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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONlAY. A PHIL 11. lf-in.
CHIEF CITY KEWS
Xar stoct Priat lu
Swoboda Certified Iwhll Aoeoaataat.
Lighting Fixture Bnrgoa maon Co.
1W JfitioBia Life Xnamiwae C 1(10
O.srlew E. Addy. General Agent. Omaha.
Partag fo a bom la aa ey a paylrg
rent. Nebraska Pavings and Loan assocla
lion will show you tha war. Boar 4 ef
7ro building. lth and Farnam streets.
Ktrtalaawi fer aaalnarlaao Th
1 amh and Norwegian aocTetie of tha city
will be entertained Tuesday evening ojr
Axsl Shorg-asro and hi concert company
t Washington ball. Mr. Shovgar it
brown by M friend as the "Danish Ola
TMmm Society cf Kuntxe Me
morial ctiiirott will entertain their friends
at a pay-as-you-enter social Thursday
evening, April 14. In tha church parlors.
Proa-ram 1 ronslst ef two plarette en
titled "Fix Ovps of Chocolat" and "Th
Fir Anniversary of tha Happy -Co-Lucky
Club." Refreshments will also bo served.
aao to Wo to Oklahoma Special As
sistant Atlorray Ceneral 8. It Rush wOI
kaa for Tulsa, OU at tha end of tha
month to participate In tha trial of Gov
ernor C. E. Haskell of that stale for al-)-
complicity la th Muskogee town lot
drsJs. Tha trial Is art for bearing a:
Tuiaa May I- All the effort oa tha part
f tho defendant to delay the trial or
OJirh thj Indictments returned against
them have been defeated by tha govern
ment and tha triala will come off oa ched
KaUroaa Clab Iktoota W4n4a- Tha
mottlhly meeting of tea Omaha Railway
club will ba held in 'he club rooms Wed
nesday r.igbt. April IX tha program com
mencing at 1:1. Ueneral Manderson will
b speaker of tha evening and will talk on
' Tha tarly History of Railroads In Ne
braska and tha West-" Oemeral Manderson
hat been elected an honorary member of
the club, and a largo prcportioti of the
clab members export to be present to
greet liltn. A musical program will be
,neo during Lite evening through the
rourlosy of Colonel CoolrKge. pianist, and
I toss H. Johnson. vociHt
Jack Cudahy and
Scezlt Said ta Hare Been Effected
Txirougrh Mediation of Hit
LOS ANGELES, Cab, AprU .-Jonn P.
Cudahy Is on his way ta Kanaas City and
a reconciliation wltli his wife Is la sight
the arrangement caused by his assault oa
Jer 8. I-iiis, th Kansas City banker,
r.aving beea itc!id up by the yonng
man'a father, Michael Cudahy.
This information was discloerd todsy by
friends ef th Cudahy family foUowIng
the departure of young Cudahy last Bight
John Moaa. the chauffeur who la alleged
to hare aided la tha attack oa Lillls, la
reported to have followed his employer
b re. .
TEACHERS ATFREM0?4T AGAIN
wsbo Pfaacc Seat
FREMONT. Nebu. AprU $.- Special Tele
gram.) Tha Teachers association will meet
neat year tn FTeaaont. These officer
wera elected: President, Charles A mot,
Schuyler: secretary. Mary Strickland. Fre
saonf, treasurer. John ftreeter, Benson;
executive committee. John R. Rhodes,
Blair, J. P. -Walton. Wahoo.
Testerdar a reeeptioa was given at the
Fremont Normal school by President and
Sfirs. Ciemmoos ta tha visitors. About
availed thenaselvas of the invitation, moat
of whom were graduates ef the Institution.
Tha principal speaker last evening was
Thomas Brooks Fletcher of Cleveland. O.
His subject was "Ths Martyrdom of Foo'a."
"Agricultural Educmtlon" waa the subject
of Bradford Kaapp'a address this morning.
Co-operattoa between the school and farm
was urged and Increased Interest Hi farm
tag and tbe hack-lo-tba-farm movement la
connection with the schools discussed. Prof.
Arthur MaMurray ef Ames Oa ) college
gave a lecture-recital from Kuxene Field.
A business eeneion closed tha meeting.
MEET CARPENTERS' DEMANDS
Cwaf rreweo at .iHe-re' Eachaage Hew
aalta la erresaeat to Pay Fifty
Coats Fee? Hoar.
After s conference held Saturday after
noon at the Builders' exchaxtg between
tbe contractors and tha members of the
carpenters' union aa agreement was
reached whereby tha workmen won their
point and inx the future the minimum
scale for anion carpenters In Omaha will
be M rents an hour. The former figure
was 43 cents aa hour.
The union claims tha result Is a victory,
and that It ahoas tha effectiveness of arbi
tration. Business Agent James Johnson of
too district council of union carpenters,
setd that the contractors bad agreed to
pair tbe increased rata and that tb new
schedule will take erfect Immediately. It
is understood that lha union men made
some crn-e.'sion to the builders In-tnal-tora
eoneoraing ths selection of men for
certain Jobs, but nothing about tha mat
ter waa mads public
pains ia the cbrt require quick treatment
with Pr. King's New Discovery. Prevents
paaunaenla. tWe arx! fl to. Per sale be Bea
ton Drug Co.
VOCAUSTS VVILL HELP FAIR
iasahr Prosalaeat la M valval rteele
w III Aastat M'la Measortat
Ths oelertaiament part of tha Wsm Me
morial baser and fair, ta be held at the
- X x theater tao weeks, front May 1 to
l. bia beea tendered tho set-vices of sev
eral prominent vocalists. These Include
Miss Millie Raa and tha Boyd Mchoo) of
Aclicg. . M m Ran wHI send e of her
best soloists and tho dramatic school has
also tendered the rcrvtors f soma of its
The work of soliciting donations is new
being' Taken up by solicitors who have
volunteered to assist (n the work. A thou
sand donatio cards were seat out recently
and the iwrttes to wheat they war seat
will be called usi-a, during tha neat weak
,or tea days,
Tho Iii4 Klcea at Health.
