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Fhe Omaha Daily Bee.
The OMAHA DEE
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7a o-Iia rood far a4rtUr,
WEATHER FC 3.IC AST.
For Neb-ask-i r air ail wsrmer.
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For nrh-r report so ra I.
VOL. XXXIX -NO.
OMAHA; MONDAY MORNIXU, AIT: 1 1. 11. 1J1C.
SLMU.H CHl'V TWO (.T.NTS.
LINCOLN VOTES i Bi2 Aeroplane
ON INHIBITION! Swoops Down
Special Attention of Congress Kow
Directed to Important 2Teasar
for Definite Action.
I BEGINS FRIDAY
Serenty Thousand Enaierators Will
j Be Turned Loose cn People of
Atcruui capital tity vi.u &ei i
Saloon Question Today Aitrr i
Coxtiss Airsnip Pluiijrs Taxongh i
Space, Striking- Motor Car Con
taining Women ui Clnldrea,
BOTH SIDES ntLDICT VICTOSTi
guisswosk 05 ADJOUBjnmrr
ONLY HOXTH FOS THE WOiS
Drys and Wets Each Confident
Wlaniny by Bij Figures.
CAjLPAIGS HAS BEES LIVELY OSEUat to.ur. .iuhKn, n t.,,, of a v.n -
Prominent Xea Take Sides and eel i
ing Has Been Vara.
HULL TSTLTZ PLATS BIG,
Keawlatla ftrlf Dellve
l.i t rrff Resides
P.tei ta4r f
" ' v
.From a ttf Corrsoondrnt.) '
LINCOLN", .pr11 ia-nciaL One
th4 mt (ttrly d Tihta In f hi .
tnrv of th e-.ty n ill c-j-ne to a decision
tomorrow, when tha q.wt:oti of proh.bt -
t on la ot-d upon in Lmctin. Te fl it
baa bn marked tr m..c !r feeiinf
and b t proa-lnonc. of the men w
ba bwhera to aresH on aide or
tba of her Tha flnfah tomorrow wiH v,
marke4 br tho uouaal a.Mcational quaUfl -
rattun fjr otra
City Ai'ornsy F!anbar
t hi mi tr.at t
hiHwn m. vat mr t ehallenaei me iut t
tVwia mutt put to Him In tha Ennllah i
laniriaa and th answers must be In EnS-!
Lsh. Tha obiect of tha i-jllr. ia to prerent i
a larwa nnmlwr of Tor.cn born citia-ns j
who hava not r.t maat-red tha lanuair -
of their adopted contry from votin. as ;
u .e,.u. e.w.rntt that a ma torit y 1
of them wi'l vo;a aalnst prohibition.
.tmrhtn o-. er 310 of theve
Uken out their f rit topers an.I iav '' i. iuiistooh-,
rearer .red In order to be ei!S,ble to vote n" Mara and th-n the oceu-
tororrow. Shtld the -p.nion of the ei.y !"" ot the tounng car.
finnwT be adooted tr tha election boarder i
It io very probable1 that a suit at law
mark the beginning f tae'dny.
Rh ldea nt VWr.
Boih tha Drohibitiocis' ar.d thoe op
posed are claiming tho c!!y. while persons'
wro are nut over y eni vua for either side ,
have expressed the op aioo that th city
ia liable to go several hundred either way. I
The action of the Excise board yesterday
ra afficially repealing rule twelve may have J
considerable to do with the outconra ot
the election, and it wll eut both wa-rs.
Tbnt rule prohibited cowimon carriers f-om .
deliverine- ltr!or la private residences. Tne
ru! m-ov'dtif that common carne-w maji i
hare a eentrs.1 depot and make deliveries j
to that piace ar-1 (hen the purchaser wai j
enn u io this drniw and sicn for th
sliimnet himself. It was mad urtlawfU j
tr him t-, eet an ss-ar to reeeipt far 1
sh'pmmt- --r -r-- "
'( .jee-'T eppoBnt of nnjhihi-.lon savy the rr-,
p-al of this mie 'a an acknowledgment of j
e weakness of the rauee ef tnsr promo:-
nonisia and of their Insincerity. Far they J
alleg.i (hat the prohibitionists are willingly, th . . hi. h . .M.;i
that every boarding hise. every home. ;
evrv eeuar aan everv it. .u-j k
inioi taatt wi'.hout blndrance lust sc tt
can be said probation baa woo a victory
On the other band, the prohibit.onists say
are not In fv.-r of prohibition, but j
iloon. They do
m.w m., ' " -
not obct. they say. to any person shipping j
In liquor t his home and using it to suit
feim.)f. and that their fight ia solely
agiir.at tne public s:n.
