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TUB OMAHA DAILY BKK: THUIJSDAV, KKMU'AIIY 18. 101)0.
SIIUMWAY ASKS REHEARING
'nigt Hamer Files Hit Application
with the Supreme Court.
DEPOSITIONS IN . LILLIE CASE
'tfuff rlkKr a he Saer
fraao Man ! ear" the Mlile
'. Hotae nti the Mail f the
. M Order.
(From Staff Correspondent.)
LINC OLN. Feb. 17. - (Speitfsl.) Judge
Frank Hamer thl morning filed In supreme
court an aprrtlfatlon for a rehearing In the
isse of n. Mevd fihumwsy, convicted of
tha murder of Mra. Sarah Martin, and a
brief wherein ha polnta out the alleged
error In tha conduct of the ease.-
Tht brief la concerned with tha ess of
tha peremptory challenge. Judge Hamer
avert, In substance, that eeven of Shuni
way peremptory challenge were need In
an improper manner ant that after the six
teen had been used that four or five men
word put on th Jury who were biased and
unable to render fair judgment In tha cane.
Tha court held that the record ahowed
that tha defendant had had fair trial.
Judge Let ton wrote the opinion. Three of
th member favored a rehearing, however,
and three of them were, opposed. Judge
Hamer haa attempted to point out particu
lar 14 the record that will cause Judge
Letton ' ta change hi opinion ' and agree
with the three who favored a rehearing.
Bhumway was baptlipd Tuesday by Rev,
I. F. Roach. Bhumway requested that the
mlnleter, who knew the relative of the
young man at Waverly, la., be aent to him.
Th Oace county ronvlct protested hi Inno
cence of the crime for which he ha. been
Imprisoned aod condemned to die and be
lieved that ) wovkl yet be saved from tha
Depoeltloa fj Omaha Wtmii,
The auit of Lena M. LJilie against the
Modern Woodmen on the Insurance policy
for tl.ooof heV murdered husband, Harvey
LUIIa, has dorenerated' Into a contest of
deposition. Although the suit I to be prac
tically a Rial of the question whether Mra.
Llllle killed her .husband, none of the ln
lereatlng featurea of the murder trial have
yet been developed and the testimony ao
far has dealt, with unimportant detail that
have been so often repeated In connection
with the caae that they have lost all In
terest. , . i
Abouf-tmv'-only Interesting or amusing
feature of the tjseprvoontrd today is the
effort of -tha Judg; . .d tha counsel for
the defense; to kefB'.jfrom the Jury any
mention of the 'riUoema i of the prosecution
of Mra. UHte in fuller county, several
years vai In spite M the watchful ef
fort of ,ih attorney and ihe Judge men
tion of the trial and . thi. outcom are
constantly Interjected Into the case. One
of the deposition on behalf of the plaintiff
here contained a statement concerning the
outcome of the prosecution that offended
against tha rule contended for by the plain
tiffs .After the aUtement had been read
to the Jury Attorney Burr was put in the
embarrassing position of having to object
to testimony offered by himself and to
mov that the' objectionable testimony be
trlcken . out. , ', .
Probably the most important of the depo
sition. 1 that of. Mr. Lucetla Better of
Ofnsl;. 6h lived In David City, a neigh
bor of the Ul)le..at the time he wa killed,
the-, tell .; In her deposition, of seeing a
atier.g train running down the sidewalk
from the XJllle.hom Pt her home on.
the morning of October W, 1902 and about
the hour that Mr. Lfltle wa hot. She
tiescrtbed th man In detail. He waa a
man of medium site,, dark complexion,
wore a black slouch hat and dark suit.
8b said that he wa running when she
flrt saw him and that ha kept on running
a long a she could see him. She did not .,
think much about It until after she hoard
of the murder, for she had not heard the
shot fired, one of which killed Mr. Llllle.
This corroborates the testimony of Mrs.
