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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BE'Ei SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1903.
IV. WISEMAN HELD FOR TRIAL
Cour'Eoom Jammed at Preliminary Hear
a nr in Oard.Onhnr.nl Afian'it Can.
. ' . ......
I. WISEMAN AND MULICK UP TUESDAY
Girls Give Graphic Description of Al
leged Aiitall, bat Their Testl
mony I Vagnf on Time
Wiseman waa much eiclted and that th
Oard girl foaltlvely Identified him.
Charles B. Dodson testified that he was
I - .1 V. .. .....ma .n. Krnt flllt tthH
a man he could not see told him he had Great Military Epectaole to rut on IJ
"better keep his face out of here. He Local Gnardimen.
went hack and finished dressing, got ma
C . r. r A van) aH Wttkftll T 11 IT! P P. TheT
heard acreami apparently choked off. They ANOTHER CHAPTER OF FILIPINO UPRISING
entered the club grounds and a flushed
DEFENSE OF WATER WORKS feud murderer on stand
man who proved to be Wiseman ran from
the east bunker. The girl waa ahout fifty
roda from where they found Wiseman.
They called her and aha Identified the
man, Baying: "You know what you done
to me. Ile a lame, too."
Fart Played by Tharstoa Rlnea la
the Important Capture of th
Funplnc Station to Be
Wea'y Wiseman, charged with criminally
um8.nl.-it g Alice Gard near Benson Bunaay
ighU had hla preliminary hearing before
rufvtico 'King yesterday and waa bound
r to tho district court.
D. F. Thomas . represented Wlsem.in
nd fimyth & Bmlth were present to look
ifter the Interests of Frank Mullck, who
a charged with assaulting the Oard girl.
I'he atate was represented by County At-
orney English and Deputy M.igney. The
ourt room waa ao crowded and ao dis
orderly waa the crowd that Justice King
iad to threaten on several occasions to
I 1 lear It.
Witness Against Jett aad White
Admit Killing Hla
CTNTHIANA, Ky., Aug. l.-Tha second
trial of Curtla Jett and Thomaa White for
tha murder of J. B. Marcum haa continued
one week and the proaecutlon la atlll .call
ing wttnesaea. Commonwealths Attorney
Bvrd haa aurprlaed all In aecurlng the at-
j tendance here of peraona from Breathitt
' county that It waa thought would never
testify against either of tha defendants,
imnni the wltnemea who fled to the
State Bests Case. I I ... . the trial at Jarkaon waa
, a i xhe Thurston Wiles ana me umans. i "" ....... -
Theodore Gallagher waa the lart witness, y yM pr8. Henry Freeman, who waa held In conflne-
but told nothing new or Important Thel ' ; --i-if nreaentatlon of ment here several daya until he agreed to
atate rested Its caae and tha defense did I " - ' th. .. ... of the testify. He waa on tho stand today for
not place any witnesses on the tandt Manila Water Works " which they propoae the third time and described hla saloon
Deputy County Attorney Magney aummod ,...,. .... t.-n .,- the even- near Jackaon; admitted killing a man hlm-
Inga of Auguat 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. Tho two self and serving three years In the penl
companlea have been drilling diligently for tentiary for it and said Jett and W hlte
the event, and the Indication are that the came to his place for whisky on the nlsht
presentation will be of thrilling and realis
The fact that th Thuraton Rifles, then
Company I., Firat Nebraska Volunteers,
participated In the real thing on that mo
mentous evening of February 6, 1899, adda
additional Interest to the affair. The Thur
aton Rlfiea will hold the fort aa they did In
Luton four and a half years ago. and tha
uo the evidence for the prosecution. B. F,
Thomaa for the defense pointed out dis
crepancies In the teatlmony against Wise
man. He said that Mlaa Osborne had tes
tified that when they were encountered
they were one-half block from Krug'a
park, that defendant was there and waa
one of three men to lead her north rnd
that the Oard girl was with her. Miss
Oard, on the other hand, said Mr. Thomaa,
said that the defendant waa with those
he crowd that assaulted them. The Oard
rtrl swore positively that both of these men
iad criminally assaulted her.
Girl' Stories Agree.
They both testified that they had gone to
Crug park alone last Sunday afternoon
bout o'clock and had met Guy Bucklea
nd O. V alien there after aupper time. Th
four then left the park late, but Juat whon
rhe girls did not know. They had walked
. block or two in the direction Of Benaon
nd were standing talking when five men
uddenly came upon them. Bucklea, the
Iris testified, asked the men for a match.
