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THE BEE: OMATTA, TUESDAY, MAY 0, 191.1.
ADJUTANT GENERAL TO MOVE
Quartered in Administration Build
ing on Fair Grounds-
ROOM FOR BOARD OF CONTROL
Board of Pnlille Lands nnd nnlld
Inga Decide to Cotmtrnct nn
Armory Soon nt Fair
(From a Staff Correspondent)
UNCOL.N, May 6. (Spcctal.)-Judge
Howard Kennedy of Omaha, ono of the
members of tho new Board of Control
of the state Institutions called at the
state house today to consult with other
members of the board, tho governor and
state officers In general regarding a lo
cation for tho board when thejj organize.
Judge Kennedy said' that he was not
Intending to move to Lincoln, at least
not for some time and when asked how
It happened that tho provision In the
original bill which provided that all mem
bers of tho board should reside In Lin
coln was left out of the engrossed bill,
he sold he did not know hut that other
states having a similar law did not re
qulro the members of tho board to reside
In tho capital city.
After calling on the governor and talk
ing over generally the work of the new
board, In company with Henry Gerdes
another member Judge Kennedy held a
meeting with tho Board of Public Lands
and Buildings for the purpose of finding
out what provisions were to be mado
regarding offices In tho state house for
tho new board,
After looking over the state houso
thoroughly tho State Board of Public
Lands and Buildings decided to move the
adjutant general's office to the admin
istratlon building at the state fair grouns
and use tho offices voacted for tho Board
of Control. Work will be begun as noon
us pdsslble for the erection of an armory
on the state fair grounds In which tho
adjutant general will move wtlh all aup
plies now stored In the basement at the
The Wayne depot case has at last hour
settled by an agreement of tho Mlnnap
oils & Omaha Railway company to con
struct a new brick station to cost in the
neighborhood of J2S.0OO. The citizens of
AVayne some time ago appeared before
the railway commission asking for the
now depot. The commission ordered the
company to build the depot, but the rail
way refused to do so and appealed tne
matter to the supreme court. Tho case
was to have been argued this week, but
the company agreed to build tho depot
and the case probably will not be heard
IOWA ELEVATOR COMPANY
FILES ITS INCORPORATION
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 5. (Speclal.)-The Iowa
devator company Is the name of a new'
corporation having headquarters In
Omaha, which will do a general grain
business. Tho company is Incorporated
for $100,000, divided into shares of $10)
each, which?, must be fully paid in when
The board of directors consists of
George ,C. Johnson, Halsey Odell, J. B.
Adams, 'Lquis Obyer, J. M. Campbell and
V. M. McCauley.
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Fixes Rifle Practice
for State Militia
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 6.-(Spec!at.)-Oeneral
orders No. 16. Issued by Adjutant General
Hall, has some Interesting Information for
thoso Interested In the guard as well as
Its membership, the order Is as follows:
The companies of the Nebraska Na
tional Guard will go Into camps of rifle
proctlee on the following dates and
Companies A. B. C. Omnha. May 12 to
17. on United States Bange. Plattsmouth.
Company. V. Blair. May 18 to 24. on
Company B. Schuyler. May 2o to ai. on
Company Q. Stanton, June 3 to Juno
8, on Stanton range.
Company II, Norfolk. June 9 to Juno H,
on Stanton range.
Company I, Albion, June l ito June a.
on Albton range.
Company K, Osceola, June zt to June
29, on York langc. t
Company L. Kearney, juiy l to juij o,
on Kearney range.
Company M, York, juiy s to juiy ,
on York range.
Company H, Nebraska City, May 12 to
17, on Nebraska City range.
Company U. ueatrice, jiiay i 10
24, on Lincoln range.
Company u. Auourn, .May Ja io muj oi,
on Lincoln range.
Company 15, Geneva, June : to June
on Lincoln range.
Company F, Wymorc, June 8 to June
14, on Lincoln range.
Company G, Hastings, juno io io juhi.-
21. on Kearney range.
Company H, Fairneia, june w
28, on Kearney range.
Company l, ueavcr v-iiy, juiy i
6, on Beaver City rant-e.
