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TilE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 6. 11)16.
HORSE-SAID HAD :
(J1NUH UN liuTMU
Witness in Norfolk HoipiUl Probe
Says She Remained ia Spite j
of Violations of Rule. j
IVIDE2CCE OF CRUELTIES PUT 15 j
NORFOLK. NK. Fb. S.f(tpectal T1-srtm.-"I
told Dr. Guttery thst a nurss
pd tin hsrd to ssy several tlmos that
did not dsrs ilischsrse her bi-csuso
hud vlnrh on hltn."
This ftatament wi made In tlie Gut
Ury Invtstlration this lnornlnp by S. S.
ilillr. rarpntfr, who ia ailll In the
employ of the hospital.
MMIer raid when he general nlsht
wath be repeatedly reported thla nurae
t Dr. Guttery for violation of rules, but
that ahe continued to violate the rulea
W. .1. Wlrlck. sn attendant, told of re
porting to Dr. Glittery the raae of a
male patient. Adolph Ftanra, who waa
allowed to remain out doora on tha
porch alj nlsht one lerent cold night
thla were Isus'nlns; and Joking; about It. I
Wlrlck said that when he reported this
to Dr. Outtery, the superintendent merely j
sld. "fnr, hm. hm.. hm," and changed'
tlie subject. Wlrlck told of once find-1
trig a nurve lytns In the arm of a !
patient, Kiernan, reading a comic paper. I
; Wlrirk. UK aald. had beard Dr. Guttery
toll Improper' stories in n-ycholory class
lo young women nurses, two or three,
'r. Q. " Barber told of seeing Archie
Wat by. an attendant, grab a patient by
the collar, kirk hla feet from under
trim and let him fall to the floor, strik
ing on lila dead and being aeverely hur.
Percy lis k. Ins said Dr. Guttery always
told him tot treat patients kindly and
fee had never aeen anything improper.
Northeast Nebraska Editorial Association at Wayne
Mockettt Language s
Teaching Law is
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. &. ISpeclal Telegram.)
Germans won their fight In the auprcnie
court, here today, to force tho teaching
of German in the public schools. The
high court in an unanimous opinion af
firmed the opinion of the district court
In the case of Otto E. Court against the
Nebraska City Board of Education. The
suit waa a test case brought by the Amer
ican alliance and other organizations
r J. W. Good of Dawea county. oie under the Mockett law, passed In 1913. The
Of the larareet and' most successful farm- high court holds that whenever fifty
'S of that county. Mr. Good made a;patrona of a school district petition for
iP'miUl'l l . 1 11 iuuvlvnu . f I - - - - - - -
nil of rmMit for the reflection of all I grade, the school board haa no other al
uccessful farmera and those who wish ! ternatlve, but to grant the petition,
to make the moat of their opportunities j The court's order directs the school
n this western country. He mode some j board to employ a Germrui teacher for
potent references to the success attending ; thta rrpose. In the suit at bar the pctl
. work of the farm demonstrator In ! tlon affected the Sixth district achool at
! Farmers Organize
5 nrsmTtlJC, r!feb Teb. .-(Speclal.)
-A larga and enthualastle meeting waa
Jield this afternoon In the Fflsterer hall,
when A. E. Andersen of the Vnlted
Btates Department of Agriculture ad
dressed the meeting on the advisability
of having a farm demonstrator for Sher
idan county and the benefits to be de
rived from fhe same. He was followed
Top row, reading from left: E. O.
Gardner. Wayne Democrat; E. W. Hun,
Wayne Herald: F. C. Marshall, Niobrara
Tribune; A. F. Allen. Journal, Sioux
City; W. H. Needhsm, Ploomflcld Mon
itor; Miss Elisabeth O'Biion, Wayno Her
ald; H. II. Toose, Heemer Times; C. O.
Carlton, Oakland Independent; L. J.
Mayfleld, Louisville Courier; i;ert II. At
kinson, Carroll Index.
Center row, same procedure: H. E.
Shackleford, Jack Uly, Wayne; John L.
Kennedy, H. L. Peck, Randolph Times;
F. D. Stone, Hnrtlngton Herald; Frank
Whitney, G. A. Wade. Wayne Democrat;
W. H. Weekes, Norfolk Tress: R. B.
Cooley, Crofton Journal; J. P. O'Kurey,
Hartlngton News; Mrs. W. O. Pqulrea,
W. G. Squires, Plalnvlew Republican;
Ross E. Cates, Rancroft Blade; A. L.
Rawson. Weatern Newspaper Union,
Lower row; Victor Roaewater, Omaha
Roe; C. E. Nevln, laurel Advocate;
George A. Mayfleld, Stanton Picket; D.
C. Sutherland, Tekamah Herald; S. B.
Mills, Wakefield Republican; A. It. P.ack
haus. Tierce leader.
