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THK BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, .TAX t'A R V 10, 1.013.
LATHES 8 ES IT-ENGLISH
Dull or Russian stock -weU
a.ole wing tip re
ceding too, high or mili
tary hool sizes 3 to 7'
AA to D.
15.00 values, for. .$n.4fl
H.OO values, for. .i!.DS
3.50 values, for. ,$'2.4ft
$3.00 values, for. .91.05
MOREHEAD TAKES ON
DUTIES OF GOVERNOR
AS CROWDS APPLAUD
(Continued rrom rge One.)
mil recount of votes cast for candidate
at general elections.
To extend term of offle for governor to
four year, and to restrict governor to
No appropriation for ftn Francisco ex
position. , ,
Designation of soma existing depart
ment to carry on work of publicity.
Opposes new capltol hulldtng.
Favors new building for supreme court
and state library and state hlatoiical so
ciety on grouna ownen ny uw siaie.
legislation to protect itv
cs and health
ot citizens: regulating use -of stream In
disposal of sewage,
niue sky law.
The governor recommenda tne ratifi
cation of the amendment to the consti
tution' of the United State, providing
for the election of senators by direct
vote of the people.
wirtnw or nor niunt.
'This legislature," says the governor,
' It familiar with the unfortunate oc-
urrence at our state penitentiary some,
month ago, following whloli durlnir the
pursuit of escaped convicts, Itoy nlunt
an innocent citizen of Nebraska, lost Ills
life, leaving a yountr widow, now a
mother I deem It proper that the state
should now make reparation an far an
possible for his death, and I would r
rommend that this legislature appropri
ate the sum of IKO.OOO for the purchase of
a quarter section of land in Sarpy coun
ty, the home of the widow, the' title of
said land to be taken by the state, nnd
that the control ami Income of the1 same
bo given to the widow during her life
llmfc" K, M
(,'oTrrnor .tlilrlrh'a MriMg'r,
ln his message to the legislature,
Chester II. Aldrich, retlrlnir governor,
makes specific recommendation on sev
eral points. Principal of these are:
Laws to give life to the five constitu
tional amendments adopted at the last
A't'wags earner's compensation act."
The development ot roada and high
ways, A. publicity bureau to exploit the re
sources and attractions of Nebraska
carrying an appropriation of not less
A law to do away with the defense of
"assumption of risk."
Amendment to the Sackett law, giving
the governor power to suspend at once
accused officers, pending hearing.
Laws to develop and regulate the use
of water power within the state,
An appropriation for an historical
Uw to prevent the marriage ot physi
cally or mentally Incompetent persons,
habitual drunkards or criminals.
The erection of an Intermediate peniten
tiary or reformatory.
For this purpose the governor siwgests
that' the soldier1 home at Orand Island
be abandoned, the Inmates to be provided
for the Mllford home, and the butkltngs
and around at Grand Island be used for
the reformatory. In this connection, he
suggests that step be taken to provide
employment for prisoners of a nature to
afford mental as well as physical exer
cise, llo also commends the work of the
advisory pardon board, nnd recommends
that a salary of 1.080 per year per mem.
ber be provided In lieu of the present
per diem allowance.
A drastic law to break up the drug
habit at the penitentiary.
Financial support for the state board
of charities and corrections.
