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THE BEE: OMATTA, MOXDAV, JAXrAHV 27. 1013.
Jeff Says: "Them Turks Is Educated Peoples"
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
Me.e, A LA-NteT lr
l BOCTT KNOW TMt VHVT
TO OURMOTd-AMO X CAN'T
1 Know s psw wok-d, I'm-
TrVf AND MX TMrVY TUR.K.
Cop "me uv Tr thc
HE DON'T GET Me J
SHOW ME THE
vnwtski to the
Boob, can you talk.
WWHAPS NOT AS
WLL A AY NATlue
TO TCLU , TO CONFIDE
ARMY OF WOE GROWS LARGE
More Recruits Enlist Urate r Emblem
of the Double Cross.
BOON OUTNUMBER APPOINTEES
Disappointed Drniiirmln, I'nlllnic In
Jlrcelve Kipccleri Nlnlr John friim
llir (iiilrrlldr, Itetrlsr Their
Opinion-, of Morrhrml.
From a Staff Correspondent.)
I.LNCOIiN, Jan. 2J,-(Bpeclol.) The
tiniiv nt the disappointed, Hying a flair
en t cubed with the emblem of the double
cress, seems to be rectlvlng recruits every
dav and bids fair In tlmn to outnumber
JLhK army of vlctotlous appointees of .the
fc-l It was .Mont Parry qf Hebron,
O" while not disappointed because he
Vt receive an office. In fact he hart
thought In the Interest of the welfare
k.io democratic party, thnt Its ov.
j' should receive some brond hints
K what his attitude was liable to cost
. 'party and In payment fpr his party
i?" lt) was sent to the political scrap
heap prepared by the governor, while
hl lob was given to another patriot who
did not understand the English language
-well enough to talk for publication.
Then came Tom Smith of York, who
wanted to bo n member of the Hoard of
Control nnd was fnvnrably looked upon
by Governor Morphead, Unfortunately
for Tom, however, he was not considered
b) the Bryan democrats as progressive
er.o uch to have a place In the demo
cratle cabinet at this time and he was
sidetracked to the job of oil Inspector, n
position be did not care particularly
about receiving. Mr. Smith can speak
the Kngltstr language very fluently wl(h
n scattering of 'Hibernian whlch sounds
very musical, and In talking to the pews,
papermeh ho told them things about the
switch that did not please .the governor
and while he did not depose Tom" from
the Job of oil Inspector, he deposed the
Job entirely and Tom has been left out
In the cold.
Mnnpln's Labor I irrian riled.
Vhen he switched Mr. Smith to the II
Job he hit another democrat who was
down for the smooth Job, Charles Pool
or Tccumseh. Charlie hud been mlgh'y
accommodating In the campaign for the
primary nomination, and when he fan
that Dick Metcalf was liable to get Mr.
Morehead's scalp he pulled out of ti'i
ra.ee, and as a result Morehead landed.
Tool was sure of nil Inspector, but when
Smith landed In that berth. Pool was out
of It In order to tlx things up satlsfic.
torlly, seemingly, the governor then
hunted Pool over to the Job of labor
commissioner, but In doing no he hit tin
other of tue faithful who supposed he
had a dead game cinch on the, labor job
3Js name l Dill M. Maupln. Hill iiad
turned down an old friend and buln
associate. Mr, Metcalf, to support 4lr.
Morehead, because he believed a demo,
erst should never be dry, and had done
valiant service lir the Morehead cam
paign, even going o far. according to
2Jr, Maupln, as to write all thoo nice
things that Morehead fired at Governor
Aldrlch In his speeches about the latter
being a dpublc-crosser and all that, mil
Is willing to admit now that he got tK
two men mixed.
Then Leo Mathews wuh ii sure wlnnM'
for the position of private secretary, uut
Mother man got the Job. although It was
Understood that I-eo had been promised
the place. However. Mathews was given
assistant clerkship No. 3 In the nous,
and he says that he Is perfectly satisfied
and haa no kick coining and the appoint
rnent of private secretary was perfectly
satisfactory to him. It Is thought ihat
nasmuch ats Senator Jim Ilrady of Albion
la Mathews' brother-in-law, and that Jl:n
has the say who shall be postmaster, tint
Mathews will land the postmastershlp i-.