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exteaaively used and highly re,
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It I a ataadard article
f laatlng reliability. Mme. Tale
y a; "I can conscientiously reo
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are la seed ef aa article of thla
klel 1 have used it myself for
ever thirty year, and the perfect
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sufficient proof of It excelleat
ana harmleas efficacy. Hundreds
f thousands oi people all ever the
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Tal Hair Yenlo la good for tail
ing Hair. Thin Hair and Gray
Hair. It la also recommended for
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Kor lh partai-t groumlug of the
hair uolhing xcela vala 1J(,lr
joule. H in lar ( dellani-
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llvliii u( llucy a.vsryoii tau uts
It llrt decided lieneflt to Hsir and
... Vaie Hair Tenle oomee la inise
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our Telle OoU Mif""l A I
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of .lows, VY.tLe for a copy. For
Dm Set Vontk Blt B.
rWENTIETh CENTURY FARMER
Meochiee the Live Slack .
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Lincwfa Offict Orruh iBec
518 Little Buildin . '
Auto Phone 7417, Dell A-2538
G. M. Porter, Manager. '
Lilhe to the effect that it was a atrange
nsn who shot Iwr hi ebsnd and shot at her.
' Order la Myaard Case.
Ordering weekly reports until May 1 from
the agent at Mynard and suggesting the
discharge of Ihe agent now employed, the
Btato Railway commission has issued an
order In the long-drawn complaint of W. F.
Uillrspto of Mynard against the Missouri
Pacific railroad and the Western Union
Telegraph company, wherein Gillespie
claimed that the wire communication from
the town had been crippled by the substitu
tion of telephone for telegraph service. The
order doe not require the companies to
reinstate telegraph eervlc. the commission,
a explained In the order written by II. J.
Wlnnett. being unable to. determine whether
the difficulties complained of arose from
the use of the telephone or from the fact
that the operator waa a eon of Gillespie's
competitor and that all the bustnest of the
station waa. In consequence, under the eye
of Gillespie opponent in the stock and
Governor at Printers' Ball.
The members of the Lincoln Typographi
cal union gave a ball tonight at Fraternity
hall. - Governor A. C. Shallcnberger and
Mrs. Piiallenbcrger will be present and will
lead the grand march. The music will b
excellent and the hall haa been artistically
decorated for the occasion. A large crowd
I alTersal street far Transfers.
At the Commercial club today President
McDonald and Vice President Sharp of the
Lincoln Traction company arranged the do
taila of a schema tor universal transfers
under the new consolidation of street rait-
way lines. These will be given tomorrow,
On parallel line transfers will not be given
where the privilege can be abused. The
transfer system will give the publlo privi
leges which have not been enjoyed hereto
Trouble la Prohibition Cans.
Alleging that the temperance force of
Nebraska have been overcome by a sudden
apathy, and advocating that tho headquar
ter of the Temperance union be moved
from thla city- to Omaha, the Itev. B. F.
Fellman came near disrupting the force of
that organization Tuesday night. A. G.
Wolfenbarger replied to the Rev. Diy Fell
man and aucceeded In placing oil updn the
stormy water of the temperance seal The
chief trouble arose on account of the alle
gation that Lancaster county and Lincoln
were not doing their hare In the move
ment. This waa denied .and figures were
brought forth to show that thla county
gave more than double the amount of any
other like district In the state.
A number of legislators were present at
the meeting. Including Senator Randall,
Representative Rauer and others, but they
gave the audience little encouragement a
to the favorable conaideratlon In the legis
lature of the county option measure. An
address wa framed and presented to th
legislator of both house today. It wa
arranged to send a committee to call on
Mr. Bryan to find gut hi view on option
Dltaery Goes to Oklahoma.
Martin W. Dlmery, who wa private sec.
retary to Governor Bheldbn, Is sending out
announcement ' to his friend that after
February 25 be wnt be associated with the
Conservative Investment company of El
Reno, Okl. r --.! ; -to :- a
FATHBH AS0 80. DIK 1 BLIZZARD
Lost la Hill Near Alliaare aa Both
Are Foaad Dead.
