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0. B. HALE, Publliatr
TO i THE FARMER
GOVERNMENT WILL STUDY FOR
EIQN RURAL CREDIT SYSTEM.
SCHEDULE "K" IS APPROVED
Wilson-Underwood Bill Governing
Woolen Tariff Approved by Houie
Suffrageto Parade New
Washington. The farmers of tho
country aro to bo their own blinkers,
If plana of government olilcluls uro
realized. A long stop was taken to
ward tho realization of thin Ideal when
a commission of over ono hundred
men set sail for Europe tho Inst of
April to study tho operation of rural
credit systems In vogue on the con
tinent. Tho Importance of tho Amer
ican farmer Is now thorouhgly recog
nlzed by the government.
SuffrageU Parade 20,000 Strong.
New York. Tho nrmy of women
suffrage murched up Fifth nvenuo Sut
urdny nfternoon i!0,000 strong to the
martial music of the MarsalllcR from
forty bands. In uniforms of white,
gloaming with yellow streamers, they
paraded In the heat of midsummer
nun for three miles from Washington
squnro to Fifty-ninth street. A forest
of yellow banners appealed for "votes
for women" to nn unbroken wall of
spectators, estimated at a quarter of
HOUSE APPROVES SCHEDULE K.
Payne Substitute Amendment Lost by
Washington. With ranks Intact and
tho republicans split, tho democrats of
tho houBe. by a vote of 103 to 71, ap
proved schedule- K tho woolen rates
exactly ns written In tho Wilson-Underwood
bill. Ily that vote they rejected
the republican substitute for the en
tiro schedule offered by Itepresenta
tlve Sereno 1'nyne, tho republican
tariff veteran. No other amendments
Salazar Forced to Evacuate.
El Paso, Tc. Federal fought fed
crnl at Casas Orandes In a clash be
tween mutinous anil loyal Irrenulnr
troops of the same command. Oeneral
Joso Inez Salazar and his followers
were forced to evacuate tho old town
when attacked by 200 of tho mutin
eers. Snlazar's loyal men retreated
to New Casas Orandes, on the .Mexi
can Northwestern railway, after los
InR nlno killed and several wounded.
Endorses Arbitration Treaties.
St. Louis. Mo. The attltudo of the
present national administration which
plans to provide for tho settlement of
International disputes by negotiating
treaties for unrestricted arbitration
with Great nrltaln. Franco and other
countries was endorsed by the fourth
American penco congress In session
hero. Provision for the Investigation
of disputes by means of n commission
of Inquiry beforo war Is declared, were
' Fiscal System Revolutionized.
Washington. D. C Tho fiscal sys
tern of tho United States governing
deposits of federal funds In national
banks has been revolutionized by Sec
retary McAdoo of the treasury depart
ment In nn amendment that all gov
ernment depositaries, whether actlvo
or inactive, bo required to pay Inter
est at the rate of 2 per cent per an
num beginning Juno 1, upon deposits
of the government.
To Have Successful Fruit 8eason.
Lincoln, Neb. nellof that Nebraska
is to have one of the most successful
fruit reasons It has ever had benefits
from is expressed In a statement
mado by Secretary Marshall or the
state board or horticulture. And
while natural conditions are destined,
as fruit growers believe, to make larger
returns from this state, marketing
conditions cro nlso to bo vastly Im
proved over years gone by.
Lincoln. Jack Robinson, a laborer
working on tho construction of the
new concrete stack at tho A street
well was badly hurt when nbout two
tons of concrete fell on him from a
height of flfty-flvo feet. Robinson was
working at tho foot of tho stack,
vending up the concrete which was
poured Into tho form fifty-five feet
nbovo him, when the form gave way
and tho mass of rrcsh concreto
dropped. Robinson was almost burled
under tho mnss. Ho received severe
Injuries around the head and his lower
limbs were Injured.
Portland. Ore. Land stipulated to
bo worth t30.000.000, nnd estimated by
experts to have a value or ?40,000,00l)
to $fi0.000,000, has been taken rrom
tho Southern Pacific Railroad company
and returned to tho federal govern
ment by order of .Tudgo 0. K. Waiver
ton In tho United States district court.
