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DECIDES MILES WILL CASE i
Title to Three Million Dollar Estate
Settled in 8 a pre me Court
EFFORT TO BREAK THE WILL A FAILURE
lirrrmt Conrt Commliiloi Meets
aad Ors;aalses Preparatloae for
Prealoeat'e lelt to
ORDERS GRAIN RATE PROBE
Interstate Commerce Cemmiion Will In
veetigate Western Freight Schedules.
NEW NEBRASKA BANK IS AUTHORIZED
Beemer and Boon Mob Both Obtain
reratlaalon to Cnro for Other
People' Cut la Tholr
WASHINGTON, April 9. The Interstate
Commerce commission today made a turn
- ber of trunk railway lines respondents In
proceedings Involving the legality of their
local rates n grain and grain products,
and In the caie of two of the roads the
class and commodity' rates, and issued an
order requiring the roads to file answers
by May 1.
In the ease of the Northwestern, Burllng-
ton. Great Western, Milwaukee, Wabash
I and Rock Island, the commission says It
V appears that these lines made large ad
vances 1n ratea between ' Missouri river
points and St. Louis, other Mississippi river
points, Chicago and intermediate destine
tiona, during the last bait ot 1908 on grain
and grain products originating west of the
Missouri; that such advances operated to
Increase total rates on such trafflo from
points west of the Missouri river to Chi
. cago and the other points and that high
local charges between these various points
have been and are kept in force by such
carriers. . .'"
In the case of the. Katy and 'Frisco Jhe
commission says It appears that these roads
put In effect class rates between St. Louis
and Texas eommon . points considerably
blgher than those, in force on like trafflo at
any time since the operation of the inter
tate commerce law In 1887. .
It ale appear to the commission that
" many special" oi ommodity rate were also
Increased about the same time. - . -
Investigation .of the legality of these
ratee is, therefore, ordered and following
the filing of the answer a hearing will be
arranged at which representatives of the
various roads will be required to attend.
, , . Hew Baaka Aetaerlsed.
The comptroller of the currency today
approved the application of William
Smith, John Keller, D. H. Albert, Henry
Behrens, Marcus Brandt and James Walla
to organize the First National bank ot
The) Only Double)
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5.50 PU THE EASTERN EXPRESS
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2 OTHER DAILY TRAINS
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sleaplae oars, begat aaa.
aad rraa raeiiaia
in FF in Tarouab sanrtoa Omaha to Okieaeo.
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tJJ gt eafaeo4 tiaa raalialas shell ears..
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vuod .nd .a, Tbrouak laaltalaa eaau sarai laU.
snaa .capias aar sarrioe.
sat, Seribaer. Norfolk, TaHW
vast aaa tae &oaabe4 Iaaiaa
Beemer, Neb., with $25,000 capital; also
the application of A. J. Wilson, E. E.
Hughes, Charles A. Blossom, William L
Pollock, F. M. Ballon and others to or
ganize the Boone National bank of Boone,
la., with $100,000 capital.
These rural letter carriers were ap
pointed today: Nebraska Mead, regular,
Enoch B. Edoff; substitute, Csrl J. Carl
son. Norfolk, regular, Lee Tipton; substi
tute, Horace Elsley. Ponca, regular, Frank
D. Stover; substitute, William Bellenbur
ger. Iowa Dow City, regular, William H.
Rule; substitute, James 0. Rule. Latimer,
regular, Edwin Sawtell; substitute, Ella
gawtall. Sanborn, regular, Harry .C. Glbbsi
substitute, Harvey Powell. Sergeant Bluff,
regular, Ernest E. Bryan; substitute, Ell
B. Woodford. Toledo, regular, George W
Davis; substitute. Perry B.' Davis. Walker,
regulars, John B. Edwards, Charles O.
Bross; substitutes, Ollle M. Edwards, Lot
Frank Baldwin of Charlton, Albert W.
Sides of Osage, Thomaa D. Lawrence of
Corning, la., were today appointed railway
Postmaster appointed: Iowa Ewen J,
Campbell, Hobart, Kossuth county; W. H.
Johnson, Homer, Hamilton county; P. L.
Kepple, Ionia, Chickasaw county. South
Dakota Charles Mallory, Date, Butte
county; Martin J. Wegner, St. Herbert,
Edmunds county. Wyoming Rongls, FTe
mont county, Gilbert Btevens. . .
The comptroller of the currency today
approved the Iowa ' National bank of Des
Moines as reserve agent for the Chariton
National bank of Charlton, la.
To Bo Chief Paymaster.
