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THE BEK: OMAHA, TIlirnSDAY, NOVEMHKK 11, 1015.
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Detroit Beauty .Doctor Gives Simple
Recipe to Darken Gray Hair and
lYomote Its Growth.
Miss Alice Whitney, a well known
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WILD STILL HOLDS
STATE JHOUSE JOB
Bacteriologist Appears Merely to
Have Been Working for the
SECRETARIES ARE PEEVED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
TJNCOtN, Nov. 10.-(SpeclaI.) The at
tempt of the secretaries of the State
Board of Health to get the "goat" of
State Bacteriologist Wild is causing con
siderable merriment. Most people fa
miliar with the workings of the board of
secretaries are looking upon the matter
ba the Joke of the season.
Whether the State Board of Health,
which appoints the members of the board
of secretaries, will allow the secretaries
to dictate to it has not been divulged.
The meeting adjourned yesterday with
out action on the part of the present
board, and It Wi the opinion of many that
as far as the State board is concerned, no
further action will be taken.
It is evident that some of the secre
taries were piqued because the state Tao-
I leroioisi wouiu nui luiiwn n 1 1 -
Instead of those of the parent board,
, which had elected him to the position he
' holds. The secretaries appeared to think
that because they had made the recom
mendation of Dr. Wild for the place, he
was under their Jurisdiction and should
take orders from them.
That he has failed to do so appeared to
h the foundation for the charges. It is
i said that other charges may be brought
If the board falls to fire the doctor, but
rumors of their nature Indicate that they
may not be any more convincing to the
board than were those brought out yes
An amusing part of the hearing yester
day appeared when Dr. B. Arthur Carr,
a member of the secretaries board,
charged that Dr. Wild had sent out some
letters to different sections of the state
in. an effort to find out what the board
of secretaries was trying to pull off and
that these letters were written on letter
heads of the State Board of Health. He
thought it was misleading and out of
place for the state bacterolotlst to use
such stationery for his purpose.
A Bit of History.
Dr. Carr had probably forgotten that
during a campaign some years since in
which he took a lively part he was criti
cised because he used the letterheads of
an organisation of which he was for
merly secretary to flood the country ith
letters favoring a certain candidate for
a state office. Dr. Wild admitted it was
true that he had used the letterheads of
the board, but had only sent ten letters
and had paid the postage out of his own
On questions of the members of the
parent board as to the qualifications of
Dr. Wild, the secretaries who had brought
the charges admitted he was eminently
qualified for the position and that outside
of his failure to obey their orders he was
a good man for the place.
The activities of the board of secretaries
recalls the rumor which was afloat during-
the 'session of the legislature that
they' favored a plan which would put the
pure food department under the oontrol
of the board, which' they claimed would
bring all things connected with sanitary
matters under one head. They were not
able to effect the change.
NOTES FROM TECUM SEH
AND JOHNSON COUNTY
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. Nor. 10. (Spe
cial.) A would-be safe cracker entered
the office of the Dlerks Lumber com
pany during the early hours of the night,
but before he could reach the cash box
was frightened off by Manager Joe Moly
neaux and a friend. The manager went
to the office about S o'clock in the even
ing, and as soon as he entered saw that
something was wrong. The safe door
stood open, a back window had been
pried up with a loading bar and the back
door was open. Only a small amount of
money was in the cash box, which had
not been reached.
Miss Delia House and Harry Tlerney,
two young people of this city, narrowly
escaped serious injury when a car In
which they were riding turned turtle.
The two were driving toward the city
when the side wheels of the car dropped
Into a four-foot ditch. Miss House fell
under the machine, and Mr. Tierney was
thrown against the bank, with his back
pressing the car. Exerting all his
strength, he held the machine In posi
tion until his companion had escaped to
safety, then made a quick Jump and al
lowed the car to turn over. Neither was
District court Is In session this week,
with Judge Hostetler of Kearney on the
bench. It Is a Jury term and several Im
portant criminal cases are on the docket.
BELIEVED ROCK ISLAND
IS AFTER HIGHER RATES
FATRBURY. Neb.. Nor. M. (Special
Telegram.) Preliminary steps to secure
an advance in passenger rates by the
Rock Island were taken today when
blanks were furnished to all Rock Island
passenger and freight conductors of this
city to make out what is known as rate
card data for each trip for every train
operating in the state of Kansas for a
period of thirty days from this date until
The blanks were sent to Rock Island
headquarters by operating officials of the
second district at Topeka.
Practically all freight and passenger
trains operate through this point Into
Kansas. The new report involves con
siderable work for conductors as they
must" account for every Vnd of fi"Tght
moved, every passenger transported over
the division and other numerous Items.
It Is believed by business and railroad
men that It is the Intention of the Rock
Island to make a showing before the In
terstate Commerce commission that an
Increase In rates is warranted.
Care J Mojr of Croat).
