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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1917.
BIG PI LAPSES "
Money Reverts Back to the
Treasury When Some De
partments. Fail to
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, Nov. ll.(Special.) The
state is ahead approximately $165,000
because certain appropriations made
by the legislature in 19J5 have lapsed
and gone back into the 1 treasury.
These funds all had to be used before
August 31 last, or they would be un
available. ' ,
Some of the departments figured
pretty closely. Land Commissioner
Shumway, when he wasn't writing
poetry or reaching up into the ethereal
atmosphere and plucking flowers of
rhetoric, managed to figure his appro
priation of $23,680 so that but 75 cents
lapsed back into the treasury.
Lindsay Misses 3 Cents.
Harry Lindsay, clerk of the supreme
.court, was also some figurer for the
supreme court, there being the whole
sum of 3 cents left out of one fund
' and $1.80 from another fund.
The sum of $10,539 lapsed jn the.
office of the state superintendent when
the state superintendent was not look
ing, but he says that the appropria
tion made by tie last legislature will
be ample to take care of the needs
of the state aid to high school fund
until another appropriation is made.'
The State Historical society did not
use one cent of an appropriation of
$2,000 for printing its proceedings, for
the reason that the printer forgot to
do the printing until after the appro
priation had lapsed. -
Here Are the Sums. f-
Below are some of the larger
amounts, which lapsed:
Attorney aenere.1..... 26.565
Railway commission.'. ..... (6,920
Board of health 19,760
Live stock sanitary board.. 56,160
Labor bureau 14,180
Stat Ubniry 18.000
Historical society 20,440
Bankinr board 72,800
SUte aid bridges.... 160.000
Foot and mouth disease... 60,000
State farm paving. 35,000
Board of mediation.; 500
Minimum wage commission 600
Pump Irrigating experts... 16,000
Chrysanthemum Exhibit ;
Is Credit to University
LtocolaNeb.,-Nov. 11. (Special.)
VTh university's first Chrysan
themum show which opened at the
State farm Wednesday is attracting
hundreds of visitors. The tent is
lighted every evening until 9 o clock
to enable those unable to come dur
ing the day to view the exhibit at
night It is the plan to keep the
plants "on display through next Wed
nesday, weather conditions permit
ting. The exhibit also was open to.
day. At night the tent is heated with
oil burners to keep out the frost.
F. G. Grossart, landscape gardener
at the farm, is the sponsor of the dis
play. Heretofore during the summer
the greenhouses Jhave been idle and
it was Mr. Gro.ssWs idea to utilize
them in growing the chrysanthemums
for a fail display. More than 800 in
dividual pots of flowers are on dis
play, making a showing of several
Nebraska Children Plan
To Raise More Chickens
Lincoln, -Neb., Nov.. ll.r-(Special.)
An appeal to the boys and girls of
iL. A MonwtnfA hirln raicincr
IHC 3 lalC IV V WUIUlfc vtiivnvii
is being made by the Agricultural Ex
tension service of the University of
Nebraska tHrough .the egg-producing
project which has been started for
the fall season. J. H. Clayyaugh has
returned from a trip, to Thurston and
Dakota counties in the interests of
the work and it is 'Predicted that by
the time- the State has been covered
by extension workers several hundred
children will have taken up the keep
ing of a few hens. T. H. Gopdding
of the Extension service passed the
week - in- Alliance, Crawford, Chadron
and Ainsworth, closing up the sum
jeer's garden work. . ;
Nebraska Educators Now
r : At JCapita! on' Business
Lincoln, Nov. 11. (Special.) the
College of Agriculture will be repre
sented in 'Washington" this week by
four representatives. Dean E. A. Bur
nett and C. W. Pugsley. director of
the Extensive Service, will attend the
American- Association of Agricultural
College and Experiment Stations. In
Washington Mr. Pugsley will also at
tend the conference of Farmers' Insti
tute workers. Miss Julia Vance of
the home economics department .and
Miss Maud Wilson of the home eco
nomics jextension service are in
Washington to attend the conference
of state demonstration leaders.
