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LATEST NEWS TOLD IN BRIEFEST
AND BEST FORM.
ALL ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD
Review of Events of Greatest Interest
To Readers From all Parts
of the Globe.
I'rcBlrcnt Tuft pri-sti'd button at
Die wlilto liotiso mid formally opened
tliu Klku' carnival at Honolulu.
Tho Hiipervlsnr ol tin national park
forest nays that tho Kovortiiiiunt could
use pinion wood, of wlilch there la an
nbumlanco In Colorado, for the manu
facture of paper.
It Is at f resent almost certain that
President Taft will call an extra ses
sion of congress to act on the Cana
dian reciprocity bill.
I'onny postage for all local or city
delivery lettefs Is pioposed in a bill
Introduced In congress by Representa
tive driest of I'enusjlvanla.
The senate heard eulogies pro
nounced upon two of its late members,
John W. Daniel of Virginia and Sam
uel I). McKnery of IxMilsiann, '
Congressman John Magulro says the
Canadian reciprocity bill is not far
reaching enough, but will help to open
up a market In the growing northwest
for farmers In tho stales.
Champ Clark ami "Uncle .loo" Can
non "paired oft" at Tuesday night's
session of the house, and agreed to
offset each other on any i oil cnll on
any question that might come up.
A hiss sounded through the senate
chnmbcr Tuesday when Senator Ilalley
of Texas scathingly questioned the In
telligence of some of his auditors dur
ing a hearing of tho horltuor case.
A Joint resolution authorizing the
secretary of war- to receive for In
struction nt the West Point military
nendemy, two Chinese to be designat
ed by that government, was passed by
Only money nnd not advertising can
bo accepted by Interstate railroads In
payment for transportation, according
to an Interpretation announced by the
supremo court of tho United States of
tho Hepburn rate law of l'JOfi.
Statehood for Arizona seems to bo
impossible nt this session of con
gress, becniiEo the returns of tho elec
tion held February 1) cannot be can
vassed and certified under tho law "In
time to reach Washington for action.
Pittsburg is threatened with a street
The Kansas houso has passed a res
olution providing for the recall of pub
Tho annual civic and industrial car
nival at Manila opened Tuesday.
Wichita, Kansas, has just had a
J100.000 fire In tho business section.
It Is snld Wm. Sheehan has been
nsked to' withdraw from tho New York
Tho Philadelphia food commission
has discovered "dyed" llsh on the mar
ket in that city.
It Is claimed that $200,000 was taken
to Albany to Inlluonco rnco track legis
lation In New York.
In an engagement near Guadaloupo
moro than ninety robels wero killed
nnd many wounded.
Hlght hundred bollcrmakers in tho
Lake Shore shops at Cleveland, 0
have gone out on strike.
Tho right to vote on the saloon
question by municipalities was defeat
ed In tho Ohio legislature.
As the result of a mutiny the third
clans of the Virginia military instltuto
at Iexlngton faces expulsion.
Mrs. William A. Clark, wlfo of
former United States Senator Chirk.
1b sorlous 111 with appendicitis.
The Clnn-na-Gaol, a once powerful
organization devoted to the oauso of
Independence for Ireland, has been
About 80 ,ror cent of the members
of the American Manufacturers' Kx
port association In a letter ballot have
voted lit favor of Canadian reciprocity.
.1. A. Vunsyekle, n Jefferson City,
Mo., Jeweler, accidentally killed him
self In his shop while cleaning a re
volver, which he supposed was not
The United States army transport
Huford will sail from Seattle. Mnrv.li
10, with a cargo of provisions for the
relief of tho famine victims in north
Three passengers wore killed, two
other persons weie fatally Injured nnd
many slightly hurt In a wreck on tho
Atchison, Topekn & Santa Fe near
Tho International Harvester com
pany hns declared a quarterly dividend
of 1V4 per cent on the common stock.
In tho Panhandle of Texas all trains
woro cither stalled or many hours late
from the effects of a two days bliz
zard. Two men, ono of them said to bo
Jack Iondon. tho novelist, are bold at
Cajoxlco, Mexico, on n charge of vio
It Is probablo that tho Canadian
premier, Sir Wilfrid I.aurler, will ad
dress the Canadian parliament on
reciprocity with the United States, be
fore the week 1b over.
It Is claimed that the i utoii .
Mannagua, Nicaragua, February 13,
was the result of a plot of the Zclnya
liberals and fifty arrests have been
Twenty-two persons wore Injured in
a Southern Pacific wreck at lleno,
Central America 1h threatened with
another revolution, this time In Gunta
mala. Lincoln postolllce employes are
much Interested In the movo for Sun
Charles and Harry Massey, brothers,
nged 17 and 12 years, respectively,
lost their lives In a fire nt Iobtinon,
Governor Carroll has vetoed tho Or
egon primary plan bill, which had
passed both houses of the Iowa legis
Tho Kansas senate has defeated the
Initiative and referendum and the re
call bills which had been passed by
Senator-elect Kern of Indiana will be
the Lincoln guest of Hon. V. J. Iiryan,
having been unable to meet him at
An administration bill that provides
for the control of public utilities by
a stato board to be appointed by them
was passed by the Kansas legislature.
