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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1002
STATE FINISHES IIS CASE
8od Prjr ii Itiig Male in th Bod
riok Marisr Trial .
INDICATIONS WHAT DEFENSE WILL BE
Expert Testimony to Mhovv That Blow
Received by Moyer Waa Not SofH
eleat to Cease Death and That
Moyer Started the QaarrrE.
At had beeu anticipated, the defense of
Otto Roderick, charged with killing Clark
Moyer, the railway mall clerk, will be that
the blow Roderick atruck Moyer waa not
ufllclent In itaelf to cause hla death. This
was made erldent yesterday afternoon when ;
the defenae placed on the witness stand :
Drs. T. B. Lacey, V. L. Treynor, II. B. 1
Jennings and Don Macrae, Jr.
Drs. Lacey, Treynor and Macrae testified
to having attended Moyer at different times,
especially on two occasions when be suf
fered a fracture of his leg, the result of
falling on the sidewalk. Their testimony
was to the effect that they had noticed a
general brlttleness of Moyer'a bone, mak
ing tbem peculiarly susceptible to frac
ture. Dr. Jennings bad never treated Moyer
and his testimony waa merely In the ab
stract. The direct testimony for the state was
completed shortly after the noon recess.
Dr. Seybert, who performed the post mor
tem examination on Moyer. testified that
In addition to the wound under the eye he
had found a large contused wound back of
the left ear. la his opinion, 'lie said, this
wound could not hare been caused by a
blow from (1st or by falling on the stone
pavement. While not stating so directly,
he inferred that the wound had been '.
caused ty brasa knuckles or acme other In
strument. Roy Keller, Will Frlsbie and Frank Cook.
the three young men who were with Moyer
In the Creston house saloon just previous
to the assault, repeated the teatlmony 'they
had given at the coroner's inqueat. They i
.told how Keller had been atruck by John
Williams, Roderick' companion, but none
of them saw Moyer atruck.
Wllllaass H..s Poor Htnorr.
John Williams, who waa with Roderick
the Bight Moyer waa assaulted and who was '
arrested along with Roderick, when placed '
n the atand evinced a peculiar lapse of
memory. To almost every question asked
him by County Attorney Killpack he an
swered: "I do dot remember." He told
of having struck young Keller after tho
latter, aa he alleged, had Applied a vile epl-j
thet to him, but he Insisted he did not see
anyone strike Moyer. His testimony varied
In many polnta from that given before tho '
Constable Albertl and Detective Murphy,
woo arrested Roderick thedy . following
the assault on Moyer, testified as to Rode
rick admitting b had struck Moyer. Roy
Jones, the employe at the South Main
atreet restaurant, from whom Roderick
tried to borrow 2S cent the night of the
Assault, repeated his testimony practically
as given at the Inquest. This was to the
Sect tbat when he declined to loan Rode
rick the money the latter Informed him he
had Already knocked out on four-eyed
fellow and that he had a great mind to do
the same to him. Moyer wore eyeglasses,
nd it was to tbat Roderlck'was supposed
to have referred to when talking of a four
eyed fallow. "
Tho last witness for the state was Re
porter O'Hanley, who read from his short
hand notes the testimony of the several
witnesses At the coroner's Inqueat.
It la understood that the defense intends
today to place on the atand witnesses In j
An attempt to show that Moyer waa of a
quarrelsome nature and that he started the
troubla which led to the asaault on htm.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby Son.
Hosry Was Worthless.
' An incautious display of their apparent
wealth ted to the arrest last evening of
Walter Johnson and Oscar . Eherer, two
young men claiming to be news agents on
the Northwestern railroad between Chicago
and Omaha. The wealth which they flashed
In several stores proved to be confederate
and New Brunswick bank tills. It is not
know whether they succeeded In passing
any of the worthless bills. They claimed
to hare purchased the bills to add to their
collection of coin and old money. Sherer
registered at the Neumayer hotel as Shea.
Among their effects were several article
ef "phoney" jewelry. They will be held
Davis sell paints.
