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jl'HE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1913.
GUARDSMEN ASK AUTHORITY
National Association Deoldes to
Apply for Initiative.
WOULD ORIGINATE POLICIES
Gorernor Morehead nnd Adjntnnt
General Will Go to I'Utlimonlh
to Pr Off Contending
fFrotn Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Oct. l0.-(8peial). Adjutant
General Phil, L. Halt has returned from
Chicago where he attended the national
guard association. A resolution was
ptaied dlrectlne the executive commit
tee of the organisation to draft a bill
providing for an allowance by the govern
ment for the payment of members of the
guard -when on duty at their home sta
tion. Thli contemplate the payment of
member of the guard who turn out to
drill and will require certain rulea govern,
Whereat, It was the purpose of thin
.Association when It recommended to con
cress the legislation under which tho Na
tional Jlilltla Hoard wai established, to
rive to the mllltla repreientatlon In the
War department, and to afford the head
of auch department. In dealing with mlll
tla matter, the right of an advisory
board, composed of experienced mllltla
Whereas, t'hder existing law and the
condition Impeied upon It, uch board I
precluded from realizing the purposes
for which It wa designed and can render
no appreciable aervlce to the organized
mllltla of the country) be It therefor
Resolved, That the executive committee
of this association be and li hereby di
rected to propose to congreM such amend
ment or the exlitlng law aa will give to
thl board the power to Initiate and
recommend to the secretary of war poli
cies for the benefit and Improvement of
the organized mllltla, and the right to
consider and submit recommendations
upon all regulations proposed for the
Rovernment of the organized mllltla: and
If such legislation cannot be secured, then
.,,uJtAhLtn Provision of the law under
which thaboa-d now exist be repealed.
I'mer Comnnr Kenorf.
The Nebraska, Power company and the
Commonwealth Power company have
filed their reports of money expended
ounng tne month or September. The for
mer spent U3XU. alt for labor, while the
latter pajd but 510 for salaries, tjfi tot
Wages and tsM for teams.
After Wireless Outfit.
The adjutant general's office 1 male
lng out a requisition for a complete wire.
less outfit for ihe engine ring corner at
rremom. uenerai Hall has been work
5njr for some time In an endeavor o get
this corps equipped and It la with a
groat deal of satisfaction upon his re
turn from the national guard conven
tion that he announced the completion of
Marksmen Get Honor.
General Hall will an tn TCH.mttifc
tomorrow for the purpose of paying off
the nailonal minrri tnarlratviiin Mhn ,..
been shooting on the range near that
city, it is expected that Governor More-
head will accompany .him and while thar
will make Uie award of prize, medals
ana other lionors which have- been won
in the shoot. He will also present the
governor's trophy, at the same time.
i I. , 1 1
State to Put Cinders
On Public Highways
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jf(eb., Oct. IfcMSpeelat Tete
rta.)4-Clndftrs will be placed on the
roes In the vicinity of the penitentiary
Instead of being told it D a load as
formerly. This Is the Instruction given
Warden Fentori by Governor Morehead
today, after examining a fine piece of
road on whloh the warden had placed
cinders this summer.
The governor has put In a day and a
half on tne roads and rcame In this
noon to sign up a few documents In his
office. When this was finished he In
vited newspapermen to Inspect the good
"work being done on tho roads south of
Lincoln by the governor, farmers along
the read and by Warden Fenton and his
gang ot prisoners.
A motion picture man accompanied the
party and pictures were taken of the
road -gangs with the govornor working
the biff road Scraper or shovellnif dirt
with the men from the pen. In many
places huge stumps which had blocked
the road for years were blown up with
aovemor TSIorthead Is ehthuslastlo over
the working of the roads and said this
enlng that there was no reason on
earth why Nebraska ahoul dnot have
the best roads In the .country, . ,
"All it need In work and to have the
men to do It and a little money and
we have that, ,too," said the etato exacu.
"Jf I can have my way there will be
something doing In the making of bet
ter roads In Nebraska In, the future," he
Fattier Xorr.cn Leave.
DEAD WOOD, g. r. Oct 10.-Speclal.)
-nv. Father U. J. Noesen, for the last
fourteen years pastor of St. Ambrose
rtoman Catholic church here, has an
nounced hs resignation and expects J.o
Have here In three weeks. He has ac
cepted & call as pastor of the Roman
Catholic church at Crookston, Minn.
Thus far no successor has been named
for the local church. Father Noesen Is
ne of the best known Catholic priests
west of the river and has always been
prominent in civic affairs In this city
lie is vicar general of this diocese,
ranging nut to Bishop Busch.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
"Why not erve a
sensible beverage at
a children's party
rather than slcklv
sweet punch which
will upset their
made by dropping
Into n cup of hot
water is delicious
and all children lore
It. In It the flavor
of beef (or chicken)
U skillfully blended
with that of fresh
vegetable and the
proper stswolar Try
tt yourself today. Be
sore you get Armour" .
