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OMAHA. MONDAY MORNINc.'. IIXT:MnKK s lf'lu-TWKLVK TAGKS.
SINOLK CXH'V TWO CKNT.S.
ONE UNIVERSITY Masses His ' Time"
AND ONE CAMPUS: to HypnotisOrook,
Why Buildings of 5ebrkVs Great
Sccfcool Should Be Consolidated
al State Farm.
FOR ECCSOJIY OF MI5ISTBATI0!
Pre sent Plan is
"' tj to Coa-
GROWTH IS SOW
' A' - Re-
High Price of Dow-to-i
reasons for THE cossoudatios
Heller r re
vest Rrrr( to Mfrr
bercer Rrtlli( !
tlsa la Oetall.
Regerte George Cou-p'ar.d ar.d Frank I.
Ma"er f th I rlv-.t f Nebraska wn.te
in the fo'low rig rtri'ritjr report to th giv
"or apl ti.--ja;h Mm to tbe llUturf
ih t-a a-ub.'ert of rrlidaUri the reat,
l'c-vei ir ft Nbra-ka on one ctrji"'
and that o be at tlve atai farui: (
To Ht Eawiiewj" the Oovemor. Hon (
'itoo c. 8ha'ir,beter. a-i the "'"-ijoe
t, : M -- ft tt e peaie ara iif:e (
of p.epreeer ta-,!ve ef Nebraska: '
prot'.d-d hr law. It i the d-Jiy of
P.pard f Rgert f te State oiitrt'l) i
tr preeent at eath le)r!;attve bienntum a ,
rer-rt of the unlerUj- a preee.it cooJI:lon
and '. cons".Jered by the boa-1 t
be te futjre reli for lt mamterance
" "7 .."I
r--Tv. and n ale In aecrrdre w.th ,
. . V1 .,.,
law. To the iaor rortion cf lvl repo-t
we rrot heartiijr cor.KH t. knowlra- a
(o that tha univer-aty'a educational atand
arde are hlh and that lt roarcea iave
been carefully and econTntoailr admln:-te-M.
But to ttat nor-.ton of the report
the rtiaxecVma and rew!ueioT' cor t aired ' "
.herein, which rrtJ-uar1r refer to
jt Jre to:i--TT V at ?"jl.i orern t e-
trlApnrnt e-f what it km aa tha dowrt-1
timn -i',ju and the Arctiltti-ai coiere
located at the atate farm, we o
ear:ee:W d.ient. be'.ev;ns 1t to be oifr
lny a tke eenant of the ior'e of the
P te n preeet to joa aad throuah yon to
the recreeentalve of the tarayeT of
the e a-ound of our objecfona.
I'ntiouil and unprecedented thor(h t
.t:te a av be. e feel rure that bol yi
ard t!.e will arTe our oljectlona eareful (
n-1 n'lderata atientim.
fb-ttaaa la Order.
F1rt. We believe It would be a very
g-et a'e of public money lo dev'p
two d!t:nc pianta. ahlch Bill tecear ly
be doTt If the Imperat.'va need of the
- ..... the kinmltarat
r:jege re to be met. It 1 4ipoalM to j
aed th , if n' a
aird t..' ne- eary t.x upon the rm of i
We ar absolutely and iwvia,t- !
. . , ,k- -.rT,,n that a oeoa atlon of .
w- . iiii..! r,J!M. from the College .
f Art and P-ien would, from an du- , at Fev-nteen'h ard Famam etreeta yew
tat onJ atar.dpoiaL. be a met eer.osi mi-;terday af-e-rvo-m Mr. Mann received pain
,.k, ee a It wo.;ld the Ag.-icul- ; f jI Irjurtea a'. i.t the aid of the face and
tural crJVge tudent f-om the Iwger unl I Mr. jwevenn ruff-red a rtraln to the
re-r-ty life ahlch l H educational prtl-rirh Mp. They were taken to the police
e and be-n mt'wi and attended by Dr. RoMna: n and
Third: 1 nl.M alieoiute duplication of i It. T. T. Ilarri. police aurgeon.
:ho deartrentcf the College of Art and j The men were croeelng Seventeenth
rVBc-a whith the Agricultural ooiiee j atreet at the croeln and the machine a
tudent rnunt l-e aMociated with are built tuminc the come- from amam atreet
and maintained at the atate farm, should : when the accident occurred Joehua Fer-
h rreant p-ir' be cc.ni Ir.ued. a very gt; n. chauffeur for the Velle Auto rom
ron.derable portion of the Agricultural ; fny. a drlvln the motor. He waa ar
ro'trg atudewt time would t a ated. j reated by rolic-man Rcty fallowing the
'nce he ou;d be compelled to apend la j n-.if hap. He waa r ha reed with careles
!-aveling betaeen the two camiuea at dnvtng and released under K bond
ie,t one hour cacti day. on an average j Mr Mar.n i a railroad ticket ajrrnt and
of four day each weea. making during I I.I companion In the accident ia an ti
h.i college bfe a loaa In ail of aity-lour i prea agent.
