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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 6. 100.
16th St. at
Jos. r. Bits'
Our First Annual Special Sale
Monday, December 7th
Sample Suits. Cloaks
Skirls and Petticoats
75 LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SAM
PLE SUITS AND CLOAKS. The most
beautiful selection of expensive suits and
cloaks ever shown in Oinaha. Most of
these suits and cloaks are of the coming
spring style. They are made in the lead
ing shades of broadcloths and fancy wor
steds. We use only the Skinner satin for
our linings and trimmings. Not one of
these cost less than $27.50 to make. On
sale, while they last, at
$12.50, $14.50 and $19.50
We have made up 300 strictly all
wool tweed, cassimere, worsted skirts,
strictly tailored, of the next spring style.
The value of cloth alone is $6.50. Very
special at $3.95, while they last.
We Make Our
You must see these petticoats to ap
, predate the value. The best of
heavy taffeta silk, extra wide. Ac
tually worth at least $7.50. O QC
One to each customer, at. ,.0w
We are closing out our immense line
of Heat' rbloom samples in all the
leading shades, stripes, plaids and
changeable materials. Q Cn
Values up to $3.95, at JC
204 North 16th St., at Jos. F. Bllz's Stora
Hair Dresssing Hear Goods
Headquarters for natural shades wavy switches, med
ium size, from $5.00 up. Psyche Puffs $4.00 to $5.00. Cor
onet Puffs $3.00 to $5.00 . Coronet Braids from $G.50 to
SI 2 . O O
F 1V1 . Schadell
Oar Store is Ready for Holiday Buying i
If 70a have started to make your Christmas purchases call on us
and look at our line of goods.
Desk Sets' in old brass and hammered coppper. Letter Scales, Li
brary Shears, Book Racks, Stamp Boxes, Twine Boxes, Inkstands, Pin
Trays, Calendars. The work of the finest artists In the world, rocket
Books, Card Cases, Letter Books, BUI Books. The finest that can be
The Moyer Stationery Co.
1616 FAR-NAM STREET.
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M'BRILN SUBMITS D1S REPORT
State Superintendent of Schools Telli
of Term's Work.
NORMAL TEAMING BIO FEATURE
Aarlraltarnl Kderatlon II aa Proved
t Great Yalao In tkr Miner
School at Nebraska Dar
I make the most ex
quisite cream for
face and complexion
that ladies of taste
It is my own prepara
tion, and is the product
of years' of experience.
This cream gives better re
suits, however, after using
Sepre Giovine, of which I
am sole agent in Omaha.
Ladies of culture are invited to my apartments,
Flat 6, Davidge Block, 18th and Farnam, to
inspect my specialties, including Hair bolvent
and Hair Growers.
A fine. Af. Frayer
Phone Douylat 3703
an exceptional prepara
tion tor gentlemen afttr
IT'S EASY TO FIND SUGGESTIONS HERE
No matter what sort of person you aim to please, no
matter what price you want to pay, you can't spend five
minutes in this store without gaining a gift inspiration.
The best that the great importers have found in foreign
lands, the best that American manufacturers have produced
in jewelry novelties and staples, have been drawn out by our
buyer to make our Christmas showing this year the most
complete in Omaha.
You must not think for a minute that this means pro
hibitive prices. On the contrary some of the daintiest, clev
erest creations we are showing surprisingly low in price.
Many fascinating novelties run as low as a dollar or two.
while others mount up to the hundreds. All are given equal
recognition by us.
Visit this store before you make up your mind.
MAWUINNEY H RYAN CO. 15th and Doujtts.
(From a Staff Correspondent
LINCOLN. Nob.. Dec. 6-(Special.V-In
his annual report to Governor Sheldon,
State Superintendent of Schools J. L
McBrien today emphasizes the value of
normal training furnished prospective
teachers of the state through his depart
ment. He presents a number of testimon
ials to the efficiency of the junior normal
schools held under supervlrton of his de
partment and commends the work for con
tinuation. Agricultural Instruction through the me
dium of the high schools of Nebraska, the
report says, has been of especial aid to
the students who have taken the work, as
has the use of the appropriation for the
aid of weak districts. Superintendent
McBrlen thinks the attention given educa
tion by the last legislature will result in
the utmost benefit to the various branches
of work that center In his office.
