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THE BEE: OMATTA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1910.
TWO GRADUATIONS A YEAR!
Superintendent Davidson Favon Such
Flan for the High School.
TO STIMULATE PUPILS' INTEREST
Head of the PnMIr Schools Belle-es
rormnllon of flesalnr 51 Id-Year
Srhnlnle Would Incnuc
P'iperlntcnrtint Pavldson of the Omaha
. ' hools expresses hlmjiplf In favor' of a
revision of the prevailing rufttom In the
: school here, to the extent that there
would be two gra.lufitlon a year from tho
High Hchool, th om an from tho grade
At present, tho mprrlntrndent says, many
graduate from tho grade rho-l. never
enter tho High school who might do so
tinder tho plan proposed. At the present
moment titer." are but two pupil In the
High prhool who will Kraduate next month:
"Then, when the regular graduation time
ronies In June," said the superintendent,
"they may come and pit on the platform.
If they care to. Iiut Juat now we will
hand them their diplomas, and that' prob
nhly the end of it, eo far as they are con
cerned. "If we had the other plan In operation, I
feel suro that wa would have every year
quite a large clans of graduates In Feb
ruary. I'lipHs coming from the grudea
would then f'-el that they were not Isolated,
act apart, from the pupils entering High
pr.fcool at til" end of the previous semester.
That fad would, In my judgment, stimulate
On Intcieft that Ia lacking now among
pupils graduutln? from the grades at this
"There Is no valid objection to the new
plan that I know of. except that the
present system has grown up through a
lorn course of years. Perhaps It will take
two or three years to accustom the princi
pals and pupils to the new Idea, hut Its
adoption Is very much to be desired."
Superintendent Davidson, talking at
length of tho matter, has many good rea
sons to advance. Ono Is that parents, as
well as pupllF, would lose the prejudice
which now rxlsts to a very appreclabl"
degree against entering high school In mid
winter and trying to inaiie up work. An
other rraron Is that pupils would try rs
hard to cuter with the February class as
they do now to enter with the class that
graduates from the grades In June. In
stead cf losing a year, If they do not now
pass the grades, pupils who are a trifie
backward, would lose only half a year.
The matti r of making this change has
never been formally presented to the
Board of Kducatlon, but It Is certain that
the Idea1 of Superintendent Davidson has
many advocates among the principals and
teachers In the grade schools.
FINDING GENEROUS PEOPLE
Wnnts of Associated Chnrltlc Rendlly
Filled by I'm of "I'rayer, f Push
and Printer's Ink."
"Prayer, push and printer's Ink win
again," said Miss Ida Jontz, general secre
tary of the Associated Charities. "People
are very kind to us all the time, but. es
pecially so of late. We have been given
th typewriter we wanted for the South
Omaha office, the sewing machine we
asked for to be used at Turk Wilde home,
ond the wheel chair we needed out there.
"Now, what we want Is orders for cur
tains, rugs, aprons and things of that
kind we are ready to make up at the
Park WMde home. We have n matron who
la admirably fitted to have charge of that
Institution, and the women who wc keep
there are making' up the articles men
tioned. We have quit making bed com
forts for this season, but we would ':v.. a
great many orders for the other .u-Heles
now being turned out"
The longer a cold hangs on, the nmr' It
weakens tho system. Cure It prom ! by
uslrg Chamberlain's Cough Remcd...
PROBING DARLING'S SYSTEM
Poatnfflce Inspectors rnshins; I n
. ialrr Farther Before Arraign
ment of Accused Man.
The operations of Earl Darling, arrested
t Fremont by the federal authorities to
answer for alleged fraudulent transactions
perpetrated on tho Postof flee department,
are being subjected to further Investiga
tions. Darling la meanwhile held In Jail at
Tekamah. His arraignment and prelimi
nary examination have been postponed un
til February 5.
U A. Thompson, head of tho local offlco
of the postofflce Inspectors, has gone to
Tekamah to look Into the case. It la said
that Darling's operations may not have
been as extensive as was at first thought.
