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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
FIGHTING FOR WATER
COLORADO AND WYOMING AC.
QUIRING VALUABLE IRRI-
ALABAMA TO BE DRY STATF
Prohibition Bill Vetoed but Repassed
by Legislature German Armed
WetiKirn Newnpnpur Uiilun Nev.u Hcivlto
Lincoln, Nob. Nuhraskn's western
irrigated lands will lose their prlco
low water and tho runners in that
part or Uie Htato will faco ruination
sulta brought boforo tho United
States supremo court by Colorado and
Wyoming aru decided In favor of those
6tiiteK. Uotb states have taken the
position that all water In their streams
( belongB to tho people of tho state by
vlrtuo of tho stale constitution, and
that tho water can bo tukcu and used
as tho people of Ihoso respective
Btatcs see lit, If they can substantiate
v this claim they will bo enabled to uso
all tho wator in tho North Platte,
South Platte and Republican rivers,
and render Uioso streams valueless
for irrigation purposes by tho people
C Nebraska. The Western Nebraska
irrigation association havd iMJtltioned
the governor and nttornoy general to
tako imincdlnto stops to protect Ne
German Surprise Frustrated.
London. An attempt by a German
erulsod squadron to repeat tho attack
recently mado on Scarborough, tho
Hartlcpools and Ilrltlsh coast towns
was frustrated Sunday by tho British
patrolling squadron, and in a running
fight tho German unnored cruiser
luocher woa aunk and two German
fcattlo crniscrn were seriously dam
aged. Tho British Bhips suffered only
Blight Injury. So fnr as is known only
323 of tho Bluechor's crow of 88G wore!
aved. A battle also occurred between
destroyers accompanying tho biggor
"hips, but the result of this ongago
nent has mot yet roached tho admir
alty. ALABAMA TO BE DRY STATE-
Enactment of Legislature Vetoed by
Governor and Repassed Over
, His Veto.
Montgomery, Aln. Alabama will
become a prohibition stato July 1, un
der two related measures which have
become law without executlvo ap
proval. Within a few hours nftor Gov
orior Henderson had vetoed tho bills
aad asked that tho prohibition ques
tion bo submitted to voters at a spe
cial election, both houses voted down
nls proposal and passed the bills by
overwhelming majorities. Tho vote
in tho .houso on ropassago was 72 to
20 j in tho sonato It was 24 to 10.
Nebraska Population Increased.
Washington Tho stato government
of Nebraska collected J3.05 In rcvenuo
per capita in 1313 according to statis
tics recently mado available- by tho
onsns bureau. Only fourtoon states
te tho union collected a los3 per capita
mount Tho per capita collection in
1913 was 1.83 cents por capita. Dur
ing tho ten-year period tho population
of Nebraska Increased 11.5 per cent;'
tho per capita rcvenuo has Increased
6 per cent. Tho per capita govern
ment cost In Nebraska in 1913 was
$8.70; in 1903 It was Jl.Ofi. Tho ton
yoar period shows nn incrcaso of 39
par cent Only ten statos showed a
lower per capita government cost in
Chicago. Ono hundred thousand
Ohlcngoana nro out of work this win
ter, according to a report of tho public
welfare commission to Mayor Harri
son. This is excluslvo of tho drifting
population of Idle. Statements wero
received by the commission from 245
firms which for tho most part guvo
depressions in business us tho reason.
Fourteen firms reported Increases in
tho number of employes.
Washington. A resolution calling
for an extra session of congress to
consider rural credits legislation was
offered In tho houso by Koprosontu
Mro Dick T. Morgan of Oklahoma Knt
First Sky Battle In History.
. London. Kor tho first tlmo in the
history of tho world, general sky bat
tles haro been fought along tho
French-Belgian scaconst. A licet com
posed of from twolvo to thirteen Or
man aeroplanes, the largest number
of air radors evor nssomblod, attacked
tho French const town of Dunkirk
from tho sky In Friday's engagement.
