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Third Party in
' I midiJate for Governor Fa
ton CoJc Law' in Part
' am! LVgr Tax lie
Lincoln. Auril 1' (SurviO I
." S. Norton, who fclecj Monday as a
tlriiiocrstie camMate (or governor,
wane punnc today irngihy tate
inriil t( hit view.
Although Mr. Norton hitherto hat
rated i a nifinbrr of the third
party, ana is now liJdiiig fur itt sup.
J port, he entirely ignored it in hi
statement today, lumping it with
.others hoc support, he aid, will
;uc welcomed by the democratic
Urgea Tax Cut.
Norton urged a reduction ( Ut,
.the kUte government to rt the ex
.ample for local luhdiviaions. lie do
.tUred the ncreity of aiding
culture, specifically ly lowered
! irciijtit ratrt and a state rural credit
.'system. He favored a state income
tat and opposed a sales tax.
' The o called "code law" has
"lome provisions of merit," aid Mr.
Norton, hut ncvrrtheles created an
"undesirable duplication in admini-
i rat ion." He does not advise its re
peal, but favors reorganization of the
government by legislation submitted
directly to the people through the
initiative. No form of reorganisation
Opposes Federal Aid.
Mr. Norton opposes federal aid for
road-building, favors removal of the
party circle from the ballot, opposes
.any change in the primary law and
favors the pending referendum of
'four laws enacted by the last legis
It will be impossible, he says, 'or
him to make an aggressive primary
campaign because he has signed i:p
for a three months' chautaunua Ice
ture tour which will occupy triost of
; Married 60 Years
Fairbury, Neb., April 12. Spe
cial.) Mr. and Mrs. bam Mckic
.celebrated their sixtieth wedding an
niversary here. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
'.Kie were married in Scotland, April
;8, 1862. and lived there until 1865,
when they came to America. They
pent a snort time in Kentucky and
;then moved to Illinois, where they
Jived until the spring of 1879, when
4 hey came overland to Nebraska.
They moved to their present home
icre 11 years ago.
To' celebrate the occasion, their
daughters served a dinner for the
Relatives who could attend and for
a few friends.
Mr. and Mrs. MoKic arc the par
tots of nine children. Sam McKic
f DcVVitt. Mrs. Charles Gibson.
.vi rs. vviiitam rainier ana nirsi jess
Iiihson of Fairbury are their living
Thildren. Of their 27 grandchildren
ii are living, i here are two great
J'oinmittcemeu of State
i Bar Association Named
Anan Raymond, secretary of the
Nebraska State Bar association, yes
terday made public the following ap
pointment of committees by Judge
aJeorgc F. Corcoran of York, presi
dent of the association: - ,
Legal education: John N. Dry den
tf Kearney, chairman; Frank M.
Jlall of. Lincoln. M. A. Hall of
Omaha, J. J. Halligan of - North
Tlatte and J. J. Thomas of Seward.
Legislation: Paul Jensen of Ne
braska City, chairman; John J. Led
vith of-Lincoln, Yale C. Holland of
Dmaha, Frank E. Edgerton of Au
rora, Judge E. J. Clements of Lin
coln, Judge B. H. Paine of Grand
Island, Clarence M. Davis of Ord.
Judiciary: Judge E. E. Good of
Wahoo, chairman; J. W. James of
,J tastings, George Q Gillan of Lex
ington. . '
' Inquiry: William H. Kelligar of
.Auburn, chairman; J, L. Clcary of
w Grand Island; W. M. Cain of Fre-
Kearney, Neb., April. 12. (Spe
cial.) One week ago at a special
t ", -'-1 J- r -r:v .. ' z,
as lavonne a councumanic lorm oi
city government as against the com
mission form, operative here for six
years. The following day Frank
Grammer and Howard Stephens
resigned from the commission.
Mayor D. Wort alone remaining to
look after destinies of the munici
pality. The entire commission met
to canvass the special election vote
and immediately following it was an
nounced that their resignations1 had
been withdrawn and they would
serve out their unexpired terms.
Wheat and Oats Benefited
! by Continued Wet Weather
' Fairbury, Neb.. April 12.' (Spe
cial.) The continued wet ' weather
has retarded the sowing of oats.
Oats planted before the wet weather
are up and doing- fine. The wet
weather is making a 100 per cent
t. heat crop in this section of Ne
braska with the exception of a few
fields in the southern part of the
countv. The wheat is growing so
rank that farmers will turn in their
ows to pasture it down as soon
as the ground becomes dry on the
Two Nebraska Youths Are
Candidates for West Point
'Washington, D. C, April 12.
