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THE BEE: OMAHA, TflNDAY, M XE 9, 1014.
METCALFE STIRS UP DEMS
Entry Into Field Causes Sensation
at the State House.
PREDICT MAKER WILL GET OUT
Charie ttrriin'ft Aniilrnttona Are 13n
dartfterrd by Act of Former
AMoclnte nnit Pnrtr Knetlonnl
Linen Driivr TlRht.
(From a -Staff Correspondent.)
LIXCQLS. Neb., Juno 8.-(Spcclal.-j
flic' ailvcrkt of nichard U Metcalfe Into
fit .the prinmyv has put the Bryan fa5
tlon badiy tip. In the air. It had been
Hftured ;amontc the faithful that Gcorso
AV. ftirpe fcouTd inherit the support of the
Itryanltes IntReeVent that no other man
filed who -a closer to King William and
Trinco; Charlie Ahd that there was a good
chance to deteatdovcrnor Morchead with
the Jlryan voife eolld for one man.
,Horvever the filing of Mr. Metcalfe has
complicated the situation and In the
opinion of many democrats means noth
ing less than the. nomination of Governor
Morehcad or John Q. Mnher. While Mr.
Maher' Insists he la In the race to stay,
It'-Is , generally figured that sooner than
aee the reactionary vote split up and a
Bryan candidate nominated, he will get
out of the way so that the governor can
have plain sailing.
in stlch an event It Is believed the nom
ination of the governor Is certain. Just
what condition that will leave the Bryan
llesrin Is Wholly a guess, but It Is be
lieved that many of them will not be at
all tbkek ward In bolting the party nom
Dr. tiny Itcturin.
Dr. Day, special veterinarian for the
state live stdck sanitary board, Is back
frorn his trip to Scott's Bluff, where,
with Dr. ning of the state farm, they In
vestigated the hog cholera conditions In
that county. According to Dr. Day the
disease doea not seem to be so fatal in
that .locality, which he lays to the high
altitude hd plenty of sunshine. The dis
ease .was brought there by hogs being
shipped In and' lofal organizations are
being1 formed to suppress the disease and
Alio to prevent -the shipment In of any
hogs, which hajvp not been preporly
treated for the disease.
,evr School Vnltu-H.
,New valuations being made on school
lapds by the etati department of public
lalids and buildings under Commissioner
Btcknlan show--that In Sherman county
thelhcrejtBe In valuation amounts to 23,
(M.$3.ph 6,Cdl6l- acres, an Increase of about
JO per cent. The new valuation Is J37,
596.57, while, the, old was J33.9tl.92. In
Val)c'y-'"couhty the old valuation Was
while the new valuation Is
Placed at $33,M8.&, an Increase of $13.6)1.70
on 1,331 aLf'csu . TJils makes an increase
annually ih UV6 rental of SS28.28 In Val
ley and. J1.419.J7 In Sherman.
D. E. Wherry of Pawnee City has flld
for the republlckn nomination for slate
senator ri tho Fourteenth district, com
prising the counties of Gage and Pawnee.
,1'hal . IS. Jils filllpg will county provided
M f. wterry. serids In a receipt for the filing-
Hik- from tHe county treueurer of
Pafcnee county .which he seemed to have
Torfeotien 'to enclose In his. letter. Thla
.llstrlcl. "was 'represented1 nthe; last se3-
Mrs, Kenny, Pioneer
Woman and Leader
of Relief Corps, Dead
BtiAin, Neb.. May S.-(Spcolal Tele
gram.) Mrs. F. W. Kenny, aged St
years and a pioneer of Blair, died this
afternoon at the family home of cancer.
She was the wlaow of the late F. W.
Kenny, who at his death was president
of the Blair State National bank. Mrs.
Kenny was widely known throughout the
state, having been state dnnriMent presi
dent of the Woman's Belief Corps and
president of the local corps for six years.
She was past regent of the Daughters of
the American Revolution and past ma
tron of the Kastern Star and a charter
member of the Blair Women's Monday
.fternoon club, which was organized
Mrs. Kenny was tiorn at Jacksonville,
III., January :(. 1853, nai came to
Fontanclle. Neb., with her father. Rev.
John M. Taggart. a Baptist missionary.
who was afterwards a member of the'
Nebraska territorial legislature In 1857,
and to Ulalr In 1870, where sho was mar
ried to Frederick W. Kenny May 2, 1871.
