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IHi, liKE: OMAHA. TlMUl, JAM U Ait Y 16, 1912.
C01TY SCHOOL HEADS MEET
Annual Session of Superintendents
HSUS HAVE TWO MAJOBITY
Stale Saaerlateaaeat Delsele aaa
Otaer Seaaal Officers Talk aa
Teplea af AamleUtratlea
Plaaecra ta react.
(From a Staff Correspondent.) v
LINCOLN, Jan. li (Special Telesram.)
Fifty county superintendent of public
Instruction answered to roll call In the
senate chamber today when the conven
tion was called to order. Just half of
the number were women, but later a
coup! more men came In and (are them
a majority. It la said there la one more
woman than mala superintendent In the
State Superintendent Del sell presided.
G. A. Ornery, Inspector of the normal
departments In high schools, and C. M.
Penney, examiner of certificates, each
spoke on the work of his respective de
partment. At the evening session R. I. Elliott
spoke on "Non-Accredited 8choola"
The sessions will continue tomorrow and
conclude tomorrow night with a banquet
to the teachers who have been employed
In the state for more than twenty years.
- Salary of t'aaaty Clerks.
In response to a query from the county
attorney of Red Willow county the at
torney general has given an opinion on
the law regulating the salary of county
clerks. He holds that In counties of more
than J5,0U Inhabitants salaries and ex
penses of the office may be paid out of
the general fund If the fees are not suffi
cient, but that where the population of
the county la less than 2a. 000 the salary
of the clerk and his deputies must be
paid out of free and If the Income of the
office Is Insufficient to make the allow
ance of the county board there Is no legal
A Clear Skin,
hands and good
hair a . f physical
assets of great
value. 'No one
can afford to
. neglect them.
Cuticura Soap and Oint-
v ment do more for pim-
pics, blackheads, red,
) trough and!; oily kin,-t:;
? 'itching,- scaly scalps, '
ary, mm ana railing
hair, charmed hands
and shapeless nails,
than all other emol-
SoM wtMm ' Suaple of ex fa ,
amm wwn, uvea, an.
OsUcan Sow Hearts stMe,
That Makaslht Baking Batter
Paaeras are almost Imsnssltas wttk
W. ass that R wfll give roa bettar
Wekexa that ttwOt be Bon evealy
Ami we ka.w that Calamet Is mora
economical. Swtfc ia its vae aod oat.
w. kaew tlies tbiets aacai.sa we
lurre pat tbe quality iiiio It we have
ami It trird out ia every way- "
eewl now la miiioBs ot nome. aaa its
aahs are tmwtnr dally. It is the
aaoders baking powoer.
Hare yoa tried iff
Oleum Mcbeet hi eua-'lty
xxfe.au la price.
Reeled HiiUt Award
K Baking po
way of paying the difference out of the
Piper Bark frwsa Beatrice.
J. A. Piper has returned from a visit
to the Feeble Minded Institute at Bea
trice. While he U confident the epidemic
of U phold lever Is at an end he deems
it Inadvisable to send any mora to thai
institution until the' repairs now being
made to tbe plumbing and beating plant
are completed. Thliijji is being de-
laytq greatly by the cold weather. There
are now thirty or mora applicants on the
waiting list. There are Sit male and 223
John F. Treat of Fargo, N. D.. impe
rial potentate of the Mystic Shrine, was
the guest at luncheon today at' the Com
mercial club of his fellow Shrlners. He
Is en route to Los Angeles.
W radius; ta Dented.
Because a brotner i.ait nhiiiiuul
guardianship papers giving Mm control
over Timothy Hoxle of University Place,
Hoxle's marriage to Miss Edith Finney
of Kansas City was postponed today, the
brother forbidding the Issuance of the
mama, license. Me was appointed
guardian on representation that Timothy
Hoxia was spending his patrimony Uke
a Coal Oil Johnny. This la the second
time the desire of the young people to
wed has been interfered with, the first
time being at Coffeyvllle, Kan.
tseorge V. Perkins. ffkrmerlv Mrtiu.
