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T1IK rKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY J!, 1915.
U.S. CAPITAL HEARS
BILLY SUNDAY TALK
Evangelist Preaches to Solons, Cub
inet Heads, Diplomats "If Chriit
Came to Washington."
WILSON IS 177 ABLE TO ATTEND
"WASHINGTON. Jan. 1. "BUty"' un
lsy, the revivalist, visited Washington
todsy an,l nlked to S.ono proona about
"If Christ came ta Washing-ton." Mem
bers of tha cabinet. congressmen, dlnlo
in.il8 and a-overamrnt officials helrd to
writ tha Ug audience that listened to
the pltureique sermon of tha bane ball
rvanKfllat aa ha climbed upon a table
and warned hit hearer that "God must
b aerved." '
Chump Clark. sreskeT of the house,
presided over the meeting, and rVcretary
Jlrywn, Attorney Uenoral f?re?ory, Foc
relary Lane and J. P. Tumulty, aeero
tary to tho president, occtlpled aeat on'
the platform. A tiiunber of senators were
present and Speaker Clark, remsrltsd aa
he introduced tha preacher, "that a
quorum of the house wti on hand."
Sunday w a trifle hosree, but he
poke for an hour lth tremendoua en
ergy, lie declared that he believed he
"would not have to leave the corporate
limits of Waxhlncton to find people who
would vole to' crucify Jeaua Chrlsi If be
walked up Pennsylvania, avenue today."
'Chrlrt la already In Washington," he
amrrted. "He aeea every falsa vote that
you cset here, or that la caat In your
conetuuenelea. His ' Judgment of you
or me la not based on what ha read In
the ConcTsssional Record."
Aa the assemblage aroae to hear the
preacher's final prayer he thanked Uod
for a "a president In the White Hons
who bowa his knee In submission to Ood."
The president ! Invited to tha meet
ing, but was unable to attend. His
daughter. Margaret Wilson, and Miss
Helen Uones, the president's coaaln, were
present.- I .
on the question of cminty library tsx.
end upon a petition of twenty-five voters
H. TV . Pnycler snl Ttbhrfs of Adam
and etirmn of Merrtek Any. poreoti
uttering a cheek or draft on a haul; w her"
ha knows he has nt nifflrtent funis to
meet t lial I ) jrnllv of a frlnnv, miles
redlt arrmnaementa have been previously
marie with hens.
H. It. M. Uroome, I'.srker and Cronln
Affidavit of publication of legal noilees
must be mailt within thirty days of the
completion of publication.
H. ft. W. Ilroom of Hnx lUitt Vnter
on iKinds of mtinl"lnsl election mut show
election boards tag receipt for the pre
II. 11. N Mroome of Hog TJu'te Count r
to pay . cents an hour for killing
wolves and coyotes to speclntly hired
executioner. If lie gMa no result ids
expenses shall not be paid. ttcpenl
II H. !o. Moseley of tancsrter Repeals
e nn of civil oKh whleh requires clerk
to report on order of sale whether In
H. ft. 11. Moseler of lAnegster Appro
priates lin.OM) for the. relief of Mrs. IM
Isvls, hoft husband whs asnplnntel
vhlle deputy warden at the penitentiary.
February 11. 1HI2. KWrgen"y.
JL M. 62. neianer of Thomss rroviiles
a means of transferring property of
rellKloua societies when they cease to
H. R N, Matletbn of t'lav and m
Hounty of Frontier untl rny bi In
land offered at tax sales r other bidders
do not offer enough to cover di-M and
(nay aeJl subsequently i whin offercJt
H. It. M. Dftfoa of Johnaon T'ltlna of
rec.ad claas shall not I mi Italia f, r dam
ages whera Iniurina arise, from drfnriive
streets unless notice of suih defeot shall
have been within thirty days of the time
Of the Injury, limergi ncy.
ti. jl . rJeci.y of I ongsS Relieves
corn taxation schuols which sra not con
ducted In whole or In Tart for gain.
11. It. iai, isegley of J oiiglnM I enes
: Bills Introduced
. (From a e'taff Corresioadent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 1. (Special.) Tha fol
lowing bill were Introduced In tha legis
K K. to, Psunders of IHuglss Relates
to tho manner in which a charitable so
ciety inrorKrated under the laws of the
stato may extend the period for which 1t
K. K. it.. B of Custer Provides that
the settlement of estates can be made by
Judge at chambers.
