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AIM THE EXISTENCE OF VET.
t ERINARIAN TRUST.
.3SIP FROM STATE CAPITAL
Items of Interest Gathered from Re-
liable Sources and Presented In
Condensed Form to Our
Lieutenant W. C. Stoll'a dates foi
visiting the different organizations ol
the Xobrnska national guard In Ills,
capacity as Inspector-Instructor, as
signed to this state, have been llxod
by an order ot the- war department,
Nebraska City, January 20, 1914;
Auburn, January 21, 1914; Peatrlce,
Januaty 22, 1911; Wymore, January
23, 1911; Pruning, January 21, 1914;
Davenport, January 2C, 1911; Fairfield,
January 27t 1911; Hastings, January
23, 1911; Blue Hill, January 29, 1914;
Holdrege, January 30, 1911; Alma,
January 31, 1911; Heaver City, Kcb
ruary 2, 1911; Kearney, February 4,
1911; nroken How, February 5, 1911;
St. Paul, February 9, 1911; Ord, Feb
ruary 10 1914; York, February 11,
1914; Osreola. February 12, 1911;
Schuyler, February 1C, 1911; Fuller
ton, February 17; Stanton, February
19; all Omalri companies and Fourth
regiment band, at Omaha, February
20 and 21; Company A, Fourth regh
nient, Lincoln, on February 23, and,
state arsenal, Lincoln, on February
24. All Inspections made by Lleuteiii
ant Stoll will bo during daylight
hours and will include all federal
property. A few changes have beet)
made In the dates of Inspection by Ad'
Jutiuit General Hall, extending tho
time boyond January 20, until Febru
Think a Trust Exists.
That a veterinarians' trust exist
In the stato and that farmers resent
Its encroachments Into domain tbnt
does not belong to tho "vets" oclu
slvcly, because of their professional
training, were assertions made to Gov.
ornor Morehead by a delegation of
farm paper editors and agricultural
exports who called to protest against
adoption of stringent rules by tha
llvo stock sanitary board. In tho dele
gation were Dean Burnett of tho agrl
cultuial college, Editor L. A. Hcrron
of tho Nebraska Farmer, Kdltor Oak
Davis of tho Independent Farmer and
F. C. Crooker of Filler, former mem
ber of tho board in question. Tho ef
fort is tho result of tho hog cholera
seium war in this stato. Veterinar
ians contend, and their stato nssocla
tlon so recommended, that only men
of their profession can administer tha
serum with certainty. Farmers say
that they can do Just as good a Job
and that no veterinary training Is re
quired in order to carry on tho euro
Wants Law Amended.
Stato Treasurer George has at
tempted without success to get tho
legislature to amend tho lnw so ns to
xcquiro county treasurers to remit at
short intervals all collections duo tho
state. Tho counties nro required to
anako annual settlement and thoy let
it go at that, most of them. It la not
charged that county treasurers bonc
flt by retaining stato funds In their
possession, but it is nlleged that the
counties benefit by drawing 2 per cent
interest on all stato funds deposited
in county depository banks, whllo tho
state might bo earning C per cent If
It had tho funds, or tho stato might
uso the monoy to pay unredeemed
state warrants that bear 4 per cent
Interest. In the end tho state gets Its
money from counties, but tho coun
ties get tho privilege of farming out
tho funds at interest, and very small
Interest at that.
Refused shelter in the penitentiary,
denied admission to tho county poor
farnin not wanted at tho county Jail,
and turned awny from the charity
headquarters whore ho has been stay
( lng since his release from tho state
prison, James Durkin, tho crippled
man who declared that living Is easier
and moro ' dcslrablo for him inside
rather than outside such institutions,
is novv nn Inmato ot tho Lincoln hos
pital for the insano. Ho was taken
thcro following tho verdict of tho in
sanity commissioners that ho was suf
ferlrij? from mental Ills.
Flfty-nlno horses nnd mules found
to bo suffering with glanders havo
been killed in Nobrnska during tho
year 1913 by order of tho stato vet
erinarian, nnd tho owners of these
anlmnls have been rolmburscd In tho
gross amount of $4,774. This Is at tho
rate of about ?80 for each animal
slain. Tho number disposed of Is
about half as many as In 1912.
Hundreds of dollars will be dis
tributed to tho Nebraska farmers at
Lincoln during tho week of Organized
"Lieutenant Colonol Sammons of
tho Fifth regiment Nebraska national
guard will not bo doprlved of his mili
tary rank and title until ho has been
convicted of tho offonso with which
ho stands charged." That Is tho
statement mado by General P. L. Hall,
Jr., alter commenting on tho sudden
arrest of tho Kearney man for tho
alleged theft of valuable packages
,from tho postofneo of his hometown.
