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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912.
MOOTED NOTE CASE UP AGAIN
Supreme Court Listens to Argument
ia Shallenberger Suit . ,
BOOST LOVE FOB CHAIRMAN
Frleada f Ex-I.laeala Mar or Irjt
that Hf Br I'kwa for Tkia
raallloa t the State
(From a SlaXf Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May &-Spec!al.-TlM su
preme court this morning- was listening
for the second time to the case of the
Home Savings bank of Fremont against
- A. C. Shallenberger, first and real name
unknown, appeal from the district court
of Harlan county. In both trials Shal
lenberger won in the lower court. the
bank getting a reversal in the first ap
pearance in the supreme court. The
litigation grows out of a note and mort
gage on sixty bead of cattle, given by
a man named Summers to the Shelley.
.UUG4. VtHO 1-1' 1 1 1 1 J Will WU UJ
them to the Fremont bank. The collec
tion was sent to Shallenberger, who got
the cash and the bank then sent the
mortgage and note to Alma, receiving
in return a draft on a St. Joseph bank.
When the draft arrived at St. Joseph
payment had been- stopped and suit was
brought against Shallenberger, the lower
court ' In both Instances holding with
Hiram Chase of ePnder this morning
asked the supreme court to grant a writ
of mandamus against Judge Cravens of
the Tlrurshtoo county district court, di
recting him to. vacate an order made In
litigation between Harry D. Hancock, a
Pender banker, and Amy Murphy, an
Indian. Hancock seeks to enforce a
contract of sale on land owned' by the
defendant which she has concluded she
does not aant to sell and the lower court
Issued an order as prayed by Hancock.
, A requisition on the governor of Minne
sota has been Issued for the return to
Omaha of Royal Snyder, who Is accused
of forging the name of Jerome Mage to
a check which Charles K. Courtney of
Omaha cashed. Snyder Is under arrest
In St. Paul
The concluding session of the hearing
on l.'nlon Paclflo valuation Is being had
today before the state railway commit-
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sfcm. The principal matter considered
was concerning equipment valuation.
Yalaatlea of Real Batate.
Henry Seymour, secretary of the Board
of Equalization, has sent out letters to
each of the county assessors for informa
tion as to how they are valuing real
estate as compared w'th the present tax
able valuation. Their final report will
not be in the hands of the board until
after the railroad valuat'on must be fixed
and this Information la desired to enable
the board to act Intelligently on railroad
Attorney General Grant Martin deliv
ered an address today at the slcn.c and
barbecue which the university law stu
dents had at Capital Beach. There was
large turnout of students and as the
day was an Ideal one all had a good time.
A. K. Flaliar of Washington, connected
with the federal bureau ofNklogy has
written to Game Warden Miller to obtain
a permit to collet tour settings of
prairie chicken eggs In this state, and
the permission was granted. He will try
to get them In Custer or Thomas counties
and when he does he 111 try to restock
Virginia with the great game bird, which
has become extinct in that section.
Inserted Birds Thrive.
Game Warden Miller reports that Mon
golian and Hungarian pheasants which
the department has in pens in Antelope
park in this city are laying wei lthls
spring and from three to four dosen eggs
are collected dally. These are hatched out
under tame chickens and there la every
reason to believe there will be a consider.
able number of these birds to distribute
in the fall. They will be given to com
munities which will give assurances the
birds will be protected and It la hoped In
time to have excellent sport with these
magnificent game birds.
Governor A Id rich has gone to Hastings
where he delivers an address before .the
State Association of Commercial Clubs.
All the counties In the state except
Douglas have sent In the official returns
of the primary held April 19.
- Love far Chairman.
Friends of oDn I. Love, former mayor
of (Lincoln, have started a boom for
him aa chairman of the republican state
committee. They point to the fact he
led ths ticket as a candidate for dele
gate to the national convention as proof
of his popularity with the voters and as
sert he also has every other quality of
leadership. No meeting has yet been held
of the delegates-elect and it is not cer
tain any will be prior to starting for
Chicago. Headquarters has been ar
ranged for, however, at tha LaSalle hotel.
