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DEFINITE PLAN FOR
WATER POWER BILLS
One Measure on File Permits Devel
opment of Energy by Counties
OTHER PUSHES CONSTRUCTION
I From a Staff tVrresnondent.l
LINCOLN, March 7. (Special.! Water
pnn-nr b'Rlblatl.m. which has io far been
held In the background at this session,
now shown nnni" rrosnect of taking: shape
under a comprehensive plan. Thre bills
dealtim with this subject were reported
out for the (tenors! file today by the
house romml(( on Irrtwtlon. water
power and dralnape. One other Mil la In
preparation and will be brought out
within the next day or so
Action f Commltlff,
The committee, of which Mr. Tlbbets
Is chairman, has Indefinitely postponed
J I. H. 3io, provldtn for a closed season
if two veara or until April 1. 1937. on all
now water power filings. The object of
this bill was to preserve valuable power
t-ites from private exploitation pending
h survey of all the principal project in
Nebraska to determine their feasibility
and probable cost. Tho committee, how
ever, decided that this might retard de
velopment. Ono of the bills reported out for pas
su go is H. R, 33. authorizing the forma
tion of water power districts1 by counties
and cities acting singly or all together and
tlio development of hydr.-electrlc energy
under public ownership, the current to be
sold at wholesale rates to municipalities
and groups of consumers and at retail
t ordinary siral'. consumers.
Water Power Surrey.
The committee also recommended for
passage II. It. H74. which makes an ap
, propriatlon of $I0.'00 for a water power
survey during the next two years under
supervision of the State Irrigation
i i inl and the conservation commission.
Assurances have been received that the
l'nlted States rrolamatlon bureau will
csfiist In this work and will Fpend an j
amount of money upon it equal to that
furnished by the state.
II. It. 59::, requiring water power rora-
rmnles to nivc bond for the connructlon of the German Lutheran church In Nc
i r their plants within a specified time, ! Ugh township. Is dead at the home of her
is the third bill reported out by the com-1 son, at the ago of W years. She was a
niitle. Tim provision for an annual tax I native of Germany. She leaves five chll
m the srops earnings has been cut out. Idren. thirty-six grandchildren and elght
Another bill, 11. ft. 475, placing a time ! een great-grandchildren.
limit on all grants of water power ! -
privileges to private corporations and ncoln County Will Hare Fair,
carrying miscellaneous other restrictions, NORTH PLATTE, Neb., March 7.-(Spa-is
being put in shape by the committee, clal)-Th Lincoln county fair will open
to bo brought, out and considered along Aug,,,,t 30 and wl11 tour days. Aftcr
wilh the other measures of the series. jward an exhibit of products will be taken
Mother Wins Court,
Fight for Her Boy
'From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 7. (Special Tele
KUHii.) After a fight ill district court here
lastln more than a week, Mrs. Nora
OnnU of SIjun city secured possession
ill' l 1,,,.- I outnx Tnln. In. - fmfl.. I
tniirriage. .Ii.dt'c Stewart, at the close of
the case ;t midnight, decided that she
1 n.l th. ri;;hl to the elii'd.
TJir hov had boon living with the 'par
rut hi l Iff lather In t'lis city and Mra.
Cunts cgfi:i hiihe.ts o rpus proceedings
t Kitln !iiisi M hi. Mrs. Gantz left this
al tci noun lor ,-iovx City with the boy.
MOTHERS' PENSION BILL
- IS PASSED IN HOUSE
(From a StuTf Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March G. -(Special.) These
bills were passed In the house today:
II. It. .leai y -KxoinptN property of
Grand Army of the Republic posts from
II. II th'. Lancaster Delegation Gives
Lincoln wily cou'iiiissionors authority to
order pavir.i: of North Tenth "treel to the
viacliioi, on pclllirm of : per "ett of
H. It. ."2ti Hunter Provides penalty for
malicious destr m-tinn of telephone or
teb prjiph pi oi'ort .
S. F. K'. Heal- Mothers' tension bill, $10
per inontu lor each dependent child.
SYSTEM MAY CONTINUE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
1 INCOI.N. Manh 7. (Special.) An
other liquor bill was passed over the
transom by the lower branch of the legis
lature Saturday. It was house roll No
117, by llsn k, providing that no damage
suit against s saloon keeper could be filed
In Hny county except the one where the
defendant resides or where the cause of
damage arose. The Judiciary committee
reported In favor of Indefinitely postpon
ing the bill nnd the report was adopted.
