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Tranquillity Follow! Lynching of the
"Dry" DetectiTe Yeiterday.
Head of Anti-Saloon Detectives Sara
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NEWARK, O.. July s.-after eighteen
hours of turmoil following tha raid on al
leged "speak eaales" yesterday, which re
sulted In tha shooting to daath of William
Howard and tha lynching of Detective Carl
Ethrlngton, who conferred to firing the
hot that ended Howard's life, Newark Is
quiet today.
All morning a crowd of several hundred
persons surrounded the morgue, where the
bodies of Howard and Ethrlngton are held,
awaiting word from relatives. The tele
phone pole, from which the dateotlva was
hanged. Is guarded from tha ravages of
reilo hunters, but before the city offlolals
encased It In sheet Iron, tha pole had bean
hacked half through by those who sought
mementoes of the night's work.
Adjutant General Waybrecht, Colonel
Byron Bargar of the Fourth regiment, Ohio
National guard, and Lieutenant Benjamin
Chamberlain of Troop B, who came to
Newark to make an investigation of the
affair, today returned to Columbus. No
further trouble Is anticipated.
The next grand Jury will Investigate the
Threats r Detectives.
Announcement was made here today by
Ed Hale, who headed the detective force
of the Antl-Waloon league yesterday at
Newark In raiding the "soft drink" saloons
here, that he ia gathering an armed force
of fifty deteotjves here and has secured
warrants whloh he Intends to serve on
Mayor Atherton and Sheriff Links of
Newark thle afternoon for not upholding
the laws of Ohio and for aiding the
, lynchers, and also on several proprietors
of "speak easles" for violating the local
option law of the state In serving beer In
a "dry" torrltory. The detective says he
will take his men to Newark by train and
mount horses In tha suburbs and ride into
town with the warrants and serve them If
he has to shoot
Secretary Long today received sNelegram
. from auvernor Harmon, who Is at his sum
mer home at Charlevoix, Mich., stating that
he will leave for Columbus at enoe and
, take charge of the situation at Newark.
The governor ia expected some time to
Story of Lynch Inc.
Carl Etherlngton, ri yeara old, em
ployed Thursday night by the State
Antl-9aloon league as a blind tiger
'lalder, was lynched here at 10:35 last
night following a day of almost continu
ous rioting. The heavy doors of he Lick
ing 'county Jail were battered Sown and
Etherlngton was dragged from his cell.
He was shot, kicked and bruised before
the street was reached and the finish fol
low ed quickly.
I'earlng that the whim of the mob might
take a new' turn at any moment the police
at midnight released Uie six "dry: detec
tives. They were turned loose, upon their
own resources, and quickly disappeared.
City and county authorities this morning
avoided the question as to whether or not
the mob leaders would be prosecuted. Tho
sheriff defends his stand on th ground
that while the mob was attempting t an
entrance to' the Jail he was busy telephon
ing to Columbus.
Kthorliigton early in the evening ' con
loused he killed. William Howard, proprie
tor of the "Lent Chance" restaurant and
former chief of police, in a raid of alleged
"ep&iik uasies," this afternoon, and, nar
rowly escaped lynching at that time.
When news from the hospital Uiat How
ard had died passed over the city at
o'clock tonight the fury of tha mob took
definite form. Larue battering rams were
directed upon the doors of the Licking
county Jail and the deputies were power
less. The doors tell after nearly an hour's
Crying plteously, Etherlngton, a curly
headed Kentucklan, who had been serving
us a strike breaker since he was released
from marina service three months ago, was
dragged forth.
"I didn't mean to do it," he walled. His
cries fell upon deaf ears.
fearing that the mob spirit would not be
katlb-fltd by one victim, Hheriff Links I mi
mediately asked Adjutant Oenerai Wey-
brecht for troops to protect. six other
"dry" raiders held at the city prison In
another section of' the town. A hurried
guard was thrown out In their defense,
The mob, after the first taste-of blood,
seemed to quiet, but it Is feared that they
will storm the city prison before the night
Is finished.
Ktherlaaton Breaks Dunn. '
Etherlngton' last . momenta, while be
heard the mob battering down the doors,
were spent In praying and writing a note
to his ' parents, farmers residing near
Williamsburg, Ky.
"What will mother say when aha hears
of thiuT" he kept moaning to the Jailer.
While the mob waa battering down the
doors, Ktnertng:on was In bis cell. In an
attempt to commit suicide he smothered
bis head in bis coat and set fire to It, He
was caught in time.
