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TIIK W1K: iTSTMlA, SATTIfDAY. MAKUM 1.1. i:u.).
TAYLOR OF CUSTER
Takes Exception to Article in The
Bee and cn Floor of House As
saults the Correspondent
FAILS TO LAND WITH BLOW
fTYotti a Ptaff CorflKil''nt 1
LINCOLN. Mnrrh U-Spf rlnl.Th
Iowm- branrh of the Nra1a lrirlslattirs
thrown Into a atate of exctmnt
Ihtii forenoon whpn naprasMitatlve W. J.
Taylor of Ctmter county, taktna; rxrt-jy-llonii
to an article apjwartna: n The Bee
this mortiln; written hjr It Lincoln cnr
rrapoiKlTit, P. A. Barrow, who Is cov
ertnn the legislature, assaulted the latter
on the floor of the rfius.
Taylor had obJertH to tha way the
article had been written and told the re
porter tha, he would a he the tnaer up be
fore he- hmiae and hare him barred from
Barnrme reepotided by - Mllna; Taylor
that he would be pleaaed to hare him
Taylor objected to tbo criticism, of his
action yesterday and waa told by the
newspaperman' that- hla,. Taylor crltl
rtam of a formar artlnle.-crtUcIsm of the
dairy ppara aa a whole, criticism of
Hepreaentatlva Rclsner and hla ronneot
tloa with the mlnlirtry, huA put In a poal
llon where ha should not object to criti
cism r his action aa a Jeylelator.
lavsraaalmv Makea Threat.
Tarytrjr then tried to aoara tha reporter
Or SualOia that ha would mad the artl
ols to the nous and haw the reporter
fhjed. Barrows told Taylor that relther
ha nor no other man ooold bondoaa him,
or yraut htm from wrlflnr the tiewa for
hla (tapar aa ha aaar H and demanded that
traitor pot hla threat Into xeontlon, -
I datoojid that you read that article to
(Ms hntaekexvl call for my expulsion from
ha flooa, retorted "Barosra, and Taylor
Pi en drew back and atrnck a farlnna blow,
iRarowa dodged a llttla and the blow
trade Ma shoulder. Taylor then bunted
"Parow with hla' bead and the reporter
m pad him about tha tteok wfth one arm
wwie with, tha other band he bald thai
bemcaraot atateman'a frea bend until
tuadatanoa arrtvwd. maktar Bo tfott ta
fctrtfe tha f rifarf atmf man. I
IToasa la lltMa ' '
Tba "honea wna In an uproar, at one
Mid th msmbsra cnabed the arena o(
txmtUet. Hnwwvar, no damaca wma dona
pxoept to th feelino of tho Caatar ootmty
tnan and the houaa avion re Su road bust
baa. Blr years airo when Taylor WMa nmv,
bnr of th lower bouaa ha bad a similar
expertenca with another member, W. a
fThoatnaker of tha Douglas county dela
Ration. EOioamalcar waa tallrlnr on a Mil
and Taylor not Aklna; what ha amid,
truck at Mm, tha blow just rraatna hla
forehead. Taylor afterward apoloticed
to tha bouaa,
PAY CHECKS HANDED OUT;
MEMBERS FREE TO LEAVE
From a Ptaff Correapondant)
UKCOLN, March 11 ((Special.) Fear
Ins; that mombers of tha legislature tnlprht
hike for home after they draw their last
pay check at tha end of tha alxty legls
latura days, Mr. Malteaon mmi up a'
motion to the deak thla afternoon eaUlrur
for a withholdlnir of the checka until
after the session waa over. Tha motion
failed to carry by a rota at JW to 44.
(Continued from Page One.
Waal Glre Meat Bar.
LIKCOliN, March It (BpeolaXV-A reao
lutlon wma- offered by tha elatma and da
flcienclea committee- of the- annate thla
momma; proposing; to aire to- tha Commonwealth-Power
copipany leave to aue
the elate for tha return of tha, 13.436 Xeo
It paid ln"Qctober, lV IU application for
a water power, rlrtt oa tha Loup having
been, turned down. ' '
. . . . .,
I have Rrt confidence that Nehraeka
can, In a fw years ha'e many hundred
of mllre of aood, pevel, roafln.
"I ur(rn upon you, the Importance of
Klvinir thla your earnel coniil'lcratlon.
