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TTTE BEE: OMAILA, THURSDAY, SEITEMBETl 1. 1310.
ARSON HEADS IOWA LEAGUE
owa City Man Chosen President of
Commercial Club Body.
1 ! X
CANVASSERS MEET TODAY
Entries are uniformly good and extra fine
In Mock and poultry. Company B, Second
Nebraska National Ouard, has been secured
to Rive a aham battle Friday.
State Board Will Be in Session with
laellaWfl to Think Mayor Dahlmaa
Entitle to Certificate at Votes
May Send After Donglaa
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Aug. 31(8peclal.)-When the
tale Canvassing board meets tomorrow
Morning It will have po set and agreed pro-
Nebraska Nm Notes.
FAIRFIELD All B. A M. tralna were
fmm two to five hours late owing to the
flood In IJncoln and vicinity.
JsAETOfl S - KINTJ NOT MADE UP aged 7 yeare. He was a taller by occupa
tion ana naa neen a resiaem ui ium iui
FAIRFIELD While kindling the fire
with kerosene an expKwion occurred and
Mm. John Spear was badly burned about
the hands and face.
BEATRICE Mrs. Leonadis Pethoud was
culled to Toledo. ).. veelerday by the death
of her mother. Mrs. Ida Trusler, a former
resident of this city.
BEATRICE Walter Gillette of this city
sustained a broken leg and was severely
bruised about the body by a stationary en
gine falling upon him while he was assist
lng in moving tne macnine.
BEATRICE C. W. Williams, the young
trvm.ni to rarrv out. fltata Auditor Barton.
who TMrhmA the pttv.tndav and ha hu the man who secured 15 last week from James
wno reached the city .-today, ana ne has tne WalHll at Wymore on a bogus check, was
utKiuina vuie it 11 cuum iu m iiiuwuuwn on sentenced to ten flays in tne county jail
yesterday by Judge turns tor vagrancy
the question of canvassing the vote as re
turned without paying any attention to
BEATRICE The Board of Supervisors
any recount on governor. The auditor does yesterday met and fixed the , levy for the
f . - . . . .... coming year at 11 mills, half a mill less
noi anuw si mis now wnii no win ao or than a ylftr ag0 Tne estimate bill for the
which side he will finally lineup with. coming year Is 1131.800.
"I want to follow ;the law In the case." PERU Present Indications are that th
..ia k. .in, ,, t An nn .i.i,. An enrollment In the Peru Normal this year
..... aia.J. , will be one ofthe largest In the history of
,...UIi., . juouo. wi. ..... tne school. The number or advance in
of It It seems as though the governor qulrles Is larger than ever before.
ahould be permitted to have his recounts FREMONT Tre labor unions of this
If he so desires, and: yet It does not seem city have completed arrangements for the
rlirht to H.nrtve Mavnr nahlman of his celebration of Labor day on Monday, 8cp-
rlght to deprive Mayor uaniman or mi tember 6 A parad0i an address by Frank
certificate of nomination If he Is entitled Delexal and a dance In the evening make
to It. It seems to me that the attorney up the program.
general should be able to give an opinion YORK George Bchwabel died Monday
that the board could follow. Tet I am not night of cancer of the stomach. He had
, , . . 4. lived In ork for more than thirty yeais
In favor of postponing action on tha can- and had bM , tne butcner business until
vaas for any considerable time." compelled to quit a few years ago owing
Douglas county's abstract has not yet to falling health,
been returned. If It is not here by morn- PEKL'-MIss Myrtle Ferguson, a graduate
- a ff A m a at 1 A naa a inanf A1 tha nrMI f Inn C
lng the board will call up the county profe8!)0l: ot domestic economy at Peru, and
clerk and find out what he Intends to do. Miss Melvla Lianlelson, formerly one of the
Jf he gives the board no satisfaction at Omaha teachers, will supervise music In
rOST ADDRESSES THE WOMEN
Chlraco KAItor Makes Talk oa Raf-
fraa-e at State Fair Groan da
Mr. Jalta Clark Hallasa
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Aug. 31. (Special Tele
gram.) The close of the first annual meet
ing of the Iowa League of Commercial
Clubs resulted In the election of the fol
President Robert N. Carson. Iowa City;
secretary. H. E. Btout Des Moines.
