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THE MAI: OMAHA. I'KJDAV, A PHIL
SIFTERS OF HOUSE
ARE GIVEN A JOLT
Farmers of Lower Body Get To
gether and Rush Measure to Pro
Tide Rural Credits.
ANOTHER MEASURE IS LIFTED
LAND STURM TROOPS' WINTER QUARTERS The photograph, taken in northern Po
land, shows how the kaiser's troops housed themselves during the rigorous Russian
(From a Staff CorTnixindcnt.)
LINCOLN. April 1. Fpecial.)-The eifl
Ins; commit tw of th house averrufed
today for the first tliw when the house j
' advanced to the slftinff file, over Its had.
the rural rredlt bank bill, house roll No. 1
K2, whrh Is backed by the Farmers' i
union. The motion to do thla was offered 1
by Mr. Dau, hlmnolf a mombrr of th"
sifting committee, who had trie.! In vain
to art favorable action upon It. Blxty
Oiree vote wr re cast In favor of the mo
tion and twenty-three against It.
Complaint waa mada by tha bill' friends
that tha fsrmera In the house, of whom
. ther are forty, had not txn given enotiifh
representation on the alftlna; committer.
Eleven of the fifteen member of that
committee are lawyers, merchants or
i banker, and only one of tha entire fif
teen resides on a farm,
Another Hill Raided.
Another rebuke was administered to the
sitting committee fcy the . adoption of a
motion to Mine "ttcniM roll Ho.-iM, by
Andersen (Doyd), memorlaUilnK congress
for a constitutional amendment for the
election of president and. vice president
by fl'eef vnt. It rarrled by 7 to 43.
Thla ended the business of Jumping bills
over tha atftlnir eommlttee'a head. Ani
other- attempt of that kind wa made by
Messrs. OsXerman and Cronln, who
wanted their bill providing- a new system
of taxing th Pullman Car company
resurrected. A roll call on tha motion re
sulted to .
Mr. Barrett also tried, unsuccessfully,
to raise his minimum wage commission
hill housa roll No. lit, and another mo
tion to place .house roll No. 298 on the
sifting file ws likewise lost.
After failing to get favorable action on
tha Pullman bill, Mr., Cronin moved that
all bills on the sifting file which wero In
troduced by member of the sifting com
mittee should b indefinitely postponed.
This called forth acme spirited remarks,
the notion waa lost, 10 to 88.
. BILLS KILLED IN SENATE
(Prom a Waff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April 1 (Special.) Tha sen
ae went on tha war-path this morning,
killing Important lower house measures.
The Ull killed wora tha proposed con
solidations of. the flra commission with
the labor eatnmlsBlon and the hofel com
mission with th food oommlaslon, and
the bill for a supreme court elected by
Tha two office consolldstlon bills wera
killed on tha unfavorable report of the
standing committee by a vrva voc vote.
Not a alngle voice w raised In their
behalf and their death waa but the af
fair of a moment. Th bill war orig
inally Introduced by th finance commit
toe of the house, of which Norton la
chairman. They wer housa roll No. to
MANY BILLS ARE KILLED
WHEN TIME. LIMIT COMES
From a Halt Correspondent ) '
LINCOLN. April I (Speclal.)-In th
slaughter of bill In the senate because
the tin ellmlt had expired there went
down to death Dodge short ballot bill
providing for election of the governor and
lieutenant governor and the appointment
vt the rest of the state officers by the
Aonlher bill by Todge failed, No. Vt,
providing for an employment bureau; al"0
No. H for a correction farm. Also No. 117,
tiy Qulnby. prescxlhlng rate on electricity
by public utilities, and Deals' agricul
tural acUvtUsa bill.
Th Be Want Ad Are Best Business
Booster. ' "
1 C.ac Coaatr Natea.
BEATRICE, Neb.. April 1. (SclU
About m hemd of horse wer sold at
'wymora Wednesday, soma et which will
h r.wr4 to ruropa to ba used tn th
war. Tha sal amounted to flO.OM and
horse aeld a Mich aa lira) and X.
