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3 DIE BY AVIATION
American Army Officers Perish
in Fall o! Thirty-Five Feet.
ENGLISHMAN MEETS LIKE FATE
Aviator Formerly With Mexican Insur
gents and Well Known on Continent
Is Killed at Hempstead, IN. Y.-Me
chanic Is Badly Injured.
WaSatattOa, Sept. 30. Two mom
live were sacrifice to aviation nt
the United States army aviation field,
up,'' r here, when an aimy Stt"OplsB
suddenly Ml tblrtr-flve feet to thp
ground, Instantly killing Corporal
Frank S. Scot' and so seriously injur
lr?K Second Lieutenant Lewis C. Hot R
well thrt he d if il a few hours later.
Lieutenant Rockwell had started up
With Corporal Bcntl M n passenger tO
mak a test flicht Hi his trial for a
military aviators IICCRM, They had
been in the air about eight minutes.
A spending to a height of 5o feet
then gliding down they had got about
thirty five feet from the ground. At
this point the nviator turned the ma
chine upward again and something
w nt wrong. Instantly the aeroplane
btlcklod and tnMhed to the ground, be
ing reduced to a heap of wreckage
Englishman Meets Death.
Hempstead. N. Y., Sept. no. John T,
i.ongMaff, a former English army of
fleer, was killed while fl.ing in a Far
nam biplane with hi mechanic, Pierre
Chavellier When only seventy feel
in the air. a wire jammed and the ma
chine Instantly overturned and fell.
Longstaff was ,. might in the debris
Chavellier, alio was thrown clear ol
the wreck, 5b seriously, but not mortal
ly, injured. Tie will probably lose bis
left eye lyOTlflsta..' held a pilot's II
cense from the Royal Aero club ot
England. Me had been flying as I
scout with the insurgent army in Mi x
ico until recently,
JOB E. HEDGES
for Governorship of
New York Slate.
Lawrence Marchers Have No Per
mit and Officers Bar Rcute.
Photo hv American Press Association
MILLIONAIRE ENDS LIFE
STANDARD VIOLATES DECREE
Charges Ae Filed With Departmem
of justice by Attorney.
New York, Sept. 30. Charges th:(t
tsoth the spirit and letter of the 6e
-cree dissolving the smi-hI Oil com
panv of New Jersey are being viola' ol
were serti to the department of justice
at Washington by S. W. Fordyce. Jr.,
counsel tor be jp.ts PW e 0iU jmie.ej
"So far as we have proceeded with
our testimony," declares Mr. Fordyoe.
"wo har shown thai every subsidiary
company is absolutely dominated and
controlled nv the majority ownefi of
the stoi k of the Standard Oil com pan v
of ''W Jersey, and thai the sarnie men
who were put In these subsidiary com
primes at the time nt dissolution by
the leading men in the New Jersey
company were all re-elected , the
subsequent annual meeting bv the
proxies held by the principal fttocV
hoblers of the Standaid Oil comiiany
of New Jeraej We have else shown
tuaf there has been no real or sub-
ptantlal dilT'ionee in ine method
doing hnsiiiers of any of these com
Denies ince the dissolution.
Edward L, Dwycr Loses Fortune and
Then Commits Suicide.
Filwnrd Leonard Owyer, who rose
from b:ad t,l a street cleaning gang
in Chicago to be a multi-millionaire,
blew out bis brains la the street at
.lawsvilio, Wis. Da JSt had just g. :
SS WNne small change the last sent he
had, to a tramp.
Dwyer was a member of the Chi
cago board of trade. He amased
wealth, but lost it In an attempt to
corner wheat He retrieved bis for
tunes by development of silver mines
in Mexico and was rated a millionaire
when he went to New York and on
Wall street ftnitn became poor In
1X!C ho married the Duchess de Cas
telluein. widow of an Italian duke, who
'eft her MjnflB.QOO. His wife soon
died, leaving Vitm the remnants of her
fortune and several islands off the
roaal of Maine He sold them and lost
the proceeds speculating, being ad
a bankrupt in New York in
IX'rn. From thru Dwyer's liw-V failed
MEET TO TALK IRRIGATION
FOUR PERI H WHItE ASLEEP
Suspiring at Quincy That Victims
Qtiincr. Ill , Sejii :ju -Suspicion ex
stf thm Mr and Mrs CharlM l'l'an
sell in id t . their sillMSSt llaJ iQlll daugti
tor. BluBche, and Mis Klnma Kaem
pen, twenty one ars iold. a dtMfcir,
whose hodlOl wele iBntuti'utei). were
1 1 i 1 1 1 i The tragedy took place at.
the rfilMH bmllll'l comrtrry borne near
Ut'euntsJances indii-ase ttnu the
four vletfgai pi fishes' while Mleep
Nothing rennlfted f Ueusr bodies ex-
cttJt the Starred skeletons The bouse
wa destroed One of Utr tacts that
led .the state's attorney to ijjveHtij,ai
is vltat the only stove era the State
Ises was not in the reside ee, inn in
a small Iran,-- structure adjoining 'the
mail, dwelling The man Wild v
Miss Kaempi was a daughter ot a
Quint cotii rax tor
Delejat?s fi-om Thirteen States As
ten ble at Salt Lake.
