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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BF.Rr TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 190S.
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I OTIC nOIM
A New Year's Gift
Is Very Proper
Remember your friends on New Year's dajrThere are
many things in our store that will make a most pleasing
New Year's gift.
' " Wait.
for opening announcement and particulars of our Great
- January Clearing Sale of Cloaks and Suits, It will be
''one of the biggest money-saving events of the season.
Bargain Square in Basement Special for Tuesday.
Outing Flannel Remnants in light or dark colorings,
regular 10c values, at, per yard, 5c.
b - iz - :s
Charles Emory and Norman Armour, ar
rived at the White 'House shortly after
luncheon '"- ' -'
Bell Rrrlrm Conrt-Martlal.
doneral orders were Issued today by
Oeneral Bell, chief of staff, giving" a com
plete review of the proceedings of the
court of Injury and the ;ourt martial In
the cases of officers ot. the Seventh regi
ment at Fort Wayne,.-Mich., involved- In
the alleged Improper procurement of' for
age for four horses owned ny Contract
Burgeon J. I- Burkharr or. his brother. The
action of the president In the -cases of
folonel Daniel Cornman. Captain Charles
D. French and Contract Surgeon Burk
linrt has been previously ' announced. la
the case of Captain J. J. Toffey, jr., First
Lieutenant Robert Q. Peck and Second
lieutenant J. C. Moore, Seventh? Infantry,
General Bell states that they failed .to
meet the expectations of the department
In the exocutlon of their military duties.
The officers named are therefore ad
monished, "that the practices In which
they are shown to have been engaged are
subversive ot discipline, highly disregard
ful of the laws and relations governing the
Issue of and Recounting for public prop
erty and evince a willful Indisposition to
conform to the reasonable' and wholesome
standards of, professional, conduct, which
cannot be tolerated la the military service.'
(Continued from First Page.)
to be clear, vis., that the next step toward
Improved labor conditions Is through the
stage Ot shareholder In the Industrial world,
the workman becoming joint owner In the
profits ot his f labor. Payment to slaves
and ' self a by kpto vldiBg -shelter and food
and clothing for them, then by orders
upon the stores for articles, up to payment
by cah-to Independent workmen today.
each a great step forward have U been tried
and now the'eomrng day dawns when pay
ment is to. e fnade wholly r In part by
profit-s?friig, Wa workman having the
status of ' the shajeowing official .ad a
voice In the management, as joint owner.
Ha will be guaranteed a minimum wage.
when finally pald-by profits entirely, to keep
his- mind easy and free for his work, the
proper support of himself and his family
being thus insured. '. .
"It may be mentioned that the invest
merits ot workmen-partners In the United
States Steel corporation have been very
profitable to. both men, and the company.
"One of the greatest - advantages, the
wrtttr thlnVa,-WH bs found In drawing men
and managers Into closer Intercourse, so
thai they become friends and learn each
other's virtues, for that both have virtues,
none knows ..better than the writer,
who .baa a-eett -both 'aides, of ' the shield
as employe and ' employer. In vast
establlsments it Is very difficult, al
most impossible, tor workmen and em
ployer, 4o know each other, but when the
managers and workmen are joint owners,
and - both are paid wage, as even the
president of the company Is, we shall see
greater Intercourse between them. In the
case ' of : disputes. It Is certain that the
workmen-partners have a status nothing
else can give. They can attend all share
holders' meeting and have a voice there
If desired. 'Entrance Into the partnership
class means Increased power to workmen.
On the other hand, knowledge of the com
pany's affairs. Its troubles and disappoint
ments, which come at Intervals to the
most sucessful concerns, will teach the
workman much that he did not know
Wsrkaaa and Employer One.
"Co-operation tends to bring a realising
sense ot the truth to both labor and capital
that their Interests, broadly considered are
all this week
at Lunch Counter
in Basement 15c.
? To Reduce Stock Before January 1st
Courtney Offers These Very Unusual
, -PRICE REDUCTIONS
V;wish;to reduce certain lines of our stack to an absolute minimum before invoicing. To
LriUg (Ms-result quickly we cut prices far below the regular on tho finest and most desirable j
goods in our stock. This i a chance that is offered very rarely and it will mean dollars of P
sating, to buy at Courtney's
S HERE ARE SPECIALS FOR THIS
jS 35o Mb. jars-Eberly Figs
juo xoiiei uap
&6c Princess IVujt Cake
$ 23vliottles' Assorted Tickles'
S 14b. Plum Puddings, can. .
