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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEs . WEDNESDAY, DECE.MHEU 10. 11W3.
At firt liate nolli
injr alout them to
indicate their tnic
nature. Tbev look
like ordinary enrcs and are usually treated
as such, some simple salve, wash or powder
being uscl in the bop of drying tfiem up
md stopping the discharge; but while the
place may temporarily scab over, it again
Inflames and festers, becoming a bad
or worse than ever. After awhile the
deadly poison begin to eat into the sur
rounding flesh and the eore spreads with
frlghtfulrapidity. . Then the sharp shoot
ing pains, which distinguish the cancerous
from the common ulcer, are felt, and the
otinfortunate patient ii brought face to face
with the moit dreaded of all maladies, a
Whenever an tilcer of any kind is alow in
healing it should be closely watched, par
ticularly if there is an inherited predispo
sition to cancer. Often times a malignant,
stubborn ulcer starta from a boil, wart,,
mole, bruise, blister or pimple and at last
develops into cancer. For when the blood is
tainted and the germs and seeds of cancer
are implanted in the system, you cannot
tell when nor where the deadly poison is
going to break out.
S. S. S. cures these cancerous ulcers and
chronic sores, by driving out of the system
all the morbid and unhealthy matter that
keeps the ulcer irritated and discharging.
It purifies and strengthens the blood, en
abling it to throw off the germs and poisons,
thus checking the further formation of can
cer cells, and when ail
impurities have been
removed from the
blood and system the
ulcer heals naturally
. - All ulcers, even the smallest, ahould be
looked upon with suspicion and treated
promptly before they become canceroua.
. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, a
perfect blood purifier, and an invigorating
ionic. Write for our free book on Cancer.
The S'vift Specific Co., Atlanta, 6a.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Citirrai Alt ef loaswiter Power
HASCALL FIGHTS FOR DELAY IN MATTER
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lanta, and Aiacon, to Jacksonville, iria.
Homeeekers ticket, at rate of one
piu, 12.DO. on aula Brat and third
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Uoriespondenke Invited and Informa
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FIt fhoasand rrpmentatlve cit-lienS of
Omaha have asked the city council to pana
the Andrew Rose-water power franchisn
rdina,oce. A petition to this effect, signed
by that number af dtlieni and taxpayers
was snhmltud Lo the council last nicht and
rvterred to ths ludlclary oommlUep.
Ths crmnrll also referred the ordinance
to ths Jndlclary committee. It likewise
l efei i eil another ordinance relattnc to the
earns shbjert rntrodnrd by Ooancllman
Basall to the same oommlttee, of which
Haacall la chairman. Both ordinances were
clTen their Brst and second readlnx. The
orlKtnal motion respecting ths Roue water
ordinance) was to lay It over tmder the
rules, but after Hasrall had mads a lsnc
speech and read several chapters from the
stsnntes ef Nebraska agsrhst the proposi
tion, Moant amended the motion and pro
vided for the disposition of ths tvt ordi
nances, which waa mads ot them. fT-".n
here Interposed a promise t hare the
Roeewater ordinance and his own brought
up next Monday afternoon for final consid
eration so a decisive, vets could be taken
BLascaJl terms his ordinance a aenersl
ordinance, making public and universal ths
privilege of securing power plant fran
chises. After disposition had bees .made
of both ordinances a motion by Hoys that
they be published two days "In the official
paper" of ths city waa passed.
Tax CoaamlasloBor's Meed a.
Tax Commissioner Fleming asked an ad
ditional appropriation ot $300 for the fur
therance of the work of his office. The pe
tition was referred to the finance commit
tee. ' ' '
License Inspector S. W. Scott reported
that during the month ot November ho
granted twenty-three licenses, aggregating
fees of $156.50.
City Electrician B. F. Schurlg reported
the oollectlon of $149.66 In fees during No
A resolution by Troatler asking that the
Omaha Gas company be Instructed to place
forty additional gas lamps in the First, Sec
ond and Eighth wards was referred to the
street and lighting committee.
Resolutions by Zlmmsn, Hoys snd Has
call for three aro lights In the Third, Ave
In the Second and three In the First wsrds,
respectively, were passed.
President Karr got a resolution through
giving him one sro light at Thirtieth and
Leave ot absence was granted City At
torney Connell on his application, enabling
him to maks a business trip to New York
The claim of George P. Bemls for dam
ages for Injuries sustained ' by the falling
of an overhead sign waa referred by ths
committee to the city attorney, with the
recommendation that he fix a basis of settle
ment satisfactory to himself and the coun
cil. Ths council passed an ordinance to repeal
the $200,000 funding bond ordinance.
