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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1911)
tiik nr.:: omaha, Monday, septkmhek r, imr.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Board Demand School Money from
ANNEXATION FACTION IS ACTIVE
lllah fcrliaol Mlaaettla nlrala
f.riud Kamlllea Said to II 1
vnltert In Ileal rartloai (
In accord with the law reiiilrtng lhat
II money pertaining to the school dl
trlcl hll be turned nvar In Ilia evhAol
board, Hecrrtary ( the Hoard James f,
.ulllvan yealerrtay dlapal. hi-d a IMIer t
I'lillca Judge Jama J fallaiytn and the
rnunty treasurer, asking fr all money
In their puaaeaalon belonging to tha school
rtimrlrt, Tlia retiiry ' Inllrr alao asks
I liit I Ilia police Juilg hem eforwarrt make
niiltriiilf(l Hat of Ilia rase tried and tha
tltii-a Impoaed and uollerled In rah rase.
Jurinn Callahan haa horn making
blanket report to tha ell y traaaiirrr. Tha
blanket aport merely specified tha
nmnlitr of caae tried during the month
anil their ganaral dlapoaltlmi , without
Itemising Hi" t a In particular and lha
fine InuxiaitJ In each raaa. It la under,
aliioil Dial tha Irtter of Hecretury Hulll
van wa drawn up tiy A. ('. I'ancoeat, at
torney for Ilia achool hoard.
Judge I'Hllnnan aald that tha report
aa niailn ly Mm now n In accord with
jirnd-nt and that lia would adhere to
lha anitia Hint hud. Ila aald ha had been
tnaklna almllar reports for tha laat four
year and would continue la do ao. Ila
flrnlnd iliat tha at'hool hoard had any
)urlai1lrtlnn ovtr lilni.
,"l will riot make an Itemised report."
aald lie, "and Ilia hoard cannot forca Ita
In do ao, In any taee," ha continued, "I
luinjn more money than any other pollr
Jiiita Infill me,"
Aauraaflnn t'aellan flaa.
Tomorrow iitaht tlia anneiatlonlata will
hold a mealing In thn office of M unlock
ft l'nnroat In complete the work of
organisation begun Friday night. Already
a chairman, iecretary and eaeuutlva com.
itlte hate heeii appointed, hut tha
namea have hern withheld unlll later.
v At I lie mrniinK Friday night a nuai
her of petition were exhibited ahowlna
that nature tu the number of JUO or 00
had already hern ohlalned.
The polit y of the anuexatloiilala la to
have a petition with J.owi or more namea.
Tlila will ohvlale any dnnaer of whole
aaln rejection on Ihe part of city officiate
who will revive Ihe llxt before certifying
It tn the county commlealonera.
While deferring lha announcement of
(heir plana unlll later, H waa understood
from a mouther that Houth Omaha, In
the event of annexation, will aak for two
of the aeven commlealonera that are to
govern (Irculer Omaha, It waa pointed
out that Hum It Omaha waa cloeely affili
ated wllh all that aecllon of Omaha aouth
of leavnwoith alreel, At preaant nearly
all the off irehotilera In Omaha are aald
to lie north of l.-v en worth atreet, After
the union thla auction of the city. It la
argued, would really aupply two men
whit would he aa lulcrealed In the Leaven.
Worth tllatrlct aa any In Omaha,
The movement la eald to he non-partl-an,
Mwdenfa I wdpr J' I re.
Truant Officer I'aul Maoauley, Superln
lendenl tlmnt, N. M. Orahain and I'rlnct
pl K, Cummtniia are up In arma against
the niallcloua dralructlon of property and
general ntanlfeetntloua of vandalism that
take place ntahtly in Ihe neighborhood of
the high echool. According to tha avhool
offh'lala, a number of Kya, aom of whom
are an Id to be atudenla of the echool and
ivtemhera of prominent famlllea, dlaturb
the. mualcat aeaneea of tha high achool
orchratr held In Ihe building ever Krl-
lay nluhl. Iitrly Ihe hoya are ald lo
have turnei tholr atlenilon lo the riv
al r union of ai hool property. Trldav nlghl
lha i lima i-ame when tha young vandala
endi-avored lo force Iholr way Into tha
building while tha orrheatra waa prart .
Ing. ' Home of tha hat racka were over
turned and damage.
I lark ttnaiia Malrarra.
Muree Clark, charged with keeping a
dlaordarly hnuaa at Twentieth and L
al recta, yralerday waa aentnnced to thirty
daya In lha county Jail ty rollra Judge
Jamra (.'allanan. At tha aame time Henry
May, who waa taken In tha hotiaa of tha
woman, received a aentenc of fifteen
daya. The tratlmony ahowed thai lha
woman had given wlna to Mra. Millie
llarton and Vlrgla Marka and afterwarda
Introduced Ihem to rtogro men. Tha
llarton woman la only It yeara old.
( aadldatea al Meeting.
A meeting of randldalea for county
nfflcea waa held at Labor temple laat
night, at which electlona and methoda for
aei urlng cleaner pollllca were dlacoaed.
