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THE fTVLUTA SUNDAY BEE: MAHdl 23, M13.
Rules for Enforcing Law to Protect Migratory Game" Birds
This much for
Now that the Weeks-McLean bill giving
federal protection to moratory birds,
which was characterixel on the floor of
the house as "the most radical legislation j
ever nronofed In this country," has bo-
come a law, the American Uame Pro
tective and Propagation association, which
engineered the passage of the measure,
Is being swamped with Iwiulries as to
how and when It will be put Into effect
In answer to these, the following state
Cnt has ixxtl been Issued:
An amendment to the Weeks-McLean
hill which was made lust before final
l-a.-age mskes mnhdatory tho adoption
by the Department of Agriculture of sult
abe icgulatlotis prescribing oloBert sea-so-if.
having due regard for zones of tem
perature, breeding habits and times and
lines migratory flight. The bill pro
Udes that when these regulations ara
prepared they shall be mado public and
tliat a j.crlod of three months shall be
al owed before final adoption, In order ,
that they may be examined and con
tllcred and that public hearings may be
granted If this is deemed advisable.
At the present time It Is lmposlble to
any how much time will bo required to
draw up these rcgulotlons. The matter
will be entrusted to the biological survey,
which Is a bureau of the Department of
Agriculture, and while much of tho
requisite data have nlrcady been collected
in connection with tho survey's other ac
tivities, It will at lenat be necessary o
compile available Information or migra
tions and breeding habits in different sec
tions of tho country, and co-ordinate It
with the proposed regulations (n view. It
may be found advisable to make wore
exhaustive investigations of these prob
lems to supplement thoso which have
been carried out for other purposes. In
any case, It will bo impossible for the
new law to take effect In time to protect
the birds during thq breeding season
vhlch la at hand arid unless unfoneen
difficulties arlto it IU unquestionably
be In operation bofore the migrations of
"Tho regulations imposed will prohibit
absolutely the killing of those sqng and
insectivoroui birds whose value to agri
culture greatly outweighs their food
value. Notable members of this class are
robins, blackbirds and bobolinks, Jn a
general way it Is safo to say that migra
tory birds such as duoks, geese, swans
and shore birds, will bo protected from
the time they mate In tho spring until
their young are full grown. As these
birds mate earlier In some parts of the
United States than In others, hard and
fast rules governing open and closed
seasons cannot he mado for the whole
country, but stones will have to bo cre
ated and shooting seasons determined In
accordance with condition In eaoh zone
Additional protection In certain rones, or
for the whole country, wilt probably be
given to oome specie which ara now
threatened with extinction until they
have Increased beyond the danger point.
Likely candidates for this special con
sideration aro the woodcock, In many
localities, the woodduck, trumpeter swan,
whooping and sandhill cranes, and many
vnrletles of shore birds,
"An Important provision In the hill
which should not he lost sight of flays:
That nothing herein contained shall he
deemed to affect or Interfere with the
local laws of tho states and terrltorlts
for the protection of nonmlgrotory gano
or other birds resident" and breeding
within their borders, nor to prevent the
states and territories from enacting laws
and regulations to promote and render
efficient the regulations of the 'Depart
ment of Agriculture provided under this
statute.' Aa most states already have
laws which will fulfill the requirements
of the federal law, no new restrictions
will be placed on their cltUens unless In
the matter of better enforcement, and
as tho laws were made to bo enforced
there can be no logical objection to this.
In the fight to vecuro this legislation It
was plainly shown that the better senti
ment In those states which now allow
spring shooting, and the slaughter of song
birds. Is. decidedly against these practices,
and It was mnde evident that all rent
sportsmen and all thinking people will
welcome federal action to put a stop to
them where It has been 'Impossible to
ecur Mat notion. Besses gratifying
such people, the new mensurn will remedy
a great Injustice which Is at present suf
fered by sportsmen In states which, have
adequate game laws through the fact that
gunners In, neighboring; , state, have
greater opportunities to shoot and there
fore set mora than, their rightful sharo
The details connected with the en
forcement of tho Weeks-McLean law aro
yet to bq perfected, but tho state authorl
ties will probably take tho most active
part In making It effective, aa In the
case of the Lucey act. The lutter Is a
Stuart' Calcium Wafer Will Drlvo
Tiicm Awny. CYcjumm AVII" Never
o Itj They tWt.
