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JOURNAL ONi- YEAK
THKEE CIS. A "WEEK
TOLOE XXXVI. NUMBER I.
COLUMBUS. NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5, 1905.
WHOLE NUMBER 1 .746.
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nu'i .-.. .r? ttiat. lar.:- or.-?. Th--
jil'n'raall dej !: far exv-us thai
;f tLe lanre accounts. Don't hesitate.
' L rfo--. lo ojwn en account because of
lo . ...1C-5S.
The FirsB .National Bank
-; : ; :ir ie; -:' - :r'i cive tne::i
.4-;-r:.r. ". cr. c n.meace
'- u- tr-
Wiih tl.i- isre the Weekly Journal
. b-'itiJi? 5 J- sesond year under its present
. mam-tm-n:. Loiktnc back over that
j ril and :akmc not of the.Tonrnars
rrt.?rin w Tunid be verr ungrateful
not t- sinowledce our indebtedness
i- r t-as.! srowth to the enterprisinc
titn-iss men of Culumbus. and to
the loyal irieods on our subscription
h-r, war.is words of commendatmn
hcv-; enni:e-i us to atid many new
We t.k. no little undo ia pointing
out it. record ot the Journal's crowrh
from March SA.li. to March 23.1iH'Cl.
Or. M.ireb 3', VAK. the Journal car
r.x; it:.' Lew and ihr oiTers of adver
ri r tc abons K" homes On ilarch
4, :-", :rii- number was increased
tc !. ero!c:ve of the homes reach
-i by the Daily Jntirnhl.
-hi Zl.trca 3 '. !: :. thf Journal car
r! -; -:"- m.-hf- cf aisjlay cdverti-np
-..;. "-". 1 1 ii .-: of Io-r.1 advprtisin?. On
:a-.h :j, 1-j. the display adverti--j::'
in ine weekly Journal had prowa
t-. -- icshes and the local advertising
t . lines.
J- :i)-.-aius irKx! ihe readit. mat-t-:u
: be Joniual wasdonbletl. riviup
'- F-i-s'ie county rita-iers the largest
Tim- w -;. p-.r in lb- conntv and one of
v. - lirfet in the stare
Tr- Jcuroal owe its larr-dy in-'.a-vt.
Gi:nlauo:t to the open, indepen-
.-Ti j--.-:ti.,n i: has taneu en puouc
r;. " vor.s r.nd its news features which
i..kir interestlE-: to reader-in all
: ar-: - i f the ccanry
VL- ;clicios which have caused the
.T-rrini o crow ia the -xis: vear will
! : lioTed in the future and we so
. -it me same l.Ural co-oiera;ion from
our jarroa- in the future tuat has
:. up-u ciff.c us in the pr. t.
BrocK was also a candidate.
... fiad 4sM Milary of the city trfiisurer
.us- inlv .'iOi a year.
.. .. . t
' - h-re sterns- to be a consideiable
.. ?l-rin': vote in the Third ward.
:- V W-5 call ut-on the Telegram to apolo
.. '-vie to Judg,e Hensley and Israel
:Fo.r some unaeccuntaole reason Mr.
- D-Iikt'ns'Xi reca-tvei the republican
'vat;. "This, added to the unanimous
i BHiipK-: nf August Schack. pulled him
, : tarrmrb-
; ' ! the Third . ard had been there
: i. the .invs of Kosciusko to aHy them
J rlves -with rhe Poles a- they do now,
' " .,I'-!aad miitht have been saved from
.. rhe despotfing powers.
- -.Down iu th" First the snirit of old
.. T-ir.dieus of Warsaw stalked abroad
. ssc1 inspireci ais beroi" descendants.
' ixo r.v now Americans by choice, to
.-: te 'er earlv r.f often and straight.
.He was r.-sisre.; by the spirits of Old
King Com scJ Oil King Barley.
TJp in ibeThtrd ward the republican
'candidate for councilman. Mr. Zin-n-cker.
wu electeti by a flattering
majority, ne also uot the democratic I
vore, tliongii .- tln.j t nee-i it- --t.
S.i- .n a - ' ' re cr a few votes
t.. . :- !i '-. lh'-r car
nor t-: leen determined.
e from nas
Care of the Teeth
What is noticed more quick'.y and
aumired more than the teeth if they
r--weU cared for and what so
"reatry lessens one's personal charm
if tiey are neglected?
Tierewas a time when carelessness
in this particular was overlooked:
n-sw it i never eicnsable, for every
wl infnrm.l Twr?oii artDreciates tne
i Ja;t that well-kept teeth are not a
luxury, but -a positive necessity.
We use- only the latest painless
m-thods and guarantee satisfaction.
t Dr. J. E. Paul, Dentist.
Orcr XieBDhncr's ccr. 7Jx d OSre Sts.
iE. carper of Pri.
DZMOCF.iTJC CANDIDATE FOR
MAYCR GZT3 A MAJORITY.