Salt Lai . Sept. 3". Thine, n states
wet" represented by men nf natifiial
fame a speakers at the iwentielh na
tiona) Irrigation congress, which met
here today. A dozen or more Pitted
States government officials and repte
scntat; es ,.!' foreign govern merm, are
also present .
Prect liiiiii the opening of the con
gross this morning the fjneen ef irrl
of I gallon and her attendants were escort
od into the city by the governor and
nis siaff. city officials, military rgani
zations imo bonlBWHi men in the lie
of march, ending at lVie Rati l.aM
Ulhenraele. The congros-s was frrrmal
)y opened y the queen and then fol
It wed a mitsii al program with an
"Ode to frttcatlon" as he principal
feature Tttli ode was vimg "by the
famous labereacle cboil . augmentetl to
AWAIT ARRIVAL OF PARADE.
Wilsn Takes Hand in New York Figh
New Yl'k. Mejit. 3d. The name of
Justice Victor fl. Howling will e pre
oentett !-ie Demo-i at ic state tuveu
tion as a candidal for governor This
much was made known hy Senato,
0Qornuil Ol New York, after a n
ferenc e w 'nb QovemQI WikhIiow Wil
son at a ImCM, where
begin given in honor
11, cem'.s chairmen it
a banquet wa
of William F '.
the Deiiiocralie .
MINE PROMOTERS MISSING
Get 0e Niillion Dollars From flich
and :'oer at Cleveland.
While Postal Inspector Clement ot
Clevclard bWtf trtarchrng 'th
treat tar latcs and R F. MeHWholM
to serve them with warrants charging
misuse rf tb mails in promoting Oie
.on sad Id.itin mines, details of their
operMiami rn porthera Ohio irtught
to ligbt showed that rich and pooi
alike bought the $l.u()0.non in mock
the brotheri HIV said to have diHtrib
uled and on which hundreds of 1uiieis
claim to have !t heavilv
Women Cao Aid Enforcing Food tvs
Pure food v. ink ol t he future li,"H with
the women who do the buying, uss.-ii
id Or II K Hi3tard. Indiana food
commissioner, before the filteentfa in
ternational congress on hgine aiiO
denrigi aphv With ,anitarv food laws
ou 'he statut" bookfc. work of the stale
food i ommi -'iou. he said, would h
htrgclv one of educating people to de
Md sanitary food conditions and to
report tilth at I he corner groeerjr.
Mill Werkrrs Strike Riot and Lef.
Wen Lines Meet and Police Use
Clubs Freely Two Officers Get Stab
Wounda- Orly Two Arrests Madi.
LaUr 0i Mass., Si pi iO.Pollee
nnd paraders (ought with knive- and
ciubB pi lor to a donmnetNtloa by
pi inbers of the Industrial Worker 01
the World. Two oHdfM Wetf ItRbbcU,
n number of doittonstratora wen
tiubbed and a tew Induatrlal worker!
were captured after a hard fight. Ol l
two arrests wee made. One shot wa.,
BfOd from the ranks of the pHraders.
Carto Ttpsea Of Pittsburgh, an edl
tor, whn is an organizer of the Indus
trial Workers, was in custody, but
gained his freedom a minute or two
later. Persons who saw Tresca's ar
rest maid he was resetted by comrades
Tresca, with a smile, said the police
let him go. All of the police pro
fessed to be Ignorant of the occur
The clash was quite unexpected
Moti than 10(900 Operative met at tfe
railroad station to welcome 70d met.'
ben of the Industrial Workers . ho
had come from BOatOfl M participate
in a parade to the graves of Anna
ijiniyo and John Hamv. who were
ktltad during the strlk-e riots last Jan
par) . After the i.iiois had detrained
an Impromptu parage was started,
tniliing ntiallv into Batl street, the
ream business thoroughfare of th
The parade wa- Informal and no ai
plication had h en made for a parade
permit. The tmlice. notified that the
oporaHves wore marching, attempted
to end the demonstration. A squad
twer.ty-tive officers wns sent to B I I
nnd La eBVe streets, where they
threw a line across Bssex street and
awaited the artival of the plOULiiUn.
Parade Meet Officer.
