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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, APRIL 1. 1I0!.
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
TUC WCD THU
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The Coasting Boom and Business
Office of The Bee la temporarily lo
cated oa Seventeenth atreet. la the
room formerly occupied by Barrings
k Keydea. Advertisements and nb
reripttoa matter will be attended to
there uatll tbe sew quarters are
Save moot Print It
Silver Services Kdholm, Jeweler.
Velimtrs, expert clothes fitters. 107 8. 19
Rudolph T. fjwoboda, Public Accountant.
Xineliart, photographer, 18th & Karnam.
lqr.lttl life Policies, sight drift at
maturity. II. li. iVcely, manager, Omaha.
CLix Cine dives Mask Ball The Cltx
cluu ts II) elvc u prise mask hall at Wash
ington liall' on the nlglit of April 13.
W. m. Thomas,. 60S First National Bank
Uidg., lends money on Omaha real oatate
In euma of 1400 to ,280.000.. I'rompt service.
leans for Bomamakers on reasonable
terms, repaid -monthly. Nebraska Savings
and Loan Association, KOS Farnam atreet
Zadles, Special Attentloal Ask for sam
ple of Splehler's Select Uly of the Valley,
the finest- perfume made. At drug and de
Zlkborn and Waterloo Marriage Ernest
Kellett nf Hlknofn and Mattle Payne of
Wctetloo took out a marriage license
W edu(iili.,njiwnlng.m ,., ....
Lector at All Saints roetponed-Owinrf
to the continued 'absence of Dr. Mlllener,
his lectin u on. "Wireless," which was to
Le given on Thursday evening under the
ausplira of the All Saints' Social club,
has been Indefinitely postponed.
Baling oa Sllleoa Saturday Whether
Mr. Ullve Allison is entitled to a divorce
or If her husband,-" Captain ' Frances J.
Klilf.on, should get one will be ruled upon
by JmU IledUk Saturday morning. The
cm Is now over, arguments by Attorneys
Yelp.tr and Woodland being concluded
Tuetduy Hftcinoon. - .
Meeting of Billion Teteraaa Brigadier
Uem-ial Charles Morton and Mre. Morton,
and Lieutenant Colonel Thorns Swobe and
Mre. Swobe a 111 leave Thursday evening
for St. l.outs enrnute to Pittsburg Landing,
Tenn., to participate In the forty-seventh
annlviisary of the, battle of Pittsburg
Land ng, or Bhtloh. The rarty will go by
steamboat from St. Louis down the Ml
sl!lppl river to the Tennessee river and
up that ilvrr by boat to Pittsburg Land
ing. The anniversary celebration will take
place Apt II and T. General Morton and
Colonel Swobe both participated In the
Cheng in JTavy Becrultittg- Torce
CTlef Yeoman Benjamin Suhloe, who has
been attached to the navy recruiting sta
tion In Omaha for nearly eighteen months,
has been relieved of duty and Is transferred
to the I'nltad States war steamer, I-an-caaler,
at Philadelphia. Chief Yeoman
Bohlue. will leave for Philadelphia Satur
day. Mrs. Schloe will accompany him, but
will make her home at Washington, D. C,
ultimately, lie is succeeded at the Omaha
nival recruiting station by Chief Yeoman
A. Shaney, recently from the battleship
Mlnnesotu. Mr. ghaney reported for duty
PROPHET OF LAST CENTURY
Rev. . William - Baraeaa l.eetares
fie fa re Large Aadleaca at
' V. M. C. A.