$ 15c IIome-iade Jelly, jar ............ ,.10c
Out of Town Customers Will Find It Di Seeing
Send for our monthly catalogue and prica list. 'Everything
money. 1 .
Phone Nos., Douglas 647; Ind.
l PHvktft KTrhaniTM Connect All Hunt "V - 5
IttCI Lti SEPTS. In. A-1S41 1
mutual; and as tar as the latter Is con
sidered It may finally, In some cases, ba
all furnished by those engaged In the
works, which Is the Ideal that should be
held In view the workman both capitalist
and worker, employe and employer.
"This, however, Is not for our time. We
are only polneera, whose duty Is to start
(he movement, leaving to our successors
ts full and fit development as human
society advances. The first company so
pwned jvlll mark a new era In the relations
pf labor and capital. We may not have to
rait long for this experiment, since It Is In
fine with recent developments. The writer
has no desire to embark again In business.
But nothing twould appeal to him so
strongly as his- Ideal. He would like to
address a body .of workmen, many thou-
ands In number, as all. fellow partners.
i "The writer Is convinced," Mr. Carnegie
says In conclusion, "that this Is to be the
highly satisfactory and final solution. The
first step In advance has already come in
the natural progress of evolution no revo
lution necessary and it Is earnestly pressed
upon he attention of the Intelligent work-
lngman and his leaders,, some of whom
seem to have been misled Into devoting
themselves to the advocacy of a system,
admittedly unsulted to our day, which re
quires an organic change In the relations
of society, and indeed involves a complete
revolution In the nature 6t matv the task
of .a thousand years, The experiment ot
labor-and-capital union workmen-capital
ists has exceeded, so far all expectations.
Even the convinced socialist might, there
fore, hall It as at least a step In the right
direction, making labor's position better
than before, saying to himself: let the
future bring what it may, a bird In the.
hand Is often worth a whole flock In the
bush. Our socialistic remedy is for the
future; let -us not -. forget this Is our deal
ing with the present."
"Such seems to the writer the part of
POULTRY CROWDS THE SPACE
"(Continued from IMrst'f age.)
rocster must have escaped from a coop
enroute for the Transmisslsslppl show and f
avoided prematura decapitation' by clinging
to the roa for over 100 miles. It Is tho
gospel and epistle truth that he was found
there Monday morning.
Superintendent Blgnell decided that the
bird must be shown at the show," but whon
that Is over the rooster will be given to
the chef of the car Inspection department
of the railroad for his Ttfew Year's dinner.
TAFrS TRIP TO PANAMA
President-Elect Expects to Spend a
Week, mi Isthmus "on Ins pee-.
tloa Work.' - "
AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec. 28. The date on
which President-elect Taft will visit At
lanta will be decided upon late today at
a 'conference between, a- delegation from
that city and Mr. Taft. He will make a
speech on the day he spends in that city.
Mr. Taft today stated he probably would
remain on the Isthmus of Panama about
a week. He expects to live at the hotel
at Culebra while there and to make dally
trips to points along the BI(oh by a special
train which will be kept retfdy for his use.
Oplam Riots Near Amor.
AMOY, China, Dec. 28. The riots which
started on Saturday with the refusal pf
natives to obey an order prohibiting the
planting of opium popples now effect
twelve villages. Twenty miles west of
Tungan, 2,000 men are reported under arms.
They have withdrawn to the Belln moun
tains and the authorities have asked one
viceroy at Foo Chow for additional troops.
Pare Food Store
50 co off on all
..... 15c '
A t. 16.
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DISTRIBUTION OF BRIBES
Pittsburg Banks Deposit Exchange to
Credit of Leader of Gralters.
SOME COUNCILMEN WRITE CHECKS
71 era Her ot These (laid to Be In Hands
ot Federal Officers Who Are
laTestlaatla This Part
of the Scandal.
PITTSBURG, Dec. Attorneys for the
prosecution In the corrupt practices of
Pittsburg counctlmen and two former bank
ers under arrest, declare the trials will be
urged to as speedy a concrush n as the court
machinery will permit. District Attorney
Blakeley today said he would try to have
the cases disposed of before the municipal
election In February at which the council
men arrested are candidates tT re-election.
Attorneys for the defendants say they will
be ready to meet the charges St any time.
