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STATE NEWS J
DATES FOR COMING EVENTS.
M:iy 13- Han Central Nebraska High
School truck inui-t at Fremont.
May H-Proclaimed "Mothers' Day"
Mpy If. to IS- Kta'o G. A. It. Kiicamp
input at Lexington.
May 15-18 State Dental Society an
nual convention at Lincoln.
May 17 Nebraska Hankers' conven
tion, Group One, at Heatrlce.
May 23-21 25-State Harness and Sad
dle Makers' association meeting at
May 21-25 State Association of Com
mercial Clubs' Convention at Omaha.
June 5 and o -Pageant of Lincoln,
presenting "The (late City."
Juno 6-0 Spnnluli War Veterans'
Stnto Convention at North Platte.
June 12 to Ifi Trans-.MlHslsslppI Hak
ers' Ats'n eonvpiition nt Omaha.
Juno 1,1-H-lK- Annual convention of
Nebraska Klks nt Omaha.
June 13 to 10 State P. U. O. Conven
tion nt Alllnnce
Juno 1.1-H-ir, (ireat Western Handi
cap Tournament at Omaha.
Juno lfl-2021-22 American Union of
Swedish Singers, West. Dlv., coi
certs and convention at Omaha.
June 20 to 24- state Stockmen's con
vention nt Alliance.
June 21 to 23 Piaternal Order of
Kagles, state meeting at Lincoln.
July 25 Nebraska Democratic con
entlon nt Hastings.
"It pays to advertise. .Printers' ink
is the best Investment that can be
made." Adopting UiIb as n motto,
Itov. Hobert White of tho North
Platte Preshyteilan church has near
ly doubled his church attendance and
has largely Increased tho contribu
tlons to his church since ho took up
tho pnBtornte four months ago
Shortly after his nrrivnl in North
Platte Hev. White began to do things
that never before had been heard ol
in North Platte church circles, and
seldom in the state On the billboards
around the city begnn appearing strik
ing posters, seven by nino feet, In
siting residents to go to church.
While playing with a 3S-caJlbro re
volver, C'lnienco Hall and Leonard
Harris, nges 10 and 12. of Kails City,
were both Injured by a single acci
dental discharge of the weapon. The
bullet penetrated Hall's left wrist,
then went through the fleshy part of
the Harris boy's hand and through
both his legs without striking a bone.
Medical attention was summoned.
William H. Morris, an Omaha brick
layer, dieil a few minutes after being
hit by a motorcycle driven by pollco
officer Steven Thrash sk on ono of
Omaha's busiest cornns. Scores of
pedestrians, who saw tho accident,
declared Thrasher was running nt a
high rate of speed, some placing tho
speed ns high as fifty miles an hour.
Hccausc paving assessments will
coon be made against the property,
tho Burlington railroad hns offered for
sale the State league baseball park
at Hastings and given notice to tho
local association to remove its equip
ment In thirty days. A movement Is
under way to buy tho park and keop
It as a public playground.
Hugh Atkinson, of Lincoln, Is the
best judge of horse flesh among tho
sophomore animal husbandry students
of Iowa Stnto college. Ho proved It
by coining out high man in tho con
test nt Ames for tho Wayne Dlnsmoro
borso Judging medal. Dlnsmoro Is an
Ames graduate, now secretary of the
Perchcron Society of America.
President Wilson has selectpd J.
R. Cooper to be postmaster it Hoi
drego. The Doshler Commercial club mem
bers attended n session or tho He
bron club recently and conferred re
pardlng an etiKt and west auto road.
It was decided to start a movement
for a road to extend through tho
ftouthcrn tier of Nebraska counties
nd to bo known as "The County Seat
Tho North Plntto Chamber of Com
merce is making things hum. In a
two days' membership campaign 20fi
business and professional men Joined
tho association, giving f 1.391, and It
Is hoped to run the membership up to
500 and have the budget of $7,000.
Finnl nnangemonts for the meet
ing of the Trans-Mississippi Master
Ilakers' association, which will bn
held In Omaha, June 12 to Lr, 1010,
have been completed. This organl
ration In made up of bakers of Iowa,
Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska,
A lively wrestling match was held
at Ord recently In which Koown of
Scotln threw Kinney of Spalding li
twenty-one minutes. Kinney got th'
second fall In one hour nnd twenty
one minutes. It was tho best match
over seen In Ord.
Work has been resumed on Fourth
itreet paving at Fremont. This marks
tho resumption of extensive paving
operations which were abandoned
when cool weather set In lost winter.
A shipment of hogs sent to tho
South Omaha market by August Per
son of ncrtrnii'l, Just recently, sold
for fO.G5 per hundredweight.
