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TUB BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APBHj la 1013.
OMAHA MENJEE GOVERNOR
?y Visit to Lincoln to See About
Belief Bond Issue.
OE TORNADO SUFFERERS
JroTllon nt Measure Are that
Ootmtr llonrd Shall Kntne Vom
tn salon ,of FIto to Have
Charge of Iiimm,
(Prom a Statt Correspondent;
LINCOLN, Starch 51. '8peclAi.'-A spe
dal committee from Otsaha headed by
John U Kennedy, chalrvUw yaa In con
sultation with Governor Moi-ehead this
morning In regard to the Introduction of
r bill to provide means to reconstruct tho
homes recently destroyed In Omaha by
the tornado. Under tho law the bill will
be Introduced at the request of the gov.
The bill provides that the county hoird
of any county may have authority to
Issue county bonds to an amount not to
etceed S per cent of the assessed vat'm
tlon of the - county and not to exceed
$1,000,000 for the purpose of raising money
to be advanced or loaned to destitute
and needy Buffcroie. from cyclones, tor
tiadoes or windstorms In such counties.
No bonds shall be Issued until a major
ity of tho people at a special or general
election shall have voted In tho affirma
tive. The bonds shall bear' not mole
than 9 per cent Interest
The county board shall appoint a board
of five freeholders to have charge at
the loans, all of which shall be secured
by a note of the borrower and a mort
Kage on the property hte Is to rebuild.
The money Is to be used for the repair
nnd reconstruction of buildings de
stroyed by the tornado.
The bill Is for the special relief of tho
The committee which called on the
governor consisted of the following:
John I. Kennedy, J. A. nine, C. C.
George, H. Doorly, L. I Kountre, C. C.
Belden, C. M. "Wllhelm, J. A. C. Ken
nedy and George Magney.
The governor Intimated he would have
the bill Introduced.
CENSURED IN REPORT
(From a 8taff Correspondent)'
LINCOLN. March SI. (Special.) Tho
special committee appointed by the
speaker during the first days of tho ucs
lo to Investigate the water powers of
the state has finally got Us report really.
The report Is a lengthy compilation of
excerpts from speeches delivered by vari
ous people In the United States on tho
water power and Its great importance to
the people of the country.
" The State Board of Irrigation Is eoverely
criticised and Is charged with bavins;
given away the moat valuable water
power sites In the state of Nebraska and
that every franchise has been granted Hi
The committee recommends that the
attw.-ney general proceed In the courts
to. nullity these franchises and. horoafter
to safeguard the interests of the. state
He la a!ao Instructed to Intervene In Any
tittftMfcm Mitween the Commonwealth
Power syndicate and the Babcock-Do-harfcy
Wort to kill saloon
vote measure fails
District Court in
TECUM8BH, Keb.ltaroh 31.-(Spea'al.)
After being on trial In the Johnsoh
county district court for seven dnvs the
case wherein Uie Durllngton railway
company objects to the assessment made
agalnat It by the Johnson county drain
age board has been continued, tfrlefs
are to be submitted and Judge J. 11.
Raper says he thinks he will arrive at a
verdict within tho next month. For
twenty mites or moro the dralnngs dltoh
along the Nemaha river In this county
Is going to parallel the Burlington trackii.
The drainage board contends that tho
railroad is to be greatly benefited and
places the benefits at $1S,000, tho amount
of the assessment. Tho railroad com
pany says the ditch will be of no espe
cial benefit to It and objects to the as
sessment Tho case of Mrs. Marjorle Mclliughlln
against Pattlck McLaughlin for suparuta
maintenance was settled. Judge Jlaper
gave Mrs. McLaughlin fCOO and he gave
Mr. McLauglln a divorce.
Judge TUper has set next Wednesday
as the time for hearing the moMons tor
a new trial In the case of John C. Miller
against the Durllngton railway company.
This case was trlrd In the February term
of the court and both sides desire n, ncv
trial. Jblm C. Miller of Rtprilnf?. the
aged and infirm father of Guy II, Mllier, '
who was killed In the Burlington yatiia
In Lincoln on August II, 1911, brought
suit for damages for the life of the son
In the sum of $20,000. The case wo trle.'l
and the Jury brought In a verdict lor
S5.000. The Jury exonerated Ernest IS.
Lee, the engineer of the switch engine
which struck und killed young Miller.