To this union was born eight children,
one dying In Infancy and three surviving:
Fred Kenny of Plattsburg. N. Y.; J6hn
of Lewlston, Mont.; Mrs. Dr. Howard of
North Bend, Neb.; Mrs. Almcc Peck and
Mrs. Burtls Smith of Omaha, Miss Sue
Kenny, late of Portland, Ore., and Miss
Maude, who has made her home with her
Mrs. Kenny's mother, Mrs. A. M. Pratt,
96 years of age, has made her home with
her for several years and Is very sick at
this time. Three sisters also survive,
Mrs. A. W. Clarke, whose husband waa
a former Omaha pastor, now of Los An
geles, Cal.: Mrs. Jeanotte White of Den
ver, Colo., and Miss Mary Taggart of
Colorado Springs. Colo., and a brother,
Robert Taggart, of Nebraska City, Neb.
The funeral will be held at the family
residenco on Tuesday afternoon.
Lyoks Break Jinx at
The Chris Lycks broko their losing
streak at the Shamrock's expense Sunday
In a well played game. Altman of the
l.ycks returned to form and was In dan
ger In but one Inning, striking out thir
teen and allowing but three hits, two on
the scratchy order,
Jackson also ultched a good game, but
weakened In the pinches. The l.ycks
salted the game In the seventh when I
Altman singled. Smith hit safe, and after
Altman was run
SERYICE, KEYNOTE OF LIFE
Serving Man Aright is Serving Man's
Lord and Maker.
no pt tnw at rmirc vrwtir
- "-.- ".J ..111. "Olll ..III TT II"
Moved by "nervier," accoidlng to the doc
trine of Uc J. B. Maxwell of the Cal
vary Baptist church, who delivered the
baccalaureate sermon to tho graduating
class of Omaha university nt the Calvary
Baptist church joatcrday morning.
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If n lmr,.W rv.ttlnn hi. nidi " uccmn, omscives willing 10
down between bases !f rends and flock accorded Dr. A. S. C. ,, .. , "v "rvc- . vo "ro "'""'
Kmn.tnn Minister llrnrtlty Ke
celred on Vl.lt lo former
Kloek 1'rrnehen Mornlnir
Woes of Mankind Can
Be Eliminated if All
Will Give Little Help
Kemp and Withers singled. The Lycks; Clarke of Kvanston. ill., at Lowe Avenue " , ,'u,, , ' Pi
olav the Town.nd next Hiin.lnv. Ip.h,.i.ri.n M.k v.rfL- i.nn-tilni-1 delivered from measureless want, woo
play the TownwMids next Sunday.
lycks. s. siiAinoea.
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Smith. .. 1 1 1 lCurrln, II . I 1 0
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olJoy the reunion quite as much as that ?. ' ' , " ,, "
, . .'find thero Is also the regal.
i 'people did. Tho church wn well f l ed . , , ,
oil ... , . . .. " servant, Bo of service, or be
, In the morning when he preached on ' In-; nolh, Access."
J vrated Personality.' and In the evening , ev Mnxwf , 4l,cnl,on (o lll0
n when hn preached on "The Peril and , .,, ,, ,,,,,,
- i.!...!.. waib lv WV.lllCI X HI n
work was accomplished. Ho said he vvna
He returned to
Out for Members
TpUU S4 17 10 Tol4li.... Si J 14
Chris Lycks...O o 0 1 0 1 S 0 4 3
Shamrocks ...1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 3 4
Struck out: By Altman. 13; by Jackson.
Two-base nits: Bmltn, lj'ck. nome
run: Currln Bases on balls: on All- j
man. .": off Jackson. 3. Hit by pitched
ball: By Altman, 1; by Jackson, l
Valentines Win by a
Tally from Windsors j
In a fast seven-Inning game at Fort
Omaha the F M. Valentines broke th
Windsor Hotel team's winning streak, Tho
game was a pitchers' battle octwecn
"Smoky" Grant and Bushman up to tho
sixth, with Grant having the best of the
argument, striking out nlno and allowlmr
four hits. Bushman jvas tapped for nine
hits. He struck out ten.
With the score 2 to 1 In the first half
of the seventh In favor of the Windsors
and with two men on bases Sandan of
the F. M. Valentines hit out a two-bagger.