HAS CVZR 24.CC0 PLURALITY
Victory is- Municipal Ownership of
Street Railways Defeat cf Rcpufc-
li:an Candidate Due to Many
Causes Election in Other States-
Chicag-.. April o A political tor
rado ot.rwhvlmt.-d on- of the most
rucs'dly unique leaders in the coun
try. Incidentally, the Republican
party met dtf.ai in a memorable tr
ior! to capture the
mayoralty of Chi-
caso. a- a direct result the citv i
officiallv .,ainiliied to the nclkv of
tLe qu:vk5t poss.'de cessation of pri
vate franchise for public utilities.
Mur.i'.ral ownership is especially
tJ.raita:r:u street car lines, valued
I rv -, ..tt rn:'l!("4";
Af- r winniii? successively four re
marLablt biennial nghts of independ
ents azam.-t the regular Republitan
party organisation. John Maynard
Harlan, sen of Associate Justice
Harlan of the supreme court of the
X"cit-d Slates, was a loser as a Re
publican candidate for mayor. The
defeat i? attributed to an extraordi
nary whirl of causes, starting with po
litical revenue and takinc in a wide
swe.-. embracing the most up-to-date
socialism as a factor. The victor is
Judge Edward F. Dunne (Pem.).
Seldom, if ever, has Chicago wit-r.-sed
a more lively, picturesque con
test. The city was hideous wiih the
ringing of cow bells and the rear of
canitoa eras kers.
Th- Republican candidate suffered
heavily from campaign attacks, charg
ing that he was a political assassin.
AlKred unworthy leaders of his own
party, who had ben thrust from of
fice and jviwer largely through Har
lan's aggressivtatss in previous cam
pa. gns. were eonsp.cuously rbsent
frm fcis rurport.
Judge Ihinne was elected bv a
of 2i.r4S. and received a majcr-
!:y of ?4" of all the votes cast. He
ni:-o h:'! the d.stincticn of receiving
th creaet vote ever cast in Chicago
f r a candidate for the e nice of mayor.
He was :vea 101.".9 vots out of a
total of 2-2-2.T.-.2 Mr. Harlan, the Re
publican can iidate. received 1CT.411:
Collins, the Socialist candidate. '2.
C2.:. and Stewart Pro). 2.rS-"'.
John F. Smulski. the Republican
candidate for city attorney, was re
elected over his Democratic opponent
by nearly lo.0 votes. Th other
candidates on th Democratic city
ticket were elected by pluralities
somewhat smaller than Judce Dunne.
Fredeick W. 31ocki was elected city
treasurer and Adrian C. Anson, city
clerk The new city council will prob
cb! be Republican.
Frank D Com rford. who was ex-
j je;v by 'h house of representatives
in the rresent I-cislature for failure
to susa;n rharste- of bribrv which
eler-o .r te i . '
.. -. C -.i
str.rt of Cuok
ELECTION RESULTS IN KANSAS
Democr-its Carry Kansas City, Kan.,
Kansas C:ty. April 5. Elections
were held in the larger cities of Kan
sas. The Democrats carried Kansas
City. Kan., and Leavenworth, this be
in:: a revolution and entirely unlooked
for in each case. Toptka elected the
William W. Rose Dern.) was elect
ed mayor of Kansas City. Kan., by
probably l.5'o plurality, defeating the
present Republican mayor. Thomas
3. Gilbert. M. A. Waterman (Ind.) and
W. J. Kelchner iSoc.). The election
aroused more interest than atiy pre
vious election in Kansas City. Kan..
and i was notable because of the ac
tivity of women voters- Of a total
registration of 15.000 voters. 5.0'V
were women, and the election of Rose
is due to the women.
Leavenworth elected Peter Ever
hardy (Dem.) mayor by 200 majority
over D. R. Anthony (Rep.).
FtrVy Ross Rep ) was elected
msyrr of W-.chita by a large majority
and the entire Republican ticket.
Case Against Devine Dismissed.
Arkansas City. Kan.. April 5. The
case cf the state against William De
vine, charged with assault with a
deadly weapon with intent to kill J.
3. Harriety, a nonunion Santa Fe ma
chinist, was dismissed in court here.
Devine was employed as secretary to
Arthur T. Ireland, organizer for the
Federation of Labor, and the ce
grew out of strike- troubles last July.
Conner Leaves Peking.
Peking. April 5. Edwin K. Con
ger, who ha:? just vacated the post of
American m.nistcr to China upon his i
it-. "T.r-.iTi - .-T--in- Tr "J-.
ire. left tor America via Hankow.
Rerroseatatlvrs Qf all the foreign lega
tions assembled at the railway station
to bid him farewell. The approach to
the station, wr.5 lined by Chinese
Arcuing Differential Case.
