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.IRIEF CITY NEWS
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SONS AND D AU C11TERS TO DINE
Arrangements Complete for Celebra
tion of "Yorktown Anniversary.
SOCIETIES TO MEET TOGETHER
Itars Boot Print It.
R. P. Iwotooaa Certified AoconnUnt.
Kinthart. FhotofTaphar, llih Farnam.
I.lktlf Tlsturss, Burgess Qrsnden Co.
Hern, photo, removed to 16th & Howard.
J. A. Osntlsman Co, Undertakers. New
location 16U Chicago St. Both phonea.
So.ultabls Life Policies eight drafts at
maturity. H. D. Neely. manager. Omaha,
Coal Hill Coal Company Large Nut,
I.-, ptr ton. ,'ood cooking coal. lei. L). 8-8
Ivery Dollar Placed trim the Nebraska
Savings and Loan Assn. helps to
am another. Klx per cent per annum
credited semi-annually. lo Board of Trade.
W. 3. Walsh Burled at Newton, la. The
body ot V. J. Walsh, a former salesman
for Haydvn Bros., whose death occurred
Sunday right of apoplexy, has been taken
to Newton, la., his former home, for burial.
Valsh was K years of age and slnglu.
Und Ser Schndge WU1 Speak Tet Mrs.
William Alt.otadt, wife of Justice Altntadt,
s to celebrate her seventy-third birth day
this evening by a family dinner. Two
great granilrhlMren, who '.Ive In Omaha,
will attend the function. "Der Sschudge"
has promised to make a speech.
Workman Gets Verdict Against Swift
Stephen I. Brown Is awarded ti.Tlo by a
!ury In district court which heard his suit
igalnst Swift and Company. Brown was a
workman In the South Omaha plant and
lad his hand crushed by a truck. The
ury went out at noon Monday and re
lumed a sealed verdict at 10 p. m.
Pictures for B4ver Cong rss4-Dr. 3.
Alexander Miller of Omaha has offered Ills
large collection of Missouri liver boat pic
tures as an exhibit during the nveting of
the Missouri Klver Navigation congress In
Dmaha December 14. 16 and 16. He has a
iollectlon of over 200 photographs of boats
allien have run on the Missouri, some of
nhlch were taken more than twenty years
Students Oolnr to live stock Show
Eighty-five agricultural students from the
University of Nebraska at Lincoln will
pass through Omaha Bunday over the
Burlington route for Chicago, whero they
ulll attend the National Live Stock show.
The students will be accompanied by Dr.
K. L. Peters and Prof. A. E. Davidson.
Three Pullmans have been reserved for
Mrs. Drayton Bnnhnell, Vice Presi
dent fienernl Dnnahters of Amer
ican Rerolnttntw, mm( Those
to Respond to Toasts.
Coal Case Railing
is Big Boost for
Loomis Just Now
Decision of Judge Sanborn Vindicates
Contention of Union Pacific
Arrangements for the dinner to be given
at the Rome hotel Tuesday evening. No
vember JO, In celebration of the 127th an
niversary of the recognition of Great
Britain of Amtrlcan Independence, have
been practically completed.
Several hundred invitations have been
sent out to tne Sons of the American Revo
lution and Prughters of the American
Revolution tliruHhout the state and many
acceptances have been received. The com
mittee In charge urges that those expect
ing to attend the dinner send In their
acceptances as early as practicable to John
F. Flack, president of the City National
Bank. Omaha. f
A telegram was received from Mrs. Gen
eral Frank Wheaton at Denver this morn
ing announcing her Intention to be present.
The program of toasts so far as arranged,
"The Daughters of the American Revo
lution." Mrs. Dravton Hushnell, vire-presi-dei.t
general, Daughters of the American
Revolution. . ,
"The President of the fnlted States.
General Charles F. Mmderson.
"Yorktown and the Tnlted States of To
day." John L. Webster.
"America's Future." Rev. Frank L.
