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WEATHER FORECAST. For Nebraska Ulnudy; ox. It. For Iowa Probably bhowrrs For weather report so rno .' NEWS SECTION FAG-5 1 TO I OMAHA, SATURDAY MOUSING, SKPTEMBKR 17, 1910-ISLXTEEN PAGES. SINGIJ-: COPY TWO CENTS. VOL. XL-NO. 78. 1 K PROGRESSIVES GAIN IN ILLINOIS F . onwsnwnw Standpatters Lose Three Congres sional Districti Ont of Twenty Fir in Primary Election. BOUTEIX BEATEN IN NINTH CHICAGO. Sept. W. Congressman Henry , j Sherman Boutell. who was defeated by Opponent It Supported DT KefUltr ineriy i,c votes In yexterday's primaries Uennhl ran Onranization. Y H. uansnergen, wno proclaims ...... Boutell Will Run for Congress Independently Representative Attributes His Defeat to Hired Political Liars. PRIMA DONNA FILESJX)NTRACT Chanltr Agrees to Pay Wife Twenty j Thousand Dollar Per Tear Before Marriaee. COPLEY WINS IN ELEVENTH First Avowed Insurgent Defeats; Straddler on Pactional Issues. CANNON AND FOSS Ifilr.Tw of th Thirty-Two Dem oeratle Legislators Wi Voted tar Senator Larimer Arm Rennmlnnted. CHICAGO. Boot IS. Insurg ents wera vie. torlous Id three out of twenty-five con gTssslonal dlatrlcta of I HI note In the pri mary election yesterday. Henry 8. Boutell. atandpatter republican, who haa represented the Ninth, a Chicago district, In congress for twelve yean, waa defeated by Frederick H. Gansbergen. who conducted hia campaign on an out-and-out insurgent platform. Gansbergen waa sup ported by the regular republican organisa tion. Gansbergen'a rota waa 1,684, Boutell. J. 538. Arthur West, the third candidate, received L13 rotes. In the Eleventh dlatrlct Colonat Ira C. Copley, the first man In Illinois to coma out as an Insurgent candidate, won the republican nomination over George W. Conn, who classed himself as a progressive conservative. This Beat now la occupied by Howard M. fnapp, a atandpatter. Colonel Copley carried the district by 46! votes, ac cording to the latest figures. John C. Mc-Kousie secured the republican nomination In the thirteenth district after a spirited contest with Reuben R Tiffany. Both Mcivsnsls and Tiffany denied affilia tion with the standpatters, McKenxle mak ing his csmpsig.i as a progressive, while Tiffany , exhibited eligbtly more radical views andf called himself an Insurgent. Congressman Frank O. Lowden. the present repreaentatlva from tola district has been aligned with the regulars and the selection of either Mceosl or Tiffany would have been a gala for the progressives. George Edmund. Foes, atandpatter. and head of the naval affairs eutnmlttee of the house won the republican nomination in the tenth dlatrlct by about HO votes after a hard contest In which, be waa opposed by George P. Englehaxd and Frederick C De- Lang, Insurgents. . self a progressive republican, stated today that he would run Independently. Tomor row Mr. Boutell will leave for Washington and It is believed for Beverly also. "I will rnu Independently and beat my rivals on the simple principles of responsi ble representative government," said Mr. Boutell. "I place no reliance In direct pri maries. In my district fewer than one- (third of the republican voters went to the WLSSxJio ipoii- Pure democracy always has been a failure. The Initiative and referendum. direct vote for senator these are vagaries. The Idea of 100.0u0.on0 people trying to legis late directly on subjects individually they do not understand. "The only thins; thtt might make me hes itate to run Is that I am a party man. I am willing to accede to the wishes of my party when they are honestly expressed. Yesterday they were not honestly ex pressed. The voters were misled by the statements of hired professional liars." The congressman said he had received telegrams from 111 constituents asking him to stay In the race. POWER OF ATTORNEY IS GIVEN Entire Property is Subiect to Rights of Sinsrer. MAY BE SIGNIFICANT STEP Would Be First Move in Suit to En force Trims. PROPERTY IS ENXrMERATED DoriMril -peel flea II r Masses Realty Under Unlral MorlsM Lesa Than rive Thonennd on Ear. Parcel ( La d. Mmo received mora voles' than, ills two Insurgent opponents combined. . Speaker Joseph O. Cannon was nominated In the eighteenth district by a majority closa to 1,000. Ha was oppoaad by Henry B. Down an Insurgent of hie .own