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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913.
(COST 0FMM1RBAN LINE
Chief Engineer Hurd Figures it Two
and Half Millions.
INCLUDING A POWER PLANT
Comnilaalon linn Alrriwly Authorised
Iaannnce of Stock nnd Ilondn to
the Amount of Orrr Three
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
UNCOLN, May 8.-(Speclal Telegram.)
According to Chief Engineer Hurd' of
the physical valuation department, it will
cost the. Omaha, Lincoln & Beatrice'
Interurbnn Railway company $2,fl,76G to
build Its line from Omaha to Uncoln.
This will Include a power plant to cost
$80,000. The commission some ttmo ago
authorized the Issuance of stocks and
bonds to the amount of $3,100,000 with the
condition that the bonds should be issued
only as the road Is completed from ttmo
The state engineer recommends tlfol SJ
per cent of the bonds be Issued wnmsev-jr
the construction company which has
agreed to take over the bonds has com
pleted any particular part of the work.
The cost of rolling stock Is divided as
follcvs: Ten standard passenger cars.
$120,000; four light passenger cars, J2S.000;
four extra express cars, $30,000; two Bnow
plows, $C00i-one construction car, $2,800.
Items in the cost of building the road
ehow a follows;
lUght-of-way and lands, $1(6,0)0; clear
lng and grading, $16,3S0; track material,
$370,021; track laying nnd ballast, $152,25$;
bridges and culverts, $191,114; I'latte river
bridge, $94,300; trolley and fcid lines, $155,
5'; power and transmission. $M13,S25; sta
tions, car barns, etc,, $135,317; rolling
Btock. $181,400; engineering and supervi
sion, 5 per cent, $100,524; general expenses,
1414 Per cent, $304,750; store3 and supplies,
$30,000; total, $2,034,756.
l'lioiu- llntc Ilt-nrlttir.
T. H. Pollock, representing the Platts
mouth Telephone company and A. I..
Tldd and Henry Schneider, representing
the patrons of the company had a hear
ing before the railway commission this
afternoon regarding a raise In telephone
rates. Th,e company desires to raise the
rates on resident phones 50 cents and on
two-party line phones 25 cents.
Adjournment of tolls on the linn be
tween Lincoln and Falrbury was the
subject of discussion before, the railway
commission this afternoon. The ' linen
were formerly owned by two companies
and the matter has never been satisfac
NO moUldy fruit goes
WITH FOOD COMMISSIONER
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 8.-(Speclal.)-Snraw-berry
dealers will be watched pretty
closely this summer by the pure food
deputies In their trips about the state
and woe to the unlucky dealer who Is
caught selling the fruit In a condition
which makes it unsanitary,
A few days ago a gentleman bought a
box of strawberries In a certain fruit
store In Lincoln. When ho got It homo
he found that the box was covered with
a coating of mould. The box was taken
to the office of Food Commissioner Her
man and that gentleman,, promptly nt-.
titled the-dealer that another' repetition
of the case would Tiring ..him int'd
Note' from Desliler.
DESHLEIt. Neb., May 8. (Special.)
Frank tiokenkamp, one of the proprietors
of the Deshler Light and Power company,
was married Tuesday to Miss Lizzie
Schmidt of Daykln.
Members of the court house "gang"
gave Judgo B. L. Wlllmoro and his bride
a surprise reception at their home in Heb
ron Monday evening, and presented them
with a large easy chair.
The following old soldiers of Thayer
county were In the battle of Gettysburg:
John Hughes, Hebron; W. W. Cameron,
and Dan Sweeney, Chester; Sam Patten,
Ilubbell. Mr. Hughes has a young wife
and a babe but a few weeks old and can
not attend the reunion. The other vete
rans expect to be there. Dan Sweeney
lost his right arm on "that battlefeleld.
The revenue of the Hock Island station
nt Deshler for April amounted to $7,130.35,
an increase of $1,006.90 over the same
month last year.
RASH ALL THE TIME
Itched so Could Not Sleep. Burned
Like Fire. Arms and Logs Raw
as Beef, Cutlcura Soap and Cuti
cura Ointment Cured.
City Infirmary, Hart well, Ohio. "Three
years ago a nth brolce out on both arms
from the wrist to tho elbows. Tho ruh ni
not larger than pln-polau
and watery. It Itched so
- 1 i badly I could not sloep and
I scratched my arms tUI
they were raw. Thon It
broke out on my face an J
tho calves of my leg. It
'itched so badly and bumc '
like flro and I would aerate 1
myself till I bled. I was l
tertare all the time. It made me side and 1
began to lose flesh. My arms and logs were
raw a besf.
