Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 25, 1911, NEWS SECTION, Page 2, Image 2
TTIE r.EK; OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1911. tin of tha V tilng In Col j nion aclflo mbus. Arrive. . 1 ..0 a. m. 4j a ni. 1 a. m. in Art a. r.. 10 35 a. m. 1 1.10 a. m. 12 4 p. m. 1.00 p. m. 1 4 p. m. J 45 p. m. p. m. Iti p. m. 4 2 p. m. 6.1 p. m. I SO p. m. ) p. m. 7.00 p. m. Iava. IS a. m. 1 M a. m. ii a. m. 10 w a. m. 10 45 a. m. 11.25 a- m. 'i'io p.'m. 2 iO p. m. t W p. m. SS p. m. 4 10 p. m. 4 5S p. m. t 90 p. m. r p. m. 40 p. m. 10.00 p. m. nn City oojtvuie ...... oMMt ..... N-ni'"kfft 'oul 'fasanton IHomu J'nncbro .... St. laul t Libory (Ortnd Inland). Chivpman Central City.... (larks Bllver CreaK... ttincn Columbus Governor Wilson in the Twin Cities Chief Executive of New Jersey it tha ' Ouest of St Paul and Minneap olii Organization!. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. May M.-Gorsr-por Woodrow WUon of New Jersey ar rived here today from the went and will ' ipid two dftye In this city and St. Paul. After a breakfaat at th Minneapolis club and an Informal reception. Governor Wil ton ws taken In hand by a committee from the Minneapolis Publicity club and t a noonday luncheon under the auaplcea 6f the club at the Wet hotel, the governor poke on business and polities'." - This afternoon Governor Wilson will be turned over to a committee from the St. radl Association of Commerce and will be taken to the state eapltol of St Paul, where a public reception will be tendered him. Thle evening, he will speak at a din ner given trt St. Paul by the Association of Commerce. M'NENY SAYS GOV. WILSON IS MUCH TOO POPUUSTIC Filth District Politician Dislikes Doctrine that ts Beta spread fcr Jersey Mam. (Prom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, May i.-(Speelal. Bernard 5. McNeny.. Fifth district democrats pol itician, and well konwn western Nebraska lawyer, who has been In the city the last thres days, asserts that Woodrow Wilson Is, preaching a doctrine which tends too mich of populism to meet with tha ap- ' Vl ot ,he buIk of nUl Party- " coure It is -.:.'odernlsed popullstlo standee Is taking, but Just the same tha tendency of the times is for the democrats of this stats to drift toward the Cleveland brand of democracy," the Red Cloud man said. Fur ther Mr. McNeny declared that It was his belief that this state would swing Into the column for Harmon of Ohio, due to his ln tereat in tariff issues, a thing which he asserts Nebraskans are beginning to view through different glasses than they hava for the last two or threa years. CLAY BARls FOR EPPERSON Candidacy of rormer Saprems Court Commissioner for Jade Started ' I r rrleads. ' CLAT CENTER, Neb., May 4.--Spe-clal.)-At a meeting of the Clay County Bar association held today the candidacy f A. C. Epperson of this city for supreme judge was unanimously endorsed. Reso lution! reciting his fitness for tha position by reason of Jis former connection with the court a commissioner and his many years of honorable practice In this county were passed. Ha will probably file within the next week. Mr. Epperson was appointed a court ortytilsslonsr January , t, taking Judge Itton's place, and remained in that posi tion until the commissioner wera super cede 4 by tha judges In 1909. ' Fall from Hoof Fatal. ' AtTRORA. Neb., flay M.-XSpecIal Tele gram.) Albert W. Lane while at work tear ing down an old Ice house In East Aurora fell from tha roof about thirty-five feet above the ground and suffered Injuries which resulted in his death last evening. The accident happened about I o'clock yes terday afternoon. The deceased was about it years of age and unmarried, v Farmer Iajarod oy Fall. WATERLOO, Neb., May K (Special Tel egram.) Thomas Larson. , a prominent farmer three miles southwest of Waterloo, fair thirty feet from a tree today and was seriously Injured. He had cut a large oot tnnwand and In falltna- It lodsed In an other. Larson was trying to dlalodga tha tree when In soma way ho lost his footing and fell. Ha baa been unconscious sine the accident. i MARTIN T0J3IVE ADDRESS oath Dakota) CoBsTressaaaa to I peak at the Battle Maaatata ' Saaltarlaaa. HOt BP RINGS, 8. XX, May M.