Rev. William' Burgess. D. D.. of Chicago
was the .'apeak at; last night's meeting
at the Young Women's Christian associa
The exercises connected with the opening
of tha new building have been carried on
during the entire week and will close to
day. A crowd which filled the auditorium
of the nuw building was in attendance last
night )o hear the addreee of Dr. Burgess,
whose subject was. "A Prophet of the
The speaker Is the father of Mrs. Emma
Hyr. tbe general secretary of tba Omaha
association and Is a well knovn Chicago
The great ucce of Dr. Pierce' Golden Mediea! Pit
rovcry in curia, weak etamach, wasted bodies, weak
lung, and obstinate aod lingering cough, is besed oa
the recognition of tha fundamental truth that "Golden
Medical Discovery" suppliee Nalare with body-build-i,
tissue-repairing, snuecle-snaking materials, in eon
deneed and eonceatrated form. With this help Nature
ujplie tha accessary itrcogth to tha etomaoh to digest
food, build up tha body and thereby throw off lingering
obstinate cough. , The "Diicovery" re-etblisbe tha
digestive aad nutritive organ in sound health, purifiee
and enriches the blood, aad nourish.ee lha aarve in
short establiihe aouad vigorous health.
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They are unreliable they too often
Men Get Shower
of Boquets from
Chic Mme. Yale
Woman Says She is Same Mme. Tale
of Thirty Tears Ago and Ad
mires Manly Beauty.
"Manhood is next to Godhnod," sak Mme,
Yale In her lecture before a large body of
the women of Omaha at the Boyd theater
Tuesdny afternoon. The suggestion was
inspired In the course of her address on
the subeet of masculine beauty as the an
titheais of womanly beauty, the latter being
the theme of her lecture.
" The glory of woman Is in her hair,"
said Mme. Yale, "while the misfortune of
man Is in hia baldness. Baldness la the
result of carelessness in care of the hair.
botli with men and women. The best stlm
ulus for hair preservation and beauty Is
at least trl-weekly hair baths of hot water,
Just as hot as the water can be conven
iently borne. Men are prone to wash their
hair with cold water and hence baldness."
Mme. Yale's address was a practical tem
onstratlon of beauty of the human form
and of facial beauty, stimulated by per
sistent callsthenlc exercises and massage.
She first appeared costumed as an airy
Goddess of IJberty and gave a number of
callsthenlc exhibitions showing the supple
ness of the human body demonstrating a
gracefulness of exercise of arms, limbs and
body, the exhibitions being given to the
measure of patriotic airs. Her second ap
pearance was that of a semi-costumed
Aphrodite to illustrate the poses of walking
and displayed" a grace of movement mar
velous In Its beauty aa compared with the
ordinary carelessness of feminine walking.
She showed the extremes of gracefulness
and awkwardness In walking. Her third
appearance waa In full modern costume in
'I have heard It said that I am not the
same Mme. Yale of thirty years ago. But
wish to deny that aspersion, for I know
of no other Mme. Yale,"., said she. "I am
but a representative of what care and pru
dence can do. Nothing conduces more to
the preservation of our youth than care."
She gava many auggeatlona relative to the
practice of facial massage, illustrating them
by practical applications, and cautioned
women as to the care of their hair. ' Gray
hair," she said, "Is are Indication of un
healthy hair. Hot water, aa hot aa you
can conveniently bear Is the best bath for
the hair and should be given not more than
three times a week. It stimulate the capil
lary glands and induce hair growth."
His Wife Dead
Gas , Jets Are Turned on and Case
is Evidently One of
Mrs. B. 8. Selsle, 1510 Doroas atreet com
mltted suicide Tuesday afternoon by gaa
Mr. Selele returned home from work
about :1S yesterday afternoon and found
the doors locked. He supposed his wife
had gone to visit her sister, and thought
nothing of it. He went out and got sup
per and later returned home to find the
house atlll close.!.
He became alarmed, forced the door and
found Ms wife dead, with every gas Jet
in the house and In the gaa stove wide
open. Dr. Holovtchiner wag called, but
found that the woman had been dead an
hour before he arrived.
Mrs. SUxle left two notes, neither of
which, however, gives any reason for her
act of ending her life. The first note read
Mr Dear Husband: I want ynu to give
some of my things to my slaters. Don't
forget to give my mother's pin to them.
When you die I want you laid beside me.
Will you do so? The lot number la section
10. No. 450. Forest Lawn.
The second note read:
I don't want you to forget my sisters
and give them some of mv things. Be sure.
I had so much. My neart Is broken.
