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KKBHUAKY 8. 191G.
JOHN E. TEIPER IS
Sorf of Wealthy Buffalo Woman if
Held Without Bail en Charge
of Slaying Mother.
SISILR IS EXPECTED TO DIE
' BUFTALO, N. Y., reb. 7. John
Fdward Telper wn srrsJcned In the
supreme court here todar on a chart
of murder In the first derree for U
slaying of Mr. Agnes M. Tel per, hit
mother; who with Telper's brother,
Frederick C. was killed on the
Orchard Park highway a week ago.
Motion for ball waa denied and Telper
u committed to Jail until Wednes
day. The charge waa made before Jus
tice Marcua as a committing magis
trate. Edward R. O'Msllsy, counsel
for Telper, demanded an Immediate
examination, but District Attorney
Wesley C. Dudley, asked that it be
deferred until Wednesday. The court
granted a continuance until Wednes
day.,' The eendKlon of Ort J. T!pr showed
tie Improvement today and little hnpe
was bold out that ha would aver ba able
'to tri; tha atorjr of, the Orchard park
rmcdy 'ln which her mother and brother
lent tholr Uvea. Tha February grand Jury
alaa eonvened today and tha county pro so
cut or presented the evidence , In that
' MCAVENWORTU. Kan, Teh. T.-Kd-ward
Holler, Anexander Asaell, Charles
Houghton. Joseph O'Mara end George
Severn, former elty official of Terr
Haute, lnd., convicted in tha election
conspiracy case, were released from tha
T "tilted Ftatea penitentiary here today,
having- aerved their full aentetieea. All
of tha wn by their conduct at the prison
earned "good behavior allowance."
GOVERNOR OF DAKOTA
HAS NEW PRIMARY BILL
PIERRE. 8. D., Feb. 7,-(.pectal Tele-srem-Wrhs
hill for amendment to tha
atat primary law which will ha pre
sented to the special eeaelon of tha lefa
tatura by the governor chant tha data
of tha primary to tha fourth Tuesday of
May to allow tha anlecllon of delegate
to the national convention In tlma for
tha repsMlcan national meeting at Chi
cago on June a. -
Tha act la declared to coma under the
constitutional pravlalon of an emergency
aa having become a part of the recog
nised state government by admitted party
control through legislation and aa anch
necessary "for the preservation of public
peace and safety." I'rovlalon la ntada
that in caee.such 1r laratlon la fot any
reason declared to""tiv void tha act i to
B-.t Into effect on (lie ninety-first day
after tha adjournment of the present
special session of tha leginlature.
The Cummlna backer In the atata are
busy lining up aentlment for their man
In tha matter of eelertlon of dlKlea to
tha national convention. If. Ci Mhobor,
the leading Cuiiimtita booster of thla
stale, la on the ground pushing tha In
ternal of hla candidate.
NORSE SHIP WITH LOAD
OF COTTON IS SEIZED
LONDON. Feb. I -The Norwegian
ateamrhlpa I?oiud, Galveston ta doth
enburg with a cargo of cotton, and Dram
mensfjord. New York to Bergen with a
general cargo, have be-a taken Into Kirk
well. Tha Norwegian steamship Pkard
haa been released.
DEATH RECORD " ,
Mrs, W. T. Stlaava,
FAIR BURT, Neb,, Feb. 7. (R)eofcl.
Tha funeral of Mrs. V. T. Stlnson waa
held at tha Christian ehiireh Sunday,
llev. J. K. EhellenUrger officiating. Mr.
ftlTison formerly waa Mis Nettle Cat
ter, waa bom In Caster oounty, Colo.,
July 4. 1ST. (She wa married to W. T.
rUloeon, October 11. 1893, at Bachelor,
Caie. Five children were bom, three
of whom ar dead. In 100 tha family
removed to Peru. Nab. Mr. Stlnaon died
September S3, in: and waa hurled at
' Peru. Mrs. Stlnaon and her children re
moved to Falrbury in 191J. la addition
to her children aha la aurvlved by her
mother, two brothers and en sister.
ntrfard Ret brock.
AUBURN. Neb.. Feb. 7.-&paclaD-Th
body of Clifford Rothrack waa taken an
tha morning train to lii&thwa. Kan., for
interment, tha former home of tha fam
ily, lie was about J7 yeara of age, and
had Wen Buffering for a long tlma from
BrJxht'a .disease. 11a waa tha son of
Mr. and Mra. Oeorg Kothrock. The
father U a conductor on the Missouri
Paclfle railroad. Toung Rothrook leave
a widow and an lr.fant daughter.