Tho famous Oregon-California land
grant case, involving moro than 2.300,
000 acres, will bo carried now to the
circuit court or appealB, sitting In San
Francisco, it Is practically certain
that tho case will go to tho United
StateB court ror final adjudication.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
CONGRESSIONAL MATTERS OF
MORE OR LES8 INTEREST.
Summary of the Dally Transactions
of ths National Law Makera
The Senate. Not In session; meets
Territories committee continued Its
hearing on Alaskan road problem.
Tho House. Resumed reading or
tariff bill for amendment under five
inlnuto rule, taking up wool schedule.
Representative Henry Introduced
resolution for u good roads commit
tee. Adjourned to Monday.
The Senate Not In session; meets
Ways and means committee began
hearing Alaskan railway problem.
The House Rending tariff bill un
der Ilve-mlnuto rule for tuucnrtincnt,
agricultural schedule being complete
The Senate President Wilson sub
PaBRcd Dupont resolution calling
for report from secretary of war on
retired officers and their civil employ
ment. Passed Ilorah resolution calling on
tho secretary of war for n report on
chnrges of human slavery in tho
Went Into executive session to con
Senntor Cummins Introduced a bill
to merge tho buronu of corporations
Into a trade commission with power
to Investigate tho observance of tho
Senator O'Oorman Introduced n bill
empowering tho secretary of war to
glvo a medal to each surviving union
and confederate soldier of tho battlo
Adjourned at 4:05 p. m. until noon
The House Resumed reading of tar
iff bill for nmcudment on flve-mlnute
RopreBentntlvo Hobson Introduced
bill for creation of parental court ot
the United States, to have Jurisdiction
Tho Senate Not in session; meeta
Joint congressional committee con
tinued Its hearing in Investigation or
foreign buying of American tobacco.
Tho Houso Resumed reading ot
tariff bill for amendment under five
Representative Neely Introduced
resolution to direct attorney general
to proceed against Missouri Pacific
railway to collect $n,:i(J0,000 growing
out of financing original line.
Representative Hrltton Introduced
bill to repeal toll exemption provis
ion of Panama canal act.
Adjourned at 11:1-1 p. m. until 11 a
Kaglo Pans. Tex. Officials of the
Cnrranza regime have announced
from the constitutional headquarters,
Pledras Negras, that General Trucy
Aubcrt, the Hucrta leader In north
west Mexico, had Joined forces with
Governor Carranzas. Reports from
Mexico City that tho Huerta generals,
Trucy Aubert and Rabago, have Joined
tho revolutionary movement In north
NJvxIco have been brought here by
constitutionalists. Another report
stated that General Iopez, campaign
ing with Aubcrt, was negotiating to
Join Carranza. Rabago is fighting n
different branch of the constitutional
ists. Washington. Tho Japanese Invas
ion of Nebraska during tho laat decade
Ib the most significant rnclal change
shown In tho bulletin of tho bureau or
tho census respecting the ethnic com
position or Nebraska's population.
There were only two Japancso In the
stnto In 1890. Thero wero only three
ten years later. Tho census or 1910
San Antonio. Tex. A warning to
Americans and othpr foreigners to
leavo tho City of Mexico while thorn
still Is rail connection with the coast
has been Issued hero by a representa
tive of tho Carranza government. Tho
noto asserts the constitutionalists arc
preparing to ndvnnca
Lincoln. Tho 'stnte Is now running
with very little cash funds at Its .lis
posal. The monthly roport for th
close or April shows $542,000 on hand,
or nbout jfio.000 moro than a month
ago, but theso figures are misleading.
Most of this Incrcnsc, and most of the
supply of cash funds Is In tho tem
porary school fund, which cannot, or l
not, drawn upon for any other purposo
than the regular apportionment. This
condition will bo relieved when tho
May real estate tnxes are paid to tho
counties, anil the state's sharo Is for
warded. Acquiring Land by Dubious Methods.
Hugo, Okla. V. Uronough and Ed
ward L. Heed were arrested here on a
charge of attempting to poison Kills
Wood, a full blood Choctaw Indian,
with tho alleged motlvo of acquiring
his land. Tho arrests followed a year
long Investigation by olllcers of nn al
leged system by which many Indians
nro said to have been poisoned by per
sons who wanted tho Indian lands,
Twelvo ensos in which Indians have
died undor mysterious circumstances
have been Investigated and other ar
rests are expected.
