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THE BEE: OMAHA, TTESDAY, JtNE 10, 1013.
For Outing MMa cl C. NT j HOWARD W AND SIXTEENTH STREETS NEW BANK INjMALL TOWN Citizens State of Royal Piles Artioles of Incorporation. BOARD OF CONTROL ON TRIP Members Will Atnkr. Journer to lOTrn. to Ascertain Workings of System In that Stale Veterans tlo Bant. (Prom a 8laff Correspondent.) TJNCOL.N, Juno 5. (Speclol.)-Tho Citizens Stato bank of Royal In Antelope county, has filed Its articles of Incor poration with Secretary Royso o tthe stato banking board. Tho capital stock Is J16.000 and the officers are O. U Puntency, 'president: C. B. Puntcney. Vice president,' arid A. II. Rundqucst, Cashier. This Is the 'second bank In the town, which tho lost census gives a population of forty, Dr. Bostrom returned yesterday from Smlthfleld, Oosper county, whore be killed a. rnulo near that town suiferlnt: from 01ai)drs. The mule was appraised ot Jlffi. and was considered a valuable animal. The. owner of the mulo wlH.bo unable to collect from the state, until he has secured, affidavits from former owner?, - shQyvlns" that tha. an) ma) hap been In the, slate one year. Judge . Kennedy and , Commissioner Oerde of the JJoird of Control will go to- lowtktule DYecKjQ'ylslt the Board ot Control of - thftt stato and endeavor to get some pointers on what Is required )n Nebraska. While thero they expect to vUlt several of the state Institutions, which number fifteen, aboutt hp same as Nebraska, with the exception that they have a reformatory there. It is probable that the Nebraska men will take time to Apply ltd elHfjenir' treatment fo Constipation C Z?A?0,U,,,Ja" ? ih ordinary rsoa & very la isr. 3Ce doesn't worry about It, takes- any oil coasiasra himself "hslpto" The reason in(S.MiSl f7Ud articles try to laprc ? iA hQyr Jf M u overcome wttu their piwdsofc ?2iLl"0,7 "uiiiot tie eared with niter hoie, so n J. SHSK B?u iT yor complaint Tour bowel skoal SJSfJ.fJ h25 SH0T a morning- feafera 2S?E?i?f ?teHrkis. There saooll he anlok aotlos. r.v?i,cmI. a ooattoaoue rimiaairs that yew SSZS&A V1 oh a rtmsar a .aataraX v. m mvntw DAINTY CREATIONS IN SUMMER DRESSES Broad assort ment of tho very best that tho principal design era of tho coun try havo produced. A Remarkable Display of Exquisite Summer Dress Styles That Will Delight All. Visitors To Our Women's Suit Department, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 10th and 11th. To the woman wbo follows tho coa$eleas vasarlea ot fashion this first showing of tho mid-summer dreisea will mako a strong appeal. The little variation from tbe season's modes will bo accepted at once as lending a new note ot individuality and distinction to tbe wearer. Tbe lost word from authoritative designers ring out cleir and true in this Interesting display. Wa request the pleasure ot your presence, HAYDEN BROS. and Travel Wear Light Weight Wool Suits White, black and white checks, gray, tan, brown and blue; par ticularly suitable for travel and country club wear; $15, $20, $25 upwards. Coats for All Occasions For motoring, street and even ing wear. The newest fashions in linen, wool, ratine, silk Bed ford cord, eponge and other sea sonable fabrics, $12.50, $19.50, $25.00 upwards. The store for shirtwaists. Investigate the reformatory quite thor oughly In order to get a lino on what may be required In Nebraska. In the reformatory lino. Captain John Lett ot Benedict, who ha been postmaster of the York county town so long that nobody ever attempts to count the time, and who Is well known In Grand Army and other circles, having been commander of the Nebraska de partment, was at the state houso this morning heading a big bunch ot old voter-arm of former Iowa