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Political Attack, Says ,Ex-Superin-
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i ujuacni oi jn.carncy oonooi.
Extra Pnmp, Hp Snr, Wsm I'nr
chimed liy Commissioner Cowles
Defends Kmploj-iiicnt of
Wife nnd DnuKhtrra.
KEARNEY, Neb., April !2.-(Speclal.)
In an Interview with cx-Superlntendent
C. B. Manuel of the Industrial school at
this place, ho makes the following state
ments In reply to the charges preferred
ugalnst him by the special committee In
their report on their Investigation bc
lore the house Thursday.
"The report Is purely a political at
tack upon me, by the same crowd of
fellows who wore so free with their
toasts two years ago because of my re
fusal to support Jim Dahlman. It Is
n rehash- of supposedly crooked deals
because of which the committee Is very
much perturbed becauso they found them
"The system of bookkeeping Is the same
ns has been 1 nvogue for years, and has
been approved by the board, and every
dollar of receipts and expenditures have
been recorded. Receipts are on file for
ell monies received and the records show
from whence the monies came.
"All cattle that were sold was under
the sanction of the board of public lands
nnd buildings. It Is true that calves and
cows were sold, but this stock had been
gone over by the board and they were
told what yould bo secured for the stuff
and when the money was turned over Mr.
Cowles heartily approved the transaction.
Hogs were sold at varlos times and tha
highest market value was obtained, If
tho committee had turned to the ledger
they would have found an account opened
with Mr. Falrchllds In which he bought
h. cow and several other Items. These
were paid for out of his salary month by
inontfi and the money turned Into the
cash fund and all accounted for.
TraTelluir Uxpcnse.
In order to make a bIiuw.ii the com
mittee charges me up with traveling ex
penses and lncludo in this all office In
cidentals such as postage, stationery, re
wards for escapes, automobile hire, car
fare for officers who returned boys, etc.
less than SO per cent of this amount can
rightfully be charged as traveling ex
penses and several other officers mado
other, trips and these are charged to me.
I notice an item of $125 for a trip to Chi
cago. If the committeo cared to be
truthful it would have TJIscovered that I
made but one trip to Chicago and that
tho expenses of that trip were paid by
the mother of the boy, I went nfter and
the records so show, The committee Is
in error when they say that I made pur
chases without tho proper requisitions
from the board for all these requisitions
are on file at the Institution and clearly
give me authority to make purchases. Tho
committee found a pump, and as Manuel.
Is to be made tho scapegoat he must be
charged up with making "the purchase.
Here again if the committee had con
sulted trie recprds It would have found
ample authority for mo making the pur
chase. This was done In consultation
with Edward P. Schurlg, engineer em
ployed by the board. About a week after
this purchase was made Mr, Cowles mide
a second purchase of a pump without our
knowledge and when his attention was
called to the fact .that we had two
pumps he said we could use It as an
extra or at another Institution. If any
one Is blameable for tho purchase It Is
Mr. Cowles and not Mr. Manuel.
nentliiK Typewriters.
"There a no record to substantiate the
charge that the stenographers were com
pelled to rent their typewriters from me.
That two of them did rent a machine
from me I do not deny and that they paid
me for It I do not deny. It was their
own Individual concern. They could not
use the old Smith-Premier and the board
would not give the permit to purchase u
new machine. Stenographers when hired
were given to understand that they must
furnish their own machines. It made no
difference to me from whom they rented.
Tn regard to the employment of my wlf.i
and daughters the matter Is too trivial
to mention. The superintendent's wife
has always been the matron of the Insti
tution anf" draws the magnlflclent salary
of $25 per month. The daughter that
drew $33 per month filled the places of
three women, one of which would havo
drawn $18.66, another $13.35, and the other
$5. By her doing the work the stito
saved the board of two people and re
ceived the full value for the money thus
"The charge that I purchased a Jiorao
for the exclusive use of my daughter is
a malicious falsehood. The horse was
used for a driving horse by me and wus
not driven by my daughter a dozen times
In all.
