TIIK NOlll'OUvVKKKI.V NK\YS.M > riiNAI , . KIIIDAY. MAIfl'llJi. ! . lML !
* HAPS ROOSEVELT AGAIN ,
Ln Follette's Manager Repeats That
T. R. Broke Faith With Him.
Washington , March W. Tlint C'ol.
JlOOHOVt'lt'H IIICHHIIgCH l ( ) Holltilor I ill
Kolh'tto wore such IIH to convince thu
latter liu would have Roosevelt's sup-
) ) orl , In the substance of u letter by
Walter L. Housor ( n Ollsoii ( Jardner ,
given out at La h'tillctto hoadquartora
( IH an answer to oorroHpondonco inailu
imlillr hy ( Wford 1'lneliot.
"Tlo | message you nay you brought
from Col. Roosevelt to Senator La
l''ollotto can lie construed in no other
way than IIH an Inducement to Senator
I'D Pollotto to liccoinu a candidate.
You Hay 'ho ( Roosevelt ) Raid ho
would , In the coliiinim of thu Outlook ,
i > r otherwise , do what ho could to di
rect attention to thu work accomplished -
ed hy Senator La Kollettu In Wlseon-
HII | , ' 'II he had mild no more , that
would JuHtlfy what I have mild that
the message brought hy you to La Kol-
Idle from Room-veil encouraged La
Kolltittu to hecomo u candidate.
"Hut you mild moru than this. You
mild thai Room-veil declared 'ho could
not ho u candidate ; that hlH place In
hlHlory was made ; that ho could not
afford to take a defeat and that who
ever Hindu the fight was certain to ho
defeat I'd for nomination or for elec
tion If nominated ; thlH thin waH thu
democratic year ; that La Follette
vvoulil nol he Injured hy a defeat , that
there Hhonld liu a candidate represent
ing the progrosslvo movement ; that
La Kollctto was the logical man and
that if lii > decided to make the fight
he Hhould aunounco his candidacy at
"That KooHcvoll encouraged La I'ol-
lette to hecome a candidate you cam
not deny. "
Air. House.1 ! renewed hlH charge that
the attitude of the Roosevelt forces
toward La Kolletto changed as soon as
there hccamo evident a widespread
growth of the progressive movement
anil the posslhllty of Senator La Kol
"Then 'big business' " says Mr
Uouser , "represented hy llunna , Mun
sey , Perkins and other of higher and
lesser note who- have always opposed
Lo Falletto entered the contest and
introduced Col. Hoosevelt as a camli
date and are still actively supporting
.lilin. The people will judge In the
light of the facts whether or nol
Roosevelt has kept true faith with Lf
Kolletto or is doing so with the rea
progressives of ( he country. "
FEAR NEBRASKA FLOODS.
Railroad Officials in Omaha Distri
Omaha. March LT , . Much airxlot ;
N' being caused by what Is believe !
to be the almost certainty of sorlou
floods In the Missouri river watei
rfhed. The railroads , particularly , an
expecting trouble and numerousliui
vied conferences of railroad official
were held , having In view the prc
lection of their property. To till
end dynamite with which to broa
up possible gorges , has been distril
tited to various places where the net
esslty of such measures seems likolj
There Is more snow on the groun
now than at any time , so late in th
season , for many years and the o :
peeled warmer weather soon to Conn
It is feared , will bring down-an cno
nious flood from north. The Missou :
river Is still icebound , but the ice I
becoming weak and may go out r
any t'inie , endangering low-lying pn
porty , depending- extent somewhr
on whether gorges form and .the
The temperature mounted to tli
point whore-numerous rivulets wei
.started in' all directions but a sligl
drop in temperature had the effei
of checking thenr.
TEXTILE WORKERS GET RAISE.
Advance i'n New England Mills is E
Boston , March L'f > . More than 120
000 textile operatives In New JCnglan
received a general advance of wage
today when tho.increase announce
recently by many cotton and woole
manufacturers went Into effect. Th
advance varied from 5 to 10 porcen
but with the exception of the 5,00
persons employed in the mills owne
by the manufacturers of Kail Hive :
where a 10 percent raise has bee
grunted , the operatives will not Unoi
the exact amount of their Increase-ui
Several hundred operatives at th
Appleton cotton mills at Lowe
struck today because the managemeti
would not increase their wages mor
than 7 percent.
