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THE OMATTA I)ATLT BEE: PATUKPAY, MAttCIl 7, 1003.
HOYT THROWS OUT OF COURT
Motor Oomrany Wici on Account of ri'.ure
to Brinj Action in Time.
FATES SEEM TO FOLLOW HIS LITIGATION
Henri UK ef Cnae to Tent Validity of
Telephone I'Mirhln to tome lp
' Before Jodae Thornell
The motor company won a decisive vic
tory in the distrlrt court fn the $40,000 per
tonM Injury damage ault brought against
It by 8. K. Hoyt. former employe. Th-!
company demurred to Hoyt's petition on the
ground that It had not been filed wlthlu
the time apeclfled by the atatute of Ilmlta
ttooa, and Judge Thornell sustained the de
murrer. This 'puts Hoyt'a case to all In
tents and purposes out of court.
Hoyt was Injured September 24. 1900. by
a switch engine of the Omaha Brdlge -.
Terminal Railway company colliding at
vitth avenue and Fourth street with the
.. ,,. ,
His ong- .
car ol wnicc ne wss moionuau.
Inal petition, filed September 23, 1H02, was I
held by the court to be too broad and not , rj. --J-,-
sufficiently specific as to the acts or tne founiv and Htate l.es-tala'loii t!. M. Harle
defendant company cjmplalned of and J. K. F Mt-Gee. C. O, Saunders. F. C.
motion on behalf of the defendant company I f"""- K- 1,rlce- Vr- v- Macrte, Jr- E.
for a more speclnc -tateeut "Tne 'cutlve committee, which wa. r
"r:P. I'r.Tn l'": I ee4 Wednesday night despite the vigor-
IKIH I'll IIUIU raamiu . w.
Ing the demurrer of the rotor company
Judge Thornell held that tho amended pe
tition was for all practical purposes a
pew one and was barred.
Hoyt also brought suit In the United
States court, but was defeated there. A
suit brought by him In connection with
the. same, accident againat the Omaha
Bridge Terminal company and the Illi
nois Central railroad la bow pending In Mo.
nona county. t , .
The bearing .on the quo warranto por-
...Jlni.. kpAiiahf Viv Pnuntv Attnrnov TCI1I-
pack against the, Nebraska Telephone com-
pany, attacking the validity or tne com. i
panys franchise la Council Bluffs, will bet har'' ; Krown.- lot h h?c 12.'
w a v, ,. t-kii n.s I lo,s 5. to. 24. block Ji and All blok
had today before Judge Thornell. Both 1!4 omahu'add; oht nw4 ne sw
aides have waived a Jur and the case will I 34-75-44 and art rip on the s. w. d....
be tried to the court. County Attorney ,A Tumor, ndmlnletrator to Joseph
. . v-.- I Mlchcner. w4 swA 14-75-41. a d
lunpacg taass me posmon mat more r
several points Involved In this .case' which f
were not determined by the supreme court
t. m, Tin,nn- .... Th
telephone ompaOy; op. th pther haoil. cqnl
tenda that lta charter cannot be Invalidated
Id the face cf the ruling of the' supreme
court and' that its occupation of the streets
and alleys of this city cannot at this date
be questioned Or" abrogated. '
This assignment of law and 'criminal
cases waa made by Judge Thornell yester
day: Mr.nday, March 9 Fogarty against Beeley,
Real Estate and Trust Company against
Alexander (apei-lal), State of lowa against
Dobbms. i -
Tuesday. March TO State of Iowa against
Madsen. State of lowa against Sorensen et
al.. State of Iowa against Corner.'
Wednesday, March 11 8tate of lowa
against Bryan, State of Jo-va against
Thnmns Mate of Jotta raatnat Achat.'
1 lursaay, marcn iz t'ugn aitnina r-rot- i
fkt et al.. Woodworth against Hyan
nam against Chicago, Kock Island
clfic Railway Coir'Jany.-
Friday, March 13 State Of Iowa against i
Losler et al. -
Monday. March 16 State of Iowa against
Mason City & Fort Dodge Rallrortd .Com
pany, State of Iowa against Mason City &
Fort Dodge Railroad Company, In the mat
ter of I he estate of Emma Holman, de
ceased. Tuesday, March 17 Medlar against Lewis
et al., final report of administrator In the
The personal injury damage si-It of Wil
liam Klisell against the Council Bluffs
Coal and Ice company waa dismissed by
the plaintiff yesterday. ,
' Criminal cases pending tor some 1 time
paat against , the following werr stricaen
from tbo calendar yesterday by the -county
attorney:. John Barritt, S. Sorenson, Harry
Hamilton and W. C. Ross. The case against
C. J. Peterson, charged with embezzlement,
was continued. In the cace against John
Achats,,- charged i by the , city, authorities
with keeping a disorderly house, an. order
was made that If not tried at the next term
It will be dismissed.. Another case in which
tha State of Iowa appears aaprosecutor Is
pending against Achats.
