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CONNOR HEIRS ; TO COMPH
Will Cairy Out Part of the Testator'i
Ttra. at Least.
KTEUTI0K3 V AJTOQUlfCED THUS
At Loaat "oe o'f' the Parochial
'' MnU ProTlaea For by Mr.
. Coaaoa. Will,. Bo . Ballt
Helr to the lata Joseph A. Oorinor, while
resisting the probating of the will leaving
a large share of the estate to found pa
rochial achoeUJa Omaha have already de
termined to carry out in part at least the
wlihti of Mri Corinor. . At least one para
chlal school along the plans laid down by
Mr. Connor In the missing will, will be e
tabllshed according to good authority. The
heirs In a written statement announce their
Intention of providing a fund to carry out
some of tho bequests, but would pot dis
cuss the details tf tnelr plan.
It Is said Jthal' one school will be estab
lished probably In Sf. .Peter's parish where
Mr. -Connor- attehded qhurch. The heirs
will oppose the- probating of the will of
December M, JM7. on tfie grounds Mr. Con
nor hftnself ihvalldi.ted. it and that It was
only in course of construction and was not
near snough complete to constitute a will.
THIS', written statement, signed -by" the
heirs wsi glvett out Tuesday:
Joseph "A.- COhnor died September 15
On September is YMp J. O'Connor, his
Inter and housekeeper, with her daughter.
Mrs. Mamie Lamb of Chicago, Grace Cook,
, known a Grace Corinor, -and Mr.' Captain
Moysten, .went-to the -UnltecV States Na
tional bank,.- where tfeseph Connor kept
lita valuable papers In a large tin box
inflor -lock-and key, which v
bv himself.-' -.. . i-
Mr. Millard took the Tox ahd carried It
to the probate court. .hn it wan opened
In tha presence of Budge Leslie, Jixli
Duffte Jt'artatn-Jaoyetan, f.Ilen i
in. Ellen J O
nor, -tirac Connor- and Mm. Mamie Imb,
The. contents were c-arefully gone over
end 'a large envelope lth -"Notes" and
VWIU" wrUton on the envelope was found."
It contained notes covering rent of farms,
ut no will.- - It was decided that an in
vestigation of hla home be made. Cap
tain Moysten, Mrs. Mamie Lamb and
Judge Duffle preceded Ellen J. O'Connor
and Grace Connor to the house. The
three made a - thorough search of the
clothing, -desk and everything In th
house, but no will was found. By this
time Kllsn J. O'Connor and Crace Connor
had returned. In the presence of Cap
tain Moysten, B. J. Lamb of Chicago,
Ellen J. O'Connor and Grace Connor.
Judge Duffle, an attorney, and at present
sitting ort the aupreme bench, aald: "I
have drawn twelve wills for Mr. Connor,
two of them within the last six months.
I I have a copy of the last will and If the
helra get together and agree to accept
this without me disclosing the contents,
whv we can settle this affair at once."
It was decided to think the matter over.
and, on dplng so, they decided that the
will drawn on December 24. 1S07. which
Mr. t'oner had returned to Mr. Duf
fle, and which he had Invalidated
by scratching and writing and which
la claimed to be a copy, was
In the course of construction, and had
never been more than begun, and la now
offered as an unsigned copy with Judge
Duffle as an attorney, his wife having
done the typewriting in the will, and his
sister-in-law claiming to be a witness of
the will. . Now all of the heirs have been
approached by the attorneys, who repre
sent three persons who claim to have been
appoints! executora. They are the Bishop
of Omaha, Mr. Pat Duffy and Judge Duf
fle. Mr. Alfred Millard, Mr. Patrick Moy
sten, Mrs.. Annie Higglns and Mrs. Lamb
and Grace Conner refused to become a
party to the suit. The three heirs by
rivscent went Into court and asked to be ap
pointed administratrices ot the estate. This
was done as was also a special provision
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where Oraoe Connor would be accepted as
an equal heir by Ellen J. OConnor. Mrs.
