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'.nterr-st Trr.t woman who
HVes pood heart-to-heart talk
with other sympathetic women
VOL. XMJ NO. 14(5.
OMAHA, MONDAY MORNING, Dl'X'NMMfiR - ISM'J TKX PAUKS.
KINGLU COl'V TWO CENTS.
OPEN AT NOON TODAY
Billion Dollar to Be Voted for Sup
port of Government Daring'
IHEPARE TOR EXTRA SESSION i
Democrats Will Thrash Out Various
Questions of Policy.
APPROPRIATION BILLS FIRST
Measure for Department of Labor
Will he Acted Upon.
MEMBERS SLOW. IN ARRIVING
'M II h Opening nf Session
Tneitt y-foirr Honrs Array, . Ilnll
or tapitni Present lie
aerlrrt Appearance. ;
WASHINGTON. Dec, l.-The Expiring
Slxt.v-sceon.l congress .will', assemble at
Mr I I
"""" """"""" d,fd wth0,U R ,, b,K f,ed (o
lallon. In the brief period remaining lthfm from their stalls.
fore constitutional limitations bring it to' In the livery building were 'a number
an end and turn many ot Its members of buggies and carrfages, valued at, ap
back Into private 'life, fifteen approprla-! Proximately. ?2,00i. The building was an
Hon bills, carrying over U.WVW. fori01" dfn lure. built twenty years
ago. In the loft was stored several tons
the support of the government. mUst be;of hav. atl(r. ffed. which. It Is thought,
passed; the Impeachment of Judge Arch-,cavc ,lle tlrr Hli sUH Attrr tlle tire
'jald of the commerce court must be trledi harden Morris anil Chief Walter made
m tr senhte: many Investigating com-' investigations to learn tht- cause, but
nlttees must conclude Inquiries and make.jnot,lns-C0U,d b(t found , ,ndcatc ,t!,
their reports and scores of legislative orign. ,
.nutters muai ne aisposeo or.
rnrougnout tno session, attract!
much attention as the. actual work
legislation, will run the preparatory w,ork !
for the extra session to be callfx soon
after President-elect Wllcon takes offlct-,
March 4. Committees pursuant to this
will thrash out questions of tariff, cur
rent y and anti-trust legislation In the
ffort to have democratic policies shaped
nd democratic plans made bofqre the
new.ailmlntstratton comes Into power.
It Is assured, say the legislative leaders,
that there will be no tariff legislation
this winter. Neither is it expected that
he currency or 'anti-trust problems will
-ecclve much attention within the hall of !
whe house or the senate.1 the principal
work of the xesslon helmr confined toj
preparation for tho democratic admtnls-
nation and the enactment of some of the
- . . , , , , ,1 it..
more Important bins penuing on ine
"alenBara of the two houses.
Hllla Uearfr Action.
Iinnr.i tant litll tn rreelve attention In- I
hide the bill for a Department of 'T.at'or,
...mmi sn,in.. llonh tl fodav would beT
nVcsented fo'r 't&nSSHS tfr?Sl.ep-f
nard-Kenyon bill, preventing shipments
of Hqubr lnto'"dry" states: the Page hill,
to give, federal aid to vocational .and ag
ricultural schoots, and the resolution for
i constitutional amendment limiting a
jresldent to a slnglo term of six years.
These measures have 'all been debated
before both houses and have reached the
point whejni actipn of some lllnd upon
'hem Is expected.
With the opening of the session less
than twenty-four hours away, the halls
,f tile capltol and Its adjoining offlee
buildings presented a deserted appearance
today. Members proved alow In reaching-
the capital and little Interest Is shown In
the preparation for activity. The annual I
Ulmate for appropriations are readj ,
nd will be xent to the house tomorrow j
I reOCI'l lilli llirasdbl ir.f ti.ii wt- ,
brought In the following day with some
of his iccommendatlons for the year. !
Taft's message alfo will be
Chairman Fitzgerald of the house ap
iioprlatibns committee had not reachtt
i. tuirman j-iizseiaiu 01 me nuuro tiit
pioprlatlona committee had not rachld
his office today, but a subcommittee ha
1 -. - . V. n ,tr.l ,mr,T"l-l ,l't( fill hill ami '
It iv HI be passed on,by the lull committee I
tomorrow. ThlB measure carries appro--!
priatlpn for salaries In the legislative. ,
executive and judicial branches of the
Situation on Border
1.- The. situation
WA'H I NGTON. Dec.
