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OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING OtTOIiEli 24
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
VOL. XXXVIII XO. HO.
SUMMARY OF TUE BEE BANQUET ON BATTLESHIP
His Engagement Ring
SLUSH FUND IS LARGE
STOCK RATES GOOD
United States Circuit Court Befases
Injunction Asked by Western Lines.
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Functions in Honor of American Fleet
End with Dinner on Fuji.
OFFICERS TAKE LEAVE OF TOKIO
Democrats Spending Unusually Large
Sums in Wyoming;.
SOURCE OF CASH IS MYSTEST
AFFECTS SHIPMENTS OF CATTLE
Fifty-Six Railroads Alleged Tariff
Would B? Confiscatory.
OPINION FILED BY THE COUBT
'(rairl at Mttloa Gives Then. Ot.tl.i
Big- Prices Being Paid for Space in
Wall Wafting for Trail
Admiral Spe-rry at Fnneral
f ritt Nodaa.
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No Evidence that Commission Has
Exceeded Its Powers.
THIS MUST FIRST BE SHOWN
Allewtloa that Hates Are foiiwlorf
U SebJert for Rftlf ''
Proper lkofilni Has
IT. IXit'IP. O t. r.-The United States
circuit court this afternoon refused to Issue
an Injunction retraining t:ie lnterttate
Commerce commission from putting Into
effect an order reducing rates on caft'e
shipments from the Soulnwrst territory to
Chlcsgo, .St. I.cu!s, Kansas City and other
Tht application for the tnj: nnlon was
Biad by the Missouri. Kansas Texas
railway and fifty-five other western and
southwestern roads. The petition for the ,
restraining order was filed
weeks ago and stated that the rates pre
scribed by the commission were confis
catory nnd-would cause the roads Involved
to low nearly Sl.SW.C
The ruling cf the conn today does not
P.ly to the matter of the reduction or"
iwlUhlng charge at the Chicago lertn.nal i
yards. The Interstate Commerce "ommU"
v.. .rd.. KM.n rMtffmJsted frum l"r-
duclnf the terminal charge an live stik
from S3 to $1 a car, and when Ita attent! -n
waa called to the fact that In again Issuing
n order reducing terminal charg.-s It hi 1
violated the Injunction, the commission s is-
pended the order. The petitions of the rail-
wy In both the termir.tl charge case and
th atock rate cases were filed at the same
time, but the terminal charge was not dis-
cussed. In the opinion or tie court lonay. . A pnysklan from Ccntervllle. Ia.. has pressure of the friendly crowd In the walt
The Judgea anting today were Adams, j hf.tr sent to Paris by Theodore Shonts , ng room. When the Japanese officials
Vandevanter and Hook In denying the j to treat his daughter, the Duchess de I who were to accompany the American of-Injum-iton
they ruled trat the court had a ;chaulnea. Fag 1 1 ficera to Yokohama hrrtved. Rear Admiral
right to go into the evidence and dt rmine Heaxy rains continue In the soutn and gperry was invited to enter a carriage
whether the new rate was c .nfis. atory. i fid j0 great d.image In Kansas and ag.iln for a short drive in order to give the
tut tbat U-fo-.e It took up that phase of , Oklahoma. Fag 8 people who arrived late an " oppor. unity
the matter, there n.ust t a showing that j Two young men are killed and seven for , tinill grMtlng He consented and
fl-.e Irterstat- Conetre commissi n had , Injured near Cowrie. Ia . when hand car wh, h. .pttrti bdI,m broke loo!Ml. He
exceeded its a-.tbority. Th Is l ad not been strlkts car of cinders. Fag I WM drtven ,hort d,,nc ,nd Ttiurned
t-re. the op.n-n a'd. 8. nator Elklns saya he knows abac- . t0 tn, ,,,.Jon. Alone ,ne whole rouU) fce
n KI'S SAY HE DOESN'T KNOW
Veal Vlratut ea(nr Hefasca t
Give Im Corroboration
i,'-TC. ' O'-. CX-In
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an tai-n' Ti
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i; r'M". at nv1
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ti P-e s tra'e a number of pin 'I
'; ciprerrirg th" rr per ted eng'g
, . -- of b's dsuih'.r. 'is Kat' erln Kl-
' s ard ti e (:' rT t'se Abru-.l
"' e :tnpt. l.o.vever. t cither 'cu'-e a
r iiM' r. c dit!l wn tnuccesful.
c rat r IT.."-. t I; rl -d. emp! ttlc illv.