Terfm m.'m, nUrtm
Autotra jjrp Com it r
JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres.
AVM. L. HOLZMAN, Treas.
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Men's Heavy Egyp
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Men's Hosiery En
durance fibre silk hose.
All colors. Wear better
and look better than silk.
Men's Gloves Tho
glove Btock of th town.
Dress, driving and motor
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50 to S5.00
i mm mm i i p
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Merits Fall Hats
of a hat
Stetsons, Mallorys and a lot
of other best hats made, in all
the newest styles, both soft and
Stetsons, $3.50 to $5
Other Good Hats
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00
Child of Neliraskaii's
Sweeps, All the Prizes
at the Fair in Oregon
t i i i
.(From a Suit Correspondent)
IdNCOkN, Oct, 10. (SpclaU-Ftom a
wire sent from Galem, Ore., ti apjwu-s
that tn Uio rcent BtaU Fair exposition
ot ousenlcs held there, little Jane Kanx
ler, a years old. who Is the daughtor ot,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kantler ot PortUnd,
Ore.r formely ot Koaney, Neb., tool: four
prlss. Slrst, a $2S cup In the girl's
yer cltusi scconfl, . M cup presented by
Ooventor Weot as the Brand champion
iflrl ot Oreeon; third, 100 in gold pre
sented by the Woman's Home Companion
also as the grand champion girl of Ore
gon, and ourth, a t!0 gold medal as the
sweepstake prlie for the finest child In
Mr. Kanxler Is a lawyer and was a
student at the University ot Nebraska
und wa sal so in the law department ot
Columbia university. He Is the son of
air. and Mrs. IU M. Kansler, who rsslde
Mrs. Jacob Kansler, the mother ot the
little winner, was Miss Orsoe Homer be
fore her marriage and Is the daughter ot
Supreme Judge and Mrs. Hamer of Lin
coln. She was fomerly the teacher of
elocution In the State Normal school at
Kearney, where she was also an (nstrpo.
tor of the girls' class In physical oulture.
Bhe was educated at the Marden School
Of Muslo and Klocutlon In Chicago.
STATE HAS NO JURISDICTION
OVER INDIAN CRIMINALS
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
"LINCOLN. Neb., Oct 10.8pecial.)--TiMv
-Uuno-Kr of ths federal court this
jmornlng decided a case which will prob.
ably be the cause or consiaeraDie cnange.
In some cases to be heard In. tho future
and may also affect some that have al
ready been disposed of.
'The Judge's decision was made In th
case where Bdwnrd Blackface, an In.
dlan, had been charged with assault
against his-wife and the juage noios
that the stat has no Jurisdiction oyei
castawherln one Indian commits a
crime against another Indian, the crime
taking place on a reservation owned by
the federal government.
rtir win come nn In the present term
of court an appeal made by Henry Roy,
an Indian convicted of assault upon an
4ri nn thn Wlnnebaso reserva
tion and this opinion will probably cut
considerable figure In tne case. may
also havo some effect on .the case ot
Nancy "Welts, the Indian "maiden who
had Just been paroieo vr i ur
of rardons. '
STATE IRRIGATION MEET
TO BE HELD AT BRIDGEPORT
COUNTY AUDITORS CONFER
Meet in, Iowa Capital in KespoHie to
(From a Staff Correspondent)
UNCOLN. Oct 10i (UpclaD-Tha Ne
braska State Irrigation association will
hold Its fourth annual convention at
Bridgeport on October Stt, 20 and 90.
Thoee admitted to membership are the
governor, state engineer and employes,
United States aenatos and congressmen,
state senators and representatives, state
officers, county and city officials, offi
cer of the couaervatlon congress and
reclamation service and officers ot the
experiment stations. ,
Qovernor Morehead has authority to
appoint ten delegates, the state engineer
five and each board of county commis
'HUNGER STRIKE' WON'T
GIVE MILITANT FREEDOM
LONDON, Oct 10. The belief ot the mil
itant incendiaries that under tho "can
and mouse" act they were assured, speedy
release from prison by "hunger striking"
and could then repeat their offenses re
ceived a rudo shock today by the an
nouncement of tha home secretary that
Miss May Richardson, who has been tn
prison since October 4 on the charge of
arson and who has been refusing food
since her arrest, would not be given her
freedom. The prison authorities have
been Instructed to resort to forcible feed
lng, If necessary, to prevent the women
from starring" themselves to death.
The home secretary says that the act
will continue to be applied, as hereto,
fore, to minor suffragette offenders whose
crimes do not Include acts ot serious vlo.
The rersistsnt ana Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising is tho Road to
Jrfferan Pioneer Injured.