4aa of eigtit bour length- At tho t- j
n lime there are In tha Agricultural col- j
eg Mud t-t. la. who. tinder preaent con
iitioca. will apend In travel:g to and fro
bet-eett tt.a two campuaea during their
tx.Uee life. U. da a and the money e- j
rce. which are Incidental thereto.
Hoot It A lleela Wiati.
Fourth: The aan.e thing trwii re- ;
gard to tt yoi-ng women tudenta In the j
Teacher' co.lfge and the College of Art
and Scene, who are taking a eourwe In
ometic cter.c. they havlr.g to make the
inp from tl doan-town rampua to tbe
tate farm, wbera that oerananer.i ia o-
ra:e4- Thero are now 1T of ts tu-
dn:. acd tha cumber will In four years
neel I a In travel mad necessary
y th separation of planta. The had of
this deprrmenl Informs us that owing to
!-iad,uate facintie. no more students can
t taksa in. which of course, means Its
rr'argement at too Slat farm or its
duplication down-toa-n camrua
lurir.g reoest year th great importance ,
of th i drrwn mer.t has been recogn'xed.
and" w feel certain that th number
; oung wow.ea wishing to take this course
erui greatly Increa. That these young
aoon. huld be called upon to n-ake this i
n.-inM svasc n of th ear. we fee! is
abwlvite'y aaMefjl of their t:n ar.d j
nv.nev ar.i deirimectai to their best In-:
tgrlraltaral F.daratlwa lrrtaal.
I .CI Iiumi rt. as we do. that the
a.c i: u .try of Nebraska ia purelj tin- :
-u !. ar 1 tha". t'e proUemi pe"s.B rg,
the : J arO rara! I.f ar a-xor.g t :.e
i.t ir;:oriart tat the ;ai and sat: on
to K'e realise Los necessary it
a that sir nat i-oi-id week to pro"1Je the i
r -v ki wear. and cspottJr.:t f x tte
sii caiict (-f the vu.n men ar.d a.n.en. ,
ti xict to r!J' to ti.e o. t e fel
t at I .r-r etu.iet :a are e; t I ed to ei.n...
ire ;rt .i.eae uf a ix-nx i date! :ntlt utin.
and sol roe ;14 to niif su a '
r ii.w cf t'r aate nrr.e. wri fc ;s
t.reef irrri.t c.Jd".w.is a "ic-st ser o mm
! ar.iuai tj the groath cf the Ag-tcal- .
turai o'egf I I n the au'loi.ij of thoe '
'-j at in a tie to krx l-eueie
it '. a fe t lrvl tia. if rcn.tln s ere i
a faotb e to agricultural l-Arn. j I
t!r aw to loo ivaVa'a In eih-r c-i.ee-f
t ur.lverit. t'. ere would be a rr
a..b '.aiger nun.ber Ilk r !-. rrw
It an Iber are a. a
?ih Ti. aa'ura! arT ' at t-a ef tn d I
freol cllge. fcc stuier.ts lr.tem.:tx .
n ;i.t ram rss roxns and 'ab-at
je tr Art. Nieates. Teacher Gradja'e
icl agTVu tural toilegea. aad la thl cob-
r,-ion la included ta School of Fiaa
rCcn-gu!, a lseo raga)
now wonders wny
3an Flays Sole of Cigar Store Indian ;
While Stricter Relie-e, Him of I
Wat:h oa Street !
Fardor. ire If I take i;p yojr t:rc " !
r'r.a-kej an underlined t --.-. 'p
I nc up to John Her'.ln Mtn st-eet
at lie t"vrr.: cf Twrrtr-ord rwi Lav
w.tuTi st-". yesterday afternoon
'"tJ7 wrv" ,hI
-ske- ra-hd Into H-lin porket and.
took hi aai'h
"N..- day. Eo-ior.g
Then Hcrl n. a wto-h protited. moa'.'.
eren an-j staring, matched tr man i"Oli
doan tte -reet ait.l hi watrh in hard ,
It took sc-me time fr rea ixau.jn t-. aeep
through, but Herlln decioed ti,at h Lad,
b1 ""touched.'' Ilf reiWtd h to
'What did he :o"k Kr.tr' asked the cf-
. fr bock ng the complain.
J " Search roe. - replied Her?
, f et a good look at fcita."
Drink Merchant in
New Tangle of Law
at His Every Turnip
Bartlin Fiads Federal. State and .
City Regulations for Saloons
Puzzle Game He's It
! Te ar cf the ?aw in lhS treat land
tf f-ee!r-rn a-e d1' a4 airarre In the
, , concep.tn f of Joe Partohn. purveyor or
. 1 drtnke
Bec e..d cot eleny adertM
' ' ,
the dtat nctln be'.weea a cut and a,
; . .j un.sr. i .-'.in.
