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IE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 20. 1011.
New Wool Dresses
For the Matron. Business Womn and School Girl
A great many dresses in beautiful nil wool
materials have jnst been received each is so de
lightfully individual in style, in fabric and trim
ming, that to do them justice, cadi deserves n
Thry sre adaptable to to many uies, whether for
street or hnslnens or for afternoon wear, and are rc stylish
and service ble that they are a necessary part of even tho
moot limited wardrobe.
There are On h challlcs In i!a!nty little polka dm
pattern: French and Shepherd's plaids In bo ft rich rol
ora; Krenc.h serge and panama In pretty shades of red,
brown, rcse, navy and Copenhagen.
Many have the Kmplre waist, high or round nocks and
effective trimming of brcadciotb. Bilk and satin piping and
band embroidered designs.
Junior and Rraall VVoraeo'a sizes. Prlcr $t,12.IiO
814.75 8 17. CO 810.75 822.50 $25.00 "
A handsome showing of dainty frocks In all-wool
Tho Dresses for Girls
k r fnll. fharmlna A a tbnaiA tnm rtlfljir fnlk UlAIT miTlil
'"v In French chalHes. plaids, series, panamaa nnd mohairs, in
r pretty oolora of nvy, brown. Copenhagen, wine and blsek.
Their clever style give the little girl tho well-drsd glrl
Iko appe&rancs whk.li all mothers strive for In dressing their daughters. 8le 3 to 14 your
Pricea S3.5Q. 83.05. 81.50. $5.50. $0.50 to 313.50
me trono rrrrurj
1518-1320 TARNAM STREET
on Dtt play
IOWA VIGTORLATE IN GAME
Spectacular Tlay in Final Period
Win from Northwestern.
roan yards u two plays
Ion a l.eea fhiiirf tor Toacndovra
In Second Period, Wnen nail
Mips Reblad the tioel
IOWA CITT. In., Nov. 25. -Iowa Ji.
penned with Its "hoodoo" here this .-er-noon
and defeated Northwestern univer
sity by a series of spectacular play In
the final period, the score being to 0.
The two winning playa ent Curry over
the line for r touchdown. O'Brien kicked
In the fourth quarter. Murphy, on a
circling piny, mode an attempt for a
touchdown, but the referee u unable
to rop Mm and li? was called back,
tte lit the fourth quarter McGinn!, on
a fake i?ft end run, aklrted rlKht end
for a tlilrt-yrd geln, lanyliiK the tmli
to the ten-ysrd line. On ti next jlay
Curry errld the l-Ct end ful a touch
loir a l.ce Clrt f'tvaare.
In the second quarter O'Hrler Llncked
a North went ern punt, but the ball slipped
and rolled back of tho goal line, losing
for Iowa a touchdown. The half ended
with the Ln.ll In iowa'a ponscaeion, four
Inches from the Northwestern anal.
Unn was easily the elar ter North
western, . with hie :-rta?.ilr tacklln
Touch'lown: C'urrv. Oualfrrt.i touch
down: O'Hrten. hefeiee: Holdernees of
lifh. I'mplre: timl'V of Purdue
llwitt cf i hicaao. Head linuw-
Keymuur if tiering field 'I'ral.'.lni;
'ili-ip of ii"i"tf r: li minutes.
time by tho Wolverines and tha Corn
bunkers spoiled both of them.
Uttle Jerry Warer and Herbert Potter,
who alternated at quarter, ran the Ne
braska team a thoueh they were Alt
Anierloen quarters. Potter was in the
lineup hn Nebraska made Its touch
down. Warner ran some excellent playa
when tha Comhuskera were on the de
fenfire, lie wa aeffrcttve when he chose
to carry the ball himself,
Nebraska's snds played the kind of
foot ball that make charopflnnshlp
elevens. The Wolverines could not ret
around them for train and neither ex
tremity was turned for a substantial
dIMsnce during the entire contest.
C'hauner was the fastest to get down
field and he stopped many returns of
punts. Uofgren waa alwaya In tha play.