-(Speclal.j Congressman Rben W. Martin will de liver the Memorial day address at the Battle Mountain sanitarium here where tnv exerclses will be held by officers and vet erans of the national home In honor of their departed dead. March will be made to the cemetery of the home, where about sixty battle-scarred veterans hava been laid since tha home was started four year ago. after which Mr. Martin will speak. the selection of Congressman Martin for this honor 1 especially fitting for It was through bis efforts that Jhla was selected . -ef,il the available sites, for th location of this tr.flPO.OoO Institution for the car of disabled volunteer soldier. Thousands of ttwrisu visit this bom every season, it being on of the show places of th state. LOWER PRICE FOR STEEL BARS aUBuWUUU Riaof that Coaierenco ta Now York Will Make Cat at Desaaad of Jobbers. NKW TORK. May 24--A cut In th prlc of steel bar I Imminent according- to the report current today In th financial dis trict. It la understood a meeting will be Wd at which the eoni'erec will Include th United State Steel corporation and a ' number of so-called "Independents" among them the Republic Iron and Steel company. Cambria Steel company. Jones dt Laughitn Co. and th Pennsylvania Steel company. " Th privilege price for steel bar Is 11 44 per 100 pounds at Pittsburg and a out of t or M eenta per 10 pound i demanded by Jobbers. FATAL DUEL WITH KNIVES , .last tee ( Poaeo Ftaat Hear Ckarlestaa, W. Vs. CHARLESTON. W. Va., May tt-In tha preaeae ot member of then respective families, two well known resident ot Ran dolph county today fought a duel with knives,' which resulted In va ot th com bataliU being killed and th other prob ably fatally stabbed. Jams r. ' Herron, superintendent of a Sunday school In th baralet. near which the tragedy ooeuned 1 dead, whll bis antagonist. Momer Highland, a Juatlo ot th peace, I not azpeoted to recover. Herron la survived by thirteen children. Tbe aua at th trouble Is not kaowa. tm it tt tha mln iulil ipnd the v Thurtxiey. May HIKES ATTACKS NEWSPAPERS President of Lumber Association Makes Annual Address. EE DENIES ALL CHARGES Say a President Tart's Reciprocity Aarreemeat Is aa lasldloas Dis crimination Aa-alast Lam bcr Industry. .. CHICAGO. May 24 Edward Hlnes, named before the Holm legislative commit tee In connection with the collection of an alleged 1100.000 fund to elect United State Penatnr William Lorimer, today took occa sion before reading his annual address to the National Lumber Manufacturers' asso ciation, of which he I president, to defend his acts and to flay Ms accusers. Followlt an all-night session the board of govenfc-s of th National Lumber Man ufacturers aso!lstlon adopted a resolu tion expressing confidence In President Illnes which was adopted by th associa tion Immediately after th president's ad dress. In his address Mr. Hlnes said In part: "I deem It proper at th outset to eay a word respecting certain charge that have been made against - me, and la some In stances against th lumber Interest In re lation to national affairs. Demies AI Chara-es. "I absolutely deny these charges, t am absolutely Innocent ot any wrongful acts In these matter. I have no apology to make for my conduct aa an Individual or as an officer of the association, or any other association which has honored me with its confidence) nor have you or any other factor of th lumber Industry any apology to make for its conduct and atti tude toward national affairs. "So far as I personally am eoncerned,' at the proper time and by th proper proced ure I shall vindicate myself and confound my traducer before a tribunal that will not be a grotesque travesty on law and justice a mere tool of politics and th sub servient organ Of Unfair and unscrupulous journalism. I shall not only welcome, but I shall In slst on and secure th fullest Investigation as to my action In these matter, where th sanction of th law will bring out th truth and expose the falsehood, . Attack Newspaper aad Tuft. What I have don In behalf ot th lum ber Industry la my own and in your be half, and what you have don in co-operation, with me, ha been done openly and legitimately." - Hen then attacked newspaper, asserting they were foremost of tbosa who besieged representative of people for special priv ilege. Plunging Into nil annual address, after applause or hi opening remarks, Presi dent Hlnes attacked President Taft reci procity plan, aaylng :.