Josie Hynes and Mrs. May C. Bperry, with
an . agreement tnat tne estate, wnion is
valued at about tfltfO.OOO, be divided into four
shares, and that each would contribute
certain amount to carry out the wishes of
the late Joseph A. Connor, as was known
by them, and also as Judge Duffle has
dlsclueed the contents of the will and his
lyed the contents of the will and his
ffthe Intent to make the requests made
In the will
Signed The Heirs:
MRS. M. J. HYNBS.
Per Mrs. Umb, Attorney,
MAY C. SPERRT.
BLLKN J. O'CONNOR.
MRS. ' VANDERBILT GETS BOY
Alfred G. V'anderbllt Seems Satis-
fled with Decision of the
Mrs.' Elsie French Vanderbilt. former
wife of Alfred Owynne Vanderbilt, was
awarded the custody of' their only child.
William Henrr Vanderbilt. -aared C years.
Judge Gerard of the supreme court Issued -
the nrln.-tn thnt, effect, and at the una
time ' alimerf . th- final decree absolutely
divorcing the pair. ,
Mf VanHorhiit msv hi. inn. mn ai
any time, with the court' approval, after
first giving five days' notloe to Mrs. Van-
derbilt. He was at the Mlneola Horso
.v. .v.. v.. 1 a e
iiu w iiio vuict unj nicu iiv sdbb ssom vs. ks I
final' decree and tha order concerning hla
son. He declined to discuss hla affairs,
but looked happy and contented. Mn.
Vanderbilt is at Newport.
Whlla the rumors of an engagement be-
tween Mrs. .Vanderbilt and Willing
Spencer, ot Newport and Philadelphia are
persistent,' relatives of Mrs. Vanderbilt
deny this, as do Mr. and Mrs. John Thomn I
'ri A nTW... ....... -il
J' J . 1
Toung Spencer wyi,Temalit abroad quni
late thja year. v . . .: ; I
V : ' . ' ' I
People wlUi Ttldney . trouble are so we(k
and exhausted fhat - thoj -are 'only hilt
alive. -Foley's Kidney, Remedy makes
healthy kidneys, restore- lest .Vitality aad
weak,, delicate people are .restored 'to
nealth! Refuse any but Foley's. Sold by
all 'druggists. ; ' t :i " ' ' -
I FARINfi TO TAKF RFiT
Women "eem to Prefer Doctor's Pre
script Ion Than Mach Needed
It Is strange that a woman must make
a great effort to learn how and when to
rest. It comes naturally to most to rest.
It comes naturally to most animals, but
the humsn animal defies this law from the
cradle to the grave. Sleep is better than
medicine, all agree: and yet a woman will
take a tonlo or ptlls or stimulants Instead
ot deliberately going to her room after
supper or dinner and going to sleep. Shs
will prop her eyes open urjtil 10 o'clock and
strain ner acning nerves and muscles
rather than sacrifice the evening hours,
Of course she Is alwavs tired. She Is never I
equal to the vital occasions. I
She always brings half her powers to
perfect any piece of work. She Is tha
woman of a hundred ventures and one
achievement. She needs sleep and she
needs rest, but she takes company, the
theaters, supper party or trolley ride In
stead. Then she wonders why other women
do so much In the world and why she
never has time for anything. She should
learn to keen books and balance her rest
and work accounts every Saturday night.
She would be the richer by It and she
would make alt her family the happier.
be worn in rainy or
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wear, and informal
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Fall and Spring wear.