The restorauva power ef aoucd aieap eaa
hot he ova estimated and any aUment
that prevents it Is a menace le health.
, J. L. Souther. Kaa Claim. Wia.. aays;
-For a ka tisM I have beea anable u
aleep sound'.y nichla, Veoaose ef pains
acroac my hik and soreceaa of cay kid.
neya. My appetit was aery poor and my
gereral cooi.Uoo waa sauch ra dawn. 1
have beea Uklag FeWy e kidney puu hut
a short Una and naer alorp as sound as a
rok- I eat and atJoy my sneala, at! nvr
general eooel.tioa is greatly Improved. I
raa hwrfM f lertaiaeM Foior SMntf
Pills sj I kitow th have cured ma" For
sa-a hy aU dtucgiata. -
WEST GOING TO MEET TEDDY
Hundred from Omaha and Kear States
XATOR TO ILIAD CWXOY SQUAD
to Leave aa
aad to Ride li
Colonel Theodora Roosevelt's homecoming
at New Tork, June 14, Is to be made glad
by the welcome of a delegation from
One hundred men, reareseatlng Omaha.
Nebraska, Wyoming and Somk takola,
beaded by Mayor James C. Dahlman. h
to form the party. They will leaTe Omaha
at the algtat of June la. to be on tha ground
A letter from Secretary Ioeb assures ths
Commercial club that a special reception,
where Colonel Roosevelt will meet the west- i
ernera, will be held.
Mayer Dahlman. according to tbe sched
ule at tha Commercial c'.ub. is to head a
squad of sixteen "cowboyu" from Ne
braska. Tbse eowb?s of other years are
to ride down tbe streets of New Tork in
reel cowboy fih!on. on real western
The party to aelcome Colonel nooevat
Is now bting mads up at the Commercial
club. Tha names of forty-one persons are
on tha list, beaded by that of Joseph
The original project contemplated the
shipment of a bunch ef Nbraka hones
Ut New Tork for tha accommodation of
Mayor "Jim" and his partly of asoute, but
tbe Pennsylvania line, over which tha party
will travel, on the aaeiern part of the
trip, has offered to furnish the mounts.
The bronchos are to be at the Twenty
third street statiow ia New Tork on the dsy
set when tha tra;n arrives.
Party Leaves Jaw II,
The present schedule plans for the de
parture of the party from Omaha an June
ia aver tha Northwestern, which will con
nect with the "Pensy" line for the re
mainder of tha journey. The return trip
will be by way of Washington.
Tha books opened for tha formation of
the party at the Commercial club yester
day a tha forty-ons signers poured In
In hot bsstfj. Applications from others
hsve followed. Tbe Omaha territory is to
be represented li the delegation of one
hundred. It Is probable that more nil)
join tha party, but present plans are for
Tha Omaha and Black Hills delegation's
reception is to be a part of a program
which is being laid with ths intent of keep
ing tha strenuous Bwana Tumbo up for
forty -a.gtit eejweeAKlve hours.
Mies Catherine Ege of Omaha and Z. I-McOo-ern
of Benao.i were married lal
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sprague mo-ed Into
their summer borne near the Country' ciub
The Benson Woman's club was enter
tained at I be home of Mrs. R. W. Bosworib
last Thursday afternoon. Mra, D. l. Rabvr
a aa leader.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
U. C. Hanson on Sunday, April t
Prof. John Speedie spent a few days last
week In Fremont attending the meeting of
tbe East -Central Nebraska Teachers' asso
ciation, of which he ia treasurer.
B. Heyt left last Friday to attend the
Imperial council of tnc-JMyslie fhrine. to
be held at New Oi leans.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Oolwel! of Papilli'i
and Mra William Speedie and Mrs. C F.
Nickerson of Uretaa. Neo.. have been
guesta at tho Bpedle home during Iht last
Mrs. E. O. Fase and daughter were visit
ing with relatives in Benson last gundey.
Miss Nora Trotter entertained at lunch
on Monday for Mrs. J. Davenport wf
Mrs. C. F. Masweil of Charlton, la.. Is
making a two weeks'. visit at the home of
her aon. A. A. Maxwell.
Mra. C. W. Child entertained at lunch
on 8unday in honor of Mrs. M. J. Beanie
Mrs. J. Tu. Corbaley and children left on
Friday for a visit with relatives in Cres
cent la. v
John Nordin spent the day last Purtday
in Oreiaa. Neb.
Miss O's Peska left last Tuesday for a
two weeks' visit with relatives and friend
in Tobias. Neb
Mrs. Ueorce Hill and children ten Fri
day for a few dais'. visit with relatives in
Tom Coatea of Waterloo. Neb-, spent last
Sunday at tho home of Mr. and Mr,
Patrick Iveraon of Calhoun. Neb.. Is
spending a few days at the home of bis
cousin, Mra Charles Vos.
James W. Lochmillet and Mra Paras. B.
Duke, both of Benson, and well known
here., were married last week and will re
aid tn this place.
Rev. B. F. KisUer has returned home
from aa extended visit in Kansas. Iowa
and Missouri, recuperating his health, and
will again resume his pastorate.
Master Arthur Chslupeky. E. C. K odder
and Miss Helen Carter have been on the
sic !ei during tha last week.
Will Powers ta sb'e to be out and around,
with the assistance of eruirne. eince hia
injuries caased by being thrown, from a
wagon last week.