,.'n ihe .Mexican borler has recently been
lapmiy Kiuxiiii. ropatiiiiu "i ....v. - ,
VotUd " the wrv 'Pf lauauratlon which has been advocated in ,
iralnst any reduction of the border patrol, - ,,4 out of congress In order 'hat the
.uch a" waa,' about to be ordered. Manytc,.,nt mlKbl ,JB conrtuctee l a time when 1
if the lewer Insurgent leaoers nave
M-loped grat acthlty after a period of
long cjuletcence and adding their quotas to
the considerable fotce which under Oen-
wal Salarar has been operating In the'
reuntiV between Columbua, N. M and,ot ,nausuia, pageant that has oyOrl0Qiq WlfnoCJO ICS
j;i Paso, have thrown the whole border j fr entlr proceded. through snow and j OLiecU. VV lLUebS IS
mthatnuarterlnto a state ot disturbance 's)UiU ft6m capUo, ,0 WWu TJIJJ i?nv PQ,,,,,Tr
nd unrert. 1 H0llse ,,ant ,iave proCeeded under the ' lJiUIUloU. 101 Tei I Ul V
v.imlv one of these rebel bands." , . , 0 J 1
south of r" property In the
mlKbborhood Prc,l""f ffVurTdrais
1 a. m.
n a. ni.
; a. m.
ft a. m
TJ a. m.
11 a. m-
1 p. m.
- p. m.
3 p. m
I p. nr.
i V. m.
s p. m,
r.nairstlie I.ornl rtriorrf.
Mean temrerature ,
Vemuerature and precipitation
fiYiin the normal:
i:cea fr the day ..... ...
Ti-tal excess since Msrcll I....
n 01 mat ni-eclnltatlon
1,11 ial. fai' l. me Mart.
I .-f , 'e'ic sin
f..r i iii neriod n" ". "
f0 .,, period. I1 II li m-
Fifteen Horses Die
' Livery Barn Blaze i
fifteen and tweits horses per-
lat night when the lleeso-
ery stable at North Six
teenth street hurned to thp R:xiuid. Ovci
a score of home;' In thi Imnu-dlate lcln-
!:,irr.:rT(vr;,;7ru,1nf,h?To,::iHEAD of iron workers- union
Is estimated at about J.W to the Iltese- i
M'lldrrfii company niopero. othet Charges Against President Based on
"Kht d1""" o he paint on the
walls of nearby houses. At midnight the
near the center of the building. WhII.-;
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I an aiarm wax peine turned in we whole
lhery stable burst Into flumes. In a tew
minutes It was a veritable furnace ami
the fire companies' efforts to control It
weie almost -useless.
Chief Salter ordered hid men to spra.x
the walls of houses on the north side of
the livery stable to avoid other fires, and
on the roofs of these homes men and i
cm Thnu,,omer' a"''''1' l"1 garden hose. !
tItVllll inn mlnill nf tYir. limn fl.ai t
.the blnxe was first noticed the place was ,
jln ashes. Durliifr the time that the fire- j
men fought with hose anl chemical the
frenzied screams of the terror-stricken
hoiee lnilde told of the awful agony
iiey suffered. No opportunity was of-
fered to rescue the animals and they
The, livery stable was recently bought j
i... , ,..., .,, , ,. ,"tJ t
were doing n good buslnens.' Two months
ago, while under the ownership of other
men, an attempt was made by Incen
diaries to destroy the place, but the at
tempt was unsuccessful. No traces of
Incendiarism could be found at the fire
last night, however.
of Wyoming Oil
At the Henslmw yesterday nuou.ll. 15.
Chapman, fls:al ayen. i f tliu JLucUy Sti Ike
Oil company of Casper, Vo and rrof.
Dunham of Oklahoma met a number of
Omaha capitalists and discussed the
W'yomlns: oil situation.
