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THE SEEM-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
I1U. L. BAIU9. Publisher.
TETRMS, fl.IS IN ADVANCH.
EPITOME OF EVENTS
PARAGRAPH8 THAT PERTAIN TO
(HE SHORT BUT INTERESTING
Brltf Mention of What It Trentplrlng
In Various Sections of Our Own
nJ Fortlgn Countries.
TOwa progressives doclaro thoy will
continue tho organization.
lllinoio women's clubs will mako a
demand for equal ouffraeg.
President Taft will 1111 all oxlstlng
acrnclos Ireforo bis torrn oxplros.
In a shooting affray at Clifton,
Ariz., three mon wero killed oiid two
H. H. Miller of Council Bluffs was
elected nrcsldont of Uio Iowa veteri
Unofllclal advice from Washington
affecting nlno army posts, has been
received nt Fort D. A. Russell.
Twenty-elgbt persons wero Injured,
one fatally In a wreck on tho Frisco
railroad, near Slnton, Texas.
President Taft Issued a proclama
tion llxlug tho rates for passage of
tho Panama canal by foreign ships.
Kdwln Williams, a studont aviator
nt n uchool near San Diego, fell 160
eel, sustaining probably fatal in
lirles. . President Tuft told Daughters of
Iho Confederacy that good would
como from tho elcctW of a dotnocrat
Surgeomf operated upon William
f,orltner, former United States son
Htor, for appendicitis. Tin oporatlon
was declared a bucooub.
A dispatch from Cantiin, China,
pays: Canton has an army ready to
Do of norvlco If called to arms against
tho Rtis8iaiB in Mongolia.
At Buffalo, N. Y. o. wealthy frator
ry man confessscd to having com
mitted many ifirdors, and, told where
to find several of tho bodies.
As tho censorship permlUi no news
to como from tho front, tho situation
at tho Bono of tho fighting In tho
Balkan" i moro porploxlng than over.
Thr, British battleships lllbornla
ComtionwtaJth, Dominion and Brit
nnl'i and tho armored cmlsora Black
P'Jnco and Cumberland, arrived at
Represontatlvo Nicholas W. Long
worth of Ohio, who 'was defeated for
re-oljctlon by nlnoty-soven votes,
spent $l,r00 in his campaign. Ills op
ponent! Stanley E. Bowdlo, roported
that ho spont $875.
Tho social season at the Whlto
IIouho will begin Decombcr 12, whon
tho president and Mrs. Taft wlll give
the annua) dinner to tho cabinet. Dur
ing tho season thoy will gtvo recep
tions and four dinners.
Ballagh, Neb., haa sprung Into
prominence through being a place of
rofugo for J. B. McNamara, in 1910.
This fact waa disclosed in tho Indian
apolis dynamite trial. Ballagh is in
Tha banking rosourcos of the Unit
ed States during tho last four years
havo oxcooded by billions tho record
of any similar period in tho history
of tho nation, declared Lawrence 0.
Murray, comptroller of tho curroncy,
In a Btutomcnt.
(lovomor Woodrow Wilson an
nounced that Immediately after his In
auguration as prcsldont or tho United
States ho would call an oxiraordlnary
session of congress to conveno not
later than April IE, for the purposo of
revising tho tnrlff.
Fifty mon are dragging tho Illinois
river bolow the La (Iran go dam, nine
ty inlleB south of Poorla, searching for
tho bodleu of William Mooro of Chi
cago nnd hi" three companions, who
aro thought lo have beon drowned
whllo tryU" to shoot tho dam In
Tha Qrtnd Trunk railroad of Cono
da Is negotiating with tho Now York,
Now Haven & Hn-tford railroad for
the rlf.lit not only to reach Boston and
ProvHonco over tho lines of tho latter
road, but to carry its buslnoss Into all
utatlauB of tho cntlro Now Haven
ys7om of railroading.
JLn Chicago Charles Jones, a pollce
truo, was Bhot and killed lu attempt
Ing to break up a gathering of West
'lido hoodlums. Tho boys ran away
vhen tho policoman ordered thorn to
ilspene, but ono of them shot Jonos
twice in tho right side and ho died
on tho war to a hospital.
