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Nebraska HEARING MUST BE HELD fciaie Railway Ltmmiuion vrcmiies Request for Continuance Made by Intertuban Line. ORDERS MADE BY THE BOARD (From Staff Correspondent.) MNCOLiN. March IS. (Special The State Railway commission haa overruled the request for a continuance of the hear ing of the application of the Omaha A Lincoln Railway and Light company for permission to Issue $175,000 worth of stock and bonds. The application was made by the remonstrator, Benjamin 9. Baker of Omaha. The hearing was held about a month sgo. Mr. Baker was absent from the state, but was represented by his attor ney, P. B. Edgerton. He requested a continuance at that time. The commis sion has not yet ruled on the question of the Issuance of the stock. The company Is the one that has an electric line to Paptllton and Ralston from Omaha, which It proposes to ultimately extend to Lincoln. The money represented by the proposed bond Issue was spent, however, for the moat part In the lighting end of the company's business. The commission has granted the Kock Island railroad authority to put Into ef fect the new Interstate Commerce com mission rules concerning freak and lrreg-t:larly-shaped baggage. The new rules are a little more liberal as to the ship ment of odd-shaped packages. The other ros ds will probably follow suit The Monroe Telephone company haa notified the commission that It la content to let its application for Increased rates gu over until the end of the present fiscal ear, about two and one-half months off. DOCGE COUNTY REFUSES TO PAY BILL FOR MAN HUNT FREMONT, Neb., Much Is. (Special.) For the privilege of going out through the timber and getting s.hot at by a murderer at bay, Sherir Coundit, of this county, may ha-e to dig up about $75 out of hi own pocket, it was Sheriff Condit and hii party who last month cornered Juan Gonra'cs, murderer of Detective Ring of Omaha. There was a furious fight be tween n poss?, of about fourteen men from I-.erc.and a score from Scrlbner, and the murJerci The deputies will likely get mi pay. When Pherlff Crndit put In his bill to the county board here yesterday. Chairman Flanagan protested thnt the Omaha authorities should stsnd It and rot rx-Jce county. The burial expense of .'5 the Douglas county beard refused to ij,ay, because a statute , forbids taking a eon so outalde tho county In which death itrre, unless the body Is accompanied by re'rtt're, r.r friends.. The Omaha board . turned Oo-.vn. the Tilll and Podge county vll likely have to pay It, because the latv makes it plain. The sheriff has al- " lca-ly paM out over I'W from his own pocket, on account of the chase. Freeman to Sf Htwf. ' AUBURN, Neb., March (Special.) t t'e f :ty aueuS, which was in tho i.i tur'; oC admass meeting, W. P. Free- rr.an vj nominated without opposition for mayor to succeed Church Howe. Mr. F.-eemon held the office for two terms a few years ago and made aatlsfactory offlcvr. Ho retired two years ago aa i:ostninstcr A. M, Engles, the present city . . ircnijier. was rcnunwimicu, a noo . II. Ftilier or city clerk. C. H. Hacker wan nominated for city engineer. George E. C.'Jington and Pr. E. M. Tyler were ruminated aa members of the Board of Kdi ei vlon: For councilman In the First Wild. Fred O. Ilawxby was nominated us t. majority candidate and Henry Mirn&anttcrn as the minority candidate; tyeeoid ward, Charles E. Eustleo and .ithivAi:on; Third ward. B. F. Ldrance an? Cyrus Milam. The question of wet of dry will be submitted direct to the Voters. Double Slate at Seward. SMVAltP. Neb., March IS. (Special. ) The following lnte was nominated at the il'.iren's convention Tuesday night: Msjvr-w. Q Dickinson and . A. Mer riam. ity t"lerI;-C I Waseenmann and Fay Merrw-n. .'tv T;asurer H. A. Graff and Henry i t.itcer. - r i tv Krhicer -John Marl!!. t 'oi:n ilir.nii Kim Ward-M. Hulshlxer. Councilman Second Ward J. C. Mulfln Kcr and Henry Campbell. E. Morcfk-ld was elected commlttee-ir.sn-at-!arge. ond J. F. Geeren aa com mitteeman ii the First ward and Wll 1'am rohcroush In the Second ward.' Seirnrd t ouimcrel lob Report. "EWARD. Neb., March l.-(Speclal.) The business men's entertainment and !nvt stijatir.g committee of the Seward omvr cr.al il'jb collected R.r.18.1 last year fcr various entertainments and worthy! c. jects. ur tnls suv.i ji.izB was spent ror good binds, for the annial corn id,iow and r,iuch fclven to philanthropic purposes. The rime committee Is making vp another biHjget for this year. Cow Mr. Dai Is f.ot Rlt of m Baa (oaftb. 