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AUDITOR WLLLDEMAND CASH
Formal Request for Honey Paid
Officer of Union Fire.
TEACHERS . EXAMINERS' . FEES
Sosae . DeaM Wkdkrr ' They Are
I.eallr Paid I nder the Liit
Liability tonmlMlon Iloldi
Its First MhIm.
(From a Staff Correspondent.) .
LINCOUV, Dec. .-(Speclal Telegram.)
The report of the examiners on the
Woodmen and Union Fire Insurance com
panies hi been made to Auditor Barton,
but that official tblnka it advisable not
to irlve the document out at present, until
he has had time to examine It and pond
In the litigation In the district court.
One point, - however, he l willing to
discuss, and that was the payment of
f2S,ono to the officer of the Union
to induce them to resign, that the of fl
eers of the woodmen might be elected in
their place to further the merger of the
The reports disclose that J10.000 r.as
paid to T. J. Bromfield, 110.000 to E. H.
Marshall, $2,000 to O. P. Watson. 12,000 to
Cyrus Kellogg, 2,000 to J. F. Donovan.
Auditor Barton announced that some
time tomorrow be would make a formal
written demand upon the recipients of
this money that If be. refunded or ault
would be brought to recover it.
Mr. Barton stated that he would em
ploy an attorney to prosecute the cawe
unless the money was refunded, and that
a reasonable time would be allowed for
the parties to comply with the demand.
Paying; Trarken' Eianlarra,
Auditor Barton la hot altogether satis
fied with the explanation of the payments
of money to the board of examiners for
teachers' life certificates. He Is Inclined
to the opinion that regardless of the law
regarding payments for examinations of
the Independent normals and denomina
tional schools are Illegal. There Is no
provision In law for this board to exam
ine the state normal schools, and that
thla duty belongs solely to the normal
board. There also appears to be some dif
ference in the practice of the present su
perintendent and that of his predecessor,
C'rabtree. Under the latter it is said that
all the examinations-' for teachers' life
certificates were mads by the other board
of examiners, whose duties are at present
confined to certain high schools, and that
the duties, of the board composed of
Waterhouse, Bodwell .and Fisher, were
formerly confined to passing on the quali
fications of ' these independent schools.
There appears to be. some difference -of
opinion, however, on this point.
The auditor, has written a letter to Superintendent-
Dalzell asking for an ex
planation of the mlxup. ',)'.'
Liability Cosasatssloa .Meets.
The commission named by the last leg
Islaturo to formulate an employers' lia
bility bill met in the ' governor's rooms
this afternoon with ail the members pres
ent except' Vlct6r Roaewater of Omaha.
There were present C. T. Traphagen, A.
Ia. Wetherly and F. M. Coffey of IJncoln;
1. D. Kin saw of ETAOIN , in, Sin. ,11
I.. D. Evans of Kenesaw and A C. Welt
cell of Omaha. The commission organised
by electing Mr. Traphagqn chairman and
'A. , E. Sheldon of tte' state reference li
brary secretary.' . It was decided the com
mission would meet January. 30, . 1911; . to
take up. actual work and at that'tlme it
1s, expected -the scope of the proposed
measure wfll. be decided on, though noth
ing ran be done on the actual formulation
of the bill. Be fore that Is done it Is 'ex
pected severalmass meetings will be hejd
ai which parties Interested will be, asked
to appear and express their views. It will
also require some time to collect lnofrma
tlbn regarding what has been done among
those lines by other states.
Fees Exceed Expenses.
The bill placing the examination and
registration of stallions under the Juris
diction of the State Board of Agriculture
and fixing fees for Us work, is proving
a regular gold mine. The fees are IS for
examining an animal, ft for renewals of
registration and H for recording transfers
of ownership. It was predicted the
traveling expenses of examiners and other
expenses of administration of the office
would eat all the receipt. On the con
trary receipts up to date since September
1 have been til.7 while the expenses
to date have been I4.8S4W. There will
of year for printing and other things, but
be some heavy expense In the remainder
after this Is all paid It is eatlmated there
will be a handsome surplus, as the In
come will continue throughout the year.
' Kcaonl lloads. la lease. '.
