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BEE: OMAITA. TTnTfiSDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1!H1.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Kara Boot rrlnt M.
EfTPtlaa Chocolate boo, Myers-Dillon.
On, Eleo. ristares. aargees-Qrandea.
On. KMk. Wks, afach. deilgii'rs. Mars.
Cape to Teachers Thomas Kllpatrlck
A t-o., is g.Wng the visiting trachfis
souvenirs In the shape ot sanitary metal
peeder la rtaad George Wstteott. a
merchant, was fined J 10 and costs lu
police court Wednesday morning for ex
ceeding tho speed limit in an automobile.
Clothes Line Thief at Work Emma
Zlegler. 4.T2 South Thlrty-nlntli street, re
ports to the police that a valuable fur
muff and neck piece were stolen from
her clothes line Tuesday night.
on John Kas On Sar Mra William
Wagner ot BC Joseph, has asked the
Omaha police to locate her 13-year son,
John, who ran away from home about
three weeks ngo. . Mrs. Wagner describes
him as having but one ear.
Wife rails to Appear KreU G. Weber,
who wis arrested Tuesday night for the
alleged abuse of his wife and two chil
dren, was discharged In police court
Wednesday morning by Judge Crawford.
&Ir. Weber, the complaining witness,
failed to appear.
teal Work Progressing Structural
steel for the new Woodmen of the
"World building 1s being raised for the
sixth and seventh stories of the sky
scraper at Fourteenth and Farnam
streets. From now on tho contractors
expect to add two vtorles a week to the
building. Tiling for the floors Is being
hauled to the ground and within a few
days the bricklayers will begin their
Another Office Beady to Mots With
the arrival of the filing cases, which
are expected this week, the passenger
department of the Union Paclfio Is likely
to be the next to leave the old building
gtnd take up quarters in the new structure
st Fifteenth and vodge streets. Most ot
tha documents are t'ei up and ready to
he moved, ao that when the new office
equipment arrives, getting into the new
building will occupy but a short time.
KU11 Byan Oonoert At the Brandels
theater, Thursday evening, Millie Kyati
will present the , Omaha Grand Opera
Etudy club in grand concert. The mem
bership is composed entirely of Millie
Ryan's pupils and comprises eighty
voices. A carefully selected program
will be given and those attending may
rest assured that there will be none of
tha tiresome waits between numbers
that usually attend 'home productions.
A genuine treat Is in store for the music
lovers who attend. The quintet from tho
MelHterslnger" will be sung.
For Decisive Game
HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. 8.-(Spoclal.)-
After three days' rent, following their vic
tory, the Bronchos of Hastings college
resumed training today for the Wesleyan
game of November 17, which will decide
the foot ball championship of the "Big
Four," comprising Hastings, Doane. Wes
leyan and Bellevue. As Hastings has no
intervening game scheduled the practice
from now on will be directed for this
contest. Both Wesleyan and Hastings
have defeated Doane and Bellevue and
the outcome ot the Hastlngs-Wesleyan
contest will therefore decide the cham
plonshlp beyond all question. According
to. the records thus far made Hastings
appears to have a slight advantage over
Wesleyan, having made larger scores
against both Doane and Bellevue than did
Wesleyan, but this may be partially ac
counted for ' by reason of the fact 'that
both Hastings' games wero played on the
home grounds. It Is realised herek how
ever,, that Wesleyan has a formidable ma
chine and no over-confidence Is manifest
In the Hastings camp.
DISCUSS PHYSICAL TRAINING
Dr. Davidson Says Mental prowth of
Child Depends on Fhysique.
PLEA IS MADE FOB WEAKLING
Dr. BfHf) of the I'nlverxlty of Ne
braska Declares tho West to He
Behind the East In Physi
Superintendent W. M. Davidson de-
Isred before aoverul titnAr,l nrlni'ln.l.
f schools assemhlpil In the auditorium
of the Younff tVfimnn'M I Mill:tl:tn ft.mo.
elation building Wedtu-sc.ay forenoon thnt
mental growth depends largely on
physical health, and that without a
leauny ooay a child cannot develop a
the educators of today," he declared,
"and the moitt Imnnrlunt nf thpm nil 1
the physical training of the youth. Sec
ond comes the moral and ethlcul develop
ment and a third great problem Is the
linking together of the home and the
school Kn thnt a Iw.Mnr liiH ,r at 11 nH i n if
shall exist and the social r-ide of school
lire improved. .