When the head of the pnradc
reached tile line of officers It ha'tid.
nnd an' argument began. The police
notified the marchers that they must
disperse bt cause they had no periuM.
ThOW in the front rank wore endeav
oring to fall hech, when snddenl.v the
marchers In the rear pressed foiwatd
r.id the mill woJkcrs trieil to paMthe
TfeVy Struck right and left at (he
officers, who rev ponded by wrtaj
their I'lnbs. Many paraders awrc
knocked bleedtng to tlie gixjunfl ii
son c hntasfe the marrhen Tbtoood
he officers r'-f their rinlis and IWTfnn
o beat the T'0,if',' The tatrei wen
foiced to ritual into l.awrenc, Mreet,
it was here that T react was adhmfl by
officers, who itarted low loo era tap
police station nearby.
Anger'-d h th' arrest of Vberr le:.ti
ers. the crowd made h rush fin the ffl
fleers. Tb poltea eppeaitd to be
figbttnc; to itold the prisoners. Inlt tv
moment or two later Tr sea WM nt
Crowd Is Dispersed.
later th erowd was driven throuti
'T.iiwience street and v,ti in ilie (on.
j inon, whore I be paradei-s dinrsed
The wieely heraMrd paratle 'ts,
honor of Anna IjdgjtgaO mid rfdh
Ramy brOWgfal out about f.Omi msNI
'ts. Th's parade was atdeit) fbnMtxh
MOdt. A dtizzling rali drenched fk
paradets, did not dtimpoo (he:ur
New YorU women were among (the
jmarcho'-s Some led rhfldren by ifiw
i hiind and Other earned infants h
their arms. Many nationalhies were
Tepreserted. Music trw fuBMWhetl 'w
AMENDMENT NO. ONI.
The following (icposrd amendment ta
the roust, li. lion ot the 8tate of Nebrnska,
as hetnaiti.r Kit forth In full, is sub
mitted to the tin tors of the State of Ne
tTHakii, to i i otrd upon at the general
election lo be tield Tuesday, November
6th. A. D. 1912.
"AN ACT for a Joint resolution PfOpsO
Ins amendment to Sect. on 1 and Sec
tion 10 Article 3 of the Constitution of
the State of NebraskH. and supplement
ing Article entitled 'Amendments.'
Be It Resolved and Knacted by the. Legis
lature of the State of Nebraska:
Section f. That at the general election
for atate and legislative officers to bs
held on the Tuesday succeeding the first
Monday In November, 1812, tha following
provisions be proposed and submitted as
amendment to Section 1 and Section 10
of Article 1 of tha Constitution of the
Stat of Nebraska:
Section 2. That Section 1 Of Article I
of tha Constitution of the State of Na
ljacKa Is hereby amended to read aa fol-
Section 1. Tha legislative authority of
the state shall be vested In a legislature
consisting of a senate and house of repre
sentatives, but the people reserve to
themselres power to propose lawa, and
amendment to the constitution, and to
enact or reject the same at tha polls la
dependent of the legislature, and also re
serve power at their own option to ap
prove or reject at the polla any act, Item,
section, or part of any act passed by the
Section 1A. Tha first power reserved
by the people Is the Initiative. Ten per
cent of the legal votera of the atate, so
distributed as to Include five per cent of
tha legal votera In each of two -fifths of
tha counties of the state, may propose
any measure by petition, which shall
contain the full teal of tha measure ao
proposed. Provided, that proposed Con
stitutional Amendments shall require a
petition of fifteen per cent of the legal
votera of the State distributed aa above
provided. Initiative petitions (except for
municipal and wholly local legislation)
shall be filed with the Secretary of State
and be by him submitted to the votera at
the first regular state election held not
leas than four months after auch filing.
The aaine measure, either In form or In
eaaentlal aubstanre, ahall not b sub
mitted to the people by Initiative petition
(either affirmatively or negatively)
oftaner than once In three years. If con
flicting measures submitted to the people
at the same election shall be approved.
me one receiving tne nigneai numoer ai i
AMENDMENT NO. TWO.
The following proposed amendment to
the constitution of the State of Nebraska,
aa hereinafter set forth In full, is sub
mitted to the electors of the State of Ne
braska, to be voted upon at the general
election to be held Tuesday. November
1th, A. D. lsi:.