The feature of tho gamo was the
fielding of Marty Collins for tho Wind
sors and Rube" Feltman for the Valen
tines. Score: U.H.H.
VRlentlnes 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 9 2
Windsors 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 1
Batteries: Valentines, Grant and San
dan; Windsors, Bushman and Tlsmond.
Power of Prosperity."
Kvanston. this morning.
But what things were gain to me. those
1 counted loss foi Christ. Phlllpplans 3:7.
"What raul had In mind,'' said Dr.
Clarke In his morning sermon on "In
vested Personality," "was a recasting of
accounts, a revaluation of life, a thing wo
! all need to do. When you find a man
I sitting down to revalue his life In order
to find out for himself If he Is making
born In tho most Insignificant town in
the most Insignificant country in the
world, and that Ho lived In tho most
THREE ORDAINED DEACONS
Gardner MoWhorter, 0. H. Cleveland
and CharUs R. Tyner.
CLEVELAND COMES TO TRINITY
MoWhorter Ik An Omnhn rtoy nnd
AVna Nnmed After Henn Onrd
ner, Former Denn of the
Three young men were ordained Into
the ministry of tho Kplscopal church at
services al Trinity cathedral yesterday
morning bv Bishop r Arthur U Williams.
ThoM ordnlned wire Gardner McWhor
ter. Ollvrn H. Cleveland and Charles R.
Rector Fred Tyner or St. Andrew's
church delivered tho sermon, declaring
the duty ahd office of deacons of tho
church, how .necessary that order Is to
the churchatid emphasizing how the peo
ple, ought 'to esteem them In their office.
The three candidates were presented by
Immoral ago of which men have record. TlirfCock. n!v. John wmiams nml
j5t,W 'Xikraektu Co'rporatlou rTnx
rThfK'lAfftein torDoraUon tax w
4eM?,rftcIv&i8,t.he 'sectary Pf atat0
'Wsl'a'rrcJme In Ulla morning from M.
B, Snitth' Clbtlvlilg company of Omaha.
Tni amoUnt of the check was JI76 made
on a capital stock of Jl,2j0,000.
' Detective ilnrcnu Dlnnolven.
The National Detective bureau of
Omalfa has Sent In to the secretary of
state., a' notice St dlsolutlon of the cor
poration. The .corporation was formed
?ep.tmber SO,' 1913.
Commencing June 1st, Nickel Plato
itokrf sells tickets' Chicago to New York
arid "return, $27.W,- Boston and return,
liO.Oo, Also variable routes. Liberal stop
sveri. ' lnnulrc lccal agent, ursuddresj
jbhn V. Calahan, A. G. P. A.. 60 W.
Auh'n St., Chicago.
Woods fire Full
of Poison Ivy
First Get Your Blood Right Then
LUXUS DEFEAT JOE SMITHS
BY SCORE OFTEN TO THREE
The Luxus defeated the Joe Smiths of
Council Bluffs by the score of 10 to 3.
The features of the game were the hit-
It count for the best and most, accord
ing to his opportunities und powers, you
And yet. said Hcv. Maxwell, Christ nc-
compllshed a greater work than any other
man has accomplished, nnd He did It
because Ho camo not as a ruler, but us j
The graduatlt g class of tho university
occupied the front seats In the churcU.
P.ov. Fred Tyner. Following the exam-
find a man. approaching an Important ;
aspect of life."
Servlco was the keystone, of the sermon
"Service of God In man." Dr. Clarke said,
"Is the true philosophy of life. Man's
mind Is not In error. It Is his life. He
has found out tho best way to live, but
his difficulty comes In living out the
Servluu; Mnn In !ervtiiu find.
Dr. Clarke stressed this point, th.t
"serving your fcllowman Is serving God."
He showed that Christ made that clear
In his description of the "last Judgment"
to tho righteous, who, when ho told them
they had fed, clothed and taken him In, j
asked "When saw we thee an hungered
and fed thee, thirsty and gave thee drink,
naked and clothed thee, a stranger and
ttok theo In?" And tho lxrd answer:
Inasmuch as yc have done It unto one
of the least of these my brethren, ye
have done It unto me.
"When the Sadducees were trying to
I which was crowded to Its capacity.
to Their Concert
One hundred and sevenlv umaha. letter
carriers arc working hard selling tickets
for thii concerts to be given nt the Audi
torium Friday afternoon nnd evening.
