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HOCK ISLAND, HjL.., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2t, 1903.
PEICE TWO CENTS.
NO ONE TO BLAME
FOR B. & 0. WRECK
HONOR TO BRYAN
CALL OUT TROOPS
SEES BIG MERGER
. OF WESTERN ROADS
Speech Gets Similar Attention to
That Given the Kaiser and
Council Bluffs Officers Have
Trouble Saving Two
Superintendent In Iteport Says the
Five Said too be Concerned Itock
Island Company lie
elects. Accident Was Uoaroid-able.
Shot in Arm While
HAD WRITTEN LETTERS
Denounced the Gover
nor Former Mem
ber of Congress.
Cripple Crock. Colo., Pec. 20. Con
siderable excitement was occasioned
here by the action of Attorney John
M. Glover, formerly a representative
from Missouri, in defying the military,
barricading lu'mself in his office and
only surrendering after receiving a bul
let wound in the arm. Colonel Ver
decklierg, commanding the militia
forces in the district, received a letter
from (ilover denying the legality of the
recent order for the surrender of arms
by the citizens. In his letter Olover
refered to Oovenor Peabody as "a
cheap anarchist." He declared he had
two guns in his office, and defied the
military to take them from him.
Had HI Office Barricaded.
Colonel Verdeckberg at once dis
patched Major Xaylor with a squad to
rapture the attorney and his weanons.
The lawyer's office was found barri
caded, an J Glover appeared with a re
volver, declaring that he would shoot
the first man who attempted to break
down the door. The place was sur
rounded by troops and orders were
given to shoot the man if he appeared
with his gun again. Later Glover ap
peared and several shots were ex
changed, the attorney being wounded
in the arm. after which he was capt
ured. Ordered to Leave the District.
Tellurkle. Colo.. Doe. Ex-Attorney
General Eugene Engley, of Crip
ple Creek, attorney for the striking
union miners of this district, has. it
is reported, been notified that unless
he leaves the district at once he will
be arrested. lie is said to have stated
that he will net go. and that if arrest
ed he will make no effort to secure
bail. J. C Williams, vice president
of the Western Federation of Mineis.
was told by Deputy Sheriff Punnels
that unless he left town at once he
would be arrested. He did not leave,
so far as known, but his whereabouts
are not known at present. There are
rumors of wholesale arrests of strik
ers impending, but nothing is given
WHERK THE UNION IS SUSTAINED
Two Old Employes of the New York fler-
aid Have Lost Their .Jobs.
Xew York, Dec. l".t. Justice Leveu
tritt. in the supreme court, denied the
applications of I.ouis Ouanebi and
Charles Pailcs. respectively foreman
and assistant foreman of the stereotyp
ing department of the New York Her
ald, for a permanent injunction re
straining the New York Stereotypers'
union No. 1 from interfering in any
way with their employment on The
Herald or from securing tnelr dis
charge, or from preventing the mem
bers of the defoudautorganizatioii from
working for The Herald. The plaintiffs,
who have been employes of The Herald
for nearly thirty years, also asked tfie
court to issue an order restoring them
to membership in the defendant un
ion. A stereotyper named Freel was dis
charged from The Herald, and he
made charges to the union against
Quanchl and Pailes as responsible for
his discharge, the result being that
both were dismissed from the union.
The Stereotypers organization then
notified "The Herald, according to the
plaintiffs, that unless Quanchi and
Pailes were discharged theunion would
withdraw its men from The Herald.
The Herald refused to discharge Its
foreman and his assistant, but con
sented to suspend them under salary
until after the courts had passed upon
the merits of the case.
' The. court holds that the men's rela
tions with the union make them amen
able to the rules of that organization,
and that the court cannot interfere.
Ohio ftlan Times His Suicide to Save
the Benefits of $10,000 Life Insurance
Tiffin, Ohio. Dec. . ( leorge W. Ad
ams, a prominent insurance man. for
merly of Chicago,-w hose suicide was
discovered yesterday, had timed his
death just ahead of the expiration of
a policy for $10,000 on his life. The
policy would have lapsed at noon. Mr.
Adams, who was 70 years old, killed
himself at his room in the Empire
house here by shoe ting- himself
Pittsburg, Dec. -U. Superintendent
D. W. Duer. of the Pittsburg division
of the Paltimore and Ohio railroad,
has made a complete investigation of
the cause of the wreckof the Du
quesne limited last Wednesday night,
near Dawson, Pa., and has found that
1.0 employe of the I altimore and
Ohio railroad was responsible for the
accident. The accident is declared to
have been unavoidable.