Company K. Mccook, juiy s to juiy .o,
on McCook range.
Company L, McCook, Juiy . to juiy
on Mccook range.
Company M. Holdrege, juiy i iu w
20, on Holdrege range. ,.,,.
Company A, Lincoln, juiy w
2, on Lincoln range.
Each organization win uo i" -
six days, ono officer and one-tnira oi
'the men o ftho company win "'
the rango each two days.
Ono offlccd and ten enlisted men must
be on the range each day to make the
Two days' pay and subsistence will bo
allowed ull enlisted men actually preBnt
for duty In these camps. Two dayB' pay
will be allowed commissioned officers. Six
days' pay and subsistence will bo allowed
the company cook and mess sergeant,
who will be required to bo on duty the
.nir , rtnv of the camp. Subsistence
will be allowed at the rate of 60 cents per
day per man.
W. J. WHITE, PLATTSMOUTH
BUSINESS MAN' IS DEAD
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., May 5. Spe-
clal.)-Walter J. White, a leading busi
nes man of PlattBmouth for the lost
flftv-Blx years, wno was Injured Thurs
day afternoon, died at his home Sunday
morning at 3:30. Ills Injuries were followed
by pneumonia, which would not yield to
Mr. White was born In Kngland, July.
1844. Coming to America with his purents
in 18E5, ho first hettled In Utah, where he
lived two years, coming to Plattsmouth In
1857, where he had resided ever since and
where he had been prominent In business
and social life, holding many positions of
trust In city affairs. He was a vestryman
In St. Luke's church continuously for
more than fifty years and an enterprising
public spirited num. always taking a
deep Interest In the welfaro of his town.
Mr. White Is survived by his widow,
to whom he was married in this city in
October. 1S66, and one daughter. Miss
Mabel F. White, residing with her par
ents. He leaves also two brothers. Frank
K. White of Omaha and Alfred W. White
of this city, and ono sister, Mrs. V. V.
Leonard of Plattsmouth.
LINDSAY SAYS DEMOCRATS
OF SOUTH DISLIKE TARIFF
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 5. (Speclal.)-Clerk of
the Supreme Court Harry C. Lindsay is
back from his trip to Florida, whero ho
went with the avowed Intention of land
Ing the biggest fish In the Atlantic ocean,
but had to return minus the fish.
He spent his vaactlon at Marko, a small
town a fchort dlstanco from Jacksonvllee.
and says thatt he democrats down there
are howling their heads off over the
present tariff bill, as before congress.
"They were perfectly satisfied that Ihls
same kind of a tariff bill was all right
before election," said Mr. Lindsay, "but
stneo there Is a prospect of It being a
law It Is altogether a different proposl
tlon wtlh those fellows and they are not
slow In showlong their position."
THIRTY-TWO CASES ON
YORK DISTRICT DOCKET
YORK, Neb.,-'May 6.-(BpeclaJ.) The
May term of district court convened this
morning with Judge B. E. Good presid
ing. Call of the docket showed thirty
two cases. Divorce: Llbblij. Burkeet
against E.' C. Burkett, Pearl Lantz
against Ray Lantz, Anna Hadsell against
Fred Hadsell. Foreclosures, five. Three
damage, Sarah Peters against Village of
Henderson, Bernard Supley against John
Egan, Nathan Mlchner, a minor against
II. N. Hylton. Balance of the cases were
of a minor nature and of no Interest only
to the parties at law. No criminal cases
and no occupants of the county Jail Is
not an unusual thing for York county.
Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising 1 the Road to
I Business Success.
State Board Fixes
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 5.-tSpeclal.)-Thc first
meeting of the State Board of Kquallza
tlon and Assessment was held today and
tho assessment of the Pullman Car com
luiny vas taken up. The assessed vulun
tlonof tho company In 1912 was )1&,(NV
This year It Is J1S,087, being one-fifth of
The company reported that It had 273
standard sleeping cars running over .719
miles of road In Nebraska, with a valua
tion of 11,615 per car.
The report also showed that the com
pany ofned 124 tourist sleeirs running
over 124 miles of road In Nebraska and
these cars were valued at J7.011.
