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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL
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NORFOLK. NKBKASKA FKIDAYrOCTOlJHH M 19107
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION HEARS
REPORT ON PLAN.
MAJORITY REPORT AGAINST IT
A Minority Report Is Presented Favor
ing n Change In Name to "Holy
May Come up for Action In 1913.
Cincinnati , O. , Oct. 13. The ques
tion of changing the name of the
church to the Holy Catholic church
was on the program to bo brought be
fore the general convention of the
Protestant Episcopal church today. It
was expected the matter would come
before the house of deputies through
the committee on the title page of the
prayer book , scheduled to make Its re
Majority and minority reports had
been prepared by members of the
committee. The majority report did
not favor changing the name and
ttslted that the committee bo dismiss
ed. The minority report recommend-
oil that the name bo changed to the
"Holy Catholic church. "
The resolution adopted by the house
of bishops appointing a committee to
the offer of prayer for unction of the
nick also was expected to come before
the lower house. This matter had al
ready been discussed by that body and
failed of passage through the disagree
ment of clerical and lay deputies. If
it reverses its former action a com
mittee will bo appointed to consider
the matter and bring It n report at the
Now York convention In 1913.
The Daughters of the King resumed
A general missionary meeting was
on the program for tonight.
Cincinnati , 0. , Oct. 13. In the most
Important session that it has hold thus
far , the house of bishops of the Pro
testant Episcopal convention here yes
terday afternoon not only reversed Its
decision of a few days ago when It re
fused to pass an amendment to the
legislation of the church providing for
suffragan bishops , but shortly after
creating the new suffragan bishops
passed a resolution calling for a com
mittee to Investigate faith healing by
means of prayer or suggestion.
Change Marriage Relation.
One of the first matters taken up by
the house of bishops Thursday was a
proposal to change the laws on mar
riage and divorce. These are known
us canons 38 and 39. A canvass of
the members of the body made it ap
pear that the marriages In which
cither party had been divorced will
be abolished In the church. As the
canons stand , the innocent party to a
divorce may be married by a member
of the Episcopal church. It Is thought
this regulation will bo repealed.
CARUSO MUST QUIT.
Temporarily Disabled by an Accident
on the Stage at Munich.
Munich , Oct. 13. Enrico Caruso's
physicians say the singer must aban
don his engagements for some tlmo
because of Tuesday's accident.
In the second act of La Boheme , Caruso
ruse was bowing his acknowledge
ments when his forehead came In con
tact with nn iron rod , being used in
shifting the scenery. The singer stop
ped behind the wings and fell uncon
scious. He recovered slowly and In
sisted on going on for the third act ,
through which ho sang without the
audience being aware of the mishap.
Fortunately a thick wig protected the
Bryan In Des Molnes.
Des Molnes , la. , Oct. 13. William J.
Bryan reached hero today to speak to
night at a democratic rally , the big
gest that party will have In Iowa this
DEAD AT AGE OF 98
Mrs. Augusta Getzman , Stanton Coun
ty Pioneer , Expires.
Stanton , Neb. , Oct. 13. Special to
The News : Mrs. Augusta Getzman.
nn old resident of Stanton county , died
here on Monday. Mrs. Gotzman came
to this county at an early date , and
was a pioneer nurse. Had she llveil
till next January she would have at
tained the ago of 99.
Former Kansas Governor Dead.
Wichita , Kan. , Oct. 13 W. E. Stan
ley , former governor of Kansas , died
at his homo hero this morning.
DYNAMITE COLORADO BANK.
Four Masked Men Shoot Up the Town
But Get No Money.
Sterling , Colo. , Oct. 13. Four
masked men , heavily armed , rode into
Proctor , Colo. , seventeen miles north
east of hero yesterday , shot up the
town , dynamited the State bank o
Proctor and escaped after a running
light with citizens. They got no
Sheriff Brush of Logan county and
n posse are hunting them. First intl
inntlon of the bandits' presence In
Proctor was given by an explosion o
dynamite that partly wrecked the
bank. For an hour thereafter every
man who ventured Into the main
strset was shot at by one of the two
bandits who stood on'the corner.