Two Find Marriage a Fallare.
Two'wlvo who had found marriage a fail
ure commenced proceedings In- the dis
trict court yesterday tor the severance of
the matrimonial knot and the restoration
of -their maiden names. Mrs. Florence A.
Ferris, who ' waa married to C. C. Ferris
ta Council Bluffs December 25, loot, asks
for a divorce on statutory grounds and
the restoration of her maiden name of I
Florence Lebaugh. Mrs. Dertha Leno, seeks '
A divorce from W. H. Leno on statutory '
(rounds and asks that her maiden name
6f Bertha Hartman be restored to her.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Reld, (41 Broadway.
Two Candidates for Asylana.
, Charles W. Stevens, tho waa brought to
Council Bluffs late Tuesday night by the au
thorities of Macedonia,' was com.nltted yes
terday by the commissioner for the In
sane to the fcUte asylum at Clarlnda. Stev
ens Is about SO years of age and drifted Into
Macedonia last Monday. He appears to
be suffering from profound melancholy and
refuse to answer any questions about him
self. The commissioners have so far been
vnabl to ascertain anything about him
or hla previous resldeuee.
John W. Lynch,, the railroad laborer
brought her from Underwood, waa formally
"King of aU Bottled Br.H
rwal from, Bohemian Hop
H. May Cstsssy
Pearl St., Council Bluffs. 'Phone 17.
NEWS OF IOWA!
committed yesterday to St. Bernard' ho,,
pltal. It is the opinion of the Insanity
board tbat hi present condition ta the
reault of excessive drinking and that treat
ment In the hospital will la a ahort time
result In hla being able to be discharged.
Aa far aa the commlaaionera hare been able
to ascertain Lynch'a legal residence U
In Delaware, la.
Thieves Visit Boysen.
Thieves visited the residence of S. J.
Boysen, at the corner of Sixth atreet And
Sixteenth avenue Tuesday night and suc
ceeded In securing a small sum of money
and a valuable diamond ring. The first
Intimation Mr. Boysen had thst hs had
been visited by thieves waa when he com
menced to dress yesterday and missed hla
trousers. A search revealed them In the
hallway. . ,
Directory Makes Geod thowlsg.
The new city directory now being dis
tributed for 1902-1903 discloses "je fact
that Council Bluffs haa a population of
81,648. Thla mean an increase of over
1.000 since January 1 and an Increase of
6,000 In the last twe years. . -
Davis sells glssa.
N. T. riumbinr Co., telephone 252.
Real Estate Traasfers,
These transfers were Bled yesterday la
the abstract, title and locn office of J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl atreet:
Gottlieb Beheef to Mary A. Jackson,
nV sH sw4 neH 22-7i-43, except w 20
feet, w. d I 1,709
M. A. Jackson to Mlna Scheef, lot 12,
Auditors subdlv of lot 4, Ureen-
wood subdlv, w. d 1,200
Sheriff to J. W. Squire, trustee, lot
12. block 7, Jackson's add. s, d 1,700 ,
lot 2. block 30, Kveretta add; lots 11
and 12, block S, Casady's add, except
railroad; lot S, blork 6, Mullin's sub
dlv; lots and 7, block 3, and lota 4
and 6, block 6, Baylies' 3d add; lot 8
Ulendale extension, and lots 1 And 6,
block 27, Howard's add, w. d 1,000
Nells P. Johnson to Charles K. and
Maria D. Pratt, ne4 nw, except t '
acres off S side, 6-77-43, w. d 1,780
Charles H. McCready to Emma R.
Perks, lots 6 and 6, block 18, Mace
donia, w. d 1,000
Windsor Savings bank to Patrick
Ounnoude, nH lot 8, block I, Riddles'
subdlv. w. d 1,500
Total seven transfer
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name And Residence.
Marcus I. Sllverstone, Fort Dodge,
Bertha Stearn, Fort Dodge, la
William A. Salter, Council Bluffs....
