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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
Wednesday White Goods Specials
25c Flaxon, Wednesday 19c a yard
25c White Cotton Poplin, Wednesday 19c a yard
22c White Checked Nainsook, Wednesday. .18c a yard
50c White Checked Dimity, Wednesday 35c a yard
30o White Checked Dimity, Wednesday 25c a yard
25c White Underwear Crepe, Wednesday. . . ,15c a yard
50c White Shirt Waist Linen, Wednesday. . .29c a yard
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH
GIVES AID IN CHOLERA FIGHT
House of Representatives Passes
Bill for Half Million.
BERT ON TOR SENATE ACTION
Only Opposition to Appropriation
Comes from Mr. Sherler ot Ken
tnckr Morrley (or
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON D. C., Feb. .17,-Spe-clal
Telegram.) The emergency appro
prtatlon measure providing- $500,000 to
combat hog- cholera and other animal
diseases, and alto $100,00) for extermina
tion, of dourlno In horses, was called up
for consideration under suspension ot
the rules today and passed-
Consressmen Sloan and Masulre made
speeches that were necessarily brief, but
nevertheless effective, In support of the
bill, and Congressman Barton took a
hand In tho running; rapid fire debate
that preceded passage of the bill, a de
bate that was precipitated by the oppo
sition to tho measuro displayed by Mr.
pherley of Kentucky. Tho1 appropriation
for the extermination of dourlna Is a
house addition to the bill as It, came
from the senate, and tho bill as passed
today will h returned to the senate for
concurrence In this amendment
Yoanar Morrlsey Has Chance.
Senator Hitchcock, today forwarded to
Frank 3A. Morrlsey, eon of the secretary
to the governor of Nebraska, the formal
paper permitting; him to take tho ex
amination for admission to the United
States naval academy as a cadet. The
examination will be held April 23. If
for My reason he Is disqualified or falls
to pas, Marlon IT. Kirk ot Omaha, who
was named as alternate, will be next in
line to receive the coveted appointment
provided he meets all the rigid require
ments. Mr. Kirk Is now an enlisted man
In the navy, and la at the Mara Island
nary yard preparing; for tho examina
tion In case the fates' should he against
the principal candidate.
O. U Shumway ot Scott's Bluff, Neb.,
18i In the cHy fif connection with lan4
rrlffatlon matters In which his section
i , . . .
i internum,, . .
, J. C. Martin of Central' City, Neb., Is
In Washington on Jsai pusiness ana
called today upon. Representative Sloan.
Judge F. Ml WaJcott of Valentine,
Neb., Is here on business beforo tho TJe
partroent of the Interior and was a guest
f Representative Klnkold today.
W. V, Dennett and wife of Omaha were
amonr Congressman Lobeck's cnllera to
day. They also "visited Judge Klnkald,
They are returning home from a trip to
Ottawa, Canada -end New York.
Illchard Hargre&ves of Lincoln, son-in-law
of Secretary Bryan, has arrived
fn Washington to spend, a fortnight with
the secretary and Ms family, Mrs. liar
greaves having been a house guest at
the Bryan home this winter.
Club is Organized,
With Broatch Head
Captain W. J. feroatch, former mayor
ef Omaha, was last night elected preai
frent ef a newly formed Douglas county
sroareeeive club. A meeting ot pro
gressive was called for the Paxton
)leck. room Ml. About twenty men were
Weaeni. Anson II. Blgelow presided. A
temporary organisation was formed with
fcroatefc president, W. Otto I.HJenatolple
t pome secretary. A constitution was
adopted and a committee on by-laws was
chosen. George Turklngton, H. W. Mor
row and Dr. IV. V. ward were cnosen
on this committee.
The club was organised largely by tho
executive committee of tho old noose
vett club that sprung up In Omaha dur-
tn? the last presidential campaign.
The club alms at active concerted po
litical activity In behalf ot the progres.
-i..- nrtv nd whatever local activities
eoneern that party. As this was tho
preliminary meeting no action has as
Vet been taken In regard to putting a
progressive county ticket In '14
next fall, nor In M8rd to the attitude
pf the party on the various bond Issues
and the proposed charter to come up at
the special election March 10. Another
meeting Is ta.be held next Monday even-
Kay to the SItuatloo-tJee Advertising.
