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OMAHA, (fell, July 23, "Marrying
Willi" Bnook tral all Idea fenm a
HMutori slory Mil tiled to work II.
Ill tho WOry lhi-r lived happily pVrr
aMtrwfofc, but before EdKh ran
llva hawdly the will have to gel
out of Jl whero (ho federal author
lUca havo placed her for trying lo
work lier big Iden on a bunch of
ledernl official! an? tho tried It
nil pver llic country; hut tlm official
complaint was filed in Xehratfca.
HhU It charged with trying to get
"In" on a blineh of fanners who
were mi anxious for wives dial they
wefo willing to pul tip good money
10 iolp pay their debt and bring
Itirin lo Nebraska.
To Marry 58 or W9 Men.
"parrying Edith" l Mra. EdlHi
Hnook of Bt. Joseph. Missouri, 8no
wat arrested In Lincoln laat week.
1'iijeral authorities nay nlie tins horn
advertising in newspniiors nil over
ttmrouutry ami that aha has agreed
to marry nnywhero from fifty to
0 hundred men bill ilown In dale
lias, not married any of Ihriii, lc
causa alio already hat n husband.
KdlJI) denies alio has done anything
"I operated n matrimonial ngeney.
na t can prons ar.il once in a whilo
1 added an nfferlinnnto touch lo n
Idler Just In keep up Urn Intereil."
Ono of the "affectionate touches"
was mail" on J. V. Glldersloeve of
lliujlley, Nebraska, ami these arc tho
words of Ilia "lovo liruch"; "Hyc
bye, dearest, n million Me to you,
dalng, and a great big squeexe."
8wl Me 60 Burks.
Alio other "loncli rontnlned In
jUlliIeralnovo's letter read llko this:
"Now, dear Itoy, If you lovo me, send
mo JPOO right away so I can come lo
you at onco and tie with yui."
"I'll get out of this, nil rirtil," alio
said. Then alio milled and allowed
11 row of perfect w llio teeth.
Kdllh li o Utile; thing, atandlng
srorccly flvo foci (nil, and is n strlk-Ing-bniiulle.
Xhe wa dressed In
the latent fashion Hud wore- e.xpcu.
n,l,.M if ii.k rn,.,.. i i ...,,i I
Just one gllmpso of Marrying l-Ulilh
they wounlu t havo slopped at send
Ing her W when she was in so
For a numlMtr of years thrre has
been aillinrlngo of wives out in this
wpstehjicotmlry nnd Hie ndvrrtlse.
meiil redding "Wniiletl A husband"
has always hrouahl n btislicls of
Co to Tluitmrtoo.
"Marrying Kdlth'' had a regular
set form of questions anil, answers,
nnd nlsn our set iWinllr amount of
money which alio asked Iter ad
mirers lo send her Klie hnil nl way 4
Just, had li little sickness nnd there
was a bill of 15 for storage of her
furniliim. And then tt required K
for railroad fare The nmmml whs
WO never more, never less, Tor MO
FjIIIIi would go to Huntley, or Knla
W TONIGHT it
With hi hoail eruthed lit by tinn
heavy Instrument, H' knees, awl
wrists tied with wire ami hit moulh
gagged, lm body of Joso Martinet
was found In the canal near Hid
I'ark alrpct Intersection Thursday
afternoon, at 2 UK) o'clock, says th
Kl Paso Timet.
Martinet dlsapiirarrd Tuesday
nlflhl Wednesday tifglil Hie water
lit the canal was ordered shut off
and ho search for llio mans boily
tdik place Thursilay.
nohbery Is thought to have been
lle move for tho murder Mnrtlnex
is known to have had K!ln which lie
had collected for tho Tropical differ
Company, for whom he waa a driver,
when ho 'dlKappeared, When bis
pony was loumi Hm money was
The horw and wngrni which Mar
liner drove was found lain Tuesday
n'jlil pear 8anla Fe and Klghth
Mnrtlnex Was VH years old and
llod at 3312 Alameda avenue, lie
Krlcnds of the dead man worked
wllti elly deteclivrt from farlr
Wednenlay mnnilng In the lime of
the dlcoer)- of Hie lmdy.