New Hertford. Mass. , March LT'- '
Kollowing the lead of the cloth mill :
the New England Cotton Yard con
imny posted notices In its nine mill
announcing a five percent advance I
wages to go Into effect today.'i
Ham Yates , one of the leaders In tli
Lawrence strike , addressed a mee
ing here and urged operatives t
Maud out for a ten percent Increas
all around. '
Lawrence , Mass. , March 25. "Tli
end" was written officially upon tli
records of the long standing strike (
textile workers. After conducting fc
ten weeks the fight of the mill worl
ors against the mill owners and tli
securing of increased wages and In
proved working conditions all aroum
the strike committee voted to lift tli
ban on the half dozen mills again !
which the strike order was still In e
The returning of the children , nea
ly 300 of whom are now In homes I
New York , Philailclphla and Harr
Vt. , where they were sent during tli
strike , was arranged for next Sunda
At that time a demonstration is plai
lied , including the big parade iu whlc
the children will participate.
Lenders of the industrial worke
of the world , Including William :
llaywood , William E. Trnutmann nr
William Yates , will leave in a fe
days for other fields. They declare
in separate statements that the La >
eiico mill Htrlko hntl at-liloveii " 0110
great , grand vlctor > , far-reaching In
cHiilts , which will alwayH be reineiu-
Des Molnes Is Voting ,
DOH Molnes , March 25. The rcgil-
ar city election under the commis-
Hlon form of municipal government Is
lelng hehl here today to elect a mayor
mil four councllmeti. Mayor James
t. ! lamia , the present Incumbent , Is
> pposed by Dr. ThomiiH Duhlgg. Tile
'oto In the primary .two weeks ago
VUH three to one In llanna'H favor ,
rhoro are no party lines In today's
Slanton County Primary.
Stanton , Neb. , March 'Jfi. Special
o The 'News : The following filings
lave been made for the primary oloc-
Ion which will be made Krlday , April
lit : Roprosontntlvo Twenty-second ills-
rict , Adam Pllger , dem. : assessor ,
Jnill Shultz , rep. ; ( lustavo Kechner
mil John Tyler , dem. ; county nttor-
ley. Virgil Morton , rep. ; D. C. Cbace ,
lem ; commissioners , I'M Daniels , rep :
lolin I Hunt anil llufas ( ' 'arson , dum. ;
Judge , J. .1. Hopper ,
AWAIT MINERS' REPLY.
Pressure Being Brought to Bear to
Force an Agreement.
Cleveland , O. , March 11.--Holh the
policy committee and the executive
board of the United M.lno Workers of
America ( it a meeting hero today de-
elded to take absolutely no action in
the coal situation at present , pend
ing tlu outcome of the conference ot
the operators ami miners of the bit
uminous fields which will be resumed
New York , March 'jr > . Antiiracltr
operators here today awaited with
much Interest the result of the tie
liberations In Cleveland of the polle.v
committee of the nulled Mine Work
ers of America , representing both tin
anthracite and bituminous mine work
ers , which purposes to act on the re
fnsal of the demands of the both sofl
coal and hard coal miners.
While the operators are giving on :
no Information , it was learned that In
fluedces were at work to force then
and their employes to come to sonu
agreement. The operators have heart
unofficially that the hard coal miner ;
would be satisfied to waive most o
their demands if they could gain ai
increase in wages. Hut the raise o
wages , the operators say , will maki
It necessary to increase the price o
coal which they expressed themselves
as unwilling to tlo.
CALLS ISSUE PLAIN.
Roosevelt Marks Line of . Divisioi
Portland , .Me. , March 2. . The mos
direct criticism yet leveled at Presl
dent Taft by his predecessor in offlci
wa.s contained , in a speech dellverei
here by Coi. Uoosovelt.
C'ol. Hoosevelt repealed the state
inent which he made in his New Yorl
speech on Wednesday night tha
President Taft had declared in favo
ofa government "by a representativ
part of the people : "
"In the actual workings , " lie sale'
"the president's scheme would be
government of the people for the pec
pie hy 'the bosses. "
Stanton Won Two Games.
Stanton , Neb. , March LT > . Spec ! ;
to The News : A doublehea'der basko
ball game was ? played at the German !
hall. The Stanton high school teai
played the Norfolk high school teai
and won by a score of P 1 to in.
' The second game was between Mi
Stantou high school team and Pllge
Stanton winning the game by a scor
of 2J ! to S.
Death of Mrs. Key.
Pilger. Neb. . March U.I. Special t
Tlie News : Mrs. Maine Key will b
buried here at 2 o'clock this aftei
noon. She died in Council Bluff
PREACHER HAS A GUN.
Boston Minister Ready to 'Shoot Burr
lars Who Would Murder Him.