In the melee oa the mob waa leaving tha
Jail eight prisoners, held for petty offenses,
escapes. ' una reiunea 10 leave.
As Etherlngton mounted the block ready
for the swing be waa asked to make a
"I want to warn all young fallows not
to try to make a living the way I have
done by strike-breaking and taking Jobs
like this," he declared. "I had better have
worked, and I wouldn't be here now."
The swing of the rope cut him short He
hung there for an hour, while the crowd
quietly left After the first excitement
there was no disorder. .At the finish there
were hundreds of women and little chil
dren in the crowd, all eager to accomplish
his death. No member of the mob was
masked, and no attempt was made to con
ceal their identity. The leaders were per
sonal friends of the dead man.'
' Howard IMU Sot Kr.Lt,
Howard, it Is charged, did not resist ths
ostectlves when they entered hia place oa
the outskirts of tho city. He, It is said.
however, put his arms about Etherlngton
as if U hold him, whereupon the officer
fired a bullet into his head.
jjtrlkmg Baltimore Ohio railway em-
ploea declare Etherlngton recently came to
Newark as a siriKeDreaaer, ana the 111
feeling growing out of the strike has In
U-nslfied that due to the raids today. To
night a strikebreaker was pursued through
the streets for several squares. He saved
h1ms'.f by Jumping through the window of
a laundry.
Although the mob about the Jail tonight
la menacing, no effort has been made to
call out troops.
The .detectives who made the ralda ar
rived this morning, with search and eels-
ure warrants secured from tha mayor of
Granville, a nearby village. One of the
first saloons via I ted was that of Louts
Bolton, where a bartender, Edward XI o-
Kanna. wan hit over the head' with brass
knuckles. The detective who hit hire was
ky a erowd of people, and he was
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Lo, the poor Indian, functioned In a new
role yesterday afternoon at the Burlington
station. He was playing on a bassoon, a
tuba or a aaxaphone, perchance a cornet
or trombone. Forty of him In glistening
war paint, war bonnet and other accoutre
ments dispensed really sweet music and
wild raucous yells.
"They aren's roal Indians, are they?" In
quired ono little girl.
"They are Indians; good Indians." was
the answer, "but not real redmen.
Instead of the hoarse exhaust of a loco
motive or Its shrill screech of whistle the
Burlington station heard new and more
sofe falling sounds. The Colorado Springs
lodge, Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, was stopping off for a. few minutes
on Its way to Detroit. If the train had
not been late these western warriors would
have marched up town. As It was. they
made things merry beneath the shadows
of the Tenth street viaduct.
The lodge band Is noteworthy for two
things artistic costuming and real ability
to play various musical Instruments. Its
music Is far better than many a profes
sional outfit and in rigging themselves up
as Indians the Colorado Springs Elks have Williams, Central City; John Muehlhausen,
rescued by the police with difficulty, The
officers with their prisoner'! were followed
Wy the mob to the Jail. '
Licking county, of which Newark Is the
county seat. In dry under the Itote local
option law, but anti-saloon league official
declare the law is not enforced. 'Wayne B.
Whef.ler, state superintendent of the league,
in an interview at Columbus tonight, de
clared today's situation was brought
about by alleged negligence on the part of
Mayor Atherton In not upholding the law.
COLUMBUS, O., July . Adjutant Gen
eral Charles Weybrecht telephoned his of
fices from Newark today, saying that
everything was quiet and that the troops
would not be needed. -
Georgo S. Long, secretary to the gov
ernor, talked to the Licking county clerk
of courts at Newark and was assured by
him that all danger of further trouble there
waa over. Mr. Long said an investigation
of the lynching at Newark would be made.
CLEVELAND, O., July 9. Charles
Etherlngton, who was lynched at Newark
tonight, and hia eight companions, who are
still In custody, were hired In Cleveland
In behalf of v the Anti-Saloon league. For
several days ast an advertisement has ap
peared In the local papers calling for men
for special detective work. The advertise
ment was Inserted by a detective agency
organized by Harry Bradbury, a former
city official, and for which former Stale
Representative Fierce Metxger Is attorney.
Mr. Metzger refused tonight to comment
upon the riots, claiming he was merely
called by the agenoy to act as its legal
representative. It was stated at the office
of the agency that the order for the men
was received from the' Columbus head
quarters of the Ohio Anti-Saloon league.
spared no pains nor expense. Some of their
apparel was bought from the noble rod man
himself. C. B. Horn, the drum major, wore
a war bonnet which stood him 1100 and he
had a hand-made silver belt carved and
wrought by some crude native silversmith.