regiments from York county, on their way to tho big Iowa reunion at Des Moines. North Bend Priest Acquitted by Jury FItBMONT, Neb., June . James Hon tarlty, priest of North Bend, accused by the village tf North Btid of -using1 wa ter to sprinkle his lawn contrarj to a city ordinance "out ot house,'' was ac quitted by d Jury In district court. At North Bend a Justice fined tho priest $5 and coach. The case has been hanging flro a year, causing much bitterness. TELEPHONE BOND ELECTION I WITCH ELL TODAY MITCIIELIi, 9. D.t June . (Special.) Tuesday occurs tbe special election called by tho city council ,to vote .op tho Issu ance ot $00,000 bonds for the erection of a municipal telephone plant The .contro versy between tho Dakota Central Tele phono company and the illy having reached tho point where there Is little possibility of their reaching an agreement. the council declaring It would bo i neces sary to Install a municipal plant. The telephone company has been making a strong fight to defeat the bonds, but It Is believed that the city will win. talst any jmrag tore zo-aay OPENING ( DISPLAY SUMMER DRESSES in ladioB Buit do pa rtm out, ou Tuosda.y nnd o d n o 6 day, Juno 10th and 1 11th. BEN HUR RATE PROTEST Tribe Officers Seek to Enforce a Big Raise. LINCOLN MEMBERS OBJECT Clnlm In Slntle thnt Supreme Officer Uso Up too Much of Money In Bxpeimri of the Ho clcty'n Uulne. (From a Btaff OorrespondenUV LINCOLN, Juno P. (Special.) The or ganization of the Trlbo of Hon Hur Is having Its troubles ovor the attempt of the sujremo officers to raise rates with out submitting tho matter first o ho mem bership. Tills ofernoon, on complain of U. G, Powell, V. Dolcxal, W. I. Allen and others, a hearing was held before tho In surance department of tho state cover ing a protest by tho above members against the methods used In tho at tempted rolso In rates. Messrs. Powell, Dolezal ami Alton ap peared In behalf of those members pro tnsting against tho raise and John C. Snydor, representing tlin supremo offi cers, appeared In opposition. The claim Is mado by the protesting members that tho order ot Ben Hur Is not a representative order and that its membership ha little If anything to say In tho conduct of tho organization, In that the supremo officers thirty days bo fore the meeting of tho organization can designate Its membership ami ran say what proportions can be submitted, and there w no appeal from their actions. Tho supreme officers have set July 1, 1913, as a date on which all class A members shall be placed In elans B. This, in Borne instance will cause a raise In rate of over 400 per cent and under the rules of the organization there Is no redress. On a premium paid In yearly of JW, tho supromo ETAOINNU yearly of $4, the expense account takes US. Notwithstanding tho larger percent age going Into the expense account, It Is set out that tho supreme officers are spending more than that amount and this does not Include expenses of dep uties. It Is also set forth by the remon strators that the supremo officers erected a headquarters building which Is only paying 1W per cent on the Investment. An organization has been perfected among' tho members ot tho organization for tho purpose of fighting tho raleo In rates. U. a. Powell Is tho chairman, C. J. Miller, secrotai-y and O. II. Waters, tieaturer, Tho committee which has In charge tho campaign against tho ralsa Is composed of J. T. Potter, W. I. .Allen, Joseph M. Smith, II. a.