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TTTR OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 22, 1903.
UlUraCBftuMcN ARE D015C
Settl JQit'btn of Corn Exposition
JLmj Reflect Benefits to Clabt.
CL T. TJ. AIEOUICES OTPICEES
r rrift FmMnli of
IftoMkt FrtmtiOTx (ourat t.
!? State StmnsUas;
Th. ttvVJ kltchfn section of the National
Cs ntoHUcn b. held In Omaha D
ctojbsr t to U should b of especial Inter
flt ta club women of Nebraska and Iowa.
TSfiatts all ulll not bn able to take advantage
oi. tho exceptional opportunities It will af
fnt4 In domestic science, the plan adopted
T the nuinagnneiit by which delegate, to
till lection are to be appointed makea It
yttsSots tot eluba, especially those Inter
td hi household economics, to (ft much
H second-hand, at least. The laboratory,
n'olch la to be equipped for a-claim of
atxiy, will be open only to young women
between th- ages of 17 and 21 yr-ars, .but
tlics young women are to be appointed by
theth famjers Institutes or their women's
auxiliaries, or by the county superintend
It would be well worth while for the
rluba to interest themselves In these ap
pointments, for the young women taking;
tbla model kitchen course will have valu
Mo suggestions to take back home. Mlsi
Jessica Ban ark of the Iowa State College
at Agriculture, who Is In charge of the
woman's section of the exposition, wtll be
Misted In the modfl kitchen by a corps of
professionals. Including Mrs. Nellie Kedsle
Jones, so well known to rlub women .and
Mrs. Margaret Blair of the University of
Minnesota, ex-chalrman of the General
Kcdrratjon's domestic science committee
AD the other lecturers are from the facul'
tlea of neighboring state universities, while
JIlssj Besack'a assistants In the laboratory
ate all women trained In scientific cookery.
Many of the women expect to spend the
tea days of the exposition In Omaha for
tfce advantages of the lecture course, which
'will cost, for the season, $2.50 in addition
tsj the price of the season exposition ticket,
which la also $2.50. The laboratory fee is
km &50 In addition to the season ticket
State W. C. T. U. Officers.
.Nebraska Women's Christian Temperance
talon has announced the following official
lis of Its officers and department super
intendents elected at the recent state meet'
la' gat Hastings:
General Of fleers President, Frances B,
Men Id. Osceola; vice president, Susanna
Jv. Dally, University Place; corresponding
-.iTinr7, rjmma i... orarreit, central t:ity:
recording secretary, Medora D. Nlckell,
Beatrice; treasurer, Mrs. Laura Tairirart.
221i Burt street, Omaha; superintendents
i uBirarimppii, anu-narcancs, Mrs. u. B.
Corey. alio Vine, Lincoln; Christian cltlsen
shlp. Mrs. Sarah Culver. Alhlon: r-rrtl .-nil
Mrs. Flora Valentine, Pawnee City; domes
tie science. Mrs. Mary Moody Piigh.
Omaha; evangelistic, Hev. Jennie Starkey,
Aurora; franchise, Mrs. Mary Jay, 1118
wood, Lincoln; flower mission, Mrs. L. 8.
'"!, nouin -i wenty-tirst strevt. Lin
coin; juvenile . court, industrial education
nn anu-cnua laoor, Mrs. Clara Burbank,
jonn Twenty-fourth street. Lincoln
U'erature. Mrs. K. W. Kendall, University
Place; legislation and law enforcement,
general officers; Loyal Temperance Legion,
m. vance, wymore; mothers
mwungs, Mrs.' Flora Valtntine. Pixn
. CltTi-nierey and relief, Mrs. M. D. Plumb,
J1 M street. Lincoln; medal contest. Mrs.
..nFiwn j. onnmpton, mmont; medlral tem
perance. Mrs. Minnie AHUIn. Wvm.,r..
