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NEBRASKA ALUMNI REUNITES
BRIEF CITY NEWS
4 Ht Boot Frlmt It.
SfTPtlaa Chocolate 80c. Myen-nilon.
Om, Slao. rixtoroa. Bnrraia-Qrandan.
Om. Mftoh. W. Math, liiinti, Mr.
Canfly for BouTttUr Boxes of candy
ero dltrlbuted to all visiting teacher
by Hayden Bro , loth at the more and at
Bankruptcy Fetltion An involuntary
petition In bankruptcy hag been filed
lth the tnlted State district clerk, by
the creditors of Cyru K. Spearman of
Clothing la Stolen J. T. Italllsay. 201
North Twenty-second street, reported to
the police that hla home wae entered by
burglars WednosJiy night and robbed of
DO worth of clothing.
Baldrlje x,ta Contract Joseph M.
llaldrlge has let the contract for the con
struction of a modern brick dwelling at
137 North Thirty-ninth street to cot
24.O0O. The building will be WxM feet.
31. H. Heddlng will superintend the con
struction. SstsotlT Eavags ZmproTsd Chief of
Detectives John 11. Savage, who has
been confined to his home with a severe
case of pneumonia for the last two weeks,
la reported to he In a serious condition.
It was thought that lie had taken a turn
for tho worse, but dortura who are at
tending him say that he is Improved.
Hops at Tort Crook Arrangements
are being mode by the army officers at
Kort Crook to rtart the regular winter
series of "hops" In the Kymtms.uin at
the Port. These dunces which are usually
social affairs of considerable promlneme
will probably be held tho second and
fourth Friday of every month, beginning
Social Barrio Luncheon Dr. William
M. Davidson and Rev. Frank L. Love
land will be guents of the Omaha Social
Service club at a luncheon Saturday noon
at the Hotel rtome. Luncheon will be
served at 12:1.". and those intending to ba
present should notify Keeretary E. F.
Denlsou at the Young Men's Christian
association, not later than Friday noon,
Canfield a Commissioner Sherman
Can field, formerly one of Omaha's pros
perous young men, and who has made
hla home In Sheridan since his marrlare
to 11 las Florence Lewis, made a bound
Into tho political arena by being elected
at the polla Wednesday as on of the
four commissioners to govern Bheridan.
Mrs. Canfield is In Omaha visiting her
mother, Mrs. E. V. Lewis.
Xiost Relatives Being I ought Mrs.
Roy I. Smith of Ban Bernardino, Cab, has
asked tlio Omaha police to try and lo
cate the brothers of her husband. The
brothers' names are John, Ralph and
Arthur, and are suppoeed to be In this
Ujr. They have also been asked to search
who left her home In Lincoln in company
who left home In Lincoln in company
with a colored woman by the name ol
Two Federal Vacancies Uncle Bam
baa two vacancies on his payroll and
these positions are offered to any am
bitious young man having particular abil
ity and comptency for either of then
jobs. One position Is that of stenog
rapher at a salary ranging from $S40
par year to (1,000 as a atart, and the
other position Is that of first grade clerk,
which pays from 11,500 to 12,000 per year
at first. The clerical vacancy1 Is in the
Internal revenue department, and the ex
amination for this position will ba held
February 3, 1412. The civil service ex
amination for the position of stengraplier
Is to be held here November 28.
Hold a Conference
A family meeting of officials of the
Burlington ayatem, both east and west
of the Missouri river, was held In the
offices of General Manager Holdrege
Thursday. There were present Vice
Vice President Byram of the operating
and Vice President Burnham of the traf
fic departments, General Manager Ward,
AsslBtant General Mannger B rocker and
General Superintendent of Transporta
tion Barnes, all of Chicago; General
Superintendent Allen of Lincoln, General
Superintendent Young of Alliance and
division superintendents on all lines be
tween Omaha and Chicago, Denver and
Tba gathorins had no significance,
being for the purpose of an exchange
of opinion to aid In outlining future
Call from Oakland
Iter. C. A. Turnquist, pastor of the
SwedlBh Evangelical mission, at Twenty
third and Davenport streets, haa Just re
ceived a call to the pastorate of the Swed
ish Evangelical Mission church at Oak
land, Cal. lie hus not made up his mind
aa to whether he will accept. Rev. Turn
quist has been pautor of the local church
for the last alx years. In Oakland he
would have a greater field In which to
work, and would receive a higher salary.
