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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1005.
PAYING FOR SCHOOL LANDS
ITei Who Hare Purchased on Time Are
Liaing tbs Mortgages.
6CH00L FUND IN THE MARKET FOR BONDS
Indications There Will tte a I.arae
Attendance at the Cora Contest
Participated In by School
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 30.-(Speclal.) State
Treasurer Mortnsen said today that dur
ing the past year holders of school land
contracts have been paying the principal
at the rate of $l,SnO a day,'' on the average.
He regards this fact as an Indication that
tho people living on such lands are anxious
to own their own homo, although the low
late of Interest prevailing and the ease
with which money Is secured plays a part.
The Interest on the contracts Is 6 per
cent under the Urms of the statutes. The
payment of this principal necessitates the
purchase of additional Investments and It
tneans a much lower Interest return also.
The average Interest received will not much
exceed 3" per cent.
Originally the state had two sections In
each township, which would now have an
aggregate value or many 'millions. Most
cf the land still held by the state In fee
simple Is In the west and has, Mr. Morten-
sen estimated, a value not much In excess
of 15,000,000 at the present market figures.
The plethoric condition of the county
treasuries received additional confirmation
In the payment of Ho.000 by Otoe county
and SlO.niQ by Howard county this morning
for the redemption of bonds to the amount
of J50.000 held In the permanent school
Tomoirow morning there will be about
$'.,000 In the permanent fund. Treasurer
Mortensnn, In anticipation of this condi
tion, sent out noties to bond sellers sev
eral days ago Informing them that the
State board will consider, propositions for
the sale of Investment to the fund on De
cember 14. No county bonds are available,
ao that the securities .of Massachusetts or
some other -state will be lfi. cn. Mr. Mor-tt-iigcn
said today that ho gave general
notice so as to insure the greatest possible
competition among the brokers.
At the treasurer s office the Intimation
was given out today that the total out
standing state general fund warrants will
be shown by the report for the fiscal year
ending today to have reached 12.500,000.
although the exact figures are not yet
available.' Of this amount over $2,000,000
Is held as Investment In the permanent
fund. ' .
Corn Contest Outlook.
Deputy Btate Superintendent E. C.
Ulshop has completed the premium list for
the corn contest to be held December 14
nd 16. A large number of prizes are
offered. Applications are being made for
reservations of hotel room, and the state
official believes that thero will be a large
attendance. Several of the leading special
ists of the state are on tho program. In
cluding Chancellor Andrews of the state
university, who will talk on "The Re
formed Public School." Many special
features have been arranged for the en
tertainment of visitors. Miss Rosa Bouton,
director Of domestic science at the uni
versity, will lecture. She Is assisting the
girls who will compete In the corn cooking
contest with needed Information, at the
suggestion of Mr. Bishop:
An official list of the boys In the corn
'growing contest was Issued today by Mr.
IllHhop. Lancaster leads with sixty-four
contestants, while .York eounty Is second
with' forty-One.' .Douglas county is repre
sented by only seven, the names and ad
dresses of whom follow: Nelly A. Ryan,
4? Martha street, "Omaha; George Caugh
lin, 5141 West Sixteenth street, Omaha;
Clair Kporgus. Sooj Vinton street, Omaha;
J. C. Root. Omaha: Charlie Root. Omaha;
John A. Wellman.' Station B. R. F. D.
Cremona farm, Omaha; Ilem-y Jensen,
Station It, Omaha. .
The corn contest In connection with tho
numerous other duties of the superintend
ent's office makes it necessary to employ
an additional force of stenographers and
clerks. Today that was the only office In
the state house where the busy click of the
typewriter could be heard. Treasurer
Mortensen was at hln desk for a brief time.
Kverythlng else was hermetically sealed.
McBrlen on rasses.
State Superintendent McBricn has writ
ten the following letter defining his posi
tion on the subject of free passes. That
portion of tae latter dealing with the
ftsSntjr of hln office to get along without
free transportation is of Interest In view of
the general contention that the state
officials would be hampered in the per
formance of tbeir official duties If the
transportation was cut off. He Is obliged
to travel more than, any other state
official and. yet. he says, "-the public is
ready and willing to meet our expenses
for all the' field work we can possibly do
and properly look after the office." The
LINCOLN. Nov. M. The Express Pub
llshing Company. Beatrice. Neb.: Gentle,
men-Your Inner of the 21st Inst, reached
the office during my absence therefrom. On
my return -many letters, with yours, were
You ask (1). "Will you please tell us If
you approve of the action of public officlHls
In -equesttng free transportation Ht the
resent time?'' '.' "Ln you think the re
publican mute pint form has the siine bind- j
log force that it had A month ao?" (.") .
