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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, OOTOBKB 30, 1P05.
PEDAGOGUES IN CONFERENCE
Bonttweitern low TsMbtri1 Oon?stisii
Begin ThindftY Eftuiij.
ELABORATE PROGAM HAS BEEN PREPARED
Mres.es Will Be Delivered r Frank
Rnlornoi, Mlu Jann Artdamo
Dr. Loran D. Oabora
Orvllle T. Bright.
The meeting of the Southwestern low
Teachers' association to be held In this citjr
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week is expected to attract an attendance
of between 600 and 700 teachers from out
side Council BlufTs. Advices received by
Oty Superintendent W. N. Clifford, who Is
chairman of the executive committee, would
Indicate that the meeting- will practically be
a state gathering Instead of the attendance
being confined to the southwestern portion'
of Iowa. The sessions will be held at tha
high school, but the official headquarters
of the association will be at the Grand hotel
where will be found tha railroad secretary,
the enrolling committee and tha commutes
The program arranged for tha meeting Is
said to be one of tha best ever provided
for the southwestern association and Is
AT THE PLAY I0USES
Taaderllle at the Orkrm.
Surprises liven the bill at the vaudeville
house this week. Some of them are funny,
others pleasing, some thrill and some shock
not morals, but sensibilities. With these
effects there Is a nice variety and the Mg
Sunday audiences wre well plessed. Eva
Westcott Is billed for a headltner In a scene
from a melodrama that has a very grue
some endmg. and Is, therefore, a novelty on
the vaudeville stage. A society butterfly
comes borne, finds her husband, with whom
she has quarrelled about ftnancee, seated at
a desk reading, and proceeds to try to
lighten the atmosphere with entk-lng femi
nine Jollity and appeal. She even rigs out
In a risque costume for a mask ball, which
has Just arrived with a prodigious bill, but
the husband will not turn and look. Finally
she peers over his shoulder and sees In the
paper the account of a failure that means
their ruin. Then she discovers her hus
band Is dead. The finale Is powerful, also
deadening. Miss Westeott Is vivacious and
cute and handtas th sketch quite as well
as could be expected, but It Is again demon
strated that vaudeville Is hardly the place
Ed Howard and Frank North have a
sketch that Is lighted all the way through
with originality and Is cleverly acted. The
scene In the lobby of a vaudeville theater
Is novel. Each man Is a distinct and fresh
personality on the Orpheum stage. It Is a
long Journey to thla witty little turn from
the knockabout act the two started otit In
Troba, the German Juggler, makes you
bold your breath and the women ujter ex
clamatlons. He catches large cannonballs
equal In many respects to those of the state
meetings. The open meetings will be held and great gun shells on the back of his neck
In the auditorium of the high school while I and seems to like it. Besides being a 'strong
the round tables will be conducted In the
different rooms of the building.
The opening session will be Thursday
evening and the principal feature of It will
be an Illustrated lecture on "Russia." by
Frank Roberson. Friday morning Dr.
Ioran D. Osborn, president of Des Moines
man, he Is no mean equilibrist. Whistling
Tom Brown comes again In his old bar
tender act and pleases with whistling and
vocal Imitations. , Dan Qulnlan and Kellar
Mack spring a new Idea In general layout
and a lot of Jokes, most of them fresh
Qulnlan la a traveling dentist and Mack a
college, will deliver an address and Miss 1 colored patient The two get many laughs,
Jan.e Addams of Chicago will give an In
formal address on "The Hull House Settle
ment." The principal feature of the open
meeting Friday afternoon will be an Illus
trated lecture on "Outdoor Art for School
Buckner Is an eccentric cyclist with a pen
chant for balancing and doing odd trick
such as riding over the footlights and down
the aisle. He contrives so that Ave stage
hands make a hit after he himself has got
and Home" by Orvllle T. Bright of Chicago. I a bunch of applause. Holoomb, Curtis and
From 4 to clock the visiting teachers Webb, two men and a woman, sing well.
will be tendered a reception by the local i together and Individually.
teachers and refreshments will be served.
Friday evening the meeting will be devoted I "The Little Minister," at the Borwood
to an address by Miss Jane Addams on Barrte's beautiful love story. "The Little
HAND-TO-flAND WOLF FIGHT
ftur Watson af Marilssd Tells a Tals (
Exciting Varmint Hunt.
TACKLES FIERCE PROWLERS WITH A CLUB
Fananns Den on Dry Spotted Tall
Creek, Un( Imraaae, Cleaned Oat
ky Aid af a Swift Horse
and Brave Dogs.
