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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 17.
DOUGLAS FIGURES STAND
ttft Board Accept Assessors' Valua-
I tion on Banks and Merchandise.
IAJTKS TO BE INVESTIGATED
Wewiaa at Picnic at Hlekmaa Telle
Yaaagr People They Do Mot
Lack Oppertaaltlee So
Mark aa foirair,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Aug. 1 (8pectal.)-Douglas
tounty bank stork and merchandise re-
2 mains a valued by the county board of
I equalisation. The Ptate board met this
afternoon with' Governor Shallenberger
absent, and daclded not to mska any In-
. oreaaa In tbaaa two classes of property.
Secretary of State Junkln moved to re-
' consider tha vote by which bank stock
was Inereaaed 1 par cant and this car
ried; Junkln, Brian and Barton voting
' yea and Cowlaa voting no. This makes
tha total assessed valua of tha stata S39.-
Mi, SIS. Tha taxes for the stata and Interest
will be SI.194.ttl.Sa. city clerk this afternoon to fill In the
1 Mr. Junkln mada his motion becausa the varancieg to make up the two boards. The
majarlty of tha board objected to lnereas- two boards will sit at the same time and
Ing tha valua of merchandise. During I place.
tha discussion of Ifca motion by Mr. Jun
1 kin, Mr. Brian wanted to know what do
ductlona had bean mada by bankers out
' In the slats, but aa the board had no In-
formation on tills aubjnct ha objected as
S aVsl'tl 's swrJ
STANDARD OF HAT VALUE
fc- iriM ticiiius mat wmm
I did Mr. Barton in singling out Douglas
eounty artless the banks In all the coun
ties wars gone Into. The board from now
More Troahle at Aeylam.
Notwithstanding Governor Shallenberger
Is out of town there Is still trouble at the
Lincoln asylum. The bom farmer, T. H.
Williams, has been discharged and his
place filed by the appointment of Mr.
Tracey of Illinois, who heretofore haa
worked as night outside guard. O'Connell
on will work or tha terminal assessment the alg,nt farmer, expected the place.
but was turned down. He will take his
troubles to the governor when he returns.
Mayor Jim Meets
Foe to Liquor
Debates Prohibition Question with
Mrs. F. D. Bichards of Leipsie,
0., at Albion.
ALBION. Neb.. Aug. l.-epeetal Tele
gramsMayor Dahlman arrived here Sat
urday evening and contrary to expecta
tions ha was not accompanied by any
Omaha friends. He was Immediately
hustled to the Albion house, where his
friends had arranged a banquet In his
honor. Sunday before a Chautauqua audi
ence of 4.000 Mayor Dahlman and Mis. P.
D. Richards of Leipsie. O., debated the
prohibition question. The evening was
very warm, but the great crowd remained
Intently Interested until the debate closed.
Mayor Dahlman opened and spoke about
forty minutes. Mrs. Richards replied, talk
ing an hour, and the mayor then spoke
fifteen minutes. Mrs. Richards closed In
ten minutes. Both speakers had many
friends In the audience and the applause,
whloh was generous, was about equally
divided. Immediately after the debate the
mayor took an automobile for Petersburg,
where he speaks this evening at a political
aa returned by the county assessors.
I As a result of deductions made by bank-
! era In their returns to tha county assessors
; because of bad loans and depreciations of CHAlTAlHtAS
' loans, the State Banking board is liable
to take some action. Treasurer Brian Both Col am boa and
! and Auditor Barton, who are members of Saereu,
, both the Board of Equalisation and the COLUMBUS. Neb., August 18. (Special.)
I Stata Banking board, announced that as the Last evening the second annual cheu
i banks mada these deductions they should tauqua for this city closed with an ex
! aleo charge off these bad loans against I cellent program, the attraction for Bunday
their .capital stock and not carry them aa being father Daly, Helen Butler's band and
assets. The matter will be taken up by Opie Reld. three of the strong numbers of
the banking board. In some Instances the ten days' session. The attendance dur
eeveral hundred thousand dollars were I lng the week haa been good. The grounds
charged off by banks for bad loans. I were on the site for the new government
W.jt with tfa. HI. hi id-.. building, but next year a new location
. will have to be secured, as work on the
orn.y or.n. .run spoKe at bu,dnB w, hav. commenced by that time,
a picnic at Hickman last Saturday, and he I ri'i.i pbt. v.k i.m-n..!.!
