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t PERSONAL AND POLITICAL 1
JS Other Matter of Interest Con- g
( denned From tha Mora
jS Important Telegrams. V
The Washington government will
imrtlclpato In an nrbltratlou of tho
long RtnndlriK dispute with Mexico
ovor tlio Intornatlonnt boundary tit CI
1'nno, Tex., within a year.
Looking to tho compliance- with tho
president's policy of putting tho exe
cutive1 departments and ofllccB of tho
Government on a Round basis, with
a view to a greater onlc-lcncy nnd
Kreater economy. Secretary Unlllnger
appointed a commlttco of tbrco de
partment omdnlR to study tho
question In the Interior department.
In August tho export trado of tho
United Stnten to every part of the
world increased inoro than $12,000.
000, according to a summary complet
ed by tho department of commerce
nnd labor. In tho eight months of
tho calendar year, which ended with
August, the vnluo of exports to
Europe alono wcro nearly $020,000,
000, and tho Imports for tho same
period more than $525,000,000.
Seventeen suits, Instituted by tho
United States and charging that
many thousand conveyances of
Indian lands of tho live civilized
trlbc3 allotted In severalty to them
had been niado in vain of express re
Btrlctlous against alienation, were
tiled in tho cupremo court of tho
United States for review. Tho cases
Involve a determination of what Is
the present policy of tho government
toward tho Indians of these tribes.
"itussla Is far behind other civilized
countries of tho world In tho matter
of decreasing tho numbor of death
rontences, ncording to statistics given
to tho International prison congress
at Us session by Dr. Frederick H.
"Wines of Philadelphia.
Thero Is a possibility that Great
Britain will uso its good offices to so
euro respect for tho porsons of King
Manuel and tho queen mother, Amelia
of Portugal, from tho revolutionists,
who nro reported to be In control of
Llsbou. Thero Is much public sym
pathy for King Manuel In England.
Professor Dombarda, the anti-clerical,
who waB shot by nn army Hen
tennnt at Lisbon, Portugal, died.
NewB of tho death soon circulated
nnd a crowd of anti-clericals as
sembled near tho professor's home
nnd shouted: "Down with the
priests. At Oporto the Intelligence
caused a violent collision between
Tho cholera epidemic has taken a
strong hold In Amur province.
Russia. twenty-six cases, with
twelvo deaths, being reported during
tho week. Of these twelvo eases nnd
seven deaths wero at tho capital,
Plagovlashtchcnsk, Fergana, In Aur
kestan, Is also included In the
cholera zone and has reported six
rnses. On tho whole, however, the
situation Is Improving.
As has been anticipated, tho Bank
rf England raised its discount rnto to
i per cent.
Dr. J. 11. Worst, president of tho
North Dakota agricultural college, is
to head tho International dry farming
congress for tho coming yenr.
The total estimate for tho ap
propriations necessary for tho naval
servico in tho next fiscal year were
announced to bo J128.300.000.
Ono hundred thousand dollars re
ward Is offered for apprehension nnd
conviction of tho parties who dyna
mited tho Los Angeles Times build
ing. The grnnd prlzo race for automo
biles will bo held over tho Vnnderbilt
cup courso on Long Island, October
15. Tho courso Is to bo thoroughly
policed that accidents may bo
Complaint was Hied with tho Inter
ctato Commerce 'commission by" tho
rnllrond commissioners of South Dak
ota against Increaso on freight rates
proposed by tho Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul nnd twelvo other railroads
operating' in that .state.
Thev representative committee of
tho united brotherhood of carpenters
nnd Joiners of America in biennial
convention nt Des Moines reported
In favor or a national homo for
tuberculosis cases and aged carp
enters. Tho convention will decide
Upon tho report at the next biennial
ponventlon nt Washington. D. C.
Aviator Ilrooklns broko tho long
dlstnnco flight record by sailing from
Chicago to Springfield, II!.
Tho work of the port of Naples has
bnen suspended, practically, In conso
rjuenco of tho cholora epidemic Jn tho
poorer quarters of tho city.
The total estimates for tho appro
priations necessary for tho nnvnl
rorvlco In tho next lineal year wero
announced to bo $128,300,000.
Virginia Hnrned Fothorn, tho vcli
known actress filed suit for divorce
against Edward II. Sothern, tho
prominent nctor, In tho district court
nt Reno, Nev
Tho Independents of New York will
put a full ticket in tho field.
John A. Dlx was nominated for gov
crnor by tho democrats of New York.
