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The Omaha Sunday Bee
VOL. XII NO. 31.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORXlXti, JANUAKY 21, SKiTI()XS-THIKTY-SL" PACKS.
SIXGLB IVPY J'lVE CENTS.
FMTFR RAP.F FflR
Senior Senator from Iowa Announce
that He it a Candidate for tie
Coming and Going in Omaha
FOB MAI STATEMENT IS ISSUED
Hawkeye Delegation it Authorized
to Submit Eia Fame.
1 HE CONFESS WITH CONGRESSMEN
: Republicans from Iowa Approre
Statement Before Iuue.
GOV. CARROLL IS COJOHTTAl
Executire Say Announcement Will
Not Help Situation.
I LA FOLLETTE WILL NOT TALK
Mther rnirnln Caadldstr I
Mam, hat Ml Slinar Sara
t aailu- Move W III t
Chaage Hla Plaae.
mrosmisra GrrnrcZzzr jUTCt) (Wff- MIT. SHOVEL!
LL J I J II '
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-Senator A!
nert B. Cummin of Iowa, progressive
republican, today announce hla candl
' dacy or the republican presidential nom
lnatlon In a statement tn which ha say
.that If tha republicans of Iowa believe
hlna fit man to urge before tha Chlcego
convention ha will aceapt their decision.
Tha entrance of Mr. Oummlm Into tha
, presidential fight materially compile tea
tha republican situation. Prestdsnt Taft
. near la openly oppoaed for the nomina
tion by Senator !. rolletta ana Cum.
mine, both progressives, while atlll other
progressives are urging the nomination
of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt.
The announcement by Senator Cummin
liad been expected for several daya Com
ing today tn connection with the report
from Denver that Otfford Plnchot waa
taking the Initiative In a movement for
confer e of progressrve republicans
to decide oo one candidate t oppose
President Tafl. It aUrted a riot of polit
ical (peculation which eclipsed the oral.
rary activities of tha government
Senator t jimxsins' atateaieat,
Senator Cummins' Malemant follow;
'So, much ha been pu binned In the
newspaper, so mush wriuen and aald
to axe concerning tha preloalkt,l maltar
that I Yeel It to be my duty to mike to
the republican of lo a a plain rtate
ment on the subject. . '
"Imntedlauly on my return from tha
laet session of congress I gav out,
through the press, my opinion with re
erect to the presidency. That opinio re
"The eltuatlon. ho ever, his nisterlaily
changed and It now (terns probable that
mor than two candidates for nomina
tion will be serioutly considered by tha
"Under these conditions. If the repub
licans of Iowa btlieve 1 am a fit man to
be presented to the national convention
as a candidate for the presidential nomi
nation and desire to so present me. I
will appreciate and accept their confl
uence aa a most gratifying evidence of
tl-.elr continued faith In my purpose to
serve, as beat I can. ,hj general welfare
of the people.
(SIgned.l ALBERT B. CUMMINS."
la Fellett Will o Talk.
At the progressive republican campaign
headquarters here the declaration was
made by W. U llnueer. In charge, that
the fight for La Toilette would continue
un If there were no other progressive
andldstes on the horlson; that It was
"Mr. I Follette first, lat and all the
In regard to a report from Denver that
a concerted movement wss on foot to
liold a pre-conventlon meeting end de
cdo on one progressive candidate, Mr.
louser said be knew nothing of any such
move. He could not ses thst any con
ference of the sort was likely.
Senator La Follettes only comment,
when shown tha t'unim'iis statement,
"I have nothing to ray."
am Will Be for Canastas.
PARKEHSBUBG. la.. Jan. .-"Iowa
will be for tenator Cummins for presi
dent, without a doubt." ssld C. F.
i Franks, chairman of the republican state
ce.itral committee, 1o the Associated
1'ress, when shown t!ie Washington dls
yatch containing the announcement of
tha Iowa senator. "Tu my mind, Senator
t'ummlm will be ss strong a candidate
iContlnjed oa Second Fage.)
Attorney General Kakes Announce
ment to Houie Com- .