Oily detectives aro working nn the
nuinler. They have several clues. It
SOVIET TWMH8 SlIOCESSfUI-
Hy Associated Press.) v
I.ON1XIN. KnclnniL Julv 2.1. -The
capluro hy soviet troops of tho fort
ress of Uutinn, one of llio Volliynia
group of fortlflratlona defending the
southeastern Polish border, was an
nounccd in Moscow slstenienl'lnun
mnioo. or Tlmhueloo, or nnywherr,
to marry the man upon whom she
showered her aireciions.
rnui iin n iiiiihiimi imii rmi-
dren In Kl. Josepli.
"My husband is n imlnler nnd his
wages aro unl such Ihnl lie can give
mo the luxuries I 3uus hne," she
told the officials. "I got the Idea
of n inalrlninninl bureau from a
alory In a magazine. Hut the maun
tine slury didn't end In Jnil."
"My dearest Jack, ' rend tier letter
lo (llldersleove, "I have Itegun lo
ferfr you havo lost all love for me."
"Jack" was ono ol the "easy
farmers, but he didn't hi to. He hap
lened to meet a friend who was Just
Finns to send WO to the "sweetest
lltth" woman in llio world," so she
could coiihi nud marry him, They
riuupared noles. Tho "sweetest" was
(ho Minn In each case. A visit In
the postnt Inspector followed and
now ' Marrying Kdilh'" matrimonial
bureau Is not doing bilslneas at the
Ktht mnilon dollar In Polish
Union IJtxrty HUle bank. New Tnrk
tflpecl.il Dispatch loTlie Columbus
Daily Courier., ,
' liK.VIM. N. M, July S3. -It nfd
ctally has tmeti luuiouucrd Ihnl the
Angelus Oil Oiiiipuny east of Dein
lug struck artesian water Weilnrs.
day. It Is oald (lie water shot up
ten or twelve feel. This Is proof
dial urleslau.wnter may lie had in
Hie valley unil cerlninly is a vnlu
ablo dlffoer). The lerlile himls
may be supplied with nil nbuudnne
of water nnd made lo produce thing
even moro iiecossaiy tliau oil.
Tho finding of nrluslan water U
no indication that 'nil wilt not be
found nt n grenler deplli, nnd the
company is not in the least dis
couraged. Drilling will continue.
Mrs. K. D. Ambrose will ene Hits
week for nn extended visit to rela
tives in Ban Antonio. Texas.
Tho dnnee given Wednesday eve.
tilng by tho llaehiln army people
was n most delightful occasion.
Mrs. J. Ivls llrowti has returned
after two mouths' absence spent
wltli relatives In Arkansas and in
Until rains have fallen two eve
nings this week. We hope these tire
the forerunners of our delayed July
Mrs. Anna Harksdale nod little
daughter lledfonl hnc relumed
from u visit lo relatives in Hunger
and Kalland, Texas,
Mly Until llernm left Wrdnesday
lor Hllvrr Uily. where she lias ac
cented n position in Hie Hatlen Kin
dlo, which formerly bad Ha head
quarters iu Doming.
Mrs. J. II. Tracy visited her daugh
ter III (Vilumbu Tuesday of this
week. She was accompanied by Mr,
and Mrs. Hmilli, who aro now domi
ciled at the Tracy residence.
Ilnchlia army post Invited a hum-
I'tr of their Doming friends In at
tend n dance Wedm-nlay evening.
Quito a crowd have accepted the
Invitation, and Mrs. It. V. Hamllluu
will net as chnperoiio.
During Hie lasl few d,ys minora
thai Camp Cody will again be orcu
pled by troops have been in circula
tion, but no official confirmation at
this time, so Doming rillens are
wondering from whence the troops
will come, and when lliey will
A largo army truck convoyed Hie
Doming croud, rhcroiiet by Mrs
Hamilton, On their arrival delirious
refreshments were served conflsling
of nanduichra, olives. Iced lea, Ice
cream nnd enke, after which dancing
to the wonderful slrnlni of music
was fiegun. nu eight piece orchestra
from the Sllh Infantry of Columbus
furnishing llio music, and there Is
nn better orrirslrn In llio Sunshine
slate, Kveryono attending reported
a grand lime.
Sunday sevcraj cars h.aded In ca-
(ContluucU. m I'age 4, Vflluum 0.)
Utrtjr lnli being rrmovH from th
city, for broadcast dlstrlbatlon
Hy Associated I'rrss.;
. AXDV-HIHIK. July 33. The He
olule ikisheil first nrross Hie line at
the start or Ihe fourlli international
achl nice liHlny, which she must
win lo prevent Hie Khnmrook IV
rapturing Ihe Amerlcu's cup.