hs rrcv' iTMinliri t- lie As
cfc'd Press liia' "we il .n t knut sny
t alw.ii-. tt.- ::ia!t. r." Prr -d for .n
f'li lent eta! n- ni - Tvcar.i'rg the alii gcd
n.vacmtnt. the s. n.it ir s. Id: I
cannot tnaVe a s-.a'-n.nl con rnirg
tills matter. Myself aid family w.sh t
n all, ia ti our attift-.de of r fra'rlr.g tj d s-,
cess t:ie efuiirs" '
-Yea. seimtor. but they ail tend tJ tl.c .
one end. That Is. eventually there will be
a marriage."' l.e was tjid
-I know they do. but we doi.'t know
anything abo-jt that." lie siJ.
-What are the latest reportsT" he asked,
-news don't get to Klklns very fast,"
"It Is said the duke of the Abrusal 1
arranging his affairs to come to this coun
try within a short time.'"
It's news to me "
"It Is said two 1'al an warshi: will
acort the duke ani his brtl- to Italy."'
Senator Elklns laug .el. "Wrist else?"
-Also, when you v:s:t Italy after the
marriage, you will be given the title of
Chvaller of Annunclatie
This last Information a-'.mcd to strike
th senator a a Joke and he lauuh.d hear
tily. H waa also Informed of a rep rt
that Msrjorle Gould of New York had been
a. lected a one of the bridesm ilds and he
ended th conveiwatioo by aayiig:
-I i-lnn't know a thing ebout ft. I am
aorrr t ean"t srive you simelhlng. Hcw-
ever, when ther la anything going on I!
am aolna- to call vou en the telephone at
gi'.tburg and give It to you. "
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TURIN. Oct. n.-Th auk ot tn Aorusm
arrived here todsy. He called upon his
brother, the count of Turin, who has Just
returr.ed from Ixindon. and later upon
Que if Marghenta. who l as recently re
turned Ler litni Paris. There la raon
to believe that the date ot tft duke's de
arture for the United States has not yet
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
( Irrka ta the Department Making
Prewar! Iaa to . Horn
(Frnrn a taff Coin sponder.t.)
WASHINGTON. CVt, A (Special Tele
gt i m l George Krug. repentat!v of th
Anl euser-Bcm h BreaiiJl association In
On nl.a. Is In Washington to assist in the
rhr.stenlng of his grandchild, born to his
laaghter. Mr. Brown cf this city, a short
time ago, at . Paul s Catholic church next
Sunday. Mr. Krug wtll leave for Omana
arly nsxt week to cast his vote for Taft.
Th clerks in the department are al
tady leaving for their homea to participate
In the coming presldeM'al election, and tt
U expected that Nebraska will ahow up
well with other states aa to the number
going home to von. John R. Berg, super
intendent of the work of the government
printing office, and who has nearly 4i
nea under his charge, with a dally wage
schedule of uenrly :. left yesterday
fur h hotre In Nebraska City. Mr. Berg
was occotuiarAeti by H. A Julian, who gns
to Kearney to vote. U P. Kenuy cf Red
Cloud and IV C. Wheldon of Anbjrn left
for their Nebraska t.im.i earlier n th
Rural carrjwr appointed f..r 1 .a route:
Brighton, route I. Frahk A. Bustow ear
tr, SUi M. Brtstow sutti;ut: Oakley.
out I. Walter 8. Baker earner. Ralph L.
Pkr substitute; Ogden, route '2, Ge-rge
W. Urubb varrier. Edaard H. Grubb sub-sllul.
TH WliTHIB. 1
F"R OMAHA. COfN'TIi BLUFFS AND i
VICINITY-Fatr and warmer Saturday. j
imp 'ii-ivc aPr;lv cloudy Saturday. ,
miih probably hical show-r In east and j
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
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Democrat. In Wyoming have a
fund, which they are spending.