'Toine tiine sgo 1 had a very bal ci'iijh," writes Eowia T. Dav'Hs, Black-WftU-T, IX-i. "My brother, McCabe Davlj, gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's i.'uugh Remedy. After taking this I cue Jit half a dosen bottles tof It, but oi ly used one of them, as the cough le.'t ir.-; and I have nut been troubled sine." ubtalnr.ble everywhere Advertisement tontrd Kleeta Trarhers, SEWARD. Neb.. March l8.-Spec'al.)-Th fc hool board at Its .last meeting rif led the following teacher for the en suing ft-ear: J. A. Woodard, superlntend tt: M(tr- Addle Reynoldson, principal, and the Misses Judd, Bland In, Schaibl i nd Pa id Jonea . ' UNC1, E SAM TO EAT ORANGES TOMORROW Orangas will b featured tomorrow in mtrketa and stores, -on hotel, restaurant and dinln? car riKiius, at the sod foun tains and on the tablea of Amerl an homes. California's big. brilliant coated, juicy fruit will have Its Innings tomorrow, for growers, merchants, newapapera and other agencies are co-operating in a big effort to get people better acquainted with oranges to maka "Orange Day" a big success educationally, "Orange Day" is not designed to be a day of big profits in the orange business. Its purpose la to sttract interest to the aubject of oranges as a health food to reach the ears of th people with th truth about oranga Juice as a nutritious and blood-purlfytng food, as well as a delightful and refreshing one, Special low prices will be In effect at all fruit stands and store. - Nebraska Paving Campaign v I Starts in Tecurasehy TECl'MSEJt, Neb.. March t.-(Spec!al.) The regular monthly meeting of the Teeumseh Commercial club Tuesday e'ven- Ing- developed Into an enthuslHStic Kather. Ing In favor of paving th.e business streets about the court house, and per haps others. Pr. M. Stewart, chairman of the club, appointed a committee of five men. Including O. O. Mclanahan, Judge S. P. Davidson. O. A. Dunlap, O. H. Buerstetta and P. A: Brunduge, to look into the paving proposition as carried on ajt other towns In the state, to learn the probable expense and to Interview the property owners and report to the club whether or not It la possible to do this paving In Teeumseh. The club unanimously endorsed house roll No. 309. which Is a bill providing for municipal bands, supported by a direct tax, in towns ol from 1,000 to 5.CM In habitants. MEDICAL SOCIETY HOLDS ' CONVENTION IN VALENTINE" VALENTINE. Neb., March 'll Spe cial) The Northwest Nebraska Medical society met In convention hero Tuesday. The rr.ointr.g session was devoted to a surgical clinic' at the Valentine hospital which Is under the management of Dr. Lynch. At noon a luncheon was served hy the Commercial club to the doctors at the Donoher hotel. Here Mayor Tracewell In a befitting speech bestowed upon them the freedom of the rlty. The ladies of the city entertained tho doe tors' wires at luncheon and cards In the afternoon. The society s afternoon ses sion was given over to a business meet ing, papers and discussion. A cabaret dinner was served in the evening at the Auditorium by the Wom en's Impiovement club, which waa the social climax to a successful day. Pr. McDermltt of Stuart .presided as toast master. Those responding to toasta were Mayor Tracewell, who In hla third speech of the ilay spoke as official representa tive of Valentine; Pr. Lynch of this city, Dr. McTjiughlln of Sioux City, F. . f. Walcolt and C. A. Ruby and L. K. Travis of this city. The evening was rounded out by dsnclng. The next meeting of the society Is at Long Pine this summer. 1 loose Damaged by Fire. AUBURN. Neb., March 18. (Special.) The fine residence of Frank Cline. a drug gist, temporarily occupied by Clarence Bouders, waa badly damaged by fire yes terday. The, damage to the house and fur niture' will exceed $3,000. wny, those TM 1 e f Perhaps STAR'S "bigness" (not in weight al6ne but in every way) appeal . love the "bigness" of the sea. For STAR is big. Tightly compressed in its thin wrapper is three-quarters the mellowest City and more than 317 miles beyond. CMEWNG TOBACCO LEADING BRAND OF THE WORLD Nebraska ASK WHAT GUARD WILL DO War Department Requests Informa tion About Sending Hospital Corps to Camp. MUST WAIT UPON LEGISLATURE (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. March 18.5-Speclal.)