Mr. and Mr. Henry Thomas left Tuesday
rooming tor Colun.su, Neo., ahere me.
mil reside In the future, after an txtended
vtit in Ben eon.
Mra A. R. Ruth eniertained las' Toes
day in honor of Ms Mamie O Haciln oi
llttsburg, Pa., and oa Thursday ior Ue
damea otoe Baidaln. Charles Kaitie:-, A.
Uitni and I'r. and Mra Baldwin.
The B. U 8. club m-tl! meet at the home
of Mra A. JK. Carter oa nxxt Thursday aft
ernoon at J o'clock.
The Fern I.eaf club will give a dancing
party reit Thursday evening at Oa Fel
Mr. and Mr. Alfred Anderson entertained
about twenty cf their fnends aad relative
at tnetr home last uBia.
Cordon Ruth entertained Jo-sri. E. F.
Mortar nr. Prank Parkiu and Gus L rban
at bis bom last funds) eenlng.
The Puey Bee Sewing club met at the
homo of Mra. C. A. Bloomburg last Satur
day afternoon, when a good number acre
Res'. I Le Vanfler ef Swede Holm. Neb.,
allied the pulpit at the Seed. all Lutheran
church Sunday afternoon.
The regular raeeli:.c of the fire drtan
meiit was held laat Monday evening, when
routine bustnora as tranaactrd.
Tha Wocnaa'a Chr'Stlan Teir peranre
unoa will held an ail-day siee'tng at the
hwe ef Mt. Mu-nseil new Friday. A lunch
mil bo aerved at noon.
Mra. L. I. N. Ooodin mill laave next Frl-
j day for Northport. Neb., wher Mr. trodn
nu mm iwj am wbu meT ruiure
Mr. O. F. Gft and children left last
Tue-dav to Jotn Mr. r.rft. asd they a ill
make their home hereafter on a cleim la
The women of tha Weihwoiel church
served an election day dinner at the fire
hall last Tuesday, and cUred ahuwt 112.
The meMing of the Jolly Thirteen club
to have bee held last Taeeday i home
of Mr. Irajala. was postponed oa account
of ti' dewia of Mr. HedJer.
Mr. K. i. McArdt ewtertai'ied a number
of frwnd and relative laat Munday even
lag. Cards and ruach were the program of
M pr. Loeohner eotr'nd about forty
guest at h-r hfma last WninexHay aftrr
rv)Ka. each guewl hitng.r.g a tea tnweli.
and while present fcemnjd tomei.a Thee
are 13 go to ire Metho4. ho'taL M s
Kthel J j.t wen first prize ft,r lnmm.Pi Uis
(ante ft i.irrr.ser. take and lie nua acre
served by the nostras.
School era- for the spring term this
ranrilt Mia Hatfield. tij spent the
ftk at par t'M; Mt Eir.lv Oai id tt
Jacksvs aad tho Mtrsea Beetle Bedell and
r. ai rru ntv retu-ned to take up
The funrrsl rvir of M-. de Carter
""re held on I ridiiv a w-.k. at ie Lome
of hr mother. Mrs. Mirr Mullen of
rrah. Iniermrnt being in tlolv Fsmilv
f--PiUher. Mrs. Canar came to live tn
Bn.jn as a bride lat Aunt, and died
March . after a long k-kne.
Mi"ea Kfrie and Ruth McO-j're ent-r-tained
at lunrh at their home last Punday
evening. wnn their gucrts aere the mem
bers of the I. top: a clv;h. Tbos present were:
M'-ee Kate lavin, Roim. and I-aira Po-t.
Martha, lna and 'lara Reptiwky. Hl-n
Moms. CbariMte Melcsolr, LjlUsn Phelpi".
Lrf-tta and Cecelia Reed.
On account of the Sunday sehool ad
dreme at the Young Men's Christian s
sorlatlon this afternoon no verper services
w,ii be held today at the Presbyterian
The funeral ervtc of Mra Jennie Hod
dir. who died iat 8undar at the ae of M
years, were held laet Tueday afternoon
at i o'clock at the tiome of her son, K. C
H odder of Benson, a here the debased re
sided. Interment was at M unt Hope cem
etery. Keva tiorst and High of Omaha
and A. Alack of Bensoa off'.ciated.
Mr. E. A. Eenson and family have re-1
turned from a sojourn of several weeks
At the meeting cf the Harney Card club
last Saturday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mra. A. W. ttcrlfner, Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. tu-n eon. Mr. and Mra C E. Bate, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Selby were present
lr. and Mrs. Henry B Eemere celebrated
their third wedding annivrresry Wednes
day evening, where the Included those moo
a ere In the wedding party.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase gave a tbe
atfr party Monday evening to see Mis
E fi Janl. After the play the party met
Mrs Janis at supper at tho Omaha club.
Mr. and Mra. H. T. Cutter entertained
the Emacon club at their home Wednesday
The Dundee Whist club will give a party
Monday evening at toe homo of Mr,
tinsly. wher tlx guest will b the bus
bands of the members.
Mr. Oscar Aver and Miss Iaura Avert
gave u hayrack ride Wednesdsy evenina.
the party going out the Went Dode road
to a farm, where supper was served. The
letter part of the drive waa on the bnule
ard. Mis VeiistaPresson is spending her vaca
tion visiting relatives in Des Moines.
Mr. Rsr Smith of Hot Spring. S. D..
and Mrs. F. T. Blake of Lincoln are vis
iting st the home of Mr. and Mr. J. H.
The Dundee club of Omaha High Pchool
students gave a dance Friday evening at
the Dundee ha L
Dundee men attending the dinner given
Thursday evening at the Omaha dub by the
Cniversitv of Michigan alumni of the city
for the visiting members of the facultv
were: Messrs. R. C. Peter. James w.
