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THK BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, A PI Mb 13, 1915.
Member BfuM to Let One Commit'
te Do All Legitl&ting for
HO fEO VISION rOR THE CENSUS
(From a Ptaff Correspondent.)
L.INOOLN. April 12-8peclal.)-Oipo-rltioa
to the plan forced upon the house
Frtdy, whereby one committee u to
take all appropriation Mile com Inn from
the senate end act on them without the
ho up rwtnbfri being given a chance to
consider them, resulted today In an over
throw of the plan on the floor ot, the
nous and the adoption of the seriate
amendment to several bills without the
aid of the conference committee.
It waa evident when the member be
gan to arrive thla morning that Norton's
gag rule 'wa unpopular, and a red hot
tilt between several of the democrat
waa the result before the houee . waa
railed to order. '
Taking- the f'eaaaa.
Representative, Hoffmctster served no
tice on the members that everything that
had been done since Thursday was ille
gal and that the legislature would surely
be called back la thirty days to fix up
what It had done Illegally during the
last few days. Tie said the constitution
sold the legislature at this session shall
provide for taking the census and It had
made such provision, and that no
census could be taken unless a special
eawlon waa called. It Is said that the
attorney general has so ruled. Tha con
stitution on this point reads. In section
I of article HI:
The legislature shall provide by law
for an enumeration of the inhabitant
of the state In the year lj and every
ten year thereafter, and at Its first
regular session after eachi enumeration,
and alan after each enumeration made by
lit authority of the United States, but
at no other time,, the legislature shail
apportion the senators and represents
tlves according to the number of Inhabi
tants, excluding Indlnns not taxed, and
soldiers and officers ot the I'nlted States
Notes f rem t hadroH.
CHADRON. Neb.. April U.-tPpeclal.)
Two of Chadron's boys have signed con
tract to "play ball" thl year In the
State lea rue of Nebraska. Pot Wllaon
goes to Falrbury a a pitcher and Olin
Weymouth to Norfolk a catcher.
Farm Demonstrator C. 8. Hawk I
making a' great canvas among the
schools of the county, arousing the In
terest of the youth In trying to rales
crops this season.
With every street and house numbered,
Chadron expect free delivery of malls
after July L Receipt of the postofflce
ara greatly over $10,000.
Hera Deals at Table Rock.
TABUS ROCK, Neb., April 11. (Spe
cial.) Bix car load of horse were un
loaded at the barn of a firm of looal
shippers last week. One each from Mln
den, Cambridge. ' Hcldredge, Arapahoe,
Blua 11(11 and Wyroor. and one day it
Jr live red to St Louis company .three
?ar load of horse for the war., ths ship
ment totalling a value of tll,lK.v
New Type of Beggar '
Now Seeking Alms on
Streets of London
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
LONDON. April U. Grinders of wheaxy
organ, elastic-cheeked cornetisU and
other beggars using muslo simpl as an
xcut for passing th hat are jrapidly
being driven out of business in London,
for th war baa brought a new and su
perior type of street musician to the
front Proteailonala, who uaed to sup
port themeelves by teaching and orches
tral work, have now been reduced to
playing for pennies. But they glva th
public really good music for Its money,
and are not paid to mov away.
Most of these artist com from Bel
gium. Usually they push around a piano
on wheels, either to b played In solo or
to a company voice or th violin. Their
program ar a good a ordinarily heard
in the beat theaters, but they ara graded
according to the part of th city. In
Poho. London' Latin quarter, th music
ta of th gayer sort, in th ordinary mid
dl elaa neighborhoods th selection run
to th popular and sentimental, but in
tha cultivated West End to th claaslcal.
Many of th singers) com from th opera
ad concert stag. Sometime, to conceal
hi Identity, th Impoverished artist wears
a domino acroa th faoa.
The new type of street musician ar
net badly rewarded, for they ara recog
nised a respectable people who have
fallen victim to war condition
Former Bco Man on
His Way to Orient
Hilaa W. Nile, for a long time con
nected with th editorial department of
Th Be, but who left her twenty year
ago and sine then has been on the
editorial force of th News of Newark.
