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TUK, OMAHA SIMIAN ItKfc: .MAY '.'!,
DEUOS PDT LOAD ON
Additional Duties Galore Imposed
and TwelTe Thousand Taken
WAREHOUSE LAW TAXIKQ HOLD
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
tilNCOLN. May 22.-(Spclal.)-In an
effort to carry out at leant one of the
platform pi edge a given the people at the
last election, the democratic legtelature
passed a pnhllo warehouse Mil. In orrU-r
to Inaure the success of the law they
placed He Jurisdiction and enforcement In
the handa of a republican railway com
mission. However, they neglected to
make any appropriation to enable the
com ml a Ion to take care of the work.
The act requires that within the first
five days of each month every public
warehouse shall make a sworn return to
the State Railway commission of all
(Train held In store on each day during
the previous month and the value of the
same: also the amount and value of any
outstanding certificates of grain received
and not held In storage-. The Ftate Rail
way commission Is authorized to prepare
forma for the different rvelpU, etc.. to
be used by the warehouses.
Several other duties are forced upon
the commission which is empowered to
enforce the provisions of the act.
Mar Hare Been Deliberate.
Whether the democratic leaders In the
legislature pulled off a plan to put the
responsibility of the law upon the repub
lican railway commission and then prac
tically hampered its enforcement by fail
ing to provide any funds to carry on the
work is a question to be considered. Not
only did they hamper the commission by
putting more work upon it with no funds
to do the work, but they still further
crippled the efficiency of the commission
by lopping off 112,000 from it appropria
tion. But tbat Is not all. The enforcement
and work of tha blue sky department ia
in the hands of the railway commission,
and the democratic legislature went so
far as to refuse to make any appropria
tion to carry on the work of that depart
ment and by a construction of the law
even the blue sky fees. have to be turned
into the general fund of the state and
cannot be withdrawn.
ttll A Bother Doty.
On top of this some more work was
placed on tha commission. In the public
welfare btlL No appropriation was made
for Uida work, yet the railway commls
Blon, with three outside propositions
forced upon It to take care of, was given
no appropriation to carry on the work
and on top Ita efficiency was crippled by
outUng off of $12,000 from ita regular
Tha public warehouse bill is likely to
maka much extra work for the oommls
aton. Already applications are beginning
to com in regarding warehouses, and It
la tha opinion that within a year very
few elevators of any slxe wfil be outside
of the law. This will mean a great deal
of work and there Is no appropriation to
tiolp its enforcement.
CLAY COUNTY MAINTAINS .
' EXCELLENT POOR FARM
' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 22. (Speclal.)-Secre-tary
-Bhahan of the State , Board of
Charities and Corrections has made an
Inspection of the Jails and poor farms
ef Clay and FUmore. counties and also
of tha Qeneva Industrial school.
The Jail of Clay county is kept in
good shape and la a one-story frame
building with a steel cage in which are
six cells. The county has a good poor
farm and the same is rented to a super
intendent who gives the county one-third
of the grain and other stuff raised on the
farm, but pays cashrent for the hay
and pasture land. The county received
11,440 last season from the superintendent
as ita share. He boards the county poor
for 13 per week.
Fillmore county has a . modern Jail,
though small In the basement of the
court house at Geneva. It is well kept
and in good condition. The poor farm is
a good one, although the house needs
' some repairs. The county pays a super
intendent and bis wife 1720 a year and
the county furnishes everything. Seven
men and three women, all old people live
at tha farm. '
At the edneva Industrial home Secv
tary Bhahan found 100 girls enrolled and
the new building Just being completed.
