Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 29, 1914, Page 3, Image 3
THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER '2 10U. 3 Nebraska NOT AIMED JT HORSEMEN Boitrom Sayi Registration Board Trying to do Bight Thing. SEEKING TO IMPROVE STANDARD Mtlfore Ma Proheblr Fitillr Jarre Wkti Adtmobllf Col. tiers Wltk Baiter Whvr.1. (From a 8taff Corrrspondsnt) LINCOLN. Ort .;.-( Special. )-Dr. A. Bostrom, bead of the stallion registra tion department, dcnl that thero la any effort on the part of himself or the made by men who are unable to put talllon registration board to make It hard for any breeder of homes to do business In Nebraska and sayi that the whole agitation against the board Is across certain things which the strict rules of the board prohibit them from doing. The stallion registration law was enacted, according to Dr. Bostrom. to protect the farmers of Nebraska from bplng Imposed upon by breeders of horses who were not caret il in their buying and who frequently brought unsound and diseased horses Into the state. The law had ha.i U-ndency to hold that sort' of fellows down and prohibit the unsound horses of states which had a defective law or no' law at all from being shlrped Into Nebraska. In the mind of the doctor no one is raising any fuss or objection .to the law who owns sound animals, or do people object seri ously to the examination when their ani mals are found unsound who really want to do a business which will bear investi gation. Hurt In AV Accident. As a result of a collision of an auto mobile with a bufcgy Just west of the city limits Charles H. Bates of Mllford was probably fatally Injured last night and L. E. Daniels of the same town slightly Injured. Th etwo men had Just left Lincoln and In attempting to pass a horse and buggy driving In the same direction the automobile collided with the rear wheel of the buggy and turned turtle. ... i Mr. Bates, who was driving the. auto, was thrown from his seat and sustained severe Injuries about the head and his chest was crushed. Mr. Daniels was thrown under the car. but was rftore for tunate. The buggy was being driven by Jacob Streclieckcr, accompanied by his son and daughter. The former was thrown from the buggy several feet; while the daughter was al?o thrown out The son whs thrown entirely over the horse s head. The horse wrfs knocked down and Injured so that ho Siad to be killed. Mr. Bales is maniser of the f-liogo Mthia company at Mllford. having been with the company about two years. Fights With Bartender. TN U McLaughlin, a Havclock saloon kcerr. who bas been In severe financial troubles for some timo, hot Into a fight with his bartender last night, from whom he liml Corrowed some money, and as a losult of the altercation is very, badly h.Jured. The bartender, J. J. McNeil. c;ime to Lincoln this morning and p.endcd guilty to assuult before Justice L6ve ar.d puld a f ne of 5 and costs, but it Is said tta; as soon as McLaughlin Is able to appear McNeil will be again arreetcd n a more serious .charge. rfo IIcv Baby is World's Vcndcr NO HELD CLUB LADY THERE ImproTeri Vainly Inrite Them to Discnu School Politics. I BUT THE MEN DO VERY WELL Prealdeiwt LmimIi, Apele.lslasji la . rn'inresl that "ontehwdj, !( time, Isnrwtrr, Toll Him Wnmea Wanteal Talk. Nary a lsdye fsrrs trim need of the ; urgent tnvliatlon to attend the Field I Club District Improvement club meet- I Ing Tuesday night, albeit flamboyant an- Every tiny Infant make M pfr-" "ounwrnents read thM :.ey would be necUva wider and brighter. And what- there In numbers to hear school board ver there Is to enhance It arrival and politics discussed. to ease and comfort the expectant mother "Where did I get the Idea that the should be given attention. Among the i1. ! real helpful things t. an external ab- d !. , i ! T, , . I nominal amplication known aa "Mother's PllUveIr queried resident F. P. Friend." There is scarcely a community Loomls. "Somebody toll n-e they wanted but wnat has Its enthusiastic admirer of to come. I heard It somewhere. Home this splendid embrocation. It Is so well thought of by women who know that most drug stores throughout the United State carry "Mother's Friend" as on of their staple and reliable remedies. It Is applied to the abdominal