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COST OF RUNNING FOR OFFICE
, . , ,
Candidates at ths Eecent Primaries i
File Their Expense Accounts.
CHEAP B.ACE FOS BITTEXBZ5DEE
fro. I bit tea tasdirist (air ts 9a-
preier Bear- wri tlir mlss.
llaa mtkait Hitlin
From a Sf i o-respondent
MN1j!.N. .Vik. Srecisl t Thomas
Hall, who secured the republican nominif i
for railway comtmi-nioner. filed a siateme
of monejs exi- nt.d 1" him in Ins race, the
whole amount betne S-1 ". Most of this
was paid out lor advertising a.id printing,
although a considerable expense was In-
cur red In mailing circulars to graduates
of the state univers-lty.
Henry C. Blttenbenticr. prohibition candi
date for the supreme tench. spent nothing
a. wording to the statement rendered to
Jr-t secretary of state
1 T! expense accounts of other caididates
fd with the secretary of state are as
follows: H. C lietbe of i jceola, republi
can, for railway commissioner. J. E
Miller of Lincoln. fus:onlsi. for regent of
the utiversity. BTT.30: Charles T. Knapp
uf Llrcoln. fusionist. for re -rent. HS.JP: W.
A. Olc.a-i of Kearney, ficcSontst. for Judge
of the supreme court. SG2..S: I. L Albert
of Columbus, fusion tat. for Judge of the
srprerr.e court. $7; F. V. Fitch of Omaha,
republican, for district juiljte. CJ0.56-.
iTarles Haffke of Benson, democrat, for
4,ir: Jcdge, W. Burt E. Enyart of
Tekamaii. democrat, far district Judge, "nut
see sent";. Joan Everson of Alma. fuavcra
Im for Jv.ige of the suprema court, 3LB;
ETdred of MoCook. republican, for
vurri j-jcVre. XTTCS; 1 U. Hurd or Bar
is -St. republican, for distrirt Judge. CC.
Totrn Will to aaew.
ry af Stale Walt has n-tvee, a
letur frtsm lwraa
county asking bni
Cc-raty Clerk Oemsa Higne
rasteM kss auliturttj when be planed hlJ
own mum a threat tickets at the primary
eiacttwn. r. ICgbee was a candidate for
re srtien mat a placed his name on
threw Itc-ets a his own persoaal ."ti tk.
titer rvx r protk fr-wa tx ot7-r,v
vMm mC irr of le .hrwe part -.TnJ
vat Vi :r- b tend an the ucua cc V
has alwaya rail i um-I ct txi
tke-y can get. Lhesr names n tmly cav
arit kv a arrsotcai reunt. II a easll
Uk 4ea.te rja name un tww r mar
icteta to inuai ge roien af to nar a
k .! id in i' at to Ee a
b.a rns name m Pkw on
rarvy tadk-r. Mr.. Kil" pceal hm uo '
en lie- 7wraHir-am. de-socraur -cd pupralis
'Ickssst i a mndidajr lor aunai; Cera.
Tb sjes clerk f ths ffi-rrs- eomr: i-
rntnn sua vra: at ooun-.y cieri m
lcna ouitniry- Mr. Wall baa tmed 'tie
tr-aar " ts ta a-Turntv g-rera".
swt 4lsrw tkw lea C.
Tb snjarems court has 1 waxed a writ A
raanca-t-ja onmptllirg Judge Harry Inv
gas of tc TetU JLOl. -1 i-t to Ca
sjjiaj sadtna txcd n tne mt-Ri'-tion suit
pan agamrt the city of Mmdeo.
"r rirj aume una ago voted Kit
bonds fs r purchase or construction
rtytrrmj p.ant. Wnen this bond
tSKjakJtai ca. .' hjA. opoa l.s scim-ion to
th prvrnv tns Sghcng avmxskcy tnsut inert
. vi -rc-Lri fev crsntpsr.ntg th va-idiry of j
in- bunda. fus top at that inci. ua
arcuuax f tne aneenna of Judge Ttirgan. !
lcsxxm.ad be fur e .he Cnarney coimiy
"h.s otCiuU 'mued a w-j wb-cb uj
t-.r l.puLed as la a t-itr cr ecu it saa
sjj-- d-dar a uuaunv? n
junction prevenun- the nty from tseuing '
I the bonds. This order lu later dissolved
by Judge Duncan and he refused
luw a supersedeas.
