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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: M.ABCH 31, 1912.
MT SHOT BY BRIGGS' GUN
Coroner' lot; Holds Him Scspos
iible for the Peata.
MAT HOLD MEITCTg TO PROTEST
jktterne-rs Clash la Arsrasaeata Dnr-
- ' las Hearias Dlaa7 Clothing
KxhlMte Mm ' Be
' (y. Responsibility for ths death ot Iter
1 u.unt was piacea upon inw 91 roitoe
f f n.h. Qnlk t I 1.1 .
. 1 1 '71-14 1I 9WIU UBWil, mm BC)U((
Jo!in C. Troutan el Soath Omaha, ana
S:r:rf Gua flyers of Lancaster county
, ly -Coroner Armstrong's Jury, which sat
cay. in veraici -es rescued at raid
night, V -Sccrifi
Grant Chan ot Sarpy county
Centura by the jury for falling to pre
sent the shooting which resulted la
Elunt's genrh. , :
Becomnwndatlon tjint Brlggs. Hyers
' and Trouton be held toattt district court
Tfco Tcrdlct win be takes to Paplllion
ud aeuyerea to coroner Armstrong by
one of tlie jurors tome time today.
Verdict el the Jarr.
The text ot the verdict follows:
"At tha Inquest held at Springfield,
Keb., Sarpy county, on the tb day ot
March A. D. 1SK, before me, R. B. Arm
strong, coroner ot said Sarpy county, on
the body ot Roy Blunt, lying dead, by
the Jurors whose names are hereto sub
scribed, the said Jurors, on their oath, do
say that said Roy Blunt came to his
death oa tha lSth day ot March. 1911 from
the effects ot a gun shot wound Inflicted
by a .it or' Ai caliber rlflo ball fired
from a rifle held In tbo hands of Chief
ot Police John Brlggs of South Omaha.
Wo also find that Sheriff Hyers of
.Lancaster county and John C. Trouton of
South Omaha wero accessories, and
recommend that they bo held to the dis
"We furthor find, according to tha evfr
denco introduced St the Inquest, that
Sheriff Grant Chase tailed to exercise
due authority In restraining tha members
l ins nosso from flrlnr Intn tha w.gn
eupiea by tno convicts and Roy Blunt.
that ha is deserving of great eeasur
not excrcls ns such authority.
J, A. riSTEKS,
-O. P. MILLER,
v', ROlf WHITNEY,
"H. O. HAMILTON,
"C. D. MARTIN,
"E. D. QU1NLET."
Marc tgaibst Chas.
When news of trie verdict was given to
Bartus Wilson ot Bprlngfield, who hss
taken a leading part In arousing public
sentiment, ha aeclarea that la all prob
ability a Baas meeting ot Sarpy eouaty
ritlseas ts call tor Sheriff Chase's reslg
nation and to take action regarding Gov
ernor Aldrich's letter will be called In
the near future. Ha said th vardlet sup
ported the position taken by a vast ma'
Jorlty of Sarpy county ettlsens.
Uproarious demonstratlona of 111 feeling
were made against Coroner Armstrong,
County Attorney Jamlesen and Sheriff
Oram Chase of Sarpy county and against
County Attorney Clinton Chase of Stan
ton county, brother of Sheriff Chase. W.
R. Patrick ot counsel for the Blunt fam
lly was applauded when M .engaged In a
personal Quarrel with these yofflctala.
The reading af letter from Governor
Aldrlch, .which one prominent Bprlngfield
man characterised as aa Insult to the
cltltenahlp of Sarpy eounty, was another
sensational feature ot tha close ot tha
Tha ease was submitted to the Jury t
o'clock. Before Its submission the
Jurors .spent fifteen minutes debating the
advteahuiry tf Jmaking an effort to get
(Sheriff Hyera of Lancaster oouaty and
John C. Trouton, dapaty atata firs warden
and deputy to Chief of Bailee Brlggs o'
South Omaha, oa tbe day of tha convict
hunt, to soma ts Springfield sad testify
at the inquest.
