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THE OMAHA DAILY in?K: TIlUflflDAY, yOVKMIIKIt 27, 1002.
MORE LAND FOR THE DEPOT
Qiartennuter Genetal Want a Larger
Bauding in Omaha.
TO BE ONE OF SERiE ACROSS COUNTRY
J2. Roniralrr tails oa lh rresldeat
and DIhuiwi Affair at the
Omaha aad Winnebago
(From a 8ta.fr Correspondent.)
WA8HINQT0N, Nor. 2.(Speelal Tele
gram.) Quartermaster General Ludlngton
aald today that It was hla desire to make
a chain of storage fcarehOusra from the At
lantic to the Pacific, In order to be prepared
lor any emergent- that might occur. "At
the opening of the war with Epaln the array
found Itself Tory greatly handicapped by
reason of the few storage warehouses," aald
General Ludlngton, "and. consequently
Washington waa called upon to furnish a
very great deal of materials of war In con
Junction with Now -York; Philadelphia and
JefferBOn Barracks. -Tha necessity for Stor
ago warchouies never seemed so Important
as now In view of our failure to meet 'Con
ditions which presented themselves at the
outbreak of the Spanish-American war. My
Idea la that wa should have a chain of stor
age houses along well-beaten paths of
travel,' and by travel I mean easily 'acces
sible, to railroads. The bill which passed
the last session of congress appropriating
$75,000 for an, additional building at Omaha,
to bo used, as a storage warehouse, was . In
line of the' department at my suggestion,
but my Idea )a that we need more ground
upon which to erect buildings than Is now
available la tha government corral at
Omaha. I ahoald like, to have some addi
tional ground In order to erect a building
which I believe la necessary to meet th.6
needs of. the arm In the distribution of
supplies. We have' learned much since our
recent war rtn Bjiain. Inateaif of being
compelled to look to one or twd depots fbr
supplies It has been clearly demonstrated
that we. need a chain of supply statlona
throughout the country to meet exigencies
that may arise. Consequently I want, to
erect Such buildings In Omaha as will moot,
tn my mind, the needs of the department,
and I am very much Inclined to ask for an I
additional amount of land so that the build-!
leg which was planned by the department
nay be erected. By reason of the small
spaco. to be occupied by the new building j
It waa found necessary to change the plans.
nd officials at Omaha were called upon to
make such modifications aa would meet the
requirements. I do not feel satisfied, bow
ever, that we are doing the right thing by
putting up a building on a plot of ground
which seems Inadequate, and I would ba
glad to suspend work pending purchase or
appropriation by the city of such additional
land as I think Is needed for the enlarge
ment of tha present army warehouse site."
.Mad Sleep a, Loaar One.
Florence H. McCarthy, who formerly
kept a fruit atand at the corner of Six
teenth and Capitol avenue, Omaha, but who
for aeveral years has conducted tha leading
fruit house In this city, died suddenly
.Monday night undor peculiar circumstances.
It appears that Mr. McCarthy, notwlth
atandlng the proaperoua condition of hla
business, desired to Increase his worldly
goods through speculation In atocka, and It
la asserted that In the last slump be lost
ever $4,000.' As a result of this loss ha
grew very melancholy, Insomnia followed
and an overdose of bichloride of mercury
which he took last Friday brought about hla
death. Mr. McCarthy waa well known In
Omaha. He leavee a wlfe.and aaveral chil
dren. ; '. '. .
Disease Indian, Lands, '
Mr. Rosewater called: en the 'president
this morning by appointment, and strange
aa It may appear there waa no mention of
tha Meroer incident, the president having
other and more pressing things to think
about. Outside of a general discussion of
tariff and trusts the subject of the conver
sation between the president and Mr. Rose
water bora largely upon Omaha and Winne
bago agency matters, to which Mr. Rose
water had called the attention of the presi
dent through personal lettera. Indian land
leases were alao discussed, aa well aa aalea
of Inheritance lands, the president showing
by his talk that ha thoroughly understood
the whole subject. -
Mercer's Chaneea Nil.