"Democracy and Education." At tha meet'
Ing Saturday morning which will bring tha
convention to a. close addresses will be
made by State Superintendent John F.
Rlggs of Des Moines and Dr. A. E. Wlnshlp
Round Table Meetings
The conference meetings or round tables
will be held Friday morning from 9:30 to
11 o'clock and of these there will be thir
teen as follows:
Methods President H. H. Seerley, State
Normal school, leader.
City 8iiDerlntendenta and College People
President Charles E. Shelton, Simpson col
County Superintendents and Rural Teach
ers State Superintendent John F. Rlggs,
Jjes Moines, leader.
Minister," Is being offered-by the Wood
ward Stock company at the Burwoed for
the present week. A spirited performance
of - the piece was given before audiences
that crowded the theater at both matinee
and evening yesterday. Director Long has
worked diligently and patiently to give
the play with the proper atmosphere and
effect, and has succeeded admirably. The
entire strength of the company Is repre
sented In the cast, and the parts are mostly
well located. Miss Lang Is a vivacious and
sprightly Babble, and at times a thought
ful one. She carries off her scene with
the dignified pastor of the Auld ' Llcht
church of Thrums, on the occasion of their
meeting at the cottage of Nannie Web-
Principals of Grammar Grade Buildings I ter, with dash and verve, and in a most
Principal prville T. Bright. Chicago, leader. I convincing way. Her little scene with
Schools Prof. F. C. Ensign. State unl- Micah Dw- third act. Is very affect
Ing. This Is made possible by the splen
did work of Miss Davis as Micah Dow.
Mary Hill Is a delight as Jean, the talka
tive maid at the manse, who declines to
discuss matters with anybody when she has
on her "black alapaca." Florence Ger
ald's Nannie Webster Is also well done.
The play Is beautifully staged, and under
the careful direction of Mr. Long Is most
satisfactorily given. It will remain the
Smith. Drake university, leader.
Natural Science Prof. Bohumll Shlmek,
,B!Hte university, leader.. ,
Business Department President W. H.
McCauley, Capital City Commercial college.
Drs -Moines, leader.
Geography Fr-.f. W. H. Bender, state
Normal school, leader.
Primary Methods Miss Alice E. Hopper,
. iiigmaiMl nrk college, leader. .. .
Kinderaartun Teachers Mies Hattle A.
Phillips, supervisor of kindergartens, Des bill for the .rest of the week"
Music Miss M. Lucile Porterfleld, Council
Drawing Miss Kate Wlckltam, Council
Prog-rant of Open Meetings.
The program for the open meetings to be
held In the Auditorium are as folio
THURSDAY. S P. M.
Music, "The Millor's Wooing" (Eaton
Fanning), Mudrlgal quartet.
Invocation, , President George N. Ellis,
1 a nor college,
"Happy Hooligan," at the Kmc.
The full name of the play as given by
the billboards Is "Happy Hooligan's Trip
Around the World," .and it would be a
mcst enjoyable affair If It were not for
the comedians. Happy himself Is taken
directly from the pages of the Sunday
supplement, and disports himself as nearly
as possible according to the Idea of the
Music, "An Open Secret" (Huntington I castoonist. But Happy In the paper doesn't
Woodman). Miss Porterfleld.
President's address, Superintendent H. H.
Music. "When Mabel Sings" (Oley
Speaks), Madrigal quartet.
Illustrated lecture, "Russia," Frank Rob
erson, New York.
:on Aaoress, "ine Kenectlons of an
try to sing, and Happy on the stage does.
That's when the dream Is over. Happy
can dar.ee, though, but he Isn't funny. As
Happy Is copied from the comic paper.
so the Irishman of the piece Is copied from
Johnny Ray, and he does things as near
i like Johnny as he can. Heaven only knows
Amateur," Dr.' I.ora D. Onborn. president whw Oerman comedian got his Idea
Des Moines college. I but he gets away with It. These three
U:00-Musio. "Mv Love Is I.IVe tha Red. I tw0 Plays. Indeed, the piece Is so
Red Foes", (Hrsndels). Miss Barr. I full of action that one encore Is the most
InfoiniHl address, "The Hull House Settle- I anvhodv will reanonri tn If fair. h -..
ment." Wls tftine- Addams. Chicago. .rMpona " lk tne rest
. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. I cr time to run off what. Is prepared
2:00 Music, mixed chorus from seventh I for the evening.
aim eignin graaes.