Stallliifca Takes Youutcstvr-
Manager Stalling! ot Boston It going
to give two young Masaacnusetts catchers
a spring try-out. They are Itlchard I'.
1v,wl. of WalDole and "Walter Kenfflclt
r Springfield, whom Walter Marnnvlllc
has recommended for trial. Accotdlng to
he "iu&mt." jceacricK is a comer,
In One Minute! Clogged Nostrils
JMopi Xwty D-idrChaxge, Clears
XMd, XmI iBfl.m.
A Air ?MMf u aod You
Try -jay's Cream Balm.",
Set a small bottle anyway, just to try
fcAa)y a little In the nostrils and In
U.at!y your clogged ( and stopped
- air passages of the head will open;
yU -will breathe freely dullness and
Wtacha laappear Uy morning! the
aaUrsti. ctdln-head .or catrrbal sore
threat stU b gone.
Xa4 sttta misery now! dt th small
T0 UNDERWRITE W, U, STOCK
Syndicate Formed in Order to Carry
Out Agreement with U. S.
KUHN, LOEB & COMPANY HEAD
About Thirty 31 llllons, Now Owned
by the American Telephone
and Telegraph Amount
NEW YORK, Fob, 17.-For the pur-
pose of underwriting Western Union
Telegraph company stock to the amount
of about $,CO0,000, now owned, by the
American Telephone and Telegrsfph com
pany, a syndicate, at the lead of which
Is Kuhn. Loeb & Co.. has been formed,
It was announced tonight.
According to the announcement, de
tails ot the plan have not been made
public, but It Is understood ft Is designed
to carry out tho agreement reached re
cently between the federal Department
of Justice and the American Telephone
and Tolegraph company, providing for
the segregation of the Interests of the
Western Union, and the American Tele
phone ana Teiegrapn company, n is mo
Intention of the syndlcato to underwrite
the stock to present sharholders of the
Western Union company.
Charges of Government.
It Is said that October 21. 1911, the
American Tolcphone and Telegraph com
pany owned $29,057,200 worth of Western
Union stock ot a total of f90,O,O00, then
outstanding. Due to tho fact that tho
stock of American Telephone and Tele
graph was being voted on In bjook this,
one-third holding gave the company con
trol over the Western Union, It was
charged by the government. The stock
In question was acqu.rua vy l"
phono company through purchase of t" l
In question was acquired by tne trie
Gould. Bago and 1 Moroslnl ho
Tne American V ":,,VinV w
company was under Investigation by the
Department of Justice for a numher c-t
years, It being cnargeu uy
lndnndent telcphono tinea and that tno
trunk lines ot tho. combination stifled
Cftllts of TJir-lr Trent...
vr,lvV mmTianlca COmDlftlnfO I
unfair treatment In the matter or raies
charged on messages transfered from Its
Alio roowjs --"- i
system to the Western Union and alleged
that the telephone company inui.v
the operators to switch all subscribers
.i.hinr tn aend a telegram on to the
..i... nfri.- of tho wcsieni union,
which cbmplalnts were sustained by the Uernattonal line to Casas Orandcs, Chl
Publlc Service commission. huahua, whence ho would go by rail
-., ty. it nrniii u tn reunouisii
in umi.u.. r
... l i.il . Um. nnmnmnv'K BcnflmCnL I
with tho Department of Justloe also pro-
...j.j .I.-! .!.. ti, ninnt comnanv i
nor any other company In the Bell sys
tem will hereafter acquire dominion or
control over a competing telephone com
pany." The agreement also stipulated
that arrangements wouia ne maae
promptly by which all other telephone
companies cowu prouum i....
scrlbers toll service over lines ot the
companies could procuro for their sub-
vmiim iimu a m uni no
luunu TKurrifsi. nuuuj
UP GIRL STENOGRAPHER
BRIDOBPORT, Conn., Feb. 17,-Mlas
Ellxa Fronds, a young stenographer, was
held up on one ot tno cuy s nuiei
streets today by Miss Mary McCormiok,
fa) years old. who, at the point ot a
miur. demanded money ot her. Miss
Mrformlclc was seised by a policeman.
