Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 05, 1916, Page 11, Image 11
"mm THK KKK: OMAHA. WKDXKSDAY, Al'H.l, 5, XL i t t DANIELS CLASHES WITH ILL1N0ISAN Sectary Grilled on Subject of Fiike's Leaving the Naval Department. URGES SUPPORT OF PROGRAM WASHINGTON. April 4. The ,feou naval committee! brought to Un end yeaterday Ha prolonged hear .Ugn on the 1917 naval appropria tion MIL Heciefary iMnlele cloei e thrrjavday atateniunt Wore tbe curnmlttM with final appeal In aupport of the atlirilnletratlon'e flve rer building- urogram, A eub-com-iniue will lenn Immediately fram ing ttMl bill. It bee,arn known tonight lhat a dlcririliod (effort would be tnade to provide for el rapllal ablpa, two dreadnaibta nl four battle cruu ra, aa a irotuproniUe between tha rwomriiendatlona of the eeeratary pnd of tbe navy general board, W-n't f "Wfieee I'. . . Mr. renlel arrled all effort "dy eet from him a etalemenl to lha rela tive piue among naval power tb Vtik4 ehouid 0'wuvy. n " the tve-year program ba bad npl"t out wmiid not put the country In on1 plaeo, in hi Judgment, and mat tha ptrm-nt change co'ld not ha aakad to nt for the Ontuvtmft or iweniy ar pae. At tha (lo of the Jiiiro pean war, he M, he believed a grt opportunity would- tome for interna tional llrnltaa'ion of armament, end with etrong building program edopted, tha 1,'rined Utah would be In a WW l elflmi to urge that movement g"efully 1l n If Me fleet ware weak. IlPTmUtv Midler of Pennaylvanla, republican, eejled the eenratary r r.mmenUtlnn for ' gevernmaot projee- II tvihrr, Jfe aeaeried that tha pl f leatlon. tor nr armor piercing h.l! wr o ilh lht thr wM not M tnet by wa(ifurr, nd oln" rti'!lr0 ! hd rnMnn to bllv tht lm fisHlftnii for nvy IMnch and ther tn bnlnl(itrl(ll to tb ftiwlun nt4 Orrrnun twrnfMmU," II MMtd (ht Hr Admiral tri, clilf f rlnrtr, b MkH in pwrtufa a Wtor t th Krorp emnpttiy tit 0nnny. Admlrf rrtiM w nmwnd tr and riwl t lir In qumHon. It km a rply t n ft-nttmr m Wr th wf by th Knpp company to anppiy rtiinirv Infh ipin lor lh Vrrttd ary. Th oixlnan'- tniwau fiwrd thai If tuna t nr th rutrfnn In th ffr emild U provM4, th 'mpny'a hid would bv atfniln. "Th ara not h priflclmi of if fortn-ln'h ir," rtottrl WrM aid, "Thy ar for a mtvU umr)or aim," 1Mb tt -TrtMTir and tba admiral aald thay had no know1d of aiiy plana or othar fnformadlon having Wn Imparfa to tha Riwatan frvammnt, 1n anawar to lUipfaftnlallv Wutlar'a aaaortlon that tha arrnir-plr'ln hll (.fl-Mori wr too hlti. Admiral tttrauaa produd tha rnord of tha da t'rtrn''nt to ahow llut Mldval and riru. Blhla eompanlia bad ollard lar (loantltlra of thnlta that bad paiwrf tha lia- HflTatary Panlola rpl!d at lngh (o rrHlrtam of hlrruilf. Implied or alai'd, luring Op a tvallmony of Icor Admiral F1ka, tntmrr aid for opicratlcma, and ha- cama trivoJvM tn a warm r.onlrovray wltb nni)'antatla Hrlftn of IIHnfla, ropuMiean, , Raaponilfng to njiiMMotia by ''haJtman r't, ha aald Admiral yik hod aovgtif opprr1ntmnt aa ,omrnanlr of tha AtlanH" nnt whan Bar AAmlral rdor ratlrod and had rapaatMny ra mi'at.ad It to tha aaoratana graat am- harraanmont, Mr. Danlol aald b fold Admiral f1ka that Rar Admlrat J-lfhr, than eom- mandlnf a atnadron In Vfmrlcan watr acamad nftlod to tha eppotntnKnt. Ad miral Flaka