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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , I'MUDVY ' , SMI'TKiMBMR (5. ( 11)07. )
TWO-YEAR-OLD SON OF MRS. OIL-
LIAN THE VICTIM.
LITTLE QIRL ALSO INJURED
Woman Living Near Hosklns Got Out
of Buggy to Unfasten Gate , Leaving
Three Children In Buggy Team Be
came Frightened , Death the Result.
Hosklns , Nob. , Sept. 5. Special to
Tlio News : A two-yoar-old was killed ,
his older sister hurt and a brother unscratched -
scratched lu a runaway accident eight
ihlles north of hero after dark. Of
three children In the buggy , the young
est a two-yoar-old son ol Mrs. Gil
lian lost his life.
The mother nnd three children wore
< lrlvlng home from a day at the home
of her mother. When , she readM 'or
own farm It was necessary to , '
gate In order to drive In. Mrs. U. ,
got out of the buggy and unfastens ,
the gate. She left the three children'
In the carriage. Suddenly the team
became frightened , presumably at cat
tle near by , and lurched away In a
Tlio buggy was overturned and the
youngest child killed , Instantly , It Is
said. The oldest child was badly hurt
and another unscratched.
! MILE AN HOURJOR TRA'NS '
Davenport Council Plans to Punish
Railroad for Killings.
Davenport , la. , Sept. 5. Uock Island
passenger trains -may have to creep
through Davenport at the rate of one
mile an hour during the next few
months. Frank Glasgow was killed
and John Kunkel seriously Injured by
striking the overhead girders while
trying to board a train moving out of
the Uock Island passenger station.
Glasgow's death Is the sixth due to
the girders , which the railroad com
pany has been ordered to remove.
Alderman Dearmand states that he
will ask the city council to adopt an
ordinance limiting all Rock Island
trains to a speed of one mile an hour
through this city until the girders are
removed. Officials of the road say it
will be several months before the
filrders can be removed.
DRINK GURESARE TOO FEW
Board Not Satisfied With Result * Se
cured at Inebriate Asylum.
Den Molnes , Sept 5. Chairman
John Hamilton of the state board of
control is not satisfied with the num
ber of cures from the Inebriate asy
lum and declares that institutions got
institutionalized and go to grinding
away as though it was so much rou
tine work to be done as speedily aa
"Modicino is not an exact science , "
said Chairman Hamilton , "and every
case should be treated by itself.
There should be special Inquiry Into
causes and conditions and environ
ment. Wo are not getting the results
that we should get. Not a large
nough per cent of the cases ar
cured. We must have a superintend
ent at the Institution who will accom
plish results. "
EXPLOSION WRECKS BUILDING
Store and Stock of Dealer In Palnte
at Chicago Damaged Mysteriously.
Chicago , Sept 5. An explosion In
the store of Stanley B. Graham ,
dealer in paints and wall paper , 149
North State street , at 3 o'clock a. m. ,
wrecked the building and threw out of
bed several persons asleep on the second
end floor , but Injured no one. The
detonation was heard a mile away
end the guests at the Virginia hotel ,
nearby , were awakened und all were
for a time excited and a few people
ran Into the streets. The explosion Is
believed to have been gunpowder. All
the windows in the building were
broken and the contents of the store
. / wore demolished. The explosion Is at
tributed to the "dynamiters , " who
have been believed by the police to
bo trying to revenge themselves upon
Chicago gamblers. Why Mr. Graham
should have been selected as a victim
of their vengcaanco is unknown.
FIVE FIREMENARE INJURED
Explosion of Tank of Gasoline at
Brooklyn Causes Loss of Life.
Now York , Sept , B. An exploding
tank of gasoline in the collar of a
burning building on Havemoyar street ,
Brooklyn , seriously injured five flre-
men. Two of the firemen , John Ken
nedy and James Smith , probably will
die of their Injuries. The flro broke
out In a tenement house cellar , where
there was stored a quantity of paint
and oils. The firemen , who had flood
ed the collar with water , wore rolling
out a tank of gasoline when it ex
ploded. Kennedy and Smith were
knocked down by the explosion and
the burning gasoline spread over the
water in the cellar and engulfed the
other firemen. All five of the firemen
wore finally rescued from the flames.