Tha Mercer boom for elerk of the house of
representatives has retired Into the back
woods. Mr. Mercer, who has many warm
friends Id, congress, conceived tha idea after
hla defeat that ba would atand a thance for
election aa clerk of the house. Ha waa
urged for the place by a number of leading
republicana and naturally he took the
proposition under advisement. Today, how
ever, the Pennsylvania delegation decided
that they would support Mr. McDowell,
present clerk of the house. Irrespective of
Mr. Daliell, who la a candidate for apeaker,
and It la expected that when the time cornea
Mr. Daliell will withdraw from the speak
ershlp contest, leaving Mr. McDowell a
clear chance for re-election aa clerk. Aa a
matter of fact the present officers of the
Fifty-seventh congress will In all proba
bility be re-elected In the Fifty-eighth,
Botwlthstanding all the talk that la now
going oa about the old Henderson combine.
The only change will be that an Illinois man
will be apeaker, whose name Is "Uncle" Joe
Cannon, while the reat of the offloers will
Lieutenant Colonel Frederick A. Smith,
United Statee army, inspector general, has
been relieved from duty la the Philippines
and ordered te this city for temporary duty,
upon completion of which he will proceed te
Omaha, reporting to the commanding gen
eral, Department of the Missouri, for duty
aa Inspector general of that department
The comptroller of the currency has ap-
VUws on Ambition and Dy
"Dyspepsia,'' wjrote Enpeno Field,
"of lea Incapacitates a man for endeavor
and sometimes extinguishes the Ore of
ambition." Though great despite hia
complaint Field suffered from Indiges
tion all his Ufa. A wreak, tired stomach
can't digest your food. It needs
rest. You can only rest It by the use
of a preparation like Kodol, which re-'
llevelitof worlaby digesting your food.
Rest soon restores It to 1U normal tone.
Prepared ealy by X O DaWrrr Co .i hlcas
KUuo twamo i tuuoa we eat.
A DEJUTIFUL YCUfiH
a rnamm Swiwi v O'T W Maia.
2 Imperial Hair Regenerator
1 ba tk eaavlu niaffw Aral haWalsMft iW
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Imperial Chemical Co., 136 W. VA fit.; H. Y,
aUld by Stoerman at McCouneU Drug Co.,
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ik. m ao . i'r- It 4 ''Y!JV!.i 2
.a,a Mu.i.a.. on ArrtfcATioa
THS. SaatMa mth teMra
r roved the application of H. Hlnman, O. R.
Whltmer, W. D. Roles, William Schneider
an J W. A. R.osecranse'to 'Orgsnlse the Far
mers' National bank of Primghar, la., with
a capital of 110,000.
The postofflre at Lillian, Custer county,
Neb., has been1 discontinued. -
Postmasters appointed: Nebraska Wil
liam H. 'Dubois, Union, Cass county, vice
W. A. Taylor, resigned. Iowa Lars o. Lar
son, Strand, Adsms county. Wyoming
Ellsa A. Brown, Big Trails, Big Horn
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NO DIPLOMATIC FORMALITY
Sodfrey Haater, 'Jt., to Be Tried la
Guatemalan Coarti for Murder
WASHINGTON,. Nov. It Is Inferred
that the recent killing of. Fitxgerald In
Guatemala City by Godfrey Hunter, Jr.,
la to be Investigated by the local author
A cablegram baa been received at tho
State -department from United States Min
ister Hunter, father of the young man
who shot Fitzgerald, asking permission for
the appearance of Bailey, the secretary of
the United Statea legation, before the local
courts to testify as1 to the kilting.
