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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: RKrTEMBEIt 6, 1914.
COLLEGE TIME DRAWS HEAR
'. Graduate of the Omaha. High School
Features of State Fair at Lincoln Monday
' . to UniTenitiei.
EXEBJLSKA DSAWS THE MOST
t'alwrsltr mt Oasaaa Is S4 em
th Mat Other An
Lars number of th last year's
"Grsdi" cf Central Hlh school ar Dow
preparing to leav for th ool !- thef
av chosen. A usual Lincoln has
4rwn th greatest number, but tha Unl
vrsltr of Omaha la running a close sec
ond. Both thes oblleres will start Umlr
registering; near September IS. A falrtr
larva number of tha clasa have decided
to g oast to college, but tha numbar Is
smaller than la former years.
Quits a number of tbo class of '14 hare
mad up their minds to get out In tha
business world and make a nam for
themselves. Numbers of them tiara al
ready secured good positions In big (Ti
re of the city.
Those going to eolleg and their choices
are tha following:
TJTTIVERflrTT OF NEBRASKA.
Kmoat Artrahamaon, Harah Johst,
mward nannisier, uiloert Kenaedjr,
Harry C 11 borne,
Harold A Id rich,
Charlotte Bedwell, .
i 1 " v.
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DEAN BtTRNETT AND HIS PRIZED I TATE FARM TEAM TO BB RBPRODU CED IN BUTTER AT THIS STATE FAIR.
Th Nebraeka Food, Drug, Dairy and I ereemery utanslls and machinery. A
Oil communion will have at tha Ute demonet ration of patent milking machines
Elisabeth Crawford, Richard I.uoke,
Margaret Raff an,
rNIVEnSITT OF OMAHA,
Vera Dutton, '
Mabel Van Brunt
Wallace Shepard, Kenneth Norton,
Morton Wakely, John llrotherton.
Edmund Booth. 'Edward Bannister.
Preparatory at Washington for West
MONMOUTH. . . .
Wilbur Douglass, Ralph Douglass.
:': Mark Dunham.
. . PRATT INSTlTUTEv
. EHmbeth Gould.
Vellasa Prssson, Oraoa HoweU.
ulss Hupp. Harrl ToraU.
CarlUla Allan, Herman Jobst.
WISCONSIN. ( ,
Leo Klein, Roy Plata.
. , SMITH.
XSenor MeOtlton, Katharine Robinson,
Irene Kosewater. "Winifred Rouse.
Ralston Sooble, Theodora Meek,
MARTHA WASH I NO TON.
Lectures Program at
at the State Fair
Fair grounds In Llnooln a Food' and
Dairy show, which will be an additional
feature of tha State Fair this year. It
Is to be hold In the old Agricultural hall,
which contains K.0O0 square feat of space
and Is admirably adapted tor a show of
Two wings of tha building wilt be de
voted to tha Dairy show, which will be
under tha aoaptcee of ths Nebraska Dairy
and Creamery Improvement association.
Their exhibit will ha tha big feature of
tha show and will consist of a model
barn, a model dairy house and a large
glass refrigerator b 1,000 eublo feet
rapacity, which has been built especially
for this show, and In whloh will be
placed a large butter exhibit. This ex
hibit win consist of a. man driving a
team of horses hitched to a plow, molded
out of butter, and Is ts represent ths
dairy Inrustry of Nebraska. On top of
tha large refrigerator will be a plaster
cast of La May, tha famous Negraska
reoord cow at, ths state farm. A slmlllar
exhibit to this was on exhibit at ths Chi
cago National Dairy show last yea, but
was only about one-half the slse of ths
one that will be seen here.
One wing of tha building will be de
voted to tha exhibits of dairy . and
in aotual operation will be made, as there
will be In th model dairy barn five oows
for this purpose. These oows are from
th state farm. Many other Interesting
features will be demonstrated and bul
letins covering all branches of the dairy
business wilt be distributed to all thoss
Interested. Without question th Dairy
show will be th best of Its kind ever
offered In th stats or surrounding states,
and every person lutereeted In any branch
of th dairy business wUl find In this
show many Items of Interest and Informa
tion. Th Food, ' department will ocoupy two
wings for departmental exhibits. A
special feature will b a large seed ex
hibit of twenty or more kinds of weeds
that are usually found In fields, and on
each card will be shown th seed of the
weed. Thess weeds were either grown
sspeclsjly for this exhibit or taken from
fields In different ports of ths state. Th
purpose of this exhibit is to familiarise
ths farmer with th different kinds of
weed seeds that are usually found among
agricultural seeds. More than TOO sample
of agricultural seeds have been analysed
by th department during the last sea
son, which will alo be on display and
on all samples there will be a complete
Ths laboratory exhibit will include
Information In regard to paints end oils,
gasoline and coal oil, feeding stuffs and
many other Items of general Interest
Charts and bulletins will le exhibited
covering the work of the department.
