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THE NORFOLK WKKKLY NEWS-JOURNAL , FRIDAY , MARCH 31 , 1911.
Little Boy Dadly Hurt.
Utllo G-ycnr-old John Moulton , son
of Mr. and Mrs. It , A. Moulton , 140S
Norfolk uvcnuo , who was Injured Frl
Uny n\rM \ by honuu moving apparatus
WHH operated on by Doutora Sailer mul
lloldcn at noon Saturday , after a con
HUltatlon between the physicians , wlu
decided that the operation wan neeen
oary to Have the boy's life. At 1
o'clock the lad wnH still under the In
lluuncu of the chloroform , but his fa
tiior declared the phyRlclans had hopoi
for bin recovery If Infection does noi
not in. The wound In Hovere , ways Mr
Moulton. There are two largo frac
It was at DrHt believed the boj
would bo taken to Fremont for tin
operation. The accident to the boj
ban not been thoroughly Investigate !
by Mr. Moulton , who says that as netv
as ho can learn , the horses wore , bolni
detached from the moving upparatui
when a collar or BoinethltiK tense wai
Buddunly released , striking the boy 01
the head. The tongue , says Mr. Moul
ton , may Imvo struck the boy also.
The accident happened about i
o'clock In the evening when the horse ;
which were used In moving a house
were unhitched. A collar on ono o
the horses , Mrs. Moulton says , strucl
her llttlo son on the head , rcuderini
About twenty boys , says Mrs. Mou !
ton , were playing around the old hous
which nt 6 o'clock had rcache <
Twelfth street and Madison nvenuc
When the horacB were detache
from their crane , a collar utruc
little George , who was standing n
one side , throwing him some dli
( ance. Ho was rendered uncor
sclous , and carried into a nearly res
denco and the physician called. A
examination showed the skull bad !
fractured and that the brain was o
Mr. Moulton is a prominent trave
Prejudice , which Bees what it plea sea
cniinot sec what la plain. Anbrey di
Twelve True Bills Are Returned.
Madison , Neb. , March U5. Spools
to The News : Twelve indictment
were returned by the Madison count
grand Jury , which ended Its work tin
adjourned at 8 o'clock last night.
Sheriff Smith has not yet served an
of the warrants , so that it was in
possible to learn authoritatively wli
are the persons indicted. Under tli
law , this information Is secret unt
the sheriff has served the warrants.
It is known , however , that some
the prisoners now in jail have bee
indicted , as well as some Norfolk pe
pic. Indictments are said to ha\
been returned against Mrs. Steh
against Slavln , the self-confessed Me
dow Grove bank robber , and again
the thief who stole silk from the K
It Is believed Norfolk resortkeepei
have been Indicted , and that an i
dictmcnt has been found in conne
tlon with the "blind pig" at Norfolk.
The grand jury recommended th
the county jail be wired for electr
lights , that a bathroom bo install !
and that an addition bo built to tl
The grand jury found the jail
sanitary condition and the food goo
There is danger in case of fire , t
cause of only ono exit.
The Oxnard hotel in Norfolk w ;
the only hotel coming under the firm
Jury's jurisdiction. It was found th
fire escapes lead from guest rooms i
stead of from hallways and that slg :
pointing to escapes are insufficient
lighted as are corridors , and there a
no alarm bells in upstairs hallwa ;
to arouse guests in case of fli
These improvements are recommer
The Bullet Taken Out.
Josef Kohout , the Rushvlllo Bol
mlan farmer who was held up a
shot by one of two bandits last Tin
day night , was operated on at Oma
yesterday and the bullet which plerc
bis neck from the left side was fou
near his chin. From Omaha com
the report that Kohout is recoverii
In the meantime Mrs. Katerina I
bout has let it be known that she
not Kohout's sister , but is the wife
Kohout's cousin , who possesses t
Her husband , she says , is living
Prague , Bohemia , with her son who
but 14 years old. She came to t
United States about eight months a
and her husband promised to foil
her if she found she liked it he
Only recently , however , she receh
a letter from her husband , who s
says is a habitual drunkard , and
has refused to come here for fear
would be unable to secure enoii
Plenty to Drink Here.