GAS COMPANY MAKES DENIAL
Bays Company la Kot Only
bat Anrloos to Have
la- . .
V.nnvee Frltrhman nf the Pltlxena' Cm.
..j n. ,,., .....j
and Electric company stated yesterday aa
far aa his company waa concerned It would
not have the allgbtest objection to the city
. ... i..nln, i .- hi.
appointing a gas inspector.. In fast, bis
company, Mr. Frltchman added, would be
willing to pay the salary of such an, cm-
c4al. Further. Mr. Frltchman- was em-
phatlo In bis assertion that the gas Inspec
tor, If such an official was created, would
on Inveatlgatlor discover that eight out of
every ten, gas meters In the city registered
slower "than they ought to.
In Mr. . Frltchman's opinion . the ;. com-
plalnta of the patrons of the gaa- company
, . . . . .
are unwarranted both as to the quality rf
gaa furnished and the monthly bills ren- Jane Wakc-fl Id Adams, a noted missionary,
dered. When told that' the complaints hn '"dla for tjie last twenty
were general and emanated from all parts ""'hJ'tT h ' , Jl,,
, , . , , John lampoell, an invent patient,- who
of the city. Manager Frltchman claimed escaped irom Bt. Bernard's hospital two
that they were simply the result of the fact days ago, was brought buck' to the 'inetitu
that people In general were luimlcal. to 1 .'."" la,t ynlnB from Oienwood by aherlff
v ... . , i Moripin. Campuell had evidently walked
corporations which ccntrolled publie ntlll- . lne entire uislance to Oienwood and when
ties. He contended that the allegation that tountt war in a pitiable condition from ex-
the company since the Installation of its
new gaa apparatus waa forcing, an extra
pressure through ita main so as to increase
the registering of the meters was entirely
without foundation and so absurd that, it
hardly called for a contradiction. -
Alderman McDonald, It .Is understood.
-m i.trnrture aa ordinance at the next i N"onal bank of thla city, secured Judg
wlll Introduce an ordnance at me next mt,nt ,gllnl,t j A i.atu,n, f,(rnier cashier
meeting of the city counolt making the city, of the aitme banki 'for 13,000 fir srvllea
electrician also city gss Iniptctor.
Plumbing and heating. , plxby Son.
' Hr1l for Car Blenllaar.
Charles Wcodmac. John Fahey, August
Smith - and Jamea Spencer, charged with
breaking Into a Rock Ialand freight car iu
the local yarda and stealing a quantity ol
miscellaneous goods, had their preliminary
hearing befcre Justice Ouren yesterday.
They each aet up an alibi
waa discharged on the motion of Assistant
vounty Aiioruwy riw. rmuvj umu
. .A 1 1 - M k.N
HEW THEATER I
A. B. BE ALL,
tt Nirl a... Counotl Bluffs.
NEWS OF IOWA.
to the grand Jury and bla bond Axed.. at
$1)00. Aa to Smith and Bpencer, Justice
Ouren took their cases under advisement
NAMES BUILDING COMMITTEE
lomsifrrlil lob to lae-estlatate the
JCrertloa of Home for
In accordance with the expressed wlrbes
of the Commerclnl chub, at Its first annual
meeting Wednesday night President Ren
der has named th following as a building
committee: Lewis Hammer, Herman Lr-f-fert,
N. P. Anderson, L. C. Besloy, Chris
fitraub. Frank E. Evareat and Robert K.
The appointment of tbia committee
necessitated one or more, changes In the
makeup of the other standing committees.
The members of the committees In which
some changes are made are now as follow:
Transportation E. H. Merrlam, H. I.
Forsyth. E. A. Wlikhnm, I. Lnvett. C. II.
ChlKam, I.ucIim Wells. 8. B. Wadsworth.
Trade Ex tension Oeorge 8. Davis. John
O Woodward. W. A ' Maurer, Wllll.im
Moore, John Schoentgen. H. D. Harle, I. C.
Rnllroart' Extension J. Pi Drtvl. F. H.
Doollttle, Dell J. clnrk. Cal Hufer,
y,., c w. Brelpford, J. W. Squli
,.lret..t c. W. Rre sfortl. J. W. Sou re
Membership J. It Cleaver. I. Zurmueh-
ous protest 'of Attorney Flnley Burke, who
objected to three mfen connected with, the
I wholesale-Implement. trade of the city being
represented on it, has again selected H- II
Vanfcrunt for Its chairman -,arid C. W. Mc
Donald as Its secretary.
Qravel roofing.' A. H. Read, 12C Main St
Real Estate Transfers. .
'These transfers wer filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and 'loan office of J. W.