Mayor Dahlman vouched for the In
tcgrity. and ability of the officers of the
lucy Strjke company. Patrick Sullivan I
V "" "Z:'
' " "' tVW5 ' tmtnxtr,-
Prof. Dunham tol'j t'i4 i-toryi of thp
Wyoming field ahd ga.ve It a'hls opinidfi
that with forty years' experience In oil
the district Is defined to become one of. nif.trlct'' Attorney Miller announced that
thc host In the country, lie produced ; wUhln a fcK. lU.8 W0UltJ lnslst
figures arid cflntended that at this tlme;a enforcement of the court' tullng that
there Is a decrease of ,IX.WM barrels in fourteen defendants must fnrnum new,
the visible- supply, as compared with less ; bonds ,, tmiu in Ja)1 between sessions 1
than two, year ago. an.V that Inside .,, coll,t, . ncrbert S. Hocklp. taken In
few yrara oil will be selling at to JS cimoi,j. HbUi dayH 80 and Kdwari, j
per bavrel, whereas now it sells at about t Smytiic and .Tame K. ltay, Peoria. III.,
one-fourth ot till price. taIcu in custody about tw weeks ago, I
Mr. Chapman answered a number of ru Jlnpi.HOMcd .tefaun of ,.w j
lmtulrlca, all of the answers tending to ),ond!i I
show that there 1 an abundance or oil
in the pew field' and that It will aventually
look toward Omaha as its market town
At the Commercial club Tuesday noon j
Prof. Dunham expects to apeak, giving,
the business mn of the city a more
thorough Knowledge ot tno Wyoming on
" - -
fields, their extent und what has arid l i
being done In the way ot developing them.)
Wllcirm WllmD, tfi
. r Ann i
Att.PV I HKlTIP' UttlOft
ziiuci O.CUIVJ.11C3 vxxxuu
HAMILTON Bermuda. Dec. i.-C,ov- ,
ernor Woodrow Wilson Is willing to
the oath of office aa president of the .
l ... 1 1 - J rll A . I1.iiiS iflftnlik MfiH rtnT
uimea oinios :
nd that the formal ceremonials
fourth year attract IhoudAnds :
or citizen 10 v ahninsiun ur iwtiin. ;
until the last Thursday In April. ,
To that extent he ha endorsed
ae-,,hf WflUner usually Is prppitlou at the
WASlllNOTON. Nov. M. Washington
not )?now t0,ight whether It favored
. u.te(i nostDoneme'nt until Amil
assumption of power by th. demo-
atic preHdent. but business men awl
officials are considering the suggestions
!" - - - ntloned In dispatches from Bermuda
today, to see whether It Is practicable
and nolbleto make the change.
Aeronaut wined in
Fall of 2,000 Feet!...:
JAOKSQNVHil.B. Fla.. Dec l.-Itlch- '
5 ard Krayne, an aeronaut, fell 'i.v.Q, fe.t
here this -afternon and was Instantly
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killed. Three thousand persons, witnessed
NOLAN LEAVES FOR OMAHA
IN CHARGE OF DETECTIVES
SAVANNAH. Qa., Dec. l.-Guarded by
detectives, Dlzg.i Nolan, aid to be wanted
12. 1S11. 1510.UW. n Omaha, on charges of uilng the malls ,
' IA l.ri C.vinn.li t.Jloi. fr. th. !
ItA a , e.,o.,,.i. . . .. tr. - . u - '
lO.UCI.AUU, irn aniiaii iwu.j iwi iiit
' Nebraska city. t Nolan was arrested here jmenl was made here today by the Amert
W M reveral days ago by federal officers, lie can Peace society of the rieslgnttario of
depar- it to be under Indictment for al-; December 13 an "Peace Sunday." In ac-
deged anindMflg operations in
NolRi. i the man, who allepvt' .,
hate defrauded Tom I'enniWin h nr. u--
tne; his rri'1u-eineiit lui ! sfi bl'li r,l
b I, f'rge,l
RYAN FIRST WITNES
IT DYNAMITE D
'Most Prominent Defendant in Con
1 spiracy Case Will Take Stand
After Government Closses.
Letters from Files.
EXPENDITURES NOT PULBISHED
T---..i2.. nl. ; . tr m 1 i .
ivacuuuon planus move ahkcu to
Conceal Use of Money.
