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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1WK
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DRIEF CITY NEWS
im moot mat rv.
Bs&alph T. Swobeaa, Fublie Aooomataat.
aUssaart, photographer. Uth A Fama .
Bowman, 117 N. 3. Douglas aboe, .&.
Fa avourke for holiday candies and Ci
gar. Sit S. 16tb.
ra.oitW Xof Policies right drafts at
maturity. HL I. Kwk. manager. Omaha.
W. C BssseU, the sterseshoer, is still
doing business at tl& South Fifteenth
Mreet. Entrance from Jackson street.
Tor Tinas Oas or electric reading
lamp make acceptable presents. Frloee
reasonable, Burgess-Grandea Co., neat to
-gas office. 1E11 Howard Et
fur dH-on:. ha. been fl.ad by Rachel K. '
Brown fiom Georg. r. Brown on th charga
ol cruelty. They wer married Ji Curn.BC,
la., in USu.
Tsui Massy aaa Xnsuraso raposa
should be kspt in a fir and PUrgiar
proof aaX deposit box in tba anwrtui
Safe Deposit vaults In Tba Bee building
Boxes rent for only 14 a year.
Xt. aUrsoh oa 'Jew aaa aBtricu"
Dr. tan 11 G. Hiraca will arrive In Omaha
Tuesciay rooming and will speak In the
evening at Temple Israel, where bis ad
dress will be tba second number of the
series of tbs lecture course, lr. Hirsoh
will talk on "Jew and American." Mia
Myrtle Moeea will sing a contralto sola,
accompanied by V. C. Bennett. organisL
The hour of th lecture is 8 o'clock.
Basa for Injury fey stows Oa Cult
for damages In the sum of pti.Wa) was
fined In district court Monday by Leonard
Egeli against the Union Pacific Railroad
company and William B. id t Keen. Jr. 2gaU
alleges In his petition that while In the
employ of the railroad company a a sec
tion hand be u knocked down and run
over by a MrKeen motor car on April 1.
IP. He had nerer seen one of tba gaso
line motors before and hs alleges that
tt was running backwards wneti tt bit
btm without warning, the Injuries sustained
necessitating the amputation of bis left
arm. 36r.'"WcKeem waa operating tht
motor car. the plaintiff alleges in his peti
tion. A 'Want Ad" in Tbs Bee stops many
HEAD MASHED BETWEEN CARS
)iirllrisis ta Csssetl BlssTa Meets
lastaat Death kll M&k
As Carl C. Hansen, a switchman in the
employ of the R tk Island at Council
Bluffs, was unc-nipling man car f om
r-wk Inland train No. at S:SO Monday
r or-lng in the Co 'nril Blrffs ya-Vs he got
h i hi bd I e ween the bumpers and w..s In.
Mr. Hanta was Tl years of arc and lived
at '-301 BoutS Twelfth street, Coand) Blufla.
He lenvts a wife and two chillrcti. lie
was a member of the local order of O d
Fellows and of the Switchmen's union. A
lnqueet will be l.elfl Tuesday morning.
Cleanses the tem UecV
uaty,Dis.pels Colds andiiea'V
crkes diue to Conitipotion;
Arts naturally, acts f ruly as
Be iorlpnMompn ana Lnucr
ren tmganrl Ola,
To gel its J Jenpjicial tjjecTs
Alvas Duy tKe Genuine uAi
nas"tKe jail name o the lom-
pa Syrup Co.
e if m uimiiarturea' . Dr'mtea OS
1 frwnief rverjr teAne.
SOLD dYAL!. LEeJiNG DRUGGISTS,
ertre SCKi bofU
FOR TULET ASD ATH
Heli-cxte enough for the softest
akin, aJ J" cScacious ia renoving
soy stain. Keeps the akin in perfect1
-oodiiion. In tie bath gives all tin
iesixable aitet-ef ects of a Turkish
ttain- l wm wa "J -mmw
AULOslCEKS D DK?jOQln
V-- k .1 II
CHAP HAS 'SO USE FUR SCHOOL
Says He Wants to Be Tailor and
TSToat Seed Learning.