)n you think It sate lor uuniio oim-iais ro
write letters requesting free pusses when
the l tiers are liable to be used In tile fu
ture fur piiriHiMeN of intimidation or finan
I can lt and most briefly iiner all of.,
these nurMions by answering No. 1. Ori .
tills haiiKx the whole lHiie.
I oiiswier the republican state platform '
adopted at our List mate convention
Minting new "is when il was adopted. A re
publican plattorm if as binding on ine as a I
Matuturv enactment. I
Therefore, iinin. illately following the !
nd'iplion of tl.e republican Male platform
for l!vi we enclosed in evry leMer answer- .
in invitations for our services the luiluw- ,
lug statement, slvned by nr .elt' mul d' pun-:
In .icioidiime with the spirit of the times
and the platform of our party In convention 1
lust assembled, we have reurned our an- I
lnml railroad pnfi.es. Hence, we eanno'
travel us cheaply as in the pant. However. .
our services are at th- command of the j
public. " for on. actual expenses. Including j
rauioan iuip i.. n ws, mcais en route,
local ntertaini'it nt. etc."
To be sure, our otiii ltil cMitiea make It
iieersary for us to visit certain state in
stitution; and accredited private si hooN
e then travel at the expense nf the stale
For this purpose we have purchased ti.ium
Hides of transportation at the expense ot
the state, the receiots for which, are on hie
In the auditor's office. A strict amounting
will be made to the governor uuuer mi in for
tlio iisi we have nunle uf this tiansporla
t!on. It was thouKht I iv some when we turned
In our tra importation that it would greatly
binder the work of thv otllce owing to the
great Amount of nVId work that is Initia
tive, we nna. nowever, mat the public Is
rdv and willing to meet our expense for
alt the field work we can possibly do and
properly look after the office. Deputy E. c.
Bishop has been kept busy working up the
Nebraska bo' corn growing and the Ne
braska girls' corn cooking contests to tie
held at Lincoln December 14 and 15. He
'.us already visited the following counties
In this work. Clay, Jefferson, Merrick,
Pawnee. Polk. Valley and York. He in a
make before the date of the contest the fol
lowing additional counties: Dodge. Fill
more, he ward and Webster. I leave for
the North western Nebraska Teachers' as
sociation at Crawford, nearly luM miles'
tmvel round trip, tilling engagements at
Crawford. Hemlngford and Whitman lie
fore ! return. I have engagements hi far
ahead for commencements as June, Hnd
fr institutes as far ahead as OcloU-r. ism;.
Those are trips which do not cost the state
, Jirlitu we travel on prtv&xa buiue w
pay full far both ways at our own ex
pense. Claim They Are Baak Robbers.
Today the sheriff of Merrick county, ac
companied by other official, came to Lin
coln to examine the. Job lot of suspects cap
tured yesterday by Detective Malone. The
sheriff agrees with Malone In the belief
that the men under arrest were Implicated
In the bank burglary at Chapman Monday
night, when tl.&O wag stolen. As soon as
the capture was reported at Central City
steps were taken to Identify the men.
CM ADR OX HA" PROSPEROrS YEAR
Both Town and Connty Hare Done
CHADRON. Neb., Nov. 30 (Special.)
Chadron has great cause for thanksgiving.
In Its Improvements and growth tha present
year. The business houses have many of
them been renovated and enlarged. Sev
eral new firms opened up and M. W. Fair,
an old-time business man here, hss re
turned with a large stock of furniture. A
large number of fine modern residences
have been erected and cottages by the
doxens, still people cannot find houses to
tent and contracts are already let for next
The past season has been as good. If not
better, for crops than any previous one In
the history of Dawes county. Wheat, oats,
barley, rye. In fact all small grains, have
yielded larger averages than ever before.
Potatoes In such quantities that not over
two-thirds were dug, though of the usual I
The stock season being about over, many
of the stockmen have been Interviewed, and
the consensus of opinion Is that more money
for stock has been received than In any
other year, the principal reasons assigned
being the better price than last year and
the extra amount of stock shipped, all
having been held back last year that It
was possible to hold, and the good range
this year brought the stock to such a
condition the weight wa heavy.
Prises for students.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 30. (Special.)
The prizes offered by W. H. Edgar and H.
