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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MAKCH 31. 1008.
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CAS CASE TRIED ON MERITS
Old Controreny Oyer, .Street Lamp
Eate Before Court.
INJUNCTION AGAINST CONTRACT
Halt Ont mt Which RfrnfOrdfr far
Arrest ot Cannrllmrft on ton.
tempt of . . Caart
The application for a permanent Injunc
tion against, the consummation of a con
tract between the city and the Omaha Oas
company providing for. tha payment of 128
a year per lamp, for gas, used by the city
was to have-, come 'up for trial Monday
afternoon, but u deferred until Tuesday
morning beftrte 4udfre Cermedy of the dis
trict court,' This1 suit hns been banging
flra for soma vrr years nd growing out
of It was the iecjsloa of, utge Button sen
tencing fK'"emhr."'the old city coun
cil to jail f5Tf,:.ontempt of court for vio
lating his restraining order. Issued against
the council. The supremo flourt, however,
reversed this decision' And (he counclimen
did not go t. 11.. " -,1,
About a year' aga-the? apponents of the
contract ; secured,, temporary Injunction
agalnxt fulfillment; of th.. contract and
slnca then the city has paid nothing to the
gas cbmparjy.'..., Should, .the Injunction be
made permanent after the hearing now is
concluded, the gas company will have to
receive what1 the'clty'ar the courts thinks
Is a reasonable ambuHt Tor the light fur
nished. ' ' :t " 'T'
The position of the city council has
changed since .the .suit started, and the
members of the council Xavor the Injunc
tion, believing the price named In the con
tract Is tqg high. The case will now be
tried on tUr merlta, and tacts and figures
will be grven' by J&ohMa to see whether
$.'8 is a' reasonably amrmnrto psy for city
Committee o -Mttaana Named by the
Council Listen tor Promoters
v.,o,t.,lrAlets ...v. k; . ,
The eoraruiur.ttftflJien:and taxpayers
appointed by the city council to Investigate
'and report ,a.JJe cl(y council as to .the
advisability of submitting t a vote of the
peaple at y election IJhe question of voting
bonds for tho conetructfbn by the city of
an' electric light and power plant, met oMn-.
doy afternoon at the Commercial club
rooms. r s . .
The compitUftes. consist it John L. Ken
nedy, William Mayden, J. E. Baum, C. M.
Wilhelm. W. T. Page. E. A. Cudahy, El
K.' Bruce, Robert Cowell, Victor Rose
water. W. R Watson, C H. Pickens and
Mel' I'M. The three things the council"
wants the committee to Investigate are'
whether there Is a practical water pow'er:
available near Omaha, and whether sufft-'
clent surveys and estimates have .been
made of such a power as to Indicate Its
cost and how many bonds should be asked
for If the cqmmlttoe recornmends the prop
osition. W.- T. Graham and D. C. Patterson of the
Real Estate-xhagjmHl with the com
mittee Monday and explained In a brief
way the different power propositions which
are-now beforp 1hc.i fwxjple. Three surveys
looking to water power, for Omaha have
been mad,' known W trie Seymour park
preposition, the Fremont scheme and the
Columbus scheme. All these use the waters
of the Loup and Platte rivers and all have
bee' passeilAlpori" -'fm leasible by competent
engineers. - -'"' J ....'
The committee decided that It would hj)d
frequent meeting to loo Into the ques
tion, the next meeting to be held Wednes
day afternoon, at which time the city
council w ill "he Irirttrd t join fn the de
Ubr.tlon.1 it j f i,Ht t
At later meetings 'the promoters of the
different water power schemes will be In
vited to present their: plans for the con
sideration of tke committee.
MANY SEEK IRRIGATED LANDS
Coloael Cndy Bays that tke Bis Horn
Maala I Attracting tta
. ,1fc,r-. -.' .
Colonel W. F. Cody arrived in Omsha
Monday evening, enroute from his ranch
at Cody. Wyo., to New York, where ar
rangements are being completed for ths
opening of the" buffalo Bill Wild West
show In Madisprt Byware Garden April IS.
Colonel Cdy ys the people are fast
learning o( the valuable' Irrigated land
which is being throws upon the market In
tie Big Horn basin and are flocking,, In
that ' directiqn. ?- '
Faopl in that Mettop aeem to think
there is no doubt, the. Burlington will build
this summer from QeuQ to Guernsey, which
as soon as! the line from North Platte to
Bridgeport is completed will give that road
two separate routes from the Missouri
river to lit Northern Pacific In Montana.
