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TUB I3KK: OMAIIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913.
Order Your Easter Gown
Made to Your Special Measure
Thp now dress goods and silks are hero. Every woman
who wishes every dollar of her money to reach its utmost
in 6tyle, value and exelusivejiess should visil our Indies'
Tailoring Dept. "Whatever yjour 'individual taste in color,
in fahric, we will see that you get it.
SpeciahSale: of Gingham House Dresse$
Just received, a large shipment of house drosses, made
from a good quality of gingham, in neat stripes, checks,
plaids and plains, in all desirable colors; on QO
special sale Friday in hasement iOC
Special Sale of Gen
uine Navajo Indian
Now in basement
An opportunity to secure
the genuine articlo at a re
markably low price.
SDGARMAN BILL DISCUSSED
Home Spends Morning Considering
it in Committee of Whole.
PURPOSE OF THE MEASURE
Author 9rju It Im Intended .tp Pre'
. Tent Collnalnn of Justice of the
Fence, Loum Aharki unci
(From a Staff Correspondent.)-
LTNCOIjN. Neb., Feb. 20.(Speclal Tele
gram.) Th committee of the whole
Douse spent moat of th morning; discus-sfiig-
the Surarman bill to limit the Juris-
diction of Justices .of tha, peace to the dia L
trlct In whlcTi' they,aVe,'crecfed."-nepr'e.
sentatlve Bimwman ..aaya be seeks .to
remedy a rotten condition In 9ouh.
Omaha, where Held; loan sharks; 1n
atallment houses and justices work hand
Henate Kills Women's Mil.""""
The senato this forenoon Indtflnltely
postponed the bill establishing- the hours
which girls and women should work !n
stores, etc. , " ' "
Definite action on the Chappell "III lo
peallng the law which forblds draining
of natural lakes In 'Nebraska was post
poned In the stats House Thursday, after
the measure had been discussed In tho
committee of the wholo. It was laid over
for one day In order that members .night
have a chance to inform themselves on
the bill. A motion td Indefinitely post
pone th measure was defeated, and It
was then held up for a day without losing
Its place on ths.iienerni idle. .n
MADERO HOT LIKELY
TO ESCAPE WITHOUT
v TRIALOF SOMMIND
(Continued from rage One.)
msnt was considering the advlsablUy. of
bringing him: before a lunacy commission.
Humors that all was not going Well
between General Huerta ana Felix iJlas
were discounted today by the fact that
tha two held frequent conferences re
garding the conduct of affairs and often
addressed each other by their first
jnlted Statea'AinbassaJlor "Vllson, who
has Uken such-a-lteen.. Interest In the
establishment of.tjie .riep, administration. '
was'ln council with both' Oe'ner'al lluetta
and Dlas and was made the recipient of
frank confidences by both.
One Change In Cabinet.
The cablncet at first agreed upon by
Huerta and Dlas was confirmed In al
respects except In connection with the)
ministry of finance. In whth .Escfulval
Obregoii was substituted 'J0r Carlos O.
Ds Coslo. The names'f,fAe.tortfoUa
were suggested partly pMtW Anil PhfJf
by Huerta. -
Apparently none of thosa closeyti;n
nected with the new administration 'feaf.
any untoward occurrence. The. ' senate
appears to be In thorough accordfyyltb'
the new government, but there' is . jv
such hearty co-operation from the, dep
uties. Many of tho deputies belong to
the modern radical school and, are In
clined to look on General Huerta and his
government with considerable susVlclnn.
The wording of the Jolnt'reslgnatlqn of
Franclaco Madero and Jose Pino Suarex
was made public today. It Is In marked
contrast to Uie usual verbose documents
written In such cases. It says:
"In view of the events which hava oc
curred from first to last In th nation
and for the greater peace of our country
We make this formal resignation of, our
posts of president and vice president.'