Bquire, nil l ean streei : ,, . , i
Clyde Keller, nnd wife , fn, Rebecra ' (
Cf,pr"ljLr V,," f-T'wi
Keller,. se4 tiw'i K-T4-3H. w. d. ....... .1 3,
William U. Bhrlvor and wife to
MK-hcner,. w4j sw4 14-75-41,' a d
fl r. Sha ver to 3oseDh Michener.
same, w: d
Hfinou ana wire io jonn a.. .
IMurchlson. w(4 ?w 9-74-M. w. A.... 4,800
Frapk Pace, to. Mrs. E. Rainbow, ne
t cirner iot ',, Auditors i
lor 2, Carson, w. d...
Total, six .transfers '
Davis sella drugs.
Expert watch repairing. 'Leftert, 40fr B'y.
Six photos 10 cents.,' Carveth. SOS B'way.
For rent, .modern house. 719 Sixth .avenue.
M. F. Rohrer la visiting in Ch)lllcothe.
Mo. . , . . , . , -...;
o. P. Tjfler'of 'Audubon, la' waa'ln'the
city yesterday, vleltlng friends. - .
Dn B. McDerrrlott of Chicago .' is' in the
city on a ahort visit to relatives. . -
Pyrography supplies." , Cl E. Alexander tc
Co., S3 Broadway. . - : lift - - - ,
Waated sevrsr-ool bo-vs Corpora and
ck I root routea on The Kee, - Appiyat omce,
Pal!Vo. 10 Pearl afreet ' .' -Jt - ; -' fT- .
I . wiore papering; your rooms we want
show you our elegant J9J3 designs
Paint. Oil & Glass Co! ' .
Rev. Harvey Hcstetter. of the- Second
Presbyterian church-will nonduct .services
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock in the Edge
wood church.. , - - ,i
Edward D. "Fitch addressed the pupils of
the high school yeeterday morning on the
subjtct of "Some Dramatic Phases ol Me
diaeval History." , .
At a-meeting yesterday afternoon of the
Council Bluffs High school base ball team
Grove Smith was elected captain and Ray
Beardsley business manager.
K. J. Young, exalted ruler of -the Atlantic,
la., lodge, of Elka,.gnd James Harris of the
same lodge were guests of Council . Bluff s
members of.thedrder yesterday '
CoiiKros iman (Walter 1. Smith is expected
home, from Washington .Monday or Tues
day next. He will be accompanied by his
private secretary, Robert Henderson.
Schmidt's elegant new photos. Very latest
shapes and sizes, $1.60, i and $!.60 dozen;
large sizes, $3 and $3.60- dozen. First-class
Work guaranteed. Bchmldt, 531 Broadway.
Mr. and Mre Jsmea Miles, who we're
recently married In this city, left yester
day for Wenaichee. Wash., where Mr.
Miles .in engage . in, the cttl business.
Mrs. Miles was Miss Hewitt of Elgin. Neb.
The Ganymede Wheel club will celebrste
Its tenth anniversary .Saturday evening,
March 14. with a uraud reunion of .mem
bers and ex-members. A feature of the
celebration will be an old-time entertain
ment, followed by a banquet.
The Hlckman-Bessey. company - will wind
up ita week's engagement at the New
theater tonight by breaenting one of the
strongest bllis In its repertoire. "Diamond
MysUryJ". For the matinee this afternoon
the piece la "A Shamrock from Ireland."
The members of the llMrary societies of
the hlgn (.hi0 have declde(, 0pdevote the
proceeo resulting from the recent debute
. with Bloux Vlty lor the Improvement and
Ueautltying of the auditorium. The two
sorie.tle wl nave about 1W w expenrt ,or
j this purpose. ... .
j The Pottawattamie County . Retail Liquor
filers acsoctutlon has been organized
with M. A. BJoom, of Walnut as president
and Council Biuffs as thu headquarters of
the organisation. The association Huf been
formed for - combating a ill erne legislation.
It Is said to have a membership of thirty
J The Junior Endeavor society-of the First
K'hrlstian church will nolo) it birthduv Kartv
this atternoon at the .residence of. Mrs.
l ' I, , ........ 4 c . 'i mint . . . k
, . v i.wu.1,11 via ...in Birrri, in Honor
o( ,he 74tn brtrKiay anniversary of Mix
poaure and lack of food.
IiocAtl attorneys Interested in the case
?.v,..I:"'!v,jJ .word..'rV.m st'. IjOUt" thif
has-reversed .the vertlictv tiva suit of I
lAiclua WeiiH ugainst J. A. Patton and r-maixlt-il
It for vctrlul n the federal court
of this city. This - In- the. suit In wh en
Iiclua Wells, former president of the First
rendered in reorganising the bank and dls
poxing of the . if k of the oUl Council
HiuTs Uaa and K.ectrlc Light company.
