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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902.
FOR CRIME AND P0VER1I Jut Charities and Csmotisai Aisosistisi ia Eewioa s.t Isatrio. ATTACKS THE EXISTING JAIL SYSTEM Lincoln Chief of Police Says the Prne tire af ConSnlna Innocent and Toagh Characters Together , is a Dlsgrraee. torlum was packed. Bo many requests were made to repeat the entertainment that the management hat arranged to bold the hbi entertainment tonight. BEATRICE, Neb.. Feb. (.(Special Tele gram.) Tb firth annual conference of the t ate Aaeoc'.atloo of Cbarltlea and Correc tion! u begun here tbl afternoon at the Centenary Metbodlet church. The meeting was called to order by President B. Ben jamin Andrews, chancellor of tbe State uni versity. Mayor Noreross made an address of welcome on behslf of the city. Re. W. H. Kearns. pastor of the Flirt Presbyterian church, mads a short speech on behalf of the churches of the city, and then spoke at some length upon the good being accom plished by the churches and charitable In stitutions throughout the country. In the absence of Governor Savage, who was to respond to Mayor Norcross, Chan cellor Andrews took advantage of tbe op portunlty to thank" the cnlsens and the church people tor the welcome they had received and, explained , briefly the good work being accomplished by the charitable institutions of the state. The chancellor was followed by Hon. George A. Murphy of Beatrice, who . addressed tbe conference upon "Administration of County Charities.' Tbs speaker dwelt principally upon the leg ' ttlatlon that might bo accomplished on be half of charity, and his speech showed he bsd made a study of his subject. His speech will be printed by the association for distribution. Denounce Condition of Jails. Chief of Police Hoagland of Lincoln had for his subject "Jails and .Lock-Ups," say ing the jails of the state were a disgrace and with the present system of Jails the Innocent and the tough characters were confined together, which tends to make criminals of many Innocent young men be cause of there being no preference shown between the worst erimlnsl and the tnno- csnt ones, .and said the, penitentiaries of the state were tar more preferable to the Jails. The session tonight consisted of music and an address by Chancellor Andrews upon "The Future of Charities and Correc tions." Tbe address lasted three-quarters of an hour and was listened to with rapt attention by the large audience present. Tbe speaker said the purposes of ths as soclation ware fourfold; "First, to disseminate Interest up and clown the state on the subject of charity and correction. "Second, to rationalize charity as far as possible to get people to give only when It will do good, and not harm; not to dupli cats charities nor te neglect needy cases and to see tbst all charity as far as pos slble Is administered In a friendly spirit calculated tp unite both giver and receiver, Instead of sepsratlng them. "Third, to rationalise correction that Is the Infliction .of severe penaltlea of one In terest and another, getting rid of the Idea of vengeance or retribution and convincing criminals and ourselves that we deal with them In love and not bate, seeking solely and alone the public good. "Fourth, L to. reform actual Institutions, laws, ordinances and administrations throughout the state in accordance with the above principles.". The session tomorrow will be held at the Institute for Feeble Minded and the after noon will fee devoted to an Inspection of the same. - GRAND ISLAND KNOWS MORSE F. J. Coatea Issues Warningr Agalani Mas Too Pre with His ' Checks. GRAND . ISLAND. Neb.. Feb. . (Spe clal.) F. J. Coates of the Koehler hotel la sending announcements to the officers of vartoua cities ststlng that one A. Morse, purporting to be from. Washington, D. C. and a geodetic surveyor, has been stopping at bis hotel and has departed after having secured checkbook, with "The Koehler' printed on the checks, and Is passln checks therefrom. One, la the amount of 125, arrived here today having been cashed by ths First National bank at Fremont. Morse Is described as being Ave feet seven in height,' weight about 130 pounds, rather dark complexion ed, face looking old be yond bts years, dark hair, stubby mous tache, writes a pretty, round, fine hsnd, shading bts letters. The checks here' were drawn on a bank with which Coates does not do' business, and he la not a loser, but bs is willing to make aome effort to pro-, tect others, bene tbe postal cards.. WORMS ATTACK. FALL WHEAT Destroy Many Plants, hat Are Cheeked by Cold state Entomologies Examines Theaa. FARNAM, Nsb., Feb. (.