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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914.
MANY MEETINGS IN LINCOLN
Large Number in Attendance at
BANQUETS ORDER OF EVENING
!cernl Snrlrtlea Olpbrnte tiet-1
Tnnrthrr Time li- IlcililInK
Meet In an nt Hotels In
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 3).-(Spelal.)-OrKanlzcd
ngriculture held meetings to
day In all parts of tho city and a large
attendance Is reported from most of the
meetings. In addition tc- organized ng
llculture other meetings like tho state
superintendents, county assessors, tax
commission and a few others have been
sandwiched In and on all sides groups
of men In discussion show that that week
Is bound to be an Important one In many
One of tho most Important meetings
was held at the Commercial club this
evening, the session taking on the na
ture of a banquet In which nearly nil
county fair associations of the stnto
were represented. H. P. Wilson of Gen
eva Is the president of tho association
and Senator W. II. Smith of Seward secretary-treasurer.
Addresses were deliv
ered by eeveral members of the asso
ciation and Ptof. C. W. Pugstey spoke
fin the state farm i xliibita nt county
The Nebraska State Horticultural so
ciety held a session at the Llndcll hotel,
II. Barnard of Omaha Is president
and J. It. Duncan of Lincoln, secretary.
3n the evening the annual banquet w
he'd at the Llndcll hotel.
The Nebraska Homo Economics asso
ciation held forth at the state farm to
day. The officers of thl3 association are
Sirs. Kmma Heed Davidson of Lincoln,
jiresident; Mrs. J. D. Dean of Broken
P.ow. vice president: Mrs. J. P. Mann
of Bethany, secretary, and MIes Irene
Miner of Bed Cloud, treasurer.
The. Nebraska Live Stock Feeders' as
sociation, Senator J. A. Ollls of Ord. pres
ident, and II. J. aramllch of Lincoln,
secretary, with tho horse breeders' as
sociation, Frank Howard, Pawnee City,
president, and H. J. .Gramllch, secretary,
met at tho stock judging pavilion at tho
state fair grounds this afternoon. Dr.
O, W. McCampbcll of Manhattan. Kun.,
and Prof. K. A. Trowbridge of Columbia,
Mo were tho principal speakers.
In connection with there meetings tho
Swln Breeders' association, with F. C.
Crocker of Flllcy, president, and O. 8.
Tlmmons, Valley, secretary, held ut
meeting at the same place. Prof, T. K.
Patterson of tho Minnesota College of
Agriculture spoko on the home muring of
meets. In the morning. In tho afternoon,
Dr. M. II. Reynolds, state vcternarlan of
Minnesota, spoke on "Tho Fundamentals
of Live Stock Sanitary Control",;, Dr. S.
E. Cosford, of the United States Bureau
of Animal Industry, spoko on "Methods
of Controllng Disease," and Dr. W. 11.
Miles and Dr. M. Dorset, of the same
bureau, talked on "The Methods of Con
trolling Hog Cholera'." A demonstration
First rb the chert or throat whK
Omega Oil; then soak a piece of flan
nel with the Oil and put it around the
neck or throat, and cover with a piece
ff dry flannel. This simple treatment
antally giTcs relief. Trial bottle ioc.
of tho simultaneous inoculation against
cholera was given.
Beginning this evening Prof, corgo Con
dra, who has chargo of the conservation
work of tho state, exhibited motion pic
tures of the beet sugar Industry In the
stJte with others showing the alfalfa In
dustry In western Nebraska. During the
week all pictures secured by him In his
conservation work will to shown.
Farm Ruined in
Will Do All it Can to Assist Farm
ers' Inquiry Board.
FIRST SESSION AT LINCOLN
TECVMSHH, Neb., Jan. 2u.-(!?peclal.)-John
Ward, formerly county treasurer
of this county, is here from Powell,
Wyo., having been called hero by sick
ness In his family. Following his term
of office here, Mr. Ward took his family
to Cody, Wyo., a few years ago and
took a government farm nedr tho big
reservoir on the Cody government irri
gation project. Mr. Ward Improved his
place and expected to establish his per
manent homo there. Two years ngo tho
large reservoir became dry and the slit
In tho bottom of the reservoir began
blowing Into the air. The result was
that Mr. Ward and three of his neigh
bors, all of whom lived near the res
ervoir, lost their lands by tho same be
coming covered by this silt. Mr. Ward)
says it blew, nrotind like snow, and In
places It would drift to a depth of six
or seven feet. The wind would change1
and the drifts would blow to new loca
tions. All the land was covered. Tho
last few. weeks tho man remained on his)
place lie said lie would go out to work,
lay a shovel down and In fifteen minutes i
It would be covered. Ho had to abandon
his farm and leave his buildings behind.
