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Tm: OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 13. 1W
Tim Omaha Sumui Bes.
.NEBRASKA WINS ONE DEBATE
il i M 9 r t
4 11 t;
omaha. rxrAT. decembfr u 1-
HE fwoot a-err-arkable thins; about the
moat remarkable sport Is that Id th
long and e-.-eoAful history of organ
ised baa ball lur stain of. eisr
put have tw defaoed its record.
sind non for any lemrtb cf. Urn. It is.
therefore, all tl. mow essential that the
charge of attempted bribing- of nmplrn In
the New Tork-Chioro game October
lrotirht to l;ht at th National leagues
annual meeting Friday be sifted to th
bottom and tbe guilty parties putriahed.
Certainly It ia grstif) leg to the patrons of
'Se bail. &e well aa the boneat nuMtu
f th league. Joining- In a forsnal dew. and
fur a starching lnvest-gatiou of th affair
i:h the view of criminal prosecution. But
whether th aruilty parties are evtr fer
f!td out and brought a Jair.io or awn.
the scfron of tbe umpires first ana tb
course of th ma-nte afterward will al
ma) a Cwid out aa j-re-eminent proof of
t!.e irreproachable character of organised
i.ae ball. Bo long aa men of abe intern
and Johnston type hold th Indicator base
ball will be fortified to a vry iarge de
gree exainat oa 4f tb asxiet ausidioos ve
aa evil t'gjt baa ruined simme apart ana
laid others low lor a tume. Tbe f unUrr
baa kmc ago bt-en driven from baa ball
and that la why. chit-fly. baae bail baa at
tained its phenomenal degree of popularity
-.- prosperity. Perhaps the snoet satis
fytiiS feature f I turn present awoantion
th assurance that the scoundrels who at
tempted to bribe lha umpires bad no con
cert k.n -,tb a(Mit 0. die JtaH. They
ere outsiders, gambler, who feed aeid
plan to truffle with Lb ootoeat bUat in
to deirrmine the National It j ckampion
sliiu. This divests both Chicago and New
l'ork of any MoMtara of suspicion.
CASPAR TVD1DET DIVORCED
Editor of On tin 7 K&axine Sued by
Tife ia Omaha Court
AL50 CETS S3TTJ0 OC
a W Artmm Aw iana
EilmM Crwplty am a aVM.
r aa Tan H ulrel
Caspar Vlinam A-Wtnr Tor.
lUor pf Outlna Marmin and on of th
beat knenyn writcta and autboritiea on
portina- topVra in th Vnl fMatea. waa
o.VnmeJ ta Oguka Friday nrtHn tn
Jnuca jme'm ooart. Mia wlf. Cora TRIilt
ny. cr4 th d"rr and a mor.Un
!uncnr at a henr.r.a: l iJ during th n on
iiaa of court and laaatnc oaly a few
mlnstea. Mr. VbUnpy did not Tifrbt tb
Torr and med o tti aHowaoo af
Eery prcauUon waa talun to kip th
fruit and the hearing a fcret. Tti petttioa
waa filed a wk are Monday and th nam
of tbe defendant waa tr:ven aa C. WiUiaaa
BRIEF OTY KEVS
ara Boot mat n.
adolpa F. wwaboda, rsbiaa Aaevaataaa
Koraad a aaasaaa to daaotag-. HID.1M1.
aUaaaart, photographer, llth faraam
lWwxaaa, 117 N. 1. Doulaa a ho.
a aWaska for holiday caadiaa ani'ci-
gara. lit A. It ah.
BaattaMa XdJa PoUckM a .girt drafu at
maturity. H. D. Neely, manager, Omaha
Xaap your maavey aad valaaalea In a
aafc dpo1t box la tbe Amartcaa Safe De-
paarat TauKa la Tbe B-tBildlB. whir (a
aaaolntajy bargriar and firej-rowt. Boa
enrt aar aoiy a yar r xaruwr.
K. Thaaaaa Vaaa Cor XlTort Eifrfil
Thomaa baa applied for a divorce from
LfUlian C Thomaa, to whom he waa roar
tad in iaauarr. W, ciarxisx hex wltL
Oaaoa Vy Xyal Clab Th Ioyal clnb
gave a dano Friday evening at Frenxer
bait Twnt--f ourth and Parkr atreeta L.
O. Uolmburc aoted aa tbairmaa f tbe en
tertalJLinect toaconitte wbkb bad 4b daai-
r. M. A. Carrlckar to paak Dr. M A
Carrfe'ker will addreaa the Omaha pbiloae
ctbiLal aooiety CWaday at S e'cloca p. nv la
Bartgd-t ball. Ntneteecub and Farnan
! ixtOa. o "PbUoaujiy of Pcyaio-py chic
VbKnr aaaicad of Caapar WMutej-, aa he
la universally aaown. The caa waa oaiied i Evolution."
before Judge Enelie at 1:30 o tlr in the) Cbarga of Bafraadiad' Xotei Cm th
alteraaoe. when only two or three lawyer j charge of baring defrauded an tnirkpr
lntrw.ed an aaOTber eaae were ta the room. 1 Albert Kdaer of Ijemart, la., waa arraM
l a 8. taker waa Mra. WTottnea-a ml-i ia Omaha -Friday afternoon ty Of fir lUnn
tomey and Torn 8. lcr. wbe liaa aa offlo 1 and aba V bla bona town 8attrr&2y by
w-itb I udre Hakr. repreaentd her tua- Jlarahal F. S. Smttb f Ueraara t anawerr
band. Tbe fliea ere not rr turned to the the charge. Maaer ta a batcher by trt
dlatrkf clerk 'a office, but were locked srpland of Savediidi Aatiriiy.