muscles to relieve the train on ligaments and tendons. Those who have used It refer to he J2"lEZ,2l m three dys of suffra ' refer to the absence of nausea, often so , prevalent as a result of the natural expansion. In a little book are described more fully the many reasons why "Mother's Friend" has been a friend Indwd to women with timely hints, sup gpstiens and hHps for ready reference, it should be In sit homes. "Mother's Friend- msy be bsd of almost ssy driicrlst. hnt It you rail to nnd it write us direct ana at Udy suggested It. Who was It? t do not know. Perhaps I should apologise to the club, but really" "That's why I came," said W. 3. Cor nell menacingly "I understood the women would be here and tell what they know about the school board politics "Ahem mm in. Err rr." Subject ot Rannetl. Still, the subject was not taboo and the men did very well In the discussion ot It. W. F. Baxter t-ald the citlien's slate should be elected. He thought con ditions on the board warranted a change. There Is a certain dissatisfaction with write for book to Brsdfleld Kcculatar Co- some of the nrmpnt members, and one 43 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Gs, of t. ,.,. aUtp WH, pllt on a concession to this fentiintnt," he de clared. I Mr. Connell had not gone Into the mat- rt 1 j "p t, 4- ter but uKKeeted thit there m.ght He U1UD Ob JJOrCllGSLGr two sides to the esse. "There usually is." ht said, "and It occurs to mo that DORCHESTER. Neb., Oct. 2.-Spe- 1 lf tner0 hM beel' nwbordlnallon It clal.)-A Commercial club with 107 charter ,hmjld not 'oered. I may be Incor members, about half of hlch number are reot but It seems to me that loyalty Is farmers about here, has been organised at on of lne entlJ managing schools Dorchester as well as other institutions." Organize Commerce North Platte Will , :; Have New Hospital NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. Oct. 28:-tt;pe-cial.) The Good Samaritan honpital has Just been oreanlred In this city, the or ganization being under the auspices of the Episcopal church of this city. Dean Bowker ill ue chairman of tho execu tive ommlttfc and general manager. All other hospitals now being conducted In this city will bJ closed with the excep tion of the homeopathic hospital. The new organisation will be under thecon trol of several committees of theEplsco pnl church, and It will be a general hos pital In every sense of the word. The new organization hss leased the building heretofore occupied by the Rltner hotel. It will be entirely overhauled and equipped for Its new use. Miss Pearl W. Larson pf Om- wln me an1 ct 8" head nurse. It is expected that'the new hospital will be open about November 16. Hotn frees Beatrice. BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. S.-(8peclal.)-Farm Demonstrator LJebers Is arranging (or an excursion party to probably 600 Gage county residents to visit the state farm on Novermer 4. Those dealrinsj to make the trip can leave Beatrlct In the morning, spend the day at the farm and return home In the evening. : At the opening session of the Uennontte nftronu Tuesday reports were read and routine business transacted. Tho speakers at the evening session wer Revs. Relnlifcrt Wiebe. Micnaei iuen and Oustave Harder. Emery W. Lyman died suddenly Tues day at the home of his daughter. Mrs. V. W. Moore, aged 7 years. The body ... t.k.n in Holdrece. Neb., for burial. Congressman C. H. Sloan will make a campaign through CTage county nexi Friday, arriving In Beatrice In the even ing, where he will deliver an address at the Paddock opera house, inn., pmtwrton Tuesdav granted a decree of divorce to Dora Phillips from P. Phillips. It Is the IntenUon of the club to take Not Political i inn. UP all matters pertslnlng to the best In- "This Is not a political club," con terests of thetown and surrounding coun- tlnued -Mr. Connell. "And naturally try, svernl special matters being now each of us will decide the matter hlm under consideration, among which are the elf." betterment of roads, construction of a . And no endorsements were made, modern hotel building, a municipal Ice- "Tn newspaper men will please take house and the Improvement of the present not that we have not endorsed anybody telephone exchange and service. :'or any ' ticket," said President Loomls. .. . . .. "We've Just been getting Information." DECREASE IN POPCORN Mr. Baxter commended Member A. C. ACREAGE OF NEBRASKA : up for re-election, although not on the I citizen slate. LINCOLN, Neb., Oct 28. (Special.)