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NOTABLE MEN TO
Feata o! National Conserva
tion Congress Program.
PRESIDENT TAFT IS TO SPEAK
Will Make Address on Subject of
Alaska W. J. Bryan, in Address on
"Country Life," Will Tell About At
tractions of Rural Community.
Kd.ii.s3s City, Sept. 18. A notable ar
ray cl beakers will deliver addresses
at the third national conservation, con
gress, which will meet here Sept. 2a,
B and 27. Seme of the most promi
nent sjxri'.Utrs and th-jir topics follow.
"Tt:t Government and, the Public
Domain," See etary of Intel nor fisher.
"The Country Life Movemcut," Will
iam J Ur.Vi'n.
"Cutting Out the Middleman,"
Charles S. Barrett, president Farmers'
Educational mi. on.
'"I ht Kiirinor md the Railroads,"
Hertn quick, editor Farm and Fire
fide. "Tii Country Child and the City
Child," Judge Den 13. Lindsay of Den
ver. "The Health of the People," Dr. if.
"The Country School," Dr. Walter
R. Page of New Yoi k
"Conservation in Congress," Unit, d
States Senator G. M. Hitchcock of Ne
braska "Practical Forestry in Europe and
America." J. B. White, chairman exec
utive committee of the congress.
W. A. Beard of Sacramento, Cal.;
Miss Mabel Carney of Normal, III.,
Dr. "Warren H. Wilson, superintendent
board of home missions of the Presby
terian church; Mrs. Harriet W. Ash
by, Des Moines; Mrs. Philip H. Moore,
president of the general Federation of
Women's clubs; Dr. W. K. McGee,
Washington, D. C; President Fred
erick D. Mumford of Missouri univer
sity; Curtis Hill, Jefferson City; Pro
fessor E. D. Teneyck of Manhattan,
Kan., and Professor Cyril G. Hopkins
of IlHnois university, will also speak.
BOAT INJURES LANDSMEN
Three Were Victims When a Motor
Craft Came Ashore.
Buffalo, Sept. 18. Dixie IV.. Fred
erick K. Burnham's speedy motor boat,
which defended the Harnisworth cup
at Huntiti-rton, I.. I., and won the
championship of tlvj United States,
lies a wrack on a narrow ridge of
rockt: between the Niagara river and
the Frio cnnal, off Riverside park. The
Dixi1 was leading in a race for the
Grat I.nkes championship and was
spending at thirty-nine miles an hour
when the accident occurred, which re
sulted in the injury of three specta
tors. Mr. Biirnham, who was at the wheel,
and four of h!s crew escaped unin
jured. Larold Bell, a thirteen-year-old
boy, sufl ered a fractured skull and
will 3ie. His mother, Mrs. Elmer
Bell, was injured about the head, and
the leg of John Daniels, son of Dr.
John Daniels, was cut off just above
Something went wrong with the
Dixie's steering gear. It careened tor
a moment, then headed directly for
the shore. The Dixie leaped entirely
o;it f)f the wafer and dashed into the
crowd on shore, which was slow to
scatter when the boat headed toward
them, not realising that it was beyond
MOROCCAN CRISIS NEAR END
Germany and France Have Few
Prints of Difference.
Berlin, Sept. IS. It is declared in
official circles t'.v.t the French ie;ily
to the O'-rniaii counter-proposals on
the Moroccan affair is thorouhlv sat
is.' -ic to. -y. An agreement, it is ttated,
has be'-n reached on a majority of t he
p'l'iits in dispute. Germany is hasten-it,-
; 'r a.iswer and it prohi'bly will
- Hrme slight modiflrntlo.u of the
Ft'iu'i t.i t cf the new agreement
::r rl tNn it will be only n matter of
iri'ili-iK a trorty.
'fhf Cifiniiin reply to the French
l;"i.e v. ill be i o.e .
t;l''!it io! Of f.u II
fey t;f an o;v l:
he nil' ornate; v : .
r 'd chiefly with Hie
w'm r by a poi
. .M- 'K(o
I t) :!. li'U'.em-.
el it- to in event i.e.
in; n ; :;eiiie!it
laist.nitiou and ra!!:i..u!
