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TIIIC NORFOLK WHUKLY NEWS-JOURNAL , FRIDAY , JT.1NK ! > , 1011. I
Files From Rome.
Floine , Juno 3. Frey , the Gcnnnn
nntrnnt In the PnrlH-Home-Turln
- - nvlu-
lion rnco who IIIIH been tsnlled nt
I'lHii owing to the wrecking of his
innchlno , loft Hint city at 8:15 : o'clock
IhlH morning for Itoino but WUH fore-
IK ! to tlcHcciuI at MaccaniH. eight miles
from hero , owing to the deimo fog. It
H expected lie will resume hltt lllght
nt II o'clock thlH afternoon. Vldnrt
thin morning miccucdcd In repairing
the whig of lil.H neioplanu , hiokon by
u landing at Celclnn. about tlilrty-llvo
mlleH fiom 1'lHn and ho again ascended -
ed Hying In the dlioctlon of /Koine ,
wheie he expects to arrive early this
DICK FERRIS IS PRESIDENT.
Former Omaha Theatrical Promoter
Heads Republic of Lower California.
Tijuana , Lower California , Juno 3.
The ItiHurrootos at Tijuana Hovered
connection with the Mexican liberal
purty junta , elected Dick Ferris presi
dent of the new republic of Lower
California and decided to wait upon
( Jen. Pryco before choosing u new
general , Pryco to have the preference
If ho rctuniH. Ho Is expected Sunday.
FerrlH Is a promoter of Los Angeles.
Tills action followed an address to
the Insurrectos , who now number
about 1HO men by Louis lUites , a lib
eral chief. A new Hag and a consti
tution are being prepared.
Gen. 1'ryco went to Los Angeles tc
learn what become of the men ho sent
to buy ammunition and supplies. It
was not denied that the situation In
TIJunn was gloomy. The men were
out of ammunition and supplies were
nnld to be on the point of selling their
guns and quitting Lower California.
Omaha- Juno 3. Omaha , theater
goers of n few years ago will readily
recall Dick Ferris , llo was the head
of the Ferris company and n popular
lending man. Coupled with his then-
trlcal ability was a pleasing person'
ullty and a biislne8sw activity that
brought him to the top in theatrical
circles. lie directed the rehearsals
during the two years that ho starred
in the stock company and the mnn-
ageincnt of the troupe was practically
left to Ferris. Two ypnrs ago he hail
charge of the ritual put on at the Don
by the Ak-Sar-llen. This ritual was
worked out by Mr. Ferris with the all !
of T. W. McCullough.
During that year Ferris was prom !
nently Identified with the theatrical
productions put on nt the carnival. He
organized n stock company and wenl
to Minneapolis. The company did well
but not well enough for Ferris. II (
conceived 'tho Idea of using nutorno
biles to take his company from towr
to town and then ho went to Los An
geles , where ho engaged in the then
trical business. Ho took the compnnj
to 1'hoenlx , where ho played last sea
on. When the Mexican war brok <
out ho drifted back to the coast am
Into Lower California.
GARY TELLS OF DEAL.
How Steel Trust Stood Behind Mor
gan In 'the Panic of 1907.
Washington , June 3. Klbert H
Gary , chairman of the United Stee
trust company directorate , told tin
Stanley steel trust Investigating com
mlttee that his corporation stood be
hind J. Pierpont Morgan In nvertlni
disastrous financial upheaval in 1907
He Insisted , challenging the state
ments of John W. Gates before tin
committee , that the purchase by th <
steel corporation of the Tennesse
Coal and Iron company at that Urn
was made at the price more than i
was worth , for the express purpose o
preventing the crash of the New Yorl
banking firm of Moore & Schley.
Mr. Gary related a dramatic story c
the momentous events with which h
presided at the absorption of the Tei
nessee concern. Ho described In d <
tall how ho and Henry C. Frlck at th
Instance of Mr. Morgan had reveale
the plan of buying the company nt
prlcn greater than Its value to Pros
dent Roosevelt and Mr. Root , the
secretary of state. He told how h
had concluded after their interview
with Mr. Roosevelt that any goven
mont prosecution of their act woul
have been an "outrage. "
EXPECT NEW POLE VAULT MARI
World Champions to Compete In Atl
letlc Meet In New York Today.
New York , Juno 3. World's chnn
pious will compete in every event (
the New York Athletic club's nnnui
games here this afternoon. All tli
track and Held contests are handled
affairs and several records are expec
ed to fall under the tress to whle
the scratch men will be put to wl
tliclr events. H. S. Babcock of Coluu
tia university will try to set a world
mark over the Intercollegiate recoi
ho established nt Cambridge in tl
pole vault. Those who have wntcuc
his work sny they would not bo su
prised if ho cleared thirteen feet.
