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ANDREW fiAUNEOIE we poor Scotch boy when he came to
America. II. worked hard; he saved part' of the money he ramrd.
Today it key-jbim bony Just (riving wr the inter on his fortune.
- We will pay 8 interest on the money yon put In our bank
nd compound the Interest every six moutlia. '
NATIONAL DANK '
' a'-v OF OMHA
tnZAMdi SURPLUS . ; - V . . " ; , $550,000.00
DKP08ITM -S; . ,.l .... . . A $2,800.00.00
- :OFFICEIt8 AN O DIRECTORS
John T. Slack, lreaSrtnt. ; chas. O. Oeorge
lai,?I?f'",Hs?,"'-:' ' ' Ceo. I CMlmSre -
Ws. . KUlis, O ashlar. . H VUmUmr
mi?i.J O. O. Kediek
fno, . Webster O; A. Wlaaa
an4 dire sre tha prophecies, "unless wa
have rain In a few days.' just now corn
seems to be barely holding lta own, and
should tha hot winds and weather continue
much longer, crops of all kinds will ba In
tha unknown quantity.
Fear Fire at Hastings.
HASTINGS, Neb., July I. Special.) For
tha first time In Its history tha uae of fire
works In Hastings on tha Fourth of July
has been prohibited by special proclama
tion of the mayor, C. J. Miles,, unless rain
comes In tha meantime. Tha action Is
taken as a precaution against fire, the
risk, being regarded as very great owing
to tha long continued dryness. The pro
hibition of tha use of fireworks covers hot
only tha Fourth of July, but all days Inter
vening before tha next rainfall.
CYCLONE HITS MITCHELL S. D.
Heaaaa Varafe4 aad Barms Blawa
Over t.lah4alna" Also Leads a
Haad la the Havoc.
MITCHELL, S. D., July 1 (Special Tele
gram.) Last night a severe cyclone and
rainstorm struck this city, doing quite a
good deal of damage. It came from the
southwest and passed over the eastern sec
tion of tha city. Just escaping the business
action. ;. " '
Tha Mitchell Furniture company suffered
a loss when a fouitjS ot.pii roof was torft
from Its bulldlngvtad-, si deluge of water
poured In on a floor' filled with furniture
and leaked throtTintO1, the lower room'.'
Tha roof was ca,frlei ,JQO. feet , and dropped
In front of a haalv: The1 damage will ba
about 16,009. ..J .
A dosen barns la tbs eastern part of the
city were carried away or blown flat' to
tha ground. Portions of a barn were blown
Into tha front plate glass window of Jl. C.
Peterson's residence and frightened tha
occupants of tha house, where a wedding
was Just about to take placed- '"
A barn belonging to a farmer named
Goodwin, eight miles north of town, was
struck by lightning aid was burned, - to
gether with three cows and three Tiorses.
Goodwin was standing In 'the barn door
and was struck with a piece of wood that
entered his leg. Several other large barns
In the pathway of tha storm were blown
down and destroyed. : f
11 over the dty the trees were badly
damaged, the limbs carrying down tele
phone and electric light wires. The electric
light company was busy a good share of
tha night In picking up live wires. The
damage in tha city will amount to 18,000
Damage at Maaoa City.
MASON CITY, la,. July 1 (Special Tele
gram.) Tha Intense heat of the last five
days Is causing damage. The oats yield In
thla time has been reduced 60 per cent and
tha drouth Is damaging corn. Leaves are
twisting and turning brown.
Mrs, Ed T. Liage.
BENKELMAN, Neb., July t (Spectal.)
Mra. Ed. T. Lings of Indian. Creek pre
cinct, this county,,' died In a Hospital at
Bt. Joseph. Mo., Friday night, and was
burled la a Catholic cemetery there Satur
day, la the month of February Mrs. Lings
sustained a longitudinal fracture of her
right leg, below the knee,, which failed to
unite because of a. particle ; of bone be
coming wedged between the broken bones.
Upon making this discovery- she wsa con
veyed to St Joseph about, May 15. where
aa Incision was made, the disturbing piece
of bone removed and; tha limb again set,
which failed for . some reasoit to re
unite. Another operation was performed In
which sept la poisoning set la and last Tues
day tha member was amputated, but the
patient never recovered from the shock. She
leaves a husband and five children.
LAWRENCE, Neb., July t (Special.)
Cyrus Haines, an old settler of this vicinity
died at his home' northwest of this place
last Thursday evening. The funeral was
held Saturday at his lets horns. Mr. Haines
leaves a family of aix girls, tha oldest of
which . la la years and married, and the
youngest about 10 years old. Mrs. Haines
died. In April. IMS.
