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The Glister County Republican
D. M. AMSUEIIHY. Editor
BROKEN BOW - - NEBRASKA
NEW3 AND NOTES HERE
s PEBSOfi. 10 POLITICflL |
Other Mntterg of Interest Con- Vj
densed From tha Mora Jj
Important Telegrams. v
Hear Admiral Thomas II. Looker ,
n veteran of the civil war and for
many years paymaster general of the
navy , died at his home hcru at the
ago of eighty.
An outbreak of typhoid fever on
three Japanese battleships In
Oriental waters has been reported to
the public health and marine hos
A safety device which had been
tested and found true , but failed in
oflu particular Instance , was the
cause of the gun explosion In Battery
Do. Russy at Fort Monroe , July 21 ,
when eleven artillerymen were
Just to show the doubting
Thomases that they can withstand
nny physical test for army officers ,
General Robert 8. Oliver , assistant
secretary of war , Is to spend most
of bis months' vacation in the sad
dle. General. Oliver Is sixty-three
years of afic. His first task will bo
31 fifty rallo horseback ride. Miss
Oliver , his daughter , will accompany
Lieutenant Kllery Farmer of the
Twenty-sixth United States Infantry ,
has been detailed as professor of mili
tary sclenco at the University of Mis
souri. IIo will report at the uni
versity about August 15. Major Fred-
crick S. Foils of the Fifteenth
cavalry has been detailed as as
sistant commandant of the mounted
Borvlco school at Fort Rlley , HUB. Ho
will relieve Major George II. Cam
eron , Fourteenth cavalry , who will
join his regiment.
Franco appears to bo on the eve of
ono of the most colossal strikes that
the country has witnessed In recent
years. The engineers and firemen af
filiated with tha national railroaders'
union are to meet to reach a final de
cision on the action of thu central
committee of the union , which has al-
eady decided on a general strike.
The workers demand an Increase in
Lydlo' Lopoukhova , her brother ,
Fcodor , and Alexander Vollnine , the
famous Russian dancers who have
been engaged by Charles Frohman
Tor an American tour , sailed for Now
York on th Oceanic. Their first per
formances will bo given at the Em
pire theater in New York. Lydlc
Lopoukhova , although she is but
eighteen years old , has established a
reputation throughout Europe and In
St. Petersburg she is looked upon ns
the only rival of the famous Pavlova.
The supreme court has decided
that Governor General Forbes of
the Philippine Islands has the
liowpr to deport obnoxious aliens
from the archipelago and has
granted n writ of prohibition against
the lower court which assumed Juris
diction in the rases of 'a dozen
Chinese who were deported last
August nnd returned to Manila in
March and began suit against Gov
ernor General Forbes and others con
nected with their deportation. It is
possible now that the case will go to
President Taft is pleased with the
result of the Ohio convention.
Glfford Plnchot was suggested as a
likely candidate for the Now York
Nebraska republicans In state con
vention strongly endorsed the Taft
Democrats of Minnesota nominated
John Llnd for governor , but It Is said
ho will not accept.
The strike situation at Columbus ,
Ohio , is so serious that troops have
been called to quell rioting.
John G. Carlisle , secretary of
treasury under the Cleveland ad
ministration , died In Now York.
President Taft Is back at Beverly
and will make no more jaunts until
ho goes to Panama in November.
The government intends to break
up the practice of railroads selling
foodstuffs spoiled In transportation.
Prof. Samuel Rosswln , dean of
Princeton university from 189D to
1903 , died at bis homo In Princeton.
The president has a busy week be
fore him , engagements having been
made for a largo number of callers.
Reports reached Douglas , Arizona.
of a massar.ro of Chinese und of their
families at Yaqula , a town on the
Yuqun river In Mexico.
Win. S. Moore , sixty-seven years
old , n wealthy planter and brother-in-
law of the late Eckstein Norton , for
mer president of the Louisville &
Nashville railway , ' shot and killed
The report of the state board of
ngrlculturo "P to July 2C , estimated
the damage to the corn crop In Okla
homa 'during the past month nt 21.3
per cent. This * Is against a damage
of 25.0 per cent
Theodora Roosevelt ban no desire
to pose as n political dictator.
