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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. FEBRfAHY 1(5. 1000.
INOCEST OVER HOWE'S BODY.r.
Detpotdtncj Cimm T!grapb Operator to
Tike His Life.
WAS OUT OF POSITION AND MONIY
Lincoln . Mm Ins; Mnch Trouble Mrr
It I'll nil ..-suit AN III Prnl.nt.l) lie
Hruuulit Annlnt City
UNCOLN. Feb. IS. (Special An Inquest
as held this morning over the remain of
Anderson C. Howe, the young tel'graph op
erator who committed suicide last evening
In the office of the Western fnlon in thl
city tfot a cent cf money was fiund on hit
pfri-eri and it is supposed that hi act was
Induced by the despondency resulting from
the toes of hit situation In Topeka tad the
barren prospect of securing another In the
J II. Lee, an operator In the office of a
1c al bucket shop, worked for aevetal years
with jouns Hoe In Topeka, Kan. He said
the young man was considered a, steady, re
liable fellow and one of the best nen in the
employ of the company Some eighteen
months ago he was Induced to resign his po
sition and "bobo" to New York Cltj. He
soon tired of this life and returned within a
year and was given his old position. Two
weeks ago the company found It necessary
to reduce Its operating force In Topeka and
s Howe was the last man employed he was
the unfortunate ot . to be dropped from the
ray roll. I
From Topeka he ent to Kansas ritr. sold
h s typwrlter. checked hi bapgage through
to New York tod prepared to follow it Im
mediately. In some manner as yet unex
plained he Ion all hi money. He 03k
train and came to Lincoln, arriving here
jsterday morning He Bpplled for a rxri
lloc at the local oSlro of the Western I'ulon.
prenemlng the highest of recorctnendatloni,
but his assistance was not needed. He found
his former friend. Lee. who took him to
breakfast Ho met other friends In the ilty
during the day, but to none of tbcm did 'je
eonflde his straitened financial condition. He
even Intimated that he had money, exprc
'ng his intention of going to Omaha in eareh
The dead man was not over "i years of
gc He began In the service of the com
pany at the ago of S In Topeka. where he
remained up to two weeks ago with the ex
ception of during his absenre to New York.
HIh father Ihcd there for a number of jcirs.
hut tome time ago moved to Farcnlngtcn.
Mo. He is conducting a farm there and tele
grams sent him today regarding the dlspcsl
tlon of bis son's remains rc-ehed no answer.
A brother of the deceased man Is a section
foreman In the employ of the Iron Mounta'n
railroad near Farmlngtrn
Mil? Ill I'ilm Itl-il J.
Attorney General Smyth has filed a tepl
brief In the supreme court protesting agaltist
the dismissal of the Standard Oil Trust case,
asked fsr by the defendant on the ground
thai tbe action Is criminal In nature and
ihcrefore Is not within the Jurlfdl-tlon of
the supreme court. The attorney gfncral
lenles all these allegations and asserts that
under the anti-trust law tbe supreme court
has an Indisputable right to try tbe cnc.
The executive board of the State Reading
:ircle had a meeting here tonight preliminary
to the annual rcssl:n. which b'gln? tomor
row. There were present Stat Superin
tendent Jackson. Superintendents Williams
and Parson of Columbus, C. A Tulmer of
Tawnce City and Prof. Bcattlc of Peru.
C'ltj rtiftil Trouble.
city Treasurer Aitken sent a letter to H.
iM Bushnell thin morning In which he re
alised to comply with the demand ol'tbe lat
ter to turn over to the school fund all
moneys rerelved from the ordinance re-cntly
passed providing for license fees and occu
pation taxes. Mr. Bushnell is chairman of
tbe finance committee of the school board
and made this request of the city treasurer
on tbe Instruction of the school board at its
Five weeks ago the city counrll passed an
ordinance amending the one In existence
providing for license fees. I'nder the old
ordinance all fee went to the tchool fund.
The new ordinance provides for a mere nom
inal license fee. which eball go to the school
fund, and a hlch occupation tax In addition,
which goes to the Arc and police fund of
the city. In thl method one fund of the
ty is. being built up at the expense of tbe
irbool fund. To this the srhool board ob
jected and Mr. BushneH'B action was the re
sult of that objection.
mfmber of the sebcol board said this
afternoon that a suit would undoubtedly be
brought against the cltv treasurer to com
pel him to turn over to tbe koo1 fund a'l
money he receives from the new ordinance.
ELECT HAYWARD'S SUCCESSOR
Klertlnn Cnlleil lor n Mnn to rill
I'lnrr Left Vnrnnt by 111"
LINCOLN. Feb. 15 --(Special.) Adjjtmt 1
Gereral Barry today Issued the follow in?
orders, rhll'ns- f, r an election to fill tbe
va-ancy cau-fl ay the promotion of Major
William Hhywirl to colonel of the Second
First The promotion of Major William
lUywaid. Perond regiment. Nebraska Na
tion.il (iuar.l. to the rank "f co!onH, :Wond
r'glm'-nt. SYbr.ika Nutloral ituard, by
election, buying been approved h the com',
matirter-ln-chlef. the intention of rommls
Kl.ineil officers of the Second regiment is
lnted to paragraph 2 and S of this order
Porond Adjutant (Jenernl P. II Itar-y
will prcnar ballots, whb h will be, for
warded to the ommlM-K-M-d (.il.c-ein for
their use In the election of major -if the
S'r-nn.l regiment, these ballots. indVutlng
ihe officer's cholie fo apnolntme nt i.. tbe
oftVe named, mm: be returned to the aim
tant general on or befon 4 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday, the ISth Inst.
Third A board of ott.-er. to eonsiM of
Adjutant General P II. Barrv. Colonel
Charles W Bryan, alde-ite-rumri. and First
Lieutenant Frederick J. Bolshnw. Comtwnv
1". ocond Regiment Nebraska National
Guard, will convent, at 4 o'clock n. ni .
