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THE OMAHA DAILY BHEi P ATI! WAY. SF.rTEMTtnT? Cfi. 100.
Office 15 Scott Street
Stockert elj csrpets.
Ed Rogsrs. Tony Fault ber.
School Mupplles. Alessnder's. KB )J wy.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Thona i!.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tal T33.
-W'a know we hava ths, best f.our. E o
la tha name. Bartell Miller, 'phone 139.
C. C. Haynes. funeral director and em
balmer, ji Broadway.
Attend the millinery nperrns; at Pprlnk's,
Friday and Saturday, Beptember 2b and 26.
A. O. Riddle haa been appointed hy the
Board of I'ark Commissioners caretaker of
John Blgley and Christens Nelson, both
of this city, were married yeaterday by
Rev. Henry DeLong.
Glsssrs that rive satisfaction are tilted
and ground by Dr. Magsrrell, tha opto
metrist, 10 Pearl atreet.
A building; permit waa leaued yeaterday
to Angel Alta for a ona-atory cottage In
Cochran addition to coat (1,200.
J. J. Shea, a former member of the bar
of thta city, who waa called here by the
(llneaa of hla father, returned laat evening
to hla homo In Bartellsvllle, Okl.
Mrs. J. Q. Patten, 921 Beventh avenue, la
at the Jennie Edmundeon Memorial h'os-
pltau where Wednesday aha underwent a
aertoua operation. Her condition was stated
yeaterday to be favorable for recovery.
Robert E. Trembly, agra trr, died yester
day at hla home, 1311 Avenue B, from
typhoid fever after a short Illness. He la
survived by hla wife, one child, his mother
and two alatera. Arrangements for the
funeral have not been completed.
The congregation of the Fifth Avenue
Methodist church will tender a reception to
Rev. E. C. Newland, who haa been returned
by the conference aa pastor for another
year, thla evening. The reception will be
held In the church parlora and the public Is
Laverne Tolllnger has beetl named assist
ant to his father. J. M. Tolling!-, deputy
clerk of the district court at Avoca. The
request of H. J. Chambers, acting clerk of
the district court, that Mr. Tolllnger be
allowed an assistant was granted by the
Board of Supervisors Wednesday.
A suitcase, found In the alley buck of ?"9
Wet Broadway yesterday morning hy the
police was later claimed by J. Martin, who
stated that It hail been stolen while he was
Bitting In Baylies pnrk Wednesday evening.
The theft of the suitcase, which contained
shirts, collars and other articles of men'a
wearing apparel, waa not reported to the
Elijah Walker, aged 66 yeara, died yeater
day morning at the Jennie Kdmundson
Memorial hospital after an Illness of ten
months. The body was removed to Cutler'a
undertaking rooma and will be taken today
to Winchester, la., for burial. Deceased
waa a retired farmer and had made his
home In Council Bluffs for the last nine
yeara. He leaves two sons. John E Walker
of Keosauqua, la., and W. H. Walker of
this city, and two daughters, Mrs. V,
Charles Wataon of thia city and Mra. Ern
est Stelnman of St. Joaeph, Mich.
The Water company will put up this
bond as a guarantee that It will do all that
ita proposition to the city council agreed
todo. Thla la the proposition that the coun
cil refused to consider and turned down,
as a majority of Its members had agreed
to do before they even knew what the
proposition would contain.
Three Per Cent
Of the grdss receipts of the Water com
pany would help some. The Water com
pany will pay this to the city and will put
up a good big bond guaranteeing that the
company will do It at once.
SATS SUITOR IS TOO STREXtJOVS
'Waitress Has Man Arrested
Thrratenlnar to Shoot Her.
Charged with making theats to kill Miss
Freda Sterling a young woman employed
as waitress In the lunchroom of the Good
rich hotel, because she had, It Is alleged,
refused to marry Mm, H. W. Flood, an
Insurance agent from Llnneus, Mo., was
arrested early yeaterday morning and will
have a hearing before Judge Snyder In
police eourt thla morning.
According to Mlsa Sterling, Flood, who
was formerly county recorder of Linn
county, Missouri, and now Is agent for
the Missouri State Life insurance com
pany became Infatuated with her some
time ago and haa been persistent In his de
mands that she marry him. Miss Sterling
said, however, that ahe waa not In love
with the man and had conatantly refused
to listen to his offers of marriage.