' Helen Horshelm, 4914 Chicago
nnyaicaj euucation, Kev.
-nnoti rainier, waveriey; peace-and arbl-
"n, mra. Anna IMIckerson, St. Kdwsrd:
preaa Mrs. , Adelaide Hood, Twenty-fifth
im ininipy, uncoip; railroad work, Mrs.
V. M- Woodward, David City; scientific
irmrnnnt instruction. Miss Josle Sulli
van, imiverrgity Piaoe; social meetings.
asrs. i:naries Florida, Comstock; Sabbath
u. i L rrna Hansen. 'Wymore
"""""j" m:iuii worn, ivirs. f. Hartley,
iJineoin; systematic giving, Mrs. Stella
V Banks. North Platr; templo, Mrs. Helen
Hornby. Valentine; temperance and lubor
Mra. Dora Molar; Young Men's Christian
aasurUtlon. Lincoln ; Union oWrker. Mrs
. M. cianin. University place; Union
""Prier. Aoeiuioe iwoa, Twenty-
nV. nd Oudley. IJncoln; Union Signal
solicitor, Mrs. Ida Klump, Aurora; work
among foreigners, Mrs. George P. Carley
Thirteenth and Harrison streets. South
nana; work among Indians, Mrs. Lydia
Bx-Prealdenta to Serve.
iTe executive board of the Nebraska
Federation of Women's clubs has an
nounced that Mrs. Draper Smith, former
state president, has consented to serve In
an advisory capacity on the state federa
tion's Industrial committee, of which she
n chairman for several years. Mrs.
v. iu Langworthy of Seward, also a former
state president, and chairman of the art
committee, will serve In an advisory ca
parity on the art committee. Six of the
i.nrer state presidents have accepted
places on standing committees which prom-
aies well for the work in the state.
, . Woman's -Club Note.
The Woman's club social science depart
ment will present two most interesting sub
jects Monday afternoon. The phtlosonhv
of Kmma. Goldman, during her recent visit
to Omnha. will be presented by Mrs. C. It.
Ulwer. Mrs. Harriet H. Heller and Mr.
Ll-.tabet.i Scars and -Mr. Ellis V. Graff,
irlmlpal of the Omaha High school will
talk of the "New View Point In Kduca
tlon." Mr. Graff 1 as recently attended sev
eral educational sessions of Importance and
hl3'3 Idress will Include some discussion of
tlirs,-. Be sides the department members,
mothers of high school students are Invited
to alimo. Tim Ttrmprrm win h?" promptly
at Mfl orrV.
The miTrrA t-rrVs iV-mrl-asrni wTd meet
at I rlfs Ttwoday afternoon. Mrs. J. U
Adams rtlna; as leader. Mrs. T. II. Tracy
wta present the current topics ana Miss
liOvW.ind will sing, accompanied by Mra.
John lUarmon. Mrs. Kdward Johnson will
ghre teport of the Boston' biennial.
Tho - literature department will meet
Wednesday morning at 10:S0 o'clock. Mra.
Millard langfeld acting as leader. Thomas
Bailey Aldrlch will be the author con
sidered and Mrs. T. Mayer will read a
paper on the "Difference Between a Short
Story and the Story that Is Merely Short"
contrasting "Voice of the City" with Ald-
riohe's "Margery Daw." Mrs. J. H. Dumont
111 give a paper on the "Difference Be
tween a Short Story and a Sketch con
trasting Aldrlche's "Two Bites at a Cherry'
with Irvlng'a "Rural Life In England."
Mrs. Albert Edholm will give selected read.
trigs from the works of the authors of the
The art department will meet at 10 o'clock
Friday morning, tho following subjects to
be presented: "Rome the Republic and the
Pantheon," by Mrs. G. C. Bonner; "Roman
Round Table," Mrs. William Grlgor; "Evo
lution of the Christian Basilica." Mrs. W.
