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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 13. 1901
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
A
COUNCIL
0:ric 15 Scott Street.
Council-eea Brought and Frar. k Neltronr.
mtk of Warsaw. I i.. wr th guest yee--dv
of Mayer V i-m.rr . TIm iuyr end
os tfi visitor vera schoolmates v bee
J. O. Pit Vft yesterday t?T lne Ar.re ,
4. called there tr th urttun iltnea. of
.Um spending tb winter oa th Pa- :
rifle coast. I
Th funer aJ cf tb late Sarrue.l F. "eel of i
Kliladaie. t died at the Rcrouodeos ,
boepttail. will be beid this afternoon at I
tnott rrxna i out cncn.iur.g parior
end burial will b in Wainut H-ii eemeiery.
Krr. K. A. Cam. pastor of tb First Bap
tist c nrck, win conduct the tt icea.
Owfyt "Smith, a 2-yar-old boy. or
dered yea-ere y tr iatn G. n cor mined
ta tha I if II In aettrtr il rinra Trio lad
waa irougbt before tb Juver.ll dlvtcn of
the imtt ewurt by Rev. Henry iLar.g-
Th twr parent ere deed and hia
sister have tot an making a horn for htm
at Attbm A and Tenth r.rwL The evi
Inw showed that the boy would sot g-.o
mixx-i, staved rt tax at rught and was
geon-aliy t&aarriarlb).
Caor11maa McKUlra ha r-mSiri a Trxwt-tn-
of lha rtuswi of tba Frwt a4 Third
y clncta of tt nfth arard for tnw Trr
t at a rtock at tte countr baiidtn
nrta avrana and TwKWi ttrwt fnr ta
"of aaoeanajrtna try toml or
peraama AeMrtec ta ault-rlbe far wtrr from
tHe pmpewed city piaU m -orflT that tbe
anwnrpied AurtrK-ta inar be -Turr-labed If a
aufftrifnt Bimiber tll aunacrltw In orier to
arraa i tie layiB- f ddiUonal mauaa."
UW KKtCBEl A LtSO DISTAXCB
Kmrnmrnnw Ca f i la
Arum
' Katw tAiurrtsea and Krlfrttne MarM Jea
m, recent arriraia from . Varfli. EMramark.
Tba arre aiTeaaed lata Monday at Aoda
toa. la., arbere tbey ha 4 been "itetec aa
aaa and arifa for tara weeka. were broi"bt
ta thla city reaterday a-te.rnot by lpty
VnMed Siaxea MarahaJ Cola and after beta
takes befnra Veiled Btatea CwrrmlaaloneT
tt. A. Oaarford wt committed to tbe
aanty iH In default of boada plaoed at
S.W each.
I-ritxa and the ajorn an were arrwted
at Aidoboa by Bberlff North up of Anduboa
esanty apen aa Inform. Hun varara mt by
M. r. Mac-atre of u Lcnla, a United
Eataa immicratloa a rent. Lanritaen la
carre BBder tba federal anatctea with
armslCaT an abas vmua lata th eoimtry
fer tminoraJ pnrpoaea.
i St ta aaid that LauarTtaen teft a w-!Ta and
Bare a cbOdreo aa Vaxdi, eaaaa.rk. where
ha waa la tbe kMVa bineee and that hia
aamnow daai rted bar haabai-L K. K.
ienara, aa aniikeeper . of the aaroe pi are
and to whum. tt la aai. aba had ba a snar
ned bat a few mtrntha. Tba wotcaa tt la
aOae aald. teak a larr na of money be
Jonsiac ta her liuabaad. .
Tba etmpia k-ft Braaoea oa the ataiunr
Kran-Prltiaeaa Caciha oa Navbr a at.
leaded ts Krw Tork an K ffmjr.ber 1? frc
where they came direct ta Andabea. Tt.
a a lima la at preaent belnc neld a!y aa .
wttaaaa. bat tt la poaaible the aveer
4
tncaala nay file aotne charge agarnat he.
lAarttaen expreaaed a wlllroameaa ta pleaa
ability wbea brouaht before CammMaione
CrawtorA. bat tba latter act tba pra
Ihainary hearlnc for etext Monday mom
la, at arhlrh Uroa aaiatact Tr-tad Btatea
fi laxcuUhe Attorney Stewart f Fart
Madlana win be preaeat. It la expected
Jhat Xarnilcratloa Aceat Maf-tra will alae
tc here for the bearmc " ,
' Mra. Jesaea yiattrgay appaarx d ta ba It
fi a wome4 over the Aeaaittaent af -bar
eacapad? and awn d ta eeaaaider the whole
affaire aa a big Joke. Sla aa a youna
aeamaa of handaome appearaaoe and both
she and UaurltX'-c are well drraaed. The
wnmaia eannat apeaA KrrTlah.
stem! Catate Ttwasfera.
These transfer war rtsporbad ta The Ba
December 11 by the Pottawatlami County
Ahatraot company f CauncO BiufXsi
M. a. Rt' and wife ts W. g Mayne,
f Ich in suiaiv. .i arigmai puat ai lut
la. CouncJ cilafla. u. c. d 4
W uliant A. Hayes and wif to W. S.
Mayne. lot In subdiv. of original
plat of lot aV. Council Biufta Q c. d..
