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BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. MARCH' 26. 1912.
BIG BLOCK OF BONDS BORN
Auditor Barton Sets Fire to $40,000
Worth of Paper.
M. P. HEARING OH VALUATION
Stat Railway rauiarin Take
O Physical Property at Liar
.Ceaa Hrarlag Will Be
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. March S.-8peclal.)
-There was a UO.OM (Ira In tha office
State Auditor Barton this forenoon,
and the office force remained calm, the
sf fair not even stopping the usual routine
of office work. The city of Auburn had
Issirx) bonds to that amount, but when
they were all signed up and registered
the purchaser found some fault with the
verbiage of the documents and refused
to take the bonds unles a new form was
instituted. The old bonds were brought
to the auditor and burned, after which
the new ones were signed up ready for
Mfteaonrt Pacific Hearlnav
The State Railway commission today
began the hearing on tbe physical valu
ation of the Missouri Pacific railroad
lines in Nebraska. The company places
s valuation of $16,675, 4S5 on the property.
While the engineers of the commission
fix i:.!9i,S. as the reproduction value
of the property and $9,n9,KO. as the
This company, like the others. Insists
the r ropery which Is still In usa Is aa
valuable now as though new. Engineer
Hurd of the commission and Engineer
Smith of the company were on the stand
today testifying as to valuations of tha
construction work and material which
went Into It, the principle difference be
tween Hurd and tha company engineer
being on the value of ties and on tue
freight allowance to put tha material
from the point of purchase to tha point
TValsa Preeenle Fish.
James Walsh of Omaha came to Lin
coln today bringing with him 4 forty,
five pound salmon, which' ha presented
to the state university for preservation
In the museum. He tried to donate on
before, but the cold storage man, think
ing to do him a favor cut the head off,
tendering It useless aa a specimen, for
which tha governor's office returned
- thanks as ths fish furnished several good
meals. This ons arlved all right, how
ever, and was delivered to the university.
It was caught near Victoria, B. C, last
August and has been In cold storage
Coad Hearings Today.
The healing of the Coad protest on the
Rosa power filing cornea up before the
Utate Board of Irrigation tomorrow at
1 p. m. It la anticipated the testimony
will all be Introduced In a few hours and
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coming ' motherooi), should ; neglect
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the legal questions involved be submitted
State Superintendent Delsell and his
office force will be busy this week at
tending district meetings of teachers.
Mr. Delsell will be at Kearney Wednes
day. Beatrice. Thursday; McCoofc Fri
day, and Fremont Saturday. Mr. El
liott will be at McCook. Thursday, and
Norfolk. Saturdas;. Miss Day will go
to Beatrice and Mr. Penny to Auburn
John Walsh of Lincoln has been ap
pointed a guard at the penitentiary.
Maggie Gleisberg has been appointed
matron at the Soldiers' home at MM ford,
vice Mrs. Sums, resigned. x
Game 'Warden Miller is flooded with
letters asking to have the open season
on ducks extended on account of the
late spring. Aa much as he sympathises
with the unfortunate duck hunters he Is
compelled to inform them that neither
himself nor the governor can suspend tha
law and that they will have to put the
guna awae- April 3.
I'attlaa Coavlcts to Work.
Warden Melick of the penitentiary was
instructed today to give the Lee Broom
and Duster company the full compliment
of convicts its contract called for from
thia on. I'p to dale .the company has
been using only MS and refused today
to take more than forty additional labor
era. The contract calls tor JJS and the
board of Public Lands and Buildings
will Insist on the company furnishing
employment for that number.
Waseca Tearaera at Week.
Tha Board of Public Lands and Build
ings was today buying some new mat
rasses, kitchen and dining room utensils
for the penitentiary. The Sunday serv
ices at the prison yesterday were devoid
of any feature which could indicate any
thing unusual had happened recently at
tha prison. As yet men teachers have
not been found to take the place of tha
women In the Sunday school and tha
women are doing the work as of yore.
Blunt Inquest Will
Be Held Next Friday
SPRINGFIELD, Neb., March S.-Fpe-cial
Telegram.-Co'roner Armstrong has
announced that the Blunt Inquest which
waa set for Tuesday morning at M o'clock
has been postponed until Friday morning
at the same hour. It was found Impos
sible to secure the attendance on Tues
day of soma witnesses whose testimony
waa needed. The Inquest will be beld In
tha town hall here.
ALLIANCE ORATORS FIRST
IN DISTRICT CONTEST
ALLIANCE, Neb., March .-(Special.)