"A JOINT HtCSOM'TION on proposing
an amendment to Section 4 of Article
S of the Constitution of the State of
Be It Resolved and Knurled by the I.eglS- 1
lature of the State of Nebraska:
Section I. That at the general election
for state and legislative officers to be held
on the Tuesday following the first Mon
day In November, 1012, the following be
submitted as an amendment to Section 4
of Article 3 of the Constitution of the
fltnfe of Nebraska:
Sec. 4. At the first election of mem- I
bers of the legislature held after tha '
adoption of this amendment members of ,
the Senate nnd House of Repreieni.illves,
shall be elei ii-d for the term of two years
Roth senate: and representatives shall:
each receixe pay at the rate of six hun
dred dollars for each regular session of ,
the Legislature, during their term, and
ten cents for every mil they shall travel
In going to and returning from the place
f meeting of the legislature, on the most
usual route. That neither members of
tne legislature nor employes shall re
e.eire any pay or perquisites other than ,
their salarv and mileage. Each session,
except special session, shall not be leas
than sixty day. After the expiration of
twem v davs of the seaslon, no bills nor !
Joint resolutions of the nature of bills
Bhall be Introduced, unless the governor
shall by special message call the atten
tion of the leglalatura to the necessity ot
passing a law on the aubtect-matter em
braced In the message, and the Introduc
tion of bills shall bo reatrlcted therMo.
Provided, that tha srenaral annroorta-
tlon bills may be Introduced up to and
Including the fortieth day.
Sec. 2. That nt sold election on tha
Tuesday succeeding the first Monday In
November. 1912, on the ballot of each I
elector voting thereat there ahall be ,
printed or written tha words: "Por pro- ,
posed amendment to the constitution fix
ing the term of office, and salary for
members of tha legislature," and
"Against proposed amendment to tha I
constitution fixing the term of office and
salary for members of tha legislature." I
And If a majority of all the votera at tha
said election shall be In favor of such 1
amendment the same shall be deemed to
affirmative votes shall thereby become ; bnPd. The returns of said election
law aa to all conflicting provisions. The
Constitutional limitations aa to scope and
subject matter of statutes enacted by the
upon the adoption of this amendment
shall be made to the State Canvassing
Board and that Board shall canvass the
legislature shall apply to those enacted! uPn h amendment herein In the
by the Initiative
Section IB. The second power reserved
Is the referendum. It may be ordered by
a petition of ten per cent of the legal
voter of the state, distributed aa re-
3ulred for initiative petitions. Referen- !
urn petitions njralnat measures passed
hp the legislature shall be filed with the 1
Secretary of State within ninety days !
after the legislature enacting the same
adjourns slue die or for a period longer
man ninety days; and elections thereon
ahall be had at the first regular state
election held not leas than thirty days
after such nllny.
Section IC. The referendum may k
ordered upon any act except acts making
appropriations for the expenses of the
state government, nnd state Institutions
xlstlna nt the time such act is passed.
When the referendum Is ordered upon an
act or airy part thereof It shall suspend
same manner an Is prescribed In the case
of presidential electors. If a majority of i
the, votes cast at the election be In favor
of the proposed amendment the governor, '
Within ten days after the result Is ascer- '
talned. shall make proclamation declar- I
Ing the amendment to be part of the
constitution of the state, and when so
declared the same tihall be In force.
Approved April 10. 1911."
I. Addison Vai. Secretary of State, of
the State of Nebraska do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment
to the Constitution of the State of Ne- ,
brasVa la n true and correct copy of the
original enrolled and engrossed bill, as
f amed by tha Thirty-second session of ,
I,' Legislature of the State of Nebraska,
aa appears from aald original bill on file
i In this office, and that said proposed
Amendment Is submitted to the qusllfled
voters of the state of Nebraska for their
Its operation until the same is approved i Adoption or rejection at the general elec-
fcy the Vetera; provided, tlwt emergency
ots, or acts for the immediate preserva
tion of the public peace, health, or safety
shall continue In effect ostll rejected by
the voters or repealed bv the leg slature.
Filing or a referendum petition against
tins to be held on Tuesday, the Mb day
of November, A. D. 191?.
In Testimony Whereof. I have, hereunto
et my hand and affixed the CJraat Seal
of the State of Nehrajikn. Done at Lin
coln, '.tils 20th day of May, In the year of
one or more Items, secrterrs. or parts or i 0ur ford. One Thousand Nine Hundred
an a shall not delay the remainder af i auid Twelve, and of th Independnce of
the treasure from booow.lng operative. i the Tlnlted States the One Hundred and
action ID. Nothing In ttur iteotfc n J frhirt v-slxtb and of hia State the Forty-
rrau ne conatw utai to Gprio r nem j anxfn. ADDISON WAIT.
ber of the legislature f the nv .; u If- I
traduce any measure. The wb' I lltntM f
of votes cast for irovernor at -j.ut.ir
election last pnecedlrrg the IV, : k of any
Initiative or referendum p"'l' in miliar, be
the basis on which the number ol -V.: il
voters required to sign such petition
be computed. The. veto power of tne kjv
emor shall not extend to measures initi
ated by or referred to th people. All
auch measures shun become the law or
Secretary of Stat.
