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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE- JUNE 7, 1914.
Nashya of State to Convene in Lin
coln During Week. -
BIO TIME IN ANTICIPATION
Capital Cltr Plannlntr to Outdo
Itself In Hoapltalltr When Poatal
Men Arrlre (or Third An
(From a Staff Corrcspondtnt.)
LINCOLN, Juns .-(SpeclalT)-A great
deal of Interest la being manifested In
the coming session of the postmasters of
Nebraska, which will bo held here on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the
coming week. The largest attendance
In the history of the association Is ex
pected, according to Postmaster Ed Slzer
of Lincoln. No representatives of the de
Partment art expected this time, as has
been the case in former years, but the
session will be a free-for-all for all post
masters in the state, and those who ex
pect to lost their Jobs as soon as the
powers-that-be get together, are all going
to be present, as they expect It will be
the last chlnce for four years.
Food Comtnlmloner's Iteport.
The report of the food, drug, dairy and
o.ll commission for the month of May,
1914, shows that fees have teen received
amounting to $5,354.79, divided as follows:
Oil and gasoline Inspections, o,13G.6; per
mits, (125.35; tags, $65.18; seed analysis,
There were 103 cream Inspections ntade,
hotel, cafe, etc, Inspections, 135; meat
and slaughter houses, 158; groceries and
general merchandise, 195; cars of oil, 1S2;
.cars of gasoline, 47; saloons, 9, and a
number of miscellaneous Inspections,
making a total of 2,007 Inspections for the
month. There were six prosecutions and
twenty-five complaints offered.
Crofton Man Flics.
John H. Relfcnrath of Crofton has filed
for the democratic nomination for rep
resentative for the l"th district, com
posed of the counties of Knox and Sedar.
This district was represented In the last
session by F. N. Bollln, one of the sev
eral democratic' "leaders" of the house.
Slnher Talks nt Upland.
Colonel John G. Maher has been In
vited to act as orator of the day at tho
annual Odd Fellow picnic at Upland. Last
year Governor Morchead was the selec
tion. Colonel Maher has been given to
understand that ho can talk on any sub
ject he desires and has announced that
he will confine most of his remarks to
woman suffrage and state-wide prohi
bition. Protest Attnlnst Illsr Trnlns.
It Is reported that farmers out In the
western portion of the state are raising
a protest against the railroads for carry
ing too heavy trains, a couple of men
from North Piatt this morning stating
that the westbound trains on the roads
carry from seventy-five to 100 cars, while
the east-going trains have all the way
from eighty to ninety cars. On account
of the heavy trains regular time cannot
be made and stock shipped to the mar
kets are rouoh delayed.
Aaka (or Reqalsltton.
Gorernor Mprebead has asked the- gov-
. ernor fit WlssotvlfQr a .requisition for
.the 'return "to Uncbln"of 'John Morris,
panted for assault with intent to kill,
who is being held In St. Joseph by the
, chief of police of that city. The alleged
, crime was committed in Lancaster
John T. McCune, Ottumwa, la., 68. and
LIllIo M. Rudlg of Grlsworld, la., 38,
were given a license to wed In Lincoln
, Elmer H. Ledyard, Sioux City, la., 32.
and Martha Umberger of University
Dace, 24, were also granted a license.
Juniors Play Tricks
Upon the Graduates
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., June (Spe
cial.) The graduating exercises of the
high school were disturbed last evening
by the Junior class In a demonstration
of the usual class rivalry that went a
little beyond the usual bounds and led
to the arrest of Ray Menck and a search
for several others. When in the middle
of the program the Junior yell broke
forth. It , was apparently a signal for
action from different parts of the' house.
From the fly-loft ' there came down a
fine snow of white confetti, falling for
fully two minutes. From the gallery
thero came a shower of paper ribbon.
thrown, into' tho .audience below and to
ward the stage.
The demonstration was taken good
naturedly until a heavy thud told of
cabbage thrown from the gallery to the
stage. 'The school authorities then called
the police, Menck was, however, re
leased several hours later and no charge
was preferred. Officer Grant Hadlock
made the arrest on the highest portion of
the opera house roof. One of the grad
uates Immediately thereafter took up the
war, prefacing his essay with the re
mark that the juniors always had been
troublesome, but It had given the seniors
no concern until it was evident, looking
at the cabbage, that their rivals were
beginning to lose their heads. The class
Many Young Women
1 Campaign for Funds
For Expo Building
LINCOLN, Neb.,, June. 6. The names of
2,000 young women In Nebraska have al
ready been entered In the contest to win
a trip with expenses paid to the Pannma
Taclflc International exposition.