The plaintiff desires a new trial for thu
purpose of Implicating Leo, while the do.
fondant railroad company wants to try
the suit again In tho hope of reducing tho
amount of the Judgment
OF MAKING OVERCHARGE
(From a Buff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., March 31.-(Speclat.)
Complaint has been made to the gov
ernor that an undertaker at Tutan Is tak
ing advantage of tho storm conditions
there and charging exorbitant prices for
his Work as undertaker.
Oswald MuiiJ of Lincoln, a brother-in-law
of Arthur Hammond, who, with his
wife and 7-month-old child were killed
In the cyclone whloh struck Ytttan a week
ago yesterday evening, went to that
town for the purpose of getting the
bodies of the victims and giving them
burial. He complains to tho governor
that the undertaker refused to do any
thing in the way of taking care of the
bodies until Murlal had given him a note
Lincoln undertakers say that the largest
amount that could have been charged for
the sorvloe ts KX. Much indignation is
manifest over the matter and will prob
ably lead to ah investigation.
(Tram Maff Correspondent)
r.ivrvll IV -March at (Special.) An.
attempt was made by Heaslaml of Lin
coln l Ul 8. V. 38S' thl' afternoon by a
motto t Indefinitely jwtrtpoho It when
it m rasrted by the standing commit
tiw for th pemrai file.
The bill was Introduced by Saunders of
XverttcUs and If pawed it will give Oman
thtfiteht t0 vote uon hour8 ot open
ing ad closing ot saloons In that ilty.
Howrtotf motion to indefinitely post
!ee failed to carry by a vote of 13 to l
NEW BOARD OF CONTROL
TO MEET WITH G0YERN0R
(From a Staff Correspondent)
' LINCOLN. March Sl.-(8peclal.)-As
aeon M th Board of Control bill has been
s4ive4 by the governor there will be a
snUmr of the board consisting of
Henry GerdW Howard Kennedy and 8.
A. HoJcaojb, who will conferr with Gov
ernor Mreh4 en. the work to be laid
out by the new teear.
Omsms H4 TMHibrs.
CHADHQW, Xsk., March JH. (Bpeclal.V
The feeMto. e)tel teachers encaged Fri
day nlsM far th eMNR year wens as
follows; Mri.tsn4.nt. S. IS. MJlls. Ml
ary'ralaa to ltJ wicleal, high echo?l,
r. o. Jaofcastt j anetiiUnt. Margaret Seeck;
IdkUn artwr. arUng; math
aanavttef, MiftrM Ttpiehieen5 grade
fcjaefeers, Armatrewe-, Bessie Fisher,
Clair Ifeownaw. erth' Mutton, Blanche
IwK IrM XeMy and Ruth Cockrell.
lt!H jKvWh and ethth grades not
Mu Vawtit In Meit.
TSCUMHKH, Neb March ai.-(Speclal.)
-White at ftork. abvut a gasoline engine
which was driving a wood saw, Albert
Albfi whose homo Is near Hallam, but
whe la the son of Mr. Frank Doenetn
pt thte vtelBtty, suffered serious Injury.
H waa caught by the bolt wheel and
W leg wa broken, his head injured and
KVa suffered Internal Injuries. Mr. Albers
tornai taken to a hospital In Beatrice ant
ATTORNEY GENERAL PLANS
TO MAKE TEST OF SUIT
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, March 31. (Speclal.)-At-torney
General Martin has concluded to
mnkh a test for tho state In tho suit
brought lost week by Joht( V. Thorp,
agent for a creamery company In Cum
ing county, who was nrrested on a
charge of making a false cream test by
Nels Hansen, at that time puro food
commissioner. Thorpe has since nued
Mr. Hansen for $50,000 for false arrest.
In the trial of Mr. Thorpe. Judce
Graves found tho defendant not guilty
and he was set fri. Tho attorney gen
eral believes that the law regarding tho
testing or cream Is good and will take
mo matter before the supreme court.
rs Seatraye by Lishtntnsr.
r,E ROCK, Neb., March. ?L (8pe-
WANV1 unusual uuiik tur it uunu-
be struck by lightening during
re snow aiorm. yei ine oarn ph
thy. east of Table Heck, was
, TlIRSr; w Hrhtntnar nnd u entirely da
nce tsr " " '
via mffsl together with tho contents on
m.,he4ay evening, wnua a wniiiv
' wstorrn was -prevailing.
Xte from Weatrlce.
BKATRICK, Nb., March St-(8pKlai.)