No need for uiiy one to i.ave a com
plexlon dlsflgurt-U hi plmnlvs. blotches
liver spots or blackhead. Just clear the
Wood oi impurities ami they'll go awny
federal statute which prohibits traffic
in game under tho ' Interstate commerce
clause In states where It Is unlawful to
sell IL When this act was under discuss
ion Its adversaries maintained that a large
and expensive force would bo necessary
to make It effective, but experience has
proved that a very small appropriation
was needed, as the local wardens were
glad to enforce It. The same will be
true of the legislation Just passed. The
appropriation of 110,000 which It carried1
will prove sufficient for. immediate needs,
and considering the Importance qf the
law and the money It will so,vo the coun
try there Is no doubt that. congress will
Increase the appropriation when neces-
"Besides tho one already mentioned, an.
other amendment was made Just before
the bill became n law. This was to
satisfy constitutional objections, and it
provides that tho Imposition of fines' or
imprisonment for violation of the net
shall be in tho discretion of the court
VO - vVfc
Instead of the Department of Agricul
ture. In this connection It Is gratifying
to note that one of the most able law
yers In the country expressed thev opin
ion that the supreme court would sus
tain the Weeks-McLean law when he
heard the decision It has Just made In
favor of the constitutionality of the
white slave taw which was passed In
"Now that the principle of federal pro
tection of migrants has been recognized,
It should logically be extended to Inter
national protection. Hcnator Root has
Introduced a resolution requesting the
president to propose to ' other North
American countries the negotiation of
treaties for the mutual protection of
migratory birds. Senators Weeks and
MaLean are in favor of this proposal and
will prove powerful allies In getting t
through. The national association has
already commenced to lay plans, with
every hope that the same protection will
bo given to our migrants when they are
beyond our bordors that we have just
accorded them while they are with us."
All My Mends Marvel at the Way
Etnart'a Calcium Wafers Drove
Taos Ugly PlmplM Away.
Btjarti Calcium Wafers cleanse and
c r the blood, driving out all poisons
una Impurities. And you'll never have
a good complexion until the blood Is
These little wafers may be used with
perfect freedom. Science knows nq more
powerful blood cleanser. They are en
tirely free from harmful drugs or opiates.
Your doctors prescribes theso hundreds
of times a year.
Btuart'a Calcium Wafers go right Into
our blood. Their purifying, beneficial
effect upon the blood Is felt throughout
the body, not In a year or a month, but
In a few days. You feel better all over
bcraure jour blood, the Hfo-glvlng fluid,
U doing It work properly.
No matter bow bad your complexion
is btuart'a Calcium Wafers will work
wonders with It. You an get theso little
wonder-workers at your .druggist' for
W cent h package.
NEBRASKA DJUt, GROWING
Five New Chapters Are Organized
During Month of February.
MRS. NORTON IB MOST ACTIVE
Intercut la Now Centered In the
Continental Congress to Convene
at Washington the Week
or April 10.
The Nebraska, socletv nf h n.ii.ki...
of the American devolution has been
growing In a most remnrknhln v,
last month, notably so, aa no less than
flvo new chapters were organised In tho
month of February by the state regent.
diaries uuver Norton of Kearne
Mrs. Norton Is well equipped for this
part of tho Daughters of the American
devolution work, and has radiated her
enthusiasm to auch an extent, that during
ihm two years aa state regent eleven new
chapters have hn rnrm.i .L
- - -V--..VM, wuiii IliU
tfhuptra In th state and the member-
amp oemg nearly doubled, whloh will
give Nebraska a splendid working- force
the coming years.
The first chanter in h e.n,.
Callaway, February St. The new chapter
on Known aa -David Conklln chap
ter." and has the frlnlulnu- ffl...
under tho energetic leadership of Mrs.
rJZZZ?nh,?nA KtchorJ K. llrega. vloe
regent. Mrs. Cora A. Molyneaux: seore.
tary, airs, rtattle Decker Maryott; tltit
urer, Mrs. Winona Marshall Thornton-
V& jX'stJT kfri
David Conklln, for whom the chapter
la named, served aa a lieutenant In the
revolutionary War fmm Vnu. 1 . .
- - tun, aim
nine of th members of the chapter en.
i.reu ,ne society through hla service.