HOUSE WELL AWAIT HIS ACTION
X necamsseadatlea .Will Made
by raaaastttee I a til After De
aartaseat'a laalry la
WASHINGTON, " Jin. Attorney
General Wlckersbam today aaaured the
house oommlttee on' rulea that tha gor
ernmant would ttke action sgslnst the
International' Harvester company, con
gTesslonsl Investigation of which la un
der way by the committee.
Tha assurance wis given during the
conference between Mr. . Wickaraham.
Secretary Jof Commerce and Labor Nagel
and member . f th rule oomraltu
followed by an announcement '-'.at tha
committee probably - wuld deli; any
lecotnrqenflstlon act th irsaKMed In-
(vtlry pendlag rMpVrtmmt of Jpstloa ae-
.tloa....-.- .v - - - .
Mejnbers of the committee aald that
IM attorney general' declaj-sd that tit
seTernment- Intended to carry out the
administration' pnllcy t dhaolra Illegal
combinations? but that It was not dis
closed ' whether ' tha -govsrnment would
permit a friendly suit with a view to a
dissolution of th corablnaOon or would
proceed with a direct suit charging vio
lations of tha Sherman antl-truat mvw.
As to a shipping trust Inaolry both
cabinet officers. It was reported, agreed
that some declslv (teps should be taken.
The National Capital
srr 20, iia.
Not tn aeaslon.
Meets at p. m. Mondav.
Iorlmer senatorial election Inquiry in
recess until Monday.
Navl Year nook. issued by foreign rela
tione committee, gives the t'nltej States
second place among natal powers.
Met at noon.
Commtestoner of Navlgstlon Chaiuber
IsJn. told the Interstate Conintero com
mittee that the Panama canal would
net affect the Sues canal monopoly of
Attorney General Wickersham in con
ference with rulea committee said gov
ernment would proceed egalnat the Inter
national Harveeter company.
Senate bill allowing Nloaraguan presi
dent ( eon to enter VWst Point, passed by
the - house.
Foreign affairs committee heard wlt
nesaee urge protection for scenic beauiy
of Niagara Fails.
Abdication of Mancha Dynaity ii
FACTS WITHHELD F&OK PRINCES
Delay la Urawlaa; Ip Kdlrt la
Pre re at nialas by Reaction
aries lr. Saa May
Knr VebrsJka-Fair; warmer in north
For Iowa Generally fair; rising temperature.
Tratprratare at Ona.a lestrrday.
Battle in Streets
' of Guayaquil Lasts
OLATAyllU Bcusdor. Jsn. SO.-Fight-Inc
occurred -m -tba streets laat evening
and wss kept up all night between ad
herent of General Leonldas piasa and
supporters of General Alfaro. Th follow
er of General Plaxa were defeated. The
losses of both p"tl were severe.
The affslr began-at th moment of the
arrival nf nac commission composed
of the American and Brldsh consul nd
four other prominent personages. The
commissioners went to Dursn to meet
n.n.r.1 Julio Andrade." who yesterday
attacked and defeated n army of Guay
aquil troops. Their purpose to learn
the condition on whWi n understanding
between the two armies could be brought
about. ' '
General Andrade whereabouts could
n..t k diamverM bv the commission
which then returned to Ousysqll. On their
lending, cheers for General naza ana
counter cheers were given by a large
crowd and (hooting commenced shortly
There Is a panic in the city, a th In
habitant fear ati 'a'ttscV by the Quito
troops. It Is thought probable that Gen
eral Andrsde Is advancing with bis army.
Cannot Be Held with
ST. 1.01)13. Jan. W-N official primary
to elect delegate to th democratic state
(on vent kin at JOplln, February 3), Which
Will determine' Whether former Governor
Folk or Speaker Clark snsll have th
Missouri Indorsement for president, ran
be held In St. Louis under a ruling of
th board of election commlelsoners to
Herman W. Fy, democratic city com
mittee chairman, aald th committee had
decided that the political aupporter of
Folk, Clark. Harmon. Wilson and other
candidates will be permitted to file
Th election commissioners denied the
request of th city committee for the use
of th ballot boxes and duplicate cople
of th poll and primer- election books
Th board, however, agreed to furnish
printed Hats of the voters registered for
a recent bond election and old ballot
boxes, but refused to cssume jurisdiction
over the primary. Without th board's
Jurisdiction there will be no wy to pun
ish fraud or determine who is entitled
and Eight Arrests .