Readjustment of the office forces of
the state officers. Also of the supreme
court. . ,
The abolition of the Junior normaJ
The. abolition of the country life com
That the state should go out of the
game bird business,
In discussing the proposed removal of
the tntverslty of Nebraska, to a new
campus on the state farm at Lincoln, the
In fact, there are only five buildings
on the city campus that can lay claim to
any degree of permanency or are modern
and up-to-date in their equipment. These
five buildings are the unlvrslty library
building and the two buildings north
thereof, and the new building now being
erected tor the law school and these
five buildings are of such a character
that they could be used to advantage by
the state for the purpose of bousing wm
other Institution, together with the col
egcs of law and medicine, should the
university be removed from the present
(ampus, for by reason .of location, the
rolleges mentioned should be left where
The amount of money necessary to
p irrbase real estate to annex to the city
tamnus would practically erect as many
new buildings out at the farm as we now
have of old and worthless ones here
upon the campus and which must In the
very near future "be replaced by modern
The buying of a few blocks of ground
at enormous expense here in the city
would at the most be only a temporary
expenditure and would not solve , the
problem for all time to come. The re
placing of these old buildings by' new
one, and the additional amount ot real
state bought would mean an outlay ot
l,0eo,O approximately, and that would
not even settle the question. This
amount of money expended In new build
ings at the farm would make, an Institu
tion of greater Importance and better
equipment by many fold Ihsn It Is at the
trtserif .Uir ' . A carefuj and copter vo
can save shoe money and
gain shoe satisfaction here
Our desire to clean up tlio winter shoe stock hns caused us to
offer some especially notablo price reductions on high gradu foot
wear In comparing the prices quoted, please bear In mind the
finality of the Shoes wc Bell, and he reminded that style, elegance
and durability have considerable bearing on shoo prices. We
Invito those with a liking for the best to take advantage of the
Clearance Sale Shoe
Hullt for comfort low
hroad heel and ton all lea
thers, button or lace size
2i io 711 to B
H.00 values, for. . a.0
tJ.60 values, for... .93.73
JJ.00 values, for . . .11.95
Press or piny all leathers,
heavy or light soles --r ln'li
or auedn tops sizes 1 to 6
5 to 8 nold for $1 25 'i
$:.26 now 93o
TOE YDUN& PEOPLES
M18-30 FARNAM STREET.
tive examination Into the matter Is recom-
Wnnt AVnahlnicton I, mi.
In discussing the matter of workmen's
compensation, the governor says he un
derstands the commission ho appointed
will present majority nnd minority re
ports. "I have seen neither of these re
ports," he Says, "and hal-e no Informa
tion hs to- the recommendation to be
made," nnd then lie sdvlsed that the
Washington law he adopted for Nebraska.
In the matter of the routine work of
the state offices, he recommends a gen
era! cutting down of office forces, the
abandonment of systems of keeping rec
ords which he declares are "antiquated,"
and suggests that a saving of 10o,X a
year Is possible by making changes
needed. The legislature Is recommended
to name a committee to Investigate. The
message concludes with the suggestion
that, the legislature be efficient and not
IIMIM'HI.ICA.VS OUT T'W O- K I FT IIS
Norton's Motion Passes Conrernlnir
Commuter Distribution. .
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOTiN, Jan. 9. -(Special.)-Tho dem
ocratic majority gave the republican
minority to undorstund distinctly this
morning that It Intends to maniig'n tho af
fairs of the house and neither argument,
pleadings or threats vslll have nny effect
on this decision.
It all carao about when Mockatt of lin
caster called up ills resolution covering
the matter of republican representation
on the standing committees. Mockett's
resolution provided' that the number of
members of nny committee should be
dlvld) by two after one hail ben taken
from tho total. This would give tlio ma
Jority ,nnn more member of tho several
committees than tho republicans. Well'
the democrats would not standrror this a
moment, though most of tho now; mem
bers took ndvantnge of tho opportunity
to deliver some well prepared orations In
behalf of the people and tholr tax-paying
Norton of Polk moved an amendment
to tho resolution to glvo the republicans
a two-fifths representation on all stand
ing committees. Hp explained that at the
first of every session tho motions mails
during the preceding session wero copied
and Introduced and' tlmt Mockett hart
simply copied his resolution from the
Journal of tho last house. Mockett, In
fact, he said, was simply following a
Knock for Politicians,
Hlcliardson of I.uncuster made a., talk
for a business session of the house .and
strongly advised against any uctlon which
would look like any one belonged to any
Bollen of Knox told the members how
tho democratic party hail placed u light
on tho dome of the capltol, which would
beam out today and shod Its rays In
every aark corner of tho state and that
on March i another bright light would bu
placed on tho top or tho capltol at Wash
Ington. which would shed Its ruys Into
every dark place In the I'nlted States,
and a few other things like that, which
caused Corbiu of Johnson to Inform the
house that back in 18r th democrats
hung tip another lantern In Washington,
wnicit snod Its light Into all the dark f Klechel of Nemuha, Ollls of alley and
places of the country to such an extent ' Talcott of Knov, Hoagaml of Lincoln
that four years later the people tumbled 1 county, who made the motion for the up
over themselves to elect a republican ' polntment of the committee, wim left oft
president, and ever since then It had been I at his own request.
aemonsuTaiea mat the republican party i
the only party which Is able to runinFATLI OF PAIII N ACU
iffalrs ot tho government. Instantly I .rT .tlL
a bunch of democrats yelled to the
speaker that the gentleman from Johnson I
was out of order because he was not
peaking to the question before the house,
"I.aiitrrna itnU Mi'h."
