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ABIUCNB WEEKLY UEFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, MARCH 91, 1010.
.J. .j Was Associate Justice United States . Supreme Court . HEART DISEASE SUPPOSED CAUSE He Dropped Dead In Bath Room HI Homo W Appointed From Kaneil In 1889. ' Washington, Mir. 29. David Joslah Brewer, associated Justice of tbe su- rreme court ot the United Statea dropped dead In the bath room of bla borne, No. 1923 Sixteenth atreet, a few niniitoa titer 11 o'clock last night. Heart dlseaie la believed to have been the cauae of death. Juatlce Brewer wu appearently the beat of health. He waa 73 yeara old and had been a member of the. su preme court alnce December, 1889. He waa born In Smyrna, Aala Minor i 1 JUDGE D.' J. BREWEPi. where bis parents were residing aa mlsslonarlea He wu a graduate of Tali college. - He wu appointed to the tmpreme bench from Kaneas. It la within the range ot pottlblll tlea that, the death ot Juatlce Brewer will have far-reaching effect! on Im portant caaea now pending before the supreme court Juatlce Brewer waa one of the progressive membera ot the court and Inclined to a liberal con struction of law. He sat In both the tobacco and Standard Oil caaea, both of which are on the eve ot being de elded. . It baa been the general ex pectation that the vote ot the court In both, the : tobacco and Standard Oil eases would, be close. WJth Juatlce Brewer now dead there la a lively pos sibility that conditions may be re versed one way or the other over the decisions as they would have been rendered had Justice Brewer lived. Solicitor General Lloyd Bowers Is generally regarded aa in line u sue tetter to Justice Brewer. Close application to the work of the supreme court In the Standard Oil and the tobacco cuea undoubtedly hasten ed th death of the usoclate Justice. Be bad been devoting himself ever Jne the recent arguments to the sandy ot the oil trust caaea and he bed volume of the record of the case In his hand weea death overtook him. He .had gone Into the bath room to prepare his bath after having devoted the night tit study. A few minutes later Mrs. Brewer, second wife of the juatlce, beard him feebly calling for aid. . When the reached him he had become unconacloua. He died before the physician, Dr. H. A. Taylor, who wu summoned, arrived. ANOTHER EXPRESS HEAD GONE Cel. Levi C. Weir President of Adams Company le Dead The Fourth .. ( K In tlx Months. New Tork, Mar. 29. Col. Levi C. Weir, prealdent of the Adama Ex press company died at bla apartments la the Plata hotel. His death forges another link In the chain of remark able deaths of presidents of big ex press companies within, tht peat all oatbav : .1 ' Tht others who died were M. J, O'Qrlen, prealdent of tie Southern Six-, preas company; Thomas C. Piatt president of the United Statea Ex press company and Col. Dudley Evans president of Wells Farge company. The but three deatha have occurred wKhia two weeks. AU tt thee men were pioneers In their chosen fields aad all began their Urea u poor boys ail worked their way upward. , . Haskell Approves Bills. Guthrie, Ok., Mar! 29 Gov. Haakell has approved the Bryan election bill, the bill repealing the Taylor election law,, the Norrta bill creating the of Sees la the atate school land depart ment, aad signed the resolution for the Initiation of the "grandfather" aafrage movement to the state con stitution. Mount Etna Mere Active. Catania, Mar. IS. Mount Etna wu somewhat mbore active. The slowing p of the eruption of the lava, aad the aew streams are , therefor moving lower tbaa (boa which Irst lowed from tbe orators. While the lelds and vineyards have beea greatly damaged, am; of tbe Tillages p .now threatened. Aulas Burn In Oar. HalnBeld, N. J, Man tt-Twtaty two o-atomoM' were destroyed aad It were 4ittd wtea fire swept the ri-ue of B-tw broilers, ess ef Use ( rt la the '.. Um ftef.tM. MORE OOOD AMERICAN DOLLARS GOINQ ABROAD. wealth of the Copper King Attracted . r anion tlnrav of Hunaary The Wedding Waa Quiet, New York, Mar. 29. Mora American dollars were