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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 101ft.
New Crepe Fabrics for Spring
Ohiffon Orepe, in beautiful i
printed designs, 20c a ynrd.
Kimona Crepe, in new but
terfly designs, all colors, tit
25c a ynrd.
Figured Silk Crepe, plain
colored, with silk figures, at
ilOc a yard.
Canvas Ratine, rough
weave with hnirline stripes,
25c a yard.
Specials' '-3d Floor
Children's sweaters to
clean up a lot of odd sizes in
colors, grey, cordial and
soiled white; we have made
"o lot, regular $l.25,$1.50
One lot regular prices,
$2.25, $2.r0, special, $J.4.
One lot of children's white
and colored dresses, mostly
flll 3 and 4 years, at half
HOWARD iH AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
(Continued from Page One.)
Mexico City. Railway officials declare
the Laredo route will be opened shortly.
Cnrramii Still DefUnt.
UAOIiH PASS, Tex., Feb. 27.-Oovernor
I arranxa of the state of Coaliulla today
sent a messenger to the Associated Press
representative at Eagle Pass with this
I wish emphatically to deny all reports
to the effect that 1 am dealing with
tie so-called Iluerta government and to
state further that I have no Intention
ever of considering any sort of a com
promise. Governor Carranza said that General
Iluerta could give him no explanation by
what right he claimed the presidency of
Mexico and that he (Carranza) would
stand out for the constitutional govern-,
ment against all orders.
Colonel Carranza today held Pledraa
Xtgras, near Eagle Pasa. There had been
no fighting and there seemed no Imme
diate prospect of any.
DEL rtlO, Tex,, Feb. 27. -The Carranza
revolt proceeded without fighting today
In the section of Mexico adjoining -this
place1. Twelve hundred refugees from
Las Vacsa and from Mexican ranches
near the border are In Del Rio waiting
until the Carranza men shall come
some time today to "capture" Las Vacas.
There la not a sign of preparation for
resistance there and none la expected.
Meantime the refugees will wait on Amer
Oovernor of Sonorn 1'Ires.
DOUGLAS, Arlt.. Feb. 27,-The border
state of Sonora today Is without an of
ficial head. Governor Maytorena Is
making for the border and Is expected
to cross this afternoon.
Ite Intends to submit hla resignation
from thts side. The 'stato has hud no
vice governor since the death some years
ago at Los Angeles of K. D. Gayou.
Advices received here today say that
as ytt the state congress has not ap
pointed a provisional governor.
Serious rioting was expected last night
at Hcrmoslllo, but only a few street en
counters between mutinous volunteers
and fedcrnl regulars occurred. Most of the
state troops and cx-lntiurrcctos have cs-
aped to the hills.
Frontcras, a town below this point,
which volunteers saptured yesterday, was
reoccupltd today by regular federal
troops The mutineers took to the hills.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC HEADS
ON THEIR WAY TO NEW YORK
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27.-Presldyit
William Sproule of the Southern Pacific
company and Vice President William F.
Jlerrln. head of the company's legal de
partment, left today for New York, where
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If your stomach is tn a continuous
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Please, for your sake, try Diapepsin. It's
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fear It's because Pape'a Dlapepstn
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Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape'
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DID YOU EVERBDRN
CLEAN HOT LABTIKG.
MtCAFFREY HIS. 60.
Cotton Costume Ratine, in
nil plnin colors, at 'J.k' a yard.
Burton Bros.' "Now
Cloth," a I'oinbinalion of
oropo and ratim, all plain
shades, L'oi' a yard.
Krinkle Crepe, in stripes,
woven, colors, at 15c a ynrd.
Remnants of wash goods,
Friday, at 0c a yard.
Special Sale of
Gingham Dresses, 98c
.lust rccelvod, another large
uhlpment of tlrcBsos mndo from a
good quality of gingham In plain,
Btrlpcs, checka and plaids. On
alo Friday, 98c.
Klnal Clearing Sale of Ladle'
IrcRliig SaniHc. values to $1.25,
Children's bath robes, values
to $3. DO, Friday, 79c.
Children's coats, 2 to 4 years,
values to $5.00, Friday, $1.50.