, On February 14 the state regent organ
Ixod at Lyons the Joslah Everett chap
ter. ta fourteen members all being Kver
etts, or married to JJveretts, and all but
two of the members enter through the
fcervico of Joslah Uverett, who served
both aa a minute man and s a marine In
tho atato of Massachusetts. Many applt
cntlons are being mado at Lyons and
some of the prospective- members were
Present at tho organisation, which par
took of the nature of a I(arge family
party, tho regent, Mrs. Ellse Orout
Everett, entertained her chapter at a de
lightful luncheon and the occasion whs
a most memorable one. The following
officer have beon appointed:
Regent, Mrs. Kllse Grout Bverett; vice
regent, Mrs. May Htllea; secretary, Miss
Clara Newmycr: treasurer. Mrs. Ethel
Newmyer; registrar, Mrs. Tressle Paine;
hJfl0r,?I.,Mr"' Ue,, haplaln, Mlsa
The-new chapter will be represented at
Washington. In the continental congress,
by Mrs. Uuth Everett Beck, wife of Cap
tain l'aul W. Beck, U. B. A., a daughUr
of the chapter regent and a member of
Bonneville chapter Is the name under
which the Lexington chapter waa
launched February 35. The chapter is
named for Captain Bonneville, the famous
explorer, who passed close to the site of
the present city of Lexington as tarly
aa 1831 oh his way to the far west. With
fifteen enthuslaatlo women banded to
gether this chapter will soon grow Into
one of the strong ohapters. A number
of applications, now being filled out. or
on their way to Washington, will Increase
the membership at an early date. The
following la a IWt of tha chapter otflceis;
Regent. Mrs. Eleanor Peale Baker; vice
regent, Mrs. Luella Reynolds Rpencer;
secretary, Mrs. Olga Martin MoFarland;
treasurer, Mra. Biva Bennett Evans; his
torian, Mrs. Ella Maxwell Cook; regis
trar, Mr. Mtna Mullln Volk; chaplain,
Mrs. Annette Mallett Jacobson.
The new chapter at Norfolk certainly
bears the palm for rapid organisation.
About ten days, after the preliminary
mooting, at which the state regent, Mr.
Norton, was present, nineteen member)
has been accepted by the national so
ciety in Washington and the "Nancy
Qary chapter" waa recorded, as organ
ised, with the following officers:
Regent. Mra. George N- Reels; vice
regent, Mr. Harriet Werrtek; secretary,
Mrs. C. H Reynolds; treasurer. Mrs. a.
D. Butterfleld: registrar, Mrs. E. E. Gil
lette; historian, Mrs. 8. B. Coon; chap
tain. Mrs. John it Hays.
With tta initial membership of nine
teen and stlx set of application paper
now In Washington to be passd upon at
i sj ::
Baw55 1 , Sk.
J sHHHIIHr i -'H'j -
23RS. CMS. OLIVER JTORTQUT
the April board meet, Norfolk bids fair
to become one of tho largest chapters in
the state outside of Omaha and Lincoln.
Nancy Gary, for whom the new chapter
takes Ita name, 1 the ancestor of bbvuiuI
of the members and was a most remark
able woman In an age of remarkable
women. The chapter has her picture and
a book recounting her deeds of patriot
ism and takes great prldo In their chap
February ST Stephen Bennett chapter
wn formed at Fairmont. This chapter
now haa sixteen members and a number
of others working out their lines of an
cestry. As with somo of the other chap
ters, this one took the name of the
revolutionary ancestor of a majority of
Its members. Stephen Bennett took part
In the battles of Harlem and White
Plains In the retreat from Long Island,
was In the battles of Trenton and Piinco
ton, Rrandywlne and Germantown, vas at
the siege of Fort Mifflin, was one of
General Putnam's guard when that offi
cer was driven down the rocks, was at
Stony Point, under Colonel Meigs and at
Yorkton at tha surrender of Cornwall!.
As the war ended about then Stephen
Bennett received an honorable dlschargu
and was pensioned In ICS. The regent has
appointed the following officers to guide
the destiny of the new chapter;
Regent, Miss Elizabeth Wright: vice
regent, Mrs. L. W, Frazler; aecretary,
Mlta Ethel Bmlth: treasurer, Mlsa Amy
mines; registrar, Airs. r reoericK uhapin;
historian, Miss Mary Badger.
Miss Wright wa admitted to the na
tional society within the last few months
and the chapter la the result of her
A new chapter also will soon be organ
ized at Plattsmouth. Mrs. Clara Street
Westcott Is the. organizing regent there
and haa the following eight members;
Mrs. Hilt Westcott, Mrs. Charles C. Par
mele. Miss Halllb Pannele, Miss Ellen
Pollock, Mrs. M. A. Street, Mrs. M. S.