Trustee of Broadway Methodist
c-burch to Carrie Van Fpssto, part ut
ngtnal riai of lot LI and part of
lot ( In original plat of li t is. Coun
cil Bluffa. u. c. d
T F. True and wife to W. S. Mayne,
H feet of tot ( in th subdiv, of lot
sk aad eiT Iwt of lot K ia the orig
inal plat of Council fc'.luffa, w. d
Aana M. Bruhn. aidux. ts Maude L'r-
(no
bbana. lot a, block K. MlnOea, w. d.. Ufa
Chris Nelson, widower, to Juhua i en-
sen, tots 4 and a. Mock la, ilowarg
- aad. to Council blnffa, w. d
Char lea Lamuert and wife ta John
Laaanaert. part af cw nea T-1-l.
w. a.
George H. Mayne and wife ta Henry
and France crama. iota ia, it. i ana
m feet hrmg west of una ta-Aud
, subdiv. of ei ne of i-7i-44. aiao
atrip of land aorta of same, w. d U0
M A, Votver aad husband ta F. i.
far. lot . block 2. in Ferry add. to
Council Blufta, w. d - MOO
M. A. Bsugn and wife ta Warren
Haua-k. und at Dtk meW. ZT-Ta-,
w. A 1.W
F. J. Day aad wife to M. A. Voaler.
lota a 11 and 11 block ft. Babbr.t
yuan, aa and. to Council Bluffa. w. d
Came Van Koasea and husband ta C
- H. Huber. pJt of lot 1 ta ongiaal
plat af lot l and part of lot 1 in
onginal plat of tot al la Council
Eejtfs, W. d-.... ......... at
Total, thirtaea tranafera.. ........
salaaT Tladaet Caaa.
Former Caancllmaa R. B. Wallac ar
rlewd bom eater day from Das Moinea,
abara ha went t confer with th Stat
Railway r clausal oner reiatlv ta re
opening th matter af th Great Westers
crossing aa Weadbary avenue. Chairman
Katoa ff the eommiaaioa la a recent pub
is: atatararnt taok tha poaitiea that taa
i isiiiiilaaina bad acted without authority
la refusing th demand of th city coun
cil far a viaduct. Mr. Wallao aaid yaa
trday that th Btember af th eammia
soa assured him that tha aatttr would
ba.raopenad If tha proper paper were
mad.
Hi will cartaialy fil tha papers. " aaid
Mr. Wallac. I inland ts ae that this
is dons aa aooa aa gtossibla. I am bopa
fal new that w rUl get that riadact
after ail."
Bald a Ihrsred
la a raid oa taa rooms aver th Man
hattan aalaoa last nght. whar. It waa
alleged, gambling was In progreas, five
anaa war arrestsd. Tha arrests war
mad under warrant issued from th
twurt of Jastlos Oraaa aa aa tnfonaarioa
filed by F. C Lougaa Constables Maltby
and Baker, who mad th raid, war as
sisted by t sjcii depanea. Tn Bvi
anaa aach put up a cash band for appsar
raca ta court this afti rimaa
A. A. CLARK
L0AI1 MQ1IEY OH
iXD AST CHATTEL. aXXVKITT AT OSS-KaXa TEX CBCaX ataTES.
iVjHMKJt sxAXX AAD Ka&AXHfAX, tWu 'aJWBSCAS KJTKXBA.
a ataeamm with tha Oraa aalbag BaaaBsaWreas Tt. Gas Metni Ce
riSOAOt MT. JX P? tiaLtU. Max.
BLUFFS.
Both Phonei 43. .
OPENING OF FKIIT bU0
, ,
vc i BllLBi uown.
DO0ES CFE5 AT TO 0 CLOCK
, . ,
run frees Crui Hwtel te tae
Aadltf-laaa ta liee tbe
IatraaaJ Eierrian at tbc
atUla.
Ta r.c fruit hew tinier tba ausiioea .
"f tb National H ortlruieural iTt
whhA. tt ta aajd. win ba the r.ret aa-Uon
exhlbttloa tt lta kind, will be farmtUy
opened aert Monday moraine pi V dock
wl'h ai'i'Htu late exerrlewa.
Tba atlicaaj profTaaj tar tba openln ex
ercK waa anoo need lata yettterday af-
tmcwl by President 3. F. Beaa at a
meeUrif of the executive crarn'ttea
t. j, i
j
aa louowa:
Peiectlon bT CVraJfa cmert band
Xauonai HMUru:turl corjreaa ca)ea le ,
VTWW m.m aVorn l J Jrmwr J a iaEwv-wa
i F. H
InvocaLtimL. ReT H. A, RelcrieTibajC.h.
preeiderit of the Cwincn Bluf: Micisterlkl
asKK-taUoai
Music America," CoraJt'e bull
Afldreae of weicotne. Mayor Thomaa Ma
loney. Reeptw lae. mm wrilaria, rice president of
COTifrresa for 1 Aaio.
lniiif addresa. Preartaent J. P. Hesa
Ad4rma. t'. E. Stovt. aecretary of Au
ftlariTium rompaey.
fTearntatk.n at Aa!torlina to tbe public
by E.urne Situpfei, preaiaent ot the Au
ditorium company.
Al I IT e'dorX. or hk!f an hour befo
the time set for rhe opening cf the fruit
ahow. CovaJt'a bead will form In front af
the Grand hotel and win head a parade
farmed of the rflcera of the NatlotJal Hora
culturxJ cortX" i aa and others Interested In
the exhibition, who will march to the
Auditorium buDatr.f at the comer of
Waahmrtoa arecue and Bryant street.
Hartaraltaral Caarreai Meet Is a.
Tba annual meetta of the National
BortlcultaraJ ooncreas will be held next
Tuesday moraine o'clock In the
Auditorium. At thla meetm office ra for
the ensulne year wm be elected and tha
place for boidinx" tha fruit show aext
year chosen. Every person wbo haa raid
faa toembersblp fee of C and holda a
membership ticket la entitled to attend this
meetlnc k-nd partle!pata In tha proceedm.