.; Made at Lawrence
LAWRENCE. Mas... Jan. -The first
arrest growing out' of th Investigation
of possible us of dynamite In connection
with the textile strike wss made this
afternoon 'when six. Syrians and a negro
"Who is Trying to
'Exile Me Now?'
, NEW YORK, Jsn. 30.-"Vho is trying
to exile me now?" ssid Theodore Roose
velt today, when asked about a report
that he was going sbroad. "I never
thought of such a thing and never heard
of the rumor until this morning."
Report had It that Mrs. Roosevelt, who
ha been 111, would. In the opinion uf
physicians, be benefited by a sea voyage
and that Colonel Roosevelt would accom
pany her to Europe.
Ex-Senator ttverett Colby of New Jer
sey, who Is seeking lo have Roosevelt's
nam placed on the New Jersey primary
ballot for the presidential nomination,
was among the colonel caller today.
Both declined to say what tbey talked
Kx-Goveruor Horace White of Sy racuse
alio dropped In and lie and Mr. Roose
velt, .ha said, talked about big game
hunting. Mr. Whit Is planning a trip to
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were taken Into custody In a bouse w here
several sticks of dynimite. with caps,
ruses and wire, were found. Those under
arrest are Harris Ms-ad, a tailor. In
whose room the dynamite wss found, and
who Is one of the strike leaders: Joseph
Aesaf. Trlnlcie. fVishon.. colored; DavM
Reshed. David Blsbtra of Flahklll, N.N
T.: Mies 7.ekle Hat hell and Miss Mary
La Follette Will
Make Extended Tour
t of Western States
leasaaratlve Leeal Iteeera.
Official record of temperrture and pre
cipitation, compared with the correspond
Ina period of the last three years:
Mil 1!1. ill. Km.
Jlislicn vestecday K 41 W 44
ljwejt yesterday 1 ' :
tlcan tmperatun i 34 3 XT j
Freclpitation T T T ;
Rr parts treat StaUaa at I P. l.- J
Temperature and predeitation depar
luree from th normal;
,.nj. for l hi day 11
Tcial excee since March 1. Ml m
Nminal prnltstion Inch
i-flolency for the day.... .ra incn
Total ratnfltll since Marsh 1...M 1! Inches
rtefloleoey ainea March l.....l. Jncbe
iMOcieaey cor. period. 11 14 lmhta
IcXoWctO ported, 140.r..JTlnt aes
i UNION ELECTS OFFICERS
ST JOSBPH. Mo.. Jan. xa At tha con.
1 eluding session of the bricklayers, mason
and plasterer' International union to
day, thee International officer were
William J. Bowen. New Tork. pres-den;; :
William Dodson. Indianapolis, sacretar- ;!
Thomas R. Heece. Chk-aso. first vlcai
president: George Thornton. Boston,
second vice president: Joseph P. Daffy-!
aa Freer mk-o. talr rice president;
Taoaaaa Issard. Toronto, fourth trice
prentfeat; joeapB U Kettay, B'- Louis,
fifth vice president: James Hlrkey, Brook
lyn, atxtb rlc wesidstit.
. Tas prlrWifs.
CHICAGO, Jsn. .-snatr Robert M.
La Follette will take his presidential
candidacy west, poselbiy ss far ss the
coast, oa a trip that will start early In
March. Plans for the trip are now being
perfected In the La Follette headquar
"It la more loan likely that the senator
will touch the Pacific coast," said Rob
ert M. Buck, secretary of the La Follette
committee today. "But even If be should
fall to go that far, H Is certain he will
be beard In the Dakota. Iowa. Kansas,
Nebraska and Oklahoma."