Tho llosolutc rnisted at 1:01.13, of
flclal tliiie, and the Shamrock at
As the Khamrork was 'a seconds
behind (he lleoolule in eroding Hie
line and mtnl gjve her loiay a time
handicap or 0 minutes, VI seconds,
slio must tlnMi A minutes, IH sec
onds ahead of the llesjilule to win
and () minulos, 17 seconds to mako
Hi race a lie.
The IliKoliile won Hie rnco nfler n
peelnciilar finish and Is licit, ho
li Iwo, with Hie Slininroek IV in the
light for Hie Americas cup.
Tho rtinnte crossed Hie line first
with I'll minutes In spare. The
Khnmrork, nfler a long, stem chase
around two legs iu today's triangular
course, mcrhaifled (he llesolule
within three tulles of the finish, but
the American sloop, breaking out a
big ballooner. again took the lead
and spoil first across Hie finish line
Hize CihsM Cmftssts
Ti Twita Mtffcrs
Illy Associated Press. I
I.OS ANtH-XKS. Cal. July 23.
Moxo (HIiKon, negro, sentenced to be
hanged for the murder of Hoy
Trapp of I'ullerton, California, to
day confessed lo leu murders and o
many hucglanoK he couldn't eiium
orate Ilietn, nccoiillng lo a telephone
messago received by HherUf Cllno
of Un Angeles fiuin Sheriff C. Kl
.larksnn at Kanla Ana.
I'our murders. Including Trapp,
Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob Krhardt at
PIkm'iiIx, Arlioua. last month, nnd
J. It. Ileavls of llaton llnuge Junc
ilons, twelve years ngo, were al
leged lo have been admitted.
Oibson gave no details concerning
Ihe other nix ho murdered, necorilJl
uiff o thn report.
Hifti Hp tfftclals ti
Testify AM Gunmen
tny Aisoclaled Pees.
ClltCAflO. Ill, July 23.-8ul.
IHienas for sixty railroad officials
and union leaders, Kummonlng them
to appear boforo the federal grand
jury Wednesday, wore Issui-d today
al the request of District Attorney
Cllne. They nro wanted lo testify
as to Hie activities of John (Inmam,
president of Iho Chicago Yardmen'a
Association and leader In llio recent
Duly Uourtnr, 70c uwulu.
HOAMAlV. MmiL, Jdly !.-William
J. Ilryan Hilt afternoon an.
nounccd positively that ho- would
not accept the nominal Ion for presi
dent tendered him by llio Prohlbl
lion national convention tit Lincoln.
Tho first Intimation nf his nomi
nation was received by hmi at I
oelnek this afternoon al Madison
Lake uon his return from a fore
noon of fishing when he read nn
Assoflalrd Press dispatch giving Ihe
text or the lelegram sent lo him by
Iho convention at Lincoln. He was
40 inle tmm any telegraph nffle'o
ai inei line, lint as soon as he
l our lied Norris. Montana, he tele
graphM a reply declining' th noinl
nation. The lexl or the lelegram
"Please deliver Hie following mes
sage lo Hie chairwoman of Ihe Pro
hibition national convention, now iu
session at Lincoln: Having lectt
nwny from the rallronds and tele
graph facilities fur the past St hours
I have not received your telegram
notifying me of nomination tendered
me by the Prohibition national con
vention, but having aeon n copy nf
II in Ihe Hoieman Rhrnnlel.e I hasten
to reply I profoundly appreciate
the honor done me in tendering tins
nouunallou and I fully share in Ihe
ronvriilionn interest in prohibition
as the iiermanenl policy of our coun
try and In the strict enforcement of
Hie Volstead act without any weak
ening of lis pmvisillnui.
Loyal ift DrmorratN.
"t also share the conventions dl
appointment al the failure of the
Democratic and Itrpuhlican parlies
In pledge their candidates to such a
liollcy. hut' I cannot in Justlco to the
Prohibition party nor lo myself ac
cept Hid nomination.
"My connection with oilier re.
forms would make It imposslhh' for
me ii focus my attention iippn Ihe
prohibition quellon nlnne, and be
sides, t am mil willing to sever my
connection wllliUiB WmberaUc"
imriy. wutrii nas so signally honored
me in years past.
