Beatrice Daily Sun, September 23, 1910

Beatrice Daily Sun

September 23, 1910

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Beatrice, Nebraska A Strictly NtwiMP^ BEATRICE DAILY SUN. D*vot«J Ic Be«trlc« •»' Vicinity VOL.. 9 IF YOU DON’T SEE IT IN THE SUN, IT DIDN’T HAPPEN.BEATRICE. NEB , FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 19IO. NO. 67 POLITICS AT FAIR Congressman Hitchcock ii ne! May GI Dahlmun ot Omaha Address a Big Crowd ol Voters. ( '< 111 Jit ' ll IPI '-Im’Oc k ;i ml .Mayor I lit Ii I dim ii of Omaha, (lento etui Ie ejt till ilia I O'* Ie J M • • • I I \ cly lot' I ii it Cli Suites senator and govern of, addressed I lie Voters ut till* lair ^rounds vesteribiy iii lertioon. I >;i Ii 1111 it n whs Iii t e iii arriving ill Ills automobile I roto Syracuse, mills bel We ell I ll ll I | llitee illld here having put the rouds in had emi-d it ion t or l ast t ravel. Hie lug e row ii. however, waited patiently jui tin* arrival of the executive id Omaha and at the eoneltisiou nj his sj ieee Ii. the crowd disbanded, though I lie horse racing was not finished, Music was ;i big feature yesterday The Beatrice Military hand wats assisted by inc Wilber hand, iind tin- Cnida,id Cornet hand. winch had appeared the day he fore. w as again on hand. Al AY Terry, donne rat ie county chairman, introduced O ilier) Al 11 it e he ne l\ its the congressman trom the Second district, and who i> iaiw .a candidate tm promotion to I lie upper national house. It w as 11 it coek s influence on I lie floor o| congress that caused tin Balliage! in vest igat ion to la made and brought the matter out el the co n mil t re VV I ■ re it had been referred for the purpose of smothering tin agitation against the secret ary, All 11 it e lime h cong! a1 ulatei the mane., uncut upon the lug crowd iii attendance aud eongia Hinted the people upon leaving their labor OI ii day to meet oh friends and enjoy ii holiday o reer. iii ion. (Md world popple < ;iu gi\ e us some good ideas upon rest The American is too hat wot he I . The two great political parties rcpt’* sent the difference III opiti ion upon public 'illest ions. by tin principles they stand tor. But I here is a third party , which is not organized and which does not hold conventions and which noes not nominate candidates. ll i made lip cd' tile independent vat els, The rank and file of all par s ch -ai one thing, good stilt and national government, though their leaders differ as to tin hest means cd' bringing it about. Tie democratic party this year base its hope for victory upon the in dependent voters. Tim speaker said he would ch vole hints.-If to briefly di.scus.sin national issues, because the oi lice Ile sought would have to do with them. ami the candidate for governor would speak upon stilt iss I I VS. The west would naturally Ii democrat ie instead of republican But ii Wits settled .a1 the close cd' the war by the soldiers. Then leader had been President Lineal and t hey were id t hat I title large ly republican. 'rimes hay changed aud republican leaden ship has changed, and tim repub beauism which we see now is not th:* republicanism which Lincoln Binghi. Populism grew up iii the Western country as ii protest sigil inst I Ik* rule of the repuhl ieaii party. Insurgency of the present the alleged discovery of the north tole aud I lie alleged re vision of i* tilt iff according to the party promise I he present tariff is absolute* x I ort iou iind not stand analysis. he Speake*! showed I im I 1 he re publican plat form has promLed to fix I a iii I lilies so its to coni-ie,mate t he manufaet in ars for 11: I i ll e re* I lee between the* cost of labor iii America and foreign conn des, ii Ile I gi\ e I hem ii I ejisotlil III • I'ofit Look at the schedule* for woolen goods. Iii this country we produce ss( a ii ii h ii ii it I worth of woolen • gone Is animally The lame item is IT per cent of the hob* value of goods produced. Yet lite tariff is not tIm* difl'er-Iieo between tim cost cd’ labor at home aud abroad, not even the est of the labor here. hut is .TS mr ce• ut. Ii is prohibitory ami rives the business into the 1*1111-i.ii of t In* I rust. Today at the Fair Program begins at 2 p rn. Parade ol live stock in ll out of grandstand. Contest ot farmers' teams and draft teams Rices Harness, running and motor cycle races. Trapeze and aerial exhibition. Concert by Beatrice Militaiy band. Fair closes at 0 o'clock the dav • I i! I I    2    2 ii    i    i IL ace* se. it I. Other items were also discussed ti the same milliner aud ii was how ii in ( ach instance 11mt I Im si riff Wits fiir out of proportion et what tile people Were promised >y the republican phi! form would ie done*. lim speaker