- Waters, "WY Ed monds, A. E. Napier, F. Dolezal and U. a. Powell. The organization of Ben Hur has a membership in the Btate, according to Its last report, of C,&ia members, with $8,046, 000 Insurance In effect G0VERN0D DESIGNATES SATURDAY FLAG DAY ' (Prom a Btaff Correspondent.) MNCOkN, Juno 0. (Special) Oovcr- !nor Morohead has designated Saturday, June 14, as flag day and In accordance with tho law has Issued a proclamation which Is as follows: In compliance with a custom of such long standing that it has come to be regaraca as me taw . oi me tana, x hereby designate Saturday, Juno lith. 1S18, aa Flag Day. That while enjoying the blessings of liberty so beatutlfully typflcd by tha stars and stripes we may not forget tho sacrifices made to maintain that emblem, I recommend that so far aa possible, the day be devoted to such exercises as tend to develop a love of country nnd pride In our national emblem. On that day It will have waved as tho emblem of our sovereignty for 36 years; the pride and glory of American citizenship and tbe hope and inspiration of the humblo and oppressed of other lands. I earnestly request that tho people of Nebraska on June 14. 1913, display the national colors on all state municipal nd school building. Qlven under my hand and tho great seal of the state this 9th day or Juno, 1911 JOHN II. MQRBHEAP. Governor. FUND TO SEND VETERANS NOT GROWING RAPIDLY 1.INCOU, June 9.-(Speclal) Subscrip tions to the Gettysburg fund aro not coming In as fast aa was expected. Sat urday night the amount had reached only a total of $131.71. Towns which had subscribed sent n amounts ranging from 35 up, Fullerton leading the list with 335.SS with Hartlngton second with 130.73. When the state offlcres Issued the .coll It was thought that it would be com paratively easy to duplicate the $1,000 voted by the legislature and with the prospects for a- big crop It was hoped that the reponse would be very liberal. AUDITOR IS COLLECTING REPORTS ON CROPS (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Juno 9. (Ppeclal.)-udltor Howard has Instituted a crop report de partment In connection with his office, ''i am continually getting letters," said Mr- Howard, "Inquiring aboutt ho crops and I concluded that It w6uld be a good thtng to know something about It my self, so as to Inform these people, so I have notified all my examiners to report to me when, they make their regular re ports as to the conditions ot the dif ferent kinds of crops In tho communities where they are working. They will oost nothing extra and will put me In a posi tion to answer their questions." Itetdy a Coach, The veteran Dill Iteldr. who manamd San Francisco until he forgot to write Cal Rwlnir. has been engaged as coach for Cleveland pitchers- Protect Yourself Askfor ORIGINAL GENUINE The Food Drink TWO-CENT FARE LAW IN MINNESOTA UPHELD BY jUPREME COURT (Continued from rage One.) Ity ot the state be restricted it must be .by virtue of tho actual exerclso jaf, fed eral control and not by reason merely of a dormant federal power, that Is ono which has not been oxerted. 'Six Congress In not to regulate com merce expressly provides that tho provi sions of tho act should not extend to transportation 'wholly within ono state,' having regard to the terms of tho fed eral statute, tho familiar range ot Btato action at tho time It was enacted with "Having regard to the terms of tho federal statute, the familiar range of state' action at tho tlmo It was enacted, ,ex orolso of statu authority In the same manner' nnd to tho same extent after its enactment, had been tho decisions of this court, recognizing and upholding thlsr authority. Tho court finds no founda tion for tho proposition that tho act to! rogulato commerce contemplates Inter ference with tho authority of ' the statot to prescribe reasonable rates for tho ex clusively Internal traffic throughout the oxtent of Its territory. HtamlK.nl Xot Set Up. "Neither by tho original net nor by ita amendment has congress