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TITE OMAHA DAILY DEE: T1IUKSDAY. JULY 6, IMS.
HCNI REVEALS THE SKELETON
Wtr Worki Superintendent Declares Com
pany Did lot Oppor 9 Hwell Bill
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A. B. Hunt, superintendent of the Omaha
Watef company, yesterday afternoon tes
tifying In tho Howell-Hostwater case in
Judge Days district court Jut before Air.
Conie.ll began his argument for the de
fense, confirming Mr. Roaewater's testl
mony, told the. court and jury his com
pany was not opposed to the Howell water
bill, that ho had been advised to go to
California when the bill was on Us pas
sage In the legislature Instead of pursuing
his regular work for the company In the
legislature end that when he came back
from California he had bceu Instructed
to get through the ctly council ordinances
to carry Into effect the provision of the
Howell bill which had passed the legis
lature, thus corroborating Mr. Kose water's
oft-repeated declaration that Howell, In
stead 6f being opposed In this Compulsory
purchase measure by the water company,
bad Its approval and silent support.
Bom ( Connrll's Turtnrs.
"He says lie la a bachelor and has no
family and no debts, no responsibilities
and pays no taxes. He ought to have a
family and he ought to havo debts. If they
are legitimately handled, be ought to have
all those things."
"He Is the most revengeful, most avari
cious end violent witness that was ever
on the stand here."
"If he has a good case why did he not
bring a civil suit for damages against Mr.
Hosewater? I'll tell you why! Ho might
get stuck for the costs. The government
educated him at Its own expense and ho
lk wise enough to know that In this kind
of a suit the county shoulders the costs."
"Educated at Annapolis at the expense
of the government he did not serve In the
navy as he should, he was not a success
aa a civil engineer, he could not succeed
as a lawyer and like many other men who
' are failures at other things he turned his
attention to Insurance."
"Howell exhibition on the witness stand
here was the worst I ever saw. Bhereliffc,
that discredited counterfeit, was far and
away ahead of him for fairness. He evaded
questions and put the poison In his answers
at Red Oak, but he wasn't In it with
Howell. This man would not tell tho truth
on the stand If he could, and could not
If he, would."
"He must be lacking In that high sense
of honor Inculcated at the Annapolis
academy or he would have at once resigned
when that report of the council Investigat
ing committee was made."
"Ha never smelt powder, never saw a
battle, according to hia testimony on the
stand, and during that war In which he
says he served as a naval lieutenant ho
never got within hailing distance of Samp
son or Schley or Hohson. Ho said he didn't
even see a Spanish gun, unless It was, per
haps, at the exposition here, the one we
"After being educated for a naval officer
he resigned on the plea that he was trou
bled by a pulmonary complaint. Think of
It I Why, If the statue of the Apollo Belvl
dere had only been discovered several
hundred years later, than It was he would
hare appropriated It for himself."
Himrll Smart isdif J.mb.
These were In substance some of the.
crisp comments passed on the prosecuting
witness. It. B. Howell, by Attorney W. J.
Connell in his talk of an hour at the con
clusion of the evidence In the case for
alleged libel against Edward Rosewater,
editor of The Boe, Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Howell plainly did not relish the
sharp references to himself while tha at
torney waa criticising his evidence, or fail
ure, to give evidence, when he was on the
stand. He was docldodly uneasy and was
continually presenting to the county at
torney his resentment against the oratori
cal flaying. Ho even put on paper the
things ha thought Judge Slabaugh ought to
say In reply. The latter finally tired of the
nagging of the elephant he had on his hands
and arose to pace the floor in peace.
Before the arguments to the Jury begaji
Mr. Connell read at length and with nlca
Intonation and emphasis the minority and
majority reports presented to the council
after the Investigation of City Engineer
Howard in December, 18W. Three members
of the committee had paasod severe censure
on Howell for what they called an Indiscre
tion, while two members had presented a
strong analysts of the circumstances and
the evidence and recommended his Iminedl'
ate removal Trom Office. At that time
Howell had the council on his side and
the majority report waa adopted.
