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J'retidect Tail's congressional pro-
TOOTHER & aTOCKWELL. Pubs.
MEBRASKA ram ,K a'T' co niaxu certain of beisg
A Itiliig Btwa tf the Here In
ptrtMt Erato Here ail There
Prvtnter Asi!ih announr-d Jn the
hwitii ut vtuimunr. that the resolutions
wttwrulntf the htran: ut lord which
ir- to : xubmitte'l by the govern
ment oa March 2'j would Include a
JroiaJ ,rr Khortenln;; th; (Juration
iir. IytytU-n. the Prewh scieritUt.
rl Captain Van tanKenduuck of the
Jieli5ia.11 army fought a duel at the Mo
oodrorue at Nice, franc-. At the
fceconrJ attack fr. fyjyden pricked the
apialu't right forearm, whereupon
the xecondx ytojjjx-d the combat. The
duellfcbi were reconciled.
VeauviuK has auddenly heroine act
1ve again. There have been eruption
for the paat twenty-four hours of
f-.torji-a and a.Lex, this being accom
panied by internal detonation Sev
eral flHisurea have opened, from which
xaaex and lava are emerging in great
Th- department of Justice will ac
rept Die offer made by I'Jerre Carven.
proiiecu bir of Hudson county. New
Jersey, to furnish the government
evidence, he hax on hand In the beef
truat :aae and hah ank-d hJm to for
ward Ut Washington routes of the
Indictments recently round there.
A new bill providing for the erec
tion of Ani'-rl'-an emh;iKKl-a abroad
wuH reported by J(epr-entatlve Low
den from the foreign affairs commit
tee The bill, which takes the place
of the one defeated on the iloor of
the house bint Wednesday . provides
n limit of lir.0.000 for any one build
ing. Including ground and furnish-
A company of dlntlr)gu!:in-d Urlt
uis. with many American residents,
gave a bnu(uet Jn ivindon to Former
Vice President Charier. V. Fairbanks
under the MiiHpleea of the I'llgrlm so-
clety. The Karl of Halnbury presided
despite bin eighty-four yearn and
talked eloquently of Hunker Hill and
Anglo-American friendship of late
days. The npei-eh of the evening was
made by Mr. Falrbanku.
V. L. Parka of the Union Pacific
hats Lees elected vice president of the
J The department of Justice bars ac
, epted PromVjr Carven'jj offer t
" aend erldence on the beef trust.
I Kesator liurketi nays he is coafi
' dent of re-eJer-tlon and will depend
1 upon tfte ranlr file of the party.
! Nicholas Tzchaikovjiky wa acquit
j ted and Madame lireahkovj-.kaya sen
I tenced to exile. In St. Petersburg.
! Three of the defendants with Ma
bray In Council liluttf. pleaded guilty
, and tow may luru Ktale'n evidence.
I The taking of teitimony was con
cluded in the trial of Tiicaaikovsky
and Madame Ifreghkoiskaya Jn St. Pe
. ten burg.
I All railroads In Nebraska received
a total revenue ut ow-r $50,000,000 for
freight and passenger service during
the yt-.r VjH'J.
Ceneral Kf.trada, the head of thi
Nicaraguan revolutionary fax-lion, iz
now fatly to accept any reasonable
terrnK aK a ha.) Ik for peace.
Two hundrfrd Kansas editor?, and
their wlve were banqueted at Wichita
a, the cloalng event of the Kantaa
Ktaf: editorial axitociatlon.
More than G.000 steerage panKenxem
have jift Southarnptrjn for the United
States within a fortnight, breaking
all record. Kvery utearner has taken
her full capacity.
Announcement was made that the
American league baseball park a
JJroadway and 105th street will be
offered at once for private sale. It
Ik Intended to cut It uu into 150 city
lots. The ground lx valued at about
Only one of the large cities of th
country. Chicago, khowed ko large an
JncreaHe In the postal receipt?, at the
postlofficeK ax did Kanxax City, ac
cording to the flgurex for February.
