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TI1K HKK: OM.ULV. MONDAY, JUXE U, 1915
BRIEF CITY NEWS !
A-a-sarl sTeeklae at IMkolin'B.
av Soot Frist It Now Beacon Pre
tedJats wfflcUaoy Th tc plat
dinner served at ftcblita hotal.
Jan IrtiM Bapeet at least n of
ur elecurio lamp. Burire-Qranden Co.
J. Zh Orkla Back J. U Orkln of Or
kin Uros.. him returned to Omaha, from
a two- weeks' trip to New York City.
Dr. hnn F. Ooaaony, Deatlst, wish
to announce th removal of hit office
to 300-PI Brown block, 16th and Douglaa
Bta. formerly In Cltr National bank.
Todara OompUta Moru rrograta'
claaalftad aectlon today, anA appear ta
The Pee EXCLUSIVELY1. Find out what
Ik vartoua mevlng picture tlieatera offer.
Dr. W, F. Wherry announce the sev
erance of Ma association with Dr. F. 8.
Owen and the establishment of Ma tem
porary offices at suite TS, Brandcla thea
Socialist Car F arty The Toung
Veople Socialist league, recently or
ganised, ' will bold card party JTrlday
night at 8:30 o'clock In the Larrlo build
ing, room 80". Nineteenth and Farnani
More Oaae of Frrer The health de
partment reporla no abatement In the
i.erlet fever titration. Four more oaset
were reported during th last twenty-four
lioura. There are five cun at tt School
for the Den.
Injured by Automobile Morris Her
aohn. 941 South Twenty-seventh ttreet,
waa bruised at Seventeenth and Chicago
treeta laat night when h waa struck
by en auto being driven by F. I Good,
jsrt Karntm atreet.
School of Mosio aforea Jar-ien Bd
ward Carnal will move hi school of
voice culture from the Wead building on
Kighttenth and Paraam street to the
Iftrto building at Nineteenth and Farr.am
on Holiday. June 14.
Small tad JClssUr Milan Oldlnovlc.
12 years old, disappeared from bis home.
Wi W illiam street, last evening, and has
not' been eem by his parent ainra then.
Hi father went from place to place today
where ha thought the boy might be, in
quiring for Mm.
on For Jewish Youths The Young
Hebrew association of Omaha ha started
l.irild a home for the Jewish youth of thla
.?ity. The committee consists of P. Tom-
Kin, A. IBTUI, . uuiuBiiin ...
vaster and 8. Welner.
VCxn. Quinby Quickly Beeovsrs- Mrs
H. It Qulnbv has about recovered from
the shock and 111 effects of the collision
which occurred near Tenth and Harney
atreets last Tuesday about noon, when
a street car ran into a Jitney auto in
which Mrs. Quinhy and two other paa
songors were riding.
Burgess Zagagea Wn HIv Be
fore leaving for the coast. Manager W.
J. Burgess of the Boyd theater engaged
Mlsa Edith Martin to manage the Tues
day evening features, which are presented
each week In connection with th stock
company entertainment. These special
nights proved so popular last season that
Mana;?:' burgess has decided to continue
therj next winter.
Clip Off Miles at
After several postponement the motor;
cycle vaces nt , the Stadium Speedway
were held for the first time this year
last night. "Sli races' and 'a tlat wgaiiTM
time constituted the program: ".' '
' Larry Fleckenstein rode the mile exhi
bition. He clipped the distance off. In
seconds, .equaling the world's record
established by Jof HJoNell last year.
Several new rider made their appeer
mce, Including Al Ward of Fait, Lake
City, Berg Bruggeman of Denver and
Boy Shaw of San Bemntdlno. Cal. Ward
and Bruggeman walked off with two
firsts. Races will be held this afternoon
nd evening.. Summary:
Race No. 1. four miles: Al Ward, first;
Dutch Myers, second; Dave Klnnle, third.
Time, 2:S6.4. . .
Race No. 2, two miles: Larry Flecken
htiln, first; Marty Grave, second; Jc-e
McNeil, third. Time. l;2U.l.
Rate No. S, five miles: Berg- Brugge
man, first: Al Ward, second; Henry
l,ewis, third. Time, 3:81.1.
Race No. 4, three miles: Larry Fleck
enstein. first: Marty- Qrsves, second; J.
A. McNeil, third. Time, 1:17.
Race No. 6, six miles: Henry Lewis,
first; Berg Bruggeman. second; Dut-;h
Myers, third. Time, 4:17.8.
Itace No. 6. seven miles: Larry Fleck
i nstein, first; Marty Graves, second; Roy
Hhaw. third. Time. 4:fi0.
