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TTTR BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY
OUDntjO ill bill nUul 11 ftli
Little Ones Not the Least Afraid of
Gruff Commissioner Council.
THOUGH IN PAIN, THEY SMILE
(. ontnnlon Cases Kept In .Srnled
lomrinrtiiieiit l'ntlenlB Are In
llrttrr Spirit Tlinn Pe
Ufa tli i omlMloner K. W. Connell, who
las been known to flpht nnd use strong
nguagr to crlalti men. dotsn't trls
. leicn little shavers nt the 'ty emer
ge I ospltal a a ver ea-igeroua man.
Sure I k I.uji thenl "bnneoed," but thor
m n j t'i mind.
ctirda afterrwon ttt- health "ommls-
R .'Htr BMOWlllg the Irfl'pltal to n
,.-,'.!("' who wm Hf. wrapped up In dls
r'f ted wlltc robe., nnd for the first
t mo te guest observed thnt a lot of
,o,so Rireted the Kniff commissioner's
,'srnt into caiii ward,
tti unr of theso wards five little tuts
sit, ! up In bed h 1)1. Cornell entered
aid in i black-eyed girt. '6 or (5 yenrs.old,
ailed out cheerfully:
V I rar-ulil boy whom face was drawn
With l a I , with a white circle nroiiud
( llpht'y pressed Hps, attempted to
l.sc, despite the " prutMtttlons of the
i.Jtse When he couldn't mako It he fell
l'ii' on the pillow und In a weak voice
kmc ted tho litaltli commissioner.
''oniiell asked the youngster how he
Jc'l and, the boy declared he nevor was
1'itter In Mi life. He wns suffering with
Any of the yhfiilrwii hoineslvli?" Con
l ell asked h nurse.'
Oh .Mamie cried a little last nlBht."
was jhe reply. "Hut she was feeling
rathe badly. She was worse last nlKht,
'- t she Is better today."
Ill Mustache- Pulled.
diiiu il nmoe a "bee line ' for the,
otpeslrk child's ward, but unavoidably
uaii delayed when ho rum Upon a IS
months-old bubo In tho arms if a nurse.
The child was wan and. listless, but when
tl u commissioner bcKan to fuss around
with .t tho babe rer.clfed ilp In a pitiful
iittempt at play and pulled the doctor'
Everywhere Connell wout his coming
waa heralded with Joy. The, children who
were not too 111 to play appeared to ha
lavliik a vacation. Those who suffered
iniN-h made sorrowful attempts to look I
hcc rul, nnd while they had no objoc-
tion to the doctor's examining tholr
thrbats. they Invnrlably attempted t
ontce him they were feellnc fine.
Much better" mm ..i.i
Much better, one. Ilttlo fellow said.
Shea Bone home, the last In antwtr to I
t onnell's question as to what had be-1
come or his sister, who had been n the
m ward. Connell called the names of
ah the boy's family and there were ten
Although seventeen cases of contagious
diseases-Including measles, whooplnir
cough, scarlet fe.cr, chlckeirpot cryslpe-laa-were
confined In the hospital, all
Isolated by germ proof apartments, there
was po gloom, there, Tho rooms were
bright and clean and tho lnmotes more
chcnful thartithclr fellow beings who
kurrled pm .outside the hospital.
"NeiVcr Trenlnl Hrttrr."
A verj' eer,loua case of erysipelas M-av
in one or the Wards, ,iln was a, man or In case the appointment or K. K. Clark
probably ft yearyof age. Hesnld h. at Jowa Is mt conflrmeiV by, .thct.scjmto
had oomeio Omdhtt TWin out fit the state, o' aineinber of the Interstate comtneree
had become 111 and had had no place to commission, Iowa agricultural Interests
bo In deaporntlon ,Ji Appealed' to tho I will usk I'reslilent V09drpw Wlispn to
ilty health department. He Is paying SIC 'appoint A. rtykes, president of the CorM
u, week for. the-euro he -receives- una de- iUcltfMeat ITodticet-H o( Tqwu to tllo po
dares It.lsmoth It. . . isltlou. The Clinton Count)1 aFrnlers Jn-
W'hh nover treated better In my life. ' fatltute and the Ilentou County Corn Holt
he said. Nurses dp everything they can h.Mcat Producers' association have already
for me. food la fine and the room ' Is .
well lighted nnd airy. I'm getting on
better, thftn I evor expected to In a, con
It waa ao with all the other Inmates.
