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THf-; I IKK: OMAHA. WKDNKSPAY, MAKC1L 10. 1315.
Thomas County Member Asserts He
Will Never More Be Found Fol-.
lowing His Leadership.
DIFFER OVER APPROPRIATION
(Prom a. Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 9. (Special Tel
erram. ) Representative: Helsner of
Thomas county Just before the cloning
of the afternoon session of the house
attacked Representative Taylor of
Caster with words that Dialed with
sarcasm. The Thomas county mem
ber pot the Custer man on the grid
die and roasted htm to a turn, while
the members cheered him on, the ap
Plause at times being almost deafen
Taylor had attempted to reconsider
a voto of the morning when the
$125,000 appropriation for normal
training la high schools was made.
His motion to reconsider brought out
a warm talk from Con ley, who had
been mostly responsible in earing the
appropriation at that time.
ReUner then took a hand in the talk
and turning Ma attention to , the man
from Custer reacted him with an ava
lanche of blUnt; word
Ms. Jtolanar charged Taylor with beta
nnfalr and livnonaJstent. '
Carded away by his own words Rels
I raina to this legislature unao
Qnalntad witb the wars of 1 epilation. I
though yrMl was lneoro In your advo
cacy of certain things, and I stood by
you d the things yoi advocated, but If
0od will torsive me for that mistake
Dtwr more will I be found following;
so as I have don In the past.."
A man has not been caatlg-ated on the
door oc that house in suoh a manner for
fears, no It Is said, and the applause
which sweated RctaDer at Its close dem
onstrated that the members enjoyed the
M Fees Kemoved
, J&om Inspection of;
i (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March .(SpoclaD-The
committee of the whole In the senate
recommended Benate File 139, in which
Senator Kiechel proposes to require the
Inspection, registration and branding; of
all stock remedies and stock, foods. A
provision In the proposed law originally
charged a fee of (36 a remedy against
the manufacturer. This raised such a
storm of protest from the retail dealers,
although It did not affect them directly,
that the friends of the msasurw aad com
mittee struck out all fees In order to In
sure the bill's passage.
BEDFORD LOSES HIS BILL
WHILE DODGE MAKES POINT
(From a Staff Correspondent.) '.
LINCOLN, March t.-t8peclal.) Sena
tor Bedford's bill, B. P. ZDS, providing
for a thirty-day notice to the vendee
in a contract "for the) sale of real estate
where the vendor seeks to forfeit for
conditions not performed, was Indefi
nitely postponed on the report of the
atnato standing committee this morning.
Senator Dodge's bill for a state director
of employment, 6. P. S32, was recom
mended for paasags after , It . had been
amended to strike out provisions In the
bill calling for the regulation of private
employment agencies. The report of the
standing committee on the bill was
Gsaswaty Bill Ksvores.
LINCOLN, March t.-(8pectal.)-After
considerable discussion the senate com
mittee of the whole this morning recom
mended for passage Senate File 110. which
allows state books upon liquidation or
nationalization to withdraw 71 per cent
ef the money they have paid into the
bank guaranty fund of the state.
Mrs. Orwaapeteker Slams mm Leaky let.
XJNTJOUN. March s.-(8peolal.)-Mrs.
X W. Crumpecker of Omaha has rogis
ersd with the secretary of state as a
lobbyist Mis signs s a representative
of the association opposed to woman's
BUI sVeMsaaaCBdeal. im Pass by
ata Cssassttte of Wfsols.
H. R. la, ricuddor Provides for the serv
ing of rations to inmates of old soldiers'
MUD M Urand Island, who live In cot
tages oulaida the grounds.
11. H. Ms. Fuller and IJggett Reduces
number of biennial reports required to
be printed by stats otllcera from l.Um)
sund leas to fuo and les.
B. Y. 124. ctandall of York Makes any
Botes given In advance to a solicitor fur
a business ooilegs strictly nun negotiable
until the student has bee a at ths college
8. F. tw. Bedford of Douglas Limits
the board of coutrol and university rea
nls In the employment of arvhiucte ts
clt sens of Nebraska.
ii. H. at, llUbrls Abolishes office of
county coruni-r and ttaiuitrrs his duties
to county attorney.
l. H. 14, DaJ bey Provides for the em
ployment of county or city Jail prUoners
m counties of over '. population and
cities of over t.OuO population.
