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BY THE TRIBUNE PTG. CO.
FOR THE BUSY IAN
NEWS EPITOME THAT CAN SOON
MANY EVENTS ARE MENTIONED
Home and Foreign Intelligence Con
dented Into Two and Four
Ensign Charles E. Hozey, com
manding the little gunboat Pampanga
was killed by hostile natives at the
Yacans islands, which form part of
the Philippine archipelago. Several
Bailors of Ensign Hozey's party were
severely wounded. The details of the
affair have not yet reached the navy
Practically all the wood pulp and
print paper produced in New Bruns
wick until August, 1912, will enter the
United States free of duty. This is
made possible by a revised ruling
made by acting Secretary of the
Treasurer Curtis, under a clause of
Ihe Canadian reciprocity agreement
"The steel trust investigating com
mittee will proceed to carry out its
program notwithstanding the assur
ance of Judge Gary and J. P. Morgan
that the law has not been violated,"
said Representative Stanley of Ken
tuckj', chairman of the house commit
tee which is probing into the steel
corporation's affairs. Mr. Stanley de
clined to comment further upon the
statement issued by the corporation
The abstract of the condition of
the national banks of Nebraska, ex
clusive of reserve cities, at the close
of business on September 1, as re
ported to the comptroller of currency
shows the reserve held at 15o-8 per
cent, as compared with 10 per cent
June 7. Loans and discounts de
creased from $51,053,287 to $50,772,
476; gold coin from $1,548,405 to $1,
544,967; lawful money reserve from
$3,724,176 to $3,708,951; individual
posits increased from $52,310,423 to
Herbert Knox Smith made his re
port to the president on the tobacco
Turkey has appealed to the powers
to prevent Italian aggression in Tri
poli A. L. Mohler of Omaha, is selected
as president of Union Pacific and Ore
gon Short Line.
Richard L. Ballinger, in an address
at Denver declared for state control of
the public domain.
Italy declared war on Turkey,
Tripoli is being occupied, and a naval
engagement is reported. I
While disappointed over the defeat
of reciprocity in Canada, Fresident
Taft kept on smiling.
Robbers entered the office of the
Well-Fargo Express company at Mam
mon, La., and took $3,750.
Twelve persons were killed when a
train crashed into a hayrack party
near Neenah, Wis.
Sensational charges are made in a
suit begun at Denver against the al
leged lumber trust-
Dr. .1. Grant Lyman, accused of
swindling, made his escape from an
Oakland, Cal., hospital.
Chairman Stanley says the house
6teel trust investigating committee
will carry out its program.
Following the death of his wife in
e hospital at Danville, la., John Hin
ton was charged with her murder.
Thirty gold nuggets, some as large
as peas, were taken from the craws
of six geese raised by Mrs. Israel
Altschul of Santa Barbara, Cal.
The election of Mr. A. L. Mohler to
be president of the Union Pacific rail
road and the Oregon Short Line is a
matter of large importance to Nebras
ka. The banks of Minneapolis shipped
into the country $3,500,000 in eight
days, which exceeds that shipped in
the corresponding period last year by
. more than $500,000. The money Is
for movement of grain.
Mrs. Kate Webb West, widow of
Albert Warring West, pioneer settler
of Iowa, is dead at Chicago. She was
a noted writer during the middle of
the last century and was an authority
on religious and political history.
Champ Clark, speaker of the house
of representatives, in a speech at
Hutchison, Kansas, at the Kansas
Semi-centennial club, declared his
warm personal friendship for Presi
dent Taft and spoke in the highest
terms of the executive's administra
tion. The county special grand jury has
sanded down indictments involving
politicians from Louis Kuehle, the
that Turkey already has sent its re
publican organization, down to the
humblest ward workers, for alleged
Twenty-six persons were injured,
four probably fatally, Sunday, when a
street car. crowded with church-goers,
overran a switch at Atlanta, Ga.
Seno'ra Julia Munrox Creel, a sister
in-law of Enrique Creel, former for
eign minister of Mexico and one of
Mexico's richest women, dropped
dead in Santa Barbara.
In Philadelphia, on Sunday, one
hundred thousand men, women and
children participated in a great re
ligious demonstration in eleven dif
ferent city parks under the auspices
of the Philadelphia County Sunday
Theodore Roosevelt told a hundred
Pennsylvania farmers that ho was
with them in their efforts to get
more money for their crops.
At SL Joseph, Mo., William Watson,
a manufacturer of piano players, was
found guilty in the federal court of
white slavery on six out of eight
Deer are so plentiful in Delaware
county, near Jay, Oklahoma, that
they are a menace to growing crops.