poured Into the depleted ooSers ot European nobility to-day when Miss Harriot Daly, the beautiful and accomplished daughter ot the lata copper king, Marcus Daly, arai mar ried to Count Anton Sigray, bead of the ancient Hungarian family ot that name, at ber home on Flfta avenue, The wedding was a comparatively quiet affair, despHe tbe attendance of New York's "most select" ana sev eral representatives of the Hungarian nobility.' On account of the difference in their religion (Mlas Daly being a Protestant, and ber fiance a Catholic) the customary church ceremony with Its attendant brilliance was supplant ed by a quiet but dignified ceremony at tbe Daly mansion, 725 mm ave nue. Mlas Daly dlspenaed with brides maid, but the count was attended by Marquis Pallavlclni. The marriage of thla beautiful bier- ess to the Hungarian nobleman Is the culmination of a romance which be gan two years ago at the wedding of Count Szechenyl and Miss Glady van derbilt. On this occasion Count Si gray, who la a distant cousin oi Count Bsechenyl, acted as his best n. During the reception at tbe Vanderbllt mansion, following the ceremony, he met Miss Daly and paid her marked attention. For two weeks ho remained in New York end devoted most of hi time to the beautiful heir ess during this period. The following summer he met her abroad and re newed his attentions, and last sum mer they again met at the wedding of Hiss Anita Stewart to Prince de Bra gana in Scotland. , AFTER THE JURY FIXERS NOW It Is Alleged the Greatest Jury Fixing Scheme In History of Pennsyl vania Haa Been Unearthed. Plttaburg, Pa., Mar. 29. What is claimed to have been the biggest Jury fixing scheme In the history of Penn sylvania was uneartbed bere by Dis trict Attorney W. A. Blakeley who Is poeecutlng the graft Investigations. Mr. Blakeley appeared In court and asked that Robert Wilson, the famous Bcrantoa detective whose findings have been so Important In lifting the ltd from Pittsburg's rottenness, be ap pointed on the Allegheny county de tective bureau to take apeclal charge of the graft prosecutions and that Wil son be permitted to bring as many ot his own men to the county pay roll u he likes. The district attorney made no secret of his belief that tbe present county detective force Is Inadequate to cope with the friends of grafters on $ outelde and Judge Cohen quickly granted tbe requeat that Wilson be given charge. After, the appointment District At torney Blakeley announced with em phasis that be wu now after tbe Jury fixers and that Wilson would be In structed to handle all those even sus pected with trying to tamper with Jurors without gloves. He said there wu great a pool to reach Jurymen who would try the cases of stubborn .eouncllmen, etc., but that the caaea would be tried on their merits If the county went bank rupt In so doing, Fought for Kosher Meat. St. Louis, Mar. 29. Five thousand women, and children or the 10,000 Jews. In the Ghetto, who eat. . only kosher meat, left without source of supply 'by the closing of 4! shops, stormed the four shops still open and fought one another to get Into the building and bay meat at whatever price might be naked. Blllard First In Tspeka. Topeka. Mar.- 29. J. B. Blllard proved the favorite candidate for mayor of Topeka In the primary elec tion, under th aew commission form f government. . He , received otora votes than Mayor Green aad W, H, Kemper, , the other .two candidates osnlne. ., DEMOCRATIC EDITORS AT SEDALIA They Came From Seventh Cengree- clonal District ana bensiaeree . Campaign. Fellcle.,,,,,: s. 8edalla.JMo.,'! Mar- 22. The Demo cratic editors ot the Seventh congres- stoaal district of Missouri met her with F. L. StuBlebam of Bolivar, Mo., Dreaktlng, to dlacuaa party matters aad outline a policy to be followed la the campaign,. Speeches wera aaade by Cornelius Roach, secretary of etate. aad Consremaa W. P. Borland at Kansas City. A meeting wu bold at tb court house aad addresses were made by E. W. Stephens ot Columbia, David R. Francla and Sterling P. Bond ef St Louie, J. D. Shewalter of Inde pendence and other