By June 17, the day proclaimed by Gov
ernor Morchead as Nebraska Panama-Pa-clflo
Dollar Day, no less than 3,000 young
women In Nebraska will be engaged In
the taking of one dollar contributions for
a Nebraska building at tho Panama-Pacific
exposition. Each contributor of 1
will receive a bronze medal bearing upon
one side the seal of the state of Nebraska,
and upon the other the seal of.the exposi
tion. To the young woman who sends In
the largest amount of money thus received
will be given a trip for one week to tho
exposition with all expenses paid, or $100
In cash. To the three women sending In
the next largest amounts will be given
free transportation to tho exposition or
150 in cash, To the next 200 women will
be given gold medals of the design above
Lieutenant Governor S. R. McKelvie of
Lincoln has been placed In charge of the
raising of this fund and ho confidently
predicts that on June 1", the day designed
by Governor Morehead as "Dollar Day,"
no less than 25,000 loyal Ncbraskana will
That tho women of Nebraska should
take such a prominent part In tho rais
ing of this fund speaks well for their
public spirit and enthusiasm.
Women who wish to enter this contest
should send In their names at once to
Lieutenant Governor McKelvie, and com
plete information will be sent them.
have been shipped from the state, died
or castrated since being Inspected, or are
kept for private use only.
Of the total number of licenses issued,
,800 are for pure-bred stallions, 2,107 are
for grade stallions and 1,183 are for jacks.
The fees collected for the inspection
amounts to $22,174.67, with $334.60 due from
Inspectors, or a total of 822,069.17 collected
for 1914. The expenditures for field and
office purposes amounted to $19,072.60,
showing a balance of 83,426.57.
On Eve of Wedding
BEATRICE, Neb., June 6. (Special.)
Miss Anna- Novotny, a school teacher at
Virginia, disappeared from her home on
the eve of her wedding day' and her par
ents have been unable to find any trace
of her. Her wedding gown had been
made and everything was in readiness
for the wedding. It Is thought that she
went to a nearby town In an automobile
from which point she left by train. She
was to have married a young man naniett
Notes from Upland.
UPLAND. Neb., June 6.-(Speclal.)-Flf
teen automobile loads of boosters, ac
companied by the Hlldreth band, left Up
land yesterday morning to advertise the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows picnic
to be held here Wednesday, June 10. AN
trio of 135 miles was made during the
day. The following towns were visited:
Hlldreth, Wilcox, Bloomlngton, Franklin,
Macon, Campbell, Bladen. Holsteln, Nor
The Campbell, Commercial club met the
boosters- a mile out of campneu ana es
corted them Into town, whero they served
.a fine dinner -,to the fifty-seven partlcl
pants In the trip.
Hon. John G. Maher of Lincoln. A. M.
Walling, grand master of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen, and Frank
Johns, grand master of Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, will speak here picnic
day. June 10.
Upland la to have a new church. Pre
siding Elder Snyder of the United Breth-ej-n,
came to town last Saturday and
found such a demand for another church
that he started a subscription list, and
by Tuesday night had raised enough
money to assure the building of a fine
church this summer.
Better crop conditions, at this time of
thu year, have never been seen In this I
locality. No more rain Is required to
make wheat. The first crop of alfalfa Is
cut and Is running over one and one-half
tons to the acre Corn Is growing fast.
OaU my nred some more fain..
SAYS BANK JOWES MATTERS
Expert Accountant Wettling Files
Report on Sutton Institution.
WB0N0 ENTRIES MADE IN BOOKS
Affidavit Tiled In Connection vrlth
Ilc.port Drclnrrn thnt Affnlrs of
Flrnt National Hare nrrn
Very Much Ttrlstcd.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., June (Speclal.)-A
new turn In affairs was shown today In
the failure of tho First National bank of
Sutton when Expert Accountant K E.
Wettllng, who has been employed to make
an accounting of the affairs of the failed
bank, filed In federal court a statement
which showed that Instead of Thomas 11.
Matters being Indebted to tho bank, tho
bank Instead owed Matters sums In the
aggregate of moro than $20,00).
The affidavit filed In connection with
tho findings of the accountant shows that
the books of tho bank were Improperly
and fraudulently kept as faras the Mat
ters account was concerned and that by
going Into a very deep Investigation of
the affairs of the bank only can tli true
condition bo found.
In addition to the affidavit of Mr.
Wettllng was another fro m Superintend
ent of Collections G. 1L Johnson of the
Nebraska Telephone company, which
shows In effect that no phone calls were
registered from Mr. Matters to President
Luebbon of tho failed bank on Septem
ber 10 or 11, 1913, when the latter alleged
that Mattesr called him up and eported
the deposit of $2,600 In the Merchants Na
tional bank of Omaha to the credit ot
the Sutton bank.
