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BIG PROPERTY LOSS
HURRICANE TAKES TOLL OF LIFE
WASHINGTON WAS SHOCKED
News of Torpedoing of Arabic Takes
Officials by Surprise Gulf
Wind Reaches Illinois
Western Newap.iper Union News Servlco.
DullnB, To.. Thu exact loss of life
resulting from tho throe day liurrlciuio
that swept thu gulf country from Lou
isiana nearly to the Itlo Grande 'will
not bo determined for iIiijh. Thu
known (lead now totnlH 115, but tlio llHt
Is being coiiHtuntly adilc'd to us reports
trlcklo In from thu smaller coat cltlcH.
It 1h certain thut by far tho greater
number of ilcnthR occurred from the
foundering of Binull craft In Galveston
harbor nntl vicinity. Fully two scoro
boats, mostly dredges, tugs nnd fishing
smacks, are missing, and their crows,
totalling probably 300, aro bclloved to
have been lost.
Unconfirmed rumors of entire coas
tal villages, Homo of them with popu
latlons exceeding 1,000, being wiped
out, tend to Indicate that tho storm
toll may extend Into tho thousands,
but It Is generally believed that the
majority of tho residents of these
places wero saved and thnt tho casu
alties are much less than at first ex
pected. Tho property loss In most cases so
far Is merely a matter of speculation.
Galveston, the hnrdest hit In this ro
Bpcct, Is variously reported to hnc
suffered damngo ranging from $3,000,
000 to $15,000,000. Most pcoplo arc
Inclined to ncccpt tho former figure.
Railroad, interurban, telegraph nnd
telephone traffic cannot be restored to
normal for weeks
WASHINGTON IS SHOCKED.
Further Aggravation of Already Tense
Washington. News of the torpedo
ing of tho British steamer Arabic, of
to Whtto Star lino, with Americans
aboard, enmo ns a shock to officials of
the United States government, who
had hoped since tho dispatch of tho
last Amerlcnn noto there would bo no
further aggravation of nn already
tense situation between the United
States and Germany.
Official Information was mengor nnd
It was only through press dispatches
that It was Icarnod that tho vessol was
torpedood without warning.
When It was recognized thnt n can
xasa of tho Burvlvors might reveal that
no American lives wero lost, tho tor
pedoing without warning of n vessol
carrying Amorlcnns has In Itsolf been
pronounced by tho United States gov
ernment as a violation of ltB rights
which If repeated would bo regarded
an "dollboratoly unfriendly."
In tho last nolo to Germany, which
wsh accepted as tho flnnl word on the
principles of tho question from tho
United States, Secretary Lansing used
tho following langungo In referring to
violations of American rights In the
"Friendship Itsolf prompts It (tho
United States government) to say to
tho imperial government that repeti
tion by tho commanderB of German
naval vessels of acts In contravention
of these rights must bo regarded by
tho government of tho United States
when thoy affect Amerlcnn citizens na
Gulf Wind Coming North.
Alton, 111. Tho leveo of Wood river
st East Alton gnvo way Friday and
aont flood wntors rushing through the
streets, tearing down barns and small
homos nnd forcing tho occupants of
larger dwellings to upper stories for
safety. Appeals for motor boats and
skiffs to rescue hundreds of marooned
persons wero sent to Mayor Deal or
AH avallnblo river craft wns used
to roscuo tho marooned at East Al
ton. Tho passengers of tho stalled
trains woro compelled to spend the
night In tholr coaches through tho In
nbllliy of tho crow to obtain boats.
Jersoyvlllo nnd Belleville, near horo,
woro In dorknoHs, tho power plants,
ob well as other parts of these cities,
Btandlng In fiom ono to four foet of
wator, Morning newspapers In Bollo
vlllo wero gotten out by candlo light
nnd with hand set typo.
Paris. Tho government commltteo
ln chargo of provisioning of Paris has
decided to recommend that nil restrlc
tlons bo romoved from tho sale of re
frigerated meat Imported from Amer
ica. Hitherto only certain dealers
havo been permitted to sell this ment.
Paris. A Havns dispatch (from Zu
rich says that the latest report regard
ing cholera made by tho Austro-Hun-garlan
minister of Intorlor states that
the disease Is spreading In that king
dom. Six hundred nnd soventy now
cases havo been officially reported,
To Apprehend Frank Lynchers.
