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""'THE -' OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: - MAY - 6. lt)I7: Nebraska mm COUPLAMD FOR DEFUSE WORK Governor Neville Completes Personnel of State Council by Choice. ". ,.; SPEED UP REGISTRATION (Prom a Buff Corrilondt) Lincoln, May L (Special.)-Gov-trnor Neville today completed the personal of the state council of de fense by ' appointing George Coup land of Elgin to. represent the agri cultural interests of the state. i r rntmland was formerly regent of the University of Nebraska, and" i rMv indentihea wim agricul tural work, otoning and working a . t 2(VvM,.in M,tv Hi- large farm in Antelope county, has been in Califi MAYOR DAHLMAN PRESENTS SCOUTMASTER. T. S. KELLY WITH A HOE Part of the ceremony incident to the Boy Scout Garden parade. - lifornia during the win ter. In response to a message 01 in quiry by the governor if he would accept, Mr, Coupland quickly re nh'ed in the- affirmative, adding that be would come home immediately and put in all the tirfie he was able and end all the assistance he could to larrying on the work. ," , The governor istoday sending; out etters at the request of President rVilson, to the county clerks, sheriffs ind county physicians of each county in Nebraska, calling their attention to the requirements of the bill now pending in congress, relative to rais ing troops nd asking that they pre pare immediately to take up the work in their respective counties as soon as the bill shall become a law. Each voting precinct will be made registration quarters, where all citi sens coming within the age limit will be required to appear and register for service.. ' Two Early Settlers of Johnson County Dead Tecumseh, Neb, May 5.-(Special.) Two of 4he earliest settlers of Johnson coiinty have died at their homes in Tecumseh this week. Mrs. trances t. tonins, wue m David Collins, passed away Thursday at the age of 64 years. Her father, Robert Price, came to Nebraska and located in Johnson county, near the present site of the town of St. .Mary in 1855. The following year . Mr. Price and his son, Stephen Price, in an attempt to go to mill at a settle ment near the present town of Brbck, Nemaha county, were frozen to death. Mrs. Collins hal lived in Johnson county continuously since-the time her father brought her here in 1855, She is survived .by her husband and five children. , Daniel B. Ray came' to Johnson county before the civil war, locating on a farm here, and he went back, to Missouri to enlist with Company E, Twenty-fifth Missouri infantry. He located here in the year 1859. Fol lowing the war, Mr, Ray returned to this county and was married to Miss Nancy J. Rice here in 1865.- He died Tuesday., Mr. Ray is survived by three sons. - ' '.'"" . ' Judge Dorsey Visits ' r Friends at State House (From a fluff CorrMpondmt) Lincoln, Msy 5.-(Special.)-Judg W. C Dorsey of Bloomington, for mer member of -the- .legislature and the newly appointed district Judge in the Tenth district, which was given an additional judge at the last ses sion, was at the state bouse, today accompanied by . George M. Baird, court stenographer for Judge Dungan of the same district. . Mr. Baird, who has been steno- grapher for Judge Dungan for eight years, has been appointed steno grapher for ' Judge , Dorsey. Mr. Baird lives at Hastings and is a for mer nespaperman, having been con nected with the Cedar Kapids Out look in Boone county twenty , years Thirteen Young Men .T.- . .'. From Nelson Enlist Nelson, Neb.; May 5; (Special.) The young men ot this place are answering the call of their country in the most, enthusiastic way. The following' have left for points of enlistment: MKfford Bottenfield, Ivan Faddack. Orville Paddack. Law- rence Swartt, Paul Littrell, Irvin Litt- rell, Dewey Eckles, Clare J-ong, DeweV Long. Lawson Wehrman, Basil Wehrman, Harry Harper, and Drlhert Peebler. - - Captain William K. Moore of the ' signal corps service has had orders to hold himself in readiness tor fur ther definite orders.- He -will likely be called to Leavenworth, Kan., to oo duty in trie corps service. Cuban Rebels Commit Outrages on Americans Fremont, Neb., May 5. (Special Telegram.) A story' of the outrages of Cuban rebels near LaGrpria, Cuba, come to Fremont in a letter from . Mrs. D. D. Daly, a former Fremont woman, to her father. Cornelius Haw kins. Mr. and Mrs. Daly went to Cuba about sixteen . years ago' and have been residing there since. Their country home has been twice raided i by rebels. Their 15-year-old son was led away one day with a rope around his neck, but was found the following day fifteen miles from home unhurt. I'eople are - flocking to the towns where they may receive protection from the armed guards. , , ; Recruits Given Farewell.. Holdrrge, Neb., May 5. (Special.) An all high schol party was given Charles Mitchell and Dewey hvvan- an, the first high school boys to join : the colors, last night. The high school i band played. Talks were made by , members of the different classes. Be , sides the two, Ronnie Mitchell, Roy Cobb and Reuben Gustafson left last night for the servicer :,. - u ' Sold $8,000 of Grain In Year. '' -' Stella, Neb., May $. (Spechil.) . Charles Raper of Richardson county has sold $8,000 worth of grain and live stock within the year. . Five More Enlist at Beatrice. .: Beatrice, Neb.;1 May; 5.