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THE BFX: OMATTA. SATTRPAV. MAY 7. 1010.
"UK.'" LXl'ibhi AOl FlLtl)
Lincoln Antii Liable for Prosecution
About Campaign Expense!.
BUT NO COMPLAINT IS MADE
"Wcta" l'mnlllr Lint Statement of
Outlay, hot Mhm I m ported
Speakers tint loe t
l!ear In Report.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 6 (Special.) "The mat
ter has not yet hern brought to the atten
tion of thin offlre aitd no one ha offered
to file any complaint. " said Deputy County
Attorney Strode, discussing the fact that
the "committee of fifty" which had charge
of the prohibition capiagn In. Lincoln hud
y failed to Me with the county clerk a state
ment pfectlon expense.
The report was given to the public ome
time airo. but for dome reason It has not
eujleen Plced on file with the county
The report of the committee having in
charge the wet campaign was filed im the
last day upon which such report could be
legally filed. That report conitalneed no
mention of any money having been paid
to the Imported speakers. Senator Tow-ne.
narence Imrrow and Iavld Jlosee. Those
who had charge. of the edry campaign pub--iiJpdj
that these men had been sent here
by a national association wlch had con
tracted with' them to apeak in several
states. The wet managers sniply said they
had written east for help and these speak
ers had been sent heree.
The weet committee paid local hoteel ex
pensese for speakecrs listed at f3, but In
that item tha names of no speakers were
Mnrols) Papers Ciet Share.
One Item which appeared In the wet re
port, which has .not been given publicity,
was the prntln bill. Of the fT7..H spent
for this purpoSB the State Journal was
paid $S3.50 ond the Lincoln Star, H79.60. The
remainder of the amount wns distributed
' among the Job printing establishments of
the city. The large Items in tho list In
cluded 9421.75 paid to Attorney Trttls and
t'spain Murfln; stenographers andvofflce
help, $4W; stationary, $293; automobiles and
carriages, fl.R05.50; labor, Including helpers
In registration work, ll.M!.S5. This amount
was divided among n large number .each
receiving from $2 to J10 and Vt. Rent of
the auditorium amounted to J2;'i0. The total
amount spent by the wet committee was
V.t87. This amount Is about twice its much
as was spent by the dry committee.
Several of the wet managers an insist
ing; that the dry report be filed In the
office of the county clerk, where the public
may have an opportunity to Inspect it, in
tead of taking the report as given to the
The war of letters between Secretary
Whltten of the Lincoln Commercial club
and S. Bullard, head Janitor of the state
Vouse, came to an end today with a letter
f apology from Whltten to Bullard. To a
I few statements In the apology Mr. Bullard
' takes exception, but he considers his time
too Valuable to spend any more of it writ
tng letters. For Instance Mr, Bullard In
Jlsts Instead of "co-operating" JWlth Lin
oln M making the city beautiful, the
Wvn tinder hts charge haa been the only
eally beautiful show pla'ce In the city for
fears and that letter of complaint sent the
srovernor by Whltten aerved'only to hurt
Jhe feelings of the old 'soldier, and had ho
t ther effect. Whltten'a letter of apology
LINCOLN, May 6.-Mr. 8. Bullard, Head
Tanltor , State House, Lincoln, Neb. "My
lear Mr. Bullard It Is with the greatest
f pleasure that I acknowledge receipt of
Vour courteous letter of the 6th Instant,
and hasten to commend you and your able
assistants on the alarcity wrtth which you
Hcre's a suggestion for
your foot comfort this Sum
. mer a cool, cozy, three
eyelet sailor tie, high arch
and high toe, in Summer
weight Russia Calf. Has
flexible welt, wide heel
rest, and positively fits
without slipping. You can
get some idea of the smart
style of this model from
the picture above but
drop into the store and try
it on to know just bow
comfortable it is.
Plenty more Crosett
models if one doesn't
quite suit your taste,
there's another that will.
$4 to $6 cTerywher. .
Lewis A. Crossatt, Inc, Maker,
Nrtfc AkiattM. Mass.
tmi uuini arong
J wat wmuw cuftxs
i AM Kactal Ptaeaaea cur,i without
J urg'ral operation and OrjuntHt to last
w' tuiAMimt. No chloroform. athr or oti.tr
rV-"- ral anaesthetic used. Eiamla.toia
-, . WrIU ! rraa Saok.
