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TJIK BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. MARCH 23, 1914.
OLD MEMBERSWANT CHANGE
ew Constitution Sought by Nc
braskans in Early Legislature.
OPPOSE REDUCING THE NUMBERS
SrnOmrnt UUt Ajfalnnt Any More
TaUna" IiiiiTmnklnir 11 oily Aivnjr
from Pnlm- of Pnhllc
tProin a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 3&-(8peolal. Dis
ctwaion nf propowd methods for conduct
ing legislature! .of thi future, prepared
by tho legislative committee nnd reported
o the Jnectlng of the Legislative league,
diMoscd opposition In somo Instances dc
ildcdly strong against somo of tho
The plnn to cut- down tho membership
or "both houses to about 'one-halt wr leu
will, of rourse, takp a constitutional
intendment to adopt. Opposition to such
s, change mndo by some of tho members
was based on tho Idea that to cut th'i
membership would bo to toko tho making
if laws away from tlio people,' heaping
them from coming dourly In contact with
tho body. It seemed to bo tho Idea of
those opposed to the plan that 'tho mem
bership should itcop an olose to the peo
ple ns posslblo and that tho present plan,
enabled tho pcopld lo linow their reprc-'
tentative personally to n. great extent
and therefore tho latter could mora In
telligently ..represent tho wishes ot hid
Pop C'on1ltutlniinl ' Chntiice.
The strong feeling that a constitutional
"cohCftitlori 'DhiJliid' "be -held wn -ovIOontl
- This", too. In spite of the facl that a HKo
proposition was voted down by tin tost
legislature.' It was noteworthy that
nearly all tho oller members, men who
S "had worked under tho cqnstltution of WA
and In the legislature immediately follow-
ing tho adoption of trie present constltu
S.tlon in 1873, wero strong for a constltu
?.tloual onvcntlpn. Among theso wero
Martin Langdon of 'Omaha, vho served
in tho tcWlor'laricRlslaturo' of lfiS,' rep
resenting5 Sarpy county, llo thought It a
foolish idea that n constitution adopted
when tho state waB unsettled 'should bo
expected to .servo nfter tho state had be
"como one of the richest tn tho west. Mnr
,'t.hall Harrison, who nerved sevoral years
,ago, also favoved ft constitutional con
st Ventlon. Tat noddy, Hill Dcch. Orlando
j'Tcfft, and, In fact, nearly all of tho older
5 members, favored' tlio conventlon-and tho
2 'vote of 3f to 8 agtfinst, though taken after
5 'many had left tho foom, probably repre
sented the feeling among tho member
' of the league. ;
. Tho proposition to cut the legislature
to one body was not brought up early
'enough to recelvo much discussion, but
J It did not appear to bo wry popular,
j l.eplnlRtlvc Procedure.
1 In preparing the report to bo mado
I A. E. STjctdon said that a great deal of
S tlmo had Jccn apnnt in attempting to got,
, tho methovls used 'by other legislatures,
' especially in tho Introduction of bills and
' that other stale as welf a Nebraska had
st!i0 Biinio proWem to face in leaping tho
- . . . . . . . . , . ....i.n
Tlio state wnicn hi ino kbiuu
introduced tho anoiit' bills 'was North
Carolina. The rtato showed a record of
S,(ft5 hills fntrodticcd ,ln tho senate arid
2,263 In tho .ho'uso. ' a (o.fal of , 4,808 "bill.
The, senato of that atata ha fifty mem
bcr while, Ihw libiiso ha lw- toebrasKh,
haJ lntrtMicel''lri? Its senate tho.'las't
scaslon 457 pill In thp sonata and m la
tha liouso. A tqtc4 of 1,318, Nebraska has
100 members of tho house and thlrty-threo
in tho senate. To take care of tho work
of tho North BCftrplliiot legislature thoroi
wore thirty-two' employes' In 'tho Bonato
ond slty In thejtus.c, an average of ono
employe to cuch two momuer. an ntr
UsaUn thero -were, seventy-five employes
Jn tho. senate and nlnqty-threo In the..
fOiouso or three mploys to each two mem
Wyoming' Ittcor. ,
AVyom'ng, with twenty-seven members
In ths ncnato end flfty-aaven la tlio
liotu'c, handled ."BJ bills. 1M being In the
senato and 200 in tho house It . took,
twcnty-flvfe employes to wait .on tho
i twcnty-seVen senators and twonty-olght
, employes to look after tho fifty-seven
inembcrs of thd house. This Is the onmll-
est number, of bills introduced in- any
stato at the 1911 sessions..