replM that Flatchor did riot wanf M, tha aflrotary aald, and aaVd tht tba appolnm;nt ha bald up until h ronld writ to nitrhr, Tbla waa doi, Mr. Panlnla aald, and whn Mr. DHl-rhar rplld that ba wntild he honorad by tha command, ba m apprrintad; and from that tlma on Admiral Plalia waa not In harmony' with tha Navy dnpartmont. , rtltlrr flrrr Win Maaa Order, "Our flrat dlffrmr," aald tha mrm. lary, "waa mar tha wtna mraa order. Admiral Klaka ' gwally aggrlavad. Ma aald navy offlcara would go to tialrig focalna. My only regret about tha erdr la that T did not laana It on March I, whin I rm Into offlna, Inataad of wait ing." Mr. Panlola aald ha had haan proniptad to laaua I ha OKlr Jxwanaa of tha many iaaa that cama bafora him of young offh-ara aI'lhtdil to rlrlnk, Ha dtail oiia man who told him that hta aon, a young navy offiMra, navar had uaod llfior In any form IWora ba wnt ahoard ahlp. Although ha had raaolvad to ak for Admiral riaka'a raalgnatlon, ilia am-ra-tary aald ha rhangad hla mind whn con- ra rrratad lha offlra of fhlrf of iiarHtlna to a'ipplaiit lha alria ayrm, and Intandfd to allow tha admiral in , "na a ahla until lha rWra axplrrd 'Tha admiral raalgnad. howavrr, Iwfura itia naw law haratna affa.-llva. rtaprantallva llrliln (1lr.-li. atlni tmn to Admlial flxkx'a atalamciil ll.i.l a had raalgnad Iwa'ina ha had dlfli-f trrii Mr. I'anlala an tha tiar)-dm na .!iBlhiit, Tha ar.l.rv aald thai an i". I lha rraiim glvan lo him for fb ra iiiiltn ItrHntaitva llrltinn aaked Umt rrrlaln laliara from Admiral r'Uk and lha ganatal Maid to lh Mfi'larf arning hlto thai lha navy waa iiiit-ia-I i"l f'tr piarad Itl lha t" md Mr I'atiiria ilo. t,i il, an, aaying i tad no iiiioniiiiii if iriiiiiiliig iiiih . i,trfMtMaM a l-l!!) ma In.ar.t and htmartf la luail (ha nl Wl at gunai t. iMl,iailva lirlKrn and Ilia i la i I . U.I I aaahi t.n lha (.tn.r i. t g iI'Oiuh itlc tuaaiM had nul I . .m lha ).. mi.ixit'Uh.. it t.f a I ii.n.an ir.i.iai t I (mi ikia hailil.i Mil If . i In ti I"'1' l'MH a --," ta I 'imr't l'an ,'ttil iu iii ln'iti ld it mf lltat i iu )..,, ,1.1 i, ! ld ui a gi"ral l-ln pii Dim l il ) I I xl.iai l II, I inini at-ilad tiiat iMaiy My l-ail un4n,. f ma vf.fcul f it hi. tt t.f -iiu ,i,(. tiutii.g i lii.iniiii a, It a I i i u iiiki t M ..! it 'in Mr m h ai iU. i I m. it r.l. t H a-.-fUiy Hi (if h if It . I.. im I. I, I Ui'1.1 ml li m r...lii an dltal hi Hit 'i i.,iii . ru, ii a i.a i. . in ' ' a ht a i ii Immm Hmk Kerr n ' ' .1 In 1 ..in, Hi, , ul, n it, .... i imi iu .,.. i-i i i.t ),,,,, ,.ii., , t mi l ?, -i. i , .'I.. i , i . COL. WINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL, former first lord of the British ad miralty, wearinff new it'eel trench helmet, with which the Trench and British armies are now equipped, He is with his regiment in Flanders. Cjm "WiimmF aaurrs DOES NOT COUNT IN DEPRECIATION lfg;ht Eipert from Clereland A4 mitt Plant Woold Ltut it Figured Eight. HOWELL PRESENTS HIS VIEWS City flommlaalonar Jardln. In tba city council chant bar Monday, qnaa tlonad Fr'dtirlfk W, liallard, av land aUctrie Debt man, on atatlatlra offrd In connection with tha niunl- rlpal llht plan of lha Otilo city. Mr, liallard ahowad f bat tha nt proflta laat year wara $42,000, pra- ganUn n array of fjiniraa