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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1906.
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PLOTTERS MAKE BOGUS COIN
ynmtii', fcTlotioBiU Make Qhmt
Monet t TinanM Upriiinc.
FOUR ARRESTS MADE IN NEW YORK
Conspirators Expected tm Lea-atlse
the Isaac) If They Oat Coatrol
NEW TORK. Aug. H On a chaw of
making dies to counterfeit the standard
liver dollnr nf Venesueta, to finance a rev
olution In (hnt country, secret service of-
-; j nc-n to-aay arrestea rnptAin oeorge Boyn-
n-eo corporation of Venezuela, and L. M.
Thrmponn, an attorney, both of thia ctty
Brth prisoners were admitted t ball In
5.r. Joseph Keller and 81ilney A. Keller
nf Keller Bros., die makera, were also ar.
rested In connection with the case.
.The two principals In the caee aver that
the plan to duplicate Veneauelan money
not counterfeiting. Later. If the revo
lution proved successful, they eald. It was
expected to legalise, this lasue of money
both by executive derree'snd by act of the
Venezuelan junta. The accused men char
aeterlie this plan aa a "war measure."
They also allege that half of ttSouth
American rifting are similarly financed.
Si Important did the federal authorities
regard the arrests that Chief Wllkle of
the secret service came over from Wash
ington to be personally on the ground when
the men were apprehended.
Flans of the Plotters.
The atnry of the arrests and the facta
leading up to them are Interesting. Accord
Ins to Chief Wllkle, Captain Boynton came
to New York In June last to finance and
lay the preliminary plana for a revolution
against President Castro. He had with him
nn authorlzntlon which purported to bear
the signature of leading revolutionists, ap
pointing Mm special commissioner to Amer.
Ira with power to do' practically anything
everything to get 'n movement
ed. V '
ntnln Boynton. It la said, haa been for
wir i , . - s .
adjour ' "ocal and - sldent manager of
.1 unnoco association, capiianzea ai
yjjj.OOft, and tontroHtna; practically the en-
!!,. Orinoco delta. It la charged that when
jangad"'" Boyi'01' came to New Tork In
IjiaU ft t0 Pt tne "N'"8 revolution on foot
IMtinl .undertook to put In operation a plan
0mjn liar to that by which the uprising
rJnet Don Pedro of Braall waa aald to
Ulay'B bn financed, that of getting dlea,
ing bullion and. turning out what silver
lalatloJ w neceeaary. Later, If the move-
proved auccessful, the Issue could be
. illxed; If unsuccessful, no one would be
r All ' T vr... "
.7 P made of the same fineness aa those
tilnrly coined by the government.
ThompSoa Beeomee Interested,
some way Captain Boynton met Law
Thompson, an old acquaintance, and in
tended ted htm In the revolution. The captain
Aside I he wanted to find a man who would
Mayor once 110,000 with which to buy the sliver
tral 00' ion. To such a man, the captain aald,
till th um of 15,000 would be returned if the
ement agalnat Caatro proved sucoess-
J Lawyer Thompson had difficulty In
a WJr men of. mean, and Anally ap-
tT"1. cached some men described aa sporting
'"n. One of these called to see Chle,f
J,ljynn and talked with him about it. There
ptlnci - federal law nrotrctlna? the mlnm nt
nations, and Chief Flynn decided to
" Thia morning the men were arraigned and
j """"leased In $6,000 bail each.
IT"" The two men, If convicted, may bo
mwWM iiiiu iu iivo jremrm;,iinpriaunmeai lor
iwnt "- "" ... .
t-i lendly power. k. .'. " . '." ', .
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i Tart 1 1 1 w uj c wsmni woo sworn
V Wouldtaln,t tn tw0 Kellers, at whose eetab
f-ta- thment other dlea were found. The were
jot a, ralgned before Commissioner Rldgeway
'nd held in 11.600 cash hall for havlna- the
I an. "unte'"felt dies In their possession.
, -,a"irnlshed bail.
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t BASS' PUT ON BOLD FRONT
(Continued from First Page.)
:0 .hto an ll'.-tltned engagement with a far su
tot Tior detachment, with the result that he
''lursued by. a portion of the enemy. The
jural guard took refuge in their quarters
nd Ouerra s men remained In possession
m. v.a. n 11. iwvil tfialll uuicill
j - iiaa a no i neni wrni me insurgents unaer
puerra and other Insurgent commandera.
