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rUE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. AFRTL 1W.
Ll.UOb III. ubPUARY
Excise Board Puts Matter of Roles to
poxiil 051T cxl roa I1CE3SZ
?"-tim a Staff 0r p -nnt j
UN'MtJ. Apr.L S . -pe:iat i Ti Ex
cise put It tip to City Attorney FIujis
lwr i" mrirntng to tom-j.a'i rules ami
r"i.a .on f'T th. .: of liquor by a C'ty
d sir-'arv r arha'ever piace is :o he
tirwmia Powell, as he announce.)
.in x -e rvee. uvjnu
h or hmima h-
o "ad by rh ease il.jivr
.Bl Tve Bee. tdvjnunl a wholesale
b"r cnu.d be
"rd lo the h ne
f purchaser, artd a. so trie reta-l dipeneary
acre Hquor Ciii.d be secured far medicinal
pn -po' in or'iri: packM"-. Mr Pow'l
llvoml"! gTan 'tg a license to these
Mayor Love and Ma;J.r Ha-phan. hd
c:7 AttmfV Flansburg a.'l opposed th is
suance of any kidnfi ilcensr The mayor
'. -cued tne s nf j.'viur in and a.! drug
k. rf of the civ..
In h,s ocpc.tt.en to Vie beer depots the
ma.rr argued the...n if such plai-e eN
c -gT-.t'd tJj,r ...,.! he the am amount
of 1 -i sii.r.lW in i the city and it cottid
n..; be )tof tra-k -f. In answer to tins
Sir Powell ars'icd that to ship a ri of
t-r fnin Omana th express would b JO
cuts.. ;r from Ciuncll Bluffs would b T
ceirs. w hiie tn cas cms. J be bought 10
t r:ty from a dpot and divrd wit!i
0.;t tn Tpr'siB chanj. Th :a: law
,u;d prmvpTit The shipment frrjm b'.nrf
rr;ic ra Omaha, whil tha extra T cwa
f.-'im Council 3!nff woisld act a" an
oni.in m prnt pirrhas thw. an-1
b,ija ta :BTrtat, ati'prrm: fo'i'd b
cntroi:t by a ru.e 'ih that adopted last
1mt Mr Powet! win finally outvotivl a-nd
me bnar ajjrd to atailsh th city d
pnary for til" sale of iquor. with the
nmbabi'.ity that this p)a- will a. bo b
permi-t-d W beer lor meiinoa, o-, -
poses. The license fee is to be II. OW. Mr
" ..... . ...
F'ansburs; torobaWy will report at tha next
' " " ' 4"o .
mevtinr of the beard.
Eaa-mlasa f Rallrwada.
Tha F earnings of the principal rail-
roaas fl'-una; o'ln n r in . f n r .v. uiuku
by the repirts on f!'e with the r"tat Rail
way conmnsaion for the entire system for
the period from Jure 1 to February "S.
romparwl wtt.i the same period ending In
li'ie. is aa lonows:
. . ai-34.JS4
Manar Soldiers' Hataaea.
Governar Sballenberger received this j
mornint; from the government warrants j
for B.175 for tba us et tha two soldiers' I
hemes. The numejt is apportioned at the
rate of ttflS for eaeti member of the home.
At Grand Island there are 25 members
nd at Ml) ford VZ. The payment was. for
tr.e quarter ending March Si.
tat Hospital fr CsHaaasasitlraa.
Now tha the 'Ideal" eity of Lincoln
has officiary disbaniied Its sanitary camp
for the treatment of persons afflicted with.
eonsumvaiMr aad 'dven i"tt patlenra f'rtb
to die. talk: baa been started for a stata
biwpital for Lhe treatment of "Turn, un
furtunates who are unabie to pay their
own ex pepe.
Tne Lata legisiatara enncted a law aia-
tnortrirg tr.e niate toara or t-jeann to
d-sinrate some hospital where county pa
ten is could ba cared for. Tha board
designated a Lincoln hospital, but the
c iuncil prorr.ptly nullified siate law by
furbklding the camp by ordinance.
Joel Piper, secretary to the State Board
of trharitiea and Correct .oca. thia morning
aulvovated the construrtlon of a hospital
fnr cimsainptives in some city of the stat.
and he wi!l so r-onmmend to th gov-
BLAIR GUARDS BEGIN WORK
Csapaar E Holds First Drill aad
rttraae rant? la Military
BLAIR. Net.. April :. 4 Special.) Com
tanr"B of the NationaU Guards, which waa
mustered in about three months ago. went
en their Prst camping trip yaterday. Tha
bays go in fjll marciiing outfit, with
rciiuna for fach man for th time he is
The first detachment left the armory at
S o'clock Saturday afternoon, tha rec-ind
at I o'clocrk in tha evening and the th.rd a:
g o clock this morning. Th camp la at I
Tyson s im eint miles north or B air. :
in 'Ji . raucuvu iu i n u ui um
worst wtndstorrna of the acuon.