-r(Special.) Five vounsr men enlisted in Com- pany.C yesterday, increasing the membership to ninety.. Ro.bert Patrick. H , ( m . l if;; - w V "ir ? i ;::hk i : ' ; TfVi ' JURORS CONVICT PROMINENT MAN Lloyd W. Bowman of Broken Bow Found Guilty of Theft of Automobile. SAID HE : BORROWED CAB Broken Bow, Neb., May 5. (Spe cial.) Lloyd V." Bowman, charged with the larceny of a thousand-dollar automobile from Joseph Molyneux, was' found guilty by a jury in district court . The case attracted much at tention, as Ihe defendant's family is prominent here. . ' '. .4; r-1. ,' Bowman took- the car from the Molyneux garage On the night-of No vember 9 last, changed the number and drove to Omaha, where lie left it with W. C Shoemaker, a bartender'1 then emplpyed at the Vienna hotel, . Detective Piptin of the Omaha -police force arrested Bowman, who had registered at a hotel Under aft as sumed name, and Sheriff Wilson of this civy nt toOmaha and brought the prisoner to Broken Bow. )' The defense tried to show that B-wman had merely borrowed the car in order to take a joy ride, but ihe evidence introduced by Prosecutdr Kelly was so convincing that the jury remained out only a short time. Thi sentence can be anywhere from one to seven years The case will prob ably be appealed. Koenigstein Case is 'A,.... Reversed by High Court y '(From a puff Corrftipondent.l Lincoln Neb May 5. (Special.) Thet supreme eourt , has (everted the sentence' of Arthur J. Koenigstein, fo'ir.er county- attorney, "of Madison cou..ty, sentenced to the penitentiary oh the charge of receiving money for protection to houses of prostitution 'at -Norfolk;-'? -""" Defendants Say Liquor Sold Before May First Hastings, Neb., May 5. (Special Telegram.) Arraigned today in con nection with the seizure of a wagon load of liquor in a cave yesterday, L. Phillips, former saloonkeeper; Henry Vhrich, porter; ray and Owen Hitler, proprietors of the cave' and Joseph Brower, drayman, gave bond and se cured a continuance to May 17. Phil lips says the liquor was sold before 8 o'clock, April 30, though it was not delivered until May 3. An attorney representing some of the defendants said he would replevin that part of the stock delivered before May 1.. . Form Fife and Drum Corps. Fermont, Neb., May 5. (Special Telegram.) Dodge county.', branch. Nebraska Defense league, has been organized by Karl Kieriinger, whe has charge. , Already the corps has fourteen members and others are being added daily. The corps will fur nish music on occasions when airs of that kind are needed, Fullerton Says Good-Bye . To Major J. E. Storch Fullerton, Neb.,. May 5.-.(Special.) The Knight of Pythias gave a fare well entertainment last evening at tehir hall in honor of Major Joseph E. Storch, who leaves soon for the train ing camp at Fort Snelling Minn. Maior Storch, with three brothers, had active service -in the Philippines during the Spanish-American war. To Make Cold Storage Plant. Fremont, Nob., May 5,-(Special Telegram.) Plans looking toward converting the big plant of the Fre mont Brewing company into a cold storage and ice making factory, are being considered by the offiters. The articles of incorporation have been changed to include handling and manufacturing ice, ice cream, bever ages not prohibited by law and handling and storing liv and dressed poultry and the conduct of the gen eral storage business. Vice President L. P. Larson, who recently bought a large share ot the stock said nothing definite had been decided upon. captain of the Beatrice High school foot-ball for the. season ot iyi, nss enlisted in the coast artillery service and left for Fort Logon, Colo., today. Germans Show Loyalty to Flag, Stella. Neb:. May 5.-(Special.) At Johnson, northwest of Stella, the German Kreiger Verein society held a meeting recently, and the members again store alligiance to the American flag. A resolution was passed to turn over their guns and flags to the mayor of Johnson. Deputy Sheriff Held for- . Alleged Treason Talk Big Piney, Wyo., May 5. (Spe cial.) Because, it is alleged, he pro tested against the enlistment of young men of this district in the Wyoming Nation at Guard, and said that if the taking away ' of the young men .con-, tinued there would be an ' insurrec tion and that he would lead it, J. Black, a deputy sheriff, has been summarily dismissed from office and must face a charge of unpatriotic ut terances, which has been I lodged by the federal authorities. Black has given bail for his appearance. r- " James C Harmison, another resi dent of thit placet has been made de fendant to a federal charge based on alleged unpatriotic speech auent the United. States., government, i Thousands of Sheep Die '! ': Of Exposure in Wyoming Chevenne. Wvo- .Mav S.