He thinks the new part is a decided
credit to the state and is modern in every
way. The superintendent and her assist
ants all take a deep interest In the girls
and the whole institution appears like
one big family of healthy and happy chil
WILLIAM WEITZEL BOONE
COUNTY PIONEER. IS DEAD
ALBION. Neb. May Z:. (Special Tele
gram.V William Weltzel. aged 74, one of
the early pioneers of Boone county, died
at hi residence last night In this city
after a lingering lllnens. The deceased
waa born in Germany, coming to
America when 12 years of age. He
served in an Illinois regiment during the
civil war. He located In Boone county
Jn UT1 and filled the Uficee of county
superintendent and county clerk for a
number of years. Later he engaged In
the abstract and Insurance business. He
was a member of Albion lodge. Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons and United
AVorkmen. A widow and to sons. F.
M. Weltsel and W. C. Weiuel, survive
him. here. y
NORTH BEND WETS WANT
ANOTHER SALOON VOTE
FREMONT. Neb.. May 21 North Bend
will again rave licensed satuoni. if a peti
tion being circulated among the cltisens
is granted by the town council Monday
evening Circulators of the petition de
clare that since North Bend has b.-en
dry" persons have been going to other
towns for their brinks and have kept It
stored in cellars and other places.
leading bualness men of the village are
satisfied with the present system, and It
Is said to le unlikejy that the council
will jrsnt th- titlon and surmlt the
qu'stloit In nr.otbr vote.
Faraaer .North Brad Wanas Dead.
NORTH BF.XP. N'V. May I'.. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Kdward F. Mlllerllng of Web
ater City, la. formerly LIUii Biruie Kel
aer of North Bend. lie(i yesterday at
a hospital In Rochoi.er. Minn.." where;
she had gone for surgical treatment for
olter. She waa 32 years old.
MRS. LOUISE TARKINGTON, former wife of Booth
Tarkington, axithor, is the bride of Wizard Counelly, a
New York newspaper man. The marriage was performed
at the home of Miss Hilda Fletcher,-, sister of -the bride.
The picture shows Mrs. Louise Connelly and daughter.
NEWS OF NEBRASKA SCHOOLS
Fifty Four Graduate at David City.
Torty-Four at McCook, Thirty
Four at Pawnee City. .
SENATOR N0RBIS AT OXFORD
DAVID CITY, Neb.. May 22.-Speclal.)
The opening event of the annual com
mencement season of the David City High
school was tha alumni reception ' and
banquet Friday evening in the spacious
parlors of the First Methodist church.
"What Ia Tour Life?" is the subject of
Rev. E. C. Davie' baccalaureate sermon
to the graduating class at the Methodist
church Sunday evening,' May 23. "She
Stoops to Conquer" is the title of .the
class play to be given at the opera house
Thursday evening, May 27. There are
eighteen characters in the cast.. Miss
Grace Ettlng and Gerald Fenlon have
the leading parts. Cloyd Stewart of the
Lntverslty of Nebraska will direct the
A miscellaneous program will be given
at the graduation exercises Friday even
ing, May 2S. Rev. J. J. Bell wl(l give the
invocation and Superintendent F. R.
Beers will present the diplomas. There
are thirty-three girls and twenty-one
m ; t - - w - . w ' - -- w -a. . , . . u . jf
troys whose names follow: Misses ldelle Oxford . High school took place In the
Bock. Elsie Browltt, Viola Bykerk, Anna i Pr hou Thursday avening. The class
Brandt, Merit Callen, Mary Consldlne, ! address was given by Senator G. W.
Florence Chapman, Grace Ettlng. Ellen Norr1. hU subject being "Political Con
Foster. Katie Glock, Ethel Hopkins. clence." At . the request of the class.
Hasel Hardman. Olga Hayek, Louisa the J'P'om" '"re presented by former
Hahn. Valdeva Hastings. Rilla Howe. , Superintendent C. L. Anderson. Buper
Nellie Lanapa, Agnes Lltjen. Luaetta Mc- i Intendent Chadderdon presented to Frsnk
vmht mnn Mrf.,v.n Mrr.t:An,,eron' ss honor student, the scholar-
Nichols, Louise Shane. Eva Stearns,
He Smith, Thelma Streeter. Grace Styer,
Allie Towner, Martha Thege, Marie
Vartn. Zora Wunderllch, Margaret
Wright, Minnie Woodraska, Mabel Whit-,
ney and Messrs. Foster Alma, Sterling!
