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THE J3KK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1914.
i Jeff's Affedtion for Animals is Something Awful mm I Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher i LITTLE. H0PEF0R PLAYERS National Commission ' Disposed to Reject Most of Their Demands. EE QUESTS TAKEN UP IN ORDER Cnriitdt-reit One by One and Nothln Conceded Except After Hard Struggle l'ulli Heads . Committee. Ing that within a week he would be signed with1 the Federal league. The Intimation Is that he will play with the Chicago team. It recently was announced by Former Manager Jack Hendricks, now manager of the Indianapolis American as sociation team that Harris would be dropped from the Denver club next season. With the Bowlers LOS ANGELES GETS BIG RAGE Grand Prize and Vanderbilt Cup Events Go to Coast City. NEVER WEST OF RIVER BEFORE CINCINNATI. O., Jan. 6,-If alt or any of the requests of tho players' fraternity for a revision of the rule ot organized base ball Is to be granted by the Na tional Base Ball Commission or tho com mittee from Jhe minor leagues, It will De 13, Norgaad rtnW Bftrr n. hard, struggle. This do- I 1.1. ..! th InIM mMtlnir of the I Totals ............ 781 three bodies hero today when the com mittee from the fraternity was heard. Inland ; us ft.. nn.mii. h.a.H iiv rinvM I Goden ...i ...141 .t:: .j:.". - gubreath no juii. ircaiucui ul ma 4i.oii"w I55jm ..,,.,,, 181 Commercial League. 1 TRACY'S LA TItUDAB. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Dahmke IC7 G9 J. Howley 132 151 Htraw ., 170 ' 170 H. Howley 123 128 .... 153 213 ,202 IB 170 142 163 471 831 854 JETTEIVS OLD AQlt 1st 2d. 3d. Total 142 193 173 192 179 219 179 224 03 213 K9 Famous Automobile Hans "Will lie Blade on the Snntn Monlcn Track Kelirtinry 'Zl-'i- LnrRP Lint of Kntrnnts. 879 1,038 NEW YOItK, Jan. fl.-For tho first time In the hlctory of American automobile racing the grand prize and Vanderbilt cup events will be held this year west ot tho Mississippi river. Tho two major motor contests were awarded to Los" Angeles today by tho Motor Cups' Holding anno elation. The races will be run pn tho fa mous Santa Monica track on February 21 and 23, tho grand prizo on the latter 61 date. MR Announcement of the conclusion of ne K? gotlatlons for tho staging of tho races In . California was made tonight by .Leon T, 2.819 Bhettler, vice president of tho Western Water Board Takes View Contractors Look to Consumers was decided to take up the requests, one rzarp 239 by, oiie. I tuL i." 1 4 .... Totals . KB The first request wast I Tn J'1 broko their own record by Automobile association, which will con "When a player receives ten days' noonng i,ws ror single game. duct the events. Mr. Bhettler had been notice of unconditional release he shall .VrSi Lensrue. ln touch for six weeks with W. K. Van- be free to sign wlth.W team Immedl- MICA AXLE artEABE. derbllt. Jr., Harry Payno Whitney and ntely. tho contract, to run from the ox- piamdon us ' m' others Identified with national and Inter pirauon ot uie ten-aay .perioa. iiuuan , ,.. 133 After three-quarters of an hour's discus- UaKe.r,man l J slon It waslald aside to be taken up later. n'ver ' ..!. 133 i ne seconu,. request ianen up: , ... 1 Totals .' 3S7 .410 428 "National association players shall m- i-uiaiunb auto OIL. celve tc'rt dae' no'tlcd before they-can nyrno ' ?2: be released unconditionally." Harmon"'.'.!!'.!'.'.'.'."'. iu ijq SCO is 115 Mlko Sexton' argued this rule for the Cain ,...r . m 17s 154 132 national automobile- racing, Tho formal 439 agreement was reached between Mr. HI Bhettler and Henry I). Anderson, prcsl 1,222 dent ' tho Automobile Club ot America ana representative 01 mo motor uuns 3d. Tolal. Holding association. 46f I rpi.. Ann.nKII rl..l. f A...