Major George R. Smith has been desig
nated as chief paymaster of the division
of the Philippines, relieving Lieutenant
Colonel Charles H. Whipple, deputy pay
master general, who haa been ordered to
this country to report Immediately to the
adjutant general. Major Elijah W.' Hal-
ford, who has been serving in the Philip
pines as paymaster, has been relieved ot
duty, He wllj report to General Corbln
1a Washington for. duty. -
ladlaa Aataorltr Snstalned.
The court ot appeale of the District of
Columbia has sustained the authority of the
Indian tribes In Indian Territory to make
a payment of 4 permit fee or tribal tax a
prerequisite to grazing of cattle and other
live stock within Indian Territory by per
sons who are not members of the tribes
and haa sustained the authority of the
secretary of the Interior to enforce such
an Indian law by removing from Indian
Territory all cattle and other live stock
upon which this fee Is not paid. The de
clslon was rendered In the case of Edwin
T. Morris and other Texas cattlemen
against Ethan A. Hitchcock, , secretary ot
the Interior, In which the plaintiffs sought
to enjoin the secretary from removing from
Indian Territory cattle upon which they
had refused to pay the tax.
Troops Aaslsraed in Islaada,
The United States troops which left
San Francisco about March 19 have been
assigned ae follows: Department of Luzon
The Tenth. Thirty-eighth. Eighty-fifth and
One Hundred and Eighth companlea, coast
artillery, at Cuartel de Espana; the Ninth
and Eighteenth batteries, field artillery, at
Paya Barracks, Manila. The Department
of Mindanao: The Seventeenth battery,
field artillery, at Camp Vicars, to relieve
the Twenty-fifth battery, field artillery,
which will return to the United States.
Department of the Vlzcayas: The Four
teenth Infantry, one battalion at Laguen
and two battalions at Calbayog, Samar, to
relieve the First Infantry, ordered to pro
ceed to Manila. The Twenty-fifth, Twenty
seventh. Thirty-first and Thirty-sixth com.
panles, cosst artillery, and' the Fourth and
Fifteenth batteries, field artillery, are now
enroute from Manila to San Francisco,- and
It le expected that the First Infantry and
headquarters band. First squadron. Sixth
cavalry, will sail from Manila for the
United States In a day or two.'
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April . (Special Telegram.)
The famous Miles will case. Involving
over $3,000,000, was settled by the supreme
court today In a decision, affirming the de
cision of the district court of Richardson
In his will the elder Miles left his estate
to one eon. Suit was brought by another
son to break the will. The suit failed.
The late Stephen B. Miles was a resident
of Falls City and left a large amount of
property not only In Nebraska, but In other
sections of the country. The will .offered
for probate devised prsetlcally all the prop
erty to one son, Joseph Miles. A previous
will had made a more even division of the
property, and, later Samuel Miles aought to
establish the existence of a win later in
date than the one which left the property
all to his brother. This will was much like
the first one In Its tenor. It was alleged
that this last will was made In St. Louis,
while the elder Miles was stopping at one
of the leading hotels In that city. Neither
the attorney who drew the will or the
party who witnessed it were produced In
court, but some testimony was Introduced
to prove that such parties had existed and
that they had been at the hotel at the time
In question on some business with Miles,
The court, however, declined to accept the
later or St. Louis will, and this decision Is
the one affirmed by the supreme court.
The case has been bitterly fought and
eome of the leading attorneys of the state
have been engaged ,on both aldea of the
Conrt Commlsaioa Oraaalses.
The supreme court commissioners ap
pointed yesterday were sworn In this
morning and began the consideration ot
cases. The commission reorganized and
hereafter will work as follows: No.
Hastings, Ames and Oldham; No. 2. Barnes,
Albert and Glanvllle; No. S, Duffle, '(Irk
Patrick and Pound.
Lively for President.
The thirty minutes President Roosevelt
Intends to spend In Nebraska'a capital
promlsea to be sufficiently strenuous to
suit anyone. Today the committee on re
ception met at the office of Congressman
Burkett and made all arrangements for the
reception and appointed committees to
look after the details.
When the presidential train reaohes
Lincoln a salute of twenty-one guns will
be fired at the State university. When
the president leaves the state house en
route to the -station the McKlnley chimes
will ring. Besides the university cadets,
who will be in the line of march, the stu
dents of Wesleyan university, Cotner,
Union college and the Lincoln Medical col
lege will be invited to participate. A
mounted escort of twenty-five men will ac
company the presidential party through
the town, but these have not yet been ap
pointed. And besides all this the presl
dent will make a speech.
The committees appointed were:
On Military and Decorations Chief
Hoagland, Captain Cosgrave, Captain Chaee
and Captain Culver.