Aa un indication of- how tho new party
runs things In California, supposed, to be
tho stato which Is jnoro undor.the pro
gressive policy than any other, there
wero 1,73 bills Introduced In the senate
of that stato at the last session and 2.133
' In the house, a total of 3,9:2 bills. Tho
California legislature Is composed of
forty member In tho. senato .with sixty
employes' jinj lghty ia the house with
" 100 employes. Kansas another very pro
gressive state ha 163 members, and 1
Tho largest salary paid to members of
the legislature is 'paid In Illinois, where
members receive W.000 for the session.
The smallest amount is paid in Kansas,
Missouri and Oregon, whero members ro-
-celvo iS per -day,
The expenses of Tunning a legislature
Is the highest In New York of any stato
given. The last legislature cost ' that
state $!,3T6,19f for ' legislative expenses,
Members of tha legtflature there. gt
, tl&b) per annum. There aro forty-five
senator, who have 1J8 employes, and ISO
representatives, who have 173 employe
to wxlt upon them. It cost the state of
New York' JJOO.SM for pay and mileage
of xnembcr alone the last session. Thero
HIm -Huuiir n rill
wore 1,958 bills Introduced In the "senata
and 2,338 In the house.
It only cost I45..1M to run tho Inst ses
sion of the legislature In Wyoming, the
leaat of any state In the union. The
members get ti per day and the session
Js limited totfqrty.days. It is Interesting
to note that of this amount J30.JSS went
for pay of members and mileage.
For fear that somo might lay "tho low
cost of legislatures to woman sctiffrago
In that state, It might lc well to stato
that Colorado, another place whero tho
women voto and hold office, with only
sixteen more members and twenty-flvo
more employes, the cost of running their
last legislature was $16,933, of which
1109,914 was for salaries of members nnd
mileage. Mombera get paid 11,000 for the
term. This Is !1",4M more than It cost
to run the Nebraska legislature, although
tho latter has thlrty-threo moro mem
bers than Colorado and eighty moro employes.
GOVERNOR CALLS UPON
PEOPLE TO ATTEND OHURCH
(tom a fitaff Correspondent.)
IJNC'OLN, March, !2.-(8n!clal.)-Oov-ernor
MOrehead'a "ao-to-ChUrch" proc
lamation, issued yt-stcrday. Is as follows.
Thoc Is, In this -country 'iMay, a wide
spread movement to call our citizenship
back to. the gpot old .custom C attend
ing 'church each flunday tn the. year.
Without suggesting tho form of worship
to any person, I deslro to" point out the
advantngo to tho Individual and there
fore' tho good to tho stato of a Hearty cooperation-
Ih this movement.
In tha early days of our country our
Pcoplo generally attended divine worship
every Sunday morning, although churches
wero. not ao accessible nor tho mean of
travel so good ns now. Hut with the
easo and luxury of tho present day. has
como apparent Indifference to our obliga
tions as citizens of n Chrlstlun nation.
Perhaps all of us can look back to tho
days of our childhood when our parents
look u to church and nont us to Kunduy
school, and these wern tho happiest days
of our lives. With tho cares that como
with advancing years, wo aro prone to
forget the lessons we learned in child
hood and tlio example set by our good
parent nnd It Is that wo may acnln be
reminded of these, that I Issuo this cftll
to the peonlo of Nebraska, and ask that
Kunday, March 29, 1014. bo set asldo as
"(Jo-to-Church day," and permit me to
tirgo that each adult citizen In the state,
make a special effort to attend divine
service on that day. Whllo our stato Is
growing by leaps and bounds and we are
piling up material wealth, let us not for
get that It doth not profit a man to
gain the whole world if he loso his own
Hy designating tho aboVe date, I do not
wish to bo understood a suggesting that
our attendance at dlvlno worship bo
limited to one day In the year, but I
merely suggest this as the day to begin
a regular attendance in tho hopo that It
may be continued from Sunday to Bun
day while life does last.
qiven under my hand and the great sesl
of tho state, this 21st day of March, 1914.
