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DEMOCRATS GIVE IIP CASH
; Treasurer Wells of National Com
P mittee Files His Report.
I STATEMENT MADE UNDER OATH
v(m Money rt l Iowa, Ne
i; ftraak aa Other Weetera States
' In Organlilng the Campaign
V:' - for Wtlaon.
I'!; WASHINGTON, Oct 25.-Contrlbu-ttions
to the presidential campaign fund
"Of the democratic party this year totalled
SS7S.3M. according to tha sworn statement
et Treasurer Rolle C. Wells of St Louis,
j filed with the chief clerk of the house
'of representatives today. Expenditures
aggregated 1562,818.21, including $130,000
sent to Chicago from the headquarters
at. New York. There are outstanding
obligations of 186,149.
All told 63.303 contributions were re
I jelved by Wells and of these 53,246 were
for amounts of 1100, or less. Governor
Wilson, the nominee, gave 1000.
Herman Rldder of New York appears
' . the largest single contributor, with
13.825. Judge J. W. Gerard, of New
-York gave the next largest sum, 313,000.
Charles R, Crane of Chicago and Jacob
I H. ScWtf of New York each contributed
f tlO.OOOt In two payments of $6,000 each.
Samuel Untermyer of ,New Tork gave
cuse being that he was trying .to collect
money on the forged check. Gogerty is
a candidate for re-election on the demo
ARM OF GREECE ,
TAKES POSSESSION A
- OF TOWN OF SERYIA
(Continued from Page One.)
advance of the Montenegrin troops
against the town of Ipek, on the left
General Vukotltch's troops have since
advanced to the town of SlenlUa in the
district of Novipasar, whence they have
approached within five miles of the
Servian troops coming fnm the other
direction to Join them.
Turkish Jarr!on (uptured.
LONDON, Oct. 14.-A three days' bat
tle and a Bulgarian turning movement
has resulted, according to Sofia accounts,
in the fall of Klrk-Kllisseh and the cap
ture of the TurklBh garrison, numbering
0,000. That so many Turks have been
taken is regarded as Improbable and the
more llktly report is that the Turks re
treated in the direction ot Bunarhlssar,
to the southeast. .
The capture of this stronghold, to which
the Turks attached almost the same im.
portance as to Adrlanople, was .con
firmed tonight from Constantinople in
t tlO.000. as did Frederick C. Penfleld of an official communication eUlalnlns- that
1 German towri, Henry Goldman ana :th TurklBh army at Klrk-Kllisseh in at-
Henrjf Morgaathal, of New.Yorkv f v i (tempting to (split the enemy's' forces, dis.'
Among , those whoiftontriquted
ere Cleveland H. uoage, new iotk;
JRolla C. Wells, St. Louis, treasurer of
the committee; Thomas B. Lockwood,
Jluffalo Hugh Wallaoe, Tacoma, Wash,;
fcharles R, Smith, Menasha. Wis.: C. A.
Spreckels, New York; J. C. C. Mayo,
'alnUvllle, Ky.; 8enator Watson, West
Virginia; Roger C. Sullivan, Chicago;
Nathan Straus, New York, and former
Senator Clark, Montana.
l&.OW iflAvared.thSt thai Wr In vreVtar atranrth
than had been expected. The Turks
therefore retired to the south to await
AdrtMaople In Dancer.
Tha news of the Bulgarian victory has
caused great rejoicing in Sofia, where it
is expected the fall of Adrlanople will
soon follow. -If, as is generally assumed,
William Mltte of Bennington visited his
parents here Sunday.
Mrs. John Appleby of Benson visited
Mrs. McOrew Friday night
William Schmidt returned from Canada
Friday to spend the winter here.
. Grandma Goodhard, who has been ill
several weeks, is not much Improved.
John Mangold and family visited Sun'
day with Mrs. Mangold's sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fate and Miss Anna
Leach attended tha teachers' meeting
In Omaha Saturday.
Emmet Fallon and family' visited Sun
day with Mrs. Fallon's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. August Blerbach.
Chris Steen of Millard, an old resident
of this place, died Wednesday. Burial
was In prospect Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Nloholas Rlecken was called to
Bennington Monday on account of the ill
ness of her daughter, Mrs. Uleee.
Mrs. McGrew. Mrs. Julius Schmidt,
Mrs. Mollle Quinn and Mrs. B. B. Bald
win went to Omaha Tuesday.
Mrs, J. M. Brunner entertained the C. C.
club Thursday. Mrs. Emma Nolte won
first prise. A nice two-course lunch was
Howard H. Baldrlge and other republi
can candidates spoke" to a good-sized
audience Wednesday evening at Albert
sen's hail,' . ( '
Mrs. F. Baumgardner went to Omaha
Tuesday to bring her daughter, Helen,
home. She visited with an aunt there
Charles Wltte received an express ship
ment of fresh salmon from James WalBh
from British Columbia, Mr. and Mrs.
