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Tim OMAHA DAILY 1M"AZ: MONDAY, DKCKMIIKK 21, 1D0.1.
rr9 DEAR CAMPAIGN ON RENTS Linco'u Fadnlo-. Froro to Crgac! Co Ojifrat,T Eocnaiuj; Bousa. CM CF CITY HOTELS IS TO EE UASLD Je.'ce Holm Isaae Order Which HT Tat Practice) of afcoresslagt Paper In Case Fend lag ia Court. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LlN'COUN, Dec. .-(9pcll.) A move ment Is on foot here, to organise a co operative company for thi purpose of less ln tho 'Walton hotel, overhauling and re fitting It and making out of tt a first-class rooming house and boarding placo for young men. Just how fur tha plan ha "been worked out la not yet known to tha public, but on who ts Interested laid th deal would be Consummated In tha near future, Ths plan la to sell stock In the comoy for t'O a ahare, anyone having the prMlrg of buying jus! many shares a r wanta. Thie money would be lined In refurnishing the building. It Is the Intention to put the business on such a hnsis that the beat rooms In the house could be rented for $10 a rrtnnth. An active canvass of the town la being made and several young men have become Interested, have subeorlbed for share and algnined their willingness to engage room end board at the plara when it is put in better ahape. One of the prime jncrtrr cf the affair t a former well known chef, who beld forth at the LJndell hotel. To Improve the Walton to the estent contemplated would cent a considerable amount of money, as It la enpected to re paint and paper every room, put In tile Boors end make other repairs. .The build ing I a good one for such a pur pons, as It 9 n (r.t') and modern In every respect. Bach, a scheme seem feasible and Will doul tless be a money-maker, ss It Is a Well known fact that probably In no city of the si? la the country does a person pay more and get lees for his outlay in the rooming lu. line than In Lincoln. The opening of the university here in September each year neeirii to ac aa a springboard upon It rents. And aa for board at rates com mensurot with the aalary drawn by a young man employed here, that I out of the question. All these things are known to the young men and the scheme proposed la being seriously considered and Its pro-irtot-rs believe It will b a success. When school first opened this year the landlords charged such exorbitant rent for the service given that mnr.y of the uni verse y students endeavored to get some c,:ie to finance a scheme to build a struc ture end run a rooming and boarding house, and for a time It-looked aa though their efforts would be rewrdtL The matter wns tnken up by Joseph Burns and others. but In the meantime Mr. Burns got inter filed In the Texas r!-e fields and so far as knon h Is doing nothing, about It. Ko. More Soppresse Cases. Lincoln attorneys are no longer to have a monopoly of the spicy reading matter that come mto the file of the courts, but Instead, readers of enterprising newspapers will gt the same, at first binds, without thu conventional "It is said." Espe cially will tills be true of filings in di vorce proceedings, because yesterday even ing Jydtfa Holme's rose up in his dignity and announced that attorneys could no li.ngur carry sway the files without his per mlselon. Jurtse Holmes was constrained to nrnhn ti'Ui . ur.'-uncc.'iient pecsnre he could not find S-veral document In ca when he wanted thorn. They were hid away In the oMces of the attorneys In the c , taken ks soon as they were filed to j revint reporters and ethers from seeing them. .. ' His order tead: "It !a hereby ordered that ftom av.rt after this date all files In e-iuHy rare hU not be taken frpm the clwrh's cfric without flrt obtaining en or cW from he court therefor. And this or W flail apply to all divorce cases e.'pcc li.l'.y." Aid then the Jui'.iro said that ell . 1 t.,rncys who hud filss that belonged to th court must return them lnstanter. VSU-r(Orftiotses Club. Vkt. r B. Wallciir. who hes been promi-r-iit It) Thlid ward aiYalrs at Omaha In 1':..-S rnnf, hns orsanlred te tniver lrfnr oH-.b with ft curltol stock f l' ?id has fUfd articles of Incorporation with the Seo retary of. state. Thoue Interested with him I. i Henry ltohcrts, Tom Venn, XJncoln fuimur end If. O. Lewis. A B eicusa for lis existence the club will carry on a social r. r.'-1 o'.lt'csl bv-.'ree. Steal PelTOtlorj Kettle. The police are looking for th meanest !..-; la t!; Vnltd States and the members cf the Salvation army are mourning the 1..NS of a c&nti kettle containing about $1.5:. The same wes stolen from a ctuneee res tau'ti.l and tha proj.rlelor Is sure he sew a "jifi;o..n" man ?et It. It was taken dur liig the supper hour, while a grund rush ws being made ot the cashier's desk. Steal Uluhep's Cora. Alfred Cochran Is In the el'y Jail cl urged Wth stealing corn from a crib owned by 1 lhop Iloiiacum. The crib was broken Into tomcuii.tt uutii.4 tl.n iiJhl.t i.d firii.-a bush els t turik luiJJ l:.to a ve,eaa and iken ;-. Pe.tceilves Mitchell snd Hsrvy lo cal. ,1 the corn Md In patch cf sunflowers til the r'&ce wheie Cochran lives. The corn m brought to the eif.tl.in In the patrol k iK n. ' tr;ti,H;rs were here today and escorted Archly Hnmner back to Hie.nrplts to an swer to a chmge cf unUiiik-g fioa. School Tenches- MImIhi, Al-lil'ttM. Ne?. le". 