Tha new administration Is utilising
' practically alt the old machinery of gov
ernment, although numerous officers
wcr removed temporarily from their
jfosUj mong these were' the chiefs nt
departments, whom the secretary of wur
placed finder nominal arrest, but released
after brief detention.
Dta Denies nesponslblllty.
Felix Diss today denied responsibility
for the execution of Gustavo Madero ahd
Adolfo Basso, superintendent of the na
tional palace. Tha official report on the
death of Gustavo Madura says:
"He was' "being relnoved from one wart
of the arsenal to another wheti h mad
e dash forllberty. -The officers In charge
tired at him and killed him.' Adolfo
Basso, an old man. was killed Inside the
rebel lines. , ,
Tha death of Gustavo Madero. Is still a
chief topic of. conversation among the
populace. Many people today sought for
souvenirs of tho dead politician and one
person paid $15 for a fragment of his eye
glass. Juan Sanchez Atcona. private secretary
of Francisco Madero, and Jesus ITreueta,
itadtro's chief supporter In the' Chamber
of Deputies, were added to the list of
prisoners yesterday. They had escaped
from tho cljy In an automobile during tha
upheaval at the national palace, but were
captured between here and the coast.
A telegram waa sent today to the Parts
rasldenca of'Forflrlo Diaz, the former dic
tator, by Felix Dlz his nephew, and
(rsseraiOiusrtJt. tb new provisional pres.
Waists 3d Floor
Children's cambric waists, plain or
puffed front, 2 to 14 yre., 25J
Children's cambric waists, em
broidery trimmed, 3 to 14 years,
Boys' Ideal waist, medium or
heavy weight drill, 3 to 10 years,
Ident, In which tho ajred general was In
. "You havM been avenged against your
Y. SI. C. A. Dnmnoje Forty Thnnsnnil.
NEW YOIUC, Feb. 20.-The International
committee of the Youngi Men's Christian
association today made public the fol
lowing telegram received from the Yaung
Men's Christian association In Mexico
'Trouble apparently over. All sate.
Association loss. 410,000."
Ideal Woman for a.
Wife Are Defined
HANFOaD. Cal., Feb. 20.-In reply to
tho query, "What constitutes the Ideal
Vvoman for a wife?" which He sent
broadcast among the young men of Han
ford, Rev. W. C. Ixomls, pastor of the
First Methodist church of this city, re
ceived more than a scorti of descriptions
but he considers the following the best
"The Ideal woman for a ' wife should
have these qualifications: The volco of
Melba the tnlent of Padorewskli the
flgtlre of Vcnusi the grace of a Sylph;
tho vivacity of a coryphees eyes like the
soft glow of r moonlight evening; an
alabaater-IIko complexion! tho virtues
of a nun; the charm of Cleopatra; tho
meekness of Moses; the patience of Job;
tho forbearance of Ijirarus; the zeal nf
a rrojan; the constancy of Caesar's
wire; the Capabilities of charwoman;
tns purse of Hetty Oreen, and hair, of
Presiding Officer "
Stdps Preacher in
y Midst of Prayer
INDIAWAPOLIS. Ind.. Feb. Io.-Ltii
ienant Governor O'Neill caused a atmsa
tlon In th senate today when he stonoed
Bev. 15. R. Henry of the Kmmanuol Bap
tist church of this city, who was making
mo opening prayer, and said;
"fltop making a political specclu"
The minlstar had prayed for the sep
araiion 01 tne "rum traffic" from the
sime ana ror "tno comjng of tho day
wnen inaiana would refuse to sell to men
tne-right to make other men drunkards;
The lieutenant governor, who had been
showing signs of Impntlence, vigorously
banged the marble slab with his gavel
and commanded the minister to stop. He'
ordered the Journal to be read and Bev,
Mr. Henry Immediately left the chamber
JJoes JMot Apply to
BOSTON, Masa.TTfeb. S0.-The state
TOent made 4n these dispatches Tuesday
inat-tne receivership -appointed for
Oeorge A'. Alden & Co., dealers In crude
-.ubber (Of Bos'toq.' also applied to the
subsidiary tlrms of A. H. Alden & Co
or jnaon and Adalbert Alden & Co, of
Para. Brazil, was erroneous. Becelrei-s
were appointed for the firm of Geonrn
A. Alden & Co. of Boston, but tha men.
tlon of the London and Par a firms in
this connection was an error.
