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BRINGING UP FATHER
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
CnpyrlgTit. 1W. Interna
tional News Service.
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OMAHA CHOSEN FOR
Tint Interstate Firemen's Tourna
' cient Ever Held Will Be Staged
at Omaha Speedway.
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE
The first interstate firemen' tourna
ment ever held will be staged In Omaha
jKver since last November more or les
ItVicflnlte talk of an Interstate firemen's
tournament h Iwn heard, but yesterday
ll)5 talk erased to he Indefinite and ths
Mg event Is now a certainty.
The Iowa State Firemen' association
W Sponsor for the tourney. Iowa la the
hot-bed of firemen' tournament. The
la state tournament la the biggest of
nil 'state events. To dhow the extent of
t$e, Itawkeye association De Witt. Ia.,
-hrh city the 1910 tourney haa been
warded, waa compelled to guarantee, the
sam of to got the event.
hhe Iowa association appointed a com
nfittee consisting of Q. N. Bngges of
Atlantic, 15. Parxon of Marlon, E. E.
limbcrt of Dea .Moines and F. G. Hltch
ck of Council Muffs a committee to
lromulat an Interstate tourney.
i Lease Omaha Speedway.
'.Yesterday three of this committee,
ifc'KKS-". Parson and Hitchcock cam to
tinhn to confer with officials of the
Omaha Auto njteedway with, regard .to
nj.'iglng the, tourney r. th Omaha epead-w'ny-
The speedway official 'granted tha
uw of the racing bowl for the tourney
and the committee announces that prep
arations will txi marie for tt at once,
Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Min
nesota, Knnaaa, Mlaaourl and possibly
Colorado and Wyoming will be Invited
to send teams to this tournament. It
will ba the biggest thing of Its kind ever
held. Never before has an Interestat
firemen's tourney of any kind been held.
The event will last four days. It will
!e a 111.000 tourney and tha prise list will
run well up Into tha thousand.
The events will Include hosa races, hook
and ladder racea. relay raoes and tha like
ly volunteer department. The paid de
partments will also have racca with tha
horaea and motor apparatus demonstra
tlona and contests will be carded.
Tea ma 'from o-er VK towna, perhapa JnO
or SO towns, will enter. Mr. Boggeaa,
who (a president of the Iowa association,
and Mr. Parsons, who la aecretary, both
of whom have attended acores of tourna
ments, declare that Omaha will ba
startled at the magnitude of the event.
All t itles Wail It.
"Once Omaba sees thla first tourney,"
said Mr. Hoggess. "Omaha will want ft
every year. And Kansas City and HL
I'aui and every other city In thl terri
tory will want It. You will ba surprised
at the contest. They are tha moat won
derful thing In the world.
"As for the crowds It will draw toJ
Omaha," continued Mr. Boggeas, "ll will
not surprise me In the least In fact, I
feci confident of It that the crowds will
he even larger than ram to Omaha for
the Mr exposition you held here. It will
vie wltl'i the fall k-Sar-Ren' festivities
sa a nuittiiet to attract the people to
Omaha. They will com by the hundreds
from the towns whose teams are repre
sented to cheer their favorite on to vic
tory. . I figure the Interstate tourney will
prove to be one of tha blget athletic
tournaments In the country next year."
An Interstate association to control and
conduct tli tournament will be organised
shortly with representatives fronj all of
the states on the hoard of directors and
airaiionviits will be started Immediately,
The event will be held some time after
the middle of July, but will be so sched
uled Jhet It will not conflict In any way
with the automobile or horee races to be
stsged here. '
GIRLS RAISE FUNDS TO SEND
COMMERCE FIVE TO LINCOLN
The girl of the High School of Com
merce contributed candy for a sale which
waa held yesterday afternoon for the pur
pose of raising money to defray part of
the expenses of the school's basket ball
team at the state stoumament which will
l-o held at Lincoln thla week.
The Commercial quintet will play their
first game in the tournament tomorrow
evening with Ainsworth. Coach Drunv
mond will take the following ten men
with htm to the tournament: John Fixa,
Mire Rokusek, Max Motkowlrx, Charles
Conhlser, Lennart Mlllbeg, Glenn Reeves.