10. I'vi,.l ) Wl. !tun 1. W aiila. iw has L-. , i teaching . h;.il , nth ft Jol.i.son In U. r tulth.lt d'sirict. sxituciily di ppeared some time sr, but n:t until recently did the news rtacti ALburn. It crove to tills city on tha T-'- f iv tin." sft.-r TfiJnh- ctv:ng, JnHjeJ 5' eveid!. aitti a friend and that was the I..;-1. tji h:tu y anyon in lli.ee p'iri. P.. , ..!'' It l.aj t tn-n luirr.ed that t!;o fam i y yti'.u whom h buerded found a note on lis t.-iilo iatii .t I'fctladciphla sr.-l writ it it ty a Vruiisun reuvsilng l.lia ta meet l.rr In umuhd. adding: "If 1 can't have ) yu u'.n I ai.!l Co si.nivthlttgT desecrate," eii.t en:"-.! "Xvl C It la pHfe to 1 J.. n tr. thai he i luot Seott 1U he iut IL-i to v ' t J : , ' i - u No medicine like it for stopping coughs, hcal- in sore luns, quieting inflammation in the " bronchi al tubes, and preventing serious lung troubles. Askydurdoctorabouttliis, Iflicl::;3 L: -1 1 c r :i 1.1 v I c c , f i ! ! o v t . Doctors have !:i:own i tfiwsrd the Mlssnnrt I'd. Ifle dTot Jnt In time to rstch the south bound pacnsT t'ftln. Mr. Walll came here a stranger tst spring with a thentrlce! company wh!ch broke up In this city. He wss a fine sgn and scerlo pslnter and woiked hard -at Ms trade until Ms school opened In the fell. He made many friends and all speak of him In highest terms. That trouble of a per sonal nsture Is the cause of his midden leave-taking Is 4h opinion of his friends. DOINGS OF SECRET SOCIETIES Ladae t Royal Arraasat Ora-ftKlseal at rails lit by tha Stste Deftnt. TAVIA CITY, Neh., peo. SO. Spclnl.) Last week A. P. Burk, state organiser. and James Flaganther, state regent, or ganised a council of the Royal Arcanum In this city with thlrty-l charter mem bers. The following officers were elected: H. B. King, P. R. ; F. E. Morten, R.J George B. Holt, V. R. ; tr. W. A. Fast, O.J E. M. May. B.i Frank Vhtl T.: T. J, Olst, C: D. Bargnt. C. W. J. Olng, O.J Charles Wood, W.: J. R. Pickett. 8. At the last meeting of the Modern Wood men of America the following officers were elected for the coming year: O. Wachett, V. C; J. H. Kleber, W. A-l C. M. W'lleon, bsnker; Fred Beaulleu, clerk; Jacob Mess ier, manager! I, Cllnlco, secorti R. Mc Cormlck, watohman; August Moss, sentry. The Ancient Order of United Workmen have elected tha following officers: A. L. Will. P. M. W.; J. C. Morehead. M. W.; A. Graham, F. George W. Olldtier, O.; Ben Foster, O.: II. P. Custer, R.; T. 1. Olrt. financier; W, A. CreenwalS, R.j F. M. Davis. I. W.j Frank C. Wylle. O. W. WEST POINT, Nebn Dec. (Special., at the regular annual meeting of the local branch of the Catholic Knights of America, held this morning, the following e.fr were e'ct1 for th en'if"g yeer: President, J. Theodora Remm; vice presi dent, Frank Pcharfen; treasurer, William Htleven; recording secretary, John II. Lln dale; financial secretary. Fred Ha'kerj sergeant-at-arms. John Fischer; Sentinel. H. T. Grewe; spiritual director, Rev. Jo seph Rueslng; trustee for three years, Con rad Snenner. This branch Is In a very flourishing condition, . CONVERTS FOLLOW PRISONER Salvation Army Cnptala Jailed for Obstructing; Btrevt Does Evangel , lstl Work la Prison, HASTINGS, Neb., Deo. M.-(fipeelat Tele gram.) Captain Bchomsburg of the local Balvatlon Army corps has been again ar rested for blocking the sidewalk and ob structing trafflc. A city official offered to pay his fine, but the captain declared the army pays no fines. He Was lodged In the city Jail and took his guitar with him, and as soon es locked up began playing and singing hymns. Two drunks were his fel low prisoners and after the song service he began to preach to them loudly, exoatla ting on their evil ways and urging them to get right with God. One of the men was sobered end declared repentance and sal vation before midnight last night and today joined the Ceptatn In urging the socond drunk to repent. Captain Bchomnburg will be given a hearing tomorrow morning. AUBURN, Neb.. Deo. 20.-(Specll.)-The Bar association of Nemaha county gave a banquet at the Byers lust evening. The banquet was given In honor of Judge John S. Btull, the retiring judge of this Judicial district; Hon. W, II. . KeUigar, who sue ceUs him. d B. Kraik Neul, who is about to leave, this county for Boise, Idaho. The program waa In the' nature, of ft Court docket. E. Ferneau was presiding judge or toest master, and acquitted himself In a splendid manner. The first catine for trial was Accession againut Retirement. W. H. Kelllsar was for the plaintiff and John 8. Ptull for the defense. Judge S. P. Davidson oi iecumsen was appointed to assist the defense. Colonel T. J. Majors, as a lay lawyer, came forward as & peacemaker. All maae nappy speeches and an enjoyable time was hud. Appropriate resolutions were passed commending Mr. and Mrs. Neal to good ofTlcej of the bar and people of Boise He was put upon trial. II. A. Lambert and E. B. Quackenbush appeared for the bar and Mr. Noal pro, so. The lngnlng and out going county officers were present ss ball ... ami jurors. r. w. u. farrtott ap peared tor the outgoing offloets and Judae John fl. MeCatty looked after the interest oi tl:e Incoming boys. Tha enterUlnment wss un(oti rd very erijojabls. Landlord uyers Old himself proud. '1 area Ti Votes. TKCUMSKH. Neb., Dec. tO.-(Ppeelal.