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The Omaha Daily Bee
YOU XXXVI-NO. :v.).
OMAHA, TtJMSDAV MuHNINd, MAY iM, W1 TWf MAT, VAdKH.
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RIOTING IN ODESSA
0rtrky Alari linuJreus TpUowi lill
iocof Tkr VMii-fOUioUU
if0i8 lirT IN CINTRAL 6URUU
itt Eiplnlot Cames Death sf Euprin
WnJsn. tad Two VdtitiMt.
Dim "ASUS RESOLUTION Or JOY
t itr rucrta'itd ou Escgpt frra Hand,
WARRANT ISSULO I OK NIKOLAI LtNIN
I i :iJr nf Majority Paction Knn
' -mllec .a-lal lVMorrat In t'ona
In l.ondan ( knr4 with
oPVrSA. May SO. Fallowing th iwu
stratum, of three police official her today
I toting occurred and at I orl'tck In th
evening ths l'lack Hundred wit run
Mii wild through the streets men tl.saly
beating people, particularly Jews, more
than lot o( whom rrt seriously Injured.
The police apparently "remained passive,
making no arreets. and the Hlark linn
deeds continued their work of revenge
Th tragedy which ld to tha rioting was
openly enacted. While tha superlntendt-
ent of pollc and a number of other of
ficer were In tha central police bureau
thla mo rnln a; two men and a girl entered
tha building, deposited an Infernal machine
I In the orflce and wont away. Tha mach'ne
exploded aJmoat Immediately, killing tha
chief of police, two chief detectives of the
city, and aerlously Injuring seven other
petsone. Tha police pursued, wounded and
captured two of tha terrotiata. but tha
girl who waa with them eacaped. Tha
leader of tha terrorlata waa subsequently
Identified as a man named Tcherthofl.
The two detectivea killed were bitterly
hated by the terrorists for their activity
against the latter organisation.
Warrant for lea In.
BT. PETERSBURG. Way JO.-A warrant
kaa been Issued for the arrest of Nikolai
Lenin, leader of the majority faction now
attending tha social democratic congress In
Ixndon on tha charge of high treason. Ha
wU be taken Into custody If ha returns to
Ru!a. Tha warrant la against "Vladimir
t'UajiotT. alias Lenin" and It la aald that
the police have Indentured him as a noted
radical leader of the early 'DOs and a brother
of the Lllanoff, who, with four comrades,
all armed rlth bombs, waa arrested In 1887
while lying In wait for the carriage of Em
peror Alexanf'jr II. and who waa con
demned ta death and executed. Vladimir
took up tha mission of tha brother was waa
executed and haa continually been hunted
by the St. Petersburg police. He succeeded
In evading capture until 1837 when he waa
WTssteA and sent to Siberia for organising
ttt first political, strike in Russia, which
is the precursor of tha great general
rtke which wrested the present constitu
tion from Emperor Nicholas In 1906. Yladl-
Inur escaped In 1901. disappeared, reappeared
.'n St. Petersburg under the name of Lenin,
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cree of 19H6 and Immediately resumed his
old ascendency In the social democratic
pary. He laughed at the endeavors Of the
police, who believed him to be a new
leader, to arrest him and boldly declared
himself a candidate under his real name
for election from St. Petersburg to the
second Parliament. Recently, nowever, me
police determined to axresi mm ana ne rm-
moved to Finland.
Lenin Is regarded by the police as bexnf
the most dangerous and capable of all the
revolutionary leaders and Is well known as
a writer on economic subjects.
Diss Conarravtslatee Cr
Previous to the opening session of the
lower house of parliament today a reso
lution expressing the great Joy of the
house at Emperor Nicholas' earape from
death at the hands of those who plotted
his assassination and the deepest Indigna
tion at the recent criminal conaptraey, so
fortunately frustrated, waa unanimously
adopted. The reading of the resolution
called forth hearty applause, but the ex
pared Monarchist demonstration did not
take place. The Social Democrats, Social
Revolutionists, part of the Group of Toll
(and others were absent from the house
when the resolution was presented and
In formally announcing the alacovery of
the plot. Premier Btolyuln aald that not
enly was the emperor's life aimed at. but
the plotters Intended to assassinate Orand
Puke Nicholas Nlrholalerltch. president
of the Cotncll of National Defense, and
himself. Grand Diike Alexander Mlchall
ovltch, brother-in-law of the emperor, and
Grand Lruke Ntcholalevltch were among
thos present when th resolution was
When after an Introductory speech by
Count Hobrlnsky. president of th Constl-
tutlonal-Caneervatlv party and a marahul
of the nolHUty, th premier opened bis ad -
rtrs by saying that the accounts of th
plot as published In cortaln foreign news
papers were extremely exaggerated,
kialysla Eiflslsi Arrests.
M Htolypln addressed hs house for tha
second tlm today In answer to a social
danicrafln Interpellation regarding the
artton of th police on Saturday In aearch
lt.g the lodgings of M sl, deputy from
Riga, when a meeting of social damo
rrafa waa broken up and a number of
man and women wsr arrsated Th pre-mla-.
spaaklr.g as head of th political
police, a Id that th government had ben
Informed that meetings of th oatitral rev
oli tlooary organisation wwrs being hld at
tb revldanc of M Oal and th tallica,
as they had th right to do and In an
enrdanne with tblr duly, nlred Ih bnlU
ing. arrested thirty on persona ajxt eaised
numbesr lit cumnvotnlalng dosumenl by
wnicn It was stsl.ltabi thst M
At,,l'ur Mt ".d aa a e.eril
L llns of nmn.bers of th Military I
w.,eh was planning an armed uprla
wblcn ( was saiabltahed that M f ! s
Luring tha debai wl.u h ensued Omni
lk.l.rr.sky, president of Ih s..i.atltutlooal
crtisarvaUve pmi'f. left the houa In r
tallatlon for tb abaerwt f t radicals
al Ih II. n of tha resoluilii nf sympalhy
with tb emperor al his tutpa from a
soaslnalion. Rom lima after lbs raaol.j.
lion uf syn.pslby with lb ti,pln, ni4
laii d.vid tspuly Mblraky, a lawyer til
If , In lbalf ef th central sammltla
it llui lul J.mm'ttli, ann.H.ft.ad ihmt his
prf bad runrlliin with th 4t and
loatiiualad tb 41 if It Jly ailsisd II Was
1 I m polb ptifVsa all.
Jeb l4s 1 fllalaj.