(Soe- cial,) The wool-growing industry of Wyoming will feel the effect for sev eral years of the heavy losses ot sheep, which have resulted from re cent unseasonable weather in the state. ' Caught by bluzards after they had been shorn, thousands of adult sheep have died end at the same time there has been a loss of new born' lambs so heavy that some estimates place the number of lambs which have sur vived in-the more' severely stricken distriete.st not more than 25 per cent Surviving sheep are in poor condi tion as a result of prolonged weather conditions and Bhort feed and the period of heavy Josses is considered far from an end. The highest price of record ever paid for Wyoming wool is that re ceived by John Hay, a millionaire flockmaster of Rock Springs, for 37J,00 pounds of his 1917 clip. Hay received sv cents a pound from a buyer not stated. Th Stock Growers' National. Bank pool of Rock Springs sold approxi mately oo,uuu pounds to the same buyer for an average of 45 cents per pound. - -. . - -. Dean Byerly of. South . Dakota Uni Resigns Vermillion, S. D., May 5. (Spe cial.) Elmer Lendall Eyerly, vice president of the University of South Dakota, and Attn ot the College of Arts, and Sciences, resigned today ef fective July 1. tie had been reelected at an. increased salary and was urged to reconsider his resignation. Dear!' Eyerly will go to Washington to study problems of food production and distribution and to investigate rural organization. , ' " Persistent Advertising it the Road to Success. s "The Store of Individual Shops" ANNOUNCEMENTS MEN'S SUITS PRESSED M CENTS f DRESHER BROS. Dyara, Claanart, Htttm, Furriers sua! Tailor. ' ; - 2ll-JIT Fnim St. , . Talaohon. Trlw "'! " Wo Coll For mi Dolivar - Mr., Mr 8. and Miss Public: Every courtesy of our storif 'service is rat your, disposal, including the privileges of .. . oar charge system. , ,,T.Vvi; t'V:f Though we have mentioned on-previous occasional certain facts regarding this store, and its methods' " of doing business, we shall repeat a number of the points here and probably make1 mention' of them many more times. -"'"' "''J ' First . 'We want toanake it clear that we do not try to paint the news of our merchandise in any other way than that which will fit with the actual - --facts of the i merchandise. ; ;. ! ' .' -fv .-' Second '.';. V," ''"' ' "It is our aim to make our advertisements reflect ; the actual merchandise in just as great a degree ' . as it is possible to do through printed words. . .. ,-' Third- " y - Because of the recent rumors of our stand with regards to Charge Accounts, we wish to -say in big black type, thaf ' f . . ' : REGARDLESS OF THE PRESENT CONDI if' TIONS, WE ARE GOING TO BE JUST AS. . LIBERAL AS WE EVER WERE IN OUR EF FORTS TO RENDER TO OUR CUSTOMERS J THE BROADEST SERVICE POSSIBLE THROUGH OUR CHARGE SYSTEM. WE SOLICIT YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT. f : BENSON & THORNE CO. May 6th, 1917. A Very, Sale OF 9 "Watch for Particulars ?77. Mattrtu of ; a Million Litth Springs" few . REAL SATISFACTION, COMFORTABLE SLEEP, and : an energetic feeling in the morning all result from sleep- ing on a SLUMBERON Sanitary Hair Mattress. The springy respon siveness of the SLUMBERON i3 really enhanced by its use. , It cannot ; mat down like the inferior cotton or fibre mattresses. ' ' " ; - ; Economy and Comfort The SLUMBERON is the most eco nomical mattress made. Its cost is only a little more than tha inferior grades. Lasts a life time-can be easily reno vated and made as clean as new when necessary. There is more comfort in sleep on a SLUMBERON than on any other.The construction of the genuine curled hair, forms millions of tiny springs, that respond to every curve and movement ot tne body. Yon really should tee SLUMBERON. It will nrpriae jrcur, for It It the first hah- mattress of this quality weighing 40 pounds and 4 feet 6 inches wide that has ever been sold for a price as low as $25.00. Ask your dealer to show you a SLUMBERON. If he doesnt handle them write us and we will send you the name of SLUMBERON dealer near your home, together with our valuable booklet "Correct Sleeping.'' . . , Cudahy Curled Hair Works y Cmaml Offices lit W. Monro Street, Chicago ' Factories! Eut Chicago, Indiana hW , DELCO-LIGHT 1 ; . v i z -.--y i I 8 complete electric H ' e'-' V?y& plant designed to M 3 ::y--Pi T furnish Ught and S I ; v Power to farms, I ' V' y yacht,. houseboats, f ir: churches. delco-light JIC . I I SimpIe-DurableX A, I ' -. C. E. WAGNER 1903 Farnam St Omaha, Neb.