His family came to Tecumseh and Mr.
Ward went to work at Powell. The mat
ter of the loss was taken up with thoj
government and the men have promlso
of remuneration somo time, but tho gov
ernment finds the case to be decidedly
unusual, no provision being made to caw
fcr such cases, and it is going to take
a special act of congress to take care of
Prrattlcnt Ilohrrt Ketnrt Last
I'nlr Most Mncrmafnl -Herretnrr
Mellor Uotnlln Activities of
Xmtn from Fnlrlury.
FAIUBUBY, Nob., Jan. 20. (Special.)
An Important change luis been made In
the assignment of engineers on the Falr
inirv.Tinrtnn nnasenccr runs. Fred Mc-
Kercher, who has been hauling the local
freight runs, Falrbury to Belleville. Kan.,
has been assigned to local passenger
runs, Falrbury to Horton. McKcrchcr
.ucceeds Alfred A. Struube, who nns
been promoted to tho Denver Exproris
and Kooky mountain runs, Falrbury to
Council Bluffs, la. These changes are
attributed to the retirement of K. W.
S. T. Patterson, formerly a locomotive
engineer on the Nebraska, division, -with
headquarters in this city, has been ap
pointed supervisor of locomotive opera
tion of tho Chicago terminal and Illi
nois dlvisllns, with headquarters in Chi
cago. It. B. Borland has been appointed
Bock Island agent and-operator at Ellis
in this county In place of A. W. Koontz.
R. L. Brown of Topeka, Kan., hiaa
arrived in Falrbury and taVcen a posi
tion as station supervisor with hend
quarters In Falrbury. Mr. Brown -will
havo Jurisdiction over all tho agents and
stations on the Nebraska division.
Noten from York.
YORK, Neb., Jan. 20. (Spcdal.)-33lght-cn
members of the York fire department
will attend the state meeting at Colum
bus. York county poultry raisers made a
largo shipment to the state poultry show
now on at Grand Island.
The committee, on finance has estimated
, that It will cost J61.650 to pay ths ex
TAF1 BAN AT York county for the year 1914.
Mrs. Anna Gallaway died at her home
near McCopl Sunday morning; aged 78
years. She came to York county with
her husband and settled on a, farm near
that village in I860, where oho had since
Mrs. C. B. Hendricks died at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Sloniger in Lushton Sunday aged 27 years.
About the Capital
as Crowds Come
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
$50 9x12 Rugs for $37.50
All Perfect Hartford -Saxonys
To buy new perfect Hartford-Saxony Rugs
at such a price is an opportunity seldom offered.
The supply is necessarily limited. Over produc
tion at the null made possible our purchase of a
quantity of Hartford-Saxonys the highest qual-
ity of domestic rugs at an off price. All are
perfect rugs, good patterns and colorings. They
are selling fast.
Other sizes at corresponding prices.
An Exceptional Brass Bed Value
As illustrated this bed has
2-inch continuous posts, 5
vertical fillers, in satin
finish, the very best lac
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(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Xcb., Jan. i0. (Spcclal.)
The State Board of Agriculture held a'
meeting today at tho rooms of tho Com
mercial club and checked up the business
of tho past year and went over the pre
mium list with tho Idea of correcting any
changes that might bo needed. Tho mat
ter of the Investigation of the -jtato
board with the Idea of reorganization was
discussed and a general feeling expressed
that every effort should be made by the
board tor assist tho committee In Its
Tho report of the president and ecro
tnry was read and also of tho treasurer.
President Joseph Roberts said that the
fair of 1913 had been the most success
ful In tho history of tho organization.
