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Ml!': HKKi OMAHA, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1915
GRIP CARRIERS TO
FACE THE GOBLINS
Gui Renie Hi Been Waiting for
Some Time to Get at the Trav
HE MAY LET THEM LIVE
Th goblin will get 1.0P traveling w"
Mondsy nisht "if they don't watch out."
These sre Omaht goblins. They are
lr.Kr-Itnn anhllna. especially trlr.d by
Camion of that famou den of goblin?
For 5amon ha all these monster, espe
Uslly disciplined for th occasion. No
lees thin 1.04 trsvcllng men sre expected
ii. Omaha by Monday evening for th
convention of the Nation! Traveler"
Protective association. .
F.elng In Omaha on a Monday light
they cannot mape thee goblins, for the
principal business of these gaunt crea
tures I to devour stranger who cbsnc
to within the gate of Greater' Omaha
rn a Monday night aurlng their hungry
Monday morning. Ion before the
dutches of the monsters close upon thes
happy traveling men, they ar to parade
the streets of Omaha. At that tlma the
board of governor of Ak-Sr-Ben are to
parad with them. The member of the
board will be In automobile nd will
wear their spotless whim haU of au
rtandall Brown is to be the presiding
officer In the formal speech-maklnf, part
tit the evening program at the len. W.
".. Wright of the Wrlght-rWilhelmy com
pany I to be the local speaker. Other
members of the Travelers' Frotectlve as
sociation from other at a lea will be called
upon for talks, as there are to be many
here from every state In the union. , .
Tlie membership of Ak-Hsr-Ben ta roll
ing up with great velocity. At the cloae
of business Raturdsy evening there were
S.n paid 'up members. Lt year there
were but'i.SW during the entire esson,
nd that was the greatest membership the
orgsntsatlon had had In the twenty year
ot Ha existence. Indications are now that
the J.SW jnsrk may be reached before the
tummer ia half over. Last year tlw limit
rf membership . wee et et J.500. Thl
year It lias been tentatively set at 4,000,
lieeaiine th len ha been appreciably en
laired o that there' will be much more
room for the annual bull at the cloae of
The flrat nitiht of Initiation and enter
tainment t the iHn for the year, which
waa a week ago, a great many member
came to the Den without their tlricet.
They had left them In their ft her clothe.
Hcrretary Weaver aay Monday . night
tvery man will have to produce a ticket
or not get In.
"If you were going to a theater alth
a two-bit ticket you wouldn't leave your
tloUot at home," he ay. "Why ahould
you leave a 110 tloket at home when you
trme out here?"
OMAHA HAS EXCURSION RATE
Traveler Secure Concession, from
All Over the So nth and
SAEUGEBFEST TO GET BATES
Th coming rouvenllon of the
Travelers' Protective association H
the ftrit to succeed In retting an ex
cursion rate to Omaha since the
l-cent a mile rate for western road
went Into effect. With the help of
the railroad chairman of the Travel
em' Protective association and the
local committee the traveling; men
have secured for Omaiia a conven
tion city excursion rate, which mean
that from all point from, the south
and east to the gateway of Chicago,
St, Louis or Kansas City a 2-cent
rate is mnde plus the double local
from the above gateways, with a di
verse route returning. -
Pom of the state through which thl
rate . Is now effective ' have a s-cent a
rrtlle rate.' Never before since the l-cent
late law went Into effect In Nebraska
have tho roada granted the diverse route
for returning. '
Th reduced rates will also 1e secured
for the ftaengerfi-st, which Is to meet In
Omaha In July.
Inrregsed delegations will come ' to
Omaha, from distance because of tliia
i educed Irate.' Rut twelvn were scheduled
for the Traveler' Protective association
convention from Maryland, but word has
now been received thst there will be
, F, B. llofilbrook, rhitrman of the trans
portation committee fot the Travelers'
Itotectlve association, says It la An
opener for Omaha whlc'j other conven
tions will follow up..