,t that on, of the men asked what they
rere doing out ao late. The men then held
consultation and proceeded to tell Buckles
nd Vallen to come with them. Three other
nen then Joined the crowd and the girla
vera told that they would be taken home
Three men' then took each of the glrla.
he Gard girl testified that the men who
ook her were Emll and Wesley Wiseman
nd Frank Mullck. They dragged and
ulled her, she said, fighting and acream-
lg. Into tha' grounda of tha Country club
nd there, aha aald, Mullck firat assaulted
it while the others stood apart, and then
no wt. turned over to Wesley Wiseman.
Ie, ujj said, told her he waa a detective
after Marcum was shot and talked freely
about "that dog that had been killed."
Freeman swore that Whll they were
drinking Jett aald:
"I had to get ahead of Mm some way
and I did it the best I could."
Freeman waa disconnected In Ms evl
dence, but the examination brought out
Edward Marcum, a brother of the
deceased, corroborated th statement
assailants six blocks north of the park rjinos In the attack thereon. The fact that of hla slater, Mra. Johnson, about armed
near the orphanage and not one-half block many 0f the membera of the Thurston Rl- I men being placed In a rock quarry near
from the park. The golf grounds was ntB were particlpanta In the defenae of tha Marcum's house and also concerning a re-
three-quarters of a mile from where the Dumt house at Manila has stimulated them tptlon of the threats by his brother, and
with a lively desire to show just how the
thing waa done and how the Filipinos were
afterward sent whirling acrosa the Marl
qulna valley after their unsuccessful assault.
The reglmenta participating In the defense and White said ha waa "looking for
of the water works were the First Ne-1 man to come out
braska, the First Colorado and the Firat
I- - - entniu aaio.ii tiio uiricuuaiiv tv rao nti.ii iiiicu
1 Both glrla testified in aubstance to what wno took her and th w'laeman atood by
If!.," - P"D !"1' wl rhl18 Mu,lck "ulted her- T" Omaha Guard, will undertake tha aaaault
"i.rr.r.H.: we.::: M: a. tna . ,ne.y tn.e th. PumP ho..., relenting the .
Wiseman and Fraak Mullck aa membera of
aid aha refused to do and ho then aa-
aulted her "by force.
girls met their assailants according to the
escorts and It seemed highly Improbable
that defendant could drag the girls all
thla distance and keep them from raising
County Attorney English closed the caae
for the atate, saying that the discrepancies
noted by Mr. Thomas only showed that
the testimony waa true. Justice King said Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, the Utah
that there seemed no doubt that a crime battery and a battalion of United States
had been committed and that he thought regulars. The events leading up to the de
the evidence sufficient to hold the prisoner fense of the water works began with the
to the district court. Bonds wer fixed at Filipino outbreak the night of February
' 4, when an attack was made on the First
Tha hearing on the aame chargea against Nebraska. This assault was heroically re-
Emil Wiseman and Frank Mullck waa set pulsed, but not until several of tho Ne-
ror Tuesday morning. I braska boys had been sorely wounded.
Work for the Nebraska. Boy..
Tha Importance of seizing and holding
the water worka, from which the entlr
water supply of Manila was obtained, waa
manifest at once, and Colonel Stotsenburg
and tha First Nebraska were entrusted
with that very Important duty. The reser
voir waa drat seized and protected after
a hot fight, and then the regiment was hur
ried on to the pumping station. It waa
between the reservoir and th pumping sta
tion that the tragla death of Surgeon
Toung of tha Utah battery occurred. Ha
was ambuacaded and shot to death by Fili
pinos and hla body mutilated. Ha had
that hla brother remained In his home for
at least a year before hla death on account
of these threats
Calloway Strong testified that he asked
Y. hlte to drink with him after the shooting
NEW TRADE JOURNAL APPEARS
The American Cartoonist, a Magaslne
by and for Artists and
The American Cartoonist, "the official
horn of newspaper artists newsnsner
writers," la on of th creations that has
Come With the ft-lnr-lAus mnnlh nt th
nd was going to take her home If she Caesars. Anno Domini lflns it i. . ,.
vould accede to his demands. This she tentioua nubllcatlnn vtfn n.t . r,....
ana thus It tells Its atory: "Now, to the
Both wltnesaes located both Jett and
White at the court house before the shoot
lng and In a crowd of people after th
Goodloe Combs, one of the witnesses for
the prosecution, died today of append!
