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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912.
Jeff Was in Pretty Good Health-and Proposed to Stay So
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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OFFERED FQB SALE, v.
ELECTRIG' Pianos,' music boxes, player
pianos Continental7 Novelty. t VI: 15th.
.FQR ,BALJ A new $200 Vlctrgla; haa
never been used. If Interested ask lot
price. M 257, Bee office.
A PRACTICALLY' new No.". B nateSt
model Underwood typewriter;' will dls?
count prlc 80 percent-' for immediate
sale: Typewriter case and cover thr6wii
iB.-:Aaress. O 2rri,vBee; r . ' . .
. SAFES-Oviarstoqked with' ec"on'(t-harid
rales: all sizes and maks;. bargains.
American Suppiy Co., 1110 Famam St.
POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures
bought, Sold. Levy, 2510 N, So. Omaha.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carojn and pocket billiard ' tables and
bowline; aljeyr and accessories; . bar. fix
tures of alt kinds; easy payments. The
BruriswicTi'-Balke-CoUenaer,;" Co., .VTt-m
South .'.Wtn -street. ;- :h
Omaha Commercial coUege and- Jne in
Boyles co11eg3- Bustpess office. f)maha
'' Bee " ,; ' " ' ....
FOR SALE Scholarship in Boyles- col
lege. :Ca1l at or address Business. 'Office.
Omaha Bee. ' ' ' " .
OLD SAFES, BRIGHT, 1(US Farnam St.
BODY MASSAGE; 222-8 Neville. D. 77il.
68-PAT BLOOD REMEDY. .
Gladish-Pharmacy, lth and Dodge.:
MANICURING, hair dressing; facial
massage, by expert; reasonable prices.
Call Miss. Laurence . tor appointment.
Drexel, hotel., B-Ct-
' i ...
nnABiucjcTAViT. risflrlor.. pntflrtniVier
and invalids' companion. 'Phone v. 37o.
T.nf , t., nivnintr huniitlfnl rinmhn
LKJ A A lilUJ, v, .--v..
home (now rented), worth $10,000, mort
gage i4;OO0, would like to trade for per
cent securities or unmortgaged land,
worth 16,000. Agents need not reply. Ad
dress H. 261, Bee. . ' .
futrm oiTiriTinu ATlifX sntipitn rant
i. TIC DAUlAl.wi' - T
off clothing.in fact, anything you do not
need. Wa collect, repair and sell at 134
N lltW St., for-cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Phone Douglas 4125 and
wasftfns 'will call.
r A C-OT?nfrWVRPV'Salt Glow and
Allen of Chicago. ,
109 S"'l7. 1st fl. D. 7665.
vital jYinssasrai.- baths, electric vibratory
and radiator ; treatments. Dr. Anna D.
Visher. 401 Ware blk. 309 S. 15th. D. 2783.
Massagfi. Mrs. Rlttenh se. 308 Boston Bid,
TrAtTvn .Aman nnminP tn f)mu ViR flft
lUUlia wumvii w.
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and St: Mary's Ave..
where they will be directed to suitable
boarding places, or otherwise assisted
Look for our travelers' aid at the Union
ANNA H. M AKKS SSKSSE
nam. Davldge Blk. Apt. 3. Red 7529.
i. . .-.mini UAs:.An n 13th .r..
r. 325, dally, Sunday; open evenings;
hours, iv o iv.
rt C8 rixr Swedish movement. Ap.t
&1 AOO AVJJ-j i 18Q2 Famam.- D. 6240.
f r,TTT,nrTr' treatment. V.'. Brtitt. 710
aiAUlN JillO g. 16th. 2d floor. D. 5289.
WE RENT and repair all kinds of sew
ing machines. Tnd. A-16G3; Douglas 16G2.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
15th an Harney Sts.
f A A frF! Expert treatment. Mrs.
M. AOO.vJJ Steele, 208 S. 13 St. R. 325.
Up-to-Date Beauty parlors, iathryn
Lane Daly, 113 S. 16th, 2d floor. D. 2427.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Screening $1 50 per 100. Wagner, 801 N. 16
I HAVE for quick sale two dark seal
brindle Boston terrier puppies by Storz
"Tommy Crib." Can bo seen all -day
Sunday at 5312 N. 29th St. Telephone
Webster 1535. .
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage, and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants,
Bvers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS.. 234-38 Exchange BIdg.
Great West Com. Go.. Omaha A Denver.