Rev. Adolf Hult
In Church Seminary
Rev. Adolf Jtult, for sn en years pastor
of the immnniiel Pwrdish Lutheran
chun ii of Omaha, hs been elected to
the professorship "of church lilMory end
if..:1. ' 1
RAISE CASH FOR UNIVERSITY
Alumni of Omaha Institution Makes
Pledges to Open New
couirrr farm may be its site
It la un'lcpt'iod thst one the tampi
is secured and a new biitldln erecte.
that financial aid of s timanent nsture
uHl be given the school.
Omaha Press Club
Invites Bryan to
Dinner on Return
- PLAN "Y" VACATION SCHOOLS'
lend of the Mlnden r'"' ic
Br-sn haji ben invited by
Preaa club to attend a t
William Qrleb and family of PeaUWood,
Si. T)., are visiting relative. Mr, (rlb
lived here many years lefoie he went to
frS. fi. P. ttlley snd dsughtet. Miss
lain lUley, will leave tonlsht fnr Notre
bame, Ind., where they will attend the
gTftduatliin ot M,lss f'locence Riley from
St. Man's colleue.
t ft e n a-
tlonal governlns; body of the Swedleh
Lutheran church, which ha charge of the
Theological seminary of that denomina
News of the aelectton of Hew Mr. Hult
for the position came by wire to Mrs.
Hult yesterday afternoon. Just before she,
took the train to Join her husband in
Minneapolis They will return to OmiUia
Tuesday or Wednesday.
Ilev. Mr. Hult Is expected to aeut the
call to the Important chair In the semi
nary, Ms friends, say. It Is one of the
highest eluoHknal positions in the sift
of the church, they assert, and comes
as an honor to him, in recognition of his
ability and his promlm-nee In the church.
liefore coming to Omaha. Kev. Mr. Hult
waa pastor of the MeeKlnh English Luth
eran church. Chicago. The Hult residence
here Is California street. It Is ex
pected that Rev., and Mrs. Hult will not
leave Omaha termanently until later in
the summer, as. tho next term at the
seminary does not begin, until fall.
T'lana to ralKe a permhiient endowment William J.
In the I find for the University of Omaha were the Omaha
Lutheran set on foot by the alumni or mai ocnooi 1 0 clock dinner of the club in tmaha on
Tbeolog- at their annual batntiet Friday evening "any date, that could ault his convenience.
Iral scml- 1st the Henshsw. Plana were tiilorsei -f,en he shall be passing through Omaha
nary at In accord tnoe slth wthh the alumni to. his home In Palrvlew. The letter of
Roclt lsl- pledged $1'0 each, to be f.vll at tee rate invitation was forwsrded PntorUv aftcr-
and, 111. of It a year. The jU .iiil also dcri.lcd ,noon. Tho Omaha Press club Is the newly
The elec- to interest as many t-eople in ttvir nltia j formed organisation of newspaper writers
tion oc- tnater ss possible. jof Greater Omsha. '
cur red Ever since the Active campalxn Tor j The letter of Invitation extends the re
Psturday funda was cut by tho tornado of l'.'U, ! tired secretary of state a welcome back
At Minne- I a quiet movement has been unler way to his home state. Bo far a, ktowi, th's
spoils at to secure money for the erection of ! la the first organisation of any character
the an- aclem building. The at.ni of 50,'I00 has Jin Nebraska to send him a formal invite-
been pledged by a numler of Omaha. tion and welcome since his sensational
business men, but the great question retirement from public office a few days
which has tomo up I where to erect ago.
Could ot Walk frith ftaeaanatlam.
A satisfied ' patient writes: "Slosn's
Liniment eUred my rhcumallam- Am
grateful. I can now walk without pain.
Only tic. ' AH druggists. Advertisement.,
From Enrollment in to Date, Secre
tary Miller Predict! Total Kum
ber Will Be Over'lOO.
TEACHERS ARE SELECTED
Knrollments sre already being ti-.sde In
the vacation school for boys, to be con
ducted bythe educational department of
the Young Men's Christian a'rtition,
beginning a week from Mondsy and con
tinuing until the middle of August.
j Secretary J. W. Miller, who will be
I in charge with four teachers, s-ys he
'expects about 100 lads to tske advantage
f-f the summer school. In order o make
jup deflciences snd lost time, or to mske
some advance In school work during the
The teachers will be: ' Miss Gtaos Grif
fith, eighth grade teacher at Vinton
the building. The present campus is
far to small as It will alio no space
for further expansion, neither Is there
room for an athletic fWd. Members of
the board of trustees recently appeared
before tho county commissioner and
dlscuased with them the possibility of
obtaining the county puor farm as the
site for the new building and campus.
