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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Boot Srlnt l.
Efryttan Chocolates Oe, Myers-Dillon
Oka, Else. lztures. Bnr?esa-(rrar.dau
Xeep Tour Honey and Valnablea In the
American 8afP Deposit vault In The
r-nlldlng. l;o. rent for 3 per year.
SapsbUaan Committee to Meet The
republican Mate committee will m-ci
Tuesday night at g o'clock at licnd
1'iarters at the Millard hotel.
Hawaiian at tha Borne One of the
f- features of the Ijnd Show, the
Hawaiian quintet, will he seen at the
Hotel Rome all this weel;.
Jewish Charities to Meet The Amo
citei Jewish Cliaru.es will hold their
annual huslneps meeting Sunday at IP
a. m. at tha Chevra Wnel Israel syna
gogue. Bnmtnar Ue Wednesday The Wo
man's auxiliary of All Saints' church will
hold a rummage utile at H21 Potith
Twenty-fourth street TVednosday, No
rgeant Ordered Wast Serpeant
Wesley J. Billings of the Flgnel corps at
Fort Omaha has been ordered to the com
manding officer at the rrealdlo. Pan
Francisco, upon his re-enllstment.
Aaetraila Baturna Arthur Beatty- of
Perth, -West Australia, who during the
Lrfind Show was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. C W. DeLamatre, 184 Fpencer
street, ha left for Sandusky, O., his
former home, for a visit, before returning
Cltlaeas' Union Want Money The
Citizens' union has issued a public appeal
for money, although It originally assured
every one there would be no hat passing.
The executive committee asks for con
tributions In amounts up to $3 with
checks payable to Charles Harding, treas
urer. Leaves rilling Sewers Trouble Is
coming In bunches for city Street Com
missioner I'lynn, for he lias not only to
battle continuously with flocks and regi
ments of leaves which litter tip the
streets, but he also finds it hard to keep
them from filling the sewers. An army
of "white wings" are working throughout
the city in an attempt to clean up the
streets, but the battle la a hard one, says
Tourist Sleeper Continued The suc
cess of the Burlington-Santa Fe tourist
sleeper that were run to Los Angeles
during tha recent colonist period has re
sulted in a permanent weekly arrange
ment of through tourist sleepers from
Omaha to Los Angeles. These tourist
Sleeper excursions will be In charge of
special conductors. The first through
sleeper will leave Omaha Tuesday night,
November 7, and each Tuesday there
after. Conuneroial Deleratae Bamed Mayor
Tames C. Dahlman has appointed a com
mittee of prominent men to represent
Omaha at the Transmtsslsslppi Com
mercial congress to Vi held In Kansas
City November 14 to 17. The following
name were announced at the mayor's
office Saturday: G. W. Wattles, Luther
Drake, Luther Kountie, A. J. Love, W.
IT. Bucholx, II. T. Clarke, "William Glass,
Gould Diet. T. C. Byrne and A. C.
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
Imputed to Demos
in Jail Bid Matter
Charges that two of the five bids for
lail work, on the new county building
were mere dummies and that the demo
cratic members of the Board of County
Commissioners have an ulterior motive In
refusing to readvartlae for bids were
made by Commissioner Lynch In Satur
day morning's meeting of the commis
sioners. Commissioners Bedford and
Klsasser said they did not believe the
board should read vert ise. Commission
ers Plckard and O'Connor wanted to
postpone consideration of the matter un
til next Friday. Postponement was de
Three weeks ago the bids were re
ceived. Two were In the neighborhood
ot 10,000, a figure so far above what the
board can spend on the jail as to ex
clude them from consideration. The re
maining bids were the Van Dorn Iron
company, $59,000; the Pauley Jail Build
ing company, JSl.Sno, and the Stewart
Jail company,' $50,000. The Stewart com
pany practically has been eliminated
rrom consideration and only two are left.
