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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917.
GOVERNOR SIGNS '
Work in Connection With Re
cent Session of Nebraska
Legislature Is Completed. "
ONE ITEM IS VETOED
. (Prom a Staff Correapoudcnl-)
Lincoln, April 27. (Special.)
With the vote on one item in the uni
versity levy bill,, House Roll. No. 206.
Governor Neville has signed the last
three measures pending before him,
and has completed the work of the
The vote was only on account of a
duplication of items in the appropria
tion of the university levy. Item F
called for $10,000 for investigation of
animal diseases. Item K called for
$10,000 appropriation for the study
jf animal pathology.
Elimnates One Item.
After a conference with university
authorities Thursday afternoon, the
governor decided that one item was
a duplication of the other, and he
eliminated one of them. He has au
thority todo this without impairing
the rest of the bill. He also signed
House Roll, No. 295, the general
maintenance bill, which contained the
$63,000 appropriation for the repair of
the east wing of the capitot and other
sections of the building.
It was thought the governor might
veto this appropriation because he
was averse to wasting any money on
Insurance Bill Last.
The biteerly fought reciprocal in
surance bill, House Roll, No. 192,
was the third and last to be signed.
Insurance companies were opposed to
it, on the ground that, it would give
big business houses fire insurance'
cheaper on the reciprocal basis than
those companies could furnish it.
State insurance officers conferred
with the governor Wednesday, ask
ing that he veto the bill. Lincoln busi
ness men supported the bill in, a
conference with him Thursday after
noon. The bill is signed the last
remaining bills in the hands of the
State School at
Its Third Class
Curtis. Xeb., April 27. (Special.)
The third annual commencement of
the Nebraska, School of Agriculture
here was held in the school audito
rium this evening. Sixteen students
received their certificates of gradua
tion. Six of these were young women
receiving elementary state teachers'
certificates, entitling them to teach
in the rural and village schools of
Prof. Frederick A. Stuff of the De
partment of English, University of
Nebraska, delivered the address of the
evening. Supt. C. V. Williams distrib
uted the diplomas and Prof. Stuff pre
sented the state teachers' certificates
to "the graduates completing the
teacher training requirements.
The class roll is as follows:
Barry Adams. Curtis: Milton Albrecht.
Oraflno: Delia Ball. Curtis: Dean Barnes.
Wauneta: Robert Baskln, Stapletcm: Cleo
Burton. Curtis: George Gerdes. Alliance;
Ralph Grosbaek. Wauneta: Howard Hall,
Oraflno: Kenneth Harvey.' Wauneta; Ethel
Humphrey, Bndera; Floyd Mast. Moorfleld;
Gladya Powell. Curtis. Garnette Pyle. Cur
tis: Ardla Taylor, Curtis,; Leroy Wheeler,
Those receiving the state elemen
tary teachers' certificates are:
Delia Ball. Cleo Burton. Gladys Powell.
Garnette Pyle, Ardls Taylor and Ethel
One of the pleasing features of
the commencement week was the In
dustrial exhibit given by the different
industrial departments of the school
and attended by the citizens of the
community in large numbers.
Pioneer of Seward
County Dies in Oregon
Seward; Neb., April .27. (Special.)
Jesse Knight, a former resident of
this citv, died at Forest Grove, Ore.,
April 20 at the age of 78 years. He
homesteaded in this county in 1862
In 1860 he drove by ox team to Den
ver. Colo., and then into the moun
tains, where he worked in ti e gold
mines, and as a member of the Sec
ond Colorado cavalry served the un
ion to the close of the civil war.
His funeral was held at Portland,
Ore., and his body cremated.
Aurora Company Accepted.
Aurora. Neb., 'April 27. (Special
.Telegram.) The Aurora mititia com
I pany recently organized here was no
tified today of its acceptance and as
signment as Company K. Fourth reg
iment, in a telegram from Adjutant
Hall. Captain Newman was ordered
to hold his men in readiness for im
mediate mobilization. The men have
been examined, and eighty-nine have
been accepted for service.
Two Avoca Men Enlist.
Avoca. Neb., April 27. (Special.)
Elmer Corbin and William Dolbow
left yesterday for Lincoln, where they
will enlist in the artillerv.
Haa valuable information for
you. We can help you in
many ways in packing and
routing your goods for ship
ment. CALL DOUGLAS 4163
and Storage Co.
' Phone Douglas 4163
, 806 So. 16th St.
DO YOU NEED SHOES?
Then Com Right Away la
THE SHOE MARKET ,
AH Shoes Ar Going at
$1.00 and $1.95
S22 South 1 6th St.
Workmen of Beatrice to
Open Co-Operative Store
Beatrice, Xeb., April 27. (Special.)
