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Pick tho meat from a largo freshly
soiled lobster. Mince It finely, put It
Into a stewpan with an ounce and a
half of fresh butter rolled In flour. Stir
it over n gcntlo firo until quite hot.
then add tho one-eighth of a nutmeg,
grated, or, If this is not at hand, com
mon vinegar may be used; throe
grains of cayenne with Inrgo salt
spoonful of white pepper In it. Two
tablcepoonfuls of rich gravy are n
great Improvement to this dish. Stir
tho mixture gently over tho flro until
quite hot. Serve in tho shell of the
lobster with bread crumbs over the
meat. Time to simmer, 10 minutes,
This recipe Is sufficient for six or sev
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FOR II SINGLE TERM
PRESIDENT TAFT DECLARES IN
FAVOR OF SIX YEARS.
ADVOCATE COLLEGE UNION
President Makes First Important Talk
Since Defeat Nebraska Univer
sity Alumni Celebrate First
FULFILLS PARTY PLEDGES
President-Elect declares Democratle
Sentiment to Be Unanimous In Fa
vor of an Extra Session Leaves
for Islands of Bermuda.
r'cv York. Declaring hlmnelf In
favor of'u alnglo bIx year term for tho
president nnd thu amendment of tho
constitution bo uf to give cabinet
olllccrs a volco In thu Honatc, Presi
dent Taft made his first Important
speech hlnco IiIb defeat for ro election
beforo tho Iistus club hero Saturday
night. .Mr. Taft closed with n toast:
"Health and huccosb to tho ablo and
distinguished gentleman who is to bo
tho next president of tho rutted
States." Tho president reviewed at
length tho problcmn which tho chief
executive must facu and urged that
caution bo used in choosing good officials.
Advocate School Union.
Lincoln. A Nebraska union, to re
emble collcgo unions in other schools,
such nB those nt Harvard, Cornell and
Dartmouth, of which ovcry student
matriculated in tho university Js a
member, and which will work towards
tho upbuilding of collcgo spirit and a
closer feeling among tho students, was
advocated and strongly urged by tho
speakers at tho first annual "Home
coming" banquet of tho University of
Nebraska alumni, held hero Saturday
evening. Larger appropriations and
campus extension wcro alBO urged.
Lean to Woman Suffrage.
Philadelphia. Woman's suffrage,
which both tho democratic and repub
lican parties at their last stato con
ventions havo voted upon,, has re
ceived further endorsements hero In
tho action of tho legislative commis
sion appointed to codify and rovlso
tho election lawB of tho state. Tho
commission voted to indlcato it among
tho recommendations to bo made to
Asks for Cessation of Hostilities.
London. Announcement that Sultan
Slehmed V. haB applied to King Ferd
inand directly, as chief of tho allies,
for a cessation of hostilities pending
negotiations for peace, Is confirmed
from Constantinople. Turkey's admis
sion of defeat was accepted hero as
practically marking the conclusion of
ono of the shortest and at tho samo
time ono of tho fiercest wars in his
tory. Paying 72 Cents for Eggs.
New York. Tho prlco of fresh eggs
has soared hero to 72 cents a dozen,
breaking all records. This was tho
flguro asked for Btrlctly fresh eggs,
and tho ordinary "near-by barn-yard
fresh laid eggs" wero selling nt CO
cents. Tho rise In prlco began Wed
nesday, and eggs wero at a prohibitive
flguro when tho market closed.
; Fire Throws Many Out of Work.
; Indianapolis, Ind. Tho plan of tho
Tan Camp company was burned Sat
urday morning, the owners estimating
their loss at $400,000, fully covered by
insurance. Tho cause of tho Are has
.not been determined. Tho company
employs about 1,200 persons, who will
be out of employment for somo time.
Wilson Family Sails for Bermuda.
Now York. Woodrow Wilson, president-elect,
Mrs. Wilson nnd tho
Misses Eleanor am' Jesslo Wilson loft
Now York for Bermuda Saturday af
ternoon on tho steamship Oermudlan.
They will bo gono until December 16.
A throng of well wishers oaw them off.
Will Be Long 8csslon.