city. Lea O'Neill Browns, the minority leader In the lower house of the Illinois legisla ture, who waa recently acquitted of charge of bribery in connection with the election of United States Senator William Lo rimer, was renominated for repreaenta tlva In LaSall county by a larae majority Out at thirty-two democrats In the last legists ture. who voted for William Lorlmer for senator, twenty-two were renominated yesterday. The following la a Hat. of republican and democratic nominees for congress: Republican. Dlatrlct. Democrat Martin B. Midden.. I. ..Michael K. Mnher Jamea R. Mana.... i John C. Vsughan Win. W. Wilson.... X Fred J. Crowlev Michael a. Walsh... ....J. T. McDermot L. H. Clussmann.... l....Adolph J. Sah&th wm. j. Ato-iey.... .......Kdmund J. mack Frederick Lundlnj... 7. ('rank Buchanan Daniel D. Coffey,... 1.. Thome Gallagher F. H. Oansbergen. . a Lynden Evans O. Edmund Fon...l-. Richard J. Flnnegun Ira C. Copley..; It. ...Frank O. Hawley Charles K. Fuller. .li No candidaie John C. McKensle..l. Henry S Dixon Jamea McKlnney...)C No cand date Geo. W. Prlnoe 16.. Albert F.. Bergland Joe. V. Graff Id Claude U. Stone John A. sterling;.. .jr. Russian Cholera Epidemic Moving Into Siberia lagne Which. Has Claimed Hundred Thousand Victims is Threaten in; Amur Province. 8T. PETERSBURG. Sept 16.-The chol era epidemic, which originating in southern Russia, has claimed already upwards of 100.000 victims. Is stretching Its way across Asiatic Russia and today waa officially declared to threaten the province of Amur In southeast Siberia and separated by the Amur river from Manchuria. The reports now In poaseaslon of the sanitary bureau Show total for the season of VO.m cases with , deaths. These Include the early returns for the week end- ding September IS, and the revised figure for the preceding week. Complete reports for the week of September 4 to M elu sive, are lacking, but too totals for' the seven days at hand are 7,568 eases -with &67 deaths. Tha totals for the preceding week are 13,130 eases with COS? deaths. Yesterday there wera fifty-four new cases and nineteen, eases ia thsxity of ft. peters In Us second dt-tric Cwnirrrascaaa gUR, UuTg. ' aia brtfcga -tlx. ts-atMa.'tfT-. 'Qsg tl up to 1708 cases- wltb UXXil doatha. The totals In the aggregate snow A falling eft of cases and deaths. Allen T. Gow Dies on Train Chief Clerk in District Clerk's Office Suddenly Stricken in Illinois Allen T. Gow, chief clerk In the office of the clerk of the district court, died suddenly yesterday afternoon on a railroad train near Kewanee, lit Mr. Gow was returning to Omaha from a month's vaca tion In his boyhood home In Mains and waa expected to arrive in Omaha today. While Mr. Gow was known to be an Invalid, word of hla death cams as a shock to Robert Smith and others In the court house offices. Mr. Gow had been a clerk In the district clerk's office for six teen years, having taker position there under Alvln Frank In W. Mr. Gow had been a mllarly employed In the office of the clerk of the dlatrlct court of Lancaster .'.Louis Fltzhenry I county before coming to Omaha to reside Jos. O. Cannon 14 Wm. I.. Cundiff Mr. Gow waa known to have a weak Wm. B. MrKlnley..l. T. C. Gradvl . -. ,ki. ir.tlr -,1th the -urirfen James H. Dansain...30.....Henry T. Ralney H Clay Wilson a.. .'James M. Graham Wm. A. Rodenberg.22... Brills A. Campbell I. H. Jov tl... 'Martin D. Foster P. T. Chapman ...H. Robert Fowler N. B. Thlstlewood.. Wm. D. Lyvrle Renomluaied. ORB COXTCST IX W&SHIXGTOM Komphrtos Noaslaoted for Coasreas 1 M Foes ot the Beta roe. SEATTLE. Waah.. Sept. la Unofficial aad Incomplete returns from the First con gressional district show that William E. Humphrey, atandpatter, received iJS votes mors than the neoossary 40 per cent of the total vote. The provision of the stats ..rlmai y law, which requires electors to mark the second choice when tha eandldatea number four or more, gives an opportunity to contest the Domination. , Thousands of 'voters, chiefly Humphrey men, did not mark their second choice, and tho ballot were not thrown out. Thomas P. Revelle. an Insurgent, declares that he will contest the nomination. Judge W. W. Black of Everett, the demo cratic nominee, will begin bis campaign tonight with a speech In Seatt'.e. He hopes for Insurgent support, but