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BOX BUTTE CO.
FARM PRODUCTS
Right Up in the Front Row with
Specimens of Grains. Tame
Grasses, Spuds, Etc.
HELPED SUPPLY EXHIBIT CAR
(Crowded out last VWk.)
Within the last few weeks The
Herald has referred frequent ly to
Box Butte county farm products, par
tkularly ti tliose grown by Oeotge.
Douglas and collected by him ;ind
other persons thruout the county.
There is never a yeaf that good spe
cimens cannot be secured from this
locality, but this year it is merely a
matter of going out and vtting 1,n'
(juantity wanted of tliem.
The Burlington offi ials have hiid
a car load of samples of dry framing
and irrigated products OOllSCted from
this part of the west to be shown in
the east. This ear was in Alliance
last week in charge of S. I-, ijto,
itSKistani to 1). Clem Deaver, immi
grution agent. Some splendid ad
ditions were made to the collection
at this place. From here the car
went up the Guernsey line, then to
Bridgeport, on the way buck east.
Mr. Deaver passed thru Alliance on
Friday on his way to Hndgoport to
join Mr. Fee. .
Speaking a bout vegetables, The
Herald editor's thanks are due Qao.
Doug I a for a lot of the best we
have had in a Inns time, such as
Hubbard squashes, pie melons, pie
pumpkins, a half dozen varieties of
potatoes, etc. He informs us that
his fcitrly Ohio potatoes are yielding
from M) to 1K bushels per acre,
while another variety, the Snow
Flake, is going a little better than
MO bushels per; acre.
NOT MANY HORSES SOLD
Not Enough Horses Brought In to
Make Good Sale
(Crowded out last week.)
Next time the horse raisers of
this part of Nebraska are informed
thru The Herald that there will be
a. pood bunch of buyers in Alliance
on a given date, they will probably
lay aside their fears to the contrary
and bring in the .stuff to seli. We
nUdpated that tarmeni would think
there would be few buy. i s ai tlu
Lester At -tion horse and mul e sale
last Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
hence the week before interviewed
these gentlemen in regard lo 'lie
matter and learned from them then
would be a good bun.h of buyer.
here. The buyers came, we understand,
more than any previous sale, but the
offerings were too sinaii to suit
thank Fearing they wouid not be
able to fill, if they bough: .1 few
horses, tome of them di not bid a'
all. Before announcing their Baal
sale, Lester & Son will probably line
up enough horses to make it an as
mierd sucess.
the columns of this paper. We wish
to urge upon all renders who are in
position to olwerve, or assist in ob
serving. Tuberculosis Day to do so.
It is worthy of note that there are
no dettoininat ional lines recognized in
this matter and no mooted questions
Involved. Kery well ItlfOQQpd hu
mane person, whether Christian or
not, whether Catholic or Protestant .
endorsee the movement, and without
doubt sen h os in observance of Tu
berculopis Day will have tin unusu
ally large attendance, if properly ad
vertised beforehand. The Herald
stands ready to give all a-ssisiarfco
possible in tils' good work.
In connection with the campaign
for the observance of Tuberculosis
Day, Cardinal Farley of New York
has written a letter to Frank H.
.Mann. Secretary of the New York
Committee on the Prevention of Tu
ber tilosis. which was made public
the first of the week, in which he
commends the goal work being done
in the educational campaign against
Consumption in NOW York City and
thruout the country and urges church
men and others to take part in the
an:i I ubercuh sis movement.
Cardinal Farley's letter is a pwt
f his plan to secure the observance
cf Tuberculous Day in every parish
of his diocese. The Cardinal will
send a b'ttcr lo ea'h priest under
his supervision calling upon him to
bring the subject of tuberculosis to
the attention of his parishoners on
October I7tb, or on BOOM other oc
casion about that time.
The letter to .Mr. Mann shows a
keen appreciation of the methods be
ing employed in the present move
ment against tuberculosis.
Weekly Weather Report
t Crow hd out last esali.)
During most of the past week the
weather hits been fine and potato
growers have made good use of it
in getting the bumper crop of spud
out of the ground, but we can't
brag on today's weather exc-pt that
it is an indication of another bum
per crop next year. Early this morn
ing it began raining and has contin
ued till the streets are muddy anil
the ground too wet to permit being
worked for a while. A It ho this is
unfortunate for those who have po
tatoes in the ground, "there is n
great loss without some gain". It
is well known that when the ground
in this country goes into winter
quarters thoroughly soaked a boun
tiful crop is practically assured for
the next year.
