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THE BEE: OMAIIA. MO?CPAT, APRIL 11. 1910.
DO THfiCS. SAYS PRESIDE5T
"The Time Hss Come for Congress to
to Act," Declare. Taft.
MARINE LEAGUE DENOUNCED
Memberi Called Thugf, Blackmailers
and Xoekrakers bj McDe rmott.
Some Things You Want to Know
ATTENDS BANQUET OF PARTY KEN
raator I4ae-. ((rTHaia l.uag
werta va Jmm liars Hkh4
Amit lf4n mt Le-al
WASHINGTON. April l.-Wniiwr How
ard TaTt spoke tonight Tefore tha Uterue
of Republican Club ot tha Ditrlct of Co
lumbia, no so much at previde-nt of tha
UnHrt Flatee a In his capacity aa leader
ef tha republican party.
Mr. Tart eaM he ... gi.tl the republican
party mill Jives." enl that b did not wart
to real any mm out of tha party, but
that "ty their deeds they should b
Tonle-lit." he Kid. "we are reading our
body of tha party. Ki want them aJl In
the ranks and they l,ave the opportunHy lo
Mabllih their claim to republicanism by
that which they shall da la both houses of
concreps by helping enact the legislation
which hi now before them."
Thla utterance was greeted with pro
longed rtieers. The MO gueats from all parts
of the United Ftatea stood up and cheered.
The president was In a mood to "talk
turkey." but be said ha had not coma to
them to make a "keynote speech."
"With all due deference to the distin
guished members of tbe sena'.a and house
. ho surround me." the president continued,
"I rant to say that 7 think this Is not ex
actly the time for speaking except In the
two houses of the legislature. This Is the
time for doing things.""
(keen aa5 shoals.
Here the president, , who spoke with more
vahemer.rs than usually characterized his
after-dinner aecrea.' is again Inter
rupted by a roar or cheers and shout.
Great!" -Bully for you!" "Now you're
talking!" "That's what we want to hear!"
were among the comments shouted from
the floor of the banquet ball.
"The time has come," aaid President
Tsft, "for doing and voting and passing
the nteaaurea which have been placed be
fore this oongrcsa.
"It Is tha time for doing things and after
congress has adjourned the republican
party will have formed Its lines of attack.
Then will It be furnished with tha weapons
with which we are going Into tha next
'Tonight ft ara reading nobody out of
Ins republican pan?, rr m ni an in aw
ranks and all bare the opportunity to
astablish their claims to republicanism by
that which they shall do In both houses
of congreas In helping to enact tha legis
lation before them. By their fruits a
hall know them."
Frwwws , Oe-Mwwca.
Hera tha president pounded the table
and looked a defiance which he assured
his bearers ha did not feel.
"Those," ha continued. "In tha senate and
tha house who stand for the, legislation
we seek, in order te redeem the pledges
of tha part beve the right to stand with
the party as republicans.
-If they'donMt won't quarrel with
them. They have a right to their opinions.
But we desire their aid as republicans and
; I do pot wish to assume that they are
not as sincere as 1 hope I am myself In
The republican party-is not rigid In its
demands. Xt is so broad and liberal that
It permits dlfferencea of opinion."
President Taft chuckled in his inimitable
way as he ' spoke ot the differences of
opinion in the party. But tha chuckle
i came from a roan who was standing be
fore the representative republican senators,
congressmen and party leaders of the
country. When the tumult hsd subsided
the president continued:
"But when the evidence is shown that a
member ot the party does not desire the
; success of the republican party and is
unwilling to redeem his party's pledges
1 and takes a position which Indicates he
', does not desire the success of the party.
i the label he bears Is not republicanism.
"We've gone a long way in congress-
and I hope tiers is but a month or two
: left but in t tat time much is to be done
j and much is be shown as to the eharac
' ter and idei ity of those who belong to
the republican parly.
! "No man has a right to read another
i eut of the republican party. He reads
; himself out if he 1s disloyal and If he can
not, by hie own works, show bis colors."
I The president was talking straight from
j the shoulder. He emphasised his remarks
' with forceful gestures.
"You see," he continued. "I am In no
defiant spirit tonight."
At this the president laughed aloud at
his own words, starting the chorus of
laughter from his hearers.