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tor rtura in republican papers. rags a ;
Nebraska d-r.,ocrsts buey clrc'J'.atlr.g j
stories In hope of stampeding voters into
the democratic camp. rag a 1
J-.dge Taft has a heavy speaking
schedule In Indiana, rloslnff with a Sl.oech
tUv nght fag. X
mimK,r, r pr.,!,i.ni R10,eve.l
cabinet will take the stump before e'.ec- i
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ilioii. tueir itineraries naving oeen ar- i
l Tangf j Tg 1 ,
Kepuh!icans of Ohio are confident they
: Htl trry tn,. state. rags 1
J(m JamM, Ha nan)tM yesterday at
Sr.rlr)(rfl.ld ,, for ,he murder thiti
j,Urtr(1 Ut recent rare riots. Pag a t 1
Tra,nmen on lUf yT0 roai vtTe held
. up n4 robbd by Kansas men Paga 1
lutrij iivtiiiiifs ji m is rtifcanrniciii is- .i7cii
:'ls daughter and the duke of the Abru
Pnow fell yesterday generally ever
.Kansas. Fag 1
' Secretary of State Root denied the writ
I of extradition for Jan Pouren which the I
Ttuawlan mvrnnent arknrht
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i oereat or me irancnise or tne mu-
Lirveiana was aue 10 poor service in'
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. . m i tu 1 1 v jii i i . it ii i cm jitj ii c: uuwn
convention aesslons began yesterday at !
Iienver Fag S ;
M:s Templeton. stxte l'.biarlan, waa j
ele-te I president of the titate Library as- ;
sol ution at Hoistings. Fag 3
The Ktate bank of Hartwell was blown
morning and S3. 409 was j
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t.mperor uii.ism t.as r.een very -rnenaiy ion the way to the wharf, where the launch
to ivsvid Jayne Hill, the new American : of the ConnecUcut awaited the rear admir
anitassador. Faff 1 als. and the c!wm mntinn unt'i ih-
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stocks and bond.
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FATAL WRECK NEAR GOWRIE
Two Killed aad Sevea lajared Mhea
Handcar Strike Cinder Car
Steadies; on Track.
BOON E. la.. Oct. a-tSpeclal Telegram)
, Tonight t'
wo people were killed and aeven
ow era injurea in a wreca on ir.e .m.iuu;
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Nins young men from Rlnard secured a.
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The dead were taken home and the In
Jured are atlll at the farm house.
MEN AND BOY AS BANDITS
Trslsnts a 'Frtaeo rreight Trala
, Hellesed of Moaey and
KANSAS ClfT. Mo.. Oct- tt-Twe men,
on fifty years old. followed by a boy of
fourteen, pushed open the rear door ef
th caboose on the f.r.t section of Kan-
mi e. ... . . u . .
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frleght train as It was leav.ng Olathe. Kan.,
for Kansas City last night.
"Hands up." one said as two pistols
were pointed st Elmer G. Butcher. ln.
conductor, and William M Smith, the rear
brakeman. The trainmen obeyed.
"Now. sonny, g througn them." the
older man said to the boy. While the rob
bers kept the railroad men covered with
their piaioss. the boy west throogh their
pockets. The boy turned the trainmen a
pockets inside out and took t-i .50 and their
Tb robber tied the two Lrainmea with
rope found la the cabooae. and with the
boy left the train as It Beared Ksnsas Ctty
w. "Hiey mere going thirty mil. s ;"n,M lo er Admiral Emory, who rep- i "a " mmn.,. .rum .n.vii.e lt serera, m,,1Ion d ,.'"" T V V:;;V " " 1 "l'rt1 th b,drm "r M1" Blnche Bai-
hour when the car struck a car of cinders f ;u""r" P'rry. a picture of t.ie " n.e ........ ..... . .e v...-.. ..i.R... ..... , OTleT ln caM , - - --- - bc'ieve 2 OJu "r1 r" 1
standing on the tr.ck flv. mile, north of . n31n h ' Commodore Perry's ttw hour, of quiet. j,dge Sml.h McPrMn by nlmmad. i of ,h. mln ar empioyTtn U.e bottHng ' '"' " f-,h" to
Cowrie ' ,flert ,l Kulhama. The picture, framed in j Like yesterday the day began with In- permanent th!. morning The defendant. w employed in U.e bottling . acs drov lh- from th bau fo,
The dead: I Oregon plne was pointed by a Japanese dictions of intent political Interest. Tr.e , n.med , the orlfinal James rThe" democrats have been claiming fnl- ' ,OWed hIm ,0 th hw flht
ED QUINN aged if. was Instantly killed. ' rtUt now . ho ws. the first o"there a. tl.e attracuoi. for a monster I A. G.bson, c. F. 8trop , w '! -amocr. tt. rae I ensued In which Jame. atabbed Ballard tc
jurt.N 4t(.Tlt.K wa. injurea ana aieu .i.u. ... w warsr.ip or commo- o cioc crusus a. imam nuui-jcrru many ,r (j. Stauher and Judre A i . . ...... death.
; l.onr. u-.r t.nme of Victor .w. r.-v-'. , . , ..... ... . .. - .. - ... . . 'u3e " otIson. 1 c n vass wss made of half of that city- . ...... .. .
