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TlIK BKK: OMAHA, FRIDAY. OCTOl'.KK 16. 10H.
Nebraska
Nebraska
Present Battle Line from the North Sea to the Alps
SOME COUNTIES 0YERPA1D, Dawson and Phelps
Get Platte Bridges
Btate Auditor Discovers Small
Amounts Due on Insanity Fees.
LEGISLATURE TO REFUND CASH
Xtmie F.xixrta Knew tn Lincoln After
Valuation Pro He of Snath Omaha
Stock Yard oil HowJI
( Complaint.
I.KXINOTON. Neb.. Oct 15-Krerlal.)
The temporary rantralnlim order filed
stainst the counties of Dawson and
Phelpe and the oontrartors to restrain
them from building the two state aid
cement bridges across the riatts river
aouth of Lexington and Overton wag
dissolved by Judge Orlmea today.
(Im a Staff Corespondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. l (Sneclai.)-ln look
ing over the claim against counties due
the state on the old insane accounts State
Auditor Howard discovered several coun
ties that have paid have overpaid the !
amounts due, and he will ask the legis
lature to pass a bill which will allow these
countled to. be paid back the amount
rhlch they have overpaid. These coun
ties are as follow, with the amount which
tlio auditor will ask the legislature to re
turn. The total amounts to tlR.50:
Jtdatis .34 Perkins I .33
Antelope .& Flatte R.M
Brown 1.3 Red Willow... 1 .42
Cherry S3. OS Saline 33. "0
. neyenne vi.( newira
Custer 11. Sheridan St.M
T'ixon 10.U Sherman 5.13;
Jiundy U.67 Sioux 1 9
I-'rankim 47 Thayer SbM
Frontier 42 Valley r.S
Tnmaa W Washington... 3X4'
Opener 1.83 teuel 72
3rant 30 Fanner 46
Jvrney gO.FT Morrill 11
kr Paha ... 4.M Thurston 8. fin
Knox S.M Rock 04
Ianraster 2.f2 Royd 1.6S
frterr!ck tm.V Kimball 2.07
Finish) Tarda Inquiry.
Rate Expert IT. O. Powell and his assist
ants have finished the Investigation of
the South Omaha stock yards and re
turned to Lincoln yesterday. The hear
ing In the matter, made on complaint of
tfcV B. Howell, will bo had next Tuesday.
New Omaha Firm.
The Frank Underwood Carburetor com
pany of Omaha Is a new corporation fil
ing with the secretary of slate today,
ffho capital Is given as tln.ono, and the In
corporators are George L. Campen, Frank
0. Underwood and William J. Dobbs.
Kind Case 'of Donrine.
State Veterinarian Klgin and Dr. Mur
ock of South Omaha, government spe
cialist on diseases of stock, have gone
tr Wecta; in Thomas county, to Investi
gate a case or two of dourlne in stock
amjn-rea oy ur. uay, special veterinarian
W.rUinjr under direction of the State Live
ptoik Sanitary board. Dr. Day was in
that vicinity last week and discovered
(rymptoms of the disease and reported
the same to the state veterinarian.
Redaction at Shops.
FAlRBUUr. Neb., Oct. 15 (Special.)
A reduction has been made in the work
ing hours of the Rock Island locomotive
Bliops and car yards at this point. The
tnen go to work at 7 a. m. and cease
rork at 4 p. m., making an eight-hour
schedule. It is expected that a reduction
in employes will te made in the sear
Suture. ,
Bee Want Ada Are the Best Business
5ooiter.
Small Da ma a; e hy Ptrei
OENBVA, Neb.. Oct. 1!. (Special.)
Pour or five hundred dollars' damage was
(Cone by a midnight blaze In a show, win
dow at the-' Vawter- Racket stora...... The
Vawtef took and '. grocery atock of A.
tutler,& Co. wag daisagej by Water a"nd
niolte., '.' i
Quickest, Surest Cough
Remedy is Home'
Made
Easily Prepared la a Few Mla
ntea. Cheap bnt Uaeooalea
MRS. CLEAVER OF NELIGH
HEADS DEGREE OF HONOR
FREMONT, Neb.. Oct. 15. (Special Tel
egram.) The grand lodge of the Degree
of Honor closed Its state session late this
evening by installing the following list
of officer:
Grand chief of honor. Mrs. Mayme Hed
rlck Cleaver, Nellgh; grand lady of honor.