Mrs. Selzle waa about 3S years of age and
had lived all her life In Omaha. There
are no children. Her husband Is a clerk
In the army Quartermaster store house In
this city. The sisters referred to In the
notes sra Mrs. K. ft. Benaon of Portland,
Ore., and Mrs. George Heinae of Dundee.
' Mr. Belale la completely overcome by the
ahock und la unable to give any reason
for his wife s desire .for death.
J. W. Basp. 291 Brimcl street, frame
dwelling. 11.800: Kmm. - M. Ki-kles, 312)
Maple atreet, frame dwelling, luU.
TEACHERS MEET IN OMAUA
Enit Central Nebraska Association
Holds Three Days' Session.
TWELVE COUNTIES REPRESENTED
Over Flfteea Haadred School I
ilrirtnri Are Expected ta Atlead
Fa art a Aaaaal Mectlag at
Teachers In the public schools of twelve
counties will meet In Omaha Thursday to
attend the annual convention of the Rest
Central Nebraska Teachers' association,
The convention continues t,ill Saturday and
over l.nOO teachers are expected to attend.
The meeting will be the fourth annual
gathering of the members of the aasocla
The Bast Central Nebraska Teachers' as
sociatlon la the youngest organisation of
the sort In the state, but notwithstanding
this It last year atalned a membership of
1.4(0, rltaling the state association. The
district includes the counties of Burt, But
ter. Colfax, Cass. Dodge. Douglas, Nance,
Polk, Platte, Sarpy, Saundera and Wash
The best available talent ha been secured
for the convention and among the speakers
will be Herbert L. Wlllett of Chicago
university. President W. 1,. Brysn of the
Indiana State university. President A.
Ross Hill of the Missouri State university,
Dean Charles Fordyce of tha teachers'
college of the Nebraska State university,
State Superintendent Bishop, Prof. M.. V.
O She, of the Wisconsin State university
and other prominent educators. Dr. O'Shea
addressed the teachere when they gathered
In convention In South Omaha, last spring
The general meetings of the convention
will be held In the First Methodist church
while the sectional meetings will be held
In the city hall, convention room of the
Rome hotel. First Congregational church.
Lyric theater and the city library.
Prosrrana In Fall.
The program is as follows:
FIRST GENERAL SESSION.
Thursday, S P. M.
(First Methodist church. Twentieth atreet
and Capitol avenue)
Violin solo Hiram Scovllle South Omaha
Prayer Rev. J. W. Conley
Addrecs of welcome Supt. Davidson
Response.. ..Superintendent Dixon. Tekamah
Vocal solo Fannie Meyers. Omaha
Lecture "Home Educational Ideals' ..
Dr. Herbert L. Wlllett, Chicago
III Foreign lnds With Great Com
..Mrs. Julia R. Leverett, Council Blurts
BKCOND GENERAL SESSION,
Friday, 9:30 A. M.
(First Methodist church).
Children's choruses, Omaha schools
Seventh and Eighth grade.
Paper "The Development of Moral
Principal Graff, Omaha High school
Vocal solo (selected
Elizabeth Sheehan. Columbus
Paper "Hafe Anchorage In BrtucMlon"
....Superintendent Waterhouse, Fremont
Clarinet solo "Polonaise Brilliant'
Ferdinand Pacal. Weston.
Address "How to Manage the Boy"
Dean Fordyce. Teach
ers' College, University of Nebraska
RURAL SCHOOL AND COUNTY SUPER
FYiday, 7 P. M.
(City hall. Eighteenth and Farnam
H. Rhodes, pre!-
Papen'-Heat, Light and Ventilation''..
Iena Pints. Clarkson
Paper "Selection and Supervision of
IJbrarlea for Rural Schools"
Aames Lewis. Ames
Discussion Mrs. Mary Athen. Blair.
Paper "Development of Individuality"
K Ada 8. Brown, Osceola
Discussion Elsie Sprague. Clarke.
Address State Superintendent E. C. Bishop
Business session, election of officers.
HIGH SCHOOL SECTION,
Friday, S P. M.
(Convention hall, Rome hotel).