(Special.) A worm attacked the fall wheat which was growing and destroyed considerable quan tities of It Isst fall. The cold wave of December stopped It for a short time and then It recommenced and was only stopped by the present severe spell. Some of these worms were sent to the University of Ne braska to Prof. Bruner for Information. In reply to your favor of the t4th Inst. will ear that the worms which you sent provs to be a caterpillar somewhat closely reieira to me tail army worm. l inin, however, that the severe winter will do much toward destroying these pests: at any rate, ir you see various Kinds or euros in your field do not disturb them, as they will no doubt destroy large numbers of thess worms. They are so nesrly arown now that very shortly after warm weather they will be come fully so ana go into tne grouna oe- lore aomg mum damage to mi nmui grain. No cultivation method can be rilnnteri that will ba of much use in de stroying them unless soon after the ground thaws In the spring you should go over the neid witn a roller, in tnis manner you might crush many of them. Yours very truly. LAWRENCE BRUNER. Acting State Entomologist. KILLS HIS BABY BROTHER SaveaYenr-Old Son af Hermans Goes- is Plays with Father's Gaa. HUMBOLDT. Neb., Feb. . (Special.) A tragedy happened thla forenoon at the home of Hermann Gossman, a farmer living several miles northwest of the city. The farmer bsd prepared to drive out Into ths field to procure some fodder and loaded a shotgun to tsks along. Being cal'ed Into another room for something bs left tho losded gun In the kitchen, and during bis absence his T-yesr-old son picked It up and playfully pointed It at his 3-year-old brother. The trigger was pulled and the firearm exploded right In the face of the youngster, blowing the entire top of bis bead off and killing him Instantly. Funeral services will be held at tbe bouse at noon Friday, conducted by Rev. Mr, Meyer of the German Methodist church of this city. OMAHA NATIONAL BANK CASE 1 1 prams Comrt IsU it Dswg for 5w IrfsBSlt il HaTOD. ARGUMENTS IN BARTIEY BIND MATTER Caateatlea af Bishop fJoaaeam Af- rated la Controversy Over St. Andrew's Chareh Property at Tecaanseh. (From LINCOLN, Staff Correspondent.) Feb. . (Bpeclal.) The su- by the first.. That being true, the second order cannot be said to operate as a dis solution or modification of the first. It follows that the district court properly refused to Us the amount of a supersedeas end that the writ prayed should be de nied." Raw Trial far James Leo. The eourt reverses tbs decision of the trial court by which James Leo was con victed In Douglas eounty for robbery from the person by putting In fesr and Intimi dating ths person robbed. The opinion Is by Judge Holcomb, who, in ths syllabus, says: "While It is ths right of the trial judge to Interrogate witnesses when essentia to the administration of Justice, yet the prac tice of so dplng, except when absolutely preme court announced thla afternoon thai I necessary, should be discouraged. The st the request of Judge Sedgwick the ease I common law rule conferring arbitrary power of the 8tate against ths Omaha National upon judges has been so rar m earned by bank will be aet down for new argument tbe code as to greatly limit thla power, at the first sitting in March. This action and in cass of Its abuss a reviewing court la taken upon tbe court's own motion and for the reason that the personnel of the court haa changed since tbe case was taksn under consideration last year. Chief Justice Nerval having retired and Judge court in Interrogating different witnesses Sedgwick bsvlng become a new member. At the last sitting. In January, ths court wss asked by John L. Webster to order tbe esse for new argument, but bis prayer was In the nature of an Informal request and was not officially acted upon. The case Is the one which arose from the defalcation of former Treasurer Bart' ley and Is to recover $201,000 lost though Bsrtley's transactions with the