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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1909.
ASIA BAR TO WORLD PEACE
John L. Webster Fiadi Danger ia
Xixei lUce and CirilitttioB.
WAX HAT COXE OS AWAKL5I5Q
Deplore Oierrlaet eatery 1-earlslatten
Aaafatet Jeaa aaa1 Daabt Peril
I Tell !! af
t al-d Stale.
IJNOOLN. Neb.. Fib. 3-t4pecti-Jotan
Wfhfifr or Onuht in an kM'
at tb stata oniTeraity thl rooming de
clared that Asia vu the on formldabl
bar to universal peac. At the same time
ho urged against discriminatory legislation
agalnat tn AaW.lc. declaring there la not
a much dana-er of Japa and Chinese over
run nine Anwlrt aa there la of Americana
orerrunntnc Japan and China. The ad
dree -a delivered at tbe tnrltattoa of the
Nebraska .divieion of the Mohonk peace
Mr. Uebater declared there a de
cided and hopeful tendency toward univer
sal peace, commerc. telegraph and cable
facfllile, Meamsblp and ocean linea and
the Influent of financier all tending In
trat direction. Th law of nations, he
aaaertad. was Mit teaerallr recom'txed
la America and Europe- Africa, he aaid.
la under the domination of European
en'jntrtea, Cbntmulng. he aaid:
So far the continents present rather
hopeful and iHinn( pictuie of a possible
federation of mankind of a I'nited Slates
of tire nurld. But Asia must be taken inlo
account and she presents new dangr-ra
In Asia tnere are the natural antagonism
tnet Inherently exist between races of en
tirely distinct characteristica. In the
I'ntied Pi sirs we see the atnalgamatkm of
iminirnmt from all t fx coumiiea of Eu
rop into a horn agerieoua race of Ameri
in. but tner are si: Caucasiana. La Asia
tnl can never be.
It la luu Inrw the nowtaet if at onertliaB.
ft anif Caacasian races Ihst present Ue whole
Manger. II he deeper than that. It I in
te evolution of their civilisation now rap
idly (ixiit on. The readers of hist or jr must
tecah that tn ail agea and with all race.
wren I he know ledge of power breaks across
the hortson uf a people Just awakening
frsm r-enturlea of Inertness, that the war
spirit become uncontrolis We. It is a :gn
ot v!or. of atenglh. of manliness, of
ptlde. of nationality.
N aatton la no mock concerned in main-
taming peace tn Asia a the I'nited Ptatea.
No nation f tn a position to eaerclae so
potential an Influence over ft'hlna and
Japan aa the I'nited Ftates. When the
fnlted States Leaka. t: continent of
Amctin a-ire it the voice of a command.
Rnt tfvsi ncwlr risen world powers of
Asia have a rteht to ask of us fair treat
menl and honorable recognition of all
i i Mi a- anted to other nations.
our Haeitk. eoaat states should recognise
these aelX-eldent truth, and not badger
and launt the cltisens of the orient with
ittaerttninatorv leilatkn. Neither the
MMlrini. nor Kouin Americana, nor Egyp
tians, nor the black men of India have
oretrun the I'nited State, ret our ports
have alwava been open t them. The Mon
golian races have not overrun Russia, nor
tha countrtea of Europe, ret no barrier ha
there hrea - erected againet them aa we
have rmt in in our rountiT. There, ia not
half so much danger of tbe Japs and
Chinese ovetrunnuag our alatea aa there is
of Americana overrunning Japan and Chin.
Our pe"Pie are there now by the thousands,
and before fnanr Tea" wl'.l likely dom
inate the'.r commercial and manufacturing
interests. We are not prthibtted from go
ing there. La ua be Just and fair. It is
the on It sit to maintain peace, and avoid
fanning the dying embera into a Ha roe of
lentil Hat nerind arrive the Vnited
States should have the cordial and ge-neroua
support of lovers and advocate or peace,
tn building and maintaining a nary that
wl'l gte her tbe power to enforce her de
mand and anaka her request reapected
. everywhere. She oan oommand and main
tain near in Asia If she be strong enough
in her war machinery, but If she become
weak, tbe eroivtaos that ta going on across
tbe Pacific will surely and unexjiectedly
Bg-Jia. snaia'Jhra.srd srith tatsr fiaanea
of war.-and too Vrntad States cm not this
avoid It if she would. And should It com.
11 will be tho greatest and bloodiest war
of all hisfw-y. I am not an alarmist- I
. am araeaJtae- ta . Deacemakers to accept
a4 and adopt the surest method to securf-l
Beace. IDatabllah. peace in Asia and the
time win be near when the peace goverri-
meeit of the United Btate ot tna wwia
may be Inaugurated.
latstltwt at Hsrrari.