That other arrests may be made Is possi
of the stomach, , liver torpor, lame back
and weak kidneys are overcome by Elec
tric Hitters. Guaranteed. 50c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
The many cures of stubborn, chronic
diseases of long standing wnleh Dr.
Milan has effected have attracted wide
attention. Dr. Milcn has spent the past
thirty years as a specialist In chronic
nllinents. Ills unvaried success In the
treatment of Rheumatism, Goitre, Gall
Utonea. Paralysis. Troubles of the Liver,
Kidneys, Stomach, Eladder and all
chronic and nervous diseases Is bringing
many people to his office. Dr. Allien
makes no chargo for consultation, and
accepts no cases which are Incurable. He
hue been the means of curing nmny peo
ple after other doctors and methods of
treatmunt had failed utterly. Read tho
following letters from local people.
LA PLATTE. NEB.
Dr. Milen -Dear Sir: I hav lived
close to l.a Plalte for twcniy-flve yearn.
For the lut -even or eight years 1 have
been troubled with rheumatism. When
I - commenced treating with you last
October I could not do nny work at ail
in fuel, 1 could scarcely walk across
the floor. 1 suffered Intense pain, which
was most severe In my buck. My rheu
matic tain are gone now and I am
doing ail my own work. I most sincere
ly recommend your treatment to any
one who Is afflicted a I have been.
Your truly. MK8. MAKV HOs'CHAK,
Austro-American Doctors, 428 Ramge
Dear Doctors About two months and
a half ago 1 commenced 'o take your
treatment, and at first 1 didn't seem to
(iet along very well, but I followed your
tilt eel ions and the medicine worked like
a charm. I was suffering from gastritis
und a complication of liver and Kioinnch
trouble. I had been ailing for the past
twenty year und have doctored with a
iniuilxr of other doctors and received no
i-ellef unt'l I fctartcd to take you' I'cv
lin.ii'.' W M. sTicr: .
j; D Con .ictl Illuf t ., 1.1.
Sr. ; tb ptyslclsn In r.arje
of the Anstro-A:uerlen Pecto: 138
swigs Bnil.Uar. sni V.arjey
streets, juut opposite tits Cilwara
KID GLOVE SALE
$1 Gloves at 69c Pair
2-clasp Kid Gloves all the newest shades of
blue, gray, tan, red, brown; also black and
white all sizes, single row em- g
broidery worth up to $1.00 f
on bargain square, pair.
Women's French Lambskin Gloves
2-clasp Gloves single row embroidery; black,
brown, white, tan, blue and green
the hand, at main Glove counter,
Women's 85c One-Clasp Cape Gloves at 50c Pair
New English tans all sizes; bargain square,
' 1 1 1
SStoS Women's Neckwear
Women's fancy and tailored stocks, jabots, Dutch collars,
turn over sets, etc, many worm up to due eacli, - r
Women's embroidered linen
collars all new styles
worth 25c each,
New Neck Ruchings; crepe IUse,
fancy Bilk, also gold and silver
cord and beaded
edge, per yard,
Plain Black and Fancy Mesh Veils at 15c Each
Hi yards long black and colors Saturday special, A
Women's fine imported, mercerized lisle cotton hose all
over lace and lace boots, fancy silk embroidered black
and fancy colors spliced soles, heels and toes ' ge
worth up to 50c a pair, at, a pair. ,-JtlL
Women's and men's fine cotton
and lisle, full fashioned Hose
double heel and toe, many worth
up to 25c a pair, p
at, pair IDC
Children's "M" Waists; extra well
stayed; all sizes,
each, at ............
