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PLOW DEAD ASIDE
TO LETLIYING BY
German Correspondent Telli Thrill
in; Story of Storming of
FIRE DESCRIBED AS TERRIFIC
POLITICS TO TAKE
STAGE CENTER NOW
crepe d rhlne and rarried pink eaters,
lil In the bridesmaid, Mia Coriin
Thomu, a cousin, vh (ownM In whit ,
vollle and carried a bnsK.t of pink and J
' whit Mlnri. Th irroomamen wn
Messrs. I Jewell vn and Rne Miller. I
On the arm of her fathr and precedlns: .
th attendant, the bri'la entered th . , . . i i
eh..rrh to the train, of the Mendei..ohn I State Treasurer Hall About Decided
wedding march, played on the piano. A I Not to Continue Letter
nlo, "Iecue, waa ung by Prof. J. T
Foe th oraslon the church waa beau
tifully decorated and after th wedding- a
(reception waa held at th noma of the
nr-nt r... , ,v, , .,, bride ir.nt. Temporarily Mr. and
oc.vi.. Drv. , mmdrant will b at horn at W9
The laconic announcement by th
DEMOCRATS SEE ALL GLOOM
German general staff. In a bulletin
Issued September 8, that Grodno had
been captured after bouse-to-house
fighting left the public without de
talln of the rapture of the fortress
up to the present time. The Lokal
Anzelger now prints a delayed report
by one of Its correspondents, Dr.
Stephan Stelner, who entered the city
with the Oermana and saw much of
the fighting at close range.
i Mr, Htindrant
VARIOUS ISMS IN
Continued from Tan One.) .
tlon. flunday blamed Immigrants
fall to adopt American, Idea.
"They make our public arhool a clear
Inr hoiie for paying petty political debt."
The correspondent approached the he aid, "I am chagrined to learn that
city irom the southwest on the even-! Nebraaka doe not pic the Hibi in Ita
Concerning a proposal for "trial mar
rUsTS." Hunday said:
"Such rotten hell-born doctrines nerer
"Mr. and Mr. Newly-wed, limited, on
the hotel registers," h exclaimed and
Sunday i hided members of varloua com-
rattlinR sharply on the walls of the""11"" who. "M- nw '"" 10 d" the .late treaaurer. at Verdon. and $J0O
1110 worn aiHineti o mem inu cucnicu i
Ing of September 2. He entered the
section of the city south of the Nle
men river, but was unable to cross as
pontoons had not yet been built there
and the Russians had destroyed the
high Iron bridges. The air waa thick
with humming bullets and the explo
sion of shrapnel shells, the metal
(From a Htaff Correspondent.)
L.INCOUN, fept. H.-(Hpelal.)-No
that the elate fulr of ISIS has son out In
a blase of glory, It I eipected that poll
lira will tep In and take up soma of the
lnterent, provided that the state house
democratic Imbroglio doe not continue
to be the leading topic of discussion.
Whll Ftate Treasurer Hall has about
derided not to continue the controversy
with the other state officers over the
bond and other bones of contention, h
has said that the statement made by the
governor as to the division of the tl.OOO
premium waa true, but that he hlmeelf
received none of It. Ills reaann for do
ing tlil. ha says, wss to break a com
bine which had eslated In former years
In regard to the treaurer"s bond.
This combination, according to the atate
treaaurer, waa not to keep the price up,
but to keep the local agents from getting
any. Initead of being a ll.Ora) premium
which waa divided, it waa Martini
Meet at Tecumseh
Tm.'MSF"H. Xeb Sept 12. Fpecl1 )
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
of next week th Nemaha Baptist aaaocl-
stlon will hd a convention in Tecumch 1
and, as tbe association territory Im-ludea
several comities In thl section of the
state. It Is expected that many dcii-gatc
will b In attendance.