CONVICTED OF ARSON
NBW YOBK. Feb. SO. - "iszy the
painter's" confessln that he had fired
fcX) houses at the behest of a local "arson
trust" bore first Xrult today In the con
viction of Bobert J. Bubln. an Insuranco
adjuster. The Jury returned a verdict
of guilty or second degree arson after
twenty minutes' deliberation. Bubln
faces a term of Imprisonment up to
twenty-five years. Half a docen other
alleged members of the "arson trust"
are to be tried later.
Fort Madison BIni Drops Dead.
FOBT MADISON, la.. Feb. Ja-Joseph
Pruellage, a saloonkeeper, fell out if bed
t his home here early today. His wire,
under the Impression that he was look.
Ing for his shoes, waited for ilm to staod
up and when he did not, investigated.
She found him dead. Heart trouble was
The National Capital
Tuaradart February UO, 1013.
Began debate on river and harbor ap
Finance committee endorsed Lodge bill
ior inrui wmiinision or live members.
Senator Lodge's bill for a tariff com
mission of five members was endorsed By
the senate fnanee committee today wltn.
oui uncussion ana witnout opposition,
Besumed debate on Sundey civil apnro
Chairman Hav of military affairs com.
mlttee introduced bill to reduce number
ui ouictra bjiowcu eaca army rcglmsnt.
Mm IKK IS KKN, Km KK
WAattMAl A t-J VIJ1I1 V 1IUU1 VIIUV '
American May Now Send Money
Through Mexico Banks.
COUNTRY IS GENERALLY QUIET
Itenl Test l.ln (nmr When Ttme
Arrlte for Military IteRlme. to
Tnrn Over Affairs ' to
WASHINGTON. Feb. 20,-Order Is oe-
Itlg restored In Mexico City. Ambassador
Henry lanp Wilson so notified the State
department today Belatlves of Ameri
cans In the Mexican capital may send
money direct to banks, although It may
be sent through the embassy If desired.
Although quiet prevails by day the -am
bassAdor reports many looifcrs abroad by
night. The American embassy reliefcom-
mlttce Is actively "relieving sufferers
Among the sick, wounded and destitute.
Consuls report anti-American feel I tin
subsiding In tho states where the circu
lation of falne statements concerning
plans of the United Htates has aroused
enmity, The populace In Cludad rof-
flrlo Diaz appears Indifferent over the
results in Mnxlco City. Bnltlllo Is quiet.
News of the change was recelvol with
great Joy lr Uurango, where the gover
nor and federal commander tasured Con
sul Hamm they would accept the Huerta
government. Federal and local officials
In Vcr Cruz promised Consul Canada
that order will be maintained. Conmil
Edwards says Ciudad Juarez Is quiet
and that the news from the national capi
tal was received with little jurprlae. He
said nothing had been heard from tho
rebels In the outlying' districts wlinsn, ac
tions might make the future proble
matical. Washington again Is In telegraphic
communication with Acapulco, long a
center of antl-Amerlcnn demonstration.
Heat Test Is to Come.
The-' real test la looked for In the pro
vision for the holding of popular flec
tions and the willingness of the -ilefacto
government to .surrender .control to tho
officers chosen by tha people.
Ho long as Mexicans alone are Involved
In the summary executions and deporta
tions there can be no Interference on tho
part of this government, although It has
been chanred that possibly Ambassador
Wilson and members of diplomatic corps
of Mexico might unofficially useMhelr in
fluence for mercy.
