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Executive Mansion Scene of Festivity
in Honor of Occasion.
Adjataat Orwral llxrtlinn Makes
Prrseatatlon fprrcta Con t nl t
InK Ilia C hief on Happy Ole
brntloa of Annlrrraarr.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 21. (Sp.clnl.) Twenty
fire years ago Ashton C. Shallenbereor,
bank clerk, and Mins Kllza ZIlR were mar-
rlrd at Osceola. Tonight Oovernnr Aehton
f'olonel n. K. Marshall, Omalia.
Colnnel M. H. Murphy. South Omaha,
Colonel S. F. Nrble, Omaha.
Colonel Hohert tberfeliler, Sidney.
Colonel It. K. Pllier, Mlllerton.
Colonel J. 10. Hummers, Omaha.
Colonel Chnrlen Smrha. Mllllgan.
Colonel K. J. Khlnn, Heatrloe.
Colonel W. K. Straul), Lincoln.
Colonel J. (. Thompson, Alma.
Colonel I,. 1. Utterhack. Nebraska City.
Colonel W. K. Weber, Omaha.
Colonel K. M. Weatervelt, Omaha,
Colonel Conrad K. Hpens. Omaha.
Colonel M. L. laley. Kearney.
Colonel K. H. Cox, Hlalen.
Colonel J. J. Derlcht, Omaha.
Colonel I. C. Ileafev, Omaha.
Colonel H. W. K. Mclanlel, Omaha.
Colonel W. J. Fursc, Lincoln.
Colonel L. J. F. Jaeger, Crawford.
Colonel George Aohhy, Alma.
Colonel Z. T. r'aniel, KuBhvllle.
Colonel F. W. Brown, Jr., Lincoln.
Dr. Carr Reappolated.
Tr. E. Arthur Carr haa been re-appolnted
a member of the board of secretaries of the
Slate board of Health by Governor Shal-
C. f hallcnliei ger anil his five obaervrd that lenberger for a full term of four years. Dr.
event with a moat d'-llghtlul reception at Carr g-irt his first appointment for work he
which scores of their friends called and did In the late campaign, distinguishing
paid .their respect and danced and shared himself as a letter writer.
the happiness of the couple. formal Hoard Free to Act.
Th executive mansion was decorated rB(rlct Judge Frost has refused to con-
wlth southern smllax, ralms and cut flow- tnUe the injunction recently issued against
era and a beautiful bouquet of roses, the ttle stnle Normal board to prevent It from
girt of Borne admiring filendi. 1 locating the new normal school at Chadron
The guests arrived early and stayed lat. Tne temporary injunction was dissolved.
Cylonel V. J. Furse meeting them at the
dffor and Introducing them to Adjutant
Oflneral Hartlgan, who In turn presented
thfcm to the receiving line, consisting of
members of the governor's family, Gover
nor and Mrs. Shallenberger, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Khallenberger, Miss Grace Shallen
beiger and thtle Miss Dorothy Shallen
berger! After being presented the most
divided their time ovtween refreshments In
Kanleka Paroled.
Oovernor Shallenberger has paroled An
ton Kuplcka, who is serving a term In the
penitentiary for shootlnjr his step-father.
The prisoner is under 16 years of age and
It was alleged ho shotils step-father be
cause the latter had abused his mother.
.e bra ska ews Notes.
ALBION B. M. Roberts and Mrs. Rob-
the dining room and dancing and muHlc In erts were nearly asphyxiated yesterday be-
the ball room. cause or a looHe gas fixture.
j i .. i t ia John uinuerman recently pur
. U..,.K ,,. oo ... . rhrt farm Imn. . YVhiMn.v ml.e.
H T l . , TT 1 T .. 1 1 Hi. . .-tr.l I m" - .......
r. r. in.i .ins. r. m. ....n. 4 Huutheast or this city, paying l(JB per acre.
son and Mrs. HIIIh. assisted Dy Misses jiii- L'TICA Mrs. underbill, mother of Mrs
dred Holland, Ruth Heacock, Grace Lyford, Frank Cross, died at her daughter's home
Kula Hate. Grace Salsbury. Juno Brown. he ' t-aturday. blie was .1 years of
Myrna 8e,lgwlck and F.lla Schwakee. TTB.i-.K.,. ttx.. c.
