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TJIE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1913.
Navajo Indian Rugs
"Wo have just reooived a shipment of guaranteed
genuine NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS, which are now on
special salo in our basement. Those NAVAJO INDIAN
RUGS (formerly called blankets) are mado of native
grown wool, by the Indians on tho Navajo Reservation,
about 150 miles northwest of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Navajo Indian RugB aro pre-eminently tho ideal floor
covering of modern homes. Thoy are attractive, durable,
alike on both sides, lie flat on the floor, and are easily
handled and cleaned.
Here is an opportunity to secure a genuine Navajo
Indian Rug at a specially low price. Evory rug is dif
ferent. Prices range according to size, quality and de
sign, from $3.00 to $50.00 each.
See them in our Basement and Howard St. window.
COMING Oroat cleanup
successful January business.
JJ5' AND WKKm' HOWARD 5T
SALARIES BILL INTRODUCED
Measure Makes Slight Inorease Over
Two Years Ago.
BAHK EXAMINERS ABE RAISED
VoxtT Employe of Irrigation IJoeurd
Also alrn AflTHOc On Job
, Is AbollattaA ana Another
(Prom a Staff Correspondent)
UNOOLN, Neb.. Feb. KWBpeolal.
JXha general salaries bin wai lnb-oduosd
In the house this afternoon by the
The bill total 1SS3.200. against a total
of tMHttO two years ago. In tho bill in
troduced, however, no appropriation la
made for tho normaJ aohoola, because It
la. expected theae Institutions will be
cared for In a bill pending.
Two years ago this appropriation
amounted to tar.OOO. Governor More
head passed on the bill and endorsed it.
The committee refused to create any
more places in the labor commissioner's
office and declined to make a recom
mendation for an Increase for the chief
The recorder in the office of the seo
retary of state on tho recommendation
of tho secretary is reduced from $1,200 to
11,000 a year, and that of stenographer
is Increased from 1840 to 11,000. No ap
propriation Is made.' for a chief clerk
In the office of the Insurance commis
sioner. Tho stenographer and cIotJc. were In
creased In the oftjee of tho treasurer
from 1840 la l0 cnoh. . The recorder in
the office of tbo- land commissioner is
ctceretfsed from SLEW to JUW a year. Tho
delinquent clerk Is' decreased from $1,000
to $900 and tho stenographer is raised
from $S40 to $900 a tar.
Bunk Kcnnilnrr Raised.
The batik cxamlnera nro raised 120Q a
year to $2,000 each. The seoretary of tho
Irrigation board gots a booit from $1,000
to $2,(00. and the assistant from $1,100 to
$1,800, And two under secretaries from $$00
to $1,000 each. The superintendent of the
orthopedic hospital Is raised $200 from
H.S00 to $2,000 a year.
The state school superintendent secures
a now assistant agent at a salary of $W0;
the assistant superintendent at the Kear
ney industrial school Is raised from $1,100
to $1,200 a year. The salary roll of the
institute for feeble-minded is out $750 on
tho recommendation of the superintend
ent. The iead of the tuberculosis hos
pital is to pe a physician at $1,800 a year.
Tho industrial school at Mllford gets a
raise of $200.
The total increase amounts to'$S,900 and
X)ti ACCOUNT OF KOUL URBAT1I
My, woa.ul Why Don't
Ton Bare Haass Care That Catarrh?
If you continually k'hawk arid spit and
hero 'a a constant dripping from the nose
mo the mouth, tf yo.i have foul, disgust
ini; breath, yuu have Catarrh and 1 can
Alt you need to do Is simply this: Fill
out coupon below.