There Is nothing for tho United States
to do at this Juncture, .but to permit the
situation tor develop normally In the, ex
PfCtauon that the Mexican people will
bo ablo to erect ft permanent government
representing their wishes on the wreck
of the Madero establishment without out
war department officials today were
at a loss to understand the complaint
from Governor Colquitt of Texas against
the policy pursued by the administration
n the conservation of peace along the
border. Brigadier General Stover has es
tablished what 'the soldiers regard, as a
most efficient military patrol along tho
entire northern boundary of Mexico, and
although lie Is In position to know pre
else conditions in the neighborhood of
this lino, up far he has failed to report
any causes of complaint which Governor
Colquitt has mentioned. The general
staff feels It unnecessary to ,add to th
Marines Off for OiiHiitaiinnio,
PHIIAPBLPHIA. Feb. S0.-The goV-
ernmcnt transport Meado with 1,200 mi
rlncs on board sailed from the Philadel
phia navy yard at 8;I0 a. m. today. The
marines will bo held In reserve at GUan-
tannmo, Cuba, to await developments .n
SMALL UNITS MUST
(Continued from Page One.)
January 11. 1913 Hubert Li. Uucklnzhnm.
at Plalnvlew; reappointment; commission
oxpirea January jo.
w, B. Alexander, at Orchard; reappoint
ment: commission expired January 11M
William A. drum, at Coleridge; reap
point men t; commission expired Janu
UucV C. Partridge, at Kenesaw, reap.
pouumeni,, commission expired Janu
John F, iJlener, at Syracuse, reappoint
ment; commission expired February .
Albert W. Sear), at El wood; commission
expired February 10.
January IT Bay Hicks, vice Slmllen L.
l'enu. commission exnlres March 31.
January 23 Wilfred I.. Doreey, at l.ouls.
vino, reappointment; commission expired
February t Andrew B. Anderson, at
Florence; of flea became presidential on
Benjamin V. Colburn, at Palmer, vice
Orrln 'Peck, deceased.
Abraham J -Gray, at Blverton; office
became presidential on January 1.
Jacob 11. Jlmerson, at liberty; office
became presidential on January L
Albert M'. Knight, .at Belgrade; office
became presidential on January 1.
Harry, P. Flncher, at Odell; offico be-
camu Tiesiqenuai on January i.
Fay Whitfield, at Peru, reappointment;
Commission expired December 1L
New Postal Station.
The Postdtflro department has Issued
an order establishing station No. 4 At
Railroad avenue and Madison street,
South Omaha, effective March 16, 1913
The sum of 50.000 for Nebraska build
ings was added to the public bulldlntc
bill to bo reported tomorrow by amend
ments adopted by tho committee today
In the senate. Of this sum, $135,000 Is
for Alliance, 1100.000 for Wahoo and
165.000 for -Falls City. They were added
at the request of Senator Brown, who
appeared before the committee In the
Money for Beatrice.
An amendment to the public building
bill to set aside 13,030 for seeding, sodding
and the construction of walks around tho
Beatrice postofflce was offered by Sen
alor Brown today.
eorge Marshall of Fremont, Is In Wash-
Ington and called on his friend an'1
neighbor. Bepresentatlve Stephens. Mr.
Marshall has some business at the pat
KCIKMA CtlltBU IX SO TO ilO D1YS.
The Paris Medicine Co., M34 Pins street.
fit. Louis. Mo., manufactures of Laxa
tlve Bromo Quinine, have a new and won
derful dtscovcry. GBOVE'S SA-NABB
CUTIB, which they guarantee to curs
any case of ECZEMA, no matter of how
long standing, In 10 to 30 days, and will
refund money If It falls. GBOVE'S SA
NARB CUTIS Is perfectly clean and doss
not stain. If your durugglst hasn't It.
send us Wc In postage stamps and It will
be stnt by mall. Advertisement.
Illinois Hlur Laws Are Valid.
