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TliE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. 1913.
WILL NOT REDUCE EMPLOYES
Iowa Senate Names One ofr Every
Member of Body.
rnllatrnttnmln County Content Art-
tied for First Rnnnit In Furor or
Oooil-rrln, Democrat Jck-
n Dnr Ilnnqnrt.
il-Yom a Stuff Corretondent)
DBS MOIXEB. t.. an. 13.-(8peclal
rolwjrarn.) Retrenchment steps were dls
ounted on the first day of the Iowa
ffrtslattire. when the MWite definitely
cfucd to back up as to the number of
lorks it stenographers for that body,
senator Lnrrauco tried to secure the
adoption of a motion redudnp the num
ber bv nineteen, but It received small
s Jpport and tho senate authorlied fifty,
-ir uw for each member of the senate.
The house will fret alow: with only
thlrty-flv. The senate was delayed by
tho work pf the credentials committer In
regard to the rotUiwattamle county con
test, but finally seated Goodwin, the
democrat, on advicn from the attorney
general thst the cortlfJoate of election
was Illegally withheld from him. Tlie
i antest of the republicans will now go to
Joint committeemen are named to pro
laro for tho Inauguration, and tomorrow
the canvass of tho vote will begin,
.larkao'n Pay tloiniiiet.
The Iowa democrats will have a Jack
un da.v banauet here Wednesday even
ly: tho speakers belnc Senator John
Webber of Ottumwa, 8enator John Clark
Hon of Albla. Representative John Kaieil
of Avoca. Jerry Tl. Sullivan of Dee
Moines, AV. D. Jamlesoii of Shenandoah
and A. Van IVngcnen of Sioux City.
CARROLL COUNTY CLERK
TAundLL. la., Jan. J3.-John J. Relck.
reUrlne; county clerk of Carroll county,
shot and killed himself at the rooms of
the German club last night. No motlvo
ha us yet been uncovered. Commis
sioners had ordered the checklnit up of
acccounts of officials to bei;)n today.
ESCAPED CONVICT IS
TAKEN BY TOWN MARSHAL
CHICAGO. .Jan. .11 A. V. Ayr'es, one
of the three convicts who escaped from
the Jpllet penitentiary last Saturday,
was ,cap,tured on tho outskirts of tho
littlo village ot Ucreher, 111., today.
The convict laughed when taken and
obsenved; "Well, tho boys back at tho
pen ,surt wilt filvo me tho laujth now."
Thu capture' Tvas" rondo by Fred Hln.
town marshal, of llerpher. .He had boon
on the lookout for auspicious characters,
und when fio 'oKsfcrvcd a man In p. long
overcoat and with, .a. r on his lip, a
iletan or," thf description ot Ayrea, ho
commanded the latter 'lo- throw up IiIh
hands. U'licn the ,vfflcor Unovf book tho'
overcoat nnd disclosed the convict tlnl
forftl whlclj tho fURitlvy, stilt, tv.oro, Ayrcs?
laughingly admitted. 1) ,tm, one ot tli
mertidugljt. Ifo declined to give informa
tlon, recording his two companions, who
are Wfll at lanes.
"VVArden Murphy at Joliet has recelva3
Information ;whlcl( Jridlca't;e,piat,.'one. .of,
the others Is traYstlnK" west and tint
otheV towanj Clileafo;' '
V BECOMES EFFECTIVE
l?SDQK -J"an. r-neflnlnB today
even" shIW, born In t' United, Kingdom
to invents lnsurticl under tjie nowj natipmd
InsuranSfl .aM .wlll.bjinK thot '.parenta a
bounty ,pf thirty shillings, qr. Abput.J7.pO,
Under the. now.acL-the. nwttfer la also
entitle! jo atcknes bene fjt - durlmr th
perl6d.j; ,her Illncs T " ... ' '
There, are ubout 1.150,000 births, onmjnlly'
In thfc United "Kingdom and It !r est!