"I have written him telling him tl
there Is plenty of whiskey in Amer
and that if be would come here t
work he would get plenty to drln
says Mrs. Kohout.
In explaining why she accompan
her cousin in the emigrant railn
car , she says she consented beca
Kohout promised her $300 at the <
of the journey and that would hi
been a good start for her and her I
"When I was still at Rushvlllt
had decided to go to Oregon on a I
scnger train , but Kohout told mo to
In his car because it would not be
lonesome and then he said it would
better in cose something happened
him. His wife begged mo not to
company him that way , but ho Im
ed , so wo told the people I was
bout's sister , because I had the si
name , and Kohout made me I
among the chickens and other tbi
in the corner of the car , where t
found me Tuesday night. It was
fully hard and I was very tired. W
Kohout comes back I will travel
remainder of the way by passer
Mrs. Kohout is now at the Dan I
residence at tbe request of Mrs. E
who speaks Bohemian.
Pleasures of the Week ,
lion. John 11. Hays entertained a
do/.en Intimate men friends at a din
ner and smoker in the Oxnard hotel
last night. The dinner , which was de
lightful In every detail , was served at
7 o'clock. With the place-cards , each
guest found a red carnation for the
buttonhole. Tbe table was prettily
decorated with llowors for the occii >
slon. Mr. Hays has been a retddcnt ol
Norfolk for twenty-live years and he
took thin delightful method of merely
expressing good will to a few of the
friends whom he has been associated
with all these years.
Mrs. I * . A. Shurtz entertained a com
pany of twenty ladles at a pretty 1
o'clock luncheon on Thursday. Tin
guests were seated at small tables am !
eorvcd to a dainty three-course lunch
Five hundred was enjoyed during tin
afternoon. The high score went U
Mrs. S. F. ErBklne and the all-cut tc
Mrs. M. A. Prance. Mrs. ShurU was
assisted in serving by Mrs. ltandkle\
and Mrs. Gutzmer.
Mrs. O. It. Hyde was hostess to th <
neighborhood Kensington on Wedncs
day afternoon. Mrs. Shultz and Mrs
Sturdcvnnt were outside guests. Mrs
Shultz has a beautiful voice and sani
charmingly for the guests. At i
o'clock Mrs. Hyde , assisted by Mrs
Sturdcvant , served a tempting supper
Mrs. Cora A. Keels entertained a
luncheon in the early part of UK
week Mrs. H. II. Mohr , Mrs. Uouglm
Cones , Mrs. W. II. Powers , Mrs. A. 1.
Brando , Mrs. M. Inheldor , Mrs. Polil
man and Mrs. Berg of Pierce , and Mrs
Keiper of Los Angeles , formerly o
Pierce , and Mrs. I. Power * of Norfolk
Mrs. F. B. Miner entertained th
members of her bridge club on TUCE
day afternoon. Mrs. A. S. Gillette am
Miss Martha Davenport were guest
of the club. Mrs. Miner served a daii :
ty refreshment at the close of th
Mrs. A. B. Baldwin entertained th
ladles of Trinity guild on Thursda
Carl Ilandklev entertained a con
pany of friends last Saturday evening
Miss Mellie Bridge returned froi
Lincoln Wednesday evening , wher
she attended tbe annual banquet i
the Delta Gamma sorority.
Mrs. J. S. McClary went to Fremor
on Thursday for a short visit with he
daughter , Mrs. L. M. Keene , Jr.
Mrs. Lawrence Bruner of Lincol
is in the city visiting with Mn
Mrs. C. J. Bullock is visiting in Cb
C. S. Bridge will entertain the Wei
Side Whist club next Tuesday evening
Chinese Plague Death.
Amoy , China , March 25. Eleve
deaths from bubonic plague and si
deaths from smallpox were reporte
within the city during tbe past tv ,
Jury in Antelope.
Neligh , Neb. , March 25. Special
The News : A grand jury has bee
called for Antelope county to meet
this city the ilrst week in May. Tl
Investigation of the death of Ne
Pedersen in the southwest part of tl
county last August will bo ono of tl
important duties of this special jui
to determine. Leu Grcggerson hi
been charged with the crime and
now out on bail on second degree mi
It is reported that other investlg
tions are booked for this jury , but tl
nature thereof at this time makes
impossible to give anything but her
The regular jury is called for tl
second week in May and it is expei
ed that several important cases w
bo disposed of before any report
the grand jury Is made.
