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Boy ScontrMoTemeBt Founder to Dc-
lirer Two Addresses. ..
AT COMMZiCUL C1UB AT 1005
la tke AfterseM, at Tare O'clock,
, He Will Speak at Bard's Taea
ten Is imaruM ajr
Jesse K. H t,
Lieutenant General Sir 8. 8. Baden
TseeU, founder of the boy ectrut. move
ment, will be in Omaha for two addresses
today, one at the Commercial club at
ooa and on at the Boyd theater at J S
o'clock. -vVlta him 111 be James E.
West, chief executive of the Boy Scout
Frank Campbell, who among the boy
scouts ef Omaha ha patted the test
examinations la tfca Uieorr of scoutUw
and has bad toe most experience In the
field, will be special a-oa to Genera!
Powell during' Ms stay.
Lwaeavswa at Cessaerelal Clab.
General Powell and Mr.- West will be
tuatta of ta pobllc affairs committee of
the Commercial dub at a luncheon at
boob, at which time General Powell will
peak on "Scoutinc." Matthew A. Hall.
Tics consul at Omaha for Great Britain,
At the Boyd General Powell will ad
arB a. anoral pablio meettns. admis
sion free, on "Bcoutlm In War and
, Peace." Boy, o Mveotk ,nd eighth
Cranes of the pobllc aebools bare re
eahssa special Invltationa to attend.
General Powell M so weary of Banquets
that be has asked to he allowed to rest
la the STealneT, but a dinner will be riven
by the local boy scouts, council at the
.Rom hotel at I o' clock for Mr. West
It was intend ad to sand a company, of
ooubj to the station to meet the general,
but at bis request this will not be done.
British Army to
j Sum for Aeroplanes
! IXXN'DON', Feb. fT.-The "eatiroatee of
(expenditure ec the Brttiih army for ths
naaolal year ef lfij-u. Including both
effective and non-affective ssrvicea, ag
regates SUS.aoO.OOa,. or an Increase ef
.) otot those of the year UU-1L The
eatli-e tncnase b due to the proposed
'expenditure by the government on the
Vsvalopment of aviation In the British
army, as it is pnooaed to spend xoo,
tor aeroBlaaea atoner
Vlscount Haldsna. secretary of elate
ifor war, said a oomplele mlUtary arlaUon
lecnool wtu bo astaMlaheo) soon en Salis
bury plain, the treat maneuvering ground
of the army la England. -
Boy Scout Leaders Here
5EQRGE L M'DONOUGH
; WITH SOUTHERN PACIFIC
George I McDonough, for years colon
luUon agent for the Union Pacific, with
, leadquarters in Omaha, now holds a
similar position with ths Southern Pa
IBe land department at Los Angeles,
where he went some two months ago
whan he resigned with the Union Pa
The Southern Pacific is making a spe
cial effort to locate settlers la southern
California, and recently Mr. MtOonough
was Instrumental In selling a UftaVaere.
tract ef land near Mohave. While with
ths Union Pacific he made a specialty of
' locating Dunksra farmers In the weat
end middle west, snd he will continue
hit work among them tor ths Southern
Kay ta the auusuos Be Advertising.
m I "WiS
THBT WILL SPEAK IX OMAHA TWICE WEDKGSDAT. -CE.-J.
BADKN-POWELL, JAMES B. WEST,
.rounder. j Chief Executive In America.
THIEF MAKESA RICH HAUL
Diamonds and Other Jewelry Val
ued at 3,100 Are Stolen.
TAXIS FROM HAJULTOIf FLATS
Old aad New Apartaieat Haase
Theroeahly lasted la Bread ,
Dayllaht by a Bold
When M. W. Frsnks of the H mil ton
flats aross. yesterday and read the
glowing accounts. of the clever-work of
a burglar In the flats he went to see if
he hsd been victimised snd wss horrified
to discover that all the valuable jewels
owned by him and hla wife had been
taken, lie plaoed the value of the stolen
gems at Max Besides. Pranks' loaa dia
monds and Jewelry valued st more than
was stolen from the Old and New
Hamilton, Twenty-fourth and Karnam
streets, making a 'total of about R.IM
worth of valuables stolen.
SON OF NEW YORK INSURANCE
' MAGNATE IS MURDERED
NEW XORK, Feb. IT.-The police are
searching today for a ganc of holdup
men who will be charged with the mur
der of Irving Colson, sun of Augustus
Colson, vies president of tlie New York
Firs Insursnce company, and president of
the Empire City Firs Insurance com
pany. The elder Celsoa found the body ef his
son lying among the unidentified dead In
the morgue hut night. Ths young man
had been missing tines last Wednesday.
