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"WILSON-CLARK MIX IN IOWA
Speaker's Friends Attempt to Create
Prejudice Against Professor.
EETAUATION IS THBEATEHED
Cvrnr't iiprwtrn ay They
Will Begta Trlllas Things Abaat
Ceaareaaasaa I' rmeat Met.
' eda Are Fellow.
DES MOINES, la.. March l--8pecil.)
Wood row Wilson made inch a fine Ira -presslon
en Iowa people, both democrat
and republlcens, that in Iowa his Hock
as a presidential aspirant baa risen ma
terially. Even the democrats who "hied
t th cove tor admit that he made -a
speech entirely tree from ell criticism
and that he added to his prestige very
The audience that greeler him wa an
exceptionally fine one and considering the
inclemency of the weather it was large,
lie was listened to attentively and earn
estly. He spoke without passion or teei
clats will be candidates for rtomi nation
and re-election In Harrison county. Mr.
Susie T. Faith, county superintendent,
and M. B. Bailey, connty attorney, are
the only democrats holding office at the
present time. Mr. Collingsworth, principal
of the Mondamln schools, will be a can
didate for superintendent of schools.
North Liberty Claims
Distinction for Its
Men of Large Size
IOWA 'CITY: la.. March t-Xorth Lib
erty, a town of 2M population. Just north
of Iowa City, claim to have the largest
percentage of big men of any town In
the middle west Five men in this vll
lege total an aggrekate weight of 1,5s
Bounds, the average weight being SIS
pounds. They are Hllo Uordon, 171
pounds: J. II. Llnlnger. t pound: C. E.
Stewart. Sit- pounds: M. J. Stouer, 8S
pounds, and a P. Finch. M pound.
The mayor of North Liberty today is-
FORWARD MOVE EXPLAINED
Advance Man of Seligrioni Advance
Occupies Omaha Pulpits.
CAMPAIGN OPEffS KAXCH 27
anywhere throughout this part of
Aged Iowa Editor
Ends Life Struggle
REM8EN. la, March I-J. P. Kieffer,
editor of the .Bell-Enterarlae, shot and
killed himself hers about 11 o'nlock last
night Kieffer' body was found In a
room above the newspaper, office, which
is occupied by one of the printers, who
was absent at the time of the suicide. A
note left on a Uble read: "1 must nave
courage at 11 o'clock."
Kieffer leaves' a widow and four chil
dren, lis wss t years old.
sued a formal challenge for comparison
Ing and discussed matter in sn academic I and declares the record cannot be beaten
..... - i.i. -I - .imnle imnruMMm. i snrsiHfS mniuiiwn H'" ywi vt
way, bui 1 1 u view, -.. - "
The address was a much directed toward
republicans a toward democrats and It
drew forth applause from the large noay
r republicans as well as from the demo
crat. The Wood row Wilson people feel that
ther have put to shame the Champ Clark
contingent who have resorted to what the
former fori to be cheap political trick to
create prejudice against Mr. Wilson, ine
Clark people have commenced to cir
cularise the democrats of the tte, call
ing attention to vrlou matter which
are Intended to create prejudice against
Governor Wilson nd attacking him on
every vulnerable point- The Wilson peo
ple nave refialned from personalities, but
art threatening to tart out and tell some
disagreeable things about Clark unless
the warfare la called off. Both sides are
bow claiming lbs advantage In Iowa, and
the Indication are that their differences
will be fought out In the eountle of
Hi state and when the Mats convention
kneel line will be drawn pretty tightly,
epabllraae Are ladlHereat.
The republican state campaign for dele
, (stes to the national convention has
aroused no enthusiasm and vary little
Interest on either side. Thus far the
Tart people have the best of It in the
district where the convention have
been held, but the Cummin people y
that their districts have held back to
await development and the later coun
. ties will be strongly progressiva There
seems to be a disposition on th part
of' th factions In all part of th state
to avoid disagreeable and exasperating
I contests and to prevent such a condition
I that they will b unable to mk a good
. flrM In the fall. Th Roosevelt can
didacy ha not appealed to anybody In the
state, and many of the progressives asy
openly they would rather aid Taft to a
nomination than to give a lift for th
colonel. No effort will be mad to
get any delegates for Roosevelt either
first or second choice. The four dele
gates t large and certainly those from
firs or six of th districts will be for
Cummin as their sol choice, but they
are not In any sense bitter against Taft
aor pledged not t b for Mm In the and.
ftatlaaal Committeeman's Views.