Mayor J. H. Graham and Commis
sioner E. M. Leach were recalled by
the voters of Wichita, Kansas, at a
special recall election.
Government fraud cases have been
advanced for early hearing in the su
Colonel Roosevelt sent a breezy let
ter to the conservation congress, ex
plaining why he was not there.
President Taft at Waterloo, Iowa,
made a plea for fairness in dealing
with the big business interests.
The French warship Liberte was
torn to pieces by an explosion at Tou
lon and more than 300 lost
Henry Watterson says the day of
free passes and free tickets In the
newspaper business is passing.
A bank robbery, followed by the
pursuit of the robber through the
streets and culminating in the rob
ber's suicide, occurred at Salt Lake.
A plan to make 100 acres a year
of public park land out of Lake Mich
gan without cost to the city, was sub
mitted to the city council of Chicago.
The appointment of George Bakh
metief as Russian ambassador to the
United States to succeed Baron Ro
sen was gazetted.
A coroner's jury at Denver held
Mrs. Gertrude Gibson Patterson for
the killing of her husband, Charles A.
Patterson, a former Chicago broker.
"General" C. Rhys Pryce, former
commander of Lower California In
surrectos, will not be extradited to
Mexico to face charges of murder, ar
son and robbery.
Judge Peter S. Grosscup of Chica
go, is sued a statement in which he
said that he will send his resignation
as presiding judge of the United
States court of appeals to President
Taft the first week in October.
Reports from Urga, in north Mon
golia, state that the Russian guard
there has been increased to 200 men
because of the possibility of conflicts
between the Chinese and native Mon
golians. The porte has addressed a circular
to the Turkish representatives abroad
instructing them to invoke the good
offices of the powers with a view to
restraining Italy from hostile action
The audit of the books of the Na
tional Jewish Hospital association of
Denver, which is almost complete, has
disclosed that the shortage of the
late Alfred Muller, former secretary,
will approximate $73,000.
Orders were sent from the general
offices of the Rock Island railroad in
Chic-go to the general managers at
the three division points ordering a
cut of 10 per cent in operating ex
penses during the next three months
Bishop Samuel Fallows of the he
formed Episcopal church, speaking be
fore the National Good Roads associa
tion at Chicago, asserted that good
roads would increase the attendance
The Streator Motor company ol
Streator, 111., filed notice that it is
bankrupt and asks permission to sub
mit its assets to the court for distri
bution among its creditors. The com
pany is capitalized at $500,000.
Considerable progress has been
made by the army toward the comple
tion of the fortifications of the Haw
aiian islands, a comprehensive scheme
which has been worked out by the
President W. A. Post of the New
port News Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock Company, announced that be
cause of the eight-hour restriction of
the recent naval act, his company
will not bid for either of the great
battleships authorized by congress in
Fire Chief Thomas A. Clancy of Mil
waukee, was adjudged guilt by the
board of fire and police commissioners
of the charges filed against him sever
al weeks ago by E. F. Wiese, a dis
charged fireman. It was charged that
Clancy maintained a system ol
espionage; that he was incompetent
and that he indulged in "petty graft'
Whether Atlanta shall adopt the
commission form of municipal govern
ment or continue to be governed un
der the existing plan will be decided
by the voters at a special election
following the most spirited campaign
in the history of the city.
Gen. Manderson of Omaha, died
suddenly at Liverpool, Eng., on a
steamer on which . he was about to
sail for home after three months' ab
sence for his health. Gen. Manderson
represented Nebraska two full terms
in the United States Senate and held
many other positions of honor and
trust He served in the war of the re
bellion and was very intimate with
McKinley, in whose Ohio town (Can
ton) he found his wife. He was 73
James J. Hill has given $20,000 to
ion Methodist church at Winnipeg.
Hon. W. J. Bryan has arranged for
forty-three speeches in Nebraska in
Henri Stafford Norhcote, first Baron
Northcote, a former governor general
of Australia, died at London
Federal Judge Grosscup of Chicago
is soon to retire from the bench.
De la Barra's chances for the Mex
ican vice presidency are growing bet
ter. The appointment of V. N. Kokovsoff
as premier has been gazetted at St
Ex-Senator Manderson, who died
suddenly on a steamer at Liverpool,
served two terms in the United States
Senate from Nebraska.
A son of Charles Dickens and son-in-law
of Alfred Tennyson, in the per
son of Alfred Tennyson Dickens, arriv
ed at Boston from Liverpool.
