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the causes of the disease. "S-DROPS"
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Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuralgia or
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RAILWAY EQUAL TAXATION
Gaoetii of ths Fight that ia low Being
Hade in Omaha.
LOCAL HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF
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ISO Lake Street, CHIOAQO.
Hot Debate Before the Orlclaal Char
ter Committee Tlaree-Fealllade
Between) Coaarll, Paapletoa
aa4 Roeewater la IWO,
The tight that la now being made to com
pel the railroads to par taxea for city
purposes the same at Individuals and other
corporations bad Its origin In a red-hot de
bate before the original charter committee
In 188. It waa a three-cornered fusillade,
In which City Attorney Connell, Hon. An
drew J. Poppleton and E. Rosewater par
ticipated. The debate waa reported and
published at length In The Omaha Bee of
December 0, 188. At that time Mr. Pop
pleton was the general attorney of the
Union Paclfle railroad and waa a member
of the charter committee of fifteen which
framed the charter for Omaha aa a city of
the metropolitan class. It was at this time
that Mr. Connell prepared and fought for
his viaduct provisions and for equitable
railroad taxation. The arguments made by
Mr. Connell and Mr. Rosewater are sub
stantially those now being urged. What oc
curred presents a case of history repeat
ing Itself, and Is an Illustration of the
proposition that no question is settled until
It Is settled right. For the Information of
those Interested In the vital question of
Just railroad taxation the red-hot debate of
1886 and the proceedings of the charter
committee la reproduced.
The Charter Committee.
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Thera wss a (air attendance at the meet-
Ins; of the charter amendment committee
yesterday afternoon. The first question dis
cussed waa that of railway taxation. Aa
he bad preTlousIjr announced his Intention
to do. City Attorney Connell reported his
amendment providing that the property at
railway and telegraph companies be as
sessed for taxation the same as that of
all other eorporattona and Individuals.
Mr. Poppleton objected. He held that the
amendment waa to the contempt of the
committee had no business there.
Mr. Connell aald that he had followed
right !n the line of other changes offered.
It the committee objected. It was simply
a matter of striking cut a very few lines
from the pages already prepared with
amendments, which In nine esses out of ten
have been approved by the committee.
Mr. Poppleton sa'.d he did not like to
see the amendment go In,
Mr. Connell ssld It was to subject tho
railway and the telegraph property to the
same tax precisely aa the property of other
corporations and Individuals, on the theory
that there Is no reason why. these com
panies should not pay for maintaining the
police department, fire department and
other necessary expensea of the city, pre
cisely the same as Individuals were re
quired to do, and the same as the horse ra 1-
way, telephone company and every other
corporation In the city, except the rail
ways and telegraph companies, were re
quired to do. Mr. Poppleton bad remarked
on another occasion that he did not propose
to engsge In any side controversy or curb
atone debate. The speaker advocated the
amendment on the theory that It was right.
and can be defended upon principles of
right, and cannot be successfully opposed
or resisted on any theory of fair and Just
taxation. The question bad arisen In court,
where Mr. Poppleton filed a petition ask
ing for an Injunction. The speaker had
asked him the question: If the charter
waa amended so aa to give a clear right
to make thla tax In thla way, would It not
be constitutional, and in your Judgment
would it be In conflict with the present
law? His recollection waa that Mr. Pop
pleton aald It would be constitutional and
not In conflict with the present law.
Mr. Poppleton: I did not say any such
thing. I said If It waa put In the charter
It would repeal the general revenue law to
the extent It would affect the general rev
StralaeA Coastravllea of Law,
Mr. Connell: The general law waa not In
tended to cover this, aad It la only by a
strained' and forced construction of It by
the railroad people that It Is allowed to
cover railroad property for municipal pur
poses. The law la evidently framed with
respect to county and state taxea.
Mr. Chaae: How la It with other cities?