. "I am here, sot because this Is a meet
ing In behalf of any particular candidate,
but simply to pay my respects to on of
, the leading democrats of tbs country and
, on of th leading candidate," said Judgs
' Martin 1. Wad of Iowa City. "'Per
. tonally. I think It is too early to settle
t th question of presidential candidate
' so far as Iowa Is concerned. Our eon
, ventloa Is not held until May Is, and
before that date conventions or primaries
will be held la Kansas, New York, North
Dakota. Wisconsin, Illinois, Pennsylvania,
Nebraska, Oregon, Tennessee, Colorado,
Florida, Connecticut and California. It Is
therefor apparent that befor our state
convention sentiment will be pretty well
, eryslaltsed and there ought to be no dlf
I flnulty In giving the support of Iowa to
' tbs right man. I Ilk to see the enthus
iasm which I manifested la behalf of th
candidate, and 1 am sura of one thing
that the Iowa democracy will assert Its
full strength to prevent th nomination
of any man who Is not representative of
modem political thought. Iowa Is pro
. greastve and th democracy of Iowa be
lieve In those progressive policies which
will best serve th Interests of the whole
country, and I am satisfied when the time
comes that a candidate will be nominated
who will be ssUifactory to all democrats
In th (lata"
Coal Strike Hurts
LONDON, March t-Although this was
only the second dsy of tbs coal strike.
Us paralysing effect on other Industries
Is being keenly felt. It Is oomputed that
by Monday 1M.0M worker outside of th
ooal mines will be Ml and each suc
cessive day the strike last will add to
this number. Mora 'than 1 .009.000 miners
la England, Scotland and Wale ar out
hipping at many ports Is approaching
a standstill and steam trawlers are lay
ing up. That source of cheap food will
soon b cut off. Many foundries ar
already closed and others ar pre paring
for a speedy shut down. Three or four
days will suffice to cause a stoppage at
moat of the Sheffield steel work and
within a week. It the collieries do not
resume, more than l.tW.OM employes In
th cotton mill and allied trade . In
Lancashire will be without work.
FATHER AND SON CHARGED
WITH DEFRAUDING AGENTS
CHICAGO, March t -Char fed with hav
ing obtained llu.(M through fraudulent
us of th malls, from person In th
central state who wanted to be agent
for their fir extinguisher. Joalati Hair
and hi son. Burchard R. Hair, operating
th Liberty Manufacturing association,
were arrested In Detroit today by post
office Inspector. It I ald th pair se
cured IM to 11 .to from each would-be
agent for a stock of extinguishers which,
wers Invoiced at t each, but which cost
IS cent. Applicant for agencies were
promised salaries of IMS to IMS a month.
according to postofflc Inspectors, but
never received the compensation after
buying ths extinguishers, Th Hairs will
be brought to Chicago for hearing.
Merriest Men, Bay Halstslns.
CENTRAL CITT, Neb,, March S8pe-
elal.r-K. W. Frost of th dairy firm of
Ohio and Pennsylvania with th Intention
Badger Frost departed this week for
of purchasing sixty bead of the beat pure
bred and grade Hoisteln cow vr
brought Into this section of ths country.
Badger at Frost hav already attained
considerable prominence In the Hoisteln
world, and are making ths present pur
chases with th Intention of making
their, th largest Hoisteln herd la this
part of the ststc
Vlalt to Sklleh Battlefield.
Arrangements hav been completed for
an excursion Id th battlefield of Chlloh
by veterans of Iowa regiments whs took
part In the famous dvll wsr battle, th
fiftieth anniversary of which I to be
observed this year. A number of the fa
mous "Iowa Hornets' Nst Brigade" will
B to Bt. Louis April 1 to make the trip
down th Mississippi, which begin on
' tensive Praams far teafereae.
Th eoinptet program for ths quarterly
conference of heads of the state Insti
tution snows that at the next meeting.