Flood. It la said, came to the Goodrich
hotel last Saturday and in order to avoid
meeting him. Miaa Sterling remained In her
room. Flood attempted to find her, but
waa unsuccessful. Sunday, he managed to
meet her aa ahe came out of her room tt
take a walk. He again, It la said. Inals'.ed
that she marry him and again Mlsa Ster
ling refused. Miss Sterling said that Flood
then proposed that they go to her room and
commit suicide together.
Flood turned up at the hotel again yes
terday morning and Miss Sterling hearing
that he had displayed a revolver In the
saloon and had threated to shoot her, noti
fied the police and Flood's arrest followed.
Miss Sterling, who haa been married be
fore, but divorced, atated that Flood waa
arrested In St. Jospeh last winter for
threatening to shoot her husband and wag
When arraigned In police court yeaterdiy
morning, Flood, against whom a charge of
carrying concealed weapona had been
placed, denied that he had ever male any
threat' to ahoot the young woman. He
said that he desired to see her In order
that he might return her watch which he
had In hla possession. Miss Sterling, how
ever said, trrat she had letters In her
possession from Flood in which the latter
had made threats agalnat her, and ssld
further that she would bring the letters
to the court for evidence. The further
hearing waa continued until thla morning,
Flood'a bond being placed at J00. in default
of which he waa locked up In the city jail.
Council mutts Labor
Would be tept busy all this fall and winter
laying the miles of water mains that
the Weter company would put In. The
Water company will put up a good big
bond guaranteeing to atart work at once
and keep going.
We are the only laundry that are ualng
the Protex. Bluff City Laupndry, 22 and
14 North Main 6t. 'Phones 314.
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
Name and Residence.
Henry S. Payn-. Omaha
Helen Henderson, Omaha
John Blgley, Council Bluffs
Chriatena Nelson, Council fluffs..
' We are a I way a on the move, but
time we are moving our hardware
paint atock Into our new building Juat eaat
of our main office and lumber building.
Out floor apace ia about four time as large
as before, and we are enlarging our at oik
accordingly. The main rraaon why we
grow: We alwaya aell low. C. Hafer Lum
ber company, 135 Broadway. Both 'phones
0t Council Bluffs. In.
The On Minute washer. 110. Let us send
you one on trial. Other machines from
US to HT M. J. Zoller Mer Co.. 100-108-104-it
Broadway. Toooes 13 .
INTEREST FROM IOWA
Both 'Phones 43.
PARTY GOES TO JOIN TAFT
Bluff i Men Will Accompany Candi
date on Tonr of State.
ONE BIO MEETING FOR THIS CITY
Speaker Mot Derided t'poa, bat Wilt
Be Someoae of Prominence Can
didate Porter Drops In on
Congressman Walter I. Smith, Rational
Committeeman Ernest E. Hart, State Com
mitteeman George S. Wright and Victor E.
Bender left last evening for Clinton to ueet
the Taft special, which la acheduled to ar
rive there thta morning about S o'cloo.
They will accompany Mr. Taft In tha spe
cial from Clinton to Burlington, Muacatlne
and Ottumwa, and from the laat named
place to Dea Molnea, where It haa been
planned to hold eeveral big republican
The republicans will hold one big rally
In Council Bluffs before the close of the
campaign. The date for the meeting has not
yet been set, but State Committeeman
George S. Wright aaid yesterday It proba-
j bly would be during the latter part of Oc
tober. The state committee has promised
to assign a speaker of national prominence
for this meeting. Mr. Wright Is also plan
ning for a big meeting at Avoca and hopes
to secure from the state committee the
assignment of some prominent speaker for
A number of the prominent members of
the local democracy gathered at the head
quarters "on First avenue yesterday morn
ing to greet Claude R. Porter of Centerville,
the party's candidate for United States
senator In this state. At noon Mr. Porter
left for Missouri Valley, where he was
booked to speak In the afternoon. From
Missouri Valley Mr. Porter went to Logan,
where ha spoke In the evening. He was
accompanied from Council Bluffs by W. H.