Albion, which Is his home town. It
known that Senator Brady engineered thu
deal which landed the asslstantshtp ,n
the house for Mathews and It Is believed
that the thing1 Is all fixed, hence the ap
pearance of satisfaction In the case 'f
' of Wrnirr Nrl.
And now comes another mnn to Jo'T
the "back-to-thefatm" ' brigade. It's
name Is Faniucl Andrew ,lnckon Weaver
of Huporlur. Mr. Weaver claims that h
had the promise of special deputy field
game warden nt a salary of JflW per year.
Theie ore two of these positions to gv
out Nearer has lived In Nebraska since
IMS and used to herd cattle with General
Vlfquoln down In Hsllno county. He s.v.'s
tlint he has been personally acquaint 1
with nearly every aovernor the state In
had and has nlwsys been n faithful dem
ocrat and supported the candidates of nlS
pari), lie leein so oauiy uvrr inc .in-
down by the governor that lie sent ths
exoeutUe a long letter yesterday.
New r'oiMlrt Heady.
A bill by Senator Heynnlds of Dawes
county, which Is similar to the Dodge
bill Introduced In the senate last week
regarding the employment of convicts,
will be Introduced In the senate Monday.
This bill goes a llltl" farther than the
Dodge I 1 11. which provides that the con
victs shall receive not less than 75 cent"
per dav nnd that nt least one-third of It
shall bo deposited In the prisoners' fund.
aful calls for n wano for the convicts
nearly equal to that paid for labor of
the same rlnss. It also provides that one
half shall be placed In the prisoners' sav
The bill, while much like the Dodge
bill, hits been examined by the latter and
toth sonotois are working together for
the passage of the one with the best pro
visions of the other added.
Velser to Intercede' for Prince.
John O. Yelser expects to appear befors
the governor Monday and ask for a Htav
of sentence for Prince, the slayer of Dep.
uty Warden Davis, who has been sen
tenced to hang Jtt a couple of montlii.
Mr. Yelser, who Is a member of the Par
don board, will ask for delx,or twelve
months' stay and quotes scrlptuie by
saying. "Let he who Is without sin oust
the fit t stone." Whether this refers t j
the beheading of the oil Inspector's Job
by the governor ns being a sin Is n)t
Issuiiiii'r uf llonUs Permitted.
On an application of the r'armers' Tel.
epitope company of Alexandria for per
mission to Issue bonds In the sum .if
11,300 for the purpose of building a tele
phone central building, the same was
granted by the railway commission.
The Steele City Telephone company na
been given uuthorlty by the railway com-
mission to rulse the rate from it to Jl.CO
on residence 'phones.
The Missouri Pacific will give a lower
rate from Omaha and South Omalin m
fertiliser material to other points, as
follows: Fifty miles and less. 2 cents per
hundred lower; 100 miles and over fifty,
1 cents per hundred lower, and 150 rnlUs
or over 100 miles, 3 cents per hundred
NOTES FROM BLQ0MINGT0N
AND FRANKLIN COUNTY
11I.OOMINOTON, Neb.. Jan, 20.-(8pe-clal.)
A wolf hunt Is to be held In this
rountv tamortow. The round up will
cover an entire township. In a similar
hunt a few weaks ago over a doien
wflves were In the circle at the close of
A series of revival meetings will begn
In the Christian church Sunday morning
under the direction of Chancellor William
jocschger of Cotner university. Arthur
lllltehey will have charge of a chorus
during the first week of the meeting.
A commercial club has been organised
for the purpose of boosting Illoomlugton.
The permanent organlxatlon has been
completed with the following officers
C V. Moffett. president; Charley C.
Brown, vice president; William A. Col,
secretary: S. Y. Hartt. treasuier. Any
person Interested In the welfare of
Bloomtngton may become a member bv
pajlng the 1! membership fee. The an
nual dues have also been placed at 13.