The dinner Is given under the Joint
auspices of the state organizations of the
Sons and the Daughters of the American
Revolution, and promises to be the most
elaborate event of Its kind ever held In the
YorktovrH Cloc-k to Be Feature.
A notable feature will be the presence of
the old colonial clocsf which has been in
the possession of tho Peters family since.
1710, and which was at St. Petersburg, v a.,
during negotiations relating to the disposi
tion of the captured BrltiBh forces at York
town. An authenticated tradition about
this clock Is that It was keeping good time
in the room where those negotiations were
pending, there being present at the
time General Washington, Do Rochambeau,
De Grosse, Acting Secretary of War Rich
ard Peters and Lord Corwallls and other
British officers. The final details of Ue
disposition of the captured British troops
were consummated at Petersburg, Va., a
few days after the surrender.
The following committees have charge of
General Committee Mrs. Oreal S. Ward,
Lincoln, statu regent. Daughters of the
American Revolution; Mrs. John R. Web
ster, Omaha: Mrs. J. L. Kellopsr. Lincoln;
Mrs. W. D. Fitzgerald. Lincoln; Mis. ton-
Chose Daughter Before Wife Charles ,' rad Hollenbeck. Fremont; Ralph W. Breek
2. Logan of Florence has filed an answer
tnd cross bill to the petition for divorce
which was entered In district court by Mrs.
Minnie B. Logan. Logan admits that lie
tnd his 15-year-old daughter did leave the
Mine, but Bays it was only after MrsT
Logan had given him his choice between
lerself and Logan's daughter, Mrs. Logan's
Turkeys for tne Jail Birds Lieutenant
jt Police Hayes has given out information
which should be cheery news to prisoners
n the city Jail and which may have a
:endency to crowd that bantile over Thurs
day, it Is to the effect that on Thursday,
Thanksgiving day, turkey, "with all the
Irlmmina," will be served. Preparations
for the annual turkey dinner for the pris
oners Is. now under way and If they fall
to get their fill Thursday it will be te
causo they are unwell.
Repairing Burned Jail A force of men
Is engaged In making repairs to the bam
and garage at police headquarters, gutt-d
by lust Friday night's explosion and fire.
The sum of SI. BOO, appropriated for the
work, Is believed to be sufficient for the
time being. The emergency wagon patrol,
stored In one of the fire stations at the
time of the fire, has been brought to the
police station and (s ready for use. Until
the new autos are bought the car loaned
by the Drummorid ngency will serve as a
Barbara' Case Ooes OTer to Friday The
examination of the barbers, against whom
complaints were recently sworn out by D.
M. Copaa, charging them with breaking
the Sabbath, set fur Tuesday In police
court, was postponed until Friday. It was
announced that the barbers would not
dispute their being open on the dates al
leged, in fact, that point would bo con
c ded, but they proposed to raise a point
i f law. All of the barbers and witnesses
wire In court ready for trial in case it
hus decided to go ahead. The witnesses
w. ro notified It would not .be necessary
for them to appear Friday, as the Indica
tions ate no testimony will be taken.
Commercial Club Blokers With W. O. W.
Tho Omaha Commercial club Is consid
ering a plan proposed by the Woodmen of
tho World whereby the latter Is to provide
looms In the new Woodmen building for
the use of the cluh. The club has ou;
crown its present quarters and tor some
tints Iihs been looking for a location. The
Insurance company which has an option on
the old United States National bank bulld-
enrldge, Omaha, president Nebraska so
ciety Sons of the American Revolution;
Paul W. Kuhns, Omuha: John F. Flack,
Omaha William II. McCord, Omaha;
Pressly J. Barr, Omaha.
Reception Committee Mrs. C. B. Letton.
Lincoln; Mrs. A. K. Gault, Omaha; Mrs.
Charles O. Norton, Kesrney; Mrs. L. C.
Doup, Omaha; Mrs. Warren F. Perry,
Falrburv; Mrs. E. G. Drake, Beatrice: Mrs.