Speaker Kelley so held, to which Cor
"Neither was the gentleman when he
was hanging lanterns over the stato house
This brought great applause from th
republicans and some laughter and some
scowls from the majority, especially the
serious minded ones,
Mockett rolled attention to the fact
that the house provided for forty-four vr
forty-rive committees and tinder his
ptopoiltiou the democrats would have 121
pUces and the republicans 1T7 placet.
That would mako more than four com
mittee assignments for each democrat.
The democrats would aao have forty-flvo
chalrma'.-shlpe, he explained, but It had
no effect. Then he raised tho ire of the
democrats by asking them ir they were
afraid that seven republicans on a com
mittee of fifteen would be able to man
age the eight democrats.
Anderson of, Kearney broke In long
enough to demand that tha house bo oi
ganlxed along business lines, but some
how no one seemed to know Just what
was a business line, so th edebate .waxed
warm and furious.
Crontn of Holt said when Norton was
In the minority., he .wanted . an equal
division of assignments.
(joes Into History.
Bollen called attention to the session of
1901. when Mockett Was speaker. In
which the speaker named the conimlttts,
there being threo democrats nnd 'eight
republicans cn the Judiciary committee,
Mockett replied to this by aaylug- thnt
the statutes of limitation hud twice run
against that session and It was a iln.e
longJxXor thn democrats ibul learned O
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
I'atcnt, dull leather, vel
vet or ooze ralf turn or
welt sole---rloth, satin or
leather topping high or
low heel short forepart
button models sizes,
3 Vt to G, AAA to D; reg
ular price. $6.00; now, at
read and write and the republicans wero
still living In darkness, a time, ho said,
when members thought tlioy could rlilo
on railroad passes nnd still be fair to the
pple as against tlio corporations. ll
disclaimed any unfnlrncsn against the
minority at t hut time, however, and said
no effort hul been made by ttto minority
aa u Ixxly to secure committee appoint
ments. The Norton motion wan finally
carried, after Simon of Douglas Informed
the house thnt the Douglas delegation
had been elected by the democrats, re
ceiving 2.0GO more, votes than Morehead.
who carried the county by 4,000. The dem
ocrats of Douglas county, he Bald, would
hi'ld tho house responsible for any unfair
treatment to tho minority members. OVari
of Dougla.1 and Harris, of Buffalo ovted
with the democrats.
On motion of Frl&s of Howard It wn
voted to placa tho employes under the
control of tho speaker and chief cler,
who were given authority to discharge,
any of them for Incompetency or for
Fries of Howard, McAllister of Dakota
and Davis of Douclaa wero appointed a
.corHmlUce to ac wltji a 'senate ommlt-
ir.e to see aooiu aajourninK unui win nvsi
of tlui week.
m.m:ti:i:. put on pay hull
M I H I f
Semite Nci'iirea l'rn Kinployes
In 5turt Prnc-prtl Intra.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jun. 9. (Special.) The sen-,
nte. did very little business this morning,
being in session only about nn hour, and
most of lliut time tho members luid on
their arms walling for the spirit to move.
Tho cnmmltteo on eployc reported the
first thin gafter the 'prayer by the chap
loin, ami nirnjicmi pryino jverr
how at work, ,iy vyllt be. the poll
lain, and nineteen pcoplb vereconneotod
pv nt thn
senate to placr) employeVcin"lho pdjWroll.
onjjfiywiftiiey 'tft Hva.nttfSLrJji iA Jhltf time
stenographers, uro llio, dne. most In de
mand, threo bHng- given places. Lan
caster county heads the 'lint with six em
ployes, Lincoln 'county follows with throe
and 'Douglas coupy' with two. Following
is the list:
' Itolf Halllgan, bookkeeper, North Piatt
Ocoiko W. fnxor), guiekcepor, Ulnun.