Coe, Joseph Dworak, Gerald Fenlon, Roy
Foster. Arnold Flala, Ralph and Arthur
Fortune, Harold Gillham. Wesley Glock.
Ernest Hlnse, Thurraan Hlnda, Richard
Jaenlke, William Kunxman, Rollln
ueon, Willard Messinger, Garth Ostehout,
Robert Bchweser. Lester Tlllma, Louis
' Vanous and Leverne Waltera
Keaaedy ) peaks at McCook.
M'COOK. Neb., May 22. (Special.)
This Is commencement season at Mo-
Cook. Sunday evening. Rev. D. L. Mo-
Bride of the Baptist church delivers
the baccalaureate sermon. On Wednesdsy
night at the Temple theater, the senior
class presents its annual play, which is
entitled, "An Americsn Citisen." Thurs
day night, the Alumni a&ociation is
planning an elaborate banquet to be held
at the high school building. Friday
night, the commencement exercises of the
high achooi will take place at the Temple
theater. Hon. John L. Kennedy of
Omaha delivers the commencement sd-
dress. Florence Benjamin ia class vale
dictorian and Marie Wnckenfuss, saluta-
torlan. The graduating cIhkb this year
9 graduating clas this year," - ' ' ' , , , . "
forty-four numbers, the larg- rth . is voluntarily re
history of tho arhool The P"; e Intend, to. study a year In
est in the
following Is the Hal of graduates:
Hazel M. Andrewa, Mollle I.. Bauer,
Gladys L. Bnwnc, Ida k.'. fain, Lola V.
Csrrull. Helen M. loyl. Margaret E.
Goliehon, Grace l. Uainmell, Elizabeth
A. Ilendernon, Bertha E. llesketl. Ma
belle K Jennlrig.i. Chios M. Johnston,
Elisabeth A. Krieger. KuLiy L. I.tnehurt.
Orace 1.. Mo, Kegint C. M "Kcnna,
Haatd M. Reld, Ruatell B. Komcnihe.
Christine chlct, Wustave II. Fade,
Harry V. Troendly. Boy I Sfiart .Wtlleta,
Frank F. Barnett. i-loren'-e I.. Be ijamln.
Albert J. fain. Ruth Calhn, leonard I,.
Ciandall. enevle e M. Knrlght. )le t
Gordon. Victor K.
Harr. Marie Houlihan,
rean VV. lioyt. Al
1.aI.. MarlA I
Ruth McBrirte. John ll. McKilllp, Muriel
E. Held. Richard K. Hidr, K.iymond
S Schwab. WaML c I raui, aiane i.
Wockenfuaa and CTara I'. Tuttle.
Dr. Brows at Well Point.
WEST POINT. Neb.. May J2.t Special.)
The twenty-seventh commencement ex
ercises of the West Point High achooi
will be held In the Auditorium on May 2T.
There are aeventeen siudrnls to vradu-
ate. Dr. Broan of Doane college will de- u, work. JUro)d Anw
liver the oration of the evening. The AnKnev' Connii coptey
graduates are: Robert R. Muf.die. Alvln :rharlM fox; ( Joyce - Cuahrrutn. Ruth
Barton. Donald D. Llliota Alex R. E)U.th Pear, Kvua Loi, ' oreen. Ruth
Krauae. Albert Schwedhelm. Arthur F. Hlnshaw, "Ola'd's Hitchcock: alargaret
ITawlts, Edith C. Hernnai.n, Eleanor C. , lff Rsr, Johnson, Viola Klone, Clyde
Bruenlng, Grace Herrmann. Elisabeth .)ttle , Helcn'4,i.. res-sa Maguire . Ilst
Ortmeler, Lillian Solf, rrausr, lt jle ut, MpriB, Vll'iis jlc nojt . Alonw
Poeschl, Ella M. Andre. M. IliHur An- yuier, Vincent Morgan, Emma Matsl.all.