HOY HAS NARROW ESCAPE
Cecil Shade's Cap Carried Distance by
the Train Locomotive. I
j Neligh , Neb. , Oct. 13. Special to
The News : While unloading sand
from n wagon near the North western
tracks for the now concrete elevators
now under construction by S. P. Gilman -
man , one of the horses hitched to the
wagon became frightened and unruly
as the afternoon passenger yesterday
from the east came into town and was
struck In the Hank by the engine , In
juring It In such a manner that the
animal shortly afterward was killed , i
The team was the property of Mrs.
! ' . E. Shade and was in charge of her
won. Cecil , who had a very narrow
escape from serious Injury In the at
tempt in quieting the horse before be
ing struck. Ills cap was carried by
the engine some distance before rollIng -
DAKOTA COWBOY IS GUILTY
Elmer Stumbaugh Convicted of Manslaughter -
slaughter at Belle Fourchc.
Hello Fourchc , S. D. , Oct. 13. A '
Jury In the circuit court hero yesterday -
day found Elmer Stumbaugh , the ox-
cowboy , guilty of manslaughter for
killing Louis Arfan near hero last sum1
mer. men quarreled over a line
fencf ° * > Stni- * * In Arfan's death ,
FLEW 13 Mil. ! * * . * JUTES
Le Blanc In His Monoplane Makes a
St. Louis , Oct. 13. Alfred Lo Blanc
In his Bleriot monoplnno made a flight
of thirteen miles In ten minutes at the
Klnloch aviation meet yesterday after-
noon. Ho covered six laps of the
field and flow four miles out of bounds. I
Ills average speed exceeded seventy- '
flvo miles an hour.
Roosevelt Endorses Beveridge.
Veordersburg , Ind. , Oct. 13. Theo
dore Roosevelt opened his one-day
campaign In Indiana for Senator Bovj
oridgo today with an emphatic endorsement - '
dorsemont of him as a man who
stands for what Is good In American
public life. Ho spoke nt Covlngton
this morning and his second address
in Indiana in Vecrdersburg.
Dolliver Must Rest.
Fort Dodge , la. , Oct. 13. Senator
J. P. Dolliver spent n good night and
Is reported as somewhat improved to
day. The swelling of the stomach ,
which caused the latter organ to inter
fere , with the heart action , has sub
sided. Reports of a leaking of one of i I
the valves of the heart were denied
at the residence. He will be forced I I
o take absolute rest after remaining '
n bed for at least a fortnight , and it
s probable that he will do no cam-
lalgnlng In Indiana , Minnesota and
Cnnsas , as he had planned.
A Broker Under Arrest.
Boston , Oct. 13. On a charge of us-
ng the malls In a scheme to defraud ,
Charles II. Brooks , manager and di-
'ector ' of the Redeemable Investment
ompany of this city , a concern having
japltal stock amounting to $10,000,000.
vas arrested tills afternoon. Accord-
ng to the federal officials nearly $1-
00,000 is Involved under the charges
vhlch have been made against Brooks.
More Mine Victims Found.
Starkvllle , Colo. , Oct. 13. The bodes
es of four more victims of the Stark-
illo disaster were removed from the
nine last night by rescuers , making
ho total recovered eighteen. Four
nero bodies which have been located
'or twenty-four hours may be brought
out today. A persistent report said
o have emanated from the rescuers
that twenty or more miners In "L"
and "K" entries were smothered by
ifterdamp Is not given credence. Of
ficials declare that every man In the
mine met instant death.
West Point Carpenter Hurt.
West Point , Neb. , Oct. 13. A se
rious accident happened yesterday to
Ferdinand Walter , a carpenter. Mr.
Walter was engaged at work on the
elevator in the furniture store of J. A.
Edlnger and in some manner lost his
footing and fell down the elevator
shaft some twenty-four feet to the
basement , sustaining severe cotitu
slons and a heavy nervous shock to
the system. He is advanced In years
and serious consequences are feared.
Julius Thlele Dead.
West Point , Neb. , Oct. 13. Special
to The News : Julius Thiolo , one of
the best known pioneer citizens of
West Point and Cumlng county , died
at his residence In this city nt 7:20 :
last evening after an Illness of some
months. Ho was elected county clerk
of Cumlng county in 1883 and ex-ofllclo
clerk of the district court , which po
sitions he held for three years.
FERRER DAY IS QUIET.
Spanish Government Plainly Alarmed
Over the Day's Possibilities.