Tuesdsy afternoon, Rev. Mr. Goodman
of Brock will have the subject. "The
Church as a Missionary Center." Tues
day evening th annual sermon will be
delivered by Rev. F. B. William of Fall
Wednesday morning, following th en
rollment of delegate, election of offlcera
and other buln. Rev. A. C. Hull of
Pawnee City will deliver a sermon on tho
subject, "Personal Responsibility In Mis
sionary Work." The afternoon will b
devntcd principally to a women's mis
sionary meeting. Wednesday evening
Rev. Frtd Berry. D. D., of Lincoln, will
apeak of state mllon. and Rev. Wilson
Mills, I. 1 , of Omaha, will outline the
budjret of the five-year campaign.
There will be two sermon Thursday
morning. "The Great Commission, or the
Chvrchea" Marching Orders," by Rev. C.
A. Cwrmnn of Salem, and "God Pro-
Broe. of Omaha receiving tUX. and Judge!" Progre.s-Missions." by Rev. C.
t-VA mfiA the Mma!' Jnarsnam il J rcuniai-fl. jn-v. mui pv
amount going to II. J.' Murray, vtca pres
ident of th Hall bank at Franklin; an
other IMO to John II. Hall, a brother of
Th night scene at the water's edge was
one of unparalleled grandour, says lr.
Stelner. "The river, skirted by rows of
houses on bluff ISO feet high, waa Illu
minated by exploding shell, the broad
stream sending up everywhere Jeta of
watrr from the shell fragments. Numer
ous church towers across the river, with
their gilt crosses encircled by clouds of
smoke from the shrapnel, appeared on th
lighted horison. '
Klame Pillar lisula !'.
Suddenly a mighty pillar of flame.
thot up on the other shore, producing a
them to notify the management of the
revival If they found themselves unable
to perform their duties.
The number of persons who have been
attending prayer meetings has been dis
appointing, ho declared, and added that
he never saw fewer persona attend the
prayer meetings than In Omaha.
It waa announced that next Saturday
afternoon the (ermon will be for young
persons, especially, both boys and girls.
Collections have not been up to ex
pectation, said "Hilly" Sunday and Rev.
The morning collection amounted
BACK BY SLAVS
(Continued from Page One.)
Russia so far as thl year I concerned,
and that they must now look to th de
fense "m-lr present line. It I re
puilau, .a ,a t. that they are already re
conatruutlng the fortifications of Kovno,
which are threatened by th Russian of
fensive northwest of Vllna,
,.-.! (( Men on l.lne.
The Russian estimate that th Austro
Oermana have 1,600,000 men on their front,
twenty-oight corps botng In th Ualtto
gigantic rain of sparka and burn.ng j to Vdi.
fragments. Th terrific dotonatlou . ATMaTTrPCI
drowned the roar of the cannon. It waaj VlJuriW A AJJMIlb
me explosion or some itosaian orcinanoe
depot. It caused numerous conflagra
tion In It vicinity which illuminated
brightly the ruins of the gigantic Nlemen
bridges, lying half In the water."
The correspondent left the river and
spent the rest of th night In a ahed In
a suburb, but sloop was Impossible a
the bombardment e..iu.nud throughout
tho night, growing unusually Intense
about S o'clock In th morning, when
th Russian on th north ld of th
river attempted a counter attack which,
after several hour duration, waa re
pulsed with sanguinary losses to th at
tacking forces: Ho returned to the city
, before dawn and found heavy German
guns, brought Into position during the
nigitt. shelling th Russian fort, six
or swven of which still were defending
Isdrn Rain laeeaaaat.
The Russian artlkry station.! at bar
rack on the northern heights also kept
the southern sutnirb under a heavy fir
tond the rain of -Ifle, bullets still waa in
cossunt. Nevctthol m, German pkineera
aucvrcdcii under cove- of durkness. In
liuttHtf a ponttM ii ,kn th liver. Se
ii i. Ce uiun baltall iik and batteries c f
aitlllerv gained tin novt'iorn shores to
n'jpp rt Hie other .rorii. winch IihU
cicx-d further down the stream.