Miles Poindex ter. the state Insurgent leader, haa already advised the Insurgents not to bolt tha Judge, skip nominations made by the machinu that haa Juat been destroyed, and It Is be lieved that it Humphrey finally receives tha republican nomination he will not be openly opposed by the Insurgents. ness ot his death, leads to the belief that heart failure caused the end. Mr. Gow is survived by a mother and sister who reside in this city, a brother In the postal service who Uvea la South Omaha, a sister In Lincoln and another brother In Nebraska City. The Omaha brother will go to JCewanee this morning. NEW YORK. Sept. K The pre-nuitial agreement between Robert Winthrop Chanler of this city and his bride. Lins Cavallerl, the prima donna of Paris, was filed today In the office of the register of New York county. Madame Cavallerl's full name Is given as Natallna Cavalier, spin ster, an Italian subject, resident In Paris, After defining the purpose of the agree ment as designed to remove all doubts that might exist owing to the different national ltles of the principals as to the law govern Ing their mutual property-rights the docu ment proceeds to state that "In considers tlon of the sum of one dollar paid and said intended marriage" Chanter shall assign to hia wife all his real estate, all his interest !n the estate of the late Mrs. Laura Delano, subject to a mortgage of about rttO.OOO, -for her sols and separate use absolutely." For the same consideration of one dollar and the Intended marriage, the bridegroom "doth further covenant" to pay hla wife 120,000 a year In four quarterly Installment-, "all payments free from Income or other taxes." and "for the purpose of securing the payment of the said yearly sum" Llna Cavallert Is constituted "his true and law ful attorney Irrevocable" to collect the rents and profits. Should the in corns from tho real estate Tmm msafflcient at any time to oar tbs 0.090 yearly agreed on a second power of attorney Is conferred to govern tha Income payable, from tbs fund held In trust for him ay tha Now York Life and Insurance Trust- seen pan y. Should this additional In- con still prove Insufficient a third -power ot attorney ts conferred to govero the In corns from the fund, held ha trust by Ue Vnion Trust company. With tho waoepUoa of uiees -details the Sgreewenr H se-tftb. taws, tho r0ertjr4 each ot the principals "snail remain, tho separata property and under the solo con trol of each of them and furthermore that their status1 and capacity generally- shall be governed by the laws of tha stato of New York.- '. , " If Mrs. Chanler cared to attempt to com pel her husband to carr yout the terms ot his prenuptlal cotnract, the filing of the original here today by her lawyers would be her first step In her effort to Interpose her rights between htm and hla creditors, who. It Is supposed, will contest the agree ment. The document not only confers the sweep ing powers enumerated above, but It lists. parcel by parcel, all the real estate takan under Its control. Appended to tha list Is the following clause: "And all other realty rif any) fnn nlng part of the share of the above named Rob ert Winthrop Chanler, of and In the estate of th lata Mrs. Laura Delano, subject to a mortgage of SM0.00O, or thereabouts. And ail his right, title and Interest therein, but subject to the mortgages thereon." An. Incumbrance" of fi 40,400 on tha thirty pieces of New York real estate listed would amount to less than 15,000 on each parcel. The agreement is dated May U and signed and witnessed tn the presence of Hanson C. Coxe, deputy consul general of the United States at Paris. It. Is written In English, on parchment made In London. Before his marriage to Mme. Cavallerl, Robert Chanler married Miss Julia Cham berlain, from whom ha Is divorced and by that marriage there are two children. Dorothy, years old, and Julia, X now living with their mother. Flam ! ( " FT " : - - " ( j 1 ! i - . lU.