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TIIE BEE: 0MAT1A, MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 21", 191C.
ALL LANDS OF THE
'. LION FIGHT TO END
Premier of Australia Says Prepar
edness and Compulsory Serr
TALKS TO THE CANADIAN CLUB
OTTAWA. Feb. 20. -Premier
Hughes of Australia outlined the at
titude of the commonwealth toward
the war In aa address at the Cana
dian clnb today. II declared ai a
labor representative tbat prepared
ness and rompulaorr service are
essential for the security of any free
people who desire to retain their
The premier's address vas greeted
with cheers. Among hit bearera
were the duke of Connaught, gov
ernor general of Canada; BIr Robert
Borden, the premleri Sir Wilfrid
Laurlef, '.leader of the opposition,
cabinet minister and many of the
prominent men of the Dominion.
Rrtrtrr ef Caaadlaas.
After praising the "dauntless bravery
of tha Canadians. " Premier Hugh de
clared hlstorto Baleklava wm not to be
compared with the chart of the Eighth
Australian light home, where only fifteen
men survived out of Wft. Whon the order
for the charge was given ten hours be
fore It took place, the men knew tbat for
most of them It meant certain death, and
they gave farewell mseeges to friends
at home to their comrades In the trenches.
Australia has MO, 000 men enlisted, he
aid, and i,u have been sent forward to
tha front. By Jons It Is expected that
aoo.one wilt be under arms.
. . . Vela That Libert r.
Australians, the premier declared,
valued their democracy and liberty, and
were ready to fight for them to the last
"We eould have purchased Ignoble
peace." rremler Hughes asserted. "The
Germans were prepared to treat Canadi
ans as an Independent nation and to con
fer a like favor on Australia. Germany
now knows that It Is fighting not only
England, but also the men of adventure
and resolution In all th British domin
ions, who will fight to the end alongside
those who gave them their traditions. We
shall not quit while Ko remains in us.
'The safety of th dominions of the em
pire was due to the British navy, and It Is
because of the strengthening of the navy
that w live as free men today. Had
Britain been prepared as well by land a
by sea there would have been no wtr."
Browster Is Here
To Tell Omaha Men
Of Defense Plans
The fifty-four men selected 'last week
by Mayor Dahlman to attend the national
conference' at lit. Louis, March 1-4, are
expected to meet in the council chamber
t th city hall at I o'clock this after
noon. There they will listen to William
Brewster, secretary of tb National De
t ..I . . . .
: ness. tv'hlie the city ball meeting la for
.delegates ether a at liberty to attend,
Mr. Brewster arrived In the city Sun
day afternoon and registered at th Bom
hotel. 21 spent th vnlng with frinda.
He ts on something ef an extended trip
and is visiting a number of cities, ex
plaining th purpoee el the St. Louis
The following are the delegates named
by Mayor Dahlman and who are ex
pected to attend the Ft. teuia meeting)
.t. Tax ton
John C. Cowln
N. 11. t t"1lk
T. J. No!n
J. A. ('ever
'. W. banning
Thomes J. I iynn
T. J. O'JHrten
M. E New branch
r. u avr
Charles K. Black
n. c. iifv
On. O. It. Harries
M. L Learned
Va!tr T, I'uf a
FVens V. JuiWn
Charles W. Hull
. f. T. Karlo
vy. K. lfor
J. 11. I 'union t
V. U Heller
(t. I. Hummer
John T. Ym
. H. HoMrege
It M. Uord
John I,. WcCague
J H. Mul.rd
A. 11. Murdook
John R. Webeter
J. A. O. Kennedy
John A. ftlne
K. A. Hbotwoll
T. J. O'Connor
K. M. Howell
T. J. MeOutre
U J. TelVw.1
J. B. Watklna
Garrison Retained '
In a Legal Action
NEW YORK. Feb. lt.-Llndley M. Gar
rison, former secretary ef war, it was
announced tonight, has been retained by
th flatten Protective committee tor the
common stock of the International Mer
cantile Marine company to assist In the
legal fight to have vacated the receiver
ship f the company and rector It to Us
OMAHA LETTER CARRIERS FOR
THE PEftlRQSE'GRIFFIN BILL
Branch No. I. National Association of
Letter Carrier, met Saturday evening
for the purpoee of considering the PVn-reee-Urlfftn
Indefinite leave ef absence
bill, recently Introduced In the house of
repreaentetlvee by Per. Id J. Griffin of
New York. It Is known as a bill grant
ing Indefinite leaves ef absence to super
anueted employee ef tha postal servloe.
