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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2f), 1011.
Entirely new and different
stylos of bats for boys.
Silk Hats at S I.flO and l.7ft
Nobby Cloth Hats at $1.00
Toppy Frit Hats $1.23 and $1.A0
m you no
e i 'ii n lira
1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
rnrmber of thi Lancaster group who n
in favor tf the measure, but he received
atrong voting aupi'frt from all the wets
in the house. Mockett made a. strong
apeech against the bill. urging that Ian
raater county be allowed to Kovcrn Itself
without interest or Interference from the
rent of the alnte. Three times, In voting
onre on amemlmt nts to chanae oompletrly
the character of the bill, and once on pot
ponlnir It, and onoe to put It on third read
ing, Kotouc, who was In the chair, was
enabled by a tie to cast the deciding mte.
and th bill was finally put on third reading-.
Judiciary Bill Falls.
Tha Quaekenbush bill, creating; a state
court of appeal!, was lost this afternoon
by securing only 4! votea. The opposition
mustered only 48, but It required 60 votes
to pass, so It was Indefinitely postponed.
The bill was a thorough nonpartisan judi
ciary bill, created to tha Invention of a
prominent democratlo politician, but oould
not Ret enough strength from republicans
to pass over the opposition of a few ad
The appropriation for $130,000 to be ex
ponded In buying the Fremont Normal
school and make a state Institution of it,
was defeated by a vote of 41 to 61. There
has been a well organised effort made to
got the state to buy this school and add
it to the list of state training schools for
teaohera, but the house refused to take
responsibility for It.
Debate on S of Trace BUI.
A motion to advance tha Uandy woman'
auffrage bill to tha head of the sifting file
was made by the author this morning in
the house, but was defeated, 44 to 41. The
debate upon the advancement of the bill to
a more favorable position was tha occasion
for considerable trlvolous debate among
members and most of tha authors who
have written since Homer were quoted for
and against the principle. ,
Two Bills lp la Sraate.
Tha senate spent most of the morning In
consideration of one or two bills. The
measure by Bmlth 'of Fillmore allowing
farmers to. Cultivate tha unused portions
of public roads Was put on third reading
and the Bklles bill for a commission form
of government, thi commission form meas
ure which was backed by the Nebraska
league of Municipalities was Indefinitely
postponed to make way for tha Banning
APPROPRIATION DILLS Rl SHED
State School fur Daf at Omaha
Cornea la for Consideration.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
14NCOLN, March 28 (Special. Bills en
third reading were considered In the house
today as follows:
H. R. 462, by Quackenbush, constitutional
amendment creating a state court of ap
peals to consist of three judges to be
elected by districts, providing for non
partisan electiun of state Judiciary and
also providing for election of supreme
cout Judge by districts, defeated, forty
eight ayes and forty-eight nays; required
SO votes to pans.
H. H 181. by McKlssick. tha general
county assessors' bill, passed, seventy-six
ayes and ten nays.
II. R. 88. by Ualley, $55,000 to build and
quip a south wing to the Kearney nor
mal, passed, atzty-two ayes and twenty
three nays, fifteen absentees; without tha
11. K. ill, by Oroasman, ij,)0 for con
struction of a water main for the School
for the Deaf at Omaha, passed, eighty
three ayes and ona nay; with emergency
H. R. 221, by Evans, appropriating 118,
uou for construction of a laundry at Hast
ings asylum, passed, seventy-eight ayea
and eleven nava; emergency.
H. H. 460, by Leldlgh, lt,000 for a heat
ing plant at the School lor the Blind at
Nebraska City, passed, eighty-six ayea and
two nays; emergency culuse.
11. R. 40, by Bushes and Harrington,
I.i,ou0 for weak school districts, parsed,
seventy-six ayes and sixteen nays. -
H. R. 1S3. by Metsger of Cas. 16.600 for
Improvements at state fluh hatcheries,
passed, elshiy-five ayes and five nays;
with emergency clause.
Report of Committee of th Whol.
In committee of tha whole th following
action was taken:
II. R. 131 Th Matrau board of control
bill. Action reconsidered, rules suspended
and bill recommitted for aperlflo amend
ment. Ordered engrossed for third reading.
H. R. IN, by Lawrence Appropriating
1190,000 fur the purchase of the Fremont
Normal for a state Institution To pass.
li. R. BOS, by Holmes Appropriating Xt3.
0OU for purchase of land near school for
Assurance that they are going
to receive th full value of thir
money, and not b glveu an Infer
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They do not always revolt it,
unless they go to a reliable dealer,
where they may rst satisfied, b-
merchant, that they will receive
a suuar deal. This store has been
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I I r f
styles, anording an
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girls and misses.