Superintendent John Speedie, president,
Paper "Value of Initiative"
1. H. Brit
tell, principal high school. Columbus
Discussion J. y. McLene, superintendent
schools. Florence; A. R. Nichols, super
visor manual training. 8outh Omaha.
Paper "How 8hall We Keep Our Bnye
In School?" C. N.
Walton, superintendent schools. Wehoo
Discussion Cora O'Connell, principal
high school. Ashland: R. O. Brownell, prin
cipal high school, Schuyler.
pr)r"The Old vs. the New In Educa
tion" ...Allan R.
Congdon, principal high echool. Fremont
Paper "The Philosophy of Correction"
Graff, principal high school, Omaha
Dlscusslon-R. R. McGee, superintendent
Business session, election of officers.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL SECTION,
Friday. I P. M.
(First Congregational church auditorium,
Nineteenth and Davenport streets).
Principal Elisabeth . Hayes, president,
p4pr"To What Extent Are the
Ruby Rlrkley. Columbus
Discussion J. W. Gamble, superintendent
faper "Essentials of Grsmmar Grade
Geography" 'da Dcnn, Papllllon
Discussion Ida T. Thompson. Columbus.
Paper "Pat ii to Higher Ideals"
1 Mrs. E. B. O. Wllllama. Wahoo
Paper industrial and Commercial
..Josephine Yelinek. Plattsmouth
Paper "kinds of Reading for Seventh
and Eighth Grades and Methods of
Teaching It" Dalsv Speckard. Fremont
Dlwuaslon .?. It. glnthower. euperintend
en schools. PapilMon.
Business session, election of officers.
PRIM ART SECTION.
Friday. ! P. M.
(First Congregational chuch Sunday
school room. Nineteenth and Davenport
Miss Minnie Manners, president. Wahoo.
Rvthm and eight reading, with a group
of children, conducted by Martha Homc-ltus,
"The Maintenance of Intereet In Neces
sary Drills. Dependent I'oon What Fac
tors?" Papers by Emma Peterson, Wahoo,
and Cecils Lyon, South Omaha.
"Games and Plays; Their Value and
Place In the Schoolroom." Eva Mixer,
Fremont Normal school.
Group of songs hv First grade pupils
(a i The Sugar Plum Tree (Eueene
(b) Slumber Song (Riley) Oaynor
(c Flag Song Gavnor
(d America (Smith) Carey
Directed by Hattle White, Omaha.
'Waste and Gain in Busy Work."
Patera by Amelia Martin, Plattamouth,
and Ada Hicks. Fremont.
"Primary Work From tbe Superintend
ent's Point of View." J. F. Mclane.
suiierintendent schools. Florence: Charles
ri Arnot. superintendent schools. Schuyler.
Solo (selected i Fannie Meyers, Omaha
Address "Primary Schools in Ger
Mav Schlee, State Virmal school. Peru
Business session, election of offlcere.
Friday, t P. M.
(lAric theater. Nineteenth and Farnam
MJss Fannie Arnold, president, super
vtr of music. Omeha.
Group of songs, by pupils of Seventh and
FJghth gradee. Omaha city achoole.
Paper 'Musical Hlstorv"
Brllth Anderson. Omaha
Chorus Pupil feVrath Omaha arhoola.
a "Tbe Spring Has Corse"
Maud Valeria White
lb) "Because" (D'Hardelotl
..Varllla Maxwell. Fremont
Music In primary grades. Illustrated by
elnts of t.iiplls. Susan Da Graff. Benson.
Art. "Honor and Arms'' (Samson)
Haade) C. W. Weeks. Fremont
Taper "The Mutation of Volee and Its
Treatment "..Charlea W. Miller, Lincoln
Song -"Indian Iov Lyric" (Wood-
Eunice Knsor, South Omaha
Btmlness session, election of offlcere.
Round table for Supervisors, conducted
by Eleanor Andrews, Wahoo.
STORY TELLERS' LEAGUE SECTION.
Friday. 2 P. M.
(City library lecture, room. Nineteenth
and Harney s'reetsi
Grace Miner, president. Omaha.
History of the league and Its object.
