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MADERO IS INAUGURATED
little General Takes Oath ts Presi
dent of Mexico.
DE LA BAEHA OFF FOR EUXOPE
former Provisional rrrsl.lrnt Has
Diplomatic Mlsslim lnsur.
rectos Act n Escort tor
Tholr t hief.
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 7. Officially the
period of revolution in Mtxko was
closed yesterday when Y. I. Madero
took the oath as president and u'aoeil
acroa tils breast th tri-color lnl
of the chief executive.
Thla afternoon the oath was admin
istered to the elfht member of his cab
inet. At the aame time Francisco Leon
de la Barra, who has governed the
country aa provisional president Rinre
the day General liai left the capital for
Europe, boarded a special for Vera Crua,
whence ho too will salt for Kurope,
but on a diplomatic mission.
A number of diplomats, including the
American ambassador, were at the
Tonight public buildings In front of
the national palace were brllliuntly illu
minated, as was aUo Han Francisco
tureei, over wnicn nacl been rrected a
aerlca of arches bearing electric lights.
The new president took no part in the
public, manifestations, but for many
hours huge crowds of his admirers
marched through the city bearing ban
ners and shouting vivas, drowning the
music of the many bands that Joined in
Escorted by Former He litis.
Although a holiday, there was no seri
ous disorder. The only feature of the
program which served as a reminder that
the inauguration of Matloro was the cul
mlnatlon of a revolution was the man
ner of his arrival at the chamber ot
deputies, where he took the oath of of
Xice. From his home to the chamber he
was eacorted by a detachment of former
revolutionists. In command was General
Ambrosia Flgueroa, now commander of
xurales In Morelos.
General Pascal Oroico, who was largoly
responsible for Madero'a success in Chi
huahua and at Juarez, also rode in this
detachment. Madero himself received
hut little more applause than did Orotco.
Though identical In form and wording,
the Inauguration of Madero was markedly
different from that which the public
mas accustomed to when General Dlai
was so mtiny times sworn Into office.
Within the chamber Madero Binlllngly
emphasised his appreciation of the plaud
its by waving his hand In contrast to the
dignified and somewhat cold manner usu
ally adopted by Diaz.
De la Barra's departure was the oc
casion for a manifestation as enthusiastic
If not so great as that extended Madero
at any time during the day. His passage
to the station could be traced by the
' flower-strewn streets and the passage
way about the train In the sheds was
carpeted with flowers, many bales of
which had been brought to the capital
Uils morning from Cordoba,
Expects to Restore Peace.
President Madero professes to have the
utmost confidence In his ability to re
store peace within a short time. He
does not believe that the counter revolu
tion which his secret service agents claim
lias been organized by Kmlllsno Vasquez
Gomes and others can even be Inaug
urated. He begin his administration ' with
dozens of prisoners In the Jails and If the
efforts of the police are rewarded there
will be many more within the next few
days. The Investigation of the plot con
tinued today, but without Important de
velopment. Th chief nrAhUma uUH w.hlnti lt.al-
dent Madero will have to deal Immedi
ately are the Zapata movement, the up-
. The most dangerous man or firm In
any community Is one that advertises to
cure or even lelieve, any chronic disease
In five minutes. Such relief can only
come from the use of strong drugs, nar
cotics that numb or paralyze the af
fllcted parts, and leave the patient In a
ten fold worse condition for having used
the dangerous and harmful "remedy."
