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TIIK BEB: OMAHA, WKDNUHIUY, APRIL 22, 1014.
Nebraska. GUARDSMEN GETTING READY Governor and Adjutant General Hold Long Conference- ORGANIZE THIRD REGIMENT Chin Will Df Formnl lit Once and Will lie rlnred In Chnrnr of Iitentrnant Bowman qf the UnliersKr of Nebrnakn. Nebraska, (Prom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April Z1.-(SpeclaU-Na-tional Ouud headquarters begin to put on a warlike appearance and preparations ar twins made as fast as possible for any emergency which may arise. Iast nlpht the military board consisting of the Kovernor, adjutant general, the two regi mental commanders and the Judge advo cate general met at the governor's man sion at midnight and were In session un til 3 o'clock this morning. Those present besides the governor were Adjutant General Hall of the Nr. J tional Guard : Colonel O. A. Kbberlyof, Fourth Infantry: Colonel J. N. Paul. Fifth Infantry: Judge Advocate IT. F. Allen and Major C. W. Woldron, chief surgeon. The adjutant ijeneral was authorized to proceed at once to the organization of a third regiment, which will be placed In command of Lieutenant K. M. Bowman, military Instructor at tho State univers ity. Applications from Friend, O'Neill, Ashland, Aurora, Verdlgre. Norfoik and Grand Island are already In and It Is ex pe"ted that the regiment (will contain onq battalion from tho university guards. IJeutenant W. t. J. Rteckley of the uni versity engineers Is already at work re cruiting a corps pf onglneers for service w Ith the new regiment. On April 30, and before It It Is deemed necessary, the Military board will again ' conycne at the office of the adjutant general and elect a brigade commander. Colonel Btorch qf Fullerton was the last, brigade commander Nebraska had. but it Is not known whether he will again be a candidate. General Btorch sorved In the Philippines with the "Fighting First." Stirrer of Phelps Conntr. F. II. Newell of the United States Re clamation service. Dr. G. E. Condra of the Nebraska soil survey and Stato En gineer D. D. Price aro this week making a survey of Phelps county nnd other part's of the Platte valley, where there has rebently been much talk of the pos sibility of Irrigation with the flood waters of the Platte. While Dr. Condra was In Denver for the recent Irrigation congress he re quested Mr. Newell to go over this part of Nebraska with a view to Its Irriga tion possibilities. Mr. Newell promised to do so, agreeing to address the North Platte Valley Conservation congress at Scott's Bluff and go from there through the Platte valley. The trip will be made In one of the automobiles belonging to the state soil survey, driven by L. T. Skinner of that department. ' CHARGES BROUGHT AGAINST MAN RELEASED ON PAROLE (From a Staff Correspondent.) T't LINCOLN, April SL-lSpeclai.) Henry fiflfie. who was paroled by Governor Shallenherger. will have a chance to rc turn to the penitentiary and serve out his term for burglary, cattle stealing and for harboring stolen cattle If the Pardon board at its hearing on April 30 finds that the charges made against him by come of his neighbors around where he now lives are true. Qqlse was received at the penitentiary in 19C3 to serve a teim of three years for burglary and cattle stealing. When that term Bhould expire he was to con tinue to serve four years more for har boring stolen cattle, according to the sen tence of the Lincoln county district court, in which county the crime was com mltted. However, he was paroled by Governor Shallenberger and his three ' year term expired In 1912. His four-year term would c.xphe July 6, 1816, but the charge Is made that Gclse has been steal - ing lumber from a neighbor, and If the board, nhlch will hear the charge at Maxwell, finds the man guilty, he will be returned to the penitentiary, with the geod behavior allowance lost. Cane Presented to II. N. Wheelen. TEKAMAH, Neb.. April 51.-(Speclal.)