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OMAHA, MONDAY. AUGUST 20. 1310.
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rtf, btrmiiK the were luxurlra and It
tu Intended, to Increase tho revenue.
"Vat Caae of Illsh l.lvlna sl.
"The charse that the present tariff I re
sponsible for the lnc-raa In the - prices of
necensitlr Is demonstrably "fulr. becaust
high prices, with very few exceptions, af
fect article In the ttirlff upon which inert
wa no Increase In rate er to respect to
which ther was a substantial reduction.
"Perhaps more Important than any one
feature of tho operative part tf the tariff
Uw, la that aectlon which enablra th exec
utive to appoint a tariff commission or
fcoord to aecure the needed Information for
the proper amendment and perfection of the
law. When the commission complete Ita
work, either n the entire tariff or on any
of the schedules In respect to which an
Issue has arisen, and the work of tha com
mission ahowa that tha present tariff Is
wrong and should be changed, I expect to
bring that matter to tha attention of the
congress with a view to Its amendment of
tha tariff In that particular. Of course,
thla will be Impracticable unions congress
Itself shall adopt the parliamentary rule,
ta I hope It Will, so that a Bill to amend
tne schedule of the tariff' may not be sub
ject to a motion to amend 'by adding
changes In other, schedules. . ,
"It will thus he possible to take up a
Irgle scredule with resptot which It
Is probable that a great rnajoriiy of each
house will be prejudiced,' to-admlt the
evidence, and to reach a fair conclusion.
For these reasons It seems to me that sill
republicans conservative, progressive and
radical may well abide by tha situation
with respect to the tariff until eveldence
now being 'accumulated 'shall Justify
changes In rates, and that , H Is much
better for them to vote for republicans
than to help create a democratic majority
which would be utterly at war with the
protective principle" and therefore would
have no use for tha' findings of tha tariff
commission, aa we may certainly Infer
from tha solid democratic vdfe In the
present congress against ' tha necessary
appropriation for tha commlttee'a work.
Turned Deficit Into' Surplus.
"One great virtue In the tariff Uw, In
cluding the corporation tax, Is that taken
with tha curriMU effort of the administra
tion to keep down; or redaca governmental
expenditures and to reform the method of
collecting the customs revenue, It has, by
Ita revenue-producing capnclty,, turned a
deficit In the ordinary operation of the
government of $68,000,000 for the year ending
June 80, 1909, to a surplus In the first full
year of the law, ending August 6, 1910,
of 126,000,000. From that revenue stand
lolnt then, there can be no controversy
over tha effectiveness of - the new law.
General speaking, a full measure of Indus
trial activity In production', transporta
tion and distribution has accompanlod the
operation of the new law.
"Again, the present law In Its corpora
tion tax, Imposes a new kind of tax which
has many of the merits -of an Income tax.
It Is one of the most useful and Import
ant changes In our j-eyenue laws, as the
future will show." "ln'"splte oftha criti
cisms heaped upon It', as It' passed, no
party responsible for revenue., or anx
ious to retain every menus ''of legitimate
supervision of corporations wllf repent 11.
CAMBRIDGE MAN TO TAKE
CHAIR AT BELLEVUE COLLEGE
George Hamilton! A. B., Wires Ac
ceptance of Position of Latin
Instruction at Bellern.
George ' Hamilton, A. 11., of Cambridge
university, England baa wired lis accept
ance of the chair of Latin at Bellsvus
college. Mr. Hamilton was -educated in
America . and received his degree with
Jionor at Cambridge 'university? and later
passed a year at Oxford university.
Ha la 'tha son of. James MoClure Hamil
ton, the celebrated American portrait
painter, and Is yet a young man, though
a distinguished scholar. 1 Ha has acquired
a knowledge of French and Italian through
living in thoso countries.
It was largely through the efforts of
Frank Crawford, an attbrny of Omaha,
that Mr. Hamilton waa secured for Belle
vue, as Mr. and Mrs. Crawford met Mr.
Hamilton abroad and urged him to coma
BIG .TOURING CAR IS STOLEN
P. (. Ehlrr LoatoSjAato fVnlle Stop
plnat for Several Minnies ta
Y. M. C. A. Ilitldln.
In tha space of several minuses, while
P, H. Ehlcrs, Thirty-second and Castellar
streets, waa In the. Young Men's.' Christian
association building! his big Chalmers tour
ing car was atolen from the street In front
Saturday evening. Mr. Ehlera expressed as
his belief that some mischievous youth pos
sessing an auto key took the machine for a
joy ride. Tha auto tarried tha number 6688
Nebraska and had a top and glass front.
Cured by Lydia E. Pick
Milwaukee, ml "Lydia E. Tint
tarn's Veiwtable Compound has maua
me a well woman,
and I would like to
of It I Buffered
from female troubla
and fearful painstn
my back. 1 had the
best doctors and
they all decided
that I had a tumor
in addition to my
female trouble, ana
advised an opera
tion. T.vrila. V..
llnkham's Vegetable Compound made
me a weu woman ana 1 nave- no more
backache. I hope I can help others by
telling them what Lydia E. llnkham's
Vegetable Compound has done for
me." Mrs. Exj&aIxsx, 8S3HrotSt,
The above Is only one of the thou
sands of grateful letters which are
eonstantly beinj received by the
Mnkham Medicine Company of Lvnn.
Maa.,which prove beyond a doubtlhat
Lydia E. llnkham's Vegetable Com.
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate dis
eases of women after all other means
have failed, and that every such suf.
ring woman owes It to herself to at
least give Lydia E. llnkham's Vegeta
ble Compound a trial before submit
ting to an operation, or giving up
hotm of recovery. -
Airs. lMnkham, of Lynn, Ma.
invites all sick women to write
her for advice, She Las fruldcd
thousands to health and her
vdvloe is free.