In connection with the alleged bribing of
counctlmen by bankers to secure deposits
of city funds It Is said the plan followed
was to have the banks' New York corre
spondents forward the amount of the
alleged corruption fund to another Pitts
burg to the credit of the councilman ne
gotiating the bribery deal, he to make dis
tribution t othe other councllmen. Some of
the most wary councllmen operated through
safety deposit boxes, but others wrote
checks against the fund. It Is said a num
ber of these chocks will be presented as
evidence. This feature, It Is said, has been
receiving the attention of federal, agents
who likely wlil testify In tho trials. Presi
dent Roosevelt, It .Is believed, has been In
strumental In pressing the federal investi
gations since the first suggestion of Irreg
ularities by rational bankers reached the
Department of Justice.
There la comment on the fact that while
the charges against councllmen Involve at
least half a dosen ordinances practically
no evidence of details have been given out
except the matter relating to depositing
the city's funds.
GIVE HIM TWO . CHANCES
Let OpportnnltT Have the Second
Chance to Knock at Ills
While opportunity Is said to knock at
least once at every man'a door, the party
Inside has no right to -expect the panels
to be kicked .In. The answer should gen
erally be as prompt as the knocking. Yet,
It really seems fair that he should some
times have another chance. He might not
have heard the first time, or not have
been In fitting garb Jo open the door. In
other words, a man appears entitled to two
chances at any momentous occasion In life,
the second' to acknowledge nd retrieve
any primal mistake. Few can be certain
that a proposed move Is always judicious,
and an opportunity to acknowledge and
rectify the error seems only just. A man
may be pardoned for not taking Ufa In
surance the first time he has a chance,
That is his mistake. But If he refuses I
second time, after having had full facili
ties for investigation, tfiat Is a sin. He
will probably even then have additional
opportunities to Insure, but does not de
SOUTH OMAHA GIRL ABDUCTED
Miss Isponder, Formerly a Bister In
- - Chlcaao ' Orphanage, lions
Away with Priest.
WINNIPEG", Man., Dec. 28. Miss Sera
phln Bronislowne Ixponder, daughter of I.
Itponder of 81 F street. South Omaha, dis
appeared suddenly Saturday night, after
acting as bridesmaid at the marriage ot her
sister here, and the police are looking for
her. It is believed that she eloped or was
kidnaped by a priest of the Polish Inde
pendent church at White Mouth, Man., who
was formerly a priest at Winnipeg. He Is
known to have been enamored with Miss
Ixponder. The police have traced Th
couple to the southern part of the province
The girl's father last week sent her money
to come home with. Miss Ixponder was
formerly a .sister In St. Joseph's orphan
asylum In Chicago,, ;
DATES OF G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
Announcement at Milwaukee Meeting;
Takes . riaca at Knit Lake
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Dec. 28.-The dates
for the national encampment ot the Grand
Army of the Republic at Salt Lake City
will be August 8 to 13. Tills announcement
was made today by Phil Cheek, Wisconsin's
member of the executive council of the
Grand Army of the Republic. .
Woman Musician Stricken.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. Dec. 28.-(Speclal.
Acquaintances In western South Dakota
of Miss Alta Potts, formerly a resident of
Spearflsh, and who for a year or more
was a member of a Minneapolis orchestra
and achieved a great deal of fame as
trombone player, have been grieved to
Pleasant and Most
Is Located on Our
ihamond V Soap, box ...$2.75 S
lerman Mottled Soap, box S2 50 n
1-quarJ jars Manzanella Olives 25c
'l-quart jars Queen Olives 50c
35c' jars Preserves, assorted, at 25c
to Order by M.tl
you order means a saving of
Courtney & Q6m
and BooglM Streets, OkUIi
arn that the young woman is at the home
f her mother at Bherldan Wyo., suffering
from the effects of a paralytic stroke In
er right arm. The constant use of the
arm In manipulating the slide of the trom
bone Is believed to have been the cause of
her disability. Report has It that she is
owly recovering from the effects of the
stroke and that there Is a prospect that In
me she will ba as strong as formerly.
DEFENSE OF THORNTON HAINS
Evidence of Tna Witnesses Tends to
Show lie Whs Jiot Principal
FVSHINO, N. Y.. Dec. 2S.-The defen
scored two material points In the evidence
developed In the trial today of Thornton
Halns, which the defendant's counsel
assert disprove the charge that the author
as a principal with his brother. Captain
Feter C. Halns. Jr., In the killing ot Will
iam E. Annls of the Bayslde Yacht club
In Little Neck bay. An exhausting cros-
xamlnatlon of the two witnesses for the
defense left the main points of their tsetl
mony unshaken and Thornton Halns re
turned to Long Island jail tonight, declar
ing that the evidence proved his innocence.