Had It beta decided to mam this effort
tha conttauaaee of the Inquest until to
day would have been necessary, but tha
Jurors decided tha additional testimony
would make the reaching of a verdict an
easier said agreed to take Da further
' George Pflug and Amos Xelda swore
they cautloaed Brlggs and Chase. Kelde
quoted Chase as saying, "To ball with
them; we knew eur business."
Jaiaiesoa and Attorney Chase brought
out la cross-examination that Pflug did
not know whether Cases used the ward
"hell" or "tneas.t Hs said another
voice from the rig la reply ta the cau
tion said that did not make any differ
ence, they wars going ta get them.
John Whetstone of Spriagfleld said he
heard Bridge and Chase cautioned to pro
tect Blunt. Brlggs waved his gun and
said. "Come an. we'll get them." Whet
stone was in a rig with James L. Russell
of Springflete. , . '
' What Witnesses Saw.
Statements of witnesses aa te the actual
firing dlfrersS so greatly that they wars
praetlcaty ; ntehalagtess gad hardly S
witness would be sere of his statements.
Hers la what they aaid: .
Harry Glover bell ires first shot was
find by Brlggs: believes the convicts re
turned the second tolloy of the posse.
George Pflug believes Sheriff Hyers
fired Qrat shot; convicts replying with a
-volley and Brlggs and Chase-Airing.
John Whetstone saw a man he thlaks
T as 'Brlggs get out of buggy,-nm te side
of read and fire first shut. Convicts
then opened fire, '
Waller" OrisoaTL Sprtnsfield, believes
Erlgjra flrsd first shot; did not see .shots
fired from any persons, but eoavlett and
occupants ot Srtggs-Chass rig.
Denver Carpenter, farmer, oeHeves eoa-
vlcts opened Ore. Saw Hyera fire several
lie- Believes Brlggs tired first shot '
Andrew IX Clark believes some one
duuide' of the Brlggs rig fired first shot,
hut deesat a row who.
John Phelps, a relative bv marriage of
Roy Blunt, believes Brlggs fired first
chat. Blunt foil st first volley from posse.
Ts portfire first shot was from Brlggs or
Chase, bat docs Wot know If Erst shot
waa i- ens that hit Blunt. .
Charles Rosa, who drove for Brlggs,
Chnss and Traatun said Brlggs Bred first
.'ansa L.- Bitstell believes Brlggs Cred
the flm stsst.
"First she." as ased by these wltni
Xrman the first shot front the
J.'eee would say whether the poses or the
cartels first opened fire. None would
far whethsr the first diot waa the ens
:l:st killed Kant ' '
Thomas i. Wright of Springfield said
he asbed Morler whe killed Blunt and
was told he waa allied by the Srst shot
from tee pease.
Cent Oetalea Cited.
V.-eai Ice last witness had been exam
ined rtiriek asd Bagley effersel In ctI
ree tha Kebrnska supreme court's enla
!mi la the apjesl of Jha l'ord-Botliscaild
mtiier rase of Valentine. which the
ocrtcilon of ford tor si anila lighter was
sustained, even though it was shown that
he had as intention of kilting Rothschild.
The lower oourt was affirmed oa the
ground that Ford killed the man acci
dentally while committing aa unlawful
act. six, making aa assault with a gun.
The obvious Intent of the Blunt tamily'a
counsel was to give the Jury possible
ground for recommending punishment of
the officer who shot Blunt.
While Bagley was reading this rase the
Aldrich letter was brought la ty Henry
Feigenbaum of Springfield, a brother ot
the governor's secretary. Over objec
tions ot Patrick and Bagley it waa read
in oratorical style by County, Attorney
J amies en. . . -
Former Senator E. J. Burkett was present.-representing
Sheriff Hyera, but took
no part In the proceedings.
. Ceveraer Wrttee a Letter.
The following ta the text ot the letter
from -i Governor Aldrlch received by
. LINCOLN, Neb., March tt.-R. B. Arm
strong, Coroner, and Citlsens Attending
Inquest. Springfield. Neb.: Permit- me
as governor ot the state of Nebraska to
call your attention te the fact that It is
oi me utmost importance in an investi
gation of this kind that the proceedtnga
should be conducted in an orderly, calm.