brought back a atory of a speech delivered -The Kellogg-Halnes singing party have
by a woman whoae name he did not hear, for three days delighted the Chautauqua
that ha aald was one of the most timely audiences with their quartet number, solo
he ever heard. At the conclusion of the I and song readings. Frsnk Smith of Chi
regular program be said volunteer speakers cS ave fine addresses both Saturday and
were called for and the woman mounted Sunday afternoon, while John B. Ratto,
the platform. Her to about what she said: lne hum1"-8'. Mve character studies Sat
"What the young people of Nebraska urday vni"- The Kellogg-Hainea party
I. rUr... i I,..- . i, opened Sunday morning services with a
sacred concert, followed by sermon by the
v. pUttorm manager. Rev. H. H. Harmon,
about It being so hot, and about there be- Tne Woodm,n of the WorW concert b,nd
lng no opportunity for a young man or durlnK the day rendered two concerts and
woman Ilka there use to be. Lej me tell Dr. Eugene May In the evening delivered
you about aome of the things I went his lecture on the "Passion Play" as seen
through In tha old days. My husband at Oberammergau.. George M. Plnneo.
and I settled on a little homestead near I Young Men's Christian association physical
here, and times were so hard and crops director at Lincoln, Is entertaining the
o poor that he had to leave me alone 8 aJ lrl' Th crowd at the grounds
and go back to civilisation to make enough has been very satisfactory,
. i -ui . (
" "'-iu... m in- noi cr, Klied oy Horse.
w.nu. cm- on i mey nuo. in., weamer BEATRICE. Neb, Aug. l.-Speclal Tele.
seem pieaaani. gram.) Etta Johnson, the little daughter
"After the death of my husband my son of Mrs. W. J. Johnson, living northeast of
who was grown, told me I would have to Beatrice, died today from Injuries received
leave the farm and come with him. I by being crushed against tha manger by a
aald. Whyr , hors..
" 'Because there are so many tramps I Fred Uraff, an old resident of Qage
going through the country now It Is not county, died yetserday at Sycarhore
aafe fof you to atay alone.' I Springs. Kan. He. was 3 years of age and
" 'Is that so,' I replied. 'Let me tell you 'eaves a wife and three eons. He had been
something. I was alone out here on this llvtn 8tarbuck, Canada, the last two
urn. hnm.te-l t-rfnre vo., were hr- i years. The remains will be interred here
"w "y "- ""ys -xcepi mexi- Waodmea Lodge
cans ana inoians passing tne nouse. jvow FULLERTON. Neb.. Aug. l.-(Speclal.)
you Just get me a bulldog and a revolver Tweve automobiles decorated with flags
and don't you bother about me. 1 never and bunting and carrying members of the
lived off of my mother-in-law when I was Woodmen of the World of this town went
young, and I don't Intend te live off of to Belgrade and organised a lodge of that
my children new that I am old. The op- order in that town, returning in their cars
portuntty la still here for the young people before the morning hours.
They lust need a little courage and some
aet-un about them." ti,rI Fatally Shot ky Bay
. PORTSMOUTH. Neb.. Aug. 18.-Enrajrd
because he had been Jilted, Harry Bliss, IS
skltllskHaa-M 1 KakKl-BB air a) " 4 I a. - I
" " " " '.. ZZ. wounded Miss Minnie Clarke, aged 17
nour ynn .mini p. m., August it, liwa, l v-rg
compared with same period of previous I I
year; Nebraska .News Kotea
1!08. 1309. PERI' The cannlna- factory ODerated
Cars stock loaded S27 - by Lowe & Dorland has added a ketchup
oi.iHij - iu. vn ii-ini , iw laciory. uiner aopartments or tne lactory
ncocK cm ora.nw .or loaning. ... w . nave been extensively improved and on
Cars grain loaded 304 381 1 larged.
i in otner material loaded ,5 t.H'i
MYSTERY IN THE HALEY' CASE
Boarding Srhool Preprletor Tele
raph'a Girl's Father.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Aug. 16. (Special' Tele
gram.) A telegram sent by H. A. Haley of
Norfolk to his daughter Marguerite, the
12-year-old girl who mysteriously disap
peared from a boardlni; school at Lake
Geneva, Wis., led to flndlnjr the girt at
W'tlllamsbay, 'Vtls., a little town near Lake
Geneva. The message was delivered to a
Mrs. Sheldon living near the depot, and
this shortly after led to the girl's dis
covery. Mrs. Fellows, who has had the
girl In charge for three years at her board
ing school today telegraphed Mr. Haley,
saying: "I can't understand what Ideas
you have put In the child's head. 8he was
hiding at Wllliamsbay expecting you to
. As Haley hadn't heard from the girl for
three years until her message came urging
him to come quick, he is still at a loss to
solve the mystery.