H. H. Tucker Out of Jail.
Lonvrnworth , Sept. 5. H H. Tuck
er , Jr. , former secretary-treasurer of
tlio Uncle Sam Oil company , was re
leased hero from the county jail after
serving a three months' sentence for
contempt Imposed by Federal Judge
Hook. Tucker was sentenced to Jail
for reflecting upon Federal Judges Pol
lock , Phillips and McPhorson. The
allegations were made In a petition
affecting the receivership filed before
GOVERNOR RECEIVES A LETTER
FROM MERRICK COUNTY.
MAY ORDER BODY EXHUMED
A Letter Has Come to Governor Shel
don From 121 Irate Citizens of Mer-
rick County Charging That a Murder
Was Covered Up.
Lincoln , Neb. , Sept. 5. Special to
The News : Governor Sheldon has a
from 121 citizens of Chapman
the sheriff , county attorney
i * . A tiift.of Morrlck county of covering
ering- ° colurder of James McGlrr
, - , , > * /
In July , v.y
McGlrr's body was found on a rail
road track after being mistreated by
The governor may order the body
exhumed and an Inquest held.
HORSE INTO WIRE FENCE.
Vincent Burke Was Uninjured , Horse
Killed by the Wire.
Fairfax , S. D. , Sept. 5. Special to
The News : Vincent Burke , a young
man living twelve miles northeast of
liere , narrowly averted serious Injury
In a runaway. His horse went through
a three-barb wire fence and was so
Imdly cut that It died a few hours af
terward but Burke was only slightly
bruised about the head and shoulders.
Vincent had gone to visit a neighbor.
When he mounted the horse to return
liome , the animal made a lunge and
ran into and through the fence.
EASTERN 8TARAT MILWAUKEE
Revision of Constitution Most Import
ant Work to Be Done.
Milwaukee , Sept. 6. The twelfth
triennial convention of the general
grand chapter of the Order of thu
Eastern Star opened a three days
meeting In the Masonic temple. Over
300 delegates , representing every state
In the union with the exception ol
Delaware , are present. In addition ,
delegates are here from Canada , Ha
waii and the Philippines. Most Worthj
Grand Matron Mrs. Madeline B. ConK-
ling ; of Oklahoma City and the most
worthy grand patron , Dr. William F.
Kuhn of St. Joseph , Mo. , delivered ad-
drestos and presented their reports
at the opening session.
The revision of the constitution Is
one of the most Important matters tc
be considered. Mrs. Ella S. Wash-
burn of Racine , Wls. , Is In line for
the highest office and will be elected
MULAI HAFIGSENDS TERMS
French Cabinet Said to Be Consider
ing His Ultimatum.
Paris , Sept. 5. The Libre Parole de
clares that the cabinet has considered
a proposition made to General Drude ,
commanding the French forces at Cas
ablanca , by Mulal Hafig , that If the
signatories of the Algeclras conven
tion recognize Mulal Hafig as sultan
he will undertake to restore order
Ho asks , as a pledge of good faith ,
that the powers permit him to have
the arms and ammunition which are
detained at Mogador , and says If his
proposition is not accepted , he will
preach a holy war. The cabinet , the
Libre Parole adds , has resolved tc
place the matter before the powers
but at the same time It was decldod
to send General Drude further rein
forcements of artillery and colonial
troops from Senegal.
TEDDY BEARSTUFFERS QUIT
Strike of One Branch of Workers Be
cause of Reduction In Wages.