George Bagley, page, Lincoln.
John M. Campbell, custodian of cloak
room. Sterling. ,
John H. Kll, custodian of gallery, Pan
ama. F. V. Hlggason, nlghtwutch, Lincoln.
'Kiinlce K. Robertson, ntenogrnphor, Lin
Hurl Carpenter messenger. Maxwell.
Isabella Harney, stenographer, Alns
worth. Paul Gettlnger, mail currier, Nebraska,
Walter Johnson, pago, Omaha. , ' r
llruco Corrlck. page, Llncolli,
Mrs, C. U Wilson, stenographer, Lin
coln. Jerry Wilhclni, assistant scrgeaut-at-arms,
Harry Hradlcy, Janitor, Seward.
U. W. Crane, custodian of senate, North
George W. Hurt, doorkeeper of gallery,
Bunton Bell, Janitor, Oiiiuha.
A, K. Huntington, doorkeeper, North
President Kemp announced that he luul
selected the committee on examination of
the recodified statutes as follows: Cor
deal of Bed Willow, Hensty of Jefferson,
DUE TO HEART FAILURE
I LONDON, Jan. 9.TA widlot of dcjlh
j ,rom heart failure" was retuincd at the
coroner s inquest louny on this body of
Paul Nash, t'nlted states consul gen
eral at Budapest, who died here Tues
day. A doctor who had attended Mr.
Nash was called as a witness and testi
fied that his patient ii.id taken a sleeping
draught to combat the Insomnia from
which lie hnd been suffering and this 1
IKivsiuiy accelerated death. hut Mr.
Nash's heart was in bad condition. The
body is to be cremated here and the ashes
sent to Cumbrldge. Mars'
PRESIDENT OF MAIL ORDER
HOUSE FINED FIVE THOUSAND
CHICAGO. Jan H.-Alfred H. Monro,,
president of the Globe Association, a Chi
CJtgo mall order house, was fined tf.WO
by Federal Judge landls this afternoon
on an Indictment charging fraudulent use
of the malls. The fine was assessed by
agreement with the district attorney. -The
scheme charged by the government was
that the defendant advertised for em.
ployes In various states, promising to
ray them large salaries.
FIREMEN ON EASTERN,
ROADS ASK MEDIATION
NWW YOHK. Jan. !, The firemen of
fifty eastern railroads agreed with the
railroad managers today to ask Martin
A. Knapp, Judge of the United States
court of commerce, and Charles P. Nell!,
United States commissioner of labor, to
mediate under the Krdman HCt In their
controversy ovr wages and working conditions.
SALOON MEN ASK ASSISTANCE
Offer to Hire Probation Officers for t
South Omaha Branch.
WANT LIST OF DRUNKARDS
Attention ,,f the Offl.rr. of tlir As
sociation In ('tilled to thr llnl-
Irr It la Said Mnfnln
Has Tno SacU 3Ien.
Officers of the South Omaha IteUll
I.lquor Dealers' association "have made
overtures to Probation Officer Paul
Macauley )nd M1m Maud Cloud of the
AocIatel Charities looking to somo
at run kc mo lit whereby the two officers
should assist In looking after the Inter
ests of the saloonmen In cases of habitual
The offer was made some ten days ago
and one of the officers staled that the
offer included a proffer of payment on
the part of tho liquor dealen. In exten
uation of the offer H was pointed out by
the liquor dealers that Lincoln had two
such officials who reported to lio liquor
j dealers' association as to the cases of
' habitual drunkenness found In their
Paul Macauley. probation officer of
South Omaha declared thnt he would
have nothing to do with the matter other
than tho duties heretofore performed by
him as probation officer of Bouth Omaha.
Miss Cloud referred the matter to tho
Omaha office of tho Associated charities
who will take the case up with their
board of directors. In the meantime they
have assured tho f-aJoon keepers' associa
tion they will co-operato with thorn to
the extent of assisting In the betterment
Hoth Probntlon Officer Macauley nnd
Miss Maud Cloud are said to have been
Instrumental In forcing the payment of
surety bonds to women and families of
men Injured by whisky sold by local
Thr saloon men say the wholo matter
was brought by their desire to know who
are habitual drunkards and that the two
officers would be in position to help them
Wolf Killed Near 'labor.