TnsMe Over Fear la Rawd.
7.fc.TM?EIT. Nib. April 25. (Special. )
G. P LaTJn is a road overseer of Johnson
county living at Crab Orchard. Herman
W'yers is a firmer Uvir.g near that town.
Lafin uruwil Wyri with havmj f-nced
a portion of the rirht nf-Tar ami. gomg
to W'yers' place, ordi-red hhn to remove the
f"r.re. W'yers cia.rr.ed he had not fenced
ptibilo rroperty. Words ensued and Wyers
came to T?curn?eh and swere out a war
rant asainst LaTin charging him with
a.seauit. The rase was tned in tn county
court ..J Laf'Jn waa found guilty and
fined K and costs. Lafiln then caused the
gain Strength and
Economy from a
All the muscle and
nerre building e.ltv
meats are there in
Prayed bj Trial
Read "The Rati u Veil
rilfe," ia pk
"Here's a Reism"
Postum fi-real Cnrupany. Ll 1
Batli. eek. Mich.
tne ri'lviv Wve-s
rd WSS '
P. th pa.d.
. r-"'.-:d gill'
"f e and cut'
Will Toe Mark
From Now On
SecreUry Hatesoa TS"nte Governor
Me'cen Will Follow OTdera
iF-om a -'iff Corr-nxjr.d-t-1
LIN'TOL.N'. April S Spial. Tbe
Board of Opioran !;a pnraia-d to be
C'k d and f'H.ow trio oM-m of tfte jwrnor.
rard9 of tha fart :rat Pcr"tar H
on a an ln:r- r !a:d the for-rnor a-i
r-ay:n pm'.-ir n hi aitituda ovr the
rtifiratcs issued by th bi.ard.
Mr H jton wrote tfi ( ivwnor :li:a
aii.r-.i." that a: a mwtln of in board it
hjd d'-cnled to fj.Iow the form of cf-i-C-
ai- prepared bv tne .ri. .1fajn?nt if
staii". thouah be believd the brard m a..
airirM thuunl have brn g:vn a .a,.:!
tn prent jt.i s.de ut t;ie cm.
T:-p law provldi-s that perwins who hav
prirti.-d optoraptry for two year prir U
pa-raji of the act aha!) b ntitd to a
crtif ! ate of exemption'
from tak.ntf the
examination. For th'.a rtif.rate the appli- 1
rant my pay the board C Those who ar '
not exempt from td exaraiuaiion must
-ur a cerrir.rate by taa'.na; an enamin- i
ation for which they pay the board C5. j
To d:!K?uurajr peracae a5k:nir fnr the ex-
empuon -rt:ficaTe, the board prepared a
certiorate upon which waa printed In rd
ink and a.ro stamped Uiron the word",
trie board doee not a-jarantee the rfimrpet
ency at the hotdr of th.n certificate, wntrh j
ia iarud m accordance with the aw. with- :
out an examination.
Ma-iy Cimpia-ntj reached the lursnor
That tiia board had ton beyjnd ita author
ity and tha maiter tu ref rrd to the at- ',
torney f;nera;. who held the board's action
waa very repr"herribie and he outlined
a firm of rertJk-ate. Thia. trie fovemo
ordered h.s board to adopt. Not heartne '
from the secretary for some time the gnv- .
ernor int'mate-l that he miirht chop of? a
j h ht farth a
i conf irm. ty to his orders.
'In hia lett-r. Mr Huteson said more than
; h;f Qf mH certiftcar-w
j q exMT,pLlon unr:t t0 arsctic opto-
me(ry no, q,lii;.f;M t0 naT.
, tifirate which they use to pry on tne in
nocent firmer and the public.
letter Seat to Nebraska. Delegatioa ia
Coagrress Objecting to Proposed
Aj&eadmeat to Lleasuj".
From a Staff Correspondent.;
LINCOLN. April 25,
t5peciai.j The i
State Rajway commission has net a 1st- j
tar to tli two senattws and the members
of the Nebraska housftde,iegatlon making '
sucgewiions regarding tne-railroad bill now
P'r.dins in congn-ess. Th leuer sets out
that th exetruuv, committee of the t- !
tional Association of Railway Commis.io.i- .
rs objects to the repeal of that provision ; r"nt nie. in an accident at aime d,
of tn law reading aa follows-. v 1 N-b.. Friday. Ke was brought to Omaha
I "Provided, how-ver that th provisions ' nd is now under treatment at th Prs-
tt this aot shall not apply to th trans- ' byterian hospital.
: porratlon of passengers or property or to Mr. Schuett s machine got beyond con
: Lh receirlng. delivering, storag or hand- j tro! and strtirk a telephone pole. The
iing of property wholly within th stat ' otiier passengers ln the car escaped injury.
and not shipped to or from a forgri
ntry. or from or to any stat or terri-
lory as aforesaid."
The Nebraska commission endorses
, portion and urges the Nebraska deiera-
: to M to !t poovlsion is not I
'stnckcn out. !