8PBINOFIEL.D, 111., Feb. W.-Municipol
"blue laws" forbidding butcher shop and
moving picture shows to be open on Sun.
day were sustained today by the state
suprrme court T4)e decisions were on
appeal from the enforcement of city or'
dlnanoM of Sfirtngflsld.
K NhA S K AK
MM W WM ft A V & t W II Willi
AT MAMV mnnVTCTC
ni mn"1 wuuiiau),
BUT NOTHING MORE
(Continued from Page One.)
were demanding a new constitution and
that the senate had killed the measure.
That was enough. No one olse said any
thing, but fifty-five voted to show the
senate it Is - not everything connected
with this legislature.
HKVKAl. VOTINtJ MACIIIM-. LAW
Senate Passe fllll l.ooklnir to This
, (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. (Special.) Tho
otlng machines of Omaha will be com
pelled to repoee In quiet If the house fol
lows tho action of the senate this morn
ing and endorses S. F. ISA, by Dodge,
which repeals the voting machine lav.
The vote was unanimous In favor of thp
Another bill which passed provides Jhat
11 public places, including stores, shall
ditch the drinking cup and it will 'now
pe up to tne thirsty traveler who. wlslu'
to slake his thirst either1 to buy a cup of
his own or to seek some place where lie
can placo his foot upon a foot rail, ''all
for it "cold one" nnd look In the mirror
across the bar and see how ho looks.
The vote on the bill waa as follows:
For: Bartllna. Brookley. Bushee. Dodce.
Iaarmann, llcaety, Hoagland of Ixm-
caster, Hoagland of Lincoln, Hummel,
Klechel. Macfarland. Marshall. Reynolds.
Saunders, Bhumway, Talcott, West, Wlls.
AffAlnst: Cox. Grace. Grossman. Hale.
Kemp, Klein, KrumbACh, Ollls, Robert
son. Smith. 10."
Absent nnd not votlne: Cordeal. Kohl.
Placek, Splrk, Vlqk.-6.
A bill by Dodge of Douglas, which ro-
vldes that politicians running for office
shall not be compelled to pay any more
fdr advertising than the regular display
rates charged common people, was passed
by a ovtt pf 1 for the bill to 10 against.
For; --Bushee. Dodse. Grace. Hale.
Heasty. - IjQagland of Lincoln. Hummel,
Kemp, Kelchcl, Klein, Macfarland, Mar
shall, Oills, Reynoldson, Robertson,
Saunders, Sbumway, Smith, Wolx. 19
Against: Battling! Brookley, Cox,
Grossman, Haarmann, Hoagland of Lan
caster,' Kohl',' Krumbach, Talcott, West.
Absent and not voting: Cordeal. Placck.
Splrk, Wink. 1.
Stute Prison Deficiency.
H. B. 353 came over from tho house
this morning and on request of Dodge,
of Douglas was-placed at 4ho head ,l
the general file. This Is a bill for nn
appropriatlowtrf-iso.owrid- cover the d?
flclehcyv.atr :ihcrBMirtCrtl(iry.-' Wenator
Dodge" saM Thnt thcr' (efficiency of the
Institution waa being crippled because of
the lack of funds nnd ho hoped that tho
senate would be courteous and lend i
helping hand 1 nthe hour of distress.
The senato la republican and the penl
tentlary. democratic, hdt the senator
thought that, the senate should do some
thing' a'nyhow to relieve the distress.
The warden .of the penitentiary Is a
very able young man, but unfortunately
a democrat," said the senator, "but wo
ought to get busy Just tho same and
meet tha situation." The senate said that
the deficiency was caused In part by the
failure of tho Institution to get sufficient
nay. for furnishing electric current to the
state liouse and 'other ' places.
"'Why. right here In the state house."
said the senator, with a wave of his
hand, "the lights are burning iit midday,
while the groat shining orb of day is
sending his glorious light all around and
they are simply to lasy to press a Mlt
ton nnd turn off tho lights."
