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    THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1911.
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AUTO OWNER INTO COURT
Semaia County Attorney Brings Suit
OTer License.
DATE SET FOS KEAE5XT HXAMSO
Westers) Cltv A evil's fa 9fr rBj
MVf Trelae eria Platte
Jaaaes salltvaa Asks far
tarslea af Gaverwar.
(Tmm a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Juna . Spertal) Trwi
Hawiby. twinty attorney of Nemaha
emtntr. has started proteeutlon against
Olrn Parker for runnlni an automobile
without a Ilcanac. Parker boarht an auto
mo W la ami continued to uaa tha aame num.
bar used by tha former owner. Tba former
owner bought a new machine and con
tinued to use his old number.
Tha attorney general' office bolda that
tha only way a number ran be transferred
la by traaafer on tha books of registration
km tha offica af tha secretary of state.
Parker did not obtain a transfer when b
oofM tha machine and be Is now charged
with running aa automobile without a
I
TTe aid law under which he I being
' prosecuted provides for a f.ne of from S3
. to fM or Imprisonment for thirty days for
, a aaoand offense. The new automobile law
rronow uu in a erase or registration
faaa shall go to tha county In which th
Applicant for license resides.
M tor a cartlfled copy of all persons who
aavs automobile Keens and Instead may
' call tha secretary of state aa a witness.
Ba venerea tha staxe ought to assist In
enforcing tha registration law without
' piling up so much coats against counties
, waera anforcamenta ara attempted.
Kismr Cwsaalalat .
Tw Stats Railway commission haa de-
elded to hear tha Kearney Commercial
' stub oemplaint against the Union Pacific
Railroad company at Kearney. July I Th
ctab asks for ana or two additional local
paaesngsc trains between Orand Island and
Vert Platta.
The) complaint of Charles H. Kelsey
against tha Northwest rn Railroad com-
' Pany. asking for a new depot at Nelig-h,
Vwfll be beard at Kellgh. July II. The rail
aa4 company dealrea to rebuild tha old
'spot at a cost of CJM and tha complain
' ant win not consent.
Tha Hebraska Telephooa company haa
, been gtvan authority to close Its toll sta
; Boa at Radar. Pierce county, because tha
. rarauua for tolls haa not eseeeded 11.15 for
, , A parted of six months and because
). operator la difficult ta obtain.
i Tha North Star. Sheridan Curtis Tele-
. pbona aompany of Curtis haa been author-
, , laad by tha commission to Issue $290 of
. stock. Tha application of tha Tork County
Telephone company to Issue $35,000 of stock
haa not bean passed on by tha commission.
Tha Tork company dealrea to Invest tha
. . aaVm 1b stock of the Bradshaw Telephone
company, which now haa a capital stock of
Mb.
Salltvaa A ska Pardaa.
Jamas Sullivan haa applied ta OoTarnor
Aldrch for a pardon. He waa on of th
three men convicted af killing a railroad
Mgnt watchman namad Frank Wiser at
0Mnay la tha year 1901 Tha other men
were Thomas Mclntyr and Harry Neville,
AH reoatved Ufa sentences. Neville. ob
tained a commutation of sentence from
Governor Shallenberger; January" . T31L
One of tha last acta of tha retiring gover
nor was to liberate Neville on the ground
Of railing health.. Now Sullivan, whose
llf sentence waa commuted to tan years,
January 1. 19(a). by Governor Sheldon, asks
for liberty on th ground that Neville,
who la aow free, signed aa affidavit sev
eral year ago admitting that ha was tha
man who killed tha night watchman and
that ha had lied previously when he said
tha tolling waa dona by Sullivan.
Ptar Back frwaa Baetaa.
Joaf A. Piper, secretary of tha Stat
Board of Charities and Corrections, has ra-
tareed from !, V-ST3 hs fcttesdtd
tha national conference of charttlea and
rorrecuoos. H was elected a member
of tha committee on poor law. a commit
tee that reports on the car of tha poor
ta county poor farms and other Institu
tion Hs nslted sis or seven prisons and
reformatories during his absence from Ne-
rka and will report his findings.