Mr. Irs O. Marks.
Mra. Ira, O. atarka. farmer resident of
Omaha, died Bunds y at Denver and will
! buried In Omaha Tuesday afternoon.
The funeral will be held at I So from the!
residence of her aunt. Mra. C. U. Mitch
ell, 07 Casteler street. Mr. Mark
travels for Marks Bros. Paddlery com
pany and they formerly resided at fell
LaWrel avenue. Mra. Marka wa formerly
Miss Mollio iUtmsnurgh of Clark. Neb.
t;r Vmm Xea.
t-HAPnON. Neb., Feb. 7 -(Special Tel
esram) Two weeka ate today Mr. and
Mrs. tleorge Van Ness moved here from
t're iiftiton. Neb. Thla morning Mra. Van
N'ees died Instantly from a stroke of
sfio(ilesy. 8he leavea on eon, ("art Van-
Nres. Tha tMxiy will be taken to Crelgh-
tuii for Interment.
To Car m vld ta Day .
TaVe Laxative ferom Quinine Tablets
f'ruvKista refund money if It falls to cure,
': v. urate's slnatuie en each box. Sic.
WAPHTNGTON. rb. T Special Telc
nrji.i lv.torfte ewaelliiid at Itun
i.ii i,ii!!e. Mc lulif roui.iv, t.uth JHkiHa,
.hi J.iiiivn T. I'tk'Kli at'juilc4 puL-
Kicd M (iill las tti appointed rural
l".r isrils at iarifUn. i. Ij.
Hnion granted: fntaH
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CLARK AND MANN
FIGHT FOR BIGGER
. AMERICAN NAVY,
(Continued from Page One.)
a feiTa" ailF b yasTn If IfTt heTailT ofpfK
parednesa we a sham performance for
Iatcr he said ha did not Intond tha re
mark aa a erlticlam at tha president.
"Tha gentleman was trying to put In
a nice way a vary nice criticism at tha
president, hut ha did not get away with
it. Representative FHagerald of New
York aald. ,
Read yta Help.
"Tha president ef tha United Rtataa,"
nawered Mr. Cannon. "I my praaldent
a a well as your president and if I ran
find out what la tha proper thing to do,
if it ia necessary to. do anything, I stand
ready to help him to do It."
"if w aver , have another war. which
I do not helleva we will have If we at
tend to our own business," Speaker Clark
aald, whlta advocating tha naval acad
emy bill, "what we wH need more than
anything els will be officer. ' you ran
et all tha volunteers you want In thirty
"It the fact could he ascertained. I
have no sort of doubt that at least li.Oft)
men, the vary flower of tha country, died
the first j ear of tha civil war: not by
bullets, but by dlaeaoa, which waa abso
lutely unnecessary because while tha of
flccra ara good men In a general wy,
they did not know anything about sanita
tion, of how to take car of themoolvcs,
or to ehow the men how te take rare of
Nat Tkrewa Away,
"even though we never have another
war, tha money apant on educating th
cadet at Vet Point and Anna polls la
not thrown away. Within a limited cur
riculum they get a fin an education aa
any att of men on tha fact of tha earth.
In addition ta doubling the number, et
these cadets, if I' had the Ingenuity, I
would draft a law to the effect that out.
side of cadets appointed by the president,
by th senators and tha representatives,
any boy In the United Btatee who had
tha quallficatlona ahould be permitted t
So to these laniUuUona a ad get an educa
tion at esact cost.
"I am In favor of making it obligatory.
not optional, wfth the eeeraUry war
snd the saeratarrvf the navy If na4
be, te detail one of those offleara. If w
av a aurplus, to ay eohoet, college or
university that will furnish a mlnlmuw
of Q0 bay who will volunteer to drill."
Representative Kelley of Michigan and
Representative Urttten ef Illinois, re.
publloana, criticised Secretary Xajtita'
administration ef tha navy. Mr. Brit
ten declared that evea while President
Wilson was seeking to arouse the nation
te tha dangera that ui rounded it, the
department had taken ne atep toward.
speeding up construction of the aitiy
eight naval vessel now under construc
tion. Tha five-year building prog rant
urged, he aatd, would be a ten-year pro
gram In fact, unlesa Buck atep were
Married Sixty Years
COKEVHXE. Wye.. Feb. T.-(Specll.)