Testimony that Thornton Halns did not
go to Bayslde to kill Arnls, but to look
at property was testified to by Charles
R. Weaver, sales agent for the Halns
Concrete Mixer company, who declared
that It was at his Insistent Invitation that
the Halns brothers cn August 15 postponed
trip to Sandy Hook and went to Bayslde
to Inspect real estate there. Weaver
almost sobbed on the stand when he said
he felt' responsible for sending the Halns
brothers on the Journey. The mental con
dition of Captain Halns previous to the
shooting was testified to by 'Mr. Weaver,
who said that from the actions of the
army captain he believed him to be Ir
rational. The second material point
brought out by the defense today was
rawn from Jofin TIerney, a garbage
collector, who said he was an eye-witness
to the tradedy. TIerney declared that Cap
tain Halns had ceased firing before his
brother ran down to the float and the
efendant did not draw his revolver until
Charles Roberts, a club member advanced
toward Captain Halns. with the captain's
revolver In his hand. TIerney said that
Thornton Halns did not point his revolver
at any one on the float, but called for an
officer to arrest his brother. He did not
see Mrs. Annls on the float. A severe
cross-examination did not make TIerney
waver In the essentials of his direct testi
THREE SUSPECTS AT MINDEN
H Arrested Wk Are Being Ques
tioned In Connection with
MINDEN, Neb., Dec. 28. (Special Tele
gram.) Three men have been arrested In
Mlnden and are being closely questioned
In respect to their whereabouts on the
nights of the robbery of the Farmers and
Merchants bank at Hartwell and the State
banlc at Keene and the Ceresco bank.
These men, who have been hanging about
Mlnden for two or three months, have
made numerous trips in the vicinity In
manner that attracted attention and caused
the local officers to detain them. Two,
Otis Legget and Albert H. Carr, who are
brothers-in-law, ' live at Red Cloud. The
third gives his name at Claude Lloyd.'
One had In his possession when arrested
an automatic revolver. The three carried
stock of indelible Ink, some cartridges
and cosmetics which they claimed they wets
engaged In selling. ,:'
Suspicion was directed to the men by
their frequent dtajearancea when thtso
tallied with some of the recent bank rob
beries. On the night the bank at Keene was
robbed, tho men left Mlnden and went to
Wilcox, where they ate lunch late and
disappeared. Wilcox Is not far from Keene.
At times the men have been seen to
flourish money as If well supplied.
MINISTER COMMITS SUICIDE
Her. R. C. Doogrherty of Buchanan,
Jf. D., Found in Room with,
FARGO, Pet-. 28. Fajtlri 10 arrive at
church, where his congregation had as
sembled for Sunday worship, a searching
party was formed to locate Rev. Robert C.
Dougherty, pastor of the Congregational
church at feuclianan, N. D.. a small town
near Jamestown, and on visiting his apart
ments over the Buchanan State bank, the
minister was found lying In a pool of his
own blood. That he. had committed suicide
was established beyond doubt, a raxor with
which he had. killed himself being gripped
in the cold hand of the victim, while a
rambling note explaining the deed was
found on a table. This note was evidently
written December 23, on which day he
borrowed a revolver from a neighbor, but
his courage failed htm then. His actions
had been watched for some time by the
people of Buchanan, who were not satis
fied that he was In his right mind. Mr.
Dougherty was formerly in Kansas City.
ECONOMIC SOCIETIES MEET
Session, at Atlantlo City of Persons
Interested in Dlsensslon of
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Dec. 28. Men
and women from all parts of the United
States who take an active part 'In the
consideration of economic and soliologlcal
questions gathered here today for the an
nual meeting of societies organized for
the discussion of such subjects. These or
ganisations are the American Sociological
society, the American Bconomlc associa
tion, the American Association for Labor
Legislation and the American Statistical
association. Among the Interesting sub
jects td be discussed Is that of the family
In modern society,' which will be consid
ered by the American Sociological society.
This organization will meet at 4 p. m.