50UR STOrtACH (Acid Dyspepsia.)
Raw Iteeasalaed ae tke (ana ( a
Acid Dyspepsia, commonly railed heart
burn or smir stomach. Is s farm ot lsdlgea
tlon resulUng from fermentation ef the
food. Ths rtsmsch being too weak to
promptly dlgnst It. the food remains until
fomentation begins, filling ths stomach
with gas. and a hitler, sour, burning taste
tn the mouth Is often present. This con
dition soon becomes chronic and being an
every day occurrence la given bnt lit Us at
tention. Because Dyspepsia la not immedi
ately fatal, many people do nothing for the
It Is bow well known among able physi
cians that the whole constitution Is gradu
ally undermined and weakened, that the
nerves and vital organs are seriously af
fected by any form of dyspepsia. This is
plain, aa every orgnn. every nerve In the
body Is nourished by the blood snd the
blood Is replenished from the food digested.
If the food Is properly digested ths blood is
pure, the nerves stesuly, bnt If supplied
from a bout, fermenting, decs ring mass the
blood la vitiated, poisoned and the result Is
shown In sleeplessness, lack of energy, poor
appetite, nervousness. Every trifle Is mag
nified and the dyspeptic sees nothing but
the dark aids of everything.
Within a recent period a remedy has been
discovered prepared solely to cure dyspepsia
snd stomach troubles. It Is known as
StnarVe Dyspepsia Tablets and it Is now
becoming rapidly used and preacrlbed as a
radical cure for every form of dyspepsia.
It la not claimed to cure anything except
dyspepsia and stomach weakness la Its
various forms, but for this It has been
shown to be unequalled. The eminent spec
ialists. Reed and O'Leary, have recently
ststed that they considered Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets an unfailing specific for dis
orders of the digestive organs, and the re
markable cures made In cases of long
stsnding dyspepsia proves that this remedy
has extraordinary merit.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been
placed before the public and are sold by
druggists everywhere at GO cents per pack
age, and while it promptly and effectually
restores a vigorous digestion, at the same
time la perfectly harmless and will not in
jurs (ho most delicate stomach, but on the
contrary by giving perfect digestion,
strengthens tho stomach. Improves the ap
petite and makes life worth living.
AIT AIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Charity OcmmittM af OomxaQ Beparta Taw
Calls for AfcntUnDO.
WORK FOR ALL WHO ARE ABLE TO LABOR
Elelrle Uiht (rarsar Ce
the l.arl" Cwei 4 alts Rail
Chairman Queenan of the council com
mittee on charity says there have been
few calls for assistant so far this winter.
He said that front his observations most
ot the able bodied msn in the city wexs
working and consequently there waa a re
duction In the number of calls for assist
ance. "The most calls," said Mr. Queenaa
last night, "corns from women who are
supporting themselves. I havs about a
half doxen of these on my list. There Is
llttls can tor groceries, but there Is a
demand from the few I have mentioned
for fuel. While the funds are low and
there Is no money on hand to psy for
fuel and ' groceries I am doing the best I
can. As tar aa possible I make a personal
Investigation and then give orders on fuel
Grand Army Gleet Officers.
These ofBoera were elected Monday night
by members of Phil Kearney post. No. 2,
Grand Army ot ths Republic: Andrew Ren
wick, post commander; John Mclntlrs,
senior vloe commander; H. J. Petersen.
Junior vice commander; J. O. Robertson,
chaplain; J. W. Cress, quartermaster; J.
O. Eastman, officer of the day; James Mo
Quard, Burgeon: James Aughe, officer of
the guard; Edward Jones, trustee for three
yesrs; James Aughe, 'delegate to depart
ment encampment; Henry C. Powers, al-
KInft's Oaashters' Social.
On Thursday evening the Maglo City
King's Daughters will give a social at the
horns ot Colonel and Mrs. Lott, Twenty
second and H streets. The proceeds will
go towsrd furnishing a room at the South
Omaha hospital. All friends of the order
ae well as those interested in hospital
work, are Invited to attend.
The Thomson-Houston Electric Light
company Is laying conduita on M street.
Excavating for the trenches and manholes
waa commenced yesterday. In this Con
duit all of the heavy wlrea leading Into the
shsl; George Hicks, gusrd; iames Cope,
sentinel; E. J. Seykora and N. D. Mann,
Filiates XXes Baaealr.