Pat Crowe Ik In Jail at Clinton. la.,
charged with an offense of Intoxica
tion. Crowe lx widely known ax the
alleged kidnaper of young Cudahy.
:At-a. "lack" Cudahy. whose hus
band attacked Hanker Jere Lllllx at
MO BOY CRIED, WOMEN WEFT.
M-ity WmM Ht Tempt UHd Om-
tors to Accept an Incarafel
His last hope gone, little Harrj
Brocksuui of North Platte broke
down and cried while women wept 1b
sympathy and strong men silently
wiped away tears. The boy, who Is
15 years old, had come all the way to
Omaha to see Dr. Ben W. Kinsey,
chief of staff of the United Doctors.
Henry was suffering from partial
paralysis. .Am j to a fall down stairs,
and as many doctors had treated him
and all bad failed to cure, his last
hope was centered In his faith In the
The boy had been carried up the
steps on his father's shoulder and on
account of bis weakened condition,
other waiting patients gave up tbelr
turn In order that the poor boy might
consult the specialist at once. After
the boy bad been thoroughly exam
ined Dr. Klneey placed his hand upon
i the little fellow's head and turning to.
the father said: "1 am very sorry
that it is not within my power to
cure your boy, but such is the case
and therefore I will not treat him.'
The father then offered to pay a large
sum for treatment in the hope that
eren If the boy could not be cured be
might be benefited, but the specialist
remained firm, explaining that the
boy's condition was due to a Reformed
condition of the spine and was incur
able by medical treatment.
As Harry was being carried through
the waiting room he realized that his
last hope was blotted out and it was
then that he broke down and cried
and the waiting patients wept in
sympathy. The little fellow bright
ened up enough to shake hands with
Dr. Kinsey and thank him for the free
examination and say he was glad
there was one doctor honest enough
not to take his papa's money when
they could do hhn no good.
A reporter who was in the waiting
room at the time asked If many such
pathetic scenes were enacted there.
The answer was that they are com
mon, as the doctor never accepts a
case for treatment unless he feels sure
that he can effect a complete cure.
He wants a clean record of cures
for only on Huch a foundation can
BOTH HOUSES WILL DI2ATZ IT
THERE IS WOE DIFFERENCES
Changes cWjll Be Made arid. There
Will Be Little Resemblance
When the Conference Acts.
Utirtl an finnrtnmiii m. t.. In
K--.nx.-tx City, said that she had re-Ka,ned .... ur, u.u
Trade or the country has Its draw
backs, but the spring outlook Is
Champ (Hark, the leader of the
minority In the bonne of representa
tives, received congratulation on hix
Motive jMiwer on many railroad xys
leiitH hax been put In bad shape by
the severe winter.
The poutnl iiavlngx bank bill ix
destined to lilumher for a time in a
The home of .lohn P. Cudnhy at
Kansaii City, was the scene of a sen
sational affray and urrests.
Laudx embraced In the Hello
Fourcho irrigation project of South
Dakota an; noon to be thrown open:
During the funeral or Senator Piatt
In New York from 10 to 12 o'clock the
United States Cxpress ofllce wau
Huddled down In their abandoned
Mlclgh. two women and a little child
were round frozen to death lu South
Meat prices have advanced In all
the principal consuming arid pro
ducing sections of the world, accord
ing to statistics.
ICnrlco Caruso, the tenor. Is quaking
with something worse tliau stage
rrlght. The black hand has demand
ed $ir.,(M)0 or his lire in two succes
Representative Smith of Iowa In
troduced it bill authorizing the ex
penditure of $75.0110 for the construc
tion or it federal building at Iteil Oak.
la. The government already owns u
ultc In that town.
The Cermaii geographical society
has decided lo send out a South polar
discovery expedition mid no coutest
with the United Stales and Crcat Ilrl
tain In the race through the Ant
arctic. Hclmont lirowu'ii expedition to
Mount McKlnley In an effort to reach
the top, where Dr. Conk Ha Id lie left
records, will leave Tacoma on May :j.