Orla M. Wheeler, Jollet, 111
W. L. Sheets, Herr.;on Neb...;
Ida Weaver, Council Bluffs
Edward M. Coggtns, Omaha ,
Emma Steudel, Omaha ,
David Brook. Council Bluffs
Lclle Alexander, Council Bluffs
. MINOR MENTION. '
Davis sells drug. , v
Stockert sells carpets and rugs.
Mauthe, fine watch repairing, 222 B'way.
Expert watch repairing, Leffert, 401 B'way.
Big 600-page school tablet, 4 cents, at A.
B. Howe's, 310 Broadway.
The Christy pictures tor sal. C. E. Alex
ander & Co , 843 Broadway.
David Stubbs of Newcastle,' Wyo., U in
the city renewing acquaintance.
Do you play ping pongt- Morgan at Dickey
can furnish you a nice set for 21.
Wanted, carrier with horse for1 route on
Tbe Bee. Apply at office, 10 Pearl street.
Mrs. Arthur M. Shaw of Louisville, Ky.,
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. w.
Girls, have you seen that swell line of
fall styles of papetrles At Morgan
M. D. Chilton, treasurer of Stephenson
county, Illinois, ana wiie ore guests oi sir.
and Mrs. V. A- Blxby.
Visit our art department and see the
beautiful new designs in frames now in.
C. B. Paint. OH c Glass Co.
Judge Scott has returned from his ex
tended Visit with relative In Nebraska and
will resume his duties in police court ibis
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lemmerman, who
have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
French, returned to their home in Syracuse,
Neb., yesterday. .
The new pastor. Rev. L. K. Ripley, an
nounces revival of old time religion at
the Kpworth Methodist church, corner of
Twenty-fifth atreet And Avenue B.
Colonel James Hoon and Colonel J. C.
Rhodaueck have gone to Newton. In, to
attend the reunion ot-" their old regiment,
the Eighteenth Iowa.
James Adam was arm ted A divorce In
the district court yesterday from Alice '
cruel and Inhuman treatment.
Deputy Sheriff W. A. Groneweg Arrived '
home yesterday morning from his trip to ,'
Washington, L. C. En route home he visited .
relatives In Cincinnati and Chicago.
Mrs. Roxanna Rice, said to be the oldest '
member of the Woman's Christian Temper
ance union In the United States, celebrated
her Vi birthday Monday at the Christian i
Ed Bennett, a former resident of this city, I
now living in St. Paul. Minn., was In the i
city yesterday. He returned home last I
evening, accompanied by his sister. Miss 1
Kate Bennett. i
Ernest Conway, the runaway boy from
Battle Creek. Mich.. Is still at the rlty fall,
where he will be held until the arrival of
his mother, who has ieiegrsphed that she .
will come for him.
Clifton L. Corpenlng, formerly chief clerk
at the Grand hotel, now located at Battle
Creek. Mich., is in. the city renewing ac
quaintances, enroute home from a Visit
with relatives in the south.
County Superintendent O. J. McMnnus
and City Superintendent W. N. Clifford
went to Cedar Falls, la., last evening to at
tend the annual meettng of the Northeast
ern Iowa Teachers' association, which con- I
venes there today. I
Justice Canton performed the tnarrlase!
ceremony yesterday for David Brook and
Belie Alexander, both of Council Bluffs;
Edward M. Cogglns and Emma Steudel,
both of Omaha, and W. U Sheets of Her
man. Neb., and Ida Weaver of Council
Bluffs. - i
The republican city central committee!
held a short meeting last evening at which
arrangements were completed for taking a
poll of the -lty. Reports from the different
precincts indicate an increased republican
muj'irtty this fall. .The meeting was well
The city council of Missouri Vslley Is al
iened to be In eontemut of court by not
heeding an injunction Issued by Judge
Green restraining the ordering of a new
sidewalk In front of the property of Mrs.
Jennie L. 8outh. The members of the tun.
ell have been cited to appear before Judge
Macy in mis city r riaay.