-The annual contest of tha North Platte
Valley High School Declamatory associa
tion was held In tha Phelan Opera house
here Friday evening.
Notwithstanding somewhat Inclement
weather the house was crowded, over 100
visitors being present from towns repre
sented In the contest.
Sidney, Scott's .Bluff, Bridgeport. Dai
ton and Alliance were represented, the
judges of the contest being Superintend
ent Relmond of Crawford. Prof. Wilson
of Chadron and Mlsa Louise H. Kiss
man of Julesburg, Colo.
In the oratorical class tha dendltlon of
"Abraham Lincoln" by George Burke of
Bridgeport waa judged to be the best,
and the "Speech of Robert Emmet on
Being Found Ouilty of Treason." by
Fred Sweeney of Alliance, second.
In the dramatic class "Tha Going of
tha White Swan." by Paulina Montgom
ery of Alliance, first, and "Mamolselle,"
by Helen Lindsay of Sidney, second.
. Tha honors of tha humorous class went
easily to Leone Mall try of Alliance, who
unquestionably rendered "Mrs. Casey's
Visit to the Beauty Doctor' with re
markable ability, second place being
awarded Roy Greenlee of Sidney In
"How Ruby Played."
Alliance thus gaining two first and one
second decision, besides holding the Bee.
ket ball championship over all the towns
represented In this contest.
BROKEN BOW OFFICERS
MOVE INTO NEW COURT HOUSE
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. March S.-(Rpe-clal.)
Contrary to expectations, the
county board of supervisors did not take
over the new court house officially from
Contractor Shaul at this session. Mr. Daly,
representing Architect Lstenser of
Omaha, was present and refused to allow
tha building to be turned over, owing to
tha buckling of some of tha floors. The
architect agreed that the board should
hold out taut until tha defect la remedied.
In the meantime, the county offices, aa
soon as convenient, will be removed to the
court house, and the rentals for varloua
offices, that are at present scattered
about town, i will be paid to Contractor
ghaul until July 1, the official time desig
nated for the completion of the building.
The board haa also ordered that the next
term of district court shall be beld In
the new building.
Date for ataataa fair Fixed.
eTANTOX, Neb.. March S.-8peelal.)
The board of directors of the fUenmn
County Agrlculttirsl society met In the
Not Nats' club room tbls afternoon.
Ir.e dates for the holding of the Stanton
county fair thia year were fixed for the
August 27. M, 3 and 3a. F. L. Saunders,
Iisve Barnett. Charles McLeon, H. D.
Miller snd Alfred Pont were appointed a
committee to make a contract for arro
,,lane fights during the fair. The rates
I of admission waa fixed at Bt cents per
j picket, giving entire freedom of the
j grounds. All committees were Instructed
t report In one month so that It will be
I iHsslble to properly advertise the fair.
'alee Iastalleel at Table Rack
TABLK ROCK. Neb.. March 7&,-4pa-cial.e-The
formal installation of Rev. C
e. W. Wlraberly aa pastor of tha Pres
byterian church at thia place, which waa
recently postponed on account of the In
clement weather took place yesterday.
Rev. M. Robertson of Pawnee Ctty of
ficiated a moderator and propoanoed
the constitutional question to the pastor
and church and gar tbe charge to the
pastor. The sermon waa preached by
Kev. K. J. Cardy of Humboldt and the
charge to the church by Rev. W. W.
Talt of Teeumaeh.
Tax Ira a Bobber aeateaeeat.
NEW TORK. March 3L Eugene
gplaliM, ana of the leaders la the recent
t2.W taxlcab robbery, waa aentett
today to serve net lens than seven year
and alx months nor more than fourteen
year and alx monUia la state' prison.
Ue bad pleaded guilty and had ssafnaeud
thst it waa he who blackjacked the bank
messenger tnstd the tax lean.
Key to the Situation Bee AdrerKaiiyj
i EXPERTS EXAMINE BRIDGES
Polk County Supervisors Engage
Engineer, to Go Over Structures.
CHECK UP WITH SPECIFICATIONS
Three Mea taaera te Araltrate Dlf-
ferearee Belarei Dea wetara
t'araeea aad ee.ee ay Meet
aaa Dlaraae rlaaa.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la.. March .- Special
Telegram. In view of the agitation
which has been carried on In regard to
county bridges the Board of Supervisors
haa arranged to have Engineer McDon
ald of the state college at Ames come
with a corps of taslstsnts to make crit
ical examination of all bridgea and re
port whether they correspond to the
specifications. A complete record of
bridges and culverts will then be kept.