The governor of Nebraska will par
don no more persons who sell "near
beer" now that a new Interpretation
of the law has been made: by the su
Montgomery Ward or Chicago was
seriously Injured lu an automobile ac
cident at I .oh Angeles. Ills left
shoulder watt broken when he roll
from the tomieau of the machine.
Victims of the Wellington. Wash.,
avalanche are now thought to runn
ier a hundred.
Senator Heverhlge Introduced a bill
providing for the permaiu'itt retention
by the government or the Alaskan coal
The Nebraska plan of distributing
need to farmers from the experiment
tutluus prevents monopoly prices.
The burning of a cotton warehouse
-reived scores of offers to go on the
stage, but had declined thern all.
Three men were killed and seven
were seriously Injured In the collapse
of a brick wall, left standing as the
ruins of a fire which destroyed the
boltworks or M. Iinz & Sons on the
south side at Pittsburg, Pa., early
Tuesday morning. Twenty workmen
were burled in the debris, most of
whom were foreigners.
itobbcra dynamited the safe or the
liank or Kdna, Kansas, securing an
amount estimated at $3,000. and
escaped on a handcar arter exchang
ing shots with a number of citizens.
One or the cltl.enH was shot, but it
Ik believed not seriously wounded.
Internal commerce movements for
the month of January. 1910. according
to statistics of the department of com
merce and labor showed heavy move
ments of coal and coke In the east.
Two Chippewa Indian chiefs who
came to Washington the other day from
Orr. Minn., to ask congress for addi
tional land for the Pols Forte Indian
reservation, were asphyxiated by il
luminating gas in their lodging house.
The bill creating a court ut patents
was passed by the senate. It author
izes a bench or live members. The
chh-r Justice woirid be nominated by
the president and to serve for life and
the other four Justices to be selected
by the chief Justice or the United
Stales supreme court rrom among the
circuit and district court Judges of the
country and to serve for six years.
The sum of $2:'.7.fi. spent by the
stale department last year in shoe
ing norscs. was cmtracicrizcti as ex
travagance by .Representatives Ham
lin and Clark (Mo.) In the house.
They railed, however, to have the ap
propriation cut. "What should be
said If we undertook to curtail the
horseshoeing bill of the secretary of
state, whom we intrust with even the
great question of whether we shall
go to war?" Inquired Mr. Mann (III.)
The po.Htofllcc appropriation nil!,
carrying appropriations aggregating
$211,000,000 passed in the house, while
the senate disposed or the agricultural
bill with total appropriations or ;.,
liOO.OOU. The senate was in session
three hours, the house about live.
Colonel William If. Ilixby. chair
man of the Mississippi river com
mission, was examined by the senate
committee on commerce relative to
the Improvements proposed for the
Missouri river from .Sioux City to
SL IjmiIh or Kansas Cit;- to St.
All day long every clay the waiting
rooms of the wonderful United Doc
tors' institute on the second floor of
the Neville block, at the corner of
16th and Harney streets, is crowded
with sick people waiting to be cured.
PREACH GOSPEL OF HEALTH
Plan to Have One Sermon on Sunday,
April 24, Devoted to Scourge
Following campaigns against con
sumption that have been carried on In
the churches of hundreds of cities, and
sermons on tuberculosis that have
been preached before thousands of con
gregations during the past year, a
movement has been started by the Na
tional Association for the Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis to estab
lish a iermanent tuberculosis Sunday,
on which it Is hoped that every one of
the .'13.000.000 church-goers in the
United States will bear the gospel of
health. This year the Sunday selected
Is April 24. It Is planned that on April
24 tuberculosis senflbns shall be
preached in all the churches of the
country. Literature will be distributed
to members of the congregations, and
In every way an effort will be made to
teach that tuberculosis Is a dangerous
disease and that it can be prevented
Clergymen who desire to obtain ad
ditional Information in regard to tu
berculosis will be able to secure litera
ture from state and local antl-tubcrcu-losls
associations und boards of health,
as well as from the national association.