, operate a aaiocn at ;i eoutn pv m
trret- jeaierday tuffered the tet of a
eerie f arrreta for aelltcc Uquor. Br
toHn fell ltsto t'.e hasda ef the plice about
year aco and waa Informed hi cffece
th,aa la eeJlin liquor without a license. He
lrned he waa auppoaed to t-rx-ure a iro
Preceding hi a et of yesterday Ear
to!in got ha federal llcenae and announced
he interided to try H- j:r eeliing agajn.
verkxked the city l.oeoee
Aa etab!lehmt!t omowted by Cbrta
Chuba and Ftter Ingu at 'l Jackron
" " v v...-r
Prti1tor were each re!eed ucder
, beer wera taken tn t lie t o raid.
ITwo Pedestrians Run
Down by Automobile
Ilea Crossing Street Are Struck by
Machine and Paiafnlly Injured
' CluufieT!r Held.
Of -n WntH Twtr-Uth at reef.
knocked and V target abont tw rty
b, the autotnolale of IV. c. O. Robtna.
Holly Wreath Turns
on Gas; Death Comes
Toronto Woman Tiiiting Daughter in
Chicago Found Dead ia Bed
J CHICAGO. It C-A Chri rr holly
j -reath awinrng from a chandelier forced
, op, , rv-k early today and cauaed
, the aarkvxiatjon of Mr Eda Mav Simp-
J ot Toror.tc Carafla. Mr. Pimpson
if.Mi wren f0cj ty r,r daiighter.
pfor, retiring lt night M:s firnpaon
! DUBC the wreath on the chadeWr over
her bed. While she was asleep the wind
j tr( m an open window caused the wreath
i t9 o,n the ga cock, lira Pmpson came
j rM from Toronto last week to visit her
j daughter. Mr Edward Tiffea.
or ! Stickup Man Gets
"Drop" on Watchman
Segro Robs Guardian of Gardner
Memorial Hospital Victim's
j a negro r.oiaip war tkrust a re.-o.'vr
bef .re the fae of John Ever right watc1"
' rr an at tre new Gardner Memorial hctH
tah and rohhl Mm of 4 In cash shortly
'before da' iie'-t yesterday morn ng Tr.e
. rt tber he'd Bjer uo in th back yard of
tr.e r.er ta. gronras nrpnars h' tte-'He yesterday received papers and b.anfc i
om .1 e le s h.VJirg a '.an'ern. I Ivr.ds fur his au ah ft cat ion for th cflet
Bier told tr r-olce he a forced to' Tie nomtr.aiion c-f Mr. Etter n . J
set o n ihe anterw and thow r.i. l .a!fmJ l.iT tf..re Ihe ad -urr.meet
: .ii ubmM..r. l-f v. . . .. '
he had a
( arc to reach for lis in
Lies at " North e tteenth street
AT LOS ANGELES PLANT
Oa of iJrseal Slatabllsh aaeiat
(astey Partly IkeaaolUhcd by
ft lab Etslsslir.
1 ANGI I.E.-. Ic. w
rensora r." of t.- ia
tv , .
' Tr.e Iewe! va
Ss- at .is. i
Sf.ni of ihe k rd ia
lrri re io''hed b
in the side cf t
the s-ju!hst. was
drue rrer'lc1eT !
b, -Id: eg early t.
J I! Asksirs. a atiLrrs a :,ibi.'i
tr-1 j' The eff ee d uisr f oo- .f the
tt idirg were wrecked. Tb r"nt -ro;r
s wtaurd. Tte cw.arv has b-? in-
) av moa.ks .a a sin . of Joa
tsval worm J
FOR TIIE PEOPLE
Esul SeideL Socialist Mayor of Xil
wiukee. Proposes a JSuniripal
ANSWERS ARGtTCEST OF SCOFFERS
High Cost of Living One of Great
Problems to Be Studied.
OFFICIALS SHOULD DTVTSTTGATX
Should Study Present Day Problems
and Then Act
FLA5 WOULD KOT HURT BUSLTESS
M e4 lira tka Rm
the Market. Tkete Bar
Cattle, keep mm Haja
a lie KIHra.
) SULWAVKrK. Ie. S .ral Tele-
ararr: "We can mn a Bi Jhler houaa j
i ana trake It rV a-lthoat derrrnvtug bul- ',
'. nr. as the aeoffere cry- The t4tert
!n l'ra tn ho met ta the meat bltl and'
rackera are all mlitiooalrea."
Thia t the war Ema FeMel. the eociaj-
lt mayor of Maacke. drfrada the ae-
o" -f k cit' nrfi tirsinar the
teflsiature to rive trie tt :unkrr:ni power
f atart a nuraidpaj 'ai.iier hoi cold
atcrage p-:ant and other buslneaea enter
prljte. He further aaid:
'The itovemment tf the dty la a buat
ns p-rrpoltti acid a:i tha pPi mr
"Pubiic officia'a ara employed to roi
"If a city caa fjmiah Jla awkbolder
with cheap commoditlea tbat enter Into the
cot of Ib-tnc then It la tha duty of !t
ecnanta to aee that measure ar adopted
which will bring about tola much dealred
"The rrttt problem confro tlM tb.e
American peop'ie today la tha eowt of Bv
inM. It I the dutr of every offVclai to
atudy thia problem kmc and crefuiiy. I'MouXTiiag for Dead Flreicea Changes 1
ttlnk that the bierewt attigle Item In the j Aspect 0 fthc TJaT. !
ct of malntaJnlr.g the home la lb' meat; -
!ti;l - Thre I hardly a packer of uT
In thia country who la
a mil.iorai-e. Ton nepaper fellow a re-
fer to them a -beef baron- and what 1
you caUl them la re:iy tma.
started Oat Poor.