Washington, April 5. Arguments
i were begun before the interstate com-
' fcerce commission in what is popular
ly known as "the differential case,"
one of the most important matters the
, commission ever has had before it
The case involves the matter of ciffer-
i ential inland freight rates to and frot
' north Atlantic ports.
i Vetoes Binding Twtnc Bill.
j Lincoln, April 5. Governor Mickey
used his power of veto to such an er
, tert that a dozen or more acts of the
I legislature will come to naught. The
first to come under the knife was the
binding twiae bill, which he vetoed
shortly after midnight. Goveraor
Mickey signed the hill providing for
biennial elections and the one prohib
iting the manufacture and sale of
cigarettes and cigarette paper. ,
'J he sixth grade hieh school ball
team drove np to Monroe yesterday
and defeated a school team ar that
place by a score of C to 7. It was the
first frame of the season for the Sixth
graders and although the oungProhib?
cave them a hard chase, yet they
won a clean victory Ernst and Cole
' did the twirling act for Columbas and
the Monroeites were much on the oats
with their varions carves and a nam-
, ber of strike-onts ere credited to their
' work. Younc Drawbaugb acted
I backstop and did a job of catchinc
almost as brilliant a "Batch Free
of the Omaha leapue.
Junior Post nmpired the contest and
they report him a noinc first clas.
Another came has been arranged for
Saturdav when both clnbs will meet
a me nome prounu? auu jwcamuw.
' . .t t . . 1 m Ji m. AV A
' battle royal
m. -. m
The prohibs from i!on-
roe say in advance that thev will
"pike up" just a little and make the
Sixth grades look like ten cents.
Tlie ?h-d-PST-wAre Herm.rrnienr nf the
.w -mmmmm,- "-" w w ' '
Woman's Club will meet with iliss
Minnie McMabon next Tuesday night
at S o'clock.
The Literary department will m-et
at the home of Mrs. R. E Eaton next
Saturday at 3 p. m. The program of
this department is as follows:
Roll call, Quotations on Japtn :
Paper, Franklin P'erce, ilrs. Derrins-
rapsr. ireaty wxtnjapan.airs.iJruKcer;
wr i mm r
Paper, Reciprocity withtngland,Mrs.
Paper, the Kansas-Nebraska Bill, Mrs.
Dr. J. E. Paul Dentist.
Mrs. Frank Gerhartz is seriously ill.
For fine corn fed meat go to M.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dillion of Monroe
w ere in the chy today.
See Miss Kelso's taster Millinery
Opening ad in another column.
C M. Gnienther has gone to Wheat-
land, yo.. anu Denver for a week.
FOR SALE. Tnoronghbr.Ki regis-
tered Jersey Red boar.
uon r iaii to attena tne aiminery
Op-ning at D. Kelso's FRIDAY ;
Hon. George D. Meiklejohn of Fnl
lerton was in the city today enroute
You are invited to attend the open
ing Friday and Saturday cf this week
at J. C. Fillman's
FOR SALE. I have for sale nice
elm. ash &w raap'e trees suitable for
door yards. Albert Stenger.
Forty bushels of good Early Ohio
seed potatoes for sale at very reason
able price. Inquire of Frank Sehram. ! I
For the latest styles in millinery
attend the opening at J. O. Fillman's
Friday and Saturday, April 7 and Mh.
The date of Miss Kelso's Easter
Millinery Opening is FridayApril 7th.
See heradvertismet:t in another col
umn. If you need an Easter bonnet, at
tend the EasterOpeninc at MissKelso's
Millinery Store on 13th Street, Friday
Carl Kramer. Edgar Howard and G.
W. Phillips went to Humphrey to
day as delegates to the M. W. A. con
A B.ARGAIK. A scholarship with
tne International Correspondence
School for Rale. Write or inquire for
R, " care of Journal. tf.
WANTED CATTLE TO PASTUiiE.
I have pasture for 3X cattle. Run
ninc water, and plenty of salt,
3tw Columbus. Neb.
WANTED. At once, a good girl
for general house work. Inquire or
write Mrs. T. W Adams, one mile
north of Columbus on Meridian read
tf d w
For fresh fish and oysters go to M.
The supreme after-electicn joke is
the discovery of a ballot which bore
the names Hubert Burrus and Edgar
Howard as members ol the Board of
Jim Nevels was in Albion yesterday
where he cast his vote. Election pass
ed off very quiet he lays, but the dry
folks stood pat and voted the town
still dryer for the coming season.
In district corrt EmmaChatfieid has
been crusted a divorce from LoweliC.
Cfaatneld on the cround of non-support.
She was allowed by the court
$130. and her maiden name of Emma
iCC VSiSSu. '
taaLi ana twttea t
hn nf Ttr Vn-frit hrnto ire !f
- - P
this momins by slipping and falling
while being led to water. The animal
had to be shot, to the great grief of
the members of the family who priz
ed the horse Terr highly.
The hunting party consisting of
Earl Galley, U. A. Ernst. Will Galley
and yonng Filer returned yesterday
from a f onr days' hunt on the Platte,
one mile east of Silver Ceek. The
boys all brought back a rich brown tan,
and that was not alL They had 15
geese and 57 ducks in their game sacks.
And they say their good time cannot
be meassed by the size of the game
GKCks, as the conditions for hunting
were most excellent.