As a singing organisation, the . company
Is the best that has visited the' Krug this
season. The chorus Is not large, but has
been chosen with excellent taste, both for
appearance and for musical ability. Its
concerted work Is harmonious and melo
dious. Mile. Valesca, the soprano of the
company, has a sweet voice, not very
strong, but used with good Judgment. The
program contains a number of very musical
"Happy Hooligan's Trip Around the
World" will be at the Krug until after
Wednesday night with a matinee on
TlliiatrateH lecture. "niiUnm- Art tnr
School and Home, ' Principal Orvllle T.
4:00 to coo Reception to our visiting
mends oy c nuncii murrs teacners.
A :0O Mualc hflva' rhorua
Address. "Democracy ana Education.
Miss Jane Annama, C hicago.
9:30 Address. "Waste In Education." State
Huperlntendent John F. RIkks. Des Moines.
10:00 Address, "Tne Hcnool as an invest
ment, " Dr. A.. E. Wlnshlp, Boston.
IIKARIXO IN DOVLK-BCRJIS SlTT
Motion for Hen Trial Will Be Armed
Before- Jndge Tbornell Today.
Judgo Tbornell will arrive thla morning
from Sidney to hear the motion for a new
trial In the Doyle-Burns mining suit. The
hearing is scheduled to begin at 11 o'clock
and la not likely to be completed In one
day. Hon. C. S. Thomas and H. N. Hawk-
Ins, counsel for Burns, arrived from Denver
yesterday. Branch H. Giles, one of Doyle's
Denver attorneys, also arrived last night
and will aaslst John N. Baldwin and
George S. Wright, Doyle's local counsel.
at the hearing today. Charles J. Hughes,
Jr., counsel for Doyle, Is unable to be here approval of the play most enthusiastically,
at this hearing, owing to an engagement recalling Mr. Murphy again and again at
In court In Denver. the end of the second and third acta. "A
Since the last trial Doyle advertised In Corner In Coffee" will be repeated this
the Denver papers asking his friends to evening and on Wednesday evening. On
acquaint him with what information they Tuesday evening and at the Wednesday
Fifty-six years old, six feet, two, in his
stockings, a dash of Iron gray In his hair,
a chest and arms like a Hercules, a face as
strong and rugged as the rock-ribbed hills
of Pine Ridge this is Pete Watson of Mars-
land, the pride of Sioux county. He Is the
finest of horsemen, and the most tireless
hunter of the great Rocky Mountain
Pete was called out of bed last Tuesdsy
evening by an Importunate reporter, who
discovered him among the guests at the
Murray, and he rose like a horse shaking
the dew from his mane, but ready to talk
and to laugh. Like a true frontiersman, he
sprang from sleep with every nerve alert.
"So," he said, "you want to hear some of
my yarns? Well, I don't know any other
way than to Just fire away, and if it helps
you out any, all right. Just wait till I pull
on my socks; this floor la a little cool on my
toes. There, I guess I'm ready.
"I live on Whistle creek, about eighteen
miles southwest of Marsland, where I have
a ranch. My nearest neighbor is Ashbrook.
six miles up the creek, which Is a feeder
of the Niobrara". It's ten miles to Pine
Ridge, twenty to the Dry Spotted-tail coun
try and about thirty to Alliance.
"I rode down to Alliance last Fourth, and
I never ride to a celebration without a good
horse. This time I had my best one, a big
bay of Kentucky blood. I call him Lee; and
I tell you he Is a horse! TTtey were to have
a rough riders' parade, but I found tha boys
all sore at the leader, all riding through the
streets like mad, painting the town in true
cow-puncher style. The leader was ready
to give In, and when he caught sight of my
big Lee caroling up the street, nothing
would satisfy him, but that I should Imper
sonate Roosevelt. He wrapped a long ban
ner around me, and the color put Lee on
bis mettle. I know my horse, and a touch
of the spur set him gambolling and whirl
ing. He can turn on the top of a bushel
measure. The boys began to cheer and soon
they were all crowded around on their
horses. Then I said: 'Boys you see what's
up. They say I've got to run this here
parade. I expect. If 1 only had my wolf
club, I might beat you all over the head
and get you Into line. Now what do you
" 'Go ahead Pete,' they yells. Toil say
go ahead,' says I. 'Go ahead,' says they
again. 'Well, then, darn yer plct'era, you
fellers with grays hike up that street a
block an' git together. You black ones,
'tother way, an' don't ye dare come back
till I tell ye!'
