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THK OMAHA Sl'XDAY ttlT.: MAY 9, 1915.
FINED FOR CUTTING
TREES OFTHE STATE
NState Board Issues Order that All
Growths of This Character on
State Land Shall Stand.
BECKMAN TO ENFORCE THE LAW
(From a Saff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May S 3peclil.)-The State
Board of Fubllc Lands lins Just issued
i Georsn Washington crder forbidding
the cutting; down of cherr ytrees or
any other tree on leaded school land
and hag directed I.an.1 t'onimtpuloncr
red Herktnan to enforce the nllrt of
the board nnd compel ccry mn. who
, ruta down a tree to pay X Into the
coffers of the state treupury.
Recently 11. C. Boee of Marian count jr,
who has a lease on some state land, cut
down acme Cottonwood trees on the land
in order that they would not ntand in
the way at alfalfa growing. When Com
missioner lieckman charged him with the
deed he simply said, "l cannot tell a
lie, I chopped down the trees."
The board awatted him JJO each on the
trees and hereafter if anybody cuts down
any treeB they better nut tell tho truth
O'Conner Will Case
Ruling on Monday
HASTINGS, Neb., May 8.-(Special Tel
egram.) Judge Duncan has promised a
tulinfe Monday on the motion for a re
peating of tho John O'Conner will case,
torty rooms In hotels have been reserved
for attorneys and litigants who wlU as
semble here. The grand Jury on. tho
same day will begin an Investigation ot
charges in connection with the case.
NOTES FROM BROKEN BOW
AND CUSTER COUNTY
BROKEN BOW, Neb., May 8. (Spe
cial.) Judge Hostetler has adjourned dis
trict court and departed for his home in
Kearney. One of the interesting cases
f the week was that of Henry f-ptdell,
a farm laborer, who sued for money al
leged to be due him for labor from the
estate of his deceased stepfather, Ferd
inand Bobs. The plaintiff had previously
won his suit in county court and tho Jury
in district court upheld tho decision of
the lower tribunal and allowed the
plaintiff 13,002. A motion for a new trial
was overruled. The heirs to the Boss
tate are not residents of this county, all
of them living in Germany.
At an adjourned meeting of the city
council an ordinance was Introduced and
rdopted covering; the pool hall and bowl
ing alley question. Shortly after three
license, were granted, two of the spplt
, c ants opening- their places of business
the same night.
The County Board of Supervisors this
y.telt acted favorably upon two Sunday
base ball petitions presented by New
Helena and Broken Bow townships.
granting both the privilege of playing
Lall on Sunday.
ASHLAND COUPLE OBSERVE
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING
ASHLAND, Neb., May 8. (Special.)
Surrounded by members of their family,
relatives and Intimate personal friends,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Butler will celebrate
ihe fiftieth anniversary of their marriage
tomorrow at their "home In Ashland.
Richard Emery Butler and Miss Char
lotte Anuetta Rockwood, who are both
natives of Erie county, Pennsylvania,
were united in marriage at Wattsburg,
Ta., on May 9, 1865. Mr. Butler, with his
family, arrived in Ashland, March 11. 1881,
ind has resided here since, Mr. Butler
engaging in blacksmlthing, but has been
retired for several years.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler arc the parents -of
three children. Mrs. Alta Titus, residing
west 'of Ashland; Mrs. Eva Aughey of
Woodbine, la., and Willis M. Butler of
Ashland. They have seven grandchildren.
Mr. Butler la aged 72 and his wife 68
years, and both are in good health.
FOR SM.00N LICENSE
PT'RHVILLE. Neb.. May 8.-(Speeial.)-vJ,consln
The adjourned hearing of the re-
monstrance aralnst the petition of Perry
v. Timmnuin to run a saloon in the vtl-t
tape of Rushvllle came up befon the
board of village trustees this mo-nlng.