-Thc War department proposes to hold a con centration enmp of all the field hospital corps of the organised militia, of the var ious states at Sparta. Wis., during July and August, next. Adjutant Oneral Hall has received a letter from the department, to this effect, Inquiring w hether the Nebraska guard can send Its hospital corps, which consists of one comiany of thirty-three men. The coneentratkn camp will afford the men the very hei-t training under regular army officers and with the best of equipment. The had of ha Nebraska Ouard. will be una'iile to Inform the department, whether the Xehraska corps can go, until he Knows whether his appropriation la to be cut In half, ns proposed by the house. The state's sham of the expense of send In the men Is almost Insignificant. Honk barter. The Cltlztna National bank of Harlan has taken out a state charter under the name of the State Bank of Orleans. The new bank Is capitalised for $.0u0 and has the foil-twins; directors: W. P. Pierce, Walker R. Pierce and Elizabeth C. Flerca. ninck. Brothers Appeal. Black brothers have appealed to the su preme court from the district court of I gan county in the matter of a tax that they paid mdcr protest In the sum of flKM. The appellants contend that the property Was assessed In Thomss county and could not have been assessed In I-o-gan county. " News tn of flM'ti. GENEVA. Neft.. March m-8peclal.) The anti-saloon and high license parties held meetings lsst night. The temperance reople endorsed a ticket recommended by a committee of business men. The other party adjourned without taking action. The prospect Is that there will be the usual contest. Bishop A. L. Williams of Omaha, held services in Trinity Episcopal church with a class' In confirmation last evening. Richard Dwyre waa seriously Injured by falling down a eellarw-ay. Hp will re cover. Fremont Milkmen Arrested. FREMONT. Neb., March 18. (Special.) Two milkmen were arrested yesterday on a charge of selling low grade product. Oeorge W. Hall was In court but a week, ago for the same offense. Tiller Hlgtoee "STAR A Good O nun, i i i i i O Men Who Chew WHO helped make v world's greatest world's biggest selling brand 4 I jolly "sea aogs wno sail tne to; compare b 1 AK with tobacco in every corner of the seven seas, ar prefer STAR. of extra long leaf so thick that it won t dry out like a thin STAR isn't a 14 or 15 ounce "pound" either. fulj chewable ounces a "ship shape" plug kept so. STAR is so popular that it never dealer's shelf: 1 Perhaps y oil can realize what a big brand STAR really is by this Last year's output of STAR plugs, placed en4 to end, would stretch from Liverpool, in England, to Kansas a Tills H i )Jy M U U U D Nebraska Is the second defendant on the rame charge. The return of Inspector Julius Graham of the pure food department within a week after rounding up the milkmen, caught some of them napping. I The probable result of the expose of tin- i dltlons surrounding several local dairies will be a milk ordinance In Fremont and regular Inspection provided,. Two Slates at l.ealnaton. ' LEXINGTON. Neb.. March lit -(Special.) The business men of the city held their caucus Tuesday evening. Mayor "Jim" Byrnes was renominated for mayor. Will Vorw alder, pomlnated for clerk: C F. Spencer; for treasurer: Pave Toting, councilman for First wsrd; P. .1. Jofrcry. councilman fof second ward; V. Naffinger, councilman for Third ward, Henry Smith, city engineer; Mm. 1. C. Spencer and Mrs. H. V, Grantham, fr members of the school board. The cit liens- caucus nominated the fol lowing: For mayor, I. J. Xislr.v; clerk. W. W. Rrown;. treasurer, John Roberts; councllmen, First ward. Pave Young; Fecond ward. H. C Winnlgcr; Third ward, Rollanil Smith: city engineer. H. C Realty; members of school Hoard. C. M. Cave and Pr. J. K. Olsson. The question of llce.use or no license will be submitted at the coming election. Notes from llcatrlcr. BEATRICE, Neb., March K-tSpecll ) At a meeting of the iitir.en' ca.jcug at Odel. Joseph Kronti, Henry Homershani and Glen Wilson were nominated as members of the village honrd. It was de cided to submit the license quertlnn to n vote of the people. J. A. Sire and O. W. Wlebel were placed In nomination as members of the village board at Pe Witt nt the citizens' caucus held at that place Wednesday. Mrs. Helen Klaason. pioneer of (Ingn county, died suddenly Wednesday night at a local hospital, need Stf yenrs. She was the widow of the late Jacob Klaasen, who passed away in Beatrice a few years ago. A. M. ftrunk, for tho last three years assistant cashier, of the First National bank of 'this city, has resigned his posi tion to become cashier of the First Na tional bank "of Humboldt, Neb. Constipation Can Be ( orfd. Start a two weeks' treatment of Pr. King's New Life Pills today. Good for stomach and liver. 