- ' ns last election a number of candidates for minor of.ees in this county received tie vote. There werS three tie votes on the number seventeen. County Clerk C. J, nss settiea tne matter as to who should qualify for the several offices by navmg ine men arsw lot. Charles Ho wartn ana William Oor tied for the office of constable In Bprlng Creek precinct In tha drswlng of lots Mr. Howarth won. Tha other candidates were tied for the oftlces of rosd supervisors and the reeult of the lot drawing wns as follows: IS. P. Tingle and J. G. Plytf.e In district No. Si, Tingle won; 7.yaon and John Kickads In d. trlct No. . Tyson won; Jamts Cermsri and A. W. Dleckgrafe In district No. 20. Dtcck grafe won; - G. W. Ssbin and Thomas Lempke In district Nt, 1. tahln won; 8. C. Cawley and William Johns In district No, 88, Cawley won. ramlf. i f actor Projected. ST. PAUU Nth., Deo. &i (Special.) A number of our moneyed and bUBlnen men have been looking Into tne project of start ing a' Vtg.jtuiie canning Jartiiry In . our city. Five thousand duUur is!ig alredy boon eubscrlbe4 and It will t titty to raise the additional H,(. Howard county is wsil auapteJ .to mining vegetat.lcs of asl kim?s e.titab're fr cenninT S' d mere ts no reason hy a project of this kind should nut be sucC'.iif ul. ' D.tt-tor la lied Ucye, NORFOLK, Neb., Dec. ifjieclU.) Dr. R. R. Kei.iit.5y, a physician at Newman drove. Neb., is suffurtng from a serious f..a of biOod polisijt.lng aul 1. an g.ne to an C.nihlitt hiiltHi fur tretitnier.t. In en cp eriuiun upj4 an alwceas Dr. Kennedy cut hm f.i.ur and the p-jiisoniog rtffuitcd. Chcrru Pectoral 1 "I CvmttfcUel a Se-i C.'.J CO M I lurti wl kh c acj ... ! KlLl-llt, Jfint iC J f ; Of S'i I tr:...i S '! 3 CLf TV 1 t; !,.;!.J f ir oo miNG IN THE BLACK HILLS Etoocd C!eoaj at G.'aa Crfnt Cjanide lha ia Two-B.t Gtlci. VALUE CF GOLD IS TWELVE THOUSAND Resalt Is Most flatlnfartorr Kotwlth- standln the Two -Weeks Delay Dae ta Lack of Coe.l. DEADWOOD, B. D., Dee. 20. (Ppeclal.) Another cle.inup has been msda at the Golden Crest cyanide plnnt In Two Bit gulch which resulted In ounces of fine gold. The gold from the Golden Crent ore Is almost ss pure aa that taken from the Bpearflsh and Deadwood-Standard, so the 700 ounces of bullion should net something over J1I.0O0. Last month a cleanup was made at the plant which resulted in JX ounces, having a value of about 15,000, and the gold obtained this month has the fine ness of that obtelned last month. This Is the second cleanup of the plant since Its enlargement and the result Is most satis factory, and especially se when It is tsken Into consideration that during the last month's run th plant was forced to remain ld! for twtlve days owing to tha scarcity of coal. Frederick McU Btout, the new mill superintendent, has readjusted tha ma chinery and made several alterations and tha plant la now running with as high en efficiency as any In the Black mils. All the work ti,i't 1 being done In the mines he the end In view to keep a large re serve of ora ahead, so tha company has at the present time materiftl sufficient on hasd to keep the mill running for several weeks, even though the breaking of ore was discontinued. In the same neighborhood Jh Kuby company Is working hard to have Its lu. ton plant ready to begin . crushing and treating ore by tha first of the year and will probably succeed In Its efforts. This company has thoroughly developed Its property before putting a mill upon It, so when Its plant la placed In operation there will hot be a lack of ore to work on. IVstngton Makes Improvements. In Spruce gulch the Lexington company 1 engaged In the Improvement of its plant and when tha Improvements now under way are completed It Is expected that the plant will be better suited to treat the ores of that district. Pistes for amalgama tion are being installed and are now In place. Concentrating tables will also be Installed and their delivery at the mill Is expected within a few days. It will, prob ably be a week or so before the, plant will be ready to begin operations, but when It does It is expected that It Will provs 4 success. When completed tne plant will have practically the same process as that employed by ths Homestake com pany at Lead' In other words, amalga mation will be the primary treatment, con centration the secondary and cysnldatlon the retreatm6nt The first will rave the metallic gold which will not cyanide with deleterious tubatancea, the second will save th metallic gold which wt!l not unite with quicksilver, and the third will catch the gold which exixts In a foreign state. ' Shaft FIts Hundred Pert Deep,' ' Last Wednesday a depth .of BOO feet had been made lri the three-compartment shaft of ths Columbus Mining company. -which is being sunk on the Columbus mine In Saw pit gulch. As soon as sump has ben put in and a station cut, crosscuttlng will be gin on the big vein which was struck on the P0-foot level. On the 2np-toot level this vein, wns crosscut for a dutnnce of 147 feet before tha "wall -was strucli.oitU' hework on the 600-foot level may result in import snt dlncoverles. On the higher leva! this vein when sampled and assayed gave av erage returns of 14.60 a ton gold, the values being all free-milling. With a Una surplus in the treasury and one cf ths best frce mllllng propositions In the northern Hills, It would not be surprising ehould work be gin on a mammoth mill the coming year ss the munagemet't of the company be lieves that there la nothing to prevent suo cess and feul confident that the mill will be a paying proposition from the first ttnn that stamps begin to drop In It. Eastern parties have recently consum mated the purchase of the Cooper Consoli dated Mining company's ground In tha Bare Butte Ctktrict. the consideration named be. tug 115,000. This property, which ts situ ated at the mouth of Ruby gulch where It empties into Bare Butte creek below the town of Galena, has long had a reputation of being a prolific producer of rich ore, shipments having been made from It which have run from I' 5 to )1JS a ton. Most of the values contained In the ora are freo milling, so should a plant be erected on It It will probably embrace the features which have made the treatment of Homestake and other ores successes. J. 8. Ford of Chi cago, who has been In the'Hllls for several wu-ks for the exi.it:.' purpose of tkiu.'