Mrs. Magnolia luke, North PlaMe: grand
chief of ceremonies. Mrs. Christine Ya
ger. Hastirgs- grantf usher, Mrs. Anna
Orossman. Moldrrge; grand recorder, Miss
Rose ItctTi'-k, Uncoln: grand treasurer.
Mrs. Kate Pchmidt. Omaha: Inside watch,
Mrs. Mir Walker, McCook; outside watch,
Mrs. F.lla Williams, Sidney; grand medi
cal examiner, Dr. Adda Wiley Ralston,
Omaha; inemnrra of finance committee,
Mrs. AdVlla Harding of Hebron for full
term and Lena Herre of Fremont to fill
vacancy.
. Lincoln was selected as the meeting
placo of the next session. The attendance
of visitors and delegate numbered over
600. Sessions were held at the Larson
theater and Masonic hall was used for
the exemplification of the work which
was put on Tuesday evening by a team
from Fremont lodge No. SJ.
Mrs. Munson of Kansas briefly ad
dressed the women at their session this
morning on woman's suffrage.
E. F. LEARY IS WEDDED TO
MISS PEN NELL AT M'COOK
M'COOK. Nob., Oct lk (Special Tele
gram.) Kdward Francis Leary of Omaha
and Miss Iah Isabel Pennell of this city
were married in St. Patrick's Catholic
church this morning, Rev. A. II. Kunx. O.
M. I., pastor, and FHther Barry, his as
sistant, performing the solemn nuptial
mass, with a brillian gathering of Mc
Cokk people as a congregation. Dr. Lewis
Bushman, Harold Thompson, Frank Mc
Cafferty and Alfred Crelgh, all of Omaha,
wer ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Leary of Omaha
were best man and matron of honor.
A reception followed at the home cf the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pen
nell, at which a largo number of McCook
and out-of-city people were present. The
wedding party departed tonight for their
homo in Omaha, where at the residence
of the bride and groom another reception
will be .given before the departure for the
cast on their wedding trip.
Fatrbnry News Notes.
FAIRBURT. Neb Oct U. (Bpenial.)
U. L. Rice has returned from a month's
sojourn in Los Angeles, Cal., and resumed
his work as operator in the telegraphic
department at Fatrbury.
Alfred A Straube ia confined to his
homo with serious illness.
Charles H. Lair is hauling the Denver
Express runs between Falrbury and
Phllllpsburg, Kan.,' after being off duty
six months on account of the death of his
wife. ' '
A delegation of Jefferson county repub
lican candidates fs touring the county
this week and sneaking at the small
towns. The party comprises oounty and
legislative candidates.
Rome Tiennle are ennatsntlv annnvsil
from one year's end to the other with a
ficrsistent nronchial couch, which ia whol-
remedy that (rets right at the cause and
Brvtl 1 make you wonder what became of it.
tiet 2Vfc ounces 1'inex (60 cents worth)
from any druggist, pour into a pint bottle
nd All the bottle with plain granulated
cugar syrup. Start taking it at once.
Gradually but surely you will notice tbo
phlegm thin out and then disappear al
together, thus ending a cough that you
never thought would end. It also loosens
the dry, hoarse or tight cough and heals
the inflammation in a painful cough with
remarkable rapidity. Ordinary coughs
ffe conquered by it in 24 hour's or less.
.Nothing better for bronchitis, winter
cougha and bronchial asthma.
'Hris I'inex and rugar ryrun mixture
makes a full pint enough to last a
isnuiy a long urao at, a cost, oi oniv 04
cents. Keeps perfectly and tastes pleas
ant. .Easily prepared, full directions
Jrith Pipex
Pinex is a special and liipMv concen
trated compound of genuine Norwav pine
extract, rich in guuiacol, and is famous
the world over for its ease, certainty and
promptness in overcoming bad coughs,
clv'Pt and throat colds.
(iet the genuine. Ask Your druggist
for "2V ounces rinex," and do not accept
anything else. A truaruntce of absolute
. a;titfHi'tion. or money promptly refunded,
toes with this preparation. The I'inex
Co.. Ft. Wavni'. Ind.
Jefferson Stock Show.
FAIRBURV. Neb., Oct. 15.-(Special.)
The annual Jefferson County Stock show
Is In session at the base ball park and
farmers not only from this county, but
adjoining counties as well, have exhibits
of live stock here. The rainy weather
has hampered the show, but the last of
the week promises to bring good crowds.