Was Revolutionary Move.
Managua , Nicaragua , Juno 3. Tl
explosion in the fortress of LaLon
Wednesday afternoon , which resultc
in the killing or wounding of n Inn
number of soldiers , was part of n co
tomplated revolutionary Invasion
Nicaragua , according to the stat
ments of ofllclals here. The ofllcia
sny the steamer Eureka , which clean
from San Francisco May 13 , was flll <
with munitions of war destined f
the revolutionists. It is reported tl
Eureka anchored Thursday at the li
and of Mnnguorn In the gulf of Fo
Keen. The government Is fully pi
pared for any move the revolutions
EX-CONVICT IS SHOT.
Former Nebraska Prisoner Mortal
Wounded at Denver.
Denver , Juno 3. Trailed to the
room , two highwaymen made a stm
Against three detectives last night ni
in the bnttlo which followed , one
the bnndlts , James Lynch , was pc
haps mortally wounded. Frank Im
companion of Lynch , wnn taken Intc
Doth admit holding up street cm
conductors and pedestrians recently.
Inco declares ho came hero wltl
Lynch about three weeks ago fron
Omaha nnd that Lynch Is an ex-con
vlet. having served a sentence In tin
Nebraska penitentiary. Inco Is 2 !
years old and says he Is a statlonnrj
A Joke Thnt Went Astray.
To lllu rriMi > tin' l -t that Mime PIT-
RODS tin1 dnlt ( of the Hcn e of humor
thN stnrv n > Kill ) nt n downtown
luncheon clul > - "I forgot to pay my
newsboy ln t night iitul when I saw
him this morning gave him the fi cent"
din him ami wild. 'I thought ever }
minute last night you'd send a collcotoi
for this1 "Nnw. not on your life : nol
If you owed me twlcwt ns much. ' Ar
hour later tin * lioy came to my olllcc
where he had never been before , wait
cd for mo and when 1 came said : 'Sny
I'm awful sorry yon thought I WOE
sore about de nickel. Ye needn't pnj
me nevei till ye want to , and nboul
Rcmlln' for It nix. ' I thnnkcd him. nnd
now for trying to crack n Joke 1 htm
secured a long line of credit" Mew
Contract for Depot Is Let.
The contract for the new Nortl
western passenger station and catln
house , at South Norfolk , has been le
and work will begin in thonear , future
The name of the contractor and th
price agreed upon for the work , hav
not yet reached the headquarters 1
The now station will stand prat
tically at the foot of Third street , It 1
officially announced. The platfort
will extend from First street wet !
across Third street It will bo sllghtl
north of the line upon which the prei
cut depot stands.
It was originally estimated the nei
depot would cost from $6fi,000 to $75
Big Banquet Is Planned.
A big "Get Together" banquet fo
the railroad men of Norfolk , the trai
cling men and nil citizens who are nc
already members of the Norfolk A
club , will be given at Norfolk Jum
tlon In the near future by the Ad clul
Everything served at the banquet wl
be made In Norfolk. This was one c
the things determined upon at th
meeting of the Ad club held last nigh
Other Important matters were take
up and action decided upon.
June 7 "Clean-up" Day.
Wednesday , Juno 7 , was designate
"Clean-up" day In Norfolk and a sp <
clal committee was appointed to mal <
arrangements for It. A cash prize wl
probably bo offered for the cleanes
yard in town. Upon this day all No
folk will be asked to clean up Its pren
ises , getting rid of such unsightly o' '
jects as tin cans , brick bats nnd tli
like , either In the yards or in tl !
streets. Details of the plan will I
Behind Paving Movement.
The Ad club got behind the pnvlr
movement now on foot , and the civ
improvements committee was instruc
ed to confer with all parties now cl
culatlng petitions , nnd to help them I
every possible wny to secure the ne
essnry signers and get petitions befoi
the city council ns quickly ns possibl
To Park Right-of-Way.
The Ad club also started a raov
inent townrd parking the rlght-of-w
of the Northwestern railroad from tl
city to the Junction. The matter wi
referred to the committee on civic ii
provoments with Instructions to tal
up the matter with the railroad ai
city officials to see what could 1
Thirty New Members.
