The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, July 27, 1910, Image 2
- m-' PflllMJlRllC I All DM A I 1I LUniUliiJ Jtf UMIIfll " mw "- -mr aw WBBBV - TROTHER ft 8T0GKWBLI COLIMABUt UMAAKA A foiling Dowi of toe More la fortut Eveits Here tod Tbere i Washington. 1 Chico llaca, who was one of 'Aelaj-a's closest supporters, has re signed as minister general of the Madriz cabinet in Nicaragua, accord ing to advices sent to the state de partment. "William Pittman, the American en gineer captured by Madriz and con fined in a prison cell in Managua, is reported by American Consul Olivares at Managua to be III with malarial fever, although his condition is said not to be serious. The application of the supposedly financial ruling of President Taft on what constitutes whisky, may be suspended for some time as the re sult of Louisiana courts acting on a petition 01 representatives of the so called whisky trust. Unless futher neglect and mistreat ment is shown by the Madriz gov ernment toward William Pittman, the American engineer now held in Managua as a prisoner of war, the state department will leave his case in the hands of United States Consul Olivares in Managua. The interstate commerce commis sion announced Monday that the re cently filed tariffs making advances In the freight, rates on cattle and dressed beef between Chicago and New York had not been suspended. The matter arose through an in quiry from an important New York business house as to the proposed rates. Foreign. The elaborate funeral given King Edward cost the nation $202,500, as is shown in the supplementary financial estimate. Dr. Leslie Dodd Ward of Newark, N. J., vice president of the Prudential Insurance company, died in London. Dr. Ward was not in good health when he sailed from New York and his con dition gradually grew worse after his arrival in London. At Cracow, Galica. a great three day's national Polish festival in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the battle of Tannenberg, in which the Polish and Lithuanian army de feated and broke the power of the Teutonic order began with the unveil ing of a monument to King Ladislaw Jagello. The Glasgow board of trade return shows that during the live months ending May SI, no fewer than 2!,535 passengers left the Clyde for places out of Europe. Of these 41,401 were bound for the United States and 15, 055 for Canada, thirteen for Aus tralia, and sixty-six for other places. In the month of May alone 4.C0S left for Canada and 2.SS7 for the United States. Prosecutions against manufactur ers of ice cream cones containing borax are to be instituted by the gov ernment under the pure food law. Large seizures of cones were made recently in different parts of the coun try by inspectors of the department of agriculture. Analysis of the cones seized disclosed the presence of borax, a property which has been held to be deleterious to the human stomach. Military aviators engaged in a mimic aerial battle at Vincennes. The Blues, representing the attacking force, beat the Reds, the defending force. Both forces carried guns to a heicht of 100 meters (about S25 feet). Mutsuhlto. emperor of Japan, has telegraphed to President Taft that it was a great pleasure to him to have the opportunity of seeing Jacob M. Dickinson, the American secretary of war, on his recent visit to Tokio vhen the secretary was shown every courtsey by the Japanese officials. General. Senator Bristow says Kansas Is not taking Speaker Cannon seriously. President Taft has taken the con servation policy in his own hands. Miss Katie Tomara of Chicago. 21 years old. was seriously wounded af ter a struggle with a burglar whom she discovered in her bedroom. W. F. McCarey. postmaster, at Le gate, Love county. Okl.. ended his life by drinking carbolic acid. A post office inspector told .NJcCarey that he would go through the office records. When he went to the office he found McCarey dead. In this day war becomes a new problem by reason of the achieve ments of aeroplanes. Witli the purpose of contributing to the development of Northwestern California, the department of agri culture has offered to sell about 1. 