As tho correepoii-ti'.u api n-ai liel tho
bridge he found tbe bodies of fallen sol-"l--is
eery where ai-.!f the street'. Those
and the dead horses mere pushed aside
to make room for the advance of th
troops.. Thirty yards away a shrapnel
shell exploded, killing a soldier and a
horse. The air waa still humming- with
bullets and shells were exploding over
head. Forts Nos. and T continued
belching sheets of flame. '
Meanwhile th writer reached th jon
toon bridge, where lng columns of
trorps were crossing swiftly. A man tc
caalunally dropped from the ranks, bit
his body was puau-d asid an-1 th col
umn moved on witnout bresklnf the
pr.ee. Th river on b.Uh si lea ef t.a
lu-ldg was spouting flsm from falling
projectiles. Under thesa clrcumstames
the correspondent succeeds! In reaching
the noi-thern shore.
ea-h to W. C. Dorsey, an attorney at
Bloomlngton, and James Conklln, a real
estate man at Franklin.
Pollard Not Irl4l.
As to politics, as It developed at the
state fair, the attempt to get Ernest M.
Pollard of Nehawka Into the rac for
governor by the agricultural Interests
and the announcement of Charlie Clancy
that ex-Sstate Treasurer Walter George
would sure be a candidate were the most
Important announcements. Mr. Pollard
does not know whether he wants to get
In or not. The constant urging of the
representatives of sgrtcultur that he en
ter the race kept him up In the air dur
ing fair week, but after he gets home
and has time to think It over he will
make tip his mind what he will do.
Outside o fine announcement of his
friend and co-workr, Clancy, that h
would enter the race for the republican
nomination, ex-State Treaaurer George
would give little assurance. Mr. George
la now a resident of Omaha, and possibly
the non-success of Omaha politicians to
get clect d to state office In post years
may le bothering him a utile.
Tlin announcement that Representative
, M. A. Ilostettler of Shelton would enter
th race for lieutenant governor was th
only announcement made for that place,
although It Is expected that there will
Lieutenant Governor McKehie will
mnke no announcement. It Is generally
felt that he will enter the race for th
SHOT MEANT FOR A
BIRD KILLS J AIM
Walter Cerveny, 17, Coniei.es
Bringing Sown Man a He
Emptied New Shotgun.
HEARS BODY FALL, THEN RUNS
"Yes, I heard a dull thud after I
fired that last shot,"' Walter Cerveny,
17-year-old South Side boy, held on
a charge of shooting to death Joe
Janda, South Side grape picker, who
was found dead on a hillside near
Child's Point Monday afternoon, told
Captain Anton Vanoua of the police
department at the South Side station
yesterday afternoon. With faltering
tones the lad continued: "I rushed
forward, saw a blue shirt through the
grapevine. Then I got scared and
ran all the way home."
After a four-day search Sheriff
Hutter of Sarpy county and Detective
Mike allien of the South Side police
force finally ran down a clue that
led to the confession of the boy who
had accidentally done the fatal shoot
ing. Vse New Shotarwa
Young Cerveny, with hi father, had
bought a new U-gaug shotgun at th
Pavllk hardware store at Twenty-first
ana K streets Saturday night. Early
Sunday morning; at o'clock, ha departed
from home and went on a hunt In th
direction of the river. Proceed.ng along
imlona; Mr. F. B. William of Falls t polnl nrr
City will lead In a dlcu.lon of "Sue ! P1' f,"1' "fT1
cessful Plan, of Rtbl, Reading;" Mr hZ"'l!l !'T.e ? "teT.
... -t in iimbiuiv iiu muiiiing it naa
fallen dead on the hillside, he ran up the
hill from the tracks and came near the
grape pickers, who were at that time
engaged In picking grapes. He was, how
ever, unaware of their presence.
In his search for the fallen bird Cerveny
suddenly saw another smaller bird la a
grapevine juat ahead of him. Raising
his gun he fired and a moment later
heard the thud of a body as it struck
th ground. The man shot was Jo Janda.
Ho had been less than twenty feet away I
at the time and was high up In a tree) 1
near the grapevines.