Men's, women's and children's
Hose; fancy colors, also plain
black cotton and Q
fleece lined, pr C
Women's long sleeve Corset Cov
ers; fine ribbed cotton, buttoned
in front; regular and
out sizes, each
GROCERY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
1,000 lbs. Large New Seeded Rais
ins, per lb 10c
Home Made Mince Meat, lb. 10c
65c jars Ferndell Preserves . .40c
Evaporated Peaches, lb. ..... .9c
Prnnes, per lb. Sc
White Clover .Honey, frame . . 15c
Large Manzanllla Olives, rjt. Jars,
at, each 2.1c
Large Queen Olives, qt 50c
-lb. tins Imported Sardines, at.
Best Creamery Butter, in cartons, per
Country Rolls, per lb 30o
Tub Creamery Butter, per lb 38o
Young American Cheese, per lb... BOO
Domestic Bwls Cheese, per lb....B6o
Cottage Cheese, per pk& 10o
New Carrots, Turnips, Beets, Itad-
l.ihes, per bunch 60
Pineapples, each lOo
Applet, per peck 40o
Oranges, per dozen..., 16o
Lemons, per dozen...: 16o
Specials for Saturday.
Something; new in the baking
art. First time ever Introduced
In Omaha. Very delicious for
Sunday dinner. Composed of
the finest Ingredients. Butter
sponge cake filled with pure
fruit and butter cream fillings.
About the alse of our famous
SOc layer cake.
Bpeolal for Saturday (only)
26c each, consisting of the fol
lowing flavors: Vanilla, straw
berry, chocolate, maple, apri
cot. Moca and butter-cream.
Regular price hereafter, 50c.
Saturday Special, 180.
We make a specialty of Cakes
for luncheons, teas, weddings
and all social occasions.
Saturday's Specials is
A..:l Food Taffy (Saturday
only), per lb 15o
If you do not know the good
ness of our Taffies, you should
try them Saturday. Our Taffies
are made of C. & H. cane sugar
and sweet cream, flavored
with the best of flavors and
cooked to that chewey consist
ency that you like. Regular
25c, taffy, for Saturday only,
per lb., 15c.
Assorted flavors vanilla,
strawberry, maple, chocolate
and molasses. 1
Other Dainties la Our Candy
Salted Almonds, Salted Pecans,
Assorted Nut Brittle,
Assorted Cream Wafers,
mi A I ITV
Considered we glvt you me iowmi
prices in the city on grocsrtos, meats
and bakery gooda. You can savs
money by trading with us. Ws will
appreciate your orders and guaran
TOMATOBB I lb. cans, good
lOo quality, per can
rKAS Early June, guaran
' teed good flavor, 1 cans for,
ASrAJtAQUS Tips, square
. cans, I60 size, per can ....
BEETS Large cans, Curtice brand,
, extra small and sweet, iRc
26c slse, per can av
BEETS Small cam, Curtice
: extra small, 1 cans
BUTTER Any brand.
Creamery, per lb
BUTTEX Country Roll,
line cooking, per in
BOOS Strictly fresh.
BOOS Very best storage,
LETTUCE Large, fresh and
crisp, 1 beads lor
O&AJTOES Finest Redlnnds,
juicy and sweet, per dosen. . .
KI1 KOAST Best corn-fed .
steer, per pound ..,
POT K)ABT T.ean, tender and
sweet, per 10
Jolinson & Goodlett
OOth sad take St.
Phone Web. 1675 Ind. B1575
I aBRAllUiffiHi,-i: I
3 OMAHJl l
J FOO! CKNTEK. fj ' I
25c bottles Yum Yum Pickles, at,
20c bottles Cycloue Relish, each,
20c bottles English Mustard Sauce,
Two 1-lb. cans Soups, all var
ieties, at 15c
1,000 lbs. fancy Jsrp Rice, lb. . ,5c
Grape Nuts, pkg. 10c
Mother's Corn Flakes, pkg. ...8c
Three pkgs. Uneeda Biscuit lOo
Three 10c pkgs. Nabisco, assorted
Three 10c pkgs. Social Teas 880
Three 10c pkgs. Graham Crackers Sfio
Fresh Mushrooms, Strawberries,
Endive, Fancy Head Lettuce,
Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts and
Limes and Mint.