JIONOI.I'M', Mr ts- 1k lndoa't
aM. "Th abik," ,it.d hra this
u,ri.lris Iwsaly v a fa ',,,, g,N
at lV .
SUMMARY OF TUB DEE
Twwaday, May at, loot.
sua woe Tv I wis tan rni
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5 0 7 8 9 10 II
12 13 II 15 10 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 21 25
20 27 28 29 30 31 X
rt'HI'X'AUT rn NUimiWiA -etlmwers
TiivioIk v, ixxilcr In wit port Km. Wa-liiesday
ri'Hh'AfCf lll (IV A Showers v .
warmer t'u, .tnv iumii i and mailt. A
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The Presbyterian general assembly re
ferred to the presbyteries four overtu vs
providing for the appointment at cotu
mlsskins to represent each Unit In the
church government between annual ses
sions. The action caused, a splrlte A
bate. during which It waa charged that
thei is an effort to create a Catholic
hierarchy. The report on temperance
waa made a special order for Wednes
day. age 1
Democratic members of Oklahoma con
stitutional convention stale their side of
controversy to attorney general and unit
for construction of enabling act defining
powers of the convention under It.
Work of securing Jury for Haywood
trial proceeds slowly. Only nine of the
venire of 100 talesmen remain unquns
tloned and there are nine peremptory
challegea unused. 1
Odessa superintendent of police and
two detectivea killed by explosion of In
fernal machine. Warrant Issued for arrest
of Nikolai Lenin, social democratic leader
now attending conference In London,
charging him with high treason. Page 1
State Railway commission Informs rail
road company what la wanted In the
matter of reports on pastes. Montana le
qulrea federal health certificate from
range cattle entering that state. Pafs S
L. R. Hlgglna. murderer of Mr. and
Mrs. Copple of Pender, may decide to
offer the plea of Insanity as a means of
defense. Page 5
Frank Mitchell buys tract of suburoan
land wrtlch was held by the Starr family
for period of fifty years. Page 18
Rev. Lucius O. Balrd at Ministerial
union declares the theological training of
candidates for the pulpit must keep pace
fully with the preliminary education.
Oovemor Sheldon definitely decides to
accompany the Nebraska trade boost irs
on their Invasion of the great northwest
for commercial conquest. Page 3
The Initiative and referendum law Is
ts be Invoked by the anti-dog muscling
advocates aa r means of defeating the
Dahlman ordinance. Pags T
In Woman's Realm Hair trinkets, cam
eos, high combs and other relics of antiq
uity In the Jewelry line are now in vogue.
Board of Education arranges to send
pupils who win the Rosewater scholarship
to Armour and Case schools, they having
offered to ad free tuition. Contract or-
aeTt& iet toT tho yinton street school
buidtng.. Census enumerators chosen.
Superman, the 8-year-old aon of Com
mando, carrying the Keene colore, wins
the Brooklyn handicap. Pas's 4
Results of ball games:
T Des Moines vs Omaha 4.
4 Philadelphia vs. Cincinnati 2.
St. Louis vs. New York 4.
I Pittsburg vs. Brooklyn 0.
Boston vs. Chicago 1.
I Washington va. Cleveland 0.
1 Phlladalphla va. Detroit 0.
4 Chicago va. Boston 0.
t St. Louis vs. New York 1.
4 Indianapolis vs. Columbus 0.
10 Kansas City vs. Milwaukee 1.
10 Minneapolis vs. St. 'Paul .
I Toledo vs. Louisville 6.
tmxiczacriax An ivDrrrrmiAi.
Live stock marketa. Pags t
Grain markets. Pags
Stocks and bonds. Pags
ROCK ISLAND ROAD IS FINED
Admits In Cowri Orantlnaj Rrksftt to
NEW TORK, May 20 -Tha Chicago. Rock
Island Pacific Ilailruad company, through
Its attorney, R. A. Jackson, today, In the
I United States court, pleaded guilty to two
' twelve counts of an Indictment charging
j that tha railroad had granted rebates on
. shipments of coffee made by the Woo I en ri
. Spice company of Toledo. A Has of 110,000
1 on each of the two counts waa Imposed
i a waa paid.
in otner tn counts were noil prnsaed. th metric system compulsory. On of th
a,The Northern Hallway company today I labor bllla la one applying the eight-hour
Bled a demurrer through Ita rounaal to a system to all work, of whatever k;lnd. done
similar Indictment charging that It had for the national government,
granted reliates, there being two counts, Th aasoclallon has fouxht measure of
or. charging th offering and ths other this character through the last three srs
the giving of rebates. I slona of congress. The other labor measure
Tb demurrer state (hat. th Indictment opposed was that popularly known as th
Is vague, lb charge unconstitutional, that ' aatl-lnjunctlon bill. This measure In as
th t. it hi o ths Int.-rstste ''oti.mcrre law I sort a Hon slso takes credit for having killed
under which th action Is brought, la un-l Tn feH,rt of be treasurer showed ex
J isl, une.iial tnd Implies unequal regnla-' PenUtura during the vear ended March 11
lions, and that the enforcement of lh;l,, H.. leaving a balance on hand
Imll'-lrneiit Is to daprlve the dnfmdauta
of property against th constitutional pro
"tlrv CITY TO TAKE OVER ROAD
rrnarlseo to llav Ksrlmnt Is
Manlelunl 4rllon of
MAN rKANClHi'.. VI, May Si-H-.a
Franrlsio Is to bay an experiment In
munl-ll ownrthli uf pub'ln ulllitlaa Th
r.ly will lak over lb lleaiy si reel rail
war This derision was aruved r I ol ay
by t'lalilcl Atbiriier ln,d n. aflr a con-
flnc with Chairman ilsllagbsr nf Ih
lird ul Nui'srvlaors Thai U.rty will al
r, ptrfvrlM,i lb sum of 4n.iao for
lb p4,,p ai d ibis amount will b addd
In Ih J uii l.ii'lsel t . lb j,-a).ii sjready
apioi iti d f ir ih .tio.,t..n of u. i.i.
