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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Beatrice, Nebraska IF YOU DONT 1KB IT IN THE IT DIDNT 0 NEB FftlDAY FAIR 67 Congressman Hitchcock and May er Dahlman ol Ofnaha Address n Big Crowd oi Congressman Hitchcock and Dahluuin of demo clalic candidates respect ively for United States and govern addressed voters al the fiui groiindN yesterday ail Dahlman was late in hisr anlotiuihilo from rains between thai place ami here having put the roads in bad con dition for fast The big waited patiently for the arrival of Ihe executive of Omaha andfit the eouehisiou of his lie crowd though hehorse racing was not Music was n hiefeature yester The Beatrice Military band was assisted by tho Wilber and the Cortliiiid which had appeared the day be was again on conn Gilbert its congressman Second find who now a for promotion I hem a reasonahle Ml Ihe schednb for o the upper national was I lilcoeks influence on floor of thai caused n to It the made and brought tin matter out of the where il hud been purpose of smothering agitation against the Hitchcock congratulated tin mamiSfe crowd in attoiidancc and ulaled I upon leaving their labor of to old friends and enjoy a holiday recrention s world peoples I ho a lleged discovery of the north pole and the alleged revision of tho according to the parlys present tariff is absolute extortion ami not sjand speaker showed hat the re publican platform has promised to fix rates so as lo pensate the mauuiaclurtys for the difference between the of la in America and foreign conn and giv hook woolen In this country we produce 10 worth of woolen goods The la bor Hem is 17 per cent of the whole value of goods Yet the tariff the diffor between the cost of labor a I home and nor even the cost of Ihe labor bill is 5S per 11 is prohibitory and gives the business into the eon 1 nil of I he I Other items were also discussed in I he same manner find it shown each instance that Hie tariff was far out of proportion to what Hie people were promised VF jy SHJk Today the Fair Program begins al 2 m Parade live stock in front of Contest of farmers teams and draft running motor cycle Trapeze and aerial Concert by Beatrice NBlitary Fair closes at I he names and addresses of Oma ha ministers who do not join Ihe campaign against If the min islers would pay more to licit1 they would be too busy lo dabble in It has been cluirgei s not u be The speaker upim big can fve us some Komens upon The American is too hard a The two Kreat pfilitieal parties the difference of opin ion upon public by Jim principles they stand lint there is a third which is oreaniseed and which does not hold which does not nominate is nnul1 up of the independent vot The rank and file of all par r desiie one and national tlumgh dilfoi1 as to the best concluded the prosperity the was due lo more siib slanlial causes than mil hat the prosperity of the country was due lo more substan tial causes ban and Ihat dl that can be expected of Ihe laws is lo make il possible for the wealth produced to go into natural channels ami not to bo di verted arbitrarily to make multi Mayor Dahlman final ly Terry referring to ins splendid record as sheriff ly when he cleaned the horse thieves and cattle rustlers and made the country safe for peace able peojile lo live lie has boon twice elected mayor of the greatest city In the Dahl s speech was delivered in characteristic Dahlimm He to letter of Richard Metcalfe offering his sup port1 to ami to tho reply of the The speaker has fouglil side by with in the democrat le IK leseribed the Christian training of his child hood home on a farm in find to his own Christian home and ventured the suggestion it wasnt atmosphere for M e not air working out against him would find Ihe ballots were counted on No vember thai they had got the worst I rimming Ihat ad ministered to YOUNGAVEY A very pretty wedding occurred last evening at 8 oclock at tlie home of and Charles West Court if being the marriage of their Miss lo Price son of and Vouiig of this The fill her of the groom performed I The home was beautifully dec orated Ihe and af Sf AT THE FAIR Beatrice Day Draws Large Crowd Spite of Bad The second big day of Ihe Iflll Gage county fair has passed into It was Heat rice and although tile was perhaps not ipiile so largo as that of tlie day the attendance was even bolter than might have been expected considering the unfavor condition of the throughout the forenoon and portion of The va rious towns through the county wore well An espe cially delegation came frolu find Corf headed by Uu band likewise from SViibei and Do with the band from accompanying the crowd from those farmers wore favored with on the seruiji treatment for prevention and cure of hog cholera by export from lin age roMilled t The summaries of Ihe days races follow 2 Pace Sunny 2 1 I Davis 2 Prince McGregor 1 I 2 hady 4 4 Time 1 Half Mile Karmors Minnie Mudwoisor Bonnie Doc Time 1 1 Ha If Purse Sleepy Baby Mule Purse 1st 2nd TRIAL OF DCS the trail of Gov ernor Carroll the slate disposed of one of two fit issue in the case by the admission from the secretary of tho slate board of control that he had all I ho corres pondence in regard to 1 ho pur of certain and Chairman Cownio practically had nothing to do with Cownio was on the sland nearly all day and was subjected to severe cross means of bringing Tho party this year bases its hope for victory the in dopjciidont speaker said he do votif lo briefly discussing national because Hit of fice t he sought would have to do with and the candidate for governor would upon Tho wesl would naturally bo democratic instead But it was settled at close of by tint Their leader had been President Mliooln and hey wore a hat iino largo ly Times and wpuhliwui have the now is not ship Juis linnniHiu wlikji we I he republicanism Populism yrow up west urn country as u against jho rule if the re tho tiuio is u This west ire rebel mid