JOHN H. MOIUSHlfAD, Governor.
Two Cnocu-PK In Knlrbury.
rAinnOHY. Neb., March 22,-(Bpeclal.)
Two caiicusps ,wro held In Falrbury
Friday night and candidates for tho
school board and city council wero put
In tho field by tho socialists ami tho citi
zens' party, A warm discussion took
place at tha cltltenV caucus over tho
management. of Fatrhury' school affairs.
8. H. Dlllcr and J. A. Axtell wero nomi
nated for the school board;-J.- Hutch
ison and Lester Chtldcrs, councllmen,.
First ward; r. M, Ione, Second ward;, K,
W. Mason, Thltdwanl; A. M. Hunger
ford, ;FoUrtli ward, Tjhet socialists nomi
nated Jud Clttrko.aruOV. 'Qulnn for school
jlrustee: for . councllmen, J. J. Mulkey,.
Leo Keoliummel.n. Z. Mllllkane J. W.
JdcCrlgnt ana CimrcVC!bb,,
- . ViKi.i ,) ., .t t
, li'nrmnrn' Union nt ,Un'l,tn.
IIAVKIN., Ncb March 2l-(lpcclal.)-A
mas meeting of farmer was held In,
tha Ancient Order or United Workmen
hall here. U. F. Walton of deneva was
the principal speaker". IIe reported that
at Geneva, where.' the fanner' are or
ganised, they received "600 mora per car
for wheat than local dealer offered.
They had also made a big Having On coal,
lumber, sugar, flour and feed. A local
union of the Farmers' Society of Equity
was formed with about twenty , charter
member, The. following officer wern
elected: President, O, C, Mullnlx; vice
president, 15, P. Forney; secretary-treas
urer, Charles Forney.
Dnntnerntia Cnuonn nt North l'lntte.
NOItTH rtiATTB, Nob.. March 23.-
( Special.) A called meeting of tho demo
cratic party in this city was held In the.
court Jiouso Friday evening, p. T. Tramp
arid Edmund Dickey wero nominated tut
candidates for member of tho schooV
board and T. M. Cohagen as candidate
f6r councilman in tho First ward, Dr. L.
urosi as councilman for the Second
ward. Harry Porter as councilman for
the" Third ward and U 0. Basklns as
councilman for the Fourth ward.
CONSTRUCTION ON NEW
ELECTRIC LINE TO
START BY JUNE
(Continued from Page One.)
try cross roads to take on produce, milk
and cream that tho farmer may desire
to bring to tho platforms and ship to
Coming Into Omaha, the Niobrara,
Sioux City & Omaha road will use thojwhlch wtta ,ttter raUfled
"ft ut mo iwm circci railway, inua
enabling tho first named company to get
right Into the. retail and Jobbing districts,
landing passenger from outside right at
tho door ot tho big stores. Or, It they
deslro. they may continue on to tho
PiiCf-a xn steel and other equipment
have been secured and orders will be
nave oeen secured and orders will bo
placed as soon as tho railway commls-
inn Isttiui. It. nr4lflfMM .f .iiilkAjiu
ell bonds and stock. .
The power plant ot the Nlovrara. Bloux ,
uuy fit umaha road is located at
Nlobraba, in Knox county. Construe
tion ia now going on and not later
than April 1, machinery built especially
for carrying on the work wilt be on tho
ground. The water that will furnish tho
power will bo taken from the Niobrara
Tlver and will necessitate tho removal of
1,000,000 cubic yards ot earth In the con-, makes Paoo'j JDiapepaln tha largest sell
ttructlon of a canal. Ing tomci riculator in tho world. If
At tho Niobrara head works SS.000 horjo
power will be dovelopod at tho start with
47,000 held in an available reserve. Trans -
mission lines for carrying power for com-
merciai purposes will bp constructed to your ImUde filled with bile and indlgeat
Norfolk and thence to Omaha, Lincoln Ibla waste, remember the moment "Pape's
and other points in the state. There will Dlapepaln" cornea In contact with the
also likely be a transmission line Into stomach all such distress vanish, it's
Sioux City. , truly astonlshlng-almoat marvelous, and
With the opening of spring, the work at the Joy Is its harmleasneao.
tho power plant has been pushed and the
"""'""r uvu$m ik.i season ana ae-
livered on the ground in September 'a
being Installed. This machinery consists
of dredges, power graders and shovels
and motors for power.
