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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL s, 11)U
MESSAGE DBMS OUT THRONG , n PlASSSZ . 7 . , . j navy tea requested Information relatlvs Brilliant Asbiage Greet, Wihon-! T j situation. I, Wheil He-Addresscs Congress, applause is very subdued , Mexican Students F Gravity of Occatlon IH lr All Who Msten lo Word that Mny Menu Urulnnlnx of AVnr. at Notre Dame Are Thrown Into River (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON. Afrit ai.-(SpitUI Tele tnrs.m.) SJxttui jears ubo, on inu Sth ilsy ot April, tbe coiiirwis of i;,fc United State. nfUr having uuil t6 It a roessajc from Ptesldent W.lliani tcKtnlr, recit ing the Inulxn.tle tiit hf.d Uen hiaped xip n the tMA. tin. ttrm.it.ts that hnd been committed u(on tii viotHH hcmUphre by one of the o;dtst wv.Iltdtlons of Urt world, and tno futhir fact thnt on.. f our men-of-war iv.ton iuceabiy at anchor In th harbor of lib. ana, had btcn dyna mited Hnd livta ot nearly !& American soldiers &nuffed out; with thtse and other facta with whlth t .ut nieuaKo dealt, the congress of Iho United States at an out burst of enthusiasm, untrudg ntriy p'aced In the hands of J'rmldent McKir.ley PL 000.(00 for up In the mobilisation of th army and navy of the I'nlted Utiles, for the purpose of waking: war upon Spain. Tho scenes attendant upon the reading ot the mcflnase of President McKiniey will never be foreotten bv thos wh pa: tlrlpntcd In them, a maseasn clothed In ample dignity and broad statesman ahlp that marks It aa one of the greatest etate paper the country has had In half a century- Flint of I la Kind In HUtory. Today, for the first time In the hUtory of the American Kovernment, the presl dent of the I'nlttd Statu appeared on the floor of the house to read hla mes eago dealing with war and all Ita related horrora. In point of number the crowds today far exceeded those In attendance upon rrtvlQua occasions rhen President Wilson haa addressed the two houses. The diplomatic fcallery was crowded with the flower of the countrlea represented In Washington, -white the president's gat lery held the wlfu of the chief magistrate and hla immediate family and other closely related tq the administration. Ambassador Juaserand and Mr. Jus eranrt of France, 8ir Cecil and Lady Spring-Rice ot England, the new Japanese ambassador and Mrs. Chlrida, Minister and Mrs. Feet of Peru, the minister from Coat Blco, the minister, from Ouatamela, John Barrett. directbr-generl of tile Pah American union, and the American secre tary ot state. William Jennings fcryan. were among tne eminent lights that filled the gallery set apart for the dlplo uiatlo corps. Applnnse Wai Jteressed. But In the historic event of today, It must be said, that th applause which tnot the president upon his Introduction lo the Joint hodtes of the Bty-thlrd con gress, lacked that apontaelty with which he was greeted when he read his address on thu urlrf," and that on thu tolls qucs-. tlon. It may have hem that the occasion was so momentous that thu Audience felt that m :rl-s had been 'reached! In tho Ufa of tho nation! that the 'country wis once mora going to' wnr for ft principle! utid $ha therefore, w append tho n tr.otlc Utterances of the prteldent would u-innout of place. Uutmie fact tcmalna that tho personally '.d-lvdfid mtssHtfo dni not sjliave t.(vt liutupr in H tli4t,tha nwrnterjt of i( , ,uua and serwtit had expected It rW(. . ,iavc.' One eminent gentleman even went to tar tui to cull Jt "the most piaceful war njfsflagt ever dedviOrtd" Tho e.U Kvnce bf deflnltcness was also subject to tons.derHblt) crltclsnt, not only by the Minority, but by those who are frieit'ds ot Old I rectJut und of the ndmir.Utratlon. It afforded no new matter but reiterated matUr thst haa been universally Known through the nwpar" Ot the world d nuu April when the Indignities to th flag chatgtd to Huortft wre committed, .lirnekann Vote for I'reltlvnt. Evtry member of tu Nebraska dele gallon in the house voted for te passage ot the resolution justifying the president in employing the armed forces of tiw United States against Mexico. While not entirely to the llklnK ot some of the Ne bratkan. they voted for the resolution on the patriotic grounds that under the circumstances they .were In duty bound to uphold the hands of tho president, In asmuch as the caso against Mexico had progressed this far. Not since the