H. Hancock; "St. Clements," Mrs. Henry
As the regular meeting diy of the musi
cal department falls on Thsnksglving it
has been postponed until December 3, when
Mrs. Edith Waggoner will present the pro
Mrs. Cynthia Westover Aldcn, president
of the International Sunshine society has
undertaken the gigantic task of raising
JGO.OOO before December V. The nursery and
kindergarten for the blind babies of New
Tork are the objects of her efforts and she
has called upon all men who care for theso
little unfortunates to help her
The first of the monthly meetings of the
women s auxiliaries oi ine i-yniscopai
churhces of Omaha, and South Omaha, will
be held Friday, November 27, at 2:30 o'clock
at St. Andrew's church.
Miss Corbett. originator of the Sunbonnet
Babies and the Overall Boys, will give one
of her very interesting illustrated talks
Saturday otemoon, December 5, at
o'clock at First Congregational church, In
the Interest of the Omaha Settlement asso-
o SI Mont Silly
Ttiis hanViOTiie pndnatal "tMbPtiKlon table Is ex-
grtljr es doocrlbod and la tcnirstrfy illostratod.
Piwitirely tlie ffrrtct Taluo ercr offrrd In a
high grade pod rot aJ extension table.
A most notable example of the UNEQUALED
VAIiUES that this store continually presents to the people
Oof Omaha and vicinity. Never before has there been offered
Oyou such an opportunity to oDtain a nign gTaae reuestui
Ertejusion Table at a price usually asked for an ordinary
dining room table. This low price we are able to quote only
duo to the fact that these handsome tables, were made especi
ally for us and were purchased in carload, quantities. They
are constructed by expert workmen and every
Opart receives the most detailed attention. You
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nevery positively never naa sucn a grana op
portunity to duplicate this value. Think of what
other stores offer you at $18.00 and $20.00 and
you will certainly recognize this
TERMS: SI Gash,
W These HANDSOME PEDESTAL
TABLES are constructed of SOLID OAK
of a specially selected and beautiful, grain.
They are finished in a high grade vnrnish
and have a beautiful golden oak finish.
They have easy sliding extensions of a patented design. The
entire Table is rubbed and polished to a piano finish and will
add grace, elegance and luxury to any dining room.' The ped
estal or base is of a very substantial construction and is of a
fine characteristic design. There is no man, no matter how
small his income, but can afford to have one of these tables,
as the terms nre very exceptional and apply only to this table.
ARMY TO ENLIVEN SOCIETY
(Continued from Second Page.)
tend the horso show, which took placo
thore last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Smith will return
this week from tho east, where they have
been visiting for the last five weeks in
the principal cities.
Mrs. Godfrey llolterhoff of Los Angeles,
who has been the guest of Judge and Mrs.
W. A. Redlck for several weeks, left Satur
day evening for her home.
Mr. Isadore Wltmark of New Tork City,
fiance of Miss Viola Cahn, who has been
spending the lust week in Omaha, will
leave Sunday for bis home.
Mr. and Mra. Ourdon W. Wattles, who
are spending a fortnight at their winter
home In Holly wood, near Los Angeles, Cal.,
are expected home Saturday.
Miss Jeane Wakefield has returned from
a short visit in unooin ana win leave on
Tuesday for Kansas City, where she will
remain until after Christmas.
Mr. Pawling of Milwaukee end Lieuten
ant Nathan Bhlverick of. Fort Stn Houston
have arrived for the Mlllard-Merriarn wed
ding, which takes place Tuesday evening.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I lerry
DeM. Hopkins at Port Towesend, Wash.,
Thursday. Mrs. Hopkins was formerly
Miss Gertrude Kutgers Rlngwalt of Omaha.
Mrs. B. W. Nash leaves Sunday for(New
Tork, where she will spend the Thanks
giving holidays with her daughter. Miss
Frances Nash, who has been at Mrs.
Burner's school In Washington, D. C.