.i.'.i.g the property, Is' eafS to be the heaviest owner in tho ground vtcder ths purchase. Before the sale the property wss owned by Mrs. Ludlow of Galena and Edwin Gul vtn of Sturgls. Pin ma Cyanide Plant. Work on the cyanide annex to the milling plant of the Pluma Mining company is progreeslng rapidly, and aa soon as it ts f.nln4 h ptnnt wti N plo-d in npr tln. For the last year the company has been engaged in opening up tha large or bodies which are within their lines and now have the mines in excellent shape to supply ore to. the sixty-stamp mill Uksu U on its ground. B ginning with the rew year the ma chinery in the Imperial mill in the First ward of Doudwood will u-tfiia resume the work of erufhlpg ore. Owing to & number of reaa-ms, the principal one of which was the diSiculty lit handling the water In some of tho principal workings of the company, the 125-ton plant has been idle for several months. TM difficulty has been overcome and the work which has been done since the tiustiig i.ia si tjii phuit has U-1 1 the mines In excellent shape, w'th.a large ere reserve In eight and a large iraount of good material on the dumps of the different worhliiBS. Illvery of ore to the plant will commence the latter part of this month and by the ftrnt of the year everything will be ready to start. The plant will be started at Its full capacity, 125 tons, and the manage ment has every reason to btilleve that an other shut-down will not occur for a very long time. During the enforced Idleness cf the pixnt eitanxive repairs and a number of Improvements have been mads to it tinder the dlrecthiti of Superintendent John Mini hen, one of the best mill men In the wet. end It Is now In a first-class state of effi ciency to maintain the reputation which it hat earned under Ms management as being the must profitable cyanide plant In the 11 :.".. Arrangements have been made to l:..rua the CKpaclty of the plant to 200 tons a day during the coming year, and the changes required to do so will be slight, as the power and tank capacity Is at thi pres ent time mors than sufficient to meet the added seventy-five tons a day. Ore will be Uktn from ths Kai ChUf group at Crown from the company's property at Port land In the lialJ mountain dlMrict. and f i-o in li mines on lUurktall gulch. Some of the ore to he treated by the Imperial Carrie hush values, but the avere ill da R.ell:ir.g Ix-iter than d a ton gold. tVork tun hbuut. B.ipvrlutendeiit Fitineruld of the Bella nee con-paisy l.s at the i-KHi-nt t'.m a force i f t w - l' e, j H-l 1 1 I' :-.-!,;' v. j t. f-,;r i. - , t , it i! t.. . t .. i i , s t .-i : . - r... tken from these ehoot give an ave-ge aey vnlue of the ore cf $15. SO a ton. This company owns a lars-e screes; of land in the Reipfd Top district, which during last summer received extennlve development, and on all of the clim comprising the company's holdings ore has been encoun tered. Turing th winter months the pres ent small force will be kept st work on the most promising shoots of ore, end It la said that In lh spring ground will be broken for an Immense treatment plant at the mines. i A tilarsstreS Cv mr Piles. Itching, Elind. Bleeding or Protruding Flies. Tour dhtiirrW will refund mrmey II PAZO OINTMF.NT falls to Sure yoti In to 14 days. 60c, ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS SELF Ballet Passes Throvgk Mamaon of Gerhard Mormon and He -Dice Instantly, HARTINOTON, " Neb.. Dec. J. (Special Telegram.) Late yesterday afternoon Ger hard Mormon, while hunting rats about his barn near Menominee, accidentally shot himself through ths stomach, dying Instantly. Mr. Mormon was M years old and leaves a wife and four children to mourn his sudden and untimely death. Farmers Are Proeperons. NORFOLK, Neb., Dec. 20. (Sperial.-The Christmas trade In , Norfolk and In north Nebraska generally has been very much more lively than many people had expected and very much better than the prevailing low prices on stock might lend outsiders to think.- North Nebraska Is Very much of a stock country and the low market has had a tendency to disappoint many of ths sell ers, but the country was bever in better condition and every farmer In the entire territory Is happy because he la prosperous. 'Why, I remember the tune," said one of them today In a reminiscent manner, "that I have sold hogs for cents and I didn't feel so very bad shout It either. Of course 2 cents Is not 1 by n long shot, but you can bank on It we will always make good money on pork at t or $ cents, even if we have to feed 80-cent corn. The present prices, while they look rather low In com' psrlson with the pries that we have re cently received. Is yet a mighty good one and we aren't kicking a bit." Fined lor Uambllaat. HUMBOLDT, Neb., Dec J0.