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THE OMAHA SUNDAY PEE: DECEMBER 2.
'i ArFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA:
Children Tijtt Tfc t Through Snow to
s CLriitDai Services.
SAWTtJL CACGKI 15 SI. J 01
Police Believe Ma W he ket Ova
Itlticit Haa Beea Tikri la
, - Has
i. y eMie-ren. a:! im- as we.Lj
h;rd a,t tarr anew blockade Fr day
lt,,-'iV'b Omaha to attend one or anotli-r ! The FoTtar) .all girl enj.yed a sleigh I
of th fiu.Tifrc.ua public observance (..'w lui TUrwif fic. ,
Christmas nt. Most of tr.es function .,Mr- 1 r Jdcahr,a and lean. Jack. spent j
wer conducted by tb several churches.
Tb Pur.day school ehndrea acre given
the.r annual treat and their annual gl.mps
into th mysteries of Santa Claus. At
Leflet Memorial cBurrh th children hd
an especially hard bait! with the drift
.i.i.. ... ... k tk. wer
J.ited alut ibe rturch. wbra
tna ar-pa the rnc in:a th aheiierd ,
Tt rr.,mh Lutheran church celebratefl
laat r-rt.r-g. mbrrr about half the reru:aj j
a'teniar vt tk &v.o6.r acbool u pra-
H. TWart:n- ctauwh cebra.t4 lart ar-n- j
Ir.g itJi cue of the mort pleaaajtt pr
araana ever jirepared by the j our.g people.
The true aAd ti fT!ft a ere utiumallj- f;ne
Oemext'a tnln he'd ita ar1'1
CTirtr.a program Thursday evening
Tbe Firn Metbodlat program J et
Jored by large r.uir.ber of tfca frtenda aa
eil aa tba acbool f-hlidren. The Tirat
FTejnrtaa conaregaikni. not bt ring a
chtireh home, orr.ltted th program.
St. Edirarda' ChriUma. earola and pra
rram aril be gflTen at t p. m. today.
9avial Mmiir at St. Start 1m "a.
A ajecl trmaicaJ progTara la to fee, of
fered at 10 a. m. today at St. MarUn'
eharrf ti. Tbe musical number eoni of
aa follrwa; "Oh. Come AQ Te
"Behold I Brir.g Tou Good T-
Irft."' "'Irrtf," It Dorey; 'Gloria Tibi."
lorey; "Cb, Uttle Ton of Bethlebem,"
Urookf. -Sine,' O Heavena." Clemmta; j
r-Uum Corda," rory; "fcanctua." !
Iry ; "Beaedtctua" Dorey; "Agnua Iel." ,
roerj': "O. Fa-lug' Victim." Aguinaa; ;
"C.fiim li Esciials, Nasi D!mitJ;" "Orce
la Iio;aJ Iavu3 a City." Holy communion
11 t celebr&lud al I and 10 o'clock. Rer.
A. G. Wtlt will officiate.
Bun-day the Chriatmaa murle viU t-e re-
S peated. The boly ocmmuiUoD will alao be
calebraud Sunday at t a. m.
Sunday. after Chrirtmaa at St. Cltmenfa
church the Sunday achaol will coOTena
at M a. m. Tbia aul U followed hr the
morning prayer and litany. W. E. Cullen
lil preach the aerincti- The fea of St.
Stephen will be celebrated and St. John, the
JEvangeliet ulll r observed Toeaday.
Ft. Edward a roieaion will hold fe. vioea
Sunday it I p. a
"tiad'f Oreatoet Gift," ia Rrr. George
Van 'WirilOe'i to-pte at tba Bagrtiat
chuth, Sunday r ornlng. A triiaianaar
progTtm 1U be given In tbe evenitg.
Iit. Wbeeirr wflJ hoid a ChrHtttnaa aer
wttoa at the Gerrtre X. Krewer chapel on
Chrtatoiaa momlng at II ' clock. Topic,
The "Deeper Meaning of Chrtatmaa- Aa
IT trlng tor tbe poor and arte will b taken
for tbe Idaaoair -fund. a apeoial xnualc.
No aoUicma, only church hymna and a
hort talk hy In. Wher. The public ia
cordially Invited. -
At Ruahtng-a hall, th Presbyterian will
have eptclai Chrtt-tmaa mucls on next Sab
bath, both morning- and evening aerricea.
Vr. Wklar will -rarcaca. ' Evening - topic
will be "Chriatmaa Childhood."
Tklak aawyr Caaaht.
Tba South Omaha polioa department waa
Informed by wire yealerday that the Su
Joaeph auLhorltiaa h&ve mad the arraat
of William Sawyer, wanted la South
Omaha for shooting Gene 'Wllllama Tfaura
' day ever.ii.g Tbe South Omaha authorl
tlea hav aeat dtflmte dearrtprrone. with
the lii of making aure before an of.1:.r
la diapalched to bring Sawyer back.
Wllliama abosa no cl-.ange in oonditlon
vinre ha reoovertd from tbe immediate aboek
of tbe operation, but no hipe la expreeaed
. for his recoiery. It requiraa three or four
. day a urually for rptlc po.aoning te develop
aafflclenUy to be fataL
Bhekaae at laaw Well Tlaaed.
Fortunate! for the South Omaha BitM,lJrmlail!"11 of the Montana Water com
ket, tba heavy anow of Friday merged into I "J' . .
. , . . , The Florence Pleaaure club g-v a dance
th holiday aeason. when no bock 1 ex- at paBCale a ban Christmaa evening.
pected. Th receipts yeaterday morning
weir sot affected, fur the snow arrived too
leie. Over 1.0WJ bora wer received, which
I ounttd a good many for the day befor
Christ. Tb receipt cf cattle were
only M and tba sheep vary srnalL The
be price again took a cclded Jump from
' th fail of the laat few day a Twenty to
X oenta advance waa noted on aom claasea
Tbe bulk waa about a cent bag her than
" Thursday. Tbe yard will b practically
4r,pty today and thare win be so market.
