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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAROI 10. 1912.
FEEDING CONTRACT HELD UP
I III'I'llll II f f II ! 'F II
I Botrdiag of Priion
Botrdiag of Priioner. ii Mooted
Question, to Be Decided.
1TSEA3X WILL Uattt, ATTACK
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have Soot Flint It.
'ft W. Bedford Coel
Oaa, Elec rixtarea, B UTu-GrndM.
Thos. W. Blackburn (or ooagms AdT.
"en Toor Hour aa TkIiaUm in tha
I Xeaattme Temporary A(rmiril l American Safe ltpo.it aults In The
Bee building. Boxes rent for 11 per year.
Baa Butler rilee Dan R Butler,
present city clerk, has filed his petition
Cor commissioner, beinjr the forty-slith
Has Bee a Mad
Determined that the county fhall re
tcaln on the safe aide of the prisoner
feeding controversy, with its seeral
complications, the Hoard of County
Commissioners yesterday refused to
allow a prisoner feeding claim of
Mr. E. B. Kins until the courts full)
have decided all the "looted points.
Neither Mrs. King nor Sheriff Felix J.
McShane, who also will try to collect
from the county for feeding- prisoners,
will receive a cent from the county until
the dispute fully Is settled.
When Mrs. King's claim for $1,000 was
received by the board In committee of
the whole. Chairman John C. Lynch de
clared himself In favor of allowing- no
prisoner feeding claims while the pris
oner feeding matter Is in Its present mud
dled state. The other commissioners
Toted wtlh him and the claim was "held
When the 1911 Board of County Com
missioners gave the feeding- contract to
Mrs. King, a relative of McShane, at SW
cents a meal, when Ed Gardlpe and Ira
Flanagan bid 8H cents, Flanagan and
Gardlpe started an Injunction suit, lie
Shane, seeing the possibility of Mrs.
King's contract being held Invalid, In
tervened. He asserted the entire con
tract feeding law was Invalid and he
should feed the prisoner at ) cents a
day. Judge Troup Hot only sustained the
law and held McShane' s contention, not
well founded, but held the contract with
31ra, King Invalid. McShane appealed to
the supreme court.
Bids Oil ned Room.
The present board readrertlsed for bids,
which will be ope led on March IS. A
contract will be let at that time. Mc
Shane will attack It
In the meantime tli board made a tem
porary arrangement with Silas Wright,
who had the feeding contract last year.
Wright waa to feed the prisoners tem
porarily, pending tti letting of a new
contract. Wright re.Virted the sheriff,
through Deputy W. A. Foster, denied him
admittance to the Jail. McShane has
been feeding the prisoners, but he re
fuses to say how much he will try to
make the county pay him. He told Wright
and the board he will not let anyone
come Into the Jail to feed the prisoners
unless the courts command him to do so.
Two weeks ago Chairman Lynch asked
County Attorney English for an opinion
as to whether the board should try to
mandamus McShane to let Wright entf'
th Jail and feed the prisoners. Mr.
Bngllsu has given no definite opinion,
but he has told a reporter be thinks '.!
would be a well to wait until the board
lets a new contract and then tight cur
the whole matter. .
The question whether th dty or th
. county shall pay for the extra meal given
prisoners quartered In th county Jail,
but working on th city rock pile, Is an
other question that must be settled by
' the court before the county will mak
candidate to follow his hst Into the ring
Ainert tann has also filed.
a"gg Are lWwa Egg price are down
now to a point where the dealers are not
ashamed to poet placards announcing the
price. "Erics. 1J cents a doxen." la the
sign in some of the store."
Baaial Go to orthwstra L. It
Daniel, who for a long time has been In
the city offices of the Burlington, has
gone to the Northwestern aa assistant
city passenger and ticket agent in the
Somestis Oat Jail Seatsaoe Lottie
Oden, a domestic employed by P. H. Phil-
bin. living at IB South Twenty-fifth ave
nue, was sentenced to thirty days In the
county Jail on a charge of petty larceny,
While in the employ of the Phllbln fam
ily Lottie stole over K7 worth of clothes,
which she took to her home for her per
POSITION OFLABOR LEAGUE
Declines to Enter Into Deal witn
NO SLATE TXT E5D0SSED
Refereadaa Vote s Betas; Takes
by the Members aad Reealt
Will Be Made rwblto la
' Sheet Ttss.