-(Brclal.) The council room was crowded at 10 o'clock yesterday morning when Polled . Judge Thompson passed upon tha case of four young men of the city who were arrested shortly after midnight charged with gamb ling. For soma time the authorities have been aware that considerable gaming was going on, throughout the city and last night the marshal, Frank Todd, discovered What he thought was a clue and upon In vestigation satisfied himself that a gams was In progress. He at once repaired to ths home of the mayor, John Power, and In company with that official and r.nother citisen, returned and broke In the door of a little house occupied by James Mc Mahon, an old bachelor la the souUl part of the city. There ho found McMahon, William Cooper, "Teak" TJHmer, Charles Sharts and Qua Wheeler standing around a table upon which were scattered about In confusion Cards and poker chips. The testimony was strong" enough to cause the police Judge to find eaoh of them guilty and he imposed a fine of $5 and costs. Admit Being- Darglar. KEARNEY, Neb., Dec. S0.-(Speclal.)-A week ago last Thursday a young fellow giving ta, trnnw f Mitchell arrived here fro;a Grtraa Jsluii, " lie was biter arretite.d on advices from that place, where he was wanted for burglary. It seema that tha fellow had entered th Union Paclflo depot at Grand Island and rifled a number ot grips. Bherllt Bauman asked the ajvist ance of ths Kearney officers In locating soma of the stolen goods, and Chief of Po lice Trtndle soon found where Mitchell had sold a rasor and hand mirror which hod been taken from one of the grips. 'The Hall county sheriff came to Kearney snd got these things and confronted Mitchell with them. With the evidence of his guilt before him, the man confessed and upon being arraigned he pleaded guilty to burg, lary. Hs has not yet been sentenced. Trackmen Inspect Qoedkcd. FAPILLION Neb., Dec. . (Special.) A special Inspection train with every sec tion foreman of the Union Pacific's Ne braska division on hoard pansed ' through here for a trip over the oTlBlon to G and Island. It Is the purpose of the company to take these men over the line Quarterly to extmlr.e tho track on each section snd point out places where, In their opinion, Improvements could bs made. This has the effect desired by the company and causes the foremen to put forth every ef fort to keep their track up to ths highest standard. The train will make a trip over the dlvielons through to Cheyenne before returning. General Superintendent W. A. Deuel and Assistant Superintendent Wars accompanied the special. Fix Terms of Cort. FALLS CITY, Neb., Dec. ).(Spectl.)- Term of court for 1004 hav been fixed by the judges of this district a follows: Gnge county, January 11. Mesy I, Beptember Vt: JcScrsvtt county, Fchruary 3. Juno ,e, October S; Johnson county, February S3, June , October t; Nemaha county, March It, July 11, November 14; Pawnee county, February i, June 47, October It; Richard son county, January 18. May I, September 12. A Jury Is called In every, county for each turm except In Jefferson, Johnson, Nemaha and Pawnee counties,- where no Jury is called for the June and July terra. Elect Bandar School OtBcers. TECUMSEIL Neb., Dec. Jo.-(3pec!(.I.) At ths annual meeting cf the Johnson County Sunday School association, held at ths Up;er Spring Creek Methodist church, the following officers were elected for tha coming year; Prveldent, A. A. K-bfiHson of Cook; vice president, Donald McKay cf Tecumseh; secretary, Mrs. C C. Jury cf Tecumsch; trcaBU er, Mies Grace Vakln son of ik Creek; superintendent of normal department, Thomas Baracktnan of Cook; superintendent home department, Mtks Cora Bewurd of Teoumseh; Superin tendent of primary department, lira Goge Graf of Urat. Freight am ! titfth. TECUMSEII, Neb., Dec. tO.-fSpecIa!.).,. The big cannon which the local Grand Army post secured from Fort Constitution,. N. II., has been unloaded from th flat ctr and hauled to the courthouse yard. It weighs 12.000 pounds. Ths freight on It from Fort Constitution to this city was 1:70.20. this amount including a bill cf 2& for freighting it overlsnd from the fort, a dUtanc of twelve mile, to the nearest railroad point. It will bo mountad In the spring. Tha Peril o Oar 'l ime Is lung disease. Ir. King's New V'lm;ove)y fur Ci i, i,iluii. Coughs snd Co'ds cures lung trouble i f no pay. 1-jo, tl.Ki. For aula fcy Kul.a & Co. k , A lm ftever Haras After porter" Antiseptic Haallng OH Is (p. t iled. I'.clKves lHi Ir,tknt y and bettis at th ira time, rot piaa or beast. Price, 2o, A Sore 91 ever i.tier , r r. rtct- s A i !! lleniing Is 6 p. QCIGLEY ON FliBLlC SCHOOLS Cut olio Archbishop Sajt i',- ho aid UainuiB Two Ejitimt. WOULD GIVE CHURCH CONTROL OF ONE ays ftata Ikeils Pay Ks sense at tebaols Mb era (atholle Doetrlna May Be Tanght ta atholte Children. CHICAGO, Deo. to. "The hew world was discovered by Catholics and the cross was planted In tha nams ot the church. We cannot get It out of our heads that Catho lics will' yet claim the new World again." This hope was expresned by Archbishop James E. Qulgley In an address before the Roman Catholio Woman's league. The archbishop declared that ths security f ths national constitution increased pro portionately with the increase In the num ber of Roman Catholics. He