Marlc CHy Caaala.
Jctter Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of th city. Telephone No. a.
The Toung Men'a Chrtati!! assort a few
. wishes ita member and friend a tuiii
Mr. an Mr Stuart Campbell and elaugh -
ler will vtit their paremts tn Sjuth Omaha
v n if iuinwa received tne gold tti , ,i p pllPi(.t i
offered by St Martin srnurch for tb bayi11 Eucklngl.am. general manager
who sfwttiied the mwt advancement. I cf tli Union Stock yards, hav signified
Secretary Fred Metta and hia eatimab'e
wife have shoved into U Thlelka bio k.
where they will mak their bom hereafter.
Word baa been received hy the friend
of Mr. arid Mra Warren Mulliken of Fre
mont of lb arrival of a daughter Friday
morning, a delig-htlul Christmas rift-
Monkj W:(i died Friday rvorning at th
home of hi sister, T2J North Twenty-first
Th funeral wkl b announced
The abatement that X. E. Carter aa not
low nAAr f.-.e 1 h PrM)ivlMn cIiiik,!, i.
erroneju. Mr. Carier aaa in fact low .Christmas Cay reunions was tha on he.d
b.djex on tb original plana and specfloa- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cop.
U " , " sr. 14 Hickory street. Mr. and Mra Cop
vfk.$V? ietraud the foru.th -tiiveraary of their
Mat Eng.und: vice chief. John Nvstrom ' , trarriafce and were aaslated by their chil
rvord:ig eetary. p. E. Blldt: rinanctai ' dren and grakdchiidivn. making the party
n.' Ste- 'tr'usteiwwa L""' '
petersos. Eruk Joarison. FtimI Stone Fred The J4"15" t'l Christmas dinner.
Johnson. .jsd ever by lb bead of th houK-
". hold. To table were set with twenty
JOHN DOE LIKES HIS BOTTLE I p" ' n
i dinner a a served. Thar wer eighteen
Wa W' 14 Prrler Freevtaa ta Deatk
a Beta e a rate 4 fraw (lw
af Hla Treabie,
There a man freealng to death in thaibv reason of his work at Union station as
now out ber." waa tb alarm sent into
tb polio iaiioo from Twetity -first and
Jam am streets.
Peter Duloa responded -a tba emergency
Oh, g way and let ma leep," snarled
th prosuat aaaa, re.ila- over ta tola
nf eottch. Hia bead a a pillowed on a
win bottle which ha lnnatsted must go to
jail with tisa.
WYOMING WOOL MEN AWAKE
Cneieaa eaVa Oat t trvalarw Calllaa
A nesIlM ta Oaashcw
Wyoming ts awakening to th benefit
of Oraaha aa a wool market and Chey
enne ha aeat out rircu.ar letter te all
larga shl-per la Wremieg ealllcg attee-
uca la th fact that Oiali waa tn pion
eer la tr raavecaaat (or a vaetera star-
warabeua as gt t better price for
News and Gossip from Suburbs of Omaha
Whit the Neighbors Are Doing- and What They Pro post to Do Entertainingly Set Down by the
Chroniclers for the Edification of Others Who Are Interested in the Doings of Their Fellows.
Mr. and Mm W ill .am Xirholl of HiAtnri
have bn erjoyma tnor bo iday rtrtuuc
visiting st tbe W r.ght bos
Mr Clayha'jgh erj,c.4 a visit from hi
brotlsrr last week.
lKgl) Ohna.il. 0v spent a fw dirt on
the hill this week.
raw reared a vu-n fro -a Li
brother from Cruo-ads Kundar.
ilayen Tyier ia under U, doctor' a care
Mr and Mr. J. D McChesney took in
lha .Mexican band concert ai ti.e corn aoom
The Koyal Xeigribora beiid tbetr annual
7?. i "...A1. 11 "iaa nigni. aitei
nuwinnau were arrrea.
JT. Hfrtba Mii)r- ar.fl Heien Fieneheia1
iiava .r.vuaVA.oa iw a uju ra
" t firm a: T!ie roatman aoriK
nri0 prufptcllT9 tntrz.twm.
Jerjrt Mitcbtll r.a ten aurferlr.j with
u aua'. a of troacA.ua.
Ma Susi Cook aad Mra. WVe)- cr
is.i-f ai ib atarun iom Sunday.
Suiioa flmner ai t!, J. i'. jdcMaauii horut
aara. J. i. m. henj- at a cMidj-cn art
italic ti. tttt jn.u.a aA lua tu4 tuie a.,
ivcd Om, la.
i4i. K. N. Tcl ud liiu 6autjui
iiava returned I rum a vjarl ituiuvet
in i Liliiuia.
riedirg Clajk ia here fram Weium on LL
ac.aorui, LAi.Lt.grl no, iio.. to jnd tbt
Jamea McBa.ji ajid daujphler. Ellxabeui
of ioga. has!., Cariata, ara aetiQiiv lb
bulidaik a.t ibe riecijtj boa-
t'rcsaideul. t-uoker flued lha pu.plt ai u
Prt, leriaji cnurtii bui.aai uoJCir.a abd
av u mierefurg tajjt on ue oulitc
A ChiiMmaa ca.nl la nu given at Ue
Prejbj itram ciiuitb i-ridaj- ttniiig or tne
ounoaj- aruiol ci.i.orcn ajia tba lonwi cbi.
oren. Ittt extenaiunient aa very lntr
ui4 aod eu aitenond.
lira. Cfcartea Uojiur; baa bem varj"
ic Una ca.
Art Wright ia here from Routb Lk.ota
aixnaing koliaaya at tbe coma ot lot
A, C Sloan la able to be around
alter a several ' lllnesa
Miaa Mable t-Dantun. who is iert, in
Aatton. is tiert spenoin: Lb boitaaia.
Mia Marie Fleed of la Platte aa a
Utl at in Prooasoo WtDe iai aiuiaay.
Conuuctor ChiMis ia enjojuig a vtret
at ac vacation ana has a one to Hla oij
bum at Nnea, Mich.