The department has replied,' waiving all
diplomatic Immunities that 'would Inter
fere with the coarse of Justice. The ef
fect of this direction, It Is expected, Will
be to put the local authorities in position
to fix the responsibility for the shooting
and to punish any person found to be
FREIGHT RATE; IS ADVANCED
Michigan Central Files a Neve Tariff
Schedule Between New York
' and Cklcaaro. , . . j
WASHTNnTfiV It T-UJ
Central today filed with the Interstate Com
merce commission a new freight tariff
schedule between New York and Chicago,
making an Increase' or 5 cents In the ex
port rate on provision's and or 9 cents tor
dressed meats both for domestic and export.
The' new tariff will "be effective January
1 next year. The tariff on provisions Is
thus Increased from 25 cent a to 36 cejjta per
100 pounds and In dressed meats from 40
to 45 cents. The domestic' rate on pro
visions remains as at present. The increase
means a difference of1 some hundreds of
thousands of dollars to shippers.
It Is expected tfcat all the other roads in
the General Freight . association territory,
which comnrlses everything east of the
Mississippi river and north of the Ohio ex
cept north of Illinois, will, under the agree
ment which la understood to have hnen
reached by the roads, file similar tariffs and
increase! In other articles are' expected.
MANHATTAN ' NEWS IS OUT
Leased to Inter-Dorontih Company,
Which la Alao to Operate the ,
New 9 a dot ay.
NEW YORK, Nov. 26. The official an
nouncement waa made today that the Man
hattan Elevated Railway company will be
leased to the Interborough enmpany, which
Is to operate the aubway -- being built,
to take effect April J, -1: The rental
from April 1, 1903, to January 1, 1906, will
be the net earnings of the Manhattan com
pany, not to exceed 7 per cent. After Jan
uary .1, 1006, the rente will be 7 per cent
flat on Manhattan stock guaranteed by the
Interborough company. The i Manhattan
Railway company will Increase Jits, stock to
155,200,000 for the purpose "of completing
Improvements. This Is an Increase of about
t7.0O0.0O0. The Manhattan stockholders
will be given the new stock at par.
Provision is to be made In the lease for
the ultimate Increase or. Manhattan stock
to the total amount of $60,000,000. The
lease to be for a period of BA9 years.
DENVER GULF LINE. GROWS
'Frisco Tracks Will. Be .Extended
Immediately . to Coal.,
. ' . ' . ; "
GUTHRIE. Okl.. Nov. 26-The' latest plana
of the 'Frisco show that the Denver, Enid
ft Gulf line, now being completed from Enid
to Guthrie, will be extended Immediately to
Cbalgate, I. T., a distance of 135 miles. The
plana alao show that the Arkansas ft Choc
taw, recently purchased, will be extended
from Ardmore to Waurlka, alxty miles, and
thence to Vernon, Tex. . . . ,.
WABASH BUYS COAL .LANDS
Parehases Options ' an Fifty Thoa.
, Acres' fa West
' MARIETTA, 0., Jtoi'. 26 .r-George Oljmore
of Pttuburg, with .headquarters at Weston,
W. Va.t aold options' today on (0,000 acrea of
coal landa tn Weat Virginia to tha Wabash
railroad representatives. AH the' land Ilea
along the new Wabash road through that
state. ,r .
The price paid la sot given.
SHORT LINE ADVANCES WAGES
Swltehnsaa and; Yadx Firemen Get
SALT LAKE CITY. Nev. 14. E. E. Cal
vin,, general manager of the Oregon Short
Line today ' announced that' on- December
1 the Wages of all switchmen and yard
foremen would be advanced approximately
10 per cent. . 1
The advance Is voluntary on the part of
Car BeyeeJt Finally Lifted.
6CHENECTAQY. N. Y.. 'Nov.' 26. In one
of the most shotting 'meetings In Its his
tory the Tradea'u aasambly tonight declared
oft the boycott", against the Schenectady
Railway company Tbe vote In favor of re
acindlng waa three to one and the meeting
laated nearly three bours. ' " '
After a long discussion a tote was taken
and the prealdent asnounced the resolution
lost. There waa aa outcry at this and an
other vote waa taken. This time ha wu
unable to tell which aide prevailed and a
roll can waa ordered. Thoae who favored
the lifting of the boycott outnumbered their
opponents three te one, and the resolution
Geala Gets Mew Place.