The secretary of the club report *
thirty new members , making a tot
membership of sixty , with several hu
drcd more in sight
Committee chairmen were named :
follows , the chairmen to select the
own assistants :
Finance , C. J. Bullock ; advertlsin
P. H. Davis ; lire and police , Hermi
Winter ; street lighting , E. B. Kau
man ; membership , A. C. Smith ; inf (
nmtlon , H. S. Thorpe ; conventions ,
A. Huso ; good roads , W. A. Wltzi
man ; transportation , J. W. Dietrlc
manufactures , C. E. Burnhnm ; roti
Interests , S. G. Mayer ; entertaining
Otto Voget ; public amusements , G.
Carlson ; civic Improvement , W. 1
Wnsson ; nuditing , S. E. Martin.
M. C. Hnzen goes to Omaha Mondi
H. H. Miller returned from Llnco
Dr. A. F. Conery of Nellgh was
W. W. Wasson went to Battle Cre
Mrs. W. E. Taylor of Madison w
In the city visiting with friends.
Mrs. Harry Weissonsteln of Bat
Creek was a visitor In the city.
Miss Louise Schavland of Nowm
Grove Is visiting with Miss Dora F
C. E. Low , a Northwestern railro
employe , has moved to Scrlbner.
Jack Koenlgsteln returned fr <
Wayne. While there ho saw the Sti
ton ball team defeat Wayne.
Miss Dora Foraker , who has be
teaching in the high school here , v
return to her home In Welllngti
Kan. , tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huntington
turned last evening from Fort Dod
In. , where they had been to attend I
funeral of Mrs. Huntington's father.
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mead
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. Burt Scott
A new gasoline launch arrived
the city Thursday for N. Carstensen
John Boehnke has accepted a p (
tlon as truckmnn nt the NorthwesU
The Morris Social club will have
business meeting at Masonic hall
Jf 8:30 : June 3. A good attendance is
e , Mrs. R. Y. Appleby , her daugb
Mary and son Ray , who have been hero
for the past month visiting with Miss
C. II. Ocumpatigh , have returned to
their homo nt Portland , Ore.
O. L. Cnrlson hns just returned from
n business nnd Inspection trip through
the states of Kansas , Oklahoma nnd
Adolph Moldenhauer. who has been
suffsrlng much pain from an Infected
hand , Is better today. The wound wns
There will be initiation at the rcg-
alnr meeting of the Hebckah lodge
this evening. After lodge refresh
ments will be served.
A son of Rudolph Dreeson is suffer
ing from an Infected hand. The young
mnn had been suffering .from nn In
jury on the hand before the Infection
The household goods of Dr. H. T.
Holden were shipped to Omaha today ,
Dr. and Mrs. Holden nnd family leave
the city for their future homo nt Oma
ha this evening.
O. N. Mayllcld of Petersburg , Neb. ,
Is In the city and has decided to open
up a job printing shop horc. Mr. Mayfield -
field Is shipping his household goods
hero from Petersburg.
County Clerk S. R. McFarland pass
cd through the city on his way to Hot
Springs , S. D. , where he hopes to elim
Innto n Inrgo amount of surplus rheir
mntlsm from his system.
Secretary Truelock of the local car
pouters' union , requests the presence
of every Norfolk carpenter nt tonight's
meeting of the curpeuters' union In
the G. A. R. hnll. The state organlzei
Is hero to talk to the local carpenters
A surprise party was perpetrated or
Fire Driver Truelock Thursday night
A largo number of firemen nnd friends
of the now driver took the fire stntlon
by storm. A qunrtct furnished music. .
The visitors took refreshments wltli
After being In bed for n week ns the
result of being run over by nn nutomo
bile , William Berner , jr , 3-yenr-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Berner , Is ngnlr
able to bo out of the house and enjoj
playing with his companions. The lit
tie fellow has almost completely re
A petition is being circulated asking
the council to limit the number of sa
loons to the present number. The pe
titlon asks that the ordinance whlcl
passed the first reading of the council
letting in one more saloon , bo rejected
Members ofthe W. C. T. U. are circu
latlng the petition.
Dan Craven has printed an adver
tlsoment containing pictures of hh
seven children , labeled , "Seven rea
sons why I take In washing for a liv
ing. " Now ho has live reasons whj
he ought to be proud of those reasoni
for taking In washing. He has fiv <
children in school and not ono of then
had to take a single examination ii
order to pnss.