Mi. Fanni olney tiaa been attendins
revival ineeunga at Council B-nfla tba iui
Mja. J. Hinaon and to chlldten went to
Omaba last 'itiircuj- to can on Mrs. Neil,
wn u -ery sick.
Tbe cotiaga occupied by Mr. and Mrs
Ciir.iei, jufci hJLiout Irom tae J. J. U,i
rwsiotmce waa burned vVednesoay Eigu.
'J be property waa not csrasi by ins or- !
Mr E J. Slnnarfi. wbo for some time
baa been visiung ber siaier, Mra. Wesjy
cnadd, .eft last week for Waterloo, la
tribe aUl spend lb bolidaya wiua ber aon
iLtre and tban return to her hum al Ed
Mis. Pnscilla Grahcm left Tuesday to
spend the holiday with her granddaugh
ter, Mia Helen Watt of Nortn Piairle
avMiiit, Chicago. ifor returniiig to Na
braaka sbe ex-.cta to rjid a part of ber
time with ber son In pennsy.vanla Last
Friday night Prof, and Mr. Caider en
tertained at dinner in her honor. Ln.
tto y and Miaa Graham and frtenda from
Sunday mornlnr about lf a fire was
discovered la tba J. S. fct home- Tbe
fir waa discovered by members it tba Lr.
Bata family, who reside ia tbe same
block. By the time they were able to
raach th burning building tba fire waa be
yo&d control aut aiu some difficulty J.
S. Beta and bia sisier. 11m Liixala Beta,
were rescued from the building. Thla is
one of tbe c-ldnst buildings In Be.liewie,
bavlng bea-a erected in 14 and having ten
occupied continuously by Mr Beix rlnoe
1HT7. It aaa of granite construction and one
of tli venerated landmarks in this vicin
ity in eatly daya Tbia la an entire iewt
to Mr. Beta, aa tbe insurance, which be
bd been carrying, for ffty year had Just
run out reoentlyr
Ha.roer Adock haa gone to hi home,
and from conditions at his home does not
thick it will be possible, for him ta re
turn to school after tba h oil daya
Edaaid Kugera-'CT. waa In BeUvue at
tending an alumni meeting on day last
F. H. Bmolda win leare Weflneaday for
Billiruya Mont,, to tae up h.a dutiea as
i vicholson la ai-ndinx a few seek
I at Poison. Mont.
Elols Thomas, wbo has been cm tbe sick
1 tisl fell TM-k Is renonM um 1mnmrlfi
James Barrett r.a sold hia property on
fiun putti ana nurra to vimuta.
Mra W. H. Tbcunaa returned from a vary
tplersant visit anh friends in Maquoketa
While there aaa much entertained, tie-
th sheep raisers, and urging
send their wool to Omaha.
L. L. King will represent the Omaha
wool market t th meeting of th Wyom
ing Wool Growers" axaociaiion at Cbey-
enne. January I and 4, and tbe meeting
ul th National Wool Grower" association
at Ogden. January S. 7 and a. J. M. Guild
1 will rerreent tb Omaha Commercial
)C!ub t these meeting and about fifteen
.... u , . v .
their Intention of attending tb meeting.
CHRISTMAS BRINGS JOY
TO FAMILY OF FORTY
Mr. aad Mr. C. C. Cap Celebrate
Weialag Aaalvewaarr valtk CklU
drea aad Graadrklldrem.
ProUably th most remarkai.ie of the
1 grandcliildren present.
j C. C. Cop., ar., is a veteran employ
'of the Untoa Pacific Railruad company
land is well know to th traveling public
!paaanger director. Mr. and Mia. Cop ai
the parents of fourteen children, seven bo
and seven girt, aievea of whom ar livitg.
CHRISTMAS CAUSES LENIENCY
Paase Jada raxfard F
Otteadera Except Dick Tha
a seaaerled nrisarket.
Judge Brye Crawford beajned acroa th
bench In pullc court Christnaaa meroing
with th heartiest goodwill. Tw enty-mne
penitent holiday offenders, mostly lhc.es
who bad partaken of T uietid potations
with more caserne Than discretion, wer
djxbarged ia rapid succession,
"It Is bad enoiigh te bav a btadaohe
Chnsuna Booming without having te
cure It In jail, aaid th Judg aa a fiock
of "John Ik drunks" deftarted.
Wban it cam to li Tkomaa s
aandarer wboan the puixw beiiev has a
pivdaiur' dtsptMmuwa aid habits, Lb
tr g tbe Vnor puert at soma furidion al
most every day.
Tbe Mise Frances and Grec Thomtw-n
erterlajT-d a (sire pa-'y of their friend
Clnittroaa evenma at their home.
Claude, the yr.ur.a son of M- and Mra
ClJiri E. bourn. .a itie rhtcken pox.
Tbe cold sea: hr cajed or of tse rata-T-
In Cole f bail to brek V ndar Tbe
ra3 aio- had betn turned off. but not
John 'WTiliama r rufferir with a oar
t ui.cle on hi band.
Florence t tbe trrmnu of mny b-b
and sle.hin pan! froB Omkf.n these
caya. most of them viritina the pmiiiiig
house and warming up before niurtuij l
Henry Anderson. Robert Gilding and F
H Keynoirta acl a arbitrator In the
dltrute t.f the panneirshlp of i. Minc'ri
and Emtl Har:s -n -n tvie sidewalk corc
II art. They s t re unable to arrive s' a
fcaUFfactory aoluUon of the trouble, how
eier. The Fl'-ayant Hour club have sent out
their tnvitMtio-i for their fi-at l-'Ofc "f4
.be setoson. bich they Intend to make tbe
beat ever srfren by the club.
Tbe county ct.tnTniaBKicers bars rejoined
in faro- of t.penii.g a road on lb v ei
Umita of Florence, commencing at Cay
street and seet city limits, running aouih
i feet, tber.oe seat W J4 feet to the
Muthest corner of the northwest juartr
C'f the aoutheast quarter of 2MS-1I. All
(.-.aim for dama4-e bare to be In by Feb
The Fleaaarrt Hour club ha issued ln
vitauona for a dance to be given at Col'
bail the first txt of January.