Cause of the Increase.
Coing downtown the other morning
in the street car Judge Held looked up
rrom his newspaper. "I see that tho
publisher of Anybody's makes the
claim that his magazine has a larger
circulation than yours," he remarked
to the proprietor or the Karth Monthly.
"Well. :1'h my fault If It has," snap
ped thi! other; "like a fool, I've been
letting him run one of his ads. in the
Karth." Chicago News.
"Washington. A!:hou-h identical
when introduced in the two houzc3
of congrets. it 13 now evident that
the measures to create a court ol
commerce and amend ihe interstate
commerce laws will bear l!...Ij re
semblance ;o C2ch other when ;se
deliberations of the two bediea have
been concluded. In the house com
mittee many or the 'administration
theories In resard to the Issuing of
stocks and bands and the merging o.f
con-competing lines have been shat
tered and the end is sat in sight so
far. although already much ca:ended
the assault. on the bl will continue
on the flosr.
While the opposition to the admin
istration till was not s.ran? enough
to amend the bili In comrnktcc. it i
now conceded that several important
changes will he forced on the floor.
The debate on the bill will begin
either Monday or Tuesday. Senator
Cummins will open the discussion in
support of certain changes advocatcc
in the minority, report of the senate
committee. He may ar.eak for sev
Practically all or the "Insurgent"
senators will speak on the railroad
bill and there will be many speeches
also from the democratic side. No
one estimates that the debate will be
finished in less than six weeks and
some senators predict that much
more time will be consumed.
An effort will be made by the house
committee on Interstate commerce to
report the bill this week and It is
probable therefore that debate on the
same subject v.i!I proceed simultane
OHuly at both ends of the capioil.
This would create a very unusual
Statehood legislation, which has
passed the house, and postal savings
bank legislation, which has passed
the senate, hav beeen sidetracked
for the administration railroad bill.
The postal bank bill. In view of the
fact that hearings have been ordered
by the house committee on postof
flees and post roads, will not reach
the floor for several weeks, and In
all probability not until the present
session draws near a close.
Regardless of the fact thai the pos
tal bank bill, the anti-injunction meas
ure, statehood legislation and the ad
ministration conservative measures
are all a part of the administration
program, there is not apparent any
where a positive force pushing them
for consideration. If the debate on
the railroad bill lags to the extent
that has been freely predicted, it may
require a presidential message to in
still new life lit the other features of
the executive program.
In the house there are pending
many matters that will call out sharp
debate, and there is a disposition on
the part of many member to let
some of them go by the board.
These include the Mondell bill to
State News and Notes hi Condensed
talking of establishing an
acety?rt gas plant.
The w. C. T. U. of Wysaore la wag
ing an active campaign against pool
The Fanners bank of Sutherland
has organized with a paid up capital
stock of $10,000.
A dry' ticket for village trestees of
Hickman will be nominated by the
Fanners about Lyons are busy tak
ing the corn oat of the fields that
could not be gathered last fall.
Henry H. Verrell. a resident of
Saunders county for over forty years,
was found dead In his home in Mem
phis Tuesday. Death was due to apo
plexy. At a recent meeting of the city
council at Beatrice, .the city attorney
was instructed to draw up an ordin
ance condemning and appropriating
about twenty-one lots on the west side
of the river for park purposes..
The Workmen of Table Rock have
recently leased, for a term of years.
the upper story of the Buerstetta
block, which they have fitted up into a
commodious lodge and dining room,
for the use of the lodge.
