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t TO WAKE TEST
j OF AN 101 LAW
Relief Department Contract Is
to Be Finally Tested
Thn Burlington has carried to the
supreme court of the United States a
case growing out of the operation of
its relief department which Involves
the constitutionality of most of the
workmen's compensation laws now in
force under consideration in the vari
ous states. The case will be argued
soon. The appeal is intended to test
the constitutionality of the Iowa law,
which provides that no contract shall
interfere with the right to bring suit.
The regulations of the relief depart
ment provide that In case of injury a
member may elect to accept the bene
fits or to prosecute his claim at law.
Acceptance of the benefits, however,
operates as a release and satisfaction
(of all claims.
In the case involved, Charles L.
Maculre became a member of the re-
lief department, membership being
voluntary, on November 20, contrib
uted 85 cents. He elected to accept
benefits and was paid $822. He af
terwards sued the company for dam
ages, the lower court finding for the
A is one of the things
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for Ladies are the only 0
can knit the fit right into
railroad company. This was reversed
and remanded by the Iowa supreme
court and on a second trial judgment
was given for $2,000, which has now
been carried up to the federal
The railroad company is contesting
the Iowa law on the ground that It
j violates the fourteenth amendment,
which provides that no state shall de
prive any person of life, liberty or
property without due process of law,
or shall deny to any person within
its jurisdiction the equal protection
of its laws.
The question as to the constitu
tionality of many compensation acts
is involved indirectly, as nearly all
these measures provide for the pay
ment of fixed sums in case of injury,
with the choice of acceptanre or suit.
If the supreme court decides the Iowa
law is valid most of these workmen's
compensation propositions will be
null and void, as they provide that
election to accept the benefits pro
vided waives the right to sue. It also
affects all the relief departments
maintained by the various railroads.
"I do not believe there Is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpln, Junction
City, Oregon. This remedy Is also
unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by F. G. Frl ke & Co.
our business is
we give constant thought
and labor to.
Not m erely increasing
the volume of our sales
that may or may not bean
something more in business
than merely making money
out of it.
If we couldn't render this
community a service by
conducting this store we'd
get out of the business.
Just now we're selling a
great many high and con
vertable collar overcoats
from S15 to $22.50, mcstly
grays, tans and brovns.
Thise vajues are good
enough to make us life long
Step in some day this
week, we'll treat you right;
won't make you feel that
you have to buy.
Ihe Home of Hurt, Shaffntr if
Manhattan IShiiig Stdmn llatu
$1.25 to $4 SO
BY MSB 1 25,000
Entie EejjuS'icaa SiaTs Ticket
E'eotcd in Itinska.
TOTAL V3TE WILL EE LIGHT.
With To-Third3 of State Tabulated
Aldrich Has Lead Over Dahlman of
Twenty Thousand Both House of
Omaha, Nov. 10. Chester II. Aid
rich ot David City has been elected
governor of Nebraska by- the large st
off year plurality given in Nebraska
in many years. His plurality over
Dahlman will not be less than 23.',oe.
The last off year 'election In Nebraska
was won by Sheldon In 190G, when Ills
plurality over Shallonberger was a lit
tle more than 12.000.
Rot urns so far compiled I:;'.Io:Ul
that the entire Republican state tlcki
has been elected.
Vote on Senator.
In the preferential vote for Fn!.''.
State senator, Cllbert M. FitcWk
has defeated Senator Elmer .1. liui-l ti
by a majority in the neighborhood nl
2Vi00. Iii'.rlieock curried Lo-i'tla
county by upwards of 9,000, wM'.e w
kett was givMi only ini'joiity i.i
The total vote is HgVt. and on goy
error will hatv'ly rim above r;!i,u.i().
Wilh two thirds of this vote tabulated.
li:ehdlnt Dri!"l;'.3 county, n:d rot in
c'mlinz l.nnnster, where th r t-inis
are not yet complete, Aldrlrh h::s a
lead over rnhlmali of 20,00;). The p:o
clncts of I nnonster comity reported
give Aldr'ch 2,200. The vote still to
be tabulated 'Aill increase the Ion tl for
Legislative returns nre still lreo:ii
p'ete, hut It lool-.s as if both houses
will be Democratic.
Vote on Covcrnor.
The reti'.'.-rn on governor so fur as
tabulated show the following (h all
cases when the number of precincts
is not given the vote is for the county
complete, but unofficial):
Aid- Dahl- Shel- Sl.al'-
County. rich. man. den. b'fier
Adams, 1.... 113 101 12) 113
Antelope, 11. H33 42 81 ti 03i!
