The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 26, 1916 · Page 5
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 5

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Thursday, October 26, 1916
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THURSDAY, OCTOB V EB 26, 1916. fiE LINCOLN DAILY STAR, mem made In the elicular le-Uc-r sent out from democratic hendquarters-t Is not t r u ^ Let him answer before the people or f'tand oonvictccl bv liU silence The ciscular containing Sutton s iec- i ord is proving the most effective piece of I uunpiugn literature of tin.v thing so far i U'-ed In connection w i t h the btate caiu- [ p.ilgn About 70,000 copies oi it hav e I aheady been sent out. and requests, a t e , I coming- in e\eri day for more The Mate, I committee had Bordered another batch pi khted. Attack On Legislative Record of Judge A. L. Sutton In Good Faith. Langhorst Says People of State Have a Right to Know How Candidate Voted. Printed circulars showing the record of A L, Button's votes In the legislature during the tiio sessions when he served as a house member, have been distributed generally throughout Nebraska by the democratic state committee The committee has had this matter sent out because it believes the \oters of Nebraska ire entitled to know the truth about the public acts o£ a man who claims to be Sevoted to moral reform and Is pleading- for votes on that Issue. While Tudgre Sutton remains silent and Dff^rs neither a denial nor an explanation 3t the facts disclosed bv his record some 3f his campaign managers are throwing; aut the intimation that the circular came from some anonjmous source and was lot sponsored by any particular author- tr In order to remove any doubt upon .his point. Chairman Langhorst of the lemocratic state committee makes the olloTMng statement "This circular was printed for the de- nocratic state committee bj its order ana Jirectlon and was sent out from Uie lernorratlc state headquarters in Lincoln There Is no mystery whatever In regard o -t and the committee stands behind It. Well Within Record. , "Every fact in the circular was taken roin legislate e reco ^' m «he printed louse journal. The Miowme might have 3een made e\en stronger but the com- nittee took -pains to keep everv state- nent -well within the limits of the actual acts as disclosed by the record ·Instead of trying to make a mvstery Hit of this, when there is none, it would e much more to the point If Judge Suton or somebodv for him would answer he charges regarding his \otes in the oei«lature HP certainh under-rates the ntelhgence of the -voters If he thinks hat such a recoid as he has made can e Ignored . "I challenge Judge Sutton or anyone peaking for him, to show that anv statp- YOUR 25 CENT BOTTLE STOPS DANDRUFF Svery Bit of Dandruff Disappears and Halt* Stops Coming Out. Fry This! 1 Your Hair Appears Glossy, Abundant, Wavy and Beautiful. Thin brittle, colorless and scraggy air is mute e-Udence of a neglected ^alp, of dandruff--that awful scurf There is nothing so destructive to the an as dandruff. It robs the hair of s lustie, its strength and its very fe eventually producing a fevensh- ess and itching of the scalp, which no1 lemedied causes the hair roots to irmk loosen and die--then the hair ills out fast A little Danderihe to- ig-ht--now -- anv time -- will surely IIP your hair. Get a 25-cent bottlp of Knowlton's anderme from any drug store or toi- t countci, and after the first appli- ition jour hair will talce on that life. istre and luxuriance which is so beau- ful. It will become wavy and fluffy id have the appearance of abund- ice, an incomparable gloss and soft- ess but -what will please you most ill be after just a few weeks' use, hen you will actually see a lot of fine, jvvnv hah--new hair--growing- all ·er the scalp Dandenna is to the hair what fresh lowers of ram and sunshine are to »getation It goes right to the roots ivigorates and strengthens them. Its Oiilaratmg and life-producing proper- es CJUSP the hair to grow long-, strong id beautiful --Advertisement. CARLOADS Cabbag-e (car just in) Ib. per 100 Ibs .......... $3.00* Onions, per Ib ,3'/ie; per 100 Ibs. $3.05; per peck ......... 45c Potatoes, while they last-- per bushel ..... $1.70 and $1.80 per peck ............ 44c and 46e Economy Flour, per 48-lb. sack ...... · ........ *·· - ,$2.20 per 24-Ib sack ............ $1.11 Present prices good only -while present supply lasts. The market' is going up t every day on nlmost all lines. Get your winter's supply now at The Basket Stores Nebraska Tourists On Special Train Arrive Today Via 'Burlington Road. The Cornhuskers came home today from their successful invasion of the Pacific northwest, \\here they trounced the Oreg-on Angles 17 to 7 in last Saturday's gridiron conflict on Multnomah field. The Nebraska special pulled into the Burling-ton. station at 1 p. m. and the Huskers. the cadet band boys and thie other tourists were greeted bv a thousand or more students who save the Nebraska yell and cheered for the team Forming in procession, the band paraded to Thirteenth and O streets and rendeeed a brief concert while H A. Lindsay, the movie picture expert who made the full trip with th« Corn- huskers, took his last views of the Junket. The Cornhuskcr pUjers must buckle into stiff practice right off the reel by wa of preparing for Saturday's engagement with the Meinodists from Nebraska Weslejan and the combat witn the Ames Aggies the following -week when the Missouri valley title will hinge on tho result During- their tour, the Cornhuskers and their train covered upwards of 4 500 miles Departing from Lincoln a week ago Tue§- da night the special traveled to Portland -via the Union Pacific the Oregon Short Line and the Oregon Railwav Navigation road Ed B Slosson general agent of the Union Pacific m IJnjoln. was m cnarge of the train between Lincoln and Portland V E Jones, traveling passenger agent for the Great Northern, took charge on the return trip, which included a daj's ride to Seaside 01 er the North Bank rail-was and the subsequent journev to Lincoln b way of Seattle, Spokane Glacier National park Great Falls and Billings on the Great Northern and Burlington railroads, Tne personnel of the Nebraska partv was as follows- Personnel of the Party E J. Stewart, coach, R B Rutherford, assistant coach, Guv E Reed, manager, Jack Best, trainer, Dr Clapp, facultj Dr Oliver Everett, pnysicJan, Mrs Oliver Everett chaperon .,,,.. The team--H Corey captain, Ted Riddell R B Rhodes Lum Doyle. Pat Norris Mike Selzer Ellsworth Moser Grove Porter C Donnegan, P W Proctor, Roy Cameron, Ben Dale, Bud Heller, Jim Maloney, Paul Dobson. Hugo Otoupalik, Ed Kositsky Loren Caley, John Cook, Sid Hoadley Harold Wilder. Jim Gardner, Ed Shaw, Sam Kellog Rooters and Boosters--O w Palm, R E Greene A L Adams, A W Farmer, J. E Shuff, W. C Wilson. A V. Hlava, C. I Anderson. \V T Irons, E E Angle, W M Bauman. H"Wilson V T Jones, E J Prusa, J A Cejnar, E W Truman, Jr H W Hicks University band--D T Lane, major R J Saunders captain and drum major, Fred Garrison "W A Schumacher, R L. Theisen H N Aldricn. Done Stevens. C L Meislnger, Leslie Ellis. D P Thomas Earl Wilson, P T Babson. Fred Creutz, Burce Neumann, Cecil Beacham Harry Huffman, Ed Youngr, A. G Matousek, D B Dow, Jack Emley M L Springer E F Moore H B Lewis. Harry Harris E E Watkins. C F Ellsbee, L W Kline. L H Redelfs P B Po'lnicky. Raymond Turnure, H G Schroeder, Edward Bush, B F Pi,man, E S Sens General staff-~"E B Slosson, general agent Union Pacific, Cy Sherman Lincoln Daily Star, R A Lindsaj, motion picture pnotographer, Peg White mastei of properties, A M Hegelund, Pullman conductor S I Park dining-car steward, George Doudle train electrician Ban on Poker Playing Wire reports from -Cy" Sherman, the sports editor of The Star kept Star readers informed as to all Important details of the trip until the final day, the lea- tures of which were an accident to Ole W Palm organizer of the party of business men who acompancled the Huskers on their entire trip and a discoverey Wednesda-v night that a few of the Nebraska pjlayers had violated the jntl- poker rulft raid down by Head Coacn Stewart The offenders offered apologies and gave personal pledges that the -ule laid down b the coacli would be rigidly respected during the remainder of the football season. The trip was the most pretentious -ver undertaken by a college football management The Cprnhusker party traveled every inch of the Journey on an~all-Bteel train of several coaches setting a nark which has never been previously ap- vroached In the annals of toe game of the grid Very few of the football player and band musicians ever had traveled farther west than tne boundaries of their home state The trip carried the train through one of the moat interesting regions of America from a scenic standpoint and on that account was beneficial from- an