PERU MEN FINED FOR
SELLING msF'Sn MEAT
.'From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 7. (Siw i'-l. .loseph
Koler and John Mayer of Peru, Neb.,
were fined by the county Judge of Ne
maha county at Peru on Thursday for
telling diseased meat.
Investors with money
Kstate ads in The Bee.
property for a quick eale.
read the Real
Certificates to Firemen.
LINCOLN, March 7 (Special.) The
penate committee of the whole thla morn
ing recommended for passage II. R. 63,
which provides for the Issuance of cer
tificates to volunteer firemen, exempting
Ibem after five years service from Jury
duty, militia duty in times of peace
and poll taxes.
Remember those ar
ticles that you want
to clean for spring
ithe wonderful new
A surprised and delighted user 'phond
"SPOMTOn la absolutely the great
est cleaner for Garments, Qlovea. Lacea.
etc.. that I ever heard of. read of, or
tised. Yesterday I cleaned, beautifully,
some silks, gloves, laces, and other
wearing apparel, that 1 had despaired
of ever being able to get cleaned. Send
me half a dozen boxes."
SPOT A TON K does not sffect colors
nor injure the finest fabrics. He mi 2c
TOI'AY for a box. The results will sui
pi i.-e and delight you. too, and save you
CEaTTKAI, CHZsCXCAI, COftCPAaTY
Tlspt. 4b. OmaHa. Jfltt.
Cass County Man
Home from Germany
WE En Nil WATKH, Neb.. March ".
(Special. Jacoh Poiningo. who returned
a few days ago from Alsen, Oermany,
where ho had been visiting for nine
months, has some Interesting things to
tell of conditions In the war countries.
The vicinity that we was in, was near
the border line between Ocrmany and
Denmark and was not directly in the
war sone; though the effects of the war
were keenly felt even tlieie. In passing
through the country, on a railroad train,
a war so near, wer it not for the sol
diers seen everywhere. It seems that
one would scarcely realise that there was
everyone is a soldier. Many of those
seen are wounded and the hospitals even
In that part of tho land are crowded
with the wounded. As to economic, con
ditions, Mr. Domingo reports that the
farm work is being carried on to about
the same extent as usual, the boys and
old men doing the work, hut It is doubt
ful If the new irons will mature in time
to save the oountry from dire need. Many
varieties of grain and provisions are
very scarce now and prices exorbitant.
Rye, wheat and barelv all command &
price, of not leas than 12 a bushel, while
oats with which the animals are fed
mostly, would command almost any
price.' Mr. Domingo returned by way of
Denmark and he states that that coun
try has almost sold Itself poor, In sup
.otea from West Point.
WI3ST POINT, Neb.. March ". (Spe
clal.) Thomas H. Parks, one of the old
est settlers of this vicinity, died at the
Home for the Aged In this city. He was
over SO years of age and had been a resi
dent of Cuming and Dodge counties for
over fifty years . He was related by mar
riage to former Territorial Governor
Thomas B. Cuming. Mr. Parks leaves
The following persons have born
granted licenses to wed during the last
week: iouls Menke and Mies I.llle Alma
King, Rudolph fiathke and Miss Anna
Raabe; William F. fiuchoU and Miss
Gussle Altemelster, and to Herman
Kllchemann and Miss Augusta Tlctjen.
Mrs. Frederick Harms, the aged
mother of Itev. William Harms, pastor
ro xne state lair at Lincoln.
New fair grounds with buildings, all to
cost about $1,000, are contemplated by the
fair directors. The plan made recently
Is to buy a tract of ground, erect fair
buildings and prepare a first-class race
track for horse racing, a new icature.
Stock In tho enterprise will be sold to
cover the expense. All entries at the fair
I w ill bo free, but admission to the grounds
I will be charged to all not members of the
Neb.. March 7. (Special.)
Mrs. John Wittenberg was brought before-
the Board of Insanity and found to
be a fit subject for the hospital for the
Insane, and Sheriff Bortunek took her to
Congressman Dan Stephens has arv
pointed I. W. Killeen. President of the
First National bank, as chairman of the
primary election aoon to be held for the
purpose of electing a postmaster, last
filing to be made not later than March
County Cleric Ed F. Vrzak filed 143 In
struments in the first four days of March.
Ternmaeh Re.eteeta Teachers.