DAYS TO RAISE
District Allornr Miller A nitoiinuci
Hint Will. In J en Dnsn Will lit
lt nn Knftiri'rnirnt of
INlJlANArOMsi. Intl.. Dec. t -As. the i
ttrst 0f thc witnesses for the defense and i
himself, the most prominent defendant,
KiHtik M. llyan. president of the Inter- '
natlcnal Ansoclatlon ot lirldce nnd i
Structural lion Workers, probably will
testify at the dynamite conspiracy trial .
tomorrow after the close of thc govern- '
The government Announced It would .
close Its case, with, one more witness, i
The defense Is to follow with the ens
tommy motions for dismissal of certain
of the defendants' on tho Kround that the
government has not sustained Its charges
Tlie defense'' attorney, headed by
Senator John V. Kern and' William N.
Harding, will then begin examining Its
witnesses. - The plan ls-to have each do-
'Z L ' 'V" m' " " "T
lendant precede tho witnesses called In
gether ISO new witnesses have been sum- '
President rtynn has been at the. head of'
tho union for seven yents. He was pies.
ent when John J. McNamnra. thc 3ccre-
J tary-treasurcr, was m rested Kt tho head
i quarters In Indianapolis in April. 1011.
, He. with other officials, Is charged with j
appropriating tho Union's money to carry
on a dynamiting: campaign acainst nou-i
, union work In liqpuectlon with which the
I McNamara brother are now In prison
!ln California. ,
Thc charge of aiding In Illegal trans-1
portatlou of dynamite against rtyan are '
baaed on letters taken from McNamara's.
flies. These letter, the government as
serts, nhow that Ryan and 'the executive)
board member stopped publishing tins'
union's expenditures so that MpNaniara,
would no have to show In detail wlmt ho
did with Jl.0'0 a month., John T. Butler. !
Buffalo, vice presldeht; Michael X
vbunp. Xiostoii: Phillip A. Cooley. New
launR. wwan, i-niiup a. t-ooiey.
and Ruffcnc A. cfanoy,: Han Francisco,
as present or past 'member of the e.xeoii-.
tlvo board? are among other defendant
schedule! noon th tosttfv.
i Kellogg Coming
to Make Speech
at Bar Meeting
ank H. Kellogg of Minneapolis, presl-l
; dent of the American Car association,
known as "Trust P.uster Kellogg," will '
! be the principal cpoaker at the annual I
, meeting or the Nebravlta. State Bar as- j
1 un.l'j linn whlxli vtlll h. t.nt.4 In n,v.Un '
-..... ..... ,,v.u ii viiiaiio. .
Ueeember 27 and 2S. Amnpuncement ,ti.
thg fffect wag J))aJe ,Mt n(lil by A Q j
Klllck. sectetary-t'reastircr of the Nc-!
b,a3ka statf 1 n690cIaMoni . .
Tlle al)nua satn bar ,,alU4UM w ,)0
,1w at thp 1&le, Uome le n ht of j
ce.mber S. Mr. Kellogg also will speak
at the batlqet.
Thl year's state bar meet will be one
of xw)lil mpJJ.tiit m vrsin. 1m-!
mediate!,- meeedlnr the IMS i.rl.i 1. !
I expected to have a malked effect upon i
tlif acllona of that hody. At the auu
meen!r bft uk, r,.0p0,ed .
l)01.tfin. 0lat in i.w. C1,.,,.n.
procedure. Some of the suggestion are
almost revolutionary In character and the
diaeusslon at the state meeting Is ex- 1
picted to be more than spirited.
KOflTH WOIIW. Uec. l.-Whl-e
attorneys were arguing the case of John
Eeal Sneed, charged with the murder of
Captain A. G. Boyce. tSuay. a grand jury
returned a perjury Indictment agalnvf.
W. A. Weaver, a state wltn. i. '
tHal." The defease argumenta were com-
pitied today and the state will finish !
1 Monday. m ',
Weaver testified he was in th hotel !
r.bby when Captain Boyce was killed i
iby.Hncd. lie aalri thai lum n. .,i '
entered "some, one'' applied an fpJthet
anu me unootlng began inimedlatclv. '
utner witnesses testified, that according-
........ ' " 11'.MIM
to Weaver' a stoiy of hi jnJttnieuts jut
priur 10 tne time he wnt to the liotel
tpuld Indicate, he. was nn a train coming
Into Fort Worth theu Boyce was killed.