mated tjiot fully. l,00Q,o of these will bo
entitled" tf the Insurance benefit. One
effect Wfh.ijehernG is expected tb bo an
Improvement In " the national physlquo
whlplt sald to have (fUfreYed' (56nld5r
ablyr uosause. so many mothers are
denial 'necessities and- are aomotlmet
oblljsdito resume work before fully rot'
mtAIVAri ntOtLi) SUBMIT
.PROPOSALS FOR PEACE ';?. ,. rft,,ro"tl.'1tiJ'' ' litigant in his
N Vl -oucl V.n rc,nup,t court, to grant hm a favorable option
KL ?Aky, Tex.. Jan. ll-rbeflnlto pro.
posaU for peace. Ip ATepp were made
to Pedro Laaouraln, minister of foreign
relations. durl;ig his recent visit here.. it
itcs declares today.' n,'aa sfltf tho pro
pos&Is camo from ihsurrecto leaders, In
cluding, .Intt ?olaiur.. Maroelo ' 'Carrevo
and Antonio RoJa8. Ivascuralir,waa asked
to present tho prunogal ty ' President
Madoro. - , , . '
The plan does not ,cs,l for the reslg.
nation 6f President Madero, but .requestV
new oJppotntmejiU for tho kIc presidents
and abaut. half of the , cabinet.
It. Gomex Jlobelo, noy a pileoner at
San Antonio, has uxpeessed the 4e4lef
that the plan would be acceptable to
P&scuat Orozco. thy rebel chief, whose
whereabout are noteflnltely known.
FIFTH ATTEMPT MADE
TO BURN CHICAGO HOUSE
CHICAGO, Jan. li-For tho fifth time
within three weeks six families occupy
ing the Martfrt apartments on the north
side were driven ln tho street by fire
Tho police believe that an Incendiary Is
r-tonble for the fires. The families
have planned to move from the bulldln?
In the belief that somebody ha dc
lrmlcd o bum down the structure.
the i Commerd.1 club, 1. also a globe-
Anjnvay. througiTthe mlllUry powers
of Colonel A. D. Fcttejman. Omaha re
talxur the position of inspector-general of
the Nebraska National, guard.
Thomas WakefUwT Blackburn jg
nnaqUnoua choice to head, the Omaha Bar
association for tho ensuing yw, Shake
Thoroaa, on laodlng Botnethlna; by grace
.f tio popular ,u . Peraoverenc pu,
ore persirnjon tluai routine
George A. HoZlfakvt first jUmUf
jam In OsJAha, km rfcfet wtexe the Mil.
ayd hotel now tnW
It K. U KmieSTwaa rpfyor of this
y for the year Jn his early days
lit was s famous nlmrod.
I ARCHBALD GUILTY
tidam vnw nnnurrc
uru rii" UUU1UO,
(Continued from l'ajce Ona)
rwentatlves be notified ot the verdlrt
and the punishment Imposed.
'Mil r it Mnrrensrnl liiiprnt'liiiirnt,
Dt the ten men who have been Im
peached before the senate -since the or
ganisation of the government Judge Arch
bald Is the third to be convicted and the
only one ronvlcted who appeared to make
a personal defense iigalnit the charges
brought by the house of repiesentattves.
Voting on the charges txgon as soon as
the Impeachment court had been reor
ganized at t o'clock. Of each of the arti
cles Senator llacon. after the secretarv
had read the charge lo the senate, put
the formal question:
"Senators, how say you, Is the respond
ent. Robert w. Archbald, guilty or not
guilty as charged In this article?"
As tho roll cull proceeded replies of
"guilty" came from nil parts of the
chamber. Kaoh senator under tho nile
rose In his seat and gave Ills verdict, but
notwithstanding the silence that prevalUd
throughout tho chamber many hod to be
asked to repeat their votes to make their
replies audible to the secretary, nobert
W. Archbnld. Jr. who sat with his
father s caunsol on tho floor of the sen
ate, exhibited great feeling ns It became
apparent thai the vote was o-erwhelm-
ngly for conviction.
