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Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 09, 1905, Image 4

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rnsol1 City. Neb. ,
February 27 , 1905.
To whOl11 it maj' conccrn :
I h < l rc by a I1nO\1ncc \ my cand i-
dacy for the office of County sup-
crlntendent of Custcr county ,
subject to will of thc republican
convt.:1tion. A. L. PntHclt.
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Time for city clection is drawing -
ing nenr. Who arc your candidates -
dates ?
In the death of Ex-Senator
Wolcott , Colorado lost one of her
able men.
The excuse used against the
Primary law enactmcnt is that it
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would givc the news pap'crs too
gn at a powcr in the nominations.
what next.
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Senator Cock rei is a candidatc
for re-clcction to thc still U nitcd
Statcs Scnate notwithstanding he
bas bccn made a mcmbcr of thc
Presidcnts cabinet.
The Hussians have been slowcr
on thc rctrcat in their engagements -
ments with the Japs of late which
accounts for the grcater number
of thcir dcad and woundcd.
The rcport of Secretary Garfield -
field 'on the beef trust will hardly
prove satisfactory to beef produ-
cers.1'he public will have to be
convince that there is no remcdy
for the low price of beef on the
hoof and the fligh price on the
blo k.
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Unless Secretary Garficld is
able to makc a bcttcr hewing in
his invcstigation of the Standard
Oil business than he did on the
beef trust , Prcsident Rooscvclt
wiB bc likely to havc somc one
else do the investigating' in the
fu t ure.
The inaugurat ion of Presidcnt
Roosevclt last aturday stands
ahead of the list ot similar cvents
in georgeous array and complcte-
ness of arrangements , which is in
keeping with the superior majority -
ity hc rccch'cd ovcr all his prcde-
cessors , at the hands of the peo-
pIc.
BCllul-r , Putter/OIII / ! On ' ) ' stuh'llOoll
mil.
\Vhen the Statehood Bill was
under discussion in the United
Statcs Senate , Senator Patterson -
son , of Colorado offered an amendment -
ment , thc effect of which , if
adopted , would have been to pcr-
mit women of fun age in the
propo ed two ncw Statcs to vote
for m mbers of the 'Constitutional ,
- coU\'entions and tl1cn the ratification -
cation or rejectioll of the Consti-
tution. in defending his amendment -
ment Senator Pattcrson said :
" , Who will say Mr. President ,
that such a privi1e e should not
be given to the women of thesc ,
now four Territorics. It is the
crucial time for the future of
these four 'ferntorics in connection -
nectionvi th the proposed State-
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Jeweler and Optician
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Give nature three helps , : md
neal'ly every case of clJn-
sumptlon will recover. Fr-sh
nil' , most Important of nil ,
Cherry
Pectoral
Nourishing food comes II xt.
Thcn , n medlclnc to con 1'01
the cough find hen I the JUI gs.
Ask any good doctor. .
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Consumptio n
Henlth demands dnlly nctlon If the
bowels. Aid nature with Ayor'L Pilla.
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hood. The constitutional con.
ventlons wi1l have cvcry bing
with which women arc most
deeply concerned to consider , the
qucstion of divorces , the question
of the right of parents to chil-
drcn the qucstion of the olvncr-
ship of property bj' wives to the
procceds of their own labor , and
the qucstion of schools. Who is
more decply intercsted in these
diffcrent qucstions than arc the
womcn of thcsc now fonr 'l'erri-
torics ? Whatevcr may be Haid
of the bravery. , the courage. the
self-sacrificing devotion , and the
patriotism of thosc who lcft bc-
hind thcm the civilization of the
comforts of thcir castern homcs ,
as applicablc to the mcn. may be
cmphasizcd fivcfold as applicable
jo thc womcn. Mr. President ,
this is in the linc of thc progress ,
of civilimtion. : "
'l'hc amcndmcnt was rcjcctcd ,
but History will not havc to record -
cord of ' 1'homas M. Patterson
that he was one of those who
made himsclf "the laughing
stock of posteritJ" by standing
in the way of evolution.