sought to estab lish a unified ' control over Interstate and Intrastate' rates; It has not set up a stnndard for Intrastate rates or pre scribed or authorized, the federal commis sion to prescrlbo either maximum op minimum, rates for . Intrastate - traffic The fixing of rcasonaulo rates for lntro-i stato transportation was left by the act whero It had boen found, that Is with; the states and agencies created by the states to deal With that subject. Rven Tinder the established principles governing stato action, Minnesota did not transcend tho limits of Its authority In. prescribing the rates hero Involved, as suming them to 1)0 reasonamo m rates. It exercised an authority appro o M territorial Jurisdiction and, not opposed to any octlon thus far taken by congress, "Elght-Tho lnter-blendlng of operations In tho conduct of Interstate and local business by Interstate carriers and tho exigencies, that aro said to arise with respect, to the, maintenance iot-,"e"0, rates by -reason of their re atlon to In trantato rate, aro considerations for the practical Judgment of congrcs It tho situation has bocome . suuu regulation of interstate rates cannot l maintained without imposing require ments with respect. to such Intrastate, rates of Interstate corrlors as substan tially affect interstate rates It Is for con gress to determine wunm - " Us constitutional authority over Inter state commerce and Us Instrument, tha measure of the regulation It jmould sup ply. - ' Ftihctlon of Court. It Is tho function of tho court to interpret and 'apply tho law already enacted, but not under the gulso of construction to ' provide a mo com parative scheme of regulation than con gress has decided upon. Nor in the absence of federal action may effect-be denied to thhe laws of tiro state en acted -within .tho field which It is cn titw to occupy until Its authority Is limited through tho qxertlon by congress of .its paramoynt-ConsmuuppaA.ppwc.., j.Mtn-nn -tha issua. of. confiscation: Tho rat-makng power Is, A legislative fcWor and necessarily impups a riwK vi legislative discretion,. Tho court does not sit aa a board ot review,, to sub stitute Its Judgment for that ot tho legislature or of tho commission law fully constituted by It, as to matters within tho province Of either. "Tho question is whether In prescrib ing a general schedule of rates Involving tho profitableness of tho Intrastate JDoratlons of tho carrier, taken as a whole, the state has superseded the con stltutlonal limit by making the rates confiscatory. The property of the rail road corporation haa been devoted to a publlo ubo. But tho state has not seen fit to undertake tho servlco Itself -and private property embarked In It Is net placed at tho mercy of legislative caprice. It rests sdoure under the con stitutional protection which extends not merely to tho title, but to the right to receive Just compensation 'for the ser vices given to the public. Concluding his opinion, ujtlco ll,ughos saia: "Tenth In. the cases of tho Northern Pacific and Great Northern companies on tho estimates of vajuo . ad, methods, of apportionment, it Is concluded that the proof is Insufficient to Justify a finding that tho rates were confiscatory; and the decrees are reversed with Instructions to dismiss tho bill In each case wltliput prejudice. "Eleventh In tho -case of the Minne apolis & St. Ixjuls Railroad company It W found, In view; of the special facta ap pearing that tho margin of error In- the estimates and calculations, wae not suf ficient to affect tho result, Tho decreo In that case, adjudging the rata to be con flscatory. Is, therefore, affirmed, with the modincatlon- that the members of the railroad and warehouse commission and tho attornuy