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10 CHANGE CAPITAL
CARRANZA WANTS TO MOVE MEX-
ICAN CAPITAL TO VERA
AUSTRIA SHORT OF WHEAT
War Bread In Austria Compoiea
Chiefly of Flour Substitutes
Wr torn NctvHpnpcr Union News Horvlcp,
Washington. Efforts of General
Vcnustlano Carrniizu to cstnhllHli Vera
"Cruz ns tho cnpltnl of iMcxIco City
nnd compol tho diplomatic corps in
Mexico City to go there worn discussed
by nlllclnlu nnd foreign diplomats horo
ns ono of tho gravest developments of
tho Mexican situation. President Wil
son conferred at length with Acting
Secretary Lansing of tho stato depart
ment nnd It was understood that tho
American government would point out
to Cnrranzn its displeasure over tho
Inconvenlenco to the diplomatic corps
in Mexico City. Already n movement
lfl in progress for tho withdrawal of
all legations recommended to the
liomo government by sonic of tho dip
lomats In Mexico City.
Establishing Labor Bureaus.
Lincoln, Neb. Labor burcnun at
every postofllco, tho plan favored by
tho Industrial relations committee
now conducting nn Investigation In
Now York, nro already n reality. Post
master nrown, here, has received ad
vnnco notlco of tho now federal labor
bureau which is being installed
throughout tho country, together with
tbo printed matter necessary to stnrt
tho division bureau in Its work. Every
postodlcc in tho country will hecomo a
branch employment bureau nnd every
postmnster nnd rural mall carrier nn
employment agent according to tho
provisions of tho now ruling which
went into effect recently.
AUSTRIA 8H0RT OF WHEAT.
Bread Now Being Sold Composed
Largely of Substitutes.
Venice. An olllclal decrco issued in
Tricsto raises tho prlco of a two
pound lonf of bread from 14 to 10
ccntB. Tho grain markets of Austria
aro snld to bo In a dosporato condi
tion. Tho wnr bread thnt is being
Bold is composed largely of substi
tutes for flour. Pcoplo or Vienna aro
complaining of tho constantly Increas
ing prlco of meat. Hogs aro said to
be almost unobtainable.
To Hold Camp of Instruction.
Lincoln, Nob. Officers of tho medi
cal corps of tho Nebraska nntlonal
fiuard will get a frco trip with pay to
Tort Robinson, Wyo., this summer, if
Adjutant General Hall nccopts tho
proposition mado to him by tho war
department. Tho department plans to
hold a camp or Instruction for nil mod
leal officers, both commissioned nnd
non-commlssloncd, at tho Wyoming
fort Juno 7 to 12. Officers or eight
western states aro oliglblo to attend
this particular camp, Nebraska, Idaho,
Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Colorado,
South Dakota and Kansas being In.
Air Battles for State Fair.
Kansas City. Arrangements have,
ooen mado to stago an aeroplnno bnt-j
tie and exhibition or bomb dropping.
like that of tho prosent European war
t the 1915 state fair at Lincoln tho
week or Soptembor 6 to 11. Repre
sentatives or state ralrs or tho middlo
west, in conforenco In Knnsas City last
week, mado arrangements for tho ex
hibition. Tho shnm battles in tho air
Will bo staged as instructive foaturcs.
Dropped Bombs on the Germans.
Potrograd. Russian aviators on
February 2 successfully dropped
bombs on tho mobilized reserves nnd
trains of tho Germans nt Itawa. Ear
secso and Doguszyce, about fifty miles
outhwost of Warsaw, according to nn
official announcement Just mado nub
Wheat Highest In Fifty Years.
London. Wheat is bringing GO shil
lings per quarter on tho London mar
ket, tho highost prlco in upwards or
half a century.
Home for Orphaned Children.
Rome Pope Denodlct has turned
over for tho uso or children, mado
orphans in tho recent earthquake tho
palaco of Castol GandoUo, thirteen
miles southeast or Romo, on Lako Al
fcano. Tho rcrugo will be undor tho
patronage or Qucon Helena.
Fewer Marriages Under Eugenic Law.