It ia understood that Spokane. Waalu.
and St. Jneeph. Mo., win bath make a bid
for tha neat year" a show, but tba senti
ment of tha local men Interested la th
-cmaitsa la strro".y In favor of retainm"
la CooacU Bltt tla.
The work f hanlina" the exhlbrla, which
ire bees In th Bloomer cold storar
plant, V tha Auditorium, was berua yes
i day afternoon. A number of the larrer
xhibitors were busy yesterday jettlr.r
hetr exhialta xn poeition.
H. ' J. ficBweiteet and D. B ToQSjr arc
tter from Mancheatar, la., and wffl plar
h exhibit of the Imnole Central rallroaa i
a paaltioa today. This exhibit, which
win be on of th interesting features of
th bis show, win be located ia the south
g-aDery. Tba entire exhibit la enclosed la
t rla a jara, aad alaca takinc rrhx kt tae j
St. Locla expoaltkon haa beea oa exUbi-
tion at the Chioaco depot of the railroad. 1
S. M. Johnson, wh will assist Prof, G. B.
Bliss mt tha Iowa Stat .Agricultural ool.
lege m th -dry spraying" demoastration.
arrived from Kanaka City yesterday and
win set up ths apparatua la the annex pro
vided for demonstrationa.
Manager Reed rem creed his office yes
terday from tba Day a- Hesa bu'lillng ta
tba Auditorium and la located at the top
of th north tower, from wber be can
co mar a nil a fin view of th entire In
terior of th building.
A carload exhibit arrived from rtah'rea
terday. tntCH 1ST HO.tOK or jriKE H ACT
MeamWers
f klar Pay
Eeaaeeta ta
Matlrtag JarUt.
About fifty attorneys, several being front
out of tows, aad county officiala were pres
ent at th luncheon tendered Judge X. W.
i aatr uiiu ax um wxdo notei yesxer
1 day. The luachaoa, which waa in tha na-
tur of a farrwan tribute ta Judge Macy.
w ha at th end of the year wOl retir from
tha bench vi th Fifteenth Judicial Oatrlct
after a continuous servlca og twenty laajs,
waa green by th Pottawattamie County
Bar aasociauon.
Among th guests were Jodga W. J
treen of Audubon. Judge a D. Wheeler
or this city. Judge Mary's asaociatea oa
tha bench and Hon. E. B. Woodruff of
Glenwood. wh. win succeed Judge aacy.
Judgs A. B. Thornell of Sidney. Uia otar
Judge of Una d .strict, waa uuU an h.
prent and sent his regrets.
FaOowlng tha luncl jBdg Macy
pn-aeated a toil a handaome f.hrr ana
efc-i- .nd a beaatlrul hall dock by tha
members of the county bar. Emmet Tin-
ley mao the addres prtaenting tba chair,
whii a siiuUar duty In presenting th clock
was assigned ts W. & Baird.
Captain John H -irk t
' - - -
court reporter, who alas rTir aftur .
eran aemo in this tuAr-t) iateM
presented with a K.Mtmt bust of Wash-
I aan-
tngtoa aa a mall taken nf appreciation by
th members of th. bar Tt,-. e-.mt.r
speech was mad by Judge 3. R. Real.
Gaar. W. Caaoa of Har-a o. behalf
f tha Rhelhy County Bar arrtrria Inn pre-
sealed Capiaia Clark with a handsome gdld
watch aad chain.
Metiers la Olatrtc-t Caarx.
an.
personal
1- Harold
j.. nanus
The fltstrtrt court jury la tba
Injury damage suit ut W,
against Wick. ham Bra., after being
all night brought In a verdict yesterday
morning ia favor of the plamilff for tza. i
Harold sued lor U.M for inluriea aileeed
ma mwritg py stepping OS a
rusty nail left In a board among the debrla
of a building which the defendants wer
tearing down seat ta his plao of business
oa Broadway.
Th trial of th suit af Ondc Viaa,
trustee of th eat La of Jobs Bunch, bank
rupt, against John under, was begun la
oiatnct twin yestercay. under ia asked
ta repay about Sl.aav which Buach 1 al
leged te have paid for liquor bought from
him whOe Buach wss conducting a -ii-B
ra North Mala street. It 1 clauned tfrat
th Bquar waa asud by Lander contrary
to the las af this stats.
Ths grand Jury took a recess yesterday
CO.
HOESXS. CATTLE AJTD
nousmoLD ruiUaTTUius
afternoon without rr.aiur.g a partial report
aa tt had I- a 4H'Jr'.tM ft would.
WWDin TIKE iTC IOD!
Other rnimtli Ab tiiiilii
rrrMt $f.
Counrllman X irpi 1 authority for tb
statement that tbe Woodmen of tb Wend
wci take tx,o cf the ptpjv: a. f ;
ran t of tbr oplnir tfcat tha LaJ)'' c rc 1
a-;u tor t in i.w of tbe bondj asd ti.at
tbe lut-lw aoct-:r arts a.ao rubacrfba foi
Th corcailf.M!. tt H ut.derifKl, is p!ari
nlcc to hare the band floated a a.icn aa
IKwa-bi bo aa ta bare aome wa&y qomt
at band ab'Ti nee3el. The b ni. Mr. Mtrr
San aar. isaued In tViMK) blacka.
Tbe preliminary expenaea attesdnart
llie conatruction of tbe rropoa munlcpal
MM. Ttua iociudea U tm which tbe c y
has coc traced to pay Barai It 14 LXonntL,
tbe Kana&a Ctly tj drauiic er,nt-ri n
tafed ta reriae vb piUi prepaxed by City
Ejiflneer Gtsyre.
