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JlIE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1912.
SPRAGUE MAR IS LET OUT
Allows Case for Bcsisting Officer Qo
ntil Costs Bun High.
GOVERNOR WILL PARDON HIM
IVIends liaise Ilnnitreil Dollars for
lllru, Which Wilt lie Accepted
In Hen of HIk Sunt (hat
From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec. 22-(flpolQl.)-OoV6r.
nor Aldrleh will beRln Christmas week
with i pardon for Jack liuotlgenboch of
Bprague. who a long tlmo ago was ur
tcsted for resisting arrest In that town
and fined $36 and costs. Tho car ws
carried to the district court and then to
tho supreme court whoro It has lingered
along for some Umo becnuso tho appellee
could not ralsa tho money to have a brief
After waiting until It Is presumed that
the. court did not cars to delay an
longer tho cane was affirmed' and Bent
bttck to IhVlOvAr rourt for ' execution.
By the Urn the original flno had grown
in court costs -to domethliiK .like $300,. nnd
is Beuttgenbach mn not able to -pay,
Cppnfy Attorney Strodo of , Lancaster
oounty Issued a capias for his arrest
nbout a week 'ago. Tho officers chased
B.euttgenbach sovcrhl miles In an auto
mobile Uefora .he was . captured., and
landed tn tho county -Jail. '
Friends of the prisoner at Bprague In
terceded with the county attorney for
)ils release on account of tho condition
6f his family, which consists of a wife
nd seven children, and alter a confer
iince with the governor' Saturday after
tioon, the prisoner was released on the
aymont of $100, which was put up by
friends and Monday morning Govrnor
AJdrlch will make out a pardon or com
mutation of Judgment which will free
lteuttgenbach from payment of the baN
anco and make him a free man. ,
,lopalntlon In Lincoln,
According to the 1913 city director',
which Is now In proems of being printed,
the population of the capital city, In
truding Its suburbs, will bo 72,306. .The
(91ft census gave Lincoln 43,973, not In
rjudtna the suburbs. There are !MK
tiames In the 191J, directory 'which with
tio. u$ ual custom multiplying by two and
tme-foUTth' to reach" the married woman
aha children not listed, makes the, popu
lation .Iha above 'figure. Counting out
thd trutmrban towns, which the 1950 cen
fcliB gave a population of 8,224) would
IeaVe Lincoln at the present tlmo with
"Warden Meilck of tho state penltanUary
rt-lU"reo6mmehd to the governor that ths
.legislature .'pro vide funds for fix) ng up a
reformatory 'for prisoners who are of ten
dcr ago or do not show a vicious dispo
sition, In order to keep them from coming
In contact with tho old-timers and those
who would endanger the futuro lives of
those who have' a short tlmo to servo for
minor offenses, "lie would ' convert the
east cell building, with tho dining room,
Into an latormedlato prison, keeping the
lnmatea'1 segregated from the other por
toa of the. prison. Ito would jeroot a two.
story dining'' -room -in the 'prison yard,
the upper Uory: to pe Used for a dining
room and thV46wer utory' fbr a hospital,
which Is greatly needed.
The.sfcrtf.-af Ajrrtwlture rl'alc aa?
'pproiefcU&'Tetauatsre jor tb
lulMknc' ii-idn ijR4ettur and hortloiil
turar"halVoh, the -fair ground just south
of tko-preent teew'mabhlnery halj. The
t raMts air -trregUlar one. bnlag 360 .feet
lo air treta oset.to vnstt. 380 feet from north
to seat and 169 feet IhO'Other Way. Hoc
retary MeMor says that the .board will
Bot-asJc fern en elaborate bulling ,wlf
plenty of ornamentation, but Just a plain
bulldls which' will- bo a permanent of
fain"1 It la tho policy of tho board, and
liss" been In later years, to build perma
nent bulMHags, bo far aa thoy go, even :f
a building baa to bo put up a portion at
a, tlsie. Many of the old buildings have
for years been practically useless, except
to keep oft tho sun. and tho repairs each
year to xnako them rainproof so that the
An absorbing and
remarkable story of
American social life
"Tht Houm of Mirth"
will begin in the January
This will be beyond
doubt the most talked
about story of the
The career of the heroine,
who ceaaee from a. pro
vincial town to make a
place for herself in New
York society, will be more
keealy discussed even
than Lily Bart of "The
House of Mirth."