June 12, ly the Paullt Choristers of
Chicago under the direction of Father
William J Finn, for the benefit of tho
convention fund. Thoy report a very en
couraging sale of tickets.
Tho sal of seats opens this morning
at the Auditorium box office. By cour
tesy of the letter carriers, the sisters of
tho different orders will attend the mati
nee concert. Arrangements aro also be
ing made for the orphans from St.
(nation of the young men by tiishop Ar
thur I,. Williams, aocordlng to tho cus
tom of the church, he ordained them dea
cons of the church. Holy communion was
Gardner MoWhorter Is the son of Mr.
and Mr. S, A. MtWhorter, f-irmerly of
Omaha, but now of , Chicago. Tho young
man ordained yesterday received his edu
cation at Crelghton university. Hobnrt
college and the Western Theological seminary.
Charles Tyner Is a brother of Itev. Fred
i Tyner of St. Andrew's Kplscopal church
ami was presented for ordination by his
Oliver B Cleveland will be associated
with Dean J. A. Tancock at Trinity
cathedral, residing at the parish house.
confute the Master nnd usked him If It ! James" Orphanage nt Bonfon to attend
at all times: Score: R.H.b..
l.uxus 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 7 0-10 11 3
J. Smiths 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2- 3 i 3
Karned runs: l.uxus, ; muns. i.
Home run: Illce. Two-liafe hit: Dcnnl
ton. Bases on balls: Off Sullivan. 4; off
Hanson, 2. Struck out: B.v Sullivan, S;
by Hanson, B. Passed ball: Gillespie.
Sacrifice hits: Vanous (), Bow ley.
Bn.nitov Kin1n hnifs' Donnv. Traov.
Dennlson Ul, uowiev t-), Buiuvan. i.cn uounr irum a. kuuu une uy urobilins u
sin hniM- Luxus. 10: Smiths. 3. Batter
Ics. L.UXUS, tsuilivan ana MBcm.cn;
Smiths, Hanson, Glllesplo and Duff.
ALLIANCE, Neb., June S.-(Spec,al
Telegram.) In the three daya' campaign
for new members, the Alliance Commei
clal club secured 255, making a total of
323 members, the largest membership In
the state of Nebraska for a city of 6,000
population. During this three days' cam
paign, funds for the Commercial club
work for the year were raised, amounting
to $4,371, making a total of $6,051. This U
also the largest amount of money iver
raised by a commerclal club for one
year's work In a city of 5,K. During 'his
campaign $1,306.25 was collected In cash:
Secretary W. D. Fisher, formerly with
the Norfolk Commercial club, but who Is
now secretary of the Alliance CommersUl
club, put on this campaign, asslated by
thirty live, members of the club. Forty
two automobiles, carrying ncarfly Aw
members of the club, drove to Crawford,
Chadron and neighboring towns today on
a booster trip.
A'otca from Slietton.
SH ELTON, Neb., June S.-CSpecUl.)-The
residence of William Helsel, Jr., was
burned to the ground vvlth all "Its con
tents Friday. The fire originated from a
gasoline stove and spread so rapidly that
not any of the contents could be saved.
Sir. Helsel was to be married In a few
days and had furnished his house for the
The large freight engine which pulls the
local freight from Grand Island to Kear
ney on train No. 62 dally while doing
switching on the sidetrack on the return
trip yesterday afternoon Jumped the track
and was badly damaged. Ti.e wrecking
crew came up from Grand Island and was
RPVPfAl llrtlir rlnnrlni tin Ih. ni,.L-
The Shclton band and ball team hav snermlln l,cnuB "1"um"1' ",u".' " 'T
were, lawful to give .tribute unto Caesar,
He, perceiving their cr-vftlness, said,
'hand me a penny.' They did. "Whose
image and auporscrlpture Is on tho
penny?' ho asked them. "Caesar's."
lingo: wennisonana iy nu, .1Ita, sa(J chrM ,rcmUr nto ri(csnr
mg o: rracy, vanous, ijowicy ami i
ady, the latter making a difficult catch I
In center with three men on nnd two
down. Sullivan pitched superb ball for I
the Luxus, while Hanson was htt freely
tho things that aro .Caesar's.' "
Using this as a basis of Illustration, Dr.