Madrid , Oct. 13. Today was the
first anniversary of the execution ol
Professor Francisco Ferrer , founder of
the modern school at Barcelona , who
was convicted of having consplrct !
against the government and brought
about the rebellion in the summer of
1909. The day had been dreaded by
the authorities as the free thinkers
socialists and republicans had planned
Ferrer demonstrations that might cas
ily lead to bloodshed. Up to early
afternoon no incident had occurred.
NEW SUPREME COURT JUDGE IS
COMPLIMENTED IN ARGUMENT.
TWO-CENT FARE LAW INVOLVED
By t a Coincident Which Attracted At
tention , Justice Hughes is Paid Com
pliment for His Act While Governor
of New York.
Washington , Oct. 13. By a coinci
dence ' which attracted attention , the
third t case to bo argued before the su
preme ! court of the United States after
Justice .1 Hughes became a member of
that tribunal , was one in which a com
pliment 1 was paid to him as governor
of New York. It Involves the validity
of the Missouri Pacific
senger law of 1907.
In the argument of the case in the
United \ States court for the western
district < of Missouri , attention was
called to the fact that Governor
Hughes 1 of New York had vetoed a
similar law In his state because the
legislature l had not given the matter'
sufficient consideration. It was ar
gued the same thing applied to the
"Governor Hughes bad the moral
courage to veto a measure of popular
I. favor , " said Judge Smith McPherson ,
In holding the consideration of the
legislature j was Immaterial In this
case , "because he believed the question
tion had not been fully considered.
But the relations of the governor to
the proposed legislation and that of a
court to legislation consummated are
entirely different. "
Nevertheless Justice McPherson
held the law did not grant a reason
able return to the railways.
Now Justice Hughes is to pass in
Judgment j on the opinion of Judge Mc
Pherson. j Arguments on the validity
of the passenger law and the max
imum i freight law of Missouri enacted
in i 1907 will be concluded today , ac
cording to arrangements entered Into
yesterday ; when the argument of the
case was begun.
THE POTASH SQUABBLE.
Germany's Reply to Uncle Sam Comes
Within a Few Days.
Berlin , Oct. 13. The negotiations
between the United States and Ger-
many , relating to American potash
contracts , , the value of which have
been \ adversely affected by the potash
law ] framed by the relschstag , today'
are nearlng conclusion and Germany's
reply , to the American request for a
modification of the legislation will be
delivered , probably within two days.
W. II. Davis , tno commercial adviser
of the American state department , has
expressed to the German government
the wish of the United States to avoid
the possibility of recourse to laws re
lating to the product of a foreign syn
dicate marketed in the United States
nd the addition of discriminatory
Mr. Davis has been informed fully
af the German position and has also
ommunlcated to this movement the
mturo of the American laws which
administrative officials at Washing-
on might feel compelled to use
igainst German products. It is un
derstood the federal council determin
ed upon a reply at Its session yester
day but what this reply Is , has not
T. R. Speaks On Gridiron.
Crawfordsville , Ind. , Oct. 13. A
; reat crowd was out at Crawfordsville
o bear Colonel Roosevelt speak. The
train was stopped at the campus of
the Wabash college and Colonel
Roosevelt made his address on the
QUARREL REACHES COURT.
Supt. Miller of Cedar County , Neb. ,
Pleads Guilty to Assault.
Harttngton , Nob. , Oct. 13. N. E.
Miller , county superintendent of the
schools of Cedar county , was arrested
here on Monday on the charge at as
sault and battery , brought by his sis
ter , Miss Alta Miller. The case was
tried before Justice Ready and the
defendant pleaded guilty and was
fined $75 and costs.
This case Is the sequel to a family
quarrel which has been aired in the
local newspapers of the county for
the past few weeks and which has
caused no end of discussion. Mr. Mil
ler went out to the home of his par
ents a few Sundays ago and got Into
an altercation with his sister over
personal and family affairs , which re
sulted In a violent quarrel and physi
cal encounter. The hired man sepa
A day or two after some of the leadIng -
Ing democrats of the county hold a
court of inquiry and examined a num
ber of witnesses , who testified that
the county superintendent had kick
ed and otherwise brutally assaulted
The following week Mr. Miller pub
lished a number of nflldavlts in his
defense , the purpose of which was to
prove that ho had not assaulted his
t-ister In the brutal manner charged 1 ,
but that she had taken the aggressive
part In the quarrel.
