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DEFECTIYE WIRING AT PERU
Stat Sormal Board Orders Inquiry
Kade by Expert Electricito.
MAKBLE OHCE LUTCOLH STUDEKT
Dst ef tavetUaa; ef XhihiI at
Lincoln Likely to bo Fixed
r State Bear r Messer
Ofrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March S OpeclaLKThe
Ptat Norma) board was la sew Ion today.
bat th tiro ni mostly occupied by
routine business such as readlnf reports
of superintendents of tha various schools.
alloweac of bills an approving rsconv
nicndatkws for supplies.
Tha superintendent at Peru In reportlnt
on th esroall fire at that Institution In
February reported It was caused by de
fective wlrlnc incidentally reportins that
'the alrirur In practically all the buildings
a that Institution was defective, and much
of It old. He reported that owing to
shorts- of funds It bad been done oris
inally In a poor manner and much of It
now was actually dangerous The board
authorised E. Bhurlg of Omaha, wo Is
the expert employed b ythe stats, to In
spect the Peru buildings and report on
their condition and what was needed to
place them In a safe condition. .
Marble ehraeka Staaeat.
John Hobart Marble, secretary of the
Interstate Commerce commission, wss at
one tlmo a student at the Nebraska State
vnlvsrsity, though he did not remain long
enough to graduate. He registered In the
literary department from Hermann, 8.
Jj.. In 18SS. and wa saleo In school the
fallowing year. He was appointed la Uff
to Ms first position wtth ths Interstate
Commerce commission, that of connden
tlal clerk and was credited to California
tnung those who knew him when he
as attending the Nebraska university
a as Ti U Hail, , at present one of the
members of the Nebraska tSate Hallway
Date ( Maaaeneat Vavelllaaj.
The Board of Public Lands and Build
ings will meet tomorrow to fix the date
Xi rth eunveMng o tths Lincoln monu
ment an dto select an orator for the oc
casion. The monument, which Is i
signed by Daniel Chester French, Is now
cast and th founders are finishing the
work. It will be ready for shipment the
latter part of February and It Is thought
It can be srady for dedication on
Memorial day. Art critics who hare seen
ths plaster model pronounce It one of
ths finest presentments ever designed of
the martyr president. The orator for We
Unveiling Is decidedly uncertain, as sev
aral names hsve been suggested, some
of which evidently are not practicable,
end It has not been ascertained as yet
Whs of those desired can be obtained.
V. D. Price, engineer of the Irrigation
poard, has gone to Holt and Boyd coun
ties to sea If he cannot adjust the diffi
culties between the two counties regard
ing tmt state aid bridge over the Nio
brara river between the two counties.
', Hansen Gets His Watea.
Food Commissioner Hansen tliought he
had been .touched" for bis watoh while
In crowd trying to get In to hear a
lecture. Today be received 4 telephone
rail. from. a. young mft who said hs
found the time-piece' on the floor near
the entrance, where. Mr. Kamrn evidently
trooped It, sr It was pulled out of Ms
bpeket accidentally In the jam.
" To Teat Sew Law.
A case to test the legality of the stal
lion registration law will be heard, ao
bordlng to present plans, at Orand Is
land, March II. The firm of Robinson
k North, horse importers, contend the
law it Invalid and also, that It Is un
just and therefore have refused to have
their horses Inspected or pay the fee.
rhe board has brought action to w-mpl
the firm to ds so snd this Is set for
bearing March 18. The board, as well
the horse owners. Is desirous of get
ting an early determination of the point
kvolverf. U K wo"M be unjust to go on
Mlectlng for some It ths law Is void
snd If It is good the board proposes to
lay ao favorites, but to collect from alL
Harrlnartoa la Murder rase.
Former Senator Allen, opposing, and
U. r. Harrington' In favor of a re
bating, argued the ease of the state
(cainst Joseph McKay In ths supreme
tourt today. McKay was convicted of
fnt murder of rthur -Brown In Ante
bp county snd the supreme court re-
tersed the verdict for the reason that
I. J?. Harrington appeared as a nrose
lutor without having been appointed by
the court or the 'county attorney, but
as employed by' the relatives of the
rurdered man snd for the further-reason
at In arguing the case to toe-jury
arrlnf toa exhibited the Moody coat
f the murdered man. tne court runng
at the fact of the murder was not
.controversy, but It wss a ooesuon
) committed the crime and that the
t had nothing to do witn proving una.
ut was simply an instrument w von
hi the feelings f the Jury.