In Military Lineup
To Be Here Tuesday
The automobile corps of Northwestern
Military and Naval academy of Highland
Park, III., Is to arrive In Omaha Tuesday,
June 15b en route to the San Francisco
expedition. Thu corps ' Is to maintain
strict military formation and discipline
during tho entire vaur and all are to .be
In uniform. In tha party are two Omaha
boys, Mayer Spienberger and Bud Cohn.
There are tea car and forty boy In the
CADETS' COMPETITIVE DRILL
WILL BE HELD TUESDAY
Competitive drill of the Omaha Ills',
school cadet regiment will be held at Fort
Omaha Tuesday. The Judges will be arm?
otflccrs. The drills will consist of the
regimental spell down for individual
honors, drill for the best company and
the beat battalion. Company D under
Captain Paul Flothow and Company C
under Captain Walter O. Johnson are
expected to contest for first honors.
The trl-colored cat that Company C
found at camp and chose as a mascot
waa brought bnck to Omaha with tit
company from the Malvern camp grounds
and she is at present In tare of one of
the privates to whom It took a strong
OMAHA WOMAN ANXIOUS
TO LOCATE HER BROTHER
lira. LilUe E. Baker of Omaha I try
ing to locate her brother, William H.
Hartley, who waa last heard of at Win
ner, S. D., In order that settlement may
he made of the estate of William T.
Hartley, who died recently at the Sol
diers and Sailors' home at Burkett, Neb.
In order to make the settlement Mr.
Hartley must be found and hi where
about at present are unknown. Harry
O. Palmer, attorney for Mrs. Baker,
aske anyone who might know Mr. Hart
ley's present address to notify him or
latflaestloar Ealf N
l'r. "K !' New Life Pill stir up your
11' i. fcld digestion. You feel fine th
Jay. Only Re. All druggists. Ad-vviUetitnl-
SCHOOL ANDCOLLEGE NEWS
Hasting College Hti Most Imposing
Commencement Week in All
OTHER CLOSING EXERCISES
Commencement week at the college ws
Hnaa- Ana tMMtn tha. Kao.alatltata
."unday, five pupils' reoitals wor he)d
at the college chapel and conservatory
rooms. These were given ny Mis Cathe
rine Lynn, Miss Marietta OHara, Miss
Rlla Wants. Mis Wllma Warrick and
taurine the pre-crmmenrirHnt wunn.
the senior class was given a dinner at
the home of president and Mrs. Crone.
A faculty luncheon waa given at the
borne of Freeldont and Mra Crone In
honor of rrrf. 1L M. Fuhr and Miss
Ruth Johnson of the conservatory fac
ulty, who are to be married th latter
part of the month.
Baccalaureate Sunday the main addres
was given by AaaodaU Secretary Calvin
H. French of the college board. It waa
a strong presentation from the text.
"Blessed are the pur In heart."
On Monday an Interclae athletic ooli
te was held on Hnen field. The
sophomore clae came out victorious,
Monday evening wa given over to a
musical program by three artists. Reed,
basso; Hall, tenor, and Mrs. Zendt. so
prano. Th same artist anueared on
Tuesday everting In "th chorus, "Tho
Creation," by tha Haydn choral och?ty.
wmon wa very largely attended.
The final cnanel service wa held on
Tuesday morning. At this service Mr.
tee. a Korean student, presented a a
gift from the Korean bey an enlarged
Picture of Mr. O. I Jone. th former
Bible teacher in the college end spc
fist teacher Of th Koreans. wfana
death occurred lust before the opening
or the colic year. A plend!d enlarged
Picture of A. L. Wlrton wss sJm nr..
tented at th final chapel servio by V.
u. joimeon. Mr. Wlgton wa on of the
organizers of th college. It died during
the year at hit horn In Omaha.
Following th chapel service on Tues
day tnortiing the contest for the biblical
prlre of $2S took place. Th first trUe
wis tdkc.n by Mies leucine ffofleld. and
second want to J. ,T.- Oretslnger. The
temperance prise of r offered by the
'Presbyterian board wti also divided be
tween two students, P. L. Byrani taking
first place and Milton H. Mook second.
Tie D. J. ffcheff junior eesay prise of
$1S wag won by Howard Pratt. On
Tuesday afternoon the board of trustees
held it meeting In Rliurland hall. Fol
lowing the meeting of the board a recep
tion waa given at the home of President
Crone to the students and friend of the
The commencement address wa given
on Wedneaflav by Senator G. W. Norrls
n the subject of "A Political Con
science." The graduate upon whom the
degree were conferred were Harold
Roelse, Leland Hall. Rthel iiL-i t..u
ert Likely and Warren Davidson. Tha
oegree of Doctor of Divinity was con
ferred on Rev. Thorn, a n r.i
. - -w. v-wi nn u l
Scott a Bluff, a graduate of the college
moderator of the synod of Ne
braska: alo. upon R,v. Frederick D.