She said she had not eaten ror "J1
and had decided to am wie oi 1119
women" whom, she said, she am not
like to see "walking up and down the
streets with furs ana mean Dags. ona
waa placed under observation
termlno her mental condition.
RTiTP HIGHWAY DIRECTORS
ARE HOLDING CONFtHtputl
CHICAGO. Fb, 17 A resolution ask-
Inc congress to authorize the creation ot
a commission to.deiermine now national
aid should be given In the building ot
highways was adopted today at the an
nual conference ot the Association ot
State Highway directors. The association
also advocated the use of convict labor
In highway building and repair work. T.
11. McDonald, state engineer of Iowa, pre
sided at tha conference.
Sars-Chlcairo Is In Mad.
Secretary Charley Williams, formerly
of the Cubs, who recently went ovei
tho Federal league, say a that things were
hot running smoothly In the Chicago
club, and that the money offered by the
Federals waa ao much more than that
which he received from President Mur
ohv that he had no alternative In tha
mutter. Wllllama la very popular with
and Catarrh Vanish
bottle of "Sirs Cream Balm' at any
drug store. This sweat, fragrant balm
dissolves by the heat of the nostrils;
penetrates and heals the Inflamed, swol
len membrane which lints the nose, had
and throat; clears tha air pastagea; stops
nasty discharges anad a feeling of cleans
ing, soothing relief comes Immediately,
Don't lay awake tonight struggling for
breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed,
hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold,
with Its running noia, foul mucous drop
ping Into tbe throat, and raw dryness Is
distressing but truly neediest.
Put your faith just once In "Ely1!
Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh
will Murely dlaappear Agents, Sherman
ti McConaU Drug Ca-AvrtliMent.
ROB UNCLE SAME OP HORSES
Eighteen Mounts Belonging to the
Border Patrol Are Stolen.
WOULD HIRE HUERTA TO RESIGN
Financiers Said to lie Italslnic Pond
to nay IMm Off General Cnr
rnmn (inrn in Join (Jen
cm 1 Vltln.
Eh PASO, Tex., Feb. 17. -A special to
an El Paso newspaper from Columbus,
N. M., tonight, says that Mexican thieves,
presumably belonging to Maximo Castil
lo's band, stole eighteen United States
The horses belonged to a detachment of
twenty-four men of the Thirteenth cav
alry under Lieutenant Hunt, patrolling tha
border near Hermanas, N. M. The thieves
left only seven horses on tho picket lino.
The theft took place yesterday, but was
kept quiet, according to tho dispatch.
Major R. E. U Mlchle, brigade adjutant
at Fort Bliss, this city, said tonight that
no report of the loss had been received
Snlnanr Is I'laced In n Cell.
General Joso Ynex Salaxar, tho most
carefully guarded of tho Mexican prison-
3 uS t It
8am today when at his own request ho
was locked up In the post guardhouse and
assigned to a cell.
General Salaxar made the request yes
terday. The guards were under orders
tn shoot him It any nttcmpt at rescue
should bo made by his friends, and tho
Koneral feared that his enemies might
tako advantage of the order to make a
falso demonstration to mislead the guard.
Maximo Castillo, the bandit, charged
with tho Cumbre tunnel tragedy, was
heard from again today.
Tho mcssugn reading: "Castillo on our
ranch." was received nt llachlta, N. M.,
this afternoon by Captain White of tho
Ninth united States cavalry, who trans
mitted It by army wireless to Fort
Bliss. Tho message to Captain White
was slKned "McCormlck." McCormlck
Is tho manager of Ian Palomas ranch,
and whllo ho Is regarded an reliable, the
news was consldored of little Importance
saive to show that tho bandit Is alive,
tor Las Palomas Is a ranch of 400.000
acres In extent. , ,
rtenernl Scott telOKrapneu uaptain
White that there was nothing tho latter;
could do unlesa Castillo came on Amer
Iran soil, in which case the captain was
Instructed to arrest him.