-.I..., l. - T'Jl .r 1 ..uiviiiuu.iu vaua, v. . , 1 1 v; i 1 1. una committee from tho minor leagues. He said thU concession might be made by class A'AvandA leagucsbut that below that standing It was Impossible After debate tho question was passed for further consideration, 170 140 126 232 125 3d. Total. aaaa. ........... 1WI Kequeit M 3, 'which'.rad; When a 1 Amretaberar ..... lflQ ferred sul.Jed to aft t)W terms Vittii-J 51 W contract." brought forth .wore ronjdltlon , 2d sent this wae passed over for further de- M,'Fa,, 170 liberation after heated argument. "? JH ' , Knls Hs OnnlllH. Fill ..I!!.!:.:!.;..!" 170 Requost No. 4 was the' first one that! ' . really met with no opposition. It reads: I Totals ., gjj ''When a player i transferred he shall KMisjrst of ColHsibaa Leayae. be furnished with a writing which shall BROWNING, KINO & CO. bt binding row all the parties concerned, 1 lat. 2d. 8d. Total. showing what teams have a claim on I J, Ieary" . ."'. im ...... w.,M niiak I.IMIII o. I .1 .. a , , ,, , . .. lbll Itequest No. S brought up another Thomas jgn squabble. It xcadat "When a player, re- reives nis unconaiuonai release, or when CIO sanctioned tho grand prize race for Los TV,..... ' i: 'T Angeles, ond Mr. Bhettler sand he had TWi.......,,.,'47i 472 483 1.430 i ....... .w a i.t 'n?t J iA' m.i. .bile association woulil sanction tho Van- au.iiuiiili I . J 193' ,179 543 derbllt cup event. i Bavannati, MllwauKeo ana tho Long K: Island motor parkway officials did not Plymton ics urown 193 INCOME TAX REGULATIONS Penalties for Failure to Make Re- turn or Falsuicatioi. WORTHLESS DEBTS LEFT OUT Farmer nequtred to Include. All MiMiey from Produce rind.'Anl sbhIs Sola for Wool nml lil'des of MlaiiKhtcred llrutcs. Whether tho Water board should pay Ho contractors for laying water mains was a question seriously considered by General-Manager It. Bcccher Howell and his colleagues on tho board last night. Under the board's ruling property Is as sessed to pay the cost of the mains. Tha board Is of the opinion that It Is not bound to pay for these mains until the taxes are collected "Hut these contractors performed their work In good faith and ought to be paid,' Member W. H. Bucholz remonstrated. Finally o resolution was Introduced. t6 be withdrawn and to bo presented at a later meeting, providing that no property owner should bo connected with water until delinquent Installments of water main taxes were paid and the first Install mcnt ot tho new tax had been turned over to the Water board. At this meeting Ocneral Manager Ho well, speaking of a man who had been Injured while In tho employ of tho" board end who asked damages, unburdeited him- celt of certain' opinions concerning Judges and juries. He said: "The courts often decide a case along tho lines ot least resistance. They may be trying to do justice, but If It's easier to decide It a certain way that' U the way 1 . u 1 .1 - ,1 ,7. ,i, m,. ... f mni-na'pe" cent wiu be adued t0 th0 tax assessed "As to taking a dnmago case to courts ,iM .v I 1 . .1..) rrt.u ""J "-' "1"'"-" "v, -"-- Juu nuvvv nun juncu duiuu. .j.vj ,uw , , , , . falso or fraudulent statement with Intent to defeat or evade the tax, will be guilty Washington: Jan. 6.-rho form.. to be used and regulations to 00 followed by individuals In making returns pt Income subject to the new Income taxwcre sent out today y tho, . Treasury tlcpar.unent. Every citizen .it' tho United States, whether residing at homo or abroad, every person residing In tho United States and overy nonresident alien, who has lncomo from United States Invest ments of 33,000 or over, must mako such return. Return must be, In tho hands ot tho collector of Interna! revonuo In tho dis tricts where the payeo lives or where ho 1 has his principal place of business, -not ; later than March 1, failure to observe this limit to be punished with fines rang' Ing from 320 to 11,000. Kofusal or neglect to fllo returns, ex cept In case of sickness or absence, will result In an addition ot CO pe- cent to tho tax assessed. In caso ot false or fraudulent return 100 TANGO IS APPROVED AT PERFORMANCE FOR CRITICS & LONDON,, Jan. fi.