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THE NORTH PLATTE 8EMI-WEEKLY TRIDUNE.
FOR THE BUSY ill NEWS EPITOME THAT CAN 800N QE COMPASSED. MANY EVERTS ME MENTIONED Homo and Foreign Intelligence Con. dented Into Two and Four Line Paragraphs. WASHINGTON. Tho production of gold In tho Unit ed Stntos during 11)12 amounted to $93,451,500, a docrcaso of $3,438,500, OB compared with tho pruvlouB years, and tho lowest Amorlcan production Blnco 1907. Democratic members of tho tariff committee now engaged In adjusting tho schedules of tho tariff bill, de cided not to make public any fur ther agreements until tho conforenco work Is complotod. Republican Leader, Mann, droppod a bomb among democratic leaders when ho Introduced a resolution call ing on Speaker Clark to uppolnt a committee of sevon to Investigate the soliciting of campaign funds among members of the house-. Joseph W. Folk's candidacy for solicitor of tho State department has advanced to a point whoro congres sional friends of tho former Missouri governor declared his appointment had been settled by President Wilson and that his nomination would go to tho sonato. Folk was endorsed by Senator Stone of Missouri. Plans for an adjournment of tho liouso for a month or longor aftor tho currency and tariff bills are dis posed of wero under consideration by house and sonato loaders. It is the nenato that will be ongaged on tho currency bill for many wooks, whllo tho houso would havo nothing of im portance before it. Senator Wosloy L. Jones of Wash ington, In tho sonato demanded action at once on tho proposed constitution al amendment to glvo women the right to voto. Tho amondment was reported favorably to tho sonato In June. Sonator Jonos urgod that as the sonato 1b not considering any leg islation at present there was no rea son why tho amondment should not bo taken up. Hope of tho conforoos of tho houso mid sonato to roach a comploto agroo tnont In tho noxt fow woeks on tho tariff bill went glimmering whon tho conforonco adjournod with about eighteen questions still In disagree ment. Half a dozen of theso subjects havo produced detormlnod deadlocks with all Hideo appealing to Proaldent Wilson for assistance. Representa tive Undorwood 'expressed tho hope that all the taxing features might bo agreod upon. Sonator Simmons, woo not so hopotul, stating that it would take somotlmo boforo tho bill waa completed. DOMESTIC. Charged by a fedoraV grand Jury with violation ot tho Mann white lavo act, Jeff Huner was arrosted at Woodbine, la., and taken to Council Bluffs for trial. V . Tho consignment of 100 tons of Ar gentine beof, which arrived In Now York Monday, the first big shipment over brought to tho Unltod States, all lias boon dlBposod of. Part of It wus told to dealers in this city and found Its way into tho rota.ll trade. Judgo Modlor in tho district court of Estancla, N. M., accepted Jus tlano Moya'o pica ot guilty of murder in tho second dogreo and sentenced lilm to tho Btato penitentiary for not less thou 1C0 yoara nor raoro than 160 yoara. Moya killed a woman with whom ho had been Ultimate, crushing Ills victim's hoad with an axe. J. D. McRao of Omaha, Nob., has filed suit in tho Caddo district court against Charlos R, Webster, now of Shrovoport, La., but at ono tlmo u race horso man In Hot Springs, Ark., asking payment of $350 duo on a noto mado September 24, 1890, with Inter est from that date at 10 por cent Tho interest compounded would amount to double the face of tho noto, which McRao asserts under tho Nebraska law Is not outlawod. Tho noto was made in Nebraska. What Is boltoved to have been tho maximum was roachod at Silver Lake, Oal., on Sopt 17, whon tho mercury elzzled at tho 127 mark. Considerable crop damage was reported. Members of tho supremo council, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rlto ot tho Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, compromising fifteen states north of Mason and Dixon's lino, are In Phila delphia to celobrato the one lain dreth anniversary of tho founding of their organization. Secretary of Labor Wilson appoint ed his chief clerk, Ethelbcrt Stowart, us mediator In tho threatened coul mine striko In Colorado. Stowart Ciou gone to Denver to meet with op erators and miners. Tho United Stntes last year pro duced 33,333,000 barrels of salt Oakland, Cal., street railway men are now paid a maximum of 40 cents an hour after ten years of service Hans Schmidt, slayer of Anna Aumiillor, has asked for quick doath. The attempt of tho Ilebekah branch of tho Indopcndont Order of Odd Fel lows to establish a general assoirbly was voted