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THK J IKK: OMAHA, F1J1DAV. MAY 21, VAX
State Official, by Eliminating School
Appropriation, Says Demoi
Have Saved Money.
GIVES POLITICAL COMPARISON
(Fom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 30, (Special.) Stata
(Auditor W. It. Smith la preparing a state
ment of legislative expenditures and ap
propriation to be published in a short
time. In connection with the earn he
is making- a comparison In short form,
which la aa follows!
"Tha legislature of IMS made appropri
ations amounting to J8.8B2.108.T9. This in
cludes tha several amounts specifically
named In the different appropriation bill,
stimated amounts for the university and
normal school fund taxes, and the vari
ous cash funds. It does not, however,
Include tZ72.03S.88 of the university funds
which require no action by the legislature
to make tbera available for use. (State
against Brian, 84 Neb. 30).
"If, therefore, every estimate hal been
correct and every dollar appropriated by
the legislature of 1918 had been colleoted
nd spent, including the I27S.038.8S of non
approprlated'universlty funds, the grand
total would have been J9.lX147.eT.
Tetal for This Session.
"Applying the same method of calcula
tion for the 1915 appropriations and as
suming that the cash funds will equal
1918, the grand total Is S,M8,4I.60, which
Includes S312.42S.88 of non-appropriated
"Omitting the special building fund re
appropriation, carried over from 1918, but
including the four trust funds which re
quire no appropriation for university use,
and assuming that the estimated amounts
will be realised, a comparison of 1915 and
19in. grand total $9,154,147.57
IMS, grand total 8,643. 4K9.60
Decrease in 1916 t 4K0.fc8.07
"The legislature of 1918 provided for
and appropriated 90 per cent of a -mlll
levy from a special university building
(extension) fund. This was estimated
originally at 8625,552.06, but proved to be
the sum of $636,271.47 when the levies of
1913 and 1914 were completed. After the
Initiative measure No. 805 was approved
by popular vote, 8110,446.65 .was expended
in purchasing; land for extending tha
present city campus, leaving 852,824.82 of
caah on hand unexpended. The legisla
ture of 1915 reapproprlated this sum for
use in tha present blennlum.
"It we eliminate from both years the
appropriations for the university and
normal schools, tha result shows that
for all other state tovern mental purposes
tha legislature of 1915 cut off mora than.
a million dollars. Here are the figures:
3Vr university and normals.... 82. 406,32.69
For all other uses. 6,355,726.10
1916 APPROf HIATIONS.
tTOr university and tormals....3,554.1975.8
For all other uses 6.301,911.63
ALL, OTHER PURPOSES.
IMS appropriation S6.3FS.726.10
191 appropriations ... &.301.91L63
- IswUl Ualwralty Fand.
Reduction in 1915 $1,063,814.47
"Tha re-approprlatittt of special unt
varsity building fund, although making
K available for use tlitt btonnium, should
not properly be charge against the legis
lature of 1915. Tha $C2b 24.72 balance un
expended on April 1, 1)15, haa been ap
propriated twice but it can be expended
only oaoe. The unive rs ty appropriations
compare as follows:
3916 total 88.197.962.72
1913 total 2.&8.965.&8
Increase In 1915 4 796.987.14
"If we include the four trust funds,
which require no appropriation, the funds
Available for univenilty use are aa fol
lows: 1916 grand total .3,bl0,37.60
laU grand tutal 8,671.004.46
.Increase In .1915 ....$ 839,375.14
"The normal school apt roprlatlons havo
been Increased as fjllowii;
1915, four funds ........4 850,033,(19
i:13. four, funds 779,177.01
Increase la 1915 8 70,846.08
"The saving effected In making appro
priations for ordinary expenses of gov
ernment Is made up in part aa follows:
1915 COMPARED WITH 1913.
For legislative expenses $ 32.6ri6.tW
l or fifteen state institutions... 6oO,O45.00
jvonwsniy -eigm Doarua, com- f,
missions, etc i.n.o
Total saving, gross. 81.046,173.21
Study War Problems
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. May 20. (Special.) Adjutant
(ieneral Hall has assigned tha following
officers of tho medical corps of tha
National Guard to go to Fort Russel at
Cheyenne, Wyo., to attend the school in
charge of the war department:
Major C. W. Welden, Beatrice; Captain
H. H. Smith, Fremont; Captain J. R.
Cameron, Bennett; Lieutenants O. W.