The American Economic association will
meet at 2:30 p. m., when Prof. S. M. Pat
ten, president of the association, will de
liver the annual address. This will be
followed by a discussion of the theory of
SOME DIPLOMATS MAY STAY
Resignation of Lloyd Grlaront Leads
to Hwk Speralatlon Abont
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2S.-The stir In
diplomatic circles caused by the resignation
of Ambassador Urlsccm to Italy, has led
to much speculation regi rdlr.g the future
of all of America's diplomatic representa
tives abroad. Although no statement has
come from Mr. Taft on the subject. It Is
not Improbable that a number of the
diplomatic officers abroad will be asked
to retain their representation of this gov
err.ment. SCHOOL TEACHERS LOSE FUNDS
OSSeers of Mexican Plantation Aus
elation Aecnscd of Divert
- Insr Money.
CHICAGO. Dec. 28. Charges that J. R
Marklny, E. D. Graves, D. W. Graves
John U. Welcome snd Lee Mattle diverted
large sums from the Mextcsn Plantation
asar-clatloni to themselves are made In a
petition fur a receiver for the aes.clatloo
fllrd in tho circuit court here today. A
large number of school teachers through
out the country are said to have been
among the original stockholders In the as
HARD WORK LOCATING STATUES
John Paal Jones and Commodore John
Barry Karh Heralded as
Father of arr.
WASHlNnTON. Dec. 28. The location In
this city of statues of John Taul Jones
and Commodore John Barry, both of whom
are heralded as the "father of the Amer
ican navy" by their respective admirers,
will prova a difficult task for the special
commission chargrd with that duty. This
commlsRlon consists of the secretary of
war, the secretary of the navy and the
chairmen of the senate and house com
mittees on tho library. For each statuo
congress appropriated 60,000, but no action
has been taken to decide the controverted
question relating to the naw's pedigree.
SCOTTY TO ENTER THE NAVY
Death Valley Spender M ill Be Sent to
Cuba If He Tasses th
CHICAGO, Pec. 2H. Walter Soott. other
wis known as l)eath Valley Scotty," and
"Scotty and Spender," entered the United
States recruiting office today and de
clared Ms Intention of enlisting In the
n arine service.
If Scott passes the physical examination
he will Join another batch of recruits and
be sent to New York tomorrow from which
point, after a ten days furlough spent in
closing up his affairs, he will be sent to
CLAUS SPRECKELS' FUNERAL
Body of Late Sonar Klnac Laid to
Rest In Mausoleum In Cypress
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 28. The funeral
of the late Claus Ppreckrls took place this
afternoon from the residence of the family,
where hundreds of friends had called to
pay tributes of respect. A brief service
was conducted by Rov. Julius Fuendeling
of St. Mark's Lutheran church and a few
simple hymns were sung by a quartet.
The body was then carried to a funeral
car and taken to the Bpreckels' mausoleum
In Cypress Lawn cemetery, accompanied
only by relatives and a few friends.
BATTLESHIPS PASS ADEN
American Atlantic Fleet at Entrance
to Red Sea .on Its Way
ADEN, Arabia, Dec. 28. The sixteen bat
tleships composing the American Atlantlo
battleship fleet under command of Rear
Admiral Sperry, which Is cruising around
the world, passed this port today bound
for Suei. The fleet left Colombo, Ceylon,
Robert Emmett Flsk.
BERKELEY, Cal., Dec. 28. Robert Em-
mett Flsk, for thirty-five years editor of
the Helena (Mont.) Herald, and confiden
tial friend of President Oarfield and
James O. Blaine, died early today at his
Berkeley home, aged 71 years. He served
In the civil war, attaining the rank of
major and established the Helena Herald
In 1807. He, was named postmaster at
Helena by President, Harrison, and was
later republican national committeeman, -
Announcements of the Theaters.
That this Is children's week at the
Burwood there Isn't the slightest doubt, as
the mammas and papas are bringing the
little folks by the score to see "The Prince
Chap," the story of which happily con
tains a Christmas tree. The delightful
play Is made the more charming by two
Omaha little girls (Mercedes Spong, aged
6, and Cella Marguets, aged t) upon whom
rest much responsibility In tact, were It
not for these embryo actresses, there
would be no play at all. The advance sale
for the week is very largo. A matinee will
be given today; also on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday afternoons.
Marie Doro, supported by Orrln Johnson
and a Charles Frohman company, comes
to the Boyd theater this evening In "The
Richest Girl," a new comedy that has
proved most successful. Miss Doro Is a
winsome mlsswho has more than made
good In tho role, and Mr. Johnson Is one
of the best known leading men In the
country. The play has been carefully
staged and Is commended as an excellent
holiday attraction. The engagement Is for
Tuesday 'and Wednesday evenings and a
matinee on Wednesday.