Prizes to the amount of $S00 will be given
for the best exhibits of live stock. The
judging will be done in the base ball park.
It is planned to have a parade of the live
stock Saturday,' which will bo headed by
all the district school children in the
county. The show will oocupy four days.
Successor to Gen.
Carranza Has Not
Yet Been Named
WASHINGTON, Oct 15.-Adjoumment
of the Mexican convention at Agas Cal-
enlea last night, without acting on the
proposed resignation ef General Carransa
as first chief, pending the arrival of ad
ditional delegates representing Zapata,
was announced today in offiolal dis
patches to, the State department from
Consular Agents Carolhers and Kanova.
October 0 'was tentatively a4rreed upon
as the date for reconvening the conven
tion. AC.UA8 CALIENTE8. Mexico, Oct. 16.
ITnofflclal reports of the results of the
peace conference hero yesterday say that
a successor to General Carransa for the
presidency of Mexico is to be named
soon. These reports, which are brief, do
not explain when General Carranza is to
resign, or how, but Indicate that the con
ference finished its work successfully last
, night.
Portuguese Troops
on Way to Africa
NKW YORK. Oct. IS. Two expedition
ary fnrves of Portuguese troops, for one
of whlrh English transports woi-e used,
milcd from Lisbon on September 10 to
reinforce garrisons in 1'ortiigiiene pises-i-lon
in Africa whlrh adjoin th"s of J
flermans. This was made knonn today'
!'' C Range) d" Sampalo, Portuguese j
consul g"nera: at New York, and Is the
first news to reach ihls country oi any
actual nillltaiy preparation hy Portugal
for the eentuallty of that country's par
ticipation In the war.
London Puts on Lid
at Ten O'clock P. M.
t. i.'1 ' ', O. t ',6.-(4:0 p. m.V-The
iosliK hour for lentauisnls, dubs and
saloons, which h,ul lcen flxd at the
ea'ly i m i-c nf tl.e r ;t 11 o'clock at
in. ht, Kill lv piii.ie li o'clock beginning
Mnndnv pert. .l Woolwich and Green
wich 111 rim 'na hour will le 7 O'clock,
mnl the suvssistli.n has been made that
snloon.; open :il 11 o'clock In the morning
Inftrail of fit . or B o'rlotk as at present.
The curtailment of the night hours ap
parently Is iii: ' t.-i the desire of the
authorities tn keep drinking at a minimum.
WAIT'S BALLOT IS CORRECT
Secretary Has Complied with Law
in Alloting Position to. Parties.
LINCOLN PAPER SPREADS RTJMOR
Takes "ample Ballot Yrtnte4 by
Private Concern Without Au
thority as . Baals for
Scare Head Story.
(From a Staff Correspondent!.
' LINCOLNr Oct. li. (Special.) It Is
said that trouble or sudden fright will
turn one's hair gray tn a short time but
It remained for a newspaper article to
make Secretary of State Walt red
headed this morning when he read in
a morning Lincoln paper that republi
cans at state headquarters were "indig
nant" and that "Indignation prevailed
over the form of ballot aa prepared by
Secretary of fltate Walt"
On investigation of the matter and
upon consultation with Mr. Wait it was
disclosed that the ballot prepared by
the secretary of state conforms to the
requirements of the law and that the
democrats had first place, the progres
sives second and the republicans third,
based on the vote of the last state elec
tion, and the people's Independent the
last plaoa.
, Mr. Wait has made a thorough Inquiry
and has discovered that soma private
concern which had no authority to do so
has printed a number of sample ballots
placing the people's Independent party
second in the circle designation for
straight party voting. Someone at
republican headquarters got bold of one
of these ballots and fired the Informa
tion out for publication that the secre
tary of state was preparing a ballot de
signed to give the democrats and people'!
Independent candidates the best chance.
Naturally Mr. Wait . Is considerably
agitated over the matter and deaires to
ba plaeed in the proper light before the
people of the state.
Documents Indicate Intention
of Belgium to Join England
ROME, Oct. 14.-Vla Paris, Oct. 16.)
Alleged documents of the Belgian general
staff Inscribed "English intervention in
Belgium," which are said to have been
found by German military authorities In
Brussels, are cr using comment in Ger
man newspapers, some of which were re
ceived here today.