"Wliile there have been years that
showed a larger attendance there has
never been a time when as much value
was represented as this year. This was
due to two things, tho high class of unl
mals of all kinds on exhibition and tho
great display of machinery, Including
tractors and automobiles. While hog
?'AJn 1912 C08t t,le country almost
1.000.000,000 pounds of meat, enough to
supply ten Pounds to every man, woman
and child In the United States, In WIS
the loss was much greater, Iowa alone
losing about J10.000.000: yet our hog exhibit
was one of tho best ever held, and I
am sure that much credit Is due Super
intendent E. Z. Russell for tho great show
In that department.
"I shall not attempt to take up tho
departments separately, but will say that
I like the spirit manifested by each super
intendent, that upon his ,r her class de
pends the success or failure of the fair;
and when such a feeling exists, the dif
ferent departments are sure to bo taken
-Mel lor ItpvltMvn Work.
However, I do desire to say Just a word
regarding the two new features that wem
added to our fair this year, the boys'
and babies departments. To my mind
those are a great advertisement as well
as the greatest educational exhibits thut
we have at our fair. 1 hav
marks mado by the bnv nn,i i,in 1
ents that the Instruction tliev rtvn.i
from those In charge of that department
was as beneficial to them as six months
.11 iiiu VUIIUIIINI SCMOOIR.
Secretary W. R. Mellor reviews the
work of the organization and says that
tho 1913 fair attained the high mark in
total number of exhibits made. He
speaks especially of the hotr exhibit.
which excelled all previous exhibits of
other years. Attention Is called to tho
laying of sidewalks from the flagstones
formerly used for walkB at tho capltol
grounds and tho paving of Seventeenth
street to meet the city navlnrr nt thn
fair grounds line, costing J2.0G6.31.
Permanent improvements. In addition to
repairs costing J3.102.16 have been mado
amounting to Jll.151,90, as follows:
Art hall flxtUI-flS. 1447! olnHnM ltl.
bleachers. J1.1C0.C9: ririni.-ino- i.'
?,8nW;Me4.caat,.nfr' ,l'a66-30i machinery
hall, J2.271.10; fencing, JS38.16; navlmt:
J2,066.31; sewers. Jl.820.35: water maln
JS1&.Z4; sidewalks, J512.35.
Receipts of the fair for last year were
JS1.423.19. If which tho following are u
few of the most Important Items:
tickets, turnatllen. 31
S.ItI.nJ?,. 5.913: evenings and Sunday.
exhibitors. $1,420; a total of J 10.:
G67.60. At the race track tho receipts
w.ere;.oPiSacherBl 2'"-25: exchange tick
ets, J121.25; grandstand. 1S.603.0K; n
llnlanrr on Hand.
There was a balance on hand from last
year of J22.1S4.88, which ran tho total
cash up to J103,G08.07. Tho disbursements
were $6,688.93 and outstanding warrants
$16,919.14, which will leave on hand to
the credit of the association $17,360.14.
Advertising cost tho association 53.914.71:
attractions, $7,075; bands, $3,408.62; build
ing material, $7,307.49; postage, $1,347.02.
Premiums to tho corn show wero $171;
horticulture, $1,200; speed, $8,560, and gen
eral premiums, $19,061.26. The printing
bill was $1,329.72; officers received In sal
aries, $3,260; superintendents, $2,712.98;
clerks, $3,850.72; guards, J1.S63.69, and les
ser expenses of the help ran the total
expense of labor to run tho organization
ono year to $23,866.37.
The Scott act, which created a bureau
of agricultural statistics and publicity,
passed by the last legislature and placing
the management of the same under the
State Board of Agriculture has been In
operation ever since the bill was passed
and a dally service has been established
for the dally press and a weekly service
for the county press and feature stories
have from time to tlmo been prepared.
A system of preparing crop reports has
been carried on and an effort made to
get as far as possible correct reports
from sources whero the tnfomation gained
could be considered reliable.
(troin a Staff Coricspoiidcnt.)
1.1NCOUN, Jan. 20.-(8pcclal.)-Vhllo
tho main feature of tho Hirelings of ng
riculture Is to gain a knowledge of how
to grow corn, hogs and other farm pin
Unctions so they will bring the most In
the way of results, another feature is
shown In the growth of several boom
lets for state offices by thoso who are
In attendance. Today was really tho
first day of tho gatherings, but two or
three very good beginning have made
their appearance thus early In tho wee.