Knaner of Nelson, a gradual of Wash,
ington antf Jefferson college. The alumni
banquet w. held In th Presbyterian
church, at whroh titer waa a good at
tendance of . the . former gtaduaf-
Wednesday morning ta-eakfast- was
M- Mies Ruth Johnson.1
iRAM I 'LAND roUHENCBllGKT
Moat S.cces.rl V.r cle wltk
Grand Island college ha Just ciexwd
what by many wa .aid to be th best
commencement In years. Among those
who returned to the coll.ge during com
mencement week were Dr. Heuman of
Benson. Rev. Ellsba Jackson of Stroma
burg. Rev. Aldo Struhel nr ai ...,.
Miss Julia Porter of Sutherland, Neb!!
Mioa Bradburn of RmVo t
Northrup, Friend, Jerry Warren. Robert
Kioe and family and Mrs.
FltsslmmoiM of Paxton.
The play civen hv iha ri.....n.. .....u
- - i. viuo
n ruesday ot commMnnunt - v.
a great ucce4. The drama presented
w uixie, in which Robert Taft was
the star in the title part, though alt the
students who took part did splendid
work. The other parts were played by
Charles Blai. Ethel Gordon, Josephine
Miller. R.ith McCold. Muriel Miller and
Fran Weiland. ,
President and Mrs. George Wheaton
Taft gave their annual rcption to the
enlor class, faculty, trustee and stu
dent body on Monday afternoon. June 7
Assisting Mrs. Taft In receiving we:
Mr. Oorge Sutherland, Mrs. Forrest
Kingsbury and Herman Benjamin, th
president f the sealer das. Mr Will
lam Eg and Mra. J. C W. Morrow
served the refreshments, aaaisted by. Jo
sephine Miller, Ethel Sheff, Margaret
ininae ana rtuin cande. Th recemlon
rooms and ball wer " decorated with
palms ad asparagus ferns snd pink
reonle. Over were present,
The trustee' prise in matory was given
to Earl A. Everett. t)i winner of the
tat oratorical contest. Th Patterson
prices for declamation and oratory wore
won by; Belle Bryan ef Cairo and Ken
yan n--a i.i M
' The Ladles' quartet of the rellega very
acceptably furnished music for several
of the commencement week events. The
quartet it composed of Lillian Beniamln.
fir.t soprano; Ona Schaper, second so
prano; Alice Llndberg, first alto, and Mrs.
George Taft. second alto.
The students and members of tiic fac
ulty have now "scattered" for the vaca
tion. Prof, and Mrs. Kingsbury. Prof,
and Mr Morrow and Prof. Whitnah
have all gene to the University o! Chi
cago for summer school work. Prof
Kingsbury will not return si he has ac
cepted a petition at the University of
Ottawa at Ottawa, Kan. Dr. Sutherland,
a former president of the college, will
occupy the chair of philosophy snd edu
n tlon which Prof. Kingsbury' removal
leaves vacant. Mias Winifred K ghes
will teach the coming year la hei home
cily of Ottumwa, la., and Mis Jtnnie
Hal of Tsrk. Neb., will b in charge of
lie normal training next year.
The member ef the college graduating
class have all but a secured pos.tloas
for th coming year. Herman Benjamin
will be principal of the high achoo' at
Polk, Neb. Guy Carlson will tes'h st
I rcken Bw. Bits Springer will ttt-.h at
The alumni at their business meeting
voted to rale ILOuO or over nest year to
urcly on th salary of a new professor.
The new member elected to th board
of tmstoes were: William Llndurg,
Polk; Victor Nelson, Btromsburg; I'. M.
Hallowell, Kearney; W, H. Thou pson
J. B. Leaher, W. I. FoU. 8. N. WoloacU,
Elmer Williams and tv C Gilbert. Grand
Island; C C. Warren, Reynolds; Rer. J.
A, Maxwell. Omaha; Charles M'-Lunald,
North riatte: Bryant Oreatheuee. hit
man; K. O. Burro, Mason City; Rv.
H P. Riobardfon. Wayne, and Mr. l.uhr,
WF.W DF.Pt BTMKXT KT t. R I f( F.LI.
HfmlXf of b Freaeh Iter Will
Jet Feealtr la September.
Charles LeDeuc has been elected to take
Charge of the newly Inaugurated depart
ment of Business Administration at Grin
ned college, Orinnell, la.
