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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1893)
In Uie west. It U especi
ally valuable ai a meant
of reaching he farmers,
iti circulation 1 as lure
la Nebraska aa the cir
culation of all the "farm
Give Thb AluaXCK
lNocrcMOKNT a trial if
you want good results. C
Carry the Banner at Eeform Into
Enemy'! damp- .
3E DBTEEEIIED WILL WII.
Let Eyery Honest Heart Beat With Hop
For the End of Boodleism la Nebraska
is Nigh-Hard Work by ail is
Do Yoor Part.
Headquarter People's Party, )
Lindbll Hotel Block. f
Lincoln, Neb, Sept. 16, 1893.
TothtWorkm In tltt Cauu of Rtform,
The prospects for victory were never
brighter, since the birth of our party
than now. A grand man hat been
nominated for supreme judge, to -whom
ann th Atifttnv can ddIv no word of
censure. The candidates for regents
are also good men and especially quill
fled for the position to which they have
The platform adopted is concise and
'Conservative. It contains not one plank
to which any patriotic American can
-object. It is such a platform that if i's
recommendations were enacted Into
law, better times would result to every
citizen of Nebraska.
a raw OBJECT LESSONS.
The action" of tbe republican and
democratic oartlos in striking dow n
half of our metallic currency, thus
repudiating the silver planks In both
their national platforms; the action of
the. republicans in the last legislature
in opposing all laws for the bsneftt of
the people of Nebraska, and notably the
mail noun rate bill; tbeexpjeuree of the
terrible fraud and rottenness existing at
the state capital and in the state insti
tutions; the approval of a rotten and
worthless bond by the republican state
.officials, thereby losing the state over
two hundred thounndjdollars; the par
tisan decisions of a republican supreme
court; the failure of the republican
state treasurer to live up to the laws
made to govern him; the failure of the
republican attorney general to attempt
recovery of moneys stolen form the
' tate and his further failure to do his
duty under the law; the action 01 a
republican United States district judge;
in suspending the mixlmun rate law;
and further tbe open railroad domina
tion of both the older political partle,
furnish a few object lessons that show
-the people they can hop for no reform
through these organizations. They must
turn to the new.
UNITED W2 STAND.
The nomination of Judge Holoomb
has healed up every factional sore, if
tiuch existed, in our own ranks. Our
people are onoe more a bind of brothers
working for a common cause.
As an undivided army we are ready
to uress forward in support of the prin
ciples which we lve and which we be
lieve will bettor the condition of the
common people both in our state and in
B th the other parties are rent by
fj,ionl fight. O.irs is united. The
sotid we haveiown has taken root The
von' of the past year have opened (he
eves of the Do!l. Shock lies ahead
f us. Uut In order to achieve it ouo
thing Is necesnry, That one thing is
In order to win this fisrht we must
have a more rfflalent organisation tha
we . v r ha I be! r. We must
have noad bat worker ujMtt our com
OrgaulM, nit only by tiwashtp and
pmiiiKi. hst by euhool district.
tiobool district org-sbiattiat has provott
ftl, krt whrvr trtod. Find a uita
In a h h4 dUlriot who Is wlillag t
ld hts part; tin wlU sak a poll uf th
V'ttrs, wh will get kU man out to
lection; wiio aitl look alter x'i-nU U'-uts
mewtiag; a4 wha wlU helo la rt
fiiod. rtoh oaa be Mbl biH'auM
mn are laearaa! wka wo far UU
A I lam roa att( n'Wl.
fvh eowaiy has sms mm Ave
dAUrs t t Disk dlgwi ti wtkiH thy
r sutitUI to lk suus eoavaU.M,
ThU aisttat usht ewuy tu k rajst
llsasaas Mmtntt mV I t.'uf
tt, A sua tkat U aat la tkU mn
asat to tkw ilbsat at If WU U B4
la U vry dwa Xwh af our i will
wUilsgty fftva m taa talt, if imi Ul
JLm kirn, Uf the i)aa 4 mlM
UWKt orgaaka W vj saaa U tk
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MHMPVMMMVM IMI M .1 STW -- ). ST f ST K I
ORGANIZE FOR VICTOKY
nountveanbe reached Besides lltera
ture ca Deseni 'o wie svuuoi
committeemen. They can do personal
work in their own nelgnooruoou Ana
there Is no work in the world so efficient
as personal work.
AS TO SENDING MONEY.