StftJ 1W latterly jaw ToDmy
,9.tt ayaf 2 ntU a swti n
CWW W aMMIWSSOH,riwYorii
ah wet all rue -odo mmEtk f 'S
From the BL Touls Olobu-Detnocrat.
state may not becomo Hablo for damage',
amounts to considerable. l'ormnwnt
buildings wlilch will need no repairs for
years to come Is In tho line of tho Tight
kind of economy Is the opinion of tho sec
retary. Vnre I'ood I.nvr llrnken.
"Hecauso of lack of funds to prosecute
those who .brealc tho law, tho pure food
law of 'Nebraska Is broken with Im
punity," nald Food Comlsloner Nels P.
Hans6n at a meeting of the ancaster
County Medical association last night.
Mr, llanscn spoke at some length upon
the subject of food adulteration and the
members of tho association joined In the
discussion. Dr. H. Wlnnett Orr of Lin
coln said that tho state owed a great
deal to the food commtsnioner for his un
ceasing efforts to protect tho people of
the ntato from Impure food products.
Senator-eiect C C. Qutgglo of Lancaster
county discussed tho employers' liability
law at tho same mooting, the pliydlclaiis
beng especially Interested In It on ac
count of the direct bearing upon the con
servation of health of the wurklng classes. ;
Masai on I'nrilon Ilonrd.
Bcoretary B. a. 'Mafrjrl of the pardon
board, when asked laat night what he
had to say regarding the letter written
by Judge Wcstover, assailing the board
and demanding Us abolition, nald: 'There
are several thlnga which Judge Westover
does not know regarding tho workings of
the Board of Purdons, Thcro aro always
two Hides to a co'ntroyorxy of this kind,
and In n day or twp I will answer the
manifesto of my friend, Westover with
some facts regarding some, of Ihe matters
wh,lc,h ho evldontly thinks, he knows, but
whloh his communication shows are
drawn fro hi his .own conclusloiis. without
an'Mtivestrgatlon Into the rea6tlti
tho Ciisc. ' In a communlcsrtot thK,
Vrpss J"udgo Westover crltlclsdftho, rw'(
liJL. ..... ... . . .V .11
pmniiiaaiions or mo Doara anu mo 'nets
"pi the governor, and Mr. Maggl Wtovpa
that the public would like to;l:now some
thing ot tho matter and Will prepare a
statement for publication touching' upon
,tho maters of which Judge tVoatover
PRISONER BREAKS OUT OF '
TABLE ROCK JAIL
TA.I1LH HOCK, Neb., Doc, B.-Bpo-.clal.)
IV. II. Donaldson, a blacksmith or
this place, who ltas been hero for the last
three or four months, took n sudden no
tion to leave town on Thursday last, hav
ing uold his goods the evening before,
and tool; uu nuto with his family for
Pawnco City, where ho expected to catch
tho Hock Island for Falrbury, his former
.home. Ho wix Indebted to i5. A. Hick
man of tho Marblo hotel In tho sum of
Ito, nnd papers -wens' at once made out
and a Warrant issued for his arrest. Ire
was captured at Pawnee City at about
noon by the marshal of that plaoo and
returned here, for trial. Ho wn tried by
a Jury yesterday before Justice M. II.
Marble and found frullty and sentenced
to twenty days Imprisonment In the
county Jail. Ho was placed In Jail here
for safe keeping, from which he escaped
last night and no trace of him has been
discovered. It is generally thought he
Ivul assistance from outsiders,
XoteH from I.yona.
LYONS, Nob., Deo. S.-8pccIal.)-Lowls
Smith was called to Oakland, Neb., otvj
account of the doath ot his father, Charles
Smith. He was 76 years old and leaves a
widow ami fix children, as follows: Iuls
Ot this place, Charles and Andrew of
Long Hoach. Cal.s Krlck of Bureka. Cal.:
William A., missionary In India, and Miss
Anna of Tucuon, Arlx. He was born In
Sweden tn 1&!7 and settled here In 1SS1.
Tho Royal Neighbors have elected offl
cra as follows; Miss Kate O'Connor,
oraolo; Mrs. Ruth Stauffer, vice oracle;
Mrs. Letltla Davis, chancellor; Mrs. Ella
Mverett, receiver; Mrs. Maurt Laase. mar
shal; Mrs. Mary Hanson, Inner sentinel;
Mrs. Mary Bdgel. outer sentinel; Miss
Clara Miller, recorder; Dr. A. T. Hill,
physician, and Mrs. Mary O'Connor and
Mrs, Jennie Schrumpf, managers.