candidate for United States senator. : galls a, Kan., Mar. 21 What la be lieved to be the largest cow U tb stale wu marketed at tb paeklag plant bar. Tb cow wu raised ea the tarsi of Henry Nelsoa la this eeua ty and weigh 1.160 pound. At tv aad a halt cent a pound tb animal broofM 1102.29. Tb eow is It feet eight lack high and U feet long tb meanrra It feet six laches around tbe gtrtk and her front lags are 21 tack kn( abort tb Is. PRESIOEIIT JAFT Mil III Has Enlisted Assistance of the Ohio Delegation. WANTS REPUBLICAN CAUCUS H Believe That an Agremnt aa to Th Administration Program Would B Good , . Thing, - ' Wuhlngton, Mar. 29. Prealdent Taft having grown somewhat weary In waiting for congress s a co-ordinate branch of the government to perform Its duty as he sees It without urging has taken the first atep toward prod ding the reluctant statesmen into no tion. He has not yet taken the Roose velt "blc stick" out ot the glass case where It Is kept but he has unlocked the door of the caw, so to speak. , Congress through leaders like Speaker Cannon and others that ar regarded u the Gods ot the machine, hu promised the president that bis legislative program shall be carried through, Thua far he has accepted th. word at a bond for the deed but now he has cbanged hli method and is demanding action. , ' - Aa a first atep toward getting what h wants from congress and especial ly th bouse, he want it to frama up a legislative slat In caucus. H nutt ed Mt there should b inch a caucus for weeks but, bla suggestion cauaed nvr a stir on cspltol hill, so now a hu gone about th thing in a differ ent way. He hu put the matter of getting such a caucua up ta the con gressional delegation of his own state. Ohio, and to all latent and purposes hu made that delegation responsible for calling of tb caucua. Th presidents desire In th matter of a caucus wu presented to , the house leaders by Herman H. Goebel, ot tbe Second Ohio district, chairman ot the state delegation. All of bis colleagues were also-helper In tbe caucus and It . Immediately became known that the prealdent had laid ob ligations upon them to bestir them selves In his behalf at the mid-night conference at tne White house, a con ference at which all the Ohloans were present except one. Representative Townsend of Michigan and Represent ative Hamilton Fish ot New York also In th president's confidence back ed up tbe Ohioana for tb request for a caucus, It Is th president's desire that the caucus shaft take up aad agree to support the Whole adminlt trstlon program, which Includes th following things: Th passage of th court of com merce bill. ' Tbe enactment of th postal saving bank law. Th passage of the New Mexico and Arttona statehood bill. . Appropriations tor two battleships. Th passage of th conservation' legislation. The enactment of the antl-lnjunc- tlon legislation. The. effort that the Ohloans ar making aided by Townaend and Fish la to get th caucua called tor next week.. The Ohtoan have bad on meeting on the question and are like ly to hold another within a day or two. VICTORY FOR UNION LABOR Principle In Famoua Buck Stove cast Applicable to Blacklisting r Union Employes. New York. Mar,. 29. A victory ot wide spread Importance to labor all over th United Statea waa won by Clareae J. Shearn, who secured from supreme court Juitlc Fltsgerald an opinion which la leyman'e language mean that If It la .unlawful for labor J unions 'to blacklist empioytr aa w th famous Buck iWve-cotnpany cat It I Just as unlawful for amploytrs to black list employes. Th dtclsloa was rendered by Judg Fltsgerald In making permanent th Injunction of th Enterprise Asaoclation of Steam Fitters ot which Mr. Sbearn Is counsl against tb Building Trades Emptor era' association. Decant th employ er' association bad triad to prevent th employment of tb union mem ber. . It la thought tb effect ot tb declaim will be ao great that tb em ployer' usoelation practically will b disrupted by it. RAILROAD OFFERS COMPROMISE New Yrk Central Trainman AkT for t (4 Per Cent Increase Offered t U 25. New Tork, Mar. It. Tb