Pleads for the Mghtrrrlaht.
Dr. Charles K. Pessey of the Vnlverslty
of Nebraska in an extemporaneous talk
pleaded for th weakling in the schools
and pointed out thnt the development of
the lightweight was an advisable as the
training of the material which can be
utllxed best on the foot ball teum. He
charged Nebraska with being, as are all
tho western states, behind the east In
the matter of training the less strong.
Dr.- Bcseey" suggested a graded system
of athletics, sUeli as Ushtweluht, medium
weight and heavy weight, Including boys
of all degrees of physical efficiency.
Athletic TrnlnlnK DUenKird,
How to eliminate rowdyism from ath
letics and encourage a cluan sportsman
ship; how to develop the physique ot tho
weak as well as tha strong and how to
make bodily training apply to girls as
much as to boys, were some of the
problems threshed out at the meeting.
Superintendent C. E. Teach of Vnl
verslly place declared that Nebraska
school men are not progressing against
rowdyism in foot ball and banc ball. He
advocated that fathers accompany their
sons when tha home team goes off to
play some rival school, and suggested
th revival of drop-the-handkerchk-f and
bean bags to keep up the spirit of play.
Principal J. C. Mitchell of Hastings
contended that the idea of the strong
man In athletics must be maintained.
"We need heroes," said he "The grand
stand demands them; the boys want
Miss Adele Coke of West Tolut, for
merly a gymnasium teacher at the state
university, announced that she had al
ways been as proud of Johnny llender's
quarter back runs as any ot the men, but
that ! t'bjvfteJ to Kiiinil too much con
sideration to foot ball.
Pin ground Movement.
Miss Bessie Duinont. head nf the tllrls'
Athletlo department In the Omnhs, HlRh
school, resd a paper on "What the Tlay
(tround Movement Will do for the School
Girls," which was conceded by the gath
ering ot pedagogues to bo the last word
In this particular phaso of piny.
Miss Dumnnt said that tha girl is
Ignored athletics; that on reaching the
adolescent stage. Instead of being given
appropriate physical culture, n girl Is
shoved Into corsets and long skirts.
Principal Clare Mao kin of Nebraska
City read n paper on "I'hyslcal Training
of High School Girls Without a Physical
Director." Miss Hell Von Munsfelde
played several vlollncello solos accom
panied by Mrs. Kdlth I Wagoner. Prin
cipal Uporge 11. Martin of Nebraska City
prerided as president of the Superintend
ents' and Principals association.
The program of the State Teachers'
association will probably be of unusual
Interest to those outside the teaching pro
fession, as It deals with tho physical well
being of the child. Among the educators
whose addresses will be of special Inter
est to the general public on account of
the nature of their mesT-axcs and tho
eminence of tho speakers are Dr. A. K.
Winahtp of Boston. Dr. Henry a. Curtis
of Worcester, Mass.; Dr. It. K. Wolfe,
head of tho department of philosophy of
the diversity of Nebraska ; Dr. Fred
Marrow Fllnir. hend of tho department
of Kuropean history ot the University
of Nebraska; William R. Qeorgn of Kreo
vllle, N. Y.; Dr. William Davidson, su
perintendent of selitiols, Washington, D.
C; President F. X. McMenamy ot Creinh
ton college. Superintendent C. U. Tearse
of Milwaukee, Dr. McClanahan of Omaha.
