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THE DEE; OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 25. 1911.
BELLEYUE REFUSES OFFER
Vnirersity of Omaha Agrees to Union,
bat Bellerne Declines.
JOINT COMMITTEE REPORTS FLAK
The large card party Riven at the Coun
try club yesterday proved to be a great
success, socially and financially. The re
port a ere not all In. but It la estimated
that the net proceed ara something over
I. Thla money will be given away to
tha Creche. Tho flower donated to tha
party made an effective background for
tha players. Tha big trophy cups. Jar and
Jkw1 wara filled with rut flowera of
very variety, arranged on tahlee and man
tle about tha room. Tha highest score
1.714 waa made by Mrl. I.. M. Cohn and
Mn. Louia Wolfe, who played together.
These two playera cut for the choice of
. prizes and Mra. Cohn ehoae a splendid
huge allk taneatry tray, mounted In ma
hogany, with bras handles. Mra. Wolfe
choea a beautiful framed colored print of
Tha next highest acore In thla section,
C. was made by Mint Edith Locke and Miss
Amy Gllmore. scoring 1.22. Miss Gllmor
choaa an elaborate basket to be used at
a centerings for tha table. Mlaa Locke's
prime waa a lavender and gold automobile
Tha prltea wara divided and grouped as
to sections, and each woman preeent
seemed to have scanned tha table and
privately made her selection, for when the
prise wara chosen there were very little
hesitation or delay.
In section D Mr, flush and Mrs. Eileck
scored t. Mra. Rush waa awarded a
French mirror, deoorated with an old print,
Mra. Blllck, sideboard cover In Mexican
drawn work. With a seors of 89 Mrs
John Bktttn won a charming brass tray
and Mrs. W. I. Klerstead one of the
flower baskets, for a table centerpiece, '
In section B Mrs. William Hill Clarke
and Mrs. R. B. Harris won first place,
with a acore of till. Mrs. Clarke received
a reprint of an old maater, framed beauti
fully. A hand-wrought picture frame was
awarded to Mra. Harris.
Mrs. It. Muser received a heavy mahog
any bookrack and Mrs. John Henry Rohrs,
a blue auto veil. These women playing to
gether aoored M.
In section A, high score, 1.224. was made
by Mrs, J. Ingwerson and Mrs. N. B.
Updike, who cut for a pretty tapestry tray
and a hand-cut brass floor basket
Mrs. E. II. HOwland and Mrs. Patterson
followed, scoring l.llfl. Mrs. Howland chose
a picture of. Browning's home, Mra. Pat
terson an embroidered linen veil case.
Tha stunning umrfcer gowns and gor
geous hats qf tha playera made an Interest
ing display. Gowns ranged from simple
summer frocks In dainty color to .elab
orate Costumes of Imported lace.
Tha bookkeepers Rat apart at ona table
and wara Mrs. Warren Rogers, Mrs. J. R.
Scoble and Mlaa Susan Holdreg. In charge
of tha different sections were Mrs. Joseph
Barker, Mra. John Wbeeler, Mrs. Will
Burns and Mrs. Arthur C. Smith, assisted
ey Miss Sharp.
Tb fine weather aided the managers of
the affair, making it a noteworthy and suc
On of tha early June brides, who has a
host of friends, hat received a large num
ber of attractive gifts, but probably 'the
most unusual and useful gift will be from
Thla fortunate bride and groom number
among tha presents they have already re
ceived many handsome pictures, embroi
dered linens, attrlotlve furniture for their
new home, besides silver and cut glass.
A much appreciated gift I a trip to Eu
rope from tho groom's parents.
To complete the list of useful and at
tractive gifts which these fortunate young
people hava received the brlde'a parents
will present them with an electric
A quiet wedding was celebrated at I
o'clock Tuesday morning at Bt. Wenceslaus
church, when Miss Km ma Kaapar became
the bride of Mr. Frank & Blndelar. The
wedding lines were read by Rev. T. Bra
nek. - Tha bride were her go-away, gown of
whlta serge, with large white hat trimmed
with plumes. Miss Mayme Katpar, sister
of tha bride, waa her only attendant and
wore a white aerge tailored gown with hat
to match. Mr. O. Blndelar, brother of the
groom, waa best man. Mr. and Mrs. Bln
delar left last evening for a western trip
and will be at home after June IS at 1401
ftoulh Eighth Street.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH. OMAHA
Hug Hud Creek Sewer Will Soon Be
Completed. , ,
W02K BUSHED BY CONTRACTORS
BUT Barbeeae Bad relaxation te
Plaaaea Wkfs Flalsa U A a
tsi4 .' Street Kalv
for the Eaalea.