ta Jdga mara deak and be waa cat oil Tidat kooarralta nctara Poet
tbe city Baturoay. l macter Thomaa la In receirt of a ateel en-
la her petraon Mra -W-hltney charred bar gr, photograpb from PatdA Roaae-
nuacana wtn nonaupporx ana "' , wMh tbe preaent e auitaj-b at-
' - l tactted. wblab tie naturally Jriaea ver-
uraiKrwmrr.,.- biablv. Tba ra-ina beara the date of
" . Z L y l iltr i. JJt, and ia retried aa tbe
beat fiolure of tbe preatfebt axtaai.
arie came to
vest tck ( Nw Tor to ta over rbeir
dosnaenu; treublea with liar buvbaad. f
aaa ab went to Ma office and he ordered
her out. She rcfus-d to go and be e'.ruck
ber. knocking ber dswa, and tben paariod
her oat rata U ball. Fbe preaentd a
depoe-itton from a man who waa in tbe
altic at tbe tin corroborating- ber rtcry
aa to tbe cruelty . Befone ber taarbage
ah aaaa Miaa Cora Oiaee ax.d abe and Mr.
Whitney wer roarelad ia Xtw fork: an
Caspar Whitney ia 17 year old and waa
a a!Kl-Cit at Harvard. Cisoe hta youth tie
baa devoted moat f bia Lane to bvniang
and travelinsT and baa written a large num
b-r tf bcK-ka on tbeee tof.ica.
Hit. Whitney iaan unurually beautiful
woman. Khe appeared In court In simple
but gant dreaa
ln't it about time to put tJ. lid s the
cover-up"' and "optloa' evlla? jTwae prac
work great lnyuatke atd in Juried.
The habit of aorae aaaar laagru tam of
buying players for Crtendly colaors ta in
!efene!b and vbould be stopped. Xt works
an Injury upon competing- minors and fre
quently upon otfeer nuOora. rbere 1 ceaaly
ro legal JuMfficatlon for it and certainly
to grounda on which tbe rami eaii(
may be excuaed. Aa to th optioa at. too.
Worka wrongra, though It does sot Seem
to be as peeiilcinaja a mrtw mm tr. xv.
riiis last season President Bowrks of ihaf
Omalia team felt the injustice of tbe op
tion. A certain American leaarje magriaXe
SfcureJ an opUoa a aioany Austin, a jnaa
that several teana. up to a certain tisne.
would l!k to have had. Brt Tar as Rourke
anew thia magnate aajUod sr. A arauld
take Austin, but at the eleventh stow. Just
In time for the draft to aoia Jinaaay. UrV
tnagnate -4ea.nf lUs option and kkaad
over the deL Then rh New Tnrk Amrr-t-wns
drafted Joiaaas, rnata te tbe haguat
.h.m, ,J i ..... 7 . "tendon t. the Pacific caaat. Th. price
! I"" ,1 "jfT! U C lti for . Und i. given St WHO. TbU
!'".r "',r ,r",'ea Jnnt "iura. tract was sold to Mr. Hutcson by F.
Wini ia Platform Content from Kea
BAMLES TEIXAT OTHZS teak H Q THE REAL TECT OF M ECH AH1CAL FITNESS
HUTESON N0WAUND BARON
iMtkrr ttaiakaa Baya Vaat Tract la
SsrUrra Part JBritlah
3. C. Huteson. preekJent of tbe Hutoaoa
Otlkal company and member of tbe tat
Board of Optomrtry. has Jaat cewrpieadj
nogwtlaUoM far tbe purobaaa UJW mat
of land ia lb northern paK Brrtash Co
Umbla. along tbe line of tbe Grand Trunk
Xnspactiar roatoflaoa rmisdtusa Will
iam W. irtcvexis of Waablntiia. 2. C
4oeil Inapador of furniture of public
buildings for tbe Treaeury department, la
aa Omaha vtrrtor. tncidetnally visiting tbe
Oaaatia postoffioe building. Ho pronounced
tamnnl as erjr well aauafied arMb bbe
coaauioa f JIe fiaautur of tbe Oraaba
baildMag aad tbe excelleaU abafw w4ia
which U bad been kept.
Tobacco Cases Corns Vy W"a4ty The
first of the seventy-five Indictments re
turned by Ue east county grand Jury for
selling tobacco to minors will be callel
up tor trial In criminal court by County
Attorney Bnglisb Manday morning. Juahua
Ccbn. Twenty-aevanlli and "I streets.
Bouta Omaba. wjil be tbe tirat ae pl&cra
vd tataL 1. 1 ace u area are Paul McA-uiey,
truaiit ffica to dtootb Omaha, aad two
bora. Ouy Taaoa and Fraast Hwnpel.
Wlsewaala ee t uilam PeelaSaei
la Defeats m Madia . Iowa
Wlaa aad t.sara la ae
liNCXX-N. Dec li. Nebraka'a three oe
batrra. J. E. Bednar. R W. Batea and Paa
Driscoll, were tonight swarded the decision
over 8. M. Thompein. H. B. Frissell and
J. C- Herbstman. representing Illinois uni
versity, in the contert held at Memorial
'hall of tbe Vnivetfrlty of Nebraska.
