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RED CLOUD NEBRA8KA
H A FUTURE 16
CEREMONY OF INVE8TURE OP
PRINCE OF WALES.
HAS EMBLEM OF AUTHORITY
Lavish Decorations Provided and
Unbounded Enthusiasm by th
Welsh People Americana
Carnarvon, Wulea. In the old ntiil
well preserved castle of Carnarvon
Thursday the young Prince of Wales
wits Invented with tho Insignia of his
high office. The quaint town in vestal
uttlte made u holiday and drew within
Its borders thousands of Welshmen
from the surrounding country. The
wenthcr was fine, untl two hours be
fore the arrival of their majesties
with the .prince great crowds had gath
ered along the route from Griffiths
Crossing, where tho royal party
alighted, to the castle gate. The build
ings along tho way wero lavishly dec
orated. Troops, bluejackets and mn
vines kept the way open througb
which the procession passed.
In the vicinity of the castle a thou
xaud London polico and firemen held
an open picnic.
The scene within the castle was
picturesque, the vast enclosure within
tho towers and battlements forming nn
Ideal section for the ceremony. The
outer and Inner baileys woro lined
with stands, enabling several thousand
persons to obtain an excellent view.
Their majesties und the prince re
ceived an enthusiastic reception. Tho
American embassy was represented by
Secretary Hllles. American Consul
General Orllflths and Mrs. Griffiths
were present as guests of Chancellor
David Lloyd-Gedrgo, member of par
liament for (jnmarvon district.
Forest Fires Under Control.
Toronto, Ont. Reports from north
ern Ontario aie to tho effect that the
forest fires which for .Hevoral days
have swept over a section of country
extending :I00 miles northward from
North bay and covering a wide section
east und west, either have been extin
guished or arc under control. No fur
ther extensive damnge or loss of life
Is expected. The towns of Cochrane,
South Porcupine and Plttnvlllu hnvo
been obliterated". The fire swept clean
the townships of Uihmulr, Eldorado,
Shaw, Ucloro, Ogden, McArthur and
Cripple Creek- districts. Tho known
dead total 11!:', tho majority of whom
lost their lives nt South Purcuplnc.
There arc believed to have been many
other fatalities and estimates based
upon unverified reports run us blgt
t Dr. Wiley in Disrepute.
Washington. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley,
pure food expert und chief of tho
bureau of chemistry of tho depart
ment of agriculture und one of tho
most widely known officials In the gov
ernment service, has been condemned
by the committee on personnel of the
department of ugrlculturc with a reso
lution to President Taft that "ho bo
permitted to resign." Attorney Gen
eral Wlckersbum, In an opinion in tbo
case submitted to the president, rec
ommends approval of tho committee's
Mighty Hot In the House.
Washington. The house had uu ex
citing scene Wednesday when Repre
sentative Willis of Ohio rushed from
his desk with his clothing nftro und
several members came to his uid and
extinguished the flames. Ho was unin
jured. A box of matches In his coat
pocket had ignited from spontaneous
Fund to Ettabllsh a Home.
Atlantic City, N. .1. A per capita
tax of o0 cents will ho levied on uvery
member or the order of I'lks to'ialto
the SitfO.noo needed for the now na
tional Blks' homo at Uedford City.
Va according to action taken by tho
Hoke Smith Is Senator.
Atlanta. Ga.llowrnor Hoke Smith
wan elected 1'nlted Statc-f senator
from licorgl.i on the first ballot taken
by tbo legislature In Joint session at
noon WeduekdU. lie succeeds Joseph
M. Terrell, appointed by Govcrnir
Hrown to till the unexpired term of tin
lafo Senator A. S. clay.
In a quart el which followed a dis
pute over buEliU'fcs matters at Kel
logg, Iowa, Jofcpph Cooper was struck
over the head with u hanuuur and wll'
Washington. Only the interpohltlon
r a three-hour speech by Senator
Bailey of Texas and the submission of
one of his amendments to the Cana
dian reciprocity bin prevented that
lueasuro from coming to a final pass
v age in the senate Tuesday.
Atlantic City. Esperanto as a world
language was Indorsed by speakers nt
tho Christian Endeavor convention,
-who declared that langungo would do
more for universal peace thun nn
number of peace treaties, lesolutlons
or Hague conferences.
