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HOUSE TORUS DOWN
THE TAYLOR PLAN
Decides It Doei Not Want to Force
: Itemiied Accounts from Uni- '
- - Tenity Regents-
lOETY-ONE TO FIFTY-OITE
(From Flaff Correspondent.)
UNCOIJ. Neb.. Fro. W.-tPperial Tele
gram.) Ky a nt ' l to M. the house
this morning refus.-d " support Repre
sentative Taylor In his request that the
university committor be liven Instruc
tion mi to Homliing appropriation 'or
the university's activities.
Barrett end lluward wcr the only
Douglas county members supporting
Taylor- The vote on the proposition Isat
Week was 25 for to 58 saalnst. Taylor
then tendered his resignation a hair
man ana rrmhfr of the committee. No
action was tsken on the resignntlon.
The vote on the matter of reronshlera
tlon of the Nlchola motion wss s fol
lows: For reooneldcretlun:
Anderson of Boyd, Neff.
I'hamlwn, Thurston, Patterson.
Brmrnn, ' Meredith.
Chamber. Douglas, Mockett
Hrvnnlds, lied Wlllo
HeynoM of, Lincoln,
Mr. Speaker M.
r.i Xiida Pat.
When the house convened this after
noon a resolution waa sent up to the
clerk s desk signed by Hoffmelster. Tries.
Anderson of Boyd. Mockett and N'lchols,
calling upon Taylor to recall his resigna
tion from the committee to Investigate
the expenditure of funds of the university
and normal schools. Three of the com
mittee, Hoffmelster. Mockett and Nichols,
had opposed Taylor In bis request to the
Mr. Taylor briefly, stated after the res
olution was read that he would like the
Introducer, evidently meaning those who
had opaosed , him, to ' harmonise them
selves with their votes In the morning.
The resolution wee adopted unan
imously, but, while saying nothing pub
licly, It is said that Mr. Taylor says he
will stand- on his action taken this mom
Ing when he. handed ta his resignation.
It Is though he 4s!res to be In a position
to flgh,tthe matter asfclnVwha It comes
up for consideration and that he can bet.
ter dq' so off the, committee.
TAYLOR CALLS CAUCUS
r FOR PLATFORM PLEDGES
x (From ft Staff Correspondent)
MNCOI.N, Feb. U 8pclal.A caucus
of democratic house members has bean
called by 'Chairman ,W. J. . Taylor for
Thursday evening at the I.tndell notel,
to take action on bills for the election
of supremo Judges by districts, and other
measures Involving platform pledges.
'(From s Ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 24 Pperlal.)-The mo
tlon of rVnator Qulnhy of Douglas, yes
terday afternoon, for a commute to In
vestigate the action of certain gentlemen
who were lobbying around the senate In
the Interest of 8. F. . the Omaha Water
Board bill for elrctrlo lighting, brought
from Senator Hobcrtson of Holt a reao
lutinn this morning which ho Kent up
and had read, which srouaed the Ire of
Mr (Julnby, who pronounced the resolu
tion an "Insult" to the acnete The
resolution was as follows:
Whereas. rrat far has been expressed
by a icitaln memler of this senate that
Its members may he contaminated, cor
rupted, (llsgraceii. dishonored, ilebased,
debauched, defiled, bewitched and be.
damned by a pernicious and Insidious
lobby going about through the dark cor
ridors of this state house seeking whom
It may devour, and naming certain In
dividual of more or less prominence, aald
to he working for or against Senate
File , and
Whereas. It Is not the belief of thla
body that such danger exists and that
the senator Is In no danger, ail he ap
pear to fee, but In order that the co
stor may be relieved of all anxiety and
perhaps sleepless nights and weary vigil,
therefor be It
Resolved, That a committee be ap
pointed to Investigate nnd report to thla
body not later than the last day of the
117 se salon as to the truo facta In the
case, so that the dignity and honor of
thla body may be protected and the good
name, of its members be preserved."
MAY REMOVE BUILDINGS .
FROM MORTGAGED LAND
(From a fllaff Co-respondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 24.-8peclal.)-The
senate cam to the rescue of "the. poor
farmer," this morning snd killed Dodge's
bill, B. F. 1K3, which makes It a mis
demeanor to remove buildings from
The senator from Douglaa said the bill
had been given him by a loan company.
Kleche.l, 'Crane and others Immediately
were against It.