A female tramp was a curiosty at
the Union Pacific depot this morning.
She crawled out of an east-bound stock
train and proceeded into the passenger
station with as much hay sticking to
her clothe as wasted to stick. She
was accoapaaied by a masculine hobo
who waa perhaps thirty-five years old.
The wosaam appeared to be yoang and
possessed good looks of an indetermin
ate decree. She did not wash her
face, so her ideatity aad personal
beatxty wm effectaally concealed.
Kiss Margaret Schii;
w.:;t.!3 - Iatlj
Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Air?.
William schilz. died at seven o'clock
yesterdav evening a: the convent ot
Franciscan sisters :n I-afavette. Ind
The cau-e of her ileum wa.- tnbr-
culosis of th- throat.
Mi?s ?cbir was tweutv-foar yea
ol I. She ua- : irn m Columbus an
lived here all her -jje ur :o the
of iroinp to Lr.faytie aijent a
the district court in tills county, and
previously was manaiter of the Je -
braska Telenhone exchange. Her
-..j . .t-. t r
siuu iu me xrauciscau ct;uTent was
with a view to becoming a teacher.
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I " .cu;aii.- Mill uc uroc.at come
for burial, and the funeral service
I will be held in I'm Pnfnl?.-. nhnmli i
j - ''MiW bUikU
j at ten o'clock ilonday mornmp.
Pass Carrier Psamination.
The following names have been sent
by the postofHce department a having
, passed the civil service examination
for carriers which was held here iasr
month : Albert L. Rollin, John E.
Balem, Timothy C. Hogan, Ervia F,
Wilson, P.ay Rex Young. John T Graf
. -. r.. ..
( tucene w. J. Malm, Louis A. Ii3my,
Wm. R. Snell, J. C. McGowan, Chas
a. ijetui, raci a. jaeggi.
Postmaster Kramer has not been ad-
vised of the individual crads made)
I ! T-t .- . .
ot. me cancicates at tne examination.
The three carriers and one subsri-
tnte will be appointed bv the depart-
ment from the li-t civen abeve en
-April 20, and the
dates will be advisei
dates -vi" h ,?ri- f rKr- ..:.
-- - &k - -w - iULtt t i-w'liii"
ment from Washington.
Wby don't the '"fans 'cet br.sv: The
( weather is right, the season j, right.
. the Irien-:- of ba-e ball are richr and
! the boy.- themselves are right. A good
base ball team fnrni-hes healthful di-
- .- .1. .
version tor the people cf a cemmunry
( -- -----? muri 10 in- city, ir.u-
BPrt SnA t-i s r nniflf T-a t r ? ilirrw
-f"-' - a ii.by ji;i t uirjiu'
. sitinn .,! n-nc nn.r,!ir fOT.P.-f, I able lanscace from all came-, exclude ; " -. . v.-.,.
, , .. ..- ..,...w, .. 4... ..,,. , - . , according to the constitutional am enc
with hf ;.,mr.mi.ii c., crcA i drunken meu ircin the crennds. insist . ' .. ... ..
ti.. " ..1-.u,un.- .- .-v. .t.. . ... , . . I ment elections. Dectnnmg tnis year.
- . a deputy m the cilice of the clerk of oa lbe hisaesx standard of conduct , .. mwnn nnmi!
CHas. H. DacK,
REPUBLICANS AXD IJOETTCHER DEMOCRATS ARC XTJTrJSiS
A Flattering Personal Victory for Mayor Boetrcher Siinjring
Rebuke to Anti-3oetteher Gang Demccmtic Party
SufFers Permanent Los of Mayor Boettcher and Many of
the Most Highly Respected Germans.
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105 ST 12! 813
i ig ion or.
10, UZ 11? 3S4
lit 1 1C5 4S3
ie election veterdav of R. S. , ihs15 Xich3l?- tte republican can
inson. a republican mavor bv ,he ldaie a ;fce Fj"- rd. received an
lJicsinson, a rep
overwhelminc majority of I0G
city mat &oats a cemocranc majority j
of 25ft is a rebuke to the crowd thit
defeated Mavcr Bertcher's rencm i:n-!
aticn in an undemocratic delecate con
vention that will net Sucn be fcrROt
ten. M3ycr Be-etteher and his demo-
cratic friends elected Mr. Di-.kinscn.
because the latter was
a platform which endorsed ih? ad
! ministration ot 2z
or Bjttcher. W.
- - neUSiey Was
defeated simpir be-
'" Dickinson's election was necess-
ary to vindicate Coettcber.
And the cersonal victcrv
Boettcher is a victorv for the rapcb!i -
can uarty of Columbus and of Platte
- 7 -'
county, iror as long as the republican
party stands on a platform of "clean
government." as it did in th'" ec -
boodling in the county ofnees, it
will have the earnest sttppnrt of Mayor
Boettcher, who was driven from t
democratic partv orcanization becsusl
, , " -"" "
he was honest enough to spam the
' spoils "demaud of his party orcan.