J. Dobbs through the civics and forestry
department of the Woman's club to the
pupils of the seventh and eighth grades
of the city schools who secured the best
collection of woods, shrubs and vines In
this vicinity were awarded yesterday at
an Interesting meeting held In the high
school rooms. The first prize was cap
tured by Donald McCleery and Theodore
Dodds took the second. Hon. R. 8. Bibb
awarded the prizes, and two other con
testants cashe so close to the winner of
the second that he himself gave a prlxe
each to these, who were Richard Kret
stnger and Dorothea Dodds. All the prizes
awarded were books. Interesting addresses
were delivered by W. H. Edgar and Hugh
J. Dobbs, who paid a splendid tribute to
the memory of the late J. Sterling Mor
ton, founder of Arbor day. Superintendent
Fulmer also gave an excellent and enter
taining talk, showing .the practical as well
as aesthetic value of observing or learning
to see the things around us. There were
Railroad for Arnold.
ARNOLD, Neb., Nov. 30. (Special.) Last
Friday a party of twelve Union Pacific
surveyors arrived In Callaway and Imme
diately started to look up matters regard
ing the grade made some years ago toward
Arnold. They followed this grade to Its
termjnus, which Is some ten miles out of
Callaway, then northwest over the old sur
vey to a point some three miles southeast
of Arnold, where they are now In camp.
They expect to run the survey through Ar
nold some time Wednesday. That Arnold
will have a railroad is an assured fact.
Land men are numerous, and more coming
every day to be on the ground early so as
to avoid the rush. There are thousands
of a ores of first class land along the line
of the road not occupied and the coming
Nebraska's Newly Elected
COUNTY AND CO. SEAT.
Hla Ine Brewster
Box Butte Alliance
Butler David City
Cass Piatt smouth
Clay Clay Center
Cuming West Point
Custer Broken Bow
Dakota Dakota City
..Clinton McCleery (f).F. C. Babcock (f).
.J. D. Miller (f) 8. I. Nles (r)
..W. H. Ingles (r) J. W. Wyatt (f...
. W. N. Pitt (f) A. F. Carlson ir)...
,.E. Evans (f) II. Funro (n
,.A1 Wlker (r) C. W. Brennan (f).
..Thos. Coleman (pop). J. A. Snider u
. M. A. Wright (r) F. W. Delong (d)...
...W. Sammons (r) M. N. Troup (r)....
,.L. D. PMtp (r E. I. Ellis (r)
.J. W. McDanlels (d).A. Greenlee fr)
.John C. Ward (D....W. N. Ochsner (f)
..O. Van Housen (r)...M. J. Htgglns (d)..
..Wm. Malchjw (f)....F. Thletje td)
.C. N. Richardson (d).J. E. Cavanee (r).,
1 tundy Benkleman
Frontier Stock vllle..,
Furnas Beaver City .
Gosper El wood
Hall Grand Island
Haves Hayes Center
Howard St. Paul
A. B. Bauman, Jr..
..J. McDonald (r)....
.J. J. Gallagher (r)..
.H. 8. Page .f)
. D. F. Walrath (f).
.J. S. Perkins (r....
. J. F. Modlln (pop)..
..Lon Trude ;r)
,.A. A. Waters (r)....
.. Wilson tf)
..R. M. Moran (d)....
..William Sutton (f)..
.James Dunkle (d)..
..George Davis (r)...
..J W. Dettv 'r)
.Clark Marsh fr)....
.L. H. Brown (r)....
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Kearney M inden
K. ya Palia-fprkigview.
Lincoln North Plutte
.J. Cheriside r) John 8impson (f)
.H. U. Miner ff John Ward (i)
.A. A. Wyatt Irl Ixuis Anderson (r)..
,.K. W.Bartholomew(r)H. Vogler (d)
. Burns (r) A. O. Dam-lson tr).
.Harrington fri F.lchelberger r)
Herbert Cottrill (r)..Ross Amspokers (r)
..NiehvlHS Ress fr)....I. C. Berry ir)
. I. L. Miltonberger (riE. S. Davis (ri
.a. V. Hill (r) R. Hoagland (r....
Merrick Central City
Nema ha A uburn
I itoe Nebraska Citv
Pawnee Pawnee City
Perki ns G ru n t y
Polk t Isceola
Red Willow McCook
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.John Jones tr)
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..XV. J. Watkins
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Seward Sews i d
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Hherman lup City
T honias Thedford
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.John Gillan (r)
..C. B. Keplinger (d).
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. E. B. Lyons (r)
.J. R. Stuoker (r)
. A. F. Townsend (d).