Charles Burdick is still confined
the Antelope county jail charged wi
stealing a team of horses from Per
Jones. For some unknown reason
has as yet not had a preliminary hei
ing. The officials are not giving c
any details , and fall to give any sat
'actory statement why the delay
Missouri Valley Indoor Meet.
id , Kansas City , Mo. , March 25. T
t hundred and fifty athletes , represe
Ing most of tbe important colleges
3d the Missouri valley , will compete
id the annual indoor track games' of t
50 Kansas City Athletic club in Convi
idTO tion hall tonight. The Chicago A
TO letic association and the Missouri A
ISis - letlc club of St. Louis , also have tea
entered. The 440-yard dash , regard
as the most important event on
isgo night's program , will bring togethei
go field of thirty. The race is regard
so as being between E. J. Lindberg , C
bo cage A. A. ; Porter Craig , Kansas C
to A. C. ; H. H. Otto , Chicago A. A. , a
1C- A. C. Lemon of Mornlngsidc college
Out In the Nineteenth.
node Sheridan , Wyom. , March 25. M
do rice Thompson of Butte secured '
gs decision in twenty rounds over Pe
ey Jensen of Denver , known as Battl
.w Dane. The crucial moment for Jem
en came in the nineteenth round , wl
ho he seemed at the mercy of his opp
; er ent , but came back gamely in
ue , Kllbane Outclasses Attell.
Cleveland , O. , March 25. Join
Kllbano of Cleveland and Monte At
tell fought a ton-round exhibit Ian con
test here. Ilcfereo Waiter Kelley declared -
clarod the bout a draw. Kllbano
throughout the fight , however , seemed
to have Attell outclassed and was
wonderfully fast. Both men were on
their feet and lighting hard at the
The f ftmoun b autlcB of the world are
wlso when they leave no portraits of
themselves. Take Marguerite of Va-
lots. She was an immoral , dishonorable -
able , criminal , Hcbemlng , unscrupulous
vllliiliifss. but nbo was dowered with
auch cbiirm thiit there was not a jailer
or an i-neiuy Rhe could not charm when
ho tried. No , nor a woman not oven
the wire * of her lovers. Men cnrno
rein every country , taking year long
ourueyu , ( inly to nee her nnd went
way. nft r a little glimpse , saying
: iey bad "nt-en loveliness Itself. " Then
ne sees her portraits. Too much fore-
end , not ( MinuKh eyebrow , n straight
one nnd expreRrive mouth ( In ono pic-
tire n lovely mouth- ) and that la nIL
Wary , queen of Scots , was very lovely
three kingdoma battled bccnnne of
cr benuty and yet her pictures leave
ne cold. Foucbe said her portrait
bowed every trait of the lowest dim-
mi ) type. That \v s before he knew
ofe picture bo criticised. London
Welcome Balllnger Home.
Seattle , March 25. Richard A. Bal
nger , former secretary of the interior
cturnod home from Washington am
, vas given a rousing welcome , by bii
'ellow ' townsmen. Ho was met at th <
rain by a committee of citizens head
d by Mayor Dilling and by n com
littee representing all the clubs am
ommercial organizations of the city
\s Judge Ballinger entered the mail
orridor of the railway station he wa <
onfronted by a crowd of business an <
irofessional men. ' The gatberlni
iroko into cheers and then followe <
vlth organized yells and songs. Mi
Balllnger was visibly affected.
CANADIAN COAL MINE STRIKE.
Men in Sixteen Mines Vote to Qui
Work Situation to be Serious.
Winnipeg , Man. , March 25. Miner
n sixteen coal mines in Southern A !
terta and southeastern British Colum
bia have voted to strike on March 31
Tbe closed shop and check-off syster
were the cause of the trouble. Th
trike , it is said , will last at least
month or six weeks and by that Urn
here will be very little coal in th
CAMORRISTS PREPARE DEFENSI
The Informer Showed Great Clevei
ness in Telling His Story.
