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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAI
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NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY MARCH a. 1M1 !
LAST PARTICLE OF DOUDT HAS
WILL COME DEFORE APRIL 4
MARCH 20 IS NOW THE DATE
TALKED OF IN CONGRESS.
TO PASS CANADIAN AGREEMENT
New Democratic House Is Expected to
Pass Dill Quickly and Senate Is Ex
pected Not to Delay More Than a
Month To Drop McCall'a Name.
"Washington , March 2. The last
vestige of doubt that there will bo an
extraordinary session of congress
called by President Taft to consider
the Canadian reciprocity agreement
In the now practically certain event of
the failure of that measure in the
present congress , disappeared today
when it became known that republican
loaders had been called to the white
bouse for a conference.
"Tho dlo is cast , " said one of the
republican senators after returning to
"Mr. Taft has decld&d that there
must bo an extraordinary session and
that he will call It earlier than April
Democratic leaders wanted a month
In which to got ready for a special ses-
elan , and President Taft was Inclined
to accede to their wishes. It became
known today , however , that the repub
licans have urged an earlier gather
ing If there was no way to avoid com
March 20 Date Talked of.
Mr. Taft would bo guided , it was
said , by the wishes of the republicans.
It was announced that a conference
would bo hold on tub subject probably
* londa' ( to decide upon a date. March
80 was the date talked about today.
There was a feeling of confidence
unoug friends of the Canadian agree
inent that Uie democratic 'hoiise would
pass the bill within a week after the
convening of the special session.
McCall's Name to Come Off.
It was suggested that Rcpresenta
wive McCall's name would not be car
ried on the bill , but that some demo
crat on the now committee on ways
and means would claim the right to
represent the measure and take
charge of the floor.
There was impression also that the
fionato would not delay action for
more- than a month.
Why They'll Hurry. x
This theory was based on the argu
Bt nt that the republican senate would
\ xpedlto business so as to be ready to
jMjourn before the democrats submit
i * general program for tariff revision
( ltd the hope that under such a condl
tfcra of affairs the democrats would be
Billing to postpone their tariff rovl
lion plans until next winter , when
< lioy would be better prepared to pro-
FRENCH CABINET GONPLETE
Two of the Men Appointed Are Ex
Paris , March 2. With ono or two
yornlght changes the now Froncl
ablnet has been completed and wa
announced today as follows :
Premier and Minister of the Interlo
Antoine Ernest E. Monls.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeai
Minister of War Henry Mauric
Minister of Marino Theopollo De
a * .
Minister of Finance Joseph Cal
Minister of Public Instruction
.IfcletJ Adolpho Theodore Steeg.
Minister of Public Works Charles
Minister of'Agrlculture Jules Paras.
Minister of Colonies Adolpho Mes-
Minister of Labor Paul Boncour.
Minister of Justice Antolno Perrler.
Minister of Commerce Loula F. A.
J . Masse.
The undersecretaries nro :
Interior Emllo Constant.
Justice of Worship Louis Malrr.
Posts and Telegraphs Charles
Ikvtux Arts Henri DuJardln-Boau-
Antolno Perrler Is the only member
< jf the new French cabinet whooo
name has not before boon heard as a
probable choice. Ho is a senator and
a radical republican. Ha was born Jl
Loula Malvy , who baa been named
aa undersecretary of the ministry ol
Justice- and worship , is a radical so
cialist and was one of those who led
tbo attack In the chamber of deputies
on Premier Drland which resulted It'
tbe retirement of the Brland ministry
WOH'T ' OPENGROW LANDS I I
fill ) to Throw Open More Indian Rei
ervatlon , Killed In House.
March 2. The house
CONDITION OFJIIE WEATHER
Temperature for Twenty-four Hours.
Forecast for Nebraska.
Maximum . . . . v 40
Chicago , March 1 ! . Thu bulletin Is
sued by tliu Clilciio ( Htallon of the
, / tl StatoB wciitlicr bureau gives
tl. recast for Nebraska as follows :
. ' tonight and Friday ; moderate
ton ' _ _ 'turc.
* * * _ _ . _ _ .
- - - -
M | > | -L-l | | M-l. I 1L Ml t T-
by a . of Ml ! to Kit failed today to
IIUHH ! bill to open 1,500,000 acres
of Hiii-/ > ? . lands In tbe Crow Indian
rejjorvi'o 3 > In Montana. The bill hnd
passed % tennto.