000.000.000 feet of timber in the Trinity national forest in that state. President Woodrow Wilson of Princeton unversity announced that he would accept the democratic nomi nation for governor of New Jersey if he were convinced that a majority of the party sincerely desired him to run. Secretary of Commerce and Labor Kagel and Attorney General Wicker ham are going to Alaska to find out whether the Guggenheims or the United States own that territory. Auother Central American revolu tion is Imminent. This time Honduras Is to be the battle ground and Presi dent Davila is to meet in combat his old opponent and former president of the republic. Manuel Bonila. Eugene Ely. an aviator, in his third attempt to fly between Winnipeg and Portage La Prairie, fell a distance of several hundred feet and was picked i' j" vummm vn iuw ati 1. J ws I Hoosevelt will afd Senator Dover- I Idir. ? idge in his fight for re-election. The health of the German emperor is said to be greatly impaired. A strike of conductors and train men was called on the Grand Trunk line. v It is said the nexxt lower house is not necessarily lost to the republi cans. The Oklahoma crop situation shows an improvement of 75 per cent over any previous year. There will be no strike on the Pennsylvania railroad, the dispute be ing settled by a conference. The convention of the American as sociation of Ad clubs opened in Omaha with 500 in attendance. Rhode Island shows increased population, but not enough to give the commonwealth another congress man. At Clinton, 111.. Chief of Police John Struble was shot about midnight by an unknown man and died in a short time. Daniel Kinet. the Belgian aero naut who fell when the rudder of his aeroplane broke, died from his in juries. A Lincoln, Nebraska man has in vented a bucket which may revolu tionize methods of excavating and hoisting. The crop report for Germany, which gives conditions up to July 15, shows a slight depreciation since June 15. Prince John Charles Francis, the youngest child of King George and Queen Mary, celebrated his fifth birthday. Drouth In the northwest Is seriously affecting the cattle men, threatening them with great losses and possibly with financial ruin. The Baltimore Eastern League base ball club has sold Pitcher "Lefty" Russell to the Philadelphia American League team for $12,000. Congressman George W. Norris of the Fifth (Nebraska) district had his name filed as a candidate for renoml nation on the republican ticket Plans for the establishment of a bureau of railway economies at Wash ington, D. C. by the railroads of the country were announced at Chicago. The Wisconsin prohibition platform contains clauses denouncing both local and county option as not being a settlement of the liquor problem. An aeronaut named Andrews fell 100 feet when his balloon burst at Lake Manawa, Iowa, but was saved from death by falling into the branches of a large tree. At Enid, Okla.. guests or the City Hotel fled in their night clothes when the hotel and an adjoining structure was destroyed by fire. Several of the guests were slightly injured. At Omaha Samuel C. Dobbs was re elected by acclamation president of the Associated Advertising Clubs of America and after a gruelling fight Boston was awarded the next conven tion. Chico Baca, who was one or Aelaya's closest supporters, has re signed as minister general of the Madriz cabinet in Nicaragua, accord ing to advices to the state depart ment. Colonel Roosevelt, as well as Gif ford Pinchot, has been asked to be in Atlanta. October 7, when a meet ing will be held for the purpose of organizing a state conservation as sociation. Officials of the Iowa State Teach ers' association announced that Colonel Theodore Roosevelt will speak at the meeting of the associa tion in Des Moines Friday night, No vember 11. For the first time since he returned to Kansas. United States Senator Joseph L. Bristow, in a speech at Oiathe. Kans., referred to the fact that he has been denied patronage by President Taft. Edward A. Thompson, who Is charged by his former fiancee. Miss Warren of New York, with disappear ing on October G, 1909, the day set for their wedding with $1,780 of her money, was arrested in Minneapolis. At Hamburg Thirty-five thousand ship yard workers united In a de mand for an Increase of 10 per cent in wages and a fifty-three-hour week. President Taft was highly pleased when he received a letter from Secre tory of the Treasury MacVeagh, stating that the splendid showing of federal finances announced on June 30 last, had been improved by revised returns showing additional receipts of about $5,500,000. To race with the British expedition under Captain Scott to the south pole, a Japanese sailing vessel of 200 tons carrying Lieutenant Shlrase and the Japanese expedition to the Ant arctic will leave Tokio bay on August 1. The expedition will pro- cced via Benin islands and Australia. Personal. declares he Cannon declares he Is In the speakership fight to stay. Ex-Vice President Fairbanks ad dressed the association of ad clubs at Omaha. Jack Johnson, the pugilist, was ar rested in New York for automobile speeding. It is rumoredthc the investigating committee has decided to exonerate Ballinger. President Taft does not care to mix in the politics of the different state conventions. William Flege was arrested at Wayne. Neb., charged with the mur der of his sister. Major Manuel Costa has been ap pointed military attache to the Argen tine legation at Berlin. The Lorimer scandal will be the paramount issue In the campaign in Illinois this summer and fall, acord