Mrs. Joun Spencer Miller,
CHADRON, Nrb Dec. 21.-(Spoclal.)-The
funeral of Jona Bpencer Miller, widow
of the late John W. Miller, was lareelv
attended by members of the Grand Army
of the Republic and Women's Relief corps
hero today. The services were at the rest-
aence of her son. Rloliord Miller. The
only other child, Mrs. Tildy MUler Rosen
burgh of Douglas, Wyo.. was In attend
ance. John W. Miner rad served In both
the Mexican wsr ana the war of the re
bellion, and with his wife ts laid to rest
In Orenwood cemetery.
Sirs. J. V. Vrterftuu.
Dr John E. Slmpjon received a mes
sage from his wife yeterday stating that
her mother, Mrs. J. C Peterson, had died
at Pocatello. Idaho. The body will
brombt here for burial and will leave
Pocatelle tomorrow. The funeral services
wui be anouuotd later. Mrs. Peterson
was an old resident of Omaha.
Mrs, Susan A. Dillon.
jtANSAS city, Dec. K.-Mra Susan
a. union, who was the first White
child bom In the territory, now Included
In the state of Kansas, died here today
acrf3 years. She waa, born at an In
dlan- tradlnr post nar ths alto ot ths
a Eainy Day
old Shawnee mission, now a part ot
Armour dale, Kan., a suburb of Kansas
Mrs. Dillon's fathor, Daniel Toachum,
conducted the old Wcstport tavern at
West port. Mo., now a part ot Kansas
Gotham Police Try
to Block Inquiry
NEW YORK, Soc. 21 "If necessary wo
will back a van up to police headquarters
and take all the records we wish to ex
amine and bring them down to the City
Hnll," declared members of the alder
mania committee which Is Investigating
New York police affairs, after a meeting
last night at which It was charged that
the police were try lag to obstruct their
investigations. "We will sit al) night to
examine those records so that Police Com
missioner Waldo may have use ot the
documents In the day time," the state con
tinued, "but we will have the records that
It was declared that when the commit
tee visited headquarters yesterday It was
checked at every step by "silent treat
ment," none of the' officials volunteering
"It you ws.n anything, subpoena it."
Deputr Police" ConsmJaaloner McKay la
quhted its replying to the committee's In
urlng the aldermanlo Investigations
th names of eighteen police officers, In
cluding two captains, seven lieutenants
id six detectives' have been directly ac
lilors of fleet to
foin in Purcliasing
Gift to Miss Gould
W YORK, Dec. Zi A unique wed-
gltt for Miss Helen Gould, whose
engagement to Flnley J. Sliepard was
recently announced, will come from the
mora than 20,000 men of the worships ot
tho Atlantlo fleet. It became known to
day that Rear Admiral Osterhaua. In a
letter whloh he wrote at the request of a
number of chief petty officers and signed
simply with his name and -not with his
rank as a naval officer, suggested to the
men or ine neot tnat they unite in a
subscription for the purchase of a gift
which would convoy "their appreciation
of what Mlsa Qould bad dona for the
The limit of an individual subscription
was placed at 25 cents. The officers of
the fleet are to have an opportunity to
Join In a gift to Miss Gould through the
taking of a separate subscription. No
decision as to the nature of the gift has
ua yet been reached It la understood.
Miss Gould has Ions been Interested in
the welfare ot the enlisted men of the
Mr. Bhepard, Mlsa uouia'a nance, ar
rived here today from St. Louis, his
headquarters as a Missouri Paciflo ofil-
clal having been transferred to this city,
No date for the wedding has been fixed
as yet, he saM.
SENATOR OVERMAN RALLIES
FROM SURGICAL OPERATION
WASHINGTON. Dee. . Lee S. Over
man, Junior United States senator from
North Carolina, was operated upon this
afternoon for appendicitis. Ths operation
was entirely successful and his physician
tonight said conditions were entirely
'favorable The senator trtood tho opera-
'Ion very well and was resting easily to
Dover's Ilo llUeo,
NEW YORK. Deo. H William Q. Mc.
Adoo. vlca chairman of the democratic
national committee, announced today, that
ne Had received notice oi nis appointment
by President Taft to membership on the
board of Incorporators of the American
National Red Cross society, to fill the va
cancy caused by the resignation of Ad
miral George Dewey.
