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Oziii's 1910 Census
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AUSTRIA KEAK'' V
lulien Will Get JEFFERSON DAY
Corninc? in Pairs
iCOMlC OPERA IJY
' GRAND JIKYMEX
iUraaiatic Term Applied to Prseat-
I meat far Libel Ajsast Secretary
'"ka OH ice. IS CELEBRATED
Visana. tie Capital City. ViU Extead
Cificial TCrlcoa ta Eiana
Eij Baa'raeta of rJeamcrats Ar? Held
at Wishj.ajtoa aad at
i nnid raca tsz eitaj sqte
Cmaia Xaa Heioaiaieadsd far Eeap
poiataieat to JjrJiem. Positiaa by
X tubers aad Cffidals.
of 3Lma Leajae.
TO XSZ C12ZW VILLI
jcks a. pzrrcar n stas wrmzs
Etoj Vill Be Hade at Veaice
Zaraate to Yieaaa.
1 ITT TTrTJlri'f C 1 T (n.TT -
Parts Zaaririo Gitss Fanner Prssi
deat Grand SeadofL
SIS C? FESTTTmES
BraJ .aw41aa Kel Official
law la ritnkra
11 Eoyl audiences, re
T.tra, linrheona. bn-
w::l f iiiow cn ii Her
in unbrmen pr,cea;on lurin Sir. R.Mie
T,r Jirty-eig-'Tt hours In Cie A iBtr'.ia
He w.:i ar-iva hers in the Surennim of
unit F"iiiay and wnl De mer at tr.e ran- i iimiienanta in t.ii me uraj reserve rnna
way na;:on by Her rmi SI leller. prlnci- j At F irt Crina. Hj;nr Jonepli T. Clar; at
pl aatrrrary of t.ia F"ire:n orr.ca. repre- T-ea Miinen. Ma;nr William E. Viae; at
idii;r( lije Aanrr'aa government. and Furt M-ale. Major Een;amm J Elanr and
otijam of the embiuMy and toe civU: a-i- Captain Reuben B. Sl.ilvr: at Fort D. A.
thurrtiea. The Cmirtland autnniobiie will Ruweil. Mainr ire A. Skinner and Cap
b wait:n.-j aaA in t.ia tha f irmer jresl- j tola EJx-ari M T.i-bntt.
dent will he taien to tn H itei Krana. The f.nliT:na' Iawa nat.or.al hanaa have
whera a amte of rttoma for h:a ocrupaniry j been authorized to b:n bumneaa: The
haJ been new'y decomaied and f-jrnifiL j Farmers Xatluna; bank of Aareila, with
In tha caursa of tii momlna- Sir Ruoae- . F.n.i)(a caoitai. O. E. Ttunim. president; P.
veit wit maae
fat-mai call on
von Ahrnthai. tha H mirarian foreum
mimiwer, and at 3 o'clnclt In the afternoon
he will be received, la aidience by Em
peror Francla J-isepo. From tha paia-e
Mr. Ruoeeveit wlil go ta tha Capuchin
ehufJu -hr ha w.'l place wrealha on
the nmt of Ernprsa E.htaheta and cro
Bnir Day la Sraaw.
The rt of the ifanm s will ba occu
pied with tha reception at the American
mbasBT. a iIt to the military rdinir
school and ma lnip;an of the buiiears
quartered In this city. , Tha day will con
clude with a dinner in honor of Sir. P-mme-
yeit. ;vn ny tHa ofr:ciaa of tha Foreim j
Cm 5atuniar mornina; an early start will :
a made for an automobile excursion ta(
Count W'.leata's eamle. Kreusemein. one ,
of tha moat famous of tha eleventh, cen- j
tury (tasCaa. Luncheon will be had with j
AmbaaaaUor Kerens, who at the same j
time will antertain Foreign Minister von j
Achrenthai, Baron EenaelmuiHier Evon j
Kengerrar. Auatriaa- amnaaaHdor at Wash- I
Mr.n ..f tia N m rv. n nttm ' T4nr"V W h ' t m
f irroer Amerii-an ambassador to Frances
Anerican Consul Genarai Charisa Ienby
and o'.lers of tha Aaienaaa emoassy.
