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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 7, 1903, Beatrice, Nebraska A STRICTLY INDEPENDENT PAPER DEVOTED TO BEATRICE AND VICINITY YOU DONT SEB IT IN THE IT DIDNT VOLUME SATURDAY NUMBER 179 ACCIDENT AT ROCKFORD Miss Mary Grace Injured by Falling Against Window at Her Special to the Daily Sun Miss Mary who has been employed as stenographer by a firm at for the past five met with u very and painful accident yesterday just before noon at the home of her and who reside about three miles southwest of this While she was engaged in par ing potatoes for she was visited by a She set her work aside and was about to ex change when in some manner she slipped and fell against the her right hand break ing the glass and cutting a long deep gash in the palm of the Noble of was immediately summoned and dressed the Fears are entertained that Miss Grace will not regain the full use of her which would inter fere greatly with her present em Her many friends hope that the accident will not result and Mesdames Jobr Louie Gran and Simon The club meets every two weeks and will be entertained next and Louie ENTIRELY TOO NARROW It is becoming more and more apparent every that in the selection of Mickey for gov ernor the people of this state made a While Mickey was applauded when he refused to dance at an inaugral it was not that people ob jected to but that he pro fessed a religion that forbade and people admire But his last break is of a nature to set people to He says in substance yljat unless the state university made a re ligious that unless the teachers are members of some de nominational that he is li able to cut en the While the attitude of the gov ernor on this point might be all right as a director of the Weslcy an it is all wrong when coming the governor of a The state university is support ed by the taxes of the people of all as well as by the taxes of those of no denomina If they want their children instructed in doctrines they will them to sectarian and that is what the governor ap peals to be trying to make of the university of BEATRICE MAN IN ROMANCE William Fisher Marries Widow o Wealth on Short Ham Fisher of anc Mary a widow liv ing east of were married today by the The marriage was a great surprise and the story oJ their meeting has a tinge of ro They became acquainted by means of a correspondence be gan through a matrimonial but never met until last when Fisher came here to see his fair He drov to her introduced himself and the short acquaintance was so favorable that when he proposed he was Eckrote owns a line farm and is No such person as William Fisher is known in this DEATH OF HORHAM Horham of editor of the Globe and postmaster at that died yesterday morn ing after a lingering illness of tubercular aged 48 Horham located in Gage county in 1808 and for many years has been a prominent business man of He was a gradu ate of the Peru Normal college and served as county superin tendent of Gage county for two He was the republican nominee for county treasurer of this county in 1S95 and was de feated by Jacob Klein of this Horhams many friends throughout Gage county will re gret to learn of his He is survived by his wife and three The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the Presbyterian church at THE CHRISTIAN THAT IS THE QUESTION We are in receipt of the follow ing communication which explains itself and furnishes food for Editor Morning Sun Dear noticed lately in three of your late editions of the morning pieces In each of those notices it spoke of the mothers of those that they should see to them whore they were at Now in all kindness I should like to ask where the fathers of those hoodlums It was even spoken of in the pulpit that moth ers should know whore her hood lums were at Now in all mercy give these precious moth ers a rest and give a little account of the A CLUB ENTERTAINED The members of the Married Peoples club were entertained by and Simon Thursday The evening was spent in story and Light refreshments were served and a merry good time As Glory in The Clara Blandick has won much praise for her fine in terpretation of this most difficult Miss Blandick has a most win ning is young snd at tractive in entering into tha spirit of the part with realism which at once captivates an The entire cast of The Chris tian is said to be in most capable and in the presentation of the piece at the Paddock Monday the production will be com plete in scenery and forming a perfect IN POLICE COURT Elmer who was run in by Oflicer Hall Thursday was ground through police court yes terday morning to the tune of and costs on a charge of disorder ly He couldnt pay his tine and consequently will be ob liged to work it out on the streets and about the city The stranger claiming to hail from Pawnee was fined and costs for being He paid out and was TELEPHONE CQMPANY AT OU BOIS The town of Pawnee has now independent telephone company