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BRIEF CITY NEWS 'SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK!
! Yatten of Carrent latere it in the
i PROFITABLE JOBS FOIL STUDENTS
r -two m n.
T. I. Cmdva ft BOB CmL
Tata Ta Prlntta t th Time.
..Betters Photographer ttth Farm.
tleetrt CktltlaM t; lisjhMn; nut
' Rura;.p-i iranden company.
a. C. FatteTeoa baa decided to rent two
-if :it new hmim en T1urty-1B:h'h avenue,
av Tear tni Moaay Haet'nas A
.'vrlrn. !M Harney treet. will sell you a ;
n home on small naym-nt down, bal-j Not e "how baa bwnm an annual
" r'"n'- affair at the KMrnrv Normal. tt waa
aaarck Cln A metins; of tha R- j Inaugurated dtir-lns; tha second year of the
anh rluh all! h held at St. Brr hman
s.sdemy. T. entr --etxt h street and St.
Msry a ivfnn. fundy afternoon.
litrrMilat Fart from Weewrda
Harvard. Tal anil WIiwmIi
P'naaal I.'" I
mti'ira and t'ie r!aj. t'andy. cake, nut j
sml ire i n m ar served inl a fitting
pr-.irrjm is fumishfd ly the cias.
The pr'marv detriment of tha cnlleae J
Baa FranaUa alflt -Sow little reap
hit!" A savin in-nunt in tha NU.
Savings a- Luin Aas n will help you aava
your reaping. lt Farnarn. B. of T Bids.
Two sVatomobll Aocldaata BosAar
Heme thine may happen to you. Cr1;ht
Baldrlae A Co. wrlta th bent form of
witomobll liability poller. L.ow
Phone Doulaa 100.
Th Warm f ta aTomr- Mrs. Allca
C Millie will address the Omaha Philo
sophical society Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m.
took rharne of trie exercise In chapel on
Thmeday moriiir.it. The protrram was a
very interesting one. tla- days at the
rnl)ae are aiaays emked forward to with
a ?r-at deal of Interest. Owing to the
many departments In tha school, there are
many riasa dais, each department Riving
a program each term.
Pan V. Stephens ave a verr intereetlng-
i ta;k on tha Fanama canal before tha t'ninn
Literary society laet Friday night. Hla
r' marks were made from personal ob
servation, a hlrh made the lecture douhly
school and haa ben used everv year to The echool of expreeslnn aava a recital
ralpe funds for the ("hr-lstian associations. ! Thursday night In the chapel, assisted by
Tie event that occurred Friday evenlnir! members .f the muile department. The
wee probably the mi at successful. A gen- pr,,aram throimhout was well chosen and
sral proarajn of pantomime and sung illua- I w,n rendered. The claaa, as now organ
tratlng "tha seven aga" occurred In thelIPi tl) go through the year, la fine In
chapel at tha beginning of tha evening's I number and In mental attainment.
entertainment. After this the Tarlous t Albert Lukken maule a flying trip to
events tonk place In different parts of the gx cny. it was purely on buslneaa. i
building. Madame Jarley s wax works hut the members of his olaea purchaaed aj
held forth in the chapel. Miss Gladys
Ellis took the part of Mrs. Jarley and
proved very skillful. The hall of mys
tery consisted of various experiments in
physics and ohemtatry and waa presided
In Barlght hail. Nineteenth and Faroam over by Profa. 9uktnn and Williams.
Htreets. on "The Worm of the Hour."
A Private BaXa In our burglar and flra
proof afa deposit vault for only H"" Pr
J ear. Large storage vault for silverware
etc F.ntrance at 14 Fsrnara street, or
through tha Omaha National bank.
Miaa PkUDrlolt wlU continue this weak
eaie of ser embroitlerlea. rubes, jade and
cloisonne, vaaes. etc., second floor, Wead
building. Eighteenth and Farnam streets.
Phone D. and H. ds.
aToTtawaatara Xavea BaxUar An
nouncement Is made by tha Northwestern
pad that Its train for Minneapolis, which
1. as heret'srnrar krft Omaha at 7:W p. m.,
will leave at 7 p. m. In the future.
waa Instructive and inter-stlng. The merry
old maids, under the direction of Miss
Anna Jennings, proved a very popular at
traction. The music room, presided over
by Mice Bennett, was well paironised. The
program of muetn was suited to the popu
lar ar and pleased the audiinoe im
mensely. The physical stunts, under the
direction of Prof. Van Bnren. were pulled
off In tha gymnanlum. The skill exhibited
by Prof. Van Buren and his men surprised
everybody. An admiseion fee of S cents
was charged fir the varloue attractiona.