-1 "Mr. Kennedy is a man of many good Popcorn growers of Nebraska planted qualities and has done many things de 2,063 acres In 1314. according to the re- serving of credit" said Mr. Baxter. "He ports of the precinct assessors, tabulated has many friends, too, but we believe by the Nebraska State Board of Agrtcul- his policy on the board excluded him ture. Last year the acreage was J.799. from the endorsement of the group that the decrease being 73S acres. brought out this ticket" Valley county leads In the production' Mr. Baxter said he and Mr. Halleck of popcorn. In 1913 the acreage was 870, Rose and the others who "grouped the this year 683. Knox county Is a . close eight candidates on the citizen's ticket," second with 604 acres this year, as did not pretend to think for all voters, against 734 last year. Greeley county but Intended merely to do a public planted 21 acres in 1914. 274 acres in 1913. service and help In a way to get able Conditions in these counties. It is sa)d, men who would give efficient service as are Ideal and the crop ripens without school board members, artificial drying. j This was the first meeting of the club i in several weeks. The only business GETS NEARLY $50 APIECE j brought up besides the discussion by Clin PUni CDA DOnnC UnrC!Mr' Baxter ttnd the impromptu anwer run UnULtrtA rttUUr MUUJ.by Mr. Connell was the question of 1 whether or not the Field club policeman, SUPERIOR, Neb., Oct. 3S.-(8peclal Tel- maintained at the expense of the resl-egram.)-Albert Smith of near Cadmus, -dents, could keep walks clear of snow today sold a large number of Red Sov- this winter and do other little Incidental crelgn boar pigs at an average of nearly vJob,. KtnaUy )t w joclded to reTer $50 apiece. The hogs had been plaoed In to a committee the matter of hiring a pens wtlh otters Infected with cholera; mha to shovel snow and allow the and stood the test successful!. policeman to confine his efforts U pollo- ,,. vd. n, " ( ',1R' Tha lueBtl" i-aUed as to Annnal Trade. Day, 1 . . ., SUPERIOR, Neb.. Oct. 28. (Special Tel egramsSuperior's second annual trade WomanLoscs Life, Her Child Its Sight, in an Oil Explosion BItlR. Neb.. Oct. W -(Special Tele gram. 1 Mrs. Pine Carter, Jr., was so terribly burned by a kerosene explosion at her home In North Blair this morning as to cause her death a few hours later, and her -months-old baby was so badly burned that It cannot recover. A. Carter, the woman's husband, was In Burt county at work, and Mrs. Carter and child stayed all night with his slater. Return ing to the homn, Mrs. Carter emptied coal oil from a can Into the cook stove to start a ftte. It Is supposed that a grate of hot coals had remained from the evening before, causing the explosion. Mrs Carter was unable to give any clear explanation of the accident. The baby was In a carriage near the stove. Just as the mother had left It while she started to build the fire. The child s eyes were so bsrily burned that the sight Is gone. Those who first reached the woman found her In the yard a mass of flames, screaming for someone to save her baby. vx Cotton Loan Fund Details Announced WASHINGTON. Oct. JS-Full details of the plan for a IJlVWn.ooo loan fund to care for tho surplus cotton crop were made public tonight by the Federal -Re-serve board. The board's outline of the plan was sent to clearing house Associa tions throughout the country. Responses are ' expected to reach the board before the end of the week and officials were hopeful tonight that the p an would meet with sufficient banking support to make Its adoption certain. The outline differs only In detull from the previous announcement. The fund It showa Is to be administered under the direction of a committee to be known as the central committee to be composed of the Individual member of the reserve board. Actual administration of the Tund will be under a "cotton loan com mittee," to consist of W, P. O. Harding, member of the board, chairman; I'aul M. Warburg of tho board, Colonel K. M. j