If conviction Is had tho proceedings
will bo automatic and tho place will
simply bo declared vacant upon orders
Elaborate and Beautiful Evening Gown
THE Oriental influenco is distinct
enough In this elaborate evening
gown, in which one thin fabric after
another Is draped over tho silk, foun
dation. Thcro is llrst a skirt of silk
veiled with chiffon. Six narrow
ruffles aro also veiled with chiffon with
a border or tuck of this fabric ex
tending below each ruffle.
Over this skirt a tunic of laco is
worn, extending almost to tho knees.
Ono would think thie quite enough In
the way of draping, but over this a
drapery of gorgeously embroidered
chiffon is gathered like a second tunic.
By way of further elaboration a
wreath of scattered chiffon roses on
a fuzzy stem extends from tho bust to
tho hem of the embroidered chiffon,
and a small bouquet at its upper end
finishes tho corsage.
Tho draped shoulder and opening at
tho neck are finished with a flno lace
edging. There is a narrow crushed
girdle of chiffon.
Tho natural lines of the figure aro
followed in this wonderful gown, and,
NETS AND SHADOW
LACES USED FOR
THE LATEST BLOUSE
THE last stop In tho direction of
thin materials for blouses is Bald.
There isn't anything thinner than nets
and shadow laces.
'An underblouBO with sleeve caps,
(finished vlth lace) is mado of the
samo net as that used over it, In
tho waist model shown hero. A broad
band of ribbon Is tacked to it below
the bust and finished with a bow at
the left side. Tho blouso with long
sleeves is placed over this. Tho shoul
der seams and under arm seams aro
A doublo frill of net encircles tho
neck nnd extends down the front with
round pearl buttons for fastening.
Tho sleeveH aro finished at tho wrist
with two slnglo frills.
Somc'tlmes two kinds of not aro
used, but often shadow laco makes
tho outside waist, over plain not.
Heavier all-over laces aro used us
In any ot tbeso tho waist is so
sheer that a fancy corset cover must
bo worn under tho blouso. Those are
of lace, chiffon, net or thin Bilk. They
ore trimmed with ribbon and small
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wo must concede to tho French de
signer a masterful handling of tha
drapery. It is modest, but 1b meant
to bo conspicuous. It Is original and,
sticks to beautiful linos, bo that thcro
is no straining after novel effect at;
the expenso of taste.
Tho headdress is in keeping with
tho character of tho gowu. It 1b madu
of rhlnestones and a magnificent spray
of costly feathers. Tho hair is pecul
iarly dressed but suits tho typo of faca
of tho model in tho illustration, which
is pure French.
Altogether tho gown, coiffure, and
hair ornament suit this typo incom
parably well, bo that tho ensemblo la
full ot fascination. Ono could hardly
bo othor than charming with a tollctta
so completo and so beautiful. And it
is tho knowledge that she Is making a
charming appearance which lends
charm to thoso wonderful French
women, to whom tho world owes a
debt of grntitudc. They nro preserv
ing chnrm; thoy tnko caro to bo charm
ing. JULIA BOTTOMLEY.
chiffon or ribbon flowcrB, and aro very
Using a plain net waist as a
foundation, moro beautiful effertB are
mado by draping laco or chiffon veils
over them and supplying a wldo
crushed girdle of silk or velvet. Laco
veils in colors aro used for tho samo
purpose, and tinted nets nnd laces
muko posslblo an unending variety in
these thin, soft garments,
Threo such blouses take up bo lit
Uo room that they way bo carried in
a email box or a bag. They aro very
convenient for tho southern tourist,
and thoy aro indispensable with tho
SEASON'S COLOR IS YELLOW
Skillfully Handled, as It Must Be, It
Is Becoming to the Average
Yellow is much seen in these days.
Last spring yellow wns llrst extensive
ly used in llngerio. Ribbons of yel
low wero run Into nil Boris of under
wear and negligees. Then yellow
and crepe do chine were used for tho
making of rest robes nnd petticoats
and chemises and night gowns. Yel
low wnlsts of chiffon and crepe do
chine wero next worn. And then eve
ning frocks and afternoon frocks of
yellow appeared. There are oven
some yellow tweed street suitB. Yel
low is usually n becoming color, If it
is skillfully handled. But thore aro
not many skins that aro Improved by
coming into direct contact with yel
low. This fact is now understood by
most drcssmakom. In almost all tho
gowiiB and blouses of yellow there is
a generous uso of cream of whlto
tullo at tho throat. Thoro Is uBuully
a touch of black somewhero on thoso
yollow garments. A llttlo black vel
vet at tho wrist or elbow or bolt, or
a knot ot black In tho drapery of tho
skirt, gives character to tho color that
mipht otherwlso scorn monotonous.
