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Tim JJKK: OMAHA, HATUtDAY, ,JA."! AliY In, JU13
Silk Hat Harry's Divorce Suit--Some Oold-the Judge Thought
Copyright. 1312. National News Ass'n.
Drawn for The Bee by Tad
, MiAAOicer ' ( HA-HA HA M S
feiT vV Br
RAIL COMMISSION ADVISES
Members Report Needed Laws to the
IWOULD ACT ON ALL SCHEDULES
Decision "Snrt PendlnK in United
Slates Supreme Court In Jtllnnc
aotn. Jlate Case that Will Hnre
Wide Kffect on Situation.
(FYom a Staff Correspondent.)
MNCOLN. Jan. 17.-(Spoclal.)-Th
railway commission has filed a special
roport with Governor Morchcad, In -which
it make recommendations to tho legls
lature. The report Rives a d I gent of the opera
Hon of aeveral laws passed at Uie 1911
session, among them tho stock yards law,
tho law regulating the construction of
caboose enrs, construction of stock sheds
on railroad right- of-way, tho construc
tion of hoe sheds' at all shipping yards,
the building of railroad bridges and pre
scribing the waterway dimensions,
amendment to the Harming demurrage act
by giving the railway commission author
ity to net upon complaint and the law
providing for tho direct appeal of com
plaints from the commission to tho Mali
The latter law, according to the report
lias been Invoked In but two Inseancei,
but this has been sufficient to show Us
merit and to set It out as an Important
nUp toward tho more cxpedltous settle
ment of complaints.
The law giving th ccommlrslon author
ity to regulato Irrigation fates Is touched
upon but tncagerly. Recommendations
mado concerning needed legislation are
"Provision that Jill money earned by
the commlsslone ' Should be turned over
for uso by the commission In addition in
"An amendment to Include all' common
carriers under the jurisdiction of tho com-
4 mission lu tho statistical report to bo
jj& made to the governor,'
2 "Elimination or an Item requiring a
ff statement in tho annuul report of the
average amount of tonnage that can bo
carried over each road in the stato wjth
an eine of given power.
? "Amendment to 'provide for thu answer
rjt In 'writing op, satisfaction of a complaint
Jj as to rates before assigning thu rate for
GE bearing thereon.
t? "Extension of time for filing reports
by common carriers for the year ending
Juno 30. front August 1 to September 1;
such reports to specifically include and
call for detailed information applicable
to oxprcss companies, tclegraph( tclo
phono, street railway and sloeplng car
companies; elimination of certain Im
practicable and useless Items called for
in such reports, and tho substitution of
others whoso value has been demonstrated.
'extension of commission's power to
Includo the awarding of reparation In
cases where rates are found to be ex
cessive or discriminatory.
'To provido that certain exceptions
may be under tho antl-dlscrimlnatory
statuto In favor of other classes of traffic
than freight, provided tho legislature
hall consider the exceptions desirable.
Cnmiitlsalnn to Anprovr Jlnten.
'To provido that no now rates schedule
or classification may bo made effective
until approved by tho commission.
"To provido for tho punishment of
shippers and railway officials and em
ployes guilty of. falsa billing of freight.
"Correction of 'a 'Joker'. Injected Into ,ths
anti-pass law by tho-legislature of 1909,
whereby it. Is in ndc necessary for , the
stato to provo tho use, bs well as tho
acceptation "of a pass In order to secure
convlctl6n. '. '
"Tho enactment of a law providing for
track connections to other Industries be
sides grain elevators on practically tho
same terms as nro now enjoyed by grain
"Provision for taxing costs In cases
arising beforo tho commission wherein It
becomes necessary to subpoena witnesses
and disposing of funds accumulating
Itite Case IViiellnnr.
With regard to tho rate cases now in
federal courts affecting the .validity of
tho maximum pr,ssenger rate taw, and
tho. commodity freight rate law passed
b ytho 1907 legislature, tho commission
says: ' Dlclsloim ar? due at any time and
might seemingly be handad down In tho
near future. Tho state Is losing nothing
by tho delay, all tho benefits of both
laws hnvlng been secured to the people
pending tho litigation, by tho prompt
notion of tho attorney goncral who act
ing for the commission enjoined tho rail
roads from disobeying theso laws.