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iiu rrpvnn uiai wrcru wore aiiiea or
aenttV ... .....
Th annwp oia noireuu me lown. Accoraing
o other fragmentary reports the Insurgents
continue in possession of Ban Lula Rail'
road trains have not been Interfered with.
One hundred recruits were started west
ward, thl evening on a special train, but It
1 not likely that they will be permitted to
reach Baa Lula, where a detachment of
100 recrutta on the way to Guinea had a
alight encounter to-day with inaurgenta.
but no one on either aide waa hurt. An
hla t'attempt la being made with 200 mounted
JV' rural guarde and regulara to corner Quen
at tan tin Bander, who, with 180 snen, la contlnu
ithe Ing his dodging taotlcs in the western part
the . nf ha nrovlnoa of M
5 he 1 anda of Inaurgenta are out In the province
M W of Santa Clara. The Inaurgenta appear to
jHb growing, but .the loyal lata of the towns
griajL claim that they will be able to resist the
lor i movement. '. .
traetli fsn Inaurrertlnnarv mwnmimt tm r.nnrt.
, T , - VV.-.W
' v. Jn ths province of Matanasaa, which
tart-Tl atrvnghol4 of tha moderate party,
JT"Myond a. band of 'twenty, and none In
eastern provinces excepting the
... band of Enrique Mesa, which for weeks
3 J 'ww yurvutl til Dnuaso.
r tk7 I"Varents Killed.
UmJ The government's later reports from San
i MOKE THAN MONEY
, A Mlwlator Talks Aboat Crape-Nate,
"Mr first stomach trouble began back In
Wrtlea a minister tn Neb., "reaultlng
from hasty eMtlng.and eating too much.
found no relief from medicine and grew so
bad that all food gave ma great distress
"It was that sore, gnawing, hungry feel
Ing in my stomach that was so distressing
and I became a sloJi man. Ora'pa-Nuts was
recommended as 'a food that could be
'Jjeavlng tha pld, diet that had given ma
so much trouble, I began to eat Grape-Nuts
with a Uttle cream and augar. The change
preita) effected in 24 hours waa truly remarkable.
ar.a in a few weeks i waa back to health
again. . .
''Mr work aa a minister calla ma away
Xrpip huroe a great deal, and recently
drifted back to fat meat and Indigestible
foods, which put mo again oa ths alek list
"So I went back to Grape-Nuts and cream
and In four days I waa put right again.
The old dull headaches' are gone, atomaoh
comfortable, head clear, and It la a delight
to pursue my studies and work.
Orape-Nuta food- is worth more than
money to mo and I hop this may Induo
eotao. sufferer' to folia w tho same course
I haTo." - , :,
Name given by Post urn Co, Battle Creek.
Share's a reason."
Road the little hook "The Road Ui
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Lul. which significantly are .dater from
Plnar del Rio, are to the effect that Major
Laurent, In this afternoon's engagement,
killed four Insurgents and captured a few
horses and munitions. The major haa not
yet arrived at Plnar del Rio.
A telegram to the government late to
night stated that Major Laurent, with Ml
dftachment of rural guards, fought Ouer
rera and hla men for three hours thlf
afternoon, completely defeating him. kill
ing or wounding many Insurgents and tak
ing three prisoners. The dispatch adda
that the rebels dispersed In all directions,
being chased long dlstancea. None of the
rural guards was hurt. Another portion
of the Insurgent forces continues In oc
cupation of San Lula.
There Is an unconfirmed report from
Plnar del Rio that Lieutenant Ascay waa
captured and that only nine of hla de
tachment reached Plnar del Rip.
General florae Arrested.
General Joee Miguel Gomel, who waa ar
rested Tuesday, was formerly governor of
Santa Clara province and was the liberal
candidate for Vie presidency last year. He
la expected to arrive In Havana early to
morrow. Palma Is Hot Alarsned.
President Palma, In an Interview with
the correspondent of the Associated Press
to-day, said: ,
"Our situation at first waa one of unpre
paredness, aa Is usual In such casea. But
there Is positively no cause for alarm. The
movement In Santa Clara province la small,
In Matanaas It la trifling and the bands In
Plnar del Rio are smaller than reported
and poorly led."