A case argued In district court here
today may effect school bonds Issued In
all districts of the state, the attorney
general contending In the case of the
bonds sought to be , registered by the
Lincoln district that the law Is defective
In that the legislature, -when It amended
the law regarding school levy in 1RS1
neglected to put. in the title anything
regarding the Issuance of bonds, but did
put the provision in the law.
Sixteen Iarhes of Coal.
State Geologist Barbour has reported
to the governor on the coal find near
Uehllng. He says that about sixteen
Inches of the bed is brown coal and
lignite, but that more development work
will , have to be done by the discoverer,
Mr. Ephriam Johnson, to demonstrate
there Is a workable vein of coal. .
Randall Write Hankers.
State Fire Warden C. A. Randall has
addressed another of a series of. letters
oh fire prevention which he Is sending
out to the bankers of the state. He asks
them to co-operate with his office In
tearing down old! shacks 'and In keeping
premises under their ownership and con
trol free from litter and other thing
which add to the fire hazard. :'
The winter short ' course In scientlfio
short C oarse to Begin,
agriculture will begin at the state farm
next Tuesday. These courses are' held
each winter to give farmers ' an oppor
tunlty to study scientlfio farming at -a
time when they can best spare the time
from their farm labors. " ...
Carload of Coal Donated.
The lumber and fuel .dealers of .Lincoln
have donated a carload of coal to the
charitable associations . of the city to
be given to the poor. .
.: To Preserve (Mate Records. . ,
The. new . steel fixtures for .the . valut
In the secretary. of state's office have
arrived and, the work of. Installing them
will commence. In a few days. There Is a
carload of them and the task of putting
them ' in place . and replacing ail the
records will require considerable 'time.. -
- Llkea BalldOa; Better.
Governor Aldrlch. has solved the dog
problem for the time being', at1 least. He
has decided , to. retain' the buldog as the
family pet and guardian and 'to send the
collie to 'the 'farm , to' grow ;upt with' the
country, "'. ' 1 - .,. , . . , .
M. P. IS SPENDING MONEY
Annual Report Rereali Caih Spent
MOKE FREIGHT ON ROCK ISLAND
NEWS NOTES FROM BEATRICE
. -. '.. ' . - f
State " Dairy' inspector Find that
' City's' Milk.-Snpplr la .Below; - '
.','..' ' Standard.
BEATRICE, , Neb., , Dec. ',2R.-kSpeclal.)
A, state dairy.' inspector' visited Beatrice
yesterday and .secured twelve quarts of
milk .from, that, many milkmen retailing
milk in Beatrice, and in making sedlr
mentary tests found none to be 1 first
class. Four were fair, while elgh,t showed
up as being quite bad. A few, he re
ported, -were absolutely rank and filthy.
No arrests 'will be made at present, but
the mllk'producers were ordered to cleap
up without delay..'
A number of physicians of this city vis
ited the Institute for Feeble Minded Tues
day night and gave the 300 inmates an
other treatment to. prevent the' spread of
typhoid fever. 'After they had- finished
their work they ' were entertained at
luncheon by Dr. W. M. Thomas, the su
perintendent. Marriage licenses were Issued in county
court yesterday to Claude Cramer and
Marie Larson and WUliam Trauemlcht
and Anna Heddlng.'all of Beatrice.
An unusual sale of furniture
The green -seal of quality event
Tuesday morning, January 2, we
begin an unusual sale of furniture
that will continue all the month. It
is unusual because the depth of the
cut in prices is greater than we ever
made before. In every case the
pricereductions are genuine. The ,
array of furniture includes the fin
est woods in the store with articles
for every part of the home.
CjThe reductions range from 10 to
60 per cent. ,
in Sunday Bee......
The Tig-Policy House
Established 1884 413-15-17 Sooth 16th Street
Operating! Ksnensea Materially
Mlgfcer on This Road 41 rand
Island claralagr Mark More
(FYom a Staff Correspond en t.)
