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Rock Island ,
and Santa Fe
One Maa ' Killed and Thirteen In
jured in Collision Near
GUTHRIE, Okl., Nov. 8 In a collision
between a Rock Inland passenger train and
an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe work
train, three miles south of here today, A.
Wilson of Kingfisher, the Rock Island en
gineer, was killed, and thirteen trainmen
and passengers were Injured.
Among the Injured were the following:
R. Williamson, Hock Island fireman, prob
ably fatally Injured.
J. L. Jones, uagj;uKeman, serious.
R. A. Martin, banta Fe fireman, ip
H. Marun, nock Island conductor, ribs
A. Hcott, Paul's Valley, slight.
J. Li. Lively, Okarehe, slight.
. M. Cray, autlirie, slight.
J. T. lavis, Cashlou, slight.
W. H. Jteexe. Ainarllio, lex., Biigm.
J. W. Dwyer, O. U. tinyder and J. IS,
lenburg, aiua Fe trainmen, alight.
HARRIMAN LUMBER RATE
rortlaad Companies A I leg" (hat
Charges Shot Them Oat of Idaho
ana Montana Markets.
WASHING-TON, Nov. S. Holdlnr the
Harriman systems control responsible fcr
grossly dlsrrlmatory freight rates, the
Portland Lumber company and other big
lumber concerns In the Oregon capital
today complained to the Interstate Com
merce commission that they were being
shut out of markets In Idaho, Montana and
a part of Utah.
The complainants allege that unreason
able tariffs which violate the law are
being maintained by the Oregon Railroad
and Navigation company, the Southern Pa
cific and Union Pacific, the Oregon Short
Line and connecting carriers.
AT HAZLET0N, PA.
Ranaoa Youngr, Who Became Hundred
Years Old Toendar, Casts Re
HAZLETON. Pa., Nov. 8 Perhaps the
oldest voter In the sluts cast his ballot to
dav at 'Drums, Butler township. He la
Ranson Toung, who became 100 years old
The ared man was taken to the polling
place In an automobile and he put In a
straight republican ballot. Mr. Young has
voted at every election since he was 21.
"Boys, this Is my last ticket," he ex
claimed plaintively as he was helped from
tlie booth. He was too feeble to mark the
ticket himself and a friend put the "X"
In the column for him.
W. V. Season.
word was received last evening from
Portland, Ore., announcing the death of W
V. Benson. Mr. Benson at one time was
a well known contractor of this city and
was a resident of Omaha for twenty years
previous to his removal to Portland. He
was 65 years old and leaves a wife and
three children, also a sister, Mrs. George
K. Hurst, loW North Seventeenth street
Prosper J. A. ncrckniaai.
AUGUSTA, Oa., Nov. . Prosper J. A.
Berckmans.-a toted horticulturist, ento
mologist and ponidloKlat, died hore this
morning In his euthty-first vmr. He wait
president ot the Nallonul Pmuological so
ciety, vice prebldent of the International
Pomolob'lcal society, with headquarters In
Pari, and a member or officer in every
similar society of nuts in tins country and
MABON CITY, la., Nov. 8 (Special Tele-rni.-U
1'ftdden. banker at Frederick
burg, died suddenly this morning, lid was
a veteran of the civil war und marched
with Sherman to the sea. He was a piuneer
of Chickasaw couuty.
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RIOTING IN WALES IS RENEWED
Number of Attacks Mad on JVon
nnion Men Kmploytd In
LONDON, Nov. 8. There was a renewal
today of rioting In the South Wales conl
fields, where 3,000 miners are on strike be
cause of the employment of nonunion men.
Women were prominent In the attacks on
The police arrived In the disturbed! dis
trict from surrounding towns, but In num
bers Insufficient to control the rioters. The
temper of the strikers is so uirly that 300
men from the London police force, a por
tion of whom were mounted, were dis
patched to the scene this evening. Bodies
of troops also are enroute to the mining
Home Secretary Churchill has offered his
services to compose the differences between
the men and their employers.
