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Ben on of CTnfon, In.
The flrt IiihIwrs Brsilmi or flic
Union Veterans was held nt the old
cnpltol, nbout 200 delegates beitiK In
attendance. Tlic various rotninlttees
wero appointed, reports of ofllcors and
routine business transacted.
Thomas Named for Congress.
Seward, Nob., Aug. 15. James J.
Thomas of Seward was nominated for
congress by the Democrats of tho
CAUSTIC ON RISK OFFICIALS
VETERANS GET TOGETHER WITH
FIGHT FOR NEXT COMMANDER
Contest Has Become Active and Bit
ter About Fifteen Thousand Old
' Soldiers Will Be In Line of Parade
, Death Claims Two More,
Minneapolis, Auk. 15. Despite a
Eotnewhat hot and sultry day, the re- j
unions of the various regiments were !
can let", through with great success. '
There wus not a floor In any of the j
hotels nor a hall in the city which did i
not hold the survivors of some or- j
Ionization that was in the field dur-'
lng tho war. Some of tho gatherings
were largely attended but others were I BtnlQ (le,mrtmcnlB( sayIng.
State Departments Centers of Graft
and Fraud, Says Bar.
Omaha, Aug. 15. Tho committco
or the National Bar association which ,
has completed Us teport on lnsuranco,
relorm, which will bo submitted to the, of America, says that the question of
convention of tho association to be eliminating ti.o tariff on live stock
hold in St. Paul on Aug. 28-31, makes, would be one of the subjects discussed
important recommendations nnd crltl- at the convention of the association
by .1. W. roar, on of Boyd for gov
ernor. The directors of tho Chlccgo board
of trade have decided not to rostoro
tho old commission rate for the pres
ent nt least.
O. B. Heath, one of the cattle kings
In the early days of Kansas, died at
his home In Junction City, aged sixty
Admiral George Dewey was elected
governor general of the Order of
Founders and Patriots of America, to
fill Die vacancy caused by the death
of Robert B. Roosevelt.
Francis II. Smith, one of the first
official reporters of congressional de
hates, died at Washington, Conn.,
where he was born a arch 11, 1829.
George II. Shaffer, president of the
United Master Butchers' Association
cisms. It is particularly severe on
conllned to not more than a half dozen
of the original regimental members.
The reunions in tho majority of cases
did not last for any length of time and
the veterans were Boon on their way
to visit some of the points of Interest
throughout tho city. Receptions wore
also held by members of the Ladies of
tho Grand Army, the Women's Relief
"Tho trouble is that the state lnsur
anco departments are sinecures. They
are political prizes. Knowledge of
the insurance business Is the last
thing required. They nre mere col '
lection ngencics. Thoy offer the most
seductive opportunities for fraud and
graft that exist in the United States." i
Although denying that this charge
to be held In Milwaukee Aug,
CRAZY MAN ABROAD
The report then quotes figures tc
show that the creat mass of Insur
ance business is interstate In charac- j
ter nnd gives many authorities tc
show that tho popular demand is for
federal rather than state control. i
NEGRO SOLDIERSTHOOT TO KILL
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similar character, all of them keeping mentg( thQ rcport c,(eg the ,ll8cloaurca
open House mrougiiuuL iu "y.
The feature of last evening was n '
largo campflre held in the Auditorium, '
which packed the structure. Addresses
were made by Governor Johnson, '
Commander-in-Chief Tanner, R. B.
Brown of Zanesvllle, O., a candidate
for the honor or being the next com
mander of tho Grand Army, nnd a
number of others. '
Two more members of the Grand
Army died here, making three who
have passed away since tho com
mencement of the present encamp
ment. J. II. Burke of Burllngamo,
Kan., fell dead while standing in front
of the clerk's desk in tho Pauley ho
tel. Death was caused by apoplexy,
induced by tho heat. The other death
V-as that of George II. Smith, a former
member, of the First New York
dragoons, who bad been visiting rela
tives In the city for some time. Mr.
Smith was knocked down by a horse
which was driven rapidly around a
corner just as he was about to take
a street car. and died soon after.
The fight for commander-in-chief ,
has become active and bitter. Many I
copies or a circular nttacklng the wnr
record of Captain. P. II. Coney of Kan
sas, a prominent candidate, were
handed around. The circular was not
signed and Captain Coney declared
that the attack was so utterly base
less as to bo almost beneath his no
tice. Ho contented himself by giving
It a simple denial and referring all
persons who desired information as
to his war record to the history of
the One Hundred and Eleventh New
It Is tho intention of the members
of the Ladies of the Grand Army to
offer a resolution In tho business
meeting of the Grand Army urging tho
purchase of the McCloan House at
Appomattox ror the purpose or con
verting It Into a national museum. It
is said that the plan has met with
favor on tho part or the confederate
veterans, who have offered to aid In
the project. Miss Nellie Underwood
.and Mrs. Belknap of the I,adies of
the Grand Army are pushing the plan.