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. 8. J. W. Brown (rj.
Wayne Wayne Claus Mencke (1) E. Z. Russell (D......G. H. Faber (f)
ebsler Red Cloud G. S. Mears (r) J. M Cherry Id) C. Reynolds (d)
Wheeler-Barti. lt O. I). Hedge (D W. C. Frahm ID Lee De Tour
York-York j. H Afflerbach fr).. Robert Copsey (D....W. A. Miller
Registers of Deeds Those counties having this office distinct from county clerk
8- hneUier ir: Custer. J. T. Woods tr); Dodxe. John O'Connor (d); Douglas. Frank
LvUiroi) ui RitiUarOavu, U C. EdwarJa U; ealluv, J. feaUiiok (.i;; Samara. U. e.
of the railroad will develop and populate
this part of Custer, Lincoln and Logan
Farm Rand Attempts Salclde.
TECUM8EH. Neb., Nov. 30 - Special )
Edward Austerman, a farm hsnd who has
been working for Herman Wellenselk In
the northeast part of this county for sev
eral months, made a desperate attempt at
suicide. He cut his throat with a pocket
knife and wandered Into the cornfield ot
William Wellenselk, a brother and neigh
bor of his employer. When found he was
In an unconscious condition, having lain
out In the field for several hours and having
lost a great deal of blood. A surgeon was
called, and upon examination It was found
that the knife had barely missed the Jugu
lar vein and had cut the trachea half in
two. It required three separate rows of
stitches to close the wound, which was an
ugly one. Austerman Is a young man. prob
ably 21 years of age, and haa been despond
ent of late. He Is reported as getting along
as well as could be expected and will prob
Thanks the Bnrllnatoa.
McCOOK, Neb., Nov. 30.-(Speclal.)-The
gift of every-day service except Sunday
given the people on the McCook and Im
perial branch of the Burlington was
the greatest reason the people of that sec
tion had today for thanksgiving and re
joicing. The three-times-a-week service
has been an excruciating thorn In their
side ever since Its establishment, and now
that the business Is greatly Increased, the
service haa been utterly Inadequate and
unsatisfactory In the extreme. Jim Hill's
Thanksgiving gift Is a great blessing to
them, and will prove no little stimulant
In the development of that section and In
encouraging Immigration and land buying
up the Frenchman valley.
Holdlnar a inspect.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Nov. S0.-(Spe-clal.)
J. B. Domkln, arrested yesterday
evening for a too promlscnus parading ot
firearms, Is being held In the city Jail pend
ing the arrival of officers from Rockport,
Mo., who may connect him with a crime
committed In that town several years ago.
At that time an 18-year-old boy was mur
dered by a man named Blake. The sheriff
from Rockport and two men able to Iden
tify Blake will arrive In the city tomor
row. Since Domkln's arrest yesterday the
police have discovered facts which they
believe warrant them In believing that
Domkln and Blake are the same man.
Fisher Moves to Slonx Connty,
CHADRON. Neb., Nov. SO. (Special.)
Charles Hllbert, one of the city councllmen.
Is acting as mayor of Chadron, Attorney
Fisher having become a resident of Sioux
county, where he hss taken a government
claim, and, being elected Justice of the
peace In his precinct, has already qualified
News of Nebraska,
BEATRICE While chopping wood yester
day Oeorge Watges, living northeast of
tills city, struck his left foot wtih the ax,
severing his big toe.
BEATRICE Union Thanksgiving services
were held this morning at 10:30 in the Con-
frregatlonal church. The sermon was de
Ivered by Rev. J. A. Lowe.
PA PILLION James Ryan died last night
at the Wilcox hotel In Paplllion, aged 73
years. Mr. Ryan was an early settler of
Sarpy county, having come here In 1S68.
BEATRICE Rev. P. E. Dark of Buffalo,
N. Y., has accepted a call to become pastor
of the First . Baptist church of this city.
He will assume his new charge next Sun
day. PAPILLION The women of the Metho
dist church will hold a fair In the Wright
building on Thursday afternoon and even
ing, December 7. Fancy ana useful articles
will be eold. A dinner will be served at
t o'clock in the evening.
NEBRASKA CITY Word has been re
ceived In this city from Groen River.
Wyo., that Peter C. Houge. a former
resident of this city, had died from in
juries he sustained dv iainng ore a cringe.
Houge was employed as a biidgo carpenter
by the Union Pacific railroad and was
.George Mixen (f)..
.E. E. Beckwlth (r).