Washington. Practically continuous
session of congress from Decombor on
waB tho way members at tho capttol
view President-elect Wlison'B an
nouncement that ho would call on ox
tra session for rovlslon of tho tariff.
Topekn, Kns.Frcd W. Stanton, a
socialist of tllrard, will cast tho decid
ing voto In tho Kansas senate during
tho next Tour years on legislation In
which tho republicans and democrata
opposo each other with their full party
Cotton Falls, Kus. Chaso county,
which for somo tlnio has had tho dis
tinction of having moro women ofllco
holders than any othor county in tho
Btnto, will lose that honor In January,
when tho terms of tho thrco women
now in otllco expire
Think Eleven Drowned.
Ottawa, Out. Kloven pcrsouo prob
ably perished when tho steamboat
Mayflower sank three miles from
here. Persons nt tho sceno of tho dl!s
nBtor said there was llttlo or no hope
that any of thooo aboard tho May
flower when Bho went down would bo
Meet Next at 'New Orleans.
Washington. Tho United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy in convention
Friday voted unanimously to hold the
1913 convention in New Orleans,
1 HIS photograph, Just received from
moving toward Constantinople aftor
U. S. TREASURER QUITS
LEE M'CLUNO RE8IQN8; CARMI
THOMPSON SLATED FOR JOB.
Resignation Means That All Moneys
and Securities In Vaults Must
Washington, Nov. 10. Announce
ment of tho resignation of Leo Me
Clung as treasurer of tho United
States waa mado by President Taft
Mr. McClung tondored his resigna
tion to the president at a conferenco
at the executive mansion, nnd Its ac
coptanco was later announced by tho
president from tho executlvo offices,
with tho explanation that Mr. McClung
It 1b believed that Carml Thompson,
now prlvato secretary to tho presi
dent, will succeed him.
Tho resignation of Treasurer Mc
Clung means that money and securi
ties for which the treasurer 1b re
sponsible must bo actually counted
and receipted for.
This will bo tho greatest single
.financial transaction In tho history of
tho world. When Mr. McClung as
'sumed tho duties of treasurer he gavo
a receipt to his predecessor . for $1,
2G0.134.94G.88. TAR CASE DEFENDANT GUILTY
First of Six Ohloans to Be Tried
Convicted by Jury of "Riotous
Norfolk, O.. Nov. 18. Tho Jury In
tho case of Ernest Welch, charged
with participating In tho tnrrlng of
Miss Minnie Lavalley at West Clarks
field on the night of August 30, re
turned a verdict of guilty of assault
and battery on Friday. Welch was
the first to be tried of six men Indict
ed on a charge of "riotous conspir
acy." Accompanying tho verdict was a
noto from the jury to Judge John T.
Oarver, who presided at the trial, rec
ommending that Welch be given ex
treme penalty for assault and battery.
'Judgo Oarver postponed sentenco of
iWelch, releasing tho defendant under
his original bond of f 500.
LAUNCH GOES OVER DAM
4 Persons Believed to Have Drowned
When Boats Plunge In Illinois One
Body Is Recovered.
Deardstown, 111., Nov. 18. Tho body
of William Mooro, who was drowned
when tho motor boat Flvo Dollar Bill,
went over tho La Grange dam was
recovered on Friday. Another body,
that of Mooro'B companion, was seen
In tho water near tho dam, but tho
swiftness ot tho current prevented
Mooro'B fathcr,vwho resides In Kirk
wood, Mo., was not tho companion, as
Iwas first thought. Tho identity ot
Moore's companion 1b not known.
Hauptman Gets Nobel Prize.
Stockholm, Sweden, Nov. IS. Tho
Nobel prlzo for literature was
awarded hero Friday to Gerhnrt Haupt
mnnn, tho German author and dram
atist. Kicked In the Nose; Dies.
Burlington, N. J., Nov. 1C Ten-year-old
Amos Pestridgo died at hlB
homo nealf hero Thursday from In
juries received In a football scilm
mago. Ho was kicked In tho noso and
i blood vessel was ruptured.
Tries to Murder; Then Suicides
Champaign, 111., Nov. 1C James
Cain, rejected suitor ot Miss Margaret
Lowry, after attempting to kill her
'with a hammer Thursday, committed
eulcldo by Jumping In front ot a train.