Madison, Wis. During 1914, tho first
year or tho operation of tho eugenic
xnnrrlago law, 4,000 fewer marriages
wcro roportod to tho Wisconsin board
Of health than in 1913.
Ask Quarantine Against Iowa.
Lincoln. Nob. Quarantino on Iowa
llvo stock may bo sot up by tho No
brnskn suto llvo stock snnitnry board.
Thnt end Is sought In n petition filed
with tbo board by mombors or tho llvo
stock association or this stnto.
Rumania Buying Ammunition.
Romo. Tho Rumanian government
has placed orderB In Italy for a largo
qunntlty of ammunition, dolivory to bo
rondo during April. This wnr material
is ordered with the consent or tbo Ita
BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA
lJox Dutto county will have a farm
Unlvorslty chartor day exercises
will bo held February 16.
An effort Is being mado to reopen
tho Paddock hotel nt Deatrtcc.
Lincoln bakers havo udvanccd the
prlco of bread to six cents a loaf.
Tho national hotel association will
meet In Lincoln, February 8 and 9.
An athletic club has been organized
it Johnson with a big membership.
A fair association has boon organ
ized by tho business men of Lyons.
Sunday baseball will ho voted upon
in Oinulin nt tho coming spring elec
tion. TJio unlvorslty will begin tho manu
facture of artificial ice for its own use,
A movo Is on foot .for tho erection
of a $."0,000 high school building ut
A wet nnd dry fight will probably
bo waged at tho spring election in
A big union rovlvnl of the dlfferont
churches at DUler has Just come to a
J. L. Willis won the state chockor
championship nt tho tournament held
at Hastings last week.
Edft-nrd Bachlcr is dead ns a result
of Injuries received in a fall on an
icy walk at Nebraska City.
Andrew Engstrom of Genoa was
burned to death when he set his bed
on flro whljo smoking a pipe.
Over 200 guests wero present nt
tho eighth anniversary celebration of
tho Hastings Woman's club last week.
University Place churches will be
gin a union revival next week that
will probably continue for a couple of
Banks and schools at Fairfield
closed during tho funeral ceremonies
of Josoph Poahcck, tho murdered bank
Dan Fowlers, near Stapleton, was
nttacked by n cow nnd badly used up,
hnvlng his shouldor and several ribs
Nearly $35,000 for n now Methodist
church at Hastings was pledged In a
two hours' service held thero a few
Joo Davison of Beatrice was se
verely burned about the face and
hands whllo engaged In testing a gaso
A revival, tho longest ever held
there, hns Just ceased at Falls City,
and over COO conversions resulted
Dr. Mario Moro or Wisner sustained
a fractured skull when she slipped
and fell on a walk at Fremont. Sho
Thirty cars or horses wcro shipped
rrom Grand Island on a special train
destined ror governments In tho war
zono or Europo.
Almost $1,200 has been subscribed
by rarmors and business men or Box
Butte county to retain tho services of
a farm demonstrator.
Tho stato historical society will hold
a spoclal exhibit at Hebron, Fobruary
19 nnd 20, under tho auspices of tho
D. A. R. nt that place.
Ray Lilly, near Harrison, was in
stantly killed by tho accidental dis
chargo or n, shotgun that ho and a
brother wero handling.
A woir hunt In tho vicinity or Te
cum8ch resulted In tho death or three
wolves. One or them led its chnsers a
run or over eight mllos.
Tho olovntor or tho Hastings Ele
vator company, that was destroyed by
flro last week, will bo rebuilt at once,
according to present plans,
Mrs. N. M. Troup or Kearney was
soverely scalded by tho explosion or
tho kitchen rnngo as sho was thawing
out tho rrozen water pipes.
Donald Sponco, a 16-year-old Beat
rice lad, is making good in writing
moving picture plays, having produced
fourteon sceuarlos In tho past year.
Tho timely discovery of a flro In the
waste chute of tho now school build
Ing at University Plnco saved tho
structure from destruction. Its origin
has not beon accounted for.