The Kreua Zeltung says the documents
show that long ago It was decided In
oaea of war Belgium would side with
Franc and England. The Deutche Zeltung-
deolarea It hopes now that the neu
tral states will oeose to speak about "the
brutal violation cf poor, Innocent little
Belgium."
"The document show," says the Vos
slache Zeltung, "the duplicity of England
and Its Indifference at planning a viola
tion of Holland. They also ehow the
wisdom of Paron Grelndl, (the Belgian
minister to Berlin), who had the right
opinion about trusting English protec
tion. His prediction was realised. Bel
glum bleeds from a thousand wounds re
ceived in behalf of British Interests snd
(he Indignation of the English statesmen
over the sanctity of a treaty Is mere
hypocrisy."
AUSTRIAN DREADNOUGHT
BURNED UP AT TRIESTE
. LONDON, Oct 15. Fire in the govern
ment arsenal at Trieste, the principal
seaport ft Austria-Hungary on the Adria
tic sea, has virtually destroyed an Aus
trian dreadnaught under construction
there, according to a Central News dis
patch from Rome.
Effort Being Made
to Keep T.E.Brady's
Name Off the Ticket
Arguments and, citation have been pre
sented tq District Judge Willis O. Pears
in the stilt of Arthur Mullen against
Election Commissioner Harley G. More
head for an Injunction against placing
the narna of T. EL Brady on the official
feottod baQnt aa a candidal a for the
office of county ,1udge. Brady's name
was written In on firty-four ballots at
the primary, and the election commis
sioner prepared to place his name on
the ballot against the present Incumbent
Brj'ca Crawford, who was required by
law to file a petition for his candidacy,
signed by 3,000 voters. As a citlien Mul
len protest against the commissioner's
rulintt and now seeks to enjoin him from
allowing Brndy to be considered a candi
date, as the latter filed no petition and
was not considered a candidate at the
primary. Judge Sears will announce his
decision next Monday morning.
yield er,l)d, ,merT,nhlgh vbm m mhstt
Fruit Laxative for Sick Child
Give "California Syrup of Figs'
Cleanses tender little stomach,
liver, bowels without
injury.
. Every mother realises that this Is the
children's Ideal laxative and physio, be
cause they lova Its pleasant taste and it
never fails to effect a thorough "Inside
cleansing" without griping.
When your child la cross, Irritable, fev
erish, or breath is bad, stomach aour,
look at the tongue, mother! If coated,
give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup
of Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, sour bile and undi
gested food passes out of tile bowels and
you have a , well, playful child again.
When Ita little system Is full of cold,
throat sore, has stomach ache, diarrhoea.
Indigestion, colio remember a good liver
and bowel cleaning should always be the
first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy : they know a tea
spoonful today saves a sick child tomor
row. Directions for babies, children of
all ages and grown-ups are plainly on
each bottle.
Ask your druggist for a M ceat bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs." , Beware
of counterfeits sold here. Get the genu
ine, made by "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other fig syrup with
contempt Advertisement
NEXT MONDAY
OCTOBER 19
BEGINS THAT
BIG SALE OF
Blankets and
Comforters
at en.
ABOUT
ON THE
DOLLAR
Another BIG SALE Next Monday
2 CARLOADS of
LINOLEUM
AND FLOOR OILCLOTH
AT 1 REGULAR
ABOUT 2 PRICE
BRANDEIS STORES
Watch Sunday's Papers
King George Takes
Family from London
LONDON, Oct Ia.-VlrtuaUy aU tha
members of the British royal family de
parted from London today for Sandrlg
ham for a stay, the duration of which is
not announced. Queen Mother Alexandra
and Princess Victoria left the capital
during the forenoon on a special train
followed by another special bearing King
George and Quten Mary and Princess
Mary and Princes Albert aud John.
.GREAT BRITAIN TELLS CHINA
THAT JAPANESE DID RIGHT
PEKING.- Oct 15.-Reply1ng to , the
Chinese protest concerning the occupa
tion by the Japanese of the railroad In
Shan. Tung province, which has been
made use of in connection with the cam
paign against Klao-Chow, Great Britain
has declared that it ia unable to Inter
fere with Its ally. Japan had no altern
ative, tha British answer says, owing
to the fact that this railroad Is German
owned and that the Germans were using
it for military purposes.
