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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12, 1912.
STATE UNI, GRADUATES
large Class Will Receive Degrees
at Nebraska Institution.
ANDREWS DR. OF PHILISOPHY
Komicr Chancellor Honored by
Board of Regent List of Those
Who Receive Diplomas for
Four Tears Work.
LINCOLN, Neb., June ll.-(Speclal.)-
ormcr Chancellof E. Benjamin Andrews
today received the degree of doctor of
l.;i!osophy when the regents formally
approved the recommendations of the
faculty at the annual meeting of the
board. The regents approved the recom
mendations of 03$ degrees from all col
leges, excluding the teachers' educational
certificates and the physical education
Forty-four of the graduates came from
the graduate college, thirty-nine from
the law, eight from the medical, twenty
four from the agricultural, forty-two
from the engineering, WO from the aca
demio in the A. B. degree and twenty
one took B. Sc., degrees.
Following is the list of graduates:
MASTERS OF ARTS.
Percy Bousfield Barker, A. B., 1908,
seograpny, economic geology.
Ctiarles Emile Benson, A. B.,
Charles Eden Carroll, A. B.,
Morningside college, political sclein.
Clifford Norman Catlln, A. B.,
tdgar Ciippinger, A. B., 1901, Doane
conese, eaucatlonal theory and practice,
Frank Trimmer Cole, C. E.. 19U9, Ohio
northern university, civil eng.Seering,
educational theory and maetice.
Clare Brown Cornell, A. B., W06, educa
Mary Crawtord, A. B., 1907, English
language ana literature, Germanics.
Mae Darling, A. ., 1906, European his
tory. Frank Dickinson, A. B., 1911, philosophy,
Floya Whitney Gall, A. B., 1911, bot
any. Annie Uawes, B. U, 1902, Nebraska
iWesleyan university, political science
Daniel W. Hays, A. B., 1905. Nebraska
ivv esieyan university, educational theory
Frank Allied Hays, B. S., 1908, Okla
homa Agricultural college, animal hus
banriry, iarm management.
Eugene Schotield Heath, A. B., 1906,
unio v esieyan university,- botany. ,
Virginia Shropshire Heath, A. B.. 1306,
Goucher college, English literature,
Cora Belle Hill, A. B., 1906, mathematics
educational theory and practice.
Ethel Florence Hutchinson, A. B., 191L
iusiiBii literature, European nisiory.
Edward Benjamin Jacobson, A. B., 1910,
nfuiaaMt w esieyan university, p'nnos
Theodore Alexander Kiesselbac'h, V. B.,
isut, a.- sc.. laus, experimental agronomy.
Minnie uaitn Kruckenberg, A. a., 19U9,
Albert Kay Lang, A. B., 1909, Nebraska
esieyan university, education, educa
George Conrad Karl Link. B. Sc.. 1910.
University of Chicago, agricultural bot
Bertha Musson Luckey, A. B., 1910,
Mary Alice Lynch, A. B., 1305, Notre
Dame, American history, romance, lan
guages. Clare Mary McPhee, A, B. 1902, edu
cation, English literature.
Louise Wllheimina Mears, B. E.,-1908,
Peru State Normal, geography, English
language and literature.
Estelle Rees Morrison, A. B., 1910,
English literature, rhetoric, philosophy.
William Henry Stephenson Morton, A.
B., 1909, York college, educational theory
and practice, sociology. :
Arne Kristopher Peitersen, A. B., 1911,
Frank Herman Reinsch, A. B., 1909,
Clayton Ord Rost, B. Sc., 1911, agricul
Olenus Lee Sponsler, A. B., 1910, Uni
versity of Michigan, botany.
Elsie Warnock, A. B., 1908, English lan
guage and literature.
Laura Amanda White, A. B., 1904, '
American history, European history.
George Faxon Williamson, A. B., 1907,
Cora Elizabeth Wise, A. B., 1903, Ger
manics. William W. Worster, A. B.. 1911, Union
college, M. D., 1901, American Medical
Missionary college, chemistry, physiol
MASTER OF FORESTRY.
