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NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Erief Items For
STANDINQ OF DALX TEAMS AT END
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NEDRASKA STATE LEAQbC
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An assembly of evangelical ohunihos
i.r Nebraska will ho held August ?. to
September at IMwrshh. jiml.. Mil
'I'hi' wheat Held of Allien Uubllmj,
ni'iir Llhorl.x, wax dost io.v oil mill hl.s
mrii hudl.x dumngod lj lire ol' iiuki'iiwn
L'fforts in serine an linleiioinleni
sugar factory Tor the North l'latti'
valley, to he located at Tniilngton. ale
Vigil Jensen, II) j par old Keainey
Ikj., Is dead fiota hlood p iNon and
Infection icsultlng rrom scratching a
mole on his shuulcor.
Itosubcllo Shidok, IS, and .lulla I III
sak, I!), weie ill owned in'ar Sehu.xlor
while wading In a sand pit which was
dei'i than they supposed.
Walter II. Alhacli, III, sun of Mrs.
W. Alhacli, or ilniaha, has liccn
orillied for nilniissinn to the Fulled
.Slides naval acadeniy at Annapolis.
A pig with the legs and hoots hoiti
on iho Alfred Thcrgeriison farni noiir
Swoilcburg three mouths ago, Is tin Iv
ing and is noiiaal and npparonll.x
hea I Ihy.
Tlio .state hoard of equallatlon has
authorized Stale Tax C nissiniier
Sniitli to Investigate an apparent ernn
of oer .si'.."".! !,(( Hi In the assessment
retains from .lolni-on count. last
Kdltrass, cattleman of Crnnd Island,,
-ii-iiii ii.ii ii-ii Hie I llll'IIL'O IIIIIIKI'
I l( ii'iils per hundied on a Mile of
l.r.!i choli'o lirauiled rade lloioronlv
u'iikIiik l,oo:t pounds at $11. ."ill per
IMrector.s of the .state tends tour
nament which was to Mime heeu held
Jit Lincoln, In the week heinnin
August (J, have postponed the toiirnn
ini'iit one week, which will niako the
opi'iiiiif,' dale Aliust lit.
Iluiidieds of Nehraskans and lowmis
tiro helnj; Initiated Into Ak-Sar-Iten
Mich Monday nlht at Ak-Sar-lten
Don. The show this jcur Is or un
usual hrllllnncy and tin1 visitors are
lii'lni; entci tallied ro.Mill.v.
Mrs. Sybil I, Nelson. iiod ulioiit ."0.
wife of 10. W. Nelson, former president
of the National Credit Men's assoi la
lion and treasurer and ciedlt man of
ii IcailltiK Lincoln merchautlle estab
lishment, was killed In an automobile
accident near Deadwood S. l,
President and Mrs. llanllni;. mem
hers of the cabinet. Supreme Justice
Tall, associate Justices mid (Jen. .lohu
J, I'orshinj; will lie Invited by Ak-Sar-Ken
governors to attend the Patriotic
IIMorlc America pageant to ho held
In inualia October :t In connection with
Ak Sar-lten festMlles, accotdiii;; to
lolin Lee Webster, attorney.
Henry Allen Itrarneiil," of Lincoln,
has Just finished ami Issued the Hist
number of several oluiucs envoi lux
the history ol the Nebraska Press
assoi latlou. it is a neatly xnttou up
affair, containing' data and iufin'iimti ui
ii.nnecied with the story of the or
Kiinl.atlon, I rum its fouudiux m the
presi ut day. and will be appreciated by
evtr.v iiieinher of the newspaper jr.i
tirnlt.v in the State.
Twelve farmers north of Scliu.ler,
Colfax county, arc seeking an Injunc
tion in district court iiKiiiiihl Colfax
lounty in u nioxcment to const met a
lare drainage ditch ciuptyliiK into
Maple creek. Kleven land owners
signed the petition to the 'county lor
the const ruction or the ditch. The
twelve who seek to prevent the liu
pioveuient contend that the ditch will
iiuise Maple creek to ovei llow upon
"Hilly" Hecker. SI, Columbus city
dork, Is takliiK bis first vacation lii
thirty oars. The city (ouuoll told
him to net out or the otliie and stay
nut for at least thirty da.vs and
blinded him mi order on the city
vreiiMirer for $100 to spend on bis
.1. M. bite, for the past sl years
nlltor of the Journal, the olllcliil pub
lication of the international Stercot.vp
eis and Klectrot.vpers union of North
inerlcu, has been leelectcd editor of
the publication. The Join mil Is pub
lished In Omaha and has a circulation
"t nunc than S.OIM)
Mr and -Mrs. Oscar Kranniim of
Jiavhl City, celebrated their golden
wkIiIIiih; anniversary last week by
(iixltiK a dinner for friends and a re
ipptlon for members of the First Hap
1st i hare h.