Norfolk will not celebrnte on July 4
The celebrating of the Fourth docs
not meet favor among locnl businesi
men , who look more favorably upon ;
fall festival. From reports receivec
by Secretary Ilulnc of the basebal
tenm , very few towns in this vicinlt ;
will celebrate. At a meeting of thi
Ad club Thursday night , It wns declai
ed that Norfolk people should atteni
Fourth of July celebrations given b ;
Directors of the Commercial clul
were busy today in conference will
G. Li. Carlson on 'the proposed nev
Carlson building in which the Cora
merclal club will have rooms , i
change in the plans of the Commei
clnl club business office is being mad
and n hot water heating system is t
substitute the proposed stove heatlm
plan. Mr. Carlson will probably hav
the plnns ready to hand to the cor
tractor within n few days.
Additional games have been booke
by Secretary Hulac of the basebnl
tenm. The feature of these , says th
secretary , will be Sundny's game wit
Creighton. Elgin comes here nex
Wednesday , and on Sunday , June 1.
Roy Bovoe will pitch for Pierce , whos
team comes here to endeavor to wres
victory from Norfolk. On Tuesdaj
Juno 13 , the champion nmnteur teni
of Whiting , la. , is scheduled to com
Seven workmen of the Wester
Bridge Construction company arrive
in the city Thursday nnd immediate !
after their arrlvnl began setting up th
pile driving machine , which will driv
the piles into the bottom of the Nortl
fork river for the new steel bridg
which will span the mill dam on Nort
First street. Two more men will t
ndded to the list In n few days. Count
Commissioner Taft wns n visitor i
the dam , Inspecting the preparntoi
Traveling men nrrlving from vnriov
towns In this territory have reporte
to Secretary A. W. Hawkins of tl :
Commercial club that they are recel
Ing requests for Norfolk booster bu
tons from business men of mnny sinn
towns. Mr. Hawkins hns 30,000 <
these buttons on hand and is ready 1
lo make distributions. In distributlr
these buttons , Mr. Hawkins reques
that they bo worn in public as mm
as possible. Air. Hawkins leaves ft
Lincoln to meet with the state rallwc
id commission next Monday.
Seven laborers of the' Craig Co
structlon company , nt work resurfa
Ing the Norfolk ' avenue pnvemer
went on a strike Thursday afte
noon. The men demanded more mo
ey , It Is reported , and when they sn
the work going on Just ns well as
they were "on the job , " they deman
ed their pay. This was not forthcoi
ing and Just n little difficulty wns e
perlenced by Mr. Crnlg , who told tl
men they could not get their wngi
until the regular pay day , which
next Saturday. The work Is progres
Ing satisfactorily , 30,000 bricks bell
rolnid since the work began.
in The Evans Fruit company has stai
ed business In real earnest in this cit
Sl- More thnn a cnrlond of fruit arrlvi
Slrn for the company yesterday nnd loc
merchants are patronizing the nc
company very well. Mr. Evnns Is ve
at well plenscd with the patronage of tl
le- local business men nnd declares 1
will start a man out on the terrlto
er In n few days. Mr. Ratcllff , of the fn
company , will occupy the house which
B to be vacated by Mr. lllngenhelmcr ,
215 KoetilgBteln avenue. The house-
mill goods arrived from Kansas City
'OBterdny. Mr. Evans la about dls
ouraged trying to find n dwelling
muse to rent
At a meeting of Beulah chapter No
40. O. E. S. , held last night , the follow
ng officers wore Installed to serve dur
ng the ensuing year : W. M. , Mrs J
: , . Lynde ; W. P. , M. C. Hnzcn ; A. M.
Mrs. A. C. Simmons ; secretary. Mrs
Jco. B. Chrlatoph ; treasurer. Mrs. E
1. Taylor ; conductress , Mrs. C. A
Sheeler ; assistant conductress , Mrs
3. StiH-key ; chaplain , Mrs. Shcrmni
Wllley ; marshal , Mrs. J. A. Shrlder ;
) rgnulHt , II. S. Thorpe ; warder. Mrs
F. A. Bryant ; sentinel , A. N. McGlnnlr
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levlno celebrate !
heir wedding anniversary Thursday
David Lovlne of Spokane , Wash. , i
brother of Abe Levlnc , was a visitor a
he Levlno home.
' . ] . W. Dlotrlck , local agent of the
Northwestern Railroad company , ii
running n clipping bureau In his olllcc
for the purpose of clipping out of locu
papers anything of Interest to hli
road. Mr. Dlctrlck , however , played i
| eke on himself when ho clipped fron
the paper the account of the photogrn
pliers who wore Impersonntlng them
selves ns employes of the Baker Con
structlon company. Instead of pastlni
the account of these fake photogra
pliers right side up , he turned it eve
md sent the clipping to General Trav
cling Agent Mellon , who was kept won
dorlng why a clipping with the accoun
of n change In President Taft's cab
inct should interest him. He returnei
the clipping with a letter which stntci
many reasons why a traveling man ii
much better off on a Northwesteri
passenger train thnn mingling witl
the cabinet of any nation. Mr. Diet
rick declares the joke is on him.