Clay, Robinson & Co.. 200 Exchange Bldg;
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 32a Exchange Bldg.
REAL ESTATE IOAN9
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam. Smith & Co., 1320 Famam St.
$100 to -Slft.OOO made promptly. P. D.
Vx'ead. W-ead Bldp.. iSth and Farnam.
0 Co. 310-S12. Brandais Theater Bldg.
Q A TM7TXT T2t?no Loans. $500 and up.
wxxi-v aim xji.iyj.nmaha rl Rank.
LOANS Farm and city property. J.
H. Dumont l& Son, 1602 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT to buy good home'. Price must
be right. State location. What terms,
Cash buyer. Address N-288,' care Bee.'
WANTED TO BUY
Household gds; clothes ftshoes. 03971 61959
2d-hand goods. Keiser, 1029 Center. D-5662.
Chicago buyers, 2d-hand clotKes, shoes,
hats; best prices; will call. Tyler 1100.
AT PTRW pays the best prices for old
LUT J.XV1Y' mefals rubber etc.'
' WANTED-60O- Joada f dirt.
. WANTED TO RENf
. WANTED A first-class house or apart
ment tiy " responsible party. Must be
first-clais. Address i 285,' Bee.
' Y'OUNG professional man desires mod
ern room and board with private family,
well located; no boarding and rooming
houses need answer. Address B 283, Bee.
THE ALLAN LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
MONTREAL. LIVERPOOL, GLASGOW.
Montreal; Havre, Plymouth, London.
The Picturesque St. Lawrence' Route.
Four days on the ocean, three days
in river and gulf. Splendid new Turbans
steamers. Saloon, second-cabin and third
class. Superior one-class cabin service.
Cuisine unexcelled. Courteous attention.
Send ' for circulars, rates, plans, etc.
Allan & Co.. 127 N. Dearborn St., Chicago.
Anchor Line Steamships
New' York, Londonderry and Glasgow.
New York, Palermo and Naples.
Attractive rates for tickets between New
York and all Scotch, English, Irish,
Continental and Mediterranean points.
Superior accommodations, excellent cut
in, efficient service. Apply promptly
for reservation to local agent of Anchor
Line or Henderson Brothers, General
Agents, Chioago, 111. v
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
TO EXCHANGE-'Good, smooth land
and well rented town property for stock
of general merchandise well located in
eastern Kansas, Nebraska or western
Iowa. Can use large stock and might
put In some cash if stuff is good enough.
Give full details In first letter. Address
Lock Box L. Seibert, Colorado.
600-ACRE irrigated grain, alfalfa and
vegetable farm; two sets Improvements;
good water rights; 50 miles east of Den
ver on Platte river. Want good mer
chandise or income property. Might con
sider smaller farm. Address, Y 41. Bee.
100 A. farm, exchange for merchandise;
owner. C. M. Maier. Coin, la.
FOR SALE or exchange, . 32o ' acres in
Brown, Co., Neb.; improved; price $20 per
acre; incumbered for $1,200; due in -five
years; 160 acres In Chase county. Neb.;
price $15 per acre; clear; will exchange
either one or both for clear income
property. J. H. Pieper, Owner, Albion,
I WANT OMAHA HOME.
I have a fine little farm of 40 acres ad
Joining the town of Blue Mound, Linn
Co., Kan., 65 miles south of Kansas City,
level as a floor; well improved, nice or
chard and only mile from P. O. and a
town of 1,000 people. Thts is a fine home.
Price $150 per acre; mortgage, $1,500; 3
years 6 per cent; equity, $4,500 will take
clear house to that amount or two cot
tages. Address Box 426, Omaha, Neb.
FOR EXCHANGE Eighty acres land.
Orange county, Indiana. Price $5,200. In
cumbrance, $1,260. Want small tract of
good west land for equity. Fred H.
Franklin, Presbyterian Hospital, Omaha,
Persistent -Advertising is the Road to
ABSTHACTS OP TITLE.
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
NEALE & CAMPBELL. 1714 Farnam St.
Bl ILDEKS' JM'OHM VI IO..
Martin Bros. & Co.. Exch. Bidg.
TAGU BROS., handle cattie. hogs, sheep.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
OMAHA property and Nebraska lands
O'iiEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
lOM New Omaha Nat l Bank Building.
MONEY to loan on business or rosi
, , ytpe: ties, fl.uOO to SSoO.UOO. W. 1,
' HO MAS, 503 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co
Klpctrlc. sas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
Ideal Cement Co., Kth and Cuming St
Fucha, Son & Blind, palntlng.decorattng.