E. K. Wilkins. superintendent of
construction of the postoffice at Grand
Island, has been ordered by the su
pervising architect to take up his
work on the postoffice at Kearney, the
change to take place the lath of this
The city council of Weeping Water
has granted a franchise to an electric
light company. A plant will be placed
here and the power will be used for
lighting and for manufacturing pur
poses, and will be transmitted to the
nearby towns of Avoca. Louisville and
A pet squirrel that has bitten sev
eral persons during the past month
attacked Mrs. C. A. Sweet of Palmyra,
fastening itself to her hands and bit
ing her quite seriously. The animal
A GOOD COUCH MIXTURE.
imale Heme-Made Remedy That Is
Free from Opiates and Harm
An effective remedy that will nsu
ally break up a cold In twenty-four
hours, la easily made by mixing to
gether In n largo bottle two ounces of
Glycerine, a half-oanee of Virgin OH
of Pine compound pure and eight
ounces of pure Whisky. This mix
ture will cure any cough "that Is cur-
lue. and is not expensive as it makes
enough to last the average family an
entire year. Virgin Oil of Pine com
pound pure is prepared only In the
laboratories of the Leach Chemical
Co, Cincinnati, a
rr -ni m
US 6OT10AI EFFECTS
MANUFACTURED BY THE
SOU) BV ALL LEADING
One Size oniy. 50A6om
First Fisherman Well, what did
rou do with the new net?
Second Fisherman Drove the fish
TINY BABY'S PITIFUL CASE
was killed and its head at once for
warded to the Pasteur Institute at
The Fremont Commercial club has
made arrangements to operate a ferry
across the Platte river Immediately
south or the city pending the comple
tion of repairs on the bridge. The
ferry i3 to be large enough to accom
modate a dozen people at once and is
to be attached to a hevy wire cable.
Members of the state normal board
met in Kearney Wednesday and after
a discussion decided that the contract
for the north wing of the state normal
school should be awarded to W. F.
Crossley of that city instead of Knut
zen & Isdell. The latter firm refused
to sign their contract, although they
were the lowest bidders on the addi
tion. At a meeting of the Scandinavian
Insurance company of Swede Home,
the policyholders voted to move the
headquarters from Swede Home to
Stromsburg. This insurance company
was established in Swede Home about
twenty-five years ago and was consti
tuted then of only a few farmers in
that locality, and is now becoming an
Buffalo county will get through the
inheritance tax law ::.874 from the
(Jeorge Mcisner estate now being set
tled in county court. The Interest en
this amount will be added and will
go to the county. The entire value or
this estate was appraised at over
$G0'J.000. The money received by the
county will go toward the improve
ment of public highways.
An out-of-door camp for sick babies
will be added to Omaha's philan-
"Our baby when two months old !
was suffering with terrible eczema
from head to foot, all over her body.
The baby looked Just like a skinned
rabbit. We were unable to put clothes
on her. At first it seemed to be a few
mattered pimples. They would break
the skin and peel off leaving the un
derneath skin red as though it were
scalds. Then a few more pimples
would appear and spread all oVer the
body, leaving the baby all raw without
skin from head to foot On top of her
head there appeared a heavy scab a
quarter of an inch thick. It was aw
ful to see so small a baby look as she
ild. Imagine! The doctor was afraid
to put his hands to the child. WeJ
tried several .doctors' remedies hut all
"Then we decided to try Cutlcura.
By using the Cutlcura Ointment we
softened the scab and it came off. Un
der this, where the real matter was.
by washing with the Cutlcura Soap
and applying the Cutlcura Ointment,
& new skin soon appeared. We also
gave baby four drops of the Cutlcura
Resolvent three times daily. After
three days you could see the baby
gaining a little skin which would peel
off and heal underneath. Now the
baby Is four months old. She is a fine
picture of a fat little baby and all Is
well. We only used one cake of Cutl
cura Soap, two boxes of Cutlcura Oint
ment and one bottle of Cutlcura Re
solvent If people would know what
Cutlcura Is there would be few suffer
ing with eczema. Mrs. Joseph Koss
mann. 7 St John's Place, Ridgewood
heights, N.Y.. Apr. 30 and May 4, '09."