He waa one of the most expert rifle and
pistol shots In the mountains of eastern
Kentucky. He waa aentenced for life for
killing Mr. Rose at Clay City, but was
pardoned after serving some years.
MILITIA FIGHTS CONVICTS
Three Persoers Shot by Fugitive
Felons Who Take Refuge
PLACERVILLE, Cal., Aug. l.-Reporta
of an encounter between the law ofilcera
and the thirteen convlcta who escaped from
Folsom prison are being received tonight.
The sheriff', posse, assisted by a force of
the Placervllle militia, came on some of
OTuiiu n mil U ! vim iwiMinnmrn n v in. i . . . - . .
mi ,a i. .k.t v,. 1 . . i Deen riaing aneaa or me mam command
evtuoiivs is nwv viva, " - w ww i American crartnnnlst Tt f a M,M.tn. I ... . I . - ... tui . .t.
irrnm tho tt- I , : , " B l revonnoiiering ana it was the Nebraska me iugiuvw nr viu
i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i v ii M7 run anra nnAniu aKamntAi.. i .... i . . . . . . . t. .
, . .muij, remmtni. aa usual in tha vsn. thst first I aDoui quik ana snots weio m. unn c
use of Emll Wiseman.
i .... . i
i Ue three men thaf took away Dora Oa- J' neJ"Pftper frtl8t' and "spaper discovered hla dead body, which waa still changed. Dallaa Bosqult, the son of Sheriff
- lorM MdTheV 7, I- 'VM ' PUcy' f consldera" warm when found. Arriving near the pump Bosqult. la said to be among the slain, and
i ) ' Z'M at P!nt:em. express- houae the Thuraton Rifle. (Company L) a mesaage by telephone .ays his body wa,
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MR. H. B. HAVENS, one of "our boys," recently returned from service In the Philippines,
formerly of Atkinson, Neb., but now living at 1127 Olive St.. St Loula, writes: "I have been a
sufferer from sick headache all my life until about two years ago. when I began using Dr.
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MRS. H. It NBUGH, Virginia City, Nevada.
t issarei vnvsu - ,ing themselves with utter freedom In the wa. .ent .heart to fu. ..t found alona the roadside. Militiaman Dill
5in m. ivoiit inf. Timo tnai uuv uuck ei ana i ..... i - . 1 - .
Uaiwf discovered Alice Gard hiding under "u TwL .V' f!. WM "0-'"'T.' "ht at the WM. - " "l "
th.. tha fnunirv rluh . "u " w "ol ' in me aiternoon pcciru iv .
lhe fence near tna country ciud. nort themaelvaa at wilt This la "h.i- w .. .. ..a..,. . i.... .n. w
in.. ta,.t(flH th.t thev rtlrt not haar biuw on in pump nOUS W8 wi..cijr ..c.o
?L Sfe?"' " U yUr t0 8"' UPn- made by the F11P,no"' Th comPy was eerning th. aafety of the aoldlers. It la
r sea eltner or tneir escorts maae a ngni t la theirs tn hv .ml h hnin .nn t .... I . . ... 1 1 . , .v.. ..... w
b get away from the men who took them ' ,1." " ,11 i,.. it . 1 T . " ,n 01 tn
I " a. . aw... and thev w, " t- Imnln command, the brleada eommnndel bv I after the convlcta and the only trace of
way irom tna gins, coin gins earn inny R,,,,., th. ntr.mm I o ' ..." V ".'. .-. ... .v.. tmii
v... v Tra.aaa . v in , n , l.uir, aiiu upun V. U III )U I y . lj II aiiciii T ca. n itJ nvunucu 1 1 . . .-' , nuu "
lie. between Its broad cadet-grey covers, the brunt of the attack The boys were unable to give any clue concerning his com-
tha vehicle for gamboling has the fresh- oqual to the emergency and gallantly re- panions.
nese of an enterprise not heretofore under- pulsed the Filipinos, who soon disappeared ""The convicts are believed to have taken
taken. Limited only by the boundaries of In the jungle across the Mariqulna valley, refuge In the Grand Victory mine and there
tna united states as a neid, the new mag
ad known- Bucklea and Vallen about
tree years. Dora Osborne aald ahe did
ot know that Bucklea had been rnarrled.
! Said He Waa a Detective.