Wednesday, the JSth Inst . In the office of
tie adjtitdnt general of the stale of Ne
bra.ka for the purpose of -anvasltig and
rp.-ordlng the votes of the cornmlnsloiiel
officers of the Second regiment for the ro.
sltlon of major of the Second regiment. Ne
braska National Guard. No vol. wilt be
received and -ecorded after th hour named
for the meetlny of the board The lunior
member will record the pro, eedlnjrs for the
The adjutant general also granted Edward
J Straight, captain of Comiwny I of this
city, to proceed to i'lattsmouth Friday, with
any number of his command that he may
ilrcm necessary, to be present at tbe funeral
services of Henry G. Livingstone, who died
while In the service In Manila
- . 7. 7- . IJuJse Sullivan aentcncfd Lester Strong to t ViV ka Gcnert George M l anJal caui I 7 ,,,m,, irlZ ' Th . . t ,ilP 5ar melHl electrodea used on all other makes of
""l""" -Men until nl -. ,,,.. fr- ", I A!-,Ka' Gcfef-" tirge .m. i.anu4ii com- Wero of frame, were destroyed. The build-1 i,eui. This Is my exclusive patent. My belt has i heat.
KEARNEY, Neb.. Feb. 16. iSpeclal Tele- , 1 , h T . . a i t, ' l1'na"1- orc,fr wer' 'tuea toaa) raaKtiiK , lngs are among tho few frame buildings left imitators. You begin treatment with my belt if voU ure
rram lV.arK- inn i,...inn. ... i--. nl "'5Ull. .onP laiUSI. two antt a half , .., following USflrnaieiltS Ot troops to tho ' nr. thn mtinrn and nre eld lanilmnrl-. Cmn. I In need of treatment, .md you will live to Metis the
... . , wuritivo 1111 ii UI lil'dl - ' 1 t ii 1 1 . . " -i "----"---' "--
Ru'slne;; ZZtl ot J roontht for -.
ih organization Is to pre rnote the coai- ' nillr'e Chureli.
mercial. Industrial, manufacturing and all CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. Feb. 15 (Spe
business and laboring interests of the e ity ral Tbe new MctbedUt Ep'ncopal church
and to secure tbe active co-operation of all ) a thl cltv was dedicated last SnncUy. Dr.
.laeses frr this purpose The meeting was 5n(, of rhl:-ro ecndu.-ted tbe wrvlccs. In
harmonious and entbuslastlr and there U irs than -ne hour ti.KC, was raised to pav
a fixed determination to make the year 1900 a j-.soo deV. The hull'lne eoe- about J5.0M.
a prosperous one for Kearney. After adopt- i
lag a plan of organization, constitution and' lelirte Vriillnp iini rrnr .
1I)V mat Innlnhi m A n I . J . t 1
bv-laws. the meeting adiourned until it.
Wednesday, when the offlreia will be elected
llenl llatnte t'linncen.
DIXON. Neb.. Feb. 15 (Special I The
fellow Inc nal estate In ih- vteinii of liim
has chanced hands recently Eight acre ad
lolrlng Dixon on tbe nest has been sold by
A E. Spark- to V R. R;e a JJ0 per acre.
Mr Rice will eren buildings on tbe land in
the spring, A D. Morgan has told his 110-
i . . ... f
s?ea miles north of Dixin. to !
una. i?ra miles uaiu to iiai.
Cloon. eoaslderation I2.W Theo-
lore Ott has o4 his farm f 1W acres,
three miles east of Dixon, to Fremont Ev
erett at :i per acre. Mr. Otte has pur-
(based eighty a-res five mllet northwest
Laurel, where be will remove in the spring
A U. Morgan has purchased the residence
property in 'Dixon oc-upled by Slraor. Lar
son. C S. Karnes has bought the residence
of E. W. rice-on. in tbe eoutbeae: part of
towii. and will move there March 1.
r. it. M kh v
. umber of !penl.er nieu Subjects
of Interest to I'nrmrrn.
HASTINOP. Neb.. Feb. Is. (Special.) A
farmers' Institute was held n: Kenesaw
Tuesday and Wednesday of tbie week and
was "moat successful regardless of the In
clement weather. Speakers from abroad
were preeen and spoke upon dlfferrnt top
ics of interest to farmers. Some of the
well-Informed farmers gave their experience
In certain lines of farming.
The newly elected officers for the institute
are: W. Z. Parmenttr, president; 1. L. Kv
ane. vice president. H. Carrier, secretary;
C. it. Huhler, treasurer. An executive com
mittee consisting of fixe was appointed by
tho president as follows. George Norton.
H. E. nose. Oeear Kent, L. W. I'arraenter
and Oeorgo Kldd.
I'lilEND. Neb. Feb. 15. (Special.) A
series of farmers' institute meetings closed
at this place last evening, during which
I'rof. Hunter delivered an address on "In
sect i'et-." B. Whltcomb on "Foul Brood
and Its Treatment " IV J. Gord on "The
Brood Sow: How to Select and fare for Iter
Brocd." Itev. Ludden on "Poultry.-' D. J.
tleghtol on "Raising the Boy.'' E. I Steph
en of Crete n "Horticulture." Mrs. C. A.
Ulanchard on "Poultry on the Farm." J. H.
Itushton on "Dairying." C. A. Wbltford on
"How to Make the Farm Pay." Tbe meet
ings were well attended snd considerable ln
teret wa manifest throughout.
MKitciiiY mull ntv niii Trim.
Cold nr l ltriort-il from tbe
nrloii stfite Tnttn.
NOHFOLK. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special.) It
st.nwed here fir thirty-six hours, there be
lur seen Inthcs on the ground. Sleighing
Is better than for a number of years.