The affidavit of Mr. Wettllng Is about
Affiant further states that the examlna
tlon, as far as It has progressed, leads
him to a knowledge of tho fact that tho
bank's books, so far as they pertain to
tho Matters account, wero not correctly
or accurately kept and that any credits
due Mr. Ma' ,ers were entirely omitted
from the account and that these aggre
gated many thousands of dollars during
tho nerlod under consideration. Also,
aftlant says that a large number of
charges were entered Into Matters' ac
count Improperly and fraudulently and
that these aggregate many thousands of
flnlb.ru. The ahowlnit transmitted to the
affiant and purporting to be an exact
copy of the Matters account showed over
drafts of $490.00, when In fact a correction
of the erroneous charges and prffper
crediting of tho Items omitted disclosed
a large balance In favor ot Thomas 11.
Golmr further Into the matter of the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LIN'COLN, Juno 6. (Special.) Tho Ne
braska StaUlon - Registration board has
Inspected 6,358 stallions .and jacks for the
season of 1914. Of this number the In
spection fee has been paid for and licen
ses have been Issued for 6,053 stallions
and Jacks, while, fifty-eight are held for
further Information before licenses can
Included in the number of inspected
animals are thirty-eight which have been
ralscted as unfit for nubile service, as
provided by law, and fifty-eight whlchf" credits of tho Omaha man In excess of
$20,000, the Wettllng aniuavit says:
Affiant says that he has made an ex
amination of the bank's books, accounts
and documents and Is able to state that
at the commencement of this suit, March
2, 1004, Thomas Matters was not Indebted
to the bank in any sum, but, on tho con
trary, the bank was and Is Indebted to
said Matters In the sum exceeding $20,000.
That of this sum several thousands are
due on open check accounts; that a large
amount Is for money collected by the
bank for Matters and that over $11,000 is
due upon certificates ot deposit. All of
this according to the records ot the bank.
WEEPING WATER ACADEMY
CLOSED BY THE TRUSTEES
WEEPING WATER, Neb., June .
(Special.) The Weeping Water academy
closed Us doors Thursday, June 25, after
twenty-nine successful years of work.
The trustees of the academy feel the'
nocesslty of closing the school because of
the lack of attendance and while the
academy is in debt. It Is far from bank
This week was the commencement week
and the following program was followed:
Sunday, May 31, baccalaureato address
by Rev. Mr. Eldridge.
Tuosdav. June 2. class day. the presenta
tion of tho senior class play entitled "The
I'rorcssor's iove atory, given in vvoi
Wednesday, Juno 3, alumni reception.
Thursday. Juno 4. the graduating ex
ercises and address by W. O. Allen, presi
dent or Doane college.
The last class to graduate consists of
Ruth Noyes, Eva Philips, Mary Becker,
Elwln Hunter. Fred Norrls and Ben
Olive In the academic department and
Floy Canaday In the music department.
SHOW INCREASE IN SILOS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, June 6.-(Speclal.)-In three
counties there have been an increase) of
forty-four in the number of silos on
the farms. In Hall, Red Willow and
Sarpy counties the total number listed
by assessors was 119 In 1914, as against
seventy-five last year.
According to the returns to the State
Board of Agriculture there was a de
crease of two siios in Harpy county.
Twenty-one were listed in 1913, as against
nineteen this year.
The rjreclnct assessora made the follow
ing report on silos In the three counties:
Red Willow 27
Totals 75 119
Red Willow made an Increase of thirty
seven In the number of silos erected dur
ing the year,
Ilebckah Convention nt Avocaw
AVOCA, Neb., June 6,-(Speclal.)-Th
annual Rebekah district meeting was
held here today. The district lodges
from Brock, Auburn, Stella, Nemaha City,
Johnson and Shubert were represented.
The following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Cora M. Zentz, Brock; vice
president, Mrs. Ida FJ& Ferneau, Auburn;
secretary. Miss Georgia Chandler, Shu
bert; treasurer, Mrs. D. Cecil Copes,
Avoca. Mrs. Emma L Talbot of Omaha,
secretary of the assembly, was present.
The Rebekah degree was conferred on
three candidates by the degree team of
Auburn lodge In Impressive manner. The
next meeting win ue ncia at jonnson. a
banquet was served at the Oxford hotel.
