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Tim BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914.
It Costs Nothing
to improve one's taste by
frequent walks through the
apparel section of this store,
where thereji something on
tirely new almost every day.
The Show Windows
of This Store Are
Not Mere Decoys
Our windows are not filled
with "show pieces." Tho
goods are all for sale and
inside in their respective
sections are more goods of a
MdARirto' CONSIDER SCHOOL
5 Educators i of Iowa. to. Have Case
4 Before Managing' -Commission.
TO HID MR. BOWMAN'S PLACE
Supreme Court Ilevrrsrs Polk
Connty. lovrn, Cnnn Where Coun
cll ' Wan). Heatrntncil frpm
'ilntalns; I.nnil Values.
I (roma-Bnff Correspondent.)
f DES MOINES, March. 24.-(8podul Telo
j Kram.)-A moclltiK o tlio- fitnto Board of
J Kducatlon waa today called at Iowa City
t on Friday morning to arrange for IllllnB
j "tho vacancy caused by the resignation of
President Uowman .and to'tuko. action to
! protect tho university front further li6t
5 We. It Is believed other, resignations Will
I follow .that of' Bowman. '
. llevemen I.mul Vntiie C'nxr.
jji ,Tha supreme court today reversed tho
j-f'amous ttrtt 'In' Polk eountjf court, m
Viwtfhleh tho Iowa League of Municipalities
' secured 'an order to the stato 'executive
'council dlrectlnjr It to ralso land assess-
xncnta t6" full market value. Tho case
r "i"aa 'originally brought against former
state1 oftfclals and the' court hold that It
could not bo binding on tho present offi
cials, since Us only standing was on the
theory of-fraud and collusion In violation
of the law.
Tho supreme court also decided that the
courts tyiva not tho right to direct tho
exercise -or . discretion on the part of the
state officials and there was no cvldenco
, the council jnUmdod .to violate the law
last year. It was on this decree that the
stato officials, made the raise In assess
meats which has caused a great furor In
Tho supremo court also affirmed u case
fom Cheroke? county In which, 15.' P.
Ilesacnlus was,conv,ced;of manslaughter
for having choked his wife to death after
a wb" perfect
- comforts, that 1
.r : -knos ; of good
wife an erood to-
git a little tryin at
f pr Boys of all Ages
Many of our best enstomera today
are men that started aa boys to wear
A Welcome Addition to
Spring's Newest Fabrics.
' FINE QUALITY OREPETINE in the much wanted plain
colors of Tango, Rose, Helio, Tan, Blues, Pink, Etc. an ex
tremoly popular spring wash material, 36-inch wid$ 30c yard.
PRINTED CREPES Floral
inches wide, 15c a yard.
PRINTED VOILES New
new colors, including a line of
25c a yard.
A complete selection
of washable gloves, in
leather, silk, lisle or
may be well gloved at
a small cost. Ask to
see our new styles
50c up to $3 a Pair
MCMMMD Jtt AMD SOCTKCNTH
& ciuarrol. Ho claimed she fell from tho
porch end was accidentally killed.
PIpNEEfl FREIGHTER AND
GOLD SEEKERD1ES IN TABOR
TABOn, la., March 21. (Kpeclal.) Anderson-
Cox, an old and. prominent cltlxen
of Tabor, died Sunday evening at his
residence on South Main street from liver
trouble following an attack of tho grip.
Tho funeral will occur Wodnesday at 1
o'clock, p. m. The deceased was 83 years
old February U; and besides his widow
Is survived by two daughters. Tho elder,
Viola, resides In Seattlo and the younger
being Mrs. It. C. Laird of Tabor.
Mr. Cox was among thoso. who went to
California during tho early gold excite
ment of 1849, nnd was one of tho early
freighters. across tho great-plains to Don
Ver nnd south to Santa Fo N. M. lie
moved to Tnbor about thirty years no
from Missouri and later for many years
ownod and operated tho Tabor hotel,
which he rebuilt and enlarged.
OFFICERS; RUN DOWN MAN
CHARGED WITH FORGERY
WATBULOO, Ia March 24,-(8peclal
Telegram.) Dotpctlvo Patok of a national
dotoctlvo agency and Captain Herman T.