Old Dobbin Is again coming Into
his own. During a two days' wale of
I res and mules at South Omaha.
hundreds of animals changed hands,
ri.ere were ovt r 100 of them, and
iiuv camo from Nebraska, Smith
Dakota, Iqwa, and shippers at vari-
oii otlu r points. Tliey sold for prices
Hinging fioin $2 to $105, the average
bevug ? 15.ro. One mule sold for S'JOO.
The T.ntlirnn o!" noitti Nolrn-"'t
)in Ink l mi option mi the Campbell
hospital nt .Vol folk. Tlit' p inliiiu
pi loo Is $l".l,tiM
, There art' .o,,,i"'' homos unit is,.",-!."
ClllllllOII llf school llgo III (llllllllit III'
'''ii"g t figures iii.iu.ini in n... wrsi
HCllOol CI'llSUS ICIOIltl.V I Olllplll'll.
Iltllltlieils o midwest liiorellilllis
III' being IllMloil n nltl'llll III' Full
Men limits .Market Week r-l Ix lllf to
' ImjiiiikdI In Omaha tin wool, of August
iif htidieil mill I Wfitt.x -II v yol Tors
from nil parts of iiorihi'iM ..'obruska
S V of till- II I1 1 1 nit 1
loiirmiinoni in t no .Miriiionsi .Nonras
Kit loir ax-Jin hit Ion mi Norfolk.
A Joint plinle of mciiit M'i-4 nf the
I Ileal i Ice, Fultbtir.x. Auburn, Teeiimsch,
iiiiiil W.miioii Kiwnuls clubs niiil Ihi'lr
! J'i tnlHi-M will ho held lii Iteulrlee -iitiiti
lime liming tlio month or August.
Tin1 Initial Orgnn Trull ihiv- -ilt1rn-tloii
will he liolil In Geilng on August
J I mill will ho l ho loiiM'iiiiin r ol an
iinniinl three dn.vs festival rnmiuiMiior'
ill Int.' Ilio dn.vs or Iho Oregon 'I'lnil.
riciii l.nl.o, la town s must In mi.
tlfal flrl. Miss Mouile Miiruo of
Slou City, spent inst weiU here nrt
the nest of the (.tear l.al;e Coniiiiei'
clal Chili, C. It. Sllshy niiil the l.aU
Sliole Hotel. Tlio weel.'x viii-iiiliin m iw
pan of the prl.e lie w.in hist mil
u hen sii, u.k ....li..,l 1.. ti...
Stale Pair Judf.cs to be the prettiest
girl In the "coin state." She was chos
en rrom 0200 entiles. A period .'!(!,
Miss Murray Is the plettno of health
mid represents the true l.vpo o the
American (iirl. Her hair Is a heautilul
blown and her teatuies ralr. Hosldes
being an pcit swimmer, she ildes
horseback well and is enthusiastic
about anything pertaining to outdoor
Prod !ortoii, 70, a tanner living
between Columbus and Seliujler, had
his let) arm severed at the elbow
whilo attempting to plat e a belt on a
thrashing machine. Ills condition is
TI pple ciop in Itlcliardsou comity
of Koutheustern Nebraska geneiall.x is
short this year hut the .vleld will hi- ol
a high iiualil.v, with .loiiuthnus rather
plentiful, act oi ding to A. .1. Wenxei or
Palls City, president of the Slato
Uiilo is preparing for the fourth
annual Indian lair and rodeo to be
held the miles southeast (,f that city
at the Dupuls ball (?nk, on August 5,
(! and 7. old Chief Whl'o cloud and
his four genniatious or the Indian re
servation none Wlilte Cloud, Kas
will be uuioiiK tlcj prominent par
ticipants. The Agricultural College rot minuends
the lollowing loud tor ihihlioii in ho:
weather. Fruit Juice or whole fruit, ac
coiillng It. age; iereuK well looked
with ver.v little sugar mid plent.v of
milk; whole wheat blend, well baked
or toasted; one egg, coddled or sott
cooked or poached; ono green vegeta
ble; baked or mashed potato; small
serving of meat.