Kvcn ronte of the very little ohlldtVu
said they didn't want to go home, one
of them cried when he was discharged.
No wonder the poo,r little devils want
to stay here." aald Dr. Connell. "That
utile boy lived with a. family of six In
two rooms. The mother la u seamstreas.
alu nald she couldn't afford to be iuav
actllied, so we took the child and brought
This boy became III with acatVjt fever
In a rooming house where twenty-(lv
people lived. Instead of quarantining
them we proceeded to disinfect the house
front roof to cellar and bore Is yotir p
tlent nbout well artor three wcks' con
finement here, lie's about through peel-
iik off and will then bo dtiqlnuyed
XtJlZ?- roQmcrs n 1 at ll0Ua'1
It la not however, one. round of pleas
ure lor too nurses at this hospital. Cumb j
one aa u patient wjth erysipelus. The
nrst nisht he raved. Four nurse utterly
failed to kip him lit bed. A call for
uid was sent to the police station und
officers helped hold the. man down A
few 5ars ago he was discharged, cured
One hoy was taken to the hospital
Tuesday afternoon, one uf the worst
ases of diphtheria the health eomiuls-alone.-
h treated. He could brenthe only
when hla head w thrown far back. The
nurses predicted he would live forty-eight
hours at the most.
Severe Diphtheria Case.
Now. an ordinary administration of the
diphtheria antl-toxln used by physleiups
U from 3.O0Q to 4.000 units. In this cas
Dr Connell used 20.000 and six hours UUr
Injectcd U.OM more. Yesterday tho boy
aw hia throat no longer hurt hint and
1 a urn at ..Uxw ...U tf u.lll
i" d"-nB .'"y SI' Utt
,,, uiiucii. uiai in rer
the enfeebled system readily
accepts any disease Nature's
resistant force is depleted
and Scott's Emulsion is
nttdtd. Its highly cdncen
trated nourishment is im
mediately distributed to every
With Scott's Emvlsion
nature repairs waste, con
structs healthy tissue and
active, life-sustaining blood.
fhthimg mftute Scatt't tnmUon
Scott & Bovvt Koom6cld,N J 1M1
cr. - ..d ! mnn- nultli. Thatth.oi-
I put Into p'Rc-tlce HiveM this bo's life
i There's HO rtOllIlt df It."
To kurii again! patients booming In
frited with other disc, m. Connell
haa constructed iwnlrrl rnmtmrt meiits In
which different dleeei nr kept The-e j
I In a separate entrance to each. Kadi if
' kept Isolated even to the least rtece of
rlolhlng or unimportant dish
IN THROES OF FIGHT
OYER THEIR SCHOOLS
(Continued from J'aRe One.)
tlun Is attriiellitB 11 Brent deal of nltcn
thin, and the farmers In the legislature
r- beriimltiB rnseiitful of the Interference
with plans for more effeetlve road work.
Innrrnl tif !rnnor (Intra.
The funeral of the late Henator Charles
(Jnti of Hutler oount. will take placo
Slonday at his home In Oreone. A com
mittee of tho leKltliiture will nttend tho
funeral. Sir. dates was a prosperous
merchant of the town and a native, of
Iowa. He had novel" been conspicuous
In lcBlatallon, us he was a quiet man and
during most of his term he had been
In III health, but he was much "respected
nnd wuh regardeiL as a man of deep con
victions nnd hlBh purposes. H Is prob
able lher will bo ft special election called
to fill the vacancy and It will be held
iroiirliitliin .Must ll Iteducrd.