-A special matinee performance given todar at a London theater for tho edification of peeresses and church dignitaries who recently ex pressed disapproval, .of the tango resulted 'I - - It t. m J ... A m lry giving practically .a cican uni 01 mod es ty ;fpr thomuch-dlscussed dance. Duchesses, countesses and bishops In large numbers were Invited, but thoy, whether present or not, did not advertise their" fdcntlty. The duchess of Norfolk, who was among those Invited, wroto that shp'fegrcttcd she would not bo In London when the performance, was given. WILL TRAWER GARDEN England to,. Allow Uncle Sam Free Hand Below Rio Grande. WOMAN SERIOUSLY BURNED Mrs. Jesse Mordis of Des Moines Likely to Die. EXPRESS RATES CONSIDERED nenrrMenntiveM of Ilnllroml Com mission (So to Attend N'ntlonnl Meeting; of Commerce II oil-. ENVOY CONSIDERED OBSTACLE Itla.Idens nt Vnrlnnce with Those of American President Will De Sent to Itlo , de Janeiro. 163 201 an 210" m iS! at tho complainant or tho complainant' wife and babies and say, 'well this Is the city,' and tho claimant receives his dam- l" uclc" v' " 'V 7i r.,... i ,. , . .,, of a misdemeanor and subject to a flno for one year or both. An extension of thirty days from March 164 214 147 .173 1S4 803 fta "3,613 639 I )id for the. races. It Is" understood ihaC (no western AUiomoune association, was the only organization wlhch sou'gth ac tively for the privilege of running tho oVents. According to Mr. Bhettler,. who ha been In communication with automo bile makers, a list of entrants for tho Vanderbilt cup ovent larger than for any previous national raco has been assured, whllo a large entry list In tho Interna tional grand prize contest also Is certain. established." Nevertheless, Mr. Howell saw some . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . j a admitted, that ho personal y had rendered by proper coIlector provl(Jed , SofIa, Madrld d IUo do jQnelro 600 C24 4US S75 4S9' tho rcuow nnanciai service. i ,2 w in,iivirf,ml Some time soon the board will get to- gether to discuss Its policy for the now j aMrnlallon. year, relative to uiimM fc , exemptions will be and Invos ments. Mr. Howell la now Pro- , ho cafje of marrled porson and In future years 3,000 and 34.000. paring this policy. 1&3 ;132 143 195 133 127 172 IBS Totals 657 21 . tss M'QUILLAN HATS. 453 413 m S41 1,878 waivers - are asaea n . mm, ne snail pe 1 igj. notified in writing to that effect." lJioiurooK iso The commission seriously objected to McQuaUan ifl5 the part concerning waivers. Chairman Mullen ...a.','.",'.'.'.'.'.'.'! 170 Herrmann explained that secret asking Handicap , , 00 ot waivers did not Injure the ball player, while Mr. Fults could not understand why any secrecy In the matter was noces tary. This request was finally 1ild over. GOPHER GRIDIRON SCHEDULE UNOFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 6.-The University ot Minnesota's 1914 fqot ball 2d. 12S 184 143 179 00 134- 110 120 159 60 Graofc Army Polo ; Player Dies of Injury Totals cix ma HANLKV & MACE. lllHnlhVt,..r. !V 1. XOCRI. Morton y.,,169 1M c. Hanley i gv'n . 147 120 T. Hanley 14a i Ulalr ,108 3d. Total. chedule as unofficially announced to- S9d night Is as follows: lio SeDtember 26 South Dakota at Mlnne- SOS October 3 Ames at Minneapolis. October 17 Nebraska at Minneapolis. October lowa. at Minneapolis. October 31 Illinois at Minneapolis November 7 Wisconsin at Minneapolis, November si Minnesota at (.nicago. The reason given for not making tho 3d I announcement official la that all ot the 372 1 contracts have not boen signed. 433 103 CS3 118 lis 107 US 165 ISO 1,924 39S 443 Totals , 708 C73 623 PUItlTAN LAUNDUY. KI; PASO, Jan. 6,-Mrst Lieutenant T.hn.. "J? Eugene V. Armstrong of the Thirteenth MoAuley ..'.'""