. Grace argued that the loan companle'e
had been successful for thirty years and
that they should not be given any fur
ther edge on borrowers. He thought the
bill might be used as an Instrumentality
Friends of the bill pointed out that
It only made Illegal an act that under
moat circumstances was dishonest. An
amendment was proposed making the
bills effective only as to cities. The bill
lost by a vote of fourteen against to
Heeoaamendrd , f or Pasaaar by Ira
ate C'asaaatrtee of TV bole.
8. P. UsX Dodge of touglas Does away
with the necessity of probating foreign
Reported lor Phi saeaaat by Bea
st raaslte f Wash,
8. F. 17, Dodge of Douglaa Provides
for redisricting of Douglaa county by
the election commissioner, so as to give
rural districts representation in the legis
lature. 8. F. W, Dodge of Douglaa Makea it
a mlademeanor to remove) buildings front
. r". lit, feamdall of York-Abolishes of
f!c of county coroner.
. P. Us. 8andall at Terk-ovlda for
performances of coroner's duties ' by
sheriff. Companion bill to & F. lii.
Bills PaiMl y Beaate.
J. K. 46, Lahners of Thayer Penalises
deiaoament . ot roail signs. . Ayes, 13,
S. F. n. Howell of Douglas Makes
salary of chief of Omaha fie Depart
ment, K.00O; first awustant. M.'KW; sec
ond assistant. HSU). Ayes, SI, nays. none.
. K. 110, Roden of Knox Maks writ,
ten notice necessary In order t hold
saloonkeeper for damages for sale ot
liquor. Ayr, is; nays, 14. ,
8. F. T4, t-pem-er of Oaite Ralsea salary
of stenographers and clerks of the su
prema court from 11,000 to tl.300. Ayes,
31; nays, 1,
P. F. 66, Brookley of Clay Ralsea the
fee for nosv-resldent pupils In high schools
from 7S cents to tl a woek. Ayes, 23;
e. F. 1. Gates of Barpy PVrmlti net
ting of .rtia acavengur flab. Ayes, U.
. F. IH. Dodge of Doua-lasProvidea
for a city planning rommisalon for
Oriiaha, ttie luit to serve without pay.
Ayes. Zil; nay. 4.
8. F. randall of Tork-Rxtenda
forgery alatute to rover false aignatures
tu tarloos dorumenta. Including letters
written ltn Intent to defraud or with In
tent to aiegra". any person. Ayes, ,
bays, none. -
It. R. 1" Oormley of Kearney County
all to fairs shall be applied first to pay
meat of premiums. Ayes, 9); nays, 1.
, Bills fsurs by b lleaae.
R. 11. 240, Helaner OiveM counties the
right to purchaite as much as forty acres
In a school laud section for the purposo
ui noiauig iirs. Aee, is; nsys. none,
H. K. It. tYtes Makes It a felony,
with penalty of tiuO u 1.000 fine or aix
mouths to live, years m the penitentiary,
to soil moat from the carvasaea ol
lieassd animals. Ayes 77; nays. 1.
H. K. l!.t, Htems Permits Irrigation
dmtrtcts to contract with the federal
government lor use or watrr, sal or
nurchaa of reservoirs and caaala, Ayes,
U. nsys. S.
H. it. 23, by Van Deusen-Oives cltU-e
and vlllasrs the ristit to levy spoclal
aain:ta tor piling roads. Ayes, si;
11. R. 2T. by I toe y Km powers rjtiea
of i.ouu to ZHf Population to levy aaaosa
ment fur curbing snd guttering In con
He. i to a with rertirnt. Ayes, W. nays, S.
11. K. VI. by Truiuhlfr Provides thit
tax for Iree liiith -iil tuition aiiall be
collected by th county treasurer and
CkM over by him to ins dlatrv-t. Ayes.
W; nsya. 21.
H. K. :U by Hoffmelster end Btearns
Puts xiei.M of paving watrr rotunds
thMutrs for trrlsatua territory upon the
uti. ani reiievs tounues of It.
WRITTEN NOTICE TO PRECEDE
CERTAIN DAMAGE SUITS
(From a Stall Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Fob. J4.-(Bpeclal.) Any ru
ination suit ait Inst a saloon keeper must
In the future be preceded by a wrltf.l
notice to him warning him not to sell
liquor to the subject of the suit, according
to 8. F. No. 110, by Ruden of Knox, which
passed the senate on third reading this
The lineup on the wet and dry Issue was
about the same as that on previous bills
In which that Issue was Involved. The
vote was 'wet" 'by II to 14. The vote
was as follows:
Arts Bedford. Brookley. Buhrmsn.