The many friends of Lieutenant and Mrs.
Irwin' L. Hunsaker will regret to learn
that they expect to leave Omaha shortly
to join his regiment now Btationed at
Leavenworth, Kan. Lieutenant Hunsaker
is an aide-de-camp to General Morton.
Miss Ruth Brandels left Saturday for
Cincinnati to spend the winter, the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. David Wolfsteln. The
tea which Mrs. A. D. Brandels had planned
to give on the afternoon of December 2 has
been postponed until Miss Brandels returns,
owing to engagements Mrs. WolfBteln has
planned for Miss Brandels in Cincinnati.
Tuesday evening, November 24, Dr. and
Mrs. Wolfsteln will give a largo evening
reception and dancing party at the St.
Nicholas hotel to Introduce Miss Brandels
and social affairs have been planned tor
each day until the holidays.
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O WE AOSQLUTELY CUARAMTEE TO UNDERSELL ANY HOUSE IN OMAHA AND THEREBY SAVE YOU 25 TO 40 tJ
.00 Pedestal Extension TaMe Only SlOiO'o
690 FOR THIS ELEGANT Q
Q As a Most Extraordinary Value
This Thanksgivinjs; Special
is Actually worth $18.00
Special Sale $s
Price only.. JL
Sh-.uldcr Brace and Suspender
The only brae
Positively cures the
babit of stooping.
Produce, thai military effect ao desired.
Women', Glrla'aiid Bojra,
all size $1.00
Men , all sixes 91.23
Bold enly ty th. foUowlaf flesUsrsi
MIESS-D1LL0M DRL'G CO.
B. B, Cornel ltUi and rmta aTtreais,
bole Mannfacturrra and Distributers,
C. BtMDICT CO.. IBC
XATB8T 8TTl.ll. ninOT TIT.
rmt-wiaa work at afoAaraM moss.
aV r M
aa uinvwoin trrmxxT.
Have your fail and winter suit made at
our piaua. Though new tn Omaha. In the
short period of time we have demonstrated
ur superiority in evei j oiu uver omera,
to Um maoy who already nave triad us.
ly uo naa dau m uii ai uur
b-r what she says. Our pr
aWouieae 1b fit. style and wurkmanahiy is
5Q50 FOR THIS FABR1C030
u LEATHER COUCH
TEBMBl tl.00 Oaah, SOe Wtekly.
Positively the greatest value ever
offered In this character of a couch.
It is substantially made and will rive
the best of wear and service. Sani
$6.00 Art Reversible, extra strong
quality, sale price S3.95
$10.00 Brusael Rugs, 9x6 size,
good wearing quality, Bale price,
$15.00 Brussel Rugs, 10-6x8-3
beautiful patterns, sale price,
AFTKK r.VVMKNTS ON
ANY CMX)I)S I'ritCHAS
KI NOW CAN IJK MADK
IF RO DKSIHKD, COM
MKNCINO JAM AUY 1.
S O n S 0 For this Massive Gold
u0 Coin Base Burner
TX&MSt S3. 50 CaaHi $3.50 Monthly
A fnost wonderful value and la,
by actual test, the most econom
ical Base Burner ever constructed.
Every one a Double Heater.
Thoy have large patented fir
pota and special alr-tiitht maga
zine. They are beautifully nick
eled trimmed and every one bears
a positive guarantee of satisfac
S yf 75 For this Economical
kt' Soft Coal Heater CT
TZBMSt BOO Weekly.
Positively the best value ever
tffred In a soft anal heater. It
is thoroughly guaranteed and is
a most economical stove. . It is
heavily constructed and is hand
somely nickel trimmed.
swmiiviPwwftjsM r mam
75 fOR THIS WILTON VELVET
RUG SIZE 9x12 FEET
TERMS! $1.60 Cash; BOo Weekly.
Here is certainly a very big value and one
that I" appreciated by everybody. It Is made
of selected material and Is very closely woven.