The Omaha branch of the association,
of whk'h the Omaha earners are mem
bers, endorsed the bill and pledged them
selves to use all honorable means to se
cure. Us passage -
Union Pacific Saves
' Bridge Over Loup
COLUMBUS, Neb.. Teh. SO. (Special
Telegram.) Setting off . chars after
charge of drcamtta, the Union Pacific
foroe at the. bridge over the Loup, two
mllae from town, succeeded in opening a
channel and bringing the situation out ef
danger so far ae tMs point ts concerned.
Railroad officials consider this their
moat critical spot. Taking edventeg of
a, baJxny spring day, . ever Looo peoUe
wt4.3 their way eJSng the tracks to the
scene. Thuy were rewarded at times br
seeing huge cakes of Ice burled 11 feet
in the air.
Tfcrew Of! lee aad rveat Uria.
When ye feel a cold coming on. take
I&atlwe Broita Quinine. It removes
cause -of Cm da end Ortp. tM'jr one
"Hr-JTBO Ciulnln.-' K. W. UroveS slgu
lurw on box. 2oc-Advert leouwiut.
Villa Captures Band
Of Carranza's Men
:L TAtKt, Tex., Teb. 30 -General Ve
nvietlano Carransa, head of the do facto
Mexican government. In a letter to An
dreas a. Garcia. Mexican oonsul here,
tods? declined the acceptance of a loan,
sM to have been tendered by a syndi
cate of Chicago bankers, and declared to
have been of an unlimited sum.
Francisco Villa has cdptured a small
band of Carransa troops sent front the
Guerrero district In western Chihuahua,
to Attack him.
Incomei Will Be Taxed More In
stead of More of Them Being
Taxed, it it Beliered.
CAN RAISE HUNDRED MILLI0X3
WASHINGTON. Feb. JO. The
proposal to amend th Income) tax
law io to Include smaller Incomes
la virtually certain to be abandoned
In favor of an Increased rat on those
already taxed. It was declared laat
night by democratic house leaders.
Sentiment agalntt lowering th
exemption limit In order to provide
additional revenue for th prepared
ness program crystal! tod. It was aald.
In tb democratic caucus Thursday
night, when Democratic Leader
Kltchln declared against changing
the present minimum of $3,000.
gince then protectants against alt re
duction plant hav become more out
Caa Meeit It Tats War
Leaders declared tonight that virtually
the entire preparedness revenue burden
would be met with Income taxes. Tenta
tive bills looking to raising lioo.ooo.ono
solely by an Increased Income tax rate
are being dlaouesed and will be offered
soon In committee.
One of the demooratle leaders who will
be active In framing the administration
blU, eeld tonight that he would suggest
doubling the present 1 per cent rate en
Incomes below 130,110 and possibly make
the tax on Incomes above that amount
as high as S per cent He also might
suggest lowering the minimum Income
subject to the t per eent rata to 118,000,
he said. Married men, according to this
plan, would be given the advantage of an
additional $1,000 exemption as In the pres
How Meek Needed.
Although neither the naval nor military
affairs Committee has Indicated what
amount of money will be needed to meet
the expensea of preparednnes. It generally
la understood that for tha first year it
win be eloee to tM.000.000. Tentative plans.