Nebraska bad the affirmative of the oties-
tioa, faroringr a commlaalo form of muni
ctpal aroverameiit. Governor Sheldon acted
as prea. dinar officer.
Bad a era Oattalk Nebraaluu
JLaXlSON, Wi , Dec. It pec!al Tele
gram.) By a unanlmoua rote of the Jury
victory was awarded to the Bafiger team
laet tilrbt in tbe annual antercolleariate de-
bat at Library balL Tbe debate was the
best attended of auofe contests during recent
years. The Jury consisted of Attorney Gen
eral E. T. Toung of Paul. Minn., and
PtoTb. J. W. Garner and E. V. Green ef
tbe V al v canity af IUiaola A commendable
feature of the debate was the cordial recep
tion given to tbe Nebraska debaters, wbj
were cheered trctte as generously aa tbe
bom aeaaa. Monte F. Apple, tbe first Wis
consin speaker, asserted as the main cen
ter ti on of tbe affirmative, that the chief
function -of a city as administrative not j J
aaasaiauea. itie iriBiKaTe yrwtfrikm j
dealt wttb tiy the state leaialaturra. Three
tosdenolea. be aald. are clearly discernible
in American municipal g-ovemment: A re
duction In the number of responsible offl
dala. the ejection of official! at large, and
the fos&oa of leglalaUTc and executive
fanctiona. Tt comsaissloa plan, he arg-jed.
Is tbe craatallisalioa of tbes three tendaif
President Norris I. O Nrlll s proposi
tion to widen tbe foul lines six or elgbt
feet aa a means of Incieaamr toarens; and
the burdn of fielding- may. In time, be
come popular, but t will strike some man
ager ss re-olu(iausurir . Jat sow. epeJsf hr 1
th?se managers wboso te&cfcr
ready merge wirh the extremity of the
foul tinea That suggests aaotber ttaasr
that might redound to the great benefit of
all Inlerests hamely the compulsory en
Ursement of aotne of t!es miciaturo base
Clark Oriffith has at last sigrjed up a
rse-yar con ract to JsaaAg "-''"-"I
M. Ruilenbury of Victoria. B. C j
It is tbe Intention cf Mr. Huteaoa to col-1
oniae th tract with settlers from the trd
dle ataties and with the western Ceaada
The land la admitted: y the fin
est ia the northern part of the province.
It Ilea in th Neehaoo valy.
"B'erk ast tbe G raed -Trj- im not -pro-
greatsed thr-Higb Uas vaUey tart ber tbaa
definite surieya but oonstruction 'J in
progress from both ends of tbe extension.
Huadreds ax n eekusg' enrpto-naesit are
gjlng north to Princa Itupert, tb wesUra
terminus of the line.
Mr. Rattenbury, who retains 39.0'JO acres
of liTid in the Buikeley valley, which is
also to be traversed by the Grand Trur.lt,
ia a prominent Victoria architect- Ha de
aissad iba Ffi"h t-". ParOamcnt
Whatever resulta that obtains far Gtrrr ' buildtass snd tlie Empress hotel biliiding
tlerrmann and 1.1s &eda. U aril baee the j at Victoria. 4b finest Kmctuni of tbe alsd
ftraufymaT rrfeot cf iouMaxg sna&y a dn-ps O'er buiU by Lb Cacadiaa Pacific railway,
latbp for tbe presnaut. For taatsace TMMau fhworal otbr Omaba aieo are toterested
ili lav to cooctmus ia bia sasii li for a ia land aa tb Kacaac vaJkuf. Jral Ab
1ctlm onto whom he may unload bis I bott. E G. McGllton and Frank CrawforJ
Kansas City bunaea. Grif should be able bav lu-g t.oldinga tber and are ntbaat-
aatic eaar tba rutur of tb c-oua-try.
"It la bound to be a great country, said
Mr. Hutason. "It is rarest of tb west range
rant there. It's a f-reat fruit country, but
at present it is SM miles from the railroad.
Wbso tb railroad seta sbere th world will
bear stometliuuj of thai vaUsy.
der Is rd tb dr.y of Hrry limaier, the
altrae tbaef am baa toeea g1cea ooavwd
rabte atu-atiea by tbe police dau-lna" tb
last six areeks, duda-e Crawfard disiv-rod
Lbe ansa ta s-lic court aat at day sriorriirig
aad craered ctlra to leave Oxuaba inunedi-
atelr- Tbe aua i arlfe ia cow aervtna; a
t ta lb county Jail for larceny, and
ZiSBKoer bad Jast completed a thiny-iiay
aen-ua-ic fYlday a hen be was ax a in n-
raa Bxtlst, Journalist, Sir Dan Butler,
city clerk. Is new n tbe bh road to pras
petsty. He ha decided t becoxa a 1-a-er-
aalast asd on Saturaiqr sig-Mxt as oorre-
rponuent far tb London Times, eereclally
empowered to write on topics pertain ng to
municipal gavemmenL The Ixmdan paper
has recently opened aa Amerion effi: ja
Near Tork and Robot P. Porter, In cbarg.
write Mr. BuQer that if hla stuTf ia bot
enough It will be sent across tb pond by
to get sosn rasurts in Ccancatl. If fate
old running come bark to him lbs -ma-mak
a contender out cf tbe Red.