bank. Case af Hartley Bondsmen. The case of the State against the bonds men of former Tressurer Bartley was ar gued and aubmltted to Commissioners Old' ham. Pound and Barnes this mornlns-. Norrls Brown appeared for tbe state, while breaks? the Interests of tbe bondsmen were pro tected by General Cowtn, Frank T. Ran som and Robert Ryan. Bt. Andrew's Church Controversy. In the esse of St. Andrew's church of Tecumseh against Mlcbael Shaughnessy, Michael Murphy and others, an action aris ing In Johnson county from a controversy the adjournment of court this afternoon: Farmers' laetltate at Tekasaah. TEKAMAH. Neb., Feb. . (Special.) The first day's session of the Farmers' In stitute opened here today with a large at tendance. The program opened with a paper on "Agricultural Education," by L. L. Young of Oakland, and waa followed by Andy Struthera of Craig with a paper on Corn Fodder," In which be gave bis ex perience with cutting, shocking, shredding and feeding corn fodder, and Its value as feed. The sfternoon wss occupied by Prof. E. V. Fonell's address on "Forage Crops." Prof. Burnett gave an address on "Raising and Feeding Cattle," which was followed by an address by Chancellor Andrews of the State university on "Free Land," which he claimed was all gone, calling for more thorough methods In farming. The chan cellor's lecture drew much favorable com ment. The farmera manifest much Interest, In the Institute work and many questions and discussions occur after each paper is presented. over the possession of church property. the supreme court bss affirmed the de clslon of the lower court, which was In favor of the contsntions of Bishop Bona- cum of Lincoln. Judge Sedgwick, In tbe pinion, holds that upon appeal In an ac tion In equity the supreme court must take the evidence as it is In the record and determine whether the decree appealed from can be supported upon tbe pleadings and evidence as taken In the lower court. Further, Judge Sedgwick says: "A minority of the members of a corporation organised under the act of 1883. entitled An act for the Incorporation of churches and parlahes and religious societies,' have no right to retain possession of the cor' porate property as against tbe corporation Itself for the purpose of compelling the corporation to recognise their rights aa members, Tbe court states tbe esse ss follows: 'This action was begun In the diatrlet court of Johnson county by the plaintiff. St. Andrew's church of Tecumseh, to en Join ths defendants from Intermeddling with the church property and from hinder leg the plaintiff church and the members comprising the plaintiff corporation! in the Condeaaaa Plattsmonth Coanell. PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Feb. . (Special.) The meeting of the .Woman's Christian Temperance union was bald at the borne of Mrs. P. B. Ruffner, and notwithstanding the frigid1 weatber the attendance was large. "What Is Our Greatest NsedT" wss ths title of a paper read by Mrs. C. E, Wescott, making a touching appeal for the salvation of the boys. This resolution wss adopted: Whereas. The Woman's Christian Tem perance union stsnds for the prohibition of evil and aaslnst selling the prlvillge of ruinlna- the characters, souls and bodies o young men. .we hold that such things are beyond price; therefore, be it Resolved, That we as a union express our earnest condemnation or the late ac tlon of the city council, granting licenses to houses cr 111 repute. . York Maslcale Repeated. YORK, Neb.. Feb. I. (Special.) A song festival was given last evening at tbe Audi torium by 150 voices, under the direction of J. A. Parka, supported by an orchestra of twenty-five .pieces,; directed by Rollln Bond. Ths singers -were principally from York and York county. Tbs large Audi- A Medicine for Old People. Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Km, Is past ej years 1 aVe, yet he aaysj 1 sa su)uying excellent health lor a man oi my are, due entirely to the re)vvea sting uilueaces of Dr. Miles' Nervine, It bungs sleep and rest when nothing else wul, sad gives stienth end vita ity even to one oi my old age" 1 am aa old soldier." writes Mr. Geo. Watoo.oi Newton, la-, "sad I have been a great suderer irom nervousness, vertigo aad spinal trouUe. Have spent considerable money (or medicine and doctors, but wita little benchL I was so bad my mind showed iens of weak ness. I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, sad I know it saved ov Lie." Nervine Saved me from the insane asy lum," Mrs. A. M. Heifaer, oi Jerieo Spring, Mo, ernes. "1 was so nerv ous liuU I could scarcely control my seii, could aot sleep aor rest, would even forget the names of my own children at times. . I commence i using Dr. Miles' Nervine and it helped me irom the brat, and no a I am perfectly well" eta Sy aU Druggists aa Guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, )nd. Jury Aeanlta Teachers. AUBURN, Neb., Feb. (. (8peclal.) Judge Caldwell's court was crowded with spectators on Mondsy and Tuesday at the trial of two teachers for cruel'y whipping a pupil. Tbe Jury found the teachera not guilty. Aged Farmer Takes to Asylana. AUBURN. Neb.. Feb. . (Special.) James Graham, an aged farmer from near Brock,- has been adjudged Insane and was taken to ths asylum yesterday. VARIED SKIES IN NEBRASKA Fair Weather Today, Cloody Tensor row, with tho Thermometer RIslasT. WASHINGTON, Feb. (.Forecast: For Nebraska, North Dakota and SouUi Dakota Fair Friday; Saturday cloudy, with rising temperature; northwest .winds, be coming variable. For Iowa Fair Friday and Saturday northwesterly winds. For Missouri Fair Friday and Saturday colder Friday In east and south portions west winds. For Kansas Fair Friday and Saturday colder Friday in south portion; north winds. For Wyoming Fair Frldsy. warmer In southeast portion; Saturday fair; variable winds. Local Record. OFFICE OF THP! WEATHER BUREAU, OMAHA. Feb. . omclal record or tern nrature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the laat three years: 190S. 1901. 1900. 1899. Maximum temperature.... 19 2 46 Minimum temperature.... 14 10 : Mean temperature M M Precipitation CO .00 .00 Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha lor mis any ana since Marco i 11: Normsl temperature Denvit-nrv for the day 11 Total excess since March 1 t.ftH Normal precipitation 03 Inc Deficiency for the day U3 Inc Total rainfall since March 1 24. M Inches Deficiency since March 1 f .17 Inches Dencltmcv for cor. period. ln 12 inch Deficiency for cor. period, 1900... 4.92 inches Heporta Irons Statioaa at T p. an CONDITION OF THB WEATHER. Omaha, clear Valentine, clear North I'latte. clear .... Cheyenne, clear Salt Lake City, cloudy . Rapid City, clear HurMt clear Wllli.-ton. cloudy ChlcsiO. clear fit I aula, clear 5- faul. partly cloudy Davenport, clear KansMS City, clear Havre, clear' Helena, cloudy Humarck. cloudy Galveeton. cloudy 'ill nn 13 18 .00 .... 1 T to W .00 26 3oj .01 4 41 .W 16 ti .00 12 .00 4 4 .01 n .04 36 T g 101 T 12 T 20 8o .00 .... 12 .00 K 2t .00 si s; .m U (4 .00 would aot besitats to give a new trial to tbe Injured party. 'Held, as disclosed by tbs record, there wss an abuse of discretion by the trial during the trial of ths canes, which was prejudicial to tho rights of the defendsnt. "While a police officer was on the witness stand In behslf of the prosecution the as sistant prosecutor, after an objection to a question propounded to the witness, stated 'I want to ahow that he (the witness) has known blm (tbs accused) a long time, and bsd him under observation for other jobs.' And slso on ths cross-examination of the accused, who testified as a witness In his own behslf, asked blm: 'Have yon ever been arrested before V 'Havs you ever been convicted of a crime?' 'Isn't It fact, Mr. Leo, that you have served time la the penitentiary In tha state ' of Ne "Held, there being no competent evidence of any prior conviction of a felony, that such action Is unwarranted and prejudl cial to the defendant's substantial tights, for which a new trial should be granted." Oplnlona Delivered. The following opinions were delivered at Bolt against Anderson. Judgment of af firmance heretofore rendered herein va cated. Judgment of dlatrtot court reversed. riHHiingB, j. Pochlri against Knobel. Affirmed. Kirk' pstrlck. C. ' Bt, Andrew s Church or Tecumsen against tnauKhneeseiy (appeal . case). Amrmea. Sedgwick, C. Baker against Union stock Tarda Na tional bank. Affirmed. . Pound, C. Swift Co. against pielse. . Reversed Hastings. C. ' Parr against Berqulst. Reversed. Hol comb, J. . . , ,., . McNaurhton aaalnst Burke. Affirmed. Sullivan, C. J. Hesselarrave aarainst . State. Reversed. Williams against Parks. . Reversed. Hast ings. C. Bradbury against Kinney. Reversed, with directions to enter decree In favor of plaintiff for the amount of mortgage and Interest from August L 1893. Hast ings, u. Lincoln against Janesch. van. C. J. Holcomb. J, Judgment of affirmance. Hobbe against Warman. Curiam. Williams against Taylor. comD, j. Raymond against Shrlever firmed. Holcomb, J. Affirmed. 