When the bids were opened Mr. Lynch
asked that the board readvertlKf. but the
other members would not act ana wanted
to put the matter off. Time after time
It has been postponed.
"I think there are more than two jail
concerns in the United States that would
like to bid on a job like this," said Mr.
Lynch. "It looks to me as if this re
fusal to take the matter up Is simply a
ncheme to put It off until after election,
to Mr. Plckard can retain the support
of Caldwell & Drake and not offend any
one else. If he should be re-elected I
luppos the thing will be disposed of in
hort order to the liking of certain mem
bers of this board and certain others that
School Board Gets
Good Scoring from
Miller Park Club
At the meeting of "The Prettiest Mile
:.ub" Friday evening the Board of Edu
latlon came In for strong censure for
. neglecting to provide suitable facilities
for the school children In the vicinity of
It wan said that 170,000 Had been voted
fur a school for Miller park; that it hud
not ben built, and that the children
had to attend school in other districts
and In dilapidated store building. It was
"That the exlmlng conditions are un
bearable and unnecessary, particularly In
view of the fact that the lioard of Edu
cation made strong argument on the
necessity of voting bonds for the imme
diate construction of schools, making
particular isue In the Miller park dis
trict of the necessity fur the Immediate
construction of the Miller park school,
and as this money was voted and ha
iieen available for the last year, without
the-school board having taken nieaiures
(or the relief of these conditions."
City Engineer Craig explained the
plana for new sewtrs in the north end
tf tha city.
Committees were appoints to look
fter the matter of securing better llght
aay lines, the macadamising of Florence
!ng facilities, tha extension of street loll-l-oulevard
and the beautifying of the din
'.riot in which the club is Inlere-ted. by
uniform landscape gardening.
Activities of the Week at Various
COMPLAINT JGAINST VENO
State Board of Health Hears of the
PROSECUTION THE USUAL THING
Tlie Her Would I.Ike to Hear
from Persons Who Have Item
Treated by "Mnrirliun
Complaint against "Dr." Veno, alias
Mayo, alias Hot Springs doctors, hap been
made to the offirc of the State Hoard of
Health nt Lincoln. It Is stated thut
Veno Is practicing In Oninlm without a
certificate, or at least. If ho has u certi
ficate, it is not registered nt the court
house In accordance with law.
It Is the usual procedure of the hoard
In such , cases, after investigation, to
causo the county attorney of the county
In which the unregistered doctor Is op
erating, to prosecute him. The penalty
that may be Imposed by a court Is JJ0
to $300 fine for each offense.
The discovery that Veno and Mayo are
the same will be Interesting to certain
advertising agencies that have been
looking for Mayo for some time.
The Bee would like to hear from per
sons who have been treated by Veno,
either under his present name or any
other which he has operated, and who
have paid Veno largo sums without
getting any benefit. Their natnrsvlll be
held confidential. If desired.
"NO NOTRIG'S" GUESTS
OF MISS BLANCH BUSK
The "No Notrlg,"a club of girls of the
Junior class of tho Omaha High school,
were entertained Friday afternoon at the
home of Blanch Busk. The Club's colors,
lavender and gray, were prominent among
tha decorations. The following members
Luclle Dennis. Dorothy Waller, Doris
Duncan, Gertrude Aiken, Helen Garvin,
Etta Medlar, Manna Kopald, Kllzabeth
Flnley, Helen Johnson. Blanch Busk.
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EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK
Triumph of Women Teachers In
New rk torsrll Sa tittle
ftlailrnjt Hales Against
The ftrt mouth's work Is finished at
the Nebraska Military academy and re
ports sent to parents show that the boys
have not let their sports Interfere with
the quality of their reHUlar work. Ath
letics, nf course, are at fever heat, mid
Captain Collins and his foot ball teams
are being heard from right and left. Al
ready the first team has played David
City. Columbus, Temple High, Wrsleyan
academy and several practice games.
