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TIJK BEE: OALU, TIU'HSDAY, FHBH tTAHY 6, 1913.
RECORD FOR NUMBER
OF MEASURES FILED
IN THE LEGISLATURE
(Continued fromPiKe'On )
tLag t KV,vlth rortviono' libmkn. The
cc.iit will rontltitie toinorrnw."
AKRIt TALKS OP 1 It ltlrtlATIO.
Senntr Then I'lunrn Mir .Similar Haae
Slnle Siirrjor. ,
(From a !tff CorreMWW'iPMt.)
UM'CJbN. NVh . Feb. JV-ffiwetaU-C'BrtnH)
V 11 Akrrt", tHr'tether rtf tli"
'rripatki' movement, whs preiwiit In the
sc.jalp today,-and. on lmitlyii'Of Iltjfit!
nr. 1 of Lincoln, wax Invited to sc) lretw
Me ..aid that sixteen ann nt;o he whs
r member of tile irnittr am) tried to cre
ate an Interest In Irrigation, hut met
with opposition because the people were
afraid that If the water whs tHken from
thr river above notbliif? wotild ! left
fcr the farmer down townrtl the mouth,
nr..! lonaequenlly little wna done. He
was Rlad to announce now that Itrltm
ti n km a succeas.
Senate file W was Indefinitely ixwt
poned on request of lt author. HavnoM
of Dawes. The hill removes reetrlctlons
from town of less than l.Mo HffevtifiK
riKht to Issue lionds.
Ornce of Harlan called up his resolu
tion for a submission of th removal of
the university to a. referendum vote, but
on motion of Cordeal It waa referred to
th Judiciary cdmmlttee.
Hartllng ot Otoe .sent. to. the desk- n
rtsolutlm of resjeot on the death of
Henry T. Clarke of Omnha, which was
A communication vtw received from the
tale meeting of county airtieaion In ses
Ion In the city protesting against the.
repeal of tho -Hnilth Iww of two years
hro, which taxml mortgager..
The first blllnup for final pasiago wns
senate file 28, HartllnK'a Bunday base
ball bill. On roll qntj It wwi discovered
that the bill' wu ,Me short of enough,
votes to. pns Jt with ' the tmercency
clause, -ond. a call- of". the senate was. or-
derert and (he, 'special chntest committee,
which wna. In Blon In" the basement,
was matted to the'scerie.' Three of these
voted for the bill and (wo Against, utv
Inar It the constitutional majority required
to nuiko tho" biff 30 lrtc "effect a soon as
passed by me hoiffo And al(nd V tho
governor. ' The vbte waa M follows!
I-'nr the bill: HartUnir..Bropkloy, Htishee,
Cordeal. Cox. Dodge. Oroisnian. Uair
mann, Hale, lleasty, Klechel. Klein. Kohl,
Krumbaoh, Macfnrland. IMaoek, llqlmrt
son. Haundpro. Smith, SplrK, Talcott,
Went, Wink, Wol.-2(,.
ARftlnst Xlrace..noksiatiM'of iancastcr,
Hoagland of Jilnv-oln, Kemp, Marshall,
Ollia. neynoUJa, Bhnmway. S.v
Absent HqmihcU., .
Hoagtand of, IJucoIn In explanation, of
his vpto, said ,hn bcl'lcvcil .tlio ,Ulll would
force base ball upon every" cqn)imml(y
In the state.
a V. CJt n bill by WoU of Dodge, which
prild"s fot adaiu-enn'iit nf as on li.r
supreme court rabndai wli'if temi"'
rar Injunction have l-en allowed, was
passed, ait was also . V M. bv HoaRtelid
of Kancter. which provides for reKU
latlon of eold storanc and aiehouees an'J
disposition of fod kept therein
IT HIilMI If ItJI IIHSU.VT tlllt8H5
Teleplione lniiilr (iiie 0fp I"
Prrmlt ('limine In Itesolnlliin.
(Kiom h Staff rorrwKMidcnt.)