Heldlss; J Ware Mfwick.
i juage gagwiek. writing the opinion forjillUl DlSQlCt UOngresimmn Will le
tne supreme court, held that the county I
judge had jurisdiction snd that the writ i
,Mued by him , t,mporirr lnJuncUoD. ,
He further held that the writ when it was i
dissolved hv Jud. n,.r,n. .hM ,
The new phase of the matter means that
as the cite now stands the order of disso
lution of the temporary restraining order j
against the city may be set aside or super
sedei by the lighting company upon the !
tender of the proper bond. This restores
the restraining order t-j fuii force and ef
fect at wLich point it will remain until the
case can be tried in the district court upon
In rendering his opinion on the matter '
Judge Sedgwk'k failed to pass upon the
validity of the bond issue, over which the !
controversy has arisen.
NEWS NOTES FROM BEATRICE
Cat Cessly Kalr Will Have Aviation
Jleet as aa tdded At
BEA TRICE. Neb.. Aug.
The board o managers of tha Gage County Maffley. president. John Bohison. vice pres
Falr aaaodatloa held a meeting Monday ! iatnt and Peter Michaelson. treasurer and
afternoon and arranged for an aviation I
meet to be held her during the county fur.
October 2 to I A committee was appointed ; commenced suit in the district court of
and authorised to contract for two or three Madison county against Warren U. Stan
dayg" rights. ton. secretary and manager of the com-
Carda ar out announcing th approach- . pany requesting that an accounting be had
!ng marriaga of C W. Clawson and Miss of al! money received and disbursed by him
Viola, Stevwna. which Is to occur at th 1
bride s born here next Sunday. j
John VHek. a pktnewr residant of aiige
county, died Sunday at hts bom south of !
Mr. and Mr. C H. Ojers onlefc rated
their foreltb wedding anniversary Sunday
afternoon at tnetr bom west of th city
In the nrsswTOi of about fifty gurarta. They
race rred iimbrr of nie prsnenta, among
wbicn was a mantle chimes dork, a gift
from that Ortd Fel!owa and Rbekab lodges,
of which Mr. and Mrs. OJera ar aDembera.
Ths Gsb County Teachers' tnatltota
opened here yesterday for flvw days' ara
sloa with aa er-wllrneot of 1a Ths in
strurtort ar prof. Martin of Nebraska
C!tv. M: Ruth Prrtks of Llneotn, Miss
fheehan nf Lincoln and Msss Howell of
r-r-tr FTe. Miss Jassts Pyrtle.
mrrr.tr st.-permtende.-K. last evexrinc gnvs a
-ep;ot tn the vtstanar teau-fcers.
WNCEa UGHT CASE IN COURT
ItT Wsstta P. ne-mrtwai m
fws--e Ba-ars't by LteSt r
sT Airsfwve Isnatdl law f.
MTXTiEX. Ve . Any. rt-fwclaLV T
- V-- rs m a".-s. -aratir-rthy fn-
t. dw-r4ns f tn scwv .w t in
t-rma hT ,v lorsP e'.sxi.lg Drn-
pa-x to eivj-o w-av-s-e of bestdt weal
07 tne ctt. t ' us a a msDcrm to gs
, 'h.- o"aa in?- or rsrwst hfnr e the loot
dart tugfits o" tae wtnn
rr t-iBtix r,,
aerr"ce of the nresen: irrmteay owned
plan' has men s i.ia; the-
smre (J birrs s t
. m .
-I.- anu uj
tary Texams o pay
th rv frr tke ssj 1 as aJieJL Ths m
junrtioa saji dusvd tf Jitdsa Dtsmn
and tfca nope-sednaa. brau! reussrL The
trie Bent er-nianr tnen asked the
SJipremi court to- a nt or mutiuniii to
narTn-j the Cvia-: -adf ts show cans
ar Et huru Th ease was argtt-d to the
mra-jn cecrt s week age
' . .
ahu-ld br tmsesed wrth clean bantimsKS aaie
- itl was Bnoklsn's Amirs .Salve. Heals j
' biani. wo.inda. aorec. piles. Sr. For Mi
i hy Ebsan Lang Cn.
