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JNEWS OF NEBRASKA.
i- . iih remit lo 'iio
wif : :o or iial proceedings
:raii)M the Iti'lividual members At
lninp. (Jiiirial I'.rown contends t lint
the Injunction l tlio only effective
remedy for the trust and :cnbinatlon
Llcsncr Adjudged Insane.
Plerco, Nov. 20. Carl Llcsner, tin
RCd German fartnor In jail hero foi
stabbing and nlmost killing City Mar
lilial Crlppen of Plnlavlow two weokt
wgo, has boon adjudged insnno.
Koslowsky Acquitted of Murder.
South Omaha, Nov. 21. A verdict ol
not guilty wiib roturnod by tho Jury In
the chho of Joseph KoslowsUy, charged
with thu murder of William UoIIIiih, u
aiogro. Koslowtiky Is a bartender and
ashot Rollins In a fight In the saloon.
Lincoln Girl Is Injured.
Lincoln, Nov. 17. Charlotte Wnl
Ince, fifteen years of ago, was serious
ly Injured at Thirteenth and N strcots.
lko Harris, a negro, ran bin horao ovei
the girl. He was engaged in a
sprinting match with a delivery
Killed by Switch Engine.
TJlalr, Neb., Nov. 20. Gottlieb Hock-
Inatntitlv Irlllntl fit n otvlttli Ancrln
-the yards of tho Northwestern road. I r,mc8 l0 tcn yara m thc ,cnltcn
flock tliui (hey were guilty of any
Immoral or criminal act, but merely
were charged with a Statutory offense.
The end of the government Ib attained
by the removal of thf fences and this
has and Is being accdnpllshed Where
there Is any disposition shown to lg
noro the government requirement the
parties will be prosecuted and pun
Ished accordingly." ;
Woman Killed by Burglar.
Cblcngo, Nov 2t. Miss Maude
Reese, an employe of the general of-
" flees of the Union Traction company,
Mcda for Bryan. was shot and kllldl by a burglar,
Lincoln, Nov. 22. A gold modal whom she found In her apart incuts
Mil be forwarded to Lincoln and will when she returned from work. Tho
. lit the return of W. J. Bryan, llo burglar escaped by liaplng through a
was awarded tho first prize at tho window, leaving a sack filled with
Portland exposition for sheaf rye. silverware lying on the floor.
Forger Given Ten Years.
Sidney. Neb., Nov. 1C C. D.
Honiero of Dos Moines, who was re
cently arrested at Buffalo, N. Y.,
Thomas Takes Carbolic Acid.
Leavenworth, Knn Nov 22. W. B.
Thomas, associate of the late C. J.
Devlin, swallowed carbolic aclJ Re
charged with passing a forged draft ports from bis bedside say he cannot
on the Hank of Bridgeport, this coun- tccover.
I iunn r ltt 4 tn 1 fniltt 1 ll I i f nf
, aged sovonty-two years, wad y ",ia' "" '" """' '"""" ""-' "l
Uy killed by a switch engine In fr.KOry .nn.d 8cntoncf,l ' J"l,g0
Mr. Bockerroan, who Is vory deaf, wart
walking along the track toward his
tJiomo and was struck on tho forehead
'by tho tender of tho engine
Coat 8hortago In Nebraska.
tjmahn, Nov. 21. Complaints
coming In from a largo number of
Working for Better Corn.
Lincoln, Nov. 1C. Tho boys and
girls of the public schools of Jefferson
and Clay counties have decided to as
sist In tho movement Inaugurated by
tho state department of public In-
cities In Nebrnsku that thero Is a well 6"ictlon for the advancement of scl
"defined uhortngo In coal, especially of
tho bituminous varieties. Many towns
aro without coal to sell. If a cold snap
should descend suddenly on this sec
tion of the country suffering would un
entitle, corn culture nnd of domestic
science. County clubs were organized
by Deputy State Superintendent Bish
op in both counties.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chlcngo, Nov. 21. t'nttli' Hvcclptn, 0
000; Htcady to strong; common to prime
Hti'iTH, $'.UKKfi0.r0; cowm, $'J.WVf(4.2Ti; hulf
erH, $'J.0Oiif. .)(); IiuIIh, f'J.OOit-i.Uu; Htuukuio
hihI fuedtTH, $2.ir.ff?4.15j calvi-H, ?2.00547.()0.
Horh ltt't'olptH, IW.OOO; lower; choice to
prime heavy, $4.8T(fi4.0.'i; tneilliim to good
heavy, $-i.7S4l4.H.i; HtroiiRwelKUt butcher,
$4.8.V?M.t)."i; kooiI to choice heavy, mixed,
$4.7K5(4.M): pnekliiK, 1-M.YiM.liO. Sheep
ItecelptH, 18.000; Htoiuly, lumhx higher
nheep, SU"iiCXm', yearlings, $5.uOU0.O0;
BprltiB latiibH, $0.KXf47.GO.