The Importance of It will be readily eeen
at the preeent time In many part of
Nebraska. Tlie farmer have been unable
to move thelr etock and tlielr ptHln end
have euffered great Inconvenience on ac
count of bnd roada. In part of the rtate,
they will be unable to uae the publlo
hlRhmaya lefore late In the erring when
their farm work In demanding their time.
A dlaruwtlon of the material to be
Uaed la of vital Importance In b'jlldlna
the- hla-hwaya, aome of th etate
have mailu a mlHta'te, which hne coat
them linae euma of muney. 1 am of the
c pinion that the material to be lined
ahmild be riealKnatel 'n the law. eo that
n mlatake may occur In Nebraaka, pro
rvldei! we undertake t0 build eome good
Kery automobile uaer In thle atate
oould well afford to ray a tax of $tn
per annum, to be apent on the public
hlahwaya of our etate, and It would not
only te a eource of pleasure to have
roada we cnuld uae all aetiaona of the
yeor, but would. In the long run, be a
great eavlng In a financial way.
font and Moat a Uleeaae.
There la another mater, whlob I de
alre to call to your attention. I will
make no recommendation at thla time
but truat that you will give It your cuii-
alileratlon mo that you will be able to
act in a well mfuruied way before thla
. It la the matter of the foot and mouth
dlaeaaa among our cattle hog and eheep,
which haa put In lt appearance In dif
ferent eta tea of the union. Never In
the hlatory of thla country baa there
been an epidemic of a more mnllgnent
nature, or one which baa been more
detrimental to biiatnaea Intereata of the
country. It baa been a very destructive
dlaeaaq, en lining a loaa of million of
dollar In foreign oountrle and baa al
ready caused Insane reaching up In the
millions. In thla country.
Nebraska has been fortunate, up to
tha present tlfe, and tha Sanitary Uve
Htook board of our state I using every
means poaatbla to prevent the Infection
of any of the herds of thla state. Hut
It la of auch a contagions' form that
we have grave fear of bolng able to
My object m calling your attention to
this matter, la an you can dlscuae the
advisability of making an appropriation,
to bo left In tha hands of the Hanltary
1 Jve Stock board, or some atate official,
to reimburse anyone who might have a
loan, caused by thla disease.
I am Informed that the only way to
control the disease ta to Immediately de
stroy tha herd, which ha been Infented.
Jt la unfair to destroy a man' prop
erty, wniaji would be a menace' to tho
entire etate, without paying him for hi
took, in some of tha other atatea, the
government has been titandlng half of
tha lose and tha iU. where tha loaa
ooottrred. tha other half.
If you adjourn without making anme
provision, whereby this toes can be
looked after, should we have an out
break, it would be impossible to reim
burse anyone sustaining a loaa. At the
ewnt time, for fear that an emlriemlc
of thla kind will hreeJi out In Nebraska,
tha owners of cattle are unable to get
loans on cettle, heretofore considered the
beet security In our state.
hope you will give this vour eon.
Ideratlon, and If you deem It advisable.
mane an emergency appropriation berore
you adjourn. i
UNTIL NEXT MONDAY
(Worn a Ctaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 11 Spacial. Tha
enato adjourned thla noon until Hon day
forenoon, while tha bouaa quit bualnesa
thla evening until 10 o'clock Monday.
while tha member are paying tha last
Ylatt home of tha Beast on those wtio bare
no homes or have been placed on tha sift
ing oommlttaa, which means the sum
thing, will be working away In an" effort
to get tha files In shape so that moat of
th undealrabla and less Important bills
will be aent to tha aora heap.
The senate baa not yet found It neces
sary to appoint a sifting committee, as
over 300 bllla of tho tt Introduced In tha
upper body have bean disposed of. in one
way or the other, but It la possible th it
a caucus may be called Monday evening,
and among other things the matter of a
sifting committee may ooma up in order
to get away with the- least Important of
mon of IVuigla county, who Introduced
the bill two year ago and secured It
paeaage. came In for a lot of praise from
different members. The Mil of two year
ago was knocked out by the courts be
cause of Its unconstitutionality, but the
featuree which caused It downfall In the
court-have been eliminated and the bill
I expected to atand the teat.
A amended the Interest I prorated per
month at the annuel rate of V) per cent.
A brokerage charge of one-tenth of the
amount of the loan and H extra for ex
Negloy wanted to reduce the Interest to
per cent, but was unsuccessful.