officials of th New York Central road refused th demand ef the eoaductora, train men and switchmen for aa lucre la wages ranting from t to M per eat but presented a eompromls lucre ranting from I to 15 per cant. Tblt proposition will- kav to b put on offletal vol oa 11 atvisnns r the road, covered 1,70 miles ot track. If (hey refut th proposition arbitra- tloa will probably rwuit through th Brdmaa ctaua of tb taUrstat cost- marc set wra t Kill Blllir. Clvlaad, 0.. Mar. II. William 9ahldlncht, a Rwtsa, 41 yeara !d. wk said waa being forced by Aaarrfelsta to attaaslnat the- -:- ury th laiertor, Mr. BalUagar, was arres'.fl aer. , . If you intend to invest in tele phone securities, Why not buy the best? Jhere's no need of TAKING LONG CHANCES on a deal that MAyRPAY divi dends. Read the following: 9U .i , I'l.-1! 'Ci'fln .11: Members : New York Stock Exchange . Chicago Stock Exchange ' . -.;"'. A FATHER AflD TWO CHILDREN KILLED Shot to Death With Buckshot In Motor Boah DEMENTED NEIGHBOR HELD Fly Hundred sheila Leaded With me Kind ef that Feun In HI -I,-,; , Heme, Methw .Pass .. . t i,.-, Nt Knv.M 1 Concordia, Kan., Mar. !. Ali Llndahl, 41 year eld, his son, I, and daughter, 10, were murdered wall craning tb Republican liver near Boaadia. The murder waa not dla oovared until U ' next afternoon, waea a motor boat party eaw tb Ltattahl motor tut oa a aaad, bar la the middle ef tbe river. , . Th bodies of boy and girl were fouad la tbe boat Both children had beea shot to death. Th boy's head bad also bee crushed with a elub or hammer. The alarm was given and the arch for th body of Liadahl be gaa. ... Aim est th entire population of Scandla turned out to aid In th parch. It was several hours before th body waa discovered. Tb father, too, had been shot to death. Th river waa dranred while tbe body lay 1a the shallow water a hundred yards from the boat John Kordamark. a farmer. 55 yeara old and a bachelor, I under arrest, charged with having committed th crime. He will be held for Investiga tion, reeling la running high agalut kirn aad there la talk of a lynching. He ha bee regarded by tbe entire community a lsraaae for a number ef year aad baa beea tried oae or twice for Insanity bat th otHcr biv alway bell red him I be harm lets and turned him loot. A starch ot the hermit bona of J.i a Nordaajark revealed tnor tisa ,t h!t K'J ifcV.t a'-ce-i .aar. ,1 Stock and 4 Per Cent Convertible Bonds American Telephone and -i : r Telegraph Company !. i .;o , n-y,.f,j' f.'i-, ' Thla Company Is both a holding and an operating company. ' It own the majority of stock in, and exercise virtual control of about 40 associated Bell Telephone Companies ta the United State and Cauda aa wU aa the 'Western Electric Company, tbe largest manufacturers of telephone in struments and equipment in the world. A an operating company Th . American Telephone and Telegraph Company owns and Erectly-operate the long distance and toll lines connecting all the systems of the asso ciated operating companies. ;' Good Collateral with Banks and 1 Trust This stock has paid 8 per cent dividend for the put three years. In bo single year, during the put 87, haa the dividend Uses lew than 754 per cent. Aside from this, the Company's policy is to Issue new stock to Its stockholder at par feature promising even greater future value tbaa in the put. Banks and Trust Companle in leading centers are thoroughly familiar with both the Stock and 4 per cent Convertible Bond. A ready collateral is thus provided. Being listed On the Stock Exchange ' of Chicago, New, York, Boston and Philadelphia, a convenient and broad, market la affocded buyers and sellers. We recommend chew securltle for Investment, and solicit pnrchutng orders. Equal attention given small and larger Ordert. . Write for complete descriptive circular. Correspondence invited. ell, Prevster B " w (!v. '!