Schurs, vice chairman of the democratic
county central committee. They returned
here laat night. This afternpon Mr. Porter
will speak at Greenfield and In the even
ing at Casey. Saturday afternoon he Is
scheduled to speak at Harlan and In the
evening at Earlhani. Next week Mr. Porter
will do his campaigning In his own con
gressional district, the Eighth.
"As this Is practically my first trip out
this campaign," said Mr. Porter yesterday
morning, "I cannot say anything with ref
erence to the situation In Iowa from my
personal knowledge. I expect to know more
about the chances for a democratlo legis
lature after 1 have been over the state
more, although leading members of the
party tell me they are receiving most en
cnuracing reports at the headquarters In
State Committeeman J. J. Hughes and
S. B. Wadsworth left yesterday morning
for Des Molnea to attend the democratic
state convention. J. N. Cassdy, Jr., one of
the delegates from this city, haa been In
Des Moines for several days and expected
to attend the convention.
M. F. Rohrer was elected president of
the Second ward Bryan-Kern club. Julius
Keppner, at the meeting In the Fifth ward
Wednesday night was elected temporary
prealdent of the Bryan-Kern club of that
A general meeting of the Bryan-Kern
clubs has been called for this evening In
democratic headquarters on First avenue
and Pearl atreet.
Jca.ll term Western Iowa College Is open.
Enroll any day. Send for catalogue.
A little thing soon becomes a great thing.
The first moment of neglect of the eyes Is
the first step towsrd Irrepsrable harm.
Come to us promptly and be on the safe
aide. Eyes exsmlned free. Leffert's, 409
Broadway, Council Bluffs.
'Alarm Clock Sale.
Four hundred $1.25 alarm clocks at 85c.
Petersen Schoenlng company.
DEEDS TO AVDITORITM LOTS
Work on Construction of Bnlldlnsj to
Commence at Oner.
Deeds for the property at the southeaat
corner of Washington avenue and Bryant
street on which the Auditorium and stock
sales pavilion Is to be erected will be de
livered today to the Auditorium company
and work on the foundation will be com
At the requeat of the company City En
gineer Dtnyre and his corpa of assistants
will today set out the stakes for the foun-
i datlons of the building. All of the pre
liminary work connected with the drawing
of the plans haa been completed and ap
proved so that F. E. Cox, the architect,
ian go ahead and flnlah them. The com
mittee In charge of the construction of
the building Is confident that the Audi
torium will be ready for the meeting of
the National Horticultural congresa In De
cember. W. S. Keellne and C. M. Atherton, two
of the committee appointed by the Na
tional Horticultural congress to go to St.
Joseph to confer with J. M. Irvln, editor
of the St. Joe Fruit Grower, with refer
ence to the appointment of vice presidents
In the different ststes, returned yesterday
morning. T. A. Barker, the other member
of the committee, remained at St. Joaeph
on other bualness.
"We gained valuable auggesttona from
Mr. Irvin," aald Mr. Atherton, "which
we will put In practice at the big fruit
Show In December. One of, Mr Irvln' aug
geatlona which we plan to carry out la
the Installation of an experimental kitchen
in which will be demonstrated the best
and most economical ways of cooking
fruits and vegetables such aa will be ex
hibited. Mr. Irvln la quite enthusiastic
over the proposed show here and promised
to use his best efforts to secure exhibits
from the Seattle fair, which he will attend
King of all bottled beer. L. Rnsenfeld
Co., distributor.' Both 'phone, 3423.
Night school Western Iowa college opens
next Monday evening. College office open
evenings this week.
Bids Asked on Ftre Hons.
Althoug no definite arrangement has been
made as yet by the city council for obtain
ing the money to pay for the erection of
the building. City Clerk Cassdy, In ac
cordance with Instructions from the coun
cil has advertised for bids for the con
struction of the proposed new central fir
station fcl the Junction of North Main
and Bryant streets. Bids will be received
up to noon of Monday, October IX and
must be accompanied by a certified check
In a sum equal to I per cent of the amount
of the bid.
The contract for the concrete retaining
walls, arch over Indian creek and founda
tion for the proposed fire station waa
awarded to E. A. Wlckham, but It haa not
yet been drawn up and signed, owing to
the fact that City Solicitor Kimball la out
of the city. It y underatood, however, th.at
Contractor Wlrkhsm la assembling mater
ial for tha work and proposes to begin
work in a ehort time.