Norris Will Follow
XT I , . t Tl j
WllSOn at tile air j
liver Address on Reciprocity,
,Fro,n s,aff Correspondent
I.IVllI V Ve ln ""jSroul l
Congressman George W. Norris w, speak '
a. trie errasna state lair. sepiemoer . ;
according to a telegram received here to- '
day by Frank HarrtMm. Congressman ,
Norris' talk, which It 1s believed mill be I
upon his attitude toward reciprocity, will i
follow that t.f iecretarv of Agriculture
James Wilson, the latter havLnc accepted
an invitation to speak here Tuesday. Sep
ten:lr 5. The Iowa member of President
Taft cahinet. It is said, has also indi-
ciied that he would talk in support of the '
reciprocity measure fostered by the na
MEADOW GROVE TELEPHONE
COMPANY IS IN COURT
Aaklasi for ai
MADISON. Auk. 2. Sne,-ial. t Oeorce R.
member. r ih. RrH of t ir-,..r. nt th.
Meadow tirove Telephone company have I
nd that all money In his possession be i
P'd over to th treasurer of the company.
nd that In tha meantime a receiver for
tn property of the corporation be ap-
pointed by the court- The petition repre- lon railway being permitted to close South
sents that Secretary Stanton is now delln- i sijttn reet on which the Burlir.gi m Is to
quent to th company to the amount of j "ect a new . passenger depot.
11.06J.C for which h has mad no ac- R. L Presson and A If. P. Casaon of John
oounting, although same has been fre- ! n have been arrested by Sheriff Fisher
quently demanded by the board of dtrec- I n,l brought to this city to answer to the
tors; that he has unlawfully tampered with I charge of assaulting Mrs. Krelmer of Tal
the by-laws, and other papers, books and ! mage and threatening to assault two other
records, and has on his own motion pre
tended to call special meetings for the
revising of the by-laws, and when such
special meetings were not attended by any
person but himself and wife, they pre
tended to mak and adopt new bylaws.
one of wnich was t.at Secretary Stanton!
should be the full and unrestrained seer-'
tary and gene-a .' mavrurer of sucn trie- ,
phone company srtth full autrontv to ranke
any indebtedness, collect and disburse any ;
funds at bis own oottra and without
authority fro3i tia bca-d. or witaout ths
knowledge, and eVmarnt f the board. Ac
cor4air to the nefiikm Seeeetry Stanton
and hia wire own S per ceit of ths stock
; f ths company.
2, . 3necal. t
y t j.is c
""l :d tT hanging hi-arrL' to a tree
p'Tnserr nio itmttT. w trrn tu TimiiV
haT aa Ksc- later !'-fe ;
a as en nrs. Canmc WTjscm and rndrr- j
taker Rim vis were calX from Falls CS'.y -.
in ba htanc He was 2 years of age- and j
diacnarrrngsd wiLh Unt unsueci of fsTlmg
hea-Lh Ha was born re G mi 1 y . and had
! resided ir RlcKarden county for fo-ty
1 years. For a long time be was prvtWif
' p-rsartan. and arverai Ian was a ra"-
: a- 9 en the democraik- ,cis for ami''
Pi Ue far Cnaxev
EEOke' BOW. Ner A-.t r-.r
-Rsal eataia ronunea t-'tirs in this
"i ir,iu. and recen. rs-ns Lave maiaruUJ)
rwatX- ml Hlrir4w
in Hlsswrif tw Tns
wttsi s gepf
improved the prostiect for a good corn crop
and made real estate dealers more hopeful
or. me oest selling season in the last lew
rs- On the best rales recorded this
fall was the sale of the A. E. Biekman
J farm of ? sores near Broken. Bow thin
week for FS per acre. Mr. Siekman pur
man purchased the farm a year ago for
W6 per acre and bad improved it by erect
ins; buildings valued at about SZOOt. G.
E. Garrison of Missouri Is the purchaser.
NEWS FROM NEBRASKA CITY
It far Diaim taTaiaat Coasty far
Drain at Bafcy Killed When
Rnad raved la.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Aug. .
Sneial. Some time since George W.
