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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, ArRTL 7,
UNION PACIFIC VALUATION
Company Filet Statement of Property and
Earning with 8tate Board.
LANCASTER POLITICIANS SATISFIED
Aaaloas to Hart tor
Be4 by CaaTaatloa, bat Willing;
i laboalt to the Dceliloi
( taa Coaasslttee.
(From ft Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 1 (Special.) Th report
of tba Union Pacific Railroad company of
Its property and ita value to be used as a
. basis of aaaeaament by the State Hoard of
Assessment wai filed with the secretary of
the board today and ahowa the road did a
bualneaa amounting to only $37,561,664.46
during the year. Thla la an Increase of
something over $4,000,000 over the year be
fore. After deducting- all expense, which
ineludea the taxes paid in Nebraska, the
road cornea out with the email aum of (it,
(M.3M.S7 to ahow for Ita year's work. Thla
la an Increase of more than 12,000,000 over
, the year before.
The road aJeo filed a atatement to ahow
what It earned in Nebraska. The follow
ing explanation la attached to thla atate
ment: '' 1 The eamfnge here hown Include all earn
Inga on both local and Interstate traffic, the
grvaa earnings on local freight and passen
ger traffic are about 17.2 per cent of the
total groaa earnings on all auch traffic In,
through and over the atate. The net e am
ine ahown are found by deducting ex
, pensea of operation and taxes from axons
I receipts. They cannot be taken to repre
sent the actual net profits from the busi
ness. The following atatement shows the earn
ings of the road In Nebraska:
1904. 1905. '
Gross earnings $12.64.910.R5 IM.iao.Kft.M
. Net earnings 6.416,404. 9S 7,032,701.68
The following table showa a comparison
of the earnings of 1906 and 1904:
Gross earnings $33.73. 3T.5. 72 $37,661. 6M. 48
Net earnings 14,268,923.49 16, 566, X. 87
nance, equipment. 21,321,297.88 23,461,774.23
taxes l.fi04.4M.2S 20,9.258.53
Dividends 18,333,5o0,(X 11.087,014.30
Politicians Are Satisfied.
While there la general satisfaction
throughout the state house over the work
of the state committee last night, there
la especial rejoicing In some quarters of
the city the hotel quarters. One Lincoln
paper last night aaid It would cost Lin
coln tHbusanda of dollars to lose the con
vention, and thla had a very depressing
effect on one hotel man who operatea
the hostelry In which the headquartera
la located. His rejoicing thla morning la
In the matter of the date of the con
vention, the endorsement of ft candidate
for the senate to be In the call and the
recommendation regarding the Instruc
tion of delegatea on the matter of the
railway commission amendment to the
constitution seems to have met with the
general approval of all the Lancaster pol
iticians. Borne of the one-time eo-called machine
men down here wanted the endorsement
' of a senatorial candidate left out of the
call, now that Lancaster has no candl
data for that place, but tbey expressed
themselves as being well aatlafled with
the call as adopted, and whatever griev
ance they may have will com out at the
Naturally moat of the state officers
wanted the convention held In Lincoln,
because they live here and will not 'have
to be away from home at convention time.
The date also aeema to aatlafy all the
candidates here, though state officers had
previously aald they would be aatlafled with
whatever the committee did.'
The official call may not be issued for
some time yet, as there la no great hurry
for this to be put out. All of the commit'
tee members left town during the early
hours of the day or just as quick as they
could get tralna back home. Faddy Miles
was her this morning and waa about
the last to leave, getting out In time to
avoid getting mixed up In the meeting of
Pollard's congressional committee tonight.
In the meantime there has been no new
candidates sprung for the senate or for
governor during Jhe last twenty-four
hours by the Lancaster statesmen. '
After the Automobile Men.