!!! .0! Y t I . A .. C. . a-.... f . . 1. ..... 1 ... . -1 .. 1 AVu. 1 ... iiuioil oiuiua kaTflir;, miu n a.a crmuni.T I vwcj .......a...... SJVJ Injured' Sunday-afternoon in a practice trailhr.-i game ot polo betwen the Thirteenth and I .... im Fifteenth davalry polo teams, died at I Totals 743 2d. 1S7 93 1X3 129 12S M'ALLISTER OUTPOINTS W DATTI IMft I CWIMCtV Sd. Total new YOnK. Jan. 6,-Dob McAllister of 10O 113 144 1(0 100 5U California outpointed Battling Lovlnsky 637 1 in a ten-rounu uout lumgwt. uum uicu M weighed ICS pounds. TOi With the advantago In height and reach 2.078 1 McAllister outboxed his man for two I rounds, but in the third ana rourm, ic vlnsky did good work at close quarters. 4S2 The linn was, even, ievinsny iui 423 sixth ahd seventh and took the offensive in the eighth and held the advantage m In the ninth. In the final round, Mo- lAlluter outpointed him. 1 o'clock this morning at the military MUItPIIY DID IT, COO 4 hospital at Fort UUs. Lieutenant Arm- n. Bushman..-......". " rtrontrs bkuii was iraciurou. Aunougn intsgerald 16 given prompt attention, he could not I J1.. Leary ,120 recover. ?t.J,.. " " iS The accident occurred when Armstrong, I Handleal"'.V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.,.,. S goiag at iuii speea aown uie poio neia, qoiuaea witrt Lieutenant Buries, rmeenth cavalry Armstrong" was thrown to th srround. striking on his head. Buries, al 4hnllot. knrflw ak.V.n nn ...I- I UlarKlnS Ill 1w,..t,Mi. .... . ........ in;, Jtoy King 100 2d. 174 149 11s 148 165 39 Totals 727 Tt4 774 .UWUilUUUlH UU, jjourcrois isi 143 160 119 189 30 193 124 191 147 783 ously Injured. Lleutepaht Armstrong wis one ot the army's crack; polo players and had played with the Mcadowbrook and other eastern teams. ' . .. . lie was a native or Pennsylvania, but Holcomb 172 hla mrtnli nnt llvx Piwh'. TIf-i.i . I (lasser 17S Del, from which state he was appointed Smith ''V.' 174 to WestTolnt; graduating in the class of Welgel '.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'a'.'.'.'.' 121 1904. - 1 1.. : 11.... Totals m ,a...k. v.. n uiiv irauicnini 01 ireop LIQUID GOLD u, jmricemn cavalry. lie graduated! i 2d from West Point In the class of 1904 and ?on 10) 177 Was BSSlirned to th Thlrinlh amnl l"J?.n?0 !... lis ' " - - . . Mlll-r lieutenant. He was promoted to the rank of first lieutenant In 1911 and assigned to continue h!s service with the Thirteenth. . m.a.i I Jimri Buucra lujunr.. Alllll. I . -- . .. , . 163 CIS I Bill James, the uosion uraves young ll'i 350 pitcher, Is recovering from serious in 1W 5IU I Juries' received In an automobile smash. 13 470 The car In which James was riding col- - I 1 1 . . J U. taUnnnna rvsl n nrl thn Total VA 783 7S 2.2D0 t,itehr l.ndft.l on his head in a Pile ot i nirmont Creamery Lravne. .tones. At first It was thought that his jruiti-LAiv uuuii.uns. skull had been fractured, nut at tne noj 1st. 2d. 3d. Total. I nltal It was discovered that he had cs 158 498 caned with' scalp wounds and a slight 420 eonrunalnn nf tho brain. The Physicians say he will soon be as wen as ever. 42Sl Chnrlln-'flld at the Job. 170 127 133 141 S US 110 l&S 213 m 751 LIE) I 1'iaying snorisiop zor un neus wiji oe . I nr., I.ln.i nun. r... I ha ,laU ll.p.nr Al. Iiu. 11,111. iu, . . ' j ....v.. Notre Dame Will Play Army Cadets NOTItK DAME. Ind.. Jan C-Notre Dame tuts added another game with an eastern institution to Its 1914 foot ball schedule. Announcement was made to day that the Hooslcr university will meet the army at West Point. November 7, Just one week previous to the Notre Dame-CarUsle game In Chicago. Because of tho'vdrubblnlc it received at th hands of the Notre Dame last sea ao the army was agreeable to a return gasM In the hope that It can retrieve Its lost preHIe. DENVER PITCHER WILL GO TO THE FEDERAL LEAGUE 'l.m'MV. Osfte. Jan. S. Htn Ilsrrta. Miller 19) Lang ,.124 at boon 149 lil 172 149 1W 3d. Totul. though he has played third base for tho 149 am Giants oft and on for tho last three 1(3 CI seasons Herzog covered short field while 94 t In college and during his first profes- 127 400 slonal engagement with Heading, In the 1&9 49S Trl-Btate leauue. In 1907. Totals 871 DIADUM. 