MNCOI.N. Ib. S.-(8ieclal ) HeoBiise
he was unable as a newsler publisher
to ox pi e opinion he flcslred lo express
lecaue he Mad not the financial ability
to buck the oiioffltt'n. Srlpley of I)o1k
believes that the leglslsture slmuld In
vestlRHle the connection between the tel.
ephone compaillew of Nebraska anil the
newsmers In which they arc advertls- j
In. At least that whs the excue lie
save this moriiltiK for Intiodiiclnn a rcso-
liltloli tn brliw alwtllt thenvestlKatlori.
Cronlii of Holt, for twenty-five yea-s m
puhllslier. reeonted the Inmilt lo the press
of the state as Het out In the resolution,
and otheis did the same, while many vol
liiK'nanlnrt the Koster (notion to table
It. aiMiloiflzed for dolntr sn.
Slilplny's resolution seta out that tlio
newspapers have Imeu suliKlillxed by the -
ttlphonc "eomhlne" through advcrtlslns:
lor wnic'li iney nave pniu ibchi shims hi
money. Though the house refused to
table the resolution It went over nnother
day to give Shipley time to cut out tho
ari-usatlolia nun I list the press of the state.
Should the house adopt the rosolutlnu
the committee appoint! d will have powc-
2? ....Vn-t ..'(.
in supinion mo puniisners 111 nn nnni
papers and force them to tell Just ho'V
much money they have received fiom the
telephone ronihlne for advertlsliiK mutter.
Hlilpley, In a brief statement, said aitver
tiHliiK matter hud bevu sunt to the coun
try press and It had been published, b tt
not marked ndycrtlslpK. Several of tlio
members Insisted that Shlploy shouU
name the papers he has Under suspicion,
hut ho motion to that effect was made.
i,i;;,u. him. mkpohh hunatu
grossed for third reading 1
No 4R, by Saunders of ttouglas, talllns
for Inspection of nursery stock which had 1
ticen sent back to the committee for cor- ,
reetlon. was ordered engrossed for third 1
Kletn's bill. No. H4, tending to simplify I
the work of county treasurers, brought I
out a discussion by the ex-eounty treas- .
tirers. Klem. Keynolds and llrookley, but I
the IHH went to third reading flic.
Hplrk's hill. No. Mi. to releal the .law
restricting county treasurers to two years
was sent to tho scrap heap by a close
A bill by Uodge of Oouglas to prevent
forgery In the reproduction of rellca was
sent to third reading.
lteynolds' bill for examination of county
treasurers at least once n year was also
ordered engrossed. ,
IM'KIIKsT l. I Kit I CATION 1111,1.
Xlilpley's .Mennure (.Men Kverj- Tax-I
pncr ( linncc to Voir.
iKrom n Stuff Correspondont 1
I.INCOI.N. Neb. Kcb. p. -(Special.) -House
roll 371, by Shipley of Dodge,
amending the Irrigation laws, will came
quite n fight, as the matter of druinagj I
and Irrigation In Hodge county Is a verv
llvn Issue The objection to the bill ni
Introduced Is In the section which pro
vides that eveiy person who t to be
taxed to pay for drainage Is entitled to
a vote .Instead of one vote for every acre
owned, as at present. It Is set out that
the man with a town lot has an eoudl
aay with tlio man Who Is paying taxes
on Xf) acres. This, the opponents of me
bill say, Is unjust.
fult of a fight with butcher knlws a
the. Hoberts ranch ten miles from her
today. According to the report brought !o
Alma. Treleway and Kempher, em
ployes of Hoberts. began fighting and
Mr and Mrs. Itoberts were Injured In try
ing to separate them.
,M ensure Dulnir Atmy with Abstrnol
of Appeals on I'.rror Favored.
(Krotn 11 Staff Correspondent.)
MNCOI.N. Kcb. 6.-(8peclal.)-lmmedl-atnly
upon convening for the nfternoon
session the senate went Into cotvnlttco
of tho whole with Kohl of Wayno In the
chair, for the consideration of hills on
Somite fjle. 90, by PlacoU, oj minders,
providlng-'that nil any caso of nn nppeal
to the supreme court on error It Is not
.necessary to prepare abstract of tho
transcript of record, met with some op
position, IJunsty of Jefferson objecting, as
It would In Ills estimation encumber the
supremo court. He thought the court
should be consulted regarding it.