The coroner's Jury failed to find any
one directly responsible for the recent
disastrous dynamite explosion on pier
No. 7 of the Central Hnllway of New
The tax schedule shows that Marl i
Splker, a New York servant girl, who
has Just died at tho age of 80 years,
had saved a fortune of $112,000 from
Tho Armour Packing company has
served notice on Secretary of Stato
Koach that (ho company Intends to
withdraw from business operations In
The Chinese government has select
ed Professor G. Galeottl. director of
the pathological Instltuto of tho Uni
versity of Nnples, to combat the .plaguo
The black hand society Is making
all klndB of trouble for the New York
police, nnd overy available detective
Is at work In an attempt to suppress
The dead body or .1. C. Cutler of
Nora Springs, la'., was found In the
waiting room of the C, M. & St. P.
station nt Charles City. Marks on tho
body ludlcnto murder-
Tho treasury department has accept
ed u full compromise of Its civil clnlmB
against Joseph Hrooks & Co., New
York woolen importers, who wero ac
cused of undervaluation frnuds.
Marquette Mich., is entertaining
for several days a notable gutherlng of
Swedish Lutherans, tho occasion be
ing tho first general meeting of the
Superior conference of that denomina
tion. Martin W. Littleton, newly elected
democratic representative from Theo
dore Hoosevolt's home district, hns an
nounced his candidacy for the United
States senate, to succeed Chauncey M.
Arrangements have been completed
for a meeting between William Iiryan
and United States Senator-elect John
W. Kern of .Indiana, when Mr. Iiryan
roaches Louisville. Ky., from the
Jumps Bremen, a wealthy farmer of
Kiowa county. Oklahoma, Is to bo re
turned to Woods county, Kansns, to
stand trial for tho murder, twenty
years ago, of Samuel Woods, the
founder of Woodsdale.
Haltleu government troops nfter re
capturing Oiianamlnth from tho rebels,
got out of tho control of their olllccrs,
nlll.'iL'Oil nnd Imrnnil tho town nnd tuns-
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sacreti uiofc or tuo inuauitams who
were unablo to escnne.
Tho Illinois minors In stato conven
tion at Springfield, have adopted unan
imously a resolution endorsing the
amendment to the state constitution
providing for the Initiative nnd refer
endum. Harry Doll, an American, ono of tho
Insurgent spies captured by Mexican
troops and condemned to death has
sent an nppeal to Inlluential friends In
California to save him from immediate
Hurry Peinberton. IP. years old. and
Esther Kachcle, 11 ears old, chil
dren of wealthy farmers living near
Wharton, Ohio, nre missing from their
homes. Their parents believe they
have clored nnd are married.
At a meeting In Philadelphia of the
joint committees of tho national re
form association arrangements were
mado for a systematic campaign
throughout every stato In tho union to
piomoto a second world's Christian cit
Hennessey, Okla. J. H. Ph'pps, 10S
years old. died here at the homo of
his daughter, Mrs. Goorgo Stliihon. A
twin brother of Philips lives In Iowa.
Their birthday anniversary was St.
Six nuns, driven out of Portugal by
the republican government which de
throned King Kmnnuel. have arrived
at Now York, enrouto to Uuk or City.
Ore. They aro of tho lilsh domlnlcnn
order and had been Invited to Oregon
by tho bishop of that dloceso to aid
the Capuchin mission, und to found n
An Issue of $1(0,000,000 to $."0,000,
000 of ." per cent Panama bonds seems
certain as soon as congress a asses tho
bill authorizing tho secretary of the
treasury to withhold tho securities
rrom ute as a basis for additional bank
Men prominent In business nnd so
cial llfo will be Indicted by tho Ver
million county, III., Jury this week In
tho vote trafllc investigation.
Seventeen night rldors, three ot
whom woro serving llfo sontences for
murder, hnvo escaped from the Duvnl
county, Florida, Jail. Ono roturncd and
Informed tho jailor
ACETYLENE GAS WRECKS MOUSE,
BUT OCCUPANTS ESCAPE.
HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE
What is Going on Here and There
That is of Interest to the Read
ers Throughout Nebraska
Holdregc. A terrific explosion or
acetylene gas took place In the home
of Aaron Steel of this city. Nine per
sons were In the house when the ex
plosion occurred and that not one was
hurt or Injured seems nothing short
of a miracle. Two young men were
blown through the window, and two
others were blown to the celling, es
caping to tho jnnl when they came
down. The three young daughters fell
partly through holes In the floor, but
were soon rescued.