Hoston , Mass. , March 2.1. Hev. llei
bert S. Johnson , pastor of the Wai
ron Avenue Haptist church , annouiu
ed from the pulpit that a former con
vict , now a member of his parish , hai
told him that two men 'had been hlrei
for $200 apiece to break into hi
house Tuesday night ; that a "knifi
was to be slipped between his ribs a
he slept , " and the house was. to b
robbed and the loot divided.
The pastor said :
"If any callers come for burglar ;
or assault they will find me with m ;
'lamps peeled. ' I don't want to kil
any man , but I shall have a shotgui
loaded on Tuesday night , not 'wit !
bujlets but with , say , pepper and sail
I shall not abandon my fight agalns
such houses but will carry It on will
all the greater vigor. "
ILLINOIS SPECIAL SESSION.
State Legislature Summoned to Enac
Springfield , III. , March 2 , " . A cal
for the state legislature to meet 1 :
extraordinary session at fi o'cloc
Tuesdify afternoon on March 2C , wa
sent out today by Oov. Dineeii.
The extra session will bo called fo
the main purpose of enacting a la\
providing for a preferential vote o :
president , to bo taken at the prlinar
election April 9.
The governor has refused to tak
the responsibility of calling a specie
session for the purpose of legallzln
such a primary , but agreed to call pn
vlded two-thirds of the members c
the general assembly desired him t
ONE OUTLAW HAS ESCAPED.
Hlllsville , Va. . March 25. Anothc
day's hunt for the Aliens is on , wit
the hunters still confident that h
Wednosd.iy they will have run dowi
tit least throe of the four men wanted
A night's steep III thi > foothills , bad
ly needed nftor yesterday's strenuous
( nipping through mountain brush li
a drizzling rain , put the detectives It
nliape for today's work ami the whoU
force made for the mountains agali
BOOH after daylight.
One of the outlaws still at large
C'laudo Allen , son of Kloyd Alloif ; Is
now believed to Iwvo distanced lih
iiirsners and to have left the region
Ills Uncle. Sldna Allen , and his
cousins , Wesley Kdwards anil Krle
Allen , are still supposed to bo hem
tncd In on the south side of Hint
Hldge against which the detectives
are centering their efforts.
Sldna Kdwards , who was capturet
ind placed In the Uillsvlllo jail Krl
day , Is now safe In Jail at Hoanokt
with the three other prisoners. Do
tocllvo Kelts says that while thoj
wore going down the trail last nigh
Edwards admitted that he passed i
pistol to his uncle , Kloyd Ai'en ' , a
the floor of the courthouse on the dai
of the shooting. The prisoner insists
liowever , that he did not fir ? a she
himself. Heretofore he has thiimot
that ho went Into Uillsvlllo that da ;
A Wyoming Road Meeting.
Sheridan. Wyo. , March 25 Ilayde
M. White , vice president of the Soutl
Dakota and Wyoming Highway ussc
elation , has Issued a call 'or a gooi
roads convention , to bo held In Hill
falo , Wyo. . , April 10 and 20. The con
volition will discuss a now rout- -
across Wyoming to Yellowstone Parl
via Sundance ami Buffalo. Opposilioi
to this route is expected.
Collar Button Causes Death.
Council muffs , la. , March 2.r. . . Afto
suffering intense agony for two day
'roin .1 collar button that had lodgei
n the windpipe , Alma Krances Winlt
or , the fi-yoar-old daughter of Mrs
Joseph Wlnkler , died late Satnrda
light. Doctors decided on an open ;
tion , but the child's exhaustion wa
already so great Unit recovery wa
Impossible. The button finally lodge
In the lungs.
Suqar Down 10 Cents.
New York , March 2.x All grade
of refined sugar were reduced 1
cents a hundred pounds today.
Plan an Aeroplane Flight.
Stanton , Neb. , March 25. Special t
The News : The board of director
of the Stanton county agrlcultur ;
society , mot in the Not Xats clubroon
The dates for holding of the Stanto
county fair this year were fixed f (
the 27th to IlOth of August inclusive ,
Directors K. /antlers , . Dave Ha
nett , Charles McLood , II. D. Mlllc
and Alfred Pont were appointed
committee to make a contract fc
aeroplane flights during the fair. Tli
rates' of admission was fixed at r
cents per ticket giving entire fro
doni of the grounds. All committee
were instructed to report in on
month so that.lt will be possible I
properly advertise the fair.
Gordon Wins Debate.
