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Fresh Outbreak in Wyoming Pen-1
Herniary at Rawlins.
CITIZENS ARE REPORTED SHOT
Prisoners Fl"e to Hills, Where Des-perat-
Battle Takes Place Appeal
Made to Governor Carey for State
Troops Fight Rages Inside Walls.
Rawlins, Wyo., Oct. 14. A fresh
on! break occured at the penitentiary
here, between twenty and thirty pris
oners cs. npins, marching through the
gaalg streets oi the town, ami after
killing one citizen, badly wounding
another, and having one of their num
ber killed by a deputy, fled to the hills
Surrounding the town, where a desper-at-
battle is now being waged between
the convicts and citizens.
it Ik reported that seven citizens
have been killed in the battle with es
caped contricts. Shots are heard at
Interval from inside the penitentiary,
and it is believed a battle Is in prog
r s inside the walls letween guards
and the remaining prisoners.
A second escaped convict has just
been HUed by the posse. Telegram?
are being sent to Governor Carey,
who is now at Sheridan, asking for
state troops. The town is in a panic
and citizens, heavily armed, are
guarding their own houses and the
homes of those who are in the hills
battling with the convicts. Women
and children -re being gathered In the
central portion of the town.
Rawlins, Wyo., Oct. 14 Ten of the
nineteen convicts, who, led by the no
totlous Jim Dalton, member of the
Whitney gang of bank robbers, es.
caped through a broken fence In the
penitentiary yard, are still at large
and the possibility of their recapture
was remote, since they are believed to
nave gained the hills north of the
town before nightfall.
The town Is being patroled by
armed citizens, and men and women
ait in their homes with weapons close
at hand, listening for Intruders. The
fugitives are known to be the most
desperate of the penitentiary's In
mates, lead by the desperado Dalton.
rpoited at first as recaptured, and
will take a long '-hance to secure
Wi apons and clothes.
The reign of terror which holds the
town began when from the peniten
tiary burst a bedlam of shouts of con
victs, end through the streets of the
northern pa;t. PL. the town nineteen
cb:se cropped, hard-f eatured men, in
the prison uniform, ran in a liodv
Hones tethered In front of saloons
v.-. re grab bod by the leaders and bore
then at breakneck speed through the
town and away to the hills, outdis
tancing the miauls that closed In on
the rear of the fugitive after losing
precious minutes Investigation the
CS tse of the uproar In the cells. Nine
sjf the CCnvlctl Were recaptured.
HOCKIN IN BRIDGE WRECK
Prosecutor Produces Evidence Tend
ing to Confirm Confession of Clark.
India na polls, Oct 14. At the "dyna
mite conspiracy" trial B, L. siiipp. a
hotel clerk at Cincinnati, told of the
arrival in Cincinnati on May 1, I9n8,
oi Herbert s. Hockin.
Kdward Clark, who has pleaded
guilty, said ha was Induced on t hat
date by Kockjri to dynamite a bridge
at Daytf i, O. The explosion occurred
three lays after Hoi kin's visit. When
Clark was locked up after his arrest
on the federal indictments Hockin.
according to the government charges,
visited Clark in jail and asked, "Are
you talking?" to which Clark replied.
No. but 1 understand you are." letter
Hockin was charged with having "be
trayed" his fellow defendants by giv
ing Information to the government.
ROSE ON WITNESS STAND
Declares Gunmen Secured for Rosen
thai Murder on Becker's Order.
New York. Oct 14. Long hours of
cross-examination failed to make
"1-ald .lack'' Rose vary his story of
the part be played and the part he
Fays former Police Nontenant Becker
played in the murder of Herman Ko
fi B thai, the gambler.