The. commission estimates tho saving
to the public thiough the operation of
these two enactments up to tho present
tlmo nt 115,000,000,000. Tho report says the
carriers havo not' been losers for the In
creased business on account of reduced
rates has largely offset the reduction.
Tho Minnesota rate cases in which No-
Princeton Star for Chance
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OTHER Pf?r OF HIS, HEMflHCr
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picklb off tiig mee luaicm
The VSLPC& OUT
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MYP.UHTBIR. I'll HAVE" YOU
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POT THE BEE ;AJ
Bonnet.1 i j
braska is Interested aro still pending In
tho United Htates supremo court on ap
peal from the decision, of Judgo W. II.
Panborni These cases wcro submitted
of brief in which a number of western
states, including Nebraska, had a part
Tho roport, says:
'Tholfeanborn decision Is su. opposite
to the held by tho statps and com
missions us, to their rnto making and
regulatory powers, that the possibility of
Its confirmation is viewed with alarm?
Nebraska Is directly Interested becauso
the underlying pniclplea of commission
control are at stake and an adverse
dtclalon by tho supremo court would
render futllo much other work accom
plished In the last six years In tho regula
tion of common carriers."
Johnson Agrees to
Fight Palzer in Paris
NEW YOltK. Jan, 17.-Iack Johnson
agreod to fight AI Palrcr In Tarls fol- the
world's champlonsTiIp" pn the night -if
Juno H5, the ove of the Grand Prix racci.
Tom O'ltourke, TaUer'a manager, atv
npitnced the receipt of a telegram from
Johnson In Chicago accepting tho term
offored by It. I.lppo In Paris arranging
tho match. The terms give the winner
CO per cent of thn gate receipt, with
guarantee of 30,000. Johnson's telegram
"Termssatisfactory. We will make ar
rangements when 1 see you In regard to
pictures and transportation. Wire O. IC.
JUDGE MAY GIVE HIM CHANCE
L. J. Daly Pleads Guilty to a Charge
of Grand Larceny.
STANDS AT MERCY OF COURT
Snjs He Took llox of (ih miiirtrrn
While tinder the Influence of
.Morphine Mutton Mny
SCHOOL OF ACTING TO GIVE
PERFORMANCE AT BRANDEIS
The class of ISIS of the Ilrandels and
Boyd Bchool of Acting will be presented
by Miss Pitch at the Ilrandels theater
Hnturday afternoon and evening In two
short plays. "The Wife." by Pelasco and
DeMllle. and "At Tuxedo." At the mat-
Ineo Miss Violet Manning will play tho
role of Helen Truman, In "The Wire."
and In the evening Miss Maude McArdte
will have tho part. A number of very well
known young people who are studying
with Miss Fitch will be In tho cast.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the rtoad to
Wrecked by morphine, lcslle J. Daly,
once a director of School District No. SS,
Douglan county, appeared befoto Judge
Sutton in tho criminal division of tho dis
trict court and pleaded guilty to n chargo
of grand larceny. He threw himself upon
the mercy of tho court and In earnest
tones his attorney, Harry O. Palmer,
pleaded for another chance for him. He
probably will be paroled. Judge Button
took his case unl-5r advisement.
Four yearn ago Daly was a prominent
man In school district No. IS. Having
a wife, and several children, he was
deeply Interested in educational matters.
He mado a campaign for n new school,
wnn elected a school director and accom
plished his laudable purpose.
Shortly after the building of the school
house Daly's father, piomincnt In South
Omaha as a live stock dealer, died. Ono
sou succeeded his father in tho live stock
business, whtto Leslie continued on the
farm. All went well until Lesllo Daly
consulted a socialist who claimed to be
able to cure asthma. This physician pi in
scribed a remedy containing morphine.
Daly found relief, but In so doing he con
tracted tho morphine habit. Prom an
honest, industrious husband and father
he gradually turned to an Indolent and
Returns tn Omnlin.
A fow weeks ago Daly decided to move
to St. T.ouls. Ha established his family
there and returned to Omaha for sotrn
household goods. An expressman was to
have delivered tho goods to the North
western railroad freight depot. When
Dnlv callrd thnre the goods had not
arrived. He picked up and carried awny
a box of ohmmeters that lay on the
platform. Later he sold the ohmmetars
and his nrrest resulted.