Tbr lucBmia wU sw-fothrwaw by a tint
la tha Interaatiunai Sporting exhioituin.
where Mr. Kioevit wlU ba aeoorted byj
Prince Ftierssenbers. tha Drasident o the
exhibiCnn aofiety. !
tiia miirt d!nnM at thu Schneti brunn nai- i
ace has been fixed fir o cioca tha
tvenmg. and lairr Sras-trae yon Palia
vicinl will give a giAad atiiree at hia palace
,a Joaefj-Piata. at which ranction Sir.
Roneevlt will meet ail of tile mart dis
tinguished members of Vienna, society.
Leaves Caw v Ulaw
FORTO KArRIXIO. Italy. April 11 -Mr j
tauKeveit and K-ni;t Rooeeveit left at I.JO
ci!! ti'.'.s afternoon by train Fir Venice. I
where they are due to arrive at 2 o clock
tomorrow morning. They will remain '
Oiere until Z o'clock, tn tha afternoon, when
the Journey far Venn will be resumed. '
Urs. Riioae-relt ar.d M.ss Ethel w.ll remain. '
The f-innpr president and his son trav-:
sied tcday in a special car placed at their j
."Poai by the government. The popular ;
demor.dtratiun on the departure of Sir.
Busv:t ail but exceeded that which nad
ma.-k.-d ha .rnvi.. Tho mayor had pi- :
iariel the tuwa with a prociamatam
thank.ng the dtsT'.ntriished American for ;
but rrsn and refemr.i to him in the mow
mrapiimentsry trrma. Throughout the
streets T-a.-ning piters bore the mesaage.
"Coma bac soon." j
Aa hour before tn:a time tiie mayor. ;
Lis prvfct of pnice nd the city fa?h-rs ,
went to the Carey v-i! and escorted Sir. j
Roueeveit s earra tu the ra-lway tai:un. j
At the atati' a a battalion of lnfantrj'. '
aanded by a band, waa driven up and mil j
f ajat an M." IUio!eveit stepped frrn .
rh- ca.i La. na.ia rf.Ki.ll.y t.3 tliwt wiio
had accompanied him and entered the car.
Aa ta fc-a-n pui.eI out Sir. Btveit
sTaid on the ear platttar-n waring hia .lat, '
w ana tha band played "The Star spanij'ed ,
Banner." and tha crroi snouted "I inrf '
live Rooseveit." j
Want Vote on
Graal Xslaai, Kearaey aad Eastiaxs
Sort SlJTeaieat Laokiaj Tjwaxi
Ballot oa tiis SabjecL
CfUXD WLA.VD. April 11 ipeciS Tee-
g7S.rn.V-AC I3e noil laraeiy amended meet--
ir.jj ever heid by the Cammercial ciuo,
Grand Island ! s.ht oinad hands with
Ktamev in the effort to secure til
opera iion af ul In'erior Nbraaa u se- .
cuee a vote on the removal of the capita. !
oai lir.a ine s:a:e fid aathanxed tii a
puint.iierit of a gene- al committee of seven
to take ap the wirk ncesa.-y to appoint
a nuuc.'imiciitee ar.ii seieel a member as j
Grand la. and reprrsc-uiat'.va in a Ju-nt j
curainii e i-.-pr-s.-n m a-1 cities. 5eiii- j
mem in Hiii.njj is ilka mat uf tins city
and Cramey. cii ail ing to Laua cna.ic-s 1
ia:er on tii seimiioa of a city tur the
capital and un.tirg effurta to curs a
s-.:s:e at sjcux cityi
Bs Klvtlw. Sm at rmn Ti mm I.
sasata Hlasaett TkrMk
9 IOC I CTTT. Ia.. A,irrl HSpcua
Teiera.i Bn HittiM com in. It ed wui-sii j
enr y tflJ aiornmg by tnu.m( hunanr in
tiia t tr.al. t th hums ef cm siutber.
Ha . a a uf tne iafi John Hittle. on
af the f.rnt seri.ers in Suiux Oty. wno fjr
saaay ywrs ssi aa city treaauror.