Superintendent Duer says that the
coroner of Fayette county would hold
an inquest in a few days and that
some points might be brought out at
this hearing which the railroad offi
cials have overlooked." The company
has. however, covered the ground thor
oughly. MARKS AN EPOCH
IN CHURCH MATTERS
Consecration of Catholic Church in
English See First Since
London, Dec. Most liev. Francis
Pourne. Iiomun Catholic archbishop
of Westminster, was enthroned in the
new cathedral of Westminster today
with impressive ceremonies. The ca
thedral of Westminster consecrated
today is the first iiomnn Catholic ca
thedral that has stood in the metro
politan see of England since the refor
mation. JAPAN NOW FINANCED
FOR ALL EMERGENCIES
Tokio. Dec. Lit. Four ordinances
promulgated last night completely
provide for all emergencies, including
the investment of the government
with practically unlimited credit for
the purpose of military defense.
and suggests that the plaintiffs can
appeal to the gene il Imdy with which
their local Union is affiliated, which
had been h-Id to be a -ondition pre
cedent to the right of maintaining an
action to invoke the aid of the court of
1'ICKETS HAVE TO I'AV THE I'KICE
For Violating an Injunction in a Strike
Case Court Is Emphatic.
New York. Dec. 20. Vice Chancellor
Pitney has denied an appeal for mercy
in Jersey City for the strikers of the
Frank A: Dugan silk mill in Paterson.
including two men and six girls who
were found guilty of contempt of court
by him in the summer of J!H1. The
contempt lay in the disregard of the
court's injunction forbidding the strik
ers from interfering with the employes
of Frank & Dugan. or to "make it un
comfortable" for those who desired to
The case was carried to the court
of appeals ami to the Fuitod States
supreme court, which held that it had
110 jm ;.-diction. An appeal was then
made unsuccessfully to the court of
pardons. The defendants also were
ordered by the chancery court to pay
costs amounting to S74U. The court
reiterated with emphasis that it is il
legal to make it "uncomfortable" for
anybody who wishes to work. "That
is the law of the land," said the court.
"It has always been the law of the
land, and it always will be."
Not uiie Enough to Co Round.
Valparaiso. I ml.. Dec. ''!. Elmer E.
Wolf, a prominent farmer of this coun
ty, has made an assignment, with A.
W. lioynolds as trustee. He turned
over property in this county. North Da
kota and Indianapolis, valued at $S0.
iiimi. Creditors have on file claims
amounting to .SPX.000.
Her Little Son Kidnaped.
New York. Dec. 2. Mrs. Charles
C. Hendricks, wife of the physician
who figured with Laura Itiggar, the
actress, in the contest of the will of
Henry Pennott. has reported to the po
lice that her t-year-old son has been
kidnaped from in front of her home in
P. rook I vn.
Man and I toy Kurned to Death.
Crested Putte, Colo., Dec. '2'.). Cbas.
Ostraut. an eccentric character aged
about ."." years, and Joseph Peitler. a
boy aged 10. living here, were burned
to death near Anthracite In a cabin
which caught five from sjome unknown
through the breast while in bed. His
body was found by a friend. The re
volver had been held under the bed
covers as the shot was tired. Mr. Ad
ams is survived by a daughter and
two brothers, Capt. Adams, of North
Paltimore, and Thomas Adams, of To
ledo. He had complained of his trou
bles recently, but had made no threats
of suicide. He carried a total life in
surance of $15,000.
FEESS REPORTS IT VERBATIM
Extract from His Talk. About Interna
tional Peace His Visit to
P.erlin, Dec. Aryan's address I e
fore the American Chamber of Com
merce is being widely discussed by the
journals and political clubs of this city.
Verbatim reports of the speech, unpre
cedented except in the case of the
kaiser ami the chancellor,' are printed
in the papers, which agree that the
Nebraska n justified his reputation for
sincerity ami eloquence. Members of
the reichstag. bankers, manufacturers,
professors awl government officials
who heard the speech united in declar
ing that despite Oermany's ardor for
peace no responsible statesman of the
fatherland ever so convincingly pro
claimed the doctrine of international
Extrart from the Speech.