Thompson was represented by Judgs Ed-
iniinds and the slgSicrs of the re-
n.onst ranee were represented by A. W.
fritea of 'Thadron. Thompson did nut at
tempt to make a showing that he was
not a proper person to run a saloon and
the petition was withdrawn after a few
legal points were discussed between At
torney Crltea and members of the board.
NATIONAL GUARD IS WARNED
TO Rc S" FNT fW mSftSTFR
LINCOLN, May (fener'al.) Follow
ing ihe announcement of the sinking of
the I.usitania yesterday by German no
riersrt craft. General Hall of the tNa
lionn! Guard issued orders thia morn
ing to all officers and men of the Ne
braska Guard to refrain from a discus
sion of the matter or In anyway to
take any side in the controversy.
News otr from Henlrlee.
- BEATRICE, Neb., May 8. (Special.)
Itoy Scoggin. a Union Pacific firemun of
this city, was seriously Injured at uar
vlsn Crossing. Kan., Friday morning by
fulling from the tender o his engine.
Ho sustain") a fractured skuUs a broken
trn and severe bruises about the body.
The case against Vera Blythe, a for
mer member of the Beatrice foot ball
tiam. who 8 arrested at Alma. Kan.,
List fall for assaulting a neighbor with a
iHadly weapon, was dismissed at that
place Thursday by the prosecuting attor
ity. Trouble arose over a division of
Mrs. Chris Melnts, an old resident of
tin Plckrell vicinity, died Friday after a
veek's illness. She leaves her husband
nnd a week -old babe. She was U years
Thomas ElMs. a prominent farmer
i nd sloek raiser of Gage county, died at
II; home five miles northwest of Beat
rice. Friday evening at k:.K o'clock after
;.n Illness of six months, aged 62 years,
Mr. Kills came here from Illinois in lt-I.
He Is survived by his widow and three
N. P. Monson, Polk
Is Laid to Rest
OSCKOLA, Neb., May .-(Special.)
The funeral of N. r. Monson was held
from the auditorium in this city Sunday
afternoon, the largest crowd assembling
that has ever gathered .here on a liku
event to pay tribute to the memory of
one of their neighbors. Tho services were
conducted by Rev. J. II. Presson of Lin
coln and V. E. Wilson of StromEburg
gave an address on the life, character
and services of the deceased. N. P. Mon
son came to America in 1KU8, homesteaded
in Polk county in 1871 and since that time
had been one of tho most energetic and
enterprising builders which the Scandi
navian fatherland has v sent to America.
He put In the first years in the state
working on the section for the Burling
ton. Later he worked In a store and
finally spent some time in the study at
practice of law in the office of, J. M.
Robinson at Lincoln, in the meantime
doing annual breaking and improving on
his farm. He was married April , 187?,
to Miss Hanah Matilda Anderson of the
former home locality In Sweden and to
them one son was born, Andrew M. Mon
son, who now Is sole heir and manager
of his father's immense estate, Which In
cludes over a section of the best land in
Mr. Monson was well informed and a
diligent student of every question which
came up. Hi was broad minded, gener
ous hearted and tho very type ot man
that the Polk county community needed.
and the large concourse of friends attests
his worth as a neighbor, a citizen and a
man. The body was laid to rest by the
dust of his wife In Osceola cemetery.
NORTH PLATTE COMMERCIAL
CLUB HAS ANNUAL FEAST
NORTH PLATTE, Neb, May 8.-The
annual meeting and banquet of the
Chamber of Commerce of this city was
held Thursday evening in the Episcopal
church. The banquet was served by the
ladles of this church. The secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce presented the
annual report and officers for the com
ing year were elected at this meeting.
E. P. Seeberger and M. J. Forbes were
unanimously elected president and vice
president and the board of directors was
increased from seven to nine members.
The new director elected were F. C.
Plel sticker, J. J. Halllgan, Harry Dixon,
O. E. Elder and W. -ft. Maloney. Super
intendent'' Jeffers of the Nebraska
division of the Union Pacifio and his
chief clerk, J. W. Adams, were guests.
and each addressed the meeting. Short
addresses were also made by several
members of the Chamber of Commerce.