AMENDMENT NO. POUR.
The following proposed amendment to
If e constitution ot the Suite of Nebraska,
aa hereinxftr sec forth in full, is aub
Knitted t. t.u electors of the State of Ne
?raska, to be voted upon at the general
of the constitution when approved i. -election ne he aold Tveaoay. -xovemoer
maJorltv of l ie vote,: cast tt ei eon. i
Sedgwick Opera House Destroyed.
Wichita. Kaa . S-pi 30 Fire nt
fStdgwici; n"r here. destroyed the
opciv Ik us" and n iCQSrsI store or
upin". tin lower Ilwrs of the i,ulid
1mr Th'- pnstOflVe ,'iilli4H)if wis par
t'allv .Timed The loss w:i. about
f to .toe a boot half eeeered by ifcaui
Sheriff S.rves Man From Mob.
lU'ii . Wis . Sept Sheriff
Vhe'i y and deputies artivrtd in an an
, UMMObfle ' Corllu just in time to
sum- ('eolgi' Morion. A tinttip inolilei.
: 'roil, Itehur ivtx hod by mob of men
who ihuiiM'l hint willi an ui'.ul, on
ltd ward Welch, aged IfJeea
MICHIGAN SOLDIERS TREED
IWilltary Court Find Ttwy .Were 'Not
'"'Responsible for KSIimg !Eiay.
'winning. Mirh.. Spi. 3'' - The mill
tar court ot iiui'iiry thai iBVaatlCBtdH
tne killi'i ot lohn K1j b tie mi
In 'allien, wliu were doisx Rinml duty
during Um recent prUoti rioii-. tntOOITt
Utad Captain 1 rank I. MStfaTBeBB, UtBU
tenant li. W hniith and M7BtSl Sack
OS SBd Mi Anil-' from lsjti gaaBOBSl
bi!!t. for Ki S death.
IllacUman Mad JaeluHM W9t Bieeal
ed iii Jaekaan hy the civil authorities'
and dBBJTaBd sflfb raurderhai Btsj
The latter atae gugpected bj the
trMps w b"lntj eonnectetl wirb a i!ol
to ittt iel' the pristin When Ihojf w r.-.
fthusH to air' St b in. lie tun said svn
aorovided. the votes cast In favcr of said
; initiative measure or part of said Constl-
ttluon shall cnntltute thtrty-nve per
cent (SSll of the total vote cast at said
election, and not otherwise, and shall I
take effect upen proclamation by the
governor, which shall be made within ,
ten daya of tlie completion of the official j
canvnav. i . , ,oir ,i,,uu niiiui i- unu
referendum measurea shall be returned
and canvassed Ba the aune manner as Is
prescribed In the cnee of presidential
electors. The method at submitting and
adopting smendnii utsj to the constitution
provided by this section shall be supple
mentary to the method prescribed in the,
article of this Constitution, entitled1
'Aniendmenta.' ui.d lite latter afcall in no,
case be construed to conflict herewith.
This amendment ahall be self 'executing,
but legialatiun may be enacted especially
to facilitate its operation. In submitting,
petitions and -orders ,fer the Initiative audi
tha referendum, the ttecratary of BlaAe,
and all other offioers ahull be rulded hv
this amendment and the general lawa
untll additional legislation ahall be espe
cially provided therefor; all .prouoaltiuns,
submitted iii -pursuhtiea horeol shall bo
submitted ia u non-partisan manner ami
without any indication or auggestlon en.
the ballot thatt they have been approved
or endorsed by any no. itical party or or
ganization, and provided further Uiar
only the titie nt meaeures ahall be printed
on the ballot, and wtien two or inorn
measures baue the -etuiie title -they shall
I be nunttaervd consecutively In the 'order
or r.ung svitn the s-i;t.,t v or State aial
Including the name of the first -petitioner.
Sectiess S. Tkat Saothen 10. of Article 1.
of the Ounsti-Aitlon of the -atatte of Ne
braska be amended to read aa fellows:
SactatSB 10. Tiie alytr of all bills
be "Be M enacted by the peopie of the
State ef Nebraska." said no law shali
I be enacted except h- bill. No bill shall
1 be passed by .the legislature unless by
assent tf a -mejorlty of all the member
elected te each house ef tha laKlalatura
and the question upon ft tal passage snail,
jw mi, tne, imieiy .upon its iiLfii read
ing aud tiee yae and r. iys ahai' be en
. tered upen the Journal.