W are whb yam. Maoea, a -yoar plaint
for a square deal, but w cant -o tba
route wuh you for greater aeciinty la
the maater cf eaad-cf-tbc atasoa devasta
tion by tbe U laarua. Tea have tbe
protection of the rule that permits tb
drafting of only on of yoar sne aad
that look 10t cod ewaaactaen. The sitnar
leegu tnafmat wbo deliberately sella bitn
aa f down to a gtlaa-o poor basis lias Wm--lf
and not ths rules to bl-une. And be
la a shortsighted manager, too.
I n "!!i V. cli-; ' -"'--e'teJ (--r ; 1
In live Chalmers-Detroit "SO" ve are offering tLe buyer tbe only four-oyliiKler cat,
wllirijr around $1,500. that Las proven by public te?tf? its great reliability ami r-xreptioriftl
standing up qualities.
One of the first of these 19(& models, startinjr Snnday. Ansmst 9ih. lf0S, made four
round trip? dailv letween Detroit and Pontiae, Mich.. 203 miles & dzj, for 100 consecu
tive days, finifhlnc S'ovemWr 17th. ll'OS. This frrand total of 20.SO0 miles in 100 days is
a world's record no other automobile ever ran as far in the wme length of time no other
automobile, no matter what price or power, ever iJiowed such consistency of performance.
Let us show you this wonderful car or mail you descriptive literature,
CAES IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
F. E. FREDRIGKSOM, 2046 FARHMH ST.
Also Ag-ert for Pierce, Thomas end Rapids.
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HANGS HERSELF ON STREET
and allppery atreeta are proving trouble
some to horses that are poorly shod. Will
Hardy, a colored man who drives a wagon
for the Amertcaa Furniture company, waa
arrested Saturday morning by Humane Of
ficer Wooldrldge aad charged with cruelty
to animals, bia horse having been forced
to work when it needed reabneing. Hardy
was discharged in police court, but the
Jadge told bun to take care of bis horse
and bsve It abed Immediately.
J" sal tor go a fsr Aaaaalt William Tay
lr. Janitor of a bjaULng; on Tdaraey stret
G urta ve Borneo, tn cloitlng for th
Badger team, showed that Ibe commlnaxm
arstess, by fovJua; for tbe Initiative.
referendum, aad reoalL briars the officials
kit tbe direct control cf the pecpla
George W. Blancbard. continulna; for tb
affirmative, artrued that the commlRSlfw
Tstesn, wy concesrtratasig power in tba
handa of Hve men. centers responsibility.
It secures better men. experts being chosen
rafher than political benchmen. Through
riblirjtr f scombU public Interest 1 kept
tsitor Debaters Defeated.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Dec li (Special
TeiestrasB.t Iowa university debaters de
feated Minnesota rt night in tbe Inter-j
collegia debate held at the chapel of the
Czdvesrity of Minnesota in Minneapolis. .
Tbe Iowa men had tbe negative side of the
ueUloaL. "Resolved. That American cltlea .
abould adopt a commlasioa form of govern
mm" last waa represented by Earl
Stewart. Vincent gtarxlnger and Charlaa
V. Driargs In the debate, and Minnesota
speakers wer. Max Iwes1hal. John Sin
clair aad Zenas Potter.
Trie Ju&gea were all from Lincoln, Neb.
They were. Prof. George E. Howard. Prof.
W. G. Iu. Taylor and Albert Watklna.
Tbe Minnesota men advanced tbe line of
argument on their affirmative stand that
bscaase tn caresent system of civic gov
ernment has proved a dismal failure for
so many years, it waa Urn that reformers
ouit trying- to reform, but that a new sys
tem aristtld be adapted. . They pointed out
tbe grand work at tb coauaissioa system
The nag a live side made the point that
tbe legislative and executive power of gov
ernment should be separsted and that in
stead of adopting a new system of govern
ment, reformers shouid strive to improve
Ivra Debaters Are Winner.
IOWA CITT, Ia. Dec, IT (Special Tele
gram. r Iowa's debaters wia a wnsiiiin ina
derision over tbe Wisconsin team here to
4rat ta tb debate a tb iiifiuai: "Re
solved, That American cities should adopt
a oenxtntasioa term of goreraaent. Tbe
Hawkey teata. A. Luxferd, K. C. P.obixr.a
aad C F. Coaltar, ably amsMiaad srg amenta
and Illustrations ahowlng that the tremwad-
In, Aattmia Korjra, Deaentcd by
lall. Tales Er Life.
B0DT DA5CLES ITCH SIGX30AED
Sbavkla iabt Meets Eye f Pen
Paaslas; n TFIfteeatb, Flxteeatb
ad V lata Streets TCsvrly
ta tb Day.
SALOON IS CARRIENATiOMZED
court AiturSjir roi-mlng and hf r pr-'perty :
is eamU-d to If worth Out of
tlOa she g-ivea her husband the. f umifur '
and M. her father. Stillwt'J Ox-dmsn. .