"i want everybody in the ranks. I want
the help of all republlcana. even If some
may have slipped away a little. I want
them all back to help that grand old party
and I say thla with all due deference
to 'our democratic friends upon which the
real progress of this country drpenda."
This was the signal for a long-continued
upheaval. The president walled while the
demonstration which his remsrks precipi
tated proceeded for several minutes.
"Why do X say that?" the president con
tinued. "It Is not that the details are not
faVtrkitic or good citizens, but it is thatths
explanation 'democratic party' doesn't
niean a compact, cohesive body of men
i who can make progress In this country.
lavastew y Desaocrata.
' "I look forward with philosophic tem
perament to the threatened Invasion of
the halls of congress by the democrat.
! I ssy threatened yea. threatened in the
I imaainalkm of Champ Clara. Henry
I Watterson and others
"I am confident that when once It comes
; and haa been for two or more years. It
means a long lease of pomer to the repub-
I "We want no schlems In the republican
parry.' The time -will come after congreas
adjourns, when we all have redeemed our
; pledge, that we can go before the Atnert
: tii swople and arg-ue out alt one Jifrr
i enoee and irye suffrage of vur (U'ow
cfiiscna on or iwonl"
The is-eeident, eheti he cuncludvA, was
; srtvea a ctmi ovatiou.
I H w fmiowva by natur Henry CeMK
I Lad., i,u (lfvk u) lha teilff Mil. or wnkJt
i the prmldeut had not spukwit. sWaaior
Lodge .. wpauially cheered when be
"Tha itutiuaut patty piuiiumI to re(e
tha tariff and ve doue H. Vfu catuiut as
pect an) tajift io vla viybody, bat n
j our suppurt uC tb prliKipl. ut sictluu
I ,r i"faul tu l4d s ui r Oter
Senator Bradl.y ef Keutuofcy, the tairj
. speaker, "lrl tOat Kvotiuky rrpubllia
j would ataud te th prj(lut and tha part.
The try Should nut be.- t said tsat
the republican paity haa ae4 th cwuatry.
but that tha irpubilcaa lm.:ly ha twa aud
Is he country. Wlihuul It ae Wiuil have
aw cuoWry." .
The w esjeaka.
Representative Nlthola Lonaajrth at
Ohte snade a strong p:aa for lie ranft ban
and the sucte or th Taft alnati'-.ratluu.
I With his serious (.uuuioa of th tatiif
he faovtiotuly aauulad Cdgmr C. inyd.-.
. tvwetdaat wX Ut League uf ttepwbliceo
No other building in the world bourns se
rrsny strange and peculiar ideas aa the
big tortc-columned building In Washing
ton, which takes Its name from a single
bureau It shelters rether thsn from the
department which has its besdQuarters
there the patent orrtce. The reason Is
obvious. Tankee Ingenuity is the most In
genious and the people or the United
States take out mors patents than are
granted in any other country. More than a
million eeparate and distinct ideas have
been patented there and the records of
them all are carefully preserved. The
successful ones are far less than 10 per
cent of the whole and the eminently suc
cessful ate even fewer.
One of the favorite themes of the Inven
tive mind from the beginning bss been the
problem of how to go somewhere. Msn
always has sought to overcome as much
as possible the restraints of nstute in lim
iting him to one place at a time. He al
ways 1 as been seeking some belter means
of getting elsewhere than by riding
"shank s mare." One of the peculiar Ideas
In this connection was a steam carriage
which would slroulste a man pulling a
hand-cart. The automaton is shown to b
a fair likeness of a human being, with a
high silk bat for an oil tank and a to
bacco pipe for a etnokestack. His body
Is the boiler and his legs are operated by
a pair of eccentric rods. A steering wheel,
such as one sees on an automobile, serves
the purpose of guiding the automaton to
the right or the left.