-Ist evening a goodly number of Te kaniah business and professional men sprung a littl surprise on H. N. Wheeler,, one of Tekamah'a popular old gentlemen. They proceeded to his home Rbout 8 o'clock and gave him an old fashioned "caning." A beautiful gold headed cane, properly engraved, had been provided, and on behalf of the friends, Colonel H. N, Marsh presented the gift to- Mr. Wheeler, the occasion belntr bis eightieth birthday anniversary. After the first surprise had passed away the band tame up and serenaded the home and a crowd assembled. Mr, Wheeler Is a "Buckeye" by birth", an old soldier of the One Hundred and Thlrty-nnn unio voi unteer infantry. For a number of years he was In the book and stationery bus! n... here, but he retired some three years nvn unit In nOW chasing care away In rpreadlng good cheer wherever he goes Nebraska Church Federation is For National Prohibition . YOItK, Neb., April ai.-(Spclal.)-The Nebraska State Federation of Churches, through Its social service commission, de clared today for national constitutional prohibition of tho liquor traffic. The following resolution was adopted and forwarded to the Nebraska deles-' Hon In congress; Be it Itesolved. By the Nebraska Church federation, through Its social service com mission, that we earnestly petition the passage by the Vnlted States congress of tle Joint resolution Introduced In the house of representatives by Congressman Richmond P. Hobson, and Introduced In the senate by Senator Morris Sheppard, providing for the prohibition of the sale. manufacture for sale, transportation for sale. Importation for sale, and exrta tlon for sale of Intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes In the United States and all territory subject to .the Jurisdic tion thereof; be It further Resolved. That conies of this resolution be forwarded to the Nebraska delegation in congress. (Signed). SOCIAL SERVICE COMMISSION NE BRASKA CHURCH FEDERATION By Judge Arthur G. Wray, chairman, Baptist; Rev. B. M. Long, D. D Presby terian: Secretary W. A. Luke, Congre gational; President M- O. McLaughlin, United Brethren! Rev. K. J. T, Connley, Methodist; J. M. Bell, Methodist: F. P. Wlgton, executive secretary. THREE BEATRICE MEN ACCUSED OF ROBBING CAR BEATRICE. Neb., April 21. Spelal.) Clarence Cain, Jack" Anderson and a 15- year-old boy named Lee, a nephew of Cain, were arrested here Monday on the charge of stealing a quantity of tobacco, coffee and cigars fram a box car In the Union Pacific yards. The trio were lodged In the county Jail. The officers searched the house where Anderson has been stay ing and found a number of empty coffee cans and some cigars. Cain was re cently reloased from the Nebraska pent- tentlary after serving a year for grand larceny. Sherlf J. L. Schick came near hanging himself in a pecular manner Monday afternoon. He was driving his automobile up Court street when a rope to which a sign was attached and hung over a store broke lose at the end and fell Just in front of the wind shield of the car. The shield was broken and before Schlek could stop the car the rope had him by the neck. He escaped uninjured. Emil Gelsler, a carpenter of this city, was brutally assaulted Monday after noon by a plumber named HI Henry, who has been arrested and lodged .In Jail. Gelsler was severely cut about the face and head and has een unconscious moat of the time since the trouble occurred. Fred Barclay, a former Beatrice boy, has been appointed examiner for the Interstate Commerce commission at Washington. He has been law secretary to Justice Van Devanter of the supreme court for a number of years. Nebraska. DEM EDIT0R51N THE AIR Refuse to Discuss Situation Except in Private. FIRE NEWSPAPER MEN OUT Mnrk MnrraiJ- Desire, to He Named U. S. Marshal Dark Seereta Talked (Iter llehlnd Closed IJoora. (From n Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb.. April 2i.