In such allre.enta as dyspepsia, constl
patlon, Indigestion and kindred diseases
certain digestive agents are lacking or
weakened and the thing to do la to re
Inforce them; Bpruce-Peps'n Tablets
contain all of nature's own digestive
agents Is It strange that the result Is
always a sound, healthy stomach. Doc
tors advertising to perform miracles
(should be sh-inned as you would a pes
tllance, as they will only hypnotise you
and relieve you of your money, and then
leave you In a nervous, wrecked fctute,
.physically and mentally. As HI) per cent
of human aliments originate In the
stomach It Is Important that this useful
member be tuven at least an equal
chance with old nature to do Its best
and not be handlcaped by powerful,
harmful drugs (advertised to bring ie-
llef In five Minutea-X The wonderf.il
fcack to Nature remedy, gpruce-Pepsin
Tablets, while the greatest and most
beneficial preparation ever offered the
public, will not cure you in five min
utes, but will relieve you by digutlng
the food In the stomach, giving It abso
lute rest Instead of over-work and thus
oon regain Its power, this 1 the result
every time. They will In tine put you
In the best possible conditio;,, no matter
how long you have been troubled with
stomach ailments. They do not physic
and disturb the entire system, but gently
and positively correct the teat of trou
ble. This has been proven thousands of
times, an the thousands of testimonials
we have teutlfy. Bprucc-Pef sin Tablets,
as soon as tanen into the systom com
niencei a thorough, "house-cleaning" by
first digesting the food In the stomach,
preparing- it for the next meal, and o
on until the whole system Is corrected,
and rich, no blood flows through all
the veins, adding life and visor to the
patient, and bringing that greatest boon
to mankind, health. tipruce-HepsIn
Tablets are 'tot a poisonous drug con
coction, but (be natural remedy for all
stomach ailments, and that all may try
Its wonderful virtue, a tree sample will
be sent to anyone who will send nan e
and address to the Spruce Tablet Co.,
Heron l-ke. Minn. Knowing that Spruce
Pepsin Tablets will do all that we clMm
for them we want everyone suffering
from stomach trouble to try them at
our expense. Would we do this if we
did not know the value of Spruce-Pepsin
Tablets. No. we would do as many
other firms do, refuse to send am plea,
but advertise to give relief In five min
utes, or like some doctors do, advertise
to perform miracles. For stomal h
trouble there la bo remedy on earth that
half equals Spruee-1 opsin Ta! Lis, and I
we want to prove this M the thbukawla I
or people who read this paper; shall we
end you a free boxT Call en your
local druggist for regular sUed boae
... , .
rising In the Isthmus of Tehauntepeo,
whera the rebels yesterday were reported
to be In possession of four machine guns
taken from the federal garrison at Juihl
tan, and the turbulent conditions in the
state of Slnaloa.
The Zapata movement, he believes, will
cease of itself, now that he is president.
The Biraloa troubles, ho believes, will
disappear without drastic measures and
the Insurrection on the Isthmus he cen
sldrrc simple to suppress. Specials from
Cuatula tonight state that Zapata today
signified his Intention to surrender at
Thirty Killed by Vcd.rala.
CfATIA. Mexico. Nov C-Thlrty Za
patistas were killed today In an encounter
with federals who had been sent to da
lodge the rebels from the Haolenaa Colon
The federal loss Is not reported.
Yesterday the Zapatistas raided the
Interoceanlo railway station on the hucl-
em'.a, wounding the agent.
Kepurta reaching here from Ayala are
that Emlliano Zapata proposes to come
here tomorrow to surrender.
Niece of President
Emil Earling of the
RACINE, Wis., Nov. 7.-ine Earling,
daughter of Emll Karllng ot Milwaukee,
and niece of President Karllng of the
Chlcuco. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway,
eloped to Itaclne today with Adolph
Hoope of Milwaukee, to whom her en
gogement was recently announced. The
two came In an automobile accompanied
by a chaperone. The couple secured a
special dispensation and were married by
Ryan Gives Up Claim
on Controller Bay
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7.-RJchard S.
Ityan, alleged author of the famous
Dick-to-DIck letter" which started the
Controller bay Investigation during the
extra session of congress last summer,
today relinquished all cluim to the fifty
six-acre tract on Controller bay, Alaska,
known as the Canyon Creek lane termi
nal tract. Mr. Ryan is president of the
Controller Hallway and Navigation com
pany. The claim which he reiinquisnea
today lies between the claims of J. J.
Ryan and A. L. Scheuer, which, It is
conceded, were taken In the Interest of
the railway and navigation company of
which Mr, Ityan Is heud.
The law requires that between all
claims adjoining the waterfront eighty
rods shall be reserved for entry. Mr.
Ryan's claim occupied practically all ot
the eighty rods between the soldiers' ad
ditional homestead clulma of J. J. Hyau
and Scheuer. He contended that law
did not apply In hi case (because his
application was only
over the tract, not
for right of way
for absolute pos
Secretary Fisher Intimated very
strongly In a recent address that the
government would not take Mr. Ryan's
Interpretation of the law.