W. J. Bryan. 1 nthe Commoner, prints
a card of thanks to tha voters of the state
who elected him a delegate to the na
tional convention. He says that "previous
engagements" kept htm out of ths state
during the closing days of the campaign,
"but you did not need me. Tou demon
strated Nebraska's light to stand in the
battle front." presumably having refer
ence to their voting for Clark while he
was In other states campaigning for
Mlsa Emma Baker. KOi West Twentieth
street, Chicago, writes to Postmaster
Slier, complaining that his office has
been dilatory in tha matter of getting her
a farmer husband whom she wrote him
some time ago to procure for- her. The
postmaster has replied thst he knows
he has been dllstory, hut In extenuation
asserts he has been busy finding a cork
leg which a man worts him he left two
years ago in a Lincoln pool hall and
which he wanted the postmaster to find.
' Doctors Dlerwaa Fevers
Microbes, bacclll and all similar things
took a look at tha hotel registers last
night and Immediately departed for the
tall timber to remain until ths members
of the Nebraska State Medical amocia
tlon complete their business snd leave
town. The time of the session today was
largely taken up with' the discussion of
typhoid fever, ths principal addreas being
delivered by Dr. Bannister of the regular
army medical corps, who took up ths
subject of serum treatment, which he
said had been absolutely demonstrated In
the army to he a preventive of the dread
disease. He recited many Instances of
Its ue( smong them at the maneuver
camp In Texas, where the soldiers were
practically Immune In spite of -the fact
the people In that section of the state
were afflicted. Others papers and dis
cussions related to methods, of preven
tion of the disease throuirnltatlon
and removal of ths causes whlcff produce
the disease. At yesterday's session the
question of the aterlllatlon of criminals
and Imbeciles was discussed and prac
tically all ths medical men present went
on record as favoring the plan. ,
Clad in' Bloomers '
to Run and Jump
LINCOLN, Neb.. , May t -(Special. -In
bloomers and "middy" blouses the co
eds of ths University of Nebraska will
engage ia the first outdoor track and
field meet ever held at the Corahnsker
school. Tha meet will be held Thursday
afternoon on Nebraska field. - The els-ana
have been excused for the afternoon for
the co-eds and the University hand will
Widespread Interest has attached to the
meet asd 4a satry .Mat is large In each
event In the thirty-yard dash there art
fifty en trie, while la the forty-yard dash
thirty-fire girls will participate. It will
be necessary to bold a number of pre
liminaries in order to aecoatodat all of
- The list of antries In the ether event!
Is nearly ss large, Ths events Include
a thirty and forty-yard dash, tb higi
jump, the distance throw, a relay rac
between the different classes and a five
inning ball game between the freshmen
and soph m pea.
SEWARD. Neb, May 7.-( Special. -D-spendent
over th loss of n.SOO. Invested
in a business deal that failed to turn
oat favorably, William Neiderschmltt, a
farmer. Hire mOes east of here, com
mitted soldo by hanging himself today.
K waa about it years old and heaves a
widow and several children. The body
wss fotud hanging In ths bsra by Mrs.
Neloerseomltt when she went out to find
what waa keeping bar husband front hot
Investigation by a paratctan Serslopea
th fact that NeMerechmrtt s death was
due to parson. On hat way to ths barn
hs swallowed th content or a bottle a
stiyctataM, wales) had bees bought to kill
gopheis. His fast were . teaching the
floor and tt waa found that be had wot
been strangled. - -
is Introduced in the
Eege Murder Case
PENDER. Neb.. May t-Special Tele
gram.) The defense In the William Flege
case today put on expert testimony. Dr.
Walter D. Haines of Chicago testified
that Dr. Me Ins of Sioux City had sent
htm a part of the stomach of Louli
Flege and Its contents and It indicated the
stomach of a healthy person and that
from the condition of the food and ths
quantity of It the person must have been
dead anywhere from two and one-half
to three hours after taking the food into
Dr. Ludwlg Heckton of Rush Medical
college of Chicago was next put on the
stand and testified that Dr. Haines had
given him a part of the stomach and
asked him to make a separate and lnde.
pendent examination. He testified that
he had dons so and also said the person
from whom it had been taken must have
lived from two and one-half to three
hours after eating the food.