Viterbo , Italy , March 25. The a
.orneys for the defense Hocked to th
Sanata Maria in Gradi today to coi
suit with their clients on the counte
ittack to be made on the Informe :
Oennnro Abbatemaggio , when the trir
of tlie thirty-six Camorrists is resume
With a fine show of indignation , th
accused declared that when permitte
to speak they would refute their fo
mer associate's "inventions. " Durin
the recital they said they had con
Dosed themselves with great discretio
in order not to disturb the serenity (
the court which certainly must evei
tually acknowledge their innocence.
Abbatemaggio's cleverness in telllri
his story yesterday filled the Came
rists with rage. Posing as a penitei
of need to give his life in expiation <
bis crimes , the informer made a dec
impression and the lawyers for the d
fense today decided on a long list <
questions to be put to him on cros
examination in the hope of discredi
ing bis testimony.
The priest Cierro Vltozzi , during tl
conference with his Lawyers , deliverc
to the latter the memoirs which 1
has been occupied in preparing durit
his confinement. The memoirs co
tain a repetition of matters alreac
known , an attack on the jailers at N
pies , who are described as "worse the
those of the inquisition , " and wind i
with an eulogy of authority. His who
life , he. says , has been devoted to "r
claiming lost lambs to the fold. "
TRUSKETT IN OWN DEFENSE.
Aged Kansas Will Take Witness Star
in Murder Trial.
Independence , Kan. , March 25. A
torneys for A. A. Truskett , the agi
Caney , Kan. , business man on trial f
killing J. D. S. Neligh , a milllonal
oil man of Lima , O. , said today Tri
kett would take the stand either la
this afternoon or Monday to testify
his own behalf.
The court today sustained the t
fense's motion to strike out that pi
tion of the state's opening stateme
which declared It would bo prov
Truskett confessed to the Caney cl
marshal. The defense then began t
introduction of its witnesses.
SOUTH DAKOTA AT A GLANCE ,
, , C. Gettysburg has a new postofll
The Odd Fellows are organizing
lodge at Mclntosh.
Tripp county recently has suffer
severely from prairie fires.
Milbank is looking forward to
building boom this season.
Robert Bruce of Fort Yates is t
ing to organize a band at McLaugbl
A. B. Parker , sr. , an old reside
died at his home in Elk Point ycst
Timber Lake business men are t :
ing steps toward the incorporation
10 that town.
sr The Young Men's club at Milba
srg erect building for a :
srm > plans to a gym
; n Rapid City weather sharps rep
n- the mildest winter on record in tl
nie part of the state.
J. W. Hamilton has assumed
duties as superintendent of the Sta
ing Rock Indian reservation ,
ly D. O. Haxelrigg , who has a rar
near Harrold , will plant four Rcrei
with watermelons thin year.
Miss Esther May of Lead was seri
ously injured as a result of the acci
dental discharge of a revolver.
Herreld , which has managed to wor
ry along for several years without i
lawyer , now has two members of the
8. M. Howard of Gettysburg has per
fected an "aquaplane" which is ox
pectcd to revolutionize aerial nnd wa
Congressmen Burke and Martin have
sent word to their constituents thai
additional rural routes will bo cstab
llshcd In the state.
Under instructions from Adpt. Gen
Engelsby , Company L , South Dakoti
National guard , has started recrultlui
to Its full war strength of seventy-five
men.Tho body of William M. Anderson
aged 25 , was found hanging on tlu
limb of a tree on a farm about a mill
and a half from Rowcna. Ill healtt
caused the suicide.
After shooting and killing Wllllan
Ormtston , a sheep herder , north o
Buffalo , Leon Elliott , a 16-year-old boy
went home and went to bed. A cor
oner's jury hastily summoned fount
no evidence of a felony.
While making repairs at the plan
of the Consolidated Power and Ltgh
Co. at Pluma , Carl Hultman , a carpec
ter , aged 30 , brought a crowbar li
contact with high current wires am
received 11,000 volts , killing him in
J. W. Bnrnum of Wltten was in th
Mrs. Mylio Howard , who has bee :
vlaitlni : with her mother , who ha
been ill , at Battle Creek , has returbo
to her home in Colorado.
George N. B els returned from
trip to Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Slaughter e
Dallas were visitors in the city.