H. Gross, lum. wreck'g, plb. 21 & Paul.
BLUE PRINTING, 41!4 PAXTON. D. 2720.
HEATON, tin work. Original A"merl
ran furnaces. 2518 Cuming. D. 519S.
ACIlEitiE i OH HALK.
ACREAC1K BARGAINS rcai Oaha.
Cnn S. Merrill, 1213 City Nat. Bank Bid?.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
$3,800 For a two-story, 6-room, modern
' square house,' In first-class condi
tion, having. hot air heat; three
bedrooms on second floor; only one
block from the car line; lot
50x135 ft. " "
$4,250 For a two-story, new, modern.
7-room house; oak finish first
floor; two bedrooms and bath
second floor; decorated; convenient
to the car line: easy terms.
$4,500 Two-story strictly modern house,
having large living room with
pressed briak fireplace; four at
tractive bedrooms second floor;
full cemented basement; furnace
heat. A well built, substantial
house. Reduced $500 for Immediate
$4,500 For an almost new, 6-room bun
galow, in first-claa. repair; oak
finish and oak floors In the living
room and dining; room; large living
room; decorated -.'throughout; con
venient to tha car line; full steed
$4,650 Seven-room modern bungalow; oak
finish first floor; three bedrooms
and bath second floor; one block
from the car line; south front lot,
50x135 ft. Reasonable terms.
$6,000 Seven-room modern square house,
with quarter-sawed oak floors and
finish first floor; hard pine finish
second floor; combination electric
light and gas fixtures; full
cemented basement; furnace heat.
A well located and well built
$7,500 New, two-story, up-to-date, all
modern house, located In Happy
Hollow, overlooking the boulevard
and club grounds and a short dis
tance from' the car line. This
house has a large living room,
finished in oak, with beamed ceil
ings, built-in bookcase and brick
fireplace; large sun room, break
fast room, finished In mission
style and convenient kitchen. Sec
ond floor has four large bedrooms
and sleeping porch, finished In
white enamel, with mahogany
doors; oak floors throughout; one
room finished on the third floor.
Attractively decorated throughout;
hot water heat. Lot 70 ft. frontage.
Reasonable terms of sale can be
George & Company
902-12 City National Bank Bldg.
Phones Douglas 756, Independent A-1756.
Near 18th and Laird
Your choice of two strictly modern
bungalows, one having flva rooms and
bath, the other six rooms and bath; oak
finleh; very attractive and well built;
first class neighborhood. If looking for
something that is swell and bound to
please ask to see either of these prop
erties at once. A few hundred dollars
down and monthly payments for balance
SCOTT & HILL,
D. 1009, A-1752. 307 McCague Bldg.
Buy from Owner
Larg 10-room house at 2630 Franklin
St., gas and electric light, water, and on
paved street; house Is newly painted and
is In fine condition; buy from owner and
save dealer's commission. I will sell
this place for $1,850. $400.00 cash and
balance on easy terms. Telephone Red
4301 after 6 p. m.
An attractive and complete five-room
cottage with every modern convfnlence,
located near .28th and Chicago St. It
is only two or three years old; is newly
papered and has oak finish in the living
rooms. Call "us up for an appointment
to look through. Terms arranged.
SCOTT & HILL,
D. 1009, A-1752. 307 McCague Bldg.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIR8T SEE
JOHN W. ROB BINS. 1802 FARN AM ST.
A SACRIFICE TO LEAVE OMAHA.
I will sell one 8-room house, worth $3,000,
for $2,20; one C-room cottage, modern,
worth. $2,000, for $1,650; one 4-room cot
tage, worth $1.6U0. for $1,150. J. P. JACK
SON, 1611 Frederick St., Tel. Doug. 4833.
6-ROOM mod. house for tale, 1527 N.
24th St.. South Omaha. South 813.
CITY PHOPERTY FOR SALE..
My Price $3,650
ACTUALLY WORTH $4,250
Your choice of two brand new homes
Of 6 and 7-rooms each, strictly modern,
oak finished; full two stories. Living
room, dining room and kitchen on first
floor, 3 good bedrooms, screened in sleep
ing porch and bath on second floor.