JURY PACKED, SAYS HASKELL
Oklahoma Gorernor Files Sensational
Motion to Qnah Indictments.
SATS JIT10KS WISE ETTDHDATE)
Chaursjrea Farea) Stravesi Threateaeel
Other Mesafcere with Fweeatlea
far Ferjlarr lialraa The?
Veted Trwe Bills.
MUSKOGEE. Okl., Aug IS. Attorneys
for Governor Charles N. Haskell and the
five other defendants, Indicted In connec
tion with the alleged Muskogee town lot
frauds, today filed motions In the federal
court here te quash the Indictments, setting
forth a number of sensational allegations.
Aside from charges against five grand
jurors and the allegation of Improper con
duct on the part of felted States Marshal
Grant Victor, the allegations deal largely
with the grand Jury's selection, with es
pecial objection to the exclusion of Musko
gee county, the home of the defendants,
from the territory from which the Jury was
It Is alleged that George W. Strawn, J
H. Dixon, J. C. Burgess, A. G. Dumas and
W. T. Bailey, members of the grand Jury
which Indicted the defendanla, deliberately
sought to go on that Jury with a view to
returning Indictments; that Strawn, as
foreman, conspired to intimidate the other
Jurors Into voting lndtctmsnts after they
had refused to do so. The motion Insists
that Foreman Strawn repeatedly told th
jurors 4hat they probably would . be
charged with perjury If they failed to In
dict and at one time, when the ballot stood
eight to eight, hi called for another vole
so he would know who should be prose
cuted. It Is alleged that out of eight talesmen
selected seven were partisan republicans
and the elsltn aa a personal enemy of
Governor Haskell. Governor Haskell Is a
After pointing out numerous technical
i.l 1 1. mmJt I r . m f 4k. rr.nit
Jury's section, tne motion declare, "there
was no evidence presented to show a eon-
T .t . . r . . 7 i Vtm.nt. Nur- Ha was hurried to a local hospital
of the interior and all of Its departments , . ...
HOTEL MEN IN CONVENTION
PROBE FOR PRIMARY LAW
Cesantlsslaa of New York LsTlslatar
la lnvestlsatlaa; Warklagrs at
TOPEKA, Kan., Aug. 16. The commis
sion from the Now York legislature Inves
tigating the operations and results of the
primary law devoted the morning session
to taking the testimony of C. A. Cain and
Cecil Hows, two local newspaper men. This
afternoon Governor Stubbs and Secretary
of State Dentor are being heard. The fol
lowing members of the committee attended
Senators Gorge L. Meade, Rochester, N.
T., chairman1; Patrick H. McCarren of
Brooklyn and Assemblyman Jesse S. Phil
lips, Andover, vice chairman; Robert Conk
lln, New York City Frank L. Howard.
Waverly; Jullen C. Scott, Balnbridge, and
James E. Fay, Brooklyn.
In the Indian territory were fully aware
of how lots were scheduled and that no
objection was raised.
The six defendants were indicted by the
federal rnnil lurv at Tulsa. Okl.. on May
J7, charged with obtaining titles from the (Continued from First Pegs.)
government to town lots In Muskogee by nou papera .. papers 6o
Illegal memoes. nu..,nt nr .Avirtlirifii fnr th
The five co-defendants of Oovernor Has- . " V . . ,. . .
kell, all wealthy and prominent el t liens of
Oklahoma, are C. W. Turner, A. Z. Eng
likh W. R. Fatten. W. T. Hutehlns and conaucung mem.
F B Severs MB rererrea oneiiy 10 tne dciiiii a-
Governor Haskell and six other defend- rived from the Hotel Men s Mutual Bene
ants had previously been indicted on the flcial association and to the Western Hotel
same charge, but on April 10 last Federal Men's Protective association and advised
Judge John A. Marshall of Utah upheld a I encouraging them in ever' way possible.
motion of the defendant to quash the In-1 Thirty-five new names were added to
dlctmenta. The Indictments were quashed the membership of the association at the
on technical grounds. afternoon meeting.
Ward from the Clerks.
E. W. Sherman, president of the Ne
braska and Iowa Hotel Clerks' association
read an Interesting paper upon the "Re
mlnlscences of a Hotel Clerk." His paper
was based upon an experience of twenty
veara. He expressed himself as proud of
lias oeen a great many years s.n a-aociation of which he was the head,
New York City opened its numerous gates ... . work d members.
and Invited the people of the United State. I aMootaHon hlld accomp8hed mucn m
ana omer couniriro 10 corn in ina ceie-
WASHINGTON. AugusC 1. Forecast uf
the weather for Tuesday and Wednesday:
For Nebraska and South Dakota Partly
cloudy and cooler Tuesday, Wednesday
fair, cooler in east portion.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair and some
what cooler Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
Empty box cars on hand S.K9 3 '4
Box cars ordered for loading.... KiS l,Zt7
Itallagr la Primary Law.