Itwl 9ra ytatfea.
CREPTCN For the ftrat time !n Bhertfr
Wanon t thr-e yfara' admlniirtnition. the
county jatl larked an occupaxt w iiar
r.irrt of thla ww-t the laa: prwtiuer t.i.j
a( ha.rand at t.j Lime.
CREfTON-The women of tbe Metho-
urrh rfawwilir riva sn atftT timant
' l'Ttie inly rV w d c'.ei,",. ' '
sum of ttati. which itiey turm-d over to ,
tbe bui)d:rc fond for lb new cLurch ts he
erected there.
IOWA C1TT "Wrj-d ba been received
of the death of Mr. K. A. lracA. mother
of Kev Perry Uearh, well known here.
Tbe end oaine Tuesaay afternoon IX-cemhf
t. at CTToEViiie. Minn. She lived here far
several years
MAEEHAlXTOWN-rnrk anO A!brt
Ivo na and amce Ncvraual. who were
arrested at Pirmuih. for the murder ff
Michael Cumrr.ma- several wka ari,
were disc-harped from the erro Gordo , Jr ft for tepeachment pro-
county Jail iciav. snen tbe grand Jury re- i " .
po.-ted ti.at bo hiua had ben iviiud aainl , ceedin- tbe caae ia reported to the sen
them. The murder promises to i-ore a ' ate and that body acta aa tbe trial court,
mystery that win never be unraveled. I beirtal. tbe rvidnoe rendering a Ter-
ILlA GROVE Because of the fart that . . , ,h.h, a t denoaed
tl.e electicm board to one towr.ahip, Saver ! " to rttr tt biU oeP'a
CYeek., nearlected ta and in a list erf nams from office or re-instated,
for the g-rand and pettt Jury for ISO. It w.U Iowa once bad aa impeachment proceed-
rVhJ.0 rthe ! - -ur. n
court today issued an order to the Board of Auditor John 1 Brown. Th house e
of Supervisors to bold a meeting- and cided on a trial. It was evloent some tlm
prepiire the special lists. oui6 reouired for th tftai; a special
CRESTON Word came ts this plaoe to- : lr,
day from headouartera at Cticafo. tH.Ufr- kl Pkeaed permitting- a oi to
In Ixepatcner Prar.k Phiffer of hia ap-) hear tha case after the reg-ular adjoum
pctintment aa chief train dispatcher for t ment of the legrialatur. This act carried
CKhVwa. "SS BrU': U the sonata held, a for Brow.-,
field division tbe first of the week. Each ! trial. It lasted nearly two months and
dispatcher m the local office 1 moved
up a noted by this promotion of Mr. Snif
fer, and la especially agreeable ts the local
officiala.
I'D A GROVE Because cf th many
mysterioua disappearancea of cattle, hog-e
and sheep U. L. Parker and hki; ether
ranchmen in Ida county have become con
vinced that there la aa osavanixed fria.
bo are aher running stor-K out of tiie
country are quieuy sn-ak:ing arotmd
at uigtbt alaug-hterinc. quartering and dis
posing of a frw animals at a uVme. Parker
haa turned th marus- over ta the Au
thorities MARSHAli.TO'KTC-rh-. Albert "haw.
editor and publisher of tbe BerlfW' of Re
view, wbo receied his education at Iowa
CoUere. Gnnneil. and wbo served hia ap
prenticeship m Journalism on tbe OrtiU
Kinter. haa purchased aa old Virginia
estate near Sterling; m Iondon county,
Virrtnia, which b will rehabilitate for a
winter home. The estate coririKt of 1
lae.wie. It. Khaw snent the dara of hia
youth 1n GrinneU. where be is very well
reroexnbered.
GLEXWOOD Tba MHla County Medical
aoaiety met at Maaosic hall here yesterday.
: The meettoaT Vaa well hTtesded. Dr. Kjme
addressed taa axaawta' -etrxi invttea rusis '
rt. ' .""T ,i TZ '
areoeral fsarfct uun this Aaeaae. Or !
Gearg Mogrtdge waa alecteC presjdeat and
Ir. Benson secretary for the year. Both
are Gienwosd men. Dr. Mogridge la super
in ted em of the lswa Institute for Peebi
Monded Children. Th next meeting Will
b held at Silver City tn June.
IOWA FATJ1 lis appearanc bond for
B. haa Juat been filed in the district
court ol this county ts insure the appear
aic f Walter lu. Weaver, under mdict
ment. on two counta for uttering forged
instruments. The bond ia signed by S M.
eaver of thia city. A. A Weaver of Des
Moinea. Representative William Welden if
Iowa Falls aad J. H. Scales of Acfciey.
The bond doe not state tiie terra for ap
pearance for trial, but ia generejjy under
stood that the young man will be here
for tbe January term of court aa witnesses
have been aubpoenaed for that term.
IXA GROVE Its the district court tbe
retrial of the will rase of the late Alex
McHugh, a suit involving CM..tiim. was con
tinued by reaaMau f tne atuiraeya At
the last term c f court this case went
through a sensational and hard fought
trial and ended ta tbe Jury failing to agree.
MxHugb waa one of tl richest mea m
nttrttiweet Iowa and hia will was made
on his death bed JuVy 1. Wi. He was so
weak be could not am his name and had
to make hia mark, and this fact has been
worked up very prominently by th con
testant ta their contention that ti was
Incapable of making a valid will.