Tho president withdrew 4,100 acres
of land from the public domain In
China is believed to bo on tho
vorgo of an uphcavel similar to that
of tho boxers.
Necessity of frequent examinations
of banks wns made nt tho Los Ange
ltenr Admiral Charles It. Itockor.
retired, died In Washington, aged
A republic has been proclaimed at
Lisbon, Portugal, and a provisional
Tho Independence leaguo of Now
York declined to endorse tho nomi
nees of tho republicans.
Former Congressman Thomas Up
degriiff from tho Fourth Iowa district,
died at his homo In McGregor, la.
Tho German ministry of war an
nounced it would glvo J2C.00O as a
price for an overland aviation com
petition. Klwin, thrce-ycar-old son of C. A.
Johnson, republican candldnto for
governor of North Dakota, was
burned to death.
Diplomatic relations between Vene
zuela and Colombia which wero re
cently sevorcd becauso of a boundary
dlsputo havo been restored.
Walter Ilrooklns, tho hero ef the
Chlcagoto-Sprlnglleld will attempt a
Might continuously from Spriugtlcld to
St. Louis, a distance of olghty-ilve
A $10,000,000 mergor of all the
powder companlos In Canada with the
exception of tho Giant Powder com
pnny, branch factory at Telegraph
Hay, has Just been effected.
Becauso of tho cholera scaro In
Europe, two Incoming trnns-Atlnntic
liners tho I-apland from Antwerp und
tho Perussla from Naples, wero de
tained nt quarantino for Inspection.
By an order Issued oy tho postolllce
department land grant railroads here
ufter will receivo only $15.39 for
each 2,000 pounds of mall carried In
excess of 48,000 pounds. Tho old rate
The commission named by Presi
dent Taft to determlno how tho gov
ernment may best surpervlsc tho Is
suance of railway securities will hold
Its first session In Washington No
vember 28. Quarters will be opened
thero at once and a force of clerks
Tho state of Missouri has a popula
tion of 3,293,335, according to the en
umeration made during the thirteenth
census, statistics of which were an
nounced by the consuB bureau. This
Is nn Increnso of 1SG.570, or 6 por
cent over tho population in 1000 of
The Los Angeles Times building
wns wrecked by dynamite and subse
quently destroyed by ilro. Twenty or
more lives were lost nnd a great
printing plant utterly destroyed. The
outrage is attributed to labor
troubles, tho Times having for a
long tlmo been nn open oince. So
far thero Is no cluo to tho guilty
Tho Standard Oil company through
Its olllclnl publicity representative, J.
1. C. Clarke, has announced that the
company has inaugurated a cam
paign to Increase tho world's con
sumption of refined oil," and Is lower
ing prices of keroseue In Europe and
tho far east. This action follows that
of August last, when tho Standard Oil
company reduced rellned oil In bar
rels 1 cents a gallon from Oi to
8-"Ji cents at the refinery, and rellned
oil In tanks from C4 to 5 cents a
gallon. In part tho statement reads:
"Tho Standard Oil company has in
augurated a campaign to Increaso the
world's consumption of refined oil.
Tho level of prices for refined oil to
day In tho United States Is lower
than at nny tlmo during recent years,
and as a direct result of these prices
tho consumption of refined oil In this
country Is increasing. The snme pol
icy Is- now being actively pursued
As a tragic sequel to tho death of
Edmond Polllt, tho French aviator,
his fiancee, who had shown almost
uncontrollable grief went to his grave
Sunday and fired a bullet Into her
heart. Polllot was killed on Sep
tember 25 whllo making a flight with
a passenger. While at a height of
ninety feet a wing collapsed aud tho
machlno fell backward.
The executive commlttco of tho
brotherhood of machinists, through
Secretary Robert M. Lnckoy, sent to
tho Interstate commcrco commission
a protest ngalnst tho recent petition
presented to tho commission by of
ficials of various organizations of rail
road omployes urging that tho pro
pospd ndvnnco of freight rates should
Hoke Smiths has been elected to
serve a second torm as governor of
Postmaster General Hitchcock , has
made a number of promotions in his
Rufus Blodgott, former United
States senator, died at his homo at
Long Branch, N. J. Ho was taken
sick about six months xjo.
Republicans and democrats nro to
hold their state nominating conven
tions nt Boston.
Henry L. Stlmson wns notified of
his nomination for governor of New
York, and accepted tho place.
"If my health continues to Improve
I expect to bo a cnndldnto for tho
United Stntes sonnto In 1912, other
wlso not," said Senator Tillmnn.