ALLIANCE. Neb.. Feb, J,7.-(Bpclal Tele
gram. )-Word was rei-elved here today from
the southeast hills that Frank Elchthaler
and hi 17-year-old son were loat and frosen
to death during the. severe storm of last
The family had only recently taken up
land In that section and were not very fa
miliar with the country, and the father and
two aona came Into Alliance on that day
for supplies and to seek employment for the
boys. In the latter they were not success
ful, and the oldeat boy, Jamea. left for
Denver, where It is now believed h 1 and
unaware of the fate that befell his father
and brother. Tha mother and another son
are at home, and after waiting until Sun
day a searching party waa made up and
the little party waa found- five miles south
of Tally's ranch, tha team tied to a fence
and the bodies t nearby, where they had
fallen In an effort to keep warm by walk
ing. FAMILY IS SORELY AFFLICTED
Fear C'hlldrea la Oae Family Die
Wlthla Tea Daya.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Feb. 17.(8peclal Tel
legram.) Charles Bott, aged t. bled to
death, making four children In the family
of John Bott to die within ten daya.
Three succumbed to scarlet fever, the
laat bleeding to death as a result of hla
condition following fever. The four dead
were half the children In the family.
Weaaaa Baaal to Ksaergeaey.
NBHAWKA. " Neb., Feb. 17. (Special.)
Mis Jessie Ollmors, a teacher In the Ne
bawka school, proved herself a true
American woman at the wreck on the
Missouri Pacific near Union. Bhe was
returning from a visit home, at Platta
moutb, on th lllfated train that waa
wrecked. While other woman were pros
trate and crying, ahe rushed to the over
turned car and assisted In the work of
rescue Obtaining a nightgown from one
of the women ah tore it In at ripe and
staunched blood and bound up wounds
equal to any surgeon who was present.
BLCB I11LU Neb., Feb. 17.-(Special.)
A deal waa made here Tuesday whereby
R. W. Bhitlds and A. L Souchek take
possession of the clothing stock of T. T.
Tobtn. An Invoice le now being taken.
R. W. Shields Is at present the editor of
the Blue Hill Leader and A. U Souchek
at one time ran a saloon here, but lately
had a pool hall at IJncoln.
. ataa Drove Dead oa Trala. .
NORFOLK, Neb.. Feb. K. Ferdinand
Balioweg. aged to. dropped dead on a pas
senger train between Crelghton and Wln
reton. Neb., today. Hi daughter at the
train to meet bin. anticipating a visit, was
greeted by the desd body.
eaaska lews Moles.
BE.VTRICB-Capialn Wlnan. a regular
army officer, will tnpseet Company C her
.YORK The Toung Men's Christian aa
soclattun has stsrted out to secure sub
scriptions lo 'the amount of M.CM).
PAXTON Newcomers are arriving faster
than they can get buildings erected lo move
Into. Carpenters are needed badly ia thla
county. . ,
BKATRIOE The Anti-Saloon league ia
acme In Wyjitore and an effyrt will he
niatie lo kep the loan la the "dry" col
umn this spring. . ' , - ;
VORK-Rev. Peter Lee O Laughlln of the
( atholtc convent of thla city yesterday de-i-larea
hla Intention of becoming a cttUea
of the Inlted Btate. . . .
M'COOK Chsrles Uarkwai. In his th
esr, died on his farm In Driftwood pre-rtm-t.
thla county, this week. He waa
burled in Rlvervlew cemetery, this city.
PAX TON Mr, g. St. John I erecting a
fine two-story building for a town hali and
lode rnom which when finished will bo th
best hall end lodge room in the county.
KEARNF.T-At a meeting of the city
council Monday evening It wa derided to
place the question of "License" or "No Li
cense" on the ballots at the spring elec
tion. AINSWORTH-The Alns worth house
changed hands this morning. Mrs. K. 8.