With pick and shovel going night and
day and the big concrete mixers turning
out ton after ton of eewer lining, the
completion of Mud Creek sewer, the largest
piece of engineering work In the paving
and drainage of South Omaha la in sight.
Mud Creek sewer will be the main artery
of the new aewer system of the city and
the eontracors are pushing the work with
all possible dispatch.
The big sewer haa a depth of from eight
to eleven feet and runa through a hill
said to be tunelled at a depth of 100 feet.
(0 per cent of tb expense money has
already been paid, but there atlU remains
unexpended some $20,000. which will go
towards finishing tha big dltcn. The origi
nal contract waa let by the city to the
National Construction ' company, which la
turn aublet the work to Offerman Broth
er It la understood that the united pack
ers have offered to aupply tne beeves
fur a three days barbecue If the work is
oompleted in the near future. A two days'
celebration la planned by the city officials
and a grand Jollflcation at forecasted. The
whole cost of the sewer with Us lateral
lines will amount to Ik., which the
Stock Tarda company donated IXOtt).
Maay Cesitoss Are Caarellea.
The city treasurer's office was oc
cupied Tuesday In Cancelling tome ll.w
worth of coupons cashed by the NW York
fiscal agency. May I. . Interest tq tha
amount of IH.WS to. as forwarded to
Keuatae Brother of New York to satisfy
the outstanding obligations of th city for
the month ef June.
H'k Prle fee Cattle.
One ef the highest prices in over a year
was paid Tuesday by the Omaha Packing
company for high grade white faced heif
ers, which sold at i.8S per ewt - There
Mme. Bernhardt's Autograph
This Is tha autograph of Sarah Bern
hardt, written .by the great actress while
she was In Omaha thla week, and is proba
bly the only personal souvenir sha left
The autograph la m an album belonging
to Miss Anna Fell and waa procured as a
Mra. W. C. Bullard la III with typhoid
Mrs. Lee Herdman has returned from a
visit to Colorado Springs.
Miss Olive Carpenter left Wednesday for
Pine River, Minn., to remain about three
Mr. and Mra. William Patrick of Sioux
City, la., ara the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Bradshaw of Des Moines, la.,
will arrive Friday to ba the guest of Miss
Mrs. George M. Hill Of Pomona, Cal., Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tl.
Baldwin, 2429 Decatur street.
Miss Avllda Moore v returned yesterday
afternoon from Ames, la., where she
spent the week end at a house party.'
Mra. Howard Kirkpattick of Lincoln ar
rived thla afternoon to spend a few days
with Mr. and Mrs, Ourdon W. Wattles.
Maater Gordon Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Smith, who has been seriously
111 with pneumonia. Is slightly improved,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pish have a their
guest Miss Lucy Haywood of Lincoln, who
will spend the rest of tha week In tha city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleishman of San Fran
Cisco- arrived Monday to be the guests of
Mrs. C Livingstone and Mrs. M. 8. Miller.
Mra. A. Rice of Los Angeles spent the
early wart of tha week with Mrs. M. 8.
Miller. Mrs. Rice la on her way tef Eu
Miss Hatel'Hempel returned borne Tues
day from Ong, Neb., where she has been
principal of tha high school for tb last
Miss Ann Dennis returned today from
Chicago, where she has been spending Sev
eral weeks with her cousin, Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Lao Rosenthal and daughters. Miss
Louisa and Mis Orate, of Chicago, are
visiting Mrs. Rosenthal's parents, Mr. and
Mra. Charles Singer, on Twenty-fifth ave
nue. Tha departure of Mrs. Miller Borglum
end Miss Theodora Borglum for Mlnoqua,
Wis., haa been Indefinitely postponed.
