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THE OMAHA SUNDAY - BEE: MAY ' 12, 1911
Disfridl Leaders of Nebraska -High School Debaters
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SCHOOL ORATORS TO DEBATE
,duunpionji from Twelve Diitricti
1 Will Meet t Lincoln Stturd&y.
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BSVE5TY SCHOOLS KCLUBED
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knuka Rich erkool. " '
fTlw fifth annuaf Ut cnmpioiw,il,p
debate of the Kebruk Hltfh flchool Dt
btlni Utiw of orvmiy achoola, Iho
WW orlttoii o( Ita kin la th
ounuy. wmko held at (ho Cnlnmur
b Nrtraika ' ritxt (Utirdir, , Mar 'I.
Iflsk' tchoot rn Dy. Thta eontwt
frill m tka (Inai tront In a nrlOT of
vr Tiny abtM hld ainc PobrAary.
T ttintaataall lll k iprMntalvw
at tin ttralvt teboola mulch hava Aa
laa chajnploiihp honor la th tvolvo
trWi lata which ha laafoo la SI
trWod. The 'participant! la th atat
kaoata art th pick at bttwaan four and
five huadrad itudttita who aourht plaoaa
a tha taataa la tha 'laaoa contcata.
I Tha qucatlon dlaraaaod la tha atata
eharnplonahlp debata will bo tha aam
baa baaa fhraah4 out la tha dlftrlct
aat-niat at tha eloaooT aaalnat tha
pan ahop: ' "Raaolood, That tha nmva-
nant of oraairlaad labor- far- tha eloaad
I bap ahould racalTa tha aupport at aub
pl aplnloa." '
. ' ' Llat'af CaatMtaatai
Tha contaauaU will bo aa followi:
Tha Caalral dlatrict will ba rapraaantad
y Jaaaa Krtal, a atnlor rn tha (anava
Ikh arnaoL Thli la hia third roar la
tha Wort of tha laafW. Two roan aco.
Whoa ha rapraaaatod tha dutrlct la tha
itata ahaBiplonahlp debata. bo won third
aia baa. aartldpatad la eavaa
la tha laat two roar and la
tnataae waa awarded flrat plaea.
otholax ba taaka vary hith n hit
Ma tataaaa to -aaoar tha Stat
Itr aut fall.
Too Sowth Omaha Ulch echool. which
tha ahanploadhlp of tha oaatora U
prtct -ay wtnolaf from rioaiont from
bbUr and from Waaptna; Watr. win ba
rapraaaatod br Bdrar KWdoo. H ta
H roan aid and ta oa th toam UUa roar
for th flrat tlma, although ho waa bo
far that aa actlra mmbtr"bf tha Qaval
fobatlng aoalotr.. la acaolarablp ' ma
rank la high. Ha waa proatdant of hit
klaaa Iha. flrat aemaatar thla rr bad
baa tahaa aa aetlv part la all claa af
jfairm. KaovMr of th aubjoct. keon
rabattar and tercatul dollvary woa hia
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Th aut -contral dlatrtct'f roproaenta
tlv artll ba Arthur Aekormaa f th LM
Bola H!ih achooL Ha will bo iraduatad
thl rar; -whao ha la Juat II roara at as,
from tb rtatlfal eaurn. Ha .was bora
pa liaaola-aad attendod- tha Casual
aoaool. Ho on of th leadtnc oebolara
tn hia daaa. and ba artll atar Ut UaV
(rorattr f Nvbraaka aazt raar.
I Kraa fraaa Horlhera. tHatrtrt.
i Th U1 Kirh achool and tha north
era dlatrict will ba raproeeud br Rodger
k. Rraa. a mam bar of Jtho outor daaa.
Last roar ba waa aa O'Nonl'a aacond
am. which waa defeated by Atkbv
aoa'a flrat team. Mr. Rraa ba mad aa
WxoeUeat record la hia klgb achool work,
fie will bo graduated also from tha aor
paal training oourae with credit. II la
patae te aoUege la preparatloa tha
atady af bw. -
Tha ehamptoa af tha north-central dta
trlet tha Fsllertoo High ochooL which
(a member et the leecv thla rear for
lb flrat Una. baamil the work ka debate
fast tall aa aourao la aiguiueptaoen.