"I have not decided ye' how 1
shall vnlo this fall, but whatever
I may feel It my duly In do In this
campaign I expect lo continue as n
memlM'r nf (ho Democratic parly
and to serv my country through
The telegram was aiMreed b
Hryan's brother. Charles llryati. nt
VfayjaHan hantCrC Pauuajaui
I I najttlrHwlw vnVrPrrln
Start Takt by Hiring
Illy Associated Press.;
LINCOLN. Neb, July SI. Aaron S.
Walklns nf llenuanlnwn, Ohio, and
D. Ilgh l!ovln. Prolilblllon party
'candidates for the presidency nud
vice presidency, respectively, today
lsued n statement condemning Ihe
stand. on prohibition taken by Ken
ator llaiiliijg in his speech of accept
lni.M) AWAITS AUJtlSTICli
Illy Associated Press.
WAHSAW. Poland. July a, p.
land has seit nrmlstfro propiwats!
direct lo Hie miviel govenuiicul at
When the Couger Called',
A Thrilling Western Drama
"A Restaurant Riot" '
I BBBBBaVt ttaBBBpaU ttjaSaataM
ip WWm Mm
Atlorney Walter IU !pfoal mMiic
times defends thieves, bill new
often prosecutes Jhem, and woe Ikj
unto the next thief tic prosecutes,
II won't bo prosecution but peraecu
Hon. W. It. Kproal'a family consists of
Mrs. Bpmal and two young tiproata
and at present Mr. nnd Mra. Thomas
his parrntsJn law. are lllloir lilm.
Tliey occupy tho cottage across
from the Illalr residence and until
this morning everything wns rouily
nnd serene. Columbus hail dono
well by the young attorney. Hm city
fathers had designated htm as city
nlloruey nud the clientele which
usually enter law offices otcr which
hang Hm "shlnglo" have lioen con.
flut this morning the usually
nutulf and lioulgii rountenanca of
Iho ntlomcy wont m "somber him.
Ho had been rubbel. M,r. Hprott,
The thief or thieves who havj)
been waxing fat in Columbus for
some tlmo had aoflly gunnliotl to
tho fronl door, deftly nipped (ho
win) screen Willi sheans roflly
pussyfooted to tho chair ubcro Ihe
altonicy melhodlcally places his II.
V. D.'a and oilier wearing apparel
nnd Jtisl as deftly extracted lone
anil lonesome f5 bill from lib trou
sers Hicket, leaving (I.TTt In the
Not exactly satlsrinl, Iho thief
spied Mrs. Hpnial'd .weekly allow,
anee In a ockeU)ook on a dresser.
Vivn this hg opod one sliver
dollars and another loncum $1 bill,
leaving 20 cents.
Nothing else was dlstiirtM-d, mid
softly into lbs night tho thief Stole
his way. The reporter prwtuwc
ho stole his way, as Ihat was H
there waa left lo steal. Pa T1mhmm.
who is a traveler, had chair hwrnl
against his door, and slutfltatsst,
with all his belonging IntacCV
Mr. Sprnat. with a llltle akjeb-slo
comnntaliops, finds out Ihat His
llilef whom lie boys to proseculn
il'i tn'rc-rculcmii nws Uiu o. Jefuxi
j'udgM Ciile, overlooked itXXi. and ho
has liiformrd tho tUiiirlcr thai this
nmolinl wilt rheerfully bo given In
Hie liner ir he will call hI Hm law
oiflces of Pollard A Hpniat loday,
tomorrow or at any tlmo lit (ho
fiiltin. To bo fair to Iho Ihier,
however. II may be mentioned that
Mr. Spront lias reslned Ids hands
and has a heavy haclull bat twhind
the Inner door
Fmcfc Trufs lep
tlly Associated Press.
IIKIIIL'T, Hyrla, July 23. -Tho
French IriHips, in view of Ihe failure
of King Felsal of Syria to begin tho
execution of Iho terms of tins recent
ultimatum, began a march on Da
iiuikhh jeslerday. No opjiosiHon has
lieru encountered thus far, H Is sid,
and the troops arep roceedihg" fo
wards Aleppo, according to loihrv's
tlly Associated Press.
nON'STANTLNOPL Turkev, July
J3e Alrplanoa whlcli flew over
Adrlahople reporlnl tho city burn