TECCMSEII. Neb., March 7.-(Special.)
-The Tecumseh Board of Education has
re-elected the present teaching force with
one exception, as follows: Superintend
ent, V. I Strickland; teachers. A. L.
Dewey. I C. Williams, the Misses Sarah
Canfleld. Frances Chatburn, Bertha
Wele, Madoline Stivers, Helen Jess.
Helen Wright, Ella Sandusky. Mamie
Hunt. Edith Steward, Mabel Chapln,
Myra Jump. Mabel Campbell, Ross Mon
fort. Nine of the teachers are to receive
a raise of 6 per month in salary for the
NORTH PLATTE, Ni.b March
ieonard was arraigned
county Judge Friday, on a
uttering a forged check,
guilty to tho charge and
.r i me aistnct court under a tl 000
bond for sentence. Leonard cashed a
check for H0 at a local clothing store,
claiming at the time that he was J. H.
AlcCoulonge, a former roommate, whose
bank book he displayed as Identification.
Leonard was arrested early in the week
ln Omaha and brought here for trial.
Knovratnrm Delays Wrddlnc.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 7.-(Kpeclal.)
The storm of Thursday caused the
marriage of George Bartlett of Bills
and Miss Ocle McClure of this city, to
Ka nAstr.Aa..J m
i"-'r"'"u iur a aay. The young
loupie were to have been married Thurs-
uy m.i ociock in this city, but be
cause of the storm they did not reach
Beatrice until Friday evening, where
they were married by Rev. B. F. Gaither.
They will make their home on a farm
Mae to Tabor Tied I p.
TABOR, Neb.. March 7 (Special.) Ta
bor has been without train service since
Thursday, March 4, when one trip was
mads with extreme difficulty, the noon
train not arriving till night and then
only the locomotive and baggage car, as
It was found expedient to leave the day
coach en routs. In the meantlm'e. Tabor
has one mall a day by the sled routs.
At oca Mil Iajareel.
AVOCA, Neb., March T.-(Speeial.)
Henry Wohlers. a fsrmer living two miles
southwest of town, suffered serious In
ternal injuries hers yesterday when his
team ran away, dragging him for some
distance. Mr. Wohlers is vice president
of the Bank of Avoca. He will recover.
How Mr. Davis t.at Rid of
"Borne time ago 1 had a very bad
cough," writes Lewi T. Davis, Black
water. Del. "My brother, McCabe DavU,
gavs me a small bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. After taking this I
bought halt a doxen bottle of it, but
only used one of them, as the eotjgli left
ine and 1 have not been troubled sine."
Ubtaiiable every w htie-Advertisement.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Live Stock Sanitary Board to Decide
Tomorrow on Lenpth of
ANTI-MERGERS WOULD PARLEY
.Whether the drastic quarantine against
the foot andmouth disease will be con
tinued Indefinitely In Nebraska or lifted
when the present order runs out on
March lrt will be settled today when
the State Live Stock Sanitary board
meets at Uncoln.
The present order has been on for a
month and a petition of S.000 names Is
said to have been presented to the gov
ernor asking that it be lifted. On the
other hand a petition asking that tho
quarantine be kept on Nebiaska for an
indefinite period, or until all possible
danger of the spread of the eplr.ootlc has
ceased has been circulated In the western
part of the state among the heavy stock
growers who are said to be backed by
large financial Institutions.
The meeting tomorrow will be a most
Important one, it is said, and the result
will largely depend upon the stand taken
by the Nebraska bankers and the large
western stock growers.
May lie t ninnriimlse
A proposition In the nature of a com -
promise will probably be otfere.l leaving
the whole matter to co-operative action
between the state sanitary boards of Ne
braska and Iowa.
Lieutenant Governor Harding of Iowa
and State Veterinarian J. I. Gibson of
Iowa will be present at the meeting in
Lincoln. State Veterinarian Gibson of
Iowa says there are eighty counties In
Iowa pronoi-nced free area by both state
and federal authorities at tho present
time. He criticises as folly the adoption
of any quarantine measures unnecessarily
The present Nebraska embargo he
thinks is especially sex ere on feeder stock
and pure bred stock which can not be
moved across the state line. The local
stockmen who have handled the western
Iowa feeders for years are suffering pos
sibly the loss of 2M cars a day. Some
of these men say that the present quar
antine order Is rigid only Insofar as It
keeps the feeder cattle from western
Iowa out and does not affect the fat
cattle for Immediate slaughter. They
argue that with stuff coming into Ne
braska tbere has been spread of the foot
and mouth disease and they bclievt Uiat
with the proper precautions on the part
of the authorities of both states no In
fected cattle would come in if the em
bargo were lifted insofar as western
Iowa cattle are affected.