A new party of fifty Insurgents appeared
to-day at Santa Crus del Norte, Havana
STENSLAND NOT IN MEXICO
Report of Arrest of Suspect Near
Paso la Ofllelally
EL PASO, Texaa. Aug. 22. At t o'clock
today Chief of Police Antonio Ponde de
Leon of Cludad Juarei, oppoelte El Paso,
received the following message from Aguaa
No truth In report of arrest here of
Paul O. Stensland, embezzling Chicago
banker. No man that description here."
CHICAGO. Aug. 22. -Chief of Police Col
lins la awaiting information from Governor
Deneen concerning a man aald to resemble
Paul O. Stensland, who waa seen at Aguaa
Callentes, Mex., last night Chief Collin
communicated with Governor Deneen, tax
ing him to order the arrest of the man.
''I expect to receive an answer at any
moment," aald Chief Collins. "My Infor
mation seems to be good and I believe
that the man la Stensland. The governot
haa promised to communicate with me if
he obtained any information concerning
MANCHURIA FAST ON REEF
Little Prospect of Getting; the
Big Liner OS the
HONOLULU. Aug. 22. The Manchuria
remains on the reef where It struck. An
chors are being put out to prevent It from
drifting further toward the ahore. The
revenue cutter Manning la the only vessel
now tugging at the big steamer. The ca
bleshlp Restorer, which has powerful en
gines, has gone to the scene and will ren
der all the assistance possible. The Man
churla's compartments have purposely been
filled with water to make It rest more
firmly and prevent further damage. It la
believed that It cannot be floated before
the arrival of assistance from the American
ooast. If ever.
H. H. Wodehouse, representing Lloyds,
baa-gone to the scene. The steamer Ala
meda, which started for Ban-Francisco to
day, Is now paaslng quite , close to the
stranded steamer. .
Albert O. Lane.
CHICAGO, Aug. 22. Albert G. Lane, one
of the most widely known educators In the
west, died at his home here today, follow
ing an attack of nervous prostration. Mr.
Lane waa born and educated In Chicago.
He waa at one time president of the Na
tional Educational association and of the
Illinois Stats Teachers' association. He
waa (S years of age.
Mrs. Lena MeMamara. '
LINCOLN, Aug. 21 (Special Telegram.)
-Mrs. Lena Meyer McNamara, wife of
Arthur McNamara , and sister-in-law of
Mr. S. D. Barkalow of Omaha, died Tues
day night at the Lincoln Sanitarium of
heart failure. Mrs. McNamara waa well
known In Omaha, where , she hao many
Aaroa Elmer Ashbroolc.
KANSAS , CITY, Aug. 22.-Aa.ron Elmer
Aahbrook, one of the leading horse ahow
promoters of the United Statea and editor
of the Bit and Spur, a Chicago publication,
died suddenly at his home In this city to
night of heart disease, aged 46 years.
NIOBRARA, Neb,, Aug. 22. (Special Tel
egram.) Herko Kover, one of Knox eoun-
ty'a oldest settlers, died tonight after a
lingering Illness, aged IS. 'He belonged to
tha staff of Governors Holcomb and Diet
rich. Earl of Levin and Melville.
LONDON. , Aug. 22. The earl of Levin
and Melville, lord high commissioner of
the general aaeembly of the Church of
Scotland and keeper of the privy seal of
Scotland, died today, tie waa born In 1836.
NORFOLK, Neb., Aug. 22. Miss Willa C.
Allen, daughter of former United States
Senator WHllam V. Allen, waa today mar
ried at the family home at Madison to
William L. Dowllng, superintendent of
schools at Clay Center, Neb.
Aaaoaaeemeat of.the Theaters.
The final touches have been given the
renovation of the Burwood theater this
week, and the cosy little house Is as neat
and clean aa a brand new pin. It will be
the same bright and attractive place aa
of yore, when lta aeaaon open on Saturday
night. Several little ' Improvements and
change, (Uggeeted by . last season's ex
perience, have been made to he end that
the 'patrons will be more comfortable than
ever. The company, with the old favorites
all In line, will reach Omaha on Saturday
morning, and that evening will open the
season of 190S-7. with a flne performance
of -The Charity Ball."
Tha latest and by far th best melo
dramatic production of ths season Is E. J.
