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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1915
FOREST RESERVE SURVEYS
Ajricultund Bill Carries Item that
Will Aid Entrymen.
BILL PEBJDTS 2JVEB STXUCTTJM
ihi ruwi . ne
Central Rallerav an Krlsa
.' ! 7 te (tract
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
, WASHINGTON. Slay is. -(Special Tel
egram A provision for surveylna sgrt
eulturml tsnds ! aatlonal ferest reserves
haa ten Included In tht agricultural bill
by tht conference committee- It call
for aa appropriation of R5.W- Repre
aenutlva Martin of South Dakota
ortclnelly introduced Ml on Ui propo
sition asklnf for &.. It wss later
added to the agricultural bill In the neg
ate at an amendment, but the appropria
tion raa reduced.
Representative Mania aa!d thla morn
ing that, wnlla It applied to all national
form reserve. It was of apeetal vain
to the Black Hills forat reserve, trnic'i
included a lar area of siricultuml
It vlll saea to vrjr entrrman fllinr
on earl cultural land ia national forest
reserves the con of a survey by private
parties. Tb umii are to begin thl
aummer. wider the supervision of the tw
pertinent of Agriculture.
It will mult In continuing aporoprla
tloni In aubeequent years aa faat a the
entries are mad and survey required.
The lining of the agricultural lands
affected has been don heretofore by tie
forest Surrey or, but no surveys were
provided for. It Is animated that a sim
ilar appropriation of tK.SO will bs mad
annually until such survsys are com
pleted. Ill for Mleewari Brlese.
Tb senate today pasted the kill tc per
mit tb Central Railway and Bridge com
pany to build a bridge across the stie
soarl river sear Council Bluffs. It t
provided that tb brtdg siurl be bagua
wtthla on year and coin pieted within
thro years after the final enact meet of
the act. Tb measure passed the nous
'Week ago and seeds only tb srssl.
teat's signature to become a law.
-- lie Memeeloed law.
The senate haa agreed to the report
vt tke conference committee on th Borah
three-year homestead MIL The bouse
will agree te It, It Is claimed, wttbla a
day or tws. A number of Important pro
vtevoes m the bill are due to the work
of representative Ktnkald, it appllea te
It allows the en try man te choose within
aisty days after he receives notice from
the secretary of the interior of the pass
age of th act. whether he wishes te prove
up under the eld law or the new. It
practically exempts the claims under the
KlnfcaM art frpm the cultivation require
ments, thereby reducing them materially
from what they would have beta had not
th eacemntloa been made. Klnksld
homesteaders can also prove up la three
years Intteed of five.
Btprseialsuvts Burke and Martin have
recommended the reappointment of fred
C, Bowies as postmaster at Pell Rapids,
Win Cadet Fteeee.
Orover N. Toung of Dead wood and Rob
ert O. Ouyer of Brookings, who have
been appointed as first and second alter
nates te West Point military aoademy
-y Representative Martin, have sueeess-
tuUy passed their en trance eiamlnsl Ions.
As the principals failed. It will result ia
the appointment of both young men to
air. Toung had aa alternate appoint
ment from Senator Crawford also, and
at Senator Crawford's principal failed. It
leave him eligible. Ouyer Is a ton of
Prof. Ouyer of the Brooklnga agrtoul
tural college. They will enter the ecad
emy with the fall class.
- Maaep few Coeoa Bchewt.
The senate committee oa Indian affairs
added te the Indian appropriation hill
reported today the following Items for
the Oeaea Indian scheoL Four thousand
oilers for the superintendent's cottage
Ran) (or additions to the hospital and
effles and H.K for a septic tank en the
Metal Tariff Bill '
Amended by Senate
Without Final Vote
WASHINGTON, May .-After drvot-,
Ing the day to the consideration oi
amend menu to the Iron and tteel bill. theNj
senate adjourned tonight without reach
ing a final vote on the measure. 8eni
tor Htybura held the floor upon ad
journment and the understanding It that
when he concludes his speech a vote
will be taken.
Th amendments adopted place a long
list of farm Implements on the free Use
repeal the Canadian reciprocity act and
provide for a duty of It per ton on print
paper, and reduce the duty oa pig iron
to per cent and that on ferro silicon
to M per cent The successful unexpected
fight for th repeal of the reciprocity law
was Inaugurated by Senator Gronna. who
at first proposed the repeal of all the
reciprocity law except the second section
which permits the free admission of! print
paper from Canada.