Knit shawls, values to 75c, Fri
day 19c. Toadies' handkerchiefs,
regular 12 He values, 5c, or 50c
they will confer with chiefs of the Har
rlmnn system. Their departure follows
hard on the heels of the California Stati
rtallrcnd commission's doclslon denying
an application made under the Union Pacific-Southern
Pacific jilan of dissolution
approved by Attorney General Wlcker
sham. Wilson to Be Given
Reception at Ames
Twelfth of March
AM EH, la., Feb. 27.-(Spoclal.) -Secretary
James Wilson of tho Department nf
Agriculture will be tendcrefl ii horn J
coming reception" by the people of Iowa,
his nattvo state, March 12 it ttv Iowa
State college at Ames, whero hn was the
dean of agriculture until appointed to the
cabinet sixteen years ago. Great plans
arc being- mnde for tho reception by
Deans Curtis and Stanton of Ames, wno
comprise the committee on banquet, guest
and program arrangements appointed by
President llaymond A. Pearson of tho
Iowa Stato college. Tho governor and
officers of stato will bo on tho program
and prominent men of national ntlalrs
will be Invited. Secretary Wlls..n toip
graphed Dean Curtlss today that tho date
settled on by the college committee waa
wholly satisfactory to him and .that he
will bo here. ,
CALLAWAY HEARS TALK '
OF A NEW RAILROAD
CALLAWAY, Ncb Feb, ST.-tHpecUI.)-
Durlng the last week thero has be-n cor.
slderable talk about the extension of Ihe
Kearney A. Black Hills branch of tho
Union Paclflo from Stapleton west In the
spring. This lno was last year extended
from Callaway to Stapleton, a distance
of. about forty miles, and now thnre Ik
talk of It being extended from Sfiplctoi!
west to some point on the main line weit
of North Platte. There Is also talk that
a line will bo built starting- from Colum
bus or Central City and runups up h
Loup valley, connecting with the Kear
ney branch at Callaway. It U stated that
thla move on the part of the lallroad
people Is to shorten Its lino from Omaha
west, and If carried out will give h
shorter route by about 100 miles.
For some time past farmers wh. reside
northwest of Callaway havo nad calves,
and pigs killed by what waa oupposed to
have been a pack of dogs. It has been
learned, however, that dos hud nothing
to do with It. Guy Wiitklns, who rwtdes
Just west of this city, yesterday took his
threo greyhounds and lnvadid tho terri
tory, and as a result his dogs caught an1
kllUd a largo gray wolf. The animal is
about twice as large as a coyote. It was
chasod several miles beforo aclng caught
1 the dogs.
' Mrs. n. 13. nrega of this city has re
eelved a wire from Washington, D. C
stating that an order of the Daughters
of the American Revolution hat been
granted the right to organlzo In1 this city
and that an organizer wilt bo here soon
to complete the work. This is the first
order of thla kind within Custer county.
anil It will have a membership of fifteen.
none or whom are direct descendants of
BEFORE RETIRING BOARD
WAMiiiNUTON, Feb, !7.-Urlgadler
ueneral h,. Steever, at present com
mandlng the second brigade of the cav
alry division, with headquarters at Fort
Bliss. Tex., has been ordered before a
retiring board because of falling sleht
Colonel Wilbur E. Wilder of the Fifth
cavairy, us senior officer, will be In
temporary charge of the brigade.
WYOMING HOTEL MAN
SHOOTS WIFE AND SELF
UllBTENNH. Wyo.. Feb. fl-CruiM
from the effects of liquor. John Haxen, a
Keeper or a hotel at Black Buttes, Wyo.,
asked his wife If shn wrn ufi-al.1 n .ii.
' and receiving an answer In the negative'
, a(e yMteniav -hot her .!,! n .i,.
; aml then turned the gun upon himself
i witti ratal results.
BC7.HMA CtJUKIl I to to :tn ntv
The Paris Medicine Co., tCt pins street.
Bt, wuii, mo., manufactures of Laxa
I tlve Bromo Quinine, have a nsw ,nd won
derrul discovery. OROVE'a 8A-NARS
CUTIS, which thtjr guarantee to cure
any case of ECZEMA, no matter of ho-v
long standing, In 10 to 30 days, and will
refund money It It falls. GROVE'S SA
NAItE CUTI8 Is perfectly clean and doss
not stain. It your duruggtst hasn't It.
ssnd us 60c In postage stamps and It will
be atnt by mall. Adv.rtlaernsnt.