Tha proposed new fire station will coat.
It la eatlmated, from tl.nno to rV00o. At
the time It waa first suggested to replace
the present engine house with a new and
modern fire ststlon, Mr. Wlckham an
nounced that he was prepared to loan the
city tha money needed to pay for tha con
atructlon of the building.
Music lovera will find the Crown r1not.
which have been described recently In a
I aerlea of artlclea In the Delineator as the
perfect planna of today, at the Bmirlclus
Piano House. 835 Broadway, Council Bluffs,
Great music sale at Hcspe's Saturday.
All the latest popular hits 19c per. 29 Pearl
V IX CENT'S
Appropriate Exercises In Honor of the)
The twenty-first anniversary of the ar
rival In thla city of Mother Vincent, tha
revered head of the several institutions
founded and conducted by the Sisters of
Mercy in Council Bluffs, was observed
yesterday with appropriate services.
During the forenoon mass wss said In
the chapel of the Academy of Our Lady
of Victory, the new boarding achool for
girls recently opened by the Sisters of
Mercy, while the occasion was made more
or less of a gala day In the other Institu
tions of which Mother Vincent Is the loved
and honored head. A number of priest
from outside the city participated In the
services. Among those assisting at the
mass were Rev. Father McManus of St.
Francis Xsvler's church of this city. Rev.
Father Molyneau. formerly of this city;
Rev. Father McDermott of Keokuk, Rev.
Father McDald of Omaha, and Rev.
Fathers Dally, O'Neill and Burkhouser of
The music of the mass was rendered by
a choir consisting of the following young
women: The Misses Kurtenacker, Mc
Gulre, Gaffney, Prlnty, Kalol, Clark,
Sweeney, Byrnes, Butler, Toung and Staf
ford, all belonging to the corps of trained
nurses of Mercy hospital, and were as
sisted by Messrs. F. W. Balluff. basso,
and Eugene Ingoldsby, tenor, of St. Fran
cis Xavler's choir. Miss Kurtenacker pre
sided at the beautiful new organ, the gift
of Mr. Balluff to the academy, and Mr.
Ingoldsby conducted. Leonard's third
mass In B flat was sung. Following Is
the musical program:
Tenor Solo "Chrlste"
Soprano Solo "Gratlas"
Bass Solo "Vent Creator" Hlmmel
Qnsrtet Et lncarnatusest
Miss McGulre, Mlsa Gaffney, Mr. Balluff,
Duet Et In Kplrltum
Miss McGulre, Miss Prlnty.
Bass Solo Offertory, "Redemptor
Alto Solo Benedlctus
Agnus Del Soprano and alto duet....
Misses Gaffney and McGulre,
"God of Might"
Mother Vincent Is head of five Institu
tions In this city. They are St. Bernard's
hospital, Mercy hospital, St. Mary's Home
for Toung Women, Mt. Loretto academy,
for young boys, and the new Academy of
Our Lady of Victory. Thla remarkable
woman alao has the supervision of St.
Catherine's Home at Dea Moines ana St
Patrick's academy at Imogens.
Hospe just received two carloads of fine
high-grade pianos In all the latest woods
and designs. 29 Pearl street.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel, 250. Night, LOTS.
Wanted, places for ladles to work for
room and board. Western Iowa College.
BEEMER RECOVERS HIS MONEY
Confidence Man Pays Up and Secnrea
Dismissal of Case.
C. R. Beemer, the young man from De
troit, Mich., who was flam-flammed out
of 125 by three alleged confidence men on
a Northwestern passenger train between
Sioux City and Council Bluffs, Wednesday,
succeeded in recovering his money yester
day afternoon. T. Hasklns, one of the three
alleged card sharks, who waa arrested
while trying to make a getaway Wednesday
evening, paid Beemer back hla 25, and
thereby secured a dlamissal of the charge
agalnat him and hla release from the county
When Hasklna waa arraigned before Jus
tice Greene yesterday afternoon, Beemer
having filed an Information In that court,
counsel for Hasklns asked for a continu
ance until Saturday, which was granted.