Cher ) Moya Wins Oakea Stake.
Epsom Downs , June 2 The Oakei
stakes of 5,000 sovereigns for 3-yeai
old fllleys , distance one inilo and i
half , was won today by Cherl Moya
Tootles was second nnd Hnlr Trigge
Twenty horses started , includlnj
August Belmont's Snndwlch.
Approve Declaration of London.
London , June 2. The Imperlnl con
ference which Is holding its session
at the British foreign office today nr
proved the declnrntlon of London am
passed a resolution fnvorlng Its ratlfl
Cornerstone Is Laid at Stuart.
Stuart , Neb. , June 2. Special to Th' '
News : On Wednesdny the coremon ;
of the cornerstone Inylng was carrlei
out nt the St. Boniface new enure !
building. The actual cornerstone laj
Ing wns preceded In the morning by
solemn high mnss at 10 o'clock. Th
clergy taking part in the high mas
were : Rev. E. A. Klemenz , Wes
Point , Neb. , as celeDrant ; Rev. A. Bin
bach , Bow Valley , Neb. , as deacon
Rev. J. Nepper , Rushvllle , ns sub-def
con ; Rev. Leo Blnere , Valentine , a
master of ceremonies. After mass
German service wns delivered by Roi
Win. N. Burger of St. Charles , Nel
This wasfollowed , by solemn benedl <
At 2:30 : o'clock in the afternoon th
penling of the church bell announce
the beginning of the cornerstone Inj
ing. Promptly nt this time the pr <
cession formed nt the school hone
and , headed by the marshal of th
Cnthollc Knights , proceeded to th
new edifice. The mnrshnl was follov
ed by the school children and fin
communicants. Then followed the S
Alnycius Young Men's society , St. A (
nes Young Ladles' society , membei
of the C. K. of A. , choir , mass servei
The ceremony of the cornerston
laying was conducted by Rev. M. 1
Cassady of O'Neill , Neb. , as rcpresei
tative of the bishop of Omaha , RIgl
Rev. Richard Scannell. Ho was a
slsted by Rev. Leo Blaere as deaco
and Rev. J. Nepper as sub-deacon , an
by the other clergy. Arriving at tli
edifice the service and clergy pr <
ceeded to the place designated for tli
altar by n wooden cross. ThereafU
1 the blessing of the cornerstone too
place ; then the blessing of the wal
of the church. This finished , the co
nerstone was raised In Its place by tl :
contractor , Mr. Jobst , and his or
ployes. The box containing the doc
ments relating to the cornerstone la
Ing nnd a few presont-dny coins ws
placed In position and after the cer
monies of the ritual wore carried 01
the stone was lowered.
After the cornerstone laying an En
llsh service was delivered by Rev. :
Munich of Madison , Neb. This clos (
the services for the day.
Among the clergy present were tv
former pastors of Stuart , Rev. :
Klemenz who attended Stuart In tl
earlier days from Atkinson and bul
the present old church , and Rev. .
Bernbach , the first resident pastor
St. Boniface church. The other cle
gymen present were Rev. Ed. Munlc
Madison , Neb. ; Wm. N. Burger of f
Charles , Leo Blnere of Vnlentlne ,
Nepper of Rushvllle , H. Locker , /
klnson , nnd present pastor.
Madison Takes Trade Trip No. 1.
Mndlson , Neb. , Juno 2. Special
The News : Eleven automobiles a
rylng fifty Madison Commercial cli
boosters left Madison on schedu
time for Newman Grove , the first sto
ping plnce. All the cnrs carried Inr
bnnners ndvertlslng the Mndlson con
ty fair , and In one way and nnoth
suggesting the enterprise of this ell
At St. Bornnrd , eighteen miles sout
west of Madison , the booster crov
wns met by a largo delegation frc
Newman Grove , who were also cc
voyed by automobiles and escort
the company to Newman Grove , who
after an address of welcome by t
superintendent of schools and the i
livery of the key of the city to Pro
dent Dlcrs of the Madison Commi
clnl club , dinner was served.
The boosters then proceeded to Llr
say and Cornlea. At the lattpr pin
II n dozen automobiles londed with cl
ens of Humphrey met the delegation
ud escorted them to their city , when
light lunch wns served , after which
11 witnessed n ball game between
lumphrey nnd Snyder. At fi o'clock
: ie delegation proceeded to Creston ,
liook hands with the business men of
int village and were back homo again
or supper. This Is but one of several
xcurslons which the Commercial club
us arranged for between now and
Hot In Southwest.