. KANSAS CITY, Nov. 26. The executive
Committee of the'Keneaa City, Mexico -ft
Orient railway, today elected Warrsa O.
Purdy, formerly president of the Rock
Island, and George J. Qould dlrectora of the
tompany. Tbe .election was la accordance
with Instructions received front A. E. Btlil
well, president of tbe road.
Five Firemen, In J red.
BOSTON, Mass.. Nov. 24. In a 11 vary
stabU ffrs at East Boston todsy Ave firemen
were Injured, twenty-three horses perished
and a large number of carriages and alelgha
were destroyed."' '
Tbe new kind of General Arthur cigars
are new on sale.
NO MOURNERS AT FUNERAL
Bd of Mrs. Ellen Gere ii Buried in
fEW SIMPLE WREATHS, BUT NO MUSIC
Minister Makes Only the Sllahteat
Reference to " Tragedy Which
Blotted Out Life ot Gifted
PARIS, Nov. 24. Consul Oenersl Gowdv
has received s letter from M. E. Elsasser of
London offering to furninb Information to
tbe family of Mrs. Ellen' Gore which will
ssalst, Elsssser ssys, in- clearing up the
racts in connection with her death by
shooting on Wednesday last.
Mi. Oowdy has written to Elsssser to
The funeral of Mra Gore took place at
the American church this afternoon and
was attended by a large crowd, mainly
Americans. The front of the church was
packed by an assemblage attracted by curi
osity, Including many students.
The body waa in a plain oak casket Cov
ered by a black pall, having on It the In
itial "O." It waa taken to the church in
an open hearse, which was followed by
three carriages. M. Pscque, representing
Mr. Gowdy. occupied the first carriage. The
others were empty. None of the relatives
of the deceased waa present and there were
Five beautiful 'floral offerings, one of them
being from Mr. Gowdy, were placed around
the casket. The service waa conducted by
Rev. Dr. Tburber. There waa no music and
the pastor avoided direct mention of the
tragedy, the only reference to It being that
the deceased was alone In a strange land.
The casket wss borne to Bagnoux cemetery,
where It waa burled after a simple service
at tbe graveside.
De Ryxewskl, In whose apartment Mra.
Gore died, was not present at the funeral,
owing to the advice of his lawyer, who
feared a demonstration.
SOUFRIERE AGAIN ACTIVE
Fifth Eruption. Since May Leads to
Evacuation of Many of the
KINGSTON, St. Vincent, Nov. 26. A
violent eruption of La Soufrlere, the fifth
since the catastrophe of May 7, took place
today. . .
Georgetown and the village of Chateau
Belalr, aituated on the west coast of St.
Vincent, were again evacuated by their In
habitants. Telephonic communication Is
nterrupted owing to fierce lightning. Sub
terranean rumblings csn be heard and vol
canlo clouds are aeen from this city. The
crater had been smoking constantly since
tbe eruption of October 16.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 26. The volcano
Santa Maria was in violent eruption when
tbe City of Panama left Champonico for
this port nine days ago.
While the steamer lay at Chamorlco the
mountain was spouting ashes, smoke and
pumice stone, the flakes falling In showers
all over the country.
The city of Quezaltenanso, on the eastern
alope, had been visited by ruin.
M. E. Otla of New York, who was a pas
senger on the City of Panama, givea a
vivid description of the neighborhood of
the spouting mountain..