educational standpoint The presence of forty members of the cadet band aided the university management materially In advertising" the Cornnuaker school alojig everv line of road over which the Nebraska special traveled Corns Loosen, Lift Right Off Nothing But "GETS-IT" Will Do This to Corns and Calluses. If jou've ever had corns vou've lots of things to get rid of them--salves that eat your toe and leave the corn remaining cotton rings that make jour corns bulge out like pop-eyes, scissors Shave and Save Bank Certificates - With Each. Purchase of $1 for t Everready Raxors Or Blades Halls 15.7 O Street kf^ and knives that make corns bleed and sore, harnesses and bandages that fill up your shoe, press on the corn and m.iK« your foot feel like a paving block \v hat's the use' Why not do what mil- liens are doing, take 3 seconds off and apply "GETS-IT" It diies, ou put your stocking on right away, .ind wear jcui regular shoes. Your corn loosens from the toe. It liffs right off. It's painless It's the common-Benac way the simplest, easiest, most effective way In the world It's the nation.'I corn-rurt- Never falls. · GETS-IT" Is sold and recommc idert by druggists everywhoie 25" a bottle or sent on reoelpt of price by E Lawrence Co , Chicago, 111 Sold in Lincoln and recommended a« world's best com cure b Chapman Drug I »tor«, Filler's Prescription Phwrauwy, 1 * 5l v Annual Cut-Price Sale Of Women's Tailored Suits Now; in Progress l No story goes with this offering. None is needed these prosperous, stirring times, when select goods are really scarce. You know our reputation for presenting the best in "Tailor Mades" at all times. Make your plans to get here. This is a set event of our merchandising program, and occurs regardless of conditions. Every Suit in the Store Goes on Sale at a Straight Discount No if s or and's nor up to's that might confuse or | trip you. Just take your choice and. subtract a A Fourth from the original low pricing. Free Alterations thrown in for good measure. 497 SMART NEW FALL AND WINTER SUITS, comprising the newer accepted ideas just in from New York. ^ Among the Big Variety Selections You Will Find: Broadcloths Velvets Gaberdines Wool VeJours Serge Cheviots Mixtures Poplins Many Fur Trimmed in Hudson Seal, Mole, Opossum, and Martin. Other s Plain Mannish Tailored, with and without Velvet Trimming. $16.50 WOMEN'S SUITS N o w . . . $18.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now . . . $90.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $22.50 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $25.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $27.50 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $12.38 $13.50 $15.00 $16.88 $18,75 $20.63 $30.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $35.00 WOMEN'S SUITS N o w . . . $40.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $45.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now .-. . . $50.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $5500 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $22.50 $26.25 $30.00 $33.75 $37.50 $4L25 60.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $65.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $70.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $75.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $80.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now $85.00 WOMEN'S SUITS Now 345.00 .$48.25 $52.50 $56.25 $60.00 $63.25 Remember the Early Buyers Get the Choice Selections The Store Ahead Mayer Bros, Co. -ELIPHIRE, President- FREIGHT IHTBI|EFFECH Higher Tariff Goes Into Effect Wednesday On Nebraska Roads. What tvas recoj?ni7ed by most people a month ago as inevitable has now come to pass, bv thp putting Into effect of the new freight rate-? recently filed by the Nebraska rallronds, which supersede the olaes rates thnt have recently been annulled bv the interstate commerce commission The new rates became effective Wednesday They are based on a flat distance tariff being materially hlfjh- p- than the old rates for short distances and lower on some of the longer distances The protest forwarded to Washington by the Lincoln Commercial club and five' other commercial clubs of Nebraska asking- to have the new rates suspended i pending an !nvestimation was disiegard- ed Whether it will be possible to secure a revision of the rates so as to pre- ser'-e the formei relative adjustmrT* Is doubtful This definitely ends the flght over N* 1 - bnska class rates The undecided Uti- gatfon over them now in the Nebraska supreme court, becomes automatically a dead letter. Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's' Time In Many Instances Part of Detroit Booty is Found A Free Prescription You Can Have Filled and U*e at Home. PHILADELPHIA. Pa.--Do vou wenr glasses' Are you a victom of eye strain or other eye weaknesses?^. If so vou will be glad to know that according to Dr Lewis there IH real hope for ou Mnnv whose eves were falling say they have had thei* eye's restored through the principle of this wonderful fref prescription. One man sajs. after trying It "I was almost blind could not see to read nt all Now I can read everv thing without gmsscB and m j ejes do not water any more At nlarht they would pnin dreadfully, now they feel fine all the time It was like a miracle to me ' A lady who used it says The atmosphere seemed hazy with or without glasses but after ualng this prescription for fifteen dajs everything seems cle^r I can even read fine print wlthtmt glasses " It Is believed that thousands who weai glasses can now discard them In a reasonable time and multitudes more will be able to strengthen their ees so as to be spared'the tiouhle and expense of ever getting glasscB Ijj» troubles of many descriptions may he wonderfully benefited by following the slmplp rules Here In the prescription Go to nny active drug store and set i bottle of Bon-Opto tablets Drop one Bon-Opto tablet In a fourth of a glass of water and allow to dissolve With thli liquid bnth^ the eyes two to four times dallj Yon should notice your eyes clrnr tip perceptlblj right from the start and Inflammation w i l l qulcklj disappear If your eyes are bothering you even a little tike Kteps to «a\c them now before it Is too late Many hopelessly blind might have been o."."«-d If they had cared for their ejes In time Note--Another prominent Phyalcian to whom the above article was submitted said "Bop-ppto Js a very remarkable remedy Its"constituent ingredients arc well known to eminent eye specialists and w l d e l j prescribed by them The manufacturers guarantee It to s t j ^ n g t h e n eyo- sight 60 per cent In one w^ek s time in many Instances or refund the monev It can be obtained from any good druggist and Is one of the very few preparation" I ffel should be kept on hand for regular use In almost every family "--Advertisement Minnesota to Let Soldiers Vote ST LOUIS. Oct. 26 --Detectives t o d i y recovered $13000 of the J32 000 stolen from a paymaster of tho Rur- roughs AddlnK Machine company in Detroit. August 4 Thi detprtlvos rocovpred the mono by opening- the safety deposit boxes at the Mercantile Trust company The safety deposit boxes wero rented throi» davo after the robbery bv n man who Rave the name of lames I-«ne The keys to the safety dpponlt boxes were reoched todav from Dnllns. Tex whcrf Jumos W.Uton OS St Ixiuls wn« arrested last Saturday, In h1n confession, Walton said UM BMit«y WM in tb* *af« Uoposlt vault. f, f ST PAUL Minn , Oct 2G --Governor J A Burnqulnt today issued the call for a special session of the state legislature to assemble nt 11 a m . Saturday, October 28, for the purpose of considering legislation would rntlce It possible for the Minnesota national guardsmen now at the Mpxican border to vote In the general election November 7. 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For cold »orp« or chapped ha,nd«, Dr. Hob«on's Eczema Ointment off«ru prompt relief. At your drurrint, SOc 1. ON ELECTION DAY: Ever notice how few men reel down our streets that day? WHY WONT IT PROHIBIT EQUALLY WELL OTHER DAYS? 2. ON SUNDAYS: Ever notice how few men are intoxicated ? WHY WON'T IT PROHIBIT EQUALLY WELL OTHER DAYS? 3. IN PORTLAND OREGON: ^ Do you know Mayor Albee of Portland says · Arrests, January 1915, Portland "WET: 526 drunks. Arrests, January 1916, Portland DRY: 91 drunks. WHY NOT THE SAME HERE? 4. IN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA: Do you know Mayor Irving of Berkeley says: -Arrests, Berkeley WET: 641. 'Arrests, Berkeley DRY: 291. VOTE DRY PROHIBITION ^PROHIBITS 1 AMERICAN ELECTRICAL CO. ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS Elcctrtc r"ixtur«i, Motor Work, O«ntr*l Repairing. 1S31 "0" Strwt. Phont, 1-111J Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods C. A. WIRICK "Th« Travelers' Outfitter*" ion H O"

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