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HIE BEE: OAIAUA, WKDXBSDAY. MAKCli 27. 1012.
TRAIN SERVICE SUFFICIENT
State Railway Commission Decides
Complaint on Omaha Eoad.
CSOFTON AND BLOOMTIEID LUTES
Board Rwrvn Rlcht tm Graet
Farther Ileal net ioa ( Cattle
; Train Srrtbre em Three
r J Braarhra.
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 2. (SiwciaU-The
State Railway commission hu decided
that the train service cn the Crofton and
Bloonifield bram-l.es of the Omaha road
is ample and ned not be Increased, and
in addition it reserves the rijjht to permit
the service to be decreased when the
stock shipments become lighter.
The iouth Om.tlia Live Stock exchanse
was the complainant and the desire of
the complainant was to obtain sen-ice
which would land stock from those
branches on the South Omaha market
at as advantageous times as it now
leaches the Sioux City market. The
cem mission holds that the company Is
jrivinx reasonable service to shippers and
that Sioux City is entitled to the natural
advantages which it enjoys by reason of
nearness to the towns and general direc
tion of ttie roads in question. The service
which may be discontinued when the
stock, shipments are light Is a Sunday
train run especially to land live stock on
the market Monday morn in.
Plalnvletv Film Complaint.
Tin town of Pla1nv.cn', through Fred
1L Free, has filed a complaint with the
Railway commission setting forth that
Ptalnvti w is a town of more than LOW
Inhabitants and gives the Northwestern
toad more than SHi.OiO woith of business
each year and that in return the com
pany maintains an old delanldated and
loorly ventilated oV-pot, which Is also
inadequate In size. He al?o asserts that
in winter it is heated by a stove of the
ntag of llvil or thereabout, that the
!utrons are furnished water from an old
pump instead of being served the line
lira (id served by the town water works
Mstem. The petition aJso nets out that
ifie O Netil branch of the Burlington has
r. iUiu.w iutfl ru hlutant anrf I hut tliiat 1
inconvenient to many people who desire
10 transfer fioin one road to the other,
and tt is asked the commission not only
ft-der the Northwestern to build a now
Vpot, but that tt be either an union sta
tion of the two roads or that the depots
1 near enough to each other to bo con
enlent. U il. Ma&ct of the Stat Parl n board
went to Washington tonight on legal
luiiinra-. While gone he will visit a l
j ; umber of eastern penal Institutions to
Ket what po intern he can for the benefit !
of the stale. j
Umyr 31 n Lea Inaprrtlon.
I V. t.uye, labor cjmmlssioner, has
returned from Omaha and Plattsmouth,
in which places he liiHecteU forty-four
manufacturing establishments to see that
the law was lulus complied with In re-l-'aid
to fire csiapes, protection of dan
gerous machinery and sanitation. Sev
eral employers were Instructed to make
twine in nor chuiujcs.
llllUken tn llrlnic Xiilf.
V. S, Mllliken. hoj-e wife and daughter
were killed white picking up coal on a
Kocfc Island cixisslng near this city. Jan
uary 5. laMn.ba.-i tuked -for letters of aT
inlniHtmtlon oil thHr estates prearatory
to. 'bringing mil autiiit the railroad
cotnpany for damages.
Mi. Mary A. Mitchell as given a
judgment today In Justice Stevens court
against her grandson, Ita lludklns. for
throe weeks wages and t8 money loaned
while Mrs. Mitchell was at the lludklns'
home. She alleges she is entitled to 13
per week as wages and for the amount
the money loaned, which view was con
curred in by the court. Hudklns set up
that Mrs. Mitchell was simply vbitln;
at his home and was not working.
According to a survey of the city ad
ministration Lincoln spent $30.$.& more
than Its income last year.
lentrrtttle Editor Vim.
K. V. frown of this city has written
to many democratic editors in Nebraska
to ascertain their presidential preference
and gives the following as a summary
of the replies: Thirty-seven for W ilson,
four for Bryan, four for Harmon and
four for Clark. Many said that if Bryan
were a candidate they would be for hint.
"i OMAHA APPROPRIATION 0. K.
Entombed in Mine at
Bluefields, W. Va.
Snpreme Court Holds Medical School
A:t to Be Good.
mi IS SUFFICIENTLY
J ad sea Ueelare that Ur
la Scope mt Act Mast Br
Made tm LrgUlatare a ad
, t ta Caarta.