Pugsley, Omaha; L. B. Sturdevant, Lin
Gin; Q. H. BenU. Fairfield P. H. Bar
tholomew, Blue Hill; B. B. Stratton,
Brunlng; W. T. Hurst. Broken Bow; H.
8. Hart, Schuyler; J. C. Anderson, Hold
rege, and C. P. Foredyce, Or and Island.
The school will extend from May 81 to
FRONTIER COUNTY PIONEER
IS DEAD AT HIS HOME
CAMBRIDGE, Neb., May 20. (Special
Telegram.) John C. Gammill, a promi
nent pioneer, aged 78 years, died last
night, after a short illness. Ha came to
this locality In 1873. Mr. Oammlll was
captain of Company I of the Third Iowa
cavalry. He baa always been a staunch
republican, having served aa clerk of the
Jtstrlet court and In the state senate
in 190S, liesides being always Interested
In local politics. He haa been a Mason
sine tha civil war and will be buried
under Masonic auspices from his Frontier
county ranch, with Interment at Stock
vllle. tMraag Wla4s Tans Jfearalgla.
lon't suiter, get'a S-c bolt Is of Sloan's
l-nnii-!!!.. it penetrates to the painful
parts at otice. Kills the pain. All drug,
gis 1 1. A d ve rtiae men t .
BUFFALO COUNTY FARMERS
ARE BUYING AUTOMOBILES
SHELTON. Neb., May 2u.-(Speclal.)
The good figure being received by farm
ers for wheat and also by those having
fed sheep the last winter haa placed a
large number on eaay street and made a
harvest for auto salesmen In this vicin
ity. During the last two weeks not lees
than eight fine machinea have been
bought, with a large numlcr of excellent
TO USE OLD jfVPPROPRIATION
Attorney General Reed Rules They
Will Not Lapse Until the
End of August.
WINDFALL FOR NATIONAL GUARD
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 2. (Kperlal.) Attor
ney General Reed has ruled In connec
tion with an appropriation made by the
1918 legislature for the erection of a
National Guard armory at the atate fair
grounds. Just when an appropriation
lapses. Only a part wss used, 84.000 being
left of the amount! It has become nec
essary to build an addition to the armory
and he holds the balance left has not
lapsed. This would apply to all appro
priations of two years ago. The consti
tution covering the mater reads as fol
lows: Each legislature shall make appropria
tions for the expenses of the government
until the expiration of the fiscal quarter
after the adjournment of the next reg
ular session and all appropriations shall
end with that quarter.
The end of the fiscal year la November
SO. Reports of state officers all end with
that date. This would make each fiscal
quarter, according to the attorney gen
eral, end February 28, May 81, August
81 and November 30. He holds that as the
legislature did not adjourn until some
time In April the "next fiscal quarter'
would begin June 1 and end August 81,
consequently the blennlum for spproprla
lions made by the 1913 legislature will
not end until August 31. 1916. and those,
appropriations cannot lapse until that
Doctors Want New
HASTING?, Neb., May 20. (Special
Telegram.) The house of delegates on
the State Medical society today unanim
ously adopted resolutions calling for a
convention to adopt a new state constitu
tion. The resolution recites that many sec.
tions of the constitution are obsolete and
that there la need of reform In medical
law and state government. Omaha wss
selected without opposition for the 1916
convention of the medical society.
Tha following officers were elected:
V5. W. Rowe, Lincoln, president; J. V.
Beghtol, Hastings, and A. C. Stokes,
Omaha, vice presidents:. Joseph M. Aiken.
Omaha, secretary: A.' S. V. Manafelde.
Asniana, treasurer; w. p. Wherry.
umana, UDranan; hoard or directors, J.
