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VOL. XLU-NO. 170.
SERVIA DECIDES TO
FROM ADRIATIC SEA
This Concession is Regarded in All
Quarters as Notable Step in
Direction of Peace.
MAY ACCEPT BRITISH PLAN
Sir Edward Grey Proposes that
Turkey Retain Adrianoplc.
FORTS ARE TO BE DISMANTLED
Sundry Economio Restrictions Arc
Included in Scheme.
BULGARIA ANGRY AT GREECE
Advance of (Jfti-k Force XorlliMiird
Into Territory Conquered by
IlnlRnrlnnn Cniinen Intense
LONDON, Jan. 8. Tho Servian Govern
ment today decided to withdraw from the
Adriatic sea. This action Is regarded in
all quartern as a notable step in the
direction of peace.
Intense irritation lias been caused
among tho Bulgurlun peace delegates by
h report that Greek troops have been
landed lathe vicinity of Port or Knvnlu.
on tho AeKcan sea and that n force of
Greek soldiers lias been sent northward
Tho Bulgarians ixlnt out that the
Greeks have not the slightest light to
lnterfero In that district, which was con
quered solely by tho Bulgarians and that
to Bend troops thero after tho Bulgarians
had withdrawn In order to concentrate
their entlro anny at the frontier Is con
sidered a gratuitous affront.
British I'inn 3Iny Win.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. S.-SIr Kd
ward Grey, tlio British foreign minister,
has submitted to tho powers a proposal
preserving Adrianoplo to Turkey, ac
cording to a statement made today. The
letentlon of the city will be subject to
the dismantling of tho fortifications and
sundry economic restriction. It Is under
stood tho proposal stands a pood chance
SIOUX FALLS CAPITALIST
IS SENT TO JAI
SIOUX KAIJt S. P.. Jan. S.-(Spsclal.)
In accordance with a decision of the
state supreme court, affirming a deci
sion of the lower court, Warren Aldcn
Lord, a Sioux Falls capitalist nnd man
ager of tho Templo Court properties near
tho heart of tho business district, will be
required to serve a term of thirty days
in tho county; Jail and pay tv fine' of 1CW.
ln'JNovrn.ber, '1911. tho defendant whs ar
rested' tn a raid of the Temple. Court
proiortfrfrwnterr belong to himself nnd
Ills, mother, the charge against him belli
that lie conducted a disorderly" homo. He
yas found guilty in the Justice court, and
fined $100. He appealed to jthu state cir
cuit court, where Judge Jones affirmed
tho flno of 100 and added thirty days'
Imprisonment, TJicn tho defendant ap
pealed to the state supreme couit, which
now has affirmed tho decision of tho
lower court. Tho case cannot bc further
appealed as a question of constitutionality
la pot raised. After thirty days the deci
sion, of the stato supreme court will li
wnt to the lower court and Lord will
pommenco his term.
STALE STAR WHO MARRIED
CHORUS GIRL IS EXPELLED
KfSTW HAVEN, Conn.. Jan. S.-MaurIeo
A "Ifty") Flynn, the Yalo athletic
ffaur, -who wu married in Now York Mon
day to Irene Learnle, a chorus girl, was
barred from, the Sheffield Scientific BChobl
jreoterday, because of the notoriety con
pected with (ho wedding.
"There la no rulo whereby a student
marrying under usual circumstances
ebxtuld be prevented from returning to
college,'' ezplamed Director Chittenden,
"but a marriage that took place under
such conditions as that of Flynn will not
result in contlnuanoo of membership.
Flynn stood well In his studies, although
he wa 111 last year nnd for that reason
did not keep up In some of his w&rk."
Flynn Is one of tho most valuable all
around athletes at Yale.
ALLEGED WHITE SLAVER
HIDES IN A SECRET ROOM
SBATTL.13. Wash., Jan. 8. Joseph Mil
ler, held today as un alleged "white
slaver," was captured by detectives In a
secret room In the basement of his resi
dence, ending a three years' chase. De
tectives found where the Millers lived
several days ago and raided the place.
