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THE ' "OMAHA SUNDAY' BEE; JULY' "23," 1916.
r REPDBUCANS MEET
Delegate tOJ State Convention
Elected and County Central
Committee Beorganfzed; ,
ENTHUSIASM IN MEEEICK
Alma, Neb., July ?2. (Special.)
The republicans' of : Harlan county
held a regular old fashioned conven
tion t the;i,,curt.:house attended by
minfipf ttii' wjrfel horses jn tht'party
and many of 'in younger generation.
It was a harmoniouf. gathering of a
reunited. party. Horn Q. A.,Luce of
Rdpebli'cari Cit? was: ' elected ; chair,
man and Arthur V. Shaffer, aeCretary.
A telegram' from Hon. John L. Ken
nedy congratulating tha, -republican
nartv ws reid bv the secretary and
given a hearty applaus J"rR. Clay-
pool, f.'f. Bentieynoi.i- n.'.waiao
presented resolution' as follows, and
they Wert unanimously adopted:
W eeartJtotiABprojr ' "of J the yplattorm
MtoDte by the national republican convan-
tkm.imdwe !ed4tlt oecneat support to
th .fltmnae tm president, Charles alvaes
Hiichmi. &nd..4ti'lha-Asiatnea'for vice-tores!-
ittlm Mvrr Falr.oanlts;- ws oe-
taBda -fi a unlteivpop-vl
pe, tent? Ml Amwlcan ; (BatUttons, tnrilritsl
HefS: Jn espuMicaBtiat es expressed by that
and Idrtls.,: :.
w: deaouaca thvatrxHan"1 policy -of the
pollcftas ike. host, way
to pAerrv the dlsatty
. Iplluemx of I
lets 4mogretio.aamBtrnon-M wsk
end'taciniertWi . tor -iw Vmooh rear thl d-
Delegates-'to. the', 'state
were elected at follows:
T. Mawhor .
, Philip Hack
A. W Shafaer
R. I KIU
H. C, Brebe 'ft
Wllber M, Johnston
were adopted .com-
mending; Hushes and Fairbanks, .also
John L. Kennedy and heartily Com
mending both Senator Norrn "and
A general endorsement of the1 state
ticket was fiven, together with that
for the district and county. The mat
ter of the resignation of R. G. Dougr
las, candidate for representative, .was
referred to the countv central com
mittee for future action.
. Harmonious in Custer. -
Broken Bow. Neb.. lulv 22. iSoa-
cial Telegram.) Republican and pro
gressives joined in harmonious con
vention this afternoon and elected
twenty-one delegates to the state con
vention. One hundred and twentv-one
delegates were presnet Rev. . H.
Maynard of Sargent was made chair
man and H. H. Andrews of Callaway,
ine resolutions passed bouquets to
Hughes and Roosevelt and congratu
lated the united party on its selection
of-. Hughes for president. Kennedy
and Sutton and Kinkaid also came in
for words of praise. The nrohibition
amendment was endorsed and suffrage
recognized, u. M. Amsberry was
elected county chairman. H. F. Han
sen, secretary, and E. H. Gaines, treas
urer. . , .
i ueorga a,., Austin frame lr.-irreiFl'-,'T"v hsiob.uuii paving uunus,
''5L"i"bM'n city. J. A. Smiili; $JP.(X)0. to be issued in three annual
iSSSSlXn't oi $10,000, carried by .a
t a . - ' a.". I a- t JjlT'.V.. t'4-a.'I .-x't :.- i i - i .-
ru vsi. nDDSiri i wiuc lie. .ci.i in i ix mr m inapiai- a pfinM
ministration hu fallatl to act Dromotly and
tirmly. Whan it ha long bec avidvni tbt
ih reitoration of paao and ordr to Matlco
te tndlipanaabla to tho iwcuiitjr and walfar
of Uta paoplo of U United BtaUa and
W crttictM tho lut dmocrtie lot iilatvro
cpr tb wanton waata or tnt puono moaoy.
wi ara ooooaad to tho aDDOlntmant to of-
Nrs tt nnnnnsi aa sv nwarrf .' tar Mlltlaal
oorvleo and to tho, otabllahmoAt of (Ur man
atat commlrtstona. ?
i Wo are opposed to tho prooont eumborootno
iid exponalvo' primary tyatem, bet.oy.iig it
haa"' fallea td sjicompliah the reaulta expaoted
of it, and we pntltton the next legislature
to repeat or ainend It favoring tho people
HiBipaa oi ine poiiticiana.