B. Potts. Omaha: H. J. Lehnhoff. Lin-
coin; I H. Dillon, Auburn; U Htark.
Dr. J. V. Bechtol of Hastings presided
at the banquet and the speakers were
VV. F. Milbray, Omaha; A. R. Mitchell.
Lincoln-. C. I. Hall, Beatrice; A. G
McGrth, Grand Island; II. & Dungan.
A concert by the musicians of Ingle-
slde, including Hans Albert, was a feat
ure of the entertainment.
NOTES FROM BEATRICE
AND GAGE COUNTY
BEATRICE, Neb.. May 20.-(SpeclsJ
tn an amended petition filed Wednesday
In the office of tho clerk of the district
Court, Benjamin F. Hagerm&n aitks dam
ages in the sum of 820,000 against Black
Brothers, millers, as against 810,000 asked
In his first petition filed last Ttlarch. Mr.
Hagerman alleges that he sustained ser
ious and permanent Injuries In the ex
plosion which partially wrecked the
milling plant last September when tho
plaintiff was blown Into the Blue river.
George Hill and Fred Wlrges, two
residents of this city, were fined 3M0
and tens each Wednesday by Judge
Ellis for assaulting Officers Trudo and
Buch-ls. They were unable to pay their
finea and were lodged in the city Jail.
Mrs Matilda Curry of Wymore was
granted a divorce Wednesday by Judge
Pemberton from Angus Curry. The
grounds were desertion and nonsupport.
Another case of smallpox was reported
in the oity at the home of Henry Fox. In
all five cases have been reported during
the last two dsys. The state health of
ficer may ba called here to inspect the
Joseph Calen Nlckey of Montlcello.
Minn., and Miss Martha Alice Reiff were
married Wednesday at tha home of the
bride's mother, Mra Catherine Reiff, in
this city. Rev. A. D. Sollenberger of
ficiated. Fanners I'aloa Oraaalssd.
PLATT8MOUTH, Neb., May .-(Spe-clal.)
"The Farmers Union," composed
of a number of farmers living near
Murdock. filed articles of incorporation
with the county clerk today. In which It
sets forth Its Intention of handling grain,
by both buying and selling, selling Im
plements, buying and selling elevators
and stores, placing their capital stock at
815,000. Murdock will be the principal
place of business. The officers for the
present year are: President, Fred Stock;
vice president, F. A. Creamer; secretary,
J. H. Schwerln; treasurer. H. C. Back
meyer; directors, A. A. Llndell, Roy
Meierjergen and Herman Kupke.
OUTSIDE FIRMUO COMPETE
Nebraska Printing: Companies Will
Find New Competition in the
Field Next Week.
TWO STATE BANKS CHARTERED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 20.-Pneclal.)-Indica-tlons
point to a merry time In the let
ting of contracts covering tha rrintlng
of the house and senate Journals and
other reporta of some of the departments
when tho bids are let on May 3S.
Chicago firms have beccme Interested
in the proposition and Nebraska print
ing establishments may find themselves
up against the same proposition regard
ing foreign competition In bidding as waa
in evidence some time ago when a Mis
souri firm captured the Job of printing
the supremo court reports and a Lin
coln company went into the courts to
keep them out of the game on the ground
that as a foreign corporation they had
not secured a license to do business in
this state, the cours deriding that the
foreign competitor had a right at tha
It is understood that the Chicago houses
will submit bids on tho printing and that
they may be able to capture a purt or
all of the contracts.
Two Mew Haaks.
Tho Farmers State bank of Lewellrn
has been granted a charter by the State
Banking board. The bank has a capital
of 815.000 and Its officers are B. C. Woira,
president, and CI. L Stout, cashier, no
vice president having been selected.
The Home State bank of Kennard has
also been granted a charter with a capi
tal of 815.000 with John Blaco. president:
Robert H. Denton, vice president, and
J. C. Neal, cashier.
Water Power Riaht t.lvea.