NOT FAMILAR WITH THE
STORY OF ARMAGEDDON
Judge Berry Shows Roosevelt's Mis
take in Statement About Bat
tling for the Lord
WRITTEN FOR THE HERALD
"We come from Armageddon, and
we battle for the Lord."
When Mr. Roosevelt uttered SO
elue declaration he evidently wa.i
11 1: familiar with the story of A 1 1.1
: ceddon or he believed his hearers j
10 be unfamiU'i- with that story,
and we venture the statement tiia'
not one in r.ne ho.isand of his h .;
ere realize- the significance or lUs
" t compari.; between KoosevMS
pe.ltion at tune r making the
s' it nient and the vtory of Armag-vl
don.
By turning io Rev- iations lt we
tl..d that, wlie the ? Mlt angel Open
ed her vial and spilled the contents,
the great Dragon spewed out of lis
mouth a Frog, which tit on eo assnin
ed human Shape and proved himself
to be tho Devil by performance i
miracles and wonderful works to de-
cie the people, that the water of
the river Kupratos was dried tip for
the passage of the hosts which he
v tit to assemble, and that he de
parted to visit tho Kings of the far
east to decehe them, nad enlist
them to buttle against the Lord,
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT NO. ONI.
The f. Honing proposed amendment ts
the constitution of the State of NHaaxka,
aa hereinafter set forth In full. Is suti
mltted to the electors of the State of Ne
braska, to be voted upon at the general
lection to be held Tuesday. November
tth. A. 1 1U.
"AN ACT for a Joint resolution propos
ing amendment to Section 1 and Sec
tlon 10 Article 8 of the Constitution of
the State of Nebraska, and UpplsrRSt
Ins; Article entitled 'Amendments.'
Be It Resolved and Knnct. d by tne l.e.gls
lature of the State of Nebraska:
Section 1. That at the general election
for st.ite ond legislative officers to be
held on the Tuesday succeeding the first
Monday In November, 1912, the following
provisions be proposed and submitted aa
amendment to Section 1 and Section 10
of Attlcle 3 of the Constitution of the
State Of Nebraska:
Section 2. That Section 1 of Article t
of the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska is hereby amended to read as fol
lows: Section ti The legislative authority of
the state shall be vested in u legislature
consist lag of a senate and house of repre
sentatives, but the people reserve to
themsr!e power to propose laws, and
amendments to the constitution, and to
enact or reject the same at the polls In
dependent of the legislature, and also re
serve rower nt their own option to ap
prove or reject at the polls any act. Item.
Rev. Frank Woten purchased last
week, from Martin O'Connor, the
five room modern residence at 408
Jiig Horn avenue. This Is a very
desirable piece of property and ail
make Rev, Woten a good Inve-iement
as well as a nice home.
they at the time thinking thai th-y
were fighting for the lxrd.
Roosevelt by his own statement
w is spewed out of the mouth of the
great Di-ugon, at Chicago, and at
OSes proceeded to try ami deceive
the people, and later has traveled
over the entire country trying to
tocsins t lie Kings, who are the peo-
The comparison may be odious
but it is one made by Roosevelt
himself. L. A. HEKKY.
POTATO GROWERS NEED MEN
BBS Hutte county potato growers
are badly in need of men to help
harvest the crop. Vagrants, arre :
cd for drunkenness and other light
charges, are snapped up as BOOB. BS
released from jail and the railroad
yards are scoured for tramps.
PROMINENT ALLIANCE
MEN HEWR WILSON
I Crow dad out last s 61 k. I
Several prominent Alliance Demo
crats went to Lincoln the last of the
week to bear Governor Wilson at
Lincoln last Saturday night. Among
those going were Robert Graham
and Judge W. S. Ridgell and Tom
O'Keefe. Dr. Roland of Hemingfnnl
was also there. Those going stilted
that the crowd in Lincoln was the
largest ever seen there.