"If the committee wished to be fair it
would have read the biennial reports that
I have filed with tho Board of Public
Lands and Buildings. More than $15,000
of the present deficiency was caused by
the board Installing a new" heating plant
at the school.
Itont fur Plucek.
"The chairman nf the committee. Mr.
I'lnceKi'iaceK, nas mauu a super-numnu
effort to besmirch my character und for
no other reason than the one of refusing
to swallow the whole dmocratlc debauch
for two years ago. The Investigation at
the school was a farce. AVhen asked by
other memebrs of the committee and by
Superintendent Clark to call me to the
school, Mr. Placek did not want to sen
me at all. He could have written Just as
good a report In his room at the Lincoln
hotel and It would havo been founded on
Just us much facts as the reports he has
written. His report Is one-third imagl-
nary and two-thirds malice. If there were
were any facts in the charges made the
attorney general would have been prose
cuting me long ago."
Morntniralde "Wins.
AMES, la., April 12 -(Speclal Telegraai.)
D. L. wickens of Mornlngslde college
with "The New Patriotism." won first
In the Iowa Intercollegiate peace oratori
cal contest here tonight. Parsons und
Ames tied for second. Eight colleges com
eted. Wickens will represent Iova In
ihe western United States section -f the
National Oratorical contest In New York
' May.
Weta t'nrr)' llloowf leld,
HLOOMFIELD, Neb., April 12. (Special
Telegram.)-The wets carried Bloomfleld
at the special election here yesterday
ly a vote of 199 to 90.
State University
Will Give Benefit
For Storm Victims
LINCOLN, April 12.-Spcclnl.)-The fol
lowing circular was Issued here yoster
To All Members of the University
Arrangements nave been made for a spe
cial Convocation nt lit n m mi Vilnorinv.
April 15, In tne Temple theater for tho
nenem o: tne umaha tornado sufferers,
will you kindly do all In your power to
help make this occasion a complete suc
cess? 'iho program for the occasion will
be a presentation of Wagner's "Ijohcn
grln 1 by the university ihorutt. orchestra
and soloists. The admission fee will be
2o Cfnts. Tickets will be put on sale at
the university temple on Saturday morn
ing. All university activities will be
clostri for the occasion.
Chalrmnn Convocation Committeo.
Approved S. AVERY.
Kearney Lighting
Litigation Tied Up
KEARNEY. Neb.. April 12. (Special.)
With the action of the supreme court in
refusing to advance In tho case of Brown
field against the city attorney of
Kearney, the hands of the city are tied
In the matter of a munlcipul lighting
plant. This decision settles the matter
for two years until which time tho city
can do nothing. At this tlmo the ctty
has no contract for 'light with tho local
company, which was recently refused a
franchise by tho voters of the city and
It Is a question whether the council can
legally pay the monthly bills for lighting
tho streets to this company.
NEBRASKA CITY, Nob.. April 12
(Speclal.) Clinton Smith, Who was ur.
rested some time since charged with
carrying concealed weapons, plerded
guilty before Judge H. D. Travis and
was fined $200. Judge Travis snys tn tho
future all weapon-carriers that are ar
rested and -brought before him will not
be fined, but will ' get tho penitentiary
Paul L. Horstman and Miss Freda J.
Steffens were married today at tho
church near Lorton. The young couple
are quite wealthy and will make their
home on a farm near Lorton owned by
the groom.
An Informal meeting of Company C waj
held last evenlnir. In which thev
Joined by a number of citizens, at whtc!
time they celebrated the passage of the
bill for a new armory to be erected In
tne eastern part of tho city, which jvl.l
cost something' above what the state ap-propriated-$20,000.
