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RED. 0 LOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
BELIEVE IN FiESEBVE
GOOD RESULTS ARE EXPECTED
BY FINANCIAL EXPERTS.
LITERACY TEST IS TO STAND
Congress Will Put Immigration Bill
Up to Preildent Anniver
sary of Penitentiary
Western Newspaper Union Ncwa Service.
Chicago. Optimistic vJowb of tho
probnblo operation of tho federal re
nerve net wcro expressed Friday by
flannnclal experts gathered here for
tho conforenco of tho Western Eco
nomic society. Expansion of general
commercial credit, limitation of stock
ipeculatlon und a general lncreasoof
tonlldenco In tho stability of bnnk ro
lerves woro expressed. Tho only fear
was that a limited period of uncer
tainty might occur during tho read
justment of rclntloiiH between tho
banks and their now reserve centers.
Anniversary of Penitentiary Outbreak.
Lincoln, Neb. Saturdny was tho
second unntversary of tho stato prison
outbreak. Shortly nftcr ' o'clock on
tho afternoon of March 14, 1912,
Charles Taylor, alias Shorty Gray;
Charles Marlcy, alias Morlcy, and John
Dowd, Uireo Inmates of tho peniten
tiary, fought their way to freedom. In
their trail they left behind the dead
bodies of Warden James Oelehanty,
Deputy Warden Henry Wagner and
Usher E. G. Hollmnn. Following the
escapo woro four days and nights of
desperate chase. A running fight over
fourteen miles during tho afternoon of
the fourth day led to tho capture of
one, llvo and two dead bandits.
"Shorty" dray was killed in battle.
Convict John Dowd put a gun to his
head, and Charles Marlcy, bereft of
companions and out of ammunition,
gave himself up. During tho final
struggle Roy Dlunt, a farmer, was uhot
and killed. The capture occurred near
LITERACY TEST TO 8TAY.
Congress Will Put Immigration BUI Up
Washington. Tho much discussed
literacy test will remain in tho Burnett
t immigration bill when It Is presented
to tho senate for action. This was de
cided by tho senato immigration com
mittee, which will roport the bill
favorably. Thero was a suggestion
that tho literacy test bo dropped be
cause of tho risk or President Wilson's
veto, but, the majority of tho commit
tee did not believe tho prosldcnt would
carry his opposition to that feature so
far as to veto tho entire bill. Senators
opposed to tho test will fight it on the
Retailers Elect Officers.
Lincoln, Nob, Officers of tho Feder
ation of Nebraska Retailers were
chosen at Thursday's session after a
balloting that was full of Interest for
iho partial Hat of members that par
ticipated. Those elected wore: Presi
dent, C. B. Plnort of Wymore; vice
president, Q. W. Darner of Bethany;
treasurer, M. A. Hostotler of Shelton;
two-year member executlvo board, A.
A. Anderson of Wahoo; threo-year
members of board, F. II. Barclay of
Pawnee City and J. H. Knowles of
Fremont. Lincoln was chosen for next
year's meeting placo by a voto or 1G8
to 84 for Omaha.
Getting Ready for Bryan Banquet.
Lincoln, Neb. Josoph T. Robinson,
rormor congressman, governor nnd
now successor of Jeff Davis as United
States sonator from Arkansas, Is to bo
one of tho main speakers at tho Bryan
birthday dinner to bo held hero March
19. This was tho first announcement
of the out of state men who are to bo
present at tho event. Reservations for
tho affair aro going forward at a
rapid rato and tho commltteo on ar
rangements forecasts a larger attend
ance than in previous years.
Washington. An appeal for more
money to combat famlno and pes
tilence, which already has carried off
hundreds or lives In Albania, has been
received at Red Cross headquarters
.'rom Henry Morganthau, American
unbttBsador to Turkoy, and W. W.
Peet, treasurer or tho Amorlcan Red
i Cross chapter In Constantinople.
Prohibition for Kentucky.
