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THE BEE: OMAHA, Tt'KSDAY, MAY 0, 1913.
Apparel for Country Club Wear We have used the greatest care in our selection oi outer apparel for country club use. The demand for a semi-dress, semi-outing been cleverly met by the Balkan fashions. Dresses, Suits, Coats, all possessing the necessary snap, the daring colorings and the fashionable de signs. Popularly priced. The Store for Shirt Waists Infants' and Children's Coats Infant's and Children's White Coats, pique, cashmere, batiste and wool Bedford cord. Long coats, 6 months, 1 and 2 years. Prices $2.50 to $10. One extra good value. A fine cashmere ceat, made with cape, trimmed with silk braid and French knots. Collar edged with silk cord. Size 6 months, 1 and 2 years. $4.25. Children's Section Third Floor. HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH ADOPTS COMMISSION PLAN Portland, Ore., at Special Charter Election, Votes in Hew Form. BRINGS OUT THE CANDIDATES Store Than llnndrnl Mm nnd Women Wilt He In Field for Four Offices Under the Chnnired System. TOUTIAND, Ore., March 6. The re, checking of the returns on. the vote cost yesterday at the special charter election differed but slightly from tho totals com puted Into lust night which showed that the commission form of government had been adopted in Portland. The enactment of the new charter automatically abolished the primary nomi nations for all offices, the choice prescribed being u nonpartisan pre ferential election for mayor, auditor and four commissioner who aro elected from, candidates each nominated by a petition of at least 100 voters. This election wilt, be held In June. No sooner had the , successful nominees of yesterday's discarded primaries learned of victory of thowjw, charter than thoy and nearly alt tkf BMUccessful-candldates began to groom jlatttmlveo' for the next race. s ,.,... By midnight- Saturday eleven persons had slrnlflcd Intention of running for commissioner). As .many .more announced to tho newspapers today they Intended to make the race, and before the allotted time for filing petitions arrives It Is believed that something oyer 100 men and women will bo in the field for the four cornmlsslonershtps. A, a. Rushlight, tho present mayor, who won the republican' nomination yes terday, has announced hid candidacy for mayor under tho new charter, as have U. It Albce, the successful progressive cadldate, and General McKcnna, the democratic nominee. The Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. Send It Back I! Served Too Strong Tell the waiter to put Only a level teaspoonful Of Instant Postum In the cup of hot water. That makes it right Those in the kitchen Often get hurried And stir in a Heaping spoonful Which is about double The right quantity and Makes it bitter. Same as a double quantity Of coffee or tea. However, if you Like it very strong, use The heaping spoonful. Be sure and put in plenty Of cream and it lias A Bnap and go that Pleases some palates. Speak out and tell them How you want has 1 Fraternal Clause in Code Insurance Bill is Changed (From n Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, May 6. (Special Telegram.) It was discovered late this afternoon by Auditor Howard that the code Insurance bill ns passed was nob the samo regard ing tho fraternal Inusrance claims as the conference committee recommended and which It was supposed was embodied In the bill. Referring to the representative form of government in section ISA, the bill reads: "Provided, that tho elected members shall have not less than nine-tenths of the vote." Mr. Howard fears that this error Is very serious, for tlio reason that It puts tho percentage of votcH so high that It can never bo reached. Tho recommendation of the conferencq Committee was as, fo. lows: "That the house recedes from Its amendment to the senate amendment to scctlort 168, which strikes out the follow ing words, 'constitute- three-fourths In numeber nnd' and that said amendment be amended by striking out the following words, 'nlno-tcnths,' and by Inserting therefor the following, 'three-fourths.' " Dragnet is Out for Paper Box Kid NEW YORK, May 5. A country-wide alarm was sent out today by tho New York polio department for tho arrest of Aires to Shleldlano, "tho paper box kid," gangster, cx-convlct and alleged murderer of John Rcmo and two policemen on Mul berry street late Saturday night. A noxon gangsters, enmeshed In the police dravnot over tho Kast Wide, told stories today which resulted In his being formally Charged with murder. He has fled the city. As soon as tho warrant was Issued thou sands Of circulars were struck off, giving his description, hln picture and finger prints and mailed to every police depart ment In the United States. Two Policemen Are Injured by Strikers PATURSON, N. J., May 6. Tho first serious disturbance here sines tho begin ning, of tho laborers' strlko occurred to day. A policeman was shot In the leg and another was knocked down when the police dispersed a gang of MO riotous laborers. .Tho police used their night clubs nnd tho rioters began to shoot. Kive of them, all badly clubbed, wero arrested. Tho strikers, who are members of the General Laborers' International union, walked out on May day and have put a stop to nearly all the outdoor Unskilled day labor In this part of tha ktate. The strike also Involves laborers In the New York suburban districts of Long Island and West Chester county. BANDIT SHOOTS DIAMOND BROKER AND LOOTS STORE BAN FRANCISCO. May (.