Among me wn nr ......,. ... D , vl , Mmlih of this ctv
governor's staff from various parts of the were married here yesterday by Judge
state,' Mrs. Kate Foshe of London Mills,
111.: Mr. and Mrs. John M. Reagan of
Hastings; Mrs. F. M. Hoyer. Mlssottrl Val
ley; Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Irons, Omaha; Mr.
end Mrs. O. P. Shallenbergerr, Imperial;
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shallenbergf r. In
Mrs. Shallenberger was born In Wis
consin and Governor Shallenberger was
fiorn in Illinois. The two met while the
governor was slerklng In a bunk In tin
Polk county town and soon after their
marriage they removed to Alma in 1888.
Here they have had their home ever since,
Former Congressman Hoffecker Star
Soloist at Sunday School Meet.
Booker T. Waahlaarton Made a Mfe
Member of In Ion Cooler Heads
Prevent fterlons Difference
Among: Delegates.
WASHINGTON, May 24.-When former
Congressman Walter O. Hoffecker of Dela
ware, and the son of a former congressman
from same state, rose last night far back
in the great crowd that filled Convention
hall, where tonight's session of the World's
Sunday School convention was held, and
all by hltorelf sang "Traveling Home, Led
by Jesus I am Traveling Home," the
audience applauded so long and so lustily
that Mr. Hoffecker was compelled to go
to the front, mount the platform and sing
It again.
It was during a song service, led by
Charles M. Alexander, the singing evange
list, who sung the gospel story to Immense
audiences in all parts of the world, that
Mr. Hoffecker, when a volunteer was
called for, stood up off In a far corner of
the big hall and swept the audience off Its
feet with enthusiasm.
In the convention, when the color
line was drawn on the negro delegates.
were smoothed out today when Booker T.
Washington was made a life member of
the organliatlon and the necessary sub
scription of 11.000 was promptly pledged,
mostly by delegates from southern states.
A white delegate from Kentucky nomi
nated Mr. Washington, saying: "We may
all have our own Ideas of hew the negro
problem Is to be worked out, but we owe
It as a tribute to the Christian negroes ef
the world to make Mr. Washington a life
TKCUMSEH Charles Williams, a farmer
living north of this city, waa very severely
injured yeaterday by being kicked in the
(ace by a mule,
KHA THICK Nicholas Hentges, for the
last thirty years a resident of Gage county
died at his home eight miles northeast
of town, aged btf years. He Is survived
by his wife and, eight children.
BEATRICE The Beatrice Commercial
club held Its regular weekly noonday
lunch, at which arrangements were made
for entertaining the St. Joseph Commercial
club, which remains . in Beatrice Friday
EXETER Sunday at the Methodist
the governor being engagd In banking and Episcopal church the baccalaureate address
m .. 71Gueh uco ,. i61,C. coUa to 'he "l'"' of l10 of tna Kxeter High
, . . . school was delivered by Rev. John Croker
bioch raising. of tlle congregational church. These are
Gift of Cheat of Silver. ten graduates in the class.
Mmbera of the governor's staff pre- BEATRICE Gage lodge No. 16L Fra-
,ented the. couple with a beautiful chest t""?' u,nl" of America held an open
. . - . . j, . . , meeting last evening at which a fine llter-
of silver, 172 pieces, Adjutant General ary allJ musical program was given. F.
llartigan making the presentation speech, F. Roose, supreme president of the order,
whi.jh was responded to very feelingly by present and addressed the meeting.
AUBURN A remonstrance is about to
be filed with proper authorities, against
Frederick Peters, to whom a license to
run a saloon waa granted by the council
two weeks ago. It Is charged that Peters
sold liquor to habitual drunkards and also
to minors.
BEAVER CITY The June term of dis
trict court will convene here next Tuesday,
with Judge R. C. Orr of McCook, presiding.
There are fifty-eight cases on the docket
and of these eleven are divorces. No Jury
la called for this term and the session will
last about two days.
SCOTIA The graduating exercise of
the class of 1D10 Scotia High school were
held In Daudt's opera house, the following
receiving diplomas: Miss Martha Leckey,
Miss Altha Lyman and MJss Susie Sautter.
Prof, Venner of the Grand Island Baptist
college delivered the address. '
BEATRICE City Saturday night the Ma
sonic lodge elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: J. D. Phillips, W. M.;
Dr. C. C. Copeland, S. W.; W. H. Marton,
Pes Moines Savings M w-: J- E- Axtoll. treasurer; F. N. Merwln.
be held on the evening of June 18.
FAIRMONT On Saturday night robbers
forced an entrance Into R. G. Hall's hard
ware store and carried of a number of
razors, knives and revolvers. They gained
admittance by prying off the lock on the
front door, with a pick which they secured
at the Burlington & Missouri section house.
No clue to the robbers has been found.