Mr. end Mr. Leonard Ilosklna of Fair.
child. Neb., who ara guests af their eon.
A- D. Hoakln. ef thie plate, tomorrow
will celebrate the aiatlelk anniversary
ef their marriage. TTtay war marriea
et Bethel Cornets, near Lacen, 111., Feb
ruary 7, I'M. Mr. lloaklna la U years
old and Mtr. Hoakln SO. For fifty yeara
they have bean continuous eubeortbera te
one newapaper, the Lacrm Home Journal.
THIRD TRIAL OF "EOS
MELDRUM OF RAWUNS
RAWI.ING8. Wye.. Feb. 7. pelal.V
of "Chick" Drawn of Slater.- Colo., at
famoua as a "gunman," for the yaurder
et "chick" Brown of tUater, Col., at
basis, Wo., several years ago, will
relied in tha dletrict court here thla
The atata auprema court several montha
age overruled eiwldrurua eenvtcUoa In
tht second tr'al and renand4 the eaee
or rehearing. In tha first trial the Jury
disagreed. After hla conviction Meldrum
waa sentenced to twenty yeara' Imprts-
ment. a punishment equivalent to l.fe
Imprisonment becauae af his age. lie
gave an appea) IkibiJ en Hhatated.
Mrldmm waa evn marshal c( laga
M Iwn he ahut llowen.. a popular young
lanchmirit, liu wa caixnieing in the
- Are Seeking Men
AURORA, Feb. 7. (Speclal.)-The
leaders of both the political partlR In
Hamilton oounty are seeking candidates ,
to flit Up their ticket. For several of the
offlcea no candidate have offered them-!
(elves and It aecm Improbable that any
will file voluntarily, Leaders are anxious
to have complete tickets and tha result
wilt be the drafting ef candidate.
N republican haa filed for county treaa-
Urar, nif for clerk of the district court,
eounty aiipaiintendsnt, county asaessof
or county attorney. Theae offleea aro all
held by democrats who will be candldataa
for a second term. Frank McCarthy 1 the
present county treaaurer. At tho meet
ing of the republican county committee
In Aurora Saturday afternoon, it was
proposed to draft F. O. Jennlson of
Phillips for tha treaaurersh'p. Mr.' Jen
nlson W formerly county commlaslonor.
For state senator, J. R, pevldaon, re
tired merchant, ha filed on the demoe
rratle ticket, lie closed out hla tulnea
last fall and expects to spend the rest of
hit life In working for the public anfl
C. A. Sandall of Tork, present senator,
earn to hav no opponent In the repub
For state representative, tha repub
lic ens of thla county have Perry I'.ocd. a
prominent live stock breeder of lleuder-
aon; Dr. T. If. Una of Marquette and
Joseph Dale of Aurora. Tha democrat
have not had any candidate file for thla
place ae yt. Former Repreaentative T.
M. Scott la aald te have hla aye on the
aenatorahtp and may give Davldeon a
contest In tha primary.
Villa Reported on
Defensive in Canyon
EI. PASO, Tex., Feb. 7.-CJeneral Fran-
eUco Villa, with about twenty-five men
a on tha defensive ! Nldoa tanyon of
the Santa, Clara rancn, according te offi
cial advlcea receive! at military head-1
quarter In Jugre today.
The advlcea were from General Qutvado.
who reported from Laa Crucea that four
dys sgo he defeated Oeneral Pedrosa
and Ju ftodrlgues, killing ten, captur
ing ten and securing fifty horaee. General
Oarira, commander at Juares. announced
that Podroea. and Rodrlgue then offered
to surrender, and these negotiatlona ara
being conducted by Oeneral Bertant at
Cevlr elated that Oeneral Jacinto Tre-
vlno has ordered 1,000 Infantry from tha
south to garrison Chihuahua City and
outlying districts, releasing Carransa cav
alry to join in pursuit of Villa.
Dies of Illness
PARIS. Feb. 7.-S:lS a. m. GenerU
Nicholas Victor Delmotte haa died from
lllneea contracted while at the front. He
waa one of the heroee In the retreat
from Chariarol, during which he com
manded the rear guard brigade of the
French Seventeenth army corps.
