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THE BEE: OMAITA: TIIUJfSDAT. ATOIL ' 15. 1909.
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Boy Sent to'Jail
for Smoking Pipe
Officials at Galena, Kan., Arrest Son
of Postmaster for Violating
GALENA. Kan.. April 14.-Bccaus Aca
ruins, 18 years old, son of the postmaster
here, smoked pipe today he waa taken
to Jnll. He a ill fme trial Thursday on the
c'harge of violating the new Kansas law
prohibiting: minor from smoking.
Rnlns rnekiT. all rig-lit. He says so
himself, hut declares his parents nave him
permission tu smoke all he wanted to. He
made the mlstske of not hiding behind the
woodshed, however, during his smoke. He
walked along the main street of tiie town
puffing away, and was taken In charge by
the polfre. " . '
The Gatcra authorities say the law which
also, forbids selling tobacco to miners will
be enforced .strictly. . . ,
SCANDAL INFRENCH NAVY
Committee Finds Boilers for Rattle
ships noatrht In Iftftft. that Had
fcerer Been I'aed.
TOVLON. April 14. The parliamentary
committee of Invcjtigatlon. during the
course of their tour of the dock yards
today, unearthed a number of complete
sets of boilers, which had Iain there since
1S9S. when they were bought to replace the
wornout boilers aboard the cruiser, Cos
niao. the former battleship, Richelieu, and
the Admiral Du Ferre and other obsolete
vessels. They were never even fitted Into
position snd are now useless.
The committee also discovered that all
the guns on the coast defense ship. Ter
rible, had been fitted with new apparatus,
on the day It was struck out of service.
. Tabor Defeats Tarklo.
TABOR, la.. April 14.-8peclal.)-The
Junior claas of Tatar college met the Junior
cluss of Tarklo college at the latter place
In a literary contest. Tabor was repre
sented by Thomas J. McDanlel of Sidney,
with an oration on "Civic Righteousness."
Miss Elizabeth 8nun of Weston, with
leading "The Chariot Race;" Miss Grace
Clark, of Farrsgut. with an essay, "The
Child Century," and Grover C. Aker of
Blair, Neb., who upheld the affirmative of
the question, "Resolved, That the federal
congress should assume control of the life
Insurance companies, constitutionality
framed." The oration and debate were
ach to count three points, the essay two
lo!nts and the reading one. Tabor won the
oration and essay, making the result five
to four In favor of Tabor.
Fort Dodge Vote for Mrhool.
FORT DODGE, . la., April 14.-(Speclal
T !:-.ram..-.U a spcelul election Fort
Dodge men and women voted 138 majority,
with !7S ttes cast, for issuing $30,000 bonds
for the erection of a school house In the
Oleson Land company's addition., a large
suburb, grown up in the last four years.
The building is to be called the llutlor
school, after the president of the school
bf old, and work will begin at once.
lew Kevra otr.
Vltl.lSCA-The Vllllsea High school has
been placed upon the accredited list of the
North Central Association of Colleges.
BUFFALO CENTER On account or the
Buffalo Center school being crowded to
overflowing an election has been called to
vote on a school district bond Issue of
f BISCUIT Jxyi
$,( with which to build a new school
FOllT DODGE The Young Men's Chris
tian association Junior basket hall team
defeated Waterloo Juniors Saturday even
ing at Waterloo by the close score of 18
to 16 in a contest for the Junior champion
ship of the state.
MASON CITY-Ftre early today partly
destroyed th beautiful resldeno of R.
Valentine of this city. Mr. Valentine Is a
millionaire and his home Is one of the
most beautiful in tho city. The loss Is esti
mated at $11,000, partly insured.
FORT DODGB The Saekelt Plsster
Hoard company of this city has asked, In
the federal court, that an Injum-tlon be
drawn up restraining the Plymouth Gyp
sum company from manufacturing plaster
board, claiming Infringement on patents
held by the plaintiffs.
ORINNEI.K-At tha meeting of the Grin
nell Association of Congregational Churches
to be held here beginning Wednesday,
Principal C. II. Horn and Prof. Alfred K.