H. K. Va. Dalbey Provides for sheriff
offering rewards for autontoblls thieves.
H. K. 131. Peterson of l-auvanter-In-crmses
peremptory Jury chllengrs to b
allowed the state wti;n mote than one de
fendant ts on trial.
II. R. 7K, Peterson of Lancaster Kqual
lacs the number of peremptory dial Ituign
allowed the defendant and allowed lha
state except In cases where the penhy
la life. In which case the defendant gets
twelve and the stats only ten.
8. K. riO. Mr. n yr of Webster etets
banks liquidating or nationalising ata
entitled to get back 7S per cant of the
money tbey have paid Into the bank
K. V. 1. K lechel of Nemaha Provides
for the restoration with the food comtnts
sionar and the branding of all stock foods
and remedies No rugtstratiun fee.
JI- R-,u- Frles-Provldea for the notifi
cation by road overseers of the county
surveyors when corners of land surveys
are lost or stolen.
H. K. its, Meredith-Permits use of
rait of stale and bridge fund for the pur
chase of private toll bridges.
it. R. 167 tiinilh and levers Redis
counts of state banks may equal capital
and surplus instead of two-tldrds uf
11. R. a4. I-enlgan of Greeley-CJsrifles
la-v as to division fences.
Kent room quick with a Bra Want Ad.
ATTACK ON RAILWAY BOARD
Appropriation Bill Bring Doings of
Body Before Legislature for
PROVIDE FOR NORMAL TRAINING
'From a Staff rv.rriion1nt
LINCOLN. Mnn h 9 -(Snrcial .
hrnnka may l nn Inmme of Its nwn In
stitution fur rrlppM rliililrr-n tx'ff.rp th
pKnt M.iinliim Is ncr If thvr sr-natt
dm not undo thn work of the house
today when l rut appropriations for
rnnlntrnnnrp down to srvcral hundred
thouurn. I dollars loss than in prlvous
It did not do Bnv rood for members of
the house this morning when the Rene ml
maintenance hill was up to plead for
sufficient fumls to carry on the business
of the state. The men who me rvln
to make rerord were strong enough to
whirl the whip and the Mil w,.nt through
in most Instance, without a kkk. How
ever, two appropriations ranw In for a
fltht, one was an attempt to allow the
KUite Railway commission an allowanee
of S1.5U0 a year for Its expert Monog
rapher and the other was an attempt to
cripple the National fjuard hy rutting Its
appropriation from IM.non to .77,fmo.
Conley of flsKe made a vigorous fiKht
sgainst euttlng the bill for normal train
Ing In hlKh school and was successful by
a voto or 4S to SO n grain the appro
priation hack to IIX,00( Instead of being
out to $75,000.
In a discussion of the appropriation for
the state railway commission an attempt
was made to provide for an extra stenog
rapher. or rather for the one which here
tofore has heen paid out of the funds of
the commission. Rclshlc k of Klehardson
made Insinuations against the hoard and
its employes which they were not In a
position to answer bec ause they were not
entitled to the floor of the house.
Nichols defended the nppropriatlon. Ho
called attention to the members that the
people had created the commission. Two
years ago they wore given an appropria
tion of )0,flno. This hous had (riven them
an additional aum to continue their work.
Now It turns around and seeks to cripple
the creature of Its creation by refusing
Its funds to prosecute IU work laid down
by the laws of the state.
Mr. Nichols vigorously protested against
the attack on the railway commission.
whose members could not defend them
selves on the floor. Even a republican, he
said, has some rights and feelings which
democrats ought to respect Nichols did
not think It fair to compare the work of
the railway commission with that of the
Board of Control. He charged that the
democrats had a preconceived plan "to
cripple the one republican department in
the rapltol," and called It a oor move on
the political chessboard.