HARVARD. Neb., Feb. 3. tSpeclalV-
A two-daya' aetstoa of th annua Farmer'
Institute began at Stokea opera bouaa yes
terday afternoon which promises to be wen
attended and of much Interest. Among: the
epeakera are: E. w. Hunt of Syracuse.
Neb.. o -Rotstlon of Crops"' and other
eubjocta: It. F. Kingaley of Hasting. "The
lreft Horse," "Ethlca af the Colt." and
otner aubjecta; Andrew Elliott of Gait. On
tario, "Sheep and Dairy Cows;" Myrtle
KauffrrsJi of Lincoln. "Care and Cooking
of Meat;" Prof. Lawrence Bruner. "In'
ae-is. Crops and Protectlosi of Bird."
Mr. W. r. Johnson of Harvard, prealdect
of the Woman s auailiarr. has charge of
thia department, with a special prog-ram.
while the entire session will b supplied
by special snuaicaJ "program under th di-
rectioa of M las Nor Hjeim.
Former Mayaw Strack y Trala
TECrMSEH. Neh., Feb. 51 8peclal
U. S. Cbittetideri. a well known business
man of this city' and former major, was
struck by a Burlington engina on passenger
trala Na. (4. southbound, this morning.
Mr. ChtUeadea waa walking along- the
track la th rain, hi uunbrel'.a over his
heal, ana did not appreciate hi neareeas
ta th paanrrg tralit Ha waa struck by
the pilot and thrown upoa hia head clear
of the track. Ns boaea war broken, but
akar. Chitteadea waa terribly shocked aad
hta hip waa brulaed and hia ear badly lac
erated. He wa circa prompt eurgical car
and th attending surgeon Is of th opinion
h will aooa recover.
Kssrssr "Jarmal otea.
KEARNET. Neb,. Fab. 3. Special -Th
"Jolly Junior" had a aletgh ride
Monday evening, after which they were
entertained at th bom of Misa Lrtty Mc
Laia. The nrelrnilaary debates ar Jjst
finished and th chosea ones for tne Inler
co!lsriat debate are M.aa Alice HsrJhora,
Vitas Miaaia Blaachard. Miss Mauie Kirk.
Miss Margaret Feteraoa. Mesara. Roacae
fUmmnc.. Anthony Eaaterllug. Ra.ph Dug
dale. Waiter riaber.
Th reg-ular aaeetuig of taa "Dutca
la" waa hela Tuesday vcurg
9ieraka tsi Katea.
TKL.1S C1TT Washlngton'a birthdav
a appropriately sMentl her by tti
Jbllc a hoo.a.
Mia Msry fi. r
a, gat. utw u'r ' . a K
" ' Kelly of ler.ee. Colo., mni Mrs V. G
1. W. uarnU h
A wkoleaoB food, gtagvg reidj
t r. DeiKloii. rtpry. tetojt-
"Taa Taata Uager
fmia kg. !; raaC aaaa la
wasw '!. 1 i mi Lid.
Ball . rvi-a. bi.t,
si":ei a nv c of th NstI'vtvI EJjr
tineisl sssociatir a.
RETRIE-Prjee Armrtieri snd Wtes
Nina Rk-hards were married 6unlajr iri'
no.pn at Pickrell. Rev. F. A. Rauch ffi
tiatmg. FAI.I.K (ITT M-r Gett, th little
daughter of Mr a-1 Hr L.W. (Vet. It-
rg eat of town. Teil lnoay ano aus
tained a. broken limb.
lUNTl-KT Frar.k Trgmire. a far-ne'
ivlng three mts northweet of IM city.
fell from a load of hay and sutler) a
bad fracture of the arm.
FLATTFMrrTH Word has been re-
ive4 ihst Clsud. a sob of Mr. and Mr
James PveT of this citv. waa married
o Miss I'ral Foss in Msdrid. Neb.
HIXT1.ET This eertfon of th stste
had s erjr severe thunderstorm, the ftist
is vesr. A reavy rain lster turneo i
snow and it grew considerably colder.
P.EATRICK Returning home from the
E ks' club rooms ,last erertng. A. M. 1--vail
slipped and fell on the atdewalk
breaking his left leg Juet above the ankle.
FALlJt CTTT Jack "mltli. who was
found guilty of horee stealing st the be
ginning of this term of court, wa een-teru-ed
Wednesday to three years In the
penitentiary and wa promptly escorted
there by Sheriff Femon.
HOWARIk- Mr. Bums. recently of
Wsverlv. Neb.. ha bought out the in
terest of Mr. Miu-helrmr in the furni
ture and undertaking busioesa of Mitrhel
nxire A Bobbltt and the firm name
changed to Bobhitt st Burna.
BEATRICE Harry Gllmere and Mis
Flossie French. bo:h of Fairbary. were
married here "under by Rev. I". G- Proem.