The rcelpts amounted to over 1300.
lot of rice and gave him a benefit on the i
nippoairlon that he had been away to get
married. The matter is still in dubt and
he la willing to give them the benefit of
Prof Boggess. dean of the music depart
ment of the college. Is organist at the
First Methodist church of Fremont and
director of the choir. They now have a
vested choir, consisting of thirty voices,
and will give special Christmas music next
WORKUG THROUGH YALE.
former mayor of Omaha, haa return-.! j nd holJ "',1'r meeting!. Ernest Pun-
ley is president or tna cmo. i ne urgnniia
tion haa a large membership. The repre
sentative of the Kearney Normal in Lin-
Atsdrsta Tell ef Their Earataa;s Wail
The Tale bureau of appointment! has
made public In the Tale News the number
nf efttdenrs who had worked their WAV
The graduates and former students or j throuh colIw,. how much monev such
th Kearney Normal who are attending ; Mrn, ,nd at what kind of work,
the state university have organised a club w. rK.Hlv-rt from 54. whir h la
"nr. an.l h- re-iuesta that tlie staillum te
;i:i'teiMi rr n.'it sunirrer s kumn Mr.
Trs. who Is now worm many million,
and who 1 -trni. aoltl one of hia ml liM
inas 10 Louisiana for -.!.' admits that
he a Wee his success to f'Hit bail.
Cr. (nri r.dKsr Vincent, dean tif th"
faculty of ars. literature and science of
the I nlversity of 1 lniago. )is been ctvn
hv the rexenis to succeed l'r. I'vrus .Nonh
r'ip aa president of the 1'nlvrsltv of Mln
neeota. and haa art'epied the office.
The gift 1 f Mii..sJ for the further en
largement and strengthening nf the teach
ins foree nf Dartmouth cm;ege from Kd
aard Tuck of larla a gradnaie of Dart
mouth in the . iaxs of 1. waa aawiounced
by President Krneet Fox .Mchois at a maea
meeting In Nebter hail.
For the first time In the history of
"ernard coI1-ku one of the graduates haa
b-vn appointed its dean. She is Miss Vir
ginia iochemn Ulidersieeve of the case of
let. daughter of Henrv A. lklerslee e. for
merly a Justice of tha supreme court of
New York City.
Mlee l M. Wood is a leader In estab
lishing a night school at Mount Klsco.
N. Y . for the purpose of leaching Italians
tha Knglleh language. Mlse Wood give
her services free to help beginners, and
tha principal of the school Is to supervise
the worn without extra pay.
Mrs. Helen M. Wlxson. who ku in.) Hn
elected state superintendent of public in
struction in Colorado. Is said to owe her
election to the nonpartisan vote of th
women. Though the democrats swept the
state. Mrs,. Wlxaon. who was nommat-d by
the republicans, received a large majority,
women without regard for party line vot
ing for her.
MAN HUNTER GETS TWO HERE
Oklahoma Sheriff Causes Aire it of
CAUGHT BY CITY DETECTIVES
riaat seltsi Offleeri awatiiera
Official Wiati Owe Mere tw
from a anjuum at a health rnaurt at
Nevada, Mo., where he recovered from
afflictions Incurred In an accident here
eeveral years ago.
Xmaa la Cewitns; .. If you want any
rubber toy you ran get tliein at th Rub
ber store. Rubber belia, rubber doi.s and
evr tiling ia that la rubber. The UmaM
ltubber company, JZ. H. Spragu presi
dent, ltot Harney ati'aet. "Just around
Conatj JDaiaffatioa at X-aaobaoa Ac
rep runi.es rei elved Indicate that nearly all
of Douglas county senators and repre
sentative, will tas. luncheon with the
Commercial club Tuesday noon. Tile
luncheon la designed by tha executive
committee for th promotion of acquaint
ance between committee ami assemblyman.
Attorney T. B. Dysart will discuss
taxation in a brief address.