"Frankfort Ky. Tho Kentucky house
of representatives by a voto of 60 to
32 has passed a bill providing Tor tho
submission to tho voters at tho elec
tion la 1916 of a constitutional amend
ment providing for a state-wldo pro
hibition. Thin bill also makes provis
ion for a stato dlsponsory system for
the purpose of dispensing liquor for
modlcinal purposes. Tho prohibition
bill now will go to tho senato, wliero
It Is expected tho opponents will mako
the determined fight to prevent its
Lincoln. Four hundred nnd fifty
men and women nttended tho banquet
tendered to tho Federation of Nebras
ka Retailers by the Lincoln Commer
cial club, retailers and tahiwra Wm
'Wednesday night. Oovornor Morehoad
spoke of tho development of tho nation
and especially of Nebraska In tho last
decade. Ills subject was: "Five Mln
lotos ot Wisdom," Ho told or tho ex
tension ot the transportation facilities
'and of the agricultural Interests of tho
'stato which in turn affect tho volumo
of goods sold by the jobbers and re
tailers; r "
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
BRYAN FAVORS POSTAL VOTE
GOVERNMENT RAILWAY FOR
ALASKA A FACT.
Hopes to Borrow Election Methods of
New Zealand Committee Will
Western Newspaper Unlmi News Scrvlrn.
Washington. President Wilson on
Thursday extended what ho termed
"fho hand of real helpfulness and
brotherhood to Alaska," when he
signed the bill authorizing tho expen
diture of 135,000,000 for tho first government-owned
railroad constructed by
the United States. Secretary Lane,
a group of senators and representa
tives and members of tho Seattle
chnmbcr of commerce stood beside the
president as ho affixed his signature to
tho act which passed both "houses of
congress by substantial majorities.
Investigating Alleged Lobby.
Washington. Renewal or Inquiry by
tho senate lobby Investigating commit
teo has turned toward reports that
thoro Is organized opposition In Wash
ington, backed by Influential forces,
against the proposed repeal of tho toll
exemption provision or tho Panama
cunal act. Thursday tho committee
examined Charles W. DeKnlght, a
Washington lawyer, who admitted ac
tivity on behalf or his concerns In
favor or toll exemption when tho bill
wns passed, but denied knowledgo or
any lobbying efforts to prevent pnss
ngc of tho repeal bill.
BRYAN FAVORS P08TAL VOTE.
Hopes to Borrow Election Method of
Annapolis. Md. Secretary of State
William J. Bryan In his tnlk hero said
that he hoped that not only would this
country borrow tho Inltlatlvo and ref
erendum, as It has borrowed tlio Aus
tralian ballot, but that In tlmo it would
adopt tho postal voto. Tho postal voto
Zealand allows a citizen.
though away rrom homo, to cast his
voto on an election and have It count-
ed. Tho Occasion Of Mr. Brvnil's stiitr.
mont wnB an address ho mado oh tho
Inltlntivo and referendum before tho
Maryland legislature. A bill providing
for tho measure Is pending. Secretary
Bryan Bald ho believed there is more
"vlrtuo in tho peopro" than ever finds
expression In their representatives,
Lincoln. Many basketball players
from more than sixty Nebraska high,
schools, accompanied by hundreds of
stuuent supporters, took possession or
tho stnto university armory and chapel
Wednesday night nnd Inaugurated tho
fourth annual interscholastlc tourna
ment. Play began at 7:30 o'clock and
for upwards or two hours tho high
school athletes struggled tor suprem
acy. In tho eight gnmos played the
Sutton high BChool team probnbly dis
played tho most scoring power.
El Paso, Tex. Tho order of conns.
cation against tho ranch or General
W. 11. Snymnn, n tlrltlsh subject In
tho state or Chihuahua has been ro
voked by General Villa., Tho news
was recolved In a telegram rrom Cal
vert G. Scoboy, British vlco consul nt
Chihuahua, to a eon or General Sny
man In this city. '
Body Was Recovered by Friends.