Koenlg of this city and Mr. William North
of Des Moines will present themselves for
examination and ordination as preachers.
81'THERL.A.ND The annual declamatory
contest between the high schools of Hart
ley and Sutherland was held here last night
before an nudtrnre that packed the Metho
dist church. The following were the win
ners In the different classes: Dramatic,
Grace O'Brien of Hartley; humorous, Ma
belle Slick of Sutherland.
WHITTEMORE Michael Willow, a depot
caller for a local hotel, was seriously and
perhaps fatally Injured today when cross
ing the track of the Chicago, Milwaukee A
8t. Paul railroad. He was struck by a
slow moving freight train. He received a
bad scalp wound, had three ribs broken
and It Is thought was Injured Internally.
MARSHALJrOWN-Phillp Borchardt. a
well known saloonlst of this city, was ar
rested today by Deputy United States Mar
shall Bidwell and taken to Des Moines on
a charge of selling liquor to Indians.
"Blinkey" Morgan, a well known local
character, was taken out of Jail by Deputy
Bidwell today and also taken to Des
Moines to answer a similar charge In the
SHANNON CITY-Two Shannon Citv
High school girls. Misses Gertrude Bestor
and Sadie Henry, were the successful con
testants In the interstate oratorical con
test between the high schools of southern
Iowa and northern Mlsuourl. held at Sheri
dan Friday night. Mias Bestor received
first prise and Miss Henry second. The
contestants were drilled by Mrs. W. H.
Kobb of this city.
FORT DODOK A new convent, costing
several thousand dollars. Is under con
templation for the properly In the Sacred
Heart parish of the Fort Dodge Catholic
church. It will accommodate the Sisters
who are r.ow living In quarters constantly
growing more cramped as the demand for
more teachers In tho school Increases. The
Sacred Heart school Is the latest of two
thriving Catholic schools In this city.
FORT DODGE The Federal Conmruction
company of .Mat toon. J!!., has filed suit
In the federal courts against Webster
county and the Board of Supervisors, ask
ing Judgment In the sum of $12,000, which
It claims due as per cent of the total
amount on drainage ditch No. . which
the company built In the county. The
plaintiffs claims that the defendants kept
the engineer from approving the labor done
under the contract.
FORT DODGE The smallest class to be
graduated in years from the Fort Dodge
High school will he the 1909 class of nine
teen members. The members of the class
are: Florence AckerniHn, Clara Arthur,
John Barton, Frank Cain. Bertha Carnes,
Stella Ehersole, Neva Gates. Bdna Hlllman,
Ralph Kershaw, lyeonora laraon. Brooks
UvhiRston, l.awrenee Mason. Charles Me
loy. Frank Mulroney, Frank Nelson, Au
gusta Nordstrum, Robert Paterson, Rob
erta Wadson and Maude Wall.
THIRD FIRE DESTROYS ASYLUM
Flft-ix Insane Patlenta Carried
Oat or Bnrnlif Rolldlns; at
WOODWARD. Okl., April 14.-The third
fire In a week at the Oklahoma state in
sane asylum at Fort Supply, twenty-five
miles northwest of here, last night de
stroyed the main asylum hospital. No lives
were lost, but it was necessary to carry out
fifty-six of the fifty-nine patients In the
BOARD OF CONTROL ON TRIP
Members Will Make Careful Inspec
tion of Stats Institutions.
TJRYS FLAN THEIR CAMPAIGN
Will Lose o Oppnrtaalty Darin
Neat Tear to Wain Advantage
Tax Levy fttaya
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la.. April 14.-(Special.)
The State Board of Control has gone on
Its semi-annual visit to the state Institu
tions of Iowa under Its management. Tha
members will, probably, be gone for two
weeks as they will visit the penitentiary,
the Insane hospitals, the schools for unfor
tunates, etc. At the penitentiaries the mem
bers of this board will encounter the mem
bers of the Stale Board of Parole, who are
giving hearings to the 101 men charged
with crime rho must have their time of
release fixed by the board.