Alice Gard graphically described the al-
ged assault on her by Wiseman and tes- azlne Is distinctively western and the wrlt-
l.fled that ho slapped her face and- beat era and artists that built No. I, Vol 1.
er. She aald that juat.beiore Mucaies ana are those of Omaha, Denver, St. Paul,
grabbed her by the t'ooi as she' ran under oils mtlea from either sea.
e fence ana tnat ne aaia - to ner: i ii
eat you over, tho head with your shoo
nless you come back."
In answer to a question aa to whether
e waa mad at Wlaeman for taking her
The rest of the command cam up shortly 'a talk of setting fire to It and driving
afterward and with , the aid of the Utah them out. Additional forces are being hur
battery the Filipino, were driven .till fur- rld to the mine tonight and If a second
ther away, and the Important water worka I battle la not fought tonight tha purauera
station was permanently secured t Manila. I will be in atrong position tomorrow to give
The assault and repulse ' will be repro- the convicts a fight.
brewing. Walter Juan Davla of the Den
ver Post la the editor, with a long Hat of
assoclat editors, among whom nre John
A. Ball, formerly of The Omaha Bee, and
om Buckles and Vallen, Alice Gard aald I O. R, Spencer of the Omaha World-Herald.
Other Featarea of the Aflalr.
e did not care anything about that, but
at ahe waa 'mad becauae the men tried
assault her.. Both girls denied drinking
ythlng In Krug park. Both' admitted
it at the time of the assault that It was
dark that It was Impossible for thom
distinguish people who passed thom
lie they waited for a. car.
.Vhen court convened in the afternoon
stlce King had the room cleared and
ly those directly Interested were per-
itted to remain. Guy Bucklea and O.
tllen, the -escorts of . the girls on the
.,'ht of the assault, corroborated the atory
d by the girls of their capture by tha
n. Bucklps could not Identify Wiseman
a member of the crowd that first ac
HeA them, but Vallen did.
f-$t? told of their' search for the girls
'the Country club grounds and of the
ding of Alice Gard. He aald Wesley
lseman was found by Guy Buckles and
Buckles brought before Alice Oard and
e Identined him.. When Wiseman was
ard in the golf grounda,. Vallen testified,
ickles asked Constable Gallagher to go
d see who it was; Gallagher refused,
' The American Cartoonist has long been I duced at Vinton Street Park with every I Another account of the battle reached
possiDie naenty to the famoua event that Bralnard F. Bmlth. chief clerk of the Fol
ia now a part of the history of American Bom prison. He waa notified that three of
warfare. I the attacking party were killed end that
It waa presumed two of the convicts were
kalu .annilail Tha th.. trill... ... I
In addition to thia particular spectacular imei t t,. viin nnm.it nni .n4 n. e
preaontatlon the week will be filled with the .heriff a posae. whose name has not
an Interesting series of programs. These x.. i. tv,. ... ....
fortv.fm.r res on hesvv nnner .nol..rf W,U '"elude Special drills by th tWO COm- ... 1 . . ,
--.- r-m ... Innnlo. ,t,ih .v. , . ... . .. I- - - umc.
by a cover of striking design by W. Clyde r ' "" "r ' oeen careruuy outside of Placervllle.
Spencer of Denver. Typographically It Is T . ' 10 lna Bnam ,)attle- An"
conservative to aay that th Cartoonist 0 r nterta,n,n Mature will be regular
comparea well with any similar periodical
Tha magazine In size la more that of a
weekly than . a monthly, or quarterly,
which It is, and the Initial number has
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Backache, La Grippe, Pain in Stomach,
Ague Pains, Indigestion, Dizziness, Nervousness and Sleeplessness.
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The Genuine Dr. Miles Remedies are Never Sold at Cut Prices,'
concerta by the Twenty-second United PAYNE PUSHES POSTAL PROBE
oiaies inrantry band from Fort Crook. Th
concerta will be given from 7: to about
1 8:15 each evening, and tha sh.m k.i.
will begin about 8:30.
The two companiea have been at a rrtt
expense In preparing for this entertainment
of a week and that thev win k. .
Declares Developments May Occur at
Any Time, as Inspectors
WASHINGTON. Aug. l.-Postmaater
in the country. Fine color work and art
Of particular interest to Omahana are
two' pages given up to Count John A.