I triad every remedy I heard of or read
of bat It was do use what I took or used till
I commenced to use Cutlcura Soap and
Oiotment. From the start I felt relief, 1
ftcst would wash with the Cutlcura Soap and
then applied the Cutlcura Ointment, wrap
ping my arms and legs with bandages. My
fleah boaled up and m nine weeks from the
time I commenced to use Cutlcura Soap an-'
Ointment I was completely cured." (Signed)
John W. Ogdon. Sept. 27, 1912.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment do-so much
for pimples, blackhead, red. rough skins.
Itching, scaly scalps, dandruff, dry, tlila and
falling hair, chapped hands and shapeless
oxSa with painful ungcr-ends, that It Is
almost criminal not to use them. Sold
throughout the world. Liberal sample- of
each mailed free, with 32-p, Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cutlcura, Dopt. T, Boston. "
fir-Tooder-faccd mm should use Cutlcura
Petition Filed for
Eecall of the Mayor
of Nebraska City
NKDRASKA CITY, May 8.-(Speclal.)-Chlef
of Police William Ounn relieved
Officer Joe Miller of his star a fen' days
slnco because of something in had done
which the chief did not seem to think
was In accordance with his oath of office.
Mayor Houston returned the Mar to Offi
cer Miller and this so displeased Chief
Ounn that yesterday ho resigned, and the
mayor accepted his resignation nnd ap
pointed Joseph Walker In his stead.
Chief Ounn declares ho will hnvo a full
Investigation of the matter, and the
mayor says he will make the investiga
tion when It suits him and he has time.
The result Is that considerable bad blood
has developed out of the matter. A re
call for Mayor Houston is being circu
lated nnd receiving many signatures.
Paul Topping, a young attorney, Is named
to make the raco under the recall. Mayor
Houston Is charged with xtravagance
and not conducting the affairs of the
city for Its best Interests.
Since the dismissal of tho suit of J. I).
Houston against ex-Mayor T F. Jackson
et al., wherein the new franchise of the
water nnd light company was Involved,
the water, light and gas companies havo
been united and will be undr one man
agement, ami all rates for water, light
and gas lowered. The two companies
have agreed to extend their water and
gas mains and their light wires all over
the city and spend many thousand dol
lars in Improvements. Several parties
wore after the water and light company,
but R. A. Potter of Chicago was the suc
Judge Travis wns here yesterday and
adjourned the district court, which ho
has been holding at Intervals since last
October, and before doing so granted a
divorce to Mrs. Amanda Drngto from her
husband, James Dragoo. Tho May term
of the court will convene May IS and tho
petit Jury will be called on May 19.
Dr. Carrlker and several others filed a
remonstrance against I. W. Baker, who
came here from Auburn and purchased
the saloon of J. 3. Stroble. The remon
strance was heard by the city commis
sioners, and when the heaHng was a
little more than half through the remon
strators agreed to withdraw provided the
defendant would pay all costs, which he
did and the commissioners granted his
application for a saloon license. Another
Auburn firm applied for a license, but
withdrew Its application when a remon
strance was filed. This makes twelve sa
loons that Nebrnska City has.
Broken Bow Woman
Is Seriously Hurt
BROKEN BOW, Neb., May 8,-(Spe-clal.)-Vhllo
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Her
rlck, who reside several miles southwest
of here, were driving Into the city the
team took fright at a hole In the brldgo
over which they were passing and started
to run. For a time Mr., Herrlck lost
control of tho animals and hln wife, no
doubt thinking she would be safer on
the ground, jumped from the buggy.
After he nnd brought the lioises to a
stop Mr. Herrlck went back in search of
his wife. He found her lying by tho
roadsde fn an unconscious state. He
carried her to a neighboring farm house
and sent for "Dr. Buckley of this city,
who upon arriving discovered that her
right side was partially paralyzed, al
though there were no outward slgs of
bruises. The patient was brought to the
city and placed in the Ryerson hospital,
and up to this time has not regained
consciousness. Mr. and Mrs. Herrlck are
prominent people of this community.