Carpenter's "At Cripple Creek," to be
presented at the Krug theater Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, with a Saturday
matinee. , The play abounda In strong
dramatic situations and powerful climaxes,
all deftly arrived at by legitimate means,
with the assistance of mechanical effects
and stare carpentry. Good comedy Is
furnished by the amusing love affairs of
Belle and Joe. also by tha broad comedy
of Bea White, "Always Beea Black." whose
loyalty to Joe through all hla v1ci4tude
form a splendid to tho treachery of Martin
. If you have anything to trade advertise
It la the For Exchange col tuua of The
Bos Want Ad page.
INSURANCE MEN MEETING
Conference of Etata Cffioiali Draftinc Ntw
Lawi at St PanL
TO PREVENT POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
Committee Report BacaTeata that Pro
hibition Extend to Aaeata, with
Forfeits re of License
ST. PAUL, Aug. 2S. Insurance commis
sioners and attorney generals of a num
ber of states met to-day at the new state
capltol to aubmlt and discuss a uniform
code of Insurance laws which the aeveral
state legislatures of the United State will
be asked to adopt at their next session.
R. K. Folk of Tennessee, chairman of
the committee on salaries and vouchers,
submitted the draft of the law forbidding
campaign contributions and legislative par
ticipation and providing for the utmost
publicity when vouchers are involved.
The committee will be In session sev
Two sections of the proposed uniform
Insurance code, which were under consid
eration by a committee composed of gov
ernor and attorney general at Chicago
March 20, last, were adopted at the first
session today In the senate chamber of
the state capltol. 1
R. E. Folk of Knoxvllle. Tenn., chair
man of the committee of prohibition of po
litical contributions, read a report cover
ing this Subject, which wa adopted, pro
viding that no fund shall be contributed
by the agent of Insurance companies to
Text of Recommendations.
The report in part 1 aa follow:
No Insurance comnanv dntno' business In
this state shall, directly or Indirectly. Day
or use or offer any money on property In
aid of any political party, committee or
organization, or Indemnification of any per
son for property so used. Any officer, di
rector, stockholder, attorney or agents of
any corporation who violates this section
snail tx guilty or a misdemeanor and pun
ishment by Imprisonment and a fine of not
more than $1,000.
The license of any company or associa
tion found guilty of violating thia section
may be suspended or revoked In the dis
cretion of the Insurance commissioner.
The prohibition, which Is drawn up along
the lines of the New York law, provtdea
that no person shall be excused from tes
tifying or producing any books, papers or
other document before any court or mag
istrate upon the ground that the testimony
required of him, may tend to convict him
of a crime or to subject him to a penalty.
Limitations on Salaries.
The commissioners took under considera
tion the report of the committee on Sal
aries. The report recommended the In
corporation of a provision providing that
any salary, compensation or emolument to
any employe of the company In any year
to more than $5,000 shall be fixed by the
board of director and not for a longer
period than one year. The provision also
provides that no pension shall be granted
to any officer or director, and provide
that no agreement shall be made whereby
an employe shall receive a salary for a
longer period than one year. The legal
committee will report whether thl act
prohibits renewal contracts, and It It doe
an amendment will be Incorporated to al
low the making of renewal contracts for
A second section was passed, which pro
vides that every disbursement of tlOt) or
more be made on voucher,- setting forth ex
pressly- an itemized account.
PROTEST AGAINST A BRIDGE
Kansas City Merchants Do Hot Want
Another Span Otrr ', JMs " .
'. soarl River.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 23. A mass meet
ing, called by the Commercial club, waa
held here today to enter a formal protest
against the erection of a bridge acrosa
the Missouri river at the foot of Walnut
steet, projected by the Kansas City, St
Joseph & Excelsior Springs railway and
already approved by the War department.
Buslneas men who are working to estab-
llah-a freight line on the Missouri river be
tween Kansas City and St. Louis assert
that " the proposed bridge would, because
of lta proximity to other bridges, obstruct
Resolution were adopted declaring that
the construction of the proposed new bridge
threatened permanent Injury; It not com
plete destruction of 'the Kansas City har
bor;" protesting against the action of the
War department and recommending that
Immediate steps be taken towards securing
reconsideration of It approval of the
United States Senator William Wamer,
Congressman E. C. Ellis, J. B. Robertson
president of the Commercial club, and the
heada of several civil organisations who
were present promised to aak the War de
partment for the rehearing.