Herman Raascb of Stanton was I
the city visiting with W. L. Lehman.
Charles A. Henderson of St. Pau
Minn. , is in the city transacting bus
ness.Mrs. . W. T. Shiveley went to O'Nei
to visit with her mother , Mrs. J. 1
Miss Nellie M. Giles of North Bent
Neb. , is in the city visiting with Mis
C. B. Ocumpaugh.
Rev. John Witte has gone to Ci
lorae , S. D. , where ho has some ml
slon work to perform.
C. S. Hayes returned from Cede
Rapids , la. , where he attended tb
funeral of Mrs. A. C. Taylor , wife (
A. C. Taylor , owner of tbe Taylc
block of this city. Mr. Hayes was a
companied from Omaha by Mr
Hayes , who was in that city visitin
with her son.
Henry Hanson , formerly of Osmoni
is in the city visiting at the home <
Orville N. Stukey. Mr. Hansen hi
been in this country for five years an
is returning to his home in Hambur
Germany. Mr. Hansen will leave c
the steamship President Lincol
N. J. , next week.
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. Leo. McCa
rigan , a daughter.
Victor Merha has accepted a tei
porary position as tailor in the P.
Miss Nona O'Brien has resigned h <
position as bookkeeper and stcnogr
pher in the office of Dr. P. H. Salt ?
The first artificial ice for this seasc
was turned out Thursday afternoo
150 cakes weighing 300 pounds eac
being manufactured during the nigt
Jesse G. Grove , a Northwestei
brakeman , is suffering from a bad
injured finger as the result of an aci
dent at Pierce while uncoupling cai
George B. Christoph has been a
pointed a member of the resolution
committee for the Woodman of tl
World camp meeting which is to 1
held at Hastings , Neb. , next month.
George E. Drees , who sold his d
goods store at Witten , S. D. , was
the city enroute to the Cheyenne re
ervation , where he will take charge
a store which IB now conducted by b
Work has commenced on the co
struction of the Ed Hans modern bu
galow on Braascb avenue. Tbe o
house is being moved to tbe rear
the lot. The new building will co
sist of seven rooms.
Mrs. P. H. Davis , after a stay
J only a few days here , baa again i
turned to Newport , Neb. , where h
mother , Mrs. J. H. Berry , is very i
1 From the latest reports it is learn
that Mrs. Berry's condition is ve
Superintendent Fred Fulton of t
a gas company reports the installati
u of the new 5,000 foot gas compress
lias been completed in the gas pla :
The old compressor was too small I
the increased capacity of tb.e pla
says Mr. Fulton.
The Kohout emigrant railroad c
y which was held up last Tuesday a
e was transferred from tbe Northwe
ern switch yards tc .Je Union Pacl
yards , was again taken back to 1
Northwestern switchyards because
the refusal of the Union Pacific cc
pany to accept the car.
Eleven members of the Nebras
Telephone company's construct !
force arrived in the city from Fremi
yesterday. Among the employes a :
J. M. Slaybaugh , C. W. Platt , A. 1
ley , E. Rutbahan , E. A. Boline , J.
Cuchan , George Brewer , J. J. Cam
W. K. Johnson , R. R. Laughlin , Fi
E. Brandenberg , colored , who v
arrested for being drunk and fight
on North Eighth street and was la
found guilty and fined$7.10 in Jui
Eisoley's office , called on tbe jui
Thursday afternoon and surprised 1
by paying | 7 of bis fine. Brandenb
was released by the judge after he 1
promised to pay his fine Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Krantz and U
son have returned from the west
coast , where they spent the win
Is with friends and relatives. Amid
dthe ! cities visited were Spokane , Si
; tie , Portland , Sacramento , San Fi
ill' cisco , Los Angeles and other cc
Itlcfl. During tholr stay in the weet
Ir. Krantz reports meeting n number
of old-timo Norfolk people. Mr. Krantz
B favorably Impressed with thu west
E. V. lluliic , the Northwestern
irakcman who sustained n broken ando -
do and other injuries when bo was
knocked from a freight car in the Fre
mont yards , has recovered sufficiently
o bo able to travel , and reached borne
Thursday night. Mr. Hulao Is able to
walk about with the aid of crutches ,
and although bin left leg Is still in its
plaster of parts cast , it IB believed be
vlll suffer no serious effects from bin
experience. Mr. Hulac was accomprv
nled from Fremont by his brother ,
The basement of a private residence
s the latest place in Norfolk for young
couples to use > as a lovers' lane. A
resident on South Eighth street last
light was awakened by some ono en
crlug bin basement. Looking out ol
ho window ho saw n young couple
enter the basement door from the out
side. Ho did not take the trouble tc
disturb them and watched them ae
they left , not long afterward. The
next morning a valuable lady's pocket
book with several letters was found by
ono of the family.