L. R. Holland, past exalted ruler of the
Colorado Springs lodge, was one of the
few members of the party not In Indian
regalia. Exalted Ruler Hopkins wore full
Another Elks' band, alo from Colorado,
was at the same time playing to an Omaha
audience. This was tho Cowboy band of
Peublo lodge No. SO. These men, dressed 1n
black shirts, chaps and red bandannas,
marched up from their special train at
the Union station to the club roomsof the
local lodge, where they played first a street
concert and . later upstairs.
Besides Pueblo, a number of other Colo
rado lodges were represented, the OPueblans
thmeslves, being headed by B. F. Kopelilc
past exalted ruler. Others in the party
were K. L. Fahnestock of Leadvllle, Dr. C.
S. Cramer of sallda. E. H. Stonemeyer,
Canon City; John L. Dorn, Ouray; John
Victor; Asbury White, Peublo,
Mr. White Is chairman of the finance
committee and member of the board of
directors of the Irrigation congress, which
Pueblo Is to hold In September. All these
Coloradans weer boosting strongly for the
congress and disseminated considerable
literature concerning it
The Puehlana had a special badge, con
slating of four medallions above an elk's
hoad, the whole in bronze. One medallion
typified the Indian stage of Colorado; the
second, the cattle raising stage; the third,
the mining era, and the fourth, agriculture.
Above all was a steel bar significant of
Pueblo's great Industry
These various epochs will, be exemplified
In floats entered In the big parade at De
troit, and Pueblo hopes to carry off a prize
. DETROIT, Mich., July 9.-Offlcer of the
Orand Lodge, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks, here for the grand reunion
of the order were scheduled to leave this
morning for Wyandotte to witness the
launching of the big lake freighter, Vir
ginia, at noon. The program also Included
luncheon at the Detroit boat club
Town Kiectn Saloon Keepers.
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., July . -(Special.)
The town council of the little village of
Tabor adopted a new method of making a
selection from the applicants for saloon
licenses." All the applications could net be
granted, aud therefore, instead of making
the selecting themselves, the town council
called a special election and submitted ths
matter to the voters. When the votes were
counted It was found that Matt B. Welfl
and Hruska Sl Trunec had received the
highest number of votes, and on the
strength, of this the town board now has
issued licenses to tlvem.
South Dakota News Motes.
HURON The Brookings Vonstruotlon
company has been awarded the contract
for lateral sewers, me contract pnue beutg
HURON Charles Wilson, JO years or age.
employed in the Chicago & North wee tern
railway snaps nere, ioi nia ten nantt uy
Coming in contact wim a circular saw.
HURON J. L. Hollarbush, a resident of
this ally for twenty years, died at his
home yesterday. Mr. Hollarbush came to
Uie territory In 183 and leaves a wife and
tx children.
PIERRE The flret meeting of the State
Board of Equ&llzutloii and Aaensinent met
this week and took an adjournment to July
11. whe-n the representatives or tne rail
roads and other corporate Interests will be
given a hearing.
ABERDEEN The reports of Aberdeen
batiks show a decrtSHe of but $S.0u0 in de-
poolts of Aberdeen rexidents under the last
leport. uepoaits ot lusiaents, uumneKs men
lid bankers of outsldu tuwns in Aberdeen
banks, however, show a decrease of fltM,
WW. PIERRE The Stanley County institute,
which is In (elon at Fort i'leire, has 110
teachers in attendance, inaklntf It one of
the lurge institutes of the state. At the
elghtn grade graduation exeiciues eighty
of the pupils of tne country ncr.ools were
slven diplomas.
HURON John Kottes Is amonx the first
Of 114 lo county fanners to grow winter
wheat He Is now harvesting a splendid
crop on his farm two and a half miles
wait of the city. The emimated yield is
from elxhteen to twenty bushels oer acre.
The head are well filled with fully de
veloped kernels.
PIERRE Governor Veasey has selected
N. 11- Kingman, commander of the titate
Grand Army of the Republic, as the repre.
sentatlve of South Dakota for the meeting
to oe neia tins run ror beginning tne r-
rangemefita for the grand celebration of
the fiftieth annlveraary of the battle of
Uettysburg In Vila.
ABERDEEN A number of farmers In
northern South Dakota beguji cutting bar
ley yesterday, t onirary to expectations,
the yield Is proving much better than ex
pected and Ih running about elsht bushels
to the acre, or about a half crop. In sotie
instanoea the header is being used because
of the short straw.
