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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1906)
THK-. OiLVFIA DAILY VIA): TIILKSDAV. XOVKMliKK '20.
ALL ARE HIAMFULINOMADA
Rioh a4 Peer Htvs Canw for Gratitude
tad Substanes for Celebration.
CHARITY fEMEMBCRS ns DEPENDENTS
Vfiva lmwtlti at Merer wti
A4atWtr t tha fft f
iJ a m , Aflltortunf Pp-I serv
lr, by Mr. B"lfr. and Brrmoii by Jr.
Torry. Collection for tb Oid People's
horn and otbr charlUos.
4 9. m., AiKtltnrium Adflr M-ll
Troflir Gruil Kap(ts, Mich... and Tom
AIa.ckay of Cbicaro nA IT. Tiry.
7: p. ro., Auditorium RrTilr evening
FYwt Ball Cr aiiirhtrm against Doane, Vln
' I'm fctrwt pu-k. 8: SO.
Boyd Theater "Chrckera, ttiatlnr and
Bur wor! Thrr "Trlnco Otto," matin
Qrphanrm Theater Vaudeville, matinee
Kru Thtttar u.-m the PaciAv' mat
, ln and evening.
! Turkey Kboot-9 a. m., Omtha Gun. club.
Thanksgiving day will b truly day of
i thanksgiving In Omaha anions rtih and
I poor alike. Panto?, office and Mores will
j ha vloe!d. Clubs ami plce of iiniiwm'nt
' will b open. Thr.ru will b three. Mg
meetings at the Auditorium of the Torrey
' acriaa. There will be apacial services at
' some of tha churche. At the Swedish
Methodist church. Nineteenth and Burt
trl. Rev. P. M. Alfvln of Rockfonl.
111., will prpar-h at 9: p. m. and the
lAnlea' Sowing society wlU have a sale of
Who will get the turkeys? This question
In atlrrinir up the entire membership of
the .Omaha KIld club. Three rrumen.-e
turkeya have been hong tip as prizes for a
golf content, medal play, with handicaps,
and all the yolfera of the club will enter.
The lifts will be closed Thursday at 10 a.
m. and all must pay 5 cents for a crack
at tho same. liberal handicaps will be
' iven to . all. ro everyone will have a
chance at tho birds.
Tha Council Bluffs Gun club will hold a
huot for fifteen turkys at the Town-end
grounds at 9 o'clock In the morning.
Ftn Kanpty Stomae.
rawer people In Omaha will pass Thanks
giving day this year without the customary
hltr dinner, probably, than ever before. If
n full stomach, makea a thankful heart,
then there will he few who are not thank
ful. If it In wore blessed to five than to
receive there will be many blessed.
The- outpouring by the people to the
charitable Institution this year Is Un
precedented. Churches, lodges and the
public schools have helped in the rood
work, with the result that the pantries of
tha hospitals tmd homes of the city' groan
with ThankHRlvlngr cheer.
At the Child Savin Institution. Eigh
teenth und Ohio streets, fifty-eight children
are eagerly anticipating a big; dinner, for
the FJka have sent forty pounds of chicken
with their compliments, nnd supplies have
also conic from elsewher-. , The children
are from 3 months to 15" years old.
A big dinner will be provided for the
rhlldrfh at the Petentlon home, where
there are thirty Inmates. Four or five of
them will be allowed to spend the day at
The thirty little ones at the Creche will
sit down to a bountiful Thanksgiving din-
Some Bountiful Mores.
Twenty-five big turkeys, a barrel of cran
berries, ft case of celery, together w ith the
trimmings." have heen received at the
.leaf Bfld dumb institute for , the Thanks
giving cheer of the 190 people there. The
state of Nebraska provides this and the
dinner 'W be unsurpassed anywhere. In
the morning a play will be given In panto
mine, with a setting in early American
history.. The afternoon . and evening will
lie devoted to aoclal entartainment.
The Salvation Army and Volunteers of
America will do a little work. but, nothing
m a large scale, their efforts In this direc
tion being reserved for the Christmas din
ner. The Elks' lodge has sent a bountiful
supply of provisions to the rescue home for
the Thanksgiving dinner.
One place wan overlooked In the general
outpouring, however. Vp to a, Uvte hour
no provisions had been received at the Old
People's home. 32M Wirt street. There are
twenty-nine Inmatea of this institution.
Their appetites are good, but unless provi
sions arrive there will be but a email
Thanknslvlng dinner. -
Great- Dsr for Xewaboye.
It will bo a great day for the newsboys
of Omaha. Mora than ISO of the boys have
apprised "Mogy" of their Intention to be
his guests at tho U. 8. restaurant, where
the onslaught will be begun, at 3 o'clock.