THAW IS TO PLEAD INSANITJ
Ptttshars Maa Will Allege Ho
Regained sanity tlnoe
NEW TORK, Aug. 22. A decision waa
reached today by the attorneys for Harry
K. Thaw that Thaw's defense to ths
chargs of killing Stanford White wHl be a
plea of emotional Insanity. Thia will In
elude aa part of the defense the deolsra
tlon that Thaw'a Insanity existed only
until after White was killed and that Thaw
la not? cane again and haa been since tiie
The decU n to make the plea was made
after the rep. -ta of two allents who via
ited Thaw yesu "lay had been communi
cated to Clifford T Hartrldge, Thaw's
It la decided also, today, that Mrs. Harry
K. Thaw will be the chief witness of
the defense In Its effort to prove that
Thaw waa Insane when he killed Wulte
The plea Insisted upon by Thaw' former
counsel Included the admission that he
now Insane, and If accepted by the court
and Jury would have caused hla confinement
In an Insane asylum. The plea now decided
upon makes no such admission.
GALBRAITH ON THE STAND
Alleged Mlssoarl Lyncher Says
Took No Part la Spring,
SPRINGFIELD. Mo.. Aug. II. Do
Galbralth, the alleged mob leader, ttok
the stand today In his own hehaif, to
prove that he was not active In tha lynch
ing of the three negroes taken from the
Jail here in April last and strung up In
ths publio square, Galbralth declared
emphatically that he did not reach tha
public square until after tha first negro
had been hanged and while members of
tha mob were drawing up the second
negro. He declared that h was at his
home at 11 o'clock, before th third negro
The spectators applauded loudly when
Galbralth left th stand.
After the defense had Introduced half a
dosen witnesses and closed Its ease tha
stats presented Sheriff Horn ell In rebuttal.
Homell testified that he saw Galbralth
with th mob at th JaiL The arguments
probably will be finished and th ease given
to the Jury tomorrow.
IEWS OF NEBRASKA.
ADAM8 A mlaslonary lecture on Chin.
at the Presbyterian church, was appre
ciated by the congregation Sunday night.
BEATRICE The Plckrell bail team was
defeated at Pawnee City yesterday by
the score of to I.
BKATR1CE The Beatrice Oun club h-n
reorganised and leased grounds north of
the city, where It will hold regular shool
during the remainder of the aummer.
ADAMS Tha B. ft M. Milling company
has completed their large storing room,
making fhe building on the track aid"
120 feet long. The store room 1 2 xlO
DAVID CITY-John Verhak of Morse
Blurts and Mrs. Joale Faytlnger of Lln
wood. were united In marriage Tuesday
foienbon by County Jude Roper In hi
ADAM3 The fine peach crop, raised on
Will' Bryson's farm one-half mile from
town. Is Just harvested. The peacliei
are a large aa California fruit and tha
crop 1 Immense.
ADAMS The Hayes-Eames Elevatojr
company have placed a new fifteen horse
power gasoline engine In their elevator,
which will enable them to handle their
grain In fine shape.
PAPILUON--Great preparations are be
ing made by the local committer for the
old settler' picnic to be held in the grove
here tomorrow. Bunting and flags are be
ing used In profusion.
BEATRICE The butcher and grocers
ot thl city played a game of bal) at the
Driving park last evening, the content
being ' witnessed by a large crowd. The
butcher won by a score of it to 14.
ADAMS Prices on land In western Ne
braska have attracted the attention ot a
number of farmers, who wish to Invest
their surplus capital In real estate. Sev
eral parties left today for the extreme
BEATRICE W. II. Klmberly of Lin
coln, state superintendent ot ihe Ameri
can Sunday School union, waa in the ci'y
yesterday making plana to hold a meet-
ng of the missionaries of the union in
Beatrice next month.
BEATRICE The Capitol Beach com
pany of Lincoln, yesterday purchased the
Dig launch neat rice, or cnaries j. jonos.
Consideration, $1,000. The boat was oated
ahead until August 28, hence It will not
be delivered until August 29.
COLUMBUS Mrs. H. J. Hudson, one of
the earlleKt settlers of Platte county, died
this morning. She Was about 80 years old.
waa the widow or tne late Judge H. J.
Hudson, who was rb well known through
out the state and who died several years
BEATRICE Yesterday Mrs. Lillian
Barnea, who haa been an inmate ot ui
Institution for Feeble Minded Youth ."ir
about eight years, was adjudged Ins ins
and ordered sent to the asylum. She waa
taken to Ltlncoln yesterday aiternoon oy
Deputy Sheriff J. T. Moore.