-i Wm rtr s 'Iff mm &m &kMiMm I . r - vii i'3 s I ST" T- A-mV -.lM.. . ,y a.a, ...g- , . From the Cle land Plain Dealer. """ GOVERNOR GIVES WAY TOJtAULMAN Shallenbergcr Yields th: Democratit Nomination and Also Pulls Off Populist Tirket. SENDS LETTER TO .CHAIRMAN Offers Services to State Committee in Coram? Fiht. SAYS BITTERLY DISAPPOINTED Thinks Longer Delay on His Part Would Iniurc Party. FINDS DOUGLAS RUMORS UNTRUE Knya He Has 'atlaflcd 11 1 marl f and Friends thet Stories of Irrenmlorl tles In Omahn Were Wlth sat Foantlntlnn. "And, then, the first year we can get along without an auto." STOCK YARDS TO RAISE RATES Permit to Double Switching Charges is Granted. STATE C0JOHSSI0N MAZES ORDER Rallroaida Meet Aheorb the Advance or Show Caaee Why They Shoold Hot Do- to Oa- or Before Ootobor 24. (From a Staff Correspondent) " ' , , LINCOLN, Sept. l.-( Special.) The Stale Railway commission has- granted the re quest of the Union stock yards ot South Omaha to Increase Its switching rates and it haa ordered that the charges be ab sorbed by tho railroads Interested. The order takes effect October 24. The ra.fl roads have until October 17 1 to make a showing ageiost tbs order. .Testimony ieie. taken on seeraraeasloha "mHh!--e, tho rr-u,ltd. ''t N'hlrk' okl- fourteen miles Fatally Wounds Two Men and Attacks Girl Seventeen-Year-Old Boy Held in Con nection with Triple Tragedy in Oklahoma Lynching Feared. . NEWKIRK. Okl., Sept 16. After leaving her father, J. N. Shepherd, and her brother, .Taylor Shepherd, unconscious In soother room, an unidentified man who entered tne Shepherd horns here last night went to the bed room of Taylor Shephard's 13-year-oid daughter and attacked the girl. The as sailant escaped. - A vigilance committee' has been orga.).ed to aesrch the town. The men probably v are fatadly Injured. 'The girl will recover. ARKANSAS ClTT. Kan., Sept It-J. W. Shepherd, father of tha 13-year-old gfrl as- DEATH DCE TO DEADLY DRUG (From a' Fteff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, tippt". U.lUpeclnl. Gov ernor Shallenbeiger has cuncedrd tha nomination of J nines 0. lXihlman for gov ernor on the democratic tlckft; li.ia filed ! his declination of the populist nomlna ! tlon and has offered his service to the democratic state committee. The governor came to hN decision .not to g" Into court to conteHt the nomina tion of Imhlma.i after the conclusion of tho recount In I'ouglas county and after a conference with some of Ills friend there. Several of tho executive's close advisors Insisted even up until today thai he go into court, and there Is evry rnson to beiiove that several days ago he had about determined to taxo such action. When the official return. were received at the office of the secretar vcf stato they showed that Pahlmun had secured tne nomination by 304 votes. Before tha State Canvaaalng board h.vl an oppor tunity to meet the governor asked that t..e cotes be recounted In fourteen coun ties. When hs heard of this Mayor Dahl man aked that the voies bo I counted In forty-two counties and Invited the gov ernor to Join with him in askl!;u , r a CALKS POWERS 19 SOMIXATED Defeats Cooatreeaouia Edwards by Mere Tksa Eleven Tkaawas. BARBOUR VILLE, Ky.. Sept. 1. -Complete returns from yesterday's eleventh district confreseiooal primary . show that Caleb Powers dWeotod Representative D. C. Edwarda fjr the republican nomination U.J9S votes. Powers Issued a statement to day Wi hfcra be sWoared that the big aiajoruy aas v iodic auon af hla past political career. rowita katr.'s roa (oxurem PHILIPPINE JRADE GROWS T raffle with Catted States Ioercaaws 4 Per Cent First Year I der New Tariff. WASHINGTON. Sept It-Trade between the United Statea and the Philippine Islands Increased II per cent dut ing the first year's operation of the new tariff law. according to Department of Com merce and Labor statistics. The new tariff law provides fd the tree Interchange of merchandise between those Islands snd the L' sited Statea On July a last the Uv had been In ef fect one year. The total Imports from tha 1. amis In th.it year were fls.tl7.3T3, an In crease of about U per cent over the pre ceding year. Total exports to ths Islands were 117,517, STi, an Increase of about 10 per cent. Chief among the Imports were sugar, ma nlla hemp, cigars snd cigarettea, copra and fibres. Sugar Increased from K.uUO.OuO In 1Mb to S&.C00.0U8 In 1310. The principal ex ports to the Islands were Iron and steel manufactures, cotton cloths, flour, boots, shoes, etploeives, meal and dairy product. TUBERCULOSIS CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD IN ROME International Meetla Will EVa