The board, however, placed valuation
on the cars at about the same as last
year, putting the value of the standard
sleepers at $12,500 and the tourist cars at
The value of private oars of different
companies was placed as fullow.s:
Tank cars J1.300
Furniture cars mm
Stock cars W
Box cars w
Flat cars 350
Itefrlgerator cars W0
Tho next weetlng of the board will bo
held next Monday.
DISTRICT COURT MEETS
IN JOHNSON COUNTY
TECUMSKH. Neb.. May 5.-(Speclal.)
Judge J. B. Haper of Pawnee City will
convene the district court l Johnson
county In regular session todny. There
will bo no Jury at this session and as the
docket is small It is thought tho session
will be of short duration. It Is expected
that the court will give a derision In the
case wherein the Burlington Itallroad
company objects to the assessment mnue
by the Johnson county dnilnnge boan..
amounting to J1S.O00, at this tinjo. The
case was tried previously and tho Judge
took It under advisement pending the
looking up of authorities. O. P. Herrlcic
of Dcs Moines, la., tho contractor for
tile ditch along the Nemaha river In
this county, has been putting off a dredge
to work hero at Tecumseh until he gets
this decision. One of the four dredge
it Is proposed to work on tho ditch Is at
work night and day at Stcrll ig and has
progressed several hundred feet
admitted to practice
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. May 6.-(Bpeclal Tele
gramsThe law students from tho law
department of Crelghton college In Omaha
wero admitted to practice In tho supremo
James F. Connelly, Omaha: John W.
Dclehan, Blue Springs; Chester D. Fletch,
Schuyler; John H. Hopkins, O'Neill;
Philip K. Horan. Omaha; Arthur B. Ja
qtilth, Omaha; eGorgo A. Keyser, Omaha;
Baphael J. Madden, Omaha; Lloyd A.
Magney, Omaha; Carl IX. Halm, Omaha;
FranclB P. Matthews, Omaha; Martin
Harold Miller, Omaha; Thomas J.
O'Klecfe, Omaha; Guy Morris Parcnter,
Yutan; Gerard V. Ilademacher, Crete;
Charles F. Schrempp, Omaha; W,
Howell Scott, Omaha,
I - ..
FIGHT IN DISTRICT COURT
MADE OVER LICENSE
BEATRICE. Neb., May B.-(SpecIal
Telegram.) C. M. Murdock of Wymore,
today appeared before Judge Pemberton
In the district court and asked for a writ
of mandamus against Mayor Reullng and
tho city council of Wymore to compel
theh to revoke the saloon license of Dan
O'Donnell, which he alleges was Illegally
granted on May 2 after tho plaintiff had
filed a remonstrance.
The petition states that on April 18
a remonstrance was filed and that at a
hearing on April 28 the remonstrance was
overruled, that tho petitioner notified
the council that he would appeal the
O'Donnell case to the district court, but
it held a meeting May 2 and granted
O'Donnell a license. Tho case will be
heard here on Wednesday.
BURLINGTON TO BUILD
DEPOT AT FALLS CITY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 5.-(Bpeclal.)-Attorney
Frank Reavls of Falls City was attending
supreme court today and when asked why
the peopel of his town had withdrawn
their application to the railway commis
sion for a union depot said that an agree
ment had been made with the Burlington
people and the latter had already begun
the work of surveying tho ground for a
new depot to cost $40,000. It will be
modern In every particular and perfectly
satisfactory to tho citizens of the city.
He did not state what arrangements had
been made with the Missouri Pacific
people for changes.
C'nnU Vntcn Bonds for IilKhta.
TECUMSKH, Neb., May E.-(Speclal.)-At
the special election held In Cook, In
the northern part of this county, Thurs
day, the proposition to bond the village
In the sum of 15,000 for an electric light
ing system was successful. However, the
proposition to vote bonds In the sum of
$13,000 for water works was defeated by
PUBLISHER OF PIONEER
GERMAN NEWSPAPER DIES
BAN FRANCISCO, May 5.-Frcderick
Hess, sr., owner and publisher of the
California Demokrat, the pioneer German
newspaper of the Pacific coast for the
last fifty-seven years, died today at his
home In this city. Death followed sev
eral months of falling health and was
due to heart disease.