In the banking house of J. P. Mnmn a
Co., has tentatively accepted an Invita
tion to acinar the principal address at
tbe annual bamuet of the Lincoln Com.
An Old-fashioned revival mtlnr I Ha-
ing planned by the Uncnln Miniataroi
association for some time In the near
Farmers in the viclnltv nt Firth ,
Hickman report about sixty horses nave
aiea In that vldnltv from a r..n
ease, the symptoms of which resemble
oco ween poisoning.
Building Inspector Wlthnall of Omelu
today asked th asupreme court to reverse
ine aurcnet Co art of Douglas county,
which decreed that J. H. Krlttanbrlnk
eouia erect a brick kiln within the city
limits of Omaha.
Judge Stewart In the district court In
tne case or Minnie Warner Metier against
Isabel!. R. Warner that tea tMn
entitled to a Ufa Interest In one-third of
tne neoraaka property left by her late
husband, former oCnsreaamaii wnr
Gaveraar Xaaaea Delegates.
The governor's cfflca wee kuiv t.
sending out credentials to more than 100
persons named aa ledegatea to the con
vention Of Charities and Correction
which meets In Omaha January 28 to 30.
mate fcn-nneer Price has advertised fnr
bids for two concrete brldeee over th.
Platte river In Morrill county. One Is to
be at Bridgeport and the other at Bayard.
BChOOl district No. . In which the Inn
Big Springs Is located, has voted IMOO
ia sen oi Donas ana- tsen to the auditor
to be registered. The Union p.-in ..
filed a protest against such action, baa
ing the protest on the statement that the
district does not contain the numw i
children of school age which tha law
provides it must have before lssulna thai
amount of bonds. There la no oueetioi.
of the. amount being within the limit.
based on the value of taxable nronanv
The last report ot the eountv aunerin.
tendent on whloh the 'district receives Its
apportionment of tha temporary school
fund shows there are alitv.fiMir imI
children In tbe district, while the law
specinea there must be 100 or mora to
Issue fc.OOt In bonds. Attached to tha his
tory of the bonds, however. Is aa affi
davit ot the members of the school board
that an actual count of the children
shows 10), or weU over tha limit The
question Is raised whether this affidavit
or the return of the county superintend''
ent governs. The assessed value of the
district Is KM.SU, of which Ki.fM Is the
property of the Union Pacific.
State Treasurer George announces that
the latter part of tha week he will ktaue
a call tor 1,000 more of tbe outstanding
general fund warrants. This will take up
about half of the amount now outstand
laatraetloaa ta Gaarda.
The adjutant general's office baa Issued
a circular to officers of the- National
Guard, Instructing them minutely how to
proceed In case tha guard should
called Into active service by tha federal
government. Among other requirements
la that the various companies shall as
semble at the homo station and If they
are not up to the war footing shall Im
mediately be recruited op to that stand
ard. Tha mobilisation point Is designated
as tha state fair ground la Lincoln, In
case the season ot year Parnate outdoor
camping. If eondltlona prevent this, the
mobilisation order will deslgnata
place. If the troops are mobilised for
1st. purposes they will assemble with
such members are then attached to the
Lawyers for Rogers
Seeking New Trial
FREMONT, Neb., Jan. l5.-Speclal
Te!egramj The attorneys for the de
fense In the caae of Louis Rogers, who
as sentenced to twelve years In the
penitentiary for the murder of an Infant
child of which he was the father, last
week, filed an aplicatlon In the district
court today to set aside tbe order of
th court denying tha motion for a new
trial. The motion ia supported bv affi
davit! of a sensational nature, which the
defense claims show that the child In
question was born In Omaha and that
the defendant was not the cause of Its
The motion la made on the ground of
newly acquired evidence. The mo 'ton
will be brought up aa soon as practicable
County Attorney Cook la ot the opinion
that the newly discovered evidence Is In
sufficient to set aside the order.
CASE AGAINST BLUE HILL
. DOCTOR MAY BE POSTPONED
HASTINGS, Neb.. Jan. 1S.-t8pecial.V-It
Is expected that the case of Dr. Phillip
H. Bartholomew ot Bluo Hill, charged
with assaulting Mies Harriett Elaine
Hyatt In this city last January, will b
continued when called for trial In the
district court tomorrow. Miss Hyatt, the
state's star witness, mysterlonsly dltap
peered some three weeks ago and efforts
to locate her have been unavailing.