Now York , Sept. 5. The first
strike in the Teddy boar trade has oc
curred In this city. A strike of Teddy
bear makers took place In the factory
of the Bruin Manufacturing company
Only the Bluffers quit work , the leg ,
arm , trunk and head artists refusing
to strike In sympathy. The strike was
against a reduction of prices paid tc
the stuffers for piece work. The
manufacturers say there Is no danger
of a Toddy bear famine.
Kills Man Who Eloped With Wife.
Dayton O. , Sept. 5. Fire Chief B.
H. Miller of Franklin , 0. , shot and In
stantly killed J. H. Little , who recently
eloped with his wife t.nd was returned
to Franklin for trial. Miller entered
the police station and goln ? dlrr-ctly
to Little's cell , fired two shots \vhlol >
lodged In the victim's breast. Mill *
Is now a raving maniac and Is nnd.-i
GINGERY BASEBALL GAME WAS A
PLAINVIEW SCALPED PIERCE
But Crelghton Has Arrived With the
Intention of Taking Plalnvlew's Lau
rels Crelghton Won Hoae Race and
Plalnvlow , Nob. , Sopt. C. Special to
The News : A gingery ball game featured -
turod the Plalnvlow street fair and car
nival yesterday afternoon , Plalnvlow
defeating Plorco , 3 to 2. Thou there
was a hub and hub hose cart race , a
water light , excitement ou the streets
nnd a promise of moro for this after
noon , Crelghton having como down to
day to take Plulnviow's baseball scalp.
In yesterday's game Dunawny and
Jcwltt acted as the battery for Plaln
vlow and Schlndlc and Roblnowltz for
Plorco. Free was substituted for Rob-
Inowltz In the sixth Inning.
Crelghton Took Race.
Crolghton won the hub nnd hub hose
cart race from Plorco by a margin of
six feet in 100 yards.
Crolghton also won the water fight
Albion 3 , Petersburg 0.
Petersburg , Nob. , Sopt. 5. Special to
The News : The Albion team defeated
the Petersburg team by a score of 3
to 0. Ono of the three scores was
made during the first inning on an
error by the Petersburg third base
man , one was made on a sacrifice hit
and one was nn earned run. Peters
burg was weak at the bat but had sev
en hits during the game.
Battery from Vail , Iowa , for Albion ,
Bolcsard and Lewis ; Petersburg , Car-
nahan and Connor. Conner struck out
10 , Lewis C. F. M. Arts , umpire.
Good Game at Nellgh.
Nellgh , Nob. , Sopt. G. Special to
The News : The best game of baseball
played on the local diamond this sea
son was witnessed yesterday after
noon at Riverside park when Atkinson
and the homo team were the contest
Nellgh started off with Alstott at the
bat , who met the first ball thrown
by Pitcher Miller , which resulted In a
home run and score ono in the first
Inning for the locals. Excellent plays
were made by both teams , although
honors went to the shortstop , Bennett
of Nellgh , who made several sensation
al plays during the game. Following
Is the score by innings :
Atkinson 00100000 0 1
Nellgh 10110020 x 5
Batteries Atkinson , Miller , Kirkland -
land and Price ; Neligh , Asltott nnd
Mellck. Struck out by Mlllor 2 ; Al
stott 3. Hits , Atkinson 3 , Nellgh 8.
Time 1:25. : Umpire , Owen Housh.
American League Chicago , 2 ; St.
Louis , 1. Cleveland , C ; Detroit , 6
Philadelphia , 4 ; New York , 2.
National League St. Louis , 2 ; Chicago
cage , 8. New York , 4-3 ; Brooklyn.
1-4. Plttsburg. 2-5 ; Cincinnati. 0-2
American" Association Indianapolis
3 ; Columbus. 6. Toledo , 7 ; Louisville ,
8. Kansas City. 10 ; St Paul , 9
Western League Denver , 6 ; Oma
ha , 6. Pueblo. 4 ; Des Molnea , 1.
Struck by Train and Fatally Hurt.