The new route wllj be a gtatrffrelght car
' rylng route, ' as It follows the water level
all the way and inlsaea the steep grades."
A. Correction. v
In A. Hcutfie A Co,'s advertisement Bun
flay framed pictures were advertised at
."one cent" each. It should have been II
each. -'....,.' i
Blaster Salt Continued.
8IOCX KAMA 8. D.. March SO.-fSpe-rlul.k
A sensation has been created at
Springfield, lion Homme, county by the
commencement of a slander suit which
promise to be quit Inioreatlng when It
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AJtyot Jock ale taking Ay" No gppetite? Poor digestion? Discouraged?
rni. aimfmllc Sr,h.l). K.J Consult VOUT dOCtOr.
A,. )e W a. A saw. Zl&TLZZ Tl Jf?."bu f O.ayeeC.
Is to love children, and no
Home can be completely
pectant mother must pass usually is
so full of suffering, danger and fear
that she looks forward to the critical
hour with apprehension and dread
comes to trial. The plaintiff In the suit Is
Miss Amanda 6knagland. a well known
young woman of Bpringfleld, while the de
fendant Is Lee Michel, one of the lending
rltlsens of Springfield. Miss Bkeagland ac
cuses the defendant of having made certain
remarks about her. She alleges she linn
been . damaged to the amount of $5,0(K)
inereny and asas mat she be awardad a
Judgmen or this amount.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., March ao.-pe-clal.)
Albert Ettlng, member of the city
council, president and main owner of the
Ettlng Fruit and Candy company, director
of the Grand Island Banking company and
owner of one-third Interest In the Glade
Milling company, passed away suddenly
Sunday afternoon. Mr. Ettlng was at work
yesterday at the wholesale fruit house and
candy factory, when he suddenly fell un
conscious. He partly recovered, assured
those who came t his side that he would
be ill right agalri. but sank Into uncon
sciousness almost Immediately and lingered
between life and death . until a late hour
today. He was 51 years of age and leaves
a wife, four daughters and two-sons. Two
sisters and a brother reside -In Iowa and
one brother In .David City, this state. He
came to- this city about the year 1887 and
has done much toward the development of
the city Industrially and commercially.
Death was due to a rupture of a blood
vessel In the brain. The funeral will take
place on Wednesday. By a strange fatality
the president-of the same banking Institu
tion, S. A. Peterson of Troy, N. Y., sud
denly passed away at the age of 65 and of
a similar cause, upon the same day.
Braadels V.aee Cartala Sale. ,
Next Monday at Brandels will be that
great sal of lace curtains. Watch for later
oartlculare. J.- L. BRANDEIS & SONS.
Promotion for Boats Dakotaa.
VERMILION, 8. D.. March 30. (Spe
cial.) A short time ago the. report was
heralded throughout the country that
Joseph J. Slechta, deputy, consul to Brasil
had seriously offended that country, and It
was said at the time that he would likely
be recalled by the ; United State . govern
ment. Such does nofseem 6 be the case,
however, as It develops, that the report
made, by the ydung South Dakotan about
transportation delays contains "more truth
than -poetry,'.'. At the time nls report was
published, some of the wise ones declared
that Slechta was Indiscreet, and was say
ing things of. which he had little knowl
edge and had made no Investigation. ,
One of Sledhta'ssweclflo charge was that
a change should be made. In steamship
lines If the Shippers of coffee were to per
ceive the best and quickest service, lie
recommended some other llnethan tUer
Braxlllan IJoyds, which was. established
upon the advice of Secretary iRoot whon
he made his trip through South America.
In a letter received this week by his
s)sttfr. Miss Mayme Slechta, of this city,
Mr. .Slechta gives out the Information that
he has just received a nice promotion from
deputy 'cbnsul general to vice consul, which
also adds K00 to his yearly salary. This
I certainly a good boost for the young
roan, and would not indicate that the coun
try which he has the honor to represent
has any thought of recalling Mm from Rio
Child Wanders Away anal Die. '
STURGIS, a D.. March 0(8p-lal.-"
Word lias been received) here that a t
y ear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Wagner, who reside near Lemmon, war
lost recently on the prairie and perished
before It was found. After a two day'
search by friends and neighbors 'he child
ws found near an old i!:n shgolc about
two mile distant from' where if ' disap
peared! The parents and the iMld had
been visiting at a neighbors, and the little
one, had been playing outside and finally
Land Values Kedaced.
