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SENATOR BROWN'S TRIUMPH
Hij Income Tax Amendment to'
Conititution Adopted. I
HIGH HONOR FOR NEBRASKAN I "l,""r,l,in
.Mmlratlr I'nlls Attention nf Srniitf
In Ynv Ihnl Thlrlr-Mslli Slntr j
Una tlntlflril Hip Proposed
(From Staff Correspondi'ht.)
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1.-Hpedal Telu
,ram.) -Whrn Hennlor Ilrown Into this
fternoou iojo to Inform tho senate that
thirty-six states, through their, legisla
tes bad ratified (he Income tax amend
lolmnl, H. I.. Clark. M. (.'off man, I. -V;
'an-l others are the Inoni pomtors
Urlng I'lpn In Wilson.
Hollow I lot ii Ileal-, nil Indian chief of
South 1'skota. han wilttrh a letter to tli
InaiiRiirnl commlttp otatliiK that Ii
ilralrea to rom to W'aahlriRtun hi Iii-
tlme to lirrnent a plpo to
WIIpop. Hctintor OatnliV I
trannmlttrtl the letter to I'lmlrmno '
llarpr of the clvlo orRnnltatlon commit- j
tee with the Matemrilt tnut Hollow Horn
Hear In th oilRtnnl of tho picture of hi,
j Indian which Ii rimravetl' on -the 15
I certificates Uxiied by the Treasury ilo-
i rpkliiK nnrr-'a Plnpp.
V. II. (Ireeiie or Oiiialia ia nclnR urgcu
by UvprpNClilHtlvn I.obeck for thu np
poliitnient to the National Honitl of
Holillera- home to fill the Vacancy soon
uent. Wyomlnc an.l Delaware VcIdb nip t ,0 0(.cUr ,,y ,hft rpSiKiiatlon of Oeneral IV
i nd tuck In niakliif'thc amendment part
of the constitution, the senior senator re
jected the pride he felt In helm; the uu
t lor of the resolution that made the
i merriment possible.
While tho statement was couched In
mplo latiKuaRp, 11 wa no"e ,c"
I esvc, for It confessed Hint without
He rupport of William Howard Taft the
t asaRc of the resolution mlKht havt.
I 'en well nigh Impossible Uc nave It
II Harry of CJreeln,y, vho has been ap
pointed commandant of the California
Soldlets' home. Ileprcsenlatlve Sloan of
the Foutli Nnbrnsku congressional ills,
trlct. Is seeking; the appointment of Oen
eral J. Jl. Culver and I'ormer Henator
W V. Allep of Madison Is also mentioned
for the place. It Is probable thafthe ap
pointment, which Is mado by tlio Joint
action of the house and senate through
their 'military affairs committee, will b.
i e and l-rough it out oi me rammmw nnae ,oon BB ,.nrrni
lu t sent eventually on us ,fRenatlon Is handed In.
Ii x at the doorway of state legislatures ( ,,ornlfP nepreeentatlvo IJoy.l and
nno nes ouch mcc
I5N7 DRINKING '
twb holdout of me MLKe3Strfx
OlFHT MOLD OUT fom HIS Sfe.
IT tOOtDS)S THOUGH THS
0ST BHbOT3TOP WOULD OS
MiasiNs in the LiNeop rietr
VenR.. our- OMff xAvn rvore
from ths MhHaen piveD.
THeoDoae roff n open
.r?x7vouai.y then wirw
VJlLb9HH-ahK HE TO f PLC 13
oVen he TtppiD,
IP THE SUN6 riT fOPT TOTTEtl
POOTCCT OUR COT9T3 WHHT Ii
MADISON SQORRF. CrARJXtl"'
YfHptpjWE GET THHT STUFF?
f r ratification or rejection.
It Is no small honor to have one s numo
a tached to an amendment to the constl
t Uon, but such honor betonirs to Kenator
T own, and he very naturally showed his
Kiatiricatlon that the reaulslte number of
siites hud finally rutlfled the amendment,
n ilch now become number sixteen of
t 5 constitution, the first to be adopted
t ice civil war times.
