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.President Seth Low ia Hii Initial
Address Endorses ' Wilson's
FAVORS TEAIKING FOR ALL KDf
WASHINGTON. Jan. 17. The
' National CItIc Federation opened Its
sixteenth annual meeting today with
prominent clrlc welfare workers'
from throughout the eountry pres
nt. Subjects for discussion In
cluded preparedness, Immigration,
government regulation of private In
dustry and other problems. The
woman's section of the federation
opened a separate two days' meet
ing. National preparedness was the
feature of today's program, which
was given over largely to presenta
tion of committee reports.
t Seth low of 'New York, president of
the federation, Bounded the first note on
preparedness when. In his opening ad
dress, he declared thst if the fnited
States la to prevent the "antsgontsms and
hates of Europe and Its ag-long tradi
tion of empire" from finding lodgement
on thla continent after the war. It must
, be "ty tha strength of our; own right
arm and by the willingness to die for
1 what la certainly pmcJoiw to oiirsnlvt-s
and for what we believed to be no less
' precious to humanity."
Favors Wll.oa Proa; ram.
Mr. Low said he favored the admin
istration's defense program, not because
ha thought it ideally perfect, but because
it was a long step in the right direction.
1 "Personally," he continued, "1 believe
.hat a ahort service under the colors on
tha Swiss ayatem, modified, perhaps, to
meet our condttlona, should be required
of every young man In the United
"Any plan of military preparedness
which makes the flag under which we
live the emblem of our life, our all, and
not a rag with which to protect the
corpse from which tha spirit has fled, I
welcome," declared Miss Maude Wetmore
of Rhode Island, In presenting tha report
of tha women's department.
The great assistance rendered by the
federation to legislators In planning
drafts of compensation laws was dealt
with by August Belmont of New York,
In his report on the year's activities of
tha workmen's compensation department.
Labor sad Locations.
A. J. Torter. chairman of the minimum
wage commission, recommended that the
repartments ef Lbor and Commerce
make a joint Investigation of the rela
tion of labor to the location of industries
and the effect of legislation on behalf of
women and children on Industries and
Other speakers Included P. Tecumseh,
Sherman, Louis A. Collldge, Louis B.
Schram and Thomas W. Ehelton.
Other reports Included those on pension
problems. Industrial hygiene, changea In
labor conditions and the growth of em
ployers' welfare work.
, Borden Says Draft
, in Sanada Wouldn't
Make Yankees Fly
OTTAWA. Jan. 17.-The determination
of Canada to eontlnua to exert every poa
slble effort to send aid to Great Britain
until the war Is brought to a victorious
conclusion was given expression -in Par
liament today, first by Sir Wilfred
Laurlcr, leader of the opposition? and
then by Sir Robert Borden, tha premier.
Tha two leaders declared that while war
continued In Europe there ahall be no
political questions fought out In Canada.
Sir Wilfred Laurler also declared that
while there would be further sacrifices
needod In Canada, ha did not think It
would be necessary to have conscription
Sir Robert Borden said there would be
no conscription in Canada, but added that
If there were there would be no reason
to anticipate an exodus of American set
'lers from Canada to eacape It. American
ettters In Canada, he said, had shown
no hesitation Iq Joining the Canadian
forces and there were today many hun-
Ireds of men of American birth serving
with the Canadians en the battlefields of
Kurope, and many hundred more In train-
ng la England. . -
MILLIONAIRE" B RAX EM AN
STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS
O IX MB US. Neb.. Jan. lT.-(Speclal
T legram V-Stricken with paralysis while
making his regular run as brakaman on
the Burlington passenger train between
Columbus and Iincol Charley Black waa
removed from his tral today at David
nty and rushed to a hospital. Late ad
vices tonight report his condition critical.
Mr. Black suffered a stroke this morn
ing at S o'clock while vs!ng in hie
loom at the Toung Men s Christian asse
1st ion, and his calls summoned O. Iv
f'ameron, fireman on the same train.
occupying an adjacent room. Company
officials were called, but Mr. Black, be
lieving himself entirely recovered. In
sisted upon taking out his train, and the
Hecond stroke followed. Black is popu
larly known as the millionaire brakeman.
helng possessed of Independent means.