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NOTES ON OM All A SOCIETY
Yates-Free Wedding Party Enter-
tained at Theater and Supper. ,
GAY ROUND FOR VISITING GIRLS
Brldae, Lasrkesa mm 4 Dlaaer Forties
Belli Given la Their Honor
Happy Hollow Mill Coy
Mr. Harry Well of Cincinnati. O.. was
host at a boa party at Boyd s tneater
Monday evening In honor of Mies Mamie
Free and Mr. J. T. Tates, whose wedding
takes place next Monday. The party of
twelve occupied two boxes, and after the
theater a supper wns given at the Vine
yard of the Roma hotel, where one ot
the rooms had been decorated for the oc
casion. Palms and ferns were used In
profusion around the room and over the
table was suspended a weaning oen 01 1
ferns, from whloh stretched ropes of
smllax and carnations to each place. In
the center of the table was a huge bouquet
of American Beauties. Postal cards ap
propriate to the occasion were at each
place. Mr. Weil's guests Included Miss
Mamie Free, Misa Mazle Tales; Misa Irma
Fuller. Miss Blanche Comstock, Mr. and
M.ra A. II. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Q.
XV. Wlckersham, Mr. J. T. Tates, Mr.
Royal Comstock and Mr. Frank Haskell.
Miss F.dlth Patrick was hostess at a
bridge party Tuesday afternoon in honor
of her guest. Miss Josephine Roche of
Denver, Colo. The rooms had a pretty
decoratlon of red roses and the guests in-
eluded Miss Roche. Miss Mary Lewis
Wood. Miss Mable Marr, Miss Hilda Ham
mer, Miss Elisabeth Congdon, Miss Bess
Moorhead, Miss Ruth Moorehad, Miss Ida
Smith, Miss Loralne Comstock, Miss Mary
Alica Rogers, Miss Francos Gilbert, Miss
Mary Morgan, Miss Marlon Hallor, Miss
,r , . ,, . w.v,.,i
Katheryne MoClanahan. Miss Kather ne
Powell, Miss Helen Rlbbell, Miss Helen
Davis, Mrs. Earl Klplinsjer, Mrs. Robert
F. Smith. Mrs. Louis Clark and Mrs.
For Misa Msorld
Miss Inei Manrld of Chicago, who is
h""" M'9 Irn,,' Howlana. has been
1 noreor guest, at. a numoer ui suuiui klloub,
botn formal ana mrormai. iuesaay even- 1
lng Miss Howland will give a card party
at her home on South Thirty-second street
for her guest, wnert twenty-rour guests
wm be present, 'ine nouse win oe aecoi-
ated wtlh autumn flowters and four tables
w111 ba P'ced for-the game of six-handed
wn tiy- ' ' " '
Thursday morning Miss Eloise Wood will
antertain Tor Miss.; Manna ana ior miss
Ethel Conan. who mill be One Of the brides
m ln" monln- ,n"r1 ml"
Maud Marlott wlir be hostess at an after-lhllll
noon arty omplimenUry to Miss Man-
rid. Friday Mrs; Edward P. Boyer will
enienam vnarmama -b.u .
of her mother, Mrs. E. H. 'Howland. and
Miss .Manrid will bd the 'guest of the club.
' For Miss Pollers.
Complimentary1 to MUs1 Peggy Polleys of
St.. Paul. Minn., guest of Miss Amy Gll-
more. Mrs. T. W. Robinson gave a beauti-
fully appointed luncheon Ttftuday at her
home In Dundee. .The table had a pretty I
trimming ot autumn (lowers and covers I
were laid for fourteen. I
Bn . M iiVp Klekendall enter-
talncil iHntur..TUMdn nvenlnr at their
home for Mr." and Mrs.' '.J. I Anderson
.1 Tl....l. .'IVil. ' Mm ar. 1Lt
" " ' ' 'JT ' "
A. L. ReeqV4 Co-ver were,, laid for Mf.
arid Mrs. AnBerson.'vMr,' and Mrs. Reed,
Mr. and Mt. Whartonand Mr. and
Mrs." Ktrkefldali: 'Following "dinner they
attended- the 'Rejuyeils.tion'of, Aunt Mary"
at the Boyd theater.
