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TI1W TJKK: OMAHA, AVHDXKKDAY, MAY fi, 15)14.
PHOTO MEN HOLD SESSION
State Convention is in Progress at
the Capital City.
DEMONSTRATIONS BEING HELD
l.fnallns; Mm of thr rrofcunlon nirr
Kxnniptcn nt Their .MrthmU
lleforo the Anrn)lIrI
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN", May 6.-(Speclal.)-The
ttNcnty-rtfth convention of the Nebraska
riiotopraphers' association convened In
Lincoln this morning and will be in ses
ldti Including Thursday.
The convention Is being held at the,
Undcll hotel and the display of samples
of work by tho different photographers of
the state and also by several firms over
tli.e country is especially commendable.
The displays by the Pcnsylvanla Pro
fessional Photographer' society and that
of the Woman's Federation of Photo
graphers of America draw an army of
admirers. The latter display covers work
done by women photographers from all
raits of the country, and as far cast ns
Berlin, N. H.
An interesting part of tho convention
work Is the demonstrations in photo
graphy In charge of Alva C. Townsend of
Lincoln. Tills afternoon Carl Ettner of
Omaha, assisted by Floyd Whipple with
Mlsa Tjuclle Johnson as the subject gave
the first demonstration In photographic
Following this Charles Cady of Omaha
with .Miss Kthcl Schmltr. ns his subject
gave another demonstration of work. At
4 O'clork J. T. Wilson of Pawnee City
assisted by Nate Corning, demonstrated
the art of photography with two sub
jects, Miss Marjory and Master Kenneth
The last demonstration of the after
noon was ono of flash light work by n.
C. Wilson with a flash cabinet Ho was
assisted In the demonstration by A. W.
A1cn with Miss Olive Ladd as the sub
ject. The business session opened this morn
ing with the usual addresses of welcome
from the mayor and president, In which
responses were made by Carl Eitner of
Omaha and Charles Cady, followed by a
lecture by J. C. Abel.
In the evening a social hop and con
cert finished the first day's proceedings.
Tomorrow the regular program out
lined by the commltteo will be given and
the day's work closed with tho "annual
banquet in the hotel dining room.
Glnndern In Soott'a Illtiff.
Dr. Klgin, state veterinarian, went to
Magrew, In Scott's Bluff county this
evening to look up a report he had. re
ceived that horses there were suffering
with glanders and to do what he could
to abate the disease if he found that tho
rumors were correct.
Xeir Oninha Firm,
The Italian Imported Grocers' company
of- Omaha filed articles of incorporation
with the secretary of state today. Tho
company 1b Incorporated . for $15,000 and
Joseph Salerlho, Alflo Uarrotto and John
D. Wear are the Incorporators,
- n 1 n . .
iiunrii M iuhi iiritMi
2 Tha.Stkte. Board.. of .Control has been
Wrestllne with thn hHrk nrnttlm thn
'last two days and the front office looks
like a brick yard, so many samples of
different kinds have been vbrought for
their- Inspection. The board -needs 300,000
face brick for three Institutions, one at
the Orthorpedlc hospital in Lincoln, ono
at the deaf school at Omaha and the
third at the girls' school at Geneva.
Omaha. Man Gets License.
William L. Kramer of Omaha, aged
22, and Miss Guernsey Haynes of Blair,
aged 21, received a license to wed in Lin
clcnt number of voters was filed with
the secretary of state asking that the
proposition be submitted to the voters
this fall with the idea of killing the appropriation.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BBATIUCE, Neb., May 5.-(Speclal.l-Tho
amount of money that is estimated
by tho architects to make the Pad
dock hotel habltnble Is 63.0. At n
meeting of the Commercial club directors
Monday night the plans for remodeling
and improving the hotel, which has been
closed for a year, were submitted. It Is
planned to remove the opera house and
use the first floor of that space for a
dining room, kitchen and billiard room.
The removal of the old opera house was
strongly recommended by the architects.
It Is planned to form a stock company
to purchaso the building and A. II. KIdd
was authorized to appoint a committee
to ascertain whether the money could be
raised. The meeting adjourned until
Henry Edward Hegg of Lincoln and
Miss Clara Agnes Moschcll of this city
were married at St. Joseph's Catholic
church Monday morning. They will mako
their homo at Lincoln.
Wallace A. Girl of ltockford nd Miss
Anna M. Ilossart of this city were mar
ried at the bride's homo here, How L. D.
Tho Hoard of Kdticatlon hold a meet
ing Monday evening and organized by
electing H. A. Thompson, president: Dr.
C. W. Wnldcn, vice president, and Miss
Grace IJddlcott. secretary. The May
day festivities this year will be held
Mny 15 In the new athletic park, be
ginning at !:30 a. m.
