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TTTE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, VUL N, 1914.
REGENTS TAKEMIDDLE ROAD
Refuse to Adopt the Radical Course
Advocated by Professors.
FO. SOPHOMORE PLEDGING RULE
Ailupt ;rt-ck I.rttr Tteanlntlmt thnt
llrrn Proponed 1- hp Inler
frntrrnltr Cnnnrlln Snln
rlm the Samp.
A Chronic Invalid
(From a. Staff Correspondent I
TINCOnX, Neb., April T.-(Speclal Tel
ecrnm.) Radical changes In faculty
Bovernmcnt of department at the State
inlverslty were not approved In full this
afternoon by the Board of Regents at
its regular monthly meeting. Tho board
approved that provision doing away wlt'i
the titles of "head professor" and "ad
junct profesjor," but refused to place
Its confidence on the more democratic
committer form of government proposed
by the senate and passed by the body
Tho regents thought the step a little
too radical since It might result In the
loss of some of the older members of
tho faculty, who resented tho action of
the younger members attempting to se
cure a more representative government
Under tho proposed rule, the head pro
feMor could be removed by a majority
vote of the members of the department,
(irrek Letter Itulc.
Tho board adopted the sophomore
pladglng rule proposed In the lnterfra-
ternity. and intersororlty councils, and
mado It a university regulation. Tho
Greek letter societies adopted the rule
h. year ago to stave off threatened antl
fraternity legislation, and are much op
posed to tho sophomore pledging rule.
Xq change was made In the budget
for tho coming year in accordance with
tho jilan to advance no salaries of pro
fessors, except in these speclflo cases
whero raises had been promised.
Under the new rule for faculty rep
rcscntatlon, the bord Issued a lengthy
statement of official positions and titles
of the members of the teaching corps,
-with no changes In the heads of the de
Auk 'I'm llcturn.
A voucher wns filed with the state
auditor today by Douglas county, to be
presented to tho next legislature, for
refund of state taxes crroneoutly paid
Into tho stato treasury by that county
on account of the scavenger sales there.
Tho law regarding tho matter has been
declared illegal by the district court ot
that county and tho lcfetstaluro will be
asked to return the money, which
amounts to $181.10, covering a period ot
years running from 1K5 up to and includ
ing 1909. Tho amounts each year are:
1S65 .02 1S93 J33.93
38S....'. 25 1J 3S.87
1S 28 1900 30.88
1.G2 1901 30.W
l.SM.. 28 1902 16.01
1891..... 28 1903 22.72
1892 1.04 1901 17.06
3893 45.67 1905 19.66
lb94.f 3.0l 1906... 14.08
1&93 20.47 1907 .". 18.18
1896 43.33 1908 19.1S
1897 38.84 1909 10.76
DartllnK tor Senator.
Senator Henry IT. BaxtUng.. will, not be
a. candidate for governor, but will be a
candidate .for renomlnatlo non the re
' . publican ticket to again .Tepres.enf.the
Second senatorial district, comprising tho
counties of ' Otoe and Cass, which he
represented In the sessions of 19U, nnd
1913. Senator Bartling at the last session
opposed tho removal of tho state univer
sity from the present locatloa to the
state farm. He was also 'back of tho
appropriation which was voted for a me
morial armory" at Nebraska City, bla
home town. Since that was voted uni
versity professors have taken, the Initia
tive in the circulation of a petition, to
recall the appropriation for Senator Bart
llng's armory, and whether the senator
will help the professors to keep their
university where they want it remains to
be seen. .
Another filing- also comes from Ne
braska City. Joseph C. Burr wants the
democratic nomination for float repre
sentative from tho Eighth representative
district, composed of tho counties of Otoo
and Cass, which was represented at the
last session by Charles H. Busch, demo
crat. Jlr. Burr is a brick maBon and
about 33 years of age.
FlKlit nefore I,eKlalatnre.
The stato legislature will havo- another
fight on its hands at the next session
Mrs. Sophie Bauer, 521 First Avenue,
North, Faribault, Minn., writes: "I can
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mo during the past ten years, and I
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that was too heavy for me at times. Now
I can cat anything. I will recommend
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Immediate sometimes wonderful, as In
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North Platte Against
to Control Waters
NOUTlt 1'I.ATTK, Neb., April ".-(Special
) -The North Platte Chamber of Com
nunc has (tone on record In opposition
to the resolution Introduced in tho United
States senate by Mr. Thomas, which says
the waters of all streams which have
their source In Colorado are the prop
erty of the .state and gives the ststo
the permission to bring action against
the government In tho courts to enforce
these lights. The resolution wo:
Be It resolved by the Chamber of Com
merce ot thu city of NortW Platte. Neb.,
that -wo, as a commercial body. Interested
In the welfare of western Nebraska nnd
Its Irrigation interests, nre opposed to
tho senate Joint resolution No. 117. In
troduced by Senator Thomas of Colorado;
Colonel Maker to File
as a Wet Democrat
LINCOLN. April 7 (Special.) Colonel
John Q. Maher called at the offleo of
tho secretary ot stale this morning, se
curing papers for filing for governor.
