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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1913.
KING AK AND THAT DAH0EYJS5J? JKf
TAX COMMISSION COMING
Will Hear Views of Taxpayers of
At VUiUilLEiivwJLAIj UliUi) XUiAXi
Mm. Paul OcUohmann Before Wom
en's Christian Temperance Union.
City of Omaha.
TELLS OF THE THINGS SHE SAW
GETTING TIPS ON METHODS
n t vt C.
October is the Month for Suits
Our Showing of Suits Is Complete in Every Respect
Now arrivals of late Suit Styles, including those with,
short length jackets. All of our suits nro hand tailored
No extra charge for alterations.
Our display of Coats la very attractive, especially the
Children's Coats; sizes 8 to 15 years
Poaltlon In Endorsed br Union anil
Then the- Blemher Ilpnr from
Sir. High on (he Temper
$6.50 to $11.50
TEE STORE FOR SHIRTWAISTS -are
HOWARD i AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
The Omaha Women' Christian Tem
perance union not only endorsed the,
stand which his been taken by Mrs. Paul
Oetaohmann, member of the Social Serv
ice board, regarding the conduct at the
Ak-Sar-Bcn ball last Friday evenlnf, but
highly commended It, at the meeting- of
the union Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. J.'M. McKlttrlck, president, had
asked Mr. Oetschmann to bo present
and say a few words regarding the po
sition she had taken.
"What I havo said Is true regarding
the dancing1 at the Ak-Sor-Ben ball,"
said Mrs. Oetschmann. 'The women
who remained until 1:30 o'clock Saturday
morning were dancing with their hair
flying and they looked like Apache In
dians. I wa astonished, to say tli
"In Germany the officer In the army
feol the responsibility of wearing the
uniform and I greatly deplore what I
saw that evening In the conduct of the
United State array officer.
"What I have said In the press ha
not been made strong enough and I am
glad to know that your society Is in
sympathy with the stand I have taken
regarding the dancing of the society men
and women at the Ak-Bar-Ben ball."
In speaking of the liquor laws Mrs. (Continued from Page One.)
Oetschmann said that they were a farce I. ... nn,, nra mn,, hv .,,,
and wen. not kept. "That night at the plalntlff , pur,uanc, of a combination
uau i uuuorBiiuiu ititiv pujo vora .iciiitv
Hope (o necommend Lea Cnmber
otne System of Gathering Iter
rune in (he Next State
CHARLES F. WELAJSIt.
New York City.
MRS, PAUL'S EFFORTS
TO EXTORT MORE CASH
WILL BE MET IN COURT
lng champagne at 1:39 o'clock and yet
there was nothing done about this."
mm NEGRAS IS TAKEN JUDGE FREES PRISONERS
Conner Provisional Capital of Con- Humphries Porestalls Governor, Who
Decides to Take Hand.
IKSUKfcECTQS ABANDON CITY
Jtepert Reaches tl Jaata at EI
Paao that Tsrreoa I Fallen
After Rattle LaaUns; Thir
THIRTY-SEVEN TURNED LOOSE
Cdltora of Three Seattle Newspapers
Ask Executive (o rardon Social
ists, Baying Jnrtst Mentally
Unfitted for Place.
PIEDRAB NEQRAS, Mexico, Oct 8,
Without firing a shot federal soldUr
took polon of Pledra Negras, erst-
and conspiracy between said plaintiff and
the said Clarence Wiley to wrongfully
.Tfnrt nml hi n nlimatl mfln.v nut of thtfl
r. A. High, district superintendent of ... ..,, fh, ,n nu,.nnPa nt ,aM
the Anti-Saloon league, addressed the comblnatlon conspiracy and the mak
society. He stated that the work of the , , ,rtl. ho.. ,, nv
league wa for the abolition of the sa- I a,,, plalntff to maka pub0 Bala charges
icon unu lOiiuwiiiK l mm siuiiviuviiw um
neany enaorsemeni 01 in eocieijr ranutatlon of thla defendant.