Tho hooped coata aro very smart
Thoy aro mado of velvot, brocho satin,
velours do lalno, flno faced cloth anc"
many othor materials, says tho No
York Press, Tho gcnulno log of mut
ton sleovols scon, and, as a rule, these
coats are generously trimmed with fur
FIRST TO SEE CONFEDERATES
Boston Man Sighted Approach of Van
guard of Army of Virginia
Brought Out the Reserves.
Tliom.iH llonton Kelloy, the custo
dian of the rooms of the Vermont ns
lorhitlon of llostou, slKhtcd tho itpV
pruarh ir the vaiixuiird of tho Army
sf North Vliglnla, gave tho nlnnu
uhlch brought up tho rosoncs, and
uv tho tlrst shut fired In tho bnttle
Mr. Jvt'llo) served an a privnto In
Company K Hlghth llllnnlH cavalry.
Horn in Veimoiit, ho went to Illinois
when a boy with his father, who was a
boyhood friend of Stephen A. Douglas.
Kelloy hud met Abraham Lincoln In
Chicago In ISMi, and had attended
tho famous debates between Lincoln
and lKiuglas, and had becomo an,
ardent follower of Lincoln. Ho on
listed In a company commanded by
his uncle, who was not only one of
tho stiongoHt men In Illinois of his
day, but was a notable Hwonlsmnu.
"Our i avail y reached (lett8buig i
two ilajs bofoio tho Union Infantry,"
said Mr Kelloy, bpoaklng of his ok-
perlenocs In that battle. "On tlio
morning of July 1 a detail fioin our
regiment was on picket duty watching
tho appioach by the Chamherriburg
"1 was posted at six a. in, on July 1
with Private James O. Hale of our
company by Sergeant Lovl S. Shafer.
Wo weie on high ground between Wilt
loughby Itiiti and Casbtown crook.
"About ten minutes after wu went
on duty Hale and I noticed a thin
cloud of dust rising about two miles
nwn In a few minutes wo could dis
cern a dark cloud extending about a
inilo and a half. We watched tho
cloud coming nearer for about 4C min
utes and then wo saw what wo be
lieved was tho head of tho Confeder
ate lino mulling Its way out to tho
plko In the vicinity of Cash town,
"When wo dually mado out tho
Confederate Hag in advance I looked'
for Sergeant Shafer, is It was my
duty to report to him. He was not
In sight, and I did not wish to loso
tho iidwtntago wo had In occupying
the high ground I wanted to get tho
reserves up In time to hold that
ground against tho Confederate's.
"So I felt Justified In leaving my
posN and after telling Private Halo
to tell Sergeant Shafer that tho 'John
nies' wero coming I galloped back to
whero tho reserves wero camped.
"Lieut. Marcellus E. Jours was In
command of this small force about 48
rods In the rear. When I gave him tho
message Im snatched his bridle rein
from tho limb of n sapling, vaulted In
to tho saddle and ordered tho rollof,
composed of two troops, to tubIi to tho
"When wo reached tho post Ser
geant Shafer and Privnto Halo wero
there. Lieutenant Jones, after scan
ning tho approaching Confederates,
took Sergeant Shafor'B carblno nnd
stopping to tho rail fence rested tho
barrel in a crotch. The head of tho
column waB then .within rnngo and
Lieutenant, Jones picked out a man
riding a largo gray horse just at tho
left of tho colors. He aimed at him
and tired, but I do not think ho hit
"This was tho opening shot of tho
battle of Gettysburg. Immediately tho
Confederate column halted, and u lino
of skirmishers was thrown out. Only
a few minutes had clapBod Blnco I
gave the alarm, but wo had boon
reinforced by our cavalry, and wo sent
"Our command was ordered to dis
mount and our horses wero sont to
tho rear, in 10 or 12 minutes tho bat
tle was on In earnest.
"Vo fought the Confederate dis
mounted cavalry whllo waiting for tho
Infantry to come up to reinforce us,
and although we wore outnumbered
tlvo to ono we held our ground for a
time. Wo wero forced back slowly,
but wo kept on firing na wo rotreated.
By this time tho action waa general.
"After wo wero relieved by tho In
fnntry our regiment wns ordered to
tako tho prisoners back and deliver
them to the provost marshal. Wo did
so and after that wo supported tho in
fantry, taking caro of tho left Hank
movement of our Infantry."