MAP-SHAIXTOW-JI Traffic Vanager
Janv N Tntemor of th Iowa Central
and Minneapolia dt St Louia. with head-
cuaner in Minneapoua. haa resigned, ef
fective January 1. t become traffic man-
agar of th Per Marquette raiiro'ad. with
headquarters at Detroit, Mich. Whea the
bead Quarters th Iowa Central were in
asene'frer
manager and traffic manager. Mr. Title- ,
. mor la
distinctively a western railroad
man. be having served during his twenty-
"rB Padfir. Short lina. Sua liu. Great
Korlhr"- 'ea Maine Northern A Western
, &a fromh.De 1duine
ruad. where be waa ganeral freight agent
tuT toar yrm
EXISON Tiie Swedish Baptists living
5? "a ttout Kron la th north part of
cTivjyrB oouviy. unoer tne jeaaeramp if
their tuatir K-v a Lue-suta 1
rated on Sunday. Deoember 4. a new house
-I J- th most modern cburch
i;rioe m th county and a marvel of
convenience for reiirwu. work The plan.
and specif irauona wen mad bv tha nu.
taJ',?TtlTj
beVh oncTudedT do MTwork Semi
elves aad acw hav by an expenditure t,;
Sitt.ata not only the building, but all the
tumiahinra cumnieta. imunt ins tim-a
' iaaur from abroad here during the ten
' oyi of jubilee me-etmga were Rev. Mr.
: rfMrr i vmuia. r--. jar. onaneon 41
",u C;iv. Kev. Eric Rosea from eVwedtm,
v"Mr Hagatrcm of Chicaga. Th cnurch
ba been oompitiied and no oebt ts raia on
; Jaoer oi umatiiirt. Mr. johanson of,
oedica'.Km day
Tbe Jub.te meetings last
1 9rrr Sunday. December il.
1 NATIVE AFRICANS ON A STRIKE
are Pay traae Mia
bat Are Taraed
Tha advance agents of the gospel hi Ger
man East Africa hav been rather rudely
reminded of th fact that tnaterialism at
too eftea.the handmaid of th ward. Th
auasua oa th banks of th Tana, which
give employment to a xumber af Christian
native, bea.de grrmg them aecu'ax and
religious education, la the scan of a regu-
lauoa labor etrika Tha auve demand aa
mrreass In their allowance of 11 rupees
(about II-0) a month, declaring tb wage
Insufficient for their "standard of Urmg."
But tha missionaries carefully mvactlgaled
the ctirwfllTUTTi. taking tnta account th cost
af tfrmg aad af oamaodii.a. They cam ta
th eouclustoa that th wage were
and sufficient, seeing that thee, aativ
helpers do so litti work ta ooaneetioa with
the m'aaioa that they have abundance ef
time for th rultrvatioa of their field and
thatr gardena The mission arVe held out
flnaly agamst the demand for larger sal
aries by thesr Africea aaststaata. refusing
ts continue aegetlatlaoa en a batter spun
waa Bhewa. The au-iaara save aeoardlagly
sent aa eaergwtic appeal as the aeaaquar
targ la Garmasy.
MOVE TO lilPEACa A JID.L
Fruit B. Garner of Leirxri if the
Object ef Attack.
,. hyTTITT T ITT
IG3T0IXS LLlt t.KTSATL LAW
If riaae Are Caf-re Owt It Will Be
the eea laapeaebaaewt Trial
la the HI at err af the
tate.
fTTorn a Staff CtrreF?rm3eit
tE5 MUiNES. I-c. 1Z i Speftxl ) It 1
atatfd at the rtue r.ajiltal that a rooe
nvtit la tipw on fcxrt to preaetit t the lesia-lator-e
a reaolution aakl'.that Jacpr Frank
p Garaor of Le 14 an be tried on lir ptBca-tn-ct
jroree5:n and dppoeefl from the di
trict court bench.
Tbe ground for tbe artion ia the cbarre
that ba baa iraored tbe law er. acted by the
reiwral aaeembly ty refua n to comply
arltb tbe todetermlrate aentenoe atatute. It
1 contended that InaK-ad of aeniencint m.a
who have be-n convicted beftire htm for
todf terminate pk-fl aa required by law.
ha haa fixed definite period for the r In
carceration less than tbe maximum penalty.
Further t.u that. It Is claimed be hi
ruled tbe law 1 unconatltutl aJ aad b srlii
;
hot aDKie VJ It.. .CW imm m luc '
tors wOl demand that Impeachment pro
ceedinara ba Instituted.
Tbe method of condoctln Impeachment
prooc-edlnca la ta Introduce resolution la
the bouse and there the question as to
whether there la sufficient eriflence to war
rant a trial la fclscuaaed. Their action la
rmlAr la character to that of a arana J-ry
arter the evidence Is discussed th bouse
Brown, aa a result, waa re-instated ia
offios.
It has also been reported to the Stats
Bcau-d of Parole that Judge William Hutch
inson of Alton, has alas Ignored the in
determinate sentence law.
PxvaBiaeat Lawyer Dies.
Colonel Lemuel Kinkead, aged tl years,
veteran of the civa war, pronriamt lawyer
and for yeara a resident of Dm Maine,
was found dead in hia bed at his home her
ttus morning. Death waa due to apopiexy.
lyase Wife aad Fsrtaae.
Aa old soldier giving his name as W. Horl
cf. St. JJoula arrived ta Pea Moines ttua
morning an crippled with rheumatism and
Bought the assistance cf th Scildier Relief
cenuniasiaa. Ha said that tn order to take
treatment be sold all his belonging in St.
Louia for l&W. put th tooaey ta a grip and
with his wife and three children ajtaned
for res Moines. He went to the smoker
Just before the train started. When he re-
tanked ta hia children their mother and tbe
aatchel ware ajene. A porter aaid ba saw
her luvi the train. Tbe old rnun and hia
three children are now her.