Louis F. Post, the noted Chicago editor.
addressed a gathering of woman suffragists
at the state fair grounds today. Hundreds
ot little yellow pennants decorated the tent
within which the exercises were held. Mrs.
Julia Clark Hallam, the noted suffragette,
was another speaker. Local advocates of
the cause declare there has been a decided
Increase of favorable sentiment In Iowa
since one year ago.
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iL- . ltd
WOODMEN PICNIC AT MAN AW A
(Continued from First Page.)
least two members of the board will favor
BEATRICE J. D. Thornburg, living east
ending an agent to Omaha and secure ot tne clty yesterday received' a telegram
the abstract at the expense of the county announcing the death of his father, J. L.
as they say the law provides. 'hornb"r- x whlcl, """TmV anvT.;
. .. i,i Kan. The deceased was In his 80th year
The governor and attorney general will and came west1 from Ohio In 1884.
Insist on more time tomorrow and Junkln ALLIANCE The building which stood on
and Barton will favor going ahead with tha site bought for the Carnegie library has
tha cnnviki 8u It will be un to the state today been removed, and work will begin
tne convass. bo it win De up to tne state Ma wef,k on tne baeement of the new II-
audltor. brary building, which when completed will
Arthur Mullen, state oil Inspector and at- compare favorably with similar buildings
torney for the governor, has been busy ln mucn 'rBer cltles-
on law books all dav trvlna- to discover FAIRFIELD While the St. Joseph A
on law doors ail day trying to aisoover Grand lBland Railroad company was hand
acme argument by which he can convince ug heavy castings and timbers with a
the board that delay la the proper and steam crane a large telephone pole was
.ral miav nut of the difficulty broken off and fell into a crowd of onlook-
legai way out or the dirricuity. ers Jonn Croft waa Btruck and an ugly
William Husenetter, chairman of the re- cut inflicted across the top of the head.
cubllcan state committee, waa here today PERU The Dresont Indications are that
and said he had not, yet named, his exe- many of the schools of Nebraska will be
... ' ii, i. compelled to start this fall with a shortage
cutlve committee. Mft Husenetter Is anx- of tracher. scores of reauests have come
toua to talk to the various candidates and to President Hayes for Peru graduates who
find out Jvurt whit kind of a campaign can fill high school and graded school po-
B1L1UI1B, lull HI tUBluimiiiB Ulftl ml BiAU-
and the generally soldier-like appearance
of the company.
Large Numbers Initiated.
For the true Woodmen the largest part
ot the extraordinarily large day was the
Initiation, which was held In the park after
supper. For this occasion some thousand
innocents had been mustered and until a
late hour the night air was rent with the
screams of the Initiates as they became
more familiar with the Inner secrets of
the order. Just preceding the Initiation
proper, John C. Root, soveregn commander
of the order, and John T. Yates, sovereign
clf rk, addressed the Woodmen.
Yesterday's picnto and sports program
was held In lieu of an encampment which
had been planned to occupy the entire
week, but which had to be given up. It
was a general outing for all the camps
comprised in Jurisdiction A of the order,
which Includes the states of Nebraska,
Iowa, Minnesota and the Dakotas. The
mmense crowd which was present at
Manawa yesterday, however, was mostly
composed of Omaha and Council Bluffs
people and people from the smaller towns
ln Iowa and Nebraska.
they desire him to make before he takes
ny further steps.
at Kearney Burns
uates nave long since accepted positions.