Several British nnd French nvlators
asoendod nnd at a dizzy height tho
first great norlal battlo in tho history
of tho world was fought along tho
Lincoln, Nob. Communications bo
tween tho agricultural colleges
throughout tho United States to tho
U. a department of agriculture, rela
tive to cooperative agricultural exten
sion work, may bo transmitted In the
malls freo of charge for postage. No
tice to Uiis effoct has boon lecolved
by Postmaster Brown from A. S. Bur
leaon, postmaster general. Students
In tho agricultural schools in the
Waited Stutea desiring Information or
reportn from tho department at Wnbh
Ington nro eligible to uso tho malls
free under the new postal law.
SCHOOL BILL ON FILE
Includes a Number of Changes In the
Educational System of
Western Newempcr Union News Bervlos,
Tho school codo revision commis
sion's hill has been filed In tho sen
ate by Senator Mallery of Box Butte.
Tho bill takos senate flic number 107
Tho bill provides for a inultltudo of
changes In tho school laws, Its sub
ject nmttor being nearly all amenda
tory in its nature. Tho recommenda
tions of tho commission for strictly
new projects, such as tho rural school
district bill, otherwise known as tho
county unit hill, are embodied In sep
nrato bills nnd will stand or fall by
themselves, mmuo of which have al
ready been filed.
A bill similar to tho present sennto
ono will be .'lied In the house by Rep
resentative Neglcy. A resume of tho
codo bill is as follows:
M) A iiu'.i.siiro to rnulilo an nnny con
BolM.itlon of rural koIiooI.m. providing for
tniiiHportiitloii of nil chlldlrn ii-sldlng
over tun mill's from tlic school Iioiixu,
unci providing Htatu aid or $1.10 to $.'!0t)
(1!) A ine.isiiro to facilitate; tho for
mation of niiiil IiIrIi m.'IiooIh nnd provid
ing (ICO to $.100 por your fur uLitti uld.
(3) A IHO.IHUIO to provide for voca
tional education lit bold city and rural
(4) A constitutional county IiIkIi
(6) A nirtiNiiro to provide; nnvon
months of sonool for weak dlstrlctH In
thinly settled portions of tho Mate.
(0) A provision to cliaiiKo tlirtlilto of
tliu annual meeting from tho IjhI Mon
day In Juno to tho sct'ontl Monday In
(7) A provlnlon Iri Increase the mini
muni length or school teim from four to
woven months ami reducing tho iiilnliuiitn
ri'(Ul!cd In huIiooIh wlt.i seventy-llvo
pnpllu from nine inoiittiH to eight muntliH.
tS) A provision to rulso tho fioo high
school tuition from novunty-lUe cunts
per week to one dollar.
(!)) A provision to eliminate tho third
gnicle county tcichur'H rertlllcate.
(10) A provision to uliaiiKo tho date of
tho county teachers' Instlttito from tho
summer months to .September. October
nnd November, and reducing tho time It
Is to bo In session from onu week to
Hi) a measure to provide for n sys
tem of auditing all school treamnerH' ac
counts under tho supervision of tho stats
(12) A measuto providing for the selec
tion of county superintendents by hlrliiK
them ns city superintendents are now
hired, making their selection rountrywldo
and not confined to the rounty limits.
(13) A tnensuio whereby the statu su
perintendent Is to make pioper lobula
tions for sanitation, and tlreroof con
struction of new school buildings.
(14) A mens ure to compel all pupils
In villages, towns, and cities, between
tho ages of seven and sixteen to attend
school the entire tlmo Instead or two
thirds of tho tlmo as ut present roqulrrd.
This Is tho same as tho law now enforced
In Omaha nnd Lincoln.
(15) A measure proving that pupils In
the rural districts shall attend a mini
mum of 120 school days each year and
extending the distance from two to two
und it half mile.
(10) A provision for n probation of
ficer In eveiy county whoso dutv shall bo
to enforco ilia compulsory attend. incs
(17) A measure to proldo for an equal
distribution of tho stato school appor
tionment. (IS) a measuro permitting the en
largement of the courso of study In tho
rural schools when tho siiup si possible.