Seen Rnnnlnar Arrost Field,
Farmer Larsen, who described a young;
lad of the same description aa Cerveny
as running across a millet field just east
of th plaoa of the fatal accident, later
Identified tho lad. At first the boy re
fused to admit that he had shot a man,
You don't think clothes can
be cleaned without boiling un
less injurious chemicals are
used? Well, you're wrong.
Taft, IX P., of Grand Island, will give
something on "Our College and Mis
sion.." Thursday afternoon Rev. Mr.
Bukhotitx of Btclla, will outline the Bap
tist Young People's union group system;
Mis 'Nettlo Forney of Falls City will
lead a discussion on "How to Pec u re Ef
ficiency In Junior Baptist Young People's
is absolutely free from the
chemicals you dread. The
naptha in combination with
other harmless cleansers
loosens the dirt, dissolves the
grease, so all that is required is
a little rubbing and rinsing.
Just as wonderful for all household cleaning.
B. W. Nell of Pawnee City will give
"Advantage at Graded Lemons," and
Rev. Mr. Mills of Omaha will speak on
"How to Interest Bible School Missions."
In th evening the principal address
will be given by Rev. C. J. Collins of
Lincoln on the subject, "The Needs of
the Baptist Young People's Union and
Bible School Work."
Berlin Papers Laud
In the Dumba Affair
and tho IJtliuanlan region. Included In
this army are eleven Austrian and nine : republican nomination for srovemor, but
German cavalry divisions. when solicited to say whether he would
Th Italians, Ilk their western allies, I or not, be almply replied. "If I am going
! are heajvlly bombarding their opponents to be a candidal. It would be too early
line with artillery, doubtless In an effort
to find a weak spot to attack.
The request of the American govern
ment for the recall of the Austro-Hun-garlan
ambassador. Dr. Dumba, and th
rnPort that other official representatives
may be similarly dealt with, Is creating
great Interest In England.
Noisier Krery vtaer.
The street and sri'ir,- cverywhfrs
were full of soldiers. The incmbars cf
tl a landwehr were learcin houaea and
l-ringlng out Ruastan,' arrayed in tbe
most motley of unlf m-i, who had con
cealed themselves in buidlns. A big
Russian church Ignited by a Russian
shrapnell shell, burned rapidly. A muni
tion column passing this church, waa
struck In Its midst by a Russian shrap-
neu vneu which killed Hire men and
iviuana nowner a ui wared on th.
treU. but peeped with blanched faces
from cellar lookouts or withdrew with
terror from th scenes outside. Many j
people filled the cathedral, occupying all j
' room, some antciing, ome,lylng with
their faces pressed to th floor. A heavy
shell penetrated th wall, but did not ex
plode, falling harmlxes before th altar,
which was aocepted aa a miracle, causing
a fresh accession of fugitives from other
' Th writer found a hotel and was as
signed to a room, where he stayed whll
the hottest fighting continued In a nearby
street. Two machine guns, mounted on
tables, wer peppering a house M0 yards
away, assisted by a cannon. Th. com
mander of th post explained that ten
minutes previously th Russians made a
sally, but wer repulsed by this cannon
and th machln guns at 450 pares, leav
ing th streets lined with dt-ad Russian.
Th German losses also wer heavy. The
Russians barricaded themselves- In the
hous 'and shot from the window and
(Ike garden walls.
GRAND ISLAND PLANS
TO HOLD CENTRAL FAIR
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Sept. 11. (Spe
cial.) Th board of nineteen directors
of th Central Nebraska Agricultural
association has everything In readiness
for th. second annual fair to be held
beginning Tuesday and continuing till
Friday of this week.
This association la directed largely by
th farina rs of th county and they have
valiantly remained on the Job despite
damages by storm and other setbacks
and hv this year Increased th number
of buildings by adding on for th manu
facturer.' and educational exhibits, giv
ing more room In the agricultural hall
for th farm products display, and hav
Improved the cattle and poultry display
There has bean but one disappointment
thus far. the refusal to them by th
Union Paoifio of a shuttle train service,
such refusal being on th ground of th
risk Incurred. But th local Jitney com
pany has been permittsd to vacate Its
other schedule and during every after
noon of fair week put all of Its seven
cars on th fair ground trip, th com
pany giving servlo. for 10 cents per trip.