Impartial and Judicial spirit.
Let no excitement or prejudice In sny
way influence the Jury in thia Investiss-
tion. On this occasion the name of the
stste of Nebraska is at stake, and let us
see to It as 01 tl sens that nothing occurs
hero to n any war renect upon tne gooa
cltlsenshlp of Bsrpy coun.-y and the stste
or Meorasta. rtememoer. in mis mat
ter that two wrongs never make a
right and two extremes never solve a
woblem. It will avail no one snything
to proceed with undue haste or aivlvu
at a conclusion based upon prejudice, pas
sion and reeling.
Remember, also, m this mstter mat
thcae officers were in pursuit of desper
ate men mere human devils, as It were
sna tnst :n tne pursuit ana capture- or
these desperadoes tne orcieers too taeir
own lives in , their hands and courase
eusly performed their duty, and If what
may seem to be an unnecessary taking
of life occurred, remember that It ' waa
In no sol r It of violation of law. but
rather vhatovsr unfortunste Incident oc
curred In this desoerste pursuit alter
desperate men was accidental.
I say to you who may be essembred on
this occasion to calmly and Justifiably
await careful Investtgstlon of the faota.
It win serve no aood nurnoee either to
this community or to the bereaved rele
tlves that auy untoward act may occur.
When this situation la appreciated, I am
sure thst the good people of this com
munity and tha bereaved friends will
counsel moderation In all particulars. Any
violation ot taw ana act oi lewiessneas
will be a stsln upon ths name ot our
fair stste. and will not In any way com-
Kisate tor the violations ot law that
vo alreedy- taken place.
I submit these few lines te the people.
assembled' on the occasion ot the coro
aer'a investigation in a spirit of profound
sympathy for bereaved trlenda and rela
tives and tor the purpose of calling your
attention to tha necessity of being caiin
and orderly. .
Tsis coroner s jury enonia receive -
ilnr In mv ludament. In a room by
Itself and call witnesses aa they see tit
to. I have been Informed that It Is ths
purpose of ths coroner to hold this In
aueat la the onera house so thst ths
crowds may be accommodated. Gentle
men, this is a serious snd grievous mis
take. You stsrt in, by this proceeding. In
ths term of an entertainment. It msrs
ths solemnity snd dignity of ths occasion.
Entertainment or satisfaction ot curi
osity seeks Is not ths slm or select
In this matter. This Investtgstlon should
he eondncted bv tne members ot tne
coroner's Jury with the sssistancs of the
county Attorney and tne coroner, in -seen
a manner that a witness would not feel
the embarrassment of curious eyes. In
thfs wsy a witness could and would be
more liable to tell the plain truth, free
from the scorn and criticism of Idle curi
osity seekers. By hsvlng this Jury, with
the county sttomey ana tne coroner in
room oy Iteeir in toe presence or a
wiiHeea who la ai virta testimony, then
dignified and orderly procedure could
be carried out.
But te have the oroceeding in an opera
house savors of a show or an entertaln
ftni f nm vallow aewanaoera of tne
country would seise upon It aa something
to color up la glaring neeaiines. ,
with every confidence in tne integrity
and fairness et the coroner's; Inquest of
tne people ox tnia nramj, .a Buuiim tv
you, without further remsrn, tne con
sideration of this Important matter.
Yours respectfully. .'
Crik.sTErl tl. ALunii-n,
- Governor Taken te Task.