Senator Gallluger moved aa an amend
ment the recall of ths entire reciprocity
law. Including the paper provision. This
suggestion was accepted by Mr. Gronna
who withdrew hit own amendment In
Its favor. The effect of the success of
ths - Gallinger amendment would have
beta to restore the Payne-Aldrlch rate
of 8 It per ton on print paper and
Senator Cummins declared bit unwllllng-
iss to go so fsr. He then proposed a
rate of ti per ton oa print paper which
Mr. Gallinger accepted. The vote on the
amendment stood 17 to Ti. I
Aa amendment by Senator Hitchcock
Nebraska, reducing the duty on pig
Iron from cents la place ef I cents, aa
fixed by the house, was voted in. X te
while an amendment by Senator Wat
son of West Vlrglanla Axing the duty on
terra silicon st M per cent Instead of 15
per cent was adopted without opposition.
MEETING OF WATER BOARD I Former Omahan Lost
When He Returns to
His Old Home Here
Diners Left Hungry
in New York Hotels
NKW YORK. May IS.-The first ssrlous
strike New Tork note la have experienced
occurred tonight when the waiters walked
out ef the Waldorf-Astoria. The Gotham,
th Brett! n and Rectors In the evening
dinner boor, leaving hundreds of hungry
patrons In ths lurch. Approximately st
waiters and cooks from theee four well
knowa hotels simultaneously wenl on
strike, and with those who had Joined
previous strikes at the Belmont the
Knickerbocker and ChurchlU'a make a
total ef more than Mat who have actively
participated In the fight tor higher wages
and better working conditions.
The hotel managements, aa represented
by the hotel association, had practically
surrendered to most ef the demands of
their employes before tonight's strike be
gan, but without recognition of the new
International Hotel Workers' union, which
claims tc have en lined a membership, of
Jl.eos hotel employes here during ths but
few weeks. The strikers demand recogni
tion ot their anion and Increased wages.
Manned by a skeletoa crew th Wal
dorf-AMorta tonight managed to serve
most ef its patrons, but not without de
lay a confusion and general embarrass
ment It was estimated that MM would-be
diners were at tables la the vartoua rooms
there when the nrtke waa called by a
prearranged whistle signal. Between ex
and sM men walked cut without disorder,
leaving patron astonished, but ths man
agement had made preparations for ths
smsrgeney and promptly marched Into
the main dining room 1st strike-breakers
who hsd been lodged at th hotel tor a
The bill of Representative Stephen
for allowing th Saatee Sioux te submit
ihetr claims to the court f claims, was
alas added as aa amendment
11 C aaJ few Other arheale.
The Indies aproprlatiea bill reported to
the. seasls today by the Indian affair
committee Includes CaVtM for a asw build
ing at ths Rapid city, S. D.. Indian
school; Xt.sM for repairs to the boys'
building and SI .Sal for ether repairs. Right
thousand dollars Is Included for the gym
aaatuas at riaoereaa. Ons thousand
dollars Is for repair at th Pierre Indian
school. At the Taaktoa ageacy, tn.e
Is set aside for repairs.
Attorneys Help Pay
For Judge's Voyage
WASHINGTON. May ) -Members of
the bar who practiced before Judge
Robert W. Archbald of the court of o
merre when he was United States dis
trict judge st Bcrentoa. Pa., contributed
to a fund for a vacation trip to Europe
. for the Judge, according te testimony
fik gtvsa before the house committee oa
udtelary today by John T. tanthan of
lVilkeeberre, a termer member ef cob-
air. Lanlhsa contributed SM or IS. he
could not remember which, at the solid
tatlcn of K. W. Rear!, clerk of Judge
Arrhbald's court Another firm la WU
kMbarre. be said, did likewise.
That Judge Archbald rererred the
money Mr. Lanlhaa was convinced. He
raid he received a letter frees the Judge
from Europe, thanking him tor hit eon-
- Word f rom Lorimer
WASHINGTON, May -k states
from Scatter Larimer, of Illinois, either
o the forat of a formal resignation from
the senate or a flat refusal to reetga
response to the uxtport unities of seme
his colleagues, was expected throughout
today by teaatacs active la the esse, but
Sevelopnenta were not forthcoming.