It is of the utmost importance that
each county should pay her af8"ssnent,
or at leant part of it, at oaoe. We have
got to have money to carry on w ciu-
pilgn. we nave no bi"ii vi iwu .
t-xcept from our people, a smaii
amount from eaca one oi our vuw
will raise us a more than ample ram
palgn fund. We pledge you low that
every cent which we receive win d
acoountfd for and that our statnnt
at the end of tbe campaign will be open
to the inspection of all; ana u require
will be published.
J 11 money should b int h ths Uav.ttr
oftfu committee. J. V. Wolfe, uncmn.,
Mbraiia. - All who know of Mr. Wolfe'
cmpa'gn In '91, know that all money
received was aooouweu ior w iua vu
and to the satisfaction of everybody.
Tbe same will be done this year.
Your committee would recommend
that the campaign be mide by local
talent as much as possible. Have school
bouse meetings. .
Wa inii niiin recommend the eroup
lng of counties. One c ounty can trade
anHWa with adioinloir oountks; and
ihna whlU malcinsy a vigorous cam
nut an mm narativelv little expense is
incurred. At the same time people can
listen to new talent.
WE MUST WIN
Finallv there is one thing we wish to
Impress upon all of you: We are
going forward to victory this fall;
and we want you to believe It and wrk
as you never worked before
To that end we shall labor day and
niirht until the polls clone. Success in
our s'ate is necessary. We must carry
Nahruuiri ut fly couratfe to our
hrnthers in the east. Let us win- Be
determined. Reason with your neigh
hni. fttif.k lit tht ola t form.
Let us bear from voir in regara w me
situation In your . various' localities
Kt.a.n,i ho voni state committee and vie
tory will be ours in November. We
will repeat it in '94 tnd the nation will
Ha TMfnmnd in '96. In the name of
humanity, we ask you to do your part,
We are going co ao our autv j ju
We want you to do your duty oy us
wuh . hn.rt. nn fire tor the cause, we
ask vou to work as we will work, early
nA utA and roil ud such a majority in
your various counties aa to forever
Arva t.h hoodlers and rlntcsters from
power in this state. There is a orignwr
day dawalng for Nebraska aad for tbe
nation, iiflt us eacn ao our par w i
its coming. , Fraternally yours.
If. VJLEM HBAVltt..
J. A Edokkton. Chir!nn.
R-oAnt naoBrs from Eaarland say that
there Is a movement started to organize
a. third rartv there. The common peo
pie of the United Kingdom are gemng
about as weary oi me svo o;u parties
nn that side as thev are ou this slad
for thera ah here whichever is la power
the bankers rule. A populist paity is
nro.ni.Ml 1n Rnirland as badly as in ine
Tne actintf toTiimi88ioner""ot Internal
revenue at Hartford, Conn., has rule!
that checks issued to workingmen
during1 the currency stringency are
subject to the ten per cent state bank
It la said in Ottawa that General
Herbert, commander of the Canadian
militia, has so sickened of the friction
between the militia and his executive
office that he will resign and return to
The contract has been awarded for
the construction of two principal
bnildlnir for the mid-winter fair a
Ban Francisco, the Manufacture and
Liberal Arts and Mechanical ' Art
buildings. The contract price of tha
two structures Is I173.00U The cash
contributions to the f-itr now amount
to IH3.W0, with subscriptions of al
most 1300,000 more. t
Kansas Klspsrs ArrsslsO.
Wichita, Kau.,Sepv to. Jo Hearer,
a young married man from Hutchln
Bon, who elonml a couple I days ago
with May 11 abb rd, wa arrrated htira
at eoa l. !xarr loilowa lit
runawsi ta ArW ma eity and lac
hr. She rUnri" that Jvm stole Urf
I ank IxMilt ana ('' I her naute l
fhK k and drvw it arty all her iuy
whUh Its sptitit aa the other wuutao.
A Mat Hs4 ! !.
r SkHtrt. Ka, Bspi. 14- T
little sbUdrsa of Mra Vlrgie A.kkI,
wife i-f a I'fi'U.tuint yoansT Unusr
asev tkU Sity, tarnsd tha lau
last a lie hi and ths if sWthes taakt
r r i ! wiutbof attawpt4 ta rs
than and hwr drrwi was 1111. t-
f,r ska tld strip keraatf kr fl!
had Uswh su loslit ttta4 that eh
dt4 sm itimt ard a
A Hif Ms Na ia4ss
Mr. tUet, M.nit, Mp 4-MaaW
Raf-tsd A lUuwslW ana f the le'tfaal
Irott dtalmtf la wafa aa I rUrve
la tKs urtawst, wita t urt
U!aUkfta, Mia a., aad tuaw.i with
the Uitf I. t. Mast A ta trM
iwta4il i, ()mk HU4 this saala
LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY,
and a Boor
OIE 6E0TI05 EUH8 IHTO AHOTHER
Three of ths Injured Will Die TM
Trains Were Sunning Too Close
A Blander Made.