Another carriage Is Intended to be run
by dog power. It Is a three-wheeled affair,
the front wheel being a large, drum-rke
arrangement, w-lth a door in the end corre
sponding to the hesd of a drum. A dog
Is placed in this and made to Imagine he
Is chasing a fox up the Inside of the rim
of the wheel. This carries the passenger
forward with only the necessity of keep
ing the brake and the steering apparatus
in operation. Another invention offers a
windmill on a boat as being more efficient
than sails. It Is hitched to a propeller
and with It the inventor thought he could
sail Into the wind even better than with
It. He thought that the faster the bost
would go into the wind the fester the
windmill would have to turn and that
therefore it would bje necesssry to attach
brake that might check the speed when
It became too swift for comfort. Another
Inventor hitches a series of kites to his
bost or his wagon, and so long as the
lnd is going his way he Is sure of a
fine variety or rapid transit, "till another
Inventor has turned out a three-wheel bi
cycle for riding on the top of plank
fences, thus simulating the versatile and
acrobatic goat. It offera no advantage,
however, when one comes to a barbed-wire
barrier or a atake-and-iidered fence.
Safety in travel ever has been a favorite
study of the inventor, and some remark
able things have been turned out. One that
waa pledged to overcome every danger of
collision except the aide-wipe deserves first
plsce among the unique. There is an need
of block signals, or any other kind for
that matter. Each train is to be equipped
with a railroad on Its back, and a long
nosed prow for and aft, allowing the train
roof railway to form a connection with
the main line. These prows are so ar
ranged that when two trains meet the one
is down and the other up, Just as one switch
may be open and the other abut. The
train with the "up" prow immediately
takes the switch that leads it up and over
the roof of the other train, and then on
down to the main line again. The Inter
state Commerce Commission has not yet
Investigated this proffered solution of the
Another invention for the prevention of
collisions consists of a long truck and
ladder affair running ahead of the engine
aome fifty feet anod slowly collapsing un
der tremendous pressure. This hss several
little buggy-top cabs on it, and In fine
weather a passenger may. by releaalng the
railroad from liability !n case of accident,
enjoy all the delights of a cow-catcher
ride with none of Its inconveniences of
smoke and grime. Still another invention
la a mud shooter plsced below the head
light of an engine. When a horse or a
cow gets on tha track ahead of a moving
train the engineer simply pulls the trigger
of the mud cannon and the resultant
stream of mud is suppose-l lo drive any
animal off the track In time to get out of
In theae prohibition t:mes the man who
likes his toddy often Is put to it for a
method of carrying refreshments In a man
ner not as conspicuous as the ordinary
flask. A gun has been patented having a
boliow siock. with a two-quart capacity,
and the hunter may be sure he has enough
with him to satisfy any reasonsble thirst
during a day's tramp. In another case a
combination clothes and shoe brush has
addtd to it a flask and a drinking cup.
clubs and toastmaster of tbe evening, for
introducing hiro aa a "son-in-law. '
"I want to assure you," saud Btpresenta
tlve Longworth. -that being a auu-in-law
la not alweya a bed of ruses. When a son-in-law
aays any thins; eeoslble the people
say -your father-in-law told you to say it.'
if you do or say anything silly, they
sympathise m-ith your father-in-law."
In discussing the attitude of Senator
Bevenda-a of Indiana relating to the tariff.
Mr. Longworth referred to the discussion
of the lumber schedule before the ways and
means committee, and brought In the name
of Glfford Ptnchor. former chief forester,
which was faintly cheered. Mr. Plnchot.
he aaid. had told the committee that en-aer-vatlon
of the forests required a reduc
tion or the tariff or would be aided by a
reduction of the tariff.
"If there is one man." said Mr. Long
worth, "more responsible thsn any other
more than all others put together for the
fact that $lay lumber rs not upon the free
list, it isiir. Otfford Plnchot."
The political How of soul and flood of
endorsement for Preeldeat Tsft ass Inter
spersed with entertaining features. Miss
Gretehen Hood of Washington brought the
6W guests to their feet when she sang "The
Star pangied Basaer." ' -
Taft Stays Till Km 4.
President Taft regained at tbe banquet
unul Its conclusion. H listened with In
terest io each speaker Mr Long-worth was
flowed by RepreeenU tl ve J. Hsmpton
Moore of Pennsylvania, former president
or the League of Republican Cltbs.