The young couple left yesterday fnr r ort
Worth. Tex., where they will make tncir
RE1TRICE Ernest it. Roop snd Miss
F!va e!l IjiSmeier were married at the
home of the bride parenta. Mr. and Mrs.
F. ii. Iohmyer of OOen yes-rmiy ii
high noon. Th young couple will make
their home on a farm near tannam.
FALLS CTTT Tlie district court has
een in eerelon for the isst three weeks
and some caees lse attracte larre
crowds. The drainare ca.es have been
especially rard fousnt. Tie Jury wa
dismissed Wednesday until Msrch 2.
NERRAKA CITT John Hall, who has
been here in Jail for svme time, being sent
up as a vsgrsnt. having been caucnt wttn
another man selling new shoes st Paul, lor
a small sum, has been given anomer sen
tence on the charge of carrying concealed
BEATRICE Tbe members of the Order of
the Eastern Ktsr Inst evening surprised th
members of Beatri-e lodge No. 2R. Ancient
Free and A'-cepted Mason, at the close of
their meettt'g A musical program wa
rendered, follow. ng which refreshments
BEATRICE Samuel A. Kinney, a fanner
reeidmg in the south part of tbe county,
has brought uit for dsmag- against the
Burlington road in the sum or x:.ys. in nis
petition be e lieges that some of his cattle
have hen killed by trains and hi orchards
damaged by smoke from the company a
MTtiOK A petition Is being circulated
here today In favor of Lon Cone as post
master to succeed the late Poet master
McLean, under whom Cone served as
depute. There la practically no opposi
tion and Mr t'one'a appointment on the
recommendation Cf Congressman Norria
NEBRASKA CTTT The Djff Grain com
pany has lessed all of the elevators of the
Bartling Grain com pan r and will operate
tbe same In the future. Frank Bartling.
sec retry of tbe latter company, haa entered
the employ of tbe former company. The
Bartling Grain company bad a large num
ber of elevator.
FALLS CITT A d-al was closed last
week whereby A. Graham of this city and
w. I. t.a.lev of Kansas City become the
owner of one of the largest and beet
lumber yards in Lincoln, Mr. basiey
will take charge of the yard at Lincoln
and will live there while retaining hia
lumber yard in Hiawatha. Mr. Graham
will remain in charge of hia yard here.
NEBRASKA CITT Mos Dunn of Lor
ton. waa arrested yesterday charged with
being a dipsomaniac and will have a
hearing In a few dare. Ia the meantime,
he will be kept tn jaiL H went home a
few night since and -mistreated his wife
and tea ra are entertained for her recovery.
He has been before the board before, but
waa permitted to go ow probation.
BEATRICE Word waa received here
yesterday from Auain, 111., announcing the
death of lira. Henry Beck, which occurred
at that lac yesterday morning of paralr
sta. Mrs. Beck resided near Blue Springs
for many year, locating at Austin with
her daughter. Mrs. K- Manrid. She waa
the mother of J. P. Beck of thi city. The
body will be brought to Blue Springs,
Wedneaday. for Interment.
NEBRASKA CITT Mr. Rebecca Fil
ters of Humboldt died at the home of her
daughter. Mra. George Stroble, la thia city,
yesterday and the body waa tfrken to
Humboldt thia morning for Interment. She
leaves six children. C, C. Fllsom. Seattle;
Claude Fllsom. Seattle: G. Ftlsom. Texas;
Mrs. Robert By era. Auburn: Mr. A. R.
Nima. Kansas City; Harry Fllsom, Auburn,
and Mr. J. G. Stroble. this city.
BEATRICE The Gage County Rural Let
ter - Carrier' association held a meeting
yeatetday at Blue Spring and discussed
matters ef interest to the organization, the
good roads' problem being one ef the
leading toplca. Postmaster Holllngworth
of Beatrice, and Wonder of Blue Spring,
were In attendance at the meeting. It
wa arranged to hold the anaual meeting
of tbe associaton tn Beatrice, May XL
ITCOOK Philip Blatt. an eccentric
character of many year residence in
this city, died last night, aged Teari.
While he lived la a mean style for year
he la supposed to leave aa estate worth
many thousanda of dollar, ail of which
he haa willed to a married daughter, al
though he i the father of a half dosen
or more children by two different wnes.
The second wife haa lived tn Lincoln.