B. F. 7, Heal of Custer Provides for
constructive service In ca defendant can
be found in aUle. ,
8. F. 68, Ho I of Custer provides. In
of rape where mala Is It years of
age or over and feinaln under age of la,
.,i .4. tint r-i.iili-- iKivmIjihiu- ,
principal fa. I. Jury, If they believe be-
wim n nruundum ailUDl ins KU11L or
tlcfondant, may convict.
M. V. Ut I;Vuland jf llnnn- ITvtan. tK.
right to remortgsge trust estt to
uuuiim oiion proper snowing Deiors
county Judge. .
it w at iiimUnj tj. .-1.
necessary population In the formation of
A .llluu ,. I . I Jkt. a .. . . .
-1 . i " w ph,ii.ui uintriVI. I loin J.IMP o BIJL
8. l' ti. llrookle of f'luvxMi,iKii
the gal of hablt-tormlng drugs except
UtHin UrAli'rlnilnn rl i 1 .r I Ia..J ..L....I
Una, and provldea for publio record of
MM i .-4 aatea lth ,nur,Mui. i-.i
iii. V. b2. Krilrk of Klm irUmin.i,. -
clnet road overseer in counties under
Ilia rommtulnn ,v,t,ni anil mmu
' employment, of a county road ovsr-
S. V. . BiHrk of FallneKxeropts from
' r - ---'. wa inn iruiKisj VIIIiOyi
lxr Uw (iKinff maxlroum nin houi pr
tmy worK, an womrji rmployea h&dlUk
trntn nr.lrr V mic? .
H. F. M. Hplrk of Hsllne Repeals sut-
v i'luvuiiiiK Ior iBcuoa ot district
road ovcrsveia. .
s. F. 69, Marshall of Lancaster Pro
vldra for sufficient clearance between
lilar h nower olai.iri,, i,.imi..i
uracted near existing telephone or tnle-
. i a nnea. ami on objections, boartng
b,:foie railway commlealon. With eroei
gem y clause.
H. K. an Dorian of rw,u-1. 1 ..iv.
t itles of metropolitan class to establish
work or correction farm for urlmlnal ot
leimers. And for board of commission
ers lo iinvtra unt
H. K. 7. Huahee of K Imball Provides
for the purchase of a water aupply for
..ibiii.i. ana ror tne re!lslon
- of contrscts for purchase of water aup.
lwy. oavment for vrhloh I- t-
r'urw,h. u,:?nd nJ cancellation
H. K. S- Hunhn- Af U lmku11 UL a
Irrigation season from November 14 to
8. F. Rushes of KlmbaJl-RedUoeg
rerccntage of collection tea on district
K. 70 MallKr At T3. C.i.. r.
ior tiie adoption of commission plan of
eoveinment In cities having les than
l:W0 population down to aoou. ISui h cities
to have thra numKliiu,, - ....
. ach and an extra m for the mayor.
a A ''; K!e, h' Nmaha-Provldea
hat In school dlatrlla wk... .
.f pupils attend parochial a. Iiool at l.aat
two months per year tha diatriot board,
by filing with the voiinty auparlntendent
av sworn statement setting forth the facta
limy rmluiN 11. !..,, . , . . '
lauglit, but Iw bo case less than seven
- k Ti. Klechel of Nemaha-FUea the
jnaxlmum attorney fee thai district
judge can allow la a partition suit at loO
Mnl the maximum compensation (Tor a
referee in su ti suit at la a day for time
eac "'"i"r'va ana ireatsa an einer
H. F. TTl. Rudan r,r v i .t
Vay of prKtncl aasgfsors from Si to M
,r. " ior time actugiiy etnp oyod,
M. F. K look. I w- - - .
f Kui.bal M.wing It trima. foia evi
dence of intent to defraud to iaaue a
LlTt rhV nimktr h " '"nda against
th'. fi: 'S'.H"',I ' TViuglaawprovlde
that the olfleer. before whom deposition
are tkrn. nniat not h . -iu,.. . .
(irm v of -Irli-p . . i .
. f-.j. our a, cierH or
stenographer employed In the office of
-"u,MIj "i ruiter party.
'w"iir reaiea a
public employee' retirement fund for
ones or metropolitan vilUH , h
raibed by asabasment on wagea and not
V,Z ir'J: '.. . as much from
" ' iuou. cmerseney.