The New Years attraction at the Boyd
will be "Little Johnny Jones," the Oeorge
M. Cohan success that has not yet faded
Its tuneful numbers, its merry choruses
and Its engrossing love story will nover
grow old. And if these sre not enough,
the presence of Big Bill Keough as the
mysterious stranger ought to more than
appeal to the public. It Is one of those
quaint creations, in which the author's
thought has found a most accurate ex
pression In tho actor's ability. "Little
Jobnny Jones" will be with us Thursday,
Friday and Saturday nights and will play
a special matinee on Friday afternoon and
another on Saturday. The newsboys and
paper carriers of the city will be the guests
ot the management on Friday afternoon.
Gamble Quits I.w Klrra.
YANKTON, S. D., Deo. 28. (Special.)
The firm of Gamble, Tripp & Holman, of
which Senator R. J. Gamble Is the senior
member, will dissolve the first of the
year, after an existence of seven years as
one of the most prominent legal firms of
the state. Senator Gamble has been, of
course, able to pay little attention to the
business of the firm, as his duties at
Washington take almost his entire time.
Robert B. Tripp, the second member of
the firm, has formed a partnership with
Hon. C. H. Dillon, state senator, while
Mr. Holman has formed a partnership
with ojseph Janousek, state's attorney
elect, under the firm name of Holman A
TO Cl'HE A COLD A OXB OAT
Take LAXATIVE EROMO Qulnln Tablets.
Druggists refund money If It fails to ure.
X. W. UKOVK'S signature on eaoh box. c
Hottentots on Warpath.
CAPE TOWN, Dec. 28. The Hottentots
In German Southwest Africa, are again
on the war path. They recently raided
some cattle posts near the Bechuanaland
border and murdered two Europeans.
Seven German soldiers sent In pursuit of
the raiders were all shot down by the
Hottentots. There Is great anxiety among
the local residents.
Daaahter of Dead Official Gets Place.
WATERLOO, la., Dec. 28.-8pec!al Tele
gram.) Miss Addle Zwanzlgsr has been ap
pointed deputy recorder for Black Hawk
county. Her father, Casper Zwansiger,
died .suddenly of paralysis Christmas.
Woman Shoots lua-li-Uw.
WATERLOO, la-, Dec. 2 Speclal Tele,
gram.) Saturday night Mrs. Will Kelly
of this city fired four bullets at ber son-
J. L. Brandeis & Sons
Largest Commercial Slats Bank In Nebraska
Resources Over $1,000,000.00
4 INTEREST PAID
All Deposits Guaranteed
Poultry and Pet Stock Show
AT AUDITORIUM ALL THIS WEEK
3,000 fine birds and 300 fine dogs. Admissions 25
cents; children 15 cents. Open every dajr frcn 9 a. m
i,u xx F. ,t
If -.V.ff 1
IMPORTANT NOTICE -
During Tuesday and Wednesday school children win
be admitted tree It accompanied by adult paying tull admission
and In proportion of one adult to not more than two children.
Incubators will be hatching out All exhibits will be la place
by Tuesday morning.
In-law, Fred Cordell. Three took effect In
his body. The woman claims he ruined her
two daughters, Mayme, who later became
his wife, and Genevieve, 16 years old. She
was today committed to Jail on a warrant
charging intent to murder. She Is BO years
HOLLAND IS READY TO QUIT
Forelsm Offlee of Netherlands Says
Gomes Mny do Ahead Un
impeded. TUB HAGUE, Dec. 2S. The foreign of
fice today made the statement that the
trouble between Venezuela and Holland Is
regarded as provisionally t an end and
that The Netherlands Intends to hold its
hand pending the progress of the new
BAIL DENIED TO COOPERS
JodsTO Hart Insists "layers ot Sena
tor Carmack Shall Stay
NASHVILLE. Tenn., Dee. 28. Judge
Hart has refused ball to Colonel Cooper,
Robin Cooper and John D. Sharp, charged
with ths .nurder of Senator Carmack.
Alleged Train Robber Identlned.
MOORHEAD. Minn.. Dec. S8. United
States Marshal Merryfleld of Montana ar
rived today and immediately Identified
George Wolff as Oeorge T. Frankhauser,
tho man who escaped from Jail In Helena
last March. He was held there, charged
with robbing a Northern Pacific train.
Frankhauser admitted -that he was the
man wanted. He will be returned to Mon
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