Letter from lovra.
Bankers of western Iowa are interested
In raising the embargo and have sent tho
following letter to E. E. Buckingham.
general manager of the South Omaha
tork yards. The letter written by P. V.
Hall, secretary of the Iowa Bunkers' as
Quarantine regulations against hoof
and mouth disease have been rigidly en
forced In Iowa. The disease has been
confined to a few counties in the eastern
part of the state. Ibeso counties have
inly had a few cases. We urgently re
quest your assists two In raising the em
bargo paced on Iowa by Nebraska.
J our-fifths of the count es in Iowa have
not had a shadow of Infection. The
Omaha market should be opened Im
mediately to at least the western half of
ur state. Our assniatlon will not be
separately represented at the conference
l.i Lincoln on Alnnda, hut thoae from
this state, who will attend are the most
competent Judges of tin situation in
Iowa and we trust you will use your
Influence with others In your state to give
western Iowa the relief to which they are
entitled ou reallre without my saying so
that the raising of this embargo will
greatly benefit South Orraha.
Shippers Sign Petitions.
Durlng the last week stock shippers
to the local market from Nebraska points
are said to have eagerly signed the
petition to ralso the embargo now on
so as to permit the free shipment of cat
tle from western Iowa and South Da
kota under the federal supervision. Re
taliatory measures on the part of Colo
rado and Kansas against Nebraska are
feared If the present drastlo quarantine
la kept on, It Is asserted.
Bankers In Omaha and elsewhere In
Nebraska refused to be quoted on the
proposed lifting of the Nebraska quar
antine, yesterday. They explained that
the meeting at Lincoln would pruhably
determine their stand In the matter.
I.nrsrn Kaa Rill Will Win.
Representative John Larson of tiouth
Omaha, in an interview last night, ex
pressed the opinion that the Omaha con
solidation bill will oarry In the bouse,
when It comes to a vote. Larnen is en
thusiastically in favor of the bill. He
has been beselged by the officeholders
to change his stand and It in understood
that County Commissioner John Lynch
was asked to use his influence to switch
I .arson. It is said that Commissioner
Lynch absolutely refused to consider the
The leading antls are now trying to
make what terms they can before the
legislature acts on the measure. A pro
position to submit the matter to a vote
of ali the cities. Including Omaha, would
be facccp table to them now, It is said,
If the additional proviso could be made
that the measure would not become ef
fective until 1916. This would extend the
terms of the present officeholders and
also permit the allowance of many public
Local business men are now openly
boosting for tho measure and the com
mon taxpayers are anxiously awaiting
for the passage of the bill. The antls
are still hoplrg that the picking inter
ests will assist them. W. L. Kelby,
well known tax representative-of the
South Omaha packers, is said to have
told men favoring the bill that the
packers may get in the game yet. Kelby
has .nade numerous appeals for packer
help, it is said. The latest is that he has
a letter from a Chlcako paaker who is
iald to have expressed some doubt
whether he should let the bill become a
Selby is also the author of a euta lit
tle amendment to the South Orraha city
charter, which will abolish the city as
sessor snd the city board of equalisation
in South Omaha, at least so far as the
large corporations are concerned. It Is
Generally speaking the people and busl
nesa men of the city ire insisting that the
bill be pushed without any amendments,
so as to Insure participation. In the
Greater Omaha election.
Some of the antis are flghUng for de
lay against the emergency clause.
Andrew Glow a ski, tf years of age, a
pa king house employe, was ran down
) FOR A BAD COLD
The surest wav to stOD a col.l ! m ii, ....
the liver and cleanse tho bouels, and th.;
nicest cathartic to do this is a lo-cent bo
of f'awarcta. Take ono or two t'la imii
toiiKht and your cold may le gone by
iiiornlug - Advertisement
and killed last night t 7;-6 by a Bur
lington stork train, touth-bound. at the
Interse-tlon of what would be Twenty
fourth and W streets. A similar acci
dent occurred at practically the same
nlnt vear ago
Olowacskt Hved at Jl street, and
was on his way Lome when the train hit
him His left aim and left leg were
severed from his body and he was dead
when the trainmen reached him. The
train was bound for I Vest on. Is., ajiil
was In charge of Knglneer A. Itrodskl.