Lewis D. Jones, a resident of Council
Bluffs for thirty years, died yesterday,
morning at hla home. 2u6 Knepper street. 1
lie was 71 years of age and death waa due'
to an attack uf pneumonia, .besides hla'
wlf ha fit aiirvtvaMl hf f h rt mnm I aw la 1 I
Junes, jr., Htchard Jones. Hiram T. Jones,
and one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Cook. j
Mrs. Sophia Saar, a plonesr resident of
Mills county, died yesterday morning at
her home in I'lumer Settlement, aged 78
years. She Is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Charles Deetken of this city, and five
sons. J. J., F. If., William. Qtto and Ed
ward Haar. The funeral will be held Fri
day afternoon at 1 o'clock from thgfamliy
residence and burial will he- tn the Piumer
Williams Owens and Ida Alice Peterson, a
young couple from Omaha, applied to
Li-put y liaird yesterday afternoon for a
marriage license. Tbe groom, however,
proved to be under age and the license was
refuned him until he obtained the consent
of his parent.; Tbe young man said hi
fo'.Wa were perfectly willing he efcould tske
unto himself a wife and the couple left,
saying they would return to OsnahA And
get married Ultra.
What lkr 2amaad.
Htadacbea, liver eomplalaU. bowel d's-
I orders demand Dr. Klng'A K,w Life Pills.
They are gentle, but cure or go pay. 25c.
For sale by Kuha Co.
PATRIOTIC OFELR PROSPERS
8UU If tin; of Daufhteri tf American
Itrolntioa Held in Ds Keinet.
IOWA REDMEN SELECT THEIR OFFICERS
gnpreaae Coart t'nkolds Validity of
Verbal Contract ta
Laad Iaatraetloa la teleet-
last Seed Cora.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE3 MOINES, , Oct. 15. (Special.) The
state meeting of the Daughters of the
American Revolution was held here today.
The state regent, Mrs. Julian Richards of
Waterloo, presented her annual report, In
which she called attention to the fact that
there has been substantial growth in mem
bership and several new chapter were
added during the year. ' This was the third
annual meeting of the state chapter. Ap
proval was given of the plan for a national
memorial hall in Washington, which has
already been Commenced. The following
were elected as 'biBcers: State secretary.
Miss Mary Hancock, Dubuque; treasurer,
Mrs. Harold Rivers Howell, Des Moines;
state- historian, MVs. Mary Purdy Peck,
The address by th state regent wa very
Interesting. After A fitting introduction
Mrs. Richards mentioned tbe hew chapter
which has been organized during the Ut
year, the chapter at Fort Madison. Other
chapters about ready to organize are At
MArshalltowb, Fairfield, Oskaloosa and In
dependence. Mrs. Richards referred to tbe
Charles Shepherd monument which Is to be
erected by tbe Daughters of the American
Revolution. Tbe legislature appropriated
2500 toward ' marking tho grav of Charles
Shepherd, A soldier of the revolutionary
war, who was buried in 1848 near Mills
paugh Mills, Henry county. The conference
took up the subject' and waa to pas torn
action. ' The matter, however, was re
ferred to tbe various chapters throughout
Meetlac of the Rednien.
The nineteenth Annual convention of the
Improved Order of Red Men was concluded
here today with the election of the follow
ing officers: Great sachem, W. F. Menton,
Boon; great senior sagamore, William
Allen, Pella; great Junior sagamore, George
Richards, Colfax; great keeper of records,
Frank Day, Des Moines; great keeper of
wampum, Fred Lumpkla, Fort Dodge. The
election signifies virtually a reorganization.
Most of tbe time of the1 convention was
taken up with consideration of tbe financial
matters of the order. The next meeting 1
to be held In Des Moines.