concluded by showing that the prosperity of the country was due to more sub slantiiil causes than legislation, md that tim prosperity of the oiintry was due to more substan-ial muses than legislation, and that fill that can lie expected of the laws is to make it possible for the wealth produced to go into Hilt ural i hamlets ami nut to be ell verted arbitrarily to make multi-mill intm ires. When Alay "I* Bullit mill finally a n I, cd. Air. T< t ry im roil ime< I him, referring to ins splendid record as sheriff of Baw es corm iv w lien in* cleaned out t Im horse thieves and cal th* rustlers and made the ennui ry safe for peaee-le people to I i \ e in. Ile has been I W ice elected mayor of I he greatest city in the state. Balli in’s speech was delivered iii characterist ie Ba Iii ma n style Ile referred to tile* letter of iiolmrd .Metcalfe offering his slip purl to A Id neb, ami lo the reply eel t im bl 11 el . Tilt sp ca kef lias fought side by salt* with Metcalfe in the democratic party for many years, and they have been good friends. This is a free country. ami every man has a right to lits own convictions, so Al el ca lf has a right to work for Aldrich if lie wauls to. The letter of Aldrich refers lo “I tab him iiism. IL said t hat ' ’ I Jail I ma ti ism pa talons I in* most vicious criminals.'’ Anybody knows that a mayor cannot pardon criminals, though In* eau pardon for misdemeanors. Ile told the story of several of these ease’s. where poor and friendless people* who had been locked up for slight offenses had been turned loose by the mayor. Ile has not been charged with giving these favors to t In* rich and pow erful. hut has the names ami addresses of Omaha ministers who do not join the* campaign against him. lf the ministers would pay more »Utent ion to tlipir religion, they would lo* too busy to dabble in polities It has been charged that lie is not a Christian. Ile described the Christian training of his childhood home on a farm in Texas, and lo his own ( Tm mf inn hmm* and ventured the suggestion ti it wasn't a bad atmosphere for ii 1,1Jt,i |}x,, J,,    J    day    before, the    attendance was Ile predicted that tim    hot ail* |    * ‘ v ‘ > J    better than    might have been merchants w Im were    working i    expected considering the unfavor- I against hun would find    out win u Bpm-    condition    of the weather SEEN AT THE FAIR Beatrice Day Draws Large Crowd iii Spite ol Bad Weather-Racing Program. Tile* second big (lily of the IBIO Cage county fair has passed into liistoi v. ll Wits Beatrice dav. and (although 11le crowd w its perhap , at I    }    (Spceia not unite so large as I hat of th itge resulted however. 'file summaries of races follow : 2 :1 ti I ’ace ; mile. Purse,    s    ll ti I. Sunny dim ......2    2    I    I Col. I Ll vis .......I Prince Al eC l e ger .ti lately .Miller  I Time: 2:IP. 2:17 I 2:IP. 2:2<> 1-2. 11 JI I f Alite Farmers Al ionic ................. .    .:} ;i Budweisei ................J    I Bonnie ................\ . I 2 Boe ......................2    4 Time :    I    lot), I flit. Half .Mile Running. Purse •fid. Sleepy dim, Isl; Bilby C. 2ml. Time. Al lib* Ifjice. Purse *20. Kit. Isl; Sky M-rapei. 2ml: Bbl Ritsly. dis. TRIAL OF GOV CARROLL De the ballots Were counted on No vehibel s. that they had got tin wots i trimming tim I was ever ad Mi ill is) efed to 1 hem. YOUNG AVEY WEDDING throughout the forenoon and a purl ion of the afternoon. The various towns through the county w '-re well represented. An espe- a> i\ a iH'i'iin ut ha - ii leen mack ' 11 bm met hod of cholent elm J Lug the pas! twelve month? ti I i. A very pretty wedding occurred bist (‘Veiling ill -s o'clock lit the hour of All. and AI es, (’liar!' s A\etv. West Court street, it being tile marriage of I heil* daughter. Aliss Edna, to Price A. Young. son ot IL v. aud Alts. .I Iv \ ming of this city. The fill her of the* groom perform.a1 the ceremony. The home wats Insult if idly decorated [or I he occasion, ami id ler tile ceremony* the guests, who comprised the immediate relativ of the young eomile. sat down to-,    , 1    tanners everywhere ;i splendid w veld iou luncheon. I The bride has grown to womanhood in Beatrice, and dining the bist few years has been erne of Cage county's successful yelling chon! teachers. She is a young woman of inn ny attainments ami is lox i el and esteemed by a1! who know her. Tin* groom is-a young man who is full of push ami energy, ami is well worthy of the bude he hits won for a life partner. Alt. and Airs, Young will go to house k <*e* ping ill ii cozy cottage oil Last Elk street, and their host of friends join in tin* wish that their pathway through life will be strewn with roses. emily large delegation came fro!ii I ’ie k red I ami Cortland, headed by tile Cortland band : likewise from Wilber a ti < I Be Witt. with the hand from Wilber accompany dug the crowd I rom those places. I he I a rulers were favored with a lecture oji the se tup treatment I pOU(.,IH>nt lot- the prevention aud cure of C p hem eho]« tm by I)r. t'. II. Xdes. govt-! runout, expert from tin* bu-ieau of animal imlust i v .Moines, la.. Sept. 22.