Don't doubt, don't argue! You have
vtrythlnir to caln. nothing to lose by do
ng as I tell you. I want no money Just
your name and address.
fhit coupon U good (or on trUI !(
pf Qiuii' I'omblued Catarrh Cur, nulled
free, la plain picks. Simply (111 la yur
mm and addreta on dotted lints bWw and
O, 32. OATJSS. 4070 Mala Street,
salo of Silks, aftor a most
See Sunday's papers.
the decrease $2,00, leaving a net Increase
Following is a comparison of the two
bills, 1M1 and 1918:
Governor $ 11,050
Adjutant general ,6
Labor commission 4,680
Keoretary of state 19,080
State auditor $8,880
State treasurer w... 16,780
State superintendent 9,280
Attorney General 19,080
Iand Commissioner...... 28,280
(Department Hanking,,;. 32,400
Doard of Irrigation 11,200
dame and Fish Com 11,480
Charities & Corrections 3,000
Supreme court 108,880
.District Judges 252,000
Hallway Com 40,000
State Veterinarian 0,000
'Food and Drug 8.280
Doard of equalization,,,. 8,200
Normal schools 827,000
Orthopedic hospital 21,130
Feeble Minded institute.. 18,100
Asylum. Norfolk 16.400
Asylum, Mncoln 19,700
Asylum, Hastings 30,200
School for blond 16,800
School for deaf 38,200
State public school.,.,... 9,000
Hoys' lnd. school 10.300
Girls' lnd. school.. 6,400
lnd. Home, Mllford 9,480
O. & 8. Homo, Q. 1 1S.1W0
H. ft & Home, Mllford.. 6,60
Hoard of Health 6,280
Lg Kef. bureau 7,680
Library Com 8,300
Htato printing board 2,000
Historical society 10,920
'No appropriation is made in this bill
tor food and drug department because
pending legislation wilt combine this with
another . department. .No appropriation
is made for charities and corrections for
same reason. No appropriation Is mado
for normals because of pending legisla
tion for a three-fourths' mill lump levy.
No .total Is" given for tubercularjospltal
In 19U because It waat.hctluihp sum.
The,1 wescnt salary "roll law Increased
$3,009 as 'specified. V) ' C ' '
House Repeals Law
. (From a Staff Correspondent,)
LINCOLN, Feb, .-(Speclal Telegram.)
The house this morning passed tho bill
providing for tho repeal of the law au
thorizing tho taxation of mortgages. Thu
bill has already been killed by the sonate.
Representatives of the express com
panies operating In this state appeared
before the houso commlttco on revenue
ana taxation this morning In opposition
to the Hmltli bill providing for a 2 per cent
tax for local purposes on the gross rev
enues of the companies,
The measure has already passed the
senate and tho attitude of the house com
mittee, as shown nt the curings, Indi
cates that It ' will bd recommended tor
passage in tho house.
Before the house committee on tele
graph, telephone and electric companies
representatives of tho telephone compan
ies opposed the Fries bill requiring the
construction of stub linen to connect ex
isting exchsnges when a given number of
patrons agree to subscriba for the service.
LAAVMAKKUS HONOR LINCOLN
(o to Ills Statue nnd Let Mnnpsliot
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 12.-(Bpec!al Telegram.)
The memory of Abraham Lincoln was
honored today In Lincoln, probably more,
than on any previous anniversary of the
birth of the great emancipator.
The members of the house and senate,
whllo In session, and capable of doing
business, took a recess and marched to
the Lincoln, statue on the capital grounds
and grouping themselvra around the fig
ure, permitted themselves to bo photo
graphed. Lincoln. In life, probably never found
himself In such distinguished company,
and the legislators are sure they paid
great respect to his memory by allowing
their pictures to be taken round his
bronze figure. The action of tho legls
lature was a triuute or statesmen to a
statesman of a generation ago.
The legislature did not authorize copies
of the photograph to be sent to relatives
of the deceased or to the national con
gress, which proposition may come up
Heretofore legislatures have contented
themselves with merely listening to ad
dresses on tho life of tho civil war prest
dent, but so far as the records show,
never before did a legislature conceive
such a brlllluiit Idea us the one carried
out to keep the memory of Lincoln
fresh in the minds of the people. Talk
on the life of Lincoln were not pre
served In the records of tho two bodies,
but the plates from which the photo
graph will be printed may be kept for
an indefinite time, and on the walls of
the parlors of members, there may hang
for ages, the photographs, showing the
great honor conferred on the most be
loved and modest of presidents.