Mr. LeDenc It said tn be one of the
best prepared men In thl field In th
Tnltevl Ptates. He began his eduoation !
at his native town of I-ennes, France, I
and after several years of graduate work
at Berlin and Paris received his doctor'
degree. He came to America eight year I
ago and studied Business Administration
at Tale and Harvard and finally gradu
ated from th business school of the
In addition to hla brilliant scholastic at
tainments Mr. LeDeuc haa shown his
ability along practical lines. He Is a
member of the French bar and In this
country he worked for one year In an
Important position tor a large Importing
firm in Boston nrt waa alno employed
by the Boston Chamber or Commerce in
the capacity of an organisation expert
Mr. LeDeuc mill take tip hi perma
nent residence at Orinnell next Feptem
ber. m st or ri.iiit hoot.
ItawlHon let lege to Receive like.
i of rimsai Alamaos.
In taken of the long veccrd of servio?
Hon. Ellhu Root, ', haa performed at
an alumnus of Hamilton college, Clinton,
X. T., and a chairman of the board of
trustees, Hamilton college alumni will at
the coming commencement present th In
stitution with a brone butt, aaid to be
a remarkable liken of th former sen
ator. Mi: Root gave sittings for th
sculptor, Fletro. at New York in tho
Interim between hi retirement and the
opening of the constitutional convention.
The bust cost I&.WD, and will b for
mally presented by a committee headed
by Albert H. Pratt, '01. Th presentation
will probably be made on Bat unlay, Jun
19, th day reserved for alumni activities.
Mr. Root I expected to be present. His
home 1 opposite th college campus and
h Is a frequent visitor to "the hill."
I ssklss'i ConimraeenieBt. I
The thirty-third annual commencement
of Ysnkton college, Tankton. R D., was
held last Wednesday. Tho address wa
delivered by Rev. Osora S. Dsvla, D. D.,
president of the Chicago Theological
It waa followed by the annual alumni
luncheon, the faculty reception and the
annual town and college banquet.
The graduating class this year num
berede forty-six, distributed as followa:
College department, 18; conservatory of
music. 3; normal department. It; 4 he
academy, ; the normal art course. 4.
Fine) Arts School, tn. I.oela.
In the absence of E. H. Wuerpel, di
rector of the St. Louis School of Fine
Arts, Washington university, who I on
the international Jury of fine arts, flan
Francisco exposition, ni ices and hnnnn
at the school's recent commencement
vere announced by Gustav von Schlf tell.
About 200 were present at the annual
Women Take Law Itearees.
Two of the seventeen graduates ot the
law ' department of tne University ef
Colorado this yearv were women. "Both
Intend to practice. ' One is Mist Clara
Moxeot, a special writer on the Rooky
Mountain News, and the other I Mist
Margaret Reed, daughter of Albert A.
Reed, professor of law at the university.
The commencement address wat de
livered by Frederick J. R. Woodbrldge,
dean of the graduate school, Columbia
university. Degree were conferred on
Omaha iraduta at Hinlth.
Helen E, Robinson, Nellie M. Ryan and
Alice Wert will receive diplomas from
Smith college at the commencement
exercises which occur tomorrow. Miss
Robinson Is a member o? the Mathemati
cal olub and the Toleacoplum. Miss West
received the Thl Beta Kappa honor.
The commencement address will be de
livered by John Hudson Flnley, LL. p.,
president of the University of the State
of New York snd New York commis
sioner of education.
Jtw Kealore mt Vassar.
Last Tuesday 'afternoon th clasyi day
ceremonlea of Vassar uollege were held
on the cam put, and thl year, besides In
cluding .theu sual beautiful pageant pro
cession of the daisy-chain carried by girls
In white and the claas in colora carrying
flowers, the exercises had g unique fea
ture, a abort original play, "C eat a Rire,"
in which the class history la told In dia
logue by four characters: Student, Fam
ily. Alumnae and Faculty. Th speeches
are Interwovon with mnny olase 'sonfra
sung by th class itself. The averclxu
are published in an lli'it' rated pamphlet.
Klahoiat arrangements are being mada
for the celebration of Va.iar'a tenil
centennial next October.
BTETXJk, Neb.. June U-rppeola!)
Prof. Hcmer C. House of the Peru Nor.
mal ias eone to California . where he,
with the i. her members of the old Adel
phlan qu.-t.et, have ten weeks' Chautau
qua engagements. The ouartet preceded
him nearly two weeks, hi. brother from
New Ycrk taking his place temporarily.
Upon his arrival In California, hla brother
will return to his pastoral work In the
east. Th rest of th quartet are Prof.