LINCOLN, Dec. !8.-(Speclal.-The an
nual report of the Missouri raclflc, filed
with the railway commission shows a
material decrease In freight revenue and
some decrease ' In passenger earnings,
while at the same time operating ex
penses show a decided Increase. The
Increase In the letter Is due In a large
measure to Improvements and Determents
made In the trackage at the Instance of
the ' railway commission. The only In
creases In revenue shown by the report
comes from mall and express. Following
la the report In detail;
Freight receipts ) R7.17
Passenger receipts ... '-"t.MJ Z7I.046
Excess baggsge 4.i 0
Msii S5.!r. mat
Express SK.rcw " I7,W
Other passenger 1.4MI i9
Storage, freight KW 5i
Storage, baggsge W
Car service ' .7m) 11.260
Total rev. In state 1,tl7.H7 1.4A8.RM
Total rev. of lines 24,H.77l S6.lii0.244
Total operaUng exp... I.34.2:.2 l.7.3SS
Total opr. ei. system. 22,74S,M)0 ' 19,929.009
' Itock Island Report,
'The Rock Island shows a slight increase
in freight earnings and a small decrense
In passenger receipts, the grand total be
ing 'about the same for the two years.
The' operating expenses show a material
Increase. Following la the report In de
tail: 1911 1910.
FTelglit receipts m.'M $ frM.399
Passenger reielpts bit. Mi 127,164
Mall revenue 40.KA .IY9&I
Fix press revenue 68.0K!) 64.0M
Other passenger rev... .tl4 610
Storage, freight 717 89
Storage, baggage 7 41
Car service ' 2,3Hl (.919
Total revenue, state.. 1.627.M2 1.527.970
Revenue Of system ,,:, 3"I7 62.2,794
Operstlng expenses In
state 1.K0.7U7 1.2S0.606
Operating expenses of.
. system 46,84S.X)2 45,474.762
. Increase on Orand Island.
' The St. Joseph Grand Island report
shows a decided Increase In both freight
and . passenger earnings and also that
more money ,was spent In operating ex
penses. Following is the report:
-..' 1911. lfllO.
Freight receipts.... $ i,14 f 2H0.CI9
Passenger receipts 14,ftfi7 12.12
Exress baggage receipts S 4.il 2.290
Mall, revenue Ilftfcfi 1S.KW
Express . revenue.'. 18,814 13,597
Other passenger revenue. -73 SI
Storage., freight 1 305
Storage, baggage. 2 21
t:ar servioe ' 1,50. 1,248
Total revenue' In state.. WU.H 45,sr,2
Total Vrevenue of lines... l.TOt.814 1.631.7IH
Total operaUng . cx-,
peneses, state.....; 608,03t 4S6.S76
Total operating ex-
penscs, lines l,ta.21 1,S70,SC7
State Bar Members
.Gather at Capital
, (From a Staff Correspondent.)
. LINCOLN, Dec. 28. 8peclsl.) The state
bar association met here today for Its
twelfth annual session.' Judge B. F. Cloud,
president, ; delivered the annual address,
depicting the trials and tribulations of a
'Arrangements' have been completed by
the local members of the banquet commit
tee for the speakers at the banquet to
morrow evening. Oeorge A. Adams, presi
dent of the Lancaster bar association will
be toastmaster. It has generally been
customary for the retiring president to
serve In this capacity. The toast list
la as follows:
Judge M. B. Reese, "How tho Bar Looks
to the Supreme Court."
W. F. Curley, Omaha, "How the Su
preme Court Looks to the Bar."
C. C. Flansburg, Lincoln, "The Pioneer
John M. Dryden, Kearney, "The Short
J. II. Atwood, Kansas City, "A Man
WANTS TEN THOUSAND
FOR SOARING HIS TEAM
NEBRASKA CITt.'Neb., Dec. 28.-Spe-olal.)