(Special Telegram.) The War De
partment announces that Theodore
Wengloff, Sutton and Everett Eirick-
esndidates for entrance To the Mili
tary academy. West Point. -
.,' Blind Man Robbed
: Nebraska City, April 12. Spe
cial.) Ed Snell was arrested here
ou word from the sheriff of Nemaha
county that he was wanted at Au
burn, where it is alleged he stole
a hat from a blind man several weeks
The Danciner Master
fclliaarlk iMim, naMrl lrl. I la.
htaa ha rll raawaa. t . lata la
Mil. mi raaia aal Ika raatraat Mmi
4ttt. iMaaa-auuta laarh a a a
WH alaiaaa Ik at ha aaar. Ta
aai irm la lb alaariaa aa Mkn
p'l t twm ttr Im rat tUilmm. ka trim,
a hm MtrtM, Ixtrb ft la aaara.
lliuMk'i rlalltaa 111 tear Ikal fca la
aria nrkrr thai k la KMnlni, aa4
Ikal aka la at la am klal agaia. fa4
Mfwt la Irark m la daara. kka ara
I ! aa ntiMI laal Maaama kraKlk
faataaa laarkrr. aaraaa la laka rkarga
ml har. .Sail frarauw, llh maa, la la
rajr ika ktlla. MltaWtk fca lanrk ana
armor) I lira pa. k la a la aaaaa
mmiii' kaaia, Kka kaa larrarll illaarr
auk fal aaa 4Utmrt aka la la lata alik
fclm. Maaama kaaralia ralla la fctlnf Ika
flrl kaaw. Iimrr alMrtata a anwrlriarir
air ahlrh ril.abrik aaliklr raarala, Wklto
laarklaa allk ar mrr, rlliahrlk mwu
bra eat tla. .Saw ia aa with) Ika lfl
She a frightened at the hatred
that crept into Dolly's blue eyes. Mie
leaned a little forward acrot the
table, and spoke in a hoarse whipcr:
"If you take him away from me,
I II never forgive you as long as I
"I thouuht I thought you'd nuar
reled." she said at Ust.
Quarreled!' Dolly's voice was con
lempiiious. "What that got to do
with it? I've quarreled with him
heaps of times and made it up again.
I know why you ve done this to pay
me out! I" she stopped suddenly,
her angry face changing into a forced
smile as Farmer roe from his chair
and came across to them. v
"Well, and what are you two talk
ing about so earnestly?' he a-ked.
lie laid a hand on the back of bliza-
bcth's chair. "You're quite a stran
ger. Dolly." he added cooly.
les. blizabcth admired the way
in which Dolly recovered her scll-
control. "What's happened to you
lately?" she a.ked languidly. "I never
see vou about anywhere."
W ell, perhaps I ve been other
wise engaged," and, though Elizabeth
did not know it, he looked down at
her significantly a he spoke.
1 here was a little silence; then lie
"Well, my dear. I think we ought
to go back to madamc if you are
Llwabcth looked up at him witn
amazed eyes. She could not believe
that it was to her that he had spoken.
There was only one man in the world
who had ever called her "my dear"
before, and her heart beat fast with
But something in his smiic pre
vented her from saying anything,
and she rose obediently and went
back with him to their own table.
She was thanktul wnen rarmcr
left them at the door of madame.s
house. She made no answer when
he asked her softly when he would
sc her again; but as soon as they
were indoors she looked at Mme.
Sencstis with burning eyes.
I don't like him I don t like
him." she said vehemently.
"Petite! vou arc a little fool, she
aid good naturedly. "When you are
older vou will know which side of
the bread the butter is to be found '
There was a malicious smile in her
ves the following morning, when a
trroat hox of roses arrived irom
armrr tnr Klizabetn.
"Rosrs for the rose." she said,
tnnrhiiio' Elizabeths flushed cheek.
What a fortunate little one n is.
"I rfnn't want them. . Elizabeth
said vehemently; she put them into
howl and carried them into
nNaHamff's own room.
She felt frightened; she could not
forget the new attitude of proprietor
ship which Farmer had adopted to
ward her; she would have given any
thing in the world to have seen Koy
tton or even Nctta.
Half a dozen times she was tempt
rrl in write to them, but pride pre
vented her, they had neither of them
answered her other letters.
Slip heard nothinz from Dolly,
though she bad quite expected to do
so. and the silence worried her now
:,he knew that Dollv was bitterly
iealous of her friendship with
"As if I want hjm." she thought
wearilv. "I should not care if I
never saw him strain. " )
An then one afternoon, when
madame had gone out and Elizabeth
was practicing in the long salon
alone, the French housekeeper came
tapping at the door. j
She was anuglv old woman with
gray, fuzzy hair, and though she was
devoted to madame her devotion
could sometimes waver .under suffi-
cieni pressure wnitn meant mmtji
Money was her go; she hoarded it
like a miser.