Tha Beairico relief fund for the Omaha
atom sufferers Saturday reached th 11,060
Mtrk. The funds were sant to Omaha
Mrs, Jaoobs. an pld resident of Olen
wood toth'.P. this "bounty, died. Friday
after a linger! tig Illness
JteeaBiliiie4 far m Good Reason.
a H. Grant, m Waverly 8t. Peoria,
till., Mys; "Raekache and congested kid
neys made we surfer Intense pains; Yfrs
atwy tk4 and floating specks both
red Tyok; Foley's Ktdnry Pills and
mvr Vj$ bHWevment after third day- X
iH n wrH aetlfely frred of all trouble
lit urte. Thf wEy I recommend
JPpley KMsar piia, They cured we."
For aal by M dealers cverywhere-Ad-
of April 6th
will include a special .
Containing Interesting Articles on
Luther Burbanks Cobless Corn
V His New Strawberries and Thornle'ss Blackberry ,; , - '
Fruit and Nut Trees Bearing Crops When Six Months Jj.: -
His Thornless, Fruit Bearing Cactus
A Quick Gfowing Walnut Tree h
r The Burbank Potato .
, ' . i . New Flowers ' - .
' ' and an explanation of his methods, together with as
special article by Elbert Hubbard ' s .
Printed in Natural Colors
included without extra cost with the issue of ' . '
Sunday, April 6 "
Fred M. Davis
ftp BwflK 2K2
2418 Cumins St.
YORK CITIZENS DONATE
EIGHT HUNDRED TO FUND
TOIIK, Neb., March 3l.-(Sncclal Tclo.
8ram.)-Citlxons of this city will forward
tomorrow morning WW for tho use of
the unfortunates of the Omaha tornado.
WUber Mrs Accidentally Killed. '
WILDER, Neb,, itarch 31.-(St)ecJal.l
Umll Bolska. about 23 vear nM
killed Saturday evenlnff In his barn on u '
farm two miles southwest of town. Jusj
Itow the accident happened Is not known, ,
wi ne went to tne barn to do some chores
and when he did not return to the house
ma brother went to tho barn and found
him dead, The presumption Is that ho
was killed by one of the horses. He was
Church Dedicated at York.
YORK, Neb., March 31.-(Speclal.)-The
First' Congregational church of York
was dedicated Sunday afternoon m
clock. Dr. Shlpherd of Uncoln preached
the dedicatory sermon, after which tr.
Newell of Chicago traVo n brief address.
The orljrlnKl cost, J3J.O00, has all been pro-
viaea xor and the bulldlni; practically
dedicated free of debt.
The Couab Remedy
Convenient Mid effective. Used for over KOyesrs
and still unrivaled. SSc COc, 1.00. Sample Free.
JOHN I. BROWN SON. oaton. Maw.
We havo a shoe fot
mall carriers, police
men and all men who.
Rre on their ,tt a
great deal, that will
Outwear any shoo you
ever had and is com
are bo good that son
of qur customers ot
from 12 to IS mdntfe)
service out ot each
pair. $10 worth for
1419 FaniK St
No young woman, In the joy cl
coming motherhood, should Dcjlect
to prepare her system, for tho'phycl
cal ordeal she is to undorco. The
health ot both herself and tne comlns
child depends largely upon the care
she bestows upon herself during the
waiting months. Mother's Friend
prepares the expectant inothor's sys
tem for the coming event, and Us uia
makes her comfortable during all the.
term. It works with and for nature,
and by gradually expanding all tin
sues, muscles and tendons, involved,
and keeping the breasts In good con
dition, brings the woman to the crisis
in splendid physical condition. The
b.aby, too, is more? apt to be perfect and
strong where the mother has thus
prepared herself for nature's supreme
function. No bettor advice could ba
gives a young expectant mother than
that she use Mother's Friend; It is a
medicine that has proton its yalus
la thousands ot
Friend A sold at
Write for tree
book for ex Piet
ist mothers which contains uct
valuable Information, and many euft
gectioM at a helpful aature,
s"RAe5MPsieJiJp BciTr cn Csb
T to BOB-aasKtfcers ts
Sl.OO) to saemaara SOo,
paid cash, saadletaa 1b.
cluflod. jlvl exyrlBCd
dootor In ohars Xoara 8
to B Sundays 1 to 3 V.X.
Suite 038 ea Slas.
A Great Farm Journal
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
STORAGE A VAN CO.
lEH eWHal j'tr4)tt)4llr1 B4Ce
Wlli-yi .-J- -j mi
llMMe Dewg. 1S1.