Thero is a possibility that Great
Drltaln will uso Its good oillces to so
euro respect for tho persons of King
Manuel and the queon mother, Ame
lia, of Portugal from tho revolutionists.
FREMONT FARMER LOST $325
HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE
What Is Going on Hero and There
That Is of Interest to the Read
ers Throughout Nebraska
Fremont. Checks and money to tho
extent of $323 wore taken from the
rosldcnco of Joseph Snyder, three
miles cast of Fremont by a sneak
thief who entered tho place while Mr.
and Mrs. Snyder were mllldng the
cows. Mr. Snjder had been In Fre
mont during the day to sell sonic
grain and produce. Ho tbok the money
homo In a grip. While ho was milking
tho grip disappeared. It Is believed
that Bonieono who saw Mr. Snyder put
the money In the grip followed blm
home and seized the opportunity to
stenl It. Of the amount taken only $75
was In cash.
A Bold Hold-up.
Central City. Quite n daring hold
up occurred near Paddock, four miles
west of here. John DIzney, son of
Deputy Sheriff DIzney, was driving
nloug tho Union Pacific tracks at that
point, when out of tho darkness two
men rose up from tho side of the road,
ono nt his horses' heads and ono be
side tho buggy. The latter pointing
a pistol at him and ordering him to
throw up his hands. Tho highway
men went through Dlzney's pockets,
relieving hint of all of his money,
about $13, and then ordered hlin to
Dedicate New Church.
Chester. Neb. The new Methodist
church hero wns dedicated Sunday
with appropriate services. Officiating
ministers were Bishop Nuelson ofOm
nha; Rev. S. J. Henry Stltt, pastor;
R. N. Orrlll, district superintendent;
A. O. Hlnson of Syracuse, C. B. Lcn
feet of University Place, and Dr. W.
D. Parr of Indiana.
Endeavorers Will Meet.
Aurora. The twenty-fourth annual
convention of the Christian Endeavor
of Nebraska will meet In this city Oc
tober 21 to 23. It Is expected that
fully 500 delegates and friends from
all over the stato will bo here during
New Postoffico Site.
Wahoo. The inspector from tho U.
S. treasury examined various sites
for the new postofllce building here
this week. At the last session of con
gress a bill was passed appropriating
$10,000 for tho structure.
Eustis. The C. J. Miles elevator
burned at this place with n complete
loss. About one car of oats and one
of wheat wero in the building. The
fire started in tho cnglno room from
an unknown cause.
Creighton expects to put in a water
system in the near future.
No now cases of diphtheria havo de
veloped at Cortland, nnd thoso who
were quarantined will be out shortly.
Tho public school savings bank will
be established in Lincoln schools after
a committee have outlined tho details.
Tho Red Willow county fair closed
a very successful Bhow last w.oek. It
was Bald to be the best In tho history
of the county.
Tho trunnt officer at Nebraska City
has been rounding up a number ot
boya who have not been attending
school of late.
The thlrty-Eeventh nnnual session of
the Nebraska synod of tho Presbyter
ian church will bo held In Beatrice,
October 12 to 18.
The board of directors of the Buffa
lo county agricultural association have
decided to havo a fall agricultural ex
hibit In the city hall on November 15,
16, 17 nnd 18.
Whllo tho family wero nway from
home recently a burglar entered tho
residence of Julius Pltz, a farmer liv
ing south of Plattsmouth, and rifled
the house, securing $30 In money.
The $3,000 National Waterloo Cours
ing Stake will be run at Sutton, Octo
ber 11 to 15. Thero will ho some ex
citing rnces hetwoen tho houndB and
jacltrabblts. Over 200 dogs are en
tered. James Russell, tho oldest veteran of
civil war In tho state, was at tho of
fice of tho county clerk at Lincoln
filing his pension voucher. Russell Is
90 years of age, but Is still in excel
Triplets, two girls and a boy, rang
ing lu weight from Jl to C. pounds
each, wero born to Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
J. Curtlss nt Hastings. Tho heaviest
of tho trio Is tho boy. So far as
known this Is tho first caso of trip
lets being born In Hastings.
The Otoo county Sunday school con
vention last week closed with a grand
parade In which nearly 1,300 workers
wero In line.
Rov. Robert Lidden has tendered
his resignation ns pastor of tho Te
cuniFeh Prtsbytcrlan church and will
go to Oklahoma.