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Meet at Columbus
Advance Guard Gathering- for Third
Annual Reunion to Be Held
COLL-MBU3. Neb.. April S. (Specal Tel- ,
egram. )-Th. advanc guard of ex-old3ers
to anend t.i tnird annual reunion of the '
Danish War veterans arrived in tha city
today. Department Commander Pie!p of
uncoln arrived Sunday evening and es-
tablisned headquarters at tlie Merldan. Be
side the department commander are Chief
af Staff H. F. McGurren of Lincoln. G. P
Lidden of Lincoln and Colonel G. A. Axel
son. department commander of Missouri.
The annual encampment meets at 5 a. m..
tomomw and at 2 p. m.. th camp fire
will be held. In th everting ther will be
a banquet at wh.c-h Adjutant General Har-
Th. council of administration held a meet-
i Ing thia evening to arrange the work of the j
ekraalta w 5tw- '
' BEATRICE Mrs. Barbara ommer. an j
old resident of Beatrua. died, aaiarday at
in age of S years.
BEATRICE Goble Br.. wtM have been
eruraged in th meat market business here
fVr many years, nave announced tnat tney
will retire from buvnee. m a few days.
STTHF.RLANT1 Th cultivation of sugar
beets will receive much atteniio from tne
farmers in this port. on of tne i-ailey tnis
seasfi. The contracts ar q lit extensive, t
ine (.1 nat rate oeing tn oasts or pv.
srTHERLANr A new brt.k yard, ee
mnt bio-a factory, general rr.ercnand.se
store, bans and dosena of new residence
bouses atlear tn progress being mad by
this town and in surrounding country.
LEXINGTON The funeral of ". O. Case
was held in tne Meihotiist church Monday
morning. Mr. Case wai found dead m bed.
Mr. C.ee was a brother of Mrs. t J. F
Roseoburg. His sons, wrto live in in weax,
were in alien. iance at tn funeral.
SITHERLAr A movement is on foes '
to ra.ee fjoila for the eniarr-ment of tne
MetncMl st rnurrh in Suihet-and. Suther-
,and aireadv has t.lrae cnurcn baini.iii;s !
and tne Cathoilc denaminannn lias Bern j
working to get mooey t build a cnurch. j
LITTON The follow'rg cl risen, peutlrtn )
the c.tv board for as'snn
T H.rtnett a.-d William Brenm. A: pr-
em all are inen-ed. At th. last e,ct!on
Si.tJ went wet y a majority t 12. ...
!TTON A a old Isndmark. einw the
o dest buud.ngs ln Suiton. bulit in Iff. and
.inc. occupied cor.t nuuuslv a a smr-iirs
snrp. was moved off its fo.indat.on KriUT
to give p. ace to a two-story bruia structure.
reeled by J. Bauer A son fjr tneir hsmvs.
tlTHF.R I4 NT' Th. mammoth Tar'or
rancn lyu ui.i and wast, or PMIunajiiI
,a t.. k. ...,t . n . .. .1 , ... I nM tn fnar-MM.
at least annul lots acrns of tc. tra.t
wUicn covers a eoiuudrraui scop of cotia
t.gan of Nebraska will preside as toast mas- j K . ' ' ,, ' " I merely an outward worsh!
ter. followed by a big ball. National enior : . ' . "l nd dearer. We should
Vic. Commsider Marsha.1 of Chirac will h. "T " , ' . u ! 'nd let Him enter
arrive in the morning. At leaet 3M Spanish ,"... , I w"l r1 h
War veterans will be her. by tomorrow' JJC . . 7." a"a- j I've. Th church
TTON .Arxr Jit bri'd a: rn
' pi.if -no' I tr p.ant) of "W.
wirn arr-""HT.ate xr' A bu
jr iTi b'w-PT. t.i" n;n nwn "f it n
nd Ha:.n a ir -f :i Tn 7 m
' iror or 'u'loii. Ti m of Saturday
i ii t.- f rt pia.-d btir-n tn ta.u
. bEATP.I'. t.- orl wao nc'il ne "
' .ruay aaiiMur.cu.aj ine ot A. J ..'i;-.-
; ,e. a :ornir r.dnt vt in. a ity. whmh
. oc. trra aivt ai a.-n.nton. 1. t .
ir np an eiTnpinHl in ui pn?inn J
: purneiL ar i on. waj i.;a4T"l in n
: . par Dii. r- nere far jiji bfr-
nir to Vaa,-..rar;.r..
! Tti.'VMSEH r.d Fr a ra-pMitr of
tlKa n.y. Kiir.erl a painful injury tci h.B
wri.ip ai 'irK on tn row 01 a nf
; oiia.nr nui.d.r.a: .n r-irnna. H strum a
' apia in -niea a manner '-na. it t w m in-
a.r ami s r i- K nun in tne rD.i. f ' i
ta.ntm anJ nad to oe taKn :r'm tne run
ot me riu..iiln by njs ieimw wirK.nen.