Muvrmenta at Oerss Steamers.
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SOUTH AMI-TON OcMfils.
WANT LAND FOR THE STATE
Flan to Increase Size 6f Forms at
IS BIO AID FOR INEBRIATES
Ioyta Itoada Adopt Xetr I'ollcy -rrltli
Itespect to IieKlslntnre nnd
"Will Do Their Lobby In r
Ont In Open.
(Trom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Dec. 22. (Special.)
A demand will be made on the legislature
next month for on appropriation to bo
placed in tho hands of the State Hoard
of Control to bo used In buying land at
the various state institutions. Already
there aro large farms In connection with
practically every one of the institutions.
These havo all proved profitable to the
state. Especially ore tboBO valuable in
connection with tho insane hospitals, tho
Feeble-Minded Institute, tho boys' school
and the Inebriate Institution. At tho lat
ter institution, which Is located nt Knor
ville, there Is demand for at least t75,COO
with which to purchase additional land.
This year the farm products for that in
stitution aggregated about $23,000. There
are now TOO men at the hospital, the larg
est number on record, and tho number Is
Increasing as tho value ot the Institution
becomes better known.
Under tho new superintendent the insti
tution has become a real force for the
cure of victims of drugs who are sent
there. An effort la being mode to or
ganize for various Industries, and rock
crushing1 la one of the diversions of the
Institution. It Is expected that a brick-
making plant will be opened. But In or-
den to get best results It Is desired that
a large farm be provided. There' Is also
desire for additional land both at tho
state prison and tho state reformatory,
as good results have followed the pur
chase of land ndjacent to these Institu
tions. At the boys' reform school the
farm Is the big end of the work and
hundreds ot boya are given employment
there and tauglit how to make themselves
useful. The state has never purchased
an acre of ground that was not profit
able and not one that could not now be
sold for very much mora than Its cost.
Ilallronds Adopt New Policy.
The railroad oom ponies that do busi
ness in Iowa bave adopted, or will try
out. a new policy this winter in regard
to tho treatment of legislative matt em
coming to their attention. Instead of
turning over to their regular lawyers tho
political matters, they will maintain an
Informal organization composed largely
of men in tho operating departments to
handle legislative questions. A committee
has been named to look after this. This
committee ts headed by W. IL Given, for
many years holding high positions with
the Rock Island road and now a special
agent here. Superintendents and man
agers ot other roods are Included In the
list. The plan will bo to have these men
appear before legislative committees and
explain in simple language the viewpoint
of the railroad managers and trust to the
fairness ot the legislators.
Harmony is Strained.
There Is a very groat strain on demo
cratic harmony In Iowa at tho present
time, and it arises from tho prospect of
securing some offices for a few of the
faithful ones. It Is now recognized that
the Champ Clark of conservative demo
crats ot tho state, aftor they had Becured
(Cdritrol'of tho stnto convention lonlipring,
organized to retain the machinery of the
party largely for the purpose of dispos
ing of tha prospective federal offices.
Now they ore trying1 very hard to make
good in securing control ot the distribut
ing machinery. But the Woodrow Wilson
-democrats are also active, and are mak
ing a big showing as to their right to
name- most ot the federal offices in Iowa.
The result Is that several conferences
have ben held, but as yet no pet together
conference or effort to secure a compro
mise. Both sides seem to be confident of
ability to control. While the national
committeeman, the state chairman and at
least one member ot congress are lined
up with the Clark forces, tho most, con
splcuous ot the democrats of the state
are on tho Wilson side and seem to be in
a position to reach the president-elect by
a direct route. Tho men of tho rank ana
file, and especially tho postofflce hunters.
are anxiously awaiting soma sign an to
which side Is going to win.
Tho Incoming treasurer of state, W. C
Brown, has announced that he will
moko no change In the offlco force and
every person In the office now will bo
retained. Incoming Sercetary of State
W. S. Allen has announced that early
all the present force In that office, which
Is a large one, will be retained. He has
announced only two new s employes. It
Is expected that the Incoming governor,
Qeorire W. Clarke, will retain some ot
the employes of the governor's office
nd supplant others; but that among the
Important appolnttlve positions thero
will bo quite a number ot the very offl
clent servants of the state who will be
continued In office on tho scot ot their
excellent records. He haa made na an
nouncement, but It is known that as to
some of the places there will be no op
position to the present Incumbents. Thero
Is the usual political Jockeying for tho
petty places among the party workers
who feel they ought to bo rewarded, but
nothing that promises any serious
trouble for the party.