Another advance on farm, Imple
ments, duo to scnrclty of steel, has
been oidcred, according to Informa
tion coming to several Implement
dealers In this territory.
ilpureii made out In tho Omaha
I'lenilng House association's olllcos
Indicate thnt Omaha bank clearings
this year will paB the hllllou-doilar
mark, the llrst time In the history of
the city. With the clearings for tho
week ending April 2!) at $20,707,711.47,
a gain of $;i,osr,()12.t!7 over tho corre
sponding week a year ago, It devel
oped that the April dealings probably
will total $02.000,0110, and bring tho
total for the llrst four months of tho
year to $300,000,000.
Attendance at the democratic na
tional convention In St. Louis w.ll
mean something to W. J. Urynn. It
was tated at Lincoln recently by
some of his friends that he had sign
ed a contract to "cover" the gathering
for n newspaper syndicate. "If tho
convention lasts a week It will mean
$10,000 to .Mr. Urynn. If only a mnt
ter of a few days, It will menn about
$2,000 a day, as I understand It," one
of Mr. Uryan's close friends said.
I'Nalted Kuler Harwood, Secretary
Miner, Chailes Koeo for Omaha
lodge, and C. 1). IUmton, chairman,
iould Dletz, B. lJuckliigliam, (1. F.
Wist, C B. lllack, F. W. Judson ntid
B. F. Dinilcv for the state association,
have seeuied financing and have out
lined an extensive program for the
Nebraska Blks' fourth annual meeting
nnd (list annual reunion at Omaha
June 12 11.
The in-year-old son of A. L Hodge,
living northwest of Crawford, was
badly injured at the Hodge ranch,
near Glen, when n piece of cheese
which he had picked up nt the dinner
table, exploded, lacerating three lin
gers and destroying his left eye. It
Is thought a nitroglycerin bomb had
been concealed In the cheese, by
whom and for what purpose, no ono
Nebraska railroads In conjunction
with those elsewhere, have inaugu
rated a "safety first" movement that
hns been designated as an "anti-track
walking crusade," the Idea being to
educate people to keep on tlm publlo
streets nnd the wagon roads Instead
of walking the ralltoad tracks.
While lighting a tiro with keroBeno
a few (hns ago at his homo near Hy
nnnls, liny Ynuney was seriously
burned when tho kerosene exploded.
no ran iuii icei aim jumped niu i
tunk of water. He then saddled a 1
horse and rode five miles to town. Ho
was badly burned about the face and
legs, most of his clothes being burned
Contracts have been nwarded at
Hastings for the building of n new
home for the Sunnyslde home for old
folks at $120,000 and an addition to
the Clark hotel at $70,000. Work on
both projects Is to begin at once.
Kearney landed the State Letter
Caniers' convention for 1017 nt tho
recent meeting of the association at
While raking corn stalks Homy
Brnstmeyer, a young Hamilton county
fnrmer, wns tho victim of a runaway
team. Tho team pulling tho rako
teeth becamo unmanageable, drag
ging teeth and driver through a
barbed wire fence. When found,
Brnstmeer was unconscious, with
many cuts nbotit tho head and two
fractures of his legs.
Convict labor probably will be used
upon the Savannah-Seattle highway,
which was established last week by
tho George Washington Nationnl
Highway association, organized in
Omaha recently by delegates from
cities all the way from Seattle, Wash.,
to Savannah, Ga.
The "Win One" campaign, stnrted
by fifty-two of the fifty-seven churches
In Omaha last November, resulted n
2.71C additions to the churches, ac
cording to reports now In. The mm-
nalcn ended Bnster. The goal set
was 3,000 new memliers.
A hog which weighed one thousand
pounds and was six feet In length,
brought $78.20 on the South Omaha
stock market Just recently. Tho
porker was shipped In by M. Bona
diet of Hosklns.
Citizens of Kearney engaged In n
special election a few days ago and
turned down tho proposed contract of
the local power company to pump tho
city water by a vote of 3 tor,j alio
adopted a commission form of govern
ment. Four school districts of Iliverdnln
plan to (fnite nnd estnbllsh a ruial
high school. This will bo the fit si
township In Buffalo county to take up
The now $8,000 Methodist church nt
Ponca has been dedicated. The build
ing Is of brick, 40xG0, with a full base
ment. A street preacher from Sioux Falls,
S. D., wns "egged" In tho main street
at Morse llluff n few nights ago. Tho
preacher was delivering a tirade
which is supposed to havo reflected
seriously on certain local conditions,
when he wns attacked.
Fourteen men have been signed by
tho North Platte Haseball association
for this year and will report for duty
May 10. North Platto will havo ono
of the fastest teams In tho state again
this year and again expects to ho a
contender for tho semi-professional
championship of Nebraska.