Gates, (trace, Henry, liowell. . Kohl,
lvrumbu"h, . IJihnors. Mattes, Ruden,
baunriere. 8pencer, fplrk, Weesner.i Wil
son of Iodge and Wink.
Nays Ileal Huehee, Bygland,- tkodge,
Ponthett. Hoacland. KlecheL Marshall.
Qulnhy, IHIer, Hobertson, Randall, Shum-
way ana w neon or uodge.
' , FAVORS ELECTION BILL
i (From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 21-Special Tel
egram.) H.t R. 4Ml introduced by the
Douglas county delegation In the house.
wss reported out for passage by the
house committee on privileges. The bill
makes the sending of money for election
purposes more - difficult aad provides
stringent methods for the accounting of
the same. It exempts from expense ac
counts ot candidates postage, stationery
and circulars to be placed In letters and
Ir many ways changes to some extent
the corrupt practices act and makes it
Harloy O.! Moorhssd, election commis
sioner of Douglas county, appeared be
fore the committee and explained the
main features ot the bill.
HOWARD ISJURNED DOWN
Labor Committee Votci Against Two
Bills the Chairman In
troduces. ONE FOR CASH ON PAY DAT
(From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 24 (Special )-Three
more hllla went to Mic discard In the
house to lay on reports from stnndlng
committees recommend!ng that they be
Indefinitely postponed. These bills
H. R. 4fi2-Reo.iilrlng i-mployes lo psy
wages In cash.
II. R. iVTT-Prohlbltlng the use of srmed
goards for private poroerty.
H. R. R7J-Provldln for a state county
bounty ng 10 rents per head on rrows.
The first two of three were laid on
the shelf by the committee on labor.
Poth of them were introduced by the
rhslrmsn of that committee, Jerry How
ard of South Omaha. Howard made an
unavailing effort to rescue his wage bill
and put It on the general ffle.
The finance clmmlttee brought In a
favorable report on H. R. 7W, the bill
Introduced at Oovernor Moreheal'a re
quest, appropriating 12.000 for the railway
commission to us in collecting and
presenting evidence to oppose the Increase
of rates aaked for by Interstate railroads.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. S4.-(apeclal.)-8enator
Lahners ot Thayer rose from his seat
in the senate th's morning and movsil
a recess of two minutes that he might
pass the cigars around, the same being
to celebrate the annlverssry of his wrn-ty-flfth
year In Nebraska.
Called upon for remarks, the member
from Thayer told of the manner of his
coming; how his prospective father-in-law
objected greatly to his daughter
leaving for the wild west, and how he
dared not breathe "Nebraska" until after
th marriage. At the .time be came, ha
remarked, little did he think that ho
would finally find himself In the senate.
Senator Hoagland of Lancaster took
occasion to remark, that under the cir
cumstances the gentleman of Thayer
should Instead have gone to the peni
tentiary for obtaining a wife under false
Of Evelyn Rescued
When His Ship Lost
WASHINGTON. Feb. M.-Offlclal ad
vices today seemed to throw some doubt
on whether Captain Smith of the Ameri
can steamer Evelyn, sunk In the North
Hea, by a mine, was among the saved.
Ambassador Page at London- forwarded
thla report from the American consul at
"American steamer Evelyn ran on two
mines February 19. n?ar Bsle Borkum.
flsnk seven hours later. Captain Smith,
thirteen man and Dutch pilot in one
beat; First Officer Hwanson and thir
teen men In another. First boat said
to havs been rescued at 10 a. m., Sun
day, but present whereabouts unknown.
Ijitter boat picked up by German scout
ship March 4, Saturday afternoon and
taken to Helgoland- Thirty men brought
to Bremerhaven and 'put Into sailors'
home. Sanplah Htoker, Hans Ilado,' f rosen
and burled at sea, appears to be only
dead. Other survivors expected tomor
row. Those In Bremerhaven out of
The government war risk bureau, which
Insured the hulls and cc.rgo of the Evelyn
and.Caiib, plans to reduoe some of Its
losses by salvaging their cotton if possible.
i Confesses Murder;
Gets Life Sentence
Rl'f HVILLK. Neb., Feb. 24.-Earl Hut
ton, arrested upon suspicion of having
murdered Mrs. Heuben Sanderson. Feb
ruary 14, yesterday made a full confes
sion of his crime to the county attorney
and sheriff. Today he was brought Into
court and pleaded gullay to murder, In the
second degree and was given a life sen
tcnea In the penitentiary by Judge West
over. The evidence against Sutton wss purely
circumstantial and had he not confessed
his guilt It is questionable whether he
could have been convicted.