(19) A measuro providing for tho pay
ments of n, county superintendent's travel
(20) A measure to provide state pay
ment of freo high school tuition In weak I
rural schools when the same Is possible I
(21) Numerous minor amendments to i
tho present laws which will simplify tho
p.mio and assist materially In making the
feomu pysiein nuire ruspoiisivo 10 mooern
A bill has beon Introduced b Scott,
Reynolds nnd Grcenwnlt In the houso
closing tho season on quail. In yoars
past hunters liavo had to consult tho
game law boforo going nfleld to bo
sure they wero not cutting in on a
closed Bcason. This Is In a measure
trim of other gamo Tho bill Intro
duced cuts the open season on prairie
chickens from two months to ono
month and closes the season on plover
Kill the Sterilization Bill
Tho houso of representatives stooa
by the governor's prumnturo veto of
tho Btorllizatlon bill nnd voted to kill
tho measure before it went any far
ther and took time of legislation with
tho known fact that it would run up
against executive displeasure finally.
Tho vote was forty-four to overrido
tho prematuro voto and forty-seven to
stand with IL Tho committee had
voted to indefinitely postpono tho bill
because of tho governor's attitude, al
though Chalnnnn Meredith said that
ho thought other features of the bill
wero not proper. It created anothor
stato commission for ono thing.
Stcbblnn moved to put tho bill on
gonernl file against tho recommenda
tions of tho committee, and Mockott
Fnld that If tho committee wanted to
kill It they ought to tell why.
After turning down tho freo post
ngo for tho membors of the houso
threo dtneror.t sessions, the house tins
reversed Itself nnd voted to allow
members 15 cents each per dny dur
ing tho term, ns postnge.
Warden V. T. Ronton, of tho stato
penitentiary, Is working on a proposi
tion to establish a day school, which
ho bollovos would remody tho monot
onous program for somo 100 Inmates
at tho institution, who wore thrown
out of employment becauso tho con
tract for labor with a broom firm was
abolished by tho legislature of two
years ago. Kor tho past throe months
this largo number of convicts hnvo
been In Idleness, pacing bnck nnd
forth In their cells from morning until
night with nothing to occupy tholi
In furtherance of tho plan for morg
ing different stato commissions nnd
bureaus, a bill has been drawn for In
troduction Into tho legislature which
has for Its object a reorganization of
tho Nehrnska fire commission nnd con
solidating It with tho Insurance com
Two hours nro clipped off tho tlmo
alloted for tho sale of liquor by
licensed saloons in this state in n bill
introduced in tho house by AndorFon
of Phelps. He amends tho figure "S"
in the 8 o'elock closing law to rend "C."
WAKE UP! ,..,-, dg&XL HJT-.'C'
po something; vffMV miJm';
L WAKE UP! eWS? 0M
E I I JI CSBT07fliNi&BraiianiJ(ll ii.ll
A HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE
APPROPRIATION FOR $100,000,000
GOES THROUGH HOUSE.
United States Will Show an Enor
mous Increase Arguments Are
Heard on the Immigra
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Washington. After two dnys of de
bate on tho general stato of our na
tional defenses, tho house passed
without roll call tho army appropria
tion bill, carrying $101,000,000.
Advocates of immediate strengthen
ing of militarism fought to the last for
additional apropriatlons, but the bel
ligerent forces met with no encourage
ment by cither democratic or repub
lican leaders. Tho last roll call on a
motion by Representative Gardner of
Massachusetts to commit tho bill with
instructions to report back an amend
ment carrying $1,000,000 for aviation
jwas defeated 253 to 34. Tho bill,
which curries funds for all branches
of tho army during tho coming fiscal
,yoar, includes $300,000 for the pur
hane of twenty-five airships and $50.
000 for an unnored motor car.
Arguments on Immigration Bill.
Washington. For morn thnn thron
hours President Wilson listened to ap
peals that ho sign1 tho Immigration
bill and pleas that he voto it, voiced
by the spokesmen of 500 men and
women who packed the historic cast
iroom of tho Whltu houso. The speak
ers were labor leaders, publicists, so
cial workers, students and others rep
resenting many Interests in life, most
jof them contending for or against tho
literacy test which tho bill proposes
shall bo applied to determine the fit
ness of Immigrants to become citizens
of the United Statos.