Jerry Howard waa chairman. The apeak
era were. Willie K. HerJ of Madlaon,
Oacar J. I'lckard, William I'. Lynch. T.
J. O't'onnm, l-eo Hoffman, T. J. Klynn,
Kmll Kndrea, K. J. McHhune, Tom Win
ter, Charlea Ilaffke, It. W. I'atrlrk, John
II. Oruffinan and llnorge Cooper.
Mnila t'llr Ooal.
Low prloea on good atovea. Horn FurnU
Mra. ileorge Ttarclay and aon are vlalt
Ing al Kalrflrld.
Mle llarbara Andrewa la enjoying a
vacation at Ilea Molnea, lo.
Hargivlna MmaJI and large traota of land
hear city llmlta. A. W. Jonea.
Mlii llulh Lawrty entertained yeeter
diiy afternoon at Happy Hollow,
Mtaa llortenaa ICada haa returned from
a eighteen liioutha' vlalt In Idaho.
Kor aale, lurga heating atove, cheap,
quick. Apply Ilea Office, Houth Omaha.
Mra. A. IV Majora entertained Mra.
Mettleton of Ireu, Neh., the flint of tha
Mra II, V. We.tgewood of Knld, OKI.,
waa the gueat of Mra. A. II. Murdock
Friday evening a eurprlee party waa
given to Lloydo Went, MO North His
Mra. Itay Ourlavaon. "IS North Twenty,
arcond Ntrwet. I entertaining her alater,
Mlaa Hravo of Holdrege.
Mra. Uertha Cluik will leave tomorrow
for St. Louie, where aha will attend the
convention of the I'. K. O.
Mlaa Mnrlorle Howell of Omaha and
Mr. Karl Hage were Monday gueata at the
home of Kannle Oavleun tage.
The Woodnten of the World will enter
tain their frjentta at the Heeae theater on
Tueadny evening. Hrptemher J.
For rent, for atore of office. C N. 4th;
gonil location for any hualneaa, reaaonahle.
Apply I'ee Office, Hmith Onmha,
MUa Ituth Kelley apralned her ankle
at the Ha c red Heart academy yeaterilay
afternoon and had to be taken home.
Coal, money talka, S,Oof lha. Cherokee
Nut coal, H. Hiieclal price, act quick,
Itroadwell. ltoberta Co., Thane .
The dinner given by the Women'
ocli'ty of the Klret Ilaptlet church laat
Thuraday evening waa a great aucceea.
HOT Cherokee COAL now, HOW. R. II.
llowland Lumber Co., M? N. SMth Ht
I'hone Ho u til 7; Independent P-lNtt.
'I'hone Hell Houth a-lndependent K
isut for a cane of Jetter (lolit Top. Trompt
delivery to ny part of city, William
Tha Ijidlea' Aid aoclety of the rreaby.
terlan church will aerve a rtoomlay lunch
eon at tha church on Wrdneaday, Septem
Mr. and Mra. Itei trend Rchwarta and
baby are apendlng their vacation with her
parenta, Mr. and Mra. Grume W right, iltib
J atreet. .
Mr. and Mra-v A. J. Rankin have re
turned from their honeymoon and will
be at home to their frlenda at tH North
(tlx teenth, Omaha. I
The Kpworth league will give a farewell
artv In honor or Huaeelt Clark at hi
none at Twenty-fifth and It at reel a. Mr.
Clark will leave In a few day tor Lin
coln, where he will attend the atata unl
verelty, Mr, and Mra. Harry Marling returned
from their wedding trip Frldav evening
nd are at homo to their frlenda at !M4
Mlaa Ann Howlev waa the gueat of
honor al a bonne pariv given by Mlaa
Matilda Xilertn Haturday evening. Bep
tember at Weal 1'olnt.
T. It. Anderaon. a proaperoua farmer of
Oekalooea. la., and hla bride, are the
guenta, of rollra officer Hill Conigan, a
coiialn of Mr. Anderaon.
Tha Houth Omaha tlun club will hold It
cloalng meet today. The eiercleea will
begin at 10 M a m. A free lunch will he
aerved to the memhera and Vlalllng hoot
er. Mra. W. T1 Van Pant entertained Mr.
J. W. MrMllllan of Knnaa Cite at
dinner laat Hunday and will entertain Mr.
K. A. Van 8ant and family at dinner
Mr. J. Tatteraon and rt"hter Mlaa
Kather, were the gueata of Mr, and Mra.
Ilarclny during th week. The Patteraon
are returning to their home In Hanta
The Idlea' aoclety of prown Tark rtap
tlat church will be entertained Wednea
dny afternoon at 1 o'clock at tha home
of Mra. 10. Krwln, lOOJ North Twenty,
Mra. W. It. Hancock, aaMrted by
Meadamee W, II. Iloutt and A. 1).
Majora will entertain the Willing
Workera of tha ChrlBtUvn church -Thuraday
Huperlntendent K. r.odwell, formerly
counly eiiperlntendent of achool In IouK
laa county and now Biiperlntendent at
Heat rice, waa the gueat of Mr. and Mr.