At Ilollette, N. D., covjerlng their
victims with revolvers, two masked
men held up seven men In pool room,
securing $2,200. Ono man waa forced
M give up $1,500. Coming Into tho
room through opposito doors, tho rob
bers order their victims to throw up
their hands and stand In a row.
Senator Martin and Ropresentatlvo
Carlin of Virginia urged President
Taft to use his lnfluenco to expend
the 500,000 granted by congress for
experimental postal roads on a high
way from Washington to Mount Ver
non. Secretary of the Interior Fisher an
nounced the appointment of David
Whlto as chief geologist of tho United
State geological survey.
Lake City, Utah, to spend IG3.000
for what proved to be cheaply prepare
ed volumes, according to Mrs. Bird's
complaint in n suit she bognn in tho
Forty-four Roumanian soldiers wero
drowned whllo crossing a lake.
Tho complete count In California
gives Roosovelt a slight lead.
All hope of floating tho stranded
liner Royal Ueorgo has been aban
doned by its owners.
Methodist bishops, In session at To
ledo, O., planned a campaign of pub
licity. Tho resignation of Ambassador
Bryco may tie up the arbitration
Tho United States this year ralsod
by far tho greatest corn crop In its
Governor Donccn has decided not
to call an extra session of tho Illinois
President-elect Wilson is keeping
his mind open on the question of an
Roosevelt says he Is proud of tho
showing mado by tho progressives In
tho first battle.
Lives of foreigners In Constantin
ople are safeguarded in tho event of a
Thousands of pcoplo attended Min
neapolis day nt tho Northwestern
Tho French armored cruiser Mon
tlam has been ordered to proceed at
onco to Constantinople.
Witnesses from tho Pacific coast
havo been taken to Indianapolis to
testify at tho dynamlto trial.
William Campbell Clark, one of Uie
world'H leading thread manufacturers,
died at his homo at Newark, N. J.
An adverso vote was suffered by
tho British government In tho houso
of commons over tho homo rulo bill.
Unity of north nnd south was tho
Bontlment at tho confederate corner
stono laying at Arlington cemetery.
Miss Florence F. Wilson of Now
York eclipsed all past typewriting
records by writing at tho rate of 110
words a mlnuto for ono hour.
Henry I. StlmBon, secretary of war
left aboard tho steamship Zacapn for
Cristobal, to Inspect tho sites of tho
proposed fortlllcatlons of tho Panama
Disappointed becauso their baby
was n boy Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kopp
wrapped tho child In a shawl and
tossed him into tho Ohio river at Can
ton. Tho Interstate Funeral Directors'
association, which Includes tho stntcB
of Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota and
Nobraskn, was organized at Sioux,
John Joneo, a wealth farmor, forty
flvo years old, was Bhot and killed at,
his homo noar New Alia, Okl., by nn
unknown person who burned Jones
houso to hldo his crime.
Thrco cracksmen blow open tho
safo in a saloon on West Madison and,
Hnlstod streets, Chicago, and escnpodi
with Ja.GOO after binding the barton
dor and porter with ropos.
Tho resignation of JameB Bryco as
BritlBh ambassador to tho United
Statos and tho appointment of Sir Ce-
ell Spring-Rico au his successor was' !
olllclnlly nunounced at London.
Tho Armour Packing company was
Indicted by tho federal grand Jury at
Kansas City on tho charge of violat
ing tho national pur food laws in a J
uiipiiiuui ui eggs irom lvansas uuy to
Attorney Oonornl Wickorsham, ltj
was learned, will not retry tho criml-.
nal anti-trust suit against tho bath
tub trust until tho supremo court of
tho United States decides tho civil'
enso against tho combination.
Washington. -Tho auprome court
decided that It was not necessary to
hoar arguments In favor of the con
stitutionality of tho South Dakota
"unfair BnleB" law. This was accept
ed as equivalent to a decision in sup
port of tho law.