fosd Til' foa.1 Will nrploy a S luprUllI
iiir diw up plana for lb con
vpfaloa of Ibe rid from a eabls aysUrn to
n elarlrbal loi.dult salu
riadleoorl on wr ra.
Nr.W innk, Hav il-fiarri lludlcourt.
Soft, ndiala.-r n f i Jfivl' M lb im-so
sons- l ' ' i, a lined h lutisy
eitivui iu t'uropia.
ANOTHER VENIRE, NEEDED
Csly Hloof UomlreJ Wan (l.ll.il it Bolie
Lait Waek lama'n Untimln1.
ONC PEREMPTORY CMALLtNCtS UNUStO
sllnni tailed tn I nalial aterr
I'aleamen Admits Me la lei fay
nf Oefrwee fnlllnsi la
in i 'nniio, M.iy
'dnlio, M.IV -H rrlllS lVll.
-rg tnurilfr 1r!t iniil
V'.J, . asnlii tomorrow In permll Ihe
nig of atioltur aiiorlnl venire of
mm. When the aeeslon lodur rndtd
inlv elKVeti out of Iwinly pnreinplnrv rh'il
lnars hml born usd nnd Iml nina "f 1h"
hiitidin,! vriilrrmi'ti ami' hrreil a wri-k so
remained uncalled. The initisllilng nine will
nattily furnish srlsl for a diiv's work. ai
some lime tomorrow Jiiilux Wood will prob.
nhly ailjourti the trial for si Ifnsl a full
.lay ami send Blirrlff Hhnd lloilnln f'rth In
Hiient of fifty arlillllonnl lalrsmen.
Tl vacancy cr,nt.1 l.y tbn tilnth tlial
l"DRe, made on PHtiinlny, wn oiwn when
the trial win rcxiliurd Ibis mornlns: tlie
Vacancy created by the eleventh, chiillenKn
was oen when court mljnitrtied this after
noon, and the difference latween the Iwo
sums up the little stride forward of today.
Joacph Chlnn of chair No. , cbiillclnted
by the defense, ami William M'-Ourlln of
chair No. , challenged by the slat-, were
(he men of the old crowd who went down
today, (leorge Towell and Irf-e Pcrlvener
were the two men who pawned muster to
day, the first n:imd for the vacancy made
by the ninth challenKe, the Inst named the
tenth challenge. They am both farmers
and Mr. Pcrlvener was formerl ya sheriff
lateen Men Rtamlned.
Blxtein men were examined and excused
for cause. Most of them had deep-seated
opinions us to the guilt or rtinocrnce of
William r. Haywood and went d wn for
bias challenges from the stale. Two of
the sixteen had scruples against capital
punishment and two had scruples about
hanging a murderer on clrcumstantlul evi
dence. The examination wearily droned its way
over the same old ground, although the
defense haa narrowed Its range of ques
tioning. It asked nothing today about
the Roosevelt letters and the Taft speeches,
but devoted much attention to possible
local prejudices and tht existence of gen
eral prejudice against socialists.
Good humor has come to counsel and
they Joked and played back and forth all
day, and the laughter of an easily pleased
crowd frequently sounded through the
rooms. Once only waa the easy swing of
the day broken when the defense returned
to Juror Fisher and questioned him as to
I a conversation with C. P. Allen, a local
socialist. In October last. Mr. Fisher was
at first certain that he had not talked
with Mr. Allen, but when Mr. Allen came
a . l 1 ...j w . v. 1
1 iraam i.n unir aitiu o m'UKiii.u mill.
Mr. Allen waa sworn and testified thst
Mr. Fisher had said that he knew of the
acts of the accused In Colorado and that anyone engaged in the plot against ner.
they should have been strung up before I Wtrlct Attorney Jerome announced to
tey were brought to Idaho. Mr. Fisher ! that he would visit Po'lce Commls-
malntalned that he did not say anything i
of the kind, but thought he might have
said that If the accused were guilty of
the things done In Colorado they should
hava. heen ateitnar tin Jamea T T VTawlev.
leading counsel for the state, questioned
Mr. Allen at length and brought out the!
j statement that he was employed by the
' defense to poll his. precinct; that he was
defense to poll his. precinct; that he was .
paid $3.50 per day when he worked and .
that he was under pay today. Judge Wood
iay today. Judge Wood
the objection against
failed to sustain
Fisher and he remains In the Jury box for
the time being.
T. D. Cahalan, an attorney of Boise,
Joined the defense aa associate counsel to
day. He makes the eighth of counsel for
the defense participating tn the trial.
The trial goes on at 9:30 In the morning,
and In the future that will be the hour
of convening and adjourning will be at 4
MANUFACTURERS IN COUNCIL
Americas) Association neglsi Its
AnnnnI Convention In
VFW TORK. May JO.-The preliminary
meeting of the twelfth annual convention
of th American Manufacturers association
was held today at the Waldorf-Astoria.