HARVARD, Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special.)
The mercury went 10 degrees below icro
lat night, while this morning It Is very
- I V. . . . H'lnl tjtja V. a a AaMV.u4 a
ii.l-npcc nf iwtve in Kltrn Inphes and
ice dealers are happy In the fact that they
can put away their summer supply.
WEST POINT. Neb., Feb. 15 (Special.)
Intense cold prevailed last night, the ther
ne meter registering 14 degrees below jeu
The weather It fine. Sleighing good.
OKD. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special.) Fully
eight Inches of snow has fallen here during
the last three days.
LYONS. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special) Six
Inches of snow fell acre during Tues
day night and Wednesday morning. This
amount of snow at this time will prove a
good thing for nprlng crops. Slelghlnc !
PERtf. Neb. Feb. 15. (Special.) Snow
fell hero all nlsh: Tuesday and Wednesday
morning. It is by far the heavlee. snow of
NORTH LOUP, Neb.. Feb 15. (Sreclal.)
A heavy snow storm commenced Tuesday
morning here nnd lasted through Wednes
day. TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special. )
Last night was the coldest of the winter,
the mercury registering 10 degrees below
zero. There arc about four Inchon of snow
on the ground. The lee men. who have
not yet put up their Ice. are happy.
HOLDREGE. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special.)
It has mowed continuously here for three
diys and there It now about ten Inches of
mow on the level. Thl Is the best snow
fc : t-tvera! seasons. Tbe citizens of Hold
rego ate putting up ice which Is cut on
Cuttls lake and shipped here. It is twenty
Inches thick and of good quality.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Feb. 15. (Spe
rial. I It was 14 degrees below rtro this
n rrnlng at G o'clock. It Is still snowing.
The cold weather has produced an abundant
ice crop, which is now being Loused.
Mtc C'onrl i:ic-t Ion.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) The Nobrafka State Court of the
Supreme Court of Honor formed a perma
nent organization by electing the following
officers- Chancellor. G. P. Marvin, Beatrice,
vice chancell r. Mrs.
Brunins; recorder, J. L. Cornell. I'pland
treasurer. F. E. Smith. Belvldere. chaplain.
Jennie Ireland, Shlckley. conductor. C. W.
Adams. Ruskin: guard. Curtis Gllmore,
Proser. sentinel, J. M. Kellogg. Stratton:
past chancellor. J. C. Lanham. Nora; direc
tors Curtis Gllmore. W. R. Wonderly. C W.
Adamo. J. C. Day. J. M. Kellogg, W. H.
Strawser. R. B. Enslow; delegates to e.u
premc court, to be held at Peoria, III.. May
next. Hattle S. Perkins of Lincoln, F. M.
Phillips of Guide Rock; alternate delegates.
Mrs. W. S Charlton, M. S. Gray. The re
p.rts of officers showed tbe order to be In
a flourishing condition.
Cnn f err-nro Member in NnrlnlK.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Feb 15. (Special. I Th
members of the North Nebraska conference
of tbe Methodist EDlsconal church are here
on committee work. Among those present 1 "it Mississippi river ana tacy were espe
cre Rev. William Gorst, presiding elder ol J daily interested In the measure,
the Ncllgh district; Itev. D. K. Tindall. pre- Congressman Gamole followed lelmer.
hiding elder of the Grand Island district: ! quoting from several letters Just t-eived
Rev. Jesse W. Jennings, ptesidlr.g elder of
tho Omaha district.
I'rcpnrr lor .soldier. Knnernl.
PLATTSMOl'TH. Neb., Feb. IS. (Spe
cial.) The body of II. Guy Livingston did
not arrive from San Francisco totsy as ex
pected, but will tomorrow and th funeral
will be heJd Saturday afternoon. The Grand
Array of the Republic. Sons of Veteran and
ex-soldiers will attend. The business bouses
will be closed as requested by Mayor F. M.
l'lnr llpvltnl .XrrtliiB.
FAinMONT. Neb.. Feb. 15. iSpeclal.)
Rrv. f. B. I.eufcrt of the .Itthodit church
aifclstcd by Rev. Mr. Reaver of the Con-
Krrgational church and Rev. Mr. Mfcks or
;h, Presbyterian church, last nipht closed
a &crie u. juttiiiirs inai aui uccn iu pros-
rose for the laat four tseek.
i'lirnun from i Wnmin,
TBCVMSnH. Neb.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
Wbile hauling wood on his farm Juit east of
the city. Dr. John Cochran as thrown from
th load, striking tbe ground on his held
anJ shoulders. No bones were broken, but
he remained tn an unconscious condition for
.Inline I'ukhr. tM-itlcnee
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Teb. 1. (.special.)
-lebn Alor. sr.. and bis wife, celebrated
ttieir gotiicn -weuoniB aiiHni-rwrj iun nigai
i at their residence ncre. m-re was a lar-e
Ilrn-l l r -'MintlUn(e.
TECl'MSEH. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special. 1
'Villiam Erru a wealthy farmer. Is out for
tbe republican rand'da y tn the leglilature
from Johnson county.
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CETTI V WITH Till? 1VMHVC
JblILL Mllll I 111. litUlnltJ
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Mij Soon Bs Fixsd Dp.
SETTLERS ON OTOE Af.D MISSOURI LANDS
Thurston Will Introduce n Illll Totln)
Volrlnu Srcri'lnry IlltolieeicU'n
Idens on (lie Mibjcct Dctnlln
of the Mutter.
WASHINGTON. Tob. 15. (Special Tele
eran.) Ther la evidence at band to tndt
ctte that the long-drawa-oiil controversy !