Banner 171 47 182 Ii3
Bhlne 214 122 22S 1 4 J
Boone 1.808 1,091 1.323
Cox nuite ... 59S 431 Gf,9 (ISO
Boyd ....... 948 fiOti 9(19 890
Buffnlo 2.1170 1,853 2,448 2 39')
Burt. 10 S92 CI 2 l,03fi 812
BtJt'er 1.4S0 2.024 1,384 2.192
C::r.s. 4 292 148 3119 178
Cltaee ;,34 191 2S0 472
Chiyenre, ., 47 r,3 27 i'2
Cay 2..1'8'1 1.37.: 1 827 2.0M
Coirux C7'.l 1 1''- 1.157 l.'-'s::
CnmlnK, 230 4-.i; 2S) 4 11
Custer, 4 C38 337 CS Gil
Dakota 535 615 750 690
Dawes, 7.... 779 f.38 751 fi53
DawRon 2.115 1,189 1,848 2,014
Deuel 218 185 532 3S2
Dlron 1 7fM 1 234 1,131
Dod.ee 2,Hi:S 2.305 2.3S1 2.725
Donslus 9.24.". !7,r,3u 13,r40 Ifi.L'ii:',
rundv, 15.... 481 234 532 ?.7
Fiinvia 1X58 813 1,314 1.725
Ihyes 017 153 382 2 Si)
Jefli'rso!) .... 1,351 1,390 1,908 1.83.1
Johnson .... 1,184 1.097 1.322 1,180
Kearney .... 1,358 645 1,031 1,136
Keith 370 317 372 3i,2
Fillincfe, 2... 57) 323 519 484
Franklin, 8.. 435 382 487 471
Gi'Ke 3,116 2.790 3,606 3,294
Carfleld 234 90 367 373
Oranl Ill 73 98 95
Greeley 732 779 662 1,107
Hall, 4 282 662 427 605
Hamilton. 11. 1.066 524 753 820
Harlan, 11... 669 370 510 757
Hitchcock, 11 634 334 517 5(i0
Howard 1,071 993 915 1,460
Kimball 2612 7 225 115
Knox 1,618 1.602 1,858 2,1 11
Lincoln, 9.... 429 258 380 428
Losnn 207 81 147 147
Madison, 22. 1,666 1,686 2,037 1,910
Merrick .... 1.208 966 1,128 1,124
Nance, 6.... 508 293 4S8 1S8
Nemaha .... 1.573 1.173 1,581 1,688
Nuckolls 1.681 1,016 1,508 1,528
Otoe, 1 192 199 220 188
Pawnee 1 "33 910 1,457 1,171
Perkins 339 1 17 254 255
Thelps 1,687 6!3 1,447 1.221
Pierce 80 1 1,162 1.01 1 1,119
Polk 1,r,3l in 1,1 !3 1.2S2
rirtte, 2 293 311
Red Willow.. 1,1. "8 7?2 1.229 1,335
Richardson. 6 ""5 3?8 T78 737
Richardson, 1 1'7 12' 1"6 1.!l
Rock, 12 3"'l 122 371 283
SalltiH 1 -, 2 U? 1 901 2.351
Sarpy 7'T 1.07 Ki'2 1.117
Saunders, 2.. I 127 2'!2 187
Scott's r i -.:. n" 22 gm
Seward 1 1,:.? 1,1.38 2.137
Sherman .... 758 C'.S 766 917
Sioux. 1 fl 65 63
Stanton 5'1 572 752 872
Thpyer 1.5M 1,568 1.638 ISM
Thomaa , li'l 66 101 124
Thurston .... 718 677 805 734
Valley 1.224 7 3 1,001 1,093
Washington 1.151 1,210 1,498 1,558
Wayne 1,033 917 1,258 1,932
64 counties. 97,781 71.775 79 863 80,403
Nebraska In Congress.
First district J. A. Magulre (Dem.)
Second C. O. Lobeck (Dem.).
Third J. P. Utta (Dem.).
Fourth Charles II. Sloan (Rep.).
Fifth George W. Norrls (Rep).
Sixth Mosci P. Klnkild (Rep.).
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An especially medicated pre
paration for corn huskers
25C PER BOTTLE
Manufactured and sold ex
F. 6. FR1GKE & GO.
Druggists and Kxpert Pill
THE REHLL STORE
Two Improved farms In Seward
(entity at $85.00 per acre, one-third
cash, balance 10 years at 5 per cent
A 320-acre farm, well Improved,
adjoining Imperial, in Chaso county.
Price $12,500; cash and time. Also,
1,144 acres 2i acres fine farm land,
160 cultivated, new house, well, wind
mill, cistern, water piped, and other
improvements. Must bo sold soon.
Price only $12.50 per acre; this Is
given us as a great bargain.
320 acres, near Litchfield, Nebras
ka, finely Improved, fine piece of
alfalfa. Price $16,500.
Twelve farms In Cheyenne county
at from $10 to $30 per acre.