general of the state' 'may apply to the court by bill or otherwise. as they may be advised to-a further order or decroo whenever It shall appear that by reason ot a change In circumstances tho rates fixed by the state's acts and orders are sufficient to yield to this company reasonable compensation tor the services rendered." The Yellow Peril ,. Jaundice malaria biliousness, vanish. -when Dr. King's New Life Pills are, taKen. easy, safe, guaranteed. , so, t or sale by Beaton Drug pp. Advertisement- for all AuesOthers are ?': PATHFINDERSJLOSE ANOTHER Kearney Kapitalists Dish Oat an Elusive Brand of Ball. CLOSE, UNTIL. THE .SEOENTH Leonard, Reward's Star Fielder, Jlnkes Great Catch, lint lie -Cannot Rare Day Aicalnat Superior Players. FItBMONT, Neb.,, June 9. (Special Tel egram.) Inability on the part of the Fre mont batters to connect with tho elusive curves of Maples, cost them tho last game of the home series, -bV ' the score of 9 to 3. Tho games was' close until the seventh, when Kearney by a combi nation ot passes and hits scored five runs arid put the contest on Ice. Fremont plays Grand Island Juno 10 and 11. Score: KEAIINET. FREMONT. AD.H.O.A.E. AU.H.O.A.B. Dachtold, it. 4 I 1 0 OTurpIn, If... J 0 1 0 BjnekP Jb... 0 6 1 OWtlcb. Jb... 4 .0 14 1 Arbck. Jb... 4 lit 0 Wet tel. cf... 4,0 100 IleniotU lb. t ) I t Henrr. lb... 4 0 10 0 0 Hcheurrn. rf i I t n ATtrla lh 1 1 1 1 1 .Oray, rf.,..v4 10 0 OClourler, u.. 4 I 1 4 1 WcKKlhlff. US lift lQukt, rf... 1 1000 unckion, o. 4 o i i o Duller, c..z gio I o JipIM, p.,.l 0 0 2 ORoutt, p.... 4 0 0 t 0 ToUI....,tll4 V 1 TOUU......J1 tilll I Kearney 0 0 V 1 1 1 S 0 lu uremont 01010100 0-3 Two-baso hits: dourley. Gray, Scheu ren. Stolen bases: Rels. Bvnek. Gray. Btruck.out: By Maples, 7; by Routt, 9. nit by pitched ball: Turpln, Wetzel, Welchi .Butler. Bases on .-balls: Off Maples, 4; off Iloutt, 6. Wild pitch: Maples,. IMlouttVL. Time: 2X10. Umpire: Pontius. HASTINGS, June 9.-Speclal Telegram) ork and Hastings played major league ball In polar temperature today) neither sldo scoring until tho tenth. Rico . hit for two bases and scored the first run on chase'B single. In the same round Tacks -hit for three bases and scored on a sacraflce fly by McCoy who batted ftr Riley. Shaner heald York at bay until the thirteenth when a three bag ger by chase, a twobogger by Mul vey and a single by Mattlcks by Hanson scored three men after two were down. Sensational catches by Hanion and McCabo each cut off a run which would hliyo..declde1 the result In tho game. .. Smlthsoh allowed only five hits In thirteen Innings. Tho scoro: to?k. . . . HAtrrlMm AU.II.O.A.E. All If n k V ,d-... , AOS UKmltrt SK...K A l Ch. lb... ft. I 14 i OFcytnun. u.S 1 4 Munqlgt, M 1 S 2 1 Un, TI..Z.1 1 I t-iKe. W...S 110 ODotiir. et . I l" l lUttlclu, tb; 1 I 0D1U, O....IJ 0 IS MuUer.-cf.. ll I o 0IcCb, cf-4 1 t Hfttrton, rf., .0 S 0 OKroll. ib...,S 0 I grown, c.,.,4 0 11 0 OTMke, lb... 4 110 Smlthwii,' p, I 0 0 3 OJUIer 0....1 0 0 . Bhner, p... o 0 0 ToUt..i..4 It M IS lMcCornt... 0 0 0 MoCbv hattnrf tii,. i .!. 4 X OrlC AAAAAflnnni ,ia j -....0 00000000100 0-1 rhreo-base hits: Chase, Taoke. Two. pa8 hJta: Rice, Mulvey. McCobe, Fort- rivS WZZ U8.: Ulelz & "ncr. Mc Coy, McCabo, Stolen bases: Mulvey. nTfh' Ullal"c5. Tacke. Struck out: By Bmlthson, 8; by Riley. 8; by Shaner, Bases on balls: Off Smlthson. 4: off tit, ty'.i3: 8.haS?r L Innings pitched: By Riley, 10; by Shaner,. 3. Double plays: Fort man to Kmll in T,.t,. ali5fi2lst?. lUt hl Pitcher: By Smlthson i. Wild pltcli: Shaner. UmnireH! Dlron and Lngnecker. felaWAltp, Neb., Juno 9.-(Speclal Telo gram.) Tho feature of thn .mm, tniav was Leonard's running catch In the ninth inning. Seward lost the game by three errors In the ninth Inning. Score: But-jsiiiuifc, BEWAKD. AD.I1.D.A.C ATI ii n k u. Phror. ...! 