Mr. J. Slmonson of Chicago was host at I
one ot tn dlnner parties at the new Han- I
ravr,, M.UI.U.J . . V Mil... " . . . . . . . w .. v. - I
ent were Mr. Charles Courtney, Mr. and
Mrs. Hanson, Mr. Emll Brandels and Mr.
At Happy Hollow
There were two large dinner parties at
Happy Hollow Tuesday evening preceding
the midweek hop. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Din- j
nlng gavo the larger one,, covers being!
laid for twenty-two guests. Mr. and Mrs. I
J. A. Sunderland had thirteen guests I
complimentary to the Misses Inkett of I
OUumwa, la- , I
Other dinner parties Tuesday evening
were given by John C. Drexel. who had
covers tor eignt guosts; Mrs. vanj u-ieson,
three; Mr. T. B. Stevens, five, and Mr.
Turner Haines two.
Several small luncheon parties were given
Tuesday at Happy Hollow. Mrs. G. C.
Thompson had five guests; Mrs. E. E.
Bruce, eight; Mrs. M. D. Cameron, three.
and Mrs. F. W. Carmtchael, three.
Mrs. J. H. Wright, jr., will give a lunch
eon of twenty covers Friday at Happy
Mra George Lake gave a children's party
Tuesday afternoon in celebration of the
fourth birthday of her little grandson, Mas
ter Lawrence Lake. The afternoon was
spent with games for the little ones, ten
children being present.
"" " " "'""
guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. U Anderson of
oraurco. Bu., wro mo guest. m r. ana
" i" v" wiicj" awuu.jr
- AtJ "v. ?"? C,"k', .
v".i, wniwn J oiuu ui
- ' " - -
tn v lurtil anniliv th. Tlrui nA ("S.in
..,Th n-J. ..-.,,. .7 "
club. The afternoon was 'spent In boating,
launohing and sailing.. After supper the
party spent the evening at Camp Smiles.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Eldredge. Mrs. M. J. Eldredge. Mrs. Foota,
Mrs. M. M. Searles, Miss Castello Foote of
Hastings, Neb., Miss Winifred Stroet. Miss
Katherlne Corev. Miss Katharine Rearlea
Mr. Douglaa Melcher. Mr. F. 8. Hamilton,
Mr. Roy Harberg and Mr. George Adams.
Dancing CI ah.
A new dancing club of young married
pwp.e nus oeen organisea ana me nrsi
dancing party was given Monday evening
ri ntpiy x-iimuw. i urn mmiDeri 01 Ifie
I club Include Mr. and Mrs. C. O. George,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cooley, Mr and Mrs,
Henry Doorly, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Cald
well, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Richardson, Mr.
and Mrs. Edsgr H. Scott, Mr. and Mrs.
N. P. Dodge, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moorhead,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers, Mr. and Mrs.
George Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pier
pont, Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Lake, Mr. and
Mra Esra Millard. Mr. and Mra Clarke
Powell, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Morsman, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. George Peek. Guests of the
club Wednesday evening were Miss Faith
Potter. Miss Marie Crounse, Miss Bessie
Yates. Miss Frances Connor of Burlington
la-. Mr. Ross Towle, Mr. Randall Brown,
Mr. Hal Yates, Mr. Harry Tukey.
A surprise dinner psrty waa given to
Miss Abigail Weeden Saturday evening. Or.
tober I, at her home, S214, North Twenty-
fifth street, the occasion being her birth-
day. The evening waa spent In muslo and
games. Those present were Misa Nellie Var-
nkamp. Miss Mildred Rose. Miss Freda
Andreason, Miss Helen Weeden, Miss Janet
Gossellnk. Miss Ruth Swanson, Miss Mary
Gnedrcke snd Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Weeden.
General Wherry, V. S. A., retired, who
has been visiting li.s daughter. Mrs. J. L.
H!nes. and Captnlfl Hmes. for a few weeks.
leaves Tuesday fr Mia home.