' in? so ninnlpulnted as
t' ;ivs an mit ir nlvaiitnge to French
shippers and providing for a fair d!
w iw'i In liie null ter of public works.
tceicors regarding the retention of
Gm;an ie.-.ei vi.-ts with the colors he
etiiim; of tiie Moroccan situation were
set. rt rest by an nfftcial statement
that all o! tle-se, in accordance with
orders Issued lust March, were being
tMsrulssed within three days following
their returns from the maneuvers.
Kansas Farmer a Suicide.
Wellington, Kan., Sept. 18 Eugene
H. Iir07 a retired farmer, killed him
self here with a shotgun, which he (lis
charged by using a curtain roller to
push the trigger, lid had been suffer
inR for months with liver trouble. He
leaves a wife and two grown children.
Edward Whymper Is Dead.
Chaumonl. Frame, Sept. 18. Ed
warrl Wlrmper, artist, author and
trawler, died here. Whymper was a
note I mountain climber. He wai
born In 1840.
ALLAN A. RM
Son of Finaiicisr, Who
Gqss to toloraio a
SAY BOGBOFF IS
Stolypln Slio! by Agent of Pro
tective Political Fore:.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 16. Though
the temper of the population in the
southern cities is very disquieting, no
bint of an actual outbreak against the
Jews yet has reached St. Petersburg
in definite form.
A dispntch received by the Reeh
from Kiev says that i group of stu
dents appeared in the rear of the St.
Sophia castle and held a meeting, at
which inflammatory speeches aenst
Jews were made. A crowd gajjerjil,
but the police- quickly surroun led the
nianiiestants arid arrested seral
leaders, ai iong them M. Golubeff, pres
ident of the University Union of Stu
There hpve been startling develop
ments in the Inquiry at Kiev into the
shooting "f M. Stolypin in the Munic
ipal theater at Kiev by Dmitry Bo
groff. an Orthodox Jew. The inquiry
has beea declared to have proved that
the crime was of revolutionary origin
and was carried out by an acent of
the protective political police especial
ly stationed In the theater to guard M.
It Is deflated that this first attempt
at a revivr.l of terrorism was planned
by the executive committee of the
!)ii!ul of T-mvIsIi social revolutionists
pnd Finnish revolutionists, who, ac
cording to po'iee information, recently
Admission card No 40f. entitling Its
holder to a seat in the eighteenth row
of the theater, was found on r t ruff.
It was issued by the muniripalit'. on a
personal request signed by Inspeijlor
of Polit'cal Police Kuliabko and hv
mm hand 'd over to the agent of Bo
groff. The tntin'cipalitv had takn fl'e
,rera'ition to photonraph Kuliabko's
receipt and in the face of this over
whelming evidence police headquar
ters was obliged to admit the facts of
R03BERS BLOW OPEN SAFE
Three Mfn Rob Bank at New West
minstftr, Getting Away With $320,000.
N'W Westminster, B. C, Sept. 10.
At an early hour three men entered
the Bank of Montreal here by an un
protected little window in the rear,
dug through the brick wall into the
vault, wrecked the rage door and
blew open the safe and took $:!20,HOO
In geld and bills, leaving $20,ni) in
gold on the bed. where they had piled
their loot, and about $so,'.(it) more un
molested in the sate, and made good
Chong Kong, a Chinese caretaker,
about t! a. m. came running to th io
lice slnlion, le:--s th.'n twenty five
yards from the bank, crying that the
bank had been robbed. He said that
he had entered the hank nt -1:10 a. m
He had no sooner set foot inside when
lie was seized ;y a large man and two
others n moment later.
"If you make a noise I will kill you."
MM the large man and the frightened
Chinaman did not make n sound. The
two small"!- men gagged the Ch'tia
man with his own handkerchief They
fled his te-t and hands and took him
to the basement, wher.- thev tied him
to a post. It was not until two hours
later that he managed to free himself
and get out.
The Chitiaman says that he saw
only the 'hrne men,' but he believes
at hast t vo others were engaged in
the robbery It is certain that the
vault had been blown before the hour
the Chinamen arrived
Operators Rrfuse to Arbitrate.