(Both wero of good family.
tho scat of tho Turco-Bnlkan war, shows
tho capture of .Kirk KUIsseh.
CAPITAL IS IN PERIL
BULQARS MARCH ON CONSTANTI
NOPLE AS THEY REFER ARM
ISTICE REQUEST TO ALLIES.
ARMIES RAVAGED BY CHOLERA
Terms of Peace Offered Turkey If
Agreed To Will Devast Ottoman
Government of Power In Europe
Must Pay Indemnity.
London, Nov. 18. Notwithstanding
Turkey's request for an armistice,
which is now being considered by her
allies, Bulgaria la steadily pushing
her army to tho gates of Constanti
nople nnd tho fall of that city is be
lieved to bo but a fow days maybo
Dispatches from Sofia on Friday
stated that the Bulgarian forces have
reached tho city of KHIos on tho Black
Boa at the entrance to tho Bosphorus
nnd within n few miles of Constanti
nople. They have also occupied Dar
kos at tho Black set entranco to tho
Tchatalja lines, and so control tho wa
ter supply of tho Turkish capital.
In addition tho Bulgarian forco sent
against tho apex or tho slightly trian
gular Turkish llno has smashed tho
center of tho defense at Tchatalja.
Thus tho.Bulgars, driving tho routed
TurkB boforo them, nro within a fow
miles of tho summer resort of Thera
pia. Tho ravages of cholera are Increas
ing hourly among tho Turkish troops
In tho field and among tho wounded
In Constantinpole. There Is now a
total of nearly 8,000 cases. Tho dis
ease has Increased tho demoralization
of the Turkish troops and It is not
believed that they can bold out more
than three days more at the moBtu
According to a dispatch to the Morn
ing Post from Constantinople, Bulgaria
demanded the surrender of the Turk
ish army at Tchatalja within .48 hours,
and whon that tlmo elapsed Klamll
Pasha, the grand vizor, called ut tho
Russian embassy and discoursed on
tho subject of peaco In the presence ot
M. Popoff, flrBt dragonman of tho Bul
garian legation. According to the
Vienna correspondent of tho Dally
Telegraph the Bulgarian terms ot
peaco ob laid beforo tho Turkish gov
ernment, conBlst of, seven stlpuations:
Tho surrender of tho Tchatalja army
and Its withdrawal, guarded by Bul
garians. Tho evacuation by tho Turks
of Adrlanoplo, Scutari, Monastlr and
Janinn. Paymont of n war indemnity.
Tho surrender of conquered territory.
Tho Internationalization of Constanti
nople. Tho opening of tho Dardanelles
and tho making of Salonika a free
Six Killed In Explosion.
Gary, Ind.. Nov. 14. Six men wero
killed outright and about thirty In
jured In an explosion which demol
ished pack houso No. ,3 of tho Aetna
Powder company, three miles east of
Gary Tuesday. Between 1,000 nnd
2,000 pounds of new dynnmlto explod
ed, damaging othor buildings and scat
tering debris over a mile of territory.
Buchanan Medal to Colonel Gorgas.
Loudon, Nov, 16. Tho Hoyal society
of England recognized tho sanitary ad
ministration of tho vork3 of tho
Panama canal by nwardlng its 'Buch
anan medal Thursday to Col, William
C. Gorgas, United States army.
Sneed Veniremen Locked Up,
Fort Worth, Tox Nov. 1C Judge
James W. Swayno ordorcd tho 110 spe
cial veniremen summoned from which
to select tho Sneed jury, to bo kept
under lock and koy Thursday, Tho
I order raUcd a storm of protest.
a largo body of Bulgarian cavalry
TRAIN CRASH; 15 DEAD
CINCINNATI LIMITED COLLIDES
WITH FREIGHT AT IRVINGTON.
Sixteen Badly Injured Passengen
Traveling at Speed of 40 Miles an
Hours, Runo Into Switch,
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 15. Accord
Ing to tho inspectorsfor tho Indiana,
railway commission, tho disastrous)
wreck on tho Cincinnati. Hamilton K-,
Dayton railway at Irvington, n suburb,
in which 1G persons lost their Uvea
nnd 10 others were seriously injutccj
on Wednesday, wob tho result of the)
company's failure to install a blocH
Bystem as it had been ordered to da
by tho commission some months ago.