Mrs. Borglum, mother of Miss Borglum,
I 111 as the result of a fall, but Is Improv
Miss Orena Moors of Des Moines, la., ar
rived' Tuesday to spend a month with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mra. E. W. Kerr,
at the Roland apartments, and to be maid
of honor at the Wllke-Drelbus wedding,
which will take place next week.
Dr. and Mrs. Horace T. Holden of Nor
folk, Neb., will arrive the first of the week
to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Richards until they take possesion of
thslr own home. Mrs. Holden waa for
merly Mis Maude Richards of this city.
were twenty-eight head of cattle in the
bunch and the .average weight was 760
pounds. The herd was bred and raised in
Pleasanton, Neb., by Z we I news Brothers.
The sal was mads through ths firm of
Donahue, Randall A Co.
Tralaer .Opposes Traasfer.
Mayor Trainor In an Interview Tuesday
morning said he was opposed to the trans
fer of the back tax and scavenger fund to
the fire and police fund. He admitted
that the deficit In tha police and fire fund
waa' more or less due to the Inopportune
appointment of extra policemen by the
board. The mayor said that he had been
opposed to an Increase of the police rorue
at the lm It waa made and that he was
unwilling now to be a party to the trans
fer of money to a fund depleted by unwise
and uncalled for Increase of the police
Recalling his objection to the street fair
prrposed by the Eagles the mayor ex
plained that hla action waa necessary In'
view of the limited number of policemen.
Even when the fore Was recruited to it
fulleat the mayor said hs had found it
necessary to appoint specials at the time
of the street fairs. He felt that under
the circumstances nothing remained tor
blm to do but refuse to grant the peti
tion of the Eaglea to bold a street fair.
Bay aa La Faet.
While out hunting in the vicinity ' of
Child- Point Tuesday 'afternoon William
Gillogly, a le-year-old boy of 21 North
Twenty-ftjlh etreot, shot himself through
the right foot with a a-caHber rifle. The
bullet passed clear through tha foot. Dr.
A. II. Koenig of South Omaha dressed the
Injur and sent the Injured huntsman te
Ma ale City Roasla. '
P-C.. Caldwell baa filed hie bond for
4l.w as city kilt hug contractor with Cltr
Clerk Frank Uood.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. White, 507 North
Twenty fuurtb street are rejoicing over
the advent of a new girl baby.
The women of the Methodist church will
hold a dinner at the Young Man s Christian
association building Thuitday noon.
'Phone Bell South M Independent F-t
for a case of Jetter Hold Top. Prompt de
livery to any part of city. William Jetter.
Fourleec carloads or rattle will be ship
ped from Houth Omaha to batlie this
afternoon. The shipment will be la charge
of C. J. Tex Reagan.
AunwuaflHut la suade that an Import
t am aiumol meeting wul be held at the
special favor for the granddaughter of the
lata Edward Roeeweter, founder of The
Bee, who In hla lifetime had known Bern
Tha signature Is In an album filled with
tha autographs of a large number of
world-famous people, oolleoted both 111 this
country and abroad.
For the Future
Tb Rod and Gun club will open Tuesday,
May 80. The" cafe will open Saturday
evening, May IT. Miss Carlisle of tha high
school will entertain sixty guests at dinner
on this data.
Mrs. C. Wesley Turner will entertain
eighteen members of Delta Garima soror
ity at an Informal tea Friday afternoon
for her guest, Miss Roma Love of Detroit,
Mich. Mr. and Mrs Turner will entertain
at dinner Monday evening for Mlaa Love.
Dinner will be followed by a theater party
at Ethel Berrymore' performance at the
The annual May party of the Knights of
Columbu haa been postponed from Thurs
day, May to, to Monday, May 29, when It
will take place at Chambers'.
Among the many social affaire planned
for Miss Delia Jacobson, whoa wedding
will take place the latter part of June,
will be a shower given . by Mis Corlnne
Samoeleon Saturday afternoon. May 27.