(Voeer lind Deal Approved. '
Th supreme court of Iowa today af
firmed a case from Marlon county involv
ing possession of land on an oral agree
ment to deliver the same tinder peculiar
circumstances. On John Cochran bad
promised James baley that If the latter
would Dim his son, after Cochrane he
would give the boy forty acres of Jand. The
boy waa so named, and years afterward
Cochrane bought a tract ot land to give to
the son. He did not execute the deed be
fore he died and suit was brought to se
cure possession, u was plainly shown that
Cochran Intended thla certain tract of
laad to btr given the boy, and: the court 'to
day accepted such a contract or Agreement
as ' binding Against the . estate. Judge
Deemer wrote th opinion and Judge Mc
ClAln wrote a dlasent, taking the ground
that a contract to convey land In thla man
ner was sot valid.
The following were the decisions filed by
the court today:
I. E. Sutton Against August Orlebel, ap
pellant; Humboldt county. Judge Quarter;
action on sale agreement; reversed; opinion
W. W. Atkins, appellant, against Nelaon
Ellis; VanBuren county, Judge Sloan; ac
tion for professional eervloea; reversed by
O. Gorman against George William, ap
pellant; Lee county. Judge Trelchler; con
tract of Indemnity; reversed by Sherwtn.
John T. Dally against Sarah T. Mlnnlck,
appellant; Monroe county. Judge Apple
gate; action to quiet title; Affirmed by Dee
mer. I .
W. A. Wetnaur against 'Eirrma A. Wet- i
naur, appellant! Blitkhawk county, JuBge
Piatt: accounting: reversed by Ladd.
Virgil Blaekledge, appellant, against
Oliver J. Blaekledge; Jssper county, Judge
Clements; affirmed by th court. J
Kevea Years for Bstootlasj. J
Judge Holme la the district court today
sentenced Albert McKlnaey, colored, 'o
seven years In the penitentiary for shoot
ing Rev. F.Lomack, colored minister. Mc
Klnaey was Jealous of Lomack and ahot
the preacher while the latter was walking
home with the woman Lomark was soon
to marry. The ahot waa not fatal. Lo
mack In addition to- being a preacher runs
A requisition wa Issued by Governor
Cumins today on tbe governor of Wisconsin
for the return to the state. of Felix Har
tog,, who I wanted In Hardin county, ,
where he la accused of cheating by false
pretenses, t ,
The article of Incorporation of Ware
house Construction company No 2 were
tied with the secretary of state today,
This Is a Council Bluffs concern with capi
tal of 250,000 organised by E. H. Merrlam
and others. The Iowa Clark Automatic
Telephone company of Bloux City, filed ar
ticle of Incorporation, capital $100,000;
A. S. Clark, president; J. L. Peterson, sec
retary. Seed Cora Judglnar School.
A school for Judging seed corn Is to be
opened at the low State college, Ames, '
January ( next, under the auspices of the
new professor of agronomy, J. G. Holdon,
lately of Illinois. Tbe school will continue
two weeks and men from all over Iowa who
choose to attend may, learn al about the
qualities of good seed corn. It is th inT
tentlon of thos who will conduct the
school to make A systematic effort to In
due th farmers of Iowa to improve th
quality of their corn by selection of good
seed. Prof. Holdea Is regarded as an ex
pert in this Una. He clalma that by the
selection of seed corn and Improvement of
th variety of corn used In Iowa from S
to 10 bushels aa acre can be added to the
crop of Iowa. Th sred corn school at
Ames Is a new And unique thing.
FOOT BALL PLAYER INJURED
Carried Froaa Field la Helpless Coa
dltloa, hat It 1 Thoaght He
i Will Recover.
FERRT. Ia.. Oct. U (Special Telegram.)
During a hotly contested foot ball game
her this afteranoa, between a local club
and one from Drake university of Des
Moines, en of th latter' men waa seri
ously Injured while making a center rush.
In th rush, which ended In a acrlmmage,
Edgar Olabaoa of Tracy. Ia., tell or was
knocked down and was kicked oa th chin,
thea la th back of neck by some one of
th Perry club's men. After the melee wss
stopped by tho police Glabson wss helped
to his feet, hut could not stand without
aaslstance and waa found to be unable to
control himself. He was carried, to th.
