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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD.
fiistotlcat Society
Motto: All The News When 1 1 Is News.
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DAKOTA OITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1013.
NO. 22.
VOL. 21.
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30,000
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GEN. SICKLES FREED FROM
CLUTCHES OF THE LAW
HELD A FEW MINUTES.
BITTER QUARREL WITH SON
Received Message of Sympathy, Otter
Ing Help, From Mrs. Longstreet,
Widow of the Famous Southern
Commander of That Name.
Now York. Jan. 29. den. Daniel E.
Sickles, hero of the battle of Gettys
burg and solo surviving corps com
mander of tho Civil war, for a few
minutes hero Monday wns a prisoner
of tho state of New York on a charge
of misappropriating $23,27G of tho bat
tlefield monument fund.
Ho was given his freedom when
Sheriff Harburger, his old friend and
successor in tho omce which the lat
ter now holds, accepted a bond of
$30,000 covering the shortage, and
therewith began a campaign to raise,
by subscription, enough money to
make up tho alleged shortage. Whlla
tho arrest and bond transaction wero,
taking placa In the library of the
Sickles home In Fifth nvonuo, the
general received a telegram from
Mrs. Helen Longstreet, widow of tho
famous Confederate general, In which
she offered to take up a subscription
to make up the amount which the
general Is alleged to bo short In his
accounts.
Tho telegram was dated at Gaines
ville, Ga., as follows:
"My soul 1b sorrowed by your trou
bles. I am writing to tho attorney
general of New York that I will raise
money among the ragged and desti-
tuto vetnrans who followed General
Lee to make up the amount demand
ed If New York state will allow BUf
ilclent time. The republic whoso bat
tles you fought will not permit this
degradation. Helen D. Longstreet."
Tho sheriff, at tho head of a small
army of deputies, counsel, bond
clerks and newspaper men, found the
ninety-three-year-old general In the
library of his mansion. After a pleas
ant conversation of a few minutes
tho sheriff apologetically served tho
Btato's summons which Gejiera
Sickles tossed upon the table with
out looking at It. The general then
produced a surety company bond for
$30,000, which was readily accepted.
Later Stanton Sickles called on Ills
father to discuss tho latter'B financial
condition. Tho discussion grow so
bitter that the general finally ordered
Stanton from tho house and told him
never to cross tho threshold again.
NEW HARVESTER CO. FORMED
Incorporators Are the Men Actually
Connected With the Present Big
Reaper Concern.
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 29. Articles In
corporating th Intprnatlonal Harvest
er corporation, with an authorized cap.
ltal of $70,000,000, wero filed with the
secretary of state here Monday, the
incorporators being men actively con
nected with tho International Harvest
er company, a concern already char
tered under tho laws of Now Jersey,
with an authorized capital of $140,000,
000. In connection with the filing of tho
articles there was filed a letter from
the International Harvester company,
signed by its president, Cyrus H. Mc
Cormick, stating that tho company has
no objection to the making use o'
practically the same title by the In
ternational Harvester corporation.
In tho letter It Is also stated that
It Is tho purposo of tho International
Harvester company to file papers
changing the title of the company to
tho International Harvester company
Of New Jersey.
Tho incorporators aro Harold P. Mc
Corniick and William J. Lauderback,
Chicago; William L. Saunders, Plain
field. N. J.; John A. Chapman, Chica
go, and Clarence P. Gregory nnd Rob
ert H. Nellson, New York.
ONE KILLED IN "L" CRASH
New York Elevated Trains Take Fire
After Rear-End Collision Thir
teen Passengers Are Hurt.
New York, Jan. 27. One man was
killed nnd thirteen others were In
jured in a spectacular i ear-end col
lision between two south-bound Third
avenuo elevated trains. Hoth t,ralns
took (iro Tho panic-stricken unin
jured pafc&cngers made tholr way over
the ties to tho nearest station.
James B. Hammond Is Dead.