House, Austin, Tex.; A. H. Wlggln, New York; James S. Alexander, New York; James B. Forgan, Chicago; Fret us J. Wade, St. Louis; Levi L. Rue. PMIadcl phla and William A. Gaston, Boston. Thero are to be two classes of sub scriptions to the fund, the first known as "A" to aggregate $100,000,000 and to he raised among1 bankers and other persons or corporations and firms In non-cotton producing states. Cl.iss "B" subscrip tions are to bo made by banks or bankers In cotton producing states. Warmer Weather Coming Eastward WASHINGTON. Oct. 28,-Asmiranee that today's touch of winter will be followed Immediately by warmer wea ther generally throughout the country was given tonight by tho government forecasters. Warmth was said to be moving eastward In the wako of the bit ing wind that brought freezing temper atures and killing frosts to the Ohio and tha "upper and middle Mississippi val leys. I Maine was the only state where tem peratures were below freezing tonight In Greenville, Me., the mercury went down to twenty-two, and at Portland , It was thirty. Tonight's forecast Indicated tempera tures would be higher Wednesday In the middle and upper Mississippi ami ; the Ohio valleys and would rise slowly : Thursday In tho northeastern districts and the south. In this connection President Loomls said: "I bellnvA. with th. h.lr. 1.1 I. - dy come, off tomorrow with leading is ekrnln(f h j have been democratic and republican speakers I no robberle, , ,he FMi cJub present. j Bee Want Ads Produce Results. i i PLEAD GUILTY OF HIGHWAY ROBBERY ATPLATTSMOUTH PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Oct 2S. -(Special Telegram.) In the Cass county dis trict court Fred Davis and John Pease pleaded guilty to the charge of highway robbery from the person of William Nenstell of one gold watch and $4 In cash near Elmwood last week. Judge James L. Begley sentenced them to from three to fifteen years at hard labor In the state penitentiary. tor it is known we have a policeman. The man's dog found a fellow sleeping In a comer of the park and tho man not being able to explain his presence he was sent to the station." OMAHA FIRST NATIONAL AGENT FOR FREMONT BANKS DEATH RECORD Mrs. Ilnspa Nelson. Mrs. Uaga Nelson." aged 88, 2304 Daven port, Avidow of Kund Nelson, died yester day. She came to Neoraska in 18ti3. Mrs. Nelson leaves four children, Mrs. Mlele, Mrs. Miller and Miss' Anna Nelson of Omaha and Ben Nelson, with the Cudahy company, Chicago: also a sister, Mrs. K. Knutson of Omaha. ' WASHINGTON, Oct. 2S. (Special Tele grsm.l Frank A. Mlllhouse has been ap pointed postmaster at Summer, Dawson county, Nebraska, vice Joseph Ormond. A postofflce was established at Wlllett. Arthur county, Nebraska, with Charles T. Ross as postmaster. Miss Mayme Duorak of Lincoln wish appointed a sci entific assistant In the Agricultural de partment J. F. Chrlsteansen of Water loo, la., was appointed a clerk In the Treasury department The First National bank of Omaha has been approved as a reserve agent for Fremont national banks arjd for ths First National bank of Stanford, Mont A. Many Candidates Visit Panes. POXCA, Neb.. Oct 28. 8pectal. Yes terday was political day In Ponca. In the morning R. B. Howell, republican candi date for governor; Charles W. Fears, can didate for attorney general: A. O. Thomas, candidate for state superinten dent of schools: O. S. Spillman. candidate for congress, and H. P. Shumway, candi date for state senator, addressed our po I le from autos. Their remarks were listened to by a large and appreciative audience. In the evening Congressman Dan V. Stephens spoke on the political lsues from a democratic standpoint to a fair-sized audience at ths opera house. Two Yea re far Attacking Child. TORIC. Neb., Oct. 29. (Special. Frank Norrta. who was arrested Saturday night and placed In the county Jail on the ( barge of an attempt to assault tha 6- ear-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Richardson, who live near Bluevals, was brought before Judge Coraoran yesterday afternoon and sentenosd to two years In the penitentiary. New Postmaster (or Avoca. AVOCA. Nsb., Oct. 28.-Speclal.)-8. C. Hobark has been appointed postmaster ax Nehanka to succeed J. H. 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