Conaideraele resentment of ths action
ot ths governor la sending a letter to
the 'coroner te be Teed at tbe Inquest
fresly voiced, and thla sentiment,
Inter developed Into a supplement to the'
verdict. given put by tbe foreman of the
Jury this fmornlng; Taking the) governor
severely to task for his action. Thla sup-
pleresnt, which la In the nature of a'
statement "Ts the Public" and signed
by the Jurymen, Is as follows:
6PRINOFIELD. Nsb- March Sk 1111-
To the Public: Tbe members of the cor
oner's Jury which heard and deliberated
on the evidence presented st the Inquest
held over - the- body or Roy Blunt, tne
young man whose misfortune It wss to
become a victim of the tragedy enacted
near this Milage March la. when be lost
his life as the result of wsnton snd In
discriminate shooting by officers ot ths
law, who sought to attain their object
regardless ef the tact that they knew aa
innocent Ufa was In Jeopardy, wish to re
sent the interference of the governor ot
Nebraska, in sending S letter tft 'The
Coroner snd Citlsens of Springfield." In
dicating their Inability to and lack of In
telligence In handling a matter ot tola
Taking aa an excuse whet he terms
"yellow Journalism" for this unmerited
interference, he seriously refleots en the
cltlsenshlp of ths people and their Inabil
ity to uphold the digr
letter was evidently
te Influenetng the Jury, despite his
sertlon thst It should "Let no excite
ment er prejudice In any way tnfleenee
the Jury in this Investigation," we feel,
therefore, that we should taks this step
as taSLUt ma action ot ear enter executive
In taking a hand In a matter which our
ewa people were welt able. to care tor
themselves. . ' "
The Inquest wss held In aa opera house
because all our people, as citlsens. were
entitled to hear the evidence. It waa car
ried out in a most orderly manner, with
absolutely no ahow or attempt to make
it a 'staged affair." and consider the
aspersions contained In the governor's
letter as stain on the record ef a peace
loving and law observing community.
Woman Hires Man to .
Thrash Husband and
Gets Money's Worth
SEATTLE. Wash.. March' "Wanted
A man to thrash a wife-beater. Ten
dollars reaard. Easy work. Mrs. ' R. B.
Gillies, 11 Nob Hill avenue,"
This advertisement appeared kera yes
terday and eight men applied for the Job.
The second, a husky youth, said It would
be a pleasure to do the work for K. Mrs.
Gillies engaged him at- once and gave him
Instructions. f ' '
When Robert Bent Glides, aged SS, for
merly a water front broker, returned
home late In the afternoon, Mrs..Qlinee
and the youth weri watting tor him
Mrs. Gillies, telling the story today, said
her young man's work wss so excellent
that she compelled htm to take the full
The couple have been married ten years
Mrs. Gillies had complained to the mayor,
chief ot police and prosecuting attorney
without satisfactory results, she said.
Ilgnlty ef tbe law.- HIS
sntten witn a View
' Women rho wear children gnd rt
mala Bealtar ara taoM who prepare
tbatr ajitemi la advance) of tabra
L-L..s TiThT tJnlesa the mother alas
but always from behind Urtggs I . , . ,. .
. nauirej lb -iia prvrusiuu ewa w
finds her svgtem unequal to ths
aaaada aiade Open It,' and shs Is eftea
left vita weakened health or chronic
ailments. No remedr is so truly a
help to astors as Mother's Friend,
sad BO expectant mother sBouid fall
to use ft It relieves tbo pels asd
discomfort caused by the strata oa
the ligaments, makes pliant sad elas
tic those fibres and muscles which
nature It expanding, prevents nnma
ttess of limbs, and soothes the btna&v
swUoa ot breast (lands. The system
being thng prepared ly Mother's
friend dispels the fear that the crisis
mar not be safely mef Mother's
Friend assures a speedy asd complete
recovery for the another, and the Is
left a healthy woman to enjoy the
reertns; ot her
hook for expect- -
sat mothers which crmtaJna much (
valuable InibrmaUon, and nva&y aug-
HaHnM of a nalnfnl tiatnre.' " 1
UAOFTOJ) BZCOUTQi CO, Aetata, 6s,
Mink League Gets
Ready for Season
AUBURN". Neb.. March J.-SpeclsJ Tel
egram.) The organisation of the Mink
league waa effected hers this evening.
The towns represented are Auburn, Ne
braska City. Humboldt, Hiawatha and
The towns were represented as follows!