Whether or not the county poor farm
site is secured, a new location will have
to be had soon, as tho present build
ings are nearly filled to capacity. Tho
growth in the last thrco years has been
over 100 per cent ea?h year, and the
next enrollment will tax Redloh and
John v' Jacobs Memorlsl halls to their
Utmost. , "v
"There Is no doubt of the need of a
university In Omaha, ' said Dr. D. K.
Jenkins, president oU tho school and a
member of the ftoard of Education. "Why
should our high school graduates go to
aome' other town for their education
when It can be supplied In their own
city? Take- Cincinnati for instance,
when the greatest city university In
the country la located. Of the 1,187 stu
dents enrolled, 974 sre rwsldenls of that
city. A city should educate Its, own peo
ple for Its own needs. In the schools of
Cincinnati, 723 out of the 1,100 teachers are
graduates of the city university."
Creighton to. Give
Diploinas in Arts
The last two weeks . of school are a
busy period for the 'Student of Ornish.
ton College of Arts. Final examinations
aie In progress and will continue until
Tuesday. All but the seniors are making
their last effort for the, medaV The
seniors have completed their work and
have but to receive their diplomas.
Owing to the chsngn which waa inau
gurated two years ago, Increasing' the
complete rotiire from seven to eight
years, there will l but ftvs arts gradu
ates next Wednesday morning. This Is
because they ar the last to finish under
the old order.
At S 30 a. ni. there will be a mass In
Kt. John s church, which will be attended
by the gisdustes and student body. Rev.
A. 1 Wise ot the fsculty will preach the
tsocalaureete sermon. following the
inasa the commencement and undergrad
tiste exercise will take place In Creigh
ton auditorium, Ilev. K. X. MiMenamy,
restdent of the university, will deliver
th commencement address and Raymond
Traynor will give the valedictory, Ray
mond Trsyncr end Ray o'Honnell of
Omaha and Maude Howard of South
Omaha hsv all taken the full seven
ears at Creighton.
To the lesders and winners of the vari
ous, contests In all lis use twenty-two
gold medals w lit be distributed. These
ar donated yearly by friends of the col
lege, the loel Knight of Columbus giv
ing the handsome senior medal.
Baccalaureate to. ,
High School Seniors
The baccalaureate sermon to the class
of 191S of Central High school will be
delivered at the First Congregational
church at Nineteenth 'and Havenpu:t at
JC:M o'clock this morning by Rev. Fred
erick T. Roue. Kev. Mr. Rouae also de
livered the sermon to ths 1914 June clsas.
Monday morning at t o'clock a re
hearsal of the march thst the class aill
make across ths stsgs at the Brsndels
theater ths evening of graduation wilt b
held. Members of the class will sit In
the first fifteen rows of the theater and
will insrv.ii through one of the box en
lrsu.es to the stSrfv to receive their
A bnjuel will be held at Happy Hollow
club Wednesday, the evening before tle
exercises. Riul Larmon will be toast
master, end Martlia Noble, Hari Wt (mer
man, Geraldine Johnson, I'aul Klutkow,
Kdwaid fcriey and several others will
respond to toasts.
Th alumid dance U be held at Happy
iionow on tlie evening of June 21.
OF EIGHTH SCHOOL GRADE
Mil Vi . J. ruslck entertained st
li.n. ln-ou lliS eighth grade graduates of
tor Holy Anls school. A pleasant tlms
was hud, Tlie eveulng was spent In
(aii.es and musk. Those preeent were:
V Ixars -
. si.ea i'offey
V a rpu rvl i .iai -k
at iteiine W lencrt
Juni( .-51 . ileu
Jn oks ul li an
t .iiioind alker
laeri4 ss ( tinUrUla't I.lal.
Bar a I .