N. M. Uraham laat Friday.
Fir Chief John McKale returned yeater
day afternoon from Milwaukee, where ha
attended the annual convention of Ameri
can fire chief. Mra. MrKale and Mr. J.
Hulett accompanied the chlof.
Mlaa Kdlth Inthrop, county eiiperln
tendent of Clay county, wii the gueat of
Mr. and Mra. N. M. Graham Thuraday.
Mlaa Iathrop, who I located at Clay tvn
ter, la the president it the Biata Teacher'
The women of the First Methodlat
church will give a tea next Thurmlay aft
ernoon at the home of Mr. J. Laverty,
MX! North Twrenty-alxth atreet. The an
nual election of offlcera will be held at
thla meeting and all member are ex
pected to attend.
Mlaa Kunlcn Knaor entertained In
honor cf Mr. and Mra. Martin Helllck of
Ottawa, la., at bridge. I'lace were ar
ranged for Mr. and Mra. Martin Helllck.
A. U. Hhotwelt. A. L. Lett. Jr. ; Harry
Trumbell, George Paddock. Homer O.
Hhea, Corby Hulla, Kred Towl, Mlaee
Julia Wlllard. Oraca Young. Hlanch
Cox, York. Neb.; Meaaere. A. Halatcad,
W. II. Clark, Bum Hume.
On Thurday evening. September a.
Mlaa Mabel Melcher. d'U K atreet. en
tertained at whlat. Mlaa Turner winning
flrat prla and Mlaa McOulloch winning
eecotuJ price. Th houae waa prettily
deoorft ted and a delightful luncheon wo
aerved. Cover were laid for the follow
ing gueat: Ml. 1. Harnett, Mlaa Cor
delia McCulloch, Mle Klla l'etcraon,
Mlaa lura Peteraon, Mlaa May McOonnld,
Mia Alice McDonald. Ml France Wll
lard, Mia France Tanner, Ml Kmpey,
Mia l.ti Kffle Ituane, Mlaa Muy Hhrvhy,
Mlaa Agnra Condon.
8outh Omaha lodge, No. (It!. Ancient Or
der of Vnlted Workmen, haa arranged
an extenelve program for next Tuesday
evening when they will preaent the pub
lic exhibition of Ihe ancient myatery of
Ihe degree of lloreod, which will be pr
aentrd In the proper continue and Initia
tory implement. With It will be pre
aenlrd a muelcal program on almllar In
atrumenta uaed during the ancient period.
B. A. Hcarlea of Omaha hae been eelccled
orator, who will explain the humorou
feature of the ancient fratertiltle. He
fieahuunta will be aerved.
Hev. K. A. Jordan, for never! years
paxtor of the ChrlHtlun church, left Fri
day evening for l-a llaipe, 1;., where he
haa accepted a new chaige. I'rlor to hla
departure the congrcutlon of the Chtia
tlun church extended a farewell reception
to llev. Mr. Jordan. At the reception there
were a number of eix-eche of regret, In
cluding one delivered by Itcv. Alfred
White, pastor of St. Martin Kplacopal
church. Hev. W. A. Hnldwin. secretary
of the BtHte Mlaelonnrv bourtl of the
ChrlMttan church, will fill the pulpit today.
While In th citv Hev. Mr. HitUlwIn will
be th guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Gra
ham. One of the moat enjoyable entertain
ment of the week waa an nrpheum party
on Thuraday afternoon, given by the de
feated team of the "New Century club"
to tha winning team. After the theater
a four-coutae luncheon waa served at the
Hrandela tea room. Those present were:
Meadamea W. It. Tajsg. II. lioyd. Oeorg,
I'urKa, A. It. Hcmkcy, U 1- Htrawtcker,
P. Poaker, Ptorm It F. Herlln. W. U
Conrov, J. w. Mulckrny. T C Mcpon
ald. V W. Miller, Henry Murphy. Wil
liam Phawgn W. M Oavla A. A. Oer
hard. James Hhean. . K. IcFarland, O.
Fnwrlght. IV Hmiua Charlea Itapp. M.
Welch, A. W. McOonald, Wlter Ik
and Jamep Fltxgerald.
to Men Who Are to
Help Receive Taf t
Invitation Itnve been sent out by the
committee having In charge th arrange
ment for President Taft' vlalt to Omaha
to over MO of the leading cltlxen of
Omaha to act on th reception committee.
Three will entitle the holder to a seat on
th platform at th Auditorium. The
Young Men' Christian association la
also completing arrangement for Ita part
of the progrrun. The Fort Crook band
will be at the Auditorium meeting, the
other music to consist of congregational
Inning. The rest of th program will
consist of prayer, the Introduction of th
prealdent and the address of th president.
URGES VALUE OF BATH ROOM
Ppend I.raa on Parlor, More em I.ar.
atnrjr Kqalpment, Say Dr.
YonnaT) Health C'ommlaaloner,
Ppend lees money In furnishing your
parlor and spend more In equipping your
This advice Is given Chlcagoans by Dr.