1 a OLIsr. Jb B lVi 0 onj, Jb.....4 111 OTtppan. u..s 0 X I X jioiuMT. w. i a o OZIOK, lb S 110 0 0 IXBdrtth. rfi l l n oniirt rt...i , n a Thelulnc. If 4 X X 1 OHIcklW,. ef.. 4- X 4 0 0 Heneia, e.... 5 1 10 0 OPoteM. e.,., 4 1X00 Bok.witt. lb 5 1 1 01onrd, t. i i 4 0 0 Otml, 3b..., 8 0 0 X ODrtnnon. ib. X 1 0 2 V HUcn.. p.. 4 1 0, X OOnnpn, p., I 0 0 X 1 ivuni.,ii JJ-J7 wo. TOtali 15 11 J7 lo 4 Suoerlnp . n n n n , V A . I aeward o o o a o o o o i-i Left on bases: Superior. DJ Seward.'li: Twa-basAvhltn. 4rirkii . m.... base hits: Blaok.,arayv Homo run: Hlck Un. Bases on balls; Off Hatqh. 4; off Connors, L Struck ouli By Connors, 3; by Hatch, 8. Sacrifice hits: lonards, Brannon, . Gray. Stolen baa: Metnert. Hit by pitched ball: Obst.' Time: !:00. Umpire: Freese. COLUMBUS, Neb., June 9. (Special Tel egram.) The Islanders slugged the Paw. nees once more today. Rondeau started iiio nonsasnpo wun a two-Dagger and In the . second lnnlnsr TtntiaA onH Tn&A.. made each a three-bagger. Cran made a uuino run. ocore: Jironw batted for Canine In ninth. Bennett out for bunting third strike. Grand Island 0 3 0 0 0 S 0 0 0-8 Columbus 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 05 Solen baSOS: Bnnnntt. Rr.hrwinr.inr Smyth (2), Anderson, B. Brown (2), Soc- iui a iroauno, itusnenuurg, umn. Canine. Two-base hits: Rondeau (2), Bennett. Deal. Thn.hn nnn. deau. House. Home run: Cran. Double piays; w to Rondeau; Anderson to Scanlon to Deal, nun hit? nrr wn 9; off Canine, 8; off Klngdon, 1. Struck uuv, ujr rcuuroas. dy uanine. b: by Klngdon. 0. Bases on balls: Off Fen tress, 3; off Canine 8: ofr Klngdon, 0. Wild Ditch: Canlna. Hit hv nltr-h,i iVll- By Canines Rondeau. aPssed balls: Ram rey. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Setley. McCool Shut Out. BRUNING. Neb.. Juno 9 (Knprlnl ti. egram.) Brunlng and McCool played a game of base ball here Sunday before a good crowd. A special train from McCool was shut out. by a score of 10 to 0. Irwin brought several hundred fans. McCool allowed twelve hits. Knight seven. This gamo mokes thirty-nine straight Innings Brunlng has ployed Without allowlne a score. Batteries; Knight and Meade; Ir win and Robinson. AVahoo Dp teat Fremont. WAHOO, Neb., June 8. (Special.) Wahoo gave the Fremont OrllnnU drubbing Sunday, winning by a score Cf 12 to 0. The features were the pitching of Jly Anderson for Wahoo, with thirteen strike outs and 'two hit. Scorei rt.u n Wahoo 0 4 0, 0 1 4 1 2 12 14 a Frcmont ,..00000000 00 2 3 Batteries: Fremont. Allen. Mnllnnr and Long; Wahoo', Anderson and Swan- son, -r , WHEAT CRlFAREA LARGER (Continued from Pago One.) W.4 per cent the ten-year average. Indi cated yield, 21.4. bushels per acre, com pared with 37.4 bushels last year and -29.7 bushels the 190S-U average. Estimated total production, 1.104.000,000 bushels, com pared with 1,418.337,000 bushels last year, 88,293.000 bushels In 1911, 1. 1S0.I41.00O bush els In 1910 and 1,007,000.000 in 1909. Barley-Area planted, 7,26,000 acres, compared with 7,530,000 acres last year, T.43T.000 acres In 1911 and 7,7tS,000 acres In 1S10. Condition, 87.1 per cent of a normal, compared with 91.1 per cent last year and 90.5 per cent, the ten-year average. In dicated yield, 214 bushels per acre, com pared, with 29.7 bushels last year and 24.$ bushels the 1908-12 average. Estimated total production, 177.000,000 bushels, com pared with es,S24.0bO bushels last year, 1C0,240,009 bushels In 1311 and 173,823,000 bushels In 1910. Rye Condltlop. 90.9 per cent of a noiv mal, compared with 91 per cent on May, I, WIS, 87.7 per cent on June 1 last year and 897 per cent the ten-year average. Indicated yield. 