ELIZAIJU'rII J. HAusuR.
1.I1lcolll LIIUCI' .
S clal CorrCHllondclIl-
At thc close of tIllS week thc
legislaturc will havc becn in session -
sion forty-scvcn days , thirtccn
days yet remaining f the actual
sixty days scssion. It is not lilc-
ly that thc hgislaturc will bc in
sessiod longer than thc sixty days ,
and t1 c last of March will probably -
ably see the closc of the twenty-
ninth scssion of the Ncbraska
lenislature.
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Another maxium freight bill
has been introduced in thc housc.
by rcprcsentative Bcdford , of
Holt county , one of tlie fusion
mcmbers. The bill was dra vu
up by M. F. Harrington , of 0'-
Ncill , and makes a cut of 15 and
20 per cent on car lots of staple
commoditics. This now makes
three freight ratc bills introduced
in thc housc , which will doubtless -
less result in none of them being
cnac.ted in to laws.
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S. F. No. 122 , by Epperson , of
Clay County , bas been rcported
for third reading and will with.
out doubt pass the Senatc , 'l'h (
bi11l'rO\'ides for a c.hange in the
mtthod of canvassing' the votc
on constitutional amendment !
submitted to the voters , the pur'
pose bcing to a\'oid the countin
against such a proposition of al
voters who do not vote upon tIll
proposition. The opponents 0
tbe bill clainl it isnncol1stitution
aI , hut the : fricnds of the bil
say it is in harmony with the de
cislon of the supreme court in till
case whercin I obcrt Ryan Cues
tioncd the right of legislator ; ; t ,
draw :115.00 : per diem and il1\'ol\ '
ing the sixt ) days limit of t1l
legislatlvc scssion.
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'l'hc House bj' a un lnimoll
vote passcd the Mocltet juvcnil
court bill providing fot' thc cstal
lishment of juvcnile courts. 'l'hi
bill passed the scnate earl.r11 . t11
scssion. It is similar to thc hi
votcd b ' the two '
) overnor ) 'cal
ago on the ground of its uncol
stitutionality. The purpose (
tbe law is to provide for th" , tal
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I ing care of childr n living in
I vicious or criminal surroundings ,
: and whcn any child is cbarged
wHh any crime to be brought bc-
fore a separate court. If the
governor signs the bill it will go
into effcct immcdiately.
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Onc of the primary bills in thc
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House Imown as the McMullcn
direct primary hill was Idllcd in
the hOIl5 ( ' by n vote or 48 to 22
The Dc'dgc primarj' hill has hecn
plnccd on gencral file. 'l'he
fricnds of the primary systcm
havc faint hopes of any primarv
bill being passed at this cssiol1
of thc legislature. 'l'hc main ar-
gumcnt madc against thc primary I
law is thc powcr it placcs in the
hands of the ncwspapcrs in the
nominating of candidates.
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The Senate has approved Scna- ,
tor Cady's constitutional amcnd- i
mcnt for an elcctivc railroad commission - '
mission of three mcmbcrs , cach !
' salary of S3OOO a year , the I
amendmcnt to be submitted to a
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vote of the people in the fall of
1906. Scvcral of the senators ob.
jccted to the salary bcin'g fixc at
$3,000 , andIn : amcndmcnt was I
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ffcrcd rcducing it to ' '
This was opposed by Senator
Cady. ScnatorVall , thc orator I ,
of the Scnatc , also opposed reducing -
ducing thc salary to $2.500. He
said thc railroads always won because -
cause they paid good salaries and
could dcmand the best of taleut.
' 1'hc cutting down of salaries tea
a merc pi ttance woulclnot secure
the hcst talent fOl the state. If
thc commission is to he composed
of compctcnt and talcnted U1CU , I
S3.000 was not too high. ' 1'hc I
amcndmcntl'cducing the salary
was lost.
St eel , Ul'lIwcrs ROtnOll tl'l1tC.
