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Tlie Cusier County Republican
D. M , AMSBERRY , Editor
BROKEN I30W. , NEBRASKA
GENERAL NEW3 AND NOTES
FRESH FROM THE WIRE.
A'WIDE UREA IS COVERED
Embracing a Condensation of EvcnU
In Which Readers Generally Are
At Alexandria , Egypt , the customs
tobacco stores containing tobaccos to
the value of nearly $5,000,000 was
gutted by lire. Firemen , assisted by
200 sailors from the German cruiser
Freyu , suctieoued in Having the great
er part of the tobacco. The Ions , is
estimated at $ lnOO,000.
Sir George Henry Lewis , the most
famous solicitor of the present genera
tion , who luiH been engaged In all Iho
greatest legal cases In the last half
eentry , retired from practice with the
new year. Sir George Lewis knows
more of the social life of Great Britain
than any other man , and had been
called the Get'por of English Society's
Estrada's pledge for the dlsarma-
mont of Nicaragua does not disarm
the world of the suspicion that ho
means to be Its president.
The Chinese government formally
complained to Japan against the viola
tion of the Manchurlan telegraph con
vention of 1908. The complaint con
sisted of two counts , which purported
to show that the Japanese were
guilty of extending telegraph and tel
egraph lines and traffic In Manchuria.
The special committee of Copenha
gen university which Investigated Dr.
Frederick A. Cook's polar records Is
now considering whether or not it will
publish a second report , giving further
details of Its work. If the committee
Hhould decide to do so , it will issue
the report about the middle of
A count has been completed of cash
nnd securities in the national treasury.
War on high prices bus begun at
Washington by the Institution of a
boycott against combinations.
. Darius Ogden Mills , the Now YorK
financier and philanthropist , died at
his rural home , Milbrnc , of heart
In an opinion by Justice Day the su
preme court of the United States hold
to be invalid the ordinance adopted
by the city council of the city of Min
neapolis , Minn. , In 1907 , requiring the
Minneapolis Street Railway company
to sell six tickets for 25 cents' .
The police of Bombay arrested thir
ty persons suspected of complicity In
the assassination plot that resulted In
the death on December 22 or Arthur
M. T. Jackson , the English admlnlstra
tlvo head of the city of Naslk.
Mrs. Charles P. Tnft of Cincinnati
has bought the ball park of the Phi
ladelphia National league , for about
$250,000. She gives the ball club a
ninety-nine year lease on the park
with the privilege of buying it at tin
end of twenty years.
Representative Hinshaw of Nebras
ka announced that unless the state
department brings about a speedy ad
justment of the case of Janics A.
Cook , the American conductor , who Js
Imprisoned at Guadalajara , Mexico , he
will bring the whole matter to the at
tention of congress.
Scores of Nrw York shirt waist
strikers played the part of newsies
recently. Garbed In their best , the
girls Invaded the residence and busi
ness districts , selling copies of a
newspaper printed under their editor
ship , and setting forth their side of
Simeon Hudson , a convict , stole a
pint of wood alcohol In the Nebraska
prison broom factory , drank It. and Is
now Buffering from paralyzed optic
nerves. He Is totally blind and the
condition may be permanent.
The next regular meeting of the
South Dakota Board of Pharmacy for
the exemlnatlon of candidates for
registration and general business will
be held nt Rcdfleld January 19.
Total public benefactions In the
United States during the last twelve
months was $141,250,000 , an amount
Just $40,000,000 greater than any
previous year In the history of the
At Georgetown , Ky. , because ho
could not remember part of his ad
dress which ho was to deliver at a
banquet In the evening Judge C. Vovls ,
: i2 years old , committed suicide by
Study of forestry is to bo made
more systematic In the United States ,
through the closer association of tno
schools of forestry and the standard
ization of the methods of Instruction.
William J. Gaynor was Installed as
mayor of Now York with simple core-
monies. There was a throng as big
us the mayor's offlrc would hold to
witness the brief ceremonial.