The FaUertoa team, In geaeral charge af
Pupertatendeot . C W. Wataoo and
coacbad by Re. A. G. McVay. a former
biabraaka Wealeraa anrMratty dabamr.
Proa from Hooper and tram Kewmaa
plan aaantmoaalr and from TUdea 1 to
k. Ta acboal'l reeraaontatraa wfil ba
laibart Brraoa. a member of tha aopbo
aoaro cleea, who I oarryhnaT tie tub.
pacta thai aamaatar m aadoaeafing te com
plete th cauraa ta tare rear. He at an
excellent aa-erouod atuaMct
rtOltp Ttacr Kohl, aea of area tor Philip
H. Koat at Wayne, will ba the rapre-
peatatlTO of the Bortaeaatera dutrtrt. Mr.
Kohl baa been en the Warn team for
Wo rear and has made a fla record
ta arpTamrTittilon and debata. He la a
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atnlor and ranks high 1 achnmnaJp la
th class of twent. Th Warn teem,
compoaed of Mr. Kohl, Clement Crop
land and Bernard McConnall, won from
Randolph and by default tram Crelghloa.
1 ealr from Narlhweat.
Th' Gordon High achool, which cap
tured flrat honors In the northwestern
dutrlct, will send to tb atata dabat as
Us- repreaeatstlve Qlann Oealy. rrom
tha country achool ha entered the Gordon
High school In IM. This Is his seeoad
(ear as member of the Gordon debating
. team, Of seven Interseholaetle. debates
In. which ha has takea part In th two
year Gordon has lost but one. Mr.
OcaJr I interested tn school affair In
.general. For. two rears ha has been a
member of the foot ball taaiq and ha la
a long-dlatanrs runner. In his all tats ha
has maintained a high grade of scholar-
Tha southern district will b represented
br Lee B. Browne of tha Hastings High
School. Ho attcadad to grade schoot at
Cdger ' and ' at tensed the Bdaw High
aohoot te th junior year. Ha waa a
member of Cdgar debating team tn the
leagua ta IMs-Ok Ha waa oat of school
m Itls-ii and entered th Hastings High
sohool laat tall aa a aenlw. Taking up
th debata work, be waa chosen a mem
ber of the team from a (quad af tea.
The Wjrmor High school. . which . baa
waa tb championship of tha aouthaaiH
ra dlatrict all Ova rear atno th league
was arganlsed, will be rpreeentd la the
stats debata by Augustus Holmlg. This
Is hia third year en tb Wrmor team.
Ho participated la en debate last year.
Ha has attended th Wrmor achoola
from tha primary gradss up. He hat
taken th sclenea-Etiglleh course and he
rank high la all hia stadias. Ho will be
iHffy's Pure Malt
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This v been proven br doctor
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Daffy'i Pure Malt
Th genuine la end IN 6EAXED BOTTLES ONI.T sever la balk. Ptca
cannot t.jpply rou. wrhe Jo tit. srd we will te.l rou where It can be bought
anodloal booklet sent free oa request.
gratfitsu this rear. . Mr. llelrslg Is an
eathiuiaattc debater who has attained
unusual skill In oonaUructtr thinking and
In th art of dabat.
The Mlnden High achool, which ha won
the eharnplonahlp honor In th south
western district, has selected Lawrsnoe
C ' Benson ta represent It In th atata
contest. Formerly living at Holdrega, he
entered tha M1nda High school as a
sophomore In 1Mb. ' He took up the work
In debata last rear In hia junior year and
won 4 place on tha tralfi. I-art rear he
waa a member of the team that captured
second honora In tha dlatrict. Ha Is one
of the most popular hoys In school. Ha
it president of the aenlor' etaae.
Tha Kearney High 'af howl will send a
representative for the weatern district.
' Th ' first honors Iri fh west central
dlatrict hava been won by the UVrn
High school. In the ststs ehamptonahtp
dabat Its oaotealant wtil be Adela M.
lien barter. Mlet Keileabanror la a
member of the senior daaa. Throughout
tha octree ah ba ranked high In
scholsrahlp. Shs has taken a prominent
part In Intarrlaas debating and last year
won membership oa th school team In
th league debate. Th Merna team thla
year won from Broken Bow and by da
fault from St. Paul. Miss Kellenbarger
bas also takea first plaea for excellence
lb dramatta work la ooanty tontssts.
