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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL
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NORFOLK NEUHASKA Fill DAY &KPTI3MMKH 11 1'JOS. '
JOE CANNON , ,
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Resorts To Bitter Sarcastic
BRYAN HAS "ONLY" $150,000 ,
Mr. Bryan , Plainly Angered by Can
non's Remark That Bryan Had Be
come n Millionaire From Politics ,
Assailed "Uncle Joe. "
.Olnny , 111. , Sept. 10. Speaker Can
non of the national house of represen
tatives WIIH made an IMSIIO In the
presidential campaign today byV. . .1.
Seldom linn n presidential candidate
used more hitter or more sarcastic lan
guage In characterizing < * " opponent
than Mr. Uryan used to \ regard
Cnnnon's dcclnratlon tlu * < jyan j
became n millionaire as the t 4 , Tf
politics had jilalnly angered
nrynn. % (
Bryan Worth $150,000 , , He Says. \
Bryan explained during bla speech
that at the outside he Is worth $150-
000 , and nt some length ho explained
how he had earned that money.
lie referred sarcastically to Can
non's reputed wealth ami demanded
that the speaker take the public Into
hla conlldence and show what he was
worth and how ho got his wealth.
In part Mr. Bryan said :
"I presume If the Republicans suc
ceed In this election , and If Cannon Is
ro-elected to congress , ho will again
bo chosen speaker.
"Cannon represents what Is known
ns the 'standpnt' Idea In politics. Ho
represents the cry that 'all's well , ' and
that nothing needs changing. Every
predatory corporation Is praying for
Cannon's success. Every man feast
ing on privileges and fattening on
government favoritism , is anxious
that ho bo re-elected In this district
and that the Republicans shall carry
Mr. Bryan assailed Cannon's posi
tion on the election of senators by
direct vote , his stnndpatlsm on the
tariff and his opposition to publicity
for campaign contributions and ex
It was estimated that 110,000 people
listened to Mr. Bryan hero today.
Bryan Tells How He Got Rich.
Mr. Bryan , In referring to his own
wealth , said : "I was worth $300 when
I was elected to congress the first
tlmo. I served four years and by
economy managed to save between
$3.000 nnd $1.000. During the period
between the end of my congressional
term nnd my first nomination for the
presidency , a period of about a year
and four months , I wns engngetl In
speaking and lecturing and added but
a small sum to my savings.
First Campaign Helped Some.
"After the presidential election of
189G my earning power as a lecturer
was greatly enhanced. My book , 'The
First Battle , ' brought $15,000. I gave
nn amount equal to the profits to the
campaign committee in 1S9C. My
lectures have been profitable and my
writings have paid me well.
"I estimate my property nt $150.000
at the outside limit nnd I am willing
to leave it to the public to determine
whether I earned that honestly or not. '
Mr. Bryan then criticised Cannon's
career , declaring thnt the speaker he
gan holding office when Bryan was r
year old. Ho said Cannon had beer
drawing the snlnry for thirty-five
yenrs 'that , members of congress
thought so inadequate thnt they re
cently increased it.
"If ho tells us how much Jio Is
worth now , wo can guess how mucl
ho might have been worth If he hat'
been free to devote his talents tc
money-making , " Mr. Bryan said.
VALENTINE WON ANOTHER GAME
West Line Team Continues at Wlnnlnc
Pace Alnsworth Beaten.
Alnsworth , Nob. , Sept. 10. Specia
to The News Alnsworth and Valen
tine played again yesterday , Valentin *
winning by a score of 7 to 3 ,
Sullivan Proud of Lynching.
MenililiiH Sept I ' A Hpcclal from
Oxford , MISH , quotes former United
Stutcs Senator W. V. Sullivun HB fol
lows , with teioreuce to the lynching
last night : "I led the mob which
lynched Noise Pntton , and I'm proud
of It. I directed every movement of
the mob and I did right to see that
ho was lynched. "
Bryan Leaves for Evansvllle.
Peorla , Sept. 10. Democracy's load
er. William J. Hian , was the man of
the hour In Peorla. From the mo
ment he set foot In the city until his |
departure for Evansvlllo , Ind , ho wns
accorded a wrles of demonstrations '
which tin allied sincerity and admira
tion. He delivered four addresses
STANDARD ? ! .
FILES ANSWER ,
Claims Its Wealth Brought
$29,000,000 $ , , Fine ,
RATE IGNORANCE UN EXCUSE
Standard Oil Attorneys Today Filed an
Answer to the Government's Petition
Tor -Rehearing In the Reversal of
the Landis Fine.