MODERN HOUSEBHEAKING IN CHICAGO
( Convrlcht. 1910. )
$7,000 RETURNED TO THOSE
TO BE RECORD BASEBALL CROWD
The Demand for Seats for the World's
Series in Baseball , to Begin Next
Week in Philadelphia , has Already
Exceeded all Records.
Philadelphia , Oct. 13. It is stated
by representatives of the national com
mission having charge of the distribu
tion of seats for the first two baseball
games In the world's series hero next
, week that $7,000 has been'returned to
applicants for tickets whoso orders
cannot bo filled.
I The demand for tickets has broken
' all records and the amount of money
returned Is the largest ever turned
back by a club figuring In the world's
I STEAMER SINKS , 7 DROWN
Swedish Bark Diana Is Struck by FishIng -
Ing Boat and Sunk.
Cuxhaven , Germany , Oct. 13. The
fishing steamer Senator Holthuff col
lided with and sank the Swedish bark
Diana today. Seven of the Diana's
crew were drowned. The survivors
vero brought here by the steamer.
TROPICAL STORM IS COMING
Gulf Sailing Vessels Advised to Get
Into Shore Today.
Mobile , Oct. 13. The local weather
mreau today received the following
storm warning :
"Advisory 9:30 : a. m. Tropical
storm of considerable Intensity south
west of Cuba near Yucatan channel
moving towards gulf of Mexico. Cau
tion advised for all sailing these wa
ters. ( Signed ) "Moore. "
Donations Free of Duty.
Wasington , Oct. 13. Custom bar
riers between the United States and
anada wore broken down yesterday
In favor of donations by Canadians for
the forest fires sufferers In the north
west. Collector of Customs Johnson
at St. Paul , Minn. , was advised by tel
egraph that Canadian donations for
the fire sufferers may ho admitted
free as an act of International cour
tesy. The last similar suspension of
duties In such an emergency was at
the time of the San Francisco earth
Catholics in Rome Protest.
Rome , Oct. 13. The Catholic press
protests against the decisions of the
Italian cabinet denying the expelled
Portuguese orders the right to settle
in Italy. The papers say that while
It may give satisfaction to the extreme -
tremo parties this action was quite un
necessary as the Portuguese had no
intention of taking up their resklenco
In this country.
A MEXICAN REVOLUTIONIST ?
Brother of Recently Defeated Candi
date for President , In Jail.
Mexico City , Oct. 13. Gustavo Ma-
doro , a brother of Francisco I. Ma-
doro , is In prison hero charged with
having tried to Induce n number of
army ofllcers to inaugurate n revolu
tion in Mexico against the govern-
ment. General Mellton Huraldo , n
well known ofllcor , complained to the
authorities that Madoro had made rev -
olutlonary suggestions to him a few
days ago , and said that several othet
CONDITION OF THE WEATHER
Temperature for Twenty-four Hours.
Forecast fop Nebraska.
Minimum ' 54
Chicago , Oct. 13. The bulletin Is
sued by the Chicago station of the
United States weather bureau gives
the forecast for Nebraska as follows :
Generally fair tonight and Friday ;
cooler tonight south portion.
officers had been approached on the
News of Madero's arrest became
known here yesterday. He was placed
In jail Monday and yesterday was ex
amined behind closed doors by the
judge of the Second district court.
Two friends of Madero , Margarelto
Loano and Jesus Hlguera Sevllla , are
also In prison under similar charges.
The three men deny the allegations.
The imprisonment of the brother of
the defeated candidate for the presi
dency of Mexico In the recent election
caused considerable comment In the
capital. Th < * testimony that Is now
being given Is being kept secret by
the court officials.
GUARDING SPANISH EMBASSY.
Extra Precautions Taken Thursday ,
Anniversary of Ferrer Execution.
London , Oct. 13. Special precau
tions were taken today , the anniver
sary of the execution of Francisco
Ferrer , the Spanish modern school
teacher , to guard the Spanish embassy
here. Villa Y Urrutia , the Spanish
ambassador to Great Britain , recently
has received several threatening let
ters and last night the pavement and
steps leading to the embassy wore
daubed with red paint.
Buys Out Herd at Neligh.