John Hays Hammond, one of the organ
isers and principal promoters of tha learu
'and pres'dent of the National Republican
I league; Hon. John C. Capers of ojth Caro
lina. Repreeestatlve W. B McKlnley of
jininoia. Representative Duncan MeKlnlay
or California. Preeldeat Snyder and ethers
"It is team work that anskee for success
la political Uf." said John Hays Hsmtnond
"The keynote of the National League ot
Republican Clubs is 'effective organisa
Addressing h!xJ!f di-ectly to Pres'dent
Taft. Mr. Hammond sail: "President Taft.
as are loyal and constant friends and here
la behalf of the republican league. I pletd-je
ou beeitv. cors'ant and eaihus'estie sup.
port la carryieg eut the policies which will
maae your admluisuatloa a sucosm la Us
while In still another Instance what ap
pears to be a harmless law book Is reslly
the outside covering of a liquor flask. It
is so arranged that when not In use the
neck of the bottle disappears. 1
The vscuum flsck in which automobilists
carry hot coffee or cold aster may be com
paratively new, but long before they bad
made their appearance, the same Idea was
applied to a man's foot gear. The boot had
a vacuum spscs between two covers, and
It waa guaranteed that tha foot of the
wearer would have a difficult time getting
In the line of labor savers the man who
Invented a chicken house that would shut
Itself deserves the palm.. He had the roost
ao adjusted that It could be aet to give
down an Inch whenever any prearranged
weight was upon It. The chicken grower
wss supposed to ascertain the weight ot
his flock, and as soon aa the last chicken
flew upon the roost It would turn the
ba:ance and close the door to the hen
house. In the morning the first chicken
that flew down from the perch would turn
the balance back and open the door to the
hen house. The same idea was applied
to the bee hives on the plsntstlon. When
ths chickens went to roost they shut up
the bees, and when they came out again
they opened bp the hives once more.
Some years ago a mtnsiler from a neigh
boring city went to Washington and con
sulted the chief of the drafting division
of the patent office about a key hole that
could be found In the dark. The patent
office roan wanted to know how it was that
a minister should see the need of such a
tMrg, observing that he would understand
It in the case of others. The minister was
told thst his invention was by no means
new, and a stack of patents on the same
subject was produced to prove It. They all
embrace the Idea of a large aunken de
pression In which the keyhole Is tbe low
est pert, or an inverted V-shaped band
with the top of the keyhole In the sharp
angle. Few men care to advertise their
sometime Inability to find the keyhole, ao
the patent was never a highly profitable
The horrors of being buried alive are in
tensely real to some men and they have
worked many years to perfect something
that would allow tbe victim of such a
burial to announce the fact. In one in
vention a bell above the grave is ao ad
Justed that it will be made to ring when
ever the victim begins to breath. Another
provides a miniature telephone system
from ths grave to tha keeper'a office. Still
another has a little push button which
will light an electric light above the grave.
No one of these ghsstly invention hsa
been put to a practical test.
A combination cane and stool is one of
tbe things that deserved greater aucceas
than seems to have attended it. When
closed up it resembles a heavy walking
stick, but when opened iz makes a very
decent substitute for a camp stooL A
gopher exterminator is another Interesting
affair. It has a screw on the end and a
flexible shaft like one sees on a dental
engine. This shaft is attached to an 'ordi
nary carpenter's brace and the screw is
inserted Into the hole. It winds its way
onward after the gopher until it drives
him out of the rear entrance to his home.
It also can be applied i eats, ground
squirrels, moles and ofher Burrowing ani
mals. Humana . tendencies often, show up in
patents issued in Washington. In one case
there is a cat made of cardboard covered
with phosphorescence. It is made to simu
late the position of a live cat at a rat bole.
When a mouse or a rat sees the ghost in
the dsrk near its home it immediately de
cides that lis palace is a haunted one, and
leaves that vicinity. The Inventor says he
is able to hasten this leaving process by
perfuming tbe ghost-cat with peppermint,
which odor he says Is very offensive to the
olfsctory organs of the mouse and the rat.
A cheese skipper exterminator is the in
vention of an enterprising grocer. He con.
eludes thst the presence of skippers in
cheese does not Injure it at all, and that
by enclosing the cheese and its Inhabitants
in an air-tight box he can smother the
Inhabitants without harming the cheese.