J. B. Adam. Blair; John R. Webster.
Omaha: Kdmund R. Gurney, Fremont;
Herbert M. Bushnell. Lincoln; Paul Colson,
Fremont: John B. Dlnsmore. Sutton
George IT. Thummel, Omaha; Nelson B.
Invitation Committee Mrs. Clara Hall,
Lincoln; Mrs. Amy McKilllp, Seward; Mrs.
Princess Oleson, Ord; Pressly J. Barr.
Omaha: James Richardson, Omaha; James
H. Adams, Omaha.
SHE WISHES VENGEANCE
ON KAWVILLE DENTIST
Tall, Angrular and Insistent Woman
Visits Justice Bachmann and
Leaves In at Huff.
She was tall, angular, Insistent. Her
Incisive voice almost drew blood when
"Well, they don't fit," she exclaimed,
throwing a set of false teeth on the table,
"and I want to sue the dentist."
Justice C. M. Bachmann looked and
smiled In his most suave grace and de
clined to accept the suit.
"1 don't doubt, madam, that you have
a cause of action against the dentist
who so villainously constructed this ar
ticle of Internal apparel lying before me,
but you hay that It was made In Kansas
City. Entirely outside of my Jurisdiction,
I am sorry to Inform you."
She put the offending teeth back Into
her voice cavern and stalked out.
N. H. Lonmls. general solicitor of the
fnlon Pacific, Is in New York In confer
ence with legal luminaries of the Ilarrl
man system of railroads with reference o
the government's suit to dissolve the Union
and Southern Pacific merger. Mr. Loomis
went to New York fresh with flush of vic
tory In the decision of Judge Walter H.
Sanborn of th United States circuit court
of appeals, setting aside the ruling against
the Union Pacific In the coal case of Utah
and the report recently published of his
being In line for substantial promotion In
the law service of the Hnrriman system
hRS been strengthened by this fact.
Judge Sanborn's decision was a distinct
rlumph for Mr. Loomis. It was upon the
showing he made before the court that the
decision came. His contention was followed
out by the court and the chief points ot
law he urged furnished a ground for the
Nothing Is known In Omaha as to what
plans are In store for the reorganization of
the legal department In New York, but the
belief IS unlnlng ground that Mr. Loomis
will sooner or later be called to New York
to Join the staff there, of which President
Lovett was the head until his succession
to the presidency of the Union Pacific.
Mr. Evarts Is now head of the legal department.
Whether it Is of the nose, throat,
stomach, bowels, or more delicate or
gan, catarrh Is always debilitating and
should hate attention.
The discharge from the mucous mem
brane Is because this Is kept In a stat
of Inflammation by an Impure condl- i
tlon of the blood. Therefore, to euro
take the best blood purifier.
Tn usual llfr'i'd fTTi or chocolated tablets
known as Satsatsbs. 100 does ft. !
Ma bray Trial
Goes Over Till
March Next Year
Case Postponed by Judge Smith B.
McPherson on His Own
VVithnell, Too, is
for Modern Jail
Building Inspector Joins Chief Dona
hue in Condemning Present
Old Death Trap.
'I want to Indorse most emphatically
everything Chief of Police Donahue said
In The Bee about the old central police
station and the new county Jail," said City
Building Insp?ctor Wlthnell. Neither the
city nor the state would permit ar private
party or corporation to maintain suoh a
death trap as the city lockup. It Is only a
question of when, as to putting in danger
every person confined there, especially In
the cells where the women are placed, and
the mime is true of the cells for male
"If there Is any authority In this depart
ment that can be brought Into play Iron
shutters will be placed on the new county
Jail. While the present police station ex
ists any hour may produce a fire that
will fill tho building with smoke and
fumes and create a disastrous panic. The
city should find a way to provide a safe,
fireproof lockup at once."
Sleeps Out All
Night in the Snow
Stranger Giving His Name as Nels
Pierson Comes Near Freez
ing to Death.