Those men will appeur on the programs
i;lven mornings, afternoons and evenlnKS
Thursday and Friday. Homo of them ap
pear on both an afternoon and evening
A further announcement of the time,
place and subject of some of the speak
ers who will be of most interest to the
general public will be made In the morn
Rock Island Shop
CHICAGO. Nov. 8. The spread xt the
railroad shopmen's strike to the
Central nf Georgia railway and the
calling of a strike on tho Rock Island are
matters of only a few days, according to
J. W. Kline, president of the Interna
tional Brotherhood of Blacksmiths and
"1 am going to Macon, Ga., tomorrow
night for a final effort to udjust Central
of Georgia matters." lie said.
"Matters on the Rock Island are near
a crisis. The votes of the various crafts
on acceptance or rejection of the pro
posals of tho company has been against
the company's terms and this actually
amounts to a strike vote."
May Be Cancelled
UIFAYETTE, Ind.. Nov. S.-There is
a possibility that the foot ball game
scheduled for Saturday between Purdue
and Iowa may be called off unless the
two colleges can come to an agreement
concerning the playing of Alexander, the
star right tackle of the Iowans, who is
a negro. Several of the Purdue players
are from the south. An effort Is being
made by the faculty executive committee
to arrange the difficulty.
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. 8-(8pecial Tel
egram.) An epidemlo of typhoid fever
today sent Buckley, star left tackle of
the Iowa team, and Bowen, linesman, to
the hospital. Purdue has started a pro
test of Alexander, the colored tackle, but
Iowa authorities refuse to keep him out
Of the game.
Gophers Work Hard
For Wisconsin Game
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 8.-Wlth
the game between the undefeated unl-
lysrsltiea of Wisconsin and Minnesota not
far distant, grinding work was begun to
day for tha Minnesota eleven, after the
short rest from the game with Chicago
last Saturday. Although there Is confi
dence of a victory among the supporters
of the team, Coach Williams has cau
tloned his men against being too confi
dent and is planning hard work to de
velop the team. "
From now on.' Smith, Morrell, Capron
and Pickering will have plenty of oppor
tunlty to develop their kicking ability.
on the "hoodoe" which some expect to
appear at the Madison game, is Bald to
bo the kicking power of "Kechle"' MolL
In order to. vie with this. Dr. Williams
1 gllng the four Mlnnesotans strenuous
work in punting.
Rule at Wisconsin
ANN ARBOR, Mich.. Nov. SDoclarlng
that me eleven is now in about the same
condition as last year's team was early
in October, Coach Yost is dealing out
practice In double paroels this week In
preparation for the gams with Cornell
on Saturday. Yesterday and today the
squad Indulged in afternoon and even
ing secret practice.
Both Yost and Assistant Coach Redden
fear Cornell's ends and again today was
much time spent In an attempt to perfect
defense to stop them.
Tost has not decided his lineup for fhe
Cornell game, out ne is working back
Held substitutes aa hard as the regulars.
A Tom ot bold
could buy nothing better for female weak
nesces, lams back and kldn.v imuki.
than Klectrlo Bitters. Wc. For sal by
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases,
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the
only preparation of its kind devised by regularly grsdu
' a ted physician an experienced and skilled specialist in
the diseases of women.
It is a ante' medicine jn any condition of the system.
THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol
v and no injurious habit-forming drags and which
creates no craving for such stimulants.
, THE ONE REMEDY so good that its maters
are not afraid to print its every ingredient on
, each outside bottle-wrapper anI attest to the
' truthfulness of tha same under oath.
It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, end any desler who hasn't it can
get it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine o
known coMrosmoN, No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist
who Bays something else is "just as good as Dr. Picroe's" is either mistaken
or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
trusted. lie is trifling with your most pricelen posirstion your health
may be your life itself. See '-hat yo;i eel you ash fr.
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" It was every bit as comfortable as a night, at home. The
electric berth-lights made undressing an easy operation; and then
I stretched out in a soft, roomy bed and went to sleep.
jjiant cough and choke half the night, and
wake up parched and feverish this morning; for
this train is drawn by oil-buming locomotives.
No Coal Dust. No Cinders. No Smoke."
Kansas City to Texas.