Harry Watklns was severely In
jured when his auto collided with n
buggy, tho tonguo of which crashed
through tho wind shield nnd Btruck
The Suffrngo Mosscngor is a now
monthly papor Just launched by fol
lowers of, that party. It will bo man
aged by Mrs. Viola Hnrrlson of Lin
coln. Walter Foltz or Grafton met two
psoudo promoters at Omaha who Bold
him an option on tho now Fontenolle
hotol for $45, nnd ho is now trying to
locate them to closo tho deal.
Tho Bcvcro storm of last week forced
a postponement of tho agricultural
short course nt Ansloy, although
speakors from the university farm
succeeded in reaohing tho placo on
A special rarmors' Instltuto for tho
Indians or Thurston county was held
recontly under tho auspices or tho
.Thurston county farm management
association and tho extension service
or tho collogo or agriculture. Tho
speeches of tho lecturers were In
torproted to the Indians and aro ro
portod to havo boon enthusiastically
Burglars entered tho storo or Bone
bright & Bunto nt Cortisol and car
riod away goods vnluod at $1,200.
Final arrangements for tho con
struction of tho Carneglo library build
ing at Collego View havo beon com
plotcd nnd tho contract wll soon bo
Frank Harrison brought back to
Lincoln from his Contrnl American
trip over 7,000 feet of moving plcturo
films. Ho will present a numhor of
thorn, togotber with the movies or the
editorial camp mooting at Lincoln last
summer, at tho editorial convention at
DECLINE TO GIVE UP FIGHT
THOUSANDS ALONG MEUSE
RIVER FACE FAMINE.
Friends of Immigration Bill Will Try
Again Federal Officers Raid
Western Newspaper Union News Service,
Namur, Belgium. Thousands of
women, children and aged men in
thoso'portlous of northern Franco ly
ing nlong tho Mouse river, which aro
occupied by tho Germans, are facing
starvation, with no hopo of relief ex
cepting the rood that the American
commission of roller In Belgium is
Bending south from Namur. Carts
drawn by horses supplied by the Ger
man nrmy nro being used for tho
transportation of food through tho
mountains to somo sections. Sedan
Monthernio, Nouzon, Charleville, Mo
horn, Mczlercs. and scores of other vil
lages are absolutely without food, ex
cepting the rations that tho German
soldiers share with tho civilians.
Raid Alleged Opium Joint.
Lincoln, Neb. Charged with tha
manufacture of opium, n violation or
tho federal customs nnd revenue law,
Harry J. Crnwrord. Ray Turner nnd
Pete Nellls, three Lincoln men, wero
nrrosted and brought before United
States Commissioner Whitmoro. Tho
trio waived preliminary henrlng nnd
wero bound over to the federnl grand
Jury. Crawford furnished bond In tho
sum of $1,000, while Turner nnd Nellls
gave bond In tho sum of $300 each for
their appearance- boforo tho grand Jury
at tho May term.
DECLINE TO GIVE UP FIGHT.
Friends of Immigration Bill WIN Try
Again Next Year.
Washington. Although defeated In
their nttempts in tho houso to repass
the Immigration bill over President
Wilson's veto becauso of tho restric
tive literacy tost provision, champi
ons of the measure declare Hjat tho
fight for tho proposed legislation will
bo renewed In tho next congress. Tho
fight to override tho executive disap
proval was lost by tho narrow mar
gin of five votes, n two-thirds voto bo
ing necessary. Tho voto was 2G1 to
override to 136 against.
Unicngo. III. Tho biggest dlvidenti
over dcclnrod by a Chicago corpora
tion was paid out to tho common stock
holders of Sears. Roebuck & Co. by tho
directors or the mall order houso nt n
special mcotlng. They declared a Btock
dividend of 50 per cent donblo tho
nmount which La Salle street had ex
pected. It calls for tho Issuanco of
$20,000,000 new common stock abso
Lincoln, Neb Floyd Soybolt. re
reiver of tho derunct First National
bank or Superior, who filed suit In
federal court to recover $46,57C92 from
tho First Stato Savings bnnk or Supe
rior. It is alleged that this sum repre
sents tho nmount transferred by tho
directors of tho dofunct bank to tho
havings Institution after It was known
by ltho directors thnt tho Flr3t Na
tional was Insolvent.