Senator IiriHtow says Kansas is not
taking Speaker Cannon seriously.
Congressman Campbell of Kansas ,
standpatter , calls Insurgents Icono.
Roosevelt will address the national
conservation congress In St. Paul ,
September ( I.
Ohio republicans selected Mr. Har
ding for governor , the Taft following
tlinn winning out.
The mayor of Columbus , O. , made
nn appeal to the governor for troops
to cope with strikers.
The Rusk piirty of mountain climb
ers failed to reach the summit of Mt.
McKlnlcy , In Alaska.
A Chicago newspaper charges that
a bribe fund was raised to return A.
J. Hopkins to the senate.
The supreme court of Oklahoma
says tha capital must remain for a
time , at least , at Guthrlc.
Chairman Yoakum , of the Frisco
railroad , discussed good roudu at the
Niagara Falls convention.
Twenty-llvo persons perished In a
flood that followed a cloudburst at
the town of Dees , Hungary.
Senator Crane will make a trip
through the west to size up the poli
tical Hltuatlon for President Taft.
The coroner'n jury found that Ira
G. UIUVM died by his own hand , but
does not say ho committed suicide.
Secretaries Wlckoniham and Nagol
are keeping out of the Alaska
quarrel while visiting the territory.
There Is some hope of compromise
In the differences between the
British house of commons and lords !
Mrs. Margaret Barcha , a bride of
less than a year , was found shot to
death In her homo at Chicago
Nonconformists were successful In
the British commons in having ex
punged an obnoxious clause in the
pending king's accession bill.
The French government has accept
ed a bronze copy of Houden's statue
of George Washington , which was
presented by the state of Virginia.
That the one-quarter mill tax levied
on all property In Oklahoma for
school taxes Is valid In the opinion of
District Judge Huston in a decision.
At Hamburg Thirty-live thousand
ship yard workers united in a de
mand for an increase of 10 per cent.
In wagea and a flfly-three-hour week.
Co-operation between the federal
and state governments In the good
roads movement was advocated by
speakers at tho'Nlagara Falls conven
Copious rains which fell over the
Central and Southern sections of
Iowa , these portions of the state
which needed It most , saved the corn
Major General Frederick Dent
Grant has loft Chicago to assume
command of the Department of the
East , with headquarters at Governors
Inland , N. Y.
The report of the national glners
association at Memphis , Indicates a
condition of 72.7 per cent for cotton
up to Jjily 25.
In a pitched battle between police
officers nnd a band of negroes at
Bradford , Ohio , ono of the negrooK
was fatally iihot.
The pope has appointed the Rev.
Joseph Chartrand as coadjutoi
bishop to Bishop Clmtard , of the
dlocoso of Indianapolis.
The famous Crocker's Iowa Brigade
will hold Its Fifteenth Biennial Re
union at Washington , la. . Wednesday
and Thursday. September 14 and 15 ,
1910. All soldiers who served In the
brigade composed of the llth , 18tli ,
,15th and 10th regiments of Iowa
volunteers are entitled to membership
and are earnestly urged to attend.
Thirty cotton mills at Fall River ,
owned by twelve corporations and
employing 8,000 operators , were shut
down until August 8 , for the purpose
of curtailing production.
Laura Joanne Libbey the author of
"When His I.ovo Grew Cold , " "Lovers
Once , but Strangers Now , " and more
than fifty other similar novels , will
make her debut on the stage.
A new party has been born In Penn
sylvania and a state ticket nominated.
For the protection of deer and
walrus In Alaska , the Department of
Agriculture has Issued regulations
limiting to eight the number of deer
which may bo killed by ono person.
The Missouri supreme court re-
fuso'd a writ of mandamus to compel
Secretary of State Roach to place a
constitutional amendment on the ofll
clal ballot to rcdlstrlct the state as
proposed by the republican state cam-
Lieutenant Commander Henry T.