Stewart house and medlcil Aid summoned.
Dr. Fultt at once advised wiring for hla
relatives. Other doctors were sent for and
a consultation held. While his condition
was serious, he was thought to be In no
danger of dying. He regained conscious
ness later and Will be taken o his home
tonight. It Is likely the grounds cannot
be gotten for another game this season as
a result of today's game.
DAUGHTER OF THE REVOLUTION
Wosnaa Whose Father Served TJnder
Waahiaaitoa Die at Cedar
CEDAR FALLS, Ia., Oct. IS. (Special
Telegram.) Mrs. Mary Ann Burr died to
day at the age of 95. She was the only real
daughter of the' revolution in the county.
Her father was a soldier in the revolution
ary war under General George Washington.
Cleneral Drake Much Better.
CENTERVILLE, Ia., Oct, lS.-tSpeclAl.)
General Drake is much better today than
yesterday. He Is still suffering great pain,
but the physicians take a more hopeful
view. His pleurisy, does not trouble him
so much And it is thought hi injured
back is much improved. However, he has
not passed the danger mark and may yet
Vletor Dolllver at Sibley, t
SIBLEY, la., "Oct. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) This evening the opera sous was
crowded by aa enthusiastic audience that
Attentively followed Hon. Victor B., Dolll
ver of Fort Dodge, as for an hour and a
half he eloquently described national
progress and the splendid part taken la It
by republican administrations.
Heavy Damage for Fishing.
OTTUMWA, la!, Oct 15. (Special.) Th
sheriff's , Jury ' hk. awarded the. property
holders 240,000 for their land condemned
for the construction of a fish-way through
the Bonaparte dam: The' decision Is be
lieved to be far In excess of th actual
worth of the property.
PRESIDENT FOR UNION LABOR
Secretary Moody Say Roosovelt
Btaads for Organlsatloa hy
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct. 15. Secretary
of tho Navy Moody Addressed A big repub
lican meeting la Kansas City. Kan., 4 to
Ho gave A history of th coal strike aad
The strike feellns- Increased In bitterness
and we In tho east grew apprehensive of
the prospects for winter. Appeals were
made to tne president, ana aner mucn ue
llberatlon and after consulting with hla ad
visers the president decided to make an ef
fort to compromise the difficulty.
The coal operators have apparently re
sented the interference of the president
in the coal strike, but I say it is too late
tn rnmDlaln of the organisation of labor.
Organised labor, like organised capital, is
here to stay, and tne administration or
President Roosevelt stands for organised
labor. We believe that the voices of both
organisations must be listened to. botji
must work fir public welfare and they
must yield obedience to the laws of the
Mr. Moody declared the constitution did
not contemplate that the army could be
used as a police fore by the president, la
referring to the demand of. the operators
that United States troops be called in to
protect property, "and," he aald, "if the
president had granted this demand he
would have been subject to Impeachment."
TIDAL WAVEJSWEEPS COAST
Croat Deatraetloa Property la Re
ported at Mexican and Central
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15. Orest
damage was done to various ports on the
Mexican and Central American coast by
an earthquake and tidal wave, September
22 and 24. '
Captain Vonrlegen ef tbe German
ateamer Denderah, says he was unable at
some of the ports to even make a land
ing owing to destruction of ths piers. At
SPECIAL OKV." "BRUT."
"GOLD HbAL" 1 made by the Freooh prooess from th
choicest grape grow la our ewa vineyards, exoels aay ether Ameri
can win and equals aay Imported.
GOLD sEAL" may bo placed on tb Ubla of the mo.t
fastidious connoisseur without fear of r.rtticlsai er eompaiisoa with
aay imported champagne.
Why pay twice a much for forolga labels T
UOLU -EAL" is told everywhere and torved at all leading
dub And cafes.
SARAH BERNHARDT ears: I Add the Urban a Win Co. 'a
HiULII 8ISAL." C HAM B AG ft la excellent. In fact, superior to many
French Champagnes. U surprise m that such a tins win can be
produced In Amerlrs.
tUAJIA WL1E CO, ttkUKA, It Y- SOLE MAKCK.
he-best fjxmiiy laxative-
It is pure.