And the support of such stalwart
county is no small factor toward re-
publican snecess. That is why the
republicans are jubilant over the re-'
snlt. As for the
,. rr .ho T?t. ;
res Or tue ticket
there were no surprises escept in the '
ViDED. they play clean ball and in--it
that their piayers be centlemen. i
There are enough boys in Colcmbc
who work here and spend their money
here, to make up a team that answer;
ail ihe requirements of a first cla
i'he .Tourn.il would like to see that
j fr.ui organized, and
it organiz-d alorg 1
fr.ui organized, and would like to see
lines that would
I command tee respect and support of
oar best citizens,
' Cut 3ut in camblinc and objection-
uxs ,ae r67' OI le !--. aimiuui-
1 l,a ran bave a tal1 Iara that Wl11
I Tl Tflnr-otinn rf llo f;ni-irthns rnm
' --!:- Tear -s.-nfScenr rromi-e that it will
fulfill all these conditions this year.
Let us have a team and let it be or-
j ,..-pl1 . anrf
j Hr. Patnck Backley.
Mr-- Patrick Buckley of Omaha
died in this city ilonday aftprnoon
i nt the heme of her daughter. Jlrs. J.
uolr.n. after a brief illness.
Hi-s Nellie O'ilara was born xn
G:.'.ena, Iowa m 1M9. In lsitjshe was
married to Patrick Buckley in St.
Louis. Twenty-two years ago she
came with her hnshar.d to Omaha ' and unreasonable and that like serv
where she resided until last Christ-! -cps are performed elsewhere for less
ma when she came with her husband ; amounts than is charged by said com
t vit '.,r r .'-.n-hrpr, Hptp Mr ! PMy in the state cf Kansas." A date
T IV-klnn o..1 "
. -'Vii.i i ..
S?nre her p.rrirr.f here che h?is slnw'v
' -i i L f i - ".
. failel. the end coming Monday just
I after noon. Mrs. Buckley 1 aves. te-
sides her two daughters hei, three i
-nn Hnr-olin- V?nKarr on.? Jr-nn nit
t " -- - ;
) cf hou ,-re -a 0s.R
, w.m bA h.M . T, T
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i church at i':JO vednedav mDrninc
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A "W. Clarks Sother Dead.
. W. Clark was called to Ottawa.
iilinosFriday by a te'.e-ram which an-
nnnnceii the death of nis mother. Mrs.
Lei Clark. Mrs. Clark was ninety- j
f ive vears old r.nu ha- lived since ivi;
' with her sou, G. A. Clark m Ottawa, :
iL,-, ." ; r n ? brothers r . J
. -" L lark ami D. J. Ciark, who live1
niafr rre-tr.n Thev will iiiii him en !
ni- sua trip at umna.
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BY OVERWHELMING MAJORITY
sine of the Speice and Ziinecker ma-
jorities and in the Second ward,vhere
it was thcucbt that J. H. Gallev
; would win ever S. J. Ryan by a small
Ia the Third ward Will Zinnecker,
j in addition to the vote of the 'solid
sourn. sot the vctes of the railroad i
11 . boys whom he is personally popular ;
: ne cor the votes cf all those who are
iore at the "city dads" on" sidewalk"
I02j "electric light" and other divers pro-
j positions ; and he was not opposed by
iie I councilman Sheldcu, who not only
idid no; work for re-election but ba-e-
i ly cot to the polls in time to vote.
a!eceP;ionaIi7.cocd vote, considerinc
i in- exceptional character and strencth
i . Greisen his opponent.
The size of these majorities is due
I'irst cf nil, the
democratic crcamza:ion nude:
captain nsPhillinps and Speice cot in j
line and pounded for ths straicht dezn
ocrr.tie ticker xctp- mayor, which
:ney had to cnnce'.? iu order to cet
n'- ear of me be-: men in their mrtr
In th scon'l ."..T. the trsonai pop
ularity of these candidates cocatcd a
In the third plae.
voted praticaliT the "sdii sou:;-."
which they purchased the Snnriav
' Prevl0'15 wt& bcoze ia true Tammanv
: VJ 1 7i;Vhe."5olid south,"
izx oraer to lena dicnity to tne spec-
tacle. the democratic leaders drove to
the same trouch to drink, some verv
. -e-pectuble en who call themselves
various and sundry reasons
' ae ti in the second ward is due
solely to the influence of one saloon
??? rI.fT-d i anla-n
Galley and used its whole influence
acainst him. Mr. Galley, like H-?z?.