EUT JUDGE THHTKS OTHERWISE
Fells ta Prevle wtt Fsel
Jet Tmn.es the Fsraaer,
sst hMM i
Judges Estelle and Kennedy of the juve
nile oourt were out of tbc city Monday and
Jndn Redick conducted the bearing of
Harry Ackermaa was presented to the
nrt hy Truant Officer Gibson, who ex-
plained that ths boy had neither acquired
nr inherited a Strong antipathy to any
and all things involved in "teaching the
young idea bow to shoe. He had not
gone to school last year and little this
year. The boy attributed last years de
linquency to ths fact that be had been vac
cinated. This year, be said, his father bad
been ill. but he was unable to say in what
particular he ministered to his sire by stay
ing out of schvoL
"Don't you like your teacher T" asked ths
T essem but but "
"Don't you want to go to school T"
"No. I want to be a tailor, and school
don't do no good for that," replied the
The Judge told bim that when he grew
up be oonld be a tailor, but lor the pres
ent he must go to school, and the lad
promised ta g-
Will O'Brien of outa Omaha was taken
before the court for the purpose of discus
sing with the Judge tba best way of caring
tor O'Brien s five children. Truant Officer
McAulry of Bouth Omaha told ths court
that time and agaia he bad gone ts
O'Brien's house and found the family la
want and bad given him orders on the
county for fuel and proviatons. and also
got him a Jbo. He aaid that O'Brtea would
invariably ait by the fire and enjoy the
free fuel and provisions, but sever, to nis
knowledge, go after the JVib, and that Us
patleaoa was exhausted.
"Do yon think the state ought to, take
car of you and your family?" asked Judge
"No." said O'Brien, "but I had a bad
cold tba time h got m a Job and couldn't
work. If b'U get m another. I'll go to
"Do you think you oould live happier if
we take the Children away from louT"
"No air, I don't."
"Wen that's Just what Is going to hap
pen if there lsnt an improvement. It's
up to you to make good."
Mrs. McKee appearing in court with her
two little girls whom she said she was un
able to support, and that her husband
gave no aid.
"Do you want to have them adopted T"
asked tbe Judge.
'It isn't a case of wbat I want, but if
that's the best thing for the children, J will
Kctmsent." she answered.
If tbe consent of the father can be ob
tained the children will be given home for
DISTORTED SENSE OF HUMOR
Feter Peterawa ' ta Bta Wife
He ts Dead auad Cxalalss Mat-
ts Folic Cssrt.
Feter Peterson. IT Atlas street, has not
gone into history as tbe greatest, nor one
of the greatest of American humorista
Mr. Peterson's idea of humor differs
radically from the popular conception and
wben he goes to play aa innocent Joka the
thing becomes 89 serious that he lands
in police court. At least that did happen.
Saturday evening Peterson thought he
would have a 11 tU fun at his site's ex
pense. Calling up hia wife at home, after
visiting several different saloons, he repre
seatad himself to be a friend of "your
husband" and told her that h had been
killed in a railroad accident in soma rail
road yard. Soon th police and coroner
war notified of th supposed death and
tried to locate Peterson's body and learn
th particulars of th accident
Wbcn ths railroad officers denied that
any such accident had occur d, an effort
was mad to local the person who had
aiarted tba report, and with the aid of the
telrpbon company b was found t be
non other thaa th supposed doad. Peter
son. la polios court. Monday, when asked by
Judge Craa-ford shy h had don tt.
Peterson replied with a smile:
"I don't know your honor. I guess It was
ths whiskey that did it"
Hs was fined 11 and coats and told not
to announce hia death again nnlea he
realry had been "bumped off." And Peter
son solemnly promised that he would not-
COLD NO BAR TO VYARPJ0RS
as th ssowr sad Wlad Two Mas
Flarat ta th tree at
Ia spits of the" snow and cold weather
at midnight Saturday. John Johnson of i
nt Cuming street and C F. Wilkinson of
KSt Burt street, thought they iud suf
ficient reason for parthipating in a bat
tle royal In the middle of a duwn-town
treet with their coats off and the wind
playing .la their hair. However. Patrol
man Alien hove In sight and rescued th
gladistors from each other before any dam
age waa dona, and the mea war takes
to the police atatloa. In polios oourt Mos
day morning Johnson waa finad Is auid
eoaia ana Wiiktiutaa was diacharcad. it
: being evident to Judge CTSwfurd from ta
( explanations of the mra tUl Juiotaua sad
tana tba tro-lr-
OFFICIALS BLAME THE CREW
Jtohler and Park Hold U. P. Train-
men B-etponsible for Wreck.
XOTEL DTCDEFI TS EATLE0AEI50
Xa Matter A Wat Heaalta, tale Fi
ete Will Mas. Fa a lie Fi aass-tly
Fsets Aswat AeeJdeata es
Tbe novel incident of tlie officials of a
railroad sitting on a board of inquiry into
tbe causes of a wreck holding the train
crew responsible is presented ta the second
report mads oa the Union Pacific wreck
at Boris, Wfo, November 10, when nine
persons wer killed.