We have all his new records,
also the entire list of Victor
February Records. Come In
and hear them and get one of
the New Victor Complete Cat
alogues. This catalogue is a marvel of
completeness more than double
Its former slie larger type and
many new 4rays of finding what
you want. One of them awaits
you, so call and get it.
If your machine Is not at its
best let us know and we will put
it In first-class order.
To those who have no Victor,
let us help you to get one. If
you are rich you don't need help
but you need the Victor, it makes
your wealth worth something to
you. If you are not rich we as
sist you by means of our easy
payment plan; EOc weekly to 15
monthly places one in your boms
Now don't put it off, you know
we will all be a long time dead
nothing makes life worth living
like a Vltcor.
Victor, $10 to 960.
Vlotrolas, 919s to $300.
Piano Player Co.
OLD BOSTON STORE 2d FLOOR
A Word About Pay-as-
You Enter Cars
The new cars on Farnam Street have been thoroughly
tried out now and we believe they are liked by our patrons.
The comfort of passengers will be still better served if pas
sengers will move toward the front of the car and use the
front exit whenever possible. This will avoid congestion at
the rear of the car and facilitate both entrance and exit.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS,
STREET RAILWAY COMPANY
The "good enough for the
boy" Idea in buying shoes is
The best In shoes Is none
too good for boys. They give
their shoes harder wear than
a man does, and It Is a waste
of money to buy them poor
If our kind of boys' shoes
cost a trifle more than the
ordinary kind they are worth
It, and we guarantee every
pair to be satisfactory.
Boys' Sizes 1
1 to 8, price
Little Gents' Sizes
104 to 13,, price
Drexel Shoe Co.,
1419 Farnara Street
All Prices Shot to Pieces
Saturday and Monday
Special Inducement Sir nr
what you can buy for I3w3
Choice of Ladles' Broad
cloth or Serge Suit or
Choice of Ladles' Skirts,
worth I 6.95
Choice of Silk- Tailored
Shirtwaists, worth 4.95
Choice of Silk Flounce
Petticoats or Overcoats,
worth i 8.60
All colors value $49.25
Cpeclal for $JK QP
this package.. .IWiUO
Double Stamp On All Purchases.
Omaha's Leading Cut Price Suit
and Skirt Store.
Out of the High Kent District.
Masonic Mdg., 204-6 N. 16th St.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Idsal Tmrm Jsmraa.1.
At this popular price we're
showing shoe value that can
not be duplicated elsewhere.
' We're well aware that all
shoe stores sell women's
shoes at $3.00, but what a
difference In the shoes.
The price means nothing
it's not copyrighted any
store can name It the shoe
Madam, If you wear $3.00
shoes and will took ' at our
shoes at this price, we will
make a sale.
We've every size and width
which guarantees a perfect
fit and we Bee that every foot
FRY SHOE CO.
10th end Donglas Streets.
HIE 8 H OK US
PAY CASH-SAVE HONEY
The first of every month brings
many new customers people who
have been buying- on time and paying
whatever their butcher cared to
charge. Don't be a lasy shopper,
don't depend on othjrs to do what
you should do yourself. Buying by
phone, puts you entlrey at the mercy
of others. Reason It out yourself.
I buy at lowest market prices In'
quantity, I sell for cash, save deliver
expenses, save bookkeeping expenses
and have no loss on bad accounts.
Therefore I can sell you better meats
at lower prices than credit dealers.
Every week I buy larger quantities,
fret better bargains and give you the
benefit Cash does It. Start now
Pay cash get better quality and
save money. ,
Pork Chops ........ .'...ISc
Pork Roast "Ho
Pot Roast 90, 8c, 70
Rib Boil BHo
Home Rendered Lard .160
Jos. Bath's Cash Market
1931 Tar-am Strsst.
pxj "A manly Ameri-
can's favorite brew
A manly American
that means you "
THE BEER YOU LIRE
8224 So. 34th Street.
1889, Ked 3930.