Among the most healthy Is that of
Clyde Barnard for the republican nomi
nation for secretary of state, lie Is not
at all backward In saying he Is going
after tho nomination and that In a few
days he will file for the place and pro
mulgate a platform In connection. Mr.
narnard has been In the political spot
light for a nutviber of years. He never
before aspired tolrun for a political office J
which was to come from tho people, but
lie has been assistant clerk of the Imvor
branch of tho legislature several times
and was clerk ono term. At the las)
session of the senate he was elected sec
retary of that body.
William Hnrrlson Smith of Seward,
democratic senator from that county, ed
itor of Iho Peward Dcmocrnt and author
of several bills which were passed by
the last legislature and several more
which did not, thinks n two-year Job at
least as secretary of state wolild about
tit tho t-ltuatlon In his cnse.
Senator J. A. Ollle Is taking a sldolong
glance whenever ho passes down the cor
ridor of tho state house at the railway
commission. It Is Intimated that the sen
ator has designs on Tom Hall's Job and
belloves that he can mako a record which
would bear Investigation.
Senator John Heasty of Falrbury would
not be adverso to receiving the repub
lican nomination for nttorney general.
Dan Klllcn of Gage county 1 among
the list also for the republican nomina
tion for governor. Ho thinks It early to
mako definite arrangements, but may
bo in the race.
VOLUNTEER FIREMEN I
ARRIVING AT COLUMBUSj
COHWtlirS. Nob., Jan. 20.-(8peclal
Telegram.) The advnlicr delegates to tho
thirty-second annual meeting of the Vol- ;
unteer Ktremen's association havo been
arriving today, and tho secretary's roll
shows MS members with seventy-five ;
towns represented. Ord and Norfolk ar
rived In special cars and the Ord dele
gation was accompanied by the band
trom that place.
Secretary Miller Is located at the Kvans
and ts getting toady for the sessions of '
tho association. There Is a very good
d'splay of fire apparatus made by tho
manufacturers. The souvenir badge this
year Is something out of tho ordinary,
being designed by Secretary 8huw of the
local department. It is oxidized copper
and the upper portion la a likeness of
the local chief, Ilert J. Galley, who Is
an ex-presldent of the association.
The first business session was hold to
night at tho North theater, after which
the visitors wore given a free entertain
ment nt the Lyric and a ball after the
6how. Tho streets aro decorated with
bunting and many colored lights and tho
merchants havo decorated tho business
houses for tho occasion.
OTHER SPECIAIi FURNITURE VALUES
$10.00 Iron Bed, white enamel, full sire S7.50
$20.00 Princess Dresser, golden oak, 21x10, bevel
plate mirror S21.00
$12.no Iledroom Rocker, Circassian walnut. . . . 810.00
$30.00 Mahogany Dressing Table $20.00
$34.00 Chiffonier, white enamel $24.00
$20.00 AVood Ued, full sire, white enamel. .. .$15.00
$85 Wardrobe Trunk for $65
In the Basement.
To reduce our stock of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, special
prices are marked. The selection is the best In the city.
, Bathroom Fixtures Lindsay Gas Lamps Lunch Basket! and
Chafing Dishes greatly reduced.
Mrs. Pmil Sue for III roc.
MADISON, Neb., Jan. 20. (Special.)
Mrs. Maria Paul has commenced divorce
proceedings ogalnit her husband, Gus-
tav Paul, charging extreme cruelty and
praying for the custody of her children
and reasonable alimony. Defendant's
property Is valued at $30,000, consisting of
farm lands and personal property In tho
vicinity of Newman Grove. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul were married In 1891.
NevrM IS'oten of Alllnui'p,
ALLIANCE, Nob., Jan. 20. (Special.)
P. E. Romlg. J. W. Guthrie, Lloyd
Thomas, Harold Snyder, George Nation,
Carl Spacht, K. O. Lalng, Dwlght
Zedlker and D. S. Rowland, members of
the Alliance Volunteer Fire department.
left this morning for Columbus, Neb.,
where they will attend the Nebraska
State Volunteer Firemen's association
convention being held there this week,
"Solly" Wood Is being held In the
county Jail kvaltlng the result of In
juries sustained by Tommy Smith In the
crap -game fight at the Iatter's house
early Sunday morning. He was shot
through the left lung, the bullet passing
entirely through his body. Neely Smith,
a brother, was shot through the leg by
Wood. All are colored.