Deputy City Attorney Williams Inter
preted tha primary election law to read that
primary boards may not act as registration
boards, but that there must be two distinct
boards in session tomorrow. Some are
members of the primary board and are alKO
members of the registration boards. This
caused a hurry up around the office of the
Sm Think They Think
By the way, if you haven't yet
found "The Reason" take a
"Post" graduate course by in
vesting 15 cents in a pkg. and
carefully Ihink over the facts in
the little book, "The Road to
j Wellville," found in every third
pkg. (One goes in every third
ykg. since' we passed the 100
I million mark. Formerly one was
I put in every pkg.)
It will well repay anyone to
add to his general education the
farts of life detailed in the little
POfJTUM CKREAL. CO.. LTD..
BtttOa Caves Ml oil.
MADISON The German Methodist church
of this city mill build a parsonage this
ran at a cost of 2,0U0 on the site of the
present parsonage which will be removed.
Kov. V illiam Menaedoth is the oastor In
PERU-Prof. Ross H. House of Kan
sas City, recently elected to a place on
the faculty of the state normal. has
arrived and will soon be " settled In the
MUstead property on 8lxth street. He Is
to be the Instructor In vocsl music, and Is
highly recommended. i
PERl'-A movement is on foot to have
the members ,of normal allumnl erect a
bulldlna on the campus which will be a
permanent home for the association.
There are now 1.C00 members and a few
dollars from each would erect a beautiful
and commodious structure.
PL.ATTSMOTTTH Charles Janda and
Miss Anna Piacek were married In the
Bohemian Catholic church at 7 o'clock
this morning. Father Shine officiating.
The young couple have always resided here
and are well and favorably known. They
departed on the morning train for Have
lock to visit relatives.
PIjATTSMOUTH County Attorney Will
O. Ramsey has filed a complaint in county
court charftlng CliarU-s J. baker with
bigamy. It Is charged that' llaker de
serted his wife and children at Anhtabula.
O., and came to this city and married
Mia. Lillian Vroman on the 9th of last
January, without first securing a divorce
rum his former wile.
MADISON Chas. Knspp charged with
shooting his wife with Intent to kill and
who was bound over until the fall term
of the District court In the eum of $2,000
Dan. wnicn was given ty his brothers
Jake and John Knapp. has engaged the
service of Allen A Dowllng of this city
10 o.'ieiHl nun. Bi. a. MCl'uilie reiiresenieil
Knapp at iho preliminary hearing and no
aouot win assist in me d. tense.
LAH r CITY tieorge Keeler. a resident
or nils city, aged M years, and a well-to-do
farmer, died this morning at 4 45, after
a niicei nig illness. The funeral will
occur Monday evening from the resilience
and Tueoday morning the body will be
taken to- .Norfolk, tills slate, for liurl.l
He leaves a wife, one son and five daugh
ters, a son Slid two daughters here one
daughter In Seattle. Wash., one in Omaha
ana one at rnorioik.
lAH'P CITY The funeral uf Mrs. Frits
joiianaen occurred Irom the Presbyterian
church in this city this afternoon. Her
rive sons and a brother acted as pall
Drarers. one leaves a nuanann, rive sous
and five daughters, all of whom were
present. The huaband, three aons and
two daughters live here, tVo daughters In
Omaha, one daughter at Urand Island
one son at Hiawatha, Kaa,, and one son
at Urand junction, Colo.
6 a. m TS
6 a. m 74
7 a. m 7S
8 a. m 81
9 a. m tS
10 a. m M
11 s. m 91
12 m 92
1 p. m 96
3 p. m M
t p. m 94
4 p. m 94
6 p. m M
( p. m 93
7 p. m 92
5 p. m M
9 p. m 99
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU
OMAHA, Aug. 18 Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared wiui
the corresponding period of the last three
years: igos. m isvi.
Maximum temperature .. 9 M M 97
Minimum temperature ..74 ( w 73
Mean temperature 85 82 74 S4
Precipitation 00 .06 T .00
Temperature and nreclDltation departures
from the normal at Omaha since Marcn i.
and compared with the last two years
Excess for the day 10
Total deficiency since March 1 166
Normal precipitation .11 men
Deficiency for the day 11 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 JJ.fc6lncr.es
Deficiency since March 1 1.40 Inches
Excess for cor. period in lwx.. .11 men
Deficiency for cor period, 1907.. 4.20 Inches
Boy l row Ma la J I as River.