W. D. Hollobaugh and wife yestetdnv
celebrated their fortieth wedding anni
versary at their home In this city. All
of their children were present. The
Woman's Relief Corps, some forty strong,
Was Present nnrl mtnlfttftil tn tha AvA
"Mr. and Mrs. Hollobaugh have beon res-
ments ot this city for the last thirty-five
At a meeting of .Nuckolls lodgo No 1,
Ancient Order United Workmen, the fol
lowing delegates to tho -Brand lodge 'wore
eiocted: M. W. Nelhart. Frank II. Mar
nell, Ed C. Hock, 1 A. Prue, M. L Cran
dall and R. O. Marnell; alternates, R 11.
Klcketts, H. Bourller, R. Laidlaw, 1).
O'Brien, Fred Helller and James Rush.
Roy A. Mapes of Fremont and Miss
Mario McKay of this city were married
last evening. at the Catholic rectory by
Father Bosslnger of St. Mary's Catholic
church. They have gone on their wed
ding trip and will make their future home
at Fremont.
WEST POINT. Neb., April 12.-(SpeciaI.)
The home of Mrs. Charles Ackermann
north of town, was tho scene of a pretty
homo wedding on Wednesday when rhe
gavo her daughter, Miss Pearl, In mar
riage to Earl S. Kloeman of Scrlbner.
Tho bridal. pair were attended by Leroy
Klecman and Miss Laura Ackermann.
Rev. E. E. Schaefer of Bemer, pastor
of tho Methodist Episcopal church, per
formed the ceremony. The young couple
will reside on their farm near Snyder,
Dodge county.
H. E. C. Torell, the photographer, has
sold his gallery and business to Joseph
Bethschelder of Humphrey.
Rev. A. Wlchelt, pastor of the Evan
gelical Association church, has been re
appointed to the charge at West Point
and will remain at least another year.
Peter Rlef, one of tho wealthiest farm
ers and large land ownerfc of Cuming
county, Is about to depart for. a new homo
In California.
PLATTSMOUTII. Neb., April 12. (Spe
cial.) The canvassing board, composed of
County Clerk Morgan, John Tlghe of
Manley and G. L. Early of Plattsmouth
canvassed the vote of the special election
which was held last Tuesday for the pur
pose of voting a new Jail. The official
count showed 1,920 for and 1.667 against
the proposition giving the county the
ney Jail by 25J majority. . The vote last
November when the proposition for
$20,000 In bonds voted was 1,910 for and
2,332 against, there being only four more
for the proposition now than in Novem
ber, but a large vote against did not turn
out at the April election.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
AUBURN, Neb., April 12.-(Speclal.)-Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Berlet start for New
York tomorrow to meet their daughter,
Mrs. J. Emmerson Taylor, who will ar
rive there the latter part of next week
with the body of her husband, the United
States consul at Trinidad. Mr. Berlet
received a telegraph from Secretary of
State William J. Bryan, announcing that
the expenses of preparation and ship
ment of the body and interment will be
borne by the government. Mr. Taylor
resided at Lyons, Neb., and was about 40
years ot age. He was appointed by
President Taft to a 'diplomatic post at
Btavenger, Norway, and 'last year was
promoted to consul at Trinidad.
Persistent Advertising U the Road to
Big Retu
Huge masses of Ico were piling up
ngalnst tho temporary supports of the
new county bridge over tho Elkhorn river
Mtst of Elk City three weeks ago. it
becamo necessary to dynamite the gorge.
For n day and a night heavy chnrges
of explosives broko tho stillness with
roars and the crash of splintering Ice.
Three hundred pounds of 00 per cent dy
namite wero used. Great fragments of
the Jam wero thrown sixty feet above
the river far above the heads of Inc
Officers with Subpoenas Cause a
Sensation in Fashionable Places.
Women with SluiutnliiK Parties In
Tenderloin Districts Go Into
Hysterica When Officers
Cloae the Doors,
CHICAGO, April 12. Agents of the Illi
nois vice commission late lost night and
early today brought consternation to the
fashionable guests ot two aowntown
restaurants Rector's nnd the States
ngalnBt whose reputations there rested
no question except tho nature of their
cabaret entertainments.