It Is said, will proceed, therefore, on the
theory that about 1100,000,000 will be
RAN rRANCICO. Cel., reb, r.-Com-promlae
between the republicans and
progresalvee of California In tha nomina
tion cf California delegates to tb re
publican national convention, to be held
In Chicago June T, was rejected by the
executive committee ef the republican
state central committee ac a meting here
yesterday. Walter R. Bacon of Ban fran
oisoo, chairman of the executive com
mittee, told the committee that Meyer
Llaaner, progreetve leader, had offered
to let the r pubUoo.ua nominate thirteen
of the twenty-sia republican delegates U
a like number of progressives would be
It was dsolded by the committee that
tha California delegation to Chicago
should go unlnstruoteo,
HILLSTROM'S. ATTORNEY '
: MAKES GENERAL DENIAL
SALT LAKH CITT. Utah, V Feb. .
O. N. Hilton ef Denver, attorney for
Joseph irillstrom, the Industrial Work
ers ef ths World leader who was ex
ecuted her November II for the mur
der of J. O. Morrison, makes a general
denial and challenges tha Jurisdiction of
the supreme court of Utah in his answer
filed today In the disbarment proceed
ings instituted, here by th Utah gut
Bar association. Th proceedings grew
out of an stldress made by Hilton at
Hlllstrom'e funeral In Chicago, In which
Hilton was said to have asserted that
he Utah supreme court was Influenced
by the Mormon church in declining to
grant Hlllatrom a new trial
The ludgee who presided In the Hill
strom ease. Including all the members
of the supreme court, are non-Mormons.
raebla Baab.ee III.
PUKBLO. CY.IO.. Feh. iO.-Mahlon O.
Thatcher, president of the First National
bank of Pueblo and promlnunt In finan
cial affaire In Colore do. ,.rlmily til
at his name here. Members of the family
nave ea summoned train van a go.
A WOMAN'S at
a man as
pipe's as old as it
SHIPYARDS OF 0. S.
RUSHED WITH WORK
Crowded at KeTer Before in Their
Eiitory and Refusing- Con
tracts for New Type..
LAMES VESSELS BLEW BUILT
WASHINGTON", Feb. JO. Re
ports to th Bureau of Navigation,
made public today, show that Amer
ican shipyards crowded with work
aa never before In their history, ar
refusing all contracts calling for new
types of veaseli and confining con
struction to thos types for which
construction plana already have been
With 230 merchant vessels, with
a total tonnag of about 1,000,000
tons building or about to be started,
the United States now is being out
stripped In construction only by
Great Britain and navigation bureau
expert ae in th boom a prospect
tbat th country may recover the
position it held befor th civil war
when it was tb foremost nation In
Dan bled WKhta Year.
The amount of tonnage under construe
tlon In American yards has doubled
within the last year. It has increased
nearly (0 per cent since Decemeber 1
and yard are so filled with orders that
many have work that will keep them
steadily employed until well Into 1917.
Thirty-nine ships have been completed
slnos last July.
Ths steamboat Inspection service la
preparing for an expected shortage In
men to command merchantmen by chang
ing regulations governing Issuance of
licenses. The age limit for officers was)
reduced In an order several daye ago
and other changes In the regulations are
Department of Commerce officials are
Investigating a plan by whloh Its pro
moters claim structural steel may be
used on the veesel construction. It It
proves suooeaaful, It Is declared, con
struction not only will be cheapened, but
an Immense advantage will be given to
American yards because structural steel
Is produced In such large quantities in
the United States.
Lara-er. talpe BelaaT Ballt.
Ons prominent fact th navigation bu
reau's investigation revealed was that
much larger vessels are under construc
tion than In previous years. . '
SWEDEN DENIES ASKING
AMERICA TO CO-OPERATE
LONDON, Feb. 80, A. Copenhagen dis
patch to the Exohange Telegraph com
pany says, that a Swedish official, state
ment denies that Sweden has requested
the United States to Join In a conference
of neutral countries. ,
Dispatches from Washington on Febru
ary IT said that Sweden had appealed to
the United States to eo-operate with her
and other neutral natlona to maintain
the preservation of rules of International
law concerning the protection of neutral
commerce aad navigation. The Swedish
appeal, according to the Washington die
patches, was signed by Swedieh Minister
Mies Belle Hatch and - Miss Dodge,
trimmer, have gone to Chicago on a
Mrs. Cart Brandels and daughter, Miss
Stella, on their way to the ooaet stopped
over In the otty at Hotel Frmtenelle
yesterday. They Intend visiting moet
pieces of Interest, not returning east
lor eight or nine months.