Miss Stella Jensen will entertain at lunch
eon at her home Thursday, June 1. for
Mis Jacobson, and Jane I Miss Lillian
Rosenswelg wMl give a shower. Miss
Helen Relpen wlU entertain at a matinee
party In boner of the bride-to-be Thursday
afternoon, June 4.
Miss Mabel Huntley will entertain at a
kenslngton Friday afternoon for her guest,
Mrs. Harry Bradshaw of Des Moines.
At the Country Club
-s ; '
Thursday Mr. A. J. Lave will entertain
at luncheon at the Country club for Madam
Mr. and Mr. Frank T. Hamilton will
entertain at dinner this evening at the
Country club for their guest. Madam
D'AquIa of Parts, France, sister of Mrs.
Hamilton. Thirty-five . guest will be
and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield will enter
tain at dinner this evening for Mr. Alice
Forepaugh of St Paul, Who is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. & Martin. Those
present will be:
Miss Lynn Curt I.
Mr. Earl Gannett.
Mr. J. E. Buckingham.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield. .
Middy Tlea Tee.
The stronsT voo-ue fo sailor effects i in
creasing tha demand for long, broad silk
The newest, called Middy ties, are wider
and half as long again a the regulation
Windsor tie. The favorite color in these
are red, navy blue and blue and white polka
high school Thursday evening. AU mem
bers are requeeted to be present.
South Omaha camp No. til. Woodmen of
the World, will meet Wednesday evening
at Twenty-fourth and M street. The de
gree team will do special work,
Mrs. Laura Glasgow, who haa been con
fined to t hospital for two weeks, fol
lowing a serious surgical operation, baa
returned to her home at 1306 North Twenty-fourth
Charles and Herbert Franek, who have
imuini me niees Military academy
at Macon, Mo., are home on their un,..
vacation which they will spend with their
pan-ma. air. ana sirs, jonn ranok.
The Ladles' Aid Boclety of St. Luke'
Lutheran church will meet at the home of
Mrs. A. Bekks. 614 North Twenty-second
street on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
Guesta are expected to bring needlee and
The e-monthe-old son of Thomas Koxlol
631 North Twenty-first street. liH
pifeumonla Tuesday morning. The funerar-1
win iase piaoe Wednesday morning at
I M o'clock at the resldenoe. Burial will
be in bt. Mary'a cemetery. ,
A meeting of the federation of the
Women s Christian TemDeranc union, ,.t
Omaha, South Omaha and Benson will be
new vveuneeaay arternoon at the Vouag
YYomen'a Christian association bulldlnar In
Omaha. All fcouth Omaha members are
asked to ba present.
tares Bara at Blair.
BLAIR, Neb.. May 24: (Special.) The
meat market of C. Hansen, and H. Peter
eon's barber Shop were destroyed by fire
at 2:1 thla morning, and are a total losa.
The meat market was Insured for 11,50
and the barber shop wss also Insured for
a email amount This la the second time
Mr. Hansen haa turned out, hla market
having burned three year age.
i Klevatar at Prewr,
HABTIKOB, Neb , Mar 24 (Special Tele
rrara.) Tts Co-Operallve elevator at Pros-
! ser. capacity TC.O08 bushels, owned by the
Verona Grain and Supply company, waa
destroyed last night by - fire of unknown
origin. The property loss Is 114,000; Insur
ance, fT.OOo. Onty 1. 00 bushels of grain wa
In th elevator.. It will be rebuilt
follows the first dose of Dr. King New
Life Pill, th painless regulators that
strengthen you. Guaranteed. 26o, For sale
by Beaton Crug Co.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ada.
Mrs. H. F. Shearer was hosteea at a
meeting; of the W. W. club today. Blx
teen guests were present
Mr. F. J. Jumper gave a luncheon for
Mrs. Laura Campbell of Humboldt, Neb.,
who Is visiting her daughter, Mr. L. J.
Mra. Lester Drishaus entertained at
luncheon at the Hotel Loyal Tuesday la
honor of Mr. T. H. Powell of Loa An
geles Cal., guest of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Hlne.
The Playsum Whist club met last even
ing at the hoyie of Miss June Younger, tie
North Twenty-fifth street The prise
were won by Miss Toungers, Miss Mildred
Hlldln, Mr. Clarence Hall and Mr. C. L.