down by tho sovorlogn grand lodge. Further consideration of tho proposod plan waa postponed Indefinitely. Mies Mario Peary, daughtor of tho discover of tho north nolo and called "Snowbird" by tho Eskimos becauso she wns born farther north than any othor white child, Is engaged to marry Dcfald MacMllIan, who accompanied nor father to tho pole." Wearing four sulta of underwear, seven palrB of stockings two of thorn women's silk hose and threo sulUi of clothes, John Ilulz was ar rested at San Bernardino, Cal. Wlion searched officers wont through fifty soven pockets. i . " Soventy-flvo persons will go on tho round-the-world tour to be mado next winter by tho Now York Nationals and tho Chicago Americans. Presi dent Comlskoy of tho Chicago club an nounced that thoro will bo fifty in his party when the steamer soils from Vancouver, November 19, and tho Gotham delegation will number twonty-llvo. Another now comet, tho socond to bo discovered this month, haa beon located deflnltoly In constellation Pisces west of tho star Omoga, ac cording to an announcement mado by Prof. E. E. Barnard of tho YorkeB ob servatory at Williams Bay, Wla. it was discovered Soptombor C, by Neu Jmln, an European astronomer. Tho first comot was found by tho Rov. Jool Metcalf, Soptomber 1. According to Jack Wilson In tho Donvor Post, It Ib almost a cortnlnty that tho Denvor Baso Ball club wll not be headed or owned noxt year by Jlmmlo McQlll, nnd that Jack Hend ricks, manager of tho Boars, will not bo with the club. It is also stated by Wilson that Jlmmlo McQlll hoa Just nbout closed negotiations to pur cliaso tho Indianapolis club of tho American association In considera tion or $100,000. Ofllcors of tho Amorlcan moat pack ors' association doclnrcd that tho or ganization at Its annual convention to bo hold next woek will go on roccrd against tho unnecessary slaughtor of heifer calvos ub a step In a campaign of oducatlon to provont a further shortngo in tho country's moat sup ply. Another movo contemplated 1b tho adoption of resolutions urging fnrmorB to ralBo hogs for tho market on a largo scale, aB the propont high prices of pork should make tho busi ness exceptionally profitable. Tho packers, It Is said, reallzo that some thing must be dono to Incroaso tho moat supply. Legislation may bo sought to provont tho ncodloss Blaughter of llvo stock, which Is cur tailing tho production of tho future rupply. FOREIGN. Tho United States cruiser, Dos Moines, ordered to Dominican waters by Washington to protect Amorlcan IntorostB, haa arrived at Puerto Plata, whoro two Dominican gunboats wore blockading tho port. A list of robol and bandit chiefs complied from reliable Bourcos, showB a total of forty-throo at tho hoad of bands, ranging from thirty to COO men oach. Data gathorcd from ranchownors, rofugoeB, lodornl ofll coro, railroad men and residents ot tho towns show an aggrogato of 15, GOO in on under arms against the gov ernment. England Is again threatened with a groat railway striko and Llvorpool, ns before, will bo tho storm center. The trouble began with tho refusal of tho Liverpool dockers to handle frolght from Dublin, whero tho transport workors nro on strike. Men to tho number of 3.C00 employed In tho frolght yards of tho various railways wont out and wero Jolnod lator by 4,000 at Birmingham. Tho Bulgarian poaco dologatos fin ally Biirronderod to Turkish proasuro and allowed tho town of Kirk Klllssoh to remain In Ottoman haudB. Tho Turks nlBo succeeded lu having tho futuro frontier of the province of Thraco moved coitsldontbly north ward. It was ngroed that tho Black soa limit to Turkish torrltory should bo betwoon Inlnda and Hagtos Sto fano (uorthoast of Adrlauoplo), In stead of ub originally proposod at Mldla. Tho draft ot tho now constitution which Sir Edwurd Carson, loader ot tho Ulster unionists, and his col leagues aro proparlng for tho UlBter provisional government provides for votes for women. Tho deaths ot tho late Francisco L. Mudoro, proaldent ot Mexico and Vice Prealdout Joso Maria Pino Suaroz, wore not brought about by a punish ablo crlmo, according to a decision pronounced by tho military court. Tho invostlgutlou lasted six months. POBEBTB BE TESTED CHIEF EXECUTIVE HAS YET MEET FINAL SKIRMISH. TO ONE VOTE CAN SPOIL PUNS Single Democratic Senator Able to Prevent Favorable Report on Currency Measure. Washington. Tho strongest test of President Wilson's control over tho legislative performances of con gress, Is about to occur. Ho has Boon the triumph In tho houso of his cur rency reform demands and tho prac tical completion of tho tariff revision bill so far ns