Secretary Fisher denies he has seri
ous differences with Senator Bristow.
Attorney General Wfckersham de
nies the government is planning war
fare on all the big corporations.
Charles A. Patterson, formerly a
wealthy Chicago man, was killed bj
his wife at Denver.
Champ Clark is unwilling to accept
blame for helping to defeat reciproc
At a special recall election Wich
ita, Kan., ousted her present mayor.
Reports are current at Teheran that
the deposed shah. Mohammed All
Mcrza, has been captured or killed.
DISASTER BY A DAM
OVER EIGHT HUNDRED
SAID TO BE LOST.
GREAT STRUCTURE GIVES NAY
Many of the Bodies Recovered S3
Maimed that Recognition is
Austin, Pa. More than 800 persons
were drowned and untold numbers
were maimed here when, the great
dam of the Bayless Pulp and Paper
company, holding back more than
500,000,000 gallons of water went out
Saturday. Forty bodies have been re
covered, many of them so malmad
that recognition is impossible. Gov
ernor John K. Tenor of Pennsylvania
has been asked for help and a reller
train is on the way from Coudersport.
fourteen miles away. The survivors
are in a frenzy. There is no organ
ization, the town being dazed by the
force of the calamity, which came
without a moment's warning. Burgess
Michael Murn has not been located
and It is feared he has been drowned
Hundreds of men. women and chil
dren are searching through the ruins
of the village for their families and
friends. The only light is the glare
of hundreds of houses which caught
fire from broken gas pipes almost be
fore the flood had passed. Chaos
reigned from the moment the mighty
wall of water tore through the town
and there will be no relief until help
comes from the surrounding towns.
Meantime many bodies lie in the
wake of the flood.
The curtain of night, which was
rung down upon the Austin flood Sun
day scarcely before its victims had
all been claimed and its surviving
spectators fully realized how great
a tragedy the elements of water and
fire had enacted in the natural am
phitheatre of the Allegheny moun
tains here, was lifted by dawn, reveal
ing a ghastly scene of death and de
vastation. Austin, itself. Saturday a busy mill
town of 3.000 persons, many of whom
were enjoying the fine autumn after
.noon as a Saturday half holiday, is
only of a ghost of a town now. Torn
to pieces by water and eaten by fire
the wet and charred remnants of its
buildings, believed to hold the re
mains of 200 or more persons, were
strewn along the valley edge, piled in
rows where the main street business
section was swept in scattered mass
es far down the ravine.
Spectators, many of whom barely
escaped being victims of the disas
ter and hundreds of persons from sur
rounding towns, looked down from
the steep hillsides on Austion and
Costello through a veil of fog Sunday
morning to see the wreckage here of
some 400 houses, a score of business
blocks, three churches and several
large lumber mills and three miles
further down the river at Costella the
ruins of more than fifty buildings.
Latest estimates greatly reduces
the loss of life, but the real facts will
not be known for some time- The
property loss will exceed $6,000,000,
and it is the general opinion that the
town never will be rebuilt Two at
least of the large plants will not be
reconstructed and a majority of the
business men of the place have been
Bullet Kills Railroad Attorney.
Chicago, III. Curtis W. Reniy, for
many years known as a corporation
lawyer, died Sunday from a bullet
wound inflicted while he was in his
room in a downtown hotel. At a hos
pital Remy said he had shot himself
while cleaning a revolver. Remy was
born in Hope, Ind., in 1852.
Madera Elected Mexican Executive.
Mexico City. Basing his belief up
on information received from various
parts of the republic, Francisco I.
Madero, whom the people of Mexico
Sunday officially elected president, de
clared there was no doubt that his
candidate for the vice presidency, Jose
Pino Suarez of Yucatan, had been
Shop Men Walk Out
Chicago, 111. The threatened strike
of the shopmen on the Harriman
Lines to enforce recognition of their
newly organized federation became a
reality Saturday. The number of men
who quit in the fifteen states affect
ed were estimated at between 20,000
and 30,000 by the union men.
Killed by a Fall.
New York. Miss Cora Barnes, step
daughter of William H. Bliss, a well
known New York lawyer was k'lled by
falling from a three-story window. She
A Promoter Arrested.
Chicago. B. F. Schwartz, a Little
Rock, Ark., promoter, was arrested
here charged with passing a worth
less check at the Day and Night bank
in Kansas City, Mo. Schwartz is said
to be engaged in organizing banking
and insurance projects.
Killed While Maneuvering.