Kdwards of Kearney has leaded the hotel
from A. J. Warrick. She took possession
PAXTON The Payne Investment com
pany haa contractors at work building a
fine new house, horse barn and cow barn
on the land recently purchased about three
milee northeast of town. -
HEBRON Prof. W. H. Wsgner of this
city Is the newly elected (irinclpal of the
Auburn, Neb., public schools. For twelve
consecutive yeara the professor waa su
perintendent of the Hebron schools.
BEATRICB The funeral services over
the body of the late Mrs. Laura Davis were
held thla afternoon at 1:30 from the family
home, conducted by Rev. U. G. Brown. In
terment wa In Cvergreen Home cemetery.
NEIIAWKA Mr. Sturm, wife of
Colonel A. F. Sturm, accompanied by fter
son, Victor, and daughter, Gerjrude, left
last night for a trip through the southern
principal southern cities and a visit to
PBRC The Ciceronian Debating club of
the Normal at a recent meeting eleoted the
following officers for the aprlng semestsr:
Allen J. Hill, president; Jamea B. Dennla,
vice president: Kdlson Pettlt, secretary;
Fred Kbert, treasurer; Lewis Coale, scr-geant-at-arms.
NEBRASKA CITT-HemSr Gollner and
Mis Mary Hoi of North Branch precinct'
were united In marriage' last evening at
the home of the bride's parents. Both are
tar 1 1 -1 rwH n I In m a n . t.
celebrated according to the customs of the
urn country ana tne festivities will last
BLVB HrLT-Wllllam Shockev. who has
been alck for a number of years, died at
nm noma monaay. r unerai services were
V. I - -M . . . . . . ., ,
iiouinar at tne Aieinooist r.Tis
Conal nhnroh i n H 1 1 . K. Da., t i . .
...... m.v. irj J.T. 1TI I . JIIIIU
ma nf fiA Plmlrf mrA hl.lnl . 1. I
in the Ramey cemetery, six mile esst
ul dius nui.
TORK The funersl service of Herman
Raafiltntr nna a fha lAm ... 22.214.171.124..
- oi v t.up "iiirni, IIKJBl 1110 11 l)T I f
ppected and prosperous business men of
Wte-.tr V.-1.1 ---- a ,
'n., nciu auuy ironi run resmenre.
All banks In York rloaed during; the, fu
norsil hniii tt-im a'aIu w
funeral waa attended by hundreds of friends
NEBRASKA CITY-Karl Gelbmeyer of
x iuiii nui, in., ana miss Km ma Bramier
VerM linltAal In mo ! a ere Klsi s. f a
the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and
mw. nenry ornmirr, near Lltinoar. The
WfriAtnar fnramnnv o, a AltA.a,.4 k... it-
- v . iiiiuii,! ncsoi lUIIUH UJf H II Clo -
" - ....... 0 uiiniv,! , iu wmii II r I JW
Kuesta were Invited. After the ceremony
wn wiMiug vTuyiv icifc iw ineir luiure noma
NEBRASKA CITY-Frank J. Karft was
the home of the bride's parents. C. L.
rmui-n ma wire, j nis is tne rirst or the
thirteen children of Mr. and Mrs. France
in mirrv Th. .ln .. . , i
ate affair and was attended by a large
iiiiinoer or irienns and relatives. Both of
vne young people are well-to-do and highly
tmiTT Ty-t XT rt IT . M . l T .
- ' ..... ... i.tu i i ilia normti
J been appointed by President Orabtree
i am hb auviner oi ine eopnomore class
to fill the varancy caused by the abaence
tt D.A n . i . , .
v. . ..... . A... vvirsK. woo is inning ad
vanced work in he psychology deportment
ui v ii uuivrrauv. i ne aegree or doc
tor of philosophy wa conferred upon Prof.