right far Rales. J the same rate of mileage a the adult wtt-
In gnawer l this staiemint from the pro- "ea, so the bey profited to a eonsider-h.bit-onisu'.
the opponents say tha: if the j extent as the result of his first ex-
town goes dry mre stringent rules will be ! perience as a wiiness in th court of Uncie
made, and tiiat the repeal of Rule 12 was ! 9am.
simplv a form of deception. As evidence ot j Before making its final report tne fed
tn.'s they pu.nt to the enactment of RuJe 1!'' grand Jury Inspected tne government
when tae saloons wca voted out before. building In this city and made a written
They allege the shipment of beer from j report, condemning the bulging as being
Havelock. couid have been stopped without, too mi and recommending tiiat unless
prohibiting persons from shipping la tue'.r . H repair-d and reconstrucTed it should
lac os krauts by aaprea. ' abandoned. Bills now are pending In
The Excise board baa given it out that j congress making an appropriation for ths
If tiie own goes wet the delivery of teer to ; enlargement of the building, which has be
tao homes I going t come under the ban, ccme too small for the purpoeea fjr which
and that a.l drinking mjst be done in the ' it was elected.
And so th battle rages. Charge, i " U T" U 'U
countr-chrg?a are a:ada hourly and the j
ctty is turn up with dissension ami sime
m Mom heard of before.
The prohibition .sts el.-'ed Uieir camps ga
t mlf K wijn a b g meeiing at the Aud -U:
lint. t-i''l'"f a large gathering there
tn the afternoon, aiiss .-iena. Hansen W
lace ef Kaiuave City. Kan., and Jjnn Len
Iihi. a labor man. were tiie imported Kpeak
ers. tiur'.nj the af:ernovn a hoy a' mm
meeiag was be,d at which Prof. Comiia of
fie .tt untvtrs.ly presi.Ud.
Teav sri.'l be a fc g day at the state
h.iee Th NoraiaJ board will meet In the
afiemoon at I o'ciock. and probably seiect
a succeor to Prircival Crabtre of t:ie
Pwu Jtormai. as sell as select heaJs fcT
tfe N'ornaia at Wayne and Chadron. Aiil
It ia pmis'bi there w'il be etner bas'ie: :
traaaacted cf some lrnrtonce.
In the gorernor'a of'Vs th exe uuve
w'.d har c-iarv's asainst the mavor aid
poiire Judze of Wymo- and the county at
t.rny of Oarf? cauety for fa.!ure to pr.ip
erlr eofoe th luw reiat.ng o tne sale
COCK FOR BLAIR POSTMASTER
rmril laeasshent Rersnnea t-r
Beaitlale(. lewrtlaa t
W cd fraea Vtaealagtea.
riL.VlR. N'b.. April W. fprcial. e-Word
has beeu recrived in Biair front Washing
ton ihai Wcaiey J. Co aa been recom-
atti34 fcr reapi-ointoaent avs posimaater. j
n4 Mi. C'ik ia feeling on easy street. ,
Tms m.il ha h ?o irth ADvii.atuxa t, tj 1
Jut Ci.n;u!e'h:g hi third terir.
M 1 laa- .aai tavins Fawn.1
KAsTINiiS. N.a.. AprU K1. Special.) A
Hei-i-iaa nt9ul Jaeuo Ureck nwde com-
Vaint la in nwety .:wx. J-'iday that he
Bi heea rebbed ef 1. in told at
Kenesaw the ec.md statitin west of
Htungv. Me kad abot U in s , 4 eo.a
sed lu hts garm.ots and claim that
ome ore c. more cera in Kenesaw
helped th.-n.selves t,. purt ef n wh la
eea-culug thr,h :i .ff-r,, t .r a watch
which be as ac-jsej of bju-f stolen,
Lwcaty "her if Neiiia went io eceeaw
a.-n ret. "i tn misT-ng eoia.