Junior Normal Schools.
Speaking of the Junior normal schools,
Mr. McBrien says:
The enrollment In the eight Junior
normal schools for the session of 1907 was
1,262, and for 1W was 1.448. making a total
enrollment for the blennlum of i.710. Lur
ing the past six years the total enrollment
in the Junior nornal schools has reached
t.75o teachers. Never did the state do so
much good with so little money in the
professional training of lis teachers.
Senator Jesse L. Root, now a member
or the supreme court, known In the last
legislature as the "watch dog of the trea
sury." after visiting the Junior normal
schools at Alliance and North I'latte, wrote
this department, under date of June 27
19tf, as follows: "1 had time to and did
give my personal attention, both at Alli
ance and North Platte, in th.
done in the Junior normals there, 1 am
not an educator, but I was deeply im
pressed with the value of the necessity for
these schools. 1 regret the appropriation
was not greater for the purpose, although
Is was all that was asked, as 1 remember
Therefore, in the light of the amount
contributed by the local people for the
support of these schools and the opinion
held by Judge Root on the need of a larger
appropriation for their malntalnance and
support, I shall recommend to the next
legislature an appropriation of at least
30,000 for the Junior normal schools.
State Aid to Weak Districts.
Of the appropriation of 50,000 for weak
school districts, the first payment of
Wt was made In January, l9o&, and the sec
ond payment of IS.um will be made be
fore the close of this blennlum. No special
appropriation ever before made in Ne
braska has given school advantages that
have been shared In by so large a number
of school children of the state. The first
payment was apportioned to forty-five
counties, containing 711 school districts en
titled to state aid. with a school census
of 14,351. This means that during this
blennlum over 15.000 boys and a-lrls will
receive Increased school privileges under
the provisions of this act. Although forty
five counties are represented in the dis
tribution of this fund." more than 86 per
cent of the total amount will be received
by twenty-five counties, the larger pay
ment In every Instance going to the north
ern and western counties, and the greatest
benefits being derived by districts show
ing the greatest need of special assist
The good resulting from the enactment
of this law has already been written Into
the official records of the state. In 1SU6-7
there were 330 school districts in the state
that held less than three months of school.
In 190i-8. the year following the enactment
of the law, 238 districts failed to hold a
term of three months or more. A start has
been made In the right direction, but upon
future legislatures rests the responsibility
of carrying forward effectively the good
work that was begun two rears uo. A
condition that compels 238 schoel districts
In Nebraska to hold lees than three months
of school each year Is a menace to the wel
fare of our state and a crime against every
child of school age residing In such dis
tricts. The best evidence of the successful opera
tion of this law Is shown by the very
strong endorsement given it fcy county
superintendents and school officers.
The legislature of I! should not stop
short of an appropriation of lloO.utO stale
aid to weak districts for the next bienmum.
There was not sufficient data for the legis
lature of 1W7 to make an appropriation com
mensurate with the needs of tuese districts.
Any reasonable person who makes a care
ful study of thla question must admit that
tloo.000 for the next blennlum is absolutely
Normal Training; Ulan Schools.
At the close of the present b.ennlum.
March 31, 19o. there will be a surplus of at
least tlo,X on hand in the annrDi lallon for
the normal training high schools, to be
applied on this work for the blennlum be.
I ginning April 1, 1909. For the school year
I 1S07-8 the number of high schools approved
I for normal training under the act of 1907
was sixty-eight, and the number of Juniors
and seniors who subscribed to the entrance
declaration and did the work was 1.M0;
for the school year 19o8-9 eighty-six high
schools have been approved and the num
ber of Juniors and seniors who have sub
scribed to the entrance declaration and
are now pursuing the work Is 1.502.