PoBtmnBtor General Hitchcock an-s
nounccd that approximately $28,000,
900 had boon deposited to dato In
postal savings depositories by 290,000,
Individuals avoraglng JOG per deposi
tor. Tho Bystom Is now operated in'
12,773 postolIlcoB and 7,357 banks
havo qualified to received postal sav
Members of tho subcommittee of
tho arbitration commltteo appointed
to adjust tho dispute between fifty
oastern railroads and tho Brotherhood'
of Railway Engineers In Chicago
found their tontntlvo decision so un-t
satisfactory that another week will
bo taken for drawing up u revised
Jack Johnson, negro pugilist, ac
cused of violation of tho Mann whlto
slavo act, was released from custody
boforo Judgo Carpenter In tho United
States district court at Chicago, In
bonds of $30,000. Tho surotlos ac
cepted wore tho pugilist's mothor,
Tiny Johnson, and Matthew S. Bald
win, a real ostato dealer.
All Oroek subjects In tho United
States who served In tho Grecian
army us rocrults In 1896, 1897 and
1898 aro called upon to return to arms
In a dispatch recolved nt tho Greek
legation. Thoy aro expected to Join
tho nrmy within four months. It Is
stated at tho legation that already bo
tweon 10,000 and 12,000 Greeks havo
roturned homo from the United
States under similar orders.
Tho Wyoming legislature Is repub
lican by two majority.
Ortio McManlgal testitlod ho bo
lloved J. B, McNuinuru once tried to
Governor-elect Morehead of Ne
braska paid $85 for "help" and tha
election cost him $C;in,
President O'Neill of the Western
Baseball leaguo says next year's
Bchodulo will provide for 168 gameB.
Ovor 100 Nebraska manufacturers
gathored at Omaha to form a state
Jarnos Dryce, the British ambassa
dor to the United States, baa tendered
his resignation and will return to1
EXTRA 3E89ION TO CONVENE
NOT LATER THAN APRIL 15.
TO REDEEM PARTY PLEDGES
Tariff Revision to Be the Theme.
Party Leaders Counsel This."- Pana
ma Canal to Open In 1913.
Now York Governor Woodrow Wil
son has announced that immediately
after his inauguration as president of
tho United States ho would call an ex
traordinary session of congress to
convene not later than April 15, for
tho purposo of roviwlng tho tariff. To
set at rest In tho meantlmo specula
tion as to what ho would do with re
gard to tariff rovislou ho issued the
"I shall call congress together In
extraordinary session not later than
April 15. 1 shall do this not only be
causo I think that tho pledges of the
party ought to be redeemed as
promptly as possible, but also becauso
I know it to bo in tho Interest of
business that all uncertainty as to
what tho particular ItoniB of tariff re
vision aro to bo should bo removed
as soon as possible"
Beyond this brief announcement the
governor said ho had nothing further
to say. Most of tho opinions ho had
received from public men seemed to
bo in favor of an extra session, ho de
clared. Hastens Announcement
Tho governor did not intend to ex
press himself nbout an extra session
so soon after his election. Although
ho has favored tho Idea of an extra
session bocauso tho present arrange
ment would not bring tho now con
gress into Bcsslon until thlrteon
months after its election, ho had
promised to spend moro timo In as
certaining public opinion.
Tho governor wub Impressed by the
argument that with an early arrange
ment democratic loadors In congress
could begin to take counsel at an ear
ly dato bo that much of tho prelimi
nary detail could bo worked out be
fore congress convened on April 15.
Tho governor was prompted incident
ally in making his early announce
ment by tho fact that many mombora
of congress wero desirous of arrang
ing for accommodations In Washing
ton for tho extra session, if thero vas
to bo one.
Immediately upon his election tho
govornor mado up his mind to wait
until after ho returned from his vaca
tion beforo making known his attl
tudo, but upon finding, as ho said, that
opinion In favor of a special session
waB practically unanimous, he felt no
hesitation nbout making public his
Though the pre8ldont-eloct means
to rest awhllo In Bermuda, ho really
expects to glvo a good deal of time
to qulot thought about tho problems
that faco him. Ho will sketch his an
nual moasago to tho Now Jersey legis
lature and will do some extensive
reading on data on tho tariff, monopo
lies, banking nnd currency reforms,
and other Issues.