Among the United Statesstatesman's
utterances which particularly attracted
attention was the following: "The
American people consists of the sons
and daughters of every nation: so I
bid Europe remember that any coun
try which lays hostile hands on the
United States wages war with its owji
flesh ami blood. America is proud of
those EuroKans who through a knowl
edge of their own history have enabled
us to avoid the mistakes of the Did
World.- I despair of the triumph of
the truth if it is dependent on force.
I believe the great nations are com
ing to recognize their mutual holy rela
tions. Instead of building powerful
armies and navies they will ere long
be rivals only in the fields of good
Kaiser Wan Entirely Sincere.
It is reported that the kaiser re
fused to give Pryan an audience be
cause he was afraid of offending Pres
ident Roosevelt, but it is a fact that
if the United Statesan orator had come
to Berlin at any other time thauChrist
mas his majesty would have received
Kryan'n Visit to Tolstoi.
The Hague. Dec. !. WiHiam J.
Hryan has arrived here from I?erlin
and visited the. foreign minister. Bry
an is enjoying his tour. He said he
found Count Tolstoi looking well,
though aged. Tolstoi's lirst question
was: "Are you a socialist?" When
assured to the contrary, the count said:
"I am very glad to hear it. I a in not
a socialist myself."
Starts Home Tomorrow.
London. Dec-. Z'.h William,.!. Bryan
lhfts returned to London from The
Hague, lie will sail for New York
INTO THE SITUATION
Finds There Has Been No Further
Uprising s Reported
Washington. Dec. 2'.K At the in
stance of President Iioosevelt. who
has interested himself in reports from
abroad of the massacres of Jews in
Kishineff, the state department is
making active inquiry through its
diplomatic and consular officers -v i t h
a view of ascertaining the actual sit
uation as affecting these jeople. The
United States consular agent at Odes
sa has already cabled the state depart
ment today that there has been no
fresh outbreak at Kishineff as report
Washington. Dec. -'.). A meeting of
the cabinet was hold lale this after
noon. It will be the first meeting held
(luring the holiday recess and was
called to consider some departmental
matters, prom the appearance given
nothing of serious importance has
arisen which has rendered a meeting
a necessity. It is not unlikely the
Kishineff situation mav be considered.
MAN WHO RAN AMUCK
TRACKED AND CAPTURED
Marion, Did.. Dec. -JX Tra kod la
the snow like a rabbit. Jessie Bodkin,
outlaw, was captured by three officers
after a running fight of several miles.
Bodkin had bcon absent for about a
year. The police learned that he was
at the home of an uncle, twelve miles
north of this city. When the officers
approached the house I tod kin escaped
by a rear door. He was tracked for
some distance and finally surrendert d.
He clutched two smoking guns in
his hands and refused to extend his
arms above his head when the officers
thrust their revolvers in his face. A
tierce struggle followed when the offi
cers attempted to disarm him. lie
was handcuffed and brought to Marion
and placed in jail. Bodkin escaped
from the officers here a year ago afi
er a tight in which he received two
gunshot wounds and escaped by swim
ming a river under tire of the jKiIice
He afterward shot two policemen a
Lima, O., and an officer at Pontiac
Minister Powell Moved
to Ask Another
Washington, Dec. :.".. With three
revolutions raging on the island and
the forces of .limine within four
hours of San Domingo city, and great
excitement prevailing. .Minister I 'dw
ell thinks the situation demands the
presence of an additional warship.
and in a cablegram dated yesterday
ippeals to the state department for
In anticipation of a crisis, which ap
pears to haw. arrived, the state de
partment lias already taken steps to
send another warship to San Domin
go, ami at ins request ecreiary
Moody yesterday ordered Pear Admi
ral Lainherton. now at Trinidad, to
dispatch one of his vessels to San Do
It will speed to assist the gunboat
Newport in protecting American and
COL. LYNCH SPENDS
SEASON IN PRISON
Knglistiiuan Who Fought for the
Roers Apparently For- ,
Paris. Dec. 'J!. Forgotten by most
f his former friends and neglected by
the party the it.tcreMs of which he
trttd t serve. Colonel Arthur Lyr.ch,
COIiONEI. ABTHyn LYNCH.
the Irish-Australian, pvtau fought for
the Boers against the country of which
he is a subject, is speeding t lie Christ
mas seaso in an English prison.