Tha money for tha dinner waa contributed
by several Omaha people and with such
liberality that it .will pay for a flna turkey
dinner and leavo some, toward the Christ
Two hundred pounds of chicken is at tha
county Jfrll, with the other things necessary,
and tha prisoners will enjoy a bountiful
iikmU. There are about 130 Inmatea at pres
ent.. Titers will be a special menu t the
city jail also.
The unfortunates who are forced to spend
Thanksgiving day in the ' city Jail will
; have tbelr sorrows lightened by a dinner
: whlcll Is calculated to make thenl forget
they avnr had ajiy troubles. Mrs. Huston
if tha Cllmajt restaurant, who servaa the
meals t tha prisoners at the Jail, has
prepared en. elaborate menu at chicken,
. turkey, pumpkin pie and all the ether good
things thit go to make a successful thanks-
THIS STORE WILL DE
Closed All Bay
Grand Sale Friday
Bought from the IL IL Co.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
Waists, Wrappers. Etc.
See Big Ad on Page 5
giving, and each prisoner will be given
all he or she can conveniently stow away.
The color line will not be drawn and the
plea?ure of the meal will Tie enhanced by
the supplying of real silverware to assist
th Inmates In the consumption of the
meal. It Is reported that Boston Green
has subsidized the chef and Is looking for
ward to a double stipply of turkey, as he
ha forsworn his allegiance to chicken.
All of the federal courts will adjourn over
Thanksgiving day.' No business will be
transacted In any of the federal offices
during the day.
The postoffice general delivery will close
at 10 a. ra. for the day. There will lie two
carrier deliveries In the business districts
during the forenoon and one In the resi
dence district. No carrier deliveries will
be made during the afternoon.
Svliouls Will Be Closed.
Omaha's public schools were closed
Wednesday afternoon for the Thanksgiving
holiday, which for school children aaid
teachers will extend to Monday morning.
Tuesday and Wednesday the usual
Thanksgiving offerings were taken to tho
various schools and taken 'In charge of by
the principals. These offerings are dis
tributed to charitable organizations and In
some Instances to poor families. All con
tributions received at the high school were
promised to the Visiting Nurses associa
tion, while at tho other tmhoois the Old
People's home, City mission and kindred
societies were made glad and the public
school children taught a valuable lesson in
the blessedneds of giving.
The city hall will be closed Thatugtving
day. In a few cases some of the officials
will drop In during the morning. Major
Barker of the health department will be at
hie post for a few hours during the morn
ing. Chief of Police Donahue usually at
tends his office holiday mornings, "his work
demanding attention even on holidays.
Mor Pa hi mn will, spend Thanksgiving
The Commercial club will not serve lunch
on Thanksgiving, day. The doors , of the
Grain exchange will he dotted- Alt banks
will be closed.
J. A. CREIGHTON PRESIDENT
Count Elected to Succeed Hermia louctze
ef Firit Nation tl Bank.
ACCORDS WITH IATE EXECUTIVE'S WISH
Otber Officers Are Elected at Meetln
of Directors, Brother front
Denver Coins; on -the
John A. Creighton was elected president
of the First National bank of Omaha
Wednesday at a meeting f the directors.
Considerable speculation has been had as
to who would be elected to take the place
made vacant by the deuth of Hcrnuin
Kountse. It was thuught John A. Creigh
ton would not accept the popitlon because
of the labor which Is attached. He has ac
cepted, however. . Other officers elected
were: . F. H. Pavis and Chnrlca T. Kountzu,
vice presidents; Iuther L. Kountae, cashier;
K. . L. Pavis and P. W. Kuhns, assistant
cashiers. Charles C. Kountze of Denver,
brother of the late Herman Kountze, .
elected to, the vacancy in the board of di
rectors. It is known to have been the expressed
wish of the lute Herman Kountze that ho
I succeeded by Count Creighton or his son,
Charles T. Kountze.
WATCHES Frenzer, lith and Dodge.
Xb many families generation has
confided to rn)ratlon the secret
of beautiful hair
REGULAR DAILY USE OF
;":5KJ5) HAIR TOHIC
ASK TOtTB BXAZ.ZB
Hand .10-cents (to pay for postage
nd packing) for a liberal sample.
FAKFl'MCRIE ID. PMID
fd. Pliiaud BaHding NEW YORK
Vm ED. PIN AW 8 Jowl
: ptrfum$, "ia Corrida.''1
Ct.'T OLABS-Frenser. 13th and Podge.