MANILA BAY ANNIVERSARY!
IS NO LONGER IN THE EXPERI
Surviving Officers Celebrate the Day
With Dewey Chinese Republic
Officially Recognized De
serts to Enemy.
Washington. After nearly four
months' experience with the opera
tion of parcel post, the ottlcials of tho
postofflco department declare that It
has proven a great success. Tho peo
ple of tho country uro more than
pleased at having cheaper mall serv
ice, and tho olilcluls and employes
who operate It have found no trouble
In handling tho Increased volume of
mall with about the samo facilities
they hud before tho now law was
passed. There are somo complaluts,
of course, but those do not outweigh
the compliments. The chief objection
raised by patrons, say postolllco de
partment olilcluls, Is the limitation of
eleven pounds. In spite of this arbi
trary barrier, however, the gist or re
ports that come to Washington almost
dally from every part of the country
Justify the wisdom of those who made
parcel post possible.
Official Recognition of Republic.
Peking. Tho presentation by Ed
ward T. Williams, charge d' affaires of
tho American legation, or the formal
recognition by tho United States of
the Chinese republic was made nn oc
casion of much ceremony. Troops
lined tho street between the American
legation and tho winter palace. Sec
retary Williams drove through in a
presidential carrlago with an escort
or Chinese troops and accompanied
by tho Btaff or tho legation. Mr. Wil
liams made a brier speech and hand
ed President Wllson'B message to
Yuan Shi Kal. Tho latter responded
In a rew picturesque phrases. The
Amorlcan visitors then were enter
tained at luncheon and shown over
the historic Mnnchu quarters. Many
high Chinese olllclals were present.
Mexico also recognized the Chincso
MANILA BAY ANNIVERSARY.
Surviving Officers of 8ea Battle Cele
brate with Dewey.
Washington. Twenty-ono of the
surviving officers who fought under
Admiral Dewey In tho battle of Man
ila bay celebrated the fifteenth anni
versary of the famous battle hero on
Thursday at the annual reunion of
tho Boclety of Manila bay. The offi
cers. Including Rear Admiral Asa
Walker, whe commanded tho cruiser
"Concord" ami t' only survivor of
Dcwoy's fleet cnptalns, gathered
around the banquet table to do honor
to Admiral Dewoy, president of the
society. Personnl reminiscences of tho
battlo were given by the diners.
Brussels, rtelgtum. Competent
economists reckon tho money exhaust
ed by the recent strike for equal sur
rrago at $20,000,000. This, the social
ist leaders declare, has been well lost,
tho country thereby winning equal sur
rrago. To Investigate Benlngton Fire.
Omaha. It Ib believed that two
tramps, one or them a Mexican, In a
spirit or vengeance, set the fire that
swept the business center or Benning
ton, seventeen miles northwest or
hero, and which ror a tlmo threatened
to wlpfi out the town. Nine buildings
altogether were burned, four of them
being totally destroyed. Tho ngcro
gate loss Is estimated at about $17;
000, tho greater part of It covered by
Insurance. Sheritr McShano has been
asked to Investigate
PJ1 raso, Tex. Unlike Captain
Kldd's buccaneer?, FrnucUco Villa's
Insurgents rofuuo to bury tlielr booty.
With them over steep mountain trails
they nro carrying nearly $100,000
worth of sllvct" and gold bullion,
weighing nearly a ton. This was ro
ported by Amerlcnn ranchmen arriv
ing hero rrom tho Madera district,
where Villa Is operating. Tho trens
uro was captured soveral dnys ago
from a Mexican Northern train bound
for Chihuahua City from the Guerrero
DON'T TAKE KINDLY TO CARAN
ZA'S FINANCIAL SYSTEM.
Agricultural Teachers In Great De
mand Bold Train Holdup at
Kansas City Protest
Washington. Foreign merchants In
Sablnns, Alende, Mezqulz and other
towns In Conhulla will close their
shops at onco on account or General
Carranza'8 decree forcing his paper
money Into circulation. Tnxes hnve
been raised 20 per cent to finance the
Cnrranza campaign. Tho situation In
Acapulco Is reported grave, and there
Is widespread disorder throughout the
state or Mlchnoacan. Reports In CIu
dad Poroflro Diaz Indicate that the ad
ministration forces under Generals Lo
pez and Campos arc slowly marching
north on Monclovn. General Trucy
Aubert Is said to bo at Lampanzos. No
opposition worthy of mention Is report
ed to have been mado by tho Carran
zlstas. Protest Sunday Postoffice Closing.