Nellgh , Neb. , Oct. 13. Special to
The News : J. W. Getchell of this
city recently purchased the remainder
of the T. B. Herd interests In this
vicinity which consists of 293 acres
of land lying adjacent and south of
Neligh. This purchase consists all of
the feed lots south of the river with
the exception of these belonging to S.
F. Gllmnn. Mr. Getchell says that he
will have no trouble in selling the entire -
tire tract at $100 per acre.
Lorlmer at This Banquet.
Chicago , Oct. 13 , At the discovery
day banquet of the Knights of Colum
bus addresses were made by Charles
Murphy , M. P. , secretary of state of
Canada ; Vice President Sherman and
Judge Peter S' Grosscup of the United
States circuit court. Political and
economic subjects were avoided by
Mr. Murphy and the vice president.
Senator Lorlmer , while not on the
program for an address , was a guest
at the speaker's table. It was In the 1
same room that the Hamilton club
banquet where Colonel Roosevelt re
fused to speak If Senator Lorlmer was
a guest , was held a month ago.
The Cholera Situation.
Rome , Oct. 13. The official report
of the cholera situation In Italy shows
that there have been twenty-four new
cases and eight deaths In the last
Son Lost In Alaska.
Seattle , Oct. 13. Rear Admiral John
A. Rogers , U. S. N. , retired , has ar
rived from Alaska convinced that his
missing son , Alexander , who went
north In the summer of 1909 , perished
on the Valdcz-Falrbanks trail after
leaving a road house forty miles from
Fairbanks , to which town he was
bound. The young man , who left his
heavier luggage at the road house and
walked on. Is believed to have wan
dered off the trail and become lost in
t'-1 the mountains. Admiral Rogers Is TO-
turning to his homo in Washington ,
i D. C.
NORFOLK FARMER'S CHILDREN
FEAR FOR LIVES.
FATHER A FIEND WHEN DRUNK
Peter Koberg Has Been Taken to the
County Jail at Madison and His
Children Sent to an Orphans' Home.
Mother Mysteriously Disappeared.
Because Peter Koberg drinks him
self into such a condition that he Is
Irresponsible and when in that stage
the lives of his children are unsafe ,
Sheriff Smith arrested the man at
noon on Norfolk avenue and took him
to the county jail at Madison in an
automobile. The children Bernice ,
aged 14 , Belle 9 , Burt 10 , and William
8 were also taken to Madison , where
they will be put in charge of a matron
who arrived from Oinaha Thursday
The Kobergs live on the Harry
Heath farm , two miles southwest of
Norfolk and , according to the reports
ol Sheriff Smith and County Attorney
James Nichols , who have made a thor
ough Investigation of the case , the lit
tle children have been taught from
experience to be always on their guard
from the fear that their father would
kill them. While Koberg Is devoted
very much to his children when he is
sober , ho is reported to be a fiend
His Children Fear Him.
Ho is said to leave his children
happy at home and return a drunken
( lend and a brute. This is the descrip
tion given of the man by the county
attorney , who , through a child friend
of Bernice , was able to talk to the
little housekeeper. Her mother Is
away and her whereabouts are un
The little 14-year-old girl , who
guards over her young sister and
brothers , told a most pitiful story to
the authorities. She Is in constant
fear of her life. She and the other
children have slept In the barn and
other outbuildings of the farm when
their father came home intoxicated
from the city. The lines on the child's
face show the skill and cunningness
for protection developed far beyond
her age. She knows when trouble Is
coming and she knows how to dodge
blows directed at her and she knows
where to hide herself and her sister
and brothers. The interior of the
Koberg homo where the 14-year-old
housekeeper does all the work Is said
by the authorities to be one of the
most squalid and most miserable
liomes that can bo Imagined.
Family's Dramatic Career.
It has been a dramatic career that
the Koberg family has led. Two years
ago last April the mother took her
children and ran away from Koberg ,
going to Cincinnati. Then the mother ,
presumably Insane , deserted her flock.
They were found Inter by Koberg and
placed for a month In an orphans'
homo , but the mother never hunted
them up. Koberg believes she sui
cided. Koborg returned to Norfolk
with his babes and slnco then has
made life uncertain for tTiem by his
Mrs. Kobergs mother was Insane.
Teddy's Brother-ln-Law Named.