Excitement in Auto Garage.
Grant. Eu-ltoment was caused In
tills city when Frank Yenne. who runs
the auto garage and repair shop, was
soldering a leak In an automobile tank
which exploded with a report that
sounded like u cannon and could be
heard all over the city. The glass In
tho front of tho building was broken
and parts of the machine were torn
loose and bolts nnd glass scattered all
over the room. Fortunately Mr. Yen
ne was unhurt, save a hair singe, al
though stnndlng very near the tank.
Neligh Wants Capital.
Ncllgh. Now comes the Booster
club of Neligh and wants to raise Oak
dale's bid on the removal of the state
cnpljal from Lincoln to Ncllgh. Res
olutions were pnsscd to raise the cash
bonus from $1250,000 to $100,000. and
in addition to furnish light, heat und
water for a period of 100 years for
tho faithful performance or contract.
sTKii:- irf.-VATit" . v- .
Towns north or Fremont along the
Burlington route aro asking for im
proved train service.
Pythlnns from every district in the
state were in attendance nt a banquet
In Omaha Monday night.
A. T. Hill nnd Frank Ellsworth of
Fairbury have bought a Curtlss Hying
machine, and will Indulge in nerinl
At a special election held nt Chap
pell the bond proposition for munici
pal water and electric lights carried
by a majority of 211 to 7f.
Mrs. George Blown of Nebraska
City, In a fainting spell fell against a
stove, broke her noso and cut a long
gash across her forehead.
An Institution to be known as the
Gernian-Aiuorlcnn Safe Deposit and
Trust company has been organized In
Beatrice with n capital stock of $200,
000. James Stingley. a veteran of the
civil war. about eighty years of age,
was Instantly killed by a Union
Pacific fast mall train near Silver
Holy Rosary Catholic church at Al
liance was totally destroyed by fire
one night last week. The loss on the
building is between $1,000 and $3,000.
covered by Insurance.
Murray and Brown, two young men
who started from St. Johns. New
foundland, on a 2:.,000-mlle walk, to
bo completed in four years' time,
hnve reached Nebraska.
Would bo jokers ut Geneva displayed
their talent by stringing wire across
the walk and got lots of run of a
questionable character from the re
sults. Several j edostrlans narrowly
escaped serious Injury.
The Mlude-i 0lu11teer fire depart
ment held their nnntinl banquet on
Mondaj ninlit. About 100 plates woro
set. Tho firemen and their wles and
tho city council and their wives wero
Gus Lumlurd nnd Floyd and Fred
Hatcher were rescued from an Island
in tho Platte river thrco miles below
Fremont by County Attorney Cook,
who went to their nld In n boat. Tho
boys were hunting on tho island when
the Ico broke up.
Beatrice has two boy wireless tele
graph operators who aro talking to
each other at a distance of over a
mile with Instrunonts they have made
themselves. Tho hovs are Harold Bur
gess und Henry Schlneter, nged llf
teen and sixteen years respectively.
J. Meyen, n cement worker, fell
rrom the seventh to tho third floor of
tho First National bank building ut
Lincoln, through an open pipe duct
nnd still lives. When assistance
reached him he was sitting up and li
n puzzled mnnner was rubbing his
Thomns Coyle. an old resident of
McCock, Is dead.
Tho seed laboratory of the state
university In co-operation with tho U.
S. department or agriculture, Is nnx
ions to nrouto a grcnter Interest In
corn improvement among Nebraska
fanners, and has arranged to make
gorminatlon tests of seed corn, not
to exceed fifty testa for each person.
By Eend'ng your address to the Ne
braska Seed Laboratory nt Lincoln
you will obtain small envelopes in
which teed snmples may ho tent to
the laboratory. It is most important
that this be dono nt once.
SENATE DISCUSSES THE OLLIS
BILL AND DEFERS ACTION.
Shall the stock yards companies of
Nebraska be subject to physlcnl val
uation and plnced under the control
of tho state railway commission for
rate making purposes Is the question
squnrely before the stato sennte.
Ollln of Valley championed his own
bill. S. F. 11C, In committee of the
whole nnd wns supported by Sklles
of Butler and opposed by Bartos of
Saline and Morehead of Richardson,
the latter be'ng president pro tern of
the senate. Hoagland of North Platte
spoke for nnd against the bill but Is
said to be In favor of Its passage.
Adjournment wub tnken for the day
before action was taken on tho meas
ure. Both sides claim to hae enough
votes to win. The opponents or the,
hill hnve a list Fhowing seventeen
votes against the moarfuie. The
friends' of the bill have another list
which they say shows the same num
ber for the bll. One mnn who Is
counted to vote against tho bill Is
snld to hnve made up his mind to
vote for It. The vote on the bill Is
awaited with anxiety by friends and
Flowers for Partes.