Neb, for the last few yea re. The boay
waa ahipped to Norfolk. Neb., for burial
besid bis first wife. A son and daugh
ter by th first wife accompanied th re
main. M'COOK Brakemaa John Wdt waa a
victim of an a oddest at Oberlin. Kan.,
yesterday afternoon at :3i o'clock. In
which he sustained a fractured akull and
a eruatied left arm, which had ta b am
putated Th Injured man waa brought
to McCook In a special car tbe same oifht
and waa hurried to the Southwest Ne
braska hospital of thia city for operation
and treatment. By reason of the sertoua
nesa of the skull Injury the recovery of
tbe injured man ia a matter of some
doubt and can only be determined by
time. Tbe Injured man la origtnaliy from
I ret port. LL
NEBRASKA CTTT Trie dielike against
the Greeks aeema to spring up in all cirec
ttona and here yesterday Soeriff Flather
wa called to tbe eastern part of the rtty
ta cause som Greek to aov. aa tney
have been ta th .haMt ef ahooung the
ehkkees of th neighbor and putting
them la their on pot, but it waa not
the loae of the chicken, w bteta the neigtt
bora so strongly objected ta, aa to tne
pmmlacuoua way they had of shooting
without first looking to ascertain If human
being were tn thetr range. They moved
to aaother part of tha city and th rail
road will be asked ta dispense with their
NEBRASKA CITT Mra. Charles T.
H'ily died at the home of her daughter.
Mr. C. W, aVyanour. yesterday morning,
aged at. She was burn ia Hifertjsn. Ml,
la Id, and removed to Otiio with her
parents and graduated from ienon col
leg. Gambier. O. While there aiie met
Mr Huiiy a ad they were married afrer
each graduated, and cam aavanait. M..
where tsev resided ua'ii win tnejr
tame to thia city and made ihew hem ip
to tne time of her husband s cWatu in
ties aie lived for a tune in Colradfi and
afterwards moved batk t thia city where
a)i made her hon- up ta the Usae of her
I death. Her husband was one of the lead
ling attorney in the West and wa asaotig
tViee who assisted ta t"i first bi.id.r.g nf
Aoama f PutWo. Cokt. The funeral
'hetd iLia aittraaua frosa ia PrMUjienia
TOO MANY CLERKS IN CFFICE
J Caaaalarr RrM1 m Offr ( mmth j
Dskau StcMtarf ( i
t r".U.l.K. p U. rVte. a. . m.1 T.,
tram 1 V sia: aaaatbr s dir!arrt la I
1 caca.n.a t ail la 4.rrrr.t si' m
i oLa-a. aa4 fcaa mA a pr.aaiaatf rrsurt
an ta a .'fair f tL vffxa af taa aarrwiary
' ef aiai t-f im last fssr ra Tr
! rcuasj4 tkat t aWtary Biim
itf a tail- usaat t ratara S ru
a tova tsr "Tavrtaal ar al ta anaMic.fi
i taa ttraa4 tsmsuami la arfa. I
'. ar aa4 Ifcat ta haa kwt mfU j
I a rlrra,, u l M ca m
al V a ' fc M ) m i
en a jrvlememal -eport. but as yet has
nothing to say a t what tt will eoDtain
SPERRY RETAINS COMMAND
keveral tha a see. However, at 111 Be
Made lasag Ciatrrr af
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23. -Rear Admiral
Sperr probably will remain in command
of th Atlantic fleet until hia retirement la
September next, although a number of
Changes In the command of th battleship
soon will be announced.
The first charge announced today wa
taat of Commander William 8. Sim to
command tbe Minnesota on March L reliev
ing Captain John Hubbard, who will be
assigned to the general board of the tivy
to fill the vacancy rauaed by the granting
of a leave cf absence for six months to
Captain Abraham E. Culver.
FORT MONROE. Va , Feb. S.-Tne
American "bttle r.eet." a th sixteen
vessela which circumnKvigaled the globe
are officially designated by President
Roosevelt, were storm swept In the road
stead here today, out riding safely at
anchor the big ahips felt no effecta ef the
Admiral Fprry will personally Inspect
the enure f;eet snd nuke a detailed report
to th Navy department, covering the
cruise since he succeeded Rear Admiral
Tb'mas at San Franc soo.
Each vessel, after Inspection, will be de
tached and sent to a navy yard foe re
pairs The most serious work is the scrsp
Ing and painting of hulls In dry docks
The ships cat.ie in yesterday with little or
no coal left in their bunkers. Foul sea
growth accumulated upon the steel bottoms.
The battleship Vermont continued In
quarantine today on account cf a suspected
case of smallpox aboard.
The Nary Ix-aave of the United State
beld its annual meeting here today. Ad
miral perry and fifty-four officers of the
fleet left by rail today for Richmond. V,
to tske luncheon at the Chamber of Com
merce. Many entertainmenta have be-.-a
arranged for them at Old Point Comfcrt.
DRY FARMERS MEET IN SNOW
Sia Handera Deleaatee Pre erst at
First Meetlaa; af agree
f E a pert
CHETENXE, Wye. Feb. IS. With more
than 6(4 delegates present and with several
hundred n.ore to arrive on belated and
snow bound trains, tha third Trananiiaaouii
dry farming congreaa opened It sessions
her today. The sessions will continue
three day, and it ia expected that work
of th utmost importance to lb semi-arid
regions will be accomplished.