We 4-atfOsTnlie. that oonotltaUenaJ amend
tlienta Initiated ' hy pMttlon ara vubmilted
tn. nABurltufl msEfstnair sni fnr t hat mb.
eon we pledge the republican- Aandldateo of
Dibit01 la norofl,, ot
Other rctolutioivi endorlie the can
didaciej.of Hon. JoIn t. Kennedy,
Judgi A L. 'Sutton and Hon..SiU
plats: fouowu.gr delegates were
elecdd to, represent parUn county, at
ute lute convention in Lincoln
..B. H. -Glaypool, Orloana; Dean lrummond.
Republican City: O. W. Pwrey, Alma;
OAorge,,AuaUiui XMeaMi Boy fluokhouoe.
, The delegates elected George S.
Auslin'tit "Orteant.r'charnnan',of !the
county central committee, and Arthur
V. Shatter 01 Alma, secretary of the
I The county committeemen are:
Ulma, C. B. Alter; Antelope, Allea KUtoU.
Hfi.en;rfAiDanr, ur - IX .-uariq, Atltntav
deradA. 8; 'J. Wheel.. Orfetfna' Rente '
Falrlleld, AIodm Wade, Qrteam. Boot!
Swindell, ffrford; Turkey Creek, Roy Stack,
houee, Haotleyi Wasblnfton, ,s "Lc. Ray,'
.entl-;tyi' Je., Juryl 22.t(Spe4'
cial.y-The- republican e'ounty cbh-!
rentiOn was held it the! court house
in this tity this aftertjoon. ihere e
tnglao attendance of seventy, which
was phenomenal considering the- fact
that threshing crews in rural districts
are very busy. The convention was
called to order ' by Attorney J. C
Martin, retiring -chairman, who is a
nonpartisan nominee for judge of the
supreme court.; ,0; Hj Gray and- fc: F.
Newmyer, were; named as 'chalfrnan
nif seartay;' Resolutions J,ere
adobted endbrsin g the' national! state
and! County1 candidates nd a recom
mendafion made -that Hughes, cubs
b brganiied in every precmct in the
county for the purpose of creatine a
! . The i-foHowing j delegates'' .were
named to attend the state convention
m at Lincoln Tuesday:
It! F. ' B.ohanaiii S. U Sqoler,
IM K. M. UhM . t. . ntasemM. i;
A Joh. -Weisert; X. U Wallata, .- '';
' ?1 H. ' A Wlla, i ,. X 'r.vOanjiaalV;'
Robert Itloa, & Bum.
'fl W.. Shattuolfc . ,. .. v ..,-. .,. .
m As members of the county central
committee the following -we're named:
fi li tt.' Orey, 'Central City, ekalrman; Dr.
II) Parrie. Silver Creek i Cmll Booker, Clarke;
! .Tuflue' lemeowT Archer; WUII.m (tetkkolt.
'J! Vlerets towneklp; Henry Hex, Prairie
J Creek tewnehlpt Perry Oasa, Palmar:
V Oeors aV. Beekee, Central City. Vl.
!.' There are five vacancies, that nuro
.. ..) ber of ruraf. townships not being rep.
resented,. These -will be rilled later.
, Lhrt ejf Dawaca Delegates.
Lexlngtwi; Nbii Jul 22. (Special
Telegram.)-rTh - republican county
convention was held in this city this
afternoon, in the district court room.
Resolutions were passed endorsing
Charles E, Hughes for president,
i) John L. Kennedy tor unite antes
senator. A. l button- tor governor
and the whole republican ticket
K.' L.' Temple was elected chairman
j oi tne county central committee. witn
luwci w uuimuao uie pivi.uuji
iThe -following were - elected-dele-gateYio
ihe state! coftventioa.' )A. C
Leflang, L. Johnson, D. Muirhead, H.