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MARS DROPS INTO THE BAY
Claimi to Have Fallen from Ifeifht
of Five Hundred Feet. J
IN AIR BIPLANE GOES WHpSQ
Aviator Tells the Itory of Wis
from tha Bar H
fata Waters of New Vvrlc v
llarnvr. . V
NEW YORK, Aug. 2S.(8pecJal TeftV
urn i ii.) J. C. Mure, til aviat'ir. plunged
(00 feet through space yesterdayi landln'
in Ambrose channel at the footi of N;
York bay and Fort Hamilton. The tV)'
hose power motor on the flying machine
Mara was fished out Of the water un
hurt, by a tugboat and Me Curtis sight
cylinder flyer was picked up a wreck. Mr.
Mara said: :,
"As tha heavy biplane struck the water
( was hurled from my seat, through the
forward plan and Into the watfic.. The
machine turned turtle, pinning JJli.;Wdr
(he surface planes. My first thtWhT-'was
to get clear of the wreckage aujr tors
through the rubberised cloth - and - wire
stays until I got to the surface then a
boat came to my assistance. '
"Before the accident which wd imy
(light, I had covered fifteen niOealiitya
wind, which buffeted the aeroplane' from
side to side. I was three miles off shore
when ( passed Manhattan beach and waa
completing a wide circle, when I neartd
Quarantine Island In the lower bay. My
Intention was to land at Fort Wadsworth
and then cross the narrows to Brooklyn.
' I'n Five Hundred Feet.
"Aa near as I could figure 1 waa up SOD
feet when one of the cylinders missed
fire. The trouble became worse and I
leaned over In my seat to Inspect the en
gine. Aa I leaned forward I kept the front
tilting planes pointed upward so that the
biplane arose steadily In the air. In this
way I plowed ahead at the rat of abo-it
lxty miles an hour.
"At an altitude of 800 feet I decided to
presa the emergency oil clutch, which Is
operated from the foot rest In front of the
planes. My right foot bore down on the
rod, which I didn't Know had been bent
As the rod gave way before th pressure,
t noticed a spark, and then th machine
stopped. I knew that I bad short circuited
"Tha downward plunge began with a terri
fic rush at an angle of forty-five degrees.
This gave me speed enough to get the for
ward planes tilted for what I believed
would b a smooth landing on tha surface
of th water. My aeroplane was equipped
with a hydro-plan and two water tight
pontoons. Within 109 feet of th water I
prepared for a landing, but instead of being
sbl to gild 'with th hydro-plane, I was
carried to the water with lightning speed.
Under the Wreckage.
"Th skidding wheels under th aero
plan struck th water with a splaah, which
tilted the planea so far over that I was
catapulated through th heavy cloth planea,
and In a moment I felt th weight of the
engine on top of me. With the heavy
leather coat which I wore In my flight I
v. a hardly able to break through th
wreckage above me. In th half minute
I was under water I used all my strength.
"In th struggle I punctured my life belt,
but I finally managed to gtt to th surface
of th water. Then I dlaoarded my coat
and th puttees which helped to weigh me
down. By thla tlm a boat from th ler-rit-Chapman
wracking tug Hustler, Cam
alongside and Captain Tanner : threw out
a lifeline. I thanked him for his services,
asked him to bring th tug alongsld to
.raia th aeroplane. Than I dived a second
time, carrying with m a rope, which I
tied to th engine. Th tug itme alongside
and w mad an attempt to raise th bi
plane. As th hawser became taut It
snapped again, hurling th aeroplane Into
"It was after I had dived at least four
times that I managed to get a heavy rope
placed so that w were finally able to save
what waa left of the aeroplane. W placed
th . wreck on th tug and sent It back to
WALNUT HILL WITHOUT WATER
Water Main Bursts Twenty Feet
Under Ground, Making Repair
Slow Because of Dancer.
Residents In Walnut Hill found their
water supply cut off at o'clock Satur
day morning because of th breaking of
a six Inch main leading from th Walnut
Ull station on Fortieth and Lafayette
west out Hamilton street, at Hamilton
Tha engineer of th water company was
unable to determine, up to S o'clock Sat
urday night when th work of repairing
It stopped, whether th leak waa caused
by a crack in tha pip or because of a
plug blowing out No work was don laat
night because of th danger of falling
dirt, to the men in th ditch, but at day
light Sunday morning th work la to be
The pipe In queatlon had been laid alx
feet deep but afterward a big fill was
mad at thla point and now It Is some
nineteen or twenty feet deep. Bervlc will
probably b resumed by noon Sunday,
CURE FOR CANCER DISCOVERED
Dr. Gllmaa f Philippine Service
Claims . Treatment tr Vaccina
tion that la Snceeaafnl.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28. Special Tele
gram.) Army and navy surgeons have re
ceived report of th preparation of a vac
cine for th Inhibition and cur of cancer
by Or. P. K. Oilman of th PhlUsI ?sr
vie. Dr. Gllman has been worKlhgMipon
thla subject for three year anu -Jim -devoted
himself diligently to th study of
cancer. He has tried hi vaoclnAeS.rmore
than fifty case, and of thes twenty-wer
There is nothing at thla thne on th army
records telling of Dr. Oilman's experiments,
but a full report will be made later, and
It will be communicated In tha regular way
to th medical profession through a medi
PETITION QUESTIONS NOMINEE'S
Jeremiah Howard Clrenlatea . Peti
tion AaklnaT View of ..:. U .
Jeremiah Howard, late candidate for state
senator, la circulating a petition wlj(l(, JtU
proposed to present to th candidates for
th offices of stat senator and representa
tive, when several thousand signatures have
been secured to It. The petition calls upon
the nominees of all th parties to 'lnform
Its signers what attitude theypect to
take on th Initiative and referendum and
th recall bill, th arbitration bill and th
minimum wag scale bill. In ,th event
that th nominees do not expect to favor
thes bills In th legislature th signer of
the petition agree to refuse to support
A Frlarhtful Kaperteni -
with biliousness, malaria and ronstlpatiori
Is quickly overcome by taking tr. King's
New Ufa Pills. SSc, For sal by Beaton
Drug Co. ,
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand
Americans Are Bow Waiting;
to Come Back.