Weaver was released ui bond.
DECEMBER 15 DESIGNATED
AS ANNUAL PEACE SUNDAY
u-itniiv.'j'mv r-i- . i ,
, s w.. . I. II lltx.I.ce :
rordance with 'a ttislon. which ha pre-
vallerf for more than twenty ears I
l vUurches and Xunday oehoili thioiiehout j
try lll on t'-at da he called !
noon to emphatizr th' harha' Hies of war
i,d fbe gow . g moM'mrnts fiwanl a
wvrid noort ard i ltcrnational p-ae
w . w fwm v mw
bonds ! .DSfir-"
President-to-be Wilson, who favors
his gates at his Bermuda retreat.
From the Washington Htm'. I
PIPER YISITS TWO SCHOOLS
Head of Charities Board Makes Re
port on Investigations.
GREAT -. WORK. ..ACCOMPLISHED !
ler Able u .HpenU nli.l lljlnd
1 1 end Afler llehtR I iml rni'leil In
Trrn 5iiluitU I'rovMeil l-
MNCOl.N. N.eb., Dec. 1.-(tj!ohil.
J. A. Piper of the. Htate Uoanl of Chur
Itles and Comctlons recently visited the
Institute for the Hllnd nt Nebraska City
and the Institute, for the Deaf al Omaha,
lie say of his inspection
"At the school for'tlle blind
an eiirolliueut .of fllty-tbrce. twenty-nine
males and twenty-foui females. Two of
them are men who ore nelrjg glvrii the
advantage nf a two-) ears' course In
hiooni-makluu. tney being allowed any
profit Hilflnr, f.um tho ale ot their
product. Both mc cheerful aqd expre-x
high hoifs as to what they will be able,
to do for their own support In t lin nra'
IS! m? S$M&K ""ZX
of their work, prevails In nil, tho-fn
dustrial department. With the bos
this Is. principally from the sale ot tjiolr
brooms, hummocks and . fly . nets for
horses', and the girls' profits ailt'e gen-'
erally from the sale of fancy embroidery
and necdlewo.rk, lioad work, ru,ffla bas
kets, etc. 'Beside the. literary und mini
c.U cdticatl'iti thrie Is r. rourKe Ih'do
m?tlc clci!''f. Thqe who luivo the
talent luive thu advantage of a niii'a
cducatluay und If they desire may leain
Ida no tuning To, one ,wio has never
been arsoclated with the blind it I x
marvel what e.duuHtiun accompllHhes foi
theue unfortunate people, creating Tor
them many new eNperloncr.
-Duilng the last tvrn yeaia niuny valu
able, permanent icpali have bfeii made
at the Institution; fine substantial putches
at the various entrances, a new .titbulor
file escape, an entire new heating plant,
new bath tubs and toilets, lit h geiicia)
Tvay improving healthful and sanitaiy
Air. Piper uys thlfc I one of the tate
institutions that I not ciowded. hut the
enrollment Is gTadjially deollnlng; Ihl
he account for. In 11 measure ot lemt,
to the medical Inspection which Is m-w
given the pupil In public schools, ni
many students who previously attended
this school had become blind from cause
that might have been . prevented jf nt
tentlou hail been given at the . proper
time. The supeilntendent Is very en-
thutlastlc In his endeavor -to accomplish
all tllt Ift nnuullila. flit' Iiim.
... ....v. ,.,t niiiuiiMi
to his care that (hey may be able tj
become contented, useful citizens, and
,1 ..-.... ..... ....
If nceaiy. self-nupporllng Instead of
being a burtlen upon soojety.
Illlliit Item! I lion I' iirHU.