- "A year ago at the New Orleans meeting I congratulated you on what I thought was a satisfactory ending of th tariff campaign, yet new we find ourselves again In a renewed campaign of the same sort. Again lumber I asked largely to bear the burden of what 1 called tariff revision. This Urn it sasumeS th old guise of reciprocity with Canada and, obeying the mandate of th association, w have been making a fight against tha Insidious dis crimination with which It proposed w shall b treated.' Chinese Doctor to Marry White Girl Miss Elisabeth Wood of Kansas City tj Become- Bride- of Graduate of IHedioal School. KANSAS CITY, Mo.. May I. -Dr. Lew Chee, who graduated a few day ago from tbe University Medical college here, with high honor, will marry Miss KUsabeth Wood. IS year old, daughter of a local contractor, a sister of tbe girl announced today. After their marriage which 1 to take place in th tall, Dr. Chs and his bride will go to China, where th physician will praottca hi profession. Dr. Chee. who 1 M year old, was for merly a student at th University ot Chicago. Trial of Dr. Kelly is Postponed Council Bluffs Physician Charged with Two Maiden in Dei Moines is Given Continuance. DE8 MOINES. May M. Dr. Harry D. Kelly of Counoil Bluffs, charged with kill ing Deputy Sheriff Clarenoe Weolman ot Council Bluff and Edmund Starling of Dee Moines in this City several weeks ago, Obtained a continuance ot hi cas until th September term of th district court today. Th defens Showed It was lmpos Ibl to get witness into eovrt at this time. NEW BUILDINGS AT ABERDEEN Passeac Stattea, Hick tcbool sal Harvester Offleo Will Cost Koar Raadrod Tkoaaaad Pellere, ABERDEEN. 8. D.. May 4.-8pecisJ.-plsns hav been decided upon for th new Milwaukee station which will replace the on burned several month ago. Th new structure will occupy an entire block The cost wilt be in th neighborhood .of tlW,O0O and It will b on of th hand omet paseenger station between Chicago and the Pacific coast termini of th road, Work will be a'arted soon on an 233,000 building for th Internationa) Harvester company' headquarter at Aberdeen and the new ll5o,& high school building will b completed In time or th opening of achool next fall, these thrt building rep resenting a cost ef nearly ll&O.OOQi STORY OF LYNCHING A FAKE Mayor of Blaetlelda, IV. Va-, Saye There Neve lias Bn Aay Bfok Vloieuoo ta C'.tr. BLUEPTELD. W. Va. May Si-Indignant at th publlcattiio In certain paper of an absolutely "fakei" atorr that a man b4 bn lynched V a ehureh cross here several djs ago. Mayor Blowers and Chief ef Police ostlthwlt today Is sued the following statement: "Th publication purporting to be an account of a lynching of a maa by bang' tng to th spire of a eherek la mad out ot tl.e whole cloth- There baa been ao fatal Shooting br la six years and aever la th history ot the cjty ha there been a mob," . A movement 1 a foot to bring cult for libel against paper that published the false report. Stork U Basy Bird. COLOMK, a D.. May i (Special.) Tbe stork Saturday morning established a new record for this part ot th country, when he called oa three households at practically th same hour. Dr. Kimball was kept very busy following th trail at th bird. All th work' pasaeagara war girl. Chief Taft Feeds Elephants at Zoo With Glee of Boy President Shakes Hands with Monkeys and Otherwise Disports Himself in Bronx Trip. NtW YORK, May U President Taft was whisked bark Into Mbyland today. He motored out to the Bronx boo. Inspected more than half the animals, shook band with the monkeys, fed th elephant and the two-horned rhinoceros and watched the keepers feed the biggest python ' in captivity. He was hsppy as a youngster until th last cage bad been Inspected. Senator Bacon of Georgia, Major Butt, Henry W. Taft, Attorney General Wlcker aham and John Hay Hammond mad up th party. They went direct to th ad ministration building where President Taft gased long at the