NEW YORK, Aug. 2S-(8peclal Telegiam )
Thei al v lbV.UWl Americana In fclutope who
must be brought back to New York within
tli next two inuiitiia a no a halt.
Ifut several luuiitns wvery stateroom and
berth on th biy shlpr ImS been reserved.
Th rush tot return aucununodatiuus be
gun a sown as th flood tide of travel
eastward had got well under way. tio
tieiisied was the demand lot lata August
and September accommodation tnat pa
trons of th steamsmp lines soon round
themselves torueo to tak either a vary
early or very late booking.
At present every possible vessel that can
be presxed Into serviu I being lined up
in Liverpool. London, Antwerp, Amster
dam, Havre and othet main porta of th
British Islet and th continent ready to
load with a record list for tills aid. Such
ships a th Rotterdam of th Holland
Aniericao line, Kaiserln August Victoria uf
th Hamburg-American Una Kaiser WII
helm II uf tiir North German L,luyd line,
L.a Proveiiu ol the Flench line and l.usi
tanla and Mauietaula uf the Cumtrd line,
all ar bound Westward with over l.UMU pas
sengers each, n. their first and second
cabins. Vessels uf lesser sis are currying
capacity llstk ana are running their figures
tor traveler vxoiuuiv uf tuird Class and
steerage, up u- HUU uui sou, a record here
tofore unprecedented. Never In the his
tory uf shipping has ther been such a
busy yea i as this one. In U07 It was
supposed that the limit of travel had been
reached, but th 1910 figures far outstrip
those tit three year ajro. Thos high up
In every company agree to this and well
they may, for th compiled figure prove it
Until th end of October or well Into
November th rush will contlnu. By thai
time th Americans will turn to New York
or their native land as a place to spend
th winter, will be back In their old
haunts, and skippers, officers, stewards,
customs men and steamships may fall
back for a breathing spell during th heavy
For First Time Words Are Ticked Off
from a Point Five Hundred Feet
Above the Earth.
NEW YORK. Aug. 28. (Special Tele
gram. ) The first wireless message ever
sent from an aeroplane was ticked off 500
feet above th ground yesterday by T. D. A.
McCurdy, a pioneer aviator, and received
upon terra flrma by Horace M. Morton, tor
several years assistant to Dr. Ds Forrest.
Th message read:
H. M. Morton: Another chapter In
aerial achievement Is recorded In sending
thla mesaag from an aeroplane In flight.
, , McCURIY.
Mr. McCurdy Is a wireless, as well as a
Morse operator. Th difficulties have been
to find a man who could $o both. Hun
dreds of person watched the feat and in
th gathering darkness th electrio spark
from the sending machln on the aeroplane
looked Ilk. Jagged streaks of lightning.
HAPPY .HOLLOW WINS AT GOLF
Local Men Beat Connoll Blaffs Play
ers by B1 Score.
By a score of 40 to 10 In tha Nassau sys
tem of scoring, th Happy Hollow golfers
beat the Council Bluffs men at the Happy
Hollow club: Saturday afternoon. Seven
Happy. Hollow players won by straight
points, whereas not a alngle Council Bluffs
man could attain that distinction.
Following were the scores:
W. Sharer 3
E. A. Nordstrom... t
H. Sturdevant 8
M. W. Gahan 1
K. F. Reed
C. V. Kimball
A. E. Brock.......
K. K. Klmberly..
B. N. Holiertson.
W. J. Credon
A. R. Wells
J. O. Welsh
B. W. Tandy
W. B. Bhepard..
R. A. Flnley
K. T. Manning..
W. E. Rhoades..
J. W. Lovsren...
Si Paul tfcott
1 John Camp
X G. Rleder
1 F. Brets
2 J. P. Christiensen.
0 E. P. Schoentgen..
2iA. C. Keller
1 Roy Palmer
IR. P. Robinson
XIH. L. Measner
A. P. Murtaugh
2 Ned Empkl.
T. H. Ross.
2.P. addoit-..M 0
FOR A UNION OF CHURCHES
Methodists, Presbyterians and Con-
. srearatlonallata of Canada Fight
Under - On Banner.
, VICTORIA, B. ' C., Aug. 27. (Special
Telegram.) Th Canadian General MethOr
diet conference In session her declared last
night by an overwhelming ' majority In
favor of basis of church union, whereby
th Methodists, .Presbyterian and Congre
gatfanallsts in the dominion may unite un
der on denomination to b known as th
Union church. Th union ha already been
agreed upci by the other two churches.
LLOYD 0RISC0M ARRESTED
Chairman of Repnblicnn Connty Coen.
mlttee of New York Charged with
BRIDGEPORT. Conn.. Aug. 28. Lloyd C.
Qrtscom, chairman of tha republican county
OomiuUtee of New York, who has a sum
mer residence at Greenfield Hills, was ar
rested In this city last night, charged with
overspeedlng his automobile. Mr. Grisoom
gave a bond for his appearance In court
Th Yoanar Idea
Great efforta ar mad in the detention
school to teach th boya manliness; to point
out to them the possibilities tnat oome wun
clean living and with striving for th big
and noble things In life.
"My boys, be big. Inside," said one of the
teachers the other day, putting her hand
over her heart as she spoke. Then she told
tha little chaps a story about on of Lin
coln's deads of nobleness, and wound up her
address by writing on th blackboard:
"Lincoln waa a big man Inside."
After the lesson one of th smallest boys
In th school went up to th blackboard and
added thla paragraph:
"Yes, Lincoln waa a big man inside, but
Taft la a big man outside." Cleveland Plain
Cold Near Alliance.
ALLIANCE, Neb.. Aug. 28.-(Speclal.)-A
aever frost waa experienced throughout
thla district Wednesday night, which killed
all young vegetables and also a large
amount of corn. C. C. Smith report half
an Inch of to on a barrel of water that
was standing outald on hi ranoh about
sis miles east of her.
A Uasirssi Wonnd
rendered antiseptic by Bucklen's Arnica
Salv, th healing wonder for sores, burns,
piles. ( ecsema and salt rheum, 23c. For
sal by Beaton Drug Co.