Some Bills Killed.
Six! senate flics met an untimely death
on reports, of" standing comrnlttees. They
wero 10s, by Hoagland of Lancaster,
regulating fees of notary public; 28, by
the same author, relating to destruction
of prairie dogs; 330, by Grossman of
Douglas, the female labor bill; 410, by
Beynolds of Dawes, establishing park
board's; 3S7, by Macfarland of Pouglasv
affecting salary of register of deeds, nnd
190, by HoaglanuT of. Lancaster, regard
ing taxIngTa'Cireis r Wierfft." "
Hoagland s prairie dog and gopher bill
was kHJed-pT? j-efluegtqt' hlrae,f because
he said he had another which he liked
On motion of Talcott of Wayne the
printing committee was-Instructed to In
vestigate" the' delay Irs the printing of
The filtowlug bills tyere passed on third
reading reading: '
8. F. 200, by Harrmann of Dduglas
Pure linseed' and flaxseed nil bill.
8. F. 333, by Bartllng tr Otoe-Provldes
for admission to state soldiers' homes of
all persons who served, In territorial mi
litia for at least ninety days.
S. F. 319, by Dodge of Douglas Prohib
its consulting physicians from dividing
tees with other physicians.
S, F. 60. by Wink of Buffalo-Changes
numehr of directors concerned In the In
corporation of railroads.
8. F. 91. by Hoagland of Lincoln Re
lates to dower nnd courtesy under will
a V .no? irtnil nf NnmnllR Ahol.
Ishes drinking cup In stores and all public
S. F. 350, by Hammell of Webster Pro
vides for recovery of taxes upon personal
property omitted from assessment at any
time within Itve years.
S. F. 6, by Hoagland of Lincoln Pro
vides for causeway crossings under rail
roads when land Is owned on both sides
of the track by same persons.
S. F, 101, by Reynolds of Dawes Fixes
) nlnrtr nf Hlatrict clerks In all coun
ties having less than 17,000 population at
$f0 per year in addition to tees.
8. F. led, by Dodge of Douglas Repeals
tha i-otltiB machine law.
S. F. 1H, by Dodge of Douglas Regu
lates charges for political aaverusipg.
b. i.'. its. bv Placek of Baunders PrO'
vldes that party bringing complaints In
saloon remonstrance cases shall pay
8, F. 328, by Hoaglond of Lincoln Pro
vides for establishment or lire aeparv
ments In cities of second class.
The afternoon session ot the senate be
gan by orderin gfor thlnl reading house
roll No. 353, the penitentiary deficiency
WelKhtst and Measures.
Reynolds' Inspection of weights and
measures bill No. 1ST, which occupied
much time one day last week and was
finally passed over to enable some pf the
members to fix up amendments, waa on
again In commutes of the whole this aft.
The discussion led Into a general show.
Ing up of the way the consumer Is up
sgalnst It when he buys a quart box ot
strawberries and finds the bottom shoved
up about half way to the top of the box
so that the "quart" In reality comes
nearer being a '"pint."
An attempt was made to strike out the
clause relating to the above, but it was
voted down by a strong majority. The
bill was then ordered engrossed for third
Bill Ordered Enif rossed.
The following bills were ordered eq
grosked for third reading:
U. R. ttZ, by lWajaa of HsUs-Dstl.
elency bill at state penitentiary
s. F. 1S7. by Remolds of Dawes Pro
vides for Inspection qf scales and meas
ures under the supervision of the pure
8. F. S5. bv O lis of Valley Provides
for examination of nurse for diplomas.
Employment of Convicts.
S. F. 151. bv Dndee of Douxlas Provides
that convicts of state prison shall make
clothing and furniture for use of other
state Institutions. Trusties to be let it
to counties for work.
H F, 111. by Beynolds of Dawes-rro-
vldes for consolidating and transcribing
delinquent tax lists.
