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1 0. D. HALE, Publlahor
HEP CLOUD NEBRASKA
PARTY MUST ACCEPT
COLONEL R008EVELT PRE8ENT8
DECLARATION OF FAITH.
PUTS CURB ON CONTRIBUTIONS
New Treasurer of Democratic National
Committee Will Limit Political
J Police Blackmail.
New York. Tlio nntloual progres
siva party must accept Colonel Roose
velt's political doctrines It ho Is to be
ItH Btandnnl benrer. llo Bald as bo
started for Chicago tlint bo would In
sist upon making bis "confession of
faith" to tho delegates before the com
nilttco which Is to draft the platform
comes In with Its final report and that
ho would not accept the nomination
on a platform which did not meet with
his approval. Ills declaration of po
litical faith, ho said, Is ono which will
bo termed either socialism or anarchy
and probably bothr but ho represents
his convictions. Ho goes to Chicago
to make those views known and 'to re
ceive tho presidential nomination only
If they are acceptable In their sub
stantlal provisions to the new party.
CURB ON CONTRIBUTIONS.
Further Limitations Incorporated In
a 8enate Bill.
Washington. Further limitations
curbing contributions to presidential
campaigns have been Incorporated In
a bill agreed on by tho senate com
nilttco on privileges and elections and
reported to tho senato for passage.
Predictions wcro mado that It would
bo enacted Into law at once. Contri
butions of individuals to such nom
inations or elections would bo limited
to $5,000, but this provision would not
npply to candidates themselves. Un
der tho present law, candidates for
congress aro limited to spending $!",
000 in nomination and election nu
candidates for tho senato $10,000.
New Democratic Committee Treasurer
Seagirt, N. J. Charles It. Crane of
Chicago, manufacturer nnd supporter
of taFollotto In his campaign for the
republican presidential nomination,
may bo treasurer of tho democratic
national campaign committee. Gov
crnor Woodrow Wilson has had tho
name of Mr. Crano under considera
tion. The only announcement the gov
crnor would mako was that a treasurer
had ecn agreed upon by himself and
National Chairman McCombs, but that
tho namo would bo withheld until it
could bo determined whether the man
In view would nccept.
To Uyeitlgate New York Police.
New York. Tho revelations of tho
Rosenthal murder case, pointing to
tho existence of a system of police
blackmail levied upon Illegal resorts,
prompted a number of leading citi
zens to Itsuo a call for a public mass
meeting at tho Cooper union this week
to adopt plans "to mako effective pub
lic demand for tho observance of law
and order In this city." A popular
subscription to provide funds for an
Investigation and the employment of
lawyers and detectives is included, it
is understood, In tho plans of tho com.
Progressive Ticket In Illinois.
Chlcagtr-State Senator Frank II
Funko of Vloomlngton was nominated
for governor or Illinois at tho stato
progressive convention. For lieuten
ant governor Judgo Dean Franklin of
McCorab was chosen on tho first bal
lot. 'ro Adjourn August 17.
Washington. Adjournment of the
present session of congress on Au
gust It e tho date tentatively selected
by tho leaders of both houses. Post
ponement of the Archibald Impeach'
incnt trial until December 3 and tho
disposition exhibited In the senato to
hurry business along, were taken as
cleartg tho way for a windup.
Getting Out of Mexico.
Kl Paso, Tex. Disguised as a robel
Mdfller, Sara JarvlB arrived hero on a
freight train from Colonla Dublaln,
tho Mormon settlement, 200 mllos
southwest of tho bordor. Traveling
overland toward the west, ho sayB, aro
tho men who remained when tho wo
men and children wcro sent to El
Paso. Fearing to movo north through
tho rebol trrltory, they preferred to
tako chances by Joining tho federal
iirmy of Gcnoral SanJInca,
After Many Years.
Council Blurt's, la. Mrs. L. P. Ev
ans, of Woodbine, Iowa, near hero, has
Just cashed u warrant Issued to her
by Dundy county, Nebraska, twenty,
live years ago. Interest on tho war
rant at 6 per cent per annum would
have amounted to $30.60, but Interest
payment was waived by Mrs. Evans,
who was rojolccd at receiving tho
face valuo of tho old warrant. It was
discovered among somo old papers
and deposited at a local bank for col
lection and the Nebraska officials sent
a draft In payment , ,
FOREIGN NATIONS MUST NOT EN
CROACH ON US.