H.iUt'REilE-A biie-nese char. ,n th
C-.'.-n oi in a city nes J iet been c(1neiiin
nia.tru. wner-by c . . rit. oevomes sn.e
pt L-rietr of that newspaper. M impiii"
retinue rur Mims ur Jr. Jnre
1 ran ben unaale .o aive h; time tu
o...meea on an o uit 'if t.ie a ivemuieni
: K urt tie e do n in tne .nvf,.ja.inr. of
.and frauds in v'o.orado.
BEATRICE The rea:r ce ciub heid a
Tfi.n .-unday r. am and eie ttl tneae
or. rem lrv-iiia ne-iU. preiunt . c-.
J tirrwn. v.ce prMiier.t. . . L-rae.
wr-arv-irfaurr: L'miit L'a.bey. t
B. LraA-. I' Kii.en and R- K. .ya. .
ecu live rcmmltte. Tne ciub has a mim-tH-rsn.p
..f 4jout : and mienus to .ncra'
the nunioer to duiitm ir.at amount. 1
' K 'LriP-EiJE A.bert Fierman. who re- '
j cpn: came here trrm l.i.noic. Iiu pur-
! cr.aseit the W. U. B.ai K turni a miie Mum ;
of tr.e c:iv. paymc i!t.-' 'or h.a new aci'H-1
' T.i. n a . -u it. . w..t I'nnrnVMi Riijir I
. ,,n .nil urice. Iij6 ixr acre, ia
nighfst ever pa.d in Phe.ps county.
Twi years a uno or tne eimt.-s ot tne
M-"rB.arI" bU,nt tre
LEXIN1 iTON Rev B. F. Ga.e-.er an-
counted frum the puipit Mir.day mat Uie
rornersuine of tr.e n-w W oue Mxnodist
cnun n w ,u;d be a.d Monday May 2. Rev
Hammond of Kearr.ey an. preacn the deilt-
aiory s-rmiin . The ein-nt wgrk of ih
fjunuai.on and tr.e basement wa.ia arr
cnmpieipij and tne brtr-a will be laid as
foon as tne sto.ie ,in-sn i.- a.d. Thi lur- a
win be completed by the lai of Aosust
SITHERLAXD-A proposition to tunnel , by his opponent for tn democrat.c nom
tlinmn the ran" of ni.m west of Sut her- , jnaiiun.
nd for the purpfiee of snurtening tne
Keiih-LinrrMn county !r-a"a.:ion district ;
canal Is recmvtr.g a considerable d scuss.on ,
tnis spring. Ai present tne ma n canaj ;
i-roeaea the hiils near town and niai west- ;
ward ti reach some of tne fertile ground.
naiura.lv losina considerable power in tie
iong trip. Whether anytn.ng comes of tne
ag.ianou rema.ns to be seen. !
HOLJ.iRF.oi5 At a special meeting or me :
tms nty. ur. c. (. Wiison. superintendent j
of the Hoidree d strict of Methodist Epis-
copal churenrs. waji eiected a director of 1
tnat institution. ". A. Lng. an expert
l accountant, waa a-so made a director at
the same meeijng. .ince the transter and
: sa.e of st k about two months ago there
1 has been a. most a complete change in Lite
i bank's offina-s and director. the new
management ia considered very strong,
j TECl'MSEH Judge J. B. Raper of Paw
i nee City will convene the Jonnson county
1 district court In adjourned session in tn.s
; rliy Tuesday The pe-it jury will come on
for sen-ice. There are two criminal cases
i slated for disposal, one is the case of tne
.Siat" of Nebraska aza.nst Lr J. G. Neff
of Sterling, on a serimis chai-ffe. and the
other IS tne case of the !"tate against The
Johnson '"ounty Home Tslepnone company
charged witn having d are acted an order
tare Railway commission. It is
tnat the Neff caee, will occupy
in AutO Accident,
iteprcseaiaayc oi juiwiuk nrew
ery Iajared. at Fairfieli
. - last Week.
! Julius Schtjett. uraahl manager for the'
"wing company, was tnrown trom
i touring car. receirlng a fracture of the
GAVE SIXTEEN SONS TO WAR i
Extraordlaarr An aad Record f
Graadsaa Braaasa mt I
On Tuesday. March
ia. Mrs. saral Bran- ,
uon oi rip. "reca. Dnmoni couniy, tjnio.
celebrated the lOSth anniversary of her
birth. She is for several reasons one of the j
u.t minimi, .uulco u, u raumrj.
on. who was a Miss Saraa
Barker, was born In 1901 near Pip Creek,
' O.. and has lived her entire life at that one
fCl Ab, l "1" w T?1 I
Charles Brandon, who took part ln th war.
In 1X4 Brandon dl-d. leaving his widow
with twenty-thre chUdran. sixteen of whom
were boya When the civil wsr broke out
a", of the sons enlisted, fourteen of the
brothers going with the union army and
tw'1 wun th confederal,
In on" b:. that of Bull Run, tha two
u"""- tn com-aej-aie st" were pitted
against live ur tneir union brothers.