BEATRICE G. L. Cole left yesterday
for Kidney, Fremont county, la., his old
home, where he will attend the county
reunion of the Grand Army of the Re
public. The surviving members of the
Twenty-ninth Iowa Infantry, of which Mr.
Cole waa a member, will be in attendance
at the reunion.
BEATRICE The funeral over the re
mains of Harry Elwood, who committed
suicide here Monday morning, wa . held
yesterday afternoon - from the family
home. The services were In charge ui'
Rev. T. L. Swan and -were largely at
tended. Interment waa In Evergreen cem
BEATRICE At a special meeting of the
Board of Education last evening, C. E.
Temple of Apex, Colo., a graduate of tho
Nebraska Slate university and the Mis
souri State normal, Waa elected science
teacher In the Beatrice Hla-h school, to
ucceed H. M. Garrett, who wa recently
TEKAMAH The horse stolen from the
barn of G. A. Crannell, a farmer living
four mile south of this place, last Fri
day night, was found this morning in a
pasture three miles east of Hooper. No
clue to the thief haa been obtained. The
saddle and bridle which were taken at
the same time are still missing.
DAVID CITY Ferdinand Huska, better
known aa the shoemaker, who has been In
poor health for some time past and who
was taken to the hospital in Lincoln about
two week ago, died, at that place last
Sunday. . M. J. Bouee went down Monday
morning and brought the remains home
in the evening. ... xne funeral was neia
Tuesday. . i . .
McCOOJS Two records were broken this
week, , in MOook.ioi 'First, Judge R.
Orri.of the district cDurt I nmue a new
record in the district Vourt of this county
by naturalizing thirty-four citizens' m out
day. under the new" law.'- Secondly, the
McCook postofflce fractured all records
In its money department by issuing l.uoO
worth or money orders in one iuay, or
whlhc $2,000 were International, destlnod
STROMSBURG The Polk county fra
ternal picnic was held here today and was
largely attended. Hon. George W. Beige
and Ralph EX Johnson of Lincoln were the
speaker, rne BiromsDurg Dana ana tne
Second regimental band of Osceola fur
nished the mimic The Hawthorne bell
ringers of Boston gave two concerts In
the City park. The .ball game by Osceola
and Stromsburg resulted In a victory for
the local team by a score of 8 to 7.
DAVID -CITY-W. E. Hewlt of this city
received a message Tuesday from Spokane,
Wash., announcing the death of hla
brother. Dr. I. W. Hewit, who died at that
place of Brlght's disease. The doctor was
well known in Butler county, having -practiced
medicine at Bell wood for a good
many years, up to about three years ago,
wnen he moved, with his family, to ths
above named place. He leaves a wife, one
son and three daughters to mourn his loss.
BEATRICE The southwestern No
braaka Grand Army of the Republic rf
union opened at Wy more yesterday, in
Horseshoe park, for a run of tour day.
Considering the intense heat the attend
ance waa quite large for the first day.
In the afternoon at t o'clock Mayor Arch
ard delivered the address of welcome, fol
lowed by a concert by the Wymoi Mill
tary. band. In the evening Hon. Adam
McMullen addressed the veterans, fol
lowed by campflre talks and a conceit
by the band. During the reunion ex
Lleutenant Governor C. F. Steele of Fair
bury, George Berge of Lincoln and other
prominent Nebraskans will appear on the
BEATRICE At an early hour yeater
day the home of Charles Engel, i,yd! I
Conner and Frank Lenhart on North
Fourth street, were entered almost simul
taneously by robber, who were frightened
away before securing anything of value.
Mr. Lenhart. upon hearing one of the in
truders In hi heme, seised his rifle and
commanded the robber to hold ua his
hands. He refused to obey. Jumped
through a window and escaped. Mr. Len
hart pulled the gun to hi snoulder mi l
snapped It aa the robber went through
the window, but discovered later that he
had failed to load it. The officers are
trying to locate the guilty parties.
APPOINTMENTS BY METHODISTS
Wyomlnar Mlssloa Conference Closes
Seesloa at Wheat
land. WHEATLAND. Wyo.. Aug. . Speclal.)