He finds that when tbe air becomes close
In the cheese the skippers will make a
bee line for the surface, where they die for
w-ant of air. Another grocer has Invented
a combination grater, allcer, fly trap and
mouse trap, which he declares to be a new
and useful invention. A medicine dealer
has a patent on a bottle stopper that is
unique. It has a little mill race and bicycle
water wheel attached to It. and when the
medicine is all gone the child can convert
the bottle into a little lake and drive his
wster wheel with the water stored In it.
Au Englishman many years ago Invented
a gun with a round and a square barrel
the square one to shoot the Turks and the
round one to shoot Christiana.
T rHDSaUO J. WLAMMXM.
Tomorrow The Sapresae Coart,
history of this country."
Mr. Cspers brought the republican en-
thuaiasts to their feet when ne said that
tbe south was going to save the republl
can party from threatened defeat.
Representative Duncan MeKlnlay of
California, attacked newspapers, which he
said were In league with great Importers
of the country who had become manufac
turers on foreign shores and desired the
lowest possible tariffs.
Colorado was pledged te the support -of
the president by Representative Robert W,
e aaopten a platform In Itot," he
said, "endorsing President Taft and h'.s
principles and we will adopt another plat
form in 112 for President Taft and a sec
John A. Stewart,' president of tha New
York Stata RcpubKcai league, waa the
last speaker. He made another plea of
party unity and fidelity to the policies of
TROUBLE BREWS AMONG
WYOMING STOCK GROWERS
Wwwl Grower G la it. . Asraeo
Msastsls te Avert -Hn-tllltlee.
LANDER. Wyo., April . Five special
representatives of the Wool Growers' as
sociation have left here for St. Agnes
mountain to avert if paaaible threatened
trouble between the sheep and cattle men
of that section.
It has been reported that the cattlemen
are determined to run the aheep off all
the open ranges in that territory and that
the sheepmen are on watch to prevent any
such move. A clash aeems Imminent. Al
though the men who left here meaa to
avert trouble if poaalble, they are well
known rangers, expert la the use of rire-
Watest seser save Cwosat.
The Red Dragon of the sky, Watch the
child en for spring oougbs and colds. Care
ful mothers keep Foley's Hooey and Tar
la the house. It is the beat and aafeat
prevention and cure for croup where the
need Is urgent and Immediate relief a vital
necessity. Contains ae opiates cr harmful
druga Refuse srubsUtutta. Var aale by
COUNSEL SOUGHT FOR COSGXESS
Effort Made e Have Levee Heaee
Rtfmestei laoteael ef Aeveee
Nes la ! Sabsldy
WASHINGTON. April .-An utuwrtul
effort to ha congress Itsrlf. instead of
accused members, represented by cvunsel.
an angry, unrecorded attack on the
merchant marine league by Representative
McDermott of ni'.nola and a strenuous
denial of Representative Cteenerson's
charges against th league, featured to
day's meeting of the housw committee to
Investigate chargrs reflecting ou eonErs
men In connection 'ith ship subsidy legls
1st Ion. Harvey Goulder of Cleveland, 6.
formerly president of the league and Wil
ling Livingston &r Detroit, MUh., were
Air. teenereoa. no Introduced the revo
lution for an tnculry into the chararoa
made In the IregoVe propaganda. In which
he, Kueeterroann of Wisconsin, McDermott
of Illinois and other representatives were
mentioned, asked that time be allowed to
permit "congress to be represented by
The committee decided that it wss un
willing that counsel should appear repre
senting congress, but any member may
have counsel present.
Readily Llaed I s."
The league had aaid In an editorial In its
organ, "The American Flag." that Vlr.
McDermott, coming from the packing houae
district of Cbicaco. and being a democrat,
"readily lined up with the merchant marine
opposition," and that "there la a particular
significance In Mr. McDermott's vote
though we have aa idea that It was in line
with the wishes of the packers and it cer
tainly was grateful" to Minority Leader
"I want to find out bow tar theee thugs,
blackmailers and muckrake can go," Mr.
McDermott said to the committee. Mr.
McDermott was not a witness.
The chair told the stenographer that that
remark was not to go In the record.
"It should go in the record." inslsteJ
McDermott. hestedly. "If there have been
character assassins it should go In the
Mr, Kuestermann was asked by the com
mittee ir he wanted counsel and he replied
in the negative.