Mr. and Mrs. J.,JU Anderson of noatrlro.
KeK are the sncct nf Mr. and Mr. A. 1,.
"MieraiThinrp need.- -h. naa en i-
..if .iujiiu iiiv wwiiii. r ......
In Omaha last week Visiting armv friend.
He enrout to hhla home Ira the east.
Mrs H. t. Dirtcnbncner returnea onv
from the Pacific coast, where she- has
been visiting for the last three months.
Mrs. J. L.. Kaley and son. Don, arc- vi-it-
Ing In Denver, Colo.
font and f.o t.olp.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Nott have returned
from a summer holiday at the seashore
and In the Berkshire hills.
Miss Y:ila M. Clsrk of Omaha, who has
Wn ipndlnt' evPrai weeks In Denver,
was In the competitive chorus which re
cently won the prise In Ba'.t Lake City.
Misa Maebelle Twlss left Thursday
evening for a visit to New York City and
Providence, R. I.
Misa Irma Haskell, who has been visiting
at the home ot her grandfather. Judge
Wllllam A1g,adt, returned to her home in
Mrs. John SkarJcny left Monday for Seat
tle, Wash., to spend the winter. ' She will
visit her son, Albert Skankey.
Captain and Mrs. Hornbrook, who have
been recently stationed in Omaha,-are at
the Merrtam until they find a house. Cap
tain Hornbrook succeeds Cuptaln Clark as
paymaster for the Department ot the Mlo-.
souri. ' '. v .', ,-
The Misses Inkftt of OUumwa, la., are
visiting friend Jn Omaha.
Miss Anita Bruce, -who is the guest of
Mrs. A.' . Hunt returned last evening
to her horoo in Atlantic, la., called by the
Illness f her mother.
Mrs. 11. O. Keim and daughter of Ilar-
riBt,urg, Pa.', who have 1 been visiting Dr.
H. H. Keim for two- months, left Tueeday
for- their home. . ;
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LINES OF THE FALL PETTICOATS
Radical ChaasfO ' in ' Drras Fashion
Necessitate Change 1b In
" der (Garments.
Manufacturers ofTpettlcoats have had
many things to contend with In making up
their new lines for fall and winter wear.
There has been a complete change In 'dress
fashions, and the petticoat manufacturer
hag had ' 'to meet-vthe change In order to
get business. The. question of fit comes
first, and all of the up-to-date petticoats
dosely resemble tiaht-flttlrg tailored skirts
jersey yoke petticoats have been put on
tne market, the lower part being mude up
from the very softest finishes In silks. The
latent French models have been Improved
on by American manufacturers. In order to
meet the requirements of the trade in this
country. In order to get the close fitting
effect. which Is essential, tha unntr nor
tlon of the nettlcoat is aored. and the ear-
I mert, which Is finished off with a flounce,
B,tent fasteners at the side or hiv.
The hablt back 8llk petticoat la also one
of the most popular atyles. The call for
silk knickerbockers has Increased consid
erably of late, and for the American trade
theso are finished off with ruffles which
fall from the knee, giving the effect of a
Injared In a Fire
or bruised by a fall, apply Bucklen s Ar-
nica Salve. Cures burns, wounds, sores,
ocsema, plies. Guaranteed. 26c. Beaton
TO.. AVOID WRINKLES
Woman Should Do All Possible
Retain Perfection of
- ' " race. .
A woman' should, bs. censured for not do
fng all she' possibly cn to keep her face
free from wrinkles. writes a well known
expert. M'nere is really no excuse for a
badly wrinkled, face In these days of pure
cosmetics and sensible massaga. It requires
very little time for the work, and It la so
-."". a- vu. III., l I V UIIC
can do It. Always cleanse the face first
with cream. before washing it. This will
prevent the water from making the skin
harsh. Wash thoroughly In quite warm
water In which has been dissolved table
spoonful of powder borax, rinse well in
clear warm water, dry quickly, and rub a
good skin nourlsher over the face, massag-
ing It In by patting the flesh briskly with
the cushion tips of the fingers, beginning
down on the neck and working up and out
After massaging In this manner for fifteen
minutes, wipe off what oil has not been ab
sorbed, and apply cold water, or better
still, skin tonic. 1 One will not have cause
to worry about wrinkles If you will be
faithful In thla work every day.