Washington , D. C. , March 5th ,
1905.
S\l \ clal to the' Republican.
1'he Ncbraska Stock-GrowcrsAs-
sociation has remonstratcd to the
Bureau of Animal Industry
against any order relating to thc
shipment of range cattle that
would change the practice in
vogue last year in 'Vcstern Nebraska -
braska , 'l'he secretary of that
association in a recnt lettcr to
Senator Millard states , that the
I livestock insped r having juris-j
diction over the rangcs of western -
I .
ern Ncbraska contemplatcs mak-
ing' a ruling to prohibit the shipping -
ping of cattle , for fceding unlcss
each animal shall be dipped , un-
clcr a strict constructi11U of thc
rcgulatlons of the Animal Bureau.
The Senator rcceived complaints -
plaints from other big cattle
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Better
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Ie pOlttnl oafll (01' 0111' now
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Ry arsonaGaor 8 Co. ,
Sellers of Good Shoes.
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growcrs of largc herds. He prc-
scntcd these protests to thc Scc-
retary of Agriculturc and also to
the Chicf of thc Bureau of Animal -
! mal Industry , urging that the
i contcmplated action bc not taken
if it would cause financiallo g to
thc cattle-men. Dr. Salmon ,
Chief of tbe Bureau , replied that
no inspcctor in thc field had
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authority to makc new rules ; that
the report complained of lackcd
foundation ; that it may have
ariscn from thc lettcr of 11'ebrn-
ary 10 , writtcn bj' the Bureau to .
the : : tate Board of Stock I nspec-
tion at Den \'cr.
Dr. Salmon said that thc letter I
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may havc been misconstrucd ; that
the department intcnds to be reasonable -
enable and to do what properly
an bc done to facihtate the ship-
meut of cattlc ; that the position' '
othe department is tbat it should I
eithcr prevent the sbipmcnt of in-
fectcd cattle for fceding and grazing -
ing or else make no regulations
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wbatevQr and l dve the IU Uero !
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be controlled by the Statcthat ;
such control was essential
to the cattle inclustr\ , ' ; that
mange last season spread
rapidl ) ' ; that f eclcl"S were losing
heavily bj buying cattle infccted
with mange hut which did not
gllOW sYl11toms at the time of
purchasc ; an that railroads were
prosecuted for bringing iufectcd
animals into states not infccted.
In , 'iew of these facts the e-
partmcnt had rcquired exposcd
cattlc to bc dippcd in a curative
liquid before shipmcnt. ' 1'hc department -
partment , however , 's 0.1 ways
rcady to review a speci fic case and
I if it appears that parties in any
i section have mad proper etTorts
for thc control of thc disease and
still are unable unclcr the inspection -
tion rulcs to ship their cattlc ,
the departmcnt would in a gi vcn
case be willing to make rcason-
able 1110chfication of cxisting reg-
ulations.
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Dr. Salmon wh1hes it under.
stood , howevcr , that it will not
be easy to get cattle to market in
the fall if tberc bc in any case
ground for thc hclief that the a i.
mals have been exposed to diseasc.
Senator Millard has given this
mattcr his earncst personal at-
I tcntion in an cffort to relieve the
situatiol1 , at the samc timc protect -
tect thc ! : Itates from the sptead of
cattle discase.
'l'he Prcsident's rcccnt message
I to Congress Lears directly upon
thc point of whether or not the
go\'crnment inspector shaH be per-
mittcd to placard or condemn
ange cattle whih may ! n bis
Judgmcnt have becn exposed to
disease. Bills arc pending to 'A.
authorize such condemnation , , .
Nebraslm cattle-mcn dcny tbe
power of the Government tbus to
condemn. Two cascs in tbe Supreme -
preme Court are bascd upon their
I contention. Should the law pa s ,
'it ' would be nccessary forthe gO\-
ernment to appoint a large number -
ber of inspcctors ; othcrwisc tbe
cattle industry would bc greatly I
cri ppled.
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