"Becker told me," he said, "that he
Wanted Rosenthal murdered, shot,
croaked or dynamited. At his bidding
I got the gunmen to kill Rosenthal. I
hid alter the murder I saw Becker
that warning and later talked wth
him over the tel 'phone. 1 paid tne
gunmen $1.0en for Becker and told
them he said not to worry, but to lay
"I give mself up and became a
State's witness because Bec ker de
aerted me Hka a dirty dog and was
getting ready to throw me to the
Suffragettes March to London.
fig burgh) Scotland. Oct. 14. A
small army of suffragettes set out
from this lt to march to London
vhtre they intend to present a pe
it ion to Premier Asquith. They are
under the leadership 'of Mrs. De KVinte
Blanrine. who will make the Journey
ssj h rs-bai U at the head of her
forces. It is believd the march will
take about six weeks.
Italy Gives Three Days' Grace.
Pari. Oct. 14 Italy granted Tur
kev three days' grace to decide
syheghcr it sba'J be peeo or continu
en of the v.ar.
Larry Doyle Sliding
Safely to Second In
First Game of Series.
Osssssfj .. iv s
9',l. tj" Ar.iertCB t'ress AKSortatlnri
Till snapnhiit. takr. ith tht t'phote
lens, which brings ib.l"ts rlmo t (Me
shews the axctttng play at ascend
nd a pan of th i rumens crowd in th
RED SOX EXPECT TO WIN
Boston Team Arrive in New York
Pi imed for Victory.
New York. Oct 14. The Boston
Red Sox, lacking only one victory In
the series with, the New York Giants
to become the world's baseball cham
pions oi 1912, were a happy lot when
they arrived here. With three vic
tories to the Giants' one so far, they
expressed confidence as to the out
come of the game to be played this
afternoon on the I'olo grounds.
Manager Stahl said: "The boys
feel pretty sure of the result and ev
erything seems to be in our favor. Of
course, we expect to win today's game,
but if we should happen to lose we
still have two more games in which to
secure the fourth victory."
Inquiry among the players devel
oped nothing to Indicate who would he
the Boston pitcher today. Opinion
was abOOt evenly divided whether ,Ioc
Wood, wlK) h:is won both his games,
would be s. i cted Those who thought
it BfOOld not be Wood jiicked either
Hay Collins, the lefthander, or Buck
0 Btien as Manager Stahl's likely
choice ind SUM they .thought Wood
would le saved to pitch tomorrow, if
htanagei Stahl himself would rolun
teer nothing on this point. Wood said
In reply to a Question:
"I am ready to pitch if wanted, hut
1 have not heard yet whether I am to
be cahed on "
More than MM Bed Sox "rooters,
headed ny Mnyor John F Fitzgerald
arrive.; oi a i ll train to "be in at
the nii'sh." the mayor said. They
were eecc ;unicd bv a band.
GOLO LEAF THIEF A FINANCIER
Jerorr.e T. Caf rev of New York Invests
$30,000 III Gotten Gains in Land.
In the opinion of the New York po
lice, Jerome T. Caffrey , who is charged
with tb" theft oi S0,0M worth of gold
leaf from the publishing boose of i'.
F. Collier g- Sons, is the most prac
tical thief !hfy ver caught.
A confession, which he is said to
have made to Deputy Commissi! nor
Dougherty, shows he Invested the pro
eeds of hlf 'hefts in real estate, the
value of which has increrased so he
probably will be able to make restitu
tion to the Colliers and have a ne:tt
Caffrey, who lias been a foreman In
the book binding department, was ar
rested at his $12,0(10 home at Rocka
way beach. His wife and five children
PETTICOAT MAKERS FAIL
Driven to Wall by New Style of Dress
Worn by Women.
The Jackson Mack Manufacturing
OOmpany, one of the largest makers
of silk petticoats in New York, went
The failure is the culmination of
Widespread complaint among manu
facturers that the close tilling dresses
now worn by women have so reduced
the demand for petticoats us to make
them a glut on the market. The lia
bilities are estimated at $7oii.,mi
PROTEST AGAINST I. W. W.
Men. Women and Children March at
Lawrence Carrying American Flags.
Lgwrenee, Mass., Oct. I4 Thirty
tnousatid American flags were carried
through tlir-e miles of muddy Strati
by 30.00U mast, women and children in
a demonstration against the Industrial
Workers of the World.
Representatives of the city govern
Bient. veterans of ihe civil und Span
fsh wars, and members at church,
civic and fraternal organizations were
Nephew of Diaz Joins Revolt.