Mr. Goulder in his testimony gave a
clean character lo the officers of the
league. He denied that the league, so far
aa he had any knowledge, had ever In
dulged In any lobbying nor had Its offi
cers any direct personal Interest In ocean
subsidy, their work being along broad, pa
Mr. Kuestermann was unable to get from
Goulder even an approximate eeetimate of
the number of members of the league, who
they were and what they paid the (10 dues
for and he asked the committee to in
struct that data be furnished. Tbe com
mittee was assured that the information
would be forthcoming.
Kansas City Officer Tind Goods in
Men' Homes and Blame
KANSAS CITY. April J.-pntiee fc-ie to
day arrested ten switchmen In the employ
of the Kansas City Southern railroad on
a charge that they have been operating a
syndicate for the wholesale stealing of
goods in transit over the company's lines.
Between $90,000 and tlOO.OOO worth of mer
chandise haa been stolen from cars by the
syndicate In the last two years, officials
of the road say. Last month a (3.001) short
age w as recorded.
The men under arrest are Joseph Pltx-
gerald, Frank Jones. C. M. Culver. S. It-
Stafford, H. A. Bagwell. M. Allen, J
Murphy, C. C. Hyatt, Q. C. Brewer and
L. K. Parlln. All are members of the three
erews. A crew foreman, whose name Is
concealed by the police. Is alleged to have
laid plans for robbing the cars. He Is said
to have ordered certain cars moved to the
outskirts or the city and then arranged for
tha men to plunder them.
In one instance, the police say, a carload
of potatoes waa sidetracked at Sheffield,
near here, and after ten bushels of tubers
had been removed the remainder was
Clothing, dress goods, firearms, liquor,
cigars, shoes, foodstuffs aad even lawn
mowers have been stolen. , Some of it was
disposed of to stores and saloons. Other
articles, the police assert, were found In
the houses of some of the suspects. Sev
eral truckloads of stolen goods have been
Old Gray Bonnett"
For Bishop's Wife
StntimenUl Lore Tune Song- at
Golden Wedding of Samuel Fal
lows and Bride.
NEW TORK. April .-High up on the
hillside at Dobbs' Ferry came the familiar
strains of "Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet,"
sung by voices mellowed with laughter and
tears of gladness Intermingled for todsy
was the golden wedding of Bishop Samuel
Fallows of the Reformed Lutheran church
and Lacy Huntington, his wife.
Beside the tall form of the fighting bishop
of Chicago stood his still young-looking
wife, who fifty yeara ago today in a lltUa
farm boose in Wisconsin, really wore a
gray bonnet with b.ue ribbons on It when
she was aiarried to the young mis, who a
year later went off to the war.
Bealde them stood their four children.
Mrs. E. Sidney Williams, wife of the Rev.
E. 8. Williams of Saratoga, Cai.; Edward
H. Fallows, at whose house the celebration
waa held; Charles 8. Fallows and Miss
Alice Katherine Fallows, all of New Tork. i
Bishop Fallows, with moisture in his
blue eyea, and Mrs Fallows, with real tears
in her handsome brown ones, walked about
among their children and their children's
children, happy beyond expression.
SAINTS SELECT WEN .
TO BE MISSIONARIES
Fear Elders Seleeted at Meet la a; at
Isstsesasaee te ItessMiad te
INDEPENDENCE. Mo.. April . -(Special
Telegram.) F. J. Eberllng of Ohio waa the
speaker at the mcmlng service or the
Latter Day Saints conference. This after
noon the business cf the conference was
resumed. Assoc g the aevyral resolutions
Buying a watch is, or ought to be, an important matter, and
enrefuily thought over. A Waltham.Watch is something that
will last for more than one lifetime that should descend from
f ather to son, from mother to daughter.
A Waltham Watch is not like the automobile or bicycle that is
superseded every year or two by some new model. A Waltham
Watch will last a "lifetime, therefore consider carefully w hen you
buy one. Always buy from a jeweler whom you know personally
or by reputation, and be sure to get a Waltham Watch
adjusted to temperature and position at the Waltham factor',
and then have your jeweler regulate it to your personal habit
Mail order houses are not, in our opinion, properly equipped
to handle high-grade watches. Never make the mistake of buying
a Waltham Watch from a mail order house; if you want a
good watch and a timekeeper always buy a Waltham Watch of
WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY,
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presented was one from the seven presi
dents of the seventy, whose duty It Is to
select members from the lesser quorums
to be ordained to the office of the seventy.