From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March -(Special Tele
gram. The niprtme court today held
valid the SlOtUM appropriation for a
I laboratory building on the campus of the
' university medical college at Omaha,
j The decision was in the case of S. J.
! Stewart against Barton, an action to re-
strain the state auditor from issuing war-
lants for payment of the Iatoiatory build
ing to be erected on tt-e campus of the
university medkal college at Omaha. The
lower court refuJed to issue the Injunc
tion fcouuht and the supreme court sus-
Cumins county. She came here with let j jains tnjs vnJict.
husband, the late Joh. D. Neligh, the! The rt)1Irl ,t ,,U Rot lnqujre into
father and founder of the city ot M tst thi motives of the legislutois tn discu.-iing
Point, in the ear IS. She was $ year J tue allegation that the acta was class
of age at her death. Mrs. Neligh has th. ; ugudiUtii. as the building and the school
distinction of beitig the mother of the j was for the benefit of the alonathlc school
first white chiid born within the confine of medicine. In this connection the court
of Cuming county. Mrx Altec Sims, now announced If the petitioner desired relief)
residing here. She is aio survived by
WKLCH. Va., March -.-.n explo
i ston i the tuyne of the Jrd Coal &
jCoke. company at Jet today ifiiin taontil
I seventy-nine men, of w hom ten have bavn
ten out alive and one dead. There are
BROAD j bopea that the icniaininR sily-
The Jod mine is lOo feel deep and is
Ubjeeiioa t . - . ... fciulh nf uvi.-h.
j In Mclwell county. It Is owned by the
! Jvd Coal and Coke company, of which
i William Levk c U ti e general manager,
i The mine Is on the tary bram h of the
j Ntrfolk & Western railroad.
MRS. CATHERINE B. NELIGH.
CUMING PIONEER. IS DEAD
WEST POINT. Neb.. Marvh :V-?re
cial.-ln ti e death of Mrs. Catherine L.
Neligh. which occurred !at night, WeM ,
Point t:as lost its eldest resident. Mis.
Neligh was the first white woman
make her residence In what is known a
WASHINGTON. March -Director
J. A. Holmes, of the bureau of mines,
today order d Mine Kcsvue Car No. 7. at
tit. Paul, Va., to Jed. It carries four ex
pert mine rescue men. headed bv Fere
man William liurke. This car will go by
l special to Jvd and should arrive there
Mine Krscue Car No. at Irwm, pa.,
also was ordered to Jed. This car is 'n
charge of Foreman A. Kaudenbusli,
with two expert rescue men.
The bodies of four miners had been
J taken from the Jed coal mine up to 3
I o'clock this uftrrnoon and ten men had
been rescued alive. It was reported at
this hour that there were still ninety
three men in the mine. Ouvernmrnt
rescuing men believe few of the remain
ing in the mine ure now alive.
three sons William T. S., V. S. Orant
and John P. S. Neligh.
"Aunt Kitty." as she was familiarly
called, was a woman of remarkably gra
cious personality, the soul of kindness
and hospitality, a favorite with all ctasic
of the community, especially the children
and young people, whom she especially
loved, and who, more than anyone, wM
miss her bright and genial presence. Al
most up to the time of her death she was
busy in charitable works, ever minister
ing to the wants of the poor and af
flicted, and dcing her best at all times.
in Mason and out of season, to alleviate
pain and trouble.
Mrs. Neligh died a painless death, sink
Ing to sleep in the arms of her belove I
children, her Hfework done and her spirit
ready to return to that Infinity from
whence it came.
i Timrr or-a urno pit
In this direction he miM go to the legis-; I finCC 0 I CHIilLno rMO I
la t ure, t.s the court could not go into the Q QFF CHICAGO
that the title was sufficiently broad and
that the act was complete In itself.
Platte llridite Miroera.
Another case of more tlian iiassing In
terest ivas that oL Platte county against
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TOM BROS., Dm Moines, la.
I1EATRICE. Neb. March ai.-(SpciaI)
The boys' and Girls' short coursa In
domestic Kleme and awfoulture btwin
yesterday at-the Central aihool building
nd m 111 continue until next Friday
evening. There was an attendance of
nearly M on the opening day. Miss
Gertrude Rowan of Lincoln and Mlm
Loulae Sabfn of Beatrice, are in charge
of the domestic science work, and Prof.
Uramllcjt haa charge of the agricultural
department. A reception waa given last
evening to the boya and girls at the
court housi by Misa Jenele l'yrtle", county
Attaekeil a llot.. anir.