Clarko said: "Our Uvea are coins and a
coin, you know a dollar Is worthless It
It cannot be spent. You often find men
who, while not willing to confess to being
bad, hnvo not the face to Fay they aro
as good as they should be, so they say.
'Oil. I'm i inlddllnir mnn.' Did von pvir
sen r mldilllnir dollar? No. n ilnllar m of lI'0 subjects upon which Mr,
either good or bad. Appcaiancea don't I
count; It's tho ring. You can tell a bud I
BEACON PRESS TRIMS THE
BEMIS PARKS BY 13 TO 4
The Beacon Press boys trimmed the
Bcmls Parks by a score of 13 to 4. A
one-handed catch In deep center field by
Moore of the Tress team and the battery
work of Huntington nnd Sullivan Were
the features of the game. Huntington
allowed but five hits and struck lout thir
teen of the Park boys. Score: B.H.B.
Beacon Press 1 0 0 S 0 0 3 1 0-13 13 2
Bcmls Parks . . .OO l 0 2 0 1 0 O-4 5 9
ADV0S TRIM BROWN PARKS
FOR FIRST TIME THIS YEAR
The Advos trimmed the Brown Park
Pharmacy yesterday. This Is the first
game the Parks have lost this season and
the Advos feel highly elated over their
Tho Walnut Hill Merchants shoved the
organized committees nnd Shelton will
have an old-fashioned Fourth of July celebration.
All cbuhtry fople, and city folks be
fdr'e taking to the woods should fortify
thttr blood with B. S. S.
'This famous blood purifier not only
drives, all poisons out of tha system but
puts' the blood In a condition to resist
th4 effects of poison Ivy and other ter
TOrk that c6nstantly beset us. Tou never
can tell what a alight abrasion of the
skin may lead . to. A small scratch by
barb Wire or thorn will often open tha
way to serious trouble. Then there Is
the danger of Impure water, of clogged
bowels,- of mineral poisons already in the
aystem, of pdbllo towels and numerous
other traps t6 set the blood on fire. Let
8. B. B. purify your blood and If poisons
have Invaded the system begin B. B. B.
at once and drive them out.
Get -a bottle today of any druggist but
don't accept anything claimed to be "Just
Beware of substitution. "Write to Tbe
Bwlft Bpeclffc Co.. J07 Bwlft Bldg.. At
!nta. fja., for an Illustrated book "What
tn Mirror Tells." It fully explains about
skin diseases and Is finely Illustrated.
Ilrntlnhmr Jinn Serlounly Ilnrl.
BtlADSHAW, Neb., June S.-(Spec!al.)
Arthur Carlson, living a few miles north
east of Bradshaw, met with a serious ac
cident late yesterday afternoon while as
sisting his brother nobert store alfalfa
In tho barn with a hay fork. The team
became frightened and started to run and
threw Mr. Carlson from the wagon. Ho
became entangled In the rope and when
his brother reached him he was uncon
scious with a severe scalp wound reach
ing almost from his right to his left ear
and waa badly bruised in many other
places. Thirteen stitches were required
to close the wound In the scalp. The doc
tor states that unlets some complication))
should develop the patient has an ex:el
lcnt chance for recovery.
Noten from Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., June 8. (Speclal.)
Melvin S. Howard, who purchased the
general store of D. J. Wood at Ellis two
years ago, died suddenly at Ellis Satur
day afternoon aged 51 years. He la sur
vived by his widow, one sister and one
brother. The remains will be taken to
Phllllpsburg,' Kan., for Interment.
Forty young men of the Beatrice Young
Men's Christian association who went; on
a hike to Marysvllle, Kan., last Monday,
camping along the route, returned Sat
urday and report a pleasant trip. The
party was In charge of Physical Director
dcr yesterday to the tune of 0 to 2. C.
Cole struck out seventeen- Batteries:
Walnuts, C. Cole and U. Cole; Shermans,
Klnlson and Sullivan.
STOCK YARDS CREWS PLAY
A FIFTEEN-INNING GAME
The day crew and the night crew of
the stock yards played a flfteeri-lnnlng
runless game yesterday morning. The
game was called on account of having to
give up the grounds. The features were
the batting and fielding of Clyde Hull
of the night side, who got five hits out
of six times up and accepted fifteen
chances without an error.
The night side may take on the day
side for a game next Sunday.