Seetasst d. That at said election on the
I Tuesday arceetfing tfie flr,t Mm day In
I NoveiBlaatr, IVIZ, -on Uie ballot tf each
; elector vOng Ikereat .'.here al.all be
1 printed or written the wrds: "Kvr pro
posed amendment to the -constitution re-
serving te 'Ji IXfOpie tne right of direct
A JOINT KRiSOLTTTlON t propose
amend rnvn is to Section flee (6) of
Artkte six ((9 and Section thirteen (IS)
of Artir-ke sixteen ft 6) of tire constitu
tion of the state of Nebraska aa found
In the Complied Siavtutes ef Nebraska
for IMs (Jsectlo thirteen (1I ot
Article eighteen lg) of Oobbey's An
notated Statutes for 1(091. relating to
time f electing judges ot the supreme
court, ftxhtg the time af the general
election and providing for holding over
of Incumbents until the.r auooessors
sic -fieoted and qualified.
Be i Besolved and Knacted by the Legla
tatitce of the StaAe of Nebraska:
Sectaan t. That Beotlon Five il) of
Article Six ! of Che Constitution of the
Stat) -ef Ne.ni uska be amended to read as
Seotion S. Thut at the ajeneral election
to tat held in the State f Nebraska In
the tear in,., and each six years there
aftsc, these shall be elected three (3
liidgeat of .Uie Stasreme Court, who shall
hold their flkoe for the iperiod of aix (t)
ye.,', mi. ,,t Um, general election to be
held in tlie Btu.e af Nebceeka In the year
mix. and win. abx years thereafter there
ahaJt be ( led three 1) judges of Lbs
riuptvtoe Court, who shall hold their office
for the period -at six years; snd at the
gent-ml election to be held in the State
of Neiuaaxta in the year 1920 and each
aix ti years taMj-eatbar there ahall be
elected a chief Justloe ef the Supreme
Court. SMias shall bold bis office for the
period f sim , tii yeans. Provided. That
the meiuber of the Supreme Court whose
term of effice expires la January, 1914.
shall be chief Justice as? tbe Supreme
Court during that time unlil the expira
tion of hia term of oftloe.
Seotion 2. Tkat Section Thirteen 1 3
of Article Sixteen ,10) of the i.oi.stiiutlon
of the State of Nebraska aa found In the
Compiled Statute of Nebraska for lsuv
'Section Utirteen tl3 of Article eighteen
(18) of Cobliey's Annotated Statutes for
1909) he amended to read as follows:
Section 13. The general election of this
state shall be held on the Tuesday suc
ceeding tbe first Monday in November
in tlie year 1914 and every two yeais
theteafter. All state, district, county,
precinct and townahip officers, by tlie
constitution or laws made elective bv the
people, except school district officers, and
.municipal officers In cities, villages and
lowns. ahall he elected at a general elec-
:lon to le held as aforesaid. Judges of
AMENDMENT NO. THREE.
The following proposed amendment to
Ihs constitution of the State of Nehmska.
as hereinafter set forth In full. Is sub
mitted to the electors of the State of Ne
braska, to be voted upon at the general
election to be held Tuesday. November
tth. A. D. 1I2.
"A .IOINT HESOI.UTION to amend Sec
tion nineteen (19) of Article five (I) of
the Constitution of the State of Nebras
ka creating a Board of Commissioners
of State Institutions
Be It Enacted by the Legislature Of tha
State of Nebraaka:
Section 1. That Section nineteen '1.
of Article five (6) of the Constitution ot
tha state of Nebraska, be amended to)
read aa follows:
Section 19. The Governor shall, prior
to the adjournment of the thirty-third
session of the legislature, nominate and,
with the consant of two-thirds of th
members of the Senate In Bxecutlve Ses
sion, sppolnt three elector of th state
not more than two of whom shall belong
to th same political party and no two
of whom shall reld at the time of theli
appointment In the same congressional
district, aa member of a board to bo
known a a "Board of Commissioner ot
Stat Institutions." Said member ahall
hold office as designated by th Governor
for two. four and aix year reapectlrelr.
Subsequent appointments shall he mad
a provided and, except to fill vacan
cies, ahall be for a period of six yars.
The Board ahall at all time be subject
to the above restriction and limitation.
Th Board Of Commissioners shall havW
full power to manag. control and gov
ern, subjsct only to auch limitations a
shall he established by law, th Stats
rioldjers' llome Hospitals for ths Insane,
nstlluts Tor the Deaf. Institute for th
HII ml. Induatrlal School. Institute for
Feeble Minded Children. Nebraska Indus
trial Home, Orthopedic Hospital, the
Stat Penitentiary and all charitable, re
formatory and penal Institution that
(hall be by law estsbllshed and main
tained by the state of Nebraska. Thr
shall each give bonds, receive compensa
tion for service, perform all dutlea ami
t-omply with all regulations that shall bs
established by law. The powers pos
sessed by the Governor and Board ot
Public Lands and Buildings with refer
ence to the management and control of
th Institutions herein named hall. on
July 1, 1913, caae to exist In th Gov
ernor snd the Board of Public Land and
Buildings and shall become vested In
Board of Commissioners of State Institu
tions, and the aald Board Is on July 1, 1911.
and without further procssa of law. au-
lhnrl,l nnd directed to SSSIime and SX-
erclse all the power heretofore vested
In or exercised by the Governor or Board
of Public l ands and Buildings with ref
erence to the Institution of th state
named herein, but nothing herein con
tained shall limit the general supervisory
or examining powers vested In the Gover
nor by the lawa or conatltutlon of the
state, or such aa are vested by him In
any committee appointed by him.