The first article charged that Judaje
Archbald had gono to officials of the
Krle railroad while that road had a suit
pending In tho commerce court and had
corruptly Influenced them to ngreo to
glvo him a favorable option on tho Katy
did culp dump, owned In part by the
Krle'a subsidiary company, tho" Illllsldo
Coal artd Iron company. Tho voto In de
tail on this 'charge was as follows:
Voir on I'rlnrlpnl Charier.
Tor Conviction Ashurst. Ikuikhead,
llorah. Roprne, llrandegee. lirtstow,
llryan, Hurton, Chamberlain. Clapp.
Clark' (Vyo.. Clarke (Ark.). Crane,
Crawford, Culberson, Cullom, Cummins,
Curtis, Hlxon, Dnpont. botcher, lYstor,
Ualllngor, Gore. . Qronnu, Hitchcock,
Johnson (Mo.), Jones, Kmiyoii, m iV1
lette, Uppltt, Iodge; McCumber. Mc
Lean, Martin, Murtlne.- Myers. Nelson.
Nowlonds, O'dormnn. Owen, Pago, Per
kins, Polndextcr. Pomoreno. Roed, Rich
ardson, Root, Sanders, rthlvely. tilmmons,
Smith (Go.), Smith (Md.), smith (Arlr..),
Pmoot. Stephenson, Stone, Sutherland,
fiwanson, Thornton, Tillman, Townsond,
Warren, Wotmoro, Williams, Wofks.
Against Convlrtlon Humham, Catron,
Oliver, Paynter, Penrose.
IIIstr tit the ClinrKF.
Tho Impeachment proceedings against
Judge Archbald were started early In
1912 when complaint was made to the
Interstate Commerce commission and
later to Attorney Ocneral Wlckersham
and President Taft that Judge Archbald
had been concerned In Influencing rail
roads to grant him certain favors Ui con
nection with coal land deals aril thfe
settlements of cases Involving coal prop
The house of representatives cijljert
upon President Tatt for a .copy or t'he
r.hn rr n rrntnaf 1 1m inm mnrnn nniif
Judge, and In May, 1912, It bcgan'ln In
vestigation through, tho Judlctar com
mltteo which ended In tho recotrimenda
tlon that Judge Archbald be Impeached.
Scores ot witnesses testified to.Hihe house
Judiciary , committee before .It adopted
the; artclovt Impeachment, aptl the.
tilony Befpro the epato Cfdrlng tiro trfal
that lias Just closed. ' '
Tho houso. voted to , Impeach Judgo
Archbald July 7 and the Impeachment
was laid before the senate July 15. Tho
trial did not begin, however, until De
cember I. The charges accused him of
having used his dudlciat lnfluonco to
secure favors frorlt railroads that' were
litigants or- possible litigants before him,
pf having accepted favors from lawyers,
mho practiced In his court and of having
been guilty of other misconduct as a
Judge. Judgo Archbald admitted prao
tlcally nit of the facts as to his negotia
tions for oulm properties, but In eacj)
rasa he maintained that the business
negotiations were Innocent In themselvos
and that ho had not In any way "misused
his Judicial, power, or rendered hlms'e'lf
subject to Impeachment or Indictment
Under the InW. '
- Uultotiitt of Clinrifra.
nrlefly stated, tho thirteen chaiccs
I brought against Judge Archbald were as
L "Flist-That he Influenced officers of
uii i m inure ot me ivatyuia culm dump,
near Scranton, Pa. Judgo Archbald ac
knowledged his part In the negotiations,
but denied he "wilfully or unlawfully,
o( corruptly, or otherwise todk any-advantage
of his official position" to In
fluence tho railroad officials.
Second-That ho attempted to effect u
nettlement between the Marlon Coat
company of Bcranton and the Uelawnre,
Jjackawanna A Western railroad of n
case then pending before the Interstate
Commerce commission on a basis 'that
would have given him a share of tho fee
earned by George M.. Watson, attorney
for the Marlon Coal company. Judge
Arolibald declared h nr-t,i in tk r,n..
only as a friend ot the Interested parties
iu qiu not expect any compensation for
his work, .