Wills sued for $5,0uu. -
. , r
N. Y. Plumbing Cb Tel. 250, Night, F$7,
Farmer Maa I.nniy Jayr.
POCAHONTAS, Ia. March . (Special.)
That the disease frequently found among
cattle and commonly koon aa lumpy jaw
car be contracted by humans through Inoc-
m.iton' 4 proved :.u , the. ase of Jh
. Lampae. a farmer llvlna near here. LamDse
' . ....
recently assisted In, giv operation to remove
tae lumpy Jaw from a cow and some of the
virus or poison from the diseaaed part
lodged under his fingernails. In scratch
ing bla face aome ef the virus got Into hi
blood and aa a result Lampse la suffering
with a bad race of the dread disease.-
Ire Uarae Threatens Tevn.
KEOKUK. Ia., March 6. (Special.) The
I town cf Bonaparte la In Imminent danger.
' A congestioa of Ice above the .famous dial
i threatens to cause aa overflow, submerging
the lowlands. Meek Bros., owners of the
dam. are doing everything Id their power
te. prnt ha breaklagj. PyBesmls be
lug used to break the Ice above the dam.
MOVE MINE HEADQUARTERS
Uni:n Dccidei 0-kalxna in Belt T Place for
Them Than Albia
QUIET -TIME AT OES MOINES PRIMARIES
Jo dare Prenty ss Friends Relieved
to Hove feptored the Port? Ma
chinery Maklnar .Arranare
. menta for State Voir. .
(From a 8talf Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, March . (Speolal.) The
district ' jonvtnt Ion of the , Vnlted Mine
Workers 4or Iowa' and Missouri this morn
ing decided - upon removal of the district
headquarters from Albla to Oskaloosa. This
will cause the removal of both President
Perry arid Secretary White from All-in,
where they have lived In the past. 'The'
convention also decided upon holding the
convention next year and the joint con
ference with the 'operators .In Dea Motne.
Ottumwa and Oskaloosa also wanted tho
convention, but Dea Moines won by a close
vote. The convention put, In .the entire
day today considering changes In the con
stitution, principally affecting Balaries of
officials and special funds. I ,
The resolution to affiliate with the State
Federation of Labor was adopted without a
dlosenting vote and the three delegates se
lected to tho state convention which meets
in Davenport next June are: Lawrence
Love, Robert Cowan and Frank Cameron.
The alternates selected were: Frank 1
Rice, James White and William Baker.
Want Miners All In.
The resolutions committee made Its Anal
report Introducing two resolutions. Tha
first waa that, the association make an effort
to bring, the mines of Webster ciunty, now
grown to extensive proportions, under the
state laws- for the protection of the lives
of the miners. The convention decided
unanimously to adopt It. The other resolu
tion, which waa referred to the convention
without recommendation, was that no
United Mine Worker should furnish coal
to a brickyard or other factory that ro-
fuses to recognize union labor. In the dis-
cussion it was orougnt out mat tne mat-
ter -could not be definitely fixed without
the' co-onernttnn of the nneratora and it
r was therefore referred to the scale com
i .-' f ml'.tee with the hope that they may so
- 'cure such an agreement from the operators.
1 ,: The discussion that was called forth showed
4.400 clearly that the sentiment of the conven
tion was for the resolution.
The resolution to establish co-operative
stores was also adopted with the require
ment that no miner own more than ten
sharea at $10 a share.
.. Polk County Primary Electloa.
The republican primary election for Polk
county was held today. There waa to be a
full' ticket' selected. The name of A. B.
Cummins. Was placed on the. ticket at his
request se that the action of the voters
today Is -an indorsement of him and his
administration and an Instruction , to the
delegation to vote for him at tho state
convention. There wea no contest for legis
lative' positions, the senator and two mem
bers being renominated without opposition.
There were contests on the other offices,,
but chiefly on sheriff and judge. The elec
tion Was quiet and had none of the fea
tures of, violence which Characterized tha
election-of-a year ago, when the 'congres
sional nomination waa at stake. The con
vention will be held one week later. There
was, much . rivalry over the contest for
plAces on . the county committee,' with a
view to affecting the results' of next year,
when the -congressional fight will be gone
over again. It la believed that generally
the friends of Judge Prouty have gained
over the Hiill forces and will control the
county committee. I ''
--' Increase at Mote Hospitals.