ALLIANCE MAN INHERITS $180,000
A certain Alliance man. who hits
requested Unit his name be BOt men
tioned at the prestnt time, has re
ceived word from a reliable so.ir.'e
that he is heir to $IN0.000. The in
terest which he Inherits is an old
Spanish estate. He s still keeping
ttt bis work sad says that he will
not quit barbering un:il he .sees the
money. He is now ;avt -t igt'.g ful
ly and if his information is orrect
he will undoubtedly receive hia in
heritance Aithin a slior: time.
Further particulate will lie liven
later.
CARDINAL FARLEY
COMMENDS MOVEMENT
Tuberculosis Day, October 27h, to
Be Observed by Churches.
Catholic and Pro star.t
WILL IT EE OBSERVED HERE '
Thi Herald Vishes to call tin tU-
(antioa of its readers, perttculsrly
t ier : men, to the obaSTVaSj f af Sun
day, 0 Usher 87. Itll, wltb approprl
ate sermons and services, ss "Tuner-
C Usual Day." Of all the nuveiiii'iils
eel on loot in recent years f : tin
amolWirstlnn of human sufterkic the
antt-tubercuhnsis movement by the
National Association for the Study
it mi prevention of Tnhewjulnals, and
jriadrad orgs ni sat Ions, is asrtatoly
one of the sweetest.
It has been a great plea-mr I to
belp ahmi In 'his goxi work thin
lil
A Distinction With a Difference
YOU may not always Ret what you pay for.
It takes a good judge of values to do that,
but if there is one sure rule in business it
is you pay for all you get. You may not be
able to see the difference between engines of
similar appearance at different prices, but if
you buy from a reputable firm you may be sure
the difference in quality is there.
I H C Oil and Gasoline Engines
cost more than some others because they are
more carefully made, and more thoroughly
tested. Skillful designing, better material,
better workmanship, more caretul assembling,
and more thorough testing, tell in the long
run. Given equal care an In C engine costs
less per year of service than any other engine
you can buy. If an I I1C engine is given all
the work it will do, pumping, sawing wood,
running the ffrindstotie, fend grinder, hay press,
ilage cutter, repair shop machines, cream
par&tor, Chum, washing machine, etc., etc.,
v. ill pay for its If in a very short time in
koney and labor saved.
I li C engines are made in every style
horigootal, vertical, air and water-cooled,
Stationary, portable and mounted on skids, to
bpentti on gas, uasoline, kerosene, naphtha, dis
tillate or alcohol, in sies from 1 to 50 H. P.
Kero-.ene-gav.iiae tractors, 12, 15, 20, 25 and
45-H P.
The I H C local dealer will give you cata
logues and full information, or write
International Harvester Company of America
Crawford
Iiicurooraii'd.
I H C Service Bureau
Neb.
The purpose of this Bureau i to f amish, free
of cbsrgs to all. the hot leformsiion obtainable
en better larmuas. If you asv tnj worthy que,
lions conceniin soils, crops, land drainage, irri
cation, ferltutar. ate make your inquiries suedAe
and send them to I II Scrvuc Hureau, Harvester
building, Chicago. L S A
secUin, or part of any act pussed by MS
Isnilature.
Section 1A. The first power reserved
by the people la the Initiative. Ten per
cent of the legal voters of the state, ao
distributed as to Include five, per cent of
the lejral voters In each of two-nrins 01
the cuuntles of the state, may propose
any measure by petition, which shall
contain the full text of the measure ao
proposed. Provided, that proposed Con
stitutional Amendments shall require a
petition of fifteen per cent of the legal
voters of the State distributed as above
provider). Initiative petitions (except for
municipal nnd wholly local legislation)
ahall be filed with the Secretary of State
and be by him submitted to the voters at
the first regular state election held not
leas thin four months after such filing.
The same measure, either In form or In
essential substanre, shall not be sub
mitted to the people by Inltiutlve petition
(either affirmatively or negatively)
oftener than once In three years. If con
flicting measures submitted to the people
at the sume election shall be npproved,
the one receiving the highest number of
affirmative votes shall thereby become
law as to all conflicting provisions. The
Constitutional limitations us to scope and
subject matter of statutes enacted by the
legislature shall apply to those enacted
by the Initiative.
Section 1B. The second power reserved
la the referendum. It may be ordered by
a petition of ten per cent of the legal
voter of the state, distributed as re-
aulred for initiative petitions. Referen
um petitions against measures passed
by the legislature shall bo filed with the
Secretary of State within ninety days
after the legislature enacting the same
adjourns sine die or for a period longer
than ninety days; and elections thereon
ahall be had ut the first regular state
election held not less than thirty days
after such filing.