A relative ot Miss Hyatt recently urged
tha county attorney to settle the 'case
without a trial, an offer being made to
nay the costs If Miss Hyatt could be
spared the ordeal of testifying. The
county attorney declined to entertain the
offer and he has Instructed the sheriff
to spare no effort In tha search for the
.CHURCH FREE OF DEBT
HA8TIN0S, Neb., Jan. 15. (Hpeclal.
Entirely free of debt, the new house ot
worship of the First Presbyterian church
was dedicated Sunday afternoon. The
building cost approximately M,MM, and
with the organ and some equipment yet
to be Installed will represent an Invest
ment of about aSO.000. The building Is
said to be the finest poeerssed by the
Presbyterian denomination between Dea
Moines and Denver.' It takes the place
of the building destroyed by fire on
September , 1M0, and Is the third church
erected by the congregation here.
Madison County is
MADISON. Neb., Jan. II Bpeela .)-
Tha Board of Coun'y Cowmlsstonora fin
ished checking up the outgoing officials
Friday. W. H. Field, clerk of the dis
trict court reported teas received for the
year CUteSt there being aa excess ot
iUL over his salary of tlvM Superin
tendent House! reported .a.a In the in
stitute fund. His salary Is fixed at fl.fn.
County Cltrk M:Farland received In
fees tZ.M0.st. His salary la SUM. & C.
Black man, register of deed a, received fees
since Juno L 15 O. of CXa.Oe. Hla salary
la AUAU. County Judge Bates received aa
tees A1M.M and his salary Is SLMl
County Treasurer F. A. Petenoa re
ceived fees to tha amount ot KaeVM, hla
salary being RWo. Snerift C 8. Smith
reported teas received to the amount of
aW.afc His salary la tUlas. Tha county
clerk, register of deeds aad county treaa
orar are altowed deputies woo receive
m. tana ot el, Aw earn. All excess ' n
were duly aeounteu tor ta tha eomaaia-
sii"" county at In a prosperous
aUa linaix-ia.tr. - it . aoes not oi
ukM of eouueu imoPtoasa, aa a ttU4ie
or aa tuecuicta. jl nij saml nunuier-ut
Its school amulet, aie et carryina
email uuutmM uaejtuaoa. . its ileai.
UM.9Vetktatm fat ce-ititei hy re.e..u
aa.nu.ia vu .euoa-y 4 Jui, wa a i -
Me. couiy aeuacai luna, ,.,
uadge fuad, I l.fl roaa tuna, iiu,.,
linuk-f laa fraaa rasas Uty.
atas.TKM.-aV f--. U. CH-Tf-
Toe iiceuiloa iuaa acaaol . seacei aeui
tram iaet evening won irota taa Fall
Ca team by the score of 10 to Is. Tbe
Falia City guia lean deteaied the
beatrlca girls by the score of to to L
BELLEVUE COLLEGE NOTES
Baal J. Fawler Elected Preeldeat af
State peace Oratorical Aa
eeclatlea. KtE?T.f .tr.Vl'Sl Keh Jen. 15. (Rneclal.U.
R.I I ui fw.1 1... V. . . Wfi hnnnrjMl hv
the other colleges of tha state In the
matter of being asked to choose a presl
d.ni Af th Rtata Interenlleeiate Peace
Oratorical association, which was or
ganised a year ago for the purpose ot
promoting the discussion of universal
peace among the colleges of tha state.
The contest held In Omaha last year was
won by O. L. Rica of Bellevue against
representatives from Cretghlon, Wea-
leyan, York and Hastings, ana . tnus
Bellevue hex' earned the right to elect the
president of the association for the com
ing year. Earl J. Fowler, a senior, was
unenlmoualv elected for the office. The
contest will be held In Bsllevue this year.