Had this order been obeyed, thq
commission says, the wreck could not
havo occurred. Tho wreck wa3 caused
by tho failure of the head brakeman
to close the switch to a siding on
which a heavy freight train had been
run to lot tho rapidly running panaen
gcr train, which was moro than nn
hour late, pass. Carl Gross, tho head
brakeman, has assumed blame for the
disaster. He has not been arrested,
but Is under police gunrd at a hos
pital, where ho lies with a broken
Tho dead: C. F. Gruendhoefor. Cin.
cinnati; Albert Allen, Mrs. Albert
Allen, BenlBoyle, William Sharkey, on;
gineer. Indianapolis; Irvio M. Wiggins,
conductor, Indianapolis; Clem Imholt,
Los Angelos, Cal.; Horace B. White,
brakeman, Indianapolis; J. L. Palmer,
Itawaw, Tenn.; Charles Cheney, thir
teen years old, JackBon, Ky.; Jullq
Cheney, wife of Clifton Cheney, Jacks
son, Ky.; Chester Cheney, five months
old; John Cheney, fifty-two, Breathitt,
Ky.; two-year-old daughter of Clifton
Cheney, Jackson, Ky.; C. Burg, Arc
The passenger train was No. 36
from Cincinnati to Chicago, and wai
running more than an hour late. The
engineer was trying to make up time
and at. the time ot tho head-on colli
sion with the heavy freight train on
the siding waa running mora than 40
miles an hour.
CALIFORNIA VOTE NEAR TIE
Roosevelt Leads Wilson by 56 Votes
v With Three Big Counties to
San Francisco, Nov. 10. With one
precinct missing and nine counties re
maining to bo canvassed officially,
California gave Roosovelt a plurality
of CO over Wilson. Tho final roBult
remained, however, In tho keeping of
three populous counties, which had
not certified to their returns.
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 1C Woodrow
Wilson had n lead of 415 votos over
Presldont Taft on tho latest returns.
Tho voto know stands: Wilson, 32,
S2C; Taft, 32,411. About DO districts
havo not reported.
Steals $25,000 Package.
Lnko Charles. La.. Nov. 1G Thu
Wells-Fargo Express company's offlco
hero wub robbed Thursday of a pack
ago of currency that is Bald to havo
contained 125,000. J. E. Chovls, nght
express clerk, has been arrostod.
$60,000 In Jewels Stolen.
Paris, Nov. 15. Creeping through a
temporary partition connecting a Jew
elry shop with an adjoining building
in courso of construction, a thief se
cured $G0,000 worth of JowoIb and
mado off undetected Wednesday.
Counterfeiter Gets Prison Term.
Now York, Nov. 15. Allison M. Mc
Fnrland, acquitted of wifo murdor,
pleaded guilty to counterfeiting in tho
United States district court Wednes
day and wub sontoncod to ono and one
half years in Jail.
I shall call congress together In ex
traordinary session not later than
April 15. I shall do this not only be
cause I think the pledges of the party
ought to be redeemed as promptly as
possible, but also because I know It to
be in the Interest of business that all
uncertainty as to what the particular
items of tariff revision are to bo
should be removed as soon as possible.
Now York, Nov. 18. Announcing
his purpose of calling nn extra session
pt congress not later than April 15, In
Btend of waiting six months after ho
iiBsumes the presidency on March -1,
for tho regular session to convene,
President-elect Wilson took tho first
Important step Fiiday towards carry
ing out his pledges to tho people.