Wonderful Coach Ilemedy.
Mr. D. P. Lwon of Edison. Tenn.,
writes: "Dr. Klrufa New Discovery Is a
most wonderful cough, cold, and lung
medicine. 60c and U All druggists -Advertisement
RATE HEAKJJP TUESDAY
Railroads Will Then Be Ready to
Oo to the Finish, i
JOBBERS NOT PUSHING CASE
Womnii lieteellve Arrested In I,ln
coin Declnrrn Nhr In IlcliiK I'nlil
to Do "Work nnd 4hnt Iter
Fine Will He 1'arnUhed.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 2!.-(Spcclal.)-Tho
freight rate hearing will occupy the at
tention of the railway" commission Tues
day. At tho last hearing the railroad
asked moro tlmo' In order to prepare an
HWers to tho rates proposed by the com
mission and tho tlmo was allowed them
on the understanding that thero should
bo no moro delay and that the hearing
should continue to tho end.
It Is expected that tho Jobbers will not
object materially to the rules proposed
by tha commission, but tho main fight
wilt bo made by the railroads, who ob
ject to any reduction whatever.
Womnii Detective' Cnr.
Alleging Hlio wo sent to Lincoln by nn
Omaha detective to work up evidence In
a certain caso pending In district court,
Mrs. Fanny Brooks of Omaha Is In Jail
In this city. Mrs. Hrooka admitted that
she had broken tho law of tho state,
but said that she was being paid to do it
and' had been assured by tho Omaha de
tective that Chief ' Malono of Lincoln
would stand for It, having consented to
have her sent here. She said that she
expected to ' be arrested, but was told.
that here flno would bo paid for her. An
investigation is being mndo and tho
nuturd- of somo of tho case Is such that
prosecution may bo started by tho county
After UBlng 1106,000 of tho apeclal levy
for university extension tho stato treas
urer was compelled again to begin tho
work of registering warrants yesterday.
Among tho warrants which failed "to get
In on tho fund yesterday wcr two largo
ones for 12.S0O for coal at one of the state
More JVitmeM nn Petition.
About 1,000 now name camo Into uf
frogo headquarters at tho Llndcll hotel
Jast week on petitions, which will be added
to -tho names filed a short tlmo ago. A
delegation connlstlrig of Mi. F. M. Hall,
Mr. H. H. Wheeler and Mr. J.'El Dark
ley, all of Lincoln, will represent the Ne
braska organization' at tho Mississippi
valley, conference ut Des Molnca begin
ning March 29,
Flic lor Ilrnomlnntlon.
Doth of Lancaster county's senators
who served in tho last session of tho
legislature, John T. Marshall of Panama,
u bunker, and II. V. lloagland of Lin
coln, formerly sheriff, havo filed for ro
nomlnatlon on tho ropuullcan ticket In
FOR NEW HAYEN ROAD
(Continued from Page One.)
and aro understood. Their vorblage re
main to bo worked out, but no difficulty
Is anticipated In that respect.
This statement has tho approval of
both tho attorney ganeral and -tho repre
sentatives ot the 'railroads .
Tonight' agreement, marks the second
victory which" Attorney Ocnoral Money-
nod has won in his effort to havo big
business adjust Itself to tho Hherman
anti-trust act' without litigation. The
complexities In untangling the' New Haven
wero said to bo vastly greater than In
any previous negotiations pf the mmo
kind and the process ha taken months
of careful work by (he lawyer repre
senting both sides.
Tho government shows that within tho
last foV hoilr 'tho Now Haven ' was
granted certain concessions for which It
made a strenuous fight. Length of ths
trusteeship for the Boston & Maine stock
owned by tho Nw Haven was held to
bo one such concession, the decision to
leave tho disposition of tho so-called
sound lines of the New Haven to tho In
terstate Commerce commlslon another.
The department, however, it was pointed
out, has arrived at an understanding for
tho dissolution ot an alleged monopoly,
which has been under flro nnd under in
vestigation for years and which was once
In tho court as a violator of the Bho.'
man act, hut which never before, has been
brought to the point whoro such demands
were mado upon It and accepted.