. - -- i. i.c . k ru inut was iiuiu-eo. i . . i- .. . x.e.i con. in.- . .ii exceor !'). . - ... ... .1 j.mes was caDiureo next aar. v nil a
VZ laTurC? I lnlro4 U'n h to Rear Admiral mer.t to our cause that you are out a. I thi. morning. represented . during ; r waa tn Jail an alleg-d ault by anoth.r
WftteTh..,h...g crushed and a. TTtf TV l l"" " h --vlYmg hlblUon. This' Indies th.V " ' upon Mrs. Earl lU.a- ,M reported,
putated. , admiral bent down to t ake tfte hand of tn Taft. after he h-id been heartily cheered. h. Ir of Calvin F. Burnes. strong republican community will cast 1 Thtn c,me ,he rWt wnk-h n
Graver M.x.re had en arm broken. Uttered Japamse was most Impressive. "I am aure It argjes.- he added, "while . I. " . l,r,ubll...n malor'tv I the death of five white men and two
rr',rr,vl,Jm:nLri,"t,,rl'n- ' ZTl:?" .""V?. 6:erd3V r!Ue3 lhat thM0WA PHYSICIAN TO PARIS Th, democrat. have' bJn claiming I klng of Uper . re.t.u-
YOKOHAMA, Oct. tT-The serte. cf lr
pnmprMr br Tlant functions which have
characterised Japan' recent on of th
American hattlhip fleet came to a close
here tonight with a dlrnfr tn bosrd the
battleship Fuji, the guests of whl'h wrr
"r" Am.rlran amb....dor. rear
sdmlrsla and other officer. There as
g,,0 a brilliant reception on the battleship
Mikassa. to which all the prominent Ameri
cans here were )nv ted. with the accompsnl
mn of an Illumination rf the fleet, fue
norks and torchlight procession on shore.
Rear Admiral Srerry tcday endeared Mm.
Keif to the Japan people by personally
attending the funeral of ner?l Count
Nodxu and placing a wreath on the casket
Iter a luncheon was riven at the Phlb
palace and the admiral, accompanied by
Ms aid", walked frcm the palace to the
Shlmbashl railmay ttaton. rasslng along
the Glnta. the prlnc'pal street of Tclo.
which waa massed with p'op!e. The ad-ml-at
was reccgr.ied and almost mobbed
by tens of tho isands of enthusiastic peciple,
,ut everywhere was treated with respect.
Thousands sought tj shake him by the
hand and the ovation lated the whele
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miral evld-ntly waa deeply Impressed and
"t time stopped shsking hands with some
Individuals, who. speaking English, halted
hint for the benefit of other. To these he
euid, "I am deeply Impressed with the
heart. nc-aa ar.i eincerlty of your welcome
to myself, my officer and men. I trust
that the friendship .low formed will last
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i -ir.rr inu rrjtn i::e uevesiiy oi owning
R r Admiral Pprry was accompanied by
Rear Admirals Schroeder and Wainwright,
who wltn hriT :3. "fe kpt equnlly
nulr exchanging greetings,
omeer Lesrc Toklo.
The party arrived at the fcaimbashl sta-
tlon half an hour before the time set for
their departure and took refuge from the
was given an ovation such as Is impossible
to describe in words. Th tumult was aim
ply deafening. On arriving at the square
opposite the Smmbashl station thousands
of children waved flag and aang in his
Th station was crowded with high Japa-
nM. nffii.i. . n i . .
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ltary a.tach and Lieutenant CnmnianiW
DouiWrtr. .ti.rh. .,,
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,uil uniform, hundreds of naval and mil
ltary oficera of Japan, together with many
l3die. made up a most brilliant scene.
When the special train moved out of
th station there waa a constant din. the
cheering cf the people mingling with the
blare of three brass bands. The rmi?
Yokohama, as on the occasion cf the going
to Toklo. was lined with children. Th.
-hit: v--iir were re-en .icieo. in irokonam
i cached th ship.
. . .
A aingle incid.ttt shows the spirit In
wr.h-n tne American sjilors aictpted the
receDtion. A triumnb.l .
j tbe principal streets caught fire, the blast
j reaching up toward a Japancae Tag float
I ir.g from a flagstaff at the top and threat
ening to destroy the flag. An American
I Jackie dashed up the framework of the
arch, through the bias broke off th ataff
and can-ted the flag safely to the ground.