8ul concuxrlng in Affirmed. Per Affirmed. Hoi- Bros. AX- i i lift IfXl V ii 'MM Nt Wl BBC kok v? pi -if i mm iiri njmmm v IS4 Thomssen against Halt County. Affirmed. Kirkpatrlck. C. Shaughneesey against St. . Andrew's Church. Reversed and cause dismissed. " . ' Bcda-wlck. C, enjoyment, or toeir ngnis ana irsncois- count v of Hall aaalnst Thomssen: firmed. Kirkpatrlck. C. Cass County against Barpy County. and from Interfering with the right of the psstor of the church to use and occupy the parsonage and to occupy the pulpit of the church and from excluding tbe plain tiff and the members of the plaintiff corpo ration and communicants from tbe church building and from Interfering with them In celebrating divine worship In the church, and to require tbo defendanta to surrender to the plaintiff the key to the- parsonage and church building and all other prop erty of ths plaintiff In their possession. with a general prayer for equitable relief. Tbe answer admits that the defendants Af- Re- versed. Ames. C Leo asrainst State. Reversed. Holcomb. J. Providence Washington insurance Com pany against Weston. Affirmed. Day, C. Iowa Savings Bank sgalnst Frlnk. For mer Judgment adhered to., Albert, C. rratt againsr uaiiaway. Former judg ment adhered to. Oldhem; O. Pound, C, concurring In separate opinion, -,. Magruaer against JUUiu. .Amrmea. Lui fle, C. : .. Stull against Stull. Former judgment sdhered to. Oldham. C. Pound, C, con curring In result, files separate opinion.- Wlnterrlnger against Warder, Bushnell Sl Qleesner Co. Former Judgment ad- hold the property and . exclude plaintiff hered to. Pound. -C. therefrom and attempta to Justify so do ing. .There was a trial by the court and general findings for the plaintiff and decree granting the relief prayed. Tbe de fendants appealed to this court and the Judgment of ths lower court Is affirmed.;' Concluding the court says: "The prop- RtatM iralnit RlwimflAM fitatA PanV Former Judgment adhered td. Oldham, C. pouna, c, concurring in a separate opinion. western Muren to. agmnsi rotter. Former Judgment adhered to. Boyd agatr Patrick, C. Pound. C. nst George. Affirmed. Kirk- AWAY WITH BACKACHE erty In question belongs to the corpora- Sedgwick, C tlon and Is committed to Its custody and control. Under the organization of tbts church corporation tha appointment and removal of lta local or parish priest is committed to the bishop. The priest so appointed la a member of the corporation and, with tbe consent of a majority of tbs members of tbe corporation. Is the author ised representative of the Roman Catholic church. Under the evidence In this rec ord the Ave members of this corporation Brown ngalnat Houghton. Affirmed. Kirk patrlck. C. tieraiitcnKa against roes. Amrmea. Bourne asrainst O'Connor. Affirmed. Kirkpatrlck, C. Deerlng against Kohout. Affirmed. Duf fle. C. ... Marferding against Jones. Affirmed. Al bert, C. Fidelity and Casualty Co. against Field A Brown. Affirmed. Pound. C. Axthelna agHlnst Chicago. Rock Inland sV Pacific Railway Co. Affirmed. Hast ings, C. Reed against Mott. Affirmed. Barnes, C. Dartmouth Savings Bank against Foley. Affirmed. Day. C. People a BuildinaLoan and' Savings As- Amrmoa. pound, or a majority of them, are responsible for I soclation against Palmer, the care and euatodv of the church nm.. 1 erty and Its use as contemplated In ac cordance with the usagea of the Roman Catholic church." Ejectment Caao Dismissed In an action In ejectment, arising from the same controversy and begun by tbs bishop, the Judgment of the district court People's Building. Loan and Savings As sociation against Welton. Affirmed. Pound, C. t , People's Building. Loan and Savlnars As sociation against Backus. Affirmed. Pound, C. Oldham, C, concurring In separate opinion. People's Building, Loan and Savings As soclation against Cartfcker. Pound, C. Owens against sou in omana Affirmed. Reversed im i b v sat ne-u auu luh cnuasa d latin asfi jnnaa i a imi iiiriminmu. n iiir-o, , Sedgwick as, commissioner writing ths I mand'ed WFcSJu'rt wf.h opinion, tne coun noias inei an action in I directions to grant writ ot mandamus, as ejectment cannot be maintained during ths I prayed. Ames, C. ' at . nrnr i ..i.