A large number of food manufacturers
will have exhibits In ths building and
will b a big feature. Th. Burlington
railroad will place a dining car on ex
hibit and will operate It , Just ths same
a it Is operated on th train. Thirty
people can be served at one time la th
car, and as this Is the first time any
railroad has offered the general public
ths opportunity of Inspecting the dining
ear, and being served except on board
train, it will be an object of Interest as
wall as a well-patronised feature of the
Mr. El L. Redfern, state chemist, will
have charge of th laboratory and seed
exhibits; Mr. B. C. Kemble will have
charge of the food and display exhibits,
and My, W. C. Andreas will be superin
tendent of tha Dairy show. No admis
sion will be charged whatever. Th show
1111 open on Monday morning, September
7, at 10 o'clock, and will be open each
day and each evening.
On Thursday at 10:30 a. m., there will
be a meeting of th Dairy and Creamery
Improvement association, and affiliated
Interests at tha convention room in tha
new agricultural tialL This meeting .will
be largely attended.
in Gage County 'is
. Dismissed by Court
BEATRICE. Neb, Sept.' .-Sneclal.-
County Judgs Walden, Friday, dismissed
th case of J. C. Hubka, who brought
action to eonteat the nomination of B. Nl
I Fulton for sheriff en th democratic
ticket Hubka alleged that mlataksa were
mads In counting th ballots and that a
recount would show that hs, Instead of
Fulton, was nomlnatsd to th offloe. Th
official count gave Fulton a lead ef three
votes. The court held that no evidence
had been preseny4 to show that mis
takes had been mads In counting the'
ballots and ordered ths suit dismissed.
Hubka says he will appeal th case to ths
At a spsolal meeting of th local lodge
of Elks Friday evening Dr. C. P. Fall
was sleeted exalted ruler to fill th va
cancy caused by the death of Lieutenant
Charles M. Cruncleton In this city last
Miss Beulah Rader. who was employed
as a teacher In the Beatrice schools last
year, has gone to Laramie, Wyo where
she was recently elected to ths position
of instructor of th gymnasium for woman
at th Wyoming university.
MAN INSTANTLY KILLED
BY FALL AT.SC0TTS BLUFF
BOOTTS ULTTTF, Neb.. Bept. a (Spe
cial.) John Bartmess fell from a load of
hay In East Boon's Bluff Thursday and
was Instantly killed. He was sliding from
th load when his foot caught th rope.
FOR TS-JIS WEEK ONLY
$300 Malcolm Love Upright
mahogany case, good J? 1 O C
condition; only..., )leU
f275 Stanley St Son Upright,
dark oak case; a real
. bargain; on
$800 Arion Upright, walnut
case; fully guaran
i; a real i rjr
gale at pl0
$230 Richtcr Upright, misnlon
oak case; colonial
design; reduced to
right, mahogany 10K
case, large eixe, for ep 1 CO
$275 Schilling Upright, mottled
walnut case, J r f
only .' ,J) lp
$250 Majestic Upright, mahog
ny case, A-l condl- i nr?
tlon, reduced to. . . . p X&O
$300 Davis A Son Upright, wal
nut case,' parlor slie, Qing
a wonderful bargain 3J.a0
$250 Kimball Upright, golden
oak case; neat de- J1 OC"
sign, only Ple3
$300 ScbmolW A Mueller Up-'
right, fancy walnut case; mel
low tone, a real bar
gain for ,
Free Stool Tree Scarf Terms as low as $1 a week.
$25 EXTRA TO EVERY BUYER
Any time prior 'to SeptemW 1, 1915, we will take
back any of the.t?n Pianos listo'l above, and allow you
$150 on a new Piano or Player Piano, or $25 more'tban
you pay for it at thia bargain price. "We need tbe room
badly, hence this extraordinary offer to move them
quickly.. Other bargains at different prices.
StoOLLBi & MUELLER PIAHO GO.
TffiSStJESE? 1311-1313 Farnam Stroot
Store Closes at 12 O'clock Noon on Monday (Labor Day)
a4 he struck upon his head, breaking
his neck. Mr. Bartmess waa a recent ar
rlral from Missouri, where he left a
divorced wife. The two children,' the eld
est a girl. of seven, were In his car.
Theee, with aged and infirm father and
mother, wars dependent entirely upon
him. . " '
LINCOLN, Neb., Sept a. -(Special -
Agricultural topics adapted to ths inter
st of sverjr farm boy and prepared br
specialists la their departments have been
elected for th program of th bora'
tat fair encampment, under th
ausplcoa of tbe 'Nebraska College of
Agriculture, beginning' Monday at th
camp on th fair grounds and lasting un
til Friday boo a.