.HURON. S. D. Aug. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) While bathing in tha Jim river
here today Richard H.. son of William
Crowley of Madison, Wla., was drowned
He was I years old, and was making his
home with John Koerner and wife. The
body wa reoo vexed aod gent to Madison
Reporta From Statlaas at T P. M.
Station and State Tern. Max. Raln-
of Weather. 7 p. ra. Trn. fal.
Bismarck, cloudy 78 82 .02
Cheyenne, cloudy 70 . 82 .02
Chicago, clear 72 M .00
Davenport, clear 82 90 .00
Denver, cloudy 7 92 .00
Havre, clear 80 84 . 00
Huron, clear 90 94 . 00
Kansas City, clear 94 100 .00
North Platte, clear 92 98 .00
Omaha, clear 92 98 .00
Rapid City, clear 80 90 .00
St. Louis, clear 90 94 .00
8l. Paul, clear..'. 78 82 .00
Salt Lake City, clear SO 82 .00
Valentine, part cloudy 88 98 .00
Willlston, clesr 84 84 .00
indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Ceaxvscs Uc System
Dispds colds and Headathes
Acts Tvauray, acsrxy as
Best Jot McrtVWtm Hvd.Qu&
twTi-Jbun cltv& 0d.
To $e Ws WucW eJJecU
cAways buy t QenuvcvCt
evuBtud ky ike
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLO BY AIL LEADING DRUGGISTS
Cattle Wreck Auto,
Driver is Killed,
One Other Hurt
Antoitta An Trying-'Out Hew Race
Track at Cieyennt When
CHETENNB. Wye., August Is. (Ppertal.)
Running at the rate of seventy miles an
hour Ben Loy of Denver, driving a power
ful Stearns racing car. accompanied by
Mechanician Shannon Lees of Denver,
struck a herd of cattle crossing the four
mile one-lap race track of the Cheyenne
Auto club at Frontier park. Loy's skull
was fractured, hie neck broken and his
chest crushed, while Lees received a broken
shoulder and Internal Injuries. Loy and
Lees were taken to St. John'a hospital,
where Loy died shortly after 8 o'clock.
The racers had been repeatedly warned
by members of the racing committee of
the Cheyenne Auta club, which has charge
of the first race meet to be held on this
big four-mile, one-lap automobile track
next Tuesday, when the track mill be
policed and the danger of accidents re
duced to the minimum, but for several days
the drivers of the Stearns, Marmon, Bulrk
and other racing cars have been limber
ing up their cars. Today several cars at
tained a speed of seventy-five miles an J
hour, and the drivers were so elated that
this evening the Stearns and Marmon set
out to burn up the track.
The only wltneeses of the accident were
seated in the steel grandstand at Frontier
park, ever a mile away, and all they saw
was a great cloud of dust as the car struck
The accident will probably not affect the
race meet here Tuesday, for the track
has been tested and pronounced perfectly
John Erickson, mechanician for Driver
Al lngerson of the Colburn thirty racing
car, which will participate In the races
. here next Tuesday and which was being
driven to Cheyenne this evening, was over-
and Is resting easily tonight.
HALT-MINUTE STORE TALI
We make a conscientious and determined effort to merit vcur arxd ertll
we wsnt the good will of every person (n (maha. VTe remember
what John Wannamaker, the mctchant prince of Philadelphia and
New Terk Is nimted aa saying: ''The store that makes good Is the
store that makes good will."
THK XKW STORK
'IHK HU.UK OK VlALrTA CLOTHES."
Youll never know how per
fect a S3.00 hat can be until
you've tried one of ours
OA-'onrse w have hats (and many of them) at any
price from $1.00 to $12.00 but we
take exceptional delight in showing
our $15.00 ones because we've taken
(special care to have them several
degrees better than any similar
priced hats sold in Oina
hit. They are of every
color and style imagin
able, as well as nifty
derbies. Ulad to show
them anv time.
hotels for nothing, and e should do more
toward helping these papers and the men
HUDSON AND FULTON
New Ye-rk la Gaiagr to Pay Trlbwte to
Taelr Memories After '
brata and sta the" great city at Its best.
Expositions, convention gatherings and
reunions have been more or leesspurned
and. neglected but .bow the Manhattanltes
think they have m real reas .n for fire
works, parades, speeches and lllumlna
apolis: A. L. Clarke, Dubuque; K. C. Tang
ney of the Phoenix. Arlington; F. E. Tan
draV of the Phelton. Sanborn, la ; K. A.