Mr. and Mrs K. H. "Reynold were the
guaets of Mr. and Mra. Paul HakeU Sun
cay for dinner.
LAM-jtn Thoxr.rif or., sho it attending tbe
I'Liveroity of Nct'raFka. is i-iiaint lb',
fcoiidaya SJ" tbe f-uet of hia Mother, W.
H. Ibom-tison and family.
L. R. G.-iffiih ha teen busy ail tbe week
saa.'r.g ai:d manicurinp bs chicken fr.r
tie poultry hos- at Omaha next week.
He will enter forty-fire bird thi year
and expweta to carry off aa many priae
thi. year a. be did last, wbrn he -son a .
ribbon in aimoat every .a he entered.
Mr. Cot: pal spent Monday in Herman.
Jay Ritchie is home for the holidays.
Mr. and Mra. F. H. Rcynolda wer tb
r-efj ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman Sun
day. Tbe Ponca Ladies' Aid society gave a
long-and-ehon social Friday evening at tbe
ch ui cb,
Mr. Van Syckle, who haa len visiting
Ms daughter, Mrs. Frd Hartman, left
Monday for h?S home in Huron, S. t.
Mr. Schrreero. a Japanese student from
BUlevue college, sufplied th Ponca Pres
byterian church last Sunday.
'The Ponca FYesby lerian church will
give it Christmaa entertainment at tbe
church Monday evening.
Miss Hildur Erickson of Falrview la
spending th wetk In Flortnoe,
Thirtie Brothers have lurchased an
vtrht-horse pi-wer gasolir.e eng ne to do
wora en their farm north of town.
Ham Ritrhie of Stratton. Nob ia visit
.r.g hia brother.
City Engineer Rrynoida presenled his
rr-iF-n&von a cite enr reer to the orun
cll Monday evening and It was ccerted.
Tbe council will appoint J. P. Crick to
fill th vacancy at the next meeting.
Crarle Frost aa the guest of L. R
Griffith at Mar.dy Lee Poultry farm
Christmas for dinner.
Mr. and Mra. Emll Weber of Warn.
Neb., are the truest of Mr. and Mra.
Jacob Weber, Jr.
Frank A. Gk-aon h.a assumed the man
agership of the M'.me-Lusa Lumber
company made vacant by the reclamation
of J. A. Scott, who will go on the road
for the Walrath-Sr.erwood Lumber com-
In the tusi tt the year.
The ) r.eiian church Funday school
hfH their ClriatJiaa exercise at the
chutch ThorsdT- evening.
Mr. t1 Mrs Jacob Weber anff Mr. and
Vis. "ber wer tlie rueaia tf Mr, and
Mra J. J Cole f uooay.
Mn John Kimutll and daurbter. Tor
cthv. were the ruest of Mr. F. B.
The Modem Woodman lodre of Florence
will move into Pascaie'a hall tbe first of
Miss EPla Boone, daurhter of W. H. S.
Boon and Kasmua Perferson. were mir-ri-Ml
Wecne-day by the Rev. Charte
Pa-noiit at his retence in Omaha They
vers ,ceoraT'anid by rr. and Mrs. C. A
P..renson. Mr. Peterson ia a well-known
farmer north cf town and cans the farm
on vhich the couple will reside.
v Flore ciPr)ef-er cf Florence and
William Irving of Omaha were married
Wedredv. Tbry will take up their re
inecfe In Or.mba
ran Kelly expert t- leave in th near
fnttim tor Wcllac. Idaho, to look after
M m'nlnr interest there.
Crirls Bauer waa a Florence visitor
The Ecnerolf club has issued invitatoTi
for i'a third dxnee of the season to be
held reoeTnber ? in Adams" nail.
I Th deal or tbe purchase cf th Pries
! lake property bam been oonciuoea ana i ri
3eaa have oeen inea lor rewra. j i.c
deal shows that Mr. Klrkendail traded his
block of five frame house at the south-
. m.ru. r f Wrl. mvenus snd .ttnn
streets for th Prie lake property. The
Pries lake property wa sold ty Mrs. Ida
A Jorjrenaen. In addition George West
Bold four and half acre of hi plac
quality cf mercy in the court waa Dot
elastic enough for eomplet forgiveness.
Detective Machell introduced In evidence
in behalf of th prosecution a coat which
contained that ."boor.tr" pocket so popular
I with tb light-figured.
"That coat settles it," remarked tlie
jjudre a be wrote a sentence of ten day
! agunet th came of Thome. He was the
( only prisoner committed to Jail after th
r-u.., . . imn
Grins Way Into
- Jail; Grins Out
John JueffittX Ha All Others Eclipsed
r- -l ttv- v. tt-
for Smile Which Wont
touth Omaha grinned,
John Memets of
his way Into th city jail Christmas eve
and smiled bis way out again past Judge
Cra wf ord in
oolioe court. i
4 I t I Vt Wmtm -'l
and Dougiaa aireeta Friday night ai.o
j Memets grinning at tbe of fioera silently
.supped ia Xd took a seal. They u;-
posed that be waa poaslb'. a special of
ficer and allow ed him to proofed to the
That earn cast Iron smile was al that
tbey could get cut of blm at U.t station
! ia IkA was rjisl Into a oail for tlie niatL.
4 , . ., . . ,,, i!
, . , . . . ... . . . t . .
Judge Crawford permitted him to take bia
smile back koine, without expianatona
FATAL CHRISTMAS QUARREL
Wife' Carteeltr Over Ceateat af
Fackava Starts Dtopat W kirk
Had la Hukul't Deatk.