At a recent meeting of the KYanklln
countv board the contract for the man-ag-ment
of the poor form was given to
J. W. Pearson of Hltdreth, Neb.
The report of the county treasurer for
Tfimrm 9 Only Onm
"Bromo Qulnitm 99
Laxative Bromo Quinine
uteo me wohlb evm to oime a eaui in one day.
Alvraja remember tbo full name. Look jC? f7f $
for this signature on ererjr box. S5o,
Self-FRtig Eaergescy Overshoe for Hones.
FrerenU sllpplnc or balllag when tireata or roads are lay
or slippery. SAVES kseplsg yoar horss roaga shod, as tb
shoes can tx put oa or takes OR la Un minutes. SAVES
tlmt and nont. Baeonuaendtd by Human Bocistlis
rorxwhor. Ver Bat by
Alfred Cornish & Co.
1216 Farnam St.
January I shows a balance on hand of
:6,767.08 out of a total Incomo of 1133.218.W
for the last six months of the year 191!.
This Includes the amount on hand from
July 1, 1912.
Woodmen's Hall at
UtVINOTON, Neb.. Jun -(Special
Telegram.) At shortly after 4 o'clock
this aftcrnoti the Woodmen's hall here
caught ntlro In sumo unknown way nnd
burned to the gtound. It was a two-
story frame structure mid belonged to
Frank Hlbhard nnd was valued at $2,5(0 i
The lower floor was used as a dance hall
while the upper one served ns an as
sembly loom for the lodge. Practically
nothing outside of a couple of chairs
were saved. All the records of the or
ganlxatlon were burned up, A dance wan
held In the building last nlgbt.
GAGGE COUNTY FARMERS
ENGAGE CROP EXPERT
IIOATItK i:. Neb.. Jon. 2tt--(.special. )-
Tho Gage County Crop Improvement
association yesterday engaged Otto Meti
er as crop expert for Oage county for '
the season of 1913 ut a salary of 12.000,
one halt of which Is furnished by tho J
local nssoclallon and tho other half by ,
the Department of Agiloultuic. The ex- j
perl's duties will bo to Instruct the i
farmers as to tho best methods of raising I
Airs. Maigaret Wonder, for nearly fifty
years u resident' of Dlue Springs, died
nt her home there yesterday, aged
years. She was the widow of the Inte
William Wonder, who was for many
years an Kvangellcal minister of that
'Km 1 1 Krebs and Miss Klla ICngleman of
the, Dlllen vicinity were married nt the
bride's home, llev. J, flchmalt, officiat
ing. MAN'S TEETH DRIVEN INTO
PLANK BYJKICK OF HORSE
SCIIl'YLKlt. Neb.. Jan. 2ij.-(Speclal.j-Frod
Koehler of this city, watr painfully
Injured while cleaning a horse here to
day. Mr. Koehler was stooping near a
short partition when the horse suddenly
gavo a vicious kick, dilvlng a portion of
the partition Itno Koehler's face. The
young man lost several teeth und has a
badly dlsflguied fare as a result. The
Impact of tho blow was no severe teeth
were found driven Into the plank after
tho accident. '
DEATH REC0R0 , v
TKCUMSKII. Neb.. Jan. 2J.-(SpeclaU-Jomes
Webb, nti early settler of John
son county, died at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Alonio Taylor, nt Elk
Creek, at 10:15 o'clock last night, , lie
had been falling 'n hialtli for sceral
mouths. Juntos Webb was born In Eng
land clght)ouc years ago and came to
this country when 19 years of ugc. He
located In Wisconsin and was married to
Mils Elliu Horn at Waukeshaw In 1KB.
Tho wife died three years Hgo and five
children survive. All were with thelt
father when he pained away. Mr. Webb
located on a homstrnd In this county
In ISja Ho had been living In Teoumaeh
for several years, up to a very recent
time. Mr. Webb wna a veteran of the
I A n ii n Klone,
VOrtK. Neb., Jan. 26.-(Speclal.)-At 10
o'clock yesterday morning at the tesl
dencc of her son Herman, six miles ajutli
of this city. Mrs. Anna Klone died, aged
92 years, Sho had lived In York county
.Nct Notes or KUanr.
