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THE OMAHA BEE: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28. 1922.
C. of C. Approves
xprers Satisfaction With
Recent Decision Separating
Central and Southern
A resolution approving the .recent
i Hon of the tupreme court in dii
solving the Central Pacific and South
ern I'acilic railroad wat adopted by
the executive committee ol the Cham
ber of Commerce Tuetday noon.
Resolution were adopted asking
Nebraska congressmen and the Inter
state Commerce commission to resist
any attempt to nulify or change the
1 The executive committee gave ap
proval of the following list of com
mitter and chairmen:
O. Harl.y fonant, a.rlal trampnr
t'lllon: 'art Qrty, acrlculiursl bumu;
C, u. Pnwall. nulomobil an4 aecaaaorl.a;
Wall.r W. M.ad. board ef (tlractora; Mar
ry A. Tuk.y. bur.au of aubllrlty; Dr. K. C.
Hanry, rltlsanahlp commit!..: H. C. Pat.ra,
ilvin improvam.nl: J. H. H.v.rldf., adu
lation, music, art; Randall K. Hrown. fd
aral ralatlona; Joaaph llarkrr, flnanr.: H.
O. Hoi, for.lin trail and eommarca;
t'rank Uvan ood fllorihlD : F. P. Man-
ettontar, grain iniar.ata; H. O. Wllhalm.
Inauranra; J, W. Walah. Junior dlvlalon; A.
r, Hlrykar, llvralork; Ray W. Moor., mar
fct wak; O. T. Uaatman, r. It. T. Martin
nd frank Myara. m'mli.r.hlp rouncll;
Alvln r. Johnaon. municipal atfalra; W. J.
Monagahan. Omaha manufacturara; K. P.
Buyer, psatal farilltlaa; K. A. llroaan and
O, Marl. Moorhaad; public affair, and
laf Llatlon; Iiavld Cola, public hralth; F.
h. Nrablt. public hlahwayi, Dr. Irving Cut
tar, publla welfare ; C. M. Wllhalm. r.tall:
O. C. Willie, atockyarda and packing;
Kfank Xeoeh, trade extenalonj Frail 8.
Knapp, traffic bureau; Harvey Mllllken,
traffic eafely; Charlea C. George, V. 8.
Chamber of Commerra; Charlea Ruaaell.
wboleaala; John L. Kennedy, industrial and
development bureau; T, L. Com be. better
bualnraa; J. M. Harding, hou.e committee;
Robert 8. Trimble, Alvin F. Johnnon and
Dr. Irving Cutter, committee on commit
tee of efficiency; Ouy C. Klddoo. woman's
Oratorio la Presented at
Nelson by Union Chorus
.'VeUnn Nh- fnn27. (Soecial.)
"The Last Judgment," an oratorio
in two parts, by Louis Spohr, was
given here by a large union chorus
composed of choir members of differ,
cot churches. The rendition is pro
nounced one of the best ever given
in Nckon. This was the second
number of the Community Enter
tainment course and was directed by
F. A. Schcrzinger. Upon urgent re
quest this number likely will be re
peated. Recent Drouth Causing
j Wells on Farms to Go Dry
- Beatrice. Neb., June 27. (Special.)
According to the well drilling de
partment of the Dempster company
here, a number of calls have come
from farmers all over this section of
the state asking for the drilling of
new wells. The recent drouth has
caused a large number of wells to go
dry, and there appears to be a re
sultant lack of stock water in pas
tures and on farms.
Broicnt All Over U. S.
With "Manacle Man"
Postal Rate Bill Put Over.
' Washington, June 27. The house
postoffice committee voted' today to
postpone consideration' of the Kelly
bill for reduction of the second
class postat rates until the Decem
Omaha police now are getting
pleat from all sections of the '
country from persons who are
endeavoring to establish a rela
tionship with Fred Brown, the
manacle man of Benson.
Chief of Detectives Van Deu
sen received a inter from O. V.
Brown, 3909 Thistle street. Seat
tle, declaring he "believes the
Omaha terror" it hit long lost
"If so." writes the Seattle
Brn, 'tell him we will dp
everything potsihle to help him."