House at the Nebraska State university
J coin us,
NRRR1RV1 CtTTn...,. t..v.-ii.
der died at hla home at Berlin yeaterday.
aged JO, and was burled at that place to-
tlSV. Haa WVal at haa arrvsi n as-Ast Ke U.. A
Sheriff Charles Shrader and has beenr a
ir-B,urnv oi i nan. precinct since nis oirth. Me
had been 111 for soma time and contracted
"in It menial Banff AA K. A- - M
(U mivu iiviu a. no viirtui VI
V1 Ha waa slnfle and held In
nsn ev it-em oy everyone.
a. vauivi VI r tBIl LrlAJ T ,
a representative of the grand lodge of the
iMurinuvur. viurr oi ruu r CHOWS, W1A in
triai rlrv VlBliaMl atnel l Am M tu . a .
-' vb.viuw; aasiw III W III I y oi fle
oommlttee from the local .lodge visited a
number of farma near town which would
malt 1 1 1 1 a Kl .u. . v. . rA nn
home. Kearney, Fremont and other town
in tun iiaw are malting an eifort to se-
vuro tne location oi me building. -
KElRKlCV-il uil.. .1 v ...
Commercial club, held Monday evening, the
question of Improving the roads leading In
and out of the city. was dlsaussed.' A small
sum of money wss appropriated out of the
club's tFeaaorv .nd 111.. ..M i. . - i
subscribed by local automobillsls. The en
tire meeting was taken up with the discus,
slon of the good road question and. with
the co-operation of the city and county,
much Improvement is looked for.
"PEW; The Phillips building standing
across the street south of the bank, Waa
sold this week to J. D. Bishop, one of
the partners of the Barnes Irug company.
The purchase was 12.100 and ther transfer
was completed Tueeday. Another deal put
through within the laat week la the sale or
the new cottage which Prof. Duncaneon
erected laat summer for the use of Prof
OverhoK and which stands Just south of
what is known as Majors brick, to Mrs.
Crawford of the normal faculty.
' MINDEN The annual meeting of the
Scandinavian Mutual Aid association of
Nebraska was held this afternoon. The'
usual routine of business waa transacted.
Dr. A. Boat rum was elected president; J.
8. Johnson of Funke was elected vice-president;
Arvld Anderson, re-elected secretary;
S. J. Johnson of Aurora, C. Hove of Mln
den and Ed Peterson of Axtell were elected
directors for a term of three years. The
association ha gained In membership and
all those present were pleased with tha out.
look for another year.
NEBRASKA CITY The will of th late
Samuel Bacon was filed for probate In the
county court last evening. It gives all of
hla peraonal property - to his son and
daua-hter, Charlea Baron and Wra. Philip
M. Sim. He leavaa all of hla real estate,
consisting of soms S30 acres of the finest
farming land In thla connty, to his two
grandchildren. Frank and Sarah Him. and
11.000 each to each of the children of
Charlea Bscon. The real estate ia to be
held until the youngest of the two children
In 35 year of age. It Is more than likely
the will Is to be contested.
PERtT-Justlce of the Peace J. C Chat
lain recently received notice from his at
torneys that action had been berun a In at
Hm by U R. Dillon for th shooting on
Halloween. Mr. Cbatlaln went inte court
without th formality of having naper
served on him and wss released on hla Own
recognisance. On Hsllowe'en Justloe of the
Pmca Ohatlaln m- u - 1 1 aA ... v. i.ui
several times by Prof. Duncanson and ursed
n pui an cna io some mtscnier that was
boine- done to th sidewalks of the town.
Finally about midnight Justice Cliatlaln
again urged by Prof. Duncanson. started
out to ston th trouble. He encountered a
narty of the diaturbere near Mr. Dillon's
livery stable and in an affry which n
sued Dillon was shot In the leg.
COFFEY IS : FOUND GUILTY
Former S a per riser at In Fraaelsea
Con Tie ted of Aeveptlasr Bribe
Vote for Trolley Franchise.
