Omaha, Neb., Feb. 10.- Ueports hroughout the State show mach loss of ife during' the storm of Sunday. The roung wife of Milton Cummings, near iushville, f roze to death within 100 yards of the house. The body as round in a snow-drift after böiïLg twenty-four hours missing. At Kearney Eddie Chedester and Steve St. Peter, 14-year-old boys, were overeóme by the cold while hunting. and their bodies were Eound at noon in a ravine. At Chadron M. L. Lissent, a pioneer, lost his life while for his stock. Many others who were out in the storm are missing and are thought to be dead. Hundrcds of cattle perishod. Kailroads are still blocked. Relief expeditions have been sent to the destitute counties. Rai-id City. S. D., Feb. 10.- The names of the young man and woman who perished on Box Eider divide in Saturday's blizzard were Grant Bay, a young ranchman, and Meta (ray, a school-teaohcr living at Sturgis, Mead County. Bay and Miss (ray left this cityin the height of the blizzard against the protests of friends and it is supposed their team got away while they were looking for the roatl. The country is sparsely settled, and losing their way in Sftturday's storm meant death. Dr. Jones and wife, of Ilill City. reported lost, arrived Monday afternoon.