iFnra a Cir-"p"ni!eTit-
W A.-H;X'iT' :N. April IK 'oc.a: Tiie-
ram.j P M. M iin .if Omaha, win .a r
:vr if the Cn.rr.-l .-Mates aid office at
- im Alaska, will 6 r cwnmended f ir
cp - untment bv .tt in Burker. arwl
Er-iwn. Mr M l.'i-a has been a very ef
ficient officer and ha the nitiirwmnt of
Oiiviriiir Wa.ier E. Clark. fiJVnor
H-MTirart am! Niljinai Committeeman
J .-hackier-ir-d. M.- II i. lea. who was for-n-,
J eriy state wnator fr im the Omaha dirri-t i
I anil engag-d in the r'H-rr bumr.ees In the
Out '.'!. obta.ned bis grnriit apnntnt-
mer.t t?;r') us-T rcumrrnn.!ai!io 'if
nai.ir J. H. H.!!ar4 anil naror Bnrctt. '
T'pim t.ie rimit of enatir HurHet. tiie
EpartTnpnt .f Arrrultar 'las dVcid.l tn
"nit an en:r.eer ;nt DuJotA ciunty. ?Ce
bra.Hru fir the purpose of a-wiitlrt in a
C!t-1 rc:cf exa-niatlon will be held
Mar 14 for mral earrSem at F3a-e and
Bmrl of officers of ;ne :neiiea
r anninel to meet at Oie f.i
p.ac-s desisnatt'd f.ir c..n.l.ict:n eia.n.na- ,
-n of applicants f r app-un'ment aa rm i
D. Wine, vice president; J. A. Johnson.
eajfiie- The Flrt Xiiunai bank of Shan
non City, with C5.t capital; E. T. Duf
fer, pcuient. Frank Waife. vice president;
St L lUiberta. eauhier.
B. F. Paal waa appnmteil postmaster at
Blairstown. Benton county. 1.x.. vice L.
James A. SftrGilvrey has been aptniinted
rijral carrer for Rouns . ac Albia. Ia.
pointed an ajwistant to the attorney jen- '
erai. succeMting Wide H. Ellis, who re- '
sijrned to entr Ohio poises, ajasumed office I
today He will have cha:-ro of the truHt ;
proeecutons instituted by the Department
1U u ITllilbl Ov.C
Committee Saaied ta Uaderke" Walk 1
&aa Areemea. rractica.j.y
Eachjfd by Tliem.
(From a gtaff Corx-ondentJ
DES MOIXE3. Anril H (?pesal Teie
tnm. A reasonably early adjust incut of
the vai scaia for the low, miners is now
By unanimous vote a morion
i waa parsed by tha joint scale eommiti?'
i of the operators and miners immediacy
to take up the new wage scale quevtinn
ar.d er-ntinutt In seseion from day to day
j until an amicable agreement haa been
j W. H. Riteri of Ottumwm. national board
member of the United SI me Workers of
America, waa elected chairman of the Joint
scale committee. I P. Love of the oper
ators was named as secrarv and Frank
Cameron of tha miners was chosen assist
Without di.woaeion it waa agrd trie
a w scale should date from Apt-1 id. 1911.
anti awuniw in i-jrce uoia 3 prri in. inui.
Instead of from April 1. aa heretofore.
It has been practica-ly aareed by both
sides that the miners shall f-cive an ad
vance of S cents a ton for mined coal and
1.5 per cent increase for a dav'i waije. the
bona of oontentinn now being the revision
af certain sections af tha oid working
agreement and the adjustment of the house
er t J -e-k
31 1 OlCUO, VJ.
j Char !es JjaeS, Wtta Says Ha LlTtd
Eere, Couimita Suicide by As-
phyxiatiaa ia EoteL
' TOLEDO. O. April U 1 .re :-:al Tele-
! gram.) 'I have a broiher. Ben Jones, in'
I Orraha. Xeb. Tell him that Charlie haa 1
I k: k-d off. H w'.l understand. I don t
( know just whereabouts in Omaha ha is,
but he ia there some a- ace.
nwte. written on a small piece of
on-n wrapping paper, waae tne wrier
' was ehewirg g-im, was a.! t;:at was wfi
io expiain the suicide of Charles Jo-.e. ;
years jul. uf Omaha. Jones was fuund
; dead in his rmr at the Brunmg bote!. 1"1
1 Jefrerm avenue. H had commit led sal-
cide by inhajtng saa. Ef jre gning to his
i rwm last nuj-u he pur-hse j Tfteen fjl
of mboer hose. A:ta. hing tnis to the
; cn.nde.ier m the Mnra, he lnaened tne
. other end in his munis a.-.d turned 00 the
Because His Hair is Curly
He Just Can't Save Money
Liarenc naii.nevr ga'e nis wu to an-
. derstand that h c-iu d not save money be-
oa-ie he was. acror-ling to his
-gTxid looking aad had eur'y hair "
Tha ri.mil came ana wintry nuiht when
there wu no c-cai in tha huuse. Mrs.