Stor'es told to Illustrate methods and
Business session, election of orf leers.
THIRD GENERAL SESSION.
Friday. S P. M.
(First Methodist church. Twentieth
street and Capitol avenue).
Music "Miserere." from Verdi Trova-
tore. Martha Urym. soprano; Carrie Kalr
chlld, contralto. Supported by semi-chorus
from the Wagner organization of Omaha.
"A Word of Greeting." Chancellor Avery.
University of Nebraska, introducing the
lecturer of tne evening.
Address-Pr. A. Ross Hill, piesldent Mis
souri State university.
FOURTH GENERAL SESSION.
Saturday, 30 A. M.
(First Methodist church. Twentieth
street and Capitol avenue).
Music "Messengers of Peace," from
Wagner's Rler.sl. (Juaitette. Omaha.
Martha Orym. first soprano; Joanna An
derson, second sopi n no; t'nra S. Ander
son, first alto: Carrie Fairchild, second
Address "The Trend of the Teens." Dr.
M. V. O Shea. University of Wisconsin.
Vocal olo (Selected)
liura Goetx, Omaha
Addreee "The Education of the Dispnsl
tlon." President W. L. Bryan, University
Business session, election of officers and
Long on Talk,
Short on Work
General Order for Repair of Fare
ments Subject to Condition of
lounciim en tne ragged edge a to
whether thej .'were nominated or not, man
aged to consume nearly three hour of
time last night while nervously awaiting
returns from thi primary election. Many
long speeches were mad. notably by Coun
cilman McGovern. largely for the same rea
son, apparently, that a small boy whistle
when passing through a cemetery, to keep
up his courage. But little business wa
All treet pavement In the city will be
repaired thie spring where needed, subject
to the condition of the funds. Councilman
Brucker Introduced a resolution ordering
the repair of cer'ain streets In the northern
part of the city, but Councilman Zlmman
amended It to Include all streets, and the
amendment carried. The city engineer wa
Instructed to do the work.
Bids on paving of fourteen streets, held !
up by the council a ween ago In con
treventlon to the advertisement and the
character under which It wa Inserted In
the official paper, were opened last night
and referred to the city engineer for tabu
lation. An ordinance was introduced providing for
submitting to the electors at the regular
city election In May the question of Is
suing bonds in the sum of tltf.oos for fire
Three sanitary flushing mschlnes, for
street cleaning work, were bought of a
St. Iouis house for delivery before April .
Eight boulevard tamps -will be Installed
on Sixteenth street, befween' Howard and
Jackson streets, at ' the request of the
"boosters'Of the "JOO club." The lamps
will be Installed and maintained at the
expense of the club.
The council decldwed to aell the stalls
in Marketplace on April 1.
BLACK LIKES LOS ANGELES
It Is a City Whose CI l
Ara rilled , with C lvle
Charles E. Black has returned to Omaha
after a visit of weeks in southern Califor
nia, moatly at Los Angeles. Mrs. B'sck
atopped off at Excelsior Spring where she
will remain for two weeks.
Speaking of Los Angele. Mr. Black said:
"One thing I liked about Los Angele was
that every citizen of that town constitutes
himself and herself as a committee on
civic pride. It is a city of beaut ful homes,
yard, flowers and streets.
"Every citizen seeks to do the most to
beautify his home surrounding, whether
It be on a hillside. In a ravine or on the
level eireets. We visited O. W. Wattles
new suburban home near Ivs Angeles st
Hollywood. Mr. Wattles and family ar
now there and are entertaining a houae
party of Omaha friends, ao when we went
out there It wa very much like being at
home. Among those attending the house
party were the Klrkendalls. Ward Burgess
and family, Victor Caldwell and other.
They will remain there several days yet."
NORTH WYOMING PROSPEROUS
r I. Belter Shane, Says
t .r ie.t.
t of i't-
John Rose, a northern Wyoming ranch
man living several miles east of 8hfrllan,
Is at the Her Grand.
"Northern Wyoming Is enjoying great
prosperity this season," says he. "The
rattle business is thriving as never before.