Womaa'a Suftarlaa; KeUaved After
iJr.g thre days lo bed suffering with a
broken should" bon Mra Thorn. Allen
received medical attention last evening for
th Erst time when' Poilo Surgeon Peppers
waa called to th scene. Th surgeon
found tha patient la much distress In a
two-room shanty at Thirteenth and
sp near streets. She had received her In
jury in a fall Thursday. Surgeon Peppers
caused th wonua to- be taken to ?t.
alt Ca Taive Arrest R. C.
Coorri;s and M. J. Hawkins were arrested
a few minutes after W. H. Marshall, a
youth from 8helby,. reported to Policeman
Plotts th theft of his suit casa at th
Colon station last evening. Marshall re
ported that he placedt hia crip In char ce
nt Coomb to watch for a few moment
and upon returning to get It found tha
man had disappeared. Marshall pointed
out Coomba. in company with tha other
man. In a restaurant, and Policeman Plotts
took tho pa.r to the station. Coomhs
pcasesaed a revolver and Hawktn waa
found to hav a number of Marshall's ties
in bis pockets when searched.
coin were recently very pleasantly enter
tained by Miss Mittl Beecher. Wayne J.
Chapman of the class of 190T. now a senkir
In the law department at Ann Arbor. Is
president of 111 Nebraska club at the
Mra Sarah Brindley. preceptress, who
visited in California during the summer.
probably nine-tenths of the entire number
who earned money by working. The total
amount reported was SIUO.MS. of which
nT.&n was In term time and 2.2S In
vacation. Adding $5,000 for one term of
first year c I as see. not included abov, and
J1P OK" for the tenth part (estimated) which
did not report, the whole amount actually
earned waa about $214,449.
The graduate school (eighty-eight men)
earned the largest amount, $46,770. and the
next, the academical seniors iseventy-nlne
gav a very Interesting and Instructive , mpn( he shefneId ,, (f!ftv.
talk Thursday morning at aasemoiy o
Superintendent F. E. Morrow of the Cen
tral City schools. In company with H. G.
Taylor, representative-elect from Merrick
county, spent Monday visiting the school.
Both gentlemen made Interesting talka In
tha chapel. WUlard F Bailey and 9. C.
Baxsett. representatives-elect from Buffalo
county, and Senator C. F. Bodinson also
spent a "day in the school.
About thirty members of the Catholio
Students' club met with Father Paly on
November ?. The following officers were
elected: President, Miss Bloom; secretary-treasurer.
M15S RelMy; collector. Mr.
Deaver. At this meeting the following
committees were appointed: Program, Mr.
Schott, Mlsa Burns and Miss Guggenmos;
social. Mrs. Patterson. Mis O'Connor and
Mr. Carrtg; bylaws and constitution. Prof.
Patterson. Mlaa Caughlln and Mr. Gill. It
waa decided by th members of the club 1
that th meeting! are to be devoted to
church history, scripture study and social
diversion. Th club will meet twlc each
Show Birds Will Soon.
Be on Journey Back
to Own Home Yards
Exhibitor, of Poultry Are Satisfied
and a Greater Collection of Fowl
Expected JText Year.
Tired but happv. and already planning
for next year's show, tlia officer of th
Trans-MInslaslppf Poultry and Pet Stock
association cluaed the atxth annual show
of the organisation In th Auditorium at
midnight. By Monday all of the birds,
valued oonson atlvely at 160.000, will be
K'-ne Thar were narly XduO birds on
exhibition and secretary Anton Lundstrom
of the association says $tiO.O0O la an ex-
Utmely low estimate of their worth. Many 1
of them are birds that liav taken prt
!OTK PROM PERU XOHAL.
.tsassl Wlsln waieert tr Maaleal
Deamrtaaenta lven Monday.
Last Monday avenlng the mus e depart
ments gave lt annual w.nter concert.
Numbers were rendered by the Choral So
ciety Gle club and band. George H. Ire-
j land of Lincoln aaatsted In the progmm
I and delighted hia hearers with his whist
I ling and bird calla Mr. .. Ireland l ss d
j to be th greatest quartet tenor ever
trained In America; his work In "A
three men). $?2.5Z; the academical fresh
men (fifty-three men). $14,427. and the
Sheffield Scientific school freshmen (thirty
five men), $7,340.
The largest amount earned. $37,13, was
in teaching, chiefly by students In the
One hundred and eighty-two students
earned JtfuaM by private tutoring. Of this
seniors !n the scientific school earned
$7.KS; memliers of the graduate school.