Fireman I II. l.anK t'ondi . tor I.
A Lewis. They stopped the train and
assisted In picking np the remains of
the dead man. Deruty Coroner H. J.
Ijirkln took charge of the body.
lowa"kl wns a widower, having lost
his wife far veils ago. He lived with
Ms tw sons. Vrank. aged 17. ami John.
ao1 is. in south Omaha. I ntil two weeks
; KKn, wn,n . . .
! ,,iyr., by Armour Co.' Funeral ar
rangement, will be announced later.
t. Patrick's limy.
Division No. S of the Ancient Order of
iiwnians win ,ie n, rhsrgo of the cele-
maiion or Mt. ratrleks Pay this yrsr,
as in the past. The membership will
meet at their hall In the morning from
whence they will march to St. Agnes
rhurvh to attend mass In a body, headed
by the An. lent Otdet of lliliernlans' fife
and drum corps. A srerlul sermon will
Jbe preached on this occasion. The eve
ning enterlainnui.t will be held at tho
1 high school auditorium. The principal
speaiter or the evening will he J. A. ('.
Kennedy of Omaha The musical pro
gram will be under the direction of Prof,
nan Hurley. The program Is not yet
Con Sheehan at Sheehan and company's
Plumbing shop. Twenty-second and K
streets: Thomas Keane, Jr., Seventeenth
and Missouri avenue, or Thomas J. Klts
gwrald. at the local postoffioe. have the
tickets In charge.
Mabel Martin F.ntertaln.
Mastic ( itr tioaslp.
The city council will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 6 o'clock at the city hull.
Preparations are now under wav at all
or the local rhurches to have hlg" Faster
programs for tho celebration of Kaster
Sunday At the First Presbyterian and
First Methodist churches the prlmarv de
partments are being drilled weekly in ex
ercises for the Faster morning services.
Iew Rushing for a Taxi, So. 9.
Mrs. Cartheren Kleh Is recovering tan
I'.ly at her home at !tii Soufi eighteenth
The local Ragle lodge is preparing for
a big dance to he given on the night of
Office space for rent in Bee office. MIS
N street. Terms reasonable. Well known
location. South S7.
Mrs. II. Kelly of Gothenburg. Neb.,
Is visiting at the home of her brother,
John Ralston of this city.
Joseph, the R-months - ir, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Brosnihan. Is seriously ill with
bronchitis and appendicitis.
The Merrymakers will give a dance at
the Moose home. Twenty-fifth and M
streets, next Wcdneslav evening.
Tho Moose ladles will give a curd
party at the Moose hall at Twenty-fifth
and M Mreets next Tuesday aft. 'moon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Barclay will en
tertain the King's naughters of the First
Presbyterian church next Friday after
noon at their home, 21 L F street.
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will hold a meeting
next Thursday afternoon. March 11. at
the home of Mrs. Houseman. J409 A street.
At the First Methodist church a contest
Is hetng carried on by Superintendent
Guy Kiddoo of the school to Increase the
attendance each week l-erond the mark
made the year before.
Vital Caveye, 2 years of age, died ves
terd'iy morning at St. Joseph's hospital
In Omaha. The funeral will be held Mon
day morning at :30 o'clock, from his late
residence, 4123 T street, to St. Mary's
church. Interment will be made In St.
Mary's cemetery. -
Preaching nervlres will be held this
morning at 11 o'clock ht the First Chris
tian ehuroli. Twenty-third and I streets.
Pastor O. A. Albur will preach. The Sun
day school will meet at !:4fi a. m. and
the Junior Endeavor at .1 p. m. Christian
Endeavor will be held at fi:.K p. m.
The local high school bssket bsll tsm
lost to tho Council Bluffs High school
team last Thursday evening on the Bluffs
doling Men's Christian association floor
by the score of 24 to 20.
The Northeast Improvement club will
hold Its next meeting Friday evening,
March 19. The subject of collecting the
Ifoctor boulevard with Sixteenth street
by a roadway will he discussed.
In celebration of what he says will he
the last, heavy snowstorm of, the winter,
Mnnnaer Atkins of the Besse theater Is
planning another of his "banner weeks"
In motion pictures and vaudeville.