EDGAR Gardner Bros., the oldest firm
In the city, who have been engaged In the
grocery and drug business here for some
thing more than thirty years past, have
old their arocery stock to W. H. Jackson
and his son-in-law. W. L. Horltner. The
drugs were sold to local druggists. The
new firm is now In possession and will con
uuct the business at the old stand. -YORK
Sunday nisrht there was a rain
(TK,J1J;.- TT..4 ct- iau oi i.so lncnea. xne oniy aainaao io iia
ttmldingr Used IOr Storage Purposes ot was done those in attendance at the
i w iti 1 win. seventn uav Advenusi camD meeuna
oy Kearney xiour miiis uesiroyea Moro tnan wo tenta in the city park on the
t m i mi. 3 banks of the Beaver were submersed ln
AWeiVe XUOaSana. thru feet of water, hut bv the untlrlna
work of the firemen all the campers were
..... unh hAHillnv T Ilia t u m a ir
KEAHNEY,- 'KerS., Aug. Sl.-(Speclal Tel- RV.iTM,.pMlir.hl., in.itnn of noffev
gram.) Fire broke out at S o'clock this Vllle. Kan., yesterday secured a reaulsltion
vening In the elevator belonging to the from Governor Shallenberger for the return
L'pdlke Grain company, but leased by the o( Mr trenT.KBKm'i,t2.i5
, w,,;j , sas. He left with his prisoner yesterday
Kearney Flour Mills for grain storage pur- mornin(r. 'Bhe iB wantecf at that place on
poses, and before any assistance could a statutory charge and to testify against
reach the scene the building, with all its Rev. Mr. Hlghtower, with whom she eloped
.nt.nUK.u dnomo-destruotlon-A d h 1" J" n the charge of grand
The fire r department was blocked for a
FREMONT Joseph West
est ot Ai
rea Pawnee City Men Have Mtxap
with Live Wire that Nearly
minute by a long freight train standing was arrested on a Northwestern train at
at the crossing,' and this with' the" good I Nlckerson yesterday on the charge of re
nf h. rma moj. it Ur.n..ihi. moving a morgaged team from that place.
I " VI. I V , Vr . West was located at Emerson through a
to save anything. A south wind blew j.tmark on a letter addressed to a f rlend
parka over the business section of the city, of his at his former home and traced from
and these wrere -watched with vigilance. there to Nlckerson. where the team was
pk. !,. ,ni ..a in mm .nH w. i Mcated, together with a 145 saddle that
. .. 7 " " 7 ' " " (disappeared at the same time he did,
parua.-y ...sureu. x.i .i.u a..u... pERUFriend, of the Peru State Normal
' "" . school are pleased over the selection of
4 NAKKUW LbUArC rKUM UCAIH ot- . t. Hoyt as neaa or tne depart
v linnnuil ywwr i t num ulu i ii mmta of chemistry and physics. Prof.
i' ' ' I llovt has held the chair of science ln th
fare Pawnee C i t y Men Have Mtxap Kansas Wesleyan university for the last
nine years. He is one of the most popular
teachers In the Kansas Wesleyan. He will
be ably assisted by Mr. Spafford, who acted
In that capacity during the summer school
PAWNEE CITY, Neb.. Ang. a. (Special.) ,n
.-Monday evening about S:80 Dallas Shane I BEATRICE David Noll of Wymore has
... ,T . . . . . , . , . . I filed a petition In Intervention In the case
met with an accident which noarly resulted of Adani McMullen. who was denied an
fatally and his father and brother. Press- Injunction by Judge Pemberton to prevent
l.v vera aaverelv shocked bv oomlnr In Thomas Hargraves from building hJs store
ley. were severely anocaea. py nung in front oyer tne ,ot Une eiRnteen lllchea. Mr.
contact with a live electrlo wire. They Noll owns a store building adjoining the
i.nVii ohi.itcana nl hail an mnv Hargrave block, and he seeks to enjoin
. ' , .... ... I Mr. Hargrave from doing anything that
wira attached to the light socket In the wouia damage any of the surrounding
barn. The switch, which was defective, buildings
had turned off the light but not the cur- RAGAN The Franklin Commercial club
. u v. . v. .... i.k ..u advertising their town and incidentally the
Tint, which shot through the boy with full county talr to bt heid there visited Ragan
force, throwing htm to tho ground and today. About twenty, automobiles carried
t.u(s him around a. If he were rubber, the party on their tour the surrounding
Mr, Vhane ran to him at once aud at- mobiles accompanied by the Ragan band
WOODMEN HOLD LOG ROLLING
Many Gag Connty Camps Attend
. Beatrice Session
BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 31.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The annual log rolling of the Mod'
ern Woodmen of America was held here
today at the Chautauqua grounds, many of
the camps throughout the county being
represented. Rain, which fell throughout
a greater part of the day, interefered with
the attendance. i
The principal address was delivered by
H. McClenahan of Madison, Neb. A ball
game was. played between Ellis and Filley,
the latter winning by a score of 11 to S.