head of a white rhinoc eros that Colonel Roosevelt shot in Africa. The president smiled broadly wben told that two monster elephant tusks on the wall were smuggled Into the country. " Next the president went to the monkey house. He was especially Interested In "Susie" and "Baldy," two particular pets. After the monkeys the president wanted antic for several minutes, a keeper opened the door and "Susie" and "Baldy" were presented In due fashion to the president. "Hello, Baldy," said the president, the monkey reached out his hairy paw. "I'm glad to meet you." Baldy acknowledged th honor of being the first monkey to meet a president by a respectful nod of his head. After the monkeys the persident wanted to see the lioness , that "Buffalo" Jonos lassoed In Africa. The president knows "Buffalo" but thought more highly then ever of his prowess after a keeper bad jabbed the lioness with a sUck and he had heard her roars. It was with the elephant ttjat th presi dent felt really at home. Keeper Palmer brought a bag of sugar and the presi dent stood close to the cage and al lowed the elephants to eat out of hi hand. Then the president was taken to see th reptile. Head Keeper Snyder showed him th python that eat a pig at on bit, stirred up tha rattlesnake until they bussed angrily and threw whit mice into th mongoose's . cage to how how that animal kills It prey. CITIES TO BLAME FOR FIRES W. L. Fisher, Secretary of Interior, Makes First Official Speech. BUILDING BEGULATIONS ABE P00B Better Codes aa Better Kaforooatoa. of Those Already Eaacted Ara Needed Governmeat Set ting- Good Example. NEW TORK. May tl-Walter L. Fisher. th new secretary ot the interior, deliv ered hi first official speech here today at th meting of th National Fir Pro tective association. Secretary Fisher s sub ject was "Fir Wast and It Remedy."' H declared that tha national government was trying to reduce this los by requiring fireproof material in the construction of Its buildings and making experiments to ascertain th best material to use. Neglect of the precautions, he said, was mainly tn fault of municipalities. Government statistics, he asserted, showed that th an. nual fire loss was one-half the values of th new building erected during the year. . If the government," said Secretary Fisher, "shoryld suddenly lay an annual tax of 12.61 on every man, woman and child tn th United State on a promts of (pending th money for some useful purpose, that promts would not avail against th storm of protest which would b aroused. Nevertheless a tax which in th aggregate amount to that, la being paid by th people of this country. It I the annual fire loss of th nation upon building and their content alone. Met only Is this property lose paid by our peo ple, out in addition, annually 1.600 persons giv up their Uvea and nearly 1000 ar In jured in fires. In no other civilised coun try are condition so bad." Turning to forest fires, th secretary aid; "Last year' record ta a bloody on. BeV- enty-slx maa employed by th national government lost their live In fighting forest fire la 1910. Nearly 1,000,000 aoroa ot national forest land were burned over." As remedies fgr existing condition In connection, with fir losses. Mr. Fisher pointed out th necessity of developing cheaper fireproof material and th ne cessity of better building code in cities and especially of a bettor enforcement ot code already enacted. NORRIS ON ROOT AMENDMENT Pabllaher' A stent Say It 1 lataaded to Frovoat C lease from Becom. lagr Operative. WASHINGTON. May 24-John N orris. representing th American Newspaper Pub- Ushers' association, was again before the senate finance committee In advocacy of the Canadian reciprocity bill today. ' Mr. Norrla declared that the Root amendment to th bill providing that the paper clauss of th measure should not be in force un til th president proclaim that wood, wood pulp and paper ar admitted from all part of Canada free of duty, would postpone In definitely th date ot application of the treaty. I Thst was what It was Intended to do, remarked Senator Stone. Mr. Karris claimed that th amendment Was Inconsistent with th purpose of the agreement. A a result of th high prioaa charged by th International Paper company, Mr. Norrt said that th largest user of news print paper in th country would hav to pay during th coming year STOO.OM mere than for several year past and another publisher about S50O.000 a year more. The present tariff, h declared, allowed the paper maker of the United Statee to maintain high price and keep Canadian paper out Alonso Aldrlctt of Beloit, Wis., a manu facturer of paper machines, pok In oppo sition t tha bill. Th committee then ad journed until tomorrow.' DARROW IN SAN FRANCISCO Attoraey for Mejfaaaara Con fere with Lak Loader Akaat Plaa tor the Defease. SAN FRANCISCO. May M.