Roes House and Prof. George Alter, both
formerly of Peru, and Prof. Aller
brother of Crete.
The Adelphian quartet waa a . famoua
musical organisation at Doan college at
Crete nearly twenty-five years ago, and
traveled all over Neoraaka giving con
certs. Since college days at different
times th qusrtet haa filled engagements.
Heldoni, does a college organisation like
the Adelphian Quartet laat a quarter of
a century. '
Pvra Stat Xeramal .ulea.
Saturday night th Young Men's Chris,
tlan association and Young Women's
Christian, association, with tha Normal
Catholic association an.l Fplsoop Guild
gave a reception to i0 atudenla In th
Th summer enrollment at the end of
registration Tuesday night was sixty
more than any other year's enrollment
at the aame time. In 1913 the second
day' enrollment wa .'40; In 19U, His;
while thla year It wat tit.
Profs. Beck and House have a leave
f absence for tha summor, and will
take in the exposition. Miss Koch, physi
cal director, takea a ret for the summer,
and Miss Clark of the geography de
partment, will attend the University of
On Friday the aummee budget waa pre
sented to the student snd was heartily
endoraed. For J fifteen numbers srs
given consisting of four leiiiri-. seven
base bail games, a subw ription to a
mankly newspaper edited by tne students,
a tiiaiiialiu oniertsininent and two others
1 8 Jpriu'..ncr,t Lail C'.Jne of Nebraska
City, W. B. Moor of Broken Bow.
MeMtra Nnvsk and Anilr?wa of fuperloe.
Meedames Imbrt and Morlson of
Fairniry, Miss Jamee of Kurlaire, Wis ;
Mies Hl' hards ef Lin -n'n, Superintend
ent Morton of Fslrhurr, O. F. Achten
hsgen of Rock 11 an. I III.; Miss Bslley
ot Belnvue College. alllce llanthmne.
of Lincoln, and Hupermrendent tieorgo
Hansen of Chester, are th special ie
Stmctors employed by lite Board et Ktu
cation for ths summer scheni.
On Friday eventna -ourred tht Junior
eipreseton rerltal of Miss Hssel Del. snd
ef t alnnont. pi pll of Miss (ienevrs
Parker. Her program ci:tei1 of a num
ber of shorter eelecttot s. Mtialc was
furnished by W. 8. i lux ford, clstlnettst,
and the girls' quartet.
President W. O. Al'en snd Mi. Allen
entertained at their home turday
evening In honor of the senior Hess.
There wer present, beeldes the senior,
the parent and friends of the members
of the f-laes and the college, familly.
Dr. and Mm. B. M. Mwllar of Boston.
Mr. C A. Medinr ef Kcrnnton. Kan., and
Mi. and Mr. A. W. Mmllar of Lincoln,
are visiting at the home or Mr. iind Mr.
K F. Medlar. All of the v'lt;r are
former IVane Student, except Mr. A.
W. Medlar, who I a grnnuale "-f Carle
George Simpson to
Play in National
Open Golf Tourney
Oeorg mtnrt'm, former professional
a th Country club In Oinat.a. and now
professional at the Oak Park club In
Chicago. I entered In th national ope
golf tournament which will be held at the
Baltuerol Golf club at Sliovt Mills. N. J.,
starting Tuesday. Omaha golfer are
quite Interested In thl event a many
of th I'lrrfeeeinnaJs who are entered are
well known In. Omaha. Nearly all '
those pro who plsyed at the Country
rluh lalt fall in a special tnatoh wti:
take part, aad, ot cexirae. Vlmpsou Is
regarded a somewhat ef a ntui.e prodtut.
The professionals who liv played Ui
Omaha aad who wit) ta.e pait are.
Frank Adam, Tom McXamaia, Caorgo
Sargent, Ben Nichols, Fred MclieoJ. J.
M. Barnes and Herbert fltrorat. In addi
tion to Simpson.
Field Club Golfers
, Play Against Par
Match play agslntt par in three olasses
waa the order of event at the Field
club Satuiday. Prises for the event
wer put up by Karl Bock, K. A. Hlg
glnt and W. D. Clerk. Four qualified
In each class.
F. W. Porter turned In the low'ecoie.
3 down, In the first class, K. P. Bover
in the second class and Charles Batreltar
In the third clast.
The qualifying ooia were ss follow:
F. W. Porter, 2 down.
J. W. Hal. S down.
K W. Reynold. down.
J. W. Hughes, 4 down.
M. L. La Douceur, 4 down.
K. P. Boyer, I down.
B. F. Thomas, I down.
H. B. Mllllken, 4 down.
L. D. Carrier, 4 down.
Charlos Bataeller, I down.