BEATRICE Beatrice lodge No. 28, An
cient Free and Accepted Masons, held a
meeting lost evening and elected these
officers: W. W. Wright, worshipful mas
ter; Frank Beers, senior warden; U. 8.
Kaynor, Junior warden; John N. Anderson,
unit Li. ripeuman, secretary.
the executive. , Those who gave the silver
were the following:
General J. C. Haftlgan, Lincoln.
Colonel Allen P. Falconer, Omaha.
Colonel Albert-D. Fetterman, Omaha.
Colonel WlllidWi Mitchell. Alliance.
Colonel A. P. FltZHlmmona, Tecumseh,
coionej x. c nyrne, Omaha.
Colonel E. P. Berryman, Omaha.
Colonel Parris Cooper,, Crawford.
Colonel Charles Fanning, Omaha.
Colonel D. J. Gates, Albion.
Colonel E. W. Oetten. Omaha.
Colonel H. J. Hill. Lincoln.
Colonel J. H. Kelley, Gothenburg.
Colonel J. C. Martin, South Omaha.
Colonel F. J... AlcShane, Omaha.
Mr. H. 8. Outler
of Des Moines
Bank Says The Meal Three
Dajr Drink Habit Cure
Makes A Man Ills
Own ItoHS.
"To Whom It May Concern:
"I had conciuuea mat wnisKey had a
friend of mine for keeps, but since, he
took the Neal Three .Day Drink Habit
Cure he Is his own boss.
.- lly 8. BUTLER.
, The Neal 1s ah internal treatment that
Is given In SO drop doses, no hypodermic treasurer
injections, mat errects a perrect cure of AUT-URN Auburn's city council Is still
the drink, habit in three days, at the up in the air regarding the water works.
Institute or in the home. an(1 the uPP'y of water. There is S50.000
,. . worth of mains, water and sewer, and
Ao lure, Ao I ajr nothing running through them, and the
It is the moral duty which every drink- time for the completion of the contract
Ing man, his relatives, friends or ac- lo"K When once the Job Is finished. nw- v, i ., however, there will be a harvest for the
" ' ,..,., c.u pumbers,
L ' 7 7 ' AUBURN-Mlss Patience Matthews of
am usuuw . toaay ior iree copies or this city returned Friday last from a year
guaranteed Bond and Contract given to of study and travel in Germany. Miss
all patients, as to the permanency of the Matthews was the teacher of Latin and
. ... German in the high school at Plattsmouth
cure, oooKiei, rererences to banks, and for four years, and has been perfecting
prominent men, relative to the merits of her German at Koenlgsburg and Berlin,
(he cure, financial standing and Derson- A 88(1 feature of her home coming was the
Officer Chosen.
Officers of the association for the ensu
Ing three years were elected tonight, as
follows: President, Dr. George W. VBailey
Phi adelphia vice presidents, Sir John
Kirk, Kngland; Justice J. J. McLaren,
Canada; Bishop J. C. Hartxell, Africa; W.
N. Hartshorn, Beston, and It. W. Flitchley,
India; honorary vice presidents, the Ven
erable Archdeacon of London, Rev. Dr. J.
Monroe Gibson; Right Hon; Lord Kinnard
and W. H. Groser of Great Britain; John
W. Foster, former secretary of state; John
Wanamaker, Rev. Dr. H. H. Bell and W,
A. Wilson of the United States; Rev. R.
I. Rexfoid. of Canada, Rev. J. C. Lehman,
Germany; Prince Bernadotte, North
Europe; Bishop William Burt, Europe
Baron Uxkull, Russia; Dr. Ibuka, Japan;
Rev. Dr. S. A. Moffett, Korea; Rev, John
Mackenzie, New Zealand, and H. Llpson,
Hancock, Australia; Joint secretaries,
Marion Lawrence, for the United States,
and Rev. Carey Bonner for England; stat
- istlcal secretaries, Geiirge Shlpway for
England, and Hugh Cork for the United
States, and Joint General Treasurers F. A.
Wells, Chicago, for the United States, and
Sir George White for England. E. K.
Warren of Three Oakes, Mich., a former
president of the association, was made
chairman of the executive committee.
A large Mexican flag, sent to the con
vention by the Sunday School association
of Mexico, was unfolded tonight and draped
over the front of the speakers' stand by the
side of the stars and stripes.
Bishop Hartzell of Africa spoke on "The
Moslem Peril In Africa," declaring that
"Christian churches had come to realize
that In the conversion of the Mohamme
dans' world, the church faces the supreme
crisis of its history.
At the afternoon session there was a "roll
call of nationB," delegates from all parts
of the world speaking briefly of the work in
their countries.