Valentine , Neb. , March 25. Specli
to The News : At the high school d
bate held here Friday evening tl :
Cordon team defeated the local d
balers. Gordon had the affirmath
of the question and was represente
by Velina Haber , Helen .Jacobson an
Glenn Gealy. Those presenting tl :
other side were : George Kreyci !
Clarence Haley and Lawrence Rice.
"The Winter of Big Snows. "
Stanton , Nob. , March 25. Spec !
to The News : Alfred Polit , local 1
S. weather observer , says that Staten
ton and vicinity has had since hi
Oct. a To-inch snowfall and that i
the present month , March , up to dat
we have had a snowfall of 'M inche
As a. base of comparison it may 1
remembered that in the last twenl
years prior to this one the averaf
snow fall per winter has been aboi
thirty Inches , so that , the winter <
1011 and 1912 will go into history i
the winter of big snows , at least I
this part of the country.
Funeral of C. F. Shaw.
Very simple services wore hold ovc
the remains of C. K. Shaw at 2 o'cloc
Sunday afternoon by Rev , . .I. W. Klrl
Patrick of the First Metliodist churcl
The Shaw home at 012 South Eight
street was filled bya great throng c
friends of Mr. Shaw , including travc
ing men and railroad men to whoi
Mr. Shaw hart- endeared himself i
ills active business life. The tribute
in floral offerings wore beautiful.
The traveling men , marshaled. Ji
, S. K. Krskine , jr. . and M. W. Heebei
'marched ' in a body from the Pacifl
hotel to the Shaw home , and late
( escorted the remains to Prospect HI
! cemetery , where Interment was mad
I The pallbearers were : n. 10. Mllle
S. F. KrsUlne , K. H. Heels , O. L. Hyd
A. Ranklev , .1. T. Thompson.
The honorary pallbearers were : (
1C. Doughty , A. K. Chambers , Charlc
A. Hlakeley , C. II. Taylor , K. G. Cor ,
ell , Samuel Anderson.
Mrs , Maggie Davis In Hospital.
Mrs. Maggie Davis , recently a
quilted at Harrington , of the murch
of her sweetheart , Ira Churchill , hi
arrived at the Norfolk Insane hospiti
She was committed by Judge Oravi
and the order Issued is similar to tin
used In committing persons to a po
Itentiary. She Is committed to tl
hospital "until she becomes sane
Dr. Johnson , the superintendent , hi
made as yet , no examination of tl
woman's mental condition.
West Point , Nob. , March 25. Sp
rial to The News : Judge Dewnld pr
nounced the words wlilch made Hem
Kelbcrlnu and Miss Elsie Truim
husband anil wife. The young coup
are residents of Snyder whore tl
groom is resident agent for -the Nj
Schneider Fowler company. Tl
brldo IH thu daughter of Mr-and Mrs
H. C. Truman of Sjiyilor.
Sheriff Knlqht III.
West Point , Nob. . March 25. Spec
lal to The News : Sheriff Mlltor
Knight , "who has been seriously U
for the last few weeks Is now at Kan
sas City whore ho underwent an operation
oration recently which lias rosultec
favorably , so much so that ho Is ro.
cuporatlngory nicely and expects tt
bo homo soon.
Car Repairer Is Run Over.
Long Pine , Neb. , March 25. Spec
ial to The News : .1. A. Anderson , i
car repairer , was struck by a movliif.
string of cars and Instantly killed h
the yards hero at. 1 o'clock this morn
Ing. Ho was under a car and fallet
to display a light , consequently the
switch engine coupled on and starlet
to move the cars which resulted ii
the death of Anderson.
Mrs. C. 1C. Olson keeps near tin
top of the list in The News contest.
P. W. Ruth , county assessor , wen
to Madison Monday to begin his
The now electric light plant is
ready to make sparks fly as soon a :
the weather will permit.
Lew .1. Young , candidate for stall
legislature on the democratic ticket
was at Madison Tuesday.
Mr , and Mrs. Kd Lyoii ontortuinei
the teachers and some of the otho
young people on Wednesday night ant
in splto of the .blizzard they repor
a delightful time.
W. K. Harvey has gone to Dakoti
to look after some land Interests.
Amy Krlnk returned to Groelo.v
Colo. , where she Is attending school.
C. R. 1 Unman went to Columbu
Monday to attend the M. W. A. meel
The Neligh Campaign On.