HitLnjrr t:ia set rated fr-im him and
filed suit for div jrre, whica waa grantod
by JaL'.ge suttua Thurlay.
J idaa t ay faced a B.fbemlan poem aa
j part uf tha testimony in ti-e suit of Jinm
J hlajipar against MiV. KAenar. Tha suit
I is a eoneesu-d one. Mra. ICaspair denying
, cha--es ef unfaithfaineaa ad
crafty ami nunsupport by Kaay.
Ee Says Eeiriotrratic Party Has Lonj !
AdTocated Higa Prices. j
ESTA3LSZIS THZC2T CF XCaXT !
Says JaiLraieat Caa Ja-w Be Taieir
Ajaiast Eepablicaas. j
W. Km Pla at
iat a Ia4taaaalia,
WASHrTi'iTO!'. A jrtl IX The letter of j
William Jennir.jrs Bryan, written from j
BraiiU and read here toniait befjre the
democrats wo ariende.! the JfJersr.a
day ba-iquet here and thoee at a similar ,
f - inction in Indianapa.is the letter wniciJ
canned a commotion amuna tha lottai ban-
', quet commineotnen at its Initial reading,
be-ausa of what some of tnera termed Ha
unorthodox doctrines is hi part aa follaivj:
"But taere ta another item of news which
r has Juat coma to my arrendnn. Prealdent
! Taft in hia L.nroln speech at Xaw York.
' Febr-jary IS. attributes tha present his"h,
prices mainly to the Increase in production;
' of gold and tha consequent aniarcr'nant
! of the Toluma of money. Tha unex
pected, endorsement of ow party's proposi
tion in 1X4. when we demanded mora money
: aa the only remedy for failinr prices ts
; yery gTatlfTing:
: "How valuable that admission would hava
been to us if it had been made lunm the
, canrpaign of that year when the rspun lean
, leaders were denying that the voiume of
: money had any icCuence on prices and as- !
sertlnc that it did not matter whether we I
bad much money or little, provided it waa I
"w ""y cow consider the quantitative
theory of money established beyond dispute
anl proceed to tna conaideraUon of other
i . .i
questions. Eut tha president and his pre
decessor hava admitted the correctness of
tha democratic position on so many ques
tions that further argument is hardly
necessary on any subject. Wa may now
take judgment a-ainst tha republican party
aaajwe-T. at laelsaaaawlta.
IXDIAJfAPOLXS. April 11 Prominent
democrats ftwm many staws were in this
ctry today Sor a eetebrarton of the Birthday
o fmaa rK "," ndr the
' tnHiiMtft I ? 1 1 1 nf t n.
j A meeting ot members of tha National (
Demoeraiie Laaai'a of Clubs, prastded over j
by W. C Ula ef Waaomgton. D. C ta
diiieuaB. tha jsongresalonsa. ainfiBg-Tti waa,
held In tha sexuua cnamber af tna nat
houaw tnia snarninat In many other enn
feruaces tha pollticai prospect waa in
A banquet for which S3S covers were
laid was held tonight. John W. Kara,
; democratic candidate for vies president In :
U1V lost. iMLjwim ticuuii, vwtmn WUUH1UH .TF. j
Tha program ot speecnes rono'V:
- - " ---a -
anon r oremn --y aonn a. La-nra or
Ohio. "Jerferson. the Radical J.-eph W. ;
Folk of Sfceeouri. Progressive Dnsoc-1
WEllam Sulser of New Tori.
Democratie Cpparf-mity;- Governor
Thomas R. Sfarstiall of Indians. "Evolution
uu fr-,iitii tjuu 7iv 1
layette fence ot (.oioraao, ine income
ejj ALLEGED WHITE
re Yerlc Pwllew Ara klsg Ex.
veaaW Stai4i la Krfwe-t ta
Vj TrmXfle Is Ciria.