BRADKHAW, Neb.. March M.-iSie-clal.)-Whila
playing out In the yard the
llttl :- ear-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Adsms. living out In the country
north ot town, wandered out to the hog
yard, wbere the little fellow waa at
tacked by s vicious sow. Il weuUl have
lost his life but for the tlmaly arrival
vf his father who rescued him. The
little fellow's face bad beun severely
lacerated and his body and head badly
Mia. I.n Fallelle at tirseta.
GENEVA. Neb.. March 9J.-Speeial.
Mis Kola La Kollette, daughter of Sen
ator La Folletle, gave a reading in the
high school auditorium last night, under
j the auspices of the High richoul
' matiu club.
"Ve wish to anuoiuiee to
the l.idics of Omaha anil I
vicinity that for one day,
Wednesday, we will give a j
Special 2D Discount
ou all our stock of real
Irish Crochet Ibices. Lace
ColLnrs, Coat Sets, Collars
and Cuffs, Bands, Edges,
ueadings, Allovers and Ir i
Remember the discount is
for one day only, Wednes
Mr., laa KaKland-Klork.
MADISON. Neb.. March S6.-(8peclal.l-The
funeml of .Mrs. Ann Kngland-Stork
ns held st the old home eight miles
northeast of Madison. Sunday. Inter
ment was In Crown Hill cemetery beside
her husband, who died three years ago.
Mrs. Stork was a pioneer of Madison
county and perhaps no woman who ha
lived In this county has left a more abid
ing impression. Mrs. f tork passed away
Friday evening. .March a. Just at tlio
close of the day, being M years and 2
months old. She was born at Dows
vsle, Lincolnshire, Kngland, coming to
New Tork state with her husband and
two Infant children In IMS and removing
to her present home, then a homestead.
In this county In 1870. She leaves to
morn her departure three sons. William,
of Madison, Charles residing northwest
of Madison, and George residing at home,
and six daughters, Mrs. Rebecca Burner.
Mrs. Mary Lyons and ' Mrs.' Hannah
Lyons of Madison; Mrs. Amy Wllberger
of Lincoln, Mrs. Jennie Lyons of tlnola
and Mrs. Gust a Wright st home.
. t. Wallahaa.
CRESTOX, la.. March a.-(Special.t-Tha
unconscious body of A. C. Wallahan.
a prominent farmer of Nodaway town
ship and tha present republican candidate
for member of Taylor County Board of
Supervisors, was found lying on tha
floor In tha barn at hla home Saturday.
The previous day he had attended a sale
at tha homo of a neighbor and seemed in
his usual health. Apoplexy or heart fail
ure la the cause of his death, according to
J. ftollralf ratr.
YORK. Neb.. March at (Special.)
Monday morning Jacob Sollenberger died.
aged M years. He was a member of tha
serenth territorial legislature from Otoe
county, which met In Omaha on December
a, ISA. He had been an Odd Fellow
more than fifty years. The funeral was
held at the Methodist church this afternoon.
Mra. Mary Maltl.
SUTTON. Neb.. March -Special. )
Mrs. Mary Maltby. one of the pioneer
women of Sutton, died at her home at
an early hour this morning.
Mn. .lass Tatter.
K ANSA 8 CITT. Mo.. March .-Mrs.
Anna Potter, once a candidate for mavor
of Kanaaa City. Kan., ditd at her bun.
aged C years.
liutler tt'uiitv. in WMtch Platto county
seeks to recover h.tlf the money expended j
on a bridge over the rtatte river at Co
lumbus It apirara thut revcral spans of
the brldg? were r.'pla. cii with steel spans
and the court hold that in the absence of
a contract bctuecn the two counties one
county Cionol go ahead and incur such
expense, which amounts to rebuilding the
bridge, without the concurrence of the
other county, and then recover half the
irionev expended. The lower court held
that It could, but the supreme court re
verses this decision and dismisses the
Wllaarll Ulna Aelloa.
Building- Inspector Wlthncll of Omaha
won out on his appeal In the case of
Kltterbiing against Wlthncll. The plain
tiff sought tu mandamus the tiltdiug In
spector to compel the Issuance of a per
mit to construct a brick yard In tha
city of Omaha. Tmlcr the ordinance tha
permit was refused on the ground the
brickyard was a nuisance In a resident
district and a menace to health. The
lower court ordered the permit Issued,
but the supreme court reversed and re
manded the rase. The court holds It Is
within the police power of the city to
prohibit structure, that are a nuisance
or a menace to health and that It la evi
dent a brick yard will produce m.o
and becloud the air.