. Reports from the state Institutions re
ceived at the office of the State Board of
Control show a material gain In population
at most of the placea during the i month
of-February. There was a, cet gain of
twenty-nine Insane at the. tour bospl'ala
and a net gain of thirty-seven Inebriate
at the three dipsomania hospltali. There
was at the beginning of the present tnonth
a total of 3,310 Insane, of which 1,835 were
males and 1,455 were females. ' There are
231 inebriates, of which only tight are fe
males. At 'the Glen wood InstitUtJoii for
Feeble Minded there are 078, a gain, of
three; at the boys' reform school a total
of 512, a gain of four; at the girls' Indus
trial school 210, a gain of tlx, and at the
Fort Madison penitentiary IT4, a gain of
alxteen. The report of the'Anamosa prison
school is to the effect tha,t the attendants
is generally good, but last, tnonth It be.
camo necessary to report two for failing
to attend recitations regularly. The truancy
officer was notified. There were 147 males
enrolled in the prison school and twenty
four females. , i '. : v .
. Iowa Panda foe Scandinavians.
The Iowa conmlSalon for the solicitation
of funda for the benefit of tho sufterers ty
the famine In the northern Countries ,o
Europe expects to raise a tund of at least
$IOJ,000 from Iowa to - be forwarded to
Europe.'- There are over 100,009 Scandi
navians in Iowa and the commission haa
planned for systematic work among them.
The commission held a meeting last even
ing and will hold another tomorrow to lay
plans for he work. Treasurer Erlcson of
Boone has already forwarded over $800 tp
the .relief fund committee and contribu
tions are coming In in a very satisfactory
Street f are Into Fair Grounds.
- The executive committee of the agri
cultural department thla morning closed a
contract with the Dea Moines City Rail
way company for the entrance of the street
i railway linea Into the state
The car line will be differ
different from the
temporary track laid into the grounds last
year and will run to a loop near the pa
lllon and It will all be fenced off. K
handsome depot 40x120 feet in size is to he
built and- the arrangementa' will be that
tickets for the fair may be got In the depot
and street car fares will be paid before the
passengers 'get. to the platform.. It will,
therefore, be Impossible to overload tho
cara or crowd In front of them.
The contract waa closed this afternoeu
by the atate fair management and the rep
resentatives of the Palu company for the
presentation during the state fair In August
njxt cf the "Ancient Rome" spectacle in
a manner much like the "Last Days of
Pompeii" haa been presented. The agree
ment Is the compsny will use 100 persons.
It will be given in the racing grounds be
fore the great amphitheater for four nights,
beginning Monday night Of the fair week.
The aame company puts on an afternoon at
traction each day at the nmr place.
' linnlai wires irons rloriua, (
Governor Cummins ia .at Daytona, FJa.,
and he - telegraphed hla private secretary
to that effect today. He did not state
when he would reach home, but ia eapectea
back some, time next week.'
Governor Cummins ha been asked w'th
regard to hfs position toward a coniem
plated conference on the "race queetlen,"
to be held at Atlanta, Oa. This haa been
proposed by a resolution before the Wis
consin legislature requesting the governor
of that state to call a cenfereac of thai
nature. Oovernor Cumralnn Is now In lbs
south, where h may be able; to get a
closer view of ftc iste. qustlon' than th
legislators of Wlscunslu, bat It Is regarded
as improbable that ha will send delegatcu
to any1 such oenference or give U any coun
tenance.' V t
'orMrat ton Dlaaot.
t An unusual notice was that received at
the offlee ef th secretary of state today,
bvlng a aotlce of the tlfOlutlon of a' cor
poration.' The tlclderbctk'-Mlller company
Cf Davenport gave formal notice of tho end.
Ing of Its' corporate 'existence. The Iowa
laws provide for a reeord of the terrains
tion ef tbo existence' of corporations, but
thouwanda of 'them. lie. and. do "knowledge
of the fact Is ever properly transmitted to
tie state authorities. There la no penalty
for failure to report and the only reason
men should report la that It would relieve
them aa stockholders from liabilities which
mlgnt be Incurred.
The art1cle of incorporation bf the Outh.
rle fentcr Electric Light company, capital
$ir,000, wore Bled with "the secretary of
stat , by John W. Foster and others
- tolteh Prtflon File.
ONAWA; la., March .4-(Spenlal tele-gram.)--The
petition for the extension of
the Woodbury-Monona ditch through1 Mon
ona county was presented and filed with
the county ' auditor today. There are 230
names on the petition, ;' which, includes
many land owr.ers and prominent citizens.
A born) to pay all costs .and expenses In
caso the ditch should not be established
by the board Is also filed, In th sum of
$1,500. The dUch will be made through
Ashton, Bclvtdere, Kennebec, Sioux, Frank
lin and Sherman' townships and Is thought
to be one of the most. Important measures
ever contemplated In the county and a
great public welfare will be 'promoted by
the ditching end draining of the. land. The
work will be done under; 'the provisions of
chapter 2 title x, of the code of 1897, and
the amendatory provisions hereto.' ' The
pet tl Ion III be acted, upon at r the April
meeting of the board and treat Interest
la felt--in 'their action. .
'. ' ' ' .'