A highly Improved ranch of 1,060
acres, 15 miles from Ord at $20,000,
easy terms. 320 acres highly Im
proved, seven miles from Ord at $65
Two well Improved farms In Lan
caster county at $100 per acre.
Windham Investment & .Loan Co.
11-10-whly Plattsmouth, Neb.
Married by 15ev. (Jaile.
, A (juiet wedding was celebrated
this morning by Itev. L. W. Gade,
! pastor of the Presbyterian church, at
his residence on North Third street,
when he united In marriage,
Mr. Elbert Cecil Trlppand and Amy
Breeze Christie, both of South
Omaha. The young people were ac
companied by the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christie. The
party came down from South Omaha
last evening and were guests of the
; Riley hotel. They found their way
to the county Judge's office this
morning and procured the necessary
license, then proceeded to Rev.
Cade's residence, the parties being
members of the Presbyterian church
In their home city.
Will Take a Second View.
Mr. Lcrt Pollock received a letter
from Major W. P. Burnham, of Fort
Omaha, informing Mr. Pollock that
the committee would be down and
examine the site for the target range
again before many days. Adjutant
General J. C. Hartlgan will also visit
Plattsmouth at the same time and
view the proposed site. The state
militia will use the target range as
well as the United States troops, and
General Hartlgan will be consulted
before the final selection Is made.
The fact that General Hartlgan Is a
former Plattsmouth citizen leads us
to hope the general will not be averse
j to casting his vote for this point.
at the C, B. & Q. Freight Depot. The
highest market price paid. Bring in
Clarinda Poultry, Butter & Egg Co.
nnnnni i imtio
Sta G3h:ot Is Es-Elcciel
EAISS 1:1 RURAL DISTRICTS.
Remainder of Republican State Ticket
Elected by Big Majorities Legisla
ture Republican and Progressives
Claim Control of Party Caucus.
Dog Moines, Nov. 10. It is certain
now that Iowa elected all Kepublicun
state officials and that Governor Cur
roll will remain In office another
term. The returns tabulated from
practically every county in the state
show that Carroll received Hbout 12,
000 majority over Porter.
For half a day the Republicans had
practically given it up, because li
seemed from the early reports from
the cities that the Carroll vote had
been cut nn immense amount. The re
mainder of the Republican state tieUet
has majorities ranging up to 50.0(H).
The Democrats elected I. S. Peppor
to congress from the Second district.
Complete returns from the Fourth ("is-
GOVKRVOU Tl. F. CARROLI
trie t show that Ilaugen has been elect
ed to congress with a majority of
about fifty. The Democrats concede
Claude R. Porter, the Democratic
candidate for governor, led In the
cities, returns from which were the
first received, but when the rural dis
tricts begnn to make returns Porter's
lead began to dwindle until lost and
Carroll forged ahead.
Progressive Republicans claim
they will control the party caucus by
twenty votes. If this proves true It In
dicates that a man of the Cummins
stamp wllr be chosen to succeed the
late Senator Dolllver.
Meaning of the Fight.
According to the returns which have
been made on the proposal for a con
vention to revise the Iowa constitution
that plan was defeated In Iowa and
the constitution, as a whole, will not
he attacked at present. This situa
tion, however, has encouraged tho
temperance people, who assert that
now they expect a prohibitory amend
ment to be adopted. Hut the liberal
element are also rejoicing because of
the belief that the enormous vote for
Porter will be taken by Republicans
ns a warning that they have gone far
enough for prohibition, and Ihe party
leaders will demand abandonment of
the temperance movement. It Is cer
tain that tho Democratic membership
of the legislature has been materially
Increased, but the Republicans will
have a good working majority in both
branches and can elect a United States
riot at;pollsin village
Officials Quell Disturbance at Char
lotte, Clinton County.
Clinton, la., Nov. 10. Among tho
stirring incidents of the Clinton coun
ty election was a midnight riot in the
town of Charlotte, precipitated when
M. 11. llinvs, Independent candldato
for assessor, and Mayor C. V. Booby,
Republican candidate for state sena
tor, refused to allow a count of votes
without an extra challenger. A crowd
of voters gathering around the polls
demanding that tho couut proceed,
created a scare and Sheriff Hurke and
County Attorney Keefe were sum
moned, going to Charlotte In an auto
and upon arrival quelling the disturb
ance. Ten Thousand Tons of Beets.
Mason City, la., Nov. 10. Ten thou
sand tons, or 400 carloads, of beets
have been shipped from tho Clear
Lake beet fields to the factory at Wav
erly, tho only sugar factory in tho
state. The beet raisers are well satis
fled. They have cleaned up a little
better than $30 per acre and beside
this It has done the ground an im
mense amount of good.
Iowa Exhibit Is Planned.