(Sneldon and Greisen, did not raise a
" band for -e-election. They lelt that
, reflecting on the character of their
opponents. Lhese councilmen merited
OQl inp coie.-s is over, r.nu rue men
l.,- -;n . .,.: i. -
bus a gcod
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BIENNIAL ELECTIONS HOLD
j Cvva Supreme Court Decides
! Amendment is LecaL
Ess Moines, April 5. The biennial
election law was sustained by the
suureme court. The decision was the
t ers; lo t,e handed down after the con-
: vening of the court. W. L. Lcbaugh
county, one of the township
brought suit against the
j Cther tw
o trustees aau me cierK to
restrain them from proceeding to hold 1
years and tuat according to the law
i he was entitled to another year in
1 oface. The lower court decided In bis
tavcr and the supreme court now
aflrms that decision. As a result,
the general elections in Iowa, hereto
fore held every fall, will hereafter be
held only every two years.
File Complaint Against Pullman Cc.
Topeka. Kan.. April 5. The first im-
rrr?rT rnr-inl ??- mrinA m h crrTe
board of railroac commissioners under
the provisi ns cf the railroad law was
filed a-ain?t ih& Pullman comnanv bv
, s Coae of Grde:i Ci:v. Mr. 6one
alleges that the rates charged by the
Pullman company on all railroads in
Kansas are "unjust, discriminative
I rH.. L 1 l.nMnr. .L ftrtTnnl'illlf TTIlT
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not oe set unci: ine I'unman company
can be notified.
Terrorist Invades Hospital.
Warsaw, April 5. While everyone
' 25 USletp in tUe nOSpital. in V.-U1CU
' e taree policemen who were m-
. jured Ly the explosion of a bomb
! w---ch was thrown into the police sta-
. . .. ,
! uoa at J -"-? an unknown man en-
i tered the ward and went to the bed-
, bli:e ui roiicemaa -jarap. ai wuom ne
fired his revolver three times. One shot
took effect ir the noliceman" hark-.
The a5iai!an, escard before lhe M.
' y,. an( attendants had time to re-
! ...r- fm-n ,. ,.i- , .,-5-.
Sarap-has been especiaHv hated on
account cf his brutality in the recent
Plot to Kill Trepeff.
5r p,.,, t,-;i -Thfl -i,-
arrerted in the Nevskv
' man disguised as a carriage driver.
j presumably belonging to the same or-
; ganization as the twelve persons who
connection with terrorist schemes.
There is little doubt that there was
a piot directed against the life of
Governor General TrepofT and the lat
est arrest indicates that the terrorists
are acting on a concerted plan. witJ
auxiiiaries,and Ijoko-.its to aid tl- !
anual perpetrator of the assassina
tijn. Mrs. Valentina Must Hang.
Xiw York. April 5. Anna Valen
tira. who was convicted of the murder
of Ri a Salra. at Roda. N. J., a year
a:ro sr.l whose attorneys have been
ma! .nz every effort to save her from
the !ra!:'ws. was resentenced to be
hangcJ en Friday. May 12. Sentence
wa pas . d by Judge Garretscn m the
nsack. N. J.
s will makrt an
other appeal to the board of pardons
States on the ground that she was de
prived of hr constitutional rights.
French Cable Company Appeals
Caracas. Venezuela. April 5. The
French Cable company appealed from
the decision of the president of the
hichest court to the entire court.
Dispatches from Caracas, dated March
31. stated that President Arnal of the
highest court had decided that ths
French Cable company had forfeited
its franchise by failure to fulfill its
part of the contract. The cabk com
pany's counter suit aga': the gov
ernment for damages sustained by the
company ia the Matos revolution was
upheld. Five days was allowed to the
! company to appeal to the entire court.
whose decision is final.
Earthquake in India.
Lahore. April 5. Shortly after 6 a.
m. a succession of severe earthquake
shocks were felt here. The damage
was extensive. It was inferred that
there was considerable loss of life in
the city, where many picturesque old
hcuses collapsed and pans of lofty
buildings crashed on small adjacent
dwellings. The towers of the Golden
mosque are reported to have fallen
and Warir Khan's mosque was badly
Srnashers Go to Jail.
Wichita, Kan.. April 5. Carrie Na
tion. Vvrs MrHpnrv ? vriin Mitt'T- atiif
Lucy Wilhoit. temperance crusader,.
i vrho are a waiting trial for wrec-kine
the glass front of a wholesale liquor
house some time ago. voluntarily went
to jail in order to release 51.(Ki bands
furni.-h'.i by Mrs. Nation. Mrs. Na
tion went'd the msney to lean.
T-.crr.rs H. Montgomery Dead.
Phnadeiphia. April 5. Thomas H.
Montgomery, president of the Amer
ican Insurance company, died sud
denly at his home here, aged seventy-five-
He was one of the best known
re insurance men in the crvr-try.
Brown Elected Mayer of Lincoln.
Lincoln. April 5. Frank W. Brown
fDem-i was elected mayor of Lincoln
by a plurality estimated at S00. The
Republicans elected the two excise
man by narrow pluralities and the bal
ance cf the city ticket by comfortable
majorities. Under the new city char
ter, councilmen will not be elected un
til June. The fight centered on in
creases license for saloons, and with
th two new excisemen committed in
advance, the license will probably be
raised from 51.000 to $1,300 a year.
Cose in St- Louis.
St- Louis. April 5. With 109 pre
cincts missing out of a total of 40a.