Sparta, Wis. Corporal Howard W.
Beverly and Privates Howard W. Gam
and Earl B. Snyder of the Cleveland,
O., state artilley by a cannon bursting.
Several others were hurt
Talk With Imprisoned Men.
Fairbanks, Alaska. Communication
was established with the fourteen min
ers entomed in Shakespeare mine. A
steampipe running into the shaft was
opened, which enabled tho'se above to
talk to the men improsined 175 feet
Murdered for His Money.
Iowa City, la. The body of Jared
Ham, a retired business man aged 55,
was found floating in the Iowa river.
I His skull was crushed and $2,000 he I
NEBRASKA IN BRIEF.
News Notes of Interest from Variow
Henry Mower, one of the early sett
lers of Burt county, died last week.
President Taft, in his visit to Oma
ha, talked .on "The World's Peace" in
On the 7th of October, Lincoln'
postal savings bank will open foi
Hon W. J. Bryan will make forty
three speeches in Nebraska in Octo
ber. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Naber of York
county, celebrated the fiftieth anni
versary of their marriage.
Omaha has developed a highway
man who travels in an automobile
when he is busy.
Neel Sheehan, a young man of
Seward received injuries in a run
away that it Is thought will prove fat
al. A half section of land lying west of
St. Edward was sold at the court
house last week at guardian's sale for
$81.25 per acre.
A man and a woman traveling
through the country in a buggy, sold
a ba"5y boy for $5 to Homer Howell, a
young farmer residing half way be
tween Howe and Auburn.
The coming school year at the High
school in Fremont promises great act
ivity among the pupils as several de
bating, literary and glee clubs have
The Exeter military band will play
at Hastings, October 11, during the
Yt Nuoc Smada celebration there. It
will also play at Lincoln, October 18
and 19, Lincoln German days.
Gen Manderson, twice United
States Senator from Nebraska, died
on a steamer at Liverpool, tngianu
as he was about to sail for home. He
had gone abroad for his health.
Old Settlers of Harlan county held
their annual picnic at Orleans and
had a great time. There was large
attendance and much joy in the meet
ing and greeting that took place.
While working in the ditch of the
new water works extension at Beat
rice, Bob Waters and Lee O'Connor of
Lincoln came near being buried alive
when the bank caved in as the men
were digging in the sandy soil at a
depth of eight feet
Prairie hay. excepting that shipped
from the Elkhorn valley, is being
bought on track in Lincoln at from
$11 to $12 a ton. From $13 to $13.50
is being paid for Elkhorn hay. This
is the choicest hay shipped into the
city, say the dealers.
The session of the farmers'- con
gress and rural life commission
closed at York. Chancellor Samuel
Avery of the state university dellving
the closing address. A length)- set of
resolutions were adopted. They
stated that two hundred delegates
from thirty-six counties well scatter
ed over the state had attended the
A post-mortem and inquest being
held at the Friends church in Fre
mont, came to an abrupt close when
the supposed corpse sat up and took
notice. Moritz Esche was given lodg
ing in a potion of the church set aside
for the use of stranded wayfarers,
and when the Reverand Lamm at
tempted to wake him he was unable
to do so. Thinking him dead, he sum
moned the police and coroner, who In
turn impaneled a jury.
State Auditor Barton is after the
national business men's association
wih a hot poker. The association has
headquarters in Omaha and is a mu
tual company doing an accident and
health insurance business. The au
ditor contends that the company is re
quired to place its membership money
in the general fund, but that it has
made a contract with a brokerage
company which practically annuls
The congregations of the Tecumseh
Christian and Baptist churches sent
representatives to a meeting at the
Baptist church having in view the
uniting of the two churches there.
The Rev. V. G. Miller, former pastor
of the Baptist church, is leaving the
city and the Baptists, now without a
pastor, have a good church 'building.
The Christian congregation has a
pastor, the Rev. W. C. Lessley, but
they have a poor church building.
A fire, believed to be of incendiary
origin, consumed a large barn and
granary belonging to Col. J. B. Sey
bolt. two miles northwest of Murray.
The buildings and contents were
burned to the ground, entailing a loss
of about $3,000 with very little insur
ance. Only two head of horses were
saved out of fourteen which were in
the barn when It was burned. Two
of them which were led from the
burning bar were so badly burned
that they afterwards died.
The twenty-seventh Boone county
fair was another record breaker. Be
tween 15.000 and 20.000 were on the
grounds Thursday. The weather was
ideal and the people came from far
At Wahoo. an auto driven by Je
rome Barnell was overturned by run
ning over a dog. One of the occu
pants. Miss Frances McDonald, a
school teacher, received a broken
arm, and Mr. Barnell and wife re
ceived painful bruises.