derson. Kunl Kiaft. Sylvia L Ne'burg p4r Oihorn. . Eloreurs plumb. Leslie
and Adonera E. Nelburg. The baccalau- j Boaeherry. Lou the Smith, Mr Stewart,
reate sermon will be preached In the Ger- i Velma Ptuckey, Orrln Rturtevant. Le
min Lutheran church by Rev. A. R. E. land Stoner, Bernard Traugrer, Anna
Of lachlaeger, pastor, on Sunday evening, j White, Orylls White, Dora Wmun,
May a Tlie aanusl clsss day pla;' Willi Vaughn Tants... ...
be riven at the Auditorium on Tuesday
evening. May 25. The title is "The Char
ity Girl." . ,
Tklrtr-Fonr at Pawne City.
PAWNEE CITY, Neb.. May 3. (Spe
clal.) Commencement week began Sun
day night with the class sermon, which
was delivered in the Presbyterian church
by Rev. G. W. CampbelL pastor of the
Christian chuich. Wednesday night the
class night exercises were held In the,
uti nuun.. i ne class son was
composed: by Mrsv.W. S. Potts, musical
director for the local schools.' The class
of .thirty-four members received their I
diplomas last night. ' The graduates are
Helen Agnew,' John 'Anderson, Ernest
Atkinson, James Baer, James Barker,
Charles Hosier, Lorraine. Carter, Alma
Copenhaver, 'Jerome Cox, Kyle Curry,
Allen Edee,' Inez 'Evans, Lottie Hagood,
Mervyn Halley, Orville Hedrlck, William
Johnson, Vena Klrkpatrlck, Hasel Larkln,
Joseph Ltebendorfer, Carl Martin,
Howard Mecham, Grace Nicholson, Aber
Ovendcn, Glenn Owen, Grace Porter, Ada
Potts, Harvey Rice, Frances Snyder, John
Starr, Rex Stimson, Edgar Tussey, Erma
Vrtiska, Mary Warren and Kenneth Wil
son. Grace Porter gave the valedictory
and Ada, Potts the salutatory. The com
"mencement address was delivered by Rev.
J. l. Andreas. . ...
Senator orris at Oxford.
OXFORD,' Neb.,. May 23.-(Speclal.)-The
annua graduating exercises of the
Car-!",p' glven by
U , . c0"e
the association of Ne
. The class numbered
eighteen, eleven boys and seven girls,
several of whom will continue the'r
school work next year in higher Insti
tutions. flenator Hitchcock at (ktdrna.
Commencement eTerclHea of the rb.dmn
H1,h achooi .tM Sunday u,t wltn the
, baocalaureate sermon by ; Rev. ' J. H.
Mark-jgtougn of . tne .. Congregational
. church. Tut sday evening occurred the
; Junior-senior banquet at the residence of
Martin Morrlssey. Those present' beside
the members of the two classea were Su
perintendent and Mrs. Hayes, Principal
and Mrs. Mann, Miss Sperling and Miss
Culton. ''"Thursday evening came the
senior play, a farce comedy entitled "A
Scrap of Paper," which made a great
Graduating exercises were held at the
Loomer Opera house. Senator Gilbert M.
Hitchcock delivered the principal address.
Worth Bead Haperlnteadrut llealaoa.
NORTH BEND, Neb.. May 22. - Spe
cial.) The .twenty-seventh annual com
mencement of the North Bend - High
school was held at the opera house Fri
day night. Representatives of the clasa
consist of, twenty members. Superin
tendent F. L. McNown, who has Just
closed his fifth year at the head of the
I University of Nebrarka and. with his
family, will move to Lincoln next week.