Tba officials who thus blame ths em
ploye of their own road and thereby sub
ject the road to responsibility in damage
suits, are Tic President Mohler and Gen
eral Superintendent park of the Union Pa
cific, though they are only two members
of a board of seven. A third member of th
board is W. B. Bcott, ttowever. a Harri
maa official, and a fourth is 1L H. Forney,
a Barrbnan official.
Because of criticism of the report of th
first board of inquiry into the cause of the
wreck caused by a freight train getting be
yond control coming down the Sherman
hlTi a second board of inquiry, composed of
oompetent mea bad made a thorough inves
tigation into the cause of the wreck. The
second board was composed of Charles C.
Hughes, general superintendent, retired:
George W. Randall. maor general United
States army, retired; Frank D. Baldwin,
brigadier general United States army, re
tired; TT. B. Bcott. assistant director of
maintenance and operation Union Pacific
system, Southern Faclfic company; H. H.
Forney, general air brake Inspector. South
ern Pacific compear; A. t Mohler. vice
president and general manager Union Pa
cific; W. I... Park, general superintendent
Text f tbe Resaet.
The report of th t board is: -
A'ter an ei minarlon of all errpl - ron-CMnt-d
in or hi ving knovlecije of he hand
ling f e ra ta eat orwn the east s fle r f
Sherman h 11 on ihe isht of Novemlr 111.
and f-orn testimony gli-en by a number of
ftp ri-v3 engineer fYenvn, conductors,
hrakemon end car Inspector employed on
th fifVi oistrii t of Wyoming divulon,
Un on Pacific' railroad, w- find thst t. is
t arn left Laramie and passed Buford in
no:Tnal eonfition 4n every reepnet. all of
a h ch supports th findings of th first
bi.ard cot vetied to investigate the t ause of
this aicident to-wit:
"s the evidence shows, leavina Buford
extra ZJt had a trn line air ureesure of
ninety pounie: at a po nt between Orone
and Buford this presure was reduced t-
fo.ty pounda, tbe conductor having s ated
that frequent applications and releases f
air had Wen made without the necessary
time being allotted for the tiain line o ie
charge. we beleve that the accii-nt w s
cauvfd by ihs improper manipulation of lr
dv tnpfflf t chi y ol engine wh ch re
s. Hed :n h s not avi-e the necessary p-ee-sure
to control the train when the emer
ve further find and be'.i'-ve that bad
prompt and praper reeponae been given by
the crew with hand b;eks ihe speed of
this tra'n would have been checked and
roatroilei In ample time to bare prevented
MaVlag Aoeldesta Fa bile.
Th Union Pa lflc fu ther anno.nces that
it has started in on the prlnc pie of m k r.g
pub ic its acdd. nts. conoea'.li g nothing .nd
it proposes to continue thst plan, as it be
lieves It to he tbe proper manner in which
to locate the responsibility with the public
so mater ally jiterasted in the safe conduct
of tba business.
Tbe U: Ion Pacific as well as other roads
have buen ruhj ct to critic'sm in days gne
by "for not furnlshir.g promp.ly information
ft aocldanta, but the Union Pacific made a
cbang a year ago and now gives out this
lnforma'lon promptly in case of a w o k.
Tba Union Paciilc m ves 10,000 trains a
year over the double-track rrstem between
Cheyenne and Laramie, and this i the first
serious accident of th kind in thirty yeara.
The line is practically double-tracked the
entir distance except a small portion which
is oovered by a protective staff system.
The balance of the im is electrt al y
blocked so that ever' poas Lie p ecau-i n
Yutt been taken to guard against any possi
ble danger. '
TWO COUNTY SALARIES GO UP
Clerk of the Beard aal seriates
eat of Poor Fsrsa Cet
Bfclary raises were made by the Board
of County Commissioners in session Mon
day morning, the beneficiaries of tbe raise
bring Henry E. Ostrom, clerk of the
board, and Andrew Farrar, superintendent
of the poor farm. The salary of ths former
was raised from 1190 a month to a
month and of the latter from J7i a month
to til a month. The superintendent also
gets his hoard.
Th board adjourned at noon to meet on
Friday, when tt will again tak up the
adoption of the plans for tbe proposed
(1.000.000 court house.
The annual convention of th Association
of County Commissioners and Supervisors
will be held ia Hastings on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
Commissioners Brunlng and Trainor will
represent Douglas county at the meeting.
MINISTER ACTS AT LAST
Foe Three Week C. W. Staler Pleas
vrith J a dare tat to a to Per
form Hia Marriage.