Through the vigilance of Policeman Wat
ters, whose beat lies partially on Four
teenth street, Nels Plersen was probably
saved from being frOzen to death In a
snowbank near a house Just across the
street from the Omaha General hospital
Pierson, It Is believed, had been out In
the snow all night, until about 11 o'clock
Tuesday morning, when Officer Watters'
attention was r?rawn to him. Pierson was
taken to police headquarters to be de
tained until he recovered from the effects
As Officer Watters was walking along
Fourteenth street In the vicinity of the
hospital ho glanqfd to the east side and
saw a dark object almost entirely covered
with snow. It was Pierson, nearly dead
with exposure. The police auto was has
tily summoned and Pierson taken to head
quarters for attention.
Both of his hands were more or less
frost nipped. Great chunks of snow and
Ice clung to his shoes und clothing and
it Is believed the man would not have
been able to exist many hours longer.
Pierson Is 50 years of age and to all ap
pearances had been having a "good" time.
He was still In a dazed condition when
taken to the station and beyond securing
his name It was impossible to learn any
thing concerning him. The name Nels
Pierson does not appear in the city direc
It you desire a clear complexion take
Foley's Orlno Laxative for constipation and
liver trouble, as It will stimulate these or
gans and thoroughly cleanse your system,
which Is what everyone needs In order io
feel well. Sold by all druggists.
THE SIMPLE LIFE FOR HANSEN
One Crowded Hour of Kxcltement
Satiates Man Who Shot l'p
Town of Millard.
One glorious crowded hour of life la
enough for James Hansen, who upset the
calm of Sunday at Millard by firing off a
revolver on a public street just when pious
folk were coming home from church with
thoughts of the sermon and of dinner. In
WHAT COLOR TO PAINT
RUBBISH J30XES A PUZZLE
It Vexes the Brains of City Clerk
Untler and Street Commis
What color Is most appropriate for the
street corner rubbish boxes? That Is the
question that Is puzzling City Clerk Butler
and Street Commissioner Flynn. Bntler,
being of an esthetic cast of mind, favors
a pearl gray, with mauve strlplngs and
purple panels on the upper part. Mr. Flynn
Insists the original Intention was to have
the boxes a sea green "shade, but would
consent to having them painted autumn
brown, to harmonize with the asphalt
"If we make those boxes of a green color,
In any shade, we will cause them to be
mistaken for mall boxes." Bays the city
clerk. "They are so handy women would
be dropping their Christmas packages and
bridge Invitations Into them, and any man
of experience knows that sort of con
tretemps would be an Interminable source
of trouble. If we cannot be artistic and
nave a care ror tne eternal verities, we
may at least concede something to the
growing desire that municipalities shall
set tho example of having everything In
symphonic harmony. A box' painted with
out regard to Its altruistic purpose will
disturb the landscape, and won't hold any
more paper than an artistically adorned
receptacle that Is pleasing to the eye, and
that appeals to the esthetic taste so prom
inent a feature of all Omaha's public un
dertakings. So I have about concluded to
prepare, specifications for painting the
debris dumps in a way to conceal their
rough purpose under a soft exterior."
Many Traffic Men WiU Be Able to
Eat Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving day this year will be made
of special significance to employes of
roads, It has been announced that owing
to the general slack trade on this
day, all local freight trains will suspend
operation, giving the trainmen a whole
holiday. General offices of the Union
Pacific, the Burlington and the North
western roads will be " closed during the
Most of the roads announce special
Thanksgiving menus aboard their dining
all baggage, day coaches and passenger
traffic has a slump on this festal day,
because most people-,, urnange to be at
home, yet, this fact --does not cause the
railroads to hesitate tri' offerlng a menu
with roast turkey and 'all the trimmings.
The Chicago & Northwestern will fur
nish Its dining car passengers with special
menus, printed up In appropriate style.