Mra. Joaaah Meaard.
M'COOK. Neb.. July X-(8peclal.-Mra.
Joaaph Menard pasaeii away Saturday at
her residence In this city, after aa Uness
of considerable length. Mrs. Menard was
one of MoCook's ssrly settlers. Her bus
band and three daughters survive her.
Bpralna require careful treatment. Keep
quiet and apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely. It will remove the soreness and
quickly restore the, parte to a healthy con
dition. For sale by ail dealers.
Miss Emma Foley .returned home Thurs
day after visiting a juwulfl .wiio relatives
la the east. . .
Henry A. Newman and "Julius M. New
man l Saturday evening for Chicago,
Milwaukee. Indianapp'.is and Cincinnati.
Misses Florence and Muriel Long leave
today fur a trlu throush Wisconsin and
Minnesota, spondlns; about a month with
their stater, Mra. J. P. Seymour of Madl-
GENERAL POTTS IN COMMAND
Takes Temporary Charge of the New
NOTICE SENT TO OTHER OFFICERS
Chicago Merchaats and Haaifae.
tarera Peel that They Hare lac ,
eeeded a Captarlajg Prise
GmCAjQO, July lr-HSpeolal Telegram.)
Brigadier General Ramsay D. Potts today
assumed temporary command of the newly
created Central Uivlelon of the United
States army, with headquarters In Chi
cago, and embracing the territory from the
Rocky v mountains to Lake Michigan , and
the Canadian boundary lino to the Quit
The first order Issued by ths command
ant was to apprise officers In the division
that he had assumed charge. He then ap
pointed his-son. First Lieutenant D. Potts,
his aide-de-camp. Establishment of this
division in Chicago will result la large ax
pendltures of money for. all supplies, of
every .nature, to tha tteneflt of. Chicago's
manufacturers and .merchants. - - -
General Potts will remain la command
ef the m'Utary service school and post at
KWt. laan.worth. aa w II as of .the Cen
tral division, upty , njajor general,, la found,
who can command Chicago permanently.
General Potts Is the senior line ef fleer
In. the division, and In .ths Aheenca 'of any
higher officer, he was given .the honor Of
first command of the division. , He ap
peared at tha offices of ths department this
piornlng. was introduced. Issued his orders
and then chatted 'with friends. ... 1
' "I havs never been shot." said General
Potts -with a smile, "and If I had been It
would not be a thing to. talk, about. '.U
lis one of the Instances one of the wonders
of war,' that so. many bullets are' shot at
the opposing forces' with such ' compara
tively small effect'' ' t
"Once you get acoustomed to hearing
bullets whistling around, why you' lose
all sense ol fear and adhere to your dis
ciplinary training. Discipline, as we teash
It, Is able to carry out orders in suite of
whistling bullet or shrieking shells."
uenerai x-otts, wniie a captain, was en
gaged In a fierce battle at Aibonlto, Porto
Rico, and while commanding' his forces
three horses were shot down under hint
while he escaped without even a. scratch.
CHICAQ OTO BECOMES NAVAL BASIS
Mai lavs Betas Mobilise for Traia
la oa Lake Vessels. '
CHICAGO. July S. (SDeclal Tiltm.u.
With the opening of the new naval, training
station at North Chicago and tha ta.irina
affect of the order for the creatloA of the
new (.entrai division of the army, Chicago
today took front rank as the most Impor
tant military bass waf nf ih. a ,ia
coast. Twelve hundred recruits for the
new naval station are on their way here
now and many Important nsw posts on
the staff of of Deere are to be filled through
me new army order.
Today marked tha Informal
the naval training station. The dedication
when President Taft will be in attendance.
win lane piace October l. The ceremonies
today at North Chicago were taken nr
by Rear Admiral Albert Ross, tha oom-
manaant, ana a dosen officials.
The creation of tha Central divi.in ,
embrace the Department of the Lakes, the
Department of the Missouri and tha Depart
ment ot Texas, greatly extends ths terrt
ory over which the headauartera i.k.
Jalied In Chicago will have charge.
The nsw training station covers in .r....
Including thirty-nine bulldinva tnr k.
commodation of 1,600 bluejackets, -
The institution, the fourth of iu kind
In the United States, represents six years
labor and an outlay of SS.S0O.00O.
POLICE PREVENT A LYNCHING
New York Hoe Attempts to Take
Colllas, a Negro Who Killed
NEW YORK,. July L (Special Tele
gram.) Only the prompt and vigorous
action of the police saved New Tork from
a . lynching today. -
While atteniDtlnsr ta rr Tk. r-.m.-
a shiftless negro from Key West, na in
tien a micnen, a negro settlement, on tha
west side. Policeman lu-h..i
shot and killed by Collins.