Grent Step In Ailvfp
wlfu arc at tho Dewey and are on their
wuy to Excelsior Sprlt'iKs for trMtnieh!
Tho iebrasla members of the com
mltteo on agriculture. Musis Hlonit nnd
Mnunlre havn returned from Columbia,
8. ('., whero they attended the national
corn show" as Bursts of the city. They
went on a special car1 furnished by Uup
'Of course thtt ratification of the Vo-1
I ;Ion by the requisite number of states i
t very gratifying to me." said Senator,
I "own, during the course of many con-
c atulatlon tendered him when the nc-'
t in of Wypmlnr and Dilawnro became
K iowii. "It Is by far the longest step In
ml Vance and'ln the progress of the Amer
! art people since Lincoln's war amend
ii enti to the constitution were adopted.
'While I tuko ji personal pride In being
i tociatcd with the authorship of tho res
in Chess Tourney
A BIRD IKJ THE)
HAND v y
Wi. MOT wPrLE WflS THS
OOOJ3 Of TWe NBI6HBORHOOD
EVN BOB AT HOMC EITHER
no pi MriTTen op pact hit
Never knew that THCnewns
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UNTIL HEAfl,9 7WCMTV He?
5TUDIB9 OeRMftN IH SCHOOL
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now He can't eny pihythins
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WHS n TAIJiEtlMlST HG"RUH3
A Tt X I
TO AID JUVENILE OFFENDERS!
Richardson Reads Bill He Has Had
Prepared for Legislature.
I DENOUNCES PRACTICE OF PAPERS
that policeman to
CALL ft COF I
11 US HIT
137 111 393
l.nmlK on Pnbllrntlon Which Used
Names of the Bnjrn Itecentlr
Allxptl L In thP .Sendal
In Jurentle Court-
...6I2 "31 63!) 1.902
KKW TOIIK. Feb. .-By wlnnhiR two
adjourned cames In the Inlitrnatlnnnl
Chess Masters' tournament today, one I fo '1ui" 4' el,l,or ut Lo Angeles or San
of them by default, Frank V. Marshall,
the United Htates champion, moved up
I tist Jaffo Into second place with n total
,illon nronoaltie the amendment, the fact 1 C01 0 of s' ' or P'nt less than
. the senate failed to UHe any action ;Jo,e ,l- apablanca, who heads the lis
t ercon until 1'rrsldent Taft lnsstsd by ,vlth 10 lo J Marshall defeated Morrison
r fecial mesiago to congress that the same I ' Toronto after ssvcnty-flve moves.
wuiie wuuaKer, reaiuing mat ne linn a
losing position, reslgnsd.
The play of today had been given up
entirely to adjourned, jfuwe. Chajes ami
Janowskl again drew, but Chajea moved
up a, point In the scoring when Itubensteln
forfeited to hlnj. This places Chajes In
fifth place. Janowskl Is fourth with V,i
wins .and 3',i losses.
s lould have favorable consideration at Its
tnds. That special message resuscitated
t ic resolution and to President Taft be
ings the gratitude of, the American peo
.Due ptoclamntlon will be made of the
i doptlon, of tho amendment, and then
ongrtss will enact legislation putting the
mendment Into force. Buch legislation,
however, will not be undertaken during
i he present congress, leaving the whole
matter to the Incoming administration.
I'orrlKH Mission for IlltchcocU.
Now that It Is almost certain Wllllum
rniilngs Bryan will be the premier i(
he next administration and sit at tho
Ighl hatjd of Woodrow Wilson when he
tsaumes the office o" president, friends
if Henator Ollbert M. Hitchcock ars
urophtsylnc that the Omaha editor wilt
he tendered an ambassadorial position to
round out his career In the public serv
ice A number of men from Nebraska,
who liappenod to be In Washington last
week. In discussing the rumored accept
ance of the portfolio of secretary of state
by Colonel Bryan, thought Hentor
Hitchcock would have a hard row to
) oo If he became a candidate tor re
election o the senate, as he would prsb
ably have the opposition of the "Com
moner" and hla friends, but that If Sen
ator Hltchoock desired to Have tht sen
ate shortly after the new admlnlstrat'on
came into power and desired an ambaH- :
sadorslilp In Bui ope or In the east, Col
onel Urjan would nld him with all the
influence at his command.