At the School for Ihe Deaf Mr. Plt.ei
found an lenrolliiivnt of 9t; tverit -three
Iviys onJ el2l.t-nlne grl. ppeV
says that jui wliai can be atinmpllshf d
for the otheiwlse normal deaf thild. ts
surely a if. rTMIou. that to become pro.
flelent In pch thev should be taken to
the school as 'oou they have leacheo
the age of seven. The present superin
tendent beinc. tt lrong atlvn'-ate of the
law In force relative to teaching Ihe
aural method Is earrylpg out' the In
tentions of the law )u th primary tie
parlmenta, and that It may be continued
throughout the school course, he believes
that another building rhuuld be provided
so that thoiie given the aural training
could he thus segregated and separated
fiom the environment of thone using,
to a laige. degree, the sign or manual
method. Il !i a nun -l In lirpi the blind
read ! th "r of tour'i. w.tl. aho'i'
the satir ra'e nf r ed . H e mdina'
the "open door" policy for the Wh
Dundee for Bonds
For Village Hall
Almost to a Man
Hut fill- two villagers Who t "agin
i)t" th propofltlon for ST.Ww bond Issue
jor n village hall Tor the village of Unn-
dm would havA carried unanlmausly yes
rterday. 'J"he voto when counted showed
lost for and 3 against. It cannot ho .leariicl
I who ca.t the negative vote.
The vlllaje board will purchase a sltfe
fouii hs pojsi.no nun nuiming win ue
, tarted in tho spring. A two-tory bilok
! ''Ullmng will be eroded, It will hoiisn
i llle flre-flghtlng apparatus an, rooms
win no airomeu ror meeting or the vll -
lne Iwiatd, thj Improvement club and
WINTER FOLLOWS BALMY DAY
Drizzling Rain of Afternoon
Night, Turns Into Snowstorm
WARNING BY WEATHER BUREAU
IIIrIi WIiiiIi liter ,lhe urlli tTral,
Ai-i'iMmniril Hy Snotv .Squall
lleclde.l Drop In
(lie Tempera! nrr.
AceoicJInir to the offic-Ui wih m
w Inter rollowed along clpro upon the heQls
of the advent of December, but no l.i.o Is
Iirruiciinff HOW lone It tH to cnntltiim.
the northwest and then 11 common i
I Sunday and the first day f lieceniber ",lnr"f0 "ooiauon. nt Itaat to thf. ex-j . . nroltcHol, of tllM
t..ted in aa warm and balmy r,s ,prln. f '"T "'''''C-' T Z
Liter a drilling rain et In. continuing '' ' al lo ty position.-too. and so , , f d ElaMOn
most of the day. About 5 o'clock in the ' . . '" Tl" 'nhr n!f''!'n', 1 not to oppo the Servians,
afternoon the wind veered aiound Into nW Smllli. who N a prominent! ,.,.., Allltll3 an ...
neeni like the real thing. The temperature McKelv''! ""' 'be very best of Wend,
commenced to drop and at " ..Vlock lmd Rml mn"' rilf!'l')l1 thin engendered
gone to IS) degree, Hhotr zero, a fall or"hrn ,'"' lR,i'. demVrt' pln were
t7 degrees from the high niutk uf the day. 1"'cov'rd , " "
In the evening the weather bureau went ' '
put Its cold wave warning, addlhg:' ' I ' rtu-i of lu.le..
".Marked cnld ha appeared In the' lloweter that insy'W t;ie state'suf-
northwest. Cold wave narnlpgs have been
Ihhiied for the. Dakotus, Minnesota, north
ern Nebtapka. ivrfateru and central Iowa.
A'leo(iled fall In tetnperatuie will ocour
In Kansas, the balunte of Nebraska and
Iowa tonight; Wisconsin, Illinois und Mis
kourf by Monday morning, bringing tfio
coldrst weather thus far this seasoli."
In Omaha and vicinity the wind 1 von -
.tinucu. strong during most or the night,
. ti ... .... 1,1
me l,ll LUIIIIHS tu riliMl, lliritl..u H.MJULt
a fast nslt fell.'
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; wesi-ana normwest round enuw out In thfc'
i.ig.aMiirinr th niiriii i,.,i r. i :
I V. .....
j in,errre nlth the service
A,on6 ,hey Burllnsion and Northwtern
I .luting, tho night there wera high winds
and snow fluri-lM all Ihe kav frrtm
Omaha dul Intl' Wyoming and aJdeci.led ,lf,,,llrC r napfenel.
fall In t'liijjeratuie l.nHj llenuiiraU (irAtlun..