I brought down several loads of cattle
fattened on my ranch that I think will size
up with anything recently brought to the
"Omaha Is our natural market and we
look on Omaha and South Omaha as a moat
a part of ourselves. I have been n that
country for twenty-five years snd I have
never seen the country In a more prosper
ous condition than it now la."
A Uangeroaa Woaad
is rendered ar.tiaeptlo by Bucklen'a Arnica
8alve, the healing wonder for sores, burns,
piles, eczema and salt rheum. Sc. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
ON TRAIL OF BOY ROGUES
Javealla C'oart Undertakes ta Stoa
Mischief of Yoaagstera
The Juvenile court Is undertaking to stop
the process of grain thefts by small boys
at tha instigation of a "fence." Offenses
of the sort have, It Is said, been numerous
recently, and In one rase an arrest has
been made, a boy named Thomaa Dwyer
being Infoimed against. Several other boya
will be taken on the aame charge.
The chief effort fa to get evidence against
th alleged Inatigator of these thefts from
cars and the rase will he worked up a
completely aa possible agalnat the man in
A Sarsaparilla free from Alcohol
Is alcohol a tonic? No! Does it make the blood pure? Nol Does
It strengthen the nerves? Nol Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla t tonic?
Yesl Does It make the blood pure? Yes! Dot it strengthen
the nerves? Yes! By asking your doctor you can learn more
ahout this family medicine. Follow hi, advice t. fV
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Failure of Emergency Clause
Charter Causes a Tangle.
ASSESSMENT UNDER OLD LAW
('tared Mea Arrested far fteaMag
Salooa Have flame Property
ldeadded ar Praarletar
The fact that the South Omaha chsrter la
likely to be finally passed without the
emergency clause haa become a source of
worry to certain of the officials because
of the changes In the method of fixing the
levy and arriving at the valuation of the
city property. The charter without the
emergency clause becomes effective about
July 1. Therefore the assessment will be
made aa It always has been, according to
the attorneys familiar with the situation.
When the aisessment has been completed
the levy and tht appropriation ordinances
will conform to the requirements of the
Some of the officials professed to believe
that th charter would not be effective
In the expenditures of the next fiscal year.
Thla would prevent the Increased expendi
ture In the fire and police departments, a
well aa the Increases In salary of tha oilier
It will soon be not an unusual sight to
see the city assessor walking up to the
front door. With the provisions of the
new charter, when It becomes effective,
the county assessor will make the assess
ment and the city tax commissioner will
take his record aa a basts for the city
assessment. He will have the right to
raise the valuation subject to the approval
of the Board of Review, which, under the
new charter. Is the mayor and council.
The duty of the tax commissioner, aside
from preparing the schedule. Is to assess
the railroads for the terminal taxation and
to assist In ths collections of the taxes
torh hecelpts Liberal.
Receipts at the South Omaha yards
showed more liberal than expected and
the prices went down 10 or 18 cents
yesterday. The hog receipts amounted to
17,500. About 7,0(10 cattle and 11.000 sheep
made up the figures. Receipts In hogs are
again encouraging. The decrease since the
first of the yer, which reached at one
time lGo.000, Is lets at present. The de
crease to date Is slightly over 91.000. The
commission men are not looking for a bet
ter year In hngs than 19. They predict
high prtcec and fewer hogs. The sheep
recelpta continue to Increase steadily, so
that the year shows better so fur by eO.ooO.
The receipts of hogs yesterday were the
largest for the year.
Arrests for Barglary.
Detective P. If. Shields has secured evi
dence which he la positive will result In
of William Ferguson, W.
McNeal and C. L. Welsh for burglary.
Last Saturday night the saloon of Herman
Anger was robbed by parties, who secured
IS and two Jugs of rum, some quart bot
tle of whisky and several boxes of cigars.
The detective caught a scent which quickly
landed Ferguson and McNeal. One of
the two sold a meat book of Armour A
company which had been In the cash
register. He confessed enough to Impli
cate the other men. The liquor and cigars
were found Tuesday tinder Welsh's porch.