Chicago , Sept. 10. Contending that
the trial court Imposed the enormous
fine of $29,000,000 on account of the
wealth of the defendant , the attorneys ,
for the Standard Oil company this
morning Hied their answer to ihe gov-
e'-nment's petition for a rehearing In
the federal court of appeals.
The Standard Oil company contests
the government's contention that
Ignorance of a published rate Is not a
valid excuse for a shipper violating It.
Tlio answer denies that the supreme
court ruled that it was the duty of
shippers to ascertain the published
rate but declares that what the supreme
premo court ruled was that It was
necessary for shippers to adhere to
The answer of the Standard Oil com
pany also denies that the case should
bo reopened to establish the number
oT offense's ?
The principal contention In the $29-
000,000 fine case , which wns emphasized
edby the court of appeals In revers
ing the huge flno assessed against the
oil trust by .ludgo Lniulis , Is the effect
of the shipper's Ignorance of the pub-
Ished rate when ho accepts a lower
rate , believing It to be the prevailing
and the published rate as was the case
of the Standard Oil company. No
testimony showed that the Standard
Oil company or its agents had any
knowledge that the rate they received
was lower than the published rate.
Willey Held for Murder.
Lincoln , Sept. 10. Wilson Alonzo
Willey , who shot and killed Joseph
L. Watklns last Friday night , was ex
onerated by the verdict of the core
ner's jury , but he has been retained In
jnll and will be prosecuted for mur
der by the county attorney. The core
ner's Jury handed In a verdict set
ting out that Watklns was killed in
an encounter provoked by himself.
Willey came to Lincoln to attend the
state fair and wore a revolver In a
holster at his belt. Ho claims that
Watklns seized the gun and attempt
ed to shoot him with it. In the scuflle
over the revolver Watklns was killed.
Synod of Reformed Church.
Lincoln , Sopt. 10. The synod of the
Interior , made up of delegates of the
IU formed Clulrcih of the United
States from as far east as Chicago
and as far west as Denver , held its
initial session last evening and will
continne until Sept. 14. The address
of the evening was made by Dr. D. S.
Fouse of Lisbon , the retiring moder
ator. Divine worship was led by Rev.
T. F. St iffer of Sioux City , la. The
synod' for the coming year was organ
ized , with Rev. J. C. Horning of St.
Joseph as Its new president.
Terminal Tax Increases.
Lincoln , Sept. 10. By the operation
of the new terminal tax law the rail
road property to be taxed' by local au
thorities for municlpnl purposes Is in
creased from $587,813 to $1,115,047.
Some of the property assessed by the
state board wns locally assessed last
year , which decreased the total some
Death of Mrs. Dora Wilson.
Mnnley. Neb. , Sept. 10. Mrs. Dora
Wilson , proprietor of the Mnnley ho
tel , was attacked In Lincoln with ap
pendicitis nnd died within forty-eight
hours. She was operated on for the
trouble , but never recovered. She was
ono of the best known hotel women
In the state.
Tribesmen In Full Retreat.
Colomb Becher , Algeria , Sopt. 10.
The French column that went out In
pursuit of Bobcr tribesmen , who were
defeated by the French a few dnya
ago , report that they have encount
ered little opposition. They found
the lines of retreat littered with
plunder , and they came upon wounded
men who had been left behind by the
tribesmen. The enemy had abandoned
also a number of their women ,
OWN MINES ,
Commodity Clause In Hepburn
JUDGE GRAY GIVES DECISION
Judge Gray , Recent Democratic Can
didate for Presidency Holds Clause
Restricting Business of Railroads
Philadelphia , Sept. 10. .Judge Gray
of the United States circuit court to
day held the commodity clause of the
Hepburn act to be unconstitutional.
The case Involves suits brought by
the government against six railroads
owning coal mines In Pennsylvania to
oust the railroads from the specific
possession of the properties.
The commodity clause prohibits all
common carriers from engaging In
other business than transportation.
JURY'S ' VERDICT
(3 ( ROSTffi CASE ,
RecflmaciSs Ttiat flavls Be He'd '
for Fyrti r Investigate.