Nearly 100 laboring men of Beatrice
held a meeting in Frienian's hall last
evening and organized to fight the
high cost of living. The matter of
purchasing groceries ftit of the city
was discussed, but it was finally de
cided to start a co-operative" work
men's store in the city. All present
pledged their support to the instittu
tion. It is planned to incorporate the
establishment and have it in operation
early in May.
Aaron J. Claasscu and Miss Ger
trude Wiebe, two well-known resi
dents of liage county, were married
a the home of the bride's parents here
today. They wit! make the home on a
farm north of the city. :
Rev. Mr. Rowery and Miss Hazeler,
both of Wyrjiore, were married at the
home of Mr. and Mm. H- C. Shriner
in Beatrice Wednesday. They left for
Wyhome yesterday, where they will
make their home.
From Our Nar Neighbors
Mr. and Mrs. r Wilt nnbMt at Omaha
visited at thf 8. IV Brwtr home SuiuUy.
Mr.. irtlfor!, who has bwn vUlting at
thf home of hr tlfi lighter. Mrs. Howard
Oshurn (or l works, returned to her home
In Iowa Mtnidaj.
Perry R..!e Ifft ilnfidy for western
Nebraska, where he will visit hla uncle oh
ht ranch this summer.
The WllllnK Worktra met at the ctirl.tlnn
church for dinner V ed ncm. n. .
William Mark man of Clark, Neb,, n
here early tn I lie wofU. ,
Alfred and Margaret Thomsen came from
Unroll. Saturday, whin- iht?y have bern at-
tending achool thin winter.
...... . y.-ii.i.i nna vnmiil
Mtss Hulh Potent of nenon was enter
tained at th Brewster home Tuoatlay.
Mra, Powell and daughter, Marie, were in
Mra. Stoltenborg and daughter Irene, Mra.
Otto Stoltenbnrg and Mra. Albert Atulrraon
were entr tallied at the II. L. Anderson
Th poverty social at Albert Chrtmopher
aen'a homo vas well attended.
A dunce was irtven aa a farewell party
Saturday evening for lerry Rose and Chea
Greeley News Notes.
Greeley, Neb., April 27. (Special.)
Sparks from an engine were respon
sible for a fire on the roof of a car
attached to a northbound Birlingtoi
treight yesterday evening. Hie car
contained merchandise. jone of the
goods was damaged.
vLeslie M. Shaw will be the leading
speaker at the Greeley chantauqua
Local base ball fansbelieve Greeley
will he represented by a strong team
Trainmen of the Burwell and Eric
ion branches of the Burlington be
lieve the southbound schedules will
be two hours later after May 1 be
cause of the eight-hour law.
wiHiim iraclwrt of ttie ll-y actioola at the
horn of Mra. tiardhter Wednesday evening.
I.ete King rame up from Lincoln Friday
to apend the wpfk-end.
Albert Cato, ManlWld I lllefors and T.eon
ard lat'sen, the) Vnllry boy a who rarently
jolnod the army, apont a short furlough at
Mrs. l.-'iitlll of Wiisvy, Kan., cam up
Tuesday to visit her turn, John Lent. 11, and
her daughter. Mra. Frank nice.
The regular meeting of the Woman'a Mis
slonnry society waa held Wednesday after'
noon at (he homo of Mr. Ira I'resba.
Frank Ftlre and Klsle l.rntlll, accompanied
by l.cte Mug and Marcclla Monanan, mo
to red tn omnli Salurdav and were united
In man luge by IV. IV K. Jenkins at hla
home. Mr. and Mra, Kli-o will ba at home
at John I. omni a for a time,
The Installation and ordination of ft. N.
Morton, pastor-elect of the Presbyterian
rhurrh. will ,nk place, at tha rhurrh Fri
day ovrnlng. !r. McOlffln of Fremont ami
lr. Jenkins of Omaha will take part III tb
Mr. and Mra. Albert Murka and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur lodsnn gava a ahower for Mr,
and Mra. Frank Rica at tha homa of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur DoiUon Wednesday even
ing. About two hundred guets were In
attendance and Mr. and Mra, Rice recalved
many beautiful guta.
from found! HlufK la. fr
Mra. W A, ltollri.b.-fger Y
from a lw. vofkn' visit with
Hlrtl City. Nun.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. O. St. John were NVbraska
City vlaltora the Tlrat of th wee!;.
Miss l.mma Khl.rs of Herlln wan vifiuiig
relatives her Thursday.
Greeley Board Elects Officers.
Greelej. Neb., April 27. (Special.1)
At a meeting of the new town boara
last night Austin Gr.nnon was electeo
chairman; 1. J. Barrett, city clerk
and attorney; John O'Malley, treas
urer; Edward Martin, water commis
sioner, and Ora (janunon, street com
missioner and marshal. The new
board intends to center its efforts in
increasing the water supply in the
lira. .1. X. Wyatt and daughter, Helen,
arrived home from llarrtuburg, Neb., Tues
day. Her mother, v ho had been seriously
111, was Improving.