-Clarone C. Parrew of Chicago, retained by th Inter national Association of Structural Iron Workers of America to defend J. 3. Ho Nam ara and hi brother, J. B. MoKaoiara, arrived bar last night and want Into Im mediate eonferenoo with local labor lead er. Mr. Parrow refused to discuss ths dynamiting case or to outline the plan of th defense, declaring bis knowledge of the case waa oonfined t statements pub lished la th newspaper. II Indicated, however, that the preparation of ths .de fense probably would prove a lengthy task. Mr. Darrow expect to leav tor Los Angela Thursday LAURIER EXPLAINS TO ENGLISH Premier of Canada Scoffs at Idea of Annexation. GREAT BRITAIN BEF0BE AMERICA Dinar of Pilgrims' Society ta Les doa la Hoaor ot Coloalal Pre. ' snler Noteworthy for Plala apcakln;. LONDON. May 14. The dinner of the Pilgrim society tonight in honor ot the colonial premiers was hlstorio, because of th unexpected and ' noteworthy plain speaking by Sir Wilfrid Laurler, the premier of Canada. Sir Wilfrid, addressing an audience composed of many of the great men ot England, handled th an- r.exatlon question without gloves. He began by expressing amassment that during his thre days' stay in England h had heard so many people of standing vclotng doubtscimoernlng the design of th United SlXTe regarding Canada. He scoffed at the Idea of annexation being seriously considered on either side of the border. He expressed In warm terms his admiration for the people of th United States, but said, much he loved the American people, he loved Great Britain better. Canada in sharOig the continent with th United States, h said, had a double Interest In th treaty of arbitration be tween th United Statee and the United Kingdom and he exclaimed dramatically. "I thank God that th relation between th two people never wer so good as they are today." Th premier aroused enthusiasm when he said that Canada and the United States proposed to continue to show to th world two nations with th longest boundary, extending from ocean to ocean,' living In peace and njutual respect without a fortress, a soldier or a gun on either aid of that boundary. Aaglo-Anaerlcaa Relations Toplo. Th dinner was In contrast to the one beld at a former imperialistic conference, because that waa of purely British Im perialistic tone, whll Anglo-American re lation were almost th sol topic tonight. Lord Robert presided and welcomed the premier. Sir Edward Grey, th foreign secretary, proposed "Anglo-American arbitration," without adding anything significant to his former utterances on this subject. ' Defining th Monro doctrine a mean ing that no European nation should acquire more territory on the American continent, he added: "Our policy 1 in tuft accord with that doctrine." The American consul general, John L. Griffiths, responded. Ha said It Was a matter ot gratification to the 'American people when President Taft struck th highest moral not of hi generation and ho recalled with what ense of exultation they received Sir Edward Grey' reply. Th Imagination 1 profoundly stirred a w try to antlclpats th beneficent re mits which would tollow if England and America enter Into a covenant ot peace," he continued. Message from King. A message was ssnt to the king by th diner, and th secretary of th society, Harris Britain, read this reply: "Th king thanks th Pilgrim for their kind congratulation oh hi approaching coronation. H earnestly, hope that the high ideals which th -society ha in view may be completely realised. "KNOLLTfl. Ot th speakers th Canadian premier waa th most Impressive, because