TABOR, la.. Jan. 9. (Special.) Wolves
and foxes mnko their dally appearance
In this neighborhood and at night make
frequent lnroads on the formers' poultry.
Yesterday Don Nichols llled one of tho
wolves which he discovered hiding In a
railroad culvert less than a mile from
, The "B-Line"
i, ' ,
And Everybody Goes Straight to
WE HAVE all been waiting for the
Northern Light to rise, and now it
is here. You can have it for break
fast tomorrow a dish of pancakes, free of
all expense. Just take this coupon to your
grocer, and ask him for a trial package of
Northern Light Self-Rising
Buckwheat Flour. It will be
enough to make a thorough
test, to prove that you can't
keep house without it. The
whole family will love the flaky,
delicious and wholesome batter
cakes, stirred in a jiffy and sure
to be right.
Buckwheat is one of the most
nourishing, warming and sus
taining of grain foods. There
is no brea'kfast-dish more digest
ible and delicious none less
troublesome and no Self-Rising Flour on
the market can equal the Northern Light
in purity and flavor; in economy and con
venience. Try it.
Ordinary buckwheat is out of the question.
No woman wants to bother late at night,
heating water and setting yeast practically
getting breakfast over night.
; Chicago Detectives
Hunt for Automobile
Bandits with Rifles
CHICAGO, Jan. 9. Ordered to "shoot
to kill," Chicago's flying squadron of de
tectives, armed with rifles and traveling
in tnxlcubs, toured the city today In a
determined effort to quell the reign of
terror caused by several bands of auto
mobile robbers. The squadron will be
kept on duty until tho bandits aro cap
turned or driven from the city, it was an
nounced. After shooting Policeman Charles CJrlf
fen in the head, Horry Evans, formerly
of Dallar. Tex., ran two blocks, with his
revolver in his hand today and attempted
to hold up John Vanderoest. The latter,
however, opened fire with his pistol and
sin ntiy wounued Kvans, who later was i
Kvans Is known as Frel Goodwin. With
him whs token Peter Janren. an ex-con-vlct.
and hoth were Identified as foot
BltADSHAW. Neb., Jan. 9 -(.Special. )
George Blayre and Miss Viola Shull of
tills place were married today by Judge
Arthur Wray of York. The groom lias
been reared In the vicinity of Bradshaw.
The bride, with her parent?, came to this
town about two years ago, where sho has
made a host of friends. Mr. und Mrs.
Blayre will begin hou.iekceplng at once
in West Bradshaw.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Culls From the Wire
With the Inauguration of Governor
Simeon K. BaWwIti of Connecticut for a
second term, the state administration
passed from the repuhllrans to the dem
ocrats for the first time In many years.
The, first day's savsion of the Forty
seventh general assembly of Missouri,
which convened nt Jefferson Cltv for
seventy days' work yesterday, was 'given
over to temporary organization.
Ten witnesses for the government testi
fied In the trial In Cincinnati of officials
of the National Cash Hcglster company
who are charged with violating tho crim
inal section of the Sherman nntl-triL.it act.
In New Orleans the senate committee
investigating Mexican conditions heard
testimony concerning contributions which
were made to tho Madero revolutionary
fund In 1S11 through New Orleans agents.
Major Henry Leonard, United States
marine corps (retired), arrived nt the
Unltod States penitentiary in Leaven
worth to begin nn Investigation of tho
prison ordered by Attorney General
j WOMEN IN QUARREL
OVER WILSON IDEAS
tCintlnued nom Pae One i
her previous statement that President
elect Wilson and Senator O Goriimn had
endorsed Mrs. Ayres. With the clue of
this die usslon the election of officers
proceeded. They nte, besides Mrs. Ayres,
Mrs. William A. Ctillop of Indianapolis,
Mrs. til ward T. Taylor of Colorado and
Mr. Duncan V. Fletcher of Florida, vice
presidents: Mrs. John K. Itaker of Cali
fornia, recording secretury; Miss Jose
phine McMahon ot New York, correspond
ing secretary: Mrs. Grace P. Hopkins of
Washington. D. C. field secretary: Mrs.