-Herman Saxe, a diamond broker, was shot and seriously wounded today In his downtown store, by a robber who fled before the ortmo was discovered, taking with him $IW In gold, $1,1(5 In currency and dia monds worth 11.000. Saxe was alone In the store when a well dressed stranger entered and asked to be shown a diamond ring. As the broker reached Into a case for a tray the man stepped Into the office at thu end of the counter, opened the door In Baxe's desk and took the proprietor's re volver from It. The next moment Saxe fell to tho floor with a bullet wound over his heart. He was found a few mo ments later. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEET IN GRAND ISLAND GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. May S. -Special.) Fifty-three new candidates for membership In the Knights of Columbus I were received Into the organization here Sunday by a series of religious and so cial ceremonies which were attended by between SO and 900 knights of this the Grand Island council. Bishop Duffy of Kearney, assisted Rt Rev. Father Wolfe of Bt. Mary's Cacholio church, this city, and other priests and a sermon from Bishop Duffy, at 10 o'clock, was heard by a large congregation. In the even ing at the New Llederkrans all of the local, visiting and new knights enjoyed a banquet, at which Bishop Duffy was again the main speaker Key to the Sttuatton-XJae Advertising. STREETS Spain May Join the Triple Entente PARIS, May 5. Tho approaching visit to thu French capital of King Alfonso of Spain Is regarded as of considerable sig nificance for Europe It Is said tho visit may mean the entrance of Spain Into. the friendly, understanding known as tlio triple Intente between France, Great Ilritaln and Russia. Alfonso arrives hero on Wednesday. Tho French government Is making elaborate preparations for tho reception of tho king. The rooms which ho Is to occupy at tho Palais U'Orsay have been docoratod with objects of urts and the Ambassadors halt, whero he wilt hold a reception, has been hung with Gobelin tapestry from Lo'ula XIVs favorlto sit ting room at Versailles palace. After a stay of two days, crowded with Innumerable entertainments, the king will leave on Friday, witnessing a review of military airmen and aeroplanes Just be. foro his departure. FOUND AMONG PARCELS COLLECTED BY LONDON CARRIER (Continued fr'om Page Ono.) In foreign, bonds. A number oi, checks 'fbr "very largo amounta" were found. In concluding hla address for the prose cution Mr. Ilodkln asked the magistrate to send all ' the- defendant for trial at tho sessions. Three Ilvlrnaed on Ilnll, After some pollco evldenca had beon given tho magistrate romandeu most of tho accused again until. Thursday. Threo of tho women, however, were admitted to ball In W.000 each. "General" Mrs. Drummond and Miss Annie Kenney, who were among those held without ball, created a tctnu In the prisoners' enclosure by shouting "We will start a hunger strike," and "You may not see us here on the next occasion un less wa are carried." Crow, tho printer, apologized for print ing a single Issue of tho Suffragette and gave sureties In 15,000 not to repeat the. offonse. Ho then was released. II ILL COMBS UP IN COMMONS Measure Comes Up for Final Vote Tursduy Kveutujr. LONDON. May (.Tho strugglo for woman suffrage began again In the House of Commons this afternoon, when the second reading was moved of Wll. loughby Dickinson's women's franchise bill. Whether this measure, which pro poses to enfranchise 6,000,000 women, shall be given a fighting chance or tho whole qeustlon burled for the lifetime of the present Parliament will be settled to morrow night. The vital sections of the brief bill are as follows; 1. lOvery woman who, (a) If she were a man would be entitled to be registered as a parliamentary e.ootor in respect or a Household qualification within the meaning of the representation act of 1SS1, or, (b) Is the wife of a man entitled to bo registered In respect of a household qual ification and has resided in the qualifying premises during the period required b law to enable a person to be so registered. Shall be entitled to be registered and when registered to vote as a parliamen tary elector In the constituency wherein the qualifying premises are situated. I. A woman shall not be entitled to be icglatered unless she has attained the ago of twenty-live years. 