Ealara-e rreaataaa Lleta.
At the saeetlng of the State Board of Ag
riculture today & J. Curtain of Dooorah
was elected superintendent of the agri
cultural department of th Iowa atat lair.
and the premium list of the fair waa in
creased from M.O00 to SfiC.tOO.
Faexary Caane Here.
With Omaha in th race against it, Dea
Moines has secured the location of a
branch factory of tbe Farmer' Handy
Won company. Saginaw, Mich., largest
manufacturers cf farm alio and low wag
on tn the world
Th new industry wUl bring a large force
of men to the city. A stock of good val
ued at frosa Cd.aa) aa tKMj.OW will b kept
her and machinery with a capacity of
1.M aOo a year win be Installed.
Keller J. Bell, manager of the Farmers
Ca-Operativ Preduo aompasy, Des
Moines, will hav charge of the new fac
tory. BIG BLOCK OF BONDS FAVORED
Ml
alatlaas far Flea
dred Mllll i,
WASHTNGTOX. Dec li With great
er.thnrlSLsm the National Elver and Har-
rrm m i - 4a rfT, e) re w aiaalrrt..
! 1 "" today placed Itself on record in
favor of the issues of government b-nd
1 " wetnent the great water-
i ' prcjecta.
The congress declared fee an authorised
! 'Ttf, T! Vt JTrT
1 of worth of bonda. the- proceed!
1 to UBI U Trmnt exclusively for
I ch river and harbor work as may be
) atrLhortaed by congress, provision for the
to b similar to th. Panama canal
I bonds.
A oommltte presented to Vtea President
w-traiT.v. ... an.kt,. r.rjn th.
I tf " tb f00
resolutloc. Mr. Fairbanks expressed a
T"" crpinioa of th. prospoartion. but i
. nDn ""7" "TU
that the resolution would be referred fct I
consideration.
A movement was Inaugurated for the
i establishment if permanent headquarter
. - . ... - -
- end th Texas delegates beaded t
. am . Pledge of r.M and on bel
, . . T. . , .
- an w., .u t vu
be hat
Louisiana, Mayor Bernuam pledged his
state fear a similar amount
! Vice preside!: ts nf the various states we-
MKuee them, fo.iowtng:
Icwa. C T. Hancock. Dubuque; Kanaaa. ,
W. R. Childa; Missouri. E- C. Eilia, Kan
! sas City; Montana. Judge F. Estran.rjin, j
1 Port Benson; Nebraska, Henry T.
Clarke, Omaha; Hawaii, J. 1C. Kalanianole,
Honolulu. None ia Alaska, South Dakota,
L't h and Wyoming.
VttlTwKS TO THE tOKS SHOW
Jeha
Caaaty raiatia Seed ateya
aad tblras.
TECVMSEH. Neb, Dec. 12. (Special.)
Tb mitte from th Johnaun county
instm.! nas oeciaea upon tne xu-
lowing tea boy. and girls l go ta Uis Na- ,
tional Com exposition at Ornaha. at the :
expense of the Institute: Nthi Liphardt. '
Graf; Agnea. Murphy. Vesta; Edna Doug-'
las. Tecumseh; Selma EUsentraut. Tecam-
fairi6: Kn Iievlmle. Tecumseh; Gearg ,
j 'Whive. Vesta; Bey PhUUlia, Tecumseh; ieai ,
Whitehead. Tecumseh: Ears Bsehler, Ster- !
i lng- and Ltik Dambaugn, Tecumseh. Tbe
i trip wffl be made next week, the party
leaving Tecumseh Tuesday. County euper
tntendent M. H. Carman and Mrs. Caxmaa
win chaperea the party. The ansa ta a
arlerted caane f rosn those aialrtng the anoat
pointe ia the boys' aad girls' cars n 1 1 el
aad Industrial upeartlsa, held la eoaaao-
Uua with tha farmers' last-tut last week.
Agents
The agent's work is pleasant and profitable,
practically an independent business man. .
If you are interested in being the agent for a reliable
concern read Bee Want Ads.
Htre you will find the chance you wish for. If you
are an experienced insurance agent, be sure that you'll
find the right sort of a proposition. If your specialty is
books, the best concerns will employ you.
It's not necessary to be experienced either most
concerns want new men. If you want a good "side line"
or a chance to make extra money read Bee Want Ads.
See how quickly you get what you want by reading
Bee Want Ads.
LINCOLN HIGH DEBATE
Gets a Two to One Decision Orex
Or, ah a Hifrh. ScLooL
TOPIC, EAJX EEPOSTT CUAHA3STY
Crrlgklea I alvermlty Aadltartaaa la
Cawwded with Fries da aad
Adaalren af the Taaag
Debaters.
Resolved, That cc-ngress pass a law pro
viC'.ng for a compuisory guaranty of de
posits in national tit-nk with the privilege
optional for state banks.
Lincoln High school upholding the af
firmative of the question won the Inter
High school debate with th Omaha ir.gn
school Friday evening on the question of
guaranteeing bank depoaita, the affirma
tive advocate receiving two votes and th
negative. Omaha, on vote. R W. Breckin
ridge. H. C. Brome and Herbert P. Loarltt,
Omaha attorneya. were the JuAg-a
Th debate waa held tn the auditorium of
Crajrhton unrrersrry and th large room
was filled wrth students, many parents also
being present. In the throng was a bunch
of twenty young people from Lin cola. Th
auditorium was prettily decorated in th
color of the two school, red and black for
LAnooln. and purple and whit for Omaha.