Will Can All the Pigs.
Amsterdam. Tho Berlin Tngoblatt
says that tho German government In
tends to buy up pigs to tho valuo or
$50,000,000 to bo killed and canned In
order to save rodder useful for mili
tary and other purposes.
Boxing Is Legalized.
Olyrnpln, Wash. Tho senate has
passed Senator William Wray's bill
legalizing ten-round boxing bouts un
der supervision of a state uthletlc com
mission, by u voto of 32 to IS.
Plotting Against United States.
Brownsvlllo, Tex. Uaslllo Ramos, a
Mexican, was arrested by officers of
tho department or Justlco and Is hold
on n charge of plotting ngnlnst tho
United States in inciting nn expedition
among sevoral races who nro exten
sively represented in Texas, New
Mexico and Arizona. Federal olllcors
Bay that tho man under arrest was in
teresting Moxicnns, Japaneso and
other allons in tho tnovemont, tho de
tails of which were not mado public.
EFFORT TO REPASS IMMIGRATION
Nebraska Institutions Inclined to
Favor Chicago as Reserve Dls-
trlct Canada Taking
Western Newspaper Union New Service.
Washington. An attempt to pass
tho Immigration bill, prescribing a lit
eracy test for the admission of aliens
over President Wilson's voto failed in
tho house Thursday, the affirmative
vote lacking five of tho necessary two
thirds. Of 399 members present, 261
voted to override the veto, 136 voted
to sustain the president, and two an
swered "present." The final test camo
at the close of a day of dobato In which
party lines temporarily wero obliterat
ed. Majority Leader Underwood
mudo a vigorous speech criticising the
president's reasons for vetoing tho bill
nnd urging tho houso to override ox
Canada Taking No Chances.
Ottawa, Ont. Tho dynamiting or thb
International bridge over the St. Croix
river at Vanceboro, Me., has led the
authorities to tnko extra precautions
to prevent uny possible attack on tho
Canadian parliamentary building at
tho opening or tho sessions of tho
legislative body. The bridge incident
has suggested to officials that somo
partisan of n nation hostile to Great
Brifain might tako advantngo or the
presence of tho duko of Connaught,
governor of Cannda, and attempt some
thing unpleasant In the Canadian
BANKS ASK FOR TRANSFER.
Nebraska Institutions Favor Chicago
to Kansas City.
Washington. Appearing for protest
ing banks in Nebraska nnd Wyoming,
F. A. Brogan or Omaha presented ar
gument to tho federal reservo board
against tho Inclusion of Nebraska In
tho Kansas City reservd district. Ho
charged Kansas City with Belflsh In
terests. Furthermore, ho said that
tho currency law in providing that
tho customs business should deter
mine the boundary lines of tho vari
ous reserve districts was mandatory,
and that Nebraska ought therefore to
bo put Into tho Chicago district. Mr.i
Brogan said ho was not trying to get
a reserve bank In Lincoln or Omnha.
but moroly to chango tho Nebraska
banks Into tho Chicago district In
order that tho ordinary business cus
toms of bankers In the stato need not
Women Ask Clemency for Roberts.
North Platto, Neb. Just boforo
court closed n motion for a new trial
was filed by Attorney James Keefe
on behalf of Roy Roberts. At tho
meeting or tho Twentieth Century
club the matter or Roberts' sentence
wnB tukon beforo ubout forty women.
They drafted a resolution to the effect
that Inasmuch as society had permit
ted Roberts to grow up in sin it was in
a great extent responsible for his
crimes nnd thnt it now owed it to him
to lntcrcedo in his behalf.
Tornadic Storms In Texas.
Dallas, Tex. Eastorn Texas and
parts of Arkansas and Oklahoma Buf
fered Sunday from a severo wind
storm, which in many localities as
sumed the nature or a tornado. No
ono was soveroly injured.
College Asks $100,000.
Atchison, Kan. Midland collego
here has asked for $100,000 as an en
dowment fund nnd tho Kansas-Nebraska
Lutheran synod has endorsed the
njnn authorizing tho Bollcltatlonuot
funds in Its congregations.