BETTER DIKES IN THE MISSOURI
Improvement! to Be Made Near De
catur, Nebraska -Revolutionary
Movement Causes Anxiety
' Gold Finds In New Mexico.
Washington, I). C Tho United
States senato hnn IhruoiI a. wnrnine to
tho nations of tho world against en
croachment upon tho continents of
North and South Amcrltn. Tho United
Stntcs will not sco "without grave
concern," said tho senate, "any suit
able naval or military nlto pass Into
control of n foreign corporation, when
such possession might threaten tho
communications or tho safety of tho
United States." So vital were tho Is
sues discussed in tho Lodgo resolu
tion set forth that tho policy of tho
United States as to points situated
like Magdalena bay, In Lower Cali
fornia, that the doors of tho senate
wero closed for three hours, while the
resolution was debated In secret ses
sion". It finally passed with only four
votes against it.
To Improve Missouri River.
Washington, D. C Eight thousand
dollars Is to be expended under the
direction of tho wur department upon
the dikes of tho Missouri river nenr
Decatur, Nebr., nccordlng to tho
cccent recommendation of Major
Schultz, engineer 'in chnrire. This
sum will be set aside from tho "ap
propriation of $75,000 for the upper
Missouri contained In tho river and
harbor bill. Tho high water this
spring did great damage to former Im
provement work near Sioux City and
Decatur, and the recommendation of
Major Schultz and tho war depart
ment is made after an examination of
GROWING A LITTLE ANXIOUS.
Revolutionary Movement In Nicaragua
Washington, D. C Evidence of tho
growing anxiety of tho administration
in regard to the revolutionary move
ment In Nicaragua was shown when
order! wero lBsued to the gunboat Tn
coma to proceed forthwith to Blue
field?, Nicaragua, on tho Carrlbean
coast. Sho Is duo to arlvo there this
week and will try s to communicate
with Managua to allow Minister Welt
zcl to keep tho stato department In
formed of developments. Tho gun
bont Annapolis on the west coast has
bcon getting only fragmentary advices
from Managua. Theso have been suf
ficiently alarming to warrant Bonding
Gold Flnda In New Mexico.
Albuquerque. N. M. A scoro of
prospectors from Magdalona and
Kelly mining camps In Socorro county
hnvo stampeded to tho west slopes of
tho Ladrono mountains, where a pros
pector has discovered rich gold oro
recently. Walker gave a piece of oro
to a friend in Magdalena, thinking it
worthless. It was assayed and Bhowed
to carry -heavy gold values. Locations
havo been staked out all around the
Btriko and thero Is more gold excite
ment In Kelly and Magdalena than for
Denver, Colo. Colorado day, tho
thirty-sixth anniversary of the ad
mission of Colorado to statehood was
observed as a semi-holiday in Denver
Thursday. City offices and banks
were "closed and appropriate exercises
wcro held under tho auspices of vari
ous civic organizations.
Discoverer Receives Decoration.
Copenhagen Capt. EJraar Alkkel
sen haa submitted his records to the
Danish royal geographical society.
Ho will lecture before the geogra
phers during his stay here, and re
ceive their decoration In addition to
the .medal conferred upon blm and
Iversen by the king.
Stonlngton, Conn. Thse men were
killed and four Injured Thursday In
tbo side-swiping of a freight train by
tho castbound express train at tho
Stonlngton Junction yards of tho New
York, New Haven & - Hartford rail
road. The victims all were trainmen.
Revolutionists Will Continue Fight.
Washington, D. C. Pence In Mexi
co cannot coma as long as President
Madero Is In power, said Sonor DI
ilapp, representative of tho revolution
ary party in Mexico. In making this
declaration, Senor Dldapp said those
objecting to the present government
bad plenty of money back of them and
would continue tho fight for years, and
nntll the United Statos was compelled
to recognize tho right of tho Orozco
War on Moving Picture Shows.