given Jur. lllgn. Ith. ...j ,,i.nff hna nlrftarlv wronirfullv
Blocked by the Women. extorted and blackmailed the defendant
"We would have started our campaign 0ut of large auma of money, which were
for state-wide prohibition this year had paid to her to avoid scandal and the mak-
It not been for the women, but they I ng publlo of ald charges, notwlthstand
blocked us. line the fact that sold charges ware false
Xast winter when I was In LlnoolnUnd untrue In every particular, and in
the suffragist come to me and asked (consideration of the money so paid to her
me ll tne Anu-naioon league wouia noi by this defendant the saiu piainuii on
postpone It campaign two years, as they 0r about the 8th day of November, Ulz,
wished to itart the campaign for uf- rjRde. executed and delivered to the de
frage this fall. Wo gave way to the fendant her written release acknowledge
women and will do all we can to help hng settlement and payment In full by
them win, a they promised us to do said defendant of any and all claims and
In our campaign." demands of whatever nature and kind
Following the address by Mr. High, he Uti had or claimed to have against the
waa asked several questions. Mr. Peter defendant."
Ediing askea mm wny me memoers 01 gome of the p,.eT0 operation
tho league would not help tho Women The Drevlous oayment referred to of
Christian Temperance union when re- various aiims to ahut off threat of the
quests of It were made when the law blackmailer are understood to have been
wa violated. I made on demand of Mr. Paul on behalf
"Do we havo to stand Dy ana ciose of thd boV( and a hl, guardian, the
our eyes," sold Mr. Baling, ana ece prMent ,ult Bt,ttln: up claim for herself
men and women go Into saloons through M motnor of tha boy, and In each
me wick aoor on ounaay anu s, n.tnce Mrs. Paul ha come to the front
llQUOrT" ' 1.,xii..Y. n .11. .ttnm.v 1T-
To this Inquiry Mr. High replied that . nt nmmnt.A hv inde.
ii aio. no gooa iu m. ur . p DttXter and tho second time by
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct .-Buperlor
Judce John E. Humphries Istued an
Order late tods.y releasing the thlrty-on latlon of the liquor law, as there Attorney It. H, Olmsted, while the pre
The State Tax commission, which Is
trying to dovlse a more practicable and
Just system of taxation for Nebraska,
will sit In' Omaha for one week some time
within the next few months to hear the
suggestions of Omaha and Douglas county
people on taxation systems. This waa
announced by C. W, Sears of South
Omaha, a member of the commission, In
his talk before the Economic league at
the court house last night The league
empowered the president to appoint a
committee to meet the commission when
The league did not go on record aa fa
voring any particular system, but ths
president Is to appoint a representative
body of men from the membership to.
dlscusi taxation with the commission.
When the commission comes It will
meet the Commercial club, the Economic
league and various organtzatlcna and In
dividuals that are to come before It at
the meetings. Mr. Sears says the com
mission Is securing copies of the reve
nue laws of all the state of the Union
with a view to selecting the best of alt.
And the stuff wo will throw out" he
added, "will make a pile mightier than
Mr. Sear read a letter from W. O. ure.
county treasurer of Douglas county, In
which Mr. Ure pointed out,the nine dis
tinct steps necessary in gathering the
taxes under the present cumbersome sys
tem. Mr. Ure's letter referred to this a
an awkward system of red tape. An
other lettev from Senator Cordeal was
read showing tho senator greatly In favor
of the single tax doctrine.
The commission meets the first and
third Friday of each month In the senate
chamber In Lincoln. On request they will
go out to various point In the state
with some of these meetings. Thus they
have accented Invitations to meet at
Scott's Bluff, Grand Island, Alliance,
Omaha and other point in the state, so
that tho property owner of various aec
tlon of the state may come before them
to present their view.