Protest Change in Train
Deshlec, Neb Nov. 11. (Special.)
nrr'.nnintr VnnHav the mixed freight.
mail and passenger train on the Fair- no buccess
bury-Nelson Uncqt te kock isiana
will be run only Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays. 'This train leaves
Fairury at 7:30 a. m. and supplies
morning mail, freight and passengers
for Gladstone Gilead, .Hebron, Desh
ler, Ruskin. Nora and Nelson. Pro
tests against the change have been
made from these towns to the State
Railway commission. The Deshler
Broom factory, foffie company, nulls
and creamery will put in a motor
truck line to Chester and ship over
another road if this train is placed on
a three-trips-a-week basis. : -
Soldiers Home Notes
Grand Island, Nov. 11. (Special.) Uncle
Jsrk Anderson has left for Texas, where he
will remain Indefinitely.
1U. Tm Is making a short vl.lt w h
friends who called ror her last Sunday with
a.11 automobile. ,-
Mrs Juhnke can daily be , seen going
about 'tn her wheelchair, whtfh the weather
toTenonie carpenter Is at present putting
on the roof on ths north aid of the main
building, and it will be but a short tlroo un
Ml the outside improvement that nay re
quired attention the greater part of the
summer, will have been completed. Con
tract work Is delayed on account of a short-
aVvrTl'tS:. history of the Institution
has tho home faced a winter better PP"
than at present. Feed for the horses, cattle,
w etc has been stored In abundance.
Splendid -condition.. Fall
- I. I, r to dt - - ' '
GRANT'S GRANDSON WATER
CARRIER AT THE FRONT.
rs s o v " - Is
' -. " ....,
Captain Algernon Sartoris, grand
son of President U. S. .Grant, is lead
ing donkeys, and acting as a water
boy in the French foreign legion.
Sartoris, a former caatain in the
United States army, enlisted in the
foreign legion several months be
fore his country entered the war..
He has charge offour water donkeys,
and twice every 24 hours must lead
them through heavily shelled, woods
and communication trenches to his
thirsty comrades at the front line.
NEBRASKA PORK TO
FEED U. S. SOLDIERS
Stkte Will Increase Number of
Brood Sows Ten Per Cent
in Order to. Meet the
Lincoln, 'Nov. 11. (Special.) "The
United States government asks for an
increase in the supply of hogs to feed
the army. The Department of Agri
culture estimates that there are 4,000,
000 fewer hogs in this country than
one year ago.
" They have apportioned the increase
which each' state shouidt endeavor to
produce and have estimated that the
state of Nebraska should retain 10 per
cent more brood sows than were kept
last year." " This is the . statement of
Dean'E. A. Burnett of the College
of Agriculture on . the present pork
"Winter pasture can be had from
either wheat or rye fields which have
been sown for grain," says Dr. Bur
nett. "If the wheat was sown early
so that it has made1 a good growth,
hogs will not nijure this pasture per
ceptibly and by using it the amount of
grain required can be greatly reduced.
"Some farmers have made a prac
tice of sowing rye early in the fall in
order to use it for hog pasture dur
ing the winter. ''Such farmers will
readily be able to increase their breed
ing herds 20 per cent instead of 10
per cent. i .
-- ' Less Corn Necessary.,
"Less corn s necessary than is gen
erally fed, especially to mature brood
sows .which can.live through the win
ter on pasture, alfalfa hay, usgar
beets, , mangel-wurzel j, or potatoes
with a very small amount of com.
"With pasture and alfalfa hay, two
bushels of sheljed corn per day will
be sufficient for 30 brood sows. Oats
or barley can be substituted wholly
or in part for corn. ' 1
"We should not make a mistake in
thinking that sorjfe one else' will grow
the pork necessary to feed the nation
and, support the army. The food ad
ministration has promised that the
farmer will be paid a remunerative
"Patriotism also demands that we
heed the call of the nation and,make
every effort to support in the best pos
sible manner our armies, in the field
and the European nations dependent
upotr-us. ln doing this we are also
reasonably sure of a profit upon' our
labor: and investment. Even if this
were not assured, we i should bend
every effort to heed' the call of the
nation for food which can be shipped
abroad to the west advantage."