Mahteso, 111., Sept '10. The second
Action of the Big Four express No. 4,
southbound, crashed into tbe rear ot
the first section at 9:80 o'clock last
night . . i.
Eight persons were killed outright,
three were fatally injured and nearly
score were more or leas severely
The engine of the second section ran
clear through one sleeper and two
coaches. The dead are: ,
Chris Kimmsl of Dayton, Ohio.
Davio Jauksom of CynthUaa Ohio. '
J. W. Powbm. of Vlnn, Ohio.
I, L hwsrrof LouisvlUs, Ky. '
MmMit Dupbrs of Lower Albany, loo.
Klmui.t Mam, unldsntlfled
Youho Mam, unldentlttud.
Youmo Womam, unldobUSed. .
Tbe first section carried one Ohio
& Mississippi sleeper for Louisville,
one Onto & Mississippi chair car for
Oreensburg, Ltd., five day coaches and
baggage and express cars., It had run
to a point three miles south of Man-
teno when a local train, wnicn was
preceding it slowed up, and a flag
man was sent back to intercept
it. The engineer on the first section
obeyed the signal and drew his train
to a standstill. The flagman of the
first section in turn started for the
rear, but the second section was fol
low, ng so closely that be had gone bat
few yards when arouna a sharp
carve tne neaaugnt ox tne seconv
section appeared. The first sec
tion was now at a standstill and the
second section had not lessened its
speed of thirty-five miles an hour. The
curve was partly responsible for thla
The flagman jumped down the steep
embankment just in time to save him
self from death. The engineer, as
his locomotive rounded the curve, re
versed the engine. Seeing the hope
lessness of any attempt to check the
speed of his train in so short a dis
tance, he jumped down the embank
ment and his fireman followed him.
The crash came then and the loco
motive drove ahead with mighty force
into the heavy sleeping car, smashing
the frame work of its rear end to
kindling wood. The sleeping car was
In turn driven into the day coach next
forward, whtch gave way more com
pletely, its timbers being lighter.
This coach and the coach just forward
of it were almost completely de
molished. All of the three cars were crowded
with people, more than half of those
in the sleeper having retired for the
night The passengers were thrown
from their berths and from their
seats. Some were crushed under
beams and between the broken, grind
ing timbers of the wrecked cars.
Chicago, Sept 20. "It was our
worst accident in twenty years," said
Second Vice President Carahan ot the
Illinois Central to-dy. "There was a
big blunder somewhere. The flngman
may be able to show that he wsa all
right There la no ground for the
statement that the air brakea would
not work, for if this was true the ao
aidant would have been much more
The flagman disappeared immedi
ately after the accident Ilia name la
unknown to the Illinois Central offi
clala. lie waa employed by the Uig
Wars the Mwbbsm riubbs.it
IUkoh-k, Mich,, Sept i). When
tha detavtires opened the trunk
which they had overhaulad ! a
special train, they found within, not
the tto.o 0 UhjU ailrgod t havo befit
placvd ttwre by tbe Mlu.ral lUtiife
rolUr, but ft.ooa The duteetivs
suapt-ct that soma ot tha robtar roU
bed the others, but If so they would
hardly ba left the ll.uoo. I iretuaa
lieortfe KUUerty, who U14 f the
treat, devlare that the uionsy was
stoisii after tha truaa was Uptsd,
sttd Mana'r Haa has
A sus i ,-
Kais.s Cirv. M, Kept IATks
trouble amove? the pavkfcaf haue
bewhsrs ta Kansas t'lty, Kan.,
which f a ttaa threatened ta retalt
dlsaatKHisIt ta ts peskluf laur
eats, hat broke oat a freak, Tate af
letaxu ISO batsksra at the great
Armour t'eklef avaapaay't ileattM
lertt taUti et the kind la las)
wif Id -rt'ta, ts to work
uf tea retinal tit Mat ertafctudsat Tew
toilette u stf a aw scale ! wee
SEPTEMBER 21, 1893.
The rrssMaal Kaaass WUIIaas F.
5 slows m Asa alat Jsstls.