The p.-r.-s r. del.verea it to him auidteff.re
v. - , .. - - ui.m
'. f th awrW' wagun,
MEMPHi.. April 1 l-orir.g control of
ja Curtis biplane, which re was opera i in g )
at a height of seventy-five fet. J. '.
'liars Dinner 1 downwirl wl'h terrific speed
' Infit rh. tn e rh aw'ii-,.tn em.. Im
passenger touring car in which were seated
three women aad two children. The cationv
fop vr th tour rg ar wrj the lives
I of lta oerurianLs. only on of whm was
slightly in)Mri The biplane was smashed
, into biri and Mar was csuiht under the
! wrku. but escaped with no Injuries
worse than a barf!? tnniH aid wr-r.chH
knee and a slight cut en hi einn.
In the iumobi Hn th hi aeroplane
rxshed Jnlo tt were Mr". Ei1-1 Ritier
jss Edna Ritter. Louis R-tt"i Mm.
timer Smith and child, a'l of tins t;v.
P-itter l th iri!r on injured.
e.; -iving a slight cut In the iiouldr. Mr
r w tr.dl1: at the M of t.h- car.
V' ' J"" t'ltiiahed fafnir.s np the
,-rPY top. He kn.vhed dows by o-.e
; ' ! Pn- of the fl5-1na- m iolJne.
' The accident bro'jt to a thri:'t-- eloee
Memphis' firat aria ion mH-t. Tbouand
j P"Pl follow t'i av'ator In h,t fUM
; acroes the mil- cour-e. hi- muc'u:
"uht in a audden ri of wi-d. pin
I around like a top to an Jr? riht o(
; l!n of h. oriir;r..-J ro.!T-w and Ui-n
pmr.se cownwaro. ?rrTO ot terror rrom
friehtened women wr heard on a'l nie
when It waa !een tSut the biplane wauid
,ar"1 J'y n th automobile.
Iu riht w, ,0 'l,llck f-"- th wcupinM
ot th" ' Jp and they Iriiddled on
th r.oor of the tonneau. The bipiane
1'rely . on the engine hood of the
atomib la and then crumpled over on the
ePr ("P- M had shut off his er.g-.ne
when the aeroplane started down and In a
moments scores of rtpectxlors were
Indian Boy Testifies
Hearing Held at Sioux
SIUlX FALL. 3 D.. April 16. ?pecil.)
Xt9 numbers of the United States grand
urv whti-h eonvene.1 in ih e.tir !ri
U.. ... ;T ... .4 Kill (m a t.
t,.-. hin mnr'iiilel thir vork n i '
hav9 rM!lrne their homes. A number
nt iWitioai !r dict-nents were returned by ,
., .. . I
,.., '. hv. rM ..1 f
tie-' iwne. ami the nature e the .cheu-gw !
against them have bwra intnM from the !
TBe vourireet witnea who ever was mm-
m,ord to 4(,p.r tn the fe,lral court for '
was present and testified
cU)le(j jt, worfc. This young witness waa!
Martin (sdwater. a Siou-s Indian bov
. vbflM home is an the Prow Preelr rmrvi.
.iion. He was a witness in a cae ri. -
r'g on the reservation m hii-h bad to b
j disposed of by the grand Jury He ia only
II years of age and ia a student of the
isr. ii.rf.in M.ssi.in sehool on th re rva
from dioux Fails at ha:f fare, but wun
allowed per diem and mileage by the gov
ernment It aas necessirv to aiiow him
a Wdl . liljjll
For Upper Berth
i P oilman Company Baled Against by
Commerce Commission Sates
Lower to Coast
WASHINGTON'. April 19 The Interstate
Commerce commission in a decision today
holds it to be "unjust and unreasonable"
for the Pullman company to charge equally
for t.ie upper and low?r berths in its
sleep. ng car. t'ifrnt'.a! charges are or
dered In several instances and Pullman
rates from Chicago to tne Pacific are or-dn-ed
Class rimy at llraatharf.
STROM-BUR'.l, Neb.. April lu. i Special.
The senior class of the Stroresburg High
school gave their annual class play at the
opera house Frday last. Th event
rttarid more thaa t- The play waa put
i0" b! ,bout h!f ' c'"- th olhr
Into Pittsburg: Graft Net
April . r.ere and when
1 tkw graft probe enda is
cor. tin gent,"
! v''pmeuts that they may b realised be-
j fore Monday. Mr. B:kely ba spread
j his net and is waiting for more men to
j c,me in aad Confess, as a teealt at the
I intmtationa ecntamed !a the grand Jur
I pr,,nt31.r.t ef ,ester,hiy.