No et of men ever erded the power
thai theae men do. They reach tnlo the
pocket of every man, woman and child
in the world They atarted out poof, with
out a aingle except Jon.
"I have studied thia aubect and have
opinion of eiperu to g-jlde ma. I would
to etabilh a raunlctpal aiaughter
and kelleva w could furnlth the
dty cheaper meat and that w coa'.d
make a profit over the runnfrvg axpenaea
of tb enter rtoo.'
-We can empior juat a rood fc-rera aa
p cn t .. r -
"My Vitm. la to aead-theoe mew .either to
the rangea. or to tbe lire etork market,
and bar them rur cattle, aheep and boara.
Thce wouM be hipp4 to our munirl-
paUty-owned yard, killed tn our municipal
aiaughter house and the carcaaaea placed
tn our municipal roid etorage plant. The
meat could then be void to the people
cither direct or through authortaed dealer
giom will ay my Idea la to deakroy
the parking Irduatry. 1 y no. I would
do nothing to deetroy art' bupineu. The
packer could keep oa ceding meat lo
tbo who wanted it. In fact, I bta ve
that w would still need them In th fie'.d. j
My pan however, would how tha people ;
alm t exactly what It coats to place mem
on tha table ar.d the packers would have
to meet our price.
t.ed-atared Co itltlon.
-Just good-natured cc mperrtion that a
a hat tr.t m hole plan w ould be No bual
afu destroyed, hut a few anoro mouth
fed. a few more strong boys and girls to , spent the day at home, except for attend
put Into th worVd. j ar.ee at church tn the morning. The presi-
"Scoffers and those opposed to sny plan j dent went aJnne to All Saint's Cn-tar-an
will ay that a 3ty can't run this kind j church, while Mrs. Taft. nc-ompan ed by
of bciccoa. I say It can. Today too beef i Miss Helen Taft and Charley Taft. went
packers In one of our plants employ more j to fashionable St. John's Episcopal church
men than are on tl.a payroii of the entire j a few friend dropped in at the Wl'Jt
city of New Torfc j House during the afternoon to exchange
"In the last analysts a oily Is nothing j Christmas greeting!
more th n a big buslne enterprise. Why
can't a city employ jast aa good men as a
private cnterpris? I know It can.
"All flat ts cecesaary la to cut out poli
tics and the domination of a bow .
""Surroundeu by several men who know
their burtr.es. I would cot hesitate to
morrow to start a municipal slaughter
bouse, and I promise to give th people
ehvaper meat ard also make a profit for
the city. I Intend to visit the next sesstoo
of the legislature and f.ght for my en
abling act ahlch will altow Milwaukee to
try tha experiment of trying to give Its
omn people cheaper f.cd- There is not Cl
ing unconstitutional In th mesore, but
the slat legia tur has so tied the t nds
of Milwaukee that It cannot be tried with
out a special n leas jre "
Etter Notified of
Sew Fostaaster at South Omaha to
Take Charge cf Office with Be
ginning Of XeW Tear.
ces r r-'irr. 1 1 nameo 1 . r j- I -master
at South otrara. has received no
tic 'f tr.e ccnfirmatiun of Lis Boir.inau n
, . ' u. , .
' corgres f r tie l.olcas He
icrAi-ge of the c-ffice January 1.
I I Iskt
'TURKEY SHOOT AT GUN CLUB
Cms sees Cobsb'! tmr aiaty Birds
frwaa th Rag.
Chr-rrri s turkey drea a b I td cf i
.r.r.er to th turkey shO't'heJd by t J
I On. aha uus cl -b -Vtrtas day
i . ...
as coc4 a n.i cer niir urcs sere n '
it- ihe rroriMMti r t-st face an es. h
..... tv k a turkev seeoe-d a ,mi . . A
tr.rd a d jek. j str-actitg 1 .m to be preernt v n ii r. 1..
G-r.tiJ-i-k aer trd the arpretr February . !il. xrei.tata.n cf t..e v-r-Js
game bags asd ea. h sua ha I a sarkj"'1 entitle tr tester j a ; ar tf r
alc-rg Hoaever. on stooter gjt but one j "nd io pa Sr if heay a. caa
ck for two bird anl at-el tt-rB CUtir.Wll'Rii. lc. Z Th m,n.t-;:-
altie When b scaned for ho-i.e ti e ' i"- c-f "lrtirg arranged an in Testing
goo bad depart-! There aer many j atertaicment for tii I'nited y.at- l .j
srooter preaect. but tr -"d could cm iil.kt'i t-Oa TH mc'.udej a lore'!., g.-.t
b fo c.1. para a d a C ni .aa tra
SAD CHRISTMAS IN CHICAGO I
;qi;i t-r rTJ J""R ATTOf AT TAPTTAT
tkie Saeale at.