EVENTS OF 1HE DAY
SOME PARAGRAPHS OF TIMELY
ARE BRIEF BUT TO THE POINT
lems of Events That Are Transpiring
In Our Own aa Well as In
Foreign Lands Washing
ton Political News.
HcpU'Fcntntlvc Magulre Is at .Mitch
HI, S. .. attending the funernl of his
A revision of the Anglo-.lapar.cse ul
'lance is regarded at Tokio as the In
vltablo outcome of the- Anglo-Amerl-:au
Thel ntcrnatIon.il peace pact be
tween England and the United States
will be formally signed within the
next week or ten days.
The defeat of the Cummins amend
ments clears the sltautlon In the sen
ate and leaves the reciprocity bill
much nearer final passage.
Champ Clark snyB the hoodlum who
goes to the polls and votes is a better
citizen than the man who Is "too
busy" to exerclso that right.
Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia
will go to the United States senate to
fill out tho unexpired t,;itii of tho Intc
United States senator A. S. Clay.
Few of the Panama bonds will be
delivered to the succcFEful bidders be
fore July .',', for the demand for t!ic
coupon variety Is so great that uu
sxtra supply has to he engraved.
Chairman Smith of the senate terri
tories committee has given notice of
an amendment to eliminate tho Ju
diciary recall provision In the Arl
The forty thousand odd rural free
delivery carriers in the United Stntes
ire to receive salary Increases as a re
sult of a decision reached by Postmas
ter General Hitchcock.
A board of naval otllcers, experts In
explosives, Is being selected by the
navy department to study the hull of
the battleship. .Maine In Havana har
bor as the water Is pumped from the
cofferdam now surrounding the wreck.
Senator Hrown of Nebraska, after
surveying the sltautlon In tho senate,
has made the prediction that that
body will pass the free list bill and
the revision of the woolen schedule at
this session In addition to Canadian
Published charges Hint the president
bad restored lnnds within the vicinity
of Controller Hay, Alaska, to the pub
lic domain at tho instigation of his
brother, I'ulllugcr and a representa
tive of the Guggenholms have been
taken up by n house committee nnd
more will be learned of the affair this
1-tlior troubles In England arc said
to be about all settled.
Fire In the cotton wharf nt St.
Petersburg caused a loss of $500,000.
Forest tires In northern .Michigan
are causing great loss of life and prop
erty. Europe Is much disturbed over the
prospect of serious uprisings In the
A huge boulder In memory of Abra
ham Lincoln has be'en unveiled at Fort
The condition of John W. Gates, the
llnuncicr who Is ill nt Purls, is said
to be critical.
Tho next convention of the Chris
linn Endcavorers will bo held In 1as
Angeles In 1IU3.
Eighteen were killed nnd moro than
fifteen wounded In a political riot at
ls Angeles was selected for tho
next session of the Imperial council
or Shrlncrs In 1912.
A killing frost was reported at
Deadwood, S. D., Tuesday night. Much
garden truck was Injured.
It is thought that moro than 400
lives have been lost in the fires now
raging In the Ontario forests.
Tho Wichita Natural Gas company's
pumping station was struck by light
ning and completely desttoyed.
A number of lives were lost and
much mining property wrecked by
storms In Ohio und West Virginia.
Tho McNamaras, on trial at Los
Augclea, have plead not guilty of the
'limes with which they are charged.
Portland, Oie., was chosen by the
itrund lodge of the Benevolent Protec
tive Order of Elks as the next meet
A huge pile of Fiiwdust which haB
been on (Ire at .lohoygan, .Mich., for
several weeks, has got bejoiul control
and threatens the city.
.Mnny lives, probably a score, wero
crushed out In an Instant and probably
three times as many persons were
frightfully hurt when the "Federal"
express, from Washington, I). ('., to
Hoston over tho New York, Now
Hnven & Hartford railroad, was hurled
over tho viaduct at Hrldseport, Conn.
The body of Wllbcr Chambers wns
found hanging to n railroad signal post
near Fort Dodge, Iowa. Disappoint
ment In love Is the cause.