Wagner of this city this morning 'ar
rcMod Kugone McCullum of Qrlnnell, said
to be ona of tho smoothest forgors In tho
middle west. They found htm In a pri
vate rooming home. McCullum Is said
to haVn worked under six different
aliases, Gone McCullum, Oeorgo Ilussclt,
1 M. Brown, K, C. Fox and U Daln.
Ho la charged
with carrying on his
swindling game while engaged In the ac
cident Insurance business thrco years
ago. McCullum was arrested at Sioux
Kails on a chargo of forgery. Ills last
base, of operations wus Council Muffs.
Operations hayo been extensive through
out the state.
even the best
of all Kinds
brought here as little tota
The first pair of beys
shoes you buy at this store
will not only please the boy,
himself, but will convince
you that our shoes are mora
durabl than most store
sell. Moderate prices.
162 V JDOUGLA3.
the Rest of
designs, all new colors, 27 1
patterns on tinted grounds,
stripes. An excellent quality,
Women are often mystified
over the wonderful display of
New Sorosis Creations
Now ready for
Boy Wounded Many
Times in -Battle
TKHHK HAUTE, lnd., March 24,-Aft.;r
a revolver fight with tho police, during
which many shots were exchanged, Ern
est MoWllllams, aged 15, surrendered
after his clothing had been soaked with
blood from many wounds, The boy, was
found early today In the giinshop of Ed
ward Totrel and when callod on to sur
render, replied by tiring at the police.
The police armed themselves with ihol
ffuns, whllo McWllllams climbed Into an
automobile In tho rear of the store and
put up a constant fire. AH the window
panes in tho building were broken and' t be
jautorrioblto .was riddled by bullets from
the pollccmens' guns. After b'cln
wounded many times, McWllllams, with
arms abovo his head, staggered out df the
store. lie was sent to a hospital where1
It waa said his condition was serious.'
Five loaded revolvers ,wee found
boy's pockets and he had placed a nmbvr
of loaded fltltS ,ahd shotguns Irt" the'lKto
moblle. "' '?
GERMAN AVIATOR MAKES '
NEW ALTITUDE RECORD
JOHANNI8TUAL. Germany; March 24.
IJnnekogel, a Oenrtan aviator, today
established a world's altitude record' for
a flight with one passenger In- an aero
plane by nttalnlng a height of 18,0cA feet
In hs monoplane from the Aerodrome
here. The previous record for a flight
with' one passenger was made by the lato
Kdmond Perreyon, a Krenchmnn, who, on
June 3, 1913, roso to a height of 16,370
ANCIENT SALT CELLAR
. BRINGS ENORMOUS PRICE
LONDON', March 24, A silver salt cellar
from the late. Lord As,hburnham's collec
tion was Bold for $28,000 at Christie's
auction rooms today. Tho treasure, which
dates from the period of Henry VII, is
believed to bo tho earliest standing -salt
cellar in oxlstenco. Its height with the
cover Is 1VA inchos, but it welgi.s only
thirty ounces. A pair of Charless II
bottWhrcaight at the same, same $U,E00.
Caueus at Clay, Center..
CLAY CKNTEK, Neb., March 2f.-(8pe-qlal.)i-A
caucus of, tho ctlxens' party met
last night and made the- following nomi
nations; Mayor, J. , Ev 'Whoeler; city
qlerk, ru A. Dyrklt; city engineer, R. E.
Jessup; councllmrn. First ward, J. H.
Hlchert; councilman Second ward, K, W,
Tho people's party aso held a caucus
and nominated the following; Mayor. F,'
W. Uean; city treasurer, II. A. Hwanson;
city clerk, W. II. Recti; city treasurer,
Hob Tompkins; councilman, First ward.
C. D. I'almer; councilman, Becond ward,
A. 8. Kyne.
9Iuch Interest nt urorn.