Chairman Norton of that committee
said that the SI2.&00 allowance for antra
help as provide In the bill was more
than it had ever spent in any blennlum.
He thought that this was very liberal
treatment and that If the commission
should actually need another stenographer
it could hire one out of this appropria
tion. In the division upon this Question La-
Bounty and Negan, democrats, vote with
the republicans to add the 11,600 Item. On
the other hand Nutaman and Reynolds
of Red Willow, who are republican mem
bers of the finance committee, voted with
the democrats to leave the appropria
tion as It stood.
hTe amendment was not adopted.
ONLY FOR STATE'S WORK
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Neb., March .-(Spclal Tel
egram.) Douglas county senators divided
up again nn a measure before the senate
this afternoon known as Fledford's S. F.
166, which would force the university
authorities and the Board of Control to
employ only Nebraska architects.
Lodge and Saunders thought the field
should be left open to anybody. Qtitnbv
thought the republicans should take their
ewn medicine and protect home archi
tect Howell went after the regents hard for
letting a SISO.OOO contract at the uni
versity to outside parties. Ha said the
president of the National Association of
Achltects lived In Omaha and that archl
tecta have a uniform scale of prices and
therefore nothing could be rained by
going out of the state.
The bill was recommended for passage
by a vote of It to It.
A going business can be sold quickly
through The Bee s "Business Chances."
Women Lose la Delaware.
nOVKR. Del.. Mar-h .-The Delaware
rouse of representatives toduy defeated
the equal suffrsgn amendment to the
constitution. 8 to Z3.
Hero is the Piano
to offer rock
We cordially Invite the public to
arane pianos and player pianos.
la order to make room for the balance of onr spring- stock which
will arrive shortly, we must dlxnoo of about seventj-nre slightly ased
and dkcoatiBBed styles of nprlghU, grands aad player pianos, regard
less of cost.
Ken An tha Mikes and Prices.
500 J. ft C, Fischer,
600 lose k Sons, square
1,000 Weber, sqnare
fii Adam Hchaff. it.
S0 Uirhter, upright
825 Hrhmolier ft Muel
ler, up right
SH bU-irer ft Hob, up
$20 Plaaola Cabinet Player
Small weekly or monthly terms
ience, free Mool, Iree Heart, tree life Insurance.
S3.50 PER M0JT1I BENTS 1 HIGH GRADE PIAR0
Schmollcr & r.luollor Piano Co.
1811-1311 Famam Street. Headquarter tor Tletrolas aad Gralaaolaa.
Greater Omaha Measure Made Spe
cial Order in House Committee
BOTH SIDES ACTIVELY AT WORK
From a Staff Correspondent.)
..LINCOLN. March 9. (Special.)
The fate of the (Jreater Omaha bill
will bo settled Thursday, and it will
bo a pretty contest In the house. The
bill, S. F. No. 2, has been made a
special order for 1:30 o'clock Thurs
Jlepresrntatlve Henry C. Richmond
moved to make the bill a special or
der. He says he Is sanguine of sue
reus. He asserts the bill Is gaining
new friendft every hour and that the
temper of the house Is unquestionably
In favor of settling the annexation
, , ,, A,
question here and now for all time.
Mr. Richmond says that friends of
the Greater Omaha bill are vigilant
and right on the lob.
"I do not deny that there Is a sentiment
In the nonce npslnst what Is rommml
termed the force' feature of the bill.'
said Representative Richmond to The Bee
PrtM-edenta Favor Law. j
"There are those who will oppose It tn j
the end on that account. When you con- 1
elder, however, the precedents for such a I
law. and the general sentiment of good I
will on the part of the country members
towards Omaha. It Is apparent that the
great benefits that will obtain through
the passage of such a law put the house
In the attitude that the ends justify the
"Anyhow, the annexation question Is
ripe to be settled now, and I asked that
the Mil be brought out at thla time merely
to dispose of It and not place Its friends
under the charge of holding It In abey
ance for the purpose of Influencing legis
lation In the Benate or using It for trading
purposes. I think it will be settled be
fore the house adjourns Thursday after
noon." Omahana Take Pari.
