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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: B FN" PAY. JFXE 2:
Omaha, has been expecting Artificial Ice for
years other cities enjoyed it; why not she?
We have put in the machinery for making it
by the latest improved process, costing us more
than $100,000. This plant will manufacture
180 tons daily, when completed.
This is beautiful ice, all know it is pure. It
comes in oblong cakes designed to fit the ice
box, clear and sparkling. By using artificial
ice, made from distilled
satisfaction of knowing
water, one has the
it is absolutely pure.
Auditorium Corner : : 'Phone 455
A superb block pf this ice may be seen
at Myers-Dillon's Soda Fountain.
STATE C0MITTEE1S CALLED
CLaimaa Btrce Ibtom li.rtraruoni for
Kmirg of E puiilioun Jmt SI
WILi PFtPAKE FOT STATE CONVtKTlO
PreliaH si ry -taw Imim f
(wa4laate far Mat 0ees
Takca by PrHI Ol
rr f Coaissltt.
rrrm a S taff CorreFpori3ert
LINCOLN. June 14. 'Special Telegram. - j
Chairman Purge of the republican state i
committe ha called a rmisj of tb pom- j
mir.ee for Friday evening. Jun Iii, at tbe
Tbe purpose of tbe Trieetlng 1 to f.x a
tin and place fw tb rerubiioa.ii state
convention 10 nominate a candidate for
Judge of th upren court aDd two re
gents of tbe Stat university.
Lawyer Are Afreei.
Lasher politicians and candidates are
till up Is the air on the question of tbe
legality of tbe election proclamation issued
ry Governor Mickey lor tbe election ol a
congressman la this, the First, district.
July Hi. to succeed Senator Rurkett. Though
Attorney General Nnrrti F-t-owti mill main
tain tbat tbe procU.ma.Uon 1 valid for the
reason tbat tbe governor derive hi right
to issue tbe call from tbe federal consti
tution, r-urourous other atltirnfjt. both re
publican and deroocrata say there 1 no
Question but what the car, la Invalid. H
M. Pollard, tbe republican nominee, ha
been requested to come to Lincoln and a
conference will lie held tomorrow after
noon. Tbe legality of tbe proclamation aill
be discussed at that time and a oours of
action will be decided ujkhi.
Governor Mickey is certain tb proclama
tion Is valid and this morning said there
wa no question about rt "The constitu
tion of tbe t'nited State give rr.e my so
Uiorlty." be said, "and under the consti
tution the special flection was called- If
tbat conflict aith the Ftatu-e of thi
state, the statutes must Five aay."
Attorney General Norri Brown takes th
Otber attorney a ho ar rinse both to .
Pollard arid Brcwn. the two candidates fl-i
not no lnterjiret the fwdf-sJ connit ution.
They claim tbis section frivf. the pevernor !
potrer to act. but that It If the state ntut- i
tte ahicb provide bow he Fhall act. T:i
Ftrrnrtben thl position they are quotitig
this section of tbe constitution:
Section 15- The time., place and manner of
boi'dirf eiecT.ions for stimors and rep-e- i
aentatives tiau r pres"noen jti eacn state
bv tbe leriBlstu-e thereof : but the rcntr"W
riay at ar.y time, by law. make or alter
sur h riiruitiorjs. eiwpt as to Uje piaoea of
cboosinr aenat ora.
Tbe leclslature haa eTerrlsd thia atsthor-
lty left to it by the constitution, aay these
lawvera. In the following statute, and this
renders the caTl lljepal.
All the trouble started bers.rtae President
Roosevelt failed to call an extra session of
Orchard & Wilhelm Carpet (Bo.