Batteries: Days, Jodyke and Bird;
Nights, Donaghue and Art.
BOURGEOIS TEAM TAKES
VICTORY FROM PAPILLI0N
The Emit Hanscns, w?io have changed
their names to the Bourgeois Company
team, defeated the Papilllon team Sunday,
by a score of 8 to 7. The fcaturo of the
game was the hitting and base running
of Ktengle of the Bourgeois nine. The
latter are looking for games with Closs-A
aggregations. Coll PeUer, D. 7180.
tilves MuM lie Mpcnt.
"So I say, our lives, iiko coins, are
worthless unless they can be spent. Is
vour life spent for Christ nnd his
creatures? That Is the meaning of my
text. Has your life only a silvery gloss
and not the real ring of the genulno
Dr. Clarke mndc a climactic impression
by the use of Vnn Dyke's "Mansion." Tho
Inni, 1 , t O I, , . I I.H, In I. n.1 I'.M I
m .i, ,....i T .,,,. i. ., a quarrel between
washerwoman, tho humble man. those
who spent their lives for others, living in
bright- mansions. Then comes tho big
n an of .tho community
society and that for the. general social I
uplift, but who never had tlmo for tho
downright -service of humanity. Ho Is
shown a hut as his house. v
"That can't be," says he; "I'm so and
so. 1 ought to have a mansion."
He recites somo of tho things ho did.
"Yes," says one, "and we saved up all
the material and made it go as fat- as
It would and It would only build that
tho maatlneo concert In a body.
HERBERT S.'BIGELOW TO
TALK ON SINGLE TAX
Herbert S. Blgclow of Cincinnati Is to
speak to tho Commercial club members
at a public affairs luncheon on next Fri
day noon. Mr. Blgclow will ho In the
city for several days, during which time
he will mnko several talks, one of whloh
will be at the American tnenter Friday
evening, Juno 12. At the theater ho will
talk on "The Single Tax." This la one
la a specialist. He hns long been a
walker In tho cause of single tnx, and
has long been one of the advisory editors
of "Tho Public," a weekly magaclne de
voted to single tax and political and
HUBBY TAKES WIFE'S SIDE;
GETS BROKEN HEAD FOR IT
Frank West, 709 North Sixteenth street.
Is n patient at St. Joseph's hospital an
the result of his attempt to Interfere In
his wife and I-ou
Bohen, who lives' nt the same address,
rtohen. It Is nllcged, had words with Mrs.
West and when the husband of tho latter
l . , - .. mult i 1 ' iii" '.' " "- - - " "
president of this . . ' . ,,..,, ,,., ,,.,,- ,i.
u u hit; vivci ' d -!-
WR0THEAND "GINGER GIRLS"
TO MAKE EUROPEAN TOUR
We Begin a
Little More Than
See Sunday Papers
for Full Particulars.
to Meet in New York
WASHINGTON. June S.-In an effort
to concentrate support for a suffrage
measure in congress, suffrage leaders to
day Issued a call for a meeting of all
lenders In Ihn movement In tho United
Htatea to.m'et at Mrs. O. H. P. Pel
monl's Now 'iork home. Marble House,
on July S,
Two .bills, one by Senator Shafroth and
the other by Senator llrlstow, are- now
beforo congress. The suffrage leaders
aro divided as to which measure Is bet
ter,' but they hope to settle all difficul
ties nt the Newport nuettng. Suffrage
workers from nearly all states nnd rep
resentatlv'es of both the Congressional
I'nlon and the Natlonhl American Woman
Suffrage association will participate.
Miss Oorla Stevens, executive secretary
of the Congressional Union, will leave
WAshlngton for Newport In a short time
and open up headounrtora there for the
purpose of conducting an educational
caihpalgn from tllcro throughout the
summer. Miss Mary Doyle Urennan will
undertake a similar work al Atlantic
City. Workers also will be sent to prac
tically nil tho olher largo summer re
sorts, hundreds of college girls having
been enlisted lh the muvement lo hold
meetings on woman suffrage wherever
recreation crowds assemble.
EXPLOSION OF BALLOON
INJURES MANY PERSONS
SEZANNE, France, June S. Sixty per
sons were Injured, several prohnbly mor-
J tally, by the explosion of a balloon at a
fair today. Tno Dauoon naa just startea
to rise when a gust of wind blew It
against a tree, tearing the envelope. The
gas exploded, Injuring bystanders nnd
wrecking the fair booths.