Mere veliiaolo tr.formaaon may fsve beea
soured todav by the eVvtr'ct aitome,. as
Charles Stewart. Pr. W. H. Weiber. and
i B K.aie,. all farmer eouiK-ilmen. who
ha. airea.ly male eorf--ji.jns of their
j part ia tne ctinciTinis fcrrvgulaj-.tje.
i aere th aun a ng In t.i d strict atton:
d by th
twa-x Ta -yteriiy de'a--d by th
j;uri-s ia be iu.hoi!ing r.anc ai.J the
, .u5r ux he .in:h..r . '
Quitting Time Hitter of Speculation
Until Question is Settled.
STTDJY CIVIL BILL BJL5XS lEXT
Will Be Taken Zj in House Ear'y,
Then Pass to Senate.
OTHER BUSINESS SCHEDULED
twwflaae Darl Waalt itasaara
Oil ( Bfoew Sayrvsa
WASHINGTON'. tprtl 14 Evr thinn in
cot!resa la subordirrated now to tha con
struction of tr.a administration nilroad '
b;!I throiih its having been advanced lo
a prtvilef ed status In both branches. - The '
differences of opinion which ealat tn rela- j
t:oi to many of its moat important features j
have brought the regular and insurgent J
republicans into sharp conflict, while tee
democrats loos, on rtedy to grasp any po
litical advantage that may chance to crop
out of the discussion.
L'ntJ the railroad tr.l la -oat ef the way
it would be idle to speculate npoo the prov
able date of adjournment. The most opti
mistic of the republican leaders of the
senate prdirt that tne me sure wiil not
pass the upper house before May L In. the
lower house no one has hazarded a guess.
The rules committee. It ia report 4. ia not
Inclined to bring in a rule to limit debate.
After the railroad bill la pasaed by both
branches a ad goes to conference, where
there will be several weeks' hard work,
prohabiy In the reconciliation of the Meaj
of the senate and lower house, the other
Taft policies will have to be considered.
Statehood. Injunction bills, postal savings
nd conservation legislation al
quire time for their disposition j
Sast-rr Civil Bill. I
If congreaa concludes its laUxrs by June !
ZL. tiieref jre. no one here will complain, j
memoers io get nome to ioo aixer tneir :
fall campaigna. After the general appro-!
priatlon bill, the sundry civil bill is thei
only one remaining tj be considered by
the house that win take much time, it is !
ikeiy mat mis win pe tajten in tne com-:
tn. the e.eh..tr, of d.HWntion,
" " the senl e epproprla-
tlim- whch b njn "t of wrlt-
Senator Lodge Is expected to caal up to- '
sorrow the request ef rapublicaji mem-!
coat ef Umg committee for an'
Proprlat:m of .$ tm ewtemt it work, j
i The outiln of work the committee wishes 1
w onlertake hi comprehenerve. but It haj j
occ"JJOna cnucism rrom aemocrat
senators, who allege politic la Involved
Tb rtver "i harbors bill also will be i
reported to the senate Monday. It prob-1
ably will be called up during the week, j
will demand that it .
go over until some agreement ia reached 1
on the measure authorizing the issue ef j
.fliO.0W in cerUficats of Indebtedness to I
complete reclamation projects already J
begun. Thia bill has passed the senate i
and Is being held up in the hons.
There will be sessions thia week, of the!
committees investigating the Ballinger- j
Pine hot controversy, the coat of living and j hibttlon on assurance by the socialist lead
tae. charges by Representative Steenerson j era that no disturbances would occur and
of M.nnesota that there ie a lobby here I thai traffic would not be disturbed. Men
to influence ship subsidy legislation. The i and women gathered at the district head
end of none of these investig tiona ia in ! quarters of the socialists at an early hour,
eight. The most interesting event In the ! and from there marched off in groups of
president's oroaram thia week will be the 1
reunion at a d nne- tomorrow night ef !