Nought. Neb. , March 25. Spechi
to The News : The municipal olec
lion to bo hold in this city on Apri
2 promises to bo one of unusual it
terest. At Ibis lime there are no 01
posing candidates for the office c
mayor , city clerk , treasurer or clt
engineer. The elecllon of councllme
for the two wards are in question. I
G. Auringer was the candidate nomii
alert at the caucus for the first ware
.He is opposed by R. .1. Korsyth. whos
name will appear on the ballot. Set
end ward candidates have increase
from two to four. Howard Kostor wa
nominated for the long term and wl
find opposition in the perso'n of Ha
ry Poxton. George Kerguson wa
nominated for the short term and h
is opposed by R. H. Rico. All of th
candidates go on the ballot by pet
Candidates and their workers -at1
in evidence daily and this electio
promises to be one of the most live
ly cjty campaigns Neligh has expe
ionced in many years. There is pra
tlcally no issue at stake , and as fi
as the saloon question Is concorne
that is up tt ) the'voters for decisloi
There has apparently been rumor I
the effect that an effort would 1
made-to decrease the saloon license
from the fart that a signed statomei
by R. .1. Porsyth and U. H. Rico 1
the local papers give the assurunc
that they will In no way favor a r
duction. The usual rumors In a ell
election of tills nature , where two c
more candidates are In the field ft
the same office , are circulated aboi
every day. Mr. Auringer states tli :
it is keeping him busy running dow
these statements where he tliinl
they have been wrongfully quoted.
North Dakota Primaries.
Kansas City Journal : After a
their persistent laudation of the pi
mary as an instrument to register tl
"will of tlit people , " the Rooseve
managers now confess that the pi
mary system as utilized in the noiul ;
ation of party candidates Is a frain
Ever since the colonel throw his h ;
Into the ring lie lias boon howling fc
primaries. He said that this was tli
only way the Roosevelt strength conl
bo correctly measured and that an
other method of nomination woul
mean "disfranchisement" of ropubl
In North Dakota there was held
state-wide legal primary on Tuesda ;
It was just the sort of primary tin
the Roosevelt managers have been s
noisily demanding all along. Hut tli
result of tlmt primary' made tli
Roosevelt managers sick. They claii
in loud ami complaining tones tli ;
the democrats Voted In the republiea
primaries and thus gave -the state t
LnKollcjtte. Hero is the formal stat <
mont Issued by John S. Bass , man !
ger of the Roosevelt campaign 1
North Dakota :
"Our reports indicate that praet
rally all the democrats have vote
for LaKollotto , and this has run u
the early returns for him In the eas
orn and valley section of the stat
where LaKollotto is running ahea
about two to one. Our later retiiri
from the western slope indicate thi
country is generally for Itooseve
Iwo lo one. If the democrats lui
stayed out of the republican primal
there is no question that Roosovc-
would have won. "
As a specific demonstration of tl
truth of the republican contentici
that the primary Is a fraud and fal
uro , this confession from Roosevelt
own manager on the ground Is co
elusive. Wherever the primary lit
boon trletl It has been conducive i
dishonesty and Illegality. This is tl
sort of thing that Stubbs In Knnsi
has boon demanding and that Rees
volt himself has zealously Inslstc
upon. Hut it has worked Just as Tl
Journal and Taft supporters goticn
ly have said it would , only in tl
North Dakota Instance LaKollette wi
the beneficiary and Roosevelt los
Hud Roosevelt received the dem
cratlc votes as ho would have doi
In Kansas and elsewhere his ma
agers would have had no complal
, o mako. They would have accepted
ho fraudulent democratic votes grate-
'tilly , although It would have boon
list as fraudulent and ns Illegal as
ivore the democratic votes that were
as ! In the republican primary of
No system of primary has boon de
vised that can be rolled on to demonstrate -
strato a true party preference. That
s the reason why the real repnbll-
ans of Kansas want nothing to do
.vltli It. Instead of Insuring an lion-
si party choice , It gives the opposi
tion an opportunity to take part In
ho nomination and help the weakest
andldato. The Roosevelt managers
uivo had a bitter dose of their own
medicine. They have been loudly
lemandlng primaries , and they got
them In North Dakota , and the re-
sull has caused consternation. In
stead of the democrats voting for
Uoosovelt In that state , they voted
for'LaKollctto. . It makes all the dif
ference In the world who gets the
fraudulent votes In a primary. Had
hose In North Dakota gone tt ) Roosevelt
velt , there would have been great re-
lolclng in Oyster Hay ami the cole
nel's headquarters would liavo hulled
the result as the uninufflcd voice of
the people. Hut as they wont to the
Colonel's opponent , the North Da
kota primaries an- denounced anil
repudiated , -as they should he In all
cases where they are. unfair and un
trustworthy , which is In about 100
per cent of the cases.