They have yet to play tettirn games with
the same schools and with Ashland, Falr
Intrj Cottier academy, Lincoln academy.
Lincoln High and the Kearney Military
academy. The recond and third tennis
also have good schedules.
The orchestra and band are making
good progress under the training of Cap
tain llolllnshead and soon will he ready
for active service. The delmtlng club,
directed by Captain Bishop, Is organized
and getting ready for the stale contest.
The dramatic club also Is at work and
will give Its first entertainment some
time tli la week.
Among tho out-of-town visitors last
week were Oould Diets of Omaha.
Mrs. A. Carlson of Dannohrog and Dr.
Jamison of Sioux City, la., who gave n
lecture Wednesday evening before the
faculty and endets.
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Art t'lnli Cilves Annnnl lleeeptloii to
Faculty anil Other (,nnl,
The Peru Normal Art club tendered
it annual reception to the members
of tlic state normal faculty and
other guests last Saturday evenlntr. tine
of the pleasing features of the entertain
ment was the series of poses by student
young women, each representing n well
known piece of statuary. Kspeclal credit
Is due to Miss Nulls, Miss Kills and
Mrs. Duncanson for the success of these
Chancellor Ochager of Cotner
verslty gave a forceful address at
Monday morning convocation of
dents on the subject of "Bower."
chancellor is an exemplar of that
which ho speaks.
T. K. Hall of Pasadena. Cal., is spend
ing a few days In I'eru, the guest of his
brother-in-law, Prof. C. F. Beck.
President Hayes spent Thursday In Lin
coln on business In connection with the
securing of supplies for the art depart
ment. The Bcereatlon club of the men of the
faculty has Just been revived and will
hold Its meetings regularly on Tuesday
nights. On Wednesday night the women
of the faculty have their recreation club
In the state normal gymnasium.
Invitations have Just been sent out to
the 170 members of the class of 1911 can
ing them to Omaha for a class luncheon
and reunion at the Home hotel, Omaha,
at noon, Friday, November 10?
Twenty delegates from Peru attended
the Nemaha county Sunday school con
vention In Auburn last Wednesday. One
of the most Interesting features on the
program was the exemplification of the
work of the Boy Kcouts by I'rof. Weeks
and ten of his boys. Dean Rouse was
made president of the association for the
I'rof. Oreug addiessed the Jefferson
county teachers on the subject, "Sug
gestions in Education ami In Ufe," Sat
urday at Falrbury,
Feeling the need of conserving her
time and strength for her departmental
work. Mrs. Nettleton has given up the
Hdvlsorshlp of the sophomoro class, and
Miss Kills has been appointed to take
up the directorship of sophomore activities.
M:nilSKt WKM.KYW OTF.W.
Student Celebrate letorr Over
Oomie n Foot Hall.
The Oro girls entertnlned the Phi Beta
ftlgmaa with an Informal "feed," at their
chapter house, Friday night.
Saturday afternoon, October II, the
Theo girls with their friends attended
a- musical matinee lit Lincoln, returning
after the concert to bo served with a
five-course buffet luncheon at the home
of Mlts Mildred Claflin.
The student directory for 1011-12. which
Is annually published by the two Chris
tian "association, cuine out last week. Tho
little booklet Is an absolute necessity In
the students life and this Issue la con
sidered especially good. W. L. Ruylo and
10. J. Slmonds are editors.
The college council, the student organ
ization which regulates all Inter-class
activities, met and organized last Thurs
day. The following officers wore elected:
President. R. A. Greensllt; vice president,
11. R. Partridge; secretary, Anna Ianc.
Considerable attention has been given
this week to tho fact that October 24
was the twenty-third anniversary of the
school. On October 21. 18IW, the Institu
tion was formally opened and dedicated
under the present charter and name. At
that time it was the intention to make
this school the central university with the
smaller colleges at York and Central
City partly serving as tributaries. Pome-
time later these, schools were closed and
It was rieidM to have only one Methodist
school In tho state.