Sioux City , Sept. 5. Ella Rico , aged
twenty-one , was struck on a crossing
by an Illinois Central train and ter
ribly mangled. She was taken ui 11 < .
hospital alive , but will die. The acci
dent occurred on a sharp curve wh.l
the girl was going home to suppor.
Valentine , Neb. , Sept. 5. Special to
The News : Miss Clara Collott of this
city and Theodore Johnson of Scrlb-
ner were married yesterday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents. Rev. Mr. Connell of the Meth
odist church performed the ceremony.
The bride wore a gown of white net
over white taffeta. The groom was
dressed In the conventional black. Six
teen Invited guests attended the func
tion at which a four-course dinner was
served. The bride Is well known here ,
being employed as central girl for a
number of years. The groom Is assist
ant cashier of the Merchants State
bank at Scrlbner.
They left for Fremont where they
will spend their honeymoon before re
turning to their future homo at Scrlb
Nellgh , Neb. , Sept. 5. Special to
The News : Newton Kincald was mar
ried lost evening to MSB Alllo V. My
ers at the home of the bride's father
In this city at 8 o'clock by Rev. V. F.
Clark of the Congregational church.
The bride Is the third daughter of Geo.
W. Myerq , who was born and reared
In Nellsh. She Is a graduate of the
'it ; fcnrj of this city. The groom
h formerly a resident of Norfolk ,
tu J Is I- In the employ of the west
m-t 'nrkpt. The young couple
' ' "r " linmo In Nnllch
Receiver for Iron Company.
Now York , Sopt. r > . A receiver was
appointed for thn Union Iron and
Steal company , a Now York corpora'
tlon , by Juilno Skoon of the fodural
court , Bitting In Brlntol , Vn. h. u
Potlt IB named an rocolvor. The com
pany Is capitalized at 12,000,000 and
owns furnace * nnd manufacturing
plants In several southurn states aud
In Michigan and Now Jursoy.
MRS. EARLE SAILS TO QET DI
VORCE IN FRANCE.
NOT THE LEAST BIT JEALOUS
Artist Ferdinand Earle Finds New
"Affinity and Helpmeet Leavet
Country So That All Parties May
Live Happily No Quarrel.
New York , Sopt. 5. A scene more
suggestive of an iip-to-duto play than
of real life was onuclud on board thu
steamer Hyiidan , when Mrs. Kordlnand
Earlo of Monroe , N. Y. , sailed for her
native homo In Franco to obtain u di
vorce In order that her husbitnd , an
artist and socialist , may marry an
other woman , whom ho declares hu
has found to bo his alllnlty. Mrs. Kurlu
acquiesced In the plan by which HKJ
renounced her husband to another
woman , If bho did not voluntarily offer -
for to glve htm his freedom , and shu
faced u group of reporters and curi
ous portions on the ateiunor with a
smile which gavu no hint of any regret
grot at nor part In the strange do
mestic drama In which she wau uu-
acting the lending role.
Mr. and Mrs. Earlo left their homu
in Monroe together and driving past
curious groups of townspeople board
ed the train for-Woehuwkon. There
wad a lltlo hissing ns they boarded the
train. Mrs. Eurlo with bur little son ,
Harold , who will share her oxllo
reached the steamer In advance of Mr
Earlo and went at once to her state-
toom. Mr. Earlo arrived soon after
ward and together they appeared on
deck to meet the roportura. They
posed together for a picture. Mrs
Eurlo declined to make any statement
but her husband , who seemed highly
pleased with the attention ho was re
ceiving , said : "Mrs. Earlo Is bearing
up X-avuly under the ordeal. This no
torloty IB worth live years' work to
me. We part with a full understand
ing and Mrs. Earlc Is as much agreed
to It as I am. I bollovo It Is the right
thing to do. "
Mr. and Mrs. Earlo then wont tc
her stateroom and bade each other
goodbye. Victor M.Earlo of this clty.thc
brother of the artist , and Mrs. Victor
Earlc were on board the steamer tc
bid farewells. Victor Earlo said that
while ho and his relatives did not hold
the same opinions as his brother he
would not criticise his conduct. Mr
Enrlo said that the young woman hit
brother IB to marry had left the Earle
homo In Monroe.