V DR. R. TARRY
f HI UJBSj, OKAXla,
J jj Nebraska 1
resj.nud to the i iikk nin tni un- lun
blsh pile be removed from the beautiful
state capitol grounds.
"No one has more profound respect for
the old soldier than myself. because my
father and my wife's father both served
in the civil war.
"It Is particularly phasing to note your
desire to co-operate with us In our efforts
to Improve the civic conditions of Lincoln.
"With all best wishes and again compll
menllrg you on the excellent condition of
the state capitol grounds, I am. yours very
truly. "WALTER WlllTTKN.
"."ecr-tary Commercial Club."
Mr. Whltten did not say when he would
act on the suggestion of Mi. Milliard and
have the city Install the electric lights
in the streets around the capitol and
neither did he offer to assist In preventing
a distribution of empt whisky and beer
bottles on the state house grounds. tt-veral
pet sons, however, began work cleaning the
auditorium today, attention to which was
called by Mr. Bullard.
Bark ot Iteealrltrant.
Senator Buck and Senator Volpp both
called on Mr. Bryan today and discussed
the extra session and both went away still
opposed to the Bryan program.
"I am still oposed to railing the extra
session," said Senator Buck. "I opposed
the Initiative and referendum last winter.
That bill came Into the legislature har
nessed up with county option, women suf
frage and other such measures and so 1
voted against It."
When asked If he would bep resent at
the Bryan meeting in Nebraska City, Mr.
"If there is a meeting held. I have an
Idea I will be there, but 1 do not believe
Mr. Bryan will hold a meeting In Ne
braska City. Of course, he can hold the
meotlng If he desires, but I believe that
I will be able to convince him that It
will not be necessary and that It will do
You may publish that I am opposed to
calling the legislature together at this time
because the constitution provides that extra
session may be held whe ntliere is a great
emergency. There Is no great emergency
existing now." That was the statement
of Senator Volpp, and he made It after see
ing the presidential candidate and follow
ing an interview with the office force of
the governor. Senator Buck also called at
the executive office before going to the
Commoner office, but the governor had left
Mr. Bryan was called on by K. O. Gar
rett, former democratic nominee for lieu
tenant governer, who made a statement
for the Information of the democratic party
favoring the extra session.
Falls to fall on Kxecutlve.
Senator Frank Ransom of Omaha was
here today with General Manager Bucking
ham of the South Omaha stock yards to see
the Railway commlslson about, a date for
the hearing of the application for permis
sion to Increase tho rates charged at these
The senator did not call on Governor
Shallenberger. The senator would not dis
cuss for publication the announcement of
Mr. Bryan that he Intended to go to Omaha
and discuss the need of an extra session for
the submission of the Initiative and refer
endum. In fact the senator appeared sur
prised when the matter was mentioned
to him and the Impression was left here
that Omaha democrats are not contem
plating any such meeting.
Governor Speaks at Oag,
Governor Shallenberger left this morning
for Ong, where he will deliver an address
tonight on "Education." The governor has
several more . engagements to speak be
tween now and the primary.
Johnson Asks for Kiting Blanks.
Walter Johnson of South Omaha has
written to Secretary of State Junkln ask
ing for Information regarding the filing
for office. Mr. Johnson asked for blanks
covering the filing of candidates' for state
CRIMINAL TRIALS IV PHEI.FS
Hoddendorf Caae and Burnett Case
Will Tome l p This Term.
HOLDREGK. Neb.. May 6. (Special.)
Judge Dungan of Hastings will hold the
regular criminal term of the district court
In thla city, beginning the twenty-third of
this month. On account of the removal
and dismantling of the court house, the
sessions will, In all probability, be held
In the armory. The most Important case
of the term will be the State against Hed
dendorf, who is charged with the murder
of William Dillon In Harlan county over
a year ago. George Critter was supposed
to have been Implicated with Heddendorf,
but the causa agalnflt him was dlmnlHsed
nma tlm. irn Th. I i,lHr.rtorf nn 1.
here on a change of venue from Harlan
county ana tnt aeienaanc is now in jail
at Red Cloud pending trial here.
A case that has attracted considerable
attention over the Hate, that of the State
against Lafe Burnett, an attorney at Lin
coln will also be tried, this term. It having
been ordered to this county for a rehear
ing. At the last criminal term here, the
charge, adultry, against the Lincoln man
was heard, the verdict resulting for the
plaintiff. Burnett's attorneys, however, ap
pealed the case, and In an opinion handed
down some time ago the state supreme
court decided the cause should be reined.