1st. 2d. Cavett .....a 137 16S Held 119 126 Snyder l iss tiavernacK its ui Hettler in m Totals 701 BETTEU BUTT lilt. 1st. 2d. Bland ..IIS 113 lieeson 1&S US Howe 133 102 McCoy Ill 175 Bertwell U3 12$ Totals 727 DKLICIA. 1st. 2d. fierger 1U 141 Newby ., 135 Its Kets 127 117 Savage 141 121 Christenaon ISS U4 839 91 2.W1 LONDON, Jan. 6. Sir Lionel Carden, British minister to Mexico,. Is shortly to be transferred to nio do Janeiro as min ister to Brazil. He waa appointed to Mexico July 18, 1913, to succeed Francis William Strongo. The salary of the Brit ish minister at IUo Is JK.&CO with a house allowance of 81,250, while that at Mexico Ctiy Is $5,000 less and no house allowance. Charles Murray Marling, the' probable successor of Sir Lionel Carden, has had a long and varied, career In the diplomatic service, which tie 'Joined In 1888. Most ot the time he has occupied diplomatic posts In the cast, at Constantinople, Athens and New Haven Agrees to McReynolds' Plan Where tho tax has been withheld on part of the Income at the source, or where I part ot tho Income cornea as dividends upon stock of a corporation which iB taxable under tho corporation tax sec tion of the law. tho regulations set forth WASHINGTON. Jan. 6. After a two- .w ml.h nn ,nenm ahull bo deducted hour conference today between Attorney from tho individual's total Income when General Mclteynolds and Chnlrman How- i computing the amount on which ho Is ard Elliott of tho Now York, New Haven taxable. & Hartford railroad It waa understood Tho law Imposes a tax ot 1 per cent that the New Haven will agree to a re- and provide that Individuals who have organization to restore competition In ' an lncomo over 320,000 and not more than . . . I .1. ..-.... V . ... !.'.nlnl-,l .flimt ... . J .1 1 1 1 . . r. 1 ... liUl.BpUril.llU.. lUIUUajllUUb ! " 4W,VW BI1UI. VJ UU (IUUI tlUIltM UtJL Ufc No official announcement was made, but per cent on such amount; all fiver 350,000 Mr. Elliott will remain , In Washington and not over 375,000, 2 per cent; on all for several days and It was' believed may over 375.000 and not over $100,000, 3 per settle details of the plan. cent; all over $100,000 and not over $250,000, Mr, Elliott and the attorney general 4 per cent; all over $250,000 and not over carefully considered the Now England $500,000, 5 per cent, and all over $500,000, situation with regard to a reorganization , per cent and after their conference Mr, Elliott conferred with T. W. Gregory and Jesse Adklhs, tho. special assistants who have had charge tof the department's investigation, Mr. Eltott said he could make no offi cial announcement: "Things look encouraging," he said, Expenses for medical attendance, store accounts, family supplies, wages of do mestic servants, cost ot board, room or house rent shall not be deducted from gross Income, and Individuals -who own their own residences cannot deduct the estimated value of the rent The farmer Is required to include In his ii la generally' understood that tho gov ernment takes tho view that tho minis ter has not been entirely discrete in handling the situation in Mexico, al though tho government does not believe that ho has done anything to justify the very severe criticism levelled against him. j Victory for "Wilson. WASHINGTON. Jan. 6. Announcement that Great Britain Is to transfer SI. Lionel Carden, Its minister at the City of Mexico, was regarded by official Wash ington as a substantial manifestation ot tho purpose of the British government to remove, every obstruction to the execu tion - of plans ot President Wilson for dealing with the Mexican situation. At the State department