The funeral of Frank O. McFarland.
was held Monday afternoon under the
auspices of the Ancient Free and Ac
cepted Masons. Rev. O. S. Baker of the
First Methodist Episcopal church con
ducted the services. The Modern Wood
men also attended in a body.
Notes fruni Hmtrlor.
HHAT1UCK, Neb., Jon. 20.-(8peclal.)-Androw
Nlclson, a chiropractor of Oils
city, was brought before County Judge
Walden Monday on the charge of prac
ticing medicine without a state certificate.
Ho pleaded not guilty and was bound .over
to tho district court.
Voll Hyde, aged 42 years, and Fannie
M. Rcld, aged 41 years, both of IJneoln,
wero married Monday by Judge Walden.
Tho annual meeting of the German
Savings and I.onn association was held
Monday and the following officers
elected: President. Phillip Graff; vice
president. J. K, Lang; treasurer, Carl
Sondercggcr; secretory, W, J, Mohlman,
The officers and Henry T. Jurgens com
prise tho board of directors.
A big wolf hunt will be held next
Friday east of' llolmetvllle. All wolves
raptured or killed will be auctioned off
to the highest bidder at the roundup to
be held In Gcorgo Rolf fa pasture.
Lnuls Rail, a civil engineer In the em
ploy of the Burlington, who was born
and raised in Beatrice, died In Lincoln
Monday morning following an operation
nt St. Elizabeth's hospital. The body
was brought hero for Interment.
An Event of Importance
That will interest every
man and young man in Omaha and
vicinity who has not attended our
great Half Price Sale.
Wednesday Night's Papers
For Full Particulars
Don't Miss It.
MHN A SWANSON.we
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Unity llecoiiies Hentl-Wcrkly. '
SUPERIOR. Neb., Jan. SO.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Tho Superior Journal has
been obliged temporarily to discontinue
tho dally, which has run over twenty
five years, and now Is publishing a semi-weekly.
FOR BETTER RURAL COURSE
(From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN, Jon. 20.-(Spoclal.)-A scs
Mon of the state superintendents of the
state was held In the senate chamber of
tho state houso today, about forty bcln
Miss Anna Day of the superintendent's
office talked on the subject of state tld
to weak school districts, and a general
discussion wm had on certification. Those
taking part were Grimes of Custer, Solck
of Butler, Gardner of Lancaster, Oliver
of Richardson, Collins of Sarpy and
Miss McKlnney of Loup.
A resolution was passed unanimously
that thcro should be a reorganization of
the present courso of study to cover a
moro practical lino In rural districts,
arithmetic, writing, geography nnd ono
or two of tho most practical studies to
be tho foundation for the new courso
while skating on a small
passes his father's farm.
Two boys In passing along the bank heard
the child's screams and tried to save him,
but' wore unsuccessful. They soon re
covered the body by the use of a rope.
He was the only child of Mr. and Mrs.
Child Drumieil While Hknllnqr.
BEATRICE, Neb., Jan. 20. (Special
Telegram.) Bernard, tho 7-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. U, G. Chapman, living a
mllo southeast of Wymorc, was drowned
Sml After Ytirs if
Htidaohts aiti Misiry
By having my eyes fitted with glasses
by Dr. McCarthy. He gives -scientific ex
aminations and fits
your eyes with the
proper glosses at
prices within the
reach of every one.
Don't nut it off
cpme now. If you
have not the ready
money you can man
age to pay as you are
able. Remember, he
has served our peo
ple for over 15 years,
and satisfaction is
guaranteed in every
case he takes on th eye and ear.
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1111 W. O. W. SlOft-.,
Offle Xonrs, 8130 to SiM; Sundays,
Dnwaon Man Dlupprnra.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Jan. 20.-(Bpeclal.)
Roy Judd of Dawson disappeared from
his home Sunday very mysteriously.
Searching parties ' are out hunting for
him, but thus far have been unable to
locate him. However, they found a note
on the railway track which sold that he
Intended to commit suicide. The young
man was well known kl of good habits,
and the only cause knJwn for his dis
appearance is that the girl whom he was
In love with refused to marry him.
Hueklen'a Arnlen Solve
cured Ben Pool of Threet, Ala., after
being dragged over a gravel road bed.
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