WasmiieTOM, Sept 90 The presi
dent to-day sent to the senate the
name of William P. Horn blower ot
New York to be associate justice ot
the f supreme court of the United
This nomination waa made to fill
the place made vacant by the recent
death ot Justice Samuel Blatchford.
The president also to-day nominated
James J. Van Alen of Bhode Island to
be ambassador extraordinary and
minister plenipotentiary to Italy.
Still another nomination waa that
of Abraham Frakes of Kansas, to be
register of the land office at Wakee
Mr. Van Alen's long-cherished am
bition to enter the diplomatic service
of bis country is at length gratified
Mr. Van Alen comes of an old New
York family. His father, General
Van Alen, left a fortune of 14,000.000,
which this son has invested success
fully, until now it has multiplied
itself three timea There is no danger
ot his not being able to keep up the
proper state ot an ambassador abroad,
even on the inadequate aalary per
taining to tbe post
Mr- Van Alen married tbe eldest
daughter of William Astor. She lived
only a short time, leaving three
children. 1 The eldest, a boy, is several
time a millionaire in his own right
both of his grandfather having made
liberal settlements upon him.
Tbe Bodies ot Prsaldsnt m1 Mrs, Pol a
Bomovsd to Tsonsauss Capitol Grounds.
Nashville, Tenn., Sept 20. The
bodies of James Knox Polk, tenth
president of the United States, and
his 'wife, Mra Sarah Childress . Polk,
were this morning removed from the
tomb at Polk plaie, the old family
residence in this city, to a picturesque
spot at the state capltol grounds and
The services at Polk place and Capi
tol hill were very impressive. Dur
ing the hour fixed for the removal the
public offices and business establish
ments were closed and bells in the
citv hall and the churches were tolled.
Tbe dav was elear and bright and an
immense concourse of people as
sembled after the services. A military
salute ot twenty-one gnns was fired.
The tomb is on the north side of Capi
tol hill and near the equestrian statue
of President Andrew Jackeon.
Rain la KiaiM.
Tope K A. Kan.. Sept 80. Rain be
gan falling at 13 o'clock last night and
was still falling at 1? o'clock to-day.
The rain extends over the greater part
of the state and will be beneficial to
late corn and pastures, and will put
the ground in fine condition for seed
ing. Reports from central and west
ern Kansas state that the rainfall is
general with indications for continu
ance throughout tne uay.
Croabsd Whlls Aalsop.
Kansas City, Ma, Sept 24 Henry
Oerber, a German gardener 33 years
of age, who lives alone In a cottage on
the county road half a mile beyond
tbe western limits of Kansas City,
Kan., had his skull laid open at 4
o'clock this morning by a deadly blow
with a spade dealt by some unknown
person. The deed, which will prob
ably result in murder, waa, it la be
lieved, prompted by robbery.
CrlpDln, Lawrence A Co., Denver,
one of the biggest Unu concerns in the
West, have assigned.
Vice President Stevenson Is said to
be In accord with President Cleveland
on the silver quetiou.
The slxty-ntuth annual session ot
the sovereign graud ll,re, I. O. O. F.,
Is In aeaslon at Milwaukee.
A pro.iilnent stck buyer at Attor
berry, 111,, waa rob hod of n.u() in a
nek'rn dire at SprlnUeld, III,
A iii Hl tv atde the rscelter
of th- r lr of Itio Ir m It U ha been
fiie I itt ti' lit l!.iii 4u(ireme court
The tariff war UIapiu ti,-riiuiiy
and IliiWa will f, rj the former coun
try t buy nn'f .ii .si uuiliies ot
gnlu la tht touotry
I'.tirifUr revoutiy oenl the safe of
bur A t'.i. w baUia gram dealers
at i'htUips, Maiue, and ssowivd cah
aad 4(Mra agfrgat.u,; o,wha
a iateraatiunal AaHtua f
Factory laapwetors bsfaa it seventh
aauual euaveatioa la tuUsim Toploa
U be dlMUssed will b ahild labor
fat-'Ury inapsetlott, ads4 sanitary
reyalutUa. hours of laUw aad the
roalitloa ot people generally.
The North wsat ilwedUk evnfereaca,
U awtoa at UaUbura, 111., baa
VSVew! strong Wtapsreace rasotattoas,
lefaalaf ksaee forth ti attUate wUh
ny f-MiiicI party la sympathy w
Ike saltMa latereat, It cr lsrsd here
aftsr that no peraoa ustag Wbaeea
shaald b apuulated a Ma4 adkM
Tlia EUmsata Play Karoo at Et.