-(8peclal )- As further evidence that the democratic party knows little of where It Is and still less of where it expects to land, demo, cratlc editors of Nebraska In session here this afternoon absolutely refured to talk over the situation In their mating until newspaper men not connected with democratic papers left the room. Edgar Howtrd was the first man to kick. He said he did not want to talk about conditions In the democratic party with fellows around who did not feel like a democrat feels Just now. "Doc" Tanner of South Omaha wanted tho sheep to go awsy and leave the goats to fight It out among themselves and the watchful waiting potlcy was continued until some body made a motion that everybody who wna not connected with a democratic pa per should get out. The motion prevailed unanimously after one valient soldier hail protested against the firing of reporters who were connected with other papers. Twenty-six of the writers of democratic doctrine wero present when the meeting was called to order by Senator W, TI. Smith of Seward and Mark Murrny of Ponder, who wants to be United States marshal, was elected chairman. It was discovered that there was 119.75 In the treasury, counting the dues paid In and that not paid in which ought to be. This condition aroused the sympathy of one man and he paid In half a dollar, the sum set as necessary to qualify as a democrat, and while the two reporters of republican papers were slowly making their getaway under invitation of the chairman, the doors were closed and the dark secrets revealed to sympathetic ears only. Mitchell High Team Wins Two Debates MtTCHnLL, S. V April :t.-(8pecla.) -Last night at the city hal tho Mitchell High school team defeated a team from the Aberdeen High school In a debate on the advisability of making the supremo Judges of South Dakota subject to popu lar recall. Mltohell had the afrirmatlve. declaring for the recall. Another team from this high school debated the Huron High school at Huron tonight on the same question, rut maintained the oppo site side. They were also successful. This makes three victories out of a pos sible fourvfor the season and closes the debate work for the year. Carl Bojden, Walter Helor"and Miss Margaret Glea- son spoko here for Mitchell. Vern Kel- ley, William Doyle and Jack Potter wore Aberdeen's representatives. being a gas proposition. Drillers on the Atderdlce tract. rcentl bought by Gen-t-ral Manager O. W. Hotdrege of the Bur lington and ncooelntes, have hroughl In an oil-well, It Is reported. MAYOR SHELDON OF AMES HAS NERVOUS COLLAPSE AMES, la., April 21. (Special Telegram.) Parley Sheldon, mayor of Ames and democratic candidate for lieutenant gov ernor and one of tho most widely known men In Iowa. "3 years old, Is suffering from a nervous collapse. He left his homo about 6 o'clock this morning to walk down town. He got to tho passen ger station of the Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern road, of which ho Is receiver. In a fainting condition. Letivlng the -sta tion he collnpscd and was taken to his home. U Is denied that he suffered a paralytic stroke, which was reported, but he Is comatose at times and cannot ar ticulate nor move his body, t DrUlers Strike Oil.' BASIN. Wyo.. April 21.-(Hpeclal Telo KTam.) Drillers on tho Torchlight lease yestordny brought In what Charles Orch ard, local manager of the company which controls the lease, pronounced a very sat Isfactory well. Tills Is the first oil well brought In on the tract, tho former well Held for llnienr Robbery, HOONK. la.. April !l.-iRpeelal.)-Olar. ence Cain and Jack Anderson were ar rested here tcday and lodged n Jail on the clmrge of robbing two Burlington box oars In tho local yards of a quantity of coffee, tobacco and cigars, Cain, whose home Is In this city, was recently te leased from the Nebraska penitentiary, after serxlng a year for robbery DR. MILLENER HEARS VIA WIRELESS FROM WARSHIPS At Ids wireless station on the root of the Union Pacific building. Dr. Mlllener exnects to ho In constant communication 1 with Hie United States fleet moving across the Gulf of Mevlco toward the Mexican wast. This morning the doctor picked up several messages relative to tho movements of the battleships. While under government Instructions there are strict orders against giving out Information relative to the whereabouts of United States vessels or troops In tlmo of war, the doctor learned that tho ships are stenmlnc along and are making good progress, RICHMOND MUCH WORKED UP OVER WAR SITUATION Henry C. Richmond, editor of "The. Nebrnskan" Is so exorcised over Ihs Mexican situation that he declnres