Letton'a Plurality Is 23,218.
Lincoln, Nov. 21. Tho canvass of
ho Novotnbor voto In Nebraska was, as tho result of an attack made upon ,
Farmer Trampled by Cattle.
Norfolk, Neb., Nov. 22. U. T. Carl,
a Wayno county farmer, living be
tween Norfolk and llosklns, may die
PROPERTIES OF GLYCERIN.
completed In tho office of the secretary
of state, showing the following figures
tfor heads of tickets: Republican, 90,
107; fusion (Democrat and Populist),
'72,949; Prohibition, 5,181; Socialist, 3,
211. Tho plurality of Letton (Rep.),
for nssoclato justice of tho supremo
court. Is 23,218, and his majority 14,
793. Shoots Divorced Wife, Kills Self.
Aurora. Nob., Nov. 20. Tobe J.
Dance, after a quarrel with his di
vorced wlfo, shot her throe times and
Heft her supposedly dying at the homo
of her parents. Ho fled to tho coun
try and Sheriff Keumb discovered him
Sliding In a cornflold. Dance, when the
nhorlff approached, shot himself twice,
dying In n few momonts. Doctors suc
ceeded in removing two of tho bul
lets received by Mrs. Dance, and sho
Football Player Dying.
Lincoln, Nov. 20. Homer Gibson,
Tight half-back of tho Kansas City
manual training school football team,
"who was Injured bore Saturday, Is re
iported. to be dying. He was hastily
removed from tho hotel to St. Eliza
Sieth's hospital, where the operaitou
-was performed of trepanning of tho
skull to relieve a blood clot. His
lirothor and a professor of the Kansas
"City school are with htm and his moth
r has been telegraphed for. Tho bos-
jiltnl surgeon said his condition was
JNEBRASKANS HELD IN RUSSIA.
him by a bunch of cattle at his farm.
He had Just entered the yard to feed
the beasts when, wild and frightened,
they lunged at him en masse. The
animals hurled the farmer to tho
ground and then trampled upon him.
Memorial In Honor of Judge Cobb.
Lincoln, Nov. 22. Memorial serv
ices In honor of Judge Amasa Cobb
were held In tho supremo court. A
committee appointed by the court pre
sented resolutions nnd afterwards
Chief Justice Holcomb responded to
the tributes paid to tho career of tho
Jurist nnd soldier, who died several
months ago In Los Angeles, Cal. Ho
was formerly justlco of the Nebraska
supreme court nnd prominently iden
tified with the history of tho state.
Grain Suit Postponed.
Lincoln, Nov. 22. Tho supreme
court granted tho nttornoys for tho
Nebraska Grain Dealers' association
i nn extension of time In which to pre
pare argument. Thc association and
its members must bo ready for trial
at the next session without further
delay. Attorney General Brown op
posed the granting of the extension.
He says that tho dissolution of tho
association will not affect the case, as
the momliors are as amenable to tho
law as if tho association still existed.
Friends' College Abolishes Football.
Central City, Neb., Nov. 1(5. Quito a
stir has been caused by tho decision
of tho students of tho Nebraska Cen
tral college, tho state educational in
stitution of tho Friends, located at
I this place, to eliminate football from
I their list of sports. For two seasons
1 tho college has had a winning team,
Decomposes If Ilentcd Intensely nnd
CrrntalllrcB If Kroxun.
One of the grent advantages of glyc
erin In Its chemical employment Is tho
fact Unit It neither freezes nor evap
orates under any ordinary temperature.
No perceptible loss by evaporation has
been detected at a temperature less
than li00 degrees F., but If heated In
tensely It decomposes with a smell
that few persons find themselves ablo
to endure. It burns with a pale flame,
similar to that from alcohol, If heated
to about .'100 degrees and then Ignited.
Its nonevaporatlve qualities make tho
compound of much use as a vehlelo for
holding -pigments and colors, as in
stamping and typewriter ribbons, car
bon papers and the like.
If tho pure glycerin be exposed for a
long time to a freezing temperature It
crystallizes with the appearance of
sugar candy, but these crystals being
once melted It Ik almost an Impossi
bility to get them again Into the con
gealed state. If a little water bo add
ed to the glycerin no crystallization
will take place, though under a sulll
dent degree of cold the water will
separate and form crystals, amid which
the glycerin will remain In Its natural
state of fluidity. If suddenly subject
ed to Intense cold pure glycerin will
form a gummy mass which cannot bo
entirely hardened or crystallized. Al
together It Is quite a peculiar substance.
REFLOATING A SHIP.
IiihtviiIoiin Kxpi'illeiit DovInc1 to Save
the Sti'imior Klavlnn.
An Ingenious expedient wns devised
some years ago to refloat the steamer
Flavian, which struck on a ledge near
Cape Race. She was fixed in nn awk
ward position for tugs to work nt her,
nnd half her hull was submerged.