WIBD, H&IL AID KaIH QiLOBB-
Lightning Oete In Its Work aadpuua
Two Y. ung Men While Sitting
In a Kitshsn.
Tornado Near Angnata, Wis.
St. Patrt, Minn., Sept to Tbe tie
stents made a plaything ot St Paul
for a time yesterday, and the dry
spell of the past few weeks waa
broken with a vengeance in a rather
unceremonious manner. A little at
ter 11 o'clock the water eame down la
a steady stream, which, however,
lasted but a few minutes. There
was a lull ' in tbe , storm and
the sky showed signs ot clearing, but
the rain of the forenoon was only a
harbinger ot what came in the after
noon. Darkness such aa u seldom
cen ia daylight!! ever the city, and
the lights Wre lit in all the building
and electrio lights had to be turned
on in tbe street cars. After a gusty
blow and flashes of 1 .atning, the
storm burst j.n all Its ' The rain
came down in torr t ' " ' r a few min
utes, but quickly .'. ,ed to halt
Shade trees and n glass suf
fered most from th . rm.
Lightning got in ..- fatal work dur
ing the storm. Fred Miller and WU
Ham Kessler, two young Germans,
were instantly killed while sitting in
the kitchen of B. SchlflkederV a South
Side butcher. A child we knocked
off a chair, and the stove hattsred.
Mo further damage was don .
Torsade at Aag esia.
Eao Ci.Aiaa, Wla, Sept 10. A tor
nado yesterday blew several frame
dwellings oft their foundations -at
Augusta, took the root off Williams'
store, lev ed barns and fences and
pulled tree up by the roots. It Is be
lieved great damage was done in the
country, but no particulars are yet
PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS.
Pickpocket !o Nuiuersus That Dstso
tlvss Have Uson Employed.
Chicago, Sept 20. Experienced
sleuths in plain clothes mingled with
the crowd that sought admission to
the parliament of religions in the Art
institute yesterday, and closely scru
tinized each face as its owner passed
through the doors of the auditorium
and main assembly rooms. Their
ireopc(! was, due to the development
that during the first week of the par
liament the light-flngered gentry, and
for that matter women also, played
havoc with the personal possession
of the general folk in the various
Minis f Awards,
Cniciao, Sept $0. The following
awards in the department of mine
end mining were announced yester
Arkansas Morning Star Mining
company. Rush, Marion county, car
bonate of alnc ore.
Colorado American Zlno and Lead
company, Cauoa City, erode and re
fined products of slue
MUaourl Empire Zlno company,
Jophu. metallic rinc, product front
concentration of vine ore.
A Nisei Opsrals Rstd Fp.
HoLorx, Ma, Krpt 10. Night Op
frstor W. G. Wbget wa held up at
8.4S o'clock yesterday morotng by an
u unissued msa. The robber re
itted a revolver at the breast of Ma
Ylnsr"l and ordered him to one ths
expreiMi said in the dst Mr. Winrst
could tmt oen the safe, and the roller
eotiteatsd ltluiif with aeareblag Mr
WlBgul Nothiuif waa Seeura.L The
tnau ta drstrlbod as betag six faet tall,
wltli a djirk mustache aad wsanug a
light hat aad clothes.
rials) Stsbsrr as a tHae.
I.SAPVU li, Cot, Sept IA A bold
robbery took pi see at the Little Joka
Isle aiiue yesterday moraiaf. Tb
tula la a gold producer and tha tola
rat is sacked and ptaead in the tla
house, where It Is sartfaUf cuarded,
The gasrds were lorersd by four
su asked wen. wka took away Mtaerat
wiMk tis,eH. The rubbery we
levarlr pisansd, all the wires to the
aalae Sating b ewt Tksre U a
alee W the yerpstrstura,
nh a4tareas frf afkkitlis at p
pst iswslily ssasaltwaaJ, t ,
Va NarthwasUra llae tu ChU'eaTii.
Ut rat, tat tralaa. UXo ! 114
The free and unlimit
ed coinage of silver at
th ratio of 1C to 1; la
othr words, the restor
ation of silver to Ue
place it held in our cur
rency from 1792 to 1873
That the Sherman
law should not be re
pcalett unless a law
more favorable to sil
ver Is substituted for it
MR. LAMORBAUX IS PLEASED
e Ceacvatalstes Hinissir Vp tbe Way
the atrip Was Opsnsd.