Wnalitncrfn-n XT MHHni.i n
hn. Ti a , u"""1 nri80J. El Paso, Tex. Non-payment or tho
botween tho federal government nnd Trn0m ,imnn,i,.rt th nn o ,
tho stato or TexaB over tho recovery
ot the body or Vorgara. tho murdorod
American ranchman. Further stops
demanding tho punishment ot Vor
gara'B assassins will bo taken. This
was tho status or tho case aftor a
cabinet meeting, tho officially accepted
viow being that Vorgara was lured
across tho bordor nnd murdered and
his body was subsequently recovered
by his own frlonds.
They Wanted to Hear Sunday.
Now York. Pollco reserves woro
needed Monday night to establish
order among 5,000 persons who had'
railed to gain admittance to Carnogio
hall, where "Billy" Sunday, former
baseball plnyor and now an ovnngo
11st, mado an nddross. About 3,000
persons managed to got Into tho audi
torium. Tho pollco interrored and
boforo order was ro-establlshcd, am
bulances had to bo brought to tho
scono. Several "women fainted and
a few persons were battered.
TWENTY THOUGHT TO BE BURIED
IN ST. LOUIS FIRE
Retail Hardware Houses Demand Pro
tectlon Additional Troops
Being Sent to Texas
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
St. Louis. Ten bodies havo so far
been recovered from the ruins of the
Boven-story building occupied by tho
Missouri Athletic club, which was de
stroyed Molr. Of these threo were
recovered after tho firemen were uble
to enter tho ruins. Tho other seven
woro recovered previously. Twenty
bodies are thought to be In tho ruins,
making the total death toll thirty. Of
the) ten recovered client havo been Iden
tified. It probably will bo days before
tho ruins which fill tho basement are
completely senrched, and It Is feared
that some of the bodies may never be
recovered. OMclols or tho club, after
entering tho ruins and recovering of
fice records, Increased their estimates
of tho dead to forty-live persons. They
could add no now names to tho list of
missing, however. Mayor Kiel has
ordered tho building commissioner to
hlro 100 men to clear nwny tho wreck
age that the bodies might be recovered
ns soon as possible. Tho men will
begin digging nut tho ruins at once.
Tho city council has ordered a full In
vestigation of tho lire, with a view to
fixing tho responsibility. Tho investi
gation may bo extended to all hotels,
clubs and theaters in tho city to safe
guard them against similar calamity.
Troops Sent to Border.
Washington, Dispatch of two addi
tional regiments or American Infantry
to Eaglo Pass and Laredo, Tex., to al
lay the fears of raids by Mexicans,
and the nppoarance In Washington ol
General Felix Diaz and friends with a
now plan to solve the Mexican prob
lem aro the chief developments In the
Mexican sltuutlon. The troops, the
Ninth nnd Seventeenth regiments,
were ordered to tho bordor at tho re
quest of Sonator Sheppard and Repre
sentative Gnrdnor. Tho latter told the
president there was a good deal of
caBh In tho border banks and Amerl-
rnnn wnntiwl in hn nrnliKlul nrmlnnf
any raid or Invasions which might re
sult rrom sensational overnight de
velopments nt any time In tho Mexi
MAIL ORDER HOUSES MENACE
Retail Hardware Houses Demand
Washington. Charles A. Ireland,
president or the national retail hard
ware association, told tho house judi
ciary commltteo that If country com
munities wcro to exist small dealers
must have somo sort of protection.
He said ho represented tho views ol
15,000 country merchants, whose busi
ness was threatened by mall order
houses. Ho contended for tho right
ot manufacturers to fix retail prices
In tho Interest of country denlors. Oth
er witnesses spoko In similar vein.
iLlncoln, 'Nob. Wholcsomo dissec
tion ot tho methods by which catalog
houses enjoy successful trado rela
tions with country people havo sup
planted, tho flaying of thoso houses In
tho discussion ot attendants at tho
Nebraska rederatod retailers' annual
Delay Execution of Terrazas.
ransom demanded as the price ot tho
llfo of Luis Terrazas, Jr., will not re
sult In the execution of tho prisoner,
according to a tolcgram received from
General Villa at Chihuahua. Informa
tion ns to tho telegram came to rebel
agents, but thoBo added that General
Villa most certainly would expose Ter
razas to the enemy's flro nt Torreon
unless tho prisoner's father, General
Luis TorrnzaB, refrains from political
To Be Made an Embassy.