Nothing frightens a mother more than
yte loud, hoarse cough - of croup. The
labored breathing, strangling, choking
and gasping for breath call for Instant
action. Mrs'. T. Neureuer, Eau Claire,
Wis., says: "Foley's Honey and Tar
cured my boy ot a serious attack of
croup after other remedies had failed.
I recommended it to every one, as we
knew from our own experience that It
Is a wonderful remedy for oougha, colds,
croup and whooping cough." it clears
air passages, soothes nd heals, h.t
every w here. Advertisement.
W. U. WILLJIGHT RATES
Telegraph Company Wants to Make
Showing: on Nebraska Ten
Word Message Charge.
ACTION UNDER RECENT LAW
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 10.-(Speclal.) Repre
sentatives of the Western Union Tele
graph company appeared before the State
Railway commission today and asked for
a hearing on the law passed by the legis
lature known as the Stebbens act which I
made a uniform charge of li cents on all
ten-word messages within the state.
One of the provisions of the law al
lowed the officials of the company to make
a showing after a certain time whether the
rate was compensatory or not, and it to
for the purpose of this showing that the
The hearing will be had on the third
Monday In January.
Among the officials was F. W. Lineau,
traffic expert, from New York City.
Of Million Paid
For Sugar Beets
SCOTT'S BLUFF. Neb.. Not. la fln
clal.) The second "payday" for the
Scott's Bluff Sugar company, for beets.
meaning the delivery during the last half
of October, occurred today. The oompany
distributed anion the tnrmtrm rt th.
Scott's Bluff country a total of over $780.
000. The greater portion of this goes to
Scott's Bluff county farmers, although
Morrill county, Nebraska, and Goshen
county, Wyoming, each get a big chunk
Notes from Beatrice
And Gage County
EEATRTCT". Neb.. Nov. 10 At m.-
Ing of Company C Tuesday evening First
lieutenant Mao U. Abbott was elected
captain to succeed C. Otho Sears, re
signed. Lawrence Jones was elected first
lieutenant and Harry Austin second lieu
tenant Addresses were made by Colonel
Holllngworth and Captain Abbott
Albert Frits of Wllber was severely hurt
Tuesday a mile northwest of the city
while coming to town on his motorcycle.
He ran over a small dog while speeding
the machine at about forty miles an
hour and was thrown headlong in the
road, sustaining Internal Injuries and se
vere cuts about the head and legs.
A stranger dropped into the city Mon
day and remained hers Ion enouvh tn
work off a forged check for $30 on a
mercnant He presented the bogus paper
to the clerk after nurehaslns mail
bill of goods, drw the cash and walked
out or the store. The check was drawn on
the Union State bank in favor of "J. W.
Thompson," and was supposedly signed
by Victor Lang of this city. The officers
have received no clue to his whereabouts.
A horse buyer of this city Tuesday esti
mated that at least 1.000 head of horses
and mules havo been shipped from Oags
county to the war son In Europe the
last few months. v - .
EDGAR BUSINESS MEN
PLAN WASH DAY DINNER
EDGAR, Neb., Nov. 10.-Speclal.) The
Edgar Commercial club through the ener
gies of Editor Scott held a business men's
banquet at the Commercial hotel yester
day noon. There were fifty men present.
Several members were called on for short
talks, as follows: President Boomer, Will
Brookley, Lee Hill, Dr. O. R. Woods, A.
D. Scott and C. A. Voorhees. The talks
were all good and were along the line of
an enthusiastic revival of the oCmmer
clal club. It was decided to have a wash
day dinner, that la, while the women are
at home getting out the family washing
the men will get together and enjoy a
good time at one of the hotels. This meet
ing will be the first Monday In December.
CUPID TAKES "MANY
HOLT COUNTY TEACHERS
JOBIE, Neb., Nov, 10. (Special.) It has
been found very dlffloult to secure teach
ers for all of the schools in southwestern
Holt county this year. Cupid seems td
deserve most of the blame in the matter,
as a large per cent of the ranchers of the
community are bachelors, and many
jvuus: wuihvu woo come put nere co teacn
school give up their profession to become
District No. 226, which' boasts an at
tractive new school house within a half
mile of Josle postofflce. is still without
a teacher, though the district voted to
hold eight months' school, beginning Oc
Aeraaed of Forarvry.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Nov. 10.-Spe-clal.)
John Fowler, recently out of the
state penitentiary of Iowa at Fort Madl.
son, is now arrested in this county, where
he Is charged with forgery. After having
gained his liberty at Fort Madison, where
he had spent four years and five months
for the same offense, he repaired to Ne
braska, and having secured some checks
on the Bank of Boonevllle, la., he uttered
one, drawn in favor of William Baker, for
which ha was taken. The man was ar
rested near Waverly tramping into Lin
coln. Fowler admitted the transaction,
also telling of an additional one In Wis
consin, besides the ones In Iowa and Ne
braska. He was bound over to the dis
Notes from Lindsay. '
LINDSAY, Neb.. Nov. 10. (Special.)