Woman Weds in East
CINCINNATI, O., .Nov. 7. (Special
Telegram) Taking their many friends
completely by surprise, Herman Stein,
atred IP, well known Cincinnati merchant.
and Miss Vera Stevenson, ased to, ot
Columbus, Neb., sl'.ppod over the river
today to Covington, Ky., and wore mur
r!d. They returusd tT Cincinnati shortly
after noon, and, with the assistance ol
the phoo. the bridegroom had several
ivf their friends Join them In a luncheon
at a downtown hotel. Thi oniu.incein.-nl
e the mar; lags was ofittda and the huppy
count (tie i xk. i n. ( iC n ut.;- cvn-
gtatuUtlv-na. Mian II: oven on vri i on a
vMl to Cl.-icinr.t: itud hgul Lnuura Mr,
Jrua fru ewno tide. Tby win uiako
Uuh' Iwiaa here.
Yields to Apoplexy
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-Prof. Wlllluin
C'allyham Itnbtusun, dean ot the Law
sotiool at the CuthullM University ot
Atr.atlcUi was strlvken wlUi it.'iopHxy to
night Bl his hums hora and dls.i almost
lr.im.'.!tttt!y, Ur, I'.ubli'.run. who v-,is "
yeiis ulc wus formerly detm ( the law
dipuiuuei'l of Yale university,
Line is Abandoned
HIT-! UNO TON. Jowa, Nov. 7.-The fro
portd t!iriiu:i strnnihout system for the
i'lto BnllU'l river, v. hli h v. us liitendud to
0ion S tcrtnannt Ssrvlie betwren St.
raill anil few Origins, lias beun absn
deri4, at least te(i.purar!l'. Ths Btrvktus
Btamboat tsmrany, Thlili this summer
startrd a tine ff tests Letwei Ht. IhiuIs
t,n& Jf--w Orltir.s tnd h'h eri'i-trj to
the thrvugli ruute. has alnC-iuta
U.s northern tlver terr!tur,
ROBBERS FAIL IN ATTEMPT
TO BLOW OPEN SAFE OF BANK
MITCHELLV1LI.E, la, Kor, T.-riob-Urs
ti-Caj ettettptod Ij blow open th
t(u (it h Miulm l villa hank, but Iht
vslus!on fa'lod to break the vault. Mur
securing f.W in small ehanita from t:,;
uueIi Crmver ths roWiifrs s;sie4.
, tilriK In ti.u i..r i i- .....t .. irk rat
mi.iit with li. JTins's Saw ;i:ovi'rv
lYeventa piu-.unii.nla. U, $1.W. Yut aaii
ly litaton Lrug Co.
DISCUSS COMPENSATION PLAN
Garrettion Objects to Compulsory
Feature in Behalf of Workmen.
LIBERAL PAYMENTS ADVOCATED
l.ee Says Most KniBloyes Want I holes
ot Aetloa at Un( bet that lllah
Compensation "Would Ob.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7-The employers
liability anil workmen's compensation
commission bill whs sharply criticised by
A. R Garrettson, president of the Order of
Hallway Conductors at today's meet
ing of the commission. Mr. Garrettson
took cseclal exception to the compulsory
feature ot the bill, 'saying that with a
small maximum payment for Injury and
a comparatively brief time ot payment,
the employ would desire the privilege of
"if." he said, "the common luw remedy
Is removed the aveiajre man will In
vest It with a value that It never pos
sessed." Mr. Garrettson contended for an ex
tension of the yea:s durtint which com
pensation shall be paid for Injury, say
ing that It the time were reasonably ex
tended a smaller purccnlaKo would be
"Won't you state In the publlo Inter
est what you think would bs an equitable
percentage?" aked Mr. Moon, of the
The witness denllnod.
"On most occasions when I've made
a holy show of myself," he said, "it has
been on an appeal In the Interest of the
He said he would huvn to consult with
others before making reply but said that
luter the commission would be given ex
plicit Information on this matter.
I.ee Endorses Plan.
W. a. I,e, president of the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen, endorsed the
commission's plan but admitted that most
of his associates wre opposed to the
compulsory system. LJke Mr. Garrett
son he wanted u high compensation, and
tn that event would have no objection to
the compulsory plan. He would have
payments for damages made on the dally
wage basis rather than on the average
Speaking for the Edison Ellctrlo light
company of New York, Arthur Williams
said his company follows a plan of com
pensutlon similar to that recommended
by the commission as a national meas'
ure and found it to be most satisfactory
"It insures better conduct and greater
allegiance," he said. The company pays
full compensation for loss ot time on
account of Injury. He told of one pro
vision of payment for forty-four years
to the widow of u young man, pro
vided she did not remarry.
"It's a long time to ask her to remain
a widow," commented Senator Suther
land, outsldo the record.