W. her mother. Mrs. Nancy Ci irr an, 1 T&ihtX f Zcj WuO Cf tt UW Wfcllo
JJi, and hr brcthf-ra. Gcorre.. Jsmev Cape DrtJlk Plija KT0C.
and Joba Gocdman. J-V' tacii. She ieavt-a
Ui otphew. F.rr Cr.r?dil1. ti.". j '
AU the r,r. t f hr pr p-rty r-h directs TJSLS HAIOCCR IKSTXAD EATCHXT
shall jro to '.he little (TlrV but it rosy not j
bercrae hera without a legal f.rht. AarrBtJr j-, jiums Ga aa
The p- t-lion filed f aturiiy asks that J . ,
jBda-e Bryce Crawford be arrMr.ted cxe- h "
tutor of Uie eelate, but brott-ers of Mrs. Dsn baarat rttm
I'ulruk object to the appointment and j bier Ilaacb.
hrve aslted that Charles S. E.FJtur be 5
TROUBLES END IU SUICIDE
Christ HaCaaaa TaVea lAt Win
. Care fiiM 9mm ivtly
Christ Hoffman shot and fstalry wounded
himself at t a m. Ea'urday in bis room In
tb Ptvoaka Uocit at Twenty -snath and N
What will happen wba lb irat artJU street. H dud wttban two hours at the
heavy echt cl.ampioi arli ewor oonseaeed aouth Omaha rmerrrtai. His death was due
meet a colored soaa and tbe ttrt robjrad u a bullet wound which ranged through
Ian a bo ever l.ad the opportunity cf soaa- t tbe rietbt temple into the brain,
pet" for the beavyweigrht cbamiaanabtp liatlmaa was a Ctfun blacasmlth who
finally taaretber son In Aasuwlia : raa a ahop nsxt dr t tb Wsacott livery
Tommy bumm aad Brer sutiaaing ahjch? j barn, near Twenty-fourth aad O street a
He was la that ahop for snanr yeara His
.gs waa about W years.
About seven weeks ago be took lodging
in tbe Pivonka black, raatlng; room of
between Bhtecntb and Xlncteecth. baa Cua evils r revs Ring under the present own.
begun suit against Henry J. BoMrg-eois for j di form of government, thst city eorpors
Hi.O'.d for aliened assault. Accordmdr to bis Uoua as at praasat oonstitutad are c match
pet:Uon Boursaols objected to bis locking tor tba bw "sarvtc- corporaUooa. and that
up tb toilet roa on tbe floor abow Uur- j tba pnmnt torn, of checks and bai&ace
gooU' stor at o'clock. Bourgeola. b saja, t h.v, juD-elir failed. lUustratinsr tha stead
Ootcb not tb first Assencaa giadiotoT
to go to Curtipo and be satrua by tbs anaa
be is koking for. M.nd th footrsc doaca
In Franc twtnty years ago ia whb b Ci ar
ley Mitchell uvdastasjeed eld John U Tbs
only tfeff corse as Gxtcb eaa't even get
Hack ta agree to enter tb ring.
Toung Dwyer, who plaed firat for r
aiautn last rar, baa bea rewarded by
Iasbiejit JJlttista with ruaatgcrtal fuao
Uusia, auooecillug Caarle' lirxter. If Dwy
er s inanagerlal work ta as good as bis
playlr.g Dea Moteea abould not a-iffi-v for
Ittttk TbM. one Otnaba'a left fielder, is
bow accused of bettur a pljtorrai- Susa
sordid aportiadr wrttar ar asysaa- tkat
Purw atatMai qiarraafiaahi aaaia tor bis
servbws a snaaaaer mt Slavs nnah. Tblak
of Buck aa a aaasa luaaadrer.
Just as aa andaa to th dsveiopcaent of
baae bail tt snisfct b ssaiad tbat ta total
payrull of tba Cbaoaa Wbu Sua. a
major ksagaa tisam. ta bad. waa dcuaw said
tb payruU of Indiaaeptrfia. a sslaur Irag-u
teaan. ia 1M waa tTl.au.
Hers a tip. If Hdbasiberk svelopa Bart
year aa be ta a -sported tm b'il ba arraabad
tup by tba Cuba. s saor tbaa dupe
bacti of tbia.
Tb Katlanal Cora sijostiiua. CTbrtataaaa,
Now Tear. Waabingtoa's btrtaday. April
Foal, Aa la (be ar tbs aUpa of
Tebeaa ofrers bia Hf ansa a City franchise
tr aal at . aad laMl iils at Aa.Ssa
!waal csr A by daeaat be?
Now. iuat as soon as w ml la ail tbaa
suaaartal gaps wa ll bs ready ts atart
No. P bxal snsTasd Ooraaa aa yet. Rut
fsext (is mbim tnlatag saaaota.
Mra. Johnson, wb ba ta ault ever
Jaks Klein's salc-oa, lie was a vary outet
and reacrved man. About two weeks ado
be lost his position.
Mra. Johnson bad lust asked Iloffmaa If
he waa ready to bava his raoaa placar1
ia order aad bs replied tbat t would bs
goinsT aver to tb pacalrdi beus soera. b
"I sriB wait, thee, (HI ye .
Sh wenl about other work and heard th
ahou Her buabaud called tb police at
one aad ChUt brntg osaa Tb touad
all bis effects la a trunk wraer Hoffraaa
bad xteaUy pacaved them mtta a latter ex-
AsintbaT tbat b was tired of life, aad of
a t aayoaa. His rf facts b acked
sent to bis aoo-tn-Uw, Goa 8cbwartxlander.