Harrington insisted the court was
irqnr hi both conclusions and la there
r asking the supreme court to reverse
self.. He cites ths law and practice of
lis. court sgainst reversing verdicts on
Kbnlcalltles and Insists no substantial
IgBt of the defendant had been violated
Ether by his appearance or by the hl
tlen of the coat, Mr. Allen contended
bat In tha reversal of the case the court
Us clearly 'followed the law and the
Radios In, this ' state and he further
bntended Mr. Harlngtoa bad no stand-
tg in court at present, even It he ever
id, for the reason that no motion for
people neerl more coal,
clothes and doctors
than the strong, robust
and hearty." '
saves coal bills, tailors
bills and doctors bills.
a rehearing had been filed, but Instead
there was of record a document, which
setf orth that the attorney general had
no objection to his filing such a motion.
Tha city council of BurweU has granted
a franchise to a hght and power com
pany, which proposes to construct a hydr
electric plant at that place. The plans
contemplate the expenditure of r&ego.
. Sigma Tan fraternity today presented to
tne engineering ollege a portrait of C.
R. Richards, former dean of the school.
Chancellor Avesj accepted ths picture In
behalf of the sniverattr.
County Judge Riser has ordered the
estate of J. V. Govs of Bennett to pay
to Lancaster county the sum of $14.12 as
Farmers in Numbers
Hear About Seed Corn
HARTINGTON, Neb., March i.- Special
Telegram.) , A bout X people surrounded
the seed corn special today and so great
was the Interest that In addition to two
splendid Indoor meetings a large and
enthusiastic overflow meeting wss held
st the rear end of the train.
The special arrived and departed hers
on schedule and made Its last slop foe"
ths night at Crofton. where a night meet
ing was held. Prof. Kelsselhach, one of
the speakers accompanying ths train, re
ports a most successful day's trip and
estimates that the lecturers hsvo talked
seed corn to' about lies people today.
Fsrmers all along the line are showing
an Increased disposition to proceed care
fully and test their seed If necessary.
There Is also an Increased "disposition
to quit sending long distances for seed
snd to buy It nearer at home. Another
fact that has developed on the trip Js
that the seed com selected before the
heavy frees last November, where It
has been kept dry. In the best seed.
It Is also becoming more snd mors
evident that as a rule the small ears of
corn are the best,
The trip of the seed corn special so far
has developed .the' fact that good seed
corn Is a scares article In Nebraska this
spring and has fully vindicated Ihe cam
paign of agitation, and education which
Is being carried on.
Nebraska City Will
NEBRASKA CfTT. March ..-Special)
The members of Post D. of the Trav
eling Protective . association at their
meeting elected the following officers:
President, C. M. Aldtlch; vice president.
At Lelsle; secretary and treasurer, E.
VonOlllern. Board of directors: H.
O. Rice. A I.- Lelsle. and John R. Golden.
The following committees were ap
pointed:-Press. E. J. VonOlllern; hotels,
R. J. Olsen; legislation. U P. interbank;
employment, Al. Lelsle; sick and relief,
Jsmes Kastner; roads, Harry Morgan;
physician. Dr. M. L. Keaer; chaplain.
Rev. A. A. Randall Committees were
sppolnted to make ill arrangements for
the state meeting Is be held hero in
April snd nothing Is' to . be snared to
get up and carry out one of the finest
programs ever given In this state. Del
egates to ths stale convention: E. M.
Chase, A I. Lelsle, John R. Golden, O.
K. Bradley, W. H. Penn. James Kast
ner, Robert II Nelly; O. A. Hlschof.