Senators Kern and Lea telegraphed him
resterday suggsstng that be Indicate ap
orexlssateiy whea he woe id be la the
eanate, but they had a answer and for
MM reason the ease waa wet called ap.
Th aunsrtty have evinced a clsooel
tioa te press the ease t a vote, allow
ing, however, a reasonable time for Sen
ator Ioniser te eotamualcau a response
I, the laeutrtes sect hist and to the pres
sure; ttat has bsea exerted by sons
feje friends oa the bans ef whst they
told . aim waa a practical oertewty of
Li ctioi Deferred or the Agreement
Hade in Water Cue
fTfiASSFEB WILL BE APPROVED
tereral Bills Are Allowed, bat
I , election Expense Held Ip
latll All Are. .Ste
,A tpecial meeting of th water hoard
this held yesterday af Mr noon, but
formal action on the agreement reached
be 'a'een the city and tits company In
the "waterworks case wss taken. A reso
lute hi will be passed at the next meet
Ing. fVednesday, approving ths agreement
and sanctioning the transit ir.
Job a I Webster, the board's attorney,
was ed lowed tlliS on litigation expenses.
Dillon; Thompson dt Clay were given
Sk.3ll.JS for passing on ths validity of the
bonds recently sold. : t
Last payment to th Katx Cdn ruction
company oa building of the deaf insti
tute and Dundee water mains wits author
ised. This payment will amount to IXSAS.
Tlx Ha .was for extra expense ila tunnel
ing undmr obstructions at tha deaf In
stitute. A Mil for let extra, tor being
oompellad to dig a deeper dfevh In one
place on tha Dundee main was disallowed.
Both mains were accepted. 1
i 'Klre-de sjllla.llrld 1st
'Mils for election expenses Mr the late
primary war postponed until nexl meet
ing-. The dry eommltiloner tat finances
and accounts will be asked to submit the
total election htils before any are allowed.
Bxda for tha construction uf the 44
Inch maia to -Florence extending from
Lake atreet will be advertised tor, th
board suggesting that a mouton direct
ing advmlsemsnt be passed sr. the next
meeting. ' Bldt were to have buen adver
tised for two weeks ago. However, Sec.
rotary Kormlg left the city oa , personal
business and no advertisement sett made.
Bids were to have been opened yBsterday.
but none was tBcivsd. Advettueement
will he run Is tha official paper for ten
days, acordlng' to the board, bids opened,
contract awarded aad work begin with
Tale Against Darrow
LOS ANGELES, Cal., May at. -Bert H
Franklin, former chief detective for the
McNamara defence, eater ed into the, de
tail ot the alleged bribery of Oeorge N.
Leckwood by himself, at today's sessloa
of tha trial of Clarence s. Darrow oa ths
Indictment charging Lerkwood't bribery.
Franklin was still under siamlnttton
whea the trial waa continued until Fri
Ths prosecution sought through ths
witness to connect Darrow with the al
leged corrupt ion ot Lock wood, hut Frank'
tin repeatedly testified that he could
remember bo specific conversations with
Darrow concerning Lockwood, ' '
Key to th Ktuatwa-Bes Advert 11 tig.
HALF PRICE, BMLLLKIERV SALE.
Braadets Stores Aaaaal Qffer The
Miniaery Sensation at Eeuth
Saturday ws offer your unrergrlrted
choice of rvsry trimmed hat In our entire
stock at J net half pries. Beautiful copies
of imported French nets and casarjonaj
from American oeeignero.
SM trimmed hats at HI
tS trimmed hats at 111 at
W trimmed hats at II.
IU trimmed haw at r.Se.