Arrangements are pending with Tarkto
college, in Missouri, whereby a dual de
bate will be held between Tarklo and
Bellevue this winter on tha subject,
nnivMl That all ludgea other than
federal judges should be subject to the
recall. " Bellevue ia to debate this same
question In February against Doane and
The basket ball team has suffered se
verely In the loss of Walter Webb, who
he been forced to leave school on ac
count of trouble with his eyes. Webb was
a star guard on the foot ball team and
tha basket ball five. The supporters of
It Is 'the duty of every expectant
mother to prepare her system or the
coming ot her little one ; to avoid as
far as possible the suffering of such
occasions, and endeavor to pass
through the crisis with her health
And -.txengta unimpaired. This she
may 1o throngh the nse of Mother's
Friend, remedj' that has been so
long in use, and accomplished so
much good, thai, it is -n nt scsne an
experiment, but preps -ation which
uway produces iliN. best results. It
is for exernal application and so pen
etrating' in its nature as to thoroughly
lubricate every muscle, nerve and ten
don involved during the period before
baby comes. It aids nature by ex
panding the sain and tissues, relieves
tenderness and soreness, and perfectly
prepares the system for natural and
safe motherhood. Mother's Friend
has been used and erdorsed by thou
sands of mothers, and its nse will
prove a comfort and a benefit to any
woman in need of such a remedy.
Mother's Friend ,
XT $S 10THER$
expectant moth- FHlLflD
era, which con
tains much valuable information.
BtADnELDiECUUTORCa. Aim Ca.
the Indoor sport are highly pleased with
the showing mad against Crelghton Sat
NEWS NOTES FROM ALLIANCE
Paetoffie Made Depository for Sev
eral Poatal Baaka Ceaaell Or
der. Aate Fire Track.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Jan. !.-SpeclaI.)
The Alliance poatal saving depository
has been made a general depository for
all the smaller depositories In north
western Nebraska. Postmasters at
Bridgeport, Crawford, Mitchell, Morrill
and Harrison will make dally remit
tances ot their deposits to Postmaster
Tash here, who will deposit such funds
in the Alliance National bank. Th de
posits in the Alliance poatofflc since
May 1. 1U1. age-regst ,3U.
The city council at a special meeting
Friday evening voted to buy an auto
mobile fir truck to ost H0. Th
machine la to b delivered In - thro
The, board of directors of th Alliance
Creamery and Produce company held Its
annual meeting Saturday. During the
year lll a total of 4M.9W pounds of
butter waa manufactured, which Is an
Increase of (over 100,000 pounds over 1910,
the disbursements of tha company In
cream reaching th amount of $W),00.
Lyoaa llaa laeabatar Baby.
LYONS, Neb., Jan. !l-8peelal.-An
Incubator baby Is now th talk of the
town. It Is the week old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry White and weighs
three and a half pounds. Th frailty ot
the little one when born was tha cause
of th employment of an expert nurse.
who at oncv decided that It must be
placed in an Incubator, which aha and
other women proceeded to mak at one
out of pasteboard and other materials,
heated by hot water bags and furnished
with a thermometer to register the tem
perature. Mr. White Is the Junior mem
ber of th Whit Investment company.
Dempster Employes Baaqaet,
' BEATRICE. Neb., Jan. lt.-ncial.
The annual banquet of th Dempster Mill
Manufacturing company waa held at the
Paddock hotel last evening, and there
were about 100 In attendance. J. W.
Burgees, treasurer of the company, of
ficiated aa toastmaster and ths following
ere called on for addresses; A. If.
Kidd. H. L. Dempster. Samuel Rlnaksr.
E. M. Marvin, C. B. Dempster, R H.
Yale,, A. U Gale ot Omaha. W. Z.
Warner, J. E. Klnfrock and Iter. D. L.
Keep Books, Says
Expert on Soil
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. IIL -(Special.) Prof.
Pugsley of the slat farm, la an address
today before the Corn Growers' associa
tion, severely criticised th farmers as a
class for their unbusinesslike RHtluMa
Among other things he said that few
farmers kept anything like an adequate
set of books and (till leas of tuem ever
look an Inventory to know Just how r. ten
they had on the farm. Very tew of tnem,
he a u. had any adequate idea how much
It cost them to produce any given crop,
and consruuinily they had only a hasy
idea of whether or not It waa profitable.