I recommend that our law be so amended
that a high school maintaining a normal
training class be paid according to the
number of students who complete the nor
mal training course and pass the required
examination for a teacher's certificate un
der the rules now In force for the certifica
tion of graduates of normal training high
schools. Not how many in the class at the
beginning, but how many finish the course
that is the question.
Aarlcnltnrnl High Schools.
On entering upon my official duties as
state superintendent, January 4, l!rr, 1 was
convinced the time had come to empha
sise the importance of agricultural educa
tion and industrial training, and practically
added a new department to the office by
instructing Deputy E. C. Bishop to devote
his whole time to the promotion of this
work during my first term. The success
which crowned his efforts was so phenom
enal that we were forced to continue 1t
during the present term. At this time there
are at Ku.it U.iO boys and girls in Ne
braska Interested In these various lines
of work. This Impels me to recommend
the establishment of not less than fifteen or
more than twenty state agriculural high
schools, under the management and con
trol of the Board of Regents of the I'ni
versity of Nebraska. The course of study
should be the Nebraska High School Man
ual Issued jointly by the 1'nlverslly of Ne
braska and the state superintendent of
Public instruction, so modified as to pro
vide for the theory and practice of the ele
ments of agriculture, manual training and
domestic science. Opportunity should also
be given for work In the theory and prac
tice of manual training and domestic
science In the grades below the high school.
These state agricultura 1 high schools
should be established as departments of
the regular public high schools at the
places designated therefor. Kor the support
and maintenance of these school mere
should be appropriated not less than llou.
0u0. No state agricultural high school
should be established as a department of
any regular public high school unless
there is given to the slate the free use of
a tract of land adjoining, at least five
acres conveniently situated to said high
school, for actual practice by all students
In the agricultural departments of these
high schools under the direction of com
petent Instructors for experimental work
One hundred thousand dollars appropri
ated for this purpose would do more to
promote the general welfare of our great
commonwealth than It Is possible to do
with five times this amount through any
t'er canr I. At each place whe-e a
state agricultural high school Is established
the i ubhc a hool buildings. text b OAs
and apparatus should he placed at the ser
vice of the state, without coat, aggregat
ing In money value nearly W.coa.ov .Thl
plan would give the state 10o acres In ex-
rt-rlmental farms, a fatuity of 1U) mem
ers and a school of ! students, mak
ing the greatest agricultu ai and indus
trial school In tho I'nlled Slates.
I TWO ARTICLES ABSOLUTELY FR
THIS means that all persons having homes to furnish or furniture or
household goods to buy have the opportunity of securing absolutely
free of all cost, either one of the handsome articles illustrated below.
It Is unquestionably the protot offer ever mmle bjr a high
grade furniture house, and one that no one with windom will ignore.
mo THE THREE PROPOSITIONS BELOW EACH ILLUSTRATION
g WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE TO UNDERSELL ANY HOUSE IN OMAHA AND SAVE YOU FROM 25 TO 40 g
BUY USEFUL, SENSIBLE: GIFTS
This Excellent Kitchen
It Is exactly like Illustration and Is
made of selected material. Ha two
large 60-pound flour and meal bins,
two cutlery drawers, with bread and
meat board, and a white maple top.
Dont't fall to see It. Our n
speclal price U. I 0
Ttrmsi BOo Cash, 75c Monthly.
We will Klve this Kitchen Cabl
Inet, absolutely FKEK with every
purchase aggregating $50.00 or
Or, Xo. 2
We will sell the Kitchen Cabi
net Outright al $3.75 on terms of
cents cash, OO cents monthly.
Or, Xo. 8
If during the year your pur
chases amount to $50, the price
of the Kitchen Cabinet will be
credited to your account.
Hil l m
Morris Chair FREE
It Is exactly like Illustration, lias
a solid oak frame, finished In a
rich golden. Highly polished, ha
a full Fprlng seat and nark, up
holstered in genuine fahrli-md
leather. The back can
be adjusted to any de
sired position. Special.
Terms, tl Cash, BOo Monthly.
FOR THIS GENTLEMEN'S
$3.00 CASH;; 92.80 XOITTXXiT.