Cuming County Filings.
West Point , Nob. , March 25. Spo-
lal to The News : The complete list
of filings for the legislative districts
i ml for Cuming county are as fol-
ows : Democrats For senator Sev-
nth senatorial district Cuming ,
Wayne and Pierce counties Charles
aff ; for float representative , Twen
ty-second district , Ferdinand Koch ;
for representative , Twenty-first dis
trict , Cuming county , Con McCarthy ;
ames Molgard ami L. C. Sharp for
county assessor ; Hugo M. Nicholson
for county attorney ; Henry G. Paul
son , Louis C. Thlempke , 11. G. Para
dise and P. F. O'Sulllvan for county
supervisor of the First , Third , Fifth
and Seventh districts , respectively.
The republican filings are : Martin
Uysong for supervisor of the Fifth
West Point Bluerock Shoot.
West Point , Neb. , March 25. Spe
cial to The News ; The .usual .Sun
day bluerock shoot took'place at the
grounds of the West Point Gun club
and brought out a large and etithus
iastlc crowd. Two events were con
tested for. In the first the score
stood ; ' F. Nit20 ; Karl Korl , 2 : ! ; J
Jensen , 22 ; W. A. Kerl , 21. In the
second event the winner was ( j. Haef
lelin with a score of 22 ; J. Jensen
followed with 21 , and Karl Kerl scor
ed 211. The score of 25 made in the
first cVent by Fred N'itz was the rec
ord for the season.
"BOILER PLATE TRUST ? " .
That's -the Charge Made by Kansai
Congressman Against Omaha Firm.
Washington , March 2j. ChargJni
that a "boiler plate" printing trus
exists. Representative Taggart of Kan
sas , democrat , offered a resolution ii
the house today for a congressiona
investigation into the Western News
paper Union of Omaha , Nob. , whlcl
furnishes ' 'patent insides" matter fo
small weekly newspapers. Mr. Tap
gart charged that the Omaha conceri
was resorting to unlawful means ti
drive out of business the Publisher'
Newspaper Union of Kansas City
Frank Pulsifer Dead.
West Point , Neb. , March 2f . Spec
lal to The News : The death is an
nounced , at Graybill , Wyo. , of Fran !
Pulsifier , mi old settler of the Crewel
neighborhood , which occurred 01
Sunday last. The deceased was :
brother of Carl Pulsifer whose mur
der by the Fuerst and Shepliard boy ;
some twenty-five years ago will IK
remembered by old residents. Tin
deceased established his residence
here In 18fi5. Ho was unmarried.
RAMSEY TO TRANSFER.
Former Neliah Pastor Will Mov <
Away From Canton , III.
Canton , III. . March 25. Special tt
The News. Negotiations 'are undo :
way for an exchange of pastorates between
tween the Rev. J. -Ramsey of tin
Canton Methodist Episcopal clmrel
and the Rev. A. O. Luce of St. Paul
Minn. , are expected to-culminajte sat
isfactorily within a few days.
A committee of seven members o
the official board of the church has
been In corros-pondenco with the Mln
nesoia preacher for some time , anil !
few Jays ago ho visited Cantor ti
look over the Hold.
The timlonitiinding is that the visit
ing miniver was well pleased will
tlu > city uiul the prosp. cilvo chnrgi
hero , and that the negotiations wil
proe-i ctl. Mr. Luce is bald to luivi
bi'eii liijjlilj I'fcoinmendpd to the coin
niitteo Ufa a man nne ! a minister. II
has be ii lotYitou in St. Paul nbou
12 years anil the reports from tha
city regarding his work there , as n
celvod by the committee , are said t
be entire ! -utlsfactory. The oxpot
tation Is that the Rev. J. R. lUunse ,
will be transferred to the St. Pan
church , when the Rev. A. 0. Luc
comes to Canton , If the negotiation
now under way roach a satlsfactor
Mr. Ramsey loft Canton a few day
ago , and bis friends , as far as soei
have no knowledge of his destlnatloi
though It Is supposed ho Is absent o
business connected with the propose
The entire proceedings In this mater
tor are being carried on secretly , an
little Information other than thu
herewith given has leaked out , hi
It Is understood that a formal ni
uouncement of the change of pnstoi
will bo tmido shortly , if prost'iit plans
A. HucnhoU wont to Madison.
Miss Marie Mappos of Slcnix City
Is visiting her uncle , F.V. . Mappos.