Washington. Secretary Bryan has
announced thnt congress would bo
asked to rnlso tho Amorlcan legation
In Chile to nn embassy as Boon as the
bill Is passed, which has been report
ed favorably to both tcnato and-houBe,
providing for tho elevation of tho le
gation Vu Argentina to an embassy. It
Is expocted thnt this will bo accom
plished next weolc. It was loarned
that Chile has stood ready for somo
tlmo past to establish nn embassy
hero whonovor tho United States de
sires ono in Santiago.
LINCOLN WINS OUT
TAKES BASKETBALL CHAMPION.
SHIP IN FINAL STRUGGLE.
IN SORE NEED OF ASSISTANCE
Crop Failure In Japan Leaves Many
Destitute Many Perish When
Homes Are 8wept
Western Newspnper Union News Service.
State championship Lincoln. t
Second place Omaha. t
Final scores: Lincoln 21, Omaha 18,
Crete 25, Sutton 11
Lincoln. In tho most spectacular
game of tho entire basketball tourna
ment, Lincoln high won Saturday
night from Onmha in tho finals, giving
tho homo team clear title to the high
school championship of tho state.
Players of both teams fought desper
ately for n lead that was up ami down
during tho whole struggle. It was a
fitting conclusion to tho most success
ful tourney ever held In tho state.
Starting tho preliminaries with n team
that wns not accorded by wise critics
serious consideration, Lincoln showed
remarkable development during the
earlier stages of tho week's ploy, and
she won tho final game 'by virtue of
superior endurance and better play
Many Perish In Flood.
St. Petersburg. More than i,160
men, women and children were
drowned when a terrific hurrkane In
the province of Kuban, nccompnnled
by torrential rains, caused the sea to
rise nine feet. Inundating many towns.
In the town of Achtyrskaja. near the
city of A?of, more than 1,000 persons
perished in their sleep, when 380
houses were swept Into the sea by tho
flood, which came with n mighty rush
and without warning.
IN DIRE DISTRESS.
Crop Failure in Japan Leaves Many
Toklo. The famlno district of Hok
knldo, in Japan, covers more than n
million acres which aro devoted to rlco
culture and general farming; the loss
has amounted to about $10,000,000 nnd
60,000 persons are In need of help, ac
cording to nn official report. It con
"For the past three years the farm
era havo had poor crops and tho fall
ure on account or the frosts this yeat
leaves them In a pitiable condition
Men aro subsisting on straw, tho bark
or trees, acorns nnd buckwheat chaff,
powdered and made Into gruel. Moth
ers living on such food have been
unable to feed their babies and have
mado a milk substitute out of tho hulls
of rice, which they beat into a powder
and mix with boiling water. Tho young
men have left homo In search of work,
while tho aged and the children are
left behind to freeze or starve, unless
outsldo relief is brought to them."
Lancaster County Women Celebrate.
Lincoln, Neb. Lnncaster county, un
der tho leadership of Mrs. F. M. Hall
of Lincoln, county chairman, secured
tho greatest perccntago ot signatures
per population to tho suffrage petition
filed with tho secretary of state Satur
day, and Mrs. W. S. Jay of Lincoln
personally secured tho largest number
of signatures of anyone In the state,
which goes to show that the Lincoln
Bufrragists nro not slow. Mrs. Jay
secured over 2,000 signatures. Ono
hundred and twenty-fivo enthusiastic
women gathered about tho tables at
tho Llndcll Saturday following the ac
complishment of that historic act of
filing tho petition, and partook of
dainty "salads nnd .Ices and rejoiced
with lady-llko hilarity over tho buc
cessful passing or tho first milestone
In tho suffrage campaign. ,
Twenty.flve Bodies Taken from Ru ns.