About a year ago Burnett was accosted
by the local police in a room at the Hamp
ton hotel here, where he was having a
consultation with a' client, a Mrs. Wilson
from El wood. After an Investigation, how
ever, a formal charge of adultery was
lodged againxt the Lincoln lawyer and his
arrest ami subsequent trial followed.
Cases against Fred kiles fur selling li
quor without a llcensu ami Carl Vellne
for disposing of mortgaged property which
were to have come up at this term have
lately be n dismissed, they having paid
their rtnes and cofts and have been re
leased. TR ADR KXtlRSIONS
A I' TO
Kearney Hmlnrit Men Plan Trip of
Two Hundred Mile.
KEARNEY. Neb.. May 8. (Special.) At
a luncheon and Joint business meeting of
the publicity and trade extension commit
tees of the Kearney Commere'al club, held
at the club rooms on Thursday, plans were
perfected for a 290-mile trade excursion by
automobile train early In June. About
forty Kearney automobiles will make the
trip, carrying about 100 business men, a
brass hand, a male ousrlet nletitv t.t bun
nets souvenirs advertising man,- I ...rru ...r iuiu.i,Wn un r-neio.
nets, souenirs. aaveuisint, inattei and . ,.UMly people. The Commercial club will
other matter to delight the tourists and extend the r thanks to the Burlington ren-
thelr friends, and several machinists to ' resentatlvea for the modern, new, coinmod-
look after thaca'- Two dsya will be con- I ''TI',0.1' .'il, h r,h5h?",,mpany V" ""n
i erect here, and for which plana have a -sumed
In making the trip, and It Is planned! readv been approved. A mass meeting of
to visit sixteen towns. V. 11. Roe, W. F. I i itlieiis will be held in the opera house
Bailey and Ed Finch have been named as a 'lml 'enlng and addresses will be given
... , .... by the guests and prominent local men
committee to organize the matter. Ed i Af,er the meeting Ihe Commercial club
r lncn, accompanied oy ii otner members
of the club, will leave In a few days by
automobile to select the route, make up a
schedule for running time and to make all
road arrangement for the trip.
We req'.ilre the services of competent
saleswomen in Uce. embroidery, ribbons
and hosiery departments. Apply supetin
undsni. UR.IM'KU tfTOKEM.
Bat WaJit Ada will boost your busineia.
Beatrice Man j
It. L. Bowen, a Carpenter, Places j
Muzzle of Gun Against Head and ,
Pulls Trigger with Toe.
BKATRICK. Neb., May 6 (Special Tele
gram.) It. L. Bowen, a carpenter, com
mitted suicide this morning at his home In
the east part of the city by shooting him
self In the head with a shotgun. He j
placed the muszle against his temple and
pulled the trigger with his toe. Despon
dency Is alleged as the cause for the ac'..
He was 50 years of age and leaves a widow.
Nebraska News olea.
NKLIGM Eli Ludwlrk of near Elgin,
homesteader and Itinerant preacher, was
adjudged insane yesterday and will be
taken to Norfolk hospital.
BEATRICE During the month of April
collections In the countv treasurer s office
amounted to S7U.307.O1. of this amount 179,
4SS.R2 represents lo taxes.
BEATRICE The rainfall of yesterday
and last night Is estimated at about two
inches. The ground received a thorough
soaking and crops will tm greatly bene
fited as a result.
BEATRICE A. M. Lavalle and F. H.
Hobbs opened their saloon In this city yes
terday, making three saloons In operation
here. Byron Bradt and Winfleld Dolen will
open their places Saturday,
KEARNEY The Nebraska Railway
commission has given the Bell Telephone
company permission to lower its rates in
Kearney 'M to 90 per cent to meet competi
tion from the Independent company.
KEARNEY Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Keens
returned Thursday from a four months'
trip In southern France and Italv. Their
return marks Mr. Keens' third trip around
the world and twenty-second trip across
CENTRAL CITT-A call has been ex
tended to Rev. C. G. Williams of Denver
to accept the pastorate of the local Pres
byterian church, made vacant bv the re
moval of Rev. c. R. Bovard to Waukesha.
Is. Rev. Mr. Williams occupied the pul
pit here two weeks ago.