Man lea City. Oet 14 -General Felix
Diaz has- joined the rebellion against
Mad 10. wluj forced from the presi
dency his uncle. Porflrio Diaz. This
is the news sent from the tate of
Vera Cruz President Madero is ir
I11rta.1t to oeiieve the report, but there
appears HUJe doubt of its accuracy.
Montenegrins Gain Firm Foot
hold in Novipazar.
FIGHTING IS STILL SEVERE,
Forces of Kincj Nicholas Battle for
Four Days Along the Whole Frontier.
Cross the "Rubicon" and Make War
in Enemy's Country.
Pttdgarltia, Montenegro, Oct 14.
Tiie northern Montenegrin army, on
der General Y'ikotitch. which recently
crossed the border into the snnjak of
tfovtpacari gained a Aim foothold bp
ftanturtbg Ryeioootye, one of the chief
towns of til)' province. Myeiopolye fell
alter prolonged fighting, but no infor
mat ion has been received regarding
the losses on both sides. The Monte
iiegrii s have ei up there a provisional
After an engagement lasting until
midday th" Montenegrins broke
thro. mil the Turkish ranks near Tushi
and invested the town, which is com
pletOiy CUt off from Scutari.
The Montenegrin army has been
fighting lor tour days along the whole
frontier, penetrating the Turkish tor
litOry slowly, owing to the tnany forti
fications. The Turks have burned sev
eral Maltaaoii villages.
Many wounded Turks have been
brought to Polgorltza.
Athens. Oct. 14. The mobilization
of the Greek army has been success
ful beyond expectation. Troops to
he number of 125.000 will he concen
trated on the frontier today and an
other 30,000 are being equipped. The
mobilizrtion centers of the govern
ment are overwhelmed with volun
teers anil It has been decided to en
roll no more recruits for the present.
T. R. REPLIES TO WILSON
Colonel Answers Criticism by Gov
ernor Regarding Trusts.
Chicago. Oct. 14. Governor Wood
row Wilson has done "precisely and
exactly nothing" against the trusts.
Colonel Roper-Tell said, although as
governor of New Jersey he gave tied
Governor Wilson had ample power to
proceed against them.
OolOttel Roosevelt s address was in
rep!) to a recent speech of Governor
Wilson, whom he quoted as saying
that the Roosevelt administration had
done nothing against the trusts. -The
answer is to say that I did everything,"
Colonel Roosevelt declared
The ev-pi e-'dent's address was de
livered in the Coliseum to one of the
largest ami most demonstrative
crowds of his campaign.
Governor Denoeg was attacked in a
statement by Colonel Roosevelt imnie
dlatelv after the letter's arrival in
Chicago. The presidential candidate
charged the governor with "deliberate
and willful perversion of the truth."
WILSON AND SULZER MEET
Both Attended Banquet of Knights of
Columbus in New York City.
New York, Oct. 1 I. Governor Wood
iow winson Democratic presidential I
nominee, and William Bulger, Demo
cratic candidate for governor of Mew
York, appeared in public together here I
lor the first t'me since tin latter was!
nominated at s vm use. They both at
tended banquet of the Knights of
Columbus ind were given an enthiisl-l
anic OVgtlon The governor made i
t rlef Speech extolling 'he character
"My Interest in politics in this year
of grace for it promises to be a year
of grac" added the governor, amid
sreat applause, "is the prospect that
we shall end these misunderstanding
in Amerlea. that we shall bring classes
together, bring about common coun
sel and cenne fruitless counter-interests
RAILROAD MEN ASK AID
Tell Senate Committee of Threats of
El Paso, Tex.. Oct. 14. -Reports that
rebels are smuggling ammunition into
J Bares, the Mexican town opposite Bl i
Caso. led to a rigid inspection ol :.i-
sengers and pedestrians at the Inter
national bridges by Mexican soldiers.
While officials of the road make
light of the rebel threat to kill all
Americans operating trains after Oct
15, eighteen railroad men. testlfvinn
Before the asnatn committee, took the
warning mriowsly. it is learned that
in .. tody the railway men appeared
stfon Hi) committee ami apptaled for
prate Una, galea they said was not
giv n iy tag federal troops.