Hundreds of men employed by the eitv
were at work yesterday all day furrowin
tin the huge drifts of snow thwt jammed
the streets and the sidewalks and hauling
It away In wagons to nearby ravines.
Want sds for The Bee may be left at
The Bee's branch office. 231S N St. Rates,
2c a word for one time. IV-c a word each
day for three days and 1e a word each
day for a week. Prompt and courteous
The Pulling Power
Some one has asked the
question, "What is the real
pulling power in publicity T"
What element in "copy"
grips and holds the atten
tion of the reader until a
definite and lasting impres
sion is made!
"Copy" is the soul of Ad
vertising. A whole lot of
persons' are engaged in mak
ing money out of the busi
ness of advertising. The
man who induces the adver
tiser to advertise must have
something. Whether the
publisher or the advertiser
pays his commission is of
little consequence. Every
man who makes money has
to have some one coax him
into it. The men who have
grown rich out of stock in
the Cobalt mines did not go
into it voluntarily. They
were talked into it. You
know very well you ought to
carry UtV insurant. The
wisdom of making some pro
vision for loved ones in the
event of death is no longer
open to argument. But, just
ROYSE ISSUES A STATEMENT
Banking Board Official Gives His
Views on Economy Policies of
HOFFMEISTER STARTS THING
I (From a Ptatr Correspondent.)
I LINCOLN. March 7.-1 Spooial. )- Itep-
tesnitatlve Hoflinelster of Chase county
(gets excited very trcquciitly, when h'
! takes the floor In advocacy of a Mil or
In an attempt to defeat what he tonsld
'ers Is wrong. Like others In the house.
not necessary to mention, lie has a hor
i ror of anything that Is going to cost the
taxpayers money, and it Is suspected that
he would advocate the entire abillsh
ment of appropriations for a year and
let the state take a rest.
The other day when the appro"! latlon
j bill for salaries was up. an attempt w as
; made to get across an amendment to
the bill Increasing tho number of bank
i examiners, provided In the bill to the
same number us at present, th- bill
htn Ing cut down the n amber.
nm her Provided rnnuah.
Mr. Hoffmelstcr announced tliat he
I had talked with the secretary or the
I hanking board nnd Mr. Hoyse had told
him that he did not wsnt as many this
I time as he had hail and that the niim
j ber provided in the bll. was iiough.
j Consequently the bill went through with
the number cut dow n.
j Now Secretary Hoyse conies forward
with a statement, in winch he says that
'Mr. Horrmcister was mistaken. On ac
i count of the Increase In the nuinler of
banks, there Is more work than ever
before and it will pot be In the Interests
of economy to cut down the number,
i This is not the first time that brash
'statements have Inen made on the floor
jof the house In an effort to get across
i legislation that is needed to carry out
I the pet Ideas of certain Individuals.
I noyse's statement.
Secretary Hose Issues the following
.statement In explanation
"I notice a statement made by one of
tiic members of the houso finance, ways
j anil means committee, concerning myself
and the hanking department, of which I
I "1 rgrot that this member got the
wrong impression, as tt is so contrary to
l my real thoughts In the matter. As to
reducing the lorce of bank examiners, or
the help In my office. have snld In each
instance that It would prove detrimental
to the efficiency of the banking depart
ment. As stated befcre, the Increase in
the number of banks has I eon phenomenal
in the last two years, and I have only
asked for the same number of examiner
that I have had during the last four years
and the same amount of help In the
office that has1 been there for the last
sleeks to Re Conservative.
"I have always endeavored to lie quite
conservative In my demands from tin.
state in regard to help as examiners and
in the office, asking for Just such help
as I thought the business of the dpavo
ment would Justify. We most assuredly
nerd the help, both as examiners snd In
t the office, and to deprive us of that
' amount will he detrimental to the best
I Interests of the deportment.
"It Is not unreasonable for bank exam
I Iners to sometimes go home on Friday
evening, but It Is unfair to criticise them
for doing so. They must have time al
home, or some other convenient place, to
make up their reports, write their recom
mendations, and to verify the accounts of
the hanks they have examined during the
week, with their several correspondents.
When an examiner leaves a bank ho has
examined, his work for that examination
Is not finished by any means."
Valentine Kens Notes.
VALBNTINK, Neb.. March 7. (Spe-
cIsl.V-The Northwestern Nebraska Medi
cal association will hold its annual meet
ing here, March 15. The association's
members Include all thi medical men In
the northern two-thirds of the state and
has a total membership of about l'Jo.