When the negro was arrested by other
policemen, a mob composed of whites and
blacks tried to lynch him. The police re
serves arrived la tlma. knw.... .
ColUns wsa landed safely In JalL.
itie force of policemen on patrol in the
neighborhood was tripled, and the reserves
from six precincts were seat to tha West
Thirty-seventh street police station la
anticipation of trouble tonight.
A Bloody A If ale
Is lung hemorrhage.. Stop It and euro weak
lungs, coughs and colds with Dr. King's
New Discovery. Wo and 11.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
HEW IOWA LAWS IN EFFECT
Three Hundred Enactment! of Last
Legislature Become Laws.
TWX57TY OF GEXEUAL INTEBEST
Cbaarfe la Criminal Cede MlkM It
PoulU for Conaty Attorneys to
- Prowfitt Offenders Van a
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES, July t-(8peclal.)-Of ths
300 new laws that become effective In Iowa
on Tuesday morning only about twenty of
them are of such general application that
all ths people are Interested. The last
general assembly pasned s larger number
of legalising acts than usual and also had
a larger number ot-the bills go Into effect
by publication. ' The book of the laws Is
printed and distribution will commence to
. The most Important change In any laws
relating to the criminal code was that
.which lessens the Importance of the grand
Jury by providing that a county attorney
may prosecute an offender upon Informa
tion as welt as4 on Indictment, or really
that the Indictment may me made by the
county attorney'. This does not do away
with the grand Jury, which will continue
to meet and make original Investigations,
but in ill-, cash that, are plain and direct
the action' In -court will be without waiting
for the grand Juty.' For one thing, this will
avoid a 'long. wait for some persons who
are throWrl Jn'jall during court recess. It
will have.' the effect of hastening court
But little 'else" of importance was done
regarding the .Criminal code of the state.
provision is made for having tha stats
authorities at the various Institutions un
sex criminals, insane and feeble minded
with a view to prevention of the propaga
tion of the undesirables. The law'' in re
gard to exposing for sale of vulgar and Im
proper postal cards was amended so that
It Is as Inclusive as ths postal laws re
garding sending tham through the malls.
Gome changes were made as to penalties,
and Judges may also Issue paroles.
Aatomoblle Tax Law.
The new automobile tax law really goes
Into force July 4. but work has already
commenced and many of the auto owners
arc paying their taxes. 7 These taxes go
into the state treasury as other fees, and
out of the fund will be paid back to the
counties a part to ba used for road work.
Tha 'road dragging law was made more
drastic, and it Is provided that the county
surveyor will, In time, become obsolete
and his' place be taken by a county drain
age or road engineer, '
- An Important "-change was made In the
liquor laws as affecting druggists. In that
(the druggist will be permitted to fill In cer-
tain of the blanks on the applications for
liquor to ba signed up at drug stores. This
wlll. be a great help to them and avoid
much annoyance. It Is also provided that
Jobbers In drugs may sell liquor at whole
sale the same as wholesale liquor dealers
and with fewer restrictions than In the
. The state fire marshal law provides for
a state fire marshal who Is to Inquire Into
all fire losses-on behalf of the Insurance
companies . and to prosecute for arson
where deemed proper, all with a view to
lessening , the - fire loss from lnoendlary
eauses'.- ,i ( -'. x V
.. Tn Mmmlulnna will. kAtfHM v-n.b mm.
paring for legislation, neat session. These
are the tax otnmtssjon 'mdd tha commission
to devise a lay or workmen's compenjay-1.
B- .'.' . . ... in
state aid for such high schools as will
Inohide a course In normal training will
commence promptly' and It Is beUeved.lhls
will add to the number of teaohefs ih -the
State. The law to permit transforming lew
grade certificates Into life certificates will
also ' help the -teachers. ' ',:
' Shoats ..Divorce tarn-rise. '
' The announcement that divorce oroceedw
Ings have been Instituted in the family of
T. v. Bhonts came as a surprise here. Mr.
Shontg'.ha been president of ths official
board bt Drake university and quite Inti
mately connected with' that Institution
stnee the death of his father-in-law, Gen
eral Drake. He has also been a contributor
to the funds of the university and It Is
feared his interest will now come to an end.
State Treaasry Coadltlea.