Dr. Williams r o v. syne ana ur. uranam
of Dixon were again put on the, stand
and asked as to the condition of Louise
Flege st the inquest. They testified that
there was a little scratch at one place
under her clothes, but that there were
no signs that she had been assaulted. Dr.
Naffsger of Wayne, wbo waa on the
atand earlier Iq the week, aald he had
assisted at the autopsy and thst there
was no evidence that she had been as
saulted at the time of the killing.
The defense Introduced a number of
witnesses who testified ss to the repute
tlon o fthe defendant In hia neighbor.
hood. Among them were two members
of Wayne banks with whom Flege had
transacted business at different times.
At the conclusion o fthls testimony the
defense rested Its case and the state will
now take up the rebutaal.
It is thought the esse will go to the
BOARD OF SECRETARIES ,
DISAGREE OVER SCHOOLS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May .-(8pdal.) - The
board of secretaries of the elate Board
of Health ia having a streniuous time
getting together to consider the qualifi
cations of medical colleges. A meeting
was scheduled for last night, but only
Drs. Cummins and Carr appeared, th
absentees being Fall and Dodson. This
morning all were present except Fall
snd this gives rise to the rumor that
Fall Is satisfied to let It go with th re
port which he filed, and which Is adverse
to Cotner and In some respects to th
Omaha Medical college, a branch of the
state university, Drs, Carr and Cum
mins insist that no real Inspection, of
any of the schools had been such as
would convince th board whether the
schools were or were not properly
equipped. It Is also insisted that tli
board Itself la lame In that It has never
clearly defined what adequate equipment
consisted cf. In this Dr. Dodson Is In
clined to concur and as a result th three,
at the meeting this morning, went In that
Dr. Fsll was too busy with the Plate
Medical association meeting to attend.
They are taking as a basis th regulations
for equipment laid down by the Amerl
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amtnlng boards and these are being gvne
over carefully with the Idea or getting
Nebraska In harmony with other state.
ia ths matter of equipments. Thisc work
has not yet been concluded.
incident to the controversy it is said
that in addition to the differences over
the various schools of practice there Is
a well defined purpose In some quarters
to eliminate all but one medical school
In the stati ths theory advanced being
that on sclto&l. If It could have all the
students, could afford better advantages
than several smaller schools The op
ponents of this idea urge that In the
number were reduced to one the stu
dents who now attend the others would
go outside the state, with added
pens to themselves
This afternoon Dr. Cummins was at
th meeting place, hut only Dr. Carr
of hia colleagues appeared and h left.
Later Dr. Fall arrived and It was aald
no meeting would be held today. The
forenoon session not having completed
th work of deciding what should be re
quired of colleagues the question of the
standing of the various schools remains
just where It was.
FORT DODGE, Ia.. May l-tspclel.-
Rev. Oscar R. O. Farel. recently resigned
aa pastor of the First Baptist church of
this city, and for several years promi
nent In state Baptist church affaire and
associations, was married last night at
Albert Lea to Mtas May Schrador, a Fort
DixSge school teacher. They will live on
Mr. Farel's farm In northern Iowa. The
wedding was a complete surprise to the
most intimate friends of the young peo
ple. Miss Schrader taught In the local
schools up to Saturday and left Fort
Dodge only yesterday, ostensibly for her
(Continued from First Page.)
told why lis believed these resulted from
natural economic causes.
They say oil has gone up, and they
aay the stock of these constituent com
panies baa a-onft un." uM Mr. Tare. "It
is true thst ti&y have gone up, and why?
Because in the dissolution the (acts hsd
to come out. th stockholders who were
voiding stock down low had to reveal
to the public generally that It had a
great deal mora money In those compan
ies than th public had known. Sec
ondly, they say that oil has gone up.
Well, it has, and crude oil has gone up
too. 'and why? Because under the stan
dard oil company as It was, they could
control the purchase of crude oil and
they kept crude oil down. I know what
am talking about, because I had to
approve contract down in th Indian
territory with respect to oil. The pries
went down, depressed by the Standard
oil. so that we did not know what to do
with those Indian lands. Now because
competition has com about and people
are bidding for that oil, crude oil ha
gon up, and the price of oil generally
has gone up. But you cannot ret every
thing. If you have a trust you may have
cheapness but you will havs absolute
control: but If you do not have a trust
you will have competition, sometimes
you will have cheapness snd sometimes
It will be high. I would rather have oom.
petition and have It high and low In
stead of being In the hsnds and control
and grip of a soulless monopoly.