"Well, we had the finest parade last.
Fourth we ever had. The boys all like me,
and they'll do what I say. I expect it's be
cause I'm always up and a-comlng. Darned
If they didn't all line up and holler: Three
howls fer Pete, th' biggest wolf hunter In
th' United States.' The fellers know bow
to do the coyote calls, I tell you, and old
Alliance got a waking up, that's sure. I
felt pretty proud when I rode home next
Breaking I'p a Wolf Den.
"That brings me around .to the way I
happened to break up the den up on Dry
Spotted-Tall.- That is the roughest' spot
of land this side of the foot hills. There
are hundreds of rocky gulches and ridges
and not a drop of water In any of them.
I'd thought for a long spell that there was
a big den In some of them gulches, for as
sure as any of Ashbrook's cattle got to
ranging that way he'd lose a calf or two
Well, when I come back from that cele
bration, along toward night next day, I
saw Ashbrook waiting at my gate long
before I got there. He looked pretty dark
and thundery, and I knew something was
'Say,' said he, how many dogs you got?'
Two grayhounds, two staghounds,'
I know you halnt been out after a wolf
for a long time. said Ashbrook, 'but there's
no use of talking, you've got to get out
now. What do you think. I turned my
big stallion out so that he could get some
thing to eat and drink while we were at
the celebration yesterday and I come home
tonight and found him with both his hams
eat out, dragging himself around, almost
dead, on his for legs. Pete, you've got
down. You can't
give you $2 apiece for all you kill.'
" "Where are your cattle? I asked him.
and he said they were fifteen miles up the
range toward Dry Spotted-Tall. All light,
Ashbrook. You go over to Jake's and to
Williams' and then up to Marsland to the
stable there and get all the dogs you can
borrow. That'll take you all night and
more. I'm going to ride up around your
bunch of cattle so as to get there early In
"I rode twenty-five miles that night, and
Just at the very first streak of red in the
east came upon the herd. I noticed that
every critter was standing and moving
with a shaky, restless motion. A mile
awsy I could bear their low, mournful
bellowing. I worked around to the lee
side, and kept edging In closer, and the (
light was getting brighter all the time.
Just as the sun shot up over the valley 1
saw the long, gaunt, shaggy mother wolf
slipping like a shadow ajong a dry water
The Haee Is On.
"Jerusalem! I turned Lee loose, and I
tell you when I do nobody gets ahead of
me. My four dogs knew I'd sighted game,
for they'd run ahead like mad and stand
up on their hind legs to look. Then they'd
Jump Into the air and whine softly. I'd
forbidden them to bay. The wolf was
carrying the hind quarters of a calf and
did not sight me until I was within a
thousand yards. When she did she dropped
the meal she had Intended for her whelps
and flew for her life. She gained nearly
half a mile In the first burst of her speed,
but I knew the wolves. I saw her swerve.
Away to the other side of the valley I saw
a blue gulch. There you go, you devil,'
said I. and pulled across the angle. Then
the 'Kentucky In Lee began to come out.
Mats of buffalo grass ran together like a
smooth carpet under my feet, and the
sparce July blossoms swept by like stars.
Dry arroyos did not check him. He Jumped
over prairie dog holes, careful and clean,
and he gained, gained. We were almost
near enough for the dogs to sight her when
the wolf dropped behind a little ridge and
we ran almost neck and neck to the mouth
of the gulch. Bhe beat us ,200 yards, and
the dogs had not seen her.
"I did not look for the end so soon.
but Just around the first bend I saw one
last awkward puppy flying to cover. Down
Into the mouth of a hidden den he plunged,
and I knew the mother was there with her
frightened young. I dismounted, and three
of my dogs lay down in the shade of the
rocks, but I took Fanny, my bravest stag
hound, and approached the den. There lay
the bones of twenty calves gnawed and
dented. Hundreds more lay along the bed
of the gulch. That den had been a strong
hold for 100 years, safe between the toes
ot the Rockies.