Mrs. McNown also will take some spe
cial work in the university. Superin
tendent D Wolf will succeed Mr. Mc
Nown and J. H. Jones, late of Central
''ity. has acceptt d the prlnclpalship of
I the high school. '
h.a. eller Avery at t.erl.a.
; c.KP.INU, Neb.. , May 22.-(Spcrlal.)-A
' ijass of eight. was graduated last evening
' from the l.erlnr mrh irKnnl nv. k.
ususl ceremonies.'' the speaker of the
"Chancellor S.mue Avery
of the I'nlversity of Nebrask
j Thirty-Ma at Vork.
1 TO UK. Neb., May . r,cia.L
jinirrwrix student will graduate from
'the Vork High school thla year. The
! Iiscesliiiirrm , oration will be delivered
by Rev. R. H. 'Lindsay May 30. The com
mencement oration will' be delivered by
t'iiancellor Avery June's. Following sre
the. name n t rfhrike rthn Mr.l--
DDftU WHINED TQ
im1. miuiiun iu
HEAD OF ACADEMY
Memorial Held in Honor of
Charles E. Betsey, Formerly
MANY MEN OF SCIENCE THERE
t iwn v vt... r ,91.1 a, k.
May S. (Spwtal.) At the
business session of the annual meeting
of the Nebraskn Academy of Science hold
' Friday at Lincoln, Frof. tAwrence Bcuner
! of the department of entomolocv of the
state unl entity was pie -ted president
j for the coining year.
I In the morning general addretaos were
delivered ana In the afternoon depart
mental seaalons were held.
The evening session was the yearly
banquet held In the dining hall of the
university temple, which took the, form
of a memorial to the late nrealdent. ir.
vtie collcKO, presided at tills imetrng.
Memorial addresses were delivered by
rP. C; D. Swieiy, the only original mem
lier of the uendemy present with the
exception of Dr. Tyler, Pr. Barbour of
the department of geolory at Uocolti,
I'rot. Bruncr, Frof. Urownell. Prof. Mer
cer of Kearney Normal, and the men
Invited to represent the academies of
science throughout the country, Frof.
t'onard of Grlnnell, Is., and Pr. George
F., Moore of 't. Ixiuls. representing ,tUe
Academy of Science of Philadelphia, of
Indiana, and of Missouri.
Following this banquet Dr. Monre, ns
dli-ector of U,e Missouri Botnical Oar
dena of Kt. Louis, spoke on "The St.
Louis Botanical Wardens, Their Plaoe and
Hervlce.- Illustrstlng his Ulk.with lantern
SEWARD MAN TRIES TO
KILL SELF ON TRAIN
SF.WARO. Xeb.. May XL tflpecial Tel
egram.) C. M. Toinandl of Bee, who dls
appeared from his home about ten days
sho and was afterward located at Blaine,
Wash., attempted J suicide on Burlington
train No. 44 last night about two miles
west of Seward. He shut himself in the !
vestibule, and shot himself with a re
volver. The bullet entered his left lung,
above the heart. He will not recover.
He Is a well known business man. Ills
action was caused by sunstroke last year.
Another attempt at suhide was made
by a man out of work In the city Jail
last night. An ad In an Omaha Paper',,,. .ram. r,.i ,nict. which will
iw uk-ii iu wwrn tm pavina nerv naa
brought 300 men, and more are coming,
THROWN FROM HAND CAR
------ . . . -
' AND HAS NECK BROKEN
PAWNEE CITT, Neb., May 21 (Spa
rial.) Pearl eebrlng, who was employed
as a , section hand by the Rook Island
railroad at DuBols. eleven mile south-
east of this city, broke his neck last
night whon the handcar on whloh he was
coming in from work Jumped tha track.
The workmen who were with him cannot
tell how the accident happened, as It oc
' curred so quickly. Coroner J. C Wad
dell was called to hold an Inquest.
Notes from Falls City.
FALLS CITT. Neb., May i (Special.)