Would liar Off Iluertn.
urirvtm f!!TY. Feb. 30. rrovisionni
President Huerta Is said to have paid
certified drafts on London and Parli
amounting to 1.060.000 pesos, to tho Mitsui
Bussan company of ToKio ror arma
ment furnished to tne leaerai kovcui
ment. It was reported tnat a pronmwm
American Is trying to arrange for tho
resignation of Huerto on uonau oi
group of financiers In tho umiea owica
and , consideration of a
",,,, um ot money.
payment, ut a
Kustaqulo Angeles, a nephew of Gen
ral Fcllpo Tngcles, ono of mo Rcnerum
m,nent ,n tho overthrow of
President Madcro and who Is
now with Venustlano Carranra, was
indav. charged with
rtid hre today, charged wun iur.
nlahlno- Information ot the movements
ot federal troops to tho rebels
.. in .In In "V 1 1 1 11 .
uirnnin - - - .
CAIilACAN, Elnaloh, Mexico, ieb. !.
General Car ran eo, commander-in-cniei
. U- vnatltfltlnrlftllALS. 1CIL inQAV
inke hf ,on(f d.ferred visit to ail
Ut plan, to g0 atreot to Nogalcs, on
I,.. American border, and then travel
overland on the Mexican Sine oi mo n
i.iih.r tn cninuanua v-uy ui vmuw
- ., - - .... it
JtlSres. lia 11I1&J ucDHliaut "
nounced, depends upon plans for the
nrojccicu Binn -""
tho south, which Is expected to Dcgm
with an assault by Genoral Villas forces
unon Torreon. aencral carranxa was
accompanied by more than 1,000 men, In
Mndinir his personal staff, a battalion
of infantry and a regiment of cavalry,
Fling LeCtUl OS On
Bismarck; Starts New
n vr x. HA J3
Series INeXl lVIUUUtl
lh. ci0.inK number ot his series ot
lecH,,,, which have een given at the
Auditorium of the High school. Dr.
Fred Morrow Fling discussed the union
ot tho empire ot Germany, and the vast
influence which the diplomacy o Otto
vn Bismarck had In effecting the
At the outset,
Dr. Fling told of the
. mnromiB(l K0
government which was
. d th. p-ODi0 0f rrussla In tho
Dro1,jon for two assemblies, which, n
stead of originating from tuo people,
were granted and controlled by the king.
making the government one emanating
mm the kinif rattier xnan irom n
vnrlnu. Dosts. and how through intri
cato devlcce, ho iinany ioreea rrenco
to becomo the agreesor In the war which
resulted In binding the various states 01
Germany Into the empire.
Following the lecture yesterday auer-
. . L HAW
noon, It was announceu iu vu
Monday Dr. Fling would open a series
of six lectures on tho Frencn rcvoiuuon.
The lectures will occur consecutively on
Monday afternoons, starting at i ,0 ciock
at the high school auditorium.
Key to the Bltut!aon-& Advertising.
DAUGHTERS OF REVOLUTION
WILL MEET IN FAIRBURY
FAIRBURY. Neb.. Feb. 17.-(Speclal.)-
The annual conference ot the Nebraska
chapter of the Daughters of the Revolu
tion will be held In this city .Marcn if.
IS and t. Mrs. Warren Perry, stato re
sent. Ilvlmt In this city, has sent out
notices to all tho local chapters m mo
state, announcing the program and gtv
Ing Instructions in regard to the meet
ing. Tho Fatrbury Commercial ciuo una
Qulvlra chapter of this city win 00m
assist In entertaining the visiting dele-
According to Mrs, Perry"s program, tne
conference will open at tho homo or
Mrs. George Cross with a reception. Tho
next evening, Wednesday, a banquet will
be given at the Mary-Etta hotel. The
sessions of the conference will be held
at the Christian church. Speaker of
nromlnence will be present nt each
Piles Cared tn G to 14 Days.
Druggists refund money It Pato Olnt
rnent fails to cure Itching, blind, bleed
Ing or protruding piles. First appllca
tion gives relict. (0c Advertisement,
'THE LAWYER AND THE PUBLIC
Gurley Discusses Relation at Creigh
ton Law School Banquet.
PROFESSION WILL BEAR TEST
Declare It Will Menanrc lip to
Other First Gntherlnit of All
Students and Alnmnl of
College cheer and college cheers shed
genial atmosphere ot good fellowship
over the crowd of 1W students and
alumni of the law school ot 'Crclghton
university at their banquet at tho Com
mercial club last night.