Over llV 1-nJon Paclfh a Noilh Platte. vv"" tH" Ct'UUt of d,te. nhelher u
extension there weie n..w .(imIU dmlng P'-'medllated or ackldental. was rill
the night, but nothing afcln to a lilljjzaid. ""veml the women riemoctats er
On tne main line tliere na rain oi now 'S,';'eloul offered the auffraclets . tltel.-
from Omaha to North Platte, hut wost ot -- t"'owrarn for Thuudsy .and than '
.the Uut named place it was clear artl 'rr H"al suffiage noe .went up In the,
1 1 old all the wa lo Che: une. a high wind!'1"- '
prevailing and the temperature falling
LAST OF GOLD FINDERS OF
CALIFORNIA PASSES AWAY
! UKNO. Dec. 1. .lame Uurkf. . partner
j of Jame Marshall, who first dtscotttreil
j gold In California, arid a!d to.be thc
last of the party that na with Marshall
died at Ins home Miuth of Ileno t'lnt
agel l! Ji. Bii'i, was uriv of tii
Ipi ton ffgn cs nf Picneer 'ife Hi w r
n. at'to vf m ada
ite House, has been compelle'tHb lock
FAIR ONES IN MERRY ROW;
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Plot of Women's Democratic League
ttf Kidnap Suffmsisti. '
SMYTtf BSIWW'. "TWO 1
flntfraliUI l.rmlrr DrtiUre I'lAn tif
Mr. Illhnibr .UfKeltlf nf
llvniocrntle l.enaiie Will
! f,minliie wrath of , u -thopsand iconi
power lum lent .a wide bleach between
118 deR. sisterhood of thi) allied' suffrage
societle and tho Oirmlia Women! Demo
cratic league'' becaiiio of an atetmpt of
,)l8 ,attet. literally to steal. the convention
j n, wtu if the advocate of efiual tiuf-
' It wan a clever and well Ulrt plan the
fair dt-monats had' to execute the. politi
cal maneuver by which they hoped to
n hi over the uffraglsts. but btfore the
I ousc :nd 7h : the7w , a" o
..Ulrta tt could be he,l th.u.hou, ihe
tiati was sprung someone smelled a
Wonlil Ailupl l.nllier Pel.
The 'central figure !n the abortive a1-,
value on the Pankhurst dloi'lnle Is Mrs.!
J'tlanche MoK'e.lvle. The Omaha Woinen'i
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,wu ui 11. n 'i I'xittfT 11, p d ui -uuijic:- lllf5
.ame official position. In the mother or
Mate ontanlratlon.' wlilrh nano one
Mate organization whlrh Is 'also one of'
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, Pt wai.Ud another PM the aom,
;-J imii iu mmiH inr ntaip
...iWfwt nd duh worker, and .Mrs,
i.-gi nave -ii ..nporni se.on .n ins
fJMIIi.1. i-iai.iriri pi tiir I'llJ IIH). HJUIf-
lay aiternnon. Thl iapini lo 'e tin
! ,f,rn ani1 'lln"' for the regular meet- 1
ing of the Omaha Women's )enioil atle
jMgui-, of which Mrs. MrKclvIe I chief
. The dcni'i claimed nut to hie hnown 1
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...o,. ..... 9n,,ij. 5i,.,rw MIC VntWIII'ei
! lor thBt ,Ialp nA'.)n the meantime' they '
j "" '"' """" ""- ww iun- aim (
I framed a iiianmi. In ihl.t wmic
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felt -the need. of a man, fn thev secured!
.. nmji.il 10 neiiver-an atmress on
"11'AiM.n'j ll.nn.,lii T?IU... ...... '
".. w i,iui, um nav
happened. to him Mill be developed fur-
liter on. Kvet since the dtvepvety of the
I ","t h" '''" hf'n "1,"'1 ""C and forth
like a sfauttlecoc-k In a loom, but
solus' to' deliver . hit. addle'. Juit
i JnMiri uui u iciiun ue necej.
ary oltlur to pontyoue the league meet-
ili'sT f" to collaborate with the ballot ad-
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Then Mrs. McKelvle made another at
tempt to have her program accepted,
ami, not being on speaking terms with
the coveted organization In Oniaba, sho
submitted htr progtam to Miss Inez Phil
brh k nf 1,'nrolii. pie.-Mei t nt the Slat
.c'.iffMge n"so. '.itlou B mlnealil.f . the
l.ln.rj'n tr.tniii. Iff . f -I It (j Ihe. OmallA
it n'i'i rtl c i Pae Two 1
BULGARS AND TURKS
AGREE TO ARMISTICE
OF INDEFINITE TIME
Two O'clock in Afternoon Fixed as
Hour When Hostilities in War
Shall Be Halted.