Des Mclnep,. Sept. 16 At a joint
meeting of the executive board of the
United Mine Workers' union and the
Iowa Coal Operators' association or
the Thirteenth district, the operators
refused to nrbltnte the Excelsior coal
mine cae Miner" claim that the op
erators wh'le operating their mines
under c'osed shon rules have dlscrim
inafd ngc.lnst miners active In union
f5- S. 1
A. : i : ' " 1
TROOPS FIRE ON
Mobs Rfct In Protest at the
Hih Fori Prlcss,
MANY KILLED OH W0UN3E0.
ieffererstor Necessities of Life Are in
Open Warfare Cheer for Portugal
and Revolution Cavalry Charges
Made Ijpon People.
Vienna. Sept. IS Traceable to the
high pi ice oi iho necessities of lite
riots broke out here and many per
sons were killed or wounded. Troops
tired on the mob, which had erected
barricades 'P. the streets. There was a
tierce exchange of bullets and the
sold'eis were pelted with all sorts ot
hohowinjj a huge socialistic demou
ct rat ion oi-f.vde tlie rathbaus, held (or
the purtioe of protesting against the
high prices of food, it became neces
sary to call out troops to disperse the
i inters. In the early clashes fifty ot
the rioters were wounded and Bin ar
rested. Fifty tliOiisand persons were
present at the demonstration and fiery
speeches were made demanding that
the government permit the importa
tion of for Mgn meat and take other
measures to remedy the conditions
which have resulted from the prohib
itory increase in the price of food.
After the meeting a large procession
marched to the parliament buildings,
cheering tor revolution and Portugal.
Revolvers were fired in the air and
then the mob began stone throwing.
A squadron of dragoons and a detach
iiient of infantry charged the rioters
and dispersed them. The mob demol
ished all the street lamps in the main
thoroighfares-, plunging the city Into
darkness They erected barricades,
hurl"d missiles of various kinds on the
soldiers from the upper windows of
houses. 'I'ne order was at length giv
en to the troops to tire. At the first
volley many rioters fell, either killed
or wounded. .Several of the soldiers
and poli""inen also were injured and
100 or morr rioters' were arrested.
KISSOl Rl HERMIT SLAIN
Robbery Supposed to Have Been the
Motive for the Cnrre.
Mson, Mo., Sept. 18 Dr. I. R.
Howell, coroner of Mucon county, was
not'fled that John Hard'):: Jone.4, tlie
odl hermit of the Chariton valley, was
found with a bullet hole through his
herd. Some hos who had been hunt
ing in the woods stepped into the
cave to see the old man and found his
body. Things were somewhat disar
ranged. The hermit was about seventy five
years ol I. For nearly forty yea-s he
has lived In a little rave or sod house
tlii't he en eipil when he took up his
'and. lie was very frugal and It Is
.vi!d he has a grepf dial of money oat
at Interi hi end It is possible that some
perfon be'.i.'ved h" had some hidden
away nenr his cabin.
MEXICAN M3BSLEW THREE
Eighteen Persons Were Injured In
Riots in Monterey.
Monterey, Mex., Sept.. 18. Three
men were killed and eighteen wound
ed in Monterey In the anniversary cel
ebration whlen degenerated into a riot.
The riot began with the stoning of
windows, and when the police attenii t
ed to disperse the crowd they were
fired tin. A detachment of cavalry
whs immediately dispatched to the
rian Juarez, tlie scene of the disturb
nnce. and finally suppressed the riot
after charitg the mob several times
with dra'vn rubers.
The bodies of those killed showed
hul'et wounds, indicating that they
were vi' ti;r.s of the mob.
TRAIN KILLS FOUR PER OMS
Family cf Postmaster Klein of Rock.
field. Wis., in Accident
Four KiMed When Train Hits Buggy.
Milwaukee. Sept. 18. Three mem
hers of the family of Frank Klein,
postmaster of Hoekrleld, and a servant
of the family were killed when Soo
oad passenger train struck tehtr
buggy near Germantown.
FIVE MILLION DOLLAR FIRE
National PreT b'lagFwiisetklkhenhid
Corrpletely Destroyed by Blaze.
Bin Janeiro, Sept. 18. The national
printing works were destroyed by
fire. Other valuable property was
burned ::r.d the damage Is estimated
Etra Ascension Is Failure.