At the close of business at tha end of
the fiscal period July 1 the state treasury
had on hand In the general revenue fund
of the state ta, 282, 439. This Is a substantial
increase "over the funds available a year
ago ana about on a par with tha amount
on hand in the past There had been a
loss In tha amount ot cash In ths Des
Moines banks and It la expected that In
tha. next year tha sum will again be re
duced to a proper amount
Forelgk Horses at Fair.
Prof. Charles T. Curtlss, head of the
horse department of the stats fair, made
tee announcement that this year there will
be SOO horses from Frenoh and English
stables entered la the Iowa horse fair. In
past years there have always been a few
foreign horses at tha fair, but never have
there been as many aa this year will sea.
Prof. Curtlas says that there are about
LXf horses entered, and that, it la not
known at this time how they will be cared
for, as there Is not stable room for all of
State Fire Toaraaanent.
Teri paid tire department teams have
sent In their entries for ths state firemen's
tournament on July 2Q.t8.S7 and SR. Thirty
volunteer companies have entered for the
prises. Ths meet promises to be the largest
held in Iowa. Benefits will go to fire
men's pension fund. Clinton. Sioux City
ana ies Moines will all have two paid
department teams In the races. Davenport,
Red Oak, Fort Dodge end Creeton will
enter one team each. Mason City may
enier a team.
Tan ferrets Mar Flsht. w
While tha new law forbidding employ
ment of tax ferrets goes Into effect at
onoe It Is possible that la many counties
of the state tha tax ferrets will continue
to do business for some time, as they had
long time contract with various counties
and they hold that the legislature oould
not pass a law depriving them of their
rights. la the past tha tax ferrets have
brought many thousands of dollars In taxes
to the state.
Work oa Mskchlaerr Hall.
The contractors are making great prog
ress on the new machinery ball at the
tats fair grounds and have the work
about half dona. It will ba the largest
machinery building In the country. The
executive committee Is also making many
other improvements. The program for the
state fair la n earing completion and ths
preliminary correspondence Indicates that
the fair will ba a fine event.
New Coe-aoswtloaa la Iowa.
The. Pittsburg plate Glass company aom
plied with Iowa laws today for tha first
time and secured right to transact busi
ness directly In Iowa. Tbs company filed
articles Indicating a use ef 1171.000 of lu
capital In ths Iowa business. Ths total
capital is S22, 000.000, and ths company ad
mits assets of over lU.Ou0.guO.
MaeLoaa to Travel la SCbvooo.
President Mac Lean of the Iowa State
university, whose work there Is now prac
tically at an end. will soon start for
Europe to spend a large part of tha sum-
Detailed Census of
The director of the census has announced the population of Nuckolls county,
according to its minor civil divisions, as follows:
Alban nrec net
Beaver precinct. Including Superior City
Ward l...r !
. Ward !..:.. .
Ward S. ....
Blaine nreclrct... , ,
Elk precinct. Including Oak' village
Hardy precinct. Includins Hardy village
Nelson rreclnct. tncludlns Nelson village
St. Stephen precinct
Sherman precinct ......
Spring Creek precinct. Including Ruskln village.
Rusk In villaare ,1. -.
Victor precinct. Including Lawrence village
mer. He has not completed plans for his
future educational work. The state board
has made a number of faculty additions at
each of the state Institutions as. the sup
port funds have 'been materially Increased.
A. C. Trowbridge of the University of Chi.
csgo .has been added to the university
faculty as assistant professor of geology.
Nearly all the new additions to the uni
versity faculty are from eastern universi
Lawyers Oppose Reforms.
Justice Deemer of the supreme court at
the State Bar association, proposed that
the association Indorse an Important re
form in litigation by recommending to the
legislature a still more strict law that no
Judgment shall be set aside or case be
reversed by any court on a mere techni
cality. This Is the law now and is generally
followed, but Jn some places there seems
to be a demand for a very strict rule to
prevent new trials. The lawyers refused
to sanction any further limitation of .the
freedom of the courts.
Back from National Meet.'
'Judge G. S. Robinson, bf the State Board
of Control, : returned, today , from an ex
tended eastern trip when he attended the
national meeting ' of ' the , conference on
charities and corrections. He reports that
at Boston they hsd cool weather and there
was a fine attendance of 'people from the
The auditor of state today admitted to
do business In Iowa the Sovereign Firs
Assurance society of Toronto.
LID GOES ON IN MARSHALLTOWN
Saloona Sell Stock oa Hand at Bar
gala Rates and Close
MARSHALLTOWN, la- July . Spe
cial.) While hundreds upon hundreds of
thirsty mortals clamored for beer that they
could not get, the ."lid" went on the
thirst resorts of thajUy last night and
the town went dry for tha first time since
IBM. Twelve saloons, closed during the
early evening and night Most of them were
forced to close before 10 o'clock because
their supply of beer was sold out long be
fore the legal closing time. The brew gone
the Satoonlats begun making bargain prices
on whisky - and wines and practically all
of the stocks of liquors -were disposed of.
immense crowds gathered about the sa
loons to watch thent. go- out of business.