Hiram Brandon, the oldost son, is now
past SS years of age and Is a resident of !
Bella.re, O. The youngest, aged 72. Is a j
resident of Beimoni county and axil. bits !
seventeen bullet wo-.mda, having taken part !
m Be.-enty-twa bau.ea. .airmUiies or icout- !
Ing expeditions under General Sherman.
The photograph of Mrs. Brandon Is In the
natural histon' gallery at Columbus and
a. so in the Haul of Honor at W
ung orotner. was
shot in the left eye with aa arrow and has
never had the use of it since Ar ..-'
ae, slje tjrmfli ta tJbmCCO haail USM
ji large quantity daily, both for chew.n. '
5h. mmm m a r.m.-.. . . ....
and was thrown to ne aun(1 tr:.m ,
K " ,Juna. lr' m
I -".. nrrji rrinj sne waiaea to oer home.
almost a mile d.aLant.
Mra Brandon resides two and i
ml.es rrom Pipe Creek and makes three
trips a day to tne town to purchase gro
ceries. She has worn no hat ln her Ufa
her only head covering being a sun bonnet.
three months she travels m the
county seat for th Duruoa. of drawn,- her
pension sf $12 a month.
When aaked regarding her children th
aged woman eouid not remember all of
their names or where they are located at
Praaenr, but tne records ar at Columbus.
O.. and Wasnington. D. C.
A bid reunion is oeing planned for this
t whi.h several hundrad rela-v.
ble on ,h. email f ai m .n B.imont
anted her by tha government - -
i county g-ra
I Nern Tork Hera.d.
atat Klllla jk.
Following the advice of th United Stales
t. ' ra.un-. m C:tiarns
"V',at aA i RJ'P.P "J ' ,n
,1" l u) ' . .ln" "MUid
j S,.". "'l0?- M"r
em persons, tie ia.)is. Merrurv says
. . . , -
ar disposed to loou uyoa the proposition
ss a .i.me. It is. r.owever. as thai paper
adda. a ser ous ma.irr. and on. tnarsiiou.d
rwouv. reste.-.f ji a tenu n. Rais are !-
struct ve ar.d cause a iar am Tint of dam-
inrr m.mi sprrao a.iaa. i-t are
a BUisanc. ou iteu.rai pnn. trji.. and aiiooid
ur niBBiinaifL ir the rarmers anil rle
, resiaenis ur . cnoins r--.int genera. ly will
' tflr. ntl. IV tt ril H ',-.. . ., J..
I numey a-id property tucreby Luuisvii.a
ilSSHAUESBERCER TO OUT?
, ITebruki GoTernor ii Enthsiutie
ia Priise of Ttxaj.
"STLL LOCATE . COLCTT THESE '
4eel wy1aat Wiatarra Hera Ir
Tea e-ere geaaaaa Tm !in,
W.e. Maya, D.-.a...
tm Make Reaaairaa. I
Ia It poxslbie Oovernnr Sha-ienbert;er
posea as a repubilcaa wtien away fr.jm
home? And has he ot fa! t.i in Nebrasaa
i In the San An'.oruo tTex.) Express of
I Ft iday appear an account of the visit of
nberxer to that cty. The ;
! Cxpresa at the outset denors.nates the Ne- (
; braska governor as a republican executive I
. who has" formed a most ocrdlai fnend-
sh.p with the democratic gnveraor of ,
i Texas. In the next paragraeu the Texas j
: paper says. j
"Despite their different poi.tical beliefs, j
the two governors spent nearly the entire :
day together. Political discussion between j
them was tabooed." Which wouid seem lo i
; indicate the Nebraska execuiiTe ia not a ;
j very enthuaiastlc booster of the permanent
. candidate of his party now sojourning a ,
brief spell in Lincoln. .
Goveniiir haiienberger is a. so q loted j
by the Texna paper aa saying things about ;
the value and merit of Nebraska soil he :
ha.f never given utterance to at home, in '
the fallowing declaration!
"I cannot -see why Texas lands should
not be more valuable than those of Ne-
; braska: vet land here not more than
i"" h.gh. Many Nebraska farmers. :
! of the CT'r' "Inters and the short
seasons, expect to come tj rxas to mae
their permanent homes."
Daklsaaa la SatrairtaeJ.
"Maybe the gieernor contemplates such
a move h.msell after next November."
said Mayor Dah.'man. when h:a attention
waa called to the boasting of Texas lands
"I came from Texas myself, but Ne-
i raeka has always looked so good to me j
I have never thought of going anywhere ;
else. I have understood the sovemor Is
interested in Texas lands, but it is sur- i
pring to find him knocking his own state. ;
,r ne js QU(ted correcUy. F g ires on pro-
ductlon ln s-bntiu. hardly iustift- suuh i
criticism as that. I ana sorry to see it." .
Gtvernor 5hajlenberger left Lincoln far i
his Texas visit a day or two before W. J.