the Taft party that traveled with hint In j
VMS to th Philippines and th orient. i
The president will give attention during j
. the week to pressing further legislation in i
which he ia interested. He may announce which th police seemed to have disap
th appointment of a successor to tjeneral 1 peered a if by axaglc. Squads arrived at
James 3. Clarkson. surveyor of the port fhe parka about I o'clock, with military
of New York. Tha possibility that a deci- j precision. There they gathered around aix
s'.on wtll be announced Monday in tha j teen improvised and numbered platforms,
standard OH dissolution suit, the tobacco I from which, at the sound of a bugle, social-
trust ease or tn corporation tax case
directs attention to the supreme court of
! the United Slates. Argument In eases
Involving the validity of a number of state
I laws will be heard during the week. Among
these will be the cases involving the Ken-
tucky tax on donble stamped spirit, the
Missouri law prohibiting foreign corpora
tions fr-Mn removing suits from state to
federal courta and the Wisconsin Jury com
Standard Oil Case.
Other in '-er eating ease that may come
before the ourt involve the decree of the
supreme court of Tennessee ousting the
Standard Oil company of Kentucky front
doing an Interstate business in Tennessee
and the "Jim crow car" ia interstate com
merce as raised In tee Chiles case.
Wednesday the complaint of th Federal
Sagar Refining company against all the
nwlroeda which lighter fr knt la Sew T:rK
harbor will be beard by th Interstata
Commerce commission. B
In effect th's la a complaint of an Inde
pendent sugar concern to compel th rail
roads to afford to if. Me same Ugterage
(Continued on Second rags )
report was apread t-day that he has now
gi-en up th "ha me of the man who paid
hin ir r - . . . .
mt.wv u ..w ura . ii j nnta as nas
also given up ether Important evidence.
Th district attorney's staff mill work
tonight and tomorrow for fb conduct of
the grand Jury seat wee aad the trial of
the seven cases listed Tor court hearihgs
Th tltrct attorney wou.d eu.t make
ptiblie today whether or not he had heard
from Frank N Hoffstot or the oailJloaaire
attornrv. hut it is strongly rumored her
that Mr. Hoffstot has already made up his
mind t fiarht extrad.tion.
JuLr Fraaer wfii But rule on tae oues
l.on of th ':lbly cf llairiaoit Neabit
i Mreir.aa l th Jury to sit oa a Penr.a
! vxa'.a Jury uriti! so , e t o., iuh ,
J a Uaiccii idtla.
v3 vv Vv : .s: S.xVVrVoi'.XOjA
"e. . 'J ra "J" . asO- l
From the Kw Tork World.
BERLIN REFGHMRS IN LINE
Suffrage Agitators- Parade Street of
1-u. V aiW-ILUa J .
.tie Meevlage I ader- taaetlea ml
rsllei- Cs siIs.Iitsj is lmm ansr v
Set Be Dtatwrheel.
BERL1X, April W. At least LS.flst eocial
ista aad radlcajs took part today la 'he
most Impressive demonatiration ever held
In Berlin In favor of suffrage refona In
Prussia. From 11 o'clock In the morning
rUe mtn. e.. .v..
squads of earnest looking men from every
precinct In the city towards the Humbmdt-
Hain. th Friedrichsbafen and Treptow
Park, where Police Commissioner von Ja-
gow bad sanctioned open air meetinzs.
Owing to the recent outspoken criticism
of the police method In the repression of
popular expression of will, the police corn- '
missioner had withdrawn his former pro- j
100. nnder control of atewards wearinr red
arm-band, toward the allotted meeting 1
Paile Leave rrat.
There was no shouting or singing as the
crowds passed through the streets, from
ist and radical members of the Reichstag
and Landstag began addresses, in whlcn
, they vehemently denounced th injustices
of the present system of elections.
I an hour and a naif th orators continued
I amid deafening cheers, and at 2.M another
bugle sounded, and for on minute utter
The a resolution, declaring that it was
the determination of those gathered to
gether to t ght fir reform until vlctory
had been won. for th people, waa passed
by acclamation. Enthusiastic arenas en
sued and there waat great cheering for the
rights f democracy, while 110. voices
! broke Into th stirring strain ot the work-
"Marseillaise" and tne. song of free
dom, but they des.sted on orders from the
Th meetings then disbanded, the original
group marching off as they had come,
without the slightest disorder. The entire
Berlin garrison was confined to barracks
a.1 day as a measure of precaution, but
th service of th military wen not re-
Twelve meet.ngs were held in hails In
the suburbs, and these also passed ef
without untoward Inc'dent. The mom
s'gnificant features of today's manifesta
tion were the orderly manner in which it
tContinued on iecond Pige.l
Have you a sew
ing machine that
you do not use.