. Th Key to th Situation Be Want Ads.
OFFICIAL VOTE IN STATE
Figures Show Dahlmtn's Majority
Over Governor 304.
AID RICH LEADS Cij'OY BY 4,911
Senator Barkett' Beevre Plurality
f 111,073 Over Who, Ion -Hitchcock's
Lead Over' Metcalfe
Official figure were cs, npUed at the of
fice of the secretary of s, at yesterday on
ninety-one counties forfait officers save
attorney general, land- oommjRslonar and
railway commissioner. Th . official can
vass In Douglas county was finished vV
terday on th republican and democrat! .
tickets. ! .v i
Th figure make Mayor Dahlman'a ma
jority ovar Governor Bhallennerger S04, and
Aldrloh's majority over" Cady, 4,911. Elmer
J. Burkett's plurality over Charles O.
Whedon Is 12,075. Q. M. Hitchcock re
ceived 17,171 mora votes for United Status
senator than did R. L. "Metcalfe. Alfred
Sorenson of Omaha received 1155' votes In
return for his filing fee'. ' "
Addison Walt's rriajorlt for ' "secretary
of stat over J. J.' Ryder' is 1,657.
Victor Wilson has approximately 200 ma
jority over Ben. llaydvn ' for l ' th ' populist
nomination for railway comm.tsslohr. ' ,
Complete official .figures ', available on
the republican and democratlo tickets are
a follows:. .
UNITED STATES -8JEJIAT.OR..
C. O. Whedon (rep.X... 9,W7
Elmer J. Burkett (rep.J.......L 21.W2
C. E. Adams (rep. )".........;... 1.. 4,(W1
Thomas M. C. Birmingham (rep.).... 1,794
Gilbert M. HltcbROOt,.ldam w..... 29,38?
Willie E. Reed (dem.). 5,7'J
Kienara L,. Metcalfe (dem.)
Alfred Sorenaon (rep.).,.......-..
Charles H. Aldrleh ijW.... J0.B21
William Elmer Low (rep)..-.. 3,8As
Addison E. Cady (rep. )......... 16.61S
James C. Dahlman (ilem ). ............. 27,591
Ashton C. Shallonberger (dem.) 27,287
Walter Johnson (rep.)...T....;.. .15,670
M. R. Hopewell (rep.) 21,943
Ralph E. Clark (dem ). .....an 21,598
William H. Green (dem.X... 20.2S2
Sl-iCRETARY . OF STATE.
Addison Walt (rep.) 19,196
J. J. Ryder (rep.).........:........ 17,539
Charlea W. Pool (dem.V.....f..... 21,?:
Dr. A. T. GuUwood, dero,). 19.756
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC. ACCOUNTS.
Silas R. Barton (rep,)...,. 3!,585
P. J. Hewitt (dem.)..;..... 20,208
O. E. Bernerker (dem.)....,.,............ 16,638
STATE TREASURER." .
Walter A. George (rep.)........i..i... J4.0S6
F. J. Sadllek (rep.) 11.676
Phelps D. Sturdevantridem.)...; 11,82
3. H. McGiriey (dem.). ...... ........ 4,546
Ueorge K. Hall (dtra.).j 1. ......... 19,746
8UPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Frank S. Perdue (rep.) 13,426
James W. Crabtree (rep.).......'........ 24.817
William R. Jackson'(dera.).....i...;.... 24.S34
Charles Arnott (dem.) U9HS
Other Party Tickets. .
Official figures fop .ninety-one counties,
exclusive of Douglas, ' on the populist, so
cialist and prohlbttlort candidates ar as
UNITED STATES SENATOR.
Willis E. Reed (pop.)....'...A;i. 299
Gilbert M. Hitchcock (pop )..-.. 1,:61
Richard L. Metcalfe (Ind )..... 1,216
T. M. C. Birmingham fpop.).?.'.. 203
T. M. C Birmingham (pronto.) 42
' GOVERNOR,,,, , ,,
George T. Wright (prohlb.),.-. ? 454
Clyde J. Wright (soc.). 717
Ashton C. Shallenberger (pop.). ...... ..:'"S,1U5
, LIEUTENANT" GOVERNOR. l
William H. Green (pop.) : ':'. ..(,;.".'... . A 1.461
Ralph A. Clark (pop.).l.iv.-..t...i 1,334
Samuel Liebty (prohib.Xv.f1.nw. , 466
George L. Slutter (soc.). !:,.. .7..... . 735
. ;,; "8ECRETARY t3'",ft'f ATE1.
MosM.H:' Wltfstruek pv!0b.,..;..'l.VA -v- 436
Charles W. Pool (pop.)., .. ikm-m, ....- .1,363,
Dr. A. T. Gatewood (popO, 1.475
John A. Aeshlng (soc.)..:..?....!........ 732
AUDITOR OF.F0BEICACCO,UNT8. !
P. J. Hewitt (pop.) I.... ...!.'.:" 1,564
O. H. Bernlckar (pop.),... 7.-jvi. .........; 1,23
Charles J. Lambert (oo.). . .733
STATE TREASURER. ,, ,; . j
Gorg E. Hara (ppp.)....,.."..i t'H
I SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
William R. Jackson (pop.).....;....,.... I,gn
Charles Arnott (pop.). ..;..... - 9u?
Kathrln C. Jeftryes (soc.)-............ - 736
Republican, for 11,006
Republican, against (,161
Democrat, for........... : ; 8,MS(
Demoorat, against. ...... ....v..,... 9,
fopuilit, tor l.uaj
Populist, against 4&
f ronioiuon, tor zti.
Official isn Itat fenators.