The great parado is to bo held to
day. It Is expected that about 15,000
men will bo In line. The line of march
will be about two miles in length.
Tho oxposrIvo heat caused .o num
ber of prostrations among tho visitors
and several of the emergency hos
pitals were completely filled at 'times.
Among the visitors who collapsed bo
causo of the heat, but nono of whom
Is expected to die, are William Geor
of Cameron la.: William Gerhard or
Kansas and William Pettibune of
The first move toward securing tho
national encampment or 1907 was
made by the Now York delegation,
which announced Its Intention or get
ting It, If possible, for Saratoga.
Threatens to Exterminate a Family at
Lyons, Neb., Aug. 11. Great excite
ment prevail east of here on account
of a crazy man's appearance In tha
neighborhood. He Is a large, heavy
set man and carries a gun.
He attempted to enter the homo ol
George Newell's nnd said he would ex-
made in New York, Pennsylvania and gave pursut, but tho crazy man got
Minnesota as specific Instances tc' ,...,,, e-ntn .ilom n,i mmint hn fnnmi.
prove Its general correctness
away from them nnd cannot be found.
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Several Volleys In Streets of
Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 15. Evi
dently nngered because of a search
made among their ranks In an effort
to apprehend a negro who attacked
Mrs. Leon Evans at her homo here
nnd whom she asserted was a negro
soldier, menbers of a battalion of
negro federal troops stationed at Fort
Brown, near here, entered Browns
ville, became unruly and fired several
volleys down Main street. As a re
sult Frank Nntus, a barkeeper, is dead,
a bullet from a Krag-.Torgensen rlfio
having pierced his heart, and Police-j otner j)iac0s.
mnn .lojenn uoininge is wuhihibu, ma
arm and hand shattered by n bullet
and his horse shot from under him.
Twenty- free of the bullets fired
entered the homo of Louis R. Cowan,
many went through the residence of
F. E Stark and several bricks wero
shot from the walls of tho Miller ho
tel, near a window where guests wore '
sleeping. After their depredations
the negroes returned to their garrison.
Unknown Man Literally Eaten Up by
Vermin and Files.
Bloomfleld, Neb., Aug. 13. Covered
with vermin and Insects tho almost
naked body of an unknown mnn was
found lylnj in the road tweleve miles;
northeast of here. The man was near
ly dead when discovered and expired i
in a local hospital.
The stranger Is believed to be Wal- j
ter Todd, who wandered away from
Hancock's ranch, near Wood lake, sev
eral days ago while temporarily insane
and had not been heard from since.
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LAND FEVER RAGES AT RULO
Many Hungry Ones Go West or North
for Cheaper Acres.
Rulo, Neb., Aug. 13. Seventy peo
ple left this county this week seeking
Investments and homes In Dakota,
western Nebraska or Kansas and
Many of them aro
woalthv anil have all Uio comforts ol
lite here. Such a reeling of unrest' hogged that he might see hor Tor a
and moving spirit has never before
resented himself as an unmarried
man, and when he fell in love and
wished to be married that he th tight
It would take too long for a dlrorco
and he had relied upon the ..ope
that his former marriage would not
Miss Thompson also appeared in j
court, and upon her own statement
and the confession of Degarmo the!
marriage was set asido and her j
maiden name restored. Tho prisoner
iw. m Urf iiliL.111
PRINTERS VISIT MOUNTAINS
Prizes Will Be Paid for Best Stories
on Trip to Cripple Creek.
Colorndo Springs, Colo., Aug. 15.
Three special tiains on the Colorado
Springs and Cripple Creek District
railway carried tho delegates to tho
fifty-second annual convention of tho
International Typographical union,
now In session In this city, to the
Cripple Creek gold camp, where the
day was spent In visiting several of
the big mines.
Twelve hundred dollars In gold
bricks will bo awarded as prizes to
tho writers of tho best articles de
scriptive of the trip and the gold
camp, tho articles to be published
otitsldo .of Colorado.
attacked the people of this county.
Tho high price of land here has much
to do with tho matter, however. Many
have sought cheap land and made in
vestments, while the land that has
been sold here, as a rule, has been
sold to those who wish to enlargo
their farms. But Tew outsiders have
come In here and purchased.
few moments at least, but the priv
ilege was refused.
FLOWERS ON SCENE OF WRECK.
WOMAN'S RELIEF UNION
Twentieth Annual ConvcntTon Opens
at St. Paul.
tS. Paul, Aug. 15. Tho twentieth
annual convention of tho Union Vet
erans' Woman's Relief union wns
opened in the house of representatives '
hall In the old cnpltol. j
The convention Is ono of the largest
the organization has held, moro than
250 delegates being present, represent
ing all except seven states of tho
Tho sessions aro nil executive and,
after an address by tho president, Ella
Kraft of Now York, tho convention
listened to committee roports of tho
work done during tho last year.
Tho following officers wero elected:
National president, Mrs. MIran W.