"Why don't you sell it.
A Bee want ad will do the
It is a matter of mere child's
play, say t) cents and the
thing1 is about over.
Call Doug. 'JGS, if you can't
come down and an ad taker
will write your ad and place it
;7't-.v eV?2Sv-. --w;vi- f-r?A-v -V:;-
Heads of Families Ur?ed to Fill Out
Blank Left at Homes Last
This week Vncle S-'am begins to cmnt
noses among h j si.ns and daughters, neph
ews and nieces, and all others wlttun his
l Last week the first real step was taken.
hen hjuaeholdera were rjmished with
bianks on which are questions and columns.
These each head of famiiy Is axed to r.ll
i o'-11- -The questions are not many
"em impertinent. Ail -re easy to
I annwer, and each ia of Importance in con-
I "MKlcn with the work of taking the census,
It is the desire of the enumerators that
the heads of families make the work as
i P"ible by having the blank a'l
filled out when called for. This wUl gr-ally
facilitate the coliectlon of the data as far
as the population !s concerned.
Answering the questions on the blank
doe not involve any undue labor, nor will
any of the Information given be used in
any way In connection with the person fur
nishing it. It Is all for the ices of the cen-
Liewase Csateeta at Hastings.
HASTINGS?. N'eb.. April 10. Special. it".
3. Rohrer. who directed the prohibition cam
paisms here in la and 13. has announced
that he resist theliceneing of saloons. He
say he has been collecting evidence rela
tive to th various applicants for licenses
and will use tt as the basis for remon
strances. Following the reorganisation
next Tuesday night the council will be
unanimous in favor of high licence, but
if appeals are taken on remunsti amies, as
now threatened, the licenses will be in-
operative until passed upon by the district
court, whose next term here will nut Like
place until late In May.
Ts Banks Iseerparalta.
PIERRE. S. V.. April ul.-!?pecia;.)
Articles of incorporation have been filed
for the Farmers' State bank of Faith,
Mesde county, with a capital of IIO.OOO.
Incorporators. H. O. Boke. tpook; L'avid
R. Milter. Henry W. Lvie, Moreau. For
the Farmers and Merchants State bank of
Planklnton. with a capital of SlO.OuO. In
corporators. L. A. Mabott. T. E. Rich, A.
A. Boynton of Plankington,
M l i i M 1
How Big is Omaha?
$25 for those who hit the mark
102,555 ia 1900. How rnany ia 1910? .
U l.f. ..
Ht .21 ..
1.J7 CU. ..
R C. Spargur. Vinton
Emma A. Hume. 1' L.cut i lTl.oS.1..
...Alexander 11. Haven. 1:i Miami i li "t .
Rjbert BetiDun. ISiJ L.-..t i ir.7 .
Mrs. A. P J innsun. .i4 Maaie 1 IX '. .
H. i. H jc-nfng. Chiunam ' lI.nJ3 .
...Eatner Kr.casoo. lCii O. lntin lltf..
A. V J-in.nt.n. F.randeia ' I3l."..
Mrs. M. K. Harmon. 34.""J f urt . 177 .!. .
C. A. Johnawa. CI S. :!W.,:i..
..Wiiiajn Waiiace. jr. 1-C1 4 e pi .
C. J. tjverboy. i2 N. l!tn IM .aKJ. .
.Giena A. Wilcox. 11 S. Sil
Fill In, cut out and mall to The Bee Cerwus Dept April 11
- is my guesSof the number cf inhabi
tants m Omaha according to 1910 census.
Jia.8) lor he si ssUiniU i'i bf ei- t of tars tin fcsat
la cas of tl first aiuiser bag preference. Awat-4 am official count
.is' r v
DAY OF CRAFT MCST PASS
Caustic Criticism of Existinj Evils
by Sev. Dr. Bouse.