Italian Peasants Go to Germany.
Venice, Italy. Many Italian peas
ants, both men and women, nro going
to Germany to ongago in farm and fac
tory work, in rosponso to offers of un
usually high wages. For tho men 6,6
marks ($1.62) n day is promised nnd I
for tho women threo marks (76c).
Italian newspapers nro warning tho
peasants ugnlnst accepting this cm
ployment, In vlow of the uncertainty
In rognrd to Italy's foreign policy, but
apparently many unemployed persons
are willing to assume tho risk involved.
GOVERNOR ASKS FOR APPRO
PRIATION TO COVER DEFICIT
Shortage Not Actual, But Caused by
Failure to Make the Various
Western New.pnpcr Union New .Service
A message from Governor Morehead
lsklng an emergency appropriation to
cover deficits In various funds of stato
Institutions, was read in the house
Tho messago made It clear that the
deficit was not an actual one. but wns
created by reason of tho refusal of the
stnto treasurer to make tho various
funds Interchangeable. The net sur-
H. L. COOPER
Now serving as Deputy Secretary of State,
iu wnicn position ne was appointed by
his former newspaper partner, Mr. Chas.
i ' . ."." "u " eiecxea 10 mat oiflce
Mr. Cooper was connected with the news
paper business In Tecumseh for almost
a third of a century, and It Is said of
him that he has not an enemy In the
He Is well qualified for his new duties and
will make a popular officer. The man
agement of the Journal-Tribune has
been assumed by Mr. E. G. Howard.
plus in other funds exceeds the deficit
by some $2G,000. This wjll nil lapse
back into the state treasury.
The amount of the emergency ap
propriation asked for Is $77,054. The
net surplus In other Hinds is $103,020.
of which $11.7-19 is in tho salary funds
and $91,271 in tho maintenance funds
of tho Various institutions.
Tho seeming deficits are In certain
funds In eight different institutions us
follows: Soldiers' and sailors home nt
Burkett. $25,700; girls' home nt Ge
neva, $5,720; Inglesido insnno nsylum,
$8,415; boys' homo at Kearney, $5,
720; orthopedic hospital. $6,392; peni
tentiary, $17.C40; industrial school at
Mllford, $2 944; school for deaf at
Omaha, $946; home for dependent
children at Lincoln. $2,730.
State Treasurer Stands Pat.
State Treasurer George K. Hall ab
solutely declines to ho a party to tho
transfer of monoy from tho legisla
tive appropriation for wages of em
ployes at the penitentiary to tho main
tenance fund of tho penitentiary.
An opinion written by tho attorney
general's department last year, signed
by Deputy Attorney General Georgo
W. Ayres, and approved by Attorney
General Martin, says tho desired
transfer of funds cannot bo mado un
dor tho constitution. Attorney Gen
eral W.lllls E. Reed has given nn oral
opinion holding that tho transfer of
funds can legally bo mado.
State TreaBuror Hall will not admit
that ho is following an opinion of a
republican attorney general and dls
regarding a contrary opinion by a
democratic attorney general.
"I am following tho conatltutlon.nl
though I am a democrat," ho Bald.
ir a measuro boforo tho legislature,
requiring publication of tho nssoss
ment rolls of taxpayers becomes a law.
tho tax dodger will havo somo hard
sledding, nnd it is hoped by its pro
motor to greatly augment tho ex
chequer of the cou-ty treasurers over
tho state. Tho measure has beon tried
out In other states, and to a limited ex
,tent In somo of tho counties In Ne
braska, nnd is snld to havo proven a
Frank M. Coffey Appointed
Governor Morehead has appointed
Frnnk F. Coffey or Lincoln to tho
labor commlsslonershlp. Mr. Coffey
Is a well known union labor man nnd
for several years past has been identi
fied with printing trades. Ho was a
member of tho workmen compensa
tion commission created by tho 1911
legislature. Ho will take olllco at
onco. Ho succeeds C. W. Pool, who
was' elected secretary of state, and who
resigned upon taking chargo of that
The last day for their Introduction
In the senato brought forth eighty-six
bills, making a total of 29C presented
at this session. Lieutenant Govornor
Pearson announced at tho closo of tho
flood or bills that tho total numbdr
introduced in tho senato two years
ago wns 459. Tho bills Introduced at
this sosslon covor almost every con-
.celvablo subject from a constitutional
amendment authorizing the governor
to appoint all stato ofllcora to n bill
directed against a tencher trust, nnd
Including a bill to put sideboards on
the Platte river and thuB narrow tbo
'channel and reclaim land.