Mr. Maher said he had not complctrd
his platform, hut that It would mi rely
contain two planks. One of those will
open up the wet and dry fight, when ho
will advocate n policy against prohibit!, i
nnd county witlon. The second tilnnk
wilt ho opposition t.i tho pcllcy of the cnslneorliKt tittle llmt Nebraska had
national administration In Its hamll'n : tho most compute and lmw. net of
of tho Mexican situation. Other plunks telephone cost data In the country, and
will be tor a more economical adinlnU "cr FihI ng un entire tiny Itx.'n.ni' un .
trntlon of tho buMuefs of the state, and ! 1,10 office, .Mr. llitdlng sold lie s con
probably nn endorsement of woman suf- vlnccd the data and records of the phy
frage. sleat Vuluatlnn department of tho Ne-
Of the latter plank. Mr. Maher sa'd he '""askn Hallway commission, secured by
Nebraska Engineers '
Gather Valuable Data!
i From a staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Apt II 7.-(S)el'.)-n
lla;illng. representing n Khiisas City n- '
gluerrlng firm, said to be one of the '.
largest In the country c;lrd on tho
physical valuation di ii'ltn -t of tli I
State Raliwtiy lotiinilnD'o;) thi.- eek tu
serine data lelallw to tlrii,ie int. ;
nnd other proposition c m:ii-;n,im ti
firm, lie said It Mas i-oiiunoi. ti: ,i. .
was not unite sure. Personally
that wo believe the resolution Is opposed opposed to womnn suffrnge, but that other
IU II1U KtVKMlM WUIIIirf1 UL inu wesicin
states. xcept Colorado alone, that Wo
lequeRt that Senntorx (1. M. Hitchcock
and (I. N. Norrls and the congressional
delegation from Niihruska do all In their
power to defeat this resolution, especially
that part of the same that attempts to
commit tho congress of the United State.,
to the Colorado side of this controversy,
which Is directly contrary to the laws ot
Itlpurlnn Rights on Interstate blreams as
has been heretofore announced by the
Attempts Suicide by
Drinking Sheep Dip
OUANU ISLAND, Neb., April 7. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Albert Hare, 22 years
ot age, attempted to commit suicide last
night by drinking sheep dip, composed
largely of carbolic acid and creosote.
Despondency wag the cause, and he has
several times threatened to take his lite.
Physicians arrived In time to save him.
lie does odd Jobs around horse-sale
barns and kitchens.
over the rights of certain practitioners to
bo recognized by tho laws of tho state,
tho state chiropractors nt their session in
Lincoln yesterday passbig resolutions
which will result in the bringing before
the legislature of a bill nsking for recog
nition as a part of the medical profes
sion ot the state.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATIUCK. Neb.. April 7 -(Spcclal.)-Mrs.
Madge Sorensen died suddenly Sun
day at the homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Jensen, seven miles north of Fllloy, fol
lowing1 a stroko of apoplexy. She was an
old resident of the Filley vicinity and is
survived, by thrco sons, her husband
having passed away a few years ago.
Elmer Gibson and Miss Anna Linsen-
meyer, bojh of, this city, were married
here today at tho home ot tho bride's
Tho Board of Education held its
monthly meeting Monday evening and
roost of .tho.old teachers being- re-elected.
Tho dates of .the high school commence
ment this ..year wjll bo tho last, week in
May, with a musical program on Tuesday
evening, class day "Wednesday, gradua
tion exercises Thursday .evening and the
alumnt reception - Friday evening:
YOUNG MAN ACCIDENTALLY
KILLED NEAR ORLEANS
ALMA, Neb., April 7.-(Spcclal.)-Earl
Hartley, a young farmer, 23 years old,
wan Instantly killed on his farm Just
south ot,1 Orleans, Sunday evening, leav
ing a wife nnd two small children. Ho
twas riding horse back through the tim
ber after a bunch of horses nnd In pass
ing under a low limb he dodged and
struck his head Into the tree, crushing
his skull.. His wife was at the barn,
waiting to help stable tho horses, when
the ridcrless'horse camo In. She went into
the timber and found her husband, There
was no phone nt the house, but she called
to a man who was passing and he got
assistance; from the, Orleans mill, but Sir.