Bryan was expected home from his South '
American trip. He is accompaa-ed. among ;
others, by Edgar Howard ot Coltrmbus.
Editor Metcalfe of Mr. Bryan s stajf. John
G. Maiier. who is boosting Texis lands.
and other close friends. The Texas paper j
ays the object of the trp is to make
preparations to settle a colony of Ne- I
braika farmers on 1S. J00 acre. 0f land !
which the governor and his friends have '
secured in Jackson and Matagorda coun- !
tits. Texas. The return trip is to be made
the end of tha week.
jCrop Damage is
C H i t -
Ezteat of Iajary. from Freeze Sot
Known - Till Weather
j According to the reports of the various
I raliroads tha recent coiil tpail was not S3
I sn'tra aa it eemaV isod ao maurlai dxm-
la eropa ha beea recid. The former
.... . ,
"f-' 'l vegetation, but th
of damage cannot be told
warm per.od visits the stat.
Dedicates Wew He
tke Factory Tw.
Blshcp John L. Nuejsen of Otnaha went
First Methodist Episcopal church, a newly
erected building. Th church Is a wooden
frame affair with a seating capacity of
about ISO people, and was erected at a
cost of about II. Of, but is considered of
i - -
far mora value to the peopi or tne town
tr.an a matter to o mesnsurea in uuiiars
The dedication services began at 11
ociock sunaay morning ano. were con-
ducted by the bishop. Ha was assisted by
Rev. William Gorat of Omaha, district
superintendent, and by th pastor, P-ev. i
G. C. Bonham.
. uo i - .
"And they continued steadfastly ln th
apo!e' doctrine and feUo-sbip, and in
breaking of bread, and ln prayer. Taking
each point of tha text separately, b said
that th church stands upon the firm
foundation found In th abovs message
of Christ. He sa.d that th church is th
agency through which Christ entered hu
man Ufa aad that those who corn to
church and hear th gospel will leave bet
ter prepared to meet th trials and temp
tations of Ufa.
"Fellowship with God," said th bishop,
"Is more than a partnership. It corre
sponds to. the nesrest and closest r-iation-srip
existing in life; It stands far that
which Is sweetest and purest, and for th
I treat truths of God. Fellowship means a
! enmm re'ationshin with Godi it la mir
p. but is greater
enter Into Christ's
Into ours, and w
which He has to
stands for fellowship
of men. and is not a religious ciuh, but
it is the center of influences which help
i to build up a community.
"Every wholesome activity which helps
to better conditions is quickened by th
ehurch. Th church Is interested ln ail
! uetioR which interest humantty. It
stands for puritv. righteouaneea. moral
."peaking of th breaking of bread, he
that this is an outward slam bv
which men proclaim to
proclaim to th world th
sTsntual mission of th church, and brings
men Into a fellowship with God. H said
that he likes to think of th ehurch aa
! D1r' Paying ehurch. aa by prayer man
gets a wider vision of llf and
world a God wishes him to se it.
LATE CITY BRIEFS
Ptgnt O-rwr 'WTn A fight over th !.
nv estate of Kainenn Keesnen has been
' W" W th.
, ':n' "n- L .ter of
I mhm Mr U 1 Rumbur "-
pit. Coin. The ar sisters of Mrs.
Keehen snd thev ar opposing th hus
band. Frank H. Keshen. Mrs. Keeahen
made on will, in which sh left her prop-
erry t her sisters and her sons, cutting off
husband. This waa destmyisd. It ia si
I hU "
eged, by Mr Keeeh.n In th presence nf
rife. Mra Keeehen then drew up an-
ui.ii-1 wni uu .."mi in. aiinc irnns, out ll
. . .
' " Propery witnesaaed. according o
' lam finding of Judge'Lesll tn amuntv court,
Mrs. E-orothy Baird and Mr Wil.iam
Penner were anamed by Rv. Char'.es W.
Savldg at his res dance Saturday .renin it
; at t They wer. accompanied by Mr. C. J.
O Brtro and Mra E- Fieid.
i - V'v
mm FEAST Of PASSOTER
; Jewish Festival of Freedom Begaa oa
i Saturday Eveaia0;.
! 2AB2I C0H2T TELLS SIGNIFICANCE
Patrlarrh. af tke Days f Israel's
Glory Held t Be Trae Faaaders
f tke Llkerty tkc Wrld
The celebration of th Jewish "Pesach."
or Feast of la Passover brian Sarardax
evenlna and wt?l continua elanx days. The
I -Pesach" comnvmorafs the deliverance of
th Jewish peopl from Egypt, and Is ce.e-
, tJtroustiioiit. the Jewish world as th
i atreat freedom festival of that race.