It was the first occasion ot the kind
ever held In Omaha, an event at which
all clascs and the faculty sat with tho
alumni, and the event promises to estab
lish a precedent which will be dear to
Crelghton men In the years to come.
Walter T. More of the senior class pre
sided. Maurice Griffin of the freshman
class responded to tho toast, "First Im
pressions." Ho was fol'owed by Edwin
Mitchell, president of the Junior class.
who had for his subject. "Adrift." Claude
Mattal of tho night class responded
to the toast, "Night." and John O.
Moran ot tho senior class chose for his
subject, "The Dawn." E. J. McVann,
president of tho Pan-alumnl association
of Crelghton university, spoke for the
alumni, being aslgned tho subject, "The
Lean and Hungry Look "
William F. Gurley, tho principal speaker
of the evening, selected for hlo subject.
Congenial Company. I
"I enjoy myself In tho presence- of law
yers because these days that seems to be
the only place In which they are well
spoken of," he said, "and we never sink
so low that we fall to speak well ot our
selves. That may bo called just brag, but
character Is founded on self-respect, and
self-respect Is founded on what men
know they ought to do, on the Ideals to
be striven for. And why not brag, when
the objoct Is to uplift ourselves? Brag
not only an American characteristic,
but a national habit.
"Another reason, however, why we
brag, Is to protect ourselves from a gen
eral assault, which amounts to almost a
conspiracy, against lawyers on the part
of organized society. When tho cltlxens
discuss us Individually as lawyers, they
may speak well ot us, but when they
mention us as a profession It Is with
blttornoss and contcmptuousness. I have
often wondered If thero was a radical
dofect In the profession and have con
cluded, after much reflection, that there
Is not. I believe that there are no more
weak brothers in the legal profession
than In any other profession or business.
What Pabllo Thinks.
The reason for this contempt on the
part of the public, I believe, Is due to
the fact that It looks upon lawyers as
men who live by their wits, who are
neither laborors nor capitalists. Tho
general public seems to regard tho law
yer as tho forerunner of trouble, tho
fomentor ot litigation. The averago busi
ness man and the average laborer are
both materialists. When cither of them
pays out his good money he wants some
thing tangible, something that Is sub
stantial In matter. You may aavo his
reputation, get him damages, clear his
name, or protect his business, yet ho
wonts something that Is more material.
"Society at large regards the lawyer
from an economic standpoint, as one who
does not contribute to the wealth of the
world. This belief Is fundamentally false
Wo must have organised society, justice.
law and security In order to have a basla
civilization upon which to found ouc
business. Tho lawyer always has been
and always will be a quasl-publlo man.
and the integrity of the courts and the
very government itself Is largely In his
hands. A democracy without restraint Is
not a true democracy. Wo have a con
stltutlon, written or unwritten, to pre
scribe tho rights ot the majority, and a
man who believes tha,t a section of tho
bill ot rights can bo repealed the same as
a city ordinance has no conception of
On No Man's Land is
NEW YORK, Feb. 17.-The Fabre line
steamship Roma, which waa ashoro with
more than 500 persons on board on No
Man's land, an Island oft Martha's Vine
yard, Mass., has been floated and Is on
Its way to Providence, according to a
wireless message received here tonight
by tho company's agents. The message
was timed 10:10 p. m. and was from the
Roma's captain. It said:
"We are floated and are taking the
route to Providence."
Tho line's agents said they did not
question the authenticity of the mta
sage and are satisfied their vessel is
CONGRESSMAN MARTIN TO
LEAVE HOSPITAL TODAY
ST. LOUIS, Fob. 17. Congressman E.
W, Martin ot South Dakota, who haa
been 111 with pneumonia at St Luke's
hospital hero for several weeks, will leave
the hospital tomorrow. lie Is not yet
able to go to Washington and will spend
several days recuperating at the home of
his brother In Webster Grove, a suburb
of St. Louis.
J. C. Williams.
riBRRE, 8. D., Feb. 17. (Special Tele
gram.) In the death this morning at Hot
Springs of J. C. Williams Pierre loses
another pioneer resident for thirty years.