Consul OlivarcB was appointed to
lake charge of consulate at Managua
Champ Clark says that high prices
of produce arc hero to stay.
All records of production In this
country of copper , refined lead , spelter
nnd tungsten were broken during the
year which just closed , according to
u report of the geological uurvey.
The sultan accepted the resignation
of Hllrai Pasha , the grand vizier.
Secretary Wilson announced nt the
White House that ho will begin at
once the organization of his forces
for the purpose of making an invent- !
gatlon Into the whole question of In-
crottnod cost of living ,
Senators Bitrkott nnd Brown may
npllt on the selection of a now district
attorney for Nebraska.
Death has thinned the ranks of dis
tinguished figures in the world of
sport to an unusual extent In th
year now near Its close.
"If direct primary laws are safe and
can bo operated wisely , then their
scope can bo extended , " said Leslie
M. Shaw , ex-secretary of the treas
ury , In an address to the Indiana
Teachers' asnoclullon In Indianapolis.
George Hauloy , a farmer living two
tulles cast of Colfax , la. , drove his
wife from homo at 2 o'clock In the
morning and with the thermometer nt
least 12 degrees below zero , she was
compelled to walk In her gown and
without shoes to a neighbor's resi
dence , half a mile away. She was
The centenary of the birth of Wll-
Ham Edward Gladstone was comme
morated not only In the land of his
birth , but hi countries like Greece , the
Balkans tind Armenia.
President Tnft Is trying to find a
tvny to make future payments In the
Panama canal work and reimburse the
treasury for amounts expended from
the working balance for canal dig
ging. To do this the president wants
to dovlso a way to issue the Panama
canal bonds authorized In the Payne
Zcluya Is on his way to Mexico City ,
where his stay Is Indefinite. He Is In
no sense a prhioner. In an Interview
ho said Secretary Knox had been un
Gambling In futures Is to form the
subject of a conference soon to be
held at the white house. President
Tnft proposes to arrive at a means , If
possible , of preventing nil unnecessary
amount of stock market trading In fu
ture deliveries of wheat , corn , cotton
and other products.
Reports from the east say Mr. Wll-
lard has been offered the presidency
of the B. & O. railroad.
P. L. Quo , who lives near Tecuin-
ch , Neb. , has a photograph , recently
taken , of a grist mill erected near
Perryopolls , Fayotto county , Pa. , In
1770 , by George Washington. The
mill Is In dally operation at this lime.
Now York striking shirtwaist male-
ars voted to refuse the settlement
offered by the manufacturers and de
clared their Intention to continue the
strike until all of their demands are
President Taft discussed with mem
bers of his cabinet the final details of
the special message ho will send to
congress dealing with proposed amend-
mentB to the interstate commerce and
Sherman anti-trust laws. Mr. Toft be
gun work on the Important document
Prospects for remedial legislation
at this session of congress are not
The state department Is becoming
Impatient at the manner In which the
Mexican government is delaying ac
tion in the case of James A. Cook , an
American citizen , who was arrested ,
charged with complicity In the rob
bing of trains.
Executive ciemoncy has been exor
cised in the case of Thomas West
moreland now undergoing life Impri
sonment following his conviction In
the circuit court , eastern district of
Texas , for murder committed In tno
Indian territory in Juno 1893.
Representative Magulro of Nebras
ka announced that he has selected
George T. Llddoll of Tecuuiseh as
principal to take the examination for
entrance to West Point , and Thomas
J. Doyle of Lincoln to take the exami
nation for Annapolis.
The magnitude of the sewer systems
of the largest cities Is set forth In a
bulletin just Issued by the census
bureau. Aggregating the seyers in
the 157 largest cities of the United
States , their combined length would
be sufficient to girdle the earth at the
equator ; or if laid on the bottom of
the Atlantic would provide seven sub
ways from New York to London.
Patens are Issuing In Europe , It Is
announced , for ' 'an apparatus for the
transmission of pictures by wire ,
showing color and motion. "
Early recognition of Madrlz an
president of Nicaragua Is unlikely.