Wade Reeves, Pai'l Carltrle, John Nlchol
son and Walter Johnson.
KANSAS AGGIES MAKE
FOOT BALL SCHEDULE
MANHATTAN. Kan.. March 7. Th
Kansas State Agricultural college' foot
ball schedule for 191. announced today,
follow: . .
ptemher SB Baker university at
October Southwestern ooilega a
October J Cntversity of Nebraska at
October H Kansas Bute Normal at
(ctuber is-University of Kansaa at
November II 1'nlvereity f Missouri at
govern ier U University ef Oklahoma
Novem'uer K Wasbburn eolleg at
Confined to Home
With the Grippe
Charley Tetera, the Papllllon wrestler,
la down with an attack of the grip, re
tera ha been confined to hla houso for
ten days and haa had a high fever.
As a result of his Illness all of Charley's
matches have been pratponed. It will be
all of thirty day, and perhaps more, be
fore he will again he in any condition
to wrestle. Hla matchea with Freddie
Beall, Pemetral and Jesa Westergaard
have all been postponed and hla match
with Youslff Hussane ha been called
As soon as he recover date for the
Peall, Demetral and Westergaard matchea
will be announced.
Also reters manager ' declares that
after Charley recovers and ha wrestled
the above men Peters will be ready to
talk buftlnea with Earl Caddock.
When tha Caddock-Peter talk started
Maren Pleatlna, who Is atlll in Omaha,
horned into th conversation and pro
ceeded to put the Iowa wrestler on th
pan. "Caddock want to wrestle Peters,
but he' afraid of me. and Peter beat
me," quoth the Irate Pleatlna, "I'va got
a hundred dollar posted with the sport
ing editor of Tha Bee that I'll wrestle,
but Caddock doesn't open his head. If
he want to wrestle o bad why don't he
wrestle met 1 11 bet a little dough I can
twist hla tall, too." ' .
Dr. Stewart Given
; ' Dinner at Lincoln
, UNCOui-i, March 7.-Dr. F. J. Stew
art, ne-7 athletlo director of tha Unl
verstty of Nebraska, wa tonight ten-Jer-
a dinner by the athletlo depart
ment of th university as a mean of
Introducing the new foot ball coach to
the faculty and student body. Dr. Stew
art came to Llnooln Monday and ha
been making himself familiar with the
scene of hla future activities. He la to
remain In Lincoln but a short time, hi
presence being necessary at Oregon Ag
ricultural college next Monday.
City Hall Base Ball
Team Enters Field
The city hall will be represented by a
base ball team thla summer.
A meeting of city hall boys who play
tha diamond gam waa held Monday
evening and It was decided to put a team
In th field under the name of City Hall
Colt. C. R. Young wa chosen captain
and C. 8. Lovejoy wa made manager.
BEATRICE WILL STAY IN
STATE SPEED CIRCUIT
BEATRICE, Neb.. March T.-(Sneclal.i
At a meeting of tha gueen City Park as
sociation last evening it waa decided not
to drop out of tha Nebraska Speed cir
cuit, and It waa voted to accept th datea
of Juna S. IT and 2S a uareated l.v N.
3. Ronln of Fremont, who attended th
meeting. Th association elected these
officers: President R. J. Kllpatrlck; vice
president, W. W. Scott; secretary treas
urer. Stewart Elliott; board of director.
C. B. Mumford. E. Bigler. 9. D, Kll
patrlck. R. R. Kyd and John Wttakl.
P0GGENBURG LOSES BILLIARD
MATCH TO FRANCIS APPLEBY
NEW YORK. March 7.-In th closest
gam thus far of th National Amateur
Billiard Championship tournament here.
Francis 8. Appleby laat night defeated
J. Fred Poggenburg by a score of 400 to
3M. Appleby, who wa mora than fifty
points behind in the forty-third lnnlnr.
caught up and passed hi rival. The
Appleby ; average. I !-; high run.
SO. 45, 43.
Poggenburg 3M; average, I10-t8; high
runs. 7 J. (4. r.
llaetlaaa wist Uaaae. .
HA TINCW. Nob.. March 7.-(.peclal
Telegram.) In the most thrilling basket
ball gam of the season here Hasting
colleza last night defeated Grand Island
college, IS to 14. Captain Prince closed
his spectacular career in college athletics
by leading his men to victory a-ier de
feat seemed certain.
weatvr for Tret Athletes.