N. J., la In th city. He will remain until
tonight, when he will leave for the weat,
going to the Philippine. China and
Japan on a bualneas trip. He expects to
be away sis to eight months.
To Darken Hair
Apply Sage Tea
A fw application of 8 Tea and
Kulftiur bring bark It vigor
color, g;loa and thlch.nr.
Common garden sag brewed Into a
heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and faded
hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, re
move every bit ot dandruff, atop scalp
Itching and falling hair. Juat a few ap
plications will prove a revelation if your
hair la fading, gray or dry, acraggly and
thin. Mixing th flag Tea and Sulphur
recipe at home, though. I trobueaom.
An easier way Is to gat the ready-to-use
tonic, costing about fc oenta a larse not
tie at drug atorra, known aa "Wyrth's
sag and Butpcur Compound." thus avoid-
tax a lot of muas.
While wispy, gray, faded hair ia not
sinful, we all desire to retain our youth
lul appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur, no tut can tell, because It
ioes so naturally, so evenly You Juat
anijo a sponge or soft brush with It
end draw tnis through your hair, taking
tt small strand at a time; by morning
ll gray hairs have dltaypeared. and
'after another api lKtiun ut two. you
hair become beautifully dark
NEWEST PHOTOGRAPH OF MISS JANE ADDAMS,
who haa been nominated as one of the three women most
influential and helpful in the sex, at the Panama-Pacific '
exposition at San Francisco.
pi ;. I,. ..I. 1 1 i. ,u mi .i.n,y h
''Vv A' .... I
"si t NX, $ ' ' '"' -n &
Is to Come Up for
The hardwood lumber rat caae is to be
argued before th Interstate Commorce
commission at Washington April II. No
tice of thl has been received at Omaha,
which is one of th points most affected
by th Increase In freight rates granted
the railroads by the Interstate Commerce
eommlaalon by an order . handed down
some months 'ago.
Th proposed Increase In freight rate
amount In some part of th schedule to
H nt only per 100 pound, but In other
part ot th schedule It amounts to 1
cents per 100 pounds from the southern
hardwood producing territory to. Omaha
and Ita trad territory. '
Notable among I he local companies In
terested " tit th -ease were the Omaha
Bridge Furply , company, Omaha1 Hard-
woed Lumber company, Omaha Box com
pany, and Omaha ft Council Bluff Street
Railway company. , -
It Is asserted In th motion for rehear
ing that W per cent of the hardwood
mills of th southern field have been shut
down since the order of advanced rate
waa allowed, and that the advance In
freight rate Is th causa for th shutting
down of the mill.
WAR OFFICE REPORTS
PARIS, April U.-(Vla London.) The
French war office thl afternoon gave
out a report on th progress of th fight-
ng reading a follow:
'There Is little to add this afternoon to
th communication given out last night
During April 11, engagement continued
tha whole day In Belgium In' the region
of Albert, also In France, between the
Oisn and th Alans and in tha Cham
In view of th fact that no engage
ments took place between the Meuse and
th Mosell after our success of April
we have devoted ourselves to re
organising th poaitlona won during th
course of that fighting.
"On th western fringe of the forest of
Lepretr we repelled two violent Oerman
counter attacks, which failed completely
under th fir of our Infantry and
BERLIN. April ll-(Dy Wireless to
Sayville. N. Y.)-Th war office an
nouncement of today la as follows:
"Munday was comparatively quiet on the
western front. French attacks In the
Argonne against the Coinbres position.
In the Allly' forest and In the foiest of
Lepetre were all repulsed.
"Inasmuch as an attack by ths enemy
resulted In the killing with bombs of three
women In the open town of Mulhelm,
Qermen bomb were dropiwd on th cen
tral group of fortification at Nancy.
"Krench officers who have been taken
prleofMtr have Informed th Oerman au
thorities that the Cathedral of Notre
Dame in Paris, th galleries of the
Louvre and hm Hotel des lnvalides are
utldlnga being used fur military pur
poses. They ar equipped with search
lights, wireless apparatus and machine
lu th Oerman advance to the east
from alartampol, nine Ituaaian ' officers
and l.i'iO sol lie ra were taken prisoner.