Comes In very rich colors, and Is positively
without an equal In this city.
$18!!! for This Magnificent Brass Bed
TXSMS: 91.60 Cash; BOo Weekly. Exactly Ilk. Illustration.)
Positively ine neai value ever OTrt-rua anywnerp in a
Brass Bed. It is substantially constructed sml is made by
expert workmen and with ordinary care should last a life
time. Very highly polished. Jt comes in me run size oniy.
1613 a TARNAM STREETS. OMAHA.
TEBUli BOo Weekly.
(Exactly Uk. Out.)
Tt la made of solid oak and has
five large and roomy drawers,
very best construction, has French
bevel plate mirror supported by
heavy standard. The entire
chiffonier Is highly polished.
This High Grade Steel J O P50 Q
""CS! Range for
TERMS: ta.80 Cash. 13.60 Monthly VmT
This high grade steel range,
complete with upper warming
cloHct as shown in illustration, is
certainly the best value offered
anywhere. It has a large 16-Inch
oven, nickel trimmings and is as
Be Well Dressed Thanksgiving Day $
There Are Great Advantages in Making Your Choice Here
SUITS aoid OVERCOATS
PENALTY BE A COP FOR YEAR
Judife Scares Countryman by '"Threat
ruluK to Place II Im on Po
The threat to sentence a man to a year's
service on the police force as
Dunlshment for having discharged A
revolver on the street and for hav
Ing then thought someone else did
the shooting, was the novel Joke played
on Charles l'orter, a farm worker, in pollc '
court Saturday morning. When lie had told
his story, Judge Crawford told him he had
a good mind to sentence him to walk the
streets as a t luecout for twelve months.
'Please, Judge, I was Just fingering th.
gun in my pocket and forgot it was loaded.
The bullet hit the pavement and I thought
it had come from a seoond story window."
'But what If it had lilt your brother,
who was walking along with yoir?" asked
Judge Crawford, endeavoring to scare
Porter from repeating the performance.
"I n-never meant to m-m-murder any-
body," stammered Porter with a frightened
look on his face. "Please don't give me a
heavy sentence or make me stay till you
get a Jury. I'll go right back home and
start shelling corn again."
'Well," replied the Judge with a wink ot
his eye that the frightened farmer did not
see, "we have some vacancies on the po
lice force caused by some of our men
being killed while on duty. I'll let you off
with a year's service filling one of th.
This stumped Porter, whose real nam. is
said to be Qreen, but lie made one last ap
peal to th. occasional humor-loving Judge
and officer, in the court room, and he
finally was told to go and finish his corn
shelling, after which, he said, he would re
turn to serve his sentence, if necessary.
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"rJSTOf I Pglnt ol W
Your own self-respect demands that you look your best and make
a good appearance on Thanksgiving Day. Jf you wish to ba careful
about the amount you spend this year on doth aa, Brandels can Berve
you better than any other store, be?au8e we sell high class, hand-tailored
clothes at really moderate prices. Three spciais, at
NO VERDICT INJtURDER CASE
Jury tat Gu Schmidt Trial Dlaasjree.
ad Asotbrr Hearing; la ta
Unable to agre. after being locked up
twenty-four hours, the Jury tn the Uus
Schmidt murder case was discharged by
Judge Sears at noon Saturday. Th. Jury
went out about 11:30 Friday and. according
to th. statements to the court, had stood
seven to five on the question of man
slaughter or acquittal from the first. It
is understood th. majurl'y favored a verdict
of guilty of manslaughter.
Schmidt was charged with causing th.
death of Lars Jensen, an old man, with
whom h. was living. Iarsen in his dying
statement declared Schmidt had kicked him
in the side during a quarrel over some
beer glasses. Schmidt denied kicking the
old man and asserted the Injury came from
his straining himself during the tussle.
Schmidt was remanded to Jail to await
a new trial.