Ths police records ah.v ttat early
Thursday morning a patro'maa hird
t roe a coming from ' a doorway en
Forty-second street a fsw block from ths
Grand Central station, and found a young
man lying unconscious and breathing
heavily. His face was terribly bruised
and his skull to badlr'fraotured that he
died after " d hours In ths hos
pital. There was nothing In the pockets to as
sist an identification and ths affair wss
put down as a ganf fighters' row.
Yeiser Nails One
Campaign Lie With
a Round Expletive
John O. reiser brands aa a malicloua
misrepresentation the statement tiiat he
proffered a "prominent Taft editor of
the stste" money or financial asalitanre
It he would support Roorevctt. And while
he never had any money to offer Colonel
Tetser ssys he'll borrow foe to give to
ths man who ran produce such a letter.
"It's a lie." declare the 'Roose
velt champion. "I never offered any man
a cent, and what la more I never hsd
any money to offer. 4 wilt, however,
borrow M and give It to sny man who
will produce such a letter. I havs written
and mailed several thousand circulars
sent out under I -cent ttsmps snd paid It
sll myself. The segregate of all I havs
spent from the day I started la f 107. and
I have never enjoyed more the expendi
ture of any money all my life.
"Roosevelt's nomination will be a gift
and not a purchase so far a my work
Mayor of Berlin
BERLIN. Feb. 17. Dr. Ksrl Steiniger.
nntll now city chamberlain of Berlin, was
elected mayor of Greater Berlin today.
Or. Steiniger' election as first mayor
of Greater Berlin places him st ths head
of ths third against municipality in
the world, the only cities exceeding it In
stse being London and New York. 'The
population of ths city area la nearly
Under the new form of government the
city council will have control over mat
ters ef transportation, building plans and
the suburban lands for the purpose of
forming a permanent forest and meadow
girdle around the city.
The municipal council bj to consist of
10) members, about one-third of whom
are elected by the city Itself and the re
mainder by the suburban districts.
Dr. Steiniger wss selected from a list
of thirty eandldatss. .
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Were cured for aa little as fifty sent,
years ace, and that the trouble nsvsr
same book on them, while other admit
they took several buttles beters a steady
cur was brought about.' ,
The remedy referred to la Dr. Caldwell's
ftyrup Pepsin. It has been on the market
for ever a quarter of a century and has
bean popularised en Us merits, by on
Mrsen tslllosT another. Tbe feet that ha
strongest supporters are women- and elder
ly people the ones most perewtentiy con-
sttpated-enakea II certain that the shuma
irssarding it as a permanent cure for con
stipation have not been exaggerated.
It I not -violent like oatnarUa puis,
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out, griping and without shock te the
system. It contains tool nronertiaa that
atrensthen the sumach and bowel muscles
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and Mtaa Hachel Baoha Tror. lutvs. and
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the family from Infancy to old asm.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
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At" the Theaters
ATTRACTION! iw OMAHA.
a.m.riceat "The Keert of Marylaaa."
Braaaelai "The run Lady."
Mauasse today at the Asssrleaa,
sty, rog aad Orphsaas thsatera,
The reel treat of tit current 'season Is
Klsw at Krlanger's musical comedy, "The
Pink Lsdr." hers for a stay of one week
at the Rrandels theater. It seems sa if
everybody must know something about
"The Pink lay, but It naa to be seen
to be really appreciated, tor It sets s new
standard for Wght musical work In this
country snd elvrs every evidence upon
first acquaintance with Its alluring whols
why It has seen the sensation 01 (he de-
cads upon our stsge. ,
Miss Lan( Is showing ' remark able
strength in "The Heart oi Maryland" at
ths American this week. ihe has caught
ths spirit or alar) land Calvert exactly.
and make the warm-hearted Impulalve
gin nve tor tne auatence exactly as sns
must hare lived for the author. The
staging of the play I remarkably well
dons. . .