For the Weak and Nerrssa
Tired out. weak, nervous mm and
women need Fleet rtc Bitters. Helps the
ntrven and tones vp the btcin. aX: ac1
tL All drusilati. AUvrtlieuient
Good Life Insurance
Is a Mighty Fine Thine; to Start at Once
It is a mot convenient ami Rafe investment aud an excel
lent way to save money in addition to giving complete protec
tion. Take out a policy at once. .And bo sure to get the one
which offers you the most for your money. ' Below nro given
three instances showing exactly what has actually been pnid
to holders of policies in this splendid "Western company :
WHAT THEY PAID WHAT THEY RECEIVED
Ellen A. Dunn, Hanover, Kas. f , . . ,
20 years' total premiums ' J fml
paid, $650.00 $081.81 CASH j ins" for 20 yearB
Frederick C. Harrington, Delta, Colo. f , , a-,
20 years ' total premiums J ?nd f.J
paid, $1,740.00 $2,403.1,4 CASH ms- for 20 7"
IVanklin E. Kulp, Wymore, Neb. f . .
.20 years' total premiums J and atoo $J,0)0
paid, $2,703.00 $3,712,74 CASH U1S' r 20 yfcars
Write at ONCE for information to
j. OLD LINE BANKERS LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Assets $7,800,000.00
Agents Wanted.
Lincoln, Neb.
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Have You Ever Seen the Making
of Willow Furniture?
W bur) an export hern
for g short time from tha
Willow craft bliops of
Cambridge. Mas;. Ho 1
making Rockers. Chalra,
Seltpea, ore... from Franr.h
Wlllcnrw-Prtmch WTIlowa .
art uwd becur ther are
lonnher and more pliable
than willow from unv
other country. AnS to e ,
these pleee.s of furniture
grow under hi eft hands
Is an extremely Interesl
lnn experience. "On th
sixth floor.'
H p e r I a 1 p4eea
made to jour
order.
Chairs and Rocker $5.75,
$9.50, $10.50, $11.50 Up
Our Educational Exposition
and Gift Carnival
During the remaining weeks of October we have
planned a series of extremely interesting exhibits
'illustrating in various ways the process of produc
ton of many different articles imjxrted in the fur
nishing of the nvnlern home.
To make this period of aldrl interest to I lie people of
v Omaha and thin 'vicinity we have Inaugurated a Jlft
Carnival, and will trlve away on) hundred and forty
present, aome of them Valued am hitch as $nO.OO.
Kntl detail of thl lUtt Carnival will reach every
home In Omuha, Mouth Omaha nd Council Bluff.
You are cordially invited to roam through this store.
Even cur work rooms on the sixth floor are open to
public inspection. Do not feel that we expect, you
to buy.
Remember the Sale on Saturday, the 17th, of Floor
Coverings used for the Den for the Coronation Ball.
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South 16th Street
COAL
DON'T wait until ero weather before buying your coal. Fill your
blnii now when our stock! are complete with new coal and our
price reasonable.
Our coal department la located In our big Kconomy Basement
and all orders receive prompt and careful attention.
IKHCJIiAH 187 COAL DEIT.
EXCELLO LUMP
VERY deidrable for furnaces, baa anthracite flame and anthracite
heat; no smoke; bolda fire like anthracite; (jQ ff
per ton ipOsUU
PENNSYLVANIA COKE
For furnaces, a condensed coal at, GJQ f)t
per ton ipOsawiJ
SUNBEAM LUMP
Our all around high grade soft coal, egg or lump, at. d tZf
per ton '. 40 OU
LINCOLN LUMP A good Illinois coal, per ton ,.6.00
LINCOLN NUT A good Illinois coal, per ton fl-rW)
PITTSnUROH NUT A very hot cooking coal, per ton -3.0
MAIU) LUMP Our economy offering at, ton 91.75
Burgess-Mash Gompany.
"KVKRYBODYll tor"
A Sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats j
At Prices that Will Astound Everyone j
We've bought the entire surplus stock of one of the best
known makers of high-grade clothing at price reductions
that are almoHt unbelievable. Look for a tremendous sale
NEXT SATURDAY
You'll be offered Men's and Young Men's All Wool Suits
and Overcoats at prices no low that )Xu'll buy a Mult
and an Overcoat for tbo usual price of the suit alone.
BRANDEIS STORES
WATCH THE PAPERS LOOK IN OUR WINDOWS
I
I
I
2 Small Offices
Facing the beautiful court
$10.00 and $1200
Large floor space for the money; lights free
THE BEE BUILDING
"The baiding that is always new.'

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