Tho Grand Inland Electtio company haa
been granted a water power right for a
hydro electric plant on the Platte river
near Grand Island. The company back
of the project consists of Chicago parties
with W. H. Thompson and F. H. Fritta
of Grand Island representing the local
end. The cost of tho plant is placed at
855,000 and has a development of C7S horse
Free Gate at Fair
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 20.-(8peclal.)-New
that the city of Topeka had voted a levy
of one-fourth of a mill to be used to pay
expenses of the Topeka fair and that a
free gate would be made for alllvlsltora
was interesting to Secretary Mellor of
tho Nebrsska State fair. He figures that
this would raise about 817,000 and might
cover the amount needed for the Topeka
show. The Topeka fair is a much
smaller than the Nebraska state fair,
and is not the state fair of Kansas, that
being held at Hutchinson.
. Mr. Mellor was asked If he would be lit
favor of Lincoln putting up the same pro
poattlon in order to give a free gate at
thetfebraska fair and said that that
would be all right, but that it would
take twice that amount to make up for
the loss of the gate receipts. He thought
half a mill levy might meet the ex
penses as it would do away with tha
expense of gate keepers and the like
which costs annually about 82.000.
The . Topeka proposition carried by
about 1,000 majority.
Cedar Creek License Refused.
PLATT9MOUTH. Neb., May 20. (Spe-
Lclal.) The Cass county commissioners
yesterday considered the petition of
Andreas Thomson, asking tor a license to
run a saloon In Cedar Creek, also the
remonstrances filed by Weeping Water,
'Louisville. Wabash, Eight-Mile Grove,
'F. A. High of Omaha, district superin
tendent of the Anti-Saloon league of the
Omaha district, and personal letters from
Mr. Bryan, A. W. At wood and others.
County Attorney A. G. Cole appeared
for Cass county, Attorney F. A. High
for the remonstrants, Walter J. 'Snyder
for Cedar Creek and S. J. Ambler for
Weeping Water, and Matt Oeiing, a
German, for the saloon. The commis
sioners refused to grant the license.
A vera Pioneer Is Dead.
AVOCA, Neb., May 20. (Special W.
D. Rough, aged 78 years, a pioneer resi
dent, living two mllus north of town.
died at his home Tuesday night, after a
few weeks' Illness. Mr. Rougn came
here In an early day. He Is survived by
five sons and five daughters, his wife
having passed away a few years ago.
The children are: William Rough of
Plnfall, Idaho; Alec Routf'.i of Steele City,
Neb.; Mrs. K. C. Walla-o of Kansas City,
Hiss Emily Rough of Ooakland, Mrs. Ed
ward Bethune of Cheney, Miss Agnes
Rough of Weeping Water, Stewart and
John of Nehawka. Mrs! Lillian Donlan
and Arthur Rough of Avoca. The fu
neral services . will be held Friday.
Spreading Track Ditches Trala.
SUPERIOR, Neb.. May 20. (Special
Telegram.) A Missouri Pacific passenger
on the Prosser branch was derailed th's
moning near Republican City, Kan. Soft
tracks caused the mils to spread, throw
ing the engine and two coaches In the
ditch. One of the coaohea rolled on its
side, but luckily no one was Injured.
v Wurmi Damage Trees.
SUPERIOR, Neb., May 2ft.-Spacial
Telegram.) A green worm Is seriously
damaging the fruit trees and elms, eat
ing all tha leaves off the branches.
DR. CASE NEITHER ALLOPATH
NOR HOMEOPATH, SAYS CARR
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May SiwolaU-Dr. K.
Arthur Carr of the state hoard of seore
tarlea of the State Board of Health who
has been Instrumental in having Dr. J.
D. Case appointed as secretary of the
board, denies that Dr. Case Is either an
allopth or a homeopath. Dr. Carr ex
plains that the new man la a sprinkling
of both, loaning both ways.
CLEAR O'CONNOR LITIGANTS
Grand Jury t Hastings Returns No
Indictments After Making:
Probe Into Case.