Hamilton, Alfred Elllck and Dr. J. J. lie
Mullen. The Dund- Woman' club will meet on
Tuesday instead of Wednedv this week,
at the homo of Mra. Char lee Trimble.
The Lsdles' Aid society or the Dundee
Presbyterian church will meet on Frldsy
with Mrs. E. H. We sterfield.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Lempe entertained
some of the Omaha Theological students
at their home Thursday evening in honor
of their son, William Lampe.
Oline Devrie left Friday for South Da
kota, a here he will do business for tbe
Mr. F. I. Ellick entertained Informally
at dinner last evening for a few friends.
Mis. Henry Simpson and eon Harold
sept the week in Lsrsmle, Wyo.
Mra G. W. Wickersfcam ret-Jrned during
the week from a trip to Exc aior Springs.
West A a bier.
Mis R. M. Henderson entertained Mr.
Dr. Clarey and little daughter Wednesday.
Ole Carlsen drove out lo the home of b's
daughter. Mrs. Anna 3acu!in, at Foil
Crook. Fricay. ,
Mr. .atd Mr. Frank Wallace and mi
Merrill left Monday lor Clay Center. Kan ,
K'tii re they will reside in the future, to
care for h-. aged parent. Colonel and Mr.
Mrs. John Toung and daughter Charlotte
came over from Council aiiutf Fnrtay and
were the guest of her parrnta. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E Augbe, until Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. T. Greeley of Sou, h Fifty
sixth street are the proud parents of a
baby daughter since Wednesday.
SHden Smith, who has been in the hos
pital for the last eight weeks whu typhoid
lever, came to the home of his uncle. M-.
Eugene pitman, lo stay during his convalescence-Mrs.
Roy Fraselle entertained her aisicr.
Mrs. Dunn of St. Joseph, laet week.
Er1 Henderson h gone back to hi
studies at the I'nlversity of Nebraska after
a week's vacation wnh relative her.
Mr. and Mra. D. Shandy had as tli-ir
gui?sis for dinner Mcrtdav their old friends
Mr. aud Mra J. E. Aughe.
Mr. Baker, recently from Lone Reach.
Cal . haa been ill this week at the home
ot hi daughter. Mrs. Shandy.
Mrs. Brady, wif of Attorney "Brady of
Vl est S.de, was on the sick list last ek.
Miss Wallace, eighth trade teacher laa;
year at the B-al ciiool. .was a visitor
at th building last Tuesday.
The Ladle' Aid society held a sueeersful
all-day meeting at the home of Mra Roy
Fratelle on Thursday arid nearly om
tltei a ouilt for Mr. Shepherd. A fine
dinner was served by the hesa-ss snd
others. Proceeds. C The next meeting
will be at the church In two week.
The ociJ gtvej by R)r-h HI1 Fridv
(evening proved a source of amusement to
a number of Irvlngton your.g people.
The C. W. B. M. met at the homo of
Mr. H. A. Spring Wednesday afternoon, j
Mies Minnie Dim spent Sunday with
irienaa in umtna.
The pupils of district No. 7 had their
pictures taken Thursday.
M'.ss Ariln Richard", who has ben Quite
ill lately, la some beurr.
Mr. Rny Misee visited Sunday at the
Mrs. 8. A. B'.e ar.d son John pnl
Sund-a at the R-esivr home. -
Miss Leola Gmrulen r,f cmaha visited a
few days last wetli v.ith liur couais. M.ss
lira. Onborn Is vlsitimr her brother In
E'C tv la.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. ChsrVe Pairo sprni Mrr.dav
afierr.oon with Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Petersen.
Misa Kmrr.a Petersen the euest Sjn
day rieiion of MI& Maude Vunsjn.
M. H. A. Spring spent Monday in
Mr. D. C Kra'.z atttr.dd a Committer
mveting at the Yo-iug t ouian CnnatLin
aocla!lnn in Omiha 11 arid a toon.
MU Mir.i.ie Sohut fipent Suudav aith
Miss Tteth Krai l.
Mr. and Mr. H. F. Km;d.-cn visited in
Muriei, the Ir.fant son of Mr. and Mr.
Pecninpavirh. ha heen ,ulle ill lately.
Tbe dnce g1en bv some of Lb young
men of Irving tou Wednesday n'ght was
enjoyed by a gnod mm! .
Good Record for lt'.axla chool.
LEXI.'iITO.v. NeU., April .ai eclal )
The ch-ol board cf th Islington school
has arm -rd for tV. lrttiw r.f tV M-tn
for th? boutit H'.a school building and
for th new high school bulldlt g according
to th plan prepared try J. II. Put A Ca.
of Kansas City. Th new school building
will be of Ihe latesty de:gn and up f date
In all convenience?- H-jt;r.j. lighting nd
veM.lat-aa mil be carefully lo ked after.
The Lexington sthou's dir.ng the last
twelve yea's have graduated mo: a hoy
and girl than any town of Its ta In
th ete. The pie:U c'aas consists ef
twelve boys and seventeen girl. Th psllry
of the school is to keep a ia-g pt.rcer.tage
cf the bo a-d girl who enter th ninth
grade liw ert'.-e four yexr. ln the innth
g:de of the present graduating cU tn.-
war fort)-f. ecru. led. Tbe Levlngun
ehool ar well represented In th two
tt normal, in th Wesi an m.ivcraiiy
and ba Lb tut: tiivrrwi. Th farmer
boy who enter the h'gh chix.i en twplt
tka macy of them entr t.'i slat agri
cultural tcacol In Lincoln. Daosoa ootintr
ha rteral gradual of the ag-icuitural
tehool. tm has bn an Impetus tj reus
th vtsodard cf farming acd atock ralat.g
ln th county.