Section 1C. The referendum may be
rdered upon any act except ucts making
appropriations for the expenses of the
etate government, und state Institutions
existing at the time such act Is passed.
When the referendum Is ordered upon an
act or any part thereof It ahall auspend
Ita operation until the same is approved
by the voters; provided, that emergency
acts, or acta for the Immediate preserva- I
tlon of the public peace, health, or safety
ahall continue In effect until rejected by
the voters or repealed bv the legislature.
Filing of a referendum petition against
one or more Items, sections, or parts of
an act shall not delay the remainder of
the measure from becoming operative.
Section 1D. Nothing In this section
ahall be construed to deprive any mem
ber of the legislature of the rlut In.
traduce any measure. The whok '. 111 f
of votes cast for governor at tb reguUSI
election last preceding the lib . .my
Initiative or referendum petit l' so ill i.n
the basis on which the nntnl r ol l-u il
voters required to sign Melt petition sb ill
be computed. The veto power of the ti -ernor
shall wot extend to measures initi
ated by or referred to the people. All
such measures shall become the law or a
6 art of the constitution when approved
v a majority of the votes cast thereon,
provided, the votes cast in favor of said
Initiative measure or part of said Consti
tution shall constitute thirty-five per
cent of the total vote cast at Bald
election, and not otherwise, and ahall
take effect upon proclamation by the
governor, which snail be made within
ten days of the completion of the official
canvass. The vote upon Initiative und
referendum measures shall be returned
and canvassed In the saute manner as Is
prescribed in the case of presidential
electors. The method of submitting and
adopting amendments to the constitution
provided by this s ri.ott soall lie supple
mentary to the method prescribed in the
article of this Constitution, entitled
'Amendments.' ami tbS latter shall In no
case be construed to conflict herewith.
This amendment shall be self-executing,
but legislation may be enacted especially
to facilitate its operation. In submitting
petitions and orders for the Initiative and
the referendum, the Secretary of State
and all other officers' shall be ruided by
this amendment and the Keneral laws
until additional legislation shall be espe
cially provided therefor; all propositions
submitted In pursuance hereof shall be
submitted In a non-partisan manner and
without any Indication or suggestion 011
the ballot that they have been approved
or endorsed by any tiulltlcal party or or
ganization, and provided further that
only the title of measures shall be printed
on the ballot. ad when two or more
measures have tne same title they shall
be numbered consecutively in the order
oT filing with the Secretary of State and
-including the name of the first petitioner.
Section 3. That Section lo, of Article 3,
of the Constitution of the state of Ne
braska be amended to read aa follows:
Section 10. Tle style of all bills shall
be "Be It enacted by the people of the
State of Nebraska." and no law shall
be enacted except b" bill. No bill shall
be passed by the legislature unless by
assent of a majority of all the members
elected to eacti house of the legislature
and the question upon final passage shall
be taken Immediately upon its last read
ing and the yeas and nays shall be en
tered upon the journal.
Section 4. That ut said election on the
Tuesday succeeding the first Monday In
November. ISU, on the ballot of each
lector voting thereat there, shall be
printed or written the wurds: "For pro
posed amendment to the constitution re
serving to the people the right of direct
legislation through the Initiative and ref
erendum." and "Against proposed amend
ment to the con.Hiitutton leservlng to the
people the right of direct legislation
through the Initiative and referendum."
And If a majority f ah raters SI said
election shall lie In favor of BMCh amend
ment the same shall be deemed to be
adopted. The returns 0 said election
upon tho ad "ption of this amendment
shall be made to the state canvassing
board and said board shall canvass the
rote upon the amendment herein in the
same manner as is prescribed In the ease
of presidential e,ectota. If a majority of
the votes cast at the elect! n be In favor
of tne prop .-e I am. iid:i..-:t ice j
within ten days after the result is .is 1
talned. ah.ili mike proclamation di
lng the amendment to be part of the con
stitution of tile sl.i'e. ami -, ,
ctatd the amendment herein proposed
Shall be In force and self -executing
nnroved March 2. 111
i. Addison Wait. Secretary of BtStS, of
the State of Nebraska do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment
to the Constiti.t.-.o of the .State of N.
braaka Is a tm and correct copy of the
original snrolled and engrossed bill as
passed by Uie Thirty-second session of
the Legislature of the Suite of Nebraska
as appears fr m sa.d oiimnal bill on file
In tills office,- and that said proposed
amendment is submitted to the qual.fii-d
voters of the state of Nebraska for their
adoption Or rejection at the general . !.
tlon to be held on Tuesday, the Sih .