This evening a class of 100 candidates
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tempted to lift him from the ground, but met the party at Wilcox and escorted them
' , , . , . . D . . here. A banquet waa held here for them,
a himself prostrated. Pressley took hold be,n, prepareA by the women of the Method
of Dallas' head and tried to lift htm up dlst Episcopal church,
atnd ba too waa thrown to the ground. ALLIANCE At a meeting of the board
Knowing that something must be done of directors of the Box Butte County Fair
, , , , . , .... . assoclatlpn held last evening It was decided
fluickly or , the bovt would be killed. Mr. tlmt the first day of the fair, September 21,
Ehane ran to the side of the barn where should be termed Odd Fellows', day. Sep-
. . . ,(,...l hrmmui Mm.air tember 22 will be democratic day and a
She wire came through, braced himself .numbep of prom,nent democrats will deliver
took hold of the wire with both hands ana addresses on the fair grounds. It has not
threw his entire weight against It, break- ".yet been settled aa to who the speakers
. - . . I win
lng me uunnouiiuiit .
L0VELAND GOES TO T0PEKA
Exchanges Pulpits with Her. F. M
- . Lynch of that City Change "
Takes Place goon. -
Rev. Frank L. Loveland, who nas been
pastor of the First Methodist church for
five years, has agreed to accept a call to
the church of Topeka, the largest Metho
diet church In Kansas and his place in
Omaha will be taken by Rev. F. M. Lynch
who is in the Topeka church now.
This announcement was made by Bishop
J. L. Nuelson Tuesday, and when Bishop
Nuelson goes to the North Nebraska con
ference, September 14, the change will be
definitely made.- Rev. Mr. Lynch has also
consented to the transfer since he has been
ln the same church for five yeara and de
sires a new field. Before going to Topeka
he was ln the First Methodist church of
Wichita for six years and came originally
from West Virginia, where he had pastor
ates In Wheeling and Grafton.
Bishop Nuelson is now on his way to
Marinette, Wis., where he will attend the
North Swedish conference, from there he
goes to the .Norwegian Danish conference
at Chicago and will return to Fullerton
from that meeting.
Dr. Loveland has been one of the most
popular preachers In Omaha, and a recent
request to be released was met with the
strongest objections from his congregation.
The church organization formally refused
to acoept his resignation, but he is anxious
to try a new field, and as Dr. Lynch also
wants a change, the Kansas and Nebraska
conferences have agreed to trade.
be. 8eptember 23 will be republican
day, on which occasion Senators Burkett
ISLAND TRAIN WRECK
and Aldiich will deliver addresses.
yasaenaer No. T Thrown from Track
Nea Jensen. Vat Ne Fatalities
as Prof. Campbell, the dry farming expert.
who will apeak on dry farming aa applied
to this section of the country.
FAIRBURT." Neb., Aug. 81. (8pecial.)
Rock laland - train No. 7 waa wrecked at
Jansen, a little station nine miles north- thls evening occurred the marriage of Miss
PIERRE, S. D., Aug. JL- Special Tele
gram.) At the home of the bride's parents
est of this city, at I o'clock thls morn
ing. The wreck waa caused by the trailer
Ure coming off tha engine, derailing five
ars. The pasaengqra were badly shaken
pp and bruised and an unidentified woman
was injured about the back and shoulder
ut was able to continue her Journey on
)he train that waa ruuju up here this morn
ing. Immediately after the accident a re-
Blanche, daughter of Mayor and Mrs.. J. E
Mallery, and Byron L. Payne, one of the
prominent young lawyers of this city. The
couple will take a bridal trip before locat
lng I nthe home arranged for them in this
Martin Will Speak.
DEADWOOD, 6. D.. Aug. 31. (Special
.U.f train waa made up here and sent to toy ,ccepted an lnvUation to become one
of the speakers at the Roosevelt banquet at
Sioux Falls Saturday evening. He will
Hansen and took up the stranded passen
era and took up No. 7's route from there.
frhe train was ln 'charge of Conductor gp,aK on "Publlo Lands.
j31hop and Engineer Axmagoat and waa
going about forty-five mllss an hour at the
time f the accident.- No blame la at
tached' to the train crew. A force of labor
ers have been building a track around the
wreck and trafflo has baen resumed. The
wrecker is at present on the Colorado di
vision and Jt will probably be several days
before the wreck Is cleared up.
CHEYENNE MAYOR SLIGHTED
Ignored Durtna- Roosevelt Day Fes
tivities Now Ready to Get
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Aug. 11. (Rpeclal.)