Aa far aa tho eve can reach from rtham-
perlco there la nothing to be seen but ashes
sna pumics stone. We salted for miles
thruuah a sea of ashea. From th in
Santa Maria the country looked as If visited
Dy a snow storm and the mountain Itself
like a boiling caldron. At short Intervals
the. volcano vomited smoke and ashes. At
tlmea the discharge was carried uo a short
distance Into the air and then spread out
like an umbrella and fell to the earth,
covering trees, bushes and hills with a
At other times the discharge seemed to
leap high into the air as if propelled by a
shock that could be felt all the wav tn
Champerlco. Earthquakes were frequent
and the people felt that their country
rested on a very uncertain foundation. The
people in mamperlco aeem unable to form
any estimate of the number of Uvea lost,
but they all agree that the work of de
vastation, as tar as the coffee plantations
are concerned, is complete. Without hav
ing familiar knowledge of the country, I
ahould say that this statement waa nn
GERMANS AGREE ON TARIFF
Government and Opposition Compro
mise la Fight on the New
BERLIN, Nov. 26. The National Zeltung
announcea positively that an agreement on
the tariff bill was reached last evening. It
la said to provide for an Increase of the
government's figures regarding the malting
Another authority aaya the conservative
leadera demanded that the chancellor name
a deflnlate date for denouncing the existing
treaties, but that he refuaed to do ao and
waa aupported by the national liberals and
members of the center party.
Work Resumed la Havana.
HAVANA, Nov. 26. There was a general
resumption of work today except In the
case of the cigar makers, who still have a
few minor polnta unde,r discussion. Gual
berto Gomes, colored, la mentioned aa the
A CLEVER SCHOLAR.
Knew the Food to Study on.
When a young lady going away to achool
carriea food away with her In place of a
box of candy there must be some reason.
A woman In Milton Mills, N. H., saya:
"Having a large family, I had much care
and worry, and waa never very atrong and
healthy,' but managed to keep fairly well
until tbe laat tew years. Each aummer
lately found me worn out and weak at lta
cloae, ao that I had to apend a week or two
In bed. My stomach always faila me when
I am overtired, the food refusing to asslml
lata, until finally my atomach becomea ao
weak that the mere standing on my feet
causes .jne . to retch .ao violently that I
often vomited blood.
"I bad aeen Grape-Nuta food advertised
and fancied It waa like other cereala, many
of which I had tried and discarded. When
my usual atack came on last August, 1 waa
la despair, for nothing would stay en my
stomach except a little hot milk.
"I decided to try Grape-Nuta and aent tor
a package. I ate a little and lay back after
eating without experiencing any of the
alckly teellnga that usually followed any
movement In bed, and fell Into a refreshing
sleep. I continued using the food and day
by day gained rapidly In atrength until
now I am entirely well aad strong and my
stomach does not bother me any more.
"Grape-Nuta la what I hare often wished
for something teat L can eat for break
fast and feel that I am satisfied. After eat
ing a dish of Grape-Nuta with a Jlttle
cream, I can work, all jhe morning and tor
get I have a atomach.
"The children like it ao well that It la hard
to keep them la bounda aa to the quantity
that ahould be eaten. My eldeat girl ac
tually carried off a package when abe re
turned to achool at with aa much
elation aa tf it had been a box of the choic
est boa-bone." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battle Cresk, Mich,
successor of Dlogo T,smya, the secretary of
the government, who recently resigned.
Gualberto Gomes, with general Maximo
Oomes, took a prominent part In the set
tlement of tlhe strike. His speech ro the
strikers Monday evening is said to have
prevented further rioting.
TURKEY BUYS MORE MAUSERS
Nearly Foar Million Dollars to
Expended hy Saltan for flan
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nor. 26. Sixteen
batteries of quick-firing field guns, number
ing ninety-six. guns in all, have been or
dered from the.Krupp works ss the com
mencement of 'the rearmament ot the Turk
The war minister has also authorised tho
purchase of 22,000 small calibre Mnusers to
complete the prxeent establishment. With
wagons and ammunition for the artillery
the ordera entail an outlay of $3,950,000.