la Rome la September of Jfsat Year. WASHINGTON. Sept 11 Official an nouncement that the seventh International congress on tuberculosis will be held in Rome, Italy, September H to H, 111. waa made today from the headquarters of ths National Association for tha Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. Ths congress, which meets every three years, was last held In Washington In 1908. It ts expected that an American commit tee of 100 will be appointed as ths official body representing the United Statea. Esti mating on the present rata of Increase, the national association announces that tha American committee will be abla to give a most flattering report at the congress They will be able to announce that ths number of antl-tubercuioate agencies in the United States haa tripled in the last three years; that more than twice aa much money Is being spent In the fight against con sumption by private societies and Institu tions, and thai the appropriations for tuber culosis work by the federal, stats, munld pal and couaty authorities have quadru pled. Now Jeews-i tassd Hennas I nation. PLAIN FIELD. N. J.. Sept. W-Judga Orders Roast Beef, Gets Chicken, Says It's Pigeon Alleging that bo had ordered ehlcken and i "When tbs chicken appeared before him. the waiter brought him plgeoa. Jim Berger. Berger let out a loud exclamation. cousin tt Sam B rger. JeftrW manager, , "Chicken! Do you call that chicken?" he got Into Uouble at Kopald s restaurant Shouted. "That am t any chicken, scout; Thursday evening. In ths first place, Ber- j that's a pigeon. It might bo a canary, but ger says, ha ordered a cut of rare reset never a chicken." beef. I Vary much put out, ths waiter insisted oa ! We are all out of roast beef. said tho ' Berger eaung the chicken, or pigeon, sr William N. Runyon of Union county was waiter, "but ne have soma nice chicken." canary anyhow. Finally he announced that this afternoon nominated for congress by ' Hum! I a' pose if I ordered turkey you'd the cuetonter could leave ths morsel un ths republicans of the Fifth congressional i advise ma to take rabbit.' rem ou rked Ber- , touched If he chose, but be must pay for It district defeating Charles N. fowler, a g- "Well, go ahead and trot tha Berger ended up at tho pollco static. teenbes of tbs present congress. chicken. irvcUaroitsiy ooaBflalala r roads and 'taov UndlketJr n com parry ap pearing tn opposition to the proposed In crease, and considerable effort was made to learn ths true value of tha stock yards. . Inasmuch,' however, as tha values of the property of tha coippaax as fixed by the company and by Engineer Hurd were very far , apart tha commission did - not take this Item Into account in permitting the In. crease In rates. The request was granted because the commission - believed the charges desired to be made by the stock yards were reasonable and Just for the service performed and in Una with charges made by the railroads one against the other. In the matter of the value the com mission held that the charges are not yet sufficient to guarantee a proper return on the lnveatment as found by the parties In vestigating; On this subject the commission said. Commissioner Wlnnett writing the decision: "Ths evidence submitted as to the value of the property was conflicting, that found by the applicant being 12.591.380, while the experts employed by the commleslon re ported It to be 11.7 ,719. Ths principal dif ference was In the real estate, the value found by the applicant being 11.273.W0 and that of the commission's experts tOTl.-IDg. It la clear that the Increases asked for by tha applicant will not take care of depredation and pay a fair return on either of the values placed on the property at ths hear ing. "By reason of the foregoing and for the further reason that the commission Is at present engaged In the valuation of the various railroad properties In ths state, In cluding tha terminals In South Omaha and Omaha, adjacent to applicant's property. It Is deemed proper to defer the fixing ot a value on applicant's property until such tlms as tha commission shall havo received and considered all evidence that may bo offered regarding the values of tho ad joining railroad properties. With ths exception 'of tho rates charged for ths switching of T.ni of live stock, which