ing to politicians from that state. The death at New Orleans t J. Parker Harrison, removes a figure known for many years as one ol the leading turf operators of the conti nent James E. Clay, a descendant of the "great commoner," Henry Clay, and one of the most prominent breeders of running and trotting horses in Ken tucky, died last week. Rear Admiral Cowles. brother-in-law of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt is now prominently mentioned as a pos sible candidate for governor of Connecticut on the republican ticket this fall Sf fyMLr 8heep at excellent farm cleaners. The bruise oa an apple Is injurious. Lice and mites corns weather. with warm Tie the grape Tines to the trellis wires before the vines begin to run. No well bred farmer ever contents himself with scrub stock or poor crops. It Is a sad mistake for a man to make a good crop of grass Into poor hay. Pure fresh air, day and night. Is one of the prime essentials for keep ing fowls In good health. Most separators do their best work with the milk at a temperature of from 85 degrees to 95degrees Fahren heit When the cream has been held at churning temperature for a period of two or three hours, it is ready to be churned. A good way to keep manure for the garden Is to fill a large box, turning It over with a fork about once a week and keeping It moist The government Is sending out ex perts to various parts of the country to teach fruit growers the best meth ods of spraying their trees. When shrubs are first planted they should be beaded back one-half or more, but after they become estab lished they should be allowed to branch at wHL One of the prominent symptoms of shoulder lameness in horses Is a dif ficulty of lifting and extending the limb, which is particularly noticeable when the patient is urged to trot The flea beetle is a small, metallic blue insect which is destructive to the fruit both as the larva and the adult Spraying with arsenate of lead or paris green is generally effective. Some of the amber honeys are made from the aster, goldenrod, bone set, queen of the meadow, heartsease, wild sunflower. Spanish needle, su mac, magnolia and marigold. The earliest sown lettuce shoulrl he of some of the loose growing varieties. For summer use plant cabbage lettuce, or heading varieties, as the leaves during the warm season will be whiter and more crisp. Soy beans shed their leaves before the grain begins to ripen; therefore when hay Is desired the plants must be cut when half or more of the pods are fully grown, but before the beans begin to harden. In cutting rape for soiling It Is best to crt about four Inches from the ground. It Is advisable to arrange the cutting so that each day's product will be consumed within that time, as the foliage soon wilts and Is then not relished so much. The sitting hen mu?t not be dis turbed. If eggs are laid In the same nest with those that are hatching it Is often difficult to toll the fresh one from the others, hence partly hatched eggs are taken out Instead of the fresh ones. It Is a well known fact among farmers pnd fruit growers that black berries Improve the physical nature of the soil through their root action. When they are removed from the ap ple orchard the soil Is left in ideal condition for the outer feeding roots of the apple trees. While it Is conceded that permanent maintenance of sMi fertility without live sock h possible. It Is not prac ticable as a statewide policy, because It Is not the highest type of agricul ture and because few farmers can be induced to comply with all the condi tions necessary to make it effective. Plant cannas one to two feet apart, depending altogether If they be dwarf or the tall-growing sort They like very rich soil and plenty of waler during the growing season. A mulch cf straw manure will help to con serve the water that Is given them. Cut off all the seed pods as they form. Root plants may be transplanted, but It is not advisable unless It were la the case of extra early beets start ed la the hotbed or turnip-rooted rad ishes lifted out at thinning time. The roots are usually 111 shaped, yet their table quality is not Injured. Long varieties always become distorted and are not i"rVptnhIa Marvelous Sense of Smelt Remarkable Agencies and Forces volved in Extraction of the Fragrance of a Rose. In- What a oarvelousb delicate mi sslnery Is set in motion when we txnell the fragrance of a rose! Simple cs that pleasurable sensation seems ( us. It involves the activity of most remarkable agencies and forces. K has keea shows that the mlauto cell properly beforo caw Thero Is cows. scarcity of good dairy The cherry tree should be headed low. Feed all of the hens aU they will eat of wheat and other nourishing feeds. A very Important part of dairying Is to make It profitable all the year around. Preventive and destructive meas ures are both necessary