Mining for Hay
is. New Industry
1MKRRE, ft. V., March It Stclal.)-
'Mining' for hay la aalu to be one of
the nneds of the occasion among rinchers
north of this city. They drive up to th
location of a hay stark, and open It from
the top, and soon are compelled to pitch
the hay out of a deep hole before It can
be loaded on their) aleeds, many of the
stacks being drifted under entirely, and
others merely showing as small rround
about the surrounding snow. The result
Is a present scarcity of feed. There Is
plenty of hay In the country, but It I
lmpoatle to get the atock either to the
location of the stack or haul the hay In
any quantities to where the toclt I lo
cated, and the stock rwners in pray
ing for a break In the weather condi
tions to allow the snow to settle o they
can get their atock and feed together.
WABHI.VOTON, March 12.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Mouth Dakota postinaatnra p
Iwilnted: Italic. Haakon count v, Mr.
Orace Henthln. vice K. f. Kltnson, re
signed; Stamford, Jackann countv, Mrs.
Mlnda C. Castle, ivlcm A H. Oray.
A poatofflce has been eatabllahed at
Fulton, Ooahen countv, Wyoming, with
Mr. (ale Miller aa postmaster.
Nebraska pension rranted: Julln A
Jennlngn. Phadron, $12.'
The poatofflce at Koll. Lyman county,
Pouth Ihtkota, hag been discontinued
Mall to Highland.
The United Rtatft National hank nf
Omeiia his been apnrovnd aa a reserve
agent for tho Central National bank of
HUM Passed Ky eaa.
8. F. 04, Mattes of Otoe Amends law
relating' to nnusJ-reporta.of caraorme
llona and fees and fixes same,
H. If. 228. Wilson of Dodge Pelnea tha
Word "week" aa regards legal notice.
Makes aawan aonaeouUvo daya count aa a
8. r" ttL Howell of Pougrse Provide
for' oonanlidatlon of school districts In
, Omaha and adjacent cities If consolidated.
- H.- K, im), Maesner of Webstar I ocreaaa
Iherlf fs milage on trips within tha county
(rm t to W osnta a mile,
. r. V Ktechel of Nemaha Amanda
law, ao aa to tnalie negotiable notea glraa
for fire Insurance befure the Isauanoa of
BlUa Paaad la Kama.
H. R. 7U OPrearldlnsT for inalntenanea
and general expense of state Institution
nt department. Carries total of el,O0o,
H. Jv '755 The general claim bill
paued tha hcMise. AppropHaiea t&OGo.
II, K. 441. Kelsner Adds penalties of
fin and Imprisonment tor violation of
law by proprietors of pool and billiard
II. K. 2T8, Ralsner A dope Dixon and
A ult survey to determine legal hound-
ri- of lands In . Mrant and Hooker
II. R. 309, Scott Author1iea second
rissa cirvs la levy a anecuU tai h
three-fourth vote Ait council, to provide
iiunii hmu uuq i-unttrui expansa umlled
to ILbQ per year.
11. R. !. atteana Otvea mA ,i
lern diKgers a -Una on land to Insure pay.
inent for thlr work.
H. It. SU, Lanlgan Permits owner of
I'roptrty lvUd .upon tor execution to
xlve bond and retain possession of It
pending Judicial determination, .
It It, 44. Mocketl Relieves bank of
liability fur damsgea where payment upon
a valid check la refused by mistake, un
y leas actual damage Is proven,
il. R. g.l, Lasgett I'rohtUts a school
board from employing a teacher after
being formally notified that she la under
contract In another district.
H. K. 7. I.albey Provides for a mu
liU Ijial reglstrallun In the spring of ll'ld
and every six years thereafter In litU-s
uf S.VUW ta S.uuO population.
Hrcosasseaded Pass by lloas
('sasBlttM tt hole.
H R. &4 Carrying sn appropriation of
tn.U)0 for Improvements sod new equip
ment st the South Brd and Valentine
fiah hatchwles. '
Hlief bill fr Csssle Dyer, the Phelps
iour.lv gul who lost her right arm In a
laundry an ij.-ut at the (Miiaha Plate
bchool for Ie. '
H. K. lW-Approprlates for Mrs.
June Kiory, Injured In sn accident at the
llialrioe Institute for r'evtile-Minded.