,wktl yytnUfifti e.ltl at the coiHtl-tu- 1 mon' and ytomtn pcaHst confined' in the not a court In the city, where , convlc- ent ttCuoh Is brought through Attorney
,twttHy .WV 'todWy and' end ed the.vle- county Jail for talking IjmK" ''! him tlon coild be hod. He stated that, when T i,rUy. -
'tarjoua ware of the government army, w.nen tney.were arraignea rof coniompi staie-wiao pronimuon w. n.. inclaet.ny. t i Uio ame Mrs, Paul
,Uir General Mai throWh the; statfl of court, 'ludge Humphries JthUs fore,- would be way of controlling such con- who d yonj night" '-with
or tjoanuua, me nome or veneusuano I aiaiieo uovomor wsier, wn? wm on aiuona wiu vmpm """ money claimed a security for the bond
Carranxa, revolutionary commander-ln
I Except for four stragglers who were
cui aown oy icaerai cavair wnue iney
wore attempting to escape across the
fecrier, all of the constitutionally'
i troops Cn Pledras Negra inarched away
with tho approach of the government
Army. They were not pursued.
The federals were sighted shortly after
tnoon on a hilltop two miles south of ths
way to Seattle to devise ways and means
of releasing the prisoner and to confer
with two King county judges relative
to possible proceeding for the removal !
of Judge Humphries.
Ths court's, action disposed of the last
of the contempt casos resulting from the
wholesale signing of "resolutions of de
fiance" of anti-street speaking Injunc
tions Untied by Judgo Humphries.
To Confer irtth Judaea.
OLTMPIA, Wash., Oct 7.-Oovernor
until that time come.
Black Hills Jurors
Eef use to Obey Court
8TUIUJIS, S. D Oct .-(Bpectal Tele
gram.) A Jruy In circuit court here re
fused today to return a verdict instructed
by the Judge In favor of Henry O. Ander
son, accused or loaning stocKnoiaers in
company that had bonded her as
guardian and wa held under arrest In
St. Joseph until tho money wa restored
to the company' agent.
. DEATH RECORD
FOLLEUTON, Neb., Oct. s.-KSpeclal.)
William Barber, the oldest resident of
Fullerton, died Sunday night at tho home
of Mrs. Minnie Barber, aged 97 year.
city. Cannon rr planted and when alt Ernest Lister left Olympla for Seattle j the Meado County bank In excess of BO Mr. Barber ha been In feeble health for
(wa ready for battle a cavalry troop was a(, today to confer with eight superior per cent of the capital stock. After four
stnt.orer the hill and Into the city. Mean
time the handful of constitutionalist hod
shouldered arms and marched away. The
federal advance guard, encountering no
resistance, rods through the Alameda to
Judges of King county relative to Judge hours' deliberation tho jurors returned
John E. Humphries, whose remarkable into court and so reported and were dls"-
court sessions and severe sentences of charged.
socialists for contempt of court have This la ,the first Instance In the history
brought a flood of complaints to the of the Black nuis where. a. jury no
the deserted constitutionalist admlnlatra-1 governor. Governor Lister said he did I failed' to follow the instructions of the
not wish to call a pclal aesslon of the court In advising a verdict.
legislature to consider Impeachment'
j tlon building and took possession. To-
nigm tns cuy is pouoea oy troopers ana
there has been no looting.
Torreoa, Resorted Fallen
SL PAKO, Tax., Oot , General Manuel
Chao of the rebel force reported to the
jcsnstltuttonallst Junta here today that
oeetetal ravo, tne federal commander y, poaNInUUIgence,
et Torreon. surrendered tne town to tne i aMttt Mori
ramBtnH n n l xnraea ni ruicnaTiiim. I . -
- - - - - . -- . i w .-.rHiin I'ri.un. rm . '
Mwud Chaa, Toraa UrblM and Toma 'Ab abnormal and disturbing situation I veylng the Cheyenne river Irrigation proj-
eharge and he had no power to remove STATE ENGINEER FINDS
Tho governor decided to go to Seattle
after he had received the following tele
gram, signed by the editor of the Seat-
Seattle Bun and
many years and came here to live with
his son. Dr. W. H. Barber, eight years
Ago and has resided here since that time.
The doctor passed away more than one
year ago and slnco then the father has
been cared for at the home of ths daughter-in-law,
He was the father of a large
family of children, now widely scattered
over the continent.
