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I'HK BEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1914.
Easter Is Rapidly Approaching
IT IS THE TIME TO BE PREPARED FOR
WEARING SPRING APPAREL
Suits Are Most Desired for Wear at This Time
AVc are rondy to satisfy your suit wants. "Wo have pre
pared carefully; wo have searched the Fashion Centers to
offer to you only the refined and the fashionable.
Our service is most satisfactory.' Tho fitters are ex
perienced and efficient. There are individual display rooms
for your use.
Our suit prices start at $19.50, with exceptional values
at $24.50, $29.50 and $35.00.
No extra charge for alterations.
THE STORE FOR
New Styles from $1.45
50c a Pair
For this prico you can
be well gloved in any style
of fabric; the color assort
ment is also good, includ
ing Black, White, Tau,
We Announce a Silk Hosiery Sale
of great importance for Saturday
particulars iri Friday 's papers.
iumor Standard Oil
Interests Will Take
Over Gould Roads
NEW YORK, March 31,-The strength
nd activity of Missouri Paclflo rail
oad shares today served to give crofi
nc to recent reports that the Gould
jtcrcate In that property and other
ouds aro to la taken over In tho near
uture by the croup of capitalists more
r let directly connected with the BUnd
rd Oil company. The floekefcllera have
me been active In some of the Uould
ropertlrs, Including the Missouri l'a
lilt, hut If Uio Jirojcot now said to be I
u t.tr way is, consummated .Missouri l'a-,
if if and other Imuorfunt narts of thn
lould syatem will coma "Ojj urjueT'S'Dso.i
ittfy new bwntrahjp. y
Hankers reprtaontlns; both the.Standurd
III and Uolu Interests dentine today o
online the id oris, yet they would not
ci.y that some deal of Importance. Is
riv llosnltnl for 'YanMrin.
YANKTON, 8. P., March .-Specal.)
Tho contracts oro all signed for tho
iew building to be erected this spring
y the Marty Hospital association, tho
est of which will be HM.OOO. Tho founda
lort work was completed last fall and
tctlve work on the building will com
nence within two weeks. The new hos
ital, to be erected by the Joint efforts
if the commercial and financial Interests
WHEN you feel the
need of some real
shore 'nuff con
solation thar ain't no bet
ter consolers than good
tobacco an" a good dog. I says
good, cause, 'twouldn't help none
cf you was jes' gettin' ready to be
consoled, an one of 'cm hauled
off an bit you.
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of the city and tho Benedictine Bisters,
will be located on lh commanding s to
In tha west portion of tho city named for
Bishop Marty nnd known as Mount Marty.
The Iienedlctlnu community has "here one
of the finest building sites to be found In
! South Dakota, or anywhere alone tho
I.OS ANOELES, Cal., March 31,-Kred-erlck
Weyerhauaer, the Minnesota mulu-
millionaire lumberman, who has been 111
ai nis winter nome near I'ataaena for a
yBsJJftftf WptoUiH In a critical condlt on
iouay. ins connuqn grow worm last
night and It was feared he would not
recover. Oxygen Is being used to prolong
Weyerhauaer was prostrated wjth a se
vere cold last 'Wednesday. Blgps Df pneu
monia were noted. At that tlma physi
cians said thero was no cause for alarm.
The aged lumber king talked yesterday
with his sons, Charles nnd Frederick,
who arrived from St. 1'aul.
Mrs. 6. fi., Davis and Mrs. L. Hill,
daughters, are hurrying to the. bedside
from the east.
The largest assortment Of rtaln and
Automobile Coats for Men, Women and
Children, Omaha Bubber Co., WX, Har
ney St.. just around the corner.
BOOKS IN ONE
favorite sonsrt comeiled and selected v
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SCHOOLS FOR JOFFRAGISTS
Equal Rights Advocates at Sst
Moines Plan to Start Them.
SPEND DAY ON FINANCES
I W. C. .nr Sella Intercut In PucklnK
llnn.r nt Dp Molnrs and Will
tio to Plttatifirsth to Alan
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINIS8, la.. March Sl.-(8peclat
Telegram.) The Kqual Suffragists at the t
conference today, gavo much attention to
the plan of Mr. Catherine McCutlough Of
CIiIckbo, for establishment of training
schools at various places In the country
to train specialists for work fn tho caus.