Mayor Wells, Democratic nominee for
re-election, is leading John A. Talty
(Rep.) by 774. Neither side Is claim
ing the victory by more than 1,000 pim-rality.
SPECIAL TRAIN CPEEDINGTO CAN
PASSES THROUGH ST. LCJ13
Large Crowds urn Out to Meet Train
in Indiana and Illinois Appear
ance of Mr. Roosevelt Everywnere
Greeted With Applause.
6t- Louis. April 5. The special
train bearing the president and party
pulled into St. Louis on time last
night. When the train stopped at the
North Market street station President
Roosevelt was at dinner and did not
appear. The people congregated
cheered lustily in the hope of inducing
a glimpse of the president, but almost
before the nrst cheers had ditd away,
the switching engine began shunting
the train to the Missouri. Kansas and
Texas tracks. Switching continued
until S:30. when, with a long shriek
from the whistlt of the new engine,
the train plunged into its long run to
Texa. with a pilot engine running
five minutes ahead.
President Roosevelt took more thai
a passing interest in Indiana and Illi
nois, the two states through which his
special train passed. He discussed
with his guests the relative merits of
the states from an agricultural point
of view and the warmth of the people
as displayed at the various places the
special stopped or hesitated. At a
dozen or more towns the train slowed
down and at most of these great
crowds were at the depot cheering as
long as the train was in sighL He
made three speeches en route. They
were at Milltown. Ind.. Huntinsburs.
Ind.. and Mount Vemon. KL
FIGHT ON BIFTJSTILL GOES OH
Prudential Committee Refuses to Ain
Boston. April 5. Tiie committee of
Congregational ciergmen who arc
protesting against the acceptance by
the American board of commissioners
for foreign missions of John D. Rocke
feller's gift of H' ijv will have to
conduct their crusade unassisted by
the prudential committee of the Amer
ican board. After a protracted confer
ence between representatives of the
protesting clergymen's committee and
three members of the prudential com
mittee, the latter refu.--d absolutely u
join the protestants at their movement
to bring before the Congregational
clergy of the country the reasons ad
vanced for or against the acceptance
of the gift. The protestants will con
tinue their agitation inde-endently. A
cement vfe ;,rited rtnnieeir,1 SBaas7 ; aJU . :
setting forth the protectants' side of
the controversy and opposing unqual
ifiedly the acceptance of Mr. Rocke
feller's gift- This sta:- ment will h
issued in circular form an I sent to
each member of the American board
and to every Concr rational clergy
man in the United States.
Fata! Fire at Atlanta, 111.
Bloomingtc-n. I1L April 5. The fonr-year-old
son of Frank Mapin was
burned to death in a fire which de
stroyed a carpenter shop at Atlanta.
The father was faTal'y burned trying
to rescue his son from the flames.
President's Tram Kills Man.
Steubenville. 0-. April 5. Peter
Kaudy was killed by Presided Roose
velt's special train at Mingo Junctica
while attempnnc to board an east
bound freish: train.
Smith Case Continued.
Cincinnati. April 5. The case of
J. Morgan Smith and wife, arrested
in connection with the Nan Patterson
case in New York, came up in police
court, but was once more adjourned.
this time until April 7. the postpone
ment being required to await the ac
tion of the common pleas court on the
writs of habeascorpus.
Quadruple Tragedy in Arkansas.
Batesville, Ark., Apr.! Z. John Dc Tf.
a negro, went to Sulphur Rock to e
his wife, who was at her father's hom.
and because she refused to return
with him, he shot her dead. Then h
shot and killed his wife's mother an.l
another negress. Kis father-in-law s
cured a gun and shot Dow. but net
fatally. The latter returned the Lre.
killing his father-in-law.
Fatal Train Wreck in Ohio.
Cleveland, April 3. An eastboucd
passenger train on ihe Cleveland and
Pittsburg road, known as the Pitts
burg flyer, collided with a westbound
freight at Costonia. Q-, respiting in
the death of Edward Fuller, engineer
of the passenger tra:n. and H. C. Eas
ing, fireman of the passenger. C. Mo
Intyre of Pittsburg, a passenger, wa3
Receiver for Sank cf Ladega.
Ladoga, Ind.. April 5. Captain J. C.
Knox was appoint. 1 n ceiver for the
Bank of Ladcga and the Hoosier
Veneer plant and the Koosier Enamel
ing works, the nnanc-a! condition of
which affected the tank and precini- j
tated its failure. The manufacturing j
plants will be operated and the re- ;
ceip's are to be applied toward car
celling the liabilities. The stockh1' !
ers of the bank have decided tLat
there shall be no criminal prom- (
tions. incidental to the failure of tr. ,
bank. A schedule Sled s&ows 'h'1 to!
tal liabilities to be $i,40. with tos.I '
assets of S2SJI0. Of the liabilitiea, ! !
J&9.000 is deposits.
Victim cf Leprosy.