Atlanta, Qa. All tho legal machin
ery available to Govornor Hnrrls will
be put Into motion to apprehend tho
men who lynched Leo M. Frank at
Marietta. Governor Hnrrls so an
nounced when ho came from Fitzger
ald, On., whero ho wns attending n
stnto confedernto veterans' reunion.
"This nffnlr Is shocking, nnd I nm
going to hnvo It investigated to tho
very limit of my power," said Gov
He has not made up his mind ex
actly what will bo done immediately.
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GOLD IS SHIPPED TO COAST
WILL ESTABLISH GOVERNMENT
IN OLD CAPITAL.
Bullion Being Transferred to Meet
Prospective Demands Liner
Arabia Torpedoed Off
Western Newnpnuer Union Nonii Hfrvlce
Washington. General Cnrrauzn, It
Is learned hero, Is preparing to move
from Vorn Cruz to Mexico City at once
und to hnvo IiIb government estab
lished In tho old capital by tho time
his response to tho puu-Amerlcnn
pcaco nppcal reaches Washington.
According to all information reach
ing horo Carrnns-n, In replying to tho
pan-American appeal, will reject tho
peaco conference proposed and urge
recognition of his government as tho
surest guaranty of peaco. It became
apparont that Carrnnza's generals In
tend to let their first chief answer
tho conferees for them when re
sponses from thorn, Including General
Agullar, govornor of Vora Cruz, ar
rived, stating that It would bo n
breach of discipline for tho genornls
to answer independently.
Liner Arabic Torpedoed.
London. Tho big "Whlto Star liner
Arabic, formerly a favorlto ship of the
Liverpool-Doston servlco, but which
on her present trip was on tho wny to
Now York, was torpeoded and sunk
by a German submarine Thursday
morning southeast of FnstneL
The steamer, nccordlng to a state
ment by tho Whlto Star line, was at
tacked without warning and went
down In ten minutes. Of 423 persons
on board 1S1 passengers nnd 242
members of the crow thirty-two are
missing nnd nrc believed to havo per
ished. Most of those who havo not
been accounted for belong to the
crew. Only sl of the pnssengers aro
GOLD IS SHIPPED TO COAST.
To Meet Prospective Demands $10,
000,000 Bullion Transferred.
Washington. In anticipation of pos
slblo largo shipments of gold through
San Francisco the treasury depart
ment has Incrcnsed tho bullion fund
of tho San Francisco mint by $10,
000,000. This was done In response
to a message from tho mint which
"Increase our bullion fund. Ad
vised of shipments that will exhaust
tho present balanco within tho next
Where tho shipments of gold were
to come from has not been Indicated
to tho treasury, although there havo
been Intimations current that somo
shipments were coming In tho settle
ment of trade balances with Grent
Britain from Australia and tho Afri
can gold fields.
London. Kovno, ono of tho crucial
points In tho Russian defensive ln tho
north, has been enptured by tho Ger
mans, and the road to tho VUnn, War
saw nnd Potrogrnd railway is now
open to tho troops of Emperor William
Tidings or tho fnll of the Russian
fortress wero greeted In Berlin by a
snluto of fifty "victory" shots at noon
in the Lustngurten, nnd all tho church
bolls In the enpltal wero rung.
Tho enpture of the fortress was nn
other triumph for the Gorman 1G-Inch
guns which throughout tho present
war have been brought ngalnst no for
tifications they woro nnnble to reduce.
With tho fortress of Kouio tho Ger
mans havo taken over 400 guns nnd,
according to their account, nn enor
mous quantity or wnr material.
South Bond, Ind. Silas N. Ehersole,
a former Dunkard minister, held for
tho murder of Hazel Mncklin ln Au
gust, 1914. committed suicide by hang
ing himself in tho county Jail hero.
Bulgaria Short on Ammunition.
London, Tho key to tho Balknn sit
uation may lie In n shortage of ainmu
sltlon In Bulgnrla, suggests the Dally
Mall In nn nrtlclo which deals with
"Germany's desire to ship ammunition
to that country " In spite of this view,
tho Dally Mall cites the alleged state
ment of tho Gorman miliary nttacho at
Bucharest, who, in pleading with Ru
mania to allow munitions to pass
through that border, doclnres that
there wero not Intended for Turkey,
but destined for Bulgaria, which is
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN LOSS
Llberallsts Think Germany's Expan
slon Would Offer Great Protec
tion Villa Will Accept
Western Newspaper Onion News Servile.