1. P. Stafford, LP. Xlkkelsoa. and Wll
Ham Blarhof. jihn ' R. Ooleen was en
dorsed ss. one of -the members of the
stats board.. ,
OEAN BURNETT WRITES '
MOVE WITHOUT AUTHORITY
KEARN'KV, Neb., March t.-48pecial.)-
Somewhat of a sensation was sprung at
the regular meeting of ths directors ojvj
lbs Kearney commercial club today when
a communication from lean B. A. Bur
nett of th Agricultural college at Lin
coln, who stated that bs had not been
approached by those Interested In back
ing the proposed demonstration farms.
Boms two weeks ago Frank G. OdelL
secretary of the Nebraska Rural Life
commission, accompanied by Nels P.
Hansen, pure food commissioner and
Sam Baasett of Gibbon, addressed the
directors on th plan of having ten demon
stration farms la Buffalo county, as
wall as nine other counties. A part of
the plan was ths furnishing of three ex
perts from- the agricultural school, one
skilled in agriculture, on In. horticul
ture and one la dairying, who would visit
th farms at least one a weak giving
the farmer such advice as his schooling
had taught him was best. No action
was taken, as ths dean had signified
bis Intention of Investigating th matter.
NORTH PLATTE TO BUY
. WATER WORKS SYSTEM
NORTH PLATTE, March l-Wpedai.)
-At a special election held her Monday
th people decided by a large vote to
authorise th mayor and city council to
comply with a decree of th United
States circuit court of appeals and to pay
for th water works In this city, owned
by th North Platte Water Works com
pany. In acoordano with th provisions
of th decree. Th money Is to bs ab
tained from the proceeds of th I1W.9W
bonds Issued October L ISO, which bonds
were voted at that time with a view of.
constructing a new system, but since the
courts nave decided tha the city,- by
entering into certain negotiations with
ths old company, thereby became the
owners of the system, the money will be
used' for th payment and Improvement
of th same. ...... , .
NORTH PLATTE WILL VOTE
ON THE LICENSE QUESTION
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. March l-
8pecUvL Tha people of North Platte will
have the question of license or no license
for th sale of Intoxicating liquors for
the coming year submitted to them at
aextmsnlelpst election to be hold In
-1L 4k. petition has bee Died by the
Rev. R. B. Favorigbt with the city clerk
bearing th names of thirty-three voters
and residoat freeholders of the dty, ask
ing that ths question bo submitted to a
Taft Ctwb Foraaed at geotla.
BCOTIA. Neb.. March 1 Special. r-The
republicans of Scotia organised a Taft
dub last Mndsy, March . with eighty
members. O. It". Frtxsimmons was elected
president and E. B. Weekes secretary
Th republicans of this victim y ar vary
enthusiastic concerning th - nomination
and election sf President Taft.
Two Wedding at Met ook. .
MCOOK. Neb.. Vires. L-gpeeU.)-
County Judge Colter reports, the marriage
of Samuel Oregg and Haaet Painter, both
of Palisade, February t. and of Rare
J. McDol of Orleans and Lottie Taylor
of Oxford March 4. ' . . '
ROYSE SAYS BANKS DO WELL
Secretary of Banking Board Make
ONE FATJXBI IN EIGHT TEAKS
Finds Sesse Asabtaoltte la Csar.
aaty Law and Make SaBStlao
tnhese Leajlelatar Mlaht
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 1 imperial Tele
gram.) Secretary Roys of the State
Banking board has Just made his annual
report to the governor, and I It, em
bodies the bank ststements of the year,
and in his view of th same says thst
th period has been one of marked suc
cess for banks In aplte of tha (vperal
slowing down of general business.
Two banks are iu the hand of receiv
ers, but the failures are old, there not
having been a failure In fit years snd
only on In eight years. He calls atten
tion to some friction caused by the In
terpretations of the new banking law
and which in some Instances Is Indefinite,
leading to arbitrary reluiga. and In some
others to miration. He expresses the
haps that these ambiguous features may
bs remedied by the next legislature.
Secretary Royse sites the conflict of
the law regarding the guaranty fund, one
section of which says It shall --be levied
on th average of deposit exclusive of
public money otherwise secured, and an
other which puts public deposits on the
same basis as private and secured by
the guaranty fund.