3fn All drugglats. Advertisement. DEATH RECORD Joshna, 1. AY, Jones. WACO. Neb., Marrh W.-fPperliil.) Joshua L. W. Jones, a pioneer of tills village, died at the family home Sumhiy momlng. He was 74 years old. Funeial services were held yesterday and the re mains interred In the Waco cemetery. -ft "SR- Thing To Pass Ahns" Are Men Who New York one of th ports and STAR th of Chewing Tobacco wet seas round, who have an m aa Each plug is 16 made clean and '-. stays long on jhe Z Ov II I'M 1M - ioc. w"". s. - w . r." -mt i. , -aw m m FARMER KILLS MAN WHO LOYED CHILD , j Durriaro-ed Employe, Infatuated witli Girl, Slain by Father After Blobdy Struggle. HE FIRES THROUGH WINDOW MITCHF.IX, 9. TV. March 1R. Charles Strehle, a farm hand, wag shot ami klllod by J. T. Sledge last night after a depcratei struggle be tween the, two moa at the SlodRe home, four miles north of Mitchell. Sleilge and his 16-year-old daugh ter, Cliloo Sledse, are at a local hos pital suffering from bullet wounds Inflicted hy Streble. cTtreble htd been discharged .by Sledge and tt Is believed that he, was Infatuated with the daughter. Shortly after 10 o'clock In the evening Rtreble fired Into the Sledge home throuRh a window. Sledge's daughter was hit In the arm, the father was hit In the left niioulder and groin. Mrs. Sledge and daugh ter fled to the barn, and a few mln uoa later Slrehle returned, with two revolvers and attacked the father. After u hand-to-hand struggle In the kitchen, In which the walls and floor were spattered with blood and the furniture wrecked, Sledge man aged to wrest one of the revolvers from his assaflant. - An Streble jumped through a- window. Sledge fired three times, two bullets taking effect. FUGITVE PIERRE OFFICIAL ARRESTED IN ARIZONA PIERRE. H. I'., March lS.-(8peclal Telegram.) Sheriff Currlpgton of Stanley county has gone to Prescotl, Aria., after Maurice McMillan, who l.i charged, while city auditor of Fort Tlorre, with having duplicated city warrants and selling war range belonging to others, and vanishing after collecting quite a sum In this manner. GERMAN VESSEL FLIES NEUTRAL NATION'S FLAG LONDON. March IS. Advices received by the forelnn office today state that a neutral flag has been flown by a German vessel. The German steamer Annie F.llse, it Is said, recently entered a Norwegian pf rt flylnff the Norwegian flag. opportunit plug 16 oz. Plugs 8 to men who 1 of an inch of l I ll w t,- " iV7 "1 i 1 HYMENEAL llleks-nire. TAPOR. la., March l.-Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Rice was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday sfternoon nt 1 o'clock when their daughter, Miss Myrtle B. Rice, was united in marriage to Mr. RAlph R Itle.ks. Rev. K, W. tyng of Olenwood officiated In tho presence of about seventy-five neaf relatives and Intimate Mends of the bride and groom. Miss Jessie Rice, a younger sister of the bride, sang P'Hardelot's "Reeause." Mr. Rlalr Wyant of Pes Moines plsyed Men delssohn's wedding march. The bride waa daintily attired ln,embrolderd while repe over white satin and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. The color scheme of the floral decorations was green and white with ferna and amllsy, white carnations and hyacinths. Im mediately follow Ing the reremony a three course dinner was served. Tho out-of-town guests were Miss Etltth Chandler and Rlalr Wyant of Pes Moines, Mrs. It. O. Ehlers of Omaha, Mrs. Helen Morton of Phnnandoah, Mrs. N. S. Phelps andCarl Phelps of Glenwood Mrs. Herman FJilers of Omaha, Mrs. J. M. Strshan. Mrs H. H. Woodrow. Mrs. J. P. Criswell. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ring. Mr. and Mrs. George fltrohl, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Wairen and Mr. -nd Mrs. Jay Summers of Melvern. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks leUve Friday morn ing for Klamath. Ore., where Mr. Hicks has a rl'MI service appointment an teacher In the government Indian schools. Says No One Need Remain Thin Now PhyiicUn'i Advice For Tbin Unde reloped Men and Women Thousands of people suffer from exces sive thlnncs. weslt nerve and feehle stomachs wro, having tried adreitlsed llesh-makers. fooiUfads. physical culture stunts and rub-on cieams, resign tnem slve to life-long sklnnlness and think, nothing will make them fat. Yet their cose la not he.pless. A recently dlsrov- rvarnrrmiivw iorce mskes rat grow alter years of thinness, and Is also un equalled 4or repairing ihu waste ot sick nesa or faulty digestion and for strength ening the nervea. This remarkahle rils itivety la ra.led 8argol. Hlx strengih. -giving, fat-producing elements of acknowl edged merit have heen combined In thla peerless preparation, which Is endorsed hy eminent physicians and used by prom inent people everywhere. It Is absolutely harmless, Inexpensive and efficient. A month's systematic, use of Hargol annum proouce risen a.na strength by correcting faults of digestion and bv sup plying highly concentrated fats to the blood. Increased nourishment is obtained rrom the food eaten, ano the additional fata that thin people need sre provided. Sherman McConnell, Omaha, and other leading druggists supply Nargn) and say there Is a large demand for it. While thts new preparation has given splendid results as a nerve-tonic and l- toltrer, it suouia not i tiseo ny nervons peoplo unless they wish to gain at. least ten pounds of flesh. Advertisement. . For a Cold Corner on a Cold Morning! ' , . . A little Electric Radiator will ' bo . mighty welcome ' to young and old alike. For baby's bath--for father's shave it is in dispensable. . , ,r i A Luminous Electric Radiator the littJe heater which glows while warming, ' fan b moved from place to place with ea. It will epread Its cheerful giow whereever there la an electrlo light socket to attach it to. Like many other electrical conveniences it mskes your home comfortable at little cost. it Ask Your Omaha Electric Light & Power Co. Th quality printer wcgtt his customer to spend money for good engravings, because it is money uell spent. The best printer in the business cannot get re sults out of an inferior cut. We make them to suit tfie job. Many Cases of Rheumatism Now Says We Must Keep Feet Dry, Avoid Exposure and Eat Less Meat. Htay off the damn ground, avoid ex posure, keep feet tlry, eat less meat, drink lots of water, and above nil take a spoon ful of suits occasionally to keep down uric acid. Rheumatism ( rnused hy poisonous toxin, cailed uric acid, which Is generated In the bowels and absorbed Into the blood, it Is the function of the kidneys to filter this acid from the blood and cast It out In the urine. The pores of the skin are also a means of freeing the blood of this Impurity. In dump and chilly, cold wea ther tho skin pores are closed, thus forc ing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fall to eliminate this uric acid which keeps ac cumulating and elreulutlng through the . system, eventually settling In the joints and muscles, causing stiffness, soreness and pain called rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces of Jad Salts: put a tablespoonful In a glass of wster and drink before breakfast earh morning for n week. This Is said to elim inate uric acid by stimulating the kidneys lo normal action, thus ridding the blood of these Impurities. Jiul Salts is Inexpensive, harmlesa and Is made from the add of g rupee and lemon Juice, combined with llthla and Is used with excellent results by -.housands of folks who are subject to rheumatism. Here you have a pleasant, effervescent llthla -water drink which overcomes urle c.ItT and Is beneficial to your kidneys as well. Advertisement. Try This If You Have Dandruff There is one sure way that never. falls to remove dandruff completely and that Is to dissolve It. This destroys It entirely. To, do this, Just get about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon; apply It at night when retiring ;yiae enough to mois ten the scalp and Mb It, In gently with the finger tips. By morning most, If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every tingle sign and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too. that all Itching and digging of the scalp will stop Instantly and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, sliky and soft and look and feel a hundred timea better. V Tou can get liquid arvon at any drug store. uh Inexpensive, and four ounces Is all you will need. Thla slrapia remedy haa never been known to fall. Advertise ment. iVeigA6or" ewiM GROTTB TTB BB.OS. CO, ral OUtrtbatara ' I Oaaaha. fcafc. 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