Walsh being there on a fishing trip.
Valley. , v
Mrs. Funkhauser, who (has been sick
( Abdullah Pasha Is still engaged In bring'
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2 Other contributors were: David M. Hy ; ""' v l " '"7 J 1 " 7 "7 luw- .
nununnr x nuay ana SDent the wnnh.
4n Vnrlr irMOt Mrs. N. JfcCor
'4nlok Blaine. fl.OOO; Senator O'Gorman. "" .T""' lluuon ..w'11 wve'P I end with Mrs. CecU Moore.
iNew Tork, $1,000; William Church Os. ! ,nou'fl ' uras oe compeuea to evacu. , Mr. Covington of Decatur, la., visited
.on:WChS( T. TZ . f-tica. twenty-n v. m.le. south of
Murphy of Chicago. Who recently at- i Adr'nP . M Important strategic point j a dentist's office. Mrs Byars, Dorothy
tended Colonel Theodore Roosevelt in I on ' ths rAd t0 Constantinople. M L""- bw I.
'Ah. m. ' i(Wi ' ' in other, directions both the Servians -:;""'""'"-
Sthat city, $100, 4 , , : .-.: . . ,.. ,.,. , Mrs. John Hall and Mrs. B.
The statement shows that the chief- . " " . 7 i Th
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hand rubbed and polished. Large
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It is made to match dresser and la
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LADIES' PARLOR DESK, made of flne
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golden pak and highly' polished. 'The
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drawer, below. A desk .
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state senator, was looking after campaign city and Max Griffin of Alexandria." Mr
Interests in this vicinity Tuesday. an(j jri Griffin removed to this county
A. J Spearman, ex-sheriff, left ednes- in is Mr8 Grlffln wa8 an active worker
day lor Jtsenneu county, oumu
where he recently filed on a homestead.
The Fapi'i' kmio ot- ihe- Ancent uiWi
of the United Workmen will give its an
nual dance at the Opera house faaturday
night. .'..- . t.
J. W. Simpson, grand chancellor for the
Knights o- ."- Winside. Neb.,
was here Monday night to attend the
meeting of tbe local lodge,
ftems of expenditures were for printing,
postage, newspaper advtrelslng, salaries
Jsnd traveling expenses of speakers and
th presidential nominee. 8om money
"was spent for organisation work in Iowa,
'Nebraska and Main. -4
The republican statement of contribu
-Jions will be filed tomorrow, the last
jday under the law. The progressive party
'filed its statement yesterday, showliuj
have captured the town and the Turks
claiming they have, repulsed the enemy.
Late reports indicate that heavy fight
ing is still proceeding In this district
The Greeks are operating from Arts,
towards Janlna, Metcheck and the neigh
borhood ot Orlmbovo.
Defeat I for Tarka.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 21-A Turk-
Contributions of J304.2M, expenditures of W ,MX''it ' Tundja, In the Klrk--oo,,,,
A f(..,n. w(0.0.)KlUeh dlstrlcV , now admitted here.
ii n An attempt la made, however, to mini-
Dynamite Cooker ,
1 Given Six Months
X ABERDEEN, S. D., Oct ffi.-8peclal)-"famea
McAleer, the man who ,was ar
vtested at Webster the other day after
Jbe had purchased a quantity of dyna
mite at a hardware store here, ajid who
'"acknowledged he intended to "cook" the
".dynamite and get nitroglycerin from it
with which to Tob several postofflces In
smallt towns In northern South Dakota,
..was given six months In the Day county
JeM yesterday by Judge C. C. Carpenter
of Lemmon, who was sitting for Judge
McNulty of Aberdeen. McAleer's two
'companions were turned loose for lack of
Poatof flee Inspector Collier was present
at the hearing, and McAleer stated there
was a "fence" in Aberdeen that pur
' chasd postage stamps and other loot
socured by yeggmen in their raids on
rrmntry postofflces, banks and stores,
'lid suggested that for the proper con
I'f'ei'Ptlon he would "peach" on the fence.
-V tframatle feature, of the case was
t ": ct that McAleer and Judge Carpen
'if (.) schoolmates in their younger
i MrMeer Is said to belong to a re
i. fnmily, but fell Into wild com
- - f his touth.