Omaha, Neb. Ac a result of tho ac
tion of owners of a moving picturo
show in tho Tizard block, Twenty
fourth and Davenport streets, hasten
ing to get started, while an ordinance
forbidding opening of new motion pic
turo shows within a limited distance
of churches and school houses, was
pending, a now ordinance is prepared
to forbid all shows within a pro
scribed distance, both present and fu
ture. This means that several mov
ing picturo theaters already estab
lished must close up,
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THE announcement of tho engagement of Lady Marjorlo Manners to the
marquis of Anglesey means that the cldost daughter of tho duke of Rut
land has capturod tho heart and hand of tho young fnan who has been ro
gardod as tho most desirable matrimonial "catch" la the British tales. The
marqulu b tho poascssor of vast riches.
PASS BILL OVER TAFT'S VETO
SMALL PROSPECT OF CANAL
OPENING NEXT YEAR.
Large Portions of Earth Float Down
River Federal Troops, Advancing
on Rebel Stronghold Fishing
Boats Are Seized.
Washington, D. C Unlcs3 congress
takes action to provide for tho opera
tion of tho Panama canal at tho pres
ent Bcsslon, President Taft and Secre
tary or War StimBon beliovo it will be
practically impossible for tho army en
gineers to keep their promise to open
the big ditch to tire ships of tho world
next year. According to tho informa
tion brought to tho Whlto house Wed
nesday, tho prospect of action by con
gress on canal legislation at this ses
sion is growing dimmer. Mr. Stlmson
was understood to believe that there
Is little connection over the proposed
administration and tho operation of
the canal and tho question of tolls,
and of railroad-owned steamships,
which hnvo stirred up controversy in
both houses and today neither the
president nor his secretary of war was
hopeful of settling It. Tho Panama
bill was put asldo again in tho senate
after Senator Brandcgcc, who is guid
ing It, stated th'at adjournment prob
ably would be hastened if it wcro con
sidered In tho senate whilo the post
office bill was In conference.
Federal Troops Too Haety.
Washington, D. C Advices re
colved at tho Btate department from
private sources Wednesday indicate
that tho federal troops that are ad
vancing upon tho robel stronghold at
Casas Grandes In Soijora are expos
ing themselves to a disastrous defeat
through their haste to surround and
capture tho Orozco forces. Tho situa
tion Ib said to approach that existing
at Corrlllltos aeveral months ago when
General Salas, the Mexican minister
of war, leading a dashing campaign,
was practically trapped by the rebels,
Doctrine to Be Reaffirmed.
Washington; D. C The senato for
eign relations committee Wednesday
adopted without dissent Senator
Lodge's recommendation that tho
United States reaffirm the Monroe
doctrine In terms clear to all the
world, and adopted a resolution to ex
press disapproval of the purchase of
any possible naval bases on tho Amer
ican continents by any foreign power.
Minister Is Deposed. "
San Salvador. Dispatches from
Managua report the deposition of Gen
eral Mena, as minister of vwar by Pres
ident Diaz. Tho government forceB
captured the Campe de Marto barrack,
which dominates Managua. General
Mena fled to Rlvas, which is not far
from San Juan Del Sur and Is In pos
session there with a considerable force
under his command.
On Wrong Side of Line.
Vancouver, B. C Six Frazer river
salmon Ashing boats were seized Tues
day off Point Robort by a United
States revenue cutter on tho ground
that they wero operating In American
waters. The occupants of tho boats
assertod that they wore on tho Cana
dian Bide of tho boundary.
Washington, D. C Follo-vlng bitter
criticisms of President Taft by Sena
tor Cummins of Iowa, tho sonate
Wednesday afternoon, by a two-thirds
vote, overturned tho executive's veto
of a reimbursement bill In favor of
sub-contractors on tho Shosliono Irri
gation project, nnd re-passed the
measure The voto was 42 to 17. This
Is tho first timo during tho Taft ad
ministration that tbo sonate has
passed a bill over tho president's veto.
Tho measure will uow go to tho houso.
River Devouring Nebraska Town.
Tekamnh, Nebr. Tho peoplo of De
catur, north of horo, aro again fearful
over the Inroads that tho Missouri
river Is again making on the town.
During the past fow days tho situa
tion has become alarming, as huge
slices of tbo north end of main streot
can be soen sliding oft into the old
Muddy and whirled out of slglft The
river Is cutting away between tho sec
ond and third dike which tho govern
ment reinforced last spring, if the
cutting Is not stopped the entire north
end -will soon bt Jo the river.
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DEMOCRATS OF HOUSE FORCE
BILLS 'BACK UPON8ENATE.