Rnea Hoasemovers. - ,
ONAWA, la., '.March e.tSpeclal Tele
gram.) A. J. Patrick,' an engineer oxi the
Chicago ft Northwestern, filed ault in Mon
ona '.county district' court '.today, against
David Butcher and" Jesse Ropes, clalmU.g
$5,000 damages for injuries caused by de
fendant moving a house onto the- tracks
of -tho' Northwestern line whereby plaintiff
Jumped to avoid a collision and Buffered a
broken arm. ' ; .
Monlelpnl Lratii Heetist,
WATERLOO, Ia March 6. (Special.)
Mayor Martin has announced October 14
and l? as the dates for the meeting of the
lowa League' of Municipalities, which con
venes in this city this. year. It Is esti
mated that 300 mayors and aldermen will
be present. A banquet will be served In
the Dry Run sewer if it Is dry.
OPEN TEXAS PACKING PLANTS
Capitalist of Chlcaaro Start. New
Ventnre at Fort '
FORT WORTH. Tex.. March 6. The
formal opening of two packing houses, fos
tered by Chicago'capltaliats..' took place
here today with. 10,000 people In attend
ance. A partr of prominent eChlcagoans
were among the spectators. They left to
night for El Paso. '
The program planned by the Board of
Trade tor the format opening was carried
out,- M.. Sandera-rot New' Orleans, presi
dent of. the Progressive i uplon, being the
principal speaker.- Others who apoke were
Colonel W. E.- Sklng'er, who was for many
years general manager of the Forth Worth
Slock-Yards compaay, " and Colonel Henry
C. Holloway,; who built the' original yards
here. The- speakers dwelt prlacipaJly upon
the advantages of Fort Worth aa a packing
house center. end. were liberally applauded.
BLIND ' TIGERS ARE. HARD HIT
Freight , chararea
J ' ) Prepaid. '
...LOUISVILLE, Ky.,. March,. The Courier-Journal
tomorrow' , will say: Whisky
dealers who ship gooda to Kenans are faoed
with a proposition iu the shape-of an order
Issued-by all, railroad lines In that, atate
which, will .probably.; havie the effect of de
pressing trade to a considerable extent..
.'.The. order ' requires . the . prepayment of
freight 'with the guarantee of return If not
delivered' .in ten days, and prohibits the
practice, of consigning ahlpments( to ficti
tious individuals or firms.
i Kansas Is a prohibition atate and this or
der comos at the re.uJt of a atate law which
aims to cut off the source of supply of the
"blind tigers" aa far aa possible. It la be
lieved the order will have the effect of
stopping all shipments of liquor on con
signment. ;....-.', 1 ;
NICHOLS TON COLUMBIA
Famona fhyslc-lst Resigns Professor
akin at Dartmanth te Join-Sew
'J . York Inlversltr.'
HANOVER, N. Hi. Maroh' 6. Prof. Ernest
Fox Nichols hej resigned the Wilder pro
fessorship of phytic in Dartmouth college
to go to Columbia unverdty.
' Prcf. Nichols la a member of the Physi
cal Society of America, the ' Astronomical
and Astro-Physical Society of America and
Is assistant editor ut the Astro-Physical
INJUNCTION JUDGE DENOUNCED
Miners'. Orator Claims Adams Would
, Reuire Workiatraten te
PADL'CAH, Ky., March . At the west
ern Kentuck district; miners' convention to
day W. F. Farley of Birmingham, Ala-, de
nounced Judge Adams ' of St.' Louis for
granting an Injunction to prevent the Wa
bash employes striking.
, He sate It Judge Adams was within the
law American working men were In a worse
condition of slavery than the negroes before
the civil war.,
SHAVE SLAYS MILLIONAIRE
geratrbea Week, Contracts Errslnllls.
Oeea to Hospital aad Thenee
DENVER. Msrch --rJames Stettaner. a
prominent clubman and financier of Chi
cago, died at Mercy hospital in this city of
blood poisoning, resulting from a scratch
lpMcted when (having- The Injury waa re
ceived a week ago. ; A day or so later ery-
alpalla aet It.
Mr. Stettaner left fortune estimated at
BEATRICE. Neb.. March .--( Special-)
Mr. Robert Gregory and Miss Nellie Goln,
well known and highly respected resident
of Liberty, this enuaty, were married In
tble city yeatsrda). Count Judge Bourne
STRIKE SHUTS WORKS DOWN
Gian Disonte Lkilj ti Vastly Increasa
Prices Thranghotit Country
oasaaaaaaaaaaaw - '
RUINOUS RATE WAR . IS ALTERNATIVE
Traat Takes Plrat Action by Closing
and Also Talks of aelllaat rheaw
When Machines Are I -,
PITTSBURG. March 6 Concf rnlng the
failure of the window glass combine and
Jobbers tc reach an agreement at the recent
meeting at Columbus, the National tMass
Budget tomorrow will say:
"All agreements between manufacturers
and Jobbers are now off and an open mar
ket, with much lower prices, will be the
next thing la order In the window glass
Industry. Tbt this will result In cllmlnat
Ing all profits from the business Is a dead
certainty and-those who continue to oper
ate their plants are certain to do so out
of the profits accruing up to the present
"Regardless of what others may do. It is
the Intention of the Amerlean Window
Glass company to put the fires out of til
except their machine-equipped plant at an
early date, probably on March J4, and here
after paddle their own canoe.