CRETE. Neb., March 7. Speeial. Six
of th member of the Crete HlKh school
I. -II . I.. , ,
"'" " ' ' , r.irri n'TO
Monday afternoon awsruVd to thorn by
'be High 8 hool Athletic assoc atlon
Those honored were: Captain Lvater
Krundrll, Clarence Frundell. Leonard
Krundxll. William Kills, Aldyn Kacer and
-H I'lli'VI Ik
letters far Maasugera.
The simrtlng editor of The Be has
letters on his desk for the manager of
th bourgeois bass ball team, and for the
manager of the alurphy-Dld-It team.
OFFICERS OF THE BEE
ARE ALL RE-ELECTED
At tha regular annual meeting of Th
IU Publishing company held yesterday,
th officer and director of th corpora
tion were unanimously re-elected as fol
low: President, Victor Rosewater; vie
president C. C. Rosewater; secretary and
treasurer, N. P. Fell; and Hi L. Haller
and II. A. Haskell add! tlona f director
Picked by Fans to
Play Brandeis Five
Here are a few all-star basket ball
fives selected by Omaha floor fans to
battle the championship Brandeis quintet
Saturday riluht at the Young Men's
Christian association in a benefit game.
The Brandeis team will play a quintet
of star chosen b ythreo newspaper writ
ers next Saturday night, and the pro
ceeds of th game will gq toward the
lecture fund of the physical department
of tha "Y." Following are th lineups:
If arris, forward.
Submitted by Milton Muskovltx.
Submitted by II. H. Nelson.
Some other lineups submitted by fan
who gave no name, are:
Forty Thousand -.
Men Shovel Snow i
in New York City
NEW YORK. March 7. Steamship
movement and street traffic her were
aerloualy Interrupted today by a heavy
anowstorm. The weather bureau re
ported that four Inchea had fallen and
added that thla property would ba in
creased to six lnche by tomorrow morn
ing., A call was Issued . by th city tonight
for 40,000 men to clear the snow from the
streets. Many incoming steamships were
forced to anchor down the bay. Amon
those were th Krlstlanlajord from Ber
gen; the Stockholm from Gothenburg, and
the Slxaola from Havana.
Heart Failure Kills
as Zeppelin Comes
LONDON, March 7. Four people
dropped dead from heart failure In on
of the town visited by the Zeppelin a
th raiding airship appeared.
President Nominate Black.-
WASHINGTON. Mar. (.-Colonel Wil
liam 1. Black has bten nomlnted by the
president to scuceed Uonorul Kingman as
chief of eiiiilni't-rs of U army, who re
tires because of age.
Culls from the Wire
The senate haa confirmed the nomina
tions of Joxeph II. Shea of Indiana as
minister to Chile, and lavld R. Francis
of Missouri a ambassador to Russia,
Eugene Bowennan, a trotting horee
trainer, was found dead in bed at his
home in Leglngton, Ky. According to the
coroner, death was due to heart trouble.
Mr. iiowermun was 6 years old.
A split in Taylor's comet with one of
the parts from two to two and one-half
nmgnltudes fainter than the main comet
Is announced In a message to the Harvard
cbHeivatory frt'in the Yorkt observatory.
Agsuts of the Clyde liner. Apache,
which became disabled off the Virginia
coast Saturday, received a wireless say
ing the vessel wss in miles south of
Bandy Hook and would dock In New York
at noon Tuesday.
1 he Pagena Nvheder of Copenhagen de
(larea that the German lesntlcn at Stock
holm by means of tbousmis of painiih
lets is endeavoring to convince the mas
ters of the Hwedlnh piibllo schools of the
justice of the German vaunu.
In Chlcauo Alex Brodie. Harry Fein,
Charles and Harry Kramer, convicted
Saturday of robbing the Wasulngton
Park Natlonul bank of 1 11.000. were sen
tenced to indeterminate trma of from
one year to life in Die penitentiary.
Harry Wegner, 63 years old, en route
from Chicago to Onwtha, tried to han
himself on a Rock Inland paniier train
shortly before tt reached Ios Moines. lit
faster.ed a nooe to a car aupiort and
was nearly strangled when cut down.