Turkish Government Willing to Nego-
tlate for Peace Boston Railroad
Strike is Settled Senator
Washington, D. C With machine
llko precision tho democratic houso
Tuesday forced, over all opposition,
tlireo tariff measures back upon the
senate. They wero tho wool and
sugar tariff revision bills and the ex
ciso tux bill and all were sent back
with none of tho senate's amend
ments ucceptcd. On the wool bill no
conference wns asked. The houso left
it flatly to tho' senato whether that
branch desired to pursue tho legisla
tion further. Tho senato was in a
quandary as to what program It would
adopt In further consideration of the
threo bills. Tho regular republicans
wero reported to favor a plan where
by they would absent themselves
from tho chamber, thus giving tho
democrats a chanco to nass the mcas-
jiroB and send them along for the
presidential voto. Tho rnpubliau "In
surgents," however, oppodort this
scheme and Insisted that the differ-1
ences, where they aro reconcilable., bo
threshed out in conference.
Captain Dishonorably Discharged.
Fordyco, Ark. Governor George M.
Donaghoy conducted an Investigation
Monday into a raid mado by four com
panies of Arkansas national guards
upon tho negro section of Fordyce,
Saturday, and at the conclusion or
the hearing ordered Captain Hlckey
of tho Jonesboro company, stripped
of his uniform and dishonorably dis
charged. Tho entire command was
publicly reprimanded. No negroes
wero killed in tho affray, but four
wero Injured, two probably fatally.
Tho evidence fallod to show any
reason for the action of tho guards
Willing to Make Peace.
Constantinople. Tho Turkish gov
ernment is willing to enter into peaco
negotiations with Italy If they aro con
ducted In a manner compatible with
Turkey's, honor and dignity arid her
rights aro adequately safeguarded.
This was announced in the chamber of
deputies here Tuesday during tho
reading of the ministerial program.
Will Call Extra Session.
Toklo. Mikado Yohoshlto, Japan's
new ruler, decided Tuesday night to
call an extra session of parliament
soon. Ho wants to tell his subjects
that It Is his ambition to continue tho
modernization of Japan. With parlia
ment in session he can outline his poli
cies with the least possible loss of
time to the largest possible number
of the country's most influential mji.
Strike hi Ended.
Boston. The strike of the conduc
tors, and motormen of the Boston Ele
vated Railway company, which has
lasted for fifty-three days and Ib esti
mated to have cost $1,028,000, was end
ed Monday night by the agreement of
tbo company officials to the terms of
settlement the strikers winning every
Committee to be Abolished.
Elgin, 111. Announcement has beet,
made that tho Elgin board of trade
would abolish tho quotation committee
as a result of tho threatened govern
ment suits against tho members of this
committee for alleged violation of tho
Sherman anti-trust law. The suit now
ponding against tho Chicago butter
and egg board and threats that a simi
lar suit would bo filed against tho
Elgin board nlso aro said to have
figured as reasons for tho action.
Indianapolis, Ind. Governor Thos.
R. Marshall will bo notified of his se
lection as tho democratic nominoo foi
vice president of the United Stat6a or
August 20 at the colisoum at tho statt
Former Senator Dies.
Minneapolis, Minn. Former Sena
tor William C. Washburn, for many
years prominent In political life of tho
nation and one of the leaders in the
upbuilding of the northwest, died here
shortly after 10 o'clock Tuesday night;
He was 81 years of age.
NEWS AND NOTES COVERING THE
RAILWAY RATES MAKE II STIR
Baeeball Notes and Other Chronl
clings In Which Nebraska Read
ers Are Interested.
Sunday Races Create Stir.
Fremont. Whilo moro than 1,000
peoplo woro propurlng to attend tho
automobllo races at Fremont driving
pork Sunday uftcrnoon, which wero
put on by u party of men from Oma
ha, half a dozen Fremont pastors
urged by the congregations from from
their pulpltB not to throw Fremont
optn to such Sunday amusements.
Tho incident has caused quite a stir
and city officials who aro said to
have given approval to tho raceB aro
now seeking to square themselves
with tho largo contingent of church
peoplo to whom Sunday racing ap
peals only as a desecration of the Sab
bath. Rescued From River.