On Erection of Platform Congressman
Burkett and Ed A. Church.
Students E. H. Clarke. V, "
School Children H. W. Davis and Su
The line ot march will be: Leave B. V
M. depot at 1:10 to Ninth street, south to
O street, east to Fifteenth and south (o
the capltol, where the speech will be made.
The Journey back will be west on J street
to Eleventh, north to the university, weet
to Tenth, north to 8 etreet and west to the
Northwestern depot at 1:40 p. m.
At the closing meeting of the Shtloh
Veterans' association yesterday afternoon
John Lett was elected president and
Joseph Teeters vice president. Both are
restdents of Lincoln. The secretary and
treasurer are to be appointed by the presi
dent. Orders for Guardsmen.
Adjutant General Culver today Issued
All companies will be Inspected at their
home stations during the present month by
an officer detailed from the regular army
and each company, troop, battery, corps
and band will make Immediate preparation
for the same.
The Inspection will disclose the numerical
strength of each command, the proficiency
in drill, company administration, care and
condition of arm and equipments, the num
ber or company drills had during the year
(which should not be leas than twenty-four)
and the personal character and seal of the
members of the National Guard.
Cornea nv commanders will at once recruit
up to the full strength and see that all
extra arms, inciuaing Dayonet scaooaras,
cartridge belts and boxes, and the company
armories and storage rooms are in present
All absentees must be accounted for.
Tflv. nf .hi.ni1. m V he aranlen fnr n
period not to exceed seven days by com
pany commanders while at home stations.
Application for a greater period must be
forwarded to this office through proper
channela. A list of absentees and reason
for absence must be prepared ana ready to
be given to the Inspector.
NEBRASKA ELECTION RESULTS
License or No Llcenae la the Isaac
In tbo Majority of
eo many tinea In different directions thsi
It Is Impossible to state Just what the final
outcome of the location of the road will
be. Yesterday one oat At wss st work near
Mercer, another at Arlington and another
Just east of the city. The general opinion
is that they are likely to come In south ot
the Union Pacific tracks, but of course no
one outside of the officials can definitely
EDITORS RESORT TO BLOWS
Personal Wffereneea Too Warns to Bo
Settled In the Poblle
BLAIR, Neb., April (Special.) A
sensational Incident was furnished the
citizens ot Blair today In the way of a
pugilistic encounter between Don C. Van
Dusen, late captain of Company B, Third
Nebraska regiment, now euitor of the Blair
Courier, and Will C. Campbell, editor oi
the "Knocker" and also manager of the
Blair Pilot. A bad feeling has existed be
tween the editors of these two papers for
some years and the amount of mud and
little personal differences slung at each
other through their columns has st times
made both papers objectionable to the
people. Van Dusen went to the Pilot omee
today at noon and proceeded to demand
satisfaction for some articles that appeared
In the last Issue ot the Pilot, of which he
claimed Campbell was the author. A rough
and tumble fight took place In the office
and the parties were ordered out Into the
street by Editor Williams of the Pilot,
where the fight was continued until Chief
of Follce Arnold separated the combatants
and arrested both of them. They were
fined $5 and costs.
TEAM IS STOLEN NEAR DEWITT
Thieves Snpposed to Be Same Men
Who Robbed the Rock Island
BEATRICE. Neb., April . (Special Tel
egram.) A team of horses wss stolen last
night from a farmer living near DeWltt.
It Is thought the theft wae made by the
same men who robbed the Rock Island
depot at that place Wednesday afternoon
and after watting until dark they made
their escape by the stealing of the team.
There Is no clue.
A bold but unsuccessful attempt was
made by local toughs last night to rob a
contractor named Coombs, who Uvea In
Glenover, a suburb ot this city. After
recognizing one of the men he made a bold
stand by refusing to give up his money.
The young holdups weakened and disap
peared In the darkness. "No arrests have
Elopers Bent to Jail.
FREMONT, Neb., April 9. (Special.) Al
Wilson, the Omaha man who wae' arrested
here last month for running away with
Isabel Baum, wife of W. P. Baum of Omaha,
was arraigned In the district court yes
terday afternoon on a charge of adultery,
Baum being the complaining witness. He
pleaded guilty and Judge Hollenbeck sen
tenced him to ninety daye in the county
jail. Mrs. Baum waa arraigned at the
same time. She also, pleaded guilty and
was given thirty days.
SHOT WHILE HE IS ASLEEP
Man at Kansas City Fatt'ly Wounded
hj a Wemsn.