A large turkey gobbler Is embossed on the
cover and In addition to the Insert Is a
column of recipes for Thanksgiving or
Christmas dinners which may be mailed
The trial of John C. Mabray has been
postponed from December 7 to March .
1!'10, by Judge Smith R McPherson of the
federal court on his own motion.
Judge McPherson submits two type writ
ten pages of reasons for this action, the
principal reason being: Counsel for he
defendant have filed many demurrers and
many of the defendants are now In other
states fighting orders of the courts to
enable them to get to Iowa. Judge Mc
Pherson himself Is holding court at Dee
Moines and will be busy there until De
cember 4, which will preclude the possibil
ity of his hearing these demurrers.
The Judge advises both sides to the case
of his action and notifies them thst If
they have further demurrers to file to file
them within the next thirty days. The
Judge lays emphasis upon the fact that
holding these trials Is expensive to the
state, to the defendants and to the many
witnesses, some of whom have to travel
thousands of miles. Therefore he urges
the wisdom of holding not more than one
trial for the alleged swindlers.
BOT STEALS WOMAN'S PURSE
l.ad Snatches l'ocketbook from
Woman In W ool worth More
Faith in the long chance and consumale
daring led a Juvenile thief to snatch a
pocket book from the hands of Mrs. M.
Nelson of Florence, while she was shopping
at the Woolworth 10 cent store on Douglas
street Tuesday afternoon.
The boy, apparently not more then 11
years of age, fled down the street and
escaped. The pocket book which he had
taken contained about SI In change.
The Midwest Life
Mr. C. L. Williams, general agent of
The Midwest Life at Norfolk. Neb., was
married Monday. November 15, 1809, at
Aylmer, Ontario, his bride being Miss
Grace Hoag, an accomplished lady of that
place. Mr. Williams Is one of the most
capable and successful general agents In
the employ of The Midwest Life. He
located at Norfolk In February of this
year. During the nine months which have
followed he has gotten his territory In ex
cellent shape, and will, undoubtedly, make
his agency one of the strongest in the
state. Twice during this time Mr. Wil
liams has been "high man" for the month
In volume of business written, and stands
an excellent chance for being "high man"
for November, notwithstanding an absence
of ten duys on his welding trip. The
Midwest Life Issued a Joint life policy on
the lives of Mr. and Mrs.. Williams on the
day of their marriage and It would be
pleased to perform a similar service for
all eligible brides and grooms.
Our Men's 5 Women's Shoes
possess so many good points that they're really worthy the attention
of everyone. Possibly you who read this ad. have never given us a
chance to prove these good points to you personally.
We assure you most emphatically that for smart, up-to-date
styles, handsome, perfect fitting shapes and long wear these shoes
can't be equaled anywhere at this price.
First class materials from sole leathe to eyelets combined
with skilled workmanship, Is the secret of their Bll around super
iority. Shown in Patent, Gun Metal and Tarls Kid leathers, for Wo
men; Box Calf, Gun Metal and Vlcl Kid leathers for men lace and
blucher styles, and Goodyear welt soles, at
"The House Of
Encraved Stationery v- '
Wtddinm nf ( Ann
All correct form in current social aus engrave)!
in the beat manner and punctually delivered when
Embossed Monogram Stationery
and other work executed at price lower than usually
A. I. ROOT, Incorporated
1210-1213 Heward St. Phone D. 104
county court Judge Leslie found Hansen
Ins and which will be bought before the i guilty of having a concealed weapon and
first of the year will also make a propo- fined him 110. Hansen had only 12.15 and
Lion to the club to ue a couple of floors! has gone to Jail. He told the court he
in that building. ! would sell Ms revolver If he could and
Sterling Ware FHKNZEU 13th tk Dodge
appropriate the proceeds to help pay his
YOUR KIDNEYS WILL ACT FINE AND
ALL BLADDER DISTRESS VANISHES
Just a few dosei regulate out-of-order
Kidneyi ending the most
If du take several doses of Tape's Dlu
tettc, all backache and distress from out-of-order
kidneys or bladder trouble will
unl.sh, and you will feel fine.