Senator Hitchcock likes society, and 'is
ho has a mot cultured wife and a moit
coarmlnir daughter, who has juet male
her debut In the social life of Washington
It was argued by the Ncbraskans that a
four years residence In some one of the
capitals ot Kuropo, I-ondon. I'arls. Jlor
iln or St- Petersburg, would afford Hen
ator Hitchcock exceptional opportunity
to emulate the career of the late While
law Reld, not only as a dlstlngulsned
diplomat, but as an Ideal host as well.
BATTLING DANE KNOCKS OUT
MIKE MALONE AT SHERIDAN
SHK1UDAN. Wyo., Feb. .-(Speclnl
Telegram.)-Mlke Molone. Willie Illtehln'
sparring partner, took the count tonight.
In the eighth round of his twenty-round
go with Pete Jensen, the Hauling I)hii.
Although leading the tight lu practically
every lound, the Denver boy wrfs power.
less against the heavier and better tralni-d.
Dane and woa unnble to land effectively
at s,ny stage of the game. Throughout
the fight Jensen apparently toyed with
his lighter opponent in the. closing rounds
hitting him at will.
Bttged by the Wyoming Athletic club.
the bout was the first to ba seen lu Shetl
dan for two years and was witnessed uy
a record crowd.
MANDOT AWARDED DECISION
OVER MICHAEL SHERIDAN
MK.MPH18, Tenn., FeV I, -Joe Mando
of New Orleans was awarded a detlslon
over Michael fiherldan ot Chicago In an
eight-round bout here tonight. In the
first four rounds honors were about, evenj
uuv juier mi ino superior generalship
of the New Orleans fighter gav- hltn tht
advantage. Sheridan fougjit gamely and
shook lil's" opponent "sVveral tTrnes with
lefts to the Jaw. '
PIRATES RELEASE CAPRON
TO ST. PAUL BALL TEAM
Papke and Gibbons
May Fight on July 4
m t i rtri .its r.i i k t..K
tween llHIy Paiiko, clnlmaut for the fFOOT BALL. COMMITTEE
world's middleweight championship, nndf?. - MEETS FEBRUARY )4
,.iiici itiiimiiiB ui ni. I'ltoi is in inospeci .
NKW YOUIC. Feb. 4. That never .set
tled subject foot ball rules comes up
ii ul n with the announcement today that
a meeting of tho intercollegiate foot bull
rules committee will bo held In Now
York Friday and Saturday. February H
and 15. The committee consists of two
separate bodies which will sit Jolutlv.
Tho first session, which will be held on
Friday evening, will discuss the policy
of revision to be adopted for the 1913 sea
uon. SCHEDULE, MEETING IS
POSTPONED TO MONDAY
Francisco, It wns said hero tonight.
Krnest I'otta of Minneapolis, who Is said
to have a contract with Papke to arrange
all rlnu contests for tio "UHnoln Thun
derbolt" on American soil, received u let
ter from Pnpko today signifying his will
ingness to meet tho St. Paul man at 1&S
pounds on Independence day.
FOUNDERS' DAY OBSERVED
Creighton Alumni Celebrate Institu
tion of Their University.
PATRICK E. M'KILLIP SPEAKS
(traitnatp of UnlTPrslty MakPnWln
olpal Address of livening, I.anil
lnr Men mnd Women Who
HtnrteU School on Its War-
With the Bowlers
III the Metropolitan ICMgue the Ilumohr
Sports won three games from the Specials.