GERMAN BUDGET INCREASES
Cost of Kaiser's Government Next
Tear Will Be Three-Fourths
BERLIN. Nov. 8. The Norddeutsche
Allegemlene Zeltung today prints the de
tails of the budget of 1912, allowing ex
penditures of 2,924,945,38 marka, approxi
mately $731,236,284, an Increase approxi
mately of $12,975,645.
The estimate Includes for the army
$203,941,844, an Increase of $2,214,156 of
which amount $1,978,124 -Is for additions
to the peace footing.
The navy estimate la $112,639,841, an
Increase of $4,128,682. The budget re-
ciulres a loan of $24,438,982 to balance
the expenditures as against $47,962,290
borrowed to balance the present budget
DROWNS HERSELF IN THE SEA
Mrs. Fmlly Dessy, Native of France,
Commits Suicide at Atlantle
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Nov. 8.-Mrs.
Emily Dressy, a native of France, com
mitted suicide today In the ocean. She left
her home on the beach front, went to the
beach, removed part of her clothing and
walked out byeond her depth. The suicide
wrote letters to a Philadelphia man, whose
name the police withheld, telling of her In
tentlon to take her life because of the
death of her husband and only son a few
weeks ago and the fatal illness of her sis
ter in Russia.
NO MORE CENSUS RECOUNTS
Director Announces that None Will
Be Made Fxcept on Charges
iiAemnuiufl, jhov. . io more re
numeration of populations will be mads
in connection with the thirteenth census
unless on account of fraud. This announce
nient was made today by Director Durand
of the Census bureau. He was speaking
of the demand of Baltimore for a recount.
but the statement was made as of gen
eral as well as of special application.
For Nebraska Fnir.
Temperatures at Omaha Yesterday:
R a. m tt
t a. m sg
1 a. m (4
a. m M 34
a. in 87 j
10 a. m 41 ,
11 a. ra 4
12 m v 65
1 P- m 68
2 p. m t'2
S P- m 6
OFFICE OF THE V .ATHfR BURF1AU,
OMAHA, Nov. 8. Official record of torn
mule ami pi rcipuation compared with
me cm rtsponuiiig pcriua or me last tniee
Mill: 110. 1'tOS. 1). liwf.
HiKhcst today & W M f
lowest today 84 Si 40 SI
Mtun temperature U 41 63
Precipitation 00 .Ous .U) .00
'temperature and precipitation departures
iruai the normal at Omaha since March 1
ami compared uitli the last two years:
Normal lemr-earture 41
Kxceas for the day 11
Total excess iiic- March 1 75
.Not mal pi ecipil: "lull 06 Inch
1 i,-d, leiu'V for ihu day 0a inch
Total r .ii uf : 1 1 Klnre March 1 IS. 78 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 IS US Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1H"9.. 1 til Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1'."0b. . 8 78 Inches
Krports from Matloas at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Max. Raln
of eat her. 7 p. nk Temp. fall.
Cheyenne, part cloudy U 44 .00
Davenport, clear 48
lvnvcr. cloudy 4
lie Muines, part cloudy... 52
IkxU-b City 0
; Lander, cloudy 63
North Platte, part cloudy.. M
j imalia, clear us
r ueoio, can ciouay
Haold City, cloudy 64
Salt Lake City, cloudy t2
S.itita Fe. clear 43
Sheridan, cloudy 44
Sioux l ity. aieur 6
Valentine, pail cloudv b
U A. WtUlI, Local Forecaster.
DEMOCRATIC FRAUD FOUND
Rubber Band is Discovered Which
Shots Off Aldrich Vote.
MACHINES ARE TAMPERED WITH
So Arranged that the toter of n
freight Republican Ticket
Cannot Record Ills ote
Tampering with the voting machine In
the polling place of the t'.lrd precinct of
the Fifth ward, Sixteenth und Locust
street, was practiced by I'ahlman adher
ents to prevent the recording of Aldrich
votes when supposedly straight republican
tickets were voted Tuesday morning. In
how many other precincts the same scheme
was worked and how many Aldrich votes
were lost us a result is not known.