Oppos"1 ' to the measure devel
oped on uio ground that the opening
of the additional lands would give a
few people a ehaneo to gain control of
the water supply and would operate
In the Interests of certain cattlemen
Though It received a large majority
of votes , the measure failed because
It did not get the two-thirds necessary
for Its passage.
FEDERAL CENSUS GIVES DALLAS
1,277 AND GREGORY 1,216
Washington , March 2. Population
statistics of the thirteenth census an
nounced today include :
Dallas , S. D 1,277
Gregory , S. D 1,216
Coming under the federal census
wire neck and neck , Dallas and Greg
ory continue the rivalry which has ex
isted keenly since Dallas was built.
There are probably no two towns In
the United States which feel more In
tense rivalry , and it seems almost a
coincidence that they should both bo
given almost the same population
only sixty-one difference.
UNCLE SAM MUST SOLVE IT
Peace In Honduras Seems Impossible
and U. S. Must Take Hand.
Puerto Cortez , Honduras , March 2.
The threatened ultimatum from
General Bonllla , the leader of the revolution
elution , was -not presented when the
peace conference between Dr. Me-
bruno and General Resales , the repre
sentative of Persldent Davllla , was
resumed on board the U. S. cruiser
Tncomn today. It had been said that
unless an agreement was reached yes *
terday Bonilla would declare the ar
mistlco off and renew hostilities.
An amicable agreement now ap
pears Impossible and probably It will
be necessary for the United States to
settle the trouble by appointing a pro
visional president of Honduras.
WILL PROBEJCOFFEE TRUST
Morris Resolution Is Agreed to by a
Vote of the House.
Washington , March 2. The house
today agreed to a privileged resolu
tion from the Judiciary committee
asking the attorney general , If not in
compatible with the public interest
to report to the house what Investiga
tion has been made to ascertain
whether any foreign government or
subordinate state has entered Into
coffee monopoly conspiracy.
The resolution was introduced by
Representative Norrls of Nebraska
and is directed toward Information re
gardlng an alleged arrangement between
tween the Brazilian government and
the subordinate state of Sao Paulo
and a syndicate of foreigners , includ
ing Americans headed by J. P. Mor
gan and company , for a monopoly In
the coffee traffic out of Brazil.
The resolution as adopted asks foi r
a variety of Information as to wha
steps the government has taken to de
termlne whether the anti-trust anil
conspiracy laws have been violated
and the results of such stops. It also
seeks to learn what prosecutions. I
any , have been instituted.
The introduction of the resolution
caused n wild flurry In the New York
coffee market some days ago.
BANK ROBBERMET BIO SUM
Between $3,000 and $5,000 Taken from
Marion , Ind. , March 2. The Farm-
era State bank of Matthews was en
tered last night by robbers , the safe
blown and a sum estimated at (3,000
to | 5,000 taken. The robbers escaped.
30CADET TAYLOR CONFIRMED
New Omaha Surveyor of Port Approved -
ed by the United State * Senate. v0
Omaha March 2. Cadet '
, Taylor re-
cclved a dispatch this morning announcing
nouncing his confirmation by the sen-
. nte for the office of surveyor of the
port of Omaha.
Norton to N. Y. Flnt National ?
New York , March 2. It was report
td : here that Charles D. Norton , whose
resignation as secretary to President
Tuft was recently announced , will be
comb president of the First National
Lank hero , succeeded Thomas Lemonl >
who withdrew to enter the firm of J.
P. Morgan and cop pany. An offlcei
of the institution .dcllned to connrn
, or deny the report.
DEATH IS DUE
WAS THE POISON WHICH KILLED
WAYNE COUNTY MAN.
AFTER THIEF HAD STRUCK HIM
Dechtel Took Two Ounces of Lauda
num to Relieve a Headache Caused
by Dlow from Plow Handle , Dealt
by a Thief In His Cellar.
Wayne , Nob. , March 2. Special to
The News : Coroner Williams , Sher
iff Mears and Attorney Davis returned
to Wayne this afternoon from the
Hechtel farm , near Sholes , whore an
Inquest was held over the remains of
J. D. Hechtel this morning. The in-
iiuest developed the verdict that Been-
tel died from the effects of two ounces
of laudanum which ho took to relieve
a headache , following a blow on the
head by a thief on Monday.