A blanket of snow mort than a foot deep
greeted the delegatea as nature assur
ance that "dry farming'' waa partly a
mianomer la Wyoming.
Today'a program included an add ess by
Governor B. B. brooks of Wyoming, pres
ident of tbe congress. A number of state
and national agronomist ar on th pro
gram for addresses.
A letter from President Rooseve;t to
Governor Brooks waa read.
NO NEW JUDGE FOR NEBRASKA
Seaatar BarketCs Bill Only Cataages
Tlaaea af Meetlaa af th
WASHINGTON. Feb. n. fSpeciaJ Tele
gram.) Senator Burkett'a bill doe not give
an additional Judge for Nebraska. It only
change th times of tbe meeting of circuit
and district courts, which th federal Judge
have auggested to meet want ot lawyers
and litigants throughout th state. The
original law provided that court ahould be
held the fourth Monday in October at Lin
coln. Senator Burkett'a bill provides for a
meeting of court at Lincoln on the first
Monday. It also provides that issues of
fact may be tried In tbe division in which
th defendant reside.
BELLS RING M0PTI0N FIGHT
Wears Pray at Altar la Effort ta
Baa la a Salowas frwaa Indi
IXDIANAPOUS1. Feb. St-With the ring
ing of churcn bells, the blowing of whistle,
with the women at the church altar pray
ing for divine help, the temperance force
today entered the contest to banish the
saloon from five counties. Daviess.
Adams. Grant, Newton and Howard are
the count lea holding election under the
county local option law. For week the
temperance force hav been waging a
hard fight, and they are claiming rlctory
In every county. Tha saloon people also
hav carried on a lively campaign.
HOLDS LAW REACHES FRANKS
Sapreaae Caart Derides Pass Mraaare
Applien Express Privi
leges. WASHINGTON. Feb. a-That tha Inter
atate commerce law. prohibiting th issu
ance of passes ta employes aa th rail
road 1 applicable t th granting of ex
press franks waa held today by tha ao
pre me court of th United Btate la the
case of the American Express company
against th Cnrred State. Th case orig
inated ia Chicago.
J. r. Helta.
I. T. Hclin. at year old. died ef heart
trouble at aa Omaha t oaju tal Monday.
His hams waa at Twenty-first and Maa-
Palatskia. aVoeaamicaJ, aartaaiaf.
A Nbr. woman ha outlined tha ana
food la a few words, and that from nar
unal experience. Sh write:
"After exir long experience with Grap
Ncta. I cannot aay aaogH la It favor.
Wa hav used Uus fuod a. most eontiaua.iy
for aeea yeara
"W oaiUne trie ! bar advertaed
breaWfaat fooda, but w lavanaMy r
turned t Grapa-Nuts aa the ax: pala
table. sobBomkal and airtahiug ia
"Vibea I .n tea and coffe and began
ta ua Fostuss and Grape-Nuta. I wa a
BerTuaweevk. I waa irritab. I coo.4
I a at sleep -fll. had ao ulerrst ta I .'a
I After waicg Grape-Nut a ahart tuna I
,n,r' J ltT
ms. w . a W Til
Mr tsr nli4-ra na ta a.aaM
rir4 a V"t r j-a- N j '.a. bk tbay sat tar
bsxs a car
TWr af Brttua ef raavia a4 tar
avr aa Wast erptta f aaack
Iwud. tbroaa ta aauat ar iu
f artipo. ir.- tMu lX,ry -u : rvtaja
Gra-Ny ia a tera a J fJ4.
xra-K fe.4 raa aat4 aocr ataa.
an4 naa Iwaa. tfcarsfvra, a SMtat trmai si
tsa-4 for -
Niaa r as fvataat Ca. aWiu l
it x a Ra4 Ta Sia4 ta W .; u-. " aa
saa 7r a r sua
l.rr ra4 th aawta Irtut? X mrw
arrears frosa Uat Sa llane. T Wry
r isim. Irs. aatel faU 4 k aaaa a
dersot streets. Omaha. Arrangement for
th funeral bav not been made.
Dr. Wesley raldiaa.
FEWER. Col Feb. Ja.-Pr. Wesley
Spauldlng. former president of Iowa Wee
ley an university, died her last Bight,
aged M year.
GARY STEEL MILLS STARTED
Mtisfsrtsr af Rail Begins
TrweC ew Ttwi ta
CHICAGO. Feb. E Th great mill of
th Vnited States Steel corporation at
Gary. Ind., today began th manufacture
of steel raila.
Pna-Helleate Sweiety laaaen Stateaaeat
a a-ewtk Omaha AaTalr.
CHICAGO. Feb. (Special Telegram.)