Mr, Connell: I am not familiar with
other cities. The district court of Toledo,
O., has Juat rendered a decision In the mat
ter of railroad taxes. The Wabaah road. In
order to eacape the levy, baa hitherto had It
assessed In the lump and prorated by
counties. But the treasurer of the city
assessed the depots and grounda apart from
the proate, and the court baa now sua
talned the assessment as a Just one. It Is
right, ian't It? I dm honest in my con vie
tton that railroad property ought to be
taxed the aame aa the property of citizens
Mr. Poppleton moved the adoption of the
aection as It waa agreed upon and recom
mended by the committee. Seconded by
Mr. Rosewater: Mr. Chairman, when I
waa here last, it waa my Intention not to
take part In the deliberations of this com
mittee again. . To me personally thla com
mittee aeemed Inclined not to take a broad
and liberal view of the very important
queattona which are Involved In framing
this charter. It appeara to me that Its
action In aome reapecta was so narrow
gauged and ao utterly Incompatible with
he great duty It baa to perform aa repre
sentative of the taxpayers. I thought per
haps It would be best at once to cut abort
and say nothing. Because after all the
responsibility Is without legislative delega
tlon, who could readily underatsnd that
hat thla committee had done waa largely
id Its private Interest, and not In the In
te'eat of the people who have aent the
delegation to repreaent Douglas county In
the legislature. But I have concluded once
more to take part In your deliberations, be
csuse I waa notified that there would be
very Important matter discussed today. If
I could have my own way, I would have
thla committee take a wider latitude on
the whole question of city taxation by aim
ply Inserting four lines: That the prop
erty of all corporations shall be taxed for
municipal purpcaea Juat the aame aa the
property of individuals.
Mr. Connell: There are only four lines
as It is. All except railroad and telegraph
companies are taxed.
Oar-Mded aad I ajast arateai.
Mr. Rosewater: I do not aee any neces
sity for even admitting for one moment
that there la auch a great injustice and
such a one-sided system of lawmaking aa
the exemption of any claaa of property
from a proper share of taxea. I have talked
with one of the circuit Judges of the United
States on this question, and It the railroad
people are determined to staod stubbornly
In the wsy of their own Interest and reaiat
(air dealing, thla queatlon la going to be
brought up In the courts. I jay that the
time will come when tbla whole revenue
law will be knocked to pieces aa a fraud.
It la a mocktry of Justice which will not
be permitted. There Is nothing la the
constitution of this elate which authorises
It. and I have the highest legal authority
for aaylng that If a teat caae was made la
the federal courts, not la Nebraska, but la
Iowa er Ohio, b some outside property
owner, cur whole tax system would have
to be revised. The fact is this, the consti
tution of the state of Nebraska says that
the property of all eorporattona shall be
taxed Just the same as that of individuals
not only corporation property, but their
franchises. Now In the city of Omaha
there are today over 1,000 lots exempted
from city taxes. We published two years
ago 669 lota that have never been assessed
or levied upon. Since that time the Burl
ington railroad has built roada which will
certainly Increase the number to over
.000. I believe that fully 10 per cent ot
the entire property of thla city yields no
tax tor municipal purposes. If there Is any
man that can atanl here and defend auch
tax-shirking I want to look at him.
Mr. Poppleton: I want to say that as
sertions like these that are made week after
week and year after year are not true In
fact. The place we want to meet thla
question la In the courts.
Mr. Rosewater: The court has not had a
chance to paas on this question.
A warm cross-fire ot words took place
here, which the reporter waa unable to
Aa to the Conrts.
Mr. Poppleton: I rise to a question ot
order. Slsnder of the courts Is out of
place before thla committee. I hope that
Mr. Rosewater's atenographer will take
what I say as well aa what Mr. Rosewater
says. I rise to a point of order, i n.s com
mittee should not listen to abuse of the
stste and federal courts.
Mr. Rosewater: I have made no reference
to the state courta. I simply speak of a
test In the federal courts of some other
state, where the rights of the people are
respected and protected. I am not practicing
before the courts of Nebraska and have no
favors to ask of federal Judges. I am not
afraid of this court of justice. I think
day of reckoning will come before long.
We are simply asking that the 1.000 lota
located In the city of Omaha owned by rail
road companlea shall pay their juat pro
portion of the clty'a taxes. The sewerage
ot the. city drains of these lots; the police
ot this city protect the corporate property
against raids; the fire department that we
maintain at public expenses protects their
buildings. The men who represent the rail
roads enjoy all the privileges of our city;
they have the advantage ot our pub ic
schools maintained at public expense. Why
not tax those lots for municipal purposes?