Secretary of State Galuaha la In receipt
of Information that the county attorneys
of Douglas and Iancaater countlea are per
mlttlng owners of automobllea to anort
around over the atreeta of Omaha and
Lincoln which have not been registered
under the, provisions of the automobile law
enacted by the last legislature. In Lincoln
Whole Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh
Tried Different Physicians tnd
All Kinds of Ointments Could
Walk Onfy With Crutches-Ohio
Man Says i
THE BEST ON EARTH"
"In tba year 1809 tho side of mjf
tight foot waa cut off from tha little
. $ down to tha heel, and the physician
who had charge of ma
was trying to sew up
tha aide of my foot,
but with no success.
When ha found out
that wouldn't work,
ha began trying to
heal tha wound with
ail kinds of ointment.
. until at last my whole
foot and way up
above nir calf waa
nothing but proud
flesh. 1 suffered un
told agonies for four years, and tried
different physicians ana all kindaof oint
ments. I could walk only with crutches.
It is aixtam months ago since I began
using Cuticura Moap and Ointment for
my limb and foot. The first two
months tha Cutioura Remedies did not
seem to work, but 1 kept on using them
both- In two weeks afterwards f saw a
change in my limb. Then I began using
Cutioura Soap and Ointment often dur
ing tha day and kept it up for seven
months, when my limb was healed up
just tha same as if 1 never had trouble.
"It is eight months now since I
stopped using Cuticura Remedies, tha
best on God a earth. I am working
at tha present 1 day, after five years
of suffering. Tha cost of Cuticura
Ointment and Soap waa only 6;
but tba doctors' bills vera mora lika
$400. You ran publish my name and
refer any ona to write to ma about
Cuticura Remeaiea. I will answer all
letters if postage is enclosed. John M.
Lloyd, 718 S. Arch Ave., Alliance, Ohio,
J una 27, 1905."
faaaslaa Inmui aa4 Interval Traatnars fa
Muauf. ftoaa FlM.a l Saaufwia, trvm Jafanry ta A$a,
aaaaudaf a ( wiw ur toft. Sac. Claimant, Juc, K , .
nt, auc. ( la Ht ra a l'h--uiai. Caalad tm .a, Jw sat lal
, aaay ha aaa1 a al aVuaf lata. A ataai. .
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su ma AGONIES
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It Is reported there are two of the un
licensed machines, while In Omaha It la
Id they are numeroua. The law requires
all motor vehicles shall be registered with
the secretary of stste who shall furnish
the owners with a metal seal showing the
number of the machine. An Infraction of
thla law la punishable by a fine of $36 for
the first offense and for subsequent of
fenses a fine of to or Imprisonment In the
county jail. It Is the duty of the county
attorneys to enforce this act.
Stat Officers Oat of City.
Governor Mickey went to Norfolk thia
morning to take a look at the Insane hos
pital, Superintendent McBrlen Is visiting
the various district teachers' meetings. Sec
retary of State Qalusha Is transacting of
ficial business In Omaha, It. C. Undsey Is
stopping at a dental office for repairs, A.
B. Allen Is cleaning up the rubbish left by
the state committee in the headquarters
and Incidentally getting ready to get out
the call and whoop things up, Land Com
missioner Raton Is preparing to go out In
the state next week to look over arpralse-
menta of school land. Auditor Searle started
putting -In garden and waa away from
his office a little while thla morning. The
rest of the state officers are still at the
old stand and Expected-to-be-Councllmau-
Bert Bush is back at his post of duty
busier than ever.
The Nebraska Spencer Seedless Apple
company, a Colorado corporation, has filed
Its articles of Incorporation with the sec
retary of state and will do business In Ne
braska. The object of the corporation la to
grow seedless applea and treea In every
county In the atate. The capital stock of
the company la $100,000 and the Incorpora
tors are F. A. Franklin, J. D. McAdama
and Henry Baisch. Franklin Uvea In Lin
coln. The Cosmopolitan Hotel company of
Omaha today filed Ita articles of incorpora
tion with the secretary of state. The capi
tal stock of the company is 1600,000.
Tax Case Postponed.