Jacksonville, Fin., Jan 29. James
11. Hammond, tho multl-mllllonnlro
head of the typewriter concern, died
suddenly hero Monday at tho Hotel
Alcazar, St. Augustine. Mr. Hammond
had been cruising In southern wnters
for some tlmo In his prlvato yacht and
had been In his usual health up to re
cently Tho body will be tnkon to
Now York for intormont,
New French Premier Ovsrocme.
Paris, Jnn. 27 Arlstldo Brland,
tho now French premier, was seized
with an attack of syncope In tho
chambor of deputies hero Friday.
Medical attendance was ut hand and
ho quickly recoverod
Ex-Governor Brady Elected Senator.
BolBe Idaho Jan 27 Former Gov
ernor James II Brady was elected
United States senator for tho short
term on tho Joint ballot hero on Fri
day afternoon Ho received forty
four votes.
MRS. ARMSTRONG AND HER DAUGHTERS
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This photograph of Mrs. Paul Armstrong, wlfo of tho playwright, and
her daughters was takon at her country home, "Stronghold," near Annap
olis, Md. Her suit for divorce began on Jan. 27. Mrs. Armstrong Is n
society woman of prominence in Annapolis and a member of tho Anne
Arundel Hunt olub. Sho was a pupil of Whistlor.
10 RENEW THE WAR
BALKAN ALLIES DECIDE TO END
FURTHER NEGOTIATIONS
FOR PEACE.
TERROR REIGNS IN CAPITAL
Qreat Excitement Follows Killing of
War Chief Nazlm Pasha Amid Dis
turbances at the Capital In Oppo
sition to Accepting Peace Terms.
London, Jan. 28. At a special meet
ing Sunday tho representatives of tho
Balkan states at the peace conference
decided that negotiations looking to
a settlement of the Turko-Bulgarlan
war, which havo been pursuing their
desultory way toward final disagree
ment for more than a month should
be broken off at once. This decision
means a resumption of the war.
Adding to tho general terror, a
heavy earthquako shook tho Turkish
capital.
London. Nov. 27. Tho new Turk
ish cabinet has decided to recall tho
Ottoman pcaco delegates from Lon
don, according to a dispatch from Con
stantinople. The Turkish govern
ment is said also to have requested
its ambasasdors nt Vienna and St.
Petersburg to return to tho Turkish
capital.
Enver Bey, tho most spirited leader
of tho Young Turks, waB appointed
chief of the general staff of the Turk-
j Ish army on Thursday.
Constantinople, Jan. 27. Fighting
occurred on Friday at several placos
in tho city. A dozen or mon persons
have been wounded and many arrests
have been made,
Great public excitement has fol
lowed the killing of Nazlm Pasha, tho
fornior war minister nnd commander
of the Turkish army, who was shot
during public demonstrations hprn
Thursday.
Nazlm Pnsha's death by n shot
from tho revolver of Enver Bey or
Talnat Boy is believed to have been
accidental. Tho two officors, In or
der to protect themselves from the
fire of Unzlm's aide-de-camp, who had
shot nt them from a window, drow
their revolvers nnd emptied them at
him. A bullot struck and killed Nazlm
PaBha, who was seated inside tho
room.
Italian, British and other warships
havo been ordered to Turkish waters,
I according to dispatches from Mediter
ranean ports.
Mack's Son a Manager.
Itnlelgh. N, C, Jnn 29. Earl Mnck.
son of Connlo Mack, mnnagor of tho
Philadelphia Americans, signed a con
tract Monday to lead the Halelgh team
In tho North Carolina lenguo. It will
bo his first managerial experience.
Hyde Trial On.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 29. A Jury
for third trial of Dr. B Clarko Hyde
for tho murder of Col. Thomas H
Swopo was completed and tho opening
statement mndo by Unltod States Sen
ator James A. Iteed, Monday.
New French Altitude Record. Henri Bergson Sails for America.