John Shaw Boyce, B Sc., 1311, forestry,
Otto Frederick Swenson, B. Sc., 1911,
John Cameron Hoge, B. Sc., 1910, elec
DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY.
Elisha Benjamin Andrews, A. B., 1870,
Brown university, political economy,
Laura Belle Pfeiffer, A. B., 1897, A. M.,
1906, European history, English literature.
Mary Sullivan, A. B., 1898, A. M., 1900,
English literature, American history.
College of Law.
BACHELOR OF UA.WS.
Charles Glenn Adams.
Ernest Franklin Armstrong.
Robert Henry Beatty.
John Heinrich Bloedorn.
John Louis Bouchal.
Dale Skiles Boyles.
Samuel Rea Buck.
John Alexander Christmas.
Samuel Orville Cotner.
Ralph Emmons Courtnage.
Anthony . Donato.
Ralph DeWitte Fuller.
Glen Thomas Gibson.
Harold Smith Graham.
Willard Russell Grlswold.
Vincent Charles Hascall.
Robert D. Hawley.
Bruce Bagley Johnson.
John Willis Jones, jr.
Henry Carl Luckey.
Frank Harold Mizera.
Ralph Stuart Moseley.
Frank John Munday.
John Edgar Okey.
Ernest Henry Phares.
Joel DeWitt Pomerene.
John Franklin Power.
Rexford Charles Rankin.
John Fred Rohn.
August Carl Schmidt.
Roswell Johnson Shurtleff.
Clarence Monroe Somerville.
William Marvin Somerville.
Carroll Orville Stauffer.
Robinson Meredith Swltzler.
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The Collea-e of Medicine.
GRADUATE IN PHARMACY.
Edo Htlldlng Anderson.
Raymond William Bauer.
Elwood Blake Chappell.
Samuel Thomas Crouse.
Earl Fiske Walker.
Lllburn B. Lake.
Joseph Emmanuel Sohlberg.
The College of Asrlcultare.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE.
Lewis Robbins Anderson In General Ag
saran Florence Bailey in Home Eco
Bert M. Barber in General Agriculture.
William Walter Bennett In Forestry.
Mildred Lorretta Bevlns in Home Eco
Ralph Evart Bodley in Forestry.
Raymond Daniel Garver In Forestry.
Albert Henry Gilbert in General Agii
Louise Guthrie in Home Economics.
Richard Terrell Guthrie in Forestry,
Ruth Haller in Home Economics.
Evelyn Eleanor Johnson In Home Eco
Dora Aldona Kldd fn Home Economics.
Pattie Mary Metzger fn Home Econonv
Talmage Eugene Miller In Forestrv.
Thomas Wesley Moseley In General Ag
Arthur Ealton Nelson in General Ag
Edith Violet Ohlsen In Home Econom
John Anderson Ratcllff in General Ag
ncuiture. . . .
Grace Ryan In Home Economics.
Ernst Theodore Frederick Wohlenberg
in r orestry.
. The College of Engineering.
BACHELOR OP SCIENPK.
Bruce Raymond Beckwith In Mechani
cal . engineering.
Stanley Bracken In Electrical Engineer
Walter Frank Chauner In Civil Engl
Everette Edwin Dale In Mechanical En
Reginald Emmett Davies In Civil En
Ira Willard Dye In Electrical Engineer
Charles Erlckson in Civil Engineering.
Richard Joseph Foster in Mechanical
George Herman Glade, Jr. in Civil En
Benjamin Harrison Groves In Civil
John Holling In Electrical Engineering.
iranK Lorenzo Jones in Civil Engineer
Claude Dennis Kinsman In Agricultural
Ralph Ernest Klpllnger In Civil Engi
Williams Jennings . Krug In Electrical
George Kinney Leonard In Civil Engl
Eber Brock' Lewis In Agricultural En
Emil August Lindberg In Civil Engi
Gus Adolph Lofgren In Civil Engineer
James Russell Ray Martin In Civil En.