CHICAGO. Jsn. -According to a
rable dlsiwtch from Peking to the Chi
cago Dally News, the abdication of the
Manchu dynasty la an accomplished fact
and the delsy In Issuing the edict al
ready drawn up Is solely to prevent an up
rising by the reactionary wing of the Im
perial family headed by Prince Kung. H
Is also declared that Tien Tsln will be th
temporary capital of china whlls a new
government Is being formed. V
Dr. "aa May Realga,
BAN FRANCISCO, Jan. H.-Dr. Sun 1st
Sea announced yesterday that h was
wllllna J -withdraw, fro Ju he presidency
of the republic In favor et Tuaa Shai KaL
aorordlnf to a cablegram received by the
Chung Sal Tat Po. a Chinese dally news
paper here, today. Th cablegram, dated
Hong Kong, said Fresldenf Sua would
step aside Immediately after th sbdlca
tlnn of the throne.
Prominent Chinese here, for the meet
part strong supporter of Dr. Sun. do not
doubt th authenticity of the Hong Kong
report, aa they declare the republican
leader ha la tha paa announced his will
ingness to rletd hla claims to the piest
drnry If It should be found expedient.
Another cablegram, received by the
same paper, lold of th plundering of a
large ateamer en route from Canton to
the town of Chen She by plratea. Many
registered package of foreign mall were
eaid to have been taken.
Kear ef (ieaerat Maasarre.
NANKING, Jsn. ..-The foremost of
the republicans here declared today their
belief that the Manchus and the younger
Imperial prince are determined to bring
China to ruin and dismemberment as a
final despairing act. '
Few persons now refuse to recognise
the1 hopelessness of the Manchu struggle.
Yuan Shi Ksl Is practically held
prisoner In Peking and poses hs a
champion of th Manchu In order to save
his own life. He still urges a monarchy,
according to the advice, received here.
thouKh Tut ik Shso VI. his closest frlendj
and Intimate, asserts thst Yuan really
favors a republic.
A few days sgo. a complete ski cement
was reached between Yuan and Tang and
President Sun Yat Sen and Wu-Ting-fang
the minister of Justice In the provisional
cabinet, whereby the Manchus accepted
the liberal terms offered snd Yuan Shi
Kal and Prsesldent Sun mutually agreed
to a dual government In the north and
south, headed respectively by Yuan and
President Sun. the signers guaranteeing
to administer affslrs conjointly until the
form of a permanent government Is de
rided on by the national convention. This
agreement wa actually drafted end
Initiated, when Yuan, on behalf of the
Manchus. sought to amend It- The
alarmed Hi republicans and they broke
Itrroealtlna Will Cense.
President Sun and the member of the
cabinet are firmly convinced that rec
ognition of th republic by the powers will
come quickly unless the Influence of the
powers Is too strong against it. They
esked today that rhey be allowed to ex
press through the Associated Press the
hope thst the 1'nited State will pustsln
BEEF COST MOTH OMAHA
Sheeti in Evidence Show Charge of
, $2.70 for Killing- Cattle.
CBEDT FOR OFFAL AND HIDES
tiereraaarat (eatead that A Hew
aaee Is Tee Seall W esters B
daat Destroyed aad Clerk
t haaaed Freaaeatly.
CHICAGO, Jan. Jo.-When th packers'
trial waa resumed today Kdward J. Mc
Adam, office manager for Armour Co.
at South Otnaba, continued hla testimony
regarding the business methods uied at
Aaslilsnt District Attorney Klwood
God man read a number of specimen mem-
HULL ASKS TO BE
Aski that DiTorce Suit of Former
Wife Be Reopened in
WAS FORCED TO MEET DEMANDS
Btswagt Allegations la the Pelltlea
with Threat to Make Tares
a for easpllaeer.
Charging that th alimony Milled on
111 former wife when she secured her
divorce lst February wa obtained by
TOLD W SISTER
Water and Orange Juice Comprise
Diet Prescribed by Woman
Doctor in Sanitarium,
j CONFUTED 15 SEPARATE ROOMS
i Checki Indoned and Valuable!
Taken from Patients' Clothe..
SURVIBOB TESTIFIES Dt TRIAL
Linda Bnrfield Hazzard Charged
with Murder of Girl.
VICTIM BECOMES A SKELETON
Claire Willianuon, When Hear De
mise is Lenied Food.