Kxactly like Illustration. A most useful
and convenient article and one that Is
appreciated and desired by every wearer of
good clothes. It combines a chiffonier
with a commodious wardrobe, finished in
s highly polished golden oak. Actually
For This Handsome
.Pedestal Extension Table
91.00 CASK. BOo WIIXLT.
Exactly like Illustration. Made of solid
oak, of a beautiful grain. Large, circu
lar top and massive pedestal .r tmwe.
Kntlre table Is rubbed and polished to a
piano finish and at the price asked Is
without a doubt the best value ever
Wo Sell Goods
That Is to say. If any goods we sell you
sre not Exactly as alspresented or If they
do not give you Perfect Satisfaction, we
will gladly change them. We guarantee
everything we sell, and sell no goods that
we cannot guarantee. Our 22 years of busi
ness life In Omaha assures you of absolute
satisfaction. We never have allowed any
one to keep goods that were not entirely
satisfactory in every respect.
8 I looms 4 Ilooin
Complete for Complete for
fflero K ' 36750
9.OU Terms, $fl.50
Terms, $5 Canh, c'ash, $5.00
$4 Monthly Monthly
This chair will be given
FKKK with every purchase f
Xo. S It will be nold out- f J
Mk1"' " " ' i - ... . ..... I - -
if $7.50 on terms of $1.00 caah
50 centa monthly, or
Xo. 8 If your account dur
ing the year amounts to $1(K),
Ihe trice of the chair will be
credited to your account.
Special Holiday Sale of Carpets
All-wool Ingrain Carpets, strictly best rs
quality, 80c values, per yard 35JC
90c Brussels Carpets, good wearing qual- nn.
Ity, special, per vard D3C
$1.15 velvet Carpets, deep, rich color- Rio
Ings, per yard OJC
f 60 Art Reversible Rugs, large assort- QQ
ment, guaranteed qualities special sjJ.OO
$18 Brussels Rugs, sixe 8-7x10-6. guar-(in Cfl
anteed quality, special IUnlu
WIS BEI.Ii GOODS
OUT OF TOWJT
BUYS OUR SPECIAL
STEEL FA I6E.
TERMS I 93.BO CASK, (3.50 MOHTHLT,
This handsome Steel Range, complete with
upper warming closet, is unquestionably the
finest value In a high-grade range offered any
wl ere. It is made of a special gauge of blue
steel and Is fully asbestos lined. It Is equipped
with duplex grates. Handsomely nickeled
1613 & TARNAM STREETS.
Future payments on
Goods rurchasad now
may be mads la Janu
ary If so desired.
TXS.MB: ta.BO C4
For This Massive
Gold Coin Base Burner
TXKMB: 13.50 CASK, $2.60 KOKTKZ.T.
The very best value obtainable In a first
class Base Burner. Guaranteed. All the lat
est patents. Heavily nickel trimmed.
It Is an easy matter to do business
through Tha Be Want Ad columns.
Our full line of Holiday Packages of Standard Perfumes Is now on display
at our drug store at ICth and Dodge and the Owl Drug Co., 16th and Harney.
The assortment this year comprises many dainty packages, and there are also
a number of new odors of merit. Some of the attractive articles are named
Dorothy Vernon in 25c, 50c, 75c, 1.00 and $2.50 bottles.
Soul Kiss Perfume (bulk), 1 oz., 1.00.
Lee's Flower Girl. 25c. 50c and $1.00 bottles.
Pretty Baskets with small bottle Perfume, 25c.
Dainty Couplets of Perfume, neat box, 25c.
Roger & Gallit's Violet or Peau d'Espagre, per bottle, $1.25.
Hanbigent's Ideale Perfume, fancy box, $3.50.
We have 1,000 kinds of Perfumes and Toilet Waters.
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO.,
Corner 16th and Dodge Streets
OWL DRUG COMPANY,
Cor. 16th and Harney Sts.
WHAT CLCB WOMEN AREDOLNC
Mrs. Jones or Mrs. Blair May Address
Omaha Woman's Club.