Cleo Jesse Mowry In Electrical Engl
neering. William Henry 'Noeltlng In Mechanical
William diaries Oest In Civil Engi
Edward O Rourke In Civil Engineering,
Carl Martin Overman in Electrical En
Henry Bennett Pearse in Civil Engl
Henry Hammond Plumb in Electrical
Joslah Frank Relf in Civil Engineering.
John Raymond Rlppey In Civil Engi
Carl Rohwer In Civil Engineering.
Elmer Alpha Root In Civil Engineering.
John Kent Selleck In Electrical Engi
Harold Charles Slater In Electrical En
John Stibal, Jr. In Civil Engineering.
Benjamin- Harrison Thompson in Elec
George Lafayette Vlasnik In Civil En
gineering. . . '
Helmuth Henry Max VOdeiDerr in
Harold Robert Wake in Civil Engineer
Delbert Ernest Wallengren in Electri
Lloyd DeWitt Walter In Civil Engineer
Byrel Nevll Wilson in Civil engineer
Ivan Daley wood in Agricultural engi
College of Arts and Sciences.
BACHELOR OF ARTS.
Arthur Eugene Anderson.
Ellen Louise Anderson. ,
Ellen Amalla Anheuser.
Fredia Elizabeth Arnold.
Harry Ross Ball.
George Lee Bayse. '
Eula Katnryn Bates.
William LaVerne Bates.
Charles Wesley Becker.
Grace Mildred Bennett.
Leila Isabel Bon.
Ora Geraldlne Bradbury.
Mabelle Olive Breese.
Hattie Mabel Brodrlck.
Elsie Emma Brown.
Grace Helen Burritt
Wayne Tom Carroll.
Donald Isaac Castile.
Alice Orlntha Chambers.
Frank Ernest Chambers.
Clarence Leon Clark.
Leroy Benjamin Clark.
Cecile Eliza Cobb.
Verna Grace Coleman.
Wauneta Emma Cook.
Laura Opal Coryell.
Charles Cloyd Creekpaum.
Richard Oliver CromwelL
Wilma Ruth Crossley.
Carl Edwin Dalling.
Celta Grace Davis.
Mabelle Eva Davis.
Frances Aileen Dunham.
Lucile Blanche Eads.
Rebecca; Finley Eversole.
Robert Likes Ferguson.
Frances Maud Flock.
Ira George von ForelL
Hazel Lois Foster.
Frances Edith Francis.
Gustave Otto, Fuchs.
John William Gamble.
Grane Marie Gannon.
Ralph Wallace Garrett.
Frances Emma Gibson.
Mabelle Ftances Gowing.
Harriet Graves. - ,
Florence Marie Grimm.
Ella Belle Gunn.
Albert Dar HalL
Lloyd Dickson Halstead.
Fted Reinig Hanley.
Emma Evelyn Hanthorn.
Mark Cromwell Hargrave.
Thomas Jean Hargrave.
Eleanor Octavia Helmer.
Irma Louise Herman.
Hazel Clare Hogrefe.
Amy Marie Holcomb.
Searle Francis Holmes.
Ethel Katherine Hummel.
Thomas Albert James. ,
Stella Louise Jewell.
Harry Walter Johnson.
Effie Louise Jones.
Mariel Theresa Jones.
Mildred Ida Kay.
rna Barbara Kess.
Nellie Content Klmberly.
..u.u-i Aiuta Kunkel.
George William Learner.
Bcrnice Marie Lee.
Leta Blanche Linen.
Cornelia Frances Llndsey.
Charles Lester Lowry.
Blanche Margaret Lyman.
Flossie Louise Lyons.
William Estill McConnell.
Jean Elizabeth McGahey.
A mm, Claire McKlnnon.
Grace Norris McLaln.
Cecilia Genevieve Malone.
Elsie Forest Mathews.
May Mauri ne Miller.
Janice Elizabeth Morgan.
Reuben Allyn Moser.