SHE ENTERS HIS ROOM BY STEALTH
Victim BnyS He Went to Mlaaoorl
Towa to Get Away from Her
aad Did Rot Know She
Was la the City.
KANSA8 CITY, Mo!, April .Mrs.
Amanda Williams, who rame here recently
from Texas, shot and fatally wounded Car
roll Mix of Fayettevllle, Ark. while the
latter was ssleep In his room at 410 West
Ninth street early today. At the police
ststlon lster she refused to talk.
Mrs. Williams and Mix were formerly
sweethearts. The woman was deserted
by her husband some time sgo In a Texaa
town and until recently had been In
Fayettevllle. Mix, It appears, came to
Kansas City a few days ago to escape the
woman, who had follow him, apparently
Intent on taking hie life.
As Mix lay asleep this morning Mrs. Wil
liams entered his room at 8:30 o'clock, un
known to any other occupant ot the house,
and began firing at him. The first shot
struck Mix in the nose, a second one hit
him In the cheek, a third In the groin, and
a fourth grazed bis left arm. The fifth
bullet, the last In the revolver, went wild.
Mrs. Williams submitted to srrest quietly.
Mix, who was taken to the hospital In a
dying condition, said that he had come to
Kansas City a few days ago to get away
from the woman and aald that he did not
know she was In the city. Mrs. Williams
Is 80 years old and Mix Is 29.
The shooting occurred In the next room
to that occupied by Bud Taylor from the
window of which the latter two years sgo
shot and killed his sweetheart, Ruth Nol
lard, with a rifle.
Later Mrs. Williams consented to tslk.
She said she had left Fayette on Monday
last to follow Mix, who hsd preceded the
day previous. She met him here two days
ago, she asserted, but he had evaded her.
Mrs. Williams admitted frankly that the
shootlna waa promoted by Jealousy. Sho
eald she had been deserted by her husband
In Texas a year ago and that the acquaint
ance with Mix, whom she had known for
years, was then renewed. Mix was a
Mrs. Williams later In a atatement to
the prosecutor admitted that she had pur
chased the revolver with which she shot
Mix a month ago, and that she had planned
the shooting deliberately. She was cool
and collected when arrested, but later In
her cell became hysterical and expressed
extreme sorrow for her deed.
The woman says her husband is James
Williams of Gainesville, Tex.
THOUSANDS HAVE KIOHEY
TROUBLE MID DDII'T KIIOW IT
. saOTiMuasaas.. . Sniir -
Milan sivvfiafl mesa nxavivn),
7.30 AM JBotsi.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and U03Farnam Street.
Treat all forsn at
J IT leai
I His rei
.mu. Cas hi
I (vm) day brtnas
of tha ood ha ,1a
Hot Springs Traa lirert for Sjcbi!:
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BRRAKINl
IT Tears Bxpertenee,
ears la unaaoa.
haa never been
equaled auj n lay brtnas many flat tar
ing reports or tna oea ne,is aoiug. w las
relief be baa given.
STOCKMEN HAVE A BIG TIME
Proa-rasa of Cowboy Sports Adds
plea to the Baslaesa
BILLEFOURCHE. 8. D., April .(Spe
cial Telegram.) The first annual meeting
ot the Northwestern Stock Growers' asso
ciation convened at Bellefourche today.
The association was organised last May,
with a membership of but a ..lttl over
100, but now the aamee of S56 small stock
growers and farmers are upon the asso
ciation's list, aad it Is believed at the
present meeting this will be Increased by
over 200. Today the town le crowded with
people from the cattle country and from
the large cities, two carloads of business
men coming from Sioux City and one
crowded sleeper from South Omasa, while
all of the big cattle buying firms in the
west have representatives here. A busl
nese meeting of the association la. being
held this evening. A program ot cowboy
sports wss carried out this afternoon.
e Fair Commlaaloner.
D.. April I. (Special Tele
OUT" on the skin or face and all external
tana of tha disease o'.eappcar at once.
BlOOO DISEASE zrT&i:
OVER 30,000 us debility, loos of
vitality, unnatural diachargea. Stricture.
4 Olaet. Kidney and Bladder Ulseaaae. Hy
QUICK CURES-LOW CHAROBS.
Treatment b malL P. O. Box las. Office
over lis aV Htb eireat. between Faraaa aad
VeuLa sua la, oaiaiia, fiSJ.
gram.) While tha law' creating a 8t. Louis
fair commission does not go Into effect
until July 1, It Is necessary to have an
n i official representative at 8t. Louis to select
a state site before May 1. Fur this reason
Governor Herreld today selected 8. W
Russell ot Lawrence county as a member
to represent the state until the law goes
Into effect, a hen a commission will be
given him and the otbr two members ap
pointed. Mr. Russell was unanimously en
dorsed by the Mlnlcg Men's association of
the Black Hills. The governor tcJay ap
pointed as members of tha atate fair boart
John H. King of Huroa aud George H
Whiting ot Yankton.