NEW MILITARY PLAN.
Secretary Oliver Wants States to Co
operate With Government.
Washington. Somo tlmo noxt sum
mer or fall, no exact date being
specified, a vessel will pass from tho
Atlantic to the" Pacific ocoans across
what in now tho Isthmus or Panama,
which consequently must disappear
from the world's geography, and by
tho samo human agency, the western
hemisphere will bo dlveded into two
continents. Tho vossel will not bo
tho Oregon nor nny other famous ship,
but will bo ono of tho small water
craft In dally use by tho canal build
ers; and probably tho only passenger
will bo Colonel Goorgo W. Goothals,
and tho staff of American englneors,
who for tho laBt eight years have
been carrying on tho greatest engl
nocrlng work tho world has over seen.
It will be later than that, anywhero
from six months to a year, perhaps,
boforo tho formal opening of tho wa
terway will tako place and n naval
fleet headed by tho famous old Ore
gon, will pass through Into Uio west
ern ocean, and the canal may be fairly
said to bo open to trade.
These factB are not of ofllclal record
as yet; tho dato of January 1, 1915,
still stands for tho opening predicted
by Colonel Goethals, but that the
oponlng will bo anticipated to n great
extent hns been promised by the canal
builders In unofficial Intimation of
their purpoBo to advance the opening
date, In tho annual report of the canal
commission, Just published. It is dis
closed while tho completion of the
great looks by January 1, next, will
not be possible, owing to contract de
lays, within six months thereafter the
channel will be finished.
May Take Up Term Question.
Washington. -President Taft's opin
ion on the 0-year presidential term Is
endorsed by President-elect Wilson
and congress may take up this ques
tion at Us next session and seriously
Governor-elect Very III.
Whoeling, W. Va. The condition of
Governor-elect Dr. H. D. Hatfield, 111
with pneumonia at his home at Eon
man, admlttodly Is grava and his con
NEBRASKA IN BRIEF.
CapL Henry T. Sweet, a Dawos
county pioneer, died recently.
Tho report that Senator Hitchcock
will return at tho end of tho term la
not confirmed by that gentleman.
Nebraska adherents of tho pro
gressive party say tho organization la
not to dio because of detent.
Several hundred commercial teach
ers will bo Jn Omalia November 29
and 30 to attend tho sixth annual
meeting of tho Missouri valley com
mercial teachers' association.
Dlphtorla has broken out in thrco
Omaha schools and the city health de
partment has Issued orders to ob
served very precaution possible to
provont tho spread of tho disease.
At Dakota City, tho Northwestern
depot waB entered by burglars. Four
tickets for Omaha wero taken and an
oxpress package was opened, a suit
of clothes being stolen, tho burglar
leaving his own garments In their
At tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. August
Elchstadt, Sr., early settlers of Fre
mont, their golden wedding anniver
sary was celebrated. A company of
thirty relatives, which Included four
generations, was present.
Tho Johnson county drainage
board Is advertising for bids for bonds
In the sum of $100,635.14, the dato set
for tho opening of tho bids being No
vember 26. Tho bonds will bo issued
for tho purposo of furthering tho
drainage plan along tho Nemaha river
and tributary streams In this county.
Govornor Aldrlch has decided to
establish a legal rosldenco and make
his homo in Lincoln after tho inaugur
ation of Governor-olcct Morehead noxt
January. Tho governor has given it
out that bo will leavo David City and
onter tho practlco of law lu tho capi
James Webb of TecumBoh, sufforcd
a painful accident at Odcll. Ho was
working with a Burlington bridge
gang, being on a scaffold on a steel
bridge. A plank in tho scaffolding
gavo way and Webb foil a distanco of
twenty-flvo feet, alighting on somo of
tho bracing material of tho bridge,
Tho city attornoy and members of
tho light commltteo of tho city coun
cil of Kearney mot and drafted peti
tions asking for a special election
callod for tho purposo of voting $50,
000 bonds for tho construction of a
municipal electric light plant for
commercial purposes voted lost spring
for street lighting purposes only.