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Age has Its attractions no less than
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But it la this very life of rest without
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Most elderly people are troubled in
this way, with accompanying symptoms
of belching, drowsiness after eating,
headaches and general lassitude. Fre
quently there Is difficulty of digesting
even light food. Much mental trouble
ensue?, as It is hard to find a suitable
remedy. First of all the advice may be
given that elderly people should not use
salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters,
or any of the more violent purgatives.
What they need, women as well as men.
Is a mild laxative tonic, one that is
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Emma Josephine Oak.
Harold Allen Osborne.
' Anna Charlotte Pagel.
Irwin Ross Palmer.
Clara Helen Pearson.
Orville Hugh Pierce,
John Frannlin Pow.
Walter Robert Power.
. Eva Carolyn Ptace.
Adaline May Quaintaace.
Edna May Randall.
Bertha Emma Rang.
Robert Eno Benjamin Rice.
Paul Sheldon RivetL
Bertha Alice Roac'a.
Florence Ethel RobU. ,
Paul Brandt Roen.
David Miles Rogers.
Ward Matter Rubendall
Florence Frances Rush
Richard Allen Russell
Marrlet Missouri Rymer
Loy Earl Sackett
Grace Murray Salisbury
Ethel Augusta Scott
Marjorle Cornelia Selleck
Arthur Lawrence Smith
Lora Viola Smith
Hazel Frost Snell
Erwin Paul Snyder
Earle Rowe Spauldlng
James Benedict Spauldlng
Julia Matilda Spear
Alma Ionia Spelts
Hazel Martha Stanton
Helen Margarette Stelner
Elvessa Anne Stewart
Marguerite Theresa Stewart
Alma Leona Sullivan
Mabel Gertrude Sullivan
Hazel Feme Teeter
James Leonard Tewell
Gladys Elizabeth Thomas
Racnel. Merle Thomas
Lois Margaret laompson
Margaret Louise Thompson
Mary Ruth Tibbets
Dana Burgess Van Dusen
Grace Isabeile Walker
Kenneth Fisher Warner
John Cicero Watson, jr.
Frances Alice whaley
Hazel Vera (Williams
Clara Owsley Wilson
Wade Angus Wilson
Alwine Caroline Wllheimina Ziumwlnkel
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE.
Alfred Washington Adson
ueorge wasnington covey
Ralph Ward Dawson
Anna Merritt East
Harold Walter Elley
John Paul Ham.
Charles Wesley Warren Harms
Robert Steele Irvine
John Jay Keegan
Earl Albert Linger
Earle Lester Llonberger
Mollle June McComb
Jesse Uriah Malick
Seth Herbert Miles
Allen Thurman Newman
Alfred Edwin Parmelee
Ethel June Purlnton
Harry Landis Thompson
Joseph William Tobiska
Blaine Augustus Young
Candidate for Certificate.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
Verna Grace Coleman
Teachers College Diploma and Uni
versity Teachers Certificate.
BACHELOR OF ARTS.
Ellen Amalia Anheuser
Frieda Elisabeth Arnold
Grace Mildred Bennett
Ora Geraldine Bradbury
Hattie Mabel Brodrlck
Grace Helen Burritt
Alice Orlntha Chambers
Wauneta Emma Cook
Wilma Ruth Crossley
Celia Grace Davis
Mabelle Eva Davis
Frances Aileen Dunham
Lucile Blanche Eads '
Hazel Lois Foster
Frances Edith Francis
Grace Marie Gannon
Mabelle Frances Gowing
Lloyd Dickson Halsted
Irma Louise Herman
Amy Marie Holcomb
Effie Louise Jones
Mildred Ida Kay
Anna Barbara Kess
Margaret Anita Kunkel
Bernlce Marie Lee
Leta Blanche Linch
Katnryn Marie Lowry
Cordelia Elizabeth Luikart I'll)
Flossie Louise Lyons
Jean Elizabeth McGahey
May Maurine Miller
Emma Josephine Oak j
Anna Charlotte Pagels
Clara Helen Pearson
Eva Carolyn Ptacek
Bertha Alice Roach
Harriet (Missouri Rymer
Ethel Augusta Scott
Alma Ionia Spelts
Hazel Martha Stanton
Marguerite Theresa Stewart
Rachael Merle Thomas
Lois Margaret Thompson -Margaret
Alwine Caroline Wllheimina Zumwlnkel
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE.