By means of a rubber band the individual
lever over the name of Aldrich In the re
publican candidates' row was so fixed that
after it as thrown down by the pulling
of the' party lever at the left end of the row
It would fly back to the position the levers
held before the voter had touched the
A republican voter pulling the party lever
would think he was voting for all the can
didates of the party, as he would be if
the band were not attached to the Aldrich
Individual lever; but with the band attached
the Aldrich key 4s held up so that no vote
for Aldrich is registered. A vote for a
candidate for any office counts two against
the opposing candidate ordinarily, being a
vote for one candidate and a vote against
the other. The use of the band, therefore,
makes one vote for lahlman whenever a
republican tries to vote a straight repub
llian ticket. becauHe, while the voter has
not voted for Dahlman neither has he
voted against him.
Robert Morrison, a real estate dealer
with offices in the Ware block, observed
the band on the machine in the third pre
cinct of the Fifth ward and removed It.
He reported the matter to one of the
Judges of election In the precinct. M. F.
Sears, until recently a clerk In the city
and county treasurer's offices, did like
wise. The Judae denied knowledge of the
matter and said he had no way of knowing
it unless told. It appeared that the inly
way republicans could protect Aldrich from
the effects of this trick was to have the
judges examine the machine after the coat
ing of every vote.
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 8. Thirty towns In
Connecticut, Including Hartford, Bridge
port, New Britain and Waterbury, give:
Goodwin (rep.) 19.0:22, Baldwin (dem.) 21,825.
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 8. Eighty-five towns
give: Goodwin (rep.) for governor ib.AA,
Baldwin (dem.) 3S.9:S4.
ATLANTA, Nov. 8. Georgia returned the
usual solid congressional delegation today.
Early returns indicate that Walter Aker
man, the only republican candidate, was
overwhelmingly defeated by Gordon Lee,
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. Democrats have
failed to carry six of the republican con
gressional districts In various states which
they had claimed. Two of these districts
were In Massachusetts, one In New Y'ork,
one In Pennsylvania and two in Wisconsin.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 8. As usual, the
democratic nominees for congress and state
offices were elected without exception In
today's election. The constitutional amend
ment providing a state bond issue of $6,500,
000 In support of the proposed international
exposition to be held in New Orleans in
1916 was overwhelmingly adopted.
With Lifting Lid
Warrants Are Issued by County Judge
Leslie Tuesday Complaint
by J. M. Leidy.
Complaints charging violation of the
liquor law by selling liquor on Sunday
were filed against John Barlow, John Sor-
enson and William Hlntzinger by J. M
Leidy, district superintendent of the Ne
braska Anti-Saloon league, In county court
Tuesday, Couuty Judge Leslie issued war
rants for their arrest- The complaints al
lege that the illegal sales were made Bun
day, October 23.
COLORED VOTERS HAVE AUTO
Votlna Center Maintained for Three
Wards Where Most Colored
The colored voters had a voting center
ef their own and an automobile that was
dedicated to the sole purpose of bringing
colored voters to the polls. The central
working point which was maintained by
the Lincoln club was at 1924 Cuming street.
and from there the workers went forth to
gather In the votes In the Fifth, Sixth and
Eighth wards, whtrs the colored people are
Iowa News Notes.
HAMPTON W. T. Adams, a well known
buslnesa man, who for four years was
auditor of Franklin county and who for
years has been prominent hero, died Mon
day of hemorrhage of the brain.
KKDFORD The entire plant and equip
ment of the Bedford Tlmes-Itepubllcan was
destroyed by fire yesterday. The fire
originated in an explosion of gasollna and
It spread to the postofflce building next
rfr i,rlv de.-trovln It. The loss In
th. newsoaDer office Is $6,000, partly In-
MARRHALLTOWN Masquerading In
m n clothes a comely mulatto girl v
arrested here this afternoon and Is being
held In the detention wara or tno couuty
Jail. She refuhe to give her name or
where she belongs, and she aives no other
reason for wearing men's clothes than tha
they "were given to Her.