14 trimmed hats at It
Bat la Saturday at
3 RAN DEIS SHORES.
SOUTH DAKOTA BELLS
TO BE TOLLED AT 'MOON
SIOUX FALLS. S. D . MayS).-SpeeUI
Telegram.) Colonel Thomas Brown of
this city, department commander ot ths
South Dakota Grand Army of the Re
public, today issued aa order requesting
that all bells In the department iof South
Dakota, both village and country be
tolled tomorrow; commencmg at noon
and continuing for a period ot five
minutes. The order further requests tliat
all flags he placed at halt stsfl during
Greet changes In tas skyline, of Omatu
havs appeared during tas last fhret
years, according to William Brown. ag"d
7S years, a former Omaha man and no&-
residing In Avoca, la. So radical have
the Improvements been that Mr. Broerr
became lost la the very neighborhood
that be resided for fifteen years. He
hsd to appeal to ths police to havt N
Mr. Brown came here to visit a younger
brother, J. J. Brown, an employe of ttt
Expreumen't Delivery company an,'
aged M. The brothers but saw each
other three years ago. The younger
Brown then lived at lie North Seven
teenth mreet, so Immediately after
reaching town ht had a cabman take
him to ths old number. Now faces met
him at the door and ha could not under
stand why his brother hsd not informs:!
him of his Changs ot address. His man
tier was so pathetic that neighbors 4olJ
Patrolman John Barta and Conductor
Andrew Fahey finally located Browns
brother aad he waa token to the letter s
home. Ths old man waa effusive In hit
thanks to the two officers tor their kind-
Against Rapid Men
DEADWOOD. S. D.. May 30. -(Special
Telegram.) Indictments were returned to
day by the federal grand Jury against
County Auditor John Fall ot Pennington
county and his brother. Deputy A. Fall
end F. R. K. Hewlett a wealthy hide
dealer of Rapid City.
Tha tint two are charged with using
ths malls to defraud and the latter with
conspiracy to commit a crime against
th United States.
In the same connection, all three are
outgrowths of the wolf bounty frauds
la Pennington county, poatofftce Inspec
tors claiming that the three men used
the mails In ths alleged collecting of the
Rsy Shea, the young Lead man, former
money order clerk In the poetofflot there,
whs pleaded guilty to smbsxxlement was
sentenced to five years at Leavenworth
aad to pay a fins of 179.
Couple Wedded for
NEW LONDON. Ia.. May Id-Mr. and
Mrs. William Hows ot New London, to
day celebrated their elxty-seventh wed
ding anniversary. They were married In
Tuscarawas, O., and havs lived In Iowa
fifty years. Mr. Hows Is 17 and his wife
M. Both art in good heslth.
Don't bs surprised tt you have an
attack of rheamatltm this spring. Just
rub ths affected parts freely with Cham
berlain's Liniment, end K will aooa dis
appear. Sold by all deal era
t hrtstlan Colleges t'nlte.
MARSHALLTOWN.'Is., May . -(Spe
cial Telegram. -Th board ot trustee
of Palmer collet, th state denomina
tional school of ths Christian church,
today voted to move ths college to Al
bany, Mo., and there consolidate It with
th five minute the bells ars tolled aad 'collages of the asms denomination to be
than be meed to tha top ot therpol tor moved from Weaubleau. Mo., and Lln
Ihe remainder of tha day. , coin, Ktn. ' ,
Tatar it gnpgtitd sacl gxl digestion,
ia sUaminf disncrl Faust Macaroni
strgngtk axl gntrfy, too. 5c
ssi 10c p adage st your grocer a,
MAULL BROS.. St. Louis. Mo.
A necessity in
Tom No! not worry any morm
mboat'th Mtuigktly, di$coUrd
vatvclot bowi Sani' Flush
mill mak it eltam and whit at
ims9 without f A mnplmuantnou of.
th old inoft actual mttnodV. It is
maty to mtuorkt lika magic no
Kosrifif of tcruhhing no touch- -ing
the bowl with tha kandt or
dipping oat of tha watar. .. . .
Sani-Flaih w a powdarad cAsm
ical Kompomndit will not injara
tha bowl or plumbing lika dan
" ysroas acid.
Cat a can of Sani-Flath and tava
' tha labor and unplaatantnata in
m nacataary hoatahold tatk.