Idrit K. Brown, of West Man
chester, O., hat written declaring
he believes he it Brown't nephew
and "hopet" Brown turns out to
be his father's brother, Fred
Brown, who "loved the outdoors
and wandered west several years
Coleridge Feeder Makes
Big Cain on His Cattle
A shipment of eight carloads of
long-fed steers, 150 in all, were
brought to the local stockyards yes
terday by Jesse Lowther of Cole
ridge. The catle averaged 1,335
pounds and sold for the top price of
the day, $8.50 a hundred.
Just eight months ago Mr. Low
ther bought these catlte on the local
market when they averaged 856
pounds and cost him $5.85 a hun
dred. They were fattened on straight
corn and alfalfa ration and made an
average gain of 470 pounds each with
a gain of $3.65 a hundred in price.
"Those are the last cattle I will
bring in this j-ison," said Mr. Low
ther, "I have i M a few cattle in the
feed lots being finished for the fall
market. Crop conditions are good
in my section and close to Coleridge
we have been having liberal rain.
Woman Called From Gibbon
to Mrs. Small's Deathbed
Gibbon. Neb., June 27. (Special)
Mrs. Ed Curtis, widow of the
former sneaker of the Illinois house
of representatives, who has been here
for some time visiting her brother,
J. O. Griffin, was summoned by
telegram to the bedside of the wife
of Governor Small of Illinois.
The Small and Curtis families
were neighbors for many years in
Kankakee county, Illinois. When
Governor Small was state treasurer
Mr. Curtis was speaker of the house.
Mrs. Curtis started immediately but
failed to reach her friend before her
Man Killed by Lightning
at Farm Near Chappcll, Neb.
Beatrice, Neb., June 27. (Special
Telegram.) Elmer Kechley. 30, for
merly of this city, was killed by
lightning Monday evening at his farm
near Chappell, Neb., according in
formation receivtd here. A widow
and two children survive.
Auto Mechanic Sought
Beatrice, Neb., June 27. (Special.)
Officers here are looking for
George Hogate, auto repairer, who
has dropped out of sight, leaving
his tools and other property in the
room he occupied in the Robertson
block. A complaint has been filed
against Hogate charging him with
writing a no-fund check amounting
Played by Storm
Man Blown Out of Demolished
Barn, Carried 200 Yards,
Holdrege, Neb., June 27. (Spe
cial.) The storm of Sunday night
played tome strange prankt south of
Holdrege where it efTectt were no
ticeable for a distance of nearly 10
At the Robert Cain farnt, the bin
dairy barn wat demolished. The roof
and tides of the building were scat
tered fdr miles, but stock standing
inside the barn were not even
Mr. Cain was standing in the door
way talking to his manager and his
son-in-law, McBride, when the ttorm
hit. They started to leave the barn
just' as it was caught by the twister.
Mr. Cain stumbled over a box and
wat left lying on the floor unhurt.
McBride wat picked up and deposited
in a wheat field about 200 yards away.
He was forced over or through two
high v.iit and wooden fences, but
aside from shaking up wat unin
jured. When he picked himself up, he
found a 300-pound pig about five feet
away that had been earned from a
thed adjoining the cow barn.
The cover to a JO-loot silo wat re
moved and an old tetting hen in a
barrel close by with her chicks, wat
picked up and carried to the bottom
of the tilo. The hen wat unhurt, but
'the chickens were killed.
198 Polk County Pupils to
Get Eighth Grade Diplomas j
Osceola. N'eb.. June .'7. (Special.) I
O.'ie hundred ami ninety-eight l'olk
county puniU will rrceive their eighth
grade diplomat M Osceola Wednes
day, at which time the annual com
mencement exercise i for eighth grad
ers will he held in the auditorium. ,
This i the largest class ever finish
ing the school work here in any one
year. Hattie Moore Mitchell will de
liver the address.
Herhey Stages Roundup
nersney, .eo.. June ..(special.) i
The first roundup to be staged in 1
Hershey was held Ihursday, Frir
day and Saturday with an attendance ,
of ahout J.iXHl persons.
Don't endure pimples
and boils-have a firm
clear skin and a good
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The lack of vitamin in food, due to modern
methods of cooking, results in malnutrition in
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Take Yeast Foam Tablets along with your regu
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craves and thus correct the cause of the trouble.
Yeast Foam Tablets
are recommended not
only for boils and pim
ples but also for failing
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Sold by all druggists
Northwestern Yeast Co., Chicago, 11L
Makers of the famous baking yeasts
Yeast Foam and Magic Yeast
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The manufacturer and the publisher have together
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