was Increased from 7g cents to H. all of tha Items In the order are new rates. Tho order of tho ccmmlssCon provides the following rates: First For live stock rvjeived from or de livered to connecting lines, Jl per car. Second For cars loaded witn cinders or rubbish and cars loaded for Omaha proper, 12 per car. Third ror grain ana other commoditlea from connecting lines delivered lo the Up dike elevator, U per car. For commoditlea other than grain delivered from the Lpdlae elevator to connecting lines, 12 per car. r ourtn f or cars ordered and placed for loading, but not used and returned empty, 3 per car. Fifth For locomotives and passenger equipment delivered direct from one con necting line to another connecting line or received from or delivered to a connecting line, IB per car (or locomotive). Provided that a tariff tn conformity herewith, canceling all conflicting Issues, shall have first been published and filed with the commission. "It Is further ordered that the switch ing charges herein authorised, except on car ordered and placed for loading, but not used, shall be absorbed by tha con nerttng carrier for which service Is per formed. In all eases where freight charges amount to fifteen dollars 15 per car or more, and where freight charges amount to less than fifteen dollars (115 per car. such portions ot switching charges shall be absorbed as will leave carrier tha same net revenue as would accrue to it after absorption of such switching charge out of a freight charge of flteeo dollars (116) per car. "It la further ordered that all connecting carriers af'eeted by this order may ap pear la the office at the commission on Mondey, October 17, 1910. and show cause. If any there bo, why tho same should not. become effective aa o foresaid." sotttn of here, todsy died aa the result of his injuries at tha hands ef the assailant, according to a report by telephone from Newklrk at noon. The brother of ths girl, Taylor Shepherd, Is In a serious condition, an If Is ' Believed" oanriot llvs. The two men. It' la said, were almost cut to pieces with an axe and a hatchet before the as sault waa committed. The girl, said to have been half-witted, was badly choked. Walter Caasady, a 17-year-old boy of Newklrk, Is under arrest and excitement runs high. Leidy to Ask for Chiefs Removal Has Gone to Lincoln to Consult with Governor Shallenberger on the Matter. J. M. Leldy, district superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league,, left for Lincoln Friday afternoon to demand of Governor' Shallen berger that Mayor Dahlman be required to remove Ch!ef Dmahue from ths head of the Omaha police deonrtment. Mr. Leidy aays if the governor refuses to act he will, on behalf nf the league.' bring a mandamus suit and compel the governor to ask for the chiefs removal. The Anti-Saloon league- la making Mavor uahlraan the. principal figure in the fight Under the charter of tha city of Omaha. Mr. -Leldy aays, ths mayor has the power to remove the chief from office upon proof that he haa not carried out hla duties. He says ths league stands ready to furnish such proof. In this case ths members of the Board of Fire and Police commissioners are left out entirely. Mr. Leldy contends that the mayor has ths power to remove the chief regardless of ths board, which has abso lutely no voles In the matter. Mr. Leidy says the league haa SttO worth of liquor stored In Omaha, paid for at the rata of M a month, for ths simple reason that It Is Impossible for the league officials to secure a trial of cases pending In the Douglas county district court. The eountv officers. Mr. Leldy says, are indifferent and will not act He asserts that he haa asked the assistance of the county at tomey s orr.ee. but that he has been suavely put off. The league's rases are held off and held off until It la Impossible to bring In evidence. Expert in Crippea Case Says Alleged Victim Was Poisoned. MORE THAN HALF GRAIN IS GIVEN Derfth Came Within Honr of Time It Was Administered Fnehlonnbly Dressed Women Crowd tho Conrt Room. LONDON. Sept. 18. Dr. William Henry Wilcox, scientific analyst to the home office, who discovered a deadly drug In the body found In the home ot Dr. Haw ley H. Crlppen, took the stand when the trial of the doctor and his typist Ethel Clara Le- neve, for the