C. J. Balrd. I down
K. R. Brando. down.
A. V. Hhotwell, 7 down.
STORZ PLAYERS DEFEATED
BY GIANTS OF CHICAGO
Fresh from their sweeping toilr tl.totikh
Iowa, the Iceland Otsnts, headed by th
comedian "Gabby" Oroan, continued their
good work by bumping tr Btor n their
initial gam at Rourk park. It waa a
close battle, in . which . th colored lada
finally overpowered '.he locals, by a I
to 4 score.
Th Lelsnd Oianta are poasessed of a
fast Infield. Johnny Andrews, recently
acquired by Manager Bradford, wts given
a thot at the Chicago colored boy.
Johnny would have emerged In great
ahape, but for tilt wlldnes and a ptlr
of costly bobhle at short. Opposed to
the Brewer t wirier waa "Dixie'' Dixon,
who twirled like a veteraa in , tight
places, gome snappy fielding aided th
colored pitcher eomowhat. Score:
t.. .,1.. m s t i i s nri. i-r. lilt
WIIMtOW, II. I 1 t DlrW n. I I M
Tmt, ef.... I 1 t t,tnbm. lb. I I I i I
Jackua. I t I ta.loh, ., lilt
f'ala, rf..., lit tlvlr, ef. I I t t
ilarkiton, r 4 1 I 1 fVanms. lb. I I II I I
Rtrotker. 1 t 11 Oou4ls. .. 4 I 7 J
WOrees. lit I I I SKaf. h.. 1 I I
Dlxee. ... I 1 t i lAoaeevt. ft 1 I
T'sli. . . .5 Tt IT " TUhJ. . . .M U W It 4
Manaa I 1 1-
gtor 1 0 ,0 l v 8 0-4
Struck out: By rHxonu: By Andrews,
. Bases on bells: Off IHxen, 1; off An
drewe, 1 Home run.' nion. Vtnout.
Beg Want Adt Product Restilta :
ICHOOLI AND OLLBO!.
The University oj Nebraska
THE CKADUATE COI.lXOB,
THK COLLEQB OF ARTS AND
THE TEACHERS' OOLLEOE,
THE COLLEGE OF AGRICUL
TURE, . THE COLLEGE OF ENOI
THE COLLEGE OF LAW,
Ths University open for th first
lSth. One may enter alo at the beginning of the se
February) or the Bummer Session (usually the firs
On any point of Information,
ENTRAL COLLEGE mSStS1
siiiiscrrrt iuiki wosiM
vork. I1a,nl sad LnararV
Paiaaslla awlawa. Varv at rans
AMrm, t. m. WILLI, a.
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Adams
Annual Rummer 1ae
for llano Teacher for
the Htolv of Toachlng
Material Will P HH1 In
Montreal, N. 0., Jane 17-30
LINCOLN, Neb., July 15-28
Chicago, III, Angust 5-18.
Writ for booklet, nontalnlng out
line and strong letter front la:h
. era who have taken th ceura.
ltOX g, MOXTRKAT,
OwOJTT BCXOOIV ra4V4 ta lAO.
A country arhovl for young ladiea
Vean Philadelphia and Nw Tort. Jay
Cook eatata, i acres.
Miss Abby A. Hutherland. Principal.
Montgomery t'o., Penna.
Midwinter home, M. Auguatin.
lirlrta. An outdoor, tutorial
school for boys. Kvery boy on a
team. Addresa, f'hss. Carey, iieg
Utrar. Praliie da Chlen, Vvl.
TRAYEL TO WEST IS BRISK
Union Facifio Polls Nineteen Extra
Carl Into Omaha on. Regular
SPECIALS ON OTHER ROADS
t Hn s is is the gateway through whloh
immerse crowds will pas today, en rout
to the wet On ll regular train during
thla one day the Union Pacific will carry
nineteen extra aleerwrs toward the coast
At 10 o'clock In the morning th New
Vork delegation to th convention of the
National Association of Credl Men st
.lt lJtke City w'll arrive on reclal
train of ten sleeper. Thete will be tTii
people In the party and they will remain
At 11 o'clock the flwedlh-A met lean club
of Chicago, 1 people, a ill arrive on th
Burilngton on special train, stopping
rive minute. Th prty I en route to
The St. Louis delegstion coming (o the
Traveling Men's Protective association,
tr. be held in Omaha, wilt arrive on a
apculal Irain over t'l Bttltnrton at
oVUuk in the evening.
The fore part of next Week will mark
a b- sr time fcr the railroads.