She grinned at Elizabeth'and held
up a warning finger.
"It is against madame's rules,
Nebraska City Clean-Up ,
Campaign Being Pushed
Nebraska City, Neb., Apnf l.
(Special.) Despite the inclement
weather, the Nebraska City clean
up campaign is pushing forward.
The city street department is haul
ing .away all debris from residences
where it is placed so that the driv
ers can get to it. The city com
missioners, board of health, fire de
partment and civics clubs are Co
operating in the work and much
progress has been made.
Dyspepsia Soon Disappears
25,000,000 Bottles Sold
For Raw Sore Throat
At the first vsiirn of a raw, sore
throat rub on a little Musterole with
It goes right to the spot with a
gentle tingle, loosens congestion,
draws out soreness and pain.
Musterole is a clean, white oint
ment made with Oil of mustard. It
has all the strength of the old-fashioned
mustard plaster without the
Nothing like Musterole for ?roupy
children. Keep it handy for instant
use. 35 and 65 cents in jars and
tubes; hospital size, S3.
BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER
M. AY RE.
know." she whispered, "but such
nice gentleman .and so very ar.tious
to tee mademoiselle, so perhaps for
a little moment. . . 6he smiled
rnd nodded meaningly.
The blood surged to Elizabeth's
lace: her thoughts flew lo i'at Koy
Hon. He had couie to see her the
sudden Joy of it turned her giddy
She ru.hed acrois to the old worn
an and snueezed her hand.
"You dear! Oh, show him in;
ideate, ahow h ut in.
"Hut for a leetle white only. If
"I promise, I promise," Elizabeth
said, with fluttering breath.
Mie was wearing the loose sort of
gyntnakium frock in which madame
always insisted upon her practicing,
but there was no time to change. She
gave a hurried pat to her hair as flic
heard adman's step in the hall. She
was a picture of trembling happincks
when the door oK-ned and Walter
Surath walked into the room.
' There was a moment of profound
silence; the color died from Eliza
beth's face, till even her lips were
white with hitter disappointment.
"Vou!" she said faintly.
"You you're loot glad to sec me!"
he aid hoarsely.
Elizabeth routed herself with an
effort, and went to him with out
"I am. of course, I am. I was
only so surprised. Mow did you
come? How did you know where
I was? meant to have written to
you. but 1 ve been so uuy I have
to work so hard."
He just touched her hand and let
it go; she could feel his disapproving
gaze on her scanty costume and she
It seemed funny to her that Wal
ter should be shocked; she won
dered what he would have said to
some of the evening frocks which
were worn everywhere in London.
Mow did you find me? she
asked again, and his troubled eyes
met hers as he answered:
"Your aunt Mrs. Mason wrote.
"Mrs. Mason!" Elizabeth echoed in
amazement. " hy why, whatever
(Continued In Tha Be Tomorrow.)
South Side Irrigation
Gothenburg. Neb., April 12. (Spe
cial.) According to a statement by
Engineer F. F. Smith, the field work
on the south side irrigation survey
id completed. Smith states that the
point Of diversion on the North
rlatte river is especially suitable for
the site of the dam. The dam in this
position will assure a supply of
flood water 10 times the capacity of
the reservoirs. Mr. Smith is of the
opinion that at this dam a power
plant can be constructed that will
supply enough electric power for
al! further work on the project. En
gineer Smith will take his charts and
field notes to the district engineer s
office at Denver, where the cost of
the project can be computed. Land
owners will be informed what price
per acre it will cost to get water
on their land.
25t and 75 Packages Cvrywher .
A Sweet Thought
We feel justly proud of the rich
tastily-boxed dainties that our
windows are now displaying.
They are typically Easter candies
fresh beautiful and a timely
treat for any sweet tooth.
Take Your Lunch
v at Candy Land
1522 Farnam Stmt
Crystal Candy Company
202 Nortk 16th Street
i i s
THE BKK: OMAHA. THURSDAY. Al'KIL 13. 1932.
in Train Wreck'
. at .Watkins, la.
Ciri Leave Track Bec.uae ot
Broken Rail Relief 1
Rushed From Cedar
Cedar Rapids, la., April Run-
rint( five hour late, the Tranicon-
linentat Limited, on the Chicago ana
NoMiwestern, left the rails iut west
of Watkins, la., JO miles west of here,
yesterday afternoon, all the cart ex
rent (he encine. baggage car and
chair car leaving the track.