Lincoln and Omaha pennants, as wen as
of other scboola, were used la decorating.
and other pennants were waved In th air
by tb enthusiastic ones Sx-hool spirit ran
high at some times, and the yaHs of th
opposing school were frequently given.
Dr. Davidson. superintendent of lt
Omaha schools, spoke briefly befor th de
bate, introducing Dr W. S. Stookey, the
new president of BeXievu college, wh
acted as chairman. The college president
merely stated the subject and called upon
Horace English to maae th opening sxata
oent for Lincoln.
sraiag af D taste.
The first speaker, after citing th dis
astrous results of th financial deureaaloa
of a year ago, the provisions of the Okla
homa law, and the advocacy of such a
law by Lymii J. Gage and other prominent
financier, proceeded 1 quote statistics ta
subatanual hia cairns that a guaranty
law wou.d b a good thing. He said that
at the beginning of UW there were thirteen
banks in L&icoin. at the cloa of tb year
wvt bBt two ftnd ,hM B0W u
" ' "ui ..Umi,
sun. 'the sma-ilest depuat per capita of any
! city In the suiie." hs aaud. This condition
be contended was caused t J the feei.ng of
Insecurity ahith a guarantj- taw would ob-
MUU,. . caused !.
. , , der.i.a tor lhn.. h c.ti.l
hot get hi m.rney and by the banker thai
the depoai-or a ouid w ant it, cost the
eour-try in a check on busbies th. sua
of Xv).itli.ttij, he aigued. Over l-i. i a at
lost by oepusiutrs in 1 ailed t.ar, a is
Ha clufaed by d-c-axiLg thai the md v.uu.
deiKja.u.r ahuuld have a guaranty the sain,
as have federal, state, county and cut, c
pa. guveiT.meJiia
Seaatlve Has aa laalag.
Suid iimua thea luseo lur the neg
auve. o-uaha, and declared U.at a glut; an.,
law aouid not prevent pcica lie cabled
aiientioa ts Lit fact tnai tu propusiuxii
Is not new. but tual New Turk paaaed a
guaranty ia is lftA. wuca reaalied in
failure tselv year layer with a deficj
t)f ovtt UniM in its guaranty fund, tha
Verenont t.aaaed a similar las in lis. sliico
r ia.lur. with thiny-tun.
tlLlllt. - ,UD to the wall ' and a dtiict of
m,. kr.g uj, MitUigaa paased a ainuiar
Uw lt. met. iated but tares yeara
fllir-- bich turn torty-tw banks fai-ed.
jj- B11 & .bit), reopened. Hs declared
proposition ts b tmpracucabi because
m mi(U1i mot prevent panics, a tu b are
caused by rash specula tied, human dis
trust, inelastic currency or natural causes
such as peaUieaoe cr war.
Vera Bates, who alee spokt later for Lin
coln ta rebuttal, was the next speaker. He
stated that ba did not advocate that tb
law aaeuld imsaedis tely stag parma. bat
that tt would li Bars tbeaa. and that b did
not advocsta tha Ok .a bars law as a na-
-v- ' ' " ; J
Make Big
Uonal provision, as there arc some defect
in that measure. He advocated snore sub
treasuriea. which would provid for greater
elasticity of the currency, and more ban!
examiners, thus securing stronger institu
tions. "There ia now on deposit tll.Wa,
MW'.KKi." he said. "We would place a tax
cf ne-tenth of 1 per cent aa thla, which
wouM raise a fund of ta.fMI.M0, certainly
enough ta pay the net losses of fall ares.'
"Ton might a well guarantee the law
yer' fees, the doctors' bill or th mer
chant' account, a to guarantee t th
depositor that he win get every cent of his
deposit Immediately Is case of a panic,"
then declared Harry Drucker. tb next
speaker for Omaha. He showed that tt
would be unfair to make the old banker,
tried and true, responsible for the short
coming and failures of the new man. wbo '
might enter the business for speculative
reasons with no sens of honor, feeling se
cure with the government back af bias. As
regard the demanding of a guaranty by
those placing government funds oa deposit,
he showed that m this Instance the Indi
vidual bank guarantees to the Individual '
while tinder th proposed law an th banks
would be compelled to give a guaranty to
aU the people.
Advaaxas-e tbe Law.
Tb last speaker for the affh-matre
Richard Stout, gave four advantages ef
the proposed law; prevention of run oa
banks, attraction of new deposlta. securing
of government deposlta and the com
pletion of currency elasticity. He said that
other batikera, by reason of betng com
pelled to pay a tax Into th guaranty fund,
would watch their fellow and pieveut
failure; that money sow kept la safety
deposit vaults and stockings would be
placed on deposit and thereby m eh-cu1-tion;
that the law would make more sub
treasuries with government fund; and
that complete elasticity would result tram
Increased circulation.
Fred Carlson waa the last speaker for
the negative and b declared that the
proposed law would be unoonptltutional
ia that tt would be class legislation, re
sulting In the tearing down of tbe sr-und
structures compelled ta pay a tax te keep
afloat speculative, weak lnstitutlona Ie
posltora would not discriminate In the
future and by reason of the guaranteeing
of funds In an bank they would naturally
go ta the nearest and place their deposits
in wild cat instltutiona, wber they would
be frittered away In stock gambling. Tb
sound banks would then hav t make
good th losa "Such a law would cause,
hot deter, rash speculation.' be said. Tbe
speaker read a number of letters from
prominent banker to sutetantiat his
point.
Harry Drucker for Omaha and V en
Bat ea for Linooln were each given Ave
minutes at tiie cl .ee for rebuttal and th
caa waa then green to the Judges, wnc
relumed a verdict in favor of Lincoln.