It was denied that protest had been mado by the United Statod to the British foreign office against any of the acts or utterances as cribed to Minister Carden. From other sources, however, It was learned that Ambassador Pago recently sought In formation at the British foreign office regarding tho attitude of Its representa tlves In Mexico. About the time this oc curred a similar official statement was Issued In London repudiating a statement attributed to Sir Lionel that President Wilson's policy towards Mexico would not havo been adopted had he not been In Ignorance .ot the facts. Jieyru to Carden. MEXICO CITY, Jan. 6.-Llonel Carden had' hot been advised ot his Intended transfer to Brazil when the news was conveyed to him today by the Associated Press. Brazil, the minister explained, was his original appointment. He had been offered the choice of Mexico and Brazil and chose the later, but- was persuaded to come to Mexico temporarily "and possibly before I leave I may havo not Income all money from produco and something to tell you." animais som ror wool and hides of A reorganization of the New Haven ! slaughtered animals, provided they are would Include tme plan for its disposal W "0 may deduct the sums actually of control over the Boston & Maine, the 1 ,ur l animais som or siaugnierea cancellation ot its agreement with tho , during the year, but the value of animals New York Central for the operation ot ralsea nal not D" aeauctea as expenses the Boston & Albany, tho giving up of I op 1 T farmer may also deduct it. ..oni .mHhrm KtMrnihio lines, money paid as expenses for producing ...mm. nn.r.t. frvim Vcu York to Ilrldefv. farm products, live stock, etc., and for 'hpause of hl knowledeo of the country port. Provldenco and other Now England Pl" tor tho current yesr. The cost ! and people. Ho thought it possible that cities; the giving up of its trolley lines " -. ucuuvuu.e, uui-his transferif that were to tatce piace might be Intended as a step calculated to .conciliate Washington. It Is no secret that Sir Lionel Carden's Ideas, since he camo here six months ago, have been at yarianee with Presi dent Wilson's policy of non-recognition of Mexico. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES. Jan. 6.MSpeclal Tel- fgram.) Mrs. Jcbsq Mordis was serlousl burned late today by un explosion ol gasoline. She had mistaken tho same for kerosene and used It to start a fire. She ran from the house with her clothes aflame and neighbors succeeded In sav ing her from Immediate death, but prac tically all her clothes were burned off. Express Rstes. Chairman Thome of tho Iowa Itallroao commission and Dwlght Lewis, assistant.. commerce counsel, went to Chicago to day to attend the second of the sessions of the committee of the National Asso ciation of Railway Commissioners to con sider uniformity among tho istates Jn re- gard to' express rates ani -conformity- with .the rates and block system of the Interstate Commerco commission. It Is found that It the Iowa commission adopts the Interstate rates, much heralded as-1 an Immenso reduction, It will mean- at' least $00,000 a year Increase In tho sums paid for express business In Iowa over the present Iowa rates ordered by the Iowa commission. It Is hoped lhat some concessions can bo- mado so that Ibwa may be able to adopt tho interstate rates. Protest as to Moyer, A committee pf tho Dea-.Molnos Trades and Labor assembly toJay forwarded to congress the petition -adopted at a mass meeting, in regard to .Investigation of' the deportation -of-President Moyor from the Michigan mining regions, as follows: Resolved, That we. the: representatives' of organized labor of the city ot Dcs Moines, la., do hereby demand that con-, grcss, through one or more special com mittees, investigate ana at tho earnest possible time mako a full, complete and, public report as to the Industrial condi tions at this time and