Third That he attempted to Influence
the Lehlah Vall- niiirn,,
relinquish a case on packer No. 5" near
Shenandoah, Pa., so that he might lease
It on favorable terms front tho Girard
estate of Phllmtlni.iu j,,i.. ,,V"i
claimed his negotiations for this property
ihIr9TV!die e,r.c,,6'.f "Influence upoq
tlltf IlltSll Officials, hut irrnn. ...
property t0 Pr,t "n "Joining cpaj
Fourth-That Judge Archbald oeoured
Kfff li?r,y.,?I,m..Druce of I-ouls-Vllle
A ttshvllle railroad private letter
tJV.?M ? "ulRlfi R" "Union In
favor ot 'the railroad In a suit before
w? commerce court. The Jurist averted
5 " .corrw"'nce wltq Mr. Tlturt m
only to clear tip a disputed bit 0f testl.
l?..,nI4 wn not waterlal to the decl
s'ni or the case.
iliU'rT,.'".ujK? .Archbald influenced
'iV'n ' Ph"a':"ll & Reading coVi
?o.lTV Co- 0.wn?,, bv 'he Reading rail
f,oa5ci? Sni , n n coat nrooertv
wta4r,cIe YTnr' wh'h r n ice
warnke gave him u note for KQ Ju.ii
Archbald denied that he w" nlfullv w
hl Influence with he ReaJIn comoanv
5Si iSWi&rlSY wh,oh 3U &
H'rth-That he tried ti Influence of.
Allece.l Krr fmi.i Utlimnt. '
c Urefl this Viock "waTnot arewart Kr
SSai2S"i" n but co"-a give? him tl
RUsger " not" h had with
hit?;ht"-That Arohuald attempted to
fei.na "0 JI-unted by G a
Boland and W. P. Boland, litigants in
his court ir Vni..i th.t vl fc.!T..'.S. 'n
Nlntl That Jm Hmltl th. ....
to be nrssentfet n c r -v.n 5
Scranton attorney Uien pracUdng in' his
court, vrho discounted tt, and that Judga
decision tn Van Storclfa raver. Judge
i Aichbald dented that his Influence as a
iiiutse nau anything to do with the dis
counting ot this note.
Trip to Kurnor.
Tenth That Juden Arnlitmlit nn-entMl n
trip to Rurope at the expense of Henry
. Cannrfn of New York, a director In
several railroads. The defense was that
Mr. Cannon wan Mrs. Archbald's cousin
nnd thst the trip wa an ordinary family
Hlovonth That Judge Archbald ac
cepted, nt tho outset of this trip, a
purse raised by fcrnnton attorneys prao-
tiring In his rourL Ho answered that he
Knew nomine or the collecting or uus
purso until after It had been presented
Twelfth That Jucltre Archbald fll
pointed as Jury commissioner tn the mid
dle district of Pennsylvania J. 11. Wood
ward, a railroad attorney. His answer
was that Woodward wan selected for his
ritiiM for tlm nn.Mtlnn and that the
method of lurv selection was such that
no undue Infucnco could be exerted oy a
ThlHAMtitlt That Judse- Archbald had
sought to Obtain credit rrom and through
persons Interested In suits In his court;
that he had carried on a general busi
ness In culm dumps for "speculation and
profit"' .while a Judge and had unlawfully
Influenced railroad off Heals. All these
general charges were donled.
Start Printing Probe
PIERRE, 8. D., Jan. 11 (Special Tele
gram.) A resolution by Sasse today to
Investigate the charges In regnrd to Irreg
ularities In state printing contracts was
Majority and minority reports were tiled
today on the legislative contest from
Dowey county, tho majority reporting In
favor or Clark, the alttlng republican
and the minority signed by three In favor
of Ash, the contesting democrat.
