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iTWO TRUSTY DEMOS
PRIED JFROH JOBS
j Rome Agrees to Bills WLich So
i Away with the. Fire &nd Hotel
SENATE WILL PROBABLY C05CUE
(From fttaff CorrJeporvVnt.)
, LINCOLN. Merch Spe lal.)-Con-olidatlon
of departments, lenlaletlna;
'triad ami true democrats out of office
a stunt TrformM by the house this
( morning on recommendation of the house
, finance commute. House roll KS, placing
ph fire commission under the jurisdiction
i of the labor commlaalon and nous roll
,1k, consolidating the hotel oommlsstn
; with tha fo commlasln. Mh passed with
,ovte to spare, tha former wtlh only
i t wenty-flve vote acatnst It and tha lattar
. with but fifteen arainst It.
This ncntu .that Fire . Commissioner
, Illdcrell will hav to to ftark to Alllanoa
jand Oolonel Phil Ackerman bark on tha
1 road. Both have been able lieutenants
I of tha governor In past campaigns and
I hare many tlmea earned their spur aa
I democrats brave and true,
j To be thus rudely deprived of their
Jlofos by a democratic committee and a,
'democratic houae Is the hardest blow of
jail. Whether the senate will concur la
'the bouse action remains to be seen, but
'it probably will
Keimbursing Those '
Whose Stock Killed
fPYom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 23. (RpeVlal.)-A
resolution signed by Messrs. Stelnmayer
and Hornby wa adopted In the house
Tuesday morning expressing the sense of
the chamber that an emergency appro
priation bl should be proposed t the
legislature by Governor Morekead to re
imburse owners of cattle which may be
afflicted with foot and mouth dlxaase
and killed by the order of I he Live Btock
Hanlta.iT board, Tha rote on this ques
tion was aim out equally divided,', but
Speaker Jackson declared It carried.
Oa motion by aft. Mockett. the houae
referred senate tile No. 188 from tha sift
ing committee . back to the insurance
commlttoa'.v Mockett frankly said that hie
purpose waa to have tha bill killed. It
exempts all Insurance companies except
life companies; from the statutory pro
vision forbidding sals of notes taken in
payment for first premiums on Insurance
mils Reeontmesdeel t 1'aas by1 the
Reaate f'nearalttee of the Whole,
8. V. 233, Mallery of Box Uutte-Makes
tivspaes upon railroad right-of-way a
ttiUKUtraoamor. Amended so as to apply
only to cities and towns.
li. R. I, Ltndsey Olves holder of School
and lease first option to rew, provided
his Improvements are of t dralue of litO
an acre. Amended.
8. K. I, alaliery of Wo Uutte Puts ad
ministration of workmen's compensation
it tlwf laltelya wlia the labor cemmlit
s'onsr. li. R. 131, faa Maker road overseers
leniovable from office by oounty com
niWloners . ia oases of refusal to ooey
li. It B2, IToatettler and llarrie-IJmfts
exemption of firemen from poll tax. Jury
service, to tbe oounty In which they live.
11. It Sal. lloffmelater and I earns
t.ite Instead of counties to pay expenses
and comix-neatlon of commlMloners of
water dietrtota. i
H. R. 27. tUearna of Scott's Bluff Au
thorises irrigation districts to enter Into
'ontracts fur purchase of wator supply
irm federal govrrnjiient.
H. R. b-i, Naylor Ail a. hocl houses two
atorles til nil muet have fire ewraiies.
H. It. . Hyiwk-t'hlet deputy game
.tame warden may appoint sis dnptitles
instead of three at nut more than ii'10 a
month. Nw appointed b governor.
ft. F, V. Wecatifr of A'eter Makes
ale of impure ice for domestic purposes
a mind etnean nr.
11. P , Tlbliets Provides for submit
ting to -voters -the auuetln of county
iiSxiiway )mmlMloiwr system.
11. H. JOU, eimlth Time for holding prt
mnr iin.l ancutral election from a m.
lo 8 p. Ul. for holding oixm polle.