Persistent Advertising Ii the Road to
STORM DELAYSTROOP TRAINS
Movement Toward Galveston Tem
porarily Halted by Snow.
WILL NOT CHANGE PLANS NOW
Inillrntlnn of Xrrr TriuiMr In
.Nnrthrrn Mexlro Make Imnrnc-tli-nlilr
ny Ilerinrtlnn In .
Force- JVrar the Border.
f'HICAGO. Feb. 27-The troop move
ment to Galveston has been checked by
Inclement weather, according to reports
received here today at army headquar
ters. A section of the Twenty-seventh
Infantry was five hours late getting out
of St. Louis early today, while another
sertlon was delayed several hours last
night by. a washout at Jackson, Mis.
Severe snowstorm In the west have Im
peded the progress of a large number of
The Sixth cavalry at For Des Moines
made a belated departure today. The
only troopn ordered out which have not
yet moved are four companies of the
Twenty-sixth Infantry at Fort Hrady,
Mich. It Is expected that they will get
away by night. Several carloads of com
missary supplies were dispatched from
this city to Galveston today.
Will Mot Chimpr Pinna.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. The appoint
nwnt by President Iluerta of a new am
bassador to tho United States In the per
son of Emlllo riabaso Is expected to have
the effect of bringing to a speedy Issue
the question of recognition by tho United
States of the provisional government of
Mexico, Up to the present time the rela
tions between the two governments have
been on a de facto bnsts and the admin
istration has not been committed to s
political recognition of the Iluerta gov- k
. . , . 1. . . 1 . ( I .1 tl'll.nr. !
ernincm. huiiuukii iiiuui.riii,wi . new.,
frrely litis transacted business with It.
Now that the threatened revolt of Gov
ernor Carranza of Coaliulla, actually has
taken form, the military authorities heio
have concluded that It Is yet too early
to carry out their plans for any consid
erable reduction of the American mili
tary force on the border. Secretary Stlm
son has assured the senate committee on
foreign relations that precaution hns been
taken to prevent the entry Into TexaH
of raiding parties of Mexicans and If nec
essary somo of the troops now being gath
ered at Galveston to make up the second
division, at least temporarily, will be di
verted to patrol duty on tho Texas bqun
dary. If the reports from the American
officers on the north side of the line, and
tho American consuls In the border state:)
of Mexico, show necessity for such action.
Ask Protection for (Junxnlm.
A telegram appealing for protection fr
Abraham Gonzales, civil governor of the
stato of Chihuahua, Mex., was rccelvod
today by Senator Fall of New Mexico
from J. G, Follansbee, an American hav
ing1 largo property Interests in the state.
Gonzales has been supplanted by General
Rabago, acting as military governor, un
der tha authority of President HucrU.
The telegram to Senator Fall read:
"Abraham Gonzales In gravost danger.
Please do all you can for him."
Senator Fall said he would make no
representations to tho Stato department,
"but 'appealed to the press."
Storm nt Fort Crockett.
GALVESTON. Tex., Feb. 27.-A heavy
squall of wind and rain early) today swept
over Camp Crockett, where' the main
force of the second army division will
mobilize. Two thousand men were awak
ened to braco their tents, a few of which
were blown down. Major General Carter,
In command of tho division, (s scheduled
to arrive with his staff late today. News
dispatches tell of troop trains all over the
southwest rapidly converging on Galves
ton. HOUSE VOTES DOWN
BILL TO MOYE STATE
(Continued from Page One.)
I to the wound and having gotten over
hla first auger he Is satisfied he will not
havo a stroke or go mad. unless he hap
pens to eee the dog again.