Turls of the Docke, Tlerre, 8. D.; H. Q 1
Herbort. Missouri Valley; S. C. Hoover.
Lincoln; C. F. Todenhaft of the Meridla:i
and J. W. Moore of the Clothier, Columbus.
Neb.; B. J. Murphy, formerly of the
Hchllts, Omaha; F. J. Donahue of the
West, Sioux City; . Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Nation of the Chicago house. Sioux City;
Mr. and Mrf. C. E.' Griffith of the Mon
damin, Sioux City; C. 8. Day. Long Pine;
J. A. Cassell of the Hotel Bulletin. Chi
cago; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lawlor of the
Chicago Hotel Employment agency, Chi
cago; R. vV. Johnson of the Ellis, Water
loo, la.; J. J. Bohn, Chicago; J. J. Harri
son and son of the Glen, Sioux City; J. E.
Little of the Cook hotel, Rochester, Minn.;
Mr. and Mrs. Will P. Herring of the Her
ring Cottsge, Belle Plalne, la.; Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Fuller of the Rlverview, Pierre.
SHALLENBERGER AT SEATTLE
la One of Foar Governors Who Visit
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 16. The Japanese
ambassador, Baron Takahlra; four govern
ors, A. C. Shallenberger of Nebraska, A.
S. Vessey of ; South Dakota, Edwin L.
Norrls of Montana and Albert W. Gil
christ of Florida, and Congressman George
Falrchlld of New York, and J. . Hamp
ton Moore of Pennsylvania visited the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition today.
Congressman Sulser of New York Is ex
pected to arrive here tonight.
Killed by Train
on Way to Church
Engrine Strikei Wagon in Which
Family of Missouri Farmer
KENNKTT. Mo., Aug. 16. While drlvlna
to church at Frisbee station last night,
five children of A. H. Hyde, a farmer,
were killed by St. Louis and San Francisco
train No. 811, which struck the wagon on
a crossing a mile east of the Hyde home.
The 6ad are:
LEILK HYDE, aged 33.
J CD A HYDE, 20.
JESSE HYDE. IT.
SUSIE HYDE, 12.
CHARLES HYDE. 36.
Charles Hyde died today. The others were
BIG FIRE IN COAL CREEK
Twenty-Two Balldlnars Are Destroyed
In BrltUh Colombia
FERNIE. B. C. Aug. 16.Tenty. ,
buildings were destroyed by fire in Coal
Creek last night, causing a loss of $100,000.
The water pressure failed and Fernie was
called on for aid. The Fernie brigade fought
the flames until early this morning, when
the fire was under control. .
the elimination of the hotel deadbeat and
check worker, and he was looking forward
to the ultimate formation of a national
association of hotel clerks, that the field
for combatting with the hotel deadbeat and
check worker could be so broadened that
tlons, and are preparing to celebrate the the protection would become absolute. The
four-hundredth annlveraarv of the rflaeov- Paper conciuaea wnn a numoer ot amus
erv of the Hudson rlvsr and to nav tribute M" experiences, both personal and general
to Robert Fulton, whose steamboat was tha relating to the different phases of -hotel
forerunner of the great shipping now I
traversing the waters of the world. The Getting; Rid af Rata.
preparKtlone that are being made and the W. C. Keeley of the Cataract hotel of
celebration itself, which will take the daye Sioux Falls. S. D., told of his experience
from September 25 to October . will cost and success in solving the rat question
millions and New Yorkers are now asking when he first took charge of that hostelry.
the other folks to come In and see them and gave to Secretary of Agriculture Wll
do It. I son the credit of providing a sort of rat
The railroads are getting ready for a I dope that was a corker and advised all
tremendous travel and Issues of attractive hotel men similarly troubled with "ro
booklets are In press. The Erie haa beaten dents" to make Immediate application to
all competitors by getting Its own ex- "Tama" Jim for a sample of the dope.
ceedlngly attractive issue ready for dlstrl- The committee on resolutions waa dl
button. rected ta nrenare suitable resolutions of
The book contains -portraits of Henry regret for the Illness of Mr. Maddox of
Hudson and Robert Fulton and briefly Sioux Falls, and one of the foundera of
outlines the important events In their I the Northwestern Hotel Men's association.
respective careers. Its pages contain night and transmit the same to him.
and day views of New York City. Tha Letters of regret were read from a num-
prlnelpal feature is a double page snap I bar of members of the association who
In three colors which vividly pictures the I were unable to be present for business and
approach to the Erie terminals In New other unavoidable causes.