$4.ST0; academical seniors. $3,975. and liw
school. $3.tC0, while academical and scien
tific freshmen earned only $W3 and $795,
Next to private tutoring more money or
Its equivalent In the shape of board) Is
earned by students who act as waiters,
chiefly upon small club of ten or fifteen
of their fellows. One hundred and thirty
five students earned $1S.K3 In this way. In
this academical sophomores took the lead,
earning $3,384. followed by academical
freshmen, $1,317; scientific seniors. $1,746.
and academ.cal seniors. $1.37.
Eighteen students made $3,319 at news
The care of furnaces and sidewslks In
winter and gardens and lawna In summer
get for many students rooms worth ti'fl
a week. Thirty-two got their lodgings this
way. Fifteen men employed aa motormcn
earned $i418. Seventeen atudents in the
choirs of the various churches and chapels
In or near the city earned $1,W.
LIERSITY K WlSCOSI.
Two Fighters Are
Knocked Out by
Combatant Found Unconscious by !
Police After Work of Sympa
thizers ii Cone.
Fighting hand to hand on th sidewalk
a whit man and a negro were each
knocked out by two other men who took
sides and suddenly Interrupted th bout in
front of 11S South Thirteenth street, yester
day afternoon. When Policemen Riegel
man, Dillon and Vanderford arrived on Uie
seen they found the original combatants
lying apparently dead, on Inside and the
other outside th door. Spectators who
crowded about th house declared a race
riot had occurred.
Not until they got the two limp forms
of the beaten gladiators to the station did
j the police find a solution of the affair.
1 They were met by Detective Wooldrtge.
who waa bringing in at the time, James
Flynn, a blacksmith, he had seen running
several blocks from the location of the
It waa then learned that William Reece.
the negro, and George McDermott. th un
conscious white man. had engaged In the
flstio duel. McDermott was getting the
beat of th encounter when a second negro
cam forward and landed a terrific blow
on his Jaw, knocking hlin completely out.
While tha second colored man was running
away and Reece towered over McDermott,
apparently about to kick th prostrate
form. Flynn sprang in and drove a smash
ing blow Into the face of Reece, Just aa the
second negro had don to McDermoit.
Reeca crumpled under th fore of the
punch and fell to the sidewalk as thor
oughly knocked out aa hia adversary.
The police were unable to get a trace of
tha negro whose blow had been so effec
tive. Flynn, when h saw hia friend still
senseless at the station, thought him dead
and began to weep. McDermott and Reeca
both recovered after a short time, appar-
ently nona th worse for their experience.
R-at This If Tea asat tha Benefit.
J. W. Greer. Greenwood; La., suffered
with a saver caa of .lumbago. -Th
pain were so in ten X- waa forced t
i hypodermic ln)ectlons"f6r -relief. These
attacks started with a pain in th a mail
of my back which gradually became
fairly paralysing. My attention was at
tracted to Foley's Kidney Remedy and I
am glad to say aftar using thla wonder
ful medicine I am no longer bothered in
any way by my old enemy lumbago." Hold
by all druggists.
Pint Cesstry l-lfe fssleresee tw Dla
rH laaprovtasj Aaeaeie.
The first Wisconsin country life confer-
Kather'a Lullaby" fully demonstrate,! bis I ent.e nai, just bwn caaei ,y Dean H. L.
unusual ability. The normal organization j ot the college of agriculture of the
was at its best and the concert whs a t;nlVf.rsUy of Wisconsin to be held at Madl-
Py th arreat of two negro murder sus
pects. Omaha detectives yesterd.iy aided
Sheriff Tom D. Dotson of Wewoka. Okl..
towards perfecting hla record as champion
man hunter of th counwy. Detectives
Mitchell. Sullivan. Maloney and Van
Deusen arrested Noble Bowler, alias Ed
Jones, and Prince Candona. alias John
9mlth. about 5 o'clock In the afternoon.
In reepone to a letter from Sheriff Dot
son. The Oklahoma ofTIclal wrot that he had
served three terms as sheriff and had
captured forty-five out of the forty-eight
murderers, who had perpetrated their
crimes In his county. "I'm going to retire
January L" th sheriff explained, "and
I am very anxlou to quit with a clean
record of success. I want to get those
three other murderers." H then, set forth
that h believed two of th slayers were
In Omaha at I"2 South E3ghth street.