MR. AND MRS. PATTERSON
LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 8. (Special.) Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Patterson left today for W ash
ington, where Mr. Patterson will soon
fake UD his duties as auditor for the
Unitsd States treasury, succeeding TV. E.
Andrews of Hastings.
Mrs. Patterson expects to stop In Wls-
and visit her folks for a time, but
Mr. Patterson will go straight ti rougn
to Washington. Last night a farewelt
dinner was given them by Colonel and
I Mrs. John Q. Maher, Miss Helen S.-h wind
jof Francltas. Tex., and Captain and Mrs.
j A. G. Fisher of Chad r on being present
also. Miss Soli wind will leave for her
home In Francltas, Saturday.
LIVE STOCK QUARANTINE
MOniHFp RY BOARD
(From a Staff Correspondent
LINCOLN, May 8. (Special.) The Live
Stock Sanitary board held a meeting to
day and among other acts lifted the
quarantine on the foot and mouth dis
ease against Minnesota and modified that
against Kansas, lifting from the quaran
tine all peril ot the state north ol the
main line of the Santa Fe railroad.
Trrumurk lllirh Hehonl otra.
TECUMSEH. Neh., May 8. (Special.)
The aenior play of the Tectunseh High
school, "TJp Varsity Coach," was given
rt the opera house last evening to a ca
pacity house. The patta were well taken
tnd the production pleased.
Rev. W. W. Alverson. pastor of the
church, will deliver the
baccalaureate address to the class at the
Methodist church. Sunday evening. May
23. The commencement exercises v. Ill be
held at the Methodist church on Thurs
day evening, May IT. Rev. N. I. Pat
terson, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church of Beatrice will give the address
to the class. There are thirty-five in the
Rifle Clah Formed at North Platte,
NORTH PLATE. Neb., May 8. -(Special.
)Hiflemen of North Platte Thurs
day night organised a blanch club of the
National Rifle association. Application
for a charter was sent in to Lincoln to
day. As soon as the charter Is received
the club will construct a regulation
United States army range in the hllU
south of the ctty. Under the Kahn act
Krag-Jnrgenson rifles and 1M rounds of
ammunition are furnished to such clubs
over the country. The purpose is to
promote marksmanship among the
younger generation. 1i T. J Kerr was
elected president of the local club and
A. W. Shilling vice president.
rOLK COUNTY PIONEER,
DIED LAST WEEK.
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Turns Stamps Back
To State Official
il-'roni a Staff tVircxpomlctit
I.INVOLN. May fSjiocinl. t-Nebraska
has statesman with a ronsolmioc. Till
was disclosed hls mnrmw when Socre
tary of tate lYiol receded a letter from
a certain nwnihee of the Vist legislature
' enclosing f:i In iMaime stamps which' ii
drew over and above what was urd.
; The secretary refuses to give out the
i name of the party who returned the
' stamps, but the following Is n copy of til"
Hear Mr. Tool: I am enclosing Here
with t'nlted States postage stump to the
amount of 1:1, which 1 received from the
state for use In legislative correspond -eme.
and which, were not used. After
the session adjourned 1 attempted to turn
. there into the chief clerk's office. Put
i they suld they had no method of bundling
' the mutter at that time, so 1 simply turn
! these over to you as a state officer to be
used Tor stnte punxis.'S. I am not trying
to get Into the limelight, nnd do not want
sny publicity In this connection. I slm-
I ply find that 1 drew more stamps than
l needed and want tn state to nave mem,
so you simply use these stamps and for
Funeral is Halted
To Permit Inquiry
Into Death of Jones
WAHOO. Neb.. May 8 -(Speclal.)-
While funeral services were beinir held
here over the body of 8. II. Jones, secre
tary of the Hruner Light and Power
company of Houston, Tex., who W"'.,.., i,,, in- rr minn tliiM,
found apparently drowned in the swlm-!b
mlng pool of a Houston hotel, a telegram
arrived demanding that the funeral be
The telegram was from J. Ralles, j
Jones' attorney, and it hinted at possl-'
bllity of foul play. Jones was twice
elected county treasurer of Saurdera
. Examination of the body showed two
bruises on the head, supposedly received,
when ho slipped and fell on the cement
walk Just before rolling into tho water.