Nevr Internrban Kxtenslon.
Announcement was made a few days
ago that commencing' today the new line
of the Waterloo and Cedar Falls railway,
extending between Laporte City and
Waverly, will be operated regularly. The
extension to Laporte has been the last
made by the company and work has been
done on this during the fall and early
winter, so that It Is Just now completed
and ready for operation.
The work of surveying for new lnter-
urbans In eastern Iowa and especially
In the vicinity of Muscatine has been
under way some tlmft, but no actual con
structton will be commenced until spring.
Consider Parole Cases.
The state board of parole has had! un
der consideration during' the last few
days petitions for pardon or parole from
a number of long-time prisoners. In
cluded In the list is John Hamtnll, who
was sent to prison from Des Moines In
US? for the murder of Conductor Rid,
path, a case which attracted much at
tentlon at the time. George Weams, bis
companion, has already teen pardoned.
Hugh Robbord and L. W. Haley, who
were convicted of the murder of a Du
buque officer lu ISM, bave applied for
pardon and their appeals are being con
sidered. Charles Thomas, convicted of
the murder ot Mabel flco field, is also
aroonr those being considered.
Oleomarirarlnp for State Ward,
Not even the Btate Itself will be allowed
to violate the oleomargarine law. The
Board of Control has asked an opinion f
Attorney Oeneral Cosson concerning Its
right to order the hundreds of pounds of
oleomargarine used in the state lostltu-
tlons colored. It Li stated that the board
has no authority or right under tho law
to permit attendants to color tho butter
and serve It to tfie state wards. Tho
stato saves about CO per cent on Its but
ter bill by the use of oleomargarine In
about equal quantities with real butter.
Travelln Man Official.
Some of the present officers of the Iowa
State Traveling Men's association wilt be
elected without opposition at the annual
meeting of tho association, January 1S
at tho Young Men's Christian association
building. Nominations have closed and
oo opposition was presented to J. W.
Hill, president; John A. Blanchard and
A. W. Rader of Des Moines, vice presi
dent nnd secretary, respectively. Thero
are nlno candidates fon the directorships.
MAYOR OF DENVER IS
CITED FOR CONTEMPT
DENVER. Colo.. Dec. 22,-Mayor Henry
J. Arnold was cited for contempt of court
this morning by District Judgo Greeley
W. Whltford becauso the mayor Ignored
the court's order and paid the members
of the fire and police force their salaries
when the payroll was not approved by
the civil service commission. The ap
proach of Christmas was given by Arnold
as tho reason for his action.
At the meeting of the civil service com
mission yesterday. Mayor Arnold de
manded that tho board approve the pay
roll submitted to It by the fire and pollco
board. The commission then signed the
payroll, under protest, and warrants wero
Immediately drawn by the city auditor.
Today the commission appealed to Judgo
Whltford with the result that tho mayor
was cited for contempt of court.
Mayor Arnold will appear In court
Christmas eve, to show causo why h6
should not bo sentenced for contempL
The mayor said In a statement today:
I do not caro anything about the
citation. I may go to Jail, and I expect
to go to Jail. But I have the satisfaction
of knowing that every man under mo In
the employ of the city will have his pay
check to take home to his family today.
"I tell you I will be far happier In
Jail Christmas day knowing that I have
mode many others happy than to bo out
enjoying the day with my family' and
friends and have to suffer tha thought
that through mo many families had been
cheated of their rights and Christmas
The civil servloo commission threatened
to hohl up the payrotl becauso certain
appointments In the fire and police de
partments had been mado over Its protest.
Tho contempt charge follows an order
Issued some time ago by Judge Whltford,
In which the mayor was restrained from
Interfering with the civil servkjo commis
sion tn carrying out the authority It
claimed In connection with appointments.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Thmrm is Only Onm
Laxative Brome Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A OOLO-IH OtK OAT,
Always remember the -full name. Look ,J& f Y
for this signature on every box. 25c. Qffl Wr2jyW91Ct&
Htw ctnntctd with
Mi urviM station
White Trucks and
White Pleasure Cars
are now permanently located at
2416-18 Far nam street, in con
nection with the Independent Auto
You can now buy the Best Truck
and receive the best service at a
Every merchant should start the
new year right by placing his order
for at least one White delivery
White trucks are made in 4 sizes;
y 3 and 5 ton capacities
ranging in price from $2,100 to
$4,500. A demonstration will
prove their adaptability to your
H DEI TAN 2411-18 Fauam St
. rCLlUn ttoittatlasSMl
Lincoln Repreentativ Mookett Axito Go,
Council Bluffi City Garage.