Itev. Turnquist has Just returned from
Galesburg, 111., where he has been con
ducting meetings during the last two
OREGON WOMAN TALKS
TO TEMPERANCE UNIONS
Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruh, president of
the Oregon Women's Christian Temper
ante union, spoke Thursday morning at
the ail day Institute which the Douglas
county unions are holding at the Young
Women's Christian association. Mrs.
Unruh stated that the Bible should be
the basis for the teaching in every de
partment of the union.
Dean Fordyce of the University of Ne-
bruska spoke on scientific temperance In
atructton. Mrs. C. I!. Stephens of Ben'
son opened tho Institute with devotional
services. Mrs. Arthur Hows of Soutn
Omaha called the roll. There were re
ports from oounty officers and a recita
tion by Mrs. M. O. Staiey. "In tha Bushel
or In the Jug."
Don't wast your money buying
atrenf thening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Dampen
a pleco of flannel with It and bind it
over th affected part and It will relieve
th pnin and soreness. For sal by all
Thm Finest Fruit Salad
You Ever Tasted
tun bt made with Knox Gelatint.
euilj tad quickly. Here's the recipei
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Jirtrt and prnxt fjvr IruM arranfffM ta Mfe-Vbowl.
H4 In tm pUr M W k4 till jrW.ealt tfwlnkat with
frulffl coco nut.
t-vrry kirn. pArtif fftaatfit 1 erivlofM l fflaV
tine, ttv t making i lull qurtt ol Jf Sly.
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CHARLES B, KNOX CO.
w 400 Kaox At., Johmtova, N.Y,
Three Hundred Uniyenity Men and
Women Gather at Banquet.
CLEMENT CHASE TOASTMASTEK
l'rf. V. M. Kllnar Heclares that Vnl
verelty lias Oataronn 111 H
rinn aad that 111 Koolp
nieat Is laadeqnate.
is to Be Established
With Omaha Capital
A new brick plant for Omaha, that of
the Nebraska Fressed Brick company,
financed by Omaha people. Is announced
by the Industrial committee of the Com
mercial club. T. V. Stroud Is presKlent,
Guy Dann vice president, N'. P. Heracrs
secretary-treasurer and L. K Clarke gen
The company has bought the cement
works at Sixteenth and Commercial ave
nue, with E00 feet of Belt line trackage
and one acre of ground, on which Is al
ready erected a one-story building, lOOx
Twenty-flv men will be employed at
the atart and the rales field will be Ne
braska and the western half of Iowa. The
products will be hydraulic pressed face
brick, In all colors, and the capacity at
the start will be ,000 to 86.000 brick a
day. riatte river sand will be used. Thl
class of brick heretofore has been im
ported. Th company propones to double the
oapaclty In the near future, and la In
stalling $10,000 worth of machinery, to be
In operation by January 1. Manager
Clarke was formerly In charge of the
plant of the Black Hills Brick company
at Rapid City, 8. D.
A Urek for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney
In made when a 20c box of lv.
New Life mis la bought.
Beaton ' Drug Co.
For sale by
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
Mluoirt Farmer Killed by Wife.
MACON. Mo., Nov. . Moses Felton, a
farmer living near Callao, was shot and
killed today by his wife, who said she
acted In self-defense. They had quarreled
about their children. She used a revolver
which her husband had placed under his
Three hundred alumni of the I'nlversliy
of Nebraska, In attendai.re at the teach
ers' convention, held a rt unin luncheon at
the Koine Thursday. They sung iui!vprsl:y
song, gave university yells, listened to
;oais ana rreponueu wnen me roii ui
the classes was called by Toaslmniter
Clement Chase. Judne Allen V. Klold
of Lincoln, on of the first graduates
of the Institution, was rrcsent at the
Paul K. Clark of Lincoln responded to
the toast, "The University, It's Past;"
Prof. V. M. Fling to the toast, "Th
University, H'a Present," and Miss Eva
O'Sutltvan of Omaha to the toast, "Th
Unlvetslty, It's Future."
Oata-rovr Ita Revraara.