Navy ami nrniy olliceis ami veter
inarians attending their state conven
tion were given the surprise ,,f their
lives after the.v nine luvmleil the Ak-Sar-1
ten castle at Omaha last week, it
was iho weekl.v den show and Hie pro
duction was bigger and better than any
previous week. The largest delegation
of this summer, numbering about sop,
weie Initiated Into the m.vsterles of
All experimental pint of ground
glcu to (lie cultivation or cantaloiipos
being enrofiilly watclutl bv fanners
and business men, gives great promise
for the cautnloupo liulustrv hi the
Noith Platte valle.v both as in i,uallty
Papers found anion', the effects of
F. F. lingers, S1-', cross-country
pedestii.m, who was round dead at
the roadside near Fait bury last week
disclosed that the aged man was at
tempting to set a world's retord Tor
hikers by walking across the Pnltcd
States In less than 150 days, the ref
old now lu'hl by Pat Welch, 7(S
The sci cams or Helen I.os. cashier
of the hank at Hoaxer dossing,
when two bandits held her up in mi
attempt to ml) the bank, frightened
the woiihl-he robbers into tllght in
their Fssex nir whiih wai waiting
outside the bank.
Mrs. L. L. Do.vle, thirty, or Fremont,
wife ot a Northwestern brakeiuan,
last week met her father John Smith,
Slou.x City, for tlio first time that she
can remember. Placed In mi orphans'
homo shortly arter hor birth when hor
mother died, Mrs. Doylo with u brother
and sister lost their identities when 1
thev weru ndouted by foster Mnents. j
Henderson, President's Ship; in Alaskan Waters
At Monroe Doctrine Centenary
to m r v 1 1 n u
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Mrs. Hose (Joiiverneur Hoes, great-gianddaughler ot President Monroe, un
veiled the statue of the former president to commemorate the centenary of the
Monioe doctrine, at Los Angeles. Oil. Many celebrities, dlplomnts of Latin
American countries and others attended the ceremonies at the Monroe Doctrine
Centennial uud Motion Picture Industrial exposition.
Balloon Helps War on Gypsy Moth
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Above Is shown a iev of the balloon sent to Hennlker, N. II., by tlio De
paitiuent of Agriculture to aid In the fight on the gypsy moth which hns been
damaging and dcstrovlng crops. The balloon rises a hundred feet above tlio
ground and, by means or a series or sprayers, covers the allotted territory with
a powder which kills off the moths. Twenty-llvo pounds of the iiowder is
Hprnyed over one acre in live minutes. '
Checks Up "Health by Radio" Talks
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When xoti listen to health lectures oxer the uulio telephone, such as, "Do
Von Sleep Well," and "How to Feed tlio Haby," they are checked up for ac
curacy by Dr. II. J. Lloyd of the United States public health service, who is
Keen in this photograph Indicating on a map the extent of the servlco known
us "Health by Itadlo."
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Here. In Alaskan water. In tti
transport Hcndorson which cnrrled
President Ilardlns and his party to the
northern terrltcry. lie has expressed
the deshe to have the Henderson take
him from San Dlco through the Pun
The uufricmll.v feeling in ituasla
for the Kngllfch Is Illustrated by this
caricature of Lord Curzon which led,
ii procession In a recent untl-Hrltlitfa
GERMAN BELL OF RHINE
This, the largest bell la the world,
regarded ns the finest xvork of art In
bellcastlng in existence, hns Just been
finished, it Is to replace the famous
bell of the cathedral of CoIoruo de
stroyed during the war by bombnrd
ment from the air. The bell wns paid
for by popular subscription and ia
called the German bell of the Rhine.
It bears the legend: 'jSt. Peter, I
linve been called to the defense of
the German land, born of the German
woe, I cnll nil to unity."
HE CHOSE TO BE A COP
.Nestor .Muuuo.i, .m con ot the Into
Itepresentatlvo Nestor Montoya of
New Mexico, hns been appointed ft
private In tho Washington pollco de
partment. Formerly bu mm bin to
I ther'B secretary.
(Copy for This Department SuttIl $
the. American LeKlon Ntxvs Morvi".' )
LEGION TO SEEK MEW LAWS
national Legislative Committee Ora't
Droad Program for Next Ces
sion of Congress.