For four days and tw matinee stsrtlns-
Tnursuay nignt, reoruary an, "At Run
rise" will be the attraction at ths Boyd
theater. "At Bunrisc" is a military com
edy drama with a pretty love story run
ning throughout. Ths plot Is laid among
ths snow-capped mountains of Colorado,
It Is sn interesting human tale swift and
likeable with a natural sequence of dra
matic scene snd svents. There will be a
matinee on Saturday and eoe on etundar
"Let George Do It" comes to the Bran-
dels next Sunday matinee, with George
r. Murphy aa tne chlet funmaker. The
piece Is founded on cartoon by George
Mcaisnus ana M a mixture of mirth end
melody for the sole purpose -of cresting
laughter. A Mg singing company and a
chorua of pretty girls will render n doles
Loral playgoers havs heard so much
about Forbes-Robert son In "Ths Passing
of the Third Floor Back" during the last
year, since this play, was first seen In
New York direct from Its phenomenal
success on ths other aide that the great
Engllah actor will be received with no
ordinary interest on his vifit here, com
mencing next Monday. ' Several years
are likely to elapse before this popular
favorite appeara again, owing to the vast
territory be has to cover, which his re
tirement altogether from the stags. Is
probably not very tar off. '
William Cressy. who is at the Orpheum
this week, has written mors vaudeville
sketches than sny other playwright. He
Is the author of 1M acts, ail of which sr.
being produces. Mr. (Tessy and Blanche
Dayn have a repertoire of ten playlets,
presenting different ones in different
towns. "A Village Lawyer, ths produc
tion which they ar offering In Omaha,
le Mr. Creasy' favorite, for he say that
tt contain exactly the correct percentage
of humor and pathos, nr.- Creasy and
hla wife spent five months la Europe last
year touring ths principal countries In
their automobile. The last time they
played In Omaha they came all tbe way
from Denver In their machine.
Thursday night at the Gayety the man
agement will offer as a side attraction
The Turkey Trot." It will be In contest
form and open only to looal couples, who
fbould iwgistar at the box office at one
if desirous of competing for the csah
prises offered. The audience will he the
sole Judge as to who the winner are.
There will be nothing te offend es it Is
not the policy ef the Gayety te offer
earthing offensive. Friday night n rag
time plane playing contest will ho the
special feature, local players only being
permitted to compete- Liberal csah
prizes wftl be given. "The Queen of
Bohemia'' company la giving a ladles'
msnaie aatly. , 1
IDOL SHATTERED BY COLONEL
RooseTelt'. Ambition Harts Faith of
Friends in Hit Manliness. ,
TAFT ASKS FOB FAIR CAXPAIG5
President Kxarreeea Her that the
Cssvaea Will Be eadscied With.
' eat Perea-ialltlea, bat Heat
(From a Start Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Fo. K.-itipectal Tele
grsm. tiloora pervaded the cspitol today
ever the announcement of Colonel Roose
velt thsl he wss a csndldsts tor president
and be would slay a candidate until ths
Chicago convention had registered its
choice. Those who hsd believed In Roose
velt snd his truthfulness, In his manliness
and his courage, were In mourning ever
tbe colonel's etnnhatte declsrstlon thst
"his hat waa at the tinf to slay there
until the delegates to the national re
publican convention had rr filtered their
will by the selection ef a standard bearer.
"An Idol ha been shattered," aahl an
old friend of T. R." "His over-weening
ambition has brought rum lo tue tem
ple. "But with all the gloom that reflected
the feelings of the day seemingly, for It
has been contlnuou.ly rslr.inc rims mid
night, with fogs hanging heavy over ths
city, ther was a hit of sumhln her and
there discernible. In the consensus of
opinion that Roosevelt's declaration clari
fied the atmosphere considerably, and
that from now ou It would be pontics,
practical politics and politics for blood.
Roosevelt baa given actual demonstra
tion of his sxlom, "My spssr know no
MnxssM that .luall Ills.
In view of the friends of I "resident Tail
at the cspitol, Roosevelt's candidacy for
the nomination will encounter at the out
set these handicap:
First. The distrust of business and
property interests, great and small, ef hla
poputlsilc policy announced at Columbue,
Second. The personal odium of his
tresrhery.te Toft, the man he presented
to the country four years ago as best
lilted to be chief magletrate and against
whom he hss brought no allegations ef
fcllure to fulfill that prophecy.
Third. The deep-seated opposition In
this country te the third term, to be en
hanced through Its seeking by n man of
Rooacrelt's empirical temperament.
Fourth. The fact that the party orga
nisation In n national sense, la In the
control of the conservative element.
Taft Avoids Persenalltr.
President Taft said to friend today
that he hoped th Issues now toined
would he debated Impersonally, and that
his friends should see lo It thst th
psrsonal element be wholly eliminated.
But political passions will rise to fever
heat before convention time comes
around. In the Judgment of old cam
paigner., over rows at the primaries and
conventions prior thereto. This prospect
Is the causs of profound sorrow and re
gret to politician of both factions, but
It I regarded as Inevitable.
aoafa Dakota Opinion.