Members of tho appropriations com
mittees of tho legislature realize that the
biggest Job before tho assembly Is to
get tho appropriations down to the basis
I of posslbla revenue and to Hatlsfy fairly
'all Interests demanding more money.
(There Is about .1,000,0)0 that can be
used and several rnlllluns ore neudeil.
Kor the Institutions under the Board of
Control nnd Btate Hoard of Education,
abput 18.000,000 Is desired. Tho ways and
means committee of tfie legislature will
undertake In various ways to Inorrnse
the revenues of the state, but unless n
state tax commission l provided, they
will not bo able to accomplish much.
Mmiy Trenteil for Hnliles.
Tho state otjowa Is maintaining Rt
tow City In cbnnectlon with the unlycra
Ity bacteriological department an Institu
tion for Igvlng the Pasteur treatment to
persons supposed to he In danger of
rabies, and at the present tlme'thers Is
being treated from this Institution a
number of persons, IncludlnB five chll-
drcn. The children are:
Hobert Ureathouse, 1'nrmlnKton, la.,
aged lis years.
C3odle UwlnK. Keokuk, la., nied years.
w""" Cattln. Clarlnda. la., years.
ArnoU, ,5,,,, clarlnda. la.
John Schneider, Keokuk, la.
Wnulit study Awrluulturnl t'rcdlln.
The southern congress which proposes
to visit Uurope nnd study, the rural
credits system there has asked Governor
Oeorgp W. Clark to recommend to the
legislature the appointment of two Iowa
delegates to make the trip. It will bo
necessary for tho legislature to pass n
bill making provision for this.
President Tart In hln last message to
congress recommended the trip thnt Is
to be made. Governor H. V. Carroll In
'his last mesagn to the Iowa legislature
UKgeted that II would be a good plan
to have Iowa represented on the Junket,
limit Hit 11 Candidate.
Indlrsed Mr. fiykca for tho position, und
It Is probable tluit other farmers' organ
izations over the state will (ago his nl-,
FAIRBURY MAN DIES ON
TRAIN NEAR KANSAS CITY
KAUinrnV. Neb.. Fb. S.-(8peclal.)
A telegram wai received by relatives of
Mart MoP1htoii in this city that he had
pasted awuy aboard a Hock Island train
near Kansas City Saturday. Mcl'herron
hud been taking treatment for rheuma
tism at Hot Sprlnga. Ark., and waa In a
precarious condition. Deciding that the
treatment was of no avail, he hud start id
home, peceased was born and ralsoi
In this county and was tl years of a9.
He was married In 1SS8 to Mujs Ada I'p
teraon of this city, who still survlvoa
him. The body will bo burled at IJncoln
1 SEIDHOFF IS CLEANED
j OF BLAME IN ACCIDENT
cnWTB, Neb.. Feb. i -(Special )-A
coroner's Jury In tho cuho of Mrs, X
Hemls. who was killed by an automo
bile, driven by Clements Seldhoff. found
J the death an nocldent. It I likely the
I case will be settled by payment of dam
ages to the family. Seldhoff has been
proilrateiV. nervously since the accident.
Custer Con nt y Notes.
HUOKKN HOW. Neb.. Feb. 2.-(8po
elal.) At the last meeting of the Hoard
lot County, Supervisors, an order was Is-
I sued for the purchase or u sewerago ills
posal system. The old cesa pool at the
eourt house has caused some annoyance
and Home action In the matter became
The Commercial club of this city la
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) tt 1 itn 1 iiivviihmi ivaaavaa an nre a-tssvi , i it
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Lmeheon. followed by a smoker.
- Is heretofore been the custom, the club
will serve an elaborate course banoOet
1 which will start to 6 o'clock
; The city council has turned down all
1 bids submitted to It for the re-building
jot the water plant at this place and will
( pursue a new system for soliciting bids
; llt Juil. lJinpty '1,'lirer Month.