Miss Lilian Fitch entertained Informally
at luncheon yesterday at the Delft Tea
rooms Miss Helen King, Mr. Dexter Car
son and Mr. John Loomls, who have the
three leading role In the "Monsieur Beau
calre" cast to be given by the Omaha
High school students.
Mrs. T.,ft. Cummlngs entertained at din
ner Tuesday evening at her home for
kadam D'AquIn of Paris, who la the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Frank Hamilton, and
Mr. Hamilton. Those present were:
Mr. and Mra. Frank Hamilton.
Mr. and Mr. Fred Hamilton.
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Hamilton.
Mrs. T. B. Cummlngs.
Miss Stella Hamilton.
Miss Marlon Hamilton.
Master Raphael Hamilton.
Maater Charles Hamilton.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mra. T. R. Allen, 8413 Parker street. In
honor of the birthday of Mr. Allen. Card
were the principal amusement of the even
ing and Mies Edith Rustln and Mr. A.
Ewell were the prise winners. Those pres
Nellie Smith, Gertrude Lanhon,
Anna Barta, Mary Cass.
Edith Austin, Minnie Hoffman,
Many ON ell, Hllma Dolqueat,
Glenna Bile. Harriet Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Allan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kwell.
Mr. and Mra. A. N. Hanson. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mlckklesen.
Mrs. Bamuel Burns, jr., entertained the
Original Cooking club at her home today.
Those present were Mr. Ward Burgess,
Mra. Charles Kountse, Mrs. Luther
Kountae, Mr. William B. Poppleton, Mrs.
Herbert Wbeeler. Mr. Mosher Colpetser,
Mrs. Joseph Barker, Mr. J. T. . Stewart,
2d; Mr. George Prlnx, Mra. Bamuel
Th young women of the club Cave a
miscellaneous shower for Miss June
Youngers, who is to be a June bride. The
club members present were:
June Younger. Mildred Hildun.
Ine Beselln. Frances Ppare.
Florence Dooley. Dorothy Bigelow.
Jennie Mole. Carrie Blerman.
W. U. Blkckburn. W. D. Craighead.
C. L. Moore. , George Durman.
Ed Durman. . Otto Nielsen.
Art Thatcher. Guy Snow.
Clarence Hall. '-...
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thatcher.
Mra. ES. C. Gates entertained at a bridge
luncheon In honor of her guest, Mrs. John
Keiley of Walla Walla, Wash., and Mis
Bonnie Taimage, whose wedding to Denton
Dresner will take place the latter part of
June. Those present were:
Frank Slaubaugh. II. D. Luckert
E. A. Rose. Harold Allemen.
W. C. Lambert O. Bterricker.
John Grant Kelly. Al Dreaher.
Howard Herman. earn Dresher.
Earl Brown. ' Ralph Hall.
I. Bateman. Neola la. -
Al Hunter. Smith.
George Jones. J. Y. McLaughlin.
W. W. Fisher. T. F. Btrowd. .
Misses Misses '
Bonnie Talrhage. Winifred. Co, )
May Kenworthy. Waterloo, W
At the Field Club
Dr. W. O. Bridges wilt entertain a party
of fourteen this evening at dinner. Mr.
W. R. Murphy will have eighteen guests.
Captain and Mr. W. T. Wilder will en
tertain thirty guesta at dinner Saturday
evening for Major and Mr. H. M. Lord.
Those who have made reservations for
midweek dinner Vartles at the Field club
Wednesday evening are: F. J. Harrington,
who will entertain ten guesta; J. H. Con
rad, eight; Fred Kern, six; R. R. Ralney,
five; C. C. Rosewater, eight; H. J. PenfoJd,
seven; T. Linderman. four; A. E. Plage,
four; F. H. Hartman. four; R. B. -Bunder-land,
seven; Dr. F. 8. Owen, four.
This is the Electric
a day of Comfort instead
It appeals to every housewife because it saves
abor and perspiration.
It does the work right.
Costs very little to operate
Telephone Douglas 10C2
have one sent to you for 30
Omaha Electric Light
and Power Co.