March IS. a number of very Important
matters will b discussed. Th program
S1t Institution Menace ment-The
Farm and Institutional Industrie. The
i.une. Supplies. Accounts, Manage
ment ol lirlp. Internal Conversation,
tiiscunioa by C. F. Apvleute. super
intendent Muunt Pleasant State hospital;
iorso JdiHtndse. superintendent, mail.
t itJon fur treble Minded children; Oeoriu
. juifehoe, sune-lntenuent Stat hospital
Relatione of Slate Institution With
i w ttenersi moiic Local Interest and
wn innuftea, ISTSCUSIMon by C. C. Norton
commarxiant iowa doMiera' home; W P
. I rumbacker. superintendent Stale Rana
tutlum for the Treatment of Tuberculoma.
renal and Refurmatory Legislation
Present Ijiws. Changee Needed in Penal
, .Relorma .Needed In Industrial
e-oi Laws. Discussion by W. L. Kiuer
superintendent Industrial School tor
. : J. C. bandera. Warden, suto pent.
I mlarv; Mrs. Lucy . 8 liels. Mlperln-u-ndent.
Industrial rVhwl for Girls.
rthsl Caa the State Expect of the
1 n-;is to Help "Hay the Tloe of Crime.
. i. temperance and L-efeedewe? Prank L.
Li:1' V u',er"ile00'"- baveupert city
taataa High Caatest.
STANTON, Neb., March S.-(8ndl.)-
The Stanton High school contest was held
Friday night at the Raabe Opera housa
There were nine contestants: Bessie
Elmore, Data Hanff, Jess Hopper, Wil
liam Vahahols, Robert Losrks. Arthur
Chaos, Klroy Salmons, Don Mayfleld and
Theo Burner, Miss Theo Burner
with the reading "Oassll . and Swan"
earned away ths first honor and will
represent Stanton High school In ths dis
trict declamatory contest to be held at
Norfolk on March 17. Th Stanton High
school baa won two state medals.
pains In ths cheat require quick treat
ment. Tak Dr. King' New Discovery
for safs and sure relief. SOc, fl.W. For
sal by Beaton Drug Co.
It yoa hav anything to exchange ad
vertise It la Th Be Want Ad columns.
COMMERCIAL CLUB IS
. ' ORGANIZED IN 0NAWA
OXAWA. 1. March l-KSsedal.)
f 1 to have a ml do awske comroer
i tl club. A banquet attended by of
tj luelness men gathered around the
iu - ubi iur uw parous of asrer-
o.rr,g to sentiment for a real booster
. su.tiliea. Sevenry-twe new member
- uiken Into the club following the
jti. Th meeting was then thrown
to a general discussion of ways and
.i fur the advancement of the bust.
leresU cf Onaws. A similar meet
la of Movement is ts Awaken the
fasten. Arose Ceaerleaaaeea
aed Prexaete Christian
The businest n-.sn In Omaha yesterday
was Rav. Warren L. Hunger of New York.
"Advance man" for ths Men and Religion
Forward Movement that begins In Omaha.
March r,, continuing the balance of the
In the morning Rev. Mr. Bunger oc
cupied the pulpit of the First Presby
terian church at S o'clock In the after
noon met with the local committee of 10
of the movement and hour later delivered
an address In the main auditorium of
the Young Men'a Christian association
building. In the evening he preached at
the North Presbyterian church.
For twelve years Rev. Mr. Bunger held
the pastorate of one of the leading
churches of Ohio, giving op th charge
to take up th work In which he la now
. Rev. Banaer Is Gratified.
At the committee meeting of the Omaha
men Rev. Ms. Bunger listened to th re
port and expressed gratification and
satisfaction over what haa been don
here la the way of lining up for the cam
paign. He answered numerous questions
and offered aumtestlons a sto what should
bs dons between now and the opening of
the campaign In order to arouse Interest
He urged that a strong effort be made
to enlist th co-operation of all the
Protestant churches of the city and sug
gested thst the Wednesday evening
prayer meetings of ths week beginning
March S7 be dispensed with, or turned
over to the women, that being the date
for holding th Drat of the campaign
meetings. Hs told the committee that Dr.