CITIZENS' UNION REFERENDUM
M -'-1-.- -.'--, -H
ipefercnduat'ballot' are being sent "oils'
by the executive committee of rnr tau
tens' union, to all .member of that or
ganisation, asking for vote on preference
for candidate tor (he commissi onershlps.
Each recipient of a ballot la expected to
till it out and return It to th esecutlv,!
committee, where the slate will be made
up. The card contain blank spaces fur
nair. age. business, politic and residence
of tho man suggested by th voter.
If you har anything to exchange ad
vert) It in Th Be Want Ad column.
"0, 1 Can't
Icu'll Sever Say Bo Again After Yon
Kcai) Ttile, and Act on It. Stuart's
, Dyspepsia Tablet Are the
Trial yaakago Beat Tree To Trov It.
Thousands of people who hadn't really
enjoyed a meat for years par aim
their stornieh. a new lease on life
through th Hills wendeestereeM, Mtu.
ari a pyspeiiain Tabling, The promptly
put aa and I flatulency, heartburn,
HAS NO OFFER FOR THE PLANT
F. A. Kaih Say He Hat Ho Offer
Either for Buying Power.
HAS INVESTIGATED THE SCHEME
Dor Not Tblak the Proposed Plan
Weald Be Able to raralsh
Power Cheaper Than Can
Be Prod need by Coal.
F. A. Nash, president of th Omaha
Electric Light and Power company. Just
back from New York, ssys that Henry
L. Doherty and associates have neither
entered Into negotiation to buy th
Omaha plant nor offered to enter Into
any contract with the company to sell
its current. It la the Doherty Interest
that are reported to be contemplating a
big power plant at Columbus, to furnish
power to Omaha and ether cities.
"I talked with these people in New
Tork last week." said Mr. Nash, "but
they made no proposition, nor do I think
they can make one that will Interest ua.
"Of course we would buy electricity
from them It we could get It cheap
enough, but we investigated the Loup
river project for ourselves ten year ago
and abandoned It aa Impractical. I went
over every foot of the ground myself
and we paid IMW In fee to - the best
engineers in the country to mak a tech
nlcal investigation. I do not say that
a plant cannot be -built that will produce
an enormous amount of power I bellev
it can but th expenditure In canals,
reservoir site, plant, maintenance and
Interest on bond would be so great
that with th amount of power lust In
transmission It would be Impossible for
such a plant to furnish a with powsr
for a less price that the present cost ot
producing It by coal.
"I think some broker went to Doherty
and told him h could buy our plsnt st
a certain figure, and that Is probaOly the
way the story got started.
"Since we turned down the proposition
Impractical, the. value of the land
necessary lur canal aiiu iwmiw '
doubled and njaterlals necessary to eon-
flVucilo3ave greatly advanced In price..
P'-tAm.taf anybody buying the Omaha
plant or any considerable portion of th
stock, I think it Is out of th question
W are. counting -largely on a brilliant
futur for Omaha and any price ws would
consider. must Include a heavy consider
ation for future -prospects. I don't know
of anybody who could and would offer a
price that we would seriously consider.
"We are not worrying about our fran
chise. Even If the United State supreme
court should decide that our tranches
ha expired, the city will no doubt glv
u a new franchise, probably not on th
term w would like, but on term undr
which w could operate profitably. The
city government knows that It can't get
something for nothing1. It must hav th
service from eomebody and It' would be
willing to grant u a franchise under con
ditions that would allow u some return
en our Investment.. Nothing else could
be expected. However, we do not expect
th supreme court to say we have T.o
MAP TOWN IS NAMED FOR
WINNERS AT LAND DRAWING
Notice ha been nt out by Superin
tendent Wltten of the Department of th
Interior, that, owing to the vere
weather and the climatic conditions, th
time for making filing on the govern
ment land In .Bennett and Mellette
counties on th Hosebud and Tine Ridge
Indian reservations ha been extended
from April 1 to April tt.