1 of November. A. p. 1912.
ictwuiuiii ii' ir.M. 1 cave nereunii
set my hand and affixed tne ilreat Seal
of the State of Nebraska. I 'one at Lin
coln, this lOUl d.iv of Mar, iii the year of
our I.ord. One Thojsaitd Nine Hundred
and Twelve, and of the independence of
the t.'nlted States the One Hundred and
Thirty. sixth and of this State the Forty
elxth. APOISON WAIT,
est Secretary of Stats.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT NO. FOUR.
The following proposed amendment to
the constitution of the State of Nebraska,
as hereinafter set forth In full, Is sub
mitted to the electors of the State of Ne
braska, to be vottd upon at the general
election to be held Tuesday. November
6th. A. D, 1R12.
"A JOINT RESOLUTION to propose
amendments to Section Ave 5) of
Article six ifi) and Section thirteen (13)
of Article sixteen (IK) of the constitu
tion of the state of Nebraska aa found
In the Complied Statutes of Nebraska
for 1303 (Section thirteen (13) of
Article eighteen (13) of Cobbey's An
notated Statutes for 130!)). relating to
time of electing judges of the supreme
court, fixing the time of the general
election and providing for holding over
of Incumbents until their successors
are iectrd nnd qualified.
Re it Itesolved and Unacted by the Legta
latuie of the State of Nebraska:
Section 1. That Section Five (5) of
Article Six r,) of the Constitution or the
State of Nt! aska be amended to lead as
follows:
Section 5. That at the general election
to be held In the State of Nebraska In
the year lDlti. and each six years there
after, there shall be elected three (-0
judges of the Supreme Court, who shall
hold their olflee for the period of six ti
years; that at the general election to be
held In the State of Nebraska In the year
1!1K. and each six vears thereafter there
shall be elected three (3) Judges of the
Supreme Court, who shall hold their office
for the period of six years; and at the
general election to be held In the State
Of Nebraska In the year 1920 nnd each
six it) years thereafter there ahall be
elected a chief justice of the Supreme
Court, who shall hold his office for the
period of six (6) years. Provided, That
the member of the 8upreme Court whose
term of office expires In Janui.ry. 1914.
ahall bo chief Justice of the Supreme
Court during that time until ths expira
tion of his term of office.
Section 2. That Section Thirteen (13)
Of Article Sixteen (16) of the Constitution
of the State of Nebraska 11a found in the
Compiled Statutes of Nebraska for 1909
(Section thirteen (13) of Article eighteen
(18) of Cobbey's Annotated Statutes for
1909) be amended to read as follows:
Section 13. The general election of this
state shall be held on the Tuesday suc
ceeding the first Monday in November
In the year 1!H4 and every two years
thereafter. All state, district, county.'
precinct nfid township officers, by tho
constitution or laws made elective bv the
people, except school district officers, and
municipal officers In cities, vlllagea and
towns, shall be elected at 11 general elec
tion to be held as aforesaid. Judges of
the Supreme, district and county courts,
all elective county and precinct officers,
snd all other elective officers, the time
for the election of whom is not herein
otherwise piovlded for, and which are
not Included In the above exception,
shall be elected on the Tuesday succeed
ing the first Monday In November, 1913.
and thereafter at the general election
next preceding the time of the termina
tion for their respective terms of office.
Provided, That no office shall be vacated
thereby, but the Incumbent thereof shall
bold over until his successor Is duly
elected and qualified.
Section 3. The form of ballot on th
amendments proposed herein shall be aa
follows: "For proposed amendments to
the constitution providing for general
election once In two years" and "Against
proposed amendments to the constitution
providing for general election ones In
two years."
Approved April T. 1111."