He waa about ready to leave on a vaca
tion to California.
olambas ftreatea ta Craford.
'OLUMBl?8. Neb.. Jan. lT.-(8peclal
Tclcgrara.W Delegates from the Colum
ella fire department. Including Assistant
Thief William Plagemann, Motto Mow
fry, Taul Itelfer, F. W. Xrueger and
Frank Ptese, left this afternoon for the
state convention at Crawford. Chief Hert
J. Gallrey. chairman of the State Board
of Control, waa unable to attend.
HEARS ARGUMENTS IN
IOWA TELEPHONE CASE
Ifc.B MOIVES. Ia.. Jan. lT.-Arguments
for a rehearing of the case of the atat
of Iowa against the Iowa Telephone com
pany. Involving a franchise to operate
in the rlty of Des Moines, waa heard by
a full bench of the Iowa supreme court
here today. The court Indicated that a
decision might be forthcoming tomorro
, The court recently held in this case
that the Iowa Telephone company had
ncrpetual rights In Des Moines.
1 C are a ale la Uae Day
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it falls to
so re. K. W. drove's signature is on each
box. c. Advertisement.
'd . The JSrM ant Ads It pays!
Hail! The Farmers' Real Friend
TWO YILLA CHIEFS
ARE PUTTO DEATH
Former Soldiers of Chihuahua Gen
eral on Their Way South
SOME RIDE UPON THE RODS
JUAREZ, Mexico, Jan. 17. Two
Villa officers, Colonel Miguel Baca
Valleg and Lieutenant Colonel En
rique Clseneroa, were executed at
Guzman, near Palomas, Chihuahua,
yesterday, according . to advices re
ceived today from Casas Orandes by
General Gabriel Gavlra. Carranta
commandant here. Two other Villa
generals, with small bands, hare
Colonel Valles, according to Mex
ican officials, was the' leader of
bandits who terrorized DUrango and
Chihuahua states before the Maiden)
revolt. It was he who also had
charge of the executions which fol
lowed the capture of Jaurez by Villa
two years ago, and he was held re
sponsible for the killing of Jose
Bonales Sandoval, private secretary
of General Porfirlo Diaz several
VtUlstaa Go Boath.
Several thousand former Villa soldiers,
a 1th their women and children, left here
today for the south. They were the last
of tha army that surrendered here. Under
the terms of the amnesty granted by Car
ransa they have been paid the equiva
lent of 110, gold, esch, and provided with
transportation to their homes, with tha
understanding that they wUl return to
Most of them are going as far south as
Yucatan, according to the Mexican offi
cials, and 4he train will take them to
Mexico City by way of Baltlllo.
The train consisted of more than sixty
boa cars. On these tha ex-aoldlers, with
hundreds of .voraen and children and a
quantity of housekeeping paraphernalia
Clime to Tap at Cava.
In spite ef the prospect of a long travel
all that could find room climbed to the
tops of the cars, piled upon bedding and
babies by props and there, draped In the
tattered and soiled remains of what once
were gaudy Zerpetas, settled themselves
for the Journey.
All of them. Including mutilated vet
erans of various battles, minus legs or
arms, and In many Instances suffering
from still open wounds, shouted and
sang as the train drew out. ome sa
luted General Oavlra and bis staff who.
In full uniform, had aaembUd to see their
recent foea leave.
Some of the travelers who could not
find room In or on top of the box cars
rouo ne roas unaeraeam. in ract, a
number seemed to have accommodations
underneath the oars, between the wheel
trucks, for In several Instances they had
tightly stretched hay baling wire across
the rods to support blankets and bedding
on which recline 1 or aat men. women and
soldiers, brown children, whose scant
(rmrnii rrequanuy revealed more or
less emaciated little bodies.
Ifava Cookla Arrissearit.
In one Instance a family thus cUb.