Sara Hut and ape
rretltral and Fa -illy t (rrk.
CHICAGO. Pec. 5 Chr'rjnaa a dv
. i . MU.l . W 11 . ..
o mwrninx cor i'uhw v in-m r i.-
alter at ttte atock yaaos miitMir. wnen i
a fir In the Mom Co. beef house w?-t t
away tha lire or Fire tTsier noran M ,JirT fawilng InMructVn that the fury
twre-ty-fo'UT other arw y. covered the w-hol Rr oo) kT together The J'lry awarme.1
c-ty w-th a pall of catiaae. " arocr.d htm, lnatatlng that th order be
In the rhurrhe Ortatmaa iIiii f j rewipded.
Mnd with e- efwrror for tbe dead , -Jta." aaid . Kv v1 . 53c hit, a tanner,
and aympathy for thee sVcf-atr:ken fn-?-Tve gnt ! let off I dtweo flfteon
Be, Fro i the ataff f puWIe buildinrs. j inlie to mn aomethiag and Tve g"t
btg department nor an.l many reatdenoe '. f get H. I pro tied to bring It borne
flag hung at hair-mj. 1 an.l I bate to fa'l down."
Earht of the dead r.re-mn were bared "What ia ttT" aked the court
today. The funeral eervice wj-re net- "It a &A1. fa'tered Zichlt Then
puMmVr. tertg attended by all err hert of
th fir department who cmuld be rpore.1
from duty, city ofclal and hnndred of
citixen The funeral of Jame H. Horan
fire am -renal, on of the Prt to meet dea'h
In Thursday" f re. will be held toorrrrow
at the cme time a the hunal of twelie
ot her member of the rtt-xrtment. victims
0f the fre. Captain It-nni N. loyle of
engine compaor Xo 3S and hi on. N'ich-
ola loyle. of truck company No. 11 wi'l
be burted aide by de, the r bod'e llne
taken from th wreckage only an aim'
WASHINGTON. I-T- Chritmai in
Wahlr.g.on wa the epttom of Quietness.
Predent and Mr Taft ar.d their famiiv
Most official Washington joined in the
quiet celebration of the day. The diplo
matic co it observed th occasion arlro
pr tely. while the several hundred mem
bers of th too houses of congress for
the mofl irt observed th day in their
ROME. Lec. S. Ctrtstrr-as cay passed j
oft tranuil'y at the Vuca, where Plu '
X. after rnnficatHn at early mas before!
specially Invited guest. snt tb mora! r g
quieti) la his apartments with his sister '
srrf r.i niece. I ler h ui aom of h:x 1
household and tha secretary of state. Car-
dmaJ Merrv lei VaL a to wished to renew
their greetings, but ail of l a
were of a private character.
His holiness received mmiid aid greet
ings from sovereigns heas of atate. hign
ecclesiastics and prominent lajTrea frcrr.
U or th wend. Ha perscj .ily read
each of the and wtil himself re;.!., to
many cf them.
At court there ar no official recer-
" bu he presents cf th kir.g r.i
; qj-er. to their relctie booMuvjui a ere
i distributed and the farr.iis of their !r.e-
I . com x.n.-,im:D four ch.lrr., tad a
tree, oer ahich t'.e ;oy oa as grr-ai as
' in any humble hvrr.e teroufwt the k.ng-
is; Tlaa's in I least.
VuKK. 1 ui . i the !-ei
todav State Pnator iiig Tim'
fed i derelict and unlortutaie
...room of tae Tirnothr . S-Jl;van
ciation, ir.kititi the fifteenth ar,L-al T. n
: c:h l Suli.tan (1 niTi feast
' rlg Tim'" tire" jpen the !.- r.irn
! self at 11 orl.it There aer three lj.g
'talk. evter.d,i.g the brgih of the ix.m
t mlth a vat city i f -e-d ecactiy Z.h at a
j time. Thtre were n - cr.airs. fur it a a
i stand -up rtr.cer. altrougn tr.ere a. t.d
a plenty and a rtncjrj unrtiiri p.a;r.t
It took exactly f.rten m.r.ji- f r fe
fitst tc and cf rior ,-.. tj g-t n. : j eit.
ler-r. & m . .
get out . i.e ;.-d -ut
ea cti man reee'.vea a we as a i-aia-r I
" ' 'c-' " r
. i. 1 a.
Plays a Part in
lllUlaliCV IfUUi It
Judge Permits Jury to Separate
Rather Than Disappoint a
! iy"H3AN fVF.T. Ind . Tc. 5S Fpectal
. T;et-rarr. The 1-jrymen tn the trial of
. Char'e Cotterman. charred with killing 1
' Mark A. Prown. a wJthy farmer, were
aboard to ro home In order that a I
I J ear-oVd girl might not be deprived of a
. rii-tmMn doll
The Cotterman caae waa regarded aa
ufflrleiitty Important to" warrant Judge
bracing up. he added.