There will be two sessions tomorrow and I
two Wednesday. A banquet will b held
Wedneaday night. It Is expected that be
tween WW and WO members will be present.
At the meeting today the president. James
W. Van Clev of St. Iouls, presided. Re.
ports were presented by the secretary.
Marshal fMahlng. and the treasurer, P. II.
' ".tollman of this city.
! The secretsry. In his report, first took
up the fight which the association has made
In pursuance of resolutions passed five
years ago at Indianapolis against cortaln
'legislation proposed at Washington. Two
I ef th measures so proposed related to
j labor matters, and there waa one other
blU opposed, the bill to make th us of
The speakers at the handunt Wednesday
wIM Include Oscar Ntraiia. secretary nf r..m
inarr and Ubor, Hnatnr iHilllver of low
and Major Oeneral J. Franklin llell, chief
nf staff of tha army.
FIRES BULLET THROUGH LUNO
Bwslgn Hrtakln, at Waa In ntm
enlty at kontlago, Menartesl In
WAgHINOToN, May ki -Th Navy de
partment luday received a dltleh from
"". Cub, Mating lhal tfnsign Alfrl
r niiai.us who was in iiimcuny witn Ih
prtllc of eWnl lao alHoit a forlnigbl ago
In rompaiif with aallisni from lb Teoiajna.
had abiH hlmaelf lltfough Ih lung and
waa In a rloua raii.lltbm. MialgK tiriatan
la In Kntlii.
Th om.Jal lrvllaaltn t1 lb IrouM
with lb Vntlsao polloo ai-ii In hv
dvlo.d lb fait lhal lirlaUln was drink'
li-OI Willi lb sailor. Whbh Would 0. uti
les bav rulld In hi being etaurl
niartlaled, l'ilWn snlsrod l Aariapadls
NAtal '4iuy from 1'annaylvsoi lit lUM
and giaaiasleA lo lsV 11 Ijuis In
ARMY CIRCLES JIRE AROUSED
I'eelalnei f Swrem ( nwet la) Wrnes
'a tltertarna Mmmr llnrl
WAMIIINITiN. Msy i There Is -
aiiiheiiaon nl Mie War d' puMmeiil Ihul
be uirinn court of 1b I HHod "Is'eS
hn Invalidated li sinius of rvxty
ulnr srmy offlver w ho lots b Id nl tbe same
lion, a Volunteer rO'nmlBalon. tiltd baa slao
Invalidated tb Irnnllly of Hie pi u dins
of rvery rmirt martini of a volunteer of"
fleer or enllaled man, mi wbb b bna sal
an officer holding IhiIIi resolnr and volun
teer c mulutaalotie,
The court lsl Monday bunded down en
opinion declaring Invalid the tnurt martini
of Lieutenant Ij-wI K. Itrown, a nesro
volunteer officer who was tiled and du.
missed from the etvc In Cuba The
....H.Hi..,!!-! - i.,-ii,i,.i i. An i
nicer nf the re.olar aro.v wl.r. nlao a I
volunteer oftlcrr, iil on ibe court I 'rider
the decision tlrown will ! MHIed to dmW
sy until the dale of the mistering out of
bis regiment and tb enplratlori of bis
War department officials regard It ss Ibe
logical conclusion to lie drawn from the
court's decision thai the finding of every
coiiit-inaitlal on whb'li sst a regular iinny
ofllcer who also b. Id a volunteer commls- !
slon. and which tried a volunteer officer
or enlisted man, are Invalidated and claims j
for ey to the end of the commission or
rnllstimnt may be made.
The basis of the courts decision Is that!
a regular army officer holding a volunteer
cimnilaslon at the same time Is not a vol-
unler, but a regular army 'officer. The
War department lias always held exactly j
the reverse; that Is, l.at a regular army
offlcer holding a volunteer commission
during the time he held such commission, I
a volunteer officer, tind not a regular army j
officer. The pay of such officers lias liM-n I
regulated on that basis and many ff1crs
of low grades were given commissions to
hla-her a-rades In the volunteer service 1
during the civil war. the Bnlah-Amerlcan '
I" Insurrection In the Philip- ;
plnes, and by reason of surh commissions
drew largely Increased pay. t'nder the re
cent decision of the court this pay will
have to tie returned; that Is, If the de
cision Is really as broad aa at present It
MRS. HOWARD GOULD SUES
, Papera In Application for Permanent
Separation Filed and Wife
NEW TORK. May 20. Counsel for Mrs.
Howard Gould said today that Mrs. Gould's
BUit for permanent separation from her
husband had been filed, but the pepers In
, tho case have not been served on Mr.
'Gould. Mr. Bhearn said today that Mrs.
Ul uld brousrht suit on the gTound of :
cruel and Inhumen treatment covering a
period of more than three years. The law-j
. yr aiso aeciareu mm buu wuum iv irica
In orien entirt arinlna! I
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Mrs. uoum aesires tnat run punncity
I slven to It and she refuses to spare
! sioner Bingham tomorrow In connection
1 with the Howard Gould case. There haa
been considerable dlsriMsion In connection
with the suit for permanent separation,
which counsel for Mrs. Howard Gould said
hadw "' a'n"t.i'r' uI1
" ha. been Intimated that Centra! offl-
dais and detectives were employed. Mr.
Jerome said tonight:
"I shall see Commissioner Bingham and
... v. iuni
' "'" """iiRauun uj oy uuice i
i snail speedily auena 10 sucn an investiga
tion. As yet Information on the matter
Is very meager. I might say I know noth
ing about It except that blackmail lsal
leged." WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
New National Ranks Authorised to
Commence Rastness In Iowa
and Month Dakota.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, May HO.-tSneolal Tele
gram.) The following national banks have
been authorised to begin business, with
OT.. MO capital each: Merchants National
of Mllbank, S. U, with N. J. Rlesser aa
president. Charles R. Williams vice presi
dent and E. H. Benedict caahler, and the
first National bank of Adair, la., with
M. H. Well on aa president, Thomas Robin
son vice president and Roy R. Welton
Rural free delivery carriers appointed for
Iowa routes: Iiolllver, rout 1, Fred W
Albee carrier, Abraham Plckell substitute;
1 Murray, route I, William A. Agans carrier. !
Rush J. Wlngett substitute.