PlattBtuouth. MIbs Cecil Hawcn
borry nnd Miss Balscr narrowly es
caped drowning Sunday by tho over
turning of a skiff In the Missouri
river.. Tho young wonen attempted
to get into a skiff attached to tho
ferry boat. When tho skiff with ono
of them In It moved away from tho
boat, the occupant became excited
and in reaching for tho rods of tho
ferry boat overturned tho skiff, when
her companion in trying to help her
fell into the river. Their screams
brought timely assistance.
Marauders Break Phone Wires.
Ashland. Trouble engendered by
tho strike of tho linemen of the Lin
coln Telegraph and Telephone- com-'
pany at Lincoln has spread to this'
vicinity and to Weeping Water and
PlattBttiouth, which aro in the Lin
coln district also. Numerous depre
dations are being dally uncovered.
Saturday night several wlreB wore cut
on tho diver street bridgo over Salt
creek ard Monday night tho wires
wero severed at Burlington railroad
subway, breaking long distance con
nections. Branch Postal Savings Bank.
Omaha. Postal savings banks will
bo established In tho six branch sta
tions of tho Omaha postoffice, accord
ing to plans which have been ma
terializing for several weeks. No
extra clerks will be nslgned to the
work, the present office forces accept
ing tho deposits and"lrausferring the
accounts to the savings department
or tho main postoffico. Postmaster
Wharton has been authorized to noti
fy J. L. Brandols & Sons that a pos
tal savlngB Btation will bo established
In their storo.
Held On Robbery Charge.
Beatrice Frank Miller, alias Frank
Jacke-on, and George Cole, alias
George Bates, wero arrested in Kan
sas by Dotective Searles on the
chargo of robbing- tbo State bank at
Hanover, Kan., some time ago. Sear
les has beon on their trail ever sinco
tho robbery occurred. Tho men were
lodged In Jail at Washington, Kan. H.
H. Hoerr of Wymoro is serving a five
year sentenco in tho Kansas stato
prison for complicity In tho robbery
of this bank.
Mrs. Arminta Powell, ono of the
earliest pioneer women of Dakota
county, died at Rochester, Minn.,
whoro she had gone for an operation
for a goiter.
Boy Accidentally Shot.
Dakota City. George Powell, aged
14, was accidentally shot in the leg
with a 22-callbre revolver. Ho and
a cousin, Frank Powell, wore shoot
ing at a target when tho revolver was
accidentally discharged In the lattor's
hands. The Injured boy was taken
to a Sioux City hospital where the
bullet was removed.
8TATE BASE f
BALL NEWS I
Hiawatha played rlngos around
Beatrice Monday, and won by the
score of 12 to 1.
Wisncr shut out Norfolk, tho lead
ers of the Elkhorn Valley league,
Monday, in a fast game, 3 to 0.
Newcastle defeated Bloomtleld on
tho Bloomfleld grounds In a twelve
Inning game by a score of 3 to 2,
With the score tied and two down
In tho ninth, Brower stolo homo
from third and won tho gamo for
In a close gamo Wayne defeated
WInsIdo by a scoro of 5 to 3.
'Kearney took both ends of a double
header Monday, making seven out ot
tho series ot nine games.
Tho postponed game played In
Grand Island between Columbus and
tho locals was a very loosely played
exhibition with almost all the scores
being made on errors.
The two premier teams of northeast
Nebraska, Pierce and Norfolk, met on
the diamond In Fierce In the most ex
citing games ever witnessed there,
Pierce winning by a a 4 to 3 score.
The game was fast from the start
RIEF NEWS OF NEBRAUKA.
Luolla Davenport has died suit in
the district court of Gago county for
dlvorco from her husband, Harry. She
charges tier husband deserted her
without reason August 13, 1908; that
he Is able to provide suitable malm
tcnanco for her, which ho refused nnd
neglected to do.
The Adams county sheriff camo to
York and caused tho nrrest of two
Hastings young men charged with
stealing a horse and buggy. Tho of
ficer returned with them. Their namea
aro Paul Hcelmers and Will Carson.
They told conflicting stories nbout tho
way they came by tho horse nnd
With his fighting blood riding on
tho crest of a beer-roam spree, James
Rldgeley, a farmer, residing twenty
two miles northwest of Fremont,
drovo his wlfo and two children rrom
their homo at midnight, brandishing a,
butcher knife nnd threatening them
with extinction. They ran to tho
homo of a neighbor whence a tele
phono' call brought Sheriff Condlt,
who arrested tho offender.