A. H. Howe of Grldfleld, former private
secretary to Cnlted Slates Senator Tom
tiait- has announced Ms canuiuacy for
the republlcau nominal ion for I nlted
Ftutea senator from Nevada, sublect to
the state eonventien to be held, in Septem
ber. The bodies of two little daughters of
Mi. hael Hadcr were found In their home
at Clay Creek, Nicholson county. West
Virginia. An uncle, John Neal. waa misa
Ing, and a puaee with blooilnounda set
out to hunt fur him. His dead body was
found in tha woods. He had shot him
self. Eight hundred men employed by the
Otis Elevator company In Buffalo. N.
Y.. were laid off when the machinists at
th plant Joined the strike called last
wetk by the International Association of
Machinists for an eight-hour day, a min
imum wage of 40 cent au hour and a
closed ah p,
Th crusade against th spreading of
falfc news begun by Louis J. Malby,
minister of the Interior, haa resulted in
th arrest of toil persons in three cities
end Department of the Seine. On hun
dred of this number have been fined or
erntenced to prison by courts-martial.
There, have been similar result in the
Conditions Insisted on Before En
dorsement Will Be Given Work
of Charitable Bodies.
MADE CLEAR AT MEETING
Charity endorsement as It will be
applied In Omaha by the Welfare
board was explained to and dis
cussed by that organization last
evening at Its weekly meeting In the
city hall. As explained to the board
by K. L. Schrelber, secretary, all
charitable organizations and those
engaged In philanthropic work, in
order to obtain the endorsement ot
the Welfare board, must meet the
1. Publish an annual report.
i. Have account audited; If the
revenue or outgo are over $3,000 an
nually thl must be done by a public
I. Each society, after every board
meeting and at the end of the year,
must send to the Welfare board a
roster of all meeting, together with ,
the individual attendance and records
and the names of th Individual di
rector or trustee.
Mast Be Resident Directors.
4. AU incorporated bodies must be
come Incorporated wjth a resident
board of director. Organisation re
sponsible to a national or international
body shall, without violation of disci
pline, secura a local advisory commit
6. in the annual report, a wall a
the financial ' statement,, there shall
appear the . names of the Individual
contributors, together with th
(. Each society receiving; donations
ahall have a system whereby the cash
value of such contribution ahall ba
made In the report.
Mr. Schrelber told th board that thl
system of charity endorsement was recog
nized as standard by th Russell Sage
Foundation and other big- philanthropic
bodies in thl country. He emphasised
and pointed out as significant that C. C.
George, chairman ' of th welfare com
mittee of th Omaha Commercial club,
assured hlra that the club will give no
charity endorsement In the future with
out the Welfare board's sanction.
Ia Operation Before May.
Secretary Schrelber expect to have
the charity endorsement system in oncn.
tlon by May 1.
Thomas J. McGulre, city prosecutor,
who Is in charge of tha legal aid depart
ment of tha Welfare beard, reported that
sine th organisation has been In exist
ence there have been sixty-eight case
In which actual legal aid and 130 cases
In which legal advice and Instruction
hava been given to poor people with
Just causea but without mean. Member
of th Welfare board were highly inter
eated In th Individual case cited by Mr.
McGulre, in which money waa oftentimes
collected for the poor without even going
Into court. .
Ths method sometimes uaeit hv lnn
shark In dealing with poor people who.
in air neea of a little money at ome
particular time, signed paper and docu
ment freely without even knowing what
they were putting their names to, were
dwelt on by the leaal aid heart tT,nr.n
of the law and th way of court, the
aesperaia poor In tha dutches of loan
hark have signed away their wages
for many week after the loan waa paid.
Re porta shown ng th employment phase
of the welfare board were read by Sec
retary Schrelber. Of the S9S applications
for work since the board began opera
tion thirty-six men and women have
been placed In position. He averred that
the demand for worker by employes
utilising the welfare board waa on the
Increase, with the application for em
ployment on the decrease. Board mem
ber were unanimous in asserting that
the big employers of labor for their nwn
good should prefer the welfare board to
m employment agencies.
at Y. M. C. A. Pick
on McMahon Boys
Earl and Ie McMahon. brother, and
their cousin, Guy McMahon, seem to be
the marked victim of hallway thieve
at the Young Men' Christian associa
Th three boy have rooms together In
the "Y" dormitory, and a number of
time in the last few month have had
their quarter ransacked.