Utv.eea sealers on Otoe and Missouri lands
In Gage county and the Indians will toou
Secretary Hitchcock, after laboring with
the question for several months, has finally
decided that the agreement between the
lrdlaes and settlers entered Into In Novo.-n-ber
last year is the only solution to this
Bvost perplexing problem, and he has ac
cordingly recommended lo Senator Thurs
ton chairman of the Indian affairs com
mittee, that such Itglaiatlon be enacted as
will put an end to the trouMe.
Se-cretary llltihcoc. la his letter, en
close! a bill, which Senator Thurston will
pietent tomorrow at an administrate
measure, and hopes either to get It in the
Itdlan appropriation bill or paa It as
separate measure. The bill, as drafted by
th'j interior department, short and car
rler out the provisions of the agreement.
Fe-cretsry Hl'chcork states in bis letter
that under the act of March 3, Hf'S. re
peated but unavailing efforts hail boei(
made by succeeding secrctarltb of the In
terior to revise and adjust the sale of these
lends on principles of equity, so as to ex
tend the benefits of. as contemplated by
the act. to both full paid and delinquent
purchasers, their be Irt- and legal represent
atives; that these efforts have been repeated
so often and have been so uniformly un.
succof etui that there Is no possible hope,
of making any revision or adjutment ot
sLloti with the consent of the Indians, and
which include both classes of purchasers,
settlement In lStlti.
On November V. 1S0P. foiled States In
dian lm-pector James McLaughlin at Otoe
sub-agency, Otoe. O. T. made a settlement
with the Otoe and Missouri tribe of Indians
upon the basis that the original appraised
value of land, together with 25 per cent of
such appraised value, should, for the pur
pose of tettlement. represent the purchase
price of paid lands, that Interest shall be
computed on the purchase price so ascer
tained at the rate of 5 per cent, and further,
from the amount o ascertained to be due
in each instance shall be deducted all pay
ments heretofore made on said land.
This agreement was signed by seventy
three adult male members of the tribe, out
of a total of eighty-eight, which is more
than three-fourths, requited by tribal cus
toms and regulations of the department.
It Is tho belief of the secretary that after
having had two conference with delega
tions from the tribes and after careful con
sideration of the matter, that tho best In
terests of all concerned will te sutserved If
the plan of adjustment between the Indians
and delinquent purchasers Is authoritatively
adopted and carried Into effect, and this
controversy, he says, so long pending, should
be clced without further delay. He e,ay,
that while under the act of March 3. 1533.
consent of the purchasers was not made a
condition to revision and adjustment thereby
authorized, it Is worthy of consideration
that about 110 out of a total of 12Z delin
quent purchasers have Joined In proposing
this adjustment and i.tand ready to comply
with Its; terms If It be approved. He therefore-
earnestly recommends the adoption of
IMcn for the Veteran.
Congressman Gamble's bill for the estab
lishment, control and maintenance of the
northern branch of the National Home for
Disabled Volunteer Soldiers at Hot Springs,
S. D., was considered by subcommittee No
1 of the military affairs commute of tbe
house today. Captain H. E. Palmer, thalr
maii of the Grand Army of the Republic
committee of seven post department com
manders, appointed by the commander-in-
chief of the Grand Army of tht Republic
j pursuant to a resolution adopted at the nti-
tional encampment at Cincinnati in U3S and
continued In service by n resolution adopted
at the national encampment at Philadelphia
In September. IS!'!', appeared before the
committee and made an exhaustive argu
ment in favor of this home or sanitarium.
He showed the poslti'-e necessity of adding
to the capacity of the hospital service of the
already overcrowded national homes, eight
In number, and all located within 500 feet
of the 6ea level, two west of the Mississippi,
one In Kansas and one in California. He
said there were about S0.000 Inmates in all
the homes, one-third of wliom were hospital
patients, more than half of these being af
flicted with rheumatism, for which the
waters of the hot springs of South Dakota
were an almost sure cure. He said there
were 163,000 old soldiers now living In
twenty states and four territories west of
1 " memners oi me noara 0! managers ui
national hemes, all endorsing the Hot
Springs scheme. The subcommittee u ani
mnusly recommended the passive of ,ho bill
and Congressman Caprtn of Rhode Islmil
was tnstrucltd to dra.v up a retort, whl.-h
will be submitted to the full committee next
Tuesday. Congressman Burke was itljo
n.i-cnnl nri1 AlA .iMK-n rlr for ft . ITftrr.hti.
The Kioute committee on military affair
repotted favorably on the house bill for
erecting a military poit at or near Des
Congressman Mercer la the busiest man
In congress. The committee of v.al-h he is
chairman public buildings and grounds-
fca. before It same 100 public bulldios bllla, )
atsj as mctr.bcr$ ro t-itally Intereiitfd Id
,beSe ineasurt. the pressure upon Mer -r
if; iotneininK itciucmUOUI. ariurr or r.ui
the corr.mlttfc will endeavor to pat- art on-
nibus bill, as at last s-.-sion. Is being con -
i tidcred. but no definite coacluslon haa been
' Order lnetl fur Otnlilltliineiit of
j finrrlin li Nf"' leinrtnieiii.
I WAPHINGTON. Feb. I.',.-ArranFfuuwa
i t . , . ... , , .
are making -t me var arpar.in'i.i tor
' c-tablllimetu of addltlonjl prrii,oas iu.d
Cotcpany A. Seventh lafintry. now in the
Ui-partment ot the Dakota, is transferred
to tho Department uf Alaska, with sutinn
at Fori St. Michael. Crropanlcs B. I ane;
K 15ccnth Infautry. now In the Depart
iprn' c tbe Eat, tlso at Fort St. Michael.
Company O. Skcnth infantry, nor In the
Department of tbe I .a kit. in be etatiopcl at J
Port Valdeit. The last aimed company w.ll ,
, . . , , . , ,. ...
be sent to Seattle. Wath.. fully equippeil for ,
aictlc service, ready to enibark no: later)
; ,Ut- May 1. The companies designated for
crt i. Micnaei. tiso, win ue sent to.
