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SOUL. KULItlh WILL i0l LO
Members of Mysterious Democratic
Delegation Hot Against Dahlman.
CLAIM THEY WERE NOT NOTIFIED
2. J. Dann SUM He U Going to
Uraa4 Island to Start Something
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That mysterious delegation to the demo
cratlo convention that was worked up by
soma onexla responsible for a continuous
traam of remarks from tha Dahlman men
who ara determined to discredit it before
it goes to Grand Inland If possible.
Monday morning- the rumor was that It
would not go anyway because the men on
It were put on without their own consent
Home of the fifty-five are complaining that
they were not notified of the proposed
rump delegation and that they had no In
tention of bucking Mayor Jim.
The lahlman men are doing their best
to circulate a story that the South Omaha
meeting was an attempt to mulct Bhallen
berger out of $200 which was to be given to
pay the expenses of the crowd that was';
going to make the protest. According to
the Dahlman men fihallenberger failed to
come through with the required amount
And tha rurr.pera will have to stay at home.
Toe only man whose determination to
upset the solid Douglas county delegation
Is still firm seems to b I. J. Dunn, who
although he persists In his desire not to be
classed with the South Omaha movement,
still keeps to his intention of going to
Grand Island and trying to show -that the
Dahlman delegates were not chosen In a
ON COUNTY OPTION
ON COUNTY OPTION
Delegates la state eoavemtioa..
lastrneied for option
XnstraeteA agalast option
Taft ; Administration Endorsed
BRIDGEPORT, Neb., July 26. (Special)
The Morrill county republican convention
met here today and elected Anthony John-
ion, J. M. Lynch and J. L Johnson dele
gates to the state convention.
The following resolutions were adopted:
We the republicans of Morrill county in
'convention assembled, heartily endorse the
administration of William II. Taft.
We heartily endorse the records made In
congress by our United . States sentaora,
Klmer J. Burket, Norrls Brown, and
Representative Moses P. Klnkald, and
heartily commend and express our thorough
appreciation of the work and conduct In
tn hands of our president In securing
the passage of pledges made In the national
I republican platform at Chicago.
1 We hereby express our thorough appre
I elation of the efforta of President Taft and
I his secretary of the Interior, R. A. Balln
srer. In securing the passage of the bill
authorising the Issuing of $20,000,000 In cer
tificates for the completion of irrigation
projects now under way, and heartily en
dorse the measure as being the only feas
ible method of dealing with this Important
We heartily endorse the candidacy of
Walter V. Hoagland for state senator from
this district and B. K. Bushee for repre
We heartily pledge ourselves to the sup
port of the candidates of the republican
party to be nominated at the coming pri
mary election, and the platform of the re
publican party aaopiea Dy me siate conven
tlon to be held at Lincoln July 26, 1910.
If you have anything to sell or trade
advertise It. In The Bee Want' Ad col
umns and get quick results.
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Hcott's Bluff 4
Delegates lm state ooaToatlo Ml
lastruotod for option
lastraeted against optloa
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F tan ton
Grows in Wealth
ToUl Atienment Soil Thii Tear
Nearly Tfcirty-Soren Million
BROKEN BOW, Neb., July K.-Speclal.)
Assessor M. R. Foster has completed his
annual report on the assessed valuation of
the whole county. The report shows Custer
county to be possessed of plenty of wealth
and one of the most prosperous In the
state. There are 110 automobiles valued at
K7,4"; 104 threshing machines valued at
120,076; 083 pianos valued at $75,530 ; 9,095
carriages, wagons, etc., at $171,737 ; 34.8S9
head of horsns at $2,'373.40S; 1.214 mules,
Jacks, etc., at $16S,i:0; 90,018 head of cattle
,.st $1,793,314; 4,294 sheep and goats at $1.!,
91413; 79.973 hogs at $653,781; 69.325 bushels of
j wheat at $51,096; 105,317 bushels of com at
,i $435,604; 189,70 bushels of oata at I'il.fWR;
12 8,300 tons of hay and alfali'a at $32,098: all
$ kinds of nnulfrv at 1.15 nnllnnl tnL.
stock, $142,670; state bank stock, $280,550. The
total' actual value of personal property
amounts to $9,635,895, while the grand total.
Including real estate and railroads, reaches
the sum of $36,934,005. There la also on de
posit with banks, trust companies and In
stitutions of a like nature, cash to the
amount cf $513,492.
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Morrill Democrats for Shallcnbrraer.