PAT RECEIVED FOR TREATMENT f
Wesaaa aa Klaad Tells ef ItraalsK
Pay air la a la (live oarlshaeat
la Her Sister, While Here
. . . . , . . , h. misrepresentation and fraud In conspiracy
orandum beef coat sheets ahowlng the. ""V . " .
mm i, , it. Minn, wwnn Mil sivvi-
red Us allowed the defendant by prod'
ucta In making the compilations. The
sheets were for cattle killed at th South
Omaha plant In March, April, May, June.
July and August, in. They showed the
killing charge to be K.70 a head, the al
lowance for offal at cents a bead and the
credit for hide varied from 4 to ( cent
The government contends that these
allowance given for by-product war
below the actual market value and tht
they played an Important pat la fixing
th selling price of meat by the alleged
James McLeese, clerk In charg of fig.
urlng the text coal of beef at th Kansas
City plant of Armour k Co. for etn
years, wss the next witness called by th
"llav you any of the memorandum
beef cost sheets which you used between
March and Heptember. 191?'
"No," replied Mclese.
"Where are tneyf"
"Destroyed. W never kept them ovr
"Can you give me the name of any of
the men under you who helped figure
those teat coals on cattle?"
"No, I cannot."
"Are any of those men still In the
No. they are all gone, and I cannot
remember their names.
Are changes In your clerical fore fre
"Yes, quit frequently.'
ward married, C. W. Hull has brought
suit In district court aga)nst hla former
wife to compel her to pay back to him
the tn.Wt alimony she has already col
lected and te restrain her from collecting
the remal(dr of tha 131,01 ha agreed to
: Mr. HuU allege In hi petition that for
two year previous to th divorce, bl wife
aad SfcKesa) cone pi red to get the divorce
and alimony for her aad shea marry. H
say a he waa forced to aetUe oh th term
Mrs. HuU demanded, because h threat
ened to make ' huhlte her petition
which contained statements about his
private business that he tottld not
afford lo hav made public at the lime.
Th case was settled out of court and
only a hart of Mr. Hull' petition became
; Filing of the new Hull suit created a
sensatloa In the court house, and within
a brief time It wa being discussed In
vary corner of the building; but Byron
G. Burbank, attorney for Mrs. Hull, did
not learn of the action until nearly noon.
A desperate effort to secure til petition
and remove It from the file wa mad
by Mr. Burbank. but It resulted In failure.
A newspaper reporter waa reading It over
for 111 second time when an attorney
from Burbank's office appeared and de.
mended th petition. Murdoch G. Mac-
leod. filing clerk and cashier In tha of
fice of the district court clerk, searched
through hi box of the day' filing, but
the petition was not there. Then It waa
discovered that a newspaperman, stand
ing near the desk, wsa reading It.
That's Just whst ws wanted to pre
vent!" exclaimed the young attorney.
ew Rale Appllea,
8KATTLE, Wn.h, Jan. 1.. Miss
Dorothea Williamson, who with her sis
ter Claire wss heiress to an Australian
estate of 1500.000, continued her testl- '
mony at Port Orchard today In th trial
of Mr. Linda Burtteld Mallard, a "star
Mrs. llaszard I excused of murder In
the first degree, the charge being thst 1
she starved Clair Williamson to death
Dorothea told of her diet while she
snd Claire were pattenta of lira. Has
sard In Seattle. She aald ah was given :
two meal a day, each consisting of
a cup of wslsr In which asparagus or
a tomato had been boiled. Some tlmee
orange juice was substituted. Mrs.
Haxxard told her that she and her sis
ter would become perfectly well "all
of a sudden" as soon a tba meager diet ,
had driven the poison from their sys
Altar two weeks' of treatment Dorothea
waa unable to walk and experienced de
lirium and fainting spells Mrs. Haxsard
lold he. Dorothea, testified, that her
brain was affected. Soon she and Clair
were usable to tsav .their beds. The
patlenU were kept tn reps rat rooms and
not Pa-mittd t see each other. A single
nurse looked after tuem day and ryxht.