Charie W. Kaley, ccun of Jacob L
Kalry of Omaha and Charles W. Kaley of
Ked Cloud, and Grace V. Ldght of Omaha
wer married Monday morning and mar
ried by a minister despite their protesta
tions They wanted Judge Sutton to marry
them. The Judge objects to marriages by
ery -other than a minister and always en
deavors to indue people who come to him
to hsve the knot tied ly a minieter. H
argued with Mt. Kaley for three weeks
but without avail, finally promising to of
ficiate at hia marriage Monday. But the
Judge mad on last effort. He asked Rev
F. Ie Love land. D. D.. to come to his court
and wben Mr. Kaley and his bride ap
peared the Judge and the minister com
bined induced them to let th marital knot
be tied by the minister.
Miller, Stewart & Beaton
i i a, leui street.
AVe solicit your inspection
of the large stock of useful
and beautiful CHRISTMAS
GIFTS our store contains.
i furniture in great variety
Oriental and domestic
Hugs, in ail sizes.
Draperies and Lace Cur
tains. All tbe above goods make
the mo&t appropriate Christ
BOY DIVES FCR HIS SKATE
th (haaka lad tr1 !
Dtwi lata lev IK'ater fr
Kere, brave man. is a question for yoa
If yon were skstlng out on th Missouri
river on a cold December day and one of
your skates should hapje to gt through
the ice. would you go through after It?
Well, there's a boy. tnly 10 years of age.
down at South Omaha who would, at least
he did Just that thing.
Grant Frcslev. who lives wttb his
parents on Missouri avenge, was out skat
ing the other day w ith acme other boys on
the river, whrre the water was shallow and
the lee thin. Directly the Ice broke and
one of Grant's skate went through the
Skates don't grow pn trees In Nebraska
bot In the winter time, anyway, and hoys
can't skate very well with only one skate
A problem presented itself. The other
beys gathered around Grant and offered
their sympathy, but sympathy wouldn't re
cover the skate.
"What rati you do?" asked one bov of
less nerv and resource than Grant Fros
lev. "Tour skate Is gone and you can't
get It. that s all."
"That ain't all. either," snorUtd Grant
"Too fellows build a fire and I'll shew
you bow to get that skate."
The fire was built. To the utter amase
ment of some of the boys. Grant stripped
dived down into the Icy water and came
up with tbe skate in his hnnd.
"That what I can do," ejaculated
Grant, spitting tbc water out t-f his mouth
and rushing to tbe fire.
Bat wben Grant got home aid told his
mother what bad happened hit mother
nearly fainted. She has not taken her eyes
orf Grant yet, fearing every minute to see
him stricken with pneumonia But up to
the present writing. Mr. Ineumonia hat
ONE BOY GLAD HE IS LIVING
Ma aavlage, ea of People's Cksrrk
Fsatsr. Has TsrllUsg Ex
pertesee. Rev. Charles W. Savidge, pastor of Peo
ple's church, wished for a few minutes
th other day that a friend had not given
him a calf.
A good man out about Haneom jiark had
a yearling calf he didn't want and wouldn't
see to be killed, so he asked Mr. Sarldge
If he wanted lt Mr. Savidge did. He
hitchd hia horse to his buggy, took his
boy John, 12 year of age, and drove out
to get tbe calf. John took the reins and
drove the buggy to which the calf was
hitched by a rope behind. The minister
walked to urge th calf cm.
On th way home Mr. Saridge lives in
the north part of th city the calf dis
covered something that didn't look good
to it, so It concluded to get out of the
wsy. It mad a dive for one of the rear
buggy wheels from the Side and Its aim
was so good that bs went clear through
th wheel, turning the buggy completely
upside down with John underneath.
The horse was still hitched to the front
of the buggy and the calf to the rear.
"Let go the Imes," ahoutefl Rer. Vi.
Savidge in despair to his boy for whose
life he feared. But John didn't need that
timely advice. He let go the llnea before
his father called and that is probably the
reason John Savidge is alive and well to
day. The boy got a scrape or two on the head
and hand, but otherwise he Is all right
and a second Thanksgiving service has
been held at the Savidg kouwhold.