18.8 bushels per acre, compared with Ufi bushels last year and 18.2 bushels the 1908-12 average. nay Condition. 87.8 per cent of a nor mal, compared with 88.6 per cent on May 1, 1918. and 89.8 .per cent last year, Paatyroa Condition S9.8-per cen of a normal, compared with 87.1 per cent on May J. 1913, $S.7 per cent in 1912 and 8.6 pef cent the ten-year average. Peruteat AnvvrOatng- u the Rose! i4 Big Returns. Bellevue. Acadamy and Normal College Graduate Classes The graduation oxerclses ot the Belle vuo College Normal school. Teachers' college and academy were held Saturday evening In the First Presbyterian church. Twenty-two graduates from tho normal department of the college received cer tificates and threo graduates received di plomas for completing the courso of study In tho preparatory department, which will admit them as members ot the fresh mant class In full standing the coming school year. ; ( The address of the evening was deliv ered by Superintendent A. C Fisher of Aurora, class of '05. Dr. Btooke presented the certificates to tho graduates. Tho following 'Jecelvo - University first grade certificates: . LUcllo Betz, Chris Bcnderson, Margue rite Nesblt, Clare Huberlo, Hermlo Knapp, Archie Kearns and Albert Dowden. Those receiving. Normal school first grade certificates are: . Graco Hutton, Katherlno Nielsen, Mar guerite Porter, Lauretta Reld and Mabel tipantpn.. Those receiving Normal school element ary sf&to, certificates are: Emma Anderson, Helen Brennan, Fan nlo 'ClfcVolarid, Adelaide Crawford, Bor- nlr-A 1 3 ( n 1 An... tnhn.An PlnM T r. n n- done1 Alberto Noe, Lydla Underhlll, Jles- sie waison, Tlio itollowlpg students received dlplo' mas as graduates of the. academy and Union High school: Freda Sfholtlng, Grace Walker and Ruth- Weinland. BACCALAUREATE SERMON AT ; BELLEVUE COLLEGE The Rov Charles EJ Baskervillo de'llv- . ... ered the. baccalaureate sermon to tho graduating class of 1913, ot Bellevue col lege, yesterday, morning In the First Presbyterian church. The speaker ot the morning, himself a graduate of tho college and also of Prlncetpn university, dwelt at length .upon the: Joy and worth of a lite ot service, I and; his. words, were especially pertinent to I those of the senior, class entering upon their lfe work, eomo as professional men ' and women, nnd others as ministers. Tho graduating class occupied tho.front pews, and. were clad In the customary academic costume ot onp and gown. TJioi following -members -composo tho class of 1913; Misses Betz, Phelps, Nesblt, Ifanna Knapp, Huberlo, Robertson l Messrs. John son, Kearns, Bonderson, KamanskI, Hanna, Ohman and Dowden. SOUTHERN PACIFIC GETS , PERMIT TO ISSUE BONDS SAN "FRANCISCO, June 9. The State Railroad commission granted today the application of the Southern Paclflq com pany to Issue 330,000,000 of two-year notes at 5 per cent for Improvement of and ex tensions to Its lines. A detailed 'state ment of the uses to which tho money will be put was submitted with the ap-' plication last .Friday. In addition the company plans .to expend during the cur rent fiscal year 218,000,000 from earnings. Spring Time Is Blood Cleaning Time WmtUrful How Quickly Your Entire Systos Awalrona Whan the Blood U CleanMcL IX S. S. 8. Rid Yon of All Blood Disorders. , Jf Vou are , down with rheumatism: If you sneeee, feel chilled, are choked With catarrh, havo a cough, or your skin Is pimpled and Irritated with rash, eczema, or any other blood dis order, Just remember that almost all th'e Ills of life come from Impure blood. And you can easily give your blood a. good, thorough cleansing, a bath, by using- & S. 8. There, is no need for anyone to be despondent over the Illness of blood Impurities. No natter how badly they attack the avs- tem, or how unsightly becomes tho skin, Just remember thero Is one In gredient In S. 6. 