Mr. Hess, who was born In Coblenz,
Germany, In 107, and came to San
Francisco In 1852, entered the composing
room cf the Demokrat. tlien a little
weekly paper. He purchased the paper
In 18W and has owned and published it
ever since, expanding It to a morning
Among the German-American enter
prises' In California which Mr. Hess helped
found are the German Benevolent society,
and the German Savings and Loan
society of which he was a director at the
time of his death.
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HIGH SOCIETY IS UNCLEAN
Says Bishop Scannell in Sunday
Sermon at St. Ceoilia's Ohuroh.
NEED MORE MORAL EXAMPLES
Individual nllh Good Habits Can
Do .More Than All the Legisla
tion that Mar ne Instl
tntrd. Conditions, existing1 In the high society
of today, were compared with the sur
roundings of swine by Bishop Richard
Scannell In a sermon before tho congre
gation of St Cecilia's church yesterday
High society has slunk, he stated, to the
lowest degree of degredatlon and Is be
coming more degenerate each day.
"Human high society Is demoralized,"
said the bishop,' "and this condition Is
not local, but worldwide.
"There Is talk of remedying Immoral
conditions by legislation, but human ef
forts along this lino will materialize In
naught. The Holy Ghost, tho spirit
which Inspires Christians to take up the
work of the church, alone can bring
about the desired change through the
Individual members of the church. But
by examples each Individual can bring
the prodigals back to tho fold and make
tho world moro moral. All the clvlllza
tlon and culture In the world cannot
moke one virtuous man."
Tlio CoiivcrtSiiR Hplrit,
Ploklng the Christian martyrs for an
Illustration Bishop Scannell continued:
"Tho early martyrs gave up their lives
willingly for their faith. This alone
brought about Christianity and converted
the pagan peoplo to the church. They
died for their church and pagans know
It must be true teachings of religion
that prompted them to stand tho tortures
Imposed upon them for their beliefs. It
Is the supernatural, tho Holy Ghost, that
makes true Christians attend church
morning after morning and perform their
rollgloUB duties, and not human motives.
Tho teachings of the church are Infal
lible because they are the gospels of the
Holy Ghost. The church goes dn cen
tury after century without change and
few are led astray from Its teachings
because tho Holy Ghost dwells In the
tabernacle on the altar and floods the
souls of the people Willi love for their
God and a firm belief In the gospels
of their Infallible leader."
Attacks Grand Duke
of Baden with Knife
MANNHEIM, Germany, May 5 A work
man armed with a knife attacked Grand
Duke Frederlch of Baden as he was
leaving tho railroad station with his con
sort tonight. The grand duke threw off
his assailant and was not harmed.
The duke was about to drive to tho
races when the man Jumped upon tho
carriage steps and apparently trlod to
grasp tho lapel of his coat, but the duke
knocked him to the ground with tho
hilt of his sword and proceeded.
A crowd gathered and attacked tho
man. Intending to lynch him, but tho
police arrested him, He gave his namo
as Anton Jung and said ha is an anarchist
and had been commissioned by a society
to attack tho grand duke. He refused to
divulge the name of the society.
.lungo said that ne meant to present a
petition for help and Intended to attack
the duke only if the request was refused,
The knife he carried was small.
JAPANESE AVIATOR KILLED
WHILE LANDING BIPLANE
SAN FIIANCISCO, May S.-Tonko
Takolshl, a Japanese aviator who was
trained In the United States, was In
stantly killed today while making a
landing of a flight from Osaka to Kioto,
Japan, according to a cablegram re
ceived by the Japanese American, a
local Japanese dally. Takolshl endeav
ored to land at the government reserva
tion of Turkakusa and his American
mado biplane struck the ground with
such force that It Btnashed to pieces and
the aviator was crushed beneath.