purport ing to yiild that baianr. "Don't you Includa any dapraiTia llon In your compulation T" aakad Mf, ardlna, Tha Claveland man ad mitted ba had not dona ao, whara ipon tha cofiiiuUalonar guggr-atad that par rent would ba about rlfbt to atrfka off for deprwlatlon, trill Off f)iaraaaaf . Thraa par rant dapraf.tallon on tha r"avland Invaatrriant of W,,)0 would ha '), M and aaaumlhg lhat ttJAK) l ahout correct for nat proflta, according o tha Mallard method of figuring, than thare would ba a loaa of Mr. Hal lard finally admitted tha falmaaa of atiiking off an amount for diprarlatlon, Ilia clavaland man (old bow the mu nicipal light plant la oporalad In Cleve land and provad rathr cntartafnlng a a conjurar of flgure. In responaa to a uu.llnn by Commla alonar Jardlne, Mr, flullard eJd thf. ha rnrialdarad a minimum rhaiga propar and lhat to cnta waa prohahly not enough. ft, II, I To wall, guioral managar of tha local water plant, defended hie managa marit of the municipal water plant and took Inane with a ('bhago monthly pub lication whbb baa made aavaral ttT' ne.M to the Omaha watar plant. Mr. ffowall gtoutly aaaarvated that the water plant ) balng operated at a profit and he aald ba knew that the people had a good thin here In their water eyetem. fnmwat gakad Mr. riallard what waa chargad for water (n f lavaland, to which he rapllad that tha price ia ) rant a par 1,0V) ruble faet. Tbla rate reduced to i!oat of 100 euhln faat, which le the baala In Omaha, would be 4 cante In Cleveland fr what we pey N7 eente or 11,67 fnr I.IViO euhlo feat In Omaha for what Cleva land chargaa 44 cante. Panhandler Grabs a Looao Five-Dollar Bill and Runs Away While K. If. fferrnw waa on hie way to hla raeldanee, 4" North Twenty-fifth trnat, lata yaatcrday atanlng, a young man acooatad him at Mlatanth end Call fomla etreoli, who aekrd him If he had any monay. Harrow aald ha bad aome mnnay and aakad tha man what ha wanlad. Olt, I Juet want a quarter to gat a had with," rapllad the atrangar. Harrow than pullrd out aome Inoaa hanga and a ftv dollar hill from hie norknt and whlla ha waa looking nvar ttm haiign tha atrangrr grahhad lha five d"l lar hill and 1'" the ana allli al Marrow caught tha man, however, ami hald him utiiil tha ixilha ware railed Marrow found (hat ilia alrangar bad In aonve way la eratud Harrow' left thtimh Tha Injured mail waa li ken l tha at- lion, hra tltv I'htali'lan I "r Ml ) r alteiided him. 'lha airangrr waa pl'"l In lha ally 111 In aaalt a heailng In lha f 1 1 . rnurt Ihla nuiriilng I la a a hla nama aa ilroifa l'mniin and hla ivnllnua aa .nwmheia In Hinaha " tlala tla Hwra Maar. it dinlil and In ki'tiiaa n and afirr Anll ih, Ha a ita and ha 'a a raaa nt ll.it ,t lt I hi a li hi In iiir hmm M ill I Sai.U..la. limn laa 1't.ona Hinigiaa ni MARYLAND RACE TRACKS SAFE FOR IWO YEARS YET VSHHt,)H Md, April ( -All ai Ii t. Iff Ulall fal. aa IM lha laal l-ii I nt lha l in.ii'al vaatiin at l'a lU Ul .ie ami lia tif II lia.lt In Mv U,. l-inill ... Ili la ilia ri..n and la nel .an itlian Ii .raiin t,a fi.no ant a ti b''a'h n f'" lit at Ui Mae ImI'iIoh taii ! iftall II iiiil l t vija ili iml iill ti.im mid waii 1 1 at I rok f ilKhii.ua v,, ,u, II oe-itl M i I In luldnm i aa Mi iHillinr i.a mi i.i ia( ra.e4 ! I f... la niaii a .it t(. t I -1 ul nt a i l i h iiiiita 'ih l'iid- II la .fni il a.,. I ii liiiii pi 'i.ii.i.!lt Ii ! i. iiii ii n ' imiii iii at in. - ., .:.. I ami k. l 1 1 l I alia I I , I l ft i , I f 1 i li' i I I I 'i.l DEMAND LIGHT UPON PACKIN6JNDUSTRY BepretenUtirei of Ll Stock Orow cri Call for Fall Federal Investigation. 