No other business In the world, he said.
could surviv such methods. From his
experience he asserted that farmers do
not make more than S per cent on their
investment. He outlined a practical sys
tem of bookkeeping for the farm which
would not require too much Urn and wu
not too complicated for any man ot aver
Following ihi address several tanners
present spoko on the same subject. Thoae
who had tried the experiment ot keeping
books said tha result waa a aurprla to
them, aa It demonstrated they were not
making so much on their Investment aa
they had supposed.
The meeting opened shortly after t
o'clock In the stock pavilion at the state
farm, the attendanc being entailer than
expected on account ot the cold weather,
too many farmer fearing to leave their
stock under existing eondltlona Howard
Uramllch spoke on "The One Hundred
and Sixty Acre Farm aa a Business.
His Investigation led him to the con
elusion that th profit In 11 ot about
titty farmers ranged from 1 to M per
cent. While business methods were not
always of the best aa a rule the farmer
had a "pretty good head." He criticised
farmers for not raising more alfalfa.
which was ths most profitable crop.
During the afternoon session, which
was called to order shortly after 1 p. m
papers war reed on various subjects Per
taining to farming. T. A. Klesaelbach,
secretary of the association, read a paper
on -The Present Status of Corn Breed
ing In Investigations " A report of the
"high yielding ear contest" waa read by
R. A. Miller ot Greenwood. Frank Swan-
son of Osceola had a paper on "Corn
Breetllug on the Farm." Krwln Hopt of
the Nebraska experiment station reported
on the "Ensllem Contest," and J, R.
Van Boskirk ot Alliance spoke on
"County Demonstration Farms."
There waa a banquet at th Llndell tonight.
home In this city, aged S years. De
ceased waa a da'uthter of Mr. and Mrs
Christ Keetle. The funeral wlU be bekl
Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock.
Firemen Gains to Convention.
LSONS. Neb.. Jan. 16. -(Special. -The
delegate from Lyons to attend the State
Firemen's convention to be held this
aeek at Kearney, are Chief of Fire De
partment Eugene Everett. OUee devclaa i
and Howard lleintselman. Mr. Clevelan '
will be accompanied by bis wife, whose
parent live near Kearney.
In.rniiitrr Gnltty af Embesslemeat.
FURRIKT. Neb. Jan. li. (8rclal.
Fred A. Cor bin who conducted a general
tore and wa i alra p.istmaater at Rey
nolds m this -o inty, waa found guilty
of eoinrxilcmen- In federal court at Lin
coln the latter part of the week. Corbtn
was also leader of tha Reynolds hand.
Th charge against htm was that of mak
ing out money orders and cashing them.
The deficiency amounted to R.00O. His
bondsmen were Keynolds business busi
ness men, who made good his shortage to
th government 8enuno was deterred.
Wadlsoa Defeat. Itewaaaa Greve.
MADISON. Neb, Jan. U.-Speclal.)-Ia
t rather one-sided basket ball gam Fri
day 'evening at the Union opera house
Madison High school defeated Newman
Orov High school by a score of SS to If.
faaatht la the Act
and arrested by Dr. King's New Life
Pills, bilious headache quit and liver,
stomaeit and bowels act light. Only Sc.
For sale by Beaton rug Co. ,
SENATOR BART0S WILL
MAKE THE RACE AGAIN
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jsn. lt.-Speclal Telegram.)
Senator P. W. Bartoa, democrat, of
Saline county, has decided he wants a
third term and has tiled as a candidate
for renoinlnation. I'nder th new ap
portionment Saline I coupled up with
Marriages la Saanaere.
ASHLAND, Neb., Jan. UWHpeclal.)-
Marrlaga licenses have been Issued by
Peter P. White, county Judge of Saunders
county, to the following th last week:
Oeorge B. Fallen and Mtaa Blanche L
Wilcox, both of Lincoln; Clinton Bader
and Mlsa Llla Blanche Keay, both el
Weston. -Neb.; Anton Slsel of Bralnard.