Washington. The most voluminous
petition ever received by the po3tofTlce
department hns been submitted pro
testing ngalnst Sunday closing or post
offices to "tho transient pouulntlon of
the United States." Tho petition
weighed twenty-ono nnd a fourth
pounds. Signnturo of tens of thou
sands of people In nil wnlks of life.
Including those of the governors of
Michigan, Wyoming, Colorado, Mlnno
sotn, Maine, Iowa, Delaware and New
Hampshire wero affixed. It was urged
by the petitioners, "In behair or the
transient population of the United
United States, commercial travelers,
thoso cngnged In theatrical pursuits
and others whose business pursuits
make It compulsory ror them to travel
that special provisions bo mnde by the
postoffice department for the delivery
of mall on Sunday."
GOVERNMENT WANTS TEACHERS,
Agricultural Teachers Are Needed for
Washington. The United States bu
rer.u of education haB Issued an appeal
for agricultural teachers In high
schools. The bureau Incidentally
pointed out that whilo the salaries of
tho majority of male teachers In the
nigh schools average only $700, the
teachers of agriculture were receiving
$1,200. "Lack or teachers." la tho ex
planation offered by the bureau for the
higher remuneration for those who
teach agriculture. "Not only la It
found that the average pay or Instruc
tors in agriculture Is higher than or
other teachers," says tho bureau, "but
that teachers who are able to rvlvo
such Instruction In addition to regular
work command better 6nlario3 than
they otherwise would and nre more
llUely to bo ndvanced to prlnclpalshlps
than ir they had not specialized In ag
riculture." Eagle Pass, Tex. A decree Issuing
$C.000,000 worth of paper currency has
been made public by Governor Car
ranza, the conEtitutonallct war leader.
Tho paper Is to be redeemable after
the constitutionalists obtain control
or tho nntlonal government. A person
refusing this paper or trying to en
force Its acceptance nt a discount Is
decreed liable to Imprisonment.
Washington. Exports rrom the
United States to five principal coun
tries of South America Brazil, Ar
geutlno, Chile, Uruguay and Peru
gamed nlmo3t 12 per cent during tho
first nine months of the present fiscal
year, as compared with the samo pe
riod last year. Imports from those
countries Increased only fi per cent ns
shown by figures prepared by the bu
reau of foreign nnd domestic com
merce. Tho exports of this yenr
totaled $94,300,000; against $84,000,000
last year; tho Imports, $145,300,000,
Have Recovered Ninety-four Bodies.
Pittsburg, Pa. When the emer
gency crow of tho Pittsburg station of
the government bureau of mines was
withdrawn Saturdav from tho Cincin
nati mlno of tho Pjttsburg Conl com
pany near FInloyvllIe, Pa whoro nn
explosion occurred on Wednesday,
there had been ninety-four bodies re
moved and two miners taken out alive.
BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
A two-year-old stallion at tho Desh
ler horso show was Bold for $750.
A new bank, to bo started by R, A,
Harvey, has been assured to Ohlowa
Tho State Woman's Suffrage society
will open organization headquarters at
Wheat around Salem gives prospect
of the best crop that has been raised
Bishop Beecher confirmed a large
class at tho Episcopal church at Al
York county's fruit prospects nre
better at present than for many prlot
years at this season.
Tho Odd Fellows at York celebrated
tho ninety-fourth nnnlversary of the
birth or the order Monday.
Heart failure caused the sudden
death of Perry Emery, n Gngo county
pUmeer. nt his homo In Beatrice.
A book agent has been working the
citizens of Hemmlngford for a dollar
each on a bogus subscription deal.
A little child of Ed Wlttwer, near
Salem, fell from n disk and was run
over, cutting his face and leg badly.
Tho demand for dwelling houses at
Salem I3 far In excess of tho supply
nnd renl estate prices are Increasing.