AIM'OHTIONMKNT It 1 1,1, IlISSUUKI)
HufiBlnnil Mnkra I'len thnt Pnlla
llsok Action of Hennte.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 27.-(8pcclal.)-Sonate
File No. 317, a bill to legislate Undo
Moses Klnkald out of congress and legis
late certain aspiring and perspiring
statesmen In, came up before tho senate
this morning on reports of committee and
waa sent to the legislative garbago can,
but Just before noon Hnagland of Lin
coin county, who denies that ho Is after
the shoes of the aforesaid Uncle Mose,
discovered that the bill had been killed.
and consequently Senator Wink, chair
man of tho committee which had accom
plished the deadly act, was asked to call
for a withdrawal, and after a speech of
Senator Hoagland and a plea for a viunro
deal and some other things, the bill was
ordered recommitted to the apportion
ment committee and nary a senator made
a chirp against the act.
This bill was supposed to have beet
especially Interesting to Placek of Saun
ders, who it Is said aspires to seivj his
district In congress, and as the senator
was absent on account of sickness tha
matter will probably be held off Intll he
car. be present.
ni.oonuou.Nus ini: not slki'tiis
llonae Members Itrfuse to Admit
Competition of Own .Knts.
(Krom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 17. .(Special.) The
house had a lot of fun this mowing be
fore It killed House Roll No. 196, which
provides for the registration of blood
hounds. The house Is very jealous of Its
reputation In the detective line, so nat
urally when it came to recognlzelnc offi
cially bloodhounds as sleuths there was
strong opposition to the bill. One speaker
referred to the Jealousy existing between,
tho Plnkertons, tho Hurnses and other
detective agencies, therefore he had to
oppose tha bill.
As a matter of fact, the house detec
tive bureau killed the bill, for It foared
officially to recognize the bloodhound as
n trailer of criminals would affect the
standing of tho house sleuths,
i . - i
WOLZ UIVRX A CLEAN DILI.
Senate Decides Korntnlly in Favor
of Doilarr Member.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb, t7.-(Spolal.)-In,
the senate thla morning, besides the
contest from Douglas county, which waa
decided In favor of Senator Grossman,
tha VanHorn-Woli contest report waa
filed, the committee finding that there
was not sufficient evidence to warrant
counting the ballots over again by the
commute, and Senator AVolz wos Riven
a clean bill of right to continue his seat
with the honorable body with which he
has been cloln bitslness the last two
Senate file M. the bill with the "on
again, off again, eutne ngaln" record.
Introduced by ftattllng of Otoe, and
which provides for full crews for switch
engines, came up again this morning and
iHissed. This Mir was killed yesterday
morning and lates, referred back to the
senate for another vote on motion of
Splrk. who had voted against the bill.
The vote against Jt yesterday was four
teen to "eleven. Today It went through
swImmhiRly. receiving eighteen votes for
to eleven against. Those who voted
against It yesterday but voted for It to
day were Klein. Kruniabrh and rtobert
son. Thohe who were absent yesterday
and voted for It today were Cordeal.
Hoaglund of IJncoln. Kemp and Wolz.
Senate file Ml. by Macfarland of Doug
las, providing for mod leal school Inspec
tions; senate file 236. by Smith of Soward,
providing for registration fee for auto
mobiles; senate fllo MS, by the same
author, providing for the construction uf
permanent automobile roads; senate flic
atO. by Ileasty of Jefferson, providing for
regulating electric utilities, and aenato
file 317, by Krumbach of Polk, .providing
for redisricting congressional dlstric,
were all Indefinitely postponed on com
mlttco reports. Later the latter bill was
recalled and referred back to the com
mittee on apportionment on motion of
Wink, chairman of that committee.
Tho following bills wero passed:
kLJ' 15r.b; ,c,,ry of I-ancostei
Amendment to IJncoln charter.
K F. 39, by Bartllng of Otoe-Provldlng
for full crews for switch engines at dl
o.'w'i V' 73.'. by Shumway of Dlxon-lndlan
ciiii-ii t-uuiJK Mil.
liHO.MHMAN (JUTS TUB HK.KT
Sriintf Dispones of l)oiiRlns Count,
(From a Stuff Corrcnpondnct.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 27. -(Special.) - The
Douglas contest matter occupied tim
greater portion of tho session this morn
ing, when tho majority and minority re
ports were rend. Senator Grossman being
An attempt was made to shut off Hontr.
land of Lincoln, from talking on the
minority report by a motion of Ollls, call
Ing for tho previous question, but the
senator from Lincoln, whtlo barred from
a dlascusslon on the motion to adopt the
minority report In placo of the majority
to eject of what ho desired to say In
an explanation of his voto when the roll
waa called. Hoagland had spent all day
ycBtorday In Omaha gathering data for
Ills speech and ho did not relish the no
tion of tho opponents of his report, which
b.o styled aa the "brutal majority" shut-
ting him off. Both reports showed a
condition of fraud In tho precincts under
tho cloud, but neither of them connect
Senator Grossman with any knowledge
of the frauds.