The race question was bobbed up fre
quently in the convention, but the cooler
beads succeeded In keeping It off the floor
of the convention. A great many of the
delegates who came from outside the Dis
trict of Columbia criticized the local com
mittee for its action.
Race Question.
The fact Is, however, the negroes were
not' directly 'btirre4f "tfom the floor of the
convention. The District of Columbia Sun
day School association, in picking its dele
gation filled it with white men and women,
claiming that the negro Sunday schools In
the district were not members of the as
This action appeared to keep the local
negroes off the floor, as delegates though,
they were not refused admission to the ses
sions, but the feeling was intensified when
the negro would-be delegates went as spec
tators and saw, seated with credentials,
negroes from the West Indies, East Africa
and In some rare instances, from other
stales in the union. The negro Sunday
school at Chester, Pa., for instance, had a
delegate seated.
Tomorrow will be the last day of tji e con
vention proper, although it will be followed
by two days of meetings for workers.
A place of meeting for the world's con
vention will probably be chosen tomorrow,
although it has been decided that the Na
tional Sunday School association commit
tee comprised of the Sunday schools of the
United States and Great Britain will meet
In San Francisco in 1911.
All the wrinkles which were formed
Practical Tests
Again Are Factors
Graduates of Medical Schools Taking
Examination Before State
Board of Health.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., May 24. (Special.)
Graduates of medical schools are taking
examination before the board of secretaries
of State Board of Health yesterday, there
being about forty students present
The practical tests are again a factor In
the examination, as each applicant must.
together with passing In eight written
subjects, also take practical tests in six
subjects. The secretary. Dr. E. Arthur
Carr, has Improvised four laboratories,
with the full equipment to fully test each
and every applicant In the several branches
and personally conducts the tests in the
chemical laboratory, such as poison, tests
for poison, etc. All physical diagnosis In
which patients suffering from certain ail
ments are personally examined by each
applicant and their ailments diagnosed.
Dr. Clifford P. Hall Is giving the tests in
pathology and bacteriology. In this labor
atory, the student is required to discover
the different bacteria or germs with the
microscope. Also test tissue, such as lung
tissue that is inflicted with tuberculosis.
Dr. H. B. Cummins of Seward, vice presi
dent of the board, conducts the practical
tests In simple refraction. Each appli
cant Is required to be able to intelligently
recognize refractive errors in sight. Dr. A.
L. Muirhead of Omaha Is giving the testa
in the historical laboratory. Each appli
cant is required to recognize certain tis
sues of the body under the microscope.
The following are those taking the exam
ination: ,
. nel of the company. Address
1 1 The Neal Cure
Institute. O. B. 1B02 So. 10th Street.
Omaha, Veb also Des Moines, Daven-
, port and Sioux City, Iowa.
If you see it iu our ad it's so
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death of her sister, Pearl, the week be
fore her arrival.
PIERCE The commenceent exercises
of the Pierce High school took place at the
opera house Friday night. Dean Fulmer
of the Wesleyan university of Lincoln,
delivering the class address. The grad
uates this year consisted of three girls and
three ooys: ignore iierert, iena Hub
ble, Blanche Mendenhail, Ben luhelder,
Charles Chllvers and Harold B. Boyce.
The class honors were captured by young
BEAVER CITY The graduating exercises
of the Beaver High school will be held
r rlday, June 3. ,Stnte Superintendent J. L.
McHrien will deliver the address. The fol
lowing are the graduates: Florence At-
wood, Lulu Baer, Helen Blackmail, Ina
Bonham, Clarence Davis, Elizabeth lie vine,
Alalcom Mall, Harry Hester, Myrtle Keeley
Oretta Lomax, Donald Lutton, Madallne
McDonald. Gertrude Manly, Pansy Morse,
Myra Poole, McDonald Ryan. Hazel Shue,
Lottie VVlutescell and Ward xoung.
AUBURN Rev. Q. A. Chapman, who
for the past nine montha haa been the
pastor of the Christian church of this city,
departed today with his family lor Kin id
Okl., where Elder Chapman will , assume
the duties of financial secretary of the
Christian university of Oklahoma. Mr
Chapman Is making the trip in hs auto
mobile, taking his famly overland wth,
him . The departure will in no way inter
fere with the progress of the proposition
to erect this summer the new fL'O.OOO church
which has been in- contemplation so long.