H. R. 9A, Kioli mond Provides that
when to per cent of the legal voters of a
oonty snail stKii a tt'tltiou for sn !ue
of bonds for building a court bouse, the
lioaixl shall Issue same In lieu of an elec
tion. Tbe levy shall not exceed i mills on
Uie dollar fend not amount to over iwio.enu
H. H. M. l)a(oe of Johnaon Ttles of
the seoofel nlass shall not be liable tor
InWtM artln from defective street es
cept upon thirty day' notice.
K It let. Snas-i'rovWea for written
report fey drainage dlsUtct boards.
BUI raaeesl hy tfce "eaate.
K. K. 1. CJaybura Mor drastlo weed
mowing Jaw. . ,
It. R t-n, Lancsuiter ivleratlon .
at.ls Wncola city counctl to create sub
urban paving districts and to assess cost
on ail lend benefited.
H. K. ItsJ of PlatteTtrllevea the
stdte auditor of duty of supplying county
tin with certain re-'orda
il. lii Ctunin Atithorlrew 1m In
Huners to isaue license of sale to
guiird'ast t property.
li. H. U. Oronlit Authortaea Judge In
chambers to maae heirs proper detenu
aais. Bills Passed hy the Hease.
Tl. R. Drvosedow Double shift for
fifimn in (Jtirntn.
li. 1. 4ta lvancaster IWUiKatlon t'ro-
vMtf for creatum of districts and tvu-
tng sixHtai ta.xea to improve ruaaa tee a
It. tnta liltroln.
li. K. MU l-'oeter Appcoprlitee . to
futniah new building at Orlhoiillo hoa-
PUkI, L4n- oln.
li. K. CVInklaw and Usgett Abol
Inti. a iunt-T noruml I.ojI.
li. H it2. Ktullmnn tn Others Ap
propriate fn'torniK tit funds lor toe stall
iurtui an lun.
11. It i". l'.aan arxl NI.-hol-Appt.
l-ii.tra S-vaO for a new lirtlJUig at Ner.
io'k hcMi4 for iniwine.
li. it. Kaurfman and OthraAp-
pi,oriMt illtrarv fofids of ati&te rmtiikftl
a h.Miis fr mr.hatng bvfka and sap-
X. It. ITT. lluetor Antt hu kt siiop bill.
it. it 4. Irrlnatlon t 'utmnitKK i-lnoia
t-r faucer it ai'i liw to trtitr-fiv
it It. (41. N'egWy-Prurhlee that time
a ti-i )4ac of 04.1 1 n d ihikumi fur -
it'ifl of o-iv.4fi .,f cijMty r4iraiiena
aiiwll t i.riet r.iafHa
it It hrlrv-'rvl.ls tbet sxildlr
e,tvv ivrixiluni 'iH orlrH l ior
iitiit en ti- mrwia t, a rlty er VI. Ui,
a.i-f ai irit..n ei in. tta tfnL
ii it. .J. Ti-Ttr- A . l.. a r-4iai4
' n f aril or mi nmtcr real easate
ir'tl v li,r of ei.irt
It. Ik. Nl . I. l i h A.,.,e miltil.- p It-
t-a ie in.a iat ia4 l.c lla
I i..uMri v ar ayS eKti
t ,4 .r allal.L! rakMlialre lit Ikltl
Cilte Salllea tm haae Ilea.
II H v t,. if s at !al lit
t it tvutt aei- ua t teat tarie
H II e;L. N 'Ua-ILv .lrls aeu!ir
tfc.rfcwa i i.ntiahl. l ,v.t M ftl
'ri . ni.i. -n aai . , ai a ) irvratta
.r- 5 I r I. .
U ( ..iy-r UWl ,unt.
li-a -4 Ua.-4
MME. CURIE, one of the
dif covercrs of radium, has
been mentioned several
times in official French
communiques for her
bravery in the trenches,
where she is working with
the Red Cross corps.
Big Horn Oil Rig
Burns Near Greybull
BABIN, Wyo., March 23 -peclal Tele
gram.) At J o'clock this morning, the
Big IVrn Oil and Oa company, one of
the pioneer companies In the Itasln Grey
bull .field lost anotherVlg by fire, which
siarxeo just aner it hart nrr-UKht in a
Splendid oil well on the Alford tract, Just
above Oveybun. The drilling was pro
ceeding when the mtn were "astounded
by a rush of oil from the hole the dropping
of the 'oil on to the conls fif the forga
and "the whole maae of. equipment blffst
Into . flames. - The loss Is about ?,.