PROBE AMERICAN EXECUTIONS.
State Department Looks Into Report
of Seven Men Shot to Death.
Washington , March 24. Taking cog
nlznnco of the press reports that foui
Americans bad been executed byMcx
lean soldiers in Chihuahua and foui
others at Agu Pricta , the state depart
ment today instructed the Unite (
States counsellor offices in the vlclnit ;
of tbo two places to investigate tbi
The consulate at Chihuahua was In
structed to inquire into the report tha
John Hamilton Dlngnowlty and throi
other Americans had been shot ti
death at Chihuahua under the order
of a Mexican courtmartial. The consu
at Nogales will investigate the report
ed execution of four Americans in
eluding Adams , Howard and Shanlc ;
after having been captured with th <
insurrectos at Agua Pricta.
State department officials today ar
nounced they had no official In forme
tion of tbo reported excursions.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY VOID.
New York Law , Based on Englis
Statute , Is Unconstitutional.
Albany , N. Y. , March 24. The wort
men's compulsory compensation lav
passed by the legislature last yeai
which provides compensation to wort
men injured in certain specified dai
gerous employments , regardless of th
employers' negligence , was declare
unconstitutional by the court of a ]
The court holds that the act d <
prives the employer of his propert
without due process of law.
The law was modelled on the Eni
lisb workmen's compensation act c
1897 , which has since been extended t
cover every kind of occupational ii
Bennett Company Branches Out.
The Bennett company is just clog n
: s second successful year in Norroll
nd while in the city on Thursday V
I. Robinson of Omaha , the company
; eneral manager , signed a lease o
be present store building for anotht
ear. II. S. Thorpe , the local mai
ger , states that some alterations an
mprovements in the store are conteu
lated and that the company's bus
less in Norfolk and northern Nebra
is to be pushed more vigorous !
ban ever. Additional South Dakol
erritory has been added to that a
eady operated from the Norfolk stor
making this the largest and most ir
portant branch bouse the Bennett cor
Getc Building Contract.
Washington , March 24. J. H. Weis
jf South Omaha , Neb. , was the lowei
f ten bidders for the contract <
erecting tbe new federal building ;
Bellingham , Wash. , bis bid being ? 20 !
Howard to Fight Jlmmie Cain.
St. Joe , March 24. Eddie Howar
he St. Louis lightweight , has bee
matched with Jimmio Cain of Sioi
ity for a six-round go before the R
> ldoux Athletic club hero March 28.
At the same time Tommy McFa
and , the Chicago lightweight , wl
iox with Jake Barada of South E
11 Joseph , for fifteen rounds.
y The Brltton-Barada match scheduli
or St. Joseph , March 28 , has been ca
Negroes Enter Canada.
Winnipeg , March 24. The party
negro immigrants from Oklahoir
who have been detained at Emersi
for the last two days , were passed '
Hie Canadian medical inspector a :
left for Winnipeg. They will be nu
ed through to Edmonton with tin
effects without delay. Ono recn
that joined them in St. Paul was
Jected and sent back.
Emperor Off to Corfu.
Berlin , March 24. The emperor a
in empress started for Corfu. They w
visit Vienna on tbo way. It Is und
stood that their stay in Corfu will
more quiet than usual , owing to t
need of the emperor of rest and
cuperatiou after several attacks
IS Dakota Farmer Killed.