1 KltAUNKY. Neb..,Kb. S.-(ShHlal.)
i Hialdrnta cf Ke riiry. a-oordlng to tha re.
i port ot lo4lc Judge C. Itellly. have it
I formed, only one case having been re
i ported In the police court In the laat three
' months. December and January paised
t without a single "boarder" being looked
: up In the city Jail ut- without the arrest
1 or fine of a person In the court.
Ileal tJouuli Medlc-- lor Children,
"I am very glad to auy a few worda
In pralvt uf Chamberlain's Cough Item
ed)'." wrltea Mrs. Llda Dewey, Mlliyau.
kte. W'la. ' Ihavc used It for year both
for my children and myself and It never
falls to relieve and cure a cough or
cold. No family with children tdiould
be without It aa tt glrea almost Immedi
ate relief In caaea of coup." Chamber
lain's Cough Itemedy la pleutunt and safe
when a medicine Is given to young chll
I dun l''or (ale by all druggtata.-Advar-
nnonin rrn mt u nnMomirjnP
BUOdlD 1U MILIV UUnoUlUDnO
, . . i tr -n i
Advises, Housewives to Keep Posted
on the Bacteria Content.
WHAT CAUSES CONTAMINATION
Hii" Milk Miir ( ontnln (1,000,11011 nr
.More Ilnrtrrln nnil llrmnln
Sirrrl, AHIioiikIi Then .Vht
I'lt for food.
Claude V. ltossle, city dairy Inspector,
has written Health Commissioner n. W
Connell a letter to iccotnrmny the In
spector' icport for January. In which is
urged that consumers of milk keep on
file In their homes the report of tile In
spector so that comparisons can be made
nnd tho Iwicterlo content of the milk
known to housekeepers. In his letter
Hossle explains the causes of con
tamination of milk.
I-ack of cleanliness, dirty tiottles, Im
proper storage, lack of IcIpb In trans
portation; diseased udders; aged mllki
these. he says are the causes of mill:
"Milk may contain &,000,0 bacteria per
cubic centimeter and still remain sweet."
rays Hosslr. "At the same time It Is not
fit for food, unless lised for cooklnc
Milk containing less than B0,0W Iwcterla.
kept at a temperature of nor over forty
degrees Fahrenheit will remain sweet nnd
wh,ocsomo Indefinitely. Illafh temperatuto
milk containing very few bacteria will
soon sour, and be unfit for food, as
bacterid mutlply rapidly when tempera
ture Increases. For example. not many
years ago, nothing hut condensed mti
or cream waa used on steamboat and
ticenn liners as milk nnd cream soured
too soon. In recent years science has
given us 11 method of keeping milk awc;t
namely clean milk and low tempera
ture for same. All oean liners now carry
milk nnd cream In tlis way and It ru
malusiwcet for weeks.
Do not let milk stand In Ice box un
covered; after removing part of contents
f bottle, fo not pour any back In samu
Killed at Wray
M'OOOK, Neb,. Fob. 2.-Spoclut Tele
gram.) Engineer Alnsworth Monks was
killed at "Vrny, Colo., at an early hour
this morning. There was some trouble
with the coupler on tho baggage car and
tho engine was disconnected from tho
train to correct the trouble. In some man
ner the engine started and caught Mr,
Monks between tho engine and baggage
cur, crushing his chest und killing him
Instantly. The body was brought to his
home In McC'ook on the name train he
wns pulling. No, 2,
STANDISH HEARD FROM
DVIU'lUI'.tl, flUU.i JHII. dli IU 1MB ?u- I
nor or Tlio ueo: in todays uee we ran
across an article stating that a young
farmer of this community, who Is snld
to bo well-to-do, or to be exact, "very
well-to-do," but of a timid nature, has
assumed tho role uf "Miles Standlsh,"
and entered Into an agreement with A.