Tho negotiations were conducted by T,
W. Gregory, special assistant to the at
torney general; Jesse. C.Adklns, assistint
attorney general; F. M. Swackcr, expert
of tho Interstate Commerce commission,
representing the. government; Mo-jr-field
Storey, Walker Hlnea and John W.
H. Crlm, representing tho New Haven.
Uoth Mr. Mclteynolds and Chairman
Elliott participated from time to tlmo In
lief ore the announcement was mada
public tonight the attorney general had a
talk with President Wilson and, it was
understood, outlined to him the p'an
BOSTON, March 22. Unsecured credit
or of tho Henry Siegel company of this
city today were granted a 10 per cent
dividend by Tlufereo James M. Olmstead
of the bankruptcy court. The unsecured
creditors number 2.0CO.
T l , -
JJlQlgGStlOn, Kj&S OT
i Si PIT SnilVNrnmQPh
Time itl "Fapo's Dinpcpsln" mnlcea
your upset, bloated stomach feel
fine In five minutes.
Tleally does" put bad stomachs tn
order "really doea" overcome indiges
tlon, dyspepala, gas. heartburn and sour-
, ness In five minutee that Just that
what you eat fcrmsnU Into stubborn
j lumps, you 1 elch gas and eructate sour,
, undigested food and add; head is dlziy
i and aehea; breath foul; tongue coated,'
J A large fifty-cent case of Pape't Dla-
; join win give you a nunarea dollar
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money bade
It's worth Its weight in gold to ratn
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated, It belongs In your horn
-hould always be kept handy In case
of a rick, sour, upset stomach during
tha day er at night It's the quickest.
sures( and most harmleea stomach doctor
j In tue world. Advertisement
TO AVEET CIVIL
(Continued from Pago One.)
ahat. drove directly to the war office,
whero ho had a long talk with tho sec
retary for war. Tho army council held
an extended conference at tho war of
fice, generals and lesser officers of the
staff coming and going throughout tho
The frnvernmenfn mllltarv tirrantlnn
to Drcservn order In Ulster Uam nrnrlnl.
tated a crisis without parallel In the
history or the British army. Bather
than be Placed in a nnMtlnn wher 4hv
might be called upon to act against tho
Ulster covenanters, number of officer
nave resigned their commission. ,
While tha war nfflen rfna In ,
how many havo resigned, popular belief,
based on reports from tho different regi
ment, is that the number of withdrawals
lias Crippled the Wholn mllltnrv nrirnnlro.
tlon in Ireland and prevented carrying
our tho orders for moving several largo
bodies of troops.
Tho marnuls of rinfinnrtnv n.. n
tho Ulster leaders, ald tonight that
nothing of the sort had occurred In tho
British armv since ihn tn v nf v. n
Public Curiosity nt Fever Heat.
Publlo curiosity is at fever heat over
tho question of how the government I
to deal with tho resignation. Tho lib
oral entJment Is that tho seceding offi
cers should bo court. ninrtlnlwl It.,,.
conservatives argue that tho situation
amount w civil War nnd that the offi
cer snouia havo liberty to choose which
faction they should ally themselves with.
The movement of. troops continued In
Ireland. The center of interest shifted
to Curragh. twentv-five ml1v tmm ni,.
lln, whero the Third cavalry brigade, un-
uer uencrai uough, and tho Fourteenth
Infantry brigade, under Colonel Bolt, aro
stationed. Genera! sir Arthur Paget,
commanding tho forces In Ireland, spent
the day la camp. He held a conference
with fifty officers of the Curragh( Dublin,
Klldare nnd Newbridge garrisons. It
wa said that orders nnd arrived for tho
dispatch of the Third brigade to Ulster,
but that theso could not be carried Into
execution because practically all the offi
cers had resigned.. .
Orders for the illnnalrh nt (h niiliunih
Lancer also failed of execution by rea
son of tho same wholesale retirements of
A Dublin dispatch says the resignations
from the Curragh forces number forty.
Other advices place the number at 100.