SLAIN THIEF ISSECOND HOCH
police Trace Murder of Two Women
to Burglar Killed at Work.
Now York , Svpt. 5. A second Jo-
hann Iloch , the police believe , has
been discovered lu Henry Hoffmann ,
the burglar who was killed while at
tempting to rob Charles Verroll's flat
The police declared that Hoffmann
was the murderer of Sophia Heckloy ,
a servant girl found dead Aug. 3 , and
they announce the belief that Hoff
mann also murdered Miss Lena
Schum , who was killed In Brooklyn
Aug. 20. Hoffmann's method , 1.1 kt that
of Hoch , the police say , was to make
the acquaintance of women of his
own nationality and by pretending a
desire to marry them , secure the op
portunity of robbing , and if necessary
PRELATE'S ' IMPOSING BURIAL
Solemn Ceremonies Attend Funeral ol
Boston , Sept. 5. Honored by a
prince of the church , the cardinal
archbishop of Baltimore , his Intimate
friend for upward of half a century ,
by a host of prelates and priests , by
the commonwealth of Massachusetts
and city of Boston , where he was born ,
the body of the Most Rev. John Jo
seph Williams , archbishop of Boston
and dean of the Roman Catholic
hierarchy In the United States , was
placed In the crypt beneath the high
altar of the cathedral of the Holy
Cross , which stands as a monument to
BRYAN TO TOUR NEW YORK.
Nebraska's Democratic Leader Will
Assist League With Speeches.
New York , Sept. 6. Announcement
was made that William J. Bryan will
begin a tour of ipoochmaklng In Now
York state In October under the
auspices of the Now York Progressive
Democratic league. Mr. Bryan Is
scheduled to rnako an address at the
unveiling of the Bennett statue In
Now Haven on Oct. 20 , and following
that will coma to New York.
Postofflce Safe Robbed.
Fort Lararale , Wyo. , Sept. 6. The
postofflco at Wlncott , Wyo. . Just east
of here , was robbed and $54 and &on >
stamps were taken from a drawer.
CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO
ACCORDED A SEPARATE TRIAL
True Dill Returned Last April AfjnlriBt
Idaho Senator and Other Prominent
Men for Timber Land Frauds It
Served on Defendants ,
o , Ida. , Sept , 5. The Indlctinunt
returned lust April by the leiloia :
Brand jury against Senator William 1C
Borah and other prominent men ,
chargl-iK conitplracy to dufrnud thu
Unltod Blatoa government , was served
ou the defendants.
Ik-sides Borah , the Indictment In
cludes Frank Martin , attorney general -
oral of Idaho under Governor SUninun-
borg'u administration ; J. T. llurbui
and Simmer ( } . Moon , millionaire
ttockholders of the Harbor Lumber
company , residing In WIseoiiHln ; J. I.
\\olls , P. H. Downs , John Klnkiild , L.
M. Prltcliard , U'lllluin Sweet , Albert
M. Palmer and II. S. Hand.
The Indictment chargca that these1
persons entered Into unlawful conspir
acy In September. 1001 , and vnrlouti
other times to st'euru by fraudulent
uitry timber hindu In Boise county ,
Senator Borah has been accorded
the privilege of a Hoparato trial. The
case for the government will bo con
ducted by B. M. C. Burdi of Denver
and S. It. HtiHh of Omaha. Mr Uut.li . In
npcclul ar.slstant attorney general , rep
roeHentlng the dnpartment of jiiHtlre.
He has relieved District Attorney
Hulck In those cases , llulck will act
In an advisory capacity.
GLASS "GIVEN JIVE" YEARS
Son Francisco Vice President of Tele
phone Company Ordered to Prison.
