Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 21, 1915, NEWS SECTION, Page 2-A, Image 2
'2 A THE OMAHA tsUNiMl JiKh: FElMlJAUV 21, I'Jl LEWIS OBJECT OF EOTION Dundee Kan Tainted Out in Xesolu tion Introduced by CLambert of Douglas County. CAS COMPACT - IN UMEIiaUT rrVr-T a Ptaff CorreapwoVnt.) WNCOt-X, Feb. JO. Sp?cliU .-Ihhy-eUte" r,v ot n tbo PO"ht' the chief vlllnlti In the play beln A Arlon Lvlr1. RrpreintatlT Chamber of Douirla countr tortAY nt up . motion to t)Hl elork SFktn that th rule of the hens res si-dln lorr.yln ho P"t In force, and peclilriflly mi-ntlortln; fl. A Hon Lewis of mmdee M the rch demon In the business. ' ' The rfwruUon charred tvrr Lewis ws th .representative of . rral eetate firm which, owned Ism tract of real estate In Dtrtvle,- tii Va workln atnt the annoxMtnn tlll and wa Bf,t reKlstered. "Why dont ynu put ,n nnrne f h rmtleman Ihyln over In the other end of the bulliilnH. who Uenmewhat tallr-r than I im?" ehoutod Trumhln. loiter when eke to whom he referred he 1 it vm not Arthur Mullen, a allejefl, tut another rentlefuan from the Mi After irettln the matter before the house Mr. Chambers withdrew the reso lution. i The following- appropriation bill, rec ommended by the Hoard of Control, were reported out by the finance committee thte afternoon and eer.t to third reading-: IX, n. nT For IBJCO to buy landi at Nor folk asylum. H. H 474 Kor $7.K to buy land for the 3'lrle asylum. II. It. 41'i-Kor WOW to buy land at Be atrice Institution. H. R m 'or M.KIO in eref t new hulld lr.g at Orthore'l!' r"i'Hl et Lincoln. 'Little Moro Quiet In University Bow fFrom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Feb. J0.-PpH.l.)-The tinl ' verity authorttte are wIMwr to furnish any information the lellature want about expense jf tlie lawmaker will give the retonta time to flKtire over about 30,000 vouchers on hand. Thl Informa tion was given the homes today In a com munication from Chancellor Avery an afti tmath of the hi row over "higher" education precipitated by' rieptwntatlva Taylor yeaterday. 'The hotise decided It has been a HtU severe upon Mr. Taylor in ref'tfln to give hie committee Instruo tlone "detilred and today he and hi 1n veMlRator wre referred to a resolution calling upon all boards and state adminis trative bodies to furnish the senate with wlintever information was desired; There probably will be no further de v.li.pnu'tiU" now until the committee rimke a report Wf Tvlor said today lie was not In favor of two boards of recsnta, en lor the tinlverrttr proper na on tor 1)10 ta.t farm, but that he wanted one board of regent to serve for h two Institu tion. II particularly anilou that the state farm should get what wa com ing to it . '' ; ' Dalbov Good Roads Bill to Third Reading ' irnffl a Riaff Correspondent ) T.1KOOIVW. -Feo. (Hpeclal.) H, IV nil. and aoverel others of tlwJ t,ue i mur which I i eUd to help greatly in the bulldlnB ad kcci Ing up f the road t the stata and Increaae th annuul llcona taJt oft motor hlclen. TU bill w taken up in cotiimltte of the whi le today and met witU-favorable coniildnratlon. being eentl t tlJrd rmdiug. Tl' A9 fcy th wu re'julree a J'cenne on a''h motorcycle U $U one each nutoniobU for private um, l',; for business ue, tf. and for dealer and niaiiuftn turer eftih, V'. PIF? A!D HIGH ZW ' CCNTRA.CT5 V.'ITH YANKEES T'lrtHOlT, Trb. 9V Walter Vll'P, first ,.rr,1Kn. and Hut,fl High, outfielder, will tiv with the New Yorlc Amerloen league h rlub this season. iTeaMent Navin ot th Detroit club, announcej to Auv thut riiD had come to terms. with r.:U Dcncvr.n cf New York and had itfd a contract. uhjx-t to approvml of Mr. Navln; High, N.vln said, will c"rv to trm probably today witSx tHiu- Aeroplanes Drop Bomb3 on Cettinje; Women Aro Killed rAJUS. Feb. JO. It was seml offlelalry announced In rati today that an Aue trlan aroplxne flew over Cettinje, th capital of Montenegro, on February II and