.C. S. Page r
.11. C. Cox (f)
,.G. H. Babbitt (0-
,.D. K. Spacht (')...
,.D. A. Sinclair (dj..
,.H. 8. Jorles (r
,.E. A. Miller (r)....
..J. O. Larson (')...
. I J West (r) J. C. Perry f M. J. Holland fr) R. C. Roper (f
. C D. Quinton (r) W. D. Wheeler (f-d).W. B. Rosenaug (d).H. D. Travis (i)....
. J. F. Rossenberger (r)Henry Hoese (r) L. J. Holle (ri , V
,.C. A. King (i) W. C. Hill r) A. Cunningham (r)..J. D. Hayes (r)
,.P F. Simons (f) W. D. Armstrong (r).J. F. Keeley r) W. R. Towne (f)
...Robert Barrett (r).... James Tucker id)....
...W. F. Grless tr) H C. Pslmor (J)
...M F. Shonke id) N. H. Mapes (C)
...J. F. Kaup id) Louis Dewald (d)....
...J. Plgman (r) A. R. Humphrey r).
,H. C. Hansen (r) Fred Blume (r) W. L. Ross (r J. J. Elmers tr)....
Louis K. Gnote r)....W. T. Wilson (r) Charles Naylor f)....C. D. Bayers n...
. D. E. Lincoln (pop)..L. J. Malmsten (r) ..R. 8. Thornton (r)....H. A. Turton r)...
.W. H. McEldowney(r)W. E. Roudobush (d).E. Delatour (d) Isaac Woolf (d)...
..A- H. Maskell (f W. J. Armour (r) E. E. Rice ()...: F. W. Brown (r)...
.John Koell d)....
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C. H. Patch (r) P. H. Davis (el) ,.E. Olson ID
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.Alonso Sutton (r)
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.D. F. Van Vleck
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.Albert Pilger (f)
.James Elliott fr)
.E. D. Roberts ( r) . . .
. I.. W. Fansler (d)..
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working on a bridge when the accident
BEATRICE Hon. J. A Vsn Orsdol, ex
sttornev general of Wyoming. In company
with his wife, is vlsttlng in this city. He
leaves for Wsshlngton. D. c., tomorrow,
where he hss Jut received a federal ap
pointment In the Department of Justice.
BEATRICE Thanksgiving was observed
today at the Institution for Feeble Minded
Youth by the serving of a splendid dinner
In courses, embracing roast turkey down
to doughnuts and coffee. in ,j,e evening
an excellent literary and musical program
BROKEN POW-The funeral of David
Heller, an old and resiiect.d resident of
the county, who died lust Sunday at the
hospital, occurred yrsterday. As Mr. Hel
ler was an old soldier snd n member of the
Oram Army of the Republic, he was ac
cordingly burled under the ausplcss of
NEBRASKA CITY County Treasurer R.
W. Kelly today sent 4",.i6 to the state
treasurer to pay MO.O0O of otoe county re
funding bonds tlmt had been purchased
by the state In the Interest of the educa
tional fund. When these bonds are can
celled the bonded Indebtedness of the
county will amount to fc;,00o. (
BEATRICE J. A. Barnard, county treasurer-elect,
hss appointed K L. Hevelnna
of Blue Springs. Frank Chittenden of High
land . township and Miss Mary Kvan of
Wymore as his assistants. Miss Ryan has
been employed In the county clerk's office
for eight years, but Hevelane and Chitten
den will be new attaches at the court house.
NEBRASKA CITT-Ysterday evening
the 15-year-old son of otto Ouenther of
flvrftruso met With . SI neouliiar ftrrl,lAnl
near his home which may result In his
death. The boy Jumped on a Burlington 1
hand-car that was being propelled bv sec- I
lion men. ne icn m me noor ana nis
head extended over the edge of a tool
chest which contained several sharp axes.
Am the handles of the car came down
tney caugni nis neau, mrcing n on to tne
snarp eage oi an ax. i ne Doy s tace van
terribly cut, one side of his face Is entirely
cut away, and one eye was gouged out.
Vie was taken to Omaha this mornlns: and
placed In a hospital.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Snow, -with Rising Temperature
Today in Kebraska, Iowa
WASHINGTON. Not. an. -Forecast of the
weather for Friday and Saturday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Snow Friday,
with rising temperature; Saturday fair,
with colder In west and snow In east por
tion. For Iowa Snow, with rising temperature
Friday and probably Saturday.
For South Dakota 8now Friday, with
rising temperature; Saturday fair, colder
In west portion.