CONDUCTOR HASS0ME LCGIC
Kesliea with Arsremest to Crowd
Bssatlsax Hlaa for Passing Ts
She was sitting on the pavement st Six
teenth and Famam streets, early Monday
morning. How tt all happened nobody knew
except possibly the conductor. He seemed
to be a rather hard-hearted man. for he
Just gave two bells and his car sped on
down th hill. One chicken-hearted and
Indignant passenger told him he thought
it was a dirty shame to go off and leave
her sitting there. Other thought likewise,
aa they looked back at the disappearing
form of s "beauty in distress. "
"Now if you'r all through," said the
conductor d-yry, "I'll give you my side of
it. Every blamed morning that 'air young
woman ride on my car she nearly causes
me to throw a fit by hopping off at the
near crossing while the car is going a
right smart clip I've told her and told her
not to do it, and Saturday when I warned
her she gave me a rather saucy little ' give a ChTlHtmis party during the holl
smll and threw th double scare Into me I days for the active members, who will
by Jumping off backwards. Oh she's an be at home from college. During tbe lat
athlete all right on dry land, but a you ! lor part of the afternoon a lunclieon was
see. she hain't worth a fig on ice. Now ! served.
she's got Just what was coming to her." j Froeseetlve Pleaasrea.
rne nf th farewell affairs Manned for
NO HIGH BALLS FOR BRIDIE
Wbea Groom Cesses l.esded with
Theas sad Certiscste Bridle
Tears t rrtiBrs- ta Pleeea.
"Say, Judge, can you giv me a new mar
riage certificate?" This question, com
ing from a man whom Judge Cockerel Lad
married and presented with a brand new
gilt-edged marriage certificate only tbe day
before, caused th judge to adjust lus
glasses and sit up and take notice.
"A new certificate?" be exclaimed, "why,
Where's th one I gav you yesterday '
The man produced some torn
paper and metikly replied:
"It's been in a wreck. Juage. Suppose it
was mostly my fault, but rualiy I never
thought she d raise so much h 1 over me
Just taking on a few sociable high balls,
being as it was my wedding night. But
say, hones. Judge, if you'll only g:ve me
owe mors certificate I'll go and get it
framed, and never, never, never drink
He got the certificate on the express con
dition that it would be revoked if he bloke
JUDGE AGREES WITH THE BOY
Thlsk resstrr Bret Flsee tor Voasg
ster ssd W ill Try t teal
Guy Anderson, a 10-year-old boy whom
the protiation officers took from the or
phan asylum and placed in a good home in
Croiaita. was before the Juvenile court Mon
His guardians reported to the officers
that they had given Guy a pair of skates
and he had sold them -and stayed out all
"What did you do with the money?"
asked tli Judge.
"Blowed tt in on th moving picture
ahowa." was the answer.
"Tour guardian doea not want you any
mora. Now wbat ar you going ta do"
inquired Judg Redlck.
"Oh. I Aud't like th city and think it
la tsa beat thing for me to get out on a
The Judge was Inclined to think the boy
waa right and a piaae la tbe country will be
found for him.
aad wounds are healed without danger g
blood poisoning, by Buckles s Amka Sa'v. '
the hvai.i.g sender. Sc. B-.Hjb Ii Ca. 1
NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Dr. and Un. Robert Gilmore to For
mally Introduce Dang-feter.
BXCIinOX iJTD BALL AT E03CX i
Leal Chapter Datfkten ( Asaerle
Bevalatlas ;tve Attei m Tea
sad Fraa-rssB at Haas st
Mrs. J. M. Meteslt.
Tlii week op ns auspiciously with th
large debut reception and dancing party
given by Dr. and Mr. R. g. G.hnor
Monday evening at the Rome hotel in
honor of their daughter. Miss Amy Gil
mo. e. There was a large assist ng party,
which Include Miss G.lmore a guesta. Miss
ORourke of California and Miss Peggy
Foiieys of Minneapolis, the debutantes and
a large number of other frienda This la
the first debut party thla season to In
clude both a reception and ball, sad the
commodious ball room at t: e Rome was
none to large for the number of guetta.
D. A. B lea.
The Omaha chapter. Daughter of th
American Revolution, gave a de.ightf ul pro
gram and tea at th spaclou borne of Mrs.
J. M. Metcalf Monday afternoon. Tbe din
ing room tabic Was espriaolly attractive
with Americas Beauties and Mrs. Metcalf
poured tea The officers of the Daughters
of the American Revolution have aiarted
a new and charming custom of having the
bosteae pour tea at her own horn. Chrys
anthemum in profusion were used in tbe
reception ball and library. An Interesting
program was given by Mrs. Bchlndell, wbe
read a paper on "ChrisTmas in Colonial
Times." Miss Pauline Schenck gar vocal
solos and Miss Henrietta Reea piano eohia.
Several records on Mrs. Metcalf a Victor t
ictrola were also given. After the pro
gram a social hour was enjoyed by the
For the Vlsltlsg Woates.
Mra. H. Rosenstock entertained informally
at two tables of bridge Mondsy afternoon
at her borne At Thirty-fifth and Harney
streets for three of the visiting women.
