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Nebraska. Independent 1 t ,'t 1 ; j 1 ! ! i I! 4 WALSH UNDER ARREST FORMER CHICAGO BANK PRESI DENT ACCUSED. Government'! Bill of Complaint Al leges That He Juggled Returns to Comptroller and Converted Large 8uma to Hit Own Use. Chicago John it. Walsh, president of the defunct Chicago Natlonul bunk, which ekised Us doors December IS, l'JOii, was taken into cuslody on a federal warrant which charges him with violation of the national banking laws In making false returns to the comptroller of the currency, and also asserts that he converted to his own use without proper authority funds of the bank amounting to $,1,000,000. He was released after giving bonds of '150,000. Date of Alleged Wrongdoing,, The complaint alleges In specific terms mat on November 18, 1905, the Chicago National Tiank transmitted to the comptroller of the currency a statement of the financial condition of the bank at the close of business on November 9. In this statement "the said John It. Walsh unlawfully made certain false entries to the eflect that at the close nf InmlnAHa of iha uih day of November the amount of loans and discounts of the said banking as sociation on which the officers and directors thereof were then liable either as payer or endorser was 1245,- 000. whereas in trut htho nmmint nf such loans and discounts was $:,- 000,000; and another false entry to me enect mat the amount of loans and discounts of the said association on wnich the officers and directors Were not liable ilH liawra nf smlnrcnro was J10,G58,226, whereas in truth the amount of such loans and discounts on wnieti otllCers and directors were not liable, was much smaller, namely, ,buu,uou." "Intent to Defraud" Another section of the complaint autoes mat Walsh had in his posses sion funds and moneys nf th hunk nmoii(i;ing to $.'1,000,000 "with Intent to injure and derraud the bank. The $3,000,000 mentioned in this section of the complaint Is, however, Identical with the amount specified as being loaned to officers of the bank. It is further alleged that John R. Walsh and John M. Smyth and Wil liam Best directors of the bank, "and other persons too numerous to men tion," unlawfully niisanniiioa ttita money by converting It to the per sonal and private use of John K. Walsh without any uroiier mithoHiu whatever. The arrest of Mr W..iuh direct reSUll. of (hp.fjiHf ovnml of the books of the Chicago National uhuk maue uy special Bank Examiner Arthur I.. Curry, sent to Chieatro from Washington. Thn ri - - " UU4DII4 iU uio treasury department in Washing ton was sent to DImIi-Ipi Anr,,,,, ,... , . ........ ... j.i.vui in j inui rison In this city, with instructions to lake proper steps in the matter. STOP SMOKING im .h .... . . . . .7 f lit'taS0"!''' """I1 Pol" " M (akull and tin., i. T,.r.. L - rutmmi. Ktco- tl!;:'i-cJ.,,'!n,s7,,',t,','l,' th -;.". ",. "" urarina. it cunts the craylng. tb appetite, fr tobaito, brfntrii ba- i""b''"'n'',r lth.th,tr.,whr youth and the "my nd )urKethilthe blrlbrlKhl of awry Aiueru-an. In bundrHlof ca . sample nan cured. . HERE'S ONE Arter using tobacco forty-rlve years your .,.,?m,,U, tt" tohttc.o-sVclHo rL"' enW- 1 " "ry thankful to jou for the remedy." m. r sM1THi " ,uu KockiuKhttm, Vfc i . ANOTHER. .k ?.!?f!!!l . f, "l"" una tobacco nine I had cheared and Muuknt for 60 y,ra, and ner to unui I BMd your ivmwly." t, K. Wellington, Boyco, Trias. TREE TREATMENT COVPON i trill and ..tt. by wurn nan. ,. 5Va. Th.ffwirlalM,.Mfc.urwl hMBdruTiwi Mr. Walsh Denies Charges After being released on bail, Mr. Walsh made the following statement : "The charge in effect is that as president of the bank 1 Kii?nt..i port to the comptroller, which report, it is now auegeu, is raise. The re port in question would ordinarily have been signed by the cashier, but jy reason or nis temporary absence it waa signed by me as a matter nf course. The report referred to, how ever, was undoubtedly correct in every vai ucuiar. i nese racts will be clearly established by the evidence if the case reaches a stage when evidence is produced. I believe, however, that a more thorough investigation of the facts by the Department of Justice and a comparison of the report with the bank books will convince the govern ment that its action la 11111! fr, and cannot be sustained. "Any inference that might be drawn from the comnlainf thut ihaf !,.. , i i nan been any misappropriation . of funds iu nujr way is ausoiuteiy raise." The Ureliminurv honHno- f lfn Walsh before United States Commis sioner Doots was set for March 10. . (A 5Hno "rvr These elegant, stylish and up-to-date Shoes are mai r nt il,. i .,' w They are built over "foot form" lasts that insure a perfect fit and are guaranteed In wrr hail.. .1. w . . wviiu man , most ahma anlH I? . . prices fcvery piece of material used is honot I he workmanship is perfect; style correct. They are built on honor. Let