I Thla act waa witnessed bv thousands n.l
, created a profound Impression. The young-
str received an ovation which continued
j until he was forced to run for shelter.
I The famous Maple club cf Toklo waa a
; scene tonight of one of the most brilliant
i functions of l.:ls entire week of ur.eur-
ptaseu enierta:nment. The American
Friends' aasociaUon. of whlrh R.rv v-..
ncko Is president and Baron Tjk.hi i
president, entertained Z off icera and a
number of th moat prominent womon of
Toklo. The association Is composed en
tirely of Japanese who have visited Amer
ica, a majority being university men and
Sit IDMllTW fh V a H V, 1
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ent.rtaJnm.nf m,,,!, V V
entertainment Included bv Jir.tnu
! .nd r.n.n a . " .
- --o.ua ""-j ire-
works. During tr. course of th evenir..
! Baron Kaneko In a felicltoua srech nrb
week'a st.y of the American. In Japan
na been the perfect order maintained by
the aailora while on shore. tk.m ....
been few cases of misbehavior, in fact,
less tnan in any plac visaed during the
tnp from Hampton Roads.
Not a single
rasa of disorderly conduct
" governor ana mayor said
to u.e Aociated press that ons of the
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v mwmtit uii .i.ip inai iney I
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of unlimited entertainment to sporadically
break loe. In thu respect th navy has
covered Itself with glory tn Japan. Th.
'"'-"- r extremely
pro"1 ,h "cn nin th
i Americana resident here are extremely
ana in tutw oi ineir viott politically,
commercially and socially hag undoubtedly
been enormous anu will bo Ineradicable,
fENNE. Wyo., Oct. a. (Sp
CHEYENNE. W yo., Oct. a-tSpeclalr-
While official announcement ha not been
VH? PTC ,r"nro nr.tod
understarid that when th Carr-Borl cut
off la put 14.0 operation about December 1
freight crews wtll run from Denver to
Laramie, but passenger crews will coo
tinue to rua from Dem vnr ta Cheyenn.
, v... v. uiusi airiaiiiaT leaiure. or f !. . ceit.ie ui inn:r.s are aroueu 10 ine r.eces- i . . . . 1 1 .. . ... . rani, a number oi nearo store ana saloons
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rrom the C'hkaiio
U1TCUC0LK ENROITE WEST
Chairman Will Close Up Work of
Campaign in Chicago.
FINAL VISIT BEFORE ELECTION
Hla Retara to New York
First of Week' He "W ill Give
Oat Hla Forecast of the
KW TORX, tre: 25 ihalrman Hlich-'
coca of the repumbllcan I atonal commit-j
tee left for Chicago at ?.30 p. m. today. !
He will have a final petsonal conference j
Uier on the political situation and con-.
ditlo-ns in the west and middle weft and re- .
turn here Monday morning. He aaJd that
upon hla return he woul". remain here un-
tii after the election ard added that soon
after I. is return he v.-ould give out his
forecast of the renuit. i
Members of the Ireal unions sf filiated !
the American Federation of Labor i
wtll have Mr. Teft. who is an honorary
member of the iriterxationa! T'nlon of
Steam Shovelers. to tV.(nislvea next
Wednesday evening for half an hour.
Since Mr. Taft has consented t :-p.ak tj
them In Cooper union they have arranged
ti exclude from the hall all persons not
members of the union, Henry A. Wil-
liams. chairman of the Ohio state execu-!wl!h
tlve commif.ee, was at headquarters of
the republican national committee to con-
suit wltH Chairman Hitchcock about the
campaign In Ohio. Mr. Williams said:
Th?y are ready- to vote and to vote
right. I see n reason to doubt that Taft
wiii t. n uiuu - j . isTs a.w.
IXDI i APOLIS
Speech. In amber of Co.-.y Seat :
Aro-.d India.. Capital. j
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind , Oct. a-Judg, ;;
Tft fr.rinv made a Corr.nlete circuit of '
lnd.ana-:!lB about fifty miles distant at
all times and u night he was lier
I he attraction for a monster rally.