Panic followed sevornl earthquake
shocks at Kelskemet, Hungarla, the
Inhabitants fleeing from their homes
and taking refuge In the public
President Taft haB promised Repre
sentatives Clnyton of Alabumn and
AdaniEon of Georgia to direct the solv
ing of twenty days' army rations to
the sufferers from the severe storm of
July 1 In l.co county. Alabama, an.l
Harris county, Georgia.
Judge E. C. O'llenr was nomlnnt d
for governor by acclamation In the
state republican convention nt Loulr
Prof, James 1). Hoffman of the fac
ulty of Purdue hr.s resigned to suc
ceed Dean Richards at the University
The Poltava, tho second battleship
of the Dreadnough typo to be built for
the Russian navy, has been success
One man wns shot, four were bad
ly henten nnd sixty-two arrests were
made as tho result of labor troubled
at Cleveland, Ohio.
Driven Into the lake at South Por
cupine by the forest flies now Bweejv
lug over the northern states, fifteen
men loBt their lives.
Nan 'Asplnwall, who started from
San Francisco last September to ride
hoiseback across the continent, has
arrived at New Yotk.
People at St. Joseph are up In arms
over the notion of the Ice manufactur
ers In raising prices us a result of the
continued hot weather.
The new station of tho Carolina,
Clluchlleld & Ohio railroad at Marlon
Junction, N. ('., was wrecked with dy
nanilte and practically ruined.
Ten persons were killed nnd twenty
others serloutly Injured by an explo
sion in a dynamite factory near
William Heedier, sintcnccd from
Deadwood, S. I)., June 8 last, for sell
ing liquor to Indians, died in tho fed
eral prison nt Ienvonwctrtli of heat
Udna Doble, a thirteen- ear-old girl,
Is under arrest at Akron, Ohio,
charged with attempting to hold up
the Cuyahoga Falls bank at the point
of a revolver.
Egg quotations on the butter, egg
nnd poultry exchange nt St. Louis
were suspended Friday owing to hot
weather, which hns prnctlcully re
moved eggs from the market.
Buenos Ayres newspapers report an
other bloodless revolution in Para
guay. Tho garrison nt Asuncion re
volted nnd made a prisoner of Presi
dent Jam, who forthwith resigned.
Thousands of head of cattlo have
died from hent, hunger nnd thirst on
the ranges In western Texas and In
Pecos valley, and tho losses even now
arc estimated from fr.OO.Oim to $750,
Fire destroyed the stnbles of the Ar
thur V. Dixon Transfer company at
Chicago, burned 'J36 horEC3 to death
and caused a Iorh amounting to $500,
000. The cause of the lire is un
known. Warrants for the arrest of thirty
five milk dealers of Kansas City,
Kan., have been Issued by the county
prosecutor of Wyandotte county, Kan
sas, following charges that they had
watered their milk.
Justice of tho Supreme Court Frank
A. Hooker of Lansing, Mich., died sud
denly In the New York Central station
at Auburn, N. Y. He was on an auto
mobile trip, and abandoned it and had
to return by train.
The ravages of grasshoppers In
wo3tcrn Kansas have become so serl
ous that the Atchison, Topcka & Santa
Fo railroad haB announced that It' will
kill all grasshoppers along its right-of-way,
and is urging farmeis to help
Tho first ease of a woman being nr
rested, under the Iown law, for de
serting her husband arose when .Mrs.
A. Soderholm of Ottumwa was held
by the Davenport police charged with
leaving her spouse.
Franco has asked the French charge
d'nffalrs at Madrid to request the
Spanish government to furnish an ex
planation of the mistreatment of
Frenchmen by Spanish troopers at
J. Alden Lorlng of Oswcgn, N. Y..
naturalist, hunter nnd member of the
Roosevelt party through Africa, Is
trying to get the government to es
tablish a reservation to preserve and
propagate the few remaining buffaloes
in the United States.
King Nicholas of Montenegro has
called out reserves, and says he will
light Turkish invaders to the last
ditch. The campaign of devastation
and musracre now started Is bound to
result In scenes which made the great
war of 1877 a chock to the civilized
Tho German consul at Madrid bus
Investigated nnd finds the seizure of
the German steamer Gemma by tho
Spanish authorities at Coicublon on
the chnrgo that tho vessel was carry
ing war material for Portuguese roy
alists, was justified, nnd orders tho
confiscation of tho cargo of IS I tons
The Inst section of tho Ninth Putted
States cavalry has loft the maneuvers
camp at San Antonio for Fort 1). A.