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BBBBBBKBvi 'iBKsB9LwisH I
Quickly Yielded To Lydia E.
"I want to thank yoa
for tho wonderful
good Lydia E. Fink
Compound has dons
for mo. I suffered
very much from a
femalo trouble, r
had bearing down
pnins, was irregular
and at times could
hardly walk acrosa
tho room. I was
unablo to do my
housowork or attend to my baby I was
so weak. Lydia E. rjnkham'a Vegetablo
Compound did mo a world of good, and
now I am strong nnd healthy, can do my
work nnd tend my baby. I ndviso all
suffering women to tako it and get
well ns I did. "-Mr?. FANNIE COOPER,
H.F.D., Bridgeton, N.J.
Lydia E. Pinkhnm'o Vegetablo Com
pound, mado, from nativo roots and
herbs, contains no nnrcotic or harmful
drugs, nnd to-day holds tho record of
being tho most successful remedy for
femnlo ills wo know of, and thousands
of voluntary testimonials on file in tho
I'inkhnm laboratory at Lynn, Mass.,
Bcem to prove this fact
For thirty years it has been tho stand
ard remedy for femalo ills, and has re
stored the health of thousands of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments ns displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc
If you want special adrico
vrlto to Lydia E. I'inkliam Med
icine Co., (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter will bo opened
rend and answered by a wotuam
and hold in strict confidence.
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
ble act surely
out gently on
improve the complexion, biighten the eyes
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
A First Offender.
Bach of two little Uoston girls has a
black-and-tnn terrier dog. It was not
long before tho two dogs fought, and it
required tho efforts of a man to sepa
Bach little girl was disposed to
blamo tho other's llttlo dog for start
ing tho trouble, and ono of them said:
"I don't care, your dog is a sneak
ing Httlo thing, anyhow!"
"Well, so Is your dog," was the
reply. "And this tlmo It snookod
Look, Mother! If tongue it
coated, give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Children love this "fruit laxaUve,
and nothing else cleanses tho tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply ,wlll not stop playing
to empty tho bowels, and the result is
they become tightly clogged with
waste, liver gets sluggish, Btomach
sours, then your llttlo ono becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat,
sleep or act naturally, breaUi la bad,
system full of cold, has Boro throat.,.
Btomach-acho or diarrhoea. Listen,
Mother! See if tonguo Is coated, then,
give a teaspoonful or ''Calirornla
Syrup or Figs," nnd In a row hours all
tho constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested rood passes out or tho sys
tem, and you havo a well child again.
Millions or mothers glvo "California
Syrup of Figs" becauso it Is perfectly
harmless; children love it, and It nev
er falls to act on tho Btomach, liver
Ask at tho store for a CO-ccnt bottla
of "Calirornla Syrup or Figs," which
has full directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on tho bottlo. Adv.
A Press Agent.
Mask-Who is that follow coming
out of your rooifl with a suit?
Wig That's my press agent
For the treatment of rohla, pore throat,
etc., De.in's Mcntholntctl Cotmh Drops give
euro relief Dc ut all nood Uniuiyata. ,
Every tlmo a man looks Into a mir
ror ho imagines ho sees tho reflection
of a hero.
Anyono could writo pootry wero It
not necessary to mnko It rhymo.
CLfVMA Granulated Eyelids,
WM Eyes inllamed by expo-u-
v sure to Sun, Dust and Win
Bm. .. quIcklyrelievedbyMurhn
wLjf V3 EyeRemedy.NoSmartinb',
just Eye Comfort At
Yonr Druggist's SOc per Bottle. Nurlse Era
Druggists or Muriac Eye Reaedy Co., CUuf
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