Alexander Itexac whereby the tatter Is
supposed to find tho former u helpmate
of a homelovlng disposition, etc, A
rather unique proposition for a real es
tate man. This Is taken by some as a
hugs Joke, wlhle others accuse one of our
prlmliient men. who Is Interested In hav-
ng taken this menns to Increase Schuy
n gtahen this means to Increase Hchpy-
er's mall receipts so as our postofrice
would maintain Its position among the
However, we -happen to know that tho
of bore facts, and we cannot soo why
Mr. Herac could not turn that Into a
quite profitable side Issue to his business",
as there nre qulto u few ''well-to-do"
bachelors In this locality, all he. would
have to do Is to get up some sort of a
buchelor chow, or as Judge Humlmuser
would Bay, a chick eh a "roos(er show,"
the entries could bo classed ns American
class for those of American birth and
Mediterranean class for those of European
birth, etc., ad lib., nnd to mako tho show
a complete success ho could arrange tho
nimllcunts o the gentler sex In aepnruto
coops ami then have somo competent
Judgo (we would recommend Judge Flala), I
score them and at the close of the show
Judgo Flala, who Is 'said to be qulto nn'an 'c(lm!llt wl" he offered to declare
expert at mating, could mate them 7c-",he people of Nebraska Incompetent and
cording to tho score card for best results,
We don't sen why this could not be mudo
an annual local feature, one started it
rhould prove a very rcnumeratlve enter
From the article In today s Hce. we
would Inrer that "Miles Blandish la or
it home-loving nature nnd nr not sur
prised he should deslta a mate or like
qualities. We aro In' a poHltlon'to say
he Is well broke to slnule harnem u.
Father Time has driven him past tho
triple X mllo post, but he hag one fault.
Ho ahles at an automobile! but that fault
might In course of time be overcome 'f
he gets a sensible harness mate. Oh.
what's here Is your chance to win (or
loae.) (This Is In stage whlaper.) We
eould even beat Mr. Iterac out or his
fee ir you apply direct, that aavlng might
oome In handy some day, mending traces
x MILES STANDISH.
1. & This Is written on a piece of
wrapping paper, aa we consider It n
ahame to waate a bit of otherwlee good
paper. Don't you?
(Thli article la a letter and la not
against fifty-car bill
MINUKN. Neb.. Feb. 2. -(Special.) At
a masa meeting held at the aurmby
room of the court home, J. S. Patterson,
president of the Commercial club, pre
aiding, i. Qlgnell and District Superin
tendent Flynn. both of tha Burlington)
Hall road company, made address, after
which the following resolution waa
Ue tt Ittaolved. That thrre should be
no legislation anarted ut the Present sea.
slon of the leglklature of Nebraaka with
respect to railway service, but that these
subjects should be preaented to the Stale
Hallway rommlaalon. We particularly
refer to legislation limiting the number
of cars, which a railway company may
lawfully Include In any one freight train
and requeat our representatives and sen
ators to vote against any such meaaures,
at all stagea ot lla progresa In the houte
Institute Hi llartluRlun,
IIAHTINGTON. Neb.. Bfb. :.(r!peclal.)
The Cedar County Farmeni' institute,
which waa held In thla city on Prlduy und
Saturday, was ono of the best rlistltutea
which have ever been held In the history
of the assc tatlvii The woman depart-
exhibit wM. h Attracted generuh Interest
tli on,' frm th.- newly .slnbllsned ,
domestic science and malmiiil. training
bninrhB(, of tlie uartmutan putatu hooi
on tw iat day uf the inttitute a stoc ;
parade look pise1
DRUGGISTS CHARGED WITH
VIOLATING PHARMACY ACT
UICl SIUtlNO. Neb.. Feb. I -1 Special I - J
Complaint has been filed In the counts'
court of Deuel county against C H. Hmlth
of 1Mb Hprlng for conducting a drug .
storc hero contrary to the pharmacy law 1
of this state. No regtaternd pharmacist
whs In chnrge of this store. j
J. ttarle Harper of Cleurwnter and Her
bert 1acU of Central City, members of
the Hoard of Pharmacy, made a special
trip out to Hlg Hprlng .tannery JO to louk
after the prosecution of this case or vio
lation of tho pharmacy law.