KDOAn. Neb., Jan. X-(Spcclal.)-Mrs.
A. Harding, a former resident of Edgar,
the widow of A. Harding, on old soldier,
who died about twenty-five years ago.
died ut Chester, January 28. Mrs. Hard
line was In her Will veur nn.l fnr Ilia
last two years had resided with her
daughter at Chester. The funeral was
held at the Methodist Eplsco'pal church,
under the auspices of the Woman's Re
lief corps, of which the deceased was
an honored member.
The run of winter weuther since Jan
uary 5. has made very fine, thick Ice
and the lea men have been harvesting
It for tho last ten days. The harvest
ing of Ice Is now finished with an un
usually large stock In storage.
Horn, January 23, to Mr, and Mrs. 11.
8. Ulttenger twin daugtor. Mr. mtten
ger Is a deal In windmills, pumps and
all kinds of well machlneiy, and dur
ing ceven years of wedded bliss has beun
blessed, with seven children, two pairs
of twins, seemingly as robust and vigor
ous as the others, prominent In the list
Nevcii Wolves Killed.
H-AIHUUrtY, Neb.. Jan. K.-(ipeclaU-A
big "wolf round up" took place In
the western part of this county yester
day, and 000 farmers armed with shot
guns succeeded in bringing eleven large
prairie wolves tnto the circle. The round
up otivered six square miles in the vicin
ity of Gladstone. Kour of the wolves
eseaed through the side Hues and reven
were killed, l'lve of theoe were sold
at public auction and brought 111. Two
f IF YOU TjeSlR. SONVfe
INFORMATION fN R.S&AR.D !
To THE C1T Imal Ttn l
, . i i i
1 I Xr k B- I I I
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HEROIC RESCUES AT
PAXTON HOTEL FIRE
EARLY IN MORNING
(Continued from Pace One.)
Mrs. Garrett called to hint that tho hotel
was on (ire. Woods turned in the alram.
When the firemen came with ladders
Mr. and Mrs Garrett were In a more ad
vanced state of preparation fur their
rescue than most of the other guests.
They sought shelter In the hotel lobby.
There wore 1SS guests In the hotel when
tho fire broke out, and nearly two score
employes. At least half were quartered
In the' Murray building. Thoso who foiled
to waken at the sound of the hotel alarm
were roused by hotel employes. Espe
cially active in tho work of rousing the
PHtrons were Proprietor Kitchen, his son,
I Dick, and bell boys Jlmmle Murphy.
Ktank Woolsey and Jerome Daly. Latter
In tho day u committee of traveling men
made up a purse of 130 and piesented It
to tho hoys. This committee was com
I posed of the following- George J.
Sternodorff, H. E. Nagcl, C. C. Johnson,
C S. Dempster, P. it. Manning. J. C.
Lewis, V. It. Ulatun, Bert Strowbrldge.
Joseph Marshall. It. II. Hastaln, II.
Silverman, II. C. Harding and Dick
The committee also voiced their ap
preciation for the efforts of the firemen,
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you can quickly
down them with Electric Hitters. 00c.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Into Your House
You must drink beer not only
made pure, but kept pure.
Purity exceeds all other costs in
our brewery. We even filter the air in which
Schlitz is cooled. We scald every tub, keg and
barrel, every pipe and pump, every time we use it.
Then, instead of putting pure beer in light glass
bottles we use Brown Bottles.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives
the best protection against light. The Brown Bottle pro
tects Schlitz purity from the brewery to your glass.
We began in a hut, sixty years ago. Today our agencies
dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million barrels a year.
More and more people each year are drinking Schlitz. ,
Why don't you, too, drink only pure beer Schlitz in
See that crown or cork
is branded '"ScMtz."
Phones: Doug. i7t Inri. A !22
Heblttx Dollied Beer Depot
723 B. 9th Hlreet, Omaha, Nebr.
Uy. Clerbrr, 101 8. Maiu bt.