Q. V. Young, health commissioner. In the
weekly health bulletin. An attractive and
well-equipped bath roqm In every home,
according to Pr. Young, would prevent
much slcknesa and Buffering.
"If there la ono room In the home,
whrVh should be well furnished, that room
I the bath room," declared Dr. Young.
"If youhavo any money to spend, do
not put It Into expensive furniture for
tha parlor; epend It In bath room con
struction and furnishing.
"Tiled floors and wainscoting are non
absorbent, eaally kept clean, and In them
vermin can find no abiding place. The
attractive, well furnished bath room Is a
good habit former for tha children.
"Tha poorer classes of tha cities are
not unclean by nature, but because dur
ing their childhood they did not enjoy the
facilities of a good bath room, which
gave them a chance to keep clean."
A Fierce Attack
of malaria, liver derangement and kidney
trouble Is eaally cured by Klectrlo Hitter,
the guaranteed remedy. ROc. For sale by
Heaton Prug Co. ,
MAN CATCHES NEGRO WHO
STEALS WIFE'S P0CKETB00K
Henry Oliver, a negro of Kl North
Twentieth street, was arrested at 8:30
o'clock last night after having been
chased several block by A. 8. Pitkin, 913
North Twenty-rttth street, whose wire was
robbed of her handbas? by the negro at
Twenty-first and Cuming streets. Pitkin
and his wife and mother-in-law, Mra.
Julia Willis, were walking by Twenty
first and Cuming streets when the negro
came up from behind and grabbed Mrs.
Pitkin's handbag and ran. Pitkin over
took the negro at Eighteenth and Hurt
. I your husband cross? An irritable,
fault finding disposition la often due to a
disordered stomach. A man with good di
gestion la nearly always good-natured. A
great many have been permanently cured1
of stomach trouble by taking: Chamber
lain's Tablets. For sale by all dealer.
Notes and Gossip from Omaha's Suburban Neighbors
Tom MoOulie haa returned from a few
daya' stay in 8 Unix City, I.
William Olmated baa returned from a
hort Mlt In Wichita. Kan.
Mr Charlea Neer ha returned from a
few day' visit In Cook, Neb.
A o waa horn to Mr. and Mra. F. C.
Haver on Monday, September la,
Mr, and Mr Oordon Koih and children
have returned from a visit In 'IVkamah.
Mia Hora IVaxey haa returned home
frwm a, ton weeks stay In Wlngate, I ml.
Mr and Mra Harry lUlllnger of Ht,
I'aul. Neb., are Malting with friend In
Mlaa Minnie I5tc baa returned to, her
at In Cleveland, tV, after a few daya'
Mm William litre entertained about
tntv at a family dinner at her home
Hon were horn Ut week to Mr. and
Mra Kd Johneon. and Mr. and Mr. Hoy
tvdward Anen ol Cteaton. Neb., apent
11 week vUillitg at th home c4 III
ataier in iieneon, . i
Miwm Here.lv Hradley and Oykee
W aiH-nt the day laat 8ut0ay at (he
iwia weeu noma,
Mr. O ISnudavn and granddaughter
a..to4i Park apeul a few data In
l,lnv4i laat wevk,
Mtaa Kva Hrugeman of llenevn, and
. Mr Jantva O, Hett vl Klkba were war
riej vptember 14.
iva C. W. Km.i u i,iuih,i.i .
MlaeHUy at the MettuMlut btviaj 4
i f'vs-wi n nig nny
Mnv W. H HafTrl an.l ma,ilA,ui,i..
Mvare tiihemt, have firturnv4 t thr
in i lanwoouitt.
J A. Il..vt, William Hma, tWH Kan
if ihii aueoovM the enkra vui-
iwiim m vmMtita la a i we,
wise tvota mi khutver ha rturwe4 tx
bi b In Mawaoh. Ja, tt a
"'i n or ,ir aerey
miwh Madeline ll.rtvu ! tt.rv
W I s reiv4 tu4eta at the lkaha
w.Wv J"' M.Hlulee an4 daughter.
e-,,w rvtuiwMi itkvnie rrvw a tru
t Nw vrk tty u4 the eaat,
. Ye K',lsl Orw etrcle will bAU a
e aad wl Vwiitv at M4 r
wan en l vujr arvMovu.
Uw U t bay atatttker anvvtag
al.w. wfc.-a wut b iV
1 1 k . I . .... t a . . . A . k . k. . .
- . , if r air aivire.
Alt. 1, tl. Macn ruH i t
Nee., ht vwtt.x in tWs at lae bsvau
vl her Uhtrk Mrw. tvotvert Hrsvsui.
Kev. JKj Xlr Yft r CUrka. Vk.
aiieaia at Ike bvv-tv X Kt auj Vlr
Av4, dv4rmi the AlttVJti vn (rux
Mi V nbwtl. wwi-ty vwf tast,.