Frlta Schweppe of Syracuse has
filed a ault in the district court agolnst
Henry UbU Henry Blschof, C. T. Grltxky,
John Kuse, L. A.. Young, Henry Kohn
and W. J. Hitter, ajl leading oltlsens and
business men of Talmage, . for $10,000, as
damages for scaring his team and caus
ing it to run away last summer while he
was en route home from Syracuse. These
men were part of a large automobile
parade of boosters, which was making a
tour of tho county, and they were going
Into Syracuse from Burr, when they at
tempted to -pas the plaintiff on the road
and near Syracuse. The team became
frightened and ran away and the wagon
was wrecked, and tbe man claim to have
received permanent injury to one of his
arms, which prevents him - from doing
any work. The defendants will defend
the rase and have retained attorneys for
reat Sale of Books at EilpaTick
Starts Friday Morning, December 29, at 8 O'clock
De Luxe sets in cloth, 3-4 leather and morocco. No better opportunity to replenish your library
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NEBRASKA CITY WELL NEARLY
THREE THOUSAND FEET DEEP
NKBRASKA CITY. Neb., Dec. 28. (Spe
cial.) Tbe deep well which is being sunk
bore is now down 2,871 feet and the drill
has. struck the hardest rock they have
encountered since, they started, and It la
slow work cutting through It. Thl.4 well
has been worked on by the contractors.
Ingersoll Bros., for the 'last three
years, and ,wbo have encountered many
fttfflrultlea. ' Thev are still at their task
and are being backed now by three local
capitalists. Prior to this the well was
sunk by a number of men, who have re
leased their holdings to the men who
are now backing the project and who
hope to strike oil or gas.
. - i
l rt. Walua Crltleallr 111.
NHBRAHKA CITY, Doc. 28.-8pecial.)
Hon. John C. Watson, one of the best
known attorneys In the state, is quite HI
at his homo In this city snd fegrs are
entertained for his recovery. He has
bean alllna- for soma time and Buffered
fiviil a throat complication, which censed
a partial loss of the voice, and now It
has become a body ailment, with the re
suit he ta confined to his . bed and rc
quire tho attention of a physician all of
the time. He always has been one of the
leaders of the republican party in. this
part of the state and several times was
elected' senator from this count. j
Sir Walter Scott 3
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25 volumes Scott in
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3-volume sets Prescott, Plutarch, Motley, Alacaula?; Bold at $2.25 tb
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Makera of History 20 volumes, published at $20.00; at. sot. .$7.50
Irvlng's Ufe of Washington 4 volumes; published at $3.00. .$1,5)
Poe's Works In leather Brontes, tame away below usual prices.
Famous Rulers of History 5 volumes, cloth, usually $6.00, at $2.75
Plato Beautiful edition, including Republic, Trial and Death of Soc
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l.OOO boxes of Stationery which should have been delivered on
December 1st reached us on last Thursday, Doc. 21, too late for the
holiday trade. We sold one-half tlie lot in two days balance will le
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pick; Saturday, remember; the book sale is on Friday. ' '
Bank Bond Depository
Case Still Before Court
HKATR1CE. Neb.. LK-o. 28. (Ppeolal.)-
Tiia litigation In tho Gage county district
court for. the purpose of testing the law
relative to the requirement or Donas im
depositories of county funds Is still up
In the air.
iwhrrton yesterday heard the
arguments In the case and decided that
the bond question was yot before the
court and could not be acted upon until
the county board had designated a state
bank as a depository and after the treas
urer had demanded a bona, wnen um
is done the banV can ask for a msnda
miia ro1 1 1 iHntr a bond, and the mstter
can be promptly settled by the supreme
t., r,i.ri' State bank of Plckrell re-
.(i nrill to the county bosrd to be
designated a depository, of county funds.
The board turned the application aown
.1,. alnn that no bond accompanied
the application. The law under which
Xm.Am at tat rnil ired savs that the board
VUIIUV " -
vhall first designate a bank as a deposi
tory. It Is then the duty ot the ireas-
..-, to Mwiulre a bond to be given, x nc
board is to pass upon the bond.
At the present time It is a oispuieu
question whether the law requires banks
to give bonds. County Attorney MsOIrr
holds they must, while the State Bank
ers' association contends thst no sum
requirement can be made.
SHARE IN OTOE ESTATE
DEPENDS ON STATE RtUUnUS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
ttmitvi.m rwi. 28. (Special. ) A. J. An
derson ot Union was a state house vlilor
today, seeking to find wnetner nis we
nam had ever been changed by enact
ment ot the territorial legislature. This
.... i uifuriiinr leaal changes of
was 1 -
names at that time. Involved In the
. 1. - Maim fnr a share In the estste
of the late Rev. A. F. Folden of Nt-braaka
City. Mrs. Anderson was reiatca oy me
Nebraska City divine and atways bore hi
ii,nrh n fuel she was an adopted
child.' The point at Issue Is whether she
was legally adopted or Just simpiynroiigm
r. The records In Otoe
county are supposed to have been lost
or destroyed. Mis. Anderson does not
know what her real father's name was,
as from her earliest remembrance she had
ben called Minnie Folden.