That Made Milwaukee Famous.
iMMMMMi into i our nouse m
aMMj made pure, but kept pure. M
MONEY TO LOAN
Mercantile Trust Co.,
Saint Louis, Mo.
Wo invite applications
for loans on choice
business property in
OMAHA. Ncav building
projects financed where tho
fee elmplo title to the ground
la Included. Correspondence
Caplal and Surplus
DON'T KNOW THEY
Many Omaha people who have chronic
appendicitis, which Is not very painful,
have doctored for years for gas on tho
stomach, sour stomach or constipation.
The Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Cor.
16th and Dodge, and the Owl Drug' Co.,
16th and Harney, states if these people
will try simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc.. as compounded In Adler-l-ka, thn
German appendicitis remedy, they will
be surprised at the QUICK benefit. A
SINGLE DOSK relieves these troubles
Gray Hair Sign
of Age. Easy Way
to Restore Color
A harmless remedy, made from com
mon goraen sage. quicKiy restores gray
hair to natural color. The care of thp''
hair to prevent it from losing Its color
and lustre, Is Just ns important an to
caro for the teeth Jo keep them from
discoloring. Why spend monev for cos
metic and crcair.Ti to Improve the com
plexion, and yet neglect your hair, when
gray hair Is even more conspicuous and
suggestive of age than wrinkles or a
poor complexion? Of the two It Is easier
to preserve tho natural color and beauty
of tho hair than It Is to. have a good
All that is necessary la tho occaalonul
use of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Itemed), a preparation of common gar
den Sage and Sulphur, combined with
other valuable remedies for dry, harsh,
faded hair, dandruff, Itching scalp and
falling hair. After a few applications of
this simple, harmless remedy, your hair
will gradually be restored to its natural
color, in a short time tho dandruff will
be removed, and your hair will mo longer
come out, but will start toi grow as Na
ture Intended It should.
Don't neglect your hair, for It gos.
further than anything else to ar.uke or
mar your good looka. You can buy this
remedy at any drug, store for fifty cents
a bottle, and your druggist will give
your money back If you are not satis
fied after using. Purchase a bottle to
day. You will never regret it when you
realize the difference it will make In
your appearance. Advertisement.
Good health demand at least one move
ment of the bowels each day. Just one
Ayer's Pill at bedtime. Sols for 60 years.
Ask Your Doctor,
V J. 0. Arr Oo..
tges of The Bee
are scanned daily by thou
sands of people.
Try a Bee Waal Ad.
am ry km K.vrs.
, Slat Evsry Say, 2:16. Every Klgbt, BUS
, this wkek JOSKni Jt:ri''nnt;o:4 with
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I tint r.istli'i IO nIkt Cluilque, Tl MuilWd-
lilrlr. Ciolittmlth & lloppe, Harry llreen, Frank
;J Truman Hire, lalntn 1 Orandall, rathe'n
LVrtk.' Ittvlrw meet. Mat . Uallrr)' 10c, bast
25c, eitept p.lurdar and Sunday. Sight,
10. lie Me '':
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MONDAY EVKNINCJ, JAN. 27th
Tickets, 60o. Cliltdrsn, 3Se.
, ADELINE GEN EE
llnllcf; nnd Symphony Orchestra
' Stost elaborate anu bsantLal dancing
production avsr offsrad.
1 Dirsct from ths WstropolHan Optra
Bouia, Mow York.
AUDITORIUM, KVK. .TAN. aoth
It1cbii. 51.00, $1.50. 9iJiO.
Tickets at Auditorium box offlos.
The Largest and Finest Steamsr to
Hound Trip, tW up. lat claaa tactual?.".
Ornlava adJItHnat ueainar p-f, A
l.tkrii lntrchaarablt wlih Quthaa S.S.Ca.
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
SANDKKSON SON Gen. Agta.. It
So, iJtSalle fit.. Ch:cago, or any
lotal Mteamahlp ticket agent.
othtra were y 'smuggled nay from the