Hasklns' bond waa placed at 5O0, and In
default of same he wss sent to the county
Jail. Not wishing to lay In Jail Hasklns.
through his attorney, offered to refund
young Beemer what he had lost provided
the case agalnat him was dismissed.
Beemer, being on his way to the Pacific
coast, wss not anxious to stop over here
for several days, although determined to
push the case against Hasklns or secuie
the return of the 125 he claimed to have
been buncoed out of, and after consulting
with Asaistant County Attorney Roaa ex
pressed hla willingness to accept the prop
osition and dismiss the charge. The money
waa paid over to Beemer and during the
afternoon Hasklns waa released from the
Do you need a pump? We have all kinds
at lowest prices. Iron pumps up from 19.
i. Zoller Mer. Co., 100-102-104-1C Broadway.
George W. Klein. 19 South Main street
Both 'phones. "Have It done tight."
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
September 24 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffa:
Io K. Hill, widow, to Willla Coy. lot
20. block 17. Wright's add., w. 1 $
John 8. Alley and wife and William
11. Alley and wife to H. C. Crowl,
lots 23 and 24. block at'. Railroad add.,
a. w. d
William Shaw, single, to Agnes C.
West, lots ft, 7. 8 and 9. block 3, Bush
nell's add., w. d
Christian Eberhardt and wife to Ixuils
Feblowlts. Riff feet lots 1 and 3. block
6. Squlre'a ac d . w. d
Samuel Alexander and wife to Walter
R. Sulhoff. lot 9. block 2. Hughe &
I)onuphana add., w. d
Peregory-Moore company to 1'nlted
Htfctts cr America, e'i loi , mock 0,
Baylies' 1st add.
Total, aix transfers.
. I 1,910
Now Is the tims to take up your flowers.
We have every also flower pot from 4 to
12 Inchea. Let us quots you prices. J. Zol
ler. Mer. Co., 100-lOS-lOt-lM Broadsray.
Water Maias Fir Hydraats.
Th Water company has offered to put
UD ft S QxX bis: bond aniaraatt tst tt
will put In water main and fire hydrants,
and put them In at once.
First ward. "Vj miles mains, U fire hy
dranta. Second ward, 14 miles mains, 11 fire hy
drants. Third ward. miles mains. 23 fire hy
drants. Fourth ward, IH mllea mains, IS fire hy
drants. Fifth ward. 6 miles mains, .41 fire hy
dranta. Sixth ward, " mllea main. 53 hydrants.
Four and a half mllea of this pipe Is
south of Sixteenth svenue, between Sixth
and Thirteenth streets.
MOB IS CHASIXG A WIFE-BEATER
threats to Lynch Him It He Can Bo
BOONE, la., Sept. 25. (Special Telegram.)
Andrew Jamaica, a resident of Fraxer, was
chased by a mob of half a thousand laat
night. He had been cruelly beating hla
wife, tore her hair from her heart, stripped
the clothing from her body and mads his
getaway In the dark. He Is supposed to be
hiding In the woods and hills nearby. It
la alleged he has been beating his wife
some time. Women are leading the mob
and It would have lynched Jamaica with
out delay If caught. The town Is greatly
excited and the man may be lynched, It
la feared. If he returns.
Bnslness to Stop for Taft.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., Sept. 25.-1 Special.)
The special train on the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific railroad bearing William
H. Taft across the state of Iowa will
reach Cedar Falla Saturday morning about
10 o'clock. The committee has notified the
press that the presidential nominee of the
republican party, will make a brief address
from the rear platform. Business, gener
ally, will be suspended, and a large crowd
will gather to see and hear t the dlstin
Grand Jury Charges Manila tighter.
MARSHA LLTOWN, la., Sept. 24. (fjpe
cltl Telegram.) An unlooked for develop
ment arose when the grand Jury reported
tonight, Indicting W. B. Toler for man
slaughter Instead of first degree murder.
Toler snot and killed G. W. Davles, an
Iowa Central striker several weeka ago. The
grand Jury Indicted two bartenders of the
Des Moines Malt company, on charges 'of
nuisance to determine whether corporations
can run saloons In Iowa,
Poison In Pressed Meats.
CEDAR FALLS, la., Sept. 24.-(Speclal.)