Baker , on duty at the Bremerton
navy yard , Washington , was reduced
fifty-live numbers and a public repri
mand sent to him by the Navy depart
ment as the outcome of a "by court-
martial on a charge of uttering a
Arthur Gogelln , night marshal of
Telurlde , Col. , was shot and killed by
Jesse Munn , u miner.
Theodore Roosovelts first speech
of a political nature since his return
to America , may bo delivered In St.
Louis , -October 11.
Republicans and populists of Nebraska
braska declare for county option
Dr. Crippen and his companion
were identified nnd arrested on the
steamer Montrose at Father Point.
Attorney General Wlckorsham says
there Is no law to warrant the re
moval of the statue of Robert 10. Leo.
Erwln Wilder Is being sought b.\
the police In collection with the dls
appearance of bonds from tin
Uusso-Chlncse bank. '
Prof. A. Hurry Thurston Peck o
Columbia university is being sued fo
breach of promise by Miss Esthc
Qliiu of Cambridge , Mass.
DEMURRER OF THE ATTORNEY
GENERAL IS SUSTAINED.
A RULING BY JUDGE FROST
Courts Will Not Go So Far as to
Interfere With Political Party
Uocauso the attorney general had
ruled that the payment of only ono
filing fee Is necessary for a candidate
lot office to have his name placed on
one or more primary ballots , Judge
Lincoln Frost of the district court
sustained the demurrer of the attor
ney general lirtlio primary ballot suit
Instituted by Victor llosowatcr , repub
lican national commlttecman. Mr.
Ilosewater sought an Injunction to
prevent Secretary of State Junkln
from certifying to the various county
clerks the names of these candidates
who had filed on more than one bal
lot and paid only ono filing fee. As
sistant Attorney General Ayrcs and
John J. Sullivan and T. J. Doyle ,
democratic attorneys , who appeared
for Mr. Junkln , filed a demurrer to
the petition filed by John O. Yclser
tor Mr. Hosewatcr.
In sustaining the demurrer Judge
Frost discussed the points raised In
the case briefly , holding that a court
In equity would take jurisdiction in
maciers involving political rights , but
that the courts would not go so far
ns to Interfere' ' with rules of political
parties such as were formerly In
vogue. 13ut In cases where the matter -
tor , is controlled by statute , as In this
case , the court rules do not apply , ha
said. The secretary of state has cer
tain specific duties to perform and if
ho does not perform them , then ithoro
should bo some way to make him.
Continuing , Judge Frost said ho
would not rest a decision on the de
murrer , but without going Into the
case any farther ho would sustain the
demurrer. IIo did this , ho said , be
cause the attorney general had given
two decisions to the effect that only
ono fee was required of candidates
who desired to file on more than one
ticket , and that the secretary of state
had been acting in accordance with
these decisions. Therefore , he would
not overrule them. In reading the
statute , however , the judge said it
could bo interpreted two ways and
there was a question whether the
opinion of the attorney general was
correct , but he preferred not to over
rule him unless ho was absolutely
euro that ho was wrong.
The members of the supreme court ,
except Jiidgo Rose , are out of the city ,
so Mr. Yclser cannot appeal the case
In time to have the ruling passed on
before the primary election.
Autos Double In Number.
The number of automobiles re
turned by county assessors to the
State Board of Equalization will be
double the number returned In the
year 1909. In that year there wore
returned 3,011 , while , with six coun
ties not yet reported , tbero has been
returned a total of 6,481. April 1 ,
when the assessment is made , thc-o
were registered in the ofllco of the
secrtary of state n total of 9,280
machines and the year before a total
of 4,877. This number , however , does
not represent the total number of
machines In the state.
New Postal Cards.
Blue postal cards have gone on sale
nt the Lincoln postofllce , In place of
the old white ones. A shipment of
the new skytlnted cards , numbering
200,000 , was received from Washing
ton. They contain McKinley's pic
ture , like these they supersede.