From these cafes only the managers and
members of the cabaret shows were
subpoenaed. They were questioned by
the vice commission ns to suggestive
songs which are alfeged features of caba
rets. From tho tenderloin men and women
slghtsecrers out "slumming" were gath
ered and brought' beforo the commission.
One woman, In hysterical fear of dis
grace, tried to Jump from a window when
the Invaders with the!- subpoenaes
reached a restaurant In the vice district.
Another fell on her knees and wept. A
man Jammed a roll of bills Into the
hands of an officer.
"Tuko this, for God's sake," he cried,
"and lot my party go. You don't know
what this means."
Officers kept the rushing mob some
weeping, some laughing .hysterically
from the doors and finally restorod order.
Then they were bundled Into automobiles
and taken downtown.
neatnnrnnt Ilnalnesa Deifcnerntea.
From some of them the senators drew
reluctant admissions that a few of the
songs and dances "might be" suggestive
and "perhaps" had a bad effect upon
tho diners. A girl singer, crying as she
testified, asserted she never would sing
"In My Harem," a song Lieutenant
Governor O'Hura was particularly In
quisitive about. The manager of a well
known restaurant said the restaurant
business had degenerated Into a vaude
ville show and he did not know when it
would stop.
After Investigators und members ot a
"slumming party" said they had heard
an Improper song in a place on Twenty
first street, the commission voted to re
commend to Mayor Harrison that the
cafe's license be revoked and will cull
the attention of the state's attorney to
the testimony of the manager, who said
nothing Indecent went on. Senator Beall
said he saw girls not more than 15 or 16
years old imbibing mixed drinks tn the
Omaha's Quality Laundry
Is On the Warpath
Not for your scalp but for your business. We think wo
deserve it for the caro we exercise in handling all linens nnd
the manner of delivery that wil' please the most fastidious,
A trial convinces.
Telephone Douglas 2560
Bridge Over
crowds of spectators on the banks, and
twenty feet higher than tho top of a pllo
driver on tho bridge.
Efforts by tho contractors to complete
tho structuro before tho Ice began tu
move this Bprlng had failed. When a
gorgo at Arlington brldgo, further up the
stream where tho Northwestern railroad
crojscs tho river, was broken, tho jam
was transferred to tho Elk City brldgo.
Tho "false work," on which most of tha
weight of tho structure Is still resting,
cafe, and some of them were more or less
Dnncea nntl Sonira Snsruentlve.
Mrs. Maud Jos-phl described the sing
ing and dances at a downtown rcatiu,
rant. She said that in ono dance tho per.
former "might Just as well have had no
skirts nt all." She stated that a rrlrl
did an oriental dance wearing pink tight
and "a sort of a skirt of black chiffon "
She said she thought the dance was rug.
gestlve, Judging from the remarks mvto
by male diners at nearby tables. She
Bald a couple did a fancy dance, a com.
blnation between the "tango" and the
'.'Was It art or suggestion?" asked Lleli
tenant Governor O'Hara. ,
"Thoro was no art tn It." Sho said
such a dance might not have an effect
on a young woman, but sho would "njt
want to risk It." The performers then
led a free-for-all dance on a space mado
by clearing away tables, she said,
"There was one girl about 19, who
danced a peculiar kind of a danco for .1
public exhibition," she said. "Her part
ner held her at arm's length and at In
tervals would suddenly embrace her. No.
thero wasn't any urt In It."
Opinion of Performer.
Tho professionals who led this free-for-all
dance said they had tried to elimi
nate anything that might appear sensual
In their act, but admitted they micht
not have been entirely successful,
"Don't you think that where you seu
art others might see vice?" asked Mr,
"I guess It appeals differently, but 1
don't Beo nnythlng obscene about It "
O. B. Stlpsou, manager of another
downtown restaurant, asserted he biiBl
ness had degenerated into a show bin!,
ness, but ho had to put up a flrst-cass
cabaret to get the trade. Ho was of the
opinion that some of the songs have rfjna
too far, and that he did not allow "In
My Harem" to bo sung In his restaurants.