PIERRE Trie old settlers' plonlo did not
get the crowd of old-timers expected, but
there wss a fair attendance from both
Pierre and rNirt Pierre. The officers
elected for the ensuing year are: p. K.
liH'lure of Pierre, provident; W. H. Frost
or f or t t'larre, vice prsidnt; M. Z. Uulh
rle of Pierre, secretary.
Delegates from Arkansas Boosting for
Hardware Meeting.'
Delegations Represent Six States and
Use Sloorani "No Farther from
North to South Than from ' y
South to North."
'It's not farther from the north, to the
south than from the south to the north."
This is the battle cry of several hundred
southern men and women who were in
Omaha for the day and who wish to see
the next convention of the National Retail
Hardware association go to Little Rock.
Omaha is a rendezvous for nearly all the
southern and eastern delegates going to
tne convention at Denver and special cars
and special trains arrived at every hour
throughout the late morning and afternoon.
The southerners were the first on- the
scene. The majority of them came from
Missouri and Arkansas, but delegates are
at hand from Mississippi, Georgia. Tennes
see and Kentucky.
All these caine in coaches over the . Bur-
llneton and on arrival were taken to the
Commercial club, where sheep bells were
pinned on them. Nathan Roberts,- W. S.
Wright and E. P. Berryman acted as a re
ception committee.
Tho Little Rock men are boosters after
the heart of Omaha. They are chock full
of enthusiasm aud spout facts by the score
as to why the Arkansas metropolis should
get the convention. On the special train,
which leaves Union station at 7 p. m., these
southerners hope to line up the large Chi
cago and eastern delegations and the Min
neapolis men also. Moreover, they expect
to have the Nebraska delegates pledged by
the time the party arrives In Denver Sunday.
J. P. Simpson and Senator Hampton
Williams are the head of the Arkansas
party, the latter being a resident of Hot
Tired of Jeff Davis.
Mr. Williams Is of the opinion that his
state will not again be represented by Sen
ator Jeff Davis. "He floated in on a wave
of populism which spread over the state
at that time and we trust his course Is
about run. lie has done Arkansas' national
reputation no good," said Mr. Williams.
All the southerners declare that the out
come of the Reno fight has had a bad in
fluence on the colored residents of the
south, but expressed the hope that things
will soon quiet down.
"Of course," said W. L, Harlan, another
Arkansas man, "hoodlum whites have
played their part in making trouble be
tween the races following the fight."
The Missouri delegation is headed by
J. G. Webber of Clayton, president of th
state association. G. F. D. Kanster Is tho
chairman of its committee on transporta
tion. A number of St. Louis girls, daughters
and sisters of the delegates, are members
of the party and they bear out the city's
reputation for the comeliness of Its daugh
ter. The Minneapolis cars had not arrived
here by 12:30 and It looked as if these would
be late for the luncheon at Happy Hollow.
The Chicago train arrived at 4 p. in.
Trolley cars took these visitors to Happy
Hollow for a short stay.
Have Boot Print IX
Take your printing- to the Times.
Sleotrto Tans -Barf ess-Orandea Co.
Beet Dry Cleaning of garments. Twin
City Dye Works. 407 South Fifteenth.
Home Zioaas to Home Makers makes
rent money work for the family. Ne
braska Savings and Loan Ass'n. will show
you. JOS Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha.
Kom . Culverts Veedet The County
clerk has been authorized by the Board of
County Commissioners to advertise for bids
for culvert Installation, and repairing lirt
Douglas county. In many places the cul
verts are in poor shape, and several new
ones are necessary. i , . ..
Before Going on Tour Vacation place
your valuables such as -money, silverware,
Jewels and insurance policies in a box in
the American Safe Deposit Vaults in the
Bee Building, which are fire and burglar
proof. Boxes rent for only 1 for three
months. F. C. Hamer, President
Avery Appointed Overseer H. R. Avery
was appointed by the county commissioners
at the Saturday morning meeting a over
seer of road work' for Douglas county; He
will receive a salary of $100 per month, his
Incumbency to commence July 15. He will
furnish . his own conveyance about the
More Bluing- Boom Heeded As one re
sult of the tour of inspection taken Friday
by Ghe Board of County Commissioners,
tho members are considering ordering an
extension to the dining room at the county
hospital. Owing to the crowded condition
of that institution the present quarters
are found to be inadequate.