- v. . Dodd against Bkelton. Affirmed. Duf- tween tbe same parties. In which plaintiff alleges that defendant wrongfully with holds possession of ths sams property from the' plaintiff, and asks to enjoin tbe de fendant from excluding the plaintiff there from. - Telephone Company Loses. Tbe court denies tbe application of the Plattsmouth Telephone company for a writ of mandamus to require Judge Fawcett to fix the amount of a supersedess bond In aa injunction suit arising from Its al ly. C. Duf fle. C. Cornell against Klme. Affirmed. Da Finney against Gallop. Affirmed, ne. is. Northwestern College , against Shreck. Affirmed. Hantings, C. Loan and Trust Savings Bank against Holcomb Bros. Affirmed. Day, C. Hol comb. J., took no part in the decision. Security Tnveetment Co. against Lot trldge. Affirmed. Hsstlngs, C. ' Lombard against Pasusta. Affirmed. Bsmes, C. Livingston against Moors. Affirmed. Pound. C. Mockett against Boston Improvement Co. Affirmed. Dsy, C. State ex rel Piattsmoum teiepnone Co. , That constant backachel Strikes you any time'Tis the ..first symptom'ot Kidney Ills'comes in many forms Sudden twinges" of pain Slow 'exhaustive aches Kidneys out of order, require relief. Backache is a Kidney warning neglect the warning other troubles follow. . Sick Kidneys cause bad bafcks Bad back are weak and lame and aching. Sick Kidneys cause weariness headaches dizziness Rheumatic pains and nu merous other aches. ' fn ii ID D Cure every ill of the Kidneys and Bladder Relieve the aching baclc and cure it. Doan's Kidney Pills cure dangerous Urinary disorders Infrequent and too frequent Urinary discharges Not a symptom in the Kidney calendar they do not reach, down to the borderland of Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's disease- The evidence is home testimony. ,. Omaha Proof: tempt to extend its system into the city of against Fawcett. Writ denied. . Albert. C. boutn umana. un an ex parte showing ens of ths district judges Issued an order restraining ths city of South- Omaha and Its offlcsrs from Interfering with the plain tiff In the transaction of Its business either by cutting its wires, removing ts nana for Third Regiment. Brigadier General Barry and Colonels Hayward and Archer, were In Lincoln to day considering matters '-i-ilve to the Ne braska National guard, r'ns for tbs or- Instruments, arresting its smployes or t ,nl,aUon tor tnlrd 'eiment wera dls snv other manner. Afterward A.f.nA.r.,. cusoed and all decided to give General filed an answer and cross-petition, and the Co,br the,r hwt' '"PP0 move- court entered an order allowing a tem porary Injunction, substantially as prayed In tho cross-petition. Tbe plaintiff, pro- Indicates sero. T indicates lrce of preclpltstlon. A. V lIjSff, Local JToreoaal UfflclaL ceeding on tha theory that the aecond or der Waa a dissolution or a modification of tha first, then asked ths court to fix the amount of a supersedeas bond, wbereby the Injunction first issued would be kept In full force and effect until the final hear Ing of the cause. The request wss denied In the trial court. Ths eourt says: ."It Is conceded that If the Injunction granted on the prayer of the defendant dissolves or modifies that granted on the prayer of the plaintiff, the plaintiff, who Is ths relator la this pro ceeding, is entitled to an order fixing the amount of the bond required to keep l a Injunction In full force and effect, pend ing a final hearing in the diatrlet court, and consequently that a peremptory writ should Issus herein. We are enable to see bow tbe second order operates In any de gree as a dissolution or modification of ths first. The first, as wsll as the sec ond. Is purely prohibitive. It gives the plaintiff no right to do any act It could aot lawfully have dons without such or der. Its sole purpose wss to restrain the defendant from doing ' tbe acts tbsreln specified. The restraint thereby Imposed on the defendants bss been no less effective sines ths Issuance of the second orfler than It was before. The second