Daly told Judge Button ho was under
the influence of morphlno when he took
the ohmmeters and disposed of them anJ
ho knew nothing of his actions except
what was told him ofterwnrd. Officials
of tho Northwestern road snld they bo
Uved his Btory and had no dcslro that
ho be prosecuted. County Attorney Gcorgs
A. Maguey said he did not caro to press
the caso against Daly.
"Whllo wo think ho should be pun
ished," said Mr. Palmer In closing his
remarks to Judgo Sutton, "we think a
Jail sentence,, would be sufficient, ond for
his own sukc and that of his family wo
hope ho may escape the stigma of a
Such Is the law of grand larceny that
If sentenced at all Daly must bu sen
tenced to tho penitentiary; the court can
not Impose u Jail sentence, but ho can
Auto Bandit Makes
Confession, but Will
Not Name His Pals
CHICAGO. Jnn. 1". Jnmcs A. Perry,
confosscd leader of tho band of automo
bile. bandltH who havo committed a score
of daring robberies Jn tho last sixty days,
firmly refused today to reveal tho iden
tity of his associates.
"Thcro weru four of us, hut 1 11 never
tell the names of 'my pals," said Perry,
"I have told nil I nm going to about
Terry slept soundly after making a
confession of his career to Polico Cap
tain Ijivln and State's Attorney Hoyne
Mrs. Pearl Uathjen, wlio lives In the
apartment building where Perry was ar
rested, told the "polled today that he was
working as a switchman In Cedar Rap
Ids, la., when sho met him three years
"I had no Idea ho wus robbing people,"
she snld. "1 thought ho was working
nights in some respectable business."
Admission of Perry that It was ho who
fired the shots nt Policeman Fred
Stlcken, who was wounded by auto ban
dits at Wust Monroe street and Fifth
avenue, led to a puxzllng situation. In
asmuch as Stlcken already had Identified
Albert Charcst and James Mitchell as
the robbers who shot him from tho au
tomobile. Mitchell nnd Charest have
boeu booked on a charge of assault to
murder the policeman, but both deny
Walter Scott, SO years old, arrested with
Perry, refused to talk with tho police.
NOTED AMERICAN RACE
HORSE SENT TO RUSSIA
NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Another of ths
most noted American race horses is to
ho shipped to Kurope. Burke, 2:03U, tno
fastest trotting stallion In training last
year, and next to Tho Harvester, 2:01, and
Cresccus, 2:024. the fastest stallion In the
world, will, be shipped to St. Petersburg
on the steamship Mlnnctonka tomorrow.
It Is reported that tho horso will go into
the stable of George Bakhmetieff, Rus
sian ambassador to tho United States
It Is said that the owner, J. Howard Ford
of this city, demanded 150,000 for tho stallion.
THOMAS' J- D0LAN, OLD
TIME CATCHER IS DEAD
ST. LOUIS, Jan. li. Thomas J. Dolnn.
catcher for the old St. Louis Drowns
when that organization under Chris Von
Der Alio won the pennant four times,
died at his homo here yesterday. II
death wus duo to a complication of dis
eases. Dolnn was &4 years old.
A Kortunntr Tcxiin.
K. V. Coodloe. Dallas. Tc., found n
sure relief for malaria and blllousncsH In
Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. Only 2Sc. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
for Blood Poison
Wonderful Results Now Being Accom
plished by a Herbal Extract from
the Swift Laboratory in Atlanta.
"Tol" Pendleton, All-American foot ball I would ever become a "pro." Now he
halfback and captain of the Prlneet n ' av changed his mind, owing
eleven tost fall, who is said to have glvon
Manager Frank Chance of tho New Yor
Tanktes his definite promise to Join that
team in the spring, i'endleton. who '.
faster than Ty Cobb on bases, lias 7s
ceivtd many flatlerltig offers from pro
fess'.onal base ball inanagers, but ho hat
always -stated that he did not think bethe eastern colleges.
to the presence on the New York team
or his old college chum. Charlie Httrret'.
and becaus a Job on the Highlanders,
under the progressive Prank Chane.
holds out fine opportunities for a big
alar)'. In college Pendleton his been as
good at base ball as foot bal'.. He Is re
garded as one of the best prospects In
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