Notes from Kearney
and Buffalo County
KBAftNBY, Neb., May 8.-(Bpecial.)-
The funeral of Jack Conroy, w ho died in
an Omaha hospital from an operation ta:
appendicitis, was held at Shelton Wednes
day afternoon. Mr. Conroy wan well and
favorably known In this territory and
will be greatly missed.
In a practice game between the Kear
ney Kapltallsts and the IUverdale team
tho country boys came near cleaning up
the local branch of the Nebraska league.
Pitcher Plympton saved the game for
Kearney by stepping into the box In the
last Inning. The score stood to 3,
A light rain was quite general over
this county on Wednesday morning.
About a quarter of an inch fell and this
with the heavy rain of last week makes
the ground in pretty good condition.'
STATE OWNS PROPERTY
ESCHEATED FROM ESTATE
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, May 8. (Speclal.)-The state
of Nebraska will soon fall heir to a
goodly amount of land, made possible by
the death of Joseph Ulbrlck, who died In
1910 at Auburn, leaving no heirs.
At the time of his death he owned two
quarters of land In the northern part of
the state, a quarter section In Colorado
and two houses and lots In Auburn.
Soon after his death a man moved Into
one of the houses, but later turned over
to the city authorities of that town $100
which he claimed ho had found in the
house. A close questioning of the man
developed that he had (mini $1,00') be
sides this, but admitted that he had
spent It. He was arretd and scut to
the penitentiary for a short time, but
when released moved bacK Into oiie of
The matter of the transfer of trip prop
erty to the state has been pra:tic!Iy
settled and the property is now In the
hands of the land commissioner, wtu will
'dispose of It under the school lanu law,
as the land escheats to the school funds
of the state.
NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED
AT SCOTT'S BLUFF
.SCOTTB BLUFF, Neb., May S.-Spe-ciaJ.)
The new city officials assumed
their positions today. Mayor Floyd Mc
Caffree took hold of the reins of gov
ernment like a practiced hand. Among
other things he recommends a levy for
a firemen's fund; which Is a new de
parture. The appointments are: Chief
of police, H. W. Guernsey; city attorney,
Beach' Coleman; water commissioner, O.
L. Shumway; city physician, A. M.
'I n ft lf-alaf nn nn,. nnfrlAll,, TTas nf
Newspaper Advertising Is tha Ro4 i
ASK SMALL JOWNS TO JOIN
Association of Commercial Clubs
Takes Action at Fremont.
ROSS HAMMOND NEW PRESIDENT
Cm ml Islnnil Chonrn hy Orjrnnlim
tlon nn Vlavc for Merlins; Next
i, Yenr Illntrcr Mitkm Plea
FREMONT. Neb., May S.(Speclal Tel
ogram.) The Nebraska Association of
Commercial Clubs yesterday decided to
extend n membership Invitation to clubs
from towns of 1,000 population and, under.
Half the usual membership fee of $10 was
specified In these cases.
Twenty-two clubs wore represented at
tho meeting today,
Grand Island was chosen for tho place
of meeting next yonr.
Tho visitors were given a banquet at
Masonic hall this evening. Plates were
laid for S00. E. R. Ourney was toast
master and the following were speakers:
"How Our Commercial Club Helped
Fremont." J. L. Matthews.
"Nebraska and Nebrasknns," Governor
"Nebraska's Great Business Associa
tion." J. M. Guild, Omaha.
The Commercial Club nnd the
Ictor W. Wilson
New Officer Clumon.
Ross Hammond of Fremont was chosan
president and W. F. Bailey of Kearney,
secretary; vice presidents, H. A. Schnei
der, Plattsmouth, First district; F. I.
Elllck, Omaha, Second district; J. B.
Henderson, Central City. Third district;
Dr. E. O. Weber, Wahoo, Fourth dis
trict: H. B. Howell. Hastings. Fifth dis
trict! C. O. Wert, Crawford. Sixth dis
trict. l'nrm Development.
After reports from the different clubs
today concerning their work of the last
year, Herbert N. Quick delivered an ad
dress on "Nebraska's Opportunities." Ho
spoke of the development of rural life
and of desirable changes In rural schools.
Tenant farming was next taken up. Ne
brnska farms, he sold, are being ruined
by tenant farming. The average lease Is
a conspiracy between tho landlord and
tenant to rob tho land. A mora certain
tenure was needed so that more atten
tion would be paid to enriching the land.
F. A. Doby of Snbetha. Kan., read hn
Interesting pnper on "Publlo Utilities."
In a town of 2,000, he declared, rightly
conducted, a municipal plant furnishing
light, water or heat was a success.