This Is the second fatal aviation acci
dent In Japan, according to Japanose
hero. About a month ago two army
raptnlns were killed In the military avia
tion school. Takolshl was well known
In Pacific coast cities whore he learned
to operate a biplane. He was making
tho trip today for the Osaka Asahl, a
newspaper, and the paper, the cablegram
states, subscribed 15,000 for the support of
his family when news of his death was
BISHOP SAYS JUDGMENT OF
MEN SHOULD BE LEFT TO GOD
nt. Rev. Bishop A. L. Williams, In his
sermon at St. Rarnabas church yester
day morning, where he made his annual
visitation, touched upon the passage con
cerning tho "children of the world" and
the "children of light." He said, how
ever, that It should not be the province
of man to attempt to divide these. God
would do that In the end, he said, and
he believed It wrong for mankind to set
Itself up as Judge to determlno who shall
be classed as children of light and who
children of tho world.
"Moro thnn half the misery, wretched
ness and Borrow In this world, I believe,"
said the' bishop, ''are caused by peoplo
who have In some way sought to usurp
tho function of Qod In the matter of Judg
The bishop called attention to the huge
failure the Puritans made of this attempt
when they set themselves up as pure and
sought, to drive out of their ranks all
who wcro not, in their Judgment, as pure
as they were.
"But when you read history," he con
tinued, "you will find that they made a
failure of this. A lot of hypocrites got
Into their ranks anyway, and they could
not keep them out Tou simply can't
keep them out. Tho result was that Pu
rltanlsm had the effect of driving many
people out of the church and away from
"We should take literally the parable
or the tares. Let both grow together until
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COAL STRIKE PROBE PEEVES
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR
CHAHLKSTON. V. Va.. May B.-GoV-
ernor Hatfield of West Virginia, In a
statement tonight attacked .Senator John
W. Kern of Indiana, who tomorrow Is ex
pected to bring up a resolution which
he Introduced some time ago in tho
Vnlted States senate providing for federal
Investigation of conditions In tho West
Virginia coal fields. The governor de
clares the senator has been misinformed,
that the coal strlko Is over, that he In
tends to arrest any person aiding nnd
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Two Hearts and a
By Ethel Watts Mumford
By Sax Rohmer
Another of the Fu.Manchu Stories
By George Fitch
The Family Outcast
By Marion Hill
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COKUlfiCT API Alt EL FOR
allotting lawlessness, nnd that ho courts
a thorough Investigation.
MISSOURI MAN SLUGGED
AND ROBBED NEAR STATION
V I. Williams of Tease, Mo., wns as
saulted and robbed on Fourth street last
night In tho vicinity of thn llurllngtou
depot. Ho wns found lying on the stroot
unconscious and when revived at tho po
lice station was unable Io glvo any of
the dntnlls of the attack mado upon htm,
He said he lost 33 nnd that tho footpads
overlooked soma of his money on his
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The tattoo-man tells a tale of a Reno lady, a
middle-weight "pug" and the fighting man's be
trothed ; and, speaking after the manner of the
tattoo-man, "there is plenty doing," and you find
.in the bunch plertty of that nature whose one
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This time the great detective, Nayland Smith, is
pitted against the superhuman Fu Manchu in
the matter of a stupendous robbery; the robber's
bold ingenuity is only matched by the bold in
genuity of the chase. Which is victor, the yellow
man or the detective?
The humorist is not the motorcycle enthusiast of
his own article. He says so right away in the
very first paragraph. So he is able to go about
the study of his specimen dispassionately and
enjoyably. Fitch is i real fun-taster, and its good
to taste along with him in this tale.
This story is a gem now merry, now moving,
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Wm. L. Holzman, Treas. j
MEN AND WOMEN
person. Ho declared ho was on his way
to tnko u train for his homo.
City Physician Tubbs ordered him. sent
to Mercy hospital l) view of tho serious
character of his injuries. While his skull
does not appear to be fractured, the se
vere contusion Is of' a dangerous char
t the Road to
Kllln Self on IWrthrtny.
BT. IXDl'IS, May 4 - 8. 8. Hosen. re
puted to bo a wealthy stockman from
Douglas. Arts., killed himself today with
a rovolver, on IiIb fifty-seventh birthday
No reason Is known.
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