OVER A HUNDRED MILLIONS-
United States Will Soon Have Passed
Washington April 2 tho population
of tho United Statos will have reached
nnd passed tho hundred million mark,
according to C. I). Sloane, geographer
.of tho coiibim bureau, who estimates
the population at that date will bo
lOO.OOO.O.'O. J. S. McCoy, actuary or
,tho treasury department, howovor,
calculates tho population will bo 100,
01G.OOO on Fobruary 1, nnd that tho
hundred million mark will bo reached
on Janunry 27 or 28.
Potato Raising In Nebraska.
Lincoln During 1911 Nebraska pro
tluced slightly ovor seven million bush
els of potatoes, or these about 300,000
were grown under Irrigation in Scotts
llluff county, while tho remainder
wore grown throughout tho stnto with
out irrigation. Tho largest production
for any one county was over C00.000
bushels from Uox fiutte county, theso
being grown under "dry land" con
ditions. Tho nvernuo yield per ncro
for 1914 wns 83 bushels.
Railroads After Three Cent Fare Law.
Lincoln, Nob, It in reported horo
that tho railroads or Nebraska will
join lu an effort to induce tho present
legislature to Increase tho present 2
cent fare law to 3 cents a mllo. It is
understood that attorneys represent
ing tho railroads have framed such a
bill and will circulate petitions
throughout tho stato in favor of a 3
cont faro law. Tho railway commis
sion alleges It cannot Increaso tho fare
without special authority from tho
For Irrigation Legislation.
North Platte, Nob. Tho legal com
mltteo of tho Nebraska Irrigation nBBo
elation held u meotlng here for tho
purposo of preparing hills to bo pre
sented to tho stato legislature. Theso
bills will represent tho resolutions
adopted nt tho state meeting held re
cently at Bridgeport, Nob. Tho most
significant of theso bills was thnt ono
nsklng for $25,000 to defray tho ox
ponscs of litigation to determlno tho
priority right of npproprlntions In In
terstate streams regardless of stato
RUSSIANS WILL PUT ANOTHER
PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
Methods of Corn Growing Explained
By Mexican Farmer. Foreign
Trade Is a Vital
Western N.ffsimier Union News Ssrvlc.
Loudon"! ho Russians are unfolding
a new plan of campaign," tho the Dally
Telegraph's Warsaw correspondent,
"and within a njonth a fresh offensive
will develop. It will not be trench
lighting, but operations particularly
suited to the composition of the Rus
Blau army tho cavalry bearing an im
portant share. Tho new plan con
templates operations extending over
at least six mouths."
Telegraphing from Bucharest tn
Dally Mall's correspondent says:
"Strong forces of Hungarian troops
are proceeding to the Dukowlna fron
tier by way of BIstritz to arrest the
SL Louts. "One week of the Euro
pean war did more than ten years ol
academic discussion to convince thfc
American people that foreign trade Is
a vital element In domestic prosperity.
No doubt remains that the nation is
determined to see its foreign commerce
safeguarded and Increuscd. Differences
of opinion relate only to method. All
parties' attempts nro united In patri
otic co-operation for the common end."
This statement was made by James A.
Farrell, president of tho United States
Steel corporation, in an address at
tho banquet to delegates to the foreign
trndo convention In session here.
RAISES BIG CROPS OF CORN.
Mexican Tells Growers He Under
stands the Method.
St. Louis. Mo. That he had in
creased the corn yield of his land
from seven to 240 bushels an acre,
and that the average corn yield of the
United States, approximately twenty
five bushels nn acre, could be raised
to 200 or possibly .100 bushels were
tho etatemontn with which Zeeforlnit
Bominguez of Puebla, Mex surprised
delegates to tho convention of grain
dealors of Missouri In session here.
Romlnguez was Introduced as "tho
corn king of Mexico." He described
In detail the plan by which ho said
theso results had been accomplished.
Romlnguez Is en route to Washington,
D. C where he will present his 'Xarm
for nil" peace plan for the unification
of Mexico, in which he hopes to inter
est administration officials.
His corn-raising process embraces
the separation of male and female seed
corn, the storing of tho seed corn In
carefully ventilated chambers and a
system of harrowing and packing tho
soil of growing corn so as to retain
for a long tlmo the moisture of rain
fall. Roseburg, Ore. Miss Katheryn
Clark is tho first woman elected to tho
senator over two male opponents nt
a special election hold to fill a vacancy
caused by death. Sho won by a plu
rality slightly under 100 votes. Miss
Clark Is the first woman elcted to tho
Association Elects Officers.