Prof. Fling said the university has out
grown Its revenues and Its equipment la
Inadequate and Its treaoury insufficient
to rttain the best men of Its faculty when
they are offered positions by wealthier
universities. It Is one of the biggest
ttitivcrslMtlc of the country In point of
number of students, but Is not among
the best equipped.
The voter of the slnto arc not to blame
for this, ho said. Tiny would gladly give
more money to the school If they knew
its needs. It is the duty of the alumni to
Inform themselves of the need of their
alma mater, he said, and to let the people
of the state know of it. He expressed the
opinion that through the newly reorgan
Ited Alumni association, with Its paid
secretary, the state would soon learn of
the conditions at the university and
would give It more money.
This Lotion Better
Than Face Powder
"The remarkable Improvement In fem
inine complexions the pant few years,"
says Mrs. Mao Mirtyn, writing Tor the
New York Dally Record, "Is due chiefly
to discarding face powders and using
soma good lotion.
"One of the least expensive and best
faae lotions can be made by dissolving
4 ounces spurmax In Vi pint hot water,
to which has been added 2 tcaspoonfuls
glycerine, or If yo i prefer, use witch
hazel Instead of water, as It dries quick
er. Apply sparingly to the skin and rub
lightly until it vanishes. This cleanses
th skin of blackheads, pimples and
other Impurities, banishes wrinkles,
roughness and gives to tha complexion
a dainty pink and white glow. Tha spur
max lotion soon overcomes olllness and
la Invlsib! when on." Adv.
Special Offer To School Teachers
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
A Luxurious Exhibit of Millinery At Convincingly
SOME HALF PRICE
Some Less Than Halt
Whether you would have a Jaunty little street hat, one of the new
fur trimmed creations or a large picture hat, you will find equal
satisfaction as to diveralty of selection and to price. Special tables
$2.50 85.00 87.50 $10.00
One Special Lot
For a Friday and Saturday special we place on sale ICO trimmed
hats, taken from our $2. CO, fS.OO and $7. SO tables, a collec
tion of. stylish hats at a price that should appeal to everyone
wanting a low-priced hat; they will be sold Friday
end Saturday for
2d Floor City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
U.Wi acj-ua of Idaho's best land will be
old uuder the Carey act at Jtirume De
oeuiber 11, Wit. Thtse lands at part of
th Great North 8!d Tract (a Kuhn en
terprise), and are considered especially
chulc fur apple and general fruit cul
ture. Small cash payment and long time
on deferred payment.".; low rate of inter
est. For all Information write or wlr
th Twin Kalis North Hide Land and
Water Co.. MUner, Idaho.
WILLIAM JERREMS' 80N9.
aoa-111 1th Street
Another shipment (delayed in transit) of those ex
cellent wearing and dressy looking
Scotch Cheviot Suitings
opened up and placed on ule today.
A month ago wo could have priced them at $.'18 and
$40 but owing to delayed arrival we have decided to
tailor them for the dressy fellows this week at
$30 tho Suit
Better make your selection today. There'll be fewer
How About That Overcoat?
Special overcoat values this week, $25, $30, $35.
THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
THE ONLY CREAM IN THE WORLD WITH A
Sold at 60c, 7Se, $1.00 ALL DEALERS
tewart & Beaton Co,
Furniture sold at this store is not built for pretty display of a few
months it is constructed to meet the demands of the home beautiful for
the artistic and the permanent. We emphasize the lasting character of
these articles, for there is so much trashy, put-together furniture that buy
ers must be on guard against the inferior. Not only does the furniture
displayed here have beauty, reflecting the wonderful designs of other
periods, but it also possesses enduring qualities that will make it valued
as heirlooms for generations to come. We have priced some of the arti
cles at extraordinary figures to make them become acquaintances of
people who want beauty, extreme worth, and durability in their home
$68.00 Davenport Upholstered in Spanish
leather; two heavy leather pillows; length 5
feet, G inches; extra deep $39.00
$7.00 Large Ann Chair Spanish leather seat;
commodious and strong $4.50
$36.00 Fumed Oak Clock Collarette base;
strongly constructed; accurate; 7 feet high. . .$20.00
$25.00 China Cabinet Fumed oak; size l()x33;
5 feet high; high class article $14.50
$24.00 Dining Room Table Early English;
square; 48 inches; GVfoot extension '. . .$12.50
$12.00 Library Table Fumed oak; size 28x44;
one large drawer; exquisite model $9.50
$7.00 Pedestal Golden oak; very pretty;
$14.50 Golden' Oak Cellarette Six compart
ments; one revolving rack $10.00
$23.00 Sowing1 Table Solid mahogany; two
drawers, with compartments and two drop
$2.50 Smokers' Stand Mahogany; substan
tially made $1.50
$10.00 Music Cabinet Golden oak; six strong
and roomy Shelves $7.50
$15.50 Ladies' Desk Mahogany or oak, very
pretty design; great value $12.00
$15.00 Music Cabinet Mahogany inlay; six
roomy shelves; finest quality $11.50
$16.00 Mahogany Cellarette Four roomy com
partments, with revolving rack $12.00
$30.00 Golden Mirror French plate, 17x33;
high quality and beautiful design $20.00
$12.00 Arm Chair Fumed oak; Spanish slip
leather seat; roomy and strong .$7.00
$8.00 Magazine Stand Fumed oak; 12x18;
three broad shelves $5.75
$60.00 Roomy Rocker Fumed oak; Spanish
leather, auto seat; loose cushion back $35.00
$11.75 Arm Chair Spanish leather slip lea
ther seat; oak; durable $3.00
$27.00 Arm Chair Uoomy and comfortable,
Spanish leather auto seat . . .$17.00
$31.00 Solid Mahogany Pedestal Very well
built; heavy and durable $21.00
$13.00 Grecian Hall Chair Solid oak; roomy
and comfortable- $8.00
$6.50 Desk Chair Golden oak, broad seat and
back ". $3.75
$8.50 Side Chair Fumed oak; Spanish slip
leather sent; very serviceable $6.00
$25.00 Arm Rocker Fumed oak ; Spanish lea
ther, auto seat, upholstered buck, strong, com
The Tag-Policy House
413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
Stewart & IB
Through Tourist Sleepers
to Southern California
Every Tuesday, via Denver, Colorado.
EURLIKGTCH ROUTE-SANTA FE ROUTE
OMAHA to LOS ANGELES
The Route of Sunshine, Low Altitudes and Mild Climate.
Lv. Omaha . . . .11:35 V. M. Tuesdays.
Ar. leuver 1:00 i M. "Wednesdays.
Lv. Denver . . 7:43 I. M. "Wednesdays.
Lv. (Jolo. Sp'gs. 10:30 P. M. Wednesdays.
Ar. Williams . . 11:10 A. M. Fridays.
Ar. Pasadena . . . 7:55 A. M. Saturdays.
Ar. Los Angeles 8:30 A. M. Saturdays.
Sleepers ready in the Burlington Station at 9:45 P. M.
lCxiMTtfiired Conductor iu clmrgo of tJicMo attractive evcur.
kiuna to Southern California.
Schedule allow half dy In Denver or Coloradu Hiring fur
night ucelng-; convenient connection at WUMauitt, Art.., for the t.rund
Connection for Kant lUrburu, Nan lraucl'o
and Central California.
l et me help you plun your Journey.
Information, tickets and,bertb8,
l.VJ Farnaiu Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
4. it. lU juoltla. C. 1. .
When You Buy a Ribbon
Do you know that you are going to get the results
you want! If your typewriter is not equipped with
the ribbon that gives the best results you can over
come your troubles by consulting our Supply De
partment. For many years this Company has manufactured
its own ribbons and carbon papers, and their 6ale
is supervised by experienced men. Wo have a de
partment that can tell you what your needs aro
and supply thoso needs. Wo handle no cheap goods.
Only the best materials go into tho manufacture
of our goods and wo do not sell our goods ou n
cheap "catchy" scheme.
If you have ribbon troubles call us. If you are not
getting the service you think you should have from
your typewriter ribbons let us consult with you.
Our ribbons sell at 75c each, $3.50 per half dozen,
V6.00 per dozen. All goods guaranteed and replaced if for
tny reason unsatisfactory.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Modem Office Supplies
JiUh and Douglas Sta.
Telephone Douff. 1281; lud. A-12S1.
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