He aaya he has, under the decision of
the courts which held banks need not
give security for public funds, ruled that
public deposits, shall b Included wtth
private in computing the amount to be
levied for the guaranty fund.
esDOA'a .cmrg gfdsgfd kwdakwd kwdw
Defect fa Uaaraaty I a at.
Mr. Royse also calls attention to a pro
vision for levying the guaranty fund tor
new banks at ths time of organisation.
and calls attention to th fact there Is
no provision In law for returning the
money If experience shows that the
amount originally set aaid Is In excess
of th amount required to meet the de
mands of the guaranty fund for such
bank, and asks that lb legislature rem
edy that defect Another amendment a in
gested Is mors clearly to define what
shall be don with th guaranty fund of
a bank which voluntarily iiquiaates,
whether It shall b covered back Into the
assets of th bank when It ceases to par
ticipate In th guaranty or whether the
law means that when one placed in
that fund It Is permanently alienated from
tha funds of the bank to bo drawn by
tha stat only for th purpose for which
It Is levied. Mr. Roys also suggests thst
th law limiting th amount of roans of
a bank Is too drastic and forces money
into ths great money centers. Ho slso
urges tli psssag of a law defeated In
th last legtalatur giving th banking
board authority to refuse a charter to
a bank where it Is evident the commun
ity In which It Is to be located already
ha ample banking facilities. ....
Secretary Royse calls attention to wnat
he . deems an inconsistency In ths law
which prohibits banks from paying more
then I per cent for deposits, while build
ing and uaa sjsoclsjion. -eooipetif n.
dor th JurteAetson of the same beard
for ths moaay of Is prod; are permitted
nermltted to Pay any rat thoir-nireetors
deem fit. Ha says that either th limit
should be removed from th on or placed
on th other. i
Humf elt Contempt
and Chirnside Cases
FAIRBl'RT. Neb- March (.Special.)
-Judge. L. M - Pembervni of Beatrice
cam over to Pah-burr, Monday evening,
and will hold a short saastoa of district
court, gull a numlier of Isnportant .
cave la th equity division will occupy
the attention cf the court this week, the
reding ones being th ftijunctloa ess of
r nia isumrett ana tne otner toe extra or
ex -sheriff James chlms'de. who ts su
ing Jefferson county" for t1.M9 Jailor's
tee while sheriff for sis years. '
A great deal of Interest center on the
InJonctJoa rase. Several weeks ago
County Attorney Frank "L. Rain made a
trip -to Beatrice and- eersrvd aa order
from Judge rYenberton, citing the defend
ant to appear tn court March ( and show
cause why be should not be fined tor
contempt of ceun.Thtt Is th outgrowth
of a dispute over a public highway be
tween Hurafett and another farmer by
the name of Henry Arend, six miles west
of Fatrbury. In th early part of Decem
ber. Humtelt built a fence over the road,
thereby blocking traffic Aa Injunction
was secured, restraining Humfelt from
Mocking th road. He than employed a
road surveyor and after ha leuetied the
rtmlimra. deeasod to Mock op the hlgbway
la spits of the injunction.
Ex-6ortff James Chirr. ski allscas bs
la entitled to UJM as Jailor a toss and
has asnnioyed Charles H. Denney to plead
nia case County Attorney Prank L. Rala
will lunriss ut th county. Both of the
cases on the docket sre causing a great
deal C com meat.
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NEWS NOTES FROM BEATRICE
Railroad Kaapleyee and I vest era'
Association Hold hlleetlo of ,
BEATRICE; Neb., March l-8peolal.)-Th
American Railroad Employers and
Investors' association held Its annual
meeting In this city last svsnlng, which
was addressed by J. I. Pennington of
Lincoln and M. A. Roach of Omaha
Thees officers war sleeted. D. Mahoney.
president; L. 8. sge, vie president; Fy
Greening, secretsry-treasurer; U L.
Chapman. L R. Wetherald. W. A. Avers.
M. H. Richardson, A. J. Jessup. W. P.
Mcdsnanan. J. C. Burton. Fred Warren.
Q. W. Davis, directors; M. H. Richardson
and J. J. Miller, delegates to th national
convention which meets in, Omaha In
At th regular meeting of th Board of
Kduoatlon last evening It wss voted to
allow th Southwestern Nebraska Educa
tional association th us of th high
school room during Its session to . be
held her March 17-J. Superintendent
BodweU's monthly report showed the
total enrollment of the schools to bs t.STI.