'POSITIONS WILL REMAIN SAME
All Territory in Europe Affeoted by
LASTING PEACE IS PREDICTED
Allied Balkan States Represented by
DELEGATES ENJOY GOOD FOOD
i Nenullntlnn I'm-eHliiR rtlirnienl
if Term ir Armistice Cnn
Mnrtrtl In l'larr I'nr
' f Xnltnn.
t'U.VSTANTlNOPl.K, Wee. l.-I.Mu!
nlght.)-The signing ot the protocal fin
the rtrmlstlre has, been poslpolied until
Tuesday in order to glW an' .opportunity
In th lepreientatlvcs ot all the allies ti
CONSTAN'TINOPMC, Dec. .-The eabl
net has approved the protocol of an
nrmlntlM, which will be signed at
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. A proclama
tion has been Issued sanctioning the pro
tocol. The armistice will be signed b th
Turk on tho one hand and the rtul
Barlan on the other (n behalf ot the four
nlllo. H will thu apply not merely
Tchatalja and Adrlanople. hut to nil
Turkey In Europe
The armistice wilt msc aa long aa th
preliminary negotiations tta peace con
It Is stipulated that the position ot thw
belllaetrnta shall remain exactly as at
tho time or" signature.
Up to the present there have been n
pourparler on the. subject of the terms
of peace. Therefpro statement with
reference to the fate, o Adrianople and
lm rinmBiMtlnn of new fiontlcr are un-
Prrniniieiil I'enve Prolmble,
of the hpi ten1 groat European war in
history rioaes under brighter auspices
man the ttemen who have been
handling the tansltd skein of conflicting
national tnteiast rtavrd to predict. An
delc-te of the balllgerent states h"
have been conffirhlir there Irr an aphar
cntlV cbnclllatory ottltlnle and ap
parently consuming luxurious lunches
prepared hy Constiuillnople'a foremost
The hape that permanent peace will fol
low tho terms that Will avoid a clash
! with Austria la strong 111 all the capital
nd aisumlng the atrongth ot conviction.
I-'rom Constantinople, fofla and llelgrad
the preH ffem:le, which speak with the
voice of their governments, predict a
settlement and portray a general desire
to(end the war.
Ullilo.iiMlIf Project Knrrtl,
I'he project for establishing dip' '
; TTtl Ztz
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during the period of upheaval, gain
ittengtb. The Pall Mall Gazette pre
dicts U vrtlt ho arranged within two ay..
While Turkey anddha paluau .tates may
arrange a trcal)' of peace ny tiirect n-
"""" -n l-ardly do this without
t.. ..iiia.ti.Mn wish 1 Kt ru tn.'i
'WII"ll"H r'UllJlUllKUVII "Itll "it i.tvi'
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1,u' lb"" a" I'ollUr ana at A'on
MnivA latinfhi1 a. tirovUlnnal novrrnment
of:..,. f. , if....,i
Willi JDIIIhll rvcil UCJ, kf, .Hunnuuuaii,
' un president and a Catholic vice prcM-
tfle MtAtan flag been rained.
tiemely nebulous 'htate, since Albania H
' t J I lioiit definite geographlcul boundaries
, dud almost without roads, and the p'i
'l ie lietetofure have fostered a deep rooted-
prejudice against paying taxes to anv
. aoveriiment. The final settlement of their
future problem Is recond only to that of
reconciling ServU apd Ausf'la ove'
, Stl.vU'a determination to retain a port on
Ilia Adriatic sea.
is meant for
you folks who long for
the motor car that Van
can afford to buy and
afford lo keep.
Arc you watching The
Bee's classified ad col
umns these days?
In them 1ho immense
advantage of buying
now at Ihe off season
Stands out like a moun
tain peak. Tempting
offers of good as new
cars in up-to-date mod
els are waiting for you
whenever you care to
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