I. Addison Walt. Secretary of State, of
ths State of Nebraska do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed n-jndment
to the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska Is a true and correct copy of ths
original enrolled and engrossed bill, as
passed by the Thirty-second session of
the Legislature of the State of Nebraska,
as appears from said original bill on Sis
In this office, and that said proposed
amendment Is submitted to the qualified
voters of the state of Nebraska for their
adoption or rejection at the general elec
tion to be held on Tuesday, the 5th day
of November. A. D. 1912.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
of the State of Nebraska. Done at Lin
coln, this 20th day of May. In the year of
our Lord. One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Twelve, und of tne Independence of
the United States the One Hundred and
Thirty-sixth and of this St ile the Korty
Ixth. ADDISON WAIT.
Seal Secretary of State,
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT NO. TWO.
The following proposed amendment to
the constitution of tiie State of Nebraska,
as hereinafter set forth in full, is sub
mttied to the electors of the State of Ne
braska, to be voted upon at the general
election lo tie held Tuesday, November
5th. A. 1 1. 1S12.
"A JOINT ABSOLUTION on proposing
an amendment to Section 4 of Article
3 of tho Constitution of the State of
Nebraska,
Be It Itesolved und Enacted by the Legis
lature of the State of Nebraska:
Section 1. That at the general election
for state and lej;l.-...itlve officers to be held
0:1 the Tuesday following tiie first Mon
day In November, 1912. the following be
submitted as an amendment to Section 4
of Article 3 of the Constitution of ths
State of Nebraska!
Sec. 4. At the f-t election of mem
beis of the legislature held after the
adoption of this amendment members of
the Senate and House of Representatives,
shall be elected for the term of two years.
Both senators and representatives shall
each receive pay at the rate of six hun
dred dollars for each regular session of
ttis Legislature, during their term, and
ten cents for every mile they shall travel
In gulng to and returning from the place
of meeting of the legislature, on the most
usual route. That neither members of
the legislature nor employes shall re
ceive any puy or perquisites other than
their salary and mileage. Bach session,
except special session, shall not be lees
than sixty davs. After the expiration of
twenty days of the session, no bills nor
joint resolutions of the nature of bills
shall be introduced, unless the governor
shall by special message call the atten
tion of the legislature to the necessity of
passing a law on the sub'ect-matter em
braced in the message, and the Introduc
tion of bills shull be restricted thereto.
Provided, that the general appropria
tion bills may be Introduced up to and
Including the fortieth day.
Sec. 2. That at said election on the
Tuesday sue. ding the first Monday In
November. 1912. on the ballot of each
elector voting thereat there shall be
printed or written the words: "For pro
posed BBBSeslment to the constitution fix
ing the term of office and salary for
members of the legislature." and
"Against propored amendment to the
constitution fixing the term of office and
salary for members of the legislature."
And If u majority af all the voters at Uie
said election shall be In favor of such
amendment the sume shall be deemed to
he adopteii. The returns of and election
Upon the adoption of this amendment
shall be mad, to the Slate Canvassing
Board and that Board shall canvass the
vote upon the amendment herein In ths
same manner us is pi escribed In the case
of prssl Isntial electors. If a majority of
the votes cist at the election be In favor
of the proposed amendment the governor,
within ten days after the result Is ascer
tained, shall make proclamation declar
ing the amendment to be part of the
constitution of the state, and when so
dec! iicd the same ohall be In force.
Approved April 10 ISU."
I. Addison Wait. Secretary of State, of
the State of Nebraska do hereby certify
that the foregoing prop sed .intendment
to the Constitution of (he St ile of Ve
!. - 1 is .... and 1 ci :opy of the
original enrolled and engrossed bill.' as
passed by th Thirty-second session of
the Legislature of the State of Nebraska,
as appears f r m said original bill on rile
In th 1 otf'ee, and that said proposed
amendment S submitted to the qualified
voters of the state of Nebraska for their
adoption or rejection at the general elec
tion to he held on Tnsday. the 5th day
of November, a. D. i9ii.
In Testimony Whereof. I h iva hereuntc
Set mv hand and affixed the Great Seal
of the State of Nebraska. Done at Lin
coln, this 20th d.iv of May. In the year of
our Lor. I One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Twelve, and of the Independence of
the United States the One Hundred and
Thirtv-slxth and of this State the Forty
Sixth ADDISON WAIT.