"!-T a only t. my Utile Ctrl, and h !1
cry all rtrht if I don t get home I prorn
t.ed -her th doll and ahe a probably at
th window looking for me."
"I'll let you all go." said Judge I Iry-
. MODERATE TEMPERATURE NOW
trlitaii Week Will Rrlmar Rain or
ow la Maay Plarew Then
WASHINGTON. Ic i-With th ex
ception of a roM speei on M nJay In the
atern Mates, moderate temperature will
prevail every here du'irg Christmas week..
ae-o-dr.g to the weather bureau's bulletin
A disturbance of moderate intensity. rJw
in the southwest, wl'.l rea,rh the At'irt'
seahoard by Tuesday aa3 wlU he atte-.ded
unset:d weather, with rain or snow
wmhern and central states east of the
n ky M-jntairs.
The rr rcipl dirt jrtnce of the week.
which will reach tte Pacific coast on
Tuesday or WeJr.esiay ad the Atltntic
cVast by Friday and Sat jrlay. will be at-
tndd by general precip.tAtion nd a pro-
nouncJ change to eclder weather.
WOMAN IUMPS FROM TRAIN
tlirr GrlsOTold of Fills. Kaa
Baa skall Cwllarboa
(WALLAH. K.n.. rec S-Vn
GriswoM ar.d her two chiilren ;
frern a fast moving fnic-n rmr'Ti:
near Ellis. Kan . last night. Mrs
: woH a
widow, livea e-.ght miles north- j r'r "r.sniaj ocitgauon wnen juatico piat
Ell . Her sk'jll and collarbone I k to ,b" supreme court atgned ber decree.
' fractured. The cht.dren were on y
1 slightly ia.'jred Mr. GnswoH f'-ed th-
! t-:n would rot stop a: the static whr
she wanted to get off
I Child Sldd ta IVeatb.
j PTOrX CITT. Ia. Tec. r. S-.cta! Te!e
i gram Ribert. tv s-year-old son ofM J
; ttr. a r'urrter. tt'.l Into a tub of scaid.ns
atr and died this morning
C"" l.l'V! P.1'8
I'c-l rer w i 'i
re lrr to
- v .- ar-' i
r- rr--r c '.
-. it as a '.
f i . !ee
f rf .- e
e trf iv r -r-
iS.o. drijred the ly.v
K.'rg IS! VnTer-irr-n't'' to the extent ,fr, today.
.'i.e a'wF.u! Vartn.' at' ! luant ty of cartide stored In the lutld-
Mrs. Brewster Will Teach Men
and Women to Be on Time
NL1V- T.flK. I S-.r?;Tia!
frair. r "To teacu -mn to be -r.
.s - ur. Jertiking .. f a Pru.k'in
' o w..l rattf. '-r r-rgamxa't -n c-f t'.e
"Fkr'v licr c'ub'' tf second .r,4a m
.'t.'r... tn the 1 . that a sea.', n tf ti
-e"luiac.i;s rr.a r.e'p r p.rct
irs, llu4.er.v ". Hr'er. n.mbr rf
r iei t.'iir. . r. oci.?ei. ani ciubs
n :ned tl- t-da .
' Th E rf littir cub sijt ive man)
tv al r r'Hr.i and irr-jf . entenr ea." Mr
Hrex ser A' a
"It . ar. itwEfc. uc u. c . en e r. t to citt-
f row rr r. t i ta, ycileavint frr.. that
f ft a r '' e..s..r.g at b'ir.- Vt
an Ir.'i'at :n tssvad f r aa a o'ci- k r
'.tti.ni f e niMi'r ef jvci d . n ar-
n uct.i aJr t o clock rruia u.ea ta
! SUGAR TRDST IS TO PAY DP
'Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars, it,ln of the tdd hr.
IPROSECUTIOXS ARE TO COSTTSTE
Taeedar Fixed aa the nay Whew
the Moaey Will Be Tarwed In
to AwUtaal I a I ted State
NEW TORK Ic r. ippecla! Tele
gram. I Criminal procntlon of Washing
ton B. Thoma. pre rtefit of th American
Mugar Refining company; of John E. Far
ona. for )r general cwrnael and director
of th corporation; of Arthur Inrer.
f irrnw director ani trea irer. and other
"Mrecior of th comWnti""n is now being
eeaoldered ariouly by th fdrni a
tboriile aa a result of tbe XSA-V "draw
bolC frau? by ttauauicf tnnn F"rh a
proMeutlcTi soaH be anllrely Separat fm
th c-rf lutrtaJ action ay a 'net the men by
th gxr-mir.t on tbe c-orirplrncy charge
regarding th absorbing of th Pennsyl
vania o-ajr Refnmar company by tha
mat With the pectd refund of thl
l7-'. t1! ur trust will have paid hoick
to th government over H.0f.W sine the i
expoe-jre of th weighing frai4 at th
Havemeyer and Elder p'ant through th
work of Richard Parr, and on Information
mpp'ied by RichuM Whailey.
