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TOT. BEE: OMAItA. SATUKDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1910.
David B. Hill's Will
Cuts Relatives Off
with Small Amounts
firry S. Pearse and Peter J. Man
wilier Will Eeceiye Balk of Fortune
Wants Simple Monument
At-BANT. N. T . If!. 1 Former Wrr
mnr Pav-id B. Hilt, who died In Albany
nn October 3). lft a prorai Main. ex
"liimve of household fumlh1na. efferts
anrl llbrmrr. estimate at WVOno. and real
"Mat- aHi at $rs (ion, arcnrdips; to the
elll rilrt to-lay (or probate. Tim real prcp
rty Includes Ms beautiful home known as
Iforfs Roost, an the outskirts, of Albany.
The principal benefw-taries are Pr. Parry
. Pare and Peter J. Manwlller, both of
Albany. protege of Mr. Hill.
The will wa execute by Mr. Hill on
January . LXW. in his own handwriting.
One of the provtulon. characteristic of the
man. Is that a "plain and simple monu
ment be erected over my grave." Tha be
To Alton B. Par Iter, one wwtion of his
private library oomastlns; of the congra
aional records from the beaconing- of ooa
srees to date: also soma furniture- which
formerly waa In the executive manriun at
To Mrs. Catherine Blurt, who had bean
hla housekeeper for several years, and to
her daughter. J2W each.
To his brother. Dr. Alooao D. Hill of Dex
ter. Mo.. t2,i, and to two nephews and
tw9 nieces, also at Missouri. C.aua eawh.
Tha executors are to convert th property
Into money, and atar tha payment of tha
legaaea aivlde tha remainder equally be
tween Dr. Pearee and Mr. Manwtller. Mr.
Hill's elaborate law library and o fries
equipment also to to Mr. Manwlller.
Dr. Pearse la a young- man In whom Mr.
HU1 took , treat Interest. Mr. Manwlller
waa Mr. HlU's secretary for almoet elg-ht-een
yearn, which Includes tha time when
he waa United States senator.
Juror Excused to Go
to Daughter's Bedside
S. M. Eobinion Leaves After Case is
Submitted Jndgpo Expresses His
After tie Jerry In tha caae of Josephine
Knauher, Ml C Goodwin and others against
B. O. Patrick, a battle oyer the property of
tha estate of tha lata Amanda A. Patrick,
had deliberated tor three hours, Judge
WUlla Ok Bears yeatarday afternoon ex
cused E. M. Robinson, one of tha jurors,
that ha might ra to the bedside of bis
daaghter, MIm Veroa Robinson, who Is
"A lawsuit can ba tried any time," said
Judge Sears, "but we must be near our
loved ones when they need us and we can
not select tha times when they shall need
Attorneys for all parties in Interest
agreed that, regardless of the nature of
tha verdict returned by tha eleven remain
Ins; jurors, no one shall make the fact that
only eleven men decided tha cue ground
for appeal, motion for new trial or other
Mr. Robinson's daughter underwent an
operation at Omaha Ganeral hospital
Thursday morning. Mr. Robinson sat aa a
Juror In constant agony, looking forward to
the afternoon when the cause would be
given to the jury and when, he believed, a
verdict quickly would be rendered.
When at 6 30 the Jury had reached no
agreement e called upon Judge Pears to
excuse Mr. Robinson.
BURLINGTON IS FOUND GUILTY
Rallroa.4 Ca-Ite4 Directed Vfr
diet mt Violation ef Twenty-Eight-Hear
Verdicts In two cases against the Chi
cago, Burlington A Quincy railroad com
pany, charged with violating the twenty-eight-hour
la In the shipment of Uve
Htock, were directed In United States dis
trict co-lit by Judge T. C. Munger yester
The Burlington was charged with having
held the cattle In cars without unloading
for feed and water for a time far beyond
the legal limit. The shipments Included
one from ran ml a delivered to the Bur
lington at Sioux City and another from
Wyoming, both bound for Nebraska points.
The defense and the prosecution, both
moved for a directed verdict at the com
pletion of the testimony lata yesterday
Judge Munger has not fixed the fine.
The defense has not yet decided upon the
taking of appeal.
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TH P! fWr,Tr,M, by M Sinclair: 617
pp : II. SO; The Century comoany.
This la a story of London life and London
literary folk. Is it possible for the man or
woman of genius to marry and sacrifice
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"creators" ask often. This is the problem
they try to work on in their lives and
furnishes the keynote of this brilliant novel.