The opposition of lleasty brought out
some real oratory, the author opposing
what Senutor lleasty had said with much
vigor, claiming that W. per cent of. the
attorneys of the state favored the repeal
of Ihe old law. The bill wna ordered en-
Free Speech G-iven
Backset in Russia
ST. "PRTKItKUrrtO. Kob. 5. Those
who aro fighting for the privilege of tro
speech In the Duma received a severe set
back today when the Council of the Um
pire,- sitting as a high court, authorized
the proeonuUpn of a socialist deputy.
Kuznetzofr. for slander In connection With
a speech delivered by hint In tho Uumn,
In which he attacked a fellow member.
Tile same couit also "ordered a prulhv
Inay Investigation to determine, the do
greo of guilt of 3(S signers of an Interpel
lation which asserted that decisions pro
nouncing speeches of deputies libelous
wpuld leave no parliamentary Immunity
The senate simultaneously confirmed
the. verdict of a lower court by which tlio
rdttoi of a Polish iHipet It) Warsaw hud
been' found guilty of printing a steno
graphlo report of a speech In tho Duma
and thun exciting Tlusso-I'olish hostility.
Edoard Pelitier, High
French Official, is
Murdered in Home
PAltlS. Feb S.-Kdoard Peltier, a high
official of the Kierch Department of
Justice, was murdered In his residence
here today. A woman nurse, who was at
tending him, was alia killed.
The doublo murder Is believed to hav
been committed by an uneaptured accom
plice of the gang of nutomoblle bandit?
whose trial U now going on here.
It Is supposed that the crime wa.s h
Undcd as nn act of vengeance and warn
ing. 1'cltler wna, formerly chief of the un
real! of pardons at the ministry of Jus
tice, but had been In III health for some
time. Ho waa a man of considerable
He was found ihrangled in a chair In
his library. The nurse's body lay In ar
other room, where she had from alt ap
pearances been lucked to pieces with
An Investigation by tho police of th.?
young woman's past has. given rise to
the theory that she nnd tho murderr
were associated with the "demon chauf
feur," Hpnn'ot, nnd his gan?. It Is thought
she admitted tho murderer to the hoiiso
and he. after Htraugllng Peltier, made cr,
end of tho so)e witness. About J1.0O) In
cash waa stolen.
Iowa legMature today mets with the
same reception In the senate and Is signed
by Governor Clarke. The house voted for
the bill. 69 to 31).
The effect of the bill would be o
cut down the open time of the saloons
from seventeen to ten hours. Tho senate
is said to be strongly prohibition In sentl-mailt.
Mrs, Fletcher Heads
WASHINGTON. Kcb...6.-r-Mrs. Dyncan
Fletcher of Florida today was unani
mously elected president of the Congres
sional club,, composed' of Un wlvea of
senators, representatives In congress and
government officials. Vice presidents as
follows were elected:
First, Mrs, Frank O. Hrlggs of New
Jersey; second. Mrs. Thbnms H. Oore of
Oklahoma; third. Mrs. Henry A. Cooper
of Wisconsin; fourth, Mts. James T.
Lloyd of Missouri; firth, Alra. L. V. Pad.
gett of Tennessee; .recording, secretary.
Mrs. II. M Towner of Ibwa; correspond-
Ing secertary. MVs. J H. ftaker ofCall
fornln; treasurer, .Mrs. Fred Ponnctt.
Miss Pankhurst Sent
to Jail for Fortnight
liONDON. Feb. C Sylvia Pankhurst.
the militant suffragete loader, was sen
tenced to two weeks Imprisonment or a
fine of 110 at Bow street police court today.
The samn punishment was meted out
to nineteen other women who participated
in the raid on the House of Commons
under "eOneral" Mrs. Flora Drummond.
on January is. when the woman tried tc
force an Interview with David IJoyd
George. They were charged with resist
ing the police.