Twre Ossaha Iaatltatleas Caaaet Pro
ceed Farther New ' la Neotla
tlea for raloa la "Omaha
The movement for uniting Bellevue col
lege and the University of Omaha In an
"Omaha University" came to an abrupt
end Tuesday night when Bellevue refused
to accede to the suggestions of a Joint
Committee which has been for several
months considering the plan, because It
would separate the school from the Free- I
The trustee of th University of Omaha
met In the court room of Judge Kennedy
and decided after hearing tha report of
tha committee to acquleece and favor the
union. Bellevue college authorities met
at the Young Men'e Christian association
and decided unanimously to decline.
The joint committee reported a plan of
three propositions: First, that the institu
tion should be nonsectarisn and known a
"Omaha University j" second, that the
asset of th two school should be merged,
and, third, that the claaae should be eon
ducted under one faculty control, but hava
the different campuses now In use.
Thl report was signed by O. W. Wattle.
C. M. Wllhelm, II. E. Maxwell. C. F. Mo
Grew and J. D. Haskell for Bellevue and
by Howard Kennedy, O. C, Redlck, W. V.
Ilayward, J. F. Flack and Paul Kuhn for
. The objections of Bellevue to the plans
were largely founded upon the necessity
under the plan for severing relation with
the Presbyterian church more completely
than ha been don by th Presbyterian
As waa stated by Dr. 8., W. Btookey,
president of Bellevue, "the college was
founded by the Presbyterian church thirty
year ago and In a way belong to It."
No less potent In th decision wa th fact
that Complete Separation from the church
would mean a direct financial losa to the
Saye Negotiations Not Eaded.
r. D. K. Jenkins, president of the Uni
versity of Omaha, when told that th Belle
vue board had declined the proposal of
the Joint committee, did not subscribe te
the opinion that the negotiatlona were
"The committee was appointed at the
suggestion of Bellevue," said Dr. Jenkins,
"and the suggestion' of Dr. Robert Mc
Kensie of the Presbyterian educational
board. Tha university haa acquiesced In
every change desired by Bellevue and
Would have taken up thle proposition. In
the meantime the university Is going ahead
with lta enterprise. The new gymnasium
I about finished and commencement exer
cise will be held In It"
The committee were not formally dis
missed and further negotiations are a
possibility on either side.
Mrs. Jab. a
DBS MOINES. Is,, May 24.-Speclal Tele
gram.) The body of Mrs. John Rose, who
died suddenly at a local hospital yester
day, waa sent to Omaha today. Mr.' Roe
end her husband had been at the Klrkwood
hotel for soma days, when she was taken
111 and went to a hospital. Bhe was ap
parently well and waa preparing to return
to Omaha when suddenly etricken with
THE PROPER WAY
, In speaking of the careless way In which
most women care for their hair, Mrs. Mae
Maxfyn, the noted authority, write a
follow In th Baltimore New. "The in
creasing baldness of women with ao
eotnpenytng scalp trouble I becoming
alarming. Short, thin, dull, faded, brittle,
falling, atreaky hair la ve.-y common. Few
seem to realise that theie trouble are
often caueed by the alkali In the soap
used, for shampooing. It Is too strong for
th hair and eata the very I f out It
"The only safe, reliable sham,oo I know
of is perhaps the least expensive. It la
made by dissolving a teeapoonfus of can,
throx In a cup of hot water. No other
shampoo lathers so well, cleanjes so
thoroughly or will remove dirt an dan
druff as satisfactorily. It la the .tnest
thing I have ever found for making -fie
half soft fluffy and luBtrous. If women
would use this plendtd shampoo exclusive
ly, we would hear leee of hair and scalp
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sod Insert- only tor the purpose
of getting vo ee will be declared
void and nt cov qted.
Cssh must accompany each ad.
As The Bee runs Domeetto Kelp
and Situation Wente X all Tt ee, all
DESCRIPTION . OF THE BIG PRIZES. WHICH ONE
ARE YOU GOING AFTER ?
Vint prise Is a X.ndwlg Baby les.iad
Piano, value, 760 .