While arresting Miller's wife, they saw
a rug move and under It found a trap
floor leading Into the secret room.
ARIZONA WOMEN VOTE
THE DEMOCRATIC TIC(KET
PRESCOTT. Ariz., Jan. . In the first
election since the enfranchisement of
women In this state, the democratic can
dldate for municipal offices won even'
contest here yesterday, except that for
chlof fit poca. W. T. Tlmerhoff, was
elected mayor. But one republican was
In tho field. Ho was the successful can
didate for the office of chief of police.
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
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(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. S. (Special.) Though
he represents half a dozen railroad of
the state, Judgo Jenne I.. Hoot, formerly
a member of the supreme court. Is not a
legislative lobbyist, but Is a "legislative
counsel." He says so himself and ho filed
a statement with thV secretary of, stato
saying he Is a legislative counsel and ho
declined to sign the lohby book which
all lobbyists are required to sign. His
statement placed on file Is as follows:
"Tho undersigned has been retained and
lereby registers as legislative counsel
with respect to all hllwls, resolutions anl
claims Introduced or filed or to bo Intro
duced or filed fur the consideration f
tho house or the senate during the Thirty
third sexslort of tho legislature of the
fctulf' of NebrasltH. nml with rufinprl
any and all of the proceedings of said!'0 bc mnJo by Ulc hoUB0 managers,
legislature and Its committees Insofar as
such bills, resldutloni nnd claims and pro
ceedings directly or Indirectly affect the
following named railroad compuules: Chi
cago, Burlington & Qtilney Railroad com
pany. Union. Pacific Railroad company,
Chicago & Northwestern Railway com
pany. Chicago, Rdek Islanl & Pncltlu
Railway company and Missouri Paclflu
Railway -ompany. JESSE L.. ROOT."
for Conservation '
WA.S1IINGTON. Jan. S.-"One uf Un?
givat battles In tho fight for conserva
tion is Jtlst uhead," decared' Ulffoul
Plnchot in an address at the annual meet
ing, fere today of tiro American Forestry
asoclatlon.- Ho attacked a,' movcinet'l
which he paid' was on' foot to turn tho
natnral forests .over to tho states.
"Kehlnd the stalking horse ot state
lights," said Mr. Plnchot, "there Is pre
paring 'a dangerous attack ons the
whole, policy of conservation. It Is an at
tack In which men of high principles nre
fighting side by side with men whoMe
principles Ilvo luithclr pockets, and for
that reason Is doubly to bo feared.
"From the beginning It was upon the
forei-t sen-Ice that tho burden of do-'
fending tho conservation ipollcy chiefly
lay," said Mr. Plnchot In conclusion. "It
Is on the firing line now. Its dofeat would
mean tho defeat of tho wholo policy of
The association concluded Its session
with the election of officer
Cruiser Natal is
Damaged by Storm
NKW YORK, Jon. 8.-Tlie Uritfsh ves
sel. Natal, which brought tie body of
Whltelaw Reld to America, was bo badly
damaged, by storm-In tho passage on the
Atlantic it will probably remain hero two
weeks for repairs. Officers of tho war
ship havo disclosed the fact that in a
ninety mile galo off tho British coast on
Deiiomber 23 two guns broke loose, two
search lights were smashed, a cutter
blown from its davits and both tho fore'
and main topmasts broken off and part
of the wireless apparatus carried .away
and two of tho star board bow plates
During tho storm, which struck th
ship at night, the Natal was kept at a list
of forty degrees to port and the men
asleep , In their hammocks were tossed
violently against the decks abovo their
Coach Falls from
Chicago Elevated Line
CHICAGO, Jan. 8. The rear coach of
a Chicago and Oak Park elevated road
train- became derailed and fell .from the
elevated structure to the street at tho
Fifth avenue nqd'an Buren street curve
of tile Unjon loo;i today.
Two men passengers -who were In the
car when R left tho rails and bumped
over tho .ties for twenty feet before
plunging from the elevated structure,
escaped Injury by stepping liito a forward
ear. Tho train had discharged most of
Its load ot several hundred passengers
and was returning to the western terminal
,of the line when the'aeddent pecurrod.