He was freight agent ot tho Chicago &
Northweatarn railway at thla city and
has held a number of clvlo positions In
Auditors Choose Officers.
PIBRRR. 8. D Feb. 17. (Special Tele
gram) The County Auditors' asaocla
tton at Its meeting this evening selected
as officers; President, H. H. Howe ot
Minnehaha; secretary-treasurer. D. H,
Ripley ot Brooklnga; vice presidents, R.
A. Zangle ot Davison, M. D. McOlllI
vray of Lake; executive committee, F-.
J. Cumrolngs of Mellette. E. B. TOomey
of Poter and K. W. Elsenbrey ot Hutch
Struck by Passena-rr Train.
COLUMBUS, Neb., Feb. 17.-(Speclal
Telegram.) L. Bern, who lives west
darks, was brought to the hospital tn
this city, he having been struck by east'
bound passenger train No. two miles
west of Clarks thla evening. His condl
tlon Is serious and one of his arms may
have to be amputated
EDITOR PRESENTS EVIDENCE
Eosewater Gives Reasons for De
mand for Bar Houoecleanin.
DO EN LAWYERS ARE INVOLVED
Demand Is Made that Perjnred
Testimony Uaed la Contempt
Hearlncr Which Followed
Libel Trial be Investigated.
The grand Jury yesterday listened to
evidence given by Victor Rosowater,
editor of The Bee, summoned beforo It
to gtvo reasons for charges made by him
that the local Bar association needs a
"houseclcanlng." Mr. Rosewater pre
sented to the Jury about a dozen cases
of alleged wrongdoing to which lawyers
practicing hero iwere parties. Ono ot
them came close to an officer of the Bar
association who has been scouting the
A demand that tho grand jury investi
gate directly contradicting evidence
growing out of a fight over a Jury, by
means of which attorneys for Cadet
Taylor secured a new trial ot the libel
caso against The Bee was made by Mr.
Rosewator. Ho asserted that perjured
testimony was used In tho contempt
bearing which followed the libel suit and
that indictment should be returned
against the guilty persons.
lloonrils Nhorr Mlacondnct.
Asked about his appcaranco before the
grand Jury, Mr. Rosewater said
"In considerable detail I went into
matters on which my demand In Tho
Bco for a housecleanlng by the lawyers
had been based. If the various cases of
crookedness disclosed by tho court rec
ords aro thoroughly Investigated there
will be no trouble sustaining tho charge
unprofessional conduct and to warrant
more than ono Indictments. I also called
attention to the bribery of witnesses and
packing of Juries, particularly the case
Juror Gard In tho libel caso In which
was able to give my own direct testi
mony as to tho perjury, committed. I
asked the grand jury cither to indict
Gard for perjury or to indict those who
contradicted him, according to the pre
ponderance of testimony."
ather of Actress
Playing in Omaha
Dies from Injury.
CINCINNATI O., Feb. 17.-(8peclal
Telegram.) Coroner Focrtmeyer pre
pared today to summon the crew of a
Cincinnati street car to tell their story
an altercation during which. It Is
aid, Jamos Plerpont, aged 62. a well-
known scenic artist and father of Mrs.
Taylor Granville, an actress now clay
ing In Omaha, was injured so that he
died lato yesterday. Mr. Piernont re
ceived Injuries on January 17, when. It
Is alleged, ho was ejected from the street
car by tho conductor and motorman after
dispute which arose because, It Is said,
Plerpont boarded tho car on tho wrong
side ot the street During the quarrel
that followed, It Is alleged, Plerpont waa
struck on the head wflth the controller
Traction officials to whom the report
ot tho affair was modo on tho day fol
lowing "tho altercation, denied today that
controller handlo had been used.
Mrs. Granville Is expected home from
Omaha tomorrow. Another daughter,
Mrs. Ida Plerpont Stevens, well known
singer of New York, Is also coming home
for the funeral.