MAKER STIRS HORNET'S NEST i Woodmen to Wage
Announcement o Candidate Makes VVcUm Xlgllb XUllttJ
Sensation Among Democrats
LANCASTER JUDGE REFUSES
TO ENJOIN REFERENDUUM
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., May 6.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) The Injunction asked by Senator
II. II. Bartllng and others on application
to the Lancaster county district court to
restrain the secretary of state from sub
mitting to the voters a recall on the Ne
braska City memorial armory proposition
was denied today by District Judge Stew
art. The case will be appealed to the
The last legislature voted an oppro
prlatlon of $20,000 for a memorial armory
on the site of old Fort Kearney at Ne
braska City and a petition with a suffl-1
m 7oten of West Point.
WBST POINT. Neb., May 5.-(8peclal.)
FTed D. Hunker, former mayor and
later state representative, has begun tho
preliminary work looking to the erection
of a $12,000 residence In this city.
F. A. Mewls, former county Judge;
Louis Dcwald, present Incumbent, and J.
C. Pinker, former clerk of the district
court, are each circulating petitions for
the nomination for county Judge of Cum
ing county at tho primaries.
Fred Senden has been reappointed city
water commissioner and commissioner of
sewers. Peter Hassler, the appointee of
tho new council, refused to qualify.
Montgomery & Son, hardware dealers
of Dodgo, have sold out their stock and
business to F. C. Horak.
Joseph Koepnlck, tse famous Bancroft
twlrler, who, two years ago worked on
the mound at Pierce In several close
games, has gone to Lowlstown, Mont
Mrs. Harry L. Keefe, formerly of this
city and now of Walthtll, will be one of
the principal speakers at the biennial
convention of the Federated Woman's
clubs at Chicago.
MAY FORCE DECIDED
HASTINGS, NVb. Way ft tSpeclal.)
Llaborate meuarntlons havr been mad?
STAND fr the triennial state convention of ih
Modern Woodmen of America, which will
I.lkrly In I'nuse I'nrty lit t'liinc Onl tnkn place here tomorrow. Although Ihei
Plat foaled on hc l.ronnxl
tlnnn It llns I.oiik Moon
jwlll be but 119 voting Celogates In the
, convention the nonofflclnl visitors will
I swell the attendance to several times
i that number. Scoies arrived today and
jtonlqht. Thn Hastings booster band gave
Im prullmtnarv concert this afternoon and
tonight an entertainment was given fur
t tho visitors at the cw Kerr opela house
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May .".-(Special.)-The man
Ifesto of Colonel John G. Mnher pub
llshed In connection with his filing for j ,,y lnK,0!uu lwxsMnH. tin, Hastings
,,-.,.. ' wir ucmocrHiic uckci ims j nmennrrchor mt tho Hastings College
caused a sensation
In democratic clr-
Hire club. An address was dollxered hy
llov. A. A. Hiooks of tho Methodist Rpls-
r . ........ 1 1 .. . I., .
ifuiiiiB, ll llns upunrii 11 .,i I,
fight In tho democratic Party which is I .r. ..;,.,., ..., ,.,, ,.v,v
liable to cause that party much trouble !
at Its next state convention. It will bo j
gates to tho Toledo bond camp. Both the
Insurgents mid administration forces are
' claiming a maiorlty In the convention.
compelled to take a stand on the pro-
m.u.uum. Bu.irnK- ou.cr .,.no f,Rlll wl ,,c n W1.m np .,,, ,
Important problems either for or against I ,,, ,.,, ., , v .,,,,, , ,,.
and the wishy-washy platforms of that j of h MlomU ',nKcnl movement, ro-
pnriy wnicn nave ucen conspicuous ior
thelt meaningless nothingness in tho past
under the manipulation of Mr. Bryan and
his friends, will have to be obliterated I
If the new Moses of the party can have
sides hero whllo A. It. Talbot, the bead
consul of tho order. Is a Nebraskan and
Is fighting to secure the state's delegation
to the head camp.
Democratic sentiment seoma about I Lid DOWIl Oil N01S6
evenly divided regarding the opinions as
expressed by Colonel Mnher.
When discussing the platform of Mr.
Mnher a leading democrat said today:
"It will compel us to take a stand one
way or tho other. 1 am heartily In sym
pathy with Colonel Mnher In what he nd-
vochtcs and while It may cause us some
trouble within the ranks. It Is hound to
draw to us those voters who believe In
having a principle and sticking to It,
and who do not now voto the democratic
Charles V. Bryan, who was frequently
alluded to In Mr. Mnher's platform,
though his name wns not mentioned,
when asked what he thought of tho
statement of Mr. Mnher, laughingly said:
"I am a great friend of the colonel's
and I hate to tako it seriously."