Tork by tunnels beneath the Hudson I Roma Miller gave an interesting sketch
river and by Erie ferryboats. On the map of several of the large southern hotels he
a bird's-eye view of New York City and had visited during his recent tour of the
vicinity are shown, the principal large south,
buildings, the Important steamship piers, A motion was unanimously adopted en
the European steamship route, and' the dorstng the movement of the International
water route to Boston. The books are I Hotel Stewards' association for the estab-
malled upon request to any passenger llshment of an educational department for
agent. I training hotel employes, and a telegram
to that effect was ordered sent to that aa
MAY TAKE UP ROW BETWEEN ablation now In session at Indianapolis.
Biainurvr sun DllllllrrD Rome M,.r on benair or the hotel men
riniunui IWIU DnbklllUtn oi omaha, invited tne visiting hotel men
to visit each of the hotels of Omaha during
TranmlMiaelppl Cosaaaerslal Coa- their stay In the city
srreas Mfrli la Deaver with I Tha delegates were entertained last night
Fiv i koiMid Preaeat. I at tha Den by Ak-Bar Btn and his hosts
Hide tar tha Weats.
utiN VE.K, t-oio.. ug. i.-wun more women members of the families of
than 5.000 delegates and visitors present tn deIe,ate. wr, tfven . automobile
rrom every state west oi tne Mississippi rtd, about tn, olty durlnc th. ,arly even
ri.er nil nn .r.. v j)f fcy j,,, uuelltion and the,r
weaitns, tne tweirin annual rransmissis-
sippi commercial congress openea mis Tne bug)neM ,egion will be resumed
morning in the Auditorium. morning. The followlna nrorram will
Tne congress, anicn constaers ana acts w observed
upon cvertning ot interest commercially. f;3e A. M.-"Hotel Help of Today." Aran
industrially and agriculturally to tne great I L. Hungerrord, Gate City Hotel, Crawford,
m. win r.m. in In inn flu. .i, I Neb.; "Why," Arthur E. Wooden. 8t.
. , . James hotel, Minneapolis, Minn.; ' Vagaries
days and promises tc be enlivened by a of ElclM Legiaiatloti. " John J. Bohn.
contest begun last week at tne National editor Hotel World, Chicago; "Rambling
Irrigation congress at Spokane between ' nou.f nl" 1 "? o the Hotel
. . Man," Rome Miller, Rome and Millard
Secretary of the Interior Bellinger and not. . omaha: Question box. dl.cTun:
Chief Forester Pinchot. Both men and I adjourn for dinner.
many of their suDnorters at tha irrigation P. M, "Hotels I Have Met." F. J.
congress are due here tomorrow. th. Fo..,". "Jnr'"r.n
Only routine business will be transacted West hotel, Sioux City, la.; "The Traveling
at today's session. Tomorrow the real Man, ood mesa Him, John Willy, editor
work of th. congress wlU be taken up. TuTsion: IdiouVni m n u'uoa DOX-
This includes discussions and considers- 1:46 P. M Cars will leave Fifteenth and
tlon of every subject affecting the west, Famam for a visit to Council Bluffs and
Including Irrlgstlon.v dry farming, postal
Becoming a moth snouldba
a source of joy, but the suffer
ing incident to the ordeal
11 ISl IQ4 the only remedy which re-
-ip,. t , . lieves women of much of the
tain of maternity; this hour, dreaded as woman's severest trial, is not
only made less painful, but danger is avoided by its use. Those who
use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness,
nausea and other distressing ronHitinns or nVrmm. .v,- !
nr-nor .U- '1 - ..u uic oyatcill
event. "It is worth its weight f N
in gold,"saysmanywhohave flVi
USCa It l'.P"r Donisaiorngstores. 1 1 .
" . Book ef value to all expectant "J
eMttera mailed free.
BADFIBLD RGDXATOR CO.
savings banks, parcels post, nstlonal de
fense of the Pacific coast, the Panama
Mesabere ( Preaataeaee
Among tha more prominent hotel men ar
canal, South Amerlcsn republics, railroad riving today are:
and transportation, merchant marine, sep
arate statehood for Arisona and Ni
Mexico and many other subjects.
Los Angeles and San Antonio, Tex., are
seeking the next session df the congress.