Thanks for Gettysburg.
Post r8, Harrlsburg, Pa., Bont inor
than 90 per cent, of Its members to
nttond the Gettysburg Jublloo, nnd so,
well pleased wore thoy with tho en
tertainment that tho post recently
passed unanimously a resolution of
thnnks, prepared by N. A. Waumer,
post adjutant. Tho resolution thanks
tho great state of Pennsylvania and
tho offlcors In chnrgo of tho camp.
A copy waB sent to Col. Lewis Pelt
ier, socrotary of the Gettysburg com
mission. Frank Explanation.
"Why do you always ask mo to Blng
that particular Bong?" asked tho young
woman. "Ib thoro somothlng nhout
tho sentiment that appealB to you?"
"No," replied her father, "I'd rather
have you sing a tuno l'vo gotton used,
to than try somothlng new."
A Material One.
"There was a coldness between Tom,
and Mabel I noticed tho other night"
"You don't say so."
"Yes; thoy wero Bitting on opposlU
sides ot an ice cream table."
Good Bowels Are
An Aid to Growth
Growing Children Need a Mild
Laxative to Foster Regular
As a child grows older it requlroa
moro and m&.3 personal attention
from tho mother, and as tho func
tions of tho bowols nro of tho utmost
Importance to health, great attention
should bo paid to them,
Diet la of great Importance, and tho
mother should watch tho effect of cor
tnin foods. A food will constlpato ouo
nnd not another, and so wo havo a
healthy food llko eggs causing bilious
ness to thousnnds, and n wholcsomo
fruit llko baunnas constipating many.
It Is also to bo considered that tho
child Is growing, and great chnnges
nro taking placo In tht youns mnu or
young woman. Tho syatom baa not yot
settled Itself to Ub later routine
A very valuable remedy at this
Btngo, and ono which overy growing
boy and girl should bo given often or
occasionally, according to tho Individ
ual circumstances, Is Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. This In a Inxatlvo and
tonic combined, so mild that it 1b
given to llttlo babies, and yot equally
effect lvo In the most robust constlttii
tlon. At tho llrst sign of a tendency
to constipation glvo n Binall doso of
Syrup Popsln nt night on retiring, nnd
prompt action will follow In tho morn
ing. It not only nctB on tho stomach
nnd bowels but Ua tonic propel tlea
build up and' Btiengthon tho system
generally, which In nn opinion shared
by Mr. John Doy of Bloomlleld, N. J.
Ho has a largo family and nt ngos
whero tho growth and development
SNOW REALLY A BLESSING
Denver Newspaper Rejoices at the Re
markable Fall of "the Beautiful"
Throughout the State.
It has been said boforo. Lot It bo
Bald again. Tho snow that you swept
from your walks, that sifted down
your collars, that got Into your hnir,
your ejes. your tempers, Is worth a
million dollais to the agriculturists of
Colorado. To tho dry farmer who
plows It Into his soil It will brlug re
wards In n next yoar's hank account.
Lying In tho mountains It will How
down the ditches to tho lrrlgatlonlsts
noxt season. On rnnch. In orchard
and truck gnrden it means moisture
and money. To tho city It means
health that nlwayB comes from sen
ponnblo weather. Wado through it
with a Binllo on your lips, shovel It
with song In your heart, roll It Into
balls and throw nt your neighbor with
a laugh and n cheery word. It spells
tempornry Inconvonlonco and future
prosperity and a whlto Christ mas for
tho public treo that brought all Don
vor all Colorado Into that new, bet
tor, greater, get-together bond ot
friendship nnd work. Denver Times.
ECZEMA IN WATER BLISTERS
748 Congress St., Chicago, III. "My
eczema broko out llko llttlo water
blisters. Each ono was full ot water
and would Itch until I would scratch
it open, then tho water would run out
and It would get sore. I first got tho
eczema on tho back of tho hand and 1
scratched it so hard I mado it all sore.
Then I got It on my logs Just abovo
tho anklo nnd above the kneo.
"I used what thoy call and it
stopped tho itch but it got worse.
Then I used . In all I had tho
trouble for about two years. Ono day
I saw tho advertisement of Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment in tho paper. I
wroto for a samplo of Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment nnd I tried them and
then bought soma moro. Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment loft my sores nice and
smooth. I used them for six voeks,
and am now cured; tho eczema loft no
markB." (Signed) P. W. Horrlsch,
Oct. 19, 1012.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Samplo ot each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv.
Mth. Peck John Henry, did
mail that lettor?