YORK The corner stone of the new
state Odd Fellows home will be laid on
July 4. Every arrangement will be made to
ninlte this one of the greatest days In the
history of Odd Fellowship In Nebraska.
The implements that wilt be contracted
for this year will amount to nearly !K.000.
HOLDREGK The long, dry period has
been broken and llaht showers which have
continued Irregularly since yesterday morn
ing nave given a total precipitation, so far.
of a little more than half an Inch. The
rein was general In this section of the
state and was of Inestimable vae to the
Ft 'LLERTON At a meeting of the new
Board of Education last Mondav night
the salary of eaeh of the grade teachers
w-as raised $5. The board still has the fol
lowing vacancies: Principal of the high
school, science teacher In the high school
and one other position In the high school.
The eighth grade Is also vacant.
REWARD The School Board held Its
regular monthly meeting Monday night and
organized for tho ensuing year. J. F.
Geesen was elected president, W. M. Ras
barough vice president and J. M. Colder,
secretary. Miss Butterfleld of Vork was
elected as instructor In music, Miss Sho
walter of Lincoln was elected to teach the
Second grade, and Miss Pruitt of Lincoln
was elected to teach in the Fourth grade.
SEWARD The Modern Woodmen of the
Fourth congressional district are making
great preparations for their celebration to
be held in Seward May 23. Woodmen
throughout the district are hustling for
candidates and a large class will be
adoptfd on the evening of the 23d, and Head
Consul Talbot and other high officials
will be here. It is expected that at least
1.500 Woodmen will be here to take part In
EDGAR The months of March and April
were extremely dry, though April proved
an excellent month for plawing and getting
In oats and corn. About all sou-tnir a nri
planting are done and crops- are looking re
markably promising. Good rains have faUen
during this week and up to this morning
the precipitation amotinted to three inches.
About one-third of the winter wheat Is
killed and plowed up and sowed to oats.
The balance of the wheat Is progressing
WYNOT-Wynot lodge, No. 3.VI Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows, was duly Insti
tuted by Grand Secretary I. P. Gage of
Fremont, Neb., acting in place of the grand
master. The lodge starts out with ten
charter members and seventeen new mem
bers by Initiation. Delegations were present
from Hartlng'on, Ponca. Newcastle and
Tllden, Neb. At 12:30 o'clock an elaborate
banquet was served by the women. The
tables were decorated with the three links
and color decorations of the order.
SEWARD The new council and city of
ficers elected this spring met on Monday
and granted licenses to Henry Henmann,
Herman Graben and Hastings & George to
conduct saloons, and also granted pool hall
licenses to I. H. Feary. Richard Hart wig)
and Jake Hazleton. A resolution was also
adopted limiting pool halls to three In the
city. On Tuesday evening the newly elected
officers met In regular session and organ
ized for the ensuing year. Samuel Pence
was elected president of the council.
CENTRAL CITY Another automobile ac
cident, which might easily have resulted
as seriously as the fatal uccident last week.
occurred on inn college section road about
I a mile and a half from town last evening,
1 when arv a-itoinoblle driven hv .Tim Knillll
I Hordvlllecoipleteiy ' d'uht.
buggy and woundlnz the horse Kit ba.llif
that It died In a few minutes. The driver,
the doctor and his son were all pitched
out of the machine by the force of the
collision, and Mr. Blaze was hurled from
hi buggy. None of them was seriously
SKWARP II. D. Lamlls waa called to
Sheridan, Wyo., on .Saturday by a tele
gram announi'lng that Mrs. tleorge H.
Carmon. a former resident of this county,
now residing at Sheridan, had on Friday
shot and killed a man named McCoy in
that city. No particulars of the fatal
shooting have been received, hut the tele
gram said that from what farts had been
gathered the shooting was accidental.
Alts. Carmon formerly resided near Beaver
Crossing end was divorced from her hus
band some time last summer and went to
Sheridan, where she conducted a rooming
HOr.imKGK Pr. George Wilson died
early yesterday morning at Curtis of grad
ual decline, due to old age, being the caue
or his cieutli. Jr. Wilson was nearly 60
eors om. lie was one of the oldest prac
ticing physicians in the state and was well
known In the Nebraska Medical society.
where he was considered one of the most
original: members that that organization
ever had. The deceased came to this state
iruiii ixiiKvine. mu., aoout twenty vears
ve; air., B.iH Irivntnrt at ttar.ro, ..1 I,. ,kl.