, bt-ttle fully (iulppe4 to cinbfirk uat later;
I than June 1 nut.
Majois F. M. H. KcndrK'k aad John T.
Van OrvJale. Seventh l.itantry, have been
oidercl to acr:a'i' '.-tw troops.
( onflrined - I)iluiiue' Mirtejitr,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 The senste to-
cor.firroed John M Lenahan of Ioa (o
be surveyor of euftorcfs for the port of Du-
SUIT ON THF HOKP (IflNTRAKT
!'rlck-( nrncKlc Munition Tnklng;
ev Turn hlcli lnoltc
PITTSBfnO. Teb. li. Although the suit
which H. C. Frick filed Tuesday to break the
binding force of the "Ironclad" agreement
and recover from the Carnegie Steel com
pany, limited, the market value of hit hold
lags In that concern, Is the main line of at
tack opened by the antl-Carncgie adherents,
the minority stockholders, who are lined up
against the policy of Mr. Carnegie. It Is
al' :Yc"r,al? t0 ,I,"0W !l ","h the
cult attacking tho validity of the coke con
tract of the Carnegie company with the H.
C. Frlck company.
Attorney William B. Rogers, although re
fusing to deny or affirm hi connection with
the big case. Is commonly credited with hav
ing In charge the preparation ot tbe roke
contract end of tbe matter. it Is expected
that this suit will be filed in Greensburs.
as Mr. Trick's attorneys at thai point have
been In frequent consultation with attorneys
reprre-entlng Mr. Frlck In this city. The
suit, however, will not likely be precipitated
for some days yet, and perhaps several
weeks may elapse before It U ready for fil
ing In the courts.
The sum of money Involved In the pro
pored suit Is said to run up to a gigantic
figure. The estimated total of tbe Carnegie
Steel company's dally consumption of coke
is POO cars. Tbe Frlck company produces
about 1.500 cars of roke per day, so that
three-fifths of the whole gos to the steel
concern at the low price of tl.35 per ton
In other words, the Carnegie Steel com
pany, it is alleged, saves from $15,000 to
J1S.000 a day. With the cost of production
and freight rates and other items of ex
pense In the manufacture of coke constantly
going up. the minority stockholders of the
coke company say that If the contract Is
allowed to run their profits will be
eventually cut to almosKnotblng. The suit,
then, will ask the court to annul tbe agree
ment altogether and relieve them from a
situation that has bevn forced upon them
by the majority holdings.
HAVANA REMEMBERS MAINE
Seeonil tnnhrmnry ot lt UeM ruc
tion sntnlil Olmertril In
HAVANA. Feb. 15. The second anniver
sary of tho destruction of the United States
battleship Maine in this harbor was suitably
observed here today. Several hundred
Americans went out to the wreck of the
Maine, over which the l'n!te-d States flag
was flying at half-mast. Every available
piece of wreckage above the water was
banked with laurel.. From the searchlight
platform short prayers were offered by Dr.
McGee of the Episcopal church and Father
Jones of the Catholic church
At tbe church of Mercede the municipality
arranged for Imposing memorial services,
which were attended by Governor General
Wood and other civil and military officers.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. Today was the
second anniversary of the destruction of the
Maine In the harbor of Havana. Mrs. Hlll-
Ington of Chicago sent a large box of flowers
for distribution upon the graves of the vie
tlms of that disaster. Her son was a mem
ber of the crew of the Maine and lost his
life on that orcasloo. Colcnel True, the
depot quartermaster, personally undertook,
the work of placlne the flowers upon tne
graves of the Maine dead.
NO ACTION REGARDING CANAL
MinrocuK Hn Xnt De'clareil-Mnrltlnie
MANAGUA. Nicaragua. January 25. (Cor
rcspondence of the Associated Press.) The
government of Nicaragua has not. up to the
ptesent. acknowledged tbe receipt of the of
flclal letter delivered personally by Colonel
Rudolph Wleser. resident agent of tbe Marl
time Canal company of Nicaragua, to the
minister of public works, several weeks ago,
requesting the government to appoint arbi
trators to represent it in deciding disputed
qvetitlons relative to Nicaragua's conces
stems to the company. It is currently re
ported, however, that President Zelaya will
soon name Jcse Dolorer Rodrljtuci and
Bruno Bultrado In this connection. It is
seml-officlally announced that tbe govern
ment has not declared the company's con
Semi-official reports say that in a few days
President Zelaya will appoint a new cabinet
o' minister, including Jose Dolorez Rod
riguez. Dr. Luciano Gomez. Salvador Cas
trillo and General Velasquez. These men
have had experience In former cabinets.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Feb. 15. (Special.) The
t.oclal event of the season hue was the
marriage of Mis Trankle Warrick end M'.
Joe Shoemaker. The woddlng was at the
home of the brides sister. Mrs. fc. P. Wcath-
erby. The house was beautifully decorate!,
Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker leave on the
morning train for Denver and points of
interest in coior.-iiio. iney win oe ai nomc
alter March 1 In Salida county.
(.nfl) -M'nrn Id.-.
1'IERRK. S. I).. Feb. 15. (Special Tele
cram.! lrlci; K. Gatty of this city, Jud-e
c' the Sixth Judicial circuit, was married
laf. tilKtit to Mls Adallad" Warwick, at
Grand Inland. Neb.. DUbop Anson R. Graves .
o' Nebraska offlclatinK. Mr. and Mrs. Gafly
Will make a tour of tbe fouth before return
in? to this city. They will be borne about
Neiv 1 nrli I'lniin I, one.