It was In the late fall, and proper
salvage outfits could neither be obtain
ed from abroad In time nor used ndvnn
Gcorge Schmidt and Wife of McCook
Are Sent to Separate Colonies.
Lincoln, Nov. 21. Wealthy, respect
ed and hnppy, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Schmidt nf Mfr?(inl: ilnr.iilmi in visit I and this vear It lost but ono game out
Hussln, the land of their birth. Now j or three played, and the action taken , tageously, so a series of holes were cut
alio family has been broken up by thc was largely tho result of the Incllna- i in her sides below the 'tween decks
Kusslan police and the authorities ro-j Hon of the players themselves. A
ifuse to allow them to leave tho land ' Kamo scheduled for Thanksgiving hns
ol tho czar. I been declared off and tho team has
They formerly lived In Lincoln and disbanded.
.ero married in this city. Marriage
TLlcenso Clerk Abbott received a lottor
THINKS PUNISHMENT TOO LIGHT.
details of tho
Ironi Rev. Gustav L.
IMcCook, giving the
As soon ns tho two arrived In Rus
ffila they wore apprehended. Mrs.
Schmidt was sent to one colony and
ttho husband to another. The Russians
'examined their marriage certificate
jind took It from them. Henkleman
wanted a copy of the marriage certlfl
cnto and Abbott furnished It. Tho
minister will take the matter up with
tho Russlnn embassy in Washington.
Both the prisoners aro American citi
zens. They have several children.
BRIEFS IN TIHEGRAIN CASE.
State Contends for Right of Proceed
ings for an Injunction.
Lincoln, Nov. 20. Attorney General
IBrown nnd former Chief Justice Sulli
van, In their brief on the suit for an
injunction ngalnst the Nebraska Grain
Dealers' association nnd tho membcra I result would bo a warding to those en
7ind officials thereof, which was filed ' Bnged on a smaller scale. That the
in the supromo court, claim that tho mso was a strong one Is evident by
evolution of society nns mauo u inv ; I'i " im.-mui vmuy
iperntlvo to oxtend tho operation of
Secretary Hitchcock Surprised at Len
iency Shown Cattlemen.
Washington, Nov. 17. Secretary
Hitchcock was unofficially Informed
that In tho matter of tho prosecution
of Bartlett Richards and W. G. Coin
stock In the federal court at Omaha
for tho Illegal fencing of 212.000 acres
of government land in Sheridan coun
ty, Nebraska, upon pleading guilty
the defendants had been sentenced to
remain for six hours In the custody of
the United States marshal and pay a
line of $300 each.
"You can say," said the secretary
In discussing the verdict, "that 1 am
surprisod and Indignant. The punish
ment is utterly Inadequate. Tho in
dictment wns the result of four years
of determined effort and the expendi
ture of thousands of dollars by the
government. Wo had selected the
large operators in the nope that tho
and huge pitch pine logs passed
through these apertures. Meanwhile
two cofferdams sixty feet long by
twelve wide and as many deep had
been built nt St. John's and, being
carefully calked, were towed to the
scone and allowed to sink by opening
n valve, being then placed beneath the
logs which passed through the ship and
protruded on each side.
The water in them wns next pumped
out, nnd as they rose they caught tho
logs and fairly lifted the ship off the
rocks, she being towed to St. John's
with them upbearing her till perma
nent repairs could be made, which In
volved patching her bottom for half
her length. Technical World.
injunctions for the prevention of lllo.
jRal combinations and agreements for
he control of prices as the only ade
quate remedy for the protection of
4he Intorosts of tho general public,
ithus answering the plea of the numor
tous counsol for tho grain dealers that
ilho equity powers of the court cannot
ibe invoked. ,
While tho gist of the first brief filed
ay tho attorneys for tho grain dealers
The result Is discouraging, Imc wo
shall not censo our efforts They
have promised to tear down their
fences nnd If thoy do not keep tho
promise thoy will bo Indicted again
and ngain until they learn that laws
aro mndo to be obeyed. Wo will not
Omaha, Nov. 17. Judgo Munger,
who Imposed tho penalty, said:
"Nothing was shown In tho Indict
ments against Rlcharda and Com-
What was probably one of the ear
liest theaters built was the theater of
DlonysiiB, which was begun five cen
turies before Christ. The seating ca
pacity of this remarkable building Is
said to have been 30,000, nearly four
times that of our largest amusement
palace. The theater of Dionysus was
erected when Greek art and literature
were In their prime. Here were pre
sented to appreciative spectators the
wonderful works of iEsehylus, Sopho
cles ami Euripides.
Sti4 for far
rtrtn nil in rrnnra A Tt. HTTARTC PlanOS
l.n.n knn nn1tln1rrw1 in Un tt flin VfifV IllfllCSt
grade. The ricritical and export musicians find
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