Howell left tho court room when Connoll
arose to read the reports and did not return
until he had finished. They hud grown
Uraaowe to him.
Testimony of K. Iloiewstcr.
When the case of State against Edward
Rosewater, on complaint of K. B, Howell,
for alleged criminal libel, was resumed be
fore Judge Day Wednesday morning Mr
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Rosewater again took the stand to finish
his direct examination.
Mr. Connell had admitted In evidence a
certain publication In The Bee in which
the editor had said he regretted exceed
ingly that a reference to Mr. Howell's
father having been connected In the law
business with Fresldent I'nderwood of the
Omaha Water company was based on mis
information. The attorney brought this forward for the
purpose of showing good faith on Mr.
Rosewater's part and a desire to treat
Howell with all possible fairness. He then
proceeded to show that the apology was
ntlrely unnecessary, for the reason that
In the Investigation before the city council
and In his testimony on this trial Howell
testified that his father had been connected
with Mr. Underwood In certain lawsuits
nd that therefore the editor's first sPate-
ment was correct.
Mr. Connell also produced and offered In
evidence a pamphlet put out by Mr.
Howell over his own signature, purport
ing to give the facts connected, with the
history of the Omaha Water company.
This he issued subsequent to the hearing
relative to his conduct while city en
gineer by the committee of the city coun
cil. With this pamphlet In, Mr. Connell had
the witness go over tho story of the water
works company, through a receivership,
with Mr. Blerbower aa receiver, and
through the reorganisation, with Mr. Bler
bower as manager 'and A. B. Hunt as
superintendent. This for the purpose of
showing that while the company has
changed Its name. Its owners and stock
holders always have been the same.
Merely hansje of Jackets.
It was a change of Jacket," said Mr.
Rose'water, "with the same man In the
This led to an explanation of how he
had received Information ot Howell's rela
tions with President Woodbury and others,
and how Woodbury had wadi the request
that The Bee let up on Howell; that It
was too severe on him. It also led to the
Introduction In evidence of a copy of The
Bee containing a fac simile of a receipt,
ona of many given by Howell to a prede
cessor of the present water company, for
his salary and expenses aa an employe.
He had denied specifically In print that he
was ever directly or Indirectly connected
with or In the employ of the Omaha
Objecting, and also during his cross-examination.
County Attorney Slabaugh
dwelt on the technicality that there were
several distinct corporations,
"Technically, yea," said Mr. Rosewater;
"practically they have all been composed
of the same men."
Attorney Connell then asked Mr. Rose
water some questions with reference to
Howell's Injected dramatic statement on
the stand that the editor had "hounded,
abused and vlllltled me ever since I suc
ceeded Andrew Rosewater as city engineer
under Mayor Broatch."
The witness said that to refresh his mem
ory he had gone over the files of The Bee
of that time and had been able to find only
two Impersonal references to the city
Tatspaw of the Water Works.
There was objection to these going In
and also to some other facts bearing on
the matter of good faith, which led Mr.
Connell to say:
"All of these things should go In for con
sideration, and I believe If they do they will
convince the Jury or any other falr-mlndod
man that Howell was simply the catspaw
of the water works company to pull its
chestnuts out of the fire. Mr. Howell has
said with tragic emphasis In a stump
speech to the Jury that Mr. Rosewater has
hounded, abused and vlllmed him ever
since a certain time. He has injected his
poison. Now, we ought to be allowed to
administer the antidote."
Judge Day ruled out the extracts, how
ever. There was no bint In them of malice
or personal feeling.
Recurring to the publication of the article
alleged to be libelous, Mr. Connell brought
out that It was bused in part on the re
ports of the committee which Investigated
and censured City Engineer Howell for his
dealings with the water company. Tho
minority report, signed by two members,
recommended his removal from office. Tha
witness asserted that the article was pub
lished with a good .motive and tor what he
considered a Justifiable end.