NEW YORK. Feb. 15. Fire did J'.O.OOO
, ;-e at sn Mercer Mr.et tonight
i li-sses arc divided anions Morris Roeentctn,
' tuia and skins: J Kevy & Co.. children's
clothing". UofCLberK & Krause, clothing: M.
Jesi-ph & Co.. clothing. II. II. Ginsberg,
clothing: American fur dyeing works and
ti c I'hoenix Pants company.
l'nrlj lornliiu lllnre nt Ileal (Ink.
RED OAK. Ia.. Feb. 15 (Special Tele-
sratn.l Fire this morning destroyed W. F.
' - -
, r-uonley't restaurant and the grocery store
(, ,ce f. rc-a'qut. Most of the goods
Icy Is In Omaha on his wedding tiip.
Itiinl. et. llrlnc 1.1 1 1 If.
"H!CAG-i Feb. U-Asets of th defunM
fhemiial National bank of e'liifago, rep-
resenting a face value ,.r moe than Kk-j.-ji'i.
were sold at ..i.i-tlon by Ite elver William '
Nlblac-k loda- for JIST.TV The agel teprt-- '
f th0 TffceivtfT .-,moUnis due from national 1
banks icllrpuied lialHinefi. Hoiks and oer- I
draftn Real estate held by the bank valued .
at H.eiW will lie sold later. Une Juditmn' .
J"r tv&.m SH sold lor tl.&'i. The fhemi."
bank tarted l-i business in iw .md went I
i UIlJtr '' 10
Kllleil li t-'ullluu Domu Miiir.
NBW YORK 1-VI. '.-John R. oitmnn
jroker. was killed it me New York Athie i
club earl todai by falling clown tl e mjr-ile
tlrs to tbe main floor When half wa
down the stairs he slipped and fe". then
li down the remaining steps, his head
stnklrg ca-h steii and the blood whlh
rt.-iweii rrofui-eh tr.i,. n tic the whl'e
marble Mr Ol'ntsi was eicketl up unen
t lous and died soon afterward,
POLITICS IN BLACK HILLS
Etpnblic&ss of ttat Section Learning Wbit
M.K PREPARATIONS TO ELECT A SENATOR
Mnrlln Will Probably He the Mnn
I'uxloiilstK llmo Mnile t i n Mntr
vtltli rettlcrcvr n M-nutorlnl
t lin tuition.
DBADWOOD. S D.. Feb. IS (Spetlal )
The Black Hills republicans seem to be
coming to a more definite understanding
about wh.it they want this coming election
There has been a good deal ot uncertainty
for some time, whether to aek for a senator
or a concressman, but there now si-ems to
be a settled feeling that Mr. Gamble will
not stand for the senate, in which case the
Black Hills republicans will claim that of
fice and they would be conceded It by the
republicans of the eastern part of the state.
There have been a good many prospective
candidates" from the different cities of the
Hill, fcr cither the office ot senator or con-
grefsman. In the last few days sentiment (
seems to have centered upon E. W. Martin
an attorney ot Dcadwood. for senator. He l
being taken up by the republican papers of
the entire Black Hills, especially In Fall
River county, which Is la the most toutbern
part of the Hills. The outside Black Hills
towns have quite generally conceded the
enatorshlp to a Deadwood man. A number
of the leading republicans cf the eastern
part of the state are In Deadwood at pres
ent attending court. They, speaking for the
parly across the river, concede a senator to
the Black Hills. Mr. Martin, who will prob
ably be tbe man for the place, is popular
all over the Hills and he would be able
to unite all of the counties with Lawrence
county. slntf of rnlniilti.
The fusionlsts of the Hills bave already
made un their slate, althourh It mav be
changed quite materially before the cam-
palgn is really on. Senator Pettlgrow Is !
the nenatorial champion and Judge Joseph
B. Moore 1 his running mate. The Lead ,
Call, whlchc Is Judge Moore's organ, print
a two-column article, boosting; him for
congress. Senator Pcttigrew is claimed to
be "making a gallant fight against im
perialism and militarism In behalf ot the
great common people of the United States,
as against the hirelings of the. concerted
wealth ot tho world."
All fusionlsts. however, do not coincide
with the Call bocft for Judge Moore's
nomination It Is rumored that ex-Congressman
Knowlcs will come to the front
at the right time and will stand for an
other run. Mr. Knowles has his reform
paper running now with a good circulation
In the Hills, and he may give Judge Moore
a clrnr run
il. J , u
The indications are that the campaign
this fall will Ik- one of the htttest that the
Black Hills has ever had.
Iltlsll fI.IMVr sTILL lli:l).
Dloltlou of Mcl.cllnn i:tnie lo I
Mill l"oiiw-lil (Mer. !
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. Feb 15. (Special
Telegram.) As the result of the hearing
toda before Judge Jones of the state cir
cuit court, the matter of the writ of pro
hibition Issued a few days ago preventing
County Judge Wilkes and William Van
Eppi. from taking any action looking to tbe
settlemen of affairs of the ertate of John
McLellan. a wealthy pioneer who was killed
la' t August, the attorney's for the defeated
Canadian and American claimants with-
drew the application for the writ, "cnvlng
tbe case precisely as It was on the Stb
Inttant. when Cnnntv Jnrt. Wlllr.. mi
it in favor of the Irish claimants and ap
pointed William Van Epps administrator
Just what move will next be made in behal
o' tbe Canadian and American clalman c
I a matter of considerable speculation.
Mayor Lien has appointed the follow int
citizens to represent Sioux Falls at the
Mining congress to be held In Milwaukee
next June: H. H. Natwlck. S E Young
L. E. Estabrook. Dr. J. Steensen and John
Tri-.nf-r of Hnllronds.