Olson, wife and children, all residents of
thiii county, mere coming home from Union
and psrt of the road of a high embank-
nI a,e w"v lnrm ,nr ru"
mat tney ami tne team were precipitaieu
into a deep ditch below, mhen Mrs Olsen
was seriously injured and the baby killed
outright. The vrife. Mrs. Florence N. Olsen.
has filed a suit in district court against
Cass county for B.OO and the father, who
hat been appointed administrator of the
daughter's estate has sued for M.ono iam
aj;es for the loss of the daughter In the
pttttion both allege the road had been In
a bad condition for some time and had no
marning lights or signals thereon.
The engagement of Joseph E. O'Brien
and Miss Stella Krossen hag been an-
The prospective bride is the
daughter of ex-Mayor Charles N. Krassen
and a popular young woman, while the
prospective groom was born and reared
Andrew S. Stuart. Frankie M. Sims and
George E. Thomas have each f!led suits
in the district court against Jhe Burlington
railway, each asking for Sl..oO for damages
to ,n'ir Property situated in the southern
i" " """"
Two attempts were made last night to
rob the hom of Frank Weaton. residing
In the northern part of the city. Th police
mere called both times, but failed to find,
any trace of the visitor. Westou was given
a revolver to watch for the burglar and in
turn he gave th police $ mhich he iial
in the bouae to keep for him tint l morning,
tne money evidently bring mhat th burglar
Philip Kruat. a carpenter marking 00 the
new garage of J. H Market, had a narrow
escape from being decapitated. He and
other workmen had just set a large plate
glass window. ixl44. and being aent for
some naila. forgot about the g'aes and
malked through tt. The glass was shatten-o
Into a thousand pieces and fell about him.
He was cut about the far and arms, but
' Bone r tb workmen who witnessed the
acodent can tell why be was not killed by
the sharp rleces of glass that fell on his
head and body.
I BOOTY OF ROBBERY FOUND
!MMUM wl ruunu
Urtt assstlty mt m a eased Eavelwstes
! Dlarwvered I sder WtrekssM
is I taenia.
1 From a Staff Correspondent 1
L1NCOL... Neb.. Aug JC Special. ) A
bushel of stamped envelopes, discovered
under a platform of the Minneapolis
Threshing Machine corrpany is believed
to be th discarded booty of a postofrire
or mil car robbery- Ths envelopes beear
the return cards of a Ctdar Bluffs firm
and of a rami routs leading out of that
placa. Workmen found the envelopes aa
they were tearing down tha platform un
der w hich tha booty had bees thrown.
Would Amend the
State Election Laws
Chief ExecntiTe Concladei that Can
didates for Office Spend Too Mach
Honey Getting- Into the Game.
"From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb . Aug. 'Special
Governor Aldrich confirms the rumor that
he mill seek to have a bill passed at the
next session of the state legislature plac-
! ing the candidate s expenditures entirely
under the control of the state. He sas.
I "I most certainly shall recommend to the
j next session of the legislature the passage
of a bill providing for the expending of
i campaign al'omances by the state instead
; of by the candidates themselves. Particu
, larly do I refer to the advertising cam-
paign expense which was grratly misused
; In some instances, 1 believe, during the
late primary campaign. General abuses
i of campaign expenses have grown to such
Ian extent that they threaten to destroy
j the spirit and strength of our present prl-
maty system. If this thing is allowed tt
continue it will mean nothing more nor
less than that the direct primary will be
come a mon-e ehc'e for the special in
terests to ride in than mas the old con
'ASKS HUNDRED THOUSAND
FOR PERSONAL INJURIES,
Madtaam Ksaineer t rasked I ndrr
Lorornotlve Files slt tcslsst I
MADWj.V Neu. Aug. -tapcciai.t 1
George C Keliey litis commenced suit in ;
the district court of Madison eountv
againet the Clikago a; Nonhm estern Rail- ;
may company, asking for damages in the j
sum of H.0.v Mr K el ley represents in J
l.ls petition that on Fet rua-y 2. iiU. m hile
lie mas operating s steam suovel for the
defendant at Houghton. S P.. a iocomo- I
tlve turned over against the steam shovel j
by reason of which he mas panned benentii (
the shovel for a period of five hours and j
sustained therefrom a f-actured skull. th- j
loss of his right -ye and the hearing of his
r;eht ear. a nn-Jim -ess of virion in h- I
left eye and bearing In his left ear several j
rls broken a.--ii one li:nb scaideii to the
exteat that It Is para'yxed. and other sen- j
oua fractures and fKA'res. Mr Kei'ey al-
! leges that he wa.s er-ivlng a: the time of
i U a'-cment $lTi r" mont 1. h'lt not, he j
ts wholly ! ncapa.cn at -d from pursu rg 1 is ,
; vwati'tn as engineer anti f"m o-rft,r-n n ; :
.any tnaniia) lalor wHt-ve- Mr Kellry
' has returned from Mayo's h'ti-p-tai. R-tc-:
ester Minn., whe-e he lias been iindcrgo
j operations and taking treatment. Be
j ing a man of about y years of age ard
having an expecutney of inirty-four ears, ;
. he e.-timates the damage ihst he lias su- 1
I tained on the ha'.v of 11" ner month to be '
I YORK. Neb.. Aug. 11 (Special.) Chn- I
tian Webber sued Fifwaed J.thns-t- in 1's- I
trk-t fourt foe SuOO. claiming damages to
that amount on account of his team be- j
; coming unmsnagab'e wnen Johnson's au- ,
i tunuitule pawed nim in a carnage 10 j
I whi -h his fmilv aas rid.ng Webber and
) his daughter mere thromn out upor their j
had-- lotn having a broken noe.