What Is believed to be nn anarchist
plot has been uncovered by the polico
In nucnos Ayres. Two Italian anar
chists hnvo been arrested.
In n speech to tho international
Christian endeavor convention at At
lantic City, President Tnft declared
thnt tho negotiations for the arbitra
tion treaty between Great Britain and
tho Unltod States lmvo reached a
point where thero is no doubt of tho
singing or tho pnet.
Many families aro In want ns a re
sult of a storm which did $100,000
damage to property In tho neighbor
hood of Opellkn, Ala.
Judge John Campboll, chief Justice
of tho supreme court or Colorado, was
overcome by heat In chnmbeiB nnd
was removed to a hosp!4il In an un
The reclamation of SO.OOO.OOO aiyu
of Bwnmp land In tho Mississippi val
loy, l.SOO.OOO of which nro located In
iho stato of Illinois, Js tho objoct of n
campaign started by tho board of con
trol of tho national Irrigation congress.
KILLED BY MORPHIA
BABE ATE TABLET8 WHILE PLAY
ING ABOUT IT8 HOME.
NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE
What la Going en Her an There
That la of Interact to th RaaeV
ra Throughout Nebraska
Lincoln. After eating several mor
phlno tablets, which he had round In
u small jewelry box on the dresser,
Harry Kenneth Konne, the sixteen-months-old
ion of Dr. and Mrs. Lo
renzo P. Ronne, died Monday arter
noon at the family home, 1621 South
Twenty-second street. Three physi
cians tried in vain to save the child's
life. The tablets had been In the
house for some time. Mrs. Roune no
ticed the child eating the tablets and
tecognlzlng what they wete. took them
from the child. She summoned the
father from his downtown offce, but
by the time he had arrived it was ton
late. The drug took effect and the
skill of the doctors proved futile. The
child died at .1 p. nt.
Geta Record Wheat Yield.
, Salem. What Is believed to be tho
record yield of wheat In Richardson
county was raised by Frank Saylor,
living south or hero near the Kansas
line. One yield averaged fifty-two
bushels to the acre, both by weight
and ground measure, and the quality
was extra good.
Fremont Geta State Convention.
Columbus. Fremont was chosen as
the place for holding the democratic
state convention at the. meeting of the
state central committee. Lincoln,
Hastings and Grand Island were also
after the plum, but Fremont landed It
after a spirit contest.
Beatrice Wants Street Cars,
Beatrice. The sum of $:i0,000 has
been subscribed by Beatrice capital
ists toward the formation of a street
car company. Mlx men having each
agreed to put In $3,000. It Ih the In
tention to raise $100,000 ir posHiblo In
A Victim of the Fourth.
Peru. Dr. B. L. Sliellburn is con
fined to bis home with Injuries he re
reived In an accident on the Fourth of
The democratic stato convention
will bo held nt Fremont, July 25th.
C. A. Henderson, near Rush
vile, was kicked to death by a horse.
Barney Miller, a runner nenr'Alns
worth, was killed by a wagon turning
over on him.
Tho Hon. Chimin Clark win h ,
or the speakers at the Nebraska Up-
A. L. Sullivan, a well-known Lin
coln citizen, died early Sunday morn
lug ut his home.
Dr. H. A. Heagor is dend as the re
sult of an automobile accident near
his home at Beuver City.
A ne. 'which started in the Bur
llngton yards at Hustings, consumed
ubout JtO.OOO rnllioad ties.
The east side or tho street in Phil
lips that was raxed by fire last spring
Is being rebuilt' in cement.
Adam Grab or Seward rell from
a loaded coal wagon breaking his nock
and cuuslng Instant death.
A man, a stranger, was held up,
sandbagged and relieved of several
dollars at Falrbiiry Thursday night.
W. F. Hackman has been appointed
postmaster nt lrvlngtou. Douglas
county, vice A. L. Anderson, resigned.
Conred Nlmer, a German harness
maker of DeWitt. dropped dead on the
street Saturday. Death was caused by
Spontaneous combustion was the
cause alleged to have started a tire In
a bunk car stundlng in tho Mlssouil
Pacific jurds ut Plattemouth.