The accidnit was due to a liroken
hv a loot ioillL
A relief train, bearing physician,
was ruhed from Cedar Rapid and
Edmund J. Mack and B. E. I'ratt.
totll OI whom arc scriouny injur,
were brought to this city and taken
to a hospital. .
The injured paeneri and train
men, several of whom are in a local
Edmund J. Mack. 720 Keith street.
Chicago, member "The Four La
Salle" Shrine carnival troupe.
H. E. I'ratt. 171 North Wells street,
Richard Witt. Wheaton, 111., cook
Mike Mce. Clinton, la., conductor.
1. A. Williams. 6218 Evanston
street. Chicago. Pullman conductor.
Charles liarrctt. Chicago. Head
I'osv Matlua. Chicago, porter.
JJ. Person. Chicago, waiter.
Salt Lake Cilv. l.'tah. April 12.-
At the annual stockholders' meeting
of the Union Pacific railroad com
pany held here yesterday. 09 per cent
of the outstanding cipital stock was
represented. N. II. Loomis, general
solicitor ot the company at umana.
was chairman of the meeting. The"
following directors were elected for
the ensuing year: Oliver Ames.
Boston: Newcomb Carlton, ew
York; H. W. Clark. New York; Carl
R. Gray, Omaha; Robert W. Goelet,
Newport: E. Roland Harriman. Ar-
rfen. N. Y.; R. S. Lovett, New York;
Marvme Hughitt, jr., Chicago;
Charles A. Pcabody, New York; W.
G. Rock feller. New York; A. B.
Scger. New, York; Charles A. Stone.
Boston; Frank A. Vandcrlip, New
York, and Paul M. Warburg. New
York. H. W. Clark was the only
new member elected. ,
Balfour Made Earl.
London, April 12. (By A. P.)
King George has conferred an earl
dom upon Sin Arthur James Balfour,
it was officially announced today.
M PLAYER PIANO
Branded in ine uac.
WWteHgu GwgySeM S-lWP
The Art and Music Store
1513-15 Douglas Street
Can't Now Streett for
Garden at W'ynwre
Y)iuorr. NrU., April IJ (Si,
flat) Wbila Mayor Youll thinks
that lardeniitT commend
aide enterpriaa ti the part of fit
ieni, he cannot permit thrill to plow
up tht street for the purpose ol
raisinf vegetables, heme an order
prohibiting such practice. The chief
of police hat been instructed to set
that street are kept open for traf
fic and that ritiieus be iiutrucied
to contiue their gardening to their
Grain Men Endorse
Dcs Moines, J.. April li Reso
lutions submitted today to the twenty,
second annual convention of the
Western Grain Dealers' sociation
here, endorse the Great lakes-St.
Lawrence waterway project and the
ircent urrtment expression of Presi
dent J larding for "Icsi departmental
diiving from the rear seat."
The resolutions ak that the Brain
exchange modify their commiion
charges to a closer approximation of
the prewar lees and request that me
weighing and other terminal charges
be correspondingly reduced.
Another resolution seek an earn-
ot conaideratiou of an inquiry by
the Iowa board of railway commis
sioners into the state rates which
shall be charged upon shipments of
grain, grain products anil articles
taking their rates.
The following officers were elect
ed: President. 1. C. tdmond. Mar
cus, la.: vice president, J. R. Mur
rel, jr.. Cedar Rapids, I a ; directors,
Clifford C. Bela Conrad. Ia.. (re
elected); Bert Dow. IJavenport. la;
William Wheeler, Adair, la.; B. U.
liolmqui-t of Omaha, and II. I'.
Mundt. Totervillc. Ia. George A.
Wells, Des Moines, was rc-clccicd
JUU.N A. SW ANSON. Pres.:
31 to 46
You'll be astonished at the exceptional , Neat fancy stripes in rich brown, blue mix
quality worsteds and other fine fabrics. tures; every suit well made throughout.
Gaberdines and Top Coats
' . EXTRA SPECIAL!
Quarter satin and
worth $30 and $35;
Leader in Third
Party Seeks to
C.iicli.laif. Can't Hide Two
llorfi Cuing In Opposite
Lincoln, April I J (Special.)