NEW TOES. April 11 -With the arraign- 8torT aa ho lay suffering pain in the hos
ment of six men In a Brooklyn police eourt 5tlaJ Uter- Campbell had poised a.meif
today and the announcement that warrants , an mei throwing one knew over
wer out for twenty others, tjie Brooklyn ) Jle ather- wh" 118 lo" tua ba-M,:" nd
police declared that one of the bigjrest
raids on dealers In white slaves ever made j Strark Hews aa Ba Fell.
in New Tcrk waa in progj m F,jiuw workmen ran ta tha unfortunate
Eluht rris were in eourt ta testify against j .asa-, rescue on the instant of ma fright
tne prisoners. One of tiiem waa only nine, -.,1 t-imh. and dnurasi h-.m from the oool
1 r-nrs old. the oldest was fifteen. They
t' tory-iat they had been
mi-o 1 a mov-aig picture snow, wners
j candy or other cheap pr-aents were given
, rome house maintained as a resort of thej
. au uimu, aaiaia uism kAsaxza uinv wm T7 aVas.tTU Ul
; white slave band's activities.
j The arrest of the six persons wr hrouirh t !
I lbout by tha Sociery for tha Prevention of '
j Ct-telty ca Children, agena ef which hav.
' been on the trail of tlie band for months, j
EGY IS DROWNED
Lai Was E
sm frwsa CataII Fl a
attessts ts lets
PHOENTXVTLLE. Pa-. April 11 On boy
seeking ta escape from the Catholic
tectorv at Fiatland. near here.
Irowned tn the Srhuyih:!! rrr. near the
inatirar.on yesterday, and two were saTed I
by Brother Michael, a member of the
e:ey of Chrwtian Hrorhers. under wnoee
iharge the institution is cond-actad. Real-
ising the danger of the three runaways,
who had. lumned inta cha rivee tn. e.
Erother Michael. who saw Oie bova. !
plunged inta tha stream and reacued two '
of tnm. but waa too exhausted u bring
tha third to en ore.
. tie poem rormed part or a letter written, i
( 'he piamiiff aaaerts. by Mrs. If aspar to at
' man. Frank Bandhauer. btuliff In Jadgai
Troup s court,
sreicr. and he
aaa rettaieitiuned aa inier
sp nt tne aooa hour de-
"Tu ara the pride of my Joy."
vi MB ""in w una,1 mv VMM ti,i
ma riia ,
cri'wal deptiia of your syea I could drown j
Frank Waaeer. attorney for tha defend-1
ant, Mimed to. the tranaiaxioa on the
ground that It was not Uk tn or-ginal in '
rnynaa. L. J. Piatt fur tna plaintiff aav j
seftad Uiax Mr. Candaaoar sail duaa It m !
i blank versa as any rats I
FVorn tha STlnneapoiis Journal.
10 DEATH 15 KLinC POT
Xoaider Eies AJfter Zijit Days of j
Ajtray front Baraa.
QTX ETdX" CP CAITUniQJ
Fearful burns about the back and head
I sustained - eight days agn, when he sax
i fin IHa in nf a luif nf mnltei IIIMll tn
rirm his back and fell In. brought shout
! the daat& of James I Campbell at Clark-
n Stetnonai hospital Wednesday
Saatnonai hospital Wednesday morn-
m cu,,, wa3 a moulder at tha OmaHa
Smemn, where be recelv-d hia
,L r,. , w. .,mr, r th.
, u ... e..,i .ro
the man became cniiled a. a time when ha
worx far lunch, and. sering
) hitrsaJf on the edge of a huge, metaa re
ceptacle, ha sought to warm himself by tile
vanurs of tha seething; mecsa oeiow him.
Tna proceeding was one which Campbell
j taA OLi,er warmen oad frwuently foi-
, deadly metal and tha Cery objects of his
trail a bad brad contempt in tne workman
for tha dangers that lurked in them. Ao-
cording- to witnesses, and to tha man's
4-"0PPa nftM toremost aacawa.
ai ieat)u u n, jUnd that in the fall his
j neaid a aids of tne pot and tnat
g ,lr-ji ana band ha had caagtlt
( hM pa-tiy out
1 s r , -
Throughout tha eight days, during which
tha victim lingered between life and death
at tha Clarkaon hospital, he exhibited a
' high degre of luncium, aocording to tha
j pnyaicians and hotmMal attendants. This
! man fougit bravely against his ternbie af-
' riction. hoping to the last ta conq'aer it
' and walk farm weil again.
j Mr Campbell lived at So North Twenty-
eighth street. Ee was ST years old. Only
una relative, a marr-ed daughter, who
eallad da-ly at tha hospital to minieter to
1 him, survives trie man. The runerai wu
bake ;aca Friday ittemoon. aunai w u oe
' ' Forest Lawn eemalerr.