L. Hodgson, R. S. Thornton; W. ,M.
Stebbins, .W. P.'Pyron.E..-Yijungs
and D. M. Dougheti " -
Fairbury, 'Neb,, July 22. (Special
Tlgram.)The republican;s tit Jef
ferson county held their convention
this afternoon and not withstanding
the farmers being- extremely busy a
good sired delegation was in Attend
ance.1 The 'conventioBi-'Bnanimoosly
adopted resolutions endorsing Charles
E.'Hughy for president,' A. L Sutton
of Omaha fpr governor an John 'L.
Kennedy for senator. Supplementary
resolutions were also adopted lament
iris: the death of George E. Jenkins -of
I . 1 T 1 1-1 . L .
. , nis city woo aica imwn ago m tos
1 Angelesi-- v .'
if An telegram of greetings was, read
S from John L Kennedy , of Omaha,
caadidate for senator. Short speeches
! were made by the eountv and- 4esris-
l! laturs candidates.- Good feeling and'
iiaiBWiy Kcmcu to pmeu anu ail
hatcfis stid. differences growing but of.
tne repubucao contest of iyi2 seemed
to have been buried. The delegates
seiectecr to attend -tne state conven
tion 'in! Lincoln next Tuesday com
prise': ' "i i--. ;, i-
r. Wfiiemwy'i -. W. Blauthter '
IUv .tr. Koltraaa, Olen IjeHoyv
am KraMMkias ' t - -Holiiday .. s
.Infce Klllf ' IW'Shelley ?
rrana aui .f. . c eonn -r. I nieetenv
"Tecumseh, ' Neb., " July f 22. (Spe-
cial,)e-Mr.. and Mri.;Edgar Reynolds,
for forty-one years residents of this
county, celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary here Wednesday.
They were married at Otlev. Ia.
July 19,' 1866, and began their married
life pn a farm near Otlev, but sold out
in the summer of 186 and. started
west. Mr. Reynolds had gone to Cali
fornia during the gold rush in 1852,
and planned to go to the coast once
more? - i r"- . ' ..aj
The counle stoooed off at Counrft
Bluffs', however, where 'Mr. Reynoldr
ootainea. employment, as a teamster.
He was successful -financially, and in
1868 purchased a farm near St. Fred
erick, now Johnson,' in 1 Nemaha
county, Nebraska; In" 1875 he again
moved west, buying i quarter section
near Tecumseh, upon which the fam
ily lived until Mr. Reynolds retired in
1906 and moved to Tecumseh.
Three children, Mrs. Dora Kling of
Sioux City? Ia.: and Reuben F. and
Howard h. of Tecumseh, survive.
The old people were nresented with
two rocking chairs by the business
men of Tecumseh. Mayor W. K. Tay-
iur raauc ine presentation apeecn. ,
Nebaska City Votes
f : -!- Intersection Bonds
.Nebraska City, Neb., July 22. (Spe-
held in this city yesterday. The total
tote,-375, -wal the lightest tver cast at
a Nebraska. .City election, - No active
attempt.wastnade, however, to get out
vuic, except in isoiaiea. instances,
although the members of the Business
Men's- assoeiatiom importuned, voters
on Central avenue to go. to the polls.
The bonds were favored in every ward
of the city. The judges and clerks of
election served without remuneration.
The city engineer is of the opinion
mat it is too uite in tne season to be
gin any , street improvements until
next spring. '.' ,
Broken Bow Man Injured.
Callaway, Neb.,: July 22. (Special.)
-Joel Gardner' of Broken Bow." son
of :- County Assessor Gardner, was
rendered unconscious, received con
cussion of the brain and' several cuts
and bruises. Thursday evening when
the automobile in which he was rid
ing turned completely over while on
his way irom Oconto to this city. He
regained consciousness during the
Right and was able to return to his
stow as. Cere Cala. ....
Aval aapoeura and drafts. Eat rlfht.
Take Dr. mi's New Dleoovery. it kill,
ant ttoatroyi the sold serins. All erasslsu.
Advertleement. ,. . -,
7;uTttieicr.F . Jtoy steel.
J, W. route
- -Polk Jptliclrmi'1et
Osceola, Neb, July " 22MSpecial
Tflntrem.) lie rf republican-county
.niion met in -Osceola today.