sxorwa Dasasr Is Harlas.
ALMA, Neb.. Aug Special. . Thia '
localitv ill visited b a strong wind and '
hev; rain storm a, roir.jianied by had tn '
parts of the county Sunday evening. In :
the Prairie Tog vailey the ttarrn was of a ;
cyclonic nature and did several hundred
dollars damage Cm the Chartea Osbora
farm, smth of Aims- ail th buildings ex
cept the residence were oompletsly
w recked, and on the J. B. BiUings farm,
between her and Republican City, th ,
house and ham were both destroyed.
William Jackson resides on the farm. At
Republican City Dick Springsteen's livery
bam maa unroofed and several outbuild
ing and shade trees were blown over.
LINCOLN MAN HAS BIPLANE j
Dr. i. It. Braavaftelel af 1. !! la-j
vesta ev Feral af raft tat
avlarate lr. i
fFmm a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Aug. 2. Special. Pr. G. R
Bromnfield of this city has invented a new
form of biplane, and. hy eastern machinists ;
mho are constructing it for him. it is '
claimed to be a successful innovation In
aerial navigation. Tr. Bros, nfield. horn
ever, says that he prefers the use of a ;
monoplsne. and asserts that if he can sell
his patent he will forsake the one with
which he has conquered the air. A working
model of the new airship will be finished
within a few m-eks and sent to the local
man for tnal r.leh's in this city.
CAME TO THE WRONG STATE
srrrrtarr Rayae Tells Oataide I atr.
oration Nebraska Banks Are
Is f9t4td Sbisr.
iFrom a Staff 'arreponlent.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Aug. r. 'Special.
) In a letter to an out-of-t lie-state company.
I which wrote to Secretary Royse of the
State Banking board and mhnse ostensible
and other Seashore Resorts
DIRECT OR VIA BALTIMORE
Tickets on sals Daily until Sept 30.
Saving ia Fare and Satisfaction derived
from the Hi.h Standard Pennsylvania
Service are Travel Advantagee worth in
vestigating. Costs nothing fer particulars
Address W. H. ROWLAND, T raveling Paaaenrr Agvr
319 City NstMMul Bask Building. OMAHA
reason for existence In Its buying of as
sets of liquidated or failed baoka, that
official has given the concern to under
stand that there Is no room for It to oper
ate in this state, the reason for th lark
of opening in Nebraska being the fact that
no depositors of any bank In thts Stat
have lost money because of bank failures
within the last seven years.
James Movs. T.'il North Fourteenth
street, frame dwelling. SMO: O. 8. Finch,
ar.d J Gregg. J416 Lake street, brick the
ater. S5.i: Walter P. Krause. 1301 South
Thirty-sixth street, frame dwelling, CI,
J. Bacin. .v! North Twenty-fourth street,
f-ame dwelling. JS.30"; Trustees Boston
Ground Rent Trur' "'vteenth and Farnam.
marble stairmay, tLSOa.
Instantly. Does not dry op.
the cavity. Destroys bad odor.
Dent's Toothache Gum
via Norfolk eno way
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