Tboee present were Mrs. Jaeoby of Cali
fornia, Mrs. Hugo Brandels. Mra. L. Kline
of Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. J. Lobman, Miss
Katz of Baltimore. Mra Victor Rosewater, I
Miss Viola Cahn. Mra A. D. Brandeia and
Miss Faith Hoel was hostess at an enjoy
able matinee party Monday afternoon at
the Orpheum. Th guests present wer
Mrs. George Charters of Chicago, Miss
Marie Gregoire of Dubuque, la.; Mra Zola
Deliocker, Miss Pauline Schenck, Mrs. J. ;
H. Evans and Mias Hoel. j
Ctsh Meetisa-a. I
Mrs. Arthur Remington entertained the
members of the Monday Bridge club this
week at her apartments at the Winona.
Mrs. Clement Chase was hosieea this
week for the meeting of the Monday Bridgt '
Duticbeon club. All of the members wert j
present and Mrs. O. T. Eastman was th
guest of the afternoon.
The H. G. L. club a as enterta ned Frtdry
ty Mrs. W. Bryan. Th pr 'tea we won
by Mra A. M. Jmkina. M 8. W. M. Kirk
enda.ll and Mra. W. W. Allen. Th next
meeting will be in two weeks st th bail.
of M s. D. T. McGrath.
Za trts-te-ghad sek.
,e ,, m- r.f IUmm Titlipe Shadduck.
i..m., r' v, Aiir-e Khadduck. to Mr
Edgar Rudolf Zabrlskie. took place at Trin-
. , , . n, a t .
iiy cauieoimi ounmi r.tmu, - -
Williams officiating. After a western wert
Cing trip they will be at bom ln an apart
ment ln the Dsvidg block.
JU1HP I'll. 1JT d PS ' ' ,
sun rise party Saturday evening at th.
r.ome of her parents. Mr. and Mra. War-
ten Barnes, to celebration of her sixteenth
blrthdsy. Music, games and a guessing
contest, won by Miss Hasel McManlgal.
were the amusements of tiie evening. Those
present were Misses Kate Barnes, Fern
Caseel, Lila Marshall, Kale Field. Hasel
McManlgal, Wauneta M'.'Cune, Gertrude
Barnes, Grances Grantville. Pauline Green
Ophelia Robert, Elsie Robert. Messrs. Clif
ford Day. Harry Coi dlt. Harry Bamea,
Albin Matson. Robert Marshall. William
OHearn. William Kennedy Floyd Hunt
ii.gton. Peter Jacobson, Ralph Barnes
Keith Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes and Mrs.
Ft Beta Psl Alsaass.
The PI Beta Phi alumnae were enter
tained Saturday afternoon at the home of
Miss Kale Thomas. A business meeting
was held, at which plans were made 'to
Rev. Robert Bell will be the Social Settle
ment tea, given Tuesday afternoon from
four to six o'clock at the Settlement house,
14..5 south Fourtenth stree.
The eighth annual ball given by the
William McKlnley lodge. B'cia B'rith.
will tate place Tuesday evening at the
Complimentary to her guest. Miss Tali
aferro, Mitt Tearl Fitagerald sill enter
tain informaliy. Tueaday afternoon.
Mra. J. Lobnam will entertain at bridge,
F.iday afternoon, ln honor of some of the
out of tarn guests.
Mrs. Andrew Roa sill be th hostess this
i week lor the meeting of the the Friday
j M H" h R-sewa'T af.l entertain 1 v
i rormaliy Wei neay afternoon for Miss
! K-Uj ' Baltmoie, and Thursday afterno.m
I V k Ro-ewater will give a small bride
PJ' at the ,lt w Hamilton.
(our ssd C Goeals.
Mra. F. P. Irkendall returned Sunday
morning from a fr-rtnight's visit with
relatives in Toledo. Ohio. Mr. Kirkendali
and Master Eurdette returned laat week
after spending Thanksgiving in Toledo.
Miss Julia Meyer of Chicago is the guest
ot Mifcs Helen Furth.
Mr. Edgar Eddy returned Sund
a two year's absence on the Pacific
and wiil sjiend the holiday season with his
parents. Mr. and Mra George B. Eddy.
Wfc south Twenty-fourth avenue.
Mis Martha Taliaferro of Roseville, 111.,
arrived Monday to si-end several days, the
guest of Miss Pearl Fitageraid.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Diets are planning
she looks forward to the hour with apprehension. Mother's Friend,
by its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness,
unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that
sue passes uirouga me eveni
with but litde suTering, as
numbers have testified anJ
sai il is worth its v eirtt in J - -
rii m gi at, pw bums tit anu-rsna
tTLlt"'' turn euuuuuaig sanisiii lk
I ml 'lull iua-. tfwe.