Good News for Sufferers From
The kidneys from their delicate non
structlon and the filtering work required
of them, are more susceptible to disease
than any other organ in the wonderful
machinery of the human body. The most
deplorable feature of kidney disease con
sists in Its subtle and delusive character,
and so Insidious are Its ravages that
many victims do not even suspect its rx
Istence until the advanced stages have
been reached. Few people, after reach
ing the period of maturity, are in posses
sion ot absolutely healthy kidneys; It
follows that the greatest care and vigi
lance must be exercised to keep these
organs free from the dangers that con
stantly beset them.
Since the discovery of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Remedy about 37 years
ago, many sufferers from kidney diseases
have been benefited by its healing proper
ties. Many physicians consider it an ex.
cellent remedy In the treatment ot dis
eases of the kidneys, liver and blood. Get
It today. It Is sold by all druggists In
60c and $1.00 sizes.
Other Warner's Safe Remedies are:
Safe Rheumatic Remedy; Safe Diabetes
Remedy; Safe Nervine; Safe Asthma
Remedy; Safe Pills. No one Warner
preparation la recommended as a "Cure
all," but each Is for a purpose. Send tor
sample and booklet to Warner's Safe
Remedies Co., Dept. 352, Rochester, N. x,
Dr. Withers Policy
Is to perfectly please every patient to do
only worthy Dental Work to render satis
You will be surprised at the low price we
quote for crown and bridge work, plates and
all other dental work, for which high charges
are so often exacted.
Bridge Work Up
DR. WITH ERS Tht Srd
Room 3, Bushman Blk 16th and Douglas Sts,
If You Wish
OUR JUNE CLEARANCE SALE
OF HIGHER GRADE SUITS for MEN and YOUNG MEN
is Saving Hosts of Knowing Fellows From
$7 to 17
ON ALL HAND TAILORED SUITS THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING AT
BUT WHICH ARE NOW BEING OFFERED FOR ONLY
Moro than S00 of tho finest suits that this Quality Storo has over featured; all tho late
scasdn stylo Ideas are promlnoutly porfrayed In ovory garment. Tho fabrics are tho cream
of both foreign and American mills. Wo've sizes for men of every build. De one of tho first
hero Monday to share in these exceptional bargains.
OMAHA'S LARGEST STORE" for MEN AND BOYS
"-Home of Quality clothes"
In-the Gift Section
Glass Straws for soft drinks
or tho other kind, per doz
Orchard &Wilhelm Co.
414-16-18 South 16th Street
Hoosior Kitchen Cabinets
The wldoly advertised cabinets
that save mllon of steps, from
S10.75 to S36.00.
Offering price reductions, assortments
of patterns, sizes and grades, that, if fully appreciated, would bring
everyone with a rug need to this store Monday.
EVERYONE of these rugs is taken from our regular stock. Thoy nro perfect unless distinctly 'stated otherwise.
All regular sizes ns well ns n great many very largo and unusual sizes are included. . Both inexpensive and
expensive rugs rugs for any home in Omaha. ,
Whatever Your Need May Be You Will Find It Here at a Bargain Price
AND the prices are so extremely low because we are determined to close out ovory rug pattern, that cannot bo
matched in all sizes or that is not continued by tho makers.
This iist only suggests tho savings. Read it over, then come in and see the rugs.
9x12 RUGS .