It costs each person In the United
States $1.05 a year for lire protection.
An appeal has been made to Presi
dent Taft to settle the switchmen's
General William Booth , the founder
of the Salvation army , was granted a
new trial In his effort to oust the
American Salvation army.
President Tuft's first Now Year's
reception at the White house was of
most brilliant character.
Tom Johnson has retired as mayor
of Cleveland after eight years' serv
Senator Dolllvar has so far re
covered ns to be able to resume his
Governor Haskcll asks governors of
Nebraska and Kansas to Join In an ap
peal In the matter of the bank guar
anty law ,
The American Red Cross has taken
the initiative in a now method of fur
nishing relief to those left destitute
through some great disaster , nnd li
the present plan Is followed , it will
bo put Into operation first for the re
lief of the widows and orphans who
have been left helpless by reason of
the great disaster last mouth at the
Cherry mine in Illinois.
The daughter of Bret Harte has
been granted a divorce
NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST FROM
MSUBJECTS TOUCHED UPON
Religious , Social , Agricultural , Polit
ical and Other Matters Given
Two hundred men and boya engaged
In u wolf hunt ciiHt of Tecmnseh. Kout
wolvnn wor > rounded up nnd killed ,
The hunters covered twenty-five sne'
tloiiB or Innd. - -
The Cass county mortgage record
for December follown : Amount ol
farm mortgages filed , $30,104 ; re
leased , $25,050. City mortgages filed ,
$0,079 ; released , $3,295.
Mrs. Kittle M. Hnln of Lincoln killed
herself. She used a 32-callbcr revolver
to take her life , shooting herself
through the breast. No cause Is as
The bar of Richardson county has
adopted resolutions of respect for the
memory of the late Judge Martin , who
died recently. At a later date , when
Judge Martin's family has returned , a
memorial meeting will be held.
The erection of poles has begun for
the Installation of a new telephone
line between Nelson and Superior by
the Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph
company. This line will bo open for
telephone service in a few days.
Leonard Finlay and Marie Flnlay of
Wymore were bitten by a mad cat
several days ago and their condition
has become so serious that It has been
decided to send the children to the
Pasteur Institute at Chicago.
A special term of district court will
bo held In Franklin county , convening
January 10. At that time George Ant-
ser , charged with the killing of Wil
liam Dillon near Stamford , Harlan
county , will bo tried.
Herman Schloesser , an old bachelor
who lived alone near Heaver Crossing ,
Seward county , was taken ill while
alone and when found was lying part
ly on the floor and partly on a- sofa ,
nearly frozen. The exposure caused
his death. He was 49 years of age.
In the vicinity of Arlington many
farmers are taking advantage of the
opportunity to procure an excellent
quality of Ice and are hauling dally
from the lakes. The Ice now being
harvested Is fifteen Inches thick , solid
through and as clear as crystal.
Ernest Runs With , an Indian , was
found dead east of Valentine , about a
quarter of a mile , by some section
men. It is thought he had been
struck by a train , as both his leg *
wore broken and numerous other
bruises were found on the body.
The charities and correction confer-
elce will bo held In Lincoln January
1C to 18. On January 1C Secretary
Johnson of the national association
will preach at one of the churches and
In the afternoon he will deliver an
At Dladon , after eating sixteen
bananas , John Clausson , 19 years of
age , became 111 and died. With a
number of companions ho entered a
restaurant. For a cash payment of 5
cents the proprietor offered the boys
ah the bananas they could cat. It is
claimed that the fruit had been frozen.
County Supervisor Richard Stafford
met with a serious accident at his
homo at Bancroft. Ho was taken
with a severe spell of coughing and
ihi the paroxysm he lost his balance
and fell on an icy cement sidewalk
with great force , sustaining a fracture
of the skull.