Secretary F. I. Ringer of tho Nebraska
Manufacturers' association spok'e on
"The Development of Manufacturing In
Nobraska." The three most Important
matters, he said, were:
Laws that encourage and not discour
age the development of manufacturing.
Successful business men should aid
financially the legitimate struggling In
dustry. Every man, woman and child In the
state should be educated always to buy
and use Nebraska made goods.
This paper was discussed at consider
able length by Ross Hammond, who
somewhat surprised tho association by
stating that from government ro ports of
62,000 corporations engaged in manufac
turing, the average net profit was but
4.17 per cent.
Mrs Koehler Sues
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May 8. Spo
clal.) Mrs. Myrtle Koehler for herself
and In behalf of her two minor children,
has filed a petition In the district court
for $10,000 damages against the Union Pa
cific Railroad company on account o.'
the death of her husband on a Union Pa
cific crossing. Frank Koehler, the hus
band, was struck by 'a train while making
the crossing on a bicycle on May 16, 1912.
Carelessness and negligence on the part
of the company Is the causo alleged In the
John Dohrn was elected president, Au
gust J. Baumann, vice president; and S.
E. Slnke, secretary of the Board of Edu
cation, for the ensuing year. For tho
first time In twenty years two women
members were seated.
James E. Bell and James Abbott, a lad
of 16, were arraigned In police court on
the charge of burglary and delinquency,
the police officers having found In the
residence of the former a large amount of
brass supposedly taken from the Union
Pacific, and having discovered that Bell
and his youthful assistant had assembled
a largo amount of brass and foundry;
bronze at the Glcse Manufacturing com
pany's plant, momentarily in the hands of
a receiver, ready to be hauled away. Bell
waived preliminary examination and the,
lad was retained to await hearing In the
juvenllo court. The tetter's home Is In
OMAHA WOMAN NAMED
ON EXAMINING BOARD
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., May S.-(Speclal.)-
The State Board of Health has appointed
Miss Gertrude Smith of Omaha as a
member of tho Nurses' Examining board.
and Dr. B. A. Meserve of Kearney as a
member of the Dental Examination board.
Piahnrta Seised at Wymore.
WYMORE, Neb., May S.-(Special.)-It
Is 'said that four deputy game wardens
were here the first of the week looking
for traps, nets and trot lines In Indian
creek and the Blue river. It Is said they
round two trammel nets in the creeK and
a number of Illegal lines In the river, all
of which were destroyed. There have
been reports that the river Is helng dyna
mited north of here.
Key to the Situation nee Advertising.
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Man Charged With
Arson Kills Himself
in Fremont Jail
FREMONT, Nob., May ((.-(Special Tele
gram.) John Woltman, who was arrested
at Walnut, la., Saturday nnd brought
to Fremont on a charge of setting fire
to a building nt Crowell last month, com
mitted suicide In tho bath room of tho
county jail this morning by taking car
bolic acid. He had been In the room
for some time when discovered and wns
dead. It Is not known how he succeeded
In getting the poison. Woltman ran a
saloon at Crowell last year, which proved
a loosing venture. The building burned
about three weeks ago, und It appeared
that ha had a big list of debts, a very
small stock and $550 Insurance. Some
cigars and liquors were found with his
household goods, which he had shipped
to Iowa. When arrested a bottle of car
bolic acid was found on his person. He
has a wife and family In Walnut.
Board of Mediation
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, May $.-(8peolal.)-By the
provisions of a bill passed by the last
legislature, Governor Morehead thl aaft-
ernoon appointed the following men as
members of a board of mediation:
F. M, Coffey of Uncoln, representing
tho labor organizations; Robert Cowcll
of Omaha, representing the employers,
and H. E. Relsche of Chadron, represent
ing the people.
Mr. Relsche represented the Chadron
district In the last legislature, being In
the lower house.
LABOR COMMISSIONER WANTS
EXITS AT PICTURE SHOWS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 6. (Special. )-Lbor
Commissioner Poole returned from Bea
trice this morning, where he wont to
look Into certain reported conditions
there regarding picture shows and other
As a general thlnT ho found conditions
fairly good, although there were two
shows which were not observing thn law
HKardlng the placing of red llrttM show,
lng tho rear exits.
The owners of the theaters promptly
agreed to have the matter fixed uo when
their attention was called to the failure,
and Mr. Poole thinks there will be little
trouble In the future.