When Ollls of Valley moved the prev
ious question after a motion by Hoag
land of Lincoln to substitute tho minor
ity report, Hoagland Jumped to his feet
and accused the "brutal majority" of
using unfair tactics In a matter, which
It was so Important to tho people of the
state, should bo given as much publicity
as possible jiud desired to bo put upon
record as opposed to sucn meinoas in
"We have, a right to discuss this mat
ter, one lir which tho stato has been so
Interested iri," said he. "Tho atato spent
thousands of dollars a year ago to try
and get to tho bottom of fraudH In Doug
las county, and now when Ije have un
disputed cvldcnco to these frauds, tho
senato trios to shut off oxposlng them."
A roll call was demanded on the motion
for tho prevloua question and the motion
carried by a voto of 21 for to 9 against,
Bushee, Dodge, Hoagland of Lancaster.
Hoagland of Lincoln, Kemp, -Marsnan,
Reynolds, Saunders and Shumway voting
In the negative. Grossman and Wolz not
voting and Klechel and Placek absent.
The ovte to adopt tho majority report
was carried, Dodge, Hoagland of Ian-
caster. Hoagland or uincom. onunuerH
and Shumway voting no, with PlaceK,
who had been excused on account of
UlneBS, absent, and Grossman and Wolz
1IOUSK KOR HTORAC.K HIM.
Refrigeration Measure PnMft Lcnvcr
Iloily of Leirlslntnre.
. (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 27. (Special.) The
house passed the following bills:
II. R. 188, bv Hardin of Harlan Cold
'ullTo0' furnish Justices of the
peace with statutes and stationery the
same as glvon to county officers.
H. R. 134 To permit voting by those
not at homo on election
if. n u7To trlve the State Rallwny
commission Jurisdiction over the water
power of the state. i
H. R. 33 Appropriating a deficiency of
I15.WJ ror me orinopeuii.- niiiiui.
n Ti. SOI Regulating the construction
of fences between adjoining property
II. R. l'roviuing ior iiw rcsiiruun
of bloodhounds, waa aeieaieo.
S. F, 28. tho Sunday base ball bill, came
up. but went over until tomorrow when
someono said the amendments adopted
recently were not In the files,
(JHO.SSMAN HIM. IS REKKIinUU
Preferred Mtorlt Under It May llnve
tFrom a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Feb. 27. (Special Telegram,)
Grossman's stockholders bill providing
that holders of preferred stock may have
voting powers was the aubjoct of a dls
cusslon thts afternoon In the senate In
dulged In by Grossman, Dodge and Mac
farland all of Douglas county. Smith of
Seward said according to a statement
made by Mr. Woods of the Lincoln Tele
phone company In a hearing before th
miscellaneous corporations committer
recently, tho majority of the stock of the
Lincoln company was preferred stock
owned by the American Telephone an-1
Telegraph company and that If such wa
tha case. If the Grossman bill became o
law, It would place control of tho Lincoln
company In the hands of the Rell people
and he was opposed to It. The bill was
referred to the Judiciary committee.
1M.ACKIC ll.l. WITH I'NKIMONIA
Sanntlera County Member MnUlnir
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 87. (Speclal.)-Penator
B. K, Placek of Saunders Is very 111 with
pneumonia at tho IJncoln hotel. Mrs.
Placek Is with him. The physician In
attendance reports him better today and
looks ror no serious results from the
I'tli'M Man fnr llridK Hills.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
w,wi.. fd. si. (Special.) C. J.
Hurlbut of Utlca appeared before thi
committee on roads and bridges laat
night, favoring the passage of the Smith
bills known as ti. F 235 and S. F. 6.