His case will lietacn up at the an
nual meeting of the "parliamentary
group of the foreign press." consisting
of fifty journalists from air parts of
Kurope. Lynch was formerly a mem
ber of the "group." - The group means
to sign a formal protest against the
Irish party's neglect of Lynch, which
it is intended to print widely and then
to send for publication to the Free
man's Journal. Dublin. In this way
it is hoped to stimulate continued dis
cussion and agitation of th? ex-colonel's
COLORED MAN WAS
A HARD SUBJECT
Six Applications of electricity Neces
sary ro Complete
Auburn. .". V.. Dec. l.'.!. Frank
White, a negro, was put to death in
the electric chair atithe state prison
here today for the lanrder of (leorge
Clare, a farmer, of- Scriba. Oswego
county, by shooting! Six contacts,
each of 1.740 volts. amperes, were
applied before Whita was prunouneeU
Factory To lie Soll.
Waukegan. 111.. Dot-. L'O. The W. T.
Eaton Manufacturing company's plant
at Diborty ville. the town's chief indus
try, which went into a receiver's hands
recently. 1 to be sold for the benefit
of the creditors on Jan. 1! if the citi
zens do not come to its rescue
IS-urn Arrive t Colon.
Colon. Dec. 20. A. M. Peaupre,
United States minister to Colombia,
and Mrs, Peaupre, have arrived here
froiu Cartagena on thu L'uited States
Raging at Santo
MOB THREATENS THE JAIL
Pair Attempted an Assault More
Council HlutTs, Iowa. Dec. '2'.K 'I v en-ly-five
members of the Dodge Light
(iuards. called out last night to pro
tect Xeely immerman and Charles
l'urke. two negroes in the county jail
charged with attempt to criminally
assault two women Christmas night,
remained at the prison all night to
prevent any further demonstration by
the mob. Two leaders were arrested
and placed in a cell near the frighten
ed negroes. Small groups of would-be
lynchers stood on the street corners
near the jail until daylight, discussing
the affair, but no further attempt was
made to do violence to the prisoners.
Kxoect More Trouble.
Sheriff Cousins, in anticipation of
further trouble with the would-be
lynchers, has secured 1 lie aid of the
local militia company to guard the
jail tonight. The sheriff today receiv
ed information that another attempt
would be made tonight to lynch the
negroes, and is taking every precau
tion to prevent it. Chief of Police
Tabbits has detailed a large squad of
police to assist the sheriff should
their services be required.
RUSSIANS AT LINCOLN
SAID TO HAVE LEPROSY
Omaha. Dec. "'.). A World-Herald
special from Lincoln. Neb.. sas:
"L'esidcnts near Ninth and li streets
today reported to the health officer
that L'." liiissiaiis living in the vicinity
haxe leprosy. The alleged lepers re
turned from the beet field., a week
ago. The informant reported that a
physician had tried to rent sex era I
forms for a sanitarium in x hich to
cure lepers. The lliissians haxe been
doing the xxahiug in families in the
city. The authorities are investigat
ing the matter."
HE DEMANDS MORE SALARY
CI;i :ig .Inrist Who Sues the the County
lioarU to (oiii'l the fayim-ut f
$:t.OOO More a :ir.
Chicago. Dee. 'J'.i. On the ground
that he is entitled to a salary of -lti.-1.IM11
a year and has receivtd bill $7.Wt.
Judge Willard M. MoKwen has liltd a
pel it ion in the circuit court for a xviit
of mandamus to compel the county
board to increase his salary $::.m.o a
year ami pay to him whatever may be
dlte as the result of failure to pay
him more than ST.oihi a year. Judge
Mcl'.xven sels forth in his petition that
lie was elected to the superior bench
in November. I'.MfJ. to till a vacancy
caused by the resignation of Judge
Scars. His term expires in December.
A lnx- which became operative July
1. l'.Mif. it is charged, increased the
salaries of the judges from $7.ink to
!10.:ii a year. Judge MoKwen si vers
that the county board is charged by
laxv with the duty of making apj ro
piiation for the salaries of the sev
eral judges of the superior court to
itake up the difference between the
$.'5..:(i p;;id out of the state treasury
and the total salary provided by law
to be paid to the judges.
VERY DANGE30TJS INSANITY
That Causes w Crime Like This and Theu
Saves the I'erpetrator from
Albany. X. Y.. Dec. ll'.K Thomas To
bin. who killed Captain Craft in a
"Tenderloin" resort in New York city
about a year ago. has been declared
insane by a commission appointed by
Covernor Odell to make an examina
tion. The commission reported that
Tobiu was insane now and was in
sane at the time of the murder. The
governor probably will commute the
s ntenee of death passed on Tobin.