Tb Key to Lh Suuauoa Sea Waal Ada:
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WOKE
Frorre&aiYe Actiritiei Voted ia Many
DEBATING COXTEST STIRS TALENT
Last Lap of the trhool a ear
the AsBhitloao Happenings
Loral aad Distant
At tho Central Ntbraka Teachers'
social la. which waa held in Hastirgs on
April 1, the Central Nebraska Derlsmatory
association held It anntjal declamatory
contest and Mhe Agnes Frank of Kearnej
High school was the victor tn the dramatic
class and will represent tho district at the
state declamatory contest Miss Frank's
work wa pronounced to be of a very high
order, and great thing are expected of her
in tho future. Kearney Hlen school also
has won the Western district debste and
will now send on of Its debater to Lin
coln in the first part of May to compete
In the state debate. Joseph Fitxgerald mill
be tha school representative.
PERI' ORlL NOTE.
Dramatic Clab I Preparing t
dire Twelfth Night."
The Normal Promoter' c'uto elected new
officers at a recent meeting, aa follows:
Adviser, Prof. C. B. Cornell; president
George E. Campbell; aec-retarr-U-aiatMirer.
Charles Monitor. It la th purpose of the
club, a declared In Its constitution, "to
promote higher Idea. and a true profes
sional spirit In the Peru State Normal
school, ar.J l promot higher educational
ideal throughout the state of Nebraska "
Tho club haa a large honorary .member
ship, including many of tbe greatest edu
cator in the country. The present active
membership Is a follows: Rolli Fosnot cf
Davenport Joy E. Morgan of Upland.
Varro Tyler of Auburn, J. D. McMlllen of
Peru, RiMeU Stewart of Cortland. Charles
Moulton of Atkinson. Lewi Garey of
Beaver City, George E. Campbell of Os
ceola, Ilariy Johnaon of Oakland. Rex Tru
man of Peru. George Steven of Western.
Percy Stockdale of Madison. Fred Hurst of
Fall City. A. J. Stoddard of Auburn. D. H.
Weber of Barnston, Prof. C. B. Cornell of
Peru, adviser; President J. W. Crabtree,
honorary chief promoter.
Tb Normal Drama tie club, under the di
rection of Mr. Daisy D. Nettleton. is pre
paring lo play 'Twelfth Night" next week.
Thote who are to take part in the play
have made a careful study of the comedy
for three months under Mrs. Nettleton'
direction, combining the study of the Hter-
ary and dramatic phase of the production
The Elizabethan method of staging will be
used as far as posaible. Thi is the first
time an attempt ha been made to stage a
... rrru m v..r.,e n"cr-
Over twenty rtudenw, including the very
best talent In the Normal Dramatic club. !
will take part in the comedy. A special
train will be run from Nebraska City to
accommodate the Urge number who wih
to attend from that city, and posx'.bly a
special train from Auburn. '
The Junior girls defeated the senior girl
in a game of basket ball played Wednesday
evening, by a score of 1 to i. The inter-
c'.ae games of this oort are one of the most-1. fpellt ,n tree piamjnf; on Bear creek.
InteresUng phases of college life In the ! Mr ,ne cltv of Colorado Sprintrs. The
NormaL ' " ' practical field work supplements clans
The Fortnightly club art exhibit has beenjroonl on ln. subVot Bni ,he cUa!.
open ainc Wedco-dav , The exhibit is be- numbering seven, u fortunate In havlns
ing attended by a large number. The pro-i this valuable experience,
needs will be osed by the club to decorate J Sarh opportnnltie for' employment In
th Normal chapel. On Wednesday evening j practical work for days at a time on the
the following program" r a carried out: i national fore hi I mutually advantageous
Lecture, "LKeratur and. Art" Dr. H. C. . to both the forest service and the school.
House; vocal solo. Pro. Ross House; mu-
sic Glee club. Thursday afternoon the fol
lowing program waa furnished: Talk on
individual pictures by different member, of
the faculty: vocal solo. Mr. Howie, Mrs.
nouBT, i I I'l . jivua. Km audiw.j rimin
Prof. Clark gave a lecture on art and sev- I
eial musical number were rendered.
The Normal defeated tbe Brownviile H.gh
school In a practice game of base bail yes
terday by a score of II to t
Superintendent Bod well of Beatrice was
j In Fern thi week ln the Interests of the
State Examining board. He spoke in chape!
'Wednesday morning. Superintendent R. I.
I Elliot of Broken Bow also gave an addresa
'at chapel Wednesday morning. He paid a
! strong compliment to Peru teacher and
raid thai iu bia experience they had been
his bctt teachers.
The Troubador Concert company gave a
'concert in the Normal auditorium Saturday
j evening. A large audience enjoyed the
j The girl of the Young Women's Chris
. tien association are holding a candy sale
i during the art exhibit Over $36 worth of
candy hau been sold already. Th proceed
will be used to carry on the work of the
WIBCO! I DIVERSITY.
Medical grhool 'Pralora by the
Th policy of the University of Wiscon
sin with refeience to medical instruction
Is "so tin usual and so creditable to the
standards ard ide&ls ef the university that
i they deserve s pe ciJ commendation," de
'clP President Henry S. Pritchett of the
j "Nearly ever- Mute university In the
jnidUl et and eotith." the report con
tinue, "h& yielded at one tiro or an
, other to the temptation to conduct a med
j ical fcl,o..l not upon the basi of sound
j n.ed:cal advancement, but upon the basla
l of iri!tut:ona! lompletenesa. They bate
aonerM to accormllh thia er d in some
c.iers by a weak medical school in a small
c.ty, in ether esses by a low standard
rr. tlicl tcbool ir. a distant city. Exam
ples of oce or the other of these practice
are to he found arror.g nearly, all state
"Thor whd have been responsible for
Ihe direction of the University of Wi
oonsin have courageously refuted to yield
to tither of tho leinptnti'na Ral:zinc
!that laiii-oa Aaa i-ot fcultcd for clinic!
j le-ichir.g. tcey hre refucj to set tip
jlhtr a clinical establishment. They have
I with equal fimjvas ;eni: ltJ th prenur.