It Is quite likely that the board will
make thorough Investigation of the help
at the Institutions this time because of
the claims made by the committee of the
house In the recent legislature that pati
ents 'had been treated cruelly by attend
ants. The board, under the law, must at
these visits to the Institutions ' hear all
complaints of Inmates of the Institutions.
This includes insane Inmates as wall as
others and it was at these Institutions
the house committee claimed cruelty ex
isted; they will undoubtedly give careful
hearing to all complaints and exert extra
diligence to discover If there be any at
tendant who '. is not conducting himself
Como to Practice Law.
State Senator Cosson, who fathered the
radical liquor enforcement laws, that
passed the recent legislature, is planning
to enter the general practice of law. Just
before beginning his term aa member he
was an assistant tu Attorney General
Myers and stepped from that office right
Into the senatorial chair. He has for some
time been making Des Moines his home.
He now proposes to enter general practice,
but has not definitely decided whether It
will be In Des Moines. Audubon or some
Dry Are to Orayanlae.
There will be a meeting of the allied
temperance organizations In Des Moines
tomorrow, for the purpose of perfecting
the "dry" organization, opening state head
quarters and outlining the campaign for
the coming year to defeat the legislators
who voted with the "wets" so they will
not return and try to get the passage
next year at the general election of the
proposition to hold a constitutional con
vention. Hamilton Urged to Ran.
An additional name Is now added to the
many mentioned as possible candidates for
governor at the next election. In view of
the temperance agitation It Is urged by
some that John J. Hamilton of Des Moines,
who ran last election and received a large
complimentary vote, will be a strong can
didate for the office of chief executive.
To Fix Tas. Levy.
The executive council of the state will
meet In the course of a few days to fix
the state tax levy.. WhlU the legislature
made Increased burdens uon the treasury
It Is expected there will be no Increase In
the ante of the tax levy because of tha
greatly Increased value of proowty during
the last year.
Allison Memorial Fund.
The Allison Memorial fund Is rapidly In
creasing and with the J1O.OO0 appropriated
by the state It Is now anticipated a fine
memorial shaft can be erected.
' Iowa Men la Marble.
Acting Curator Harlan or tho State His
torical building has made a suggestion
that there be formed a society for the
purpose of raising funds with which to
purchase life-sized statues of Iowa's really
great men to place In the corridor niches
of the new State Historical building. He
urges that this would be a fine way of
honoring the memory of former Iowa men.
The sculptorshlp should be such, he urges,
as would bear the criticism of the most
scrutinizing who visit the new Iowa build
ing. Children Have Taberealoal.
An Investigation conducted by the De
Molne Tubercular association has resulted
In the discovery that six out of every ten
children are Infected with tuberculosis.
The maJorKy of the cases are Incipient,
but In many the disease has progressed
far. The association Is considering estab
Even the young folks can remember when all soda crackers
were bought from an open box or barrel.
At that time they were only used because there was nothing better.
But now the perfected soda crackers
lishing a children's toboroular camp this
summer. It Is proposed c isolate Infected
children to prevent further spread of tha
Run for Home
1 1 1
Members of House, Having Little on
Hand, Look to Private
tFrom a Staff Correpondent.)
WASHINGTON. April 14. (Special Tele
gram.) Pending consideration of the tariff
bill by the senate, a considerable number
of members of the house have availed
themselves of a temporary lull In congres
sional business to obtain leaves of absence
either to make a run home or to seek
relaxation from legislative duties.
Representative James P. Latta of Teke
mah left for home yesterday.
Walter T. Smith of Council Bluffs left
tonight for home, having some legal busi
ness requiring Immediate attention.
William D. Jamleson of Shenandoah, la,,
who defeated Colonel "Pete" Hepburn, left
last night for home, to be absent about
ten day, s.
Representative Eben W. Martin of Dead
wood. 8. D.. has gone home to look after
his fences and to make a decision whether
he will be a candidate against Gambia for
United States senator.
Banker in Trouble
Known in Nebraska
Evidence in Prosecution at Abilene,
Texas, Shows Payment of Large
Sums During Trial.