Elxty-thlrd congress com menced has there been 1J0 many oldttme members of the houeo and senate on tho floor as were present today. Iowa had on the floor of the houai ex-Members Hepburn and Hull, who belonged (a-the eld guar)' In the Spanish-American war Cays. From Nebraska came- "Dave'' Mer cer and Andrews, while Minnesota was represented by John Und, the silent rep resentative of the president at Vera Cms, Loreh Flttoher and others. Grlgshy on Droit Afcoln. As an Incident ot the very serious situation, which Is confronting the United Stales came a patriotic, letter from Colonel Melvln Orlgsby or Bloux Falls.: 8, P., to Congressman Hurke. of the' state?. tendering his services to the pruM-j Cent,' should war against Mexloci be de- j ctareA. This Utter was-presented to the J present this morning by Mr. Durk. In It Colonel lrtg$uy errors to raise a brigade of three regiments ot rough riders . within thirty days, if to commissioned by the president Colonel drlgsby wrote the amendment that authorized the rals li g ot three rough rler regiments at the outbreak of the 8panlsh-Anrerlcan war, nnd In recognH ot ot hi service President ' McKlnlty authorized him to raise a rough r dtr re Jrnent in the states oi Nebraska, the two Oajcota xnri Montana. He began I 1 Is work of reorganlration on May J. aed 1 In seventeen" days had raited twelve! i.tujia, h.a commlfs'on itsu'ig on May 1J. j The uther two rough ilder rvglments. It' iTitt be recalled, were otflceied by the then olone is now Major General lcon prd Wood, chief of staff of th army, the ttstf who. Wtu'lead the army Into Mexlvo If 'Wo go tVere. with Theodore ttoosevcit tor t!utenat.t colonel and Colunl Jay, Torrcy. a iormor member of the housj of rcprcstntatlves and associated with tankruptty legislation. President Wlon fQren in extresed himself aa being very greatly ; pleased with th patriotism shown byj tolbnel OriKsby. WASHINGTON, April fl.-Fenor Algara, charge of the Mexican embassy here, was Informed tonight b) a telegram from the Mexican vke consul at Indianapolis that eleven Mexican students nt the Univer sity of Notre Dame at Notre D.ime, Ind., were thrown Into the river there and badly treated by Amerlaan students at thn Insttutlan. The consul informed the charge that he would take this question up with the president of the Jiilvirslty. Mr. Algara said ne would wait to hear further from tho affair before sending any word to his K'overnmtnt. RICHARDS' PAROLE REYOKED His Sentence on Charge Takei Bight Away Automatically GUILXY OF CARRYING WEAPONS Chnrst of Dnrstlnrr rendlnsr Anralnst Former United States Marshal In Addition to Other atattcrs. U. S. Army Fliers Told toBe Ready SAN niEflO, Cal, April 31 -Captain A. 8. Cowan, commander of the First aero corrs, stationed at North Island, received orders this afternoon from Washington to have his aviators ready for Instant serve Ice In lower Mexho. There are five avla tors and fifteen machines at the camp. Rley Scott, former lloutenant in the United States army, who has perfected a bomb-throwing device. Is among the num ber awaiting orders. What Is believed to have been a plot to liberate the 700 Mexican federal troops Interned at Fort nosecrans was frus trated late last night when guards ar rested a bond of fifty Mexicans who ap- proached the reservation and demanded admittance. When refused they became Insulting and insistent, the hurried ap pearance of the Twelfth Infantry awed the Mexicans nd they dispersed. The guard of the prisoners has since been doubled. Red Cross Is Ready For Mexican Service Washington, April n.-The Amer lean Red Cross has nurses enrolled and ready for service with the forces In Mexico,' according to a statement today by Miss Mabel T. Boardman. Miss Boardman said that a meeting of the' Ited Cross War Relief board prob. ably would b called by Us chairman. Burgeon General Gorgas ot the army. She added that one 6f the first moves In case ot war would he the establish' rntnt of reserve hospitals for sick and wounded On the toilf, Atlantic and Pa- clfla coasts. Hospital ships for the army and navy also are contemplated. 1 The Rod Cross expects to appeal 4o cham bers of commerce and civic organisation tor support of It , hospitals and ships, (From o Staff Correspondent.) DEB MOINES, April Jl.