Omaha , Sept. 10. The coroner's
jury , which ior two days listened to
evidence in the Inquest of Dr. Fred
crick Rustiii , decided that Charles 13
Davis , who was implicated In the
physician's death by Abblo B. Rice ,
should bo held by the police until his
whereabouts the last half of the night
of Sept. 1 c'i'iM be determined , and
recommended that action be taken to
that end. As a result , Davis was ar
rested and is under $5,000 bond to
appear In the courts and defend himself -
self against the charge of killing Dr
Frederick E. Davis , brother of the
accused , who went on a $5,000 bond
for his appearance in police court ,
declines to take seriously the charge
against his brother , Charles , believing ,
he declares , that Dr. Rustin used the
afflicted man as a "stool pigeon" to
further his own plans to end his lite.
GLASGOW IDLE MEN
MIDNIGHT RAID ,
Police Frustrate Paid On Aris
tocratic Quarters ,
Glasgow , Sept. 10. Following last
night's rioting between a mob of 7,000
unemployed men and the mounted and
foot police , the city has a littered ap
pearance today. Scores of houses
were damaged and windows smashed.
Hundreds of terror stricken citizens
are guarding their property today
fearing n roccuronco of the outbreak.
At midnight a mob of the unem
ployed under the leadership of the
socialists attempted to raid the aristo
cratic section , keeping up their efforts
until dawn , when the rioters were dis
persed by the police.
The number of the Injured Is not
Kstlmates of the unemployed vary
form 25,000 to 180,000.
FEAR ANTI-CATHOLIC RIOT
Sunday Parade May Be Abandoned
by Eucharlstlc Congress ,
London , Sept. 10. Fearing a demon'
stratlon by anti-Catholics , the car
dlnals of the ouchnristlc congress
are discussing the abandonment ol
the Sunday parade which was to have
been a feature of the congress. The
question has not yet been decided.
Now York , Sept 10 Mayor Georg *
A. Hlbbnrd of Boston presided nt the
second general conference of the
Playgrounds association. The confer
ence was closed with an address by
Mrs. Harriet Heller , chief probation
officer of Omaha , on "Tho P.aygrounds
Movement ns a Phase of Social Re
Champagne Region Devastated.
Relhms , Sept. 10. The vineyards
throughout the entire champagne re
gion have been devastated by mildew
The ciops have been practical ! } de
stroyed and the output will be only
2,000,000 bottles , instead -lo.-ono.uOO
which represents n loss to the growers
of nenily $20.100.000.
World's ' Greatest Scientists to
Attend Coming Meeting ,
PRESIDENT TO TAKE PART ,
Will Preside Over Deliberations of
the International Congress Prizes
for Best Papers on How to Fight
Washington. Sept. 10. The pro
visional piogram for the International
congress on tuberculosis , which is to
be held In Washington from Sept. 21
to Oct 12 , has been announced.
The moat eminent physicians and
specialists in the world will take part.
President Roosevelt will bo president
of The congress and Dr. Edwaid L .
Trudeau of Sarannc Lake has been
made honorary president Vice Presi
dent Pali-banks. Speaker Cannon , and
governors of states have agreed to
act as vice president
GAHS IN 21 ROUNDS ,
Colors JRSisr Fails to Oeilirone
San FiancUco , Sept. 10. Battling
Nelson clinched his claim to the lightweight -
weight iugiHs lc"chniinJlmnihtt ! > by'do-
feating Joe Onus for the second time
at Colma arena. The fight ended in
the twenty-tlrst round , when Cans ,
beaten down by a succession of blows
Irom his bturdy conqueror , failed to
get upon his feet within the count of
ten. The veteian coloied fighter wns
severely punishc.l , but the champion ,
too , bore the maiks of battle. From
the first clang ol the Bong to the last
moment Ktl on lorced the fighting ,
never giving ground and gradually bat
tered down his older and less vigor
ous opponent , nans succumbed In the
twenty-litst round after being un
mercifully trounced. Nelson In this
round rained right and lelt blows to
jaw and body and Cans sank to the
fioor. Mechanically , the now defeated
fighter watched Referee Eddie Smith
wave his hands , apparently too far
gone to hear him count. Not until
the count of ten was finished did
Cans , ashen pale , face terribly cut
and his eyes glassy , attempt to rise.
He realized , however , that it was too
Into , and feebly bald : "I have posi
tively fought my last battle. "
The fight was spectacular and at no
time did It appear that Cans had a
chance to win. Time and' again ho
would shoot wicked punches to Nel
son's face and body , but the latter
never for an instant wavered. Falling
to arrest the irshlng champion at any
( stage , Gans seemed to lese heart and
gradually weakened , though he olten
rallied and fought back fiercely.