The record of the Investigation before the
council committee, and containing the ma
jority anrt minority reports, then was of
frred by Mr. Connell and waa received In
While on the stand as a witness Howell
had held himself up aa the champion of
municipal ownership. To refute this Mr
Connell tried to put In evidence the fact
that In tha same Issue of The Bee in
which the alleged libel was published there
waa a largely signed petition for the vot
lug stt aa appropriation Ut acquire - the
Holding Down the Mails.
electric light plant for the city, and that
Mr. Howell was a vigorous opponent .of
this attempt at municipal ownership. He
was prevented by a ruling of the court.
Merely a Better Term.
On cross-examination the county attorney
inquired why The Bee had substituted the
word "retained" for the word "hired" In
Its Issue of the morning following the pub'
llcatlon of the alleged libel.
"That change waa made after I had been
arrested on this complaint." said Mr. Rose-
water. "It was to my mind a better word
perhaps, to convey Just the meaning I had
Intended; more In conformity with the
Idea I had In mind when I wrote the
Asked ns to his object In publishing the
alleged libelous article, witness said:
"My Intention was to apprise the people
that It was net a strictly disinterested party
who was seeking to be chosen to represent
them In such an importunt position."
Answering further exploring questions of
the county attorney Mr. Rosewater gave
what he said might be considered the broad
Interpretation of the term bribery, used
by Judge Slabaugh,
Probably two-thirds of the lawyers who
serve In the legislature," said the witness
would be in for bribery under the meaning
you give the word. They agree, for instance
to Introduce certain bills and to look after
them. Their campaign expenses are paid
In money or other valuable consideration
given In advance of their election. Sen
ators and members of congress sometimes
do the same thing. But this Is before they
become members and hence they are not
The county attorney moved to strike out
the answer, but Judge Day let It stand.
That Word, Hired.
The county attorney then devoted con
siderable time In trying to fix In the record
a definition of the word "hired", used In
the article, and "bribery", not used at all
In the article. He asked the witness If he
did not consider such hiring was always
for a bad purpose.
Witness As to bribery? Tes.
Asked If he believed when he wrote the
article complained of that Howell was an
unfit man for public office, the witness re
plied: I believed then he was an unfit man
for public office, and I believe it now.''-
Asked how long he held this belief, the
Ever since I heard him make an ab
solutely false stutement at the city council
hearing, In the presence of other wltnegseg.'
The county attorney then attempted to
show, by brief extracts from The Bee of
different dates, that Mr. Howell had been
Indorsed by the paper. When read In con
nection with the entire articles from which
they were to be taken, the extracts would
not bear this construction.
Mr. Connell Insisted on all of the articles
going In evidence, If politics was to be In
jected Into the trial. County attorney ob
jected that he did not want any politics to
get In. But Connell had his way In sev
eral Instances of this kind that arose Just
preceding the noon adjournment, and sev
eral of the public library files were so In
troduced. In most of these the editor waa
contending for the city's right to buy the
water works under the charter at more
advantageous terms than could be had un
der Howell's bill.
On the subject of the copy of the voucher
signed by Howell which The Bee published.
Mr. Rosewater said he had got the original
from Superintendent Hunt.
Shortly after the convening of court for
the afternoon session the cross-examination
of Mr. Rosewater was finished, with
out any of his direct testimony having
been Impugned In any vital respect.
Hunt Corroborates Rosewater.
Following Mr. Rosewater on the stand
came A. u. Hunt, superintendent of the
Omaha Water company since lssi. He
suld the same people have always con
trolled the company through all Its changes
of name. He has had general charge of the
Interests of the company as to legislation,
both locally and at lincoln. When the
Howell bill came up at Uncnln Mr. Hunt
said he wai ordered to California and after
its passage he at once came home again.
Mr. Connell You didn't have much to do
with the passage of this bill, did you?
Mr. Hunt No. sir. If I had been here I
would have fought It,
He had received a strong Intimation from
his superior officers that he hud better take
a trip to California' for his health while
the Howell bill waa under consideration.