For the second tlmo In elghtofn
yearn Columbus was selected for tho
meotlng placo of Group 2, Nebraska
Hankers' association at tho recent
business sosslon In Fremont. Tho
meeting will bo held some time In
Material for tho reconstruction of
tho million dollar Union Pacific bridge
over tho Missouri river between
)maha and Council Illuffs Is arriving
lally. The steel will start coming
early In June. Men arc now at work
putting In tho false work.
Organize Union for Avowed Pur
pose of Bringing Mistresses
TO TRAIN EMPLOYERS
Plan to Enforce Their Demands by
Wearing on Nerves cf Individual
Mistresses Lazy Glrlo Are
Denver. Colo. Twelve dollars n
week nnd no work on Sundays, short
er hours and belter trentment are
somo of tho things the Housemaids'
union of Denver demands for Its mem
bers. "We havo tho bulge on tho rich
women of Denver becauso they won't
wash their own clothes. Wo enn rule
tho women of Cnpltol Hill through this
falling of theirs," tho girls decided.
Plans to whip their mistresses Into
lino through thnlr fllsllko of grensy
dish water wcro made durlnc the meet
ing. Tho new union will call no gcnoral
strike Its membera will wear on
tho nerves of tho Individual employer
until she comes to terms.
Will Travel Llnht.
Tho women of Capitol Hill nro to
bo trained In tho way they should go.
Maids who leavo their Jobs onco a
wcok, servo meals late, tnko no back
talk and demand tho privileges for
which they havo been nsklng In vain,
nro going to do the training.
In order to carry out this plan of
campaign many maids for mlMressoB
who nro being "trained" will rent n
house where thoy can llvo between
Jobs. The now cook or second girl
will never nrrlvo nt her employer's
homo with her trunk after this. Sho
will trnvnl Hi-lit km film u-nn't hnvn In
I bo cotiBtnntly paying to huvo her bag-
gago hauled around tho city. And
while sho flits merrily from Cnpltol
Hill to Aurora her trunk will remain
safe and secure, locked In tho baggago
room of tho union homo. If sho has
n child It will bo cared for nt tho
homo whllo sho works.
Cross nnd undcsirnbln nilstressen
nro going to bo blacklisted by tho
union. At tho office to bo opened
downtown n3 soon us tho placo can bo
found, thcro will bo a long list In
cluding tho names of every employer
of houso ecrvniits In Denver. And op
posite each nnmo its owner's charac
teristics will bo put down without
mincing words. How many rooms
Take No Back Talk.
thcro aro in your houso will bo set
down, how many children and bow
well or 111-trainod they are.
Lazy Girls Are Wanted.
Employers will not bo able to get
maids who aro out of work to como
to them by putting an advertisement
In tho paper promising "excellent
wnges" when sho oxpectB to pay threo
dollars a week. Maldn won't havo to
run up telephono bills and pay faro
finding out how undcsirnbln ono may
bo an a mistress. All this Information
will bo neatly filed away on a card.
No girl will bo kept out of tho
union becnuBO Bho is lazy or incompe
tent. In fact, largo numbers of lazy
girls aro especially desired as mem
bers, tho hotter to train tho mistresses
of Denver into an understanding of
their proper placo.
PUTS BAN ON FAT TEACHERS
Directors of Pennsylvania 8chool 8ay
They Are Unable to Climb
Pottsvlllo, Pa. Candidates for posi
tions aB teachers in Pottsvlllo's pub
lic schools must be neither "fat" nor
"flossy," tho board of school directors
It waB said fat teachers would bo
unable to climb tho stoop hlllt whllo
tho "flossy" teachers would pay too
much attention to their personal ap
pearance. Hat Made of Money.
ColumbuB, Ind. MIbb Lillian Froh
man Is wearing a hat mado of fifty
now ono-dollar bills, which was mado
and given her by bor brothor, Charles
L. Frohman, a local milliner.
"Your employer Is cpilto n golf en
thusiast." "Is ho? Well, that explains It. I
was wondering where ho got all thoso
words he handed mo when I asked hi in
for a raise."
BAD COMPLEXION MADE GOOD
When All Else Falls, by Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment. Trial Free.
If you aro troubled with pimples,
Dlackhoads, redness, roughness, Itching
nnd burning, which dlsllguro your com
plexion nnd skin, Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment will do much to help you.
The Soap to cleanso and purify tho
Ointment to soothe and heal.
Froo samplo each by mall with Hook.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dopt. L,
Boston. Sold ovorywhero. Adv.
Story That Defies Time.
Commentaries havo been written on
Ihn Hook of Job which only Job could
havo tho patience to read. A hundred
books have been written nnd many n
song has been Bung with the fortunes
of Mary Stuart for their burden, but
theso havo been redoomed from tho
dullness which has so often fnllon
upon ovon tho stupendous drama of
tho Old Testament by tho mystery and
glamor which over wait upon tho Scot
Moro thnn threo centuries havo
passed sluco sho stood to her trial In
Fotherlngay castle, yot time, that cov
or most things with Its wecda, hns
been powerless to Impair the Interest
of her story.