Dallas, Tox. Scores of IIvcb were
lost nnd millions of dollars' worth of
property was destroyed In the West
Indian hurricane thnt swept the Texas
coaHt, uccordlng to information re
ceived from tlio stricken distrlsts,
which havo been cut off from wire
communication with the outside world.
Tho total number of dead reported
was nearlng a hundred, with no defi
nite news of Gnlvcston, which city is
believed to havo been hnrdost hit.
There Is considerable suffering In
the city. The wnter system, lighting
system, gas nnd street car systems
aro out of commission. There is no
drinking wator In tho city.
Eighteen soldiers, It Is said, woro
killed at Texas City, tho regular army
camp near Galveston, and thirty or
forty civilians also are roported dead
Six deaths aro roported from Ln
Porte, Tex., eight from Morgan's Point
and threo from Sylvan Bench.
Between fifty nnd sixty soldiers nre
said to have been injured at Texat
City. Threo nro reported loBt at Sea
brook, nenr Houston.
Villa to Accept Peace Overtures.
Washington. Tho reply of General
Francisco Villa to the pan-Amcrlcnn
ippenl for peace will soon be placeJ
In tho hands of Secretary Lansing, of
tho state department. Villa's rejoin
dor has been received by Mr. Lloieiito,
tho Villa agent here. Tho reply hai
not been mndo public, but It Is under
stood to accept tho offer of tho con
ferees to aid In restoring pence in
TO EXTEND HER BOUNDARIES.
Germany's Expansion Would Offer
Berlin. Resolutions calling for the
extension of German frontiers, as tho
result of the war, wero adopted by tho
oxccutlvo committee of the national
liboral party, which met Tuesday nt
tho relchstag. Tho resolutions mado
tho following declaration:
"The outcomo of tho present war
can only bo a peaco, which by ex
panding our frontiers cast, west and
over seas will protect us militarily,
politically and economically against
now attacks and componsnto us for
tho enormous sacrifices which the
Germnn nation already has made and
1b determined to continue until a vic
Thousands Starving In Mexico City.
Puobla, Mox. Thousands or people
ln Moxlco City aro starving nnd bodies
or women nnd children are daily being
picked up In tho streets there, accord
ing to an Amorlcan Red CrosB agent
who nrrlved horo from tho capital.
Traveling between Moxlco City and
Vora Cruz Is rognrdod ns dangerous
and tho rallioud lines aro Infested
with bands or Zapata followers. Al
most every day a train loaded with
Carranza troops Ib blown up and fow
civilians venturo on tho road.
Denied Guilt cp Edge of Grave.
Mnrlottn, Ga - A number of stories
that pii'i'ort to be recitals of what
happened nt tho lynching of Leo M.
Frank have been henrd Nono, for ob
!ouh reiiBons, boro the name of the
man alleged to havo mado tho state
ment, but ln at least two Instances It
wns said that "one who know" had
told an Intlmato friend whnt took placo
and tho friend had mado the story pub
lic. Tho notable feature or these ac
counts was that In nil except ono it is
repeated that Frank maintained to the
end that ho was innocen.
Omaha. Nebraska may be able to
supply tho American demand ror pot
ash, tho supply or which hna been nb
solutely cut off by the European war.
A local company Is nlready shipping
approximately 100,000 pounds of good
potash every week and tho output or
the plant will bo doubled and trebled
many times ns soon as tho proper ma
chinery can ho Installed Tho supply
or potash rrom which tho Omaha men
nro securing their shipments to vari
ous parts or tho United States comes
rrom n lako out in Sheridan county,
nenr the town or Alliance.
MR AGAINST TURK
ITALY 8ENDS TURKEY DECLARA.
TION OF HOSTILITIES.
TOTAL DEAD IS THIRTY-NINE
Latest Estimates on Lives Lost in
Sinking of Arabic Fjfty Millions
Lost In Storm in .
Western Newxp.iper Union News Service.