N. M. Barnss, Beatrice; F. S. Cleveland.
E. K. Bradley and Edwin Zlmmer. Ne
braska City; W. W. Balthrop, K. F.
Roaenbaum and Dr. C A. Momsy, Hia
watha: Lou Sechrlst, Humboldt; Tony
Vanderhill and Grant Wlndell of Fslla
City; Warren Cummlngs. J. Kraangar
and Lafe Hlgglna of Auburn.
Tbe officers of the new organisation
are as follows: Warren Cummlngs. Au
burn, president and secrgtsry; Dr. C. A.
Momey, Hiawatha, vice president, and
John H. Morehead. Falls City, treasures.
There will be US games played this
flea son. commencing May and closing
September t The committee ea schedule
Is Dr. J. H. Brash of Beatrice.) Dr. C.
A. Momey ot Hiawatha, Tony VendsrhlU
ot Falls City and Edwin Zi miner ef Ne
The Shenandoah team waa transferred
to Beatrice and ths Cisrtnda team to
It was an enthuelaatlo meeting thst
marked the organisation of tha new
league. Ths old towns that were la ths
league the last, year had nsw "pep," snd
plenty of It. and ths new towns were full
of It. snd there ts no question but thst
ths nsw Mink league will be ths envy of
ths state this ysar.
TJUTS LEADJS GROWING
President Far Mead of Combined
BSTXONGES THAK Dl 1908
Number ef Deleaatea Pledged
Iaatrnrted , far Him Kseeeds
Farmer Record at Thla
PAUL MORTON ESTATE WORTH
CLOSE TO MILLION AND HALF
NEW YORK, March 10. The transfer
tax appraisal of the estate ot Paul
Morton, who waa president ef the Equit
able Life Assurance society at the Oms
of bis death last ysar, was filed today,
showing thst - ths gross value of the
estate waa ti.45,tt. Mrs. Charlotte M.
Morton, widow of Mr. Morton, receives
U.1M.4H or practically the entire estate,
by his will, made In IMS. -
Drewaeel In Ra
DBS MOINES. March IS. -J. P. Stanton,
I years old, of Valley Junction,. liL,
while sitting on the bank of ths Raccoon
river today, fell asleep and tumbled Into
the water and waa drowned. Hs formerly
lived In Cleveland. O.
(From a Staff Correeoondent.)
WASHINGTON. March -(8pecIel
t.iwnn.l-011 the h day of March.
nog, Wlllism Hewprd Tart had 1 dele
gates to the republican national conven
tion at Chicago. Instructed for or pledged
to his candidacy for president. The com
ki.i nnnaaitlan. ' Including all unla-
tructsd delegates, meet of whom voted
for him at Chicago, bad eighty-two votes
t thirty-four delegates were contesiea.
' Today Mr. Tart baa tit delegates te the
renubllrsn national convention at Chi
cago, either instructed for, or pledged te
.. raiuiktamr tor re nomination ror a
second term, while the combined opposi
tion. Including all unlnstructed delegates
not pledged, hss only forty-twe votes and
there are only twelve contest ea e
In MM Mr. Taft received At votes en
the first ballot la the Chicago convention.
The Indications now are that be 111
greatly exceed thla number In Jane.
ROOSEVELT VOTE 1H COLORADO
Denver Paper Analyses It In Llasat
ef Celenel'e atafessewt.
. The Denver Times ot Tnursasy, under
caption of "Bold. Malicious Falsehood
Uttered by Roosevelt In Explaining De
feat m Denver." prints the following:
Theodore Roosevelt, undisputed kfng
of the Ananias dub. Is at It again. la a
speech delivered In Chicago yesterday,
la which he attempts to explain sway bis
defeats In different states, be says:
"'In Colorado, outside ef Denver, la
spite ot every species of attempted trick
ery and foul play, we carried a majority
of the delegates, but we were beaten by
the most outrageous gsethods la Denver
itself by ths Guggenheim-Evans ma
chine.' "In gentle language, this is a misstate
ment of fact In Bxraasveltlan language
It ts 's bold and malicious falsehood.'