Haiing confessed that 'drawhack"
fraud agtregat.Tg "wVW had been trpe-
tratei on tn government, in new ni-
rctorate of the sugar trust sanctioned, at
th request of Wahirgion B. Thomas, the
ref'ind of that amount
Tuesday morning. It was learned. Charie
A. Al!n. the new treasurer of th Ameri
can Sugar ReHr.:ng cc-mpanv. rrobab'y in
tb prenc of Collector Ieb and l"b:ted
Attornry Wis, will deposit a
voucher for t?r4 Xx to th assistant rrea-
urer of .he T'r.itfed F-.te. Th,. Mvm,n,
amrlll want If fa nMtaevtnAll law fAa-t-A -art-
the determination by the Department cf
Justice on dirct order from Pre. ent
j Taft. to punish any and a..l sugar trust
i cfPoa.s against whom can bo proTen any
j krow ledge oi tne irtxian rrauca. fnrr.f
I rt ccr.ferenors were held last week by
j Collector Ieb, Cnlted States Attorney Wis
j Wli'lare W. Smith, representing tie
j FIFTH WIFE GETS A DIVORCE
Kid McCoy A calm Called lata Cart
kr Vletlas of Owo of His
NEW TORK re. -.TcUl Tele-
I srram.l Mr. Lillian Estelle S:by who was j
' ,r" r,-B woman to promise to love, honor
' T!1 otT n rVlhy. alias Kid McCoy.
I w lky J ildaV.y authorixrd to cancel
Seibr holds th record for on rlr iitw.K
msrruge. and divorcea. Fiv. different
women had acme curiosity to know what '
crt of a husband a prii Tghter would '
t ke. lie ir i rried on of them twice I
I Icktlaa Float Daaaacrd.
M A R CH A LLT O W N . Ia . fc. V- -h!8;
cia! TeVrrsjr TV bui'd r occu-ird
th Frauer Aretj'une Ush-irg com
rg generated 111 when water s ax turned
n. i'.'iii a sjectarular feature to tr'
il, as late as :: o c t'.e g-:est ke.
. ir-.r.rf ir nterrup. r. the ir..i.c-ai pto
Ita.n and irlair.? tr.e ertertxir.mi.t
'! i.urs if tr i.tent I;t the people wh
" ' 'at are net .e Ut b-iter than
"1"" h- arc an hour or ts. erl.. . I
ham iai eo; corn.- in fr-jta cut of to n
it i o'an ur.en I had Invtrd item f r
T o ;.--. NilJri'ir I cant nte-ta.a
ihe.r, at that time. becau 1 am oli;-rd
tu (Te ir.v attention to ire preparation
I a-n ,-:i.r. a re i-i-tci in r...rioc of MuJ-
,r ataxirn n Jarioary and tn
I ti;ct the rue of rr r cluO. a
tn u I
'' fad prirttO to set.d wtth tr. inxiia
t .rs t i k into effect I i op to tea -h
ten to It ea.'lv and men to be on t..i.e
A om is alas Lac and a man gea
tauij actic:ite hi arpoinuaanc"
MRS. EDDY'S WILL
TO BE ATTACKED
Son and Adopted Son of Head of
Christian Science Church Said
to Be About to Contest
iLDfE OF ACTIOS AGREED UP05
Former Senator Chandler Will Repre
sent the Heirs.
OTHER ATTORNEYS CONSULTED
Claim Their Position is Supported by
Laws of Xaisachnsetts.
FI5D O.VL OBSTACLE ES TEE WAY
Iyera r red let a Battle la the
faan tkn V. Ill FaraUb Mil
ajatlaa with m loot eaa .
Nr-t TORK. Iv. Jfc ft-ecia! Te!fgTm )
Vary Faker G tidy, th fou-.der of the
Christian jtoenoe (furri., ha !eu a a
'ry to the cult ha createl. th tavet
cnrt In tt hiftorv. !)e d.d thia unkno
lr;y. of oc-ure. la he- alii h n.aie
the mot.er rhjrrh her reei-ljary legatee
and beiie:r.-l it tlie fcu!k of her e:ate
"'I'll rx.r.erva:ne et-n:te f:ie at ej'.e
No doubt remain that t-i-.e J.eir of M a
Eddy, her aon Giue- and het aicpted mi
If- J. roMfr EJy. T.a iMt 1 1 a
Dna; dec'non to Tght for p el a,
It la eo,uaiiy certain that former t'n!tt;
Pa tee Senator Wilum E. t'and'er cf
Wm;jb1ii. I. V. and other d tingilh 1
coiihjwJ repreeertirjr the hejra. lae !
tem:ned tpon a line of legs: a utm whW-(t
raiee un:q-je tseue acd arouw 1mer
Mr. Chard er. when an today, emphat
ically declined to make any atateaient or
either to admit or deny the accuracy of
the aatertiori aa to hi p'nn of maimjgm
I have been cons-jlte-i m tK.e preparation of
! the r'an. and the infonr it:oo I from
ahaoluteiy author ti e o-iurca that rot
orly will the will of Mrs Efldv be at
tacked ax illegal under the statutory lass
of Maasachuwtts. bo there Is every prom
ise of a rate proceed. ng which aill t-
directed against ChrlMan Scene Itaelf as
a movement against public p-j.icy.