Section 2. That at the general election.
In November. 1912. there hall be ubmlt
tad to th lectora of th atate for their
approval or rejection th foregoing pro
posed amendments to the constitution In.
the following form: On the ballot of esoh
elector voting for or agalnat said pro
posed amendment hall b printed o"
written "Por proposed amendment to ths
Constitution creating a Board of Com
missioners of State Institutions ana
"Against ssld proposed amendment to
the constitution creating a Board of
Commissioners of Stat Institution.
Section S. If suck amendment to Sec
tion nineteen 1) of Article five (5) of
the Constitution ef th State of Nbraka
shall b approved by a majority of all
clMtor voting at uch election aald
amendment ahall constitute Section nine
teen Ol) of Article five (6) of th eoo
tltutlon of th state of Nebraska.
, Approved April 1. 1911."
I. Addison Walt. Secretary of Stat, of
th Stat of Nebraska do herebv certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment
to the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska la a true snd correct copy of the
l original enrolled and engroased bill, as
passed by th Thlrt v-econd session of
1 the Legislature of the Stat of Nebraska,
as sppears from aald srlglnal bill on Ala
in thla office, and that said proposed
amendment Is submitted to the qualified
voters of th state of Nebraska for thair
adoption or rejection nt the general elec
tion to be held on Tuesday, the sth day
of November. A. D. 1912.
In Teatlmony Whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
f the State of Nebraaka. Done at Lin
coln, this 20th day of Mav, In the year of
our laird. One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Twelve, and or the Independence of
i the United States the One Hundred and
Thirty-sixth and of this State the Forty
sixth. ADDISON WAIT.
Seal Secretary of Stat.
A LOG ON THE TRACK
lof the fat express means serious
; trouble abend if, not removed, s'
j liMH loan of aijetite. It IBS IBS lack
or vitality, Iohs of atretiKtli unri nerve
. wo. iknov ... If ai. petite fall, take
Klo trie Hit-em qalCBajf to overcoran
the ciiu.se by ti..iin up the at nia- li
mnl ctiriiu; the i i-ligewt icn. M't-hxel
Ho-hriiiier of l.'.n oln, N.br., had
Ii '.i Kick uvi r ilirce yeara, lull six.
bottles of Kit ttii Hitlers pm lii.n
ri-Ti' mi his feel ajoiin Tlley have
hnlptd iliwieHiids. Th r'vj pure
bbii.i, at rolls nerves. .t'.Resilan.
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POST OFFICE DIRECTORY
.Mails due at tlie Alliance post
office um follow a, Mountain time
1 1 In a in for train No. 44.
I Jiff n m. for train No. 4i'
' I : l. , for Uahi No. 4o.
1100 p. tn. for train No 41.
12:29 p m for train :,'03
II 00 ii iii for train No. ifl,
fart'' Shocks Reck Portion of 1 1 line is.
Sterling;, s I1' '" What up
pea re, I to te earth Sake sisoHu wer
telt in aovetnl MCtiOBI of IVarteeMg
tnv n hip rtctafeg aters it) sites from
the vsfll and dishes; geatterax t'otn
iaelvi The shocks caused in j-1
Nicprguan Insurgents Surrender
Pnn .Tuan Del Sur, Sept 3 A re
port ve'o.vetl hero sa that the In- j
auiTont nt MasSTS ran up a white ,
fair Tiiis haves lm the rmly ,
rtroiiu'iolr) atlll d. i i n ; th govern
1912 OCTOBER 1912
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Bt Joseph, Mo., 84':t. UK. On ae
rount of the ie::th nf Hiiro I. oil T
OreaOB Mo, fatall Injured in
Kami' of fOOtSatl lietsteen St. Jaaapa
cil Droeon lnt:h sOaoOig at Or.
en ai;i'.ition at;tnst the game wns
started ia scMtaveat Missouri Trtia
gfitni1 wiis the first Oreoai had pg jsst
In larefl )irs (Soil wa, saveatesaj
9aafl old. captain and tat kle of his
Hammr Throw Record or IVIcGrth.