Lower central figure: Eugene O. May
Dawea county and concluded amidst ap
plause. The- meeting then proceeded
to organize and J. O. plan waa ap
pointed chairman and Prof. R. O. Jack
Son, who waa present with the boys from
the high sC'iool, was elected secretary.
Much is expected from this orgaalxation.
Former Sheriff of
Clay County Is Dead
ICLAT CENTBRi Neb.. Feb. .-8pe-clal.)
The funeral of John.C. Ward, an
o'd-tima resident of this pUce. was held
Tli1uTay:i'MtWard died oddealr, witn
a stroke of apoplexy early Monday morn
ing. He ftaaUKrn Ja. Rome. N.. Y., 10 18
ifid camaju Jl jaunty. In With his
brother, orgev he ewted the first
building in Clay Center, a carpenter and
blacksmith shop, which waa used by them
for a number of years. Mr. Ward Johied
the first militia company organlied in
thla county and was with his company
in Omaha at the time of the Union Pa
cific strike. He served as sheriff of Clay
county from 1908 to He was a char
ter member and ut active worker of the
Knights ofTj-thiajr and Ancient Order
of United Workmen. He leaves a. wife
and one son.
OTES FROM BROKEN BOW
AND OUSTER COUNTY
rROKEX,BOyC Neb.. Feb. J.-(Special.)
--Filings have been tnade for the various
county of flees a follows: County clerk.
Harry R. Knapp. Broken Bow (rep ; H.
F Burnhara, ' Westerfllle (rep.) ; R. F.
AVaters. Weatervllle (dem.). County super
visor, George W. Dewey, Lillian (rep.);
J. II. Phillips. Anselmo (dem.); J. II. Un
der, Berwyn (rep.). ' Sheriff. Mike Leon
ard. Anseltno (rep.). County attorney,
Frank Kelly, Merna,(dem.). State sena
tor, Charles W. Beat,- Broken Bow dem.).
County assessor, S. A. Carr, Callaway
(dem.) ; G.' "T. Robinson, Broken Bow
diem.); Johfl Score Broken Bow (rep.).
Frank CutlerT Whd" was arrested near
' Anselmo last week, charged with rattle
rustling, waa taken before County Judge
lrd and, through his attorney, asked a
continuance jt hearing for thirty days.
1 te court grspted; icontlnuance and fixe!
the bond at fl.ODO, which was furnished.
Frank C'rWtr-wb- was caught entering
the drug store of Dr. Wills at Anselmo
1st last SaUdajr.bichC'appeared in county
r.ourt before Judge Ford and waived pre
liminary hearing, at the aame time plead
ing not guilty to the charge against him.
He was released--Thursday on a II.0C0
bond. Z ,
Rev. J. D. TaVlof.-Who comes here from
rkion.'La.. Is the new paator of the
iiaptlst church In this city. Rev. Mr.
Taylor takes the place made vacant by
Rev. W. L. Gatitan.'-who-realtned several
weeks ago to accept the "pastorate of the
baptist church at Wayne.
The law applies to the teaching of any
modem European language in the publlo
schools; but up until the present time
the Germans have been the only ones
to take advantage of It.
JUMPS FROM QUARANTINED
HOUSE INTO OFFICER'S ARM
FAIRBCRT. Neb., Feb. 5.-(SpeclaI Tel
egram,) Acting on the advice of Mayor
Elbert W. Mason in an effort to stop
violating quarantine rulea for smallpox
In tbls city. Chief of police Smith Wil
liams and Night Watchman Wharton ar
rested Ed Harrison at tho horn of Mrs.
Gano In the southeast part of town laat
night. The tatter's home haa been under
quarantine for smallpox and city author
ities found that Harrison had been rail
ing there. Harrison jumped out of a win
dow and tried to escape and landed In the
arms of the nlzht watchman. He was
arraigned 'before Police Judge Ruasell,
who levied! an assessment of tM. Hani
son is now serving time in the city jail.
Four houses are under quarantine in
Falrbury for amallpox and the city has
been providing provisions for the homes
under quarantine. Mayor Maaon states
It cost tho city 300 In January to keep
the families under Quarantine. A few
cases of scarlet fever exist in Falrbury.
Decree in Edholm
Divorce Case Upheld
by Supreme Court
(From a Staff Correspondence.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 6. (Special Teegram.)