Several students of the Iowa State Nor
mal school have been seriously sick since
Sunday, suffering with ptomaine poison,
caused by eating pressed meats which were
served for supper. None was cbnsldered
dangerously 111, but those who ate most
heartily wete great sufferers. All are now
reported Improving and will probably be
able to return to Jhelr class work on
Car Looters Arrested.
CLARINDA, la,, Sept. 26. (Special.) De
tective Buell of the Burlington railroad
last night arrested Mat Casey and a col
ored man commonly known as "Black
Jack" for breaking and entering freight
cars and the depot.
For the laat three or four months cars
have been broken open and twice the depot
lias been forcibly entered. There seems to
be a well formed plan to loot cars that
come into these yards.
Ely Goes to Cuba.
IOWA CITY, la.. Sept. 24. (Special.)
Asher W. Ely. center on Iowa's famous
championship team In 1600, haa sailed for
Cuba, where he will be one of Uncle Sam's
civlo ataff lit governmental offices In Ha
Winona Gets Meeting;.
CLINTON, la. 8opt. 26. -Winona gets the
next meeting of the upper Mississippi Im
provement association by defeating St.
aul today, 67 to 62.
Iown Navrs .Notes.
MARSHALLTOWN Jolm McCune of
Vinton today received notice of his BP'
polntment to a clerical position In the War
department at Washington. He will leave
at once tu begin hla dutlea.
MARSH A LLTOWN Ralph Aldrich, the
self-confeased defaulting cashier of the
Farmers' Savings bank of Huxley pleaded
guilty in me story county district court
yesterday and was sentenced to serve ten
years in the penitentiary.
IOWA FALLS Joe Caton, the 16-year-
nid son or Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caton
living northeast of this city, in Gran
townahlp. Franklin county, died laat nigh
aa a result of injurlea sustained by a kick
in the stomach by a vicious horse.
MARSH A LLTOWN Crushed under
threshing machine when it went through a
Diioge near tagio drove yeaterday, Clar
ence Hcnarrer or near that place waa
killed. He was dead before he could be
removed from under the machine. The
bridge that the machine went through was
oniy a temporary one.
IOWA FA LLS The long drv snell
three weeks, during which there hss been
s-ime excessively not weather for Septem
her. waa broken laat evening In this sec
tlon by a good shower, that will do much
to revive the parched pastures and help
ine ran plowing. i ne most or tne corn
has been matured by the dry hot spell and
me major portion or tne threshing ha
MARSHALLTOWN Denutv Sheriff H M
Gause, for many years an employe In the
on ice or the sheriff or Marshall county,
today resigned to become deputy county
ireuBurrr unoer Acting Treasurer R. XV.
Stevens. Treasurer J. M. Cooper, whose
ierm expires jsnuary 1. will leave the of
rice on October 1 to assume the duties o
casnier In the Iowa Savings bank. Mr,
nievens is tne republican nominee to sue
CRESTON Today closes the second an
nuai pumpKin restlval held at Orient. Tli
attendance has been remarkablv laren an.
the enthusiasm unbounded. The streets and
stores wore pumpkin and pumpkin vln
decorations snd presented a novel appear
vjvuu Diu.i-Liv'is oi vnrjCM'3 Kino
were presented. Uootl speeches, and kooi
music, furnished by the G.-eenfleld bund
helped make the festival a success. Pi-.
mliims in different departmenta are to be
CRESTON The dry. hot weather canflt
Hons prevailing here the last six week
wniie nenericlal to the ripening corn rroi
begin to cause some apprehension. Pota
toes and pastures sre siifferiri$: for rMn
and the pastures are dry and !rrw:i The
yield of small gra n n tills v clnttv h
been quite light. The corn cron has rinene,
smazlnglv. and another week of the wnrm
drv weather will put the bulk of the crop
oui oi irosi s way, it is Deuevea.
MARSHALLTOWN Three were Inlured
two of them seriously, In a had runaway
accident north of the city late thla after-
noon, when A. L. Cotton, a well known i
farmer, and his wife were dragged fur i
more than a quarter of a mile In an over- i
turned huggy. Mr. Cotton's slster-ln-la w.