KURBURY, Neb., Oct 10.-(SpeclaU-
A. T, Boetey, a prominent Jefferson
county fanner, Is In a precarious con
dition at Sr. Lynoh's hospital In this
city aa a result of falling off a load ofj
lumber. Mr. Bosley received several frao-
tured ribs and Is in a semi-conscious con
dition. Mr. Bosley Is a bachelor SO yean
ot age and Is a pioneer of this county.
Ha la not expected to live. He is the
proprietor ot the High View Duroc-Jenwy
stock farm Just north of the city.
Inerarbaa KmploJ-e Batters Shook
While WorklHar Amonar Wires
Speculator In Quarrel Over
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DES M0INR8, Oct 10.-8peclal.) In re
sponse to an invitation from Joe Walt,
chief of tho bureau of uniform county
accounts; a number ot coupty auditors
met for conference at his office today
and wenl over the entire matter ot the
blanks to be enforced upon the counties
by the state. The uniform plans were
adopted some years ago, but not gen
erally used. Now they are being revised
with a view to making them adaptable
to all tho county business.
Came S'eB to Knim Accident.
An electrical workman. William Wharf,
employed by the Des Moines Interurban
railway, was brought to a local hospital
today suffering terribly from Injuries he
received la a mysterious way. He was
at work on a acatfold near some wires
when . he was the victim ot a Shock and
fell to the ground unconscious and badly
burned. He will recover,
Loinu Elected Secretary.
Adjutant General Quy K. Logan, head
of the National Quard of this state, was
elected secretary of the National Associa
tion ot Guardsmen at their big conven
tion In Chicago .this week. The conven
tion took atepo to protest against the
orders of the War department as to
brgadlac the guard companies with the
regulars and insisting upon a standard
ot strength and efficiency equal to the
regular army. The reports of guard In
spections In Iowa, however, show that the
Iowa companies arc already practically
on the regular army basis.
Quarrel of Land Speculators.
It develops that a great deal of the con
troversy over the drainage ot Wall lako,
in Wright county, Is a quarrel of land
speculators and bankers. It transpires
that a call for a convention of sportsmen
at Do a Is instigated by a banker who
owns a considerable tract of land not
farmed on the edge of WaJJ lake and who
built some summer cottages in the ex
pectation of booming the land und selling
It oft In small lots for summer retort
purpose The situation threatens to de
velop Into a political movement
Shippers In central Iowa have a case
pending before the Iowa commission for
changes in the Iowa classification affect
ing rates on a gre"t many products
moved In this state. Tho reductions
asked are especially because of recent
reductions ordered "oy the Interstate Com
merce commission on the Bame articles
In Interstate traffic. This haa left the.
Iowa rates for short distances prohibitive
In character and the demand is now that
these rates be reduced. The board will
hear the matter at the regular November
Edward E. Stelner of Qrlnnell college
will give a lecture on his personal im
pressions ot Tolstoi at tho annual meet
ing of the Iowa Library association in
Sioux City, commencing next Tuesday,
Johnson Brtgham, state librarian, will re
spond to the address of welcome. Others
On the program are: W. It Orchard,
Council Bluffs; Julia Robinson, State Li
brary commission secretary; Leslie T.
Reed, superintendent schools, Missouri
Valley; Joseph L. Newton, Cedar Rapids;
Miss Elva Bascom, Wisconsin Library
commission, and Edwin L Shuman, Chi
cago. The -first plans for the eradication ot
the hog cholera from one county of Iowa
as an object lesson for the whole state,
proved a partial failure because of In
ability to secure all the facta necessary.
Now the veterinary department will make
another start and secure dettnlie and
complete Information as to the existence
Of all hog cholera Jn Dallas county. Much
work has already been done In eradi
cating the dlseace, but there is much
Vet to be done.
Klem Gives Opinion. ' '
Umpli Tflu idem has decided If s
player Is hit on the hand with a pitched
ball he Is not entitled to take his base..
X to good clothes, brings
you right into our store. If you
frequent tho "bypaths" you will bo apt to loose
yourself in tho tnnglo of misleading values and
qualities. You know you aro absolutely safe at
this reliable store.
Great doings in Suits and Overcoats at $18.00
Moro class than has ever been shown before.
Boys School Suits
Are stylish fabrics seleoted for their durability.
Tho best school suits' it is possible to build and
one of them will last the boy longer than two of
the "bargain" sort and will look far better all
the time ho is wearing it.
Boys' Suits, $5.00 and up.
Now Is the Time
To make the uuderwear change. Do it. now and
save yourself the bad cold. i?ine fitting, splendid
quality undergarments, in union and two pitjee
v $1.00 to $5.00
Sweator Coats, Mackinaws, Gloves, Caps, etc.
Browning,' King & C6
GEO. T. WILSON. M8r.
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