Bought the Entire
24-26 EAST 46th STREET, NEW YORK
Who retired from buiness
Mme. Osborn catered exclusively to the most fashionable sots of New York City
ami numbered among her patrons many of tho most prominent women in New York
society. IJer establishment on 4Gth street was long established and all fabrics and
trimmings in her stock were of tho richest character. Our purchase comprised her
entire stock including
Exquisite Silks, Velvets, Laces,.
Dress Trimmings, Etc.
Many of these fabrics wero imported and selected abroad with great care by Mme.
Osborn personally. In this stock Avere not only goods in bolts and pieces, but many
unmade robes and scores of finished costumes and gowns designed by Mme. Os
born in accordance with authoritative, style dictates for spring 1913.
At Less than One-Half
Madame Osborn's Prices
See the Briliant Window Displays on Sixteenth Street
WATCH THE' DAILY PAPERS FOE FURTHER PARTICULARS
BROTHERS G0 TO PRISON
Two Des Moines Desperadoes Will
Serve Light Sentences.
HAVE BRIEF METEORIC CAREER
line f Them Hemes snooting; or
Clinrllc Thompson, 'Crime (Jcnrr
' nlly I.nld nt Their Door
Movies Snll to He Cnnse.
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Feb. 27.-(8peclal.)
Two young men, the Southern brothers,
started for prison today to serve llfo
sentences Imposed for breaking and en
tering a residence. Tho heavy sentence
was In reality because It Is btllevcd they
wero principals In a scries of daring
holdups nnd rcsponslblo for the shooting
of moro than one person.
Tho oldest of tho boys said on depart
ing'. "I am glad I am going. It's all
over with now, and I am ready to begin
time. Wo pulled off thoso robberies and
got caught. Well, there is no help for !t.
Tho only thing we can do lg to tako
things ns they come. But there Is ono
thing I would like to say beforo wo are
sH sm HiA.ss .V .CssWsT J
TTfYrTTi A V march
put in prison. Me and nddlc never shot
Charlie Thompson. We will deny that to
Ono o.' the brothers Is married and
leaves a wife and child. Their downfall
Is believed to havo resulted In part from
POLLARD CALLS FRU.T MEN
TO E0RM ORGANIZATION
IJNCOLN. Feb. 27. (Special Telegram.)
E. M. Pollard has Issued he following
call for fruit growers of Nebraska:
By direction of the maBs meeting of
fruit growers held In Auburn last Decem
ber, I hereby call another mass meeting
of tha Kowors of fruit In eastern Ne
braska to be held In Auburn Wednesday,
March 3, Tho meeting will convene In the
basement of the rourt house ftt 11 o'clock
In tho morning. The purpose of this meet
ing is to received the report of the com
mittee of fifteen which was directed at
tho December meeting to draw up a
constitution nnd bylaws for the forma
tion of a Nebraska fruit growers' asso
ciation. This committee has completed Ita labors
and will report to this niasM convention
March S a plan for tho organization of
a fruit growers' asoclatlon. All growers
of fruit In Nebraska are urgently. Invited
to attend this meeting. Your committee
Is unanimously of the opinion thnt the
tlmo has coma when It Is necessary for
tho growers of fruit In Nebraska to or
A "whiskey must be made just so
or it will not receive Uncle Sam's
seal of approval. His requirements
are very strict he allows no vari
ation. Because it measures up to
his standard in every particular,
Uncle Sam places his unqualified
approval on every bottle of
Bottled In Bond
ganize for their mutual protection In
order to prevent the gradtml wiping out
of tho fruit Industry In this state.
EAHNEST M. POLLARD, Chairman.
OIL INSPECTORS FIND
WORK AT HAND TO DO
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb, 27.-(Speclal.)-As a re
sult of a complaint sent In to Pure Food
Commissioner Itnrman by a woman who
had ruined a dress trying to cleaji it with
gasoline which she claimed miist have
been Impure, several tests have been
made and In about 100 cases the tests dis
closed about 2 per cent of coal oil.
As an echo of the decision of the su
preme court In the Paxton & Gallagher
casA the pure food commissioner will be
gin prosecutions agulnst all companies
handling unbranded goods.
BOOTH AS SCHOOL HEAD
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 27.-(Speclal Telegram '.
Superintendent F. W. Booth was re
appointed today as superintendent of the
school for the deaf and dumb at Omaha.