Ho sent for the poison Tuesday , sayIng -
Ing he wanted It for sheep.
Hechtel heard suspicious noises
about 10 o'clock Monday night and
went into the yard to Investigate. He
met a man coming out of his collar
with a sack of potatoes over his shoul
"What are you doing hero ? " de
The man dropped the potatoes and
hit the farmer a blow over the head
with a plow handle. He followed it
with two more blows.
Uochtel lay In his yard for a while ,
but later managed to drag himself
Into his house.
His head aching severely , he 'x > ok
some laudanum Tuesday.
MITCHELL QUIT'J FEDERATION.
Retains Membership In United Mine
Workers of America.
New York , March 2. John Mitchell ,
formerly head of the United Mine
Workers of America and lately chair
man of the trade agreement depart
ment of the National Civic federation ,
made public his resignation of his of
fice and membership in the latter. It
also was announced that Presideni
Seth Low of the civic federation had
accepted the resignation to take effect
at the close of the present month.
Mr. Mitchell's severance of connec
tion with the civic T deration follows
the ftand recently ta on by the United
Mine Workers of. America in declaring
that any member of their organization
accepting a position with the National
Civic federation would thereby forfeit
membership in the union. With this
the choice placed before Mr. Mitchell
he decided to resign from the civic
federation. Ills letter of resignation
Is dated February 15.
"DIANA" IN GAY BATHING SUIT.
Valuable Paintings "Done Over" to
Conform With Rules of Decorum.
Albany , N. Y. , Feb. 27. As a result
of the efforts of the Rev. J. A. Me-
Cualg , a well known purist , who re
cently made a tour through Albany's
underworld , valuable oil paintings in
a local saloon have been "done over"
to conform with the rules of decorum
and the mandates of the police.
When the owner of the pictures was
informed by officers on Saturday that
his paintings must be either "draped
or removed" by today , he hired an
artist andi put him to work. The re
suit was startling.
"Diana at the Bath , " said to have
been valued at $10,000 , is no longer
shocking. Diana herself has been clad
In a bathing suit of brilliant hue , while
her attendants wear suits of rainbow
varieties. The man in the painting
appears in a convict garb , wearing a
silk hat and smoking a pipe.
Another valuable work , "The Awak
ening of Adam , " has been "done over'
so that Eve wears a suit of blue pa
jamas and Adam a pair of overalls
Doth have on boxing gloves.
COLLEGE COURSE IN POKER.
"Poor Losers" Said to Have Told Kan
sas Faculty Who Took Their Money.
Lawrence , Kan. , March 2. The fac
ulty of the University of Kansas is
scandalized that several of the stu
dents have been spending unusua
amounts of money and that the money
was acquired by skill at playing poker
Prof. Carl Becker , head of the dls
clplinary committee of the faculty ,
now has the names of more than thir
ty-five players. It Is likely some of
them will bo suspended.
It Is rumored that some of the stu
dents who were admitted to the poker
sessions were "poor losers" and
through them the faculty has obtained
the names of most .of the boys.
FAST AUTO OVERTURNED.
Woman Suffers a Broken Leg and the
Driver la Badly Bruised.
Franklin , Neb. , March 2. An auto
mobile containing H. M. Drown , Mrs.
Hie Schnfer , two other women and a
child , was overturned near Macon
- while going fifty miles an hour.
Mrs. Senator suffered a broken teg ,
the bone piercing through the flesh
and running Into the ground. .
Mr. Brown was badly bruised.
Other members of the party were
The accident happened when Brown
- turned out to pass an auto of which :
Dr. McElwee was the sole occupant
A wheel on the Brown auto broke and
. the machine turned over twice side
ways and once endways. Dr. McEl
wee gave first treatment to the in
INVESTIGATING THE NEAR-ICE CREAM
( Copyright. 1911. )
OMAHA TO VOTE ON
BONDS FOR 8 MILLION
TO DUY WATER PLANT AND MAKE
Omaha , Marcli 2. Omaha will be
asked to vote on the proposition of Is
suing bonds in the sum of $8,250,000 to
take over the water plant and to make
extensions which the water board
A resolution was passed by the wa
ter board yesterday afternoon to this
effect. The resolution provides that
the question may be submitted to the
people on the 10th day of May. Of
the amount , $7,250,000 is to bo used to
pay the Omaha Water company for Its
plant and to pay all Judgments which
have resulted from the extended liti
gation. The other $1,000,000 , or such
part of It as may be necessary , will be
used to make Immediate improve
ments that are imperative.