MARYLAND TO NICARAGUA
Big Warship tc Relieve Other Ships
Now on Duty There.
Seattle. Qet . Orders to sail im
medlaie'.v fur N'ii aragua were rec ived
by the armored cruiser Maryland,
which arrived liom the Orient.
Tne arrlv.i! of the Maryland in Nica
ragua waters will mark the beginning
of a enral exodus of American forces
now UlifCO, lllf ladtgg the regiment of
sguftnea sent from east coast stations
at the onrl.re.'k of the trouble
Four Escnre From Ohio Prison.
Columbus, o , Oct. 14. Four eon
rteta in the Ohki penitentiary saeapes
from tgg prison bs sawing through
the bars ot u pewar manhole hind
the prison hospit il, dropping into the
ftngjai -ind working th- ir way tu the
legrer's outlet on the banks gf the
fi loto river.
The king oi S:ton ba been sued
for school thxc and judgment has
Ireen given spa loot him.
After robbing a hank slngh handed
't Pine, Okhti a bandit, who refuses
to gie hS i utile, was i audit by one
Ignn in nr the town.
Robbers who attacked Miss Rvg Ol
fon near her home In Chicago broke
tin Bl-I s right lee; In the efforts to
!orcc hoi to rinse fighting them.
Thf State bank of Council Hill,
fikla . was robbed of absut 3,000 and
n party of mounted bandits escaped
altir a running fight with citizens.
Sidney Hodi n. a chimney sweep, dls-
covered the Dody of a man, partially
boiled nd Chopped up. In I coal sack
og the skylight of an apart magi house
Mexican rebels have given warning
'rial a'.' American railroad men cap
tared while operating trains on the
Mexican Northwestern lines alter Oct.
15 WlU be shot
Thomas a. Kane, a prominent Roch
ester politician, is dead as the result
Of eating poisonous food in a SyraCUSS
hotel during the recent Democratic
Kdward M. Shepard. lawyer and pol
itician who died at lake George a
year ago, left an estate appraised gt
IPJS.00U, The hulk of It is Invested
In stocks and bonds.
Mian Clara K. Smith, a stenographer
employed by the McN'amaras, Identi
fied a letter to the Iron workers'
unions in the dynamite conspiracy
trial at Indianapolis.
W. H. K. Redmond, member of the
British parliament and a brother of
John Redmond, the Irish leader, left
for home on the steamship Celtic,
which sailed from New York.
Professor S'Mtibower of Indiana uni
versity was elected president of the
Rig Mne University Athletic confer
ence, to succeed the late Professor
Johnson also of Indiana university.
Freight tariffs making advances on
solt coai from Colorado and New Mex
ico mines to destinations In the mid
dle west were suspended by the Inter
state commerce commission until
I)uis S. Kirchner was drowned,
Miss Meta Markhart fatally Injured.
Miss Clarice Meek slightly when an
automobile in which they were riding
ran off a Street into the East river at
Green Bay, Wis.
The Progressive party national and
state tickets ate entitled to be printed
on the official ballot in Missouri, ac
cording to a decision rendered by
fudge Word em an of the st iuis
county circuit court.
Bandits, who used an automobile.
Waylaid Thomas J. O'Meara. a St. luls
saloonkeeper, and took from him a
f;rip containing $3,ooo in cash. They
held oT a crowd of pursuers with re
volvers and escaped,
Guilty as charged was the verdict of
the jury in the cases of C. F. Houston
and John H Rfillock, tried in the fed
tal court at Taoonsa, on a charge of
OOUSptracy to defraud the government
on Coal contracts In Alaska.
The T iff Republican executive com
mittee 01 California Will take no lur
!ier act ii 11 to secure a place for Taft
lectors! nominees on the November
ballot Slid, 'smen for the loninilt
tee made this unqualified statement
Mrs. I.ucy Savior of Crescent City.