".llmson has becomo very devoted
to his fnrally nil of a sudden."
"What makes you think bo?"
"Well, I haven't seen him nt his us
ual haunts for nearly a month."
"Thnt doesn't provo anything. Tho
factof tho mnttor Is, somebody pre
sented him with n meerschaum pipe
and ho spends his evenings at homo
"Money talks, old man."
"Happy thought! I'll get mlno to
talk Into n phonograph and save tho
Courage is a thing thnt enables us
to forget our fears.
Teach Things of Value.
Whero ono has never mado tbe ex
periment of leaving off coffoo and
drinking Postum, It Ib etlll easy to
learn something about It by reading
tho experiences of others.
Drinking PoBtum Is a pleasant way
out of coffeo troubles. A Penn. man
"My wlfo was a victim of nervous
ness, weak stomach and loss of ap
potlto for years; and although wo ro-
sorted to numorous methods for re
lief, ono of which was a chango from
coffoo to tea, it was all to no purpoBO.
'"Wo know coffeo was causing the
troublo but could not find anything to
tako Its placo until wo tried Postum.
Within two weeks after sho quit coffeo
and began using Postum almost all of
her troubles had disappeared aB If by
magic. It was truly wonderful. Her
nervousness was gone, stomach trou
blo relieved, nppetlto Improved and,
abovo all, a nlgbt'B rest was complcto
"This sounds Ilko an exaggeration,
aa It all happened so quickly. Each
day thoro was Improvement, for tho
PoBtum was undoubtedly strengthen
ing ber. Every particle of this good
work la duo to drinking Postum In
place of coffee." Nnmo given by Pos
tum Co., Dattle Creek, Mich.
Postum comes In two forms:
Postum Cereal tho original form
must bo well boiled, lCc and 25c pkgB.
Instant Postum a Bolublo powder
dissolves quickly In a cup of hot wa
ter, and, with cream and sugar, makes
a delicious beverago Instantly. 30c
and COc tins.
Doth forms nro equally delicious
and coBt about tho samo per cup.
"Thoro's a Reason" for Postum.
old by Grocers
your cooking, or
just a "beginner"
In Either Case
KC Baking Powder
will help you.
FOR 35 ycarsAlabastine lias
been the choice of house
wives who take particular
pride in the decoration of
For 35 years Alabastlne has
been bold everywhere by paint,
hardware, drug, und general
btorcs. It is known by dealers
nnd users alike as thc"tint beau
tiful" for walla and ceilings.
Alabastlne in adry powder that
tnixra rfectly In cnlil water. Ymi
can apply il youisrll nr cinr locil
lMiiurr will do tlir wurK rravm.miy.
lie ante Hut you ut
brought nn Die job
Free Color Plans
The beM decorator advise the use
ol stencils to produce ccmtiuMlna
wall nnd rrilirtK Imnlrra. Orill
tianly, stencils rost from .SO cents to
$3 00ench. Imt It you will write for
the free Al.ibastine Packet," con
tainiiw hand colored proof of 12 of
the very Litest alencil effects, we
will tell you how you can havo
your choice of these and 500
oilier at practically no expense.
Write today lor this abwlutcly
fru decutalwg trrvue.
U CrtifUI. R4 Craid Rapids, Mich.
"I'm trying to sell that houso 1
bought last year. I thought It would
bo an easy matter, but It Isn't."
"What made you think It would bo
"Well, tho agent didn't havo any
troublo selling It to mo."
"He sure and get tho right tooth,
"Don't worry. I'll get If I havo to
pull out every tooth In your head."
This Is Awful.
"Aro you Hungary?"
"Well, como along; I'll FIJI."
Answer (he Alarm!
A tmd back inaltt-a a dny'i work twice
68 linitl. Ilackaclic unuully coinen from
weak kidney, anil if liendnclieH, dizzi
ness or tirinnry dipordcra aro added,
don't wait get help before dropsy,
crnvcl or Ilriitlil'ti dirrafic rct in. Doan'a
Kidney 1'ills have; brought new life and
new fcticiiKth to thousands of working
men nnd women. Used and recommend
ed the world over.
A Kansas Case
a. W. Pike, retired
I21B John St., Win
Held, Kun., Hays:
"W h e n llftlni; n
lienvy plcco of Iron,
I felt BoinothlnK uriap
across my back and
after that, my kid
neys bothered me. I
couldn't control the
k I il n o y secretions
nnd I bad to get up
often nt night. My
back ached, especial
ly durltiK dump
weather. Uoan's Kid
ney 111)8 entirely
iuii u oiory -
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Rooms with ptivate toilet - 1 .00
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