Creighton. Mr. Spencer, of whom on an
other page a "biography" and portrait are
published, haa drawn a full-pago cartoon
of the count, showing him in a familiar
pose, engaged In contemplating a acales,
In which the' cross has outweighed the dol
lar. The context, by Mr. Ball, is quite
out of the ordinary, being suppositious ex
tracts irom in aiaries or AiarK Hannt, nil 1 Din nnin nmre.... I - --
Brlftham Young. Samuel Morse. Grover lALL nAILHUAD CHIEF CROOKED tlm- Mr. Payne declared that every-
Cleveland and other famous personagea. one "-,nt whom any evidence haa been
but withal, giving an exceedingly vivid olwp"ne ask Receiver, Declaring found will be treated according to the evl-
outllne of the noted Omahan'a career. I President Holds 9400XHX) Be. I anc-
The alleged excerpt from "Omaha Haw'. I lonartnar to Compear A "n of John T- Cupper the mVor ot
diary, 1903," la perhaps the most succinct: 1 Lock Haven. Pa., telephoned today that
"John A. Creighton haa been living with mvTf.n a. - .'. Cupper would come to thla city and sur-
me. off and on. ever since he came from I ..,a ... . .. " torn- 1 render in court on Monaay. counsel ror
substantial encouragement by . th Omaha I "eneral Payne resumed hla official dutica at
11 iriius is assurea. line oepartmeni toaay. i-ie saya tne post-
The proceeds of the entertainment win I office Investigation Is by no means ended.
to replenish the exchequers of the two com- He Pointed out that lnspectora are work-
tmuirs. 1 tnc on the caae In various carta of the
country, and developments may occur at
ying that he waa afraid he would get . v... .,.... .... . . P'amt was filed in th Oakland countv clr- ,.-,..t utr M.ot,. t. tiiw .
I t,a. D. .,., . I" 1,1 I milt rnnet tH. ..l.l ' .. " . 1 -
""W.V .1,;..; v.,. - advance and haa done a lot of fixing up ,h. Vw, T . t, "cever ror to the former Indictments against his client
ha the little hill and pulled Wiseman ttround my place for noth!nK. Every nl(fnt ne Pntl. Oxford 4 Northern railroad. U alleged that every count In the Indict
u single-handed. . Th. story told by T lhe UxA t0 .end mor, ,llte but wlch la 100 m lea in length, running from ments Is fatally defective In that It falls tc
SCHOOL of OPERA U J
Chicago Llusical College
EiUbUihed 1S67. DK. F. ZIBOFELD, President.
College BulldiDg, 203 Michigan Bool., Chicago, III.
Th largest and most complete College of Mnalo
and Dramatic Art In America.
Ha th strongest faculty ever assembled in
School ot Musical Learning.
The New College Building facing the Lake Front
Park I. the finest structure in existence devoted
acluslvaly to a musical institution. .
All Branches of
icklos In substance was the same,
:aul Baumcr testified that when they
r searching for the offenders, Wesley
lseman came running from the direction
the screams and would not stop until
I e third challenge. Witness aald that
1 Diabetes; News
ao far the Lord hasn't" taken any notice
and I am growing discouraged."
A 'notable featuro Is yi heretofore unpub
lished lullaby, by Eugene Field. There
are cartoons and more serious drawings
galore and tha context throw many Inter
esting sidelights on the waya of the Indi
viduals who make the dally press of the
middle west. The spirit la that of lightness
and gaiety, but not lacking In strength..
Pontlac north to Saginaw. Bay. The court
Is also aaked to make an order that the
road be sold and th proceeds divided
among tne stockholders.
The bill declares that President U.h
Porter of New York has manipulated th
finances of the road until he holds $400,000
I mat ougnt to do turned Into the treasury.
show that Machen was an officer of the
government at the time the offenses al
leged were committed. Machen withdrew
a plea of not gutlty.
The demurrer to th Indictment for bri
bery against DUIer B. and Samuel A. Groff,
In connection with Machen waa also filed.
Like Machen the Groff brothers withdrew
their plea of not guilty and say every count
Dr. F. Ztscfelfl
BOARD OF MUSICAL DIRECTORS!
Dr. Louis Valk Ban. Tea ScblOer Wltluun CwQ.
Bodolpk Gan. Herman Devrie. BeTBkara MsUm.ia
Toaoaot. Dpisnag reus iwrawsH
Bart Conway. Director, Scsool sf Acting
ESULB BAURBT The world renowned violinist, will become a regular tnstnbsr ol
tbe College Faculty September 1. 1903. Lesson, now being arranged.