Ills end was Just as strong as that of
Chauner. On the defense both men cov
ered the kicks down field In. brtlllao
shape. The Nebraska backs and Wjir
ner baodled punts from the long kick
ing toe of Thompson In perfect manner
and only one ball waa muffed.1 Thompson
sent blxb kicks that turned spiral aa
that they were ynoet hard to hold. Little
Ernie Frank caught them firmly. 8? did
Michigan outweighed the Cornbuskrr
In line and back field but this did not
count, for the ConihUBVer were desper
Captain 'hei''kkftureU In the most
trililant p ay of tils career..
Ulbson was eutpunted by Thomson ef
the visitors, but at tlmea the Oornhueker
sent the ovnl tor sortie remarkably long
distances. Once his toe carried the ball
Wolverine Moe OatnUred.
The whole Cornhusker Una, thought out
weighed, had It on Its opponents all the
time. Yoat admits hla forwards wars
whipped. Craig, the man who won the
Pennsylvania game for the Wolverines,
was smothered In alt hla playa. Only
twice did he make good gains. Thommo.,
fullback, waa the bst player of the
Mlcblaan eleven ant he gained euoeusa
fully only during the first few minutes
ef tt.e battle. Csptaln Conklln was strong
at left end and bilked some ef be Corn
Nebraska Interference waa the best ever
seen hers on the part of a Cornhusker
eleven. It waa so solid and thick that
rooters and MU-hlgsn visitor were led
repeatedly to exclaim "La k at that Inter
ference." It always was good and time
after time Krnle and Owen frank ewung
around behind a eolld wall for remnkable
distances. Michigan tnsde first down
only six tlmea while the Cornhusker
took their flrst downa for fouiteen nr
fifteen timet. Nebraska' superior back
field enabled the Cornhusker te gain
through atraJght foot ball. The forwerJ
pas end )oU ne4uto lie luted often. Its
failure (o work on (lie Mbhlgan leu-yard
line in the few last mlnutea o( piny,
however, coet the Cornhuftkcra the game.
l he attack or the comh'iKKers was a
p'.iisto to the Wi'lverlntu. Coach Btlhm
liad perfected sevnrar plays that were
b.'U In r:-erv fur thlc game. They Sv
leeu ue I (u pieitice t"T many 'Mlil,
but they raw p.l,Ua lU.ht tor iliu '.ret
time to'ey snl th.-r w-rWi or.,-f'.i.".
'ct p'il(d t' .sril ever, i,:s t)k
Vi the MU hi c ui pb.jvrs sftur ihu Mist
half did not b'inc tl uUs tlikt he
expected It would. NeVucUa Ucul a.
upirior S'Uf t thut of 'V-.Hxt.iea.
It a as ty fjrr the atrnnaeHi '.it tb
ik-;I eleven hs e.l.l'tHe'I I
Tkrosa tries foe Tea.kdvnn,
An InUus Huong saw the i, .'. m; pro),
ahly 10,0'l I -.rtl.U t!0 b'.st ij'.i:Mr, li.
the Cornhukra wev ritit'M:; itfc'.t at
the Michigan g llr,.-. vitl :-a-
Jority of this v.r-'ng ai -lyl'-f fr
tmschdown. It ws p;al?i "ht 'l.iake
bdd Ibe W ol v.-rli.er on t!.e run and It
aermrd thut a r..r 9U.lit t' run c.
:b iij,ni toeS Ms fin bar.C as
ctecii tiMiay, II hi.J i.tifi pU. !.t
worked to pcrfejtlon and h bad coached
his bck In play that wees inore than
tho cgunl of those used by th Wolver
ines. He had built up the ll:i defense,
too, eo that It wa a aondcr. Te the
new coach of th Cornhusker much
credit for the fins play of the Corn
hunkers must be given.
To Comhimker tonight It eeem tbst
some of their backs should be given ell
wentern positions and Wist Hhotika and
Kllh.lt should gr4 Into the 111.. Tlu-e
mf n outplayed any of the members of the
Ann Arbor eleven. Koot bell followers,
who have seen the Nebraska t'isms ot the
last ten years, are free to Admit that the
Nebraska, eleven, as It played today, has
neier been equalled.