PIERRE. S. D.. Feb. 15 iSperlel Tele
gram.) A deed was filed with the secretary
of state today which transfers all the Iln-
o: the Dakota Central railroad In South 1
Dakota and North Dakota to the Winona A
St Peter railroad. While the consideration
Is stated at $1. tbe instrument bears revenue
strmps to the amount of J10.295.
Another deed was filed transferring the 1
Winona & St. Peter road, the line extending ,
from Tyler. Minn., to Lake Hendericks. tbl.i '
state, for a consideration of $1. which bears
5IS worth of revenue stamps. i
Mom Knll Want the Convention.
SIOl'X FALLS. S. D.. Feb. 15. (Special
Telegram.) At a mass meeting tonight r
was decided to enter Sioux Falls In the
contest for location of the populist national
convention and a committee headed by
.Mayor a. ii. i-ien was seieciw to go to
1 Lincoln. Neb., to urge tbe claims of Slrux
i Falls upon the popu.ist national convention
j which meets at that place next Mondav
select the nlace 'or hclding the nexi na
( tionat convention t lcgram from Scna-or
FREE BOOK FOR WEAK MEN.
It Will Tell You All About Dr. Bennett's Electric
Belt and Why It is Guaranteed to Cure.
ISarlv cxrecs nnl in1iR. r.-ilr.n trmn,i ,,. ni.r rob a man of 1. ir-.r u a r.
suit In h train of jroit.rn sue h hh ljr..lni.. Impot,-,,,.,. imt. ilK N.-u ou-',
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I have treated weak tn' n nun- nd olel-Klnele htnl
iiiMrruui iur inn jcam, ana Know wlint ftreiit rnc-n-tal
torture they suffer I wlf-h you would Kle m- a
lair chance to cure von I wish on would . onMdei-
riouHly whiit I m In the Ilr-t plnec. 1 NKVi:lt
I'fl IiRt'GS I (oiildnt use drucm for the euro nf
these (INeases and be honest for I know
gre.it natural remed like Kleetrlclty a
oKinru uiiu rei ommeiiued oy Hi ietnlKls tile
world ov-r 1 c ure ow r W pei eerit of my
patients with it. 1 am the inventor of
DR. BENNETT'S ELECTRIC BELT
The gteat weak man and woman's home
self-tre-atment. My licit ha cured l.ml
people In this state alon It glve. a cur
rent of electricity you can Instantly te.l
and I will forfeit tl.OjO If It is not four titne
stronger than any other belt made Don t
i oe milieu ii) miaiii-u j.ieviiiL- nviit
eannm front tn exnerlment with
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health. My Helt Iiiik toft, silken, i-hainoln-f overed
i day you read this advertisement Guaranteed u 'ure
ail vwBKneen in men anu women Kidney, l.iver
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sla. all Female e'omnlaln ts. etc
Drop In at tn ofll i 'ansultatlon Is fre- or write
for tnv ImjoK. "The Flnil.ni; of the Fountain of IMeri 1
Youth It explain, al' S'o r harcr f"l' e r ! e I
.ins-r all i-orrestiond xv perxonal' I'.e ir. a'd
wrltt or c.iil tod i My Elect rli-al Sjp(n"" tr u
(tite of th' ariiu'. u c-a 1, i e.st . h it rn. n i- I'J'.EF t-. in
Belie Sold only by
DR. BENNETT ELECTRIC BELT CO.
Rooms 18tn21 Duulas Hlock Opposite Ilaydcn s
Cor. Kit It iiiiii I)od; Sts . OAlAllA. Mill.
rettlgrew was read at the meeting ,u wh a
be announces that several intluen- al tii
he's of the p-pulist aaiU-na'. c-.tirtt -tir ,i
r'.idy have pledged tbetDees to s .
PERf. Neb.. Fe. 15.-iSpcial.i-Rev '
Bedell, who died Sunday morning after a '
short Illness, was burled Tuesday. Father
Bedt-il was 76 years old and has been pastor i
of the HtptiK church here for seventeen I
ORH Neb Feb. 1. -i Spe :j 1
Wit:, who died here M iday and 'aken
to Grand Island for burial yestrrda
4 rars old and had for fo-ty years
a miller. He was born in Germany
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
I'nlr nn.t ( onllmieii Cnlil Tnilnj nn. I
sntiir.ltu-Wln.l. to lit- nrl- 1
15. Foresas: 'c
Friday and Saturday
For Nebraska, South Dakota and Katir .3
Fair and continued cold Frlda and Sa u
day; variable winds.
For Iowa Fair and continued ",d Fndav
and Saturday; fresh northwest w.rls
For Missouri Fair and continue 1 u
Friday; northerly winds; Saturday fj
l'or Wyoming Snow- flurries a- 1
tinue-i cold Friday and Saturda? tana:
oFncn or Tfin weather nrnEV
OMAHA. Fob. 16. Omaha re-..r,l , ' tki
ptrature and precipitation. compar-4 wi'b
the rurpondlnc day t-f the ljt lree
J ears t
1JW. HK' l5 is
Maximum temperature. t (. I
Minimum ter.iprature- . .-' ;
Average temperature. . . 2 4" :s i
Precipitation 00 T 0 I
Record of temperature and iircrtpn-ii n !
at Omaha for this day and sln-c Marb
Normal for the day
uetieiency ror the day
Iji.1 "J,rJ?Jnl?-,?.rln.'' :3,"r,,h 1
jllclency In rainfall for day!
Total mlnia!! since- March 1
i : i ii -
Detlrtem-y since March ... . :. v". im nr
Delleiem-y for cor. period) lSls i . i
Deficiency for cor period. IKK. '" - ir .
It.-iKirt from Mnlliiun nt S i. ill.
STATIONS AND STATE
North Platte, siiowinc...