Craft went to a place in the Tender
loin, of which Tobin was manager, and
displayed a roll of bills. He was in
duced to remain until after the place
had closed for the night, and was
then robbed and murdered. IPs slay
er cut the head from the I.Kxly and
tried to burn it in a furnace. It was
the smoke from the furnace and the
smell of burning flesh that led to the
discovery of the crime.
lie Hute from the Kankw.
London. Dec. !. Sir William Al
lan, the well-known marine engineer,
ship owner and member of parliament
for tiatesfiead since 1S1C5. is dead. He
was liorn Nov. l.S."!7. He was for
merly a working engineer, an engineer
in the Pritish navy, and later chief
engineer of a blockade runner during
the civil war in the Pnited States.
He was captured, lodged in the old
Capito prison at Washington and was
Terrible Fire in the Philippine.
Manila. Dee. 'J!. A tire in the pueblo
of Calumpit destroyed i"i homes. Sev
eral lix-es were lost and I.ikh) persons
.were rendered homeless. Loss, abut
To.OOO, with iio Insurance.
Chicago. Dec. :. The Daily News
today says the formation of a com
mittee to receive the deposits of Chi
cago K- Alton slocks and the selection
of T. P. Sh nts for the presidency of
the Clover Leaf are merely initial
steps toxvard the consolidation of fixe
xvestern railways, namely, the Kansas
City Southern. Chicago & Alton, loxxa
Central. Clover Leaf, and Minneapolis
S- St. Louis. T. IL llarriman. John W.
Oates and Kdxxard Ilaxvley are influ
ential forces in. the scheme.
Nexx York. Dee. :!. The board of
directors of the liock Island today re
elected President Leeds and all the old
officers except the third vice president,
in which position P. L. Winchell suc
ceeds J. M. Johnson,
It is said L. F. Loree will be elected
to the presidency f the liock Island
company at the next meeting of the
board of directors. The liock Island
company is the corporation which
controls the xarious lines composing
the whole liock Island System, one of
xvhich is the Chicago, liock Island &
Pacific Ilailxxay company.
Nexv York. Doe. The directors
of the Paltimore Ohio liailroad com
pany today elected Oscar (i. Murray
president to succeed L. F. Loree. resigned.
Not Heard From in 1 ! Days Had
Crew of .51
Palis. Dec. "".l. 1 1 is feared the col
lier N'ii line, of i lie French naxy. man
ned by "il officers and men. which left
llocbefi.rt for Toulon, has been lot.
The minister of marine has sent xvar-
ships in search of the missing xessel.
xvhich is now 1U daxs out.
TWO JUDGES IN
Trial of Senator Begins at Omaha
Omaha. Doc. '. The important
trials to come up as a result of the
recent work of the grand jury here
xx ill not begin until Jan. 4. at xvhich
lime Senator Dietrich xxiil be tried on
an indictment charging conspiracy
against the government. .Indue Mun
uer. on ln's oxvn motion, has trans
ferred the Dietrich case to the circuit
court, which will bring one of four
circuit judges into- the case to sit will
These judges are Sanborn, of St.
Paul: Van Deventer. of Cheyenne:
Thayer, of St. Louis, and Hook, of To
peka. In the ordinary course cf af
fairs Judge Thayer will be the mem
ber selected. 1 1 is experience in trial
practice, ami as a trial judge lias been
extensive, especially in this class of
SHEEP PERISH IN
FIRE AT BUFFALO
Seven Thousand Roasted in
structlon nf Sheds $75,
Puiiaio. N. Y.. De: H. Seven
thousand sheep were burned to death
at the Past P.uffulo stock yards. The
long sheds in xvhich they were con
fined were swept by the flames be
fore any of the animals could be re
leased. The loss is estimated at $75.-
The sheep were confined in txvo
sl::-ds loo feel in width and covering a
total area of ia:t.(Mi square feet. Pun
ning parallel with them were the hog
and cattle-sheds. The lire, funned by
a brisk wind, destroyed the txvo build
ings iu an incredibly short time.
Mr Day Operated on.