—~ Ii — In the trail of Governor Carroll tin* still • disposed of one of two (| nest ions ii) issue in the ease by tile' admission from Ila* secretary of the slate board of control I bal lie hill I itll 11ii* coit v pomleiiee in regard to I he purchase of certain supplies, and 1 hut Chairman Cownic practically bad not lung to do w ii hit. ('ow the wits on tin* sijual nearly all dav (ness and thai and was subjected to severe cross exaniinat iou. LORIMER WANTS DELAY Chicago, Sept. 22.—t Special i SYSTEM IN DISFAVOR Commissioner Opines that Burden of Increased Earnings Should Not Fall on Shippers. < hic-ngo. III.. Sept 22 e Special 'I’lu* railroads must adjust t heir economical difficult us by some other inca its than by asking the shippers to contribute funds t In ted oi. is I lie opinion of (’oui-iii iss done i* Lam* given today at the hearing, flic railroad officers ami their attorney sought to learn if tile commissioner implied I hut there mils) lie a readjust meld ed* 11n* met hods of financing the systems of tin big common earners of I he count ry. But Lam* ignored their efforts and continued to ask the witness to whom lie had directed his remarks. questions dealing with the amount and disposition of the earnings of the railroad in question, the Chicago. Alilwjuikce X St. Ban!. The witness whose testimony evoked ibis display of tin' commissioner's judgment of the merits ol the railroads plea for higher rales was William Ellis. counsel for tie Si I’a Hi. Ellis had testified that I is (‘‘ nip,‘my was suffi ring from too much Inisi-• increase had meant an increase iii the unit of cost which grew I'a-tee than the unit of income, thereby 11 un ii I cuing the yearly surplus ol earnings. Vice ITosident Gardner of the Northwestern railroad admitted After hearing arguments for amljthnl im Iud. d m the against Lorimcr’s request for post-. company's figure, on operating of lim investigation un-j expenses had ben < xpendod bieldy for stone ballast, bridges. the November (“lection. the sermtorial committee ad-jourimd Imlay until tomorrow j reef ly ‘'■quo I morning without deciding the (pense and new depots, and could iud cor-classed im opera t tog ex - w it Ii loris, ami t riving its TEACHERS NOT SCARCE I*,; leo! ii. Sept. 22 S| a 'cia I State Superintendent Bishop’s nf-iieo give* out the information 1 hid I (melters are* md so scarce this year as they have been in the past. that only two cornily superintendents have asked to have teachers sent them, ami that iii some    eastern counties    there    are used executive clemency in eases    more    qualified applicants for    po- where [he offenses were    small a nil j sit ions titan there are    places    to lite offenders not had    criminals,    "" to familiarize themselves w use and effect. A1 the baby show held in the lh cal hall at 2 odock in tin* af-f >1, oui,!, the prize of $.5 for the pi et! ii si gii I baby was awarded to tm    fotir-and-one-ba 11-inont h- oh! child "f Mr. and Airs. F. IL Keogh of this oily. The eight-MKjiiIb.s-oJd son of All. aud Airs. IG* • Miller, residing in the country mar Beatrice, was adjudged the prettiest baby boy present and awarded the prize* of $2. Tin* prizes were contributed by AY. .J. ease ain! A. AL Ale Alas! e is. No track records were broken dining tin* afternoon's racing program. The program consisted of a 2 do pace. <i farmer s race. half mile running and a mule Blee. The pace was a good eve,it. Sunny dim taking three firsts and two seconds, winning the race. The best linn* made was 2 .17 I 2. I u I lie bist Ii 'at. al ler Sunny d im had first place cinched, it was a close rum* between Col, Davis ami Brince AlcGregoi for second money. Brince AleGrcgor broke his In d th I s on tile si a it , and trailed the bunch on the first half. Ile I i ii ishet I in I Ii ire I j dam* a It cr Ile described tin* morning scene in ii city police court, am In Custer county' the only grave in I it ion exists. There about IOO Buds which are often overlooked rural school teachers are required, by people who chi not live iujaml fully lilly* teachers are vvant-<• if‘ies. {yid who never see I lie im Bai. the reason for the gerald' side of city police courts.    .    