For Wyoming Fair Friday and Saturday,
except snow In northwest portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. Nov. SO. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: 191S. 19M. 1903. 1902.
Maximum temperature .. 22 43 27 4a
Minimum temperature ... 4 21 1R 29
M?an temperature 13 82 22 87
Precipitation .00. .03 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March
1 and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 30
Deficiency for the day 17
Total excess since Marc!) 1 6C3
Normal precipitation 03 Inch
Deficiency for the day 03 Inch
Prectnltatlon since Msrch 1 27. 2S Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.95 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period 1904 R.01 inches
Excess for cor. period 19"3 2.!9 Inches
Reports front Stations at T P. M. i
Station and State Tm. Max. Raln-
of Weather. 7 p. m. Tern. full.
Bismarck, cloudy 8 8 .00
Cheyenne, partly cloudy... 22 SO .on
Chicago, cloudy 2H l-S T
Davenport, clear 22 22 .
Denver, clear 2ti :)2 .(O
Havre, partly cloudy 0 .00
Helena, cloudy 1 22 .00
Huron, cloudy 4 14 .)
Kansas City, clear 20 24 T
North Platte, cloudy 0 24 .00
Omaha, clear 2o 22 .00
Rapid City, cloudy 14 IS .00
Pt. IxjuIs, clear 2X )
St. Paul, partly cloudy.... 10 12 .00
Valentine, cloudy IS IS .00
Wllllston. cloudy , 12 12 .00
Indicates sero. a i
T Indicates Iran lX-actatloa, -
L. A. WELSH! Local Forecaster.
County Officers for 1906-7
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M1WET1IER CASE IN COURT
Dj Spent in Hearing Argiments from
SECRETARY OF NAVY TO GIVE OUT VERDICT
Attorney Says that if Client la Con
Tlcted It Will Be na Vlrarloas
Sacrifice tor Sins of
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Nov. 30.-Exeert for
the announcement of the verdict after It
shall have been passed upon by the secre
tary of the navy, the Meriwether court
martlnl. Insofar as the public is concerned,
Is at an end.
Today was almost wholly given over to
arguments of counsel before the court
which Is trying Midshipman Meriwether on
charges, the most serious of which Is man
slaughter. In connection with the death of
Midshipman James R. Branch, Jr., after a
fist fight In which he and Meriwether en
gaged. James M. Munroe and Lieutenant
Commander John K. Roblson (the latter
being handicapped by an attack of tnnslll
tis) spoke In defence of the accused and
Judge Advocate Maris and United States
District Attorney John C. Rose for the
prosecution. At the concluskin of the ad
dress of Mr. Rose the court was cleared
and consideration of the verdict begun.
At the beginning of the morning session
counsel for the defence suggested that the
case bo submitted without argument, but to
this the Judge advocate objected. James M.
Munroe, counsel for the accused, then asked
for an adjournment of the court until i
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, as the de
fence wished to prepare the case for argu
ment and also because his associate, Lieu
tenant Commander John K. Roblson,
though present, had a severe attack of
tonsolltls. The court acquiesced In this,
but counsel for the defence finally decided
that they would go on with the case.
Judge Advocate Marlx agreed to proceed,
though his associate. United States District
Attorney John C. Rose, was absent. Dur
ing the morning, however, Mr. Rose tele
graphed that he wished to be present, and
the court, after hearing the other counsel,
took a recess until 2:30 p. m. When Mr.
Rose appeared at the opening of the after
noon session, counsel for the defence made
a strenuous effort to prevent his being
heard by the court. Lieutenant Commander
Roblson stated that there had been an un
derstanding with the Judge advocate that
Mr. Rose did not Intend to speak. This was
repudiated by Judge Advocate Marlx. Lieu
tenant Commander Roblson then moved
that the court refuse to hear Mr. Rose,
claiming he had not been properly detailed
by the Navy department. The court de
cided against this claim.
Judge Monroe Opens.
Judge Monroe then opened the case for
the defense. His first line of argument
addressed Itself to the medical testimony
produced by the defense. This he said
was inconclusive except as to the fact that
none of them had ever seen Injuries such
as were received In this case from fist
blows, but all had seen Injuries from Im
pacts against hard substances as was tes
tified to, such as the deceased received In
the falls. He said that the court should
hold that the accused had no criminal
connection with the death of Branch.
"So far as the charge of manslaughter
Is concerned," Mr. Munroe said, "we will
rest the case there."