Word was received in Fremont that
John W. ' Taylor of that city was found
dead in a room at Sioux City , death
having evidently been caused by as
phyxiation. It is supposed that ho
committed suicide while In a fit of de
spondency , as he had made two at
tempts to end his life while at home
The report of William Waxham ,
government weather observer at Be
atrice , shows that the month of De
cember was one of the coldest and
wettest In years. For eleven days the
mercury registered below zero. Nearly
four Inches of water and snow fell.
During 1909 the rainfall was 45.57
Inches , as compared with 38.35 In 1908.
Through a clerical error in bulletin
No. 17 , Issued by the bureau of labor ,
Sheridan county 1 credited with the
production of 71.9G4 bushels of pota
toes Instead of 719.G40 bushels. The
correction of this error puts Sheridan
county In the first place in potato
production for the state , with 300,000
bushels more than Hex Uutto count ; *
which Is given first place In the bul-
Judge Dungan Is considering the ad
visability of calling a grand Jury for
Adams county In connection with the
March term of the district court. A
law passed by the last legislature , re
storing the grand jury system for the
Investigation of criminal matters , Do-
came effective Jan. 1 and under the
terms of this act there must ho a
grand jury In each county once each
year , unless otherwise specifically or
dered by the district Judge.
A team of horses belonging to E. P.
Hoarller , a farmer living north of
Syracuse , was stolen on the streets of
that place. No trace of the thieves
have been found.
Mrs. Orpha Inman of North Plattc
began an action In the district court
against J. C. Den. II. J. Rohhausen.
A. E. Tlnuuerman , C. T. Wholan and
Fred Waltmath and their bondsmen.
In which Bho seeks to recover dam
ages In the sum of § 20,000. The peti
tion recites that the husband of the
plaintiff was killed while Intoxicated
by liquor secured at the defendant's
AMOUNT RECEIVED DY THE SECRETARY -
RETARY FOR DECEMBER.
SOME PAID UNDER PROTEST
Report of State Treasurer Brian.
Other Matters of Interest at the
Secretary of State Junktn received
a total of $30,601.80 In fees during the
month of December. The amount
usually received Is $0,000. Of the
amount received during December ,
$25-000 was fees paid under protest
by corporations who thought they
stand a show of beating the state cor
poration license fee provided for by
the last legislature In tno King bill.
Nearly $70,000 was collected In fees
under that hill since the act went into
effect , including $2o,000 paid under
protest. The supreme court has up
held the law and corporations that
did not pay November 30 will lose
their charters. About 4,000 different
corporation on the books of the secre
tary of state are shut out and n list
of their names will be forwarded by
the secretary of state to county
clerks. A few corporations appear not
to have heard of the law , though the
daily newspapers have frequent ac
counts of It from time to time since
last April. This Is taken as proof
that newspapers have little or no In
fluence and that they are seldom rend.
The following fees were collected by
the secretary of state during Dvjceni-
For filing articles of incorporation ,
$2,127.40 ; notary commissions. ? S9 ;
motor vehicles , $170 ; brands , $24 ; cer-
Jflcates and transcripts , $46 ; corpora
tion permits , $24,745.40 ; penalties ,
$3,400. Total , $30,001.86.
State Treasurer's Report.
State Treasurer Brian has complet
ed his report for the month of De
cember. It shows that he Is account-
ihle for $502,250.42 , and that ho has
ill but $0,903.33 of that amount in
state depository banks. The state
.rust funds invested are an follows :
Perm , school $7,070,054.72
Perm , unl 195,885.12
Ag. col. endow 509,724.45
Nor. endow. . 77 , ' 05.80 $8,459,040.15
G'n f'd warnts 27,030.80
Unl fund 188,952.10 $8,459.040.15
Feed for State Wards.
According to the reports of the vari
ous state institutions filed with the
governor and compared with the con
tracts on file with the Board of Pur
chase and Supplies , there Is a total of
221,935 pounds of sugar , 1,113,770
pounds of flour and 42,850 pounds of
coffee consumed by the 3,502 inmates.