I During the day he made extended
Pc-e ' Lfye. Marlon. Muncie and
Anderson, . and ten to fifteen-minul
speeches In Greencastle, Roachdale. Craw
fordsvtlle. Rushvllle, Frankfort. Kckomo,
Greentown, Knlghtstown. Shirley, Russia
vill and Shelbyville. To carry out this
heavy Itinerary it was necessary for . the
candidate to be up at S o'clock this morn-
:in. At that time his train was on a sld-
- .....a ,k. ... . ,
ln !n Q'J'' tM about flv miles from
i Braxll. The con.r aratlvely short run had
'ty of voting as republicans on the third
; of next November." The candidate then
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1 by calling attention to Braxi.'s coat and
j agricultural Interests and declared it
, be necessary to restore confidence among
' ' -
in.HTnr. it nr. irar . -mmm in n. rpaipirn
(axid continued. Ex-Gjrernor DarV..n and
Representative Holl.dny Joined the special
the crowd of local committeemen who ac-
aamnanied th. train Uim. Urrtr.
iM.r n v- r. .is I's.vw.-w-ii
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Itepahllcaas la Ohio Feel Coa.deat
I Thev will rrrr state.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3S.-Ei.hu Root, secre
tary of state, will speak In Cincinnati on
October 28 and in Toledo on October S.
This arrangement was made at tie request
cf the state committee cf Ohio.
Hnry A. WIllianA chairman cf the Ohio
L H tpht.k reoubll ' .n.,
I quarter, uxiaj . mr. r. .... an., iniae tne
. . . . n . n-t.t. . ,
"TTi only doubt that I Lear about the
republicans carrying Ohio come from out
side th state. Tliere have been some d s-
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V III '
LAST DAY FOR REGISTRATION
MISS TEMPLETON PRESIDENT
State Librarian Selected Head f "Ve
braska Library Associativa
HASTtNOS. Neb.. Oct,- C (P-ec'al
The Nebraska Library ssoclaton. which
closed Its fourteenth annual convention
Wednesday evening, elected lh fUowlog
P.esidert. M's Te-npl'ton, L'nci-ln; first
vice president, Misa Smith. Beatrice: sec
ond vice president. Miss Newlan. Hastings;
treasurer. Miss O'Brien, Omaha; secretary.
Miss Spencer, Falla City.
Pclec'.bn of a plic for the next corn-en-
tbm was left to the executive commute
Invitations h ive been presented for Falls
City, Beatrice. Grand lalar.d and Fremont,
but Beatrice see-rs most In favor.
Y'storday th Hbra iara visited Hastings
c llege. on InvltaUjn cf President Turner,
and Inspected the Carnegie Library and
Science hall, now In course of construction-.
The students at chapel wer addressed by
U A RTWELL STATF RANK Rl DWM
Safe Crackers Get 0,400 for Xlght'a
Work la Kearaey C'oaaty
HARTWELL. Neb.. Oct -(Special Tel-
egram. The Hartwell State bank waa
blown early thla morning and robbed cf
jl"!,"0 by two men who have winnt arri
tnelr booty. The bank ia located In
J an cM voodtn rnlclur, whUe new hcme
I being constructed for IL At IK o'clock
j Mvf ral res denta of the ?Uct heard an
' explosion, bjt they made no investlgat on
j ind the men h.d ,mple ,jme t(J malc. fV, .
, g.,taw.y. Sheriff Ransom of Mlrd-n was
'notified at once and there w.. ..
cf sending for the bloodhounds, but thl
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nad not been done up to noon. The bank
mkP T" 'ce.
" Z X " f,ew"' th"
one saw them enter or leave t h
,nd u nol know . J 'J"
. . wiejr rooe or
G. L. Johnson is cashier and the bank Is
owned by Kearney men.
MISS BURNES IN MFI n Clllr.
Federal reset Persnaaeatly Enjoin
St. Joseph Insanity Board
f roaa Artlag.
KANSAS CITY. Mo
Oct. 3. The ft.
!rLC.0Jrt hJ? f"ianently forbidden the
probate court of Buchanan county to de
Care Misa Mary V. Burrs Insane. Miss
I Burncs 1 heiress to a 11,050.000 share 'of th.
Dr. J. D. Sawyer of rearervlll will
Attend the Dae he.. t
CENTERVILLE. Ia. Oct. a. Dr j n
i gawyers. Centervllle'.
most Dromin.nr nhw. 1
.icin .nu .urgeon. naa been iummAn.1
' to Paris to atterut ih. ,...,... r-u.
' who expects to become a m.h "
ember tt. i.f
i Cer.tervll'.e last night and aula from v.
York Tuesday next and will be absent for
. l . : .
. mum a or : i wee.. u rm k
lunt of the ducheaa. accorr.nani ki
and ther will be iolned at v.- v,u v
T. P. Shont. father of the duchee Mr
Shonts' anxiety over hi daughter n
cause him to Insist upon Dr. Sawyers
making the trip. The duchess
rotr'.y a Centerville girl.