State and County
Officials at Outs
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 8. (Special.) Tho peo
ple of Lancaster county refuse to become
very much excited over conditions of
war in Europe when right In their midst
is a condition so warlike that most any
time forty-two-centimeter guns are liable
to be placed on top of the court house
and the capltol dome in order to enforce
tho demands of ihe Board of County
Commissioners upon the treasurer of the
state of Nebraska, and also the demands
of the treasurer of the state of Nebraska
upon the commissioners of Lancaster
It all arises over the Capital National
bank failure several years ago and the
payment of funds to the state by the
county treasurer of the county. The
courts having decided recently thnt the
state was not entitled to the funds,
amounting to t11.12i.J0, the last .legisla
ture passed an appropriation for the pur
pose of paying back the money.
The warrant has been drawn, but State
Treasurer Hall refuses to turn it over
to the county until County Treasurer
Sommerland has paid over to the state
funds due the state on taxes collected
which Mr. Hall claims are duo the state.
In White Slave" Case
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, May 8.-Speelal Telegram.)
The Jury in the Neff white slave case
tried In federal court this week failed
to agree this, afternoon and waa dis
charged by Judge T. C. Munger. U rover
Neff and his wife, with another man now
in the penitentiary were charged with
enticing Nellie Taylor, a 17-year-old Lin
coln girl, to St. Joseph for Immoral pur
poses. Another white slave case Is now being
tried In tho same court In which Earnest
Lowe of Lincoln is charged with taking
Mrs. Nuna E. Stone from Kansas City to
Lincoln for Immoral purposes. Mrs.
Stone is 18 years old and has been mar
ried three years.
CONSOLIDATION OF SCHOOLS
NEAR TRqMBULL LIKELY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 8. (Special.) State
Superintendent Thomas, who attended a
meeting of patrons of Bchoola In and
around Trumbull relative t consolida
tion of school districts surrounding; that
town, returned this morning;. lie says
that the consolidation will likely l ef
fected and will cmhrac-e the Trumbull
district and flvo others aituated near the
town. The town has a population of
about 300 and is situated in the north
west corner of Clay county. , The dis
tricts which come In arc located in Clay,
Hall, Hamilton and Adams counties. Two
rame school bulldinRs In the country
districts will be moved In to Trumbull
nd It will not be ntfceasary to erect
a new school house or to honu tne dis
"It Is certainly a beautiful country
country down around Trumbull," said
the superintendent. The land Is level
and the crops are irrowins; finely. Al
falfa and small grain are In perfect con
dition and it makes one feel mighty en
thusiastic over Nebraska when he rides
through a section of country like that.
Last niKht about 8 o'clock I looked out j
over the country surrounJInK the hall t
wnere we had the meeting;, end in every
direction, I could see brljtht llshts mov
ing" swiftly here and there, ami by the
time the meeting; had beun ovVr forty
automobiles were parked alout the hall."
CHAIRMAN CLARKE LEAVES
FOR HEARING AT CHICAGO
(From a Ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 8. fKpenlal.)-Chalr-man
Clarke of the Nebraska State Rail
wsy commission, went to Chicago last
night to he present it the rloslnjr evi
dence being Introduced fcy the rernon
strators In the freight r-Ue hearing, be
fore the Interstate Commerce commis
sion. Rate Clerk Powell of the N brunka
commission was expe"te to be on the
ktnn.1 niont of the day toiiay. Wednes
day representatives of the western c.oin
inlsaions mill hold A session to dcteimine
Scene from "The Woman" at the Hipp
the action to be tak'n at Washington
before the interstte commission rela
tive to physical valuation of rnliroads.