Mr. Hunt remembered an interview be
tween himself, Mr. BIrbower, the receiver,
and Mr. Howell. He confirmed the testi
mony of Mr. Rosewater that the latter
had learned from him (Hunt) that Mr.
Howell had made a proposition to have a
certain friend placed on the directorate "at
a salary of not less than $100 a month," In
order to "smooth over any differences that
might arise between the city and tha com
Mr. Hunt said b and Jar. Bierbower bad
taken the suggestion under advisement and
had afterward consulted with Judge Dundy.
who appointed the receiver. The proposi
tion hsd been turned down anl he had
advised Mr. Howell that he had better not
Insist on the appointment being made.
Ordered to Help Howell's mil.
Mr. Hunt testified that he hsd told Mr.
Rosewater "the whole business," as he
put It. from beginning to end; also that
after returning from California he had
tnld Mr. Rosewster that he had been
ordered to get through the council ns soon
as possible tho necessary ordinances to
carry the provisions of the Howell bill Into
On cross-examination the county attorney
tried to nail Mr. Hunt down to specific
dates, which he said he could not re
How la It, then," asked Slabaugh, "that
you can remember so distinctly the con
versation with Howell?"
Because be had made such an outrage
ous proposition, replied the witness
The prosecuting witness then went on
the stand again. He was allowed to go
over the history of the various companies
which have controlled the water works
here. His comment on his own testimony
In this regard was: ,
They were entirely separate and distinct
At the conclusion of Mr. Howell's fare
well to the Jury Assistant County Attorney
Shotwell opened for the state. He began
with the statement that the Jury had only
three propositions to consider, namely:
Was the article libelous, and If so, was It
false, and was It malicious?
Mr. Shotwell stuck to the argument of
tha Innuendoes In the complaint that
'hired" meant "bribed." He urged the
Jury to live up to Its oath and to punish
the defendant if it concluded he was guilty,
Mr. Connell's speech was discounted by the
young attorney, who warned the Jurors
against the veteran. And In his warm
wlndup of a fifteen-minute talk Mr. Shot-
well waved the Chnntaun.ua salute to the
Jury with his handkerchief.
Connell Opens for Defense,
W hen he opened up for tho defendant
Mr. Connell agreed with Shotwell that the
three propositions he had mentioned would
govern the settlement of the case. He sug
gested. however, that the assistant county
attorney should have given his reasons for
saying the article was libelous and should
have dwelt on the malice the state claimed
there was In the three lines which are
made the basis of the complaint. Then,
giving his attention to the Jury, Mr. Con
"w hat have you spent threo days In
trying? A scrap between this big civil en
gineer and this little editor. That's Just
what It amounts to. This suit doesn't come
up to the proportions of a state case.
don t know how It got In here at all. It
doesn't Involve a contention worthy of be
ing made the basis of a libel suit. It is
simply the culmination of a rather vin
dictive correspondence, a piece of political
buncombe, a grandstand play. Why, the
type waa hardly cold at The Bee office be
fore Howell was rushing over to the of
fice of the county Judge with his complaint.
You cannot cut him loose from office or
from connection with the water works
plant In some rnpneity any more than you
can cut a barnacle loose from the bottom
of a warship by a wave of a fan.
"What Is this bill we have been talking
about? The word compulsory explntns It.
It means the Ignoring of the great princi
ple of local self-government, of home rule,
that every man who Is a man Is pledged
to. It was passed by the votes of memhera
from outlying counties who could not pos
sibly know anything about local conditions
In Omaha or what the people here wanted.
Why Compel the I'eople.