Ig Sioux Falls , S. D. , March 24. P
e Gould , a farmer of Splnk county , v
50 killed by being run over by a d
rg Fearful Vengeance On Federals ,
BIsbeo , Ariz. , March 24. Juan *
bral , leader of the insurrecto for
that are threatening Homos )
wrought fearful vengeance on feder
for shooting a courier who was s
March 13 to demand the surrender
the Chispas , according to a refui
from Canana who arrived hero.
.s He reports that Cabral enticed
force * of fifty federals Into the Hal
caora pass and that few escaped.
Last spring Cabral was forced tt
euvo Cauancti because of political ut
.onuices. At thu tlmo he said :
"You force mo to leave now , but 1
will come back. " Oabral Is reported
to be at the head of 700 men.
Resurrects Judiciary Dills.
Lincoln , March 24. The Ollln stot-li
yards bill was ordered engrossed foi
: hird reading by the house and will b <
passed unleus the sentiment of tlu
liouse changes before it is disposed of
The governor put the responsiblllt )
Tor stock yards legislation upon tlu
liouso by vetoing the Taylor-Dolezo
bill. The house Immediately set UK
Ollls bill as special order for the after
noon session , although committee bat
recommended for preparation and i
brief struggle resulted In victory foi
the Ollls organization.
Taylor and others tried to change 1
and cut out some of the more rostrlc
tivo features , but the efforts were witli
Governor Aldrlch submitted Ills rcu
BOIIS for not signing the Taylor bll
and the republican members stood sol
idly behind him on them , when itcami
to a voto. The governor pointed ou
that the bill placed tbo stockyard
under the control of the state rallwa ;
commission , whereas tbo commlsBloi
was created to control common cm
riers. Ho Bald that the Taylor bll
most certainly would bo knocked ou
by the courts.
The houflo rescued the two non-pai
tisan judiciary bills from tbo sera
heap of indefinite postponomonl
where it had thrown them. It place
the bills back on the general file.
The senate passed the followln
bills : S. F. 216 , providing that twc
story buildings shall have fire escapes
S. F. 24G , permitting school district
to secede from country districts who
they are joined to a city ; S. F. 38 !
permitting Lincoln to make an appn
priation to complete the Lincoln moi
The house agreed on a committee t
confer with the senate committee o
time for adjournment. The committc
consists of Nere , Leidigh and Fuller.
Ben Tillman Is Better.
Columbia , S. C. , March 24. Senate
R. B. Tillman , In response to a qucr
as to tbo state of his health , said tlu
he was feeling "entirely fine. " H
spent the day in fields on bis farm :
Trenton , S. C. , and says the counti
life is agreeing with him to an extei
that he feels better every day.
WON'T FIGHT THAT DUEL.
Two New Orleans French Editors Wi
Not Clash in Mortal Combat.
New Orleans , March 24. The e
itors of the French papers , the Be
and the Wasp , are not to engage1 1
mortal combat , according to a publ
statement made by M. DeBadonceli
editor of the Wasp.
"After consulting with friends ar
seeing no justification for blood , tl
Wasp declines the conllict as heir
without justice , " declared Editor D
Baroncelli. In consequence , Editi
Capdevllle of the Bee now says tl
proposed duel Is off.
MORE ACTIVE AT JUAREZ.
Mexican Troops Redouble Energy , A
ticipating an Attack.
El Paso , Tex. , March 24. The a
tivity of Mexican troops at Juarez w ;
continued today , the sentries havii
been doubled last night in expeetati <
of a possible attack by insurrectos wl
are known to be near the city.
In compliance with a request fro
Washington that American prisone
imprisoned at Juarez be given sai
tary quarters , municipal officers tods
had the Juarez jail whitewashed.
C. P. Converse of Glendora , Cali
has filed additional evidence that h
son Lawrence and Edwin Blatt
Pittsburg , now in jail here , were ca
tured on American soil.
He has forwarded to tbe state tl
partment statements of , county ol
cials , federal oificials , line riders ai
customs guards that what is call
Ancon , where Converse and Blatt a
said to have been captured , is in tl
United States and that the gover
ment has exercised defacto jurisd
tion of that territory for two years.
These statements were filed wi
the state department to controvert t !
statement of a Mexican official
Guadalupe that he considered Ance
De Guadalupe , Mexican territory.