. I'. 77. Howell of Louglaa-Provlde
amo.uit of salary to be rec.lvad by of
ets of the police and fire department!
in metropolis cities. m.ww
S. F. :. tjuinby of ioulas-Authorillni
t ines of over 5 oeo ,i . . "'
bonds or levy tax of u mills for purpoae
of buylng a.lp.tint for fir. deprimBms.
b. F. TV, Hohertaon of 111 1-Pro Id. i
rials levy soincienc to pay fagea of ill
tea, hers employed in the common schools
,w iiiwiitna n uis year,
' Moos Bills.
U. U at. Ttbbets of Adama-Votnrs In
l!.u part of county affiled .hail vol
to tho court the right to direct a verdict
n oivii S'tlona before a Jury.
II. R, VT. LaHountr of Fronliar I'er-
mlts county treasurer to hold more than
II. K. !. LaBnunty of Frontier In
reases annual license of moturevclea in
2, and changes auto Itrcnaa to cents
per nurse power with minimum at Su
J I. K. m. Horntry of Cherry-Reneals
wo Sections allowing damages againat
owner of animals straying upon cul
II. R. l't. Ebernisn of Thsver-Cotinlv
hoards may make road districts only
three miles suuare. but overaier in audi
small district shnll hot receive morn than
.a a year as pay.
it. H. wl. Klmelund and Meredith of
Paunders Mmpowers cities to tako pri
vate land for cemetery purposes.
H. K. 101 Rlmelund of Hoiiniirru-.
Tuition tax for high school students at-
enmng outside their dlstr cts are to bn
paid direct to the auhool district for
wnicn levied ami not to the county
M. It. J. Hurgesa of IlotlElas A
majority of the front footage signing
ior pavement and designating tho
material shall govern the kind of pave
ment. Takes right from city council at
any time to make designation.
II. R. 104, Uormly o( Kesrney County
aid to fairs shall ! applltxl first to
psy merit of premiums.
II. II. liJo, luesctitck or Rlcliardaon
Limits the height of hedge fen-s along
roads to three and one-half feet, snl
fenulres owners to. trim at lenxt once
each year and burn cuttings within ten
uays. renaii y road- overseer to do work
and tax to property.
it. it. ins, jjrueaedow or Douglas Con
vict made goods shall le labeled as such.
Penalty fltw to foOO fine or oen to six
A' Continued Story
ioTvc umr bcri oar
-OAxQ fllvQWT 1WE tslV.
Vsprk) A tAfWEL O fctt
f -in aw
1 r -arT
m'nlli In Jail, or berth
H. It. 1T. H'ott of Humllton Reduces
n lnlmum a hiKl ear from elsht to six
month in dl-trbts having twenty to
eeventy-flve puplla. H-tale provisions
reiiulrliig nine months whool where can
be uinlntained by lew of 1 mills er 8
mills on levy of BO mills. Kmergenry.
II. 11. log, Hcott of Hamilton Hepaais
mortgnge tax exemption Isw. Kmergency.
M. It. 1. Trunible of Hherman Ralt
rnads ehs.ll furnish transportjtflon both
waya to owner or caretaker of cattle of
II. It. 110. Tnylor of Custer nirtrict
court reporters shall furnish transcripts
without other compensation than salary.
I'renent law gives them 10 rents per ItW
11. K. 111. Taylor of Custer Abolishes
party circle nnd voting straight Ticket.
11. II. 112, Usgrt or Hewerd. Van
Tieuaen of Washing-ton. Hates of
Cheyenne. Tnimlile of Sherman Atiol-islif-a
stale normal board and put nor
mals under resents of i nlveralty.
H. TI. US. I.touglaa County Iieiegat ln
Forbids sale or giving away of opiates
except upon written prescription of
iiliyat'iBn, requires reeorda. and provides
heavy penalties for Violation.
11. R. 114. Alnley of Nance, Andrn
of iloyd, Crlnklew of Antelope nnd Frtea
of I l(.)wn.rd Reduces reoiilremints for
v. elaht sustaining On county bridges from
twentv to fifteen gona.
II. R. 11R, (ireeiwtlt of Caster Per
mits maximum levy for school purposes
ir vlllnges and clllea of second class of
Tax on Harkness
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 11 An Income
tax of )144,(Xx), said to have been ono of
the largest paid thn government, wsa
turned In by L. V. Harkness, early as
sociate of John I'. Rockefeller, who died
yesterday at the tanch of his son-in-law.