Big Furniture Sale This Week
lf mi 3 tie rriatrfscitm-r h3 we found soiae of fnrntture ranker !o ere axt ku
to -l(ia oct 1o us wvfral ,arloas f drop jmrtenis atid KNn:; l at Hie Terr litwraJ !iiooTtiita of ' p'' 't. fi
jir ont and i-r oLt. Tlee pixels a e have miirkenj t ur rxr:lnr wllitic j rice atid rr tbiu to tJte trde at
fiie flifccvi!t t -ahi'L e tK-tiptt ti-tn. Sn-li snulct. 1iit J'ur p at ",. jK-r ff-ut wii; te ticketed with
red ticket, ailowii.p jen to Hike j-er "Et off tl. iurn3 jr.. A r lKnpit at STH ir ti)t off will r
tjck'td -w-iTt a Miie ticket, allowiijie von to ihk? 'fT .'C'h r - :n from trie marked I'Ti'-e. Article lioux;t at T
ler oeut fiifiuiit wriil ti' ketej i-b a prof-n t)rkt, alion'inp j ou 1 take t2 l'T "nt frctfii the tuarkud iriceu
It 1 o efcf-T to pite f.purt-K bi s in:iMM'- to tltc" qualitio in furniture that It aut-t sufSoe to m; that
y on w ill find rata to reiay a Jourw-y of matiy nuiev
ink etrht-day hail clotk. j'no
121 V' take
Maborany arm rcker. Piianlsh loather
Golden ok arm rocker, Riianish leather svat and back,
take off V
Goior, itk or Tnatiinnitiy. hand polished recr;.ti n or
8fk c hair. 4 W take oft V
F.uh s'M reception rhair. Fold as oak polished fir.i?..
JS.nl' take off H
ljarre weathered oak wood rocker witb arms, handsome
Oesirn. -i i take off
Larpe leathered oak rocer or chair, lo'ise Spanish
leather cushion seat and tt k. M' takf off H
Fnnces flresser, polden oak. hand carved. SXi taka
1 una mabo.r.y Princes Cresset, plain desif-n. l. fK"
!ai-atiy ndeboarft. Colonial desim. w take off V
V,atui:ar.y china cabinet. Colonial desiaru. f7! take
"Weathered oak buffet, j'lain oesirn. at ex- take off V
chal'. fbre rush seat, polden oak. M W' taka
fr.ish arm rocker, handsomely polished.
tike n n
lii'TTian seat, folflen or Artaerp oak. J (Wt take off
Colonial rlden oak sidelxiard. band carved. tTkWTi taka
C'-loiiial mahepacy dresser with arlass knoba, 141 (ia taka
( olfr.ial mahogany chiffonier with irias knobs. y,.(ia
ttke ( fl v
Colonial mahoracy dress: table, rlass knoba. S3 HP
take off V
Fi ffet. larre. masslx-e desirn. HE, tske off i
Wahnrany rocker, upholstered seat and back, taka
Arrr. rockr. tufted leather bark, t.l W tak. off
Golrter. oak arm rocker, cobbler htber seat, emboasei
trk. T. "'-take off V
"Weathered oak hall trlasa, Cf. i take off H
Golden oak Napoleon bod, K W take off V
eieainup Sale Lace (Curtains
At the eDd of a Try lusv Fprirx'a tiiKines we find onrwlvea with VnDdss1s (f odd pairs of Lace CcrtalBa.
abort Irnc.lis of N't. Swisr. Cretoiiiie end odd jmrterns. w hich it Is our custom to cke otit at a jis1b1 sale. Mon
fiaT mornlnp all odd jiHirs. f-hort lennbs and drop juttem w ill on sale tit reiriarVahJv low ;rioe. This la an
ojiniranj to hvj curtalri clirii;or Uied we Iiht ever iffered lefre. tieyau the quantity is larger and the price
Br'FFTVET Remnar of bot.bjnet all a-idth t:p to li
l-.'-hes wrth t:p to $x JT yard fJXClAl. Qc
PER T ARI' -.
Ct'P LACE CT'RTAJNP Sir.rle. all P to
ti,. per jiair a loi.p a they last, each
ri.W' RT'FFLEP 5VT1SS CrETAlXS Hemstltt bed
C nr 1RSH PCU XT AVU ERfSf ELS CCRTA1K?
Ail iniported. F;eeial
FRENCH CRrTC'VXE All clo- and lenrtha Remnants
from 3 to yardr.. worth 2c ier yard.
XAFE?TRT PwT"AR.E For summer pillows.
Inches square, at ICic, Iic and
fHi ARAF1AN CT"RTA!N'B Handsome. xt opporTuntre to
si.ve money. The (juanuue are Irorj 1 lo t C (Q
pairs. p'r pair iJ.VtJ
2T, , I:P.VSELS. 3R.!?H POIKT AN"r ARABIAN
CI RTAjNS Special, per pair
REMNANTS t'F MAl'RAS 1 to j-ards m le.nrth. all
Tacit up to tl per yard, lo close.. j-r 4
f. . KERCERIZEP ARMT'RE CURTAINS-rYlnpe
tcip arid bc'itom. a-tirtfl colors
&. ttlO PC'RTIERES r nly one jialr of a stylf;
rf versihle. Tiei,Tal and florai oesipns. n SLfl
sjiewal i O. 0J
S3&W tAXf'NT RRCSSELS-Handmade Arabian cu"aln 1
to pair of a stjle only, ten style. jer j"7 50
We Close at I O'clock Saturday During July and August.