Tiie appeal of J. W. Adams against the
vi.lage of Curtis, Involving the construe
lion of a road, la dismissed, the court
holding the village board of Curtis Is
not a person who can be aued, but to
maintain an action the members of the
board with their offices must be specl
fled In th pleadings.
HalHvaa Made Referee.
Judge J. J. Sullivan of Omaha haa been
appointed referee to hear testimony and
report hia flndUiga to the court In the
case of Hall against the state. Involving
title to ISO acres of land In Cherry county
claimed by both Rail and the state In be
half of the school fund.
The following opinions were files:
State ex rel. Krlttenbrliik against With
nell: reversed and remanded. UuSc, J.
Ttllton Fheliw Furniture Company
against Wlunt; affirmed. Hainer, J.
Sittler ugnlnst Hoard of Hut-ervlsora of
Custer County; reversed and remanded.
Chase against Chicago, Burlington A
Cjulncy Railroad Company; affirmed.
Lrtton, J.. Reese. C J., not sitting.
Tarsons against Barnes: arflrmed. Faw
cctt. J.. Reese. C. J.. not sitting.
1'alsley against paisley; reversed and
remanded. Hamer, J.
Redman against Fidelity Accident In
surance Company; affirmed. Letton, J.(
Reese. C. J., nut silting.
Welter against Sloan; affirmed. Faw
rtne-ule Medicine Company against
Todcr F.ply; affirmed, llarnes. J.,
Reese. C. J.. nut sitting.
4Juk-k against Modern Woodmen of
Amerk-a; reversed and rejnanded. Rose,
J., Reese. C. J . not sitting.
The A. J. Minor Ijimber Company
against Thompson; judgment of district
court affirmed aa to findings nf fact;
remanded with directions to modify Judg
ment so aa to make trust deed a first
lien. Letton. J.. Reese. C. J.. not sitting.
Adama agaJnst Village Board of Curtis;
sppeal dismissed. Sedgwick, J.
In re Kstate of Knight, Lewis admin
istrator, against Barkley, admintatartor;
affirmed. Hedgwlrk. J.
Pitts against Burdick; affirmed, Faw
County of Platto against County of
Butler: reversed: action dismissed. Sedg
wick. J.. Reese. C. J.. not sitting.
Stewart against Barton: affirmed; Let
ton, J.. Reese. C. J., not sitting.
Following are rulings on motions for
Montgomery against Dresher; overruled.
Allen against Meets: overruled.
linen against Inkster; overruled.
Met bad 1st llaaaart mt Arllaajlaa.
ARLINGTON, Neb.. March 2f.4 Spe
cial.) A banquet was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Looker at which
about S men were present. Rev. Esplln,
pastor of the Methodist church of this
place, acted as toastmaster, and ad
dresses were made, by Dr. Hislon of
Omaha, who spoke on "Christian Educa
tion. Rev. Slater, president of the board
of trustees of Wesleyan university at
Lincoln, also spoke on "Christian Educa
tion." Rev. Mr. Lang of Blair also made
a brief address
. fseelaaaatarr f'anreiM at (ilMmn.
GIBBON. Neb.. March S -(9pecial.-At
tlie declamatory contest in the opera
houae her tha highest honors were won
by Misa Dorla Chapman, making her
' rfelerale In tha illt4e tr.r,i i t-
STELLA. Keb, March as.-dpeciai.
Mr. Leslie Stains and Miss Jennie Maaon
snara married at fails city and left to
snafca tbear horns at Qoincy. I1L. where
Mr. Stains haa his headquartara aa
traveling aalssiiiain. The boyhood of Mr.
Stakes waa sprat at SaJasn. Xek.. and
Morrili. Kan. His bride, is s aaugkter
ot Thoanaa 1. Maaon. a retired farmer of
For Tender Faces
TiviivTMVMbie for .boar- nifciect to rerj
mtm, touf tuxm, aad other MtMioM
of the iJun. AttaTtnc IvxuiT- No mm.
bo wotrj aosp. m gents, mo Mti of
ttmeor money- In nwei4 box. 25e..ti
stfArmor br malL Ijrsrai: swrnnW frm.
UWtJ sldHlxcM "Cuucurt," lp u 23, boticm.
