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    THE BEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1!)10.
Nebraska
Nebraska
) COMMONER TO SHARE 13 PIE
Updike Plant at
TWELVE MILLIONS INCREASE
McCook, Neb.,
is Destroyed
Probable Sice of Boost State Valua
tion Will Get.
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GoTernor Will Try Persuasion and
Patronage on Peerless One.
CHANCE TO PRINT AMENDMENT
Demoeratle Fapera Thrnnhoit Nr
nraaka Dlatr4 to Pahllsh So
', tleea Befor Election Demos
Hash ta Slaa Mttfiatnti,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, July 19.-Speclal.)-Bellevlng
that a soft answer turneth away wrath,
Governor Bhallenberger today designated
the Commoner as the on democratic paper
in Lancaster county which ahould publish
tha f-roposfd1 ctohstltutlohal amendment to
ba aubmltted to the voters at the fall elec
tlon, Thua In thla county the Commoner
aharea the honor 'with the Lincoln Star In
getting the democratic pie, though the Star
rot the bis slice Hat fall, when It published
the Hat of defunct corporations undsr the
occupation tax law.
Beside, the Cimmoner, the governor des
ignated papers In all the countlea of the
tate, except fn six, which are to be named
later or aa soon aa the governor haa In
vestigated them.
The law which gives the governor the
authority to designate the papers In which
the' proposed ''constitutional amendment
shall be published was enacted by the dem
ocratlc legislature last winter, which
ought to keep all the pie In the democratic
ranks. Senator Tanner was the author of
the bill, but he1 announced at that time that
he would not publish the proposed amend
tnents aa proof that he waa working for
principal and net pelf. The governor, how
' ever. Included the South Omaha Democrat
in the favored Hat. The six countlea In
which no papers ''Have been designated are
Orant, Hooker, Logan, McPherson, Sarpy
and Thonms. : ' ,
, Pavers In I.iat.
The governor certified thep artlal, list of
of - papers to tho secretary of state today
The list include the following papers
Adams County Democrat, Hastings; Reg
ister, Neltgh; Uanner County News, L,ewia-
burg; firewater" News, Urewster; Argus,
Albion; Herald, Alliance; Uoyn County
tvwi, Ankea; Hrown County Democrat
iwnswnrtn; Ueniocvat, Kearney; Mlrrow
Lyonds; llutler County Press. David t'ltv
' Journal, P.'attsniouth; Cedar County News
Hartington; nreexe, Wauneta; Democrat,
Valentine: 'Telegraph. Sidney'. Register.
Sutton; Journal, Ho ell; Cuming County
democrat, West Point; Custer County Bea
con. Broken Bow; North Nebraska Kagle,
Dakota City; Chronicle, Chadron; Cllpper
Citisen, Lexington;' Register, Chappel;
Dixon County Leader. Ponca; Herald, Fre
mont: . Nebraska Daily Democrat, South
Omaha; News, Haigler; Guzette, Geneva;
Tribune. llloimingtori; Chronicle, Moore
field; Pioneer. Arapahoe; Gage County
Deniocrut, Beatrice; Garden County News,
Lowellyn; Tribune, Uurwell; Bulletin, El
wood; Leader- Independent, Greeley; Free
Press, Grand Inland; Sun, Aurera; Harlan
County. Journal, Alum; Hayes Center Re
' publican; ReglHter, Trenton; Holt County
Independent, O'Neil; Hhotograph-Press, St.
Paul; Journal, Fairbury; Johnson County
Tribunal, Tecumseh; Courier, Mlnden;
Keith -County "tVewa, Ogalalla; Herald,
Spring view; Western Nebraska Observer,
Kimball; Nebraska Liberal. Crelghtcn;
Commoner, Lincoln; Telegram, North
Platte; Loup City News. Taylor; Enter
prise, Battle Creek; Republican, Central
City; News-Bladt. 'Bridgeport:- News-Jour-
Jial.-' Fullerton; Noma ha County Herald
Auburn ; Express, Superior; News
Two Elevators, Coal Bins, Office
Building and Contents Burned
Early This Morning.
M'COOK, Neb., July 1 (Special Tele
gram.) The entire - plant of the Updike
Grain and Coal company at thla place waa
destroyed, this morning by fire, their con
tents being consumed. Twelve thousand
bushels of oats, fc,O00 bushels of corn and
several hundred bushels of wheat besides
several hundred tons of coal were de
atroyed. Thla waa one of the best plants
In southwestern Nebraska. The origin of
the fire la unknown. The loss will aggre
gate $30,000 and Is covered by a blanket in
surance carried by the Updike company.