Bst Vitws t)f F
Omaha DiMtcr 1 Zf
Bent postpaid for 15o a set of
aeeo Howard St.
ZXTRATA9AKXA AXD VAVBSTXXiX.fi
A positive lausli riot with Abe Reynolds
Dan Coleman, May Florlno Linden and
Ueatrtco, rssttme violinist, Bocletv'a
fewest oraze, "TanBo -Dance' Beauty
cnorus or rair sraauates.
tsiUes' BUne Mating s Today
Worth CltsaMBg tha 3K11L"
Bally Mat. lOe
Tka Sail Wnti
u.b voanj aaie.
Dally at 2:80. 7:30. OiOO p. m. Benefit for
tornado victims Friday. Seats reserved
at both performances every evonlngy
"Worth citsaMBg' th
saa aMtd fare oasaedy,
THE ATE it
TOffXfHCT aad TVSSWAT Itsr.X.
Oluwlaa- Treasaaa yeata '
Za Xer e)ra4t laoees
in witshiss WEU'IIJA IXJFTUS, Mr, nJ
Carae4r Clrcw Idm O'Daj-, Th rtuos. Th Kour
rtettirt, Pth'i WMklr Rt1w. Prion: Mtl-
IfW. kill - .
U4 Bundr NUht W. ts, 10. T5. SAilAH
IllCRNniARDT 8 CATS NOW ON 8AIJS.
4'lhe ui cf trcml!(t.o it i
recutate tnaglnatltn b r
i..(e, usil Inttcad ofShMInc
fov tbtnat man . to ct
liH'ti a thru or,
1V a mlltr f lbo trr(
u luekwl HI, ttM rout,
trcm WOffrCEAl QCESCC
At: th rtartit Abtnt
r furl tf T
hsraalf asraln? Well
X arussi TTSai X MrUl
bt every dollar X
possess and a box
of TRUST BV8TXX
60 CItt AXE besldts
that wa will have a
blg-g'sr Omaha than
aver In a year or
John's Cigar Store,
16th and Harney Sts,
XOXXaXT AXiXi WXXK
Mi Units 1 Wadaasday Saturday
The Dawn of Tomorrow.
wsik Antxr. 6,
THE BOCXBTT COXSDT,
JUBT A WOMAX.
Mattaaa Today 3:30, ?oalrht 81 SO
.X.adlea' BaUy Dlroe M tints.
COsTKTBY.aTOBB fBIBAY WISXT
Mirvelois Bargain Offerings this Week
After Easter Sales at
Erory Dept. WKtmWTTKH New Jjdta AVIll
JdB Hands in lAV I 3 M mrKvrrv
MrftlH, This A I " I i I I a El SKnchUcm
VorU, White. I UKJlLl.
Striped Curtain Swisses, regu
lar 10c quality, on sale f
Tuesday, yard O C
Colored Curtain Scrims, regu
lar 20c values, on sale Tues
day, yard 12 W 4
Water Color Window Shades,
ft, long, 38-ln, vrlde, oa
sale Tuesday, 25c
S7x8A UrusMls Hui pretty
patterns, your chole6, Tues
day, each gt
CilMPalBl ewTiiwaos Cta7
rAHW TNCATSE " 'Wh0"t7avV I ilf
K. Cor. Madison and LaSalla Streets.
Chicago, or Tcal Agents.
IEMIISA mi WEST WMIS
Ak Isr llluux4 txpoklac.
The mayal Mail Mmm Baat Co.
aittrwa A Boa, aiU., i Sa. Xa SU
VMeJaUr Al ft(e)esMes TVeit A4)MbVV
Omaha Woman's Glub Benefit Performance
WtiRitlay Mitiin ail Night, April 2
A SEASON CYCM3 OF DANCING
BtraeUca of Mis Cflrxa.
THE 8IUNK OF BKN WOU
KASl'BHKRY SHRUK 8C.
THK QUEEN'S MK0BKXGKR
Btraotloa of BSW YTtOH.
ftie eo to SIM aal at W ofriaa.