Arthur W. McFiitrtdge, who succeded
Mathewaon as bonded school superintend
ent of the Winnebago Indian reservation, j
haa been transferred and promoted to be
superintendent of th I'matilla Indian rea-
KUROKI VISITSNEW HAVEN
Make Trip to Vat I rlveralty, Whre
Many Japan Offlrari Halt
NKW HAVEN, Conn.. May Th vlall
to Vale unlvarslty of Osnrrnl Kurokl tottey
wa brought alniut by tb deair uf Ih
distinguish! d soldier o ar lite luax ilulb-n
In which many Jsiwtne olTlcrr reeelvrd
a pvrilou 4 their education. Many or it,
oin.er served with dlatlnclh.ii al Nrt
Arthur and un Ih bsillifVrld on Muchu
i lan soli
laeii. r.il Kurokl s party Im loded tli-nwral
O. W. VVi.i.1, II, H A tretudi. and Majtr
I mil of Hi general staff Vln ily
visited lb Vsrlon ilertiuriita of lb cvl
l slut at V oodbthlae ball waa recall e.1
by lildsnl llaMlley li also the Japa
tie siudeiils, twenty tn nun lvr wet aa
xiiibled and piMunled an ddls
l4im-l...n a c4d at tit tiiadiMl'
cluli T1ii. wsse iraaaiil aWcistary of
atalo lit, lioeaor Woo.ttufT. iauiiv
Mollrit uf Ih Nw lUvaaj, illiua4, and a
saniber of .rof .! and faculty men
lb yrly then vali4 th unlveialty hall.
b.r Vl 1)111 hlllnbei log I lD l,a a,o,l
4V lb lung tal i brer Al 4 ttt bvl
lb seiisiAl and wriy l f for New V.uk
NMV Vi'tlK, Mar hi Unieial irM
Kuiohl and hi parly relutnsd fiixw a vtedl
lu tal uilvriy early Ikl etening II
wa sitnouMced thai Ih -ljf aouid ,-itv
loiitortuw In U
rrvatlon. with h.-duaxter. at Pendleton. ! forrnfT,, of Oregon. IV. John A Hender. ,n ! . J'''"'1'.""'-!
ore. This pr.m,ot.on Increases the pa, of pf Ae,heny. Pa; Rev. R. A. Hutching f 11 T " ' a7 a . . -
McF.trl.1ge per year. Hi. aucoe.aor I Altftona. Pa : Rev. R. U Iannlng. WsaV C.ey a ra-.y nJt atlaso. I V)
at Winnebago haa not been nm.i. ,,.,. ni r,,. j. n. Rankin, IX l. of . f hu i rrr-c
Iima-ter Vnml Moyer nntiounced j Denver. nrrTr.Wr, Wj --e . ."T "tV- f wtl
today that James S W.'la would b an. Th, rhole of m.vlerator. It la said, will ' i.n ght la th IVrted tte cx-rt Wav tev4 at rj. tx m. .y t-a. t
lnante.1 p.,.,,tt,r at Mitchell, a IV likely be between the Rev. THr. M H R:l ; br ffArr gAverameet amt tS VtjTw ?T
Other South Pakota p.-nma.t.rshlps prob o fUn Francisco, and Rev. Pr. Anderson of Wn.silri Cattle and InTe-tte-eit NVwa.y ''ti.. , t ,v!
ably will go over until con.re convene New York. i . ,he rera la.J asd uctre. evu " VV" I tie 7 txT, iv.
-w a w...' . - -it FT' rti 1 1 1 on intp iwi..ii-fi i ini
SHELDON WILL SAKE TRIP
Oortiaf rinU Iv;l)ai te ttfimfttt
IWiatert on lovxiai of Kinbt
ROYAL WdCCMC LVlflYWHtftt AtUMD
all I Hies fie v failed re I'wsjrlasj
In T.lr llealaea -t lm-4
tlMs for the Trade
flovairior MI.eldori has deflrilt. r 1i ldd
ll Neiepl tbe llivllallof) of II. e . (, n ' I I
lub to aceiopparjr ttie rirrit s 't, - s '
on be "gteajl riortliwiat" Ifiob eiler.al.ii
en uialoii to lb l'a Ifl' o..i In 1P Tbe
quesitori bad lrii urd r r-o;. aldt-r at :or lr
to governor for oroe yni
); lie waa n-
oVavorliig to range bis I,
' In order t i l-ave. and wsa 'omn.ur.W t4
Willi Monday morning ovr Ibe. long (1 s. .
lam 1. 1. l-l,..r,. by ' 'ommlaa'onef tjulld of
tlie Comifieir inl lub.
1 be pre.eroe of tt governor .n h
cnrslon la the cause of much rejoicing by
meinlM rs of the IVrnmer' 11 club, aa this
fact will materially In t. aae t, a oj.a srcl
lrnrlrii e rftbe i xcuralon
While tb evurflori will t,e lis- lra1SKl
() n)y hy wf mrn lif ni , .., , , ,,)r,
y.,H,, ., i,.,. H ...ib (,.
ii)v, ntock egcbai.ge and l.eods of few
nromlnenl firms Ir, oth- r Nrbraski r'tlM.