luwn and they have been good This is a free and every man has a right to his own so Metealf has a right lo work for Aldrieh if ho wants Tho letter of Aldrieh rofors to He sail that Oahlmnnism pardons tho most vicious Anybody knows that a mayor cannotpar don though he can par don for lie told the story of several of these whore poor and friendless people who hail been locked up for slight offenses had boon furmul loose by the lie has not boon charged with giving thosp favors to tho rich am but has used executive eleiueiiey eases whore the offenses worn small aijd Iho offenders not bad llo described tljc morning a oily and prosontod fads which often morUmked by people who do not Uyo ijtio tho in of Rapid advancement been mttdo wifl tor ho ceremony Ihe who 4 comprised the immediiito u 1 of the young sat down tp splendid wedding The bride has grown o hood in and during last few years has been one of countys successful young school She is a young woman of manyattainments and is loved and esteemed by all know The groom isi young man who is En Ifof en is well worthy of the biido he has won for a part and Young will go tn housekeeping in a coxy cottage on ftast Elk and their host of join in the wish their pathway through life be strewn with method of cholera cure dnr g the past twelve am everywhere are striving to familiarize themselves will it use the baby held in hi at in the i the for the prettiest Hirl baby awardci to liouriiMilone halfmonth TEACHERS NOT n in sido qf polie mayor ctunio our cuuphat htlUotl HIM ftpiutit Stale Superintendent Bishops of fice ghoji out the informal ion that teachers are not so scarce this year as I hoy have been in the hat only two eotiiity superin tendents have asked to have teachers sent and Hud in some eastern counties there are more ipialiiiod for po sitions hull there are places to In Custer county the only gravo condition There about UOO rural school teachers are and fully fifty teachers are want Tho reason for gorator supply of toaohors is asoribod by men as bolfer a O home ii of of and Keogh this Tho eight son of and Mrs residing inthe ooiin try noar was the prettiest babyboy present and awiirdeU jho of Tlu prixes were contributed by Pease and No track records were broken during the afternoons racing Theprogram consisted of a farmers half mile running a nude The pace was n good SunnyJim taking three firsts and two winning tho The hosttime made was In the last Sunny Jim had first place it was race between Davis and Prince MoGn gor for second broke hobbles on A he si art and bunch on ho first finished in third after some good driving but was award ed second place and second Hie judges soiling Davis back to third for the reason thai his drjvoj1 swerved in front of Prince LORIMER WANTS Special After hearing arguments for and iigrtinst Lorimcrs reipusl for post ponement of his investigation un I il after the Xovombor the senatorial committee ad until tomorrow deciding Hie If was urged thai if would be unfair lo force the in dicted legislators to give lesti inony before I heir CARDINAL IN Vanuulelli Special representa live of In here today for a two days He was met al be station by a committee of local Ik was taken about the city in HM ai tomobile and visited Hie differeii Catholic This over ing he was given a rousing He is the guest bore of Bishop ELECT Atlantic Oilman o Joston was today olocled com iiandcrinehiof of tin Cram uiy of the Republic at then Heeling Tho coiiuiiittiH re mrlod against the lonsion Over five veterans have died dui ng the past lo0U Ihe pole on The raco wont fh SHUJC tiling ujidw n A SUSPENDS I supreme court today nspondod ho sentence of John lo October was recently o shooting William KHno with in tent u KiKiisc given Iivi but SON OP BANDIT IN TROUBLE ItitsuJig bdlh jwjj Tho IUIK fjiod fjijil ior by uwnoil by in puiut ajlogftM Commissioner Opines that Burden of Increased Earnings Should Not Fall on railroads must adjust their economical difficulties lis some other means than by asking Ihe shippers to contribute funds is Hie opinion of Com missioner given today at the The railroad officers and Iheir attorney soughl lo learn if the commissioner implied there must be a readjustment of methods of financing the svs leins of Hie big common carriers f Ihe Bill Lane ignored Iheir efforts and continued lo he witness lo whom he had direct his fpicslious dealing ivilh the amount and disposition if Iho earnings of he railroad in Ihe Milwaukee t The witness whoso testimony his display of the com nissionors judgment of the mer Is of the railroads pica or higher rates was William 101 counsel for the Us had testified that his company was suffering from too much busi ness and Ihe increase had meanl an in the unil of cost which grew faster than Ihe unil of hereby threaten ing the yearly surplus of Vice President Gardner of the Northwestern railroad admit ted included in companys figures mi operating expenses been expended chiefly for stone and now and could not cor rectly be classedas operating ex Attorneys for the shippers jubilant over Ihe as they claim Ihe railroads are using every item they can to prove that Hie ronds are not Attorney Clifford while cross quest inning Gardner for the old tho commissioners that the railroads were asking for fin increase in freight rales on the pica thai more money was needed lo meet Ihat Iho had not increases in but wages of their employes been OVER THE worked Ne braska jewelers by bogus draft sentenced ill Kromont to two and half years in ponitun A romance thai began in Ger many four years culminated in Kriinonl when Max n barber claimed Klsie niece of Carl as his Rekow of tho of the Evangelical asso performed Wooster of Beaver City is Vig and celebrated Ihoir silver wedding annh ersary it formerly of IVomont was sorioijsly injured ind his little son killed in a run at MOHTWNG KILLS Larson killed bj hero and G was burnod to on fire by tins
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