' CLEA5SEIS . EEYT7AL SEEDED
Present Day CwaatsteileBa laavdeejaata i
t e-e-d Ion s Warn. LTrl)t lad
- ' tnsenalse Spirit ( BenJ
In Plymouth Congregational church Rsv. tendencies shown In the last three previous
Frederick T. Rouse preached Sunday morn-! censuses. - Between W?4 and 1J the m
mg. exchanging with Jotn P. Clvde. Hl!er ' the population was X per oen:;
subject wis "The Coming ttevlva!." He ' between LVW and 10. 25 per cent; between
said. In ca't- .H :1 Pr M1- If res.
i "Tne object of this sermon is to prepare
i , . . . . ,
( peorie tor me coming revival. m.i inry
. may see its need, l's nature, and Beiievo
j in its possibility. That a gieat revival is
I needed is manirc-t ov- condition?, political.
i commercial, social and religious. The
names of our leading- cm, are simoiv "
... . .niv
svnnnvm of ooiiHcal era ft-Pitts burr.
Pliila.teinhiiL .Cn Francisco. N"ew Tork.
'Chlcaeo. Omaha and Denver.
"To name many of our great corporations j T.flt.W0. it ! row ca'rulated that
Is simply to name confessed, convicted or',h"r prove to have been an addni.in t
suspected criminals. Oir monopolies are about 14.00s. W souls,
robber barons. Colonies of bankers andj Mach (nterei-t i f!t as to the showing
! officials fill our prisons
'lTu.rvh.HLs irrsfts -
' Is" the watchword and excuse.
I "SociaUy. steel tmst presidents set ex-
jamplea for divorce, packers' sors for do -
mestic inf-liclty. ?octety leaders, great
is.ngers. stage stars, set examples for rulup -
j tuousness and prrdiga!Ity. Fur pleasures,
'rotten plays in our best theaters and leg
' . a u I,, miv wnewt trrrant Hi. miJ.iriia
Fir Inteiligecce we feed on t.ha sewage j better, h will! hold tj his .MVXW.OiiO esti
ot the press or trahv stories, or occupy j mate.
ourselves with social nonsense or outiand- j -jTii re will be some innovations !n th
uh dress. j next census and they are expected to Im-
"In matters of rtligion we fice empty prov, lRW reporu. For instsnce. the country
pews, formal worship, des-iicatcd sermons. f lHr ta b affordiJ an orpnrtunity to
empty prayer meetings
and unmanned churches.
Fvaagellsas Is Inadenaate. I reference to h.s haid:igs. and the saiM
"Present day evangelism is totally in- advantage is to be given heads of familif
adequate to th situation. Conditions are ' in cities as lo tne enumeration of their
not to be largely or permanently remedied 1 households. In both cases sheets are to bo
by Pundayism. with Its mercenary methods passed around before the official talis ot
and its vulgar contortions; nor by Torry-j the enumerators in tiie hope li'at both
lam. with its Ironclad formalism and I ruralist and urtanits wii! be more cotnplets
mediaeval theology: by Cbapmanism. with . In their returns than otherwise they might
its professional-revivalism. Its org anised ; be. There also Is to be unusual care in
publicity and mechanical conversion. Its ! the supervl'ion of the work of the enum
pedded returns and large compensations, j erators. In rules sTen isors will camp on
Meyer. Clark and Gypaie Smith are good. ( the hueia of the men with the penci s dur-
(Continued on Fifth Page )
of the Guesses.
Vararet B. Hansen. 4H W.oiwo-th
Mart .'o' K-.'sen. Us) S.' m'. C B.
ilai Lra-.o. irsn X. :h
Vlrs.Ius Do&noe. i:ci N. ih
. C Beer. M First Nat l
Armur Oru twoid. 27M Grant
E. E. Crane. 2!i Wirt
E. F.ak.lln. 3vii Undrfrwood
1 iki.ie R.
In Cities Blanks Hast All Be
i Within Fifteen Days.'
Director Dur.asd Considers This a
ALL rSTOOIATIOS COSnDLTTIAL
aarr ef lewewatlaee Iaireweee4
Are :mpecte4 te Isapewve tke
Qaallty ef ? t
WASIII.xnTON. AdiiI K With the break
I of day Friday. pnl l a !. of Tu.M
inten-fivirs. men ar.d women, white ami
j colored, will he tarred liwiee in pursuit -f
ihe people cf the 1'riied ;.i-. On H'l
(d.r Uncle Sam will bfin the nimberir.?
i of his children in prepnratii'n f r th thr. -
tenth census. 11 eniraies th.it he has
a famiiy of about 30.i9-l.we men. women and
children, and he alren.lv has employed and
will then put to work a bdv ot enumerat
ors considerably greater titan the stand
The law privid-s that the enumeration
shall begin on April 13, hut It is not s-
peremptory about the commencing time as
about the ciosmg time, and slread" Intima
tions have bei'tv received that in some In
tances th work rnav be postponed until
Saturday. This i-s due to the fa't that
April 13 falls on Fridar. and among the
af nam takers there are somo win are
Mioetstitious as to this d,v of the week.