heretofore exist ing in the copper mining district or Michigan and aa to nil the facts con cerning the entire controversy between the copper mine opcratots of the state of Michigan and the Western Federation of Miners. Automobile' taxes have been attacked before the supreme court and will be all knocked out so that automobiles will go free of taxes If an appealed case from Hardin county Is won by the plaintiff. A resident' of Blalrsburg, B. H. Utsh, was arrested at Iowa Falls lor. falluro to have displayed a 1913 number plato, and he was convicted. Ho claims that he had sent the fco prior to that time, but had not got tho plates. But tie also attacked tho entire law and seta up tho claim that It Is unconstitutional, because a form of taxation and not uniform and because It Is handled by the state and not by the local taxing bodies. He 'also claims its provisions under which one may be fined for failure to pay . tho taxes aro so harsh that It violates the constitution of the state. Elections lu two regiments of tho Iowa. National Guard were today ordered by Adjutant Oeneral Logan for January 16. In the Fifty-third regiment there will be elected a colonel to succeed Colonel AHott, elected brigadier general, and for a lieu tenant colonel at expiration of tho term ot Lewis J. Ro'well, Iowa City. In the Fifty-fourth regiment, there will bo elected a colonel to succeed R. P. Howell, Iowa City, and a major to succeed George E. Ball, Iowa City, both be"caJeo ot expiration of terms. nrt it. m.oftlle.1 outside steamshln lines. noi 10 oxceea n vaiue mose replaced. The recent .seml-offlclal announcement rons receiving f,ees or emoluments that the New Haven would agree that ! for Professional or other services must tho Boston & Maine go Into the hands Include al.l actual recelpta for services of trustees and that Its stock be sold at I iurin th8 yar together with all unpaid the end of a stated period so that con trol should pass to other hands leads to tho belief that a similar plan might be accepted In respect to the steamship and trolley lines. One argument that Inclines the attor ney general to favor a trusteeship Is that tho New Haven might have some diffi culty In disposing of Its holdings at the present time. Rich Man's Widow Has Chimes Rung Each Quarter Hour NEW YORK. Jan. C Because Mrs. Julia Gertrude. Lyle. widow of John S. Lyle, who died last July, leaving the bulk ot his $20,000,000 estate to her, insists chairman of the pn having memorial chimes on her the fund.lTenafly (N. J.) estate rung every fifteen Shahan. nresl-! till nn t.ia riv and nlcht. some of her au, ,.1 1 nuui. in alio ivra 111 rouuu m Illl3 rent "1 anww .. .... . - ; v ' l I !. I. 1. IAHal,,,.a , n i.i ufc.l.l, .... I ... . . , ... v.. . . I . V. ri.nt nt ll linK'Arsltv DnH In.mhar. T r ..L. Y .nn..l.,l - nn InittnnflAtT tn the Pekln mar. to the floor. A deputy llttI Gilbert and Gladys Townsend. 11 of the faculty attended the presentation 1 vice Chancellor Lewis In Jersey City tiri 9 v-firx of e. fire belnc offered for ceremony, which took place at the car- I veiterdav. Mrs. LVle Will have to re- I adoption to anybody who will give them dlnal's residence. The large sum has ; sjnd next Monday and give some rea- 1 In : a good name and bring them up properly, been collected by the knights In the last ' f.0n why an Injunction should not Issue j TWO CHILDREN ARE BEING 0FFERFO FOR AOOPTW Because their father has deserted them accounts, cnarges lor service or con tlngent Income for the year "It good and collectible." White Defeats Donahue. na... I I'LUIWA. 111.. JWLIU al. .llttfllC 1. 