John Taul Breen. the Omaha lawyer
who drew the bill. Is on the ground, and
S't Is the special committee of the Omaha
Commercial club, onQmprlalng Gould
Diets, Randall K. Brown and George II.
Havexatlck. These gentlemen are su
premely confident that the bill will pass
with votes to spare. Other prominent
taxpayers of Omaha are making their
presence felt In behalf of the bill.
Opponents of the bill are as fully con
fident of Its defeat. S. Arlon lewls for
Dundee and City Attorney II. C. Murphy
of Routh Omaha are on the Job every
minute and they have volunteer workers
In the house It Is reported that W. J.
Taylor of Custer will flBht the bill.
The house members are getting a bushel
of letters pro and con in every mall with
reference to annexation.
Judge Sears Allowed
His Back Hotel Bills
(From a fltaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March . 8peclal Tele
gram. ) House members In commit ee of
the whole tonight agreed to pass K R.
7H, the claims bill, carrying appropria
tions of 125.000 for publishing constitu
tional amendments and with various mlai
cellaneous items. Among them is Judge
Heara' claim for $30 board and railway
fare as district Judge The law gave him
the right to this allowance, but he did
not present his claim until several years
after it went into effect.
floott of Hamilton endeavored to prevent
the allowance, but he had only a few sup
porters. The house passed on third reading IT.
R 760, the general salary appropriation
Omaha People Protest
Slash in Guard Funds
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, March (.(Special.) A pe
tition was' filed with the state senate
this morning protesting against the pro
posed slash by the house rinanoe. ways
and moans committee In the appropriation
for the national guard la this stste. The
petition Is signed by Leo J. Crosby of
Omaha, together with aome 100 others.
or Player Piano
An! rltrhtlT may It be railed
snch, for never In the history of
onr piano business have we dls
played m many beaaMrul styles
of the world's famed pianos,
Strtnway, Weber, Hard man,
fttetrer & Sons, Emerson, Mr
Phall, Mndeman A Hons and
ftr hmoller Mueller pianos, and
Aeolian Pianola Pianos,
Oar first shipment of five ears
of oar spring- stock arrived last
week, and we are la a position
bottom rWs and easy terms.
Inspect this beantifal array of high
They Speak for Them wives
I S0 ftehmoUer ft Muel
ler, upright S155
44 tetter ft Son, up
1,000 ( bickering ft Sons,
1,100 Stela way, grand 450
660 ( lough YTarrea
Player Piano 220
700 Htayresaat Pianola
airaajred U salt your conven
Wilson Won't Give
Washington, March .-Preident
Wilson, It became known tonight, hsj de
cided not to give recess appointments to
a number of persons wIiom nominations!
for federal offices wore rejected by the
senate during the last session. His de
cision, however, does not apply to nomi
nations whkh the senate merely failed
to act upon and In most of these cases
recess appointments will be made In the
Those whose nominations were rejected
and in whose places others probably will
be rhosen aoon Include:
John I). l,yon, I'nlted Stales attorney
for the wextern district of New York.
W. N. Collins, postmaster at Kansas
Mrs. Marjorie J. Bloom, postmaster at
Devil's Lake. N. I). '
Kwlng ('. Rlsnd. I'nlted Rtates marshal
for the western district of Missouri.
A. H. Bule, postmaster at Knnlw. Tex.
Oeorne Hampton, collector of Internal
revenue for the first district of New
The president has written a letter to at
i 'T "e PP'nt y,n!h
; while he might have the legal right to
, Kive reo,M appointments to men whose
nominations have been rejected by the
, senate he does not think that such action
would be In accord with the spirit of
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j DTI lib li VlCti UII1C6
Given Authority to
Take Over Factories
I)NnoX, March . A drastic amend
ment to the defense of the realm act.
unexpectedly presented to the House of
Commons this afternoon by Chancellor
of the Rxchequrr L4oyd George, passed
all Its stages. The chancellor proposed
that the government be empowered to
commandeer all factories required for
t'p to the present firms and factories
already producing war materials oould
be taken under government control. The
amending bill of the chancellor extends
this power to cover all other concerns
which the government may wish to
utilise for this purpose.