38th SEASON BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14.
New Illustrated Catalogue Mailed Free.
VOTK.-AptUcBtlon. for tha tt (re and IS partial Sebolanlkl IU b rsosltsd ouui As. I.
MEAT CERTIFICATES NEEDED thrictm.Vt defective
NEW ORLEANS GETS MARKET
Cottea Qaotnttoa from New York kre
Poated In (pit of
German Inspection Does Not Free
Shippers From Americas
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL ESCAPE THE HEAT
San Francisco, July V, 1908.
BERLIN. Aug. 1. Count Von Buelow
has decided that the American certlficatea
NEW ORLEANS. La., Aug. l.-Contrary ahowing that imported pork haa been
to expectations, th New Orleana Cotton microscopically examined are still neces-
exchange received quotations aa uaual from aary.
the New York exchange. Some German Inspection officer. Inter
There was an unusually large attendance Preted the new law as abolishing these cer-
on the floor at the opening of buslneaa and I tlfiratea becauae In any case the meat must
be inspected In Germany.
',- Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
ar Sirs: ...
'here are dailv nceurrencM In thi. u v
tat ought to be known sJl over th. wnriit I fr'at Interest In the fight which wa. ex
guileless old gentleman, an octogenarian.' peciea to d on toaay aa a result of th ao-
dlstant riilatlv ot Robert Fulton of tlrsc tlon of the local. exchange absolutely re-
Vamshtp fame, haa saved th lives of fusing to accede to the anti-bucket ahop
,indreds (probably thousands) after they agreement of the New York body.
re Denevea to be beyond human aid. I Simerlntendent Hester .h.nini.K- .ti
ta discovery la undoubtedly the lonit- I ..ni.in th. tr..nn.. in ,ki.,k ...i-
ught cure for Drlght's Disease and DU-
"This is not easy of belief and it Is the
BRONCHO BUSTER KEEPS BELT
Bonder. Defeat McXeerlen at DeSiver,
Thns Retaining Caam-ploashlp.
DENVER, Aug. 1. Martin Thad Sowdera.
were aecurcd, contenting himself with the
atatement that they were being obtained
legitimately. Tha officers and directors
'.rpose of a number of business and tro- I worked nearly tr.e whole night on some I champion broncho buster of th world.
..sslonal men ot this city (of whom I am I form of agreement either submitted to or by I today successfully defended hi. title by
.e 10 ten in peopi. xou are hereby I me new xorx exenange. I defeating f rank JdcNeerlen. The conteat
Alhliril-d tA t.ll .11 t hnaa I aAal. .1 I 1, .. . I n I ...,.. ....a I . . . . I ... l - .U. J . V. . . .. ..u..aa
, hVv. . h; R7;h,". "mi:: : "".,n"r ,M nu inu "n'p unda until AUgU.t 1. 1921
' w wa wiaw - AU111.I(BT7B WUUIU UlUlf 1 ( UIQ ILaf Orlfflnial I -liU
ten that nearly nine-tenth of thenj can DtwiUon. - I
-..-..IV r Amnnff tViaa Kit.l,,... h.. a. I f
. . . , - . a.w aa..a..a7a. llirit . II 11
Offlelal -Annonncements From Army
and Postofflce Departments
(From a Staff Correapondent.)
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1. (Special Tele
gram. First Lieutenant John B. Bherman,
Tenth Infantry, la relieved from further
treatment at the Army and Navy hoapital.
Hot Bprtngs, Ark., and ordered to pro
ceed to Fort D. A. Roblnaon. Wyo.
Poatmastera appointed: W. T. Wlllautt,
vice O. J. Turner, resigned. Turner, Jasper
county, la.; William J. Robinson, vice R.
II. Fulton, deceased, Avon, Bon Homme
coupty, S. D.
Rural letter carrlera appointed: Iowa
Albucfiett. regular, Jesse G. Lyon; substi
tute, Arthur H. Klrkwood. George, regu
lar, Adolph Cassens; , substitute, R, Cas-
The corporate exlatence of the Firat Na
tional bank of Perry, la., haa been ex-
) giving moral and financial support, and
no wouia give neither If the above waa
trlotly true, ar Hon. D. M. Burns.
tVent Candelaria Mining Company:)
dwara aiiue. rTesiaent Bullock ft Jones
impany; Captain Roberts, President
ca and Loyalton R. R. Co.; Thoa Klrk
ttrlck. Capitalist; D. K. Bender. Capital
i; W. C. Price, Capitalist; Wm. Sharp.
ipltallst; C. W. Clark, Capitalist, and
DEAD BODY FOUND ON TRACK
Maasaeknaette Man Killed by Kansas
Trala Vader Mysterious
EMPORIA. Kan., Aug. 1. Th. dead body
ot a man found on th Santa F track,
ea.t of Neo.ha Rapid waa Identified today
Mor Money for the Fair.