BOTH SIDES ASKED FOR INQUIRY
HASTINGS; Neb.. May . (Special Tel
egram.) Tha grand Jury which has de
voted nine days to Investigating matter
In connection with the John O'Connor
case, concluded Its labors today, return
ing no Indictments. Tho tailing of the
grand Jury followed the request for such
an Investigation by Judge Vinsonhaler
of Omaha, after W. V. lavia hod charged
that Vlnsorthaler s client, John T. Cula
vln. had offered him a bribe to affix a
signature to a will purporting to le
The contestants Joined In the requont
and Judge Dungan instructed the Jury
to probe all matters brought to its at
tention. A bill of expenso amounting to
and a report that tha Adams county
Jail Is sanitary and well conducted arm
the net results.
NEBRASKA SCHOOL NEWS
LODGE POLB. Neb.. May 20. t -Special.)
The baccalaureate address to the gradu
ating class waa given In the ne htnh
school auditorium on Sunday evening by
Rev. Toung of Alliance. The commence
ment address wss given last nlKht by
Robert I. Elliott of Kearney. Tho class
consists of the following members, all of
whom, in addition to their diplomas, will
receive normal training teachers' certif
icates: Doris Bates, Leah Booth. Dewey
iDe B runner. Annie Jnnik, Eva Kidney,
Francis Kidney and Guy Tates.
Work to J" tart on Nehool,
KEARNEY. Neb.. Mav 20. (Huec Inli-
Work will be commenced shortly on tho
now parochial school which will be built
In Kearney by the Catholics of this dis
trict under the leadership of. Hlnhop
James A. Duffy. Tho plans are now
compiuted and the contract will bo lot in
a few days. ,
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fairly dance with delight. Away go the
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blisters, bunions and chilblains.
"TVS' draws out the acids and poisons
that puff up your feet. No matter how
liard you work, how long you dance, how
far you walk, or how long you remain
on your feet, "TIZ" brings restful foot
comfort. "TVS' Is magical, grand, won
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for Joy; shoes never hurt or seem tight.
Get a 26 cent box of "TIZ" now from
any druggist or department store. End
foot torture forever wear smaller shoes,
keep your feet fresh, sweet and happy.
Just think! a whole year's foot comfort
for only 25 cents. Advertisement,
THE USE OF SOAP
SPOILS THE HAIR
Boap should be used very sparingly,
If at all. If you want to keep your
hair looking Its best Most soaps and
prepared shampoos contain too much
alkali. This dries the scalp, makes
the hair brittle, and ruins It.
The best thing for steady use is Just
ordinary mulslfled coooanut oil (which
Is pure and greaseless). Is cheaper
and better than soap or anything eUo
you can use.
One or two teaapoonfuls will cleanio
tha hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub
it in. It makes an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, which rinses out eas
ily, removing every particle- of du.it,
dirt, dandruff and excessive, oil. Thu
hair dries quickly and evenly, and it
leaves the scalp soft, and the hair
fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy
and easy to manage.
You can get mulslfled coooanut oil
at any pharmacy, and a few ouncos
will supply every member of the fam
ily for months. Advertisement.
and all drug and drink habita over
come by tha moat modern and hu
mane treatment known to mankind.
Call or addrasa us for more detailed
Information or references to cured
Omaha Neal Institute
ISO . 10th l FhOM Doug. TBM
HASTINGS TO GET
Dr. Kressler of North Platte
Elected President of Associa
tion at State Session.
MANY CLINICS HELD IN CITY
Because boosters for 1h hustling city
of llaHtlnss appeared In such numbers
and with IrrcsiHtlhV arguments, that
city sets the convention of the NYl'rask
Irnt;l society next ye.ir, or er the in
vitation of IJnroln iHMwters. who failed
to land It. even tliouuh tbry lui'Vi with
promises of cabaret, dances and theaters.
The decision was made nt the convention
business mecilnR lst night, after the
election of offh'cis, which was na fol
lows: l'l-cHliicm. O. If. Krrxiltr. North 1'lalte.
Vic president, II. J. Porter, t'anihrldiro.
Secretary, II. K. Kln. Omaha.