Edward Blahop, engineer at tha mill, haa
moved ' from the William Uooae house to
the T. J. Hlckcy house recently vacated by
II. C. Clark.
Mr. and Mra, J. Q. fleefus and daughter,
Mrs. Robert Warren, wera Omaha visitors
The T. and N. olub mot with Mrs. Her
man Bull Wednesday.
Mra. Ida Van Alafand nleea. Miss For
demwalt are visiting friends in Omaha this
Mrs. C. W. Mickey and daughters of Ben
nington visited with the Charles Witte fam
Mrs. Theodore Trntier entertained the
Sunshine club on Wedneaday.
A fire, evidently lnreudlary, was started
on tha atoop against the rt-r end of the L.
Nelmati saloon building Thursday evening
just after 8 oWoelt. It was discovered and
put out after It had eaten through the sid
ing and sheathing.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Plainbeck autoed JLo
Mra. Steen of Millard vlalted at the F. O.
Hofeldt home Sunday.
Joachim Bull la able to he out after being
confined to hla bed moat of tha winter.
Mra. Holdsworth and daughter, Margaret,
apent Sunday In Omaha.
Mlaa Wauneta Cook apent the peek-end
at her home in Lincoln.
The Woman'a Christian Temperance union
met Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Kdward Parsons.
Mlaa Harriet Wahlgren entertained the
Frank Comt Jr., joined the Fifth Ne
braaka at Auburn last week.
George Cragt returned Wednesday from
Sidney, where he has been since last fall.
Miss Naomi Ed en field of Villain, la., Is
visiting Miss Vera Hoatcdei.
Mr. and Mrs, John Miller of Simeon, Veb..
are visiting relatives in the neighborhood.
N. J. Christiansen ts looking after his
rarm in Ashton, 8. n., this week.
C. W. Sanborn of Bethany haa been vialt-
ing with his son Wayno on the farm near
here 1 hla week.
J. Mlllor, editor of the Monitor, has
been quite sick the past week. Hla place
haa been filled h- J. W. Morgan of Omaha.
Mrs. O. L. Mllstead and children of Peru
vlshrd at the home of Mr. and Mra, 8, C.
R. R Marburg and wife, Floyd Davidson
and Miss Porrts Clarke apent Friday at Ki
celslor Springs. Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Armstrong apent the
fore part of the week with their daughter
Mlsa Belle Hawkins of Shannon, la,, waa
a guest at the homa of her uncle. Lew Nich
James E. Everett and alater, Leona, visit
ed at t'ntotf-Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brendel and Mr. and
Mra. I,. J. Marquardt were Omaha visitors
Kdward and William Wulf were at Omaha
Tuendny for a vialt with their Bister. Mr.
Dora Hild, who lu In a hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Pick Bohlrnan wera here
from Berlin Tuesday for a visit with rela
tives. Mra. Louise Oiltln and daughter are her
-FIRST SHOWING OF THESE GEORGETTE BLOUSES-
Hundreds of Beautiful Georgette Blouses have arrived during the past week and
-will make their debut here Saturday. Every new style creation,, every new color, are
amply represented in this beautiful showing. Specially priced for May sale.
$5,95, $6.75, $7.50, $8.75, $9.75, $12.50, $14.75
1S08-1S10 Doufflas S
MAY SALE of
now on exhibit in
our show windows
An event, that always
emphasizes this store's
leadership for value-giving,
in Blouses, measured,
by, values. Assortments
and beauty of Blouses in
volved in this sale far out
distances all previous May
Great shipments of Blouses have
arrived on every express to augment
this much-talked-of Blouse Sale.
Come Saturday share dn these moBt
800 Georgette Blouses
That Are Actually Worth to $10.0(K Saturday
Think what a field for choosing. Involved are dozens upon 'doz
ens of beautiful styles so varied that description is almost im
possible. All the new colors. Buying blouses from this group
will be a pleasant, profitable task Saturday. Choice
About 4000 Crisp New Cotton Blouses
In Great May Sale, Saturday
Up to $1.50 Blouses
Dainty Embroidered Voiles, Sheer
Organdies, Batistes; endless vari
ety of styles; white and some col
ors; all sizes. Choice Saturday. . .
Up to $2.00 Blouses
Smart styles, featured in Voiles,
Organdies and Batistes; white an
colors; broad assortments;
sizes. Choice Saturday, at. .
Up to $2.50 Blouses
Embroidered Voiles, Organdies,
Batistes and Madras; regular and
extra sizes; white only; beautiful
styles. May Blouse Sale Price . . .