London. Italy has declared war
ngulnst Turkey and tho Italian ambas
sador haB loft Constantinople. This
announcement is made in u Router
telegram from Constantinople via Ber
lin and Amsterdnm. Marquis 1)1 Gar
roni, Italian nmbassndor to Turkey,
bus handed to the porte n note do
clnrlng Italy considered herself ln n
state of war with Turkey and demand
ed his passports, nccordlng to nn of
ficial telegram from Constantinople
received nt Amsterdam nnd transmit
ted to tho Central News. Tho reasons
given In the note for Itnly's declara
tion of war were the support given by
Turkey to tho revolt In Llhjn and the
prevention of the depnrture of Itnllun
residents from Syria.
Property Damage of Fifty Millions.
Galveston, Tex. A total or 256
known dead residents of southeast
Texas coast polnt3 nnd tho crews of
wrecked craft or all kinds, sixty-five
persons missing, many of whom aro
believed to have perished, and prop
erty damage close to fifty million dol
lars was the toll taken by tho hurrl
enno which swept this section last
Monday and Tuesday.
These figures were reached from a
enroful compilation made or what aro
considered tho most authentic reports
or loss of life nnd property received
slnco tho cessation of tho storm.
TOTAL DEAD THIRTY-NINE.
Latest Figures of White Star Line on
Sinking of Arabic.
QuecnBtown. Thirty-nine persons
lost their lives In tho sinking of the
steamer Arabic, tho White Star line
has nnnounccd after completing an in
vestigation regnrdlng the total number
or persons aboard. It Is stated that
twelve cabin pnssengers, six steerage
passengers nnd twenty-one members
of the crow cannot be accounted for
and must be put down ns lost.
Cuts Loose from Turkish Yoke.
Van, Turkish Armenia. The GOO
year reign of the Turk has been
brought to an end, for the present nt
least, In both the town nnd tho vilayet
of Van. A foundation of Armenian
autonomy has been laid however, by
the nnmlng of one of the Armenian
loaders, Aram, who wns a former su
pervisor of schools, ns civil governor
and tho establishment of n provisional
administration. The vllnyct of Van
has an area of about 15,000 squaro
miles with n population of soveral
thourand. Tho story of the revolt, by
which Turkey has lost control of this
ancient region, has not hitherto been
told with much fulness.
Submarines Take Many Lives.
London. Gorman submarines havo
caused tho death or 1,736 civilian non
combatants. Including llfi Amorlcnns,
bIiico Gorman warfare on merchant
men wns formally launched February
18. The Lusltnnla death toll of 1,157
on May 7 wns the largest. Tho liner
Falaba was sunk March 28, with n loss
of 111 lives. Best available Informa
tion shows thirty-two persons aboard
tho Arabic missing, and probably dead
Fire Prevention Day.
New York. Tho Are Insurance and
flro prevention committees of the
Safety First Federation of America an
nounce that they have selected Oc
tober 0 as tho date for an annunl na
tional flro prevention day. Those com
mittees nro composed of membors from
all parts of the United States and Can
ada. Young Men Called to Colors.
Paris. The Russian embassy an
aounccs that by decree of the emperor,
young men of tho class of 1910 havo
been called to tho colors, dating from
August 20. No exemptions whatever,
by reason of family connections or or
study nbroad will bo allowed, tho an
Getting Ready for Cattle Shipments.
Omnlin, Neb. Railroads oporatlng
Into tho cattle country of westorn Ne
braska. Wyoming nnd South Dakota
nro rushing nil nvallahlo cattlo cars
Into that section In preparation for the
big shipments of grnss red cattlo Info
tho Omaha markets. The run or grass
orB Is nlready fairly heavy on the local
morkct. but the real shipments nrc not
expected to begin for several days.
Plenty of rain has caused an nbun
dnnco of grass on tho ranges nnd cat
tlo nre expected to bo In better condi
tion than ever before
Heavy Shipment of Gold.
Snn Francisco, Cnl. Two million
dollars in gold sovorclgnB of British
colnago arrived hero on the steamer
Vonturn, shipped by Australian bank
ers nnd consigned to San Frnnclsco
banks, to bo coined nt Uio United
States branch mint Into gold coins of
tho United States. The money is to
bo placed to tho credit of Australian
nnd EngllBh banks temporarily. The
British gold was received hero by tho
WollB Fargo Nevada National bank,
tho Bank of Commerce and the Anglo
Paris National bank.
BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRA8KA
'Monday, September 6 Is Labor day.
Tho alfalfa mill at Albion is making
arrangements to reopen.
Beatrice Congregatlonallsts will
erect a new $16,000 church edifice.
Tho new $75,000 Carnegie library at
College View Is nearlng completion.
Friday, the 13th, case No. 191.313
was filed In tho supremo court at Lin
coln. Omaha will get the next convention
or the United Master Butchers ol
Llcenso won at the recent election
at Superior, by a majority or twenty
Tho village or Adams voted down
tho waterworks proposition nt a re
Kearney is enjoying a "siege" or
building, said to bo one or the biggest
booms In yenrs. '
Orlln Sturms, 11-year-old Falrbury
boy, was drowned In tho Blue river
near that placo.
Tho Ford nuto company will put in
a quarter million dollar assembling
plant nt Omaha.
Hastings Mthodlsts will lay tho
corner stone or their now church edi
fice September 12.
Hagonow's. Green's, and tho Firth
Regiments bands will give dally con
certs at the state fair.
Prominent democrats over tho state
nro arranging for n Woodrow Wilson
day at the fair this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hyatt of Murray,
celebrated their 60th wedding anniver
sary one day last week.
One of the big ovents ln tho state
will bo the German-American Volks
fest at Syracuse, August 26
Frank Drassel, chief of tho Verdlgre
flro doprtment was drowned while in
swimming near that place.
Tho national convention of tho
Farmers' union will hold its sessions
at Lincoln during state fair week.
The Hastings foundry has refuted
to consider an ordor for war material
from ono of tho European nations.
A plea for peaco and a patriotic flag
display will bo a feature or the labor
day parade at Lincoln, September 6.
Nebraska retailers will make their
outing an annual affair and will hold
their 1916 meeting again at Omaha.
"William H. Munger, United States
district Judge. Is dead at his home in
Omaha of nervous and kidney trouble.
William Hyer, a former resident of
Nebraska City, fell dead of heart fall
nre on tho depot platform at Paolo,
A campaign to raise funds for a
Bessoy memorial has been inaugu
rated by university alumni and stu
dents. Holdups of harvest hands returning
from tho fields aro being pulled off
regularly, three occurring in the state
Tho Lincoln postofllco has received
authority from the department to
again give a parcel post demonstration
at tho state fair.
York people aro Jubilant over the
prespect of a brand new modern rail
road depot, tho Northwestern having
promised to erect ono.
At a meeting of the directors or tho
Alllanco commercial club $150 wns ap
propriated to help pay tho expenses
or an exhibit at the stato fair.
All records for rainfall nt Fremont
for a twenty-four hour period wore
broken last Monday when 5 10 inches
fell ln less than threo hours.
Four year old Ida Koplln of Lincoln,
ate blchlrorido of mercury tnbletB,
thinking them candy. Prompt nctlon
of a physician saved her life.
Two Lincoln men have Invented an
appliance to prevent tho torpedoing of
vessels, and tho U. S. navy depart
ment Is investigating its usefulness.
Work has already been started by
somo of tho earlier concesslonlsts at
the Manufacturers' building toward
getting their quarters fixed up for the
A seven inch rain fell at Cortland
Tuesday night and crops were dam
aged considerably. Wheat ln the shock
was budly damaged east and south
and cellars wero flooded in the town.
Entries of cattle at tho coming state
fair are coming in fast and promise to
make good exhibits.
Sales to the amount of half a mil
lion were made nt tho tractor show at
Fremont last week. ,
F. W. Matthlessen of Omaha was
fatally burned when a gasoline blow
torch with which he was working ex
ploded, enveloping him ln a mass of
George Kloskowskl, a harvest hand,
was shot nt Lincoln when ho failed to
heed n halt warning from n policeman.
Ho wns hurried to a hospital, but died
in a fow hours.
Stockholders of the Tecumseh Na
tional bank havo decided to chango
tho bank from a national to a state
Two Beatrice boys named Salts nnd
Booth are Buffering from serious burns
from carbolic ncld, received, It Is al
leged, when a playmate throw the fiery
liquid on tholr hips nnd legs.
Henry Baughnmn, an cmployeo of
the sand pits near Loulsvillo, ln an
effort to savo his life, braced himself
against machinery in which his hand
had been caught and succeeded In
tearing his partly mangled left nrm
Ioobo from, his body.