' Following is th vote on candidates for
state senators reported officially to the sec
retary of stat:
First district.. W. T. Johnson, ret).. 967:
O. E. Hall, dem., 468; J. H. Morehead, pop., '
Second dirstrlct. L. A. varner, rep.. 1.199:
W. It. Talcott, dem., 1,029 W. 1L Talcott,
pop., 69. ,
Fifth district, Alex Laverty, rep., (66;
E. E. Placek, dem., 1,323; E. E. Plaoek,
pop., 69. . . .
ueventn aisirict, a. cj. umun, rep., oa;
M. S. Wilcox, dem.,
Eighth district G. W. Wlltse, rep., 1,819:
J. M. Talcott, dem., 1,801; Nick Frits, dem.,
L067; J. M. Talcott, pop., 100;
Kintn aistnci, a. a. emun, rep., sui; j
D Hatfield, dem, 591 ;C A, Barne. dem..
679; J. D. Hatfield, pop., 138.
Tenth district, a. H. isriggs. rep.. K:
Fred Volpp, dem., 1,176.
Eleventh district, cnas. mclooo. rep..
85; L. W. Henry, dem., (68; P. H. Kohl,
Twelfth district, tJ. noare, rep., bob; l.
L. Albert, dem., 1,46.
Thirteenth district, W. A. Gobi, rep.,
841; J. B. Lee, dem., 733; J. B. L, pop.,
121 ' " L
Fourteenth district. W. H. Reynolds, rep.,
890: Frank Currle, rep., 719; W. E. Haley.
dem., 1,227; W. F. Wasmund. Pop., 98.
Fifteenth district, W. b. Mattley, rep.,
608; M. L. Fries, rep., 726: J. OI1IS, Jr.,
894; J. A. OIIIh, jr., pop., 320.
Sixteenth district. Charles Clark, rep.,
60s; A. P. Cuiley, rep., 4JZ; O. F. Bodinson,
dem., 790; C. F. Bodinson, pop., 128.
Seventeenth district. M. T. Garlow, rp.,
672; J. H. Buhrman, oam., C6; J. H. Buhr
man, dem., 906; J. H. Buhrman, pop., 93.
Eighteenth dlBtrlct. J. II. Kemp, rep.,
623; 1). Stephenaon, rep., 848; G. B. Sohlller,
dem., 790; G. E. Sehtller, pop., 129.
Nineteenth district, C. E. Davenport, rep.,
853; C. M. Bklles, dem., 1,148.
Twenty-third district, Henry Dlckman,
868; J. P. Thiessen, rep., 178; W. C. Lin,
rep,. 728; We Pickens, dom., 1,044.
Twenty-fourth district. C. C. Smith, rep.,
1.049; Herman Dlers, dem., 1,181; Herman
Dlers, pop.. 24.
Twenty-fifth district, J. M. Cos-, rep.,
722; Martin Hansen, dem., 8S1; Martin Han
sen, pop., 174.
Twenty-sixth district. J. B. McGraw. rep.,
1.074; A. L. Heureux, dem., 974; A. L.
Heureux, pop., 141.
Twenty-alxth district, J. B. . McGraw.
rep., 1,074; A. L. Heuruv, dem., 974; A. L.
Heureuv, pop.t 141.
Twenty-eighth district, 11. A. Cox., rep.,
913; P. C. Funk. dem.. 613; J. W. MArlett,
dem., 444; P. C. Funk, pop., 144; H. W.
Marlett, pop., 149. ' '
Twenty-ninth district, J. C. Garnmlll, rep.,
857; John E. Cordcal, ,rep-, 1,034; George
Sayer, pop., 6.
Thirtieth diatrtot. W. A. Stewart, rep.,
1 242; W. B. Hoagland. rep., 1.538; N. lie
Cabe, dem., 116; M. Holmea, dem., 86; IS..
Holmes, pop., 27; E. H. Serson. dam., 1
No Popallat on Merrill Ahatrart.
The abatract of th vote aent In by
County Clerk C. D. Casper of Morrill
county Indicates that' possibly th popu
list vots for governor waa counted In th
democratic column. No populist rot ap
fear on th abstract, but on th returns
on candidates for congress th vote are
designated aa follows: "Shumway, demo
crat, Ao;" Dean, democrat. Ac;" Tayor,
democrat, Ac." Th "Ac" doe not appear
after th name of any other -candidate,
simply th word democrat, following th
names of both Dahlman and Sliallen
berger. Th total vol cast for candidate
for governor was 830 and for the candi
date for congreaa 115. Tha "Ac," which
follows the names of the candidates for
congress Is tsken to mean by fterretary
Junkln, democrats and pnpullat. In Morrill
county Dahlman received 86 votea and
Shallenberger, 8S; Taylor, 30; Dean, 27;
Shumway, 29. Th total vots of th
county was not given.
After a throe-day recount of th vote
cast In Lancaster county, the canvassing
board found that James C. Dahlman and
Governor A. C. Shallenberger had each lost
27 votea, ao that the mayor's lead Is the
earn aa was given by th official returns.
Dahlman maintains his lead of 631 vrtes,
as was reported when th canvassing
board made Its official return. Four pre
cincts were recounted Saturday morning,
Including th two known aa Nemaha and
precincts B. and C of the Fifth ward.
When th board had completed th re
count th governor and Mayor Jim had
each lost 27 votea.
Th governor's total vote Is now 1,838
Instead of 1,366, and Mayor Jim's vote Is
1.869 Instead of 1.896.
(Continued from First Page.)
C. C. Belden.
W. W. Bingham.
J. B. Blanchard.
Frank M. Blinh.
A ired Bloom.
J. F. Bloom.
8. P, Bostwick.
E. E. Brando.
H. A. Broberg
C B. Brown.
Randall K. Brown.
W. C. Bullard.
Byron G. Burbank.
Samuel Burns, Jr.
II. i. Byrne.
O. W. Clabaugh.
8. 8. Caldwell.
Will A. Campbell.
Geo. L. Campen.
I. W. Carpenter.
J. Clarke Colt.
W. A. Smith.
N. A. Sptesberger.
Adolph G. Stori.
T. F. Stroud.
Judg John J. Sulli
van. W. C. Sunderland.
N. P. Swanson.
F. A. Taggart.
F. W. Thorne.
Nelson T. Thorson.
John W. Towle.
Judge A. C. Troup.
John C. Trouton.
H. A. Tukey.
Dr. John H. Vance.