""J l swa t)eJ.v j,
V I v Ov n4 ij
M N; Hrt eeirtaht4 al Utxe.
wr at 111 r ll rtua bat uJU.v
, ! w wr UU r.-r
Mvw. Itl'.-.w.v 4 vMta City. la.. aa4
!. w Wa ter J.'.n 4 Taaite.,
U. veMa at tV Jrv a4
Yfc MvVaJ! UJW AU awKv win
we. at v awawa Mm. r. If. Tm
t twir artorwvKM wweai itv
oi, am.!, cJ..
X M K. Jt.-laaJ . Aw.Ww.-.
t4. IT(.U t t'-aUHMk I Se kM wf (
aavt t.'t jmkm w Mr. awi
Hi. CftatW Hc:Vev
M. J. C Mavaiia eatwrtas! at
w f.sr vm. W.-aoi aj al'-a
t . t Mna. MKi 4 ir.
awi V're. j. M.'.-y
l!s. et" aJ Itr WarwXa t X.
Oenoa. Ill,, where they wera called by I
the death of their mother.
Mra. J, T. Hogue and Mr. R. I Hob-
Inaon have returned frm Maraelllea, III..
where they were callel by the tunc and
death of Mra. Hogue'a slater.
Mr. William Hutler entartalned the
Henaon Kensington laat KiAtlav after-
niHin at a sewing be. All memper wr
preeeul and lunch waa aerved.
Th W. O. T. I', met lat Friday after-
noou at the home of Mr. Plcklnaon, Nua.
It. K. Una worth 1ml th meellng. which
wa of aclentifto wrdvr. Muto wa also
Mr M. P. Oould entertained at lunch
laat Wedneedav afternoon tn honor of
Mr. John Kurta of Minneapolis. About
twenty gueata from Henson and Omaha
Th Methodist church pulpit will be
filled thi morning by a aator from
away. Tht evening there will be no
r vie, ta g4ve all a chance lo attend
Trinity church wrvWea.
Mr. and Mnv Joaeph McOuIra enter
tamevi at dinner on Thursday evening
tor Mr. and Mr. J a me Anderson of
lienaon and Mr. and Mr. Andrew An
di of IVrllaud. Or. '
A number of th friend of Ml Helen
Jikineti gavw her a pleawwant urprte
laai week at her home, uaiuea and muatc
furnished th program of th evening
and refreshment were trv4.
Mi Helen Cartar gava a aurprtae
parly laat Wetlaeaxtay evening In honor
of her grandmother a birthday annlver
awry. Atvut tea gueat era preswnt
and a daintjr lunch wa r vwl.
Frank Hou and V. M. ' More
hav a lease o the new bulMiug going
tip on Mam teeet. erectoal by the Omaha
I timber and Coal eotujvany and will open
an uvltvdate grocery atnl meat roar let.
Mr, and Mrw. Wlaner and daug-aterav
Mia Iah-iU Wiener and Mr, Crnk CuU
vr, wre called lo Stuart, la., $undev by
Ihe death of Mr. W Uuver a rather. They
returuea Bsat tne ii en tn wvea.
Sk wr borw during th last week
ts Mr and Mr. M Haver, Mr. and
Mr. V, tl Kuvney of Iteneoa. Mr. aitd
Mr. rl McW tak lrvtuuvn Mr. Mc
Vive waa IsM-awerly Mtaa ln;i. A
dauthtvr wa bocu to Mr. aii Mra. tr
bvw.t, Mr. A. 1. Iteed entertained last Mon
day at her omm la honor of Mr. atfel Mm
Viesvrcw tUdwvll of Hollywood. Cal the
guisoi wr Mra J. ti Uuu, Mr. and
Mr F P Klravnaall. Mr an Mra .
Watttea of vJ. Mr. and Mrw
tidwl r ClevelanO, 0-5 Mr. and Mra.
A 1. Ue4.
Mr. CluarW HafTt. w hevstes t ti
ii wiwa cua iaa iaurjy anerttoon.
Mr. A. K Cuyter th enader o te
uVec, "Jtu F. ioier " Th ,!
tviag wui t-e oa nday tnted of
Trtur.taY vat a.voont vt Ali-jiar-lWa
prwd. Mr- K. A. 5fr.- oli )v.
pxtit a dlot to the tat eon
vitoa at HtMr , wutt Ma nr aa
M Nl Mil a4 Hearv k-hroaWIr.
Wth of tWvA. wr RMrrt4 al the
hoaee er Ken. Mr VaKtgw vt twaa. at
W o f'v npubr M. Yw rwriia vt
bMo , i& vatr aAjH, A
wdd eoMUfw4 w vtl at aova
t ta ru l tv vcBur a r
trKi waa ke a Mr a ad Mr7Vhe.
r w tr ar bvi k
:ret ami KeaaeOte atrenue.
Hear MvW Matt e twa . a
wt a vr
wte svira.-a Mt
Tv fyr jheT4
aa-i ar u tft Ijki at v i T .'. a ,h ... . .
t- Maw-w i.r au-x iT " e
aa atwfs M-.
W. j A f wa
tra I Rvm ta r.i
Mr. aa4 Mra
Mis I.lllle Madsen of Verdlgre la vis
iting her coualn, Klhel Hersklnd.
Mlaa Violet Johneon of tunaha was the
guest at the utllo home Monday.