Mr. Uiiyd George laid particular em
phasis upon his statement that not only
the duration, but the success of the war
depended upon the output of munitions.
The government, he declared, proposed
to organize the engineering community
through a committee headed by business
men, with the Idea of assisting In the In
crease of output.
WASHINGTON. March .-(Bpeelal
Telegram.) South Dakota postmasters
appointed: Opal. Meade county, Elmer
C. Franxwa, vice Frank A. Franswa;
Saint Onge, Lawrence county, Charles
Kurols, vice A. Kurols: Whltewood. Law
rence county. Ida V. Uhllg. vtca Louisa
South Dakota postmasters reappointed:
Hill City, I'ennlngton county, Lnren A.
Frankforter; Okaton. Lyman county, Ed
ward K. Gable; Rockford, Pennington
county, B. B. Deffenbaugh,
John ' F. Forney has been appointed
rural letter carrier at Fremont, Neb.
Station No. 4 of the Beatrice, Neb.,
postofflce has been discontinued.
The Bee Wants Ada are the beet Busi
A Big Special Sale
at the CENTRAL
ORE DAY OXLY, SATDDOAT,
Laco Curtains, Couch
Covers and Portieres
An Immense purchase of beauti
ful lacs curtains, portieres and
couch covers..' bought 'direct from
the mills -at auoh big discount that
we are .enabled to put the entire,
shipment on BPEC1AL. 8 ALB for'
lhls ONE DAY ONLY 'at a price
which will mean a posit Ivs saving to,
you of at - least one-half. These
goods are all fresh and crisp and
but very recently left the looms of
the biggest -mills In this country.
Come to the Bid 8ALB Saturday
March ths ltth. expecting to find
some very ' extraordinary bargains,
and you will not be disappointed. As
usual, you make your own terms.'
Is the kind we give you. Call
on us when you want
Printing of Distinction
Prompt and Painstaking; Serv
ice, no matter how large or
how small the Job, and our
prices are as low an Is consist
ent with the quality of work
Phone Douglas 7474
and let us figure with you on
your next Job.
M. F. SUAFER&CO.
12th and Farnam Sts.
DK. HKADBIHY, DKNTIST
Xa axis araw Lcoatioa, tai.gg wood,
mea of tha World aUAg.
A suite of els lit rooms, lite finest
and most romilat. dental offices la
Ota west aAery up-to-Uuta and pain
lass method known. C'onald.r our
reputation, .xpertanca. prlcaa and our
new eeiulpmant and you will aars
that wa have raarhed the hlaaasl
point in modern efficiency.
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(Premier Who Would Push State Into
Conflict on Side of Allies
Forced Out by King.
PLASHED TO TAKE ADRIANOPLE
PAR1P. March .-A ministerial crisis
similar to that In Oreece has occurred In
Hulgarla, according to Information reach
ing Paris in special dispatches. Premier
Radoslavoff Is reported to have been
overthrown by the influence of King
Frederick and the followers of Dr.
Ghenadlcff, former foreign minister be
cause be desired to take Immediate ac
tion against Turkey by occupying Adrla
nople. Kadoslavoffs opponents are said to
have declared this policy, which would
A very handsome yard
wide fabric, chiffon finish,
for $1.95 a yard.
Everyone, dealers and
customers alike, are talking
of the scarcity of corded
for Wednesday is.
A large shipment in a wide
range of new shades, in blue,
sand, and battleship gray,
arrived two days ago.
The Spring Highway of Fashion
The Important Place
Accorded Silk Suits
To do a thing right requires particular effort. To
show a comprehensive variety of some really up-to-the-minute
style is one feature of our policy which has placed
this store in the position of fashion authority in Omaha.
A truly remarkable offering of stylish Silk Suits,
This is not a meager display of a very few models.
It is an extensive collection of desirable, attractive spring
m . It's a PI
IXWVv. r rival
La Grecque Gowns, Skirts, Combinations, Corset
Covers, Drawers, Envelope Chemise, sizes 34 to 46.