ia combating hog lice. The number of hogs per acre de pends on the stand of clover, the sea son and the earliness of turning in. In order to keep fowls healthy we must breed for health just as ws would for any other desired quality. For feeding lambs to be used for breeding purposes preference should be given to bran, oats and linseed meal. When the young poults begin to get their long wing flight feathers, they require extra care and attention. For two or three years after plant Ing, the ground among ornamental shrubs should be spaded and the sur face cultivated to keep down weeds and grass and to conserve moisture. Some states prohibit the Importa tion of dairy and breeding cattle until they are tuberculin tested, but permit as yet unrestricted sals of stock with in Its boundaries. Rape Is especially valuable for breeding ewes in midsummer, when the pastures begin to fail, as tbe suc culent feed keeps up the supply of milk for the lambs. Never overfeed or red pepper or other condiments to the hens you ex pect to furnish eggs fov hatching. If you do, infertile eggs and weak chicks will be the result The Wisconsin experiment station finds lime Is deficient in much of the grain ration fed to dairy cows and hogs. Hogs fed on phosphates and bone mash, made consistent and profit able gains. Tbe table value of both lettuce ana radishes depends largely upon a quick growth under moderately cool condi-1 tions. For this reason the soil should be very fine of texture and fertile to stimulate the most rapid growth. Do not put more than 50 chicks In one brooder, or one compartment and better results will be secured with a smaller number. Overcrowding Is the cause of many deaths in the brooder. A grape vine to bear well must be cultivated and carefully pruned each year, cutting back to two. three, or not more than four canes, and care fully pinching off surplus young shoots during the summer. There is something In suiting the corn to the soil. Trying to suit the soil to the corn is a tough proposi tion, as many a man who has tried corn adapted to bottom soil on thin ner upland has found to his sorrow. The poultry products of the United States are just on a par with wheat and hay. The combined value of the t three last year was around two bil lion dollars, an average of over 671 millions each. Do not oppose the cow's appetite. She knows what it takes to make s balanced ration better than any feed ing standard. If she does not like bran and corn, give oats and corn. If she Is tired of fodder by all means try a little clover bay. It has become an accepted fact gen erally that it Is better to tend a small piece of ground well than to plant large field3 and give them only half cultivation. Intensive farming mans simply making the utmost of what ever you work with. Where manure Is accumulated in stables and lots, and Is properly saved, it goes on the land mere evenly, as a rule, which Is an impottant considera tion where a man is endeavoring to keep up the land's fertility and get as much out of It as possible at the same time. The floor and walls of the dairy barn where the cows are milked must be free from dust and dirt: the cows must be brushed and their udders sponged orr witn a damp cloth pre vious to milking and the milker him solw must have cleaa bands and clothes. Always market your butter regu larly at current market prices. Give your customers pure, sweet, fresh butter and your reputation as a good butter maker will soon be established When your butter is held until it is old and stale it Is not wanted and your reputation suffers as well as your pocket A foal may be raised on cow's milk if the latter Is sweetened with sugar or molasses at the rate of two tea spoonfuls per pint and three table spoonfuls of lime water are, added at first Give a cupful every hour at first and gradually' Increase amount and decrease meals to six and then to at the ends of the olfactory nerves In the nose bear the most delicate little hairs, and It Is believed that these hairs are the active agents In produ cing the sense of smelL i Yet when we come to Inquire Into the manner of operation of these cells asi hairs, we find that It is more wonderful than the delicacy of th mechanism itself. Kips las. MOVEMENTS OF TAFT 'RESIDENT ADVOCATES REST DURING THE SUMMER. MEN UNO WOMEN NEED IT Chief Executive Leaves Everybody Happy and Rejoiced Over His Coming. Bar Harbor. Me. President Taft brought his stay in Bar Harbor to a close Friday. He left as a member of a merry coaching party headed for Seal Harbor, eleven miles away. The Mayflower steamed around to Seal Harbor to meet the president. The yacht afterward went to North east Harbor and anchored there for the night with the presidential party on board. Sunday morning it will steam across Frenchman's Bay to the Mount Desert ferry, where Mr. Taft will take a special train to