The Insufficiency Of the petition of consent
circulated by the IhaloijnlMs forced the sa
loons to cTe-sa. M i Iks )i y' "' r-- '
wFAlNt.NQ' BERTHS PROVES A"
POSER FOfl PRISON HEADS
State Board Insailty Reeomaaoada
that She -Be Traaaf erred from .
LINCOLN, July 1 Fbr the first time In
many gears' official; of : the Nebraska peni
tentiary confess thsy-have a prisoner
Whom they cannot mahage. It is Bertha
Lelbbeke, known throughout the west as
"Famtlng Bertha," , sentenced to three
years for shoplf ting., jgfver since her in
carceration over a month ago she has had
the prison in an uproar. '.
Tonight, at a meetlng'of the State Board
of Insanity, a decision was reached to
recommend to iGovemor Aldrich that the
woman be transferred to a hospital. The
action was taken In the face of a decision
of the board that she, ig not Insane, but
because shs cannot be give it the necessary
attention and control at the penitentiary.
' Two Stella Weddings.
STELLA, Neb., July S.-(8peoial.) In
gram Cain and Miss Jennie Anderson will
bs married July 20 at Chouteau, Mont The
young man is a son of J. R. Cain, head of
the Bute bank at Stella, and for a number
of years he was assistant cashier. He left
Stella about five years ago and after
spending a year In old Mexico went to
Chouteau, where Is located, a colony of
Bteua people. He has proved up on a
homestead there and also on a pre-emption
and Is now hi the employ of a lumber
company. Miss Anderson Is a teacher In
the Chouteau school and her mother Is a
former superintendent of public Instruction
In that county.
Miss Vlrda Tlmerman was married last
week to Earl B. Payne at Fort Morgan,
Colo., to which' place shs moved with her
parents, Mr. and" Mrs. Sidney Tlmerman,
from Stella a year or so ago.
i Two Weddings at Falls ,Clty.
FALLS CITT. Neb.. July .-8pecIal.)
Miss Clara Stockton was married at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Stockton, to Eugens Sherman. After spend
ing the honeymoon In Omaha the couple
will go to Kansas City to reside.
Chester McDowell and Miss Cells Ditt
mar were married at the home of her
parents, with whom they will make their
heme for the present Tha bride was at
tired In the white dress shs wors when
recently graduated from the high school.
Baslaeaa Change at Stella.
STELLA. Neb., July 1 (Special.)
Caarlea Plzlnger has sold ths Arcade
pharmacy to O.C Bowers of Okeene, Ok!.,
who will take possession soon.' By ths
deal Mr. Plxtnger becomes the owner of a
farm near Okeene He will leave here In
about a month for Olmuts, Kan., where hs
will spend some time aetUlng the estate
left by his father.
Water Caauataeloaoa Rest gas.
HA8TINO8. Neb., July 1 (Special.) L.
A. Payne has resigned from the office of
water, light and sewer commissioner after
five years' continuous service and will
soon remove to Suthsrlln, Ore., where he
will engage In business. City Electrician
Moray has bean appointed aa his raooeseor.
Alleged Wife Hsiieter Arrested.
BEATRICE, Neb., July I (Special Tele
gram.) Frank Buchhola of Culbertson.
Neb., Wanted at 'that place for desertlns
his wife, was arrestrd hers today by Sheriff
Campbell, who took his prisoner back to
that place this evening.
Aged Maa Iajared.
HARVARD. Neb., .July t (Special. )-
While raking wheat stubble with a horse
rake Daniel Ootheridge was dragged In
front of the rake and ssverely hurt Mr.
Ootheridge Is close to 09 years of age and
though seriously Injured Is expected to
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ENCAMPMENT ORDERS ISSUED
G. A. R. Officers Issne Instraetloaa
for -National Metlaar at
Rochester la 'Aaaast.
(From a Staff Correspondent),
LINCOLN. July l-(Speclal.) Instruc
tions for the grand encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic have been
Issued from the headquarters here as fol
lows: .To all comrades,
their families and
. 1. The forty-fifth ( naUonsI encampment.
Grand Army of the Republic, will be held
this year in the city of Rochester, N. Y.,
August a to 26, Inclusive.