Culled from the Wire
Harry p.- Gamble cf Boulder, Colo.,
formerly a dlettict Judge in Denver, was
appointed adjutant general ef the Colo
rado National Guard by Governor Carl
son to succeed Ueneral John Chase.
Oscar S. Ptrev.s ef New York City and
Horace 8. Wilkinson of Byracute were
recommended as delegates to the pr
grHaiv national convention at Chicago
at a meeting cf the county chairmen of
the progressive party iu New Tork etate.
Mlea Anna MrLean Towler. said to
have been the first woman hank presi
dent In the United fitatee. died at St.
I.ouia after an illncaa of two years. A
few weeks e ro she waa re-elected i.reet.
dent Of the First National bank of Mount
IMeaeant. Tex., of whloh ahe had been
the chief executive for more than twenty
The exemtnatton of veniremen aa to
religion, politics, likes and dislikes, netted
one more possible Juror to try William
lortmer for alleged bank wreeklng t
Chicago. The peealng of Frank W. lielm
buoh, brought the lint of those tenta
tively accepted, but still subject to chat
lenae i'p to eeven. Helmbuch is married,
a landscape gar-Oner and aa Independent
A Tat Increase of 1 cent per hour In
the wages cf approximately S,KX allied
shopmen of the Denver Rio Grande
railroad System extending from Denver
to Oeden, Utah, was granted by officials
cf the company following a conference at
Denver with an executive committee of
the ehopmen. according to W. E. Meders,
representing the machinists.
old as tho looks,
IJ . i r i
cia as no reels, a
API PEof VELVET
always tastes juit
old enough. "For
VELVET Ts just old
enough when it has
had its two years of
which brings out the
best that is in
Wounded Man Was
Resident of Omaha
Cletn Morrison, reported seriously shot
st pvanston. Wfo., lived In Omaha dur
ing Me early life, at the northwest cor
ner ef Sixteenth and Vinton streets. He
Is a son of Morris Morrison, who was ac
tive In local politics more than thirty
Clem Morrison la 45 years of age. He left
Omaha yeare ago and has been In the oil
business In Wyoming for years.
FLOODS HIT TOWN
Louisiana Bnrf Unprotected by
Lereei and It Za at Mercy
MAEOOiJZD THOUSANDS HT7XQ&Y
NATCHEZ, Miss., Feb. JO. A re
lief expedition left here today on tha
government steamer La Fourch for
the Buck Ridge Crevasse In the
Mississippi river near Newellton,
La., where several thousand negroes
are reported flood marooned with
little to eat
Waters from the crevasse had
flooded a vast area tonight The
break had reached a width of 800
feet, it waa reported. The flood has
reached the town of Waterproof,
La., which la unprotected y leveea
and is at the mercy of the water. Re
ports from St. Joseph said that town
was more than one-third cdvered
Mayor Jacoby or Njtwelltown
reported that a number of marooned
people were brought there today
from the country. He said supplies
there had almost given out and that
boats were needed to rescue hun
dreds caught by the flood In the
YEAR IN JAIL GIVEN
ON WHITE SLAVE CHARGE
LINCOLN. Neb.. Pen. 20.-Judge T. C.
Munger ln federal court' today sentenced
John W. Campbell, 11 years old. to a
year In the county jail at HasUngs, Neb.,
on his plea of guilty to a charge cf
white slavery. Judge Munger said on
account of his youth he would spare tho
prisoner a penitentiary sentence.