Timothy Healy, president of the In
ternational Brotherhood of Stationary
Firemen, expressed the hope that the
work of the commlBslon would take In
other Industries other than the railroads.
MaoVeagh Will Urge
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7.-A vigorous
appeal for Immediate banking and cur
rency reform legislation will be made
to congress at Its approaching session
by Becrotary of the Treasury MacVeagli.
He expressed tho confident DelHf today
that a financial law will be enacted, for,
he declared, "it will hurt any party tu
get In the way of having something
done, whether it be the regular or the
Insurgent republicans or the democrats."
Mr. MacVeagh endorsed the revised
Aldrlch plan of reform, and with some
modifications will recommend It to con
gress as a means of meeting the urgent
needs of tbt situation. He said he Re
lieved sentiment In favor of the Na
tional IlHserve association idea, the
dominant feature ot the Aldrlch nlan.
was growing throughout the country
Mr. MacVeagh declared he did not
approve of national banks, through the
medium of "securities companies," hold
ing stocks of other banks. This is the
principle Involved In the relationship of
the National City hank of New Tor
to the national company and In h
rciaiiunsnip i nanus ana trust com
panies In about (04 cases throughout the
BISHOPS ASSIGNED FOR
OKLAHOMA fITr, OKI,, Uor, 7,b!sh
ops of the Methudlst Kploofrpal church In
nil arts tf I lit: wvrld Were assigned to
preside over vonfcrthotN nt the vliurch
to bs held pent djirlna It this afternoon's
sea stun at the beard of bishop.
tCantas City Is to have two 0vhOmrv"?s
at ths same tlm. the feu, !otii confer
enrta moating tin th SllssuUrl side ot he
river fend the Kansas conference on the
Kansas aids, March 0. This, It Is said,
will bring together perhaps as great a
number of ministers ss has ever rm
blsd ot an annual vonferenss. The As
signments InoluUe 1
Ulst.op Nrvley, Louisiana conference.
Hlirovoport, l.u., January 17 Mexico son
ftiren- e, Mexluo City, February Hi,
Hilltop Nuelsun, L'yper Mississippi sort'
The Knox Recipe Booklet
''Dainty Omttrrll far Qaintjl r ")
r. SaCj.luTgT3 ,, youfl vvcm ,ue. It
H '.lUtfStM diueu IB thilf
proDcr colors, they
nouij e trvt4, and yga
will And ltlnbl. Wka
xudlsf (tic It, k Indly lv
yout r'' uu.
t.m wpi Ivi l tp.
CaarUs B. Kaoa Ce.
40 1) Knit Aw:
Joknstowa. N. Y
IHROrV YOUftTJiS AWAY
raUtarhsOce cured lo
. a tew days srlUtoot
iiotr iocs or time. No
y a UJ be accepted uo
1 Lha patltot is oared,
WrlUi or can,
ridslitr" Rupture Cere
k-. y. b.iM-uo.
frank H. Wrsj, M. 0.
j Hsiiaing, Osiaba
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TIIK DEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBER fl. 1!11.
ference, Corinth. Miss., January 17.
Northwest Kansas conference, Bullna,
Kan., March rA
Bishop Uuayle, Lincoln conference.
Oklahoma City, March 7: ft. I,oul con
ference. Kansas City, Mo., March 2";
Central Missouri conference, 81. Louis,
Mo., March 27.
Grumann Talks on
Prof. Paul A. Grunimann ot the I'nl
veralty of Nebraska told a large audience
ot society women, school teachers and
students at the Young Women's Chris
tian association Monday afternoon, the
folk tales of Thor, the most popular of
the. German gods the god of life, who
typified the tenacious, sturdy, uncultured
virtues ot the agricultural classes. I'roC.
Grummann told Interesting stories of the
way In which the dull Thor was forced
to reft on the god Lokl god of fire and
of mischief In many of his undertakings,
and of his contests with the giants.
The first half of the lecture was given
to German mythology; the last halt to
an Interpretation ot Wagner's "Tann
hausar." Visitors Inspect
New Guard Armory
The new armory. Twentloth and liar,
ney streets, was thrown open to visi
tors last night for the first smoker ot
tho winter season, given by local mem
bers of the Second regiment. Quite an
extensive program ef boxing, wrestling
and muslo was given. The Ruests of
honor were Adjutant General Phelps,
Major Penn and Captain Hall of Un
coln and Captain Abbott of Blulr.