. 158 is:
4!i asii 4fti l.ill
MoD , 169
One hundred forty alumni of Creighton
university enjoyed a banquet ot the Hotel
Rome last night, commemorating found
er's day of the university. Alumni who
have but recently been graduated from
the Institution sat sltje by side with those
graduates who have already made their
mark tn the business and professional
world. The praises of Creighton univer
sity and of, the founders, John A. Creigh
ton and Edward Creighton, were loudly
CHICAGO, Feb. 4.-Presldent Han John
son of the American league made the
announcement la night that the sched
ule meeting of the league, which had
been set for next Tuesday In Now York,
had been advanced to Monday. Man
ager Frank Chance ot the New York
team Is expected to accompany Presl-
ueiu juiiusou to .cw lorii next aunnay i Molflllln l.aads Si-1, mil
for the meeting. ( a, Hugh Hippie was toastmaster. The
I speaker of the evening was Patrick K.
MoKllllp. He spoke ot the enjoyable
Asking support of a bill which he lias
had prepared, making It a misdemeanor
for a newspaper to publish the names and
addresses of Juvenile delinquents James
Richardson, member of the Board of
Kducatlon. bitterly attacked the new
paper which printed the names of the
boys mixed up In the scandal aired
recently In Juvenile court. No action
was taken by the board in support or
condemnation of the hill. nichardson
"There has recently been exposed
through the agency of the press of this
city, a shocking condition of Juvenile
Immorality, the real extent of which Is
as yet unknown. I would not. Mr. Presi
dent, take this occasion to refer to the
matter, were It not for the prominence
which tho papers have given to th
alleged fact that the accused children are
students In the Omaha public schools:
and along with these statements has gone
the unavoidable implication that some
Inherent defect exists In our schools,
which Is chargeable with the Inception of
the resulting depravity.
"While the papers have lu subsequent
reports gradually reduced the number of
offenders alleged to be public school
students, and have arrived at the facte
in the case, at the same time the original
articles referred to have gone their way
over tho country, producing a false and
vicious Impression of our school system
- Tarcnts at Fault.
"nut. Mr- President, If all the children
involved In this scandal were , public
school pupils, Instead ot there liavlng
been only one girl and one boy who wern
such, ns Is now admitted, I would still
maintain the Injustice and unfairness of
the inference. Conditions In our school
arc clean and moral; our teaching force
of the best experience and the highest
ideals, and I submit that when the condi
tions In the schools are such, the blami
for bad conditions without, rests entirely
on parents and guardians, as the direct
result of their carelessness or indiffer
ence to the profession ot raising their
children to good citizenship; because they
alone are responsible tor the discipline
which is only enforceable outside the
ScotVs One Newspaper,
Governor John H. Morchead, who was ! "Another angle to this situation, sir.
to have appeared on the program for a I and In my belief a far more Important
talk, did not come. .It was whispered that one, Is the result upon the future ot the
there Is still too much uncarved political
pie In Omaha to make a visit from the
children whose names have been pub
llshed to tho world as jrullty ot the crimes
Totals 4! 504 MS
The Hrorgajird Crowns won two game
from the Nameless In tho Commercial
su oi) mi :.un :
West Point "Wins from Lincoln
WK8T POINT. Neb., Feb. 4(Hpeclal.)
West Point High school basket ImII
team defeated Temple High of Lincoln
her Saturday night by the. score .of i
to 21. l.tneup:
WK8T POINT i MNCOIiN.
Jerman LR! Ii.K Chanln
I Thelsen (C) It.F.i It.F... Artcrburn vO)
1 Kfause .... C.IC Weynt
nCrepla IU. UO Wilson
'egley IMI.IU.U Plllard
Field rohIm: Kralev (2). Krenla in.
Klause (Jl. Thelen (I). Chapln (O. Weynt
IS;, Wilson (1). Free goalu: Chapln I
nut of : Artcrburn. 4 out ot 8; Wilson,. !
out of J; Tliclsen. 14 out of 13. Hefe!jc:
Illaileu Kt-liool Notes.