administration Ideas aro concerned with It. Tho question now paramount In congressional circles ,bearB directly upon tho president's potential con trol of tho currency reform situation in tho senate.. Except for those im mediately connected with tho hand ling of the currency bill, tho genoral quory is: Will tho president bo ablo to Induco the senate to act on tho Glass-Owon bill without delay, and without material alteration of Its pro visions. There Is apparently no spirit of an tngonlsm In currency legislation among tho leaders of either party In tho somite; but tho wide differences of opinion as to tho beBt method of revising tho bankjng and currency system will bring tho tost of stroncth In which senate leaders expect IVesldwit Wilson's Influence will bo brought into tho situation. A Btrlklng feature of tho situation In tho sonato Is that tho voto of ono democratic mombors o tflie hanking nnl currency committee would bo suf ficient to provent tho committee from favorably reporting the currency bill. Thero are soven democrats and flvo republicans on tho committee. Tho president's friends In congress Insist thero will bo no sorlous hitch In tho currency program. President to Review Regiments. Washington ProBldont Wilson will bo given an opportunity during tho first wook of October to review tho larogst aggregation or mounted troops of tho roulgar army that has as sembled in Washington since tho grand review In tho lato 'GO'o of tho soasoned veterans lod by Genomic Grant, Sherman and Sheridan. This aggregation, composed of tho Tonth, Elovcnth and Flftoenth roglments of cavalry, has been encamped at Win chester, Va., slnco tho middle of July and will break camp October 1. It la planned to havo those regiments march to Washington, whoro tho prosldont may rovlow thorn. Huerta Has No Candidate, Moxlco City. "Not only would It bo an anomaly that the government should have a candidate, but It can be further said that tho government has no predilection for nor will It aid any candldato." In theso words, Pro visional Prosldont Iluorta ropllod to tho question whothor ho favored any candldato In tho coming presidential elections. Presldont Huerta explain ed tho attitude which the administra tion would maintain as "ono of abso lute Impartiality," and addod that It would only tako precautions to pro vont any disturbance of public peaco and order, and would suppress any effort In that direction. Blschoff Sees Meat Soaring. Chicago. Unless thoro Is an In crease In tno moat production In tho Unltod States In tho noxt ton yoara, porterhouso stoak will bo selling at moro than $1 n pound, according to Gustav Blschoff oO St. Louis, Mo., president of tho Amorlcan Meat Packers' association. If tho produc tion or cattle decreases in tho same ratio and tho population Increases as It has, wo will see tho Amorlcan workman oatlng rice and potatoes, but no meat, .ho said. Alienist Ib Puzzled. Now York. Apparently much agalust his will, Hnns Schmidt, who murdered Anna Anmuller, planned othor murdors nnd equipped a coun terfeiting plant, wiib oxnmlned by an allonlst, Dr. Ouslav Scholor, nourulog 1st at tho Washington Heights hos pital. At tho end of an hour's Inter view with the prisoner. Dr. Scholor said ho wah not prepared to call Schmidt an lusauo man. Wants Charter Forfeited. Madison, Wis Atty. Gc,n. W. C. Owon hnH asked tho supreme, court for permission to file Information to determine why tho rhartcr of the Great Northern bo not forrolted. Kenyon to Get Sentiment. Fort Dodge, la. United States Sonator W. S, Kenyon announced to day that ho will make a tour of the Btato for tho purpose of Interviewing biiBlnosB men, bankers and rarmois on the currency question. Ho pro. dlctH no early action. Gardner Is Commander. Chattanooga, Tonn. Former United States Congressman Washington Gardner or Albion, Mich., was elected commander-ln-ohlor of tho Grand Army of tho Republic. NEWS FROM STATE HOUSE Twelve hundred ' otols, restaurants and apartment houses out of an esti mated 4,800 In the state subject to the new hotel commission law havo paid their annual license fees to Hotel Com missioner Ackerman. State Superintendent Delzcll has re signed as chairman of tho hoard of examiners of the National Association of Accredited Music Schools, a con cern organized by local musicians and having as I's object tho accredit ing of teachers in musical colleges. Submission of the motion of attor neys for Auditor W. B. Howard and his formor lnsurnnce deputy, C. H. Clancy, to reopen tho peremptory pro ceedings by which the newly created state Insurance commission gained possession or the department