Lincoln, Nob. Officers of tho Ne
braska Improved Llvo Stock Breeders'
association wero re-elected at tho an
nual business meeting of the organi
zation hold Tuesday evening, Tho of
ficers nro: President, J. A. Ollts, Ord;
secretary, II. J, CJramllch, Lincoln.
Tho meeting wn3 ono of tho largest
hold in recent vcars. Nearly a bun
! drcd farmers nnd men intorosted in
securing bettor breeds of live 6tock at
tended the business session. The at
tondnnco considerably more than
doubled that of last yenr.
New U. S- National Park.
Washington. The sennto bill to es
tablish the Rocky Mountain national
park, comprising 231,000 ncros In Col
orado, mostly in forest resorves, was
passed by the house nftor adoption of
somo minor amendments, with practi
cally no opposition. Republican
Lendor Mann told tho houso ho thought
tho day would como when "tho vast
hordo of Americans who now go to
see tho mild scenery of Europo will go
to sco tho grand scenery of tho Rocky
WHAT IS BEING DONE IN HALLS
Epitome of the Work of the Dally
Sessions of the National
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
The Senate Not In session; mcuts
Democratic caucus completed con
Bldoratlon of ship purchase bill and
voted to innltu It a party measure.
The Ilou.sc Debate was continued
on tho agricultural appropriation bill.
Joint resolution appropriating ?50,
000 for pan-Americun financial sonfer-'
enco Introduced by Representative
Bill to regulate opium traffic In
American consular districts of China
Representative Monnan (republi
can) Introduced resolution urging spo
clal session to consider rural credits
Representative Mann nttucked pres
ident, saying ho was attempting to
build up a personal machine to secure
Adjourned ut 5:37 p. m. until noon
Sunday, when eulogies for late Rep
resetitative Bremner of New Jcrsej
will bo pronounced.
The Senate Met ut 11 a, m.
Republican senators continued
speaking ngalnst tho administration
Tho HouseMet at 11 a. m.
Debate continued on the urmy ap
Tho Sennto. Republicans contln
ued their attack on the administration
Work on the rivers nnd harbors bll.
was begun In tho commerce commit
tee. Senator Martlne attempted, unsuc
cessfully, to get up his bill to prohibit
employment of armed guards by cor
Passed urgent deficiency bill, carry
ing 2,500,000 to reimburse owners foi
cattlo slaughtered In foot nnd mouth
Democrats again caucused in effort
to perfect tho ship purchase bill.
The House. Debate was begun on
tho army bill.
Passed senate bill authorizing con
struction of a new bridge over Niagara
river at Lewlston.
Call Issued for democratic caucus
February 4 for organization of the
house for tho Sixty-fourth congress.
Completed general debato on nrmj
Tho Senate Senator Burton began
the third dny of his speech against the
administration ship bill.
The banking committee resumed
consideration of rural credits legisla
tion. The foreign rclntlons committee au
thorized Chairman Stone to intro
duce a resolution to appropriate $50.
000 for the proposed Latin-American
Considered nominations In exccutle
Tho House The const guard bill to
consolidate tho revenue cutter and Ilfo
saving services was debated.
Passed senate bill to create tho
coast guard by combining the rcvenuo
cutter and lire saving services.
Want Mill at State Farm.
Lincoln, Neb. Resolutions asking
for tho Installation of nn experimental
mill at tho Nebraska State Agricul
ture college were adopted by the
South Platte Millers' club, which met
at a local hotel. The millers believe
that a practical courso In milling
jwould be of value to the students and
at tho samo time a department could
jasslst the millers of the Btnto in solv
ing mnny problems.