Lllley Nominated for Governor.
New Haven , Conn. , Sept. 10. George
L. Lllley \Vaterbury was nominated
for governor by the Republican state
Fires Threaten Fort William.
Fort William , Out. , Sept. 10. This
entire district is now a mass of for
est fires , which have approached right
up to the city's limit. The far side
of Mount McKay is burned over , while
fires arc raging at many points on the
Indian reserve. In unsettled portions
of Gillies and Scott townships fires
are now sweeping the bush and there
is nothing that will stop them. Cana
dian Pacific railroad tinfilc Is tied up.
Rains Quench Forest Fires.
Hibbing , Minn. , Sept. 10. A steady
rnin began to fall last evening , the
first in two weeks , soaking the brush
wood and cuttings which have fur
nished the most ready fuel for the
forest fires on the range. The rain
nt Hlbblng practically means the end
of the forest flro terror nnd the heavy
clouds that are coming from the east
nnd south seem to cover the greater
part of the range.
Sinks With Crew of Six.
London. Sept. 10. A severe gnle
caused many casualties among smaller
craft along the coast. The schooner
Phyllis Gray , laden with coal , went
aground and turned turtle near Croy-
den. The crew of six men were lost
Banker Killed In Auto Accident.
San Francisco , Sept. 10. Philip
LJlleathal , manager of the Anglo-Call ,
fornla bank of tola city , was killed
In an automobile accident near bora.
CASE DISMISSED ,
W , Fitzgerald Is
Liberated By Court
GOVERMENT WAS TO BLAME
Subtrensurcr Doldenweck of the Chicago
cage Subtrensury Refused to Pro
duce the Records of His Office ns
Evidence In the Case.
Chicago , Sept. 10. Tlio case against
George \ \ ' . Fitzgerald , who was
charged with tlio thuft of $173,000
from I lie subtreasury last year , was
Tlio case WIIH dismissed hy Judge
CliL'tlaln , after Sulttroasiircr Uoldon-
wcck had refused to produce tlio
records of his olllco as evidence. The
court declared that hearing tlio evi
dence , no\v would prejudice the In
The government's Interest In the
matter Is paramount , .ludgo Chetlaln
said , and the state has no right to
embarrass the defendant by Insisting
upon the case being pushed , If the
federal government refuses to co
Chovcra in St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg , Sept. 10. The fact
that Asiatic cholera exists In St. Pe
tersburg has been established beyond
doubt. The present weather conditions
are favorable to the spread of the dis
ease , and the authorities are making
preparations for a rapid Increase In
the number of cases. Six cases are
now in hospitals.
Brakeman Dies of Injuries.
Marshalltown , la. , Sept. lu. Harry
iS'utt of Dos Moines , a Great Western
brnUeman , received Injuries at Rein-
back by falling under a train , from
which he died.
Parker Declines to Run.
Washington Sept10. . Judge Alton
P. Pnrlipr said here that he was i.jt
f illing to make lie race for governor
3f . v.'w York
MAY ESGUPE ML
iregori Claims He Shot Mer-
ly For The Scandal ,
Paris , Sept. 10. When Louis Ore-
gori , the Paris journalist and military
critic who shot Major Dreyfus on
June ! in the Pantheon , was placed
on trial today In court the principal
witnesses did not appear. Unless the
witnesses can bo prevailed on to respond
spend the case will bo dropped.
Major Dreyfus Is the center of at
Gregorl in his statement to the
court declared that he went to the
Pantheqn for the purpose of provok
ing a scandal , not against Dreyfus
whom he did not hate but against the
Dreyfus policies which the canoniza
tion ceremony stood for. He explained
that he aimed at the major's arm
knowing that it would be impossible
to injure him seriously.
Co.urt adjourned after this state
IS PUT OVER ,
' Legal Proceedings Against Gom-
pers Postponed Two Weeks ,
Washington , Sept. 10. The legal
proceedings against Samuel Compere ,
Secretary Frank Morrison and John
Mitchell of the American Federation
of Labor , In which they were charged
with contempt of the supreme court
of the District of Columbia on ac
count of acts and utterances apropos
of the judgment of that court directIng -
Ing them to cease publishing the uamo
of the Buck Stove and Range com
pany in their "Wo dont' patronize" list ,
were virtually postponed for two
weeks after a brief hearing. Justice
Gould of the supreme court presided.