AT GRINNELL CONFERENCE
'SI " 1
GRINNELL. Ia., Feb. T.-Prof. Edward
A. Roaa of tha Vnlveralty of Wisconsin,
Dean Etlwar4 Boaworth or the Oberlln
Theological seminary. Obertin. O.. and
prof. F. A. Stelner and Herbert Francis
Fvans of CJrtnneU college are Hated aa
the principal speaker at tho fourth an
nual fellowship conference, which opened
4 ftv days' meeting here today.
. The cooferenoe la being held under the
Suspire ef tha tlrtnnell college. The
Grlnnell and Doa Moltea associations of
Congregational ministers and director of
the Iowa Congregational conference will
hold meeting tltia week In connection
wttt) the conference.
After tar'Sf -Wnatt
Ceugha thtt "bang on" after tagiippe
eshauat the strength and lower the vital
resistance. F. -O. Prevo, Bedford, lnd-.
writes: "An attack of lagrlppe left me
with a evre cough. I tried everything.
I loet In weight and got so thin It
looked aa If I would never get welt. I
tried Foiey'a Honey and Tar and two
bottle cured m. I am now well and
back to my normal weight." Foley'a
Honey and Tar feta right at the trouble.
It ta a safe, reliable remedy. Sold everjr
wliere. Advertisement. .
' New Company to
Carry On Business
of Car Building
NEW YORK. Feb. T.-Tn anticipation
of a large demand for freight car equip
ment lry the railroads, tha Haskell A
Barker Car company, which waa re
cently Incorporated In New York atat
to take over the business of tha Indiana
company, established alaty-three yeara
ago, has assembled an organisation
which la exceptional from an operating
and financial standpoint. At the head
of thla organization la Mr. K. F. Carry,
who waa formerly first vice president
and general manager of the American
Car and Foundry company, and who la
considered by experts to be one of the
best car manufacturers in the country.
In addition to Mr. Carry, the directorate
conslata of Ambrose Monell, president.
International Nickel company; William
E. Corey, president Mldvale Bteel com
pany; Frank A. Vanderllp, president Na
tional City hank. New York;, Edwin 8.
Webster, member of tha firm of Stone
ft Webster of Boston; John R, Mbrron,
president Atlas Portland Cement com
pany; J.W. Harrlman, president Ilarrl-
man National bank; Arthur O. Choate.
member of the firm of Potter, Choate A
rrentlce; David A. Crawford and Charles
A. Llddle of the Haskell ft Barker Car
The plant of the company, considered
one of the most complete and up-to-date
of tta kind Jn the country, la located at
Michigan City, lnd. It la equipped to
manufacture freight car of every de
scription and haa a rapacity of between
li.flO0 and m.OOfl cars per annum, depend
ing upon the character and slxo of the
equipment ordered. The new company
(tarts business with working capital of
14, Bon, 000 and haa only one clasa of atock,
consisting- of 0,000 shares without par
value. It haa no bonds, notes or float
ing Indebtednesa of any kind.
A feature of thla company's business
la that It manufactures only freight cara
and their parte. It haa a modern plant
for tha manufacture of all ateel freight
cars, toward which a decided tendency
la now being shown by the railroads.
It Is understood- that the oompany haa
taken over from tho old concern orders
for 7.W4 freight cara. which ahould oc
cupy the plant of the company for aer
crnl month at full capacity, and on
which the profit alone la estimated by
Messrs Stone and Webster at about
Trad Oil A arm In Asrsana.
FTNDLAT. O., Feb. T.-Tha Ohio Oil
comnnnr today advanced nrlfu nt TjnH
IJm. South Lima, Indiana and Wooater
nils S cents a barrel. The prices are
North and flouth Lima, 11.58; Indiana!
11.43; Wooeter, $1.78.
DON'T LOSE HOPE
IN KIDNEY TROUBLE
I WM trOUblrd With tt.-he lha
snld waa Kidney and Bladder trouble
aner. trying arveral doctors, gave
up all hopea of ever being well again,
until a friend of mine told me about Dr.
K'llmor'a Swanm-Root. Rfr r k.
finished the Irst bottle I jrot relief; and
after taking six bottles waa completely
r.orru io neaitn. , j say to one and al
tlint8vkmn-Root is wonderful mcdl
' Very truly yours,
M RS. MA UTILE: VANDKRBEC1C.
409 'Johnson Kt. wnWiv u.
Personally appeared before ma thl 4th
any or eDruary, isii. Mra. Martile Van
tlcrheclc, who subscribed the abova atata
incut, and made oath that the aame ia
true in substance and in fact. ,
O. RVUCK OBRIEN.
Dr. Kilmer a) Co.,
Blngaaratoa, ST, T.