When searched at the station, Welsh had
several pieces of Canadian money which
Anger had been keeping. There was a
silver franc piece also which Anger was
able to positively Identify as being in Lha
Tearkeri Attend Weddlag.
A large number of South Omaha teachers,
friends of Miss Ruth M. Turner, attended
her wedding to Thomaa J. Medland of Red
landa. Cal., leal night. The ceremony waa
at All Saints' Episcopal church, Omaha,
at 8 p. m. After the ceremony a wedding
reception followed, in which all the friend
Jolred with zeal. Many of the teacher
remembered the bride with appropriate
gifts. The parties will leave soon for the
Jourt.ey to California, where their new
hone awaits them. Miss Turner will be
remenibtred by all people who have been
fan.illar with the South Omaha school.
She was an efficient and faithful principal
at tho Hawthorne school for twelve year.
This Is one of the best records as com
pared to any teacher In the city.
Maale City Gossip. -
Jetter's Gold Top Feer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No.
A la rue crowd erjied the King' Dnufh
t'rs" dinner Inst en!ng at the Preshy
M;lre Grace, Fotty-fourth .nd Harrison,
rr ported that someone had entered his
residence and taken from -t a set of silver.
The Klopp-r!artlf it company accepted ths
warrant yesterday for 11. SO) In settlement
of the long standing claim for vault fix
tures of the city hall.
l-lrtha reported yesterdsv: Ed Swatek,
, 'Torty-fourth and I. boy; Joe Sterba, Twenty-second
and 8 girl: Rudolph Diets, 321
JTorth Twenty-sixth, girl.
E. F.asterbrook got the lop price yester
cUy lor fifteen white faced Herefords,
averaging 1.4 each i. At $S .
uuy hrougnt him Sl.toO. Th
mot 1100 ench.
At $K) per hundred
is figure Is nl-
Mr. and Mra. O. K. Paddock will enter
tain at dinner this evenii.g In he nor of
E. K. Hawlcy, father of Mrs. Paddock, on
the occasion of his elgiity-elghth birthday.
lAmong the guests will be Walter B.
fcheldun, aged 91 year.
Aa Inhalation for
Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Creeeiane la a Boan to Aattimatfoa.
Doss It so Mm mors ottts ta rastka Is a
raatady lot !. el tba bnatbla arsea taaa
ta take tha ramaily lata taa atenacat
ureseleae curse awwusa tba air, wmw
tronglr aaLUetlc, la ewtiea am tba aimnit
surface wtta every braata, firing prolcis aa
eonataat trsataoeaU 11
Draluable to aftataere
wlia mall children.
for IrrttatMt throat
there It Duthma oritur
Sand in oetaa
fbr Hmp't bottle.
UA Fiiltua nina,
I K. w Vurs.
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN
U yau aa paiua In tha hack, Urlaarr, HKIu
ar klanay Trouble, an waac a certala. !rint
hark nlirf h-aa Woman Ilia, try ktoiaar Gray's
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laior. an rallavoa all Foaiala Woahn.ma. in
slueiuf isflamaiailon an a!ortlona. atotaar Graft
Aaatrallaa Laat la Ml by Proaclota er seal Yf
Mil (or M cte. gaaisla tent rnitS. Aaaraaa. Tba
Moiaor Orar Co., La Roy. N. T.
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KNEE PANTS SUITS . $4.00 $5.00 and $6.50
LONG PANTS SUITS, up from $7.50
Our hoys'. Confirmation Hats dis
play every new style in the finest
quality ever shown in this city.
Appropriate shapes, such as tele
scopes, Pandips, Orleans and Rack
ets, in a regular $1.50 ((
quality, special, at P I JU
Boys' Confirmation Shirts
Boys' and Youths' Shirts
Made like men's shirts, of
the very same materials, in
swell patterns and light col
ors, pleated or plain soft
fronts, sizes 12VL to 141 !
50c 75c and"$1.00
Men s Oxfords that out-wear,
out-style and out-comfort any
a a a
other brands selling at
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aos south laiti st.
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W'p nrp now jliowiiifr all the
newest npproprinte styles of
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