Morgan, Miss Madeline Miner and MUs
A number of applications are In the
process of being completed and the new
chapter hopes to soon be recorded as
Nebraska's twenty-fifth chapter. Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, the
membership in the state having In
creased the last two yeara from 639 to
more than 1,(00.
Interest just now all over tho United
States In the ranks of the Daughters of
the American Revolution Is keen' In an
tlclpatlun of the Continental congress.
which convenes In Washington the week
of April 19. This Is tho election year for
national officers, and already there are
threo candidates In tho field for president
general. Mrs, John Miller Horton of Buf
falo, N. Y. Mra. Story of New York City
and Mrs. Bryan of Tennessoe.
For the last two years Nebraska has
been generously represented In the oon
grcss and this year Indications point to
a larger delegation than has ever been
Tho delegates for four of tho chapters
already are In Washington those for
Fort eKarnoy chapter, Kearney; Thirty
seventh Star chapter, McCook; Platte
chapter, Columbus, and Joafah Everett
Tho vice president general, Mrs. A. K.
Gault and the stato regent, Mrs. Charles
Oliver Norton, will leave for Washington
about April 10, The following chapters are
planning to send delegates: Omaha chap
ter and Major Isaac Sadler chapter,
Omaha;' Deborah Avery chapter nnd St.
Leger Cowley chapter, Lincoln; Eliza
beth Montague chapter, 'Beatrice; Reavts
Ashley chapter, Falls City, which will be
represented by the regent. Mrs. T. J.
Gist; Pawnee chapter, Fulterton, and
Margaret Holmes chapter, Seward.
Clin ultra Expected.
In addition to the election, which bids
fair to bo a very spirited contest, a num
ber of Important measures will come be
fore tho congress for consideration and
action and new bylaws are to be adopted,
embodying several radical changes.
Mrs. Charles Oliver Norton, state re
gent of the Daughters of the American
Bevolutlon, spent February id at Blair,
the guest of Mrs. Almee J. Kenny and
of Nl-ku-ml chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution, of which Miss
May Allen of Fort Calhoun, Is the chap
Following a beautifully appointed din
ner, a short talk was given by the state
regent, come delightful musical numbers
by Miss Kenny and a charmingly Inter
esting story of Nl-ku-ml, the Indian
woman for whom the chapter Is named,
was read telling of her romantto mar
riage with Dr. John Gale, who subse
quently abandoned her and the child
born to them, when the news camo to
him of his succession to the family es
tates In England, and how. In later years,
Nl-ku-ml, or NI-co-ml, as It is sometimes
spelled, bacame the wife of Mr, Peter
A. Sarpy, one of the ploneera of Ne
braska. On March 8 Mrs. Norton went to Water
town, S, V.. to be present at tho fifty
sixth wedding anniversary of her father
and mother, Judge and Mr. Elijah at
Upon that day Mrs Gove, who. Is the
chapter regent of Thirty-ninth Star chap
ter Daughters of the American Revolu
tion In Watertown, entertained the mem-
bars of her chapter; March 8 being also
the first anniversary of the founding of
the chapter, making a double celebration
of two notable events.
MIDLAND CAR WINS FIRST
PLACE IN TEVAS ROAD RACE
MOLING, HI.. March r.-The Midland
1913 roadster entered In the endurance
run finished last night 701 6-10 miles, it
was on Texas roads four days, carrying
women passenger. It won first place In
claw 3 In entlro contest, with fewest
penalties for mechanical trouble.
Simple Prescription Wonderful
Kidney an1 Bladder Core
The following simple prescription has
become famous on account of Ita re
markable cures in case of kidney and
bladder ailments. Get six ounce of good
pure gin and add to It one-half ounce
fluid extract Ruchu. Take on to two
teaspoonfuls of this mixture after each
meal and at bed time. It quickly re
lieves backache, rheumatlo pains In the
joints, and other well known symptoms
which can hardly be mentioned here.
The Ingredients can b had at any good
drug store and are easily mixed, Be
sure to use good purs gin. Also make
sum to use the genuine Murax Com
pound, which cornea In a sealed wooden
tube, as a substitute will not give the
The real serious forms of kidney dis
ease can be avoided If the above treat
ment Is taken In time. AttvertUeraent.
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