'The machines will be Introduced at their
various factories as rapidly as pcss'bla
and it la ex p. i ted that when the time for
starting factories In the fall arrives this
company will have several machine
equipped plants In blast, making glass
from 40 to E0 per cent cheaper than it Is
possible to make It by the old method."
Trust Shots Down.
Lat tcnlght the American Window Glass
company Issued a formal notice that on
March 14 all its factories will close for the
season,' Irrespective of what other com
panies may do.. The moment that tho fac
tories are closed a large force of men will
be put to work to equip them with the new
glafs blowing machines.
It Is said all tho factories of the com
pany will be equipped with the new ma
chines, which will do the work of the
skilled laborer and remove from the glass
factories the highest priced skilled labor
known In the country. It will give tho
company glass production at less than one
third of the price under hand labor.
The action of the American Window Glass
company In closing Its factories and Install
ing Its machines Is said to be Its answer
to the Independents, who have refused to
come to any agreement concerning uniform
closing of plants this spring.
To make more emphatic the statements
of the big corporation It was stated that a
charter had been applied for under the laws
of New "ioirk for the Incorporation of tho
American Window -Glass Machine company,
which la to have a capital of $20,000,000, all
of which is to be directed by officers of the
glass company and which will own all the
patenta that now exist and manufacture all
the machines for making window glass.
All former lists have been withdrawn by
the 'American company and It is believed a
cut In rates will be made. .
. Sltaatloa la Serlons. .
PHILADELPHIA, March 6. The Public
Ledger today says: Never In the history
of the window glass industry In this coun
try, it la said, have manufacturers and Job
bers been confronted with such a serious
situation aa at present.
If the plan of a number of leading pro
ducers to close down their factories tem
porarily f are, successful. It Is said, higher
price are assured, while If It tails it is
predicted here that the most ruinous price
war which haa ever been Inaugurated will
be a certainty.
"There ia only one safe way out of thf
difficulty," said a leading local Jobber, "and
thit Is by closing the factories. If a sus
pension' of operatlona takes place a better
demand) for glass will naturally follow and
all are assured profitable, prices on their
present - holdings - and the output of the
factories between now and a time when a
shutdown Is decided upon by a majority of
"If, however, a sufficient number of man
ufacturer persist In working their fac
tories, prices are sure to be cut so deep
that every box of glass made during the
coming season will have to be sold at a
loas. In the event of the factoriea falling
to go out of blast; a cut of 40 per cent, would
not surprise us and those familiar with
the business, the cost of material and high
wagea know what It means."
It has been estimated by those In a posi
tion to know that there are now In the
hands of manufacturer about S,000,00
boxea of glass, one-half of which Is In the
warehouse of the American Window Qlu
ROOSEVELT PROMISES Y. M. C. A
Will Attend . International Conven
tion of Railway Branch at
TOPEKA, Kan., March 6. Prealdent
Roosevelt will attend the International con
vention of the Railway Young Men' Chris
tian association, which meets In Topeka
from April $0 to May 3.- He. haa not de
cided the dale of hla visit.
An effort will be ' made to have him
lay the cornerstone of the new Railway
Young Men'a Christian association building,
the money for which was largely furnished
by President Ripley of the Ssnta Fe.
Misa Helen Gould of New York and other
well known people will attend the con
ference. Delegatea will be presen from
all parts of the world.
NEW CURE , FOR PNEUMONIA
It Was Discovered by aa Indian While
Attending; a Mirk Maa in
, the Woods.
Earnest South worth and Jamea Rice,
prospectors for Bangor landowners, have
Just had a series of misadventures in the
forests beyond Lobster lake, reports the i
New York Sun. , Their 111 luck came to a I
head when, after being caught in a severe
snowstorm, they reached an abandoned
There Rice fell ill with a cold,' which
developed symptoms of pieumoula. His
companion, believing that he would die
unleaa help came at once, aet out for the
nearest lumber camp, leaving a note torn
from hia survey book to tell where . he hsd
Three daya later, when Southworth re
turned with - a horse and sled to remove
the aick man, he found Rice able to sit up.
THE PURE .
The coffee habit Is quickly over
com) by those who let Grain-O
taVe it place. ,lt property madj
it tastes like the bet of coffee. , I'o
gra n coffee compare with it ia
flavor or health fulness.