ASKED TO SUCCEED MANUEL
CLARK OF HARVARD IS
wnwu. eu., ja...
gram.)-Superintendent R. V. Clark of the
Harvard city schools lias been tendered
the position of superintendent of
Boys' Industrial school at Kearney, M.
Clark was not an applicant for the plac, ,
but It Is thought that he will accept. H
was the democratic candllutu for state
superintendent during tho lute campaign.
T AS JUDGE
Jurist Hears Own Integrity Qucs
tioncd in Opening Arguments
of Impeachment Trial,
i CALLED UNWORTHY QE
.Senate Hearing Devoted
l cutors from the HoxR?
CONSTITUTION, TOO, ON TRIAL
Failure to Convict Would Leave
People No Redress.
NUMEROUS WRONGS ALLEGED
CorrcHinndenee with ltnllrond At
torney nml ChaiiKlnir of Com
mere l'nrt'ii UpcInIoii
WASHINGTON. Jan. S.-Judgo Robert
W. Archbald of tho United States su
premo court, sitting with bin attorneys
Lefore the bar or tho senate today, heard
his conduct and his Integrity as a judge
arraigned in bitter terms at the opening
of the arguments that will terminate tho
Impeachment case brought against him
by the house of representatives for al
leged misconduct In office. Representa
tive John A. Sterling of Illinois," his In
tel rogator yesterday In the cross-exum-Inatlou
before the senate, slimming up
today the case against Judgn Archbald,
declared that It showed him unworthy
of public office und convicted him of a
"system of conduct which he hut carried
on .with lhe: railroads so rank that It
smells to heaven.' "
Tho days proceedings, were devoted en
tirely to the opponents of Judgn Arch
bald. It probably will be late tomorrow
before his attorncyM take tho floor to
answer the chui'ges and to sum up tho
defence which' has been made by wit
nesses before the senate. Two days more
of nrgument remain, the closing spcechos
Representatives Webb of North Caro
lina, I lowland of Ohio and Floyd of Ar
kansas, following Mr. .Sterling today, took
up Individual counts against Judgo Arch
bald, dissected the evidence presented by
tho witnesses and reiterated In strong
terms the opening charges of Mr. Sterling
that the accused Jurist had been proven
unfit for further service upon tho bench
( or further positions of public trust.
Ueplor- K fieri on Public Mind.
"The evil of the course of conduct that
has been pursued by Judgo Archbald is
tins effect It hus on the public mind," dj
elared Representative Sterling. "Tho
tlme.s are nw prqgnrmt with thu sentl-
"r IJ''i!1t' ''"Vj' ' 'Corruption1, ln high
-macuiJustttiixi -.in- wme- lnshiriccs, una
not justified in" others, 1ut In the caso
of Judc Archbuld, froni tho conduct
which we have proven, against hlin,' It
seems to mc that It iluu on trial that
part .of tho constitution relating o Im
pcuchmuus. ."If Judge Arohbald Is not convicted ot
these offenbex mid removed from office,
the verdict will be that the constitution
Is at fault and that when a man com
mits offenses ' of tho character he litis
i Omaha, Lincoln &
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 8.-(Kpeolnl Telegram )
The Nebraska Stato Railway commis
sion Is sending out notices of a hearing
! which will be had- January 15, for the
purpose oi granting to tho Omaha, Lin
coln & Beatrice Interurban railway the
rjght to Issue and sell bonds to the
amount of f2,ZA,m and common stock to
tho amount of IS5.000 to be Used In the
extension of that road from Lincoln to
Omaha. It Is represented that the North
ern Construction company hns mado un
offer In writing to build and equip tit;
lino In consideration of th edcllvery of
tho bonds to It.
Are Under Water
CINCINNATI, Jan. 8.-TI10 Cumberland
river Is reported out of Its banks today
at several points In Kentucky. At Burkes
vllle nnd Burnslde, alt business has been
suspended and steamboats uro rescuing
Imperilled Inhabitants. Many manufac
turing and business places , aro under
water In Burnslde. Tho water, already
at the highest point In its history, still
Is' rising, Thousands of acres of farm
lands are under water and hundreds of
small buildings havo been swept away.