STURGIS, 8. V., March 30.-(Speclal.)
Arthur P. Schnell, auditor of Meade county,
has returned from Pierre, where he at
tended a meeting of the State Board of
Equalisation. Mr. Schnell made an argu
ment for a reduction in the assessed valua
tion on Meade county lands and succeeded
In having the assessed valuation lowered 62
cents per acre, to $3, Instead of 13.52 per
acre. This should be the means ot quite
a saving in state taxes for Meade county
Mother Again Disappointed.
PIEDMONT, S. D., March !.-(Speclal.)-Mrs.
J. Harrington has returned from her
second trip to Nebraska In search of her
little girl, who disappeared on Elk Creek
about four years ago. The authorities in
Nebraska had a child which in some way
answered the description of the Harring
ton child, but upon arrival there Mrs. Har
rington was again disappointed, finding It
was not hers.
Stokes Asks Re-election.
STURGIS, 8. D.. March 30. (Special.)
Hon. O. O. Stokes of Harding has an
nounced himself as a candidate for state
senator of the Klrst-flrst district, coin
prising Meade and Butte counties, subject
to the wishes of the '"republican voters at
the June primaries. Mr. Stukes has served
Butte county as representative for two
x Schooner tat In Two;
SEATTLE. Wash., March JO. The fish
ing schooner I.ydla, formerly a government
vessel, was cut in two by the steamship
Chippewa of the Puget Navigation com
pany early this morning off Point No Point
and two members of the crew wert
drowned. Eight other men. including the
captain, were rescued by the life boats of
white? Cheeki pale? Blood tuin?
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W. RUMor WooA Pro. Tel. Harnor IS
DEATH LIST 1 FIFTY-NINE
Hanna Mine Adds Many More to Its
Long List of Victims.
ONLY THREE OFFICIALS STJUVIVE
Remainder Were Members of the
Besraet Party Which Met Dis
aster In the Second
HANNA, Wyo., March 30.-The bodies of
only five of the fifty-nine miner and thine
official killed In Ill-fated mine No. 1 of the
Union Pacific Coal company by the two
explosion Saturday have been recovered.
Other bodies will probably not be reached
for several days. Tho widows and orphsns
are being cared for yid there la no desti
tution. The local lodge of Knight of Pythias,
Odd Fellow and United Mine Worker of
America today met and mada arrange
ments to bury their dead member and pro
vide for the stricken families.
The official force of the local mines was
completely wiped out by the disaster. From
Superintendent Brlggs and his three fore
men down to the gas watchers, stable
bosses and others, all sr dead and com'
plete reorganisation of the working force
will be necessary. The entire official
family of the United Mine Workers la en
rolled on the roster of the dead.
Only Five Bodies Recovered.
HANNA, Wyo., March 29.-(Speclul Tele
gram.) Only five bodies have been recov
ered from the 111 fated mine of the Unlen
Pacific Coal company, In which two ter
rible explosion occurred yesterday after
noon and last night. They are: , '
Although seventy coffin are being rushed
to Hanna and those in a position to know
say this Is the number of dead, only fifty
four Same of victim ha been obtained
and they are as follows:- .
DAVID EI..TA8. state inspector.
Al-EX. BRIGOS, mine superintendent.
ALFRED DODD8, mine, foreman.
JAMES KNOX, mine -foreman.
EMU, E. 8EL.FU8T.
ROBERT WARBI RTON.
JOHN M. HOY.
JOHIN TULLY. '
P. A. BOYD.
ANDREW BlRCHALIk ' .
ANDREW HOY. J
JAMES IsM EATON. .
CHARLES HUGHES.- I
K. FHANTI. . , .., ,
MEN EAGER FOR THE CRUISE
American Seamen Are Anxlons to Go
on Trip Arcnnd the
MAGDALEN A BAY, March 1.-Vla 8an
Diego, Cal., March 30. (Special Correspond
ence Associated Press.) The news of the
continuation of the cruise to Australia and
through the Sue canal to .New York, thus
completing the clrcumforence of the globe,
was received aboard the ships with mixed
expressions of opinions. To many ot the
men who are on their initial cruise It waa
hailed with delight. Also score of the
younger unmarried officer regard the op
portunity to see something of the world
with the keenest appreciation. Many of
the older officers, howevef, who have been
In all the ports to be visited and whose
families are left behind for many month
to come, felt differently.