'even whea nctt ; the slat leglsla
tur. t f -rm n V.r-re a lixnee with e:ab
jlii.:nents In H -';wBC..5e. Such action U
as crcd'.tabi i l- V xreat intiiutloa a
It 1 raie." '
Kro-n stat.ii'l'c? in;.' compiled by Dr. J.
jt. Eleoat. tirlicai arriner far men at
(the UPlvereity of Wisconsin, ihe li tu-ld-nn
in thL thort coura in agtlcullu-e
I -.sin w inter disproved the Mitetn tit often
Jmule that boy brotight up on the farm
, are inferior physic-ally tu tho of city
j education. In all mrs-surementa except
height the short cnurto atud.nta of thia
year urpaascd tie men of tiie freahmaa
( class, and alio th average tneaeurementa
of ItD ccllrge stud nts of all clause, ills
j a ore a slur ago aeo.unis in part for bis
j superior phsiiiu. Th average ag I
ifl.T. compared with D" for th freanmon.
Ia weight tr. short roura men averaged
Itit over six rouiirl mor than th fresh.
Iiun; In hcchi. CI. which ia .1 las tnan
lb firsuyear men; krvadth of moulders.
IT. I. chest depreafd. Mt; Inflated. I7..
1 ruiTii nil. !!. 3 i, nwht bicrpa. U.k.
r:nt forearm. 1; right tmtb. Nik; nghl
' c-if. 11. luag capacity, tmi Inche. w hich
j i iuii mure LUaa tt frehina; alrti.'.gth
of hck. lit. kilo. Ie. Ua kuoS. hick J
thirty-seven mre than the freshmen,
and streneth of forearm. "J t. hich is
four more than the freshmen
l'MO I l l.El. K.
Recent llappealaa la lb rheer
lady, . InMltation.
Tim snir clasn of Cr.ln coil'' has
oted to erect an iron gate a a memorial
to the claa. This gate Is V lake the place j
of the "Old F.lue Gate." and will harmonlxe
with the fence which Is to be built from
th fund raisrd to beautify the campu.
Th fence win extend from the Crnegie
library to th college library lane, where
th Taine memorial gate Is to be erected
The Iron fence a ill l even feet high. t
distance of twenty f"-et there will be
cement poet eigM feet hifh The fence,
which i to be completed by the last of
Mar. 1 but one of the many plans being
made to make the Cnion colic caoipua
on of tho most attractive in th country.
At a social gathering rf alumni from
Tale. Princeton. Harvard. Michigan,
Cornell, Syracuse, Williams. Leiard Stan
ford, and other college held at the
Mohawk club In Schenectady, the plat of
the Schenectady business men to raiee
ITi.030 to beautify the L"nkn college
campus was being discussed. One man
sngSiSted thst there were LW oolleg
alumni In Schenectady. "Let us." he sug
gested, "form a brotherhood of college men
and claim kinship ta the 'mother of col
lege fraternities.' Let ua each give a dollar
toward th fund." Th Idea was immedi
auly adopted and the sum is now being
Tha new general engineering building is
now la use. Commencing with the spring
term, ths classes in technical and
mathematical subjects have met there.
The formal opening Is set for April S.
William Da lion, vice president of the
American Locomotive Works, is chairman
of a commute to secur funds to hav a
pall secretary for the I'nion college Young
Men's Christian association. It Is desired
to raise a budget of 11. 200 to pay the run
Ling expenses of the association, lrcluding
the secretary salary.
COLORADO CHOOI. OF FORESTRY
Plaas for Saaasner Work la the Poblle
The forest service In Colorado ard por
tions of Wyoming will employ fifty-five
extra men during the coming summer to
cruise timber on national forest and to
Investigate the rate of growth of forests
These men will report for work as onn
aa their college work end this spring.
The Colorado School of Forestry at Colo
rado Springs will furnish nine m-n. Har
vard two. low Agricultural college nine.
Michigan Agriculture four, I'nlversity of
Michigan eight I'nlversity of Nebraska
tW0f ya, four, University of Pennsylvania
two and Colorado Agricultural college one.
The work will rot only furnirh these
students with the best possible experience.
but will give them opportunity to ea'u
considerable monev. Most of the students
of th(! Cojora(!o .choni of rorMrtry miM
not complete their year's work in tht
school before July 1, but a few will get
away about June 14.
The ciass in silviculture In the Colorado
School of. Forestry left Monument on April
S lo work for two weeks In the emplor
of the United State forest service in
planting tree and in nureeiy work. It is
probable that a portion of their time mill
lmtr94m.Uam r yitarlaa for
To th many Improvements and new
equipments that have recently been pit
into effect at Princeton university for teach
ing the different branches of science, a
vivarium hss Just been added which, it
is believed, will completely revolution-
: Ixe the methods of teaching biology. This
I vivarium, which is now almost ready
I for occupancy, has been constructed as
i a supplement to Guyot hall, the near
biological and geological laboratory. The
laboratory alone, without the equipment,
was built at a cost of iCi.OQ. and its
equipment Is said to be as much In ad
vance of that found In other universi
ties as the building is a progressive step
in laboratoi y construction.