Great Ice Gorge in
Ohio at Louisville
Begins to Move
LollSVII.L.K. Ky.. Jan. SO.-l'nder
pressure from the upper Ohio and It
tributaries, the Ice gurge here broke
today and the Immense pack, which
rested un the river bottom and Jammed
the channel of the Ohio from snore to
shore, for miles abovs the fslls, began
to move down stream, sweeping the
banks snd crushing cosl bargost and
floating property. Kvery boat of the
Monongahela River Coal and Coke com
pany was working all night to protect the
fleet of barges, containing mllllona of
bushels of coal recently brought down
Weversi barges moored along the bank
wen; sunk. line barge wss hurled
aga'nat the life saving nation, crushing
In the hull of the ststlon. Two motor , . amended petition waa filed and imme.
Dorothea, asked that another nurse be'
provided, te alternate with the first. Mrs, ,
Haxssrd forbade such an arrangement.
"A new nurse might giv you something
to est," eh aald.
ftlrl Indorsee therks.
On day Mrs. Ha-sssrd csma. Into the
room with check for which Dorothea j
had placed In a satchel, and demanded
that Dorothea Indorse them, which she '
did. lAter, en the arrival of a 1110 In- .
dlan pension draft by mall, Mrs. Hasxard j
Induced Dorothea to atgn paper for t
collection from Ottawa. Th money wa ,
never paid to th witness, she testified. '
On April 22, when Dorothea was very
weak, she and her sister were planed 1n ,
separata ambulance, conveyed to the .
wharf and embarked for th Haisard
sanitarium at Olalla.
Mlas Haxsard. an testified, called on'
her three times at the Olalla sanitarium '
and questioned her closely concerning her
business afair. She took away Doro
thea's Jewelry, even the rings from her
finger, she testified, raying that she'
would place th. articles In a bank for
Soon after the arrival In Olalla, Doro
thea wa permitted to eee her sister. Tha
latter presenle a hideous sppearnnre. be-
Cornellu. Farrel" docket cle'i It In lc Ling IHtle m..r. than a skeleton covered by
floe, turned a deaf ear te the attorney s lMl"'
office, turned a deaf ear te the attorney
plea that he be given the petition. The
new rule by which original pleadings can
not be removed from the office and only
copies of them msy be taken out by
opposing sides waa In effect.
When Mrs. Hull through Mr. Burbank
started her divorce action, on November
22, IMA, th petition Immediately was
withdrawn and every effort waa made to
keep the details from th public. The
efforts war partially aucessful. Satur
day' development throw the case open
to the public for the first time.
Mr. Hull's petition sets out that lie
married Mrs. McKeen. then Miss Mary
Iiddlngton. In 101, and lived with her
about nineteen years, until Noteinber,
191. 'hoetly before she started her di
vorce action. Subsequently. It Is alleged.
At Olalla, Mrs. HaxxJid demanded
money snd D.M-othca gave her W0. ,
After ten day Dorothea was taken
again to are Claire, who looked like a
corpse, the skin being drawn back from
her teeth and purple spots showing on
her chest. Dorothea, herself ravenous
for food, begged Mrs. Haxxard to give her
sister milk, honey, crackers or tea bis
cuit, but Mrs. Hasxard st -rnly refused.
CINCINNATI. Jan. -Ite, laring he be
lieved an attempt wait bring made to kid-
Its original broad policy and be the first jnap hi prisoner. Itcv. w. D. McFitrlaiid.
boats were swept under th ferry boat,
City uf Juffcrvonvllle.
The river has been rising at tha rat
uf a foot an hour and all the Kentucky
tributaries of the titno ar swelling the
REV. W. D. M'FARLAND
ON WAY TO PITTSBURGH
MAYOR OFFERED BRIBE
BY POOL pOOM MENj
CINCINNATI. O.. Jsn. as.-Dr. August j
liellmbold, mayor of Newport, Ky.. op- ,
posits tills city, declared today that he I
had been offered Sl.got in cash and Slut!
a aasath tf h weald allow a racing pool
room lo rest tn that city. As a result he
bald a conference with the board of coea
lalaalaiai and a crusade to remosa haneV
to stretch a friendly hand to preserve
Members of the republican assembly
which elec ted Dr. Sun Y.it Sen to the
presidency are now engaged In drswlng
up a form of constitution for the Chinese
Mllllea Are atanlaa.