Tho Sutton electric light plant will
start day and night service at once.
The lant formerly furnished light
from ulghtrall until midnight only.
Jack Roach, a joiing plasterer and
brick layer of Alnswoiih, was killed
liy a patisonger train Tuesday neai
In addition to tho drouth the grass
hopper are especially plentiful and
ire becoming very de.-.t motive around
The 2-year-old sun or Henry I. In
wood of Lexington, got one of his
legs caught In u revolving carriage
wheel and before tho team could bo
stopped und the child taken from his
position his leg was twisted ubout
tho axle In such a manner as to snap
the femur hone.
An order restraining the putting
Into eflect of the recently passed dol
lar gat. ordinance ut Omnha was
promulgated by Judge W. II. Mungor
or the federal court Satunluy.
While cultivating corn near Hrls
tow, M. A. G. Wiving was struck by
lightning Monday and Instantly killed.
His sou, Anton, who was only three
rows away, wus knocked down, but
Ferris llalstead, and old man work
ing on the Kljpatrlck ranch near Im
perial, was struck by a Burlington
train that wan switching In the yard
and was killed.
xJJMP' 'r- " 'ii&f.
The Mennonlto hospital nt J'entrlcf
will be dedicated Sunday.
Arter being 'fatally Injured, Mrs.
Mnddox, residing near Dart, walked
fifty yardu toward a farm house an
Frank, tho three-year-old son ol
Charles Glenn, burned to death at Co
liinibiis. Ho was playing wftb matclic
In a barn, which caught fire.
The W. M. Shephard livery barn ul
Broken Bow was destroyed by fire,
six stallions nnd five horses, valued
at $10,000, being burned to death.
William Oelsllgle, one of the
wealthiest farmers In Antelope county
committed suicide by shooting him
self through the heart with u shot
The stato fair management have
fenced In 15 acres additional of lawn
and grove otf which to pitch tent ror
those who wish to ramp during; the
A three-and-a-hulr-poiind boy wa
born to Mr. and Mrs. Newton Ash by,
who live In South Omaha. Tho llttlo
fellow Is perfectly formed and In a
Two deaths nnd seven prostrations
were roported ns the result of the ex
cessive heat on the Fourth at Omuha.
The maximum temperature was 105,
a twenty-five year record.
Elmer Snyder of Broken Bow
wandered in the sand hills several
days, crazed by drink. He imagined
he was killing snakes and that the
whole country was full or them.
A car or rat cattle was burned at
Rlverdale Wednesday. The bedding
caught fire from a spark and before
the trainmen could get the cattle out
seventeen were burned to death.
Chris Iatimson was struck by a
Burlington train near Pawnee City and
instantly killed. Lnhmson was riding
the track on a railroad velocipede,
watching the right-of-way for Are.
There are twelve candidates for
sheriff of Custer County, six on a side.
Henry Bascom, a well known Usher
man 40 years old, was found dead
along Hie railroad track near Fort
Eddie Zlnk. a Sterling boy, stepped
on u broken crock while swimming In
the Nemaha river nenr that town, and
so badly lacerated his foot that nine
stitches were required to close the
At! the national convention of the
Modern Woodmen of America, held at
Buffalo, N. Y., June 20 to 25, Chris
Larson of Omnha camp No. 120, won
first prize, a gold medal, for the best
The polico of Omaha and Council
Bluffs are hurd nt work on the theory
thut II. E. Fullers, the. tollkeepcr at
the Douglas street bridge, was mur
dered nnd Ills body thrown into the
Missouri river shortly before midnight
The body of a young man apparent
ly In good circumstances was found on
the roadtear Clay Center Thursday
with a wound In his neck und a knife
in his hand, with every Indication of
having Inflected the wound with his
Standing in water almost to their
necks for nearly half an hour, vainly
calling for help, was the thrilling ex
lierlence of Miss Caroline Weinberg
and Mrs. Albert Keller nt Capital
Beach, near Lincoln, the boat In
which they were taking a row having'
sunk. They were finally rescued un.
Returned After Breaking Parole.