Four mschine guns also were raptured.
To th northeast of Lomsa the Ruaalana
threw bomba which did not explode, but
which developed aiphyilatlng gases.
The Russian authorities officially have
circulated a report concerning the mutt
latiou of Huaslan noncommissioned of
ficer. Thl Is an absurd falsehood unwor
thy ot dlscURslon."
Hi ae Ksrlag Wlss Debate.
BLUE etPHINOH. Nei., April 12.-ttpe-
ctal.l Blue firings, which had the at
flrmatlve aide of th railroad question,
aroa the debate here Friday night by i
unanimous decision of the Judges. Th'
Red Cloud si'akurs were Kllaabeth Over
man, Florence Johnstun, Nettie Springer,
Tha Blue bprings debaters were Cliau
ning Lewis. Venus Urubaker, Leonard
Kline. Profeasors 11. W. Caldwell. O. U
Virtue and Edwin Maley of the state unl
veratty acted as Judges. This victory
bring Blue Springs up for th Joint de-
loate for the championship of th south
Even the Owl Cars
to Be Discontinued
in the City of Berlin
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
BERLIN, March 11 Not only have
Berlin cafes been required to close at 1,
but lata night suburban train and elec
tric owl cars ar to be aboliithed. At
on fell ' swoop therefore the Berliner
has lost hi famous night life, as well as
th mean of getting horn should ha
tarry in town In search of some trace ot
It, for In gildltlon to reduced 'train and
bus service, the use of taxlcabs ha
been ordered curtailed by two-thirds, so
that Urea, fuel and oil may be saved.
Th tecently announced order for all
ptivat car to cease running has caused
a flood of requests from Individuals and
firms asking for special bermlssion to
operate their cars, accompanied by de
tailed reasons vhy they should be given
these permits. Under the law, however,
th request can be recognised only in
case the motor car ara to be ussd ex
clusively )n ths service of the empire,
on of Its state, or an official; for pro
tection against fire, for th transporta
tion of the sick, or rescue purposes, or
for th general publlo welfare by phy
sicians, veterinarian and th like.'"
Though permit may be lasued for the
automobile buses, Berlin anticipate that
these soon will vanish from th streets.
Already all but three lines have been
abolished, th wtlhdrawn vehlclea being
used for military purposes.
Haas Peter Jensen.
Hans Peter Jensen, 200 Rees street,
died of pneumonia last evening at the
Methodist hospital. 11 wag 68 year old
and came from Denmark to America In
1KW. II lived In Iowa two year and
cam to Omaha In and has lived here
ever since. Th body will b buried In
Prospect Hill cemetery. He Is survived
by hi wife and a brother, Jacob Jen
sen, and a sister in Denmark. Mrs. E.
W. Palmer waa raised aa their adopted
daughter and live In Omaha.
V. U. Mitchell.
STELLA, Neb., April 12. (Special.)
W. O. Mitchell, 1 year old, died Satur
day of pneumonia after a short Illness.
He had been a resident of Stella for
twelv year. Th widow and three chil
dren survive. Th funeral will be at th
Christian church Tuesday.
REPUBLICAN CITY. April 12. (Sp.
claD-Mr. Roy Craig and Ml Mlldre
Byers, both of this city, were' married
at Alma Thursday. They will reside on
the John Neff property In the northeast
part ot town, which Mr. Craig recently
Steamship Minneiot ii Aground tt
Entrance to Inland Sea Off the
Coast of Japan.
ITS PASSENGERS ARE TAKES OFF
KODE, Japan, April 11. The
American steamer Minnesota, plying
between Japanes ports and Seattle,
struck a rock at 9:30 o'clock laet
night off Iwajlma, near the south
western entrance to the Inland sea.
In a wireless message Captain
Garlick has asked for a salvage
steamer- He says all passengers and
crew are safe.
The Minnesota sailed from Na
gaskl, bound for Kobe, Yokohama
and Seattle. It passed through tho
straits of Shlmonesk! and was In the
Inland sea when the accident occur
It Is believed the Minnesota ran be
floated, bat beyond tha fact that one
of It holds waa pierced by th rock, tha
amount of damage I not known.