dropped tiln bomb. Two women wer killed arnl four children were wounded by the exploelona, according to th statement, nEUIJN, Feb. Ml Hy Wireless to Bay- ville) The Overseas News agency today gave out the following Item for publica tion! "Iteport from Sofia. Bulgaria, say tbat hostile manifestation occurred before the Herblan legation and the .Montenegrin consulate, i "In negotiating with England concern- Ing the use by It vessels of neutral flags, tho Dutch government repeatedly char acterised the action of th British a an nbua. "The flwcdtsh customs authorities havs taken the strictest measures to prevent the smuggling of contraband into Russia. "Ilerr tiwlnner, manager of th Deutsoh bank, who has made trip to Vienna, ay the financial and econorr.lo accomplishments of Austria during th winter exceeded all expectation." Commissioner Hall Points to Letter . By Board Members (From fttaff Correspondent.) UINCOIJ, Feb. . (SpeolaU-IUSlway Commissioner Tbomaa Hall in replying to the letter of Railway Commissioners Clark and Taylor, who deolarad they wer not for the meaaur, placing regu lation of publlo utilities under the rail board ha petnted to a. totter "written by them to member of the legislature and read In the house in which they reoommnnded If, R. 2G9, bill that would amend th stock and bonds act so a to allow th Missouri IVclfto railroad to convert It common stock. Into pre- . M . I. 7 ' Commissioner Hall s,y h feel It to b hkt duty s a member of a oommlts olo amployed by th stet and pald, thoroughly to famlllarts himself with wry phase of publlo interest, to' pro tect those publlo intereet even- to th extent of going before the leglslatur. 11 say th amount of bu that he ha recalvod seem a Utile kmfa wh n ii Mm oonsirierea ine.1 i.ie legislation lor which he tg working U now th law in twenty state of the union, those state having; beon driven to It within the last tew year. HA0GIKS' WIDOW GETS $3,000,000 ESTATE. HASTINGS WILL INSTALL HEAT AND JITNEY SERVICE WABTINQS, Neb., Feb, to, (Special Tel' egram.) Proposal for the installatlou of a antral heating plant and a Jitney serv ice for Hosting will be considered by th Chamber of Commerce at a meeting Monday, A, IL JUmbrough of Chicago I her looking orer th field for a heating plant, while Henry fihuotl contemplates commissioning a number of twelv-ps- senger car for Jitney servio. ' T lie Adam ounty .court nous was o!o4 for fumigation m a tesuli ttt th lllnee of ilhofiff Col with kmallpox, District court haa-'been adiournia for a weelt and rlKorou measure hav beon taken to prevent th prad f th con taglon, , , 5 S ( 1 BRITAIN DELAYS FORMAL CLOSING OF TEUTON PORTS (Continued from Page One.) LEXINGTON. Ky, Feb. X-Wrs. Pearl Voorhle Ilaggini, youthful widow of James B. llacgln, millionaire turfman, will get hi Klmendorf estate, valued at (3.000,000, under th term of hi will. The estate comprises 870 acres of blu grass and a string of noted fao hors. Wows Notes of Cedar Bluffs. CEDAR BLUFFS, Neb., Feb. SO. (Spe cial.) If, W.' Btollcy. a retired farmer IIHr.fi at this pine, told hi farm seven mile south of her yesterday for 11 Per acre. Th farm consists of eighty acros. ' The Ice in the Plntt river Just north of tlii place is In a very weak condition and it 1 .expected to brl up at any time. Many of the farmer living north of here are watching th rivor with a ftru&t deal ot interest on aooount of th valuable hnylend they posses rtetur th stream. English Pheasants Send Word of Battle . j To the Nations (Corrs)ondenc of the Aseoclatod Press.) LONDON; Feb, I H Folk on the east coast have no ned of lookout to warn thont of a tattle lo the North Sea, Oven when they can not hear th gun-firing they haVs augurle of the battle in th pheasants, in which th country there about abound. . . Hour before the people of Irndon wer aware of It many ast coast residents knew there had been an engagement on the morning of Sunday, January 24. Al most immediately after firing had begun th pheasant mad a great stir andj fusa and those old resident able to read th sign realised that th sensitive birds were aware of distant cannonading. Sim ilar demonstration by the bird had been mad on previous occasion. Rev, W. IS. JU Evan, writing from Saxby Rectory, Lincolnshire, on the east eoast, yi "It may be of interest to Admiral Sir David Beatty to Jcnew that a lrg portion of the population of. tbls remote parUrt, la spite ot the eensor, knew all aoout hi doing on Sunday morning at an' arlv hour. . 