Sarah Florence Bailey
Evelyn Eleanor Johnson
Berna Ann Miskell ('IU
TECUMSEH PROTESTS ON
RAISE IN 'PHONE RATES
TECUMSEH, Neb., June ll.-(Speclal
Telegram.) A mass meeting of citizens
was held at the Commercial club rooms
last night to protest against the proposed
raise In telephone rates here. The Lin
coln Telegraph 6. Telephone Co. now
owns the lines formerly owned by the
Johnson County Home company and the
Bell company. The proposed advances
in rates were discussed and a iVstltion
complaining of the same to the railway
commission was largely signed. A com
mittee including J. C. Moore, W. A. Ap
person and S. W, Thurber were named to
go before the railway commission with
Notes from York.
YORK, Neb., June 11. (Special.) The
eld settlers of York county will hold a
big gathering in this city August 10.
The city and county health boards will
hold their convention here June 25-26. An
attendance of more than 1U0 Is looked for.
This will be the second annual conven
tion of this organization..
Yesterday morning the thirty-third an
nual session of the York County Insti
tute convened with 130 teachers enrolled.
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Dever
was held this afternoon. She died at her
home In Aurora, Mo.
Trenraaeh Milliner? Store Robbed.
TECUMSEH, Neb., June lL-(Speclal.)-
! .Mrs. D, B. Colhapp's millinery store here
I a as broken Into and $160 worth of mll
I linery goods stolen. Some of the goods
were found In possession of Mabel Parish,
lie 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ueury Paiixh. She was taken before
quirements, asd has in addition tonic
properties that strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo
ple use, to the exclusion of all other rem
edies. Trustworthy people like Mr. J. S.
Martin. 1021 So. Main St.. Centervllle,
Iowa, and W. P. Master, Missouri Val
ley, Iowa, say they take it at regular
Intervals and In that way not only main
tain general good health, but tnat they
have not In years felt as good as they
no. now. You will do well to always
have a bottle of It In the house. It Is
good for all the family.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying it in the regular
way of a druggist, at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, 4U5 Washington St.,
Monticello. 111. Your name and address
on a postal card will do.
County Judge James Livingston today
and was bound over for a hearing on
June 30. Bond was fixed at J1.0CO, which
was furnished by her parents.
CLUB AFTER RAILROAD
BEATRICE, Neb.. June U -(Speclal )-
The committee from the Beatrice Com
mercial club having In charge the matter
of securing the extension of the Missouri
Pacific road from Virginia, Neb.,
Beatrice, a distance of thirteen miles
held a meeting Monday afternoon and
discussed the proposed project. Three
the committee who last week vislte,
Kansas City and St. Louis in the inter
est of the project reported that the com
pany had refused to build the exten
at the present time. The Commercial
club will not let the matter, drop, how
ever, and will later make another effort
to secure the extension.
MUs Gerturde Balers died Monday
morning at th home of her grand par
ents, Mr. and Sfrs! Bstiry Black, aged
years. Brief funeral services were held
this morning at 10 o'clock, after which
the remains were taken to Daykln, Neb,
word was received here Monday an
nounclng the death of Francis Leonard,
a former resident of Beatrice, which oc
curred in a hospital at EVanston, 111
The body will be brought to Beatrice for
According to the government gauge,
the rainfall which visited thts section
Saturday and Sunday amounts to 1.50
Announcement was received Monday of
the marriage of Arthur J. Cullen, a for
mer Beatrice resident, and Miss May
Sophia Lesem, which occurred at the
brides home in New Orleans, La., last
Saturday. They will make their home
Perkins is Blamed
for Causing Run on
Bank During Panic
NEW YORK, June lO.-The blame for
the run on the Trust Company of America
during the panic of 1907 was credited
today to stories printed in the New York
newspapers on information obtained
from George W. Perkins, according to
testimony given at the resumption of
bearings in the government suit to dls
solve the United States Steel corpora
The testimony was elicited by Judge
Dickinson, attorney for the government.
in an effort to prove that the run was a
part of a plan to "hammer" the stock
of the Tennessee Coal and Iron company
in the interest of the United States cor
poration, which took over the Tennessee
company during the panic.