MARSHA LLTOWN-The strike of 160 car
workers and painters employed in tne gen
eral car shops of the lowa central in ini
citv. which was called Saturday noon
when two negro Itborers were put to work
in th shoos, came to a sudden end Monflny
When Master Mechanic will UUl removed
the nesroes from the shops and notified
the committee that he had done so the em'
ployes returned to work.
NEVADA Relatives have received a tel
en ram talllna the news of the traxlo deat
of Lester Thorne, aged 1H, the son of Mr
and Mrs. O. j. Thorne, former resioent
of Zearlng. The young man, while ahee
herding near Mldvale. Idaho, was kill
by a tree falling on his tent. A companion
who was Willi him was unable to lilt th
tree from off him and started for help.
While he was gone Thorne died.
REIN BECK Three of the four occupant
of an automobile driven by Peter Woll
hoff. a farmer near here, were serious!
Injured Monday when a front wheel of th
machine broke and the car ran Into
fence and turned over twice. The Injured
are Peter Wolthoff, diivr and owner
the car. leg broken In two places: Mrs
Wolthoff. arm broken In two places; Coin
Koch. Injured in the back and Internally
Mrs. Koch escaped with slight bruuts.
Argue Bean Case
Protest of Omaha Commercial Club
Against Rate from Coast Comes
(From a Staff Corres pondent.)
WASHINGTON. I. C. Nov. 8. (Special
Telegram. ) K .J. McVann, counsel for the
Omaha Commercial club, arrived In Wash
ington this morning from New York. To
morrow Mr. McVann will appear before the
Interstate Commerce commission in the
in.e of Complaint of Commercial club
agnlnst the (southern Pacific railway rela
tive to rates on beans from California to
Omaha. The Commercial won Its origi
nal contention in this case, but the railroad
company oiilainen permission to reopen
the case and rehearing will be heard before
the commission tomorrow.
The Agar parking company of Ties
Moines today filed complaint with the
Interstate Commerce commission against
the Chicago,-Rock Island & Pacific railroad,
aliening unjunt and unreasonable freight
charges on a car" load of tallow shipped
by complainant from Des Moines to
Wichita. Kan.; whereon they were charged
at the rate of 4Si cents per 100, when a
Just and reasonable rate would le but 21
cents per 100 pounds.
Sutherland Hros.' company of Omaha to
day filed with the Interstate Commerce
commission a complaint against the Chi
cago, Burlington Qulncy, Kansas City,
Southern, ,Mt. Louis & San Francisco,
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. and Missouri.
Kansas & Texas railway companies charg
ing excessive rate for rewelghlng coal ship
ments made by the complainant. The com
plainant states that a reasonable rule for
the rewelghlng of coal at Omaha should
provide that when the actual weights at
destination are 600 pounds or more over or
under original weight, destination weights
shall govern and no charge Khali be assessed
for rewelghlng and when the difference
between original and destination weights Is
less than 600 pounds, the original weights
shall govern and a reasonable charge may
be assessed for rewelghlng. The complain
ant demands a payment of $113 reparation
for excessive charge collected with Inter
est at 6 per cent per annum from March
The C. L. Thop company of Crawford,
Pawes county, Nebraska, today filed a
complaint against the Chicago, Burlington
& Qulncy, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa
Fe, alleging excessive rates on a car load
shipment of apples from Los Angeles to
Crawford, and demanding reparation in the
sum of $114.
JERRY CITY BANK IS ROBBED
aolt in Private Institution ar To
ledo, O., Blown Open with
TOLEDO, O., Nov. 8. After blowing a
portion of the vault through the celling
with nltro-Klycerlne, three robbers took
$2,000 from Solether bank, a private Insti
tution at Jerry City, O., thirty-three miles
from Toledo, early this morning. The men
escaped in an automobile. It la believed
the men who robbed 'the Metamora bank
early Monday morning, getting $4,000, were
Involved in the Jerry City affair.