PRIEST A PRISONER.
Handcuffed , Charged With Murder ,
Embraces His Physician.
Viterbo , Italy , March 2. The priest
Giro VIHozzi , who Is to be tried with
other members of the Camorra on the
charge of murdering Gennaro Cuecco-
lo and his wife , was brought here ,
handcuffed and escorted by a guard of
carbineers. Vittozzi is the godfather
of "Erricone , " leader of the Camor-
rists , and the release of "Erricono"
and his gang when they were first ar
rested and accused of the murders
was duo to his intervention.
Vlttozzo was attended by a doctor.
Ho proclaimed his absolute innocence.
Ho insisted upon embracing his phy-
Blclan and the members of hi ? guard.
MAGAZINE LOBBY WINS.
Publishers Go Home Confident [ < nlse
Plan la Abandoned.
Washington , March 2. The maga
zine publishers of the country who
have been fearing an increase in the
postal rates , left for home feeling con
fident that the plans of President
Taft , Postmaster General Hitchcock
and Senator Penrose has been aban
doned for this session of congress at
TO DECIDE GRAIN CASES.
South Dakota Officials Are In Wash
ington on Rate Matters.
Washington , March 2. W. E. Smith
of South Dakota , railway commission
er , with P. W. Dougherty , attorney for
the commission , will appear before the
Interstate commerce commission In
the grain rate case.
Oral figures were heard by the com
mission In the matter of general
freight rates from points In South Da
kota to Minnesota transfer , Superior ,
Duluth and Chicago.
Arguments wore also heard as to
the reasonableness of existing , rates
on grain from northwestern points to
Omaha. Shippers of Omaha urge they
are being discriminated against.
It Is understood that cases which
are of importance to the northweat-
ern territory will not bo decided for
Senator. Burton Will Give Clean BUI to
New Omaha Official.
Washington , March 2. Senator Bur
ton , to whom was referred as a sub
committee the nomination of Cadet
Taylor to bo surveyor of customs nt
Omaha , said that ho would make n
favorable report on the nomlnatlor
and would ask for confirmation whenever
over the senate should go Into execu
, tlvo session.
The Ohio senator has carefully rent
the charges filed against Taylor am
holds to the opinion that thesi
charges , having been passed upon BOu ;
the secretary of the treasury , who lat
or on recommended Taylor's appoint
ment to the president and the presi
dent having made the nomination , his
committee could do nothing more than
report the nomination favorably.
It Is also understood that both Sen
ators Fryo and Nelson have exam
ined the charges and are willing to
give Taylor a clean bill of health.
WILL MAKE NO FIGHT AGAINST
COMMISSION'S ' NEW RATE
Chicago , March 2. Thir.y-flvo west
ern railroads decided yesterday to
make no appeal from tho. Decent de
cision of the interstate commerce commission -
mission denying the roads the right
to increase freight rates. They will
accept the decree of the commission
The decision was reached at a meetIng -
Ing of representatives of the roads at
the Western Trunk Line association
headquarters here. The opinion was
advanced by many that the roads
would be unable to make any stronger
showing before the new commerce
court than they had before the com
mission , and that once the new court
had ruled , its decree would bo bind-
ng for two years. It also was argued
hat if the roads comply with the de
cree without objection and withdraw
.ho advanced tariffs before March 10
hero will bo an opportunity nt a later
date to submit advances on certain
rates , seine of which may meet with
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AEROLANE.
Taken as Passenger , Picture Man
Snaps the Earth Below.
Laredo , Tex. , March 2. Four flights
were made by the aviation corps of
ho United States army under the di
rection of Lieutenant B. D. Foules , the
first of a series of experiments to be
conducted along the border.
On one flight a photographer , taken
is a passenger , took several photo
graphs while the biplane maneuvered
about Fort Mclntosh.
BAILEY'S AMENDMENT BEATEN.
Government Would Be Willing to Ad-
mlt Meat and Flour Free.