"Of tbe SB delegates at the recent eoa
ventloa at Colorado Springs, Roosevelt
controlled less thsa one-third. If ths
Denver delegation had bee excluded
from tha convention President Taft
would stilt have won by more than a
I-to-l vols. It Denver bed voted solidly
tor Roosevelt Instead of for Taft, ths
president would still have con trolled ths
convention with mors than Ms votes Ui
"Oa the final test vote the convention
stood ess for Tstt and SM for Roosevelt.
If the Denver delegation had not voted
ths vols would havs stood Taft HS and
Roosevelt SM. If ths Denver delegation
had voted Its solid U) for Roosevelt. In
stead of for Taft. ths rots would havs
stood Tstt a and Roosevelt SM,
"How m the face of this showing an ex
areeidsat of ths United States can sued
before an audience and say that It wss
amy the Denver delegation that defeated
him and that be controlled the stste out
side at Denver, Is a matter that requires
Final Order is Ont 4
For All Dance Halls
License Inspector Schneider has Issued
en ultimatum to the proprietors ot eases
hslls. But seven have taksn out licensee.
There are thirty dance belle, to sheet
twenty-three are affected by the order,
which Is that ail found apsa tonight will
be closed, the proprietors arrsstsd and
charged with ' violating the city or
The Show-Car Tire
n One-third, of all can at the 55 Show held thla
year we're' equipped with Good rear tires. ' .
More cart were shown on Goodjrear tire than
on any other two makes combined.
.'' That's on show cart, remember on cars with
their best equipment.
1 And 127 leading makers of cars hare contracted
for these tires for their 1912 models. '
. . .' . .... .;.!-...' -
Out-of-Date Tires 4 ,
, Tires that rim-cut are distinct- Just because this vast army el
' ly out-pf-date. ! .wrt. found what you' seek in
' So are tire jSsl rated size. ,
, Too msny, blow-outs" result front "' " .' - "
' overloading. - -..'- ' ' ' 5v One Halt "- -
. No-Rira-Cut tirct rrlske rim- . Ko-Rim-Cut tires tnoT rim-cut-'
cutting impossibfe. They are 10 tins; forever. ' And statistics
per cent oversize, j show that rim-cutting- jjccnrj afl
: And these patent tires 'sow " per cent of the old type tires.
cost no more than other stand
" Any motor car owner, when
. he knows the facta, will adopt
' Ko-Riro-Cut tires,
Over one million Goodyear
I tires have been used oa some
-80,000 cars. , s
i As a result these tires sow oat
. - sell any other
tire ia exist
,:ence . Tbe demand
in two years hag
, multiplied six
times over. It
bag -trebled In
.the past year
10 per cent oversize, oa the
average car, adds 3& per cent
to the tire mileage.
These two features together,
under average conditions, cat
tire bills in two. Yet No-Rira-Cut
tire now cost no mors
than other standard tires.
Ask those who know.' There
are many around you. Ask taeir
experience with No-Rim-Cut
tires. - -
Wits er Wkta Noa-Skid Trees
Oar 1912 Twe
Book, has si eat
lSysars at tire
Ask as te
h ts yen.
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to own a car that will fill your every
requirement, and at the least possible
cost, we offer you this 5-passenger
'Stoddard-Dayton 28 "bp. "Savoy."
Don't wajte.money on a car with
more power than you can possibly
make use of. Don't buy a car with
more room than you need. This
Stoddard-Dayton "Savoy" will hold
5 people with absolute ease. . Its
motor has power to take, you almost '
anywhere you want to goi Its wheel- ;
base of 112 inches assures easy riding.
Its 33x4 tires also means comfort.
Quick detachable rims, magneto. ,'.
mohair top and boot, nickel-plated
trimmings, robe-rail, foot-rest, gas
tank, five lamps, horn and all are
included. Come in and ask us to
show you this great big economical
car which sells for only $1450." ;
J.J. DERIGHT CO., Distributors
1818 Famam Street, Omaha - ' -
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