In tho list of senuto bills presented to
day were one for a permanent state tax
commission, with powers of regulating as
sessments and tax levies; for taxation of
Inheritances and legaclex, and for a state
library commission. -
Resolutions were presented-in the sen
ate for a convention In 1914 for revision
of the constitution; memorializing con-
gress to mako Fort Meade a permanent
brigade post, and a memorial asking that
the jurisdiction- Of United States district
courts bo limited.
The presidential electors of tho state
met at noon today and cast their five
votes for Roosevelt nnd selected O. C.
Olsen of Lemmon to carry the returns to
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MANY IN FAM OF REMOVAL
(Continued from Pago One-.)
naturally. Tho great Institution has had
mtghtly alow growth during tho last few
yours," It has ont gone up like Kaunas
Tho buildings nre not of a unlfortn
architecture; they nro not of tho spacious.
roomy slxo that they should bo
They aro crowded togothor, so that ono
might string a lino of clothes across from
the window 'of ono to that of tho other.
aiul makn the picture ot tho tonenment
district a residence.
Working: for Grfntejr School.
For h. ' greater And bettor university
for one that will b6 tho pride of the
stato Nebraska must have a large cam
pus; It must liavo ono In which ther
will be plenty of light, plenty of air, and
great spaco for student activities. Ne
braska needs a dormitory system: It can
not have one where it now is. It noedX
to bo" 'removed to tho State farm no
that Us students will not step right
Into, the busy,..camrflarcjal..jsttcjtsu when
thoy leave tho "campus. It wants the
buildings In ..'a.' place, where tho ntudonlh'
may have their natural growth, and
where they will not be the victims ot a
Parents, contend the Omaha alumni
would not think of letting tholr children
live in a tenement house while attend
lug schooTT'Yot ' they are' permitting
them to fjifo'a university, whose very
lite Is being crushed out by the Very
conditions whlch'inake tho tenement evils
In the American system of living.
unmna aiumni aianq out openiy nnu
aro willing to Meet anyono on equal
grounds In battle for the removal of tho
university. They aro moved solely by
the delro to see their alma mater live
and.' prosper. They are not working for
an selfish gains, they want to do what
Is best ' for Nebraska and they believe
only' one course Is "open tor them; and
that 1b to work for the removal of the
NEXT SATURDAY'S BIG SALE
Fifteenth Alumni Clearance)
Mru'n FnrnlahliiKa nt Brnu
All the men's shirts, underwear, neck
wear. gloVes, hosiery, sweator coats, col
lars, etc., at the biggest bargains over
offered lit Omaha, next Saturday.
OHIO IS ABOYE DANGER UNE
(Continued from Page One.)
property damage would not be as heavy
as lri previous "record" floods.
(rent Arena Flooded.
EVANS VlM-a:, Ind., Jan. IX With the
rise Increasing three-tenths ot a foot an
hour on the secondary . swell after Fri
day and Saturday's heavy rains the Ohio
river here today passed 43.5 feet. Hun
dreds ot square miles tn the bottom
lands between Lawrenceburg, Ind.. and
Cvae-In 'Rock, III., are Inundated three
to twenty feet and property loss will run
into a high figure because ot the Inability
of lowlanders to get their live stock out
in time. Tugs and steamboats here have
been lending asklstance to the flood
stricken dwellers In the bayous and In
some cases arrived Just In time to save
severe suffering. No loss ot life has been
TO CLHF. A CO!.l IN ONK DAY
Take IAXATIVE JJROMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money If tt falls
to cure. K. W. GROVE'S signature is on
each box. Xc Advertisement,
AGED MAN DIES AT
BEDSIDE OF FRIEND
CEDAR PALLS, la., Jan. !S.-(8pecIal.)
Lawrence Williams, aged 68 years, ex
pi red at 1 o'clock this rnornlng while
watching by tho bedside of a, .kick- friend-,
Joseph Uancroft.v, Heart disease" was the
cam of death, but there had never been
any Indication ut such trouble. He la
survived by his widow, two daughters
and two sons, Mrs. A. O. Brown of
forgo, N. D,s Mrs, Mertha Smith of
Davenport, Robert R. Williams ot Cedar
Falls and Milton William of Stillwater,
Motion Picture Plant Bnvna.