Wireless telegraphy wa employed by
th Minnesota In calling for help. A
steamer, the name ot which Is not yet
known, responded promptly. This prob
ably is th vessel which took off the
passengers and mall and conveyed them
to Shlmonosckl. The number of pas
sengers on board the ship is not known
here. They had Just finished dinner when
the crash cam.
A salvage ateamer, with a tender and
divers, ha been sent from Mojl and will
reach the seen of the wreck tomorrow
The Minnesota on Its outward trip left
Seattle, February S, for Yokohama, where
tt arrived February 22. it wa at Nagas
aki on March ; Hong Kong on March
11 and tt called from Manila on It re
turn trip April 4. Th Minnesota ha run
aground In Japanese waters on two other
occasions, but was refloated without seri
Into Turkey Through
PARIS, April 12.-Th chars that ex
plosives and spare parts of gun ar
being carried into Turkey through Rou
mania by Oerman and Austrian diplo
matic courier, is mad In a dispatch to
the Journal from Bucharest. It la said
that th is and increasing number ot
parcel carried by these oourters recently
has attracted th attention ot Rou-nanta
These embassy "pouches," which ara
xempt from custom examinations, tha
dispatch say, sometime weigh' a much
a 8,000 pound and never less than 6,000
pound-. Th number of couriers 1 also
considerably larger than usual. A dis
creet Inquiry. Is reported to hav revealed
th nature of th "pouches ' " contents.
It is believed that through thl method
a considerable quantity of . ammunition
and maUrtal has been smuggled Into
Turkey In the last few week a Th se
verest measures hav been taken by the
Roumanian government to put 'an and
to th ractlc. , 4, '
WOMEN PLAINTIFFS AND
, DEFENDANTS IN SUIT
WEST UNION,. la. April il-tSpedal)
Women plaintiff . and defendanta tn
criminal proceeding ar not frequents A
case ot this kind 1 vailed for th present
term of court. Mary Kruse'waa found
guilty in a Justice court ot violently beat-;
Ing, striking, bruising and' - wounding
Hanna Relcka. 'John H. Foreman was
Justice and nearly a ' day was put In
hearing the case. Th woman wer their
own attorney and thcr was Interest In
you like to
have your '
Order this ser
vice and save
yotir ice bill.
The Soupers Dansant inaugurated last
Thursday evening met with such ap
proval that it will be continued every
Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 P..
Usual The Dansant Saturday ofter
noon. Arrange for your table either by
phone or in person. with M. Charles
"Huilt for You to Enjoy."
th trial. Mrs. Kruee did not like th
result and appealed to the district court
Ship Disabled by
LONDON. April 12-The Harrison Una
steamer Wayfarer has ben torpedoed by
a Oerman submarine while off the 8dliy
Islands. Although considerably damaged
th crew managed to keep It afloat. It
waa taken In tow and reached Queens
town, where It was beached this after
Trip Through Canal
WASHINGTON. April 12.-Preeldent
Wilson ha decided definitely not to ac
company Secretary Daniel on hi con
templated trip through the Panama
canal to San Francisco In July. It was
said at the White house today that th
question of th president visiting the
Panama-Pacific exposition was depend
ent on th condition ot th international
THOMPSON, BHLDEN 5 CQ
Wonderful New Spring Silks
at Special Prices All This Week
$1.25 silk and wool
poplin, 40 inches
These reductions are remarkable In view of the fact
that these are brand new fabrics, beautiful in weave
and finish. In the loveliest shades -that this season
has brought forth.
PLENTY OF NEW SHADES OF BLUE
Belgian, Navy, Matelat, Prussian, also Wisteria
and fine Grays.
Displayed in 16th Window.
On Sale in Silk Section.
If these dusters do
not prove to be, as"
them and the pur
chase price will be
On Sale in
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
Ruddy Cheeks SparklingEyes
Most Women Can Have
Pr. Edwards, ft Well-Known
Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 year treated
cere ef women for liver and bowel ail
ments. During these year he lav to his
patient a prescription mad of a few well
known vegetable Ingredients mixed with
ollva oil. naming them Dr. Edward'
Olive Tablet, you will know, thereby
their ollv color.