Kansas City , June 2. The local
veathor forecaster this morning pro-
Icted the temperature at some south-
vestern points today would reach or
ass that of yesterday when the ma * '
mum was 102 degrees nt Ft. Worth
Hid 101 at Enid , Okla. At 7 o'clock
ho thermometer at Kansas City regls-
ered 71 degrees , nt Wichita 76 degrees
groes , at Oklahoma lty 78 degrees
nd Fort Worth , Tex. , 70 degrees.
More Cotton This Year.
New York , Juno 2. The area plant
d to cotton this year in the United
States as estimated by the crop report
ng board of the department of ngrlcul
uro In the first crop report of tlu
, cnBon is about 104.7 percent of the
iron planted last year , or 35,004,00 (
lores , including thnt already planted
ind expected to bo planted. This lr
, n Increase of 4.7 percent or 1,58C,00 (
acres as compared with 33.418.00C
icres , the revised estimate of Insl
/ear's planted area. The condition ol
ho growing crop on May 25 was 87.f
icrcent of a normal condition ns com
iared with 80.2 percent that day Insl
BUCKNER PRAISED FOR WORK.
Secured Conviction of O'Reilly , Laying
Foundation for Settlement.
Lincoln , June 2. For his work lr
he Dan O'Reilly case In New Yorl1
3ity , Emory Buckner , son of Rev. nut
Mrs. J. D. M. Buckner of University
; llacc , is receiving much credit botl
rom eminent legal authorities In thai
city and from the dally press. Buck
ner , who Is a graduate of the state
university and who , while a studenl
icre , was manager of the footbnl
earn , has been assistant district at
orney of the federal service for soim
.imo past and In the O'Reilly case sue
ceeded In securing n conviction of th (
defendant for vnrious crlmlnnl prac
Ices. ExcoVpts from the New Yorl
Svening Mall tell the following rela
ive to the Nebrnskan's part in tin
It was Buckner who wrote the trla
irief on both the law and the facts it
, ho orlignal suit against the Sugai
.rust Ho nlso presented a large par1
of the evidence in this case in court
And so well wns his work perforrnec
that a verdict of $136,000 was brough
n against the trust It Is nlso con
ceded that the result of this trial lee
to the settlement by the Sugar trus
of all other civil claims , amounting t (
upward of $3,000,000.
"Following this successful work ai
an assistant district attorney in th (
lederal service , Mr. Whitman sent fo ;
Buckner and appointed him on hli
staff here. There was no political In
luuiiee behind the appointment , fo :
Buckner had no political friends. "
DR. HOLDEN LEAVES NORFOLK
Will Become Secretary of a Life In
surance Company in Omaha.
Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Holden and fou
children Mnrgnret , Doreen , Lysle nn <
Lillian leave this evening for thel
future home at 1115 South Thirty-sec
end street , Omaha.
In leaving Norfolk Dr. Holcten es
tends his heartfelt thanks to his man ;
Norfolk friends and declares he regrets
grots leaving the city very much. HI
feels , however , thnt the change fron
the constant night and dny dutle
which he has performed here for th
past fourteen years , will be of grea
benefit to him.
Dr. Holden wns born at Brighter
England , on March 28 , 1869. Ho re
ceived his education In the Engllsl
schools and for a short time attende
medical schools in England. He cam
to Nebraska from England twenty-on
years ago , entering the Ornnha Medico
college. He graduated from the Home
opathlc Medical school at Chicago 1
1897 and after a few months of prat
tlce In Omaha ho came to Norfolk 1
the same year of his graduation.
Ho goes to Omaha to become seen
tary of n life insurance company.
No Revolt In Honduras.
Celba , Honduras , June 2. By wlr <
less to New Orleans. No credence 1
given here to rumors of nnother revi
lutlonnry outbreak In Honduras. Th
report that martial law , declared las
week , broke oft a pretended Insurrci
tion movement along the Salvadorca
border , is erroneous. Martial law wn
proclaimed throughout the republic o
March 20 following the termination <
the rebellion led by General Manui
Bonilla. That order was Issued t
facilitate the re-establlshmont of peae
nnd hns not been rescinded.
Kansas Calling for Men.
Topekn , Kan. , June 2. Althoug
the whent will not be ready to ci
for two or three weeks , Kansas farr
ers have called for 12,000 harvei
hands. Charles Harris , director i
the state free employment bureai
said that the bureau expected to as
for from 15,000 to 18,000 men th
FRUIT TRUST IS ALLEGED.