"I-ast winter' I uaed Chamberlain's
J.liim.n t tor rneimuitio i alos. Klffne
ai.'i ori-iasa of tr kn.ves. and sa coo.
t. ii.t.oi'tl say tliSt I never used try.
l' u.K tl.at did rie su nun b f 'xd ' - Kft
rl t is.'t. K.'U. X. Y. Otialnsb!
v!) h.ic -Viti listuieiit.
Notes From Omaha's Busy Suburbs
Mrs. rsnk Ruuel haa gone to Wash
ington' for a visit. ,
Mrs ' IV it. Pulver entertained at a
Miss Marthnna Chapman has guae to
the California esposiuon.
Hognr Moor left Monday to spend the
summer with relatives In Iowa.
Miss Mattlei Raker of Pt III water. Ohl
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ii Roe.
Mra. II. C. Anson Wt Wednesday for
Kansas City and Excelsior Pprlng. Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleorna Hoagland are
stendlng a month at 1-sk Washlnston,
Minn. . .
Mr.- and Mrs. J. II. Reaton snd children
left Wednesday ..In spend several weeks
Mr. snd Mrs.'J. II.- Oonrad Sntertalned
five guests at supper st the Klold club
Miss Johannah Chapman has returned
from Kherldsn.. Wyo., and will spend the
summer - ber. -
mr:i swi r Km. i A. C. rsnoosst hsv
moved Into fn.ir new home at 4H10 limy-
rnport street' '
Mr. sni Mr. Rsvmond Crossmsn en
tertained some out-of-town guest at din
Mrs. Earl fihermsn and children left
lat week to visit Mrs. Sherman's mother
in Wiaccmitn. ''
Mr snd Mr. H. J. McCarthy enter.
tallied eltcht guests at dinner Thursday at
the Klsld ctub
Mlaa lvlna Bennett left Tuesday for
Lexington. Ky.. to visit Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Fiwsman.
Mr anit Mrs.- W. if. Hancock leave
Monday to visit In -tlilcago. tetrott and
Mrs. J. J' Boulter of Kansss City is
the gusst of her daughter. , Mrs. C. I.
Ooc.ke. and Mr. Oo'ke.
Judge and Mrs. Irving Baxter em er-
tsined five. guests at dinner at unppy
Hollow. Tuesday evening.
Th Idte1 Ald-smclety of th Dundoe
church HI meet Friday, June IS, in the
tiasement of the church.
Mts Cnrrl FJriekson of Des Moines
whs a gtieet Monaav at ttie nome oi air,
and Mrs. , W. A. Oraham.
Mis Rvrflls Trelillcork entertained sit
guests at luncheon -Tuesday, in honor oi
Mis Johannah' Chspmsji.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Oorge entertained
vint v-five aueata at the dinner tiance
Thursday evehing St the Countr) ol'i.s
Miss Hhlrley Krarler nd Miss Cath-
rine Ho land ' or Moux r sus sr ina
guests of Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Oilchrlst.
Mr. and Mrs. James Chaawtck lect iri-
dsy for Ithscs. N. Y., to attend the grad-
UUtlon or their sxxn, jonn, irooi v.ruaiu
Miss Marie Wilson of Boston. Mass.,
on 'her wav to ths coast, is a guest ror
tso weeks of her uncle, A. C. Croaaman,
and Mrs. Croaemsa. -
Mr. snd Mrs. Norrla Brown entertained
st dinner Thuradny In honor of their
Waf.-en Hamilton, son of Mr. snd Mt.
B. k, Itarriltnn. has returned from his
yeirs work st tit Armour rnstltut of
Technology st CliK-siro.
Mis. Charles J. Hubbard entertained
Wednesday Bridge Luncheon club tlie
lest week. Mis Marjorle Mldrtieton -f
V sshlnst'n. it. O. aas guest or honor.,
.The weddltig of Mrs. Florence Chrla
t'rthuen and Hsrry J. Andrews of Ne
hiask City aill take plaue Monday. June
tl. at th home of the brld' pe.'enta
Mr. and Mr. T. J. lit. his.
Dunde people having supper last Sun
cay at the ttaopy Hollow club were: W.
tv CurtU. with four guests: ba.nual
Re-se. jr., three; (. M. fmrke, two; W.
J. Miller, two, and E. U Fillck, (our.
Benson public Schools closed Friday for
the summer scaton.