Washington. A scathing arraign
ment of tho conduct or tho white man
in Alaska toward tho nntlve Is coupled
with charges of wholesale and con
tinual violations of liquor traffic regu
lations and laws to protoct fish and
fur-benrlng animals of Alaska and tho
Prlbllof and Aleutian Islands, In a re
port submitted to President Wilson
nnd Secretary Redfield by Dr. E. Les
ter Jones, deputy commissioner or
Lincoln, Neb. Soven inches or rnln,
reducing tho income of tho last stato
.fair, compelled tho Nebraska stato
board of agriculture to Inaugurate a
sweeping policy of economy. Tho com
mittee on premium list revision recom
mended a cut In salaries of clerks. Sec
retary W. It. Mollor dissented from
this and Introduced a resolution cut
ting off tho pay of all members to 4
a day and rnllroad faro while actually
on duty. Tho salary of the mombers"
or tho board of managers was wiped
out nnd everyone put on a $4 a day
basis when actually oinployed.
Turn Over Lands for Crops.
Amsterdam. Tho Telegraaf pub
lishes a dispatch rrom Berlin saying
kho Prussian government has ordered
(all administrators or rorests to turn
over rreo of cost all such lands under
their Jurisdiction that are Bultablo ror
tho growing of crops. Tho govern
ment of tio grand duchy ol Wolmnr
has taken similar action. Among tho
regulations concerning this trnnsfer Is
the stipulation that tho first crop from
theso lauds must bo harvested tula
WITH THE LAWMAKERS
A Big Influence j
It is surprising the won
derful influence good
digestion has on your
general health. It not'
only promotes strength,
but also keeps the liver
active and bowels open.
Therefore, watch the
digestion and as soon
as any weakness is
manifested resort to
A ("lift pn-pftrttlon of merit
Beauty to Gruy or FadrdHoLv
pijc uu uwwjrucgiim.
Truth That Bcres.
"Pa, what Is a truism?"
"A truism, my son, is a truth which,
is so truo that It makes overybodj
TENDER SENSITIVE SKINS
Quickly Soothed by Cutlcura. Noth
Ing Better. Trial Free.
Especially when preceded by a hot
bath with Cutlcura Scap. Many com
forting things theso fragrant super
creamy emollients may do for th
skin, scalp, hair and hands and do It
quickly, effectively and economically,
Also for the toilet, bath and nursery.
Sample each free by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
"What do you think of my lates;
scries of observations?" asked ono scl.
"Wonderfully interesting," replied
tho other. "If you had not been
scientist you would havo made a greni
Gently cleanse your liver and
sluggish bowels while
Get a 10-cent box.
Sick hcadacho, biliousness, dizzi
ness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul
breath always trace them to torpid
liver; delayed, fermenting food lu the
bowels or sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged In tho in
testines, Instead of being cast out
of tho system fs reabsorbed into the
blood. When this poison reaches tho
delicate brain tissuo it causes con
gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick
CaBcarets immediately cleanse tho
stomach, remove tho sour, undigested
food nnd foul gnses, take the excess
bile from tho liver and carry out all
tho constipated wasto mutter and
poisons in tho bowols.
A Cascaret to-night win surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while- you sleep a 10-cont box
from your druggist means your head
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
nnd bowels regular for months. Adv.j
"Say, Mister, will you give mo Hvtl
"I want to buy a loaf of bread fo)
my starving family."
"Oh, certainly, in that case. Hore'i
"Thank you, sir. Now, K It Isn't
asking too much, will you give mo s
"I want to buy somo meat for my
A Stitch inTime
Colds, fevors nnd perm dlaenitti are
pretty Hire to overwork tho klilneyi and
leave them wenk. In ronvnlt-aci-nce, In
fact, at tiny tlmo when luaplolon la
arouaed by a Inmn. ocIiIiib Imck, rheu
matla palna, lira. Incite, Ulrrlnri or dla
ordered urine. th tiatt of Dnun'a Kidney
I'llli la a atltch In time that may avoid
aerlmia kidney illienae.
No other medicine la tn widely uied. ao
freely recommended or ao conerarry suo
cetiful. A Nebraska Case
Oordon. Neb., aaya:
"I waa afflicted
with chronla kid
ney comrlulnt. My
whole body ached
ond my Jointa and
elbows pained and
everything In front
of me sot black
nnd ipots floated
before my eyea.
lly heart palpi
tated violently and
I had fainting
Kidney Fllla have
brouuht me sreat
rnllftf frntn alt
theie ailments and I can't be too srate
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