The Stomach Does
Hot Cause Dyspepsia
Neither Will It Cure It Because The
Lack of Gastric Juices
The stomach la a strong, powerful or
gan, which is composed of muscles
great strength. It Is filled during diges
tion with gastric juices which, when the
stomach, extending and comDressin th
food dusoiVe. It and separate the nourish
ment froro the waste matter. If however,
these aastrlo iulcea are lackln. th.
i - h , t ..-.v.. f J,,... .
because It has not the tools with which to
The .nstrln Iulcea when In - .
tte d0 wlth 'u odors, fermen-
tatlon and decay, reduca the food to a dis
integrated mass and the stomach then
presses it Into the Intestines where another
form of digestion takes place. Then the
Intestines take from this mass of food all
that is nourishing and give it to the blood.
The waste matter is thrown from tho
If instead of nourishment the Intestines
receive impure deposits combined with
Dolsonous and Imperfect a-aatrlc lule it
n be readily seen that they rmi. r
.uch imDerfct nourishment into th.
Th blood th. belng ab,. to Klve
part of th body that which it requires,
becomes impoverished and disease is spred
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets corrects such
a condition at once. If the gastric juices
are lacking and imperfect these tablets do
their work Just the same. They build up
the elements in the juice which are lack
ing and remove those elements which cause
Meat, grains, fluids, vegetables and deli
cacies, in fact each portion of a large meal
have been placed In a glass vial and
M""' PyKP'P'la Tablets have digested
lnem lo Ju" " healthy
stomach would do.
A large complex, hearty meat iioltis no
terrors for a dyspeptic It Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets are used. Abnormal eating.
ute dlnn". rlL'h fx1" cu "ts to
the stomach, but when Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are used one may eat when and
wht OM wln without dinger of dyspepsia
I or discomfort
row wouaana pnysiciana enaorse and
I prescribe Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and
every druggist carries tnem in stock, price
c Send us your name and address and
we will send you at once by mall a sample
package free. Address, V. A. Stuart Co.,
laU Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mith.
New Tailored Suits
One ycai' ago the possibility of selling suits as good in qual
ity and style as these at $25.00 and $29.75 would have seemed
out of the question; but owing to the recent warm spell trade
conditions were wonderfully changed and our resident New York
buyer, being always on the look out for new things, was fortunate
to procure a vast lot of liigh grade suits at a great reduction in
price. They are all chic new models, made of finest materials
and competent critics would consider the splendid values at
a third more than we are asking.
To appreciate these values you must see for yourself.
JIM PREFERS THE WELCOMES
Mayor Refuses Call of Party Until
Conventions Are Fast.
TEIES TO MAKE HIT WITH WOMEN
Snaps His Fingers la Face of the
Democratic National Committee
and Says He Is His
Mayor Dahlman will remain peaceably at
home for another week before going on the
warpath for democratic votes. This Is his
When the national committee allowed
him to come home from Illinois so as to
bow the knee before King Ak-Sar-Ben and
welcome the delegates to the convention of
the League of American Municipalities it
was with the express understanding that
the first of this week would see Mr.
Bryan's "closest personal and political
friend" again enrouts for the esst to cor
ral votes for the head' of the ticket and
John Worth Xern. But the national com
mittee, reckoned without Us host.;--Mayof
Jim has a mind of his own and he simply
wiggled his fingers and told the powers
that be that he would go stumping again
when ho got good and ready. He will not
be ready before October 13, possibly Oc
tober. 15 or 16.