with a capi tal stock of The ineorporators are Oscar John Otto Joseph TEACHERS MONTHLY MEETING Interesting Address Delivered by Prof Bruner Before Teachers on Insect Notwithstanding the inclemen weather yesterday most of the city teachers attended the regulai monthly meeting held in the Higl school room at 3 The meeting was addressed by Bruner of who spoke on some of the interesting features of insect and more especially the habits of the One of the particular points tak n up by Bruner was the care of plant Ho said that in the fall of the year the ants gather the eggs of plant lice and store them iiway in their nests during the winter and when spring omcs they take the eggs near the surface of the ground where the heat of the sun hatches The he place the lice on he roots of weeds and the lice suck the juice from the plant which makes the honey The lice secret the honey dew which the ants and in this way they are paid for taking care of he eggs of the Another thing brought up by Bruner was that as civil zed have lost our powers of observation from He was of the opinion that nature itudy would bring back the power more thoroughly see things around During the course of his re narks the speaker dwelt briefly on leaf dragon or snake and his ad dress throughout was of a very ntertaining character and thor oughly enjoyed by the Bruner will address the eachers here again in one month in nature WOMANS CLUB There was an exceedingly good program at yesterdays meeting n charge of current topics de Hardy and he department of parliamentary with Merrill as lead There was also a large attend ince for so inclement an after forty ladies being A very delightful instrumental jiece was given in by Military by The topic of the af ter 10011 and Hardy gave a few very in eresting statements sent by the Nebraska Literary ne being that there are in the tate thirty traveling They have been in operation ourteen months and during this ime they have been in fortyseven ilaces and thirty Each f these libraries contain forty and are allowed to re nain three months in one place wentyone libraries report There are three per nanent Osceola nd There are also wentyseven free public libraries n Nebraska organized under the tate library During the past two years have been ontributed to the cause in he Carnegie has con ributod to libraries in seven ilaces Has South irand Island and A Nebraska woman has also iontributod to the libraries at York and Falls Lucille Cobbey read a apor on the JBpoks of paper contained the follow ng interesting statistics Works I fiction have largely predomi nated in Wiggs I the Cabbage and MTbe White py in cellent one international encyclopedia and some good biog raphies have been Five American writers have died dur ing Norcrossgave a very fine character sketch of Andrew Car Merrills an account of The First Free Pub lic Library in the United was exceedingly interesting and a picture of the building was Among the great treats of the afternoon was Abells paper on The Relation of Public Lib raries to Public a very fine paper replete with interest ing Also the whist ling solo by Frank which was in a high degree charm and Miss Stanwixs vocal was also very The parliamentary con ducted by was ex ceedingly amusing1 as well as in The club extended its thanks to Moser and other musicians for adding so much to the profit and enjoyment of the none of them bo ng members of the MEETING AT ELLIS A Large and Enthusiastic Gathering of Farmers to Further Consider the Elevator A large and enthusiastic gather ng of farmers was held at Ellis yesterday to further consider the proposition of Peavey to srect an elevator at that station will hold bushels of There were over one hundred of the best farmers in the neigh borhood and all appeared o take kindly to the VIost of those present signed for one or more of the 3ach agreed to act as a committee f one to secure so that the vhele number will be taken with ut As explained to the certifi cate guarantees to the holder the ight to have his grain handled or tored at a very low and heso rights are likely to become as the price at which the rain is handled is less than a armor can afford to put it in his awn bin The matter will be further con idered and the business probably jlosed up on Tuesday BOARD OF EDUCATION GUILTY OF ASSAULT Board met in the office of Albright last Those pros ant were Smith and The president appointed Duncan to act as secretary in the absence of Committee on claims made its roport on teachers salaries and upon motion of ro ort was Superintendent Stephens recorn nended that owing to the condi ion of Miss Frys thnt Miss Foster be assigned to the fourth grade in and that Vliss Fry be given the place in Smith moved tlwt the rec mmendation be Motion Motion was made that the board jrant the schools a spring vacation of one the date left to the liscretion of the Motion Board KIRKPATRICK RESIGNED who has been snown the science teacher in he Beatrice High