Th emimemtiiin will cover al! ot t'e
f'-ny-f!ve states and two territories of the
union proper and also Hawaii and Forl.
Rico. Aisj-ka, the Fhll'rptn islands and
Guam will not bo included, as especUil a -raneemerts
are made for numbering the
people of thoee dependencies.
Under the siatutes governing the work,
the entire enumeration must be completed
within a month, and In the ci'Jes the worit
i is limited to fifteen days. It la expected
j that some of the returns from the eities
i will be received as early a the first sreeic
In June, but the e-tact population of the
entire country will not be determined be
fore some time tn September The census
offlciale will, however, know within a few
thousand of the number long before th-
close of the summer months. They will
be abi to reach a aubstantlaily accurate
conclusion by their pay rolls, but this will
be more or less speculative, and the figures
will not be given oat.
Xistetr MUlisa Masses.
Iu-w;tjr st-- Psna. Duraivf Is' counting
pun a roll ot nre r fwvr Tenet wwmi.rt
i names. Thm estimatus oaset upon cairu-
latlors of bis experts, and makes allow
ance for an Increase according to th
, nmn.i continue . "'
k.ui .1 ma niirr , . in . nr in
- " .m.
' t s-" -
.Hon figures for the laet M' ""r'
: " ' ...... .
previous ten-year periods. Making allow-
i incf ror tins ainrmeniaiion irom outsiue. i
1 calculated that the lrcrense for t last
1 ten years will be about IS per CnT.
i number, the na rr ror t-t
1 resarding the puriy native increase, im
j enumerations between LC0 and 190(1 show
j startling tendency towarj "rare iuicde."
1 ad It U Mr. Durand s fond liopa that th
! reports of h.s TO.'IU subordinates may be
jable to check this apparent decline. Man
i of figures that he la he does not, however,
i permit his optimism to shade his facts.
' , .4 ,! th. actual eetim thite lime'hinv
(.,.,,-r .,.van.-e the statements he sha 1
! make as to the conditions prevail, ng wiiii
j ina ir.e iirst. utj ui t.,en e ,n m. a.it 111 tii-s
1 country districts the sheets themselves w.ii
' i be especially scrutinized.
i sew ' Ieejslrr.
The inquiry sill eoinprtse l.irp di'fprent
I brandies: Pupuiatfon. ag-1tu!tjre and m.n-
irg'and man if arluruig. The qu-st-on will
! rover th a'T-ae. the value and ;he prol
utt of firms, including an espenal enuraer
I a:ii.-a of animals, as it l the rapital in
Jvcsttd. the value f protiin ts and the nimi-
ber of enipm-s of m.ning and man,:a. 111 -
I The enu ueralors wnl want l. know a
! ood ceal an.:iit y:i I r Ire pi'ti ianon
, v .J.iiiii s ThfH ant onisr t;l i-(:uf i .
j k'io Ui "ur " wl:l '
j reveal your afi. awl 'h ask ou t ) t.:ll
, j. al v hue, bta. k. mi.latt.'.
i ,-'n'- -"p" r t,T
are married or sinaie. heh.-r you aie
: American or f.r'-iga b..rn. ar.d If t;;e latter.
I but your race and mother tupgu. Then.
; if you are a wvn an. you are to l-.-U how
' crany children have been bt.rn to you. and.
in any event, you are to 141I ail about
your education, your parental and your
' euip uy menu Ail UiW inform lion is to oe
(r th general average and for the ear
only of one if me enumerators. He is
aworn not to reveal any of tat afl
i The mere i-tti; g of in i.if rmauon . i
'cost Lie n.ffLB ut t.ie p--tty ,uin u
I a5.,3r nal f th.a am-iunl mill be
l.d U '. ameraioi a and rhe ramaininy
ii.iJM; '.s to superv.uora With a few ex
ception ti.e enumerators nil be pa.d ia
1 the basis of the u.it doe-, iu tu covi.i-
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