Hofttaan bad ucdetgoaa saor tbaa th
usual attars of troubia. His daughter,
Frarda lioffxaaa, was killed ta tbs Trhir
teen streat wreck ia Bostb Osaaba daring
tb biT snowstorm of March 11, IsoC Sine
that tuu bia Ui baa bea unhappy. Ilia
lie died after a rear bad alapaod, appar
ently graruui over tbe daugbtcr till tbs
Crooor lleafey ttm: oharg mt Lb body.
FIVE YEARS FOR PURSE THIEF
steward mt rtsk alrssl a tmw SVaalrb.
lag pbb tswss Taaas;
A flv-yar aatiteaca ta tb pwutnotiary
was gtvea Fraak li rooks by Judg Sears
fiaturday ssuralbg fsr saatcblasT ta purse
of Miss lWt E. Memn. Tb robbery
took plac at siewnteeath and Caa streets
in tb po sunne of svsral bastaxidsir. s-bs
pursued Rrooaa aad raagbt bisa before
bs could jr aaay. Rrooas pleaded caUly
Cliarias tvtagt.ia. obW waaeas agalaat
Edward Bextua. who was Indtrud by tbs
grand jury tor srilisj ooeaila. was 4as
seaaeatced to fiv years ba tb penitentiary.
Coving-low i h da d gcuHis- So burglary sev
eral days KCX but las acjutebc as de
attacked Llm aad be raa tat another room
and locked tbe door. Then his assailant
executed a flank movement by running
dean stair aad up the back way, kaockln,
lam down axid breJUc" bis leg.
Peddler Vmtm faosras ataaamr Far anil-
tag walcata tn aa unlawf al measure at the '
eentmr of Sixteenth and Farnam atreels
Friday afternoon, fU A- Jackson, a peddler,
was arresid by 1. O Prgg, city inspector
of weights and sw as urea, aad futad St and
costs ta polio court. After beans; arrested.
Jackson was released from the police sta
tion oa bond, and was later arrested by
Patrolman Chapmaa oa tb chargs ef ob
structing tbe sidewalk. Hs ws discharged
ta latter count abe be faced the
tadg Bat ur day.
lai-Osd TVtuw Oakobas Boy Oeorg
Rosa, Fany-Cleat aad Uodg airoata. 11
ysars of sue aad styled bjr tb probation
officers a a 'chromic runaway," waa cap
tured Friday ia If ansa a Cty aad returned
to Omaha by tb probation officer of that
city. Thld was put oa tb train aad
cam boas alone, bttaa" placed an th De
tention home aa his arrival. Us wljl he
give a bearing; ta probation court Mouday.
Georg-s M. Hunt, on of Lbe officers abot
an tb Adam-God" riot ta Kanaas CUy
few day ago, affooiad tb captur f
tb rjaawajr ber.
rsdaral Officials Back, from TUsssIs -UUUd
etata Marshal W. P. Warner.
Deputy Marshal Nlckerson and Secret
Sfervtc R. B. Mill have returned from
IJncoln. where they attended ths meeting
f tb (aderal gxaud Jury for ths Lbacoia
district held Friday. Tb only Important
Indictment retaraed was that against
Tboaaaa O'brtast, aa allegel counterfeiter.
O'Brien was charged with passing' a cum
ber of Farmers and Planter bank of
Savannah, Oa, biils la tba utbera part
of tba slate. This la tb third tndiotnaent
that baa been returned against O'BrtdSi tor
this cause. haviAg escaped trial on legal
tsohnioabties oa tb tw previous indict
Taiaf Makes Xoaas so Sow Oaavaas
A bous to bouse ikaltauop Friday even
ing by Frank Keiley. during; tb course of
vblch ba ia said to bava begged al a
number of bouses and to bar stolen coo
siderabl outdoor clothing, aaded with I
trip t tbe paile station In tb patrol
awcan after b bad boea picked up aa
Busptoisu cbaracter by Patrolman TCaget
ia tba SMigbberboad of Twantiatk and Pap
pietoa ar -ia duourday morning, wbta
J. A. McCultey mt CM Fappletoa avenue,
want to tb pans saatbsm and MsaUfied
as bis esra aevaral euala aad minor articles
tbat KaUey bad baea caroaxg "ba ar
reatsd. c. cbarg of brea Irtagl aad ea taring
waa died sgsinst th sna asd Ja was
bound over a tb dusrtrict eourt la ta aiw
mt after waiveng xtraUssiaary aasaiaa
tign, Th ralu of tb goad tstea troaa
tb vest ibsl f . tb btoi.Viiar feina aa
g:ta aa t4
of concentration of tb averse city's ad-
j Th Badgers, H- IU Mart is, W.
i wood and u. A. Gas all, ably ad vera ted a
modified raarer eviid oeuncll fsrta f cov-
! em merit ta remedy th present soanioipal
corruption. They laid particular emphasis
tbe ttjadeqaaoy ef the eosnsnlsslon tons
ta th tarr dries, conftrrrng much of their
argument to Chicago with its multiplicity
of admtnlstrettv departmenta.