00 BEFORE HOUSE COMMITTEE WASHINGTON, April 4,Wra- gardlng an offer by tha largeat pach Ing Intereate of tha country to aub mlt to an Inreetlgaflon by tha le- partrnent f Agrlcultura, rapreanla- tlvee of tba lira etock (rowera today appeared before a houaa Judiciary gubcommlttee and demanded an In quiry Into every angle of tha Indua try, particularly aa to alleged price fixing by an Inqulaltorlal body wlth unllrnlted poweia of aubpoetia. "Tha producers and fnedera want a real Inveatlgatlon,' delared Wal ter h. riaher, former gwretary of tha Interior, attorney for tha market committee of tha National I.la Uock aeeoclatlon, "They do not believe that other Inquiries along llila Una have been real." f'aelere Waat Watt, The aiitn'ommlltaa mat ! rildr a raanlntlon Introduced hy Hapraiwntallve norland of Mlaaourl wheh would dlract the Kdral Trad commlaalon 10 dalar- mine whethr Ihe parkara are violating tha antl lruet )awa. Ilepraaentatlvae ef hoth parkar and grower ware prctif, hut lha only epekr today ware Mr. Klahar and mernher of the rotnmlttee, It prohahly will tie eeveral daya hafore the figrker have an opP'f unity e praaant their aide of the raaa, Mepreaantallva norland, ftooilltle of Kanaa. Ktaale ef low, Kant of Cellfor. nla and Mr. flaher epoke, edvo'etlug en Inquiry and contending lhat concrete evl dnce ef the eeletence of a tckar' com mlaalon could b procurad. Thare eoamad to tie ganeral eantlmenl favoring hroad anlng Ihe eoop of Ihe florland raaolullnn The burdan of the talamant ef the ceaa made by Ppraanttlvaa florland and fwiollttle waa (hat lha packor kad the prlre of meal down during a parlod of great demand In WIS, end lhan, efler agitation for en Inquiry bad ban alerted thl yaar, advanced It materially tbl yrr In the fae of Incraaaad rlr.l, Mr. ftooilltle lo rvtr4 that the te. partmant of Jualhe t ble euggaethm waa conducting an Invaatlgatlon of a eud- dan drop of II ft hundred In the price of hoge that took place on Hoher V od 21, llf-. In Chicago and Kanaa :ity. Mr. Flehar Md of tha parkar wllllng naae to an hmlt to e dtartmmtaJ eeam inaiioti. Ona of lhair aHomy man tinned II n him, be aald, and he Immedi ately oppoaed It on Ihe ground that tha department would he without power to compel a far-reaching Inquiry, Jtepre eentallve of the pa'ker, it wa learned later, have communicated (hair plan to Ihe department, Mr. rlehar euggted that the relation hetween the packer and trade journal and other avenue of puhlh Ity hould be Invaatlgated. "It I elleged and believed by the etock-ralalng Indiietrte of the eountry," he aald, "that aome of the channel of publicity re controlled by the packer." Tomorrow' alon ef tha nommlttee will he devoled to hearing other wit neaaea for the producer, among whom are former Governor fli'ihha of Kan and Kdward I Hurke of Omaha. "Cascarets" for Your Bowels if Headachy, Sick For biliousness, bad breath, colds, indigestion and constipation. Enjoy life! Liven your