Valuation of Live Stock.
The state board of equalization
listened to a dozen or more county as
sessors" In regard to proposed changes
in the valuation of live stock. The
changes made from the rqturns of the
assessors as finally divided are as fol
lows : Horses , Dodge , Douglas ,
Hayes , Kearney , Morrlll , Perkins and
Wayne , 10 per cent. Increase ; Butler ,
5 per cent. Increase ; Boyd and Val
ley , 10 per cent , decrease. Mules.
Flllmoro , Kearney and Morrlll , 10 pjr
cent. Increase ; Douglas and Wayne ,
20 per cent , increase ; Banner , 25 per
cent , increase ; Hooker , 100 per cent.
Increase ; Boyd , Perkins and Valley ,
10 per cent , decrease ; Grant , 20 per
cerft decrease. Cattle , Perkins , In
creased 10 per cent. ; Thomas , 30 per
cent , increase ; Cass , Nance , Nuckolls
and Valley , 10 per cent , decrease ;
Hamilton and Boyd , 5 per cent , de
crease. Hogs , Garlleld , 20 per cent ,
increase ; Holt , 30 per cent , increase ;
Valley , 10 per cent , decrease ; Kear
ney , Hayes and Gasper , 15 per cent ,
decrease ; Phelps , 20 per cent , in
crease ; Wheeler and Hitchcock , 30
per cent , decrease ; Boyd , 40 per cent ,
Assessment of Hogs.
The assessment of hogs and pigs
came up before the state board of as
sessment. In some places a sow , is as
sessed at so much and no account is
taken of the lit"0 pigs. In other
places n certain value Is placed on a
sow and cloven pigs. As a result ,
the average value of pigs In the vari
ous counties shows great variation
and the state board of equalization Is
In dancer , according to the assessors
protesting , of making unwarranted
changes In an attempt to equalize
svidnly disproportionate values.
TO OUST OFFICIALS ) .
Governor Takes Action Against
Governor Slmllnnborgcr IMS di
rected the attorney general to bring
quo wnrrnnto proceedings to oust
from office Chief of Police Donnhtta
of Oniului , Fred Hoye , Wllllnin J.
Hunter nnd Wllllnin V. Wupplch ,
members of the Omnlm Flro und Po
llco bonrd , for falling to enforce the
liquor Inwa In Otnahn. The governor
acted upon a complaint lllcd with him
by Charles J. Karlmch , member of the
Omaha Flro and Police board. In the
complain It IB charged that houses of
jiroHtltutlon to the number of 2G9
liavo taken out government licenses
to sell intoxicating liquors nnd liavo
no city license , and that they sell
beer at all hours of the day nnd night
and on Sundays. Karbach alleges
that ho personally visited the red
light district nnd was solicited to en
ter the houses by girls , and that he
Informed Chief Donahue of what be
saw. The reply the chief made to
the complaint , he says , was this :
"Your a liar aril don't know anything
about It. "
Knrbach calls attention to the fact
that Mayor Dahlman , In n speech on
Juno 22 , said that the 8 o'clock law
was being violated all over tho. state.
Ho said that the mayor , as exolllclo
member of this board , has knowledge
of the conditions in Omaha.
Governor Shallcnborger's letter to
the attorney general directing the
latter ofllclal to begin action against
the three members of the lire and po-
llco board and Chief Donahue fol
"Dear Sir : I am enclosing you
herewith copy of a complaint filed In
my office by Charles J , Karbach
against John J. Donahue , chief of po
lice , nnd Fred Hoye , William J.
Hunter and William F. Wnpplch' ,
members of the , board of fire and po
lice commissioners , city of Omaha ,
"This Is the third complaint that
has been filed against these officers ,
the ch.arges all being similar , within
the last year. The evidence adduced
upon the former complaints showed
thati there were violations of the
liquor laws in the city of Omaha , but
upon the express promise of the chief
of police that such violation would be
discontinued If they were given an
opportunity to enforce the laws , I
withheld taking any steps to remove
such officers at that time. During
the past two months my attention
has been called to repeated and con
tinued violations of the liquor laws
In the city of/Omaha , nnd I am con
vinced beyond a doubt that there is
no effort being made on the part of
these whose vduty it is to see that the
laws are enforced lu that city to In
any way eradicate the evil or remedy
the existing conditions.