Treasurer. A. T. Duvla, Oxford.
The convention wanted to mule Dr.
Guy Ruled of Fremont the secretary, and
nearly all the delegates were on their
feet, shouting for him, when he firmly
declined. He was afterwarda tendered a
vote of thanks for his tfforts In the last
Dr. Thomas of HaKtlnRS and Dr. "Jim"
Prime of Oxford led iho llastlnxs dele
gatlon In their fight for tho meeting place
The Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
Women sre so constituted as to be
peculiarly susceptible to constipation,
and their general health depends In
large measure on careful regulation
and correction of this tendency. Their
delicate organisms rebel at1 the vio
lence of cathartic and purgative rem
edies, which, while they may afford
temporary relief, shock the systsm
and seriously disturb the functlonsl
or guns. A mild laxative Is far pre
ferable and, If properly compounded,
muoh more effective.
Tho combination of simple laxative
herba with popsln aold in drug stores
under the name of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, la Ideal for women's
use. A free trial bottle can be ob
tained by writing to Dr. W. B. Cald
well, 162 WaslUngton 8L, Montlcello,
If Yoa Have Good Teeth
Without good teeth It la Im
possible to masticate your food
properly thsrefors your divsstion
causes poisoned blood poisoned
blood causes plmplaa, headaches,
drowsiness. rheumatism, kidney
trouble and general tearing down
of your system.
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WELL KNOWN EL PASO MINING MAN
PRAISES CURATIVE POWERS OF AKOZ
P. W. Wilkey, 311 Wyoming
St., Used Remedy Three
Years Ago; No Return
of Ailment Since.
"I am for Akos first, last and all the
time," declared P. W. Wilkey, one of
the best known mining men in the west.
Mr, Wilkey, who resides at 311 Wyom
ing street, Kl Paso, suffered with atom,
ach trouble for a long time and whilo
In California three years ago, used the
new mineral discovery with such gooi
results this, he has had no return of
the ailment since. Me says:
"For a long time I waa bothered with
gas, Indigestion and general stomach
dlaorders and different remedies I used
did not seem to touch the seat of the
trouule at all. While in California three
years ago I read of the Akos mineral
remedies, and being a mining man, I
thought that it would be Just the rem
edy for me. I got some of the powder
for making the mineral water, and
drinking It four times a day made a
big improvement in a short time. Con
tinning for a few weeks I realised that
I waa entirely well and since then have
had no return of any stomach trouble.
A few weeks ago I had a bad eruption
break out on my neck, due to close
shaving, and while in Kelley & Pol
lard's drug store saw the Akos reme
dies diaplayed. Knowing their great
curative qualities, I got soms of tho
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JOW that you have read the
rasa rutins introduction to
the great novel of Gouverneur Morris, you must be
waiting not patiently for Monday. For it is Monday
when the theatre near you beetns to exhibit the surpass
ing motion pictures evolved by the Vitagraph Studios.
It is very much to be questioned tha! any serial or series of
motion pictures yet produced can be compared with "The
Goddess ' for eicjuisite loveliness, true interest and genuine heart
appeal. With all its thrills, the thrills are not what make it great.
With all its mastery of plot, the plot is not what makes you love
it. With all its perfection of stagecraft, it is not stagecraft that
is its sole support.
It it just thai : Tlis GoAiess" n a real aipoaumo oi modem day qu
tioos cnat confront you sn! yoora sod" k brings much horns to you. Reading
tha story anal then iswng the picture mads by tius paper and the Viugrapb
Company will saaka your fuilaot rrlsrtainmsnt
ugh, horrid I
soak in cool
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dusting powder and In a few days it
had maile my neck as well aa aver. I
boost this new remedy because I know
that It Is a pure, natural product that
does all that Is claimed for It." ,
Akos has proven wonderfully effec
tive In treating rheumatism, bladder,
kidney and liver trouble, piles, ecsema
catarrh and other ailments.
Akos la sold in Omaha at Bherman V
MoConnoll'a four stores and- other lead
ing druggists where , further Informa
tion may be had regarding the adver
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