In the Divorce Court The following de
crees have been granted: John R. Holly
from Isabella Holly, abandonment; Eva J
Scott from Walter Scott cruelty; Esta M,
Conrad from Charles H. Conrad, habitual
drunkard and failure to support; Lena Bor
sot from Samuel Borset, nonsupport; Esther
Jarvis from Peter W. Jarvis, cruelty.
Teams to Bifle Tourney Enroute to the
national rifle tourney, the Hawaiian Rifle
team, numbering twenty of the Hawaiian
Islanders, will leave Oakland, Col., on July
20. The tourney will be held at Camp
Perry, O., rifle teams from all over the
country meeting there. The Hawallai
team will travel by tho Southern Pacific,
Union Pacific, and Milwaukee roads, reach,
ing Omaha about the first of August
Charged with Befnsal to Stop Deputy
County Attorney Maguey Saturday morn,
ing filed a complaint in county com
against Charles Klrschbraun on a charge
of refusing to stop when his automobile
was signalled to do so by the driver of a
team of restive horses. The complainant
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make it possible for every man, woman
or child living in Omaha, South Omaha
or Council Bluffs to OWN A BEAU
This remarkable advertising- offer is made by the 8ohmollr &
Mueller Piano company, (Established 67 years). JUST TO STIMULATE
OUR BUSINESS DUIUNG THE HOT SUMMKK MONTHS, (usually the dull season In the Piano Business.)
Nearly everyone knows a friend or an acqoalntence, who is going to buy a piano. VK WANT TIIK
NAME AND ADDHKS9 OF THAT PARTY and now right here la where your opportunity comes in to
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Omaha, Neb.
is Hans O. Uiiasiuaun. who olaiuia ha , was
crowded over an embankment by Kirsch
braun, the latter driving an automobile.
Colonel KoOartay Ooea te CampCol
onel D. E. MoCarthy, chief quartermaster,
Department of the Missouri, will leave 8un-
day evening for the maneuver camp at
Pole mountain, thirty ranee west or Chey
enne. Colonel McCarthy Is to be chief
quartermaster of the camp and will be In
tlhe field for the next six wecKs. captain
Bolles will be in charge of the quarter
master's office here during the absence of
Colonel MoCarthy.
Jones Waives Preliminary Examination
Charles Jones, who Is charged with hav
ing emjexzled $200 from the Bloom Tomb
stone company, waved preliminary exami
nation before Judge Crawford, and was
bound over to the district court Saturday
morning. His bond was set at 1600, In do
fault of which he has been committed to
the county Jail. The embesxlement Is al
leged to have been made on June 8, after
which Jones left town, and was later cap
tured at Blue. Island, 111., where he was
returned by Officer Hayes.
Disgraceful Coa4not
of liver and bowels, In' refusing to act, U
quickly remedied with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Kc. For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
United States District Attdrney- Howell
has gone east for a vacation trip.
Railway Note aa' Prsemais.
The headquarters of the Northwestern
are beln completaly remodeled and will
present a fine appearance when dona.
B. Ij. Lomax, general passenger agent of
the Western Faclflo railroad left last night
fur Chicago on routine business connected
with his road. ...
aeorge W. Holdrege, gvtieral manager of
the Burlington rood, left Saturday for
the Paclfio coast on a pleasure trip. Mr.
iioldrege says he has needed a rest for
some time. "
Wyncote, a station on the Burlington
line seventy-one miles west of Northport,
has been changed to . Llngle and wilt be
opened with a regular service on July 12,
1S1), with II. E. fcVhwalm as the agent.
The country around Llngle is developing
fast and the necessity of another shipping
point has been noted for some time.
8. F. Miller, general freight and passen
ger agct of the Northwestern, has re
turned from a trip in the state. Mr. Miller
states that the recent rains have improved
the crops very much and that since the
farmers have all been computing the
amount of their crop on bumper crop years
Inxtead of average years lie thinks that
the loss will roally amount to vety little
on account of the dry weather.
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ABERDEEN, B. D.. July S.-(8peclal.)-At
MHbank, Judge Frank McNulty if the
circuit court denied the Injunction of Frank
B, Grangir, proprietor of a commercial
school, asking the court to close down six
Aberdeen saloons on the ground that they
were within W0 feet of his Institution, and
therefore prohibited by the statute, declar
ing saloons shall not be permitted within
lot) feet of a public or private school. Ths
court decided tbe business college did not
come under the designation intended by
the statute. Mr. Granger will appeal the
case to the state supreme court.
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