Manager Johnson of the county poor
farm at Battle Crook was hero trans
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mel
cher. a daughter.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dick ,
this morning u son.
An adjourned mooting of the city
council Is scheduled for tonight.
Mrs , Kncbel. mother of William
Knebel , 70 years old , Is reported ser
Hormaii Huottow Is able to bo out
of doors after a week's attack of the1
grip ami tonsllltls.
The Ladles Homo Mission society
of the Methodist church vvlll moot
with Mrs. Oxmim Tuesday afternoon
at ! ! o'clock.
The last of the state university stir
dents who spent a week's vacation
here with relatives returned to Lin
coin at noon.
Twenty-three students of the Chrlsl
Lutheran school wore examined Sun
day morning. The confirmation Is tt
bo held next Sunday.
The postponed missionary tea ol
the Baptist mission circle will be belli
Tuesday night at the homo ot Mrs
teobo , lit I Madison avenue.
The Woodmen ratification meotiiiK
leld In Norfolk was a meeting of tin
Modern Woodmen of America and no
) f the Woodmen of the World. The
Woodmen of the World have not nils
d their rates.
Walter Comptoii. formerly engaget
n the meat market business here , ha ;
looided to try farming. Mr. Comptor
ins tented the Tannehlll farm soutl
Ono more "sleeper" spent Saturdaj
light in the city jail , enronte west
Chief Marquardt declared this "sleep
or" was a "nice" young man and deserved
Roland G. Parvln , formerly connect
oil with the sugar factory In tjils city
was recently re-elected president o
ho Athletic club of Denver , in whicl
city he now resides.
The Infant of Mr. andMrs. . Fret
Schwede turned the Schwedo honn
nto some excitement Saturday aftet
noon by drinking n quantity of coa
oil. The baby will recover.
TJio first victim of snowball throw
ug is theson of Mr. and Mrs. Georgi
N. Mather , whose eye was badly In
lureclby an Icy snowball thrown" b ;
iinother boy on Norfolk avenue. Th
skin beneath the'eye was lacerated.
Sheriff Leroy Little of Tripp com
ty was in Norfolk Saturday'from Wh
nor. Mr. Little came to Norfolk t
be initiated into the Elks lodge Sa
urday night. Attorney F. C. O'Halloi
on of Winner , 13 : Crook of Winnei
and J. W. Harris of Neligh were als
AF. J Sanders , district cnmmorcir
manager of the Nebraska Telephon
company returned from n week's 001
volition of district telephone coinmo
cial managers held at Minneapolis
The con volition was well attendee
Mr. Sanders reports the session
very busy one.
The executive committee of the
. C. A. received a letter from Mr
John B. Maxfield of Omaha , former !
of this city , in which was enclosed
pledge for $00 which Mrs. Maxfiel
specified should go toward furnishin
a room of the Norfolk Y. M. C. /
building. "I am always ready to hel
such work , " says the letter.
Worth Adams returned from Gene
after a season's work with a toll
phone construction outfit. Mr , Adam
reports imuh hardships on the pnrt (
the linemen who worked outdoors rlti
ing -lO-below-zero weather. Man
of the linemen had been laid off hi
lice of lack of work but sever :
gangs are to leave Norfolk very sooi
Because of the extremely bad roa
condition farmers arc unable to brln
corn to the city , a demand for thi
rain being quite heavy. About 3,00
sacks of corn were sent to Hell
Fourcho , S. D. , last week by a lodi
grain firm and sold for $1.43 per 10
pounds. About a million pounds c
sacked corn is sold to Hello Fourch
from this city each year.
The funeral of Sadie DuboK on
of Norfolk's pioneer colored resident ;
was held Saturday afternoon. Kev. . '
F. Ponclier of the Methodist chiirc :
of Stanton came to Norfolk and e ,
flclnted at the fervicos which \\cr
held in the homo at 114 Brnasch avi
nue. Many floral offerings \u"
brought to the Dubois home durn
the day. The pallbearers were lib
Washington , Edward Ellis , Hud Kinf
Percy Youiig , Allen Game * . Cm
"Drunk and arrested again. " wi
the greeting given to men at the p
lice station by W. H. WoodMind , ti
expert sewing machine repairer \\l
last Friday surprised the polite I
his strenuous work on the street
which was to pay off for hi * fin
Woodlnnd stayed off the water wa
on about three hours after ho was r
leased by order of the court bocuu :
of his good work. "I'll never do
again , " was his greeting to frii-m
lifter his first release. "Whiskey
bad , very bad. " "Aw , come on , lei
have a tli ink , " said one of his friend
"Say" you're all right : lot's. " ai
Woodlnnd will continue strenuo
work on the streets.