It Is believed that many other automo
biles will be put Into servlo at th sam
Th report from th directors, there be
ing on for every township In tbe county.
Indicate a large attendance and a greatly
Increased number of exhibit, over last
year. Th racing department already ha
a much larger number of entries.
is shot by His wife
(From a Ptaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Sept. 11 (Special ) James
fcudduth. a Llnoln carpenter, was shot
by his wife about Tl o'clock last night
whll standing at a street comer.
Rut one shot ws fired, th bullet enter.
Ing Budduth's back at th seventh rib
end plowed Its ws'y almost through hi
body, t'nlea some vital snot was struck
he may recover.
According to the story of Budduth his
wife had armed herself with a revolver
that afternoon and had gone out In search
of Police Judge Fullerton. Some time
ago a daughter oT Mrs. Budduth by a
former marriago brought suit against th
police Judge for alleged dealing with her
daughter and aa th case had nut prog
resaed to her satisfaction ah had mad
up her mind to gel even with the Judge.
He claimed the charge against the Judge
waa a trumped up affair.
Hudduth and his wife had been quar-
sod after several houra of fighting drove I "" " ""-
lore in. ami w. mw -'
now to make the announcement."
Th nam of J. II. Kemp has been
mentioned also as a posslbll candidate.
However, th Fullerton statesman is not
likely to get Into th rac. Or If he does,
It will take considerable coaxing to get
him to announce himself. In a letter to
a Lincoln rnena n aoes not appear to
care to get Into th race, aa his personal
legal business demands so much of his
attention tliat he does not care to sac
rifice for political honors Juat now, espe
cially when the prospect are that there
will he much good material to pick from
Bx-Governor Chester H. Aldrlch, candl
dato for the United States senate, has
taken time by th forelock and already
has his picture adorning the telephone
pole and other public places. He ex
pects to mak a strong personal cam
John L. Kennedy Is much plessed with
hi visit to the state fair. Not only did
the big pumpkins and apples look good
to him, but the way his campaign for
the United Ftatos senatorshlp looked to
those he csme In contact with pleased
On the democratic aid of the political
fenc all Is gloom. Even the most san
guine' can see nothing but political dl- J
aster for any follower cf Thomas Jeffer
son who may try to run for offlc next
year. The Bryan-Hitchcock factional
fight alone would probably hav been
enough to have settled th chances for
Nebraska going democratic on national
affairs, and th stat treasurer-other
stat officers' embrolto has taken th
heart out of those who wer still hoping
that there would be a chano to re
sleet stat officers of th democratic
Th result Is that mighty few members
of the unterrlfied are banking much on
running for office, and they are all hold
ing back In hope that the party muddle
may be fixed up some way. They do
not seem to be anxlou to mak a fight
for anything In th way of empty honors
and political death.
RKRLIN, (Via London!. Sept. 12.-Th
Rerlin newspaper, after aeeing the
American note to Austria requiring the
recall of th Austrian ambassador to th j falling to tell. In tho first Interview with
United States, Dr. Constantln Theodor ' police officials, of firing at the second
Dumba, having read the letter from Dr. smaller bird In a grape vine. After
Dumba to Baron Burien, Austrian mini- going over the ground with Sheriff Hut
ster of foreign affairs, which caused the'ter and Detective Oil Jen yesterday after-
sending of the note, discuss me matter
with greater reserve.
Th Tageblatt says th fact can not
be mistaken that the American govern- j gon-
ment ha taken pain to keep the note County Attorney Nlcholsen
In friendly tones, which. In. a measure, C(nJnty, Captain Brigs and
smooth over the painful affair. The paper tcen were In the captain'
calls attention to th fact that Washing- tn, Ume of the cnfcion.
ton asks, not demands, in recall or
Dumba and wlshe a continuance of
Th Tageblatt says It sees a striking
anology between the present case and
that of Lord Sackvlll West. British am
bassador to the United States, during the
Cleveland administration whose recall was
noon, he Included this Incident In his
story, and a question by Captain Vanous
later brought out th complete confes-
will not prosecute unless other evidence
develops, believing that th youth U tell
ing the truth and th stsooUng was
merely an accident. t
Boy Has Clean Reooral.