At Cumberland Falls thu water Is seventy-five
PITTSBURGH, Jun 8. The Mononga
hc)a and Allegheny rivers rose so rapidly
during last night that they were at flood
height today and It was expected that
when the crest .of tho rlso reaches hero
tomorrow afternoon there will be thirty
two feet of water In tho Ohlojlver, the
most soriouH flood since 1907. Scores ot
families already have been compelled to
leave their homes and many men are
temporarily out of employment because
of the flooding of mills.
ST. PAUD, Jan. 8. Governor A. O.
Eberhart, hi his biennial message to the
state legislature today, laid special em
phasis. 011 tho Initiative and referendum,
urging legislation alprig that line. Other
reforms advocated Include presidential
prefel.t.0o primaries, of wldoh ho said:
.-rhero u no principle to which I stand
morc Btronj,y conun,tted than that tho
people fchall noiulnatvthelr officers by a
direct primary election."
The governor also urged the creation of
a public utilities commission, state con
trol of securities, and rcfoim In Judicial
MOHNJNd. .JANUARY !),
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Y0UR POSTAL LAWS'.
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ONAGE , SIR
From tho txiulsvllle Courier-Journal.
SHIP TRUST CONTROLS OCEAN
Witness Says Men in London Domi
nate Sea Trade.
PROPOSES, JJEW TRIBUNAL
5ni-tM lliril Slilpii ;Iiik' Aiiifrlimn,
Port iir Keiiulriiil li 1M l.vltn t e
mid (llvr MilnniTN Choice
WASHINGTON. Jan. 8.-Furthcr test
imony about tho t'o-callcd shipping tl'tiet
between tho fulled State and Houth
America was given today to the Iiousm
merchnnt marine committee. William
Lowory, South American agent for the
PaN -America 11 Malt, which It Is claimed
waslriven out of business by tho "trust,"
testified that large shlpiicrs declined to
use the new lliio for fenr of losing their
rebates from European lines. Ho sug
gested a statuto excluding from Amerlcat
ports European ships .giving such rebates
aB a remedy for the situation.
"Wu have built tho Paniuha canal for
the benefit of British shipowners uTiWih
this government aids an American ma
rine," ho said.
"Tho Idea that the ocean Is freo Is about
as big a fallacy as exists In Amurlca,'"
testified VIllam II. Douglas, a large New
York exporter to Soutl America and
Eurouc. "Tim HteaniBhlp lines, German
end English, combination having tho
oveiin under stricter control than any
coiublatloii ever hud nny trade between
the 'stutvs," ho added.
Trinli- (Unlimited Iji London.
"Tho men whqslt In Imdon controlling
these lines can throw contracts for goods
to any country they please simply by
raising or lowering rates," Mr. IJotitlns
He said African und Australian trade
was arranged on tho same basis as Booth
American trade. He was Interested in
tho United Stnles und Australasian
I Steamship company, but did not ship tils
goods by that line. Business was divided
umung various Hues by a "gontlenien'h
ttgreemoiil," ho said. Thero were no re
bates lu the Australian trade, ho said.
Trailers to China, Japan and other east
ern nations, said Mr. Douglau had agree
ments giving practically uniform rates.
"Is there any competition lu tho India
and Asiatic or South African trade?" wis
"No, not that I know of," ho said,- ad
ding that soma lines occasionally made
special rates for big shipments of certain
"Don't they mak spoelal rates to tho
harvester combine and the steel trust?"
asked Reprefuntutlv- 'Humphrey,
"Yes,- 1 think so, and to tho Standard
Oil company," uiiHwcred Mr; Douglas.
Would II11V9 .n Trlltiiii'nl.
"Do you favor bringing all shipping
IIiioh under a tribunal similar to tho
Intel statu Commerce commission?" asked
Chairman Alexander of Mr. Douglas.