Drinks Horse Medicine and Dies.
BLAIR. Neb.. AprH A (Special.) G. A.
Salvelckln, aged 61 years, once prominent
farmer living near Rose Hill church, about
eight miles from Blair, died last night
from drinking some horse medicine. He
haa been on a protracted spree and waa
determined to drink anything that came
In his way. He leavee -a wife and children,
who are respected', resident of the 'com
munity In which thej- fve: . ,"
School Saperlntendent Real-na.
. ALBION, Neb., . April . (SpeclM.)
Prof. J. J. King, who was recently elected
superintendent of our schools for the fourth
time, tendered his reslgnstion last night
to accept a more lucrative position else
where. Miss . Myrtle . V. Price, who for
merly taught here, was .elected principal
of the high school.
Bolls, Bores and Felons
Find prompt, sure cure in Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, also eczema, salt rheum,
burns, bruises and piles, or no pay. 23c.
for sale by Kuhn tt Co.
Short Conrt Term at Pawaee.
PAWNEE CITY. Neb.. April . (Spe
clal.) District court convened yesterday perature and precipitation compared with
evening, with Judge Stull of Auburn on
the bench. There is not a large docket
this term and It Is expected the term will
be through In a few days.
The following additional results ot the
town elections in Nebraska have been re
Red Cloud The entire republican ticket
was elected by good majorities.
Clay Center Only one ticket wss In the
field and the election waa decidedly qulel
In consequence. -
Pawnee City The republican ticket won
over the citizens' by a fair majority.
Wymore The ticket elected favora the
granting of license to the saloons.
Crelghtoa The election resulted la the
election of the entire high license ticket.
Osceola There waa only one tlc'iet in
the field and the question of license was
submitted to direct vote, tesulMng In a
majority of sixteen sgalnst license.
Elwood The license ticket was elected.
Central. City The entire llcenae ticket
Bertrand The election reaulted in the
election of one license and two antl-licenss
Fairmont The anti-license ticket w
Kearney The entire republican ticket
lloldrege Tue en'lre license ticket wss
elected. This is the first time In the his
tory of tb city in which the entire city
council has teen In favor of license.
Valentine The Issue In the city election
was whether the gnnibling houses shou'.d
be slloaid to run. The contest wss one
of the hottest In the history ot the City
and the citizens' ticket, which waa op
posed to allowing gambling, was elected.
Gciing Tha Uceuse ticket was elected
by c.ajoritlt-s ranging from five to fourteen.
JEALOUSY PROMPTS A CRIME
Woman Pete Strychnine In Lssek
Eatea by Herself aad Her
. LEAD, 8. D., April 9. (Special Tele
gram.) Jealousy early this morning
caused a woman. Martha Gulnan, to take
her own life and to make a desperate at
tempt to take that of ber lover, David
Henny, a roulette man In one ot the Lead
The partiee to the tragedy came here
several months ago from Aspen, Colo., nod
have been occupying apartments toge ber f s
man and wife. Last evening shortly before
12 o'clock, Henny, as usual, went to his
lunch, which the woman bad prepared for
him at tbelr rooms. He ate lunch and re
turned to bis work about 1 o'clock this
He was not in the aaloon long before he
complained of being ill and fell In a spasm
upon the floor. He was picked up and
taken to his rooms and a doctor sum
When the parties taking cars of Henny I Louis, c.oudy
reached his rooms they found the Gulaan J naVenpor "clear
woman dying rrom the effects or a aose or Kansas C y. raining
strychnine which she hsd taken. Before J Havre, cloudv
Bismarck, partly cloudy,
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Both Storms and Colder Weather
Promised for Next Two
WASHINGTON. April 9. Forecast:
For Nebraska Showers and colder Fri
day; Saturday, probably fair.
For Iowa Showera Friday, cooler In ex
treme west portion; Saturday, colder and
partly cloudy, with showers In east por
tion. For South Dakota Rain and colder Fri
day; Saturday, probably fair.
For Kansas Showers Friday; Saturday,
fair and colder.
For Montana Rain or snow Friday;
colder except In extreme northwest por
tion; Ssturday, fair.
For Missouri Showers Frldsy, colder In
west portion; Saturday, fair In west,
showers and' colder in east portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, April . Official record of tem
Derature ana precipitation comDared with
the corresponding day of the last three
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City Passenger Agent,
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