; the excursion Will be of great benefit to
the entlte slate ss an advertisement, and
tbn presence of Hover nor Hbeld-m ss t
representative of tb state
III add tor.
to the enterprise
The goverr.cr h sn PJ -dfitrner.f for
the first of June, and as tb trad," ex-ur-
slon leaves Omaha Jun 2. Mr Ht eld-.n "
probably will not b abl to leave Omaha
with the train, but will b mt enrout.
Another apjiolntment is had by tb gov-
ernor near the close of the excursion which '
my necessitate his returning so'.rn-r. but
he is making sn effort to b relieved from
lnl" -rigagement, ana. in any veni. ,i-
ls,, r il.a. H,.el, the. rr.yvsit Ira.
this engHgement. and. In any vent, w,i
- . - .
The fffod of lttrs from commercial
organlxaflon and clippings from news-
papery of the cities to be visited on the
excursion continue to pour into the office
of Commissioner Guild In undiminished
volume and In every case emphnte- assur
ance Is given that the Omaha v.sltors will
be given a royal welcome. I-ttrs from
the officers of th Commercial cl-ibs at
American Falls. Idaho; Walla Walla,
Wash.; Ellensburg. Wash., and Sheridan.
Wyo, urgently rerjijest that the time al
lotted for the visit of th Omaha "boosters"
In these cities be extended.
Owing to the many requests received for
extension of time at different points the
committee In charge of the Itinerary Is
'trying to make a few minor changes and
concessions of time. This will be dons
without curtailing the time to be spent at
other cities and without lengthening the
j aggregate time spent on me excursion, du
I. la Ann wilt. tha Inl.nllnn rf rr.A ( r. m
1 . id uis,. -'.. ..... ....'.ii vs
i as much time at each Dlaee from whk It
The Clearing House aasoclatk.n of Seattle 1
has signified its Intention of co-operating j
witn tne other commercuu Dnates 01 wui,,,,.,,,., o m aravtirtri t yt
, cuy 'in the entertslnment of th exctir-
sionlsts and the "lSo.cmo club" of Spokane
will work In conjunction with the commer
cial organizations of that city to the aame
end. Plans for entertainment are being
made by the Chamber of Commerce of
. Salt Lake City, where a Sunday will be
Two Daya In Portland.
Elaborate plans are being made by th
. Fortiand commercial organiiatlons. as
; nearly two days will be spent at that place,
The excursion train will arrive at Portland J For about three hours he was drives
on Sunday, June 9, at ( a. m , and arrrange- around the city and then surrendered ttrs
ment have been made to give a breakfast Mf a deputy sheriff, who t"k h'jn by
at th Portland Commercial club Sunday a unfrequented route to BiackweLl
morning, after which the Omaha visitors ' uland. He will be pot to work ta the
will be at liberty to aee the sights as they ' bakery.
please, but they will he taken over the city j Abraham Hummel, for nearly a third
Monday In automobiles until 1 p. m.. when ; 0f m century one of the my srt'e'jr
a reception will b tendered the Omaha
"hooatera" at the rnmmerctsl club until
3 n. m . when the excursion train will leav
for the return trip.
inn nrw.i.aprti tn tne western roiimry
are devoting much space to the excursion.
exploiting It In every manner possible.
TO HOLD SESSION IN DENVER
railed Preoyterlnns Headed West,
ward for AnnnnI Meotlaaj
PITTPm-Ra May V-Thre Pullman
cars loaded with commissioners to the
Vrlted Presbyterian general asemb:y.
which meets st Denver. Colo., this week,
left t.vlav The special reature of the as-
. v ; ', i , ih, .u-ii... . - .
to Pr. Alexander tlllchrlsi. corresponding
secretary of the board of home missions,
who dud last January, thla bring one of
the most Import. nt emcee In the church.
Among mt name sussevivHi tor tne pise
fund, of th church so kbat a't may b tn
Ih car of on trrs.dier. will. It ts said
report favorably, although ther will b
Rernirts will be heard from all the d'f
ferent hosrd of the churt-h and arpropra.
tlon. made for tb work of the earning
year to the .stent of ab.ut f",VcvV
The asriiibly wtll sdVoim May XV
Th clerical delesatc from th Otii.h
presbytery are Hrv W P Jbnn.
I Omaha Rev Andrew Renwlt-k. g uith
Oman, and Rev J M WslUoe. Rush
LAWYER SHOOTS POLITICIAN
llaatsvll M. Toll ol Twlo, I. T..
Atlemwle to H III II. P. Pel I a sa
Hnll of Po4.
Tl tA. I T. My -Mkll r Tnr.
. a- II llanraa T . .1 .-v . W I .
;r;d:;,ra?:iMANY injured in wreck
a )0ung lawyer a
H P Pet t us. eoucln of Weair Ivilu if
Alsbama and a l1r In (,llnta ,lo,
erallc oiltb Th shooting tv-mi.l v
a pill. i It-el alixl Mint and waa w:lnat
b s d.ieeii pr,i. It is alsas4 tut 'l
trrllng rklsled laslwern th as a u t,r eel r
yeeis. a1'"1 ihiI f lVItu lvr-.ial l.t s..
ee I l alli y Sill- f.u Ibe haiul ef al
daosblei' Il,v-l-lia busier- llouMe a.
cenlMsird ih Murine ih Ih an
ld Whrli tr orl lb b,H4ilS follrfWrd
Irvltua al Mm a c.!idi rw
.11 atipei Inloxdetil si yuMI loallio a
II Wtll wf.
DOARD TIGHTENS DOWN LID
fiMe t- .. II t t "
Wha tUlale It, See. m4 reohltal
Sales la Naooeie
Tb tumtl of n s.d ''!. y .-
siorers d ldd la el Ms. tla a I
Ic-ai-fa !, ar,e, id I. f ,f,d i i
I aT ll'l'" rt o-1a rr ff V.l f t.if
b.iva lb..f ll trira . 1 7' '1
tmtt waa of b M 1 t I i r, .,- ,' r. mm j
aiii'-.ok-.ia ft n ik'
11 "i. IKmr ,tin1 In fair t t '!
rool.ofi r .1 i roMM'log -
.(..le al any lll' wl.slaya T. ", ;
of j.i' a ,a'r.id 'bat '.