1 'Our worthy clerk met ate with the an nouncement, "Ther be rurs going cn in the North fiea thi Vhyr X Inquired, men river below Kovno down to th light bank of the lower Vistula, and military expert in London say it I difficult to vlctualls this poeltlon. The campaign In th Austrian crown land of Bukowlna continue, with pros pect of developing Into a decisive bat tle on the bank of th Pruth river. Tn ' Oallcla th repeated violent Aus trian attack against the Russian posi tions In th Carpathian pse bar been costly to both side, but they bar left the alignment little change. In the west th German are hammer ing away In an endeavor to recover lost ground and are reported to be keeping th British troop spee.iaUy busy to th southeast of Tyre. In Belgium, and else where along their comparatively extended front, but, according to French and Brit ish claim, without making appreciable gain. AMERICA STANDING FIIUILYCN WARNING (Continued from Peg One.) national law,- Juid,..whU cfUii&Js her admit that th commerce, of the United State ha been treated irloch -better by the allies sine the protest wmai ent than before, hey are unwilling to set any prece dent by aoquleBence in several of the British contention. ... , Fewer Comptolet. ' . ' The Stat department of la i ha .re ceived comparatively few. eouopUnt ot. detention and'aelaure and th opinion prevails among offioials that th Ameri can not ha had it delrd ffact . A for th note whloh Great Britain sent in the case ot the American steamer Wilhelmlna bound for Germany,, with a cargo of foodstuff, now held . by the British prise courts, the Mate department will enter Into no further oorreepondenoe on th subject, a waiting ta has been the customary practice, the decision of the prize, court before making dtplomatlo representation. Th dtolsioa ot the court U expected, however, to be made within a reasonable length of time and If in the opinion of th State depart mnt there 1 a denial of Justlo of the American owner, a protest will be ear tared. . . , , SENATORS ARE TIRELESS H THOR LCTIYITIES (From a BUff Correspondent) LINCOLN. Feb. Kpeoisi)-Jolonel Augustus Bescboner, head bookkeeper of the senate; figure that the !hki ha passed forty-stx bill, killed forty-el. ha forty-two on third reading and forty-one on general file. Th enat ha reoehred from the house aeventy-aevon cui. oi which It ha passed two, killed two and sent to third reading two, Ther arc four teen on general file. n.,i Rnearftski irstem BELLD FOURCHB, Fb. -8pecll) Th Consolidated Power and Light company ha purchased th city lighting vstem of Btmarflsh, to annex to th y- tem. 'The purchase was mad from the HomUtak company, Whloh ha been gup- nlvli BpeirfUlt. It I stated that the sal "Ha made beoau th Horns tak l,a need of all 111 electricity generated by 1U Bpearflsh canyon plant Th Con solidated line front tbetr pewr piani at Radwater Das through th dg of Bpear- TM paieasant 1 all' over the place fish, so it will not be a difficult matter with , their , fusa,' was .th reply. Many villager," add the rector, "confirm hi statement as to th excltad condition of tne tirds." Th London Time. Invcutlga'tlng th maUcr, Tiritl that pheasant elsewhere along th coast hav diitfl&yed: the same uneasiness during naval engagement. Their sentltlv organism; catche th faintest distant tramor when lh human ear is not disturbed. Be