To the Editor of Th Bee: It la with deep
regret that we have read and learned of the
lawless attack by ;rve of the citizens
ef your city upon the Greek rerklenta. We
deplore th fact that any American citlsen
should br thetr act giv countenance to
mob violence. If any one, be h of Greek
or ary other parentage' or nativity, haa
offended against the law let him be pun
ished by th law In ita properly constituted
W hare never believed, nor do w now
believe, that American spirit is so narrcv,
American "nse of fair play so dead, or th
principle of the constitution and American
Institution so forgotten that th offense
of any man of any nativity ahould con
demn all cf the same nativity to pun ali
ment at tbe hands of any one. W wish
thst for every effenae committed by on of
any ralivity th thinking public would re
member the large body of Greek-Americana
who have earned and hold the respect
of true citixen for their loyalty to th
land of their adoption, their energy ia It
Purine, their fealty to Its institutions and
Its principle cf government. W truVt
that your paper, with Ma vast Influence tn
moulding public opinion, will help to keep
tn the public mird the truth about Ameri
cans of our race, so that th deplorable
scene of mob violence may not be directed
9gnst those of Greek or any other birth
who by their just endeavor, honest enter
prise and love of American precept cf
government and law ar entitled to the
respect and help of all who worship at th
altar of liberty.
In th name and In behalf of th Pan
He!lenic union and its 5P.0C members.
AtTI-CREEk RIOT I DA 1 TO 51
Mab Wreck Billiard Hall ail Caady
Star la Ohio City.
DATTON. O. Feb. a-A billiard ball
and candy store owned by two Greek
was attacked by a mob of men and boy
In the west end her tonight and th front
of the building completely demolished. The
mob gathered in a neigh bo ring vacant lot
and made th aaaault with stone, bricks
and revolver firing Into th building and
narrowly missing about twenty girl who
were gathered there. Th riot continued
until the arrival of the police, who restored
lLirGHTES OF IXBrsLlTCCE BILLS
Senate Coaasalttee rata a Q ale taa aa
a N as tor.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. H. (Special Tele
gram.) State Chairman T. S Alien of th
democratic party, loat ta first round ta aa
effort to get th leglsiacwr to en act a
bill permitting a mutual accident asnocia
Uon to turn over Ita bualneaa and asset
to a Block company, belor th committee
on insuranc last night, when three bills re
lating to thia subject were postponed. Th
measures were 8- F. 7S. 7 and 112, th two
former by Senator Volpp of Dodge, and the
Utter by Bartoa of Saline, who Introduced
the measure at tb request of Attorney
H. H. Wilson of Lincoln. Th biUs hav
created aa unusual amount of comment in
the legislature because of tb possibilities
they would open up if enacted Into law.
When they were brought up oa committee,
Senator Volpp aaked Mr. Allen to explain
them, and h briefly announced that ba
did not desire to push them, and they were
at one postponed. Senator Volpp had pre
viously aaked th member ef th commit'
tea to postpone them if they they ahould
It I said similar measure wtll yet be
introduced in tb house.
Th comitte ga v free rein to insurance
men for discussion and bills to regulal
Hfe, fir, fraternal and raped illy mutual
fis companies were discussed, final actioa
on all being reserved.
Ther waa no opposition to S. F. 225 by
Howell of Douglas, to prevent overhead
Insurance and rebate by foreign Insurance
A number of bill by Bartoa, Imposing
strict reaTulatton upon life Insuranc com
panies to prevent misrepreaentatloa by
agent and to compel them ta fll eopie
ef all printed matter with tb auditor war
objected to en tbe ground they would in
volve Nebraska Insurance companies la
trouble because ef th reciprocal feature
of th law now existing.
S. F. 53S and ZM by Bartoa drew the fir
of mutual insurance men ea th ground
they would Impoee unlimited liability,
which ia net required ef atock companies.
Th committee Indicated th measure
weuid not be pushed, ther being no Indi
cation tii mututal fir laeurnac Interest
or outside persona deair tne present law
changed. A protest waa mad aa tb con
trary by A. C. Hull of Hasting, represent
ing th mutual eeonpaale ef the state.
OLE Ktiagbrll and T. W. Blackburn
ef Omaha addressed th commute.
Active Salesmen bee Want Ad.
ritKEEDnbl W THSS HOlE
Mast af Day Ita la Dlacaaaiaa af
Saaory Clll BlU.
WASHINGTOX. Frb. 3- Appropriauon
fc.ila. Boalnly occupied th avuat todar.