Frank Kilinger died at his home. Twenty
fourth and K streets, Tuesday morning,
after an Illness lasting only a couple of
days. Pneumonia waa given as the rsuse
af death. The deceased was a well known
bsrt Aider. Hs belongsd to a number of
lora.1 societies. Funeral services will b
held ea Thursday afternoon at the family
Masrle City Gossip.
Tbe Lotus club gave a dance at Masonic
hail butt night.
Ice Is making rapidly at the Jetter pond
and at Seymour lake.
Councilman William Broderlck was re
ported much better last night.
Mrs. John C. Troutan has returned from
Chicago, where she wss called by the death
of her brother, William 11. McAdams.
The Epworth leagua will tiold a cabinet
meeting In the lecture room of the Ktrt
Methodist Episcopal church at 8:30 o'clock
S. 11. Fisher Is in tbe city looking for his
brother, C. L. Fisher, who Is wsnted In St.
Joseph, Mo., as a witness In an Important
Clover Leaf camp No. 8, Royal Neighbora
of America, will meet Thursday night. The
annual election of officers will be held at
An entertainment will be given at tho
Methodist church on Thursday evening by
the local Grand Army of ths Kepubllo post
and the Woman's Keliet corps.
17 to 1 shot, scored In one race. Results:
First raco. Futurity course, selling: Lou
Welsea won, Jim Brownell second, El Karn
Second race, one mile, selling: Byroner- sub-station at 2314 M street will be placed,
dale won. Stuyve second, Ksherlu third.
Third race. Futurity course, selling: Ned
Dennis won, Malasplna second. Filibuster
third. Time: 1:14.
Fourth race, one mile and a half, steeple
chose: Duke of York won, Ranler second,
Ollnthus third. Time: 8:10.
Fifth race, eleven-sixteenth of a mtle.
?urse: Gold Bell won, Deutschland aecond,
he Fog third. Time: 1:094.
Fremont Bovrlers Win.
FREMONT, Neb., Dee. 9 (Special Tele-
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pins in a mree-same uunnus uiii-u uu
The following marriage licenses were Is
Name and Address.
Dwlght Carl. C'hadron, Neb
Nettle Davis, C'hadron, Neb
Otis W. Spratlen, Bouth Omaha..,
Iena Clement, South Omaha
Harry E. Bt. John, Council Bluffs
Mary A. nest, umana
William H. Wood, Omaha ,
Ida L. Becker. Omaha
BASE BAU.,.VVAjn$. RENEWED
National Leaejne Meets an,d Prepares
Bcaedala of Dates for the . .
NEW YORK, Dec. . The annual meet
ing of the National Base Ball league waa
begun here today, when the schedule oom
mlttee announced that a draft of the play
ing schedule for the year waa ready.
This la said to be a renewal of war on the
Last year the Americana were first In ths
field with their playing dates, and the Na
tional was forced to revise its schedule to
avoid conflicting dates. . '
The schedule whs not considered, how
ever, and It will not be ready for the pub
lic Deiore tomorrow.
Dr. BurkharVs Wonderful Offer.
RAIN MARS COAST
n a a v a
An onDortunltv lost may never return.
Dr. ' Burkhart's Vegetable . Compound Is
' .' guaranteed to cure Kidney, Liver snd
' stomach Diseases, even In their chronic
.. forms; also Rheumstlsm, Catarrh. Malaria,
"' Dlzxlnesa, Coated Tongue, Hesdarhe, Palpl-
" tatlon of Heart and Sleeplessness. 10 days'
trial free. All druggists.
UK. W. S. Hl'HKMART, Clnclanatl, a.
May be. Indulged In the year round-
golf, tennis, autotnoblltng, sailing,
No cold weather.
Take the luxurious California
' Limited, Chicago te Los Angeles
and fiaa Francisco. Ton will enjoy
the dining-car service.
Why frees at hornet'
The California tear deecribed U w
boots; mailed for loo In stamps.
Address Passenger Office,
AtehUoa, Topeka t Santa Fa
Railway. Dee Moines, la.
Treats an forma at
. BtSOtOHS or
I'T n Tears srytn"
"J; lean tn Omaha,
I Hla rwxoarkaMe sua.
J ceae has never feaaa
equaled and evTryeay brtage
IrCg report of toe gao4 he la dotaaV ta4
rsltef V has given,
Kat Springs Trsstmsnt (er Svphlllt
And all Blood Petaons. NO -BRaU-KINO
ObVoa toe sain er faoe and ail eiUeraeJ
ilins of the diMaae dlappeejr at enoe.