tout ncil pair of ihoei be "H.norliilL" v... shoe dealer will lunuiw u k. ... . vuaisDice oi quality F. MAYFD IWU1T t cum rn Au2 MILWAUKEE, WIS Htrjcf and ronfrnl tha trlr. , m kj , , " ft' illOJ nciD of Nebraska. The answer admits the y a uram company is a corporation doing business In Nebraska and that ii UWI1H a DOUr IWMltv.fluo ola,an.. the answer rtonioo uoh .,,. i egatlon charged in the petition filed " me auorney general. Pope Orders Peace'in Church The Done has ovnvcc,i m mination to restore strict discipline not only in the lower orders of the clergy, but in the episcopacy of the United States. Bishop Beaven of Springfield, Mass., who is in Rome has been earnestly recommended to um uisseusions witn the clergy of his diocese. Similar PAffHT1 m Onrlotlniin will be addressed to others, chiefly -i' "uatuui, oi uncoin, Neb., uU Disuop muii oi uenver, Colo. McCurdys Sail for Europe Richard A. MrPm-it ,1 m 1L --iu,, luimcr presi dent or the Mutual I.lfo inai com nan v. and spvmi i,,KnH family sailed on the steamer Amerika um,.. me Mccurdy party boarded the Bteamm. i.t ii. ..: P er in Hobokcn. They received no tiBiwiB oerore me vessel sailed The Party included, in n,),mi ... Curdy. Mrs. McCurdy, Louis O. The- wauu uuu xnrs. xnebaud, Mr Mc Curdys daughter. Mr Th,k,,.i . member of the firm of Raymond & to formerly general agents for the ...in uiu insurance company. Grain Company Answers The Duff firaln f.n..... . . A Duff nrwldent. m..;".' 4:'.nol eral answer l h : "J "uu ,1, , Hi"u court to cnt this comuanv wiit. ' . ramiHHito.. from ton. WnlV,; . r Czar Wants Arctic Regions J he Russian czar is bound that ucie aam shall not extend his do iimin into tne nnknnwn Ail ,ntnn . " "iwii iiuun ronowing the announcement that apiain Mikkiesen, a Danish explorer planned to seek an island supposed tp exist to the north and west of the ocauiori Bea and if found plant the United States fla? uu hn uiaue nasie to onnono tha anhamr u . ...... .r- " y o ociii. me io lOWinS' nrrlpr in tha o-.,. in nil; Jbv T " ernor-general of Kast Siberia: "Pre vent by all mennu at ,u i - ' vui ulopuBill Captain Mikkiesen from hoisting the .c.ivou nag on any continent or island which he may discover in the Arctic ocean north of East Siberia and Wrangel Land and the Perry isl ands.". The Russian theory Is that all land that can be discovered north of Siberia is Russian. Sale of Elevators Fremont. Neh Tha rrnr t J T sin ber & Elevator company has bought tc uutw oi me Torpin Grain com- and Verdigre. Messrs. Harry Torpin of Oakdale, manager of the Torpin mpaiiy, ana ai Linderholm of Blair, auditor for the Crowell company, were In the city on business connected with the changes. Mr. Phinney, who had charge of the Torpin business at Nickerson will stay with his- former employers and will be given anotheg, position, in making the deal the Tor pin comuanv had tha ni.w. in ,.i.,. " " u "JVVL 1U VICW or keeping its Interests centralized, those at the towns named having been remote from the main group of ciritllulH, wvwwwvAAAAAAAAJUm. Close to Nature The method of treatment and life at GREEN GABLES, the Dr. BenJ. F. Bailey Sanatorium, Lin coln, Nebraska, are those of good old Mother Nature. In their work the management do not attempt to controvert nature, but enter into partnership with her. They do not ride hobbles or feel satisfied to dismiss their guests as "well" when only able to live the If "e of an ascetic or extremist. They prepare them to be strong of body cheery of heart and active in all things. Write for particulars. DOOCX A POSITION FOR YOU If you are honest and industrious there Is an Employer looking feir you. Write today and full in formation will be sent you at once. Brain Clearing House 218-219 Funke Bldg Lincoln, Neb. Stock Show , Company A neW ft T n It .m..nn i- L.l j V .uwianj is iieiiiK w.mru lo perpetuate the annual live ihe last three years In Wlsner and w. cMieuBcs win be met by popular -uum-iiinuui. rne capital stock is placed at $5,000, to be expended in rental of grounds and the erection of suitable sheds and buildings Send 11.00 for .... ...u-. . o Ths Independent and receive Mr. Tn FrM Pa, Bribery System." fra offer apptlas to full paid advanct sub scriptions only. VARICOCELE iln its depresMnif rirecia ua iw iin " m cured In 5 to 10 days ,tu! dlHIuiUnt wilvent remi-dy km'.an '''" tins or pain. Horn Traatmnni ry On. Searles & Searles ltd 0 l.ineiun. A NOTRE DAME LM I will serxlfrr-e, with full iniir.'iion. ' ot thia almtl ireparaiiin for tru- '" eorhrtwa, Hloeration. In-i'lif'- . of the Womti. Sounlv or V.vM I er."J Turnom or (irowttw. Hot I ''-" .,' Cry. frreiiinit ferlinf ut. lb (cue. I Mrs, lull -Ul rmittin . tlro.. T. mother ot ' . tUrilaiD a aucwaful Hi me ' ',,, f THdmil toMintinue wiiM'iii1 ,f e-roti, a meek tuuaranti-e " "; " . oi a Rrm io y iiara'ii.-r - - ffM-M .if il IliUt u. I U1 Mrriid wt mm and mreila of It. Mtnmm "sr IW NoltaUaoin. Im.