Ti sundry civil bill aa conaidarvd. hut
pro;ra aa U aa aiow Tb fort:?icatKaa.
lrcialatl. Eccjt!v till Jjdx-ial. d. plo
maitc aad consular and notoff:c atro
nrtatioa t.u:s ar at t cuofcrrnca
Mr. Oarfe. iflal uaMrcfuUy at
tuint4 ta arcur aa Inrtatiaatioa br ta
crrrm.i i on it jjAk .ary lata tb wni-lr-a
of tna recent lttr br Sarrturf af
SUa' Bar oa. apuit'f sing tot Mr Ra:ay (
rraaarLa rard ng Pradrt Ottali.a af
FtUKt. Mr. Clara ctct s:na- t sa
errtaia If Mr Bacoa a rf.'aca 1 Mr.
ftatspy const rtutM aa aa of ta nrtr
n f th baua
At I ii aa. tr tu rd bBUl
9 '! jufi saenaltj.
riMuonsi iar tub scistk
ill rra Id la la I to aaaa al
IllvsatsrS mrara SaUWrs.
nAtlllVJK'X. rv a-Tt araakSrat
i ainord la rftat a -rt f latry
ta aWt.rm.M t jaXifai far rv
aUaMl at la aars4 ara Mdra f
t& T'r- J.a lafsairy rraissaaC art
a na f aamd aa llrasarril'.
Ta. i ism aM af Aras U-lt. M
T Jl 1' ra at t-r tlua awawa aa
f rri t a ii a a
Vigorous, Hale and Hearty at 76.
MR. AND MRS.
Many men and women, who haTe almost reached the fourscore mark,
Thompson about what Duffy g Pure Malt Whiskey haa done toward renewing their youth and keeping them rigor
ous. hale and hearty and in possession of all their faculties. As a leading doctor says, the secret of tbe whole thing
is that Durfy's Pure Malt Whiskey, if tskea as prescribed. driTeg out al! disease germs, invigorates tee Drain, en
riches the blood, quickens tbe circulation and prevents decay and old age.
This wonderful remedy hss been eU!led throughout tbe world tor
The Buoeeua of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey in coring disease has caused many unreliable dealers to put up substi
tutes and lmitationa with which to fool the people, dairLlng that their substitutes are Just as good as Duffy a Pur
CAtTIOX. Wheat yov aak your drojrzist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pare Malt Whiskey be sure yoa
the fciiaine. It's the only abwrivtrly pare medicinal malt whiskey and is sold ia large nealrd bottles only; never ia
balk. Price- f l.OO. Ixwk for th trade-mark, the "Ok! t hem 1st," am the
cork t sjabrokea. .Write .'owulting Physiciaa, Iraffy Malt WhKkey Co.,
booklet aad free doctor's advk-e.
Suppose a consumptive breathed
into your open mouth, or somebody with throat or skin disease
rubbed his Hps against $ouri. You shudder! But you walk right
over to your telephone or go into a public booth and rub your
lips against the mouth-piece two or three times in the course of a
day. all the while inhaling the deadly germs of tuberculosis and
other germ diseases, deposited in the transmitter by some unfortu
nate who has preceded you.
If you doubt dus. tale a rag and rub it around a mouthpiece and ask a
chemitl what be find in the smudge. If you don't want to take the trouble,
tale the learning of the London Lancet (the leading medical paper of the
world), a representative of which made a series of tests jial like the one
you're advised to try. with the result that tuberculous and other bacilli were
found in a splendid state of health and anxious to cause as much trouble
The telephone mouth-piece is a constant source of infection unless it is a
Red Cross Mouth-piece, which k3h every form of germ-iifc. Made
with a perforated, aluminum shell over hard rubber and packed between
with a filling, saturated with powerful germicide, which is constantly pour
ing out through the pores in the metaL Never rusts or corrodes. A sensi
ble, sanitary attachment that fits on to any telephone.
Meatioa tn Bam af pkoos yoa ant aainf.
Ye caa bay it is IIjOO at araj atosav oepartaMOt stores, aardwast stosm aad gsusarj
tons m yea caa sat it aaad hwa tke Red Csaa Aatnrptic Caatpaay. aloag wan a ycat
apply af tk Raa Class Aatacpne loaj aad a oroppet. by Buulaaj SlXJO Lrct la
Red Cross Antiseptic Co.
115 Adams Street, Chicago
Oataata m trusts CO, SL ST. Cfraaraa, IaaSaaas. aMstxlVatars, Osaaaa, atsK
that 8natar Teller voLed vita th republi
cans for tb paaaaa af tb tilL Tn bill
ia a coopromis mcaaur approved by
President Rooarve't. Senator Foraker and
all of tn republican anembera of tb com-
an I lie on acllltary affairs Tb CDuit af
inquiry wUl act as a board t cocalder ap
p'icauxia for rc-ealiatmeat and recommend
tb restoration to duty of each eoldiera.
rb ar not fsund fAiuty of complicity la
Tb sana i also passed tn fttrtlf icatloa
blU attb apnropriaUona a regal ir. St.
B3S.U1 aad tn dipicaaatic and consular ap
aripnauoa bill carry In (2t.Saa.