Mrs. Albert Cotton of New Orleana, was
thrown out of the burey when it upset
and eseaoed Inlurv. The horses became
frightened St a threshing engine, and whirl
ing, overturned the bue-rv. Both Mr. and
Mrs. fotton were fearfully bruised.
WRIGHT FLIES AGAINST WIND
Aviator Stars Fp Flftr-Foor Minutes
la m r.larhteen-Mlle
I.B MANS. France. ftept. JR. Wilbur
Wrlg-ht made a successful flight this after
ni)Oii against the wind, which vai blowing
at the rate of about eighteen mile an hour.
He remained for a fraction more than
fifty-four minutes, covering; officially
thirty-nine kilometers ftwenty-four milts),
which Is about half a kilometer mors than
the dlatance he made fv Jhe Mlrhelin
prise on Monday. In reality Mr. Wrljlit
covered about thlrty-flv miles, th force
of th wind obliging htm to meks wid
IEARSI READS MORE LETTERS
Standard Oil Company Accused of
Tampering; with Senators.
HASKELL AND THE STEEL TRUST
Part ! Ceart Record Read to show
that GoToraor of Oklahoma
Assisted In Orsaaltlag
NEW YORK, Sept, 26 -Wllllam R. Hearst,
addressed the state convention ' of
the Independence league party, as the New
Tork state branch of the national Independ
ence party la officially known, renewed his
attack upon members of both the republi
can and democratic parties and produced
nother batch of letters, which he said
were written by or to John D. Archbold of
the Standard OH company.
One of the letters was addreased to former
United States Senator John L. McLaurln
of South Carolina, and there was also a
letter from former Senstor McLaurln to
Mr. Archbold, In whloh the writer declared
he could "beat Tillman If properly and
Mr. Hearst read alao a letter from Repre
sentative Joseph C. Sibley to Mr. Archbold
and a letter from Mr. Archbold to a "repub
lican senator" whose name did not appear.
Renewing his assault of Governor Haskell,
Mr. Hearst declared that not only waa he a
"Standard Oil tool and promoter of crooked
railways, but was one of the organizers of
the Steel trust."
He quoted from what be said was a court
record of a suit brought by John P. Bailey,
Mr. Haskell's law partner In Ohio, against
the Illinois Steel company and the Federal
Steel company for services rendered by Mr.
Haskell as attorney and "organiser."
Mr. Hearst also quoted from what he de
clared was a recent speech of Mr. Haskell's
defending the Standard OH company as
having done wonders In the country."
"We know," said Mr. Hearst, "that It has
done wonders In the United States senate."
Mr. Hearst's Speech.
Mr. Hearst In his speech said in part:
I have read lettera to show the eorrun-
tlon In the republican party. I have read
letters anu cuuri recorus una suiiaavits to
show the equal, or even greater corruption
In the democratlo party.
The republicans have at least repudiated
their Foraker, but the democrats cling ten
aciously to their Baileys and their Hasj-
kells. Mr. iiryan sustains Mr. Haskell and
writea Mr. Roosevelt, proudly claiming to
be reaponsible for Mr. Kern. Mr. Kern
rushes to the defense of Mr, Haskell, al
though It would be highly appropriate for
somebody to rusn to tne acrenne or Mr.
Kern. Mr. mror said mat when he said
he had gotten $300,0t) he was only Joking.
Mr. Mack then, to be perfectly frank, ad
mits that he lied and we to be perfectly
frank, admit that we don't know whether
he was lying then or 1s lying now.
Mr. Bryan and Mr. Kern attaok tne re
publican party for not prosecuting the
Perhana they hope that Mr. Koseveit win
whin the Steel trust out of the republi
can party and Into the democratlo party
as he did the Oil trust and that Mr. Mack
will get another xiwo.oou.
Haskell and Steel Trnat.
If Mr. Roosevelt should drive out the
Steel trust, the democratic party is quite
ready to receive It, for this same C. N.