The business of tho postoffioe here has
reached such a capacity that the of
fice has been made ono of the socond-
"Talks on Newspaper Advertising"
. By TRUMAN A. DeWKKKtt, Buffalo, N. Y.
the same, you must pay some
one to come around and
"talk" you into it. The man
who talks you into it must
have a commission for tell
ing you what you already
know. He leads you up to
the point of decision.
But in tlio final analysis
it is "copy" that does the
trick. All this machinery of
publicity with accumulated
"overhead" charges and in
cidental commission will
bring nothing to the adver
tiser if the "copy" does not
attract tlio interest and at
tention of readers. If the
"copy" does not make con
sumers for tho product the
plans are a dismal failure.
In fact "copy" is all there
is to Advertising. And all
there is to "copy" is person
ality which, in this in
stance, is merely another
word for salesmanship. Per
sonality is the pulling power
in all successful advertising.
The merchant who can pro
ject his own personality into
his advertising brings about
a certain intimate contact
between himself and his cus
tomers, lie establishes un
diss. Four persons are emplowd inn
tliuially In Ibe office.
ASKS FIVE THOUSAND:
CHARGES PROMISE BREACH
lUtuKKN ItoW, Neb.. March ?. (Spc
(Inl i ('eclle Chnucloln, i: 1 year-old girl.
Iivlnp. at Mason City, this county, has,
tlnoiiKh her attorney, N. T. Uadd.
btought action tor brcHch of Momlso
Kgnlnst I'r. A. Boyd, if tbe same place,
and asks for fa. Oil vs s balm lor her
wounded (i clings. Miss Chiiudoln alleges
that she was engaged to li . 1! d snd
hail gone so lr as to prepare h"'t wed
ding clothes, w hen be ileoci tcil he, , she
also allcgi s thst the doctor wss Influenced
In his acti hi by his nn tber, w ho was
made s co-defendant to the suit The
case wll come before .lodge lloste'.ler at
t lie April term of district court.
Giants Defeat Dallas
Team, Six to Three
I'AI.I.AS. Tex.. March T.-Tlie New
York National league team's .icooiid
siring of players d- fealed the pirsl Texas
league team today, K to ;, The day was
i old. Score: R U.K.
New York H 15 1
I IjiIIhs 1 In 2
Batteries: lluenke, Smith, Kermayer
snd Marshall: Mullen, lunn, Uradv and
HOUSTON CLUB BEATS
ST. LOUIS BRINDLES
1KU STOV, Tex.. March T.-The Hous
ton club of tbe Texns league iieteated
a mixed team o? regulars and colts of
the St. Louis Americans here today, 2 to
1. McCabe's wildness was costly. Score:
Houston 2 S 0
St. Louis I ! 2
Batteries: Houston, (l nn and Om ri le
snd Kiltnondson and Scott; St I nils,
McCabe, Wellman, Pe.Tymati and Huel.
It Will Heltrve llnckache.
Apply Sloan's Liniment to your hack.
Pain gone almost instantly. I'on't rub;
It penetrates. "!. For sale by all deal
The Bee Wants Ads are the lust Busi
Cotnrr Heats 1 nrk,
YORK. Nob., March 7. ' Special.) ( 'ol
! nor university snd York college played a
wiry rough and fust game of basket ball
I yesterday owning. Coiner defeated York,
I in to 9. In the first half the score was 7
to (i In favor of York,
Tests made on six high grade Wall Boards show that CsrfoM- f is the strong--eat
and that it resists dampness and water better than an other Wall Board,
rtean he used In booses, offlces, factories. etc. I At eaeb of oar Mf sbOIs ws soak lb tot-
j-mnsnmt ana vmporsry paoios ran pe
quickly and inexpensively built with Ctrtstn
ttrd Watt Board. It csn be applied by auy
careful workman who follows directions.
Oar CrthHl rasAass are kaewa aa4
sr7rIU nn tsst wotU.