The work, of the Richardson County
Dry league up to date Is the defeat of
the Randolph application at Verdon, the,
withdrawal of one saloon at Rulo. also '
one drug store application at , Rulo and
the defeat of the B redly application at!
Dawson and tlte defeat of the. first ap
plication at Fargo. Alexander and Con
net won their case in the district court,
as the evidence of the ramonstrators was
held by Judge. Raper to be Insufficient
to sustain the charge that liquor was
sold to a habitual drunkard who lived In
The, Booster' club of Falls City has
made arrangements with the committee)
In charge of the liberty bell for a short
stop in Oils city en route to the Panama
exposition on July 8. A big demonstra
tion will be held at the depot.
Arrangements have been completed by
the Memorial association for an address
j by Senator Norrla on the morning of May
31. Memorial day exercises will take place
at the court house square.
Gooal Rossi Meetlaar at Teeaaaseh.
TECUMjtEH, Neb., May 22. (SpeclaJ.)
Enthusiasts In Tecumseh have
Planned a good roads Meeting for Te
tuinseh for Monday - ovenlng. May 21.
The co-operation of the larmers with the
men from this city Is asked, and the
farmers will come to the meeting. Lunch
nil! be served. The Commercial club and
the Tecumseh Automobile club are back
:t tile proposition. IX F. Dalby of
Beatrice, president of the Nebraska Good
Roads' nsroclatton, will be one of the
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
24 Years In Omaha.
lr.il -22 Woodmen of the World Bldg. Phone I. 1750
ltth and K amain, Omaha. Hours: ft to 0; Seyidays, 10 to 12. '
Rheumatism Con Be Cured
Why suffer whan tha new treatment will positively cure Rbenmatlsm
in tan days.' Stop suffering and avoid serious complications which may
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DR. W. W. BOWSER
1 Be B tiding.
iSTATE UNIVERSITY USES UP
large number of stamps
l. i- IV lfin.nl.1 1 Tl..
state university correspondence depsrt
jjj. J ment Is one of the blg Items of expenw
'ito that Institution and today a voucher
I was filed with the state auditor for
jtl.lW.TB. This comes from the mill tax
1 fund and doea not cover what mav have
' been used. If any, from from the cash
fund. The Items cover the following:
J 2S.O0O 1-cent stamps, 20.MM t-ient stamps,
' t B-cent stamp. fX A-cent stamps. 0
3-cent stamps, 2.f poatal cards, 0 1-
cent enveionea, in.uot) l-ccnt envelopes.
The voucher does not give the period
covered by the expenditures, but simply
slates that so much was required.
URE and hall contest
ON FINE POINTS OF LAW
tFtom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May a.-(HpeclaJ.)-County
Treasurer I're of Douglas county has
made a domnnd upon State Treasurer
Hall this mo-ulng for the recHpts which
the state treasurer has refused to for
ward the Douglas county treasurer, be
cause the letter written from the county
treasurer's office In which he suggested
that Mr. Hall sign the receipts himself
instead of his bookkeeper, did not bear
the official signature of Mr. I're, but
wss probably the work of a clerk or
deputy. Mr. Hall will answer Mr. lire
after he has been to church tomorrow
and received some Inspiration.
CONTRACT IS LET FOR
NORTH PLATTE BRIDGE
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. May H2.-(Spe-clal
Telegram.) The coitract fi-r the
bridge over the. Lincoln highway across
(he Platte east of this city was granted
late yesterday to the Omaha Structural
Steel company. Contracts hsve been
signed for a steel and concroto bridge
Including the fills. The price Is M.0O0.
(Work on the bridge will be started at
onoe. The county nnnrnlssionma were
compelled to readvertlse, becau.e of a
misunderstanding regarding a pat nt de ¬
vice, which would have been used In
; constructing the type of toucrele bridge
NEEDED ACREAGE SECURED
FOR LARAMIE PROJECT
QKRING. Neb.. May 24 Special.)