11. R. 1 Appropriates ti.uuo for Mrs. E.
I). Dilvis. widow ef deputy warden "at
the penitentiary, who was stabbed to
death by Albert Prince, a colored convict.
11. H. - 1V3 A bill fore the relief of
fiarpy county because of expense con-
wiiii tim oiioriy ur.y prison up- i
rUlng and the litigation following was
jeea iir some ajacuaaion, the amount
allowed being V.U12.
il. R. i-or the relief of Luc A
Tfcloert. whose bi.sband was killed In an
automobile Ao-ldent caused by the negli.
Si ft an employe of the Hasting In
sane asylum, was recommended in th
amount of li 000.
II. It. fc74 To reimburse C. F. Bucholi
for horses killed by th state on account
tl glanuera In the sum of $713.
11. K. t-Telephone utay eondemn
giuuad for right-of-way.
LEGISLATIVE? LEAGUE '
. ' . DINNER ON THURSDAY
Srom a Ktaff Oorreapondent.l
UNCOLN, March M.-(SpecUl)-The
fourth annual gathering of tha Nebraska
Legislative league will be held Thursday.
Tha meeting will be called a usual In
Representative hall right after edjoujar-
roent at I o'clock and tha officers will be
elected for tha ensuing year. In tha even
ing at o'clock, tha banquet will, be
held at tha Undoll hotel. W. J.. Taylor
of Custer county will preside and a pro
gram of fun, frollo and reminiscent talk
will be enjoyed. ,
LOAN SHARK BILL IS :
RECOMMENDED TO PASS
(From a Blaff Correspondent.!
I4NCOIJ4, March l!.-(Bpecla1.)-lf. K.
44, the bill known a the loan shark bill,
waa recommended fur passage at the lea
st on last night over the vigorous protest
or Soott of Hamilton, who aald that the
Interest waa too high.
In the discussion ex-Representative 1
' rt a
X ST TITS
Y . and
. a sale;
of ; real
Tou will find only
very - smart, xclualv
model. A comparlaon
la Invited. '
The HjDiise hi Menagh
"The Store for Gentlewomen"
1613 Farnam St.
35c and 40u Tooth Drusbea, every on guaranteed,
Saturday epeclal, at.
ft .00 rtoaud'g MUc Vtgetale.
75c Rubber Gloves 37?
J5c Sanltol Tooih Powder. 1.t
60c Pebeoo Tooth Parte. . .Jj-i t?
85c Oeculhe Ideal Hair Bruhea,
76c Oenuin Ideal llalr Bruslte.
76c Pompeltn Muasaca frem,
, ' 41
50e Pompelaa Night Cream 30
26c l.yon's Tooth Powder. . "f-
$1.00 Duffy'g Malt Whisky, ff
S6c Genuine Caatorla 12
fcCht Rromo Seltier llfa?
60c Cantnroi 20
10c Uaterlne 29
3&c Mentholatuin 14c
f 8.75 liorlltk's Malted Mils.
&0c Sal llepatira ;t t
S0c Carman Pace Powder .;t
76c Tlvoll Face Powder. . .45
$1.25 Uoutoibea Fare Powder.
25c Menuen'a Talcum Powder.
25c Colgate Talcum Poweer 13c
65c Geijtlemen'g All Leather
Pocket Bill Book 390
fl.00 Hood SaraaiarUU.t37c
$1.008. 8. 8 J7
IJ.76 8. a 8.
15th and Farnom Gts.
& COMPANY -
Military and Flare
Collars, of lace, net and
other sheer materials,
with supports to hold
them in shape.
High and Ixm Itoll Col
lars, V cat ere. Collar and
Cuff Ht and fSulmpea; the,
front nf the jrultnpea are ad
justable for high or low neck.
A laric aaaortment of col
lars at 25 "1 50.
Novelties in Orientals,
Chontilly and Filet
Flouncings ; narrow
widths to match.
1 Valenciennes, Torchon and
NoveJlT Lacee In all widths;
IdKht Vrnlae edges) and In
sertion. New Embroideries
Organdie, HwIns, Nainsook,
V'ollea, Crepe and Cam
bric, A Hovers, Kdte and
fTonnclnjr. Convent Fdgea
line Seta and Yokes for In
Like the later spying lowers in the garden, they are pop
ping up here, there, and everywhere all over the store.