11119 111 Si' "lSllChlcaKo scored a victory tonlniit over 117 373 "arrr. "H.n 'T"m..J' S and their mother Is 111 and unable to ' committee in Chicago, of m'lt I second muni 01 a scntmuiru len-ruunu . . ... . . rr i ck. vtv l a . i a ....a in ki.. . nuinav fnr their aunnarl. and no Monsicnor Thomas J. one ... i . -w u ,,, a,.u wii.i , . i in. v v.i. - - - - --- Half Million for Catholic University BALTIMORE. Md., Jan. .. A check for $500,000 from tho Knights of Columbus ot the United States for the Catholic uni versity at Washington was presented toj Cardinal Gibbons today by Edward II. Doyle of Detroit. Canterbury A very shapely collar, tdmlrsbtr balanced la Hi proportion. A rrctt ftYorite with yonog men, and tbose , Aba wUh to be up to the mark in style. ) ' lilM JdeSilver Collars 2 for. 35a 747 722 ,1T0 hcrlca' then ztopped the fight. 3d. Total. 123 119 134 172 174 401 370 52 455 Brooklyn F"rc Almnt. Henry Medlcus no longer owns stock always fit well and neter gap at the top. The aland for prrclilon, accuracy. Infinite Hr(r of ' ' " . . Tor Bale by tits yoUowlng Sealer 01 the Brooklyn club. The dlapoaal of his jirfc j J. Rice. 4JO South Twenty-first tow years. It will be used to establish ' to hush the bells at least during tho ftlBKM wtth Kbbe'u holSlnlr the ' Buh Omaha. Is a slater of the fifty scholarships at the university. In : sleeping hours. , 55 other hlT MIcw ThMMvenW-flve of children's grandmother, and has under- accepting the gift Cardinal Gibbons Mrs. Lyle had the chimes placed on a the too shares In, tha Newark clue, winch I taken the task of rindlng-tnem a suitahle wianneu mo uonur. inrougn air. rianeny.tiny.root stone tower as a memorial to t4 73$ 8.115 wJu receive his attention next year in 131 127 IU Totals 70) 133 Hanlroaa '., Hoaa llauaer ..... aiidar Totals 7AIRMONT VA11MS. 1st. XL. Sal. .Total. 31. TOlaU I KllbtmneiJCBoeka Oat Mor. PHILADELPHIA. Par Jan. E.-Johnny Ktlbane of Cleveland. Cv. featherweight charopton. tonight knocked out Eddie Moy of ADentown, In the fifth round ot a acheduled atx-round boxing contest. jjjq I Both boys weighed US poand.v 0 3S4 371 3? lit lit 114 ... m , - iai 134 103 M W 33 lit 143 IK lot homo. Her telephone numtxir Is South Jr. tne name 01 me noiy see ana ol the SSI. and she asks that persons communl- trustees of the university. "I find only cate with her, If Interested In the case. parallel for your magnanimous deed, the For over a week the little ones and building of a great medieval cathedra their mother, Mrs. Charles Townsend. Y lral and devoted merchant guilds ot had no food except stale bread and cot- those former Catholic days," he- said, fe. Charltr onranlratlona furnished "In an age of spiritual unrest and despair groceries when the situation waa learned, you hare renewed that miracle of faith I - ........ . . I .1 J ... , I t- land now nave advised mat uie cauaren "1D -"-i7 " muuu. nrviirnwou her husband. There are nine bells on tho j tower, the heaviest weighing two tons. I Tho memorial was .completed a month ago, and since then either Mrs. Lyle's caretaker or one ot his assistants hM played the chimes night and day every quarter ot an hour. , Mr. Lyle. who was the last surviving partner ot the firm of Lord & Taylor, DRAV ft. n)R MErO M mini, viii u ta.ir Srcn&ZTj Jcsra E- FUrr of the Giants l offewd for adoption. The mother wtU of a multitude of men In the fulfillment I was yeara old when he died. Two 373 has had m twai sons or -nur xp her 3-year-ow laoy, out says sne la i ki I Ehaferrs rr-llrexotaC ttal- Marauard ' t. aitm-i. ttu. nthn- rinr InCamte shall run like a fcrt Hiring rtvei ta saw faiafnr jort brisoj U retirement ttat tll r foK, ejothlat aid a through all time and spread on all sides story broke, and tb- -tttfb- doeant h"rT"J. uw' lu,,i .. .m nrfi..- 4 41 It.... Dhaf. riMMda m nn r I IU2UU11 iUUI. . - . Inlnasant butoe. years previously, on his ninety-fourth birthday, ho married bis nurse. Julia Gertrude Hanson. She waa 30 years old at Uie time. FOR MEN 50510 SO. IGlh" and Thos. Kilpatrick & Co. SOCIAL DANCING PARTY Every Thursday Eveping 1 t Frenzcr 11 a U, :th and Parker Streets THE JOLLY 24 Heat Floor. Best Muslo. SSo person. I -fet,-.!? 1W7 I. " 1 1 . HUH hksuSRH 1