In order that applicants may designate
the lands they select, at the nearest and
most convenient point, a map room will
be established at the town of Whits
River, twenty-eight mile south ot
Murdo on th Milwaukee and fifty-eight
mile ' northwest ot Winner on the
ere rt' "goes, aad This ntaa slat to
Think of LuO. Zf He'd Only Take
Btaarf s Dyspepsia Tablet X Weld
Always Bs Sappy at Mealtime.
disxlnea. sick headache, dyspepsia,
burning sensation, brash, fermentation
and other I'.la attendant upon a disor
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are com
posed of pepsin and 'other natural ele
ments that help out th gastric Juices
of the stomach. They are Nature' di
gestive, the same kind the stomach
ase when !t is in good health.
Stuart Dyspepsia Tablet do not
merely aid digestion tliey actually di
gest the food themselves. All the hard
work Is thus taken off the stomach and
it gets a chance to rest and recuperate
The undigested ford which formerly
produced nauseating gaae in th stom
ach become thoroughly digested aad
as a result provides new brain and
brawn and nerve cell to replace nat
ural waste always going on.
Stuart' Dyspepsia Tablets act quick
ly, safely and naturally. Just like Nature
herself. They are an essential part of
tho (fork of every drug store and are
old- at Ste a box. Ton can get a trial
package of them free by writing to F.
A. Stuart Co.. IS Stuart Building, Mar
THINKS PEOPLE OF WEST
OF PRIMITIVE SENTIMENTS
Ak-Far-Ben headquarters has re
ceived from Emil Brandels, who Is trav
eling In Europe and Africa, a large col
ored folder (bowing floats that were
used In a rere.it carnival parade at Nice,
Prance. They represent buffoonery of
the extreme type and Miss Hughe of
the Jttt-Sar-Ben office thinks thero very
'amusing In view of the following ren-
i tence which appeared In a French paper
I about three years ago. relative to Theo
Idore Roosevelt's Initiation Into Ak-Sar.
j "These peratantries (feature of the
I Initiation!, a little Infantile, enchant all
tho west and give Joy to this people of
primitive serttrr.ents." ,
BROKEN ELECiRIC IS
. FOUND BY THE POLICE
The police found an abandoned electric
automobile at Sixteenth and Leavenworth
street tarty yesterday morning. The
headlights on the front of the machine
were broken, but the light were stir
burning. One of Ihe guards wa torn
off and the interior of the car was badly
torn op. The police hauled the machine
to police headquarters, where they are
waiting for some one to come and claim
-t Prom the appearances of the machine
It bad been In a wreck. The police are
of the belief Cat the machine was stole?
and the thief heme a novice at driving
had hard trouble getting away with it
'and met with aa acrtdoai.
The Labor League Is issuing bulletins
now, replying to the sent out by the
Citlsen' IrHon. Tht la th latest:
"Replying to th aniclee of recast data
appearing In the dally press as statements
by the Clthtena linen with reference to
having been ignored by the Labor League,
we wish to' mak th following state
"It Is true that on October ! last the
Cltlsens Cnloa mailed the Labor League
an InvttatBHi for a Joint meeting of both
organisations. It I also true that the
Labor Leasn replied that for a period
of thirty day w could not accept their
invitation, but expressed a bono that la
the near future we would.
"Subsequent to the above negotmtlgns
the publicity committee of tho Cltlsens'
Union published a number of articles la
which they dwelt on the fact that en
their executive' board were two members
of organised labor, and that this should
be guaranty enough tor all wag workers
to get rata th Cltlsens Union.