Key. Or. Warren of Tekameh waa th
guest of Hev. G. Janssrn Thursday.
J. W. TaypUn of Trkamah wa
guest of Uev. II. Jauaaen Thursday.
The Koyal Neighbor gav a well at
tended ear J parly at their hall Tuesday
Mrs. Uecrg IMal and Clara lllant at
tended the American theater Thursday
Frank Oleaaon. who haa been visiting
hi mother at York Neb., returned to
lrof J, F. Mcl-ane ha purchaaed lot
I. blink t from W, B. Wall. Th con
sideration waa 11.&AK
Mr. V. K. PettU and Mr. K. U Plats
gueat of Mr. Henry Tyler of LK
Jam Park Tueeday,
Mia Fthel Bore-neon and Mtsa Chrla
tin Andereon, attended a (ucnlo at
Honey Creek rAaturday,
Alvlna tn rum haa purchased of the
Sterling l-aod company Kl IS, block Hu,
(or a conarderallon of MA
Or. and Mra. H, C. Smith returned
from aa eatendvd visit la Calif omU and
aiw visiting wun W. A. Wilson.
J. H. Krhttxlti. president of th Bank
of Florence, attended the banker' run
votkn at Omaha th firl of th week.
Ml Krtsl haa not been able to teach
thla week on account of a sever cold.
Mi Hancroft has been taking her place
Herman Kuhl aitende,! th fair at Sloui
City Mouday and Tueeday of tht week,
but did not ewhibtt hi iri-winning
O. M. lirotmarkl and Wal'ac 5prlr.gr
of Oniaha have bought the fruit farm of
W, 1. Cvby uorthweat of Ftorvnc. tor
tMlver IMnkens waa tiuit badlv in.lur4
the nrt (van of the week, having hi
co larboo and two rtta brvktrn Ui an ac
cident. Mr. and Mrw W. Th.vmat. who. left
Fhvrenc la May, I, to vi t relat'.v
In Catkad and Ktitnd. rvmrnej Tueeday-.
ecthuaiasiK' with what the) hid
Th Ladle' AM and Mlnalonarv
eovtvilaa wf the FKvre-vr Prtertn
ctjurvh, aiel at th h.vuie of Mr. M. C.
Co rtiwUt nnnon. Mr. Janx
Kidr4 wm t th, iK hoate.
H. . OUustesl. Jvhn 1.UWU, Corg
Mclr-KMV J K lrtM aud 1L I- Ptx
utad u a party to th Al mmiu lama
tkva Moo vein. Frank lru and
Carl larava e.Uo wr thervv
Th high rhvKs pupil nut pUnaxag to
give a upr iw ttt nr rutur tr
llv urt' of MtUrtng th M-hi futvd.
J !r ar aixoi tCauntug wmai of Iter
aftaU-a to tak pU.- during, the wutivr.
UtciusUim a c. p:y.
Marttst KWtohaaa, an ad evaa of FVvr
eac. wa rK-aai with prwita at Ff
'ek d Famarw stiwr. v.Uoaba. Mo.
ilaji aaonuivg. ti waa aK-vit t ip
a Hiwt car gofivg to th Ce-Va ta
to taa a tnua to Mitacat:. I to
vut tu v H wa tel u a
ry Aocor r?W wad lator. t has
kom. m rvttdttioM wa rard4 a
wva FriUy eaiii,
MoawUv vntn at Ik FWeeK- thea
ter. IX Hare Foot IVMtk ciuk
l4 n ooeM irfrt3 vt t smxw
kerotw a an-l atawj crowvl f pvct(n
burw ry pu .n t pia.,. T
Kr.- aasl wVfc Krve. " Ktk ef
wftKk WW wU aiiryrd. Tk rtuk
a ocu rcMMiiieai raaa tvr ik coaa.
wuMr aaJt w-0 io m tttu
tw t.'yta ariiow r'-w.
Fitwrr J-aaoi f 0t4ta, eag
swr e m Ch.vgo, jii 1)4.
Meawa4so Ocm. railway. w
eadiv kwrt Tkw--ur b fw iu off
krAgw toiyflvw ft t 14 grwaa4
r i -tt 4 t jr r a -r
tra'j, H k4 ruxwcg a
traction engine on the grade north of
Florence aud had left Jiis engine and
gone out on the bridge, when the train
came along forcing him to Jump or b
Th Florence Athletic club ball team
will play three game at the ball ground
Sunday. In th morning they will play
the Nonpar lei of Omaha and In the aft
ernoon the Managers of the Omaha
amateur leant, and the Clerks. The
Florence boy have won twent v-flva nut
of the thirty game they have played and
believe that they are entitled to the
championship ttr- the lS-year-old claaa of
In honor of George- McPhereon. Who
leave oon tor Chicago, a number of hi
friend met at the home of Hugh Sutti
to give him a farewell. Music, dancing
and refreshment made the evening pa.a
all too eiHut, but Mr. McPherson will
carry back to Chicago tha memory of hi
Florence friend. Thoe preterit were:
Messrs. Newoll Hurton. R M. Olmetead
J. H. Hrlsbln. John lubhld. U H. virif
flth. Henry Anderaon, W. H. Thomas,
Jam Strlbltng. IC A. Oolding. K. U
Plata. J a me fiuttle. Mr. and Mr. Hugh
Ouuie, Mr. and Mrs. Pulle. Karl Pull.
