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TirR BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913.
2 Children's Dresses at Special Prices Children's white and colored dresses '2, 4, , G and 8 venrs regular prices $1.35, $2.00, $2.50, $.3.00 to $7.75, nt HALF PRICE. These nre soiled from showing, and there are only si few of each size. THIRD TZ.OOK Imported Pongee Dress Goods Eponge is one of the newest weaves and will make, up in to smart dresses for street and of temooui. wear. In all the shades of "inn, brown, blue and black. About the New Spring Dress or Suit Ydu Are Going to Have Made. All tho Now Dress Goods nnd BUke aro hero. With an early Easter It will greatly relievo our work room, and sccuro you bottor attention to order Now, If possible. Tho demand Is very great. We can book only a limited number. 11 16 HI- AND Chime and French Clocks Skillfully Repaired. EDHOL.M 10th fc Harney HuBarman rose up like a. little Riant ami wild, "Thla choir rules that the motion to table the amendment did not carry with it the bill, and Uie ruling will stand unless the hotiso otmiigea It." Then everyono got his breath and started out fresh for a second charge. Anirndinrnt l'roiiosert. Foster Insisted that tho bill should not lit killed by tricks and then Kuudsun ot in with an amendment. H proposed that no Sunday baso ball be allowed un less tho permlralon was granted by the proper authorities. That put the burden or. the ball fans instead of the upposl Hon McKlssick Insisted that tho amendment was not necessary and a bunch of others talking: at the sarofl time thought tho same thing and on equally largo bunch thought It was ncc rriary. During this confusion Chairman Bugarman was insisting. on the sergeant nt-artns making the members take tnrlr . scats. Harris and Stevens spoke for the amendment and Uollen proposed to amend the amendment by leaving the question to a vote 'of the people In tho towns and cities whether they have Dun day halt and preventing lt unless u majority favor It. Paltrier thought Doug las county should want, this, aa Its delo gallon favored homo rule, and Druestdow replied that Douglas county did want hurtle ruin for Its own people and for all the people, and he would support the amendment. (letting to the. Question.' Corbln spoke against the bill, .JVary talked far about ten minutes, when "Vnn Duesen interrupted to have tho chairman compel him to talk on the amendment. "I am Just getting to that now," ra plled Jeary, and away he went. Hardin created a diversion by aayinii Sunday base ball Is for the benefit of the national leagues, to give the owneia of teams a chanoa to bhd the people. Ho gavo out the Impression that if the bill passed the stato would be overrun with national league teams playing Sunday games for a' consideration. Trumula cot In with a story either to ktl! tho hill outright or to pass It and not to amend It to death. This was utter Stevons luA moved to prohibit charging for adnits'lun tt. Sunday games. Keckley took the nun ecstlon of Trumble and moved to strike out tho enacting clause, riiher moved an amendment to cut out the prohibition against fishing on Sunday and in Ha place Insert base ball. Ho many metnlwrs yelled at 'Fleher that he mado an lmian started speech In favor of Bunday base ball and alio In favor of Sunday fishing. Kccldcy tfi'en withdrew 'hie motion. .Amendment Peases. . While roost of tha members were de manding rtoocnltlon or yelling 3Usnrman put the Pollen motion and It was' cnrrlr t with, the ilaudson amendment. Then. Sweet Breath VMte Teeth A prf ct dMtiMt tr- ihu let eondluon Uut nut dsoay. Borat toovh (wiitr 1 nd putM mtralr Iuh Ik Wtlh Umporsrtiy tt da nat prarintnor mini Mia meaut 4a not dnirer ta tl nor Itmi bqi im i rocs rru othlr hftmhet lallltlu. u tr Mtur to INTUl nwMmWi tun M rtlr nlltt utd van r ii. MONOXIDE TOOTH POWDER or PASTE flirt m atranU chimltl sUaa-bt (tatty ud pltuuur slUa, poUilt ul chuu tha tMtti-dutre; nn at ib mntb sad tbfMt witlMplloUr jclMa. TXeir ellMt U tetfc ntnihlat aad tal. kleiteiid cannot scratch snct or bitteta the bmI Undir ( U Tlrr left ' trilllmrx p to si) high .tttadtfUec punt sad loUBUae effld nrr. Km IrtrfUU !iT It, r wi'll tsd II pci tn. direct frooa or IiorlorU t rwar latin. Ky we sill tree s ropr ( The Out ot Um ImIIi," by AiMitofc (!. suitCMtaitariMat and year sttdra TDK MONOXIDE CO.. Dearer, Colorado DKOWN'i IkV Bponchlnl For CongHs AaexnnentrcEMJy. Prce 1 ran opiates. In tmoTcrtOyeanu 25c. COc. tl.Ca Sample rra. J OUT I I.EROVVN & SON. Boston. Mi i. . ... i.ji i-JAmic 1 UU r t UUlh. I MAI UHliKAUHti ru aucc u bate, liuuui, naiatcM and eta ! Uncaor Oat a paakao ot MuUMr Ony'i Alio-XATIC-U&AK, lit el.oant root and bub cure fur all ItilMy. h'.Mtr and Urinary trouble. Whan you lad all rs down. tint, vrak and without aarfr a thla racaartabU combination ot natsra's serba and rooU. As a tonka UziUti it baa no aqual. 