Tho Scottsbluff County fair closed
Inst week with an unusually gcod at
tendance nnd program. Owing to tho
early frostB tho vegetnble display was
not up to tho standard, but many good
specimens of farm products were ex
hibited. A number of Lincoln people have
been getting lotters from some one In
a Spanish prison trying to dispose of
a fortune. All that Is required Is the
presence In Spain of tho recipient of
tho letter. Further details will then
Nebraska City. Joy Morton of Chi
cago, who has been here looking after
his largo real estate holdings and
other Interests, wub 'thrown out of his
buggy and suffered severo bruises. Ho
b conllned to his bed at Arbor Lodge,
IiIb homo, but formerly that of his
father, J. Sterling Morton.
Nebraska City. Gcorgo Maurcr,
who lecently fell heir to a largo es
tate in Germany, loft with hid wife for
that country Monday evening. Ills
children remain hero, but tho old pco
plo oxpect to mnko their homo ovor
there. Ho gave hlu friends a farewell
reception nt tho Rathskeller prior to
taking his departure.
York will havo a hospital.
A new electric light plant Is to be
Installed at Silver Creek.
West Point will hold a farmers' In
stitute during January.
Tho Cuming county poultry show
will be held January 12, 13 nnd 14.
A chautuuqun association Ib being
organized by Grand Island citizens.
Tho bank at Oakdalo was looted by
yeggmen one night last week. They
nro still at largo.
Ono of tho Injured Lob Angeles
printers was a Lincoln boy by the
name of Hagerty.
Tho state W. C. TV U. raised n
$1,087 campaign fund nt its closing
session at Falrbury lately.
Tho Phelps county farmers insti
tute is preparing a flno program for
Its next meeting at Holdrego.
Tho nttendnncc nt tho Peru Normal
Is well above tho 500 mark, and new
students aro nrrlvlng nlmost dally.
Tho bank of Lorton, Otoo county,
wns blown open nnd an amount of
money estimated nt $2,200 tnken.
Rev. J. W. Ferner of Tabor, la.,
has accepted a call to tho pastorate ol
tho Congregational church of Beat
rice. Hunters from Dlller report having
scon a deer ono day last week, which
was tho first seen In that locality for
ts. -is- ri n.
An Informal complaint has been
filed with the stato railway commis
sion by citlens of Beaver City against
tho Beavor City Telephone company.
Tho chief complaint Is that thero Is
no servico after 10 p. m. and that
there Is no servico on Sunday.
Warden Smith of tho penal insti
tute had a good month in tho matter
of cash receipts. Ho took In $1,
5C1..01, of which C72.41 was gate re
ceipts. Ho turned Into the stato
treasury $1,273.65, leaving a balance
of $519.64 on hand.
Tho addition of a signal detach
ment to the cadet battalion will bo a
new feature in the military depart
ment of the stato univorslty this
year. Snvornl years ago tho signal
corps was an Important part of tho
cadet battalion. It was later disband
ed. With tho reorganization of the de
partment and tho creation of a cadet
icglment tho need of tho "wig-wag-gers"
Though Attorney General Thomp
son has been sworn in as solicitor of
the treasury department at Washing
ton, ho has not yet severed his con
nection with tho legal department of
tho state. When ho left Mr. Thomp
son expected to return to Lincoln
some tlmo In October and wind up
soma cases In which tho Btato is a
party. Ho probably will not resign
until nfter election.
Tho state hoard of purchase and
supplies has been notified of an in
creaso In the price of coffee. Tho
board has been somewhat wedded to
coffee that costs 15 cents a pound.
Tho board has been buying 15-cent
coffco for use in stato institutions,
tho pfllccrs of such Institutions being
excopted from tho use of such grade,
but now it has been Informed that at
loast 4 cents a pound moro will be
asked for this coffee by Jobbors.
According to a recont report of Sec
ictary Royso of tho stato banking
board, thoro aro 54,701 stockholders
In the soventy building and loan asso
ciations in Nebraska. Of this number
only 19,025 aro borrowing members.
The first mortgage loans mado amount
to $19,C43,822.82. There was an In
creaso of 453 In the number of loans
mado for building purposes nnd an
increaso of 506 over last year In tho
loanB made for tho purposo of paying
Tho survey authorized by tho Lin
coln Traction company directors for
an intorurban route between Lincoln
and Auburn will not bo undertaken
for some tlmo yet. It was not desired
to start tho Burvcy at a time when
surveyors would have to go through
fields of growing crops, because of tho
damago expense Hint would bo nec
essary, and ns tho soason went by it
was finally decided to jit off tho sur
vey until such a time us llttlo dam
ago will bo done by tho surveyors in
going through fields.