I    supply    of    teachers is ascribed by The mayor cairn* out omphat- | S(,hooI men as bott *r wages, a time is a like protest. The west-' iealiy against county option, and isbiekeiiing-iip in other lines id et ii representatives an* in rebel-I staled In* favored home rub* for envp^ivim ut. and better environ lion against the regulars. Kansas. 11 lie cities. Ile is against proltibi jnmrds tor the rural teachers. .Minnesota. Wisconsin aud Iowa have spoken in no uncertain terms. Senator Dolliver of Iowa made* lion. also I he same tiling under different name. Elijah Thomas, aged resident of it stronger statement against the1 against the mayor in his Bice bm tariff I hail the speaker would be the governorship. The union willing to ma Ui*. th* said I bai the doesn't include all the Gnmlui The ministerial union of < biiaha I Brownybile. found dead has decided to make a campaign i building un his Linn. THE WEATHER. Bo I ce ITI I' Id Bai tty cloudy w ith two great Id amis of the year were ministers. Bud lie offered to give probably slut wets Friday. (Illestion, Ii was urged that it Would Im* unfair to force I lie in-dieted legislators to give j es) i-* ii y before t heir t rials. CARDINAL IN OMAHA Omaha. Se*pt. 22.— (Special.—--Cardinal VuiiniiteHi. representative of the pope of Italy, arrived hen* today for a two days' stay. I Ie wats met at the si a1 ion bv a committee of local notables. Ile wits taken ahunt the city' iii an jim Iliad md been tomobile and visited the different Catholic institutions. This evening he was given a rousing public reception. Ile is 11ii* guest while here of I ti,shop Scan md. Attorneys for ti e shippers were .jubilant liver Ila admission, as they claim the railroads art using every item I hey can to prove that tin* roads are not paying expenses. At lot llev ( Milford Thorne, while cross quest hilling Gardner for the shippers, told the comm -shouts that the railroads w< n asking for an increase in freight rates on the plea thai more money was needed to un et increases iii wages, hilt I hat t he w ages of 11n ii’ employes increased. G. A. R T ELECT CHIEF. At lam ie City. N. *L. Sept. 22.— Special -I oh n E.    Gilman of Boston was today elected eom-nuiixler-iti-ehief of the Grand Army of the Republic at their meeting here. The committee* reported against the dollar-a-day pension proposition.    (Ber five thousand veterans have died during the | rn st year. SUSPENDS SENTENCE. Lincoln. Neb.. Sept. 22.—r-tSpe-eiaI - The supreme    court I min v some good driving but was award- .,,Usprml<*il the sentence of John cd second    place    and    second    money.' KMtise to October I wenty-l’ourl Ii. Iii!    judges    setting    (    id.    I Iii vis    blick    Krailse wits recently    convict Clk id lei lilied for tin- reason that his j shoot in- William Kline with driver swerved in front of Brince tent to kilt. Krause was given All-Gregor and took the pole on'years, but appealed. the stretch.    .......................... The    farmers’    nice    went    only1 SON OF BANDIT IN TROUBLE two heats.    Bud Weiser,    a    Bjck.rell    Kansas Citv, Sept. 22.—(Spe- l*o i se taking both and winning ' cia!) —Jesse dames, son of the the race. The mule race was won, bandit, has filial sui! for divorce by Kit, owned by It. Aleints. ’ in court lu re. Ile alleges that his Sleepy dim. owned by C. B. Knox. j wife has frequently threatened won the running race in Lu. - him with a revolver, There we're only three entries iii j thus event. -I. E. Ault s horse.' Hie* steamship I matilla, which dim my Brunson. Hew the track arrived at. Seattle from Nome. coming clown the stretch and brought a cargo valued at tinew Ids rider. No serious dam $1,(KM*,0bth in ‘ive OVER THE STATE AY. L. Howard, who worked Nebraska .jew cli is by bogus draft game, sentenced at Fremont to two ami hall years in penitcu-t inn*. A Bima nee I ha I boga ii in Germany four years ago, culminated in Fremont when Max Topolskv, a barber claimed Elsie Alan/.e), a niece of Carl Brechlin. as Ids In id<‘. Rev. Al r. Rehem of t lie church of the Evangelical association. performed abe cen mony. • I. N. AA’ooster of Beaver City is dead. Rev. A’ig' and wife eclebrnbd I lit* i r silver wedding an iii versa ry at Lyons. 'I'. Ie I laurignn. formerly of Fremont was seriously injured and bis lit I ii son killed in a runaway at .Millstone. Alo. LIGHTNING KILLS TWO. Kimball, Neb.. Sept 22. •■--('Special! Betel' Larson was killed by lightning' lu ro and Giutvge .for-getiscu wats burned to death in a ■haystack set on fire by the same holt. Bolti wen- homesteaders. A $G5,000 FIRE. Belle Fourche. Sept. 22. i Special Fire by light thug (lest roved t la e*i ct rie light plant anil a large I louring mill here today. Tin* loss is estimated at ifTA.OOU. ;