STATE SOON WILL ENGAGE
IN FURNITURE BUSINESS
(From a Staff Corrr spotidont.)
T.1NTILN, May 8. (SpecPl.1-The Stat
Board of Control has uhotit completed
arrangements to buy the plant, good will
and everything owned by the Handcraft
Furniture company, Mhi.-h has been
manufacturing furniture at the state
Negotiation for the nuichase of the
t tn hnfLTlX not poe its way clear
tn ,v t..e r0p. demanded bv tho corn-
pnny. which at first .was VJN. Later
thev came down tm S.T7.000 and now the
figure which the board will consider will
, in the neighborhood of fJl.miO, the
exact amount to be determined by the
Invoice of the material on hand.
The business has called for. tho use of
about fifty convicts. The taking over of
the plant will " neccsailulc the employ
ment of a manager, bookkeeper and fore
man, though It is possible that the two
latter who are now with the-company
will remain, the manager staying only
long enough to break in a new man.
Drake Wins Dual
Trak Meet from
IOWO CITY, la.. May 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Drake defeated Iowa in a dual
meet here today, 66 to W. Summaries:
Dash, 1 Yards Shearer. Drake-, first;
Lucy, Drake, second; Davidson, DraKo,
third. Time, 0.10V
Dash, 2M Tatds Shearer. Drake, first;
Lucy, Drake, second; llitr.nkk, lows,
third. Time, 0:i.
Dsi.b, MO Yards Johnson, Drake, flrct;
Watson, Drake, second; Rock. Iowa,
third. Time. 0:fi3.
Hurdles, 2a0 Yards Shrader.' Iowa, first;
Ponnel. Drake, second; McCuy, Drake,
third. Time, Drv!8.
Hurdles, 13n Yards Shrader, lows, flnt:
Jernegan, Drake, second; McCoy, Drake,
third Time. 0-1CHV
Ilalf-Mile Run Watson, Drake, first;
Smith, Drake-, second; Parsons, lows,
third. Time, 2:(tt.
Two-Mile Run Hartman, Iowa, first;
Thomuf. Drake, aec.ond; Scott, Drake,
third. Time, 10-28.
Mllo Run Thomas, Drake, first; Franke,
Iowa, second; Avery, Iowa, third. Time,
Pole Vault Shrader. Iowa, ttrst: jerne-
gan, Drake, second; Smith. Drake, intra.
Distance, 10 reet Hicnes.
Discus Osrretson. Iowa, first: Dutton,
Iowa, second; Krull. Iowa, third. Dis
tance, 121 feet i1 Inches.
Mllo Relay Forfeited to Iowa to catch
Italf-Mlle Relay Drake, lowa. -nine,
ShotpuS-Krull, Drake, first; Garretson.
lowa, second; Huston. Iowa, third. Dis
tance, 38 feet W Inches.
Itroad Jnmi Shrader, Iowa, first; Lucy,
Drake, necond; Carson, Drake, third. Dis
tance, 20 feet l-i Inch, v
Riley of Mitchell .
Wins Honors at Meet
SCOTT'S BLUFF. Neb.. May 8. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Gordon Riley f Mitchell
won first honors at the track meet here
today, whining fortv-flve' points out of
sixty won by Mitchell. Scott's Bluff won
second place, und Kimball Westervelt
second position of honor.
NORTHMEN PLAN TO TAKE
RUSS TRADE FROM GERMANY
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
AMSTERDAM. April 25.-The Kiel roi
reapomlcnt of the Kolnlsche Z( Hung re
ports that steps tire being; taken In all
the Scandinavian countries for capturing;
the hutfo Russian trade which hitherto
has bran regarded as completely In Her
man hands. Industrial end commercial
men In Norway, Sweden and .Denmark,
are endeavoring; to ham the Russian
language, while In Norway tumla have
been appropriated by the Stock exchange
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SACRAMENTO, Cal May S.-Uosolu-tions
"relative to the president's request
or an expression of public opinion," on
the sinking ot thu Lusltanla were Intro
duced In the California senate and as
sembly today and referred to committee.