St. Louis. Tho body or A. A. Hanus
or Chicago was recovered from tho
basement of tho ruins of tho Missouri
Athletic club house Saturdny and wns
Identified by his name engraved In his
watch. This brings tho totnl of recov
ered bodies to twenty-five. Five moro
nre bolleved to bo in tho ruins. Search
will bo continued night and day until
all tho debris Is removed.
Lincoln, Neb. Postofllco offlclnla
havo not yet succeeded In locating the
envelope mntlcd by tho secretary of
tho state board or control last Tues
day, containing February pay w'nrrants
for nil tho officers nnd employes of tho
ponltontlnry. They havo Rome hopo
thnt It may Btlll turn up, as tho on
velopo had the return address of tho
board ofcontrol printed In ono corner.
Tho postofllco authorities think it Just
ns likely that the envelope was mis
directed at the board of control office
nnd that It was thrown by mistake
into tho wrong pouch of mall.
Kill Sunday Baseball Bill,
Albany, N. V. Tho nssembly Judi
ciary commltteo killed tho Quick lo
cal option Sunday baseball bill. The
mea8iiro sowjht to mako provision for
tho granting by local boards ot alder
men of permission for tho holding of
outdoor snorts on Sunday.
Noted Inventor Dead.
New York. George Westinghouso, a
foromost figure In the world ot en
gineering and Inventor of the nlrbrako
that bears his name, Is dead, Ho was
In his sixty-eighth year.
BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA
A tennis association has been organ
Ized nt Plattsmouth.
J. I. Corley has assumed charge ol
the postofflce nt Weeping Water.
The Kalrbury ice plant has begun
operations with a rapacity of thirty
five tops dally
F. V. Gochncr has donated ten pic
tures, collected In Europe, to the Sew
ard public library.
A farmers' cooperative association
has been organized at Tnlmngo with o
capital of $25,000.
The Portland Cement company nt
Superior will begin operations nboul
the middle of June.
Tho liquor license question will be
submitted to the voters or Superior
nt tho spring election.
Twelve carloads of Immigrants and
their belonglngB will settle near Dal
ton. Cheyenne county.
Mrs. Frank Klrkpatrlck at Falrbur
has developed blood poisoning from
the use ot noso glasses.
The Genoa village council has adopt
ed nn ordlnanco making the village 6
olty of the second clnBS.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph 11. Ramsey of
Beatrice celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary last week.
The Nebraska Postmasters' associa
tion will hold its next annual session
at Lincoln, June 9, 10 nnd 11.
rharlcs A. Mohrmnn of the Nellgh
schools has been chosen ns superin
tendent of schools at Seward.
Firo thought to be due to defective
electric wiring caused n loss .of 15,000
In St. Francis academy at Columbus.
Ten cases of diphtheria were discov
ered in one family during n recent in
spection trip of Omnha health officials.
Val Kuska, a graduate of the state
farm at Lincoln, has been appointed
farm demonstrator for Madison
The Upland school board has called
a special election to vote on bonds
for the construction ot an $18,000
A woman, Mrs. Auguste Behrends,
haB been drawn as a petit jurman
for tho next term of the Otoe county
Because ho failed to land a job he
hnd seen advertised. S. P. Cook, 60
years old, suicided by gas asphyxia
tion nt Omaha.
Tho city council of North Platte is
Investigating municipal electric light
systems with a view to Installing ono
to cost $47,000.
The city council nt Geneva has
turned down n petition asking for the
submission or the saloon license ques
tion at the spring election.
(Inge county supervisors have decid
ed not to employ a highway commis
sioner. Tho matter has been under
consideration for some time.
Fred Colton, an Omaha brewery em
ploye, claims to have drank over 2,000
pints of beer In a week a "small one"
every five minutes night and day.
The Harrison Theatrical Co., for the
benefit of good roads, ployed "A Black
Heifer" at tho opera house to a full
house, netting something near $75.