Thli Is the second rig burned for the com
pany within the last three month and the
second ' burned under Superintendent
Iamb's twenty years work In the field.
Judge Who Tried
Frank Case Dead
NEW: YORK, March . former Judse
U 8. Roan of Atlanta, who tried 'and
sentenced Lo M. Frank for the murder
of Mary I'hagan, died here today in -the
Polyclinic hospital, where he "had. been
patient Bines February, 20. It waa, r
ported that death was due to cancer, but
this the hospital authorities would ' not
confirm or. deny. . "
NO MONEY THIS YEAR V l7T.'
FOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY
From a Btaff forreponi1ont. ' '
LINCOLN, March 23 fBpedal.t-Amon
the bills slated for the' legislative gYave
yard la the one providing for supreme
court,' library and historical building on
the site, at the corner of sixteenth and HI
Streets, In tAncoln. The two bills propos
ing appropriations for a 'state printing
plant are achedulfd for the same fat.
IMPUTATION is a
pretty shore cure for
. rheumatics, but it
ain't recommended much.
The patient might miss
the leg sometime. ,
THERE arc ways and ways
of taking the biteM out of
tobacco. But there's one way
to make tobacco cool and mel
low, and still leave all the true
tobacco taste and fragrance in
it. That's Nature's way the
When the best of Kentucky' Bur
ley has received two years careful
curing, it takes on an aged-in-the-wood
mellowness and becomes VELVET,
The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco.
If you are "breaking in" a pipe, let
VELVETS mellowness "season" it.
If your pipe is already "broken in," let
VELVET bring out the bet that's ia it.
GALE STOPS FIGHT
IN THE STRAITS
Allied Ship. Are Unable to Leave
Anchorage at North of Darda
nellei Because of Storm.
MORALE OF THE CHEWS IS FINE
PAMS, March 23. A gale Mow
through the nardanellea atralts yes
terday and the allies' ships did not
leave their anchorages, sayg a Haves
dispatch from Athens. The morale
of the crews on the vessels of the
Franco-British fleet Is said to be ex
cellent, notwithstanding their losses,
and they are eager to get Into ac
tion. It seems certain that forts Chanak
Kaleeal. Hamldfeh and Kllld Dahr still
are capable of offering a stubborn re
sistance. A number of Turkish field bat
teries have been posted alonr the straits
and Oerman howrtsers nave been mounted
on rails so they rsn be moved quickly to
threatened points. This Is supposed to
explain the firing from certain forts, such
aa Kum Kale, which were supposed to
have been destroyed.
How Bostft 'WeBt Doea,
(Handing at salute, and shouting 'Vive
la France" the officers and crew of the
French battleship. Bouvet, sunk In the
Dardenellcs on March IS, went down with
their ship, according to the Tenedoes cor
respondent of the Athens Patrls, who
thus, described the action In which the
Kouvet and Gaulols were engaged:
"The captain of the Bouvet had been
ordered to cross a dangerous mine son
and force a passage to Chanak Kaless,
thus making the allies the master of the
strait as far as Nagata. At 11 :M the
Bouvet was five miles from Chanak and
was firing at Fort Pardanua It had
crossed two mine sones. The Osulots
followed, firing all Its guns. The com
mander of the Bouvet y a aklllful ma
neuver, avoided two mines which wers
exploded by a destroyer, . but a third
struck It In the region of her mugasines
and It sank by the head.
"Seven survivors of tho Bouvet climbed
Into a boat and spent the night In a bay
on tha European side of tb straits. They
were taken off the next day by a British
"When the captain of the Gaulols saw
the Bouvet was sinking he ordered 'full
steam ahead without an 'instant's hesi
tation, but his ship had been struck seven
times and he Was obliged to put back,
anchoring off Mavrals Island.''
A dispatch from Mytllene says a di
vision of the allied fleet Is still keeping
watch on the gulf of Smyrna.
A Oreek chip picked up a floating mine
near Imbros island and another was found
by fishermen near Lemnos.