Tho board of supervisors of Gago
county has offered a reward of $200
for tho arrest and conviction of tho
party or parties who murdered John
C. Molnts, near tho Western hotel Is
Lincoln several weeks ago. Mr. Molnts
was formerly deputy county clerk.
This now makes a reward of $1,400
for tho apprehension of tho slayer.
President Frank Williams and Sec
retary C. V. Douglas of tho Johnson
county farmers' Institute havo re
ceived word from tho stato university
that tho instructors proposed for tho
short course in agriculture, which was
to bo held in Johnson county in placo
of tho annual farmers' institute can
not bo furnished.
On returns from seven ty-ono coun
ties of tho state a total of 2,430 pro
hibition otes Is shown. In 1908 tho
voto of this party In the entire state
aggregated 5,179. In 1910 thero were
3,877 votes cast by the party, Polk
county with 140 votes and Merrick
county with 1,12 leading tho counties
of tho stato outsldo or Douglas and
Somo Nebraaknns go to tho Rockj
mountains at an expense of $300 Just
to kill ono doer, but any Nebraskan
who desires to do so enn go to Strlb
llng Island in tho Platto rlvor, three
mllos west of Fremont, and kill ono
by paying tho usual lino of $100 for
shooting such animals In this state.
Tho deer was first seen near tho city
of Fromont and was later seen on
Strlbllng Island. Game Warden Miller
has been notified. Ho will endeavor
to protect tho animal from "pursuit of
II. E. Mclvllntock, n surveyor for
tho Union Pacific railway with a forco
or Boven men from Omahn, will start
at onco sun eying tho Union Pacific
tracks between "Beatrice and Holmcs
vlllo with a Wow of raising them
abovo tho Hood line.
Attornoy General Martin Informed
tho county clerks of Keith, Webster
and Nuckolls counties that In his
opinion a majority of nil votes cast
nt tho election is necessary to carry
a county assessor ofilco abolition
monsuro. County clcrkB or these
threo counties wero of tho opiulon
that If tho voto for abolition was
greater than tho voto against, that
tho abolition piogram would carry.
Mr. Martin says not.
Tho effort of the secretaries of the
Btato board of health to obtain in
formation in regard to tho sourco ot
lco and wator supplies used on rail
road trains in Nebraska has brought
forth very littlo responso from tho
railroads. Tho secretaries started the
movement last spring, but got no re
sponse. At their last mooting thoy
asked all railroads to file reports
within thirty days. Tho Union Pacific
nlono has complied.
J. R. Schiller, proprietor of a South
Dakota sanltailum, wont to Columbus
and kidnapped his small son from the
public school. Mrs. Schiller had left
hor hUBband threo months boforo, tak
ing tho child, and had gono to Coluui
bus to live with her parents.
Tom I.ano, No. 2,610, with alias
uamen of John Holt, Albort Johnson,
Earl McNapp and James W. Tompaon,
who was arrested In Seward, was
taken to Lincoln, and turned over to
Deputy Warden Oats of tho Oklahoma
penitentiary. Ho escaped from there
last January and has flro years and
four months to servo for forgery
AS 10 POLITICAL PIE
MODIFIED "IOWA PLAN" IN DIS
HOW TO SECURE
Senator Hitchcock and Democratic
Congressmen of Nehraska Will
Get Together for Consul
tation. A Nebraska modification of what
was onco known as tho "Iowa plr'
in the handling of federal patronage
matters has been suggested by Sena
tor Hitchcock satyr, tho Omaha World
Herald. It has been agreed to by
thoso who by virtue of their official
positions will naturally havo a voice
in tho handling of Nebraska's bhare
of tho ofilco that will bo at the dis
posal of the incoming national admin
istration. These include, beside Sen
ator Hitchcock, tho three democratic
congressmen, Representatives Ma
gulre, Lobeck and Stephens, Dr. P. L.