Ban Francisco , Sept. 5. l ouls
Glass , vice president of the I'uclllc
Status Telephone and Tele-graph com
pany , convicted of having bribed Su
pervisor Ivonergan to vote against
grunting a franchise to the Homo Tele
phone com puny , wah sentenced by
Judge lyiiwler to live years' imprison
ment In the state prison at San Quen
only a small crowd , made up for the
moat part ot lawyers and newspaper
men , witnessed the Imposition of sen
tence. When the usual preliminary
motions had been cleared away , the
court Bald : "Has the defendant any
other legal cause to "show why judg
ment should not bo pronounced upon
him ? " Mr. Glass arose In the pow Im
mediately back of his counsel and
answered in a voice that was clear
and steady : "I have no reply , your
honor , except that I am entirely guilt-
lees of this charge. "
Judge Lawler then sentenced Glass
to be confined In the state prison at
San Quentin for the term of live
After his attorneys had applied for
and been granted a thirty-day arrest ot
judgment , within whoso expiration
they will apply for ball and begin
the prosecution of an appeal , Mr.
Glass was removed by the sheriff to
the county jail , whore he bus been a
prisoner since his conviction last
THIEF SLAINBY PALS
Thrown Into River for Not Dividing
New York , Sept. 5. That Moxie
Schonburg , one of the man whom
Peter Worth , a bookmaker , accused
of having taken .a roll of money
amounting to $7,200 from his pocket a
short time ago , was thrown from a
launch Into the Hudson river by bis
confederates and murdered , Is the
opinion of Inspector McCafferty.
Schtmburg's body came ashore at
one of the Edgowator landings. The
chief of detectives has a confession
from one of the six men who were In
the launch. In which the man swears
that Schonburg was pitched Into the
river after he had been relieved of a
big sum of money because he would
not divide the spoils of a recent haul
to suit his pals.
Allegheny politicians Indicted.
Plttsburg , Sept. 5. A political sen
satlon was caused here when It be
came known that the grand jury had
Indicted four prominent politicians 01
Allegheny City In connection with al
leged tax receipt frauds In that city
The men Ind.cted are : Elliott Ridges
a state senator ; Samuel Grenot , direct
or of the department of safety of Alle
gheny ; Will , xm Hegel , a member of
the Allegho. y council , and William
Lamb , a loaumg Allegheny politician.
Exonerated for Killing Black Hand ,
Blalrsvlllo. Pa. , Sept. 5. Prank
Cleplnno , a shoemaker , who last Sat
urday night shot and kilted one of the
three alleged members of the Black
Hand , who attempted to blackmail
him. was exonerated by a coroner's
Jury on the grounds of self-defense.
* Molders Strike for Beer.
' Bvansvllle. Ind. , SepL 5. Over 175
Iron molders went on a strike here be
cause of an order Issued at the five
stove foundries preventing the drink
ing of beer on the promises during
the noon hour.
Tilt CONDITIONJJF IllhWtAMR
Temperature for Twenty.four Hour * .
Forecast For Nebraska.
Condition ! ! of tlio weather na roconl-
oil for tlio twenty-four liourn ending
at 8 a , in. today :
Minimum . ( ; t
Avcriiir.o fil )
ATTORNEY GENERAL DONAPARTH
OIM8 FAILED TO ODEY ORDER
Department of Justice Not Yet Ad
vised as to Character of New Information
mation Obtained by District Attor
ney , but Ha8 Confidence In Him.