"I do," said Mr. Douglas, "and tho Hue
operating through Amorlcan porta should
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u vumi'curu 10 JJUUIUIII HlOIr rnt?s Wlll
that commission, t would go further una
provide that shlppora should havo their
own choice of ocean routes, und that In
the case of through bills of lading the
rnllroad freight rate seaboard as well as
the ocean freight rato thould bo plainly
MAN KILLED BY EXPLOSION
OF TANK ON MOTORCYCLE
HlOl'X FALLS, S. D.. Jan. S.-Cornellus
P. Becker, a bachelor farmc r living ju.-ar
Marlon, wan blown to pieces while' fixing
the gasoline tank 011 his motorcycle last
Iponage .sir. i
w3s&w- 1 wufc. mtxysc jw m v (i yMmm&em.
1M3 - KOURTKKN IAG10S.
The First "Kick"
Attempt Made to
Hunting for Opium
H,Vi f !Tc,'r4"
SAlfc FRANCJIHCO. Jail. 'I.-Wlille'1 two
customs Inspectors nem searching- for
oliltitrtiliwt nlfjlit Ih , winter tuhk 011 tho
Pacific ifiall lllidr Cliiiin, some one turned
on the water. Tho men escaped only
after a hard stvuglo, nnd decline that a
deliberate attempt to murder them was
made by some member of, tho crew in
volved In an opium Muuggllng plot. This
bellof wus strengthened by the fact that
they finally discovered 3l5 tins of opium,
valued at 9,Vi. Under tho luwa fine of
that amount may be Imposed on Captnln
Roger Altmati, mnstor of tho Chl'.i:i.
Dog Saves Lives of
Two' Boys Who Were
Attacked by Coyotes
TRINIDAD, 'Colo., Jun. S.-rA Scotch
collie dog saved the lives of his two
musters, Louis nnd Samuel Salverno, 10
and 12 years old respectively, who wero
attacked by three hungcr-cruzed coyotes
on the snow covered plans ten miles from
here yesterday. Tho boys wcra badly
.bitten by the' infuriated beasts and their
clothing wasgrnctlcally torn to ribbons.
The dog wrs' bndly laccruted. Tho chil
dren luut been "eut to an uncle's ranch
to get' provisions. Half way over tho
trail they wero attacked by coyotes. The
colllo charged the bcusts, killing two of
Goat Upsets Admiral
and is Banished
NORFOLK. Vu., Jan. 8.-A belligerent
billy gout's lack of respect for tho uni
form. It, was paid today, was tho cause
for an order1 d? Rear Admiral R. M." Doyld
banishing all of tho sailors' pets ami
mascots from battleships, cruisers and
receiving ships at this station. Admiral
Doylo Is supposed to hn,vo been Inside
the uniform when tho goat, a mascot
aboard tho Now Hampshire butted It so
vigorously that It topplod over on the
The gout Is now an exllo und with 111 m
went a, long .train of cats, dogs, parrots,
bears and other goats.
Eastern Roads Offer
to Arbitrate Scales
NEW YORK, Jan. 8.-The conference
committee of managers of tho fifty east
ern railroads that havo been considering
the demands of their locomotive firemen
proposed today to submit tlio controversy
to a committee cpnslMIng of not less
than sven members, (tepresentatlvcs of
tho firemen will meet tomorrow morning
to consider this proitosltlon.
DEMOCRATS WILL NOT
CUT DUTY ON POTTERY
"Washington;. Jan. 8.-Domocratio
Leadr Ujiderwood indicated today that
the house wayn and wieuns committer,
would stand for retaining the tariff of'fC
and per cent on pottery.
William Burgees of Trenton, N. J., dis
cussing the pottery Industry beforo t)u.
committee. Insisted thut thero wax no'
combination In tho Industry and that
pottry peculiarly needed protection. He
testified that labor In American pottery
plants cofta 210 per cent more than In
WILL NEVER SPEAK AGAIN
Doctor Gives Morc Details, of Rocke
feller's Alleged Illness.