The tablets ar wonder-worker on
th liver and bowels, which causa a nor
mal action, ccrrylns; off th waste and
poisonous matter that one's system col
lects. If you have a pale face, sallow look,
dull eyes, pimple, coated tongue, head
aches, a llsties.. no-good feeling, all out
of sorts, inactlv bowels, you take one of
Dr. Edwards' Ollv Tablets nightly for a
time and not th pleasing results.
Thousands of women, ss well a men,
take Dr. Edward' Olive Tablets now and
then Just to keep in the pink of condition.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc
cessful substitute for calomel 10c and Kc
per box. All druggists.
The Ollv Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
All Under One Roof
Bond Us latest ow aboart real
atata oa th sveat to its last
psLfn. B Informed 4a vea (1
gate and yt still abl to
tnvtsad your moaef saorw Intelli
CiUy a4 suor pyriutbl.
Descend Southern Slopes of Carpa
thians and Force Anstriant
H&mr KILLED AND WOUNDED
LEMDERO, Gallcla, Sunday, April
11. (Via Fetrograd. April U.)-
The Russian armies, according to de
pendable information reaching Lem
berg, have made successful advances
along the wide front from Bartfeld
to Ussok, the greatest gain being in
the direction of Oummeno.
At this point the Russian descended the
southern slope of the Carpathian, forc
ing the Aitxtrlan back with heavy losses
to the linn between Mesolaborrs and
Bmolnik. At th same time the Russians
advanced along the line between Kukla
and Svednlka, where th Austrian, un
able to make a serious defense, aban
doned their store and transport in their
$1.75 silk and wool
Canton Crepe, 40
inches wide, now
No Oil to Soil Center
Howard Dustless Dust Mops
They pick up and hold dirt and germs. Give a beautiful
polish to floors, but do not leave a slippery surface.
NO OIL OR GREASE ART SQUARES OR RUGS.
' Wash and sterilize with
hot water and soap.
Howard Standard Dusters
Howard Office Dusters ....
Howard Automobile Dusters
Howard Handle Dusters
Howard Wall Dusters ......
Howard Dust Mops
For Licuor and
Remove permanently th
for Liquor and Drugs.
Always Improve th general health.
Surrounding pleasant system nu
i mane, nothing "heroic"
Drug ar withdrawn gradually, and
with th aid of our tonic remedies
patients suffsr no collaps.
Do not be persuade! that all treat
ments ar allks. Our is th only
effective one. a time and exper
Om to us without delsy. The con
dition ar serious and there should
be no experiment.
Send for illustrated booklet. Corre
spondence strtotly confidential.
The Keeley Institute
Caraar tsta sad Csss Streets,
For All Pain
Th efficiency of any drag" ssy Dr. O. P.
Bobbin., Is known to us by th results we
obtain from its use. If we are able to con
trol pain and dlseas by maans ot any pre
paration, w eartalnly ar warranted in it
us. On of th principal symptoms of all
diseases Is pain, and this I what ths patient
most often applies lo us for, i. . somsililng
to rellev his pain. If w can arrest this
ftromptly, lb patient 1 most liable km rust
n as for the other remedies which will effect
a permanent cur. On remedy which t
hav ussd largely In my practice is Anti-
si any ana
ny and varied ar theic
n.es. I hav put them to th test on many
oooaslOBS, and hav nsver beea disappoint
ed. 1 found them spclally valuable lot
headaches of malarial orlsln, whsre quinine
was being taken. They appear to prevent
th bad arter-eaot of th qulnlo. Aott
aemula Tablets ar also excellent for th
headaches from improper diestioai also
for headaches of a aeuralglo origin, and e.
pec tally lec women eubieettopalutateartaln
lim.s. two Anti-aainuia laoiots give
rompt relief, and In a short tlms the patient
illef . and In a short I
to about as usual."
Is able tog
be obtained at all druggist.