8he would have thcJe schools Instruct
young women In the manner of presenting
the arguments for votes for women, and
to Issue diplomas to them as showing
competency. But such schools will be
privately managed and the association
will not now undertake to handle them.
A great deal of time was spent today
In considering how to finance the various
campaigns and the raising of money for
t'liniiK In Parkin riant. jr
It was announced' hero today thal'W.
C. Agar has sold hit Interests In the
packing plant nt this place nnd soon will
go to Pittsburgh to manage a plant, and
John T. Agar, aalsmanBger, will become
head Of the company here. New Interests
have taken stock In the local company
and will cnlargo It.
WILSON MEN JAM
TOLL EEPEAL BILL
(Continued from PaRe One.)
one moment the criorts ot some n; tht
Jnckal ortii to renresenl that we .irs
KeeklnK to disrupt the democrntlo party,
j With most of those who have asserted
' that I am seeking to disrupt the party,
tho wish Is father to the thought."
Replying at length to what he called a
"scurrilous and slanderous article In the
Kcw Work World," the speaker said the
charge that he had been swayed In his
attitude toward the bill by the "ship tmb
aldy Interests" was n "base and false In
sinuation." "If any man here believes that slander, '
shouted the speaker, "let him stand up
here and now, so that he may be seen
by hundreds ot witnesses."
Tim newspaper he named, lie said,
"alonar with every editor In America who
hope to be an ambassador, mlnlstei, con
sul general or In some other fat nnd
Juicy Job, has been endeavoring to plaoe
mo In antagonism to tho presllsnt pur
since tho election. These papers declaro I
am oppoalng this surrender to Groat
Britain as an opening gun In my cam
paign for president In 191C. it msy sur
prise these obsequious courtiers to know
that I never hinted to any human bains
that would be a candidate in 19Pi and
that I am not a candidate. Their tiander
has been a gratuitous, menial degrada
tion. Mo Content with President.
"I never entertained the slightest lit-will
toward the president about the Ualltmorc
convention. I wish him well. 1 ilil all I
could to elect him, far, more ithan some
ot. those who so vociferously nnd. ful
somely 'praise him now, and for whom,
deep down In his heart ho must entertain
supreme contempt. I have steadfastly sup
ported him until 'We are called upon to
bolt the platform.) I absolutely refuse 'o
do any such thlntr."
Mr, Clark then referred to published te
ports ot a fight on hie re-elect'on to tho
"The New York Sun practically nomi
nates the gentleman from Kentucky (Mr.
BheHey) for speaker," said he. "Heri
Is Its exact language:
" 'Keports have It that already the little
leaders have decided that Representative
Carter Qlass of Virginia would be a
good lpan for floor leader, and that Rep
resentative Swagar Sherley of Kentucky
would mak an Ideal speaker.' The
strange part of that paragraph Is that
It makes no mention of my voluble, ve
hement and vociferous friend from Texas
Jtr. Henry) for the speakership. He
has had his easle ere on the sneaker-
ship for these many years.
FlRht May Hurt III Career.
"I have this to eay: The fact that 1
am making this fight for our platform
pledges may end my public career. There
are many things worre than being de
feated for congress, or defeated tor the
speakership, or even worse than to be
defeated for the presidency, and one ot
them Is to repudiate the platform on
which you were elected. If my constitu
ents who hava stood by me with un
shaken fidelity should retire me to prl-
Three Qneatlona Involved.
Republican Leader Mann told the house
three questions were Involved In a repeal
of the Tanama tolls exemption-treaty
right i. moral rights apart from treaty
construction, and the economic policy In
volved. The economic question might be
changed at any time, he said, but a de
cision on treaty rights must be a lasting
one. He maintained that no construction
of the Hay-Pauncefote Meaty compelled
the United StaUs to charge the same;
tolls on Its own ships or those of Panama
as nere levied on those of other nations.
"A reading ot the rulea to be observed
by nations to receive equal treatment."
he said, "plainly discloses that they are
not applicable to the United States or
War Sure to Come.