3. A woman shall not be disqualified by reason of marriage from being reg istered and voting. The bill Is backed by seven liberals, two unionists and two labor members. While It meets tho wishes of most of the meu supporters of women suffrage, It does not go far enough for others. The parties) aro so hopelessly divided and even tho mem bers of the cabinet are so widely set asunder on the question that a forecast of the outcome of the debato is moat difficult. Tho members, when they arrived at the house today, had to run the gauntlet of many women parading I mho precincts carrying sandwich boards with placards directed as the cabinet ministers, such as "Traitor Asqulth," "Deport Reginald MoKenna and Chancellor Hebhouse.' Addresses Supreme Court While Seated WASHINGTON. May (.-Precedents governing the conduct of attorneys be fore the supreme court were brushed aside today to permit IV. II. Gllmore of Denver to make an argument while seated. Gllmore, a staunch supporter of Blaine In the presidential campaign of ISM, was overcome while making a stump speech and never since, that day has made an address standing. Ho asked Chief Justice White today for permission to make his argument seated " was AUBERT JOINS CARRANZA Report of Surrender of Federal Troops is Confirmed. REBELS WILL MOVE ON JUAREZ lntii-KMt In ('lillitinliun Hxprct to Jiilnril li' Mutinous) Troops of Hnlninr In IVtt Iln. HL PASO, Tox., May 6. Tho consti tutional committee today received verifi cation of tho report that General Trucy Aubcrt had surrondcred to tho Carrantn. Insurgents at Lampazos below Laredo, Tex. The verification was brought to tho border by Major Salvador Gomez of tho Btato forces, who says ha saw the surrender of Aubcrt and 7CC federal troops. Mutinous federal troops which on Satur day drove their commander. General Jose Ipoz Salazer, and his followers from Old Casas Grandes, Mex., havo been urged to accept formally tho constitutionalist rev olution. If they do this practically will place the revolutionists In control of the territory along tho Mexico Northern railroad south of Juarez. So far the mutineers, who number 2110, merely have displayed resentment because tr.etr leader ordered them to Chihuahua City on In structions from General Antonio Rnbago. Uut Insurgent agents here believe thoy soon will accept' tho revolutionary plan. General Salazar nnd his men retreated to Casas Grandes with tho mutineers In undisputed claim of the older and larger settlement a few miles from the railway., AVI1I More on Junrcs. With tho possession of the Casas Grandes district, a valuahle food center. It Is planned by the Insurgents to go ahead with the campaign against Juarez. Already 200 Insurgents havo appeared at San Ygnnclo, on the Texas bolder. They will proceed against Guadalupe, where there Is only a small forco of rural po lice. It Is admitted that Juarez would be of no value without some Inland point In tho bonier state, preferably Chihuahua City. Members of tho El Paso garrison bcllcvo that Casas Grandes may be easily taken nnd at the same time afford, a railway food supply and a basis for mili tary operations against the state capltol. KeITiilN Tnkc AKItrrmlrr. NOOALK8, Ariz., May 5. - Federals from Guaymas took' the aggressive yes terday, being repulsed by constitutional ists at Ratamotal, the first station north of Kmpalmc. News of the battle re ceived today In an official Insurgent re port, stated that 300 federals hod been taken prisoners. Heavy cannonnndlng- waa heard today from tho state troop baso at Ortiz, Indi cating that hostilities had been resumcft near Rmpalame. Fourteen federal soldiers Captured In yesterday's fight arrived to day at Hermoslllo. They reported that sixteen federals wero killed. Neutrality Lniv Is Cited. WASHINGTON, May R-Persons ex porting arms from the United States to promote revolution In Mexico may be arrested by American authorities for vio lating the neutrality proclamation of 1912 beforo the arms actually have left Ihe United States, according to a deci sion today by tho supreme court. The decision reversed! tlio federal- cdurt for western Texas,- which annullod Indict ments against Arnulfo Chavea and Jose Mesa. rI'omhtenl Advertising Is' the Road to Big Roturns. IBaSBHBBBBBHBBlWBBHHSHHBBIiiiH IH Kl tt-VB HI asm Telephone Douglas 79 AM79 rBBKHIlLSI N9 1307 Leavenworth Omaha, Nebr. jRKfiiHHp9 Bad Paper is Found in Haye's Banks; Another One Fails PIKRRK. S. D., May 6.-fSpcclal Tele gram.) The state, hanking department took possession of the Hank of Capn. thLi morning, It being another of tho banks of which John Hayes of Fort Pierre was president. This bank was capitalized at 110,000 and was considered sound up to Saturday. It la reported that a lot of crooked paper Is coming to the front, as In the case of the Citizens State bank of Fort Pierre, which was taken charge of by tho state department a week ago. Nothing has been heard from John Hayes since Monday of last week, when ho was In St. Paul. While there are fairly reliable rumors as to what condi tions are In In regard to the Fort Pierre Institution, tho banking department has made no statement and with all the charges no formal complaint hag been filed against Hayes as yet, but the smash Is a bad one. Horse Show Opens at Washington WASHINGTON, May 5-Long beforo tho bugle blowed for tho first event to day at tho national horse show, the