Work on the new $10,000 Gcrmnn
Lutheran high shool and business col
lege at Dcshler Ib progressing rapidly.
J. A. Gee has been appointed by
Governor Morchrad ns flro warden,
for Albion. .Mr. Gee is a veteran fire
man. Dandelions seem to bo mobilizing
on the Btntehouso grounds nt Lincoln,
mnklng all kinds or trouble for the
Ed McComas. Rt years old, was so
badly trampled by a herd or cattle
near Auburn that his life Is de
The York Gas company has mado a
voluntary cut In tho prleo and con
sumers will now get gas for $1.50 per
Governor Morehead has been asked
to name a date during tho present
month for statewide observance of
August Meyer of Deshler was badly
Injured when he got caught In the
drive belt of nn engine he was using
to run a corn sheller.
Burglars entered tho California
Plume company's store at Lincoln.
Wednesday night, nnd carried away
about $3,000 worth or plumes.
R. E. Truax, superintendent Of the
Shelby schools, hns been elected su
perintendent or the Kimball county
high school ror the coming year.
The York Woman's club held tho
last meeting or tho year Mondny
afternoon nnd gave a dinner to tho
members which was largely attended.
A number of enterprising citizens
or Albion got busy nnd set out a string
of maple trees along the pnrklng for
several blocks, Including the two
blocks occupied as school grounds.
Tuesday, April 29, was "good roads"
day In Dlllcr. All tho business houses
were closed for the day nnd practic
ally tho entire male population Joined
with tho farmers of tho surrounding
territory and worked two miles of
Tho committee In charge of enter
tainment ror tho Nebraska state voun
toer flro association tournament, to bo
held In Atlianco Juno 25. 20, nnd 27,
hns completed Its program. AbouJ
$2,000 In prizes have already been ar
The large dam and reservoir, eight
miles west of KJmbnll, will get Its
first real test this spring and summer.
Most of tho land to bo Irrigntcd will
be cultivated this year and In n short
time sufficient wnter will bo stored to
meet all demands.
Prof. Hardy W. Campbell, Burling
ton farm demonstrntor, will rarm six
ten-acre tracts according to his' meth
ods close to Hemingrord this summer.
He Bays that section ts well adapted
to his methods of soil culture nnd ex
pects to show tho farmers how they
can more than double their yields.
Tho record price for land In Burt
county wns made when twenty acres,
unimproved, on tho Miller estnto near
Oakland was sold for $270 nn acre.
Fred Wagner of Loulsvlllo hns
brought suit ngalnst n couple of
neighbors for $5,000, alleging libelous
statements regarding his character.
State Inspector A. M. Voss, arter
nn Inspection of the Blnden schools,
reported to tho board of education
thnt tho work being dono In the
schools Is up to tho standard re
quired by the state university and
that Bladen will bo an accredited
A Jail delivery at Fremont wns frus
trated by tho timely discovery of. a
lot of tools, Jteys and saws some of
the prisoners had managed to accum
ulate. Hebron schools hnve started a cam
paign among tho children to Interest
them In helping keep the town clean.
A league known as tho Junior civic
league has been organized.
Rev. Thomas F. B. Smith, pastor bl
tho Presbyterian church or York, has
been selected ns a delegate to attend
tho World's Christian Citizenship
coherence which will be held In Port
land. Ore.. June 29 to July 0.
Tho Flower Girls' mission, a Fre
mont young women's orgnnlzntlon that
furnishes flowers to the sick In hos
pitals nnd elcewhere, will glvo n May
J. L. Klump or Broken Bow lost a
couple of fingers when they como In
contact with tho knives or a planing
machine ns ho nttempted to shut off
In Nebraska thero arc at tho pres
ent tlmo nbout 2,700,000 bearing npplo
trees. In 1912 theso produced more
than 7.000,000 bushels or npples, nbout
six bushels apleco ror each man,
woman nnd child in the state.
GET BUSY WITH CHAFING DISH
Many Delicious Concoctions May Be,
Prepared for the Late or Sun
day Night Supper.