Lono.x , MiibH , , Bopt. 5. Attorney
Qouoral Uliarlinj J. Uonuiuiriu loaned
ihu t olio win | | uintoinunt rcKardlni ; thv
Standard uu cuiiu In Uiu llllnolw count
"Un Aui ; . l-l Judtju Landls ankod , lu
aubbtauco , thiit Uiu duimrUneut ol' jua-
Ucti conuldur portions of tlio trunacrlt |
of totitiuiony in Uiu uutu ol' llio United
Stutuu auunibt tlio atiuiiliu-a Oil coin-
puny ol inamiiu in ordur lo dotornilnu
whuthur the Chicago and Alton Hull-
road company , Its ollleont and urn-
ployca wuui entitled to tliu bonulltu ol
uu ugruomt'iit asuiirliiL' It and tlioni ol
lintnunlly against criminal prouucutlou
In connuctloii wttli llio urantliiK of Jjr-
inln rebntoa to the Standard OH com
pany. Thu department , In compllnucu
with tlio duHlru ut Judge Umdla , uxnni-
liioj Uiu abovu inuiillonud tucordu and
curul'ully InvoBtlKUluil Ihu ontlru sub
ject , und n a roimlt of Hiicli Investl-
Cation the attorney general on Aug. 21) )
wrolo Edwin W. Blmu , Unltod Status
attornuy at Chlcano , Informing him , lu
aubftance , that the agreement wan
shown to liavu buun miulo In Juno or
July , 1UOIJ , by T. U. MorrlHon , Mr.
Slum' predecessor In olllco , that Mr.
Moi'rlHony notion uppoara to liavu
boon duly authorized at thu tlmo by
the department , that In the oj > liilon ol
the department the arrangement had
greatly facilitated the Indlulmunt and
conviction of Ihu Standard Oil com
pany , and that whllu certain portions
of the ovldonco might bo fairly open
to unfavorable comment , thu depart-
incut regarded the government an
bound In good faith , and aluo as o
matter of public policy , to give effect
to the agreement. Mr. Slum wan lu
st run ted to road this 'pttor ' when the
grand jury rcconvunod on Sopt. 3
and to take Hiicli further action to thu
foregoing as might aeom to thu
court nnd to himself appropriate In
the premises. The department lourim
that Mr. Sims did not comply with
those Instructions by reason of hit )
having had called to bin attention very
recently certain new nnd , lu his judg
ment , material facts which ho thought
Bhould bo submitted to the department
for Its further coiiKldoratlon before Ha
conclusion should bo finally an
nounced. For this purpo.so ho asked
and was grcnted by the court a delay
of three weeks. The department la
not OH yet advised as to what are thu
facts thus ascertained by Mr. Sims ,
but It has great confidence In his
sound judgment and dovotlon to duty ,
and It awaits his reply before taking
further action lu the pretnlHos. Inas
much , however , as the circumstances
of tbo case may be liable to miscon
struction , it Is deemed proper to sub
mit now the present statement to the
Receiver for Big Corporation.
Cincinnati , Sept. 5. Because of the
mysterious disappearance In New
York of Howard Heldel Bach , presi
dent of tbo Fabian Manufacturing
company In this city , M. E. Moch was
Appointed receiver of that concern
and placed under a bond of $600.000.
Didn't Attend the Show.
Crolghton , Neb , , Sept. 6. Special
to The News : Evidently some young
people of Crelghton slept late yester
day morning , at least they were not
aware of the fact that Bert Imson's
show left on the morning train. A
complimentary ticket for a little free
advertising put one young gentleman
up In the nir. He procured the com
pany of a young lady to enjoy East
Lynn last evening but his fond hopes
were all dashed to pieces when ho
I learned the company had pulled stakes
and the- last seen of the couple they
were driving out of town lu search of
some place to go.
News From Lnmoureaux.
l.inioureaux , S. D. , Sept. 5. Special
to Tlio News : Colomb brothers of
Trlpp county passed through hero with
their three race horses which are en
tered In the free for all and relay
races at the Gregory , S. D. , carnival
and races which are being held this
Attorney G. O. Van Motor left for
Gregory where ho starts his little run
ning mare. "Lady Jo of Lamaro" in the
free-for-all. Qesslo V Is also entered
In the pony raco. The entries In thoraces
races are extremely largo and a largo
crowd Is expected.
A largo party of homeseekors nro
staying at Uimoureaux looking over
the Indian Inheritance lands and Trlpp
county , which Is to bo opened for set
tlement next year.
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