TO IMtKVIJNT TIIK tilllx'.
LAXATIVK BriOMO QUININE removes
the cause. There Is only one "OUOMO
QUININB." Look for the slguature of tt.
W (MOVE. itc.-Advertisement.
The Fersrstent and Judicious yso of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
AGREE TO WATER BOARD BILL
Senate Orders Saunders .Measure
Engrossed for Passage.
0IVES MANAGER $5,000 YEAR
Connty Treantirrr Shall (let Nnthlnrr
Extra for Herrlnrr for Water
Ilnnrrt Otiialdr Plnnta
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 12.-(Bpeclal.)-
The senate at the afternoon session at
once went into committee of the wh
with Placek of Sounders In the chai
and took up the consideration of senate
file 17, the Omnia Water board bill.
It had been understood that the Dcvt
las county delegntlon hod settled all dis
putes over the bill and that theree would
be no fight on the floor.
Hon'evere, It. U, Howell of the Omahs.
Water board stood in the lobby an In
terested spectator and kept his mother
eye open for any storm which might
Some minor amendments were made to
the bill, among them o ne providing that
the general manager should devote his
full time to the board nnd receive a sal
ary of $5,000 per year.
Another amendment struck out the pro
vision for a salary of $000 per annum to
be paid theo county treasurer as treas
urer ex-offlclo of the eWater board,
The amendment which caused the con
troversy provided that outside parties
could not put down and operate wells on
their own premises was finally Inserted.
This amendment was intended to hit the
South Omaha Stock yards, which had
been getting wateer at about pumping
cost and had put in Its own system.
The bill was ordered engrossed for
mils Acted Upon.
The following bills were engrossed for
third reading in committee of the whole:
8. F. 17, by Saunders of noun-inn KY.
tends water district of Omaha to Include
territory outside city limits.
8. F. 132, by Ileasty of Jefferson-Provides
for anDolnlmi.nl nf fmnr.i nf -
nmlnors to exatnLno nirntal and physical
condition of all i,,nte wards and to pro-
vum ior ineir sterilization.
S. F. 127. bv Itnnolnnfl nf T InKnln
Amendment to civil endn AitthnH.ino- th
changing of assignments In civil suits.
a. . , ny lloagland of Lincoln-Provides
that In damage suits against com
mon carrleers burden of proof Is on the
S. F. 149. by Heastv of JfrrnPrn.
posed constitutional amendmcent pro
viding that right to be heard In all civil
cases in a court of last resort shall be
regulated by general law.
B. F. 179. by Hoagland of Lincoln
Lengthening torm of Jail so ntences fol
lowing conviction for bootlcegglng from
thirty days to thiee months.
8. F. 178. hv Unaulntnl nf T.lnnlr.r..-
vldes for a record .n saloon remonstrance
B. F. 214. hv Ifnnirliiro r.' T I n,.nn
vldcs that no Judgment shall be set aside
or annulled In criminal canes on grounds
of misdirection of Jury or legal error un
less ueienuanvs guilt is doubtful.
YRI8ISII WOULD FIX IIATRS
Htm Amendment for Minimum IJlec-
(rlo Llnrht Chnrsre.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, ' Fob. ' 12.-r(8peclal.1-Hoii!ie
roll 630, by Smith of Douglas, a measure
of great Importance to Omaha, places' tho,
power to make rates to be charged by
electrics light and power companies': li
the hands of tho State
sfon. Four years ago a bill .yftaif Jrtj-fii
jluccd giving the railway commission :u;
thorlty to fix rntes for electric Jlght. and
gas companies, and the measurer had the
backing at that time of some of the nub-
llo service corporations of TJricoln, against
which tho local people were making- a
John O. Telser camo down from Omaha
this morning with ail nmondmont to the
bill, which If adopted ho says will make
It of g'eat benefit to the people of Omaha.