8. that so stimulates tho cellular tissues throughout the bpdy that each part selects Its own essential nutriment from the blood. This means that all decay, all breaking-down of the tissues', li checked and repa'lr work begins.' 8. a S. has such a specific Influence on all local cells aa to preserve their mutual welfare and afford a proper relative assistance to each other. More attention Is being1 Elvon to constructive medicine than ever before and 8. 8. & Is the highest achievement in this line. For many years people relied upon mercury. Iodide of potash, arsenic, "physics," cathartics aria ''dope" ir remedies for blood sickness, but now- the' pure, Vegetable 88. 8. Is their safeguard. Tou can get S. a In. any drug store, hut insist upon having It. And yon should take no "chance by per mitting anyone to- recommend a sub- ttltute. And if your blood condition ,1s such that you would .ilk. to .con sult a specialist freely and conflden Itlally, address the Medical Dept., The 'Swift Specific Company, 187 Swift mar- Atlanta, ua. Giricilli's Famous Italian Band AT LAKE MANAWA MADAME FARRDNELLI, Soprano Soloist AND OTHER SOLOISTS. POUR CONCERTS DAILY Until June 14. AT 2:30, 4:80, 8:15 and 10 P. M. During this engagement a charge of 10 cents will -be made for reserved seats at each concert. ' ADMISSION TO VARK FREE Dancing In the Fine Dance Pavilion Every Afternoon' and Evening Boating Holler Coaster Merry-Go-Round Miniature Railroad and Many Other Attractions. Ideal Picnic Grounds. Arrange for Your Picnic Now. Telephone from Omaha Douglas 1305. OR. BRADBURY DEWTIST 1BOO Faraam at. " TJ " otI1 1'hooo Hour. Extracting- SSc t'p Riling ......... Soc I ttrldSeirork . . Kir.U I p Crowns ...... $.ao L"p Plato A. C2.UO Ly Putties For Dainty Feet Tho most' attractivo footwear for any woman as a dainty Pump. Wo aro show ing them in all. correct styles an leathers and in wliite, wih' or with out straps. ... $3.00 to $5.00 1 1419 Farnam John Says: "Bad news travels on Boiler Skates. If Z were to pnt phoney tobaooo In my TRUST BUB TEH 00 OZOASS thoy would know .It .from. Benson to FapllUon by Wed nesday mornlasr-"' John 's Cigar Store 16th & Hurney Sts. PAIHLESS DENTISTRY Wa positive: It extract and tin Teeth Wlthoilt X Pain. IBBBBK?' Dentist What a well known postmaster says - I'vo tried to have jmy- teeth pull ed tor six years and tried, .several dentists, but was always hurt too badly. Today Bailey The Dentist pulled eight teeth and roots, all I had, In my upper mouth. The ex traction of these teeth were wth ,om pain, and I urge any one who is afraid to have tooth pulled t go to this office. Signed, J. II. McQulre. P. 11., I Benson, Neb. No Gas, Ether, Chloroform. Simply applied to tho gums. Prices most reasonable. Easy payment plan. Ko charge for examination. BAILEY THE DENTIST Established 1888. 70S OTTT NAT'S BANK BX,Xt. 10th and Harnay. "The Skysoraper Building." Rich Hair Long, thick, heavy hair. Want this kind? Acer's Hair Vigor promotes growth. Doe not color the hair. Ask Your Doctor. hClfZl TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER gnbscrlbo 3Vi,.v. Itlnsrrateil fentarra AMUSEMENTS. BASE BALL OMAHA it. ST. JOSEPH Ilourko 'Park , JUNE 9, 10, 11 Monday, Jane 9, Sadies' Ssy. GASCES CAIitED 'AT 3'J?,;lt' Cars Lwve aeth and rarnam at 83145.,. BOYD THEATER VAUUJJV1X.I.E and. MOVING PICTURES 3 Bhowa Dally 3, 7 and 9 p. Miming Trrns M,tir rltbout Ptatra or Uriilsr PMrk. .rvf. reiiutvcili witiuiDi pain. Work, kubj--kutcctl ten ) tarsr D .1 JjrSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS "I ' " -..91' 1 1 J f in JW t OlMr ' HHS-