The Institutions represented In the
computation are those institutions
only which are under the control of
the State Board of Public Lands and
The sugar average for each person
Is 03.38 pounds.
Rowe Beats the Ice Trust.
Superintendent Rowe of the insti-
tue for the feeble minded has stored
In his Ice houses at the Institution 400
tons of Ice at a cost of about ] 0 cents
a ton or $40. The Ice is twelve Inches
; hlck , nnd before the winter is over
Dr. Rowe expects to put up at least
200 tons more , and his total cost he
figures will not be more than $00. All
of the Ice was secured from a creek
which belonds to the Institution. Dur-
ng the last year Dr. Rowe has dis
tributed 300 wagon loads of fertilizer
on the Institution land.
New Order of Business.
Hereafter Insurance agents will
have to make application to the state
auditor for licenses to do business.
This Is a change from the old way of
lolng business when the Insurance
companies simply sent In the names
of the agents and the licenses -ivoro
granted on their application. The
agents will be compelled to answer
certain questions , among them being
one telling of the amount of Insur
ance ho lira wrlton during the last
year and also whether ho Intends to
devote his time exclusively to the in
Saloons or No Saloons.
Whether the question of saloons erne
no saloons will be submitted to the
voters at the coming spring election
is creating considerable talk just now
In Lincoln. The town has been dry
insofar as licensed saloons arc con
cerned since lust May , but the police
records show that about the usual
numer , If not more , arrests have been
made of persons for being drunk as
when there wore saloons here , and
numerous bootlegging joints have
leen raided. The cluba still servo
liquor to their members.
Civil Service Examination.
The United States civil service commission -
mission announces the following ex
aminations to bo held at Lincoln ,
Grand Island , Norfolk , North Platte
and Omaha : Engineer-physician , bu
reau of standards ; assistant chemist ,
department of agriculture ; negative
cutter , engraving and printing divi
sion , geological survey ; senior me
chanical and optical draftman , ord
nance department at large , Frankford -
ford arsenal , Phlladephla , Pa. Those
examinations are open to nil cltliuns
of the United States.
GUARANTY BANK LAW.
A Conference for Discussion of the
Governor Slmllenborgcr has accept
ed an Invitation from Governor Has-
koll to attend a conference between
these two and the governor of Kansas
to discuss a way to defend the bank
ing law of Oklahoma , which Is now
pending In the supreme court of the
Governor Shallenhergor Is much Im
pressed with the banking law of
Texas , which goes Into effect January
1. This law provides that the stale
banks must guarantee their deposits
either by taking out an Indemnity
policy or by a mutual arrangement.
He has roeolvod a copy of the Okla
homa hnv and has the opinion of At
torney General Thompson that It
would stand the test of the constitu
tion In Nebraska.
The telegram sent by the governor
of Oklanoma was as follows :
"Guthrle , Okl , Governor A. C. Shal-
lenberger , Lincoln Nebraska , Kansas
and Oklahoma have mutual interests
In the bunking law question. Our teat
ease originated In state court. Our
law fully upheld by our supreme court.
Case now In United Slates RUpromu
court on appeal from state supreme
court. Will probably bo reached about
February or March. I bollovo all three
states ar mutually Interested In the
Oklahoma case and therefore have
decided to Invite conference and mu
tual cooperation between Kansas ,
Nebraska and Oklahoma. Kindly ad
vise nu If you Uitnk well of this con
ference nnd co-operation.
"C. N. HASKKLL , Governor. "
Governor Shallenberjrer announcing
that , he would accept the Invitation of
Governor Haskoll for n conference of
the executives ot Oklahomn , Kansas
and Nebraska , wrote the following lett
ter to the Oklahoma governor :
"I have your telegram relative to
the matter of n conference to be held
by those officially Interested in and
empowered with the enforcement of
the guaranty of deposits law In the
states of Kansas , Oklahoma and Ne
"In reply I will say that It seems to
me that the suggestion is n good one
and 1 will be very glad to assist In
any way. The laws of the three
states have nil been attacked upon
different points and the federal courts
in Nebraska and Kansas have en
joined the laws of these respective
states for different reasons , and , as
you suggest , it seems to me highly
to be desired , that the lawyers hav
ing in charge the cases for the differ
ent states and the executive depart
ments having in charge the enforce
ment of the laws , should mutually
confer and agree as to a general
" 1 will be very glad to hear from
you further in the matter , us doubt
less you have given it attention , nnd
I would like to know If it is your
idea to hold the1 conference In one of
the respective states , or to confer at
the time of the meeting of governors ,
called for January 13 , next , at Wash
ington , D. C.
State Aid for Counties.
Superintendent Bishop has made
his certificate to the state auditor
showing what counties are entitled to
shr.ro in the state aid fund under the
act of 1909. The apportionment of
this fund Is made in accordance with
section Mb , subdivision 2 , school
laws , which provides that the state
superintendent shall , on or before the
last Monday In December of each year
certify the amount of state aid duo
the various counties to the state audi
tor , who shall draw warrants on the
stut9 treasurer in favor of the county
treasurer for the amount so specified
by the superintendent of public in-
No Need of Policemen.
No force was patrolling the streets
at any time during Christmas and no
necessity for such was found. Chief
Malone saya a patrol force would not
bo ncccsary at any time now that Lin
coln has abolished the saloons. The
office force , and two or three plain
clother men ready to answer calls at
any time could , In the judgment of
the chief take care of the situation.
The element which has in the past
required uoiiHtunt attention has been
caving the city since It has been
found wo difficult to "wet up. "
Good Roads Convention.
Governor Slmllenberger has Issued
a proclamation asking all the towns
and counties in the state to send del
egates here to the good roads meetIng -
Ing to bo held January 21. This
meeting Is to be national In scope.
Licenses to hunt and fish In Nebrus.-
lui expired with the close of the year.
State game warden Dan Glllus Is sendIng -
Ing out the now blanks to the differ ,
ent county cierks over the state.
Last of Dinnuzzo Case.
The supreme court overruled the
motion for rehearing In the case of
the state against Dlnuzzo of Omaha ,
winding up the effort to reopen the 8
o'clock closing case.
Cowglll Rivals One T. R.
W. II. Cowglll , railway commis
sioner , will within a day or two have
on exhibition for the pleasure of JiJs
friends the head of an elk which was
brought down by his trusty rifle and
which on Christmas day took the blue
ribbon In a contest nt Bozeman , Mont.
The head with two deer heads , the
result of JUr. Cowglll's deadly aim ,
are now on the road to Lincoln by ex
press. This elk Mr. Cowglll shot and
killed , at a distance of 500 yeards af
ter trailing the animal through the
snow for five or six hours.
CONSERVATION INQUIRY HAS
STRICTLY A PUBLIC HEARING
Committee From Both Houses to B
Appointed to Conduct Investiga
tion of the Dalllngcr-Pln-
Washington.- Investigation of llu-
Balllugcr-Pliichot controversy Is or
dered 'by ' a joint resolution introduced
In the senate by Mr. Jones , and In the
house by Mr. Humphrey , both of Wnnh-
lugton. As heretofore announced the
provision is for the broadort kind of
public inquiry , the resolution being of
the character requiring the signature
of the piesldont , which gives to it * : !
the force of general Inw.
A committee of twelve la to be ap
pointed to conduct the investIgatloii.