$5.00 Waists $1.29 Mcssa
lines, OhiffonB and Nets,
made to sell at M A
$3 and $4, at .....sjafcU
$15 and $18 Taflorei
Suits at $8.95
Ovcf 200 of tjiem, pretty styles,
in Series, Whipcords and fancy
suitings, all newest design?,
made to sell at $15.00 and
cream serge skirts nevr 4U F
spring models, choice. if0e3
$15.00 Spring Ooats $7.95 Oov-
Come in Serges, tweeds and
fancies, including 100 pretty
new spring Models, t.4 QC
on sale," choice aCevvJ
$15.00 Spring Cot $7.98 Cor
erts, Serges, English Twesds,
otc, in most wanted colors and
styles, garments well if
worth $15.00, chbice. .W-t "5fv
Ohildrwi'g Drawee, in pitty
wash fabrics, all sizes,i5o
values, 50 doz. to 4f(L
White piques, heavy
weight suiting and skirt
ing, 35c values, yd. 25c
Sheer flaxons, a new round
thread weave, this
spring's fabric, 50o val
ues, yard 35c
All kind now white goods,
value? up to 19c, yard,
Irish Batiste, Handker
chief linen, pure flax,
worth 75c yard . . . .59c
thi IiRis.ii Iww
Heavy bleached muslin,
86 inch wide, 10c values,
Prints, perfect ; goods',
blues, gray andblaoku,
6p values 5C
58-irich bleached , table
damask, 39c value? 25 C'
Good Shaker flarlnels, 27
inch wide, 120 values,
Poplins, good colors, 19c
values . .12.VfiC'
Here's H&yden'a Grocery Priou for the People.
Price Out to the Lowest, to Help One and All'
A Saving of 25 to 50 Per Cent.
22 lbs. best granulated susar . .Sl.OO
48-lb. sacks best hlrh grade Dia
mond K flour, nothing finer for
bread, pies or cakes; Tuesday spe
cial, per sack 8XOO
10 bars Beat 'Em AH Diamond C or
Lienqx soap for .8So
10 Jbs. best white or yellow corn
ineal for .170
10 lbs. best rolled breakfast oatmeal
best hand picked navy beans
at ' ,...... . . .
s lbs. fancy Japan rioe
The best domestic macaroni, verrnl
cllll or spas-hettl for "M
7 lbs. best bulk laundry starch
8-lb. cane fancy sweet sugar corn So
2-lta. cans fancy wax, string, green
or lima beans for. ; 7rfo
The beat soda or oyster crackers, at,
per lb... y.. ...., .....,.;....eH
The best bulk; peanut butter, lb. lSHe
8 cans oil or mustard sardines -.ase
1-lb. cans assorted spupa, 7Uo
Jello, Jellycon or Adyo Jell, pkg. 7H8
1-lb. pkg. cornstarch to
Tall cans Alaska salmon ., lee
Peters' breakfast cocoa, lb seo
Choice California prunes, lb. So
Choice California peaches, lb. .7Ho '
3-Crown MUscatel raisins, ibr 7Ho .
Stereo Boutlon cubes, for beef tea,
13 cubes for , .350 '.
Xgg, Battsr and Cheese Vrloes for
The bat strictly fresh eggs, doren.
at ..v. ,.,.17We
Good table butter, lb. .'.so
Fancy dairy butter, lb. '....Mo
Country creamery butter, b. ,.;,eee
Full cream cheese, lb, .......... lsb
Taa agataMa.Karkat'f e taa OTh, i
18 lbs, Colorado potatoes ...... 1S
12 lbs, good cooking apples for Ne .
Large bunches' fresh beei, carrots,
turnips-,' radishes or shallots, bufich
New potatoes, lb. ,,..,7ie
IS lbs.' best red onions .-. .lie
Fre?h..splbach,, pt peck 18o
Fresh cabbage., per lb. ........... .la
Fresh rhubarb, per bunch ...... B ,
Fresh ripe tomatoes, per' lb, . ,le
Fresh grenLbans, lb. sea
Fresh asparagus, lb. ,....,...,,, aee''
Fresh cauliflower,, lb. . w . t .7J,o
2 heads fresh leaf lettuce '. ;5e
Large head lettuce ............ 7He
Fancy cucumbers, ea, IS, It Ho, lee
Try Hayden's First L
CALL TYLER 1024
Fire -Tornado Insurance
O'Neil's Real Estate & Insurance Agency
1505 PARNAM STEI15T.
2 for 25 03 ' .
YOV'hlj ADMIRE OUR EIXU3
WOOD COIUIK. ITS THE COU-j
RKCT HEIGHT AND 8TJTLE FOH
JEAML a WiLSOff,
MAKERS OF THOTff flBST PRODUCT.
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