The resolutions read:
"Resolved,'- That the legislature oon
vey to President Wilson the message
that Its people will endorse whatever
action, no ' matter bow severe ho may
deem .warranted and that legislature raise i
Immediate steps .to. Increase the strength
of the navy for adequate protection of
tho honor of tho nation and the lives
of its clttzons.
Cable is Laid from
England to Russia
A BKRDKKN, Scotland, April 21.-U hail
become known that a direct cable has !
been laid between KnKland and Russia I
for governmental purposus. Hturtlug at
Peterhead, a seaport on the most east
erly side ot Aberdeenshire In Scotland, it
runs across the North Be a, along the 1
coast "of Norway, , round the North Capo
and Into Alrxandrovsl tn the White Boa.
Tho cable is said. to lie loimcr vhan tho
Atlantic cable between hn Ml 1 mil
America, and It It said to have been com
pletely laid in cloven days: .
FOOT BALL MEN DO NOT
FLOCK TO THE COLORS
(Correspondence of The Associated rress.)
LONDON, April 15,-Only 122 profes
sional foot ball players out of . some
l,sm in the league teams have enlisted
tn the Foot Ball buttallon, which . was
organized for the express purpose ot
bringing this class of professional ath
letes to tho colors find ot breaking up a
sport which Is supposed ' to have a bad
effect on the recruiting campaign,
"The laxity of foot ball professionals
ar.d their following has amounted, to al
most a public scandal," states Coionel
C F. Grantham, commanding the bat
talion. "I am aware and ha ve proof
tl at tn many discs directors and man
agers of clubs have not only given no
assistance In getting these men to Join,
but have done their best by 'their, ac
tions to prevent It. t will no longer b
i a party to shielding the want of patriot
ism of these men by. allowing the nubile
to think .they have joined the Foot Ball
buttallon." . .
AGED PEASANTS TAKE UP
THE FARM WORK IN FRANCE
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
OKNKRAL HKADQl'ARTERH. British
Army, France, April 26. The peasants of
France, assisted by the women and chil
dren, have gone valiantly and diligently
ahead with the farm work wherever op
portunity offered, so that spring find?
every Inch ot agricultural country, bar
ring those strips of no-iuun's land between
the trenches of the opposing armies,
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Tltl'MAN Blt'K, V. Pre.
K. It t;KTTY, Caahler.
FOUCl AVOTIOW SALE.
In Met or.lai re with tl i-ovlsinns
of I lie Himiiin of NebrsHka. 1 will
hpII at imlillo sut'tlon al I lie pohre
court room, Klnventh and IkkIkb
at reels. In the City of Omaha, Hmi
of NehrHsks. at 1 o'clock F. M
TliuiHday, May 27th, IHlii, all un
cleanied rersonHl property which
may have Ixen In the posiesalon of
the police inaylHtrute or chief of
police, six months prior to saM date.
Thin vale incliidt: nil kinds of K'Hviis
HUch cullerv, t.h'ycleH, lismees,
wstclies, tlresH aomis, rlothlnv,
iMinks. rrtps and revolvers. All sold
without reserve tn the liluheNt caMli
Mddrrs. Coins and aet bAi'KaliiM.
1'riH'ends of the sale turned in to W.
l l I 're. treaxurm Tollca llellef and
k. w. ovwm. caisf f roUo.
The piano of today is no
loniror simply an article of
furniture n rarely" or
lH'VT used musical instru
ment. Instead, it is a pi
ano that every member of
the family can play;
bringing even-one the fas
cinating ability to person
ally create music; making
the beautiful and inspir
ing works of Heethoven,
Genuine Aeolian Pianola Piano.
Food keepers. Ice Savers.
Sanitarv and odorless.
$8.50 to $37.00
Sop' the patented Notary Flame
device of the age.' We connect
our prices, quality considered.
"If you buy It of rlitnale It's right."
it a medicine
Rochester, N. Y
All Under One Roof
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