Stairway to large floored attic. Full
cement basement, cement walkfl, sodded
yard and screens. Furnace heat. Beautiful
light fixtures. On large' east front lot,
43x124. Located at 4110 and 4112 North 21st
Bt. Terms to Suit. For more Inform -.lon
phone CHAS. HORN, OWNER, HAR
$2,650 WILL BUY
A 6-room cottage, modern except heat;
lot 44x119 ft; part payment down, bal
ance same as rent. Located' at 2420
Six-room house, modern except heat;
lot 89x238. . Price, $2,460. . Located at 3036
DEUEL & HANKINSON,
201 Paxton Block. Phone Douglas 2S77.
Here is a Real Bar
Jain in Benson
A new 4-room cottage on a large lot In
Rose Hill addition. South front, two
blocks from car line and close to new
school. Price $1,200. $100 cash, balance In
monthly payments at 6 per cent. This
offer good for one week only.
JAS. WALSH, Benson.'
For Sale My nice 9-room house, good
neighborhood, nice lawn, cement walks,
l.acu - 1,., Kftvlftfi n,ar at rant car dtlri
schools. Will make easy terms. 2603
Pierce. Tel. Red 6100.
Near 26th and Poppleton
T.I n nlan.v,,, ,aw all mnifftm hllncalnur
iianumiiiig 1 1 " m ........ . . . n - - i
Immediate possession; a bargain for some
one on terms or good lot taken as first
payment. Doug, 1658. A 2653.
$10.000-JuBt east of 36th St.. 77 feet
front by 100 feet deep; very attractive,
exceptionally well built 9-room house, re
ception hall, parlor, living room and
library, with built-in bookcases; hand
some dining room and kitchen on first
floor; four bed rooms and bath on second
floor: two finely finished rooms on the
third floor. Splendid condition through
out. The best buy for the money in this
choice locality. INVESTIGATE.
D. V. Sholes Company,
913 City National Bank Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 49. Ind. A-2049.
HERE IS A
REAL ESTATE .
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
CHANCE FOB A NICE HOME
Seven-room house, oak finish, cemented
basement, laundry tubs, hot water heat,
barn or garage, plenty shade and shrub
bery, corner lot 55x140, paved street
Owner, 2403 N. 18th St. Tel. Web. 335H.
LARGE mottern eight-room home for
sale by owner. Webster 3490.
BBiAUTIFUL corner, ISth and Blimey
Sts Enqulra of Owner, 1607 Ptnkney St.
REDUCED TO $1,000
4Sth and Walnut. 3 lots, 132ft., adjoin
ing Beals school ground; 150 ft. facing
Walnut street; cabin, outbuildings, some
fruit; $1,000 cash If sold at once. Inquire
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTIC, BIRMINGHAM ATLAN
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing wtth this coming country. Its soh,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. B. LEAHY, DEPT. K, '
General Passenger Agent.
FIVE acres Irrigated land, one-half
mile from Blanks, Colo., for sale or ex
change for good auto. Address Lou Iiage-
melster, Charleston, Neb.
MOST productive hay and grain land
In the world Long Valley, Idaho. No Ir
rigation needed; fine climate, fine water,
cheap fuel, telephones, railroad, elec
tricity. Improved land $25 to $50 per acre.
Also finest orchard land proposition in
Idaho. For Information write today. Pay
ette River Colonization Co., Nampa,
THE easiest way to find a buyer tor
your farm Is to insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest clr
culatlon In the atate of Iowa, 43,000 dally.
The Capital Is read by and believed In by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper In tholr
homes, Rates, 1 cent a word a day; $1.25
per line per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Pes Moines
Capital, Des Moines, la.
Six miles of Council Bluffs, one-half
mile from railroad station. One of best
small farms near the city. Good 7-room
house, plenty barns and outbuildings;
7 acres bearing orchard, principally win
ter apples; small vineyard and some ber
ries; 3 acres alfalfa, 8 acres timothy and
ctover. Nice large yard with good lawn,
plenty of shade, etc. THIS PLACE WILL
NOT DISAPPOINT YOU. It Is a good
one, very attractive and worth the price
of $6,500; one-third cash, balance long
time at per cent. Possession with crop
M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl St.
WINTER wheat land, one square sec
tion, cultivated only, price $20 per acre;
and one square section, well improved,
price $25 per acre; good soil; no sand
nor stone; will exchange, either or both
for goad general merchandise or income
property, carry some back If necessary.