Resgination of J. II. Edmiten from
the chairmanship of the third party
.. .1 ! I Tt.
la urniaimrii iwwr vj .
lor of Mem, tu.trr county, party
leader in the fculh congrcosonal di
trict. Mr. Taylor, although hinuelf
former democrat like Edmutcn,
charged that tdmUtcn had betrayed
the party hy arranging for the candi
dacy of J. X. Xorton for governor
on both democratic anil third party
"This high handed fu!on by your
elf, Xorton, Wray, Sorenon and
few lcser light kilt the progressive
party and brand it prrirtratort a
rndrterviug of public trut,H said
'Thoe who. at coiuiderable ex
pen.e and inconvenience, attended
our state convention believed that
the time had come for a new deal
tiom that of the machine, capital-
controlled old parties. If they were
miktakcn, turn tnere i no use tor
fiikion nr lor our new narlv utiles.
a you men seem to think, for the
purpose of boosting into oitice, men
who rare nothing! for principle' and
everything for jobs. If the well-
meaning men ot tni convention
ura riulst. thru how ran anv candi
date ride two horrs going in such
oppotite directions? No man of
principle would want to and no man
of judgment would try to."
Taylor declares that two remedies
remain for the rank and hie of the
t.;irtvitliir annnnrt nrnurmivi
candidate of the old parties, "but
"The Wonder Values of 19""
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r 1 n
$40.00 VALUES AT
All pre-Easter cloths selling records will be broken
in this amazing special offer., Every suit strictly,
hand tailored, not thrown together;' Superb quality
fabrics that you expect to find only in suits at twice
the price. " ; . . " , '
YOUNG MEN'S SPORT MODELS
Sizes 33 to 42.
Semi-Conservative, Conservative and Some Sport Models.
serge lined d Of. an& O K
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Them in the Farnam Street "Windows East
CORRECT APPAREL FOR
trT any of our bunch," or "if.
alter thia iriu scuttling, enough
ol our ship still fUat, a new cfc,'
Slayer of Smelter
Head Asks Liberty
Lincoln, April II (Special Tele,
gram,) Trrreuce Ccy, who has
served three tear of a H ycar term
for the murder of Albert Caill,
night superintendent of the Ameri
can Nnclimg and Helming company,
Omaha, akcd the parole board yes
terday for commutation.
Casey graphically described the
murder, showing how he ran from
Castill and fired, lie claimed the
latter was attacking him. Casey de
clared the trouble started when he
demurred against Cissdl and others
drinking and getting women to viit
the plant at night. He stated that
a night watchman he reported Cat
sill and Cassill attempted a physical
aaauli upon him.
T. S. Lauigan attempted to get
Glenn Meyer, charged with rob
bery and auto theft out of the peni
tentiary. An hour before he ap
peared before the board Lauigan filed
at the democratic nominee (or con
gress in the Sixth district. Meyers
wat sent tip from Hall county.
Power Coiifpany Stockholders
Arc Listed for Taxation
Lincoln. Xeh.. April 12 (Special
Telegram.) There are 4.'8 resident
of Omaha owning $.'KA.(KH) worth of
preferred stock in the Nebraska
rower company listed ty tne coin-
puny with W. it. usuorne, state
tax commissioner. No one owns
more than $5.0 K) worth of stock.
Owners of common stock are:
loeph Parker. Ward Burgess,
Thomas It. Coleman. Gould Dictr.
J. K. Davidson. J. II. Millard and
S. K. Schweitrer. Stock owned by
Nehra-kaiix in this corporation, as
well as all other foreign corpora
tions, will be lifted for taxation this
year at one-fifth what the tax on
tangible property may be. I
:VM. U UOLZUAN, TrJ..
Button, PatclT and Welt Pockets.
Oxford gray ChesUrfields, (I OK
full silk lined, satin sleeves. . .
MEN AND WOMEN
$iou City Service Resumed
Estimated Lots Raised
, to $900,000.
'A direct line of communication w a
opened to Siou City yesterday
by the Xorlbwestern Bell Telephone
company. Thi It the first hue
opened in the ttorm area which was
swept by sleet and wind Monday
11 A'commuuicaiiun I established to
points in Nehrs.ka within the ttorm
area, it is evident that the damage to
telephone property it much greater
than at firm wa supposed. The Utest
count of the number of poles down
is 18,000 in Nebraska and 4.000 in
southeastern South Dakota, south
western Minnesota and northwestern
Iowa. One hundred cart of poles are
being hurried to the storm area from
Chicago, Minneapolis. Kansas City
and other point where supplies are
kept on hand.
The telephone company's latest es
timate of its lost it $7l),000 in Ne
branka and approximately $.'00,000 in
the other three states affected.
Sixty crews with 1.200 men are at
work and others are being hurried
into the storm area.
Meat Market Burns
Gothenburg, Xeb., April II. (Spe
cial.) Whited't meat market, a
frame building, wat destroyed by
Pee Want Ads Produce Results.
that will sallafy yau SERVICE yen
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At. oss zair rmw Stmt
Blues, Tans, .
$30 to $35
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