C, I,. Johnson
VALLEY FOR RESERVOIR gram,) C L. Johnson of Laurel, one of
the pioneer of Bully county, died In this
HOT SPIttNGS, S. D Oct S.-(Speelal.) city last night from a lingering Illness
SAMUEL M'LEOD DIES,
AGED SIXTY-NINE YEARS
Samuel MacLeod, 69 -years old, resident
of Omaha for thirty-eight years and
well known here, died yesterday at hi
home, 3U7 Jackson street as the result
of a chronic ailment which first mani
fested serious symptoms last March.
Mr. MacLeod, who belonged to an old
Scottish family, wa a builder and con
tractor and had gained considerable
prominence In several states for his
ability in his line of business.. In his
youth he served art apprenticeship as a
shipbuilder at Prince Edward Island,
Canada. He superintended tho' construc
tion of the world's peace Jubilee building
In Boston and had much to do with the
bulldlnK of the Nebraska, National -Bank
building of Omaha, the first bank build
lng of any pretensions In this city. He
built many weU .known residences here.
Mr.' Macxasoa wa one. or a lamuy or
twelve children, of which ten are still
living, HI mother, who Is M yearn old,
Is living at Prince Edward Island where
seven of the children still reside. Hl
wife and brother, M, Q. MacLeod, cashier
In the office of the clerk of the district
court were at the bedside.
Funeral arrangements have not yet
Funeral services for the late Samuel
MacLeod will be, held at Z o'clock Thurs
day afternoon. at the .chapel of Burkett
& Leslie, undertakers. Twenty-ninth and
Leavenworth street. Rev. W. Jasper
Howell of the First Baptist church and
Rev. E. B. Toft of the Grace Baptist
church will officiate at the services.
State Engineer Derr spent Saturday of nervous trouble. He was one of the
here after BPtnalne; a few day with the I leading farmers of weetera Bully county.
surveyors which he has in-the neia sur-
LAST STUDENT COUNCIL
MEMBERS ARE SELECTED
yHY should you buy it
BEG A USE you want a
suit with individuality
and character worked
into it I
BECAUSE you want a
fall suit designed and cut
with artistio skill and
tailored with an expert's
BEG A USE you want a
suit that is made so well
that it will stay satisfac
tory as long as you care
to wear it I
BEG A USEowc splendid
suits are priced at such,
reasonable figureB as
$16,50 and $25
Also classy overcoats at
the same two prices.
"Make our store your store1
Wilcox St Allen
20 3 South 15th St.
resenting the four classes of the school,
Is now comploted. The committee mem
bership follows: Margaret McCoy, Ed
mund Booth, John Brotherton, Earl
Ketcham, Gladys Shamp, Percy Dalzell,
Marlon Weller, Ruth Koch, Porter Allen,
Russell Larmon, Edwin Gould, Alice Por
terfleld, Thelma Carlyle, Florence Rus
sell, Eugene Neville, Gertrude Porter,
Stuart McDonald, Gertrude Mattson,
Roderick LaRoque and Nora McDougaL
Colds Cause Headache and Grip.
Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets re
move causo. Thero Is only one "Bromo
Quinine." It has signature of E. W.
Grove on box. 28c.
Cannot In (ho Act
and arrested by Dr. Kings New Life Pills,
bilious headache quits and liver, stomach
and bowels act right Only 26c. For sale
by your druggist Advertisement
Eugene Neville, Stuart McDonald, Ger
trude Porter and Gertrude Mattson were
elected by the sophomore claea of ths
high school aa the class representatives
on the student council Tuesday after
noon. The selection of the students was
based partially upon recommendations
made by teachers of second year classes.
Assignment of students to the council,
which consists of twenty members rep-
Let Bs Show Yon
Our New Fall Styles, Fine
"Worsteds and Cheviots in the
new warm browns prevail.
We make every garment in
our own Omaha work shops
and guarantee perfect fit and
Suits and Overcoats to order
at $25.00 to $45.00.
MafCirthy-WilMti Tailtring Co.
304-306 South 16th St.