THRjJifT IS BADLY AFFECTED
Pliyslelun Buy Oil Itius Can Com
niiiMciitc with Other tr 'Writ
ing Only Will Nat Ho
Alilo ti TrMUyj
NEW YORK, Jan. R. William Rocke
feller will proba'blly never be ablo to ap
pear as a witness lu tho fluatica Inquiry
being conducted by tlio Pujo coptmlttce
ut Washington In tho opinion of Dr. Wal
ter F. Chuppclle, his physician. The
only way ho could nnswe' questions on
tho witness stand would bo lu writing,
for speech might result lu strangulation,
m serious Is tho oonttltloii of Mr, Rocke
feller's throat, according, to the physicians
statements published here today.
Dr. Chnppcllo practically said Mr.
Rockefeller must bo silent for tho remain
der 'of his llfo. In tho Bermudas whero
Mr. Rockefeller Is now resting, ho Is
keeping very qlilot and It Is declared
that his every little wish has to bo writ
ten, for every effort to speak Involves
the haeurd of u .loruygeul spasm.
"I havu como to the conclusion that
Mr. Rockefeller's throat trouble Is
chronic," said Dr. Chappellc, "and that
ho' must (subject hlmVelf to a(lcnt treat
iueiiV for tho remainder .of his days. This
Is not a now troutmcurbui simply means
11 rest euro for the-furriyx. 'It. must bo
rcniumbored that Mr.i:Rockefellprtla past
70 years old and In' piv opinion-110 will
never be physically; able to.'appyar on a
witness stand, lip fact probajjly-triot even
for a -written exitminniion' aa ,nw nanus
trumblo so that It Is difficult for him to
wrlto legibly." ,
Three Alleged .Auto
Bandits Are Booked
CHICAGO, Jun. 8.-Threo of the fpur
alleged' "automobile bandits"; word form
jilly charged with various crlmoji today,
Hubert Saucier, alias ' Cattllth, was
"booked" for robbery, James Mitchell
was charged with ussuult with .Intent to
kill on complaint ot Patrolman Fred
StlcVon. All-rt Chsrest Was "booked" on
a similar charge. Fred K. C. Miller today
identified Cliarest as one of 'two men who
robbed him 011 tho platform of a west
side olevafor" road station "October 2 of
Apparently on the vergo of collapse,
Hubert Snucler, alias Cattllth, leader of
.the thrcu alleged uutomoblle bandits, who
aro said to lin,vu confessed to three hold
ups and twenty burglaries,, wuh closely
guarded today at the detective bureau.
A" throat' of suicide suld to hav'ejieen
1n1.de by Saucier yesterday led ' Pollco
.Captain, Halplu to doublo the guard over
DEATH LIST FROM BIG
AQUEDUCT IS HEAVY
NEW YORK, Jun. 8. A death list as
long an Is recorded In some of the coun
try's worst mlno disasters has been re
corded In the building of tho new aquo.
duct from the Catskllls to Now York, ac
cording to figures rnibltshed here. Slnjo
tho first pick was struck on the aqueduct
203 men havo been killed and 2.K00 In
jured, most of tho accidents having re
sulted from explosions of dynamite.
Tile work Is said tb be second only to
thut of the Panama eannl, where 1,07
deaths from violence have occurred n
the eight years the canal has been build
ing, At present there arc about 11,000 men
employed on the aqueduct.
UOPY TWO CENTS.
ALDRICH NOT ASKED
TO JOIN MOREKEAD'S
Inaugural Party Will Show Some
Very Original Features Under
DEMOCRATIC NOTABLES TO FORE
War Horses of Party Step Ahead of
PHIL HALL FIXES THE ORDER
Incoming: Adjutant General Places
Social Status on Attendants.