Thr was spirited bidding throughout
ith day and th auctioneer had little
troubl lit disposing tit tha stock at good
Oliver Malatead 'nS Mary Drollery,
fcoth of thl city, war married Wednes
day afternoon by Jadg , Walden.
"Tiz"-ra Joy to .
Sore; Tired. Feet
"TIZ" for aching, burning,
puf fed-up feet, and corns
?. a .
I "riMIWI III III I il liylWBa.fLg;JVXiayz1
NO NEW LIBRARY STRUCTURE
Home Finance Committee Alto Pott
ponei Ueature for Hittorical
LITTLE CHANCE OF ITS PASSAGE
(Prom a Ptaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 1. (Spoclal.)-Any ac
tion by the present legislature to provide
for a new building In which tha supreme
court,- statn library and state historical
society may be adequately housed was
rendered Improbabla by. the filing of a
report by the finance committee of the
house today, Indefinitely poetponlng
houaa roll (AO. the hill providing for a
levy' of 4 mill for two year to create a
fund for that purpose.
An attempt will probably be made to
reverse this a(ln and bring the bill out
upon th floor, but It appear to be fore
doomed to failure.
Th finance committee also recom
mended for Indefinite postponement the
Lanlgan bill, huus roll M6, appropriating
th sum of tt2T.,oOO to erect a state library
building on ground ' west of th capltol
SENATOR GRACE FALLS
FOR APRIL FIRST JOKE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April l.(Speclal.)-enator
Jack Orac fell th victim of an April
fool joke in the senate thl morning.
Grace was an ardent antl-annexatlonlst
and beloved accordingly by all th an
When a page told him- thot'Boulh
Omaha wanted him on th telephone h
almost '"ran", to answer tha call. He
found no one on tha wire and came back
only to be greeted by roar of laughter
let loots by his follow senator at hit
Good bye sore feet, burning feet, swol
len feet, smelling feet, tired feet.
GtKKi-bya corns, callouses, bunion and
aw spota No mora rUoe tightness, no
iiioi Uniting with puln or drawing up
your face in agony. "TIZ" la mak-al.
acta right off. 'TIZ" draws out all the
linonou exudations which puff ua the
feet. "TIZ "mid wear smaller shoes.
I'sa TIZ" and furgut your foot misery.
Get a S cent - box of "TIZ" now at
uiy druggist or dc-rartmeot store. Don't
suffer. Jlav good feet, glad feet, feet
that aever swell, never burt, never get
tired. A year's tout comfort guaranteed
'it money refunded
flake Teething Easy for Eaby
I. .j ; if S wCi-k.2 'jP
A CPLENDSD nCCULATOFl
t'jr.aY VCETa;le-k3T cot
Mllla i'uM-d by the .
' 8. F. 214. Bplik of Kallne Providing for
ascertaining the amount of freight due
on rarloala at dektlnation and e.nalty
tor collecting mora than amount due.
II. H. 174. Matleson and ltostettler
Provides for 'the acrptanoo of endow
ments by cemetery saauciatlona.
H. 11. AH. t'aroe ana rauerson menus
ure food law so a to Include Imitation
fllicB and preaerves among the foods
vihoM Inrtdle4it must be Dranieo.
' ii. K. Su6, Latoa and t'atteraon Amends
weights and measures law so aa to 'dl
vtd state Into six district for purposes
of Inspection. "...
11. H. Relsner of Thoroa Adopt
th ltxon and All survey for disputed
school land In Urant sna tiooner coun
ties. ii R. tat. Iincaster County r4ege-
tion-Makea more specific the power of
the Lincoln city oouactt to compel prop,
erty owner to corniest up with aamlary
tl. H. lt. Incater County Delegation
Hiniioweis city coun II to pave within
l.Ui feet of the city hall on per cent
If. R. 4CS. Estcs of Cheyenne ProvMes
new apportionment of school on partbil
basis of territory insiean oi rni-reir on
st hool census, aiding , thinly populated
ii K. -JUS. Hunter Provides .for .audit
of Omaha Water board accounta by state
11. -R. ). ln-aalr iieiegaiion-r.m-powers
Lincoln city council to sell un
used nubllo property worth laaa than
lio.ou at public auetton.