They presented the names of Elders W. P.
Bottman. J. T. Thompson, A. C. Slivers
and O. R. Miller. The special ditty of a
seventy Is ever to be ready to be sent
anywhere where the appointive, powers
wish to send them as a missionary.
An early adjournment was taken to per
mit tha various committees and quorums
to complete Their sessions.
CHINAMEN ARRESTED FOR
DEATH OF IOWA ACTOR
Owners of Oplasa Jolat Ckarsred eslth
Maaslaaarhter After Ysiath Dies
CHICAGO. April .-Charged with man
slaughter by a. coroner's Jury, Charles
Wung and Sing Hun. Chinese, were today
held to the grand Jury because or the
death here Friday of William A- Maher
of Pes Moines, la., from narcotic poison
ing. Maher. a l- ear-old vaudeville actor,
died at a hospital after smoking opium In
a resort said to be operated by Wung and
STOCK LAWIS CONSTRUED
AnlsaalS May Be Kept 1st Care Thirty
Six Hears with Cemeeat ef
ST. LOV1S. April .-Judge Sanborn of
the United States circuit court today con
reded an important point to the railroads
In their fight against the twenty-eight-hour
stock law. He ruled that where sn
agreement Is signed by the shipper cattle
may be hauled thirty-six hours without
stopping for water, feed and rest.
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To get the most good
out of Campbell's
Soups, follow the di
rections on the label.
You wouldn't spoil
your home-made soup
by serving it cold or
lukewarm ; or with too
much or too little water.
And there's no reason
W S e,
The directions are very
plain and simple no
trouble at all. Follow
them and you'll have the
most tasty and satisfying:
soups ever made. Or the
grocer returns the money.
21 kinds 10c a can
Just a4d hot vUr,
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We Want (o Co-Operate
We try, by personal attention, to learn the condi
tion of every gas lamp and gas appliance in the city.
We have men on the streets every day doing nothing
but this: Where we see anything wrong we correct it
but we cannot SEE EVERYTHING.
DO NOT ALLOW ANYTHING to be wrong, the
remedy is close at hand and easily procured. Simply
notify us by whatever means you desire, by a call, by
'phone or postal and we will gladly see that your trouble
Help us to make your gas service PEEFECT.
Omaha, Gas Company
The NEAL Internal treatment cures
tbe periodical, occasional or moderate
drinker, the habitual and excessive
drinker and the nervous man who haa
to drink to keep from becoming more
nervous. It takes iwijr all Inclination
to drink, all deelre and craving for
4rlnk by neutralizing the potion of
alcohol in the system and ridding tbe
blood of tbe poison by a rapid process
of elimination, leaving the drinker In
tbe same normal condition he was In
before tasting liquor, so far as the ef
fect of alcohol may be concerned all
appetite for drink gone and he a
Ne Hypodermic Injeetlons
The XtIL internal treatment ef-
fecta a perfect cure in three days with
out hypodermic Injections.
A Guaranteed Contract
A guaranteed bond and contract Is
given each patient agreeing to effect a
perfect cure, or refund tbe money at
tbe end of the third day.
Read Tho Beo for All
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A Modern Treatment
THE XEAL 18 A I'HYSICIAVS
CURE for the drink habit, it Is tbe
most modern and perfect of knowa
treatments, originated by a physician,
compounded by a physician, and ad
ministered by experienced physicians.
The Heal la a Physician's Cur
If you have taken a number of old
cures and gone to drinking again
worse than before, wbat is the use of
taking another old cure? The Neal la
tbe latest, improved, up-to-date, omy
cure in lue cna.
Institute or Homo Treatment
If unable to come to the institute
send for the Home Treatment which
Is Just as effective as Institute Treat
me nt. Call, write or phone for free
book and copy of contract; Neal Insti
tute Co., O. B., 1502 South Tenth St.
Omaha, Neb. All communications
ttrirtly confidential. Bank references
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