Senator A. B. Funk of Spirit Lake, the
third arbitrator of the street car men's
caae. arrived In the city todiiy. He was
In conference with t". C. Powell and Kmll
O. Schmidt, the other arbitrators, rela
tive to setting the time for hearing the
Oraterlral teetestaala Massed.
The contestants in the state high school
Oratorical contest have now all been
selected. They come from four different
parts of the state and are as folio a:
Oratorical Harry Van Gordon. Em
metaburg: Albert Hlait. Onawa.
Dramatic Elsie Famsworth, Sanborn:
Catherine Head. Jefferson.
Humorous Paul Caswell. Denison;
Floyd Trenor. Spencer.
Oratorical Frank Rehorst. New Hamp
ton: Valmah White. Elksder.
Dramatic Eunice Myers. Traer; Martha
Humorous Nelle Jewell, Decorah;
Allison Wwenson, Poetville.
Oratorical David Barnett. Glenwood:
James Lane. Greenfield.
Dramatic Lela Wagner, Anita; Esther
' Humorous Lenore Mlnnls. Valley Junc
tion; Oraie Butler, Alton.
Oratorlcal-Alvln Wendt. Fairfield:
Berry Halden, Moravia.
Dramatic Lucille Blomberg. Bloomfleld;
Ruth little. Knoxvllle.
Humorous Ralph ntuckey. Moulton:
Gladya Peek, Centervllle.
Cities in Iowa Are
DBS MOINES. Is.. March Si.-The
regular city election under the commis
sion form of municipal government la
being held here today to elect a mayor
and four councllmen. Major Jamea R.
Ilanna, he present Incumbent Is opposed
by Dr. Thomas Duhlgg. The vote In the
primary two weeka ago was three to one
In Ilanna' favor. There are no party
lines In today's contest.
BURLINGTON, la.. March K.-Wlth
socialism the leading Issue, the municipal
election here today early gave promise
of tha largest vote In recent years. Frank
O. Norton Is the business men's candi
date for mayor, sgsinal J. E. Schulr
mann, the socialist candidate. The
socialists also hsve two candidates for
council on the ticket.
SIOUX CITT. la.. March S.--A heavy
vote la being cast today at Sioux City's
second election under 'the coromlsslun
plan. Tha feature la the contest fur
mayor between Mayor A. A. Pmlth and
Councilman Jonathan W. Brown. Four
councllmen are also to be . elect.
Wsather la fair.
FORT DODGE WILL HAVE
' MANY NEW BUILDINGS
FORT DOIKIE. Is., March JS.-I Spe
cial. )-Over KOo.CM will be spent In build
ings In Furt Dodge this spring. By ac
tual count S4M,;oo worth of buildings Is
already contracted for and part of It Is
under way. Two fine churches, plans for
which hsd not fully mstured, also will
be built this year. Plans are being mado
for ths erection of a $90,000 Toting
Women's Christlsa association building.
Over I1M.0M will be expended on retl-
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dencee. mora than half of which elreaOy
are started. Two new school building,
valued at M.W each, are Included in
the estimate. They will have large
grounds and at one school will be sn
sthtetie park of most modem construc
tion for the use of the public school stu
dents. Shower hatha for tha athletes
will he placed in tli basement uf the
school building on these grounds.
A 0OJ fireproof warehouse, built by
the Baker Manufacturing company, an
up-to-date laundry, a furnace plant, a
modern three-story factory for the Mul-
! roney Overall company, a large whole
sale bakery, two fine apartment build
ings of fireproof construction and three
large bustnea blocks sre Included in this
spring's building. The Quaker Oats
company Is about to let a contract for
rebuilding its mill, burned Christmas
eve. The new mill will be larger and
better constructed than the old one.
POISONOUS ACID PLACED IN
MUSCATINE, la-. March S.-A plot to
wipe out the family of Charles Reed, a
non-union buttoaworker, was discovered
here today when a chemical test proved
that poisonous acids hsd been placed in
the cistern of drinking water at the Reed
home, according to tha police. Prompt
medical atention saved the lite of Mrs.
Deed who had drank some of the water.
There la no clue.
lama Xesva Ketee.
FORT DOIHIK-Norma Horigan, cook
at a hotel, fainted Sunday while at her
work, and fell on a red hot cook Move.