The use of a vivarium In the study of
biology in universities is a unique de
parture. Biological work has heretofore
consisted of tha study of dead animal
ar.d thorough knowledge of the habits
of many of the amphibious animals ha
been lacking because of their habit of
During Change of Life,
says Mrs. Chas. Barclay
GraniteviDe, Vt, "I wa passing
throtich IbeChariKeof Life and suflered
symptoms, and I
can truly gar that
pound has proTed
of eold to me, as it
restored my health
and strength. I
nerer forget to tell
my frirndg bat
V tpetaMe Componnd h&a done for m
during thia trjin; period- Completo
restoration to h-a!th means so irt'ich
to me that for the sake of other tuSer
ing women I am willing- to make my
trouble public so you may publish
this letter." 11 rs. Chas. JBakcjlat,
Xo other medicine for iroman's ills
has receired such wide-fpread and un
tjualified endoraement- So other med
iiine e know cf has auch a woid
of cures of female Ills as has LytlU E.
Ilnklutm'e YeffetaLle Compound.
l or more than 80 years it has been
curing femala eomplaints such as
Inflammation, ulceration, local weak,
nesseg, Kbroid tumors, irreifularitit-s,
periodic pains, Lackaclie, tndiirrftion
and ucttou prostration, and it is
untqiisLd for carrTing- v. omen Fafely
through th period cf change of life.
It ro:ts but littlo to try LJU 11
Mnktiam's Vegetable Cotnpotiiid, and.
as Urs-llarrlji vsayi.1t is worth mouk
tains of goUtusuCcriag aoiuca.
buiit.g Uieruxhc in Ui mud aioi.g
Thce ianum. de. cried by Prof
Conklin. a ill house representatives of all
fnrtern branches cf the animal k'ngdm.
timing ti the construction of the building
it 1H be poasihl lo observe the hahit
of a great vsticty of birds, fislr-!,, insects,
reptile, snd mammsls. under different con
dition. Lsi ge outdoor cages for the use of
the birds hav been consttuctod nd a
fresh ater pond containing many dif
ferent varieties of fish has been built
outdoor. A smll frvsh ter aquarium
h !so been plod Inside th lvrium
in order tht the fish may be mora closely
A a great majority of th varlou kind
of nlmals are to be found In the era, a
large liOi gallon salt water acqviarium
as found neceoeary. The aster for this
great t;nk la brcucht dltcclly liom the
Atlantic ocean In large tank cars made
for that purixise- The salt natcr 1 fre
quently changed in the aquarium ahlch
requires a tremendous amount of it each
BELLEVUE STUDENTS DEBATE
Member of Farolly trr Hborked
then Remark Are of Per
BELLEVUE. Neb.. April a. Last evtnlng
the Young Men' Christian association
gav Its anmisl benefit entertainment. Th
audience, which almost fiiled th chpel.
w highly pleased alth th program, one
of the beat given her this year. The
mock debate. "Resolved. Tht Whixser re
Deeirable," upheld by H. J. Brandt nd
Don Enfield and denied by William At
water and Sila Kamanskl. drew forth
great applause. The "whlxzer" Is a purely
colloquial term and Is applied to certain
extended long walks taken against the
rule by members of lha opposite sexea
Certain members of tbe faculty present
ere severely shocked by some of th evi
dent brought forard. Tbe decision w
given to th affirmative. Vocal (election
of merit were given by Prof. Currens and
Messrs Brandt and Rice. Prof. Willi
gave a very interesting reading and the
Dutch band and th Wild Cat orchestra
were highly app'auded. Mr. Dow performed
some card trick which were very putzling
until shown up by bis co league. Mr. Mobr.
The senior clsss bsa picked tbelr com
mencement play, and under the direction of
Miss Fitch of Omaha hav already stsrted
work upon it Tb play choaen is Shake
spear' "As Tou Like It" and the cast
picked assigns the four leading part as
follow: Mis Quiglry a Rosalind. Miss At
water aa Celia. Mr. Ataater at Touchaton
and Mr. Enfield as Orlando. Tbe cen of
th play k laid outdoors and fitted to the
natural amphitheater la the woods back
of lha co lrge, w here it will bo given.
FIRST DAY 0FNET SURPLUS
tiorerwmrat Recelpta Friday Kxreed
Eapeadltarr Over liaadred
WASHINGTON. April .-For the first
time sine the Payne-Aldrich tariff act
went into effect August i. 10, yesterday
we the first day that tbe net ordinary re
ceipt b of Lie government showed a sur
lily over the ordinary expenditures. It
amounted to 112.000. of which 1100.000 came
from the new corporstlon tx.
II area Plcaeer la Dead.
HURON. S. D.. April . -Special.) The
body of Colonel Edward Sterling, whoee
death occurred Thursday, waa taken Fri
day to his former home ln Rockford. LI.,
for Interment. Mr. Sterling had been a
resident of -iiuj-on and Beadle county for
thirty years and waa Identified with the
best interests, both political, educational
and material, cot only of Beadle county,
but of the entire state. He mas one of the
first to Inaugurate a county and slate fair
and served as the first mayor of Huron.
He also served two terms as treasurer of
Beadle 'county. Besides a wife, two on.
Fred, editor of the Register-Gazette of
Rockford, III., and Harry, an electrician of
New London, Wif., survive him. He was
1 year of age. a member cf the Elks and
prominent in the Presbyterian church in
The Worlds Best
A. D. S. Malted Milk
Wbeu it Is not possible ior Ihe
mother to nurse her baby the difficult!
cf adjusting the infant's stomach to
the bottle food is generally el I minted
by feeding A. D. S. Malted Milk.
It has been found that delirate
stomachs can digest this food without
any trouble, and It makes a delirious.