Representative Burke of South Dakota
sums up the situation as follows: "I
have always been a loyal supporter ef
Colonel Roosevelt. I am one of those
who believed In hi sincerity and when
he declared after the election In 1904 that
h would not again he a candidate for
tbe presidency and' especially slnos he
hss reiterated that declaration, I firmly
believed thst he would not allow hla
name to again be considered as a candi
date. I am pledged to President Tatl,
snd' am supporting Mm, and shall con
tinue ta 4o.no,. X could not d otherwise
and maintain my self .respect, and I em
sure Colonel Roosevelt would not respect
me were I to change my position. Th
American people believe In fair play
and In the aqnare deal and I do not
think the candidacy ef Colonel Roose
velt at llils time wiy appeal to them,
especially In coming out against Mr.
Taft, who became president largely at
Mr. Roossvdt'a Instance, and in view
of th loyally' of Mr. Taff te Mr. Roose
velt while i he wss Ma csblnst officer."
Co ogre aamas Kbcn W. Martin of South
Dakota la Just a pronounced In hi posi
tion. He said: "1 have always bees an
ardent Roosevelt man, and was on of
those who urged him lo accept another
term four' year ago, ' upon the theory
that he had served but en elective term.
But I cannot Join in the movement to
displace nt the does ef Ms first term
the man whom Colonel Roosevelt choss
from his own cabinet to become his sue
censor. Neither do I subscribe to ths
Idee of Judicial recall or an appeal from
Us decisions of court to a majority vote
a constitutions! questions."
Meteorite Falls --
Close by Steamer
BOSTON. Mass.. Feb. K.-A narrow es
cape from being struck by a meteorite
waa experienced by the Leland line
steamer, Boatootan. which arrived today
from Manchester, England. t '
At i o'clock Saturday morning. Captain
Perry reported the meteorite flashing
brlilUmly, falling to tbe southwest uf
bis vessel. There wss a loud biasing
sound, as it approached tbe water and
then with a loud report it fell Into th
ocean, n few ship's lengths from the
how of ths steamer.
So great s disturbance did It cause In
the sea thst water was da-hed ever the
decks of ths steamer.
Mrs. A. R. labor of Cnoer. Mo., hid
been troubled with sick he darn fo,
bout fiv years, when sbs began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets She hss laksn
tire bottles of thorn and they hav cured
her. Sick htadachs 1 caused by n dlsor.
dercd stomach for which thaa tab;-;,
a especially intended. Try them. Re
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Cease, el greet seats
Oram ' K-. Tkie w hii mII kf mm m ewra Mas Sfjss
Admits Killing Wife
and Young Companion
TACOMA. Wash., Feb. 3L-WI1U
Brawa, M years old, confessed here to
day that be had killed haV young wife
aad John Alen, a young man with whom
sn want to a thater last night, by beat.
log them to death with a dub. The
elderly husband waa allowed to plead
gutter to murder. In the second degree,
because tbe state could produce iuj wit
nesses te the crime. '
Mrs. Brown cams her from Columbia.
Ind., where her name wis Mrs. Vlrdil
Tbe bodies ef Mrs. Brown and Aides,
who also was known js Jack Wilson,
wsr found on n coun'-ry highway near
East - Larch mont. - a , Tacoma suburb.
Brawn's story that he had waited for
them nntll midnight and then retired,
and that be regarded Alden aa his son,
was upset by hla two little sons, who told
the police that the Browns quarreled Jist
before Mrs, Brown started for Taoo.na
and that they heard Brown leave and
enter the house twice In the night
When confronted with this Information
Brown confessed. Ha la to be sentenced
Brown In hi confession said he had
known for a year of intimacy between his
wife and Alden. ,
Mob Hangs Negro
TALLULA. La., Feb. lO'A mob took
Lou la Andrews, a negro from officers
when they alighted from a train with
him tonight and hanged him to a nearby
telegraph pole. The black had confessed,
H Is said, tot being an aotompllce In the
killing of Key Oakes, a young planter.
He was arrested at Hayvllle and wss
being brought here to await trial.
Oakes was shot to death near here
wveral weak ago. Just after he . had
cashed a check. Two negro killed snd
robbed htm. The other ha not been cap
tured. ' ' '
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You'll find your kind of music the. kind yoa like
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superb number.: ,
Caruso and Journet
sing Faure's noble Crucifix"
All the beauties of this famous sacred composition with its
thrilling- ptimax are splendidly brought out by these two great
artists. -, ,,
renders a delightful Tosti song
The famous soprano's exquisite rendition of this number is
altogether beautiful and exhibits to perfection the lovely qnat-
ity ot her voice.
gives a great Rigoletto scene
This highly dramatic air from Act II is one of the most
affecting scenes in the opera, and it is splendidly rendered by
the great bantone.
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