The purchases apparently were acceler
ated because of the recent developments In
Mscedonla and Xhe Balkans and the Im
pression prevailing In many quartera here
that a aerlous o tit break, possibly leading to
widespread complications, may be expected
In the spring.
FRENCH TAKESHIP'S PAPERS
IlrltUh Captain Protests and Inter
national Trouble' May
8T. JOSEPH, N. F.r Nov. 26. Tbe British
schooner Victoria has arrived here and re
ports thst on entering tho harbor at St.
Pierre, Mlquelon, Its official papers were
seized by tbe French authorities and prop
erty was taken for bo . reason known to
those on board.. .
The French officials refused to return the
papers snd the vessel had to sail without
them. The captain has complained to the
governor, who will demand an explanation
threugli the British foreign office.
To Receive Revolutionary Arms.
PANAMA, Nov. 26. Governor Salazar, ns
soon as the cruiser Bogota returns here
from the Port of Pedregal, where the revo
lutionary fleet: Is at anchor, will leave
Panama for the Interior departments with
"commtnsionera to receive the arms of tbe
revolutionists and also to appoint govern
ment authorities to reorganize the admin
istration of departments. On January 1 tho
schools will be opened. Electric lights will
be reinstalled here next month.
TIME TO RETURN THANKS
(Continued from First Page.)
North Sixteenth street and the Royal
Achates bad an entertainment and dance
in their hall at Sixteenth street and Capitol
The dance given by the Iron Moulders
was tho thirty-fifth annual affair of tho
kind and Washington hall was Just com
fortably filled for dancing and those pres
ent spent an enjoyable evening. The street
car men's' ball -was tbe first annual enter
tainment to- be given by the newly organ
ized union. The Schlltz ball was crowded
and the affair -waa a social and financial
success. i ,r
THANKSGIVING FARE IS HIGH
Turkeys 9ellT at- Twenty Cents Per
'- Pound stl Oysters Are
- " - Also.-' ' ;-
.-.".; '! so Jr. .
Those persons who delayed placing their
order for Thanksgiving turkey until the last
moment in .hope that the price would de
cline were fooled for once, as the expected
receipts of festival fare did not arrive and
the eve of Thanksgiving shows as active a
demand and as high a price for turkeya as
has existed In many gears. Last year the
market broke the day before Thanksgiving
and tbe late buyers were the winners. To
day the local price is 20 cents a pound, with
a few to be had at 18 centa, but the atock
Is not up to the standard.
The oyster market la a little more satis
factory to the consumer, but the Jobber
is not plessed, as the usual advance ot 15
cents per gallon waa recorded on the At
lantic coast Monday and Tuesday, returning
to normal Wednesday morning. Undor these
conditions the Jobber was forced to absorb
the advance and the consumer can still buy
the bivalves at 40 to 45 centa a quart for
the best stock.
Celery Is in good supply and prices sre
comparatively low. A pound stalk sells at
10 cents for the best quality. Cranberries
are aomewhat higher than ususl and the
best grade sells t 12 centa a quart, with
lower grades at 10 cents. .'
A lot of fancy applea for the holiday trade
have been received and sell at 40 cents a
peck. Imported grapea are to be had In
good aupply at 25 centa a pound, with .bet
ter flavored California atock at 20 cents a
pound, tbae prices being a considerable ad
vance over a month ago. Very few pears
are in the market and the holdera ask al
most any price for them. Preserved and
dried fruits In good quality are offered at
the usual prices, while there haa been no
advance In the price of green grocerlea,
auch as lettuce apd radiahea.
Dealers say that within tbe last tew years
the demand for what la known aa holiday
groceries Is greater at Thanksgiving than
at Christmas and that the beat gooda are
forced out at this time the prices being
higher aa a rule than later.
Wright wrongs no mau. Wright s old
fashioned buckwheat flour la nura.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Two More Fair. Days Promised, with
the Temperature Gener
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. Forecast:
For Nebraska Fair Thursday and Fri
day; warmer In north portion Thuraday
and In aoutb portion Friday.