A light, but fairly substantial edible,
served piping hot, directly from a chaf
ing dish, adds immensely to tho in
formal Sundny night supper. Creamed
salmon is delicious and is easy to pro
paro in a chafing dish. Use the hot
water pan first, brown a little butter
and sprlnklo crumbed bread Into it,
turning over until crisp. Sot these
crisped crumbs nsldo and proceed,
with tho blazer pan, to mnko a sim
ple bechamel or cream sauce, first
melting n tablespoon of butter, stir
ring in a tablespoon of flour and add
ing a ecnnt cup of milk. Season this
fairly-thick whlto snuco with salt, pep
per nnd a few drops of lemon Juice.
Stir In a can or salmon and when
Bteamlng hot nnd ready to servo, shako
over tho top tho browned crumbs The
creamed salmon may bo served with
out the bread crumbs, but they add an
appetizing flavor, suggestive of tho
browned crust over a hot dlbh pro
pared In the oven.
Cream of Celery.
From the Caterer wo tnko the fol
lowing recipe, nnd for family use each
can reduco the quantities to suit.
Even in using tho leaves and poorer
parts of ono head only the recipes ot
the best chefs will be n good founda
tion for experiment and adaptation
Remove tho outside stalks from 12
heads of celeiy, keeping the hearts to
be eaten raw. Cut up theso stalks in
small pieces, wash well, drain and set
In a pan with a piece of butter; cover
tho pan nnd cook over a slow fire.
When tho celery Is nearly dono,
moisten with ono 'gallon of lightly
thickened chicken or veal stock, al
low to cook ror 15 minutes, and then
rub through a fine sieve; pour tho
boup into a clean pan, let boll and
clean rrom scum. Season with salt,
popper and a pinch or sugar, and be
fore Bervlng bind with ono pint of
cream, six eggs and four ounces ot
butter. Serve small fried crusts of
Instead of Potatoes.
A dietitian, talking with a woman
who was lamenting tho potatoes cut
from her diet list, advised her to sub-i
stltuto macaroni. As this Is usually
supposed to be fattening, directions
for cooking It must be carefully fol
lowed. Ily boiling the macaroni an hour and
a half, the dietitian says, tho injuri
ous ingredlentB nro converted Into a
food that Is nourishing, yet without
starch. When used In a diet for obes
ity, It must not be dressed with milk,
merely with n little butter, salt and
Tho woman thus advised ate maca
roni each evening for dinner, instead
of potatoes, yet lost 20 pounds In two
Nothing Doing for Him.
A well known but broken-down De
troit newspaper man, who had been
n power In his day, approached an
old friend the other day and bald:
"What do you think? I have Just re
ceived tho prize Insult of my lire.
A paper down in Muncic, Ind., offered
me a Job." "Do you call that an In
sult?" "Not tho Job. but tho salary.
They offered mo twelve dollars a
week." "Well," snld tho friend,
"twelve dollars a week is better than
nothing." "Twelvo dollars a week
thunder!" exclaimed tho old scribe.
"I can borrow more than that right
here in Detroit."
!.., 4 aNftfck..M
Examine carefully every bottle of
uah ruuiA, a sare ana sure remedy for
Infants and children, and aee that It
Signature of QutJyA&jtZfjA
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caatori
A friend of my six-year-old brother
told him that his mother had a new
fan which was hand-painted. "Pooh,"
said my little brother, "our whole
The true egotist is the man who
Imagines he is attracting attention to
his particular lino or comedy in a
crowd or baseball rooters.
LADIKR CAN WEAR 8ITOEH
one else smaller utter using Alton's Foot
Em, tho Antiseptic pmvdtr to ba shaken In
to the ihora It make tight or new shoes
feci easy, alves rot and enmfort. Refuse
substitutes. For FUES trial package, ad
drcia Allen S. Olmatcd, La Roy, N. Y. Adv.
Probably -the hardest thing for a girl
to do when sho is being kissed by a
young man is to mnko him believe
that it is her first experience.
$ To Women
Whether It'a from builneaa car.
household drudgery or overfraquent
child-bearing-, you need a Restorative)
Tonic and 8trength-Mng Nervio
Is recommended aa such, having been)
compounded to act In harmony with,
woman's peculiarly delicate and senil.
Your Drucglst Will Supply Yoy
A toilet pre pamtlon of merit.
Far Reitiirin Cnlnr mn A'
Beauty toCray or Faded Hair.
ow. una n.wat i-rumrm.
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