Spring Suit Styles Are Alluring
Prices Are Very Reasonable
In our everlasting search through the fashion centers we have
chosen here and there choice models, always with a view to pleasing
the particular women of this city who demand distinction in dress.
Our Display of Spring Suits
Contains an abundance of moderately priced styles, every one
of which is a greater value than the price mark indicates.
$19.50, $24.50, $29.50, $35
New Trimmed Hats Adapted From the French
Each a beautiful, distinctive model, emphasizing the
latest approved shapes and colorings
$8.75, $10, $12.50 and $15
Saturday We Will Feature
The New White and Black Hats,
The New Georgette Sailor,
The New Gage Sailor.1 .
Special at $10, $12.50 and $15
A visit entails no obligations' to purchase. We are
always glad to show what we have to any interested buyer.
t . Second Floor.
A Special Sale of
Regular price 19c, Sat
25c White Ivory Combs,
Special . . . .19
35c Orange Flower Skin
Food ... . 19
Powder Papers . 5$
60c Candy, 39c
Fine Assorted Chocolates,
i : 80a quality
1-pound box.ef .39?
v 2-pound box " - - 78j?
TableCenter Aisle. .
A good quality linen paper, BO
sheet of paper and &0 en
velopes to the bo - 25(f
Separate boxes of 100 en
velope ..... 35
Separate boxea of 100 sheets
of paper - -. . - - ; 25
A Glove Special
- At a time you need it. So exceptional that you
,v,; can, hardly .permit-the opportunity. .to pass. ,
50c Chamoisette Gloves 39c
Saturday ONE THOUSAND pairs of fino Chamois
ette Gloves, one' of the most popular fabric gloves.
Regular 50c quality, in white only
Saturday, for One Day, 39c a Pair
The Store for
P r e s e n t s for Saturday
twenty-five NEW Mod
els of Charming Spring
Blouses, for - - $6.50
Exclusive Agents for
DRAHDE1S THEATER aSS:
Tho Fun Haricot Cornorod
THE KINO OF LAUQHLAND"
Praaouaead 7 tha Vrasa aaa Fnblla Svarrwhara "The Oraataat
ComaAj Xr rroaooad."1
,maaarg.!t'.l''i-iuij :, " ffisa '
A Ili-SMl Ksrsteaa Coaaear Oraat4 Solalr fa Iauma
Baclae Wlva a Tmat - . JBada Wtta a BWac
IFYOU COTTUntlTto LAUGH STAYat NOME
NktlisM, a ana S:M aU aaata 10 esate.
kiata, TW aaa aaasa 10 aad aa ea.
' ENTIRE ORANDCIG ORCHESTRA
" Telephone Douglas 3100
y iihsu an. i j t '.' sin 'I in"
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. . i in. mi i nil.. lu, mini. a.tinl.U!
Grand Opening Tonight
Showing tho World's Best Motion Pic
tures. Featuring for the Opening:
M Her Greatest Success,
Complete Symphony Orchestra
Every Afternoon and Evening
And a Host of Other Surprises.
tower Floor, 25c and Iftc. First Bal
ron), 15c and 10r. al lUlcony, loc.
KUdh Todar. t:SOi Toaia-M.
I.aat rsrtomaaoa at
MERELY MARY Mil
ltata. WsA, TUar., Bat aSat
slla-kts, ao and aoo.
Barla. Sua. Kal, "KAroOST." Taaa-.
Soul.tr airlU, sraa Oh Qnartstta
asslst4 by rontsaaUs Olsa Clu.
ao Toloaa, la awlaetioaat avia-ollsMa,
X.aala lutilu Iduabis). 0 Xiatttun.
15th and Harnay
XJLST TUII TODAT.
' A ThiOla raraaaaaat rtotarlaasia
of iMUlroaa XiUa,
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
Prices: Oallary 10c: Best Saata I S-59-7 J e
onwk rtm emma."
Sallr Mat, lt-ae-BOa.
UST TIMES TODAY
A a CtlBMUr Puach aaarsaUs
ras BILLY WATSON'S Hw
laAAl-tV turn Mat1 WMk Xay.
tu 4 Waak: itnMk al-aMv iN ' 'Treo.iKu. "
DIOGEXE8 asd a lantern bat
tha i4o-dXa baaiaeaa man In
OaoAh mmern th adTrtiatn( col
mnna of Th Boo.
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