Many were heard to express the hope that
they might receive shore duty upon arrival
ft San Francisco.
X...t l 1 . - M J -. . V . M .
i m Biiigia iiuib ui uuuui irum ttag
officer to ordinary seamen was heard re
garding the certain success of such an un
dertaking. Sons of American Revolution.
CHEYENNE, Wyo.. March 30. (Special.)
Temporary organization of a Wyoming
branch of the Sons of the American Revo
lution was effected here last night by the
following 'committee from the Colorado
society: Dh C. N. Guyer, vice president
general of the national society; Frank M.
Keeser and Joseph M. Tuttle, Jr., ex-presidents
of the Colorado society, and Howard
T. Vaille, chairman of the Colorado so
ciette's entertainment committee. United
States District Attorney Timothy M.
Burke waa elected temporary president ot
tho Wyoming society, and H. B. Patn
was elected temporary secretary. yUr.
Tuttle tonight delivered a patriotic lec
ture at the First Presbytetrian church.
Strike at Cambria. Is Off.
NEWCASTLE. Wyo., March 30. (Special.)
The strike df the coal miners employed
at Cambria, a camp near this place, haa
been declared off and the men have re
turned to work. The miner laid down
their tools because they were dissatis
fied with a new wage scale declared by
the mine owners. Vice President Morgan
of this district of ths United Mine Work
er of America advised the men to accept
the scale and return to work.
rederal Wolf Mnaters.
PIN EDA LE. Wyo., March 30. -(Special.)
William D. Clemmons and F. 8. Van
Ripper have been appointed wolf hunters
for the United States government. Their
official title Is that of forest ranger, but
their duties will consist only of tracing
wolves to their dens and destrovinr the
adults and their progeny.
Smelter Blown la.
. ENCAMPMENT. Wyo.. March .-(Speo-lal.)
The smelter of the Penn-Wvomln
Copper company has again been blown In,
after a shut-down of several months mada
necessary by the disabling of the tram
way over which the smelter's or supply
comes from the Ferris-Iaggerty mine. .
Men lajared by Esnlosloa.
CODY, Wyo., March 30 (8ueclal.) Throe
foreign laborers, a Bulgarian and two
Roumanians, have bren brought to the
hcbpttal her from the government dam
In Shoshone canyon, where they were In
jured by an explosion of powder, the hand
ling of which they did not understand.
The Bulgarian lost an arm, a hue ax'
The Roumanians were painfully but
dangerously hurt; 4 y;.. .
NEW VOLCANO : IN 'GUATEMALA
Recent Karthqaake', tti'ens t o Crater
that Has Loan; Been la.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. March 30.-The
steamer, Panama, tortny brought news of
a volcano near Guatemala, so long extinct
that fits name had bwn forgotten, having
recently broke out.-Tne "people-living at
San Fllllpe. at the base of the mountain,
are Teeing for their Uvea.
Opposite the new volcano I Santa Maria,
a volcano, which during the last 800 year
has wiped out town after town. '
BIG GUN'S MUZZLE BLOWS OFF
Portion of Broadside Weapon of litis,
slonrl Falls Off Dnrlnsr
WASHINGTON, March 30. During tar
get practice Saturday at Magdalena bay,
140 inches of the muxxlo ot one of the
six-inch broadside guns lot the Missouri
blew off. The fracture was a clean one
and did not Indicate any flaw in the metal.
Practice wa continue and the gun will
be replaced by a new one from the Wash
ington tiftvy yard. No one was Injured.
FOLK HANDS OUT TESPITES
Governor of Missouri Grants n Stay
of Execntlon and One lorn
mutation. JEFFERSON CITY, 1 Mo., March 30.
Governor Folk today granted respites a
To A. C. BUes. stay of sixty days; Wll-J
11am Jeffries, stay of thirty days. Biles
waa under sentence to be execyrcd In St
Loul April 8 'and Jeffries was to have
been executed at Bt. Charles on April 3.
Theovcrnor commutted the death sen
tence of John Baker. . colored, o Boone
county, to life Imprisonment. -
Accident to Torpedo Boat.
WASHINGTON. March 30. An accident
to the torpedo boat Blakely, which ha
been engaged In torpedo target practice at
St. Joseph's bay. Florida, has compelled
It to ,return to the Fensacola navy yard,
where it will be necessary to dock the
vessel and make repairs. No details of
the accident are given In the report to the
Navy department except that the vessel
has been pierced by a torpedo.