Dnlioril . 11 1 1 I nrtiiui 1 --
ruunr.it iiil. ntiti'in ntrit:
Secretary of Stat Root Rf.. 1- i-
' pT! "Vi, In- i -A, J
ft na la .
ior-mt Tl . . l
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WASHINGTON Oct 3 -Seer. la rv W,. A r'Publ'r" w" on ,rain I"
tJay 'Sr-S to" ,u. a
tradition .ought for by Bias; In tt. c-LlTb" Br"W" ""rd ,!'
! of Jan Jaooft Pouren.
DEMOCRATIC WIND STARTS
Stories Made Up in Effort to Stampede
Voters Into Their Bandwagon.
ATT. FAIL TO STAND THE TEST i
Llarola Republicans Plaa to Wind l'p
the (mpalt with Two Great
Meetlaar on the Eve of
fFroni a Staff Correspondent.?
LINCOLN, Oct- 'A. Speclal.) From now
until the day of election the democratic
mi. nmin'iiM will redouble Its stories
about the number of votes Bryan and Shal-
lenberger will receive. This hae leen the
tactics of the democrats since thi cam
paign started, the object being to create
the impression In the east that Bryan would
carry this state and to start a stampede for
him. by figuring that he alone drove the
band wagon. The atorles told from now
until election will make the misrepresenta
tions of the rt 'ck like the work of
One of the big stories the democrats
scattered broadcast was that down at Do
Witt tht re w ere twenty-eight republicans
who had or"gar.lxed a club and all Intended
to vote for Bryan. Three different travel
ing men brought back the story to the
democrats. Finally one oemocrat who
counts noses In cases of this kind sent a
man to DeWltt to get the names of thes
"Is it true you have twenty-eight repub
llcana here who have organised a club and
! will vote for BryanT
'"Sure." he waa told.
"Will you give me the names of the of
ficers of the club?" the stranger asked.
"Well, really I d-n't know who the of
ficers are. but if you will go down the
street Mr. can tell you."
Mr. 80 and So was called upon and he
couldn't tell. Finally the aa-ent of the
democrats came away from DeWltt wl'h
the names of four men who It was " rc-
ported" to him had voted the republican
fid expected now to vote for Bryan.
On Rldlealoa Story.
Another atory sent broadcast by the i Thl, crim, was largely responsible for p re
democrats waa to the effect that If Taft . clDitatlon of the recent race riots In this
la elected the bottling works at Seward
I ...11 a.K-M -? Arwi" -nAM m.,...i.t
be thrown out of employment- A number
of Seward people In Lincoln yesterday
heard - that story and - nearly laughed
themselves sick. Seward has a population
hou house canvass of that thriving
j little shop town showed the usual repub-
lican vote will be polled. A poll of the
I farmer around Lincoln shows the re-
publican vote will be Increased more than
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H real over the claims of the democrat. .
' The talk of th democrats this yrr
' femlad. me that two year. go, said a
I Prominent republican, "they claimed
Dou',M C0UD,y wouM Slv" Shallenberger
Ana m.tortiv river ftheMnn ll.'.rvAr..
S.000 majortiy over Sheldon.
- - ' ' - -. rf . . .
Ill reir.ember that. Some of the very
conserve. it. oemncr.,. c.aimea only
mJorl,r of ' 00- but U' L1 'Jn ho
' 1nve.11g.1ea pui in ngure at s.'.'ow
Well .the vote showed that Sheldon cur
ried th county ."
I Democrats have tent 01, t the word to
'hoop things up. Claim everything in
1 tht and
tr.en ome K. are people Into
jumping onto the band wagon.
Here is sn example of jut how ni. l,
I . . "
" UW Br '" d'mr"" "
it wa. toltl as a true att.rv r.i:t mk.rK i
t. ' rnf ' f hit. th. n 1. 1 1 tv.A . .. . .
I .1 . . , . .
(Continued oa Third Page
SHERIDAN PAPER ONE OF THEM
Expenditure Does Not Appear in Re
ports of Committee Treasurer.
VIOLATING PUBLICITY LAW
las sorters' Trad and 1s Oil Trwat
eatrd Possible oree of
the Fane) Being So Ua T
CHKYKNNK. Wyo.. Oct. 3.-fpctal. t
People lrresectlve of party are btattled
heie nt the bold and lavish expenditure f
money by the democratic national commit-,
tee, pa. titular!)- in rtspevt to the corruption
and subsloning of republican newspaper
all over the s.a'.e of Wyoming. The amount
of money usej to buy space In republican
newspaper in this statv Is so large as to
ca.ise many i-eople to wonder wher th'a
large rorrupiion fund ia coming from.