9 No Joke.
"if an old maid says 'No' when he
promises. Is she playing the coquette?"
"No. nhe'H playing the fool!" Cleve
The house committee refused to re
ward Commander Peary In the ab
sence of proof of his discovery.
Kx-Senator Piatt or New York died
1oiiIh Klopsch. editor or the Chris
tian Herald. Is dead.
Representative iliushaw of Nebras
ka dec-linen to commit hi nisei r iih to
his candidacy for re-election to con
Kress. In n brief filed In the supreme court
Former Senator Foraker attacks the
constitutionality or the corporation
Thw president may use his Influence
with the house to enact into the sen
ate postal Having bank bill a feature
hu asked for.
Congressman Klnkaid unnotified
caused a loss of $385,000 at New j timt he will be a candidate for re-elec
tion lu the Sixth congressional dia
lled ford. Mass
A Dallas. Tex., mob Invaded a court
room and lynched a negro.
It Is now estimated that 225 men
were killed lu the Tlsluu and Pa
tapa (Nicaragua) battles.
Portland. Ore., has been made the
gateway of all the llnrrimau lines.
Tho Morgan (Jiw.cnlielm syndicate
explained L' n seiiatu committee its
activity lu .Alaska.
Klglitlur. -tas been tesiimd between
rovcrntnctif lorces and Insurgciitu lu
trlct in Nebraska
The trials of Tsrhalkovaky and
Mme. nroshgovskaya will begin soon
in St. Petersburg behind closed doors.
Philadelphia strikers and the police
department are Tar apart in their es
timates of the number of men on
United States Senator Hoar. prc.
sumubly reflecting on wishes or Pre
sident '1'aft. has taken active charge
of the situation in the republican j,ar
tv In New York state.
WHAT'S THE USE
Sticking to a Habit When It Means
Old King Coffee knocks subjects
out tolerably flat at times, and there
Is no possible doubt or what did it. A
Mich, woman gives her experience:
"I used to have liver trouble nearly
all or the time and took medicine
which relieved me only for a little
while. Then every once in u while I
Mould be suddenly doubled up with
an awful ;jgony in my stomach. It
seemed as though every time I took a
breath I would die. No one could
suffer any more and live.
"Finally I got down so sick with
catarrh of the stomach that I could
not turn over In bed. and my stomach
did not digest even milk. The doctor
finally told me that If I did not give up
drinking coffee 1 would surely die, but
I felt I could not give It up.
"However, Husband brought home a
package of Posturn and It was made
strictly according to directions. It
was the only thing that would stay
on my stomach, and I soon got so I
liked It very much.
'Gradually I began to get better, and
week by week gained in strength and
health. Now I am In perfect condi
tion, and I am convinced that the whole
cause of my trouble was coffee drink
ing, and my getting better was due to
'caving off coffee and drinking Postum.
"A short time ago I tasted some
offce and found, to my astonishment,
hat I did not care anything abouflt I
lever have to take medicine any
nore. I hope yon will uso this letter
or the benefit 'of those suffering from
!ie poisonous effects of coffee."
Head the little book. "The Road to
ellville." in pfcgs. "There's a Reason."
i:vrr rrrnl tUr- nkore Irlf.-rf A aew
ntnr-r from tlm to tlmr. Tfcrj-
ci-nmac, irt:r, nun lull ur
permit the homestead entry of the i l,,rol,lR provision this summer. The
surrace of coal lands, which would In
volve 20.000 or more acres; ship sub
sidy, a subject filled with oratorical
dynamite; the construction or two
battleships, which may Jie a feature
of the naval hill, and the question of
authorizing the Issuance of certi
ficates of indebtedness or bonds to
the amount or 30.ooo,n0l) to complete
Spanish School Riots.
Saragossa. Spain. A meeting of
Catholics, held to protest against the
lay schools, culminated in serious
street lighting. The police were forced
to use their weapons freely to re
store order and several persons were
Mr. Hitchcock for Senator.