Nov. Voik, Shjii :;ii Matt Mctluiili,
tii.- worlds i i .in., mil hammer throw
i er. added a oew world's record to his
I tirinn at Celti, nark. ' H threw the
e-xteeii i-oiiikI saauaer with uniimii. i
-in Rae roiloa r.i tert inches, the
form, i re mi! b im; ISn fer-t J Inrb.
a.ntie by f. . nsnapH tw the stiia
rOMJS(4 tbre o:,r ago
legislation through the iimJallve and ref- Supreme, distrb.t and county courta.
-artiiuura, aaiu astiiiisi p ip.j.seri a&nend
nnt to te iuiistiuition reserving to the
.$ople Uie riglit of Ulrct legislation
firnugh tbe lnltiatrve and if(nniura."
Anil If a luajoclty of all totera at said
.election shall be In livor of such amend
BAent the feaxue shall be d-enied u be
adopted. The retuma of aid election
upjn the a 3 :...r, ef this itniendment
eht II be made to thrs state canva.-wtinit
board and sale hoard ahull -auvasa the
vole upon the amendment herein ill Jhe
aaix-e nutnuer as is preecrltied 'n the case
of ptesifleutiat evMictora. If a i.iajority of
the 'tea cast ai the ulection be tn fawn
of UM propoavj aineiidin-nt tne govemar
within tn days atter the reault is ascet
talned. ahall make p roeam item declar
ing the amendment U be part ol the eon
stltiitljn of tlie aata. atvi wnot ao le
clar.'d the amendineiit harem proposed
shall be in force avd self-executlcz
Anprsved Mam, S4. 1911
I, Addlaon Wait, becretari- of rVite. ot
tne BluUi of Nebraaka do berehy certify
ts.it tile foregoing ropo.id aiueiidinent
te the Csnstitution nt the gtate of Ne
braska im a true and correct .ciopy K ths
original aatrolled und engroased hill as
Saaaai by the Thirty-second sessioa of
the 1 .eglslaxure of the atatH ef N'ehraaka
aa appears from said original aJII on tile
In this oanes, and thax . . 1 ;iopo:d
ajneiidment le .submitted to tha ualirted
voters of tlie state of Nebraska for their
adoption or rejection at the general elec- !
tlon to be told on Tuesday the itii dav
af November. A U. 191!
In Testtmnjr Whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and if1U,-,l ihe Great Seal ;
of the State of Nebraska IJone at Lin
coln. Una .'..in d.iv ,f M i In the year of
all elective county and precinct offlcers.
and all other elective ofr.cera. the time
for the election of whom la iut herein
,herv,lse pKivided for. and which are
BS't Included In th above exception,
kail be ele.'t.-.l on the Ti.es.iav mieceed
lOaT the fli at Monday In November, 1913.
iikii thsrsafter at the general election
neat preceding tlie time of the termina
tion for their respective terms of office,
i'rv. :ded. That no office shall be vacated
iSsaeby, hut the Incumbent thereof ahall
hold over until hi auccessor is duly
elect., 1 at. it qualified.
Section 3. The form of ballot on the
amendments proposed herein shall be aa
follows: "For proponed amendments to
the constitution providing for eeneral
election once In two years" and "Against
proposed amend man ts to the constitution
providing for geiieial election ouue In
Approved April 7. 1911."
I. Addison Walt. Secretary of State, of
tiie State of Nebraska do hereby certify
that the fun-going propoaed amendment
to the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska Is a true and correct copy of ths
ordinal enrelled and engrossed bill, a
passed by tlie Thirty-second seasion of
th Legislature of ths State of Nebraska,
aa axipeura from aald original bill on file
In this office, and that said proposed
aju'-n4enent Is submitted to the iua!ifi,l
votere of the state of Nebraska for their
adoption or rejection at the general elec
tion to tat held on Tueaday, the Sth day
ef November. A D. 191.
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto
sat my hand and affixed the Great Seal
of the State of Nebraak.i Pone at Lin
coln, this 2tli day of May, In the year of
(u Sundays ami holidays ull nilit
malls cloae at 0:n0 p, in. instead of
II 00 p, ai IUA E TASU. P, M.
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, rk.. i.. , . j . ,, . cut , una -mil u.iy oi nay. in me year JI
2nd T?,vi aTlUf,J"'1. ln" "un' our Lord. One Thousand Nine Hundred
?h. lTMta.-n.d-Wl'T.,,ldupIl.d,,ic" ! Tlv. and of the Independence of
Tleity-slxth snd of tl... State the Forty- T7. r y-,,,lh and T.f "this slat. th. For"
l""1'! BWretary of "BtaU. j (Sall
Secretary of Stat.
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