This amendment provides a maximum
rate of 10 cents per kllownt hour for elec
tricity. The present rato Is 14 cents In
Mr. Yolser has gathered statistics from
many cities of the country, and the rates
run as low as of a cent per hour, nnd
In many of the cities tho rato Is 2 or 3
cents a kilowatt.
Colonel Y6lscr said: "As It Is now one
gets a cheaper rate If he uses more elec
tricity. After I have burned my lights so
many hours I get a cheaper rate, but this
does mo no good, for I cannot uso enough
)lghts to get tho cheaper rate. 8o tho
small user Is charged more than tho
heavy user, when tho only difference In
the cost of the electricity Is In sendlnc It
over the wires, and that amounts to very
little. If the legislature adopts tho
amendments so that the state commission
cannot permit a charge of moro than 10
cents a kilowatt hour I believe the pronto
would have no objection to placing these
corporations under the control of tho
state commission. That would still give
the consumer an opportunity to mnko a
showing for a lower rate."
7 he bill Is In tho hands of the commit
tee on corporations,
One Olvca Tomtn of Over Si, OOO Cone
(From h Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 12. (Special.) Tho
house passed tho following bills:
'n.18' ,,y 'rain ot "OUBltts-Pormlt-tlng
villages where no newspaper Is pub
llshed to post notices nf olnciinn n nt.
H. U. 14, by Fries of Howard Public
road to be thlrtv fnt wlila an irw
wide for 300 feet at bridges.
ii. ii. us rroviaing towns of over 2,000
may have commission form of govern
ment ll- hy -H8 of Howard-Prcscrlb.
Ing the duties of county surveyors.
ii. ii. i j, Dy r nes or Howard-diving
power to county surveyor to summon
witnesses to help locate old corners of
H. It. 40, by Hardin of Harlan Repeals
the law enacted two yeara ago for the
taxing ot mortgages.
M. . &. oy Keckly of York-Civil serv
toe for state Institution' nmninv..
IIK' . by Richardson of Lancaster
.uuhiik ii u iciony to sell uotm or i.uot
H. R. 92, by Norton of Polk-Constltu.
tlonal amendment for an Income tax.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. Ij.-Frederlck D. (larl
ner, a St. Louis millionaire, who signed
the bond of J. H. Harry, convicted of con
splracy In the alleged McNomara dyna.
mite plot and released yesterday from the
federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan., to
day signed the bond fo Paul J. Morrtp.
another alleged conspirator. Morrln's bond
Is for $30,030. The bond will be taken Im
mediately to the United Btates circuit
court or appeals at Chicago for approval
A former' bond for Morrtn signed by
four men woa not approved. Gardner
listed property said to be worth $100,000,
I AMERICAN WOMAN
KILLED IN BATTLE;
(Continued from Pago One.)
In order to reply to tho flro of a federal
battery stationed there.
The rebels strengthened their position
by placing more men and field guns on
the Young Men's Christian association
building, commanding the arsenal
against which the government troopi
continued to direct a terriblo ,flre from
their artillery and small arms.
Shortly before D o'clock a shell tors a
hole through tho Iron shutter protecting
tho cable office and fell Inside. Porter's
hotel and American club, In both of which
scores of American visitors and residents
are gathered, are In the direct line of
Another heavy shell struck a building
In front of the cable office at about 10
o'clock, ripping away a comer of the
The Mutual Life Insurance building was
set on fire at 8 o'clock by a shell from a
rebel field gun. It Is a four-story struc
ture on the corner of Clnco Mayo and
San Juan De Letran streets.
The fire at the Mutual Life Insurance
building has been extinguished, but
much damage has been caused tho
structuro by shells.
Tho cable office has again been struck)
by many shrapnel shells.
Itnttle Resumed Knrlr.
Federal troops reopened the battle at
C:35 with a light artillery flro. The action
soon became general, all the artillery on
both sides being brought Into play. Tho
cannon fire was augmented by sweeping
salvos from the machine guns, while
the Infantry came Into action with vol
leys and individual shooting.
The contending federal and rebel forces
occupied this morning approximately the
eamo positions on at the beginning of the
Felix Diaz, the leader of the rebels, ap
peared to, be prepared to offer resistance
whenever tho commander of the govern
ment troops saw fit to resume hosttltttt-s.