. Tha program as announced by C W.
Pugtiey, principal of th encampment. Is
jsonosy, Beptemoer 7 I a. m.. assem-
oiy; i:o a. m., ' Mow to Juttee Horses.
I'rof. . J. Oramlkh; : a. m "How to
Judge Beef fetUe," irol. R. K, Ullssi
li" a. m.i "The Home Vegetable Oar-
urn, TOI. l. W. M004.
Tuesday, September .- a m., "How to
Arrange in rann," I'rof. li. C. Fllley;
s 6 a. m., ' How to. Treat for Hog
I'holere." Prof. J. II. Oeln: . a. m
Work and How to Ileduce It." Prof. 1U
v. Chase; lt.lt a m., "fWautlfylng tbe
voumry nome, " iroi. u. w. Hood.
"Value of an Agricultural ' GducAtlfvn
Prof. Harry K. breford; a m., "The
PrtnripU of the Uuollne Kngine, Mod
ern Types of Igniters snd Carburetors,"
Prof. L r. au: :M a, ra , "New
Things About fc'ield Crops," Prof. T. A.
KleMelbach; i 1& a in., "Karm Leaks aod
How to fetop Them," Prof. H. C. JUley.
Thureclar, September . t a. m., "Hoys'
Club Work." Miss Huldsh Peterson; I U
a m., "Are Our Birds Worth Saving?"
Prof. Myron H. Hwenk; ; a. nv, "How
to Chooae ths Meet Dairy Cow." Prof. J.I
H. Oanileen; 19:1s a m., "How to Make
Our ftuiie Produre." Prof. P, B. Barker.
)-rlilay. September 11.-4 a m , "Kit
ropeea Agriculture," Prof. C. W. pugs
Iey; a. m., "IrYlonds and Enemies of
tbe Partner." Prof Myron H. 6wenk; io
a m., "How to Feed and Car for the
HJairy Cow," Prof. J. H. Frendsen; 10:14
a. m., "Common Animal tHseases," Dr. J.
Allrr4 Barglar Arrested.
IJNDKAT, Neb., tiept. .-(Bpcll.) .
Teputy Phertff Burks and Counts Attor
ney McElfresh cam up from e-ulumbus
Friday and arrested John Henggler a
chance of robbing th Bowman Bow
mas drug store. It sema that several
people say they recognlssd htm and some
described the horse be drov bona II
has been staying with his brother, Wil
liam, who Uvea one and a half miles
south of here. lie wag takes t Colum
bus by th offloer.
' Alasa Muess If av Pteaie.
REPUBLICAN CITT. Neh, Kept I.
(SpeclaLTtis members of th Mssonl
lodge' and their families held Its annual
ficnla la th Masking grove today. Two
hundred were in attendance. After din
nor, Kev. Lewis, on behalf of tho lodge,
presented Jerom Kort, th oldest mem
ber of ths lodge with a brons joroa
mtdal Mr. Forbes is al years old and
was made a Mason la Canastota. N T.,
Fourth Birthday of Dresher i
Bros. Cleaning & Dyeing Plant
Growth Marvelous. Plant Represents a $57,000 Outlay.
Scores of Workers. Product Shipped.
To Dozens of States. ''
Tour jrwari ago today Drehr
Brothers opened their extremely
modern Dry Cleaning and Dyeing
Plant at 1211-3313 Farnam street.
Four years ago. today a regular
battalion of wiseacres said: "Well,
the Dresher boys know how to run a
good tailoring establishment, but
they had better let the dry cleaning
business alone," .
THAT was four years ago! Today
Dresher Brotherg bar the LARG
EST Dry Cleaning plant west of Chi
cago; do the LARGEST bustneas of
any concern of like sUe In America;
maintain the largest number of de
livery wagons and autos of any
cleaning establishment la America
conducted under one name, and the
Dresher product ts being shipped
dally to points throughout the United
80 much for push, perseverance,
knowledge and enterprise. A firm
of hustlers can accomplish anything
If It's legitimately possible. Dresners
were the FIRST to guarantee the
safety ot a customer's garments;
thv rs the FIRST to actually In
sure each piece of ciomee against
n theft or leas from the time it
leaves the customer's house until It
Is again returned perfectly rejuven
ated. Dresners were me wrsi 10 uo
llvsr fine suits and dressae In spe
cially constructed dust and crease
proof bags. Dresnerg are tne urs
and only cleaners who will agree to
clean and reslse a rug Just as the
mill that made It originally would
do. Dresher were the first to add a
Complete HAT repairing, rebloeklng
and cleaning department. Dreshers
are advancing so rapidly that the
purchase of the property adjacent
was necessary and plans are being
made for a still further extension ot
the Dresher plant.