Rose of St. Paul; senior vice presi
dent, Rhoda Ells of Rock Island;
junior vlco president, Solina Butts of
Wichita; chaplain, Bnnia V. Beck of
Washington, pa,;, conductress, Vellorn
APPLE GROWERS IN SESSION
Three Hundred Delegates Attend
Meeting at St. Louis.
St. Louis, Aug. 13. The fourth an
nual convention of tho American Ap
ple Growers' association mot hero
with nbout 200 delegates present.
President II. M. Dunlap of Savoy, 111.,
presided. Tho convention will bo In
session two days, hearing papers and
discussing applo raising nnd market
ing and will elect now officers. To
morrow delegates will leave on a spe
cial train provided by tho 'Frisco rail
way system for a trip through tho Mis
souri and Arkansas apple belt.
Unknown Person Places Garlands on
Rck Island Bridge at Lincoln.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 11. Some per
son unknown heaped (lowers on the
Rock Island bridge nenn the peniten
tiary on tho evening of Aug. 9. This
was the annlversnry of the disastrous
wreck which took place Aug. 9, 1894,
at 9 p. m. George Washington Davis
served in prison charged with the
P. H. Farley, a farmer, discovered
the wreaths and garlands of flowers.
They were placed in careful order on
tho bridge, where they withered In the
sun. Several bouquets, jolted by pass
ing trains, fell to the bed of the creek
beneath, where a dozen passengers
were burned In the wreckago.
No ono saw tho person who did tho
DEGARMO HAS STRENUOUS TIME.
Nebraska Troops Start for Home.
Fort Riley, Kan., Aug. 13. Tho
Eleventh battery of field artillery ar
rived at the camp of instruction with
its big five-inch siego guns. It enmo
here under tho command of Captain I
Clint C. Hearn by marching from ,
Fort Leavenworth, making tho trip In '
ten days. There are now ten batteries
of field artillery at tho, camp, and this
number represents one-third of all tho
United States field batteries. The Ne
braska National guard brigade bioke
camp here after a week's instruction
and loft for home by rail.
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Storm In Southern Indiana.
Evansvllle, Aug. IB. Tho most fc
vero storm in many yeais visited
southern Indiana. The rainfall in this
city amounted to moro than two
Inches in less than an hour. Thrco
buildings wero partially wrockol by
tho storm. Water ptood In some of
tho streets to tho depth of a foot or
more Tho property dnmnge will bo
heavy. Roports received from sur
rounding points say tho storm wa3
TELEGRAMS JERSELY TOLD
Former United States Senator Loo
Mantle or Butte, Mont., announced
his candidacy for United States sena
tor. Tho Texas prohibition state conven
tion nominated a state ticket, headed
Married Twice, Divorced and Sen'
tenced to Prison In Three Weeks.
Reaver City, Neb., Aug. 13. Mar
tied twlco to the same woman, dl
vorced and sentenced to five years In l
tho penltentlnry, all within three
weeks, is tho record of Walter De
tied to Miss Luella Thompson of Wil
sonville, but across tho county line In
Red Willow county, where tho cere
mony was Invalid. Thoy crossed back
to this county and wero again mar
ried. It developed that Degarmo had
an undivorced wife In Carthage, 111.
He was tried at a special term of the
district court and sentenced by Judge
Orr to flvo years In tho penitentiary.
In tho court room ho confessed that
ho had done wrong, but that at tho
expiration of his sentence ho would
return and again marry Miss Thomp
son. Ho stated that he at first rep-
Shot by His Wife.
Toronto, Kas Aug. 114. John D.
Donahue, a wealthy farmer, was shot
at his home near Coyvllle by his wife,
whom he had attacked. Donahue was
70 years old and had lived near Coy
vllle moro than a quarter of a cen
tury. Mrs. Donahue has not yet been
Grand Jury Indicts Three.
Jamestown, N. Y Aug. 11. The
federal grand jury for tho western dls- '
trict of Now York returned indict- '
ments against tho Standard Oil com-
pany of New York, the Pennsylvania
Railroad company and tho Vacuum I
I Oil company of Rochester for viola-
' tlons of. tho interstate commerce taw
FUNERAL OF O'DANIELS FAMILY.
Last of the Bodies Recovered From
Smoking Ruins of Home.
Omaha, Aug. 10. Tho funeral of
Ices for Mrs. O'Danlels and her five
fhreo weeks ago ho was mar-1 clin(jro( who burned to death In their '
home at Seymour Park, will be held
this afternoon. Interment will ue
mado In Evergreen cemetery. Two
caskets will be used and two hearses
will bear tho bodies to the last resting
place. A white casket will contain
tho remains of tho live children and n
black casket will be used for Mrs.
O'Danlels. Tho Inst body recovered
from the smoking ruins was that of A
tho two-year-old baby.
Thomas O'Danlels nnd his step
daughter, tho only survivors of tho
trngody, are in a state of nervous exhaustion.
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