Addrers Box 488, Colby, Kan.
o.', Hn.'Yn, frTnt. south n Lucas be- 1 SOUTHERN MINNESOTA FARMS
tween Clark and Burnham; described as I FOR SALE If you want to buy an im
IZ t lot 10. block 35. Phone Webster ! Proved farm In Southern Minnesota write
3850, or address G. R. W., Bee.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
Good 10-room modern home; cement
sidewalks, etc.; $150 paid to anybody who
brings buyer; cost $4,500 to build; leaving
town. Tel. Harney 1S78. or call 911 S.
Lake St., second lot west Telephone
Exohange; 25x122; two car lines. Resi
dence or business. By and by lake will be
a business street. Owner, Webster 3612.
West End Home
At Reduced Price
Fine, strictly modern home of six
rooms and reception hall, only three
years old; built by contractor for him
self s a homo, on a south front lot 42x127,
with new bain, all for $3.750 $700 cash,
balance like rent. This property is a
big bargain at the reduced price now
SCOTT & HILL,
D. 1009, A-1752. 307 McCague Bldg.
for catalogue. Southern Minnesota Land
Co., Blue Earth, Faribault Co., Minn.
BUY a farm in west central Minnesota.
I have some wonderfully good bargains.
Easiest terms. Write for particulars. J.
S. Ulland, president Fergus Falls Na
tional Bank, Fergus Falls, Minn.
RANCHES $2,000 to $100,000. Send for
list. Shopen & Co., Ranch Dealers,
FOR SALE 160 acres all fenced; 80
acres under cultivation; 6-room house, 32
x.12 barn; 16x20 chicken house; 16x16 gran
ary; 10x12 stone milk house, windmill
and good water; located five miles from
Chappell, $40 an acre takes this bargain;
half down and mortgage for balance.
Address Mrs. Christie Jacobs, Chappell,
HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich farm land
at $250 filing fees and ail. Not rough or
sandy. J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
T. C. TORRISON,
D. 1101. 02 City National Bank Bldg.
Farm Land und Ranches.
The Persistent' end Judicious Use nf
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
REAL ESTATE 1
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SATIS
Ws have just purchased one of the
richest tracts of land, suitable for general
farming. poultry raising. dairying,
trucking and fruit growing In the United
States, and have aubdvlded It and thrown
it open for settlement in small tracts
To a few farmors, poultry raisers,
dairymen, truck or fruit growers t.ho
would make good neighbors, wo are vlll
tng to dispose of some of this land at a
small part of its real value; In (act, less
than you would pay for land In a new
country away from transportation. This
land Is located on the MAIN line of the
Illinois Central Railroad and only ti few
hourt' ride from tha great markets of
Chicago, St. Louis, .Indianapolis, Cincin
nati, Louisville, Kansas City and Mem-nhs.
There Is no richer soil on earth than
this section. We have sworn affidavits
from farmers and truck growers showing
what they hava made in. a single year,'
$800.00 PER ACRE ON UAnnAUrj.
$250.00 PER ACRE ON POTATOES.
$300.00 PER ACRE ON MELONS.
$500.00 PER ACRE ON TOMATOES..
$600.00 PER ACRE ON PEACHES..
This land Is bought and paid for. hence
we are In a position to make terms to
the right parties. Take any number of
acres you want, (from t acres up), $2.00
per acre down and easy terms on tno
Write or call today. Your name and
address on a post card will bring affi
davits, mBps, printed Information and
pictures of the property.
This will not put you under obligations
to us whatever and is absolutely FREE
I. N. VOOEL, 415 Karbach Block.
FORT LOGAN, COLORADO, MAY 15,
1912. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will
be received here until 10 a. m. June 15,
1912, for the sinking of one 8-lnc.h tubular
deep well at this depot Blank forms for
bidders, specifications and full Informa
tion may be obtained upon application.
The United States reserves the right to
accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Tubular
Well," and addressed to the Constructing
Quartermaster, Fort Logan, Colorado. X.
T. Frlssell, Captain and Quartermaster.
U. 8. Army. M18-17-U-1W12-U
Recover From the
After submitting of testimony In suits
brought by the Nye-Schnelder-Fowler
Grain company and the Cavers Elevator
company against the Union Pacific Rail
road company for elevation charges,
Judge W. II. Munger Instructed the Jury
to sign a verdict allowing the plaintiffs
to recover $1,842.0 and $1,127.60, respect
ively. Judge Munger In ordering the verdict
applied the ruling of the supreme court
of the United States holding that eleva
tion charges could be collected from rail
roads if cars placed on elevator trackage
are returned to tha railroad in forty
KEMP CATCHES ROBBERS
WORKING ON HIS SAFE
J. I. Kemp went Into tha offices of hla
coal company. 2512 Leavenworth street,
at 11 o'clock last night at tbe sound of
some odd noises he had heard from his
house upstairs and found three men' try
ing to break into his safe.