Farmington , Conn. , Oct. 13. Real
Admiral Cowles. U. S. N. retired ,
brother-in-law of former President
Roosevelt , was nominated last night
by the republicans for representatives
from this town In the general as
NO TRAINS RUNNING THERE
FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.
4,500 MINERS ARE MADE IDLE
Mines Shut Down Because They Have
No Means of Shipping the Coal ;
Government Is Taking Firm Hand
In Regard to the Strike.
Conn-lores , France. Oct. 1JI. The
coal mines dismissed l.fiOO employes
today because of the Inability to ship
the coal due to the railway strike.
No Trains Into France.
llerlln , Oct. 11 ! . Passenger and
freight traffic by railway with Franco
was practically suspended. Sleeping-
car tickets are no longer sold to
French Interior points. The banks
complain of serious Inconvenience la
financial transactions between Ger
many and France.
The French newspapers are arriving
hero a day late and boar Holglum post
Paris , Oct. in. The French government -
ment Is mooting the situation result
ing from the general strike of railroad
employes with a firmness that chal
lenges the admiration even of these
who sympathize with the men In their
demands for a minimum wage of $1
This morning five of the strlko
loaders were placed under arrest.
This action was In the fulfillment of
Premier Hrland's promise to punish
the agitators who , ho has declared ,
precipitated an Insurrectionary move
ment at the very hour that the pre
mier and M. Mlllernnd , the minister
of public works , posts and telegraphs ,
were conducting negotiations looking
to the peaceful adjustment of the dif
ferences between the railroad manag
ers and their employes.
The national railroad union has suc
ceeded In thoroughly demoralizing the
service on the Northern and Western
systems , but It had less success In the
eastern and southern lines. The situa
tion this morning showed little change
Strlko Is Broken.
The belief that the strike has been
checked was reflected on the Bourse
today when there was an Increased
demand for railroad shares , which
grew strong accordingly. Arrested
leaders were charged with provoking
seditious meetings and loading violence
lence and the destruction of property.
The government is convinced this
move , together with the summoning to
military service , will break the back
bone of the strlko , which lias already
been weakened by failure of the men
of the eastern road , the Paris , Lyons
and Mediterranean and the Paris and
Orleans road to respond generally to
the orders of the militant chiefs of
the national federation.
Still on Cotton Lading BUI.
New York , Oct. 13. The drafting of
a bill of lading mutually acceptable to
American and British financial inter
ests will again bo taken In hand today
In conferences between the subcommittee
mittee of the American Rankers asso
ciation and Sid Edward Holdon , chair
man of the English Bankers associa
tion. The meeting which was held
Tuesday adjourned without any de
cision having been reached.
London , Oct. 13. The English and
continental bankers are standing paten
on their original demand that Ameri
can cotton bills of lading bo guaranteed -
teed by American banks. There have
been | no developments In the contro
versy so far as this side Is concerned.
Athlete a Burglar.
Chicago , Oct. 13. John Anderson ,
who claims ho won the Norwegian
marathon race in 1901 and that ho has
ninety-nine gold medals and fifty-four
silver cups won in long distance races ,
was held to the grand jury on a charge
of burglary today. He waived exam
ination In the municipal court and
bail was lixed at $500.
Anderson is alleged to have secured
his way into the warehouse of the
concern for which he worked , and to
have been arrested with twelve pounds
of lard and the same quantity of but-
terlno in his possession.
Judge Steele Dead.
Denver , Colo. , Oct. 13. Hon. Robert
Wilbur Steele , chief jiibtlco of the
Colorado supieme court since 11)07 ) and
member of that body since 1'JOl , died
nt his home hero last night after an
Illness of three weeks. Death result
ed from apoplexy.
Justice Steele was born In Lebanon ,
O. . November 14 , 183" . At the tlmo
of the celebrated Colorado labor wars
In 1904 ho handed down a dissenting
opinion In the decision which gave the
government right to suspend the writ
of heabus corpus. Judge Steele was
renomlnatcd by the democratic state
convention hero In September. Ho
was stricken with apoplexy the snmo
night on which the republican conven
tion nominated his opponent for chief
justice and had spent the evening lis
tening to reports of the republican
convention. Justice Steele was the
first county Judge of Colorado to se
gregate juvenile offenders. Before ho
completed his plans ho wont on the
supreme bench and turned over the
work of the juvenile court to Judge B.
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