Handsomelr Trimmed Hsts
many from New York's best
experts In Juvenile headwear,
others gotten up by our own
trimmers strong values
from 92.75 to .73
New Auto Hats. In soft braids,
very popular, at $:.ftO
able straws. ,
In new fashlon
.$1.00 to $9.75
Jaunty Caps for boys coverts,
serges and broadcloths
at $1.00 and 30c
Write for Illustrated catalog a
copy la Juat off the press for you.
deaf and dumb at Omaha. To be engrosiml
for third reading with amount cut down
to $12,M)u for a ten-acre purchawe.
II. K. 646, by Kager Amendments to the
Lincoln city charter. Recommended to
standing . committee reports were:
8 F. 93, by Tanner-ProvMea for changej
and amendments to South Omaha chartar
a. F. 379, by Wilcox For a special tax
on lands and drainage districts to pay the
cos tof clearing ditches. To pass.
a F. by Seileck-Perm.ttlng the city
of Lincoln to appropriate money to aid the
state in Completing the Lincoln statue To
8. F. SO, by Horton Gives owners of prop
erty shutting on Improved streets In cities
of the second class ten years to pay f jr
Improvements. To pass.
8. F. K2, by Talcott-Authorlslng cities
of lees than 6,000 to sell real estate tbey
may have acquired. To pass.
8. F. 363. by Tanner permitting th
Omaha Water board to sell water to other
municipalities. To pass.
8. F. 216, by Reagan-Providing for fire
escapes on buildings over three stories
high. To pass. v
(ESATK PASSKS OMAHA CHARTER
Baanlngr Commission Form BUI I
Kummsdrd to Pass.
. (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. March 28. (Special Tel
egram. At the afternoon session today th
senat passed H. R. 61, th Omaha charter
bill, as amended.
In committee of th whole th following
bills were recommended to pass:
8. F. 842, by Hanln-Commtssion form
of government bill as amended.
S. F. 236, by Judiolary Committee Chang
ing feea of court report.
8. F. 2U9, by Kemp Changing fees of
S. F. S35. by Varner Chanslna- data of
annual school meetings.
m. t: 3M, by Keagan Allowing the mak
ing of court records by photographic pro
cesses. S. F. 226, by Selleck Allowing counties
and cities to work together In paving and
grading Important roads.
8. F 314. by Banning Fixing a scale for
the salaries of county attorneys.
8. F. 18L by Cox of Kearney Arranging
method of procuring a marriagre license.
Father Charged with
Arthur Skells of Mitchell, S. D., Put
Babe in Telescope and Left it tt
Door of Salvation Army.
Mitchell, 8. D March 28. (Special)
Charged with the abandonment of his child
Arthur Skells was this afternoon brought
Into justice court for an examination and he
was bound over to the term of circuit
court under bonds of 11,000. Skells Is a
bookkeeper In this city and is married!
Sunday morning his wife gave birth to a
bahy, but they did not desire to keep it.
Skells wrapped it up In some clothe and
plaoed It in a telescope grip. Cutting a
small hole for ventilation, he then took
It over to th city ball and deposited It
in front of tha door of th Salvation Army
Th telescope was found at 9 o'clock ill
the evening by tha captain, and on open
ing It th little baby was discovered. Pin
ned to It was a note stating that It be
longed to a poor girl,.' who was unable to
car fgr It, and that she was going; to leave
Mitchell forever that flight. .'She requested
that th baby be Bent to the Children'
borne at Sioux Falls, and enclosed all th
money she had, tl.44 to pay the expense.
Th baby was turned over to Chief
Shade, who took it to bis bom. Th
chief of polio started an investigation and
learning that a baby was born In th
Skells household mad soma Inquiries of
him, but ' he denied th fact he was th
father of a child as yet.' When told that
the baby was dead h oonfeased to have
left th child tber. It la possible that th
baby will be returned to th parents as
they have expressed a deslr to keep it
"LET YOUR WOMEN KEEP
SILENCE INJHE CHURCHES"
Bishop Dosst Qaotes Passaae la fle
faaal to Permit Mr. Granals to
Iseak la CvtajefraJ.
ALBANY, N. T March U Bishop Will
iam Cromwell Doane has refused to permit
Mrs. Elisabeth B. Grannie, president of th
National League for the Promotion of
Purity to apeak In All Saints cathedral at
th convention of th Purity league which
was to have been held her today.