The discovery was made yesterday that
Mayor Cook and city officials had been
completely Ignored, or forgotten, by the
committee having charge of the arrange
ments for Colonel Roosevelt's reception on
his arrival In Cheyenne Saturday. Cook
was naturally worked up over the slight
but he attended the dinner given to the
colonel at Senator Warren's ranch Sun
day night, and also the dinner given by
the colonel by Governor Brooks Saturday
night Cook says the slight ln not inviting
the city officials to participate was in
tended and he vows vengeance upon the
person responsible. He made no reference
to the matter while the colonel was ln the
city, but made no effort to conceal his dis
pleasure since the colonel's departure. He
blamee only one person.
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I ahaJUnherrr ' Ualns Only Fonrteen
t Votes in Custer Connty
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Aug. 31. (Special
yolegram.) Upon making a second recount
t the Dahlman-Shallenbeiaer vote In Cua
I tar cauaty. Shallenbericer Is found to have
J galntd only 11 votts Instead of IS. The mis-
take was due to an overaigni la tne tally.
, vote now stands: Shallenbeiger, M2;
'JJilman, tM. On the Talor-Dean recount
J? ' '"e" "9 vote
' Farnna t'oanty Fair.
WEAVER CVTt Neb, Aug. St-(8peclal
Telegram. l-Thla - was the opening day of
the Furnas county fair and. In spite of bad
yeather, thsre was a laraa gtteodaaca,
Tha stomach is a larger factor ia " life, liberty and tho pur
suit of happiness" than most people are awaro. Patriotism
can withstand banger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dy
peptio "is fit for treason, stratajems and spoils." Tha man
who Joe to tho front for his country with weak stomach
will bo weak soldier aod a fault finder.
A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well at for
health and happiness.
Diseases o the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutritioa arc promptly and permanently cured by tha use of
Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERT.
It hutldm np rae atf with aouatf mmd
(A The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" is
Y only seeking to make tha little moro profit realized on tha
J sale of lees meritorious preparations.
j Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent frtt
J oa receipt of stsmps to pay expense of wrapping and mailing
7 mly. Send 31 one-cent stsmps for tho French cloth-bouo"'
V book. Addresst World's Dispensary Medical Attooistioau
Via- Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.
And it means independence and wealth; it means a new life with broader aims and
Why good, strong, young men will stay in. the East and rent
land when the same money will buy good land in the West, or why
young men will fight for an attempt to exist on a salary that will
just keep body and soul together when there are thousands of
acres in the west that only need brains and brawn to make then
produce wonderful riches is more than the average 'elderly man
Young men have gone "West with absolutely nothing but their clothes and a big appetite
and in five years were buying pianos and touring cars.
If You Are Interested in
Bettering Your Condition
Attend The Western Land-Product Exhibit
at Omaha January 18 to 28. 1911
It will show you how you can get good land in the West and there will be men who will
be anxious and capable of giving you all the information you could possibly ask.
Here Are a Few Facts
The Boise Commercial Club rceently made inquiries among farmers and fruit growers
concerning their most successful crops. Here are two of the replies:
Replying to your Inquiry concerning my
ana original cost 01 land, would say
' Gentlemen: Replying to your Inquiry concerning my
prune crops for the season of 1105 and 1(0, would say
that I bought 80 acres of land 4 miles from Boise ln 18l,
paying therefor 130 00 per acre. I set 40 acres of the same
to prunes. Our l0i crop grossed us 17,711 tl, and the
1108 crop grossed us 17.629.S8.
, . A, V. EICHELBERGER.
The Omaha Bee
and The Twentieth Century Farmer
wish to convince the people about the wonderful possibilities ef the west and they are backing up the Western Iand.
Products Exhibit because they realise that an exhibit of this kind will show people more of the real truth aboat this
wonderful section than any amount of pure talk. And their real Interest ln the upbuilding ef the empire la due to th
fact that they realize that It Is upon the West that Omaha must dspena for Its future progress and greatness.
. B HI
most successful croD.
that I bought 10 acres one and one-half miles from Boise
In 100, paying therefor 160. CO per acre. In 1006 I raised
10,000 boxes of strawberries on I acres of ground which I
sold at an average price of I eenta per box or about 1611
Believing this covers the point en which you desired
Information. I remain. Yours truly.
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