"Fanny gave one look Into my eyes and
plunged Into the dark hole. I heard one
unearthly yell of rage and out she came,
and close behind her the wolf, bristles up,
desperate, nerved unto death. But her
courage failed when she saw me and be
fore the hound could turn she bolted tor
the open. I gave one yell. My three dogs
in the shade sprang up and at last tbelr
eyes were fastened on the prey. The rocky
glen roared and bellowed to the fierce
canine shouting. I mounted and rode after
them. There was a battle royal on the
prairie when I shot out of the gulch. ' The
grayhounds had overtaken the wolf and the
staghounds were almost upon her. Lord,
how my blood boiled! I couldn't let them
fight it out. I had to have a hand In the
"I never use a gun. I Jerked my heavy
wolf club from the pommel of the saddle
and sprang In among my dogs. The wolf
was a monster, larger than any dog I had
Fanga and claws and eyes were glittering
all around me. Then Is the time when
flfty-six years weigh on me like a feather.
I'm like a savage In those few moments
like those first men who sprang out of
their caves to battle with the prehistoric
"Ah, I can scarcely remember It after
ward. I had her foreleg In my left hand,
my right foot on her neck, and 'plug' my
club came down. . That was all. I carried
my prise to the ranch and there met Ash
brook, Just in from Marsland with four
teen dogs. We caught the male wolf next
morning and within a few days the great
"A Corner In Csgee," nt n Boyd.
Tim Murphy opened a return engage
ment at the Boyd last night, presenting
"A Corner in Coffee." the Cyrus Townsend
Brady comedy he is exploiting this season.
Since the play was offered here three weeks
ago It has undergone a little pruning and
rearrangement, so that Its action moves
better, and the result is a decided Improve
ment. Mr. Murphy has one of his typical
characters In this play, and Is well sup
ported. A large Sunday evening audience
was present last night, and manifested Its
had respecting his relations with Burns.
and he says by this means he has secured
new and valuable proofs In support of his
claim. The defense Is expected to die
number of additional affidavits today In
resistance to the application for a new
What is known as the November term
of the district court will be convened Thurs
day by Judge W. R. Green, at which time
the grand Jury will be Impanelled. There
la an unusually large number of criminal
cases to be presented to the grand Jury.
seeing that It Is not two months since that
body was In session. County Attorney
Hess stated yesterday that he would have
btlnetu fltiten and twenty cases to pre
sent to the grand Jury. The number ot
law and equity cases on the docket for this
term, however, is smaller than for the
term Just closing.
matinee Mr. Murphy will present "David
Gorrlck," preceded by "Uncle Ben; or. My
Boy Accidentally Shot.
Roy Hansen, a l-yaar-old lad. who re
sides with his brother. W. D. Hansen, lit
North Eighth street, had a narrow escape
yesterday from serious if not fstal In
juries. Young Hansen started to spend the
day hunting on the Ellis place, east of
the city, and borrowed a gun from Ellis,
which he commenced to clean, bting un
aware that It was loaded. It happened that
tills had Ht a ahell la one of the barrals
and this 'exploded, tearing Hansen's left
thumb btt and vUiexwlsa xuaiuticc the tutfid.
anoanrBrats stf the Theaters.
At the Boyd theater this afternoon Dr.
Crlatlon. the Paris beauty scientist, will
deliver a free lecture to women n,ly on
nis met nod ror securing and retaining per
sonal beauty. Following the engagement
of Tim Murphy at the Boyd cornea Henry
W. Savage's One organisation In the Ade
Luders musical combination. "The Bhogun."
John B. Henshaw still heads the organlsa
tion, which contalna all the people who
made such a tremendous hit in the bright
operetta last season. Its engagement opens
on Thursday night and concludes on Satur
day night, with a matinee on Saturday. On
Sunday night next at the Boyd Wilton
Lackaya will be seen for the first time In
several years, coming with his greatest
play, 'The Pit." This will be offered on
Bunds y and Monday nights, snd on Tues-
day he will present "Trilby." taking his
famous role of Svengali.
Golden Wedding Celebrated.
ON AW A. Ia.. Oct. 29. -t Special.) Mr. and
Mra. James McWlllians of Ashton town
ship recently celebrated their golden wed
ding Mr. and Mrs. McWUllams were mar
ried at St. Charles, 111., October, ISiS, and
cam to MaeB county ia ixi.
den, and others in Dry. Spotted-Tall, we
to run them .varmlts
poison them, you can't do nothing.
LEAVES GAS JEWIDE OPEfo
Joseph 8hnty( ' an ' Austrian, Found
Dead In Rooming; House ou North
Joseph Shuty was found dead in his bed
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock In a room
over John Ashatz' saloon, 611 North Six
teenth street. Shuty Is a man of 28 or more
and a good-looking fellow. He came In last
Saturday night at about 9:30 and asked
Ashats for a room. He paid for It and
went to bed. He was never seen alive agUn.