Lame back, painful stitches, rheumatism,
nervous headuche, dizziness, Irritability,
sleeplessness, inflamed or swollen eyelids,
worn-out. alck feeling and other symptoms
of sluggish. Inactive kidneys disappear.
I'ncontrollable, smarting, frequent urina
tion tespeclaliy at night) a.d all bladder
Feeling miserable and worried Is need
less, because this unusual preparation goes
at once to the disordered kidneys, bladder
and urinary system and distributes Its
healing, cleansing and vitalizing Influence ' ache. Adv.
directly upon the organs and glands af
fected, and completes the cure before you
The moment you suspect any kidney or
urinary disorder or feel rheumatism pains,
begin taking this harmless medicine, with
the knowledge that there Is no other rem
edy at any price, made anywhvre else In
the world, which will effect so thoruugh
and prompt a cure as a fifty-cent treat
ment of Pape's Diuretic, which any drug
gist can aupply.
Your physician, pharmacist, banker or
any mercantile agency will tell you that
Pape, Thompson & Pape. of Cincinnati, Is
a laige and responsible medicine concern,
thoroughly worthy of your confidence.
Only curative results can come from tak
ink Pape's Diuretic, and a few days' treat
ment means clean, active,. healthy kidneys.
bladder and urinary organs and no back-
AGED COUPLE IN SUIT
FOR BREACH OF PROMISE
Woman of 09 Snea Man of 80 for
Trifling; with Her Af
fections. Pa'-k from Rlalr have come Judge R-dlck
and attendants at court there harroaed
up by the breach of promise trial betwren
Mrs. Hannah Loosing and Henry Monke.
Mrs. Hannah Loosing, 60 years of age,
avers that Henry Monke, aged 80. Is a
trlfler, a deceiver ever, who toyed with
her affections, persuaded her that he loved
her and finally threw her over.
But a Blair Jury did not agree with the
plaintiff and returned a verdict for Monke.
Judge Redick presided at this harrowing
disclosure of confiding femininity and mas
culine perfidy as narrated by Mrs. Loosing.
It was nut Mr. Monke's first offense, ac
cording to Mrs. Loosing, for once before
was there a breach of promise, says she,
and Monks settled for $2,000.
Mrs. Loosing Uvea In Arlington and has
seven living children. Mr. Monke resides
in Fontanelle and has a son, a daughter
and 1150, OtO.
WILL USE ELECTRIC LIGHTS
ALL OVER BURLINGTON LINE
General Order Issued (hat All Bag
gage and Passenger Coaches
Khali Be Kitted l'p.
Use of electricity for lighting purposes
Is to be extended to all throuich trains
operating over th Burlington route. A gen
eral order has been Issued specifying that
all baggage, day ocaches, and passenger
cars, used on the through trains and not
wired for electric light be shopped during
the winter, either at Plattsmouth or Au
rora, III., and be equipped with the dynamo
Through trains from Chicago to Denver
via Omaha are now electric lightHd, but
the order will include the trains running
to and from Portland over the Burlington
route and the Northern Pacific.
New composite sleeping, library and ob
servation cars have been added to the
equipment of trains Nos. 9 and 10, operat
ing between Chicago and Denver over the
Burlington route by way of Omaha. These
coaches have the deep observation plat
form, twice the width of the ordinary
platform. The cars are finished In Cuban
mahogany. AHide from the library and
observation platform the cars have ten
sectioned sleeping equipment. Upper berths
as well as the lower, are fitted with indi
vidual electric lights.
of liver and bowels, In refusing to act, is
quickly remedied with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. 25c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co,
For Turkey Day
Thanksgiving Is one day when nothing but the best in the line of
eatables will do. Ws are prepared to suit every taste, every pocket
book. Here are a few of the meats most suitable. Groceries to go with
them all at the lowest market prices; Tl KKKYfci, t'lllCkE.NS,
ll"t"KS, (JLCKSK, No. 1 OVhTEKS, No. t LOI1STE1W, -USH.