Scarcely an hour after Captain Savsiga
had received th remarkable letter, his men
were bringing; Jh sullen suspect to the
station. Th detective! got trac of
Bowler and Candona through persona at
230J South Eighth street. whr th men
lived, and captured them at different
point near Union depot. Candona. a giant
In stature, attempted to fight off Maloney
and Van Deusen at first, but gave up when
the detective grasped him.
Dotson'! letter doe not set forth th
details of the crimes for which he wanted
the negroes. The detective hellev the
sheriff got hi clue to th suspects her
through letters they wrot to friend! at
In discussing- th case. Captain Savage
declared Dotson'! record In th pursuit
and arrest of criminals th greatest In hla
memory. From a line In Dotson' s letter
that he had a clu on th forty-eighth
and last remaining murder, tha local de
tectives are speculating on th dWiwe ta
sheriff has In the remaining dayi of this
month to make his man hunting scot per
fect. Word waa received at a late hour that
Dotson would arrlv In Omaha soon to take
his prisoners back to Wswokav
TMa unique 1K$ pen
ts small enough to slip
In a man's lower vt
pocket, or a woman
purse or handbag. It
won't Irak, even if
carried npalilei down.
Handy as a short" lead
pencil nothing to get
out of order makes
pleasing, useful gift
for gentlemen or lsffllea
S2.30, 3.0O, B4.CT
What Is a more pleasing, useful gift for
father, mother, brother, sister, swethiart
or friend than a Tarher Luciy Cnrvs Foun
tain Pen, sure to be cherished for a life
time, b era tine It will gtv a life-time of
service. In th dainty, artistic gITt boi
free with every purchase. What Is a more
No pen other than tha
rarker will do so well,
because none but the Par
ker haa tha curved Ink-
feed the Luck Curve that makes the
Parker cleanly. The Parker never lnka
the fingers when you remove the cap to
write, never smears your linen or fingers,
because of the lucky curve. Tha selection
of a Parktr is proof of your care in select
ing a quality gift.
Hundreds ot beautiful designs now being
shown at the Owl Drug Store, 16th and
Harney SU.. Standard Self-filling and
Safety styles, 1.50 to 1250.00. Artistic
gift box free.
PARKER PEN COMPANY
Geo. S. Parker, Prts.
Prisoner in Rags, but
With Plenty of Money
Hennan Weiienber? Has Comfortable
Soil of Currency When Caught
Tattered and bedraggled of garb, Her
man Weisenberg had J41B.50 In hla clothes
in clotted bunches of bills when searched
by Sergeant Marshall at the police station
Weiaenberg waa arrested on complaint
of his wife that he had been abusing her
at Uieir home. 802 North Sixteenth street.
When the prisoner protested at being
taken to a cell. Sergeant Marshal In
formed him b waa the luckiest man In
town to be abl to get In a cell and have
his money safe.
Do you know that fully nin out of
vary tan case of rheumatism are lim
ply rhematlsra of th mu.scie due to cold
or damp, or chronic rhumatism. and re
quire no Internal treatment whatever?
Apply Chamberlain' Liniment freely and
see how quickly It gives relief. For sal
by all dealers.
Revised Estimates on Crops
rare miistr.il treat.
I son under the auspice of the university
The final estlmatesiof the crop reporting' of the bureau, indicate the harvested
board of the bureau of statistics of the . average acreage, production and value of
Department of Agriculture, based on the j important farm crops of the United States
M.ss Austin's musical pupils gave a re- j FebruBry u-i;, rjll. This Is the flret time' reports of th correspondents and agents in 11)10 and la, to have been aa follows:
cltal In Music and Expression hall
cellent program. consisting moetlv of
classical selections. Great Improvement is
on ' that a meeting to-dlscuss rural conditions
rendered an e- .,. hcl,l In th. ml,l,ll. weet. The
purpose of the conference is to bring
together farmers. teachers. ministers.