NEW ROCimUJB. N. T.. Jan. n
The plant ot th Ttuuihonser company,
motion picture manufacturers, was de
stroyed by fire today. Tii bulldlns':B
equipment wero valued at K6Q.0IU,
jOLEO INQUIRY TO PROCEED
Judge landis Orders Grand Jury to
OBJECTS TO ANY COMPROMISE
Court I Int'enaeil nt Proposition to
Dlomnnt Tax of Million Dol
lar Arnrly Ninety
CHICAGO. Jan. 13.-Incened at the re
port of an Impending compromise of the
chsrges affecting several of the largost
Chicago manufacturers of oleomargarine
which have been before the federal grand
Jury for several weeks. Jnrim T-umii. ..
day gave supplemental Instructions to
the grand Jury directing that the In
vestigation be resumed at once regardless
of what nction Is taken In Washington.
internal Revenue Commissioner Cabell
recommended to tha hmi rntnmin.. m
Washington Saturday tllAt n rnmtirnmtcn
of JHK.000 be accepted In the cases against
the companies in Chicago and elsewhere
alleging failure to pay the legal tax on
the product aggreaatlne- mora thin tl dm.
Criticises Propone it Whitewash.
Judge Landis is Said to hnvn nrlttrUnri
the efforts of the revenue department to
"whitewash" those who have been under
Inquiry for the alleged defraudlnir of thn
government The court Is reported to have
instructed the grand Jury to prosecute to
The Chicago ConiDanles Involved In 4h
alleged oleomargarine frauds are Armour
A Co., Friedman company, G. II. Ham
mond company, William J. Moxlev com.
pany. United States Butterine company.
Otiier concerns in Bt Iouls. Cincinnati.
Columbus, O., and Providence. R. I., are
It la said the Inuulrv bv the house com.
mlttee on expenditures In the Treasury
department was taken up at tho request
of the federal Judge.
Tha uso of sulphur in the Drenaratlbn of
oleomargarine for sale by the concerns
s said to bo the basis for the frauds
itlOVE TO IMPEACH JUDGES
OF IDAHO SUPREME COURT
ROISB, .Idaho, Jan. 13. Progressive
members of tho state legislature at a
conference today discussed the advisabil
ity of Introducing a resolution providing
for Impeachment proceedings acalnst tho
Idaho supreme court Justices. The dis
cussion waa an .outgrowth of tho punish
ment for contempt of court of IU S. Sher
idan, C. O. Broxon and A. It. Cruren,
who published Colonel Roosovclt's critic
ism of one court's decirions. No con
clusion was renched.
DOCTOR IS CHARGED WITH
FALSIFYING BIRTH RECORD
SAN 'tfRXNClfltJt fVl ..- .inn'. 1.lhn-
complalhtbr"tfrf''Clt' Board " of Health;
a warrant was Issued today for the ar
rest of Df. -Sy. Wr Fraser of WcaVervllle;
charging hint with having falsified n
public record ot birth.
Dr. Fraser certified that a son was born
on September 1, 1910, to Charles Kugene
' 1. 1 i f ,"i:n
' , .'
TO THE POI40Y-H0LDERS:
During una tho Company received lu premiums
In Interest, Henta, ete ,
The increase in the earning power of the Company's assets during the last seven years is
equal to 0.29, Translated into dollars this means an increase in earning power, over 1905 of
moro than TWO MILLION DOLLARS.
The inoreaaed earning power developed in 1912 is notable. It is represented by 9-100 of
1, and, if maintained, will increase the income of the Company in 1913 by comparison
with what it would have been had the earning power remained as at the close of 1911, by
the sum of . $647,000
Of the amount which the law allowed us to spend lh 1012 for new business wo actually spent . Ol
Of the amount which the law allowed us to spend for all purposes, we spent approximately . . 03
Of the amount of new business which tho law allowed us to issue In 1012, we Issued .... 100 ' ' '
NINETEEN-TWELVE WAS A GOOD YEAR'
If you desire further details, write the Home Office, 346 Broadway, New York.