Dr. A. King Macomber, near Ilollkxter,
'al. He was In California when the In
come tax was Instituted, and the state
ment he filed showed tha value of his
holdings to be between SW.n00.000 and
Mr. Harkness' hobby was fine horses
and cattle, which he bred at his home
place. Walnut Hall farm, near Lexington,
Ky. One of his choicest herds recently
was brought out and placed on the Ma
comber ranch, where the aed millionaire
passed tho last six weeks of his life.
Keeping; la Ciao Conditio.
Many people suffci from Indigestion
and constipation and do not know It A
feeling of dullness and Isnguldnesa, bitter
taste In tha mouth, headache, billons
fever most of these conditions when you
"are not sick, but don't foel right" can
bo traced to sluggish bowels and torpid
liver. Foley Cathartlo Tablets cleanse
the system, arouse the liver,, banish In
digestion and make you "feel good alt
over" light, energetic and ambitious.
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PUSH S0PREMEC0ORI WORK
Judiciary Committee of Home Con
sidering; Bills Relating to
LAWYERS WILL SOON MEET
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. !.. Special.; '.tills to
expedite business before the supreme
court are being taken up by ralrman
Parrott of the Judiciary committee of the
house, In which ho la being assisted by
Representative Richmond of Douglas
Richmond says that the Idea is to call
a ttieetlng of some of tho bee legal tal
ent la the state with the Judiciary com
mittee to ace If legislation Cannot be
agreed on which will simplify tho methods
of legal procedure.
Bills already have ben troduced cov
ering the matter to some. extent, a bill
empowering tho supremo court Judges to
call In district Judge to assist the court
In disposing of cases being the most Important.
Boston Sunday Films
Mustn't Offend New
BOSTON, Jan. IS. Only such pictures
aa would aot offend a "New England
conscience" may be shown In moving
picture houses hi this state on Sunday,
Deputy Chief George C. Neal of the state
police, who are tho official censors, said
Tha manager of a film exchange hd
complained that the story of Christ had
been ruled out by the censors for Sun
day exhibition because It represented a
crucifixion In one of the films. It was
too cruel "tho censor thought." Scenes
from the life of Abraham Lincoln were
barred, the management said, because the
sensor thought battles scenes were too
strong; for tho Sabbath.
These pictures were sanctioned for use
during tho week. Tho state police have
forbidden tho exhibition on Sunday of
fltma showing dancing, new or old, gam
bling, crime, rough play, cruelty to
human beings or animals or the use of
HUNTS VI LLK, Ala-, Jan. 1R.-Hrman
lely, a tiegro, said to have shot Arthur
Craft, a wlilto man, was lynched at
Taylorsvllle, Ala., near here, late today.
pWama canal workers
will have to pay rent
WASHINGTON'. Jan. .-rnder a resi
dential order made public today, employes
of tho Panama oansl and the Panama
Railroad company on tho Isthmus of
Panama will have pay rent and buy
their fuel and electric current Marc,Jj 1
next Heretofore these things have been
supplied by tho government free of cost.
Samuel Untermycr Discusses High
Finance In Inquiry Into Methods
ADVOCATES FEDERAL CHARTERS
NKW YORK. Jan. IS. Samuel I'ntcr
myer, the flrt witness questioned by
Chairman Valnh at fhe opening of the
federal Industrial relations commission's
hearing here today, discussed sorlallsm
and socialistic charity at some length.
The latter, he asserted, waa necessary if
the pple acre to receive relief. The
large charitable foundations, Mr. ITnder
myer thought, were ably managed and
did much good, but should operate under
federal rather than state charters.
Hpeaking of the concentration of
money, Mr. t'ntermyer said he knew of a
banking interest which, through the re
organisation of Insolvent railroads, had
come Into the control of loo.uOO miles of
railroads In the United States. When
such a situation exists, the witness said,
the shareholders have no power at all In
the management of the roads; the direct
ors and trustees were controlled entirely
by the banks.