IGHT WITH BANK ROBBERS
Posse Haa Running- Battle with Men
Who Dynamited Safe at
BBATTIE, Kan.,.,Jov,.a-Flv masked
men who came to , this place In an auto
mobile dynamited the safe of the Beatt e
State ba.nk at an early hour this morning
nd obtained $3,600. . They escaped in the
car, followed by a posse of cltlxens and a
running fight ensued, during which 100
shots were exchanged. Two of the rob
bers were wounded. The men are now
being pursued by the sheriff.
ETERS0N TURNS ON GAS
Bridgeport, Conn., Man Kills Himself
and Fatally Injures Wlfa
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Nov. 8.-IIans
'. Peterson, 45 years old was found dead
n bed at his home here today, the room
filled with Illuminating gas. Near the
open door of the room lay his wlfa and
0-year-oldT son, both unconscloua from
the fumes. It la believed that Peterson
ommitted suicide py turning on the gas.
Mrs. Peterson and son are not expected
MARSHAL SHOOTS PRISONER
Official at rtlra, S. D., Kills Man
Who Resisted Arrest and is
Charged with Harder.
YANKTON, 8. D, Nov. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Milliard Lioipo, marshal of TJtlca.
under arrest here charged with murder.
Last night Limpo attempted to arrest John
Cheek, a farm hand, who resisted arrest
Limpo, then shot htm three times in the
body, and hs died In the hospital here this
ENGINEERS SAIL FROM PANAMA
Americans Who Have Been Investiga
ting Work'on the Canal
On War Home.
PANAMA, Nov. 8. The engineers of tha
American Institute of Mining sailed from
New Yerk today. While here they made a
thorough Inspection of the canal work and j
appeared to have nothing but praise for
what they saw.
YANKTON.. 8. ,D., Nov. 8 (Special.)
Henry Strunk, aged st years, a pioneer of
the very early sixties, is dead her of
pneumonia. He leaves a wife, two sons
and a number of married daughters. Tha
funeral took place Monday.
Barn Barned at Allen.
PONCA. Neb.. Nov. t (Special.)-The
fine barn of Frank Klach of Allen, Neb.,
burned Monday. Eight horses wera burned
to death and about 100 tons of alfalfa hay
destroyed. The loss was about t,000, with
J 1.600 Insurance. The barn was just out of
reach of the fire department.
is tha most nourishing food on
Thcro la Only Ono
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UtCO THE WOKLO OVCIt TO CUM A OOLO I OMt DAT.
Always remember the lull name,
tor this iigoatura oa ever boi.
FREEHOLDERS HARD AT WORK
Dan Butler Had Assistants Swearing1
In Democrats Fast.
THEY KNEW TOTAL STRANGERS
Rnhher Rand Found In One Precinct j
Holding llttri Aldrich Lever So j
that Ills Name Was Scratched
Two hundred men were crowded into the
office of the city clerk Tuesday morning
swearing In their right to vote. The pro
cedure was something like this:
A somewhat wheezy looking Individual
would come up to the counter and ask the
clerk if he could swear himself In and he
would give the number of the ward and
precinct In which he wished to cast the
vote. The clerk would elng out the pre
cinct number and two freeholders waiting
at the side would step forward.
"What's your name?" asks the clerk of
"Roskelewsky," or "Dougorodof f," the
"Mr. Roskelewsky," says the clerk, "meet
Mr. So-and-8o and Mr. Thus-and-Thus
of your precinct." They shake hands.
"Now, Mr. So-and-So and Mr. Thus-and-Thus,"
says the clerk, "do you solemnly
swear that you know that this man lives
In your precinct and has lived there long
enough to be eligible to vote?"
The freeholders nod and the vote is
sworn In. In scarcely any Instance had the
freeholder ever seen the voter before and
his knowledge of the man's eligibility was
absolutely nil. It is said they got the usual
pay for democratic election officials.
Fred D. Wead. H. J. Pinkett and John O.