2. The official routs selected by. the de
partment commander of this department to
go to that encampment will bs over the
Chicago, Burlington A Qulncy railroad to
Chicago, and over the Wabash A West
Shore railroad from Chicago to Rochester.
t This official train will leave the city
of Lincoln August 1 at 4: p. r!t., and
arrive at Omaha at 6:10. Leave Omaha at
:80 p. nu. and arrive at Chicago at 8:07
Sunday morning. Leave Chicago at 12:06
Sunday and arrive at Rochester at 7:14
Monday morning, August 21.
'4. For the Information of the comBadea
throughout the department who desire to
connect with this official train, either at
Lincoln or Omaha, they will consult their
local agents as to time of leaving home.
6. The ' railroad fare from Lincoln to
Rochester and return will be $37. From
Omaha and return, 134.80. Standard sleepers
from Lincoln to Rochester S8 From
Omaha to Rochester, I6.S0. Applications for
sleeper accommodations can be made to
Oeorge W. Bonnell, city ticket agent at
Lincoln. Advertising matter, giving full
Information, will be distributed later. All
railroad agents, post commanders and
delsgates will be supplied also. Hotel ac
commodations, they claim, will be ample
for all, either on the American or
European plan. Comrades wishing to
secure accommoditlons In advance will
correspond with the secretary of the execu
tive committee, W. IL..WhlUng, la Powers
building, Rochester. - - ,
.'The department commander extends a
very cordial invitation to all comrades,
members "of 'j the Women's Relief Corps,
womsn of ths' Grand Army of the Republic,
and all their friends to go with us on this
special train. . . :. ' N
' T. It la also desired.,, and expected, that
0 '.many Of the .department Staff as can
possibly make It convenient to go will be
on band to assist In looking atwfthe com
rades and their friends during ths encamp,
ment, and' thus help to relieve the-department
officers. ' ' ,'.."'
S. The department ' headquarters will be
located at the, Powers hotel, in room 430,
where all comrades will be expected to
register Immediately on their arrival in
Rochester, for the benefit Of friends com
ing In to make Inquiries. Comrade C. H.
Horth of post No. 28 will have charge of
this register, and select his own assistants.
S. Comrade 8.. C. Bassett of post No. ill
of Gibbon is hereby appointed department
patriotic instructor, to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of our late worthy
and efficient comrade, Brad P. Cook, and
all past patrloda Instructors who havs not
already sent In their reports to these head
quarters will send same to him direct at
Gibbon at once.
10. Ths following additional aldes-de
camp on the department staff are here
D. M. Haverley, post 110: Frank P.
uawrence, post ino. 4; James D. Gage, post
No. 98; J. O. Hall, post No. 26; Samuel Mo.
Connell, post No. 284; C. P. Louiax. post
No. 26; Thomas Petton, post No. 123;
James Walling, post No. ft. S. D. Riser,
post No. 80; K. C. Lelcy, post No. S52; J. J.
Hamlin, post No. t; John A. Foster, post
No. 69; H. O. Hicks, post No. 02; W. W.
Jackson, post No. ; C. A. Sweet, post No.
70; Hiram Lswls, post No. 163; L Cover,
post No. S39; F. S. Durlsch, post No. 201:
W. Snider, post No. 76; M. 8. Pollard, poet
No. 187; C. M. Osier, post No. 10; J. McC.
Preston, post No. 114; 8. C. Bassett. Post
No. 113; H. E. Hall, post No. 338; iVJ.
8 wits, post No. 299; W. A. McAllister, post
No. 9. J. A. Lindsay, post No. 126; C. F.
Terwllllger. post No. 864; James Houck,
E?"'. J- F- Green. Post No. 16;
T. U. Whiff en, poet No. 89; Oeorge W.
poreey, post No. 142; D. O. Morteman, post
No. U: Charles FUcklnger, post No. 101;
R. Skinner, post No. 360; C. S. Lucas, post
No. 23; W. C. Cathcart, post No. 104; if L.
Bond, post No. 2ti; J. Gruver, post No. 112;
W. J, Weller, post No. 80; Ed A Church,
post No. ; H. W. Chase, post No. 103;
H. S. Cooler, post No. 38; Charles Walker,
post No. 148; C. A. Coats, post No. 44.
Thomas Broomhall. noat 'n 117- i. i
Luce, post No. 60; George Williams, post
ro. mi, wesiey jiaser, post No. 168; Milton
vnuie, post ..q. iw, j. M. Maharfey, post
No. 82; T. A. Taylor, poet No. 206; L. B.