BURIAL SOCIETIES ILLEGAL
Attaraey General of Mlaaoarl Willi
Preoeea ta Dissolve
Harry B. Olldden of the Vendome. Min
nea polls. J. H. Richards of the Spalding
Spalding, Neb.; R. W. Eyster of the Eye
ter Hotel Linen company, Chicago; Kidney
S. Spencer of the New National. Falls City
W. C. Keeley of the Cataract, Sioux Falls
E. W. Wooden of the 8t. Jamee. Minna.
SCHOOL! AftD COLLEGES.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Aug. H.-The
attorney general in an opinion today
declared the formation of burial associa
tions waa Illegal. Superintendent of In
surance Kennish ill a 1 vise prosecuting
attorneys to proofed to dissolve such
MITCTP Domestic Sde nee,
Special Courses. Normal
Couiscs ior Teachers, full Couraee leading 10
The Beet lDatruitin. ReasonsMe Rstee.
Healthful sud Hslpful College Surroundings.
Woau's CIlCt, let M JackaaafiOe, DL
Here' a good nourishing meal for 5 cents.
. saasxaa-' wummm. wm
Biscuit with half pint of milk,' a little
fruit and a cup of coffee. Delicious and
strengthening. Try it.
11 sT :rS
Xl-ie aJotin jVlarstiall Law School
rvmaAn aiwi. sivcniBg acnooi wit a Day standard. rrhi,.--
FACULTY TOR 1909-1910
of Faculty RBA WATERMAN i'ornier Justice Illinois Appellate Court), President
Cour"o? Appeals JENK,NS- LL- D- University of Wisconsin, ex-Judge, U. S. Circuit
UKORGE K. ADAMS. A. M.. LU R., Harvard University.
Hon. EDWARD OSGOOD BROWN, A. R, Brown University
FRANK J. LOESCH. LL. B , Union College of Law ( Loeach. Schofield A Locsch i
WILLIAM M. DYRKN FORTH, LL. B., I'nion College of -n,le'a LOC"" '
W,J.L.I.'IAM K- CHURCH. A. B.. Wllllaiiis College iChur?h & McMurdy)
LEWIS A. 8TEBBINS. LL. B . University of Kansas "
i9liXJHOl,L,ANI' A' M" Hrv"''l University (Holland & Elliott).
ROBERT McMl'RDY. LL. M.. University of Michigan.-
ri.cn.ncn ifxira. a. u.. narvara umveralty.
I J . 1 1 J . I, 1 1 . f. , . . r . . . . . . . . . . . "
FRANK H. Mod'
byBERTIl. McCORMICK. Jr.. A. H. YALE. LL. B.. Columbia Unlveraltv
H. LL. H.. ITntnn fWillnar of I au u.xiii.k m. . i
I VftJrkblkT lWAVTO a J aT " ' - V.UWVU..U,., WM. TW Will
ftig aail KVAe0( A- f-, nilll UIIKt.
STEPHEN 8. GKKUOH X, A. M , LL. B.. Unlveraity Wisconsin (Gregory. Pop. a
nuaen ar McNab). '
DONA LD U MORRILL, A. M , Brown University.
COLIN C. H. FYFFH A B.. Racine College (Fyffe Adcoek).
ELMER DeWlTT BROTHERS. LL. H., University of Michigan.
O. FRED RUSH. A. M., University of Michigan 4 Rush A Holdent.
ALJI V.',Ii9i,A M l,obrt College; LL. B . Chicago College of Law.
OfcOROE B. CHIPMAN, A. M.. Harvard Unlveraity: LL. B., Washington University
fK.!1 MACDONAI.D. A. B. Albion College; LL. B. University of Michigan.
HERBERT J. FRIEDMAN. A. B., LL. B.. Harvard University. (Zelster & Fried
ROBERT W. MILLAR, LL. B . Northwestern University (Johnson Millar).
BENJAMIN F. LA Nil WORTHY. H. .. Alfred University sautax,.
CLAIR E. MORE. LL. B., Northwestern University tBulkeley. Oray aV More).
H.iVT0.N.8 CRE88Y, A. B., Yale University; LL B.. Harvard University.
JOHN K. NORTHUP. A. B. Drake University.
HI'MNKR T. Mrt'AI,!,, A. B. LL. B.. Harvard University.
MORTON A. MERGENTHEIM, A. M., Unlverelty of Chicago, LL. B . Northwest
CHESTER K CLEVELAND
FALL TERM BKI11N8 KEPT. th. ETeniag Beeeioae, Monday, Wednesday and
rrlday, permitting student to follow some employment by day. Three year course,
lending to degree r.f LL. B. Post-Orc.d.iat Course one year, leading to LL. '..
degree Lectures. Text Book a;vl Cae svalrm of instruction. For CAT ALOOfi!
CIRCULAR of ITlK-LElJAL COURSE AND PAMPHLET OF EXAMINATION PA
I'tRS. and OLU' informntton uleave atldiraa th. Iin n
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