murder of the former's wife! was continued today and swore that death was duo to poison. The physician described the nature of tha medium used and said that from a quarter to half a grain would prove fatal. He had found two-sevenths of a grain after a lapse of from four to eight months and Judged that mors than halt a grain had been ad ministered. .. He found no . other cause of chairmji-n J. C. Byrnes of the democratic! ceatn ana expressed the opinion mat tne lUte committee, follows: ' victim survived the dose one hour or more. "SEPTEMBER 16, 1S10 Desr Sir: Since Before Dr. Wilcox was cslled the crown (ne rcount ,Rkc(1 for by me ln cerUR Introduced medical testimony to corroborate COuntles has shown that Mayor Dahlman that given on Wednesday by Prof. Augustus :haa be,n cnc.e tmj nomlnet, ot tha J. Pepper, pathologist of the University ef democratic party of Nebraska for governor. London, who swore that the body had been ;unur 1he prlmary ,aw of the Btate. i wrlta ui-iiiviiiusrifru uy one iirauiar nnn tnrj , u.r i enni. ,iu ,. nu niiui iii j i Hint, iii .uiuui nut; nun iuj science Of anatomy. int.ter-enf --ri at th tl-n h. reen..r. ... The unpleasant character of the testimony i. fo f .hllll -.,.,. frfh.r . th at the last session did not deter the curious ! .... , .,, , ,, . r ., , ,K from struggling to get Into the Bow street !, of democra,ic tlrhet and tne police court today and the section appor-gct((1 of the pRrty , the future whe recount, of the entire state. Th-2 Invita tion waa not accepted. The canvsjsalng board hegn.-. a work while the Douglas county recuui. ..m Ir progress, and the governor, with the as slstance of Attorney General Thompson, secured several a.Uournments In order to wait for the final report of that county. Three membera of the board Insisted thst county boards had no authority to re count the ballots and signed ths election tabulation, while the governor and at torney general withheld their names. Then came tha decision ot the Douglas county " dlatrlct court that tht 'recount was legal. Since that time the Stats Can vaslng board has taken no further ac tion. By the recount ln ths various' counties Governor Shallenberger gained 107 votes. His statement, which Is a letter to tloned to the public was again crowded. I Th- ., ..- . i . i - m i.aiiiuiiBuij ummu women ana I IIP SB Master BnUkero EJeet Officers. BALTIMORE, eepc IS. orncers were elected today for tha ennulng year at the annual convention of the National Asi cmtiun of Master Bakers aa follows: Pres ident. Paul bcnulse of Chicago, vice preel dent. M. J. Mulgrew of Dubituue. In.; treasurer. Charles . Abbott of Xew Yarn. CAMPBELL HAS NEW TOM-TOM Some Good Indlnn Hna B- ui- Renl Indian Tom-Tons that Ho Star Dent. W, A. Campbell need no longer sound th. tom-tom tn a purely metaphorical wav IThere arrived Friday at the publicity bureax or me commercial ciuo an Indian drum of ths kind named, sent by Chief Lone Bear a Shoshone Indian tn Wyoming, who has long been a friend of Mr. Campbell. a recount of the forty counties Mayor thoughtfully removed their hats that those seated behind them might not miss a move of the trembling girl In the dock or of her companion In duress,' whose Jaunty air only adds to th morbid Interest In the case. the nomination, the time is too short and a longer delay can but result In Injury to lour party and to the benefit of our oppo nents, the republicans. The recount ln Dcugloa county consumed Dr. Wilcox, whoso evidence was severely! ,,,. . , , , nh.u.i . ' sible thing that could havo occurred under technical, was tn the witness box for four the circumstances. The gain of 107 votes hn.tr. Rntieit-n A,h,i XT-. . U I conducting the case for the defense, closely' , ."' . . 