Urgent Deficiency Bill Passed.
WASHINGTON, March 90.-The urgent
deficiency bill, ppropriatlng $2,000,000 for
armor, etc., for vessels heretofore author
ized, was today passed by the senate. On
motion of Senator Warren $50,000 was added
to the bill for mileage of officers and con
tract surgeons of the army when author
ised by law. ' "
, Five Years for ManIaagh(er.
RAWLINS, Wyo., March 30.-(Speclal.)-Fllberto
Vlalpando, convicted of man
slaughter, haa been sentenced In the dis
trict court' to five years In the peniten
tiary. Vialpando slew a Mexican sheep.
Herder during a range dispute v. several
month ago. .
TWO MATCHES l. PRELIMINARIES
Good Trimming 40 the Second Boras-
Beell Wrestle. Tonight. ;
T1!. .n ..1 . . . .
ungu rwo. 01 Lincoln will get a
chance to wrestle Ed Morgan at last, for
they have been matched for the pre
lrmarle to the Burns-Beel! wrestle at the
Auditorium tonlghU Johannes and Jack
rviuuejr wm aiso nave a go In the prelims.
1 ihb .oujrnc 10 makir am tnnl uniariainm.ni
for the ante-match atf-it Is possible to get
under the circumstances. Dago .Kid haa
beejj extremely anxious for a long time to
meet Morgan, so anxious. In fact, that he
it-i-emiy seni a cnauenge to Morgan for
match with a side bet of lion
Beell and Burns are both said to be In
the. best shape for their second meeting.
Burns gets in town this morning from ChT-
-". wnnre ne nas Deen putting in some
01 me most strenuous work of his life
training .Gotch for his great meeting with
Mack. Beell is fresh from his meeting with
wijii rrr hi jincoin last nigm.
Market Hunter at Lake Andes.
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., March 80.-(Spe-clal.)
In the belief that professional mar
ket hunters have commenced nrwatiAn. nt
Lake Andes, Charles Mix county, the game
wncuen 01 mat county ano.tne true sports
men of that part of the atate who rin not
want the law violated are maintaining the
utmost vigilance in .tne nope that the
professional hunters who are supposed to
have appeared at the lake may be caught
and made to Buffer tho- full penalty of the
law. It Is claimed that professional market
hunters follow the spring flight of fowl
from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada, and
from Canada to the gulf, each hunter In a
single season killing tand shipping thou
sands of the fowl. With them hunting is
noi a sport, out a Business. It ls-known
that soma ot the strangers who now are
hunting wild geese and ducks at Lake
Andes came from New Orleans, and for
this reason It is believed, they are the mar
ket hunters, who are doing more than all
th true sportsmen combined to ultimately
annihilate all wild fowl. In the event the
sportsmen and game warden of Charles
Mix county can secure the necessary
evidence against the professional market
hunters who are believed to be carrying on
their unscrupulous operations at Lake
Andes, the hunters will be made defendants
in state cases, and the United States au
thorities of South Dakota may also be
asked to prosecute them under the provi
sions of the Laeey act, better known as the
national game law.
Invincible Claim Victory,
WESTON, Neb.N March 30. (Special.)
Petermlchel's Invincible played a cloae
game with the Reds. The former claim a
victory by a score, of t to 7, while the
latter claim It waa a tie. Batteries: Pacal
and Staaka; Frohner and Walla. Umpire:
R. G. Hanford. F. J. Hale nf Kansas
City, A. H. Tarkin of Rlverton. Wyo., and
G. E. MacCarty of Gothenburg are at the
8. F. Berg of San Franclsco.'"W. E. Con
way. F. Frayser of Kansas City, A. W.
Lane, Charles Caldwell of Lincoln and E.
A. Schloas of St. -Joseph are at the Rome.
R. Heaton. T. E. Reagan of Kansas City,
J. D. Anderson of Bt. Mary's, P. A. Jacstd
of Columbus, II. It. Paxton of Chadron and
8. Saunder of Bleomfleld are at the Mil
lard. H. McDonald. M. Schubert of Columbus,
C. W. Conkllng of Tekamah, Mrs. Stuhr,
Mrs. Richardson of Mtnrten, Thomas Adam
and A. M. Adams of Vail, la . are , at th
A. A. Brown ot Plalnvtew, E. D. Logan,
P. E. Kersel of Silver Creek. A. J. Old
dings of Kearney, W. H. Edger. Newell
Jonrs of Central City, G. Poerlng of Tripp.