3lMlw Orar Aromalte-wut la ald br Druc tu or atnt by mall lot 10 cU. Sample atat riUiH aedtaac, 7t leather CUar Co.. Un ILau H T. X SXSW-HBE7 S Lavender Top Hose 50c a Pair We have just received a new shipment of those ?plcii ,did Silk Lisle Lavender Top Uobo S0c a pair. Try tJioiii once, ana me sniisiaciory Service they give will nmko you another . pleased pur chaser of more. HOWARD ST1 1 1 when other amendments were about to bo put Drucsedow moved that the commit tee arise and teport progress. This car rled, 67 having favored It. Tho clerk or the committee of the whole spent the noon hour hunting for tho progress to re port. H. h. 311, by Palmer of Clay, to prevent drinking liquor In automobiles or other vehicle on the public highways or In alleys was recommended for passasft without debute. I ' IIOUHH CIIANOHS ITS MI Nil I nrrnimlilrrs Illll for I iiinnmnR . Amendment. (Krom a Staff Correspondent) i.muui.N, i-ci. jw.-iBpociai.j-i no . nouso wickcu up touay anu rcconsinorea Us action In killing on third reading the b(J tBken ln lhe Mexican capltol before IJollcn proposed amendment to tho con- the Dlaz revoiut0n can be accepted as stltutlon providing that publication of comptely successful. Ambasador Wll tho lamo should bo by circulating gon Rnd the other members of the dlplo pamphlets Instead of publication throuKh mat(o hody 0f the Mexican capital will newspapers and providing they arc immediately recognize General Huerta as adopted when a majority voting on the tho jefBcto leader of the temporary amondmont voto In the nflrmatlve. government. This must be done that It then refused to reconsider Its action figr, representatives may properly in killing Druesdow's replevin bill, which joo)t aIter the Interests oC their own poo Koster tried to get It to do, even though' plo- jjut what will follow that action Foster voted to help out llollen. Mockctt- mut bo determined by tho developments InslBtrd tiut tho clerk glvo tho house a list of all bljla killed recently so every one would liavo a chanco to sccuro u reconsideration, but the motion lost. It cost tho taxpuyot $1,000 almost to kill tho Uollen bUl yesterday ana a gooa Bum today to reconsider Its action AHK TO ' ifAVC! II I I.I. PASS (Jrocrry Mt-ii of Htntr In Knvor of Wuftr ICxrmptloit l.niT. LtNCOI.r, Keb. lS.-tBpeclaD-Vtlefe-' gallon Qf abput 100 retail Kroccmne.j from umaha ana ivincoin ana soverai other smaller cities of tho slate appeared tmfora the senate Judiciary committee at a nvinru iiiii nftemnnii to ask for the passage of senato fllo DO), which provides for tho gamlihment ut S5 per cent or the wages of worklngmen who ere heads of families, sutd wagis due or to be due to be gurnlshable under the act PflRMPR PRPQirtPMT flP I Wlllllk.ll lll-WIWk.II I Wl CHARLES CITY COLLEGE DEAD MABON CITY. la.. Feb. 19.-(BpecluU- News has been received in this city of tho death of Prof. J. F. fllmch, ttto first head of the German Methodist col lege at Oiarles City. He died In Mil- wuukeo from cancer ot the stomach. He graduated from tho German college nt Ualona, 111., In 1B71. He then taught In Milwaukee. Utter he was associated will: Prof. Wernll In a normal school at In- Mars. In ISM he became president of tho Charles City college, remaining thero until Wi when falling health compelled him to resign and he went Into Milwaukee and entered business. He leave a widow, five daughters and one son. One of his daughters, Mrs. Menke, is tho wife of Rv, Fred Menke, pro, fcBJor ot philosophy In Nanking uni versity, China, Edwin, tho son, Is an In structor In the University of Chicago. Frank E. Hlrsch, a brother, Is pastor of tha Dayton Bluff church of St. Paul. ' I . WIFE OF GRAND ISLAND an nnniTPn niwnnnr MAIM UrtHN I CU UlVUnOC MARSUAMrOWN, la.. Feb. l.