Haskell, according to court records, la one
of the men who helped to organize the
In the court of common pleas of Putnam
county, Ohio, John P. Bailey, ex-law part
ner of Haskell, aued the Illinoie Steel com
pany, and the following paragraphs are
extracted from the complaint:
Plaintiff avers mat wiiinn and uring tne
year commencing July 1, 1SD7, one Charlea
N. Haskell, who was during said time an
attorney-at-law, at the special instance and
request of said defendant (the Illinois Steel
company) acted as agent and attorney for
the said defendant (the Illinois Steel com
pany), and about the acquisition by said
defendant of certain property and In the
formation and organisation or the .Federal
Steel company (a part of the Steel trust),
and In the sale by the said defendant of
certain stocks to the said Federal Steel
company, and In the aale and tranafcr by
said defendant to said Federal Steel com-
Dunv of certain ore lands, bo called, and
And plaintur avers mat sain service or
defendant by him as aforesaid, were and
are of the amount and value or rirty tnou.
aand dollara (IBO.OOO), and were and are but
a fraction of 1 per cent of the profits real
ized by the said defendant from said aerv
ices, and that said charges, fees and com
pensations are reasonable and Just.
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rlsime and demands asslnst said defendant.
and this plsltiiilf is now the owner and
Mi-. Hearst here read he official attests
I'on to the foregoing.
S. It appears, not from my assertion,
from court records, that Mr. Hsskell Is
not only a Standard Oil tool and a cr.-voked
railroad promoter, but a Steel trust or
ganiser. No wonder he can get monev for Mr.
Mack and no wonder Mr. Bryan and Mr.
Kern do not want tn relinquish so valuable
a campaign treasurer.
Haskell In Oil Combine.
Before I read you a few more letters re
garding the Standard Oil I want to read
you Mr. Haskell's opinion of that corrupt
corporation expressed publicly In a apeech
at a banquet at Tulsa, Okl., on February
"My Friends: We often hesr for want,
perhaps, of some clearer thought we often
hear a speaker sasall the Standsrd Oil
company. I sometimes think that the
speaker has merely heard the name men
tioned, and does not know what the purpose
of the company Is, or Ita plan of business.
The Standard Oil company has done won
ders In the United States. The Standard
Oil company by the application of good
sense to its business, by the application
of genius and discovery of the component
parts of the raw material, haa made oil
products reach value that were never
dreamed of a few years ago."
I think we all know more about the
fiurpose of tha Standard Oil company and
is plan of business than we did a few
We all know that the Standard ha "done
wonders In the United States," or at
least In the United Watea senste. We all
know that the Standard Oil companv by
the "application of genius and discovery'
has developed some pretty "raw material"
In the organisation of the democratic party.
Mr. Hearst received a demonstration of
approval when he concluded and the con
vention then proceeded to rush through Its
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buelnoea. Mr. Allen waa) made) pes iimwsiI
chairman. Tha platform ndoptnd endorse
tha national platform In Ita entirety, and
pay high tribute to Mr. Hearst, mentioning;
especially his recent disclosure "of corrupt
corporation control of both tha republcan
anJ democratlo parties."
The platform urge direct primary nom
ination: contains a strong plank on antl
Injunetion; a declaration against the black
listing of employee; another for tha flection
of United Stntr senators by the people;
a condemnation of the "scandalous methods
disclosed to exist In the stock exchange In
the city of New Tork." and demand thst
"these Institutions be brought under rigid
state control." and also declares In favor
of conferring the elective franchise upon
The following ticket waa named:
Governor Clarence J. Phearn of
Lieutenant Governor Dr. Daniel W.
nlmore of Pottsdam.
Secretary of Statje-Frank fttevena of
Comptroller Wlllard Glllen of Onondaga.
State Treasurer William A. Ieford of
State Engineer and Surveyor A. J
Caflero of Kings.
Associate Justice of t'ie Court i f Appei-
Reuben Roble Lynn of Bath.
II I ah School l.tncnp.
Tha Omsha H5gh S iuml team will open
Its foot bsll seafv.n at Deltz park Saturday
afternoon by a gnme with the high school
squad of Plattsniouth. The lineup for th
Omaha squad Is as follows: Right half,
McKlnney; full backs, Thompson. Gard
iner; left liaJf. Entrlken, Nash: quarter
hack, lhmer, Klnppe; center. MrWInnev,
Glfford; left guard. Frlcke; rlcht guar. I,
Rector: tackles, Carlson, Aiulms. Ncavlse;
ends, Howard, Payne, Sears, Hatch; au'o
half, Bowman, Heel.