The chief executive had such a good
time welcoming the delegates to the munic
ipal convention last week that he eould not
resist the temptation to welcome the dele
gatea this week to the national convention
of rural letter carriers. Mayor Jim there
fore stayed in Omaha to tell the mall
carriers that if they will vote for Bryan
and help elect him that he would not de
liver so many speeches In the future for
them to deliver to admiring constituents
and that he might possibly dispose of his
Commoner, which In some localities adds
bulk to the rural mail.
Nest Come the Women.
. The address of welcome to tho letter car
riers has now been delivered, however, and
It would seem that the mayor could now
leave for the east again. But, nay, nay.
The Federated Women's Clubs of Nebraska
meet In Omaha next week and Mayor Jim
Is a great "ladles' man." He could not
miss that, even though his staying in
Omaha might mean the defeat ot the Peer
loss. The women begin their convention
next Tuesday and ,the mayor Wlll on that
day hand out to them a welcome that -will
put all previous Dahlman welcomes com
pletely In the shade. .
The convention of the women's clubs will
be the mayor's last excuse and he says
that he may leave the night of the first
day for the east, or he may remain until
Friday, the day the convention closes. The
mayor will pass up Old Kalntuck, the
land of moonshiners and mint Juleps, but
will go direct to Ohio, where he will at
tempt to change the political complexion
in Taft's home state. He will spend a
week in Ohio and then go to New York for
another week's campaigning.
Y. W. C. A. ANNUAL OPENING
Schedule of Classes for the K4ars
tional Department Is An
nounced. Over K) members and friends of the
Young Woman'a Christian association at
tended its annual opening Monday evening
in Us rooms In the PaxtSn block. The offi
cers and directors received and the secre
taries explained the varloua branches of
work carried on by the associatljn. One
of the most attractive exhibits was shown
by Miss Clara Burgoyne. who lias taken
charge of the association's school of do
mestic science and arts. Samples of arts
and crafts work were on exhibition and
these classes promise to be among the
largest. The educational course of the as
sociation will be more extensive than ever
before, this year and will be broadened
when the new building la ready for occu
pancy. ' The following schedule of classes
lias been announced in the work opening
Bible Tuesday. 10-11 a. m., "Epistles of
Paul," Mrs. Emma F. Byers; 3-4 p. m.,
Mrs. D. C. John: 7-8 p. m., "Studies in
Luke." Miss Ethel G. Hendce; Thursdsy,
7:15-8:15. "Christian Ethics and Social Prob
lems," Rev. D. E. Jenkins, D. D.; Friday,
12:30-1 :u), Sunday school lesson; Friday,
7:10-8:00, 'Book of Acts." Misa Florence
Felt! Friday, 7:15-8:15, "Epistles of Psul,"
Mrs. Kinma F. ftyers. Education Tuesday,
7:15-8:i6. expresaion; Tuesday. 7:15-8:10. Brtg-llt-U
grammar; Tuesday, 8:15-9:15. book and
magasine review; Thursday, 7:15-8:15, busi
ness methods for young stenographers;
Thursday, S 15-0 15. chorus class; , Friday,
7:15-8:15, German (beginners); Friday, 7:30
hSO. EngliKli (or - foreign speaking girls;
Friday, 8:15-8.15, comedies of Shakespeare;
Friday. 8:15-:15. German (advanced); Saturv
day, 3M- AO. Englili fo foreign speaking
girls. Domestic Arts Monday, 13 1-1:15,
iO DOUGLAS ST.
special embroidery; Monday, 2:30-4.00,
course 4, embroidery; Tuesday, 10:00-11:30,
course 2, practical sewing; Tuesday, 7:15-8:45,
millinery; Tuesday, X:15-8:15, course 2, prac
tical sewing; Thursday, 12:15-1:15, apecial
embroidery; Thursday; 2:30-4:00, course 1,
plain sewing; Thursday, 7:15-8:45, course S,
advanced sewing; Friday, 10:00-11:30, course
3, advanced sewing: Friday, 7:15-8:45, course
4, embroidery; Saturday,' 10:00-11:30, course
1, plain sewing for girls under 15 years;
Saturday, 2:00-3:30, special course In sewing,
as may be needed, for young women only.