The first annual Knights of Pythias
picnic at Ashland drew a big crowd,
visitors being presont from many
towns over the state.
More money has been spent this
year for special features at tho stato
fair than over before, tho management
promising a record breaker ln every
Special servlco will bo given by nil
tho railroads entering Lincoln during
tho stato fair week, Soptomber 6 to
11. Tho Bchcdulo will differ llttlb
from last year with oxtra train serv
ice on tho biggest days of tho fair
FOOD COMMISSION TAKE8 IN
OVER $16,000 DURING JULY
NEWS OF THE STATE HOUSE
Items of General Interest Gathereo
From Reliable Sources at
Western Newspaper Union yews Service.
Food Commissioner Harman has
given oat his monthly financial state
ment for July, which srnnshed all pre
vious records for the amount of fees
Tho food commission, with Its oil,
weights and measures, feeding etuffa
Inspection nnd other adjuncts, took in
during July the sum of $10,311, which
Is about $3,000 more than it ever be
fore collected ln one month. This Is
three times the nmount of money need
ed to run tho department for that
length of tlmo.
The department now hns to its
credit In the state treasurer's office an
unexpended balance of nearly $100,000,
accumulated during the past two years
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son. Few Nebraska anglers know that
such specimens can be taken In this
and threo months, and representing
tho excess of receipts over expendi
tures during that period.
July collections were divided as fol
lows: Oil Inspection fees. $8,795; per
mlts, $7,114; feeding stuffs tags, $52;
weights nnd measures inspections
$350; miscellaneous, $3.
Vaccinating Nebraska Hogs
Thirty-seven permits for tho sale ol
hog cholera serum ln Nebraska have
been issued by the llvo stock Ba.nl
tary board of the stqte, under tho new
law that became effoctivo'in July. Ol
this number, twenty-two wero issued
to persons or firms having their busi
ness headquarters outside of Nebraska
and fifteen to parties in this state,
Wholesalo and retail dealers in
serum as well as manufacturers, nre
required to havo permits. Tho law
was passed to Insure state supervision
of this commodity offered for sale in
Nebraska, as paBt experience showed
that some of tho product on tho market
wns not of good quality nnd In a few
instances its use did moro harm than
Tho number of hogs vaccinated
against cholera during July and the
first ten days of August was 12,301,
according to reports mado to the state
veternarion's office. In performing
those vncclnatlons, 373,774 cubic centi
meters of serum and 8,262 cubic cent!
meters of virus were used this being
ln tho proportion of 45 to 1.
According to assessors' reports and
other data collected, the stato of Ne
braska had one and one-half million
hogs on April 1. During the year ended
on that date 700,697 hois died ot
Cholera Is by far the most fatal dls
easo which affects hogs in , fact, it is
practically the only fatal malady that
has caused any material loss to the
ewlnobrceders of the state. By keep
ing up tho quality ot serum It is be
lieved tho mortality can be greatly re
duced. Convicts at the penitentiary will
shortly get their first tryout at perma.
nent rond making when a gang to put
to work on tho state's bliaro ot the
now stato farm paving, nenr Lincoln.
Favors Brickmaklng Plant
"If tho paving of public highways
with brick increases in Nebraska as
It promises to do, tho stato ought to
find a good clay bed ln Nebraska and
there establish a branch penitentiary
for tho mnnuracture or brick," soys ex
Governor Holcomb, a member or the
stnto board of control. "The state
could surely make ,a great supply of
brick for municipalities, counties or
any district desiring to pave highways.
Tho state might in addition furnish
considerable labor for tho laying of the
pavement. Long term men could be
worked in the factory and ehort term
men might also be given labor that
could bo learned In a short tlmo. The
desire of tho stato Is to furnish work
for tho prisoners. By laying brick at
cost tho demand for tho output ought
to be large. As much of tho work is
performed by machinery tho stato
could with a comparatively small num.
her of men manufucturo a large
amount of paving brick.
The stnto auditor's oflleo has reg
istered $25,000 of city hall bonds, is
sued by Benson, n suburb ot Omaha,
which has not yet been absorbed
tf,. IX .'.J
i Ta - .-'& n Htm
P - ; W.SV