In all, 64 -rugs, Including rugs for all
4 Whlttall Anglo Persians $62.50 $50.00
6 Plain A m a x 1 n rugs,
(soilod) C0.0O 25.00
1 Seamless Wilton rug. . . 57.50 45100
1 French Wilton rug 62.50 flo.oo
1 Whlttall Anglo Indian. 65.00 45.00
6 Hardwick & Magee Wil
tons 52.00 42.00
9 Bundhar Wilton rugs.. 45.00 85.00
1 Burtworth Wilton rug, . 45.00 , 20.00
9 Hartford 8axony rugs. . 50.65 20.00
1 Latona Wilton rug.'... 37.50 20.00
4 Hardwick Body Brussels 36.00 25.00
2 Hartford Body Brussels
(soiled) 32.60 10.00
2 Axmlnster ruga 26.60 22.50
1 Body Brussels rug 27.60 10.00
3 Sanford Axmlnsters . . . 26.60 21.50
10 Rattania Porch rugs... 11.50 7.B0
4 Whlttall Anglo Persians J57.60 $45.00
6 Hardwick & Magee Wil
tons 48.50 38.50
6 Bundhar Wiltons 41.00 81.50
1 Royal Iran Wilton.... 41.00 81.50
3 Hartford Saxony rugs. . 45.00 25.00
1 SeamlosB Superbus rug. 54.00 45.00
1 Blgelow Wilton rug. . . . 40.00 25.00
3 Seamless Scotch Art
rugs 29.60 25.00
1 Body Brussels 32.50 25.00
1 Kremlin Wilton rug... $27.60 $20.00
6 Hartford 8axony rugs. . 31.60 10.00
1 Seamless Lormand rug. 36.00 25.00
2 Hardwick & Magee Wil
ton , 32.50 25.00
6 Bundhar Wilton rugs. . 30.00 22.50
4 Burtworth Wilton rugs, ,24.50 10.50
1 Hartford Wilton rug. .. 24.50 22.50
3 Body Brussels rugs.... 24,00 17.50
14 Rattania Porch rugs... 7.60 4.50
18 Rattania Porch rugs...' 3.90 2.50
1 Blgolow Body Brussels. 12.00 8.00
1 Scotch Art rug 10.25 7.50
7 Tapestry Brussels rugs. 7.50 0,75
6 Hartford Saxony rugs.. 19.00 12.00
2 Buudhar Wiltons (soil
ed) 18.00 13.50
6 Wiltons and 1 AxminBter, priced $45 to
$115, sale price $83.50 to $00
1 Body Brunei, 3 Tapostry Brussel and
1 Axmlnster, priced $20 to $40, sale price.
$10.50 to $27.50
0 Wiltons, 4 Hartford Saxonys, 3 Body
Brussels, priced $47.50 to $89.75, sale
price $32.50 to $75
SPECIAL SIZE RUGS
Many irregular sizes, such as 1 1-3x13-6 ;
10-0x14; 12-0x14-0; 12x12; 10-OxlO-tt;
10-6x13-6; etc., Wlltpns, Body BrustelB.
and wool, rugs, priced at reductions ot
from 20 to 40.
HALL RUNNERS ,
In AxmlnsteTB, Hartford Saxonys. Wiltons
and hand tufted rugs, from 2-6xUl-6 to
2-0x14-2 and from 3x9 to 3x15, aUreduc
tlons from 1-4 to over H.
143 rugs from 18x30 to 36x72, Including
Rag Rugs, reversible bath rugs, ,mattlng
rugs, Rattania Porch rugs, HartUbrd Sax
ony Rugs, Bundhar Wilton rugs, KUmar
nlck rugs, at such reductions as these:
$ 2.60, 36x72 Rattania. .. .tjil.50
5.00, 30x36 Bundhar Wil
ton rugs 3.50
10,50, 36x72 Amaxln rugs 4.75
The Furniture you buy here is the best of its kind
reasonably priced and guaranteed as represented
Compare our prices and quality
That's our strongest argument
All quarter-sawed oak dress
er, base 43-ln. wldo, swell
front, 24x30 plate mirror,
best golden oak finish, at
Brass bed, full size, best
satin finish, 2-ln. continuous
posts, 1 V4-in. vertical fillers;
a value not to be found
elsewhere, at $80.00.
Dining table in golden oak,
solid 48-lnch quarter-sawed
top, rubbed and polished
finish, 6-ft. extension with
locking device, $20.00.
Fumed oak buffet, plank
top, 50-ln. long, full length
linen drawer and lined silver
drawer, large dish cupboard,
Special Furniture Pieces at Special Prices
Pieces from broken lines and suites, closed out at bargain prices each one up to our standard of quality henco a real saving.
This Is Only a Partial List:
$806 Colonial Dinlne Suite; crotch
mahogany; sideboard, china cab
inet, dining table and serving
table, Cowan & Company $050.00
$137.50 Colonial Dresser, solid ma
hogany, Cowan & Co $115.00
$59.00 Brass Bed, full size, satin
finish, 2 V4 -In. continuous posts, $40.00
$20.00 Fumed Ladies' Desk, cane
$26.00 Fumed Settee, leather seat
$96.00 Fumed Buffet, Stlckley pat
$27.50 Toilet Mirror, solid mahog
$18.00 Fumed Serving Table $13.75
$42.00 Brass Bed, full size, satin
finish, 2-ln posts .' $20.00
$62.00 Red Birch Chiffonier, 4
large and 2 small drawers $47.00
$3.60 Oak Bodroom Chair, cane
seat v $2.75
$9.00 Mahogany Bedroom Rocker, $0.75
Real food preserving refrig
erators not ice boxes -their
dry cold air circula
tion is scientifically perfect.
Detroit Jewel Gas
to operate, rust-proof,
cost no more than
Vudor Porch Shades
Add comfort to each day.
They mako your porch a
place to live in.
Come In green, brown and mot
tled colors, all drop 8 feet.
Attractive bungalow and fancy
nets; Egyptian yarns, yard
20C, 25c, 35c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $2.60
Let us estimate on your shades
and rods. No charge for measuring.
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