The postponement was taken nt the
Instance of counsel for the stove com
pany. It was * said on behalf of the
company that it would be necessary
to examine witnesses as to the un-
swors , and Justice Gould , saying thnt
ho saw no necessity for great haste ,
granted the request. He appointed an
examiner to take testimony , gave
each side thirty days , nnd announced
his own willingness to sit In the casu
after the facts liavo been ascertained.
Judge Alton B. Parker took an ac
tive part In presenting the defense of
Messrs. Gompers , Morrison and Mitch
ell. Ho took occasion to Indlcato that
he had not sanctioned the application
made In behalf of his client for a jury
trial and , In behalf of his follow coun
sel , as well as for himself , withdraw
CONDITION OF THf WEAMR
rVmpnraturt for Twenty-tour Hours.
Foracait for Neur rK * .
Condition ol he wi-ntticr M record
< ) for the twenty-four hour * lullnn
at ft a in. today.
Maximum . 95
Minimum . o
Average . 78
Ilnrutnotur . 21U > 8
Chicago. Sept. 10. The bulletin Is
sued by the Chicago station or the
United States wuiithor bureau gives
the forecast for Nebraska ns follows :
Generally fair tonight and Friday.
Slightly cooler east portion tonight.
Aeroplane Makes Greatest Flight
in World's ' History ,
Cl AIR SIXTY-TWO MINUTES ,
Boars for Six Minutes With Lieuten
ant Lnhm as Companion High Of
ficers of Army and Navy Congratu
late American Aviator.
Washington , Sept. 10. Orvllle
Wright , In three phenomenal flights at
Fort Myer , established new aeroplane
records that not only assure the suc
cess of the oQiclal trials before the
army board , but'Indicate that aerial
flight Is now only a matter of develop
ment. War on land and sea will llml
In the aeroplane , It Is now conceded
by military men , a valuable means of
reconnaissance and possibly carnage.
Two [ lights of one , hour each , an
other flight In which two men were
whirled through the air for upward
of six minutes , were the achievements
of the Wright aeroplane. That these
flights , record-breaking as they were ,
will oven be surpassed by Orvllle
Wright during his trials at Foit
Myer , is confidently predicted. The
first flight , In which the machine cir
cled the drill grounds at the fort fifty-
seven times In fifty-seven minutes and
thirty-one seconds , was surpassed
later'when , a ( light of sixty-two min
utes and fllteen seconds was made.
In the first flight the aeroplane cir
cled the field times at
fifty-five nn es
timated speed of thirty-seven miles
an hour. The power was not fully
i turned on In any of the flights. It la
j estimated that a distance of 385
miles was covered In the longest
Not satisfied with breaking all dis
tance and tlmo records for a heavier
than air flying machine , Mr. Wilght
took Lieutenant Frank P. Lnhm , the
aeronaut of the signal corps , tor a
spin around the drill grounds , and
making a new record for a two-man
flight. All this happened so quickly and
unostentatiously that the spectators ,
among whom were members of the
cabinet and high officers of the army
and navy , could hardly realize that
this tlmo had been made anil that a
new era In the progress of the civ
ilized world was begun.
The aeroplane rose grandly Into
space and sailed over the .green sward
of the drill grounds. Higher and high
er it rose , turned at a slight angle as
the aviator brought It around nt the
far side of the field nnd raced along
at Increasing speed. There was hard
ly a quiver of the aeroplane In the
first few rounds of the field. Round
after round the machine traveled on ,
turning short turns or shooting along
the stretches and presenting some
what the appearance of an automobile
racing about an Imaginary course In
Befoio the flight was begun a
watch was tied to the seat next to
j Wright and when a little later he saw
that he had stayed aloft for over an
I Dour , the time required In order for
, him to fulfill his contract with the
1 government , he made for "mother
eaitli. " Swooji.ng cov.n ! In a sort of
' bump the bumps" fashion , the ma
chine bore down ; n the direction of
the crowds , \\hch quickly hcattered ,
fcailng that the aeroplane would run
them down. Raising n cloud of dust
as it slid along on the skids , the aero
plane , which weighs nearly a thousand
pounds , came to a stop within twenty
feet of the crowd.
As Mr. Wright stepped from the so.it
and removed his goggles he was
greeted with lusty cheers.