Ilshed had Installed a cooking arrange-
ment on the rods under the car. and the
mother of the outfit waa cooking tortillas
as she lay en lier side on the blanket-
covered baling aire, blowing the coals in
a email sheet metal fire pot. In this
fashion this particular family Intended
to travel to Torreon. more than 0 miles
south, on train that may take days to
Observe tieldea Wrddlaa. " '
BKAVEM CITT. Neb.. Jan. K.-tSpe-cial.)
Mr. and Mrs. John 1'lowman cele
brated their goldtiii wedding at their
home in thla city Saturday, keeping open
house for their friends.
They were married at rrterhrad. Scot
land, January li. 1W. Mrs. flow man
waa Miaa Jane Bromfleld of Peterhead,
Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and Mr. How
man was then a resident of London,
where they remained until June. lsUT.
and then came tj America. They first
aetllnd at Sharon. Wis., and In 18T lo
cated on a homeatead in Fumaa county.
Jthrev miles south of Beaver City. In
ISA they niovol to town, and have since
been among the most prominent and
highly respt-cti'd rltins)f the place.
One Killed and Over
Dozen Injured When j
Church Fight Rages
SCIIANTON. Ta.. Jan. 17. Rioting be
tween rival factions at the church of
the Sacred Heart of Jesus In Dupont,
near here todsy, resulted In the death
of one man, the probable fatal Injury of
two others, and the serious Injury of at
leaat a doten more. Knives, revolvers and
clubs played a prominent part In the
riot, eleven state troopers being among
the Injured. 1
George Orlser, the dead man, was shot
through the thigh, the bullet severing an
artery. Trooper Role Humer of Potta
vllle, sustained a fracture at the base
of the skull and Joseph Tlnh of Dupont
was shot through the lungs. Neither
Is expected to live.
This church has been the scene of half
a dozen riots In as many weeks, one
faction objecting to the authority exer
cised by Bishop M. J. Iloban of the
Cathollo diocese of Scranton and the other
supporting him. Every time a newly ap
pointed priest has sought to hold serv
ices, he had been prevented from enter
ing the church by the opposing faction.
but today arrangements had been made
to say mass under the protection of the
sheriff, who called on the state police.
A detail of a dosen troopers waa on hand
when services were to have opened, but
so forbidding waa the attitude of the
crowd that a call waa sent In for mors
and twenty-five responded.
Before the reinforcements arrived the
mob had attacked the first detachment
and when the second reached the scene
most of the damage had been done. A
second riot ensued In which the fighting
WASHINGTON. Jan. 17.-(SrciaI Tele
gram. Nebraska penslona granted: Lo-
vlna Parks. Hterllnif. $13: Annia U Seooy.
Archer, lu!, gamanlha Kerguaon, Wclle-
The comptroller of the currency has re
ceived tne application or the following
Persons to omajitse the first Nut Ion,
bank of Derby; capital, I36.0W: J. Herbert
t-arn, c. ii. uvi, 11. u. mxiey, t,. 15.
Taylor and A. C. Parker.
On the recommendation ni' Congressman
appointed pension surgeon at Albion, Neb.
l ne secretary ot the treasury has
awarded the contract for the oonstruo.
tlon of the publlo building at Aurora,
nfo., id me nremnn i.onstrucuoa com
pany of St. Louis. Mo., at eiMW.
Read The Bee Want Ads. It pays I
Meveaaeata at Oceaa Bteaaiera.
KIRK WAT .
UVWKM K)L ,
.. Hsllls OIt
Another Wonderful Recovery
From Kidney Trouble
For nearly nine yeara I was a great
sufferer from what my doctor said was
kidney trouble and my blood was out of
order; enduring all that time excruciat
ing pain In ray back and across my
bowels. I was drawn down so that I
could only walk with my hands on my
knees. My doctor said he could no noth
ing for me. I tried many kinds of med
icine, but all to no avail. A friend told
me about IV. Kilmer s Swamp-Root and
aa I had tried everything else that I heard
of, I bought a bottle of flwamp-Koot and
It did wonders for me. I prise It higher
than any other medicine and I shall rec
ommend It to my friends. I wish to add
right here that after usina- Swamn-Rant
I for two months I beaan to atrthin .