He said that the girls did tho dances In
the aisles, but they never got "raw "
J, A, Buckstaff Dies
Suddenly at Lincoln
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 12.-(Speclal Telegrnin )
J. A. Buckstaff, owner of Capitol beach
and an old resident of Lincoln, fell 1jad
this morning when entering the dining
loom ut tho Uncoln hotel. Heart disease
wus the cause.
Post Card E.tnrn.d from Iowa Miss
Evelyn Roeeslg, 4830 Hickory street, has
recovered a prized postal card which was
In her homo before it was destroyed by
the tornado. The card was returned to
her from Manson, la.,' a town about 120
miles east of Omaha.
Elkhorn at Elk
was threatened until tho Ico wus so
broken up that It could iuism butwceii
thu piles driven Into tho rlvrr bed. A
year ago an uncompleted bridge, like tills
one, mado of concrete and steal, vah
carried out by the flood nnd burled tu
tho quicksands under tho river. The
present bridge Is 3M feet long and sixteen
(tut wide, nnd tho ono which was lost
wus almost ntt large.
It Is known as the Elk City bridge be
cause It Is near tho town ot that uamo.
Is Is about two miles west nnd north of
tho village, on tho military road tho old
"overland trull." Tho object of tho dy
tiamlta crew nlwuys wus to find the ' key
plecn" III tho gorge, tho particular blocic
ot Ico which, llko tho keystone of un
inch, was holding the entlro mass In
plnce. Ono of the crew would "plant" a
big charge, pile a block of Ico over It
and hurriedly mako his escape while the
fuso burned. Often a hole twenty feet
squaro was torn In tho solid Ice. Tho
explosion would shatter tho gorge for J00
feet around. If It was n successful
chargo tho Ico field would move on and
tho crew would havo only to watch till
another Jain occurred when tho operation
was repeated. Often repeated charges
wero nccesBury.
A largo number of persons continually
watched tho explosions without much, re
striction bring placed upon them except
that they wero not permitted upon tho
bridge. Dynamite Is preferred bb an cx
ploslvo for this kind of work to the
Ovedio Describes
Alleged Murder of
Madero and Suarez
NEW ORLEANS, La April 12. Martins
Ovlcdo, former provisional secretory to
President Madero of Mexico, arrived hero
today with a sensational narratlvo of the
mnnncr on which Madero and his vice
president, Pino Buarei, met tholr death.
Oviedo declared two rurales performed
the executions on the direct order of their
superior and that later they were put to
death to seal their lips.
After Oviedo escaped from Mexico City
he Joined the Carranctstas In Coahutla.
Senor Oviedo reltonated a report that
tho Investigation of the killing of Madero
and Suarez had revonled that both, while
prisoners in the national palace, had been
given narcotics In their food and shot to
death while unconscious In their beds.
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in solid and crotch veneer mahogany, in tho white unfinished state. It's a vory un
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It j
other forms of nitroglycerin because it
In less likely to cause Injury to Mic
wrcckors or spectators, it directs its
energy to the body which Is to be moved
or destroyed to a greater extent thin
other explosives, and until It Is com
pressed In a cartridge or otherwise will
not explode when It comes In contact
with fire. I,oose dynamite will bum with
less manifestation of force than gunpow
der when a match Is applied to It. ,
Tho Klk City bridge now Is safe unless
tho Elkhorn river rises to such n
flood stage later this prlng as It
did last year when tho other brldgo
wos carried awoy. Even then this one
probably would stnnd, for It Is In a more
advanced stago of construction. It will
bo completed early next summer. No
trnfflo can cross tho Elkhorn nt that
point now. A temporary bridge stood
thoro last year but was removed whon
construction of tho permanent ono was
The county Is having the bridge built
by n contractor. Though any financial
loss resulting from the Ico Jam would
' nvo been borne by the latter, the county
!s Interested in having the brldgo com
pleted nn soon an possible, and 'he
county surveyor's office has been keep
ing close watch of Its construction.