The supreme court today upheld the
Douglas county district court In the di
vorce suit of Albert Edholm. an Omaha
Jeweler, againat Kathcrlne Edholm. The
high court affirms the decree of divorce
granted the huaband. the award of 13,000
permanent alimony to the wife and cus
tody of the lS-year-old daughter, Camilla,
to Mrs. Edholm. Mrs. Edholm was
awarded 50 a month for the care of the
daughter. The high court finds Edholm
was a kind husband and entitled to a
divorce. It finds the charges made by
Mrs. Edholm are unsupported by the
to the man's house aid found him lying
dead on tho floor. Tankeneln came to
Kearney in 1M2 directly from northern
Germany. He was the stepfather of Rob.
ert Frederlrk of thla city. For eighteen
years ho had been a recluse.
DARK HINT SOME DEMO
IS READY FOR SACRIFICE!
(From a Staff Correspondent.) I
LINCOLN. Feb. 5. (Special.) Somebody
In Fillmore county, who ohjecta to having 1
of State Fool of a daric horse for congress
in that district. '
Hnre Is what he aay: 1 13
"Fillmore county may have a denio-
eratlo candidate for congress one who J 8
will make a vlgoroua canvass peraonally jr
for the democratic cause and thne i ' q
some extent prevent the usual diversion
of some democratic voters, who in their jj
eagerness to vote for the republli-an con- pq
gresslnnal nominee vote the whole repub- pq
lloan ticket. Ton may publicly hint at j
this, not discussing trtv name, however."
Fool says the writer does not Intend to
. . Sport Writer Hoaored.
Innis Brown, sporting editor of the At
lanta Journal, haa been elected president
of the Georgia-Alabama league.
FARMER NEAR LYONS
ENDS LIFE BY HANGING
LTONS, Neb.. Feb. 5. (Special Tele
gramsJames Larsen. a prosperoua Dan
ish farmer living northeast of here, com
mitted suicide this morning by hanging
himself in his barn about 6 o'clock. He
leaves a widow and six children. George,
William. Mra. Earl Mussack, Dorothy.
Martha and Clara. H was born in Den
mark fifty-nine years ago and came to
this place in ISM. There Is no reason
known for hla act.
AGED RECLUSE FOUND
DEAD INKEARNEY HOME
KEARNEY, Neb., Feb. 5. (Special Tel
egram.) William Pankrneln, aged 73, and
a reaident of Kearney for thirty-four
years, was found dead In his home here
todsy. For two davs he had not been
aeen about his accustomed haunts and
today the sheriff was notified. He went
CLUB PLANS BANQUET
KEAII.VET. Neb.. Feb. a. (Speclul Tel
egram.) With a ticket sold for every
available place in the hall, the Kearney
t'ommrcla1 elub wilt hold Us annual
banquet February S. Indications are the
crowd ateriding the affair will be double
any that haa 'ever been gathered to
gether before for a meeting of this kind
lr Kearney. ...
Matthew Get pig of I'lattainouth and S.
R. MeKelvle. candidate for governor, will
be th principal speakers of the evening,
while X. p. McDonala of this city will
" from -kjyler.
VHUTLEn. Neb.. Feb. 5. (Special. )
TLadita". .Civic club, backed with an
t guarantee Jtlgried ty sixty of the
mos enterprising business men of Sjhuy
le, has contracted for a six-days' Chau
tauboia to be fctjjl here in the fatter part
sutity Judje Adolph F'.s'a Usjed four
teen licenses to marry during the month
of January, the greatest number for the
first month of t lie year in tho lils'ory
of tli a office.
DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK?
Have You Rheumatism. Kidney. Livor
or Bladder Trouble?
Pain or dull ache In the back la often
evidence of kidney trouble. It Is Nature's
timely warnln to ahow you that the
track of health is not clear.
Danger Signals. .
If these danger signals are unheeded
more serious results may be expected;
kidney trouble in its worst form may
steal upon you.
Tbouaanla of people have testified that
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remedy. Is soon realised that It stands
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Lame bark is only one of many
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Lack of control, smarting, uric acid,
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badly, rheumatism, bloating, lack of sin
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Preralency of Kidney Disease.
Most people do not realize the alarm
ing Increase and remarkable prevalency
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
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diseases that prevail, they are sometimes
the last recognized by patients, who very
often content themselves with doctoring
the effects, while the original disease
may constantly undermine the system.
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PR, BRADBURY, A SAFE DENTIST.
Soft, Bleeding:, Spongy Gum Conditions
' are Forerunners of Pyorrhea,
I can show you result! in a week's time end
a cure shortly after tbat. There are no better
tents of my succeag than the many people tbat
1 hare dismissed with a complete healing of
their (rums. I hare gained and . hold the
good will of these patients. Just mention gum
disease to them and they will all say: "Go to
Dr. Bradhnry."' If you cannot come to the
office I can send you a home treatment tbtt you
for pistes or bridge work are more harmonious
with many face than the natural teeth. I make
the selection according to the form of the fat-o
The moNt value for the money In fillings, crowns
or teeth without plates.
' Semi for Booklet on tTmiual Dentistry.
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
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