The taking of testimony in the Burling
ton railroad tax Injunction ault, scheduled
to begin thla morning, haa again been post
poned until Tuesday. Charlea J. Greene,
attorney for the Burlington, telephoned he
waa buay In another case and could not
get away for several days. Thla la the
third time the hearing haa been postponed
and the eecond time R J. Clancy, the tax
commissioner of the Union Pacific, has
been down for nothing.
New Role for Examinations.
At its session yesterday the supreme
court adopted an amendment to its rule
governing the examination of applicants
to be admitted to the bar. Heretofore the
rule has been for the examlnationa to be
held In Lincoln on the second Monday of
June and the third Tuesday of November.
Thla haa been changed so the examlnationa
can be held at any place and at any time
aelected by a majority of the examining
Thla change la made to help out the stu
dents of the Omaha law school who are
graduated In June after the board haa
held Its examinations. Under the new rule
It will be possible for the examining board
to go to Omaha to hold the examination
and they can hold It immediately after the
Deleajatea to Charity Conference.
Following Is a list of delegatea ap
pointed by Governor John H. Mickey to
represent Nebraska at the thirty-third
annual seaslon of the National Conference
of Chartttea and Correction, Philadelphia,
Pa., May to 18, 1906:
coin; B. Hay ward, Kearney; Miss Lyra
McManon, Geneva; 'Dr. a. jonnson,
Beatrice; Mrs. A. J. Albright. Mllford;
Mrs. E. C. Johnston, Lincoln: l"r. J. -L.
Greene, Lincoln; Dr. W. B. Kern, Hast
ings: Dr. J. M. Alden. Norfolk: Rev. A. W.
Clark, Omaha; Mrs. Margaret F. Glover,
Grand Island: Mrs. L. C. Culbertson: Mra.
A. O. Coons, Omaha; N. L. Dorsay, Oma
ha; Mrs. K. O. Garrow, Nebraska City;
Mrs. Alfred On born, Norfolk; Dr. F. E.
Osborn, Beatrice; Mrs. M. E. Qulvey,
Omaha; John Davis, Lincoln; Mrs. A. M.
T7- 1 1 , 1 .. V. . . a T Un..l. , m n V. r. . I
Clansman. Omaha; C. F. Roebel, Omaha;
Judge Sutton, Omaha; Mngy Bernstein,
Ornuhi: Rome Miller. Omaha: Mrs. Har
riet Heller, Omaha; MlsS Nellie Magee,
Omaha; Rev. and Mrs. N. B. Ralrden,
Omaha; C. E. Prevey, Lincoln; Miss Sarah
Harris. Lincoln: Mrs. Dora Doyle. Lincoln:
Mrs. H. M. Buahnell, Lincoln; R. O. Wil-
liama, Lincoln; Prof. A. L. Candy, Lincoln;
Morris Friend, Lincoln.
In the Supreme Court.
The following business was transacted In
the supreme court April 3, 4 and 6:
Resignation of Mlsa Kathryn Hachart as
stenographer to Hon. Ambrose C. Epper
son accepted. Arthur G. Wray appointed
as stenographer to Hon. Ambrose C. Ep
Follow-In are miscellaneous orders:
Haupton against Pike, stipulation
granted; defendant allowed until May 3,
1906. to serve and file briefs; cause con
tinued to May 15, 19oS. Ietherman against
Hauser, motion of appellant to continue
sustained; cause continued to April i, is.
McPherson against McPherson, stipulation
granted; appellee allowed until April 2K.