Sunday night, while Earl and Lee were
sleeping, somebody entered the room
and made away with all of th clothing
and wearing apparel In sight and gath
ered up a baUirobe. safety raaor and
having mug for good measure. Th
cousin. Guy McMahon. ia at present
Quarantined with scarlet fever.
"W can't keep a thing." said on of
th boy; "every time we buy some new
clothe somebody gets 'era. We're going
to have to move out ot th Young Men's
Christian association, to keep them from
strfltng us blind.'
ROADS TO BE PAYED
BY BONDS CHOSEN
Advisory Board Decides How Money
from Bond Iisne Will Be Spent
if the Issue Passes.
LEAVENWORTH IS OVERLOOKED
If the $1,700,000 road bond issue
passes at the election of April 18
these are the roads that will be
Military avenue, Benson to Omaha.
Lincoln Highway, from end of
paving near Elkhorn to Wate'loo
and thence to street' west of depot
Military road, from end of present
macadam to Elk City; also beginning
at Bennington und extending south
to Military road.
Road No. 62, from Military road
south to Center street.
From end of present macadam on
Q street, three miles west to Millard.
The advisory board, made up of
delegates from each district, de
cided this after a warm two-hour
discussion. The county commission
ers neatly sidestepped a bundle of
grief by Inviting the citizens' com
mittee to decide how the money
should be spent, and it took a big
committee two hours to decide.
West Leavenworth property owners
and merchant demanded that the Leav
enworth road be paved west, but those
In favor of Q street were in the ma
jority. These latter took tha stand that
opening up Q street would offer a greater
Chance for the exploitation of the benefits
of Sarpy oounty and at the same tlmj
have nearly all the advantages of Leav
Tha county commissioners wanted all
of the Important details of the expendi
ture of the bond money settled before
the election so that tha voter may be
come well acquainted with the proposi
tion. Eaoh delegate represented an outlying
precinct In th county and nearly every
rlvlo organization in Greater Omaha was
represented. All were heartily in favor
of the road bonds, but as to th relative
Importance of the atreets where the pav-
tg waa proposed, argument aroae which
for over two hours waa hot Indeed.
The committee' decision was put up
to the county board and will b up for
ratification immediately. -
These are the men who made up the ad
T. F. Stroud. Prettiest Mile elnh. Nnrth
Omaha club. Fifth Ward club: A. D.
Compton, Waterloo precinct; F. H. Bau
rrmetster, McArdle precinct; J. A. Davis,
pnumwesc improvement clun; Harry J.
Hackett. Fontenelle Pork Improvement
club: S. J. Kothwell. Clifton Hill Im
provement club; P, O. Hofeldt. Chicago
precinct: Henrv Anderson. Florence nre-
clnct; S. A Hon Lewla Elmwood Park
improvement club; VHIllarn J. Hamarnd,
West Leavenworth Improvement club;
W. R. McKnen. Dundee precinct: Peter
Manifold. Jefferson precinct; William
I.onfrgsn, I'nlon precinct; .1. F. McArdle,
Klkhnrn precinct: Frank Whltmore, tem
poiary. valley precinct; Oeoree H. Mc
Ardle. Douglas County Good Roads and
Improvement club; Charles F. Winter.
Northeast Improvement club of South
Side: Benjamin Schomer, Millard rie
clnct: Ed George, Commercial club; Ed
eon Rich. Commercial club: W. B. Cheek,
Auto club; P. A. Wells. Auto club; J. II.
Watktns, South Side Business Men' club;
Joneph Cnldwell, Clalrmont Improvement
club; James Walsh. Benson Improvement
club; W. T. Graham, Real Estate ex
change; M. R. Thompson, Southeast Im
provement rlur; John L. Gllmore, farm
ers' Co-operative club.
Eetired Parmer is
Dead at Blair Home
BLAIR. Neb.. Marc . 7. (Special.)
Christopher Gutschow, aged "( years and
a pioneer of thl county, died Sunday
afternoon of heart failure, following a
severe case of grip and pneumonia. Mr.