ABILENE. Tex., April 14.-(Special Tele
gram.) In United States district court at
this place John A. Wlsherd and T. F.
Baker are on trial for alleged violation
Df the United States banking laws. The
Indictment charges that Baker, as cashier
of the First National bank of Snyder, Tex.,
misapplied $60,000 of Its funds, and that
Wlsherd aided and abetted In this misap
plication. Arguments were concluded to
night and the case go to the ury Wednes
day. Monday morning, thirty minutes before
the opening of court, John A. Wlsherd's
attorney. Judge George E. Miller, paid to
President Johnson of the First National
bank of Snyder $48,000, which fact United
States Attorney Atwell drew from Witness
Johnson on tha stand. The testimony from
time to time disclosed that defendant Wlsh
erd was in Nebraska and had given a mort
gage to cover large amounts of property
to J. S. Bllby.
POSSIBLE LIBEL SUIT
AGAINST THE OUTLOOK
New Jersey , Socialists Mar Take
Legal Kxoeptlons to Article
by Mr. Roosevelt.
NEWARK, N. J., April 14. Secretary W.
B. Killingbeck of the atate committee of
the socialist party stated today that at a
meeting of the state organization steps had
been taken to secure legal advice for the
purpose of bringing. If possible, legal ac
tion ugalnst the Outlook Publishing com
pany of New Tork for an article regarding
the socialist movement and party by ex
President Roosevelt. A resolution was
adopted at a meeting held on Saturday,
referring the matter to the national com
mittee with a view to formulating suitable
procedure. Mr. Killingbeck said that the
objection was not. to the political character
of the artlce, but to reflections it contained
upon members of the socialist party.
WOULD PROTECT OSAGE RANGE
Conrt Asked to Enjoin Texas Raaen
mea front Using; It for
FORT WORTH. Tex., April K-Die-patches
from Pawhaaka, Osage Nation,
Oklahoma, say the county attorney in the
district court there has asked for an in
junction restraining Texas stockmen from
bringing their herds to the Osage Nation
for pasturage or other purposes. If the
Injunction Is granted It will stop the
movement of over 1,000,000 head of cattle
each season from this atate and slop an
immense loss to the ranchmen. It is al
leged that in moving the herds to the
Osage nation cattle ticks and diseases are
brought into that section. The Texaa
cattlemen expect to contest the case.
in their moisture and dust proof packages are a staple 3-times-a-day
food. The fact that nearly half a million packages are eaten
every day in the year shows the popular appreciation of
TRUL OF CAPTAIN flMNS
Attorneys Decide to Rely Solely on
Insanity as Defense.
CASE COMXS UP MONDAY
Wife" aad Mother May Testily
for the Procotlen Ulg
Stork Brokerage Flraa
NEW TORK. 'April 14. Conference held
today In the offices of John F. Mclntyre.
counsel for Captain Peter C. Halns, Jr.,
In which the latter'a parents, General
Halns and Mrs. Haines, their son, Major
John R. Halns and several witnesses par
ticipated, resulted In a decision to rely
solely on insanity aa a defenie In the trial
of Captain Halns for the murder of Wil
liam E. Annls. The trial will begin Monday
In Flushing. t I., where Thornton Jenkins
Halne was recently acquitted of connection
with the shooting and It Is expected will
last about three weeka.
The defense will call between forty and
forty-five witnesses. Mr. Mclntyre Is con
sidering seriously dispensing with medical
experts to combat the testimony of alien
ists who will be called by District Attor
ney DeWitt. It Is the tentative plan of
the defense to leave for the judgment
of the Jury the mental condition of Cap
tain Halns. immediately preceding the
shooting. Tha killing in all Ita aspects, it
Is aatd. will be admitted, but Captain
Halna will be described aa a sufferer nearly
all hla life from emotional Insanity.
District Attorney DeWitt said tonight:
"If needed by the prosecution both Mrs.
Halns and her mother, Mrs. IJbby. wilt
appear at the trial of Captain Halns and
Stock Brokerage Firm Fall.