Old Atlas, with the earth rarerullr bal
anced on bla shoulders, was asked how
things were coming.
ruet rata," Da repnea.
Rut vou were Been ta stanrer a mo
ment nio." .
"Meboy I aid." said the old man.
There' t a feller up on the globs there
TELLING THE STORY
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TESTES OYER SJ TEAMS
Tor mora thaa half a ceatury
trnffr Par Malt Whisker ha
bees before th pablle. and today
It Is better known and mora widely
used than war before. Thla a due
ta Ita great curauve qualities aad
ta tha frteade It la eontlaaallr mas
big. TTeftsslneisi mea, business
man, ' paopla la ail waika of Ufa,
everywhere, aa aad endorse It be
cause it baa glvsa them health,
strength and vigor, rrsstrlbsd by
dec tore and assd la keep! tela everv-
wnere. rteeognisea as a
Whiskey is the only whiskey
as a medicine 01010; the Spanish-American war.
Tha Duffy Malt W aieksy Co. Roc he tor.
whos nsme Is Teddy, an' th way ha
Jumpe around and hollers and overbal
ance maaes ma jeti a leeue mile anx
ious.' Then he took a trash aria on hlmte.i
ana pesaea along. neveiana
. . Merely Abbrevtatlaa.
A colonel of a British regiment In South
Africa, who waa repairing a railroad
after one of General Do W'et'a -many
breakagea, dlecovered a fine empty houae.
which he proceeded to oooupy as. head
quarters. When the newa of the 'colonel's com
fortable quarters reached Btoemfontala be
received a telegram which read:
"O. T. M. wanta houae."
Th colonel waa unable lo make out
what "O T. M." meant and Inquired of
officers who translated It "general traffic
"All right." said tha colonel. " If he
can uae hieroglyphic, to can L" ,
eto be wired back: , , .
O. T. M. can O. T. H."
Two daya later he received a dleratch
from Bioemfonteln ordering him to at
tend a board f Inquiry. On appearing
In due courae ha waa aakad what ha
meant by sending such aa Insulting mes
sage to a eupeetor officer.
, "intuiting r ' repeated tha onldnel In
nocently, "It was nothing of the kind."
"But what do roe mean," demanded
bis superior, "by tolling so I can G.
T. HI". ,
"It was simply an abbreviation." re.
pried the oolonor-"0. T, H. (general
traffic manager) can O. T. H. (gat tha
nous.)" London Mall.
-.Posad a I'ae toe Htaa. .
"Bor, If you'll com around aorae day
when I'm not ao bitty I'll sea If I can
make a place for you."
"Thank you alri It seems rather diffi
cult for ua buainssa msn to eo-ordlnbts
tn arranging our momenta of compara
tive leieure doein't Itt Oood after
"Hold on roungater! I'll give rou tha
job of stsndlng off the college presidents
whan they come around hero with sub
scription Jwpera Hsng up your hat."
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Tb rasalta sanpllehd by Ita
ass la cases of etaeaach trouble,
wasting, weakening and diseased
conditions are wonderful. It aids
Is destroying the ittiisss terns,
and by Ita building aad healing
properties restores tissue In a
gradual, healthy and natural anaa
aar. la tha prseeatian and relief
of coughs, colds, poaumstua. grip,
asthma, malaria and broochitia It
has ao equal. It aids duresttea,
Rvtng more aoartshwieat aa the
dy and more atreegth te th
who! erstem. It makea th eld
feel young end keep th young
strong and Tlgoroaa.
that was taxed by
It a barge bottla If yoor dealer
Doctors sdTtc and aa Illustrated
f&dMJ1, Answer V KJfe-. I
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and a FIVE room outfit at f 99. And. to top that off, you hare a long, very long time, to pay
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In white) or vtmii
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Cabinets , ,
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A line of It styles
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And It's tb varv refrigerator
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Ui pOH josrwu
The Uiiioa" Prices
Ike $15 Pedestal Ex
tensien Table aboie
Ezastly Ilk llluatratloa above;
anad of Americas quarter sawed
oak; has large circular top, and
la fitted with t-foot extension
Hdea. Heavy pedestal b
square design, with claw feet.
'TJnion,, still ha a few
of those $15 gas ranges
that caused such a stir
52.50 for a
sells them at
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pictured here, excepting that It haa ana
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Buy a t7x54-lncb rug
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A line of Brussels
Fugs ef certain $20
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