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We are sure vou will when we
explain ju?t bow it's to be done.
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most Ftores ask $1S.00 for them
you'll be $G.OO ahead and alw
enjoy the perfect satisfaction
that a warm, ptylish, up-to-date
and serviceable overcoat affords.
Their careful tailoring is addi
tional proof of the excellence of
these garments. .
These coat? are made of strict
ly all wool, American milled,
black kersey, out 52 inches long,
have velvet collars, extra heavy
Venetian lining, heavy velvet
pockets, sewed throughout with
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will retain their shape perman
ently. Let us ahow YOU, at the bar
gain price of
QaUit muni cimtuxmmm? """""V
a trip In Egypt, if satisfactory arrange-
ments can b mad for sailing at that
time, they will lesrs about th last of
February. They w.ll b accompanied by
Mrs. Himebaugh and Mrs. Grata Gulou.
INDIAN WEDDING AT THE EXPO
stows Cowa-lo WUI B Kan-lea by s
Slosx Presenter st (he Cera
A unique wedding cereu.ur.y will b per
formed on the last day of th National
Corn ben a native aon and
fi"uhter of Nebraska 'U1 be united
marriaga They are fuli-blood Sioux In
diana and will be married according to the
Indian customs. Their names art John
Run with and Belle Grayoow.
When this aedrting was first planned It
was thought it would be an eaey matter e hot able to see them lL The instl
to secur two applicants for the chance j tut ltli bee" enlarged and other sjeclal
to get the financial prise offered, but th I !,u nv arrtved rrom the east to as st
task was a hard one. Scouts were sent j ln the m ork r t'uririg ths sick in Omaha,
over the reservations of Nebraska and 1 but pven ;tn the'B' enlarged facilitiea the
Bjuth Dakota, but the matchmakers found j kiting rooms remain crowded and more
their task harder than they expected. Two 1' ar" "rnlr.g every day, many coming
young people wer finally found willing I hundreds of miles to consult the grant
to let Cupid hav a chance and -the irte . lcialists.
stage of the National Com exposition will I At ri"rt the ltLrf "d were attracted
be the scene of ths marriage. Uie' h-a her1 ot th work of
After the star in the love drama had ' th ni"ter Pc aUsts in their eastern
been found, the next question was where j lnt,tute"' but npw Patients are going to
to find an Indian rrreacher. That m-ohlem tn' ln!tea tJCK",r,r because of what they
U1Q" IBjr 10 be solved at once and in a
aulte unexpected manner.
as ijaDtain wiUiam iiiriii .wnt
nis ouues aa manager of th Foley billiard
parlor, on Dougla. street Monday in
walked two huge Sioux Indiana. McCun.
knew them. They war. Nick Black E;,
.nil lir. i... , .u
i , i... .
; ' '"tr " an interpreter.
We are traveling evangelists new and
are doing what we can toward uplifting
our people and bringing them to a high
civilisation.'" said Jim Grass.
"Well, you ar Just th boy we re look
ing for," said McCune, who told them of
' . I last week and now site writes the following
Jim Grass carried credentials for both. 1 jetter'
and they may b induced to remain over j -'OMAHA, Dec. 4, lr.-Unit-d Dorto-s.
to perform the wedding ceremony, although Cor. 1Clb lcd Harney St... City: Gentle
. ,CiloauM t0 Dl j men-I am writing you this letter to ei-
navmg spent lasr
week on ths Winnebago reservation.
JOHN. WILSON LAID AT REST;
lieve a statement from me win Ve of some
- - lvalue !n convincing others who ar sl;k
alas la Barted at Forest Lswrs I that you are the right doctors to go to.'
r,e 'ery, aervtee st Fsbb 1 For eight years I have been s physical
lly Home. and nervojs week. I have treated w'th
John Wilson. 71 years of age. died Satur- j many of the beat doctor in Omaha, but
day evening at his home. 2C.2 Franklin I all the time I have been gradually getting
street of bronchial pneumonia and w as ! worse. I could name some of the doctora
buried this afternoon at Forest Lawn j ln Omaha who stand vory high who have
cemetery. His funeral services were held 'treated me snd taken my money, but did
at the Wilson home by Rev. Eda in Hart I me no goo whatever, i paid one doctor
Jenks. D. D., ptor of the First FTesbj-- Jn0 at one time and large sums to others,
terlan church, c.f wr.lrh Mr. Wilson w as a ' AU the money my husband made went tn
member. Mr. Wilson leaves a wife and j the doctors snd at last w even said our
four married children, two "f wnom, W. M. j property and spent the money for doctors'
Wilson and Mrs. John G. Brown, reside in j bills, but 1 ' ecuivtjd no benefit
Omaha, snd two in Los Angeles. Mr. "Two weeks ago when I railed at vour
Wlison was born ln Paisley, Scotland. No- office I was Absolutely without hope." but
vember z. IKlC. He came to Omaha fnmil was in a d-sperat condition and had t
EL Joseph, Mo.. In 1SM6. and engaged in the
wholesale millinery business, and was in
that buBinBs whn he died. Mr. IwUgnn
wt active in church affair and a man ot
cany ardent frienda.