Hurlley was dead before- help arrived.
rttoM Health Smc! ust Skwuc i il '
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A Drafnett sptclillit hH arleen who hn per
fected a wlentllie constitutional mrtho.1 of treat
ment which hi cured scores nd hundreds ot
From all oyer the country people are asldng
for consultation nd ailce. Etery mall hrlnas
Kratelul testimony from cured patients. IJsten
to hls from our capital rlty: "IK I CAN" ON1-.Y
SOUND THK NOTKS OK MV PEUFKCT CUItK
IN WEAK BA1W t.VTIL I HEAR THE ECHO
rn nnwrn aniith tn rlenrrlj. and hear this "I
CAN HEAR NOW JUST IJKE I USED TO IN
MV YOUTH. I CAN HEAR MY CLOCK TICK
ANYWHERE IN MY nooM."
Oo ncrots th continent to the Paclflo on
ml listen to the trateful tei-timony from the
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iiinllT I (TAN TAKE ORDEJPJ4 OVER THE
TELEPHONE OR I CAN CO TO CHURCH AND
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il -,.v uein la you too rood to be true, lou
mar liaie become ao dUcounuM by repeated
(allures that you felt that ou must sutler the
terrible, lonely misery o. wig..
I,.., .....nil.. .Mi is the sie ot seemlnc mlr
soles. We talk aross space without wires, wo
fir like birds, we do tninga in evrry line, wnicn
flVe. teu. fifteen, twenty jeers a to we wot
...- BtM wrn impossible."
Mtdlcal science hss progressed too. ana now,
. .V. r.t ii4 msnr rinet of Deafness.
which ha4 been thought Incurable, are no longer
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DEAFNESS SPECIALIST SPROULE
102 Trade IttilldLag Iloston, .Mass
BOY BABY LEFT ON STEPS
AT GRAND ISLAND
GRAND ISLANp, Neb., April ".-(Spe
cial Telegram.) An unidentified woman
left a 6-months-old baby boy at tho door
of C. E. Johnson, between S and 9 o'clock
last night. A neighbor happened to hear
the infant crying and discovered the
bundle. Tho babo was neatly clothed,
with-several changes of clothing about
It. The officers have no clue. Kfforts
will be made to place it in charge of a
state society or orphanage.
ChnrcU Convention nt HroeU.
STELIA, Neb., April 7.-(f?pcclal.)-
The annual convention of the first dls
trlct ot tho Christian churches In the
four southeast counties ot Nebraska con
vened at Brock this evening and will con
tinue until Thursday evening. Vital
present-day problems tot church, Sunday
school, Christian Endeavor, Christian
Woman's Board of Missions, education.
etc., will be discussed. The special feature
nt Interest at tho opening session, was
tho address of Elder Hoy E. Dcadman
of the Christian church at Auburn, whose
subject was "Tho Transfiguration Mes
sage. The annual tcacner training ban
quet will be held Thursday evening at 5
o'clock. Later In the evening the educa
tional session will bo held, and Chancellor
Ocschger of Cotner university will do-
llver an address. This district includes
tho counties ot Nemaha, Richardson,
1'awnco and Johnson.
Church at York Dedicated.
YORK, Nob., April 7.-(Spccial.)-The
First -Presbyterian church, which has
been' remodeled and extended at a cost of
$1S,000, was rcdedlcated Sunday. The ser
mon was by Rev. Charles E. Schalblc of
Bushnell, III.- The church was organized
In 1871 and soon after a frame building
was erected, . which Is still standing on
tho corner of Lincoln avenue and Eighth
street. In U8S a brick edifice was erected
on the corner of Lincoln avenue and
Ninth street at a cost of J 15,000. On June
12, 1313," tho work of remodeling and en
larging, by building an annex for Sunday
school work was commenced.
candidates hud iccoRlilscd It as a tood I
vote getter. i
This will complicate the situation In
the democratic muddle and have, a ten
dency to open up the factional t-ondltlnna
farther. Willi Oeorge W. llcrgo and
Charles Brynn as tho probable advocates
ot the dry sUlc, tho wet fellows, since
the withdrawal of Governor Morchead,
havo hern considerably up tu tho air for
a condldate. Kml Volp sewned to be
the only man they could bring out, nnd
they doubted his nbllity to make good In
a fight which would probably be stren
uous. Railroads Agree
to Lumber Rate Out
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April 7.-(SpecIal.) - The
hearing on lumber rates between the
northwest Pacific coast to points on the
Missouri river beforo W. J. Wood, repre
senting tho Interstate Commerco commis
sion, to day resulted In the railroads
agreeing on the rate asked for, which
amounts to from Wt to 4H cents' reduc
tion per 100 pounds.