Catania, fcVclly, Sept. 18. An at
tempt to nivend Mount Flna was
made, but 't was Impossible to get
nearer than fifty feet from one of the
craters, owing to the intense heat and
French BuHding Kill, Six.
Paris, Sept. 18 Three doors of a
concrete building at Nancy caved in.
Nineteen workmen were burled In the
ruins. At least six or these were
Rogers Makes Start.
New Yo-k. Sept 18. C. P. Rogers
started from Sheepshead Bay as a
competitor in the transcontinental
GIRL IDENTIFIES ABDUCTOR
Prisoner Will Be Returned to Califor
nia to Finish Sentence.
I angil ui. N D., Sept. 18 Edward
Davis, alias Bill Miner, confessed ab
ductor of Miss Eleanor Grace Price,
the Manitoba si hool teacher, was posi
tively ideniified by the girl as tlie
D'an who appeared at her school house
last Monday morning and forced her
Into captivity for more than thirty
hours in the timber nearby, with i''i
shelter and with a terrific storm in
progress a portion of the time. Davis
was leoucht V're and bvls d in Jail.
Mob vi.i'met, onie teared. Is not
now hvikid fo- bv the officials, al
though they a:e maintaining a careful
guard. Davis, whose stateei. nt bratnis
him as a California convii t who es
cajied in - sensational Jail d"livery In
190.",. wl:- n thirteen prisoneis sained
their freedom, probably 'vill be re
turned to that stale to serve his sen
tence of tnirty three vears only two of
whieh ba.e been served Canadian
nuthoi ip'es aie anxious to return him
to Suowfla'-e. Mr-n.
J3f,n Fischer Severely Injured
Iowa City, !a., Sept. 18. John
Fischer of Washington, la., was seri
ously injured here when Charles Bar
rier of Iowa City whipped his horse
through a freshman night throng of
students who attempted to stop him.
Fischer will recover. A gang of a
thousand students gave chase to Bar
rier and finally locked him in the po
SOUTH PAKOT A CLUB MOVE
Thirty Towns Organize State Federa
tion ef Commercial Clubs.
Belle Foi-rdie. S. I).. Sept. 18.
Something entirely new In the way of
commercial club work was started at
Huron, vhen representatives from
thirty ti us of South Dakota met at
the Commercial club looms of that
city and organized a state federation
of commercial clubs. Several states
have such an organization, but none
of them have as yet undertaken to
make tie organization un active on,
employing a state field man, to help
any eonimerchl organization calling
uion him, nnd to put In all of his time
and efforts In the line of maintaining
a central organization of commercial
Tie- :ict've wcrk of the organization
is placed in charge of the secretary,
wlio is the center of the entire move
ment. Permanent headquarters were
located nt Belle Fourrhe.
H. O Coo'ey, the secretary, was
'ormerly r ne wspaper man of St. Paul,
Neb., t'lMeii iiii rc.nm"rclnl cl.ib work
Inst spring Over thirty commercial
organl7!'tions of the state already are
identified wiih this movement.
G3EEN WORMS DO DAMAGE
Appear in Large Numbers in Alfslfa
Dloomington, Neb., Sept. 18. A
small green worm, that has been called
the Russian thistle worm. Is appearing
near Beaver City in alarming limn
hers. At first it was loiind only on
the thistle, but is now doing consider
able damage to the alfalfa fields.
Immediately after the heavy rains
In August the worms were first no
ticed in limited numbers. They have
multiplied so rapidly that they now
cover the sidewalks in town during
the cool part of the day and crawl
into the houses, where they are be
coming very annoying.
It is believed by many that these
worms are the followers of the moths,
which abounded in countless numbers
Just before the worms appeared. The
worms are traveling In an easterly dl
reitiori and seek cool places, the sun
L 'ing fatal to them in a short time.
BllRNEO WHILE SEEKING AID
C. A. Lubins of Grafton Saves Family
( From Fire.
Mason City. la.. Sept. 16. C. A.
Lubins, president of the Bank of
Grafton, was burned so severely that
recovery seems doubtful, and his honi
was wrecked in a fire which occurred
nt his residence. The family had re
tired and the flames had cut off es
cape by the stairway when they wen;
discovered. Lull ins rushed through
the fire to the lower floor, summoning
help. The remainder of the family es
Japed by means of ladders.