"All picture shows must 'arrange to
have exits In the rear and provided with
red lights and a sign showing that they
are exits." said Mr. Poole, "There are
about 226 picture theao.'i In the state
and they entertain probtbly 2J5.000 peopl"
a day on an average," continued the
labor commissioner "and I propoie to
see that the law In regard to these places
1b enforced strictly."
SUPERIOR SHOWS FORM
IN GAME WITH CLAY CENTER
SUPERIOR, Neb., May g.-(Bpeclal Tel
egram.)The Superior State league team
played and won Its first game against
tha Clay Center Kan., State fesgue team,
10 to 3. jMelnert was tho star with four
hits the first four times up.
Batteries: Superior, Tnrallkllt, Wor
mack. Rice, Smith, Sweet and Small;
Clay Center, Kynett and Scheld.
YORK MEETS" ITWS FIRST
YORK, Neb., May 8.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Brunnlng defeated the York
State league team this afternoon, 6 to o.
This Is the first defeat for the Prohlbs
this season In eight exhibition agmes.
Yorlt Dlntrlct Court Adjonrna.
YORK, Neb., May 8. (Speclal.)-May
term of tho district court adjourned sine
die yesterday. The Jury was dismissed
and not a case was tried.
Boy Saves a Train
From Burning Trestle
WESTON, W. Va May 8. After a run
of half a mile Robert Brlnkley, aged 10
years, flagged a Baltimore & Ohio pas
senger train In the mountain! near here
today and saved the train from crashing
through a burning trestle. The under
pinning of the structure had burned away
when the boy discovered the fire. The
train, with 1E0 passengers, was halted
near the trestle until a skeleton support
was erected. ,
CLUB HAS BOOSTER SPIRIT
LOGAN, . Ia., May 8. (Speclal.)-The
transcontinental route was a matter that
received special attention by the Com
mercial club here last evening, likewise
the Improvement of the roads between
the different towns of the county. Com
mittees to give the transcontinental and
good road Improvement special attention
were appointed by Dr. M. A, Humphrey,
president of the Logan Commercial club.
The county hospital proposition and the
touring of Harrison county with the
Ames Instructors, June 4, were also dis
cussed and passed favorably upon.
The club decided that It would take no
action looking to the establishment of a
chnutauqua here In deference to the chau
tauquas to be held at Missouri Valley
and at Woodbine' In the coming season
F. II. McCabe, editor of the Logan Ob
server, addressed the club In behalf of
Harrison county and the advantage to be
derived In more effective boosting.
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STATE BOARDJJROP REPORT
Reports Everywhere Indicate Soil
in Finest Condition.
READY FOR CORN PLANTERS
Alfalfa Crop Hlinwn Heat In Many
Yenra nnd I'nndltlniia Promise
neooril Krnlt Yield
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINBOLN, May S.-(8pcclal.)-Hoseate
crop reports have been sent Into the
state board of agriculture from all seo
tlons of hte state. Conditions were never
better In Nebraska, It Is claimed, at this
season of the year.
Hereafter the stato board of agricul
ture will Issue a detailed crop report on
the tenth of each month. The first re
port Is as follows:
Crop prospects In Nebraska are most
flattering for this season of tho year.
hlle tho soil was dry at tho beginning
of spring work the recent rains have
thoroughly soaked the sub-soll while tho
imermiucni snowiaus or March
vented Injury from high winds and
dust For perhaps the first time In many
years Nebraska farmers were surprised
to see the fall wheat covering tho ground
on May 1. The present outlook for a
record-breaking yield Is most favorable.
The generous rains did not flood or do
any damage, according to reports, even
In the bottom lands. During April there
was some cold winds but there was no
damage reported from freezing and
thawing, which occasionally prove very
trying to the voune plants. Mnnv rum.
ments have been made about the beauti
ful appearanco of the wheat fields In all
pans oi mo state.
Reports indicate that nsta urn in m.
cellent condition. Most of the plantings
are Ul With a Uniform stand In nonrlv
all sections of tho stato.
Corn Ground It end)'.
Ninety ner cent of the around Is nlnwiH
and ready for planting.