Lieutenant Selfridgo was the first
to congratulate Mr. Wright. Secre
tary Metcalf of the navy. Secretary of
War Wright and numerous army nnd
navy officers , together with enthusi
asts from every walk of life , gathered
j about the wizard of the air to grasp
Mob Surrounds Cholera Barracks.
Taganiog , Russia , Sept. 10. A mob ,
excited by rumors that the local doctors -
tors wore sending to the hospital pa
tients who did not have the cholera ,
surrounded the cholera barracks to )
destroy them unless this supposed 1
prnrtiio was discontinued. The crowd
was nppeasod with the greatest U1II1-
culty , the physicians being finally
forced to conduct a deputation
through the barracks to prove that the
fears wore unfounded.
I Police Cantaln Slain by Burglars ,
i Los Angi-les Sept --Captain
Walton II Aable of the ! > os Angeles
I police was s > hot and killed by Car )
Sutherland , a burglar
CUMMINS OA !
Iowa Legislature Still at Dead
lock on Senator ,
FIRST TEST OH JOINT BALLOT
Foes of Governor Say State Will Not
Suffer by Reason of Belnu Without
! a Senator for a Short Time anil
I Scatter Their Votes.
[ Den Mollies. Sept 10. Iowa Uepuh-
1 McaiiH will hold n senatorial primary
, In connection with tlio November eleo-
| lion. An amendment to the primary
1 law permitting this passed both
houses of the legislature today. Tlio
votes will he cast on a separate pri
Dos Mollies , Sept. 10. Tlio joint
ballot on the United States senator-
ship today resulted : Cummins (115 ( ,
Porter ( Democrat ) 10 , the rest scat
Dos Molnes , Sept. 10. The success
of the standpatters In preventing the
election of Governor Cummins to the
United States senate has caused con
siderable consternation among tlio
ranks of the party leaders who hud
hoped for harmony. It admittedly has
alvlded the ranks of the dominant
party In the .state and has caused no
little 111 feeling among the partisans
of Cummins and the stnndpat leaders.
What the result will bo at the primary
and other elections lu November la
What most of the members of the
legislature wish to know most , how-
over. Is whether the members op
posed to Governor Cummins will bo
able to continue the light Indellnltely ,
and keep the deadlock going until It
Is time for another session to begin ,
or whether they will bo able to force
The standpatters give as their rea
son for scattering their vote that thv <
do not think a United States senator
should bo selected until the people
have had an opportunity to Indlcntn
their cholcf at ft stale primary. Tlu-v
say the state will not suffer by i'-n-
soii of being without n senator for a
short time'and Hint tbo people \\ill
bo hotter .satisfied when they lnuo
hod an opportunity to make their own
The Joint ballot for United States
senator resulted In a deadlock The
vote : Cnmmlns , CO ; Porter ( Dem ) ,
1C ; scattering.13 Cummins gained
Convention of Veterinarians.
Philadelphia , Sept. 10. At the ses
sion of the convention of veterinarians
Dr. Robert A. Ramsey of the bureau
of animal Industry read nil Interesting
paper on scabies in sheep , In which
he told of the efforts to eradicate tlio
disease In the western states. Five
states which have been under qunion
line have been released through the
work of the department , he said. A
paper by Dr. A. D. Melvln , chief of
the same bureau , on the control of
hog cholera hy serntn Immunization ,
was also heard with much Interest.
The experiments of the department
showed that the vaccination of hogs
in cholera was successful.
YESTERDAY'S ' BASEBALL RESULTS
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| At Sioux City : R.H.E.
Sioux City..O 0300101 * 5 11 3
Pueblo _ 00000000 1 1 5 0
At Lincoln Fli fit gome : R.H.E.
Lincoln . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 5 2
Denver . 00001000 1 2 8 I
i Second game : R H E.
! Lincoln . 30000000 * 3 7 0
Denver . 00000001 0 1 S 2
At Omaha First gnrao : R H E
Omaha . 00010110 * 3 5 1
| Dos Molnes. 0 0000000 0 0 3 0
! Second game : R.H B.
ij Omaha _ 20213000 * S 13 1
i DCS Molnes. 5 0000020 0 7 10 1
Dr. Cornileff Sentenced.
| St. Petersburg , Sept. 10. Dr. Cornl-
i left' , a socialist member of the first
i dunia , was sentenced to two years'
i Imprisonment in u fortress. Ho was
extradited .mm Finland , where , ac
cording to statements made by the
police hc > , engar d In directing a
1 "criminal revolutionary movement. "
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