TRAIN WRECKED; THREE HURT
Golden State Limited Goes Off Track
Davenport, la., Sept. pi The Rock
Island Golden State limited, west
bound, was derailed Jimt east of the
station at Ainsworth, la. Three mail
clerks were Injured when the mail car
was derailed and oxerturiied. The en
gine left the track, hut remained up
right ard the engineer and fireman es
raped Injury. A steel coach and the
dining car also were derailed, but
aside from being shaken up the pns
sengers were uninjured.
St. Paul. Sept IP ---Denuding the
forests of Minnesota has resulted In
freezing the oranges In Florida, ac
cording to Henry Clay Ward, a lum
berman of Pontine, Mich., who has
written Goern'- Kberhart urging re-torestation
GARTER IS DEAD
Pictu:esq'je Character In Nation
al Politics Passes Away.
DIES AT WASHINGTON HOME.
Was Twice Montana Senator, His
Last Term Expiring on March 3.
Thit Year Was Once Chairman of
Republican National Committee.
Washington, Sept. IS. Former L'tiit
ed Stales Senator Thomas Henry Car
ter of Montana, for many years a nota
ble and picturesque character in na
tional politii s, oucu chairman of ttiu
1911, by A merlon n Prrrni Annoclatlon.
n.OMAS H. CARTER.
Republican national committee, and
since last year chairman of the Amer
ican section of the Intel national com
mission, died at. his home of infection
of the lungs. f was fifty-seven years
Mr. Carter wiic horn In Scioto coun
ty, Ohio. Oct ?,(), 1854. went to the
common schools in Illinois, engaged
in funning, railroading and school
teaching for a number of years; stud
led Irw and in 1X82 moved from Bur
lington, la., to Helena, Mont.
Mr. Carter had a remarkable career.
It extended over twenty two years of
congressional ami olllelul life at
Washington. This embraced service
as the first representative elected
from Montana, two terms In the Unit
ed States senate and executive po
sitions as foinmhiHloiier of the general
land office, chairman of the Republic
an national committee In the second
and tiiiHiifeesrful campaign of Ben
jamin llarrl.ion for the presidency,
president of the United States com
missioners for the 1uilslana Purchase
exposition at St. Louis and since last
March chairman of the newly created
"international Joint commission, Amer-
linn section," ond practically charged!
with Canadlaa boundary matters.
His defeat by a Democrat for re-j
election to the sennte caused Mr. Car
ter's retirement from the body March
4 last. framed and fought for con-1
servnMon legislation, opposed extrava
gance In Irrigation protects nnd cam
palgm d for the 'J'nft Canadian reci
Peihaps 'he most remarkable of all
his feiensle achievements was his de
feat of a big river nnd harbor appro
prlatlon bill President McKlnloy did
not favor the Mil. and Mr Carter, al-
ways a strong administration support -
er, began a speech against It at 10:30
o'clock at night nnd talked continu
ously until noon of the day following,
when the session of congress expired.
CHURCH PEOPLE IN A ROW
Members of Christian Denomination
Get Into Court. .
Nebraska City, Neb., Sept. 18. Tay
lor McGuire, the custodian, and Mr.
Golilshury, one of tho trustees of the
Church of Christ, went before Judge j
Wilson and secured a restraining or
der against Rev Mr. McFurlaud and
the other two trustees to prevel.t
them f-ori uitorteiing with the church
or any of the property therein. They
allege that Rev. Mr. Parker Is not an
ordained minister and came here and
without their consent and with the
consent and aid of S. II. Parker and
Mr. Gardner, trustees, broke opt-u the
cbui'h, placed new l.x:k8 thereon and
are preaching different doctrine than
that laid down by the ethics of the
Mr. MrOuIre claims to have pur
chased the lots on which the churrh Is
located nnd tho property Is dedicated
lor a certtln cause and a certain sect
mid the elders of thnt church refused
to ordnin Rev. Mr. Parker as a minis
ter at their meeting at Rulo. Tin
rase will come up for hearing at the
November term of the district court.
Folk Chief Speaker.
Ixlmton, Ky., Sept. 18 M. A. Cas
sidy of this city, president of the Con
ference for liducntlon in the South,
which meets In Houston, Tex., Nov.