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
Board of Control Promotes
Former Assistant Physician
t Lincoln Superintendent
in Place of Williams.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, , Nov. 11. (Special Tele
gram.) Dr. L, B. Pilsbury, assistant
physician of the Lincoln Hospital for
the Insane, has been promoted to
superintendent by the State Board of
Dr. Pilsbury was appointed patho
logist' of the institution by Governor
Mickey in 1906, when Dr. Hay was
superintendent. In 1912 he was made
assistant to Dr. Williams, the present
superintendent, who has resigned to
take effect the first of the year.
York Gets Next Christian
Hastings, Neb Nov. 11. (Special
Telegram.) That the war offers the
Christian Endeavor societies of the
country the biggest opportunity in
their history to accomplish good was
the assertion made by Chancellor A.
D. Harmon of Cotner university be
fore the Nebraska state organization
"It is not only an opportunity,' but
it is the duty of Christian Endeavor
societies to help maintain high moral
standards among the American sol
diers." Chancellor Harmon declared.
York was chosen as the 1918 con
vention city; It was supposed that
Beatrice was to be favored without
opposition but York's entrance, into
the field upset the prophecy.
All present officers were re-elected,
l Rev. H. H. Price of Friend is presi
dent, Miss Addie Wagey of Cam
bridge, secretary; Miss Grace F,
Hooper of Crete, financial secretary,
and Miss Clara Kimmerlmg ot cea
Pioneer Nebraska Woman
Dies at King City, Mo.
Table Rock. Neb.. Nov. 11. (Spe
cial.)rr-Mrs. Annah C. Barnard, who
lived here many years, died at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs
Olive Irwin, near Kink City, Mo.,
aired 80. Mrs. Barnard was the widow
of Hon. Samuel Barnaffl, member of
the Nebraska house of representatives
in 1879. and the mother of Clyde
Barnard of Table Rock. She had been
an invalid many years. She was born
in Ohio in 1838, came- to McClean
county, Illinois, in early life and with
her husband to .table Kock in loi
Mr. Barnard died in 1890. The body
will be brought here for interment.
Funeral services wilLbe held at the
residence of C H. Barnard, probably
Tuesday. Surviving her are three
children. Clarence Barnard of Vir
irinia. Clvde Barnard of Table Rock
and Mrs. Olive Irwin, King City, Mo,
Trooos Enroute Are Weil
Treated at Alliance
Alliance, Neb., Nov. 11. (Special.)
rr-One thousand troops in two sec
tions of, train No. 42 passed through
here over the Burlington road, en
route from American Lake,' Waslu
to Mineola, L. I. When the stop was
made at Alliance, the men were al
lowed to leave the cars and drilled on
Main street half an hour.
John W. Guthrie, president of the
Community club, distnuted cigars,
tobacco and cigaret papers toach sol
dier. Dies at Hospital.
Alliance. Neb.. Nov. 11. (Special.)
Arthur Martini aged 20, whose home
is in Bradley, 111., died in St. Joseph's
.hospital here of typhoid fevef. His
father will take the body to Bradley,
111., for' interment.
Four-Minute Men Are to
Campaion State This Week
Lincoln. Ndb.. Nov. 11. (Special.)
One hundred and eight cities and
towns in Nebraska have branches rf
the division of Four-minute men of
the United States committee on- Pub
lic information. . v ,
Nearly 850 Four-minute speakers
are enlisted to represent the govern
ment. They are appearing in nearly
DO moving-picture theaters and are
making' addresses to miscellaneous
To the "Morals and Morale" Cam
paign, work in camps and elsewhere
to lighten the burdens of the United
States soldiers, the Four-minute
speakers will devote their attention
Local chairmen appointed this week
by the state director oi the division.
Prof. M. M. Fogg of he state univer
sity, were the following: Burwell,
uuy JLaverty; uibbon, Oeorge C,
Webster; Laurel, W. T. Graham;
worth U)up, w. j. Kood.
Nebraska Man Among New
Y. M. C. A. Camp Secretaries
Camp Cody, Deming, N. M., Nov.