II. ft. 4il. Lancaster Delegation Km
powers Hoard of Control of state Insti
tutions to slirn for paving.
II. K. 1N3. Khermaii Judaea and clerks
of election to receive ceuta an hour as
long as they morn.
Killed by tha Irsatt ('owaalttea at
II. R. lannlsan of Oreeley Pro-
Vltlea for elertkon of supreme court Jue
lice by districts, except th chief jus
tice, who is to be elected at large.
H. r. l"Oi oy tosi or i'uuias vouiiit
Delegation A bill fur the em-ouraaement
of the building of Interurban railroads,
amending tha atovks and bolide act.
Killed by Ifsil Third Heaala.
U.K. 144, Iafo and Johnson Relates
to division fence. ...
Killed by llvaae la tomsalttea af
M. R. M3. Anderson of Hoyd-Provhllng
thsl eeement should b eQUMlise.1
firot hv praelnct and township boarda
and afterward by county boarda. '
HttnsitB4'4 ta Pass by Haase
('asatltlea at M kale.
H. K. L'4-Prohlliltlng private srhool
from selling notes uen for advance pay.
meiit of filUoll. until two week alter
students have entered hool.
8. K. AlloM first -class title to
Issue auilltorlurn bonds.
a K. 2t fixing salarlaa of officer In
cities of the class of Alliance.
H. K. 14 Providing that gfaduatea of
the pharmaiy cuiiran at tha state univer
sity ktiall be entitled to cert Kit ales with
out examination by atate buard.
II. K. t'erniltttiiK lui'ster and
IkiuirUa counties to maintain fiscal agen
cies ia New York.
(Irrfari Osssaltlea Kasaed.
btaker Jackson appointed Maasra
Ncgley. Kriea and Staarna aa a confer
eace cunmntieo on senate file No. t, th
Omaha lighting MIL
Bill in Legislature
(From a'Htaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. . April 1. (Rpeclal.) As an
Indication that senate, file 47, the anti
Insurance compact bill, I meeting with
approval In other place thin the large
cities, J. W. Phorthlll. state v:cretary of
tha Fatmers Elevator and Livo Stock
s.ioclatlon of Hampton, h(r given lili
endorsement of tho meajttiro and along
with It give some reaaonn why the bill
should become a law, showing the rates
In fore and tha Injustice of the present
He ssy line elevators get rates of tl
on grain and II -S on buildings and even
less while farmer' elevator and private
concern pay In some Instances a high
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LTNCOLN. April 1. (Special.) House
roll 134, th aBarrett minimum wag bill
Waa killed today, tha vota atamllnar M
ynaa, to 63 nay. All of th Douglaa county
aeiegauon voted for the bill except
Hunter, while Lundgren and ralmer wer
absent Mr. Barrett exhibited a letter
written by Lout D. Brandela of Boston,
which stated that he thought that No. 134
wa far preferable to No. 27, th Howard
bill, which wa also killed.
SENATE PASSES BILL -l '
f AFFECTING LANDSURVEY
LINCOLN. April l.-(Spec!al Telegram.)
The senate abandoned It usual practice
of reservlna Thursday sftor
jmltte meeting entirely, long enough to
par lx bill on third reading. The only
very Important measure wa H. R. 258.
adopting tha line of the Dixon eurvey
In th achool land dispute In Grant and
Hooker counties. It I expected that the
constitutionality of tha law will be as
sailed la th courts, on th ground that
ao school land may be given away.
ADDRESS TO LEGISLATURE
(Trom a Btaff Correspondent. )
LINCOLN. April l.-(Speolal.)-John M.
Thurston-visited th atat house this aft.
ernoon and on motion of Richmond of
Douglas was tnvlted to talk to the house.
