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President! Menace Not Expected to
Clarify the Situation, is Wash
SLOAN OPPOSES. HITCHCOCK FOE
From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. (Special
Telegram . ) President Wilson's
message will not solidify the demo
crats of the nation, as It undoubt
edly was Intended to do, but will
rather, tend to divide the democracy
Into two hostile camps. This, in a
nutshell, is the situation in Washing
ton, according to one of the keenest
and most farseelng democrats, as he
expressed himself in good round
English at the capitol today.
Representative Solan, vvho Is a pretljr
keen observer and quite alive to the value
of Impressions, mid tiiat all of President
Wilson's messages have been rhetorically
valuable, but th:it In his Judgment the.
message "of today fell far below any for
mer effort, both In Its delivery and lt
reception by conaress.
o Baals for Increase.
"Tho full basis for the sudden and Im
mediate demand." said Mr. Sloan, "for
such a large Increase In the army and
navy was disappointingly not revealed.
"Tho piopcsltlon to pay as we no ap
peals to me, although the method of
paytnrnt I cannot endorse. The proposi
tion to tax smaller Incomes, gasoline,
automobiles, bank checks, to pay for
preparedness, while leaving the products
of the northwest on the fre lift, thereby
losing many millions of revenue and fos
tering the competition of water rates of
our competitors, with our higher railroad
rates, paid by farmers, should not appeal
to our section of the country.
"Reasonable duties collected on farm
products or the lat two years and dur
ing the next five would mbet a reason
able increase of cost for reasonable pre
paredness." Hitchcock Complimentary.
In strong contrast with these views of
Bpresentaflve Sloan, Senator Hitchcock
was generally most complimentary of the
tone of the message, believing It took
high ground and was worthy of being
followed. The senator, however, is un
compromising in his belief that the gov
ernment should make its own munttlona
of war, rather than let private corpor
ations do the manufacturing.
Upon the proposition of "paying as we
go," Senator Hitchcock heartily endorsed
the president's position and came out
strongly for his scheme of raising
revenues by a sur-tax. He thought the
country generally would endorse the
president's attitude upon all the big ques
tions now before It.
."The president's message Is most ad
mirable," said Representative Stephens,
"but I am opposed to the feature of a
continental army. I believe in aiding the
State militia. As to the navy Increases
suggested by the president I have serious
doubts if I can go with him the whole
length of the proposed program. I am in
favor of a reasonable increase in tho
Davy with special reference to submarines
and aeroplanes. I am especially in favor
of the president's message with reference
to the merchant marine as a part of the
liavy" establishment:" --'---- r ..
Resalt of Primaries. ,
As a result'of pOetofftce primaries Mr.
Stephens today recommended the follow
ing: Bancroft. Xander Zuhlke; Clear-'
water. Charles Payne; Oakland, Oscar P.
Swanson; Oakdale, Kred W. Shlvely:
Randolph, Anton B. Helms.
The president today sent to the senate
the names of John C. Morrow of Scott'a
Blutf for receiver and Thomas J. O'Keefe
of Alliance for register of the land office
Senator Hitchcock today Introduced the
Philippine bill as the committee of which
he Is chairman reported. He also re
Introduced his embargo bill which at
tracted no end of attention during the
Women Thrown out
Of Whirling Car
AURORA. Neb., Dec. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Thrown out of a-whirling auto
mobile which completed a somersault,
alighting uprlcht on its wheels. Miss
Kathleen V. Hull is today suffering a
fractured left elbow and Mrs. Uoyd
Tunlson has a dislocated left shoulder.
The two young women were returning
from Grand Island to Aurora. When
near the village of Murphy they at
tempted to drive past the autd of Levi
Otto, who was also driving toward Au
rora. By reason of the narrow grade In
the road or because the driver was con
fused by the heavy fog the machine
driven by Mrs. Tunlson was overturned.
It allshted on its wheels In the ditch, lit
tlo injured. Mrs. Hull and Mrs. Tunlson
were thrown out when the car 'turrJW
ovtr- ,' :
Xotra from Llarfaay.