Miss Rose Nlenaber and J. drlesan wm
married at the Catholic church Tuesday.
A reception was given at the targe farm
home Just north of town. The groom lives
near Platte Center, where the couple will
make their future home.
Rev. Father Cyrlac of Columbus has
taken charge of St Bernard's rvthnii
parish, succeeding the late Father Clem
ents. Father Cyrlao read his first mass
there Sunday. He Is not a stranger here,
bavlnz been stationed at Platte Center a
few years ago.
Baak fhaasre at (ivrlaar.
SCOTT'S BLUFF, Neb., Nov. 10. (Spe
cial.) A. L. and H. T. Bowen have pur
chased the controlling Interest In the
First National bank of Oerlng. This Is
the benk known rm the Thornton bank,
of which Harry Thornton was cashier for
so manv years.
Helps Weak Kldaeys sas l.amjiaao.
Get a 25c bottle of Sloan's Liniment,
spply oa back and taks drops four
times a day. All druggUU. Advertisement
Reports of Department Heads at
Grand Island Reveal Unusual
Efforts by Denomination.
MANY MISSIONARIES BUSY
GRAND ISLAND, NrK, Nov. 10.(3pe
rlal Telegram.) Iteports of tho heads of
the varloi's departments of work f the
iBaptlst denomination In thl state con
tinue to lie the KailniK frnttire of the
Baptist state convention In session here.
These Include the women's work, the f r
etgn and home missionary work a .d the
evangellstto work, etc.
The work In Japan was covers I In ai
especially direct report by Re,-. William
Axllng, a missionary In that countc
The report of the statj b,arl shows I
the value of the church property In this
state to be twt.178, the cur. e it e.pen es
of the board were $i28,4U and lenevo
Twenty-five mlselonary worVeri have
labored In the state. Including evangel ta,
colporters and pastors at Itrgo. i.ore
than 125 special evangelist o campa una
have been he d dur ng the last ye .r.
Thirteen churches are without pastors.
Today reports were made by the local
associations by counties.
The convention elected the foil wlng
officers: President, D. M. Amsteny.
Broken Bow; first v p.rsl ent, J. A.
Maxwell, Omaha; second v. re pruHkiciil,
J. L.I Barton, North Platte; recording sec
retary, J. O. Batsle, Fremont; corre
sponding secretary, Fred Berry, Lincoln!
treasurer, W. E. Rhoadea. Omaha; his
torian, R. R, Coon, Grand Island; trustee,
J. W. Alter, Tekamah.
The plana for the ensuing year of the
national convention were outlined by Dr.
Chapman of Lincoln.
Increase by baptism has been exceeded
In only two previous years. All mission
aries have been paid In full, with a bal
ance in the fund of every department
FARM RESIDENCE BURNS
AS RESULT OF EXPLOSION
FAIRBURT. Neb., Nov. 10.-(f pectal
Telegram.) The farm residence of C. B.
Clarke, five miles southwest of Fatrbury,
near the county poor farm, was totally
destroyed by fire early this morning. Ac
cording to a statement made by Mr.
Clarke when he was brought to Falrbury
to receive treatment for serious burns
sustained while trying to fight his way
through the flames to secure IT0 in cur
rency and valuable papers, he and his
wife were out of doors when a can of
vermin destroyer exploded on the stove
as he was thawing it out. Owing to
difficulty in securing Insurance money on
another home burned several years ago
Clarke had lost faith In fire insurance
and was struggling along without any
protection In defiance of the companies.
In addition to being a farmer Clarke
does veterinary work In the southwest
part of Jefferson county.
News Notes of Geneva.
GENEVA, Neb., Nov. 10. (8peolal.)-
William F. Flory 6f St Edward. Neb.,
came last night to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Flory, and sister, Mrs.
A. E. Holt Ha leaves St. Edward In a
few days, where he has been connected
with the First National bank for about
ten years, to make his home in Califor
nia. ECM ON BABY
On Neck and Head. Cross and
Fretful. Stopped Growth of
Hair. Trouble Disappeared.
HEALED BY CUTiCURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"When our baby was about four months
aid, he was troubled with ecaema on bis
neck mad head. That on his head covering
the whole top and stopping
the growth of his hair. It
caused him to lose all the
hair from that part of his
head. It was In the form of
an Itching seals and we had
to make him sleep with mit
tens on his hands to pre
vent him from scratching.
He was cross and fretful.
"Finally, we decided to try Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment lie began to be beneflte4
right away. In one month's time the
trouble had entirely disappeared, and in a
short time his scalp was in a healthy con
dition." (Hlgned) R. 8. Lowder, 302 W.
112th Bt, (wicage, I1L, Jan. 1, 1015.
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Combing Won't Rid
Hair of Dandruff
The only sure way to get rid of dand
ruff is to dissolve It, then you destroy It
entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply II
at night when retiring; use enough to
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- Do this tonight, and by morning, moat
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Tou will find, too, that all Itching and
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