has re tnd will go to Chicago to ry his luck A real estate Jqtfc That is the Verdict of the Jury in the Benbrook Case as Rendered The trial of Ben brook for shooting Johnsons office door full of was terminated The testi mony was all in and the lawyers made their talks with the exception of the county at who closed yesterday and the case was given to the at 10 Under the instructions of the if the jury wore not satis fied beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was guilty as charged in the they were to find him guilty of an as or acquit as they After he ing out six hours the jury returned the following ver dict We find the defendant not guilty in manner and form as harged in the but find the defendant guilty of Upon the result being made Benbrook received levcral telephone and many per sonal besides of fers of financial He was permitted to go at iberty under his former und as he haa three days in which to file a motion for a new ourt will not pass sentence until the expiration of that The statute fixes the penalty for assault at a fine not to exceed or imprisonment in the county jail not more than three A great deal of the bitterness that seemed to exist at the time of appears to have died and Benbrook has more Mends than when he was first BOYS LITERARY SOCIETY The held its regular meeting last night at the home of Secretary An interesting program was after which there was much discussion over several ques The program for the next meet ing will be that im migration into the United States should be Affirma Joseph Elmer Hil bourn and Leonard 1 Life S ketch of Mil let Electricity ray Life of Metx The next meeting of the asso ciation will bo held at the home of Sam There will be big roundup and wolf hunt over across the Jefferson county line on Thursday February The south lino will be the Rock Island rail road the east line will bo the sec tion line one milo west of Ellis the north lino will bo the lino of the Kilpatrick and the west lino will be the old Plymouth The center will be on sectioii 11 There is plenty of game in this territory and a good time is Everybody is welcome to come and enjoy the A change of time will take place on the Hopk Island road tomorrow by which the passenger trains will pass in the The passenger train going will leave Beatrice at in the the west bound train will pass here This change ia raade in the interest of ry tp the Mifc m te go AS TO FATHERS We print a communication this morning from A ia which she asks Where were the fathers of those of which we have had occasion to speak frequently of The question suggests the thought that if fathers took more inteicst in the boys there would bo fewer For some reason we have become accustomed to shirking our share of the responsi bility of the government of the or rather impos ing all of that duty upon tho While there is no homo without a and while tho early in fluence of home life as impressed by the mother is the most lasting of impressions for it is jowardlyfor a man to shirk his share of the responsibility upon he and at the same time expect her to overcome tho evil in lucnce of a bad example set by iho We really are wot in tho proper frame of mind right now to defend the father who neglects to help in work of raising his and will have to defer the answer o A Mothers question until A more convenient YOUNG PEOPLES SOCIAL UNION Considering the weather tho at endance at the meeting of the Young Peoples Social Union in armory hall last night was The program opened with a selection by a chorus under the direction of which was followed by a well ren dered trig by Bartling and Both of heso numbers were well received heartily applauded by the Next on tho program was the chorus from Bohemian rendered by tho chorus in tharge of which concluded the musical part of the This number was ar tistically rendered and the singers showed the result of good train Several who were to appear on he program were unable to be present on account of the inclem ent The remainder of the evening was devoted to social diversions d and an enjoyable time was had by the young people in A LABOR BUSINESS MEETING Beatrice Federal Union 10692 mot in regular session in the jarpenters hall last evening and a strictly business meeting was It was decided to hold the charter as a number who could not be present wish to af The initiation fee remains the Arrangements were made to print tho aims and objects of the organization so that have a thorough understanding of the This will be done early next A vote of thanks was given to tho caipentors union for the free use of The organisation is in a healthy and growing The torcst that is manifested shows that Beatrice laboring men alive to their welfare and to stand help one build up trado help pres ent industries and aim to get It is a movement that u to the city and onw sure to be of benefit to all interested in the wel fare of labor and all it t
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