Teams Arrive Karlr.
' Hut It team arrived on tha fXd fifteen
minute before play began, the Nebraska
team led by the unl vomit y band. Yost
men deceived an ovation freir. several
hundred Michigan alumni sealed In the
MicliiKan Indulged In a brief punting
practice and moniei.t later 'ha 11. OW
piople, In the etand chirJ the Ne
braska (iqund ae the team rushed onto
the t.eld and began stgnnis. The wlnu
waa from lb west and Nebraska, wljl:b
won the toi, had this advantage. j
Governor Aldrlch kkktd ths ta.t fif
teen yards as a curtain-raiser, Ucfi!g 4i
kicked off at I and inird twajir.a
at forwerd passes. Pitttmon tiiluml a
field goal from the twenty-flve-yard llo;
and "Nebraska punted out vt danger. At
Straight foul hall Michigan )uto, but
was forced ti punt. .
Lofgren statteJ an end run and was well
on hla way fur a touchdown whtn :h
whistle blew, ending the quarter. aVveial
Michigan as well as the Nebraeka plnjers
did nut hear the wblstlo and It was not
known by all lb player of Ubr team
that lb quarter was ended. Ths referee
returned tha ball to It original priil n.
net Charge on Mlchliran,
Michigan waa forced lo punt from It
twenty-five-yard line In the seoond quar
ter, but Nebraska plinged through
Yost'a wall and soon had ths ball on the
twcnty-flve-yard line. Nebraska was
playing it heavy opponents ti a stand
Michigan blockod an wtteinpted f'.eld
goal and punted. jut of danger. Mtnhlgua
secured the ball on a fumble on Ne
braska's tblrty-tivs-yard line and Thomp
son attempted a drop kick f&r goal.
Nebraska gained the m-isl frort straight
foot ball and Shcnka lore big hos In
the Michigan line for good rune. 1 he ee
ond quarter ended with th hail In Ne
braaaa'a possession '0 the n.ltdle of th
field, gcoie, second quarter: Nerreska,
0; Michigan, 0.
The entire NebrsuV l!im plsyed in per
fe't harmony and tha Interference far ex
celled that ot Michigan. Yost's mn held
at critical times. After he klcko'f In
the third quarter an exchange ot punts
gave Nebraska the lull on Michigan's
thirty. yard line. Ne're-k ei.'fervl from
pens li Its and was f creed to kick, but
took It again 'in a fumble. MU-hlgnn
bucked the line with only rm'.; tmni,
Omkltn bbK-ked a kick r.n Ne.b'rska'a
lint-rtv.yrd llns, pick-l mx. the ball
ia a Ix'iir.d sn.l raooa behmc i , kual
"1 l.uu-.pscn kl -ke.l g ,sl.
"- '!. kl"ked eff end uu k fu i-'iln N
brsitka sexuted the ball m MKbun's
ten-yard-lire. Two pl'inge Mirt I'uri.v
over for a tou.-l,d;in, -J poller kkkm
goal, tying th sour.
The' rcmaJnaer cf ths q ..'tr was Je
voted to ptmt'ng. Ttun pu.i hsvti the
better cf the k'eks a-.d th Nebiaslia
backa ckcoMUig at relurnl '.g Hi b.ai.
Kor the first three quarters, Nebraska
oul played Ilia V.1ii1ku t;uni, but suf.
fcreil n.i frcir. pe.iaUUn, J 'f-nKle ulay
bvilvg the prlacll rffs.ise. Only two
penalties thus far were registered against
t'ornkasber Tear I p l.lae.
Michigan k'k0 to the Nrtiraska twen-ty-flv
ysrd tine and McMillan fell on
the ball. A fumble gave It to Nebraska
ou the first down and the CornhuskeM
tor great hole In the Michigan line tir'll
they lust the ball tin tumble or. the
Michigan twenty-yard llns.