HI-ADKN. Nob.. Feu. 4.-(Speclal)-The
tlln Jnn lfll, .lWA..t.l III,,. II Ml
aiV' 1 llltrl, unhnnl TJ fn 1A In ami-
rill i iifiii Kustwwt i -a iu j vg in , it wtii'-riir-u
?,! contest In a came of basket bill here
ui I .-Hiuran oveninK, wi'icn sireiiBiimns
- I Bladen'a claim to the southwestern high
' I school championship. Haskell, referee;
governor anything like the pleasurable I charged; and In this connection it Is with
affair a banquet should be. pleasure that I can credit The Bee and
the World-Herald with a conscience which
prevented their publishing the names ct
the poor children, whose sins were it
least no greater than1 that of their
parents. It is a shame that the News
can not be so credited; Instead, with uti
falllnr sensationalism and enterprising'
fllthlness and brutality, the News did Its
dirty best to destroy whatever of in.
tentlal good citizenship may be lett
within Its victims, and this after suffi
cient punishment had been or was belli?
meted out to them by the proper authorities,
.Vpptl Drastic Itemed?.
A drastic, remedy Is needed one that
years he had spent at the Creighton unl
verslty, and continued:
"I could sketch the inspiring life ot
Edward Creighton, In whose brain the
university Idea was born; I could laud
the noble love of Mary L,ucrtla Creigh
ton, who gave her husband's unexecuted
thought a .concrete form; I could eulogize
that" great liourlsher and builder and ex
emplar of sterling manhood, the beloved
Count Crefghton, and meet your oom-
mendatlon at every turn, and 1 could I
fling far and high the praises of the men will not hamper the Juvenile court Iti Us
who have breathed their very. Uvea Into humano work of saving the erring child
the naked form of a university projected to the community and to socety-at-targe;
by Kdwnrd, the originator, mothered by jone that will permit the publication of ln-
Mary l.ucretla and-energlzed byVohn a., Irecords of these cases, because their pub
the, nourlsher and builder, and no man In llelty Is essential to the knowledge of
all the city, In all the west., would even the community, but one which will ut
February gave us a cold
there's lots of winter yet
All broken lines of our
winter overcoats and suits,
including our smartly tail
ored, perfecl fitting Ken
singtons now discounted
Jt and even
Every garment is from
our this season's regular
stock and thoroly correct
in style. They will be as
good next fall as they are
If you wait till next fall
garments of equal quality
will cosT: you at leasl Vz
more. Buy now and you
not only save the differ
ence, but get the advant
age of wearing the coat or
suit the rest of this season.
MAEE & DEEMER
413 Se. leth.
Clothes. Hats Furnishings
tlovernor Morehrad would probably wei-1 MINNKAPOMS. Feb. 4 -lUlph Caproh.
noimi iv once tainous as a quarterback of the Unl-
liltchcock a successor. Verslty of Minnesota foot ball team and
Ariur Appointment. i last season a member of the Pittsburgh
lu tho plan of reorganization of lh vi,, ,.. L,, 1 " T"1
r on a taetlcal basis as approved by , to Th s, I ,"'', ".. .
army ou a taeucai oaais as approved ov i rolea.e.1 tn h st n...i i '.i " " "
President Taft and which was formally clatlon club. r " " ,
iuuiicu liw.J llliuueil "luni ,o Wi,. .., , C 1..,l .- .
effect February 1 Oeneral luipl, Hoy mous iUrty o'Tooie trade the Pitted
now stationed t t Paul, will coinpiand i hurah riuh a. i ,7i .....
the Wxth brigade. Second division, with 1 St ' ,Ul "r.
, clatlon club. Capron. It aa said he
KnlKhta of Cnliiiiiliiis I.phkup.
Cochnm . .
'I'nrklii Loses Contra!.
. TAIUvIO, Mo., Feb. 4.-(rtpeclal Tele.
gram.) With two I'CKUlniH out of the
Total I game. Tarklo college lorA Taut Im.sKet
94 i ball game to the VartensbUrg Normal
tii I IIvp- here tonight, 4$ to 41. arahnin and
31) fiowdy starred for Tarklo, Casscll and
4M I Wheeler foi Warreiisburg.
TrdieVoeralneeT'S OUTPOINTS BROWN
nards. now t Fort D. A- nussall. sue-! IN BOUT AT MILWAUKEE
ceedlng General Frederick Kunkton at the ' nvii-i
I cad of tho district of Luzon- BiiradUr 1 MIMVAUCBE, Feb. J.-Jlmmy Clabby
iienerai rreuencK -. cnuin, now at
Omain. will remain there In command of
the Fifth brigaue. Second division.