Prices varied to suit every woman.
AMt'fEM r.MTf. IMVIIiHENTI,
BRA8DEIS THEATER, t Days Com. Sun. Eve. March 14th
THE KEYSTONE OF KEYSTONES
TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE
till FL of LmMtr
n rava Awn roaoiT alx. rmotraus
Mais. Baal at g, suot All Basts 10 ang-hts a T:30 aad a, 10 aad BO.
aVafTUa JhAJTDXia CaCUITBA,
have placed Bulgaria In opposition to
Germany and Austris, was too adven
' turotig. The principal argument they
are reported to have used was that the
resignation of Premier Vcnlielos at
Athens, left Greece more Isolated than
before and If Bulgaria remained neutral
It might hope for advantages others than
those should find In Thrace.
Although this Information has not been
definitely made It Is generally believed
In French official circles that Rados
lavoff hsd reeolvrd to march on Adrla
nople if Greece pronounced for the triple
entente, and that Venlzelos made such
nn announcement at Athena when the
question of Intervention came up.
ATHENS. March . (Via Tarisl-M.
Gounarls. deputy for Patrss. has con
sented, at the request of King Constan
tlne, to undertake the task of forming
a new cabinet. It Is reported that M.
Pal tad Ha, who was foreign njlnlster In
the Theotokls cabinet, has consented to
take that portfolio under the leadership
of M. Gournarls.
M. Gournarls will submit his list of
Taffetas and Shantung Silks for
Your Easter Gowns
CHIFFON TAFFETAS in the
finest soft weaves, brilliantly lus
trous and especially well adapted
for the new wide circular skirt. In
an endless variety of shades, one
yard wide an unusual value for
$1,50 a Yard
IMPORTED SHANTUNG in the nat
ural color which is the fashionable "sand
shade." Stylish for smart suits, gowns,
blouses; about 34 inches wide,
$1.00 to $1.75 a Yard
Announce the Ar-
of the New
They are so dainty and at
tractive, so fresh and charm-
for spring and summer;
many new touches of
style and trimming
will interest you.
Ons Boer tad
ministers to the king tomorrow. It Is un
derstood, and obtain an agreement tha.
the Chamber shall be dissolved If the sup
porters of the ministry are In the
minority, which is considered hlghlv
probahle. The new premier is expected
to favor the continued neutrality of
Greek Grsrral staff Pears Bslnsrla.
PARIS, March . M. Rhallys, a former
prime minister of Oreece, In an Interview
at Athens, printed In the Matin, says
that King Constantlne acted on the a1
vice of his general staff In opposing the
policy of Intervention proposed by M.
Venlxelos. The staff was of the opinion
that an expedition against Constantinople
v.ould weaken the military situation on
the Bulgarian frontier, which In Athens
Is regarded as dangerous in view of Bul
garia's doubtful attitude.
Berahardt's Coadltloa Improves.
BORDEAUX, March 9-(Via Parls.l-
Continued Improvement in the condition
of Fare Bernhardt was reported today
by her physician.
A Specially Well Chosen List
of Offeriags Has Been Pre
pared for Wednesday.
PRINTED VOILES, 40
inches wide, all new pat
terns, stripes and floral
designs, all colors, 25c yd.
SHEER WASH FABRICS,
beautiful printed Flazons
and Fancy Tissue Ging
hams, in every wanted
style or color; both are
27 inches wide, 25c a yard.
BEST QUALITY KRm
KLE SEERSUCKER, ex
. tensive range of staple and
fancy stripes, 15c a yard.
WINDSOR CREPE PLISSE
30 inches wide, in a var
iety of pretty floral do
signs, rosebud stripes and
plain colors, 20o a yard.
The Store for
This spacious section is
more attractive than ever,
showin g greater variety of
new spring blouses in really
Mat. Today, aooj Tonight, AJ1 Wssk,
Tbs Sweat ast Story aver Told,"
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Beat seats tsxo.pt Saturday and Sunday),
tbe. Nights, Uc, 60c and Too.
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run.jr eueket far slereasars Mais.1 Wm.
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