Cerveny's parents live at 480 South
Nineteenth street. When tbe boy was
demanded by President Cleveland and rreB,ea "o"r
who was handed his passports, and yet became hysterical. His father work, at
Great Britain saw no occasion to treat th Armour Packing companjr. while he
th matter aa of great pollcital atgnl
flcanc. The paper says that the present
case still less contains elements for poli
Th Vosslsch Zeltung also notes that
Washington avoids th more abrupt
cours of demanding th recall of Dr.
Dumba, dissolving personal relations and
handing him his passoprta. which It says,
Is admlasabl tn such cases.
imr-r- with Bodies.
Woody hand-to-hand fighting occurred
la the caKure of the old government
palace, the residence of th governor. The I
Ivrmans attacked It during thn night, f
the Russians from th palace and th
park. - Th. eorreepondent, atalttng the
palace, found everywhere sign of hand-to-hand
encounters. The smoothly pol
ished floors wer covered with bodies.
Th Wall and windows had been pierced
by sheila and bullets and th paiaoe was
lowly burning, having been set on fire
hot vii fired they wer standing cloa
together, the woman having th gun. a
.3-vallbr revolver hid In a scarf.
JOSEPH SCHMIDT FUNERAL
WILL BE HELD MONDAY
STATE WILL DROP CASE
AGAINST DR. B. C. HYDE
KANSAS CTTT. Mo., Sept It The
state's case against Dr. B. Clarke Hyde,
charged with the murder of Colonel
Thomas II. Smope, millionaire philan
thropist, probably will b dismissed when
It Is called In the criminal court here
next Monday. Th prosecuting attorney's
offlo announced today It did not have
th money to obtain experts to testify.
Dr. Hyde has been tried three times.
He was convicted of first degre mur
der at hi. first trial, but the supreme
court remanded th case. At the' sec
ond hearing a Juror escaped from the
custody of th court officials, whll th
trail vii going ov A third Jury disagreed.
AT SIOUX FALLS ENDS LIFE
I bcnmwi, aruggiai. win o new
i t th bom. Ut
,..u-. am... u.,u,u. I 'S'cloch and at St. Cecilia's church at I
At Bt. Johns African Methodist Upisoo- . . . . . ... . u . E. v.
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cemeiery. in paiiuvarer win ue m
T P- Redmond John M. Mullen
K. W. Hmiersl I r. H. M. laley
P. H. Nauihlon Y. It. O. Holeu
Li. H iielns Joliu '. Ul
ttlOUX FALLS, S. D.. Sept. lt-( Special
Telegram.) William IX-kert, a yean of
age, for several mouth an attach of
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Funeral Servlc forth. 1st Joseph H. I ' .. " "7. CZ
nun IITOI, svi .. .., ui. ein.nl.l tltl-
Bank Robbers Leave
Most of the Treasure
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Sept U.-Half an
hour after closing time at th Farmers
and Merchants bank, 2800 Correction vllle
road, Greenville, a suburb 'of Hioux City,
three masked men lata today entered th
Place, held up the assistant cashier, Ralph
M. Trits, at the point of guns and escaped
with nearly $300.
The cashier waa locked in the (vault
after th bank waa raided. The robbers
escaped In an automobile.
Between ft ,000 and 16,000 was overlooked
tn th vault where young Trlta was mad
DECLARES TOM TAGGART
COLLECTED SLUSH FUND
INDIANAPOLIS, lad., Sept. 11.