It Is stated here that I am not telling tho
truth about these untaxed lots. I havo
published a description of the lots as taken
from the county records. If these records
are Incorrect I am not to blame.
Mr. Poppleton: They are taxed for all
that, but you do not know the law.
Mr. Rosewater: I think I know as much
about the revenue law as Mr. Poppleton.
Tho law provldea that the assessment ot
all railroad property shall be made by
three state officers aa a board of equalization.
Mr. Poppleton: This Is a mistake. This
law provldea only for railways that pass
through more than one county.
Mr. Rosewater: All right; that does not
make any difference..
Mr. Poppleton: It makes all the differ
ence In the world. If you build a railroad
wholly within the limits of a county It
Is assessed by the county assessors.
Railroad la Oil County.
Mr. Connell: Do you know of any rail
road ao built?
Mr. Poppleton: The Belt line railroad.
Mr. Rosewater: I will ask you another
question: la the property ot the rallroada
of thla state assessed the same as other
Mr. Poppleton: It la assessed In accord
ance with the law of the atate.
Mr. Roae water: Is that law in accord
ance with the constitution?
Mr. Poppleton: Why don't aome of your
agrarian friends help you to change the
county and give to other counties. I do
not think It la quite right and fair so far
aa Douglaa county Is concerned, but my
position la simply thus, that the real object
and purpose of that law waa to distribute
the tax on railroads for county and stats
purposes and was not for the purpose ot
In any way affecting municipal taxation.
Tou may examine the law which Is to be
found on psge 407 ot the Complied Statutes
and you will find that It prescribes In
the first place that a railroad company,
by Ita auperlntendent or president, shall
return to the state board the entire prop
erty belonging to the railroad company
Ita right-of-way, depot grounds, etc. It
then becomes the duty of the state board
to make a pro rata division of that amount
to the several counties, and it Is made the
duty of the auditor to certify to the
county clerks of the several counties In
which the property of the railroad la
situated, his assessment per mile, specify
ing the number of miles and amount In
each of auch counties. Now don't you see
that It Is evidently the purpoae and Inten
tion of that law to relate only to county
and state- taxes? It It wss the Intention
to apply to city taxes then would not the
law have gone little further and required
the state auditor to certify to the city
clerka the amount?
Mr. Toppleton: If that Is the law, how
does it come that you, as city attorney,
have never raised that point?
Mr. Connell: I have raised that point In
Mr. Poppleton: Not till last Saturday.
Mr. Connell: And aa a matter of fact
that was not a case which fully Illustrates
the point, for the reason that the city did
adopt Mr. Toppleton's theory for valuation
and did make an assessment according to
hla theory. I have frankly admitted It
would amount to double taxation. Now t
aay that you can not tor city purposes
make a double tax upon the railroad prop
rty. If you adopt his system, which gives
merely a nominal valuation, then It Is plain
and apparent that you cannot assess It
upon the valuation that you pay. We ought
to meet this square In the face, and If It
Is right that the Vnlon Pacific Railway
company should pay nothing upon Its prop
erty according to the same basis aa the
Belt line is taxed, you should say so.
TABLE AND KITCHEN
Mr. Connell: I would like to hear Mr.
Poppleton on thla queatlon, and give any
reason why this proposed change la not
Juat and right. I would like ta have him
explain why the property ot the Union
Pacific railway should be taxed on a differ
ent baala than property of the Belt line
railroad ia taxed. In other words, why
ought not all the corporations to be taxed
Mr. Poppleton: I know perfectly well the
object of these gentlemen In coming here
with their stenographer. They are welcome
to all there la In It, but I think that when
they do ao they put themselves outside the
pale ot the right to ask queatlona and to
aak for any exposition of this subject. I
said when thla matter was up before that
I would not discuss this question except In
court. I am aot going to waste my time
to make a public record for myself. I came
to aaslst In framing a charter that would
Mr. Connell: If your railroad company la
already paying city taxea upon a full and
fair valuation of all railroad property, why
do you object to thla additional clauae.