L.1XDSAV. Neb.. Deo. 7.-(Speclal.j-The
Lindsay State bank had the formal open
ing of its new $10,000 building Saturday.
Large crowds were present all day and
evening. Cigars and punch were served
to the men and carnations and punch to
The Farmers' " union had Its annual
meeting Saturday. It elected Clem Nle
bur manager of the local store and the
following board of directors: Charles Hll
debrand, Louis Hansen, Henry Luetkon
haus, Johnny Hansen, Joseph Diedrlch,
Kenry AVidhelm und Bert Peterson. - .
Dean Mgr. Ruesing of West Point wss
hero Sunday in the Interest of the new
cathedral in Omaha.
REGENTS AND ALU MN I. BOARD
GUESTS OF THE CHANCELLOR
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Deo. Special.) The board
of regent, of the University of Nebraska
today met with the executive board of
the Alumni association of ' the school:
Soon after tailing his seat as a new mem
ber of the board. Regent R. P. Brown
of I.aneaster county suggested that the
president of the alumni board be Invited
to sit with the regents, and the regents
went one better' by Inviting the whole
board during the constructive period
through which the school was. passing.
This evening the board of Regents and
alumni directors .were gur Its of Chan
cellor and Mrs. Avery at the home of the
SOCIETY CHOOSES OFFICER5
" STOCKVILLK, Neb.. Dec. 7.-Speclal.)
The Frontier County Agricultural so
ciety held Its twenty-ninth annual meeting
at the court house here Saturday after
noon. The reports showed all debts and
premiums paid In full, with a rash bal
ance on hand of vs. The election resulted
as follows: President. Karl O. Riley;
vice president, Robert Watklns; troesurer,
Cieonre .1. Dold; secretary, ! If. Cheney;
directors .A. G. Williams, Ira Shlnley, A.
B. Mahaffle. It. R. Matin and Auaift
Max. Ielerates to the annual meeting
of State Board of Agriculture, L. H.
' ajsj" 1
Mtir Case, .f Typb.ld.
FALLS CITTV Dec. .-(8peclnl.)-New
cases of typhoid fever are aeveloplnff
each day and the city authorities have
taken steps to looate the cause and have
sent samples of (he city watr to the
state bacteriologist for analyses.
News Xotea of Ueaerau .. s ,
GENEVA, Dec. 7. The last few weeks
have been exceptional for corn husking
and many farmers have almOBt finished.
The crop is a good one. Many fields are
turning out fifty and sixty bushels per
Peter Young-era and A. J. Brown have
gone to Kansas City to attend the Nur
serymen's winter meeting.
The new City Auditorium will be opened
to the public next Friday night, when
the "Dutch Detective," by home talent,
will be staged. The Geneva publio-wlll
have a comfortable roomy hall, with a
stage ISx&O feet
Aato I paet Sear Diwwt, -.
STELLA, Neb.. Dec. 7.-Special.)-Mra
Carl Luts sustained an injury to her
shoulder and broken ribs and her young
est daughter an Injury to her ribs yes
terday when the Lutx automobile turned
turtle as the family wa returning from
the Cathollo church in Dawson. Mrs.
Luts waa driving and turned her Ma
chine too abruptly when meeting an
other automobile. She was pinned. under
the machine, but it waa quickly lifted
from her. Mr. Luts. and one daughter
Farm Worker Fads Life.
FREMONT, Neb., Dec. 7.-Speclal.)-Samuel
Arnold, aged .16, employed on the
farm of Charles Wilcox, four miles south
or Morse Bluff, died of self-inflicted
wounds and self-administered poison. St
Prague, where he was taken for medical
attention. A brother operates a hotel In
Omaha and be has two sisters living in
Kansas. . ,-.-
Hair. Gets Thick,
Girls! Draw a cloth through
your hair and double
... its beauty.