Csmpbell confessed to bringing Belle
McMahon, an U-year-old girl, here from
Sioux City for Immoral purposee. Fol
lowing his plea of guilty and before be
ing sentenced, Campbell and the girl
. M IK" . , D 1 ,r-
Thousands of dissatisfied Building Owners
have silently kept the story of their
Building Experience to themselves
Some have done so. because they feel that they, themwlvee,
should have looked into the various ways of conducting the bust.
; neu of butldlns ft little more carefully before they let their
Others Boy as little as possible about their unsatisfactory
building- experience, because ln spite of the fact that they have
. always considered themselves good business men, and in spite of
every precaution and cars possible on their part, their building
, did not turn out aa expected.
Only the man who has had building experience Is ln a posi
tion to fully realize the value of a careful analysis of the busi
ness of conducting building operations before signing contracts
with anybody for upon making such aa analysis he will quickly
et see that a business which has so many technical problems as the
business of building requires organisation ln order that Archi
tects, Building Engineers, building superintendents and building
mechanics shall each perform their part of the work at the right
time and in the right way.
Such a man would readily recognise ln this Company's Mod
' ern Building Organization an instrument that will Insure him
ana'nst the expensive mistakes and the general Inefficiency of the
olderday building methods for back of our highly organized
force of widely experienced building professional men and build
ing tradesmen stands a big and financially responsible firm
which guarantees, as soon as plans have been completed, that the
building will not exceed a certain price.
Under these conditions it will be realized that
this company is providing the kind of building
service that the prospective builder cannot
afford to do without.
We are equipped to handle the designing and erec
A City Residence
A Store Building
ITALIAN AIR FLEET
Rome Squadron Attack Laibach,
Capital of Carniola, After Fierce
0SE MA CHUTE SUHR0TODED
ROME (Via London), Feb. 20.
The loss of one aeroplane ln an air
raid by an Italian squadron on an
Austro-Hungarlan town Is reported
In the official statement Issued to
day. The statement follows:
"There have been artillery ae(lona
at various points on the front, ln ad
dition to reprisals of fire against In
Aerial Raid Made.
"In retaliation for the numerous
violations of International law by the
enemy since the beginning of the
war, a squadron of our aeroplanes
made a raid on Lubiane (Laibach)
yesterday morning. They were
shelled en route by numerous anti
aircraft batteries and were attacked
by groups of enemy aeroplanes, but
our daring aviators succeeded In
reaching their objective.
"Descending when over the town
to a lower level among the clouds,
our squadron dropped several dozen
of mine grenades and bombs.
Oa Machine Lava da.
"One machine waa attacked and
surrounded by six Austrian aero
planes and was forced to land on.
enemy territory. The other machines
returned ln safety to our lines."
Laibach li the capital of Carniola
and Is forty miles northwest of
Gorilla. It has a population of ap
Death of Corvin
Is Fourth in Brief
Time in One Family
Ae fourth death within two months
In the same family occurred yesterday
when M. V. Corvin, 78-year-old civil war
veteran, who lived at S330 South Forty
second, passed away. He was thirty years
a cltlxen of Omaha, and was widely
On December 80, his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mary Burke, died, and three days later
another sister-in-law, Mr. Catherine
Mitchell, was called to rest. Last Suit,
day his wife died.
The only surviving relative Is a nephew,
Lawrence Burke. No funeral arrange
ments have been made.-
A Hotel A Court House
An Apartment House A Public Library
A School Building A Club House or
A Church Other Public Bldg.
Financial assistance furnished to those
of our building customers who require it.
For further particulars, add res
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Offices Ground Floor Be Bldf., Omaha, Nab.
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ITS DOORS TODAY
(Continued from Page One.)
even a few more distant stales wilt come
In to Omaha.
Maay Dealer Ex skirted.
Last year LMQ dealers la outside cities
visited the show. Practically vry on
of those dealers came her on business
bent. Local representatives with whom
the outside men work In conjunction re
port that at least S.S0Q outside dealers
will some In for th show this year, and
tbat la a coneervatlve estimate, too.