Washington , March 2. Senator Car
ter of Montana interrupted Senator
Bailey , whoso discussion of his amend
ment turned him to n consideration of
rates Involved In the proposed Cana
dian reciprocity agreement. Senator
Carter said an amendment to the Me-
Call bill to carry into effect the pro
visions of the agreement to admit
meat and flour free to this country
from Canada would bo acceptable to
the Plate department and no objection '
to tha ratification for the agreement
with that new provision would be In '
terposed. Canada , however , did not ' :
dcalro to have American meat mid
American Hour enter free because of
: ho inability ol Us packers and millers
; o meet American competition. This
reciprocal arrangement of the matter
ould not be reached.
Again disclaiming any Intention to .
filibuster. Senator Bailey closed his
discussion and the ayen and noen on
his amendment showed its defeat , 2--1
Chicago Printers' Strike Ends.
Chicago , March 2. Th Chlcagc
typographical union late yesterday de
clared off the strike of compositors or
the Chicago Examiner and Evening
American. This action was taken bj
a unanimous vote In response to th (
order of the executlvo council of th <
International Typographical union. Ai
the meeting was held late some dim
culty was experienced In getting tin
composing room force of the Exam
Iner restored and organized In nine
for effective work. All Chicago paper
resumed normal size today.
NOTED WRITER CAUGHT
IN GAY PAREE'S ' NET
WILLIAM ENGLISH WALLING
TELLS OF "AFFAIR" WITH
New York , March 2. William Eng
lish Walling , socialist and writer , tes
tified in his own defense at a night
continuance of the day's session of
the hearing of the $100,000 breach of
promise suit brought against him by
Annette Bertha Grunshan. He testi
fied that he llrst met the plaintiff on
the Champs Elysee In Paris In June ,
"I was walking with a friend , " Wall
ing said , "and we saw two young wo
men walking along. I said to one , 'My
friend thinks ho knows you. '
"We talked about the we/ Parisian
men wet and talked witr women on
the s'reets at night. Finally we took
a cab to an amusement place a cheap
sort of Coney Island. "
"What took place in the cab ? " ho
"The same sort of talk about the
streets of Paris. She put her head on
my shoulder on the way home. "
Walling said he met Miss Grunshan
again in a few days and that they be
came quite friendly on the third meet
They were together frequently after
that. He denied giving her a ring or
any token of engagement.
"Towards the end of June she told
me she could llvo nicely on 200 francs
a month , and If I would give her that
she would not work , " Walling contin
ued. "On Juno 30 there were mas
sacres in Russia and I wanted to know
what was going on. It was decided
that she should go along , as she had
brothers there from whom she had
not heard for several months.
"I went to the embassy and got the
passport for myself and wife. They
asked me if I was married and I
found myself getting into deep water.
I h-ald yes , and they asked my wife's
name. I said 'Anna 13erte. " "
Walling testified that he and Miss
Grunshan also lived together in Berlin
and in Switzerland. There was no
talk of matrimony. There was a set
tlement , Walling declared , when they
separated. He thought It was "a very
square deal. "
Three foreign attorneys were
brought into the rase yesterday to explain
plain European breach of promise
suits. They said that courts In their .
countries looked with disfavor on such
Counsel for the dofen.se contended
that If Miss Grunahan's action would
not bo maintained in French , German
and Russian courts , her suit should
not bo entertained here.
Their next meeting Walling tosti- j
, fled was In Paris , in Juno 1906. Wall-
ing's ( lance , Miss Strunsky , to whom
ho paid he had shown Miss Grunslmn'a
letters , was with him. There was n
scene and Miss Grunshan cried and
said slu > was going to diown herself.
"Hid you over deceive her In any
way ? " asked hla counsel.
" 1 don't think anything I ever said
or did ever deceived her for live min
utes , " Walling answered. "I think
she understood perfectly all our rela-
lions at the time we wore together. "
Hay ward to Stay In Orient ?
Nebraska City. Xeb. , March 2. It Is
rnportMl hero and from good author
ity that Judge William Hayward and
family of this city , who are nt present
touring In the old country , have de
y cided to make their home In the Phil'
ipplnes , where they ore at the present
time. Judge Hayward made the race
for congress in this district lust fall
against Congressman McGuIre ant
was defeated. He was formerly secretary
rotary of the national republican com
mlttee. Ills wife and son are wltt
ra him on the trip and are going to re
main with him.