apparent in the work of those appearing ,,, hll(nM11 mp nd librarians to dls-
Mondav morning at convocation M as j tne .. pd, uf country life and
Campbell of th mue'o derm rt men t ren- 1 uwrlbe wnnt naa been accomplished
di red a selection from "11 Trovatore" as tow8rd8 improving conditions through
a violin solo. Miaa Campbell played In a I var)ou agencies. The novel feature about
very artiatlr manner and received -en- th( conferenc. w)u be the fact that all
erous applause. We hope to hear her 1 th- gpeakers men wno have had pracU-a.-ln
In th near futur. j cal experlenee with conditions of life aa
Mrs. Nettleton will coach the senior j foulu, tm Wisconsin farms,
class play this year A extM,j,)VB collection of Chinese news-
About thlrty-flv have reentered In the j paper, waa audrd to the museum of
preliminary debates, which are to be held forBiln newspapers of the course In
at show all over the United Slates. ln seoonu wee in Januan Journalism this week. Within the last
Twelve thousand people saw the show, ! Prof. Delsell waa taken sick on Friday nioIuti collections from India, the Phllip
ai cording to thw unofficial attendance fig- ' is at week with what later proved to lie pinr, ,j china have been added, increas
111 es. The attendaace last year waa con- I smallpox. He has been Isolated in th j itlg the siae of tha museum by nearly a
siderabiy below this figure. There wer VS I small house on the north part of his prop- 1 i,unured pa per a
exhluiutr. of . whom sixty remained In j rty and la being cared for bv H. D Jack- I T, nonresident tuition feea at the unl
titpalia and at the show during the entire . man. H Is getting along nicely and Is ' VPr31ty have been raised, the new schedule
eek. 1 now past the staire of the dineaae that Is j ut fet,s to taKa effect In September, Mil.
"cAery exhibitor haa agreed to come j most annoying and will a,,cil!y Imnrove. A11 itudenU residing outside of the state
hack wuu a bigrfer exhibit neat year." said The disease waa In a verv mild form, and ! mUst p,y semester instead of $25 aa
Mr. Lundstrum last mht. "They have also ' al no tints was he serouaiy Kick. Dr. 1, This with the incidental fee
-M4iU U i their beat to Induce other 1 jihrlllioru who has charK- of the ea.-e. I r,.,Ulrea f all students will make the fees
aaiuuiturs that .r not here this ,ear to j ,h;U al, parlies who came In contact , for nonleiaents of the suite $94 a year
Farm Value, Dec. 1.
7 , " "l.ir. Mr IM&ell in the ear'y slaves of I ,n co:iege of letters and science. $104 a
.he best snow ,n the Lulled States bvery- , , r. It was known to he yw , tn. co(leB, o engineering and the
n .hlnTTr T c 'i-"' or hv Wn viu-elnated. Lhool o, masHc.n.. and W In the law
o.i.T' l " " m0""'"' B1"f S U"d that nothing more than a few case, j .nou anJ th. ceg. of agriculture.
il"i any uioi. it a a national.
We ete glad there wer so many
i. cnirn with entries at th show. It shows i
.11c women are b. ginning to take an in
to! est 111 H)olir Ther were thirty woman
vlitutors this rear, last ear ther were
. ui about half a dosen.
I of varioloid can result at the worst
Prof. Hovt save a verv interesting and
Acres. BusUela Cents. Dollars.
Com. 1H10 m.Od.KKJ .12S.7U.i .S 1.52S.9W(.0(10
l.'orn. WW 1IS.771.01M 2.772.376.0ni f l.ti5il.iZ:.(w
Winter wheat. 110 S9.27.i0 IM.teM.tmO .l 4l,a7n.0is
Winter wheat, lSkH .:PW(ii 44. 3'Vrt UiJ.9 4f..l."4.i
Spring wheat. 1910 U.rTX.ouo Sl.2M.iii0 2U7.shK.(Jio
Spring wheat. 1 lX.J:i.t 2s ics.ono 9X1 ro.Ktii.0i)
Ail wheat, l.tlO .ItJo.Ulo tW6.4.(l w i fn.UiA'K
All wheat, l!s) 4H.72!. 737.19 (m Ml 6 T.ms,i
IJata, 1M0 35.2NI.U0i) tl2.7H6.tl00 S4.1 3M.7l.isJ
Oais. l i3.JU4.Uu) l.tnT.SoS.imo .l"4.0i
Barley. 1K10 7,7.t lta.iz:.) B7 Kl.TK.tW
Barley. lU 7.U11.) 170H.Oi S5.J M.STl.tWO
Rye. 110 I.tfcs.ijni) 33.t.tliii) 72.2 "3.t0.0ii)
Rye. 1S X.Ofti.00 1.239 1 7S. 23.S"e.uns
Buckwheat. 1910 t?fi.00t . n.23.(IO .7 n.Kl.OMD
Buckwheat. 1H KH.OHO 17.4S8.0it S lilss.im)
Flaxseed. 1SH0 5.9100n 14.UH.U00 230 12.aM.0Hu
Flaxsee.1. 19it 2.T4t.i 3.Kfsi.UU0 3.4h.iKi0
Rice. 1S10 722,l . i;4.5i.tie 7. l.lEi.iM)
Rice. l"s9 TX.Zli eL'4..tn 7 4 19.341.0iW
Potatoes, lino S.K!a .Rk.Hll.uA 5S.5 1S7.SS.U0!)