Bangor. After visiting that city for two hours and making a speech be will proceed by special train to Ellsworth, the home of Senator Eugene Hale, to be the latter's guest until Sunday after noon. Mr. Taft will also make a little speech at Ellsworth. The president left everybody in Bar Harbor happy. He met the towns people on the village green and made a little speech to them. He spoke of the value of vacations and won much applause by saying that two weeks no longer sufficed for summer rest, but sixty days seemed the proper time in which to recuperate from the nerve-exhausting work of the winter. The president congratu lated the people of Bar arbor upon living in such a delightful climate. He said the summer air was like "cham pagne in a prohibition state." and that the severe winters tended to build up a sturdy and never sur rendering race. As soon as the president finished his speech he mounted the coach which was tooled by Philip Living ston of New York and with a flourish of trumpets was away for Seal Har bor. Arriving there he and his party were entertained at luncheon by Mrs. Mark Hanna. In the evening the party was entertained at lunch by Mrs. Charlemagne Tower at her place two j miles from the harbor, J Mr. Taft is adhering strictly to his determination to keep away from , politics on this trip. There was not a suggestion of politics in his speech He said in part: In behalf of myself and the party who have accompanied me here I wish to return a grateful acknowl edgement for your very cordial recep-! tion. The presence of the national colors and the flags on the various buildings here indicate to me what I know, that this reception is for the president of your country, and that it is more for the office than for the person who for the time being oc occupies the office. Nevertheless the person who occupies the office enjoys the reception all the same. One of the things which forces itself upon the minds of one visiting such a country as this is the fact that the American people have learned a good deal in the last generation. In my father's time he thought, al though a hard working lawyer, that two weeks was ample vacation time during the entire year and when I came to the bar he suggested that if i stayed at home miring the summer months I would make a good deal more, money than if I went away. Congressman Fined. Boston, Mass. Representative Jos. O'Connell of the Tenth Massachu setts congressional district was con victed In the Dorchester court of violation of the election laws of the state and fined $20. Sharp Break in Stocks. New York. The stock market showed extreme weakness Friday, al though the decline was not accom panied by the excitement sometimes seen at such periods. The cut in the dividend on National Lead which irprist'd" the speculative community yesterday was the ostensible cause for the weakness. That stock broke to 48, which was 3 points lower than the low price yesterday. United States Steel broke into new low ground for the year at CG and the same was true of American Smelt ing. NEGRO UNDER ARREST. Charged as Knowing Something the Death of Rawn. of Chicago. II. Ernest Hoffman, a negro chauffeur, formerly employed t by Mr. Rawn. was arested here late riday as a suspect in connection with the railroad president's death. (Hoffman was discharged December last and as late as last May is de clared to have threatened Mr. Rawn's life. Prisoners for Harvest Fields. Georgetown. Ky. A novel method to save the wheat crop of Scott coun ty was resorted to Friday when a number of farmers appeared before xue cuuuij juugt- -. ,.-. urc i.u , ot ten prisoners in iuc jaw m uiuei to get help to harvest the crop. Hosmer H. Keith Dead. Sioux Fall3. S. IK Hosmer H Keith, speaker of the last territorial i legislature, and one of the best ' known attorneys of this state, died Friday, aged 64 years. High Price for Fish Dinner. Deadwood, S. D. It cost John Cow gill of Terry and Dave Neely of Lead $70 each for a trout breakfast in Spearflsh canyon a few weeks ago. This breakfast was made on nine teen fish which the men had dynamit ed out of tbe stream and had been detected in the act They were followed up by Game Warden Peter non. who caused their arrest and a rubsequent fine of $50 and costs each in a local Justice's court. A (bird man. Floyd V. Dunn was also arrested and Jailed. ALL OVER NEBRASKA Charged With Sister's Murdsr. Dixon County Charged with the murder of his sister, Miss Louis Flege, at their home seven miles north west of Wayne on June 30 last. William Flege was arrested and placed in the county jail at Ponca. DetecUevs working on the case at tribute to Flege the desire to get his sister out of the household, where she bad lived with him as housekeeper for years, in order that he might marry Miss Ida Hendricks, a beautiful young wonian who lives on a neigh boring farm. The case was most mysterious and baffiing. William Eichtencamp. 