The (. f Attack,
The lawyers for the Ed.ty heirs did not
have far to look for the keynote of Uieir
proponed attack upon the Christian Sci
ence leader's wiiL They f-.'unJ It !n the
rT;d lawa of Mauachusett. section .
chaiier IT. It reads;
"The Income of the rifta. grants, bo
quest and d.ie made to or for the un
of any on church shall not exceed CG a
Jemr. exclusive of the lKrom of aay par
sr g Hn-1 grantel to or for tl use of
fhi mlolstry.'' - - r i "
That Is all there Is to It a brief, a'ata
pn vision of th lawthat bad ben bidden
away among the Massachusetts statutes
for more than haif a century, but which
was re-enacted eight year ago.
Probably not a doaen pe ons resident
in the state of MaMichus-tt knew of Its
existence. Obik!y It aa unknown to
Mr Eddy and tie adtlser a ho aided In
drsalns her a ill.
The heirs e In tfc law a sure !cai
i bar to th Inheritanc by th Christian
I I er.ee church of Mr Kddv ... .
j Tfcer wiU take th
p.ltl. 1 Ulat th will
U Illegal and void, that In point of fact
Mrs. Eddy ma!e no disposition of her
property and that a condition I created
Identically the same as If Mm. Eddy died
Fs4 Oa Obstacle.
Mr. Chandler and kis associate lawyers
have had to get around one serious ob
"Ci ,n P-
stacle In preparirg their elan of anion
agreement of settlement
mad !at year between Mrs. Eddy and her
ton., tn mhicii the heir piedged them
se.ves not to contest any will ahe might
lent. But clo ntudmis of the situ. uoa
beiieve that the resourceful lawyer hut
a f and sure aay out of th d;ff.-lty.
Mr. Chandler early plans to keep hij
ciiecis within tl.a atnet letter of their en
fiimrtiL so thai no inter tt of there
under th setti-tr.ent shaU be endangered.
This he diwihiles propose to accompiar
b roonr.g in tha rr.ktter through a b.!l in
equity, which, while ir.fi!:n.; the cvurts
to pasa upon th legailtr c-f Mrs. Edd '
will, canaot I legally ritrad as a con
test cf that
Prorr.ineni iaurra who have an Inklin
of th cari; plaxs enfier considetation
by tourj-rl f. .r tha htlrs t-rw!ict a legsi
battl that will frtlsh a record for mod
ern liugau n with on of the most ess
tlonal ca i.ttr.
It ts knoaa thst th r'sns to overthrow
tbe ill are sasr:ted !n Boston. Although
' S",or Chandler and MS colleagues have
mad bo oj-en move nor clrorr-ed th fa.at-
eat hint, the directors of th mother char- h
jare cretly amrehenslve
I Archit Id MtUttsn. thalrr.n cf tn
j mother church dlicctcraie, ar.d Henry
jliaker. ef.catr-JCtor cf Mrs, E-idy s aill. !I
jLa discotered th existent of that start
ing statute in tt atasaa ctwSitts law. They
av kept that lnovld'w tj thrrr.neH.
T?n 4- OtiUooos O 1
Lab OUlltUttait; IjUIVcZS
' 13,, 1 . g a
a naiidiy Mystery
Burden Carried bj Joe Schulti
Caues Hin to L Jailed for
" - "ii
) c-f r'.iih'.nf sto'er I-
u.tca c a mei by
tU at e..se In t.
lej t-j tve rec.jverv
thing sto'en t-om lt L'resker teller
' '! arid 1 arrest vf th s-s;-rt ester
fi'. J - ri 'jitt. carr- r.g a t. rr sjitcase,
' r.otUed -i.iu a!it uioerta e'y on
l- - street ty Ic'ties 'jl,ian ard
, Ili'.cht 11. wio accoste-1 him
ct.uitx attem;ted to leave th detec-ti.es
and as uratae to eii 'aln cieaC)- what
was in tie grip. When taken to th sia-
1 tion tre suitcase - fct found to conta ri
most of the rto're stu'en from I meti ers
Srhiiti ihen tsud k lad tougt.t th.m
from a anger
Sallurw 4 rlekrsle.
bKlT Ic CTr 1st rr.a day n
. fcrated h- the sailors of t'.e T- rd
i.iin cf ll.e I'r.ted Sia:.- At ar.; e r.ee;
nh ejtu-ai lo.inl.es They aer t
' i-ti at d.scer cf the aa ilurs cf lb aaj
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