HI., who was sentenced to three vear.s
In pnon as in accessory to the mur
der of her husband, John Byrog ggyler,
completed her sentence and was re
leasvd i;nm f'e penitentiary at Joliet
Engineer R. malum of Oarrett, Ind.,
nai trilled and Wrenian Leeiand of
the same place fatallv injured in the
collision at Chicago Junction of a Bal
timore and Ohio passenger train and I
st'ing of freight cars left on the main
John V. McDonald, a plumber of Ak
ron, O. shot and killed his threee
year-Old son and then fiied bullets into
the heads of his wife and sister. Mrs.
McDonald is fatally Injured and the
"Ister is In a serious condition Mc
Donald was arn gted.
A net loss of 113,000,000 s year In
the revenues of the snprsss companies
and th" railroads would result fiom
nutting into effect tin- express rates
proposed h) the interstate commerce
commission, accoiding to figures sub
gritted i the roiiipaniea
Filty deputy sheriffs and several
hundred Greek striker had the first
serious encounter in the Bingham
(Utah) BtlBers' strike One Greek
iniiier was nhot through the leg, an
ither was glMft ke( down witt a rifle
hutt. number were arrested.
Repuh'lcans and Progress) ves of
Pennsv I . aniri got together and cleared
up the presidential elector situation
The twenty -seven men on the Repub
ilcan ti -.iet who favor Roosevelt with
drew and their places were filled with
the nanu s .n men who are for Taft
Four bandits bungled the holdup of
4 Kansas City Southern paSSSBger
train between Hatfield and Mcna. Ark
One w i wounded and captured and
the others escaped after a battle with
attprigw Moeat agar Merrill Bnrgetl or
gTggaas City, in whieh Burgett ex
'austed his ammunition and was badly
Noiu the worse for their experience
In drifting in the Delaware hay in a
wreck) d hydro aeroplane for nearly
sixti en hours. Marshall K Reid, a
young aviator of Philadelphia, and
UentsaarJj Oomasander Henry c. Mus
tin )if tin- liKt.d S'ati s navy, were
landc. -ar port Morrii .1. hr
ovste.- , po'icereen win discovered
the r pjigi t whlla fruiairj n the hay
NEBRASKA NEWS, P0PUL,STS UIT THE FlEL0
Board ot Pardons Toms Down
Request ol Lincoln Man.
HANSEN ENFORCING THE LAW.
Food Commissioner Impresses 8t. Jo
seph Jobbers They Must Obey Law
Regarding Pure Food in Nebraska
Sales Lincoln Woman Killed.
Lincoln Oct. 14. George Younger,
the colored in in w ho was sent to the
eentteutlary from Lancaster county
for isHanltlag Ifteea yegp4iM tele
phgn girl and had mad)- application
for a pardon to the board of pardons,
was refused a pardon and the recom
mendation of th- Kovernor Is that his
apple ut ion be tgrned down. Younger
was otivl) ted in the Lancaster county
court and sent to the penitentiary
Feb 0, 1191, FOt a period of twenty
years. He admitted that he hnd been
doing lomething of the kind all his
'he and the board, considering that he
was a moral degenerate, decided tha'
he was not p fit person to be runuinM
Hansen to St. Joe.
Pood Commissioner Hon n re
turned from a trip to Bl Joseph, w '-er
he Investigated methods among I
wholeaale houses of that cin and tool
up with the whoteaal im iiie matter or
a iiroper branding u( certain Kinds ol
foodstuff sold in Mebraska, "I Wl n'
those people down there who Rhlp lets
of goods, o-pecially to southeast Ne
braska, to aadcmtattd that they will
he required to follow the Neiuaska
iaw fejt tne same as the wholesale
houses of our own state."
At the stock Judging contest held at
the stock show In Kansas City, in a
contest between Nebraska. Missouri.
Iowa. Arkansas and Kansas, Nebraska
won, capturing the $50(1 trophy cup
put up by the Kansas City stock yards.
Besides winning the trophy, three of
the Nebraska men won Individual
prizes, H. B. Pier, '14, was first; R. J.