"Why compel the poople. to do things
they do not want to do This city already
had the right of emlnont domain. The city
charter provided for the appointment of
seven appraisers of the water works from
the citizens of Omaha and after thut a
trial In this court If their award was not
satisfactory. What does the Howell bill
do? It makes It Incumbent on the city to
take the conclusions of three nonresident
engineers, whose award Is final. If this
bill had not been passed the city would
not now be In a position to be swindled
and be made to pay $5,000,ono or 13,000,000
In excess of a fair valuation. It is villain
ous, Iniquitous, outrageous, unjust. We
ought to get a statue of Howell and set
It up somewhere and label It, 'The most ex
pensive piece of bric-a-brac Omaha ever
had.' This may bo done some day in the
future. Falling to get the position of gen
eral manager of the water works he wanted
to get Indirectly what he could not get di
rectly, and here we are with handcuffs
on, as Mr. Rosewater said, and ' Howell
put them on."
Mr. Connell forcefully contrasted the
work for the city of the two men, Rose
water and Howell.
'The one." he said, "always foremost In
every movement for tho Greater Omaha,
always contributing personally and
through his paper to the general welfare
and progress. The other always chasing
office and doing nothing except for him
self. Why raid Edward Rosewater now
and try to tear him down?"
Violence lone Too Bad.
Reviewing the provocation Howell had
given the editor and reading his language,
Mr. Connell said Rosewater would have
been Justified In resorting to violence to
resent the unspeakable slurs cast upon
him by Howell. Instead he apologized
when he need not have done so, and gave
space In his paper to Howell's letters abus
ing him, which contained the vilest word
within the covers of the dictionary. Where
was the malice In ths? Where was the
hounding he complaniB of?"
Before closing Mr. Connell analyzed How
ell's claims to greatness as partially set
forth at the opening of this report, but
much more at length. He then thunked
the Jury for the close attention given
the case all through, and cautioned It to
bear In mind when It retired the demeanor
of the complaining witness on the stand,
his dodging of simple questions and his
utter refusal to answer many others.
County Attorney Slabaugh wllj make his
closing address to the Jury this morning,
after which Judge Day will deliver his
charge. The Jury very likely will get the
case some time before noon.
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BEM1S PARK PLAN IS LOST
Scheme, for Asiessment to Oover Gondema
ing of Lots Eejeoted by City Soard,
EQUALIZERS COMPLETE THEIR WORK
No Further Business Cornea Before
City Connoll Sitting; aa a
Special Board of
The city council, sitting as a special
Board of Equalization Wednesday morning,
rejected the plan of assessment to cover
$13,522 damages Incurred by the condemna
tion of several lots on the extreme south
east corner of Bemls park, so as ti re
move the buildings and make them part
of the jiark.
About twenty-five protestants appeared In
the council chamber, among them being
several of tho men who went before the
Park board and city council and asked for
the condemnation, saying the people In
Bemls park were almost willing to go down
In their pockets and stand the entire ex
pense. Vpon their urging the property was
condemned, tenders made and tho deeds
signed up, so the city has actually
CI. 8. Renews, and others wanted the as
sessment made part of a boulevard tax
and distributed fur and wide. The ma
jority of the others, however, nsked that
the district be enlarged to Parker street
on the north, Lowe avenue on the west,
Chicago street on the south and Twenty
eighth street on the east, thus distributing
the tax among a larger, number of property
Zlmman Attalnst l'lan.
"This plan ought to be rejected," said
President Zlmman, "In fact the property
never should have beon bought, as only a
few property owners are really benefited.
I cannot see why we should attempt to
assess property ten or fifteen blocks away
from this piece of ground. It should be
paid for either from a general fund or by
the property owners directly benefited.
There Is many a small home owner In tho
district, struggling to pay for his place,
who can't afford a new coat of paint, let
alone the enlargement of a park or for
part of a new boulevard."
J. M. Counsman objected to the assess
ment plan for the North Sixteenth street
paving on the ground that his lot was
sixty-six feet back from the street and
was not benefited to the amount assessed.
His protest was overruled and this assess
ment plan approved. ,
On tho Bemls park matter it Is understood
the property owners will try to get to
gether and direct a new plan to be made
by the city engineer. Tift board adjourned,
having no further business before it.
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lf, Lexington, Mo. (Near Kansas City). Founded 1830
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healthful for the skin
soft and healthful skin.
Its odor is that of
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