Stat Deatal Eaasslaatlaa.
jA'n examination la being held at the
fate house by tha secretaries of the State
Dental board. Secretary Brock of North
Platta and Secretary Ladd of Lincoln are
la charge of the examination. Twelve applicant-
and four who desire to obtain
certificates ta practice In Nebraska have
applied for certificates.
Miller Pile, aa Pepallst.
J. E. Miller of Lincoln, who waa re
cently placed la nomination by petition of
lemocrata aa a democratic candidate for
regent of tha university, has filed for H'-m.
If as a populist candidate. His personal
request to be placed on the ballot a a
popunst candidate for regent has been
received by the secretary of state.
Charles T. Dickinson of Omaha haa filed
nTiinatton rapers with the secretary ' at
Stat aa a republican candidate for judge
ot me fourth Judicial district.
Caaaty Aeaeasaaoata.
Kichardsoa. Holt and Knox countlea ail
snow aa Increase in assessed valuation of
property over last year. Richardson county
bss reported to the state board a total of
ff.mxa:. Last year It had a total ot IT..
4.C1. Holt tounty this year reports
H, 77X507 and reported CT.T.to.' last year.
Knox county this year has a total af
t4.9U.fla and last year reported CTJS.toi
t haaae af Jartadtettee.
Tha local branch of the federal naturalis
ation department, located in the d strict
court here, has passed from under the
Jurisdiction of the Denver frees and ul
hereafter be looked after by the naturalis
ation of flies at St. Louis. The order tall
lag for the change Informs ths authorities
here that all offices ea.t of the l'Oih
mertdaa are affected and will hereafter re
port to the bt. Louis oftVe instead of the
Denver office as In the past.
Detailed Census of Nebraska Counties.
The director of the renwtis baa announced th population of
according to its minor civil divisions, aa foilowa:
11.
MADISON COL" NTT ' 1 ll
Battle Creek precinct. Including next of Battle Creek Tillage l
Psttie Creek vlllsse (part on
Total for Battle creek village In Battle Creek and High
land precincts S7
Emerlrk pmlmt
Enoia prelnt tm
Fairvlew precinct t7
Green Garden precinct 64
Orove precinct H
Highland pre. (net. Including prt of Battle Creek village.... t9
battle Creek vlllaae (part of) 1
Jefferson pre'inct. Including part of TIM en village 71
Tllden villaae ipart oft S4
For total see Burnett township. Antelope county.)
KtltmauM precinct f.
Madimn precinct )
Madison city - L
Meadow Grave precinct. Including Meadow Grove village S
Meadow Grove village M
Norfolk precinct i.m
Norfolk city -. 3
Ward 1 Le
Ward 1 - L
Ward t i - ' LJV7
erJ 4- - ...-. a a e wa a aeee a. 11 8
North Deer Creek precinct JM
Fcnoolcraft precmct US
Shell Creek precinct. Including Newman Orove village LU
Newman Grove village se
South Deer Creek precinct 141
I'nlon precinct .... ............... ...... ...... 24
Valley precinct .. ............ . . 6tt
W'arnervllle precinct -
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J. A Barber, manager of tha tor, waa
quit certain as to his Identity. Winner,
a mare boy of 19 years of ajre, is a con
sumptive, and said ha waa tramping over
tha country because he bad no relative
or friends and la not able ta work.
Automobile Struck
by String of Cars
Near Wood Eiver
Three Penoni Seriously Injured
When Machine ii Demol
ished by Cart.
wnnn river. Neb.. Juna . (Special
Telegram.) Three people In aa automobUe
had a miraculous escape from death her
late last night. T. O. Honnold. a local
liveryman, waa returning to town with
Ruseell M. Jones and Miss Bessie EStrawn
as pssseogers. and as they were crossing
the .Union Pacific tracks at Main street
the auto waa struck by a suing of freight
cars which were being blown along tha
.mi Th automobile waa completely de
molished and all tha occupants were
severely Injured. Mr. Hsnnold hsd his
right shoulder dislocated and Mr. Jonea
sustained a broken arm and shoulder.
hi- atrawn was severely bruised and It
Is thought received tnternal Injurlee which
. . nrove fataL At the time of the ac
cident the wind waa blowing a gale and It
was Impossible to sea but a short distance
on account of tha dirt Th wind waa fol
lowed by a heavy rain.