'NEW TORK, April IS. The Stock
brokerage firm of Ennls Sk Stoppanl, one
of the largest operators on the Consoli
dated exchange and having branches in
various cities of the United States and
Canada, today waa placed in the hands of
a receiver en the application of three
creditors, demanding an aggregate cf
$5,145 In unpaid claims. Counsel for
these creditors, in their petition to the
United States district court, alleged thst
the liabilities of the firm would amount
to $1,600,000 and the assets $400,000.
Lindsay Russell was appointed receiver
and a few minutes later Treadwell Cleve
land filed a paper In court showing thst
tha firm had assigned to him last night.
Mr. Cleveland, however, retired In favor
of Mr. Russell and the latter assumed
control of the firm's offices.
One of the allegations In the bankruptcy
petition was that the firm had failed to
meet its margin obligations on the Chi
cago Board of Trade. Treadwell Cleve
land said that the causes of the suspen
sion were unexpected demsnds made by
out-of-town customers in the last few
daya, resulting in the heavy withdrawal
of accounts. No official statement wis
made by the firm or the receiver, but
stories were current that the house had
suffered extenalvely through tha rise In
wheat on the Chicago Board of Trade.
A meeting of the credltora has been
called for tomorrow by attorneys repre
sentlng $100,000 In claims.
fekahert's Reslaraatloa Accepted.
The Theatrical Managers' association, at
a meeting today, accepted the resignation
of the firm of Sam 8. and Lee Shubert,
who drew from the association last week
because they were not allowed votes In
proportion to the number of their play
houses. A., committee . was appointed to
draw up a statement In answer to tha
President Charlea Burrmam, In address
ing: the meeting, said that the question of
proportionate adjustment waa gone into
very thoroughly at the time oj the forma
tion of the association and that the one
member, one vote Idea was favored since
- In a statement issued tonight, the
.Theater Managers' association announced
that four weeka ago Messrs. Shubert made
certain complaints against a morning
paper in regard to the alleged treatment
of themselves and were informed that the
association, as a body, could not take cog
nisance of matters of that kind.
Jacob 8hubert then remarked, according
to the statement, that If the . members
would not withdraw their patronage from
tha paper they aaw no use of the associa
tion and would withdraw and form one
of their own.
A committee was then appointed, which
heard both aides. It reported that It had
been unable to bring about an amicable
understanding and that It was Impracti
cable to pursue the Inquiry further.
Mlu Caroline Haldobro Dead.
Miss Caroline Holman Huldobro, the well
known lecturer and writer on South Ameri-
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For Malting Fudge
and Tally get
A pure, fine-flavored syrup that
makes the finest kind of candy.
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A iok of toeinj ana
itnt free en rtqutfi.
CORN riODUCTS I DINING CO
can subjects, died here today of heart
disease. She waa 4$ years old and the
daughter of Mrs. Marian Holman of Boa-
ton, widow of a United Stttea conaular
agent who wasjn Valparatao, Chile, when
Miss Holman was born. She chose tha
name Huldebro as a baptismal name.
Put on Hides
Convention of Association of Western
South Dakota Goes on Record
in This Way.
RAPID CITT. S. D.. April 14.-(Special Tel
egram.) The seventeenth annual meeting
of the Western South Dakota Stock Grow,
ers' association was held here today. The
following offtcera were re-elected: ,
8. A. Dawson, Pine Ridge, president.
A. L.. Taddlcon, Bella Fourche, vice presi
dent. Frank M. Stewart, Buffalo Gap, secre
tary and treaaurer.
The secretary's report showed the asso
ciation to be In a flourishing condition. A
resolution was passed condemning the ac
tion of congress In placing hides on the
free list. The executive committee, with
the exception of two members. Is tha same
as last year. A later meeting of the ex
ecutive committee will decide the place of
meeting for next year and arrange the
The celebration in connection with the
meeting was largely attended. The
weather, which was close to freeslng, with
snow flurries all day, made It disagreeable.
The railroads were well represented.
Footpad Holds Up
J. H. Green in Store
Enters While He is Alone, Cleans Out
Cash Register and Lifts Watch
1 and Change
Green's pharmacy, conducted by J. H.