B. V., and C. II. Beavers of York are at
C. O. Johnson of Havelock. 8. D. Kll
Patrick. W. If. Kllpatrlrk of Meat rice. Mrs.
V. Simon of Oakland, L. E. Craig of Hous
ton. H. Whaley of Columbus. W. E. Holmes
of Savannah, Oa.; George Marksn of Sioux
City, C. H. Nicholson of Harvard. C. M.
Oruenther of Columbua and J. E. Wet
cott of Genoa are at the Pax too.
The Country's all right.
In place of Coffee, and
"T1W a Ren."
Read "The Road to WellvlUe,"
In pkgs. '
POLICE AFTER ANARCMSTS
New York Officer! Follow Cluei After
ALEXANDER BEEKMAN ARRESTED
Card from th Man Who Once Tried
to Kill Henry C. Frlek Found
In Sllrerstela'a Lodg- .
NEW YORK, March 30. Alexander Berk
man, the anarchist leader wH served a
long term In prison for an attempt to
assaasinat Henry C. Frlck, wa taken Into
custody by the police her today. He will
be taken to Bellevue hospital this after
noon and confronted with Se'.lg Silversteln,
the man who Is charged with having
thrown the bomb at the Union Square
meeting last Saturday.
Th police eay that when th two men
are brought 'together they will be ques
tioned closely to learn whether they have
anything In common. The detention of
Berkman was brought through th finding
In Silversteln' room In Brooklyn of a
card bearing Berkman's signature. This
card certified to Sllverstsin's membership
In the "Anarchlstto Federation union." It
bore th signature, "Alexander Berkman."
The police say that Berkman, when
shown the signature at police headquarter
today) acknowledged It waa his. When he
wa sought out by newspaper men after
the tragedy of Saturday and told that hi
signature had been found In Silversteln'
home, he denied acquaintance with the
wounded man and said ths. u It were true
that the signature had been found. It un
doubtedly was attached to some formal
letter with a request that h deliver an
address before some society. II said that
many request of this kind came to him
and that frequently they are made by per
sons unknown to him.
Ilversteln May Recover.
Silversteln. who Is frightfully Injured by
the explosion of the bomb, Saturday, wa
reported to have made considerable pro
gress toward recovery today. The physi
cians at Bellevue said that unless some un
favorable development come they believe
he may recover. He I being' closely
gusrded In the prison ward at th hos
pital. Two detectives were said today to have
gone form New York to some unnamed cttj
In the northern part of this state to
searota for member of an anarchist group
who fled from this city after the bomb ex
plosion on Saturday. Detective also are
reported to be searching for the haunts of
anarchists In Paterson, N. J., and It I
reported that the police departments of
Chicago, Denver, New Orleans and San
Francisco have been asked to ,co-operate
with the New York police In their effort
to discover any accomplices of Silversteln
No Signs of Recognition.
Berkman's visit to the hospital where h
was confronted with Silversteln failed to
bring any show of recognition on the part
of the two men. As Silversteln' eye are
sightless and covered with bandagts, two
detectives engaged Berkman In a spirited
conversation In Yiddish., as the trio stood
by the side of Silversteln' cot at the same
time watching the wounded man closely
for any sign or movement which might
Indicate recognition of Berkman's voice.
Nbthing of this kind occurred however.
and when Berkman declared positively
that he never bad seen Silversteln before
there was nothing to do but take him back
to police headquarters.
; police Commissioner Bingham, In speak
ing today of the disorders growing out of
Saturday's meeting of the .unemployed,
T have received no complaints of bru
tality on the part of the police, the police
were not brutal They did mighty well."
He Vas told that Robert Hunter, the
socialist leader who had Intended to ad
dress the meeting Saturday, had com
plained In a published statement that the
police had used him In a brutal manner,
"Mr. Robert Hunter wants to behave
himself," was the commissioner's reply,
"and If he doe not behave himself he will
be sorry for It. I will stand for no Incl
tatlons to riot or disorder and will suppress
them with an Iron hand. When I hear of
all this trouble caused by a lot of wind
bags. I want them to know that I will not
stand for It." :
When Berkman was arraigned before
Magistrate Droege In the Jefferson Market
police court a detective asked that he be
held for fortysght hours on an affidavit
which made no specific- complaint against
him. Th magistrate said he would
hold Berkman only If the detective had
tome definite charge to make, and a he
had none Berkman wa paroled on his
promise to appear again If desired.