Canton. Ohio. Dec. :.!). Mrs. Day.
xxife of Justice of the Supreme Court
Day, submitted to an operation for
tumor today. She came out of the
anaesthetic in excellent condition anil
xxith every prospect of complete re
c. x er x .
Omaha Schools are Embarassed by
Omaha. Dei". :.'!. Marriages haxe so
thinned the ranks of teachers in the
public schools that the board of edu
cation has been forced to dismiss
some classes and combine others.
"Matrimony has become an epidemic
among the teachers." said Superin
tendent Pearse. "I thought we were
safely oxer the trouble for a year, but
the Christmas vacation brought more
Two Trainmen Die
Accident on Burlington.
RESIDE IN GALESBURG
Broken Rail the Cause
Oaleshurg. 111.. Dec. ".. P.y the de
railing of a lhirliiigtou freight train,
the reult of a broken rail, near Den
rock, today. Fireman I'.adger and
Prakeman Long were killed and Fn
gineer Healey injured. All are resi
dents of (lalesburg.
Fort Wayne. Ind.. Dec. :.".). The
Pennsx Ixania Limited, westbound, ran
into the rear end of a freight near
Larxxill early today. A special train
left here immediately xxith surgeons
for the scene of the xxreck. Paggage
man Snyder was killed. Fireman Stof
ford. Fugineman llebert and a barber
on the Pullman car xxere injured, the
txvo former badly.
Others hurt xxere 11. C. Sultier. Nor
folk. Neb.: James liobison. I. O. Uetts,
C. .1. Fieldstock. A. L. Hill. Jersey
Citx. colored porters, and John lle
bert. son of Kngineer llebert. xxhowas
rilling in the cab with his father. The
xxreck xxas doe to the mistake of the
engineer of ihe freight train iu read
ing his order.-.
TWO MOKE A It K DEAD.
Victims of the IV re Marquette n rek oW
Number 2 1 .
Ora ml liap'ds. Mich., Dec. :.".. (itr
rit Motman died today from injuries
sustained iu Ihe l'ere Marquette
xxreck near Fast Paris Saturday night.
Motman is the .'Ist xictim. Deleaves
a xxidoxv and fixe children, xxlm lixe ill
Crand Papids. Midi.. Dec 2!
Caihered iu a rubber blanket on the
slag in a local morgue is the charred
and dismembered remain of the txveii
tieth xictim of Saturday night's head
on collision nil the Pere Marquette rail
road. So tcrribiy disfigured is this last
victim found at the scene of the wrick
Ihat in ail probability its identity will
never be positively effected. The cor
oner xxas inclined to the beiicf that
this body is that of a woman, but the
railmail authorities say it must have
been a tramp riding on the "blind bag
gage" car. as no xvomau passenger
could in their o.:nioti have been throwa
AX here this body was found.
h Nolliiii ltit a Ken Ser.ip.
It was the uninistakeable odor of
burned flesh that led the wrecking
crexx- to a realization of the fact that
another body lay under the wrecked
engines where Kngineer Stoddard and
Fireman Pnins. of the east-bound
train, xxere found. When they had i:n
toxered the remains of this additional
victim they found only fragments of
a human form. There xxere no arm
or legs, only fragments of Ihe skull
and large bones, some teeth and most
of the internal organs intact, but liter
Mistake Caused by a t mi.
The unidentified body in the morgue
which wr.s supposed to be that of A.
J. Kin?:, of Kingsley. has been identi
fied as John Metheuy MoSxveen. of
Peed City. Mich.. 'Jt years old. The
erroneous identification that was made
at first arose from the fact that the
young man wore cuffs marked "A. J.
K." McSxvten was working iu a fur
niture factory in ('rand Idge. Mich.,
and was boarding with his uncle. A.
J. Kingsley. It was one of the hit
ter's cud's on MoSxveen that led to the
wrong identification. MoSxveen was on
his way back to Orand Ledge after :i
Christinas visit with his mother in
MAKER DEAD AT DUBUQUE
Pol none. Iowa. Dee. 'J!l. Thomasj
Connelly, millionaire carriage manu
facturer, died here today of apoplexy,
the Marriage of Women Teachers
marriages." Superintendent Pearse
saxs lie lias gone oxer loxxa. Nebraska
and Kansas "xxith a fine tooth comb"
in search of young xxomen to teach in
the Omaha schools, but xxith poxir re
sults. In the examinations hist week
there xxere -7 applicants. Not half
passed, but the schools may have to
take all. owing to the need of teach