In refusing Mrs. Orannls permission to
speak Bishop Doane quoted from th Bible,
first Corinthians, 14-J4: "Let your women
keep silence In th churches; for it la not
permitted unto them to speak."
Th meeting of th league will be held
In New York, where Mrs Orannls will ad
C. J. Ha nta I Struck fey Trala.
ST. PAUL, Neb., March Spclal.
Aa almost fatal accident occurred late
yesterday afternoon while C J. HumpaJ
was returning during th snowstorm from
Iloelus In a railway motorcycle. He was
running against th fierce wind, which
perfectly blinded him. when h waa struck
by an utgolng apaclal train, but fortu
nately la such a manner that his body was
thrown clear of th track. Mr. Hum pa!
was unconscious for soma Urn and did
not reach horn In this city until four
hours after th accident and was In a
dased condition without any memory of
in aetails of th accident It la expected
that ao permanent Injury will reault to th
Piles Carts la to 14 Day.
Your druggist wtil refund money If Pas
Ointment fall to cure any case of Itrblna
Blind. H!eding or Protruding piles lo t lo
14 days, sue
-vTaN r 1 ff i,
MINE MATTERS UP TO SOLONS
Iowa House Fasiei Bill Requiring
Worken to Have Certificates.
SENATE TAKES UP CLARKSOlf BELL
First Steal Toward Kleetlaa of State
Printer Take by Itesnlotlon
Look In a; to Jnlat Session
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DKS MOINKS. March 2S.-4Sn.-cia! Tele
gram.) The legislature devoted Itself to
day largely to bills relating to mtnlna.
The house I assed the Hlckflooper bill,
which provides that all miners entering
the state hereafter must have a certificate
by the Mine board showing thMr com
petency as miners. The purpose Is to Shut
out a flood of foreigners who are said to
be filling the mines to the danger of th
entire mining population.
The senate considered all day the Clark
son bill, which contemplates complete re
vision of th mine laws of the state, but
did nt reach a vote.
The" senate today voted, 22 to 13, to order
the committee on suppression of Intem
perance to report with or without recom
mendation the five-mile limit bill, which
has been some time In the possession ot
the committee without action.
The senate took the first step today to
the election of a state printer and binder
by a resolution looking to a joint session
for such eltctlon on April 6.
The senate committee on judiciary re
ported favorably and will naas the house
bill to require notice to creditors by owners
of stocks of goods before their sale shall
PEACE WILL COME
(Continued from First Page.)
dure foreign countries to reorganise the
belllRerency of th Insurrectos, It Is stated.
Dispatches from Chihuahua City today
say General Rabaco with 1,100 federal
troops has reached the city, after having
been on th march from Juares sine
February 24. Babago went south to repair
the burned bridges of ths Mexican
National railroad. Most of th bridge have
been burned again behind him.
Chihuahua City la now said to be wall
fortified and commanded by 1.500 federals.
It is reported a detachment of federals
soon will be started northward to find
and engage Madero.
Will Cat Off Fael Sapply.
Advices received her today are to th ef
fect that th Insurrectos' plan to destroy th
railroad bridges south ot San Luis Potosi
and prevent fuel oil shipments hav bean
discovered. This would have tied up th
Mexican National railway system and
many industrial enterprises In Mexico, as
most of Mexico's oil comes from the Kbano
fields south of Ban Luis Potost.
The closing of a mining company's plant
at Teplc, capital of the stat of Tepic, has
thrown thousands out of work and Is caus
ing riots. Many of th men. It Is feared,
will join the Insurrectos.
Federal Official Slata.
Mall advices from Alamos, Sonora, con
firm the report that revolutionists led by
Loya slaughtered every federal official of
th town of Ouasaparas, near th Sonora
line in Chihuahua, whan they took the
town. All were placed in jail and shot A
young: telegraph operator alon escaped.
He fall with th others beneath th dead
and crawled out twelve hours later alive
and mad his way barefooted to Chlnlpas,
forty miles away,
laaarvewto Badly Defeated.
CANANKA, Mex., March 28,-Offlclal
government reports have reached Can ansa
of an overwhelming rebel defeat near Urea
a few miles northwest til Hermoalllo, th
capital of Sonora, yesterday morning. Th
rebels are said to have lost seventy killed
and more than 100 wounded. The federal
loss is given as sixteen dead and twenty
wounded. The fight lasted from a. n.
until 7 p. m.
The official dispatch adds that 200 rebels
are now surrounded at Hacienda San
General Juan Cabral, the rebel leader,
commanded 900 men at Ures. Th federals,
in three columns under Generals Ogeda,
Barron and Chlapa, attacked Cabral from
three sides. No account of th battle,
other than the official dispatches, hav
Aatnrloaa socialist Baccate.