19116. In which to file briefs In support of
m It ton for rehearing. Hoye against Dlehls,
stipulation granted; cause continued to the
(September, Jaue. term, meiner against maie.
stipulation granted; cause continued to
Mav 1, 19"6. State against Hnora, leave to
docket. State against McCright, State
against Jansen. State against Anderson,
State against Sinclair, State against Nel
son, State against Hedlund. State against
Blair, State against Iaprath, plaintiff and
intervenor allowed until April 17, 1906, to
serve and file briefs; defendant allowed
until May 1, 1906, to serve and file briefs;
causes set for hearing May 16, 1S4. Gor
don against ' Omaha, stipulation granted;
cause continued to April 17, 19u6. In re
application of Decker for writ of habeas
corpus; on application of defendant cause
continued to May 1. 19n. St. James Or
phan Asylum against Shelby, by agree
bent of parties, same judgment to be en
tered on opinion filed In St. James Orphan
Asylum against Shelby, No. 14013, and same
Judgment entered on motion for rehearing
In St. James Orphan Asylum against
Shelby, No. 14013, to be entered herein.
Branson against Branson, defendant al
lowed until April 30, 19u6. to serve and file
briefs; cause continued to May 1, 19u6. Mc
Cowln against Frontier County, on mo
tlo;i of plaintiff, proceedings In error dis
missed at costs of plaintiff in error. Regent
Shoe Manufacturing Company against
Haaker, dismissal of appellees' motion to
retsx costs allowed; motion dismissed.
Union Pacific Railroad Company against
Fob berg, defendant given until June 2,
19i. to tile additional brlefa; plaintiff given
until June 12, 1Hu6. to reply. State ex rel.
MU key against tSelleck, leave to docket.
Vaughn against Slate, sentence suspended;
Elaintiff admitted to ball In sum of H.OuO.
,ucas against State, sentence suspended.
Hayward against Fisher, motion to ad
vance overruled. State against Omaha
Elevator Company, Torpln Grain company
granted leave to withdraw its answer
filed herein; L. M. Pembertnn appointed
referee to take evidence and report con
clusions of law and fact. Sovereign Camp
Woodmen of the World against Ogden, re
ai'gurnent ordered before the court.
Following Is the ruling upon the miscel
laneous motion In the case of Woodworth
against Allen: Motion of defendant to dis
miss sustained; proceedings iu error dis
The following opinions were filed:
Lancuater County against State, on re-
nearmg. former judgment a a he red to;
Sedgwick, C. J. lierpolshelmer against
Cnnstupher, reversed and remanded; Jack
son, C. Kneeland against Veighl-y, af
firmed: Letlon, J. l ulled States Fidelity
and ouaranly t ompany against Kleck, re
versed Willi dln-cOons to dismiss plain
HIT'S petition; Oldham, C. Lancaster
County ugalnut Brown, affirmed; Amas,
W llllts against Wllllts. on motion tl'JO al
lowed appelleu for attorney's fee In tin
court: Albert, C. United Slates Fidelity
and Guaranty Company against McLavugh
lin, ahirmed; Epperson, C. iiolliday against
MiWillluina, reversed and renutndud wltu
leave to defendant to answer; Durfte, C
Vug I against Binder, reversed with instruc
tions; Jackson, C Kannow A Sons agatnit
Farmers C"o- Iperaiive Shipping Associa
tion, affirmed: Dvtne. C. Martin against
Martiu, affirmed; Duffle, C. Mercer Com
pany against Omaha, affirmed; Ames, t.
School District No. 77 against Cowgili, af
firmed; Epperson. C. Slate against Sev
eral Parcels of I -and iKrdlrki. affirmed;
Epperson, C. Irving against Bond, smrmed;
Ames. C. Peycke against Shlnn. amrmed;
Jackson, C. t'uihers against Mannings, af
firmed; Ames, '. State ex rel. Ura
against Drcxel, amrmed; Ames C. Solomon
a lal list Drxcl, affirmed; Awes, C I re
arpllcatlon of Butler et at. for writ of
habeas corpus, writ of habeas corpus al
lowed; petitioners discharged from cus
tody: Barnes, J. State ex rel. Red Cloui
arslnst Peerle, peremptory writ of mnn
dumiis allowed; Barnes, J. Johnson against
Hayward, on rehesrlng. former opinion ad
hered to; IMifflp C. Peterson against Pet-
erson, sfflrmed; Ames, C. Msrylnnd Cas
ualty Company against Bank of Murdook,
affirmed; Epperson, C. Modern Woodmen
of America against Wilson, affirmed;
Albert. C. Taylor against Hunter, affirmed;
Following are rulings upon motions for
Smith against Curtice, overruled. Baker
company against Central West Insurance
lompany, overruled. Turner against
Grimes, overruled. Parrott against Wol-
cott, overruled. Price against Price, over
ruled. Reed against State, overruled; Sedg
wick, C. J., dissenting. Omaha Street
Railway Company against Boesen. Over
ruled. Commerclsl t nlon Assurance Com
pany against Shoemsker, overruled. State
ex rel Mickey against Drexel, overruled.