A-K Tablets. They ar also unexeelled lot
headaches, u sural-1 and ail pain.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
, Northwestern University s
College of Engineering
VI . ywrs mt krM. tkruh tralsliif.
lull ilnii, I. hie act atu4a4 iwvt.M
.n uatuuAl .mou.t o ladlvlduei .tw.tia.
from S4 frotMKtrt liMllwt toitlatng.
4wim4 lor tk. turpoM, up-t-S.te
Sf-.lu.. UnwivuMd ppartustttM W mm
flMrttg nJM ul to sis uii
Qfr. A rw '("SIMM- h.mr4 b
Mrrwill trm.UKM. WttM tmt "Bw
Piwuiiut lee Kii(twrig" as "tM ut
JOXBT T. MATTOBD. XHrooto
The most determined opposition on this
whole Una of bnttl wa en th part of
th Hungarian, whese fichtln aualiticH
re being highly complimented by Rus-'
TWO TANZER GIRLS ARE
CHARGED WITH PERJURY
NEW TORK, April 12 Dora and Rose
Tanier,' sister of Rae Tanser, were today
Indicted for perjury by the federal grand
Jury which ha been Investigating the '
charge that Rae Tanser used the malls' -
In an attempt to defraud James W. 0- J
borne. Th Indictment charge that Dora I
and Rose Tanser committed Perjury by l
Identifying James W. Osborne the'
man who had called upon their sister st
th Tanner home in the Bronx.
CECIL TE0LI, FAMOUS
AVIATOR, KILLED BY FALL
WASHINGTON, April 12. -Cecil Teoll,.
a Sooth American and the first avlato
to fly over the Andes mountains, was
killed at th United States army aviation
field at College Park, Md., near here.1
today while making a vertical diva In a
r-achlne ot his own invention.
Rent room quick with a Bo Want Ad.
Children's Crepe &
CREPE GOWNS Low
neck, short sleeves, trim
med with lace. Sizes 2 to
16 years, 50c, 60c, 75c, 85c.
GOWNS Either low
neck, short sleeves or high
neck, long sleeves, trim
med with lace and em-.
broidery. Sizes 2 to 16 yrs.
50c, 60c, 85c, $1.00, &1.50.
In onr Children's Section you'll
fine complete stocks of wear
able for the little folks for
all occasions. Prices are varied
enough to please every one.
Children's Section-- 8d Floor.
TBXATBB Wsd. Matlae. 8:X8.
Uvag., eOo to ssak, jet $1,
AT., Anil. 17th, MAT. and BTVO
The SolUoklBaT Musical Comedy auocest
M a Th w,
of SO, I
SvnUf, 50e t Ml Mat, too to $1.60J
Vxt Bun., Kon, Tues.
and Wad. Might.
SEATS ON SALE
Jter yon'v I 1
eard Menry I I
' Moatoal II
SO TOV XA-SA-SAAf
Ton Will aft
seen and heard
f"l O Y D OttA-KAt. - MOST
Tonight, Society Might, B.twsaa Acts,
lifTT MOX.X.OW QTTABTZT
00. M. Cohan' Big Kualoal Comedy,
Talk of flcv; York
Xatln Tomorrow, Thursday, Satur
day, soi Slights, &o and
Mxi Week " AID IV nil"
"O MAMA'S rVM CEMTEB"
. MOM Sydsll lrat
Johnle Weber T.
Za I MMlnn nallssa Masloal
Th "Wiiv.w.s mwiiw Barleaqa
by long odd, th most run in towi
Johnle 'Weber and hi funny ye
Heavily Chorus of Ksal Belles.
siui -' - "ek Bay!
Sub. A v.: Big. rat B. t Bkar Sea Tnu.
Skull DCU. 44
Othw Acts: Jut Wll.ee j
Ktchtr Hwuu'l KI.I
I th. yorwt. M.rt. KHi-i
Prtc: SUtlM. tH"7.
BaiMH.r si SuMUir). e. NIsUU.
Orlgtaal Btar ia Slhrt riorare ef
ta WsrUt rsjsvoas X4ght Opera.
soft bjuI luxitrlut.-AdYertuKcrut