Hall, tho national committeeman, and
Chairman W. H. Thompson of tho
democratic stato committee. The es
sence of tho plan Js consultation and
agreement with aSjlew to united and
barmonious action that will result iu
a fair and equitable distribution of
As originally proposed by Senator
Allison, and put Into operation by tho
Iowa republican delegation a good
many years ago, tho plan worked very
Senator Hitchcock's mall has been
vory heavy since election with letters
of applicants for federal appoint
ments, and a number of aspirants
havo personally called upon him. For
tho most part tho applicants seek tho
position of postmaster In tho various
towns. In most cases the terms of
tho present holders do not expire for
a year or more, but tho anxious appli
cants evidently tako tho ground that
early action is both wiso and neces
sary. Senator Hitchcock has adopted tho
plan of merely acknowledging tho ap
plication with assuranco that all
claims will bo fairly considered by
himself and by others naturally or of
ficially entitled to a voice In passing
upon applications. To bring about
harmonious action ho has proposed to
tho three democratic congressmen, to
Dr. P. L. Hall, national committeeman,
and to Hon. W. H. Thompson, chair
man of tho state commltteo, a plan of
consultation and cooperation on pat
ronago matters, In lino with tho
For tho present, applications will
bo merely received and filed, and de
cisions will not bo reached until the
tlmo comes to fill vacancies. Then
tho aim will bo to unite Jn making tho
proper recommendations to the presi
dent Under this plan the threo demo
cratic congressmen will naturally
havo tho chief voice In settling post
office questions, each In his own dis
trict, .whllo thoso in republican dis
tricts will be decided on consultation.
Governor Aldrlch has honored a
requisition from the governor of Iowa
for tho return of William C. Gott
alias William C. Gotz, to Council
Bluffs, la., on tho charge or bigamy.
He is alleged to havo married Ioretta
Danahoy nt Council Bluffs, la., Sep
tember 28, when he had a wife living
from whom ho had not been divorced.
Mr. Ferguson's Vote.
J. L. Ferguson of Broken Bow, who
got Into tho United States senatorial
game by petition, desires to know how
ho came out and has been informed
that In fifty counties ho has 239 votes.
Inspection of Prison Horses.
Following a sanitary inspection or
soveral penitentiaries and reforma
torios of western and coast states, J.
E. Murray has returned to Lincoln
with an array of Ideas relative to
changes which may be suggested for
penal and reformatory Institutions of
th,ls Btnte. Mr. Murray made the trip
nt his OArn expense, but was commis
sioned by Governor Aldrlch to visit
the institutions of tho various statos
for tho purpose or gaining points on
sanitation problems. Mr. Murray says
he round Nebraska rar behind many
Tralnor Loses Out.
Tho supreme court or Nebraska
overruled the motion Tor a rehearing
in the caso of Tralnor against Hoctor,
a suit brought by tho former mayor or
South Omaha ngainst Thomas Hoctor.
the present democratic executive.
Tralnor claims that under tfie Btato
law passed by tho last legislature, ox
tending tho term or office, he wub en
titled to tho placo, but tho supreme
court reversed and held thnt since he
had voluntarily relinquished the place
he could not secure relief In the court.
The Socialist Vote.
Returns from twenty-one counties of
tho stato will have to aggregate more
than they ever have before, as far as
the socialist vote Is concerned, If the
total Btato vote of that party exceeds
Its voto of last year. Tho seventy
ono counties that have thus far re
ported to tho secretary of state show
that there were 5,579 socialist votes
caBt this year. Last year there wero
10,003 cast on railway commissioner.
Four years ago'there wero 3,534 votes
cast for tho socialist candidate for
SHOWN BV COWTMEB.