COAL3ATK. OkU Iec. Ji. The refuaal
cf Samuel F. Woods, a Santa F engineer,
to satisfy Lia wlf' cuiioalty as to thr
: ooctents of a Cnnstmas package be naj
brought home, caused a family quarrel last
a.ght and cost Wood bis life an hour
later. During th quarrel Weoc's choked
hla wifa She broke away and went te tit.
hem of a neighbor, ber brother, George
l Hal land, acoompanv-lng ber. Wooda fal-
lowed and oix-ned fire ca tb bouse. Hol
land retu-ntid tbe fire and shot Wood
B Want Ab a.' a ctuamea Booster.
S'l-o-nin; Mr Xjrkendall will buiid here
a fperui,d sjiinutr bom.
P. 11 I-iien. who ha been working
for Hone Peterson for fe kaM year, re
rn4 Li position WeiSnesday. He ex
ne. ta n. devote hi entlr time on th
The Tonca Imr-rovement dub will hoid
meeting W -:nsday ajtei-norj at I
o'clvck at tbe Ponca scborl bHis A rep
resen later of it teier-hone company a ill
be present to teil of tiie workrnit of the
syaiera and bow the farmers can get btt
ter wrrioe. Tbe club la d.srus:ng tf.e
paving of the loop road, and in order to
taken the .nr u Tth "be twmwnt ,
ei.eineer. Tbe club i also in cor-e-m.-ndanc-e
sith Prof. Chase of the Vnl
ve-aity of Nebraska aa to the best meth
od a of maintaining r-oda. It i their de
s.r lo have Us finest road of the county-
Mis Nell Hail of Wnver. who ha been
tlie guest for several month of ber aurt.
Mr. G W. WK-kersliam. returned borne
I nued State Marsha! W. P. Warner
hut returned from an offtc.al trip to Moux
Falls. S. D. ,
Mr. and Mrs J W. Veck spent Cbriet
mb. dav In Chicago and will visit New
Tork City and other eastern point before
Mi, t . C. George pave an afternoon tea
Thursday at br home In honor of Misa
In honor of her m.ther. Mra. Goorge A.
Koafland. Mr. J. E. Summers. Jr.. gave
a luncbM.n laft Saturday, when al.e opened
ber new home at fr4 ley avenue. The
g.iest at lunche sere restrvcted to tbe
jnumat friend of Mr, Hiagiand. but
in th afternai a tea from to .. whicn
w in the nature of a bouse warming, in
cluded a larger circle of aoquaJntanoea
Vr TTliirk of Fremont 1 visiting her
son .a. . r-mca
S. R. hush returned the latter part of the
week from a trip to v ashingtou, v. v
Frank and Wayne Selby entertained the
. the 'Hirh acV.c! "Oe Hit-cx
JnTe W ednsia, evenin.
l n"r " r.-
M' and Mr. H G. Mct-anny nave tjuue
to New York to spend the bolidaja
The I'undee Sunday school he-ld it an
nual entertainment Cnnstmas eve at the
Dundee hall. A play entitled The Trial cf
bai.ta Ciaua- a faice. waa rven. and io
a prt grain of aonga and apeecbee by tb
SuDday school ui'ils.
Tbe Imndee Woman dub will meet
January wiia Mra J. W. Mar shell,
Ir and Mra. H. B. Lemere entertained
at dinner Christmaa eve. Their ruest
ere Mr. and Mra. Joaeph Polcar and J-'r.
and Mr. W. H. Walter arid son.
Silas Wil'.ard arrived during the week
from Knoxvf.le college, Illinois, to si-end
the boildavs with bia mother, Jf.ra j. j.
Lamp and It. Lampe-
till rhnman ia rpeTd!ng a
.(..ill at tbe home cf her parents
Mis Croak's eif.er sp-nt a few day at
Irv ing-ton. where Mis Crock ia teaching.
Misee Minnie and Marti Staden of Ben
son spent Friday evening at th Haaard
Tbe Irv-lnrton school gave a program and
box supi-eTat the M A. hai Frldar
ivtinir. Iwmber IT. Tbe prooeeds from
the box social acre over .
Mra Jennie Magee ha returned to her
home with ber son, Frank Magee of this
Mis Beth Kratx spent Sunday with Miss
Miss Cora Richards spent few days
last week tt the borne of Mrs. S. A. Bate.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Na rpent Sunday
at tbe home of her parent. Mr. and Mra
. E RicbarJa
Tbe Mis Oj-al and Stella Adkins nnl
Miss Mary French FT..eTrt a fe' cays with
their aunt. Mr. S. A. Batea
Mr H. F. Knudsen., Harry Kaudsen,
Mr John Hendrickson, Miss Clara Hi.
drickaon and Mia Beth Kratx spent sua
day afternoon at Deboit.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrickson will
rtnd the Christmaa hob daya at Yu'an.
Tho revival meetingrs of the Irvlncton
Chriatian church wiu begi the Hsi oj
of January. Mr. E. Von Fjrt-11 is the i
evangelist engaged for ti at date.
Mr. and Mra Muir of Lxa Moines are
here to sjtnd tne hoiidaya with their
daughter, Mra. Jaooby, and family.
Mr. and Mra Aughe are expected to re
turn from Calif om:a about January li.
Mra Davie haa been entertalniiig a cousin
Mra Fraaelle of Grand Island is here to
vlait her children.
Mr.' Larson's condition 1 acrse and she
had to return to tlie hospaal again.
Mrs. Thomas Shandy is confined to her
bed on accunt of sicknesa
Clarence Walsh is here from Lincoln to
spend the holiday with his parent.
Quart r'.y conference waa held Sunday
night at Southwest church. On account cf
tbe cold weatber the presiding e.der could
not be there and Mr. Anderson took his
The LacHes' Aid society met at the home
of Mrs, Bonewits and finished a quilt.
Vleven were present and the proceeda were
Has Big Scare
rruui's Flight Cauei Withdrawal of
Brief and Substitution of One
ililder in Tone.
From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Dec. X. Spcaai. Ths ac
tion of the supreme court ua recently dl-
, barring I. J. Dur.n for uairig laiiguige tiv
beoociing an attorni and coniemptuoaa
of th court, caused a mig-bty sear in th
office of the city tttomey bt Omaha
i Shortly after that order w as entered by
ithe CV-j, Atltirn,T Bumam asked
leav of the court to withdraw bnefa in
the case of Mark Upcik aant tb City
of Omaha, a ptraoi.ai injury suit.