Ed l.eo Wrothe, brother of the local
restaurant mnn and well-known burlesque
comedian,' la In Omnha for a week visit
ing relntlves and friends. Mr. Wrothe
will remain here until Saturday.
It la the present Intention of the the
atrical man 'to take his "Ginger Girls"
company abroad In October and spend
the entire season In the big European
Iltirkleu'n AriiiPM Snlvr
for a cut, bruise, sore and skin trouble.
A box should bo In every household. 23c.
AH druggists. Advertisement.
Everybody reada Bee Want Ads.
RAILRdADS TO INDUCE
TRAVEL THROUGH THE EAST
The end of the school year, coincident
wth the opening of vacation senson, hoo
stimulated travel on all lines In and out
of Omaha recently and railroad passen
ger agents- anticipate en unusually targe
hudlrieim here this season. Eastern mil
roads for the first time havo combined
for Circuit tour of the east. This will
be an attractive feature especially to per
sons living In tho middle west, who have
heretofore been without attractive com
bination routes through the eastern
states. Former efforts have been to In
due travel throtigh the west, rather than
through the enstrn stules, and the In
novation promises to greatly stimulate
business this (year.
Pnrtr)- nnd Science.
"Where are the songs of long ago?"
never Ii6ar any One singing about 'The
Old Oaken Bucket.' "
"No," said the practical person; "and
If you happen to see an old oaken
bucket hanking around a well, take my
advice and don't stop to sing about it.
Send word to a health Inspector," Wash
80o Per Bottle.
(6.00 per Soian.
ac woudiTzizr & co
nn South loth Street.
Opp. Union BUtlon.
Prompt City SeUrerlts.
Thou Douglas 1431
Monument I'nvMlnl nt ninlr.
BIjAIR, Neb., June 8.-(8peclal.)-BIlr
Oak camp. No. 13; Maple Leaf grove, No.
92, and Do Soto camp, No. 124 of De Soto,
of the Woodmen of the World, held a
Joint unvejjlng pf monuments Sunday af
ternoon at the'Blalr cemetery, in memory
of the late Sovereign Major J. N. Kllllan,
and Sovereigns McPhcrson, Barry and
McManlgal. There was a large atten
dance of members who, with the Kennard
Military band of Kennard, marched from
the Woodmen of the World hall to the
cemetery, where Sovereign Commander
W. A. Fraser of Omaha delivered the
memorial addrss, assisted In the exer
cises by other members.
Odd FelluiTs' Memorial nt filhbnn,
GIBBON, Neb.-, June 8.-(Speclal.)-One
of the ablest sermons even given on
memorial day of this noble order was
delivered Sunday In the Methodist Epis
copal church by Its pastor, Ilev. Mr.
Johnson. He euloglred the principles of
the order, Its teachings and objects, 1(3
duties to widows and orphans of de
ceased brother and their obligations to
each other In the everyday walks of life.
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attended
In a body
Everybody reads Bee Want Ads.
ninlr Od.il KrlloTTn Decorate OrnTco.
BIiAin, Neb., June S.-(Spcclal.) The
members of Blair lodge. No. 14, and lie
bekah lodge, No. 27, of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, attended services
In a body at the Sunday morning ses
sion of the Methodist church. A special
sermon on "Friendship, Love and Truth,"
the motto of the order, waa preached by
the pastor, Rev. George B, Warren, who
Is a member of the order. Memorial Ker
ry Ices for deceased members were held at
Odd Fellows' hall In the afternoon. Aa
the names of the deceased members of
the order were called, flowers were placed
for each one on a center table, until It
was a bank of flowers, After the servl e
waa completed a committee went to the
cemetery and decorated the graves of
their deceased members of which the sub
ordinate lodge has four and the Rebekah
lodge has twenty.
FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT
STARTS SESSION HERE TODAY
The Omaha division of the United
States district court will be In session, be
ginning today, with Judge Smith Me.
Pherson of the Fouthern district of Iowa,
presiding. A number of criminal cases
Involving violations of the Mann act and
breaking and entering boxcars loaded with
merchandise In Interstate shipment, will
come up for trial.
Omaha real estate 1s the best Investment
you could make. Real The Bee's real
Try TONE'S Spices
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