' WaaaivoTOX, Sept fft Land Coaa
ulasioner Lamoreanx Is congratnlat
ing himself upon the effective manner
la which the Cherokee strip was
opened. Moat of the hardship en
countered by the homaeeker are ia
no sense attributable to tbe arrange
ments made by the interior depart
meut but to the boomers thamaelvwav
The result proved that the arrange
ments were ample to take car off
everybody. At 4 o'clock, Frliar
afternoon, the people were all rra
tered at Arkansss City, where there
was the greatest congestion of hnrnaaV
ty. But each Ujotner wanted to be)
registered ahead of everybndr clasv
and the result waa a freightfnl erna
that might as well have been avoided.
The special agents of the department
report one shouting scrape between a
soldier and a gambler. All other
eases reported are oasee of accident,
none ot which remotely or other wis
reflect upon tbe methods of the da-
partment A telegram was received
from one of the land office through,
the cracks of which tbe sand blow
unobstructed to the great discomfort
of the clerka Otherwise everything
la working satisfactorily,
THBEATENINO THE SENATORS.
Creak Letters Sold te Bare Been Be
eclred by Mr. Teller aad Others,
WashisOtost, Sept 20. It Is aaii
that senators on both side of th
financial question are constantly re
ceiving letters from creak who
threaten to annihilate them unlasa '
they change their attitude toward th
silver problem Several prominent
senators have expressed themsetve a
alarmed at the crwr of thee
threats, among the number being
Senator Teller of Colorado. Senator
Stewart of Nevada say that anony
mous threat have no terror for him.
It is understood that Sergcant-at-Arms
Uright ha for torn tun . had
stationed in the galleries and at gal
lery doorways detective In cltlsn'
clothes to watch th movement f
auspicious stranger who might b '
concealing dynamite bomb ia inno-cent-looknig
valise to drop down v
tha beads rffcniin(r statesmen.
Caagat la the Aet
Niobbaba, Neb., Sept. tO.Onf tba
boldest and most exte naive gangs of
cattle thieve that ever infested this
state is now being broken into and ex
posed to the contempt of an indignant
public Some time ago it was whis
pered about that the Uothwell broth
ers, two prominent feeders and ship
pers of this county, were at the head of
a well organized gang who were ship?
ping other people's cattle, but no ar
rests were made. Uundaunted by the
keen watch and declared suspicion it
aeems they have followed up their
hand till a few days ago, when they
were intercepted in the act ot loading
for shipment from Creighton a car load
of steers belonging to Nel Nelson, a
farmer living abdut fifteen miles north
west of that place. They were ar
rested, pleaded having purchased the
the cattle of Mr. Lynn, who has left
the country, and were put under bonda,
ot 91,000 each. Since then Jake Boom, ..
a confederate, baa weakened and 1
now in the county Jail. He tell th
atorv of a aeries of ktealinff and ship
ping Whole herds ef cattle in UiU ai
adjoining counties, (Hat for boldness i '
astonishing. Sheriff Crockett hi
sworn in a number of special deputies,
all of whom are out with warrant for
Jim and Sam Roth well, Charles Stew
art Joe Walker. Tbe farmers are
orked up to a fever heat and it ia
feared desperate measures may be re
A reBBie Uaadil Arrested.
Kokomo, Ind, Sept 80, Miss Viola
Dietrich, aged 10 yeara ot tht city,
headed a baud of highwaymen who
robbed four people here Sunday night
Her flan was to Induce reputable elV
Isens to protect her oa the plea tliat
she trared to be en th atreet alone
She led her victim down a dark)
Street where her accomnllcea lay
concealed The femat thief and tw
of bar accomplice are under arrsat
Tramp rpsf a Trala.
Rr, Jo-m Mo, ept ta A party
of about thirty tramp took poaae
slcB of the Kansas City, St Joseph,
and Council Ittutta fislght train Na
14 at tha Pactda Jaaetloa yesterday
atura u With rtvwlvere the- foro4
CoaduiHnc Parrtsk aad the trt.va
to pull the.a to th oiiUkirt of W
sttr l tftty abandoned the train
aud tM! to tbe hill A poa ta now
in puratt.t sal thra ef th fellow
V testae J-Ut steepet tWaatht
SstiM. K SV f. Tkr)
JoUl kvsnera who led fresa th ty
Uat week to lh lellf atla.
et ths grand jury, wtr .Hwatkt baekj
yastardsy Um b Carehee outlet
Vy Ddr ahariff I'killlp aad lttd
ta th oty jaa When ar tented tha
taea were la Ha waltlag a regvas
tared, TrW e tim Fsald.
Bett rVMttf 4 Caaa Urw,
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