8. F. ltz, byjBaunders of Douglas ito-
vldes for punishment for frauds perpe
trated by peddlers.
S. F. 174. by Grace of Harlan-Provldcj
thnt round-trip free transportation sh,U
be given with- stock shipments of one car.
8. F. 107. bv Klechel of Nemana-neg-
utato contracts of suretyshln between
common carriers and employes.
H. K. 415. bv Hushee of Kimball rim-
powers any elector to swear In one elec
tion board member.
Senate file 151. by Dodge of Douglas
met with some opposition In committee
of the whole this afternoon. The bill
provides that the convicts at the state
penitentiary can be put to manufacturing
clothing, shoes and other nrtlcles needed
In thfc Institutions of'the state and can
be used to manufacture such articles as
will not come In competition with other
labor of the state.
The bill also provided that the men
could be used In road work, utreet woik,
etc But Hoagland of Lancaster ol
Jected to the use of the convicts In
cities and towns on street and alley work.
He offered an amendment to that effect
and It was adopted. Another amendment
provided that the Board of Control
should have full control of the employ
ment of these convicts Instead ot the
warden of the prison. Tills leaves tho
bill so that convicts can be used to work
on country roads and In the work around
state Institutions and for the erection of
new buildlngB where It would be prac
tical .to use them.
STORM LAKE COMMERCIAL
CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
STORM LAKE, la., Feb. 30.-(8pecial.)-A
large representation of the business
men of the city attended the aunnal meet
Ing of the Commercial club held at the
Bradford hotel last night.
Following arc, the directors elected for
the ensuing year: H. E. Bwope, Dr. it. 8.
Parish, S. C. Bradford, George J. Schaller,
E. W. Dates, Charles H. J. Mitchell. T. A,
Marton, George M. Pcdersen, James De-
land and P. C. Toy.
The burden of the discussion was on
the good roada question and active steps
are to be taken at once looking to the
draining. Rinding and graveling of the
Hawkoye highway through the county, as
well as other roads. The co-operation of
the other towns and adjacent farmers will
IOWA wesleyaTseniors .
RED WITH FLOUR
MOUNT PLEASANT, la., Feb. 20.
(Special.) 'Iowa Wesleyan trustees In
midyear session here witnessed a cloud
of flour descend upon the heads of un
suspecting upper' classmen at the chapel
assembly, the result of the overturning
of a largo quantity of the stuff by
means of an alarm clock mechanism, th?
flour dropping through an air shaft in
tho auditorium celling. Despite -this
the trustees approved the petition of the
Btudent body that the semester tka bo
raised, .the Increase of 12 per student to
be used In strengthening' the department
of athletics. A new coach will bo
elected by the trustees In June.
FORGED CHECKS DRAWN
ON IOWA NATIONAL BANK
BT. PAUL, Minn., Feb. 20St. Paul
police today warned merchants and police
of towns and cities of the northwest
to be on their guard against two clever
forgers, who, It Is said, last week se
cured a considerable sum of money from
two large department stores here and
who are thought by local police to have
left the city.
The paper which was passed here,
was drawn- on the Franklin Trust and
Saving bank of Pittsburgh, Pa., and the
Iowa National" bank of Des Moines, la.
jH There Is more nutrition In a 10c picktte ol FAUST i&fS&ZWvIm
r srASHETTI than there I In 4 )b. ol bttl-your0rg3!afM-NJ 1
Br , 'AU,T sfeD3ETTId jf hbd"'7 rich (Sm
W FAUST SPAGHETTI will reduce your meat bill SPSS V
f two-thirds. Write lor Iree redce book snd lind out jf?'' MAUIX
Tho raising and selling of chickens have
lirought wealth to many a man. Today there
are hundreds in this state who are gathering
a large mb.hthly income through the poultry
business. Your profits can always be in
creased if tho sales are to the best class of
buyers. You will find) it to your great advan
tage to riiake Tho Bee your main advertising
See thnt your ad for jxmltry or eggs goes into
The Bee whether it is placed in any other paper
REGISTER COMPANY IS SUED
Cleveland Corporation is Charged I
with Aiming at Monopoly.