Mrs. Taylor Granville, wife of ono ot
the stars In "Tho System," now playing
at tho Orphoum, and who has an Im
portant role also, is the daughter ot the
Mr. Plerpont referred to In the Cincin
nati dispatch. '
Boy Subs for Porker
in Carload Shipment
LINCOLN. Feb. 17. A boy crated and
shipped as lWe stock was the discovery
made by a veterinary surgeon here to
day when he waa called upon to Inspect
a carload of goods billed from Bertrand,
Neb., to Burke, S. D. The waybill on
the shipment Included household goods
and "one hog, value released at $10."
Being an Interstate shipment Inspec
tion waa required. The veterinary found
the household goods, but no sign oc a
hog. A careful search, however, re
vealed n hoy curled up In a corner ot
the car, none the worse for his trip. By
billing tho car as part live stock the
shipper la allowed the low rate on the
household goods, and In the absence ot
a hog tho boy waa sent by tne snipper
ns a substitute.
M'ADOO AND HOUSTON
LEAVE FOR WASHING I UN
CLEVELAND, O.. Feb. 17. Secretaries
McAdoo and Houston, comprising me
organisation committee of the federal re
serve bank board, left tonight for Wash
ington after hearing Cleveland and north
ern Ohio bankers argue today tor me
location ot one o the regional banks In
Cleveland. Cleveland's claims were urged
as superior to those ot Cincinnati and
Mr. Gustaf Wlatedt and Miss Augusta
Swanson, both of Craig, Neb., were mar,
rled by Rev. Charles W. Savldge at hta
atudy on Tuesday at 11 a. m. They were
accompanied by Mr. Alex Buderson and
Mr. W. Slmonson, also ot Craig.
Quit Meat if Your
Meat forms uric acirL which
ologs Kidneys, irritates Blad
der or cause Rheumatism.
Whsn you wake up with backache and
doll misery in the kidney roil on It gen
erally means you have been eatlnr too
much meat, says a well-known authority.
Meat forms urlo aold which overworks
the kidneys In their effort to filter It
from tbe blood and they become sort ot
paralysed and lovcy. When your kidneys
Et slufstsh and cloar you must relieve
them, like you relieve your bowels; re
niovtneT all the body's urinous wacts, also
you have backaciM, sick headache, dlsay
spells:i your stomach sours, tongue 1
.coated, and when the weather Is bad you
.tave rheumatlo twtnesa. Tha urine Is
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA SIGN
Two Universities Enter Into Agree
ments for Gridiron and
NO GAME WITH MINNESOTA
Impossible to Reach Agreement
Whereby Games Will be Played
In Lincoln and Minneapolis
LINCOLN, Feb. 17. Tho athletic mana
gers ot Nebraska and Kansas universi
ties entered Into agreements providing
for foot ball games and track meets be
tween teams representing tho two Insti
tutions for the next two years.
Tho 1014 foot ball game Is to be played
at Lincoln, November It, and the track
meet for this year will be at Lawrenco
on a date yet to be decided upon.
At the same time It was announced by
Nebraska athletic authorities that thero
will be no foot bail garnet this year be
tween Nebraska and Minnesota, It being!
Impossible to reach an agreement
whereby gomes would bo played In LIn
coin and Minneapolis on alternate years.
Shafer Beats Behr
in a Lively Match
NEW YORK, Feb. 17. Competitors in
tho singles drew Into the semt-flnals of
tho national Indoor lawn tennis champion
ship tournament here today. B. M. Phil
lips defeated B. S. Prentice, the former
Harvard player, 6-0, G-J; Dr. W. Rosen-
baum won from J. 8. Cushman,.6-1, -4;
A. M. Lovlbond, the regimental cham
pion, defeated A. S. Cragln, 6-1, 6-8.
One of tho liveliest matches was that
In tho ourth round, In which O. C. Shafer,
former1 Princeton-Columbia expert, beat
Karl II. Bchr, famous aa an Internation
alist, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3. Shafer Is coupled with
G. F. Touchard, tho champion, for the
open bracket In the semi-final round.
The best matches In the doubles wero
those In which Behr nnd Prentice beat
II. Parker and Dr. J. R. Mixsell, 6-1, 6-3;
and W. C. Grant and G. C. Shafer, tho
Champions, beat H. Stetnkamp and I.
Hartman, 6-2, C-0.