liver and bowels tonight and feel fine. Tour tofigii la coated! liok Inalda your wat'h cover anil ea! That' bad hiialneaa, What hava sou hean aatlng? What were you drinking? What kind of a lay chair did you lake eeree In? Now, don't think It doean'l matter, lie. eauae, it' your ho we In that talk now every lima you open your mouth. That doean't help your popularity, nor your earning ceiieclly. Ilealdea, a paraon with had howela la In a bad way and a mated tongue or a had hi eat h are aura ajgna of had howela end poor condition. Why don't you gat a lo-renl Iwn of Caacarala at any drug atoie and glva your liver end thirty feet of howela Ihe nliiaat, ganilral cleanalug they ever a (lerlenned Take one or two I'aeiarelii mnlaht end wake up feeling tine and fit All llradaehe, f mlliieiia, Mlllouaiieaa, llml Hrealh, Hlumaeh Hounieaa, fold and Can- allnatloil gotia wake up Hllh oiir head rlear, lungue ilaan, etmnii eaeat, llvei and howela a llva, alep alaallc and rmu plailon roay. I'aai'erai work whii ynu lap navei r1 or ah kali. Caai aiwl ae( an genliv lhat you hardly reallaa you hava taken thorough ralhartki. They don't bother ynu all t"l day Ilka alta, pllla, oil m iialomal I'aai-arala Iwlug peifeclly harm leaa la heat children a laiallva -Advar-llaement, Miitri n Me-aiimt, Hotel- Marie Antoinette BroaJeiy, tCtli and 67th tSU, ar ioav crrv, aiTt aTan i ia .i -n tcnlMil fati n hi il . . a a a.eir diil, i.ii.iirif Ui.'f, '.im imi..,i(a i t lha lea Hi. 4iniiii, al ' "i end I aaalei I'tm i 1 1. wt.i a.. inael twl I '(-! Rooms, Vfith Hath, $150 Trr Day Up. Suites. $iOO Per Day Up. oaita II M pf f Hi'iraet ef t'e e-iaf y . II. STANLEY GREEN, Maaitir I ! i ThcaSScoree Mary Pac Dy Frederick Lewis, Author of "What Happened to Mary" The Oaat of Charaeterg foe TMB gTKAWO B OAtS OF UAMJ vaoA, ff'hiHa lei'Um, a'l.rfiief t-if 4ein.. ID ,ira auk Ma.r , llen't HallMll Maer uiilil alar. a,.'naeM .rf a.ii ,,, . . .. M.a Mate liaee eiinei, au'anar irf ai, ia a.a me la aeai i atiiHieiiea , , , ... e.ae, Alaaata r U iMAlela, lnea'i,al n, ,.' ,., r e r Ht,iiala.a fau villi aoernaf , , M l aeaar Han Cute, Mai, fa'tor yiaea lut'n" Mif Ca, Ma'r a avaaar ,,, ,, Crae-tii Iuraviti4 Mf II, r.4'H . ,,,,, , thl man r" rieii.a . '', Maiaiioia M', l.alf, Pell mUiee M . laie , armar Male 4 waa " ewnrii, Wllliaia ihaar ai raila, Hae maa ... , ,,, ,,,,, yraieiea HeiU.'l amir, aa tmr ..,,. mf Murea lar ye awl , eie 'Mr, VaB ,,,, ,,,..,, Ul Mi ileta-rfaa arworeia, acireaa. la aruaed of fhe Wary I'aea, murder of iav vld 1'olhn h. end la defended hv her lover, riilllln liidoti I'olimk waa loloah aied Al Mar a trial ah ad nine aha Imd a revolver Her maid leaMflea thai Vary Ihrealniied I'ollyck Willi II loevlooelr, and Mary'e lew.llo man linplloAlea Larigdnii. flow Wary die. ..enrm trolll In'- lie of lha I'llllie la a myalnry lirandon lalla of a aireoae hand l rhit lhat ha aaw on Mnry'a ahouh dar rurther evldtne ahowa lhat horror of drink produrea Imnpoiary liaailty In Mary. Ilia defenee la "iei,id ,ev 'aV.al " Wllneaae dew ilhad itaiy'a fight from bar Inloai. aiod fnlicr and her father auh lde, Nurea Walton deachtiea lha kidnaping of Maty hy I'olhx k and Arof fiai-ton talla of Marv a atrulea to l.ci iim an aelieaa end t'nHw k a loiraull of har. Thria ta avtdftn'a