Paris, Jan 29 A now French nltl- Liverpool, Jan 2R- Prof Henri
tudo record for a monoplane carrying Burgson, French philosopher, who is
a passenger was made hero Monday ' o deliver Ic-turcn ot Columbia, Har
by Georges L Gagnenux, who ascend . vard and Princeton universities, sallod
od 11 880 feet, carrying Miss Daviee, j for Now York Sunday on board tho
an English aviatrlc ateamor Carmania,
SLAY U. S. SOLDIERS
CAPTAIN M'NALLY AND TEN OTH
ERS SLAIN BY IGORROTES. '
Details Regarding; Affair Are Meager
From the Fact That the Wires
Are All Down.
Manila, Jan. 28. A wirelesB re
ceived hero on Monday from Zambo
anga confirms tho report of tho slay
ing of Capt. Patrick McNally of tho
Philippine scouts, but Increases tho
number of thoBe killed with him to ten
instead of nine, as at first reported.
Fourteen scouts wero wounded by
tribesmen. Captain McNally of tho
lieutenants and soven enlisted men
wore killed.
No details of the fighting have
been received, but it Is supposed to
have been another of the attacks that
the Igorrotes have been keeping up
for tho past several weeks on tho
forces under General Pershing. Early
last week Captain Rhoa and a detach
ment of constabulary wero at
tacked hy tribesmen, while crossing
tho Abulung river. A punitive column
was sent in pursuit of this band and it
Is belloved hero that Captain McNally
may havo been with this forco when
surprised. All telegraph wires aro
down botween Manila and Jolo, and
tho only Information which has como
has boon received by wireless.
MONEY QUIZ BODY HEARS HILL
Railroad Executive Declared That the
Great Northern and Northern
Pacific Lines Compete.
Washington. Jnn. 27. James J. Hill,
who took tho stand bofore tho houso
money trust committeo Friday, opened
his testimony with a list of his dircc
torshlps In Now York nnd Chicago
banks and In tho Great Northern nnd
Burlington rnllroadB. Mr. Hill said
that tho Great Northern and tho
No-thorn Pacific railroads were com
potitors.
When tho Northern Securities com
pany was dissolved, ho said, he re
ceived 37,000 shares of Great North
ern and G2.000 shares of Northern Pa
cific Ho now has 20,000 shares ot
Great Northern nnd his son, Louis W.
Hill, hns 13,500 shares. Mr. Hill testi
fied that ho wns a director In the
First Nationnl bank of St. Paul, one of
tho largest banks In tho northwest.
He disagreed with Counsel Unter
myer's suggestion that minority stock
holders bo given representation In di
rectorates through cumulative voting.
Ho said that such a system might al
low competitors to secure a corpora
tion's secrets by obtaining a place on
its board.
Suffrage Wins In Nevada.
Iteno, Nov, Jan 27 Tho assembly
of the Novadn legislature passed the
women suffrage amendment.
Man Convicted of Murder.
Fort Smith, Ark., Jan. 28. Otis Da
vidson, brother of Lair Davidson, was
found guilty of murder In tho first do
groo Saturday for tho killing of MIsb
Ella Barham, eighteen yenra old, at
Pleasant KM go last Novomber.
TAFT DEFENDS COURSE
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PRESIDENT TALKS ON THE PANA
MA CANAL TOLLS.
Speaking at Banquet, Chief Executive
Says He Is Willing to Arbitrate
British Claims.
llaltmorc, Md.. Jan. 28. President
l'aft, speaking at the annual banquet
of the Merchants and Manufacturers'
association Saturday night, defended
tho administration's attitudo In tho
Panama canal disagreement with Eng
land, declared its position was not un
patriotic or dishonorable and said
there was no reason for anyono to op
pose the proposal for arbitration by
an Impartial tribunal.
"Whether you call It a subsidy or
not, I am In favor of making tho trans
portation rates butweeti the consts
through tho Panama canal lower,"
said the president.
"Now tho quostlon Is, can wo do
that under the international obliga
tions? 1 think wo can, and If you
read the authorities'! think you'll find
we may.
"But If we aro bound not to exempt
coastwise vessels we can agree to
submit the question to an impartial
tribunal. I'm willing to admit there
are arguments on tho othor sldo.
"We are willing, howover, to Bubmlt
our views to arbitration. Thorn 1b
nothing In the attitudo of the admin
istration, aB I havo stated It, to show
that wo havo been dishonorable.