As Miss Pankhurst was led to a cell
today she shouted:
"I shall not serve this sentence."
This Is probably correct, as the leader
of the militants have become tired of Jail
and their fines now are Invariably paid
by some "third party" w'thln a few
Margaret James, a militant suffragette,
was today sentenced to six months' Im
prisonment at the Old Kalley sessions on
the charge of wrecking a number of
windows. She pleaded that she had broken
the windows for "the cause."
had offered but slight resistance to their
maddened linlmct All that kent the
horses from continuing through the plac
was the beer wagon to which thev were
attached nnd which caught In the wreck
age of the wall.
HAVANA TRUCK DRIVERS
TIE UP DOCK TRAFFIC
prh Hege to raise the olce or peace, a'
a time, too, when we are about to f
brate the 100th anniversary ot peace t. -tween
the I'nlted States and Great
HAVANA. Feb. B. A general strike of
truck drivers began here today, para
lyzing all freight traffic. The cause ot
the trouble Is dissatisfaction with cer- 1
tutn minor provisions In the municipal I
licenses the men are compelled to obtain
How (0 Avoid Serious
Kidney and Bladder Trouble
Cold Cause llcnlnc"ii" tnl (.rip.
LAXATIVB BROMO QUININE removes
the cause. There Is only one "BROMO
QUININE." Iook for the slguature of E.
W. GROVE. SSc-Advertisement.
FOUR METHODS OF
ALBANY. Oa.. Feb. 5. After taking a
drug and powdered glass, slashing his
wrist with a razor and shooting himself
below tho heart In an uttempt at suicide.
Gordon Flourney, secretary-treasurer of
the Albany Cotton mills, still lives. No
reason for his act is known.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Feb. 5. Congressman
Richard Bartholdt of St. Iouia todav 11
cepted the presidency of the Fourth nn
nual peace congress, which Is to be In (
hero May 1-3.
In a letter accepting the prcsldetv v
Mr. Bartholdt said:
"In the midst of war. It will be out
Tho seri6us forms of kidney or bladder
disease, such n Hrlght's disease, rhnmv
rheumatism or dread diabetes, can be
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lowing simple formula should be taken u
soon as first symptoms are noticed. Get
six ounces best gin. add to It om -ha f
ounces Murax Compound and one-hair
ounco fluid extract Huchu. Take one t
two lenspoonfuls of this mixture aft".
each meal and at bed time. It qui. k.v
stops back pains, rheumatic pains in tin
Joints, dizziness and other well known In
dlcatlons which show weakness of the
much worked organs.
Tlio Ingredients of this lormula can bo
"had In nnv well stocked drug store mvt
mo easily mixed. Be sure to use
pure Bin, also the genuine Mums (' 11
pound, which comes only in sealed .,
en tubes, as any substitute will not :
ueh good results -Advcrtisetneti
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JOIIN I. DROWN & SON, Boston, Masa.
WOMAN FINDS TEAM
OF HORSES IN PARLOR
RANCHMEN HAVE FIGHT
WITH BUTCHER KNIVES
At.MA, Colo,, Feb. 3. Oswald Trelowny
Is dead and Fred Kempher Is, perhaps,
fatally woundod, while Mr. and Mrs. Joha
I Uoborta are serloualy hurt, uh the
IOWA HOUSE PASSES
7 O'CLOCK SALOON BILL
DBS MOINES. Feb. 8. Saloon keopern
In Iowa will be pormltted to keep (nclr
places open only from 7 o'clock In the
morning until 7 o'clock In the evening f
a bill passed'by tho lower house of the
DISTRESSES OF INDIGESTION
KNOCKED OUT BY SAMUEL'S "3
t HICAGO. Feb. 5. -Well, the nerve f
some people's horses!" exclaimed Mrs.
John McCaron today when she rushu 1
.from the kitchen to Investigate a craah
In tho front of her home and found a
team of draft horses tramping on thu
The team had run away nnd the front
of the frame dwelling of the McCaroni
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