Barfos of Saline, who made a plea
last week for a hill 'that would permit
the sonnto to pay its employes $5 a
day was the recipient of a splend'd
bouquet to which wns attached a card
bearing this inscription. "From $;t
sennte employes who vote on election
day." The Inscription Is supposed to
ho a gentle hint to other senators that
their employes propose to vote on
election day without the aid or any
veh'clo or any other artificial means.
How they Intend or for whom they
Intend to vote Is not disclosed by the
Schcelc Gets the Seat.
When the Scheele-Wertman contest
caso came up, the votes were almost
entirely along party lines, with the
democrats easy victors. This result
had been early foreseen nnd although
the reports of the conim!tteo which
had Investigated the claim of Wert
man to the seat wero made tho occa
sion for many speeches the anticipat
ed result occurred. Scheele was de
clared the legal occupant of the seat,
which wrung from that gentleman the
exclamation, "Thank God, I am a free
man nt last."
County Option Bill.
Tho Judiciary committee of the
house mot and took up Norton's coun
ty option bill, II. R. No. .102. After
some discussion, nnd with but one
dissenting vote, that of Princo of Hall,
against It, tho .measure was recom
mended for engrossing preparatory to
third reading. Though the supporters
of tho measure have no hope of pass
ing the bill they moan to fight for it
as hard ns though they had a chuueo
to get It through the legislative mill
More Time for Homesteaders,
Hoagland of Lincoln secured tho
adoption of a resolution asking con
gross to pass the KInknId bill whiv.li
seeks to extend the time In which
homesteaders will have to ray for tho
lands they hold under the government
reclamation act. The resolution recites
that settlers on the land under tho
government Irrigation project in west
em Nebraska have had poor crops,
the government first falling to supply
water for their needs nnd that the
land will not be productive until al
falfa has been grown upon it for
To Commemorate Gettysburg.
The senate has adopted a resolution
Introduced by Senator Horton at the
request of General C. F. Munderson.
asking that tho governor appoint a
commission of five soldiers, who
served with distinction '11 tho civil
war, to servo with commissions of
similar nuturo from other states in
preparing for tho commemoration of
tho firtlnth anniversary In 1IU3, or the
battle of Gettysburg.
An effort wns made to revive In the
house the bill by Senator Varner ralb'
lug tho amount of home made wine
which can ho sold In a single package
without llconslng from ono to tor.
gul'ons. Tho bill was reported Indefi
nitely postponed by the Jud'clnry com
mittee Friday. It required flfty-ono
votos to secure n reconsldcrntlon, so
that tho bill lost, only thlrty-hoven
voting for It
To Increase the Salaries.
After desultory debate the sennte
recommended the Tlbbctts bill, in
creasing the salaries of county super
intendents, for third rending.
A memorial addressed to tho son
nto was road from tho Retail Hard
woro Dealers' association, wherein the
passage of good roads log'slotlon, tho
unlver&nl hunting license law and the
$5,000 appropriation for the llsh
hntchory wore recommended.
An effort Is bolng made by nearly
evory county olllccrs' association of
tho stato to obtain tho passage of
bills raising flnlorlos of county olll
cors. Th's effort la meeting with con
siderable resistance in the legislature.
OATS 259 Bu. Per Acre.
That is the sworn to yield of Theodore
ITnrmcg, Lewis Co., Wash., had from
Balzer'B Rejuvenated White Bonanza oats
nnd won a handeome 80 ncro farm. Other
bi yields aro 141 buB., 110 bin., 103 bus.,
etc., had by fanners scattered throughout
the U. S.
Payor's rcdierce Rarlcv, Flax, Corn,
Oats, Wheat, Potatoes, Grasses and Clov
ers re famous the world over for their
purity nnd tremendous yielding qualities.
Wo are easily the largest growers of farm
seeds in the world.
Our catalog bristling with seed truths
frco for tho asking, or send 10c in stamps
and receive 10 packages of farm seed nor
elites nnd rarities, including nbovo mar
velous oats, together with big catalog.
John A. Salter Seed Co., 182 South 8th St.,
La Crosse, Wis.
"They sny the pretty Boston girl 1b
a good pick. I wonder what kind of
a pick eho is?"
"Ico pick, I SUppOBO,"
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Stella Is her cont Persian lamb?
Bella No; Poduuk mutton. Judgo.
Dr. Pierce's Pellet, small, sugar-coated
easy to tnke ns candy, regulate and invig
orate stomach, liver and lxjwels and cure
A man mny go up when you kick
him, but you cannot claim credit for
o harmful drugs in Garfield Tea. Na
tines laxative it is composed wholly of
clean, sweet, health-giving Herbs!
Much moonshine goes into pious
talks about making sunshine.
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