Kansas City Man Says Eggs Ai
Stored to Keep up the Prices.
Kansas City , Juno 2. A temporal
restraining order seeking to oust tl
Kansas City Fruit and Produce e
change nnd to dissolve It ns nn nllegc
food trust may bo requested of Judf
A. F. Evans , special commissioner ta !
ing testimony at a hearing here , n :
'nounced Henry .lost , nsslstnnt pros
cution attorney , hero today.
This declaration came as the resu
of the testimony of S. J. Hurst , a mot
her of the exchange , after he had n
mltted on the stand that eggs are sto
ed to keep up prices. Merchants were
not In business for their health , ho
"If the inerchnntB did not store eggs ,
the prices would bo very low while the
big early spring and summer supply
was coming to the market , " ho ox-
"How about the consumer who haste
to pay the bills ? "
"We are not in business for our
health. " Mr. Hurst frankly admitted.
We try to sell our products for just
as much as wo l-an get for them. "
College Athletes There.
Minneapolis , Minn. . June' 2. Elimi
nation events for the eleventh annual
meet of the Western Inter-Collcglatc
Conference Athletic association weic
held this afternoon on Noithrup field.
Over 230 athletes , representing nine
teen colleges , arrived today and yes
terday to participate In the ollmlna
tlon events today and the meet pro
per tomorrow afternoon. Thcso lustl-
tuitions were represented : University
of Wisconsin , State University of lo
wa , University of Minnesota , Northwestern -
western University , University of 1111
nols , University of Indiana ; Univer
sity of Chicago , Notre Dame ; Soutli
Dakota Stnto college , University ol
Missouri , lowu Stnto college' , Ohlc
State university , Ohcrlln college- , Uni
versity of California , University ol
North Dakota , Kansas university , and
Coo college nnd Mornlngslde college.
Congressman Fights a Negro.
Washington , June 2. Rcpresentn
five S. A. Doddonberry of ( loorglti
cnme to blows with a negro In a streel
car last night. No great damage wiu
done by the combatants. The con
ductor and motorman also appeared
and offered to put the negro off the
car. A representative decided , how
ever , that Mr. Doddenborry had as
sorted himself vigorously enough te
teach a lesson and Intervened In the
negro's behalf. He was permitted te
remain on the car. No arrests were
Wage Dispute Settled.
Washington , June 2. An amlcnbh
adjustment has been reached bctweoi
the representatives of the cannon
bollermakcrs , blacksmiths nnd sheci
metal workers of the Southern rnilwnj
and other lines , according to a state
incut issued by the American Federn
tlon of Labor. The men are to receive
from one-half to three cents per houi
ndvance. The carmen are to receive f
two cents an hour advance , flat. Th (
bollermakers , blacksmiths and slice
metal workers are to receive approxl
mately the same increase. ThiB settle
ment affects about 7,000 men. The ap
proximnto ndvnnce in wnges Is more
thnn $1,000,000 per yenr.
To Probe Senator Stephenson.
Madison , WIs. , June 2. The so-call
ed Blnlno resolution declaring thai
Senator Isnnc Stephenson bought hh
sent in the United States senate am'
requesting that body to investigate
his election was recommended by the
senate judiciary committee last nlghi
for action. This resolution is n sub
stitute for the Hosing resolution Intro
duccd at the opening of the leglsln
tlve session , and Is more carefully
drawn and specific In Its charges.
Indians Want Lands Back.
Tucson , Ariz. , June 2. Several bun
Ircd well armed Ynqul Indians hav <
mobilized in the Jaqut river deltr
ountry nnd are demanding the resto
rntion of their lands , according to th <
statement of passengers on the trail
which arrived hero from Mexico.
Bristow , Neb. , June 1. Special ti
The News : Prof. E. E. Ericson am
Miss Ina L. Kramer , both parties o
Lhls city , were united in marriage yet
terday at Butte , the Rev. Mr. Dilloi
of the Methodist church officiating
The couple will make their home ii
Bristow , where Prof. Ericson Is prln
clpal of the schools.
Neligh , Neb. , June 2. Special t <
The News : The graduating exercise
of the Neligh high school wore heli
last evening nt the Auditorium , whlcl
was filled to the doors. The followlni
was the program :
Piano solo , Alice Mansfield ; vocn
solo , Miss Cochran ; Invocation , 1
Mr. Beach ; vocal quartet , Misse
Fletcher , Conery , Wattles , Mrs. E. K
Mellck ; commencement address , "Th
Market Place , " Dr. A. J. Northup , Lli
coin ; violin solo , Miss Carnes ; prei
entatlon of diplomas , C. L. Wattles
class song , class of 1911 ; benedictloi
Rev. T. C. Hinklc.