OcreU at p. m., October S. All ot the Ljy.ts her which, In our opinion, calls They have found what oeems to be
xsdsnus were mau prisoners wn ins for yoUr Immediate Intervention. By an aeaaeaiy lavoreuie "
ezoetlen of aeneral Eraitlo Camoa. who I rtlinAlMB stnrl itnnpraAtnt wt v kf1 a nt I Cascade valloy, Just south of Hot springs,
eecsped. The battle lasted thirteen days, power on the part of a superior court which by constructing a dam acros the
according to the constitutionalists.. judge who Is today mentally unfitted for nw hold sufficient water to Irrl-
An official federal message from Gen- j judicial service, thlrty.seven persons, sev- Knt" aho" ro.cw acres 01 iana arier u is
erai Joaqum Teiiex at nuevo ireao, era! ot them women, and meat of them 11,1 u' eve xnm" BU " '
which waa received here today by in-lcitttena and none of criminal record. mPy mio 11 ior a jTr,
spector ot Mexican Consulates M. E. Die- are oonflned In Jail for having displeased
bold, denied ths rebel report or in ran or I this court W believe It to be your duty
Torreon. to pardon these people at once. In the
Interest ot human rights and fair play,
and thus, In a measure, relieve a sltua-
KILLS THREE AND SELF lJZ lSr"' "nd
LIVE It POOl. Oct. 8.-In a fit of re- The governor conferred here today with
liglous mania today a -youthful church Jua"' Ev,r,u Srallh ot Ba",a-
worker here, William MoDonaU, ran L. - . ,
amuck with a Joaded revolver and killed ma0D.6l.0r Hei'IIllt
i-?"?",1:? !lvd.!-. itl1?:: Leaves Half Million
as the 'Church ot Humanity."
Laxative For Old
Baits, Calocael and rtUs act on Liver ov,rloaled wUh them.
ana lwwtu uko pepper w n
The dam under consideration will be 140
feet high and about 800 feet In width.
Tho perpendicular rocky banks on either
side will furnish stone fpr the. structure
within easy access. This dam would back
water up the Cheyenne river over fif
teen mites and would flood all ot Cas
cade valley, which has about 800 acres ot
beautiful Irrigated farms. But the prop,
osltlon would Irrigate approximately 60.
000 acres of land with the finest kind of
soil, most of which Is tributary to Hot
DECATUR, III., Oct (.-John Bowman,
aged (i years, an eocentrlo bachelor, died
today at Btonlngton. Though possessing
over SSOO.OCO, Bowman lived a hermit's
life for years. He had a hobby for col
lecting musical Instruments and auto
mobile and his house and garsge were
RULES FOR LAND DRAWING
Get a 10-ceat box- now.
Most old people roust give to the bowels
some regular help, else they suffer from
constipation. The condition Is perfectly I to enter the lands axcluded from the Ne
(Continued from Page One.)
HAILSTORM AT ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS. Oct 8. A heavy hall storm
succoeded by a cloudburst and a high
wind, broke over the western part of
St Louis today, flooding streets, breaking
windows and tearing down trees and sign
boards. Sidewalks were flooded and
street cars were delayed1.
Heavy Fines at Muron City.
MASON CITY, la., Oct. .-(8peclal
Telegram.) Charles Ludlow, for solicit
ing for a house ot III fame, was sentenced
for the home:
Both for 55 cents
The Bee office
WE ANNOUNCE TWO GREAT SALES
TO TAKE PLACE NEXT MONDAY
Chambers' Academy of Danc
ing will open season 1913-14
for lessons and classwork,
, October 7th, 1913.
i Applications for enrollment in classes
can bo xnndo now by calling D-187J.
New entrance on 25th Street.
Roller Skating will begin
En tr nnce on Fnrnam Street.
TonUht, Pri. and Bat. Sat. Hat,
W. A. Brady's Production
"WAY DOWN EAST"
Sunday t Days The Tlk-Tok Man.
Beats on Bale.