his sub ject had aroused Interest her. 1 Sir Wilfrid spok at length on th Immi gration of American to Canada. H said th majority of them took th oath of ailegianc to George V. ' They had found in Canada th aam opportunity and th sam freedom under th law which they had on th tbar side of th border. Moreover, they had found that democracy Under British mon archy waa not less than under a republic. II would hot say that som American dlo not covet the fair acre of . Canada, they would not be human If they did, net. If th United State . attempts to annex Canada, continued th premier. It wuld not b by fore of arms, but by education. In that . event Cauda would reply as Diogenes did to Alexander: "Stand out of my sun." Thar waa sun enough for both. Th last word of th Canadian premier wer almost drowned tn applause. "W believe." b said, "that th day will com ot an alllanc of all lands springing from England's loins, ensuring th peac ot the world forover." Women who bear children and re main healthy are those who prepare their systems lg advance of baby's coming. 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MJUDflEU) ncUUTOH CO., Aaaahv G Shctcctlfcmcf! AT rOUJTAIHS.MOTfLS.O ILSIwNCRg Got ta Original aad Genuine E30I1LIG'0 MALTED MILK 0Jifci&ts iJmitatjcrJ? The Food Drink for All Ajfes Ka MUX, sULT CIAM EXTKACT. U fOWUU Not in any Milk Trust tT Ituist on "HORLICK'S k . Take - koaae Lumber Companies Begin Their Defense Secretary Smith of Yellow Pine Asso ciation is Explaining; Curtail- ' ment of Production. ST. LOUIS. My M. -Lumber firm charged by the stste of Missouri with forming a trust In restraint of trade began their derense today In the hearing ot the state's ouster suit In progress here. George K. Smith, secretary ot th Tellow Pine Manufacturers' association: began the third day ot his testimony. One dt the first things brought out was tha tact that the report of a large lumber surplus, oh which the order to ourtall production In 1904 wss based, was "Inflated." "I have found out since," said Mr. Smith In reply to questions, "that there was not so large a surplus as was reported at the 1904 meeting. Since 1908 I hav mad a business of studying condition at th mills for myself and It would not be pos slbls for an Inflated report Ilk the one of 1904 to be acoepted by the assoclstlon." CARNEGIE SAILS FOR EUROPE Steel Kin Mill Testify Befor Hiw Committee la Aatnmn Gate gammoned (or Satarday. NKW TORK, May 4. Andrew Crne begins his annual vacation today. He sails this afternoon with Mrs. Carnerle and their daughter on the Oceanlo to spend the summer at Sklbo castle, Scotland. WASHINGTON, May .-It Was stated here today that Mr. Carnegie had sn un derstanding with the house committee In vestigating the Steel trust that h will not be called aa a witness until oms time in th autumn. John W. Gate ha been summoned to ap pear Saturday befor th hous "Steel trust" investigating committee to tell what he knows of th taking over of the Ten neeaee Coal & Iron Co. by th United State Steel corporation. Aato Itoad to Sylvan Lake. HOT SPRINGS. S. D., May Jt-Special. An automobile road from her to Bylvan Jake, a distance of thlrty-flv miles will be built early this summer by th com blned effort of th county authorities of Custer and Fall River countie. and th co-operation of local automobll owner. Th rout will be via Wind Cav and Cus ter, and passing through mountainous country will be one of the most attractive drive in the country. Th Key to th Situation Bee Want Ads. Coat and Pants to Order $20 A handsome line of Blue Serges. Plain and fancy. Tha nee&t bliadea of tans and some silver grayB are included in this sale. , - EVERY COAT ALPACA LINED. EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. -PERFECT IN FIT AND STYLE. MacCarthy-Wiloon Tailoring Co. B04-306 SOUTH 16TH STREET, May be depended upon to move your household gooda with the greatest saving in time the least apparent effort and the greatest ot care. Tney know their, work and do it well. , 'PHONE UM WHEN YOU MOVE WrSll be there promptly with courteous employee, big, clean padded vans, and all the eipected turmoil ot moving will he turned Into an orderly, quickly made move. GORDON FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE VAN CO. (Expressmen's Delivery Co.) 216 South Seventeenth Street, Ground floor Bo Bids'. lTth Street 8M. y hones i Pony. 394 1 lad. 1314 BIG EAGLE v BOOSTER CAEHilUAL 11 i 1 CIRCUS GROUNDS SJOTUAND PAUL STREETS ONE GOLID WEEK COMMEliCllIG ttOHDAY, JUNE 5TI1 Great Cosmopolitan Shows furnishes all attractions for the braeflt ot the Benson Building Fund. a i nn uyyiAluvJ 1-3 (UNDER MANAGEMENT OF h. r.i. 