11. (Special.) Roy Dodman from
Auburn, Neb.; John S. Wilson, Wash
ington, -la.; G. M. Lemmon, Hastings,
Neb.; M. Berg, Omaha, and R. D. Ma-
lone, Louisville, Ky., are among the
new Young Men's Christian associa
tion secretaries who have reathed here
to relieve a hke number who have
enlisted in the army. There will be
training school here soon for instruc
tions of secretaries.
EACH COUNTY TO ,
HAVE FOOD HEAD
State Administrator Wattles
Plans Organization of Whole
State in Interest oCon.
Kennedy's Dream Book
, Front the Western Laborer.
It makes me sick to see the pro
German traitors v who have been
caught red-handed stabbing Uncle
Sa'm in the back, sent to internment
camps and fed and taken care of nice
and comfy during the period of the
war. It's a gentle feather duster sort
of punishment that does not amount
to two whoops.
What the Hitchcocks and Lobecks
of Nebraska and the country should
do is to pass A law at the coming ses
sion of congress providing for the
confiscation of property and imme
diate transportation back to Germany
of all mes over 40 who have been
convicted, of disloyalty to Uncle Sam.
It is our candid belief that no pun
ishment that could be considered by
mortal man would compare with
transportation to Germany of these
fool Germans who think they ire do
ing, sonttthing "wonderful for the
kaiser by biting the hand "that fed
Strip Frank Haller of his property
and ship him to Germany broke and
he-would jump into the sea before he
would go back to Germanyand start
where most German immigrant start
ed when they landed in America. For
the love of the soldier boys who are
in France let us stop playing horse
with these worthless traitors who
must be watched day and night.
What is' needed out in Nebraska
right .now is some of the tornado
spirit that came to the surface in
Omaha when a six-mile strip of the
old town was laid in waste, death and
wreckage. It is a nastv yellow spirit
that prompts men to lay low till a
young farmer must leave for the war
and then pick up a bargain in stock
at a forced sale. There is just as good
stuff in the men -out in the state as
there was in Omaha when the tornado
walloped us. The men who stay home
should sec to. it that the boys who
go are not trimmed by farmer profit
eers. They should organize the real
Nebraskans and pick the corn for the
boys who are gone and see that they
are treated on the square.
I don't see any difference between a
member of congress who exempts his
own salary from the war tax and a
member of an exemption board who
got his son exempted from service in
the selective draft army. Do you?,
Complete organization of the 93
counties of the state with a Federal
Food Administrator in each will be
effected immediately by Food Ad
ministrator Wattfcs upon his return
The Nebraska official leaves tonight
for Washington for a conference with
National Food Administrator Hoover
and the. administrators of other
Each county administrator will be
held responsible for his county and
will be empowered to effect a county
organization, either by precincts or
towns, as he deems advisable. The
county official will have placed upon
him the charge of seeing that tile na
tional regulations are carried .out to
Among his duties will be to sec
that production is increased, that this
production isy marketed on the best
terms to the producer and-the con
sumer; to eliminate excessive profits
in the distribution of foodstuffs( to
prevent hoarding and speculation; in
short he is to be as supreme in his
county as his chief is in the state ad
Mr. Hoover in the nation.
Will Instruct Officials.
Mr. Wattles will call the county
representatives together in Omaha
for a school of instruction, which
will last as long as necessary to famil
iarize them with their duties.
After they have become familiar
with the workings of . the food ad
ministration machinery, Mr. Wattles
will urge them to hold sectional meet
ings throughout the state, where the
messages of conservation and the
elimination of waste can be carried
to every individual in the common
wealth. .Not only will the- county officials
and their committees be charged with
the enforcement of the regulations
through education and voluntary co
operation; tfiey will be asked to in
vestigate and to correct all abuses
that may arise. These investigations
will be made upon charges or com
plaints furnished to the officials, ho
investigations will be made of anony
Counties that have fallen down in
the matter of pledge card signatures
will also be bolstered up and this
work continued, declares Mr. Wattles,
until the head of every family in the
stateHas had the opportunity of co
operating with his government.-
State 'Funds Left
On Deposit There
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, Nov. 11. (Special.) -State
iunds are in great demand by the
banks of the state and since the pub
lication last week that the state treas
urer was having plenty of demand for
funds at 4 and 4V per cent, veral
banks have put in for funds offering
the limit of 5 per cent.