Posson, II, third; J. W. Whlsenand,
'15, fourth The other two men on
the team, H, W Rlchey. 18. and Hugh
Raymond, '14, were close to the lead
ers. Woman Killed While Demented.
The lifeless body of Miss Ella Har
per was found on the Rock Island
railroad track near College View, a
suburb of this city. Miss Harper, who
had in-en a patient tor mental trouble
at a sanitarium near College View,
escaped the vigilance q the atbpnd-
ants gpd wggdered eUtont the country
Bill to Be Preserted to Coming Legls
laturt for Separate Department.
Lincoln, Oct. 1 I The separation of
rhe andttoi nglce ami tha leumnance
department of the state may be under
tukeu throiign a bill to be Introduii d
at the coming session of the state leg.
islature The matter has been talked
over at cor. -idem hie length here of
late ;iud insurance men who have
friendly caadidatea running for the
state Begtplgtnn say they exped to
see to It that a ni asure is Introduced
When tha session pais under way.
The iiov)- is said to have the salic
t on oi many of the leading insurance
men of the tute. Including both old
lire and fraternal Insurance agents.
The change la as id to ha aontea plated
not an much tor any advantage that
may accrue, hut to thaUt a snore ePhsteni
v.'ay of handling the business may n-suit
Lutherans Meet at North Platte.
North Platte, Neb., Oct 14 The e
braska synod of the Lutheran church
held i?s anneal convention at North
Platte. Mutators and de!egate from
all sections of tha state were in at
ti ndan. e to the numb) r of eighty-five.
The following officers were elected;
President, Rev. C J, Ringer of Ren
son; secretary, Rev. C. H. R. I-eis of
Ponea: statistical secretary. Rev.
f gf Livers o Ponca; historian. Rev
Luther P, LuJden of Lincoln; treasur
er. Dr. Josep!: H. Miller of grprtae.
SkuK Crushed by a Brick.
Auburn. N .. QtL 14 -S I Miiels.
jauitoi at the high school, was fatally
hurt while assisting in the erection
if tne nw high school building. One
Of the mason- let a orick slip and it
led about Intent foot and struck
Drtnie! Qg the h)'ad. just back or the
Aarehend ani crushed the skull. Tie
gt lending physician does not think
there Is much hope of his recovery.
Run on Postal Bank.
fjsgahl Oct 14 V -run'' ou the
pota! aavtggg bank at South Omaha
by gg Creeks made It ne. essary for
that tastitBttaa to call on the treas
ury at Washington for funds. The
Q reeks, who hgve aagg heavy depos
ilors. withdrew their money in order
to start to the aid of tbelr c-ountry in
the event ot var with Turkey.
PickreM Man's Injuries Prove Fatal.
Reatriee. Neb.. Oct 14.- John
Mggatl Of Plikrell. who was Igjgigd
by falling on the steps at the Western
hotel nt Lincoln, is dead He was fifty-five
ycp.'S of age anil was until re
cently deputy county cleik
Chadron MjsJns Dedicate New Temple
Chadron. Ni b.. Oct. 14.- Mason
dedliat il their n. w Masonic hail Sg
the pragf a ai prethreg from Wogd
U t- and west o' th Wyoming I'.r-
Independent Party Electors Resign
and Democrat Are Indorsed.
Lincoln. t)(t L: A certificate wae
Had wi'b the aecretarr of state which
disclosed that the Populist electora.
hi-e nithdrnwn rmm thai ltd el and
Ihnl th state committee tha Popu
list party has Indorsed the Demorratlo
alec tors The ell Instrument also
showed that A. T. OatewocMl. Populist
candidate for secretary of state, has
also headed In his resignation, and the
same state committee have indorse.!
.1 W. Keller, Democratic candidate,
The s! electors who have declined
the nomination are: Frank Roth. Te
hnmoh; Bills Wood, Aurora: Dew'tt
Piig' i. Mnroln; Ovando ObWleS, Val
ley; r. W IXtmar, Wahoo. and F. B.
ttmhrce, Custer county, six electors
only were nominated by the populist
party, while Edward A. Roth or Hold
ege, a Democratic elector, had al
ready been indorsed
Nebraska Official Turns Down Request
of Taft Men.