Gutschow was born In Germany and
came to this country in 1869. He waa the
owner of a JSO-acre farm near Blair, re
tiring from farm life and moving to thl
olty about two yar ago. Hi wife dloS
ome twenty year ago and h leave In
thl city an older brother. JoaeDh. a
nfece, Mr. Minnie Cannon, and his chll-
ren, Chris, Fred, Will. Margaret and
Kathertne of Blair. Mra August Frahm
of Calhoun and Mrs. Frank Donaldson
ot Council Bluffa ' The funeral sen-ices
will be held from the German church at
t o'clock Wednesday. Rev. Lambert of
ficiating, and interment will be In the
Blair cemetery conducted by the German
vereln of which he has been a member
for many year.
Family at Lyons
Heir to Big Fortune
LYONS, Neb.. March . (Special ) The
Kelley family of this place has fallen heir
to a fortune of about tlS0.(Xv, to be divided
among fifteen heir. Here are tha namea
of some of th hair who live at thla
place and those who formerly lived here:
H. A. Kelley and Mra. Joule Brink, Lyons;
Mrs. Georg Msnn of Bancroft. Nathan
Kelley, James Kelley, Wood Lake; Lao
Kelley, Decatur; Mrs. Lilly Jones, Okla
homa; Mrs. Ruby Mills, Kansas; Chub
and Oscar Kelley, Illuton, Ia. This for
tune was left by their Aunt Mary Bag
ley f Randolph, I a., who recently died
at Lo Angvlea.
OMAHA IS TO HAYE
MORE GRAND OPERA
Boston Company, with Parlowa, to
Be Here for Three Perform
ances Next Month.
ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM OUTLINED
B. A. Bachelder, the special rep
resentative of u)e combined Boston
Grand Opera company and the Pay
Iowa Imperial Ballet Russe, came to
Omaha yeBterday to further the in
terests of that company's engage
ment at the Auditorium. 'He said:
"W have today signed our contract
with" the Municipal Auditorium for our
engagement on April 11 and 14. with a
special matinee on Friday, the 14th. The
repertoire will be: On the ISth, 'L'Amore
del tre Re' ('The Love of Three King'),
which wa the real sensation of the two
last seasons at the Metropolitan, New
York, and in Chicago and Boston. With
this. Mile. Anna Pavlowa and he entire
Russian ballet will appear in Che ballet.
'Snowflakes,' taken from Tschalkowsy's
'Nut Cracker,' suite, the merriest of his
"Butterfly" at Matlaee.
"For the matinee 'Madame Butterfly'
will be sung, with Tamakl Mlura. the fa
mous Japanese prima donna, and Ric
cardo Martin from the Metropolitan, and
a long cast, and it will ba followed by
a brilliant and successful list of dlvor
Usements, Including "Th Dragon Fly
and 'Lea Undines,' for Mile. Pavlowa
and her entire ballet.
"Th final performance on Friday
night will offer 'La Boherae," with lit
cast of stars, and it will be followed by
(.he 'Spanish Dances,' with ' all its pic
torial charm,' for Mile. Pavlowa and her
. "We have found that th combination
of grand opera and ballet haa been im
mensely popular in thl country, as it
haa be . in continental Europe for sev
eral year. The newspapers and publlo
everywhere are calling It 'modernised
Giving; Ooaahav Tryoat.
"Perhapa the most Important thing I
can aay to you is that all our produc
tions will be presented In Omaha exactly
as they war in New York, Chicago,
Boston and elsewhere in point of the ar
tists, elaborate scenlo display, costuming
and every other particular. It need now
be no secret that if you ilk the combi
nation of th Boston Grand Opera and
Pavlowa and her Ballet Russe, wa ahall
com to appear before you annually for
TELEGRAPHS REAVIS TO
SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT
LINCOLN, March 7. (Special.) A.' O.
Wolfenbarger, Lincoln attorney, has sent
the following message to Congressman C.
F. Reavls, regarding to th dispute over
the question of warning Americana off
armed merchantmen of the allies.'