-(Spo-clal.)-Mra. Elizabeth D, Clark was to day granted a dlvorco from Andrew J. Clark, formerly of this city, but now- living In Grand Island, Neb. A settlement and division of the property was ar ranged out of court a'nd the dlvoorco was not contested, Mr. Clark brought eult on statutory grounds. Clark was a former grain broker of this city and Is wealthy. It Is said Mrs. Clark received alimony of Sa.v.009 in the MttlemenL. lotvn Ncvta Nulrs, CRESTON The death of two long. time residents of this city occurred Monday morning. They were Hat 11 f lilgglns, aged 77 years, and Mrs. liar- barn K. Davis, aged 79 years. Mrs. lilgglns had lived here for moro than thirty years, and Mrs. Davis came Jierc with her husband before the. Burlington railroad was built to this place. LOGAN A practical demonstration In pruning will be given In the Paul Lovel orchard near Ixrnn by Prof. It. Hvrrlck of the Department ot Agricul tural Extension of Ames In the near fu ture. The Ames instructors are gtvlnsr citizens of Harrison county valuable In structions In all that relates to the farm and farmers ure not slow to take ad. vantage of the opportunities. OTTUMWA Extensive preparations .are oeing maae tor uie thirty-sixth an nua) state convention of the Young Men'r i Christian association, which opens here Friday, February 21. Tho convention will continue over Sunday, when two bly meetings will be held. One United States senator, four International uisoclatlon workers, a noted minister and the Mood" quartet of Chicago are among thV participants on the well-llllwl program-' Senator Kenyou Is expected to make aii address at the Friday evening banquet If he can Possibly leave vhin.tnn '.Frederick H. Rindge and P. K Ober of 1 New York City, two International secre i tnrla n rs tn Vim nmn,n , .a the meeting, and Karl Bhumaker ot Chicago and J II. Shoomaker of Wood land Farms. Wis., are also to have busy parts In the meeting. Dr Ijiclus C Clark of Mason City will give the con vention address. Tho singing will be under the leadership ofC- B, Wills of Milwaukee. IIUERTA SENDS WORD TO TAFT (General Announces that He Hai j Taken Charge of Affairs. WILL NOT RELAX VIGILANCE tnltr.l fltntra llrallr.ru that Confln- Krnllnn Jinx Ilrrak Oat Again nt Nonir Other Port of the Iteiinbllc. WASHINGTON. lb. U.-Presldont Taft today received tho following tele gram from Vlctoiia.no Huerta, Mexico's provisional governor-Rencrnl: 'I liavo the honor to Inform you that I have overthrown this government, th forces aro with mo and from now on ptaco and prosperity will reign. Your obedient servant. "V1CTOIUANO HUEMTA, "Commander-ln-CrJef." Although Its plans remained set for no tion In case of emergency the United States today was distinctly relloved at the overnight news from Mexico telllu? of the abdication of President Matlcro and the apparent settlement of tho civil war that haa swept the capital Itself. Preparations for eventualities, however, wera not relaxed. It was recognized thnt readjustment In government was filled with danger and no orders were Isiued that would halt tho movement already begun. Gathered under the avowed declaration that they were to be mobilized for prac tice with the Atlantic fleet at duantun amo, Cuba, 2,000 marines will be dig nnlnliBil r. .1... t.r . - n4 l 1 1 . I ww. unless there Is good reason for their ri- call. The Navy department denied that It had Issued any orders in any way setting aside the original plan of action. Although the tension has been relaxed, tho altitude or tuo aamtnisiration re mains ono of great caution In dealing with a situation which, it Is realized, contains elementary danger to tho rela- Uon of the two countries officials realize that any outword ex hlbltlon at this stage, either of condo icnce tor the fallen Madero regime, or in tin faction In the accession to Power of the new military party, might be auickly ...,,, ,, Mexican neoDle and do I much to nrotumce tne status 01 Amen - in Mx1cn , HI WW" www Vnr lho Drescnt. the attitude of the .. d.DI.rtmeiit will be one of keen ob- ptftttlon nnd non-interference, Rler.s of HrttVor imnortanco remain to ot tho mmedlato future, for their must be gU,stantlal evidence of tho perman ,nca .n8 new government and Its abll to bring peace out of the chaos which nBg prevallcd