Leaves Kansas City at five o'clock every afternoon,
- "xm.wm i ii, un.L.ina nuuoiun, UAL V E.S I UN ana HKU WNS
VILLE. The meals in ths dining cars are served by Fred Harvey. All-steel cars
and electric block signals. For rates, schedules and all other information, address,
J. C LOVRIEN, Division Passenger Agent, Frisco Lines,
aldhelm Building, Eleventh and Main Street KANSAS CITY'
mi i ji t""t i n
i '. t I I I v." i 'J I
Never was there such ele
gance in overeoats Uio
styles just bustle with luxury
and pxoellenee -spleiHlitl con
vert ible collar effects new
lilaitl back styles shaggy
rough fabrics long or short
inotlels semi-fitted or looso
backs belted and plain
silk yokes and worsted lin
ings raglan or regular shouderts medium and heavy
weights. It's going to be a great overcoat season and wo
are doing "THE" overcoat business in Omaha because
we have the largest variety and best values.
Thl.-t Is a season of soft huts particularly
t lio so hnvliig a "rough finish. In these
hnts as well m in stiff liala you will find
one exactly suited to your stylo. Thoy como In all proportion
all new models, and all fnshlonablo colors, $2.00 $2.50 $3.00
At each price we keep our eye on vuluea.
Omaha's Larrest and Best Equipped Clothlnff Store,
"THE HOUSt or
NIGH MlUT. "
Round Trip Excursion Tickets
Are Now on Sale Daily
via the C'C&'N. W. Ry. to Florida, Cuba,
New Orleans, Mobile and the Gulf Coast.
C The splendid trains of the
The Best of
between Omaha and Chicago
connect at the latter city with all
lines to the South and Southeast,
forming a passenger service that
cannot be surpassed.
Throvgh railway and tamthip t!ckt$
an also on talm to f As Mediltrrantan,
t As Holy Land and to all European cuVes.
Sleeping car reservations and rsssrvatlons
of spsca on steamships to points named
above given prompt and careful attention.
Train leave Omaha for Chicago:
7:40 a.m. 6:00 p.n. 8:50 p.m.
12:05 p.m. 6:35 s.sj. 12:40 s..
5:10 .. 7:55
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The Bee Building
On account of changes perfecting tho entrance,
the elevators, the lighting and interior decora
tions. The outward appearance could not bo
improved, but the location is growing better
and better every day. Think of the advantages
of having an office in a building that is known,
whero your clients can easily find you, and
every convenience is at your service, then ask
ns to show you the available space. You may
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Light, janitor service, heat and water are all included
in the rental price of the office.
Boom 44 Directly cpposlte ths new Court House facing Fsmam Bt
Our front office are much In demand on count ut the prominent
location. This roum Is UVtxlllH fet In size, and Is subdivided
with frame and laas partition, giving two offices In one. Kental
price, per inctitli .S30.OU
Boost 820 Is a choice corner office having a nortii and west exposure,
making this space at tractive at auy o'jou of the year, on acoount
at good light and v on til u Hon. wlil urrauge thl spacs, mans,
suitable for tciiAut. and there being a vault la the luoiu. U aff-ti'd
itra protection for valuables.
lient, per uioiitn .$40.00
Boom 640 Is a sojsII well arranged room facing ITta siren baring
splendid light and veutllailou. The alee of room Is -!-.
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Boom 416 His a south and went exposure which makes a wall lighted
office. llliiHtt feet In else. We are only asking 'itv a square foot
for this soace which Is very cheap rem, (oniliitnnit location and
all conveoifuices furnished by Ths lies 11. tilling. i'riee per
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' In a climate shown by the gov
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that of Los Angeles, Fresno, etc.,
lies Tehama county, California. It
is within two hundred and fifty
miles of San Francisco, and therais
situated the famous Lutheran'
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cussion in Omaha by reason of a
local clergyman taking the initiative
in its formation. The Bee offers
this 10-acre ranch as second prize
in its Booklovers' contest. Here
is a livelihood for man, wife and
children-for the rest of time. Here
is $1,250 in land, carrying free
water, waiting only for the plow
share and intelligence to cultivate
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Full information concerning this
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