Prove Whit Swamp-Root Will Do for You
Sotul ten centa to Dr. Kilmer ft Co.,
Hinfthamton. N. Y.,- for a sample alie
bottle. It will convince anyone. You will
alrtu receive a booklot of valuable In
formation, telling about the kldneya and
bladder. When writing, bo aura and men
tion The Omaha Dally Bee. Regular
fifty-cent and one-dollar else bottles for
sale at all drug stores
ALL POINTS EAST
Two Solid Steel Train
Tickets end Information nt
CITY TICKET OFFICE
407 South 10th St.
District rjwenjrer Agent.
Pbone lHugla Sol.
Increatsea strength of
ruoHtown patl lot
per oent In tea days
In many Instance,
lie forfeit If it
falls aa per full ex
planation in larse
article soon t ap
pear ta thla paper.
Aalr vour doctor a
pruaslet about IU avaernian aloOunneU
Uru More always carry It la atock.
II . mm i IT .
Fighting in West
BERLIN. Feb. 7. (Via London, Ar
tillery engagements of terrific Intenatty
have been In progreaa In the sector be
tween La Bassee canal and Arras, In
northern France, and south oi the
Homme river, German army headquarter
announced today. The official statement
"Western theater: There have been
fierce artillery battles between La Baa
see canal and Arras and south of the
"The city of Lens haa ' again been
rigorously bombarded by the enemy dur
ing the last few day.
In the Argonne the French blew up
and occupied a crater on Hill No. 2,
Ia Fillo Mo'rt. northeast of L Chalade.
They were driven out by a counter at
tack. "Eastern theater: A Russian field
sentry poet on the eastern bank of tha
Schala, on the Baranovlchi-Lyakhovlchl
railway, which we captured on the night
of the th, waa attacked with succesa
and the enemy waa forced to retreat, in
curring considerable losses.
'Southeast of Vlday a Russian aero
plane, whose pilot had lost Ma way, fell
Into our hands.
Balkan theater: There 1 nothing to
Minister Shot Five
Times by Woman
SHERMAN, Tex.. Tab. 7.-C. W. Kea-
gal, aged 40, a prominent Baptist minister
of Sherman, waa ehot and probably fa
tally wounded here this afternon by Mrs.
Flnett Faust, who lives near Dcniaon.
Tha woman fired five ahota. When ar
rested a few minutes later she aald the
minister had Insulted her.
You want to know why
cannot be contracted from our
Here are the reasons:
let. Our milk cornea from clean
farm a and healthy herds on farms
far enough from the city eo th
cowa have the advantage-of good
pasture and the kir ta not con
taminated from city filth and
Id. Our milk 1s carefully in
apected on arrival In Omaha.
3d. Although our milk. In -the
raw atate, Is just aa safe or safer
than any other raw milk wa nt&ke
it entirely eafe by acientifio treat
ment. fa) It la pasteurised by heating
to 14 J degrees.
(b) It is held at that heat for
(o) It la then Immediately cool
ed1 to 40 degreea.
4th. Honda never touch our
milk. ' It la automatically bottled
Bth.' ALL OUR BOTTLES are
acalded Jby machinery. j
We can prove that milk treated
this way la eafe. You ar Invited
to come to our dairy, 2th and
Leavenworth, and aee how we do it.
Aak Tour Doctor.
Thm "Milk.WkiU" Dairy
THK ANM'AIi HANQIET.
The annual banquet of the agents ef
TUB MIDWEST LIFE was given at the
Llndell Hotel on the evening of the 23th
of January, 131S. Heretofore the speech
at theaa banquets 'have been made by the
regular agenta of tha company who were
giving full time to Its aervlce. This year
the following bankers were the speakers:
W. B. Ryona, Cashier of tha First Na
tional Bank, Lincoln; J. W. Welpton,
rresldent of the Exchange Bank, Ogal
lala; Jay M. Riley, Caahler ef the Secur
ity State Bank, Lawrence; O- E. Mickey,
president of the Oaoeola Bank and
George N. Seymour, President of the
Elgin State Bank. II. C. Johnson, an
agent ef the company, sang two or three
Two member of the State Insurance
Board were present. Auditor W. H. Smith
and Governor John H. Morehead, and
they each made a ehort talk which waa
very much appreciated.
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