. rc$ FILED AGAINST '
'HAN COUNTY ATTORNEY
; f?HERIDAN. Wyo., v Oct. .-(Special
3 lt frrnm'r-)Proceedings were today, In
't't tpl by 8. P. Cadle, a 'member of the
"fher:dan county bar, to remove D, I
, O-geriy. county and prosecuting attorney,
("from office, Gogerty is charged with "pal
'pable neglect of duty" and violation of
te statutes, the 'specif Ic complaint being
, that he arrested and held S. 1 Rlshor,
i alleged forger, without an Information.
rl;!" ..as..arrtl August M, Sit with
out iranxnt Iiiformstion was not filed
nt:i j'fcstei uay, the county attorney's ex-
mice its Importance by representing it
. an unsuccessful Turkish offensive
movement, which owed its failure to the
detachment, having encountered the
main body; of the Bulgarian army.
Tha Bulgarians apparently left a cov
ering force In front ot "Adrlanople and,
attempted to work to the rear to menace
tbe communications with Constantinople.
An advance Turkish column, commanded
by Mabmoud Mukhtar Pasha, son ot the
grand vlaler, attempted a surprise at
tack, but as the enemy was infinitely
superior In strength the attack was not
pushed home and the Turkish .troops
retired in good 01 "er to positions fur
ther south. ' 1
It is not clear where the next Bul
garian attack will be delivered, but the
next two days should t witness a de
There is much elation here at what Is
describtd as a splendid victory over the
Servians at Kumanova. Officials of the
war office went so far tonight aa to ex
press the opinion that the Servians need
no longer be reckoned- with.
Tarka Claim a Victory.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. K-The
Servian army operating near Kumanova
has been defeated by the Turkish troops
defending that town.
"""V" 1"Maa Tner t"y wn 'T"v., Tv 7 .n interesting
mei oy nr. nan or itnaca, Neb., w th resuyiw " with Mrs
his automobile Ther will aoend a few session last .Friday .aitoTWoa, with Mrs.
days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Hall, i William NesWt as .
JSr. and Mrs. Isaao Noyes and Miss I Fred Schrawger ran his .big a tractor
Prlscllla Noyes came out from Omaha through a brWge Uwt Frt day ev erang .on
Satarday to attend the Whltmore-Web- fortunately no oA wa Cenrfne.
.1.1. m,.AM.Mr m.. t-i.Iiii I littla damasre was done to the erujino.
are spendiiui the week with tha former's i The Eastern Star crer ba a. spe
cial meeung asi "n """W
i memoaiat a.t)ir- -1 -.. , -
copal church gave a
Mrs. Hiram Miller ws up frorn Blah
Wednesday calling on Tekamah friends.
Mr and Mrs. John Nesblt entertained
a few friends to a 7 o'clock dinner last
Frldiiy evening. . ..
Mr nnd Mrs. E. F. Stsson spent Sun
day at Craig voting with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Charles Cram.
The Woman's Missionary society "
on the Fairbury Woman's club and this
body attended her funeral
Mrs. Gertrude Denmead.
MARSHALLTOWN, la., Oct. 25.-(Spe-clal.)
Mrs. Gertrude Denmead, widow of
D. T. Denmead, late president of the
First National and First Trust and Sav
ings banks of this city, who was stricken
with apoplexy Tuesday afternoon while
at a bridge party, died today at the home
of her hostess, Miss Ida Dugan. Mrs.
Denmead leaves a fortune of more than
$500,000 to her three sons, James L. Den
mead, cashjer, and Harry K. Denmead,
auditor ot the First National .bank, and
Dwight H. Denmead of this. city. ,
Humphrey Dor Hort by Auto.
HUMPHREY, Neb., Oct 25.-(8peclal.-Irwlr.
Lewis, the 12-year-old son of Rob
ert Lewis of Humphrey, was struck by
an automobile driven by Dr. Mets today
and his leg broken Just below the knee.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertiing.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Oct. 25.-(Spe-clal.)
Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Hungerford,
parents of Mrs. J. V. Anderson, yeatesjday
celebrated their sixty-sixth wedding anni
versary and received the congratulations
of many friends at 422 East Eleventh
street. The event was celebrated with a
dinner party which was participated In
by only the relative
father and mother.
t,. m.mh... nr.vi. iki. which Grand Associate
jpal church gave a banouat T in "Yh. Roper of Lincoln was P-"""
Weeklv hall Tuiadav ev.nlni Ahn , Iftft of DecatUT ana nernuu. -y."
members ana guests were
ance and report a good time.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
club will be held at the home of Mrs.
John Flster Friday afternoon. Mrs. W.
H. Reed has charge of the musto and
Mrs. routs will' lead the study.
N. W. Gaines has secured a lecture
numbers, two musical and three lectures.
The teachers and pupils of the high
school sold season tickets and will re
ceive all money over expenses for the
benefit of the high school
Alexander H. Chambera.
WEST POINT. Neb., Oct. 25.-(Speclal.)
n.,.nii.r it. Chambers, a pioneer set-
course for Valley ( consisting of five tl nd a veteran of the civil war, passed !
numbers, two musical and three lectures. tler ftna 1 .. .
away at the family nome easi u. v.r.v
Point. His body was interred in the pub-
' Weeplns; Water.