SETTLERS ENTER COMPLAINT
AGAINST CHERRY CATTLEMEN
Daa sailer ssl Otaere Say Baaeh-
era Aaaay Thews far Psrsese af
Drlvlaa- Taeaa Away.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Juna . 8pecial.) Dan
Smoiley and a doaen other Ktnkaidera.
settlers in central Cherry county, have
written Governor Aldrich a letter of com
plaint against cattlemen who own and
operate the Diamond Bar ranch, th M.
W. ranch and the Cross Anchor ranch,
which tha writers allege harass and an
noy them for the purpose of making them
leave their placea.
It la further alleged by tha homesteaders
In their letter of Information that the cat
tlemen allow their stock to roam at large
over their lands and destroy their grow
ing crop. The letter la to be turned over
to the United States district attorney of
Nebraska, who Is Investigating similar
complaint coming from other western
Nebraska countlea.
to find that tha womaa was alive and
well but confined la th county Jail be
cause of th recent theft of P6 from
Henry Skokl some time ago. A letter
written by a sister of th wayward ne-
gresa and which she gleefully referred to
as a missive which would bring "tha old
ta" waa responaTbl for th visit of the
Saloon Men (Jet
Tips on Duties
Excite Boird of Lincoln Hold Session
at Which Policy for Year
la Outlined.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Juno S. (Special ) At a
meeting held by the excise board this
morning for tha purpose of reviewing the
coming license year with saloon propri
etors, th saloon keepers unitedly asserted
themaeivea aa favoring strict regulation
ot their establishment. Copies of th ex
cise rules of th city are to be placed la
tha hands of each bartender In th city.
a daaghtar la Marrvtlle. He was aged 97 i
year. Mr. Reynold was a aatlv of
PenaaTtvania. ' but had Itved la tha west
for fifty years. His wlf died hi Tecum
seh seven year ago. and he la tut "teed
by a oana-hter and five aona
lrsi Jowae.
BROKITN BOtr. Neb., June H. (Special).
Nick Jacquet a wealthy and wall known
eittsea of Merna. is dead. Marshall Eddy
received a telegram yeaterday from his
sons, George and Prank Jacquet. advlstng
of his demise In th Mayo hospital at
Rochester. MtnrC Mr. Jacoiiot was oper
ated cn In that Institution about two
weeks ago. His body will be brought to
Merna for burlaL Mr. Jaconet formery
was engaged In th elevator buetnees. his
toniiow conducting It. He waa also a
prominent cattleman In th earlier day
and his fortune was mad In grain and
cattle deals. Th funeral will ba held
Monday or Tuesday.
J a a Andrew Kelsa.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. June 9S- (Epe-
dal Telegram.) John Andrew Kelso, a
former member of tha dty council and a
well knowa grocer, passed away yesterday
at the are cf 57 years. Ha leave a widow
and six children.
REPUBLICAN CTTT. Neb.. June .
(Special.) Mm. Roas Bora an of Wallace,
Nei formerly of this dty. died last Fri
day. Th body was brought here and
burled In Cedar Grove cemetery Saturday.
Rev. Mr. Haeklne oond acted the service.
Mrs. Borden was S year old. Tha funeral
waa under th auspteea of th Woman's
Relief corps, of which aha was a member.
Sidney Beery.'
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., June 3a, Sidney Beery.
lawyer and prominent Mason, died last
night, aged M years. Ha was a repreaen
tattv from the local temple to the Imperial
council of sbrtner hi Rochester, N. T.,
next month.