Woods, post No. 78; D. Ormsbee, post No,
231; Oscar D. Herrlck, post No. 26; Oeorge
W. Prather, post No. 181 s T. J. Stearna,
post No. 27; David C. Bliss, post No 91;
W. T. Owens, post No. 134; 6. L, Johns,
Post No. 24; L C. Barr, post No. Ill; Julius
Reed, post No. 21. D. K. Calkins, poet No.
37; W. L Walling, post No. 178; C. Harrier,
post No. 174; J. K. Perry, post No. 167:
W. B- Weight Post No. 68; C. Wake, poet
No. 161; Louis Leeleur, post No. 66; George
C. Dye, post No. 173: I. D. Evans, post No.
166; T. C. Allen, poet No. 78; J. O. Davis
post No. 2S8; W. G. Saddler, post No. 81;
Addison Walt, post No. 21; J. F. David
post No. 284; Esra Brown, poat No. 60; J 8
naisoury, post mo. r. w. R. Roberts,
post No. 63; J. W. Stevens, poet No. 228:
R. H. Stewart, post No. 19; M. A. Kerr,
post No. 1
U. On receipt of this order these aides
de-camp will send in their acceptance at
their earliest convenience to L H. Soot
horn, assistant, adjutant general.' Lincoln,
Neb., and commissions will be Issued. By
order of A. M. TRIM rar .vy
Official. Department Commander. -
L. M. SCOTHORN.
Assistant Adjutant General.
Larar oTIeld of Wheat at Stella. .
STELLA, Nebr, July 1 -(Special.) Wheat
threshing has been under way since last
Monday In this vicinity. "Most of the wheat
la making less than twenty-five bushels
to the acre. The best yield of ths week
was In Leman Waddle's field, where
twenty-four aores averaged thirty-two
bushels. At the MoCandlass elevator north
of Bhubert the wheat Is the best this
season ever received there. On J. A. Nut
ter's farm near Lawrsnoe, Kan., seventy
three acres of wheat averaged forty-three
bushels to the acre and tested sixty-three
pounds. Part of ths field yielded as high
as fifty bushels to the acre.
A Florae Attack
of malaria, liver derangement and kidney
trouble la easily cured by Ciectrio Bitters,
the guaranteed remedy. SOa. for sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
SHERIDAN OPPOSES FRANCHISE
Man Meetiny Held in Wyoming City
to Fight Fifty-Year Grant
CITY COUNCIL READY TO ACT
"sahee of rhaaa-ea la Right
.Greatly Faverlaa CoaaaMsar Which
" is Relieved to Re Backed by
SHERIDAN. Wyo.. July t-(Speclal Tele-gram.)-Shertdan
la waging a war against
the Light trust. Three hundred representa
tive citisens attended a publlo Indignation
meeting held at the opera house this even
ing, to hear prominent attorneys and others
discuss a fifty-year lighting franchise
which the city council la scheduled to grant
the Sheridan Electric Light 4V Power com
pany next Monday evening. The ordinances
granting the franchise, and colncldently a
new municipal street lighting contrgot.
Passed their first reading, last Monday
evening. It U known that tha oity council
s conalderlng final action at Its next meet
ing under a suspension of rules. t
The principal objection to the proposed
new franchise which the power company
desires In consideration of th ...r..nu.
its present franchises, one with eleven
years to run and the other, a fifty-year
franchise recently assigned to It by the
newly organised street railway company,
are the length of its term, a clause chang
ing the basis of taxation from its net to Its
gross income, an exclusive street lighting
contract precluding t-ompetltlon. and the
omission of a clause providing for the pur
chase of the plant by the city should
municipal ownership be found desirable.
The Sheridan Electric Light and Power
company is subsidiary of the Federal Light
and Power company of Denver, popularly
supposed to be backed by the Standard
Mrs. Philip Casey '
Spoils the' Oasis
Iake Mills Woman Who VinA.
Thirsty Crowd in Barn Around
Case of Beer Spoils It.
LAKE . MILLS. Ia.. July ft-san.i..i
Casey la her name, Mrs. Phillip Casey,
and she Is a worthy successor of the late
rne jat ion. She Is domiciled in the
northwest part of town. On h m-.mi...
Is a barn and several thirsty individuals
naa assembled there and were freezing
their drinks in a- Ma barrel th
sawea in IWO. The-lea wa
around the case of beer -bottles' h.
she got wind that something was wrong
' " xoern. one imm
that 'direction, belleviua- that ah w..
complete master of her own premises, and
didn't even want the assistance of the
county sheriff or ths town m.r.k.i
Several of the dry fellows were In the
barn waiting for a strike at the cool
beverage. She told them to Immediately
make a clearance, an whn.
them protested she went to th. in
chest" and taking out the bottle began to
break, them In regular Carrie NaUon fash
Ion. They protested, she Insisted and
she not only made everv mnhr.
clear out of there, but shs didn't cease
ucr onsiauxnt until
every bottle was
ROOSEVELT HARVESTS HIS HAY
Crop la Good, with Eaoagh for Hint.
self and Perhaps Some (or
His Neighbors. -'
NEW TORK, July t,-(Speclal Telesram.)