"DER SHUDGE'.TELlT LATEST
Constable with Green Hair Amasrs
Jastlco. from Over the
A good story is being told by Justice of
the Peace Aistadt on die of his able con
stables who la not In the pristine glory
of youth but still has an eyo out for the
eterna.1 feminine, "per Judge" toid the
utory in his own inimitable way to a re
porter for The Bee. but the constahle said
ha did not believe a word of the talei
Judge AltsUdt said: "My friend over
Judge Aistadt said: "My friend over
here ia vat you tail a coruwr-sewer on all
dose rtent medicines you read about und
spends his last mark for the new dinrled
stuff with which to feed hlsaclf, yet. The
Oder day he put up ein dollar for some hair
stuff unt 1 vatulied hlin scratch his hoiit
with it for many times. And py chlmny If
his hair didn't turn green, yes. Ach, such
a business. Put It in the paper."
It Is a Teroarkable coincidence that the
hair of the constable hue- a suspicious
tinge. of the emerald hue but the "only"
judge is responsible fur the story.
la not the kind that will wear clothing
ihat should b gent to the cleaner
where It ran be made like new.
Rather It ia the kind that uses every
modern method to preserve them in
the beet poaaible marner.
, fee the 'phone. We'll cell and de-
Expert Cleaners and Dyere.
1313 June ; Tel. ltoug. OflJ.
Cij miX3 th Vevelty
rice lOc-At all BeeU.
JARDINE DEEDS COLISEUM
Transfers to ' Aa-Sar-Ben uvrrraan
. Pronerty 'Which He Held
A deed a filed Wediu- with the
nglstar of aeMis conveying from W. 8.
Jardlna to tho board of governors of tha
knights of Ak-Sar-Bn too coliseum prop
erty on North Twentieth atirct. The con
sideration named lu t,he document was
M.&00. Mr. Jardine hld the property lu
trust for tha knights for a few days only,
and tha transfer was mj.de to the organisa
tion truire thn two years ago, but tha
dead has only now been placed on reootd.
Tha original mortgage on the property has
bsen cut down from I4.mJ to .',0uu.
HELP MEN TO SAVE MONEY
Employers Will Pay Friday Instead
f Saturday to Avoid Spend
...TJie Switts-Iogti'lon Signal Kfuipnient
company, which recently bought the flhaxpo
machine, shops and began the manufacture
t'f railway signal devices, hes decided to
pay Ita men Friday instead of Saturday.
This la for the purpose of removing as far
aa possible from the employes the tempta
tion of stopping at the saloons Saturday
evening. On Saturdays the banks close et
noon and many a man who wants' to have
money in his pocket Sunday stops Saturday
night at a saloon to cash his check. The
company menas to give all its employes a
chance -to get their money at the hanks if
they so desire.
Railway Xetrs and rersoaals.
A. liohler, gtrerai inannser and vice
prweident of the t'nlon I'acinc, returne-J
frn Chiceno Wednexduy,
Kraatus Young, auditor of the Harrltnan
lines, and a prty of fiienils returned
YVMlnesday fnin a hum in j trip to
AiuiiHtant Suiwrlutendr nt lioyle of ' the
Nnrthwrettru line in lona in Omuna
BuiMTinlindent Foster uf the Mllaau
k"e's lout llii-.s aa lu Owuli WeJutt-oay.
Have f'Ati jcneliy In uiwha
Corley. Jtwelr, lis 8. 16 U. Get
NO MORE GROUND FOR DEPOT
llltnola Central Has Plenty for Fn
largenirot of lialldlog, Say
T.e-at Illinois Central officials say that
road has no intention of buying addition
al laud for enlarging Its freight depot,
as plenty of lend now owned by the road,
iv available for all increase needed for
years to come. TMs depot was built by
tho Terminal company and when the Illi
nois Central made arrangements with the
Wubasb for thet road to use the depot it
was enlarged. Tho business grew for both
roads and the depot was enlarged a second
time and still , there is sufficient ground
for another 100 feet to be added to the
depot if it should be needed.
Colorado Hallroads Advance Wages.
PKNVKH. Nov. 28.Tha Penver & Rio
Grande Colorado & Houthern und Colorado
Midland railways have increased switch,
men's wages t cents an hour.
T. Folia Oeuraue" Oriental
Croem or Magloel etaawtiflor.
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tioa nMiSis tlkt hiftiM,C.ua m4 Lweee
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DA1LEY 3 f.lACtl
5D FLOOR PAXTON BLOCK
HIGHEST CK ADC DClfTISTKT
T Si e Bennett
Closed All Day
Watch . Thursday Evening's
and Friday Morning's Paper
for a Riot of Bargains for
THE RCUIABLB TWB
11 le QoscdAB
TSiursday, Wov. 29
Watch Thursday Daily
Papers for Special Bar
gain OHerings Friday...
Does not depend upon flowers ,
I and palms alone for its beauty
there are mountains wonder
ful natural scenery and charming
watering places innumerable.