Mr. Poppleton: Becauae It almply breaks
up another system of assessment and the
very object la to prevent Ita having a fair
distribution. They want to cut It off and
tax It aa a aeparate thing when It should
be distributed over the line. 1
Mr. Connell: Does that railroad property
within the city limits pay taxea aa other
property on Ita valuation?
Mr. Poppleton: Yes, sir.
Talks of a "Whim."
Mr. Connell: Then why do you oppose
Mr. Poppleton: I do not propose to have
a law passed to meet your whim. It would
open the door to unjust valuation. You
want to "sock" It to us..
Mr. Connell: I have never used any auch
term. I want you to pay juat taxea.
Mr. Poppleton: We are paying just taxea.
What do these gentlemen want? They do
not want only that this property be as
sessed. They want to levy a local tax upon
Mr. Rosewater: Are we not all subjected
to locsl taxation?
Mr. Poppleton: No, air; If that ia
idea you need a little education.
Mr. Connell: Acting on this amendment
will not overturn any previous action. Thla
aection waa left over for after considera
tion, and I give Mr. Poppleton full and
fair notice that I would prepare an amend
ment solely on the ground ot Justice and
right, which would require that a railroad
company should pay taxea precisely the
aame aa all other corporations, and in
dividuals, and not for the purpoae of "sock
ing it to tne railroad company, aa Mr.
Poppleton has stated. Mr. Poppleton has
maae reference to the atate law which la
likely to mislead. He has referred alao
to the previoua action of the committee
that It would have a tendency to revolution
ise our present system. A revolutionary
change waa made several yeara ago whereby
tne property or a railroad company situ
ates in uougiaa county waa put Into
common pot with the property In all other
eountiea of the atate. and then a pro rata
division waa made by the State Board of
B.quaiisauoa. Now aa a reault of that the
baca counties lea. aettled counties
eelve a greater Drooortlon of t...
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"' noMwuer: Not at all. Thla la
where the rallroada ahow their peculiar
aoiiiiy in making reports to the state board
The back counties don't get a dollar more
Railroad as Ita Ovra Assessor.
r. uioutii; mi rauroaa tnus puts a
valuation upon Ita own property. But as
a matter ot fact, the atate board, when It
distributes this valuation, distributes It
according to the miles la each county. Now
the reault ot that la to take from Douglas
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Roafft Leg of Lamb with Btrlnff Beans.
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Orange Salad. Use for thla salad six sour
orangea and divide them Into sections; re
move the seeds and skin from '.he divisions
and cut the sections In half. Chill these
thoroughly. Arrange crisp, tender lettuce
leavea in a pyramid form with the orange
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Orange and Grape Salad. Cut sweet
orangea In dice and strain some lemon Juice
over them, then stand or. Ice to chill. Re
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white grapes; hove a lit le sugar and water
boiled to "crack" degi ;e, dip the grapes
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cherries to add color. Serve with crisp
Ambrosia Salad. Peel a few nice aweet
orangea, remove the white pith. Skin and
seed without breaking the lobes. Line a
salad bowl with crisp lettuce leaves; put
In a layer ot the orangea, sprinkle with
sugar, and If you use wlno, a little sherry.
Cover with a layer of fresh grated
cocoanut; next add a layer of lemon or
grape fruit Jelly; then cocoanut, more
oranges, etc. Place the dlah on Ice for
two hours. Decorate the top with sec
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Orange and Banana Salad. Remove the
skins from four perfectly ripe bananas and
cut each ia about three lengths, cut each
piece in quarters; sprinkle with a little
lemon Juice and powderes augar and set
on ice to chill. Peel and cut five or alx
orangea Into small pieces, removing s?eds
and white pith. Put the oranges and
bananas Into a glass dish In alternate
layera; pour a tart French dressing over
the whole; set a blanched lettuce heart In
the center and aome tiny crisp lettuce
leavea around the edge. and serve. A few
blanched almonda may be arranged In form
of stars on top of the salid.