Y. W. C. A. W0EK AE0UKD WORLD
Departments of Local Club Arrange
Interesting Prosrrams for Week's
Meetlnas Classes in Local
V. W. C. A.
If it can be at ranged Mrs. Margaret
Blair of the University of Minnesota, for
mer chairman of the General Federation's
domestic 'science committee, will address
the Omaha Woman's club at Its open meet
ing December 14. Mrs. Blair will be one of
the speakers at the Corn exposition In the
domestic science section and comes to
Omaha for that purpose. Tuesday evening
the women speakers of this section of the
exposition will be guests of the club's cur
rent topics department at a musicale to be
given at the home of Mrs. Thomas Brown
In Kountse Place. The progTam has been
arranged for the members of the depart
ment and their husbands.
Thursday' of the same week the house
hold economics department of the club
will give a luncheon In honor of Mrs.
Nellie Kedxle Jones, another of the speak
ers. The place has not yet been named
definitely, but It will probably be given at
the Young Men's Christian association and
open to members of the club at a nominal
price. Mrs. Jones Is one of the best known
authorities on domestic science and will be
one of the principal speakers on the do
mestic science program. It Is hoped that
the clubs domestic science department will
be able to arrange for Mrs. Jones to speak
there during her stay in Omaha.
World's y. W. C. A.
The World's Your.g Women's Christian
atscciatlou is rather VLgue to the majority
of women who arc atVad euch year to
contribute to Its support, but the work of
this great organisation is decided definite
and its value inestimable. Something of
the extent of this great lystem nf Chris
tian work for young wemen may he gained
from the following list, stating the number
of associations In the various countries of
Africa. IS; Australia, 3D; Bohemia. 2;
Canada. 4f. Human. S; Denmark. o,
France. 231'; Finland. 64: Germany, S.95C,
Great Britain and lrelard. Greece, X.
Holland. :4; Hungary. 12; Ind'a. 130: Italy.
4" Japan, 14: Norway 1; Portugal. 8: Kus
sla. S; eweden, 64: South America, 6; StratU
bettlenvnt. 2; Turkey In As, a. 12; Turkey
1; West India Islands. 2; United 8tatet of
America, city associations, with thirt-two
branches 17; mill village aasoclatlous, 6;
total membership city associations, 115,616;
student associations, 526; total membership
student associations, 45,090; students in
Bible study classes, 19,0tjf; students in mla
slon study classes, lu,(H; student volun
Miss Clara E. Burgoyne, director of the
local Young Women's Christian association
school of uomt'Silc science, lias devised a
unique plan of teaching little girls to sew,
A dolls' clothes class is the very attractive
medium and it promises to be one of the
most popular of the association's educa
tional department. By this means the long
tedious seams will be eliminated and more
immediate results obtained. Every little
garment will be perfectly made and Miss
Burgoyne has a collection of Utile patterns
that must attract any little girl.
The educational committee announces the
opening of Its winter term January 4.
chorus, expression, literature, grammar,
English, business methods, book review,
Gorman, millinery, sewing, embroidery,
shirtwaist making and Esperanto being
included among Its classes.
(lab Department Meetings.
Judge Lee Bstelle, Dean George Beecher
of Trinity cathedral and Rev. Frank L.
Doveland of the First Methodist church
will address the social science department
of the Woman's club Monday afternoon
upon the recent National Prison congress
at Richmond. Vs., which they attended as
representatives of Nebraska. Mra W. M.
AJderson will give a review of Jane Ad
dams' book, "Newer Ideals of Peace." The
program will be open to all who are Inter
ested. The session opens at 2:30 o'clock.
The current topics department will meet
at 2:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the
program to open with a symposium of
Christmas festivities In various countries,
presented by Mmes. C. B. Coon. C. H.
Townsend, Charles Rosewater, D. 8. Dock
wood. C. D. Bumney, F. 8. McLafferty
and Ftara Holmes. Mr. J. Wilkes Jones of
the National Corn exposition will address
the department on the Corn show move
ment. Mrs. Clara Burbank will speak on
the recent Woman's Christian Temperance
Union convention at Denver; Mrs. D. C.