January; 8, 1913.
Kdward ailngsby. scion of a, wealthy
Kngllsh family and his American wife,
Dorothy Morgan Cutter Bllngaby. The
complaint charges flint Dr. Fraser was
a .party to the substitution of an Illegi
timate child, born to Lillian Anderson ot
Oeyoravllle, which Mrs. Sllngstjy foisted
upon her husband as h'ls.
. The SllngsbyB are now tn England with
the child, which they both assert la
Mm. James I. tlntleti.
FA1RHURT, Neb.. Jan. U.-tSpeclal.)-The
body of Mrs. James P. Ratten was
brought to Falrbury from Burkitt. Neb.,
and the funeral services , held in Steele's
chapel. Rev. M. K. Gilbert ot the Mfclho
d.'st church officiated, The deceased was
born in New York on January 1. 1M0, and
her maiden name was Mary Augusta
White. She was married to James P.
iBatten on January 1, 1868, and to this
union six children were born. She Is
survived by her, husband and children.
The decelsed lived In Falrbury for many
years and removed to Burket only re
cently. Burial took place In Falrbury's
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Jan. 13.-(f3pe-da!.)
E. Fossgreene, until a week or
ten days ago connected with M." J.
Kllnge, In the opera houso confectionery
business, died suddenly last night. Less
thon a week ago ho took chargo of a
general merchandise atorp at St. Llbory.
He caught cold, waa brought to this city
yesterday and passed away during the
night of a severe attack of pneumonia.
He leaves a wjfe and one son, about 17
year's of age.
Mrs. Bra 7.ot.
WiOST POINT. Neb., Jan. 13.-(SpcolaU
Mrs. Bva 55ot, ono of the best known
pioneer women of eastern Cuming county,
died at the family 'home of ailment inci
dent to extreme old age. she being 81 at
the tlmo of her death. She waa a native
of Stuttgart, Germany, and hod reslcUsd
In Cuming county thirty years. She Is
survived by nine children-Joseph of
Bettendorf, la.; Henry, Rosalfe, Neb.; Mrs.
Kate Rebhaus.en, Bancroft; Mrs. Theresa
Marquis, Kansas City: Mrs. Mary Turner,
Omaha; Andrew, Anthony Anna and
Elizabeth at 'home. Funeral services wero
held from Holy Cross church at Ban
croft. Rev. Father 0Donohue celebrating
tho requiem mass for the. deceased.
Mrs. A. B. Davenport.
Mrs. Nettlo Harkness Davenport, wife
of A. B. Davenport, who for a, number
of years waa manager, of the Millard
hotel, died last week in Clyde. O., where
she and her husband went otter leaving
Omaha. Mrs Davenport, who waa welt
known In Omaha, la survived by her hus
band and four children Mrs. E. S. Nich
ols ot Cleveland, William Davenport of
Columbus, Mrs. A. B. Mookor and Miss
Rena Davonport of Clyde. ,
Enoch A. Whipple.
CHICAGO. Jan. 13. Enoch A. Wlilpple,
61 years old, ona of tho best ..nown
hotel men in Chicago, Is dead at hfs home
here. His mother, Helen M. Whipple,
said to hays been the. first white .child
borh' In Chicago. He had, been connected
with tho leading Chicago hotels. In, varloua
capacities for forty-fivo years.
Tho Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
346 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
: SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR OF BUSINESS
, The pirectors 'assume that, when you think of your contract, with this .Company you
never question the Company's soundnessbut that ycu are deeply interested -in its progress,
and the efficiency and economy of its management.