WARRANTS OUT FOR BRAKEMAN
J. J. Kriu ierwl wt
tssadU few IVeata Mas
FREMONT. Neb.. June . Spsrtal Tele
F'am.) Last erctnlnc a complaint was filed
and a warrant Issued for tba arraat of J.
I. JCjisa, tbe brake man who was on tba
train when "Win lam MrMahon was killed,
rbarrlnic him with manniaurbtr by Irtckln
WrMahon off a roovtn train on tba Tnlcm
Pacific on June 1. last. Tha warrant waa
Of-lli-ared to Sheriff Rauman .nd will prob
a.!y be served this evenln when Kris
roe throurfa her on hla run
County Attorney Graham 1 assisted by
G. L. Loomia. H. C. Maynard and F. W.
But tost, representlnir tbe McMahoa family.
Xeara mt Irkratka.
Wi2PT P"iINT Kerl F-roa have aold a
!;alf interest In the West Point Rortlin
works to H. H. HcwarUi of this city.
TOFK Torrk rnuntv ha had thre heavy
Shower this week, which ha been a hind
rance io corn p4wine Hoatm, the crops
are iof.!n(r wU generally.
HA R V A RI Rain fur tlie past week
BTTHiuried to tmo and a half Inches, delay
ing com cnltivatlon and wa ol harm rather
irian value te small rrain.
W EST POINT Jons Straoek and Mrs.
Anna Klanit were united in marriare by
County Juaire Ieaald. Trie paruea are
well knoan citlaen of Howell.
GENEVA A aindow which Mr. Siaier
ordered for a memorial to his wife readied
lere yesterday and aill be put In Trinity
Eplsoopal church dose to the orpaia
ONE ILL Tbe Teacher lnsutute which
lib bef-n in aeaaion the last to weeks
closed thi everatis Tlie attenflL noe waa
the larfnst thia year In tbe history of tha
TtXTMSEH Mr. Prank Sohreppel of
Tecurnseh and Mia Umra Pettiiifer ol
Ptelnauer we-e married at the brio a home
Tliuradty. They U1 make their home in
BLAIR At tbe home of the bride'a par-
knta. Jar. an Mra arry tinue) , tc-urrea
rtbe marriare or their aa.usrl.ter J7a to
Mr. C 'W liber Ccxik of Frimont. Rev.
A E. Marsh of tbe LrviMcorial etiurch offici
J- LATTSMOITH Tbe estaWishment of I
the Nerirn.ka National Guard nne ranee in I
tlas uiy iias pracUiiaily bcn oeuded i
upon. Tbe ioi-atx.n approved ty the army
omoer is on the Pmtie tailuma, fcUiu:
ti ree miles from tha city.
FA1RBIRT Little -Jack" HeaaTy. tlie
fc-vear-oid aon of John Heasry. was bitten a
lew w et ks aro by a small dug with w hic.h
lie was plating, and yesttirf.ny oeveloiied
symtiuima f hydropb-bia. He wa taken
m the nKm train to Chloairo for treatment.
HASTlNiJS Tbomaa K. Steiiard waa tie
fore the Adama county Board if Icaanity
!!! week and was ad.tudred insane. He
Is xic-w an inmate of the ctronic insane j
asylum. Mr. Slieuard la 3 year old and :
1. a man w ho has had a very tmfl.l mind .