"Tnxlaiid'a attempt tr aecura its con
struction ot the treaty at this time Is not
for Its present effect. It Is for the long
distant future. If w construct the treaty
! according to the English view. It Is sure
to rise and embarrass us whenever we'
have war with other countries. War Is
not dtslrable, but It Is Inevitable. We
cannot always maintain peace.
If wa agree now to the English con
struction. It Is certain that In the futura
when wa have a war with Japan or
China, or some tithtr country, questions
will arise In reference tu their uae and
our use of the canal, eapec'ally as to war
vessels, and In thrt time ut stress we will
be met nltli the contention by Kngland,
the present ally qf Japan, or hy soma
other country, thut we hava already con
strued that trtaty lit such a way that we
cannot protect the. canal without bringing
a proUst from England or other coun
tries, which will emtjarraaa, It not defeat
y lit tha war.
"1 want to treat England fairly and I
believe that under the construction of the
treaty we ha tha tight to do an wa
Ploasa in this matter, und that It is un
unfriendly act ut Ungland now at thU
late data to (nalst un any other construe
instead of sallow skin and face
blemishes she ought to possess
the clear complexion and the
beauty of naturo and Rood
health. Any woman afflicted
or suffering at times from
headache, backache, nervous
ness, languor and depression
of spiritsought to try
the safest, surest, most con
venient and most economical
remedy known. Beecham's
Pills remove impurities, insure
better digestion, refreshing
sleep, ana have an excellent
general tonic effect upon tho
a wonderful power to improve
the general health, while by
purifying the blood, Beecham's
Pills clear the skin and
Sold tTtrrrtbfre. Ia bom. 10c., 2Se.
No woman thaaltf fill to read tie vals.bla
dirteil.aa nith every box.
Rifles Intended for
COPENHAGEN, Denmark. Starch 31.
A mysterious cargo of 3C0 tons of rifles,
supposed to be Intended for Ireland, dis
appeared from the vicinity of the Dan
ish Island of Iangeland during last night
after an embargo had been placed on it
by the authorities.
The rifles were brought to Langelnnd
from Hamburg on board a lighter, which
anchored off the Island, A short time
afterward the Norwegian steamer Fanny
drew up alongside and proceeded to tnko
the arms on board.
Tho Danish authorities then came on
to the sceno and seized the papers of the
lighter and the 'steamer whose com
manders were ordered to await further
Instructions. Today the two vessels had
Mr. Mottle Dafoe,
TECtrxiSEH, Neb., March Sl.-(8peclal.)
Mrs. Maltle Dafoe. wife of A. N. Dafoe
of this city, died at Tucson, Ariz., Sun
day. She had been in falling health for
two years and had been in Colorado and
Arizona for the laat several months. By
won 45 years of age. Mrs. Dafoe was the
daughter of Mrs. A. Gregg of this city,
and leaves two children. Mr, Dafoe will
reach Tccumseh with the body on Thurs
Sir. Charles II. Laird.
FAlRBUnv, Neb., March 31.-(Speclal.)
A telegram was received In this city,
laat night from Stuart, la., stating that
Mrs. Charles H, Laird had died at the
home of he father. Mrs. Laird, haij been
In fallng health, for seyraf -months, and
had Just returned from a trip to Hot
Springs, Ark, Death was attributed to
Brlght's disease, Mr, and Mrs. 1-alrd
have lived in Falrbury since UsS.
Jernrd 31. Aletnnder.
PASADENA, Cal., March Sl.-Gerard
M. Alexander, promnent for years In busi
ness and club circles of Chicago, St. Louis
and St. Paul, died at a hospital here to
day after a ten days' Illness. Mrs. Alex
ander was 65 years of age, and a bachelor.
He fame here last December to spend tho
Vote from Alma.
ALMA, Neb.. March 3i.-(Epec'sJ.)-A
lamp exploded In an Jncubator at the
Theodore Schrack residence Sunday even
ing, but was discovered and carried out
by Mrs. Schrack, whose hands were pain
fully burned, before any damage was
done by the fire to the residence.