. i. . ..r.i it I K,..v. ,i.t f.. win ... lto six years In the penitentiary. James
for eM peopl. to walk sloWly. age to designate the tract, they desire to "1IU?ro "" " o
: .Mi- 7. vth. The oiu. .m.r .h.r.i- ka .ii. Baltunus T5 for the Illegal sale ot
clas aro leas elastic. And ths bowels I days following date of seleotlon to corn-
sue rouiciM. emrjr ai ue iroper ioc oiuco. There Is someihnur In the air at this
So all old people need CascareUu One All entries made under this drawing Li""! .iw.- .iV L". " ..!h!
might as welt refuss to aid weak y mu,t embrace as far as possible land rrUatlng effect on ths nostril and air
with glasses as to negtect this gentle aid listed as one tract. passages of ths toad and throat A
to weak bowels. The bowels must be .-The unreserved lands not disposed of cough Mi fntiy fo,low, y,,,,
Kept acuve. -mi unoer saja prociamaiion in me area ex- .vu,,Bm. ..i Folev-. llon.v
agea,. but nevti' so much aa at JUtf. eluded from the Nebraska national forest compound is a strong demulcent remedy
Ag U pot a time for hftwo physics. I will become subject to settlement ndthat gives prompt reJIef. Use It for
L .1 Z """' unuwr ""m pp"c coughs, colds, tickling throat, hoarseness
U Into activity, put a lash can t ba thereto on and after o'clock s. m. De- Ln(1 bronchial cough; best for children
m A m WW a. f tt,SSAl Si tit lni I LA 4 . J I
, V T r"""" and grown persons. Keep It at home
old neefi 1 a gcotle and natural totue, I "Tit land excluded from the Nebraska and qui Muf wlU follow It us. Con
On that can be constantly used without national forest and subject to dlsposl- ulnl no opiates. For sale by all dealers
Barm, no vwr wui ware w v."--i mou unaer saia prociamauon 01 oepiem- I every where. Advertisement
and tW cost only 10 cents per box at ber 30 are In Arthur and Grant counties.
aJKr tv etore. They work while yi land it is estimated that SU.000 acres there- I Persistent Advertising I the Road to
sJeeff) lof ar public." I Big Returns,
We bought the overstock ot a famous
eastern mill nt a remarkable price reduc
tion. We secured hta entire stock on' hand
at a figure that makes It possible to otfer
sensational bargains next Monday.
(SO Seamless English Wilton Rugs will go
at , 529.98
$35 Genuine Wilton Rugs, 0x13 will, go
$27.60 Azmlnster Rugs, 9x12 size, will go
Room size Axmlnster Rugs, worth up to
$22.60, at $12.98
Seamless 9x13 Druasels Ruga, worth up to
$16.60, at , 39.98
Azmlnster Ruga, worth up to $6, $2.59
A epeclal purchase ot thousands of yards
ot high grade curtain materials, bought at
much less than their actual value will go
on sale on our third floor.
Bungalow, Filet and Noveltjr Nets Worth
from 40c to 85c will go at, yard. .25d
Bobblnet, 45, 54 and 72-lnches Vide
worth up to 76c a yard, go at, yard, 15c
Oolord Madras looks JUBt like the real
Sunfaat grades that sell at $1.00 a yard;
go at, yard 25d
Voile. Scrims, Etamines and Other Cur
tain Materials will go at, per
yard 5S lOt. 15ei and IQti
Double Fold Ribbon Edge Plain and Fancy
Etamine worth 40c to 65c a yard; at, a
AXX. WEEK MATS, "WED. and SAT.
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l,,et fUlrrf. UMt But.
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; With Jo Snrtlg's "OIHOER OXSXS"
' Snappiest of all Pun Shows. Just aa
I Presented Klght Wneka at Columbia
Theater, Chicago. Alpine Quartet;
' Great Cast; Gingery Beauty Chorus
XAPPBB' DEMB StATHSTEE TODAT.
TOXnOKTAZ,Z WXEt JCATHTEES
THURSDAY AKD BATVSDAT
BOID THEATER STOCK CO
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J. DATED SEKBEXIt in
Popular Prices. Augmented Orches
tra. Next Week Beverly of Oraustark
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