"This last complaint having been
filed by ono who is a member of the
board of llro and police commissioners -
ors , convinces mo that the de
fendants named in this complaint are
not acting in good faith with refer
ence to doing their duty in this mat-
tor. I am not satisfied that these of-
llcers are unable to bring about an
observance of the liquor laws In the
city of Omaha , but on the contrary
am thoroughly convinced that they
have no desire so to do , and are In
fact wilfully neglecting and refusing
to enforce the law.
"You are therefore directed to insti
tute and prosecute quo warranto pro
ceedings In the supreme court , as by
law provided , against the defendants
named herein , for the purpose of oust
ing said defendants from the official
positions so held' by them. "
Attorney General Thompson will
begin his -suit at once. Although the
supreme court will not be In session
again until September the taking of
testimony In the case will begin at
once. A majority of the supreme
court will bo called together to ap
point a referee to take testimony.
Isaac Pankhurst Killed.
Isaac Pankhurst , aged 19 years , residing -
siding at Belmont , this county , was
Instantly killed by the explosion of a
traction engine. The traction engine ,
which belonged to Nick Kramer , was
working on the farm of Mayor Love , ,
five miles north of the city. The top
of the young man's head was blown
State Not to Pay Building Permit.
Land Commissioner Cowles has ad
vised Superintendent Stewart of the
state school for deaf not to. pay the
city of Omaha $28 for a permit to
build a building on state land. IIo
believes the state should not be re
quired to pay any fee when It.desires
to erect buildings on Its own lands.
The Institution is within the city lim
its of Omaha.
Withdraws His Name.
Smith Ketchum , democratic candi
date for the state' senate from the
Twenty-third district , which compris
es Tliayer nnd Jefferson counties ,
filed a withdrawal of his name with
the secretary of state. Ketchum gave
no reason for the withdrawal of hla
Supplies Are Rejected. ,
Recently canned goods delivered to
the soldiers' home at Grand Island on
contract were refused on the ground
that they were not equal In quality
to the sample bid on. A quarter of n
ton of coffee furnished by the same
contractor to the same Institute has
now boon rejected ns not being equal
to the kind contracted for by the
stato. A sample from the home nnd
fiomo of the coffee delhercd wore
sent to Land Commlssiruor Cowles ,
and afer ho compare ! ! the two lit
approved commandant's decision.
OKLAHOMA SENATOR WILL PRE
SENT FULL DETAILS.
IS TO TELL OF BRIBE OFFERED
Members Will Visit the Indians and
Learn , If Possible , How the
' Contracts Were Obtained
Muskogee , Okla. Investigation of
charges made In the United States
senate by Senator T. P. Gore , that he
and a member of the house of repre
sentatives each had been offered a
lirlbe of ? 2fiOUO to foster a scheme
wh.oreby the 'Indiana of Oklahoma
were to be deprived of $3,000,000
profits duo them through the sale of
asphalt lands in this state , is to be
begun here at once.
On the eve 'of the Investigation Sen
ator Gore said :
"I will tell the full details rvf the
scheme hatched at Washington to
mulct these Indians of $0,000,000
through the sale of their lands. I will
.give names , dates and other circum
stances relative to the bribe of $25-
000 olfered to me and to a member
of the house of representatives to re
move our opposition to the scheme
which would throw that vast sum of
money into the hands of private at
The committee was appointed by the
house of representatives to Investigate
what are known ns the McAIurray
contracts with the Ohickasaw and
Choctaw tribes of Indians. It is
Beaded by Congressman Charles H.
Burke of South Dakota. Senator Gore
probably will bo the firs witness.