The acreage necesssry to insure the con
struction of the Fort Laramie unit of
add 107,000 acres to tho Irrigated area
iln this valley, has been more than
I signed up and reclamation authorities
are now checking up. the trust deeds
hvw vim. ar
Wratory to Issuing ,brder. for the In-
I ceptlon of work. Almost tl.0ii0.000 is now
available for this canal, whloh will be
augmented aa the work proceds to some
thing like M.000,000.
LARKIN MAY NOT ACT
AS COUNSEL IN CASE
(From a Staff Oorreapondent.)
LINCOLN, May . Special.) Tire
state supreme court this morning refused
to issue a writ of mandamus against
Judge GuyT. Graves of the Eighth Judi
cial district, ordering him to reinstate
J. A. Larkln as special counsel for the
prosecution of the case of a man by the
name of Cochran, on trial for murdering
John F. Jump. Larkln had formerly
acted as counsel for Mrs. Cochran in a
suit for divorce.
KANSAS SCIENTIST SOLVES
MOST PUZZLING PROBLEM
' (From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN". May 22 (Speclal.)-The
State Board of Irrlpatlon has Just re
ceived a pamphlet which is entitled "A
Balllirtla Electro Dynamometer Method
of Measuring Itystercses Ijoss In Iron."
It is an interesting document and did
not come from the Russian trenches, it
came from K anas a
Restaurant nt Curtis Bnraed.
CURTIS. Neb.. May 22. (Special Tele
gram.) The fire department was called
out early thia mamlng to suppress another
fire which wss found to be In Murry'e
cafe. The building was . completely
gutted, the furniture and stock being
entirely destroyed. Everything was in
sured. The Bee Want Ads Are Best Businesa
Art Kzhlblt at Kails City.
FALLS CITT. Neb.. May 22.-(Spetlal.)
At an art exhibit held in this city by
the Woman's club, at ahlch time work
of Nebraska painters was shown. Mrs.
James Lees of Lincoiu. state chairman
of the department of art of the Nebraska
DR. HRADUURY IV NEW OFFICK8
gg your dentist? You will immediately cher
ish ine as a member who can supply your
wants ia dentistry without the pain.
Among tha thousands who have chosen
me to do their dental work I am aware of
very few dissenting voice. My painless
methods and the extraordinary dentistry
that I can give will appeal to tha whole fam
ily regardless of age.
Pyorrhea successfully treated.
..Teeth without plaU-a up.
Beat work guaranteed 10 years.
Railroad fare for 50 miles allowed.
ileite,1 c-luhe, exil;(n"d the weiV and
tee a hietorlcal sketch of the llfv of
t: authors of the nlctrrea in the cx -
hlhlt. Many curios v.ere on eMMl ot
this time al, which were of historic
Funeral of A. R. BratiHorr.
-HAP.TINOTON. Neb., May (Mpe
rlal.) The body of A. n. Prandow, who
A majority of the
$5 and $6 Boys' Norfolk
Suits which we are
have two pairs
More than 400 suits in this special
offer and every one a winner.
M. 16 i at
Notice of Removal
JOHN A. GENTLEMAN
and Licensed Embalmor
Has Removed His Undertaking Es
tablishment from 1614 Chicago St. to
2624 Leaveworth Street:
Our new establishment Includes a chapel and all the modern
arrangements for convenience In the proper handling of funerals.
Lady attendant. '
aro on Every Bottle of
tha Qcnulna .
seal over the
The name and
blown in the
The Duffy Malt Whi.key Co., Rochester, N. Y.
idled recently In Oman, whs 'none.t
home Thursday evenimr end the rincr;il
lterviica will be held at the McI'i-kIM
church on Sunday afterncon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Urandow died ver suddenly of heart
and stomach trouble, having gone to the
city to visit his wife, who was taking
treatment there. He was one of the old
est bualneaa men of Hartlnsrton and was
a prominent Odd Fellow.