"I will never stop fighting as leas
as Diaz is in power , or until wo a
granted free nnd unintlmldated s
Tins is said to bo the first pub
utterance of Francisco I. Madero , p
visional president of Mexico , since
was reported that peace negotiatlc
were under way.
C. Lynch , a refugee mining m
from the Casas Grandos country ,
authority for the quotation.
The assertion Is said to have be
inn do while Madero , Orozco and oti
insurgent leaders were guests at i
home of a mine superintendent.
CALLS THEM MURDERERS.
Madero Will Hold Mexican Official
sponsible for Deaths.
Washington , March 24. All persi
ie in any way connected with the I
mulgation or enforcement of the
) f cent suspension of constitutional gi
antees by the Mexican governm
will bo held personally responsible
homicides by the insurgent gov
ment , according to a decree of Fi
clsco I. Madero , the provisional pr
dent , issued through his represe ]
live here , Dr. Vasquez Gomez.
The decree sets forth that the i
pension of constitutional guaranti
as affecting the safety of human !
3SO is not lawful according to article
O , .of the Mexican constitution which i
Is vides for the suspension of const
nt tional guarantees in all cases exc
of those in which human life Is at sU
BO ( The decree contends that "no lav
] authority in Mexico can suspend
* constitutional decrees which ass
the lives of men , natives and foreign
ers , what over nmy bo tbo nation
Fire In Canal Zone.
Colon , March 24. A lleroo IIro de
stroyed iniiro than thirty IIOUHPH nnd
tln local tire department and the tire
forces from tbo canal 7om > had dllll *
cutty In checking thu lunu ! > s. An a
hint resort dynamlto whs used to blow
up suvoral buildings as tbo IliimcH
were creeping close to tin1 canal 20110
To Knln tlrosBoup , uon-rosiilent defendant
fondant : You are hereby notified Unit
on the 24Hi day of August , 1010 , Ho-
til-ecu GrosBcup filed a potItiou against
you in the dlntrlct court of Madltum
county , Nebraska , the object and
prayer of which are to obtain a dl-
vorco from you on tbo grounds that
you have willfully abandoned tu >
plaintiff ; for non-support , without good
caiiHO for moro than two yearn last
past , and for the ciiBtody of the minor
children , the Issue of Bald marriage ,
to-wlt : Pearl , age nine , and Clinton ,
ago twelvi ) years. You are required
to answer said petition nn or bfforo
Monday , the 21th day of April , 1911.
Rebecca GroBflCUp , Plaintiff
Notice of Probate of Foreign Will.
In tbo county court of Madison coun
ty , Nebraska.
To William Ely , son , Spencer Ely.
son , and Harriet Ely , daughter , and
all persona Interested In the will and
estate of Richard S. W. Ely , late ol
Whiteslde county , state of Illinois , do-
Whereas , Arthur II. Parsons , the
owner of northeast quarter of section
7 , township 24 , north range 2 , west of
sixth P. M. , In Madison county , Ne
braska , formerly owned by deceased ,
has filed In my olllco a duly authenti
cated copy of an Instrument purport
ing to bo the last will and testament
of said Richard S. W. Ely , deceased ,
and of the proceedings of tbo prolwto
thereof in and by the county court In
and for Whltcsldo county , state of Il
linois , and also his petition , duly veri
fied , praying that said Instrument may
be probated , allowed and recorded hi
this court us the last will and testa
ment of snld deceased , and for sucli
proceedings as the law requires.
It IK therefore ordered that the 14th
day of April , 1911 , at I o'clock p. in. at
thu county court room in Madison , In
said county of Madison , Nebraska , IB
the time and place appointed for hear
ing Huld matter , when all persons in
terested therein may appear at the
healing in the county court to b ( held
I in and for said county , and show
cause , if any tbero be , why the prayer
I of the petitioner should not be granted
and the said instrument probated , and
that notice of the pendency of paid
petition and the bearing thereon bo
given to all persons interested by pub
lishing a copy of this order in tbe Nor-
l folk Weekly News-Journal , a legal
weekly newspaper , printed , published1
and of general circulation in said
county , three successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court at my ollicu In the. city of
Madison , in said county , this 14th day
of March , A. D. 1911.
Win. Bates ,
( Seal ) County Jydge.
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