Oscar Erickson, a laborer was
found in Fremont with an ugly knife
wound over the heart self adminis
tered. He had hid in a pile of ties.
when taken out he declared that
Deputy Sheriff Condlt and the blood
hounds were on his trail and that he
would rather die than be bitten by
One hundred Nebraska photograph
ers held their annual convention in
Omaha last week.
Work on the new $50,000 science
hall at Fremont college will be push
ed to completion this fall.
George H. Poell. who was awarded
a Carnegie medal for heroism dis
played in saving the life of a child
at Grand Island a few years ago, Is
being sued for divorce by Cecelia
Poell on the grounds of cruelty. She
charges that he drove her from their
home at the point of a revolver.
Poell's desperate heroism coat him a
Hastings. Neb. The athletic com
mittee was instructed to secure the
best possible attraction and when they
made a contract with the world's
most famous trainer, lecturer and
wrestler, the board of governors
thought they had just about hit the
nail on the head. Fanner Burns
comes to Hastings Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday, the week of the fes
tival. Oct. 9-14, and as the farmer is
fresh from the famous Gotch-Hacken-Schmidt
match which took place in Chi
cago on Labor Day, he will have some
interesting things to say to those who
could not attend that famous match.
During this wrestling tournament at
Hastings there will be matches be
tween Joe Siegman. the big Bohemian,
and Jack Tamassec. the big Russian
who came over to see Hack get his.
Then Oscar Wassam will try to throw
the winner 'and Farmer Burns will
wrestle with the winner of each match.
Besides this, he will explain holds and
physical development at which he is
a past master, giving a full explana
tion of the Gotch famous toe hold as
used to throw Hackenschmidt.
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AT HASTINGS FAIR
Hastings, Neb. Among the paid at
tractions which will be on the streets
during the Central Nebraska fall fes
tival at Hastings, October 9th to 14th,
will be Edwards Famous Animal Zoo.
This show makes its winter quarters
in Philadelphia and during the sum
mer season tours all over the country,
having just returned from a trip
through Canada and British Columbia.
The concession committee also reports
the engagement of Francis Williams'
Dog and Pony circus which will be ol
interest to the children aud ladies as
well as being a fine entertainment for
men. Miss Williams has a delightful
troupe of trained dogs, monkeys, and
ponies, giving the show in a big tent
where seats are provided for 400 per
sons at each performance.
RUN TO HASTINGS
Hastings. Xeb. Arrangements hav
been made to run a special train from
York to Hastings, leaving York at 7
a. m.. and returning from Hastings at
9.30 p. m. This train has been
scheduled for Tuesday, October 10
and will stop at points on the line,
This special will arrive in Hastings
In plenty of time "for passengers tc
witness the beautiful automobile
flower parade, which will take place
at 10:30 in the morning. The Burling
ton will run a special on the same day
from Fairmont and return. Specie
trains returning to Aurora. Red Cloud
and Kearney will leave Hastings at
7::0 p. m.; also the Missouri Pacific
and the St. Joseph aivl Grand Island
will have special facilities for hand
ling the crowds on Tuesday and Fri
day. Better ask your depot agent
about the trains ror the Central Ne
braska Fall Festival. October 9 to 14
An automobile flower parade Tues
day, a farmers decorated vehicle pa
rade Wednesday, a big industrial float
parade Thursdax. a lodges, societies
and school parade Friday; a farmers'
decorated automobile parade Saturday,
a horse show, a poultry show, a farm
product show. Entries are entirely
free to all during the Central Nebras
ka fall festival. Oct. 9-14.
Washington. The coming session
of congress is expected to be marked
by much more agitation of the sub
ject of federal aid to good roads than
usual. On reason for this is tbe in
creasing activity of the advocates of
federal aid to interstate road improve
ment. The activity of the promoters
of good roads in the states is marked
and is constantly increasing.
The parcels post was advocated by
Superintendent Thompson of the rural
mail service at the letter carriers' con
jvention at Milwaukee.
I Montreal. The liberal ministry,
whose defeat came in Thursday's elec
tion, will meet in Ontario this week
to wind up the affairs of the present
government and to tender their resig
nations. They also will consider plans
for the reorganization of their party.
It is now thought possible that Sir
Wilfrid Laurier may continue to re
main the head of his party and that
be will lead the opposition in parliament,
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Just what sort of demonstration Is
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