LAWMAKERS WILL BE
GUESTS OF CITY CLUB
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
MNCOLN. March .-(3peclal.)-Th
law-makers of the present legislature will
be the guesta of the Lincoln Commercial
club at a banquet to be held, at the club
on Wednesday evening, March SI. An in
vitation from President Market of the
club was read In the senate thlalnornlng.
fXAPKS, Neb.. March . (Hpeclal.)
At a recent meeting of - the school board
of this place Superintendent J. I Zink
was re-elected, Alias Gertrude Wilcox was
elected aa principal. Miss Madeline Hor
ton aa aesittant principal and the follow
ing as teachers In the grammar school:
Adlal Johnson, Morgan t'avla, Loretta
(liven, Kusan Zlegler, Ethel Masters and
BEUB-IL.K-K.V-MBIt. France, March!
23. (Via Tsrls.) ven German prisoners'
of war were drowned here today. A se
vere storm was raging on the coast and
they went down to the beach to watch
the breakers. They took up a position on
a large oscillating rork. The big waves
started the stone swsying and the men
were thrown Into the sea and drowned.
Mn. R. C. Beraer.
M COOK, Neb., March 21. (Special. )
Mrs. B. C. Ilargcr of the Zlon Hill relgh
brrhood, this county, died Sunday on the
farm, fifteen miles northwest of this city.
Funeral-service were held at Zlon Hill
Btreaarthens More br'a. Helps
Take six drops of Sloan's Liniment four
times a dsy snd apply to small of back.
It kills pain. All druggists. Advertise
ment. fml of Prlatlnst Bills.
LINCOLN. ' March 25.-Speclal.)-Prlnt-Ing
the house bills by the Slabs Journal
company coct the state HIV).). Auditor
Pmlth has approved a warrant for tat
Rent room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
1 TUUH UA5
V lilLL aiilUhUV
This WONDERFUL FIRE
LESS COMBINATION GAS
RANGE actually pays for
itself by saving gas. (See it
in operation at the special ex
hibit and demonstration at
our store every day this week.
East' and South
Illinois Central R. R.
CHICAGO- HOT SPRINGS
Connections for All
FINEST ALL-STEEL EQUIPMENT
Information, Tickets, Etc., at
City Ticket Offics
407 Go. 1Gth Street
Phone Doug. 2G4
District Paaancr Agant,
t 49 SMS csstsmtn anjn. ,i
a' B AW. mmm SMaaTW I
Exp Ckmrgmt tsdJ
tW ran haee eeear trta? TTaTwar Wtakev
a initMt. ataU ea uwaiaiiii Wcasie
maHaTnn S wawij aaai
a fait avt kak cf lmrmr titw
aaa. n"""a"IM4. llaaXLx'i,
a 0m4 wr.aikav af aae laat SaaS
laai i t na tar U. B. tie.amaaaml'alavaaat
t"mp N fuity aa4. tall
MS swiaf. ful Saaaawae awra aa slaaia
Saai aa aaarv war. V e take ae h isi-e
mm ara m mi .Se ajfart luu.an M
awt-kwa t ea.as) aa yanra
nl li'.i.MI, ca ni k4
a aa um aate mr if ywm liav
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fl YOOIl GflSJ
Bketched from a model shown
at Lurlle's priTMte Opening,
Y., jcroen marqtilsetto flounces,
bound with white' satin pointed
bodice, button up the front.
All the material to make any
gown now shown In the silk
Special Showing of Misses' and
Children's . Hats Wednesday
Mothers are Invited to Inspect this interesting
. display. Special designs assure appropriate-'
ness and Individuality to onr millinery created
for youthful wearers.
Tailored and Dress Hats, $2.75, $3.95,
$5.00, $6.75 up to $12.50
One group comprises hats for Misses and Chil
drenNew Bailors and Tokes, Mushroon all
the latest shapes for street and dress wear.
They are deslfrned especially for girls from
8 to 16 years.
THOMPSON, KELDEN & CO. Second Floor.
A BIG SPECIAL SALE
At Tha Central Furniture Store
ONE DAY CNYL--SATURDAY, MARCH 27
Hundreds of beautiful rug bought di
rect from the mills at a lalsr discount on
account of the large number Involved In
the purchase, enable us to put tho entire
shipment on SPECIAL. 8 A US for this
nii? day only at a price -which will mean
a positive saving 10 yu 01 si teasi one-.
half ttvarv rus Is absolutely Derfert N
none are mis-matched J or mis-woven.