TOTMfEH-Miss Me'l RuaaeJl. daughter
(if Mr. and Mra. A Ruiwtll of Tecuniseh. i
f radiated aith honors from the .1iica-o j
'lano ooltec-e. ClJiai. Ttiurwday mium i
Mia Russell was one of the lea rraduate
a-mn a number on in oomnjtmot nittni jiro- ;
IiKAINARTj Tb oommenoement eaer- '
ris-s ol tbe Rrainard Hi(h kIkhi! we)e
bid at th Ojit-ra in.ue lt nicht. Prof. '
flemnititi of the Prenumi oiirmai Delivered
an appropriate address to the Ttduuii 1
ciasa, a Lull oouaisled of tvkiX fUil aiij j
tao bc.)S. 1
Ilii'l SlfEH finit the aniiountwment of i
Ihe lioidiiic mati. by the supreme ociurt In '
the biennial election law there ha been a
HUr auioi tlie jiriiectiie canaidates of I
0, .tli part in in this ooumy It is believed ;
it. ere a ill be a nuuilwt nf an-piraiits f ar j
i i'T6MilTH-Sfme unknoa-a party
last nurtt uivadMd tne premiaes of Juhn
la'ca. sr.. and auiufttereo a laiye hr. A .
few (lays btlure am- tier iii wa kiiiod is '
tlie same wa. a tuie a horse aa also ,
puisuued Tbe Hia offioers are making
ar f hi te loate the sruilty party. j
W(iOD RJVER A hard rain last rvei.in !
has put a slop to farrn a in k for a oouimi- j
! dnya Tt.e cckJ a eat tier is causiuf mra
to it back sard, while many farmers ar ,
Iiot able to jet all tbeir alla'fa up oa ar- ,
court of tbe frequeAt rams. tViiat is KKik
tng well and ill niake an averare crop '
WEST iulNT Cri Rcliriever and Mis
Ar.it Lei me r ere united is marriare at
ttie Kixk Creek German Lutheran ciiurc.a,
Jv A. M Lcinier. Ulifie f the b'o.
ftic ibuu Tlie '.iuoie left lor a weddiuc
trip lo Miuat-uii ana on their return wi"
rekidr or. i lie t-i farm of tle sruuiu. zi carta
Cif t lie city.
TEkTU"MEH r. F. Cro. nne .n at
lonitr of Lincoln, a ho haa been tarn-inf
In ti;l county lir in last liiree ur four
ears had a num escape from aath.
Jit nperienoed a runaway accjdent fui
i rivui a tniritd lan to a iwivuif ma-
l.ine Pta-t uoauly ba ea! but auh
vi Ir tunes
WCs'f" RIVER AD tba lilacs for a suc
cessful celilriitioii iera or tlie Fourth bav
Wd maOe aiid Here wi.l aoubties t a
larva crusd, as tVai4 fuvrr is tl.e only
! la It county a hi'h wli) celete-ate.
1 he TH. . K.d River l aiifl iH ltiruii the mu-auc-
H oiltac-a laaia trwts urai a.and
a-fU play ban with the Wood River team,
and there will be blue rock shooting bv
some of the best shots In this part of the
state. There will be manv other attractions.
Hon. C. G. Ryas of Grand Island wtii be
tlie orator of the day.
FAIR. BURT The Chautauqua meeting at
Fatrbury ail oomroenoe on July 4 and con
tinue until the llcth. The speakers engaged
include Oovemor Folk of Missouri and
Thomas W. Laawon of frenaled finacoe"
fame. Tbe exercises of the opening dar
will be on tba order of an old-fashioned
Fourth of July.
WEST POINT Elaborate preparation
ar lieing made to celebrate the Fourth of
July at this plane under tbe aospioea of
trie state organ) ration of tbe W cwnunen of
trie World. Sovereign Commander J. C.
Root and Supreme Oerk J. C. Kuhn ar
announced to speak. Tbe program con
tain some tmiau feature.
H DWELLS The westbound freight train
was delayed here three hours vesterday
afternocrn a a result of the engine liemg
completely derailed. While switching wa
in prepress on tbe sidetrack the rail
spread and the entire engine dropped to
the tlea Litue damage was done A spe
cial ernrtne was summoned from Srribner.
OSCrXLA -Xncle" Ianlel Jarmm wa
bora on St John's day. June 21. 3K21. and
his friend celebrated the return of the dav
w-ith him. Neighbor and friends came in
from the country in the old Jarmin neigb
borbood. bnnglng well filled basl-.eta with
them, the best the market afforded, and
had a very er.lovable daT with the haprv
couple. Mr and Mrs. ranlel Jarmin.