Bef .ir tiie debate. Frederick McConne!
read the result of the rornpet-tlon between
tb high school classes in tb sale of foo
ba3 tii kets during tr.e aeaauii. the state
ment allowing that the Junior das wot
by an exoea Bale rt ti ti keta. Thi
Junior sold 1.17 ticket, tbe senior. "
tbe sophomores. 74. and the freshmen, d
a total of 1.77 tickets, which brought in
ISHt X tor the high school athletic fund.
Dr. Davidson then called Edward Bur
dick, president cf the class, on the ; la
form and In the name af the farult)
presented him with a banner for tb uaa
la recocT.ru ca of the work don.
The high school orchestra played several
selections at iirtervai during tb rvemn,
and th girl sang a eiaa sang a e. upl
ef times
BIS GIFT FROM ROCKEFELLER
OU Klag Will De-vet e Fifty Mlllteaa
(a Preesetlea ef Edaeatlea
ta Orient.
CHK AGrO. Dee. It Axoording t a pro
fessor if the Fnivera'ty of Ce casn. Johs
D Rocke'tler will devote gix .wij.ue ta the
profnoUoa d oducatk.n In the Onetiial
nationa Tba proteaaor say Mr. Rckr
fUrr first will await the rc-puns of Frof
Ft Burton and Prof. Tbonias C. Cham
ber lie. wba have been commiacianed 1 3
Investigate condiriona is the Orient. Prcf
Burtoa ts new ia India and Prof. Charn
berlin and ha aoa win start for
China next gnosis.
Money
He is
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iSSCRASCE INDICTMENT VOID
Deciedea of Xew Tork Court JLkj Bar
farther 2Matieiia.
m
BIG JOB FOB XB. C01TELT0U
meat that luiiilin af Ti
NEW TbRK. Dec It John B Hegerrnaa.
presidest of th Metropol tan Ut In -aaoa
oompaay. was freed by the eaprem ovu-t
today tn a dedeioa that. If tt stands, wU
serve ts quash aB tadietmeets bow out-
standing against tnsuraace officiala, Thla
Is according te a statement by District At
torney Jerome, who. however, expects la
tak th case ta the court of appeals.
Mr. Hagemaa was charged with perjnry
la tb verification of a report mad by t a
Metropolitan Uf Insurance eon-ipa-ity ta
the superintendent of insurance ta Jaaaary.
liUt. Tbe matter reached tbe appellate
division of ths supreme court threagii
1 tboaa corpa proceedlnga The court la
its opinion says ths evidence was aet suffi
cient ta establish prtaafecie. wilfsl aad
dsllberatc perjury of Mr. Hegeman. Oa the
contrary, there waa enough ta show auffi
Weirtly that such wilful and deliberate per
jury had sot been oosumltled.
rpoa learning of tha declaloa. tha daxtrtct
attorney said:
-I have not digested the who! opiadaa.
but ths case undoubtediy wlU ba takaa ta
tha court af appeal If the daaa.oa Blaaua.
tt win quash all th ladictinents sUU ataaa
tng against insurance officia i
j htre are six Indictments for fargery
against Georg W. Perkins, formerly vie
lreidrnt of the New Tork Lit laauraace
company, and several s gainst Charlea B.
Fairchllda of th aam. company, baaed aa
practically the same aTwgarjana la regard
ts repgrting tb campasy'a eosdltlaa. There
is on Indictment for forgery gainst Beb
ert A. Grannie, formerly rlo president af
the Mutual Life Insurance company, am taa
aam ground
Caartelyea Offered BlaT AaTk.
It was stated here tonight, though rsat
officially confirmed, that th preaideacy of
th rnion Trust ctpany had be offered
ta Georg B. Oortelyaw. Tha Cnlaa ka the
fourth largest truat compaay ta the city.
John D. Rockefeller keeps his Parana al ac
count m tt. It has deposits of UJR.aa, a
apital stock af IXOi.) and a surplas aad
;-i'vlded profits of sU7l.r.
It waa further aaid that Mr. Coraelyoa
arcHild not decide defintely with aarraral
-eek w hether he would accept the poal-
icm.
Eds ard King, wba was president ef tb
rlr.n Trust c-mpsy for thlrtT-frv years,
ed on November It. A com mi! tee was ap
.nted ts eelert a new president, and last
-k ths str-etarr was la conference with
" rtiinent barker her.
Praise fee Ma ttleahl a.
Words ef praise for the American Taatfla
shlp fleet and its rfftcer aad mea were
uttered by Lord Nertbcete. retiring g-ov-emor
general af Aastralla. at a luacheoa
in hi honor tn tb Lawyers club today.
Lord Northern' e said tbe vessels gas Aas
tr alia s a a broader eonoeptloa of the tav
portanoe and power of the natloe acrosa
tbc Pacific from them than they had be
for th visit- Of greater c.'na-qoeno. faow
eeer. h regarded the fact thai the appear
ance and oondact of their officer aad asen
crested aa itt rreef ion te ther cred-t that
h berved would be errrlast.ng.
Freaeb Daels aa snarl.
The "biuedleas" Freaeb aa-ih 4 of due -tng.
a la made, la wh,ch wax bullets arc
used 1 t bt takes up as a spirt by the
New Tork Athleuc club. The cod ta to
be eincnly ebeen-ed at an competitions aal
aournataants, eves down l th careful ex
amii alien of wenpona Tbe selectioa af
second, ta fart, all tb courtesy and at
quett incideat ta dueling 1 ta ba anted
out. Masks win be wore by th mint as lasla
ta preteet tbe face aad eve and taa eoor-
Ihg win recoraed agint I
wera eer the rhsat.
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af resea Trwet Case-
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