W. K. Adams of Washington, D. C, treas
urer: Mrs. C. Morton of Washington, D
The old board of directors was re-
I elected. U is composed of Mrs. Adlal B.
Stevenson of Illlnoir. Mrs. Henry I.. ICd
I munds of New Jersey. Mrs. J. Hedzes
Crowcll of New oVrk City, Mrs. William
Jennings Bryan of Nebraska nnd Mrs. J.
H. Borden Harrlman of New York City.
Ten Die of Meningitis
in Southern Illinois
CAIUO, IlV. Jan. 9-Dr. J. C. Water
velt of Shelbyville, III., who represented
the Stato Board of Health In nn Investi
gation of spinal meningitis at Gale, III.
returned here today with the rcjtort that
up to yesterday ten deaths had occurred
from the disease and that two persons
were fatally 111.
He placed. Dr. Duncan of Toinms in
chargo with Instructions to call on all
tho physicians necessary for help. No
nurses had been at Gale, and the com
missioners of this county called for vol
unteers. The entire staff at St. Mary's
Infirmary here offered their services.
Miss Truda HIgglnbotham was selected
from the number and Is now at Gale.
County Commissioner Gilbert Is maktntr
an Investigation of conditions at Gale,
East' Cape Glrnrdeau, McClure and the
surrounding country. ,
MotFinriil of Ocenn Stpnnters.
NEW YOUK .
NEW YOHK . .
"NEW YOHK .
mAtiTiMonn . .
K. Wllhelm H.
K. A. Victoria.
tirades, . .
the Table Without a Second Call
With Northern Light Self-Rising Flour
there is no trouble at all and the result is
perfection. Ten minutes in the morning
will prepare breakfast and everybody will
come at the first call. Compare the time
necessary for the old way and ours.
sure to like
cent packages. But try it
first; take or
coupon to the grocer's and Uealeri
get the trial package -free, Please give me a
! Sent to Prison for
! Oonemot of Curt
CHICAGO Jan. 9-Dr William T.
Klrby. onner of the defunct Klrby Sa
Ings bank, and his wife. Mrs. Marparet
1 Klrby. .were ordered today sent to ja-l i
on a contempt charge by I'nlted States I
District Judge Landls until they turn )
over KW.OiW said to be missing from the
assets of the bank.
The decision followed a scathing denun- i
elation of the participants In what Judgd i
Indls termed a "fraud and a frameup 1
of par excellence In perjury."
The lawyers nho represented the Klrbys '
were scored by Judge Landis, who d-j
clared that the wire-tapping story which
had been put in as the defense for D 1
Klrby and his wife was a "farce and '
born of perjury."
Comes Late to Work
WASHINGTON. Jan. '.'.Sherman Allen,
assistant secretary of tho treasury, was
three minutes late In reporting for duty
and was sharply called to account by a
watchman of tho treasury department.
Appearing leisurely at a side door of
the building the tardy official was com-'
manded to produce his "card" in order .
that It m'ght be marked "late." He en
deavored to appease the government's
monitor with the statement. "I am as-1
slstant Secretary Allen."
"Oh. they all say that," was the im
"You make your explanations at tho
main door of the building."
The assistant secretary was forced t
enlist the Influence of a watchman ot
wider acquaintance and was flually per
mitted to reach his desk.
Tariff reform, so far as It Involves the
taxing of food. Is on the eve of final dis
appearance as a plank in the unionist
policy In Great Britain.
The New Year's reception at the winter '
palace In St. Petersburg on January 14 !
has been cancelled owing, It Is under
stood, to the illness of the empress and
Ji meeting of conservative senators and'
deputies of the Spanish Parliament '
passed a vote declaring their adhesion to
the king and the monarchy and naming
Antonio Maura chief of the Thirty.
The Old Way
The Northern Light Way
Won't you let us prove all we
say? Let the Northern Light
shine on your breakfast table
tomorrow. The family are
25 - cent and 10-
sample package of
Northern Light Self-
Rising Buclcvheat Flour.
I am under no obligation for