Ite'urnlng a foreed pur.t Nebraska again
sinned down the flelt, but was forced to
kick. Thompson was downed on the
Michigan twenty-f'v. yard lln. Vnabl
to gain an plunge. Thompson kicked te
th middle of 'be flcM.
Mlchle-aa on Defense,
Michigan was rautlnuaily rr. the de
fwee. Nebraska atrufrglei'. desperately
for another score. Nebraska puebed the
ballt.. Mlcblgnn's beven-ysrd line and
missed an attempt at a forward paaa,
but retained poaemwhtn tit the ball.
Purdy missed an. attempt at a field
goat. Michigan punter1, ' b'it waa penal
ised frtrty yerj tor h.ildlrg, and Ne
braska lost" fifteen yards . for offside
play. The quarter and rime ended with
the ball In the middle of the Teld. Final
cere: Nebrarka, C; Michigan, U.
Following I the llue-ip:
NEBRASKA. I M1CH10AN.
L.T I K t U1.
O. Prank ..
K. rreok ...
. ... PeterMM
..it (i i uo
..n t.i uT..
,'.V'h ft' it!
.M II II. U..
t l.Si p.
Nehrseka V (I
Mlchlaan V 0
OifiLiala: Ted Plewart
reieree: lllnkey ut Vale, umpire. Ver
Weihs of Msrvurl fliii Hid..' k'.ilhajna
of Indiana, ht.su linesman. 'lc uchd iwn;
t iirdy and, i'linklln. (I'.als and t'iucn
downs: roller arid Conklln. .Hiil.Hiltuies
.Sebiaska: llornlertier f,r nderson,
tniiKon for Jlui niuignr, Huiwell lor i.
l-'ruiiM, Purdy it K. r'.ann, Pvttt.r fur
Vrnr. Michigan: Csrtel nr tiHrrlng
tuu, Puotlus lot- cartel, Aia:etullnger lor
Found Not Guilty
NEHKASKA CITY, Nov. 25. -(Special. )-
Tb Jury In tho case of the state against
William Peterson, charged with snooting
with Intent to murder Martin Neleon,
after being out for twenty-tour hours re
turned a verdict of not guilty. Peterson,
who Is a reMldent of Omaho, came down
to this county last spring and visited
with Martin Nelson and ethers In North
Bianch precinct, and one day they got to
p.aylng rardn and drinking out In a barn.
The liquor gave' out and Peterson went
for more, running nearly all of the way,
ad when he got back the whisky was
poured out In tea cups and drunk, during
which Peterson made come remark abjui
hi friend which did not please, and he
was struck and thrown out. Peterson
found a shotgun and when Nelson looked
out the door to ascertain what he was
doing Peterson fired a ehot, striking h m
In the head. Nelson a as taken to Omaha
for treatment and Peterson went to his
nome and was arrested there and brought
back here. Hts attorney provsu that he
acted queer and did not seem to be Inra-,
relf prior to the hooting and pleaded In
tently tor the time bung, and the Jury
took up and rendered a. verdict of not.
guilty on that grounds. '
Leonard W, Oee, arrested on the charge
of burglarizing a Missouri Pacific car of
meichar.dtse at Talmage, and John Hasher
of Council Bluffs pleaded guilty of rob
bing a Uurllngton car of merchandise
while In tranv.t from Pac.tic Junction to
this city. Both men, who have been in
Jail, here since early In the springwere
givem a eentence of one year fn tha peni
tentiary by Judge Travis.
iMiSAWiismi ' u Wry-1
teV':r rr jp
Monday onlr on all Heaters.
Hteel Hangs. Cook Stoves.
Cask or Paymeats.
knlvea and forks, beau
tiful Ivoroy handles, guar
antned ll-pwt , ail In satin
lined box: i;.0O M fj C
& SONS COMPANY M 1515 Ilarncy Street
Cut frlcc Monday rw-e
Thanksgiving and rhrlatniaa newls uwful Items
required for the. hnmc rut deep for Monday On
Hundred are taking advantaice of these Monday wales,
(JKMIXK VALUK-tJIVIXtJ ItAKGAINS.