Many paper have been approached and
not a few of them have sold their apace at
from fifteen to twenty timea their regular
Where this corruption fund la coming
from la a profound secret. It Is noticed
that nowhere In th published report of
exf-emlltuTca by the democratic national or
state committee does It appear that any
money baa been expended for the sub dis
Ing of newspapers, yet thrre I abundant
and positive proof that money has beei
used for this purpose on a large Kale.
Inasmuch aa th published reports do no,
show these expenditures the only solutioc
or explanation Is that these corruption
funds are being disbursed and handled en
tirely outside of and Independent of tht
regular committee so as to avo.tt exposure
This Is plain violation of law, which re
quires all money to be expended by oi
through the regular treasury ot th com
Importer Are 8pecfd.
There Is much speculation aa to tht
source from which comes this enormous
i sum of money. Borne suspect mat tne
Importers- Trust, a powerful and wealthy
organisation of Importers whose bs-ad-tuar-
wrs is In New York, la putting up th casn.
Tnls organisation, which deala entirely with
Impel ted or foreign made gooda is sirongly
In favor of free trade. Labor Is so much
cheaper In the foreign countries that but
for a protective tarirf these importers couid
have almoat a monopoly of the American
maiket on many art cies of manufacture.
The importers or members of th' trust s
are said to be aim-t ti man In favor
of the election of h democratic national
rKket- It Is auspec.ed. therefore, that they
Imae l.ave samethin lo do with the raising
j ol an Immense campaign fund. Again ther
are rumors that a certain b'g oil trust has
furnished the funds. The source whence
comes the money Is unknown, but there Is
no doubt that tl.e democratic organisation
has the money and that it Is uIi.g It to
subsidise the papers in the largest scab)
ever attempted by any political party since
the founding of the government.
Ills? Price tor Space.
DOUGLAS. Wyo.. OCi. Ifci. (Special.)
The democratic committee has appeared
here with lta "slush" fund and has em
ployed some of It to suosidlxe the repub
lican press. The Budget, a Weekly repub
lican paper pubrisned in dis town, sold
space tixS Incnes to run five limes for tttu.
Similar deals have been ma.lo with other
papers in Wyoming. This is about fifty
times the regular advertising rate. Uu
the democratic committee can affoid to
spend money on sucu an extensive scale la
a mystery unless lammany lias ici go some
of Its Ill-gotten gains.
JOE JAMES FORFEITS HIS LIFE
Isearro Who Precipitated Srlaajcl4
Riots Confesses aad la
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Oct. 3.-Hv!ng con
fessed his guilt and with a prayer'opoa his
lips, Joe James, sn Is-year-oid negro mjs
derer. was hanged in th Sangamon county
James murdered C. A. Ballard, a rail
way engineer on th night of July S last.
city. James cam to Springfield from Bir
mingham", Ala., tn June. On the night of
July S he became Intoxicated la a negro
Tn a Hrtink.n stunor he wandered Into the
' hlim. M. .,.,. nn Kjr,h Nin,h
, na in uuroii.g ol iriy ..on.e..
COQ O A alkf TVaMIUrDC
WUKlX rUtt dANI tAAVllNtKs
; Comptroller or ( arreaey Takes steps
TON. Oct. li To enfjrc n.ucl
greater res;onsiUUt y upon d rectors cf
national banks and tj make them pay mors
attentton ta their Institutions. Comptroller
. . - .. .. . . . u . i . .. i . . . .
, ... . 1 1 - in . ui . i iw.i i..uwm
nrAmr In na'tcr.! har.k examinera dlrartlra
them that upon entering a bank to makt
an examlnatim to immediately convene the
dlrw.tljr.t, ,nd requ'r an.aer. to a formal
list of iwent)-flve Kearchlrg vie iti ns. Th 1
I U said to be the fust complete official In
quiry Into the r-ltlonkhip betaeen banks
snd trie dire tors.
Hed DtMrl Ouud Haaae.
rt . l-J a, y... id. ia p-ci.i.)-
' Within the next two week, l.uv, u head
of sheer. w.U be driven into the Red ilirrt
..... . ....
I west ! tins place, a neavy rail or snow
".'' having made ll.e des. rt range avitl.bie.
'ring th. summer the desert is too dry
i to u,.pon life, tut when thero 1. snow
1 11 ; 1 ... . u.e vmi mummy wn a UO
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