urged ths es tablishment of a subsidiary system of the public schools for tna benefit of the Roman Catholics. This system "for ths benefit of the minority," said th speaker, "should he paid for by the state, but controlled by the church." Finally, he characterised tha rule requiring candidates for public school teachers to have normal school training to be nothing more or leas than "tyranny" and "oppression." Liberalism is Error ot Aa, "Tha supreme and fundamental error of the age Is liberalism," urged tha arch bishop. "Llberalm delegates to the stats all rights end this Is where tha stats and church conflict." "The education of the child," he added, should rest with the church and not with the Mate." Tha archbishop declared that the United States constitution stood for Individualism. Ha asserted that today tha state Is en croaching on tha rights of the church, and that Ood Is not recognised la any of the modern constitutions. 'Protestants and , non-Catholics," the archbishop continued, "are . undertaking throufch tha present pubila school system to prevent tha Catholio children from becom ing firmly cemented to their church and to keep the Catholio church from getting, stronger foothold. The purpose of non cathollcs Is to prevent ths growth of tha Church. They will scruple at no violation of justice to gain their ends." - 'In adopting ths rule that a candidate for teacher must attend the normal school for k time the Board of Education has taken action against which we must always pro test. The rule which prevents candidates from entering the schools without normal school training Is tyranny and oppression. State fhoald Have Separata Schools. "There is no reason why a board of ex aminers cannot be appointed to examine Into tha fitness of all candidates to be come teachers without regard to tha source of their preparations." 'The state," he urged, "must provtda schools for the minority as well aa for ths majority. The state should divide the pub- Ho school system and maintain a separata system for the minority separata lu tha enso Of religious teaching. Tha two Sys tems could bo under ona control, but under tha Catholio division Catholio principles should be taught. This would glv tha mi nority an equal chance with the majority. This would be Just and equitable, but not satisfactory to tha Protestants. "The cry all over Is for iicnsectarian ed ucation. The Catholic schools are recog nixed by- the state, but are not supported by. the state, because noncathollcs believe that It would be dangerous fur tha state to support them." DEATH fiECORD. William At wood. PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Dec. 50. (Special.) William Atwood dled at his home In this city Sunday morning at 1 o'clock, after a lingering Illness cf several months. Mr. Atwood was born In Dansvllle, N. Y., De cember 8. 1817, and In 1834, with hi par ents, went to what I now known as Mar shall county, Illinois. lis was married to Mis Sarah Jane Swift, March 20. IMi, Dur ing his forty years' residence In JUInola he held many office of responsibility. II be came a member cf th Methodist Episcopal church In 1H41, and ha since been an ac tive, consistent member, ia 1S32, with his family, he camo to Plattstncu.Jt, Neb., where he has since renktcd, and was hon ored and respected by all who knew him. Besides a wife, two sons, A. W. Atwood fif this city and 8. II. Atwood of Lincoln, survive htm.' Th funeral service will ha held In the First Mehtodlst Episcopal church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. jPtedertck H. Coadrrt. , WASHINGTON. Doc. tO.-Fredtrlck R. Coudert, the well known lawyer of New York City, died here today from an affec tion of th heart, with which he had suf fered for several years. )ie was Tl year old.' Mr. Coudert, with hla wife and aa un married daughter, Was spending ths winter In Washington, where h hoped to escape th severity of the climate of tha mora northern city. Jn addition to th member of his Immediate housohold thcr were with blm when tha end came Mrs. Fred Bennett of New York, a widowed daughter, and Mrs. J. B. Bellintrr, a' married daughter. Frederick ,R. Coudert, Jr.. a son, ts ex pected here tonight from the south. Funeral services will h held at 8t.' Patrick's cathe dral In New York City Tuesday morning and Interment will be made at Calvary cemetery In Brooklyn. Mr. Elisabeth Grimm. BI.A1H, Neb.,v Dec. 30. (Special Tele gram.) Mrs. Elizabeth Grimm died today at th family residence In this city of pneu monia.. She was born In Ilolnteln, Ger many, In 1841 coming to America In 18t, and was married to Mr. liana Grimm on June 11, iyj. they being the first m.upl married In lllalr. Her husband. 1 son and one daughter survive her, all residing at home Ateept Dr. P. C. Ortmm of Arling ton, Neb., and Dr. Arthur Grimm of New Ynrk City, who arrived home four hour btfor hU mother' death. Sir. Mary A. Irvln. TECUMEKil. Nb., Deo. M.-(Speclal) Mrs. Mary A. Irvln died at tha home cf her daughter, Mr. A. J. Wright, In this city at an early hour this morning. 8hs hud been In poor hesllh for over a year and died from disease Incidental to old age. She was sged years 4 months and l days. The fonvral lil b held at the Tecumseh Chris tian church at 1 p. m. Monday, conducted by Chancellor W. P. Aylesworth of the Corner unlverrlly. Jiethany. Interment will be made In the Tecumseh cemetery. Freak Barker. FALLS CITY. Nb.. Dec. . (Special.) Frank Barker died at his home In this city Friday, December IS, aged 24 years. Ths funeral was held from the Christian church Sunday afternoon and wss largely attended. Mrs. Kirnest nai(ktrr, HASTINGS, Neb.. Dec. J0.