AUIWHA, Neb., March 24. Speclal,)
Dy far the largest caucus ever held In
Aurora was hold last night to nominate
the men for the various city otlces, there
being 420 votes cast, The candidates nom
inated afo as follows; Mayor, Robert
Chapman; .clerk, J. F. Cole; treasurer,
Oeorgo Wanck; councilman, First ward,
J. W. Stokoabury; councilman, Socond
ward. -Peter." Isaac; -councilman. Third
ward, Jner Peterson. School board. A. W.
Hickman and )! E, Atlsworth.
Nctt Tlctft In Alhlqu.
ALBIOK,. Neb., .March 24.-(Specll
T;lfBran.) A caucufs presided ocr by
! Oeorgo 'Williams has met and placed in
nomination the following city ticket in
; opposition to tho cltUens' caucus ticket:
! W. C. Pay, mayor; Harry E. Hallstead,
, clerk; Robert Larson, treasurer; Uert
Watson, city engineer; Jacob Thostcnsen
and Thomas Matthews, councllmen.
! Truman to AVrplnir AVatcr.
. 1K)NCA. Neb.. March Speclal.)-Su-
perlntendent T. V. Truman of this city,
has been elected superintendent of the
: public schools of Weeping Water. Neb.
: Mr. Truman had served two years as
: superintendent and was te ndred the pott
' tlon for tho ensuing year.
I'ort Hodge Mooter Abandon Party
KORT DO DOB, la.. March 4.-(Speclal.)
-A constant,!) Increasing number of the
voUrs who recently changed their party
affiliation and . went over - to - the bull
mwse .ranks, are cqmlny back to the re
publican party. The story Is told in the
records of the auditor's office. Failure Qf
a movement to cure a serious spilt In
, thr republican ranks In Webster county
, amount for the return of the prodigals
HUERTA IS IK GOOD HEALTH
Cares of Office Do Not Worry the
TAKES THINGS AS THEY COME
Cnblnrt CnuncllH llrlil nt 9Iot
Unnsnnl Plnces nnd nt IrreKulnr
Honrs Dine Often In
Pu hi Ic.
MEXICO CITY, Match, 2S.-After a year
In office General Huerta appears In
better health than when ho undertook tho
presidency. Th- difficulties ho ihas en
.countered have loft no stamp upon his
features. Six- months ago some of his
friends and most of h' enemies predicted
early physical collapse and thorn wero
some who would not have "been surprised
had his Intellect suffered as tho result
of the enormous odds.
"Take things as they come," seems to
havo been the llfc-lonp- philosophy of
(Huerta, tempered always, however, with
the belief that all things come to him
who waits, .especially to him who watts
for and seizes tho big opportunity; Worry
ing has never been ono of Huerta' fall
lr.gs. Nor is he a' Creature of ' routine.
Regularity does not characttrlzc his
methods. He does his work when and
whero It suits his convenlcnco and all
mcmbors of his official family, tho public,
and his private family as well have to
Long ago he tired of tho regular cabinet
meetings nnd announced that conferences
with his ministers would take place
whenever ho summoned them, and there
would be no placo regarded jis sacred to
mai ceremony. Ami so it has como
about that questions of the greatest Im
port are as likely to be discussed In his
private home as In t,ho National palace
and not at all Infrequently ho sends word
to his ministers suddenly that he would
llko to meet them that very morning In
tho woods about Chapultopec castle.
Impromptu Council In Park.
TO tbe famous and ancient park In
which the castle Is located he drives In
his automobile. His ministers, also ar
riving" In their cars, wonder in Just what
part the president Is going to see them.
Their chauffeurs or aides sight tho nresl-
dcntlal car ahead on one of tho many
lrivcs and thoro begins a chase which
may como to an end beneath one of tho
great shado trees, or besldo the lake,
Ministers and president alight, sit on the
benches or walk along one of the inter
secting footpaths and there talk of af.
fairs which perhaps arc of International
Importance, pack of all Is th president's
whim. Ho may bo late. The ministers
wult He may have altered Ills mind re
garding affairs of stato and tho ministers
are told to meet him later In the day or
night at his home.
Nolson CShaughncssy lately waa the
Innocent cause of forcing tho ministers
to wasto what doubtless was valuable
time. They were walking with tho presi
dent In the Chapultepeo grounds when
tho American charge d'affaires drovo by.