Yelser were interested spectators of the
proceedings and democratic City Clerk Dan
Butler became seriously angry with Mr.
Yelser and Mr. Pinkett because they were
taking the names of men who seemed to
be sworn in without much regularity.
"Stand back againbt the wall or I'll
throw you out," shouted Butler, but
Yelser dared to throw back the challenge
and no personal encounter has resulted as
Plot to Scratch Aldrich.
Mr. Pinkett Is collecting Information
with a view to contesting the Douglas
county vote. He has evidence of a de
liberate attempt in the fourth district of
the Fifth ward to fasten down the Aldrich
lever so that when the republican lever
was thrown all the smaller levers went
down but the one for governor and no
vote would be cast for that office. This
was stopped by Chairman Ben Baker of
the republican committee.
Mr. Pinkett also has evidence of a num
ber of cases In which freeholders who had
never seen a voter before swore to IiIh
eligibility and It was keeping tab on that
practice that got him into disfavor with
the Dahlmanatic city clerk. Among the
people who helped during the morning to
swear In voters were two World-Hearld re
porters. A number of prominent men In both par
ties took some active part In adding to the
general confusion at the city hall, but most
of the voters who needed extra oaths to
get In their votes were of another class.
Thore were many terrific arguments, but
only one casuallty. That was when Dan
Butler stabbed hi nine If with a pen and
signed a name In red instead of black.
Mr. Ott Paul, Mirwauaee, iris., says
Foley's Honey and Tar la sUll more than
the best. He writes us, "All those that
bought it think it la the best for coughs
and colds they aver had and I think it Is
still more than the best. Our baby had
a bad cold and it cured him in one day.
Please accept thanks.'
CULLED FROM THE WIRES
Contracts for advertising in newspapers
iuuuvutiu on oumuty were aeciared void
by judae J. N. Johnson, in the Kansas
uir couri oi appeals.
Dr. Arthur Edwards announced the gift
of 8200,000 by James A. Patten, former
Board of Trade operator, to found a chair
of experimental pathology in the North
western university medical school.
Jehn Cort, the New Tork theatrical man
ager, announced that the theatrical syn
dicate headed by Klaw Erlanger and the
National Theater Owners' association,
farmed by the Independents, had compro
mised their differences.
The reciprocity commissioners of the
United States and Canada in a two-hour
session at uitawa, utit., negan formulating ,
a schedule of tariff concessions which It is
believed will stimulate international com
merce. Nicholas Murray Butler, president of
Columbia university and former head of '
the National Education association, Co- '
lumbla university, has consented in remain
a member of the board of trustees of the j
While preparing to sail for South
America Karl Pender, wanted by the police
of Cleveland. O., to answer a charge of
being an aocemplice In the murder of Mrs.
Walter Raymer in that city on September
16, was arrested In San Francisco.
Congress convened In Havana yesterday
and adjourned after hearing the reading
of the president's message, In which he
recommends a general revision of the
tariff, especially looking to the protection
ot Cuban manufacturers of paper, soap,
bottles, shoes and textiles.
A Viper la tha Stoma
is dyspepsia complicated with liver and
kidney troubles. Electrio Bitter hela all
such cases or no
Beaton Drue Co.
pay. 60c For sale by
Dressing Your Hair
For th Evening
(From Style and Fashion Magazine)
Frequontly, after the day's work or
pleasure, there is little time to dross
the hair for tha evening. For oocaslons
like this, it Is well to bs prepared with
the ever-ready and oonvenlent dry
A most excellent shampoo Is made by
mixing four ounces of therox with four
ounces ef orris root Keep soma of this
in an eld talcum box with sifter top,
so that you can sprinkle It thinly and
evenly through the hair. Brush the hair
thoroughly and a clean scalp and beauti
ful lustrous hair can bs achieved in lesa
than twenty minutes.