For sab hu WsoUfi ryuasrs,
at nasonsbls trices
General Roofing Mff . Company
wwrun mi isw mminffmn
ad BMiSJsa lapr
NtwYsraOt? BMtsa CUcase
rfcOUtUi Atkata Cbka4
St. Lssis UsrtaaH la
a Car Ml Til li
a-s Hws.au rsay
CARPENTER PAPER CO.
intimacy that begets confi
dence. The world has been mak
ing sausage a long time. No
one knows who invented sau
cage, but it remained for a
farmer out in Wisconsin by
the name of Jones to invent
a new way of selling it. He
made some sausage out of
the sweet, juicy, tender lean
meat of little pigs for local
consumers. After his neigh
bors got a taste of it of
course he couldn't make
enough of it. No one is go
ing to eat ordinary sausage
made from tough and husky
rooters when he can get sau
sage made from the succu
lent ment of litle pigs. And
if his neighbors liked it, why
shouldn't he make it on a
Ami so along came" the
dust proof package of "lit
tle pig" sausage which is
such a familiar sight in gro
ceries and meat shops. And
the advertising that Jones
puts out is nothing more
than the kind of talk that
Jones would give to a neigh
lor or to a person who has
never tasted "little pig"
sausage before. It is the
i DODGE BOOSTS INTERURBAN
Douglai Senator Says One Railway
Commissioner Has Blocked
i MEASURE NOT YET APPROVED
(From a Slsff Coriespnndont.)
I LlNcil.N. March 7.- (Special.) Th
failure of Nebraska to make progress
lilt Interbui bun railway development I.
I laid al the door or a member
I of tbe stale rnilWHy commission, wio
! has. in the opinion if Senator Podge,
i blocked progress by his peculiar Ideas!
upon these things, nni has bern tho
nilllstono about the iclt of the railway
! commission, which has pi evented It from
, gilnc needed encouragement to laen of
jispltal. who have dcslro.l to build Inter-'
ui ban linos in this Ms:e.
! This was practically the opinion of
Senator Hodge in his a i iunient this morn-,
ing in the senate, when In behalf of
IS. F. In), he snoke of the ureal futurn
the state would have If eastern capital
could eoiv.e In nnd have assurance that
it would have an even i nance la maku
good on Its Investment.
11 was understood by all present that
tho argument In tho mutter referred to
Commissioner Hull, whose Ideas on slocks
and bonds have brought on many a con
troversy between himself and bit two
colleagues on the commission.
One of the most Important points lit
the bill Is an amendment to the pros-
lent slock and bonds ;,ct. whii It makes)
It imperative upon the lallway commls.
s on to approve of any bond issue not in
tho excess of iloOftm por construction
mile, provided tbe sum to he realised Is
r.ot less than 70 per cent of tho faco
value of the Ixinds. This would lence
a leeway of ai per cent for promotion
The bill will come up sgsln In com
mlttee of the whole In the senate.
The fight for the bill was led by Mesi .
Andersen and Taylor, w hile the opposition
was arrayed under the leadership of
Richmond and Relsner. The friends of tho
bill won out by a Inrge majority when a
motion by Mr. Sass to postpone Indefi
nitely was lost. fi."i to 17. Those voting t
Indefinitely postpone were;
Mersrs. Broome, Chamhers (Thurston),
Palbey, Oreonwslt. Hunter, Hutton,
Kaiirtmnu, Meredith. Moysenburg, Mosc
ley, Parkinson. Parrlotl, Relsner. lllch-
i mnnd, PU ichck, Sass and Stelnmcer.
(iel competent help through The Hoc.
If yxiKi vrant wall board tliat will gfra joa
the best enrica at the lowest cost one
that keeps the rooms warmer in winter
end cooler La eumraer mtk your dealer
lowing prod act :
N-ai Coal Tar
kind of "copy" that wafts
the delicious aroma of fried
sausage from the kitchen to
What is it that mnkesyou
listen for the alarm bell as
you read an advertisement of
the Big Ben clock! You ex
pect to be waked every min
utein fact you want to bo
waked up by Big Ben not
by an ordinary alarm clock.
The ordinary alarm clock
suggests a shiver and a
shock on a cold, frosty
morning before daylight.
You don't welcome its intru
sion into your bedroom. You
arc tempted to throw it out
of the window the first time
it gets busy. As you read the
Big Ben advertising from
day to day, however, you are
conscious of a growing af
fection for that clock. You
begin to want him for a
rocm-mate. The man who
wrote that advertising could
sell you a Big Ben alarm
clock in a few moments if he
met you face to face.
Personality is the dyna
mich of advertising. It is in
dividuality plus salesman
ship. It is that which moves
the goods' from the dealer's
I'lf UMAX A. DeWEESE.
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