Mrs. John Nelson, sn old resident of
Oag county, died Sunday at the home t,t
her son. A. T. Nelson, three miles south
west of Ellis.
Dean Tal and Miss Mildred Bradley,
two well-known young people of this
dty. were married at Marysvills. Kan.,
Mrs, Laura Klnmaa, wife of J. M. Kin
nun of this city, died Sunday, aged W
years. She ts survived by her husband
and four children. Th body was taken
to Missouri for interment. ,
Th Lowry evangelistic meetings will
doss here Tuesday night. Th total at
tendance to date is W.eus; number of con
verts, M3; collection for evangelists Sun
day night. RM7.K.
Mrs. B. H. Boohman. for th last eight
years a resident of Beatrice, died Monday
morning. 8 be was born In England In 1S7
and after coming to this oountry mad
her horn at Cedar Rapids, la., for a
number of years. ha Is survived by her
husband snd two Itttls children. -
In th district court yesterday Mrs.
Anna Wipperman was given a divorce
from her husband, Henry Wipperman,
and Minnie Jones wa gtvea a decree from
her husband, William P. Jones.
George W. Deaala. ,
SUTTON. Neb.. March . Speclel.
Oeorge W. Dennis, son of Mr. snd Mrs.
John Dennis of thts place, died Thursday
evening at his home two and on half
miles southeast of town, death resulting
from typhoid pneumonia. Funeral ser
vices were held Sunday from the Metho
dist church. Rev. John Calvert officiat
ing. Mr. Dennis la survived by a widow
and three small children.
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T d you tell him to take Chamber
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OF HARVARD TAFT CLUB
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Msrva Ik-
Chart es Rvana Hughes, Jr., son of Justice I
Hughes of ths supreme court of the
t'nlted State and a member of the
Harvard taw eehooL, Is the president of
ths newly formed William Howard Taft
dub of Harvard. Samuel M. Rinse rr f
Beatrice, Neb, la eeortUry -treasurer.
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subject to th prima lies, under the new
commission form of government being
follows: H. O. Leigh, attorney; Cai
Chapman, coal dealer: Andrew P. Moran,
attorney; James A. Richardson, laundry
man: W. S. Cornutt, lumber dealer; Allen
B. Wilson, grain dealer; Joseph M.
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Huherle, real estate dealer: R. K. Haw
ley, Iceman; Frank M. Cask, reel estst
dealer; Dr. J. D. Houston, dentist; II.
B. Swaller. auto dealer; George W,
lieldlgh. retired capitalist; John A. Nel
son, cement contractor; Mtks Bauer, chief
of fir department. The primaries to be
held here next Tuesday and six of this
number are to be selected at the candi
dates for the election to be held on
April I . '. . .
Two Deaths at Wyssos.
WTMORB, Neb.. March e.-Speclsl.)-Mrs.
T. H. W airman, who dropped dead
while getting dinner brat Thursday, wss
burled In Odell Haturday. Funeral ser
vices war conducted at th horn, nine
miles southwest of this city. A husband
John O. Meters died Saturday morning,
after a prolonged Illness with tubercu
losis. He wss about years of ago and
la survived by his widow snd three
children. Th funeral wUI be held Wednesday.
Senator Percy is
; Asked to Eesign
JACKSON. Mies., March I.-A Joint
resolution demanding the resignation of
United Mates Senator Leroy Percy was,
adopted by both houses of ths Mississippi
legislature todsy. Th resolution recites
an alleged promise of Perry's to resign ,
If hs had been defeated In the democratic
prtmai election of last summer. Former
Governor Jsmes K. Vsrdaman won thai
nomination over Percy In th primary.
WASHINGTON, March l-Peoslor,
Percy was advised todsy of ths action of
ths Mississippi stat srnat In demanding I
his resignation, but declined to dlacuas,
ths matter until after he had read the I
"Will you resign or declln to resign?"'
he was asked.' ,
"I cannot, aay anything Si," waa his'
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