TT1B OTHER SIP FX bv Horace Anreley
Va.-hell; J?a pp.; B.J); Uewrge H. Dora a
The life story of a mmWm described
by the authors at "a novel of life and after
wards." The story la well written and will
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every tvy and gfrl lucky eniih ta hear
them and look over the edsre of the book
at the beautiful illustrations that go with
them. The rhymes cover a wide range of
chlldlnh thoughts and experience.
T?B HIAWATHA ALPH A P7T. by
Florence Hoibrook; Hand McNaily com
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rfMtYin& t':rt IutnMnt Uorg A.
iifrbijt. rotirt-nt uuiitry.
('oiojitt. Kisfrrs Him it, orilnunc dtpu.rt
mnt. U1 rfpair to this city fr consulta
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vidV.or William J. NiWioUnn, Svut h
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tinliin). boM.-a at Furl KiPty, Kan.
. apuiin rnv W. Arnuut. S.nt.h civ
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MOTHKRS AND FATHERS, bv Jjliet
Wilbar Tompkine; 373 pp.; ll.oO; The Baker
A collection of short stories dealing with
mothers, fathers and children, flashing
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The book Is made la a charming manner,
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TUB PATXR..VOTER RtTBT, by Char'es
FAlmomls Wtilt; 574 pp.; ..Ji; A. C Jo
Clurg A Co.
When Stephen Paget was found mur
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men. hla secretary and a lawyer, who had
spent the night In his house. His murder
took place just after he had broken the
wheat corner of a rival financier, and
hidden In his home was the Paternoster
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years before. The unraveling of the
mystery is materially aided by a girl whose
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TH K COAXJCa OP JUSTICE, by Qeorge U
Knapp; jg pp.; tL.M; J. B. Uppincott com
pany. A story of the "third degree' method of
extorting confessions. This novel la based
on present day conditions and the descrip
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thief. Innocent of the crime with which he
is charged, but from whom a confession Is
wrested. Is most real.
THE UNFORESEEN, by Mary Stewart
Cutting; 273 pp.; II. -M; Doubleday Page A
This is a story of evary-day people, the
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meet from time to time. In Evelyn
Gaynor, Mrs. Cutting has drawn a heroine
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Bred In a country town and graced with a
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THE SPENDTHRIFT. by Marshall
Browne: Xii pp.; tl.ou; O. W. Dillingham
This book Is founded on the play of the
same name, which appeared at tha Bran
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THE FRONTIERSMAN, by H. A. Cody;
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A story of stirring adventure In the
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THE EMPTT - HOrSE. by Fl!abeth
Stuart Phelps; 336 pp.; H.2U; Houghton
A volurane of short stories dealing with
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though startling at times, will strongly
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THE BETRAYAL by Walter Neale and
B:ilznbth H. Hancock, 5UU pp.; l.oo; Neaie
A novel, historical, political, social; a
novel of manners, in which is shown the
rise and fall of Virginia and her betrayal
by native Virginians.
THE RAINY DAY SCRAP BOOK, by E.
U and B. T. Shuman; CJL; Rellly & Brit
Tbia book is accompanied by 107 half
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THE NARRATIVE BIBIJ3, edited bv
Clifton Johnson; Jl pp.; The Baker
& Taylor company.
The narrative portions af the Bible are
here condensed Into a volume of moderate
length, without any essential change in
the Bible words and phraseology, except
that of omission. Tha story la suitable for
the average reader under 15 years of age.
Rase Awev with Mall.
NKT3RASK.A CITY, Neb., Dec I (Spe
cial.) A team of old homes attached to
the mall wagon here did a peculiar stunt
yesterday morning. All of the night mall
which arrived here was loaded on the
wagon and the driver went back Into the
depot for something and when he came
out the team was gone and with them a
waggnload of mall. He came up town
and .vr? the alarm, but nothing could be
ascertained regarding the team. All morn
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the team, but with no success, but about
noon a telephone tneevaga from Wyoming,
a small town seven miles north of here on
the Missouri Paolflo railway, conveyed the
Intelligence that the wagon and team were
there and the mail all Intact. The team had
traveled the entire distance by Itself and
gone on a slow trot. The only reasonable
solution of the act la that tha horaee have
been ftd up at that place several times of
lata and liking the feed real well concluded
to go back there. The horses have been
driven an the mail wagon and backs here
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