Talks to Lawmakers
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. U 8peclal.)-Bcfore
a Joint session of the legislature thai aft
ernoon, Madame Schwimmer, Hungarian
advocate of world peace, spoke for an
hour on the propoaltlon ot the European
war and Its solution.
A large audlenoe greeted the speaker.
many women being present and at Its
close Senator Qulnby aaked that the
members of the legislature Join In a peti
tion to President Wilson asking him to
call the nation of Europe together for
Madame Schwimmer spoke also In favor
of woman suffrage as one ot the th'lngs
needed to bring about a better condition
all aver the world and closed. with a de
mand that America take steps to force
tha European countries to form a Feder
ated States of Europe. ; . .
Three British Fliers
LONDON, Feb. 24. -Three aviators who
participated in a raid against German
positions In Belgium are missing. This
statement was Issued tonight by the of
ficial Information bureau.
The secretary of the Admiralty regrets
to announce that in the recent naval air
attacks on the Ostend, Zeebrugge and
Bruges districts, four flying officers were
reported missing. One of these, Flight
Lieutenant Dt Murray, since has reported
himself from Flushing. Lieutenant Mur
ray was compelled to alight on the open
sea, and eventually was picked up by a
Dutch torpedo boat,
"The three other officers reported miss
ing are: Flight Lieutenant F. G. Kigali,
flight Lieutenant Theon D. O'Brien and
flight substitute. Lieutenant T. Spencer.
It Is regretted that no fin-tber news of
them has been obtained.
During Snow Storm
ALBF.RT LEA. Minn., Feb. 24. In a
blinding snow storm, a Chicago, Mil
waukee A" St Paul passenger train crash
ed head-on Into a freight train thre
milea weet of here last night, injuries
seven passengers. One of the injured
Kngtneer Jones of Austin. Minn., the onl
one of the crew who did not Jump t
safety, probably will die.
A going buslnee en re swrd qulckl)
through The Beo'e "Business Chances. "
Crew of Steamer
Carib ReporM Safe
BERLIN, Feb. 24.-Vla London.) A
dispatch received In Berlin from the
American vice consul at Bremerhaven
declares that all ot the members of the
crew of the American steamer Carlb,
reported yesterday as having sunk in
the North Sea, have been saved. It Is!
understood, the vice consul said, that the
Carlb struck a mine in the bight of
Helgoland the afternoon of February 22.
Bee Want Ada Produce Results.
KUfctlnsrale Shaft (ravelled.
IJNDON, Feb. J4.-A statue of Flor
ence Nightingale was unveiled here to
day. It Is the first instance a statue of
a woman aside from royalty has been
erected publicly in Iondon. On account
of the war there were no ceremonies.
BILL KLLE0 IN SENATE
. . - ?
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Feb. K.-Speclal.)-The sen
ate committee of the whole this morning
killed Dodge's bill, 8. F. IT, providing for
redtstiicttng Douglaa county into repre
sentative and senatorial districts so as
to give the rural portion representation.
Dodge himself suggested that tha bill
be killed, saying that he had been In
formed It waa unconstitutional. The con
stitution provides that only the legisla
ture may reotstrlrt. and then only at cer
The Dodge bill railed for tha redlstrtet-
ing to be done by the Douglas county
election commlaaloaer. Rome argued that
the bill might be recommitted and the re-
dlstrlctlng done by tha senate. Tby were
in tno minority, however
IRRIGATION COMMITTEE '
TO DISCUSS WATER POWER
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. M.(Rpeclal.) Chair
man Tlbbets of tbo house committee bn
Irrigation, water power and drainage, has
called a public hearing to be held In
tha capital at 4 SO Thursday afternoon
on tha general subject of water power
legislation. The committee extends an
open Invitation to anyone, who may be
Interested on the subject, to be present
and give his Views.
Two different plans have been In con
templation by the committee. One Is to
appropriate 115,000 for a complete sur
vey ot uve principal water power re
sources of Nebraska during the next
two years, and In tha meantime to de
clare . a cloaed season on all tilings by
private Interests until tha next legisla
Tha other plan Is to throw open the
fkeld to development by public agencies.
according to the dlstriot Idea, and also
permitting; private projeote to be car
ried out under certain restrictions, sub
Ject to state control and ultimate rever
sion to the state. '
RAILROAD HAS NO DEBTS,
IS SEVENTY MILES LONG
CHICAGO. Feb. 24.-A railrad which is
Independent of the stock market and
which had any debts figured In a discus
sion of railway economics at today's ses
sion of the board of arbitration In the
western railway wage case. It was the
Missouri Southern, seventy miles long,
between Bunker and Leeper, oM.