Inn Sit Crwases ca Zsth.
i EAiTOH. Pa.. Apr-I 11 ieven men, ail I
: ' . ..1 ..- w .r einstled to !,-: I in tne
j Hlln, quarry of the Naaarmn-Portland Ce- ,
ment company, near Naaareth today. A pre-;
mature exp.oeion tore loose aa tona ui ,
tore liioaa aaai tons
stone, covering lii victims.
You have done
your best when you
use a Bee want ad.
Be want ada ara trsasurea.
Tuy brins buyer aaa seller fact)
TheT find noise tor neopla.
Position far peoplu.
StrvAat for people.
Ttr r!n4 what la luat.
Giv valu ta tilings gxawa alJ
faaiiioned, and vigor to wtLaxver is
If yon can't come down to
tLe office, cail D-zli 223t
aad a cheerful staff will write
ycer aJ. and tiki czr cf it.
Hey, you fellows, one at a time!
is Pardoned by
Saprcae Court Affirm Seateace of
Scj&tor Ckrmackr's Slayer and H
is Hileased aa Zxemtrre Order.
SASHTILLE, Tenn.. April a Governor
PAterson this afternoon pardoned Colonel
runcac 3. Couper. whose sentence of
twenty years in the penitennary far the
murder of United Stales Senator Carmack
was confirmed today by tha state supreme
court. Although, it waa believed by many
that tits chief executive would taibs this
action the pardon coming so soon after
tha action of the court created a sensation.
Tha friends of tha lata Senator Carmack
ar indignant over the action of the
governor and the matter ia being discussed
bv excited groups of men on the, streets.
Tha suprema court today aXErmed tha ver
dict in Che case of the stata against Colonel
! r. 3. Cooper and his son aa to
! Cooper, but reversed the lower court as to
j KjOin Cooper. Both men had been sen-
0J. a, ;owr r,, twenty
years for the murder of Senator
Carmack on November J. IK.
Justice MeAilstar a-'Ti 'tied as to Colonel
Cooper and dissented as to Robin Cooper.
Governor Patterson. In pardoning Colonel
"Being thoroughly familiar with the
reeord. having read all the testimony and
testified tn certain facts within my per
sonal knowledge, it is neither deslrabia
nor necessary tn delay action.
"In my opinion neither of the defendants
ia guilty and they have not had a fair and '
impartial trial, hut were convict?.! con- 1
trary to the law and evidence. The action
af the supreme court in reviewing the Judg- I
ment aa to Robin Cooper leaves the sen
tence of final conviction aa to hia co
defendant. The proof showed that Rabin
Cooper killed tha deceased and that D. B.
Cooper did not fire a snot.
"Without reflection upon tha court, it ia
, Inconceivable to my mind and repugnant to
every principle of Justice that a man should
1 b found guilty of murder who was not in
conspiracy to kill and who, in fact, did
How Big is Omaha?
$25 for those vho hit the mark
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W. Parkins. iu.:l Manderaon
J. O. B'arger. P. o.
F J. T4rt, Loyai
....Mrs. F. J Taart, Loyal
..vu! a. whm. jj;i a. ijii
. ateua Engiisn. 2iu6 N. Jta
MauViem .. Conn. 11"S Pnn
' 1 44. i- t .
i l4.;"oi. Huward W. b irkman.
3-". i SiPi j
, I4.i Jjim K '.acoy. i;i Stanna
i 14 iii V Arnold, a. O.
I J-i.i rf.ie. .Mrs E. H. Maniey. ;ns Hamilton
lin.Jli Henri C. dioat. i. u.
Fill in. cut out and mail to The Bee Cerutis Dept April 11
- is my guess of the number of mhabt-
tantsm Omaha accordsnj io 1910 census.
tiia) lor Vtst atilnaU. Utjjf n: ,'tvt tt til
Is ens of tla fir at aaiww au prs'erw ic jl A war 4 aa cCdal cooaL
HYDE COURT TRIES SEWPLA5
Teairemea Eiaaiiaed ia Prirate to1
Hastes. Selection, of Jury.