Lansing, the greatest of the social serv
ice worker will be present and will take
part In th tneetlngs, which will be held
at l:SS o'clock each afternoon of the cam
paign. Three of these Institutes will be
held, one at the First Praabyteriaa. on
at the First Coogrewatlooal church aad
on at th Young Mea' Christian associ
ation. At th main meeting of the afternoon
Rev. Mr. Bunger congratulated tb minis
ters by saying that generally they are
men who earn every dollar tney receive,
voicing the opinion that their work Is not
a nlcnie or a summer vacation, but la-
stead "is an occupation or profession
where a man has got to be oa th Job
all the time. Yet as a rule, they hav a
good time and make good."
illeiary Will Be Made.
The speaker predicted that the move
ment will go down into history as some
thing equal to th reformation and that
it will result In a large number of mea
iwho ar possessed of good, rinh blood
being lined up for Christ. Along this line
he expressed the opinion that S per cent
of the men of the country caa he brought
within th church If they ar bandied la
the right manner.
As to th scop of ths movement cam
paign. Rer. Mr.' Bunger said It was
planned for seventy-six of the leading
cities of th United State and that up
to this tuns It bsd been earned on la
forty-flv of them and that everywhere
most e norm raging results had been at
tained. "It's not .the purpose," he added,
"to burn red fir and then keep quiet
afterward. Instead, th movement will
open new ways, suggest new thoughts,
telling how and what to do and after It Is
over leave the church to garner the fruits
and carry Into effect the new. Ideas."
Work Is SabeUvlded,
The movement is divided Into firs
branches, each of which will be taken
up during th campaign to be held here
They will nonshn of these: Social servtc.
boy' .work, evangelism, missions and
Bible study, each having for Its ultimate
aim aa awakened church, aroused con
sciousness and Christian unity. The re
sult will be. according to Rer. Mr.
Bunger, that men will nave a new and
better rteloa of what they should do and
will be better prepared to perform the
duties required of them In their religious
work; ministers will be able to preach
better sermons, for they win receive th
sympathy and encouragement of the peo
ple, thus bringing about a unity of pur
pose that in the end win help to make the
taptala Joseph Black.
KEARNEY. Neb., March X (Special.)
At the family residence Sunday afternoon
the members of Sedgwick Post. Grand
Army of the Republic had charge of, the
funeral of Captain Joseph Black, It years
of age. who died suddenly Friday night
following aa attack of paralysis. No per
son was better known or respected In the
community then waa Mr. Black, a veteran
of the dvll war, a holder of many munic
ipal and county offices. Including mem
bership In the state senate at on time.
He leaves a widow and Ave children, all
of whom were present at hi funeral.
TRUSTED EMPLOYE MISSING
Madtaaa Cittern Ticket.
MADISON. Neb.. March fe-tSpertaU
The citisen caucus met last evening
and nominated the following ticket for
city officials for th ensuing year: Mayor,
Fred H. Davis; council man. First ward.
Herman Frleke; councilman, Second
ward, W. H. Penney: city engineer, A. J.
Thatch: city treasurer, C. J. Kortman;
city clerk, Fred -bankers;' member of
th Board of Education. E. D. Relseigu
to succeed O. H. Ollllspie: R. (1. M one-
man to aucceed J. C. Horsham. Th
only contest were on member of th
Board of Education and councilman of
tbs First ward. Nomination la equiva
lent to election.
Lincoln Han Has Large Sum of
Money When He Comes Here.
FOUL FLAT IS SUSPECTED
W. H. McMlllaa Haa Sat Bcea Seen
Slare rejirwary S3, aad
Friends Are Anxieas
Th Omaha police hare been asked to
try and locate W. H. McMilltaa. an em
ploye of the Richmond Sales company of
Lincoln, who came to Omaha and has
not been seen or heard of since.
Foul play Is suspected by the Lincoln
police who notified the local authorities,
as McMUlian had a large Bum of money
on his person when last beard from.
McMilltan left Lincoln on February a.
Two day later he called up his firm In
Lincoln from Fremont and said he was
going to Omaha on the next train and
would notify the firm from Omaha when
Arriving In Omaha he called up bis of
fice for business Instructions. This was
on February St and was the last heard
from him. He had been with the Rich
mond company for several years and was
a trusted employe.
Key to the Situation Be Advertising.
Central city Dae tar Oaaaha.
CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. March S.