July 24, will bo heard by tho state supreme court. There nre no Indian prisoners at the state penltentlnry now, as shown by the monthly report of Warden Kenton for August. The last one Incarcerated thero wns a Boyd county convict named Fourgeneratlons, whom the state prison board paroled In August. He was serving a term of ono to ten years for horse theft. Thomas county Is tho first on the list of thlrty-ono counties which have been owing the state for the care of Insane patients prior to 1891, to re spond to the letter of tho state auditor asking for remittance of tho nmounts iue. It sent In $35.03, that being tho total sum charged against It. Tho stato has $96,000 coming from other counties. Eight thousand stallions nnd JackB of Nebrnska which have not been ex amined this year because of the dolay of the registration board In choosing Inspectors and selecting nn office rorce will navo to submit to inspection witn In "the next row months. The task Is an enormous one, but officials say they can accomplish It by working all hands strenuously botween now and the end of the year, It costs $15,000 per day to run the government of the state of Nebraska, as figured by Treasurer George. Just at this time the funds are not coming In very fast and the state treasury Is consequently running behind. At tho close or business Saturday It was ap proximately $550,000 in arrears In the general fund, that being tho amount of warrants outstanding. The Indebt edness Increased about $50,000 laBt week. Miss Minnie Murphy of Humboldt haB been recommended by Warden Fenton or the state penitentiary ror the matronshlp or that institution. The board or control will fill the place within a short time. Promulgation of a rule by tho bonrd prohibiting em ployment of more than one relative of an Institution head caused the resigna tion of Mrs. Fenton, who has been act ing ns matron since the first of tho year. Complaint having been made that patients nt the state hospital for tubcrculars Ieavo tho grounds and go to town, nearly two miles distant, the stnto board of control Is considering nn amendment to the rules of the In stitution. The present rulo prohibits pntlents rrom leaving tho thirteen acre tract or land on which the hos pital buildings are located. This rule has been violated and complaints have been made that tho pntlents are al lowed on tho Btreets ot Kearney and elsewhero off tho Institution grounds. Flro Commissioner Ridgell will not recommend to Governor Morehend tho Immedlnto filling or tho vacancy creat ed through tho death or disappearance or Paul Thompson or Grand Island. Thero havo been several applications ror tho place, but all are likely jto bo held up several days. Commissioner Ridgell believes Thompson is still alive, but that ho will not turn up tor duty unless tho mysterious cause of his dlsappenrancoTs cleared up. When decision to nnmo a new man Is reached it is not Improbnblo that a change will bo made In tho requirements and a mnn or legal training will be placed In the department. Moro than 285,000 children In 7,400 BChoolhouses aro receiving instruction rrom 11.000 teachers In tho state or NobraBkn. "Tho Nebraska state ralr will pay out," declared Secretary Mellor or the stato agricultural board nUer officially revlowlng tho receipt nnd oxpenso nc count or tho big exhibition. "We have mado rew permanent improvements during tho year and although our actual oxpenso list was Just as large as ever, wo believe that wo will not loso a cent by reason or the decreased attendance Wo nro glad we drew tne crowds that we did. The big Bhowlng mado the final day through the efforts or our Omaha and South Omaha peo ple was what told the tale or loss or gain for this year. Beginning October 1, people of the stnto will enjoy tho benefits of re duced tologrnph tolls through opera Hon of tho Stebblns Hat rnto hill en actod by the last deglslature. Thin announcement Is made by tho state railway commission, following a con foronco held with Attorney F. A. Bro gan, representing tho Western Union Telegraph company. Under tho pro visions or tho Stebblns law, no ten word dny massages will cost more than 25 cents for transmission between any two points In tho state. SPECIAL DAW TRAIN OUTLINES PLAN3 FOR INSPEC TION OF HIGH SCHOOLS. GOSSIP FROM STATE CAPITAL Items of Interest Gathered from Re liable Sources and Presented In Condensed Form to Our Readers. The first Nebraska dairy Bpeclal milk cow train to be sent throughout tho state under the auspices of tho stato university and tho Nebraska Dairymen's association started Mon day for a trip covering approximately 