Mr. Monroe said further:
"If Meriwether Is convicted of anything
further tHan disorder, be will be made a
vicarious sacrifice for k system and for
the sins of generations If they be sins.
A condition has been hown In this case
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GENERAL ALEXANDER HAMILTON
Namesake and Descendant of the Great American
Patriot and Signer of the Declaration of
Independence )Vrites lie Was
Cured of Chronic Catarrh
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ceivecfln the Civil War by Taking Duf
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churches and Y. M. C. A. constantly.
Although I shall be 90 years next month,
am walking many miles a day. and with
out escort. In the spring the leading
plumber here told me he would have to
give up work. 1 urged him to use Duffy's.
Recently he told me he was on his fifth
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century mark cheer
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free. Daffy Malt Wblskejr Co., Roche
which makes it Impossible that the accused
should have refrained from the fight.
"As to the second charge, which includes
the specifications of using provoking words
and assaulting, we find that officers having
charge of the Interior discipline of the
academy had a hazy Idea of the position
of fighting under these regulations. It was
clearly established that fights for personal
insults were not to be Investigate."
As to the charge of using provoking lan
guage toward Branch, counsel argued that
Meriwether had not gone to Branch's room
to provoke a fight, but merely to seek an
explanation of a condition that had become
Intolerable to him and which If not obvi
ated would have . driven him from the
"Twice Meriwether," he said, "had shown
the most generous spirit in refusing to hit
Branch when the rules allowed him to
strike and In offering to give up the fight
after having committed an unintentional
foul, and had shown the possession of the
very quality that made our Farragut and
Decatur and that could cause men to fol
low them Into the very Jawa of death.
No motive has been shown In this case as
the specifications allege. On the contrary,
his conduct has been generous.
"On the third charge, of disorder. In a
spirit of candor we must admit that these
acts were disorderly, but the accused has
had his punishment. The superintendent
said that, judging from precedent, dis
missal was too severe a penalty for that
offense. We ask the consideration of the
Lieutenant Commander James K. Robin
son spoke with great difficulty on acoount
of an attack of tonsllltls. He said he was
delighted that the autopsy had been asked
and performed. It has made Meriwether
feel that he did not cause Brancn s aeain
and that was better than merely being
acquitted on the ground of reasonable
doubt. Lieutenant Commander Robinson
then read from "Tom Brown at Rugby.
about schoolboy fights, and appealed to
tho court to say If the principles did not
appear to them to be the right ones.
"He may have not oeen exactly ngot
from my standpoint," he said, "but tha
traditions of the academy and the position
of the academy authorities toward fUhtlng
were responsible for Meriwether's mis
taken Idea. I grant that fighting is wrong,
but there may have been a minor penalty
inflicted If Branch had lived, and tne ac
cused Is not responsible for his death."
The testimony shows that Branch had a
much better chance of living, he Mid, had
he been treated judiciously, first by his
companions and then by the surgeons to
whose hands he fell.
Marlx for Prosecution.
Judge Advocate Marlx opened for the
prosecution. He said
There is voluntary and Involuntary man
the present case. The court Usf?nd to an
especially fine set of witnesses, particularly
slaughter, the latter being ine cnarge in
nhrev. who stammered too
lOO IH Ul 1 1 W J It" II I J t'
came on the second time and told a story
that was contradicted by captain t.oivo
corcsses, and Midshipman Fitch, whom I
shall Impeach. All five of the doctors tes
tified clearly that death had resulted from
fist blows. Opposed to these was the tes
timony of only one medical witness. Dr.
Dr. GlaiebrooK, in aenance or ine prac
tice of courtsmartlals. has been kept In
court and then put on the stand, and the
testimony should not De given mucn
Captain Marlx then called attention to
certain phases of the medical testimony
and argued that the great weight of evi
dence sustained the view of the officers
connected with the operation. The sights
of the oedoma, which had caused the
death, had disappeared when the autopsy
had been made, nineteen days after death.
As to the Falls.
If the evidence does show that death
was caused by clots and the clots came
from a (all and not fist blows 1 will join
in congratulating tiie accused and not ask
for conviction on the charge of man
slaughter. But have the falls been proved?
It is on this point I will Impeach the tes
timony of Midshipman Fitch. Before the
Board of Inquiry and on the stand the
first time Fitch said nothing about any
fall, but when the point' had arisen, Mid
shipman Fitch, who had refereed the tight,
gave evidence of falls during the light. I
think his evidence should be stricken out.