Want Ada Produce Resu.lt. to transfer that olty' lighting system from on company to the other. I Investors with money read the Real Krtate ads in, The Bee. Advertise yonr properjy for a Rule sale. ' ' DepKrtmeet Order. WASntNOTON. Feh. . (Special Tel srtun.) Frank 'M. ronton of Alliaacev Neh., ha been appointed a laboratory aid in the Ar1oultunti department Tlie iKietoffioe at Taholati, Chehall counts', Wyoming, ha been discontinued; mail to AUautto City. DLTH BLOCKS HIS A".SITI V4 Mam Wfce WnUl tar te l,v a t'eetary FeUe Sbert Twe Tear. After dieting and following a regular routine of dully exercise for twenty ywi In an effort to live to be K year old. Danla gulllvnu of l'.lughamton. N. Y died at th age of U ii'i as th ' Twenty years aeo Mr. Bulllvan during a diuUm with a ply of friends x- rreta tlie belief that by fulluwitig daUy st routine in eating and living any person could live to be a centena rlun. They laiiKhed at hiio. He said he would prove it. lie immediately dl continued tte ue of totnuco or lntoxU cants In auy form and biean eating t.oU.it.C but the JiliilnCEt of fooflu. lte wiilkid at least tour inllt-s daily, and was la tlie ouuiuor air at least five hour out of every twenty-four, no mat ter what the weuther. A vlt aro !v- was In ht umial gd r.lrtts and hral'.a, tind ate hi uamiU dinner. He went to his reora and his aaucitier nra"j a lan. nio sitgnu mm Sying on t floor wiiere he fallen atur trli-itug ou a rug. lie had burst a t i"1 vcnr1. This, with Ms'oM age, cauid Mm death. New York Herald. tit; 7 w DEATH RECORD. . It. II. Wrstwurik, JTA?T!N;S. Nih., Feb. iPreial Ttlesram. - D. 11. Wenlworth. Suoer vtryr at In,:!, si.lrt, fornu r county urr l(lr. n;'t a i-lneer aett'.fr here, Ui,v1 t' W innrtitn? Kjincral eeriee will t J..-1 1 Mi.nluy. It' was Mr. Wentwoith's l.i-r'. tf it-!'ii'Ud l i i' ry that i nuiol a.i !i. if! t; Jti n of the letting of brlilg irtm 'n l.rtv .'!: ear ago. v'lil. Neb., Feb. SO. ri , , :u ,.f tne fine.t sainplct It. 1 i. v: i r:.,l '(-"V r i t h.k Iiimc u!'. r J In the ArK n t , o i.. i.i w j tl.ruuiih this city c.. r i. i ..f'M'tfloi, n route to tn I'an I i I.- 1 i: l.iiitit :.ml capiwlltuo, wl.i it , i..-J In ii Fran- ico today. AH T3 Said . " ' ' "A penny saved is a penny earned" With tho prlco of beef and wheat soaring higher and high er, tho problem of economic living ia causing many house wives to consider food values in planning meals. For years many have known, and othcH aro now finding out, the true economy in Tr '."H 03H ;r v. .i r ran mm . - u TN. . a '' i OMY OM: I.kiiM" ttl I INK." S-t - t the t,' u'l fur full name, a.it!ve 1 ri'in'i Cu.i.ii.r. 1'i.k fur ,atia . e ,-f K. V. liule. t'oi.a to:i 1 CCS This food, the true meat of rheat and barley full of Nature's richest " nourish ment, builds nerve ar.d muscle, bone and brain, in a way that has thoroughly com mended it the world over. A package of Grape-Nuts fully cooked, ready to 6erve, and sealed in its weather-proof and germ-proof wrapping can ba had from any gTocer. No ris ia pricl Grape-Nats, served with milk, cream or fruit, gives satisfaction, Bustaining food V value, true economy, and proves itself a family friend. "The a Lleacon" for Grane-Nuts THOMPSON. BHUDM S CO.' i n i i v i ia .K.L A a " The New Wash Goods For Spring Arc Ready Fresh, spring-liko materials are arriving daily. They seem daint ier than any previous season. Printed snowilake voiles and embroidered voiles and organdies are fabrics of unusual beauty. Special showing Monday. Dress Goods Section Main Floor oK- n New Tub Crepes tVnd Silks of Unusual, Beauty 85c to $2 a Yard These beautiful silks fill a hundred uses shirtwaists, ' dainty gowns, men's shirts, eto. AU in all, there U hardly a more useful silk to be found and certainly nothing lovelier. , . Repeated tubbing will not , injure the color. White Goods . Specials SOo White Checked Dimity, Monday . . 4 25o a yard '. 