2,000 miles, touching one-half of tho counties of tho state, and lasting two weeks. The special Is tho first at tempt of tho association to educate tho farmers In the remote portions of tho state as to the benefits to bo de rived from tho proper feeding and care or their live Btock, especially tho cows, and what constitutes a good type of stock. The equipment for the train Is being furnished by tho North western railroad and the exhibits nre prepared and furnished by tho dairy department of the state university, under tho direction of Prof. J. H. Frandson. The train will consist of six cars, ono car of which will be filled with some of the best speci mens of tho Holstcin, Jersey, Guern sey, Ayrshire and milking Shorthorns from the barns of the state farm. To Follow Provisions of Shumway Act. Plans for Inspection of high schools, which aro to benefit under the pro visions of the Shumway act of tho last legislature, were outlined at a confer ence held by State Superintendent Dolzell, High School Inspector A. A. Reed, Principal H. E. Bradford of the state agricultural school, P. B. Barker of tho agronomy department and Dean Burnett of the agricultural college. Ninoteon schools in all have been des ignated to receive aid from the $15,000 fund provided in the Shumway law. The amount oach receives will depend upon the extent to which tho work is undertaken in each institution. The schools which are to take up the four year agricultural courses are: Alliance, Alma, Aurora, Beatrice, Blair, Crote, Fairfield, Gothenburg, Hastings, Hoi drege, Kimball county high school, O'Neill, Pawnee City, Red Cloud, South Omaha, St. Paul, Stromsburg, Tecum soh, Wahoo and York. Stallion Registration Board. Members of the stallion registration board havo announced their first allot ment of places with that division of tho state government. A dozen inspec tors were named who will work on a per diem basis and who will be given territory adjacent to their places or residence. Those selected were: J. C. Bowman of Tecumseh, J. A. Boyd or Mason City, A. A. Eddlngfleld of Plain view, I. W. McEachran of Geneva, I. W. McGinnis of Grand Island, H. L. Prouso of Allen, W. I. Randall of Genoa, F. L. Reed of Cody, A. W. Sprag'ie of Crawford, J. D. Sprague or, David City, G. Sprenger or Hastings and J. S. Vlnndego or Ord. Those chosen ror the office positions were: H. A. Sleuth of Lincoln, Thomas Palmer ot Broken Bow, Ethel Meier and Jessie Austin of Lincoln and Mrs Harris of Fremont. Extra Sleepers for Employes. As the result of a request presented somo tlmo ago to tho railroad compa nies of Nebraska to discontinue the pructice or allowing employes on the dining cars to sleep In the same cars whore meals are served, tho Union Pacific and tho Burlington have both given assurance that they will here arter provide extra cars on trains where the employes havo to sleep en route. The state law prohibits anyone sleeping in a place where rood is manufactured, sold, cooked, prepared or served. Food Commissioner Har man did not issue an order when he took the matter up with tho railroads, but merely asked them to ceo that this law was obeyed. Governor Morehead will appoint a committee or five to act in accordance with a resolution passed by the last legislature, ordering the revision of the school laws of the state. Linseed oil, If adulterated and of fered for salo In tho stato ot Nebraska In the future, must bear the word "compound," or some similar phrase to make clear the tact that It Is nol puro linseed oil. State Engineer Price has announced tho completion or the state aid bridge across tho Platte river near Monroe Tho structure, when paid ror, will cost In the neighborhood or $40,000. It was erected by tho Omaha Structural Steel works. Tho bridge consists or six 13R root spans. Early rail rains over the stato have brought to the attention or State Vet erlnarlan Klrgln tho need or Issuing a bulletin warning rarmers about letting thlr horses reed on second growth grasB and weeds. This was said to have beon tho cause or tho horso dis ease which ravaged tho stato last year about this tlmo and which caused the death or several thousand animals. Thus rar tho health or hogs, cattle, horses and sheep havo been unirormly good over tho state, due, It Is thought, to the dry weather which haa pro vailed in many section BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA. Apple picking has begun at Shubert. A volunteer fire department has icen organized at Peru. The Nebraska M. E. conference was. leld at Lincoln last week. EffortB nro being mado to reopen '.ho. Paddock hotel at Beatrice. The