18 years old. was employed on the farm. It was said that he came in from work in the evening of the day of the murder and found the young woman in the door yard with a bullet in the base of her brain and another in her breast Flege was arrested on a confession secured from Eichtencamp, who it is said, asserted that he had been forced to tell the story that he bad found the young woman under penalty of death by the brother. W. C. Daven port of Sioux City, a detective, has been working on the case. He said that until the confession by Eichten camp no suspicion had been pointed at the brother. The prisoner has been most assidu ous in the search for the murderer and put up $500 of the $2,50 reward offered by the county and relatives of the murdered woman. He worked with the officers every day. Catholic Church Burned. Greeley County The Catholic church at Scotia was totally consumed by fire. It was a brick edifice and was quite old. and in rather poor condi tion. The fire broke out in the altar structure. Cattle Struck by Lightning. Pawnee County. An electrical storm passed over the vicinity of Ta ble Rock, during which time about an inch of rain fell. Three head of cattle, standing under a tree in a pasture just south of town, were instantly killed, when the tree was struck by lightning. Enrollment is Large. Buffalo County It is a case of general remark that the present sum mer school at the Kearney normal is the best in the history of the school. The enrollment is the largest and more students are working for credit on the regular courses than in any previous session. C. C. Dudley Dies at Ruskin. Nuckolls County News was re ceived at Nelson of the death of ex County Treasurer C. C. Dudley at his home at Ruskin of typhoid fever. Mr. Dudley had been cashier of the Ruskin bank since the expiration of his term of office three years ago. He leaves a wife and infant child. A Woman Attacked. Adams County. Mrs. Menno Lay was attacked by an unidentified man in her home near Paulina. Her hus band had gone to town leaving Mrs. Lay and her baby alone. The stranger attacked her in the kitchen, threatened to kill her and tied her hands with a dish rag. She lost con sciousness and did not recover until half an hour later when she tele phoned her husband. The assailant was not apprehended. Dedication of Fair Building. Lancaster County. Secretary Mel lor of the state fair board is sending out hundreds of postal cards bearing pictures of the new colliseum on the state fair grounds asking recipients to be present at the dedication of the building. September 5. The funds for the buildings, a glass, steel and brick structure, were provided by the last legislature. Monroe Man Found Dead. Platte County John Munter o: Monroe, was found on the porch of s rooming house in Columbus dying from the effects of a dose of carbolic acid, taken with suicidal intent. He died from effects of the drug. Llent. Bridges on Furlough. Johnson County Lieutenant T. W Bridges, who recently graduated from the national military aeatlemj : at West Point, is visiting at the home Bridges, in Sterling. He is enjoying a three months' furlough, at the end of which time he expects to be as signed to duty either in the Philip I pine islands or in Alaska. Killed in a Wreck. Daves County Burlington train No i 96 collided with an extra freight be tween Belmont and Crawford. Fire man Keenan and three tramps, whe were beating their way, were killed Engineer McWade was scalded badlj . on tne legs, ana uaggagoman isaugh legs. i man had both legs broken and heac ! and face cut badly. Elevators Destroyed by Red Willow County In a broke out at McCook after smoldering ali night, the Fire. fire tha' probal:l ('Pdik Grain company's elevators and coa shcas enUreiy destroyed York Wheat Marketed. York County The first load of 19! wheat has been marketed hero. Th quality is No. 1, although "graded Xo 2. and weighed sixty-two founds tc the bushel. The average yield is fron twenty to twenty-seven bushels pei acre in this county. Fourth of July Victim. Butler County. A 10-year-old son of B. G. Chapman of Superior was burled as the result of an early cele bration of the Fourth. He was wound ed with a blank cartridge, resulting in blood poisoning. Ponca Farmer Kills Himself. Dixon County. Theodore Rahn. a prominent and wealthy farmer, com mitted suicide in Ponca by shooting himself through the head. He had been despondent for some time be cause of ill health. Novelty. 1 thought you told mo job something original la this libretto.1 aid the manager, scornfully. "Here at the very outset you have a lot of merry villagers singing, We are kaa py and gay!" "You dont catch the Idea at UP replied the poet, wearily. The 'g at soft. It should be pronounced happ7 and Jay." 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