COSVESTIO CALL IS DELAYED
First District Committee Unable to
Reach an Agreement.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April . (Special.) The con
gressional committee of the First district
met and adjourned tonight without call
ing a convention or a primary to meet
again at the call of the chairman. Friends
and opponents of Pollard waged ft fierce
fight all afternoon for and against the
primary with the result the committee was
unable to come to an agreement. In ex
ecutive session the matter was threshed
over, but no vote waa taken.
During the afternoon Pollard had about
concluded to accept a convention, but later
he became suspicious of the manifestations
of friendship on the part of the opponents
of the primary and his friends on the com
mittee held for a nomination by direct
It was reported that Judge Holmes would
withdraw If Pollard accepted the conven
tion, but the congressman had no assur
ances that other candidates will not come
out. Should he get a primary and have
no opposition he would have to pay the
total cost, so he Is in something of a
dilemma, hence the adjournment without
action. The Otoe county committee today
decided to leave the matter of a primary
to the next county convention.
CONTEST FOR CHIEF OF FIREMEN
Mark Mortensen Re-elected at Fre
mont on Third Ballot.
FREMONT, Neb., April , (Special.)
The annual meeting of the Fremont Fire
department waa held at the district court
room last evening. On account of there
being ft number of candidates for chief
there was a large attendance. Chief Mor
tensen reported only eighteen fires during
the year. Total loss, 18,213.06. Insurance
paid, $6,887.48; number of active firemen,
171 The election of officers resulted' as
follows: President, J. C. Cleland; vice
president, W. R. Wilson. There were four
active candidates for chief and Mark Mor
tensen waa re-elected on the third ballot.
The annual state firemen's tournament Is
to be held here this year and the matter
of fixing the date waa left with tha board
of control. Inasmuch as there Is consid
erable talk of an elaborate celebration of
tha semi-centennial of the founding of the
city, which will occur on September t,
next, it seemed tha sentiment of tha meet
ing that tha tournament be held at tha
same time. As tha first settlers located
here August' 23. though tha town was not
laid out until September t, the latter data
was looked upon with mora favor.
Parker Held to District Court.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., April .-(SpcciaL-Walter
Parker, tha Individual who at
tempted to clean out the city Wednesday
evening, waa arraigned In the court of
Justice John H. Smith this morning upon
four separata complaints drawn by County
Attorney James, and waived examination
on each count and waa committed to the
county jail by the magistrate upon con
fessing his Inability to give the 11,200 bond
required. The strongest case against
Parker will be tha one where he la
charged with biting and maiming Len
Manning, the latter Buffering a deep
wound on the cheek from Parker'a teeth,
while ona thumb waa almost severed
by the same means. For this offense the
county attorney Is confident he can have
Parker placed behind the bars of the
penitentiary. Manning, as well aa the
other victims of Parker's assaults, are re
covering from the effects of thefr expe
riences, although both the James boy and
Johnson were considered in aerloua condi
tion for a time. The latter'a Injury waa
about the eyea, and for a time It was
feared the eight of one might be lost.
Secret Wedding- Revealed.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., April' . (Special.)