'The drug store at Ixjdgepole. Neb ,
owned by C I Swarm, has been closed
recently 011 itcrount of no reglsten-d
pharmacist being In charge.
FOR SPLITTING FEES
WITH CITY SURGEONS
(Continued from Pnge One.)
Ho watched tho methods used In tear.hlns
and says that he has a new conception of
tho work being done there In educating
tho boys and girls who have not tho
faculty or gaining an education that their
moro fortunate brothers and sisters have.
He thinks tho latter school needs n new
building nnd a few other things of lessor
xvnhz wom.n cr.Nson films
Uoilgr Nrnntiir Will IJnvr II 1 tl for
(From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. t-(Speclal.)-A bill will
be Introduced by Wolz of Dodgo boforo
the time for Introduction of bills lapses
to create a state censor board of motion
picture films, This bill In Introduced at
the request of -the motion picture people
themselves, who organized a short time
'ago a state society of motion picture ex
hibitors. The bill makes lt Unlawful to exhibit In
the stato nny motion pictures not censored
by the state tioard of Nebraska or thu
national congress of censors. The gov
ernor or tho Htnte shall bo the chief of
the b6ard and within thirty days from
the time Ihls act takes eKect he shall ap
point three other members who shall serv
two, three and rour years, respectively,
who lhall orgnnlzo by the election or k
chairman and secretary
It will bo the duty or the board to ex
amlno all pictures to be shown In the
stato and It shall receive the sum or SI
for each film so censored. The board shall
on or beroro the 10th day or each month
make a complete report of all pictures
censored and pay the fees received Into
tho state treasury.
Each member of the board shall receive
a salary of $1,6"0 per annum citecpt tho
secretary, who shall receive an additional
SKK). Any perHon violating the provision!
o rtho law shull he fined not less "than SJ3
nor more than S&OO or lmprltoncd not lesa
than thirty days or more than one year.
IttntDMA.V FOR COMMlSSIONKIt
Oiu'itlin Politician Snlil tit He After
(From a Starr Correspondent.)
Lincoln. Neb.. Feb, 2.-(Speciai.)-jf
that Sugarman pure election bill ror
Omaha gets through, In nil probability
It will bo It. E. I-ee Herdnian, "election
commissioner for Douglus county," at a
salary of J3.0C0 a year andyill the power
of a czar, Insofar us elections are con
Mr. Herdmun wants the place and ho
has the ear of tho governor and the
friendship and backing of those who were
largely responsible for the election f
the governor, with the possible exception
of former Governor Atflrlch. So, If the
bill to make elections In Omaha "honest
nnd fulr elections" becomes n law, It will
In all probability be Mr. Herdman's duty
to see that Its provisions are" curried .out.
iil.liK SKV LAW
Hue .Measure Ctyea Lnllmllcil Puuer
t oCensnr Iiivcattiicnta.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Feb. T-(Speclal.)-
Hefore consideration of all th6 proposed
we sky iawa is conciuuca ii is ponsiuio
Incapable or attending to their buslneai
nnd all persons worth IS or more shall
bo placed under the chargo or the gov
ernor or a state board."
h'ouuto rile t provides that ull Investment
ycheinrs must bo passed upon by the
governor, auditor and attorney general.
In case of real estate or town lots tho
hoard may In Its discretion look nt the
piopOBilloii personally -und have the pro
motors puy the nxponses. Hcforo any
sulea may bo nudo or securities the sales
man must secure a license rrom this,
board and put a bond of J 1,000. No
advertising matter may be Issued by a
promoter until the state board paases
upon It. The bill duos not provide that
the attorney generul, tho governor or
the auditor must qualify ns ex-pert dis
coverers of Jokers In schema and neither
do the yhavp to prove their Judgment
better than that of the average citizen j
when It comes to making Investments.