Godfred Hulshlzer, at present re
siding in KnnsnB City, but formerly
or Wymoro and later or Lincoln, had
qulto an exciting experience with
burglars at his home. Ho and his
wlfo wero nwnkened by their nolso
nnd on arising to investigate wero
covered with an electric flash light
and guns in the hands of the two in
truders. Tho robbers got two gold
watches and a few other valuables,
but no money.
James W. Sage of Cass county was
Bovorely kicked by a mule ho had
caught from tho pasturo and which
was not haltcr-broke. The animal was
tied In tho barn when Sago went be
hind it without speaking. The animal
was frightened nnd began to kick
Sago in a corner of tho stall, and
whilo the mule was so closo It could
not Injure him fatally It played a tat
too on his entire body before ho wnB
ablo to get away.
Two now appointments to tbo fac
ulty of tho state university ure an
nounced, Miss Alice Loomes of Madi
son, Wis., has been,nnmed as head of
tho department of' homo economics,
taking the placo of Professor Rosa
Bouton, who resigned recently. Miss
Anna Olson ot Columbia teachers'
collego has been appointed assistant
professor of homo economics, taking
tho placo mado vacant in Juno by the
rlscgnatlon of Miss Harriet Folgcr.
As a result of injuries received in
a Burlington freight wreck near
Grand Island, John Frederick, a brake
man of Lincoln, died in a local hos
pital. Both legs wero crushed and he
sustained severo scalp wounds. Hits
wife wns with him when be died,' but
beforo she could talk with him he
lapsed into unconsciousness. Just be
foro this he had asked to see Mrs.
Frederick. He leaves a widow and
threo daughters, aged nine, seven and
llvo years old.
Fred Tobey, formerly of Ulysses,
but now,homcsteadtng northwest of
Brewster, had a very thrilling experi
ence and narrow escape from a pos
sible loss of his lifo. In helping
Charles Persons and Ford Dodds with
a couple of unbroken horses ho had
snubbed ono of them up to his saddle
horn to hold It while being saddled.
As the Baddlo was thrown upon the
horso he reared, jerking out about
six feet of slack In the rope by which
ho was being held, then coming down
astride tho horse ridden by Tobey.
Startling testimony boarlng on cor
ruption In tho city council of South
Omana" for the years 1909 and 1910
was brought out In Judgo Howard
Kennedy's court when James Parks,
a South Omaha contractor, formerly
of tho National Construction com
pany, sworo that he and bis brother,
George Parks, president of the Na-i
tlonal Construction company, had an
agreement to pay Mayor P. J. Trainer;
and three members of the city coun
cil 3 cents for every yard of pave
ment laid by the National Construc
A. F. Sheldon of Chicago, 111., and,
Charles IT. Marshall of Philadelphia;
will deliver tho principal addresses,
beforo the annual convention of Na
tional Stationers and Manufacturers, ',
which will be held In Omaha on Aug.
12 to 16. Both men are widely known
In the stationers' field and their talks'
will be worth while' as they have,
made a study of conditions, which af
fect the industry? Omaha has prepar
ed a royal welcome for the visitors to'
Nebraska, which will bo one of tho
largest eastern delegations that has
ever visited the state.
McPherson county, Nebraska, is the
garden spot of the world, according to
J. W. Eller, formerly of Omaha.
Judge Eller lives on a farm in the
southeaster;! corner of McPherson
county. Tryon, tho county seat, Ib tho
nearest toy.n. But without any rail
road facilities whatever, says Judge
Eller, the farmers throughout tho
county are prospering to boat tho
bandi It is tho hopo of tho farmors
In McPherson county, says tho Judge,
that tho Union Pacific soon will build
Into Tryon, and from there to other
points. Farmers sometimes now haul
tholr grain twenty and fifty nilleB to a
railroad, ho says.
John Rothmoyer, a farmer living
south of Wymoro, was run ovor by
a wagonload of lumber and escaped
with only a few frulses. Ho felt from
bis wagon and two wheels ran over
Harry A, Murphy was bound over
to the district court of Lancaster
county on the charge of wife and
child abandonment Ills bond waa
fixed at $500, no was unable to fur
nish security and was commltteed to,
the county Jail. Mrs. Murphy testi
fied that one had received no support
from the dofendant since May, when
be gave her $0.
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