I Ten years later he moved to Curtis where
he has shire lived. He leaves surviving
him, a widow and five children. tr hnv
n three daughters. Ills eldest son. Wil
lis, Is a physician at Curtis and for a num
ber of years has practiced with his father
In that town. Funeral arrangements have
not yet been completed.
HOI,lRKC,F.-The Iloldrege Commercial
club has pent Invitations to the members of
the State Hallway commission. Including
the secretary, Clark Perkins to be present
at a function to be given by them In the
evening of May 30 in this city. Invitations
have also been Issued to various Burling
ton officials. General Manager G. W. Hldr
rege. Solicitor Kelby. Vice 'resident bvram.
Attorney Kilworth and Superintendent Ko
lor of the McCook division. They will share
with the commission the privilege of be
ing the guests of honor of the occasion
which is Intended to promote the best of
i M . . . v. r . . i . , .... .
will entertain the visitors
it a smoker In
the club rooms.
O. J. Jonason.
ST. r.XL'L. Neb., May (Special.) O.
J. Johnxon died at his home In this oily
early this morning at the advanced age of
SI years from the effect.' of a stroke of
paralla. Peceased arrived In St. J'aul
from Sweden thirty ears ago and was one
of the leading curpentera and contractors
of this city. Ht leaves a wodow and two
Our Windows Are VVorl It Consultlny.
THK HOME OF Ql'AUTV CLOT UK 3
No Other Spring Suits
in the Same Class
At whatever price you elect to pay, we
will sell you a suit positively unmatchablc
in quality, style and general excellence.
In fact so superior are they
h J 'fk WJ
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CROSS FIRE FOR BALLlEER
Attorney Brandeis Begins Examina
tion of the Secretary.
CLASHES ENLIVEN THE SESSION
Attempt to Show that President's
Letter Exonerating Wltneaa Was
Freuared n the Interior
WASHINGTON, May 6.-The cross-examination
of Secretary Ballinger by Attor
ney Brandeis of counsel for the "prosecu
tion" before the Balllnger-Plnchot Investi
gating committee today afforded the com
mittee and the room full of spectators one
sensation after another.
Tha secretary and the attorney fenced
back and forth, mimicking each other In
tone and gesture.
Balllnger repeatedly appealed to the com
mittee for protection from the "Insolence"
of his tormentor, the latter apparently de
lighting In the growing anger of the wit
ness. The majority of the committee took the
part of the witness.
The examination today had reference
principally to the preparation by the presi
dent of his letter of September 13, which
exonerated the secretary of the charges
of Special Agent L. It. Glavts and directed
the dismissal of the latter.
Mr. Brandeis through his questions
brought out that although the president
did not receive the answers of Mr. Bal
linger and his associates, his letter was
Issued Just one week later, following a
busy week at Beverly, filled with golf,
speeches and preparations for his approach
ing transcontinental trip. His evident ef
fort was to show that the president did not
himself, prepare the letter. Ho also tried
to show by alleged Inaccuracies in the
letter that It was based upon misinforma
tion from the Interior departnunt.
Letters from Garfield.
Mr. Ballinger read a number of letters
exchanged between himself and Jnmes U.
Garfield and Henry M. Copp, a Washing
ton lawyer, subsequent to the ;ast national
election In reference to prominence which
had been given his name in connection with
the portfolio of secretary of the Interior.
In his letter to Garfield, he referred to the
lasting friendship and confidence he had for
Mr. Garfield, and that he hoped he would
be continued as the head of the Interior
department. Garfield's reply was equally
friendly in tone and began:
"My Uear IJick:"
Mr. Copp'a letter asked for a private In
terview In Washington in which he wished
to explain "the cruel influence which the
Northern Pariflc railroad has In the secre
tary's office at present." He (wrote that
"the Influence of the Pacific roads has
been notorious even under democratic ad
Clash Over Trln to Beverly.
Mr. Brandeis then took the witness In
hand. He had proceeded only a short time
in his cross-examination when another
sharp clash occurred. The lawjer had
asked the witness why he had gone to
Beverly to see the preslden-. a.'ter he had
prepared In writing all of the Information
In the possession of his department, bear
ing on the Cunningham cases.
Mr. Balllnger said he went to Beverly
because he had been invited by letter,
whereupon Mr. Branded asked him to point
out the paragraph In tha litter containing
Mr. Balllnger read a paragraph.