ELOPERS ARE AWAITED HERE
Married Man and Young- Girl
Said to Be Headed for
With an irate wife and a belligerent papa
on their trails Thomas R. Walters and
Evelyn Jackson of Dixon, IU., are said to
be headed for Omaha to secure a marriage
license and Sheriff Bralley, the police de
partment and Marriage Clerk Furay are
anxiously waiting to give the couplo a
cordial reception on their arrival here.
Sheriff Bralley has been notified by the
Dixon authorities to arrest and hold the
couple if they csn be fonnd.
The details of the alleged elopement are
meager, but t'hey' are lo the effect'' that
Walters Is a married' man and Evelyn a
girl of 17. They were traced from Dixon to
Sterling and there bought a ticket to
Omaha. ' Walters, according ' to the de
scription,, wore a black coat and vest and
a gray cravenette. miss jacason wore a
blue skirt, a white shirt waist, a gray hat
and a light brown coat.
By putting a teaspoonful of sugar into a
quart of paste it wilt fasten labels as sc
surely to tin cans as to wood. Housekeep
Fall Announcement '08
We are now displaying a
most complete line of foreign
novelties for fall and winter
Yoar early Inspection Is In
vited, as it will afford an op-
rortunity of choosing from a
arge Bomber of exclusive
We import In single snit
lengths, and a salt cannot be
An order plaoed aow may be
eVsiirered at your convenience.
1908 CROP i
ers may save themselves much annoyance
In the loss of labels from their fruit cans
when putting up their own fruit by remem
BASE BALL HEADS PP0LITICS
So 'Billy" Mason Refuses to Dlscass
the rolllleal Situation In
Former United States Senator William
Mason of Illinois Is one of the principal at
torneys in the land trial now on in the
United Slates district court In Omaha.
"I must be excused from talking politics,"
said Senator Mason, "as I am here merely
to assist In tho defense of my Old friend,
Fred 8. Balrd. We are not doing much in
poltlca up In Chicago just now, as ws are
taking more Interest in base bail.
"I see that Governor Hughes of New
York Is to speak here tonight and I shall
surely go to hear him.
"Omaha is a great city. It Is a second
Chicago. I have not been here for a long
time, and the city has grown wonderfully
and seems to me to be prospering. It is
destined to become even a greater city than
most of Its friends hope for It."
Senator Mason has been 111 for much of
the summer and shows the effects of his
By using the various departments of Tha
Bee Want Ad Pages you get the best re
sults at the least expense.
Two cups dark brown sugar, two eggs,
one cup butter and lard mixed, one cup
sour milk witli one teaspoonful of soda,
one teaspoonful each cinnamon, : allspice
and ginger, two and one-half cups of flour
with one teaspoonful of Royal baking pow
der. Bake slow.
This is the wiralew message your foot
flashea to your brain when given
tho feeling of easo and power that
comes with wearing tha CR03SETT
Shoo. : ....
$4 and 5$
SOLD IN EVERY TOWN
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, la.
North Abingtoa, jMass.
317 South 15th St. -
Established 1887. .
in! IE ii"3ii
LAST MOUNTAIN VALLEY
The Heart of the Spring W heat licit.
We want Immediate correspondence with
Laud Companies having Kue rgetlc Agencies
or thoBe who can organize Buch, to 'retail
our lands and form Colonies. Unusually
liberal terms to active concerns. No lia
bility. Write us.
WM. PEARSON CO., LTD., ,
853 Northern Bank Ilulldlng,
WIXMPMj. ca-nada. ,