Tta anst adoi.-ned at 4 p. at
WORE SUPREMECCURT JUDGES
III ( reallaa Ta er Oalrer aae
ta Sea lb paksta
ritanr:. a t. res. a- p-.i Tie-
frBL W tea tb gnatur ef th governor
W attai.ed th stal all! bat ta new su
preme Jdge. ta senate bat lag teda
psssal tna bo-ae b J to I bat effect aitnoet
aaneadawat. Ttia ol'l fit ta ti
aartikera aad eoutaera Swrtioaa of I ' a' ale
ldgea aad IMSaoi ar t tb rffxt t&at
JbOga Mit'tr t tb lift c et yit aad Judge
aVaa.Ua af IM first carciut ar k ava awur
iJiety t be raea s
Tb aeaat psaeaS aestat but rv(ea. g
tt atat auraery la a aad fia.tg a tiu
ataalard for t ra riraa-e so. a j
Tb fu-isjctral baua Wit passed by ta
twn aer I prwr.ltort beeoer r bi.
aaer frasa aAgagug la tka retail Lneee
iKaslneaa ve n.iun sate U a sal
araatiaa g eta )jr4m ta rewaey
cast tn ratte ef T tm aw pa t eer
Tb houa klTleit th bill t creat a state
Th aarnaeat f gbt la th boua for tb
session was over tb arnat bill to ariv tl.e
tat an equal a arr ber of prreosptory coal
Irnae a 'its tha defens la criminal case,
a bleb va fought by tbe lawyer ef tb
boua and as oppossd br member owtaid
th profession aho sent tb lavryer t de
feat by a large maor1'.y a ben a vrj aaa
IT l TWO
or a, feed Maa tell af Her rib I
Arrldeat tAblle Saila W eed.
CHARLES CTTT. la.. Krb. n-fr;l )
At 1!. tbi mnmiiif at fUK.s.frd taerty
miles neat af tere. Laa Hmtaiu a a tat
almost In ta wi(b a bus aa. Vt Ml q.
gaged la saair.g wd be fail and t be at
rut clear ti.ri-h bis body, lie diej aimuM
lastaatlr lie fell aitli b. UoO) toaard
TSisro is Only Oao
Lazzativo Bromo Qufnlno
iJvraf raaaaaaW tha tS .
ta Ca irASaj mm rayy Vca.
Mr. and Mrs. David
Thompson, of Peeksk.ll,
N. v.. praLo Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey as the "best
tonic" for the old. Mr.
Thompson is 76 years
old and Mrs. Thompson
is 73. Doth are strong
and vigorous, thanks to
Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key which cured Mrs.
Thompson of dyspepsia,
after years of Intense
Mrs. Thonapeon and rnvaeUT bv
used Duff? Pure Malt tVh.is.ke-y the law
year or more and fiDd It th best tonic
for the aged. W are in the brt or
health and I myself ran do a pood day
work every day. I am In raj 16th Sear
and take the tonic twice day.
My wife had suffered from stomach
trouble for yearn and tried many kind
cf medicine, until two year airo. when
she thought she would try Duffj'a Pure
Malt W hiskey. She wa relieved at once.
She still continaeg to take it and as
there is nothing like it for dyspepsia.
Mra. Tbompaon la "S years la snd
boasts of tbe beet health since taking
jour medicinal whiskey." Mr. and Mrt.
Every testimonial is r-Ja ranteed ren
uine and is published in good faith lth
full consent. . . , -
tell the same story as Mr. and Mrs.
whst It has done for suffering bumaniiy
label, and make sure the aral over the
Kocheeler, N. V, for free illustrated
the machine. He waa a maa years of
a and leaves a rif and several mar
ried children. One fruai. J. I Weicbaaa.
Is emfl')ed In thia city as tinner lor C.
Ltd aa at Mtaaeart Valley.
Lo i AN. Ia. Feb. S.-Tb liuvr ntea; af
Mtraotirl Valky aemi to t- up against a
hard priHai nn a lib th county affxiai
of Harruia cvjuty. Katarday a aaaa
named Kreibai-h a as arrested for main
tain '. n g a Kuiaauce and f:ve aagxialoada af
liquor aaa seised by frvnerlff Itock. Tester.
day bberiff K.-k aeut ta Mueuurl Valley
arid arreared the I imd Is brottier. MUlerd
and a man by Lie r.an. of cUaart for th
alleged ofTena if txHrtlegg.ng. When
brought brfr i'itr ot Icaa ti
Pvunda brother a: d M lleid plead ju.'.ty
and a ere gl.ea ti.irlj- Cm a Ptuart refjead
to plead S-'-y and I la I .al a .11 Ouiu
up f r tearing ia tt .-a. fa.u.-
rm mtutt s ccut tm mm bat.
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