The president recognized his car, and
remembering that there waa something
that ho wanted to talk to tho American
representative about, signaled him to
atop. rO'Shailghnossy alighted, Joined the
official group and was preparing to con
tinue his. drive when the 'president asked
him to get Into his car with him. Tho
two drove-off' together, leaving Ministers
BIanquet,T,Alcoccr and other counsellors
of the president staring after' tho car.
Half un hour later Huerta set O'BhaUgh
nessy dawn near' his dwn car and re
sumed the Interrupted cabinet meeting.
It Is not uncommon for the president
to summon his ministers to a meeting
during the middle of the night, and cab
inet meetings, or what would pass for
cabinet meetings, have taken place- In
Atrnnomr 1 1JU' Uecrentlon.
'Huerta does not Jnttulge In physical ex
orcises as a means gf recreation. He de
rives his recreation In. talking astronomy
wlth.anyono Who can Interest him in the
subject and the man 'who does must be
an expert or in dining, and visiting with
his Intimate friends. Tho time he re
tires appears a "matter of Indifference, as
does his arising in the morning. Usually
Ub Is up ear)y,4 fpe 'lightest kind of
breakfast.' cojXee' and rols, ho gets as
soon as ho Is' awke. . Jlttlo work. If
he thinks,, of anything to do, and then
almost every morning a walk up and
down on the sidewalk In front of his
house in the district known as San Ra
fael. After that more breakfast and then
a lot of work. He may go to thevCha
pultopeo woods or to tho National palace,
but It la Just as likely he will Ao his
morning's work at his home, summoning
to him there all who may have business
with him. Without much routine, and
with executive mastery, shoving all. he
can onto his subordinates, ho ploughs
through tho day's work until 7 or 8
o'clock, when he Is ready for dinner.
nines Where He. Pleases.
Dinner may be In his own home or In
that of ono of his friends Huerta's Ideas
of democracy do not prevent him frum
dining where he pleases very Ilk sly In
one of tho public restaurants. Thcro Is
ona central restaurant that has received
tho .greatest port of his patropug. Here
tho entrance of the president accom
panied by one or two of his abHs, per
haps h, personal friend or two and pos
sibly a member of his family, has lone:
since ceased to bo a novelty. In tho iHys.
of Porflrio Dax the visiting of a public
dining place was something of a state
ceremony. Ills coming and his going
was carefully staged and those privileged
to witness It were reckoned among the
fortunate. To the music of the ratlcral
hmn he entered and retired whlU ill
others Mood. A restaurant l-espor would
have felt himself Justified In raiitnt the
"I waa taken with a severe
headache and cold, which
finally brought on constipa
tion and bowel trouble.
Physics of all kinds wero
used, and we were obliged
to resort to the fountain
syringe for help. I could
drink castor oil like water,
but it did no good. Salts
were of no use. Tho doc
tors were puxzled. After
using three bottles of Pcruna
i consider myself entirely
welL" Mr. John B. Capers,
No. 610 Pecan St, Fort
.."j"? "We to Mania
Mrdlrlac will Unit Pcruna Tab.
1M a drelrmble remnJr fos
To1 "drop K?'tnen" ,f DM lmJ lmppe,'t,l j
Hut Huerta Is conducting a demo-.Miitlu
regime. He likes to dine In public and '
he does not like formnllt!s. Ho marchei
In with no apparent concern, selects a
table and orders his dinner. The or
chestra docs not Interrupt tho piece It Is
Playing merely becaje the president Is
entering and the other diners, urown r.e
customed to being co-'strons with 'ha
president, do little more than crano their
necks to mo who It Is dining t-nlght with
VILLA'S ADYANCE IS
CHECKED BY BLOODY
" (Continued from Page One.)
the constitutionalists to the national
Cnvnlry tlunrifij ICfffctlve.
Straight at the mountain 'dashed tho
rebel cavalry, up its slanting side, oven ,
under tho guns thut wcu. lmrllnu shell !
over their heads and Ir.to their ranks, j
And before many minutaa of fighting the j
llttUi men of Villa had taken the water !
tun'.: on the mountain, securing their first !