in Mexico, before political recognltloti lnay bo extended In a way the situation In Mexico no approaches that In China, where tho dtatd department has withheld formal recognl .1 f 4v. ntww rAtitiHlIn until the nro vUlotM, Rovernmont has been replaced by a permanent conllt"iionai govern. iTient Events arq moving sc rapiaiy in .... l.l l..vr lli.t It Is r"" - " 'recognition soon can bo : V . - extended. Oilier Ilrlielllons, Twd factors, mat must uo taken into accoifnt are the probable course of tho urozoo-oaiaxnr rcvumuuia m mo ....... and the Zapata rebellion In tho soutr. for If the leaders of these movements, as threatened, hold out against the niw Huerta regime, another period' of dis orders and suspense Is expected. .lll. I ..ol ..rllnn. for the dispatch of force to Mexican waters or nearby points, such as Uuan- tanamo, have been relaxed, sufnclent data has been gathered by tho strate glsta of the War and Navy uepartments to afford material for an Interesting study of the new scheme of brigade or ganlzation of the army. It la bcllevoa the results have tieen eminently satis factory, showing ft marked increase Jn the mobility of the land forces as coin pared with the conditions cxlstln as re- cently as two years ago, The cost of the rapid military movement ot the last week has been consldernbls, The demands on army funds probably will Involve an appeal to congress in the closing days of the session for an ur gency deficiency appropriation. Americans Will Stay. Americans who fled In terror from Mm lc City to embark from Vera Cruz for the United States are cancelling tnelr bookings on steamships. Consul Canada continues, to supervise the work of caring tor nj refugees. Consul General Shanklln at Mexico Clt I reporis in answer 10 inquiries inu m I following Americans ore safe; Jefferson D. Smith and wife, William Prim Wood, Archey R. Wood, Wesley A, Price and family, Fred Bhelton, 11. Mackleman and wife and It. A. Dellma. Ho says Horace Whlttlesay and family aro at Vera Cruz, Miss Ellen Hoffer safe with friends at Santiago and F. Staral and wife of Coahulla also are sa.' Sidney Sulverland, who was slightly wounded, left for the United States Sun day night via Vera Cms. Events In Mexico have caused ohange In the orders to the First brlgad In New York state and the Fifth brlgado, mostly In Texas, to be In readiness for foreign service. Nor have the orders to tlx. big army transports, which sailed yesterday from Newport News, been amended. The three army transports, Kllpatrlck, Sumner and McClelland, are proceeding to Galveston, where they are due Saturday nlilit or Sunday. The army transport Meade will carry out Its orlg nal Instructions to aid the Prairie in con veying the 2,000 marines from Philadel phia to Guantanamo, and they should De enroute within the next twenty-tour hours. The American Red Cross today cabled VM to the United States consul at Vela Cruz to bo used In providing food -ar1 shelter for the refugees there from Mox lco City. Nrrr llonil Pays Expenses. CRBSTON. la.. Feb. l.-8pecial.) The receipts of the Creston. Winter-set & Des Moines new railroad for the first month of operation, which closed February IT, morn than equalled the expenses of opera tion, met the Interest on the bonds and left a neat surplus for the company. This was far In excess of the company's ex pectations. It antlclated that the road would be operated at an expense for the first few months. The new cars ordered by the company recently, are 'expected htxc thla week Key to the Situation Bee Advertising, MADERO IS LOCKED UP IN THE ARSENAL; BROTHER EXECUTED (Continued from Page One.) the concluMon that the good offices of this nation were preferable to the wanton destruction of property and awful loss of life which had been occurring, with neither sldo gaining any apparent ad vantage. Ilnrrtn Is tlovrrnor ttrnrrnl. After tho arrest of President Madero, Oeneral Huerta declared that ho would deliver the position to anybody who waa legally named. It Is understood that spe cial elections will be called at an early date to select a successor to Madero. In the meantime Huerta will assume the post of governor general, nnd has ap pointed General Dlonquet military com mander of the federal district. All this was done without the agree ment and knowledgo of Felix Diaz. Gen