"In view of tho tact that tho Labor
League Is composed of . wag workers.
both anion and nonunion, and In new ot
the fact that th Cltlsens' I'nton I com.
posed largely ot that element of busts ess
men who are 'at all time antagonist te I
th wage, earner, we became auspicseu
of th advance mad for a Joint meeting
and questioned th motive prompting
'Then again appeared statements frr
the Cltlsens L'aton that some leader of
the Labor League were antagonising th
Cltlsens Union, also conveying: th Im
pression that unless the Labor League
Joined hand with th Clttsena' Union
th latter would Bracisttat fight
"In th first place the Labor League
ha no set ot so-called leader; each aad
every on ot th ,M members si a leader.
and wo confess that each and every one
I not particularly In love with the Citl
"In th second place, the Labor League
la net courting any -fight or -eonerovoray
with tho CiUscn' . Union or any ether
similar Institution In fad. wo wtsh
avoid any difficulties, but for th In
formation of our friend w say that we
are not running away from them.
"It I reported that th Labor League
has endorsed seven candidates for com
missioner. This w deny. The entire
membership It at the present time tak
ing a referendum vote a to who will b
our candidate, and no on I authorised
to announce any candidates until after
the rot la tabulated, which will be some
Urn after March M. '
"Our member are vary enthusiastic
and sanguine a to the result ot our ef
fort, and we are proud of having In th
rank ot wag earner men eminently
qualified Is conduct th affairs of the
city ot Omaha without th dictation of
big business. . .
"Per ROBERT BENDER."
TAPT GIVES NEW ,
DEFINITION OF A
(Continued from First Page.)
th way ot governing themselves. Hs
mad It clear that he wished to correct
an Impression that bs bad declared th
people unfit for self-government At the
close ot Id definition of a pmgi ssslv.
the president reviewed some ot th act
of th administration. Including tho tar
iff, the enforcement ot th anti-trust and
Inters tats commerce act.
In conclusion, tho president pointed to
act ot hi administration to provs It
progreeerveness. He said In part:
"In th history of politic, from time
to time, now phrase are coined to
characterise new Issue and new move
ments. On of th term which has eome
Into constant use today is 'progressive,
and It I supposed to Indicate th ap
posite of 'reactionary' or 'ultraconeerva-
tive. Hen differ a to what progresslr
policies are, but perhaps we can roach
a definition that will uit everybody.
Parnoae of Uovornssent.
"Government la framed for th greatest
good for tho greatest number, and also
tor th greatest good of tho Individual,
and the problem presented la th balanc
ing of thee two objects In n such a way
a that both may proceed ltd by s'de.
Whll w would not part with th right
of property, and while, possibly. In cer
tain directions we might be willing to
modify tho character of Ita us where It
has turned out to be an abuse, ss In
th case of the anti-trust law, what we
are all struggling for, what ws all reoog
ntse as tho highest Ideal In society. Is
equality ot opportunity for every member
born Into it
"Under tho Jeffersonlan Man It was
thought that the least government of
mankind was th beet, and that the more
nearly the functions of tho government
were confined to the administration of
Justice and to the enforcement of law the
better; but under present condition of
population and civilisation there are many
functions that th government can more
effectively and -mor economically per
form than private enterprise, and In this
way th individuals among th people
may derive greater benefits. The statu
tory provision of the iMteJatlva discharge
of such function by th government I
"There were many who were not so
cialists, but who saw In the present struc
ture of our government and especially Is
the checks aad balances Intended by Ihe
trainers of our eonstltotlon, to near de
liberation and calm action on tho part
of the people, a net obstruction to th
reform that war deemed necessary s
order to maintain th proper control ot
capital and corporate privilege by popu
lar will and to secure equality of oppor
tunity, progressives of this strip at
tained a great ponule- support and were
able for a time at k t to giro the Im
pression that others who were equally
Imbued with the necessity for reform by
legislative and governmental action, but
who thought It might come without do
straying tho present structure of our gov
ernment, and without affecting the guar
anties of life. liberty and property, were
reactionary and unsympathetic with th
cause, of the people. Th bitterness ot
the attack which they made on men In
responsible position, tho lack ot restraint
that they manifested in Impeaching the
motives of men ss high-minded - and aa
honest aa any of them, were only symp
tom ot a psychological situation that
m oalrnlagj lapse of
time as tho nubUc came to new the alt
nation with a knowledge ot the facts.
land with that common sense and spirit
of fairness that ultimately always pre
vail among th American people.
rneeka aad Balaam 1 Ital.