FALLS CITY BOY RUNS
AWAY WHILE DELIRIOUS
FALLS CITT, Dec. 7. Louie Locker,
the . lS-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Locker, has been very ill the last
tew-days with a high fever, which the
physicians think will develop Into ty
phoid. While delirious Sunday he got
out of hi. bod, dressed, went to the -depot
and bought a ticket to' Kansas City. At
St. Joseph the ralroad officials tried to
Induce him to' get off the train, but he
refused and it is supposed he went to
Kansas City. Mrs. Locker went to Kan
sas City this morning to try to locate
him and it is supposed he will be found
In a hospital. The family Is greatly ex
cited over the disappearance of the sick
Atom Hsa Is Honored.
AVOCA, .Neb.. Dec 7. Special.H,Hon
V. W. Straub, east of town, attended a
meeting of the National Galtoway Cattle
Broeders' association' at Chicago - last
week, and was honored by being elected
vice president of the association. Mr.
Straub is one of the large land owners
of this part of the county and - has a
fine herd of Galloways.
Mra. Silver Sues for Dirnrff. , .
BEATRICE. Neb., Dec. 7. (Special.)
Sophia Silver of Nemaha township filed
suit In the district court Monday for di
vorce from W. R. Silver. She charges
extreme cruelty. -
If Hood's is Used
The genuine old reliable Hood' Saraa
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blood and builds up the whole system.
It ' drives out rheumatism because It
cleanses the blood thoroughly. It has
been successfully used for forty years.
For rheumatism, stomach and .kidney
troubles, general debility and fell 111
arising from impure blood. Hood's has
no equal. Get it from your nearest drug
gist today. Advertisement, . '
Spend 25 cents! Dandruff van
ishes and hair .stops
r, :,. .. coming out. :
" J SJ
To b possessed of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair; ' soft.- luslroua,s fluffy,
wavy ah d free from dandruff Is merely a
matter of -using, a iltM. Danderine.. ,
. It Is easy and. Inexpensive to have nice,
ft hair and lots. of It., Just get a 36
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all drug stores' recommend It apply a
little as directed and within ten minutes
there wilt be an appearance of abundance,
freshness, flufflnsss and an Incomparable
(loss and lustre, and try as you will you
can not find a trace of dandruff, or, fall
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after about two weeks' use, when you
will see new . hair fin. . and dony ar
first yea but , really new ' hair-sprouting
but all over. 'your scalp--Danderln
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destroyer of dandruff and cure for Itchy
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hair at once. ...; 1
' If you want to prove . how pretty and
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With a little anderine and carefully
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few moments a delightful surprise awaits
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if " ' Merchandise Dependable Price Moderate
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415-17 So. 16th St. Phone Doug. 335
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the ; .
'"t,fc ' ' ; GIFT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec. 7. (Special.) E. M.
Pollard, candidate for the republican
nomination for governor, waa In Lincoln
today to attend the meeting of the board
of regents as a member of the executive
board of the Alumni association. Mr.
Follard exhibited an endorsement of his
position passed unanimously by the
Farmers' union of Union, Neb., who
acted regardless of politics.
Do Yoa Have Boar StomarhT
i If you are troubled with sour stomach
you should eat slowly and masticate your
food thoroughly, then take one of Cham
berlain's Tablets Immediately after sup
per. Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement.
. W. r. A. Oriulwd at Beatrice-.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Dec. T.-(8peclal.) At
an enthusiastic meeting held In the Com
mercial club Monday evening the organ
ization of a Young Women' Christian
association was perfected with a mem
bership of 172. A women's advisory board
and a young women's council were chosen.
The young women's council elected these
officers: , President. Dora Kidd, vice pres
ident, Nettie Tounkln; secretary, Florence
Seymour; treasurer. Clara Klmmerllng.
The sum of 11,800 has been raised by pop
ular subscription to aid the association.
and Kllpatrick Bros, donated the u
or in. secona story or weir block on
North Fifth street for a year to be used
s headquarters by the association.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
When, tho decorative) holly
the wreaths ana festoon of
ttreen. the spri:of mistletoe
lutve been removed; .when the
immediate Joy of the holiday is
only'"' treured', memory
then the gift of a perfect blue
white Diamond . will remain' to
fulfill Its Intended purpose and
to serve aa the moat' pleasant
or reminders. .