Ths JuAres were Prat. H. H. Wiisoa of
Nebraska, Prof. Henry Q. Ward of Ne
braska and Jadge a U. Sedarwkk of Lin-
Tbe body of a woman baxig-icc by a rope
ta tbe back side of a bill board at tb
northwest corner of Fifteenth and Viaun
atreeta was the shoe hi rig- lht tbat greeted
pa&sersby at sunrise and later Saturday
Persons passing on Fifloenih. Vinton arid
Sixteenth streets were horrified by the
sight of a woman's body darins from th
signboard- Many on Lb South Omaba
street cars groinc to tbeir work la each csty
saw tbe body aad others who chanced to
pass on foot,
The police station was notified and of
ficers went out and cut th body down.
Th body proved to be uitt of Mrs
Antonia Kotjaa, lilt Dorcas strort. lier
nationality was Bahamian. (The was about
SS years ef age. She mad ber home with
ber son-ln-lsw. Albert Porocidra, at tbe
above cumber and frequently worked out
as an assistant curse.
For the last two days Mrs. Kotyxa bad
been working; at tbe resilience of Miks
Greeae, 51 Boulevsrd street, and oa Friday
ah had the misfortune to fall down tbe
cellar stairs backwards at that plsce,
Sirikjsvg her head riolt-rttty against tbe
cement floor. Sh(?rtT after the sccldent
al.e left the bouse and atart ed for ber
home, but never reached there. At C
o'clock FtMxt erenjng she went into
Arthur Jordan's grocery store at 17(0 Vinton-
street and fcoufht 15 cents" worth of
clothe line and 15 cents" worth cf raciy.
Seine rime later Mary Forel. iUS South
Fifteenth street, rays sh noticed her pac
ing up and down In the street, apparently
In a rrotrbied condition of mind. From th
rondirkm of the body when tt was cut down
the cororer believes thst life hsd been
ex t met several hour
Her relative are of th opinion that Mrs.
Korrsa was demented from the effects of
th fall she sustained.
She was a widow. She leaves one son.
William, and three daughtcra. Mr. Frank
Maehal. Kit South Twelfth street; Mra
Frank Pretioia. Itt South Fourteenth
street, and Mrs. Albert Povondra, wT!b
wijorn she freed.
BRITISH LIBERAL PROGRAM
Hill Ja Km asaaaediat Dlsaa.
tatlea ef Parll west.
LONDON. Dec li Th government de-
Irrminsrirai tbat there aTl be ao Immedl-
ats dissolatioa ef Parliament, bat that tb
ministers w-IH meet Parliament at Its asxt
sesstoa with an important program, of
which ths budget will be a leading feetur.
was announced by Premier Asqulta at
banquet given him St tbe National Libera!
club tonjfht by JfO member of his party.
" ccaaion bad Dees anticipated with
great tateraet a affording Mr. Aaquiih
aa pportuaty to expiaia bts policy ta the
face of reject u by tb House of Lords
of liberal bill.
ni.rr.ed Jucge Leslie has not nia3e the ap
DROPS DEAD ON RUN FOR CAR:
Ed Elster ef freetb Osaaba rslUsset (
ta Atteeapt t Reetrb the
Ed ESster, 1712 Mir-s-airl irtaue, dropped
dc-ad at Tweit--everilb sad Q streets
Sou'Ji Omaha, Saturday moming efter he
t.ad msds a rard ran vp the a-ope frora
th railway croeatrg under th vt c a-1 to
catch tb stub tiwe car st Twenty-seven; ti
The car wss wsiiinaj for paaseaarers and.
fearing to be left, Mr. ElirV-r rati. Whea
b cot wlOi abcut IiftecB Teet cf tb car
he coilapeed aad fell limply en the curb.
His Lead struck oa the stones and a si-rht
fracture waa apparent. It waa brffc-v-d
bis death was due t th failure of bia
heart from tbe bard run cp till. Wten
tb doctor arrived b was Ufek.
Elater was well known tn Soatb Omsha
II t-ad been ta tbe city sdr.ee l:s earliest
days. For asaay years be conducted a
ric-ar stand and aotioa ator with a Itrrka
rc-oa close to tb effire of tbe Cudahy
Ilia fimily savd fc had cot been feeling i
well. lie waa qtiite Ul Friday night at '
auorer and one ef run daucMers went to !
get him auen chocolate. He appeared bet
ur afur druikicg it- It is known that fcl
heart bad been affected.
Coroner Heafey vls.ted South Osaaba and
took er.arg. It ts cor.atdered a plain caaa
if death from aa tarsi causes. H is sur
vived by a wife and tw daughters. He
waa a member of tbe Eag-lea. tb Ancient
Order of I "cited Workmen and tbe Royal
Highlander He bad aumerous trlebda
abe will anias bira,
INCUBATOR BABY HEIRESS
CbtM "HstrkW at Traaitlsslppl
Esposltlea laberlts Flfteea
Ten year after she lay In a baby incu
bator at tbe Transmlsrlsfllppi exp-tsirJon.
the object of the gaxe of hundreda of
rurioua peopie, tittle Josephine Knaaber
has falleo heir to a fortune estimated at
She Is made the residuary heiress of the
estate of Amanda A, Pain. k. better known
as Bessie Wear, who died about tea days
ago. Mra Patrick took the friendless In
cubator baby and raised her utuil Sww she
Is a healthy child of ID years. The little
girl baa beea liviag with Mra. PatrUk'
Mra. Patrick' will waa tiled in probate
EVANS PLANS COUNTRY HOME
Kelts Residence t TLexlasrtea Banker
aad Will Batld Scar Happy II el
low Oab at Oar.