For Iowa Fair Thuraday; warmer In
northwest portion; Friday fair and warmer.
For Illinois Fair Thursday and Friday;
warmer Friday; fresh north winds, becom
For Missouri and Kansss Fair Thursday
and Friday; warmer Friday.
For Montana Fair Thuraday and Friday;
warmer tn southern portion Thursday.
For. North and South Dakota Fair and
warmer Thursday; Friday fair.
For Wyoming Fair and warmer Thurs
day; Friday fair.
For Colorado Fair Thursday and Friday.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Nov. 2d Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last thrs
1901. 1901. 19M. 1899.
Maximum temperature.... n 63 bo 4
Minimum temperature.... 21 S2 'M it
Mean temperature 41 W SI
Precipitation T .W .0U .w
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and alnce March 1,
Normal temperature 22
lerietncy for the day 7
Total excess since March 1 236
Normal precipitation 03 Inch
Deficiency fur the day 1 h
Total rainfall alnce March 1 K M incbss
Deficiency alnce March 1 2 .22 Inches
I tendency fur cor. period. 1901.... . 70 Inches
Excess for cor. period, lt .7u Inch
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WEIJH,
- .. local s'urscasl Official.
SOUTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT
Opinions Handed Down In it Xunther
of rases of Statewide
PIERRE, 8. D., Nov. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) Opinions were handed down by the
supreme court today In the following cases:
Baker against F. W. Warner et al., appel
lants, Brule county, reversed; Wayne Ma
son against Fred L. Stevens et al., appel
lants, Aurora county, reversed: State of
South Dakota against Margaret Mollctte,
apellant, Codington county, reversed. This
Is the suit of tho state for poxsesslon of
the Mollette property, which was trans
ferred to the state by W. W. Taylor, of
which there was a question of title, and the
decision Is In favor of Mrs. Mollette, and
while It does not absolutely settle title, the
case Is aent back to the circuit court with
instructions to either dismiss or allow leave
to amend the complaint, and will In all
likelihood end the suit by Fuller. Sol
Spencer, appellant, against Albert Forent
et al., Codington county, affirmed; State of
South Dakota, defendant in error, against
Fred L. Stever.s, defendant in error, Davi
son county, reversed; John Alexander
against' Marguerite Ranson, administratrix,
appellant. Minnehaha county, affirmed. The
court denied a petition for reappearing in
the case of the State against S. M. Wright,
tho Parker attorney, who waa convicted of
embezzlement, and aentenced of the court
will go into effect.
FATALLY INJURED IN A FIGHT
James Dullls of White Owl Severely
- Cut About the Head and
8TIRGI9, S. D.. Nov. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) Word was received here today to
the effect that James Bullfs snd a man
named Brown got Into a fight at White Owl,
elghty-flve miles north of here. In which
Bullls was so badly cut about tbe head and
neck that he may die.
Hold Mrs.- Ilnrton for Murder.
SHERIDAN. Wyo., Nov. 26. (Special
Telegram. )-Mr. Guy Barton, who killed
her father-in-law at Arvada three weeks
ago, was given her preliminary hearing
today. Sho offered no evidence In defenso
and was held to the district court without
ball on the charge of murder in tho first de
gree. Tho 4trlal has been set for Decem
URGES ANTKTRUST LAWS
Indiana Senators 'Will Ask National
Constitutional Amendments to
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 26. James S.
Barcus of Torre Haute will introduce a
resolution during the coming session ot the
legislature requesting congrees to propose a
national constitutional amendment to the
laws for the regulation of trusts.
The call must, be Issued on request of tbe
logtslaturee of two-thirds of the states and
Mr. Barcus would have Indiana take the
PRINCE'S H0RSE RUNS AWAY
Siamese Heir Has a Rather F.x
rllinar Adventure In San -Franclseu.