Fighting Is prohibited at the naval acad
emy and everyone knows It. They are
conducted In secret and this very light was
secret. For a set of young gemlumeu to
propose a brutal, beastly light is a fine
thing to acknowledge or to offer as an
excuse. A fist fight does not always show
real courage. The best fist tit liter might
be the meanest coward in battle. A prize
fighter Is not a hero. The evidence has
shown that Branch was not malicious,
though his "running" may have been spe
cially directed towards Meriwether to some
degree. It is the custom, I believe, for
certain miasnipmen to oirect tbeir atten
tion to certain lower class men. The acta
of Mr. Branch along this line were not
severe or unusual and do not constitute
The judge advocate directed particular
attention to the incident on board the Hart
ford when Branch had reported Meri
wether for charges in connection with tak
ing fruit. ,
"In explaining his conduct," ths judge
Jadvovalo said, "MsrlweLter bad not SJdj
GEN. ALEXANDER HAMILTON.
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ster, K. Y.
as he admitted on the stand, that he toU
him to 'Go to hell. "
In connection with the visit of the In
spection was discovered the suit case the
judge advocate said there was no evidence
to show any unlawful act on the part of
Mr. Rose, In closing for the prosecution;
considered the charges In the reverse or
der, carefully considering each charge.
At the conclusion of Mr. Rose's remarks
the court was cleared and the consideration
of the verdict begun.
The Strangest -rhlnar
that could happen would be a case of con
stipation that Dr. King's New Life Pills
wouldn't cure. Guaranteed, too. ' For sale
by Sherman 4 McConnell Drug Cm
(Ml 'Warehouse at Kansas City.
KAN8AS CITY, Nov. SO.-Tbe warehouse'
of the Standard Oil company at Kansas
avenue and Balrd street, Armourdale,
Kana.. was destroyed by fire today, caus
ing a loss of 1175.000. Ten thousnad gallons
of kerosene and gasoline and large quan
tities of oil products stored In the build
ing were consumed. An explosion of the
oils tore down the walla of the building
making the destruction complete. Eighteen
large storage tanks. 200 feet from the ware
house, were saved. This was the Standard
company's principal warehouse west of
Whiting, Ind. It was not Insured. )
Stove Factory In Pittsburg;.
PITTSBURG. Nov. 0.-F1re which broke
out In the five-story building of the Graff
Stove and Range company at Wt and Ml
Liberty avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets, today totally destroyed that Struc
ture and caused a loss of about 1160,000.
Minister Lee Leaves Boon.
WASHINGTON, Nov. SO.-Joseph XV. Lee,
formerly consul general to Panama and re
oently appointed minister to Ecuador, has
arranged to sail from New York City foe
his new post on December 7. Mr. Lee will
go via the Isthmus of Panama.
A Great Physiologist
Once Said that the Way to Keep the
Stomach Healthy Is to Ex
Bnt Ue Did Xot Tell How to Make It
The muscles of the body can be developed
by exercise until their strength has in
creased manifold, and a proper amount of
training each day will accomplish this re-
"lt. but It Is somewhat doubtful whether
you can increase the digestive powers of
I - -- -w ""
Nature has furnished us all with a perfect
set of organs, and If they are not abused
they will attend to the business required of
them. They need no abnormal strength.
There Is a limit to the weight a man can
lift, and there is also a limit to what the
stomach can do.
The cause of dyspepsia. Indigestion and
many similar diseases Is that the stomach
has been exercised too much and it Is tired
or worn out. Not exercise but rest Is what
To take something Into the stomach that
will relieve It from its work for a short
time something to digest the food will
give it a rest and allow it time to regain
The proper aid to the digestive organs
Is Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which cure
dyspepsia, indigestion, gas on the stomach
and bowels, heartburn, palpitation of the
heart and all stomach diseases.
Rest and invigoratlon Is what tha stom
ach gets when you use Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, for one grain of the active princi
ple tn them, is sufficient to digest I.OuO -grains
The Tablets increase the flow of gastrin
juice and prevent fermentation, acidity
and sour eructlons.
Do not attempt to starve out dyspepsia.
You need all your strength.
The common sense method is to digest the
food for the stomach and give it a rest.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do not make
the cure, but enable the organs to throw
off unhealthy conditions.
Perfect digestion means perfect health,
for under these conditions only do the dif
ferent organs of the body work right and,
receive the building-up material found la
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are a natural
remedy and are a spedfie for stomach
troubles. The ablest plryilelans prescribe
The Tablets are pleasant to the taste and
are composed of fruit and vegetable ex,
tracts, golden seal and pepsin, t
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