And then the air is better differ
ent there's the scent of flowers,
of course, but a drier, finer air,
like Colorado. It is
A Great Winter Resort
California is the place for you
this winter. No other place is
just like it for your winter's trip.
. The direct line to California is the
For California booklets and full
v v. . information inquire at ; . J
X JfJMT. CITV TICKET OFFICE, 1824 FAK.N AM ST.
PHONE DOUGLAS 334.
Saturday is Cigar Day at
SIIERf.lAN & McGONNELL DRUG CO.
THE atll IS A STEADY I. THE OP SMOKERS AT OUB CZOAB COTTMTE1
HOW, AVAILUfO THEMSZLVES OF THE BAXaAIJTS WE OTTE.
Out-of-town custonicrH may liavn clears niailol or expr. Htto.l lv athiins to
the rrio 15c rr box of 'J5 ami 2Hr for lox of 50. Wc montlun iK'low a few of
our lnrlem. but we have a liuinirod more liriiiuls:
l"o Hiuiclies a: llayu, clear iiuvunu Iih- Coluiid rprvantoB (Porto Rico)
ai . ut ni . , ior ic: r- iiox or oo.
lfV llHzi-1 Klrkc. 2 siz-8. So: 112",
b-x of 'St.
l"c TpIU-is for 5c: J.50 box of SO.
Turn iloor llouijuet, 4 for lSc;
Jl.Go Iwx of 13.
2 for 26c tlanclioz & Haya. clear
Iiavann, 7o imvIi: W 'k) box of AO.
lix: Portu Hii OH Tor 6-; r. bnx f 5.
lu.: Grace Kimball for 5c; J1.C5 box
Hubert Burns, 1 for 33c; $3 box of
10o Lady Lnox, 4 for ioc; $1.50 tox
1 Garcia Eros' clear Jlivatiii, 4
for -; 13 box of 50.
l'orto Klfo HtoKlfd, S for Vk:
c Ia Vuolta for 5c; box Of
.Vnd many ittlior hmnrla 1,w.
clKiirs for 5i.'.
.KL,Ia uc. riGAHS S for 1.1c men
tion bolow a low bruiirti now in iiocIi
anrl fold 3 fur
I ar!a .
Only Culvi, .
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
COR. U1H AND DODGE STS.
TO KEEP IM GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN. .
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
Via tho Only Double Track Route
Tickets on Sale Dec. 1st to
4th, Good Till Dec.
CITY OFFICES, 1401-3 Farnam St.
4; Clmc and Drngglat
Don't wait until the eyes
five out sad you are coin
pdled to atop work.
Many people must over
work the eyes, but none
need permanently injure
If the vision feels
strained, get th proper
glasses at once.
Bring your eye troubles
The H. J, Penfold Co.
H08 Farm a St.
M'e hare something extraordin
ary to offer you . In Missus' and
We have jutst received a sUip
ment of Genuine Welt Sole Shoes
Plump Kid Stock Button that
ia better for the money, than we
have ever offered you before,
M'e guarantee that you cannot
find their equal, for the money,
anywhere else In Omaha.
Children's sizes, f rr
5 to 8 2)l,DJ
Children's eUe, tf f "fjr
Mi to ii :...jl,iD
lisKes' sizes, ff
U'. to 4.JU
Dou't fail to tak advantage of
this unjsual bargain.
O LAY IT ASIDE
viiu-u uy a pioce 01 mivvr or out. aTi". ann 'e win
lay it aside so timt you i.nu -f it Ixti.re i.nrisimur
and the wleciion or It will iw otr your mini. hp-nd i
ew lulnutes In our more. C loced all day TliauaoirlvMii
V L zs
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1518 Douglas Street.
Drcxcl Shoe Co.
1419 Farnsm St.
If you have a want that you wish to
advertise step to your nearest phone
and "Phone It" to The Bee. No
need of wasting your time walking
blocks to do a thing that can be
done in your immediate surround'
ings. Call up Douglas 238, ask for
the Want Ad Department, which is
at your service from 8 a.m to 10 p.m.
PEPLTT BTA7Z VETEfUNAKLaJI.
H. L RAMACCIQTTI. D. V. S.
Offlc and Ioflrmary. Stb aod llaaon ll
Wnen You Write to
ren.enibrr it takoa only an extra trol. or
two of th pn to tnniilun th tact U.at
uu a.w Hi aa. iu 'I at Br.
Y TOO CNJOT
cool, dvullcloaa, satJfylnf sinok onv that will banish yoor rares an
life worm living, tut cur and call for tlie old reliable .
V. It. liice alcnautUc Cigar (. ftiauui.iu.i. bt. loul
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