AUBURN The Auburn Agricultural
company having large land holdings In
the Sevier valley near Burtner, Utah, Is
hard hit by the washing out of the great
dam recently. This dam was especially
for diverting water supply to the holdings
or this company ana one similar from
Falrbury. Neb. The agricultural company
sent 8. P. Farmer from this vicinity to
superintend their development, and al
ready they had several hundred acres of
wheat In and up. All this Is lost, being
leri nign ana ary. ine, aam will De re
placed by the contracting company and
the damages borne In a measure at least
by them, but the delight of a bumper
wheat crop Is delayed at least a year for
the Auburn speculators.
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cut wuvwu a,ilMt,li.
Dynamite Wrecks Balldlags
as completely as coughs and colds wreck
lungs. Cure them quick with Dr. King's
New Discovery. 60c and $1.00. For sale by
Boaton Drug Co.
roier Kianer rim contain In concen
trated form Ingredient of etsabliahed ther-
speutlo value for the relief and cure of all
kidney and oiaaacr ailments.
N external application u equal to Cham.
bcrlaln s unimaiii ior sore muscles or
swollen joints.
When you want what you want when
Charles Alven Gardner, Chicago, HI.
William Sandusky, Pleasantdale, Neb.
Lloyd Leslie Nelson, Omaha. Neb.
Timothy Francis McCarthy, Alma, Neb.
imnlJ V,.,, ti. Col llln
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Alphonse Regis Des Jardlen, Lincoln, Neb.
James Frank Clgafoos, Council Bluffs, la.
f enny r ennyson Harris, Omaha, Neb,
James Carroll Patterson, Omaha, Neb.
Wendell H. Priest, Havelock, Neb.
Felix John Scheffler, Council Bluffs, la.
Amesbury Lee, Beatrice, Neb.
William John Schneider, Omaha, Neb.
Justice Edgar Olson, Lexington, Neb.
Thomas Vincent Golden, Creston, Ia.
James W. Thomas, Memphis, Neb.
Samuel August Swenson, Oakland, Neb.
Clinton Qulncy Dodd, Newport, Neb.
Walter Franklin Schmaltz, Lincoln, Neb,
James Burns Anderson. Arcadia. Neb.
George Dexter Hoschouer. Lincoln, Neb.
Koy A. Alexandra, Bnstow, Neh,
Charles Herbert Atwood. Creston. la-
Arthur Paul Maloney, Council Bluffs, la
Bernard Vincent McDermott, Council
Bluffs, Ia.
William Nance Anderson, Osceola, Neb.
Warren Yoder i Thompson. West Point.
Neb. ,
Frank Lawrence Baker, Bladen, Neb.
Edgar Geoffrey Barnhard. Omaha. Neb,
John Stephen McAtee, Council Bluffs, Ia.
Harry itaymond can eon, Oman a. Neb.
Lester Clyde HUsabeck, Omaha, Neb.
Irving Samuel Cutter, Lincoln, Neb.
Francis Patrick. Cawley.j Omaha, Neb.
Claude Powell Fordvce.' Lincoln. Neb.
William Aloyslus Delaney, Lincoln, Neb.
Meyer Harris Newman, Omaha, Neb,
William Wlndle Davis,. Omaha, Neb,
Leroy R. Jones. Cheyenne. Wyo.
Edmond Francis Shonahan, Chardan, Ia.
Roland Kay Heed, Randolph, Net.
Eugene Miles Ryman. Omaha. Neb.
Harold Edward Kellogg. Madison, S. D.
Ludwlg Francis Lubley. Hartlngton, Neb.
Frank Waldo Bcott, omana, Neo.
John Paul Rosenwald, Madison, Minn.'
Charles Roy Stewart, Omaha, Neb.
Saulre Oliver Harris. Gresham. Neb.
Harry Weber McFadden, Clay Center,
Nathan Hall Blakely. Omaha. Neb.
Robert James Stearns, Omaha, Neb.
Marrlon Sunsarl Lombard. Omaha, Neb,
Bryan Robert Simpson, Lincoln, Neb.
Charles Herman DeWltt, Glenwood, Is. .
Glen W. Rosborough, Seward, Neb.
Edward Benson Seasongood, Omaha, Neb.
James Clyde Waddell, Pawnee City, Neb.
Lucius Gould Wright, Mason City, Neb.
Joseph B. Schrock. Lincoln, Neb.
Daniel Charles O'Connor, O'Nell, Neb.
The following list are doctors from out
of th state, who appeared before the board
for registration In Nebraska on reciprocity
from the several states:
Perry French Marks, West Virginia.
Charles Albert Boyd, Minnesota.
Forest Lee Parsons, Wisconsin.
Alva Rufus Hall, Wisconsin.
Arthur Alvln Martin, Illinois.
Hiram Adelbert Green, Missouri.
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