Reary Sealasaar.
PORT MADISON. Ia.. June X Attorney
Henry Schlemer, aged O, died of Bright'
disease at his home here today. For
three terms ha waa mayor of Port Madison
In th early eighties. -
Paal Haaaphray ta Marry.
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. Juno M, (Special
Telegram). Mr. and Mrs. A. R- Hum
phrey, ths former a well known attorney
of Broken Bow, are In Vernon, Tex., to
attend the wedding of their son, Paal
Humphrey of Washington, D. C to Mlsa
Blanche Stephens, daughter of Congress
man Stephens of Texas. The wedding will
take place Juna 28. Mr. Humphries Is Con
gressman Klnkald's private secretary.
Fresaaat Paatar Called ta Tsseka.
FREMONT. Neb.. June . (Special)
Rev. w. 11. Buss of tha Congregational
church this morning official lv confirmed
the report that ba had received a call to
the pastorate of the First Congregational
church of Tooeka. Kan. Ka did not stats
whether he would accent or not. but it la
enerallv believed In church circles that
he will do so. Tha Topeka church la rec
ognized as the leading church of the de
nomination In that state.
DEATH RECORD
LUMBERMEN NOT YET
NOTIFIED OF INDICTMENT
t'r it eh field aad Hall at LI meal a Staad
Beady ta Far. La Baad Wheal
Ward Casaea.
Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June . (Special-) Bird
Crltchfleld and E. E. Hall, the Nebraska
lumber dealers. Indicted by a federal grand
Jury at Chicago last week for an alleged
violation of tha Sherman antl-trust act.
have so far received no direct advices as
to the findings of ths Jury. Mr. Crltch
fleld said this morning that papers In all
probability would be sent to tha United
elates "onarahaJ for ths district of Ne
braska. Further the lumberman asserted
that both hs and Mr. Hall war ready to
grv bond. .
WUaurel A. Oaaad.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. June M. (Special )
Wlllard A. Osgood, one of th beat known
farmers In Johnson countv. died at his
home southeast of this dty yesterday,
He suffered a stroke of Daralvsla several
months ago and gradually failed until ths
end. He was aared Sa years and la sur
vived by a family.
Wllllaas R. Beyaalda.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. June 2S.-4 Special
Tha body of William R. Reynolds, for
many years a aettler of this county, was
brought from Maryville. Mo., last evening
for Interment In the Tecuraseh cemetery
Mr. Reynolds died Frtdav at the home of
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SHE BROUGHT UIHE OLD MAN"
later af Girl la Jail Writes father
that Rta Daaghtar ta Dead
Wheat She ia la JalL
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June 3. (Spoclal.) Hurry
ing to Lincoln In order that he might take
homa the body of his daughter. Miaa Jes
sie White, whom he had been Informed
was lying dead In this city, Moses Robert
son, aa aged colored man and a pioneer
of Topeka. Kaa., arrived here today only
Preaaaat Urerrry Rabaad.
FREMONT. Neb. June M Special-)
y. W. R. Wilson's grocerv stars on East
y Sixth street aas entered last night by
' break In a window , and while aot mack
stuff waa stoles, (his damsces from break
, lng rpea gooda. etc.. are. heavy. Evt
deatiyhere were a number In It; bottles
, af olives, preserves anil all kinds of canned
gooda were brokea oaen and portions of
ths coateai scattered. The safs bad been
forced open and. a few dollars of loose
chang stulen. The buraUrs evidently ate
hearty 'lunch .and took along a lot of
cigars aad tobacco with them, beatde a
Hula canned stuff. No due to ths thieves,
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Jasaea W laaet la DUraara-ed.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. June X S pacta! V
James Wlnaer. held oa charge af having
.attempted to rob th general store of the
Tourtelat-Biu-ber comDSnv at Sterling, has
been allowfd to so. He waa given a
hearUur m the count v caurt aad the evi
ctees did aut im to ba strong enough
tha fellow ts hold him. although
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