Res nheffer cam home from Chicago
to attend the high sohool commencament.
' Mra R. K. Bosworth snd aaughter ot
Fiemnnt exnt the last week visiting in
Mis. H F.' Ms hi snd children hsv
gone to Mollne. 111., a here they will vtatt
Masleis Jordn and ln Atkinson left
on CatunlaV for Ksdfleld, ia,, to spend
Rsv. Mr. and Mrs. Webster of Omaha
Wei dinner guests Tuelay at th horn
of nr. Wi-id
alias KUi Perry visited In Buon last
stall betoie leaving Omaha for her home
In New York City.
. Miss Msud Vsn Horn was surprised at
r home by about (ifieen schoolmates
pn Thu-dHV eicnlng.
' Mra. O. W. Iredsl returned home Mon-
day vnlns from Nehiaaka Oltv, ahri
she attended the aeddlng of her nle-.
Mrs. K A. Mima and daurhter have
one to Canada, whsr thev will siwnd
i n summer. Mr. Minis alll Join thetn
Mr. and Mrs. Jsmt Walali left Thura-
iay for fesltle. Vi aah., aud otner points
nr. the oal. wnsr tuey.wtu spenj th
The IlaptUt yours people will have an
outing at Millar park next Tueaday cven-
ln. . n.ir will be served be for tbelr
Mra Tr Mile and three chtldran of
CI ma amvrd N ortay eiening for an
eaienlvd islt at Hi home of her mother.
Mrs. 8. tloi-ta.
Mistes Ma-aaret Fadde and Matjorv
CIhpit iit I'.or Vovnf baie ieturu.d
j 'roin tr ola' umvarsMv and Mies June
. t-v f ool H'mmiu for tlm summer.
I Misa I; an In' lu plaited al th home
of her brother. Ben Rowe. of Keystone
Tark. before going to New York to sail
for (lermany, where she will merry and
The Board of .Education met last Mon
day evening to close up business for th
School year. Mlsa Verda Hnnhorn was
elected assistant to the principal. Miss
The Lutheran Recreation club met last
Tuesday evening and elected offtcoia, as
follows: President, Burton Petjrson;
vice president, H. Hansen; secretary
treasurer, Theodora Anderson.
Union evenlnar aervices will be held In
the future, beginning this evenlr.g, on
the lawn of. the Baptist church. Ar
lander of South Omaha will play and a
large choir will. furnish music.
Inivr Thuradny In honor or tneir
a Miss .Mary Tausler and Miss LJda
t Lyl;lns. ln.
Mrs. Henry of flrand Island is visiting
with her granddaughter, Mrs. N. R.
Fleck.. ... . '.
Mr. Bert Andrews and son, Herbert."
went to Central City Sunday to look-over
some land. 1 ,.'- . v
rav 'Meyer and family spent' the
Week-end with Mr. and Mra. Henry Hol
llngsworth. . .
Misses- Florence' and Pauline Anderson
spent Wednesday at Council Bluffs vislt
U.g friends. , -
Mr. John Butter, arrived from Lincoln
Friday and will apend the summer with
Miss Rom I .arson returned from Ken
nard Mon. lay after several daya' viaiting
with friends. .
Mrs. Smith of Winner. . T Is home
for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr.
J. U Williams.
Miss Htella Peterson leaves on Wednes
day for. a month visit with friends at
Archie Anderson of Blslr has been
spending the week with bis parents, Mr.
and Mra. C. E.' Andrews.
Mr, K. C. Webster and children, who
have been visiting at Harlan for a couple
of weeka, returned horn Wednesday.-
Miss Marie Ietovsky, daughter of Mr.
snd Mm H. B. itovsky, waa operated
on Wednesday for appendlcltia She I
getting along nicely.
Mr. Pcott Tucker 1 home on a short
trip. Mr. Tucker Is superintending tlie
dredge work that Is being don at Bui
The iAdlea' Aid sotiety of the Metho-
Texas. who have been guests of home
folks In West Hide the last month, went
to Ida Orove, la.. Wednesday to apend
. Ralston. -
Mr. and Mrs. Herr left, tor St
Minn., for their future home.
Mr. and Mr. - J. L. Stamp of Omaha
wre guests Sunday of J. W. Polln.