IWUII-r8T0 3C3 3TES22D
KAXSA3 CTTT. Mo.. April a In order
tn expedite the selection of the remaining
fwenty-two temporary Jurymen to Cll out
Jiaaate U Ikat All Xraaan
' tSva Trafenrf Pasel Win Re
seats Im Caamalr af ta
the panel of forty-seven in the trial af sjfainst h:m by Steener-on and in the con
Dr. r. C. Hyda attorneys today adopted ; gm-ional investignlion ind tiiat it was an
a new plan of examining veniremen. 1 answer to trteenervm' s irtw cailing the
J Each man was cabled separately into tie j .j,. an organisation of persona that ex
! jury room and lnterrogatL Hereto f re np.te to set big contracts under the pro
the unexamined veniremen have bean per
mitted to hear tha questioning of ail pros
pective jurors. Attorneys beileve tha an
swers temied to influence tha opinions of
One hundred and fifty new veniremen
- .wvnwn .uu s.ii
number of them were present today far
servtee. Prosecutor Virgil Conniing has 1
hopes that it will not ba necessary to ea.1
any more men for examination. 1
"Under tha new plan of interrogation. I ,
beileva wa snail soon 11 out the panel ef j
the temporary Jury." he said. j
It will probably ba twenty-four hours 1
after tha Jury of forty-seven is chosen ba- I
for the final twelve men who will try the
case are agreed upon. There will be no
further examinations in court, but tha at
torneys will make their selections in pri
vate. The srata must first exerds its f.f- j
teen peremptory cha-lengea. From the
list of thirty-two tentative Jurymen
defense will strike oft twenty. Tha
m anting twelve will compose the Jury.
Veslswaaas Baaaals Is Csstsay.
Tna cause of tha Insurgent veniremen in
uiw ciie uumBr Lriaa. wno yeaxeruay
questioned tha constitutional right of Judge
Raipo S. Latshaw to remas-i them to the
custody of tha marshal until a Jury la ob
tained, and were released, was iost today.
The court announced that its reason for
granting them their release last night
was on account of tha small number of
talesmen present and nut because of any
questum as to its legal right to hold them.
(Continued on Second Page.)
Haw easy ia 1310?
cf tha Guewpa;
1415:5 Anna Nelson. Ilia J I. C. B.
15 . Riu Anderson, 417 N.
la? ill Leonard Neiaun. 444 Euroerte
I44.r6 C L, Eaiun, s,.ti3 Sr. 'Aary a
13L."i Liuis I-rexea. o i i o.a
15-.J4 V c. Boua. ;5; is-a
11J Ti Ben M .ner. 3'oi N. U.',,I
Us 5o.. . .Mrs. H. C. M.ner. 1114 SJJ
IZf :.. F. .N. Perenmn, :il Lxhu. C U.
14.1I U. h.. i.'rane. 1 1 U Pars
l"i.--'- Mrs. N Fnger. tii Grant
15$ ail. .. .Howard Sui.ivsu. i 3 1 jt a
IS?34 Aarrsv Haywood. St. Paul
li.l.iae. .J. H. trrvTT No P'a-te
i Declares 5o Xaaey Eas Beea Paid
! far Saip Sibsidy Saliax.
' LZAGUX 13 AT3TAY5 15 EE3T
Secretary Says It Has 3e-er Had
! Faads Safricieat to Pay Debts.
'AXZ2ICA5 FLAS" HAS A2HCLS
tffftotal Pablleatlaa Deelafes r.
Jiretrnas aa ritaee
ar t'aiafarsaedi la Maklil
WA.-HrNuTO.V, AprU H Refer- r..; 1.1
fie a-rand Jury oree-n: merit agt.net ftiin
f ir llbei as a crcio ipera indictment, le-
rianr.g tha: the Merchant Star-ne lenk-je
', of tha Uni-.d Siar. s iaJ nivr spent j
centa in ar.r-ne n Wa hi:--5tvn f ir any pur
; poee. and that :is wrrt was extnordi-
narily clean. J ihn A. Pnt.in of Cleveland.
1 0.. seCTiary of the leHgue. wis fenlay'i
; star w-.taesa at the h;p suiMidy invs:.a-
j He was called sharpiy to account by eoun
I sel f.ir Representative Steenerson win ac
I cused him of tha libel f ir speaking .lisre
! scectfaily of the proceees of the iaw. and
( the remark withdrawn,
j ilr Penton toid the select committee f
I the house of a treat a;axy of public mn
who have made 5?peeches. at the in-tance of
the '.earie. for or to it. the '.1st including
j President Tift, former P-e!lent R.Kieevelt.
! former Vice Pr-sidont Ftirhanki. Speshr
J Cannon, f irmer Governor Hor-irk of 0iio.