Klro Chief Green has reason
know that the recent snow storm w
one of the worst In the history
this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Green It
Norfolk late last Thursday even !
to attend a birthday celebration
the Charles Green farm. A frlei
nad Informed the fire chief th
sleighing was Itlenl south of town ai
the two horses attached to the llg
cutter In which the fire chief and li
spouse wore riding skimmed easl
along the top crust of the deep sno
When the Sam Kent farm was reac
oil both horses wont throiiult the crust
and wore Hiibmorgod up to their Inn K
In a drift. Reaching the top of the
fence , a few Inches of which \MM < -
sticking dill of the snow , thu flro
chief \\IIH able to got out of the sunw ,
turn the cutter and tlrl\e hack homo.
Order of Hearing on Original Prob.ite
In the County Court of Mndlsnu
County , Nebraska. The Slate of Ne
braska , Madison County :
To all persons Interested In the <
late of Chrlstoph Ooltor , deceased.
Whereas , there Is on file In the conn
ty court of said Madison County , an
Instrument purporting to bo ( ho last
will and testament of Chrlstoph Ool
tor , late of said Madison County , deceased
ceased , and Margaieiha OH ( or has
filed her petition herein praying to
have mild Instrument admitted to inn
bate , and for the Issuing of leller-i
testamentary , which will relates in
both real and personal estates :
1 have therefore appointed Monda > ,
( ho IMh day of April , I'.il'J ' , at nno
o'clock In ( he altornnon , at the county
court room In Madison , In wild < omt
ty , as the time and place for hoarliu ;
and proving said will , athlch time
and place you ami all concerned in.it
appear ami contest the probate ami
allowing of the same
It Is further ordered that wild poii
Honor give notice to all persons inlet
osled In said onlnto of the pendency
of the said petition , ami the time ami
place set for the hearing of Iho same ,
by causing a copy of this order to be
published In the Norfolk Weekly
News-Journal , a newspaper printed ,
published and circulating In said conn
ty , for three weeks successively pr -
vioiis to tlie day set for the hearing
In witness whereof 1 have horetini'i
set my hand and official seal this 21st
day of March , 1012.
M. S. McDiiffee.
( Seal ) . County Judge
Hy virtue of a decree directed to
me from the clerk of tlie tl 1st rict court
of Madison County , Nebraska , on a
judgment obtained ' In the dislrit t
court of Madison County , Nebraska ,
on the 27th day of November , 1911 ,
in favor of the State of Nebraska , as
plaintiff , and against Kmll Hitter , as
defendant , for the. sum of $200 with
interest thereon at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum , and costs taxed at
$38.35 and accruing costs , I have
levied upon the following real estate
taken as the property of said defend .
ant , to satisfy said decree , to-wit :
-The east half of the east half of
the northeast quarter of the north
west quarter of Sec.tion Twenty-five ,
( LTi ) . Township Twentyfour1) ( ) ,
mirth , range Ono (1) ( ) , west of the Oth
P. M. , In Madison county. Nebraska ,
subject to taxes , a mortgage of seven
hundred dollars. .
And will offer the same for sale to
i the highest'bidder' , for cash in hand.
the 12lh day of April. A. I ) . . 1012 ,
I in front of the east door of the court
I house In Madison. Nebraska , that beIng -
| Ing the' building wherein the last
j term of court was bold , at the hour of
1 o'clock p. m. , of said day , when and
where duo attendance will bo given
by the undersigned.
Dated March 4th , 1012. i
C. S. Smith ,
Sheriff of Said County.
WANTED 'All parties Interested In
the Gulf coast , Texas , country to v/rlte
us for Information. Come to a coun
try where two crops can be grown
each year , where the soil Is good , wa
ter sweet and pure , whore the sun ot
summer Is tempered by the cool
j breeze from the gulf apd where stoc
docs not have lo be fed more than'
I half the year. Get in touch wl'.h thu
j Tracy-Enos Land Co. , Victoria , Texan.
WANTED Success Magazine t *
quires tlie services of a man In Nof
folk to look after expiring subscrlp-
1 tlons and to secure new business by
of methods ef-
I means special usually -
j fective ; position permanent ; prefer
I one with experience , but would con
' slder any applicant with good natural
'qualifications ' ; salary $1.50 per dajr ,
with commission option. Addreao.
, with references , R. C. Peacock , Room
102. Success Magazine Bide. , Now
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