Tier arms, breast snd fare were badly
burned before ahe was found. She will
FORT TODOEV-Cngregetlon'Ulsta of
the Webster City association will w t In
Fort Dodge In annnnl convention, April
t-, to hear an elaborate progran end
transact yearly business. Dr. Ktank
tlunsaulus of Chtcsgo will be 0.1 ,f
the sneakers. Fifty delegates will M
tend. FORT noDOE At wsrd caucuses In
Fort Dodge Saturday night, seniintent
was all in favor of throwing aside fac
t'cnal iasuea and giving united aupport
at the county convention Monday to the
clty'a candidate for senstor. W. S. Ken
von. There w-ss greet enthuslssm man
ifested. GLENWOOD Olennwood's municipal
election will not be held until the first
Monday In April. There being but. one
ticket In the field, Cltlsens, will make
this a quiet contest. Tlie matter of the
extension of the city limits, taking In
several hundred acres on the west and
south, la provoking some discussion.
OLBNWOon-DsvId Bsrnett of Glen
wood. who won In ths district contest of
the South-west Iowa Declamatory ao
elation at Anita on March 22. will repre
sent the association in the slate oonleat
to be held at Jefferson. April 11 The
lata contest will be held at Valley Junc
tion and the dlatrlet at Malvern In 1(13.
Asks Proof of Bryan
COLUMBUS, O., March ' 5.-Prlor to
his departure for Nebraska tonight, K,
H. Moore, chairman of the Ohio Harmon
campaign committee, gave out an open
letter to William Jennings Bryan, In
which be calls upon the latter for proof
of "Insinuations that Governor Harmon
Is the candidate of Wall street Interests."
snd also asks Mr. Bryan to explain "tha
fact that Governor Wood row Wilson,
whom you are supporting, Is In a cam
paign fund, the stse of which, seconding
to Editor Henry Watterson. has not been
since tlie days of Senator Ilanna."
Mr. Moore expects to spend several
days this week In Nebraska In the Inter
eats of Governor Harmon. t ,' . 1;
t e "
Notes frern Fairfield.
FAIRFIELD. Neb., March JB.-Ths
Jones gold and silver medal contest of
Clay county was held Friday evening at
the Christian church. Ollle Teeters of
Fairfield won first prims and Mary Han
sen of Clay Center second.
Ben L. Terry, assisted by the local
team of Alexandria, Neb., Instituted an
order of tha Eastern Stsr In this city
last evening. The chapter starts out
with twenty-five charter members. Mrs.
F. A. Anawalt was Installed ss worthy
matron and C. L. lwis as worthy
Ha alee Tareateaea
by croup, coughs or colda are soon re
lieved by the use of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, tor snd li on. For ssle by Bra
ton Drug Co.
in a special
"The High Cost of Living."
Into this country of countless fertile acres, potatoes are being
imported from Europe I ,
In this rich dairy and poultry raising country eggs, butter and
meat are at top-notch prices 1
In a land where millions of apple trees are planted every year,
apples are selling at ten cents apiece!
The potato is not a perfect food for man neither are eggs, butter,
meat or apples. The only complete, perfect food for man is the
whole wheat ; graia It contains all the material needed for
building and nourishing the perfect human body. It is brought
to its highest perfection as a food in
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
the whole whemt. ateem-cooked. ahreddod and baked. Two Shredder! Wheat Biacuita
with milk or cream and a little fruit will upply all the nutriment needed for half
day's work at a coat of four or five cent. Always heat the Biscuit in the oven to
restore cropttess before serriiig'. Your grocer sells h.
All the Meat of the Whole Wheat
SILENT CHURCHES IN WEST
Matlallr tiathereS a Fear States
laalrate nralorakle reaairtea
Seventeen hundred churches are re
ported to have been attanuoned in Illinois
within the last ten years I'erh.tpa .
churches are on the lusctive list In Mis
souri and a proportionate number In Kan
sas and Iowa.
These startling ttaliattcs. made in t
talk by l"ri'idont Henry J. Waters. of
the Kansas State AKiicultural college be
fore the Bible InstitL f the Congrega
tional church In Tcpel a. have stsrtled
the church people of Kansas.
Dr. . Waters declared that "doubtless
many of these abandoned churches repre
sent misdirected denominational en
thuaiasm and are churches that should
never have been built, and which from
the outset were doomed to die. The facts
are that the church has not held Its own
In the rural districts."
Dr. Waters expressed a sentiment tltst
Is taking root In scores uf communities
In Kansas. In the early settlement of
the state every little vttlsse and town
struggled to keep up two or three church
organisations and maintain as many
church building.. Beginning with this
year, a dozen small towns have turned
to the unionisation of these churches.