Monday morning at T;J o'clock the In
diana delegates, Ui of them, will arrive
over th Mil auke to attend the conven
tion of the Traveling Men's Protective
Tueda' lii Burlington. through
Omaha, will handle a epertat tialn carry
ing 150 Chicago do.-or ta th American
Md.l assnvlatto'i rbhventlon at Pan
I'"rnoloo. Th'a train wH pass through
Omaha at Midnight, end het It Is et
pecte,! that some twentyfiv Ornth doc
ttfrf w('r b faVen on bntrd.
Kariy Tuesday morning the Minnesota
delegation to the national convention of
real estate exchanges, held st Lot An
geles, will arrive In a special train over
the Northwestern snd remain until 4
li th afternoon, going bat on the Union
Pacific. Twenty to thirty Omaha real
estate men are expected to Join the party
Its New Speedway
On Next Saturday
CJIlCAOO, June H-Chloago will dedi
cate It new motor speedway next Satur
day with a race of too miles In which
tome fast cart and the moet skillful
driven In the world are' entered. Trial
heats, to be held Monday, Tuesday and
Wdnday of next wk. ar expected
to reduc the number or competitor 'to
the limit of twentr-eevn.
Entries to date are: Oil Anderson,
Rarl Coaper, Howard TVUeox, Ttalpli Pa
Palma, Ed Van Ttaalte.' V. Porporato,
W'lliam Chandler. Bd O'Donnell. Tom
Alley, William Carlson, Edward Rlcken
bacher. Tom Ore, Ixiula Chevrolet. Bar
ney Oldfleld, Bob Burman, W. W. Brown,
Htrry Ornnt, Carl Llmburg. Willie
Haupt. Ralph Mu I ford. Otto Ifennlng,
Franli Xucker, Darlo Rett, George Bab
cock, Hugbl Hughes, .Charles Keene,
Ksil Devore, Ira Vail. and Joe Cooper.
The track la an oval oours. two mile
In length; Th car will run on what I
technically known at a laminated wooden
flooring, the surface material being "two-by-four,"
, Thirty-foot embankment
have been placed at th turn. . ,
Provision ha been mada for about 350.
due sped t tort. - -
Fatt time hat been mad en tha track,
which waa completed only, this week, and
followers of the sport nredlut broken
records. A sped ef ItM.oa mile an hour al
ready It credited to Earl Cooper In a
practlc spin on the cour.
JUDGE LINDSEY CHARGED
WITH CONTEMPT OF COURf
DFj.WER. June IS. Judge Ben B. Un
sey of the juvenile court Is charged with
contempt ef court in a complaint filed In
the district cnurt by John Rush, dis
trict ttorney. Judge John Perry ba
cited Judge Lindsay to appear before him
This aotlon grew out of .the refusal of
Judge Llndaey to reveal on the witness
aland last week what Kesl Wright. 1f-yegr-old
son of Mr. Bert Wright had
told about th fatal shooting last winter
of Mr. Wright's husband. Mr. Wright,
cheigd with th murder, wa counted.
Th son testified that he, not his
mother, did th ehootUig. -which oocurrsd
after . serle of family quarrels. Tli
prosecution contends Judge IJndsey gave
information controverting th boy tet.
KHOOLI A D (OLLKtiF.g.
Includes the following College
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE,
THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,
THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE,
THE SCHOOL OF. FINE ARTS,
THE SCHOOL OF. AGRICUL
TURE, THE TEACHERS' COLLEGE
HIGH SCHOOL. .
semester on Wednesday,
Inning of the second semester (about
t full week In Junei.
Tn w c'a c-Aimm in mlikua vaai tnt (all oaiuea
t,f HJww. Mmm, an. as ! . f
Mlmlna. Vaar frM adTaotaaal 'alal'
adtmotaaal. I'M faal"f.
.,.t.,nlHil S taa tr
OLD AGE A CRIME!
Pome people sis young st to red
cheeked, ruddy and vigorous, (thers art
old at 40 Joint beginiung to stiffen up
a bit; slap beginning to lag and lose It
prln1ns; occasional touches of pain
In the hack; feel tired without num,
and possibly a twinge of rheumalio pain.
In most case these ar th danger ig
pals t warn you that th kidney are
nut promptly doing their work of throw
ing off the poison that aie always form
ing in tb body. Ta neglect these, natur
al warnings la a crime sgalnst yourstlf
If you have thee syinpU nis. ou can liul
prompt relief In OI,l MFDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules. For more than K) years,
thl ha been th recognised remady for
kidney and btudder ailnient.