We submit, therefore, the following summary from the transactions of the year
Total Income m j243(366.58 V-
INVESTMENTS MADE DURING YEAR J '
Real Kstntt Mortgage Ixans (first Jlens) matlo In -tootles located In 25 States and 1
Countries (to yield 3.32) ...-. $34,010040.00
BUtc, County and Municipal llonds (domestic, including Canada) Issued by 4o' Coun
ties and Municlalltles located in 20 States (to yield 4.47) . .. . , 7 403 10I 77
Domestic Ilallroad Honds .0 yield 4,50 ) ' a'820 70l V"
Foreign II. It., Gov't nnd Municipal Bonds (lo yield 4.21) ; , , , V 234 223 13
' Miscellaneous llonds (to yield 1.73) 20o'777!nb
lxmned to policy-holders on security of-their policies (to yield 5) . . . , 27,703,000.00
DURING 1012 TJ1K INSUUEI) OH THEIR UKNFICIARIES RECEIVED IX)R
Matured Endowments . ' . ,'
Added to the reserve fund for insurance, to meet
accordance with the law, and to tho
Man Employed by
Foraker Says He
WASHINGTON, Jon. 13. While In Chi
cago on December 21, Gilchrist Stewart, a
negro law clerk, told the senate campaign
funds committee today he was kidnaped
by "gangsters," talten to 'th 6fflco of
the Chicago Examiner and robbed of a
number of letters and papers. Including
two letters to him from former Senator
Foraker. The'men who kidnaped him, he
said, told him they were policemen, ex
hibited what purportod to be warrants
and attempted to make htm believe tho
Examiner office was a police station.
A story ot how copies of letters from
John D. Archbold to Mr. Foraker and
other public men were taken from the
Standard Oil company's New York office
and sold to the New York American In
New York by W. W. Wlnkfield ana J
Charles Stump,, negro messengers em
ployed by the company, was told by
Stewart, who said he waa employed by
Mr, Foraker to Investigate whether cer
tain alleged photographic copies of let
ters published were forgeries.
States Takes Hand in
Strike at Yonkers
YONKERS, N. Y., Jan. 13,-Wlth Its
90,000 inhabitants inconvenienced for tho
last week by a complete tteup of Its trol
ley car service, Yonkers saw a ray of
hope today in an order from Governor
Sulzer that the Public Service commis
sion take a hand in tho situation. It Is
declared that the commission has power"
to Impose a fine of $3,000 a day In case a
corporation falls to obey Its orders, and
If such a procedure were taken It would
be the first time this authority has ap
plied Jn a strike.
The street car men quit because one
nonunion man had been employed, "In
violation," as Governor Sulzer declared
It Grows Stronger Every
Thirst Nat ional
GENUINE The Food Driak for
' . - .
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this stamiani ml,
reserve funds foi future dividends
in his order, "of what Is conceded to be
a proper policy."
President Frederick W. Whltridge of
the, company said today that he seemed to
be between two fires, for, while the com
mission threatened a fine ot 15,000 a day
If he did not run the cars', he waa also
liable to a fine of $D0 for every strike
breaker brought Into tho city, according
to a local ordinance.
rirnndela Ulsr Snle for Men.
Next Satursy Tee negln our iJfh annual
clearance sale of men's furnishings. This
Includes all the men's shirts, underwear,
neckties, sweater coats, gloves, collars,
hosiery, etc.. at wonderful bargains.,
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
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a Cold? TryPape's.
One dose of Papcs Cold Compound
relieves worst cold or grippe
No Quinine used.
. You will distinctly feel your cold break
ing and all the Grippe symptoms leav
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It Is a positive fact that Pape'a-Cold
Compound, taken every two hours, until
Uireo consecutive doses are taken, will
end the Grippe and break up the most,
severe cold, either In the head, chest,
back, stomach or limbs. ,
It promptly relieves the most mlaeratle"
headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed
up, feverlshncss, sneezing, sore throat,
running ot the nose, mucous catarrhal
discharges, soreness, atlffness and rheu
Get a 23-cent package of "Papa's Cold
Compound" from your druggist and take
It -with the knowledge that it wilt posi
tively and promptly cure your cold and
end all the grippe misery; without any
assistance or bad after-effects and that It
contains no quinine don't accept some
thing else said to be Just as good. Tastes
nice acts gently. Advertisement.
are invited to become one
of its customers.
all Ages Others are Iautaticas
. !W5,041, 784.05
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