Mr. Thurston talked only a few minute.
ui.-i7 wa.jr ion ioui ii seamea goua to get i
back to Nebraska. I
SCOTT GETS ALL COMING
Hamilton County Member on Deck
at Salary Time," in Spite of
GREAT APPROPRIATION FIGHTEB
(From a Staff 'Correspondent.) .
LINCOLN. Arril 1. (Special.) Al
though a pcfslstcrlt objector to paying
overtime for employes of the housa and
fighting nearly every bill that carried
an appropriation. Representative Scott
of Hamilton county has drawn full pay
for the entire session, drawing his last
warrant today, which Includes also mile
age, notwithstanding Mr. Scott has been
absent thirty-nine days of the session,
beginning with th estxth legislative day,
when he was called home on account of
an accident to his son.
On the seventeenth and eighteenth leg
islative day he returned, but wa again
absent on account of sickness until th
forty-sixth legislative day, when he re
turned and ha been present aver since.
At 110 per day, this would mean that
Mr. Scott has drawn IW from th estate
treasurer of tha "taspayar' money"
wolthout giving compensation therefor.
HOST OF MEASURES GO .
BY THE BOARD IN SENATE
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, ' April l.-(8peclal.)-All sen.
at bill not on the sifting file thla morn
ing In th senate died. Among the larva
number of bills that thti cam to an
end wa the agricultural activities MIL
Other bills 'that are no mora Include
practically all the : constitutional amend-
ntents. This may be an Indication that
the senate Intend to paa H. R. No. L
which Ik still alive, providing for a con
Other dead bills Include Dodge's work
farm measure, Bandall'a chattel loan bill.
Dodge's city planning bill. Klechel'
small debtor' court bill, Weesner" labor
bill and Dodge' employment bureau bill.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
TO REIMBURSE CATTLE MEN
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. April 1. (SpeclaL)-F1fty
thousand dollar Is th amount recom
mended by tha special joint committee of
tha legislature appointed to confer with
Governor Morehead, which ahould ba ap
ptoprlated to reimburse owner of cattle
that may bo killed by by the atato veter
inarian's order on. account of foot and
mouth disease. A bill carrying thl ap
propriation will be introduced at once.
VILLA. FLIERSSHELL CITY
Aeroplanet Plan to Drop Bombs on
Border City of Hata
moral. OLTMPIA SINT TO VEHA CRUZ
BROWNSVILLE, Tx April l.-Ths
probability of a bomb dropping attack by
four aeroplanes on Mats moras was fore
casted today by II. M. Rlnehart of Day
ton. O., aa American, who flew a Villa
biplane last night to Las Rucias, four
miles from Matamoras. and headquarters
of Villa forces now surrounding Matamoras.
Rlnehart flew In from Reynosa. about
sixty-five miles west of Matamoras. He
said he was informed that three other
aeroplanes were to leave Monterey, pos
sibly today, for Matamoras. L'nder favor
able weather conditions, the air trip from
Monterey could b mad in three or four
The official observer who rode with
Rlnehart said several cars loaded with
artillery wer stopped soma distance from
Matamoras by torn up track.
Asree tn Keep Itallraad Oaea.
WASHINGTON. April 1. The Vllla-Za-
pata force have agreed to the proposal
of th United State for neutralisation
of passenger train between Mexico City
and Vera Crux. ' Word still I awaited
from General Carranze, who received
representation from th American gov
ernment on th subject nearly a month
Even with th consent of Carransa,
however, official reports Indicate that
travel will ba fcasordous because of
numerous guerilla bands operating be
tween Mexico City and the coast. The
bands, composed of many former federals
who served under Huerta, have been
harassing Carransa' line, requiring an
extension of tha outposts surrounding
Vera Crux and It entrenchments.
- Tha food situation in Mexico City con
tinues bad. Latest reports, however, In
dicate that tha danger of another evacua
tion by the Zapata forces has passed.
The friction between Roqu Oonsale
Gars a, temporary executive ' In Mexico
City, and PaJafox and other Zapata lead
er, ha been smoothed over. For a time
some of the Zapata leader wer In favor
of abandoning th capital, but, according
to official reports, Oarsa's views pre
vailed and harmony wa restored.