! uti'.rt Is nfor'l
T roaliet of a.loaHr.g ' I ' "
ll'riof -, a lo.f.i-a wsa I f ,a1 7"S
T OT.aei 'wi Kf.l '
''''"' i'J-1 " ' r'.i'-
" ". i,-,r'm by ir.sl f'VM-f
'"' 'w'at vii, thih I. r';t.ii"' t' ff'm
Hifig li'ieoe Vi 1t.vA f 1 r.iil r
lion la -Md by :' b a tt.' i d-
'id") lo lake r.' S' in A "ntt,l'"
'i't''n' d to i.ffr,t u, fb rtrttt -n
I f'-iwl f'..-srr.
Tti- rr .ef of fdi' ib
t),a ui ro'at dllirrra i, f t if it if
Stores are 'OH, p!W. Sl'h I'a ix
A r'r t'f a lgil lnf jf-,,'.n
se'tlon 1 of tb 'iibe i law. jT'.b.re.t.-
bf'ing eof,.f-f;ia from ar.gaff g
retail tUl i'iT bj
was fa-ad, b-jt
sfl-t waa tkn
7b fei--ft of tb r,rnerot ro br, wji
refifred t:. rnavr of tv "1 ' b-
.r',p'''d 'r.Ta-t or fr.' 'f crtwt
.tn tb N,rslf Tlb-.r eyrr.;'.-T
ard tb c'y f' t rfslri'ra' mrri
r-pera'evri f fir alarm r-.s are prl
pn'rol statlor.s as read sr.d in"'"' T
rrt shos tbat tb city fas I C fr
alarm boxes fortf-f-. ;r tr ' pi'T'A
aiauor.a. sh.'h a w lVT bv l-n
operated by tb tvron "in t-f.y nr--
two flve-ar t-ontra'-ls t'.r .' pr ya-f.
w:tn II I-r rr.r.t r, extra ror .cn r.r iu.r
V . l . M iy -.Jk sr- h a. . f a t .v-B. K
7 " " .l., ' .7.
" ' " 1
.rwl ,.oe,.l I h SJm St a CM
, - - - -
o,. . o
the city enter Into a two or tbr-yr
contract with the Nebraska Ttrte-t.e rstm-
An anonymous lfr rcivd ty tr.
board was rid. in which th wflr tH
of disreputable houses wh.ch w-t b
conducted ouLs.de of the prosr. bd dis
trict. The chief was rdred to investi
gat. The resignation of grgant P.nfrow was
accepted, but no aoccewaor to tf. piarw
The resignation of OfTi"r J. E. J'hrJO
; was accepted.
! Tb salary of J. E Taylor. Jar.itor tt the
city Jail, was raised from tV1 to per
j An expense allowance of !:" was td
i for Chi'f Donahu to sttnd tV. r.arrAl
! cor.ventkin of chiefs of police.
The question cf adopting a ten-tour sh:ft
... .. . a
i " " .
. rnr tha rvYiie oeTrrmerii was anruaaa
I t WWS ! 11 If tKU a l-!-
meeting on jnorwiay mrx mi - u. a mat
i definite action will be taken.
nUMfrltL. li Irs DUMwrAfl L.L.L
Xntortoae r lorn Lawyer -
aseaes SertlasT On Tr
Terxn In Prieon.
NEW TORK. May JT.-.-Ic a t'.g tnr(?ug
car, Abraham Hummel left b:s bora hs
East Sevecty-secor.d stre-et tcday to go to
; Blackweifs island to serve a year tn tie
; penjtentiary for conspiracy In the l-ig-
i Morse divorce case.
Known mnd euvoesfal crrrrdr-al lawyer
S . . v .
m r w HTl Vliy. '""a.j in-aau - - . -
. . - . .
. : a, ul Vii1 Ja at..tnc ... -
t mtU Islanxl penitentiary- The se-tea
... Imposed upon a eotivtcuoa two
T..r s-o far ror.i:r(T growing out of
1 Hummel a connection w-Uh the J.-de-
l Murrls divorce litigation. H'jrr.niel f 54-1
coovtci- thruhvrai urta. b-
the final decision wa. adver. He ha. a I a,
been disbarred from prsctise In tte courta
u-mI - - - . , n.rl.nrianr
in an autonbii without a rrd. He tad
been at liberty on bail and hd pv tU
' ihe pnn'.od4y. A W. .4 "... sxtli -
red in front cf the Humrrvei rV"vo
wben th little lawyer
dashed out of t!
basement door. boMirnt s tr aaadker-"
rh:ei in front of his fa..-- He raa t tte
. t-,,. w A ,i w... I a.t . v--- a
and moment later vu whirled away t-
ward the prison
j TPWCE SUIT IN WYOMING
pny to com;
around S T.V acre ef g-"''''
twenty mile east erf fWieiv TMt t
the ftrst suit lr.ttutd a a rrH of IS
Irveatigit'oa rav-e-Hty h-lus y gor.--n-.ent
DETERMIED TO KEEP COCLEY
Mayor taleaa Pwrmally We-,
mo Ha at of
tWr of lelUa.
CHrsi1 Vy Jl-ltr -mm lsx.ar
fwm11y rnovJI M "-ei tr
v hAl K-4 wh.t b. d rrs- a
requested Tr a r rv'lv rsMtrJ
lb ra'a"t''. of wr?v roa-nSf of -.a
Krl. but on;v fe,T f l' rv,.-..
Mr :' - l1.M t. -d t l ts.