Ijist Friday morning at convocation
Congresman tleorge Norris gave a fine
address to the students r.u.1 faculty on
tlie theme, "Progress In Covernnient."
Friday afternoon J00 students. Including
the liand, boarded a special (rain nnd
moved down on Doane college, at Crete
rn masse. The occnslon was the annual
foot ball game between the two schools.
On the arrival at Crete, headed by the
band, and the foot ball team wrapied In
their new blankets, dhey paraded the
streets of that city, giving their yells
and songs. After the game they cele
brated the n to 0 victory by again going
through the atrccts executing the "Suuke
When the teim reached I'tilverslty
Place they were met by 3s or 400 more
students with roninn candles. A huge
bonfire and speeches followed.
I OIOF.M. I NIVF.HSITV.
A Few I'araavrapUs from Annual
lie port of trrnlrint.
The annual report of President Schur
man of Cornell university for the year
1910-11, Just Issued, furnishes a concise
showing of the growth of the Institution.
The number of regularly matriculated
students for the year was 4,412. Adding
to these the attendants at the summer
and winter schools of agriculture and the
summer session bring the total numtxir
of students up In S.nilt, an Increase of
420 over the preceding year.
Regarding the finances of the uni
versity the report says:
Excluding the funds for the mainte
nance of the Cornell university medical
college In New York City, the total pi op.
erty if Cornell university endowment,
real estate, buildings, and equipment -Including
state colleges, amounted on
August 1, to J15,4W,5s:t. M. The productive
funds Included in this total amounted
at the same time to fx,7W,lnM4. Tho
late of Interest received on the invest
ments during the year 1'UP H averaged
i HV. tier cent.
The income for the nr from all
sources amounted to .M..i.'si.tiJ. The
expenditures of the university exceeded
the Income for the venr by tll'.o."; ti'.t.
These expenditure included among ex
tiaoiiliuarv Items ml ndditlon to the
g inniislum costing VioO an. I the addi
tion to Mors" ball tin connection with
the Carnegie ihiiicO costing Vi -M". There
was an accumulate! (lefi. it mi Auuust
I. 1!HU. of l'H.,-,.-i 4; of which nlMoit I.O..
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KKltNK OHMl. SCHOOL.
VarliHia Aetltltles of the Week
Hon. W. L. Hand. In company with
Mrs. Hand and her sister, Mrs. Brown,
visited the normal Tuesday. Mr. Hand
gave, an Interesting talk at chapel. Ho
spoke of the ascendency of women In the
twentieth century and mentioned the
progress they had made In the business
and political world. Mr. Hand elicited
much applauso from tho student body,
Tho normal orchestra furnished music
on several occasions last week. The
orchestra Is doing fine work and Is
Miss Anna V, Day, deputy state superin
tendent, who attended the convention nf
tho Daughters of tho American Revolu
tion, spent Wednesday forenoon Inspect
ing the normal. Khe was present at
chapel and gave a very Interesting and
much appreciated talk to the faculty and
(1. W. Kline, secretary of tha Uni
versity Alumni association, In company
with Mrs. Kline and Mra. F. P. Roby of
this city and Mra. Adams of Oreeley,
(Vlo., sient Thursday In the college.
Thry were present tit chapel and also
visited the various departments. Includ
ing the manual training, domestic rsience
oottage and the women's dormitory.
Rev. Dr. McMltm of the Baptist church,
In company with Chaplain White, at
tended chapel Friday morning. Dr. Mc-
Mlnn conducted devotion, while Chaplain
White gave a very Interesting talk on
the Cuban people.
President Thomas gave nn address of
greeting to the Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution nt tho opening of their
convention. Ho loft Friday evening for
Platte county, where ho will address the
County Teachers' assoolM'on. President
Thonia bna many call for work of this
kind and Is glad to lw of assistance tn
the educational Interests of the state, lie
has made no charge whatever for such
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