Krom thore they fought on to the Drlt
tlngham soap factory, infantry engaging
the defending forco within nnd upon -tho
buildings. Another hour and the feder- j
els retreated to the Cunrtcl, whoro tho '
hottest fighting of the battle took place.
Fighting from the front gaining ground ,
foot by foot, the rebels finally drove tho
federals back again toward Torrcon.
Rut so heavy had the firing been, so
many wero the shells that burst In tha
Cuartel, that scarcely had It been occu
pied by the still pursuing rebels, that It
caught fire und the conauerors were
forced to abandon it
Always had the federals retreated In
order, keeping up an. incessant firing as
they were beaten back on the road to
Torreon. And as thu rebels advanced
they rushed forward over the bodies of
the federal dead and wounded.
Colquitt Complicate Sltnntlon.
WASHINGTON, March 24. Governor
Colquitt's offer of a reward of $1,000 for
the delivery on Texas soil of five Mexi
cans suspected as murderers of Clemcnte
Vergara, has caused Stato and War de
partment officials serious concern for
The five Mexicans sought are Captain
Apolonce Rodriguez, Nlto Cenra, Juan
Castlllon, Andres Rodriguez and Dlomlslo
In his report today Brigadier General ;
Dllss says: i
"The men named are charged In the
newspapers with complicity In the death
of Clcmente Vergara."
The right of the goveVnor to offer a
reward for the approhanslon of a fugitive
from Justice Is not denied by the df fl-1
ctals, but In this case It is feared that
the offer may lead to an attempt to
kidnap the Mexicans and bring them lrlto
Texas, which would be In violation of the
extradition treaty between Mexico and
the United States and afford the Mexican
government ground for a demand for the
punishment of the kidnapers, with all
sorts of legal entanglements.
Further reports on the Incident near
Del Rio, Tex., where Mexican federal
soldiers fired across the Rio Grande at
Araoriean troopers, say more than 600
shbts were directed at the soldiers, to
whdm the floelng constitutionalists sur
rendered, The refugees wero sent to
DEAN ANSLEY MAY LEAVE
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
IOWA CITT, la., March 2t.-(SpecIal.)-A
well substantiated report that Dean
Clarke Fisher Ansley of the College of
Fine Arts of the University of Iowa
would tender his resignation to the stato !
board of control was Ui6 chief feature of
the day's developments here today. Dean
Ansley refused to either confirm or deny
the report, but his attitude In regard to
the matter has made it almost certain
that he will resign before the end of tho
present scnooi year. Dean Henry W. ,
Dunn of the law college refused to make
any statement in' regard to a report that
he would also resign at the end of the
year. Dean Ansley came here from tho
University of Nebraska and was at tho
head of the English department before
taking the deanshlp of the fine arts col
Pape's Diapepsin Will Digest Food
When Your Stomach Can't It's Great
Stops Indigestion, Sourness,
Nausea, Gas, Dyspepsia in
five minutesPine for1
If you feel bloated after eating, and
you believe it is the food which fills
you: If what little you eat lies Mke a
lump of lead on your stomach'- If there
Is difficulty in breathing, after eating,
eructations of sour, undigested food and
acid, heartburn, brash or belching of gas,
you need Pane's Diapepsin. to stop food
fermentation and Indigestion,
It neutralises excessive acid, stomach
poison; abiorbs that mlsery-makng gas
and stops fermentation which aours your
entire meal and causes Dyspepsia, Slct
Headache, Biliousness, Constipation.
BEER and BREAD
The making of BEER bears a striking simi
larity to the making of bread, the chief differ
ence being in the amount of grain employed and
the amount 6f water added. Bread is baked,
but BEER is boiled one is a solid food, the
other a liquid refreshment.
STARS & STRIFES BOTTLED BEER is
a splendid example of the high degree of per
fection reached by the modern Brewery.
Brewed and Bottled by The
Willow Springs Brewing Co.
HENRY POLLOCK, Consumers' Distributor
Telephone Douglas 1S06.
Douglas 2108 for a trial case.