six of whom shall be designated by
Vice-president Sherman and six by the
speaker of the IIOUEO. Unquestionably
Senator Nelson , chairman of the sen
ate committee on public lands , wilt
load the list of senators and this doubt
less will result In his selection a
clmlrnuM of the joint committee. The
scope of the Investigation is outliiiei'
as follows :
"The committee Is hereby empow
ered and directed to make a thorough
and complete Investigation of the ad
ministration mid conduct of Hie in
terior department , Its several bureaus ,
officers and employes , and of the bu
reau of forestry in the agricultural de
partment , Its officers and employes ,
touching or relating to the reclama
tion , conservation , management anil
disposal of the public lands of the
United States or any lands held In
trust by the United States for any pur
pose , Including all the natural re
sources of such lands and said commit
tee is authorized and empowered to
make any further investigation touch
ing said department , its bureaus , offi
cers or employes , and of said bureut
of forestry , its officers or employes as
it may deem desirable. "
The authority to sit during sessions
of congress and in recesses , to requln *
the attendance of witnesses and the
production of papers , usual to congres
sional Inquiries , Is granted by the res
olution. It Is provided farther that
any person refusing to obey the pro-
: ess of the committee or to answer any
question propounded shall be deemed
guilty of contempt and jurisdiction 1
conferred upon the court of n.jpeals of
the District of Columbia to trj and
determine any sir\h charges of con
Employment of assistance , "legal or
otherwise , " is specifically authorized.
This provision Is for the purpose of
enabling the committee to procure
the services of able attorneys to take
charge of the probing so for as the di
recting of questions is concerned. It
is the intention of Pres'tlent ' Tail to
have the committee name some compe
tent atorncy to conduct the asc , and
it is possible that bath of the princi
pals to the controversy may be repre
sented by counsel. }
New Officers are Elected. I
Omaha , Neb. The annual session or
the Nebraska federation of labor
closed Wednesday with electing ; i
new eet of officers. II. A. Davis of
Omaha , delegate of electrical workers ,
at request of the convention withdrew ,
that his presence might not bring the
state federation into conflict with the
American federation which body has
denied electrical workers any stand
ing It is sttd. The following officers
were elected : >
Frank M. Coffcy , Lincoln , president ;
J. C. Trouton , South Omaha , first -vice-
president ; W. M. Maupln , Lincoln , bec-
end vice-president ; J. C. Hoffman ,
Fremont , third vice-president ; John
Lambert , Red Cloud , fourth vice-presi
dent ; William Bonnell , AMIauco , sixth
vlcepresldent ; fifth vice-president to
be supplied by appointment. Frank
P. Hart , South Omuha , secretary and
Legislative delegates. J. C. Lynch ,
Omaha ; Junes Koters , South Omahn ;
T. C. Kelsey , Lincoln ; C. L. W'.ldman ,
Fremont ; S. A. D. Smith , Lincoln ; S.
A. Grace , North Platte. DeJ 'es In
Fifth and Sixth congressional districts
to be supplied.
The next meeting Is to be held Jan
uary 3 , 1911 , at Havelock. The most
Important resolution adopted was tht
requesting of the American fuderation
of labor to restore all charters pending
ing the result of ( Jellberti'.Ion by the
board of arbitration and' protest
against arbitrary action by the blghnr
Mrs. Romadka Is Released.
Chicago. Mrs. Evelyn Romadkii , for
mer wife of Charles J. RomnJka , mil
lionaire manufacturers of Milwaukee ,
who was serving a sentence of from
one to twenty ypars In the Jollel pen
itentiary for larcency was released
Tuesday. A parole -was granted In
secret by the board of pardons on / < ?
comber 17. Mrs. RonuUka , who was
once prominent In Milwaukee * socletj.
wus convicted about two years ago of
stealing $1,000 worth of Jowolry. Her
attorneys advanced the plea Hiat she.
was n kleptomaniac.
To Be Settled This Week.
Wasnlngton. Senator Brown i x-
pressed the opinion Wednesday that
the Nebraska district attornoyship
would bo settled some tlmo this week
Senator Burkett expected to reach
Washington Wednesday , but nile. d.
connections. It Is expected that the
two senators will dispose of Iho ap
pointment soon after Mr. Burkolt's ar
rival. Franks S. Howell seems to be
In the lead for the place , despite the
opposition of Victor Rosowalor , . ' Sena
tor Brown fnvors Howell and It Is be
lieved that Senator Burkett will be
oersundcd to support him.
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