Tho government I embarrassed by tho
disaffection, which oven exist among tho
officer whq continue on duty, for tho
army is officered, from tho arlstocratla
families and the great majority of tho
aristocratic .class sympathize; with tho
Many rumors were afloat throughout
The proper drinking
v ft, V ' ,'' ji
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.. . iX tt
.;;.. 4m ths
Drink Schlitz in
That Made Milwaukee Famous.
the day. Among those published and
denied, were report that tho government
had Issued an ultimatum to the officers,
giving them twelve hour to decide
whether to obey orders, and that two
companies of the Dorsetshire regiment In
Belfast had thrown down their arms.
Will lie Arrested, Asuertod,
A Dublin message to a London press
association says that the officers who re
fused to obey orders will bo arrested and
that many of those who have undertaken
to go to Ulster .have done so on condition
that they are 'not to carry arms against
Throughout the two days' crisis lrclai.d
ha not witnessed a breach of tho peaco
anywhere. If Sunday passes without
rioting the officials will draw a sigh nf
relief. The, nationalists, acting on John
Kedmond's advice, have abandoned their
parade In Londonderry, whlcji would have
been almost certain to result In fighting
with tho Orangemen.
BELFAST, Ireland, March 22. Details
of the disaffection among- the troops at
Curragh, which were published fully In
tho evening paper here, created no dem
onstrations of excitement. Belfast to
night 1 wearing a normal nupect, save
that the Saturday shopping crowds were
A council of war was held this after
noon at Cralgavon between Hlr Edward
Carson, the Ulster unionist leader; Gen
eral Sir George Richardson, commander-In-chief
ot tho Ulster troops, and forty
officers comprising the regimental com
rnandcrs of the forces at which mobiliz
ation details were perfected. Tho head
quarters at Cralgavon aro maintaining
constant communication with tho mobil
ization centers by motorcycle dispatch
Cnrso'n Mnken Statement.
Blr" Edward Carson mado a statement
after tho conferenco regarding tho mili
tary situation. Ho said:
"Tho government Is attempting to cowo
Ulster by Intimidation' and provocation,
but both will fall."
A dispatch from Dublin announces tho
swearing' in of special magistrates for
Ulster. This and tho forwarding of de
tachments of specldl constables from
Dublin and Belfast arc regarded here as
an' attempt to Incite riots, as, it Is urged,
no constables would accept such a mis
sion except nationalists.
All tho regular troops In Bolfast wero
confined to tho barracks today, causing
great discontent among the men. Thirty
five hundred volunteers, comprising six
battalions of the north Belfast regiment,
spent tho, afternoon In drilling on tho
estato of Lord Shaftsbury, which Is Bel
fast castle. Other volunteers spent tho
day In target practice.
DUBLIN, March 22. Stock taking at
the Current magazine today disclosed that
thousands ot round of ammunition wen
missing. The stock la being replenished
from the Newbrldgo and Klldare store.
Notice from War Office.
ALDEHSHOT, England, March 22.-The
London & Southwestern railway received
but not the abuse of it, is good for
It flushes the system of waste. Most
people drink too little liquid. Their
systems become clogged with waste,
thus impairing the efficiency of the
nervous and digestive organism.
and get all tjie good without the
harm. It is not enough to make
pure beer it must be kept pure.
"Beer exposed to light for five min
utes becomes undrinkable." The
Brown Bottle keeps Schlitz pure
from the brewery to your glass.
See that crown or cork
is branded 1 ' SchlitZ. ' ' Phones: Doug. i597: A. A a6aa
;.Vilit Hcttled Beer Deoot
notice today from the war office to have
rolling stock m readiness to move any
number of troops up to 10,000 with horses,'
fwagons and supplies at short notice.
,ote from West Point.
WEST POINT. Neb.. March 2t.-(8pe-clal.)
F. 0. Peterson, a wcll-knokn pio
neer farmer of the Oakland neighbor
hood, Is" lying In a hospital at Omaha
ye'y Ijl .from a complication ot diseases,
ills recovery Is extremely doubtful.
Itev. Henry Kell of West Point, who
wis recently ordained. a priest by Bishop
.Duffy of the Kearney diocese, has been
assigned to the assistant pastorate at
Sidney, Cheyenne county, where a new
120,000 church Is nearly ready for oc
cupancy. j Miss Cecilia Foster, principal of tho
: West Point High school, has been elected
principal ot tho Madison High school at
a substantial advance in salary. Miss
Foster was exceedingly popular here.