Barley Tabaeos Hla-her.
' "Then about ths tobacco business. They
aay that a decree Is a shsm. Well what
rhyme and metre. .
Or write an original Post Tosties
Jing e of not less than 4 lines, any line
of which must contain "Post Toasties"
As many Jingles may be submitted as de
It's pleasant recreation and we all get
some good from it, besides it may result in
' your joining the army of users of
Is the effect of It? Don't you remember
that In Kentucky they had night riders
and they tore up tobacco plants. They
killed peuple and they drove tlwni off of
their farms in order to reduce tUe Mipp'y
of burky tobacco, bevau- th.y cou'.d
not get any price for it. and that waa be
cause the tobacco trust went in there
and bought want they wanted and pa'il
the price they wanted. Now, what Is the
result of the tobacco decree? Why bur
ley tobacco has gone up under the com
petitions that have come In there by
the various companies In which this
tobacco trust has been divided. Burley
tobacco has never been so high. You, talk
to th Kentucky farmer and ask whether
they do not approve the decree In the
Answering the Roosevelt charge of
Tatt alliance with bosses, th president
criticised hia predecessor tor attmpting
to inject Into a national campaign ques
tions which properly concern the Mates
and with which a president has no dt
-Mr. Roosevelt said I was not only In
favor of an aristocracy and obligarchy.
but he said I waa In favor of an oligarchy
of bosses, that I approved that kind o(
government and that made the Issue, th
people against the bosses and that all
the bosses were for me. and they were
all opposed to Mm. and that la what he
says today," asserted Mr. TV ft. "That
la the Issue. If he la elected there won t
be a boa In the country, and If he la not.
they win Juat own me at Washington
and run the government. Well, I am not
in favor of th machine politic. They
are abusea of our government. We have
to have organisation. Wa cannot very
well get along without those, but t am
just aa much opposed to bosses. In the
sense that Mr. Roosevelt wishes to us
that term, aa he Is.
Haosevelt asd the oseee.
'Now there must he a good deal of
vagueness and misunderstanding about
thla business of bosses. The president
has very little to do with the establish
ment of a boss or hi dlsenthronement.
He takes at Washington th congressman
snd senators that are sent there by th
people and It Is the people who are to
dlsenthrone th boss, th president has
no power to refuse to recognise them
when they com with th mandate of the
people. Now, It la to Inject something
Into a national campaign that does not
exist, and to give the Impression that th
president can with a wave of hia hand
abolish all bosses It la not for him to
put Ms nos Into stats politics and tak
up all his energy which ought to be -voted
to national politics, In reforming
each local community. Th people must
do that themselves. I am not criticising,
but I would Ilka to know how many
bodies of dead bosses were strewn along
th path of Theodore Roosevelt when he
was seven years president of the I'nlted
Btaiea. i oon t criticise mm ior tnai,
It waa not within hi function to go about
with a sword cutting off th heads of
drsgons Ilk that. What he did, and
what he has defended himself time and
time again for doing, was to use those
men to set good legislation and good
government. If he oould. 1 have not don
any differently In that respect, and I
don't promts you If I am ieoted that
all th bosses will dl. I have recom
mended something that will assist In
ndlng th abus of that system, but 1
havs not heard any approval from any-
boay that waa so loud that I could hear
It. That is, I have recommended that all
those officers which are now treat id as
political offices, be put In th classified
civil service and that th congressmen
and the president be relieved from their
appointment. I hav don that with
three congresses, but I havs not heard
any Macedonian call cither from Mr.
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In discussing the recall Mr. Taf t ap
pealed to the negro voters to think over
what hilgnt become at them If the recall
of decisions became permissible. .
"Every constitutional guaranty that
proctert you and me and my colored
friends, every constitutional guaranty
that you rely on In the thirteenth and
fourteenth and fifteenth amendment,"
he said, "would be subject to an election
to decide whether the court was right in
a particular law and In a particular case.
What does that amount to gentlemen? it
amounts to writing the restrictions of
your constitution In water."
Mr. Tatt gave a long list of legislation
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