Potatoes, lute .aJ.u) CS.i.TT.OU) b. asj.646.isw
Hay. li'li) tt.01.ow ae0.97S.0fO b$12.M 747.7R9.Ouw
Hay. laOJ tt.744.iiO0 ati4.ieS.uM btlO.itt 19.346. j
TotuLcco, una i.ra.a.111 eM.3.uci) d 3 w.4tsi.uuo
Tobacco. l'JO l.lstl.ouo cU).37.tue dlO.l 6.7U.'J0V
Bushels of weight, "a" Tons, "b" Per ton. "o" Pounda "d" Per pound,
"e" Kgulvalent to .i.)U.u bags of 1st pounds, average weight.
The total value of crops above specified 1 The average of prices waa
on December 1. 1910, was $3.7CS.4M.onO. I cent lower on December I.
against t3.971.4-Ai.OM on December 1, line. 1 December 1. 118.
about 8.5 pr
1810, than on
soft, clear, velvety fixe from rough
spots, patencs, eruptiona arid blem
ishescan only be obtained by
intelligent care and a healthy con
dition of the skin,
A. O. 3.
IS a valuable rrTnrQh"ori nf I
ir -f sja .
assistance in prodiicing a beautiful,
attractive skin because it contains a.
superior antiseptic agent, which clears
the pores of impurities, and is healing
and invigorating in its action.
Get it at any A. D. S. Drug Store.
i-ocir. for the sign.
Bn Drug Co.. 1211 rarnam.
H. 8. King. 14th and Farnam.
Hain Drug Co., Kit Farnam.
Walnut Hill Pharmacy. 40th and CUmlng.
Saratoga Drug Co.. 24th and Am Ave.
i. H. Merchant, llth and Howard.
Jno. J. Freytaa. 114 North 14th Street.
Th Crasaey Pharmacy. 24th and Lake.
Johanaon Drue Co, Z4tU and Spalding.
A. Beranek. 1401 South IStb Street.
Chaa. S. Lathrop, 1124 !i. 14th Street.
H. L Prlbbenow. 16th and Vinton Sta.
fc'ureat Teuton Drug Co, stta and Q
Street. South Omaas.
Schaefar's Cut Prtoa Drug? Slor, 24
North lfth treat,
achaafar' Cut Price Drue Star. 14l
N 8 treat. South Omaha.
One death in every ten in your locality is
caused by Tuberculosis.
You can help stamp out this disease.
Use Red Cross Christmas Seals
on your Holiday Letters and
Cost One Cent Each.
Anyone may sell thim.
Everyone should buy them.
Distributing headquarters for Nebraska:
807 Brandeia. Phone Tyler 1637.
ADDRESS TUBERCULOSIS SECRETARY.
jW. Ll .J a4
kHIMi THK LITTLE OE.H.
at the physical science conference
day evening. j
Dr. A. Roach, pastor of the St. Paul j
church of Lincoln, haa accepted an in- !
I tiM for next year s show hav been i v',atl'"1 to deliver the baccalaureate er
fixed. It will be December U to 1. We j m"n hr nrXt Mv
art, suing to go right aiioad getting ready. Chancellor "eschger of Corner nnler
lor it now and keep busy from now until I a,,-v ' welcome visitor to oit school
then. The prosuects seem to Indicate tnat Tuesday forenoon. Me addressed In stu-
e are certain to hav the biag'-st show In ' dent body at convocat
tho I oiled State. Our location is perfect. '
BODY TO OMAHA FOR BURIAL rh"VL
Joeeah Bms. ka Died la kleaa
4waasaale Her by W Idasv
Th funaual of thn lata Joaeph P. Boa of
'hu-ago. who died Id that city December
14. was held at o'ciovk Saturday morn
ing at at. Peters church. Uraaiia. With th
Interment at Holy bepulchr cemetery.
Th funeral tnaaa waa said by the Rev.