Nsb., and Miss Tonla Toalnksy. of Was
ton; Harry O. Nelson of Weston and
Mlsa Augusta E. Olson of Swedeburg;
Charles W. Bishop of Pleasanton and
Mis Bertha Mae Hendrlrkson ot Poole.
Neb.; Bert Service atu' Mis Leva Hoff
man, both of Aahlsnd; Karal D. Dvoral
of Weston and Miss Fraatlska Paseka o
Prague; Oscar B. Bordeton and Mir
Charlotte L. Senseney, both of Cereaco.
MIIU0NS of FAMIUBS
ftMl COLDS AND HtAfMCHtS. MDMZSTION AND pU
STOMACH GAS AND rXXMOTTATIOK CONSTtf ATtON AND
I1LKXBNISJ.WTTH MOST sATtSFACTOST USULTS,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0l
ON EVERY PACKAGE OF THE 6ENUINE
THE wt)NOCJUVL fOrUAftlTY OF TM1 COaJtd SYRU
OF FIGS AND CUXIS Of MNNA HAS LCD UN5CSUPU10US
MANUFACTURtJU TO OFfW DaTTATlONS, IN ORDUI TO
MAKC A IARGU MtOnT AT THE EXKNSt OF THEIR
CvSTOMtSl r A DCALU ASU WHICH UZZ YOU WOK
OS WHAT MAKE YOU WISH, WHEN TOO ASK FOR
SYRUP OF FIGS AND EUXgt OF MNNA MK FRETAR.
tt TO DECEIVE YOU.. TELL HIM THAT YOU WON THE
GENUINE. MANUFACTURED SY THE CAUTCSUwA FIG
STRUT CO. ALL SEUASLE tStVGCBTS KNOW THAT
THERE B SUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT It MANU.
SACTURED SY fHE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUF CO ONLY
NOTE THE NAME
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSVmUR THE SOTTOM, AND W
THE CIRCkl.NEAR THE TOF OF EVERY FACKACE.OF THE
GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY, FOR SALE SY AU LEAD
DRUGGISTS REGULAR FRKX I0i FIR DOTTLE.
Taim-rei fn he B
CiNT. Or AtCOHOLU jj jj
Hwu mat rcTuM
SYRUF OF FIGS AND ELOUS OF SENNA M ESPECIALLY ADAFTtD TO tW NExTJi OF
LADOU AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILS AND FUASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND
absolutely free from orjectionabls swiiidknte, rr K sou ally swamcui
FOR WDIIEN AND FOR MEN. TOUNG AND OLD FO SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUQCBTS.
ALWAYS SUY THE CEMMNE.
California Fig Syrup Cq
Mrs. Rasa m.arl.
ASHLAND. Neb., Jan. U-(8peclal.)
After an Illness of over four months, dur
Ing which tlm sh. had been to an Omah
hospital for several operations, Mrs. Ros
Rlegei passed away Saturday noon at he,
of the Grain
I Clarke 8ros.& Co. the largest
whiskey distillers in the world, for years
have had the highest reputation for
making a pure Rye Whiskey.
Q For the oast ten "ears ther have manufactured
a high-grade Bourbon and today present it to
the general public for first tune.
Q This Bourbon b manufactured from the
highest quality of corn and small train, a first
class Bourbon in every respect Its Quality
is truaranteed bv Clarke Bros. & Co the
largest whiskey distillers In the world.
RihImI in hsinrl. 100 nrrMrf. nnder ttit sit.
ILasl pervision of the U. S. Government
i ail it T fiA rNel Tin.,Un mia
a II viu uh a wui irvii vuv
time. That s all we ask, we leave
Ever try it?
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food they eat. They forget that what they are is largely
the result of how they live that one's breakfast exerts a
strong influence for the success or failure of a day's work.
"A saucer of
served direct from the package with cream for the morn
ing meal is a good start for the day.
It is easily digested, and full of rich, well-balanced
nourishment for body and brain.
'There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
Postum Cereal Company, limited, Battle Creek, Michigan
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