Ab ho Issued his statement tho president-elect
"Tho list of members of congress
and prominent Democrats throughout
tho country who hnd expressed thom
relvcB on tho subject showed that tho
(.entlment In favor of tho calling of an
extra session waa widespread I might
say ulmost unanimous. The extra ses
sion will havo tho advantage of giving
(is an euriy start towards effecting tho
reforms to which tho Democratic party
Simultaneously with the Issuance ot
(lis statement, tho president-elect gavo
Permission to say that ho Is to spend
his vacation in Bermuda. Ho sailed
on tho Btcumship Bcrmudlan from tho
pier of tho Quebec Steamship com
pany at West Tenth street and North
river nt two o'clock Saturday after
noon. Tho Bcrmudlan was booked sol
idly and the president-elect was as
sured by tho officials of tho lino that
there wero no politicians among the
passengers. Tho president-elect will
Bpend four weeks on tho island, re
turning to New York December 1C. Ho
was uccompnnicd by Mrs. Wilson and
tho Misses Jesslo and Eleanor Wilson.
Mlsn Margaret Wilson, tho elder
daughter, remained In New York to
contlnuo her study of music.
Governor Wilson has leased a little
cottago on tho Island from an Ameri
can. He requests that Its exact loca
tion be kept a secret lest he be bom
barded by lettors from office seekers
and politicians. He intends that this
shall be a real vacation, frao from
work and worry. The governor will
spend much of his tlmo bicycling and
Washington, Nov. 15. Col. David
do la Fuente, General Orozco's chief
of staff and formerly chief of pollco
under President Madero in Mexico
City, has been captured by American
troops along tho Texas border, ac
cording to war department dispatches.
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 15. Eleven per
sons probably perished when the
steamboat Mayflower sank in the
Madewaska river. A dispatch from
Barry's bay, throe miles from the
scene ot the disaster, said that there
was little or no hope that any more
ot those aboard the Mayflower when
nho went down would be found allvo.
Washington, Nov. 15. Vllhjalmur
Stefansson, the explorer, whose re
cent discovery ot a tribe of blond Es
kimos at Coronation gulf stirred the
scientific world, announces that be
would sail with an expedition from
San Francisco or Seattle In June, 1913,
on a throe years' search for. a conti
nent supposed to exist in tho arctic.
SCHRANK SAYS HE IS GUILTY
Roosevelt Assassin Declares He Shot
Colonel as a "Menace." Not to
Milwaukee, Nov. 14. Seeking to dis
tinguish botween nn attack upon
Roosevelt as a "menaco" and nn at
tack upon Roosevelt as a citizen, John
Schrank pleaded guilty hero Tuesday
of attempting to murdor Theodore
Roosovelt In this city. Municipal
Judgo A. C. Backus announced after
reading a petition from District Attor
ney Winifred C. Zabel, that later ho
would name a commission to examine
Into Schrnnk'o mental condition.
Tho court appointed Attornoy Jo
seph Flanders of Milwaukee to repre
sent Sohrank In tho sanity hearing.
The exports are expected to bcglri
their examination immediately aftei
being Instructed by tho court.
Tries to Shoot Prosecutor In Court.
Marietta, Okla., Nov. 18. Benn Hall
tried to shoot Senator Clint Graham,
prosecuting attornoy, in tho criminal
court room Friday after tho clerk read
a Jury's verdict pronouncing Hall
guilty ot having killed J, A. Parks.
Blind Banker Takes Millions.
Paris, Franco, Nov. 18. Augustln
Max, known throughout France as
!"tho blind banker of Paris," surren
dered Friday to tho pollco and con
fessed ho bad misappropriated $2,000,
000 of his cliontB' money,
Allsa What did papa say when you
nsked him for my hand?
Alfred Ho said ho guessed I'd find
It in tho pocket ho carried his money;
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Some Names Easily Remembered.
"Now, children," asked tho teacher,
addressing the class in United States
history, "who was it that shot Rooso
velt?" "Why er-ah! " hesitatingly an
swered tho brightest pupil. "I think
Jt was a crank by the namo of Swank
or Prank, or something Ilka that."
"What surgeon attended tho colonel,
Thereat, they all arose and exclaim
ed as wifh one voice: "Scurry L. Ter
rill, M. D.ll!"
From this we should learn that an
unforgettable name is rather to bo
chosen than great riches.
Question of Gratitude.
"Suppose I wore to ask you to con
tribute a hundred dollars to my cam
paign fund," said tho ambitions young
man. "What would you do?"
"That isn't the Important question,"
replied Mr. Dustin Stax. "It I should
help to elect you, what would you
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