50o White Checked Dimity, Monday . . 35c a yard 25o White Persian Lawn, ' Monday . .19oayard! S5o White Persian Lawn, . Monday . . ' . 25c a yard 50c White, Persian Lawn, Monday . . 35c a yard ', $2.50 Canton Crepe ,de Chine Half Price Monday $1.25 a Yard One of this season's most ' beautiful fabrics In all the .leading colors in dainty figured effect. Special show ing, of these goods Monday. Spring Exposition of Authentic Fashions Combining Style With Moderate Price Suits Coats ( Dresses Skirts j Mr. NicolL to whom years of experience both abroad and in America have given a wonderful insight into the ways of Dame Fashion, is again spending the season in New York as our representa tive. He is in close touch with the foremost American designers, and in a position also to watch Parisian models, He is, because of his wide acquaintance and because he is on the ground, able to take advantage of any price con cessions. As a result, we present a remarkable showing of exclusive apparel at prices most moderate. Suits, $19.50 to $75.00 Coats, $18.50 to $45.00 , Silk Dresses, $16.75 to $95.00 Skirts, $6.50 to $22.50 No Extra Chargo for Alteration. , . n a position f- closely the i A Remarkable Sale of Dfapiery Cretonnes Monday I 25c QaaKty lSc 20c Quality 12c These Are Real Bargains and Better Still the Assortment is Large These cretonnes are of ar-. tiktio patterns-' charming color combinations, and ex cellent quality: , " All at smaU cost Monday. ., Quaiat Cliinta ffoct, gorgeous roccs. pttmed crotonncs, etc., In softly blended shade nltabl fop dainty bedroomg lattice or floral patterns for orf, porch cushion, utility boxeev cozy cor iter, overhanglnfta of a.11 kinds, aso doMB ef cthn na.fnl thin- Moeuarjr to max beaatUtU bome. Better Qualities also- Re duced. 35c Quality . . ' . 25o 45c and 50c Quality . 35c 60c and 65c Quality . 50o Investigate Monday You Have Never Defore Seen Such Values '' BASE!rEXTlR APERY SECTION. OtTTHKRW RESORTS. EAST COAST- Warm and Sunny Averax Tempera tatre 70 ; , . Imrt that tnrtHnT WTL jtwt enme a4 ' Sgor H U rtri(te tut Ceest, , . t 'TCNNI en- QOLF - . MIPIN-a m.m SAtltNtl ' f- cunr itATHiNa, c.-' ! luJplecaa. WHKR TO STAT : . efc. Aevaaiiaei i . Feooe U L n and Aicaaar, ArasKl-H-tt-!aJttul Hotol (inMrA . V'hI m t.ar h , Irasn and Kuyai Foinelaiia Miami i r'aim. Kasna, IiImwi Inff Hey I Aa Idoai bshu am, rairwav Cub Via Iwial a4 P. O. S.aOa (LOMUA lAltf lual Wttk Arm. .Mew Tor MA St. Au mm !., t'Kt usiiua. tie. 1COTSLS. "A lletel Where CueaU are limA . ta Feel at Iknao' Not too large, yet larje enough to afford the '. maximum of vilue at minimum' expense. Exceptional! Accettlila SSi ftmwHtrutt iUsasaraat Caerge SiAgl Keeats eiik K.k.Lhj V.mt il .Otf i swaay " 6uvl Keeat tik Tuk ar S. ml &Q i ll t pr eay Decbi keeou nk kunnirt toaiw i w ta H.Li pa ear DeUe Keoau " TaS ar &bw 0 10 i.b0 w a.r EDWARD C. FOGG, Mmmmmun CirnM 98gopdis;Irag: em tus psnectioa matU pretty close- Diamond Squeegeo Tread Tires rolled a wonderful secure in 1914 nothing like it in the whole history of. ixrerecorus . . ff,. "Canal Dorar, Ohio, Dec 1, 1914 "I find that less than li fl of the nrc which I hav parcbaaed th paaf ceaaoxt have been Mnt In for adjuaunent. , Thl I nidr m reroarijible record and on that I hav never sees eqoal'.ed by eny other mak of tire. Th Diamond Tire end partic ulaily th Sijneegxe Tieed ere without question, th most aiis!actory tire in my opinion that . hav ever been placed on th market. . , "MAUR1CB C TOOMEY." We : expect just as . good returns this year afid the price is honest and low, not padded. - . la Uitleei te the) extraordinary mmI freedom frecai trewLI that you (et in CHasMAdV So;eHMee Xm4 Tires, you can now buy them at the following " FAIR-LIST " PRICES: 'S A t 111 -ill fequeegee m Biuett 33aS f .4S 34 at 4 $2035 SO x 3(4 120 3m45 . XS.70 S2 x i)i 14.00 37x8 33.00 33 x 4 20.00 33xEl4 43.00 -J -J " """ PAY NO MCIt ilir HJSI I Bcc Want Ada.