It Is a beautiful hfeh grade lnstrii
ment that wilt In lug joy and content-1
ment Into the home. An Instrument
you will be proud of all your life,
it Is worth any ctfort you migiil
niaks to get It. To those who have
a inuaicat eduoatlon It offers the
highest Quality In the maker s art To
those beginning their musical educa
tion It oilers a broader scops for
their ambition. This Baby l.udwlg
nay bs seen at auy time at Hay dsn
liros., piano department
econd and Third Prises, $140
Each la a graduation scholarship
course In the Omaha Commercial Col
lege, comprising complete course in
businese, shorthand, special banking
preparatory coursef, principles of
agriculture, business agriculture and
TiiMe pria.es offer an education to
the winners, and starts them in Ufa
with the necessary knowledge to
meke their efforts In the business
world a succes.
The msnageinent of the Omaha
Commercial College, Nineteenth and
Karuaui streets, v. HI be glad to dis
cuss any point relative to the scholar
ship at any time.
routa Prise. HOO
Either ladles' or gentlemen's solid
gold case watch with T. Combs A
Co.' special movement. Selection
left with winner. This beautiful time
piece la one that snyone would b
proud of. It will satisfy someone's
desire to ewn a aolld gold high-grade
vtatch. Thla watch may be seen In
the window of T. L. Combs at Co.,
1420 Douglas street
Plfta and Sixth Prises, ISO Xaob
Two ladies' suits, to be made to
measure In any etjrle end material
If you hav not been nominated, have someone fill out the blank
at the top of this column. Thla blank count a tea vote, only on
blank counted to each contestant.
Start right now Be an "Ad-Getter."
Addreea all Inquire and requesta for Information to Bee Want
Tad, Kdltnr, care Omaha Bee.
9. T. D. Coat Oat UaeW.
Shirts sad Kaa Lenatbj
Drawara, SOc. 7 So, tlM
contestant are obliged to take ouch
ads with the same courtesy aa a
fald ad. Domestic help and altua
lon wanted ada cannot be counted
No entry fee I charged. The re
ceipt by The Hee Wsnt Tad Editor
of a nomination blank, properly
filled out. constitutes sufficient
entry, and counts ss ten votes for
ths candidate. Only one nominat
ing blank will be counted for eaoh
Receipt books will be furnished
all contestants -in application.
Tha Ad-Oetter contest will close
Saturday evening. August It, at t
P. m. .
Tha atandlna- of tha contestants
naill be announced weekly.
I tie contest is limited to the fol
lowing territory: Nebraska. Wyo
ming, Iowa and South Dakota.
which may be choeen. (Style, fit,
workmanship and quality fully guar,
These suite win be made by the
Novelty fckl-t Company, wfto have a
reputation for turning out only, high
Oooda and methods of tailoring
may be Inspected at any tlm at the
shops of the Novelty bklrt I'ompan",
Jlt-21 North Sixteenth street
, Seventh ana Xig-fcU Prises, ISO
Two National Pace Follower Special
Bicycles, lull model, for boy or girl.
The bicycle fad Is growing In popu
larity each. day. It 1 a recreation
that affords a healthy exercise com
bined with the pleaeure of paying
visits to piece, which were out of
your reach before.
These bicycles are on exhibition at
the store of the Omaha bicycle Com
pany, biaweniu and Chicago etreeis.
TlatU and Tenth Prises, 913 Each
Two full memberships to ths Young
Women's Christian assoclstion for
one year. Including the gynusslunt
and choice Of the educational rlaaxea.
Every young woman should be'ong
to the Toung Women's Christian as
sociation. Its elevating Influence !
felt the world over. These prizes will
appeal to those who wish a oiace to
spend an enjoyable hour downtown.
Eleventh and Twelfth Prises, fit
Two full memberships In ths Young
Men's Christian association for one
year, comprizing all the membership
privileges, Including the gymnasium
and swimming pool. These nrisee eie
uplifting and elevating tc I .Ind and
bouy ami snouiu o eagerly aougnt
after by those who wish to make a
Dlace for themselvea in tha world.
Visitors are always welcome at I'
Young Men' Christian association.
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