All, air. i u I ill nan rretntw iai
cine. Mr. Burnam carefully read ever the
. Updike britf and nroBiptly concluded It
wa too hot i:r him to hi.naie, so ne aecea
d was given permission to withdraw it.
'That brief carried the name of Dunn, but
the tuttituu- flied today do not carry
! tlie name tf tbe assistant city attorney.
Thou-h Juige lean wrote a d ,scn ag
opinion in the ci.se wherein I. J. Dunn
filed a mot '.on asking th court to vac it;
it order disbarring him from practice,
holding tlie court had erred Mr Dunn
bin -self did mt ajr e with the min-ir.ty
art of the court.
While th dj.nting opinion was be.l-.g
clamped to the original opinion. Mr. Iunu
was ayii.g to the court that it acted within
it right wbtc it d.s barred hirn. and that
It had don its duty as it should l.av
Though Mr. I 'urn refused to aay in th
morning that be lh tended filially to bumbi
blmlf before tie court, 11 wa generally
tooepied that he would no longer huld out,
so when be climbed down off the high
pedestal on which be perched there waa
littl surpris round Ue a-st br.uxe.
Whether be bad read th dissenting opin
ion of Judge Dean la hot a matter of
MINXEAPOLJa, Mita.. Dec. XL The
medical building at the state tmiverriiy
aaa destroyed by fir trwtgt.t, tauair.y s
lose of t. ulc Tbe prlnr pal lea is tha:
to tb ait a: at t and tnstramenia. Lark
of sufficient water su.ly proved d.sas-troaa.
DOLIDAY OF THE OLD TYPE
Sot in Years Hit Omaha Had So
Much Sow at Yuletide.
CAB, USES ELOCXXO BHOST TDEE
radewtrtaaa Ft a re Taraagh Drtfta
ta Oet to Eatertalaaaeata aad
Skssprr Hatf Hlga Old
Plenty of acow characteriaed Cbristmaa
in Oroaha thi year. j
It did not come with the bluster of th
usual Nebraska atorm, with twirl and ed- i
diea lifting pedestrian off thetr feet, de-
pouting hat and bundle In deep dnfta j
"'r " f-k. you read
about in anctert tales, it a as wafted from
tbe cloud, settling on every jtrojectioa
softly a If with fairy touch
Old Santa himself, when be earn to Ne
braska and prepared for th usual a crape
of his runner frer rough dirt roada
baused and neered over th s hite expanse
!rth winder. H ecu id g-!d aver the
I'laln on top of a ee ut fluffy cryatala
at the very least tnlmiu.
"Pid you everl" be exclaimed, acid he
made at least an hour through th thotigbt
fulness of Jack Frost,
Shoppers found th stkw not quit B
useful as did Santa. It waa a different
proposition to'ruf-h for a car with a ton
of Christina Joy attached In tbe form of
numerous and sundry parcel, and then
land in a snowdrift knee deep. It was quit
another thir.g to bar to wad in hem
for long aire: che when the car them
selves stuck In tba beautiful drift.
But the storm did not persist In full
everity through the night and by 11 o'clock
the big track sweeper had conquered it
Ion the main c nines and beyond minor de-
j tbfTr ,u ooUjlng but inconvenience
i, , . . c .
; " uw.i .
other larasay plac
buying mirht tot agree with thla but
ether, on the better traveled lines found
Sverpers cleared the line at t o'clock
thi morning for the early Cbriamaa day
car which went out on Sunday time.
The lovely snow!
BdU On, you kid. what if it had been
Weather prediction r fair and colder.
Tfeaa ta t-lxreia.
LINCOLN. tea 2a. Street car traffic was
tied up in Lincoln Friday aa a reauit of
the drifting of the heavy snow ahich feii j In tb eld sugar factory bulldmga at Nor
throughout th day. Passenger train on folk, employn-g fifty pecpi tbe ear
tb railroads arc without exception behind around or W people six months ia the
time TK M-irtH m&a in mr.A
the temperature la falling.
Six lackers at Beatrice.
EEATRiCE. Neb.. Dec . vSpeciaJ Tele
gram, r The heaviest snowstorm of the !
scj-ion visited this section Friday. Tb.
KO r-s "-n "g-mg an aay ana tne
ground Is covered with snow to th depth
ol six inch
4l snowou nam ouring me
"nick.1 at Ankara.
AUBURN, Neb, 1ft 3d Special.) A
blanket of enow for Christmas is on th
ground here- It began snowing Thursday lL jusl bbrI1 lurtjed over to the lnduatrial
nd continue to fall tonight. Tb snow I tympany and of Hcera cf the company au
lie about six inches deep. The pre-rioua j thorite the offer a made above,
snow has become packed and ioed. and tha The property altogether Include '40 acre
present snow being ligbt and hiding the cf iua, worth probably from tlM to KWO
smooth place, make traveling very dan- ! an "acre. After riving away twenty acre
ferrous. No one ha been seriously hurt. I of this land to the man who will start
rearing tb last we k a eerie of accident j something in those abandoned factory
occurred on account of the slick condition j buildinga tb Industrial comiany would
of the streets and sidewalks in town. Eight
person have fallen and been severely hurt,
two receiving broken arms, one a broken
sieichla la Order.'
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Dee. . (Special)
This section is being treated to another
snowstorm, something Ilk six Inches hav
ing fallen sine Thursday night- Thla,
covering the ley roada gives sob the astern
Nebraska th best aleigbing for year and
the farmer and others ar not alow is
taking advantage of tbe chance S.eichs
of everv else and descrmtion irt tirmjA i
Into servloe. Snow cov ers th tree. . n.t
buildings and the landscape presents a trut
Deep Siw la Kaaaaa.