(; ('' r w. Dealers in Investment Securities r.l r '."iti'A ,He"0 ef of them ioafled with exactly tbe earn kind of buckabot that ended the Uvea ot the Llndahla. A search of tbe Llndahl borne revealed a rubber coat, Fish trap and other trinkets alleged to have been atolen from Kordamark. Although tbe official have been crying all day to get a confestlon from Nordaaiark, be refuse to say any thing to anyone. . , . It derolope this afternoon that Mr. Llndahl, mother of th children murdered, I feebl minded and has not yet been told of tbe tragedy. She refuses to worry about their bsnoa from, home, declaring that -they ar at their grandmother" 1 n EXPLODING GUN KILLS EIGHT , .: 1 s ' ' Report ef Accident en the ChsrttR , CnflrmaV-A ir lsek. ,., r m ( tlw. Out . , Manila, Mar. . Tb report that a fatal accident bad take place on th United aHaiea orulaer, Charleston, baa been confirmed. light ma wr kill ed and several other nightly injur. At practice at tea ot Bloagapo, th breech block of a thralncb gun blow out and In ita flight acroa th deck cut through a tl stanchion and mowed down the. men....8eva of tbe victim were almost Instantly killed while aa lbtb died aa tb Charles ton wa hurrying to Cavita. ' Manila, Mar. IS. Eight 'fnea We're killed or wounded by the explosion ef gun while tb United State pro tected cruiser Charleston waa at tar get practice. Such la th report re ceived ber but no details of the ac cident have been rclved. ' A Day fr Craw Killing. JBro City. Mar. It D. R. Aus tin of Nevada, Mo, has asked Gov. Hadley to Issue a proclamation setting aelde th first Wednesday In April as -crow day," apoa which day tb ma ad boy of th slat a re to arm tteao Mlve and kill all tb craw tby can. Walker, , Walker, Mo, Mar. It. A lira that brake ml it I e elock practically wtped the batlaese sertioa ef Wikr from tb ass and entailed a eroirty tea of abort I ' Company ,-. ' 7ciTiU '.II . U itjll la V. 137 Adams Street Chicago (First published in the Abilene Weekly lieflector. March 17, 1910.) COUSiTV CLERK'S NOTICE OF FBI- ' .''.- MARX ELECTION. , State ot Kansas, Dickinson County, ta . Office of Countv Clark. Abilene, Kansas, March 10, int. To Whom It may Concern: I, the undersigned County Clerk ot Dicklnsoa County, Kanaaa, having re ceived a notice in writing from the Sec retary of State of the State of Kanaaa, designating the offices (or which can didates are to be nominated at-the pri mary to be held on the first Tuesday In August in 110, do hereby certify, pursuant thereto, that each ot the sev eral political parties of this state and county at said primary may nominate one candidate te be Voted (or at the general election to be held in November of for each of the following of fices: , Two Justices ot the Supreme Court , Candidates for Governor. candidates (or Lieutenant-Governor. Candidates (or Secretary o( State. , Candidates (or State Auditor. Candidates (or State Treasurer.- -Candidates (or Attorney General, .iS . ,m. Superlntendeat ot Public Instruction. Candidates (or Superintendent of la lurance. Candidate for State Printer. Three Candidates (or Railroad Com- , Candidates for Congressman. ' Candidates (or Representative. Candidates (or County Clerk. Candidates (or County Treasurer. Candidates (or Register -at Deed. . Candidate (or County Attorney Candidates (or Probate Judge. Candldatee (or Sheriff. . Candidates (or Coroner. Candidates (or County Superintend ent ( Publlo Instruction. .Candidates (or County Surveyor. Candidate (or Clerk of tb District Court, Three candidate far High Sehal TniBte-n. Candidates tor County Commlesloner. Candldatee (or County Assessor. Candidates (or Justice of the Peae. Candidate tor Constable. Candidate (or Township Trustee. Candidates (or. Township Clerk. Caadidatea for Township Treasurer. Candldatee (or Preclact Comssltt snan. Olren under any hand and tht seat of said county, at my office la th City of Abilene. County a( Dlcklneoo. Stat af Knaa, this 11th day of March. 111a ? H. W. KING. V- ' County dark. ' Prwtldent Ct te New terfc, Washington, Mar. It rssldeat Tart left Washtagtea - today - abewt mm far Nrw Tork. Th Tl elan ot 71 ot which be I a member, give a tlteer taeirM St th University dob and t!a la Us reeso fot its Presb deal's Joans. H rttsra te WataV '-a r:y Tuesday ntoraltf,