FOUR TOWN8 WIPED OFF MAP BY
REGULAR TORNADO OF FIRE
The Number of Dead May Reach
Over One Hundred Searching
Parties Aro at Work In
Warroad, Minn. Tho greatest catas
trophe that Minnesota has experienced
sinco tho Hinckley horror fifteen
years ago, occurred Friday and Satur
day, when tho whole Minnesota-Man!-toba
boundary country wns swept by
flrfa and ns dotallB become known,
tho disaster assumes nppallng propor
tions. Tho number of denths Is esti
mated at from 100 to 200 almost en
tirely among Bottlers In tho woods
nround tho towns of Beaudcttc, Pitt,
Roosevelt, and Grnceton, very few of
the Bottlers aro known to havo es
caped and this estimate may fall con
siderably short of the actual number.
Scenes of honor are reported from
every point. People lost their heads
completely nnd ran aimlessly about be
wailing their Iobs. Streets of towns
wore strewn with personal belongings
which were thrown away In their
Crowds of able bodied men, mostly
workmen, with no families to caro
for, ran pell-mell to board tho waiting
train at Benudetto to tho exclusion of
women and children, and refused pos
itively to assist In saving property. An
eastbound freight went through a
burned culvert near Pitt and blocked
The towns of Pitt, Spooncr and
Beaudcttc wero burned" Friday night.
A hurricane was blowing at the time
and within ten minute's after tho ap
pearanco of the llro the Inhabitants
were forced to flco for their lives, be
ing unable to save any of their proper.
Fifty Entombed In Mine.
Starkvlllo, Col. At least fifty-two
men are entombed in the StarkvUlo
mine of tho Colorado Fuel and Iron
company, while In tho approaches to
the mines hundreds of their fellows
with oxygen helmets, movable rotary
fans and picks nnd shovels, nre striv
ing simultaneously to unseal tho liv
ing tomb and to draw from It tho pois
onous gases with which it is partly
Tho men have been Imprisoned nnd
tho rescuing parties have tolled slnco
Saturday night, when an explosion,
probnbly of coal dust, Bhook the earth
for a radius of soven mllcB, destroyed
the main entrance to the mine and
sealed the tollers within it.
Cholera Reaches New York.
New York. A case of cholera devel
oped In the Btcerago of tho Hamburg
American liner, Moltko, which has
been detained at quarantino ns a pos
sible cholera carrier since Monday. Dr.
A. II. Doty health olilccr of tho port,
reported the case with the ndditlonal
informntion that another cholera pa
tient from tho Moltko Is under treat
ment at Swlnburno Island. This makes
three enses of cholera which have ac
tually reached this port. The latest
victim is Giovanni Falclglla, thirty-six
years old, who came from Naples In
the steerage of tho Moltke.
Los Angeles Victims Burled.
Los Angeles. Seventeen of the
twenty men who lost their lives in
the explosion that wrecked the Times
newspaper plant eight days ago, were
burled side by side in Hollywood cem
etery Sunday. One funeral service
was held for all in Temple auditorium,
which was packed by 2,500 men and
women while a greater crowd, unablo
to enter, stood outside.
Want the Mayor Ousted.
Benttlo. Circulation of tho petition
for tho recall of Mayor Hiram C. Gill
Is being mado. Tho wording of tho
petition is similar to that in the recall
of Mnyor A. C. Hnrpcr of Los Angeles.
It declares Mayor Gill has ahown him
self incompetent and unfit.
Calls for Contributions.
St. Paul Governor Eborhart, ns
president of tho 'State Red Cross soci
ety, this afternoon called upon tho
citizens of tho stato for contributions
of money, provisions nnd clothing for
tho Minnesota fire suffcrcrB.
Turkey Has a Revolution.
PnriB. A newa dispatch from Rome
statCB that a message from Ibrahim
bay at Constnntlnoplo stntes that n
revolution has broken out at Scurtarl
and thnt it !b spreading throughout
Has Natural Ice Plant.
Deadwood, S. D. Englowood, n
small town south of here, boasts a
naturnl Ico plant thnt la probably not
duplicated anywhere. It Js owned by
Harry Shaffer, and is nn old mlno
drift 90 feet In length. Vapors arising
from tho drift freeze oven in summer
nnd keep the tompcratur6 thero al
ways about 12 degrees below zero
forming natural lco sovernl Inches
.thick which Mr. Shaffer uses for do
mestic purposes. Shnffer Is of tho
opinion that this Bchcmo could be
used on a larger scale.
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