Villa force, recently . repulsed near
Matamoras, are preparing to renew their
attack wtth artillery reinforcement.
Villa troop have Invested Mantanlllo
and' Maxatlan. held by Carranxa gar
Olyaspla Ordered to Vera Cras.
Th erulr Olympic at Key Wnt, Fla..
today Was ordered to Vera Cm to join
tha vessel under Rear Admiral Caper
' General Carraaxa today cabled , hi
agnncy bar as follows:
"Tampteo has been reinforced and 1 am
ending more troop to that city. AH
Tuna tan la In our possession and under
pur. control with the railroads In opera
tion. General Alvaredo la giving all kind
of guarantee. General Dleguaa U ad
vancing steadily from Guadalajara. Gen
eral Callea' troop yesterday near Ague
Prist defeated 0t Maytorenlstaa. In
Guerrero our troops hav defeated th
Zapatista in several engagement
fought In th territory controlled by our
army. All foreigner within our territory
have all kind of guarantsei."" -
Urges Britain Take
Al the Coal Mines
LONDON. April L The- committee ap
pointed by the Board of Trade to Inquire
Into th cause for th rlea in the retail
price of -coal for . domestic - use, recom
mends, in Its report, that ICthe price
do not return shortly to reasonable level
th government hocld consider plan
for assuming control of the -output, of the
colllerle during th oontinuano of th
Reavis Will f peak at II mease.
SYRACUSE, Neb., April 1. (Special.)
Thai Modern Woodmen lodg her will
hav charge of tb July 4 celebration her
thla year. A committee on arrangements
ha been selected, of which Dr. Thomson
Is sec rotary. Hon. Frank C. Reavi of
Fall City will ba . speaker of th day.
All nearby town will b asked to Join
with Syracuse, especially tha Woodmen.
sasaer i aasplalat Tared.
Dr.-King's New LUo Fill will rid th
system of fermenting food and polyuria,
kep stomach and liver healthy. Ba
All druggists. Advertisement
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Now is tkt time to Bee that oranges art
daily food ia every home.
They purify the blood have a cooling
effect and contain Just the right amount
of ffmit acid to keep the digestion in
This, of all seasons, is the season
when oranges do the utmost good.
Have them bandy, where the family
can get them between meals. Urge the
eating of oranges in this way. Serve
them at every meal,
them at bedtime.
This is the fruit of which
children con eat mil tkey wnt
with only good effects.
California Seedless Sonkist
anges are Juiciest, sweetest, tenderest
and most delicious NOW. All homes can
afford them. Prices are low. Don't go
without them through merely forgetting
Send tb coupon today for fro book deaerib
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seedleaa the finest tha world ad fords
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A Showing of Easter Millinery
Exhibiting the Very Latest Modes
We vvill place on display Friday morning the
most interesting collection of Fine Millinery shown in
Omaha this season. ,
Thompson-Belden Models for this Spring have an
exceedingly smart appearance the sort of hats that
are always in good taste.
An Unusually Large Selection
$8.75, $10 $12.50 up to $75
Easter Hats for Girls
$2.95, $3.95, $5
A surprisingly large number
of pretty styles are to be
found in this assortment.
And still more surprising' are
the good values to be had at
these remarkably low prices.
There are Tiats for the tiny
tots and bats for older gtrla
every one of theru dainty and
- rL . rmnrra ctmco " - jx i. m r. m.
BC&SlStS SHOES fiate Howfir $
l - - 9
World Motor Bike Free
A picture of the blcycla wUI be ta
The B every day. ,
Cut them all out and ask yonr friends
to save the pictures La their paper for
you, too. See how many picture you
tan get and bring them to The Bee
office, Saturday, April 10.
The bicycle will be given Free
to the boy or girl that sends
us the most pictures before
4 p. m., Saturday, April 10. .
Subscribers can help the chil
dren in the contest by asking for
picture certificates when they
pay their subscription. We give
a certificate good for 100 pictures
for every dollar paid.
Own your own home.
You can purchase one
on easy monthly payment
like rent. Read the real
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