Leveling a revolver upon them he was
able to hold them until the police ar
rived. One of the trio escaped at his
coming. He waa later captured by the
police. At the police station tbe men
gave their names as Frank. Gallagher, A,
Gustafson and Ed Grand. They were
charged with burglary.
Frank Gallagher is known to the police
as a former convict. He was sentenced
to three years in the Nebraska peniten
tiary for breaking Into a box car.
TWO ARE UNDER ARREST
FOLLOWING FURTHER RAIDS
Feme Davis, who conducts a place at
C14 South Thirteenth street and Sam
Bauman, proprietor of the Lang hoel,
were arrested about 11 o'clock last nigi.t
and charged with conducing disorderly
houses and selling beer after S o'clock.
STORIES ARE TOLD BY SIGHS
Annual Commencement at Nebraska
School for Deaf.
MANY PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE
Essays and Orations Given by the
Older Pupils and Kludrrgnr- ;
ten Work by the ,
One thousand or, more relatives and
friends filled the auditorium of the Ne
braska School for the Deaf to overflowing
last evening to witness the annual com
mencement exercises of the different
grades and to do honor to ten of the
students who received diplomas for suc
cessfully completing the courae prescribed
by the school. The graduates are; '
: Fred William Brown, Sheridan, Wyo. '
Thomas Scott Cuscaden, Omaha.
Emil Vince HIadlk, Piainview.
Sophia Mary Macek, South Omaha.
Charles Clyde Marshall, York.
Ellen Anna Pearson, Tekamah.
Robert Orin Thayer, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Louise Christina Thomsen, Cedar Bluffs, '
Oscar Max Treuke, Omaha.
Christie Frank Wleseman, Osceola, Neb.
All but three of the' graduates have the
qualifications to enter the National
School for tha Deaf at Washington, D. C.
which requires an average of ten years
work, Including five years of college. -
The graduation address was delivered
by J. E. Delzell. state superintendent of
schools, who greeted his hearers through
the means of an Interpreter. The speaker
congratulated the graduates on the suc
cess they had met with in their studies.
Exercises by several classes, from the"
beglnners' grade to the seniors, were fea
tures which called fqrth applause from
Aside from the presentation of dlplo- (
mas, the address by Mr. Delzell and per
haps several of the essays and orations
by the graduates, the ' feature of the ,
evening's program was the demonstration
by little Charlie Schmidt, ( years old,'
who filled the first number on the pro
gram. He alone composes the kinder
garten class of the school, but was gradi ..
uated pro tempore Into the first grade'
and there made good. He went through
his letters with distinct gestures and
showed wtth the assistance of his teacher,
Miss Sauter, the first principles applied
In teaching the deaf child. . . i
Closing a class exercise by members of
the Third grade the enunciation of the
Lord's prayer by them was a most sin
gular and unique effort. Perhaps on. no
other occasion did. the audience so ehow
Its praise by their applause. The articu
lation was sufficiently clear to be plainly
understood and the eight girls slowly,
but surely went through it from the be
ginning to the end.. .
A class 'In gymnastics and another In
manual training allowed those who were
unfamiliar with the curriculum of the
school to wonder how It was possible to
obtain the perfection that was shown.
It was made clear that the Instruction
given the class included the development
of a retentive memory In the student
and a wonderful clearness of mind.
Violin solos by Mrs. E. R. Zabriskle,
member of the faculty, added consider
able worth to the program..
Essays by the student graduates took
alternate turns with the other numbers
to complete the evening's1 exercises.
These were all recited by the students
tn the two-hand language. A reader .
stood on the platform and kept in con-
Junction with the student reciting the
essay in words. The rate of speech
averaged from 100 to 150 words a minute
with at no time a hesitation on part of
either the essayist or the reader. -.-,
In all the exercises of ,the evening, npt
once was there a sign of fear, or -reticence
among those who took .' part
whether they were child or adultl Their
perceptibilities were enlivened to the :
occasion and each went through his or
her part with wonderful dexterity ar-d
skill. Each number, . whether by class or
Individual, received the appreciative ap
plause which it was entitled to.
The valedictory was by Scott Cuscaden
and the class poem recited by J. V.
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