During a recess In the program and at
the close ot the entertainment the visi
tors were escorted through the new
hall and shown all the new equipment
and furnishings. It Is the Intention of
the regiment to give a smoker once a
month during the winter.
There could be no better medicine than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My chil
dren were all sick with whooping cough.
One of them was In bed. had a high fever
and was coughing up blood. Our doctor
gave thorn Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and the first dose eased them, and three
bottle cured them," says Mrs. R, A. Don
aldson of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
At Fifty You May
Have Youthful Skin
(From Theatrical News.)
Several favorite actresses ot today are
matrons of fifty, yet their oomplsxluus
are like those of the debutanteyoung
nd ravtshlngly beautiful. Many of these
ava discovered In a plain mayatone lo
tion the tuuntain ot youth, and by mas
aging dally with this home-made toilet
they are enabled to keep their skins soft,
elvety and free from blemish or Una.
The mayntone lotion is prepared by
dissolving a small original package of
mayatone in a half-pint wltch-haiel.
'he constant use of this lotion gently
removes all Impurities and blemishes and
gives to the skin a rich tint and purity,
Massaging with the mayatone lotion will
discourage the growth ot ' fuss, or hair
nd keep the complexion fair and lovely
without the use of powder, Adv.
sirongiy in uviuencc m
Ma vcr Honorbilt Shoes, They f 'd
ll!" 1 t-
lues ana give uiu iuui a Miupviy
'm and stylish appearance, besides pro-
riAl lUn IV-f 4llrt it? -kt-vt-l!r
M able only in
Tho choicest stock Is used In Mayer Honorbilt
Shoes selected for its lightness, strength and
durability and made up over correct foot-
m m i -
II 1 X sole
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Best Sport News in The Bee
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M t ' W h i
Win. II. Itodoiniinn, Gen. Kali Agent,
m Xorlh Sixteenth Stioot.
for "Old Fashioned Laner Beer" filled the day received. Shipped everywhere,
and style arc
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wcarincr a ual-
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For Men, Women
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forra lasts of Uio latest
.stylo designs. Don t
j do sau&iicu wun or-
ainary snocs wnen
ot no greater cost &s
you can get tho sty- MM
w t i u a; in
USB Mayer iionoroiu
Shoes. Made in all sfvlcs
ana mm lor Men, wo- mn'i
at llr ' i
liim unit Wfttttai
lnMrkllt 1st Ktsj
layer ssrMIt fir fum
(Leae-in Ledr Ilrenrfl
Msnr StstrMlt tliMf St OVIUrM
(SfcM Merit BreniU
ure you r getting the genuine.
tbe Mayer Trsde Mark on the
Bold bi leading hoe dealers
yejrywntra your scaler win y
(tot supply you, writs to us. y,-$
W e. also maVe Mayer M
Maytr "Yerma" &yJi
Sill J 10 sTk
"Give xue aome Old FaK
ioned lger Hfcr."
It's iiard to get the genuine
eld Gcrmxn lager beer now
adays, but here it is snappy
rich and niello ,v Old Fash
ioned Lp.ger Bec
Oi.'d-:r a bottle pour it out,
cold and sparkling you'll be
surprised bow good it is. No
wonder! it's m?de in the real
rid Germrn way no other
bew ii more delicious.
Pint bottles only of clear
glaw, so you can see it'c clean
and pure; the red cr yellow
jvnpper keeps out the
preserving the snap and life.
Order a case sent home.
Douglas 1H8 Ind. A-2H8.
Save the Caps
frrm bottles of Old Fashioned
I,?.ger Beer, and exchange
them for valuable premiums.
Aek us for book of over 2,400
premiums it's free.
Cackley Brothers, Distributers.
One of these
Is yours if foil villi iccKio two
subscription to vrcekly
Tlll 8-HAY MISSION CLOCK
nf black flemished kiln
dried uak with laisud metal
numerals, larae brass piuttilum
illak ami oriiituiental side weights,
cup bell strikes the hulf hour
ami catnedral aons on the hum.
oilZlil 3imU, Is your at no cas.i
tut to you.
A Huperb Xmsi Gift
A l'erfoct Timekeeper
A hamUoiiie tihjeot f American
art, suitable tor the fineipt home
( we hear frunx you berure Nov.
lb this clork will be Shippeil IMC.
It. Mend us your name and ad
dress ami we will tell you what
to do, to set It, It la worth tint
wmrrs vovsaxT to
MISSION CLOCK DEPT.
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