-(Special Tele gramsGovernor Clarke nnd Judge Iawrence Degraff of tho district court' In a conference determined the.t the sen tencing of William Richards to an in-; determinate sentence of not to exceed two year In the Fort Madison peni tentiary automatically revokes Richards' parole. Tho former united States mar shal! was found guilty ot carrying con cealed weapons and was sentenced to tw) years. An indictment charging hint with burglnry is now pending against him In the district court. Lntit Unyn for Flllnsr. It Is expected that several hundred papers will be filed with the secretary of state before tho close ot business on Wedneiday. These are the candidates for state offices on three tickets-repub lican, democrat and the progressive party. Not half of the papers have as yet been filed, but they are coming In rapidly. On the republican ticket It la now the under standing there will be no opposition to either Attorney General Cosson, Treas urer Drown or Secretary Allen. There are five candidates for state auditor and fire or six for railroad commissions.. The democrats have arranged for a com plete state ticket, as have the bull mooter, and candidates for congress In every dlatrlct. nreognlies Constitution. Judge Chaucer le haa recognised the fact that the constitution Is In the way of his declaring himself to now be eligible for the office of governor and wilt tender hi resignation. In the minds ot the Iwa'yers, however, this does not seem , to settle the matter, for It Is provided he shall be Ineligible during the term for which he was elected. The question of his eligibility promises to overshadow nil' other issues In the campaign If he filet hi papers for governor on the republican ticket. It Is expected that A. C. Savage ot Adair, a wealthy banker, wilt file as a enndtdat for United States senator to oppose Cummins. This Is not yet fully determined, a It It laid there may1 be some doubt about ability to secure the necessary papers. It wilt be purely a personal matter, as Savage, haa long been personally very antagonistic tojhe senior senator, and "while In the legislature jfolt that he fared badly with Cummins and his frlonds. CnnfrOTfrar Ovrr Tradition. Governor Clarke recently heard argu ments of attorneys In the matter of the (txtrridltfon of B. J, Engte ot Newton, who Is wanted In Indianapolis for some charge in connection with the passing of checks that were declared not good, The Indianapolis Rankers' association em ployed an attorney to undertake to secur the papers, but they are being contsted aa insufficient Will Condemn Some Propertr. The state executive council today held a session and derided upon coUdemnlng mmo of the properly needed for the use of tho state Around the state capital. A number of the property owners were be fore the council to make one more effort to secure an agreement as to price. With most of them the agreement has been c-aally secured, but a few prefer to take chances with a Jury fixing the price to be hIL PLANS COMPLETED YEAR AFTER APPROPRIATION Juet now, ovtr a year after the slate appropriation was made for tho construe- ( tlon or several new nuiimngs, including n hrntlnT plant for the School for the i t'" )lnns are Completed sxd arc on file. Architect Craddock drew amv tor letting the con- I tract has not been set. This wilt bo tho first work to be done In Omaha under the direction and management of tho newly created state board ot control ot state Institutions. The board has given some attention to other Institutions In the state. 1 A Porter house ai BBS ssssssBSD m II ILl A lot of folks would dicide to take the steak. iumDlntJ at the conclusion that it . A 1 manes tne more nutritious meat V of the two. That's not so. to make a substantial meal for seven x . H people contains four times more nutrition V than 1 Dound of meat. S w SPAGHETTI ia a food very rich in gluten the bone- and muscle-building element One of tho main reasons why housewives don't serve Spaghetti it because they don't know the great variety of rich, savory dishes that, can be made ot it. uur tree recipe book, will open your eyes to its many uses- write for a copy. 5c and Wcpkgs.buy tO'day. IMA I II I. RDOC Ira a mm a - ji St. Loub. Mo. 4& j The N. C. R. Receipt Benefits the Merchant in 10 Wyi: .i. It increases profits. 2. It stops mistakes and losses. It advertises his business and increases trade. It is plainly printed and cannot be changed. It guarantees a printed record of every article sold. 6. It tells the date the sale was made. 7. It protects employees against temptation. 