OUR CANDY SPECIAL
, For Saturday
Our regular 40o Black Walnut
Taffy; per pound box, QC
Saoturday only 1-0 C
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO,
16th and Famarn Sts.
Whenever you want some
thing, call 'Phone Douglas
ta and soaks It know ,
troua"n a Bss Want Ad
What to Buy for Sunday Dinner
No.'l Pork Loins, lb. 13 Ho
Roast Beef, lb lOo
Roast Iamb, lb loo
Fresh Eggs, dos BSo
No. 1 Flour, 24-lb 75J
Peas, Com and Tomatoes, doi. cans $1.00
R. E. WELCH
84th and Taraam Bts.
Tsls S. 1611 1 A-8011.
Taft's Dental Rooms
tetll AND JACKSON
V-eaoeU. to Its aty and
Hen's Winter Suiis That
Sold to $20.00
Grand Final Clearance
Of All onfs Vinter Weight Cloth n j
THE RELIABLE STORZ
About 1200 Splendid Suits
About 1,200 Splendid Suits, in the very newest fall and win
ter styles all sizes, all the best fabrics and Qy ITf
patterns, that sold regularly at $12.50 to $20.00 ;V I z
all in one big lot, to close, at....... bUW
MEN'S EXTRA TROUS
ERS 1,000 pairs to select
from; scores of patterns, all
sizes; regular $2.00 to $3.00
values in two lots,
at $1.00 and $1.50
BOYS' SUITS That sold at
$3.00 to $3.50; Saturday
Boys' Suits That sold at
$5.50 to $10.00; Saturday,
Young Men's Suits at Half
.When you're ready to look over the finest lot of new
Spring Suits and Overcoats ever shown in this or any other
Omaha store we're ready to show you the magnificent gar
ments that : 1 -
HART, SCHAFFNER & F.1ARX
have made for us. You'll certainly pronounce them the best
values you ever saw offered at the prices $18.00, $20.00,
$22.50 up to $35.00.
When you wear Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes 'you
wear the very best. '
Z'U Try IIAYDEU'S First U
THE HOT SPRINGS
More than a mountain resort, more than a fashonable playground
these wonderful springs, with their mysterious health-giving waters, have
become world famous as
NATURE'S GREATEST SANITARIUM
set apart by the United States government for the benefit of humanity.
Where modern medical science Joins hands with the wonderful curative
agencies of nature a retreat for the careworn or suffering In the great,
Water is the greatest eliminator of human ills and the
Hot Springs of Arkansas are the greatest
! waters known to mankind.
Patronized every year by more than 150,000 people from every part
of the world the recuperating station of our army and navy, the training
ground of the world's greatest athletes, the assembling place of statesmen
and the rendezvous of society.
There is no Substitute for the Hot Springs Baths.
The marvelous cures cannot be exaggerated.
No one can afford to deprive himself of the. quiet rest, the exhilarating
Joy and the. wonderful tonlng-up that comes from a course of these baths,
coupled with the rehabilitating Influence of the mountain osone and wood
Luxurious hotels, medlum-prioed hotels and high class boarding bouses
with every modern convenience.
BEST BEACHED '
Let us tell you more about It and help you
plan your trip.
For train time and railroad rates, address
TH08. r. GODFREY
Passenger and Tlokst Agent,
1423 Tmmmm St., Omaha, BTeb.
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Important Chango in Time
Train No. 6, the Chicago Daylight Special, will
leave Omaha at 7:15 a. m., instead of 7:20 a. m., ef
fective' January 30th. '
This is the only train in the country that car
ries Lounging Cars, with Ladies' Parlor and Sun
Parlor as well as a Club Room for gentlemen.
There will be no change In the time of
1 the jMpular Nebraska-Chicago Limited
from Omaha at 6:30 p. m., nor of the
. Overland Express leaving at 4:20 p. m. .
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1502 Farnam Street, Omaha.
r-- m i
will rent that vacant house,
fill those vacant rooms, or
secure boarders on short notice
at a very small cost to you'
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