"We all believe in popular government
I am aware of the exposure to crUtdan
whlch the suggestion that the American
people may'make mistakes by hasty ac
tion and lack of deliberation will expose
one. 1 ant aware ot the case with which
such a suswestlon can be tortured lnt-
an express too of distrust in th A inert
raa people. I am aware that a body ot
people doe not differ In certain traits
from the Individuals who make it up. and
that people like to be fiatterea as do In
dtTMsala I kaow that a whole people
doe not any mora than the Individual?
Joy having their own defects pointed
out to them, The truth Is that though
that th man who tells the people of the
dancer- that may aria from bast and
mistaken action as a higher tribute to
them than the on who constantly fawns
upon them as if they were Incapable of
error. The most abiding compliment thai
can be said to the American peaol la to j
point to th fact that In the coestllutto j
which they framed and tor maintained ,
they hav recognised th danger of hasty
action by themselves, and har. In l
check aad balances, voluntarily mala, j
talned a protection against It Th truth '
I that In this last century wo hav Tin- I
dleeted popnlar goversmest In a way I
that It has never been vindicated before.
'"Distrust of popular government! The f
pride that I hav that tEla I popular I
government and that It has shown It j
elf tho strongest m history I as deeply
embodied as say feeling that Is In me.
I would bo tho last man to exclude from
Ihe direct low of th ship of rtst th will
of th American people.' That Is tho ulti
mate source of authority, and It doe not
In any way minimise my faith and my
love of popular government that I Iselst
thst tho expression of thst popular will
shall he with the deliberation to make
It sound and safe. I fully and freely ad
mit and assert that when the American
people hsv had tlm to learn all the
facts and have had time to consider the'?
bearing their deliberate Judgment la t
wiser and a better guide to be by th
tit than th Judgment of Ihe most ex
perienced statesmen, the moat learned
Jurist th most profound student ot his
tory. In this proper sense th voice of
th people is nearer to Ihe voice of Ood
than any other human decision."
KNOX ENTERTAINS CABINET
OF HONDURAS ON CRUISER
AMAPALX. Honduras, 11 are h t.
rstary of Stats Knox arrived today on
board th United Stats armored cruiser
Maryland from Cortnlo. Nicaragua.
Mr. Knox came ashore at 1 o'clock and
wa tendered luncheon by member ot
General Manual Bonlla, president of Ihe
republic, waa unable to attend owing to
Illness snd sent bis regrets. This after-
in Secretary Knox entertained th
cabinet minister on board th Maryland
and during their visit there were numerous
A Creel Mistake
I te neglect reld or cough. Dr. King
New Discovery cure them snd may pre
vent consumption. tOe and ti n, for sal
by Beaton Drug Co.
Mel r'ataoes Meek Beer,
On draught and In bottle on snd after
March . . Order a case ot this dsllcious
brew cent to your home.
Vt'H. J, BOEKHOrP, Retail Dealer,
phones: Douglas u; Independent A-tlli.
PLEASE READ EVERY WORD OF THIS
Our Fifty-Third Anniversary 81 Is In full blast and, aa an extra inducement to you to bay daring tbis
ale, tomorrow w will place en gale lit An Stylo Pianos, at a pries, of 1138.00 each. The tngtrn
menta hav always told for 1450.00 each; ar strictly high-grade and guaranteed for 25 years. The raa
aoa for thta moat wondsrful reduction in prlco Is on account ot our discontinuing this special Art Styl.