J. Henry Yes, my denr, I er hold
It In my hand all the way to tho mall
box. I didn't oven put it In my pocket.
I romember distinctly, becauso
Mrs. Peck That will do, John
Henry 1 gnvo you no lettor to mail.
Undoubtedly a Tip.
"Was It a genuine tip Ilnwson gave
you on the Btock market?"
"I guess It wns; It made ma lose
Living up to our Ideals Isn't re
sponsible for tho high cost of living.
Every business man knows how difficult It is to keep the pigeon holes and drawers
of his desk freo from the accumulation of useless papers. Evsry houiawlfa knows
bow difficult it is to keep her homo free from the accumulation ot all manner
of useless things. So it is with tho body. It is difficult to keep it free from the
accumulation of waste matter. Unless tho waste is promptly eliminated tho machin
ery of the body soon becomes clogged. This is the b'gloalDg of most humnn ills.
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
do Tablet or Liquid Form)
AsUta tho stomach in the proper digestion of food, which Is tamed fata health
siuUlninjr blood and nil poisonous wasto scatter Is speedily disposed of through
Nature's cbannols. It makes men and women clear-headed ana able-bodied restores
to thxra tho health and strength of youth. Now la the time for your rejuvenation.
Send W cents for a trial box of this medicine.
Send 31 eo-cM stamps, for Dr.
AdtUtr 10OS pases worm Z.
m. v. rtcaea.
must bo wntched. Llttlo Mario has
thrived espoelally well on Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Dcy consid
ers it tho right laxatlvo for young and
old and has found nono bettor for
Tho ubo of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin will teach you to avoid cathartics,
Bnltn nnd pllla, iib thoy nro too harsh,
for tho majority and their offect Is
only temporary. Syrup Popsln brings
permanent resultn, nnd it can bo con
veniently obtained of any nearby drug
gist nt fifty cents nnd ono dollar a hot
tlo. Kosultn aro always guaranteed or
money will bo refunded.
Fnmlllcs wishing to try n freo Bam
pin hottlo can obtain it postpaid by ad
dressing Dr. W. I J. Cnldwell, 203 Wash
ington St., Montlcello, III. A postal
caul with your uatnu and address oa
It will do.
Park for Millionaires.
Plans for tho transformation at an
enormous cost of tho 14,000 aero Palos
Vordoa ranch, overlooking Los
Angeles harbor and tho Cntallna chan
nel, Into ono ot tho most magnlllcont
residential parks In tho nation for
American millionaires, nro being
mado. Frank A. Vnndorllp of the
National City bank of Now York and
his nssoctntes recently purchased th
tract for $1,750,000 for this purpose,
Tho plans ns thoy now stand promise
to luvolvo an expenditure of 5,000
000. THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls! Beautify Your Halrl Make II
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant Try
the Moist Cloth.
Try as you will, after an application
of Danderlno, you cannot find a single
traco of dandruff or falling hair and
your scalp will not Itch, but what will
pleaso you most, will bo after a few
weeks' uso, whon you boo now hair.
Ann n nil dnivnv nf flrnt von hut rnnl.
j ly now hair growing all over th
A llttlo Danderlno Immediately dou
bles tho beauty ot your hair. No differ
enco how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, Just moisten a cloth with
Danderlno and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking ono small
strand at a time. Tho offect Is lm
mcdlato and amazing your hair will
bo light, fluffy nnd wavy, and have an
nppearanco of abundanco; an incom
parable luster, softness nnd luxuri
ance, tho beauty and shimmer of trus
Get a 25 cent bottlo of Knowlton's
Danderlno from any store and prov
that your hair is as pretty and soft
as any that It has been neglected or
injured by careless treatment that's
Mending Stiff Felt.
Breaks In stiff felt frequently may
be mended by holding under thorn a
lighted match, tho heat causing the
shellac for stiffening to melt and run
Mr. Window's Soothing- Byrup for Oblldrea
tectliluKi nofteus tlio buioh, reduces luflamm
tlon.allayi pmlo,our wind collc,Xc a bottlcJti
It is foolish to become chummy
with a man who treats his dog bettar
than ho does Ills wlfo.
Coughs and Colds cannot hold out against
Dean's Mentholated Cough Drops. A single
doio gives relief 5o at all Druggists. '
No, Cordelia, It may not bo a char-
Itnble instinct that prompts a man to
glvo himself away.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stala
tho hands. Adv.
pn way to mnko a woman happy
Is to envy her.
Piticefs Coauaou 8as afcdfcal
Always aaad? la caea at lamlly I
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