It is gentle. '
It is pleasant.
It is efficacious. .
It is not expensive.
It is good for children.
It is excellent for ladies. '
It is convenient for business men.
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.
It is used by millions of families the world over
It stands highest, as z laxative, with physicians. '
If you use it you have the best laxative the world
Eallna Crux, on Tehuantepre, ha says th
loss was greatest and that launches and
lighters were carried Inland over a hun
At Ooos, Guatemala, tbe entire pier, at
least 1,000 feet In length, was wrecked.
The damage to the port and city will
amount to millions. The quake and tidal
wave were felt as far up the coast as Man
tanllIo. TRAINMEN ARE TO BLAME
Finding of Coreaor's Jary In th
Caaa ! Craig, Bodygaard
PITT8FIELD, Mass., Oct. 15. Th finding
in the Inquest following the accident In
which President Roosevelt's bodyguard,
William Craig, was killed her last Septem
ber, filed today, says that the "unlawful
act of Jamea T. Kelly, conductor, and Eu
clid Madden, motorman," of the electrlo
car which ran into tbe president's carriage,
"contributed" to the death or Mr. Craig.
Tho finding was by Special Justice Charles
' Justice Hlbbard finds that the horses
Attached to the president's carriage were
going at th rate of six miles an hour
and th1 car from fifteen to twenty-five
mile an hour. He also finds that there
was a misunderstanding with the street
car company as to what thoroughfarea
were to be closed to trafllo during the
president's visit. No evidence, the report
ays, was found to show that the car
waa not running at regular schedule or
that the official of th road , had given
any orders for it to be run otherwise than
under normal conditions.
DAKOTA CITY. Neb.. Oct. 15. (Special )
William Folts, one of the old settlers of
Dakota county, and a carpenter by trade,
was found dead ia bed this morning at the
home, of Henry Fisher about four miles
southwest of this place, where he and his
son, John, were working. Mr. Folts re
tired laat night somewhat tired from his
day's work, but complaining of nothing
further. Thla morning when he was called
for breakfast he failed to arise, and his
son, John, went to his bed, where he found
him dead. Mr. Folts waa subject to numb
spells, caused from Inaction of the heart.
And It is supposed that overcome by hi
day's work be wa attacked by a spell
which klUet fclnv
Old Settler of fcaaadera Coaaty.
YUTAN. Ne.( Oct. . (Special.) Peter
Jacobs.- aged 52 years, a native of Schlea-wig-HoIsteln,
and resident of Saunders
county for twenty-four years, died here to
day at noon. Interment will be from th
German Lutheran church next Sunday
afterncoa at 2 o'clock.
" Mrs. Jennie Cannulas.
8EWARD, Neb., Oct. 15. (Special.) Mr.
Jennie Cummin, wife of Dr. H. B. Cum
mins, died yesterday morning and the fun
eral services will b held tomorrow. Mrs.
Cummins has been Buffering from a cancer
which developed a serious form about two
SUTTON, Neb., Oct. 15. (Special.) Wm.
8tover, a highly respected resident of Sut
ton, died of appoplexy October 12, aged 32
years. , Th deceased makes the eleventh
death out of a family of thirteen children,
lis waa born In Iowa, coming to Nebraska
Rear Admiral Self ridge.
BOSTON, Oct. 15. Rear Admiral Thomas
O Selfridge, U. . N., retired, died at the
McLean asylum in Waverly today.
Fire tn New Braaswlek.
ST. JOHN, N. B-, Oct. 15. Fir raged to
day at Shedlac, Westmoreland county. So
far as reported five stores burned and the
Br Is. believed to be under control. The
loss Is roughly estimated at $100,000.
Its component parts are all wholesome.
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Five years Ago when my first child was born it nearly cost me my life.
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Tou have seen California and
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Th curlou architecture; th
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rar beauty of th women; th
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