"Poea that contain any invitation to come
to Beverly?" demanded Mr. Brandeis.
"Strictly speuklng. no."
"Then why did you g' to Beverly?"
"Because I wanted to."
Mr. L'enby (republican) broka In Impa
tiently; "I tli ink this Una of cross-exam-
that our offer to refund the
purchase price on demand has
never been taken advantage of.
Our guarante to save you $3.00
to $10.00 is an honest business
proposition. Although feebly
imitated, this money saving
proposal is just as effective to
day as the day we inaugurated
it, some 18 months ago.
If you would have
Suit possible for your
loek at ours for
$10, $12, $15, $18,
Do you figure on paying SIS
or $20 for a suit? Then pay US
Fifteen dollars Invested in one of our hand tail
ored suits will go Just as far in style, quality andflt
in this store as the greater amounts already mentioned
will go in some other stores. Besides, It will give you
a range of selection, irrespective of your size, build or
tastes, that Is equal to that of a couple or ordinary
Clothes Stores. You couldn't possibly miss it by buy
Young fellows certainly ap
preciate our Spring Suit Styles.
Ination Is extraneous." he said, "and I ob
ject to Mr. Brandel further wasting the
committee's time with Irrelevant ques
tions." Messrs. Jamas and Graham took sharp
issue with Mr. Denby and a long argument
followed. Mr. Brandeis retorted that Ver
trees had closely questioned Mr. Olavis
when he was on the stand, "four whole
days being taken up with his cross-examination,"
M'KAY-BROWIV CASK PROCEEDS
Motion to Quash Indictment on
Technicality la Denied.
NEL1GH, Neb., May 6. (Special.) Dis
trict court reconvened this morning, after
being brought to a sensational adjourn
ment Tuesday at the opening of the McKay-Brown
murder, case, when Senator
Allen moved to quash for the reason that
the crime was alleged In the Information to
have been committed December 7. "1310."
Arguments were had on the part of the
state and defense after the Jury had been
retired, Allen moving a plea in bar and
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$26 and this coupon
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abatement, both as to state and national
constitutional grounds. He also moved the
court to remove M. F. Harrington as as
sistant prosecutor for the reason that he
had not been appointed by the court to
defend, nor was he assistant county at
torney of Antelope county, Nebraska, all
of which was overruled, and the case is
being tried to the original Jury.
JUDGE HANNA "GRANTS .
' CONTINUANCE TO M'INTYRE
Pleat of I nurrpareilness Accepted hy
Court and Case Allowed to
M l.'LLEN, Neb., May 6.-Dlstrlet Judge
Hanim this evening' granted a continuance
until June 14 of the case of II. G. Mc
Intyre, charged with the murder of O. F.
Hamilton. The continuance was granted
at the request of counsel for the defendant,
the attorneys, who were appointed by the
court, pleading unpreparedne&s. Hamil
ton, It has been alleged, was murdered be
rpHE quality of the new Rambler ia '
a such that it adapts itself most per
fectly to surroundings of equal refine
ment. It is chiefly by contrast with
other similar products that emphasis
is given to that indefinable something
which gives to this car its distinctive
i th r.
Mich features as the offset rrank-shaft, straight
line drive, Rambler Sparc Wheel, engine acces
sibility and the new expanding clutch assure
an efficiency in service quite in keeping with
the quality to be found throughout its make-up.
Humbler Automobiles, 1 1,800 to (2,500
Coit Automobile Company
2209 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
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cause of his activity In unearthing land
fraud cases in llcoker and Cherry counties.
Mclntyre was returned to the Jail at Grand
BLAIR BOY STEALING RIDE
SLIPS AND LOSES FOOT
Jesse niselnn- Falls I'nder I'nlnn
Pacific Train nt Sidney and
SIDNEY. Neb.. May 6. (Special Tele
gram.) Jesse Blgelow, nged 18. son of T.
S. Blgelow of Blair, Neb., while trying to
toard a moving freight train in the I'nlnit
Pacific yards slipped and fell from the'
cars and mangled his left foot so badly that
It neclFSltated amputation above the ankle.
Dr. Slmon, the county physician, assisted
by Dr. Graham performed the operation.
The young man was trying to steal a rid i
with another fellow when the accident to: k
place. BigvMow's people were communicate!
with and a message wus received tonlsht
from his mother saying she would bo heia
In tho morning.
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