I firmer Senator F iraser and a host of oih
i ers. The committee aJluumed until Mon-
ilay. when Pnton and Jihn SL Maxwell.
; former edit ir of the American Flag, tha
i league orytn. will be ready to take tha
! witne-s stand.
Hnser fee Lessee.
Harvev Giuider of Ceveiand. the only
other witness today, tiod of Captain John
' Mitchell and D. E. Hanna. Goulder's inti-
mate friends, contributing WS each to the
' league. Pent, in tuid of the organisation of
I it.. Woo and declared that It had got-
ton now 90 a man engaged in the hlp
building industry had tj enter Washington
- - --- -
neceseitatinif a cail for the police.
t have never endeavored to become ac-
w-1 !!h "r"!!!!!
i purpoee :i mivmiiiu w
j ha said. "Never attempted to go ta their
' houses: never hat! any communication with.
"any ship- building; arm or officers of any
orpaniaation onei-iiing ships, that aoy Jeg-
, iaiatintt tliat mia.it be ij-n-fired by this
1 iegiiflation. Tet I ao nr-s 'know ww I
I should not have dime so. tnirinsf Oi ctm
sideracon of Hie tariff bill In congress,
everybody lntciamnd In anyth.ng from tin
j whli'.e to tmby carnage were in Waah
I ington daily seeking cimceesions.
j Mr. Perrt.m said he wmt tha articla in
I the American F.tLS which fiirires so con-
; spicuounly In tile niie! proceedings brought
posed legielaxlon. Penron aa.d he stood by
Kalfefosa Fatal flemtlas."
The Penton rpiy a published In tha
league's organ December 1. last, gives tn
some of the honor and credit
, nf oup vrK!mnt Dumiiiating naval position;"
, , .,,he uninformed r
malicious snd "g-ulty of deliherat.' and
malicious faisificsTion." ami called htm an
enetry of his country, along with other
Penton Identified !ette-s tha lemnia
wtsOfd to introduce as evidenca. Among
tnesa waa one from Steenersan to E. A.
Fore of Minneapolis, in which the writir
said h had coneieter.tiy opposed ship auo
sidy legisiation and declared that the
league was an organization ef men who
expected to get big contracts; tliat their
patxintism and iove for tha fa waa
i largely, if not wholly, due to appropria-
' nuns involved.
Penton characterised these a-'eifaiions
as "absoiuteiy fa.ar. with not a word of
'.-nth in thm and libelous.""
The witness declared that his identifica-
with the letLg-ie thai year bad ooet
IC.jut through ncgiect of his private
business snd that be had been trying to
get out far that reason, but the league
had aims he wished to see carried out.
His urn-rest waa soieiy that of a painur.c
He t. stifled the lean-in had always been
in debt. 'never had a duilar;" Chat theri
were yt mem ne-s paying TO a yer Jies
and that he had been making an ui-aent
I eff jrt to sur funds for tiia '.eBjtu. He
i sa.d tliat ttime of tha officers of tne
' iesg-ie. concerning whom he u iiues
j tioned. had ever been lntr?it:d in si ;?
! builii.na- or otean tr-imipor-ation.
i Detroit Traction
i Men May Strike
Caadactjrs aad Xotormea Demand a
Flat "v7ae Scale cf Tairtj
Ccati aa Ha or.
LclTl.ilT. Mich.. April ri-Pr-ideni
Jer C Hj'cn.na of the Detroit United
Rail ay company -. President W. D. Mi
hon of the International .Streat 'ta-ly
M-n's aiwHMilation, and May-ir Phu Bre t
meyr heid a conference today ria-:va ta
the mreatened aa.k.jot -if eunda-tart and
muturniFn on Hie L-tr u ciiy lines. If
th rail vay eorapany n-fuaes to grar-L t.ie
demunda of the men f ir a flat w-tgt ara.
of V cents an hour it h thought the aim
oer will b brought bef jh tne internet. unai
executiv committee if the union, wh.cn
meets here Frioa.
PHlLAr.'t.tJ'HIA. Auril a-oen,mn
Watctiu, a tn.iiey c imiui-tor. is m a cn'.cal
eontiliKm in a boeviial as tne resuit of injur-
aa siiffereii lea ma ear.aas i;.
31 lord laat nic-it ,n liiu 001 Jli a.Uh cv:..aa
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