PRINTERS' BALL TOURNEY
WILL Be HELD IN AUGUST;
CINCINNATI. O., Feb. 17.-The sev
enth annual base ball tournament of the
Union Printers' National Base Ball league
will bo held here throughout the week
beginning Sunday, August 2, and contlnu
Ing to tho following Saturday, It was an
nounced tonight. Tho cities which will
send teams are: New oYrk, Philadelphia,
Boston, Chicago, Detroit, St. Paul and
The local team will also compete.
President August Hcrrman of the Cin
cinnati National league club, himself a
union printer, has tendered the use ot
Redland field or the games.
The winning dub will bo presented with
a cup known as the Herrmann trophy.
Wrestle in Vain;
CHICAGO, Feb. 17. Gustave Frlsten
sky. claimant of the European champion'
ship, and Paul Sampson, heavyweight
wrestlers, struggled through a long match
tonight only to find, at the conclusion of
the bout, that a deputy sheriff had at'
tached tho box office receipts ot J5C0.
They had their night's work for nothing.
The wrestlers finished the match with'
out knowing that most of the money for
which they had been straining themselves
had disappeared. The attachment was
made against Edward N. Whtto, promoter
of tho match, on a three-year-old Judg
ment. Frlstensky won the match In
ATTEMPT TO ABOLISH '
RED WAREHOUSES FAILS
WASinNGTON, Fob. 17.-An effort to
strike from tho pending Indian appro
prlatlon a provision to abolish the Ive
Indian warehouses maintained by the
government for the purchase and storage
of Indian aupplles failed today In the
house. The warehouses are located In
New Tork, Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha and
Representatives from these cities who
protested against the provision expect to
reopen tho fight tomorrow. Detailed con
stderatlon of the Indian bill took up the
entire day In the house.
NEAR RIOT AT SESSION
OF OHIO LEGISLATURE
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 17.-Scenes of
tumult, which at times bordered on riot,
marked the closing day ot the special
session ot tho legislature, which ad'
Journed sine die late today.
An altercation In the house, between
Representative M. A. Warnes, demo
cratlo floor leader, and Representative J,
G. Cooper, republican, waa prevented by
other members separating them during
a quarrel over the automobile license tax
bill, an administration measure which waa
finally passed and sent to the governor.
Smallpox nt Yankton.
YANKTON, S. D., Feb. 17. (Speclal.)
On account of some smallpox cases In
the city the school board haa ordered
that all pupils tn the city schools must
produco certificates of successful vaocl
nation or they will not be permitted to
attend school. The protests usual at
such times are being heard from a few.
Kidneys with Salts
clondy, full ot sediment, channels oftan
get sore, waiter scalds and you are ob
ltged to seek relief two or throe times
during the night.
Either consult a good, reliable physician
at once or get from your pharmacUt
about four ounces) of Ja4 Mta; taks
tablespooBful in a glass, of water befor
breakfast for a feir days and your kid- 1
neya win then act fins. This famoua
salts Is made from the add of grapea and,
latnou Jul os, combined with Uthta, and;
has been used for generations to clean I
and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to '
neutralise ocias m me unns ma 11 ao
longer Irritates, thus ending Bladder
neutralise adds in the urine so It no
Jad Salts la a Ufa saver for regular
meat eatsrs. It Is Inexpensive, cannot
Injure and makes a delightful, etferre.
cent Uthlawair druVA4rv-tlssaat.
SIOUX FALLS POSTMASTER
AND BONDSMEN SUED BY U. S.
miliar itai. m. 11.. I'Pn. 1, ui
filed here today In United States dis
trict court by the United States govern
ment against Postmaster P J- Rogde
and his bondsmen for recovery of 310.0W
which disappeared from registered mail
In the Sioux Falls postotficc In June,
Mil, under postal regulations holding
postmasters responslbla for all regis
tered mall In their care. Among the
bondsmen, defendants with Rogde, Is
tho estate of tho lato United States Sen
ator A. B. Klttredge.
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Canadian National Opera
At Auditorium, Omaha
La Gioconda, Thurs., Feb. 19.
Samson & Dalila, Fri., Feb. 20.
Popular Prices, 75c to $2.50.
Tickets now on sale at Audi
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