20 cents a can
- at your grocer's
Cleans Water-Closet Bowls
Quick Easy Sanitary
, TKS HTCICmC MOOUCT3 cm. CAKTOM. otro.
rfr Wmurns iiauee breees,
worth id to I .il
Pretty pattern at 59
Gingham Aproat worth
up to 3.V Gcod, full
aprons made of A mo
lt ear gingham at 15s
L'H.4Vrw tepyasaajeail tmeseTtassssi ewwisa,
i&ttxtsaxravm, Ksyimw iii.ii-, ntia
, ulnri MiNlnJ
tl-fil- j. J TV
iiia pxirs tiiuf, -a.,
worth $10 at 68e 4
t'otorrd Wash Prttiroata
Regular T5e alues
at, cacn OstT r
PLACE ON SALE FRIDAY IN OUR BASEMENT
Entire Surplus Stack of a New York Jobber
Women's Wool Summer Suits
Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Waists and Petticoats
At LessThan Half Their Actual Value
Sc-rvWahle Watii Kkirto Splen
. did linon god duck In white and
colors, plain gored and fancy
trimmed, 1 1.00 and tl.t0 valunt
' "t 69 nd 89t
Hummer Night ' towns Good
' length, full cut gowns, st,
each . . . . ; . . , , v . . , K, 37
WOMEN'S SUITS WORTH UP $15 AT $5
Scores of well nuulV, jierfectly fitting suits
in the most attractive styles the season has pro
duced. Everyone is a jirai-tieal style made from
the choicest weaves in newest colors and pat
terns. There are. handsomely trimmed models,
also plain tailored effects everyone a new sea
son's style. The jackets an " hand-tailored
throughout and lined with silks or satins.
' Suits for Juniors, ages 13,
15 and 17 years.
Suits for Misses; ages jl4,
16 and 18 years.
Suits for Women, sizes 34
Made of new, serviceable
fabrics and worth $15, at
WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES, WORTH UP
TO $3.50 AT $1.50
600 pretty Wash Dresses, all distinctly summer
tailored'models, women's misses' and juniors
sizes, worth' $2.30 and $3.50, at .$1.50
SMART LINON AND WASH SUITS AT $1.00
Well made and nicely tailored in the smartest
styles for summer. None worth less than
$6.00, at, each . ... 1 ........ .' -i1.50
WOMEN'S LONG LINON COATS AT $1.00
High button front, turn back cuffs, tc-' 'eT
larly worth $3.50 at ..... . .T. - .Ifl-OO
Women's Dainty IJngerto Walsta
hue and embroidery trlmmea,
low or high neck worth up to
1.B0. at ...... 50 n 69a
Mulia lirawers -Dainty. Cull cot
tucked drawera, made to aell mt
src T , r Is
Women's Srrge and Panama SkIHe
Servlreable and practical Discs
and blue serge skirts, braid, but
ton and embroidery trlmmlnut,
worth 14.00. at S1.50
Corset Covers Lace and embroid
ery trimmed, - worth i up to ooc,
at ..v...i... 18e
ALL ON SALE FRIDAY IN OUR BASEMENT.
I I ULU'
Bracing Vacations in
Glacier National Park
Season June 15 to October 15 1912
All will be ready hotels, trails, horses, guides. You can spend
a week of solid comfort in a modern notel, or you can "rough it" up in the
mountains. Specially conducted tours a feature.
Outings $1.00 to 5.00 per Day
The streams arc filled with trout the snovapped mountains
call the eagle sails above great glaciers glisten in the sunlight flowers sway in the
breezes the tang of pine and spruce is in the air. Lake McDonald, Avalanche Basin,
Speny Ulacier, St Mary's Lakes, Cut Bank rass. Lake fticuermoo, iceoerg uic,
and all the hundreds of other spectacular scenic features or aits magninccra new
national reserve await the tourist Spend your vacation in C -:lcr National Parle
go this very Summer.
10 Pieces of Striking Literature
Call, phone or send at once for this unusual literature the Glacier
National Pkrr Litory. Send 3) cents in stamps lor the entire col lectin, or
3 cents tot a booklet. It telis the complete story ana contains many ocauu
tilul views, including an "An Aeroplane View" of the park.
Also, ask for deiik as to special low fares to Glacier National Park
anj the Pacific Coast via tlx Great Northern Railway. Summer Tourist
Tickets on Jile uailv mi! September 30th. Convention Fares on many days.
All Great Northern Coast Trains run via Glacier National Park.
W. fl. ROHINE, District Passenger Ajent,
319 Seventh St. Des Moines, Iowa
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The Bee reaches twice as many homes as.any other Omaha paper.
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