Frlenda In thla city were greatly aur
prlsed to learn yesterday of the marriage
of Mlaa Clara Garver, youngest daughter
of Dr. W. F. Garver and wjfe, to Vern
Curl, a young man who waa visiting here
last year and the previous summer, whose
home was at Guthrie, Okl. The marriage
occurred last spring and, aa both of the
young people were students at the Kan
sas university of Lawrence, they decided
to keep the matter secret, even from their
folks, until their studies could be com-'
pleted. Last week the young woman came
up and spent a few daya with her parents
In thla city, and. after revealing the fact
of her marriage, left to Join her huBband
at Kansas City, going afterwards to
Illinois, In which atate the groom will
work for the Santa Fe railroad.
Women Close Convention.
NEBRASKA CITY. April .-(Speclal.)-The
convention of the Woman's Presbyte
rlal Missionary society of the Nebraska
City presbytery closed yesterday. The
society elected the following officers for
tt.a ensuing year: President, Mrs. A. L.
Clark, Lincoln; vice prealdent, Mra. A, G.
Collins, Hebron; corresponding aecretary,
Mra. John C. David, Lincoln; recording
secretary, Mra. Major Davla, Seward;
treasurer, Mlsa Lena Tbygleon, Utlca; aec
retary of literature, Mra. E. A. Grin, Alex
andria; district superintendents. First dis
trict. Mrs. Kohler, Greaham, Second dis
trict. Mrs. Schwlnd, Lincoln; Third, dis
trict, Mrs. Caldwell, Falrbury, Fourth dis
trict, Mrs. Brown, Beatrice, Fifth district,
Mrs. Fisher, Auburn.
Mrs. Adaaaa Iaaperts Poata.
SUPERIOR, Neb., April 6. -(Specials-Mrs.
Abble A. Adams, national president
of the Women's Relief corps, has left on
her tour In southern atatea and depart
ments. She makes St. Louis April 6. Nash
ville, Tenn.. April ; Atlanta, Oa., April 7;
Andersonvllle Prison Grounds, April I and
S; department convehtlon, Chattanooga,
Tenn., April 10 and 11. and Cblckamauga
Park April 12. This will be a historic trip
and the gatherings of Women Relief corps
and Grand Army of the Republic proml-
It may oe
Pl-ove by change to
1 daya and note tha improvement
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News of Xetraaka. -
6KWARD Farmers are aowlna: oata thla
B EATRICE While operating a marhlne
at the Dempster factory yesterday Frank
f.nsier had the thumb on his left hand cut
SEWARD An extra freight train that
waa running; ahead of No. BO Tuesday
afternoon Rot part of Ita cars off the track
at Germantown and delayed traffic.
BKATRICB Clum Rood, aon of Dr. Rood
of blue Bprlntfs, was adjudged an inebriate
here today and waa ordered committed o
the asylum. Hoop was arrested on com
plaint of his wife.
SEWARD Mra. Emll Jaffa died at ner
home near Seward last night. She was
a respected German woman. Funeral serv
ices were conducted from tha German
Lutheran church on Friday.
SEWARD While trying to build a fire
with kerosene Flossie, the 15-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Sam Hathawav
of Beaver Crossing, this county, was badly
otirnea udoui me i ace ana neaa.
NEBRASKA CITY Mary Etta Swoaarer
has riled a suit In the district court asking
ror a divorce rrom ner tiusDann, James o.
Swogger. The couple have been divorced
once, but re-married and this makes the
fourth time this couple have upplled for a
BEATRICE G. H. Johnson waa yester
day awarded the lease for the Paddock
opera house for tho neat nve years. Mr.
Johnson Intends making many Improve
ments, among them belter fire escapes and
greater safely against accident In case of
BEATRICE William Pair, a farmer llv
Ing near Kockford. was up before the Board
of Insanity commissioners, but was re
leased; as It was shown that he was only
slightly demented. Mrs. Pair and daughter
died if the measles nut long ago and since
that time Mr. Pair's mind haa been unbal
anced. NEBRASKA CITY-M. J. A. Halll
baugh of thia city and Miss Minnie
Rhoades were married last evening at
Howe. Neb. The ceremony occurred at t
o'clock at the home of the brlde'a father,
C. H. Rhoades. Mr. and Mrs. Halllbaugh
will reside on a farm two miles southwest
of this city.