A. J. Vlerllng.
K. D. Wead.
George F. West.
Kllery H. Westfield.
R. V. Cole.
J. s. Whit.
George J. 8. Collins Dr. O. W. Williams.
T. L. Combs. Frank H. Woodland
I. E. Congdon. w. R. Wood.
George W. Craig. John O. Yelser.
Frank Crawford. Conrad H. Young.
Thomas crelgh. Dr. O. Alexander
Willis C. Crosby. Young.
M. O. Cunningham. Isldor Zlegler.
C. M. Davis. Edgar H. Allen.
T. L. Davis. Dr. C. C. Allison.
Robert Dempster. e. M. Anlreesn.
J. J. Deright. b. L. Baldwin.
Judge C. T. Dleklnsonjoseph Barker.
John T. Dillon. Milton T. Barlow.
R. J. Dinning. A. J. Beaton.
A. V. Dresner. Charlea D. Beaton.
O. W. Dunn. Charlea K. Black.
Charles 8. Elgutter. John S. Brady.
james 1-. unguan. Kmll Branrtel.
G. F. Kpeneter.
H. Hugo Branrints.
N. P. Fell.
Dr. Palmer Flndley.
W. J. Foye.
E. W. Gannett.
J. K. George.
J. M. Glllan.
Dr. W. O. Bridgea.
F. A. Brogan.
E. E. Bruce).
W. H. Btichols.
T. C. Byrne.
V. B. Caldwell.
F. L. Campbell.
Dr. Robert Gllmore.
Thomas L. Godfrey. Clement Chnae.
Charles A. Goss,
C. Z. Gould.
A. P. Gulou.
Ross L. Hammond.
D. M. Haverly.
Dr. W. O. Henry.
C. E. Herring.
Charles R. Courtney.
John C. Cowln.
William M. Davidson
F. H. Davis.
Charles L. Deuel.
H. O. Edwards.
John F. Flack.
E. A. Hlnricha,
Dr. R. R. Hoi lister.
J W. Holmqulst.
Dr. B. Holovtchlner. jay D. Foster.
J. C. French.
W. B. Howard.
F. S. Howell ,
G. W. Johnston.
L. B. Johnson. '
R: C. Jordan.
Samuel. Kats, .
Georg II. Kellev
Charles C. Oeorge.
J. M. Guild.
O. L. Hammer.
' Joseph Hayden.
C. S. Hayward.
. M. Hitchcock,...
H. C. Row.
Frank A. Kennedy.
Dr. C. A. Hull.
Judge Howard Kn- Charles Watson Hull.
nedy. A.. M. Jeffrey.
Wm. I. Klerstead. Dr. A. F. Jonas.
James C. Kinsler. George A. Joslyn.
Thomas K. KimbaiL Frank 8. Keogh
O. D. Klpllnger.
James E. Kelby.
F. 8. Knapp.
A. C. Kugel.
John G Kuhn.
Dr. H.- B. Lemer,
H. T. Iemlst
A. V. Kinsler.
F. P. KIrkendall.
W. H. Koenig.
J. R. Lehmer.
Dr. 3. P. Lord.
A. J. Love.
C. F. McOrew.
Judg Charlea Lesll.));. L McShan.
8. W. Lindsay. F. M. Martin.
C. O. Lobeck. Thomas H. Matter.
Howard G. Looml. 8. FT" Miller.
John L. McCSgu. A. I Mohler.
Dr. H. M. MoClan- e. M. Mors man.
ahan. Fred Mets.
F. R. MeConnell. , f. A. Nash.
T. W. MeCullough. Wolter T. Page.
R. H. Manley. E. P. Peck.
B. F. Marshall. George N. Peck.
v. w. Martin. H. J. perroifl.
David H. Mercer,
W. 8. Poppleton.
A. L. Reed.
C. N. Robinson
8. R. Rush.
George E. Mickel.
Dr. W. F. Mllroy.
Harley G. Moorhead. J. A. Sunderland,
H. B. Morrill.
K. H. Scott.
C. D. Mullen.
P. B. Myers.
Frank J. Norton.
D. J. O'Brien.
Dr. F. 8. Owen.
B. C. Page.
George H. Payne.
K. C. Peters.
J. O. Phllllppt.
Oscar J. Pkkard,
H. I. Plumb.
J. B. Porter.
C. E. Spens.
T. E. Stevens.
Edwin T. Swob.
-N. B. Updlk.
Wm. P.. Warner.
John L. Webster.
H. P. Weller.
B. T. White.
H. P. Whitmore,
W. U Yetter.
H. W. Yates.
John C. Wharton.
Clark G. Powell.
Geo. E. Prttchett.
Judg Wm. A. Redlck.N. P. Dodge. Jr.
James p. Redman. John M Daugherty.
Dr. C. O. Rich.
F. W. Judson.
C. H. T. Rlepen.
Thro. Ii. Rlngwalt.
A. 8. Rltchl.
John W. Robblns.
J. H. Robertson.
Geo. F Gllmora. .
A. C. Kennedy.
E. A. Benson.
E. U. Graff.
W. A. Foater.
B. H. Roblson.
Dr. B. B. Davis.
Several place ar still being held open
for those who have been absent from the
olty, or for soma special reason have been
unable to respond promptly. Tha committee
request that all delayed acceptance be
sent In Immediately, because th list must
now b closed.
The commttta expects to hold a meeting
today to settle upon some minor details
of th arrangements.
BOX PARTY FOR SIX VETERANS
Orphenm Management - Arrange t
Entertain Union Army Men at
Tnaaday Evening? Performance,
Th management of the Orpheum theater
1 to entertain a bog party of union army
veterans at th Tuesday evening perform
ance at that playhouse. Th party I to
enable th veteran to witness on of th
acts upon th week's bill, a musical num-.
ber put on by four union and two confed
erate veterans. Those who ar to make
up th party and who will wear th full
Grand Army of th Republic uniform ar:
J. A. Dempster. W. W. Eastman, J. W.
Foley, J. a Hobb. E. W. Johnson and E.