It was testified by Oaklelgh Thome,
former president of the trust company,
that the Institution held Tennessee Iron
and Coal stock as collateral when the
run began. He declared the run was
directly due to an article published in
the New York Times referring to his
institution as a "sore spot" in the finan
cial situation. His testimony was sup
plemented by that of Osmund Phillips
of the Times staff, who said he secured
from Mr. Perkins, then a partner in J.
P. Morgan & company, and a director
In the steel corporation, the information
upon which the article in the Times was
MULES BEAT AUTOMOBILES
IN EXPERIMENTAL MARCH
DUBUQUE, la., June It-Colonel Get
ty's experimental regiment of more than
2,000 seasoned soldiers from Forts Snell
lng, Crook, Brody and Sheridan, which
have been encamped here for a week, re
ceived marching orders this morning and
crossed the Mississippi river Into Wis
consin for the practice march to Bparta,
Wis., the national maneuver grounds, the
march to be by the way of Madison.
As soon as the troops were on Wisconsin
soil they were supposed to be In the vi
cinity of an Imaginary enemy, so scouts
were sent out and all side roads were
At noon the troops had dinner by the
roadside at Falrplay, Wis., twelve miles
distant from Dubuque.
At Pierre the troops went Into camp
ror tne nignt, eighteen miles from Du
buque. Officers reported that the men
stood the trip in good shape.
This first day's march of the expert
mental army which was meant to de
termine for one thing, the best means
of transportation, the mule or the auto
mobile, resulted In a victory for the
muie. At o clock the mule teams
S HE DARKENED HER
A Kansas City Lady Darkened Her
Ciray Hair and Stimulated Its
Growth by a Simple Home
She Tells Xow She Bid It
Mrs. A. Blggam, a well known resi
dent of Kansas City, Mo., who dark
ened her gray hair by a simple home
process made the following statement:
"Any lady or gentleman can darken
their gray or faded hair, stimulate its
growth and make It soft and rlossy
with this simple recelpe, which they
can mix at hoitie. To half pint of
water add 1 oz. of bay rum, 1 small
box of Barbo Compound and oz of
glycerine. These Ingredients can be
purchased at any drug store at very
little cost. Apply to the.hatr twice a
week until the gray hairls darkened
sufficiently, then every two weeks
This nrlxture relieves Itching and
scalp troubles, and Is excellent for dand
ruff and falling hair. It does not stain
the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and
does not rub off. It will hake a gray
haired person look 10 to 20 years
10 TfM'W.'MT'H nMWnJMsVI'V
with camp supplies and provisions, had
arrived on the ground, but at 7:30 there
was not a sign of an automobile.
LATEST FIGURES SHOW
STERLING STILL LEADS
PIERRE, S. D., Juno U.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) 'With five counties yet out,
totals here up to this evening on con
tested republican state places are: Byrne,
36,753; Eagan, 27,923; Cull, 6,331; Abel,
34.670; Van- Osdel, 24,907; Heppe.rlee, 18,057;
Glastwer, 17,228; Pay. 14,848; Ewert, 32.931;
Piokney, 27,279; Corson, 25,541; Folljy,
34,104; Haney, 28,266; Uates, 30.S43.
The same counties give Sterling 2I.9S3,
Gamble, 23.207. With the purported- offi
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cial vote of Butte and Dewey on senator,
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pver the delegation headed by Andrew
Lee. The "Champ Clark" delegation gets
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