"The concentration of power and cap
ital of any kind Is grossly unfair tc la
bor." Mr. Walsh questioned Mr. Untermyer
about tho Colorado Fwl and Iron com
pany. "It has been testified," the commis
sioner said, "that a Vertain large flnarur
clal Interest did not control the company
because it only held 40 per oent of the
"That Is preposterous," replied tho wit
ness. "The stock Is listed on the 'ex
change and many shares are In the hands
of brokers.' Jt would be necessary for a
largo financial interest to have but 10
per cent of the stock. When It wants o
do anything with the corporation It Just
sends around to tho broker and gets the
Snow Causes Fire
Burning Oil Eig
BAK1N, Wyo Jan. H.-Special Tele
gram.) A rig belonging to tho Big Horn
Drilling company, operating for the Grey
bull Oil company on Its Jackson holdings,
east of Basin, was burned to tho ground
at a loss of $5,000. This. rig was busy
cleaning a well which was shot with
i nitro-glycerlne. When shot the well did
not make an exceptional Tow, hut the
, nrii mom in ir iioweo at two d r reran
times, the oil gushing higher than the
' MBM Till til ' - .
. . . .. . wvuiiiuiti.tu 1 1 1 A
lake near tho well where 300 barrels of
oil took fire and was also destroyed.
For a Milli
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Pi'perintrndcnt Hotner Lamb of the com
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a roiner of tha room in which she was
Women Ul Oat tilrl.
Another rescue of the kind, made by
women, also Is reported. Tli mother It
seems had escaped and believed that her
daughter must he alive under the frag
ments of their house. She organised a.
party of women and herself stimulated
them to continue what seemed a hopeless
excavation In nothing but a heap of Ir
regular pieces of limestone.
Tho mother on Sunday heard a vol.-e
Just beneath where the women were
working, anti they finally reached the
young woman, who was roofed In and
protected by two parts of walls forming
an angle. One foot was held under a
block of stoni-, but otherwise the young
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out fewxi or drink for four days and hart
betn nearly suffocated by the dnst of
the pulverised mortar, which sifted down
through crevices while llis women were
trying to rench lier.
HOUSE PASSES BILL TO
ABOLISH COLORADO PARK
WASHrXOTON. Jsn. IS.-The senate
bill to eetahllrh tho llocky Mountain Na
tional park, comprising 231.000 a-res In
Colorado, mostly in forest reserlres, was
passed by the house today, after adoption
of some minor amendments. There was
practically no opposition.
hammer I nmplalnt Cured, i
Dr. King's New Life lUIa will rid th
system of fcrmontlnff foods and poisons,
keep stomach and liver healthy. 25c. All
WASHINGTON. Jan. IS. (Special Tele
gram. (Nebraska pension granted: Mar
tha K. Morfnrd. lie Witt, $12.
James H. Hallry is appointed rural let
ter carrier at Arnold. Neb., and Klon
McDowell at Diillas. H. l.
A charter hug been Issued to the First
National lmk of Frankfort, H. f., capi
tal .,; A. H. llohlnson, president; C.
A. Kleppln, cashier.
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Black Silks Go Tuesday.
A Day of Bargains .
At thefse great reductions they will go in a hurry.
$1.25 Black Satin de Luxe, 89c a yard.
A charming 36-inch fabric. . ,
$1J5C Black Satin Messalir.e, 98c a yard.
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$1.50 Bleached Table Damask SI. 00 ixr yard
$1,75 JMearhed Table Damask ' 81.35 per )arl
$2.00 Bleached Table Panta.sk.. S1.50 P yard
. Turkish Towels
30 dozen 25c Turkish Towels. 1J each
25 dozen toe Turkish Towels 25 each
SO dozen 50c Turkish Towela 29 each
23c dozen 75c Turkish Towels 50 each
- Table Cloths
$2.50 Bleached Table Cloths, ronnd designs $1.89
93.50 Blenched Table Cloths, round deeignx $2.50 each
$3.00 Bleached Table Cloths, round designs $3.75 ach
$7.50 Bleached Table Cloths, round designs $5.00 each .
$10.00 Bleached Table Cloths, round designs $7.50 each
$1.83 Bleached Napkins $1.50 Pd dozen
$1.75 Bleached Napkins $1.39 per dozen
$4.50 Bleached Napkins $2.75 'per dozen
$6.75 Bleached Napkin..... , $4.89 Pr dosen
$10.00 Bleached Napkins '$7.50 Per dozen
100 dozen 45c H. 8. IIuckTowels , 25 each
73 dozen 7 tic H. S. Huck Towels 50 each
10 dosen $1.00 n. S. Huck Towels 65 d each
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ba fancaied sharply at noon. Natrona
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slao Xaasi la aoaa-a batwasa acta.
sat Weak Coiwl for tha Daf saso.
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