(Seal) Secretary of State.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT NO. THREE.
The following proposed amendment tS
ths constitution of the State of Nebraska,
as hereinafter aet forth In full. Is sub
mitted to the electors of the State of Ne
braska, to he voted upon at the general
election to be held Tuesday. November
tth. A. D. 1912.
' A JOINT IlKSOHTTION to emend Sec
tion nineteen (19) of Article five (5) of
the OonttltUtiOtl of the State of Nebras
ka creating it Board of Commissioners
of Slate Institutions
Be It Knotted by the Legislature Of tho
State of Nebraska:
Section I, That Section nineteen '11),
of Article five (6) of the Constitution of
the Stats of Nebraska, be amended to
read as follows:
Section 19. The Oovernor shall, prior
to the adjournment of the thirty-third
session of the legislature, nominate and,
with the consent of two-thirds of ths
membera of the Senate in Executive Ses
sion, appoint three electors of the stats,
not more than two of whom shall belong
t the same political party nnd no two
of whom ahull reside at the time of thelt
appointment In the same congressional
district, aa membera of a board to be
known aa a "Board of Commissioners ol
State Institutions." Said membera shall
hold office as designated by the Governor
for two. four and six years respectively.
Subsequent appointments shall be muds
ss provided snd. except to fill vacan
cies, shall be for a period of six years.
The Board shall at all timet be subject
to the above restrictions and limitations.
The Board of Commissioners shall havn
full power to manage, control and gov
ern, subject only to such limitations as
shall be established bv law. the Stats
Soldiers' Home. Hospitals for the Insane.
Institute for the Deaf. Institute for tho
Blind, Industrial Schools, Institute for
Feeble Minded Children. Nebraska Indus
trial Home. Orthopedic Hospital, the
Rtute Penitentiary and all charitable, re
formatory and penal Institutions that
hall be by law established und main
tained by the state of Nebraska. They
hall each give bonds, receive compensa
tion for service, perform nil duties and
?oniply with all regulations that shall bo
established by law. The powers pos
sessed by the Oovernor and Board of
Public Lands nnd Buildings with refer
ence to the management and control of
the institutions herein named ahull, on
July 1, 1913. cease to exist In the Gov
ernor and the Board of Public Lands and
Buildings and shnll beepme vested In
Board of Commissioners of State Institu
tions, and the said Hoard Is on July 1. 1913.
and without further process of law. au
thorized nnd directed to assume and ex
ercise all the powers heretofore vested
In 01 exercised by the Governor or Board
of Public Lands and Puddings with ref
erence to the Institutions of the Btato
named herein, but nothing herein con
tained shad limit the general supervisory
or examining powers vested In the Gover
nor by the laws or constitution of tho
state, or such ns are vested by him In
any committee appointed by him.
Section 2. That at the general election.
In November. 1912. there shall be submit
ted to the electors of the state for their
approval or rejection the foregoing pro
posed amendments to the constitution In
the following form: On the ballot of each
elector voting for or against said pro
posed amendment shall be printed or
written "For proposed amendment to ths
('.institution creating a Board of Com
missioners of State Institutions" and
"Against said proposed amendment to
the constitution creating a Board of
Commissioners of Bute Institutions.
Section 3. If such amendment to Sec
tion nineteen (13) of Article five (5) of
tho Constitution of the State of Nebraska
shall be approved by a majority of all
electors voting at such eisctlon said
amendment shall constitute Section nine
teen (19) of Article five (B) of ths con
stitution of ths stats of Nebraska.
Approved April 10. 1311."
I. Addison Walt. Secretary of State, of
ths Stats of Nebraska do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment
to the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska Is a true and correct copy of the
original enrolled and engrossed bill, as
fassed by ths Thirty-second session of
he Legislature of the State of Nebraska,
as appears from said original bill on file
In this office, and that said proposed
amendment is submitted to tho qualified
voters of the state of Nebraska for their
inr.iinn or retectlnn at the general elec
tion to be held on Tuesday, the 5th day
of November. A. D. 1912.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
at the State of Nebraska. Done at Lin
coln, this 20th day of Mav, In the year of
our Ixrd. One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Twelve, and or the Independence of
the United States the One Hundred and
Thirty-sixth and of this State the Forty
,th ADDISON WAIT.
Seal Secretary of Sta'a
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