Lrxlnrton Man Killed by Hum.
LEXINGTON, Neto., Aug. 28. (Special.)
Yesterday afternoon the bora which
Camilla Glllett waa riding becam fright
ened at an automobile. The animal
reared and then fell backwards on top
of young Glllett, knocking him uncon
scious. He was carried to th office of
th barn wher Dr. Baker and Wade
attended him. Mr. Glllett died at 4 o'clock
thla morning, having never regained con
sciousness. . When tb digestion la all ignt, th actio,
of th bowels regular, ther I a natural
craving and relish for food. When this Is
lacking you may know that you need a do
of Cbambarlaln'a Stomach and Liver Tab
lata They strengthen th dlgestlv organ.
Improve th appetite and reguiat to
towel. old by all dealers. . -..1
REGENTS ENDORSE NO ONE
Give Out Statement in Connection
with Eecent Primaries.
FAnr POLITICAL HEADQUARTERS
Both Partlr Ranert to Maintain
Them at Lincoln Darin- Exhi
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Aug. 28.-(Speclat.)-Offlclale
of the state university hsv not endorsed
any candidate for any office, regardless of
the campaign that I being mad ty certain
candidates. A member of th Board of
"Th university Is not In politics and
It will not be dragged Into politic It th
Board of Regents can keep It out. W
hav endorsed no candidate for th logla
latur or any other offlc and If any candi
dal Is running, supposedly with th back
ing of th officials of th Institution, he Is
doing so on his own responsibility and
without any authority whatever from the
regents. Th university Is the school of
th people and for th people regardless
of politics and it desire the friendship and
support of all parties and all men and we
believe it ha that' friendship and w ar
willing to trust Its future to th legislature,
without making any special effort In be
half of any man or set of men."
In Lancaster county one candidate for
th legislature poed as the special friend
of the stat university and promised If
elected to work for batter athletic field
and large appropriations. Th Board of
Regent, howevar, while appreciating the
friendship of all candidate desires It dis
tinctly understood that it Is not behind the
candidacy of any nominee for th legisla
ture In Lancaster or. any other county.
Political Ilrado. Darters at Fair.
Both the republican and th democratlo
stat committees will have tent and head
quarters on the atrte fair grounds this
year, the same as last year. Lee Matthews
has been designated to arrange for th
demooratic headquarter and Clyde Barnard
will look after the opening of the republi
can headquarters. Th two candidate for
aenator and for governor have been In
vited to speak during th fair. Acceptances
hav bean received from Senator Burkett
and C. H. Aldrleh, but Congresaman Hitch
cock and Mayor Dahlman hav not yet
replied to th Invitation.
V. S. Naval Display at Fair.
On of th Interesting small exhibits at
th stat fair, September 6 to 9, especially
to the old soldiers, who are to be admitted
on their Grand Army button on Monday,
will be the navy exhibit In th south wing
of Mercantile hall.
The Navy department, ha forwarded to
Lieutenant Commander Ivan T. Wetten
gel for this exhibit the following:
First; The principal exhibit consists of
the Navy department's model of the U.
S. S. Oregon.. First clasa battleship; dis
placement, 10,288 tone; speed, 16.79 knota;
armament, four thirteen-inch, eight eight
Inch, four six-inch, twenty slx-pounders,
two one-pounders and two Colts' guns;
built by In Union Iron Work, San ran
cisco. Cal.; first commissioned in I.196. Tnis
model Is complete In every detail and Is
an exact copy In miniature of this famous
vessel at the tlm It mad the voyage from
San Francisco to Santiago S Cuba at th
beginning of the Spanlsh-Amerlc&n war, a
distance of 16,000 miles in sixty-eight days,
a feat that up to that time had never been
attempted by a modern battleship.
Second: A large photograph of th V.
S. 8. North Dakota. Th largest and
moat heavily armed battleship In th
United State navy. Comparing th North
Dakota - and the Oregon on can see
the advance in battleship construction In
the last fifteen year.
. Third: Photographs , of . the 1 following
named vessels of the navy, Nebraska, Mis
souri, West Virginia, Tennessee, Brooklyn
Fourth; Plotur ahowlng th kind and
sites of shells and powder charges used
In naval guns and the maimer of testing
Fifth : Track nhart of th World show
ing the voyages mad by th United States
fleets and squadrons auring in year tuvi
to 1909. ...
In addition to the above ther will be a
number of articles of hlstorlo Interest
which hav been loaned to tha exhibit by
navy men now residing In' Nebraska.
Many Corporation glow Par
Though only fly day until corporations
which have not paid their annual occupa
tion tax become delinquent, there still re
mains between 1,000 and 1.200 which hav
not remitted to the secretary of tat. Many
of the big corporations got In today and re
ceived their permit to do business for an
other year. The Rock Island railroad has
not paid Its tax for th last year yet,
though a penalty attache to any violation
of lth law. September 1 th corporation
Whfch hav not paid ar subject to a pen
alty of 810 and If the fe Is not paid by
November 80 at 4 o'clock p. m. th corpora
tion cease to exist tipon th proclamation
of the governor. .
Nw Bond Required.
' Th Canton Bridge company, which ha a
contract to construct a bridge at Valley,
will hav to give a bond other than that
written by a. nonresident agent. Th bond
was written by an agent of tb Empire
Stat Surety company who live at Kansas
City, though th company has authority to
do business In this state. When Objection
was raised to th bond by th association
of bond agents In Nebraska, th oompany
wrote to the state auditor that Inasmuch
aa both the Canton Bridge company and
th Empire State Surety company war
foreign companies, th nonresident agent
statute had nor been violated. Auditor Bar
ton submitted the question to Attorney Gen
eral Thompson, who held th law had been
Railway Employe In State.
Following ar th number of railway em
ployes in Nebraska, a shown In annual re
ports to th Nebraska Stat Railway com
mission for th fiscal years ending Jun 80,
1908 and 1909;
General officer 179 110
Other officer 66 99
General office clerks.. 2,820 1,826
Other station men.,..
Section foremen ....
,fi 947 ....