NEBRASKA STOCK YARDS DILL IS
GIVEN DIG MAJORITY.
SENATE VOTE STANDS 25 TO
State Senate Passes DIM to Put 3took
Yards Under Control of the State
Railroad Commission and Regulate
Time for Yardage.
Lincoln , March 2. Special to The
News : The senate today passed the
Ollls stock yards bill by a vote of 25
to : t.
This bill declares the slock yards
to he common carriers and puts them
under the control of the state railway
commission. The bill also makes a
new time limit for the yarding of the
The only dissenting votes came
from the members from Douglas coun
ty Tanner , Horton and Reagan.
These three handed up written expla
nations of their votes , declaring that
the bill was a blow at a great Ne
braska Industry and certain to work
harm and disaster to stock yards and
Lincoln , March 2. The last day for
Introducing new measures In the legis
lature brought forth un avalanche of
now bills covering up all the tag enda
of affairs that have hitherto been
neglected and few sections of the laws
of Nebraska , as they stand now , have
escaped without a threatened change.
The house has had 702 bills brought
before It altogether and the senate
2'Jt5 , making a total of 1,098 bills. So
Impressed was the house with tha
amount of lawmaklng piled up ahead
of It In the next twenty days that It
decided to begin night sessions last
The house resumefl consideration of
the general salaries bill and finally ,
after an Interesting light , during which
several amendments were defeated ,
recommended It for the general Hie.
The exception is that the bill pro
vides that state officers shall open at
8 a. m. and close at 5 p. in , instead
of opening at 0 a. m. and closing at
fi p. HI. The farmer legislators ob
jected to the short hours in the light
of the fattening pay envelopes.-/-
Amendments offered and agreed to ,
which stuck , are Increase of $3,000 per
annum of teachers' fund nt Peru nor
mal ; Increase of principal's salary , at
Wayne normal from $2,500 to $3,000 ;
same increase for principal at Chad-
ron normal and Increase of teachers'
fund at both schools aggregating $2-
500 per year each ; Superintendent Or-
thoepedic hospital raised $200 per an
num ; matron at institute for blind
raised ? 100 and teachers' fund raised
f 1,000 per annum ; teacher * * ' fund nt
feeble minded institute raised $1,000
per year. An effort to raise the coun
ty treasurer examiners from $1,500 to
$1,800 per year and the state veteri
nary from $1,800 to $2,000 were both
The Fremont normal school pur
chase bill carrying an appropriation
of $130,000 was recommended for tb
general file and placed there.
The house also recommended for
passage H. H. 281 carrying an appro
priation of $20,000 to codify the atntu-
tes of Nebraska by a coinmisBlon of
In the senate S. F. 4\ \ , relating to
irrigation In western Nebraska , wan
In the senate the following Mils
were recommended for the general
( lie :
S. F. 30 , fixing the maximum school
lo\y In towns and cities nt ' < > ' > mills.
S. F. 87 , giving telephone and tele
graph companies the right to condemn
property for right-of-way.
S. F. SJ.VJ. fixing ri penalty for wire
A NEW SENATE FILIBUSTER
Democrats Prevent Vote on Tariff
Board In Session Till 1:32 : a. m.
Washington , March 2. Another nll-
night endurance test in the senate
.seemed in prospect at 1 o clock this
morning on the permanent tariff board
bill , the democrats taking the initia
tive in refusing to let the- measure
come to n vote or fixing a time for
voting. Adjournment was taken , how
ever , at 1:32 : a. m.
Approve New Mexico Constitution.
Washington , March 2. The house
gave Its formal approval to the consti
tution of New Mexico , The constitu
tion of Arizona has not reached Wash
ington and will not bo acted on until
the next session of congress.
Beatrice Institute Bookkeeper Resigns
Beatrice , March 2. T. E. Stewart ,
bookkeeper at the Institute for thu
feeble minded , wha served during
Governor Sballcnbergor's administra
tion and was re-appotnted by Governor
Aldrich , resigned yesterday. The gov
ernor has appointed C. P. Underwood
of this city , engrossing clerk of the
' house of representatives , aa his suc
More Nebraska Town Population ! .
] Washington , March 8. The census
- bureau announced the population of
- the following Nebraska cities :
Place. 1910. 1900. 1890.
- Holdrege 3,030 3,007 2,601
McCook 3,765 2,445 2,340
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