When yon buy a Diamond,
this is i tne place ask .your
memos. Twenty-five years' ex
perience in buytpg and Selling
Diamonds at the same location
Is the best proof Of reliability
ana lair dealings. r
Itut " maybe, after ; all. yoa
don't want a Diamond.-In that
case select some Item from the
following lines, all of our usual
high standard ',
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"Slrocto Kteel Building Seta."
PuraMe and Instructive,
S1;00 to S10.00
All kinds and niies. Priced. -.
100 to S3.00
Strong: and durable. Prices,
M)c to 81.1)0
White Enamel 1K11 Furniture
Big line, dressers, chiffonier,
beds, etc.. etc. Prices,
50c to $5.00
Ives' Electric and Mevhanlcal
All styles and sites. Prices from
81.00 to $20.50
Extra quality. Priced from
82.85 to 818.00
The best value
ed, eyos Close
and, o p'e n
- Something rH the family
can enjoy. Made from ve.lvet
and1 axminster carpets,
Limited supply, order now.
Genuine Leather Rockers
Exactly as illustrated, uphol
stered in Spanish, brown or olive
green leather, with tufted seat and
back; generous in site and very
price Just. . . . .
1 Li6 TP DODGED DOUGLAS !
ttead This Big Special Grocery Sale
It's Quality Goods at a Saving of 2S to SOYo
We sdvlse our oidlomers to buy flour now. The whoat market Is advane.
In every day. Wednesday. 4-H. aacka Beat Hlsh Grade Diamond II'. Flour,
nothing finer for your Xmaa Puddings, plea, cakea or bread, sack $1.35
17 lbs. Heat Pure Oranulated flugsr
II lbs. bet White or Yellow Cornineal
lbs. Itullr,l While Hreakrast Oat
meal for SSo
4 cans Fancy Sweet Kusar Corn.. ISO
4 cans Vanry Wax. Stilim or UreMi
Henna for S8
4 Int'KP cana )ollen Pumpkin, Horn.
Iny, frinurr Krimt or llakt Heann, BSC
4 )-. cans Condensed Milk 880
4 H. Fancy Japan Hlce, 1'earl Tepl-
oi-a or l,lm a Henna 89j
Tlii best Domestic Macaroni, Verml-
eelll or Hpnghettl, pkg THO
t cans Oil hrllnes lo
l-ll. cans Holder's Roups 7e
I". C. Coin Flukes, pkg Bo
llrnpe Nuts, pkg 103
The host Hixla or Ovstcr Cracke".
tr h., nt 7o
Mart.aren's Peanut Putter , lh..ltio
JJ-o. tarn Pure Fruit Preserves. 8 So
JS-or. jars Pure Strained Homlnv. SBo
Ijrao dottles Worcester Hatice, Pure
Tomato Catsup. Ilokles (assorted
kinds), or Prepared Mustard, per
hot tin 8,0
Yenst Fiixm. pk.. So
Tim Pest Tea HlftlnKS, h 18 Ho
Oolilen Hantos Coffee, 11) BOO
DRIED mOTTS. ETC.. TOB YOUK
zkjlb rtroDnras. riES cakss.
New California Cook Ins Klas, lb.. 10a
New California Apricots, Ih. . . . .1810
New California l-Crown Raisins, r-er
lh.. at Sl0
New California Seedless Kalshis, per
In., at iatO
New California mines.
per Ih 140, 100. 1SH0
The best Iinon, Orance or Citron
Peel, per lb. BOo
New Hallowe'en t)ates, per lb... 100
Fancy Nm Imtrs. per l o"
New Seeded Italslns,
Per pks- tie, 10c, HH
New Cleaned Currants, Ih 18o
New Honey, per rack 17V0
OBATB rStTTTT SPECIAL TOM
Fancy Florida Orat Fruit
each, at 30, Bo.