An effort made by the federals to Isolate
the rebels from their water supply was
Ineffective because there are a number of
artesian wells In the portion of the city
occupied by the rebels.
According to reports from the rebel
lines. Felix Dlas utilized the night hours
In further fortification of tho positions
he had taken) up and which even yester
day had proved strong enough to with
stand the attacks mado by tho govern
The federal force was strengthened
during the night by reinforcements nf
both artillery and Infantry. The new ar
rivals took up positions along the streets
leading to the scene of battle.
Like n flrent Armed Camp.
The streets of the capital during the
hours of darknes had the appearance of
a great armed camp. Sentinels challenged
all passcrsby at each corner. Soldiers of
all branches of tho service slept on the
pavemonts, while large numbers of horses
were tethered In the groat Alameda park,
many of the cavalrymen lying down be-
Ip many parts of the city the electilc
.wires were cut by bullets and this re-
suited InlQUK stretches of almost oom
p(eteda'rVhRs. Thousands of residents
to4ic,rtdV8ntago of this to escape from tho
xojeof "danger. The exodus began In the
eaytioflrs of the night as soon as the
pcoplo realized that firing had temporarily
Aj number of robberies prompted by the
withdrawal of police proteatlon were re
psYtQd arid boys and men took great
risks In looting the ruins of the houses
which hid been battered by the artillery.
'Commerce "has been utterly paralyslzed
since Sunday, The fronts of all the stores
are boarded up, giving tho streets the
appearance of long canons.
All Food I Scarce.
A few residents who were able to do
so, Immediately after the Incursion of
Diaz Into tho city, hurriedly stocked their
homes with provisions at the high prices
prevailing, but the poorer people were
unablo to pay the prices demanded and
As an example of the increased prices,
charcoal,- which Isused as" fuel by 90 per
cent of the people, has risen from 60
cents to $2 per sack.
For many hours after the opening of
today's battle tho artillery fire ot the
federal troops did not uppear to dq great
damage to tho rebel positions. Diaz soon
brought his heavy guns vigorously to
bear. He mado every effort to dislodge
the federal riflemen and- machine 3tiii-
ners from tho higher buildings. At tho
same time he directed a constant fire Ion
the new National theater, about which a
considerable portion of the federal artil
lery was stationed. In this latter effort
ho was fairly successful.
At about 10:30 there was a virtual ces
sation ot firing, but this was due pro
sumably to tho troops changing position,
as neither sldo hnd at that time won a
Try . to Recover Jail.
Tha federal troops at ono moment made
a valiant but inerrectlvo effort to obtain
possession of Delem Jail In the neighbor
hood of the arsenal. The followers of
Felix Diaz repulsed their vigorous attack
and then released a portion of the pris
oners, some of whom they Incorporated
In their ranks, arming them with rifles
from the arsenal's stores.
The group of Zapatlst as commanded by
Alfonso Miranda, who entered the city In
the night, worked In conjunction with
Diaz, but Instead of atemptlng to Join
htm, adopted guerilla tactics and caused
great trouble to the federals.
A most speotaculard display of artillery
fighting occurred In the center of the
city, The federal cannon were In action
In San Juan da Tetran street and Just oft
Juarez avenue, in locations midway be
tween the arsenal and the national palace.
Some of the rebel shells reached the
grounds ot the palace.
RIOTING IN ' CHIHUAHUA CITY
Streets Filled with Slob Shouting;
Vivas far Dl,
EL PASO, Tex.. Feb. lt-Rlotlnr broke
out lout night In Chihuahua city, the
rioters shouting "vivas" for Felix Dlex
revolution, say passengers who arrived
here early today from the stateoapltat.
It was not learned whether the federal
garrison had revolted.
Passengers reported that aa the train
passed through Chihuahua a surging mob
ALSO JrWELRY.-By Exports
All Work GuaU4
filled the streets. Volleys of shots were
heard from the direction of the Interior
Chihuahua Is the headquarters of Gen
eral Antonio Itabago, federal commander
of the northern military zone, and 2,000
federal troops are stationed there.