lhat Panlela, Wary e manager threatenod f'olhw k. Wary fa lot on Ihe aland and again gnea liiaana whea policeman offeta har whlaky fianlela leaMflea that t'ollok loraatancd to kill Alary end laangdoit and actually attempted to kill Ihe laliar Two wltneaaea rtoairllia Mary fllynl In the tre from the hotel and har ah'loc. Inloxl Z3 It is t cm of "dUmond eat dltunood" frbea two ftttrfurUvt and detnniod yonnji woman play thetr own gtmt &int s met rntn'i blaff. I I Whan woman matchei her tlf In he t01 the "Uble. art wits ajrainit her natural en. V h turned" to a nicty and meek, unao- amy unscrupulous man phUUcated woman shows Mr. Smart who wins? ,.. .,.!----(. Alejk some thinjrs he had never b- mi i e V "3, j'jy ? fort even dreamt of. Hfad (he advrnturm of Mona and Mary, two attrnrtlvf young Honrn, Inaugurate a campaign of thl kind and ntlcft for their nbjedM of attack only nun of umrrupuhwH and unprincipled character. What tliey cUi to them make more than Interesting reading, You can learn all aiwut It hy reading Ihb remark aide wrlea of Moricr. entithd, 11 II IWI U ULka A remarkalde neilea of utoriin with ploU hy flrorge !lronon Howard, the celeiirated playwright and dramatist, novt lird hy the well-known author, Huxh Weir, hoth ma ten In their particular line of nork, I'.ach of the tdoriei in thU nrrien U complete in It.ielf, mo that if vou bhould hy accident mlrM one, you can take up the next one without breaking the thread of the fctorira or lowing intcrct in the aerka. Watch for the Opening Installment of "THE SOCIAL PIRATES" in this paper scries at your Pictures by l'ssanay Hon hv men from a gamhling placa reeer by. Kui'lier avldeiii-e aeeina to In'.'Hiiilft al.i liaiihHa it I'll n sit. UVnliliuad from Tralerday I Had you aeeu Mr, t'ollork thai davf "No Mot .una Ihe night tiefire." "Mia flal.-, ian't It true that yoi were 10 have Joined the aupper Imrty for lha company lhal Wr follurk and Mr, lian- lela were giving'" "No I wanted la, but ha aald It w purely ttieatrhal. Then I bo him f would come naiyeay." "Why wera you paHlcularly anlon I 'i attend that party-on Mr, follor-k account T" "Not on your Ufa' f knew thai there a a going to he aome crooked work pulled off, hot 1 coul ln't prove It 'l I had a grJila aalnet eoma one who wa In on ft, end I wanted lo ui er the deal." "Will yu tell u pleae what lhal deal waaf Tha woman twlated fiay band fugelher nervniiely, and her avea darted among tha apectalnra aa If le-au lilna for a im-ii-a' In fare, then aha aald iowly: "The -the deal waan't pulli-d off, and I'd rather tll It without any name, if I've got lu tell i. I m pot kn ahout hitching on paopfa " "I think you may tall It ae you plaaee. ghould It herymie ,i,eaary to reveal the name, f will aek for It." "That' the ticket Wall, jou ea, It wa Ihla way," Miea Mala aettled hark In her chair, aa Ihough aha really enjoyed the lo'er. eat ha wa creating "barker know a fat lot of crook of all klnda, and ha hed one pal called riudge Dudley whoweerft all he might heve bean, hut Tetae etuck to him be- BO Delegates Herself the Champion of Her Sex to Avenge the Wrongs of Womankind, It Becomes Time For AI! Unscrupulous Men j1. eew. V- fl 111 "11 lit' f 1 and see the big favorite moving cauae ha d helped blm once a long