1,765 1,820 ....
1.044 961 ....
Mil ,;o: 1,091
- 960 tt ....
All other employe.... 2,470 I. da 1,164
........ a,170 ,90O 2,969 948
LEXINGTON, Neb., Aug-. -(8pecIal.)
Th Dawson County Instltut closed Friday,
having had th largest enrollment In th
history of th county.' Mis Frailer of Al
liance had charge of the primary work.
Prof. O. W. Nal of th Kearney normal
presented arithmetic didactic and had a
special exhibit of picture. Thse picture
wer placed on th wall of th assembly
room, and each day an. hour wa given
to th atudy of thee painting and th
painter. Prof. Dtckeraon wa In chargLof
th penmanship and drawing. Buperlntend-
lent Delssll conducted the classes In gogra
Ki.hv arrammar and history. County BuDer-
Intendent J A. linger wa In charg.
Brakeman Killed at Belmont.
ALLIANCE. Neb., Aug. . (Special.)
About 7 o'clock Friday evening J. W. Hag
gard, employed by th Burlington railroad
aa a brakeman, 'was killed at Belmont. In
uncoupling ' a helper engine he In some
way fell under th pilot and was several y
Injured. He was lmmdltly rushed l 4- t
Alllanc, but died before h g'H rherA H . .
was a young man, 2S yeara of age, ami l.
father Uvea at Henrietta, Okl.
: . -1 "
.Nebraska .News Notes.
RAOAN-A heavy frost followed th tw
davs of exceptional cold for this time ol
year. Following a hot day It auddenl;
turned cold and farmer who came in towr
In th afternoon wer compelled to bo trot
coats to return home. On the lower grount
south of here the fields wer covered with
a heavy frost. '
PERI'-Th village council has let th
contract to the Miracle Pressed Stone com
pany for a new Jail. The strin tur will bs v
Ixl2 feet Inside, a single room only, and J.
will be constructed of cement blocks, wltt t
reinforced cement roof and an Iron door, J.
PERI' Th Nemaha Baptist asoclUof. ... j
comprising th counties of Nemaha. Rlrh
artlson, Johnson and Pawnee, will meet av .
Peru, September 7, 8 and 9. Delegates wlllMM
be present from all th counties named" v
and there will be a number of prominent' '
speaker from over th state, and on front '.
India. . , ,- 1
PJCRU-Edlson Pettlt has been given, lvf
scholarship In the Stat university, lie wll
take graduate work In astronomy In thai '
Institution and at the same tlm art as at'' 1
asslatant In the department of astronomy -
- . t
Halt I And coma back t 1 f
You ipeeders ar wrecking .'.
"CamHtll'i tor dlnnerr". ' 'A
That'i dttttrttUt yoi sin. . -ncr.
Speed nn, I know th ' t'. r
temptation, v, i ;,t
Yes, a "square'
meal. You may think it
funny to talk about
making a meal on.
a simple dish lice
But try it and sec. , Try
it one of these hot evenings .
when you are jaded and
grouchy ; and feci" the
need of something light and rf ,r
nourishing:. Eat .it with . ,,T0
biscuit or bread-and-butter '- x
if you like. Notice how - :
tasty and satisfyinff'it is;
and how easy you lfcp; f1
and how "snappy'" you ($1, ,
the next day. - . "..,, ,f-
- No indigestion about it. -rn
You'll say it's a square -
meal with round corners.'
21 kinds 10c a can v '"' ?:
bring to boil,
Price refunded If you
re not completely sat
isfied. I Josim CAurssLl.
Csmdcn N J
I Look for the
South End 16th Street
"HOME OF THE
FOOD FOR We" nd nervous u,tii
f. 7. who find their powsr "3 '
NERVES WOrk nd Wgor iV r
-,w gone as a result 0 vr . .
work or mental exertion should taka '
BRAT'S NKRVU FOOD PJLLB. . Th5''"
will Disks you at and lv and
II Box. S Box li.SO by Matt."
NCIaHU MoCOsTrBI.Ik DBUO 49dL
Cot. lerth and Bodg-e streets, . ...
owx. xmtro 00,
Cr. lata and sonuty tn Omaha. It.a. 1
ST. LOUIS SHOE SHIPMENTS
and Taotory Ontpnt Week of Angnst 13th.' '
Th shoe shipments from Bt. Louis for.
th week ending August 13th were '20,890
cases, and there were mad In 48 factories
488,615 pair of shoes. The market has been
filled with country buyers from tha entire -trade
territory during tha past wek.,, , .
HOTEL) AND RESOltTi.
Sylvan Lake Hotel
Near Ccster, S.a::;:s
A delightful hotel iltnated on ft
wonderful tnounUin lake amid ; .
most picturesque gurroundlngg.
Fisblng. Doatlng. - Tennis, , ,
Donkey Rides. MoanUtn-Cllmblngk
Pun air; $pltndid table; coI; fro
dom from hmj vr and dstAtns ,
Kates B14.00 10 1.00 per vtil1 '
T. J. Carroll. Mgr., Sylvan Lake. ' '
cutr, an.' v'!
Fred Postal, Pres. M. A. fthavr, Mgr,"
1125,000 expended In remodeling, furnlshlnij
and decorating. 100 rooms with hot and
cold water bath nearby, 11.00 and tip prrr
day. luo rooms with tub and shower bath,:
circulating 1c water, $2.00 and up per day,
Neweat and finest cafe In th city, with,
th moat beautiful electrical fountain In
America. Cr facilities for high class ser
ves ar unexceptional, and almllar to th
best hotels In New York. You can pay
dtubla our ratee for your accommodation,
but you cannot get anything better. s
GALA OPENING NIGHT. .
Stupendous IYoductlon00 People
Brilliant Company, X&bradlng Ada
laid, auaal Haj, Bldaey Oraat,- .
rninn rosin o bbautibt.Ki-
OTIIB HAD X.ZBB ACTS.
Matlaee loo, HSo, 6O0.
Tla-ht 16. aso, BO. Tt.
BRING TIlii MX I LL I OLkp.
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