FIVE DEMOCRATS FOR COXGRES9
S. M. Bailer of Falrbary Last Oae ia
Fob Mb. District.
FAIR BURT, Nb July W.-(Speclal)-S.
M. Bailey of this city has filed as demo
cratic candidate for congress from the
Fourth district. There are now five demo
crats In the race for congress. They are
Judge B. F. Oood of Wahoo, Charles Gil
bert of York, Judge Matt Miller of David
City, S. L. Mains of Crete and S. M. Bailey
of Falrbuiy. A. H. Martin of this city has
filed as socialist candidate for congress.
Others have filed as follows: State sena
tor. Twenty-third district. Henry Dlek
mann, Plymouth, republican; John P.
Thlessen, Jansen, republican; V. C. Line,
Dlller, republican; Wcs Pickens, Powell,
democrat.
Representative, Thirty-sixth district,
Luther Bonham.
Representative Thirty-fourth district, C.
I. Clark, Steele City, republican; Henry
Helllger, Plymouth, democrat.
County attorney. F. L. Ruin, republican.
County commissioner, Henry Hansmlre,
I. N. Thompson, Ed Lawrence, Charles
Hoppe. James Chambers s.nd Frltx Hum
feld, republican; Ed Shoe,otham, democrat.
FIVE COUNTIES NOT KEP0RTED
Doaalae Coaatr Coatrlbatea Over
Mllllom id Half Dollars as Ita
Snare ( Llft-Aaaeaaaaeat
by C'oaatlea.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, July l.-tSpeclal.) With five
countlea missing the, total assessed valu
ation of the state aa reteurned to the State
Board of Equalisation by county board is
1390.288,183. The counties missing are Box
Butte, Cedar, Deuel, Gage and Keith. These
counties were assessed last year at 120,709,
294. If these countlea are returned at the
same valuation this year, the total assessed
value of the state will be $410,995,479, or an
Increase of $12,099.flK the total assessment
last year being $.198,980,819.
Of the Increase this year $267,996 waa on
railroad property. Douglas county contri
buted $1,671,674 aa its portion of the In
crease and the remainder, $10,160,101, was
contributed by the other ninety-one countlea.
The following table shows the assess
ment by counties for the years 1909 and
1910, as equalised by the State board last
year and returned by the county boards
this year:
1909.
, $ e,4US.tf2
,975, 41 5
County.
Adams
Antelope .,
Banner ....
Blaine
Boone
Box Butte
Boyd ,
Brown
Buffalo ....
Burt ,
Butler ....
Cass
Cedar
Chase
Cherry
Cheyenne
352.0B3
897, 439
6,ttl.6'3
1.143.744
1514.36o
1.128,971
7.107,619
6,65.3:fl
6.957.004
8,007,966
6, 403, 849
974.067
2.676,798
2,125,310
1910.
6.640,391
4,166,617
377, 6J9
435.474
6.192,304
Clay 6 b75.0'.'
braska City; Chief. Pawnee City: Perkins
County Sent.nel, (irant; Progress, Holdreg;;
Leader, Pierce; Telegram, Columbus; Dem
ocrat, Oscoola; Reporter, Indt&nola; Falls
City News. Falls City; Leader. Rassctt;
Democrat, Wilbur; Democrat, Wahoo; In
dexv Mitchell; Independent-Democrat, Sew
ard; Standard, Runhvlllei-Tllrtes-Indeperyi-ent.
Loup City; Sun, -Harrison;.'. Register,
Stanton; Register, Hebron; Times. Pender;
Journal, Ord;' Democrat, Blair; Democrat,
Wayne; Chief. Red Cloud; Independent,
Bartlett; Democrat, York.
Candidates Fear Bryan.
The hoplesness -of the democrats to
carry the legislature and at the name time
the, hold Mr. Bryun has on these who are
candidates on the democratic ticket- was
evidenced by the number of legislative can
didates who got In under the Oregon' plan
and signed Statement No. 1 at the laset
mlnutce. Many democratic candidates for
,the legislature sent In Bpeclal requests
after making their filings and asked that
the secretary of state record them as hav
ing; signed Statement No. 1. This activity
on the part of the candidates was noticed
after Mr. Bryan issued his statement In
favor of an endorsement of that act of the
legislature of which he waa the father.
f t Motive of Patrick.