Mrs. Joseph Kre'kemeler, an aged In
mate of the St. Joseph's Heme for the
Aged at West Point, suffered a vory se
vere stroko of apoplexy on Tuesday last,
from which she Is not expected to re
t'ltlsen Mns Meetlnsr.
NOB.TH PLATTE. Neb., Macrh 22.
(Speclal.) A cltlxcn's mass meeting was
held In this city last evening for tho pur
poso of nominating candidate (or coun
cllmen and school board for the spring
election. Tho gathering was nonpartlsm
in character and more than 500 were in
attendance, It was one of tho largest
mass meetings held here. E. T. Tramp
and Edgar Schiller were nominated as
membcrn ot tho school board and L,. F.
Duke was nominated, fpr councilman In
the First ward; E. W. Mann, councilman
In the Second ward; Harry Porter, coun
cilman In the Third ward, and A. E. Bell,
councilman In the Fourth ward.
neglected, may develop Into seri
ous ailments. litmovs the Inflam
which easily conquers croup,
asthma, tonsllftls, and other
troubles of tho throat and chest.
'h.'i' Brasdon, Sorrento, Me.,
writes: Enclosed find f5 cents, for
which send bottle of Sloan's Liniment,
which Is the only thing I can get to
stop sore throat for me. It aim works
wonderfully on my flesh, stopping
pains of all kinds."
At alt dMlert. Pries 2Sc, 60c. I $1.00
Dr. Earl S. Sloi, tat, Boston, Mass.
733 S. 9th Street. Omaha, Nebe.
Hy. Gerber, lot S. Main St
Mother! is Child's
Stomach Sour, Sick
If tonguo Is contl or If cross, fever"
isli, constipated give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Dort't scold your fretful, peevish child.
See if tongue lo coated: this Is a sure
sign Its little stomach, liver and bowels
ara clogged with sour waste.
When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't
eat, sleep or act naturally, has a stomach
ache. Indigestion, diarrhoea, give a tea
spoonful of "California Syrup of; Figs,"
and In a few hours all the foul'( waste,
the sour bile and fermenting food .passes
out of the bowels' and you have ' a WeYl
and playful child again. Children' love
this harmless "fruit laxative," and moth
era can rest easy after giving It because
It never falls to make their llttlo "in
sides" clean and sweet.
Keep It handy, Mother! A little given
today saves a sick child tomorrow, but
get the genuine. Ask your druggist for
a EO-cent bottlo of "California Syrup of
Figs." which has directions- for bablec,
children of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on the bottle: Itemember there
are counterfeits sold here, so surely look
and see that yours Is made by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company" Hand back
with contempt any other fig syrup. Advertisement
A Tub of Oats
Yes sir, a tub of oats,
and the brisk use of
a curry comb now
and then will make a
horse look like a new
When you fatten him
up a little you can sell
him through the ' ' Live
Stock" columns of
The- Bee at a good
People are making
good trades, too,
every day in this
It will pay you to
watch this column in
The Bee every day.
The BEST offers are
in The Bee. v
Sold for 70 years.
Ask Your Doctor. i&flTuZz
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TWICE DAILY wjjaUj
ANOTHER NEW ONE
One of tha Bright Spot Dortnir
Omaha' rst 'Annual
Merchants' Market Week
A Morry-Oo-Bonnd of Pun. Sonc
and gutter. B
In a Two-Act Musical Paroe,
of The Clock.
BIG BEAUTY CHORUS
DEMI HEADER: .
It's a monl crrUlstr that everr.
body attracted to Omiha by the Mer.
chant' Market Week doing will date
UemMlvFi up fof ono or moro lenalnni
Ht this temple ot Joy, became they
know' that'a all we deal lu.
K. JOHNSON. Mkt. Qtyety.
Evsnlngs. Sunday is Holiday Mats,
5' MATS. 15c and 25c
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ceew cvnx u ru iiae, oat bo imoktag.
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McMahon, Diamond & n -erio ia'n8
M, Cull en. the Five Suliys. Sharp St
TureJc, Kelll Duo, and Hearst-Selig Pic
torial News Ttevletr.
1'rices Matinee1: Gallery. 10c; best
seats (except Saturday and Sunday) 25c.
Nights: 10c, 25c, 50c and. 75c.
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