I and am now sound and well and feel like
I might live a long time yet to tell what
your medicine hss done for me. Yours
very truly. T. C. CLAY.
750 8ugsr St.. Slate of Ohio. Marion
IVrsonally appeared before me this
19th day of teember, A. D.. 1914. T. l
Clay, who subscribed to the above state
ment and made oath that the is mo Is
true In substance and In fart.
CHARLES W. IIABKRMAN.
Marion County. Ohio. Notary Publlo.
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Send 10 cents to Pr. Kilmer & Co.,
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bottle. It alii convinie anyone. You will
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MEXICAN ISSUE IS
Problem of Securing Protection for
Lire and Property of Amer
LANSING PROMISES EVIDENCE
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. The
problem of securing protection for
American life and property in Mex
ico, revived by the Santa Tsabel
murders, ia expected by congressional
leaders to be a dominant subject In
the proceedings of both houses the
coming week. Issues arising from the
European war have been completely
overshadowed by it and conservation
bills and other important legislative
measures under consideration are
not drawing the attention that would
ordinarily be given them.
There la sure to be more of the fervid
discussion of the Mexican problem that
enlivened sessions of the last week
Members of the house and senate an:
unanimous In their insistence that the
Santa Tsabel bandits be punished, but
the majority oppose any step that would
result in intervention, which might mean
destruction of the de facto government
the United States and the Pan-American
nations led In establishing.
Wilt Oppose Confirmation.
Mexico will be the basis of a formal
consideration by the senate foreign re
lations committee beginning Wednesday
when the nomination of Henry Prather
Fletcher as ambassador to General Car
ransa's government - will be taken up.
Administration leaders are hopeful that
a report recommending confirmation will
be made to the senate without delay. Sev
eral opposition senators, however, have
announced they will oppose such a step
vigorously and It Is generally admitted
nothing can be done toward confirmation
until the republican have been appeased
by an answer from President Wilson to
Senator Falls' resolution asking for rea
sons which led to recognition of Car
ranza. Recretary LanBtng has promised to have
data In compliance with that resolution
for the president early this week and
Senator Stone, chairman of the foreign
relations committee hopes the president's
reply will be sent to the senate In time
for the committee meeting Wednesday.
Various Rraolatloas I p.
Discussion of the Mexican problem on
the floor of the senate and house Is ex
pected to arise from consideration of vari
ous Intervention resolutions. No commit
tee action on such resolutions Is probable
at thla time. Senator Gore of Oklahoma,
democrat. Is considering submitting a res
olution to direct the use of American
armed forces as aids to the Carransa
forces In protecting American cltlxens In
a neutral sone In Mexico,
Legislation In congress Is progressing
slowly, none of the supply bills being
anywhere near ready for dlscusalon. The
house has passed two of the administra
tion conservation measures and the senate
may take them up this week after pass
age of the Philippine self-government
extension bill. A vote on this measure
Is expected. Wednesday or Thursday.
Chairman Alexander ot the house mer
chant marine committee said tonight he
was ready to Introduce the new govern
ment ship purchase bill,, after repeated
conferencea with. Secretaries McAdoo.
Red field and others, that he vpuld. con
fer, on the bill with President Wilson
ou Wednesday or Thursday and intro
duce it at once, The merchant marine
committee will Immediately arrange hear
ings, probably next week. The bill would
create a $50,000,000 fund for government
purchase ot ships and for regulation of
water-borne traffic by a shipping board
In the same manner as the Interstate
Commerce commission regulates the rail
roads. Wide Varlaaca at Views.
A wide variance of revenue views In-
crossings was Indicated at Secretary Mc
Adoo's dinner, H waa revealed tonight.
An Increased tax on Individual and cor
poration incomes and a new tax on gaso
line and crude and refined oils among
other things have been suggested by the
secretary. He was told last night there
Owing to the largely in
creased cost of raw ma
terials, we are compelled
to advance our prices 10
per cent on the standard
sizes of Goodrich Automo
bile Tires and Tubes, also on
Goodrich Wireless Truck
Tires, Goodrich Motorcycle
Tires and Tubes and Good
rich Automobile Rubber Ac
cessories, effective at once.