Feature of Postal Banks.
Washington. A central clearing
house In each state for the purpose of
settling all matters connected with
the payment of Interest and the care
of accounts is a feature of the postal
savings bank system adopted by the
committee of officials that will make
recommendations to the board of trus
For a long time the committee
faced the. necessity of providing some
method for the settlement of the de
positors so that \C \ would avoid delay
Incident to the transmission of all
such matters to this city.
Wireless Officers Indicted.
York. Seven officers of the
United Wireless Telegraph company ,
most of whom had previously been ar-
rected , were Indicted by a federal
grand jury on two counts one charg
ing conspiracy to defraud by the use
of the United States malls , the other
charging conspiracy in devising c
scheme to induce investors to buy
Mrs. Mucnn Wants Reward.
Louisville , Ky. Airs. C. A. Mucna
of Hume , Mo. , from whom it is under
stood Chief of Detectives Carney
learned the address of Joseph Wend-
ling , wanted in Louisville on the
charge of murdering Alma Kellner ,
iias put in a claim for-the reward of
fered by the state , city and several
citizens for the arrest and conviction
Government Sends Guard.
Constantinople. In consequence ol
the massacre of more than 100 Chris
tians and 'Mussclmen In three villages
In the Ilauran district of Syria by
Druses , the government is sending a
powerful military guard to restore or
der. Hauran has been seething In re
volt ever since the constitution was
Miss Leneve Wlrec Home.
London. "I had seen nor heard
nothing until the cruel blow fell. 1
am returning home. "
This message from Ethel Clare Lc-
neve was received hero by her sister.
It brought great relief to the rela
tives of the woman who is charged
jointly with Dr. Crippen with murder.
Fire Destroys Northwestern Shops.
Chadron , Xcb. The twenty stall
roundhouse and machine shops of tha
Chicago & Northwestern railway here
burned Tuesday night , fifteen engines
being almost entirely demolished.
Spontaneous combustion .Is thought to
have caused the fire. The loss Is esti
mated at100,000. .
Dr. Cook in Colorado ?
Denver. The Denver Post prints
nn unconfirmed rumor that Dr. Frei ! <
crick A. Cook of north polo fame is
spending a vacation In the mountains
near Glenwood Springs , where J. It.
Bradley , his financial backer , has a
Columbus , O. Nearly one-half ol
the 15,200 national guard soldiers on
duty In Columbus will bo sent home
Boycott American Goods.
Canton , China. A boycott of Amer
ican goods on similar lines to the one
which several years ago caused mil
lions of dollars damage to American
trade , has been proclaimed hero In re
sponse to complaints of the treatment
of Chinese In America. The speclfrs
cause Is the objection of the Chinese
of San Francisco to the detention
sheds on Angel Island In San Fran
clsco bay , which they have been c.1
deavorlng to have removed to San
Francisco proper In order to secure
better treatment for arriving Chinese.
THEY ARE ONE AND A HALF.
Bcnbam The paper nays that In
Norway married people can travel for
a faro and a half.
Mrs. Bonham Married people aren't
one , even In Norway , are they ?
A prominent western attorney tells
of a boy who once applied at his of
fice for work.
"This boy was bright looking and I
rather took to him.
" 'Now , my son , ' I said , 'If you como
to work for me you will occasionally
have to write telegrams and take
down telephone messages. Hence a
pretty high degree of schooling is es
sential. Arcyou fairly well educated ? '
"Tho boy smiled confidently.
' "I be , ' lie Hula. " Independent.
- Freedom doesn't always bring hap
piness , but you'll notice that It is the
tied dog that howls.
A nagging wlfo makes her husband *
forget his other troubles.
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to think that you can.cure
your weak stomach and
get back your health
again by dieting or ex
perimenting with this or
that remedy. You need
Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters and nothing else.
For over 57 years it has
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and keeping them so and
it will do as muchf oryou.
Try a bottle today for
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A little Paxtine powder dis
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Choice quality ; redd and roans ,
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