When he did not put In his appearance
Sunday Ashats became alarmed and went
to wake him. When the door was opened
the room was found to be full of illumin
ating gas and the. man was seen lying In
bed. The gas Jet was found wide open.
There Is nothing to Indicate that the man
Intended to take his life. All his valuables,
a watch and chain, several papers and 0
In money were found under his pillow.
Shuty was an Austrian by birth and had
taken out his first papers declaring his in
tention to become an American citizen In
Haughton county, Michigan, several years
ago. He had In his grip a number of pho
tographs and In one he appears In army
uniform. There was no discharge paper
among his effects. He came to Omaha on
the Sioux City train Saturday evening and
It Is thought that he had been a harvest
laborer In Dakota.
Several letters written in the Austrian
language were found, but as yet no one
has been found who could Interpret them.
It Is thought that either he did not properly
shut off the gas or that he blew It out. Cor
oner Bralley will have charge of the case.
and it la probable that an Inquest will be
1$ here and if you want
a coat or a winter suit
that is equal to the best
merchant tailor's prod
uct at half the price
paid them you will be
interested in what we
This is our laet season
in the clothes business
and we want to sell the
stock on hand quickly.
$23 COATS $16.50
$25 COATS $17.50
$28 COATS $19.00
$30 COATS $20.0a
$20 SUITS $15.00
$23 SUITS $16.50
$25 SUITS $17.00
$30 SUITS $20.00
PEASE BROS. CO.
1417 Far asm St.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Partly Clondy In Webrasks Today,
Know In Southwest Portion
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29,-Forecast of the,
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska Partly cloudy Monday,
snow in southwest portion; Tuesday fair.
Tor Iowa-Partly cloudy Monday; Tues
For Kansas Cloudy Monday and Tues
day; probably local snows or rains. .
For Missouri Partly cloudy Monday;
showers In southwest portion: Tuesday
colder with rain or snow In north and rain
In south portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BCREAU.
OMAHA, Oct. 29. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years. 1!. 1904. 113. 1902.
Maximum temperature... 41 70 tg 70
Minimum temperature.... 33 33 44 42
Mean temperature 37 f4 K W
Precipitation T .00 .00 .00
Jemoerature ana precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1
and comparisons with the last two years:
Normal temperature 4S
Deficiency for the day g
Total excess since March 1 403
Normal precipitation OS inch
Deficiency for the day 08 Inch
Total since March 1. 1906 24 44 inches
Deficiency since March 1 I 5S Inches
Ieclency for cor. period . 1904.. I S3 Inches
Exc ss for cor. period. 1903 S.4J Inches
henorts front Stations at T P. M.
Station and State Tern,
of Weather. t p. m.
Rlsmarck, cloudy 2
Cheyenne, snowing 34
Chicago, clear 40
Davenport, clear 40
Denver, snowing 30
Havre, clear M
Helena, clear 34
Huron, cloudy at
Kansas City, cloudy 40
North Platte, snowing 34
Omaha, cloudy 41
Rapid City, cloudy 3s
St. lvouls. part cloudy....... .4?
St. Paul, snowing SI
Walt I-ake Citv. cloudy f3
Valentine, cloudy So
vVtlllston. cloudy 34
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
I A. Lcvl rurecajtsr,
to ' .00
What College Girls Eat
By MRS. S.T. RORER
An investigation by Mrs. Rorer. Do you
know how jour girl lives away from home ?
Two other good features:
Good Things for the Thanksgiving Table
HESTER PRICE and JANET McKENZIE HILL T
JVhen Unexpected Company Comes
By MRS. S.T. RORER '...
All in the NOVEMBER Number of V
The Ladies' Home Journal
i 5 Cents a Copy at All Dealers
I to Wis East
THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA, PA
Round trip tickets from Omaha to points in In
... , diana and Ohio at a trifle more than the - one-
way rate. Tickets on sale Monday, November
27, good to return .for twenty-one days, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Here are some, of fhe round trip rates from
Omaha: Toledo, $2.70; Columbus, $28.fr;
Cincinnati, $27.35; Dayton, $26.70; Indianap
olis, $23.20; Marion, $23.10; 'Muncie, $23.90;
Fort Wayne, $22.95.
Three fast trains from Union Station, Omaha,
to Union Station, Chicago, every day. Leave
Omiha 7:55 a. m., 5:45 p. m. and 8:35 p, m.
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