Dreshers are the first and only
dry cleaning establishment to main
tain a down town receiving station
In so metropolitan an establishment
as the Brandela Stores. Dreshers
hare also a full fledged branch of
fice In the Dresher The Tailor estab
lishment at 11 s Farnam street.
The reason for all this success Is
easily apparent; Dresher Brothers
Net frwca Table Hek.
, TABLtt HOCK, Neb,. Sept. S. -Misses
Carrie and Kane Oaborn, who have been
touring Europe this season, hav arrived.
la Lincoln on thetr return trip to Pawnee
ouaty They report having had some
thrilling experiences in ths lend or war,
and their safe return Is a matter ot congratulation
John A Klassy, who hss resided In this
county for many years, died this week at
the residence of hi daughter. Mrs C A.
Bchappel In his eighty-ninth year. The
interment was In th Pawn City ceme
tery. Robert W. Taylor, who lives some four
miles southwest of here, who had been
laid up for a week with a broken arm
from e ranking his auto, was ths victim
of a second aeoident. when he was at
tacked in his pastur by a vtetous bull
and was badly bruised. H la la a eritl-
rh4 FaesJty a Cold Heck.
OTJIDB ROCK, Neb., Kept I. -(Special.)
Th Quid Rock schools will open Mon
day . with ths following teacher In
charge; J, B. Borgan. superintendent;
Ltitl Beynon. principal; Mabel Mo-
Cltntock, assistant principal; Lillian Por
tanter, normal training; and mathematics;
Leon Switser, music, penmanship and
art; Alice Blodwyn Beynon, Oreo Bher-
Inger, Iran Crow. Ross Brehm, Ore
Burwell, teachers la th grade.
Teeawsek Maa Badly avaX.
TECUM 8 RH, Neb.. Sept. .-8peclal-Leander
llaaen, a young man employed
In a garage be re, was painfully burned
Thursday evening. lie waa engaged In
vulcanising a tir and attempted to fill
th tank with gasoline, poured from a
can. Instantly ths gasolln became Ig
nlted, set his clothing on fire, enveloped
him la flame. On aid and his face
were severely burned.
are THOROUQH. Whsn Dresher
clean a garment It must be cleaned
RIGHTLY. When a garment ts to
be repaired or altered U Is placed in
the bands of REAL tailors or REAL
dressmakers. If a hat Is to be work
ed upon a REAL hatter from the
Connecticut hat centers takes charge
ot It. If a garment Is to be dyed It
lg placed In tbe hands of a European
dyer who has speut his best years
In color plant of the old country.
In the office Dreshers will go to any
expense to facilitate collection ana
delivery of work. In the out-of-town
department Dreshers guarantee as
much satisfaction as though their
plant were situated within a stone's
throw of one' home Instead of miles
away In Omaha. And always remem
ber that Dreshers were the first to
feature the paying of express or par
eel post charges one way on all out
ot town shipments amounting to 33
Dreshers are genial boys to get
along wtth; their scores of employes
will testify to this; wages at the
plant are good and every possible
means to bring about better work
and "happier people" have been
thought out by the management.
Yet, even In the face of all this the
Dresher cleaning prices are as low as
any quoted In America on heal
Think it over reader. Enthuse
with Dreshers over their remarkable
growth on their fourth birthday. Be
glad to have a concern like this In
your midst. It's a good thing for
Omaha. Next time you are by drop
In. Say you want to see the plant
and Dreshers will give you a guide
to show you through. If you have
no cleaning work you will at least
have a good word tor Dreshers.
Start getting your winter clothes
together now and have Dresherg get
them In shape for you In tlm for
the cold weather. Just phone TY
LER 345 and get whatever Informa
tion you desire. Send your name
and address and you will receive a
free copy of the new Dresher Book
let now In press; this booklet In It
self lg an ambitious piece of work
and is the only thing ot the sort you
ever saw Issued by a cleaning es
tablishment. Stop, snd think Dreshers have
grown to this extent In four years.
Thanks to the 'pleased customers
who have made this possible. ,
THE NEBRASKA STATE
LINCOLN, Sept. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
Lincoln Beachey in Looping the Ldop, Upside Down and Startling Drop Flying.
Three Harness and Two Running Races Daily. .
' Patrick Conway's Band, Indian Village, Vaudeville, Fireworks,-Etc :
BOOST NEBRASKA BY ATTENDING THE BIG FAIR. -
JOSEPH ROBERTS, President, W. R. MELLOR, Secretary.
SUnDERLAtlD BROS. CO.
Satire M rUoa- ItiU Sank Sldf- 17th and
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Even people who haven't tried Firestone Tires
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car owners will stop experimenting. They will
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As Much Rubber as Ever
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And that extra quantity and extra quality
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Tell your dealer you musthave Firestone.
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