B R. Kvar-a has sold h!a res-deoce at
the north et comer of Jones and Thirty
eighth to George B. Darr, a Lexirujtoa
(Nb.) banker, for $-T,(JG, posaeeeuon to be
given cxt sj-ring. Ey that time Jfr. Fvans
exj-t-cts to have ccmpleted a handsome new
hi me on Dodge street, south of tbe Happy
Hollow grounda Mr. EXans owns fiirty
five acrea In this vicinity, thirty-five of
which he has htld a long time. ' He expects
to park the entire tract, though not to put
it on the maiket, imtnefiately at icat-t
when his new borne, wliih af.l cost Ci.
oai). and the grounds, are finished, he will
have one of the finest country places ia
the vicinity cf Omalia.
Mr. Darr will remove with hia fami'y
from LeKM-ston ia Omaha. He is a well-to-do
man, who has grcan rich in tht
banking busiiie&s in the former town, li
family will pass the winU-r abroad.
I f r.f a hammer Instead of a hatch t
wTeck a aalooa, U the only differenc b
twera lis meibods Tniiloyed by Carrie
Nf.ion aad K. Nilssoa, a South Omaha
iiiiurxroe aceat, who lives al 139 Norta
Taet!iy-isMh str la that ciiy.
Ti e n ef Mr. NOseot. pears old, rasas
borne la-.e Friday afternoon Inmrtoaled
ar.d -id U.st after cesnlner drunk, ba
had bcur).l snor liquor at tbe Safe Saloon,
run ty L. H. Pctersoa at a North Six
TTe fact that a bartender would ' sell
We.txr to a man already intoxicated, made
Nlifs-.n furious at,d sxlxing a claw baa
mer, Ja bearded a street car and proceeded
to smash thinars when he arrived at th
salooa In qwestioa. A bandsom cigar
shew cse wss wrecked and about tea
square feet of gs were broken oat cf a
bevel plate mirror behind the bar.
While NUsson was doing th Carri
Nation act. several men in tbe saloon wer
uaaM to hold htm or prevent him doing
more damage. However, all the door wer
locked and the police notified, so that tb
wrecker could not escsp.
As a grand finale to his spectacular per
formance, ta which about worth of
damare waa dose, Nilsson threw his heavy
weapon with all hla strength Into a row
of x pensive bottled wines and liquors that
stood on a shelf nearby and then started a
tirade of language afxinst the saloon.
"Th rrand Jury d.da't close up th
liqaor dens." vigorously proclaimed Nfle
sn on th way to the Jail to the pairol
wag-on ra charge cf Officer Dillon, "ao I
Just took the law Into my own baad.
Any saloon where liquor is sold to
drunk men ought to be smashed ail to
pieces aad so I started la to do It, as tl.e
law bad cot.
S. A. R. 0FFERSESSAY PRIZE
Will CIv Gilbert flaarrs Waabla
tea for Beet Predartlea ea I ac
cess f Revelation.
The Sons of the American .Revolution .
have offered a picture of Gilbert Stuart's
""a'sehimrton" to the winner cf a contest
to be enured into by th pupO of th
Omaha and Lincoln High schools on tba
construction of essays n "Why DM tb
P.rvdluUoo Succeed?" Tht contest will bo
held oa or aecut Washington s birthday
ehd a commute of local n.ens.bera will
decide on which ts th best essay ia each,
cltv. The winning ssaya wiil then be sub
mitted to a disinterested committee, which
will d-cid which Is the better and th
Tbe contest will be opea t all papils cf
each high school and ao of Ui coadltlon
is that there must be at least six coa
leatanta. th essays to ba of not mora
ti.au bs) werda
The prise picture will be framed and oa
this will be attached a plat bearing tb
tiara of th society, tb year aad tba
cam of the winner. Tbe pictur wlU b
ths property of th school.
After Justifying- th leglslarjv work the
Uberals already had accomplished, Mr.
Asquith invited the party to treat the veto
ef tb House of Lords aa the dominating
Issue ia politics, but be declined to dis
solve parliament, be declared, at tba dicta
tion and 'caprice of lb uppar Parliament.
To admit such act on the part of an Ir
responsible chamber the premier aaJd.
would be Immeasurably absurd as It would
render th liberal government subject ts
aerte of general elections. The govera
ment would therefor choose Its own Urn
With regard to th next suasion of
Parti an I- t. Mr. Aaoutth aaid he was
unable at this state to specify the detaito
t ta pmarram. but declared it mould But
be a coiorWes list f centestious naeasures.
Tbe ehM work would b enaoeraed with
tb bud-t aad tbe weisrbiy domesti Is
se tavohv-ed and ea K tb o remanent
aroald etand or tali, or at any rats be
Judged. It would via agaia ta tt ascet
acuta form, tb prosuier ceacladed. tb
controversy of free trad agaitist proioo.
Fred Petereaa. Tweaty-alxia aorest and
Wooiwortb at-eaue. fraaus oaeiriiig Xa.
Fred Penrsua. Tweat y -etxtb stnet sr. d
winau aesuss. iimw deai-a..
riannaii rti-nn. Tt ir-.i ta ej.d iV,
rrais- owe-i.iri. liaanab
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