JUNCTION. 18 ASKED FOR
Defendants Are Accnsed of Wrongr-
fnllr and Fraudulently Oli
utrnrtlnB; Business of
CLEVELAND, O., Feb. 20.-Scnsatlonal
charges of violations of the Sherman
anti-trust law nre leveled at the. Mc-
Caskey Beglster company In a civil suit
filed here today by order of Attorney
General Wlckersham. ,
To acquire a monopoly of the Inter
state and foreign commerce In the sale
of account registers, appliances and sys
tems for keeping credit accounts, the
company, it is charged, wrongfully and
fraudulently obstructed and suppressed
the business ot competitors, bribed their
employes, waged an unfair campaign nf
patent suits and threatened suits and by
other unlawful methods sought to stifle
The; federal district court hero was
asked to restrain the defendants from
further monopoly nnd to prohibit a scries
of alleged unlawful nnd unfair practices.
The following are the defendants:
The McCaskey Register company, Al
fred G. Ryley, Stewart S. Kurtz, Samuel
G. Zimmerman, Edward A. Langenbach
ahd Austin Lynch of Canton; Henry F.
Pollock, Theodore C. Uran, O. C. Russell,
F. W. Fomum, Milton Bejoch and Grant
Klser of Alliance, O.; Joslah W. Phlpps,
Boston; Charles T. Baxter, New York
City; David C. Bower, Pittsburg; Harry
M. Rowley, Chicago; Wllllom M. Hughes,
San Francisco; John H. Jones, Kansas
City. Mo.; Fred Schneider, Seattle; Georgo
P. Hayes, Memphis, Tcnn.; Leslie O.
Solar, Atlanta, and Edward T. Bingham,
Washington, D. C.
The defendant compnny is said to own
exclusively the Dominion Register com
pany, limited, of Toronto, Canada, which
also maintains an agency In London.
A campaign of "fierce and unfair com
petition" has been planned or consented
to by officers of the company, the govern
ment alleges. A force of special men,
scmetlmes called the "flying squadron"
or "knockout men," was employed, it is
declared, to Impart to salesmen and
agents Instructions to destroy the bus!
nt-ss of competitors and for the purpose
of Interfering with negotiations and In
duclng the cancellation by the customers
of their contracts of sale with competi
Agents were also employed, It Is
charged, to spy on the business of com
petitors and t Is further alleged that em
ployes of the competitors wore secretly
engaged to furnish officers of the de.
fendant company "with confidential In.
formation concerning the business ot com.
The defendants are also charged with
.having maintained a display room known
fts the "graveyard"' or bonfire . at its
rectory nt Alliance, O., where, it Is
added, were exhibited pictures repre
senting large plies of devices of competi
tors being burned as useless.
All Chnrtres Denied.
CANTON, O., Feb. 20. Counsel for tho
McCaskey Register company this after
noon gave out a denial of any Illegal
action pn the' part of the company as
oharged In the suit brought ht Cleveland.
They call attention to the fact that tin
company has twice been exonerated by
attorneys general of Ohio on actions
brought charging substantially the same
things as set forth In the federal case,
The latest charges, they say, are merely
a reiteration of the old ones In a differ
IIIUs Minister to Iorra.
RAPID CITY, S. D., Feb. 20.-(Speclal.)
Rev. Clarence fi Roycc, formerly dis
trict superintendent ot the Black Hills
missionary district ot the Methodist
church, and for some years local pastor.
has resigned his pastorate here to ac
ccpt the position of superintendent of the
Iowa Public Welfare league, with head
quarters in Des Motncs, and will take
up his new duties March 1. Mr. Royce
has been well known In the Hills for his
active church work.
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