he wilt bolt the democratic administration. Ho expects to attend tho Democratic Editorial association meeting at Lincoln today, and he said yesterday that he would not bo surprised It ho should go so far as to nsk thn association to bolt the administration. He declares the trou ble with Mexico at this time Is entirely uncalled for. Sophus Noble and H. C. Richmond are the editors who will attend the meeting from Omaha. $5FIVE DOLLARS$5 WIM buy, tomorrow, In our Millinery Sect Ion t tho greatest, lint vnln rver put on tho market. All of tlieso hats nro Abundantly Rurnltuird In ribbon, flowers, etc., nnil nmilo of the) choicest Hwhs ltenip, In all tho Intent nhnpes, Shepherdess, Wnttcnu or Itantfeati effects. Smart, stylish hats for every occasion, worth in many instances $7.50 to S10.C0, for this special sale, Not a hat in the lot that you would not bo proud to wear anywhere, and it will cost you only $5 00 Wr $522 4 . End Stomach Misery, Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn, Sourness-Pape's Diapepsin UNIVERSITY CADETS WHO WILL GET COMMISSIONS LINCOLN PHONE COMPANY APPLIES FOR NEW RATES HASTINGS, Neb., April a.-(Speclal Telegram.) Hearing ori the application of the Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph company for permission to fix a new schedule of telephone rates for consoli dated service in Hastings was held today before the State Railway commission. A committee representing the Chamber of Commerce asked for continuance of pres ent rates and free service to surrounding towns. The company made a showing In support of the agreement at a recent citizens' meeting for a raise of tl per month on business telephones and con tlnuance of free service to exchanges In Adams county. The matter was taken under advisement by tho commission. The consolidation of manual and automatic plants will take place about, May 18. MILK AND WATER CAMPAIGN IS STARTED AT NORFOLK NOR FOLIC, Neb., Aprit 21.-Srctal Telegram.) The city council passed a strict ordinance governing the sale of milk In Norfolk. A councilmanlc commit- tee. aided by the Board of Health, has been appointed to act as a sanitary milk insDectlna- committee. The tuberculin test will be started Immediately. Remonstrances were filed against seven saloons. Hearing has been set for Thurs day morning. Licenses expire May 1. NELSON ISAPP0INTED POSTMASTER AT NORFOLK WASHINGTON, April 21. President Wilson today nominated the following postmasters: Idaho J. V. Hawkins, Coeur d'Alene. Nebraska A. O. Nelson, Norfolk. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April Sl.-(Speclal.)-Unl-verslty cadets, graduate this year, com missions Issued by governor for the re serve mllltta. as follows: All commissioned as second lieutenants, to rank from April 14, 1914. Colonel, Perry O. Adams; lieutenant colonel, Charles Murray; majors, Ernest w. Loseue, Henry l jjuii: captains. Thomas R. Enyeart, Henry Stubbe, John. C. Hlgglnn. Joim m. aurora, Harry ta. Abbott. William H. Bees, Lee W. Thomp son. Charles N. Burgoss, Warren O. Savage. Meianeuion uranam I'ossom; first lieutenants. Walter F. Roberts. Charles E. Wells, Carl A. V. Walllne, Lenuel R. Wilcox, Thomas K. nennam, Thomas L. Holding. Walter R. Carlson, Cecil Esslg; second lieutenants, Albert K. Plnney, Edward J. Kenara, entries u. Mokm. RJIav K. Haskell. Robert C. Chamberlain. Lleyene N. Thurber, Orln T Feather, ictor N. rearson. Seward Msn Dtea of Apoplexy. SEWARD. Neb., April 21.-(Speclal.)-Mllton Shorey died suddenly from apo plexy Sunday afternoon. He had driven with a companion to the farm of Barclay Hickman and complained of feeling 111. He was taken Into the house and a phy sician summoned, but died immediately, He leaves a widow and one son. Clyde, who practices law in Chicago. He was 68 years old. Time it' In five minutes your sick, nauseated stomach feels fine Ends Dyspepsia. Sour, sick, upset stomach, Indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia;, when the food you eat ferments Into gases and stubborn lumps; your head aches 'and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you re alize the magic in Pope's Diapepsin. It makes stomach distress go in five