The Olrla' Phllathea club met with Miss
Qrae Alexander, Thursday evening.
Clifford Hammond of Florence spent
Thursday at the home of R. T. Proi.kt.
Mis West of Pspllllon. Neb., was a
guest ot Miss Margie Taylor, Sunday.
Oorothy and Florets Propst are spend
ing two weeks with, their grandparents
at Plattamouth. -
Mr. F.d Johnson, formerly of tUs vi
cinity, but now ot Osceola, la., is visiting
her friends her.
Mr. and Mr. Behlovereck and daugh
ter of South Omaha were visiting Mr.
Btblovereck's parent Sunday.
diet church met with Mia W H. Thomas
Thtirsoay. The next meeting win be held
at the home of -Mr. U. A. Taylor Thurs-
Thimas How. was railed to Avocs. Ia.,
Tluiradiiy night by th death of his 1-
ear-old daughtor, who mistook a bottle
containing poison and swallowed a big
Qeorge King, who wss working on the
raw house or Oliver lUuklns esrfy in the
Spring and wss Injured by the falling of
a scaffolding, has brought suit tor dam
age for hla Injuries.
Mrs. Peter Kser, .who has been suffer
Ine with nervous prostration for some
lime, is now staring tn omaiia fH trt
tuont. Mrs. Walter Mattox la raring tor
her family during ber absence.
. Mayor and Mra F 8. Tucker enter
tained st dinner Hiimiiv In honor of Dr.
and Mr, olt'lden of New ork. Their
guest were lr. and Mr. Olldden of New
York. Mu. Mabel Mann of Bryan. Tex.;
Miss Marv Mann of Bryan. Tex.; Mies
Jessie Tucker and Judse Le r-atello of
Mra. O. I Fox entertained at dinner
f.ipdav in honor of her sister, Mra. Ueo
Thompson of Kansas City. Her auevta
ttcre Mr. and Mrs. 8. v. i a r tarty or vai-
. Neb.; Mr. Beit Tafferty or Valley,
a lo Thompson of Kanass City. Mr.
yd barlow of Benaon and Mr. Mervln
Mr. Anna Murks, aged SO years, wife
of Andrew Durke, residing two and a
half iiilit-s northwest of Florence, dropped
dead Sunday while picking strawberries.
Mrs.'Duike was born In Bohemia and
tarn lo this country when she was 1
Sears) of age. Shu was married to An
new Durk In 'i. Four children and a
husband mourn her loss.
Th election of two mem!era of tne
Board of titucatlon will tall place on
Monday afternoon and evening. At thl
eetiiig also will be decided whether the
evy fur th coming year will b 4." mill
Snd continuance of trie hl-h school or a
M-mlll lew and no high scltool. It Is
xpcted test lb election will tv s warm
on, owing; tn the fait that J. Mc-1-aiMi,
th former surei intendent. Is mak
ing a ftsht to be rcinatated.
ill i niniiniiyi .ii imi ii
ACHES AND PAINS
Have All Gone Since Taking
i Lydia E. Pinkham't Veg
Terr Hill, P. "Kindly permit roe
to give you my testimonial in favor of
Lydia E. Pinkham'g
pound. When I first
bejjan taking it I
waa suffering front
female trouble for
some time and had
almost all kind of
aches pains in low
er part of back and
In sides, and press
ing down pains. I
could not sleep and
had bo appetite. Since I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound the aches and pains are all gone
and I feel like a new woman. I cannot
praise your medicine too highly. "Mrs.
Augustus Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa.
It is true that nature and a woman's
work haa produced the grandest remedy
for woman s ills that the world has
ver known. From the roots and
herbs of the field, Lydia E. Pinkham,
forty years ago, gave to womankind
a remedy for their peculiar ills which
has proved more efficacious than any
other combination of drugs ever com
pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound is recognised
from coast to coast sa the standard,
remedy for woman's ills.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn.
Mass., are files containing hundreds of
thousands of letters from women seek
ing health many of them openly stata
over their own signatures thst they have
regained their health by taking Lydia
E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound;
and in some cases that it has saved them
from surgical operations,
The officer of (-the club thought best
to leave The date' open, as there is still
some question as to Just when Mr. Bryan
will reach Nebraska.