Ralph Neville, sent to the stato pen
itentiary from Douglas county to servo
a two-year sentence for burglary and
afterward paroled, voluntarily re
turned to tbo prison from New York,
whence he had fled while on parole. He
said he was sorry that he had broken
the conditions of his parole and he
wns ready to serve the reBt of his
sentence. Neville had bummed his
way back und was dirty and begrimed
when he reached the prison.
Stato banks which have been adver
tising that they are operating under
the bank guaranty law have been noti
fied by Secretary Royse of tho stato
banking board to desist, as the guaran
tee Is not formally valid until the cer
tificate making announcement to that
effect have been given out.
Dr. H. C. Victor, for twenty-llvo
years a resident of Lincoln,, and one
of the best known professional men
of the city, died Friday,
Fifteen convicts, working with War
den Delaliunty and ponltentlnry
guards, succeeded In stopping a fire
Tuesday that started In tho stubble
field north of the prison. Wet sacks
were used to smother tho blaze. Sev
eral stacks of uuthreshed wheat and
rye were threatened by tho blaze,
which presumably started from a
spark from a Burlington engine.
John Stahl, un employe at n Lin
coln hotel, was shot In the foot while
riding n bicycle to work, A 22-calibre
ball was removed, Stahl said ho had
no Idea where tho bullet camo from,
Stute Engineer Price, secretary ot
the state board of Irrigation, Is of tho
opinion thnt Irrigators on the North
Platte river will not run short of water
during July or August. Water Is now
flowing In the rlv.er nt Kearney and
ther? Ib enough In sight Tram tho gov
ernment reservoir In Wiomliig to sun
J uly the needs of Irrlqutois.
All Relieved by Lydla E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Blkeston, Mo. "For seven yearn I
Buffered everything. I was In bed
mmtor four or are days
at a time every
monm, ana bo wean
I could hardly walk.
I cramped and had
backache and head
ache, and was so
nervous and weak
that I dreaded to
see anyone or havo
anyone move in. the
room. The doctors
gave mo medicine to
ease me at thoso
tlAa mmA baIi! AIimI 1 mmmL Am !. AK
UUHJD, UU WW IUIHHVUHUI, bU lldfCBU
operation. I would not listen to that
nnd when a friend of my husband told
him about Lydla E. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound and what it had donei
for his wife, I was willing to take it.
Now I look the picture of health and
feel like it, too. I can do my own house
work, hoe my garden, and milk a cow.
I can entertain company and enjoy
them. I can visit when I choose, and
walk as far as any ordinary woman,
any day in tho month. I wish I could
Mrs. Dema Betoune, Blkeston, Mo.
The most successful remedy in this
country for the cure of all forms of
female complaints Is Lydla E. fink,
ham's Vegetable Compound.
It is more widely and successfully
used than any other remedy. It has
cured thousands of women who have
been troubled with displacements, in.
flammation. ulceration, fibroid tnmnra.
Irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
ithatbearingdown feeling, indigestion.
miiu nervous prosirauon, aicer an other
means had foiled. Wbydon'tyoutryit?
Hi!- Did you notify the police ot
Dlx Yes, and I am expecting at
any moment to hear that they have
arrested the wrong man.
Snakei In Prohibition Maine.
Snakes emptied two snloonB In Port
land of the crowds of customers a few
evenings ago. A non-resident ordered
a box of snakes aent to him from the
south for the purpose of cleaning out
a vast number of rata from his place.
The snakes wero given a chanco to
demonstrate their rat killing ability;
and the large anake destroyed 15 in
a few minutes. The snakes wetat then
taken to two different saloons and la
a few minutes cleared thcra of th
crowd Kennebec Journal.
No Wedding Day Bargain.
The Husband (during the quarrel)
You're alwnys making bargains.
Was there ever a time when you
The Wife YeB, sir; on my wedding
Ada Cholly Saphedde was In a
brown study the other day, and I of
fered him a penny for his thoughts.
Edith You spendthrift! You never
did know the value of money!
To The Last
one enjoys a bowl of
with cream or stewed
fruit or both.
Some' people make
an entire breakfast out
of this combination.
Try it I
"The Memory Lingers"
Sold by Grocers
Potutn Ccrtol Company, Ltd.
Battle Creek, Mich., U.S. A.
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