6 AN FRANCISCO. Feb. 17.-After de
lit rating for thirty minutes the Jury la
the case of former Supervisor Michael W.
C( f fey. Indicted on a charge of receiving
bribe of $1,000 to vote for a trolley fran
chise for the I'nlted Rallrcada. returned
a verdict of guilty ahortly after noon to
day. Three ballots were taken by the Jury,
ef which two stood sleven for conviction
and on for acquittal. On th third ballot
all voted guilty." .
Superior Judge Dunne fixed Saturday,
February J7. aa th date for pronouncing
sentence, which, under the penal code, may
be from one to fourteen year In the atate
Coffey, who wa one of the Schmit
Beard of Supervisor, all of whom except
two. who were not involved, confessed te
having accepted bribes through the agency
of Abraham Ruef, is the first member of
trat board who ha- been prosecuted.
In company with other lie mad an mi
ni ui Ity contract with the district attorney
on egrecng to testify fully In regard to
the bribery transaction In which tliev were
Involved. Later, when called upon tt
testify acalntt Ruef and other implicated
In the bribery-graft matter, he refused to
repeat hla evtdtnce given before the grand
Jury.' Thl caused the withdrawal of the
promise of Imn unity by the atetrtct at
lorrey. the result jHirg Cof. A-WaJ and
1 HiYm n7
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Chickering & Sons (Boston)
Ivers 6c Pond . . . . .
Everett .... I . . .
Packard . . . j . . . .
Starr; . , , , . , .
Kurtzmann .'.... . . .
H. & S. G. Lindeman . .
Sterling . . . . .
Harvard . . . . . . .
Kohler & Campbell . . .
The Bennett Co. Piano . .
We believe our offer to sell any piano in our
stock on $6 monthly payments stands without a
parallel. Do you realize that this means that for
the next two weeks you can secure the famous
Chickering & Sons, Ivers'& Pond, Everett, Pack
ard and a number of other artistic pianos on terms
of ONLY S6.00 MONTHLY?
c3 n n rz3
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TREMOR KILLS SIX THOUSAND
Big Earthquake Recorded Lait Month.
J.;'Hu:t Been located.
PERSIAN PK0VINCE DEVASTATED
Ixty Village la Affeeted District
Are Wholly ar Partially De
stroyed Farther Re
pert from BlTas Rhak.
TEHERAN. Persia, Feb. lT.-News was
received here today showing that the vio
lent earthquake recorded January 23 at
Imost every scientific observatory In the
world where Seismographs are Installed
had It location in th province of Lurls-
tan, western Persia. Blzty village In thla
district were wholly or partially destroyed
and the resultant loss of Ufa is place be
tween i.000 to C.000.
Thl Information wa conveyed In belated
report to th government. The district of
Burujury and Belahor, In Lurlstan province
were the center' of the greatest violence
and her the heaviest casualties occurred.
Beveral village are reported to have been
completely engulfed. The destitute survivors
are fleeing Into the town of Burujurd from
whence appeals for assistance are now
reaching the government. They report hav
ing lost practically all their herds, and
about 10,000 head of cattl perished.
Report froaa Siva Eaaararerated.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Feb. 17.-Nq further
report hav been received here of the
earthquake which . yesterday destroyed a
number of government buildings and
dwellng house at Btvaa, in Asiatlo Turkey,
and th rumor given publicity In th Untied
State that lo.Ofl persona had loet their
live ia ol early a gross aggrtlon. The
actual losa of life ha not yet been learned,
but o far a th present information
goes, thirty person were killed.
Heavy keeks la Part Rleo.
BAN JUAN. P. R.. Feb. 17.-Hevy arth-
quake were felt throughout the Island of
Porto Klco at t o'clock thla morning. Th
Inhabitant were awakened by the oscilla
tions and their alarm wa great. No dam
age, however, ' waa done. The vibration
lasted for at least twenty seconds. The
movement waa from east to west. The
weather today Is vsry stormy.