Mis Violet Johnson, Mlsa guttl and
Mlsa Margaret Sutue.
Sagging or Hanging
Cheeks and Chin
(From Women's Mngailne.)
Flahhlness of cheeks, chin or neck
haa been considered very difficult to
correct, until Mie recent discovery of a
veritable wonder-worker for such con
ditions. The preparation la so simple
snd harmless any woman can easily
maka and apply It It Is all tha more
remarkable tn that Its beneficial effects
are apparent even after the first appli
cation, both as to appearances and the
feeling of cantfort produced.
Th formula Is: Powdered saxollte,
1 os., dissolved 1n 1 pt. witch haael.
Vse dally as a wash lotion. The solu
tion tends io contract and solidify the
loosened, baggy tUstte, smoothing out
the folds, creases and wrinkles, besides
having a refining influence on skin of
coarse texture and large pores. As
witch hazel and saxollte can be had at
any drug store at little cost, many will
doubtless be glad to have this success
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bath $2.00 to 13.60. A Hotel lor
your Mother, Wife and Sister.
T. H. CLANCY, Pre.
JLDT AjrCSD TluDETIUS
BCai. Beary Day tila. Sewry aTITht :1S
Thl wek: "A Nlfht In a Turkish
Bath;' Uenaro and Bailey; Mile. L
Hier: Kenney. NotHHly an J Platt
8nytha and Harlnian; Clifford Walker;
llinion and Wooten; Klnodrome; Ur
pheuru Concert On-hestra.
NUM.... loo. tie, SOo, TSe
Matlnea, beat seata 154
t Cxrept Hollda)s eTaturday & Sunday)
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If you writo a letter to a prospective customer,
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Tlm things to bo considered are: 1st, Advertis
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of producing the letter. '
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a Rotary Xeostyle in your own office, your stenog
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ters at the rate of forty jvr minute, at k cost of
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process is so rapid or inexpensive.
Machines are made in three different models at three
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Ttie Omaha Lice's Great
Ho. 41 Monday, Eepten:ter 35, 1911.
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a book title not a arena or character. Catalogue containing 6,000 namti
on which all purzle picture are baaed the catalogue used by the contest
editor are for aale at tba Buainesa Office at The Bee for 26 cent; by mall.
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Baaibar ot tbalr familtaa. Sac J. ttr mmu-tm aaa, tbar vtll ka vblua4 la
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111 b a blank lor ka ceataatani u tU u ta Utla af tba beak.
Cut ut bath Ue elcter aa ta kia ak aa till la to aaa and aatkar et tk book
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Each pictai npr.w,u oalr ea ttum aaa boo. It 70m a aa ear et a tttla
aa vlab ta aend la mor. tbaa ace aaa rr te ark pinara, you mr o an. BIT KOT
alORB THAN t'lm AN SV. tHS TO INT ONK P1CTI RK WILb B PiRkUTTED. Ia
tome aaaevr 111 not b tuu4 aaaa coaiaataata if carrac anavar ta alao flvaa.
Hon tkaa ona tuwtr akou:4 ao b fl a tka aaaa tna Kxtra caosoaa abtMiM be
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aaaatn- ta tk ml Only 00 list atay be aattauiie by en ceatatfaa tkoach aay ilat aar
have civ answar to aach aauie.
Tb aambar ot coapona u. r i mwn gtna b plalaly wrlttra oa th U14e el
each 8ET nomtttr. bo a ot m nek latacmatMa aa tk vrapr.
Wbil ao aoaolatoi aocaaaary, tt ta oaairakl taal tba alctaroo bo14 '.a h eaaa
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oa ronpoo ar b obulnW at tk afflca ot Tko tn by aiail r I aroa.
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iVrtat or Bull tkom to Tho Osaha Be. ai mil ta Booktorw' Caotnt hVIUor. IMse
will b iniwt to tk roauataata andla la tk larcact aaaibar ol aarroct oalatloaa. la
r.nt ot Iw or ocw ftrwiai haiac tko aama aaakor tt corrart aalatlooa. tb oraoa
a.tnt tka anallar number ol -itra cuaoooa In hla aot af aaawor will b aaclare wlawar. la
arrot of two rona fcaTlaa tk am auabar cwrract aa as Is tko aamo aaaibor of
bona, (k porwa wkoa t ot aaawara ta east aaaily prapatwd. la tk oplnloa of tk fall
judging com initio, will reealT tko fin priie.
Only obo list ot answara atr ba o.bmttt4 by a coateaUat ar4 aaly eo aria will b
wan) to eo faailly at oa aadroaa
Tbo ua of tk coupon la not oMIftatory Poa th eootaataat, and aa aaaww taay ba
abmlttod lo any leflbl Bstnaor tha rontactaM may aaloc.