KANSAS CITT, Dec. S-For twelve
ho ura the snow baa been falling thriugb
out Kansas, southern Nebraska and west
ern Missouri. Sallna, Kan., reports that It
will hav th Rrst "whit" Christmas sine
18. The fact that thla snow ia tba best
thing that could happen to the fall-sown
w heat crop makes the season a m rry on
for the farmers. , wbo have practically all
their stock sheltered and are wall prepared
Feed City's Poor
Salxaticn Army and Volunteer of
People i Church and Are Treated
Baskets to Hany Families.
Christmaa cheer and merriment did not
re,gn alone in the homes of the rich and
fortunate Nearly 4.CKIU xopl the leaa for
tunate, but none the leas deserving folk
of the city were made happy through the
i.obie work of two charitable organisa
tions, tbe Salvation ramy and tlie Volun-
tecra of Amuica.
Standirr out in th bitter cold weather
! of the pre-Chriatmaa daya exposed to th
snow and the stinging winds, tbe charity
workera received contribution from the
kind-hearted public to carry out the plan
fur helping the pour. Tb dime, th nick'
j els and the pennies of th paaaersby. aa
they were dropped Into the contribution
v..a , .-.ti r...-,
- ... . - . - . ,v . , -
rytng'out the wcik,
Friday afternoon tbe lltu army
ci.a-iuy wuiaei vtu me onnmuuiiB en
Christmas baakcia and dotting bought
j with the money caHected on the streets.
' Before nightfall fc basket, containing
j food, and qnantit.e of clotoiiig, had bn
j ltf t am org ti.e needy
Tha Salvation Army distributed As) bas
kets, each containing a Christmas dinner
sufficital to furnish a meal for from five
to eight persona. In each basket wa a
thicken, fruit tf some kind, candy jeily.
cuts and, in sum cases, toy a for the child
ren. Adjutants Alice Dunton and Margaret
Keller, a ho bav beea identified with tbe
Omaha con for many year, wer ia
charge of tb work assisted by volunteer
New Tear's eve th salvation army baa
arranged for a Christ tuas tree and enter
tainment fur lb children to b held at
the army headquarter at mi Davenport
street. Plans bav beea made ta make
gu-d the heart of U etiiiOieo at that
The charity work under th auspKva of
th Volunteer of America waa In charg-e
of Major Jeanett Wilsoa, Th Volunteer
distributed Christmas basket filled
with holiday -oodles and also provided a
l&rg number of needy case arth warm
clothing. Saturday n!tht aa entertainment
was given for the children st th bead
yjarters, 117 North Fifteenth street.
Few stiff neck there Is aothin; hettar
tnaa Chsn.borlaXk s I jr.lfsieri.
Tin Hundred Attend Dinner at
America Diitribate Chriitmma
Eire hundred hungry people war fed by
Rst. Charles W. SarUre at th P-ipl
church yesterday, a large aumber f arte
were fared for by baaksta sant aut and
rerybody at th House of Hop
aupmlaourly fed and well cared for.
From 11 until t e'clock yeaterday a
string of men and women stood in Una
and sailed their turn in th basement of
the People'a church 1 get om of the
tempting rianda. shk h had been prepared
by Mr. baridg and hla co-workera Every
man. woman and child waa given ail he
could al and all went away happier.
Th dinner w as somewhat dtffere-nt
from tb Thanksgiving dinner that Mr.
Savldg gar t th People' church.
Then th rvieat wr given turkey and
chicken and 12k were fed., Testerday tb
packing houses cf Seat. Omaha fur
nished meat, which included roast beef,
pork butt and ham, and there a as plenty
and mere for the (0 wbo appeared. Th
meat waa cooked at th Merchant. Rom.
Her.fl.aw and Pax'., and hug platters
ver placed before th guests, and there
waa no limit flt.ee on the amount a man
should eat. Ioc Breed sent five bushels
if potat'.. big lunches of celery amd 10
loa.t tf breed. Rome Miller sent some
cf h- famous baked been Mr. J. B.
Kitchen seat a large box of selected Jel
lies cf different kind Other diahea ia
abundance wer prejiared.
At the House cf Hope' last evening a
Christmaa tree waa prepared for tba ben
efit of the eld folka, for on the tree was
a gift or more for each. A musical and
literary entertainment followed th light
ing o the tree,
Factory to Give
Sunr Plant Free to Firra that Will
Lniploy Fifty Ken for TTrtatj
j NORFOLK, Neb-. tec. IB. i Special.) Any
peraon or person who ill install a factory
year, and operate th plant for twenty
fjv year, will b given a clear deed to
the building and twenty acre of ground
Such a person can Lav that property
free of rent rurbl now. For the flrat time
since th American Beet Sutar company
i iu factory tnto Nt,rfolk to Lamar.
Ct.-. r,v. rtaJ.. .r tb Norfolk In-
fiuslTilU ooEpany. composed of the Norfolk
.j,;. ,bo contributed the CiOw M get
the factory to come here twenty years
ago, are in a position to receive propocl-
turns looking toward reotillxung the old
lactoryfcuiidings. The titi to tbe property
detain ZXi acre of th land and they art
anxious to give away the building and
twenty acres of land. In order to increase
the value 'of the balance of the land and
thus, by stliliig It off.' recover what portion
ttey can of the flSO.we which they i t,
back in 1KM, to lb Oxnarda to start a sugar
The main building is a mammoth
structure about two city block in length
arid proportionately wide and high. Its
walls are cf brick and vcment mortar and
ar two feet thick. Tbe twelve ItiO-fcorse
i t tr oiitT are in perfect condition, a
I are all tha building., Tb industrial oom
ipany baa employed men to keep up tha
pioperty In older that it might not de
terisrata WHITNEY IN THtv FAB NORTH
iix -rt-es la the Baatlag Craaad i
af tbe Haak-Ox Hia aLaklaae
I bad com to hunt musk cx and res lived
to let no opportunity for securing trophies
At th foot of the mountain twenty-one
dogs were cut loose. They did not see
the game and Tutabu. springing fcrward
If.ke a deer, ted three of them ta the trail
above where tbe animals bad tcrntd. Her
the three dog took tbe scent t nd instantly
tbe whole pack wer behind tiiem.