The fart that .W. , R. Patrick announced
hlmeelf aa a candldato for governor on the
democratic ticket after having said he
favored the euectlon of Senator Aldrlch,
republican; and that he was apposed to
both Governor Shallenberger and Mayor
Dahlman, has started some discussion
among democrats us to his real reason
for getting Into tho race. An Omaha
democrat Is authority for the statement
that Patrick said he was for Aldrlch and
hoped to see him elected. . Aldrlch la
quoted as having suggested that those who
desire to help him would boost Mayor
Dahlman for the democratic nomination,
as '. friends of the governor are of the
opinion ' that Patrick hopes In the long
luii to help Aldrlch by hla candidacy.
Though Mr. Bryan haa Issued five of
tidal statements in his latest round, he has
not yet aald whether he will support the
democratic norrJnee for governor If de
feated, In the. Grand Island convention, so
efforts are being made to draw him out
In this subject. Some believe that he will
support Patrlckf, and othera are of the
opinion Aldrlch fills the bill.
Will Attain Lead Pops
Governor Shaken berger has a cinch on
one nomination, that of the populist party.
He Is the only candidate for governor who
haa filed m that ticket..
Willis Reed of Madison, thought he had
the popullat nomination for United States
aenator tied down, but at the laat momen
Saturday, G. M. Hitchcock, another can
didate, got busy and filed a popuhst pet I
tlon, so he Is candldute on the double
header, SDd Richard L. Metcalfe has alio
coma In under a populist petition. Mayor
Dahlman and W. R. Patrick are the tne
Simon pure democratic candidatea. It be
Ins: too late now for Patrick to file a pro
hlbltlon petition.
The following delegates were appointed
by Governor Shallenberger Tuesday to the
second notional conservation congress to
be held at St. Paul, Minn., September to
Prof..-0. E. I'ondra, Lincoln; O. Hull
Alma: Jesse Fout. Dlilerl; Lew Deets,
KKoarKnKeKyK; James M. Dunkle, Urana
lsianu; W. it. lanning, Hastings; J. i
t-miinadv. Mlnden: H. R. McKelvie. Lincoln
f. W. Hervey. Omaha; J. U. McDonald
North Platte: .Charles A. Morrlii Sootl
llluff: .,W. S. i Ridsell, Alliance; James
Coffey.-Chadron; Jack Walsh, Humboldt;
John P. .Thieesen, Jansen.
Uaveraor Annotate Delegates.
The governor haa epolnted Dan V.
Stephen of Fremont and Peter Wolbach
of Grand Island, delegatea to the Interna
tional road -congress which will be held In
Brussels, July 91 to August 8.
The followtngdelegates have been ap
pointed by the governor to represent the
state of Nebraska In the fourth Interna
tional conference of state andlot-al taxa
tion to be held In Milwaukee. August 10
to September S:
II'. A. lilwards. Grand Island; Albert
Watklns, Lincoln; J. k Coatiu, Vt'tllow
Island. . .
Nebraska News Notes.
GORDON There was a heavy rain and
electrical storm here Monday night lasting
five hours.
ALBION Quite a number of Company
M, National Guard, left this morning for
Ashland to participate in the target prac
tice at that place.
WEST POINT The new officers of the
County central committee of the republi
can party of Cuming county are K. H.
Macg, chairman; H. M. Basslnger, secre
tary; and Henjy Behrens, treasurer.
NEBRASKA CJTY Louis Wllberger,
while working In-ihe hay field Sunday,
was overcome by the heat and for a time
It was feared he had Jot his mind. He
is under the care of a.ilnysklan and will
recover. , u i'
PERU In celebration of their fifleth
wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Cole leave this week for Minneapolis, Minn.,
where they expect to make an extended
visit among Mr. Cole's brothers whom he
has not seen for years.
PERU Thursday,' July 28, has been set
for the laying of the cornerstone of the
new administration building at the Normal
school. Senator E. J. Uurkett will be
present and make the principal address on
the "New Woman and the Young Man."
PERU Division Superintendent Lyman,
MeJ I accompanied by the chief engineer, was
Colfax
Cuming
4,961.337
6,338,946
Custer 7,119,629
Dakota
Dawes
Dawson
2.571,035
1.952.442
6, . 445
Deuel 1.437,604
2.552.382
1.252.S24
7.241.112
6.719.319
6,987,872
8,070,727
l'.055!645
2,909,41
2.188,179
6.817.630
6.109,431
6,466.026
7,286,813
2.616,976
2.010,693
6.419,847
Dixon
Dodge
Douglas ...
Dundy ....
Klilomre ..
Franklin ..
Frontier ..
Furnas ....
Gage
Garden ....
Garfield ..
Gosper ....
Grant
Greeley ...
Hall
Hamilton .
Harlan ....