BLOOD DISEASE K5
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Uuwt, kioaaj and aUaOaer Lueeaaaa, Hj-
WUiCTC CURUa-LOW CHARaKA
TsLimaM b bmU P. O. htoa 14 Office
evaTtreTui ewM. bejweao axaaaa ea
Lamafaat rrvrww vat Ha. hja. ,
Ingsleslda Her see Sprint to Post la
Wet anal Favorites Are
BAN FRANCISCO. Deo. . The majority
ot the races at lngleuide today were run In
Three favorites won, while Ned Dennis, a
To Meet John H. Converse.
A committee of business and professional
men has been appointed to arrange for a
luncheon to be given In honor of John H.
Converee on his arrival tn this city. Mr.
Converse, with Dr. Chapmuul will spend
Monday and Tuesday of the coming weuk
In Omaha. renresentlnK the evanaellstlo
committee of the Presbyterian church. This
luncheon Is for tne purpose oi giving air.
Converse an opportunity of meeting many
of the business men of the church relative
to evanReiistic work. Opportunity will be
fiven all to hear Mr. Converse and Dr.
:hapman at the First Presbyterian church
next Monday ana i uesaay. ine program
Will be announced later.
With the Bowlers.
In a league game Inet ntght on Clark's
Alleys the Westerns lost three straight to
the Omuhas. Scores:
Lehmsnn ,..187 ITS
Wigman 1"3 174
Zarp li 19
Huntington 1W 104
Emery l&S 243
Jin Damps hla Inncheow oil
fci. would eat
'V7l At "Hashetn Hi
III Ue Street."
Wi Tbert men fnlp
onse" la "Has-
Unlpedheavmtais each day
While Jim ate " Force "bat bow they
The wisest men ail follow him
Save health, time, caah, Ilka "Sunny Jim.'
Tbe Kaady-to-gervs Canal
Sweet, crisp flakes
of wheat and malt.
as the appetite.
Bast foe StonrvSkeK R.es4.
H,Fnrre' Is certainly the best of
everything for Mimh lest.
" Usoass Kiuncis TaAtF.
"Ttyausyoojig, Mills Hotel No. 1,
R New Tork t'lty."
H." D. Reed
956 878 8,715
A Cnamalvn Hraitt.'
tiuckleh's 'Arnlcs Salve, the' best In the
world, cures cuts, corns, burns, bolls, ulcers.
sores snd piles or no pay. 25c. For sale
by Kuhn a Co.
The funeral of Frank Elllgan will be held
December 11, 192, from his residence. Twenty-fourth
and K streets. South Omaha, at 8
o'clock a, m. All members of B. I. L. local
264 are requested to attend and will pleaee
report, at the hall, 1514 Farnam street.
Omaha, at 7 o'clock a. m. By order of
secretary, H. C. EDWARDS.
HARRINQTON O. H., husband of Josle
Rasmusven Harrington, and brother-in-law
of A. C. Nelson, at his home, Twenty
ninth and Franklin atreeta, Monday, De
Funeral, Wednesday, December 10, at 1
p. m., from Latter Day Saints chapel.
Twenty-first and Clark streets. Interment.
Prospect Hill cemetery. Friends Invited.
TALIAFERRO Mrs. Mary E., mother of
T. W. Taliaferro, In Chicago on Monday
December 8, 1903.
Funeral private from residence In Omaha
thla afu-rnoon. Interment at Forest Lawn
thus clearing ths street of a batch of Un
A great many business men and a large
number of residents hsvs neglected to
clean their sidewalks of snow and lee.
The attention of the police was called to
this matter yesterday afternoon and notice
Is to be given to those In the down town
district especially to either remove the
Ice and snow or else scatter ashea. This
Is for the purpose of preventing as far
as possible accidents and damage suits
against ths city.
Inspecting; System Here.
R. W. Bell, master mechsnio of the Il
linois Central, with headquarters at Water
loo,' la.; C. A. Schreyer, general superin
tendent of the Chlcsgo t Northwestern of
Chicago, and D. W. Cunningham, atslstsnt
superintendent, of 'the Rock Island, with
headquarters at Des Moines, were In the
city yesterday sfternpc.n', the guests ot the
officers of the L'nIoB (ock Yards company.
It is understood that iMse representatives
of the railroad wars, looking Into the sys
tem of handling cars, at the stock yards
here. . 4-.; .