Central States Orthopedic socl tty will moot in Lincoln noxt month. Work has begun on tho $17,000 Rraterworks extension at ColumbuB. Tho next meeting of tho stato feder itlon or labor will bo held at Lincoln. New stoel fire escapes are being: placed on the Paddock theater at Bca trice. Isaac N. Clarke and wlfo eelobrated their golden wedding at Sutton last, week. Tho Nebraska synod or tho German Lutheran church held a session at Lin :oln last week. Fire In tho poultry house or S. B. Sofenson at Hastings cremated over S.000 chickens. Tho historic parade in tho German Jay celebration at Lincoln will take plnco October 16. R. E. Klrkpatrlck was thrown from i horso near Morrill and died from injuries received. Fred Markel of Nebraska City is la a dangerous condition from an attack of ptomaine poisoning. Over 500 students were In attend ance at the first CnnvnpnHnn linnr iit- the Peru normal school. Tho Gorman Lutheran church has- assumed charge of the United Breth ren hospital at Beatrice. The Superior fire department will hold a fall festival and exposition at that place beginning October C. York will entertain tho state federa tion of women's clubs October 6. Nearly 300 delegates aro expected. Joints nt Chappel havo been receiv ing the attention of the anti-saloon league, and are considerably worked up.' Gertrudo Imhoff, a three-year-old: Columbus child, was killed when she rell rrom a "teeter board" at that place. Citizens of Falrbury aro circulating petitions ror a Bpeclal election tn mv cure the commission form of govern ment. Tho annual convention of the Wo men's Christian TemDorance Tlnlnn nt Nebraska Is In session at Fremont this week. The canning season at Fremont Iff said to have been ono of the best In years, over 40,000 cans of corn being tho output. For the first time In tho history of tho state baseball league, each of the eight clubs played the full schedule of 112 games. Owing to the good crop prospect there Is considerable building, painting of farm buildings and general improve ments in tho vicinity of Albion. AH professional horso raceB nave boen cancelled by the Gage county fair management nnd only Gage county horses will be permitted to enter. iuo Dony oi a. w. Mccurry, a farmer living near Beatrice, was found hanging from a limb of a treo in the timber some distance fro mhlB house. C. M. Bobbltt, southwest of Alma, has discovered on his farm an endless amount of moulders sand, so located that It will be an easy matter to han dle the product. John Gnrvoy, fho was struck by lightning at Albion and knocked out of his buggy and one horse killed, 1 not Improving very fast. He was un conscious for some time. The coroner's Jury JnvestigatlBg the case of Mrs. Caroline Varga, who died from wounds received in a charivari at Lincoln, attributed her death to gun shot wounds inflicted by a revolver In tho hands of Charles Weir. The Rev. U. G. Brown closed the seventh successrul year of his pastor ate at Centennry Methodist Episcopal church at Beatrice Sunday by farewell sermons to large audiences both morn ing and evening. Tho little town or Wauneta In Chase county suffered the loss of a portion or its business section from fire one night last week. The third big dredging machine has Just been put to work on the plan of dredging along tho Nemaha river In Johnson county. A state-wide campaign to teach every youth In Nebraska to swim hat been started by secretaries of the vari ous Y. M. C. A. Some one with a sweet tooth broke Into the bakery of Charles Hostlg at' Konesaw and carried off a quantity of candy, cakes and cookies. Tho Merrick county ralr, Just closed, was one or the most successrul In It history, agricultural exhibits being especially fine. Seven-year-old Leslie Cllngham, while attending tho funeral of hit grandmother at Hastings, was taken 111 and died at a sanitarium. Nels Whltmarsh was badly shocked by electricity when he came In con tact with a grounded wire as he was working on a furnaco in Lincoln. R. B. Wnhlqulst has received hi commission as postmaster at Hastings Ho succeeds Jacob Fisher, who has held the position for twelve years. On account of scarcity of water sev eral tons of fish In a lake near Oxford have perished. Arrangements arc being perfected for tho entertainment or good rouds dolegates from Illinois, Iowa, Colorado and Nebraska In Lincoln Soptcmber 23. A statue of Paul Rovero, purchased from tho proceeds or a play given last spring by tho students, has betjn placed in the high school at Beatrice John Hnrshberger or Humboldt was badly Injured when a bank or earth In which ho was at work, caved in on him. V u .