LIGNITE COAL ON RAILROAD
Northwestern Makes Riperiment
Material Which Is Plentiful
The Northwfstern has experimented on
oil burning engines in Wyoming and Is
now experimenting with an engine to burn
the lignite coal which la so plentiful In
that state. It I. reported that the new en
gine recently put Into service on the west
ern division lias been meeting all require
ments in a successful manner. The
new burner was designed tj burn Hudson
coal and Superintendent CuntHlon is very
much pleated with the experiment. It is
expected the success of the trial will re
sult in th. building of more engines of a
simitar type. It la also thought this will
lead the Northwestern to extend its lines
to th. coal fields west of Shoshoni.
Two large steam shovels and a large
force ot men are busily at work pushing
the Platte valley line of th. Union Pacific
into Wyoming. Steel is going down rapidly
and th. track should b. into Wyoming
in a short time. Every effort is being
mad. to push th. work as tar as possible
before cold weather puts a stop to th.
RIVER NAMED FOR BRYAN
Repabltraa Stream's Nam. Will Be
thajiged by DesaoeratL
It is reported thai 'on. of tb. changes
contemplated by th. newly elected fusion
legislature as a result of Us success over
the republican party will be to change th.
nam. of th. Republican river. It Is sug
gested th. nam. will ba changed to Bryan.
During the coming week
we offer every Hat, includ
ing beautiful and striking
models in the late modes, at
This discount is abso
lute. This is the week to
make your money go furth
est. If you need a winter hat, if
you would like an extra one
come here this week.
221 No. lGtti St.
Loyal Hotel Block
1 ATS... I
J I 1;
of dainty and attrac
tive styles Included
It Is an .asy matter to do bualna
through Th. Be. Want Ad columns..
Is Not the Only Automobile Made But Is
The Best Value of Any Machine Sold
COMPARE SPECIFICATIONS WITH OTHFIW. THEN COME AND
EXAMINE 1 HE OVEKLANO.
MODEL j ENGINE Four cylinders cast separately, (five bearings
3Q on main abaft).
(SO H. P. 4-lnch. bore, 4-lnch. stroke.
Water cooled thernio-Bjphon.
WHEEL HASE 105 Inches. 32x3 Q. D. Tires.
TRANSMISSION Foot control, planetary.
IGNITION Double system, REMV MAGNETO.
ENGINE The same as Model 30.
MODEL ( WHEEL BASE 110 Inches, Tires 34x3.
32 TRANSMISSION 3 Speed, Sliding Gear, Selective.
31500 ( IGNITION Double system. REMV MAGNETO.
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR MAGNETO OR GAS LAMPS.
Call, p!'on or write fur a demonstration.
tt you ar. p.rplaz.d or.r th. mUlinsry question Tlslt
A .quiet rest here a Uttl. afternoon ua and you will surely hav. aa
Oar land ay TabU XVHot. will satisfy th. most exacting.
Bp.clal Thanksgiving Tabl. XVHot. (win. Included.)
Our preparations for this occasion will warrant us telling you that our
Thanksgiving dljiner will be such as has never bei-u attempted in this city.
Give yourself a treat, pine litre that day.
i miii iuusi ii n i mi i tun v im jjian wTgnnsM'Ss: iri
Brick P. Kuhn,
1812 HARNEY STREET,
n ssi 'jf'.sa mmi'm?fl''l, sins mi uj n u
nn Machine j
pays the rent on a beautiful,
machine, complete with all Jf I
its. wnat rent you pay ay- i
Rent a. Scvvli
$3.00 A MONTH
the latest attachmet
plies on purchatie price it you decide to buy.
Our Rent Machines are delivered at your hom.
No trouble, do expense, Just eall us up by phone.
Nebraska Cycle Co.
Corner 15th and Harney, Omaha.
Telephones Douglas 10B3. Independent A-l(ifl:l.
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