Hayes
Hitchcock
4.012,75a
8,307.478
85.756,733
1.426,172
6,796,540
S.613.803
2,699,436
4.222,963
10,091,410
'iwioCT
2.143,450
672,426
2.106,717
6.581,100
6.359,751
3,660,710
749.105
1,848.470
In Peru Tuesday, and while here decided
upon the location for the new depot. The
engineer will soon return to Btake off the
givunds and the work of. building will be
gin at once
NEBRASKA CITY Father John Hahn,
pawtor of the St Mary's Catholic xhurch,
has resigned and will go to Orleans, Neb.,
to take charge of the church at that place.
His place will be filled by a priest from
Ohio. Father Hahn preaches his farewell
beiinon on August 7
WEST POINT Miss Gertrude Llndale. a
graduate of the stenographic department
of the Omaha Commercial college, has
opened an office In West Point as public
stenographer, this being the first one In the
hixtorr of the city where the puDllc neeos
call for an office of this kind.
w SHUBE11T The funeral of David Ward
aged forty yearn, was held at the Metho
dist church In Shubert, followed by burial
at Prairie Union. Mr. Ward was plowing
in the corn field when stricken with bowel
trouble, and lived only a few houis. The
widow and six children survive.
WEST POINT-C. F. Schonlau. editor of
the Houston Signal at Houston, Minn.,
visited the city of his birth yesterday for
the first time in thirty years. His father,
the late Dr. -bchoruau established the Ne
braska Voiksblatt, a German publication
at West Point thirty-five years ago.
WEST POINT During the last six days
a total of t inches of rain has fallen In
the vicinity of . West Point. Corn never
looked better, hay has yielded a better drop
than was expected, and pastures have re
vived considerably. Taken altogether the
average of the crops of the county will be
up to the norrrml standard.
WEST POINT-Mrs. John Holtx passed
way last evening at her home northwest
of the city at the age of 83 years. A son
and two daughters survive. The funeral
obsequies will be celebrated by Rev. M.
Li'iim-r. pastor of the Rock German Luth
eran church. - Mra. Holts waa a widow of
one of the earliest ploneera of this county.
NEBRASKA CITY The Robert Graves
company of New York City filed a suit In
the county court against W. a. Hyer, the
stationer, and an attachment waa placed
In the handa of the sheriff. This is the
fourth attachment against the stock and
the vvereabouta of the owner of the stock
Is not known, as he Is on the road trav
eling for a picture moulding firm.
NEBRASKA CITY Yesterday morning
Mrs. John Rouacn, who resides In the east
ern purl of the city, went up stairs with
a lamp In her hand to get some medicine.
in coining down she tripped and fell, the
lamp exploded - and the house was soon
ablase. Mrs. Housch waa rescued, although
slightly burned, and the house was saved,
but the contents were destroyed.
ALBION The political candidates, who
have filed for the several offices In Boone
county, are as follows: State aenator,
Aubrey A. Smith, republican; C. G. Karnes,
democrat; representative, Roscoe Smith,
republican; O.' H. Fiory, democrat; Iver
By gland, populist; county attorney, O. M.
Needhani, republican; F. J, Mack, demo
crat. ; .
WEST POINT Twenty-five men took
purl in the blue rock shoot at the farm of
August ltelchllnger on Sunday, wherein
the high score of 23 was won by H. 11
B.-nne. William Raduechel came In second
with 21, and Nicholas Peatrowsky with 20.
These meeting of the sportsmen of the
county are becoming exceedingly popular.
being held alternately on the farms within
eusy distance of West Point.
ALBION A distressing accident occurred
yesterday at th home of Mr. E. E. Mans
field, when one of his dapghters, while
starting a rire in a gasoline stove, was se
vereiy burned. It appears that the oil
became Ignited while alia was endeavoring
to start the generator, and In a second
she was perfectly covered with the burning
flflld. W hlle very painfully burned, It is
thought sne win recover,
WEST POINT-County Judge Dewald of
ficiated at the marriage of Arthur Zuhle
and Miss Ida Otterstein, well known and
popular young people of Neligh township,
Ilia groom la the son of William Zuhlke,
a well known old aettler of Neligh town
ship, and the bride a daughter of Ludwig
Otterstein, both of them being born and
brought up in mis county, the children of
pioneer settlers. They will reside on their
ovtn'furm lti the neighborhood of their old
home.