The graduates : Agnes M. Grahan
Bernlce Home. Elsie M. Bulmor , Ethe
D. LInton , Carrie D. Vesy , Mary Cai
neglteter , Earl R. Farbcr , Walter
Huxford , Bernlce M. George , Margare
A. Lewis , Alfred J. Sellery , Harold I
Fletcher , Ben T. Allison.
WOULD JAIL MUM BANKER.
For Refusing to Tell How Much Mone
Patrons Had In the Bank.
Springfield , Mo. , June 2. Followln
his refusal to give Information rognri
Ing the cash balances of certain d
posltors on June 1 , 1910 , W. B. Sni
ford , cashier of the Holnnd Rnnkln
company , was ordered committed I
the custody of the sheriff by the coui
ty board of equalization here toda ;
He was held to bo In contempt of tli
The order of the board was that h
be kept in jail until ho was willing t
answer questions asked him. The fi
Ing of a writ of habeas corpus proven
ed the order from being carried ou
The board adjourned until Juno 7 , an
by that time the case will have bee
tested In court.
TWO GET BROKEN LEGS.
Close Call From Death for Frenc
Army Officer and Passenger.
Hycrcs , France , Juno 2. Lieut. L
cicu of the French army and his pa
scnger M. Hennequln had a narro
escape from death today while n
tempting to conclude the first stage <
10 ParlB-Rome-Turln aornpliino racv. i/ i
nch man sustained a broken leg. The /i
eroplano was demolished.
Accuses Deputy Treasurer.
Dos Mollies , Juno 2 A. L. UhodeH ,
nder Indictment for attempted rob-
icr.v of the Polk countticnmiry sov-
ral weekH ago , yesterday lU'dureil ,
n the wltnoKH stand In the trial of
Janii'H O'Cnllahan. brother of Unhurt
O'Callahan , the Wi'storn League mag
nate , that the1 former deputy treasurer
opened the window to the treasurer' *
olllce so that he and bin comimnlontt
could mb the safe
Give Americans Hard Rub.
New York , June 2 The American
roup in the International polo gitmu
an given a likely shaking up by the
hallonglng English cavalry officers
vim , In tlm first of the nintchen for
10 trophy , outplayed and outhlt the
lendowbrook four for three-quarters
f the match , only to bo outridden by
ho defenders until the Bi-oro finally
teed 4Vj goals to 3 In favor of
As the AmcrlcaiiB were 5 to 1 fnvor-
tcs , the strength of the English team
stonlshcd the big crowd nnd the same
vns replete with thrills for the gre-at-
st attendance of expert pololnts over
ecu In this country.
The second match will bo played
Wants to Fight Johnson.
New York , June 2. Jack Johnson ,
vho will sail for England In a foxv
lay-B , has received a cablegram from
High MclntoHb , offering a big guar-
inty for a twenty-round bout with
lombardler Wells , the English heavy
velght champion. Johnson has not ac
opted but he Bays that when he at-
Ives on the other side be will agree-
o terms If tbeie ls enough money in
A Boxing Circuit.
Memphis , Tonn. , Juno 2. A boxing
Ire-ult of the manner of a vaudeville-
Circuit has been formed with Milwau
kee , Kansas City , Indianapolis , Mom-
mis nnd Now Orleans included , it wiu *
announced hero yesterday. It Is pro-
) oscd to route the boxers over this
circuit , guaranteeing weekly mntchoB.
i'ive lights nt least are guaranteed the
boxers In the event of winning.
Low Round Trip Fares.
Atlantic City , Now York , Boston and
other Eastern Summer Resorts dally ,
June to September Inclusive. Favor
able stop over privileges nnd liberal
Imlts. For particulars apply to Tick
et ngents , The North Western Line.
To Philip Senner , Non-resident Do-
You are hereby notified that on the
rd day of February , 1911 , Lizzie Sen
ner filed a petition agaliiBt you In the
district court of Madison county , Nebraska -
braska , the object and prayer of which
are to obtain a divorce from you on
ho ground that you have wilfully
ibandoned the plaintiff without good
nuse , nnd although of sufficient abil-
ty to provide suitable maintenance
'or plaintiff nnd her children you have
; roBsly nnd wantonly refused nnd nng-
ectcd to do so for the term of more
hnn two years lust past.
You are required to answer said
ictltion on or before T.Iondny , the 26th
lay of Juno , 1911.
Lizzie Senner , Plaintiff.
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