' SAN FRANCISCO, Nov, 26. The crown
prince of Slam bad an exciting rldo along
the sea drive today. " The- horse which he
was riding bolted and although tbe prince
kept his saddlo and was at no time in dan
ger the members of his party had a few
A park policeman stopped tbe runaway
and tbe prince, changing horses with one of
his staff, returned to bis hotel.
Runs Knife Into F.ye.
MEMPHIS, Neb., Nov. 26. (Special.) Tho
Infant son of James Dodds, while playing
with an open knife, fell and the sharp
blade penetrated under the lower eyelid Into
tbe eyeball, cutting a deep gash. He was
taken to Lincoln for treatment and It la
not thought that his sight will be totally
Mnst Provide for llnby.
BLAIR, Neb., Nov. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) District court, presided over by
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Judge Day, has been busily engaged since
Monday morning with the Slayback-Cald-well
case. In which Miss Leah Slayback,
IS years of age, sues William Caldwell for
the maintenance of her baby. The case
haa been hotly contested on both sides,
with Attorneys Howell of Omaha and Dole
snl of Fremont assisting In the case. It
was given to the Jury this afternoon and a
verdict wss returned tonight of guilty
against the defendant. The amount of
maintenance" m ill be fixed by Judge Day at
the sitting of Uie court on Frldsy and the
rest of the regular Jurymen were dismissed
until December 15.
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Horse Butts Out Its Drnlns.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Nov. 26. (Spo
clal.) While Jamea Terryberry and E. O.
Patterson were on their way from the,
home at Eight-Mile. Grove to Louisville
In a spring. waon a cornstalk caught In
one of the wheels, and tbe horses became
frightened and ran away. One of the horses
ran its head against a tree and was killed.
Mr. Terryberry was thrown some distance
and had hla sbouldcrblade dislocated. Mr.
Patterson waa alao thrown from the wagon
and was rendered unconscious.
Marriage license? were issued yesterday
Name and Residence. Age.
Clark OroKhan, Logan, la 2S
Suxle Williams, Logan, la IS
Caseins M. Pierce, Sheboygan, Wis 26
Myrtle 8. Doharst, Omaha 24
Chris M. Pullman, Omaha 22
Theresa Prerost, Omaha 22
Anthony F. Foote,' Omaha ..SS
Mattle K. Sylcott, Omaha 3
Henry Nihel, St. Louis 43
Fannie Trumbull, Omaha 46
.fames M. GUlnn, Auburn, Neb 22
llarguerlte E. Bryant, Omaha 22
Jnhn J. Coah, Omaha '..37
Mabel I. Noble, Omaha , 23
Harry T. Whitman, Omaha ...... ,...,..,...35
Grace C. Burstull, Omnha .30
John F. Kelley Oma'h a .......23
Lilly L. Davis, Omaha '....,i.-.., 16
Henry F.-Brunette. Omatia 26
Sadie Sayles, Omaha , 23
William P. Munroe, Omaha 20
Anna M. Glllam, Omaha 18
I.ouls Bauer, Omaha 30
Mary Frances, Centerton, Ark 27
F.dward Coyle, Omaha 32
Maggie Silk, Omaha 24
John E. Dakin, Omaha 33
Bessie Oleon, Omaha 30
William Tlenaweaver, Omaha 32
Nelclne Churchill, Omaha 22
Fred J. Tlmm, Omaha 27
Minnie A. Keasler, Omaha 25
Jean H. Duren, Shelby, Neb 27
Bertha liartel, Shelby, Neb 19
Andrew 1). Lund, Omaha 29
Johanna D. Hansen, Omaha 22
North Dakota Man Killed.
PORTAL, N. D.. Nov. 26.-Attorney S. H.
Hayes of Bloomlngton, 111., was Instantly
killed and hla son probably fatally Injured
here. They were In a car of movables on a
elding. A switch was set wrong and a
passenger train crashed Into their car.
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