( Special. V-Dr. Newell Jones of this city
hss decided to leave here and eventually
locate la Omaha His practice here has
been purchased by Dr. Fred Kouta, sn
old Central City boy and a brother of A.
Fouts. Dr. Jones Intends leaving hers
about April 13. He will go first to
Omaha for a brief stay. .From Omaha
he will go to Europe, and Intends pur
suing a year's course of special post
graduate work In Vienna. Upon his
nturn be will encspe In practice with
a prominent Omaha physician, and mill
specialise In diseases of children.
. TO MEET NEXT IN CHICAGO
uinrirkTe Wis.. March t The
executive committee of the National Edu
cation association has deooea to nora ine
meeting of the association next summer
in Chicago. The date chosen are July
to IS. Inclusive. This announcealeot wa
given out tonight by Carroll a FMrce, '
president of th association. - -
Many Delightful Ways of
Th. 'MM'fa Who looks UDOn BD.
ghettl as merely a side dish should learn
. h..,i , iwtth fnr snuiamVl sake
and the sarlng of her reputation aa a
provider of good tnings to eau & ""'
booklet published by ths makers of
Faust Spagnettl. will glv her a new
iteht A th mhicrt It tells many ways
of serving this delectable dish.
Msny families l.ow make Faust Spa
ghetti the chief dish for dinner once a
wee, aov nej ..
menu far in excess of those contained In
meats, eggs, fish, etc. Ask your ?or
sooui mis. ae win vsn j -
HpaKhetti not only contains more nour-
1S n in if power nun mew -
considered necessary, but that It con
tains tnese element iu m
All good grocers sell Paust Spaghetti
ic and lc a package. VWrKe for th
free Booklet of Recipes v
1U1 gt louia Aveaas, St. leala, at o.
: fliiBiiaeiigBaeigieiiit if oiisDndliEi1t5im W
THEY ASK FOR IT
mrmgth-Hulldin; Food That Docs
noaden For ervous
The rkiM who drags one foot a he
walk, or work hi hand convulsively
shrugs Ma ahoufder and makes ugly
faces, should not bs scolded for bsd
manners until his parents ars satisfied
that hii actions sre not due to Vxtreme
Tills condition, generally found among
pale, thin children, may grow late 8L
Osomulstoa is advised, since th pure,
fresh, steam-refined Norway Gold Medal
Cod Liver Oil In it la a general strength
builder and the hypophcvphltes of Urns
and tioda hav a moat beneficial action
on the weak and excited nerves. -
HI, well t begin treatment with
Ososnutstoa a soon aa the little twitch
uurs of muscle are noticed and thus
avod complications later.
Children take Osomutsion cheerfully.
After tb first spoonful they ask
8wnple Bottle Pre by MalL
That those whe are seeking health and
strength for themselves, cblldrea, rela
tive or friends mar experience tb itf.
gtving properties ef this excltsnv Nor-
!innd to bs held la four weeks! way gold medal osoalsed cad liver oil
jtk-A lime further t rtsisstl m
llsrHaasi orfertala tm Baa.
LOGAN, la, Mar-k agpselaO-A,
earliix U nunori tb present ccvifr otfl-lusr is OratkUuoa. H Peart fit, N. I.
asedielnal foot sinulsisa ss well as ts
know Osomnlstes superlorKy In being
most palatable aad easy to take a gen
erous S-os. sotti win be sent by mail to
tboss who scad addresses by postcard or
The Remington Typewriter Co.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
and The Monarch Typewriter Co.
were, on March the first, consolidated under one executive
control. The management and salesforces as well as the
one central office will be, under the reorganization, con-'
trolled and directed by the . '
I The one great object in this consolidation is to give the users
. of these three standard typewriters the very best service the
industry affords. This is now possible. The staffs of the
Remington, Smith Premier and Mon'arch Typewriter Com
x" panies have joined with each other, not only in Omaha, but
throughout America. The special interests of each typewriter
will be most carefully conserved and you are' thus assured .
of the continued handling of your business by those who
have handled it in the past and are familiar with it. This larger
organization with its highly developed efficiency makes this
Dn comparably, the greatest sales an d
service organization on the globe.
itHTM WPEOQITEB S., Inc. '
W. J. PICKERING, MANAGER
1619 FAtl. STREET, OMAHA
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