NebrasWs engineer, wns the most com
plete and reliable as well as valuable any
where In the country.
"olri from Mndlanii.
MADISt.N Neb.. April 7.-lKpfc!.l.)-County
Ji1k- Mcl'uffee lsufd mnrilHge
licenses yesterday as follows: Eugene
I'ugh. Noifolk. nnd KUa MunKon, Tllden;
Harry Bernhardt and Mctta Wledeman,
Norfolk, and Howard J. Hnyder nnd Mlna
Mathilda Zuelow. Norfolk.
Miss Allco l-oomlr, bend of tho depart
ment of domestic economics In the state
university, addterseil the Woman's' olub
and the patrons of the public schools
at tho city hall Monday evening.
The family of Henry Unvlnun Is tiuar-
antlned for scarlet fever It la of a light
.Irffrrmui Court Opens,
'KAIUIU'RY, Neb., April 7.-(i?peclal.)-
Judgo U M. Pemberton of Beatrice
opened the April term of district court.
Eleven divorce cases are listed on tho
docket. The leading criminal case Is
against Shirley Baxter and Clarence
Kochler, charged with entering the Hlner
home near L'ndlcott and taking aa num
ber ot wedding present.
Iloj- Struek 1- Train.
WATEFU.OO. Neb., April 7. (Special.)
William Richardson, son of Dr. L.
Richardson, was struck by a local pass
enger train Sunday afternoon and was
seriously Injured, in company with other
boys he was oiijtho depot platform and
playing as the nfternoon train from the
west came In. The boy In running away
from homo of the others, got In tho way
of the train and wns struck by the beam
of tho engine pilot nnd knocked over.
Fortunately he wns rescued from the
perilous position and as the train was not
running fast, he was not dangerously
Humboldt .llnttllnir Works.
HUMBOLDT, Neb'., April 7.-(Speclal.)-A
bottling works for the manuracttire of
pop and all kinds of soft drinks waa or
ganized hero last week. The Cooper
building has been leased and the ma
chinery ordered. Those Interested in tho
venture are these well known business
men: W. F. Garver, I.. S. Hackctt, F. R.
Butterfleld and William Bahl,
PICTURE SLASHER GOES TO
HOSPITAL FOR OPERATION
LONDON, April 7,-Moy Richardson, the
mllltnnt suffragette who was sentenced
lo six months' Imprisonment on March 1!
lor dnmaglng Velasquer.' "Rokeby Venus,"
In the National gallery, was released from
Holloway Jail today to undergo nn opera
tion for appendicitis. Tho operntlon hnd
been recommended by her own doctor last
The authorities have granted her six
weeks In which to recover from the oper
ation, but will extend tho period If tho
patient's condition should render It nec
essary. Miss Richardson, who has served less
than a month of her sentence, has prom
ised to remain In a hospital or sanitarium
until the expiration of her leavo ot ab
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MAN FROZEN TO DEATH
IN THE TORRID ZONE
NEW YORK, April 7,-The steamer El-
cordobes arrived today from Buenos
Ayroa and Montevideo with a story of a
death on board. In. the tropics, and,
strangely enough duo to cold. The vic
tim was J. G, Brockhlll, engineer In
chnrge of tho big regrlgcrators where
the vessel carried 1,100 tons of frozen
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FA1RBCRY, Neb., April 7.-(Speclal.)-
D. B. Cropsey, formerly president of the
First National bank, has filed for the re
publican nomination for country treas
urer. C. G, Catlln, a progressive-republican,
also wants this place. Pat Shea,
deputy sheriff, may seek tho democratic
nomination for this office. Vr. J. Moss
waa the first democrat to flic In this
county. Ho wants the nomination for
county attorney. C. W. Rohrhaugh and
L. Nlder, present county commissioners,
will ask for the republican and progres
sive nominations. Louis J. Nutzman has
announced himself for county Judge. Ed
Hughes, presentcounty sheriff will havo
'Waterloo Hank Consolidate,
WATERLOO, Neb., April 7. (Special.)
The Bank of Waterloo has purchased the.
building of the Citizens Stato bank and
taken over the business of that concern,
and hereafter Waterloo will havo but the
one bank. Tho affairs of the Citizens
Slate bank arc to be closed up. The of
ficers of the hank are: J. G. Seefus, presi
dent; George Johnson, vice president; O.
L. Llndqutst, cashier, and Otto Wilson,
niienuiatlc I'aln Itellered.
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