OOLD MS Dili Haarlem Oil Capsule
are Imported direct I com th laborator.
lea at Haarlem. Holland. Prices tr (tr
tOo and I,M. tiet them at your drug gists!
Ih not ttkt a substitute.
KAwrnxm cm. xo
Htrong Tsarhlng korc and Poub!
Advantage In Cllnle
THE OMAHA BEE- ' T
THE HOME PAPER
The Winter Soap.
The Summer Soap. , ,
The Everyday Soap tor
of course. Because winter,
summers-everyday it does
your work quickest easiest
and best. Always usie cool
or lukewarm; water and don't
hard rub nor scrub. .
is e.. phiiwwphi.
The moment that Retinol Ointtnerit touches
Itching akin th itchiitR ttap's.iiid healing brjmj.
That lg why doctors have pretcribed tt u-.rr-fully
for twenty yfart ift even th aeverest cw
ol. ff rema,rinjfirm; rahe, and many other
tormenting, dislignnni. s!!n d!ttar.i. .ifa! by
KatWa wilt, 12airtl Skjim. li esi tit vl ' f ")lnt
ment m.Ug the kln orca!p perfectly,
quickly, easily an J at lit! le cost.- (
sisal Ointsieat lad Kniiml ftoas
eentain s:lriaf flat emits istsrs r Irrl
tats tb tamiwaat aliin. 'X'hey ciMrawtf
Simple ana blickt aaSiafui linmitiol
rallahla henathald iraatisakt lor ajrea,
rhaOat. cuts, burst, ate geig by all
druriiata. , . ,
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PROMINENT Of.lAIIA OPTICIAN SAYS
AKOZ GAVE HIM PROMPT RELIEF
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Dr. A. B.Tarbox.633 Orcindolo BuildinOf
Praiooo Now Medicinal Mineral .
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On of tli best krurvwi. nlsil la Omaha
Is Or.1 A. B. Tarbos, for-many years a
resident of thl cliyk.n( for dyer, JD
year connected wltlk. the OptluaJ ' In
stitute, 211(1 Locust street. .Mr. Tarbo
Ima hla Optical office at !5 Braadels
building, where " he " Ins genet u
practice It is on of the ietient dottt
vert of tb nitrlls of AkoK. th won
derful . California medicinal -misers!
which la finding sucih favor In Omaha.
nil im iinuini suiiii itvor in umtni,
hla' exporlenir wltli 1i retnedy, h
"Tor many fears I'irav suffered from
n -enlarge.! protjt( gishd. ,' It wa to
had at time, tliat tlia paln' wii ainoat
unbaarahlt, a,iid th otltar dtstreeslng
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l) W '
A small choice '
but very choice offices
Tiere. arc . n!y. r few from '; :
which to choobe, but if 'aiiy -. - '
met your requhements, you' - ;
, wil b rp(re than Bdtisfipd.
Taik to any of our tenants- 1 '
'. and you will find tUe great - :
Butinf Action tliry nil feel in
having an office in i .
THE BEE BUILDING
"The building that i alwayt new" ' ; ' '
We offer. . ,
222 Choice nfflce Suite, gorth light, very, deslrab!
for , doctor ' or deuUeta; wgltlnf roora aaxl
private office; B$0 qur fet. .. -845.00
322 Cholc office Suit. orth light, ve'ry dealrabtg
for doclort or dentiata; waiting room and two
nritate offket; B30 aquare feet . . . . S45.00
601 Nil. mI ffiro with vault,' near elevutor od'
atalra; electric light free. 310 aqua re feet
Apply to Duildihg Sup't. Room 103. .
THE BEE BUILDING
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t , . 1,1 -! I tl UjU.,.JL.4-.1;-J:'XJIU!U '.LjXil'JS
" . " ' 1 -a,aamaaaaasaia-Bftaa-a
Swap Anything in th "Swapr Columa
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symptOiii. ,ot,. thla cuunnou allmaht
wer atgravatlng most allth tln
Ry . using' th Akox; mineral . esteraally
and Internally 1 waa lit par cent better
In A ft tiort week, and if th preg-
i rrna I' have fnad at tills writing I
continued 1 gut confident 1 wilt-obtain
ttrnplett J-eHsf. M recommend 'Akoa and
Ins nt) i importunity -to'tnrak a good
wbr) fof 'lt." v . ' - r t
Ako haa pie Vsli a tffecttv in many
ete 6t -rhturottlsm, atomacb. treubl.
toaentav Atxt 4thei aliments. Akoa is
tielnu Introducetl : In Omaha, at . th
rtfiermtn ' HoPotihetl Orug ator.
where fXiMher Information triay b had
, reai lilna" ' 11 adver1
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