I'onra Indian Bill.
A bill jiuthorjtltur the Pone tribe '-f
j iuiaiui n jnierrcnp in me suit or in
tldpk to say me nay. But the lives of
all these-the faculty, the originator, the
founder, the builder bid me. to psjs on to
thlnRB more urgent in this hour' than
eulogising those whose Itves- and deeds
are their own sufficient eulogy.
' UnltP In Common Cause.
"These men, this woman, did their
lrp..PhBr.l (Jet. Job . LohpI,. ; Pt In this world and did It
CHAPBt, HILL. N. V.. Fb. 4.-"Iion- magnificently! Aa a result of their
! ale" Trcnchard. foot ball captain at I Idealism, their generosity, their service
to humanity, some thou bauds of young
the same time prevent consclencelois
rascals who would destroy the future use
fulness of boys and girls who still havs,
or may have, within their breasts po
tentialities tor good, from accomplishing
their devilish purpose,
Tho Hotel or American Ideals"
at 18th and H Street
Stew. Fireproof. Zaropsan Plan
f ' " i i . I.
Rooms, detached bath, l.0O,
Itooiua, piirate hath, 92,50,
100 per cent. Fire, Germ and Dust
Proof. Two blocka from White
House, and near all points
WHITE FOR SOUVENIR BOOKLET
LBWII HOTXX. COM3? AWT, lae.
Owners and Operators.
Direction ana Management
CLIFFORD M. LISWIS
tlTI 763 2,15
ot Hammond. Ind., outpointed Ueorge
(Kiockout) Drown of ailcago lu a ten
round bout here tonight. Clabby used bis
left to a good advantage and had the
Greek backing away through most bf the
bout. A score or more ot state legislators
Omaha Indians in the court of claims and ministers wr at thu ringside, seek
and for Other purposes passed the senate I Ing Information for the boxing bill whleh
tos- J Is now before the liwmskeis.
. si Je a est a 43 ua,-fs . .
IK, ..mllr.Mn,, r ,h. I.-,,.,.- . I "li!l,n U.frB ".
It -hni'' National
8. I).. Feb.
i Daly . . .
1 -(Fnei-lal i Curran .
King 142 1S7
Kushmaii 179 142
Hushman, S 1!W 137
Ortman ,127, H
Laird til Ml
bank ot Falrbury. . Tninni Yankton colleict. h.L.. .. .;
Ne ft organize with a capital ot loO.frki ' team defeated Huron, tt . hininin... Totali
a apprtuMl by the comptroller of thell" veial jeara. by a score of r to b '
lxe"- to the Situation-UeeAd c.tr-ib
I i M
Tu' .1 ,
Prlneetou In 1&33-9I and onro an "All
America" end, signed today a three-year
contract as lesldent coach of athletics at
the I'nlverslty of North Carolina,
Ooiiln llojs I'layrr.
PHUiAIKLPIllA. Feb. 4,-Manuger
Doolu of tho Philadelphia National league
team today purchased the release of Dan
Howley, a catcher, of the Portland (Ore.)
club of the Pacific Coast league.
Ryan and Pivonka
Ousted by Court
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. t. (Special Telcgiaru.i
The supreme court this utternoon denied
a rehearing In the llyan-Plvonka tire and
police case from South Omaha. This
means that there officials will be ejected
from office at once, as there Is no further
chance for them to delay the matter. The
appointment ot their successors will be
up to the mayor of South Omaha, who
will have the power to appoint until the
places are filled by nn election A bill is
now before the legislature whl h If it
becomes a law will give the apolmlng
ower t'j tl soemor
men have profited even aa I havu
profited. They are thick In this city an;
scattered all over the west. It Is to
these graduates and ex-students t
Creighton that I wish to make my appeal.
I wish to say to them In the paraphrased
words of another. Gentlemen; 'We have
but one life to live In tbls world, Wi
will pass this wii.v but once. It behooves
us therefor to do what good we can whllf
here.' Karh of us has felt something of
the ennobling influence of our university
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