John will tell of a visit to Concord, the
home of Emerson; Mrs. C. W. Hayes will
present current events, snd Mrs. John
Haarmann has arranged a musical number.
The oratory department will meet at 10
o'Vlock Tuesday morning.
The art department will meet St 10
o'clock Thursday morning. Mrs. A. B.
Bomers. Mrs. E. R. Hume snd Mrs. C. J.
Roberts to have charge of the lesson which
will follow the department's study of
Omaha Women's Christian Temperance
Union will hold Its business meeting Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:90 o'clock at the
Toung Men's Christian association.
Frances WUlarf "en's Christian
While la Town
Visiting the Corn Show take advantage of your opportunity and supply
your needs in drug store things at ."Money-saving Prices! Look for the big sign at
15th and Douglas "Schaefer's Cut Price Drug Stores"! This is our central
store. We have 4 big stores and buy every thing known to the drug trade in
larger quantity than any competitor.
We have on display at this time a line of high-class goods for Christmas
gifts; no cheap skate, shoddy rubbish, but fine goods in toilet and traveling
sets; perfumes, candy and cigars, safety razors and many other useful things
for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
You must see our line to appreciate it.
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug Stores
Om.ha 15th and Douglas 16th and Chicago.
South Omaha N. W. and S. W. Corners 24th and N Street
Out Of To wra People
XT YOU are cnmlnx to the COSBT SHOW you can bring your clothes that need
cleaning and dyeing along and have them cleaned or dyed while here and take them
home with you.
We have made special arrangements to get out both cleaning and dyeing very
promptly during the show, so don't hesitate to bring it along. YKICX USTl
LADIES' LIST. I MEN'S LISX.
Dry Cleaning Dy sing and
and Pressing. Pressing.
Plain Wslsts $ .80 $1.00
811k Waists .75 1.00
I'laln Skirts .75 1.60
Plaited Skirts... 1.00 S.00
Skirt and Drop. . 1-BS , 8.00
Jackets (short). 1.00 1.50
. length, lined.. t.00 8 50
K length, unlln'd 1.50 8.60
Craveueltes .... 1.50
Bry or Stsam! Cleaning,
ICleanlng and.Dyelag and
1.50 1. 50
Remember, we make old clothes look new. Ws put on velvet collars, put in new
linings, and do all kinds of altering and repairing of both men's and women's gar
ments. THE PANTORIUM
"COOD CLEANERS AND DYERS"
1813 Jones Street OMAHA, NEH.
317 So. letn St.
We are showing a choice line
of Chrlctmas ideas in ladies'
all linen Initial handkerchiefs
of aheer and heavy cloth at
each S&c, 25c and 15c.
Par Bos $2.00, 81.50 and 90o
Armenian hand lace hand
kerchiefs are new and novel
and for this reason make must
I ps?v 5?c DOL'Gl Afi rf"a I
ll I nMBsfo.l I
Temperance Union will hold so all
day meeting Thursday Instead of Wed
nesday, this week st the home of Mrs.
George Covell, .16 Wirt street Luncheon
will be served at noon and the day will be
given to the consideration of several busi
ness matters the union has under advisement.
Trolley Collision at Seattle.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Doc. 5 Ous Olsen,
motorman, was fatally Injured snd about
thirty others more or less seriously injured
In a head on collision between two heavily
loaded trolley cars In a dens fog on the
university line early today.
This Is a factor of so
much Importance at Christ
mas tune that It must be
reckoned with very serious
ly. It creates strife or sat
isfaction, atording as It Is
permitted to enter Into
plana and packages. If you
don't disappoint us by too
late buying, thla store will
never disappoint you by too
late delivering. You knuw
t tie kind of engraving and
alteration work that we do
takes tlms and yet every
one of cur thousands of
customers expect that class
of work and each one will
get It if they come early,
Christmas Is getting
mighty close to come quick.
If we are "Busy," we should
be. hut will serve you
T. L. COMBS & CO.
JEWELERS AND 0! T1J1ANS
1320 Douglas St root
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