..Tpo ef a-.!reg I- retenlKvn cf K.
t) lr uperitit.W t f e -it
Tvotn oa Ueorala Ceoteol Halt
Sre4r4 Hltuaor. and
twlll Ar Hoe.
A"t-NTA. IV . Vl IV lttw fVviai
kla.HMs. tl . y a f r trwu Wt y
IVMllol vf tlesM.Ul .a oesskesl l.4 ta.
f.u ro.Na t IUi.taei 4 e vlt-
six o4 iviuisslA. bvt i-.v. r.
U.llaNS I IMltv ! Wvtea a.MIV m
U,Na eat Ik ttu t Allask U. tW-e
VatiHM aaJ s)tatW4
.NEW FORM I'.WOIIKI)
fftv.w. Ate.'t V' '.:t I itit .
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tfr id Jilt M It A'.V:
riWfcMu-r f 11 t t M' s,"fcf
I aaltar.r.r Hf -mean $mfr-1 aeet
fgeella aa4 m - Isnvw Waa aa
l ave fsiaeak4 t !
t i.i.t Ml:-
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of t." "..., v, '.T. i .-. .1.
gr,.- . rf-r-".g - . ,--a-.s f
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thw or-.r,, t.-. '"-.-' .., ?y.y.
t. X: g'rt atr iJ.f a f.r
t- xa--i;T .o- 'r -av,- ..f - f-.r
T'b rv-Tt '.it r.'-.rr. .-.-r ,r-
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A eex rtr K -T A I't. r; I - -.. . ; r
It aa Vxs 'if "Z f.r:' v...Tr7 K
b'.'sw at '.!". ijuVrr -r-..-.'--; ':- -.r- -Tte
'e'.p.1';-.- -.-1 irr. ap.;-r
IV-ar. ar.-J "?'.-g - a -a--- f
it by ti atrr-jin . "-.r-i. f-jT
Lrr linn L Jf --;?. srs--t 4-"
!rr-i! ar.-J JT'Tt-'n :-rr "y ff i
c'a4 tb pr --v"-1 -' ' r tvrs .
gVTrr.frr.t wjua 1.1 prf-:t t'-to
vh ?nry-!;. -J- ':--.t.. t-. i- .
r-r;:n-v.-a tf ysmr. I-;-.
I r-rr aa .x-i-c rf ;
prwviarlw.a ml Rffwrl.
y wr-:' in f r;c . ;xHe--f
that tte r-! tier-Vf1! xc-itixt rtrrt-
, jrtte xyiM cnr-rjft '.f f-- --r'-r.
wrj-v t. Tir...?r is S-? ti
' tvt vr t.-g "t-i f .r aa e-t.r t?-
ij-.c&A cf d.rt-g ti iss f t"w g-t:-
ma.- T"-.Je r-ja
tTmJ sjsw-.wj. fr-e-i-
, v -
j ar. any ; a-oy X'e. M E ct a 7--
; c rAt-ir r-y t- rfrrl t the c:c-
rim tcr ai.t -t .iar.m tt t
tsets Ju a l eawrai'-y
Ti. f-'n te-einrCT Tta.is t 5-wrs
of th s,yn'i.-. ii w-;ci4 act a ti
I rj.----:A-.. cf ti ct S. tf
Irr.ay orr---r. v-ft ti rynol.
ard O.r V-f1 n xr be ad-'-a-i
at'.e in tiv ir.t-rss tt t w :ra tt ti
' ct r-. a-i ci:--j1 w ts tt --.rs--J.iBKi:ra
aci t-;ris f xi--t ciir :i w;a r;itt i
to Aa so. Tie
w : h tie re.:.f-rat:
be tnay ct : f
1. a w Jal ecnar?-;
a rtt-rs wtci
Uy br:-- t-- ui
-jci ict-r. as r-xr r-;;l t? fi
tir tie ('- ai or irn cf ti awetSty
ar.i r-ake as uit: r-r-t wr.i ra-t
ree.Tecrrria;jrrs t t?y cit iecI mt
TtJ-t4e t tie ajf f.r T-e a?--crj;o t
ti rejort cf it cxr-i" tij.y ir k:i
: Kii-ci ass-T-y t ti rJTfwtj.-a.
By -,i::r.:.j Te; tie t'-;;tT Taj.it
tie rp?rt of t o:crr-t-a. ? -r-ki-
a 7--aJ ocier f -r 'A e4.--5ir ftra-i.
at wt ri t: ti- eceiw C-.-T cafCWT-x
. - ,
t Ister-C--r-x -c-rn--- r rx-iu-x
ari tie At::-i4::i i-i.r '-t Lxrravtcat
oait eo. ti f .-r of tie a"ri.r.
RirevtAttrrs cf lie Cssuri e fwifart
tnS$x-. foe fnced . ti c-:ir s.-ri
acd tr cvaxt -te ti Crtu.-.:j..x wsrl.
wvrttr a x si:w-r a- i .."-' :r-s. mvrv
?c frwerarc call
Olil.s t. K.rWe Mltl.
Tte KSwf ti F-.-.-! Jf
A " '
-' J J. "
tfce pr:-i.t of ti v i (xvc iJcn. t
Tfce rc--:ts-t c kt .--.. - kit
tfc report, b.iaajii -- ti tiat a
(wrt.ia .rect ia tie c-iariiity wi
rvaed t. ti evc-.ir ii.a--e c; ti scii.tf-
j-v ta aJvv ix- u t.rt .y
Wvr tTafC-i-J trf - - ai.i-
wa. cf ttr-sa:!-.-' ''"
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ts rarrx ar -Vx ..vrt.v
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srVt f T.vrrty
Yt K-'J let' rrS-t-t fr-jea .'J MW-a
Jlarte.t t- vr "tJl J XL 'rt
f.1 l'l.Wt 1 v J." ... :.- IS pev.
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