Brown as a berry, with callouses on his
hands and the scent of new mown hay
about him, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt
looks every Inch a farmer these daya. He
Is getting In his hay crop at Sagamore Hill.
directing the work In person, doing his full
share of It. and Incidentally having the
time or his life.
If the colonel Is taking any Interest In
CIRCUS OMAHAITumday -i J
i ii ti i
av TfaS S ml JB 1 II II II "
-aw ee aw a at has
rC'-iTk 0U AUHUcAT8 AND THE I
Riders and tho
w.. wai er this
Street Parado EverSaen
Admissions snd Reserved beat on saJe Mhow Liny at Myers-Dillon Drag Co., Cor Six
teenth end r'trimm Sts.. at 'exactly the same prices charged on the show ground
BE A U T I F
WITH ITS MANY
The PI a co To Spend a
COOL. CLEAN AND 'ORDERLY
A LARGE GRAND BALL ROOM new and airy, with delightful
music HATH I NO, - BOATING, LAUGHLXQ QALLEI11Y ROLLER
COASTER, , MERRY-GO-ROUND and many other amusewemte.
SHADY GROVE PARK has been added an excellent place for
picnics. Free use of stoves for making coflee.
Concerts by Covalt'o Dand
Admission To Park', Froo
II. M. BAJtNET, Manager.
politics, public affairs or anything except
his hay crop, he is keeping It to himself,
for he declines to discuss anything else for
publication. He will make bay enough to
supply his own needs and may have soma
left to sell his leas successful neighbors.
Thief Jumps Into fiasket of Air Craft
Juit as It leave!' ,t,he
8ATRE, Okl., July i A plokporket
closely pursued by the town marshal,
leaped Into the basket of a balloon near
here today Just as the air craft was leav
ing ths ground and sailed away to safety.
The balloon had been filled with gas and
the aeronaut George Harvey, was In the
basket, ready to start when the marshal
discovered the pickpocket tsklng a purse
from the pocket of a man whose attention
was centered on the ballVm. The marshal
attempted to catch. ths thief, whereupon
the latter leaped lntefthe basket Just as It
cleared the earth.' At-a;nelght of several
hundred feet the thjef drew a revolver and
warned Harvey not to releas.i tbs rip cord
Of his balloon until he was Ordered to
I After the pair had traveled fifty miles
the unwelcome passenger gave the word
and the balloon was lowered. Ten feet
from the ground the thief leaped from the
basket and ran.
Relieved of a part of Its burden, the
balloon again shot upward. When Harvey
finally effected a landing, several hundred
yards from where the thief had alighted
he had disappeared... -a
DAWSON. Neb., July .-(Spec!at.)-Mies
Mabel Shier was married at the home of
her mother to Dr. John Totktyryoungest
son of Dr. J. A. Waggensri of .-Humboldt.
The marriage service w JreMd by Rev.
Mr. rioldeman. pastor of e Evangelical
church In Dawson. Dr. Waigener recently
graduated from' Crelghtoh' university in
Omaha and Is now located In Dawson.
After a trip to' Lincoln and Omaha the
couple will go to housekeeping In Dawson.
Seemed to Give II I m a New Stomach.
"I suffered Intensely after eating and no
medicine or treatment Itrled seemed to do
any good," wrftes' H. Mr. Voungpeters, edi
tor of The 8un, Lake View, O. "The first
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets gave me surprising relief
and the second bottle seemed to give me a
new , stomach and perfectly good health "
For sale by all dealers."
The Key to the Sltuatlon-Ree TVant
10(AHA' IDEAL itESORT.
Delightful Cool Convenient
$3,000 UlMplay q .fireworks.
Dancing from l. to 11:46 p. ra.
Bathing, Boating. Roller Skating,
'-...HUSTEIfB CONCKUT kM)
, 'Afternoon and Kveiutog.
Many- other special attfafctloia. .
A cool and pleasant tar rjfde at 5c
ROME SUMMER GARDEN
Vaudeville and P.hota? Play3
j Dine Out Doors,
COOLEST 91U.CU In OMAHA '
ORCMMBTaA STMT BTIXIIO
Admission 10 Cents
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Great Konyots 9
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ARTISTS XK&'S H
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