As on former ooca.'ior.. th round-up
wa made at a high elevation. Tbe Eski
mo, far ahead of me. were shouting.
Hurry up! Hurry up!" long before I
reached them, and urging mc on. When I !
finally gained the mountain top I took a '
position at close rang. One big fellow
atti acted m and. witting to photograph j
him t, gt. ing my rifl to Tukthl with in-
structions to kill rb animal if it atlemptod j
to attack tne, I approacntd very near with
my camera. At tb Instant that I made th ;
exposure, less than a d;.rcn fe'.t away, tha !
Infuriated bull broke from the ranka and '
with lowered bead charged me. I had n
; further busmeaa in that immediate vicinity
; and proceeded to establish a aprlnting
record In tb opposite 61 ruction.
Whiia I am not an aspirant for athletie
honor, I hare alwaya ken sorry there !
waa no one present with a atop watch to
tim that effort, Tukahu held bia fire
much rong-er than I thought ceoesearr.
Perhaps b waa lnteiested In my perform
ance. Presently, however. 1 did fir and ,
the beast dropped at my beela i
In all my experience I bad never ea- j
countered a rougher, saor difficult coun
try in which to hunt than thla in Eilea- !
tun Land. Ordinarily. I stsould bav J
believed the mountain a idea with walla
of smooth rock sheathed with a crust of
hard ice and snow, quite unseal able. In
piaces tbey wer almost perpendicular.
Rarely did tbey offer a crtvio to serve j
as foot cr hand bold, and Jutting point i
aid firm-set boulders wer too widely j
scattered to ba of much tain. ,
la thla. hla native land, tb Eskimo ha
a decided advnntag over Ui whit hunter. ;
His life-tiro of experience has taught him
to seal tbee ioe-clad heights with a
nimbleness and ease that are astounding.
H ia quite fearless, and vea th mountain
sheep 1 not hi superior a a climber. As
if by magic, and with little apparent ef
fort, the two Eskimos flew up the slippery
aaila, far outstripping ma How the'
did it I shall never know. Now and agaia
I was forced to cat steps In tbe tc or I
should Inevitably hav lost any tooting and
been buried downward several hundred feet
l tr rock beneath. I was art sr. .shed
even a I " m y own progress, - and when 1
aaisad to glance behind m I felt a momen
tary panic But 15 -ere was do turning back
and on look robbed tu of any dealr to
try it- Tb Eskimo Las no conception of
distanca H Is endowed with certain
a rustle Instincts which enable him to draw
a fairly rood map of a ooast line with
a hick b Is thoroughly famll.ar. hut be
cannot tell yoa bow far st Is front an
point to another. Oa very many ocoJ-r.
I eeted this pecv.lanty wen traveling with
therm. Often when they told so a plaee we
were bound for waa very close at haal It
dr)cpd that a ww far from It. Thla
ia ar.mething they ar t ' m sura of acS
Th F.k'.mo bar a a hit nta "stung
to death" from every poSflt of view. They
not only can go to lep promptly, but
sleep ecundly and well a they travel, whew
eircumstaroe permit. They get ruate
cance. too. by eating bard froeen aalrua
and seal meat er blubber. Thla I aeald
never do. far tt t so sirong la flavor that
It invariably nauaeated me, though I did
rucosed very well with raw hare or deer"
meat a ben I had it Harry Whitney la Th
rkllla W. MfDaall,
Philip W. MacDonald. U year cf ag.
died Thureiav bight at hi borne, 17
flout h Twenty-sixth street, of a compboa-
tlon of disea. He 1 survived by hla
father. Ales MaeI"onald, a brother. John
MacDrmald. and a sister. Mis Lillian Mae
lKna)d. Tb yminx man haa bees em
ployed a a bookkeeper for Paxtoa Ik
Gallagher. Tb funeral will be held Sun
Cay aiternoon from th restdenc at I
o clock, with Interment In Forest Lawn
Pceamotila alaavs resut; fros a roll
and can be prevented by th timely as af
Chamberiain'a Cough Remafly.
We are never quite aatiaflexl
with the work done' by ( al
though oar customer eevrn to
be, Jadfring by tbe war ther
stay with us from yer to year).
je are aJw ay on tie alert for
new method and machinery
nbeeebr w cats better our
We meajt to rontlnae
Ornatha's laicrst and most pro
jrreesire cJsriitig sjid dyt5 e
tabllhrrea.t, asd we larfte
thoae who want careful and
conaHmtioBS work to try na.
lAdiea' TaOor Kait dry
tJcaaied fl.75 to 92.23; lace
and silk waist a. 75 cent; opera
robes, 2 to $2.50.
Warori everj-wbrre, but oeiy
God Clean-r and Pyrr
151S JJOXES STREET
1 50 Extra i
Wilh eacb Ion ordered Monday.
We carry a large stock
Scran ton, Fa., Anthra
cite Western Coals
Illinois Lump and Nat
Iowa and Missouri Coals
Prompt delivery and courte
Peoples Coal Go.
Telephone: Dcnirlas 1 754 ;
lnd. A 1408
P. C. Caldwell
Breeder of THOROUGHBRED RMi
FLl'MOTTH ROCK AKD
PIT GAME CHICKEN'S
Stock and Ere fur Sale ta Seiaaoai
Office 401 X. 24th Street, x
(Where to eatJ
Lamb Chops Veal
. O. DSsslI, Mgr.
TULI XVmOTB bUsTEm, aO
Celery Heart Queen Oil vea
Green e Turtle ux Quenella
Baked Flounder staut Alamanda
pu,m a la Rlts
Roast Suckling Pig. Beechnut Pressing;
Roast Toung Turkey Stuffed
Cr r. berry b a uc
Larded Beef Tenderloin Champagne
French Ia Creamed Mashed pvtatoa
Waldorf Astoria Salad
Englisn Hum Puddingi
Haid and braady oauca
iea-oiltaa It Cream
Tea OcCea atllk
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