The) Home of Quality.
IR. E. WELCH
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OMAHAN TO LEAD HOTEL MEN
U. W. Sherman May Become Presl.
deut of National Association
Soon to Be Formed.
Omaha la to assume the leadership In
the organisation of a national body to be
formed at a meeting at Denver early In
June. Indications point to the election of
E. W. Sherman of Omaha, president of
the Iowa-Nebraska Hotel Clerks' associa
tion, as president of the national body.
A peculiar Incident arises In the fact
that the Iowa-Nebraska organization was
formed on precisely the same date, Lssrent
ber 16. 1904, as that of the Toledo hotel
clerks, thus placing a poser before (he
national body tn a question of priority.
The Omaha hotel clerks are to become
charter members of the national organiza
tion. On December (. at a banquet to be held
at the Loyal, the Iowa-Nebraska associa
tion will map out a plan of action to be
carried through at the Denver convention.
The head of the movement In Denver la
Harry Brown, formerly employed In
"I Ncvor Saw Such Pr-coG"
This was the remark made in our store by a lady, after
looking over our stock. .
THERE IS A REASON"
We bought the Mawhinney & Ryan stock at 50c on tho
dollar and we are selling it at factory cost. Can you afford
to miss this opportunity!
RYAN JEWELRY CO.
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WOMAN'S DAY AT THE EXPO
Event Is Planned by the Women's
(lob mill Manager Mtargesa
of Corn Show.
Manager T. F. Sturgesa of the National
Corn exposition met the presidents of the
women's clubs of Omaha, South Omaha,
Council Illuffa. Dundee and l.ensun, this
morning, at the Paxton hotel and pre
sented the plans for the program for what
will be known as Woman's day at the
expoHltl n. December 7. The co-operation
of the club women was asked In Interest- I
lug all women. The morning program will j
Include topics ca culated to especially In- :
tereHt women from the farms and Mrs. j
W. Q. Whltmore of Valley, president of I
the Nebraska Home Kconomlcs association j
will preside, liana for organizing clubs
will be piesented and other things that
are attracting the attention of women.
Mrs. F. H. Colo will preside In the
afte.n.iun and the speakers will be the
president of he Federated Wi men's Clubs
of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Minne
sota. The topics presented by these speak
ers wl I Include subjects of Interest to the
city and smaller town women.
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Lv St. Louis Ar T.20 am
pm Ar.. .Birmingham... .. Lv 11.45 am 11.45am
pm Ar Columbus- Lv 6.00 am S.00 am
am Ar Albany Lv 2.30 am 2.30 am
am Ar.... Jacksonville Lv 6.40 pm 8.40 pm
Observation sleeping car, ten-section two-drawing-room sleepinf
car, free reclining chair car (bteel construction) and combination
baggage car and coach between Chicagoand Jacksonville. Through
sleeping car, and free chair car service, between St. Louis and
Jacksonville. All meals en route in dining cars. Connection at
Columbus with through sleeping car to ana from Savannah; also
with trains at Jacksonville for all Florida points and steamship
Connections for Havana. Cuba
VIA KNIGHTS KEY OR PORT TAMPA
A special Florida Folder and information as to low winter
tourist fares, reservations and tickets of your home ticket
agents or by addressing
S. NORTH, District Passcofer Agent, Illinois Central HR,
140a Farnara St., Osaaha, Neb. s
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A Home For Nothing
is just about what you g?t when you buy a home on tho easy pay
ment plan. Figure it out: If you are paying, say thirty dollars
per mouth rent, you pay $360 per year, or $3,G00 n ten yearn. You
have to pay the rent can't get away from it unless you own your
Thursday's Bee will have many choice homes advertised for
fale on the easy payment plan. Your rent money will pay for the
Thursday is home day
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