It is the general opinion of politicians
that on account of the Indirect charges
made against Mr. Bryan, he will be com
pelled In defense of the position he has
taken to file for tho democratic nomina
tion for governor without further delay.
n a hlfl rrifll.al (n H rt an will fnntt !
acknowledgement of the charges made
by Colonel Maher having foundation.
at Hastings Sundays
HASTINGS. Neb., May 5.-Speclnl )
The game between Hastings and ork
lasl Sunday whs the first Sabbath day
base ball ever played In Hastings and
th? attendance. In spite or the Inclement
woather, wet grounds and the fact that
It was a practice contest, exceed all ex
pectations. Close to 1,80) persons were
The Hastings management Iihs adopted
a rulo which has done away with most
of the objections to Sunday baso bull
that of requiring tho Sunday crowds to
keep the lid hard down on all boisterous
ncsB and loud cheering. President Dclnes
has decreed that nnybody who gets too
noisy nt the Sunday games will be put
off tho grounds.
The grandstand and bleachers have
been doubled In size In anticipation ot
Increasing attendance during the summer.
BARR WINS RE-ELECTION
DESIGN FOR WASHINGTON
MEMORIAL IS SELECTED
Notes from Harlan Countr.
ORLEANS, Neb., May 5. (Seclal.)-A
heavy rain up the Ssppa valley Sunday
night caused tho Republican river to
overflow and take out the Orleans mill
dam early Monday morning. An oil en
gine is being used for power until a new
concrete dam Is built.
D. S. J lard In, who served two terms In
the state legislature and created quite a
stir among his constituents by Introducing
a bill last session to double the sheriffs'
mileage fee. Is having petitions circulated
to enable him to fllo as a candidate for
county Judge under the nonpartisan law.
Three hundred pupils took the eighth
grade examination In Harlan county and
over 150 got a passing grade. The grad
uating class of the eighth grade this year
will be the largest In the history of the
Note from Dunbar.
DUNBAR. Neb., Ma 6. (Speclal.)
The 3-year-old baby ot Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Seyer was badly burned In the
face and neck, yesterday, by a pan of
boiling starch falling from a stove on
to the child.
B. F. Seifert, a farmer living north
of Dunbar, was stricken with paralysis
while In town. He was picked up and
taken home. This Is the third stroke he
has had In the past year and he Is In u
The following officers were elected In
Lee P. Gillette Lodge No. 272. Ancient.
Free and Accepted Masons last night:
W. M... Joel Eaton: 8. D., O. C. Baker:
.1. D., W. J. Harrison; secretary, S. M.
Scarborough; treasurer, Thomas Murray.
WASHINGTON. May C With archi
tects from all over the country compet
ing the plants submitted by Tracy &
Swartwout of New York City for tho
tt proposed George Washington memorial In
Washington have been selected as "the
mpst satisfactory." In announcing this
today tho Jury of award of the George
Washington Memorial association states
that the selected drawing will now bo
submitted to the National Fine Arts com
mission for approval.
The memorial was authorized by con
gress and Is to be located in the Mall.
Work of construction must begin before
March 1, 1915. This cannot be begun, how
ever, until $1,000,000 Is raised, although a
good part of It has been secured, officers
of the association say. The first award
of $1,600 goes to Tracy & Swartwout,
whose drawing depicts a fine colonial
building with pillared front and square
ground plan. The main, feature Is the
great auditorium seating 0,000 people,
which is arranged in tho form of an
ellipse, with the stage at one end and a
deep balcony encircling the whole.
RHEUMASALTS IS FINE
FOR TORPID LIVER
Learn How to Secure Quick
The liver Is the largest gland In the
body, weighing nearly four pounds. Its
main purpose Is to aid digestion and
make glycogen for the blood. So It Is
important to keep it working right.
If your liver Is lazy and yoUr kidneys
throb with a dnll ache, you need the sci
entifically blended and chemically pure
carbonated llthla drink called Rheuma
salts. Lame back, shooting pains, tired eel
lng, dizziness and nervousness simply
mean that your liver and kidneys are
clogged with Impurities, and that pois
onous uric acid is retarding their, work
of aiding the digestive functions and
filtering the blood. Flush your liver and
kidneys and set them wording right by
taking Rheumasalts In water for a few
Nearly all rheumatism, headaches,
nervousness, constipation, dizziness
sleeplesness and bladder disorders come
from torpid liver and sluggish kidneys.
Take Rheumasalts. This dellghtrul ef
fervescent llthla drink helps the weak'
ened kidneys and cleans out the stomach,
and eliminates toxins and poisons and
leaves' the Intestinal canal clean and
It is uric acid solvent as well as a
ttallne laxative. Acts quickly without
griping or nausea.
The next time your liver and kidneys
bother you or your back aches, ask your
druggist for a bottle of Rheumasalts. It
comes In 35c, 50c and $1.00 bottles. If he
hasn't the genuine Rheumasalts send the
price to the Rheumabath Company, Dept
5SZ, Minneapolis. Minn., for a bottle.