The American Legion's nation il le
Islatixe comtultlee has drafted tin L
glon's program of national Uvlsl itlnn.
to be submitted to the S',ty eighth
cotigre-s. The pioraui rcpresen'. the
recommendations adopted at the last
national com cut Ion of the organiza
tion. It is designed to assist, tin Inter
ests or oN-serxlce men and to espies
the Legion's conception of a iMonal
progress. The schedule Includes eight
principal proposals, as follows
AilluMed compensation for .ill for
mer subnets, sailors and marine .
Creation of a stmullu;,' committee
in the liniisu of repiesviitatlves to
handle only xetcran legislation.
Uctlrenieat privileges for disabled
emergency army olllcers with the satuo
fctatus as otllcers or the legular army,
as proxlded for i:i the llursiim bill,
held in cotmulttee at the last -losslon
Fin ther llborulis'.atlon of the w ir nk
Insurance act to extend the period f
scrxice origin tiT tuberculosis from
tnrce to llxe jears.
I'nmtiuent iff u unlxcrsal draft law
by which the President. In the event of
war, would lie empowered to dratl cap
ital, labor, industry, and transput Hi
tlon as well as im.ti power.
Adoption by congress iff a perma
nent Immigration policy, based tin re
striction and selection, although tlio
Legion may insist on total exclusion
of immigrants tor llxo.xears until thor
ough Americanization of those niw in
tills country has resulted.
Authorization or an nrchixo-, build
ing in which to prcserxe xxar records
n.)x housed in buildings which un not
Distribution iff captured ami sur
rendeied xxar trophies among tin xa
rlous states In proportion to their
number of men In the service.
'ARLINGTON OF THE WEST"
Cemetery for Ten Thousand Veterans
and Members of Their Families,
Opened in California.
"The Aillngton of the West." .1 rem
etery for ten thousand veterans n' tin
World war and their families, has
been formall.x opened by the Amer
ican Legion at Cilcnilale. California.
The American Legion plot in the
memorial pari; is considered .1 great
Achievement for the Legion In the
West, for in ruture .xears there will
be concentrated the resting places of
1 thousands or veterans of the recent
war, a project second only to the gov
ernmental cemetery near Washington.
I At the formal ceremony which
! opened the park practically every per
son of southern California who had
1 datives In the World war was in at
tendance, and prominent cltircus from
nil over the country Joined in tlio
I dedicatory service. One of the speak-
i ers was (ioxeruor .lames (i. Scrug
liam of Nevada, a past national vice
comiuautler of the American Lotion,
said to have been the first Legionnaire
to have ever been elected to the gov
ernorship iff a slate. Governor Iticli
unison or California and Congress
man Walter Llnehcrger of San Fran
cisco, together with many prominent
Legionnaires, were In attendance.
Full military honors were .iccorded
tire remains of seventeen World war
veterans, the first to be buried in the
Legion plot. These bodies were In
terred with special symbolic ceremony
prepaid! for the occasion.
The memorial park Is beautifully lo-
1 cuted and Is accessible by splendid
highways from all points of southern
ALASKA CEMETERY IN ORDER
American' Legion Members of Sitka
Post Restore Long. Deserted
Graves of Soldiers.
When a correspondence with olllclnls
In Washington brought no results,
American Legion members In far-off
Sitka. Alaska,' icstored u military
cemetery In xxblcli were burled a num
ber iff American nullities, who hud died
there in service during and following
the gold stampede in IS'JS.
The place of burial which was des
ignated as a national military and
naval cemetery had been neglected
slnie t!M2. It was overgrown with
weeds and the grave markers xvere
blackened anil obliterated.
Accumulating a supplj of rakes,
axes, saws and picks the Legion men
one evening gathered at the cemetery
to lestore order to the chaos. The
work conilntiPd several tilghrs. Mem
bers of tlio American Legion auxiliary
served sandwltlics and coffee to the
Legionnaires mid to the townspeople
who began to Join In the undertaking
111 It piogresscd. At length a fair .sem
blance of order was established.
When the Job was oxer the veterans
did not icase activities until they had
Induced the surgeon general or tho
navy to uiitlinrlo an expenditure of
$1,1100 for the upkeep of the cemetery.
The governor of Alaska Immediately
appointed the Sitka post of tlio Legion
j to administer the fund.