NEW YORK. Jan. . "Two million,
five hundred thousand famine people.
Relief urgently needed. Must rely upon
America, owing to t evolution. Committee
appeals to America for at least one mil
That Is the text of a caNegrsm f-om
Shanghai received today by the Presby
terian board of foreign nilseloiis.
BOSTON, Jau. St. "Muc'i unessine Ik
felt aa lo the political condition "f thl?
country,'' fa- s a dlspatrn received taoa
I'harnecl with lespoiudhihty for the death
dlately withdrawn from the flics.
Fereed te Comply.
The charges In the divorce petition wei i
of such a nature that Mr. Hull wss forced
to comply with the demands of Mrs. Hull
and to make an alimony settlement out
side of court, the settlement afterward
being approved by the court and the ap
proval being recorded In the decree of di
vorce. The alimony settlement was as
Hull paid or promised tp pay his wife
alimony to a total of $91,000. He paid at
once I1T.S00 worth of shares of capita!
by the Afcierhwii board of commipslbneis in .-serin i. .u - . . v..
for foreign mi.si.ms from Itev Howard ! handed down today by Judge Pollock In
S. (lalt, one' of Its nilrknartr at Peking
r .wss t.uie iMxidx inc. Detective l.utx .tocil of the Omaha A Council lllufls
of the ntlnuunth pnll-e was given a police Slm,, Hallway company; he agreed to
pay her on or before April 1. 1911, 113.VO
worth of shares of cspltsl stock of the
same company; he agreed to pay her i.H
a year for five years, beginning April 1,
111; he agreed to pay her J3&.0UO In cash
en April 1, nil. He gar a tlW.eo aurety
bond to protect her against hla failure to
pay. In order to Indemnify hi bonding
company he had to assign to It policies
oa his life having a face value of HOO.oo
and a cash surrender value of tnO.008.
I haraea I'eaapieary.
Mr. Hull's Petition goes on to chsrge
FAHjJO. X. D.. Jau. 2o.-Lard when -old wt ,nl ,lmonv provision was secured
must be soto in cans oi one , ,y tM 0,rendant "by means of wrongful
wTCie inunip.e methods snd in pursuance of a wrongful
AiR-ort tu the depot whete he and Die mis
sionary hoarded a Ptttshurgh train today.
PITTS BC Rillt. Jsn. 30,-Pertonal friends
of Rev. Dr. W. D. Mt-Karlsnd today asked
that his bail lie fixed at &M. The court
placed the emount at HDOn. When Mc
Farland arrive here tonight he will be
given his liberty until the esse Is called
NORTH DAKOTA LARD LAW
CONSTRUED BY COURT
Continuing the dispatch says;
"It Is uncertain what will b done.
Union College or Uberal Arls at Tung
Chow ha bean dismissed. Missionaries
are remaining at th station. There to no
tii celebrated lrl rise of the state o
North I Dakota agslnst Armour Co.
During th trial the packers contended
that If the state law were sound they
could not aril lard la North Dakota In
containers. The court held the law constitutional.
conspiracy" between the defendant and
her present husband. William R. Mc
Keen: that It w is the culmination of a
conspiracy that had Its Inception more
than two year before the divorce action
waa begun; that the defeodaot and Me
Ka frequently had meetings and Inter-
(Cmlnae4 on Seornd Pegs )
PRESIDENT BUSH ANNOUNCES
PLANS FOR RIO GRANDE ROAD
SALT LAKE CITY. Jn. 3.-BenJemln
F. Hush, new president of the Denver st
Wo Grande railroad, outlined today the
first Mens to be taken toward th re
habilitation of that road.
Foremost he places the elimination uc
the grade over .Soldiers summit In Utah.
He added that there would o an in
crease in (hop facilities cf the road and
an Immediate Increase In motive power.
I. lie Teres far Wllsee.
ROCKWELJj CITY. Ia.. Jan. 3. -Clif
ford Wilson, found guilty of second degree
murder for the killing of Jsmes vthlte at
Sac Cltr on May M. was this afternoon
given a life sentence In the Fort Madison
penitentiary. The case win be appealed.
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