There Is nothing to show a disposition
to ovado, and we are willing to rest
our case with a tribunal that Is im
partial." TELEGRAPHIC
NOTES
Batavia, Ohio, Jan. 28. Vernon O,
Lyttle, mall carrier on rural route
No. E, Is tho first to accept ond de
liver a live baby under the parcel
post conditions. Tho postngo was 15
cents and tho parcel was Insured for
50.
Nashville, Tcmn., Jan. 27. Prof. W.
ft. Webb of Bellbuckle, Tonn., Inde
pendent Democrat, was elected Uni
ted States senator Friday for tho
term ending March 4 next. He de
feated M. T. Brynn of NaBhvllle.
McKlnnoy, Tex, Jan. 25.- Tubllc
Schools in McKlnncyvorc clojed on,
Friday and the town was given gver
to mourning as a result of the Mis
sissippi Dry Goods Co. accidont that
resulted In the death of eight persons
and tho serious Injury of fifteen oth
ers Thursday.
Berlin, Jan. 28. Orders for a num
ber of heavy guns havo been placed
with tho Krupp works by tho Rou
manian government It was learned
today that Roumanla has iiIbo placed
orders for guns and ammunition with
a Belgian firm.
Martin, N. D., Jun. 28. Threo per
son were killed nnd two others probab
ly wero fatally injured nenr horo to
day, when tho "Spokane Flyer" of tho
Soo railroad struck a wagon at a rail
road crossing.
EX-SUGAR HEAD TO PRISON
8upreme Court Sustains Verdict of
Lower Body Against Charles R.
Helke, Convicted of Fraud.
Washington, Jan. 28. Charles It.
Hclko, former secretary of tho Amer
ican Suga.r Itoflnlng company, must
servo a sentence of eight months' im
prisonment and pity a flnn of ti,000.
Tho verdict of 'tho lower court was
sustained by tho United States Su
premo court. Ho was convicted in
Now York of having been connected
with fraudulent practices In connec
tion with tho weighing of sugar to
avoid custom duties.
Tho Immunity hnth was given a
serious setback by tho decision.
Holko claimed that becauso of testi
mony given before tho New York
grand Jury ho had Incrlmlriatod him
self and should bo Immune from fur
ther proceedings ngalnst him. This
(ilea was given but littlo considera
tion by thn h!ghst court.
PARCEL POST SAVES MONEY
More Than $500,000 Is Retained by
People During the First
Fifteen Days. '
Washington, Jan. 28 Not only has
tho parcel post saved tho people of
tho Unltod States in tho first fifteen
days of Us existence moro thnn $500,
000, according to Senator Bourno, Jr.,
author of the lnw, but it has not
proved a hardship to tho overworked
letter carriers. Senator Bourno an
nounced thnt reports from forty-flvo
leading cities of tho country, which
produco almost half of tho postal rev
enues, showed that during tho twolve
working days betweon Janunry l and
15 n total of 5,094,027 outgoing par
cols wero dispatched at a cost of
1395,280, or about 7.7 cents a pnrcol.
Bat Nelson Marries.
Chicago, Jan. 25. Oscar Battling
Matthew Nelson became tho husband
of Miss Fay King, a nowspnper car
toonisstu of Denver, Colo., Thursday.
Tho ceremony was mnrkod by" a nerr
ous breakdown of tho bride.
West Point Cadets .Will March.
Washington Jan 25 - Tho war de
partment decided Thursday to bring
tho West Point cadets heio for PreHl
lent elect Wilson's Inauguration,
whether congress appropriates for
tholr oxponsos or not.
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For n 2-oont stamp and tho nntno of this psper, wo will snml you ono
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Price :js Daily Journal-Stockman
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What is he Worth?
How can you get full markut valui out
ot your Cattle, llotts, Slioep, Grain, Hay,
etc., unleaa you Kot the ((lcln inurket
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Tim X)aIIy Drovers Journnl-Htockrnun
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newipapor for the farm horns.
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