W EST PC'INT The enUre issue of CB.
of West Point precinct refunding bond
t," Jn "3 It the Cctimy board to
. T. a NeUgh on a bid of only par and
accrued interest with toe provision that
tbe bonds should only bear 4 tier cent
interest Instead of b. a oric'naUv con
templated by tbe board Tci deal 1
considered to be a very fvorabie one for
.."""t-f POINT-At tbe last meeting of
ta''5 '"hM,) Prof. R. M Camp
bell of Humphrey was unanimous) v eiected
superintendent of tbe c;tv schools taking
the plac of Prof R H. Graham, who
tFoed Prof. Campliell ia a graduate
of Franklin college. Indiana, and ore
going to HtiTphrey a a mnclpal of the
Columbus High acbool. The tniard fixed
r J"1 vi lh Mw "ul'Tix'l'uarrit at
WEST POINT-Tb total assessment of
personal proTwrrv In Cuming oounrv a
slioa-n by the returns of tbe deputy as
sessors te tbe county assessors is: West
Point, city, CCKt.: Wisner. village. WTSW.
Rar.croft. village. 6a.ac; Farmer, village.
a4.KJiE. Sixteen outiying townships aggre
gatetl rTi.ah. making a total for the en
ure county of t,14;.(rt This is a slight
net increase of lens than JT.iioo over last
year s asMesment.
HASTINGS The farmers near Stromr.
ala miles southeast of Hasting are pre
paring to erect a farmers' elevator. A com
pany ha tieen formed among the promi
nent farmer of That section of the county
for mutual proteoto and this association
win soon erect an elevator close t the
siding of tlie Missouri Pacific rallwav at
Stromer. The present elevator at that' sta
tion is owned by W. H. Prguson. who 1
soon to build another elevator at Holleran
PLA TTSM OTTH The land owners along
the Iowa siae ol the MiHsouri river, soutu
of the Plartsmouth bridge, are planning
a line of action to prevent further cutting
away of their lands by ite current. They
have under consideration tlie Keilne'r
method, which consists of weaving wing
of wire and willow and extending thera
out from the banks. The wing gather
deposits from tie aater and event uailv
become solid. The project will be an ex
FREMONT Tle farmer across the river
In Sa under county do not seem very anx
ious 10 donate property to the Grett North
ern ftir a nation and elevator site near tlie
McLean farm. Tbe company wanted twenty
acre of land and Mr McLean offered to do
nate ten acres the farmer to pty for the
other ten. Several meetings were heid to
consider the matter and It wa finaL'v de
cided 10 call the deal off, thu leaving the
00m pan y free to locate the station acv
wbere It wanted to. It la proliabie that 'a
station will tie rut In somewhere In that
vicinity, as it if an exoeilent point lor
hipping grain and stock.
WOCD RIVER Many changes In real
estate have occurred here the last few dava.
Fred Sttwarta cf Phillips has sold tao
large stre buildings and a residence prop
erty to F. M. Penney: also a store buiidins
and a dwelling to John Mullin. as well as a
few choice lots to W. W. Mitchell. Mrs.
J C. Worts has purchased the C. T. Brmtn
residence property, and the Methodist
church has sold a dwelling which It reoent.v
purchased to Etrl Hupoel. for a considera
tion of rno. Altiert M Stevens of York
sold a half section of land six miles north
of town to rar,lel K Conrad of Tork for
a coriBideratitm of F. M Susser.
county treaeu-er. ha purchased the build
ing occupied by C. A. Chandler.
Rooseve,! rai.ea to can a- , asw.oi o. , mmlb fc Jltrttf,
conrress and the biernlal election law was cons.dered a competitor,
declared unconstitutional. If President . m, cT(.fuV.T oonslderei
Roosevelt vet calls the extra session law
yer say tbe proclamation rEl be valid,
Numerous members of both parties, that
Is, members of the rang and file, are
anxious that the election be called off. not
only because there Is a aerious -Question as
to Its legality, but because of tbe needless
expense that win be Incurred Tt Is esti
mated that It win cost the First district
not less than tlfi.eoo to bold tbe election
when tb matter may as wet! be settled at
the general election In November.
Governor Mickey at this time Is not dis
posed to withdraw bis praclainatioa. He
was besieged by tbe eandHiates and tbeir
friend to caTJ tb election and now feel
that they should g-o ahead with lt
If tbe election is called off It win mean
that an the county convention and the
two congressional convention will have to
tie held over again, providing the calls for
tbe county convention specified they were
Issued In accordance with the proclamation
of the governor.