Larger Part Report on Governor
Additional election retuniH, official
and unofficial, frum eighty-four coun
ties on governor ami United Statos
senator aro liertrwUh nroscnicd. Tho
plurality of Morohoud ovor Aldrlch
will be about 12,000. Tho pluralities
of republican cnndldnlcfl below tho of
ilco of governor vdll nvrrago nearly
10,000. Wilson's plurality will be
nearly 30.000. Tho flgureu follow:
McMcKeltln (rrp) 90,551
Dlers (ltm.) 93,146
SKCItKTARS OV HTATli
Walt (ip.) 102,681
Krlley (Jem.) 88,818
Itoword (rep) 100,463
Illclinitmd (clem.) 83,251
Ceoige (rep.) 101,09(
Hall (dem.) 90,101
HUPKRINTKNDENT Ol' HCIIOOUS.
Delzell (rep.) 105,173
Clark (dem.) iS,701
Martin (rep.) 103,601
MorrlsBoy (dem.) 87.0S6
Ueokumn (rfp.) ., 101,40!
Castleman (dem.) 88,195
Taylor (rt-p.) , 8,84'
Hannati (dem.) 91,377
Governor nd Senatnr.
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J.IXO I.KhS 2.06L
JMii ,116 1,235
49 T91 38
,!&) 1,1.81 1.4Ta
Ota r.lU 54C
tl 484 049
481 7)3 496
:!,?.'JH ?,395 2.006
l.XTl 1.71.8 1,14(1
l.VKI 1,458 1.84S
l.M-t 1,575 1,6?"
3323 8,163 2,00i
3S2 337 417
313 471 398
1,14!) J,!7t) 1,617
l.rlti 923 1,120
,GS.: 1,181 1,659
2,M 2.017 2,383
L65 (,96 "Oil
MO ttiik 66H
),Va 1,fC4 1,420
1M 223 13r.
3H 1,490 892
2,33 1 2,141 2,134
I4.S3S 14,03" 12.0'IS
350 46 280
).X6 l,r.7! 1,506
.X4J 1,102 1,238
Ht) 984 710
1,303 1.215 1,174
3, fe8 3,256 2,790
367 363 485
2,83 396 272
tA3 HOT. 4 IB
Jl! 130 94
1 ..if. I
Totals ld7,Ji73 118,b45 1?3,0C6 105,250
Woman Seriously Burned.
Cass County A Horloun accident
occurred on the. farm homo of Rlno
bolt WoltBel Mm Woltsel took a
llRhtcd luntPin and a bucket sho had
just oinptlod of viator, and was dip
ping carbldo out ot tho can and put
ting It into th buckot. O.ib generated
from tho danipnusu in tho bucket and;
Ignited, supposedly irom tho lantern
flashed up, bndly burning her arms
nnd face and, It jh feared, ruined her
Work has bwn commenced on tho
biennial report or tho Nebraska Btato
penitentiary offleJaJa to Uio legisla
ture. Tho report vHI embrace tho
work of the priBon during the years
VJ11 and 1112. and will bo ready for
distribution amojig tho legislators
when thoy asueniblu early In Jan
uary. The report wlfl appear In book
foim, with illustrations of the prison.
Object to Number Thirteen.
Moinbeis of Uio new legislature of
the stato of Nebraska bavo a fine re
spect for boodoolBin Ho far all or tho
state senntors ancl jourosontatlvcs
have refused to tnkn Heat No. 13 or
aont No. 2:;. A frioutl ot Senator-elect
Jacob Klein of Beatrico solocted seat
No. 13 for him, but later Mr. Klein
Bent word that bo cnukl not tako that
Governor Aldrlch hnn decided to es
tablish a legal rcHldonoo and make
his home In Lincoln aftin- tho lnaugu
ration of Covrjinr-olect Morehead
next January. Ho will leave David
City nnd "nter tho practlco of law in
tho cnpltnl cltv.
Solon Spelt Sentc.
Newly elected solonw of the stato
of Nebraska nr engaged jn a scram
ble for desirable henia In 1ho Benato
chamber and In reprwiontnUvo hnll,
and Secretary of Htale WnU Is flooded
with lotterB, verbal requests and ap
plications of friendd on bohaU of the
now legislators. Mr. Walt la reserv
Ing seats as fnht as they aro applied
for without regard for purty amilatlon
and he is assigning to oar.h legislator
elect tho panloular desk vach wants
aa far as Is In bis power to grant per