ClUCAdO. March :J.-Tlue at.-anwr.-
which were ca unlit In ihe Jc otf vf
Eva nst on lat nlsht. were rcitortptl tr
mtle out In the lake torlav Iwttiinff wtih
the floes tn an aiteinct to rvar). t'htcir
An unbroken m re.cn Ml' tt1? soaarti-l
vfKiW-la iron. imrt. uml there ftnt-u
hic of i tart.n ik t!u' city ttvrorc
ovenlnr unle- tfi" w Ii.d shtuiUI sluft
IVftis for the safuy t.l Mie t.Vt n
UarJ. however, wire allayotl by wtre
leas meraacrfl. All the hoMi are well
provtsionctl and rottlM ;ntil tho-ie aUmru
ar uf ferine nu hiMtnhlia.
The maroiinel xtrarnifiN are the Ita
cine, of lh .Northein .lkli,nnn Vn-poi-fatlon
coniiMinv, ai.U the Alabmrfu and
(he Georula, of the Goodrich Ttati< fleet.
WHOLESALE POISONING IS
MINOR OFFENSE IN 6ERLIN
BERLIN, March J-TI'c trial brKan
Joday of five men accused of being re
sponsible for death by wood alcohol pot
sonlng of eighty-nine iiersons. which in
curred at Christmas umong the Inmates
of tha municipal night chcltrr for the
homeless. The Indictment alleges viola
tion of the pure food law by the prep
aration and selling of harmful substi
tutes. Technicalities do not (permit uf
mora serious charges.
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FLEGE TRIALjS POSTPONED
Pica of Abatement Filed by Defense
CHAKGE OF VENUE IS ASKED
Dctca.e Kills Affidavits Allralaa
I'rrjndlre, sis roarratioa la
UlvrB Week la File lis
POXCA, Xeb.. March W.-(Spec.al Tele
gram.) The second trial of William
Plege, who Is charged with the murder of
Ms atster, waa postponed until next Tues
day to allow tha prosecution ttme to se
cure affidavits in reply to those filed by
the defendant asking for a change of
Ths case waa called yeaterday after
neon on the first day of tha March term
of the district court. Judga Gravea pre
siding, fount)- Attorney '. A, Klngs
hurv, assisted by hta partner, ('. II, llen
drlckson nf Wayne, and A. 1 1. JMvIe nf
Wayne, appeared, for tha etnte and e
Congrcesman J. J. McCarthy, assisted by
his brother, W. 1. McCarthy, and Kerry
4c .terry of Wayne, represented tlio de
tendaut. Arguments were made relative
to tha pica In bar Interposed by the de
fense setting up that the action of the
court at the laat trial of this case In
wlthdi swing the charge of murder In Cie
fln.t degree and submitting the case to
the Jury on the charge of murder In ttie
second degree constituted an acquittal
of tlie charter of murder In the flrt de
gree. Tho plea was overruled. The de
fense then nulinillled a etriea of affi
davits in support of Ita appeal for
change of venue. The prosecution asked
for a week in which to secure affi
davits in refutation, which time waa
granted and court waa adjourned until
FIVE MEN ARE KILLED BY
EXPLOSION IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO. March S8.-Ktve men were
killed and more than twenty Injured, sev
ers 1 perhaps fatally, by tha explosion ot
a cupola filled with molten metal In what
la known as tha pot foundry of ths Mo
ODrmtek worka of tha International Har
vester company hers todsy.
Bituminous Coal 1
Operators Refuse to
Grant Wage Raise !
CLEVKLANI. O.. Msrch -"A strike
Is preferable to the granting of tha min-
era' drmaitda. Wa cannot grant a wage ;
Increase even If all other demands are t
waived. In other words, tha operators '
cannot yield, and If ths miners don't, a -strike
That waa ths statement issued today (
on behalf of tha bituminous operators of
western Pennsylvania. Ohio, Indiana aril
Illinois by 1. C, Kolsem of Terra Haute,
their spokesman. Ths operators will
make no offer other than to extend ths
present wage agreement fot another two
years, the position they took when ths
conference adjourned last week, accord
ing to Mr. Kolsem.
Tha differences, therefore. Involving
tha possibility that mora than iAOW min
ers will quit work next Monday, when
their present wags scales expire, today
appeared to be no nearer a sattlemsnt.
Tha conference reconvened today, but
owing to tha nonarrlval ot soma of the
delegates a recess was taken until later.
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