The letter found In Silversteln' home
which were signed "Alexander Berkman,
treasurer," were appeals for funds for the
defense of Deplan and Weinberg, who were
arrested at the time of the clash between
the police and an assemblage of unem
ployed In Philadelphia.
FREE METHODIST MEETINGS
Preaching Services by rtev. Mil
ton M. Bales, D. D., of
Rev. Milton M. Bales, D. D.. of Chicago,
field superintendent of the Christian and
Missionary alliance, Is speaking this week
at 3 and 7:30 p. m. at the Free Methodist
church, 1T37 South Eleventh street. His
subjects are as follows:
Monday, 136 p. m. "Conversion."
Tuesday. 8:00 p. m. "Water, a a I Type
of the Holy Spirit."
Tuesday, 7:80 p. m. "The Seven Cries ot
Jesus While on the Cross."
Wednesday. J:00 p. m. "Fire as a Type
of the Holy Spirit."
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. "Life and Life
Thursday, a:00 p. m. "The Seven Fold
Office Work of the Holy Spirit.".
Thursday, 7:30 p. m "Is There a Heaven
and Where is It? Is There a Hell, and
Where Is It?"
Friday, p. m. "Fsith."
Friday, 7: JO p. m. "The Seven Reason
Why Our Lord Jesus Christ Came to This
Dr. Bales was for fourteen years a pastor
In Chicago and New York City.
OTKIILIP 0. K.. SAYS DAVIS
Democratic Politician Hard Ip, hut
Will Make Good. Omaha
F. II. Davis, vice president of the First
National bdnk, haa returned from Colum
bus, where he went on business. On the
train Mr. Davis met P. E. McKlllip, termer
democratic candidate for congress In the
Third district, who recently ha had some'
difficulty In lsnd transaction In th Cedar
As Mr. Davis Is concerned In Mr. Mo
Killlp making good and redeeming his
credit, th Omaha banker looked Into tha
affair of th democratic politician ad
aid when ha returned to Omaha that Mc
Klllip was just a little hard up and had
been trying to handle mora than he wa
financially ahle ' to swing with comfort,
but will come -out all right. Mr. Dsvis
said the report' that McKlllip had fled to
Canada was absurd and he met tha man
on 'the train and went to Columbus wltb
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PENSIONS lOR NEBRASKANS
Karnes of Those Who Benefit by
Distribution of Money In
WASHINGTON. March 30. (SoeclaH
The commissioner of pensions has advised
Congressmen Boyo Hlnshaw and Klnkald
of the allowance of pensions to their con
stituents a follows:
Congressman Boyd's 'district: Gorgo
W. Stewart, Boone, $16; William W. Cloyd,
Battle Creek. 30: Isaac Chamberlain,
112; John M. Jones, Nickerson. ill: John
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..iini, v runr rutpins, lilt: vlllia.m t-iarr,
Norfolk t'tn .Inhn r . Whlt..b.r
Creek, $8: Herman J. Lueehen. Creston.
15; John Osterlah. Hooper, $15: Fredcrkh
rvennm, fjigin, sit: tjwin u. Rector, Co
lumbus. 'U: Frederick Hnlnto I'nlirnihm
Loney Plalnvlew. $16; Joshua C. Wells,
Wakefield, IJo; Sarah Losure, Crelghton,
; Robert T. Robinson. Cedar Ranlria.
$16; Thomas Bryant, Schuyler, 116; Jacob
Maple, Schuyler, JIB; Seth M. Hunt, Fre
Congressman Vlnb'nM llatt.lr.t. A
$12, John E. Burnett. Lynch: ' Evan m!
Moseley, Elton; Levi, J. Allen. Epworth;
WHIlHm O Wertc Mh.pI.bi.' tir. I.r n ;
F. Moore. Ogallala: $J0, Joseph H. Malotie,
iniiiKiuu. Act oi june jc, iwto, nenry
H. Pell, Maxwell. Increase ami relaaim
from JulV WrM at tin r.nr mrvr.i1.
Moses Lewis of Anselmo has been al
lowed a pension at the rate of $17 per
Congressman Hlnshaw' district: At Pt,
Elisabeth A. Campbell, Osceola; at 112.
Renjamln F. Nodding. Rising Citv; James
T. Stewart, Liberty; James H. Smith. Mc
Cool Junction; Noah Harlan, Valparaiso;
Thomas Townsley, Giltner; at $14. Norman
J. La Dlew, York;, at $15. Joseph Miller,
Mllford; at $20. Jacob D. Slider, Wllber;
John J. Evans, Waco; Edwin D. Kent.