State Democratic Committee
Chairman Defeated for
. Delegate. ,. ,1
OUT OF POSTMASTBE I10ET
Grand Island, Neb, July 22. Spe-
cial. Telegram) Chairman W. H.
Thompson of the democratic state
committee was defeated in his home
county today as delegate to the state
convention by John W. Sink, the vote
standing 70 to 60.
Mr. Thompson's close friends admit
that the defeat was the result of the
recent postoffice appointment in this
city, he having as state chairman
pressed Congressman Shallenberger
and Senator Hitchcock for the present
appointee, against the protests of
many democrats, among whom were
friends of J. C. Gerspacher, county
chairman and of J. W. Sink, both of
whom were candidates for the post
The first fight came on the adoption
of credentials in which fight the
Hitchcock forces were aligned against
the Bryan faction, the former having
the assistance of Mayor Ryan. The
second fight came on the selection of
a delegate-at-large, in which Sink was
placed in opposition to Thompson.
The latter was elected as one of the
numerous alternates. Aside from the
natural partisan endorsements the
convention declared m favor of the
state highway commissioner plan.
Lancaster Dems Slow.
(From a SU(t Correepondent.)
Lincoln. July 22. (Special.) When
the Lancaster county democratic con
vention was called to order toaay,
just forty-eight delegates . were in
their seats, though about as many
spectators and others were in the rear
of the hall. -'
However, on motion of John Cut
right he was authorized to go out in
the byways and hedges and bid them
come in, and after as hort duration of
time Mr. Cutright returned trailing
behind him enough so that County
Chairman North decided there , was
enough to start business. .
- On roll call, it was found that six
city precincts and twenty county
precincts were not represented, a
strong contrast, to , the republican
county convention a week ago when
over 400 delegates were present rep
resenting all precincts in the city and
all but about half a dozen in the
C, J, Campbell was elected chair
man, the fight between Mr. Campbell
and J. S. McCarty not developing.
"Fixing" the Bryans. "
The fine Italian hand of Felix New
ton could be seen as a result of sev
eral days' hard work in the city pre
cincts, in which Mr. Newton had spent
much time in an effort to secure dele
gations in opposition to the Bryans.
That he succeeded was showr) by the
workings of the convention. Just be
fore the Convention C convened Mr.
Newton, armed with a big package of
proxies, was flying here and there
arming his crowd with rthe deadly pa
lltrcal missiles. -' ' '.&. '
In the convention he moved back
ward and forward with a smile here
and a smile there, so confident was he
that he had the thing fixed. "1 fixed
the Bryans," said he enthusiastically
after tne convention was over. "I
made 'em be good. We gave 'em a
few little things just to show 'em we
nad the power to do it. ,
' ,.Th Delegates. .
Mr. Newton was one of the dele
gates selected to the state convention
which ' convenes in Hastings next
Tuesday, other important democrats
on the delegation being: John Cut
right, O. F. Dolan, John G. Maher, J.
C. McCarty, O. W. Meier, John Gilli
gan, J. A. McGuire. P. F. Ackerman,
C. W. Bryan, Jacob North, J. M. De
vine, H. E. Gooch. W. S. Ridgell, Dr.
P. L. Hall, W. M. Morning, E. Arthur
Carr, L. B. Tobin, C. L. Roe, Sam
Hinkle and John W. Jones.,
Resolutions endorsing President
Wilson, Governor Morehead, Senator
Hitchcock, development of the state's
water power, a moximum telephone
rate and condolences on the death of
F. W. Brown, Judge Tibbets and J.
H. Harley were passed.
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arr pnonotfrapl, is all r,
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tke Gruol--pTmits an abso
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U50t Art Stfbt,
V. Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.,
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' Ratal! and Wholesale Distributers 'for Nebraska and Wester
.. -'"'. .. i Iowa, c ' ,. t. .
COST OF SECURING
Commissioner Eastham Com
ments on High Percent
age of Lapses. .
50 riQUEES ON COST
(Srom a Staff Correepondent.)
Lincoln, July 22. (Special.) Ac
cording to the forthcoming report of
Insurance Commissioner Eastham,
during the year 1915 sixty legal re
serve life insurance companies oper
ated in this state, thirty-five being
stock companies with capital and sur
plus of nearly $76,000,000, and twenty-five
of them mutual companies
with "unassigned funds or surplus
funds of nearly $109,000,000.