150, 176 Sweet Florida Oranges, ver
donen, at aos
CHEESE, BtTTTEB ASTD EOQ MABV-
KST Or OMAHA.
The best Creamery Putter, carton,
per lh 33o
The best Creamery Putter, bulk, rer
Fancv No. 1 Country Creamery put
ter, per lb 89c
Fancy No. 1 Ialry Putter, lb S7e
flood No. 1 Palry nutter, lb BSo
The best Vul Cream Youns America
Cheese, per lh BOo
The best strictly fresh Kirss, dox., 36a
The best No. 1 atora;e F.kks. dos., BSo
THU TEOETAMI.B MARKET OT
OMAHA FOB THE PEOPLE.
IS lbs. best Red River l'otatoea, BOO
jsow Wisconsin can nave, in 10
New Wisconsin CabliaKn, 100 lbs., 75o
fresh Iinlslana shallots or Carrots,
ler bunch to
Fresh I.nulslana Radishes, J for loo
Fancy Mlrhlaan Celery, 3 for 10c
Hellevue Celery, bunch IBs
S Ihs. Sweet Potatoes lOe
Kanry Ripe Tomatoes, lb loo
Fancy California Cauliflower, at per
1 lara-e Soup Hunches lOo
Anythlns you want In fresh v cetahlca
The best Mixed New Nuta. 1015
Crop, per lb 17Ho
-Try HAYDKVR First;
The question of the best
bread was always open
to argument until
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A large, pure colonial type,
exactly as illustrated. Triple
mirrors are French plate and
generous 'In site; a splendid
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Many other styles in all fin
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Colonial Library Table
A beautifully designed, well
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would be a handsome addition
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McDougall Kitchen Cabinets
A gift that always delights every home-keeper, and will be
-a constant reminder of the donor's esteem for years to come.' A
McDougall Kitchen Cabinet the finest kitchen time, step and
labor saving device you can buy. Better arrange for one npw.
Big line to choose from
John F. Rousar . . Co.
312 North 10th St. bouglas5714
look for Tk'u Label
won tho approval of all good housekeepers.
Its enviable reputation has been attained
by the great care in se
lecting the right material
and in baking the same.
Don't miss having a loaf
5c and 10c at Your Grocers
U. P. STEAM BAKING CO.
Brand New Feather Pil
lows, 50c Each and Up
Freshly made up. All new,
dean feathers, electrically cur
ed; soft and electric. Mads to
rive the best of service. '
This all oak rocker finished
nut brown fumed, with genuine
Spanlnh leather, spring cushion
seat and high back, jfj rf
etra special 40. O
Felt Mattress, $9. 75
Made from clean,
pure elastic, cotton
felted. Inclosed in a
handsome art tick with,
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mattress p.r 1 e e s are
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This Week We Will Give Away
, - IJ
Gretchen and Mary
Julia is a very beauti
ful doll. Her bright eyes
and rcsy cheeks tell you
that she is always
cheerful, contented and
happy, and makes ev
eryone around her feel
that way, too. You will
bo very happy if you
Gretchen and Mary are
for aecond and third prises,
and are not dressed like
J nils, but they are very nice
dollies, and will please you.
Tit... Soils wlU be rtvea
free to the little stria
nader IS years of affs, who
brlnr or mall ns the larg-.
est number of Soils' pto
tnrea cut oat of the
Dally aad o.aday Be. b.
fore 4 p. m, Satazday, De
Julia's picture will be in
The Bee every day this week.
Cut them out and ask your
friends to save the pictures
In their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures of
Julia you can get, and be
sure to turn them in to The
Bee office before 4 p. m.,
Saturday, December 11
If yom float wta one of
tb.ee. Sollies perhaps yoa
mi St ou. meat week.
Oaly ou SoU will b. s;lva
to My ... parsoa.
You 'Can See Julia at The Bee Office
Let The Bee get you a good job.
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