-(8pecUl Ttle grm ) Mrs. Krnest Manchester died st thi rCk.:j LiC'i I y, Ci Uj t; family resldnca here today tf consump tion. Funeral services will occur Tuesday. lean fVllana. LOGAN,- Is., Dec. 30. (Ppeclal.) John Wilnon. 17-l-ene-olrl inn rf Inrnh Wilson of Logan died last night of appendicitis. Tha boy was 111 only two or three days. GENERAL STAFF IS ON TRIAL (Continued from First Page.) tloularly, and the other Islands Inoldentaily had established a double basis of currency. Tha American dollar, whether of gold or paper, has been received during tha last five years everywhere throughout the Islands as equal to two Mexican dollars. Rut in all business transactions tha "dollar Meg" has been tha recognised standard of value. Borr.e months ago, under authority frt2 congress, the civil authorities of the Phil ippines undertook to substitute a special coinage minted In the United States as the official currency of tha Islands, Every na tion ha fond In the past that great dif ficulty follows tha substitution of nna cur rency tor another. This difficulty has been accentuated In our Insular possessions. Scarcely a week passes that the malls do not bring In complaints from persons hav ing contracts with th government who as sert that ths authorities are attempting to forco them to accept settlements of their accounts In the new poena Instead of In Mexican dollars which ths contracts call for. Ths War department ha finally been compelled to Instruct Its officer that where- ever Mexican dollar were stipulated or understood to be tho currency hauls of transaction payment must be mads In strict accordance with th contract, not withstanding th fact that th peso is hero after to be regarded ss the basis of value In government contract, Th fact that three different kinds ot cur rency are now recognised In the Islands ha eriously complicated th accounts ot tha federal fcutl.uiitl..s arid Is likely to a to an Interminable amount of trouble befor ths difficulties can be strlghtened out Supreme Court Admits Reporters, Until this week the supreme court of ths United State ha absolutely declined to recognise the fact that newspaper have any rights within the portal of the court room. Instead of affording facilities for the easy acquisition of new pertaining to the decision of the court It had bei.n the custom to prevent the taking of notes of de cisions. No . newspsper reporter of cor respondent ha ever been permitted to end a stenographer Into th court room to take note of argument or decisions. For the last three years the correspondents' com mittee has been trying to obtain better fa cilities for reporting supreme court case. At last these effort have been succceesful and th court he caused It to be published that hereafter there will be reserved for accredited newspaper reprenentatlve' a bonch upon which reporter end correspond ents may sit and take notes dur'ng ths session of the court, without the dsnger of offending the dignity of th officials. Ths effect of this new departure will t to facilitate the obtaining ot news of tha court' proceedings and In many Instance will enable the telegraphing from Wash ington of the r'.labus of an opla'SA an hour or tnr earlier than has "been possi ble hitherto In case of espaclal IntK-est when the court ro m Is always crowded. HV . 1 . llJ!l!i-l"J 1111 t .,".1 gB3i No poisonous drygs, no injurious decoctioos ire u?ed la IVriglsfGlrJan Vcocfalito Piila A pure herb remedy for the Liver and Kidneys . of the highest merit. K till t lkiMl r t,..uu 1 For Blood Disorders r For sal by all draggiata. PROPOSALS FOK PAPER FOR TMK Pi'PT.IC PRINTING AND BINDING. SEALED phOKuiAl-H lll be received until Janimrv 14, l. ot 10:30 o'clock a. m,, for fumtehit g the PAPER for the PUB LIC PRINTING and HINDI NO- for the yer endlnr 2Mh of Fehruarv. lo6. the said propoBiilu to be opened before and ths award of contracts to he made by the Joint Committee of Congress on Public Wmtii. to tho lowest and beat bidder j tor m interest of tha Gavaruwani. th I committee reserving to Itself the rlaht to reject any snd nil bids, as its judgment of th b,t Interests Of the Government may dictete. ... Detailed schedules ef the description, quantity, and quality of the poper re quired, accompanied by samples and blank nronosais. end riving the regulations with which bidders must comply, can be ob tained by addressing F. W, Palmer, Pub lic Printer, Washington, t. C. The contracts will be entered Into for supplying such quantities of paper ss may ba needed dur'ng the year, and no more. The estimated quantities set forth lit de tail In Urn schedule cinibrlHe: SO.t'Jl) reams ms'-hiiie finish printing ttt ttr, ium. 20,600 rt-ms tnfichlna finish printing SC500 reams sized end snfwr-caiendee.t white or tinted printing paper, VHi'iuua nlzea. 400 rmi antique machlne-flnUh print- . Ing pier. 32,600 reams white writing paper, various lif.s and weight. S.SOOrrtims colored wrltln paper, v rivi.s and we.ghts. 1.100 reams cover paper, vrrlous Slse and wek'hts. y " 1fl (W) pound of beat plat fsner. Or tttft ru.iiiwla 4-f t,fat IriStl AIHT. "yO.Ood pounds superfine ' tsinirl and doniilel ci.sted trok lt.T. t.tiO r.Kiun nianila pper, va-ilou ie and weiiftiis.. M fri pound bond paper 20,M) pounds artificial psrehment, . Ta- ll.MiM iiK. 1 YW1 nni.twls inrrhment deed. la.iluO tiin.ii piated bullet patch, 18x11 In. '1,0M l.0"0 r,e(-- high-finish onion skin, 19!4 inches. I'O.Oiy) iheiii oerdbosrd. various colors. Bit. s and weights. l,iO,0')0 Sht-ets brtstul hoerd. various colors, sixes end weight. 