CMMs Mepeeti Tawaey,
H. M. Chllds of Tork has been appointed
a member of the State Normal board to
succeed R. A. Tawney. Governor Mickey
made tbe appointment late this afternoon.
Mr. Chllds Is a banker at Tork and was a
delegate to the last republican state con
vention. Mr. Mill Asks Irw Trial.
Attorneys for Mrs. Lena Marraret Ullie,
erring a life sentence !n tbe penilentiEry
for tbe murder of her fcus.ba.nd. today ftied
an elaborate brief In the supreme court In
support of a motion for a rehearing. Local
prejDdlc at the time of trial 1 one of tbe
main contentions In tbe application. One
paragraph In the brief aa?s:
"Mrs. Lillie was convicted lie cause of the
prtjudioe of a Butler county jury against
a women who dealt on the board of trade."
CSTfrasr Villi Deslarms.
Governor Mickey Is now ready to reoeive
sketches and price for a silver service to
lie presented to the battleship Nebraska
The legislature apprcipriated S.0W for this
purpose.. ruring tbe past week a rumlier
of designs have been submitted by manu
facturing silversmith cf Nebraska, who
desire to compete, and other sill 60 so in
the near future.. The governor aiKbes to
have sketches and estimate submitted
within tbe next month by all parties aho
rtesiirn will be carefully considered, not
only by tb governor, but also by others
whom lie will Invite to act with him.
Rmilii Rally Aaresse4 by
arkrtt aaa tse Caaaldatc.
TECTMSEH. Neb.. Jun 24 iSpec.lal
Telegram Notwithstanding the fact that
the service of an farme-s ar badly needed
In the w heat fields just now the republican
meeting held In Terumseh this afternoon
was a rousing success and was well at
tended. A delegation of dtlwns, headed
by tbe local band, met Hon. E. M Pollard,
republican candidate for congress, and
Senator Burkett at tbe train and escorted
them to tbe han. Judge B. P. TiavSdscm In
troduced the speakers. caBing upon Mr.
BurkeTt first. Mr. Burkett commented
upon Mr. Brown" natement that be de
sired to tie elected 10 help Mr. Roosevelt In
one or two things He wondered If the
president wti a anxious for Mr. Brown
election as tbe candidate was himself.
Mr. Pollard was Introduced a soon a
tlie applause accorded the senator died out
and he made a very favoralile lrrpression
upon his audience..
thiisiasm in tbe organ ir.url cm i manifested.
Grand Ieputy Beech Taylor had charge of
the orgarura tion. Mary FJlk from Cmiaha,
Cheyenne and Halting also came to par
ticipate In the services.
TEMPERANCE tIOW ITS ETO
Liacela Caaty Wwasea Hal 4 Cawaty
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., June 24 fSpe
cial. i The Lincoln County Women Chris
tian Tcrrperanoe I'nlon Institute wa called
to meet in this city June 2 and 3. Tbe
first sesiion was held in the Metho
dist church. Tbe weather was very un
fa vorable, a severe thunderstorm keeping
many at home., but those who ventured out
were helped and encouraged by tbe spleD
did Inspiring address .if the nate preatident
of the Women a Christian Temjieranoe
union, Mrs. Iora V. Wheelock. Tbe sex
tette of tbe North Fistle High school are
worthy of commendation for tbeir assln
anc In tb evening program of yesterday.
All were proud of the place these school
girl have won for themselves by their
promise not to grant a contract for lights
to ar.y otbw party for at least Bv yeara
Tbe sugar lieet Industry Is growing to
be Quite extensive In this valley, and It 1
expected that a beet sugar factory will he
erected here soon.
IORTH PLATTE: ELK ORGAV1IE 1
Mxty-Ff re Messbrrs Ar latitat1 aaa
NORTH PLATTE Neb.. June 1'4. Spe
cial Telerram V-Todtiy the E'.ks organised
in thi city A large delegation cf Grand
Island memlier of the order came to'North
Platte, bringing their bras band.. They
were met at the train thi afternoon by
the ECks of this city and the prciFjieotive
members and the mayor. About l.&f' people
were also at tbe train and on the streets
10 greet tbe visitor and witness the parade
of tlie Grand Island band and the North
Platte band and the Elks in uniform. They
paraded the streets several time to the
music of the bands This evening sirty-f ve
members were Initiated and an order m
st alied here. A bansuet followed, with
covers for 2H0 gtiests Considerable en-
TOPS WORK Ol AsFTLASD 1.1E
Hosier Rui Object tm tb Oasaba
VoBy Crwasiast Reervtm.