SCHL'YUER The official count of the
ballots of the city election gave Mick a
majority of four over Hhonka. The un
official count gave Shonka a majority of
one, but the onVlal count elected Mick.
Thla elects two republicans to the Board
of Education. Tills was the only change
brought about by the count
BEATRICE C. U. Brown, the new super
intendent of the Nebraska division of tha
Bock Island, accompanied by Assistant Su
perlntendent Burleigh and Roadinaster
McKsrland, paid Beatrice a brief visit
yesterday, arriving from the west on a
special train. The party proceeded en to
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SCHUYLER II. H. Woods, Jr., and Miss
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day evening at the home of the brlde'a
parenta. Only the Intimate friends and
relativea were present. Rev. W. McK.ee
performed the ceremony.
NEBRASKA CITY Otto Jensen, a young
business man of this city, waa married
last night to Miss Mary Oray at the
home of the bride's mother. Mra. II.
Hendrlch, at 222 South Twenty-eecond
street. Rev. Philip Tester officiating. The
young couple will make their horns at
Sixth avenue and Eighth atreet.
AUBURN Mrs. Wealthy Dundaa, wife
of John H. Dundaa; editor of the Granger,
met with quite an accident here today.
She had been at the Granger office and
while getting In the buggy the horse sud
denly started and caught her arm In the
wheel and threw her down, breaking the
arm In two places near the elbow.
NEBRASKA CITY James H. Johnson
haa hied a personal damage claim against
Otoe county for tl.000. He cla'tns to have
been Injured as a result of falling through
n alleged defective bridge In Osage pre
cinct. His claim la Itemised aa follows:
Medical expenses. $60; losa of time, $160; fi
re farm help, 1160: pain and anguish, tnM
FREMONT Employes of the "surfaclni?
gang' on the Great Northern have made
business lively in police court this week.
The high water mark was reached this
morning when eleven were lined up for
being drunk and dlaorderly, every one of
ON AND OFF
LUCE A COAT
That is the point in
TUa aasimai haa aW Mttaoiv In Sat 1 si
naSias aham tuM aat anal auaa aaav
is wtias sod ouajv-taat iauica,
II.1D ss4 mors
CLUETT, PCABOOV V CO.
I Haaafs af Ccllavs as4 Salraj at SaaaTavaa.
fl'rl during thia month! If so, we
u uu u u uu ULra
Foolish old superstition that,
about having to get a new hat
for Easter to avoid bad lack. ,
We know you don't believe
it, but you'll want the new hat
just the same. tA
THE YOU MAN
Our greatest coup consisted in securing the sole
agency for this premium of hats
THE ERG-SWAN SON SPECIAL
Made up especially for us, easily a $3.50 value A rn
Oar showing of Easter Ties Is, Indeed, a beanty show. We nck
dressings selected specially for Easter trade. We've all the correct and
handsome shapes from the shops of THE MOST NOTED MAKERS,
Come here, sir, for your Easter Ua. You'll get the correct thing.
"...I'll'. SOc and 75c
Now is the time to get first choice, and the best time of
all to select ypur spring and summer 6hirts. . -
CORRECT DRE88 fOR Mt;i AND BOYS.
whom aald ha waa a Great Northern tm-
?loye and that he was drunk and "busted."
esterduy morning there were seven of
the same kind. There have been over
thirty of them up this week and the police
are gsttlng disgusted with them.
"PlATTSMOCTH Marcella C. Moore
Black, wife of Charles E. Black, died at
her home In thla city last evening with
apoplexy, after a short Illness. Deceased
was born In Msnstleld, O., May 12, 1852.