Lincoln, Oct. 14. There has been
filed in the office of the set retiiiy of
State a communication from the Taft
state Republican committee protest
ing agcinst C;e names or the Rooso
velt elector" remaining upon the Re
publican ticket and demanding that
the secretary of state remove thera
and ptaee In thofr stead those of tha
Republican electors recently died by
Secretary Walt has answered the
communication by letter, stating that
he has no power under the statutes to
remove nn candidate elected at the
primary and therefore must turn down
the request of the committee. '
KINKAID TO STAY IN RACE 2
Congressman Says He Will Return ta
Battle In Sixth.
Crawford, Neb., Oct. 14. Cong res u
man M. P. Klnkald. who recently with
drew as the candidate for congress on
account of ill health, reconsidered his
withdrawal and will make the race as
ihe Republican nominee. His action
followed a meeting of the congres
slonal committee of the Sixth district,
whii h ununlmoiisly requested him to
continue us the candidate.
Complaints of Agents.
So many complaints have come to
the office of the state superintendent
of public instruction of hook agents
who are working schemes in the coun
try to sell books to children that Su
perintendent Delsell has found It neo
aweary to Issue the following letter to
county superintendents :
"Several .ounty supedintendenta
have recently called our attention to
certrMn unscrupulous book agents
now abroad in the state, who enter tha
school houarg and take the time which
properly beiooga to the children, aollo
itlng'tl.e purchase of books. This of
fice Is oppos. d to giving agents any
time dterini school hours and recom
mends thai the county superintend
ents us.- their influence in checking'
s.ny such system of solicitation."
Automobile Law Test.
The case of Tory ell vs. Ihe state,
Which ''am up from Nemaha countv,
was heard in the supreme court Thlj
is tbo ci'se Where Coryell hgd been ar
resit d lo: allowing h!s young son to
a mi an automobll contrary to the law.
Coryell made the defense that arhfig
the bnv was operating the steeling
wheel, ,,e i inse:r t ;u hi huad on the
wheel and bin foot on Ihe brakes. Ha
lag s t forth that the Inw wis uncon
stitutional in that the title to the I rl
gave greater power than did the u !
0aha Griin n File a Como'ainti
Wusbii-.L-ton Oct 1 The Omaha
drain exchange filed ? complaint
ug .in-t th" :inta Pe. the Greit West
ern, S- Paul and practically all the
roada "it ring Kansas City. If charue4
the nads witli erecting grain elevators
in Kan-;is 'if. r.nd vicinity and rent
ing them to subsidiaries at unreason
ably low rei '-.'s. thus giving Kansas
City en aiha.ii.it ever Omaha as a
Teachers' Mret to Be Largest Ever.
Omaha, Oct. 12. -Greater Interest la
being takes in the coming Nebraska
Tf ambers' association convention in
Omaha. Oct. g, 7 and 8. than in any
prevlciis convention. I. inner attend
ance is expected also. Manager Par
rleb of the Commercial dub publicity
bureau ia receiving letters in every
ruall announcing repi esentations from
rurtoas towns throughout the state.
Madison Committee Nominates Nichols
Norfolk, Neb.. 12. County Attorney
.liinu s Nichols of Madison was nomi
nated here j. the Republican county
"cntral committee aa a candidate for
stat)' ropronggtltlTO to fill the va
- anc caused by the death of H Warner.
Admits tha Charges.
Inmates of Custer county poor farm
brought charges ot cruelty against J.
T. Kadrliff, superintendent, claiming
that he had beaten them. He does not
deny Striking some of the inmatea,
but say.- it was necessary.
Kearney Eleven Beats Broken Bow.
Kearney, Neb.. Oct. 12. Broken
Bow was defeated here on the Kear
ney military academy field, when the
soldier boys forced Nigro over the
rttee for a touchdown.
Weeping Water Pioneer Dead.
Weeping Water. Neb., Oct. 14.-
William II Pool, an old time r. sident
or tbi.-, plac . dropped dead while
talking ',a tront of the postofllce.