ring and the surrounding bridle paths and turf wero scenes of activity. Virtually all tho thoroughbreds were being put through their paces facing tho Judges and a num ber of society women were In personal charge of th?lr entries. Tho weather promised to be all that could be desired. Numerous exhibitors, however, wero lato In arriving and when they did put In their appearance, many of them limped perceptibly. This was explained as be ing tho result of tho horseback "Jaunt" I led yesterday through the capital's env irons by William P. Eno, twice presi dent of the horse show and president of the riding and hunt club. Mr, Eno is a cross-country rider of more than local renown. "It was a 'Jaunt' all right," said one of tho late arrivals today, as he left his person painfully, "three hours In the saddle and twenty-five miles of all Borts of going." More than sixty riders took part In the "Jaunt." CONFESSIONS IN SLEEP NOT COMPETENT TESTIMONY DENVER, May B.-If Lady MacBeth had lived In Colorado, tho famous sleep walking scene would have been lncom petent, Irrelevent and Immaterial. Tho state supremo court today held thnt a person may not bo convicted of murder by the use of his own admis sions, mado white talking In his sleep. The case of Joseph Martinez, convicted of murdering a woman named Fortune Campbell, and sentenced to life Imprison ment, was sent back to the district court of Archulta county, with Instructions to try the defendant again, without permit ting the prosecution to introduce his somnlloquent testimony. At Martinez' first trial, n Jail guard testified that the defendant, In his sleep, repeated over and over again; "I kelled her." Largely through this testimony the defendant was convicted. The supreme court ruled the confession of a defendant pan be used against him only When given voluntarily, and that when the confes sion is made during sleep It Is not voluntary. UNION PACIFIC GIYEN TIME Limit for Sale of Stock Extended to July First. VICTORY FOR THE GOVERNMENT llnllrond (irflclnls Asked for Unlim ited ISxtcimlon, lint Attorney General Filed Objections Decision In Flnnl. WASHINGTON, May B. Tho supreme court today extended the time- In which the Union Pacific railroad must dispose of Its 46 per cent in tho Southern Pacific stock, from May 12 to July 1, thus only partially complying with the request of the Union Pacific attorneys for an In definite extension of time. Tho general effect of tho decision Is a victory for the federal government. At torney General McReynolds opposed an extension longer than July L The request for extension was made by the railroad attorneys when It became apparent thnt the circuit judges sitting as the district court of Utah would not be able In tho time allotted to pass upon the dissolution plan recently submitted. The attorneys requested an Indefinite ex tension. The sale of tho stock by tho Union Pa cific was made necessary on December 2, 1912, when the supremo court decided that It3 ownership by the Union Pacific ef fected a combination with tho Southern Pacific, a competltlng road, In violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. Tho court gave the Union Pacific until May 2 to dispose of Its holdings. No opinion was announced by the su preme court explaining Its action. Chief Justice White merely made the announce ment of the course the court had deter mined upon. Lyle Leaves Millions to His Two Sisters ST. LOUIS, Mo., May S.-The will of Hugh Ranken Lyle, assistant secretary of the Mississippi Valley Trust company, which was filed today, bequeaths his 2,O0O,CO0 estate to his two sisters in Ire land., Lyle died April 29 from Injuries re ceived In a fall downstairs. The two sisters who Inherited the cs tate aro Mrs. Margaret C. Lytle of Bel fast and Airs. Jane P. Hanna of New tonardes, county Downs. The two sisters became heirs of the part of the estate that would have gone to Mrs. Lyle were she living. Two nephews and one niece were left $100 each. They are Albert A. Ramsey of Carthage, Mo.; Robert W. Ramsey of Atchison, Kan., and Elizabeth L. Long of Independence, Kan. Edison Loses Suit Against Gould Heirs WASHINGTON, May tf. After being In tho courts thirty-seven years the suit of Thomas A. Edison and others against the Atlantlo and Pacific Telegraph company and the heirs of Jay Gould for alleged Infringement of patents relating to quad ruplox telegraphy was ended today when the supreme court dismissed the Edison appeal. Tho lower court, held 't was wttn out Jurisdiction to consider the case and tho supreme court sustained that view. KrlBhtfnl Pitlna In tho stomach, torpid liver, lame back and weak kidneys are soon relieved by Electric- Bitters. Guaranteed. 50c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. PHHXiHlHlH H HSU JIB ISKI i as DANDRUFF CAIVlt ALL OVER HEAD Terrible Itching and Burning, Hair Camo Out by the Combful, Used Cuticara Soap and Ointment, Entirely Cured in Three Weeks. 1342 N. IHinola St.. Indianapolis, Ind. "Spots of dandruff about tho sixo of a quar ter came alt otw my head. 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