The Methodist Episcopal conference ot
the Wyoming station closed yesterday after
a five-day session, with the appointment of
pastor aa follows: Superintendent. John C,
Blckel. Ph. D., Cheyenne; Bear Creek, to
be supplied; Basin and Worland, J. H. Gil
lespie; Big Horn, to be supplied; Buffalo,
J. K. Hicks; Casper. L. C. Thompson;
Cheyenne. E. C. Jordan; Cody, 8. L. Cates;
Diets, C. E. Fenton; Douglas, P. N. Fredln;
Encampment, J. W. Taylor; Evanaton, J.
J. Blcka; Hanna, William Hints; Kem
merer, to be supplied; latnder, E. C. An
derson; Laramie. J. T. Pierce; Manvllle and
Guernsey, W. 8. Toung; Newcastle and
Cambria, W. R. Dunn; Rawllna, J. W. He
Creery; Rock Springs. I. W. Klngsley;
Sheridan, to be supplied; Shoshonl and Lost
Cabin, J. D. Skaggs; Ten Sleep, to be sup
piled; Thermopolls. to be supplied; Wheat
land. C. I Butler.
Bad Me a Phetuttrasbed.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Aug. H-8peclal
Telegram.) Martin, Ryan and Wade, the
three criminal who made such a sensa
tional escape from ths county Jail yester
day morning and were captured three
hfure later by th sheriff's officers, have
at last submitted to being photographed
at th point of a gua. 4 Af ter they had
broken a fine camera and doing other dla-
agreeable things. Sheriff Richardson con
cluded to stand no more nonsense and
marched them, under a heavily armed
guaj-d, to Taylor's studio, where good
negatives were obtalaed of all three.
(Continued from First Page.)
latter began his campaign throughout th
state more than fourteen months ago. He
opposed Mr. Howell with the charge of
being the representative of the eo-called
For the remainder of the state ticket there
was little opposition, all the Incumbents
of the various state office being candi
dates for re-election.
Senator Bacon was unopposed. The state
convention will be ijeld at Macon Septem
FUNERAL OFJSR. COLEMAN
Services Israel y Attended nnd Flornl
Trlbntes by Friends and Asso- I
rtntra Are Nameroos.
The funeral of the late George R. Cole
ms.n took place at 2 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon from his late home, 3311 Cali
fornia street. The services were largely at
tended and were conducted by Rev. H. C.
Herring of the First Congregational church,
of which organisation Mr. Coleman was a
member. The services were of Impressive
Interest. he music consisted of a solo by
Mr. Degraff and a duet by Mr. Dc graft
and Ml Foley. The floral 'tributes were
numerou and beautiful. One waa a large,
broken, flornl wheel from Mr. Coleman'a
associate of the loan companies.
Interment was made In Forest Lawn
George R. Coleman died On Sunday,
August 19, after an extended Illness of
tuberculosis of the spine. He was 39 ycara
of age and had been a resident of Omaha
for about sixteen yt-ars. He waa mannger
of the Omaha Mortgage and Loan company
for about fourteen years. He was a popu
lar man. He is survived by his wife and
four children, the youngest of which Is 4
years ot age. Mr. Coleman was a native
of Iowa, i
The pallbearers at the funeral were:
E. L. Bradley, P. O. Nielsen, A. R. Christie,
A. Koppenhaven, D. S. Prall and H. R.
BRIDAL PAIR DEAF AND DUMB
Weddlns; Results from Renewal of
Acquaintance Beann . la State
School Ten Years Alto.
The marriage of Charles A. Kluge of
Cheney and Emma C. Luhn of Falla City
Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. J.
H. Hadkinson, near Benson, close a brief
courtship conducted in the sign language,
aa both of the contracting parties are deaf
and dumb. Mr. Kluge, In spite of his de
fect. Is a prosperous farmer, and, like hi
bride, waa at one time a student tn the
Deaf and Dumb Institute of thl city. The
ceremony will be performed by Rev. Rich
ard L. Purdy of the Clifton Hill Presby
terian church, with Superintendent Stew
art of the Institute a interpreter.
Mr. Kluge and Miss Luhn began their
acquaintance when they were students In
tire Institute. In 1896 Mr. Kluge gradu
ated and went to Cheney, where he began
farming. Miss Luhn was In school for
some time, but did not graduate. Recently
she has been employed In the home of Mrs,
Hadkinson. When Mr. Kluge became mat
rimonially Inclined he began a correspond
ence with hla old schoolmate and three
days ago came to Omaha to see her. The
vlelt resulted In the determination to wed.