"Nothing la so good as this mixture
to quickly remove the day's dust. It
should be remembered, too. that much
water Is not good for tha hair and fre
quent washing takes out the Ufa and
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CFrom a Staff Correspondent )
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7.(Speclul Tele
gram.) Army orders:
Major John 1". Nalnes, paymaster, U re
lieved from duty in the Department of
Californ a snd will proceed to Seattle,
Wash., for duty.
First Lieutenant Wnlter C. Jones. Thir
teenth Infantry. Is relieved from further
treatment at the general hospital, rrcsldio,
Colonel Charles G. Woodward, coast
artillery corps. Is deflnnated as umpire of
coast art.llery target practice lor the
First Lieutenant Allen Klmbcrly, coast
artillery corps. Is relieved from duty at tlio
laolfio branch federal military prison at
Alcatrax and a-is,t:ned to tli--- rort.eth com
pany ot the coast artiller corps.
Major James It. Church, medical corps. Is
relieved from duty at Fort ontrtrio nnd will
proceed to Fort Williams, relieving Captain
lCdsar W. Miller, medical corps, who will
proceed to Fort Ontario.
Captain Frank M. Caldwell Twelfth
cavalry, upon the expiration of his present
leave of absence will proceed to Fort
Robinson for duty pending arrival of his
Captain P. 9. Gilderman, coast artillery
corps, will repair to this c.ty and report to
the adjutant general of the army lor con
sultation wtih the chief of staff.
Leaves ef ahsenoe uranted: Captain Chal
mers G. Hall, Fifth cavalry, ten days;
Captain James M. Love, Jr., Fifteenth in
fantry, one month.
The application of Frank A. Rhynas, 3.
R. Stener, H. K. Smith. K. R. Smith. G. F.
Patterson and It. A. Workman to organ ze
the First National bank of Stockport la.,
with $2.ri.O09 capital, has been approved by
comptroller of the currency. The comptroller
has also approved the conversion of the
American Exchange State bank of Sioux
Falls Into the American National bank,
with $100,090 capital.
Iowa L.berty Center. Warren county. S.
J. Shupe, vice W. A. White, resigned.
South Dakota Ideal, Tripp county, Flor
ence M. ratrick, vice S. K. Bondesson, re
signed. The Department of Justice, on behalf of
Russell P. Goodwin, assistant attorney gen
eral fer the Postofflce department, and
Robert M. Fulton, postofflce Inspector,
formerly at St. Louis, today procured the
dismissal In the supreme court of the
L'nlted States of their appeal to It from
the decision of the fednial court of Mis
souri, which had refused to take Jurisdic
tion aver a libel suit against them. Th s
suit was Instituted by the Peoples United
States bank of St. Louis on a statement
issued in connection with the withdrawal
of second class mailing privileges from the
Woman's Magazine and the Woman's Farm
Journal, issued by the Lewis Publishing
company at St. Louis.
John E. Oilman, commander-in-chief of
the Grand Army 'Of the Republic, today
appointed the court of inquiry requested
by Past Senior Vice Commander John Mc
Elroy of this City to Investigate charges
which, it Is alleged, were circulated against
the latter at the encampment of the Grand
Army held at Atlantic City In September.
The court, Which probahly will sit here
In December, will be constituted as follows;
Judge Charles G. Burton of Nevada, Mo.,
past commander-in-chief; Judee Kll Tor
renre of Minneapolis, past commander-in-chief;
Henry W. Nevlns of Redbank. N. .1.,
past oommander-ln-chlef ; Klislia H. Rhodes
of Providence. , R. I., past senior vice com
mander, and J. Kent Hamilton ot Toledo,
past senior vice commander.
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Holt Ntiad. and Maud Towrll
;inimeHii villi be on exhibi
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nesday, November Oth, vitli
their expert, Mr. John Ihibbs,
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Today 2:13. Tonight 8:15
Lamb't Manikins, Edgar
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The Cromwells and
Four Other Dig Acts..
Daily Matlneea 10c and 25c
lOOO Iteserved Keats
Kvery Evening 10c, 23c, BOc
Matineo Every Day, 2:5
Every Night, 8:15
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