MEX1CAL1, March 8. A fugitive f.-om
th fight at Alamo, which ooourred on th
22nd, reached MexlcaU today with tb
Startling Information that Simon Berthold,
th -.American socialist insurgent leader,
was wounded In the lung at . tb battle,
taken prisoner and. executed three day
later at Ensenada.
Seven rebels in all. It Is reported, were
captured by th federals at Alamo and ex
ecuted at Ensenada. Gloom pervades th
rebel camp. According to information
which has leaked oat General Leyva lost
twenty men In the recent attack on Tacat.
General Leyva began his retreat from
Tecat at S o'clock last Wednesday morn
ing when his ammunition became ex
hausted. Leyva retired at full speed on
horseback, leaving his foot soldiers to
their fat. Only th reluctance of th fed
eral troops in leaving their entrenched po
sitions saved th rebels from utter rout.
Dla-aowltty Not Kxecatod.
WASHINGTON, March 21. Further evi
dence that John Hamilton Dlnowltty, an
Muayoa's Cold Reese it y Relieves tb
bead, throat and lungs almost iniaiedlate
It. Cheeks rerere, stvs Dlschsrge of
the boss, takes away all aches sad pales
caused by colds. It cures Oiip snd c-
tluat Cengtia aad pretest Poeuoieata.
Writ Prof. Muoyoa, t.lrd aad JeDetao
Bis.. Phils., ! for medical adrtc ab
LoiznUSuo Drozzzo Quinine
vtza rug MMtfJv mvtn r ovm a oolb im mux oat.
jViways rexneaaber the loll same.
tor Ukis tig-nature as erary box.
AmerlrAn rltlren recently reported as hav
ing been executed by the federal forces of
Mexico, is well Hnd unharmed, was received
by the state Oepartment today. I'nlted
States Consul Letcher telegraphed today
from Chihuahua that the American con
sular agent at Parral had Wen Informed
by the brother of Dlgnowltty that the lat
ter was living near Parral and was safe.
PINKERTONS ON OOHN MURDER
(Continued from First Page.)
arrests of suspicious characters may bo
expected any time.
Henry Mlgnery and' John Lahey, ar
rested at the end of the bloodhoQnd chase
to 1-al'lntte, were released at t o'clock
Monday night. Fred Webster and Harry
Mller, arrested at Plattsmouth, have alwo
rained their liberty on alibis.
The theory that the murderers of Herman
B. Cohn are amateur holdup men Is
strengthened by information given to the
police by Charles Krelle, 1623 Dorcas street.
About six week ago Krelle was held up at
Seventeenth and Jones streets, and he Is
positive that the revolver used on him Is
the same ono used in the Cohn murder.
are He Knows the Vis.
Krelle la able to Identify the weapon
now In the hands of the police, for the
reason that the trigger spring Is broken
and It Is necessary to pull back the hammer
with the thumb In order to fire It. Krelle,
who waa calm during the time he was held
up, noticed particularly that the thug In
possession of the revolver held his thumb
over the hammer. He has seen the weapon
at the police station and says that he is
sure that it is tha same one used on him.
The facta that have thus far come to
light bear out the theory that the hleh
waymen did not Intend to kill Cohn, but
that the hammer got away from the on
Who held It.
Krelle believes that the men who held
htm up were amateurs, judging from the
manner In which they went about their
work. They were young fellows, appar
ently 21 or 24 years of age. One was about
five feet six Inches tall, weighing probably
U6 pounds. He wore a dark, knee-length
overcoat and a black slouch hat. The
other man was about two Inches taller,
and of mora slender build. He wore a
light overcoat and a light telescope hat.
U EH MAN B. COHX IS BIRIED
Fwaeral of Basinea Maw Mardered by
Robber Held at Home.
Indicative of the esteem In which he
waa held In life, the funeral of Herman
B. Cohn, held Tuesday morning-, waa at
tended by men and women from every
rank of life.
Those present at the home, 116 South
Thirty-second avenue, at the service,
numbered Into the hundreds, completely
filling the big rooms on the first floor, and
many stood on the pornh throughout the
Rabbi Frederick Cohn conduoted the
services and concluded them with a few
words on the life and oharaoter of Mr.
Only the Immediate family and relatives
and a few close friends of Herman Cohn
accompanied th body to th Pleasant Hill
cemetery, where burial service was read
by Rabbi Cohn and the body laid to rest
April's birth Stone
Most precious of all gems, t,he dia
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a rare ss
lortu ent of
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