Swell Spring Suits $15, $18, $20 and up
Balmacaan Coats $15 to $25
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE "
1516-18-20 FAENAM STREET
5 1510 Douglas Street.
at Sensible Prices
Kinkaid Stands for
Ee-eleotion in Sixth
AVASH1NGTON, March M.-Speciat Tel
egramsRepresentative Klnkald today
announced his determination to be a
candidate for re-election from the Sixth
j district He said he did this on view of
many very encouraging inquiries and ad-
vices he had received from constituents.
Judge Klnkald said that in a short timo
he would file with the secretary of state
at Lincoln the formal application to havo
his name appear upon the ballot In the
approaching primary election.
The committee on Indian affairs of tho
house today ordered a favorable report
on Congressman Dan Stephens' bill al
lowing state and county authorities to
establish roads through Indian reserva
tions Instead of securing permission for
so doing from the secretary of the in
terior whfch Is the present requirement.
Hubert A. Dunn was appointed post
master at Meyer, Mitchell county, Iowa,
and G. R. Lawrence of Burns, Laramie
Nebraska pensions granted: Mary J.
Betts, Avoca, iu Susan C. Howe, Aurora,
J12; Rachel Henneman, Hooper,' $12; Harht
V. Stephenson, Culbertson, $12.
Tho comptroller of the currency lias
received applications to organize the
Farmers National bank of Winfleld, la.;
capital, toO.000. J. A. Baxter, William B.
Matthews, C. W. Huntsbi'ry and R. P.
ASSAiLANTS OF MAYOR
DONAHOE PLEAD GUILTY
fotit nnbGR. t March 24.fRneciiLi.
-Further hearing on three cases of as-
sault with Intent to murder growing out
of brutal assault oh Charles Donahoe,
mayor of Clare, came to an abrupt end
today when the defendants, John Cun
Ingham, Charles Burke and Walter ."!am
eron pleaded guilty to assault with in
tent to commit bodily Injury. Sentence
Griping, etc. Your real and only trouble
Is that which you eat does not digest,
but quickly ferments and sours, produc
ing almost any unhealthy condition.
A case of Pape's Diapepsin will cost
fifty cents at any pharmacy here, ana
will convince any stomach sufferer In
fire minutes that Fermentation and Sour
Stomach is causing the mlBcry of Indi
gestion. No matter if you call your trouble
Catarrh of the Stomach, Nervousness or
CinHtrltls. or bv anv other name alwavs
remember that relief la waiting at any'
drug store the moment you decide to
begin Its use.
Pape'a Diapepsin will regulate any
out-of-order Stomach within ftvo min
utes, and digest .promptly, without any
fuss or discomfort, all of any kind of
food you eat Advertisement.
Do Men Folks
Care for Style?
Some people say they lio
not and lfa a fact that
fow of them care for the
styles produced by
mediocre designers hut
for the styles originated
by SanVl V. Peck and
Stoln-Uloch well that a
different. Men fo'l-.s do
care ror them, else the
best dressing men of this
town would not como hro
season after season, look
ing for the new things
they have produced. Men
want style but they
want it refined and dig
nified and rfloro of them
are learning every day
whoro to get it.
wilt be delivered a week from noxt Mon
day. Tho three Clare men attacked
Mayor Donahoe when he waa playing the
good Samaritan and trying to help tow
their automobile to Clare after finding it
disabled on a country road. The attork
grew out of a fine Donahoe had ad
ministered to one of the company years
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Mrohant' Market Weak.
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iVADICS' DIM33 MAT. WEEK DAYS.
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This week: Horace Uukiiu, uert Levy
McMahon. Diamond & Clemence, James
H. Cullen. the Five Sultys. Bharn
Turek, Kelll Duo, and Hearst-Sellir pic.
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Prices -Matinee Gallery, lOe: best
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Nights. 10c. 25c, 6O0 and 75c.
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Mate. Wed. and Sat.
Mats., 3o to 81 UlfhU. li&o to 81.50
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CoL W. T. (Buffalo BUI) Cody's
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Matinee Daily, 10-350 Bights, 10-35-SOa
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