I The first public sen-tee was held Sun-
B j aay morning at. itmpia Linwi. wilii mi-
IT HAL9TOW f pressive ceremonies and a program of ex
j ceptlonally fine music, followed by an ad
f Tsrrska la i dress by Rabbi Conn on tha subject of
"Then the Lord said unto Moses, go in
unto PharaoL and tell him. thus salth the
Lord God of the Hebrews, 'let my people
go that they may serve me.' "
"It was this great step that Moses and
, Aaron took for the deliverance of the Jews
, t,at gave them their freedo
; L.ii c i.ic-iu i.irii ii rruuiii.
Wh,Ph ,.i ,1 WOnid have heen vain.'
t uQbj Cohn. "No nation
free unless it
can enjoy tha full principles cf freedom, are aiso brought on stage
No Individual is free unless he is free to
i ... The .hsence of lihertv l dewth- 11b-
I . , TVl. K e j. ;.
j oJdwst .napt.r, teaching of freedom, in the
history of mankind. The progress of free
dom is th heritage of all mankind. If
f r ven wor,d oniy th. Bjbi
i . . lh. h,,h. :lrv
would naT.-Dn eaough- but larae
j , ,
Ptrtarrfc Fsaacen of Llherty.
I n great reformation or Luuier reached
back to the spirit of freedom taught by
tha patriarchs, which was the true founda
tion of freedom. It waa from this same
fountain source of all human freedom that
j England granted her tolerance and male
j Englialimen free. It was from this an-
clent sourc of freedom, too. that the new
nation of the new world laid the founda-
tlona of its spirit of fr-edom. It waa the
spirit of liberty of th Old Testament that
established th law of human nelits. lib-
! ertv iustice and human. tv. Tiie Puritan
j pulpits resounded with texts frjm the Old '
"America, the grandest. nobst and most
fre of all nations of the world, is the
real incarnation of liberty f ir all mankind;
yet it is but th modi-rn expression of the
old Jewish spirit of freedom given by God
when ha baUs Pharoah 'let my people go.'
"Freedom and progress go together. It
is no accident that England and America
ar fr-. It is but th. evolution of the
history of freedom told in Exodus.
"Freedom Is becoming universal, except
i in th desTWrism of Russia. Th. time is
, not far distant when the civilised and free-
! a i- ,h ... - .
i ,u t.,.,a. r., .
Ing will b heeded, too. The time ia not far
away when Russia will be under a demo-
eratle form of government. , lhomm of m , Ind)a acott.sh towns j
"Ther is sn intellectual and r- lgious as ; and build'lnxs snd th marrymakmg carr.i
well as a political freedom. The sepsra- ' v8j scenes at Nice, ar particularly note- I
uon oi cnurcn ana .iai w.u yet D uni-
versal. because no one church or Individual
has a monopoly of all th world's wisdom,
"Freedom does not mean that one shall
do as he pleases. Restraint is rr.ora.ny.
j freedom and morality are the highest
j b" f ,m""k:"d-"
1 The of tha p"ovr omeume.
! known as th "Feast of Unleavened
Bread." Ther is also a family service.
j called the 'Sadr," held in tk Jewish
homes th. first or second morning of the
of tn "Pesach"
Th fjial celebration
will be next Fnday evening and Saturday
Th following marriage uevnar-a
Nam. and Residence.
Geirge biasrn. umana
May Houeir. Omajia
Oiarica E- Cuykendall. Fremcnt
leraadeli. O Lmnneiu Oma ia
Boln Joee-pn. "hevenna ,
For Store lighting
They enable any store to use
electric light at a cost which
is less than would have to be
paid for any other illuminant
on the market.
We Fiirnish MAZDA Lamps
to our central station custom
ers at very liberal terms. The
General Electric Company is
supplying us with the GE
MAZDA lamp in all sizes
suitable for all lighting needs.
Every merchant should look
into this question of more light
for his business. We have
several interesting propositions
& Power Co.
At the Theaters
TaaaeTiUe at tlae Orpaeaaa.
Vesta Victoria, much the funniest of the ,
mtisio hail comediennes w ho have come ,
across the water, is in Omaha again after
two years' absence. She returns every whit t
as amusing as before and a trifle Just a ;
trifle heaver, though far as yet from '
weighing into the class of several well- ,
known professionally funny American j
, Miss Vesta Victoria's fun-making Is of j
th artful atind. It is her expressiveness of j
face, of gesture and of pose which chiefly j
atams laughter for her. a. though her s
ly lu !
, n,?w atrd oioT. are not devoid of oomedy
, theraseiv-a. One of these Ln wnich she has
Cen n bTtorm. The Artist s Model.
S""ored her most popular offering yester-
. The bill
opens with a trapexe turn by
Mile. Emerie. who is a Charmion mmun ;
Charmion's incessant chatter. Mclatyre ;
and Groves, a repartee team of the con-
ventional kind, ar next and then comes j
Man kin. the contortionist, who deserves
credit for getting up a new scenic environ
ment each year. M.ss Victoria is next and
after her tne 3hields family give a sketch
in which the bead of the family is enabled
to do a protean performance. The World's
Comedy .Four, who sing really creditably
are sixth In order and a pretentious animal
j act clcses the bill. In tins Captain and
i Adeiina Gruber put a big elephant through
various tricks and some horses and ponies
"Tkc Glaisrer Glrla" at th Gayety.