The bill also Informs the supreme court
that It ono section Is bait br unconstitu
tional this yhall have no ufrect on the
remainder of tho law.
OGALLAM. Net'.. Pen. i-.K fatal out
break ot what voterlniultms aay the- be
lieve to be an apoplectic form of anthrax
in killing cattle by score Hi western
Nebraska. Andrew Tuckson. a raneh-
man living twenty-five miles north of
here, between Wednesday and today; haa
loat firty-t'o head of his heard of SW.
Mrs. Miitfilnlcntv Kanel.
Hl'MHOLDT. Neb.. Feb, t-(Speclul.)-Mrs.
Magdalena Kanel, aged to yearn,
died at her home south of town Thursday
morning nt old oga- She leqvtts four
daughters nnd two sons. The funeral took
placo Saturday and the burial was made
at Salem. Deceased waa a native if
1C a llurnlnir Shame
not to have Buokleu'a Arnteu Salve tu
cure burns, ecxema. bolls, sores. Piles,
t uts, biulses. won, ids and ulieis v Fin
aiK i UeAtou Dtug Co AUe4tl.iHiit i
New Study Courses
and Many Subjects
to Better Omaha U,
Mccond semester "will start at the I nt
wrslty of Omaha Monday. Home l.er
rutinw win be added, and It Is expected
ti e enrollment will surpass that of any
preceding semester since the founding of
the school. This will be especially .me
thn preparatorj department,
Asdo rrom nrreag0 n number of ub-
jrcU offered, the semester Just startlni:
w bo one of the most ltmorti.n nd
wm , tho most remembered of ans In
tho life of the university. At the close
of the school year In June the first grad
uatlhff class w"ll go forth Into tho work
aday world. For two years past thero
have been graduates, one each year, out
this year thy class' which enrolled at the
blrtli of the school will step out. With
the spring will come nearly nil of the
a'ctlvltles which are usually uzsoclute'1
with graduation, nnd commencement
week will bp us full for the young peoplo
as It l nt most of the large colleges.
Tho elans, remarkable In many ways, Is
different from most In that more iluvi
half .of those who enrolled ns freshmen
will receive their degrees In June. Thl
would be an axtonlshlngly large propor
tion In any school. At tho university It
Is especially unusual because those few
flirted with the fates In registering and
avowing their intentions before a class
rud over been held. Upon them .ian
fallen the pleasureable duty of framing
customs and making precedents for tho
university. Outside of tho class room all,
student affairs have been managed by
the students nnd many fetes have been
Deeds to Big Area
Offered by Indians
SANTE FE. N. M., Feb. 2.-Indlana
from every ono of the Indian tribes in
New 'Mexico arrived yesterday perpara
tory to leaving tonight for Washington,
where the Indians go to urge the secre
tary of the Interior to accept deeds to
approximately DOO.000 acres of land ownc
by them In Now Mexico. The object of
the Indians 'in deeding their land to the
government, an trustees, ror a period of
twenty-five jears Is to avoid paying
A rocent decision by United Jjtate.i Judge
W. 11. Pope hat Indians .were citizens
subjects their property to taxation.
Tho delegation is headed by Francis C.
Wilson, special United States attorney
for the Pueblos.
SensatiQn in London
Due to Land Speech
I3NDON, Feb. 2.-The speech last
night of David Lloyd George, chancellor
of the exchequer, before the National
Uberal elub .on the land question has
caused a sensation. The conservatives
declare It was a protest agaltmt Premlor
Asqulth'a refusal to make the question
the leading feature of tho liberal pro
gram of this session after home rule and
that Mr'. Lloyd George Is attempting to
supplant Mr. Asqulth as party leader
by appealing for his party's support
against his chief.
M'HUGH ASKS PRESIDENT TO
HOLD UP HARVESTER REPORT'
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2. William D. Mc
JIugh, counsel for the International Har
vester company, yesterday asked Presl
dent Taft to Instinct the commissioner
of corporations to withhold from publi
cation his report on the Harvester com
pany during the pending trial of the
anti-trust suit against the corporation.