1100 reams nYt-cls ledger paper, white or blue, laid or wove, various bites and a eights. 11.J0 re"s oon.i-cisM ledger paper, M.H or I iue, lml or wove, va- rl.ins slues and w-irl.t. g.SO resins tii.iie and copying psne:. 40 r.-an.s blotting paper, any required color end weisht. Ktl resins pUld, ni.ui.le, comb and lin Ins1 r.sor. var.n'ia elswl. - iJ resn.S typewrln-r paper, various sisfs sn.l weini.'.s. !,1!U resti.s Inner, note and quarto-post t .r. ii0r-"p while French folio, 1T3 In. lie. f Hill si . i.srchment. tKxfl Inches Proposals wlil be recolved for one thou ssn.t inii.s ur more. Kv d ieclion of th Joint Committee of Congress Wl Publlo Pr'ntlt-g. F. W. PALM FR, Public Printer WASHINGTON, D. C, Decen W 17. 3-J. ' AMI SKMi;.TS. f ? )f1 rv ; Theater t" i.T TONH311T AT mm H'DOiiSE! g Leading Drczjlsts Tell of U Wonderful Cures R3 parted ta Tfcsn. r.iuNYorrs pawpaw Tii3 Greatest Dlsconry cf tiia EB-Dnparll3l2l in tfca History of KsSIcIm. BEAD WHAT THEY SAY "I consider th druggist th never falling barometerth Nestor - of tha medicine world, Standing, a they do, next to th family physician In tha affections and confidences of the homo, their voice are really the voice of tha people. When tha drugrlst praise, ths people praise; and the remedy which win this prates, this In dorsement, has Its reputation established for all time. I am proud to soy that every where that my Paw-Paw ha keen Intro duced It ha Immediately won tha un qualified Inducement cf th drurrlst. "MLNYON." Wolf-Wilson Drog Conipaay, tst. Loola, Mo., niva Their Opinion af Paw-Paw. "Ship us two gros Immediately of Paw Paw by fant freight, se we are completely Sold out. Ws cannot afford to be without Paw-la w because the d-nmnd from our customers l conrtnnt and Imperative. "We never had a better selling prepnrn tton or one that gave a more universal satisfaction. Hurry the good along. r '(Signed.) ' WOLF-WILBON DKtlO CO., ' , "Bt. Loui. Mo." What tho Pllmoton-Covran Drag; Co. .( 3naalo gay. , 'Hurry up our order for Paw-Paw. De tnand Is increoeing and sales sre large. The new digestive tonic and sedative has quickly made a place for Itself among ths prepara tions of recognised merit. Our cougrutulu tlons to Munyon. "tHlgned.) ' PUMPTON-COWAN DRUO CO." D. ft. Dyrho A Co., tba Old Ketab llsaed aitd Vp-o-Dt Chicago Draga-i-sts. Writ aa F-Ucwi "Please thip u a-,cther l-grss hA of your Pt.w-Ta-.v Mr.el the World's To-ilc). This is o'-.r tniid trder withla one Week and the saies have ben so phe romenel and the publlo dtman to favor- fble that you ftcrtalnly have ri u-ed Paw aw with a Just title as "The Worid TonW." We wish you confljveC success, s It Is a pleaavr for us to sal r. Reparation that meets with the apr.fobtt.on of th public. May sucoee fol.ov: yu. Tour very sincerely. D. R. DYCi'fl St CO." A. M. BoMnson, tho Dfngor, M., Di;oatlt, gay Every dy' Praises . ' rwriw, . ?t hav cold g tArga nuinbe of bott)e tfJ Paw-Paw and have heird favo-r-.bl r-. ports from every sale. This . w vtgt-t bin epsin tonio is a -.iuiie loaitton to rtot. ' (unyon's well knewn cure and will ni i doubt mut with the tame tuccoss that all s of his medicines have bad. VV,nh!ng you a , continuance cf succens, I m. "ALKJUUUiii JU. JtUHiNB.1 , "Apolhecry, . "No. 1 Oranit Block, Kaugsr. i.ls." Scores of drucrgUt have sent simllur testimony end we wish w could print thvm Sli nere. uney ail join in saying miti k yon's Paw-I'aw 1 passing aJl previou rjc rrds of sale and 1 sure to take tr itml t f ail other rreparatlins. If you have dyspepsia Try It. Jf you are nervous. Try it. If you are durondent. Try It. If you era weak and run down. Try It. Cost away all tw,r, all medicines snd all stimulant and let Vunyon s .paw-Paw" mak you well. It wlil lift you Into the hin altitude r.t hope and hold you 'ii-re. It wlil give exhilaration without intoxication. Hold Py an oruKginis. ijarjje i..iu, Paw-Paw Lsativ Pills, 2io a botye. ChrC3 LenTh:. ttt CSI;:rs on. r.icGnniv, GPECIALIGT Treata all forma ol Dlseass , Sir:! OML1'. Twcnty-elt years' experience Tb doctor's remarkaot success has - .,;i-ita.l i.is rujiuuiccd and facilities tor trestin this cisss of oiseases ' . V?.. i i -k, ;) i r: are unlimited ana very oay urii.ss wr f P.atteiiug reiiort of tn good he is ai.js. : or th relief he has givnu. . im springs mATmiT f ou All Plood Prusona No "BHKAKINtl OUT" on ths skin or face and all internal sign t ins cisase disappear at once. A pr i-.-.sn.nt cur for ille guaranteoii. i (iif (iff Jr t,'ui4 guaiai.teed Ifl iritl "lf fff cases cureU of Ildrocuia, lT,.rr Btrtcture, uieet, r-ervuus 2Lliiiy, Ixjss ef eireiiSih Vltailiy and ail forms oi chronic d tease. 'iriettimsut b miL Call -irts. Pos Tlji . . ft ini.fi H'h sr ti-i.-'-a. Ne.f. i MtBKMESTS. DOYD Woodwnrd & liurgesa, Managera Tonight and Uni'il Thursday Kight ilatlne Wednesday THE SLEEPY KIIIO With Waller Joints and Cost of 7tf. Frldsy and P&turdJjy nlrhts-iecl! mat inee t.'ltistiiius Day iieguUr inatlue fcaturday 17,11. Crane IN f M ? 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