THY IT TO-DAY.
' At gracen asesjnaais ltc. aad Me. par package,
Rice said he owed his life to some medi
cine, Thlch Sotithworth hsd left for him.
and which the Indlsn hsd administered
' Hul I in greatly worried about you,"
said llice, "because you left no word about
yntir going away, and I hsd begun to think
you had deserted me to let me die In camp
with this Indian.
"Snrkalexls,' said Snuthworlh In his
sternest toue, "what did you do with tbst
paper I gave you and told yo I to hand to
Mr. R-e as soon as he came to himself
and was able to read?"
The Indian scrstched his head as If
struggling with a new Idea. In the end I
he grasped the meaning of the question
"lleem papier? Oh, out! Ah'm bin
know w'at you bin mean. Ah'm bin tear
ic papier, oop an' geev heem to se seek
mans ei xe medlolne w'at you bin tole ter
geev. Eet mak' heem geet well pretty
kverk. heem all good now. Ze papier medi
cine, heem do eet."
Instead of giving the note to Rice to
read, the Indian bad .torn It to bits and ad
ministered It as medicine, (hua adding a
new remedy for pneumonia to the American
, POINTED PARAGRAPHS
Call a man a donkey and tt'a up to him to
Ambition makes men want to do things
they can't. .
It Is easier to talk like a fool than It la
not to be one.
Men are seldom thankful when they get
what they deserve.
Some women aeem to think their husbands
are made of gold dust.
Some men find It easier to raise whiskers
lhan the price of a shave.
The man who pays out a lot of good
money for so-called fame is apt to diacover
later that he has a gold brick on his hands.
, ch'.eago News.
rlrnkn State t nlverslty Sotea.
Prof. A. L. Haecker of the department of
dairy husbandry did special Institute work
at Manhattan, Kan., this week.
The Palladia!) casket ball team won the
Int- r-soclety championship by defeating the
I'nlons Friday evening by a score of 28 to 7.
Director Wlllard Kt.nball of the uni
versity irhnol of music left Thursday for
Chicago on buKinesv. He will be absent
The first of a series of Inter-class basket
ball grimes to decide the class cnampinnshlp
will lie played Saturday evening In the
armory, when the Juniors and sophomores
Principal H. F. Wolf of the Lincoln High
school addressed the PedagoKlcal club of
the university Thursday evening on "Per
sonal Characteristics That Influence the
Kmployment of Teachers."
Prof. A. E. Davlsson. head of the agri
cultural school, gave a banquet Thursday
nvfiiing Ht his home, Twenty-aeventh and
Q streets, to the boys taking the short term
coune, which closed Friday.
The eophomore-freshman debate-will oc
cur Saturday evinlng, March 21. Question,
"Resolved. That the public should refuse to
countenance labor unions when they refuse
to work with non-union men." The fresh
men have the affirmative.
The girls' basket ball team of the uni
versity will play the Haskell Indian girls
In the university armory Friday evening.
March 13. The second university team will
meet the Kansas university girls the BLme
evening. The admission will be 06 cents.
Dr. E. I Corthell gave a confidential talk
to the engineering students of the uni
versity Friday morning In mechanic arts
hall. He portrayed the ups and downa of
the profession and drew from his own ex
perience many lessons of infinite value to
the young engineer. , -
Next Saturday afternoon the university
girls' basket ball teum will play an alumnae
team. It wtii be mainly a practice game
for the university in preparation for the
notable match with the Haskell Indian
girls. The game will be open to university
girls only. . . .
The university basket ball team left for
Minneapolis Thursday afternoon. They will
meet the Agricultural college of Minnesota
Friday night and the I'nlverslty of Mlnne.
sota Saturday night. The following men
are in the party: Captain Hewitt. Elliot,
Hlltner, Benedict, Hoar and Ferguson.
They will return Sunday night. .
The Nebraska State Engineering society.
which -has been Inactive for the last five
years, was reorganized Thursday afternoon
and the following . offlcera were elected:
City Engineer A. Rosewater of Omaha,
president; Prof.- C. R. Richards of the me
chanical engineering department of the uni
versity, vice prealdent: Prof. Q. R. Chat
burn of the civil engineering department of
the university, secretary, and treasurer.
Twenty leading engineers of the atate were
present at the meeting.
The chapel waa packed Friday morning
by those desiring to hear the university
band concert. The band has recently been
reorganized, with many old players hack In
their places. The audience gave the boys
an enthusiastic reception and each number
was loudly applauded. Following was tho
program: Excerpt from "Mikado." Sulli
van: waltz, "Calanthe," Holtzman; "The
Ambuscade," Sourendean; march. "Old Vet
erans.'' air by Reeves. This la the first
appearance of the band since last fall, but
In future these concerts will be a regular
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Strong nerves are the capital that
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