Salad of Jellied Oranges. Make a pla n
lemon Jelly. Wet a plain mold and atand
It In a pan of cracked Ice. Pour into It
about quarter of an inch of the Jelly and
when It Is firm enough to hold them arrango
aome orange sect'ons In regular design.
In bottom of the mold. Dip other sections
In some half congealed jelly and fasten them
to the sides of the mold. When they stick
pour In more jelly having It just warm
enough to run then aid more orange aec
tlona and ao on until mold la full. Set
away to atlffen, then turn out on a chilled
dish and arrange a border of orange aec
tlona and amall dark green leaves of
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writes: "I haT uatad Whits Ribbon Hatnady on
Try obatlnat drunkards, and tha cures uav basn.
tan. In many raaes tha remedy waa given scrtlr.
I cbaarfully rKomownd and endorss Whit Ribbon
Remedy. Members of our ouion are delighted to
find an eronorolra.1 treatment to aid us lu our Usv
p ranee work "
Druggleta or bj mall, tl. Trial narkegs froa by
writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for yaara secretary
of s Woman's 'Christian Temperancs union), fit
Tremont street. Roaton, Maaa. Sold in Omaha by
In Pullman tourist deep
ra on fast trains,
New cars, courteous employes,
' satisfying; meals. -
Cheap and comfortable.
"Santa Fe all the way," Chicago and
K arum City to Ixs Angeles and San
tickets, dally, until
'Phon 747. S. W. Cor. Kth ,nd rhl-io stPMta.
Good, d,llvr4 FRICB to mat put ai clijr.
Illustrated books about California
tour and cheap Southwest lands.
E. L. Palmer. I. A.,
409 Equitable Bids;..
Des Moines, Ia.
light to the eye
light to the eye. 7
We quad ol the glass X
an long ss it Until. J!
And then lay it down J
And then lay
with a mi ah
AT LIABINO BARS. CASKS AND DRUQ STORIS.
0. HIRSOH A OOMPANY,
Kansas Oitt mo.
dM WHEN OTulElSLMS.
Mas. Frances Mitchell.
Secretary. North Chicago Frauen
Verein. i056 WinnemacAve., ChicagoMLsays
Chicaoo, III., 1054 Winnemao Arenas, Oct. Ifi, 1901.
Wine of Cerdal ea always be relied upon to core when everything else falls. It is a certain cure for female
disease in their worst forms. I suflered fur years m lib. ulceration. InUmM pains ia the womb and ovaries and
dreadful headaches unfitted me for iny work, rinally 1 grew so ill that I hsd to keep to uy bed. The pains were
' so intenee at times aa to eauae spasms and a disagreeable diacharge draintet my life lorces. In my eitreraity after
a I else I sd failed, 1 tried Wine of Cardui. After using it for two weeks I brgan to Improve ao rapidly that I felt
encouraged to keep up the treatment, which I did for eighteen weeks, but at the end of that time I was entirely
eured. hat a relief was mine end bow new and beautiful life looked to we when my health was restored. Only
mow wno umvw paaaaa inrouga
urh e atea-e of alckneaa mm 1 have m
will underatand bow much I value L7f Kj5r. Afi I
Wine of Oardui. It ia Indeed
boon to sick women.
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ft' T V 'iW?mV
Fully 1,500,000 afflicted American women have been cured of female diseAsea in the privacy of their Lome by Wine
of Cardui and everyone of them would pive it the tame praise Mrs. Mitchell civet.
Every weak woman needs Wine of Cardui. What better present could be taken to a suffering relative or friend
than a bottle of this great medicine? That is the quickest and most satisfactory way to brinjr joy to the despondent
sufferers in your home to really make your loved ones happy. Can you read Mrs. Mitchell's letter without feeling your
responsibility to the sufferers in your home? Wine of Cardui cures disordered and painful menstruation, periodical head
aches, falling of the womb and leucorrbrea. It cures extreme cases of these troubles. It strengthens girlt approaching womanhood, help bring
( children to barren hornet, maV.es pregnancy and childbirth easier, prevents mis
carriages ana it tne best medicine ever made lor use during the change of life.
Why permit the good women in your home to suffer another day? Every
druggist hat $1.00 bottles of Wise of Cardui.
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