Green, at the corner of Park avenue and
Pacific street, was held up at 11:10 o'clock
Monday night by a white man who entered
while there was no one In the atore, but
Mr. Greac. , lie pi.duced a gun and re
lieved the cash rertster of $.10. Hs also
vent throilgh the pockets of the proprietor,
taking his watch and . a small sum of
ncnty. A good description of the man
has been furnished the police.
FIREMEN CAUGHT IN COLLAPSE
One Killed aad Two Fatally lajared.
by Falllac Wall Darlac
PITTSBURG, April 14.-One fireman was
killed, two fatally Injured and several oth
ers slightly hurt today when a waU col
lapsed during a fire at the pottery pUnt
of the Sherwood Brothers company at New
Brighton, Pa., below this city.
The dead man is George Hartman and the
fatally Injured are Benjamin Carr and
Charles Felt. The fire started In the min
eral department of the worka and spread
rapidly. The dead and injured men were
fighting the blaze from the rear when sud
denly the wall fell in. burying them. The
property loss is Jl.'.OOO.
Sold only in
Moisture Proof Packages
JEFFERSON DEMOCRATS DINE
National Club Has Banquet in Honor
of Birthday of Founder.
HABMAN AND MARSHALL SPEAK
Principal Addresses Are by Gov
eraors of Ohio aad Indiana, Who
Denoaaee Protection Bryan
NEW YORK, April li-Denunclation o
the princtple of protection and of the tarltt
legislation now pending In congress formed
the keynote of the addresses at tho annual
dinner of the National Democratic club
tonight at the Hotel Savoy in celebration
of the 166th anniversary of the birth of
Thomas Jefferson. There were present s
number of democratic notables from other
states. Including Judson Harmon, governor
of Ohio; Thomas R. Marshall, governor
of Indiana, and George F. Chamberlain,
United States senator from Oregon, a
well as local party leaders.
A portrait of Jefferson hung over with
American flags, dominated the guest table,
at which sat Governors Harmon and Mar
shall, Senator Chamberlain, State Senator
Grady, John Fox, the club's president;
Rlchsrd Croker, Alton B. Parker, Charles
F. Murphy, leader of Tammany halls for
mer 8upreme Court Justices Morgan, J.
O'Brien and D. Cady Herrick.
lsemhere at six longitudinal tables sst
400 of the elect of the democrstlo party,
among them Supreme Court Justices O'Gor-
man. Guy, Dugro. Platzek. Truax, Herman
Ridder, Senator Patrick R. MoGarren, John
Mitchell and Francis Burton Harrison.
Mayor McClellan, Governor Johnson of
Minnesota, William Jennings Bryan, Gov.
ernor Swanson 1 of Virginia, Governor
Burke of South Dakota, President Wood
row Wilson of Princeton, Champ Clark,
Senator Culberson of Texas. Representative
Rainey of Illinois and August Belmont sent
Chamberlain en Primaries.
Senator Chamberlain of Oregon, who wai
down on the program .to respond tit. the
toast, "The Democracy 'e-f the Paelllfl
Slope," made an impassioned address in
defense of the direct primary principle ot
'The convention system again and again
has been proven to be a corrupt and un
representative system of government," lie
said. "The people of the Pacific slope
have awakened to a realization of thin
and from now on he people of that sec-
tlon Intend to have a voice In the man
agement of their affairs, both local and
Introduced by John Fox. president of
the National Democratic clubs, ns one ot
the moat potent forces for good in the
"Buckeye state." Governor Harmon
aroused the enthusiasm of his hearers py
declaring that every rltlzen of the nation
waa entitled to 100 cents of good overn
ment for every dollar paid by him in taxa
tion. Much In the same strain Governor Mar.
shall of Indiana assailed the good faith
of the lawmakers at Washlngtonln their,
to him, transparent effort to cloud the
Issue of protectionism..
buy trouble, but a genuine quarter buys
Dr. Kings New Life Pills: for eoni,.'.
lion, maiana and Jaundice. For sale
Beaton Drug Co.
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