HASTINGS. Neb. May 6. -(Special.)
Tho fight over the election of a super
intendent of schools ended last night
when the Hustings Board of Uducatlnn
re-elected C. M. Barr for a term of three
years at a salary ot $2,500 per year. Fol
lowing tho formation of plans by tho
Barr opposition Mr. Unrr was endorsed
and recommended for re-election by tho
district mass convention. loiter the en-
I tiro ticket committed to Mr. Horr won
out in the district election. All but nine
of tho teachers petitioned the board In
HE WILL BE CANDIDATE
WIFE OF YOUNG BELMONT
IS GRANTED DIVORCE
NEW YORK, May 5. Kthel Lorraine
Belmont today won her separation suit
against Raymond Belmont, son of August
Bt-lmont, tho financier. Alimony at the
rate of $100 a month was allowed. Young
Belmont Is now abroad.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 5. (Special Tel-egram.)-II.
R. Sackett ot this city this
evening announced that he would be a
candidate for governor on the progress
ive ticket. A few days ago whllo he was
In St. Louis a report was circulated there
that he had withdrawn from tho race.
but today he stated there was no truth
in the report and that he mould be a can
didate. He was state senator from Gage
county a few years ago.
Farm House Near DeWlll llurnrd.
DEW1TT, Neb.. May 5. (Special.)
The large twelve-room house of William
McJunkln, three miles southeast of here.
was destroyed by flro Sunday afternoon
with all of Its contents except the piano.
A man named Jewell had his hands and
arms burned while trying to save some
ot the household goods. The loss will
amount to $3,000, partially covered by
Insurance. The origin of the fire Is un-
District Court at York,
YORK, Neb., May S.-(Speclal.)-Tho
May term of the district court was called
to order Monday morning by Judge
George F. Corcoran. There are forty-two
cases on the docket. There are three
divorce cases, and with the exception of
two or three Jury cases the balance are
law cases. The Jury has been dismissed
for the present, and at this time it is i
V. . . 1. . . 1 . I , , L , . . . I
muusiii. mere win no jury enses iriea
Slirlton Board Organises.
SHBLTON. Neb., May 5.-(Special.)-The
village 'board has organized by elect
ing J. B. Hodge chairman, G. L. Bastlan
clerk, R, Kesterson marshal and V. L.
Johnson treasurer. The finances of the
town are In good shape and water works
bonds will be largely reduced this year.
Saloon licenses were granted to M, Slat
tery and M. J. Klthcart.
Injured Under Car Whreln.
SBWARD, Neb., May 3.-(8pec.'al Tele
gram.) F, K, Davis of Rockport, Mo..
s6n of William Davis of that place, lost a
limb and sustained other severe Injuries
this afternoon when he fel under the
wheels of a southbound Burlington freight
train. His condition is critical.
WASHINGTON. May 5.-(Speclnl Tele
gram.) Nebraska pension granted: Ma
tilda Champe, Friend, $12;, Mary Lenz,
Grover B. Musser has been appointed
rural letter carrier at Avon, S. D.
Rural freo delivery routes to bo eatao
llshed June 1 and number ot families to
be served: Artas, Campbell county, S. D ,
route No. 1, length, thirty miles, seventy
soven families; route No. 2, length thirty
five miles, seventy-eight families, leav
ing 8:30 a. m.. average salary. $1,1); one
carrier to serve both routes.
South Dakota: Herrld, Campbell
county, route No. 2, length, thirty-one
miles. seventy-eight families; 0C60,
Bobne, Boone county, route No. 8.
length, twenty-eight and two-tenths
miles families, 125, salary, $1,100.
Postmasters appointed' Everly, Clay
county, Peter Wohlenberg, vice W C.
Swain, removed. Mondamln, Harrison
county, Gertrude M. Pitts, vice V B
MEN WOUNDED AT VERA
CRUZ TO BE BROUGHT NORTH
WASHINGTON. May 5. The hospital
ship Solace today was ordered to pro
ceed north at onco with the sailors and
marines wounded at the occupation of
Vera Cruz. It will land them clthur at
New York or Boston. Secretary Daniels
said the navy surgeons feared the effect
of tho climate on their patient.
WORTH TO $25.00,
All run down? Avf$ SartapartUa
ti strong nerve torrfc No akoboL
Bold tor AO ymrn
Ask Yow Doctor. L2;ftni'
Myrtle L. Slack of Hartlngton. Neb.,
and Louis W. Sautter of Omaha, were
married by Rev. Charles W. Savldge at
his residence on Monday evening at (.
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Y Very Much Different
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Thursday, May 7th
and I certainly want YOU to BE here; I
am SURE you will see much to admire in
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pardon egotism, but I firmly believe my
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