8. It shows which employee is most efficient. 9.' 10. It 'shows in dollars and cents the same "amount that is recorded inside the register. It enforces correct rec ords which cannot be lost or destroyed If merchants knew of these 10 benefits, they would give N. C, R. receipts for all money Canal May Be Eeady For Warships' Passage PANAMA. April a.-Only In case ot uigent necessity may battleships use the Patiatna camt In croceed'nir 10 the biocK. adu o( th. Mexican Pacific ports. This was made plain by Governor Goethe! today lie declared that If th UnlteJ Static government Insisted, he couU speed up tha.work on the Cuearacha slide in order td-obuin a forty-five toot chan nel lie ofold, he said, also demolish th JntPir bmce across the canal and tesr t) 1 We make cash regis ters for 286 kinds of businesses. I E-ChrVs nitlal MsW ft. C. BLAS'T Jk iT""""! tM4WWflHnsWMHWn4sVWIsWBWM difference between Ford cost and heavy car cost is "velvet" for the prudent buyer. He knows the Ford not only saves him dollars but serves him best. It's a better car sold .at a lower price. Fire hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; tho touring car is flo fifty; the town car sovon fifty f. o. b. , Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from Ford Motor Company, 1916 Harney Street. The N. C. R. Receipt Benefits the Patrons of Stores in 10 Ways: x. It prevents customers from being overcharged. 2. It insures credit for all money paid on account. 3. It prevents paying the j same bill twice. 4. It shows which clerk ! made the sale. 5. It stops disputes with clerks. j 1 6. It prevents mistakes in change. 7. It enables customers to get goods and change . quickly. 8. When the customer gets home, it tells how the money was spent. 9. It proves where goods were purchased if ex change is desired. io". It protects servants and children against tempta tion and unjust suspicion. If customers of stores knew of these 10 bene fits, they would demand N. C. R. receipts for all money paid at stores. National Cash Registers print many different kinds of receipts. Service Complaints Should bo Spocifio Our telephone service must be prompt and accu rate. This is the stand ard wo endeavor to ac complish, but we must have the 'co-operation of every subscriber. We want specific re ports of unsatisfactory service. HVe can do noth ing with such a complaint as tho "servicer is bad." Clearing the Trouble In making a complaint, please give us your telephone number, and tell us just what hap pened and at exactly what lime. "When we get definite information we can take off our coats, roll up our sleeves and get right after the trou ble and remedy it. Business-Is Bettered by Bell Telephone NEBRASKA TELEPHONE GOHPAHY ' ' Op 14-DaiBy TraEns to Ghicago-4 VIA CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & Sf. PAUL RAILWAY I-EAVE OMAHA. . . . .3t00 A. M., 7:10 A. M., 5:00 RM., 7-.30 P. HI. ARRIVE CHICAGO. .4:80 P. M., 0:10 P. M., 8:00 A. M 0:15 A. M. Equipment ot th.?se trains has every requisite of pleasure and travel comfort, including comfortable coaches or chair cars, standard drawing-room and compartment-sleepers, unexcelled dining-car service, library, buffet and observation cars. Tickets and full information, at 1317 FAUNAS! SXREfcT, OMAHA, NEB. W. E. BOOK, CITY PASSENGER AGENT. Agents for all steamship lineB. Accommodations quickly secured to any part of tho world. DIRECTORY AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS, TIRES and ACCESSQR1ES . GASOLINE CARS TJIOK - . Nebraska Buick Auto Company , Lee Huff, Mgr. 1912-14-16 Farnam Street. ARMON .Marion Auto Company. 0. W. McDonald. 2101 Farnam Street. M They are a necessity wherever money transactions take place. Considering what they do,' National Cash Registers are the lowest priced machines sold in the world. II. 13. WHITKHOU8E, Salts Agnt for National Cash Registers 404 South Fifteenth St., Omaha, Neb. i MAXWELL Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation. 205-207 State Bank Building, OVERLAND Van Brunt Automobile Company, 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs POPE-HARTFORD Van Brunt Automobile Company, 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs! s TUDEBAKER E. R. Wilson Auto Company, : 2429 Farnam Street" : ; ELECTRIC CARS o HIO Van Brunt Automobile Company, 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs. STANDARD Marion Auto Company 0. W. McDonald. 2101 Farnam Street.