Des Moines, Nov. 10. An Iowa ex
hibit at tho American Land and Irri
gation exposition to bo held In New
York during November of next year
la being planned by commercial clubs
and real estate organizations in Iowa.
The Commercial club recommended
the plan and will assist In sending the
exhibit to New York.
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M'O DOS SCARE AT BOONE
NuieUr of Fcrsons E'tten and Jt
Taken to Pasteur Institute.
Pooue, I'.., Ntiv IX This city U In
tho t'ni" of a niiid dos scare. Ten
peoj lo, iuci.uling i iominent men, a.oi
a doien coi'.s. c;'s hoj;s and cattls
were also h. tt.it by a hound which
went mad In l.og.tnsport, a suburb ol
r.orue. Tho ar.liu il was shot by Mr
.McClain. Ten people have been takea
to low a City for treatment at the Pa
tour Inst it. ite. Seven doss already
have been shot by the police, wh
weio out in automobiles killing; aH
dogs ulong the route taken by the mat
Mis. .1. K. GullNier of Ogdori, Utah
who is visiting hero, was attacked and
had nearly all the "clothes torn from
her body. s?ho defended herself witt
a market basket which she was carry
Mayor Wilder may Issue an order tf
kill every dog In the city.
INSULT TO FLAG
Csmenstraticn Is Outcome cl
Eurn'm at stake cf Mexican.
Mexico City, Nov. 10. Through in
sults to the American Uag and as
saults made openly upon American
citizens in the streets tho anti-American
demonstration which began with
the stoning of the Mexican Herald of
fices developed into an affair of inter
national Importance. A vigorous pro
test was registered by tho American
ambassador with the Mexican depart
inent of lorelgn relations and at th
name time tho facts were telegraphed
to Washington and Instructions asked
The attacks were renewed. Th
windows in a dozen American busi
ness places were smashed. All about
town shutters wore hurriedly drawn
and establishments closed. Forces of
police appeared In the streets and
kept the crowds moving.
An attack was made on tho plant
of ICI Imparclnl and the mailing and
distributing departments on the
ground lloor were completely wrecked. '
The mob battered at the heavy door
loading lo the editorial and composing
rooms above with heavy timbers and
fired the wreckage.
Then the mounted police charged
with drawn swords. One of the at
tackers was run through and killed.
The others fled. An alarm turned In
from the offices of tho paper brought
the fire department to the scene be
fore the flames gained headway.
While tho police looked on and
seemingly mnde no effort to prerent
It. in American flag floating In front
of a candy store In the business dis
trict was torn down by a crowd of
students and others, trampled and
spat upon and torn to bits. Later
photographs of the crowd wore taken
before the offices of the Dlarlo del
Ilognr, a Mexican newspaper, with
many Individuals waving bits of th
Tho demonstration was a contlnua;
tlon of the affair caused by antipathy
arotiHed among the people by the
burning at the stake of Antonio Rod
riguez at Rock Springs, Tex., on th
night of Nov. 3.
Record for Note Circulation.
Washington, Nov. 10. The total
note circulation of the 7,000 or more,
national banks of the United States
this month reached the highest record
made since tho creation of the na
tional banking system by Salmon P.
Chase in tho '(ills. The total circula
tion this mouth has reached $724,840,
64S, practically all secured by depos
Its of government bonds with tlm
treasury, Indicating that the great
bulk of the government bonds out
standing nre hold in trust by the
treasury for the national banks.
Open Bids for Six Destroyers.
Washington, Nov. 10. Rids opened
at the navy department for the con
struction of six torpedo boat destroy
ers Indicate that contracts probably
will bo awarded as follows: Fore
River yard, one vessel; Hath Iron
works, two vessels; New York Ship
building company, one vessel; New
port News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
company, one vessel; Cramp's yard,
Bishop-Elect Accepts Place.
Waco, Tex., Nov. 10. Tho Rev. Ed
ward Arthur Temple, who was chosen
bishop of tho north Texas diocese,
missionary Jurisdiction, by the gen
eral convention of the Episcopal
church In Cincinnati last month, an
nounced his acceptance of the place
nnd will so notify the constituted au
thorities. Dies In Fire In Her Home.
Mason City, la., Nov. 10. Mrs.
Charles. Ijomhnrdo was burned to
death here while In the act of pour
ing kerosene over a smouldering fire.
Her clothes were completely burned
from her body nnd the home wa
burned. A babe was rescued from the
Triple Hanging at Nashville.
Nashvlllo, Tenn., Nov. 10. Moses
Cook, a white mnn, and Love Ilond
and John Snsson, negroes, were
hanged at the state prison, near thla
city. All wero convicted of murder.
False Story of Student Riot.
Iowa City, la., Nov. 10. The Btory
sent out from here about a student
riot Is absolutely false.
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