NEBRASKA CITY An eighteen-) ear
old son ofL'onductor William G'riffln, while
playing ball yesterday, was struck In the
back by the knee of another buy who waa
running bases, and ruptured one of hla
kidneys. Tha young man was in a ser
ious condition and was taken to Omaha
Monday evening, where he will undergo a
aurgical operation. The young man did
not realise at first that he waa aa seriously
Injured aa It proved to be later and con
tinued playing bail for some little time
before he fainted and had. to be carried
home, t
Holt 3,616,288
Hooker 398,160
Howard 2.712.207
Jefferson 6,691,663
Johnson 4.306,892
Kearney 4,043.922
Keith 1,940,789
Keya Paha 829.696
Kimball 1,386,875
Knox 4,744,102
Lancaster 20,009,199
Lincoln 4.678,354
I-ogan 2,262
Loup 273,670
Madison 6,887,384
McPherson 2.10.2SS
Merrick 4,2ol,7r
Morril 867,874
Nance -. 3.396,894
Nemaha 6,337,99
Nuckolls 6.340.893
Otoe 8,444,589
Pawnee 4,9t.408
Perkins 1,061.755
Phelps 4,603,589
Pierce 4.039.216
Platte 7.541.9;
Polk 4.852.416
Red Willow J.30r,,302
Richardson 6,002 399
Rock 837,373
Saline 7.200,774
Sai-py 3.82-1.101
Saunders 9,362.236
Scott's Bluff 1 626,625
Seward 6,828. 2h7
Sheridan ,., 2.286.014
Sherman 2,6i;9,22il
Sioux . 1,061,220
Stanton 3.701.935
Thayer 5,648.502
Thomas 457.388
Thurston 1.676,494
Valley 2.947.163
Washington 6.033.141
Wavne 4.419.649
Webster 4,328.429
Wheeler 472.16
York 7.683,670
4.111.847
8,458,039
3i',427,07
1,443.628
6.897,499
3.697,463
2,726,561
4.267,703
"748 123
642,783
J,177,3fi8
702, 96
2.194,397
6,821,081
6.603,060
8.706,727
761,518
1,892,403
3,720,386
437.081
8.798,469
6,781.844
4,280, 4i!4
4,136,452
'882' 125
1,366.961
4,960,404
20.393,197
4,931,661
321. 2Vi
236,988
6,054,702
363,164
4.365,170
1.080,430
3.387.4,2
6.421.0 "2
6.444, 42
S.536.78!!
6,049,08
1.029.D2
4.674.817
4.176,242
7.753.8F8
6.inS.835
3.349 179
7.004.221
eil.grg
7,367.7112
3.803.419
. S2,9-?
1.671.806
7.005,632
2484,(v:,9
2.761.50C
1,0'S,004
S,?4,572
5.724.1F5
476.959
Z.UIK, N44
3.100.3S6
5. 228, 134
4.461.798
4.427.053
538.715
7,884,044
Total $39S,985,S19 $390,286,183
Demos Meet at Iloldrece.
HOLDREG E, Neb., July 19. (Special.)
The Franklin county democratic convention
will meet tomorrow at Macon. Delegates
will be present from HUdreth, Campbell.
Franklin, Bloomlngton, Rlverton, and Up
land, and indications point to one of the
most Important convention ever held by the
party In that county.
' A Fierce Attack
of malaria, liver derangement and kidney
trouble. Is easily cured by Electric Bitters
the guaranteed remedy. 60c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
The Midwest Life
In the first six months of 1910 The Mid
west Life made a net gain In Insurance in
force of $024,000. .Each of the six months
showed a slight Increase over the corres
ponding month In last year. The company
now has $2,336,000 of Insurance on Its books.
i' irst mortgages on Nebraska real estate
comprise the largest Item in the asset of
The Midwest Life. Probably no other com
rany In the United States haa so large a
percentage of Ita assets In real estat
mortgages, and not a dollar of either prin
cipal or Interest la In default.- Loyalty to
Nebraska prompts all Its citizens to buy
of Nebraska Institutions, particularly when
an equally good article can be obtained
The policies of The Midwest Life are tho
equal of any on the market and tho prem
U.m ratea are aa low. It treats Its policy
uuiiKTia iifiin kiiu pays claims promptly as
soon as proofs are made. Insure In It
Home office 119 South Tenth Street,
Lincoln.
Summer suite to order 417 Ml reduced trem
2e McCarthy-Wllsou, 104 Keuth II lb.
L.B.r.lcCounGo.
South End 16th St.
Viaduct
"Home of ihs
long Ton"
FACTORY PRODUCT
t. Xrfmla fthoe FaotorUa Week fmlj g.
The factory output of the St Louis
Shoe Factorlea for the week ending
July 2d. waa 334,0(0 pairs and tha
shipment by rail and river were
1 1,(90 casos. Reported by the Shoe
a. Leather Gasetta.
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