erat Huerta played tho bold stroke of taking Ulaz at his word, given some days ago, .when he said he was not fighting for personal ambition, but merely for the re moval of Madero. News of Hucrta's coup was Bent to Diaz through the American embassy. It was very late nt night before the final peace papers were signed by both parties. The first official act of General Huerta in his new capacity was to send notifica tion to the American ambassador as to what had been done. The note asked Ambassador Wilson to advise Preslderit Taft and the members of the dlplomatlo corps that the battlo had been closed, thus ending the danger to the lives and Interests of foreigners. Amerlcnn an Intermediary. Huerta asked the ambassador t'j permit his office to bo used as a channel for negotiations with the rebels In tho effort to hrlnir about a complete understanaing. Ambassador Wilson replied by agreeing to act as intermediary and an exchanga f notes was begun which terminated in complete accord. The formal transfer of troops from the rebel zone took place early this morning. In the meanwhile tho government lines had been removed and the heavy cannon dragged back to headquarters. The election by congress of General Huerta to the provisional presidency of Mexico Is regarded as practically certain. It 'Is said that ho will appoint Francisco iM la Harra his minister of foreign af fairs and General Manuel Mondragon his minister of war. Mopdragon was Diaz's chief lleutennnt at tho arsenal. Proposed Nrvr Cabinet. The cabinet, It Is believed, will be com posed as follows, subject to the ratifica tion ot congress: Forclgh Frnnclsco de la Harra. War General Manuel Mondragon. Flnance-Corlos G. de Coslo. Fomento Alberto Gil. Interior Alberto Garcia Gronades. Justlco Hodolfo Tleyes. Public Instruction Jorge Vera Esternol Minister of Communications David de la Fuente. To every govornor throughout the re public General Huerto today sent tele grams relating what had occurred. Ten days ago another telegram was sent to the same governors by Francisco Madctti telling them the revolt hud been sup pressed and that .Felix Diaz waa a fugl tlve. All military commanders In Moxlco haye b.een asked by Huerta to .Invite all tha rebel bodies In their districts to unite with them. Tho federal commanders will Inforru .the rebels of the developments In the capltol and .assure them that general elections will be hold soon. Iloilolfu llcyen Still Alive. The conclusion of hostilities in tho capi tal revealed today that rtodolfo Reyes. who waa reported a suicide, la still alive. Ho waa wounded during an action In the neighborhood of the palace and has since been a patient In one of the Red Cross hospital a. About 130 students of the military school at Tlalparo, who were Implicated in tha plot for the liberation of Dlas from prison. and Imprisoned br Madero, were released today by order of General Huerta. The attltudo which Zapata, the rebel leader, will taka toward tha naw regime. la "problematical According to a mem ber of tho Madero household, Zapata, two days ago, offered, tho services of 4,000 of bis followers to President Madero for use asalnst Dlax. It has been stated, aparentty on good authority, that Presi dent Madero had previously sent Zapata, 100,000 puios to coma to his aid. HuertA decided today to send troops to Cuernavaoa In order to prevent that city being occupied by Zapata. HUERTA UMPOPUIiAK. IN NORTH Ileltef mt Jan re a that Iln Cannot Control Bit nation. EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 19. Whllo rejolo InX at tho overthrow of Madeto, rebit agents hero and Diaz sympathisers among tha Mexican army officers at Juares ex press doubt of tho ability of General Huerta to handle tba situation. Doubt was expressed after press dispatches saying: that General Dlax bad accept o-l tbo Uourta claim to tha provisional pres idency. Huerta Is not popular Ia northern Mex ico, his administration as commander of tha northern military sono having re sulted In much feeling between officers and civilians. "We will sustain the existing govern ment, "declared Colonel Juan N. Vas quex. commander at Juarez, when asked today regarding Ills position. Speaking as Veil tor General Antonio Rabago, from whom he had received notice of the change of national govern ment. Colonel Vasquez .continued: "The army wllli maintain order and sustain the acknowledged, government. All Is quiet in the north and I believe will remain so. The army Is bound to sustain whatever president ts named, be It Francisco Villa. Inez salazar or any STOPS FALLING HAIR Thin Homemade Mixture Stops tho Hair from FallfhgfOut and Makes It Grow. To a half pine of water add: - Bay Hum , 1 ox. Uarbo Compound ' a small box aiycerlne tJi os. These are all simple Ingredients that you can buy from any druggist at very Ilttls coat, and mix them yourself. Apply to the scalp once a day tor two weeks, then once every other week until all tha mixture Is used. A half pint should be enough to rll the head 6t dandruff and kill the dandruff germs. It stops the hair from falling out, relieves itching and scalp diseases. Although It Is not a dye. It acts upon the hair roots and will darken streaked, faded, gray hair In ten or fifteen days. It promotes tha grout h ot the hair and makes harsh hair soft and gloasy. ther bandit " lie made no direct refer- nee to General Hucrtnt However, trouble at Juarez and other points In the state still Is threatened by the vblunteer troops. Their officers, many of them former Insurrecto leaders under Madero. are expressing their faith in tho ousted president. Nearly half of the 1,0(0 troops at Juarez aro volunteers. It Is pointed out by rebel agents here j that the claim to tho provisional nrcsl- ency of Emlllo Vasouez GomeS made some days before the Hucrtn revolt i gainst Madero will complicate matters i seriously. Vasqucz Gomez now Is In the rebel camp below Juarez with general Inez Salozar, recognized commander of the , northern revolutionists. In view of ; HUertas unpopularity, especially among - - ... ... I tho rebels, the Vasquez Gomez program, they say, will -stand better chances of being accepted by Salazar, In the north, Zapata In the south and the many other rebel chiefs already In arms. The plan outlined by General Diaz to appoint the. provisional president at a congress of revolutionary representatives, met with approval here. Uut the naming of General Huerta without any repre sentation from the northern and south ern rebels Is unexpected and will not In crease the popularity of Diaz. Mndrrn Is Prisoner. Francisco Madero, forced from tho presidency by the coup d'etat of two of his generals yesterday, Is a prisoner .to day In tho national palace. General Vlctoranlo Huerto, who had been commanding the Madero forces against the rebellious troops under Gen eral Felix Daz, has been proclaimed provisional governor-general of the re public. General Aurellano Dlonquet, who aided in the overthrow of Madero, Is pro visional military commander. These arrangements have been agreed to by General Dlax and the ten day's battle which he has been waging with the federal forces appeared today to be over. Throngs of men, women and children seemingly gave popular approval to the sudden chango In affairs by crowding the big square in front of the national palaco and deliriously shouting "Viva" for the three principals and for Manuel Mondragon, who has been conducting the Dlax military operations. Mlnlactr'a .Ilrothrri Shot. The demonstrations of the night, how ever, were not without serious disorder. 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Each man was guarded by two soldiers. I The ministers of tho cabinet were given p" over nigni. Senor Juan Asconla, prlvato secretary to Madero, fled during tho night In an automobile. Tho deposed president will " ircmcu win nil consiueration ny those who have him within their power. It Is declared. General Huerta promptly des- . , r. n V, . ... w-w . .. w rw 1 ' n r patcneu a message to Mrs. Madero, as suring her of the personal safety of her husband and declaring that ho would be well treated. HEAVY FALL OF SNOW IN COLORADO AND WYOMING DENVER, Feb. 19. A heavy snow In Colorado and Wyoming yesterday and last night was followed today with pre dictions by the government weathor bureau of a continued fall this afternoon and tonight and falling temperatures Snowalso was predicted for New Mexico tonight or tomorrow. DEATH RECORD Fnlrtmrjr Vrtrrnn Dend. FAIRBURY. Neb., Feb. lD.-(Speclal.)-The body of the Into Moses T. Hedges arrived In the city from Newton. Kan.. 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