1 1 """liln my cross-examined ths witness, but elicited "'" s.a aae nothing fresh. I " '" major- Inspector Dew of Scotland Yard then ' mn tmlun" " 11 PPrea at mk th. t.. !?.!i;th. time I mu.lc the application. It ha. Leneve with the object of showing that she repeatedly said that she believed what- tAnk th. -r.n.4 him a few question, on behalf of Miss i! I"? ' "Y" . .1, no. j in 9iitie iicKei, m over Crlppen told her. "She did not men tion Crlppen to me," the detective replied, teniber Tl. MEXICO DEDICATES that it has satisfied my friends and tho people of Nebraska generally that t he many rumors alleging frauds and unfair- The case was then adjourned until Sep- war. nntrus. Whllo mi is yuBQj.nu nisi a migni sirii nope to I win the. nomination In a legal battle, be Icause of Irregularities and terhncalltles shown in ths recount In Dnuo-liu i-mmiv r INDEPENDENCE MONUMENT l0 not car" Tar a Tictorv th4t ' to b w" :ln that manner, and I think mors of tho Event Crowns the Celebration of the rplfar" ot theparty and of the many friends Centennial of tha Notion's Birth. of mine, who are candidates this year, than I do of any personal ambition of my own, or disappointment became of a seeming rs- MEXICO CITY, Sept 11 Mexico Pdlatlon my administration, crowned ths celebration of Its centennial Keenly Dl-apnolnted. day with the dedication of a monument "This la going to be a democratic year to ths Independence of the republic There and I want to see Nebraska ln line with th was a grand parade from the national nation and I shall do what I can to heir. v. v. .... iiiuuiiment in the beautiful Paxso Reforma, midway be tween this city and Chepultepec, where the ceremonies were held. New Englanders Nervous and Lank Because of Diet DETROIT. Mich.. Sept ll-Well cooked vegetables, rice and meat as opposed to New England mince pie and Boston baksd beans, haa made tha "graceful, self-controlled Turk the superior of the nervous, lank New Englander." This waa the con ten (Ion laid down be fore the Mississippi Valley Medical asso ciation by Dr. Fenton B- Turck of Chicago. put has mors to do with, tbs fsMng ef I you and the splendid organization which you so ably command to win a sweeplnig victory ln this rtate this fall. There Is no use for me to say to you that I have no WOMAN WRECKS AEROPLANE r"". Ito keep on fighting for good government u. Wife of Head of Aviation Conapnayjl have In the past, and lior the triumph of Slightly Hart While Trying to ,demo-iatic principles In this state. Thla ts one of the moat Important crtxea that has ever confronted the demociatlc party and we should all pull together for demo cratic, success. "We have a United States senator to elect, a state legislature and six congress men, besides a representative lot of men who are nominated for the state offices. It Is one of the strongest tickets that our party has presented In many years. In Mr. Hitchcock we have a splendid type of the public servant who deserves promotion to the high office to which he now aspires because of good service that he haa done ln the past. He ts entitled to the united support of all those who stand for good government and for the Interests of the great mass of the people. Our eandldatea for congresa are all splendid men who can be trusted and It Is because ot the Interests of these gentlemen and many others, who have been my former friends and support ers that I write to you aa chairman of our party organization and ask you to show m where I can fight from now on until the polls elose ln November so that 1 may bent help them and you, and I am ready to respond to any demands ou may make upon me to the best ot my ability. I know the democrats of Nebraska have every confidence In youraeif, your vice chali-inun. Mr. Oruenther, and secretary, Mr. Mat thews, and I exiM-ct t be able to congratu late you and the d.mocrallvl jaity after the battle Is over. "Wl tuiuc.- of my couJaued. regard. Lenrn tn Drive. MINEOLA, L. I.. Sept. H.-Mrs. Ralsche. wife of the head of an aeroplane company bad ths distinction today to figure In the first accident to an aeroplane driven by a woman at the, aviation grounds here. Mrs. Ralsche came out on the field this morning for tha Initial try. which, with beginners, consists of what Is known as "grasB cutting" or skimming the field. She had gone perhaps a mile when the nose of the machine was Jammed Into the ground, smashing the forward control. Mrs. Ralsche was thrown out but was not seri ously Injured. great men or tbs deteriorating of th hu man race to tha level of the brute I haa anything else." declared Dr. Turck. "Compare that armor-plate mine pie diet Indulged In by all America with the two sane meals a day that ara enabling Turkey lo produce th finest specimens of physical manhood tn tha world. Mines pie and beans are bringing about rac de terioration ast aioa in conoecucut and Mains."