J, B, Billing, present mayor ot Alma
and a resident of Harlan county for
forty-two years, Is belnr urged by his
friends to become the republican candl-
data for state representative. While Mr.
Billings is apparently In a receptive mood,
he has not fully decided. Other candi
dates mentioned tor the state legislature
are T. L. Porter and A. V. Shaffer, re
publicans, and Joseph Boebler, democrat
The progressiva banquet advertised for
last Saturday -evening was postponed.
The get-together sentiment Is getting
stronger In this county every day.
Money to Loan
On improved, or to improve, real estate. Funds on hand
No delayNo commissions to pay Loans repayable in full or
in part any time without notice, with interest to date of repayment.
. If you contemplate purchasing or building a. home this
spring, or have a mortgage falling due, see us at once for terms; etc.
. Office open Saturday evenings from 6 until 8 o'clock.
Resources, $8,655,251.66. Reserve, $225,000.00.
The Conservative Savings
and Loan Association
1614 Harney Street, Omaha
GEO. F. GILMORE. Pres. PAUL W. KUHNS. Sec'y.
; Slayer of Husband
Is Acquitted on
OAKLAND. Cal., March 31. Mrs. Millie
! Drown, on trial for the murder of her hus
band, was acquitted by a Jury today on
j tho ground that she wss Insane at the
; time the crime was committed,
j Archer Drown, ron of the late Judge A.
I N. Drown, was shot and killed In his
I home on the night of October St. 1913. li s
I body was found twenty-four hours later
arid Mrs. Drown was arrested..
. It wa alleged by the police that Mrs.
Down had confessed to relatives that she
! shot her husband as he slept, and later
the testimony showed she visited Mrs.
Marie Millar, whom the suspected of hav
ing alienated her husband's affections,
and attempted tq kill her. She snapped
an unloaded revolver at her supposed
rival several times.
The crime aroused unusual psychologi
cal Interest because of the conduct of the
woman In the hours preceding the finding
of her dead victim. San Francisco's por-
I tola festival was In progress at the time.
anu, according to me testimony or wit
nesses, Mrs. Drown, who fled to that
c'ty, entered upon the festivities with a
hearty enjoyment that precluded the
thought that gu Ity knowledge of a trag
edy weighed upon her mind.
Coin Buried in Can
Belongs to Veteran
BREMERTON, Wash . March 3V-A tin
can of money found burled on the beach
near the Bremerton navy yard by small
buys, several weeks ago, belongs tu
John F. Doollttle, a civil war veteran re
siding at the Port Orchard Soldiers' home,
Superior Judge French decided yesterday.
Several claimants appeared when the
can, which was supposed to contain
12,000, was found, among them being Doo
llttle and Paymaster Edward R. Wilson
of the armQred cruiser South Dakota.
Paymaster Wilson based his claim on the
theft of 2,fico from the eafe ot the cruiser
Philadelphia two years ago, asserting
that the burled treasury must be part of
the loot. Doollttle told the court that he
had buried the money himself- November
22, 1911, placing fv-ty-one $20 gold pieces
and three 10 goU1 pieces In a new coffee
can. After all claimants wero heard.
Judge French opened the can and found
that It contained $SG0 in gold, the number
of pieces tallying with Dootlttle'a descrip
tion. HALL FAIR ASSOCIATION
LEASES EIGHTY-TWO ACRES
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., March 31.
(Special.) Every precinct in the country
was represented at yesterday's meeting
ot the directors of the Central Nebraska
Agricultural association of Hall county,
and it was unanimously decided to in
porporate under the laws for J25.000 and
lease, with the option to buy, elghty-two
acres along the Union Pacific right-of-way
in the western limit of tho city.
Committees were appointed to secure
possession from tenant of the land Im
mediately of as much as will be necessary
for race track and buildings and to se
cure an option upon any adjacent frac-
tlonal piece ot real estate. The premium
list Is out and President Lawson Is glv -
ing hlh entlre'attehtlon' to' the promotion
of the fair of WH, urjflng co-operatlonequajijii,.!! tv,ere win M cause f0P
with the greater state
fair and: State
Board of Agriculture.
Youth Mny Die of 'Wonncls.
FAIRBURV. Neb., Marc's 31.-(Speclal.)