WEDDING OF MISS MURPHY
TO MR. SAUNDERS WEDNESDAY
The marriage of Misa Marguerite Mur
phy, daughter of M. T. Murphy to Dr.
John Saunders of Council Bluffs wilt
take place Wednesday morning at S
o'clock at Holy Family church. Father
Dowd will perform, the ceremony. Tues
day evening at 6 o'clock, Mr. Murphy
will entertain the wedding party at din
ner, following which will be a rehearsal
at Holy Family church.
'I.ynn Msdjulddy. a graduate o, lark
(college, now working for hi master
Ml?s Urtfflth snd iupvrintndent Wend
land tsught In the svSatHvn school lsst
summer. Courses off-ved Include gradn
school subjects from fifth up, and also
Mgh school work. Superintendent B. t
Oisff of the public school. Principal C.
K. Itoed of Centrsl High school, snd
the public school tea"hor snd principal
sra co-operstlng with th sssociatlot
school. The suthorlttes of the puhtc
schools 'will rive the examinations ea
decide upon promotion cf summer school
A similar vacation sch.iol may be eetUi
llshed in South mill by the tfsocla
tlon," decision to be male after a meet
ing Monday. Assemblies, swimming and
gymnasium classes snd cross-country
hike will be Included in the ncatlon
school programs, the same as last year.
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When product bas been on the market far
over 70 years it stands to reason it's rovi.
Ridgways Tea is good tea Try k
Hughes CO., Inc., Wholesale Distributors.
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SUM MtK OR WINTER
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A Sign of Quality in Motordom
T OOK for the Polarine sign if you want
carbon-free, friction killing motor oil.
Friction costs more trum oil. You pay one
price for polarine. You pay for friction
many times over in lost power, repairs
and depreciation. ;
You can get Polarine at garages and supply ' '
stations wherever you see the Polarine sign.
It is the same standard dependable lubricant
wherever you buy it.
Red Crown Gasoline gives you more miles
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Nebraska) - , ,
Tlie Jennlng ldte Aid society met
at tho church Thuiadsy at their all-day
Mnedsmes T. C. Wilson and tSeorge
Kild t returned from their Visit to
Fort Uouge. la.
Mr. W King and daughter. Violet, re
turned (mm tneir vlalt at llunbar. Neb.,
Th homes of J Rtaele end Chsrle
Waahun were brihtviid thl week by
th arrival of voung ona.
West' Center street young ropl gave
a I loan ahor to Mr, l.mtl Carroll
Pearson on Wednesday evening.
Mr John tlrant tne Violet OH more)
was given a kitchen aliower at her nw
bom In Vt Bid Wednesdar.
Vr. Fete Jensen save a birthday party
In honor of her dauahter, InverborgV to
thlrtv-isht of her fii-nd Monday.
I,. V. Jennen hl f'ne cow kt'led bv
lia-hti'ln tn the pasture Portv-fifih
a i ut Mrlha aiw'ta WJndaw nishc
Ves. Ill YVrtht o'luncll Bluffs
wa honi guest M dinner -itv slve
Mm. V". A t liber v Artr iret
F-v ' -
Mis. B-lali ud young deugUer of
For ths Protection
of your hard earning,
your family, your peac
of mind, your aelf run
ldenc. self reepect
and future, hav an ac
count with this bank.
Be a regular dmoal
tor here, and accumu
A aou btuik halanc
will n.v.r com amiss.
It will open opportuni
ties and provlu the
wherawlUial to grasp
Just as w-U maJi th
tart now a later. No
body ever r'loed any
thing bv putting otf
thl Important step.
the time of all times
U. S. A. to make vast
Let's all get busy
There's nothing the matter with these
United States. There's nothing the matter
We have skill; we have enterprise; we
have capital; we have courage.
The world can use all we can produce.
Let's go ahead and produce as much' as
we can. The only trouble wasthat
something got into the wheels of business
thai something is out.
The seller can't start the wheels going. It's the
buyer who does that. .
So let's buy what we need and what we are go
ing to need and
Thl Is- Ik tiaa all tlat
for taut VI. S. A. saax .
txidti, lr all g away.