SlOrX CITT. la.. Jun 24 Special Tel
egram. . The Sioux City. Homer a: South- !
ern railroad ha filed aith tb secretary of
tlie Interior at Washington a protest I
against tlie G-eat Northern crossing the I
Winnebago and Omaha reservation wun
it Ashland extension. The trial of Lb
matter will delay the work in this part of
Palls from ritrh Eaaiae.
PLA TTSM OTTH. Neb., June 24 ( Special
Telegram While riding on the rear end
of a switch engine at Pacific Junction
Charles Hafkm lost hi foothold and wa
perhaj fatally Injured thi evening. His
right arm and shoulder were horribly
crushed and hi recovery 1 doubtful. He
Eswartk Irf Heetlag.
NORFOLK. Neb.. June 24 - Special V
After being In session here for tbe greater
part of tb week, delegates to tlie oon
fereno of tb Brworth league. Norfolk
district, have departed today for their
homes in Madison. Stanton. Colfax. Boo-je,
IMxon, Cedar. Burt. Thurston and Cumin
counties There were nearly ino In attend
ance and it was declared to be on of tb
moat successful conferences yet held tn
tbe district. Ir. Sisson, presiding elder
for tbe flistrict. who is to leave this aee
tlon after the fall Methodist conference.,
delivered his farewen address to tbe league
people. tr. William Gorst of Omaha ad
dressed lb conference-
Mm. P. M Sisscm declared In paper
that "we ahauld learn bow to read tb
newspaper better and should read tb
magazines ! " Maraginea. she said,
which contain advertisements for whisky
should not be read at an.
Officer were elected a follow: Presi
dent, Rev. J. M. Roihwell. Madison; first
vice president. Miss Gertrude Trent, Stan
ton; second vioe president. Miss Edith
Stirrson. Wayne: third vice president. Miss
Sadie Cass. Lyons; fourth vice president,
Mrs A L. Mi rale. Pender; recording aec-
i retary. Mra. O. S. Grant. Allea: eorre
! snondlng secretary, Miss Ethel rougty.
Norfolk; treasurer. John Tannehlll. Nor
folk; Junior League superintendent. Mrs
R. J. An tie. Stanton Tbe next confer
ence will b beld at Randolph.
Bay AcetJeatally Hlaaaell.
NORFOLK. Neh.. June 24 'Fpeclal Tele
gram, e-Bob Marquardt. aged JO. accident
ally shot himself thrcmrb one leg and into
the other with a 82-callber pistol tonight.
wa brought to tht city tor medic! at- Hi. condition 1 critical. He is a son of C.
Isssirwwciarsita at hrfi Staff .
SCOTT S ELITT. Neh.. June 24 (Spe
cial, t It la expected that thi jilaoe will
soon have electric lights. In fact. It ha
been promised by Charie Johnson of Iron
Mountain. Mont., that either Scott's Bluff
or Gertng will have them If they will
p. A. Marquardt.
Tfeirve at Elarm.
ELKHORN. Neb.. June 24 (Special Tele
gram 1 Thieve entered the taught
house of H A. Hansen last night. Kteallnff
a dressed beef and the hide. The supposi
tion is that It was taken to Vally. a
wagon tracks wer traced to that plaoa.
No Company in the United States has a
larger proportion of assets invested in as
high grade securities and no gilt-edge secu.
rities average a better rate of interest. High
interest earnings, low death and expense
rate and intelligent, conservative manage
ment have combined to put this company in
the front rank. It stands at the head of all
companies in the United States in the per
cent of income saved in 1904 and earned for
policy holders over 11 per cent on mean re
serve. The development of this institution
TAte tst (Kn
in eighteen years has added largely to the
wealth of the state. In these days of start
ling disclosures and frenzied finance, when
the stability of the investments of life insur
ance companies are a subject of discussion,
many policy holders are worried, but those
who have pinned their faith on western in
stitutions and taken insurance in The Old
Line Bankers Life of Nebraska have pro
jection which protects and investment in
farm mortgages which profits the holder.
PPWICW BUST IMW11IP n IWF
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASCCA.
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