Salt Ikc City, snowtnc
Itatild Cltv. clear
j St. louls. snowing
I st. Paul, clenr
i -1 n
1 C v
' v i,
i r6 .
llelenu. I'lenr ..
j KatiRa city, cloudy
! Havre, clour
, Hlsmarck. clear
Galestnn. cloudy ....
T Indicates trace of prorlpltntl"Ti
LVClfS A WELSH
Local Forecast utile a.
THERE IS A CLASS OF PEOPLE
Who are Injured bv th use of coffee Re
cently there has been placed tn al) the
rrocery stores a new preparation called
GRAIN-O. made of nure rraJns. that ta'cei
the place of coffe. The most detrain
receives It w,, distress.
not cost over as much. Children may
drink it with great banent. nets, and 25
' cts. per pacaace. iry Jt, ASlt ros
When otbtrs fall consult
mm mi t
atn i wn stsan i asm
J-' WH<i W.LLi:i
We guarantee to our ml caoa ourabl ot
WEAK MEN SYPHILIS
SZHUALLY. cured for life.
Klchtlj Emlssloos, Lou Manhood, Hydrocele
Veriool-. Gonorrhea, Gleot, Syphuik. Strlct
are, PIVea, FUtula and RecUl Ulcers and
AH Private Diseases
and DUorderA of Mtn.
STRICTURE and CLEET RokAT
Consultation f re Cull on or oddreaa
DR. SEARLE5 6t SEARLES.
ut s. Hth-t. CHAHA.
ry male pur hati r of one of m..
TURKISH T. & P. PILLS brings monthly men-
i.iiuii.uii it men tj- (lovcruisuppeiini you
V L , r-r ' V ' ""I ii; ip ny cse. ny man,
Harm's Drug jtort, iSth & Farnam, Omaha, Neb.
-lis? 1 -
e r M Ti'uL' 41,1 I',iwellt n
Ave., I'. 'nJt .'lua. wr.t
"1 hnd Hi'lntnuiatury rheumatism,
which rv.ns fni weeks it. tent that
1 was unable to walk I wn.. troattd
by 5e?viral prominent iihyxieians.
find tritxl many jmtent ttiexllolne's,
but without relii-f. 1 felt o much
bt'tter after tnk -tir two tottlp of
S. 5. S . that I i-u'iiir mil thervme
dy anil in tw muM1 .i 1 was cures!
on!tiili't('!y . ntil h;ii- tu" r since
hnd n tom-h of the' d .ne "
(S. 't S "MH i ' l tv ,it
b.di .! t., p " -o , n.
is Rimrant ed purrlv t ii v Jh ,j
for n''l'llile lKOks tt nlle d fi . e by Sw f t
Spec R CoiiUMil'T. At nuln (a
- - .
Digests what you eat.
It artilic ially tHni'sts. lu- food rind tuda
Katute in btrctictlic-iiitin and n-cou-strucilUK
tin' cxiuiui-tcd digestive or
can. It istliclantdiscvivcroddtcpst.
nut and tonic. No .tli.-r iiri'ikiraitou
can npproacli It In e Ulfli'iicy. It, in
stiintly relk've-and pcrnianotitly dirts
byspeiiia, Itieltcostion, Ileurthurn.
Klatuli'iice, Sm.r :-totnach, 'aii",
Sick IkadaclH'.i.ii-stralKia.t rnnips and
all otlitT results uf I inperlcct dik'i'0"
1'rli-efA-. .mil l 1 rcp i licconmlnsSK 1 lines
tni.iu -- ll.KUaiiali-jun'sin t-wuiu irv
Prcoorcd by E. C De VI r A CO-. Chlcaoo
Trcstt tl'. pcrrra al
8? DISORDERS OF
22 Vhm Tiyerlfrte
1" carnn Orr.si-.J
:4t.lt( AL Tre-atu-ut
Ct-mti ned V?r ocetf.
Stricture. S'ptni't, I.c:io( V f ortndVitalitr.
(rntSfiri'U'.'Tn.D. Cargn low. IIOXC
TItClTJII M. 1! c. ul'ation and Kaiu
urn. I .tr licora, B a tu ioC;7to(j in
SuiidaT.9'o t; 1 O I.xC,b OfT'cr, N r.
I o-, 14ID aud Taroaci Etrcet. C'MAll A, NT.)
JOBBERS & MANUFACTURERS
M o E, Smith & Co.
Imp tr aid loblera ol
i Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods
BOILER AND SHEETIR0N WORKS
Siu-eror AVlNon A Drnl.e.
Mu L,far-t ure hoi.erc. moke.- htm k ft' i
I lee nines. pref,ur . re-mn rl: shec m,
iUIJ .Hid a''- lunk mill r uli.s eo
I Ktn nT.1 on 'i. nnl. ft- no '..ii it 1 .I'm- b"Ui;hi
, it, 1 . , ' SpC'i.-il ..nl pKrnit n:itl" j
,e,it- In i1l rr ' ,-" :'"v f' " e
Electric, Wirjnsr TJe'is ani :h-
O. W JOIIKRTO. !-
B merican Hand
v Sewed Sitae Co
M'frs Jobbers of Foot Wear
wisirss aoikts ran
The Joseph Bonican Bubber Co.
Of oven xst EseuUcturrrt of nil form ct
SAFE AND IRON ORK5.
Eie Omaha Safe
and iron Works,
O. ANDUIiK.N, Prop.
11 l; 33 aspef,ity of -
I r - APr:S
ind Iluryl-jr I'to f s-if .m i V. u t Doors, els.
mil S. Itlli .. Ouiuh. .eb.
Ei Davis & Son
I.f.a' r F'i'"y Oa'i - K.e.."-r r-f tr
irg a ipe a' I.a''rr alve I tjn t t
Li-vanrs, L'ner.ea and Fru Ing Fr- es.
B ft Q r FhI
lr -Ii ' IR
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