Awarda will b made strict It accordlo ta the avant of oach atvarat I lac.
Tha aata at mora thaa oa panoa mnat not bo wrtttsa poa anr oaa coapoa.
Tb wud will ba made by th Con laat Editor aad a aoouutta of woU-auoa cttl
stBL whoa aamoa will b anaoaacod latar.
.o coataat la limit to tbo tollowiB territory: Kehruka. WtobiIbc. that portion of
Iowa wal of but bo Including Oa Molaoa, aad that arc Oca ot eoutk Dakota know aa
tba Black Hill District.
FIRST PRIZE ygSo
lVTiite Steamer Automobile
A 5-passenger 1911 Model White Steamer Touring Car odorlea. amokeleas
and noiselesa. No cranking no at'-ifttna; of geara: any desired speed. Whits
8 learner sales Increase each succeeding year. Haa practically an endorsement
of th United States government, which own and operate more vtntt
Steamers than ail other cars combined. Richly upholstered, beautifully fin
ished, unlimited power, controlled speed. This oar will b sxaibltad, la Omaha
ilOnaaoidj, lttk aa4 Xaraay iru.
crrnxm pdtti? value
Uauvvni x iviXfaU 31,250
In tha soft, seml-troptc, climatic gone, extend
ing north from San Diego to Shasta County, Cali
fornia, lies Tehama county. In which la situated
this beautiful little 10-acr ranch near tha town
of Ked Bluff. This ts fruit land of a very high
order and is part of tha celebrated Lutheran col
ony which had Its Inception with an Omaha
clergyman. LJterature describing this property
may b seen at the office of TlOWIBDOUOb
TXB CO U tba City JUttoaal Bank Bonding-.
ajs an, .fT
TfflRD PRIZE 0U3
Tha magnlflcent. fancy walnut yitfT.T.
AVTO OBJkSTD TULnm-riAMQ which noth
ing can excel. No other player-piano haa In
the absolute the "human touch" ao desired by
a musical ear and so prised by th manufac
turers. Thl Instrument will b exhibited, ex
plained and QlaytM for anyone who wishes to
se It la tha ware rooms on the third floor of
THE BENNETT CO.
FOURTH PRIZE jgft pjs
Ralston Is to bo a manufacturing city. T.e
hav a fin start with the 1'rvwn Truck Lazx
ufacturing CVt.. the Rogers iKtor Car Cu.. and
U- Howard t(OT Works. Everything destr
abl to ounf.irtaM living mar t founl ttera.
On oc of ih mam liutiuM streets The B
has selected it fourth pru- a business ot
Hilt feet. an4 valued at SOTS.
FIFTn PRIZE, Value $225
la th aatne town and with th aur.e prospect of advancement. Tha Beat
has aelected a reaivieace lot l2e ft. tni u iJ at 111).
KA.'.oa is va tn oc!y latrucn ir . tr Ua n.atu- oat of Omaha and
wttfcta forty nunitri cf ihe ur a potot:loe.
Oort'Vt Ii f .-rr ir!.o N:jt iM rr-wrty at !? off'.ca of til KUJTOI
TOVVSTTB OOKraUrT. ao owth ITU SI. Oavaha.
Moirra OffVc Sarf4ia
ItHla sawj riM (Ms.
Trtryhoaaea 124; laj.
SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH PRIZES
Th'.s iBgeaicxis encyclopeaia. which 1 a derelop
D'.en: racier tr.an lnventwa. tx t.Ja its coi-e.-iav-e
the iu of lnuodrtls of e.'. : t o r mea
taUy eiuif f-i to mAJae on of the grAiet ncy-ci.af-'.A
eror cniri:-l On of tr. St roc ; cat
rwmir.n.lattoB for t6'. or ! that It la frot
t-e ? of i- t;ii'j c!t r.o -a of TBO.
BBX.SOB ft SOBS, of Bv Tork. Uaaea. Xraalxa
. , aaiuirfi, tcxa waj r 'ili.l.l la 1 . I.
Ta!) ocTc!oeijTa ef twe.e iuts. which ts aiu. al l a . may
b aaxsi at tA Ot&aa offtc of W. A. KixaaVaagh ft Ca, lt!4 gt. BLarya An,
NINTH AND TENTH PRIZES
Teww ert rvaaUt ef twnty-fr velum cloth boj4 sots of tha "Bora;
e Kow aa o:'1ouia blJ K-:.y tor ttiilitcn ao.1 wi,4 at ti
a aet. T6i w t wrttta la ati- UaTUAj od la a "woadar buea" la
tn-i tt iut neap.; a.l kaoalelia cv-.4rv to crval Tuar ara
hmaJrwJi ef v:orwd ;U.I aea iinaunii ta b: n-i wtl'o Ttis L a ri.y
i"?wJ "-.-jkjf. "a. t-'r jilt-a. -.l my b a at tha Oasalva.
FORTY-FIVE CASH PRIZES
Fire Prizes of $10. Tea Prizes of $3.
Twenty Prises of $1.
Ten Prizes of $2.
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