LONDON. Aug. I. A supplementary e.tl-
mat l.sued tbl morning grants an ad
ditional 250,000 tor the aid of the royal
commission to th St. Louis exposition for
the period ending March 11, 1904. An ex
planation not saya all further contribu
tions will be provided in the budgets ot
ENDOWS WARD IN
Mrs. Vaaderbllt Erects Balldlng
Newport la Honor of Her
iany others. The pamphlets herewith ( that ot Philip Magulre, fCa Parker atreet
;, to oe given o an inquirera without Boxbury. Maa
rs i- me vUulfri,aiaai uisiory
our long and exhaustive Investigation.
", Youra truly,
l A. EX SHATTtTCK,
leXdwat FacifVo SUtea Tp Foundry.
NEWPORT, R. I.. Aug. 1. The trustee
of the Newport hospital received from Mra.
Vanderbtlt today a forraal transfer of the
130,000 ward for the poor, which sh has
erected aa a memorial to her husband, th
by a trip through tha
Switzerland or amerioa
on th lln of th
Canadian Pacific Ry.
A Rout of
unequalled In any country In the world.
Tha only DUSTLE6S ROUTB and coolest
trip on the continent. Kouna trip ucksui
will b sold to
Vancouver. B. C,
Victoria. B. O.,
$45.00 - OMAHA
(Cr-Mdls( (sis rraa Otsw Feisti)
from August 1st to 14th. good to return until
a-a.t.K.. IRtK 11aCt RtnTanVATS Will h aaTSJlt.
HOSPITAL 4 at aU points.
The Great Glacier of tha Selkirk
Lakes In tha Cloud
ana many other places of Interest are alt
ated oa this lln.
For OeacrtpUv illustrated Utaraturs aas
As C. SHAW,
Ota. Ageat Paseeager Dsgfc
"THE SCHOOL THAT
MAKES UAKLY BOYS"
pupil. Study Under an Instructor.
Its UraduaUa enter any CoUeg
or University. Social and Ath
ltl A.dvantag, Military Drill.
For Beys et a to IV Years Old.
Xllsatntsa OsUlsav seat m saUsstla t .
Henry Seaglas Roblasoa Waaraaa.
BEST REACHED BY
CENTRAL R. R.
Dally during July,
August and September.
Talk with us at
1402 Farnarn Strowt.
W. H. DRILL
Dlst. Pas. Afmt.
Heavy Kala at Aberdeea,
ABERDEEN. 8. D.. Aug . 1. (Special
Ha had transportation from Chicago to I Telegram.) Heavy rains visited this aeo- I lat Cornellu Vanderbtlt
........I. I.. 1,1. ivna.v.'. TVa Him .1 th. .t.t. last nlirht .ml tiwt.v I imimDinrliK the transfer waa notice of
ctrcumstancea of his death sr a mystery Nearly two Inche of water fell her. Early I a generoua endowment of th building, th I TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
and it la not known what train slued him. I harvest juai Begun wm p aeiaysa. 1 amount ot wnico is not to d man puouc. i umy un ususi a
A vs., Cklrsr.
snni Ks.ll Urm bHlMMntmiiw lu. ins. LXM.ir.s
BUiisal ti-M. jearfj.lli'rTsTAKo r.rrssMsst.
Kimball Hall, 4 Wabaan Ave., Ohlcsgo, III.
KDWARD DVOMAK, DiaaCTOs.
ACTING - ELOCUTIOK
Fall Term Befftns hcitsanbr lta.
Writs for New Illustrated Catalog!'
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Address- Osaaba. Neb.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Make. Moat V.efal rreseaf. Fepelar aa Tinsel y Artlelee.
Twll saak a ssaa
forget his wo:
Twil big h ten all hla
Am. MarUf Cr.
AT I.IAO1M0 SAKS, OAPtS ANO OWJO (TOdla.
a. hirsoh oompany,
Kmsm. City- a. JJ
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