"Neither this city nor th people of thla
congressional district endorse the un-
American and audacious request tbat con
gress Interfere with the conduct of diplo
matic affairs by th preatdent and secre
tary of state. Nebraska will forever
maintain that thl 'nation . should not
degrade Itself by appealing to a belli
gerent power not to commit acts of piraoy
and murder on th high seas. No warn
ing ia necessary to Americans traveling
on merchantmen, armed or unarmed. The
rules of International law should not be
changed In the middle of th game for
tha accommodation ot any belligerent.
Many Lincoln cltliens first learned of
th hyphenated telegram to you through
pre dispatches from Washington. Ad
vise your colleague in th house that
Nebraska cttisenshlp regardless ot party
Is positively opposed to accepting any
dictation of American policy from th
capitals of Europe.
"A. O. WOLFENBARGER."
Aged Wmil Barn to Death.
CEDAR FALIA Is- V.arch 7. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Mrs. Bernard Bloom,
aged SS, waa fatally burned laat night
In her home in Ackley. Sh lived alone
and the cause of it 1 not known.
SPEED WELL RATHER
for a stock machine fully equipped with transmission sears, large guards,
lights, electric generator, etc., to beat a speitaljy built, short-coupled,
stripped mai-hine with big racing valves. But thl Is exactly what a 11
did in Omaha. Sunday. March ith. Count the ISIS XAHLKT-DAVIIHsOira
already lu ue. boy a. There I a reason. Come In and place your order now.
"Tne Motorcycle Man,"
Cannon Protests ,
WASHINGTON. March 6. Rev. James
Cannon. Jr., of Virginia, chairman of th
legislative committee of the Anti-Saloon
League of America, protested agalnat tha
confirmation of Louis D. Brandets' nom
ination to the supreme court today before
tha senate Investigating commute be
cause of statements made by Mr. Brandeis
In 1K1 when he waa counsel for the
Protective Liquor Dealers' association
and the New England Brewers' associa
tion before the Massachusetts legislature.
Many Cases of
Says We Must Keep Feet Pry,
Avoid Exposure and Eat
Stay off the damp ground, avoid ex
posure, keep feet dry, eat less meat, drink
lots of water and above all take a apooiv
ful of salts occasionally to keep down
Rheumatism Is caused by poisonous
toxin, called uric acid, which la generated
in the bowela end absorbed into the
blood. It 1 the function of the kidney
to filtar thla acid from the blood and oaat
It out In the urine. The pore of the
kin are also a means of freeing; the blood
of thl Impurity. In damp and chilly,
cold weather the skin pores are closed,
thus forcing ths kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and sluggish
and. fall to eliminate thla urio acid which,
keeps accumulating and - circulating,
through th system, eventually settling In,
th Joint) and muscles causing stiffness,
soreness and pain called rheumatism..
. At th first twlng' of rheumatism get
from any pharmacy about four ounces of
Jad Salts r put a tableapoonful In a glass
of water and drink before breakfast each,
morning for a week. . This is said to
eliminate una add by. stimulating the
kidney to normal - action, thus . lidding
the blood of these Impurities.
Jad SsJts is Inexpensive, harmless and.
Is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with lltbta and is
used with excellent results by thousands
of folk who are subject to rheumatism.
Here you hava a pleasant, effervescent
Uthla-water drink whioh overcome urio
acid and Is beneficial to your kidneys
as well. Advertisement.
X Waa Rnptured and Was Cured and
Want to Tell Other How It .
Kslhlns to Sell Kb CbsrgB Made.
' X will tell you how my severe rup
ture was cured, and how I believe
yours can be cured. Th Infor
mation will not cost you a cent, I
will be glad to feel that I hava
helped .you, and tbat knowledge will
amply repay me. If you will Just
send your address (a postal will do).
X will do th rest.
Mr rupture occurred from a strain)
while at work, Just a most rup
ture occur. I am .a carpenter by
trade. Through tba best of good
luck I found a mean to obtain a,
cure, and Wa soon strong; and wall
again and back at work.
It seems only fair that X should
let others share in my good fortune,
and that is why X am inviting- alt
ruptured people to send me their ad
dresses. Please remember that t
don't want a single cent of your
money. All I want is your addresa.
Send It to me sew, and I feel sure
you will never regret It. Address!
Eugn M. Pullen. Carpeeter.swu
Marcellus Ave., Manasquan, N. J.
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