Besides a husband, two daughters survive
her. Rev. J H. Salsburv will conduct the
funeral services In the late residence Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
SUPERIOR A fair vote was polled at
the election and resulted In the following
choice: Mayor, C. E. Adams; clerk, W.
W. Hopper; treasurer, W. A. Myers; en
gineer, W. H. Green. Councinirien chosen
were: First ward. B. Duwe: Second ward,
O. B. Berry; Third ward. C. E. Dedrtrh.
For membera of board of education, W. W.
Klndall and George Scoullar were elected.
BEATRICE Joan Youcam of Falla City,
charged with unlawfully having fish In his
poHSesslon. was given his hearing this aft
ernoon in the county court, and at tho close
of the trial was released by Judge Spafford.
The court found that Mr. Youcam came In
possession of the fish legally in Missouri
and had a perfect riirht to bring them Into
Nebraska. Game Warden Carter and Deputy
Game Warden Hunger of Lincoln were here
to prosecute the case.
NEBRASKA CITY-Last night burglars
broke Into 8. Goldberg's clothing store ami
stole about tMO worth of clothing. En
trance was gained through the cellar, the
burglars using a heavy crowbar to break
open tha doora. About one week ago an
attempt waa made to rob the atore, but
the would-be burglara were frightened
away. The thieves were familiar with the
store, aa only the finest of cloihea and fur
nishings were taken.
BEATRICE Yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the home of the bride'a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Von Steen, three
miles west of Beatrice, whs solemnized tho
marriage of Miss Emily Von Steen to Mr.
Frank Thlmm, Rev. Gerhard officiating.
The ceremony was witnesed by nearly
two hundred guests, after which a wedding
dinner was served. The bride and groom
are among the prominent Mennonltes of
this county and they will make their home
upon the Penner farm west of the city.
NECTtAKA CITY-Attorney D. XV. Liv
ingston, representing the minority bond
holders of the Nebraska City Water and
Light cyppany, sus he will file in the dlx
Wict enun this week a petition asking for
the appointment of a receiver. Mr. Liv
ingston aya the petition will allege that
the coTtrpany is bonded for (ym.UuU and Is
assrie for 176.i. that no Interest has
been paid on the bonds since 1'1 and that
the officers are diverting the money of the
company from the bondholders.
PLATT8 MOUTH The Missouri Pacific
Industrial car In charge of S. K. Young,
agricultural and horticultural agent arrived
In thia city this forenoon with the passen
ger train from Omaha and remained on a
aide track during tha day. The car la
STORE BLOSSOMS IN
SI. 1.50 to 2.50
operated- on lines of that company im
aeven atatea In each state they co-operate
with the agricultural college and experi
mental stations, lu conducting farmers'
meetings for the purpose of encouraging;
better methods of agriculture and stock
growing, thereby Increasing yields and Im.
proving the quality. There are 1.6uu dlf- '
ferent types of farm products In the car.
BEATRICE A Union Paclflo official at
thla point yesterday atated that he would
not be much surprised If the company or
dered the removal of the division atation
from Beatrice to Maryavllle, Kan., within
the next three montha. The reason given
for the proposed change Is that Maryavilla
la located about midway between Kansas
City and Lincoln and In making it a ter
minus for the Marysvllle-Topeka cutoff it
would be to the company's Interest to
transfer the division atation from Baairtas)
to that point.
Ask your doctor if when
he orders a patient to drink
lots of pure milk he advises
the addition of a large
quantity of whiskey. He'll
tell you "no" very emphati
cally. Yet there are people
who, when ordered to get
Scott's Emulsion, will accept
gome wine, cordial or extract
of cod liver oil and think it is
the same thing or better. If
you want and need cod liver
oil in its best, purest and
most easily digested form, get
Scott's Emulsion. If you
want whiskey, that's another
matter, but don't look for the
same results. ,
COTT ft MW(H, oa read at Maw Tata
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