P. A. MuUovM-n and th prayers at the
siave by the Rv. Father Dowd. Aa an
offartory. -Ja Baivator Ssundl" waa
sung by th ehoir.
Deceased aaa a member of th Knights
oft'uiumbus and Modern Woodman. He
aaa ensnared- la th lumbar business at the
Urn of hi death. Th body was tecum
pinied to Ootana by th widow and a
b other. Ed ward C Bosw of Stdney. ').
Mrs. Bum la the daughter of W. A. lie
Kliy ef th Weatera L'nloa Telegraph
tooipay of thia city and Is a grand- I class is centeied
Tuesday morning J. V. t'rabtrce. shim r-intendent-elei-t.
addreesed the students 'n
Meihsid f Provtdlaj? Lssckrasi lu
ew York ItehtMil.
A school visitor who has been Inspecting
some of the public schools of New Tura
'lty In which luncheons are serv. d to the
children, endorses them in every respect.
"I a especially pleaded." she sajd. "at
the manner in which the affair ia man-aiit-ii.
The tickets a:-e sold to the children
before) sc!eti op. ns. and at 11 o'clock two
of Hie older pupils p. ace a table at either
side of the platform in one of the class
i n one of tin se tahles a placed a
market lakct filled vAith sliced bread,
several Piles of hottls and tras and a pile
if m.uis. The tickets are then collected.
: and one bv one the cnildren file bef- re
tiin first table tin a second table Is a
Dr. Overgaaid spoke before the stuiienta j Cii .,,, uf , .,lp. iia, h child in the
v,ill.suy morning on uie suuje,-i ot l ..jvr. a t: av. ..n hich is a bowl
afiD Hooroe haa taken the piace
Howell of the StAt- iin versn.y
rame her under the aiisplei-s of the lix'-tl
dramatic club last Thursday- evening snd
gae several readings.
'rriuaiut t'alleae tales.
uie receives a trav. .in
) of the soup, a spoon and tw slices i.f
' bread. t another table a cup of cocoa
matron In the dining room. She comes , . . . ... Ti. m .,( itus luncheon ia 1
from th Hastings college. here she acted i
aa matron lu the girls dormitory.
Prof, ooftley spuke before the Men s 1
ulub on the subject of "Moral Training in '
the Public rkuool-"
Rev. hktheil conducuoi cliapel eeii'iees
al th college oa Tuesday morning I
ortti. . A peiiny more will buy a piece oj
gmti t hread, and on some days ice cr-a ii
is proviucd at the eo.t of another ci:i.
The noup ia on occasions aupplaijled '
bakeil hruna or muccaronl.
"In each iH-luMd w here this lunch la pi--.
id -d a woman in tl e employ of the Xevi
in oirtnuay party is an iniereaunK r.a- T,.k m.h)MH ,..,,. commute 1 emplov . -d
ture in th pnmarv depa, tnienr at he c I-j , . Af.a ,.tf th, serving. '
leg. Aa the birthday of the little kinder-'
duuahtsr of the lata lienorai U. M.
uiia mi LQ pioneer uf OOuui.
aarmer appruai-nes. tie lie a "Drmnie"
or a "Hiighi live. ' the interest of t.-.t
in that one until the rfti
j britHnl by Uitt tt-aoli;r (Mlaa lliieii, urn
K.unl loan I wttr.
j Trrt. nitliii-nau-e oil oiritt.. - .n,
i mdu-tit of t-'it rnivtHmity -if t'it" .",,
in i h- u.-s .f h:t. hu vrtninirii a m(
t -r "t V'y ' f"r tijiil'im f.r cui-.-ri.
Thtt n.une m t turtHcoiuinf mi
TO SUMMER LANDS
If you are routeniplating a trip to Florida, Cuba, Cen
tral AruerifM, the West Indies, South America or to the
Mediterranean and the Orient, we will be pleased to arrange
all "Uie details of your trip and start you right, via the
ILVAUXEE & ST.
Winter tourist fares to Florida and the South, circuit
tours via New York to Xew Orleans and Galveston, delight
ful cruises from New York to the Mediterranean, Orient,
West Indies and South America. Ileservatious made via
all railroad and steamship lines.
Snow and Ice
Information and folders free.
Ticket Office, 1524 Farnam St.,
At this scasn of the year, when the
ground and street car platforms arc
apt to be covered with snow or ice,
especial carr should be taken by
passengers in etting on and oft cars.
WAIT UNTIL THE CAR STOPS!
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