There, are hundreds of patterns, all very
choice and of the lstest designs, many- of
them are In the allover patterns, while
others have the medallion centers. There
Is also a big assortment of sixes ia nearly
all of the different designs. It you need,
a rug now or expect to In the near future,
you should take advantage of the ex
tremely low prices that will prevail dur
ing this sale and for THIS ONE DAT
ONL.T, SATURDAY, March 27th. As
jaual you may make your own terms.
to North Dakota
On tale every Tuesday
Ksr. (8 to pr. 27, Inc..
via St. Paul
See this land of wonderful
fof full sauueutara. aseJy te
J J- M ELLEN, Gm'I Agent
1 T J MOI-J Fsraaai (treat
f " 1 f Oataha. M.k.
iTsiesbeee Dssstss 1740)
Tlie Silk Goods Opening Continues
All This Week Revealing Hand
some Colors and Spring Weaves
Silk and Wool Bengalines
Silk Failles ,
Silk Crepe de Chines
These are the prominent fabrics in the exhibit, but the
richness of the stock, the weaves, and the new colors will
be a revelation. Plain weaves and pliin colors are most in
evidence, but there is, also, a varied choice in other effects
displayed throughout the silk section.
See the New Silk, Gros de Londres $2.25
Quality, 36 inches wide, we are Introducing
NOW, is the great buying time. It is not one day too
early for a woman to make her selection of materials for her
new gown. When the bright days come you'll feel like
donning new things; and the first new thing you will want
will be a NEW DRESS.
J See This Extraordinary Value in our Sixteenth Street
Window. ' v
FIRE ' .
W. Charles Sundblad
CHICAGO BOVDING and
KANSAS CITY, MO.
StaUBank Bldg., Omaha
PHONB RED 1293.
The Beer You Like
Fred Krug Brewing Co.
Crtsa fcr Pint HiJf-
JUb WHa, 3c lor
cica liJ'.tionil Bill titer
atttr lor ft luUnct jm
rUa. la ekirjt m V
if tr ritunitA.
Wattia Time at SVete
t tlM ret Keav.
"Tiaal 8 Oa aat-TUse
.Trlt-fbuM !(. sVO.
Gros de Londres
' Satin Meteors
Pussy Willow Taffetas
All Lateat Style and Colors In
- Spring HaU, $3.00 Values;
$1.C0 Caps 50c ; ; "
J. Helphand Clothing Co.
314-16 North 16th Street
The quality printer arges
hit K customer to spend
money for good engravings,
because it is money well
spent. The lest vrinter in
:i the basinets cannot get re
L i salts out of an inferior cat.
We make them- to sail the
Mat. Today, ti30 Tonight and Week.
Oee. SC Oohaa's aisr Moahaal OeaMay.
Katlaeea Wat, Tburs.. at. tSes
TsT larats, tfte-ooo. TsTe aatvaaee La TMtoea.
TuesAay. Beauty Hiabt. '
The Ceiebretea Tea or.
rheae fierur. a4
Daliy atata. :!
BVa4 lhaw. Ptreetlea ef Btai-Ua sek.
lka AOU TtU Wad
a Iaa-la, W.O. Sta.
aldoaaall a Kla...
Uaabar'a Waika U .
aakatt A Olrlta.
Btaal m Blaaaa Haaatoa.
Ufaa.uta inw wiir. rrwaa MaUaaa. aa:
lair. H-H lull aarM ralaraar aa4 Sa
4aj). He. Xiihta, a, s. aaa a4 TV.
-ei&AJiATt m cx arras."
Deity atas. tfaaaoav
Sria. Ih-mt ta Tte.
TK EaClCVlAT CISLS ifl'
With "Tsfitlefoot" AL at. llVil itael
Crosby. I'rnninal tkorao. Vauas
villa I nr hirtaa 'fm.ro'' Juniplaa Jus
slar; Mnnrta A Cwnrball; Miae rYoauy
an.t l4t(l I'awl " LVraut C'horua
laisaf SHase taalae Week laeya.
WUl PsaraaU ny taiartM-
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T. w. o. a, atate aa. aaa w. m.
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Vji hat u tmnxitc co.re. its
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