Up to $3.50 Blouses
Hundreds of Blouses In thia great lot:
" all the choice cotton fabrics, daintily
trimmed with laeea and embroideries
white and colors; many sport styles.
May sale price
Omaha's Greatest Coat Values Here Saturday
We feature for Saturday three groups of Spring Coats that are fully
$i2?. - si5?. - n&5.?
Two Wonderful Suit Values for Saturday
DO bpnng buits
HS5.? and 245.?
About 100 Spring Suits divided into two powerful lots. Actually
worth $10.00 more money. t
Notes from Seward.
Seward, Nrb April 27. (Special.)
Albert (irinstead of Toroniu, Can
ada, and Miss Kuth ('. Uockry of Lin
coln were imited in marrianc at the
Pre sbyte rian manse Wednesday. The
groom is a soldier of the C anadian
allies and was here on a Inrloiinl'.
Sixty members of the school, under
the direction of Prof. Mnritz. planted
three acres in potatoes Thursday. The.
ground used is mostly vacant lots on
The 16-mouths-old child of Mr. and.
Mrs. (.'. 11. Smith of Miliord died;
Wednesday from spinal meningitis.
Generously inclined eitiens here'
made up a purse of $550.50 for IT.
Hansen, who lost his little home by'
tire last week. i
Small spoke, as did K. B. Donis
thorpe. Kcv. Mr. Austin, W. H. Tay
lor of Exeter, Dr. Aiken of Fairmont,
t'ounty Attorney Harsby, Charles
Smrha of Milligan, Rev. Mr. Haber,
j. ix. waring, kcv. v.,v.v aic Wil
liams, Rev. B. A. Warren "and J. J.
Hurke. They were followed by a re
cruiting officer of the navy.
Geneva Patriotic Meeting.
(ieneva. Neb., April 27. (Special.)
- A patriotic meeting was held in the
ity auditorium yesterday. Rev. Sam i
Fremont Soon Dry.
Fremont, Xeb., April 27. (Special.)
Indications are that Fremont will
be "dry" by Saturday evening, three
of the nine saloons here already hav
ing closed out their stocks.
HERO 8CIT8 MB
The Berg Clothing Co.
At 1415 Farnam Street
We were unable since our great
fire of February 23 to secure larg
er quarters and have taken the best
we could find and though badly
hampered for room we are still in
the game with the best and great
est lines of fine clothing in the
world, featuring as, usual
There's nothing to compare with
these new away ahead of the style
creations models to suit all tastes
and fit all sizes and builds of men.
Plaited Backs, Belted Trench, Three-fourth
Belt, Half and Full Beit. Patch, Verticle
and Regular Pockets, One-fourth and full
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50,
T Inn of l-irptnUttiBtr
An Opening Sensation
1,000 summer and winder suits saved from the ruins of our great fire, February 23.
From the ashes of that monster conflagration, these suits stand forth a wonderful example
of fabrio that could resist that tremendous heat and water prwer brought upon them. ALL
GRADES ARB REPRESENTED IN THIS GIGANTIC OFFER. Suits that sold originally
from $15.00 to $40.00 are now offered at
$2.50 $3.50 $5.00 $7.50 $10.00 $12.00
Some are slightly stained, linings discolored, some a trifle soiled; but the greater part
in good condition. All have been thoroughly dry cleaned and ready to wear. All sizes, from
34 to 44.
Get yours while the getting is good."
NO ALTERATIONS. . : NO EXCHANGES.
f ft) S?
is the foundation
on which the Great
Western's supremacy as a
Twin City line is built. '
On the Great Western you
travel in luxurious steel
cars, the best money can buy sleep
ing cars by night and parlor ob
servation cars by day arrive "on
time" almost without exception
and trainmen are kind and obliging.
Lv. Omaha 8:0 p.m. 7:29 a.m. 8:&0.m.
Lv. Co. Bluffi.. 8:40 p.m. 7:60 a.m. 4:t0p.m.
Ar. Ft. Dodia. ,12:87 i.m. 12:15 p.m. 8:87 p.m.
Ar. Maaon City. 8:10a.m. 8:08 p.m.
Ar. St Paul.... 7:80a.m. 7:80p.ra.
Ar. Minneapolis. 8:05 a.m. 8:26 p.m.
P. F. BONORDEN, C. P. and T. A.
1522 Farnam St., Omaha.
Prion. Douglas 260.
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to heal your skin.
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sayf Perhaps it will, ana perhaps it
won't. Maybe it will get worst instead.
And think of the discomfort and embar
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Isn't it hotter to get rid of trie troubl
by using Iesinol Ointment and Reainol
Soap? Doctors have prescribed the
Resinol treatment for over 20 years, so
you need not hesitate to use it. Jiesinol
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