It was reported to the president, It Is
Therm is Only Ono
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wKm Chicago-Nebraska Limited .
. Rocky Mountain limited . ,
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You can't get
away from a
YOUR VALUABLES cannot be stolen or burned
if kept in a box in the Snfe Deposit Vaults of tho
The J3.00 year site is
large enough for most
.understood, that the Anti-trust suits. In
fairness to the i-ompan) attacked, should
I be brought to a finish before the com
missioner announces his conclusions. The
piostdent's decision was not divulged
Th eornmhslo tier's Icport has been prac
Assert Little Men
Sent to Senate
PlBItnB, S. D.. Feb. 2.-(gpcclal Tele
Bmfn.) The flret state meeting of the
South Dakota Peace society was held
here today nnd addresses were made to
tho large audience In attendance. Prcsl-
dent J. W. Parmlci', In the principal ad
dress, dMcusscd tho tremendous expense
h(nd waste of war, and praised tho pi-6-fposed
peace treaty advocated by Presi
dent Taft, and gave as the reason or
the dercat or his international peace pro
gram, that this country has been re
tiring the great minds from the senate
and filling their places with small men,
who rattle about in the places filled by
such menln the past as Webster, Clay.
Hoar, Voorhccs, Klttrcdgo nnd rtnany
TO METROPOLITAN MUSEUM
NEW YORK, Feb. 2,-James Uartlett
Hammond, the typewriter Invontor who
died In St. AugiiRtine, Fla., last week,
bequeathed his entire estate, estimated to
be worth J2,O0O.O0O to the Metropolitan
Musem of Art In this city, according to t
copy of a will executed last August, mad 3
The estate Includes the stock in the
typewriter company of which he was
president. This goes to executors In trust
Six years ago two brother and three
sisters applied to the supreme court ti
have Hammond, a widower, adjudges
Incompetent. Ho was committed 'tem
porarily, but later was declared com
petent. NURSE GIRL ACQUITTED
OF BURNING BIG HOTEL
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Feb. 2.-Barbara
Gladys Arnold, 16-year-old' nurse girl, was
acquitted last night of the charge of at
tempting to set fire to tho Wlndemero
The prosecution was based largely on
the confession of the girl. Evidence was
Introduced to show a confession was ob
tained by duress and promises. The girl
repudiated tho confession,
Culls from the Wire
The American Association of Commerce
nnd Trade held Its unnual banquet in
The New Mexico senate passed tho In
come tax amendment resolution by a vote
of 19 to 1.
The lower house of the Weat Virginia
legislature adopted a resolution ratlflug
the amendment for direct election of s. n
ators. Mayor Brand Whltloclc of Toledo, u
spoke. Jn Chicago to the Political Equality
league, paying that votes for women aro
their right and not a theory.
Counting of the strike vote Just com
pleted by the firemen and some engineer.!
of tho western rallwavs will begin l.i
earnest In New York Monday
Kelshlro Matsul. formerly counselor of
the Japanese embassy nt Washington,
was aimointed vice foreign minister,
Tetsuklchl KurachI having resigned.
For misapplying J5O.O0O of the fiindu of
the, AUiiubon National nnn oi jnpw iorn,
Davfd S. Mills, the bank's former presi
dent, was sentenced to serve seven years
In federal prison at Atlanta.
Mrs. William Power, who killed her
husband by a blow with a wooden vloe
screw when lie came home Intoxicated
and threw-a pall of dirty water upon hcl.
was freed by a Judge at Lynn. Mass.
Recommendation that farmers In the
south devote more attention to the rulo
Ing of hogs and cattle nnd the growing
of forage crops' was made by Secrota'-T
James Wilson In addressing visitors to
the National Corn exposition at Colum
bia, 8. C.
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talked It over with her doctor. This
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