W. D. Morse is visiting his sister, Mrs.
v. A. Matthews or crorton, Neb. i
F. A. Davis, who has spent the summer
in Tama, la.; has returned home for the
Henry Homan went to Omaha Tuesday
to have an oculist remove a piece of
steel from his eye,
Mrs. M. C Ladd returned home last
Tuesday from an extended visit vrltih relav
tiv.ee In Ohio. .
J. J. Walker and wife of Anoka, Neb.,
are visiting here. Mr. Walker has pur
chased the A. I. Ralston stock yards.
Mrs. J. H. Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Davis are spending the week
visiting relatives in southeastern Ne
braska.; M. Rodenbaugh, Rev. J. It. Andress
and Miss Grace, Country man attended the
conference ot Congregational churches
held in Hastings this week.
Mr. anfl Mrs. 8. F. Glrardet and Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Ambler have Issued a
i large number of Invitations to an at-
noma on Tuesday evening. October Z9, at
the home of the former. .
Rev. N. W. Rich Is attending' the gen
eral conference of the Mennonlte church
at Bethlehem. Perm. He was elected a
delegate and will Vpend some time visit
in after the conference In eastern cities.
While untoading some steel atringers
for a bridge, Paul Krelder was struck in
tha huit nver the rlirht ave bv a e.row-
In this city was the scene of a pretty bar and severely Injured. He was taken
Ootober wedding, today when their daug- to Omalia Wednesday morning for treat-
ter. Miss Delia, was united in marriage mnt- " . , .
, j t. . .t, A traction enirlne owned by Will am
to Melvln E. King of this city. Rev E Afh thro.gh a bridge north of town
B. Taft ot the Baptist church officiated recently, making a sixteen-foot drotf and
u, ,a fr. vim m mui,. v, Uklnsr dow all tne wioge. -MeKars Asn
' " -- "" o "., TTT.l... TxwJI
FAIRBURT, Neb., Oct 2S. (Special. )
The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. R Arnell
In this city.
nearer neteetlve Murdered. V.
DENVER, Colo.. Oct. 25 -The body of
Detective Jesae Btlngley of Denver was
tound early today by C. H. .Vinton, a
Icilow detective. It liad been mutilated
badly and thrown into the brush near
Utah Juhi'tlon. north of Denver. It was
supposed Stingiey was murdered by box
car thieves. ...
and Walter LoveH
escaped with slight
'Mis Ethel Adamson of Beatrice is
spending the week with her cousin, Miss
Clara Startler. '
While cranking his automobile Thurs
day noon. James T. Begley has the mis
fortune to break his wrist
James IC P. Goodtellow, candidate for
lie cemetery on Thursday with military
honors. D. 8. Crawford post of the Grand
Army of the Republic attending the
se A lces in a body. Mr. Chambers was 70
years ot age, a' native of New York, of
Scotch parentage. He enlisted at the be
ginning of the war in Company A of the
Thirty-sixth Illinois Infantry and served
with marked distinction through the con
flict. He has held many offices of honor
and trust during. Ms long residence here
and enjoyed at all times the highest
respect of the community. lie leaves a
widow and a large family of grown chil
dren. " among whom are Miss Marian
Chambers, a teacher ln.the public schools,
and Mrs. W. A. Kerl. formerly assistant
postmistress of this city.
Mra. Jacob llneffelln.
,WEST POINT. Neb.. Oct 23. (Special.)
i-Mrs. Jacob Haeffelln, wife of one ,ot
the oldest and most prominent merchants
of the city, died In Albuquerque, N. M.,
and her body was brought to the city.
and interred yesterday. Mrs. Haeffelln j
was the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. j
rvmrad Hirsehmann. pioneers - of the
County, and died while taking treatment
In New Mexico ' for lung and stomach
trouble. She was a s'ster of Christian
Hirsehmann, ' cashier of the First Na
tional bank ot this city, and" leaves her
husband and six children," two brothers,
and two sisters, her aged mother surviv
ing her. - '" " ' . "
Mrs.' Enoa J. Grtffla.
FADXBCRT, Neb., Oct. 2&.-(6peClal.)-
Mrs. Enos P. Griffin -passed away at her .
home in the east part of the City after an,
extended Illness. Mrs. Grtrfin "was born ,
In Evansvllle," Ind. 'March "14, 1848. her
- l J ... V, - rl t-Hr." TV -Th a f j
maiucu naiiiQ ucmi 4,1,0a j ,f
On December IS, 1S7R, she. was married
to Enoa P. Griffin of Salens la.,' Three
children were born to. the union includ
ing Misses Anna and Zelia Griffin of this
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