No account of the Chihuahua outbreak
has been conveyed over tho telegraph
line, which are strictly censored and the
federal commander at Jaurez denies all
knowledgo ot the affair.
The passenger train arriving here to
day brought 200 American refugees, most
of them from the Casos Grandes district
The passengers report that near Monte
zuma, on the Mexican Central, an at
tempt was made by 109 rebels to dyna
mite the train. The dynamite was 'dis
covered on the track, however, by the
small body of troops guarding tho train
A skirmish between the troops and the
would be dynamiters, resulted In the cap
tt.ro of eight rebels, one of whom la at
Swede from the United States. The rest
of the rebels fled.
Telegraph communication below Juarez
was cut late this morning. Much anxiety
Is felt here for tho safoty of the large
American colony at the state oapiUl,
which normally Is a city of 30,000 Inhabi
tants, more than 2,000 of which are foreigners.
Aged Woman llloirn from Ued.
LYNCHBURG. Va., Feb. 12.-Altho'lt?h
Mrs. George M. Jones, a wealthy woman
80 years of age- was blown out of ht-r
bed last night by a dynamite explosion
which wrecked her home, the shock did
not harm her. Tho police say It Was un
attempt at murder.
INTERVENTION NOT FAR OFF
(Continued from Pago One.)
afford refuges to Americans and other
President Taft and the cabinet firm
in their determination not to land Amer
ican troops in Mexico unless the most
dire necessity forces It
Ilrlande Ready for Service.
The first brigade of the first division
of the army, about 3.000 strong, has been
ordered prepared for "expeditionary serv.
Ice." It is composed of the Third lnfan
try at Madison barracks and Oswego, the
Fifth infantry at Plattsburg and the
Twenty-ninth Infantry at Fort Niagara,
all In New York.
This organization has Just been brought
Into existence as part of the scheme of
army reorganization and Its responsive
ness to the call for foreign service may
be regarded as a. first practical test of
tho value of the new system.
The first brigade will entrain for New
port News, Va., only In the event that
tho preparatory orders Issued this morn
ing are followed by orders setting the
troops In motion. Within twenty-four
hours after such an order It Is expected
that the most distant organizations within
the brigade will arrive at Newport News,
Major General Aleshlre, quartermaster
general today, followed up the orders to
commission the army transports at New
port News by directing the lKimedlate
aiisembly of food supply, wagon trans
portation and other equipment for troops
on foreign service.
The transports are at Meade, McClel
land, Sumner and Kllpatric. The Mc
Clelland Is the smallost with capacity for
300 troops; the others are able to carry
about 800 men each. Thero Is no doubt
that the four can easily accomodate the
entire first brigade ot the first division,
constituting the advance guard ot an
expeditionary force of fifteen thousand
men, available for foreign service lh ah
Second Expedition Planned.
Galveston, Tex., would be the port ot
departure of the artillery forces and some
cavalry, In the event that It were neccs
Bory to follow up the first brigade. The
original Intention was to employ the
four army transports named for that
purpose, after they had discharged the
first brigade on fqrelgn shores. But,
this will be done only in case it Is found
Impossible to secure the merchant marine
ships to carry the artillery and cavalry.
Jty, orders Issued by the general staff
this' morning the senior military o"ff,lcer
pear Galveston begdn immediately to get
In touch with merchant ship owners to
see what could be gotten od short
Tho State department made public to
day the substance of telegrams received
over night from Mextco. Ambassador
Wilson's report was confirmatory of tho
To Renew Complexion
(From The Dermatologist.)