They eeured the license yesterday after
noon and while In the county judge'a of
fice conversed with each other with their
They will live on Mr. Kluge' farm, near
. ttrii (uu i;i Hvtie
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That's because Malta-Vita, the only malted whole
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VICE GOVERNOR IN A HURRY
Geaeral dmlth Will Go to tho Philip,
pines oa Transport from
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22. Vice Governor
General James F. Smith of the Philippines,
who wa on the steamer Manchuria when
It went aground near Honolulu, advised
the War department today that the
steamer Korea la expected to take the
Manchuria's passenger to the far east.
Permission he been mnt to Vice Gov
ernor Smith by the War department to
board the transport Logan, which should
arrive In Honolulu today. Unless the
teamer Korea la arranging to go on a
special trip for the accommodation of the
Manchuria' passenger persons sailing on
It from Honolulu will not be able to reach
Manila until after September 30, the dto
when Mr.' Smith should be In the Islands
for hi Inauguration a governor general
to succeed Mr. Ide.
Dnrrat I High Gnn, with
lOfl on Second liny.
DENVER, Aug. 22. "fhe first day's pro
gram of the western trap shooting tourna
ment, which, owing to the unusually large
number of entries, was carried over from
yesterday, was completed late today. The
second day's program waa started, but rain
and a cloudy sky made good scores impos
sible, with the result that the few scores
made were not announced. Tomorrow the
shooting will be completed.
Entries for the western handicap nt In
animate targets closed tonight with 200 on
The leading score tods y at 200 targets
follow: George Rogers. Ml; C. H. Young.
191; W. Huff. m Bob Conley. 1!B; H. II.
Taylor. 19; E. W. Arnold. 191; Albert Olson,
192; Crosby, 191; Durrat. 196.
Two Sew Automobile Rerord.a
PHILADELPHIA. Aug 22. A new
world's record for automobiles for fifty
miles was establlhed on the Point Breeze
track here today by E. R. Kelly of this
city. Kelly covered the distance in 1;$19.
Barney Oldflcld established a now track
record for one mile, finishing In 1:02. Barney
Oldflcld and Eddlc Bald were the only
starters in the final heat nf the Atlantic
City sweepntakes for a prize of $2,000. The
distance was five miles and Bald won. Time;
How would you like to run a tesm In the
American association, where White Wings
dominated three of themT
Denver seems to have the faculty of get
ting catchers that can bat. welghardt
and r.arusky rxitn can nit tne Dan.
Holland is having to divide honors with
Collins In the1 gallery this year. Collins'
new shoes offset the cut of Holland' trous
ers. Butch Freese missed his train at Lin
coln, but came up. In an automobile In
time to catch the. train for Sioux City
No Omaha player Is left In the main
flight of the tennis tournament. Jack
Hughes stayed the longest, but he had to
go when he met Collins.
One section of the country writes In that
prairie chickens are scarce and another says
they won't get out of the road, that you
can't walk without stepping on them.
Take your choice.
Chicago has now Increased the lead to
75 over New York. The pennant will soon
be conceded. The Cubs seem to have a
team not given to injury. They are in the
game all the time.
With Tebeau and Cantlllon running four
teams between them In the American as
sociation, and Cantlllon and Tebeau domi
nating two In the Western league, how
would you like to own a club in orfo of
these two organisations? H i the devil and
the deep blue sea.
A. J. Latey, a member of the Rod and
Oun club, hooked a five-pound bass at
Cut-Off lake Tuesday night, using a frog
on a casting rod. He had a hard time
landing the big fish nnd wue aided by the
fact he got the strike In water clear of
weeds. He had another large tlah on the
hook, but failed to get It into hla boat.
This Is the largest baas captured for sev
eral weeks, though strings of smaller fish
are beginning to be common again. The
big fellow created considerable Interest
among the 500 or more people who attended
the concert of the Juvenile orchestra.
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To Creditors of Tho Tradoro lrsur
arte Company of Chicago.
Notice la hereby given to all creditor ot
The Traders Insurance Company, of Chi
cago, thut June in, 1906, an order VII
entered by the Circuit Court of Cook Coun
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signed was appointed Receiver, direotlng
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anec Company, of Chicago, (other than
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the Receiver on or before ninety days
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claims (other than lire-loss claims) not so
filed within ninety days from said June 19,
1S"06, be forever barrod from any right to
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Notice Is accordingly given hereby to all
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claimants) to file their claims, under oath,
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