Invigorating drink for -well pople.
Jt contains no drugs or medicines
just a food, scientifically made and
perfectly safe and harmless.
This is a picture of Mr. M. M. Sachs,
a well known druggist at 557 Eighth
grenue. New York, and his baby. Mr.
"I cannot fie you any better testi
monial for A. D. 8. Malted Milk than
rw-mmC , .Jf, ,
hafer' Cut Prtc Drug Stores. 15:
nd I KiC- X-
Sc La fer a Cut Prlc Drug Elorra Cl
N'crtn linh Street.
Schaefr' Cut Prio Drug Ftorea. t
N.tth 24th Street. South Omaha.
Kchaefir Cut Price Drug (Mores. lm
V reet. South Omaha.
Hifo Irt-g Co. lith and Farnam.
IL rt Klrg. tt'.h and Farnam
lit'nva I 'rug Co.. l(i Farnam.
XL bcil Drug Co., IT.i Farnam.
GENERAL SMITH'S FAREWELL
Few Department Commaiider Speak
Appreciatioa at Cbejeune.
KEV1IWS EXPEKLtXCES OF TOST
Beoeoa of Plfflrally rreerdra1 lha
Oreopaltoa of I'ort D. A. Roell
A Word for Jodg
The evening rrrred ng !ii departure front
Fort D. A. Ru.seU. o.. a smoker w a
given in honor of Brigadier Uanerxl F. A.
Smith at the Industrial elub. Chffr.ne,
which waa attended hy many of the lead
ing cltlsens of the Wyoming metropol.s.
After eapreuung hi kindly appreciation
of the many courtesies extended him during
th year that he waa in command of Fort
D. A. HuwII. tteneral Smith said: "It is
Just one jear aao this month that the good
people of Cheyenne welcomed me with open
arms and heans In this same Industrial
c'ub. When I aseumrd command of th
pot it was In a state of unpreparednes
for the troof ahlrh were being gthered
here. Two battalion of the Eleventh In
fantry had just returned from l-.ha. soma
of th artillery fro'm ihe Philippine, and
in June th Ninth cavalry arrived from the
Philippine. There were over seventy build
ings undr course of ron-,ruct1on. more
troop than could be provided with quart
ers. 'The Ninth cavalry waa put In camp on
the reeervalion and soon 1 conceived th
Idea that th artillery needed field Instruc
tion and opportunity for target pracUca,
and so it waa sent to Pol mountain; tho
cavalry moved Into the barracks which
had beea occupied by the artillery and th
latter were krt out until the new bar
rack were sufficiently completed to b oc
"The constructing quartermaster. Cap
tain Hart, with my Importunltie for
greater hsjte In contructirm used to ho
met with a statement as to the difficulties
under which the contractors wer laboring.
How R took a month for carload lot of
material to reach her from Chicago or
St Paul, that material was getting side
tracked enrouto and that much needed ma
terial wa being delayed. With much labor
and concern on my part tha oevrral garri
sons were arranged In their respective
part of the post and by degrees tt assumed
a well regulated permanent basis.
"I appreciate the fact that one expose
himself to critlcim and misrepresentation
if he shows a tendency toward Independ
ence of action. In fact there never wa
but one absolutely independent man. and
that ww Adam In the early days of hi
experience in the Garden of Edea.
"I hav no doubt that acts of my admin
istration hav been th subject of critlcuwn.
especially by the mor Junior officers, and
the more Junior be is the more positive h
is that he could command th post better
than the 'old man.' but hi view, now
selfish and narrow, will broaden with th
experience of more mature year, when ha
realize that order and action hav to. .fee
made with a view to the adjustment of th
entire machinery, a a whole, rather than
to his own little cogwheel. -
"If I have done anything to bring about
closer relation between Cheyenne and
Fort Russell I am glad that I have been
able to do something toward their mutual
Hi address conclude with a kindly ref
erence to the official of Cheyenne and th
tate official and Judiciary., , state and
federal, closing with the hope that Judge
Vandevanter m.ght be chosen as the sue-'
eeor to the late Justice Brewer.
Attention I Menken of Alpha Camp
All members of Bach camp No. Hil.
Modern Woodmen of America, are re
quested to attend th pjneral of Neighbor
W. H. Rlnerman from the Masonic temple
at 2 o'clock Sunday. A. A. Smith. conuL
H. Evan, clerk.
Horn Ownership I the -hop of every
family. Nebraska Saving and Loan asso
ciation liow you th way. 10 Board of
Trade Bldg . lth and Farnam, Omaha
to send vou the li ture of our baby,
who was raised on It. The little ono
lied not been doing well at all wbeu
we decided to to A. D. 8. Malted Mil a.
and this picture was taken a few
months later; you can t.ee what th
A. I). 8. Malted Milk did for our baby.
We hate recommended It to a dozen
mothers in our neighborhood and every
one of them has had excellent resulis."
You can get It at auy A. D. S. drug
g . y.
DjwrcUt't - "' "i
WUb l t oo CkUt t.a
Walnut Hill Pharmacy. 40th and Cuming.
Saratoga Drug Co., !4th and Att Ava
i. H. Merchant. l:h and Howard.
,Jn. J. Freytag, Vit North ?4th Streak
Tho Crtay Fl.armccy. Z4.h and Lake.
Johrsn Drug Co.. I'h and -auid.ng.
8. A. tfTenrk. 1VZ S. uth it h fetreet
I h. K Lathrop, let North ftth iiireat,
II. I- Prifatu maw, lt Nmiii i ktietu
Fotet A Knin Di ug Co.. 2c. ti ai.tl u
1 tre.-:s. fcouth Omaha.
J tell Drug Co., F.urenc. Nh
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