Jf the excessive user of cosmetics only
knew the Impression her artlflolallty
really makes upon others, she would
quickly seek means ot gaining a natural
complexion. Let her acquire the mer
collzed wax habit, discarding make-ups
entlroly, and she will soon have the kind
of complexion that women envy and men
aamiro. u s so easy to get an ounce ui
mercollzed wax at any drug store, use
nightly like cold cream and wash It off
mornings. And the results are so remark
able. Gradually the Uteiess cuticle pels
off. In almost Invisible flaky particles. In
a week or so there's a brand new com
plexion, clear, velvety-soft, of glrllnlt
color and texture. The treatment is bo
simple, harmless and marvelously effec
tive, the wonder Is that every woman
whose skin Is withered, discolored, rough.
chapped, rreokiea or pimpiea, nas not al
ready adopted it.
Let wrtnkiea women quit pastes and
massage creams which mar tho skin still
more ana try tnis more sensioie treat
ment: Dissolve 1 os. powdered soxoltte
In H Pint witch hazel; use as a iaco
bath. Every line will quickly disappear.
SAVE MUCH MONEY
Instead of so much meat a great many
Omaha housekeepers are now servlngj
"iflnnesota" Macaroni twice a week. I
They say the men folks ore not only I
glad to sea them save the meat money,)
but like the delicious nut-like flavor of
"Minnesota" Macaroni much better than I
To those who do not know what a big'
difference there is in macaroni as sold
at the stores, the rich, delicious, flavor of
"Minnesota" Macaroni will be a revela
tion. It la four times, as nutritious as
beef-steak, is much easier to digest and
costs only about one cent a dish.
Try the handy "Minnesota" Cut Macar
ont. which is out Into uniform pieces It
cooks more evenly and is quicker to pre
UDC "Orsndmotbcr itacd it (or her
MNu. hafalra. folher uaett 1 1 fnr her
i SOOTHING1 ount mother. T.re.Gentr.tlux.
DVD n ii owu in utM. ii aciien
dTHUr th Qua. It Allan the PaU.
It Relitrw Wid Colic Aad it
ia the Bast Raanady for IafaatlU
OUrrtMMa. Favorably known
aiU toU all ovar tho world.
news dispatches. Mr. Wilson estimates
that both sides were equally balanced
numerically, Madero and Diaz each com
manding about 4.0M men. He states that
while four American wore reported to
Itavc been Injured, none were killed.
Northern Mrxlrn Unlet.
Consuls at Laredo and Knsennda rpntt
all quiet In their sect'ons. Under x
structlons from tho State department
Consul GujHiit at Knseneda securod the
release by the Mexican authorities t
Tijuana of the American, Rankin, u'io
was wounded by a sentry, and V has
been sent across the border to the hos
pital at Han Diego, Cat.
Secretary Stlmson had an early t-o.ifer.
dice with President Taft in the Write
Douce proper during which ho advisel
the president of the preparedness ot tho
army to carry out tho p!ann formulated
"There Is nothing new to be said," he
dtclared at the end of his talk with th
president. "The situation Is the same as
Tho Twenty-ninth Infantry, headquar
ters, and the Third battallqn arc at Fort
Jay, Governor's Island, N. Y Tho First
battalion Is at Fort Porter, Buffal6, nnd
the Second battalion Is at Fort Nlagtra,
Youngfltown, N. Y.
Wehrtmkn Best to Vera Cm.
Some changes In orders to commanders
of battleships on their way to Mexico
wero made later by Secretnry Mycr after
a conference with his naval aides. Rear
Admiral Fletcher, commanding the second
division of tho Atlantic fleet, with his
flagship Vermont, was ordered from
Guantanamo directly to Vera Cruz1 with
tho battleship Nebraska. This supplants
previous tentative orders to tho Illinois,
New Jersey and Rhode Island nnd puts
two admirals with the jnavy force on the
gulf coast of Mexico.
Second Conference Heidi
Secretaries Knox and Sttmson went In
conference further with President Taft
after luncheon nt tho White House. It
was announced Secretary Stimson, who
had planned to accompany the president
to Philadelphia tonight, would remain In
"Washington to be In close touch with
the situation and keep the president In
formed. At the close they said they had re
viewed the situation to President Taft
and there was nothing new to announce.
Secretary Knox also decided to forego
the Philadelphia dinner to be at his office
and consult with Secretary Stimson
throughout the day and night.
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