Deputy Surveyor Louis K. Adams has
been charged with tho overseeing of the.
Job and has kept close watch of It
through personal Inspection and through
field deputies.
Their bodies were soon thereafter placed
in un automobile and taken near tho
penitentiary, ho said, where tho Huertn
government nssertod they were killed by
guards when at attempt was mado to
liberate them.
"The two rurales who killed Presllflnt
Madero nnd Vice President Suarez anted
on direct orderH of Captain Cardenas of
the rural'e corps, who was afterward pro.
muted by' Huertn to tho position of colo
nel and given a largo sum of money for
the part he played In tho deed," declared
Oviedo. '
"The two rurales were shot to death
outside tho prison. Cardenas afterward
'said that the blood of theso two tools of
tho assassin was the blood ot Madero
and Suarez," concludod Oviedo.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
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Congress at St. Louis Wants New
Cabinet Position.
tleitnrtment Wonlil HnTe Charite ot
I.cvrea ntul Work of llrrlnmn
tlun nf Nnmiip I.nndu of
the Conntr)'.
ST IXJUIS, April 12.-Tho National
Drnlnngo congress today defeated a reso
lution calling for a federal appropriation
for tho work of the Mississippi River
commission, nnd adopted a resolution
catling Instead for the creation of a de
partment of public works' under a cab-
Inet member
The resolution for n federal approprla.
J tlnn for the work on the Mtsrisslppl
Rlvir commission was Introduced by
Representative R. It. Oliver ot Capo Gir
ardeau, Mo.
The resolution called for "such sums as
may he necessary" to enable the Missis
sippi River commlslon to carry out the
work It tins "so wisely planned for con
trotlng the floods and preventing bank
erosion In the. Mississippi river and pro
tecting tho lives ond property of tha
dwellers In the region contiguous to that
An for Flood Control,
Tho congress then adopted resolution!
asking "the Immediate consideration of
adequate provision for flood control, for
the regulation and control of stream
flow und for tho reclamation of swamp
and overflow lands," nnd In furtherance
asked the natlopal congress "to create a
body which will put In effect at the ear
liest possible moment such plans In co
operation with the several states and
other agencies as will meet the nerds ot
tin several localities."
Tho resolution adopted says "that the
most effectual and direct means wilt be
the establishment of a department ot
public works, with a secretary In charge
thereof, who shall be a member of the
president's cabinet."
"Wo further believe," says the resolu
tion, "that the problem ot flood control
can best bo conducted under the im
mediate supervision of the president ot
the United States."
David R. Francis received a telegram
from Washington, giving assurance of
the active support of the administration
in the work of flood control.
The telegram was read at the closing
session today, but tha name ot the sender
was not given.
The telegram stated that the president
would gtvo earnest consideration to tho
suggestion of a department of publlo
works, but would not commit himself
until ha had given further study to tho
Mrs. Ilenrr Moullcr.
FAIRBURY, Neb., April U-fSpeabal.)
Mrs. Henry Moullrr, a pioneer of Jef
ferso ncounty, succumbed to tho effects
of a three months' Illness at her homa
near Plymouth, northwest ot here. Death
wus attributed to old age aud general
.debility. Mrs. Mouller was a native of
Charlotta, Germany, and was born July
6, NOG. She was married to Henry MouL
ler in IMS and in 18S2 Mr. and Mrs.
Mouller loft oQrmany and came to the
Unltod States, iocntlng on a homestead
near Plymouth.
Alfredo Jnnnetta.. '
LOS ANOELES. Cal., April 11 Alfredo
Jnnnetta, a well known Italian musician
and composer of tha opera "Alldor,"
died hero last night. He was 76 years
old nnd a native of Capua, Italy. Ho
camo to this country In 188G.
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Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising.