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THE 13 RE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1014. r - MOREHEAD MEN ARE SORE Think Berge Has Ignored Work of Chief Executive- PETITION WITH SECRETARY Knnibrr of Democratic Wheel Iloraeit Affix Their Xante to It tind Start Merrr Wnr bjr So Dolntr. FORCED BY GRATITUDE OF HUNDREDS To Repeat His Offer (From a Btalf Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 3.-(Spclal.)-Ftollowlng the announcement ot George W. Berge yesterday that he would bo a candidate , for the democratic nomination for gov-' crnor. he camo to the state house this morning and filed with the secretary of state a petition signed by thirty follow ers of Thomas Jefferson, asking that the Lincoln statesman's name be placed upon J the primary ballot. The petition bears the names of W. B. Hester, chairman ot the democratic county committee; Sterling F. Mutt, sec retary of the same committee; C. II. nudge, who has been urged several times to become a candidate; A. S. Tlbbcts, Sam Whiting, one ot tho leading, candi dates for the Lincoln job ot postmaster; William Foster, defeated candidate for the legislature last year; .Tncob North, a leading democratic organizer, and a num ber of lesser lights ot more or less bril liancy In local circles. Ono ot the governor's aprolntgo's sold this morning: "Whllo Mr. Berge, In u general way says that Governor More Head had made an uble and efficient of ficer, he falls to give credit for the suc cessful carrying out of some of tho very things, which Mr. Bergo contends ought to be 'brought about. "Mr, Berge says thatt here are too many boards and that some ot them should be consolidated and a better sys tem of ''bookkeeping carried out. He for gets to saj' that this Is the very line on which Governor Morehcad has been working ever since he camo Into office nnd which has resulted In a great saving to tho state. In every case where this system Has been put in effect It. has been .a success, yet Mr. Berge falls to give the governor any credit whatever for doing just what Mr. Berge wants done and which he wants the people to believe he will do, "It would not have hurt Mr. Berge to have said soma good things regarding Governor Morehead's administration, knowing that the governor will not bo a candidate otr a second term, but, as usual, he wants all the glory himself. He endorses strongly the administration pt President Wlleon, but falls to endorse the administration of Governor More head, a man who has brought out many ot the reforms Mr. Bergo claims ho Is for. . "Either Mr. Berge Is woefully Ignorant of what Is being done In his own tsate, or he Is deliberately Ignoring the work bclng done by Governor Morehead." Harlan Farmer (Jets Black Hand Letter REPUBLICAN CITY, Neb., Feb. !. (Special!) Tom Carroll, sheriff of Harlan buntyrfcrre3tcd Howard FraJcec of? this city on a charge of trying to blackmail W. A., Bomjne, a wealthy stockman who lives! four, miles west ot this place and gets his mall at Alma. 1 A letter was sent Mr, Bomjne from this. office threatening to kill the whole fam ily unless he deposited J8.000 at a stated place, which was about two and one- half miles north of this city, by 7 p, m. on Sunday night, last. A package was placed whsre ordered and guarded, but ot KtoTmtr itth In Tim Oraitu Dh. I bare ben so mored tb rt tew weeks br th grttttud at Orris h D Resders, thst 1 hart dttldtd to mat again the otter which I made In the Nor tt luue This In what 1 Mid I atfi going to Give Away a Tree Treatment for Deafneafl, to every tut ferer who asks for It The lettera ot request hate poured In lettera ot grratrul thanaa hate alto poured In. From every part of the conti nent, the people hom i nno curta or mat ter- rIMe ftrrtl!lAti tu.f. neea are thsnktnr m. - A letter from the rar West says, "Allow u tu iUKoi xon mouana time lor WOMEN REGISTER IN CHICAGO Organizations Making Effort to Get New Voters to Polls. BABY STATIONS MAINTAINED Trnlneit A'nraea Ktuiiln) ril in Cure far I.ltttr One While Mothers Itealiter 'Women State Their Aura Freely. ths rood hearing yon have restored to ter from Xaw Eng-Jand says, "X havs cured ma of Deafness." ' Beafiess Treatment Free Thcae manr leltern of grstlttKlo hare touched r heart, and so 1 aay again to the readtra of The Omaha Dee "I will Itc away a Tree Treat ment for Deafnesa to every autlerer who wrltea for It This offer eln only be triaile for a very abort time. If you are IJeat, or have any trouble with your ears, write for a Tree Treatment. Thla treatment la entirely free. I want to .help you. know what you nutter In the approach ot Deataeai, and tho Intolerable tunny ot complete Deafrleea. I know that I have cured many, many people who were Deaf. 1 want you to have the earn opportunity to hear attain, Write today for my treatment lor Dratneaa. rtend off now, a poat card or letter request. Don't delay, or It may be too late, If you have even the ellghtrst feeling that tomethlns la wrong with your eure, be on the Kite fide and tend for treatment. It won't cost you anything. If yott are growing Deaf, and have become dlicoutaced and tired of eiperlmentlng, profit by the example, of those who have been cured by my treatment. Many ot theee people thought that they never could be cured, they had tried ao many different things which never did them any good. My treat ment restored their hearing. Write today for a Kree Deafness Treatment, to Deafness Specialist Sproule, 102 Trade- IluiliUng, Hoston, Mass. no one came to get It. The letter was signed "This for Business," nnd many of the words wero mlspelled. Mr. Krazco Is about 25 years ot age and his hearing will be held In county court this week. EYE GLASSES MUST GO Says a New York Pkjiicim Here Is Hi Free Prescription Many who wear eye-glasses and those who have weak, watery, inflamed and painful eyes will welcome the report of those who have recently tested the fol lowing formula, They aro unanimous In their praise ot the marvelous results b- xainea. - The doctor says, many who wear glas ses may quickly dispense with them af ter a reasonable trial, lie further states it will benefit the eyes ol old and young and says everyone ought to bathe tho eyes night Und morning the same as they wash their teeth, and thus avoid many eye diseases which aro now so prevalent among all classes. ISyo strain, us generally understood, Is soon banished and the numerous eye muscles and nerves are then able to per form their normal functions, blnce the prescription is so tatlly filled, everyone should try it. It hcip diseased eyes and It keeps good eyes healthy; it is absolutely harm . less In every way; docs not smart or burn, has a wonderful etfect on granula ted lids and is especially recommended tor dull, bleary, or glassy eyes. It helps all eyes and shoulu be In every home tor use In emergency. Hero Is tho free prescription: Go to any drug store, get a tube ot Optona tablets, dissolve one in a two ounce bot .tlo ot pure wuter and bathe the eyes two to four times daily. Vour eyes should clear up prcceptibly right from the start. It's a simple homo remedy and will save the eyes of many at very littler cofct- The poor as well as the rich may use this wonderful remedy. It is within the reach ot all. The following extracts from the re ports ot persons who have recently used this prescription will convince you. I used Optona one week for a cold In my eyes; It did me a great deal ot good." "My eyes have been falling for years. Ot late, havo been suffering with in flamed eyes duo to catarrh. I am sure Optona Is doing my eyes good and shall -continue Its use." ' Have omy been using Optona but a short time. My eyes are Improving won derfully." I find Optona very satisfactory and recommend tt wherever 1 find an oppor tunity to do so. 1 find It very soothing after being in a room where soapstone, dust and rubber fumes, benzine, etc., are mixed." TVe been benefited by Optona and In tend to loliow the treatment." "Have been using Optona for about three montns and It has greatly im proved my sight.' My eyes, have been sore for several years; were red and Inflamed and often had a gathering on tho eye-lashes. Used everything anyone recommended and gained no relief. 1 had my eyes examined and wore glasses for about i-U months. I read of Optona, and thougitf I would give It a trial. Am glad to be able to state I got satisfactory relief. Have only used about halt a box of Optona and have not worn my glasses since, as 1 feel my eyes do not require them." Many others have made similar reports. If your eyes bother you, have the above prescription filled; It may do wonders for you. Many are hopelessly blind who simply neglected their eyes. Do not be come a victim of neglect. You value your eyes more than any other organ of ths human body, therefore It Is your sacred duty to do everything In your power to savo them. This free prescrip tion has given relief to thousands. Try it and you will praise It to the ekles. Advertisement. No Outside Teachers Wanted in the State (From a Staff Correspondent. LINCOLN, Feb. .l.-(Speclal.)-It looks as If the schoolmasters club was going to have a little competition In the matter of furnishing teachers to desirable posi tions In Nebraska and Stato Superin tendent Delzell has buckled on his ormor, seized his trusty pen and proposes to get Into tho fight to save tho trust' If It Is .possible. It has como to his notlco that the Scarritt-Moirlsvtlle college of Morrlaville, Mo., has been sending out letters to teachers In each county In Nebraska of fering them J100 it they will tip off tho college to any vacancies that may occur In schoolsJn tho county in which they live. The letter says that they are in the business ot supply efficient teachers from a standard endowed college, and can deliver goods that will bear Inves tigation. Therefore the statesuperlntendent ' is sending out to all teachers of the state a letter, catling their attention to ihe efforts of tho Mlsourl college to furnish teachers, and hopes no teacher will lend their aid to tho scheme. I Tire Commissioner to Enforce Reports (From a Staff Correspondent. LINCOLN, Feb. 3.-(SpccIal.)-Colonel Wlnfleld Scott Bldgell, fire commissioner of Nebraska will get reports from fires taking place in 191 1, or the people whose duty It is to report fires wilt find them selves facing a tino of not less than $25 nor more than J200 according to the law of Nebraska. A great deal ot difficulty was exper ionced by tho department In 1913 In get ting reports. The commissioner will glvo the authorities of each vllage. town or city just one week to report fires that occur or the flro commissioner will find out the reason why. Ho has sent out today notices to every chief, mayor and village clerk in tho state calling attention to the law and his Intention to enforce It to the very letter. CHICAGO. Feb. 3. Women today regis tered for the first time in Chicago pre paratory to exercising their right ot franchise at the spring nldcrmnnlc cam paign. Vpwnrt! of SOO.0W women, according to conservative estimates, will have becomo registered voters by the time the books close at 9 o'clock tonight. Not less than 50,000 men, who havo changed their resi dence within the last year, will have qualified, according to estimates. Actln gas Judges nnd clerks ot election for the first time in tho history of Illinois, approximately 600 women assisted In registering tho new voters. Scores of business women on their way to work were among those registering tarly. Many accompanied their husbands to tho plnco of registration nnd each seemed pleased at the opportunity of be coming a registered voter. Nearly 60,000 women organized tinder political parties, nonpartisan suffrage, as sociations nnd women's clubs, worked to day to get the names ot unorganized women on registration lists. "Baby stations," where mothers coulrt leave their children while registering, were maintained In several wards by suf frage leaders nnd political organizations. Mothers who did not want to leave their babies at one of the nurseries wero sup plied with a trained nurse, who watched over her household while she went to reg ister. Trained nurseso were In charge ot all the stations and at least one nursery was fitted as a kindergarten with toys for tho older children. Automobiles carry ing nurses went to the homes ot women reluctant to register and carried them and their children to the registration booths. While thn mothers were register lng, tho nurseso cared for the babies. Women Give A (tea. Reports from tho polling places were that women were freely giving their ages, In some of the strictly residential wards few women visited the booths In tho early hours. "Detained by household duties," was the explanation gtven by the women clerks and Judges of election, Tho registration opened officially at 8 o'clock. Mayor Carter H. Harrison and his wife Mrs. Edith Ogden Harrison, together with three household employes, registered to day In a polling placo In a basement In Bar avenue, a short dlstanco front their homo In Sheridon road. Mrs. Harrison. without hesitation, declared her ago to be 62 years. Tho mayor acknowledged an additional year. The five were sworn by a woman Judge of election, Mrs. Mary L. Schultz. Free Water Proposed for Broken Bow BltOKRN BOW. Neb.. Feb. J.-tHr- clal.) Free water la being acltated In tho city to a largo extent. It Is proposed by those advocating It to distribute water to all householders absolutely free of charge, letting tho burdon ot maintain ing the water system bo placed on the tax list, they claiming It will cost less to furnish Broken Bow with water throligh taxation than through a water rato or nny other way. Tho advocators re putting forlh ns some of tho benefits to bo accrued, that property derives from good water systom. Increased valuation, ddltlonal flro protection and reduced In surance rates. The burden of maintain ing Is placed on a part of tho property nnd all of the property Rets the benefit. Tho question wilt soon be discussed nt one ot tho public lycoum meetings. HYMENEAL "VVnkc-UciulprmMi. YOltK. Neb, Feb. 3.-ti?peclal.)-Itoy Henderson ot Beaver Crossing and "earle Wnke were married SunCny noon by Ilev. Arthur Miller ot the I'nlted Kvangcllcal church. MANY CONVICTS JOIN EFFORT TO GET SCHOOLING (From a Staff Correspondent. LINCOLN. Feb. 3.-(Speclal)-The school at tho stato penitentiary, which Ws been runlng the last few months, has been such a success that last night a meeting of the convicts was held for tho purpose of reorganization. Five groups will be formed, the first group .containing those who have little or no education, and are called the first grade, There were only ten of . these. Almost 75 per cent of tho number In the rchool qualified for the second group which Included about the same require' mcnts ns the second and third grade itudles In the public schools. Only few wero qualified for the third group, tho fourth and fifth grades, nnd ten were enrolled In the fourth group, embracing sixth and seventh grade studies. The fifth division covers studies above these grades and about twenty qualified for this group, State Superintendent Del zell was present and assisted the director of the school, James O'Donnell, who has been employed to Btart the school. No guards will be permitted near the school room, tho students being placed entlrsly upon their honor. GALLSTONES Try Oatl-Ton. Good for All Rtamirh ni,t Pre. A ft A t m m aaiienM Odd follovvx Meet nt Hevvnril. SUWAItD, Neb., Feb. 3,-(8peclal.)- The District Odd Fellow's meeting con vened here yesterday, with 250 dclcgatci present. Twenty-seven members of tho grand lodge gave tho work to candidates from eleven counties In tho afternoon. A banquet was served In the evening. The town was appropriately decorated In the Odd Fellow colors. CI rnml Master Frank John ot Grand Island spent his childhood In this city and received a special ova tion. State Treasurer Holds Much Cash (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 3,-(Spcclal.)-Tho bal ance In tho office of the. stato treasurer at the closo of the last month was greater by TS0.13t.33 than at the close ot the month previous, being 3TC1,G31.12, as against $t$75, 619.79 the month before. The receipts fpr the month of January were $1,193,837.23, while tho disbursements wero el,107,70G,00. This was duo to a great extent to tho county treasurers making their annual settlements. With these recolpts the treasurer was able to cut down the amount of outstand ing warrants to a lower level than at any tlmo for several months, It being shown today that tho amount has been cut to rcs6.ooo. Cosh on hand In the treasury Is shown to bo 2,676.S.; on deposit, 7H,20C.E3, and general fund warrants on hand, JU,7G7.7i. Tho trust funds show the following in vestments: Permanent school fund $S,MS,13S.S7 Permanent university 191,180.95 Agricultural college endowment 639.000.00 Normal endowment.. 79,830.00 $9,381,172.82 Bonds on hand 19,124,683.22 University warrants on hand , 118,709.45 Normal school war rants on hand 117.830.15 $9,301,172.82 Ilest Known Couarh Itemedr. Dr. King's New Discovery, beat for coughs, colds, hoarsoness nnd all lung troubles; first doso helps. COo and $1.00. All druggists. Advertisement. Note from Ilentrlce. BEATRICE, Neb., Feb. 3. (Speclal.)- Charlea Klpt of West Beatrice was brought before Judgo Kills Monday on the charge of wife beating and sentenced to ninety days ln Jail. He admitted to the court that ho had struck his wife a blow ln the ace without provocation. Clifford Garrison, a cattle buyer at Adams, and an old resident of that place, died Sunday night ot diabetes, aged 39 years. He is survived by a widow and three children. The funeral was held at Adams this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Catherine Carmlchael died at her home three miles northeast of this city Monday morning of pneumonia. She leaves her husband and three children. In a circle hunt held five miles Vouth of Beatrice Monday by about two hun dred farmers, two wolves were shot and killed. Two more were sighted, but made their escape. BANNING CANDIDATE FOR PLACE AS GOVERNOR (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 3.-(8peclala.)-Accord- lng to Information brought to the state house today by Sheriff Quulnton of Cass county, ex-Senator W. B.. Banning of that county is expected to enter the fight 'for tho democratic nomination for governor at the primary. Senator Banning served In the 1911 legislature and was one of the leading members of the democratic ma jority. How to I'revent millions Attauk. "Coming events cash I heir shadows be fore." This Is especially true of bilious attacks.'Vour'appetlte wl)l fall, you will feel dull and linquld. If you are subject to bt'lous attacks take three ot Cham berlain's Tablets as soon as these symp toms appear and the attack may be ward'jd oft For sale by all dealers. Advertisement- Rub Lumbagb or Backache Away Rub pain right put with small trial bottle of old "St. Jacobs Oil" Back hurt you? Can't straighten up wunout reeling suaoen pains, sharp aches ana twingesT Xvow listen! That's lum aciauca or maype from a strain and you'll get blessed relief the moment you rub your back with soothing, pene trating "St. Jacobs Oil." Nothing elae WKes out soreniai, lameness and stiff ness so quickly. You simply rub it on and out comes the pain. It Is perfectly narmiess ana aoesn t burn the skin. Limber up! Don't suffer! Get small trial bottle from any drug store and afUi using It Just once, you'll far get that you ever had backache, lum bago or sciatica, because your hack will never hurt or cause any more misery. it never disappoints and has (been recommended for W years, Advertise New Legal Problem Boss Murphy Says Involved in Suit to , Cancel Mortgage He is Still Leader of Tammany Hall PIKIUIK, ft. 1) , Feb. l.-(Spccial.)-An ..u,,. ..,. , . , , It.terestlng legal contest has arisen ni. . i i' -Cnfr,7 V. MT Blanley county, growing out nt the recent p.hy y w" f ncm U8 ,"a" failure of the Stato hank nt Fort Pierre. I 'onal tlt'tnoeratlo club, who adopted n of which John Hayes was president. Persistent Advertising Is tho Itoad to Big Retutns. Trenton IMonrrr la llenil. TRENTON, Neb., Feb. 3.-(Spcelal.)- Bcnjatnln Slade, aged 63 years, died yes terday morning. Ho was ono of thd first settlers of this county, coming hero ln 1S79. Along with the banking hnslnoss Hayes conducted t loan business, working through a (lnneapo1ls firm. He nego tiated a mortgage for a woman home- sttatlcr through the firm ot Barnes & Co., of Minneapolis Tho mortgage was executed nnd delivered to the loan com pany nnd tho money paid Into a .Min neapolis bnttk In the credit ot the Fort Pierre bank. Just about that time the crnsh came and as the Fort Pierre bank was Indebted to tho Minneapolis bank, that lnttllutlon held onto alt funds In their possession. Tho result Is that the Minneapolis loan . firm advanced tho money and received tho mortgage, but tho homesteader never received a cent of consideration for the notes and mortgago given. The suit Is to set aside- ths mort gage, whlcn Is being contested by the lean firm, Two Men Drowned in Missouri River Near Yankton YANKTON, S. IX, Fob. 3.-(8peclal Tel egram.) Iteport has reached this city that Wilt Holder, single, nnd Ed Duncan, married, were drowned In tho Missouri Saturday night by driving Into an air hole five mile west. Tho men wero missing and havo been tracked to. the air hole. Efforts aro being made to re cover tho bodies. resolution last night calling for his re llrrment from all participation In party affairs. 'I nnt the leader ot Tammany Hall,"' ho declared, "and I will remain the leader ot Tammany Hall. That's nilthe matter la closet!." Beyond this he refused to discuss thn action of tho club Friends of Charles V. Murphy, whose retirement ns lender of Tammany Hall Is demanded ln a resolution adopted last night by tho national democratic club, today announced their Intention of ap pealing to the board of governors of the flub on the ground that the aye and nay vote was Illegal. Thomas P. Smith, secretary of Tarn manny Hall, who with other friends of Murphy fought the resolution and tin method of Its adoption, denounced the nrtlon ot Edward F. O'Dwycr, president of the club, In refusing to put tho ques tion to a rising vote as "tho worst In stance of boss rule I over saw." The whole proceeding; was Illegal, Smith declared, and he said tho matter would be taken before tho board of governors In the form of a protest. It was also announced that another meet ing of the cluh probably would be called ant an attempt mado to renclnd the ac tion taken Inst night or declare It illegal, The full membership of tho club Is 723. Only 123 attended the meeting last night At Once! 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