Earth Shake at aayraa.
SMTRNA. Feb. 17. A strong earthquak
waa registered here at I o'clock this morn
ing, but there was no looal damage. Re
ports from Phocsa and Menemen, where
earthquake last month did much da.nage,
say that a do, sen houses collapsed, but there
wa no losa of life.
TAXICAB SCENE OF MURDER
Readlaa- 1 aath ghoote Girl saa Thea
Taras Caa a Self at
READING. Pa., Feb. 17. While speeding
olrng in a taxlcab here early today Billa
Rrcktachel. aged II. waa shot and killed,
any her companion, George . Kraut, 20
jears old. after directing th chauffeur to
huiry to a hospital, turned the revolver
that killed the girl upon himself and sent a
bullet Into Ms heart, dying almost in
stantly. Whether there had been a quarrel,
or th two had agreed to die together, has
not yet been definitely determined, lwls
Becker, the rhauffvur. Is unable to throw
any light oh the affair.
The couple' engaged the tailtab In the
business section of the loan Shortly before
I o'clock this niomli g. th young man tell
ing th chauffeur to drive to the girl
lorn In th northern section of the city.
When the vicinity it the young women'
home waa reached the chauffeur wa
startled by a revolver shot Inside the ra-,
aiBiuHeneouety with the report Ihe front
window el the cab wa hallered and the
$15 to $25
10 to 15
10 to 15
10 to 15
10 to 12
8 to 10
8 to 10
8 to 10
7 to 10
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driver heard the whis of a bullet over hi
shoulder. A moment later Becker said
th man in tha cab said excitedly, "Drive
to tha hospital." Becker did so,, and just
as he entered ' the hospital grounds there
was a second shot Inside" the cab. Halting
at the hospital door, the young woniin wa
found in a heap on the seat of .the, cab.
Her face wa covered with blood. A buliet
wttnd in the right side of the head, to
gether with powtier burn on th flesh, told
iicw she had died. The man also was dead.
NEBRASKA IS THIRD IN HOGS
Sixth la Value of Horara and Fourth
la Cattle, Accordlaa- to) Gov 1
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17. (Special.)-Her
are the leading states In production of
swine, with their respective numbers and
value, on January 1. 1900, according to th
Iowa 7,iib.OOO 63.2M.0;0
Illinois 4,43,0U0 31.OtM.000
Nebraska S.904.000 Zg.Wt.OOO
Texas t.304.010 ls.aoS,000
Indiana S.033.000 ld.501.0rt0
Missouri ,H;0,0U0 17,loi,0O0
In number and value of horses the six
leading atate ar:
Illinois 1,63.000 tl76.07,000
Iowa 1,41000 141,187.000
Ohio MMlOOO 1W.2M,000
Kansas 1.162,000 102 S.'g.OOO
Texas l.IMiOOO K.U.OOO
Nebrsska 1.036,000 tt.Ua.OOe
The number and value ot cattle other
than milch cowa in tha six leading state
ar given a follow:
' Number. Value.
Texa 7,8,O0O 199.tS4.O0O
Iowa S.&42.000 86.445.000
Kansas 3,606,000 76.3i8,0(O
Nebraska 8,200.000 M.000.000
Illinois 2,OM,000 47.13,000
Missouri 2,212,000 44,171,00
FORT DODGE, I., Feb. IT. (Special
Telegram.) Jacob Kirch ner, : aged . a
Fort Dodge pioneer, for forty year in the
saw mill and later in the rollermllls' busi
ness died this morning of kidney trouble,
lie waa one of the wealthiest men In town,
with real estate holdings second in th
county to none except the notorious and
vaat Bnrll eatat. Burial will be at Peter
son, Clay county. ,
I U VJ
VV;wi;.it:v l( r.o..i;'.