In order to dispose of the 150 instruments quickly, we are willing to tell them at lees than cost. They
are made In Mahogany, Fancy Walnut and Golden Oak Cases. '
' Never before In our ! year of Piano business have we been In a. position to offer so many high
grade Piano at on ( for o little money and on terms to suit each customer convenience-, but eur
growth in the Piano wr I baa been so marvelous that we owe It to the cttixent ot Omaha and violnltr to
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Reduced from Q
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j 1 C Fisher Art Rty,
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ni usjn Good as now. Ales
Reduced from 5 1 1 0
Square Planoa .....II on
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II -Roto Player Piano
I'sed for demonstrating.
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Telephones: Douglas 1023; Ind. A-1020.
HIS BEER CAE IN TEA CUP
Hew Tork Man Telii Bow Ha Got
Serric in Omaha Cf.
WILL AITD WOOLLT WEST WATS
Solhleg 1.1k It In Oetkasa, aad
Alas la It with Owe Theater
end! Other Thing He
This earn In over the phono last night.
It was occasioned by the fact that a
day or two ago Ths Be published e little
Item to th effect that Omaha was men
tioned la a play now running In New
Tork in such a way .a to lead to gi
Inference that th New Tork Me has
buffalo and redskin dodging Buffalo
Bill en Fnrosrn street. Th sue s sr. who
withheld bl nam, admitted hs Is from
Now Tork and Is visiting In Omaha for
ths first Urn and thai he rather like
"I read your Uttl Hem In Th Bee.
and It was mighty clever, but wouldn't
you Ilk to know Just what a Nsw Torksr
thinks about your town? I wsnt Into a
cafe and asked for a welsh rarebit and
a bottle of beer, and th waiter told me
be could serve the rarebit, but he'd hare
te bring th beer In a tea cup, be'tuse
It waa after I o'clock. Well, you know,
be brought th rarebit all right but he
kept running bark and forth wllk Hi
tea cup, and that seemed mighty funny
to me. It' wild and woolly. yu know,
to serve beer In a tea cup. We don't do
II that way In Ksw Tork. you know.
Whan a gentleman wants a bit of beer
with hi rereMt. be can get It In a botlls.
The Isst week I Went to one of your
theater, I wa tell It wan th best, tnS
I saw Ths Pink Lady a mighty good
how. I went again thJti week, iaJ
ay. II was awful. I cast ss sew tw
such show would get hit lb Bar
theater. And tonight I thought I'd go
again, snd when I grot titer, k was
Just a man and woman singing Is lb
accomDenlmsnt of a peane, at ere heet ra
te back them up at alL len t that aueet ,
loot No wonder New Torker think yell
tr wild and woolly.
Th man at Ihl end of th ntione ex
plained to Mm that law of th stais
of Nebraska make It a en me t sen or
give sway beer sfter In th evening.
nd that ha, as well as ths nan who
served It to him In a tee, cup wai break
ing a stats taw, Also, that ths keeking
for the Omaha toaster ere la A hand'
t Nsw Tork men, and thai lb Brandels
It located a long, lone way frost Long
"DACK of a clear eye
mAM 0 wVw-M J XV Vaa a
ways be perfect health. Health
is not a matter of beinz stronsr in
one part of the body, it is a case of be
ing weak nowhere. I I
eia- O tllJUatsU T? U W T VUlUttUJ VUAVVIiV
the arms of aHercules--tiie eagle's eye
dims when it is sick.
Back of all phvsicial power must be
health, and health is made or marred in
proportion as internal organs work harmon
iously or disturbed. The srreat basis of health
Jo nniinhment. and nourishment is not dependent on the amount of food
which goes into the body, but on the amount of nourishment which the
system extracts from that food.
In a tired, strained system assimilative and digestive processes do not work
as well as in health, and when this condition arises they must be gently
stimulated back to normal functioning.
There is no better way to assist the system to build up reserve strength
than to aid it with
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Because it is made under the best conditions, from the best
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O . at . el sj
in mamtainine health. But it must De tasen
in moderation, only.
At druggists, grocers, and dealers everywhere, or
direct 11.00 large bottle.
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co
Roc hooter, N. T.
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