time en", 't waa the earn with frry and Jnali, frry had a eoft Job at The Houaa, and Teaaa kapt him for old lima aaka. "Wall, that a got nothing to do wth It, earepl that Iheea follera eooked up a . In nt hy mhlrh they were to ge a girl Into I'ave'a parly. Thl girl la about tha r le.areat dip In New York, and aha waa lo lift the Jewale and Ihe walchea and lha money end everything aha could gat thoaa awlft handa of har on, when Ihe party got warmed up. It waa a part of the game for her not In ha aeen going In or coming out of the holal, an It waa filed to gel tha fire .-ii f, a down and let her go up It, When rhi lame down again he wa ta ba awnng up Into Harder In a awing lhat I uaod aonieilmaa to get Important peo ple out of Ihe wey If uneiperted vial lor anlva." hha amlled grimly. "And then ah wa to walk holdly out lha front door. Now Ihla girl" 'Heille"' breathed Mary Tge ud lerily, and at tha name the wltnaae paled and. awlrigiiig ahniil, lard al Mary. "(low ,o ynu a now ." aha heyan, hut liia'h,ri Intertiipled 'uhkly, "foil ay lhal Ihe girl failed lo carry out her part of Ihe plot, Will you toll u why, plaaee?" (To He Continued "Tomorrow " ' Jewish Relief Ship Arrives at Naples WAftMINOTO.V, April i-Tba collier alerting, whlrh la carrying uppe for the relief of the Jewa of falrallna and eiippliri for tha gunhont, fea Molnea, and lha crulaer, cheaier, reported It arrival today at Nple thormrali of lieeaa gleamere, fid iniiti,T.e ht Kl.va ,,, ,. riPr.VMArHM ,,, UVMlfCl'lL, ...... Mvpine-eif, , 1 1 1. 1 mt i m a j 11 I'MMIelMaMaAMII, A'll.aa all4 it Verdi .A lx,ef , H.IM ' . riula'leifiiMa,. .llrllMlia. , , ,,. feaaarik Vlfl Ma yr ii LOVELY I KALEf.1 PHOTOPLAYS of Hits picturo theater. GUSTAFSON CLERK, THOMAS HIS DEPUTY Blnffi City Council Formally In lUlli Men Who Are to Succeed , Preient Staff, f?EW MEN IN POLITICAL LITE The aleeilon by th haw rounoll Bluffa olty eouncll leat night of K.rneet V, Ouataf aoii a city elerk and Ifarry O. Thome a deputy clik placea two entirely new man In charge of the at flee that ba been held o long nd a--eptahly ny Charlea J. Duff end Roy Ward, Moth ef the new men are entirely unknown In rolltlc! warfare, f.'lerk Ouatafaon raalde at 111 Avwnii K, hut for many year ha been employed In Omaha a one of tha bookkeeper for Ihe Mi-rrd.fedy Whole-ele Ororerr company. Ill training, thai-efore, bee hean right In line with Ilia dutle be will have to dlacharge for the city, Harry O, Thonuie ha been long employed a an accountant In the Iowa Telephone company office) In tbla eltf. Prior to lhal he wa a clerk In tha Burlington railway hoaduuarter In Omaha, and I thue equally wall eo,lllpied for hi new duilea He la Ihe prealdlng offlcar In the Ulufra Tythlan bidge, and aa the regular meeting night of the lodge le on Monday he will heve to realgn hie oommleaton, aa the city onuruil maete ever Monday night EXILED MEXICAN PRIEST IS DEAD OF BROKEN HEART fiOfCJI.Aa, rl, AprllW 4 father Anuel Me Ha flarralo, aged yeatr. whoa death le attributed by hie Mend, to a broken baact bexauaa ef kf eille from Honoea more than a year ago, waa burled her. MM AM Mont and Mary mort lmpreteively opan th eyes of many a (clf-i&tiaflad trials perton who hava fondly Imagined tbenufelrts lords and owners of ail womankind.