minutes. If your stomach is In a revolt If you can't get It regulated. please, for your sake, try Pane's Dia pepsin. It's so needless to have a bad stomach make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsin. There will not be any distress-cat with out fear. It's because Pane's Diapepsin "really does" regulate weak, out-of-order stomachs that gives It Its millions of sales annually. Get a large fifty-cent case of Pope's Diapepsin from any drug store. It Is the quickest, surest stomach relief, and cure known, It acts almost Ilka magic It Is a scientific, haimless stomach prepara tion which truly belongs In every home. Advertisement. Slak Headache. Mrs. A. ti. Lucltle, East Rochester, N. Y.. was a victim of sick headache and despondency, caused by a badly weak ned and debilitated condition of her stomach, when she began taking Cham berlaln's Tablets. She. says: "I found, them pleasant to take, also mild and ef fective. In a few weeks time I waa re stored to my former good health." All dealers. Advertisement HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA MAKES PURE BLOOD Your heart works nlgbt and day without pause. It Is the principal organ of the circulation of your blood. H Is of the utmost impor tance that It should do Its work well. The quality and quantity of jour blood hare much to do with Its action. It is the mission of Hood's Sarsa parllla to make the blood pure and abundant. Thousands testify that it does this great work. There is no better blood remedy, stomarh tont'j or nerve builder. Take Hood's. York Church Federation Rleet. YORK, Neb., April 21,-(8pecUl.)-Ya-terday afternoon the York Church fed eration held Its annual meeting. A reso lution was passed and copies forwarded to Nebraska's congressmen favoring subi mission of amendment to the national constitution for constitutional prohibition of the liquor traffic. The following offi cers were elected: President, Judge Ar thur a. Wray; vice president, Prot Charles Blsst of York college; secre tary, Prof. R. E. Cutler; treasurer, Charles Warner. ELDER GEORGE WEAVERS OF TABOR DIES IN NEW YORK TABOR, la.. April 21,-(Special.)-Elder George Meavers, the head and founder of the Faith Home association and set tlement of Tabor, died Saturday after a few days'' Illness from pneumonia at Waverly, N. Y where he went to con duct religious meetings during the Easter season. The deceased has been a noted religious and mission worker ever since the civil war, during which he served under General Dodge as a member of Company A, Fourth Iowa Infantry. In 1892 he bought forty acre of land in Tabor and had It Incorporated as a missionary home, where he conducted a school of four rooms with 101 or more pupils', an orphanage, a religious pub lication plant and other agencies for the spread of the gospel and uplift of hu manlty. The deceased was born In Cam hridgeshlre, England, February It, 1840. The body will be brought to Tabor thla week and Interred in the family lot In Mount J!lon cemetery, southeast of Tabor, The widow and five daughters and one son survive, ONLY Parmer Hold Meeting. C LARKS, Neb., April :l.-(Spcial.)-The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Merrick County Farmers' Co-Op-eratlve association of Clarks, was held here Saturday afternoon. The manager's yearly statement was presented and ac cepted. J. C. Inbody and Hellmuth Koel ler were elected as members of.the board of directors. The last year has been a very prosperous one for the association, as was shown by the manager's report and thn working capttal of the associa tion received a substantial Increase. 4 Construction Camp at Tahlr Dock. TABLE ROCK, Neb., April 21. (Spe cial.) Sixty-five men were shipped here from St Joseph Saturday on the Bur llngtpn for construction work here. The call was Issued there Saturday morning and the state free employment bureau aupplled twenty-five of the number and the others were picked up at other em ployment bureaus. The men will go Into camp here for the summer. A Horn thnt Won't Ileal quickly relieved and helped by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 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