Occasional or odd sizes of
Goodrich Automobile Tires
and Tubes advance as will
be shown on our new price
Despite the marked ad
vances made by others, we
have held to conservative in
crease, in line with our pol
icy to maintain Fair-Listed
prices for the user.
THE B. F. GOODRICH CO.
2034 FARNAM ST., OMAHA, NEB.
Is considers Mr opposition to a gasoline
Ms among house members, but that
many fsvor extenelnns of the Income tax
rstee. repeal of the free stiKar riaune.
of the fnrterwoed tariff and Inheritance
tax and a lax on production and manu
facture of war munitions. House lead
ers, however, have no Idea of formulat
ing a revenue program until the national
preparedness plan Is disposed of and the
ixad needs apparent.
Consideration of the areparedness
measures will continue In house com
mittees during the week. Tomorrow
Ilesf Admiral Stanford will continue his
statement reesrdlng ysrds and docks
before the naval committee.
The house this week is expected to pass
the Kerris WO-arre stock raising home
stead bill, affecting seventeen western
states. It is a third of the American
rnnBorvstlon measures. There will be an
attempt made to bring up the privileged from Mej,lco BUII)0,.ted of having been
omnibus roads' bill, contemplating 116,- j exposed to tho disease.
0U0.0U0 federal did to states for highway Uaaollne baths and the baking of cloth
PETER D. BATES DIES 1
IN 0D FELLOWS HOME
PLATTfMOrTH. Neb.. Jan. IT. Ppe
clal. Peter D. Hates, born In New York
state December 4. 132. died at the Odd
Fellows' Home at York yesterday of ;
apoplexy. Mr. Bates came to Nebraska
when a young man and took a homestesd
entry near Weeping Water, there being
no town there at the time. With him
came the family, which consisted ot three :
girls and another brother, Fred Bates, I
who now lives In Heattle, Was, After
completing the homestead entry and living
on it for a number of years he re- J
moved to Plattsmouth, where he engaged j
In contracting and buUdlng for nearly ,
fifty years, A little over two yeara ago j
he wont to the Odd Kellowa' Home at
York to live. Mr. Uatee was a member
of the t)dd Fellows and the Christian
c hurch, both of which ho joined early In
life. He waa a veteran of the civil war
end a member of the Grand Army of the
llepubllc. The funeral will take place
Tuesday afternoon at the Christian
church In thla city. Key. C, M, Perlee,
pastor of tho church at this placo, win
conduct the services, whloh will be under
the auspices of the Odd Fellows,
UENKVA, Neb., Jan, JL7,f"ueclal.)
Peter Ktseiiberaer died yesterday at 8
o'clock In the afternoon after an Illness
of ton weeks, Mr. Kggenuerger was sur
veyor of Fillmore county for yeara, lie
waa honored and respected, an old seller,
and had reared a large family on his
homestead near Strang, all of whom were
at his bedside during his sickness, One
daughter, Mrs, 10. Kretka, resides In
Geneva! a son, August, la principal of the
Ta Appeal Primary Case.
riERRK, B. D.,'Jan. IT. (Special Tele
gram.) T, H. Hull, acting as attorney
for R. D. Richards In the test cases on
the old initiative primary act of this state, I
today filed the necessary papers In the !
supreme court here to carry the ease
to the United States supreme court on
appeal from the holding ot the state court
that the legislature has the right to re
peal the initiative law.