LEGISLATURE HAS QUIET DAY
I'nnvnunr Voir Cast nt Lnst lllec
Hon, Ueclnrcn ltenott and Taken
tip Some Minor Ko'ntlnc
(Ftom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nnb., Jan. 8.-Spcclal.)-Tha
roceptton to be given Thursday night to
the Incoming and outgoing governors Is
going to lie a domocratlo affair through
out, with Governor Aldrlch In all prob
ability missing, and with the other In
coming and outgoing officers, If present,
toward the tall end of tho receiving lino
they will not be noticed,
Governor Aldrlch hns received no invi
tation to bo present at the reception, anil
If It comes now It will not glvo the gov
ernor sufficient time to get ready to gj.
Heretofore the Incoming governor has al
ways Invited the outgoing governor and
his wlfo to attend the reception and bo
In tho receiving line, but Governor Ald
rlch has received no Invitation from Governor-elect
DrniiKTiit Co 111 r Flrnt.
Ill the list of naihes of persona who
are to form the receiving line given .out
by Phil Jlall, who becomes adjutant gen
eral tomorrow, the nhmo of Mrs. Aldrlch
does not appear. The governor, naturally,
ould not appear In the line without th
present mistress of tho executive man
sion. Tho names of the wives of the
other stnto ufficers appenr as member
of the receiving lino, and the Mlpremo
court members and railway commission
ers nnd other state officers aro wAy
down tho line, while up In tho high places
are democrats who haVo done service for
tho party. These domocratlo party work
urs and their wives oven appear In Wo
list given out' ahead of the republican
Mat of the Mne.
Tho receiving Hhe, ax announced la'
Governor.'. Morohtnd,' CloVcrr Aldrlch.
Mr. ami Mr'a. C. y Bryan, Mr. and Mis,
Rv L. Metcalfe,. Mr. and Mrs. Jy. B. Tobln,
Mr, and Mra. Ifo T. .Dob'blrigi Mr. Und
Mis. P. U llall. Mr, aid Mrs. r. C.
Krlloj'. Mr., and Mra. 'W. T. Fenton, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. -Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. K
Woodward, Mr. and Mra. 8. R. McKelvic.
Mr. ahd Mra. W. B. Howard. A.
George, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Martin, John
Kuhl. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Wait, Mr.
and Mrs. Jamas Dclzoll, Mr. and Mr.'
Fred Jjeckmah, E. B. Cowles, Mr. and
Mrs. Manoah B. Reese, Mr. and Mrs. 3,
B. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lcttoti,
Mr. and Mra. F. G. Hamcr, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. S. 11, Sedg
wick. Mr. and Mra. Hi J. Wlnnctt, Mr.
and Mrs. If. T, Clarke, Jr., II. G. Taylor
and Thomas b. Hall.
DAY'S WOIIIC OF I,KUISI,.YTUKI3
Vote t'nnvnaaril nnd Result of
(From a Staff CorrospoWdent.)
I.INCOI,N, Jun. 8.-(Bpecidl.)-Th leg
islature canvassed the vutrs cast at the
lust election tn Joint session held this
afternoon and declared the results and
voto as previously published. The nb
struct of the voto as prepared by the sec
rctary of state was read and approved,
tho only' -diversion occurring when the
vote cost fpr Judge No iris was credited
to ex-Governor Sliallenbcrge'r.
During tho morning session of both
brunches the last of tho little prellmlt
narles wero tnken care of, and the mem
bers will be able to get down to real work
after tho Inauguration, of tho new stato
officers tomorrow. These ceremonies will
occur at 3 o'clock.
Writing for Governor Morchead, Cap
lain Phil, Hall requested that six seats be
reserved for his family, and tho house
very generously granted the request. Mrs,
Howard nnd two' daughters will bo down
from Omaha tomorrow 0 witness tho In
auguration of Auditor-elect Howard.
(ContI nued on PugQ Two.)
SPEAK TO THE
You who have po
sitions to fill, motor
enrs nnd otlirjr private
property to dispose of,
rooms, apartments or
houses for rent, store or
other business chances
to offer-tell The Beo
ad-reading public about
it, NOW, while they are
disposed to make new
arrangements for tllt,.
There's a strong tidu
of general buying that
anay sot strongly ' f io
your profit-r-afr you ai'fem
it without delay. Send
us in tMvant ad to start
in tomorrow's Beej