order la no degree relaxes tho restrain Imposed ment. Certlsleates for Fhysleiaaa. Tha secretaries of ths Ststs Board ot Health tonight concluded their monthly meetings. Certificates were Issued to six physicians and three osteopaths. Dr. T. E. Fslrsll of Tecumseh. who was charged some time ago with failure to report a case of smallpox, wss exonerated, the evi dence showing that ths physician did not attend the cass aftsr ths eruptions ap peared. Dr. C. W. Abel of Fullerton, whose application for a llceoss wss held up at the laat meeting, was given a certificate, the secretaries having satisfied themselves as to ths stsndtng of the college from which be wss grsdusted. For Aeaaaltlnar Stepdaughter. The police were notified tonight ot the srrest of P. Courssy Richards of this city In St. Joseph, Mo. The man Is wantsd here on a charge of assaulting his 12-year-old stepdaughter. Ho attempted to com mit suicide oa being arrested. Richards Is well known la Lincoln, having conducted an employment agency here for many years. Hs disappeared Sunday night and It Is be lieved started to join a friend In Oklahoma. . A delegation of officials of ths Omaha Building and Loan association called on Secretary Royse el the stats banking board tonight and asked him to tsks steps to prevent the Home Purchasing company of Omaha front continuing ths transaction of Oak Street Mrs. Alex Long, of 1913 Oak street aays: "I bad kidney trouble for many years, suf fered severely, wss annoyed a great deal nights from too frequent action of the kid ney secretions and had other ailments often little understood but which arc caused by disordered kidneys. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and had my husband get them for me at Kuhn Co's drug stors. They did ms so much good that I continued tbs treatment and after finishing two boxes I felt like a different woman even at my advanced age. I recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills to every one at every opportu nity for they are a reliable kidney remedy." 2. No. 24th St. Mr. George McKenxle of 1804 N. 24tb street, says: "My back ached and symp toms of some disturbance of tbe kidney secretions existed. Procuring Doan's Kid ney Pills at Kubn sV Co.'s drug store, corner 16th and Douglas streets, I took a courss of tbs treatment. A doss or two relieved me, and finally ths annoyance ceased. When Doan's Kidney Pills helped a man of my age, they certainty can be depended upon to bring speedy, assistance "to those mors susceptible to .he action of medicine." ' J Get What You Ask For. Get DOAN'S sell Doan's Kidney Pills and will , to an article they make more profit y Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N.Y. Mift Don't accept something "just as good." Most druggist give you what you call for. Some may endeavor to substitute on. Insist on having the genuine. Pried 50c. Manufactured by business in this stats. It wss contended by the visitors that tbs Home Purchasing compsny is issuing a form ot investment policy which Is contrary to law. Secretary Royse will Investigate ths chsrges. Team of Horses Frosen. GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Feb. .(Spe cial.) Two borses. bitched to a wagon; have been found froxen and dead in the ice of Loup river. Tbe team belonged to young men named Haggert snd Bridge, and it was at first feared that the men were drowned. It appears, however, that their team got away from them while they srs In St. Paul and had broks through the Ice In crossing ths river. Charged with Illegal Sato of.Llaaor. PAWNEE CITY. Neb., Feb. (.(Special Telegram.) Fred 8tucke was arrested here last night- on a charge of selling liquor without a license. He was admitted to ball today In $300 and his preliminary bearing aet for tomorrow. Celebrate Uolden Weddlnif. CENTRAL CITY, Neb.. Feb. . (Special.) Mr. and Mrs. O. 8. Wolcott celebrated their (olden wedding annlvert ary at tbs residence of W. Tucsdsy nlgbt. -! fim W. Wolcott In this city Boy Sentenced to Reform School. PAWNEE CITY. Neb.. Feb. . Special Telegram,) Walter Pents, aged 15 years, waa tried bars today and sentenced to a term In the reform school on the charge of Incorrigibility. Dates for Aohara Chaataaaaa. A17BUKN. Neb., Feb. .(Special.) Manager Dundas announces August 1 to 24 as tbe dates for tbs Auburn Chautaaqua for mi. .