York: Monroe Helter. Mllford; Bbenexej
Franklin, Linwood; Sidney R. Lounnhury,
Aurora; at $30, John A. Boston, David
BIG REWARD FOR DYNAMITER
Officials of Colorado with Mino Own
era Make I p Largo Sim
TELLt'RIDE, Colo.. March 30. Rewards
offered for the capture of person or per
sons who dynamited . General Bulkeley
Wells Saturday In an effort to kill him
aggregate $10,000. Sheriff Fitipatrlck said
today that sufficient evidence to warrant
arrests had not yet been obtained. , Henry
Anker q, waiter, arrested for using Incen
diary language, has. been found to have no
connection with.' the crime.
General Woll is suffering greatly from
the shock to his nerves, due to the ex
plosion, and haa joined his family at Colo
rado Clly for a rest.
FIGHT FOR LOW FARE RENEWED
Missouri Railroads Agree to Continue
Legal Battle Agnlnat Two
8T. LOtJIS.- March 30. A conference
of the general solicitors of all the Mis
souri rallroadsfwas hidld'hero today and
It was decided to renew the fight against
the 2-cent .rate law .' in Missouri. It la
said that Injunction ! proceedings to pre
vent' the' further operation of the 2-cent
rate law are, to be renewed before Fed
eral Judge McPherson at Kansas City as
the result -of the.' conference today.
SPECIAL SESSION OF COURT
Request of Attorney General Thomp
son in (Express Cnae Ifa
LINCOLN. March M.-Tha Nebraska su
preme court, 'at the request of Attorney
General Thompson, will hold a special ses
sion Wednesday to listen to arguments
In the litigation of the state against the
express companies. The attorney general
filed suit to compel tha express companies
to comply with the Sibley act, . reducing
express rates 2!i per. cent.
I'alon Favlfle Work Resumed.
OGDEN, Vtah, March JO.-The I'tah Con
struction company lias been Instructed by
the Harrlman officials to resume grading
a line from Huntington to Homestead,
Baker county, Oregon. This work was
halted last fall at the beginning of the
,j It ia ilmple aid to Nature noth
ing more, nothing less.
pas been nsed
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1317 Douglas St,
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Any on$ can make .rood oak with
Prepared Cake Flour
?'wo eents' worth make a cake,
a packages. Axk your grocer;
Writa toils for "f!ak finf mli."
Iglehtart Brat.. Dept. N, tvintrin. bat
Th onW high irrmde 4
bask inn Fow ir void
t iuolcrt prioe. feh
and other dror habits sr DositlrelT oarsd bj
HABITINA. For hypndsrmln or internal me,
hsmple sent to snr drag hshltne by
mail. Reirular price $3.00 per bottle at A ret
your drufrslat or by mall la plain wrapper.
Delta Chemleal Co., St. Louis. Ha.
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HAYDEW BIOS., OUXt, KXS
To-XTIfht at S:1S '
.Mr. John C'ort Presents '
In bis big auooas
THE MAN ON THE BOX
Tuesday and Wednesday Matlae
THE GINGER. BREAD MAN
0TS HIOKT OHI.T
Thursday Bvsnlng at 8il3
AKO COMPART UT COsTCEKT
rrloes 11.00 to $3.00 .
Friday and BatnrdayMatln taturdai
FBAaTCIia WlLaOBT . . 7
la bla latest success,
WHEN KNIGHTS WERE COLD
Tuesday, March 31, 'Oi
SECOND ORE AT
BETWEEN ; '
and Fred Booll
Reserved Heat now on sale et Boa
Prices: 50c, 75c, f 1.00 and f I AO.
H.atinaes Daily, g:lS. Xrtry Might, till
Xllid VV'i.Llv Marvel's pictures. Angels
Deloits it i.'u., the Kedoun Araus, C'aruu i
Farnum. Nobltt it. Murshall, Jacob and
his clever assistant, tiluulds ft Uoger. and
the Klnudi'ume. .
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Th Mirthful Society Cotusdy
A played by John View and
Mais; Tuea., Thuis.. but. and Sunday
Hast! "TUX OHLT WAT" ...
To-sTlarht rest Tims
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THE OLD CLOTHES MAN
Tasa-law Wslota ia "Th Sbeajuakar"
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