Anion cr the banks is an Omaha con
cern, the Union State bank, which1
already has SIS.UUU pf state funds.
This bank has notified the treasurer
that it will be willing to pay S per cent
for the funds it has;
State Treasurer Hall is anxious that
communities which have bonds matur
in? Tanuarv 1. should look un .the
matter and make proper arrange
ments. Mr. Hall says that any bonds
maturing January 1, 1918, he will be
willintf to accept payment on them.
thus 'saving the community something
on interest. v
For instance, Douglas county has
SIOU.OOO of old exposition bonds and
$180,000 of funding bonds falling due
January 1 ,next. ' '
Quarantine for Scabbies .
Has Been Called Off
(From a Staff Correspondent) '
Lincoln, Nov. 11. (SpecialOThe
live stock quarantine for scabbies in
cattle: which has been in effect in
the northwestern part of the, state, has
been called off, according to notifica
tion made by the board. '
This has been necessary because of
the demand of the government for
beef and the necessity of encouraging
the" raising of cattle to supply the de
mand. Cattle may now be shipped
freely from that territory.
The quarantine was established four
years ago and took the place of an
other order for quarantine which had
been on for about six years before
that. The counties affected by the
order are Scottsbluff, Box Butte,
Dawes, Sheridan, McPherson. Grant,
Hooker, Thomas, Cherry, Arthur and
parts of Kieth, Morrill and Garden,
north of the North Platte yJver.
Omaha Trust Company Buys
Bond Issue at Table Rock
Table ROek, Neb., Nov. ll.-r(Spe-ciaL)
The $50,000 bond issue, which
the commissioners were'authprized to
issue in order to take up the regis
tered warrant indebtedness of the
county, was sold to. the Peters Trust
company of Omaha. The corporation
agreed to take the entire issue at face
The Pawnee ,City schools have
closed one week to give Ah e boys an
oportunity to assist in husking corn
and the teachers to attend the State
Teachers' association in Omaha.
Major Sheldon Athletic Director.
Camp Cody, Deming. N. M., Nov.
H. (Special.) Major P. H. Sheldon,
South Dakota officer, recently ap-
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you really ought' to trys Q-Ban.
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76c for a large bottle money
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good drug stores. . Delightfully beau
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Depilatory, (for superfluous hair).
pointed athletic officer, also will have
charge of the -exchanges in the di
vision, of which there is about one in
To Be Buried at Sidney
Camp Cody, Deming, N. M. (Via
F.l Taso, Tex,), Nov.. 11. (Special
Telegram.) The body of Private Al
bert McCorqudalc, Company F, lMth
infantry. Filth Nebraska, who died
at the base hospital here of. pneu
monia, probably will be taken- to l)is
former home at Sidney, Neb. The
company came from Wym.ore. Cap
taiu F. E. Crawford commanding.
Captain Haliigan Instructs
Men on Soldier Insurance
Cam( Cody, Deming, N. M., Nov.
11 (Special.) Captain P. ' II. Halli
gan. Company E, 134th infantry, Fifth
Nebraska; Sergeant Cunimings, 12oth
Field artillery, First Iowa, and P. T.
Osensoe, Company 136th infantry,
Second Minnesota, have opened the
division army insurance office in a
building near headquarters, for the
promulgation of information concern
ing the new plan of insurance by the
government of the men 'at war. Meet
ings with groups of men from the
various units arc being held. The three
mentioned recently returned from
Washington wiicre they received in
structioivs. r , , ;'
. vui i uvuuvj iv V;uui iui
Y. M. C. A. at Albuquerque
Camn Codv. Drmimr . M If
.11. (Special.) First Lieutenant Jean
Cobbey, lawyer chaplain of the 134th
infantrv. Fifth Nebraska, will snralr at
Albuquerque, the largest city in New
Mexico, iuesday, m the campaign
there to raise that city's allotment of
the Y oung Men s Christian association
war work fund. There is much inter
est among the men here in the Dem
ing drive for the fund. ,
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