They have a rood show at the Gaveiy
wea. one that really deserves the
title. This fact la largely, but not soie'y
due to the presence of Ed Wroth and
George Stone, who are real comedians and
who work with commendab'e seal to make
the evening as pleasant us possible for all
, In additton Mina Jeannette Sherwood. Mlsi
Jane LeBeau and Miss Bertie Brady snow j
why they are carried with the company, j
Mis Sherwood has a good voice and sings
very well. M.s LeBeau also adds a song ;
worth listening to. but her best work is ,
done In the second parr, in which she
enacts th role nf a French milliner, and j
loins with Wroth. Stone and Ward in a
1 ctl olt 0 burtewjue. Miss Brady is a
dancer of ability, and with Stone does the
best number on the bill; they are kept at
it until both are tired out. A good Juggling I
act la Tjut a '1 the vaudeville section,
And at the wind-ip the spectacle of a foot
bail same proves that the combanv is not i
devoid of nhvsicsl atrsrtinnw
"Htwf'a Travel Festival" at th Boyd j
No one who sees this week's pictures will '
challenge the assertion that here is the ;
last word ln cinematographic art, Movir.g j
pictures are presented of semes and incl- j
dr.ts in half a dozen diff-rent clitui-s. j
! with th spectator hurried from Scotland j
, to India, and thenc. to the Frazer river j
' canon, as quickly as on the mythical mafic J
i carpet cf th fairy tale.
The show is noteworthy, too. for the way ;
tha Illusion is heightened bv tonal mechan- :
; isms, as for Instance, the fanfara of
i trumpets when soldiers sre marching in '.
review, th dull rumbie of a railway train (
, when creasing a bridge, the choking roar
: of a tunnel, th barking of a dog when '
, such an animal interjects himself on the ;
Kfflp. Anonf tht ntnv far-r-iim nfmmm
' worthy, tiuaugh there ar many others and
'a plentiful sraltenng- of comic sruations
eV.raa." mm tm ra.
A ta.1 atten-iated pern. mostly slender
lines, bu'irii.g hr.w and wide eyes styled
"Vernon." a hypnotist, with a choice amy
of subjecta or possibly victims, is ner
tainlng Krug sudiences with an Inti-resting
series cf demonmrationa His work Is
innocently amusing snd burs th. appear-
! ar.c at least or realism. A numoer of
I1'-"1 convUirirg testa of the hypnotic
trance ar. reaiure ot tne entertainment.
Run Down ?
A-k doctor mil limit Agtr't Ssnapa.
mlU. EnttTmim frm jramu mlinkmi. A Mrwig
Ionic mnj mdlaattom. tnwrwT.
QtcT& Suction Cleaners
Easy to Carry
We, and eoo, hae seen Suction
Cesners that reqa re tws urer, j men
lo hft then
The "PEERLESS" is light
enough for V woman to carry up
It 11 s compact tog. that 11 rolT h
kept m anf convenient cupboard or
!( will last a hfetnee, never ret ant
f order and clean as perfectly years
hence as rt does today
It is the lightest, most perfect.
loueit pntd i jetton cleaner made.
'tirr Sn. irurf f feli itf mrmttt
Pf F fS5 4nlr t9l nm reywetl In
Maauacturvrs Owtlax Csmtpaay. Mfg
Casihsri Sstm. NM Yw
Tas Bnnt Compaay.
Orchard s Wilaalni Cajrpt Cav.
AS aoatslatiaa tar
it aol ma bus rtl:u. u htvaxa. i. a
mMr for dui i mt tt lnual Sing lar-ass Has
b. tan. U. reoMSy law Ul. ataaai
( nMltif ran. smm. m. air. nana is
atrnDglf aauSM. I. cawrritai m .
aurfa. wlia every bxemo. r-OMT a-l
vm-taat muaait. It M inw-uaoi. n
Tbo. at . Cmm-
nip live Ta.ii.Bcy
u Sni. IBBMBliai. iwuf
tmm Cmatftm lotlaMi
Cdluua lit ill. tairtM
aena poatai Caff mm
faae-f resale C.
iaU F'jIUi. rMrva,
Civea da- any snnahisr
junoua to keaiia InsaH an fooai
sraiilirg boat th at of
! 71,8 rpdlk. Milling corrrpany make. P-ld
! of Omaha Tour.
i And the bread vhat it makes peopi simply
, For it m.iit- hred delirious bread better
j and whiter,
jf your wife will us it. 'twill surely de-
I light her
! MERLE HOWARD.
N. 3h SC. Cty.
Ayer't SarsapanUa ia a tonic. It does
stimulate. It does not make yea
better one day, tnes as bad as rer
the next. There is nol a drop f alcohol
ia it. To have th steady, even (119
that comes frora a Strong Utlic. Aak
vour doctcr 11 shout this.
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