Methods, by which th so-called machine
candidate, wer nominated In the pri
maries of May 6. 1W1 wer related by
Prosecutor A. J. Rucker, who continued
at today's session of the trial of Mayor
James 8. Bell for election conspiracy,' his
opening statement. He also told th Jury
that Thomas Taggert, who was Indicted
with th mayor and mora than 100 others.
collected a slush fund of about 91,000
from breweries, which was not accounted
for In any of th campaign expenses re
ports, as required by law."
The prosecutor also declared that the
evidence would show that Samuel V. Per-
rott. chief of police, also Indicted, "ac-
cepted bribes from saloon and brothel
keepers, permitting them to ply their
nefarious trades. In order to get money
for the Blush fund" and that Mayor Bell
"blackmailed mary citlsens of the county,
threatening them with arrest." to add to
himself works In a stop at Seventeenth
and Vinton streets. Th boy has a clean
record and is well known among Bo
hemians of th Brawn park district.
South Side. Sheriff Hutter took charge
of th shotgun and sheila that remained
from the day's hunt and will hold them
In case of further emergency.
It was upon th Information and de
scription of Farmer Larsen that th clue
to the buying of th new shotgun by the
boy was obtained.
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YOUNGEST SUNDAY BOY
LONGS FOR JESUS TO COME
"My lif has been a series of sapaa
tlon." "Ma" Sunday said last night.
"Before w. cam to Omaha my llttl.
boy said. "Mother. I wish Jesus would
coma soon so w oould all b together."
University of Omaha
Ready to Start in on
Its Seventh Year
The seventh consecutive year for th
University of Omaha is scheduled to com
mence Wednesday, September IS. Indica
tion point to th largest registration In
th history of th school. Though regis
tration day will not b until Tuesday,
more than fifty students hav already
enrolled. That th university will ba
patronised by many of th small sur
rounding towns Is shown by th Interest
many high school graduates are taking
in th Omaha Institution. A larg num
ber of South Omaha, Council Bluffs and
Omaha High school graduates ar also
As Redlck and Jacobs memerlal hall
are expected to be crowded, additional
room space has been secured by th re
arranging and enlarging of many rooms.
Both buildings have been overhauled and
Nearly all the teachers who hav been
out of th city for th summer hav re
turned and, with th exception of th
science and English departments, th
staff wilt be the sam a last year. Th
professors and their departments, a
given out by President Jenkins, are:
D. E. Jenkins. Ph. D., philosophy and
Walter N. Ilasey, M. A., peaagoiy.
Vera C. Fink. B. A., Oeimanio lan
guages and literature.
riwury eeiuen. rn- vri ujuj ma
gi , and sacred literature.
Helm Anaensen, aa. a., u
and li.eratur. ... ...
Leland Lewis. AX. A., cneroiau-y ana
physics. . . , .
Pdnsv Z. Williams. B. S., household
economics. . . .
Alice Hogg. B. A., rencn language ana
liter-lure. .. . , .
Kate A. MCitugn, cngiian iiium
literature. . . ,, . ,
U taabeth Gordon. M. A English lan
guage and literature. , .
storv. . . .
1- award, k. tiurxe, o. -v-. wauin
Interna. loiisJ . ... ., .
H II. Oi chard. B. A., mathematics and
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tal church at a:M o clock Wedneaday eve-
oirof Miss MardlU C. Ricka. daughter rt
air. and Mr M. C. Ricka, was marrkd
U Pro. John W. Bundrant. ltf. V. T.
boi'ri officiating. The bride waa
fcoi4 U 'hlu trepe da clilne, tri.nioed
pxartii' ni irriet m" bouqt'iet 'of .
bn-Jal tw. The maid of honor. A "For tale" ad win
ii.-s Krmutii y'iuw, won a guwu of Ue .initnrc into cash.
t In I
good. When last seen alive he was un
usually jovial and last evening attended
a pavement danc and appeared to en
joy tlv spurt.
A not left by him indicated hi Inten
tion to and hi life and aked that his
rather. Theodor IVk.rt of Kurt I'lerr.
tM- notified. A jIMt-r vialled him only
last week whllv on lu-r way to attend col-
I le. in Nebraska
taas tssalr W. C. T. V. Ma.ta.