David the 18-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bam W. Rldenour, Is lying at
his home in a precarious condition as a
result of a bullet wound. Toung Rlden
our and several other companions were
examining a large revolver when )t was
Into the young man's- intestines. Little
Few Moments! No Indigestion or Sick,
Dyspeptic Stomach-Pape's Diapepsin
Digests all food, absorbs gases,
stops fermentation at once
Puts Stomach in order.
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the damage
-do you? Well, don't bother. If your
Btomach Is in a revolt; If sour, gassy
and upset, and what you Just ate has fer
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cl'Usy and aches; belch gases and Rclds
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foul, tongue coated Just take I'ape's
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Are You Stei,
Like This Fellow?
You should worry Stetn-Bloch
made a Spring Esit made
sevornl of them that will fit
you perfectly and they're
here now In this store, await
ing a "look" from you. Prices
about half those cf A good
1516-18-20 FARNAM STREET
hope Is entertained for his recovery,
accldently discharged, the bullet tearing
Mail Clerk Charged
With Taking Twenty
HARRISBL'RG, Pa., March 31.-Willlam
Baum, aged 30, a railway mall clerk, was
arrested, charged with having stolen
JOO.OOO from the malls. It in alleged that
two packages, each containing $10,0X) In
currency, were taken from tho malls on
July 5, Wis. The money was being sent
from St. Paul to a bank In New York.
"Postal service detectives have been at
Work tin thp casu ever since.
(Continued from Page One.)
llcan ballot, the court decided in favor of
the Taft committee, and according to that
decision the Tnft committee seems to be
the one entitled legally to call tho con
vention until the court reverses Its opin
ion. This was the point upon which the two
committees stuck and which finally re
sulted In the decision of the Taft com
mittee to call the convention with the co
operation or the Epperson committee.
While Chairman Epperson had left tbwn
this morning before he could' be seen, it
Is understood, while he does not lke the
condition which existed yesterday, tha
call for the' state convention will be mnde
and signed In this form:
"F. M. Currle. chairman republican state
"A. C. Epperson, chairman republican
In this way any chance for legal 'com
plications after tha election will be
avoided, as-the call will be signed by both
It Is expected that the radicals on .both
commttces may not like the proposition
but it i KOnerallv believed that as soon
.., the rank and file ot the two factions
understand' that both sldca'stand. on .'an
Light Taane Winn at Dentaon.
DENISON, la.. March 3t.-(Speclal.)
The city election resulted in the naming
of thn following officers for coming two
years: W. H. Laub, mayor C. L. Voss,
htreasurer; H, A. Norman, assessor: J. .
Tamm and J. H. Hayes, councllmen-at-large.
and Thomas Nielsen. H. W. Moeller
and Dr. Simpson, counollmen from tho
and distress. Millions of men and women
today know that it Is needless to have a
bad stomach. A little Diapepsin occa
sionally keeps the stomach regulated and
they eat their favorite fnods without fear.
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion; if
your food Is a damage Instead of a help,
remember the quickest,- surest, most
harmless relief Is Pape's Diapepsin,
which costs "only fifty cents for a large
case ut drug stores. It's truly wonder
fulIt digests food and sets things
htralght. so gently and easily that it Is
atonlshlng. Please don't go on and on
with a weak, disordered stomach; it's
so unnecessary. Advertisement.
5us up to 46
wards. All the old officials were re
elected and thoy will now tako up the
question of buying the electric lighting
plant here and running it.
WILL PAY TEN THOUSAND
FOR UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT
IOWA CITY. March 31.-(SpeclaI.)-Tha
next president of the State University of
Iowa will draw a J10.000 salary, It it Is
necessary tp pay bo much In order to
secure the proper man. This was given
out today, scml-officlally, by persons In
close touch with the State Board of Edu
cation. Previous heads of the university
have received but J6.000 per year, but
the board has decided to raise this con
slderably, In the hope of avoiding futur
troubles over the presidency. It is also
intimated that no choice of a successor
to John G. Bowman will be made for' at
least a yoar, but that Acting President
Macbrlde will bo left in Chicago for that
time, while the board makes a thorough
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