'garnet J Will Open Saturday Afternoon, May 27 Tho Ball Room in tho Now Pa vilion is the Finest in the West Rowing, Bathing, Bowling Other Amusements ADMISSION TO PARK FEEE AMES HEAD NOT YET SETTLED Prof. Herman Schneider of Cincinnati Hat Offer of Place. WILL LOOK OVER THE NEW FIELD Dr. Harry D. Kelly ot Coanrll Bluff. Will Not R Tried on Marder Chars: Until September Ter. (From a Staff Correspondent ) DE8 MOINKS, la- May 24.-(tipeclal Tel egramsInformation received here today Indicates that IV Is not yet settled who Is to become president of the state college at Ames. iTof. Herman Schneider of the Cincinnati university is reported to have under consideration a proposal to come to Iowa and take charge of th Institution at Ames and It Is expected that he w,ll make a visit to Iowa to look over the situ ation. He has stated thst ha will not de cide for some time yet whether he will ac cept. He is founder of a eo-educatlonal plan in Cincinnati which Is very popular. Officials aa Pallbearers. Slate officials acted as pall bearers for the funeral of the late Paul Gllllland or Mills county as he was taken to the tra n this morning to be taken home for burial. Kelly's Trial Tat Off. tr. Harry D. Kelly, the Council Bluffs physician accused of double murder, will not be tried until the September term of th district court. His hearing was post poned on the application ot hi attorney, who argued that he vuld not poslbly get tho evidence prepared for this term of court as all tha wltneses for the defense live 'In Council Bluffs or outside the state. McPherson Does Not Hole. Judge Smith McPherson adjourned court today without ruling whether three Judge shall hear the express rat injunction oases against th Stat Railroad commission.- He said he would announce his de cision later. OKLAHOMA BANK ROBBED Two Masked Men Hold I'b President . Cala at Albany aad Get Two Thousand. A LB ANT, Old., May 14. In broad day light the State Bank of Albany was robbed today by two masked men who entered the bank while President P. L. Cain was alone In the building and at th point of revol vers forced him to open th vault, and escaped with 12.000. Cain was left locked in the vault and when rescued an hour later was nearly suffocated. FIVE STEPS SOUTH OF FARNAM. w r?B&iri 1 n ni Hi ' a WALT .J AM isasssa WATCH rsxss. Jewelers buy WALTI I AM materials and watch parts for the repair of other watches. They appreciate the superiority of WALTHAM construction and workmanship. , "If Tim You (hmJ 9 Waltham" Send for Deerlptle Booklet wsfthsm Wrtck Ct. Wstthai. Msss. 0r. Lyon'o ( PERFECT Tooth Powder cleanses, preserves and beau tifies the teeth and imparts purity and fragrance to the breath. Mothers should teach the little ones its daily use. Graduation Gifts Only the best is good enough for the graduation gift. The many handsome gifts select ed at this house year after year is proof of their fitness for the graduation present. The qualities of beauty, dis tinction and true worth are combined in every gift selec tion at the Edholm store. There are many present sug gestions here that will please you and make an appropriate gift for the boy or girl grad uate. Don't Merely Buy Invest. Albert Edholm JEWELER Sixteenth and Harney . .Eat . Sundgrens Halted Milk Bread Children Need Healthy Energizing Food aialtad mik Bread fives ssst to th child' appetite because It I as near predlsested as It ts pos- slbl to mike bread and. It 1 I therefore sUj and quickly ss- Initiated and built Into nsw tla- . ues. ... It taste a food a It looks. Try It. 5 aad 10 par &of. ' SUNDGREN'S BAKERY Sst tb tabsls Thsy-rs Valuable , rao South Btb . FhonsSl Barns? 3531 In. A-1SS1T Krsh Every Day at four Grocer's. 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