A special feature of the xhlWtlon this
year will be th music Neble's Sym
phony orchestra which met with such
favorable approval last year, has been
re-engaged. The orchestra has also been
ttaartet WUl tlaer.
Th La Salle Opera quartet of Chicago,
one of the beet mixed quartats la the
country, ,wlll assist tha orchestra. Con
certs by the orchestra and Quartet will
be given each afternoon from I o'clock
until (, aad every voins from T:JU to
Th musical program today Is a fol
Mardh Thundering Cannons
Selection Ermine Tbeo, Tobanl
Popular-America, 1 Love You
Leslie and Dottier
Walts Dance With Me....Wallle Herser
Overture Zanored Rossini
Selection Oirl from Utah.. Jerome Kern
) Get Over ftol Walter Herser
(b) Ragging the Scale Cleypoole
Walts La t)parnola..Vlnceneo dl Chlara
Characteristic Dance cf the Rose
Msidene Bdumund B rah am
Nautical Melody Before the Mast...
Mtorch America First T. H. Loeep
Orand Opening Marcrh Auto Show
Bpecial A, M. Fairbrother
Selection Chocolate Soldier
Popular Number My Sweet Adair....
Joeeph W. Stern
Quartet Rlgoletto Verdi
- La Salle Opera Quartet.
Conoert Waltsee Hawaiian Farewell
Song Carl Fierier
Overture Lustaptel ........... Keler Bela
Selection Otrl from Utah.. Jerome Kern
Blue Danube. ....Strause
Lafialle Opera Quartet.
a) Sweetest Olrl In Monterey.. Remlch i
(b) It's Tulip Time ln Holland.. Remlch
Waltsee Missouri T. Jf. A. Fora-ter
Overture Light Cavalry Suppe
Exit March Semper Fldelaa..J. P. Souse
ALLEN OF LINCOLN HEADS
BUILDERS' SUPPLY MEN
CLEVELAND, O., Feb. JO The Na
tional Builders Supple; association closed
Its annual convention here today with a
short morning session at which the offi
cers were elected, as follows: H. H. Allen,
Lincoln, Neb., president; William A. Fay,
Cleveland, vtoe president, and J. B. Des
mond, Chicago, secretary.
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ECZEMA ON BABY'S
HEAD AND FACE
Started With Little Pimples. Spread
All Oyer Her Face, Head and
Neck and Got Real Sore.
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My Btle daughter had a bed case of
ecsema on ber bead and face wbeo she was
five months old. She took It with just a
few little red pimples, and
It started from that and
spread an over ber face,
bead and neck. They got
real sore and she would
scratch as they would Itch
ber so nrach. She was
terribly cross and fretful.
"While It lasted, ber face
was dls.lgured. She could not sleep or res
until I need Out! cure Soap and Ointment.
I started with Just a free sample and It
relieved ber so I purchased more and about
two months after, she waa healed." (Signed)
Mrs. Alice Wilbarger, R. T. D. 4, Alliance,
Ohio, July 34, 1019.
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IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
You have swollen feet and hands!
Stiff, achy Joints! 8harp-ehooting, rheu,
matic Pains torture you. You have mrh-
Jng back, pain ln th lower abdomtn.
oiincuity when urinating! Look ou' !
These are danger signals. Trouble is
with your kidneys. Uric acid poisoning,
in one form or another, has set In. It
may lead to dropey or fatal Bright
disease if not checked.
Oet some (ini.11 MKHIL Tlwanlnni nil
Capeule Immediately. They are an ol I
preparation, used all over the world for
centuries, combining natural heallnr oil
and herbs, well-known to physicians and
used by thousands In their daily practice.
i ne vapauies are not an experimental,
make-shift "patent medicine." or "salt."
whose effect is only temporary. Thev
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genuy ana quickly. But when you go
to the druggist, innlst on getting the
pure, original Haarlem Oil In Capsules.
Be sure the name GOLD MEDAL, In on
the . box and ' thue nrotect yourself
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