30, Dec. I and 2. nnnounced that form
er Governor Joseph. W. Folk rf Mls
sourl wonld make the chief address.
Theodore Roosevelt had bsun lulled
to speak, but declined.
Hi wvf J
! EAGLE. -f.
I Heaeiin. 4"
M. Mchi.nnlil of Miinlock ar
riveil Muiittay niuiiiiii am! haa
aei eiei a position as pharmacist
al r r ohlieh's dniK store.
J. Kor.syllie ileparteii last Fri
day cveniiiK for Conlova, III., hav
ing receheil a message announc
ing the ileatti oT his broth v at
Dan Roil ter of Whitewater,
Kas.. departed for his home last
Monday, after having spent sev
eral days visiting with Fred
Mticnchau and family.
Mrs. (Jeiirge Alt house has been
dangerously ill the past several
days, hut her many friends hope
I here may he an improvement in
tier condition very soon.
(ieoi-jfe Otierle and wife, resid
ing noitheusi of town, have
cause to rejoice over tlie arrival
of a new daughter which regis
tered al their home on Thursday
of last week.
W. P. Yolio and (ieo. Trunken
holz departed Tuesday for a busi
ness (rip (o he western part of
Nebraska, on the hunt for pato
toes ami possiblep rairie chickens.
Will Caddy departed on Tues
day moriiiiiK for Florida, where he
will spend some time looking af
ter some land he owns there, and
looking after some other business
Fmil Oberle and Anson Hurdick
departed last Sunday moruinff for
Missouri, the "show-mo state,"
'xpectiiiR to DM up on paw-paws,
and said they would brinir home
" if they could posibly keep
thein long- enough to reach home.
The Ci-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs, Chris Huffman was operated
on at the Shoemaker hospital in
f.incoln Tuesday. For a few
hours after the operation his con
dition was very serious, but at
Hie present lime he j s
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy of
Kricson, Nbe., nrc visiting at Ihe
home of the former's brother.
Mrs. Hardy recently underwent an
operation at the St. Elizabeth hos
pital in Lincoln, and il will be
good news to her many friends to
know that she is gejitg along?
I Courier. 4.
Mrs. Fred Schliefcrt is ill at her
ie oast of town. She has been
bedfast for the past week.
W. 1. Williams ami wife of
Fildyville, Neb., visited Ihirf week
with Mr. Williams' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. p. Williams.
Mrs. William F.ibarl went to
Omaha Tuesday to accompany her
daughter, (inioe, who will attend
the Sacred Henri convent.
Frank MePuy is hero from Two
Harbors, Minn., visiting relatives
and looking nflor business mat
ters. He expects to remain about
(loorge A. MeiMnger ami wife
of Mynard, (ioorge Weinrich and
Adam Weinrich and wife of
I'ekin. III., were gnosis of Mr. and
Mrs. John I.ohnes Monday.
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
J. M. Hoover has almost recover
ed from her serious illness. Her
j nurse, Mrs. Moullon. has returned
, i,, MM. 1. :.. .,: u ,..
I 1 1 f l III' J i
Miss 1 1-1 1 1 it Sanders of Two
Harbors, Minn., slopped oil' here
TiieMhy evening f,,r a day's visit
with Miss Mary Metiiew. Miss
Irma was on her wav to F.eloose
! Neb., where she will leach school
' I he coming year.
A young follow terming himself
"Jack the Hiker'' passed through
Louisville Wednesday noon and
registered at this olllco at 12:30.
0 is walking from Dos Moines.
Iowa, to Denver for a record. He
expected to make Lincoln in time
Al W ray, the motion picture
man, will return to oLuisville
aboul December 1 und put on his
show in tho new town hall. He
expects to furnish light for the
opera house with bis electric
lighting plan in exchange for the
privilege of showing when noth
ing else is billed.
Divorce Case Up.
The divorce case of Margaret
Seagraves vs. John Sograves is
being board in district court to
day. The plainlitr was granted
a divorce on June 3, 11)11, but
biter asked the court to set the
degree aside and filed an amended
pel il ion for divorce, asking cer
tain alimony and the custody of
Mrs. (ioorge Weidtnan, who has
boon visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Fred F.binger nnd family, at Plain
view for (lie past few days, re
turned home last evening.
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