REAPPRAISEMENT OF SCHOOL
LANDS TO COME SOON
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Dec. 38.-(8peclal.)-Durlng
January there will be a resp
prslsement of school lands In Gosper,
Greely, Hsrlsn, Ouffalo. Webster and
counties and possibly a portion of
those In Cherry county. I nder the law
school Unds are reappraised eacn live
th time being different in the va
rious counties, owing to the varying
dales of the original appraisement.
Land Commissioner Cowles Is Just row
burled beneath a plla of vouchers for ths
month's expenses ot the different state
has one thnuKlit at least In common with
a major portion of humanity. Answering
the question, "What do you have the
greatest dislike for?" he replied,
NO LICENSE TO ANY BOND
JONES HAS NEW IDEAL
. ON LEAVING PENITENTIARY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
IJNOOLN, Neb., Pec .-8pecial.)-Alfred
Jones, the Omaha man who was
paroled yesterday. In Jils answers to ques
thins required of applicants for clemency,
(From a Staff Correspondent)
UiNCOIiN, Neb., Dec. 2.-(Speclal.)
Auditor Barton, as a member of the
banking board, Jina been asked whether
the Standard Homo company, Falace
building, MinneHpolls, Minn., is authorized
to transact btiHlness in Nebraska as an
Investment company and has replied that
it Is not Kugene Mclntyre and W. G.
Harris are reported to have been solicit
ing burliness for tho company at lied
Cloud and Orleans. Mr. Haiton further
answers that the banking board has not
licensed any bond Investment . company
to transact business In this state. Build
ing and loan associations organized In
Nebraska are the only ones of this na
ture having a right to transact business
Justice Boot Soon
; Will Leave the Bench
' LYnCOLN, , Nob., Dec .-(Hpeelal.-Next
Wednesday will be the last day on
which Judge Hoot will alt as a Justice of
the supreme court and It Is anticipated
that opinions will be handnd down at
that time in all casta In which Judge Hoot
Two rases were filed on ' appeal
from iHmglas county today, one be
ing that of John Itush, who sought to
rest lain the operation of a tannery and
whip factory, conducted by the Lock
wood Manufacturing company, and lost
In the lower court The other was an
appeal of Joseph Kngleman from a ver
dict of 1600 for slander obtained by Dora
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arpilc Tkraal Tablaia
for Ik Irrliaias Ikroal.
Tkay an alaiala.srlact
l.a an4 aatlaap lit. Of
yasr rf flu r frssi as,
toe la aiams.
Vaaa CreMtene Co.
U Ceniaset It., N. V.
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A New Truss
Does any other Truss sVppUaaoa,
Plaster, XBjeotton or halve promise
you this result?
Bee how It brings the -wall of the
rupture together while others the
convex pads of 00 arse tty do (no
doubt about It) spread the hernia
How then, just tell me 'Why won't
this aid, assist nature In repairing:.
In streuatheiiliiK the rupture?
Can convex pads do what this eon
rave psd does? Who told you so?
Think It over. Better see me while
I'm happy maybe after awhile you
can't buy them at all at any price.
I'm the only man who demonstrates
and sells them.
Just one more word I
lio not expect this truss to cure
vou In ten days If you raally are
look ln for suih a cure better see
four family physician or surgeon,
lave a true operation and be done
DU"T to to advertising- doctors
who claim to cure you by expensive
hot parrafln Injections or needle
pricking they fall In curing; you and
make a oeelded suoeess in rettlns;
your money. They have nothing; sci
entlfio to offer you while the true
surgeon fives you skill and knowl
edKe. The Intrinsic value of my truss Is
Boe. but I wouldn't sell brains for
TO UK health at that price, then I'd
rather make you a Kift of It.
The Zzpert of tho
TYRELL TRUSS CO.,
3786 Broadway, Hew Tork City.
til ScLaefer Drug Store
16th and Chicago Sts.
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