Military Stores at
' LISBON. Jan. 14. (Via Paris, Delayed)
Fire which broke out In a building
filled with military stores caused a loss
of $1,500,000 yesterday. Several firemen
were burled In the ruins. The minister of
war declared In the Chamber of Deputies
this afternoon that the fire waa the work
AUSTRIANS DRIVEN FROM
THEIR CAPTURED TRENCHES
BERLIN. Jan. 17. (By Wireless to
Sayvllle.) Trenches in the Oalavia Rec
tor on the Italian front, which had been
taken by the Austrlana recently, were
evacuated by their Austrian occupants
owing to the concentrated fire of the
Italian artillery, It was announced today
by Austrian army headquarters In tho
official statement received here from
El Paso Officials
Begin Fight to Keep
Out Typhus Plaeue
KU PASO. Tex., Jan. !7.-Tho rase of !
typhus which rained the death at the
county hospital here yesterday of Morto
tine Martinex, a Mexican, recently ar
rived from Pledrss Negraa. oppostte
ICngle Pass, prompted medical officers
of the United States Imm'gration service
to take Immediate measuies today to
prevent entrance of the disease Into this
It. John W. Tsppan. immigration med
ical officer here, received Instructions
from Dr. ( C. Pcarce. senior surceon of
! the service, to bec-'n rilMlnfectfn nnt-.nn.
Hie Fashion QmierorilieMlddleWesi1
Tuesday Linen Specials
$3.50 Table Cloths $2.00
$4.75 Table Cloths $3.00
$4.50 Napkins, $2.89 doz.
45c. Turkish Towels, 25c
Our Clearing Sales
Are Real Events
During these sales we dispose of regular stock
left from the previous season. The price reductions
are remarkable and without exception truthful.
Women who attend are well repaid.
Coming A Great Clean-Up Sale
of Dress Goods ? Silk Remnants
Probably never since we began holding these January
Sales have we had such a collection of broken lines, rem
nants and dress patterns. Some idea of the wonderful
values and beautiful fabrics can be gained by seeing the
display in our Sixteenth street window.
, Watch this paper for date of the sale.
Brownell Hall Downtown Studio
S18 McCagne Italldlng, 15th and Dodge St., Omaha, Nebraska.
Piano Emily Weeks Deomgoole. Sophie Nostits-Nalmska.
Violin Luella Anderson.
Pupils may enter at any time. Telephone. Red 449C.
' For terms, address, Brownell Hall, Omaha. .1
incraaeea atrength ot
run-down people 100
per oent in ten days
In many Instances.
1100 forfeit If it
falls as per full ex
planation la largs
article soon to ap
pear in thla paper.
Ask your doctor or
Irugglet about It. Sherman McCunnell
Drug Stores always carry It ia stock.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
The Funniest Play Ever Written
l'rlcce ; 25c to 91.50
40O Gtibd Lower Floor Seats nt f 1
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tlMi w.k. Harry OMpr. Jtia Ran on . CTi Mint))
XIMMV. Julia I K.l.D. lb. OIS Ta-m Kaur and Blf
IU.U17 t'boru. Ealr. Th. pubwUui.. TU. ipukt.'
Indies' Plrno afatlaee Woog Bays.
In ii in i . , , -a
Stage Employes1 Ball
Tuesday Evening. Jan. 18
50c Per Couple
Ing In a dry hestlna device, now under
construction, lll he employe.!, according
to lr. Tappan. who ("lid he ivould also
fllsi una protective menwircs with lh
county mcd'ral assoelntlon nt lis mecl-
i ,n," "
r. Tappnn has been sUe to
..... . 1. ln.Ml
flsCCW:tn. inrousn nyrm? o. liir muni-
KtMtion enloe sml others, there are no
i-m'es of txphns now In Juarez. Just across
t!C Rio (it'Hll'ic.
"A house to li-'Uf-e canvass of the Mexi
can town I'ss b en made'' he said, "and
no css found. Kxccpt that of the Mexi
can who smunKled himself into this coun
try end d'.ed at the county hospital yester
day, there hsve been no cases in t'A
l'aso srd there is none now."
Mast lastrnet Them.
MADISON. Wis.. Jan. 17. Attorney
'Jfneral Owen, o an opinion made public
trdav. holds that Wisconsin, by the terms
cf Its presidential primary law, cannot
send unlnstructed delegate to the na
tional convention. The lele(rates, accord
ing to the orinlon. must be instructed at
the April primaries.
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35c Tray Cloths - 19c
22c Crash Toweling 18c yd.
50c Roller Towels - 35c
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