MASSACRE INMEXICAN TOWN
News of Slaughter Two Months Ago
Received in El Paso.
MADEBO DOES NOT FEAR V. S.
No Uneasiness Exhibited In Mexico
City Over Warning Now Uetnr
Drafted by State Depart
EL rASO, Tex., Dec 23. A newspaper
dispatch from Douglas Ariz., gave tho
first news today of the slaughter ot tho
Bonora town tot San Marclal two months
ago, and the kidnaping of several young
women by organized Tiul Xbdlnhs
armed with hlgh-powrr rifles and posseso
ing the rudiments of military tactic
learned In Madero's revolutionary opera
tions. It Is reported the Inhabitants fought
until their ammunition gave out, where
upon the Indians entered the town and
began a slaughter so conclusive that only
a few escaped to tell the tale.
The fate of the young women captives
ts not known.
Mexico Not Alaraaed.
MEXICO CITY. Dec. 2. Neither the
officials, the newspapers nor tho Mexican
people are manifesting any great uneasi
ness regarding the document which Is
now being drafted at Washington with
tho object of calling the Mexican gov
ernment's attention to the demands ot
the United States for the hotter protec
tion of American interests in "Mexico.
Eleven thousand soldiers are now en
gaged In the campaign In Chihuahua,
according to an official statement. Con
cerning the situation at Cananoa, Sonora,
where the employes ot tho American
mines are on ''strike, tho government de
clares that tho garrison there Is quite
sufficient to give protection. Four hun
dred troops left here today for the north
and 700 for Topic havo been despatched
to carry out a campaign in 'Morelos. Gen
eral Blonquet has not began an active
campaign in tho state of Mexico becauso
of lack of troops.
CANANEA, Mexico, Deo. 22. Charles
Jones, on American employed aa a tele
phone lineman in the Yaqtil river district,
was found dead near Potero today. There
wero four bullet wounds In his back. Ha
had been missing throe days.
KANSAS CITY MAN CHARGED
WITH MURDER AND ROBBERY
HOUSTON, Tex., Dec Z P. M. Brad
ley, formerly ot Kansas City, arrested In
connection with the mysterious disappear
ance of J. II. Wright, a lumber dealer.
Monday night admitted, the police said
today, that he killed Wright by accident.
then trunk his body In the ship channel
twenty-three miles below Houston. War-
tfet bt repair shtp
is tfei tity tf Panto
rants bare been sworn out charging bin
with murder and robbery.
Ilradley formerly resided at Beau
mont and In Indianapolis. Bits claim of
partnership with Wright la disputed by
Wright's son and others, who contend hoi
was only an employe.
Bradley took officers to League City
and pointed out where he had sunk the)
body. It was recovered. Wounds upon
tho body wero found to bo exactly af
Rradley had dcncrlbod them. Pollca
Chief Noble said Bradloy cams to the)
station Wednesday and reported the dis
appearance of Wright. Blood stains In
an automobile gave the polloo their first
Culls from the Wires
The Portuguese government has author
Ixed the American and British Protestant
missionaries to undertake tho teaching
of natives In Portuguese Africa.
Prank Crouch, accused ot having kid
naped the grandson ot It. D. Oale. a
wealthy New York banker, obtained a
Uoense to marry tho mother of tho chlld
Mrs. Laura Gale In Denver.
A campaign of democratlo club organic
cation throughout the country preparatory;
for ths national campaign In 1318 wan
authorized by tho general executive boartt
ot the National Democratlo League ots
Clubs in conference in New York.
An Instructed verdict of not guilty
was returned by a Jury In the United
btates district court at vaiaez, tail., on
four Indictments charging Captain El
bridge T. Barnetto with embezzlement.
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DMbte Rooms with Bth (tw
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SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM
6:00 P. M. to 8:00 P. M.
HOTEL LOYAL ORCHESTRA
Albln Huster, Director.
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18th and 'Washington Ave.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
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