Washing ton. Congressman Hitch
cock or Nebraska has put forth a for
mal declaration as candidate for tho
U. S. senate. His name will go be
fore the oters in the state-wide pri
maries in August.
Seattle. Wash. It is reported that
an avalanche at Wellington, the scene
of the Great Northern disaster in
which more than 100 lives were lost
two weeks ago. has buried a rotary
snow plow and two engines with their
Germs on Money .
Washington. Germs 92.000.000 of
them of manifold variety were found
on a (1-bill microscopically examined
at the request of Representative
Wiley (N. J.), according to his state
ment before the house committee on
banking and currency la support of
his bill to provide clean currency by
burning all paper money returned to
the treasury. Among the many dis
eases found to be circulating about
this .money were smallpox, scarlet
fever, typhoid, tuberculosis and diphtheria.
Memory ef Nawtherne.
8alem. Mass. The memory of
Nathaniel Hawthorne, whose writings
aroused much antagonism toward
him here generations ago. Is to be
honored by citizens of Salem, the
Civic league having planned to erect
a bronze memorial. A statue or the
author, designed by Bela L. Pratt of
Boston, will probably be accepted by
the committee. It will cost about
$30,000. which is to be subscribed for
publicly. An effort will also be made
by the Civic leasue to purchase Ihe
birthplace of .he writer
visiting nurse association is behind
the project which it hopes to make
a reality by the time warm weather
conies. It is planned to secure some
shady, grassy plot within easy access
or the car lines and not too far out.
and there to install an open air nur
sery where the babies of working
women and other tots who might not
otherwise be able to have the pure out
door air necessary, may be brought
and cared for by trained nurses during
the day. A kitchen will be equipped
where the right kind of focd may be
prepared and provision may also be
made for housing temporarily delicate
little ones whose homes do not afford
the care their health requires.
Through the generosity of T. B.
Hord. Nebraska Central college, the
Central City Quaker institution of
learning is to he provided with a
school of agriculture if the terms' of
that gentleman's gift are met by the
friends of the college. Mr. Hord has
donated $f,000 toward a school of agri
culture in case $5,000 more is raised
by the college, his gift having been
announced by the trustees of the col
lege last week. It has been the pur
pose of the college trustees for a long
time to eventually add an agricultural
department to the institution, as there
is a strong demand in this part of the
state for an institution where young
men and women may receive training
in scientific farming and this will now
Mrs. W. G. Van Ness, an old resi
dent of Beatrice, is in a serious condi
tion from the effects of a fall which
she sustained. She slipped on a brick
sidewalk, dislocating her hip joint. As
she is seventy-three years of age. fears
are entertained for her recovery.
Columbus has voted $13,000 bonds
for the erection of a new city hall. The
proposition carried by a vote of C97 for
to 78 against. As the new building
will also be headquarters for the fire
department the members of that or
ganization worked all day for the
bonds. The $10,000 water works ex
tension 'bonds also carried. ,
The work on the new federal build
ing at Kearney is going on rapidly.
With the warm weather great head
way has been made and the force of
workmen is being increased as rapidly
as the men can be secured. Seme de
lay will occur on account of material
that has been condemned by the gov
ey.mcnt Inspector. The huge sand
stone pillars were found defective.
The Inspector discovered that some
holes were filled up with cernen
After chiseling out several holes hi
ondemncd them and they will bave-tt
"e replaced before tLs building is fir.
An Easy Job.
"Do you think that you can make
ray daughter happy?" asked Mr. Cum
rox. "She has been happy with you,
hasn't she?" rejoined the confident
"I think so. sir."
"Well, If she's that easy to please
there ought to be no difficulty."
The Wise Doc
"The doctor has ordered me to eat
only the plainest food."
"For how long?"
"Till 1 have paid his till. I guess."
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aad offerthe above stock to these seektes; tevestments.
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