Foresters Entertain Tonight
The Catholic Order of Foresters will give
a social and entertainment at the troop ar
mory tonight. This program will be gone
through with: Instrumental music by the
children's orchestra of St. Agnes' church;
address, Rev. Father Fltzpatrick; solo. Miss
Agness O'Connor; recitation, M. P, O'Con
nor; solo. Miss Maud O'Neil; address, Miss
Kearney; solo. Miss Daugberty; national
anthem, Thomas M. Hallorair. Refreshments
will be served at the conclusion ot the
Royal Achates Officers.
These officers hsve been elected by the
Royal Achates lodge of South Omsha: Mrs,
W. M. Davis, president: Mrs. Lillian Els
felder, vice president; Mrs. Edith Mlttlen,
chaplain; Mrs. Mary T. Cahlll, secretary;
J. W. Hosklns, treasurer; Mrs. Etta Schull
marshal; Miss Hilda Akofer, assistant mbr-
Totals 830 843 822 2.495
On Clark's alleys last night B. M. Sar
gent Shoe company e Hears of Council
111 u ITs were defeated by the Drexel Shoe
company's team. For 543 pins. Scores:
728 873 769 2,380
The severe weather has brought a serious
problem to many of the. prtnolpals and
teachers of ths city schools, not only In
necessitating the. absence of many of the
poorer children, but In' bringing to their at
tention the suffering of the many little
ones, too young to be 'in school, that are
In a large measure their , charges. In
a modest way the teachers are each year
doing a missionary work" among ths poor
ot their respective dlstrlots that 'not only
saves the sensltivs feelings of many who
are In temporary distress, . but 1n quietly
providing for the children o( less deserving
and at the aame time stimulating their
prlda to do for themselves. , How much
hss been accomplished by ths efforts of
the teachers no one but themselves can
appreciate or understand.
In speaking of thla work a principal of
ons ot the large schools on ths south side
said the other day:' "As soon as the cold,
snowy weather begins. I go carefully over
the absent list every day to Bee If tt In
cludes any that may be out far want of
clothing and experience has taught me
that this list Includes many who must not
not be allowed to know that I even sus
pect their need. I have each of my teach
ers watch their children and keep a list
of those whoee shoes are thla or whose
clothing Is Insufficient for cold weather and
rhen these children are absent we visit
their homes and see to It that they are
made as comfortable as possible and re
turned to school. To accomplish this we
frequently have te clothe aa entire fam
ily, as the garments will be passed on to
other members tn spite ot us."
A large degree of, pride exists among
the teachers, too, la the care ot these poor
families, but the'cbeerful esrnestness with
which many of them have trudgad through
ths snow during; the last week, from the
cloae of school until dark Indicates some
thing mors than pride. One prtnolpal In
the north part of the city reported twenty
seven children, all under 14 years of age,
and all cousins who are being clothed and
partly fed through the efforts ot the teach
ers and pupils of her school. Ia another
north side school the principal, with savea
of her teachers, haa apsnt several evenings
ot late mending and making ovar clothing
that has been brought ta to suit the neees
sltles. In several eases garments hsvs beea
exchanged for thoae from another neigh
borhood that they might not be recognised
by the children.
Unfortunately, this humane work kas not
beea done In all of the echools. even where
U is necessary, but there are tew build
ings la tbe city where some effort has not
beea made and tnaoy a pair at shoes and
other necessary garments have been sup
plied at the expense of the teachers.
The comparatively new industry, ' bask
etry, Is Just now entering all circles and
attracting the attention of educators all
over the country as a means of hand and
brain development. Since the opening of
the schools lsst fall the teachers have
taken It up enthusiastically and a doxen or
more classes of teachers and pupils hsvs
been formed for Its study outside of school
hours. The principal materials used in the
work are raffia and rattan. Raffia, which
Is a product ot the Madagascar palm, .
known chiefly to us aa used by florists In,
tying plants, Is rich In its possibilities.
Rattsn Is ot the palm variety and grows
in the forests of India, twining about the
trees and hanging In festoons sometimes to
the length of 600 feet, though seldom over
an inch 'In diameter. Basket workera sre
not dependent upon these materials, for
willows have lent themselves to the mak
ing of serviceable baskets, and even the
reeds, twigs, vines and grasses have found
a use. .Pretty effects are being produced
by coloring both raffia and rattan and In
working with the vegetable dyea, other
dyea have been discovered when lesst ex
pected. Tbe meaning and symbolism of the
designs on baskets Is one of tbe most fasci
nating and Important branches of ths
study. Not only is there a distinct symbo
lism In the design woven Into ths basket,
but In many cases the baskets themselves
are symbols. In basketry was the dswn ot
mathematics to ths aboriginal worker. To
prepare splints all of exactly the sams
width and then to weave them according
to perfect measurement this was excellent
art training for both the eyes and hands.