BRIDGEPORT, Neb., July 26.-(Special.)
The democrats of Morrill countl In con
vention here Saturday endorsed the admin
istration of Governor Shallenbergor and
pledged him their support at the coming
prfnarles. The Initiative and referendum
was also endorsed, but county option had
not a single sponser. The delegates to the
state convention are: T. O. Burke, Mark
Spanogle, C. D: Casper, Jim Burns and H.
MAN AND GIRL KILLED.
ARE SHOT TO DEATH
Dispute Between Rancher ssd Home
ateader Near Kimball Results In
KIMBALL, Neb.. July 25. Speclal Tele
gram.) Jerry McOann, belter known as
Wild Horse Jerry, and a fourteen-year-old
girl named Thompson, were killed by Walt
Rising in Colorado south of here yesterday.
Rising had homestead ed land in MoOann's
pasture and this started trouble. They met
on the road and began shooting. The
Thompson gtrl was riding with McGann
end was killed accidentally. Rlzlng gave
hlii self up to Greeley authorities.
Dawes Democrats ITnlnstructed.
CHADRON. Neb., July 25. (Special.)
The Dawes county democratic convention
sends delegates to Grand Island as follows:
Charles E. Stewart. L. J. F. Jerger, A. W.
Crltes,- K. Phelps and George Adams. The
delegates are unlnstructed and are mostly
Nebraska News Nates.
WISNER Miss Mame Dudley, one of the
high school teachers, has been obliged to
resign her work for the coming year and
has gone to California, In the hope of gain
ing ueuer neaun.
BRIDGEPORT The Bridgeport Electric
Light nd Power company was organized
here last night with a capital of $50,000 all
of which has been subscribed by the home
people. An up-to-date plant will be in
stalled at once, and the city will vote on a
proposition to Issue bonds for putting in
a water system.
BEATRICES Mrs. Ethel Silver of Lincoln
a former resident of Beatrice, yesterday
filled suit for divorce from H. L. 811ver
The grounds for the suit could not be
learned, as the petition was taken away
Immediately after It had been filed. Mr
Silver and Mrs. Silver have been living In
Lincoln the last few months.
BEATRICE Frank Black, Frank Jack
son and James Wilson, the three alleged
robbers, who have been In jail at Wymore
the last few days on the charge of rob
bing a atore at Clyde, Kan., were taken to
Clound county, Kansas, Saturday by Sheriff
Dunneck, who secured extradition papers
from Governor Shallenberger Saturday
niui iiiiih. w i mot mo prisoners rerused to
accompany tha officer, but they aoon
changed their minds, when he threatened
to turn the hose on them In jail.
lADUtu tiyjuis. l nresnina nas com.
menced In this vicinity, and the field of
Charles Harnett, live miles south of this
city, yielded aa follows: Twelve acres nt
oats, 1,176 bushels, ninety-eight bushels per
acre. One-half bushel of these oats weighed
out eighteen pounds. Dan Andrew, from
his field of twenty-two acres, adjoining
town, threshed 440 bushels, machine meas
ure, twenty bushels to the acre. Wheat Is
much better than thought to be. Corn Is
doing fairly well, but Is needing rain quite
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1 rT In vhich to witness the most successful American aeronautic exhibition since the Los Angeles meet
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GLENN CURTISS, J. 0. MARS, EUGENE
ELY AND JOHN McCURDY will sive
exhibitions in their aeroplanes. Attempts
will be made by all the Aviators to win the mag
nificent prizes put up by the World-Herald for
the aviator first breaking a world's record and
the aviator making the most spectacular and
daring flight of the meet.
The Balloon ascensions with parachute de
scents will be made by "Daredevil" Andrews and
John Waldorf Hall. If the wind is favorable these
balloons will be raced for altitude.
.The Government Captive Balloon will be Bent
up and tho Signal Corps will give demonstrations
of the uses made by this balloon in modern war
fare. The government Dirigible will make u
flight from Fort Omaha to the Aviation grounds.
It will' be operated by Lieutenant Haskell of tho
Fort Omaha Signal Corps.
Special for Today
The boys' aeronautic contest will take place
today and a diamond ring, presented by the
Ryan Jewelry Co., will be dropped into the 'crowd
from an aeroplane.
July 23 to 27 Inclusive.
Hours 3 to 7 P. Id.
Adults, 50c; Children, 25c; Grandstand, 50c; Automobiles, $1.00
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