WEEPING WATER, Neb., Sept. II.
(Special) Th twenty-fourth annual
meeting of th Cass county Woman's
Christian Temperenc union was held
her yesterday. Delegates were iresnt
from Plattsmouth, Louisville. Nehawka
and Weeping Water. A silver medal con
test was held In th anai'ii. Vie Marda
Staton was awarded fliat ptao com
peting with five -ther c-nt-.tatk. Th
newly elected offices of th fi-.intv sa-
soclatlon for th cunliut year ar a
follow: President. Mrs. F. P. Hed.
Weeping Water; vlco praH.'nt, Mrs.
Oell Klrkpalrtck. Nehawka; secretaty.
. Mr. Mai)' S. lli-nwr. Aiwn; trea-ii ler,
Mis. Agus KuK itr. I'UUsuviutli.
Our Dining Room Will
Be Open After the
Kxccllent musical pro
gram 10:30 to 12 p. m.
We are specializing on
Oysters, Sea Foods and
tasty Chafing Dishes.
Our Steaks ere famous
1508-10 Howard Street
Brilliant stasioal Bar la (a as
TWICE DAILY Mat. Today
An Old Tttl Bit a Brand Vw Book
HI- fcTAH & (jAhlEK vhOW
from th magnlflosnt tar k Oartar
Thsatar, Chloago, la
"AT HAIIATOUA SPKIXOS"
AtA a VlTmilTn.T.II ltr1i rlaaai
i THE CHEAT BtLUbE -
4 mis raia iaf
VJcrrTWlLUE ELLES & CO.
WOLFE & LEE
"AudiSTHE AEROPLANE GIRL
BIG 11EAVTV CHUli IH
Pr-mlnsntly 4o surh nnusuat f
turM a "Tin OrMt Prlu" and Ths
AropUns Olri ah'os most otmspt uausir
ksr tbls sk. B.xh ar. oliaSu.
E. U JOHN-lN Mgr. Oayntf.
Eyalnga. Bandar ss Hol'day Hats..
IBo, 8 bo, 60c aad T&o.
MATS. 15c and 25c VoE
Chew rum If you IUs, but no pmliin
rADTVS' lfn H A STY WITH
TICKTTSJ - DAT MTrlB
Kaby Carriage Oaraare in the Lobby.
Th. V., biology and
STUART GOULD SUSTAINS
ti KEN ARM CRANKING AUTO
Btuart Oould during aa auto trip,
stopped bis car when about twenty
inlles from town and, when h attempted
to start, found h would har to use th
crank. H nglcte4 ta pull back th
spark lerer and a a result th agln
kicked and Oould sustained a broken
arm. lut abov th wrist. It was neces
sary for his oompa aions to bring hira tu
Omaha bafor he rolyd madlcal as-
Ia Bit ad Infotla
Apply B loan's Linlmeat to any bit,
atiiig or.bruis. It kills th poison and
heals th wound. Only tSc All druggist.
Call Tyler 1000
If Tow Want to Talk to Tho Boo
or to A a yon Connoctod
with Tho Boo.
Th Onlr Hl(h Clai Vulll Clrcull
lailr aUttBo I II Evrrjr Mcil. a i.
Other Acu This Woek.
OUDINI Muoloal Brroa.
I W.iier hhiBBun MsjW
AnnU. tislo ya. N-T-Itr
IIdUoi. Orahoum Tr.rl Wortlj.
frlcos ' Matinc, boat Sous (ncp SkL an4
Hub., low at Soci. loc. Nulu, n-c. e. Mc aud
Turpin's Dancing Academy
28th and Farnam
Opens Tomorrow, Srpt. 18th. Adult beginners Monday and Tuesday.
8 P. M. Adults advanced. Tuesday, Sept. 14. 8 P. M. (Note) Only
new dances taught In this class. High school beginners Saturday, Sept.
18. S P. M. Pupils Joining classes on opening data will bo girsa 11-00
reduction on ticket. Application received now. Harney 1148.
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