Dr. Otis T. Mason hss said: "Careful
study ot the homely occupstlons of ssvsgs
women Is tbe best guide to thelrshsre in
creating the esthetic arts. Whether In tho.
two Americas or In the heart of Africa, or
among the peoples of Oceantca, the per
petual astonishment Is not the Isck ot art,
but ths supersbundancs of It."
Basketry has an educational aspect.
Kindergarteners tell us that tbe principles
Involved in ths necessary training ef the
eye and hand are of real value to the little
ones; their skill and ingenuity are brought
Into exercise, scops is given to ths Inven
tive fseulties and there are few children
whe do not delight In the power of making
something likely to be need by someone
they love. The kindergarten gives excel
lent hand training to the very young chil
dren and the laboratory and work shop In
the high and technical school provide for
the older students, hat it la treeuanUy
claimed that the T- school chiidrsa
Totals 681 677 Br 1.817
The Stephens Smiths ''defeated the
Rrownln Klnsrs In a match game on tne
Gate City alleys last night. Scores:
STEPHENS & SMITHS.
W. Lefhalis ....
2d. 3d. Total.
178- : 1H8 , 453
124 v;.lit . 851
r.J02 f,llt ! ' 3S8
109 .,. Hi 845
217 . 174 - 495
"726 - 76 1,980
2d. 3d. Totsl.
156 1.18 441
107 119 893
116 - 106 323
118 107 461
133 118 884
629 682 1,938
are being neglected In this regard and edu
cators are conatantly agitating the matter
Basketry and weaving as connected with
the study of primitive peoples Is a phase
of manual training and It' Is claimed to be
the foundation of occupations that will de
velop hand and brain power and will result
In products of some practical and even ar
tistic worth. "Be ready to fill a plaoe and
sooner or later you will be wanted In such
a position." It Is needless to add that,
roused by ths demands of the time and In
spired by tbe possibilities in store, this
line of work hss been pursued wt'Ji a vigor
and Interest characteristic of ths Omaha
The suggestion haa been made by one of
the teachers that an annual exhibition be
Inaugurated ot the work ot the city echools;
that it be held down town, where It may
be convenient to all,, and especially that
the children be encouraged to attend It. So
much of the regular work Is now being done
on paper and with Ink that ample speci
mens might be selected without any extra
effort. There are now being carried In the
varioua grades a variety of work that Is bo
little understood by ths majority ot school
patrons that tt frequently meets with the
criticism of being superfluous instead of
ths encouragement and appreciation that H
Many other efforts are being made among
the pupils that are wholly misunderstood
by many parents, and It is believed that tt
the results of this training, together with
ths vsrlous steps as accomplished In tbe
different gradea, might he exhibited and
Intelligently explained to the patrons,
teachers and pupils would receive their
much-needed encouragement and help In
place ot the frequently severe criticism
that they now have. "It would be a reve
lation to a good ahare of the parenta,
even those who are sufficiently well edu
cated themselves to appreciate tt. It they
were to carefully go ever Just one set ot
papers of the written work ot the eight
grsdes for a single day," aaid the suggester
ef the exhibit. "The subjects and the
thoughts that are Introduced Into a single
language lesson are of a character that
furnish life lessons to the children, snd.it
Is but right that parents ahould under
stand the line of effort In the schools that
they might work with as. As tor ths
branches thai are ae commonly referred to
as fads, even among teachers et ether
trades whe fall ta on demand them, these
should be ortifMtarl especially, and parents
ahouM endeavor ta Uiuleretand them and
thetr enaaacttoa and haarrng smoa the adu-
t tha wactewi grail as," .
During our Big Xmas Pisno Sale we
make this snecUl ciimhinatlun offer
A Brand New $300 Hleh-Qrade Piano
and an Elegant $225 Player to Match,
Our terms Are $25 cash and $14
Schmoller 6 Mueller,
1313 Farnam Street, Omaha
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The iasue of December 10, 1902 of -
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ud point of IMiW quick Uim from Uf oir pi I lkUoa.
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