Honolulu. April 5. The Star say3
that Brother Serapkjn Von Koop cf '
the leper settl ment at Molokai 13 j
similar to that of Father Pars tea.
Brother Von Koop. who is a native of
Holland, went to the settlement ia
1S55. Eighteen months ago he de-!
tected signs of the disease ia his sys-'
tern and came to Honolulu, wnere aa
examination confirmed his fears. H?
retnrned to the settlement, where he
is now living as s. ward instead cf a
! OPEN A
bonk aciotii? Do not be de
terred because of the sajall sni-iwuni .f '
business yon may be doim-. We would;
rather have a hundred small deposits
thxn one Isnre oat eovenatr tb- same
n tamos nt. Perhaps yoa mistrust
basks, and eo hk your lut.es ia odd
places about the boss. This i-:
childish. Not one bank is tea tbosn.r
fails. The safest pluee ia the world far
yor funle is iu a rood bnak. We efftr
you safety and prottt toe. Good interest
on all deposits. Drafts wwiwyl on a!i
oarts of the wi-rld.
Columbus State Bank
V .nday's Dn:l.
The Columbia Opera company cave
a very fair presentation of Erminie
at the North opera house Saturday
nichu The hoase was well rilled and
the audience appreciative.
The voice of the lady in the title
role was really cood and her costumes
and dances were in t.creeable contract
to those of the rest of tne cast, only
exceptinc the "landlord's pretty little
wife" whese clever dances and fetch
ing little scacs made the hous" clamor
Jack, the leadinc man with his in
sistent picas of "fust offense. I can
prove a balibi" was not up to the
work of ihe creat originator cf the
part, Francis Wilson, but he was en
tertaining. For the r-st. tie tenor
in the second art was cood and mer
ited th encore which he received.
the work of "Bobbie." was consid
erably overdone ;and that of the count
es with her languishing appreciate n
of "the desk baron" wa lair
The chores was chi-!ly roticab'e
for its awkwardness and us aom!--eript
costumes of ail varieties tn,
The inter e-t in tte Ush n Etwi u
siio meetic still ipcrcaiaa. T--
"" iiesiuess. xi w graxu '
hear the larpe aautee -term ti
Glory Soo' wiii-i. is to hit u ,
bearts ia she Lc&oor. ccctixga Stte
ceiist Hardcastle s ar ti tgf r,
ae called forth tafcir- ro frifr.. "o
witne3. Tttt ihink ye f ? e
Ohristr Whn the -wk a Niy
was asked whnc u wooki fcr. rf i
irose in a body, wi'h fw x i'-.
o show its ioyjsljYr lo :t Lra i.
''hrij-t. Zaore tran t-t,
'he first sune. Ca-o' -,,.
to taaivtdoals m out ptc(. c i .
street last; week with tee r.mpte ag
cession. "Gw? risht wi:a Red.
Religions topics are occapyirg the
minds cf citizens BEai-trtcaaed to
Evancelis: Eardcas:. hr.s beea, call
ed avraj by the ecnoc illness of hi
wife at J-incola, bat ths mfcesincs
will continue as they were beran.
cfterncoa and evening, the paster-ta:-;icc
turns ia pr-atainc. Tne meet
inc at 3 o'clock Tuesday will be for
younc people ant! children.
iiiss Easstsses v7u:s Sesoac ?facs.
CoIuiBbcs contestant. Miss N. Rcse
Rasmussen. wins secood place, the
was defeated by c small marcin. by
3Iii Florence Cents of Poaca. This
was the deci-ion of the judges at the
North Nebraska High School Declam
atorv contest at Norfolk Ia:-t nighr.
There werf eicht cancidares in tne
dramatic class in which Mis Rasmus
sen was entertrd. The number of can
didates takea in connection with
strenuous competition cive much hon
or to the Columbus ccntctant for
winning second t!&re. and she has
srood reason to be prend cf the result.
Eidnsy trouble often ead-? fetidly,
nut by choosinc the ngh? medicine.
E. E. Wsife. of Eeax Grove. aw3.
cheated death. Se says: "Two years
ago had Kidney Troufcle, whcfe caus
ed me greet pnia. safferinc aodaaxjety
but I took Electric Bitters, which
pSected complete cnr. I aav als.j
fot-ni them cf creat beseti: ia car
al debil.ty and aerve trouble, and ke
teem constantly en nnd. since, as i
fii-d tj'v have as eiaal Cha. H.
Dack drncg:st. drantees them ar 50
Cro-a ar.d Bridge work. It
is the m st beautiful, most .1- I
stanti&l and most SMdem raeth-
od of restoring brokea teeth er
roots aad tnppjyiae: tfcepiaees
of mission ones. Would feesrti- f
!y reeomaiemi it is sR east
fe acea to- -yo. -
Cense in ana .talk the cic-r I
over. Coftsnltarion fre- All j
work guaranteed. Over23ye&rs
of continuous sttecesslul . prac'-.
tic-e ia Ct.lumcus. " '
Dr. H. E. liauiaanni j-
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