DATE OF EXTRA SESSION SET
President-Elect Taft Will Assemble
; , : . Congress March 18. K ;
MEETING MAY LAST ALL StfMMEB
Senator Fry of Mala Believes It
Will Be LBg One aad Caacrls
Vacation Plea- Staed
WASHINGTON. Fb. 17.-Th extra ea
lon of congress will be convened on Msrch
15. This date was definitely settled today
and President-elect Taft authorised the an
nouncement. A an Indication of the probable length
of the special session Senator Frye of
Main ha written to friend at home that
he expect ' to hav to remain In Wash
ington all summer. Th aenator 1 an en
thusiastic fisherman and baa already can
celled hla contract for hi uaual summer
camp on MooselooturfeguDtln lake.
Every preparation Is being made for de
livery of William H. Taft' Inaugural ad
dress on th stand now erected before the
eaat portico ot the oapltol regardless of
the kind of weather-that may prevail on
The Motion of th atnd from which Mr.
Taft will deliver hi address will be pro
vided with a canva cover to be put In place
If necessary. Not sine 1833, when Andrew
Jackson waa inaugurated the second time
within the housa ot representatives has
th ermony been held indoor.
COURT-MARTIAL FOR SURGEON
aval AeadeMy Attack Up aa Chart
of las prop TroAtasoat
WAgHINOTON, F. 17.-8urgeon Fran
els 01 Nash, recently detached from duty
t th United State Naval academy, ap
peared before a general court-martial at
the Washington navy yard today for trial
on charge growing out of th alleged im
proper treatment of Midshipman H. W.
Btepheneon of Nebraska.
Midshipman Stephenson had a aevere at
1 C 3
AHHUAL SPECIAL SALE
Two Weeks Only
FEB. 15TII FEB. 20TH
tack of granular eyelids Isst December and
was treated professions lly by Surgeon Nash.
It I alleged that th surgeon ui-d lrons
solution of nitrate of sliver on the affected
parts and Injured the eyeball to such an
BAieni i m n rn. viKinti m'a i, ,
GOVERNOR G0EST0 SPOKANE '
Rballenberger Vi lli Take ' Large '
Party to ftatloaat Irrigation
Congress In Aagast. ' J-
LINCOLN, Feb. 17.-(BpeclL) Nebraska
will send a representative delegation. '
headed by Governor Sliallenberger, to the '
eventeenth National Irrigation congress Hi
Bpokane, August 9 to 14, when government. "
officials and experts In their lines will dis
cus forestry, deep waterway, reclamation
of swamp and arid lands, good road,
home building, education and other, prob
lem under the prealdency of George jc.
Bartow of Barstow, Tex. Between 4,000
and C000 delegates and visitors are ex
pected from various parte of the, United
State and Canada, Europe, the. latin re
public and th Orient. ' V
Governor Shallenberger haa aent a letter
from IJncoln to R. Incinger. chairman of
the Bpokane board of control.' In which he
says among other things In replying to an
Invitation to participate In the exercises
on Governor' day:
It I now my expectation to visit the
Alaaka-Yukon-Parific exposition. whifh
enterprise has designed August 17 as Ne
braska day. So I presume it will be quite
possible that I csn stop off,st Snokan
at the time Indicated In your nrorrsm nn
my wsy to the coast. V." expert to take
ai it-asi iwg cars wun our party and ' I
shall be very glad Indeed .if we ean'enjov
a day with you in your city on th way.
Wo will advise you later regarding the
Word comes 'from Spokane fhrough Mr.
Inslnger that the executive committee hai
already received favorable', replle from
governor In th mlddleweatern and outh-
ahrn art at at mnA " Vi mAA ! i i
1; no avu! J I sl sBltri
likely we will have President Tsft and v
eral member of his cabifiet with ui one m
more day during the congres. I may (le
thal many of the matter to be dlscussei
t the sessions of the congress are certsli
to be of vital Interest to the people of Ne
braaka. It will also be a pleasure to en
tertaln Governor Shallenberger and hW
delegation," ' '
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