Treasurer Bays Boada.
LINCOLN. Fb. 24.- (Special.) -State
Treasurer Hall has purchased $19,862. g
worth of the bonde of drainage district
No. 1 of Johnson county: also 15.500 worth
of the water bonds of the village of
Oet competent tielD thrmnh Th n
Estate ads in The Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick sale.
in apixnnting the Peters
Trust Company as your
Executor, for then you
have the most positive
assurance of safety aii1
the proper administra
tion of your estate.
We act according to
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LIVE STOCK PRODUCERS
SEEK NEW LEGISLATION
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Feb, M. - ( Special. V-Na-braska
senators and Representatives In
congress were asked by the lower house
ot the legislature Wednesday afternoon
to support remedial legislation for pro
ducers of live stock. This was done by
adopting a resolution which Vkf. Mstteson
A number or petitions have been re
ceived calling attention ta the high price
of packing house products, as against a
recent decline In. prices paid at markets
for cattle and huge. A federal commis
sion to regulate the packers la tha means
of relief proposed-
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOI-N, Feb. K-Seclal.)-The re
port of the rules commit tea of the senate
that 8. F. No. at was legally "reconsid
ered" after It bad been voted down once
on third reading waa adopted on motion
of Senator Howell this morning.
8. F. No. at Is the antl -discrimination
Insurance rate bill Before the report was
adopted Uallery ot Box Butte withdrew
his protest agamst the reconsideration of
tha bUL He admitted that under the
rules as they then were a majority could
CLUB SECRETARIES ARE
WARNED AGAINST ACTION
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Feb. it. (Special) Com
mercial club secretaries throughout tha
state have been warned against taking
any stand on the proposed western rate
advances at tbe present time in a letter
that A. W. Connors of Grand island,
president of the Becretarls association.
Is sending out
Tbe warning follows tha one Issued ly
the State Railway commission yesterday
In which that body Informed the public
that ona William Hlrth, who It supposed
to be president of a Missouri organisation
of commercial clubs, la seeking resolu
tions from commercial clubs In this state,
favoring tha proposed rata advances.
Mr. Hirth Is at present said to be so
liciting speaking dates before various
commercial clubs. He speaks March 4 in
Lincoln. He aaked tha Bcatiice club
recently to adopt his resolution, but no
action has yet been taken by the latUr
iHojv-'About' Over - Draperies?
This is the Final Clearance of All Short Pieces and
Patterns left from oar January and February Sales
Yd. 25c, 59c and 95c
A surprisingly fine looking lot, too, at Buch prices. We
hung them up after marking these quick-action prices
ana tuey looked so good that we were tempted to be-
ll'PllMnS murps silk poplins, imported madras,
siik ana wool tapestry, Arris cloth and
others of this character. Many of them
are short lengths, in some cases suffi
cient for pairs of portieres and over
draperies. A few are in considerable)
quantity. They represent goods of
this character not sold out in our
rewmt sales and ajl in our stocks that
we think should make room for others.
The Prices are Only Fraction of Their Value
About 40 patterns, including goods that sold
as. high as $4.60 and others that were) fl.SS,
i uai aji'sfosaaVIJl
A big assortment at this price, mostly goods
that were $1.(0 to $1.75, some aa high as
$2.(0 and a few no more than $1.15, all at. .
Not a great many at this price, and all short
lengths, but If you can use them, big bar
gains from $1.65 to $2.65, now at
A number of hand-tooled leather table pads, $1.5o
to 93.05 was the price; your choice now 50
One $T.80 silk tapestry table cover $3.50,
vetour laoie cover mat waa. aid. uv tor;
If yoa suffer from Rheumatism or
Lumbago, rub the aching part with
Omega Oil, then soak a piece of flan
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that hurts and cover with dry flanneL
This simple treatment has brought
nights of peaceful rest to people who
have suffered agonies. Trial bottle loc
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Women knowing that a hat Is from Thomp
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styles in black and
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sy, others more con
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CASHMERE, CREPE, BA
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SILK LINED COATS
Hand embroidered cash
mere and crepe, yoke or
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CAPES Lined with
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