1 lie uaiiin-ttiri. Mere v . j Homsn,
Hugo Schmidt. E. M. Schneider, H. B.
Weatherbee. Mr. Da.by and Walter A.
THREE BELOW COLDEST YET
Mrrrarr Gets os the Xether side of
Zero for First Use This
Three below xero was the temptratur ln
Omaha Monday at 7 a, m. Ttiat is the
"coldest for tiie season thus far and the
first time the mercury has got below aero.
That was the official government registra
tion. - Some private thermometers regis
tered 6 to 10 belo-.
Th cold wave fiag went up at the fed-
1. . , i 1 . . . .. , ...... . . . . . J W .. J
i vl vunu.ii e . uuu cuiiuaj ua Lue UP-
cline tif the temperature was steady. It
waa a aoovc at noon ana curing the n ght
tall until at 7 o'clock, which Is usually the
coldest hour of the twenty-four, it had
alipped into the S-below niche.
But Weather Forecaster Welsh says bs
waa Just trying hi instruments and will
at onoe turn on the mild air until afusr
tbe National Corn expjsition.
Is to love children, and no
home can be happy without
them, yet the ordetl through
which the expectant mother
must pass usually is so full
of suffering and dread that
UNITED DOCTORS VERY BUSY
Waiting Roams Are A!w.ys Criwded
FREE OFFER UNTIL DECEMBER 20
Many Omaha Paopla Tost try To
Cft-roa That Kava Bn Mad.
Slice th United Doctors first opened
their Omaha Institute on the second
floor of the Neville block, corner Ifith and
Harney streets, there harjly Las been a
day but what the waiting rooms were sa
crovded with patients thst the specialists
i.n.. e wtn vr utMiig vi i.ciej.r w onoerrui
j cures right her In Omaha, for tea lmonials
a e now beginning to p ar In from those
m ha l.av- k- tvi. i
" " , ' " "
!!'"t!m 'ttrnnl rial it here at home,
! IUl-,r " h,OUT ta f
, '" tieM. ome. in to thank Uie doctor,
I fr their reaured ha.th. and many of
i thef-e cured putl-nts brng some slik friend
! whom they want to take the treatment.
One of tite most .'emarkeble cures that
have been made in Omaha is ln the case
j of Mrs. George Oft-born and Mrs. Osborn
j is certainly a warm admirer of the United
' Doctora. She has sent five of ber friends
to the Url'ed Doctors for treatment ln the
press mv gretltude
for what yon have
done for me th laat two weeks. I have
go to some doctor, and I want to say to
1 ou that the money I spent w th you la th
ties! Investment I ever made ln my lift.
The change that has come ln my health
I in the lait two seeks netn iitnui ilk. .
My pa'ns are neirly all gone, my
h rv. s are t e ter now than they have been
at any time since I first to:-k s'ek. I cer
tainly feel like a new woman sr want to
do all I can to induce other to go to you.
To: r treatment is certainly a boon to suf
fering humanity. 1 will be glad to answer
cny letters from others who are suffering.
Tour gmt. fu! patient,
(Flgt.eJ) "MRS. GEORGE 05BORN.
"7i South 36th Street, City."
The grand free o'fer of free examination
and free treatment, except for medicine,
is open to all who call before December
-'' fie Ur. ted Doctors' Institute at the
corner of llith arid Harney streets. The ln
titut 1 open every day in the seek, also
every evening fresa 7 to S o'clock snd on
un-ja irum hi a. m. to 1 p. tn. Anv al k
person is safe in going to see the I'f
, Doclnr, tor if they cannot curt you they
'if i you so ana nt accept
any of your money, even for tha lamina -
Gold Silver andNickle
Srass Bads. aa rtxtsrea aad Tahla Wars,
awplatst aa Bow.
sv All Kinds sf Kepalrlng
Staa Slarser atrset
eagias KMi Asta A-gaag,
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