The recent rains in all parts or the
state along with the accompanying days
of sunshine havo spurred the growth of
Horses and cattle came through the
winter In excellent condition. Dairymen
report Ideal conditions. I
According to reports received by Sec
retary C. G. Marshall of the Btate Horti
cultural socloty, nn unprecedented fruit
yield Is expected. The bloom was never
reported better at this season of tho
year, jsvery tree ana plant is loaucn
with blossoms. Buds were In superb con
dition after a mild winter. The orchards
aro remarkably rreo irom uiseuso anu
there is an encourojtlnc Increaso In tho
amount of spraying In tho orchards. Tho
frosts in April did no namagc. tub
peach trees are in excellent condition
and a large yield Is expected In south
Precipitation during the month of
April was generous. Tho rainfall was
esDeclally heavy In tho central, western
and southwestern sections of the state.
Following 1 stho rainfall at tno various
townB In the seven districts of tho state:
Blair 3.00 O'Neill 3.8.1
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Jiving 2 S6 Stanton S.48
Fremont 1U Tekamah ITl
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Beatrice 2.40 Nebraska Clty...3.1K
Hrnilslmw 3.91 Nelson , tM
Brunlng 1.79 Palmyra S.a
Crete ...1.91 Pawnee City 2.P6
David City 2.90 Seward 3.04
Dubois 2.!1 .Superior l.s$
Bxeter . . 2.M Syracuse 3.11
Falrbury 3.03 Table Rock ..3.11
Fairmont 1.91 Tecumsen 4.0s
Falls City 174 Wahoo Mr
Geneva 2.S0 Weeping Vnter..3.
Harvard 3.31 York ...2.42
Albion S.M Gothenburg 2.92
Arcadia 2.S8 Grand ltland 4.41
Ardeii 4.M Greeley 4.02
shton .....2.Si Kcarnov S.IW
llrowster 2.62 I.oxlngton 1.14
Broken Pow 3.23 North Loup S.K0
llurwell S.M Ord S.fis
Cairo ..3.70 Purdum 2.71
Callaway ...... -2.S7 Ravenna 3.24
Dumas 2.79 St. Llbory 4.10
ram Creek. ,..,.3.97 St. Paul ..8.21
Fullerton 4.21 Watertown 3.35
Alma ,.,.2.M Halglor 97
Beaver City.. ...3.01 Hastings 3.3S
Bertram! ........2.84 Hendley ,..3.4
Cambridge J.W Holdrege 4.12
Culbertson 2.91 Imperial ...1.93
Curtis 4.79 Mliulon ...4.31
Klsle 1.20 Palisade 1.41
Franklin 2.C2 Red Cloud 2.WI
Gosper 2.43 Stratlon 1.33
Grunt ...,1.2 Wauneta 2.68
Ouldo Rack, 2.70
Bridgeport 1.4S Mlnatare 33
Halsev 2M Mitchell S3
Hershey 1.99 North Platte 1.07
Hillside 2.14 Pnxton 2.34
Kimball 6G Scott's Bluff 34
Kowanda 1.42 Sidney 2.79
Lodgcpolo ...... 2.8S
3.40 Hay Springs 178
All once 9,i 1
Curley 74 Klrkwood 2.0G
Fort Robinson.. .47 Mary .............2.04
Gordon .4.W valentine ., 2.94
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Court Bars Divorce
News from Papers
WAT K RTOWN, N. Y.. May 8.-Justlco
Kmerson of tho state suprcm court for
bndo newspaper reporters printing the
evidence In divorce cases, Ihe Justice
said It was the policy of the court to
have as llttlo publicity as possible In di
vorce cases, nnd Inasmuch jm the evi
dence Is alway sealed he did not believe
that It should get Into the newspapers.
COURT ORDERS VERDICT
GIVEN FOR DEFENDANTS
CRKSTON. la., May 8.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Judgo McPhcrson ordered ft ver
dict returned In favor of the defendants
this afternoon In the case of the Bwan
son Manufacturing company, Marseilles,
111., against Reed, Mitchell & Shuts of
Shenandonh, $$0,000 being Involved. Four
other suits growing out of the Swanson
failure against the samo defendants were
begun at once! by Morey nnd Neff, trus
tees, forH15,000; by J. R. Ryerson & Co,,
for $7,000; by thcr Plymouth 8tate bank of
Wisconsin, for $7,003; and by trie Link
Belt company, for $7,000.
A ShootlnK !ernpe
with both parties wounded, demands
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds,
sores, burns, bplls, cuts or piles. Only 25c,
For wile by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
ment. Movements of Ocean Steamers.
Port. Arrlted. IIm1.
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710 S. 16th Straat. Omaha. Nab.
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