This sentiment wss cemented among the
membership . of all . . churches through
union revival services. In which the local-mlidsters
and choirs joined. In every
one of these towns the people are pleased
with tha new plan, and one preacher s
minhftrrmg to all the church members
who formerly separated Into two or three
little denominational flocks. This grow
ing movement will see In another year
1.0M abandoned church ea In Kansas. As
many preachera will be put out of busl
ness, but the churchgoers say It will be
simply a question of tha survival of the
fittest among the preachers.
"One educated minister to every KB to
1,000 souls Is all we can afford and we
work him to death and starve hla fam
ily." Dr. Waters said. "la It any won
der that the attendance In ths theological
seminaries Is continually falling off In
sioa or trade
tits, and lay
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Uageriol 00 ugh, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lunji, it will bring about e
ours in W per cent, of all ease. It is a remedy originally prepared by Doctor
R.V. Pisros. Mt4kt asWv It fines re to all who wish to write for snase.
Great auroess has coma from e wide stperieaea end varied p radios.
- Don't be wheedled by a peany-grabbiaf dealer into taking inferior aubsti.
tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, reooaia ended to be "just as good." Dr.
Pierce's medicines are or inoon coHrotmoN. Their every ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Mads front roots without aloohol. Contain no babil
ioiming druia. World's Dispensary Msdiosl Association, Buffalo, N. Yt
BJornsnn Sheet Metal Co., One of the
message asks Congress to investigate
Made ealy hj
number and in quality, while in the
schools of engineering and agriculture
and other so-rallcd productive occupa
tions the attendance lias doubled on an
average of once every ten years? And
yet who dares to say that having our
young men and young women c-arefullv
Instructed In the basic principles of mural
uprightness. Individual snd social, is of
less Importance than is instruction In the
Uilnga that will serve to keep them out
? of the almshouses"
j What wilt become of the abandoned
'country churches in Kansa, is a ques
: tlon that Is being discussed. Already
. they are mentioned as suitable for stncJc
f-barns, and farmers snd stockmen are
! considering their purchase as soon as the
j struggling congregations decide to give
I them up. In a hslf dosrn communities
1 In the state such negotiations are being
j In a few of Ike older settlements of
I Ksusus there are country churches thst
' were built nearly fifty years ago that
I have been abandoned for ten years ex
: cept tor an occasional meeting of tue sect
that erected It. Fifty years ago some of
tlie church organisations bitterly opposed
the use of the organ In the church. Two
or three buildings Mill stand In-northeastern
Kansas Into which it would be
impossible to place an organ or piano.
They were constructed to prevent this
very thing, for the doors through which
the worsliiptiers entered are so nsrrow
that these musics! instruments could not
be gotten Into the buildings.
Naturally, the younger generation did
not believe In this narrow Idea, and they
deserted these churches for others that
were mora. modern and that offered bet
ter musical and -other attractions. The
automobile. . too, haa contributed to the
plan of church - union, for tha Kansas
farmer can now convey hla family to
church ten miles away with more com
fort and ease than he formerly could
hitch up a team and drive three mile
to a country church. Generally, Kansas
farmers and their famillea are attending
church In the towna and ritlea where
pipe organs, planoa and orchestras add
to the Interest of tlie services. The auto
mobile la causing tha people to abandon
tha country churches. New Tork Times.
Do You Feel This Way?
Do you leal ell tired out ? Do you sovsetiaiss
think yea just eea't work awav at voar Droiss-
aay loafer t Do you have a poor sps-
gwake at ailhts neblo to sleep f Are
your serves all gone, asd your stomach toe P Has ass
bitioa to forge ahead ia the world left yon P II so, yea
raiht as well put e stop to your misery. Yoa oaa do it s)
you will. Dr. Pierce's Coldea Medical Discovery will
raake you a differeat individual. It will sat your ky liver
to work. Il will set thrags right in your .tors sea, sad
I your appetite will eorae back. It will purify your Mood,
II there is any tendency ia your family toward comurapttoa,
it will keep that dread destroyer away. 1 Evea alter oaa
umptioa has slmoet gained a foothold in the form of a
mi litis 1111 1 1 ll III
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Contractor on the Kew Hipp Theater.
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ORE people boy
Diamond lues toon
buy any other single
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C And Deooie who have
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WOULD YOU SAVE
Today, should Fire destroy or
u imi your jewelry,
bonds, semrllie and otbsr eri
Some ihinga could not ae
made good with the Tin Insur
ance on votir property.
A 8AFETT BOX In our Steel
V suits at from :1 a year ia
the strongest Insurance against
loss of your valuables. Why net
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Marvel "Whirling Spray'
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