Premiums for eYar.
These sixty companies, eleven of
which are Nebraska corporations, re
ceived in premiums last year from
Nebraska business $6,679,492, which
was seven-tenths of 1 per cent of the
total income received by such com
panies from their entire business in
the United States.
The Nebraska losses incurred by
these sixty companies in 1915
amounted to $1,592,394, which was a
little more than two-tenths of 1 per
cent o fthe total disbursements of
such companies in the United States.
No figures are available, according
to Commissioner Eastham, to show
the cost of .producing business in Ne
braska, but the relation of premium
income to losses incurred is as fol
lows: Premium Income In Nebraaka M.I7S.4S1
Nebraaka loeeei Incurred , 1.6SI.384
1 : Total in Force.
The total amount of life insurance
in force in Nebraska December 31,
1915, carried by these sixty com
panies was $249,582,921. Based on
this figure, the Nebraska premium
income averages $6.34 per $1,000 of
insurance in force, or, in other words,
the Nebraska premium income aver
ages $6.25 per $1,000.
Continuing the report reads:1
"The amount of Nebras aklife in
surance which ceased in 1915 was as
Oroee amount ceased , , . . . 2S,7S,2T4
Death losses Incurred l,t9Z,M4
"Thus, the surrenders, lapses and
changes of life insurance policies in
Nebraska during 1915 equal 56.2 per
cent of i the entire business written
that yer. This showing; if carefully
analyzed, wilt undoubtedly reveal a
phase of life insurance business
which is not to be commended. In
the mad scramble for 'business in
surance policy holders are induced to
surrender a good policy in a good
company for what they are led to be
lieve is a better company, and this
makes the cost of securing new busi
ness very high. Just what the insur
ance department may do to correct
this evil is now nnder consideration
and will be commented on later."
Notes From Beatrice.
Beatrice, Neb., July 22.-.(Special.)
John Huntling of thiscitjr ,was ar
rested yesterday for passing a check
for $15 at Wilkinson's meat market
without having any funds in the bank.
Huntling appeared at the market, pur
chased 50 cents' worth of meat and
presented the check for $15, receiving
$14.50 in cash. When Mr. Wilkinson
found that Huntling had no money in
the bank he had him arrested. He
was released after making good the
amount of the check.
A Burlington train ran into a herd
of twenty horses near Diller, killed
three of them and injured the fourth
so badly that it died.
R. B. Clemens of Blue Springs has
been elected cashier of the First Na
tional bank of this city to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of VY. W.
Black in this city last winter.
Stolen Bulldog Recovered.
Callaway, Neb., July 22. (Special.)
Sheriff Joe Wilson of Broken Bow
came to Callaway yesterday and re
gained a valuable bulldog from an
employe of a circus, the animal hav
ing been stolen from a Broken Sow
party several days ago when the cir
cus was in that city. The owner of
the dog said he was perfectly satisfied
in getting the dog back and failed to
prosecute the thief.
' Engagement Announced.
Auburn, Neb, July 22. (Special.)
The engagement of Miss Laura
Dnstin and George Everett Heacock
was announced at an infotmal supper
given by Miss Dustin at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tid Dustin.
The wedding is to take place July 26.
Miss Dustin is a graduate of the
Auburn High school and the
Amsterdam. July tt. (Via London.) The
sentence ot a Jesuit priest who was oon
demned to die Mr the Oerman amoorttlea
In Belgium on aooount of his oenneetlon
with the newspaper Libra Belslque, 'eye
the correepondent tt the Ty Dubar.-hsa
been commuted to twelve yean M aard
labor and asportation to Germany. , .
Stamped Linen Finish Paper or
Correspondence Cards With Mono
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section for Monday and
Tuesday only. ' You may
choose from fifteen styles
1, 2 or . 3 letters cut on
steel, and a box of linen fin
ish mgh-grade paper or correspondence cards stamp
ed with your selection of dies. The die alone would
sell for $1.50. Monday and Tuesday only, specially
priced at, complete set, 79c ? ; 'i
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