S. It. AnBtlne hns been named aB
postmaster at Tamora to succeed W.
E. Meyers, who recently trndered his
resignation to tho postal department.
Ab Orlo Ernst, near Kenesaw, waB
driving an auto ho had just purchased
Into his garage, oil in the drain pan
caught fire and tho enr and garage
were both destroyed.
Richard Hucrdlne. aged 50 years
died Tuesday nt his homo In Lincoln
Mr. Heurdlno fell off a cherry' tree lr
his yard last July and received n
broken back and since then has been
unable to leave his bed.
After a lively discussion, tho Hast
ings Ministerial association went on
record refusing Christian Scientists
permission to bo represented with n
card in tho church directory nt the
Clarko hotel, which was placed In the
lobby a few days ago.
R. O, Allen, editor of tho Bradshaw
Monitor, wns held up and relieved of
his "roll" during a receni visit to Fair
bury. The hold-up man wns later ar
restod and given ten days.
During a fit of despondency, result
ing from continued ill health. W. S.
Wallick, a retired farmer near Tnmora,
suicided by shooting himcclf with n
Tho 2-year-old son or Bert Newton,
near Brownvllle, was probably fatally
Injured when a shotgun fell from a peg
on thjo wnll and was discharged, tho
load striking him In tho Bide,
A 'movement to establish a country
club Is on foot at Beatrice The sup
porters of tho project plan to lease
extenslvo grounds and to build a $2,
600 club house on tho banks or tho
Art Aflhor was fatally Injured by the
'explosion of a dynamite bomb with
which ho was doing some blasting near
Pleasanton. Two companions wcro
also badly injured.
An nsphnlt paving company has of
fered a priez of $100 to tho member
of tho graduating class of the Uni
versity of Nebraska who writes tho
best essay on "Asphalt Materials for
Participation by Nebrnskn In tho
Panama-Pacific exposition nt Snn
Francisco next year was Indorsed by
tho executlvo committee of tho Nebras
ka Stato Association or Commercial
clubs, which met at Omnha last week.
Anton Vonasek, a farmer living
about eighteen mlleB southwest of
Beatrice, was found dead In tho or
chard at his homo. A physician pro
nounced death duo to heart trouble.
Ernest Mllburn, a baker nt Platts
mouth, badly crushed his hand by al
lowing It to becomo caught In a bread
Becauso ho saved tho llfo -ot Guard
Kennedy in October, 1910, whon nn en
raged convict nearly boat tho official
to death, William J. Holden, convicted
of nn attempt to rob tho Platte Center
bank, has been paroled to his sister In
WOMAN VERY ILL
Finally Restored To Health
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pound. My back
ochcduntll I thought
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nervous feelings and
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losing hopo of ever
being well and
strong. After tak
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Biliousness, Indigestion and Sick Headache
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
"Good Old Tjmes" Again.
Hospital patients or today are bet
ter off thau their ancestors of "the
good old times." Mr. Wheatloy, in
Ills book on "Loudon," quotes from a
Scottish act of parliament of 138G to
the effect that "gif ony man brings to
tho market corrupt swine or salmond
to be snuld, they sail bo taken by the
balllle, and incontinent, without ony
question, sail he sent to tho leper
folko;" and If thero be no lepers then
only "sail they be destroyed utterlle."
The same pleasant custom obtained in
Oxford In tho fifteenth century, where
Till putrid meat and fish was by statute
sent to St. John's hospital.
Hyo Are you really In love?
Slyo Dunno; haven't received Brad
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Dr. rierre's Pellets, small, sugar-coated,,
easy to take as candy, regulate and invip
orate htomach, liver and bowels and cure
Man wouldn't mind being awkward
if he fell Into n good thing occasion
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placo too much dependence on tho
A food for sore bines. Dean's Mentholated
Cough Drops. Ctue coughs, by relieving
the Rorencst 5c at Drug Stores.
A prudo 1b generally a young wom
an who knows entirely to much.
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A bad back makes a day's work twice
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disease takes a grip before dropsy, grav
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