The fanioii-. neamlens,
self basting no.
A full line of l.l.ik
Het .if 3, lnrge. In oval or round
shape, 4 He; on Monday .. .goo
Sets of 12 Individual n.oubl.
23'; on Monday lo
ets cf 24, 35c, on Monday t2o
Handsome 3-plece seta with
stae handle, guaranteed
l.eon else blade; nil In a
lined case. Very f "IP
special Monday at Ofci I 3
Most elaborate and com
plete display of carver In
M ide of sn.ncth black
and all turkey Bines
16o else, Monday
lc size, Monday
18c slue, Monday .
Oenulne Wilson's best
inadn, sells reg- t (in
, uiarly Jlc; Mon'y I WW
; rrar&E3s cooxxas
Omaha agentn for the
( "V )
Heavy caet Iron, enameled
Inside and out. all nixes from 4
to 24 quaits
8-quart, Monday 4So
("-quart. Monday A3o
lO-'iuart, Monday 63o
$8.25 Coffee machine, In
nickel or copper finish,
Monday g Qg
Klertrlc Coffee Mi
rhinex. Flat Irons,
Toasters and Chafers.
Agnes Freeman of Poalrlco. 1 ne next
district convention will be held In Beatrlc3
In the spring.
Visitors to Lincoln
Immune on Tag Day
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 25. (Special.)
Visitors to IJncotr-. today were declared
Immune from attack by ladles of the
charity organisation society, who were
raising funds by the annual tag day
methods. Although the ladles stood' on
downtown street corners and solicited
contributions all day, they declared that
any out-of-town man or woman had only
to state the faot to be relieved from re
quests. The dale for the annual tag day was
set several week ago and member of
the society declared that they did not
then realise tht the date would be the
occasion when many visitors would be
In the city. They said that they would
not prosecute their ' search among the
Nevertheless many outsider contrib
uted to the cause and ns a result a con
siderable fund waa raised. The exact
amount will not be - announced until
GREGORY. OMAHA CROOK, IS
IN SOUTjMDAKOIA PRISON
J. M. Gregory known to the polk-e of
Omaha, got In wrong Ut South Dnkuia
and has been sentenced at Lurke to five
yeera In the penitentiary at rUoux Falls,
having be;n convicted cf stealing a horse
of A. It. Urlnkman, a Houth Dakota
Early In October, Gregory was arrested
In a restaurant here and taken back to
South !akota, where he wa tried. At
th trial It developed that Gregory wa
an Omaha crook, who had been drawn
toward .South I'akot by the land draw
ing and whe afterward drifted down to
Burke. lie went oul into the country
and stopped over night at tha Dilnkman
bouse. In the morning Uregrnry had 01 -a
Pl red and so bad two ot Prlnkman's
Officers followed Gregory to Fremont
and thence to Omaha, where be was arrested.
C1IADRON, Net., Vw. to. (Special.)
Edward Rosnnbaum, who came here
twenty. six years ago, before the organis
ation of the county, diwd this week. He
was 51 year old, owned a large ranch on
the Pordeaux. and leave mur.y friends
though tew itilailvrs. Th latter ere two
brotheis, Henry J. and John Koaeubuum
of Kennard, Neb., who attended the
funeral today, and also a nelce and her
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Toser of Chad
run, Cruras II, Handera.
Al'HI ItN, Neb.. Nov. iKpeniet.'- 1
George II. Pandere. sun cf Mrs. J. A. I
Washburn. K4 year old, died here e
leiduy incrnlng after a lingsHng tlln.n.
OLENWOOD, la., Nov. 25.-peclnl.-In
the caso of Hcott against Oldley, the
Jury in Judge Woodrun t'jurt. now in
cession here, brought In a verdict for the
plaintiff ot tiiO. Waller Hcott Is a farmer
living northwest of Hastings. Dr. OMley
ia a veterinary surgeon of Malvern, and
performed an operatic n upon a valuable
colt belonging to Scott last April. The
case la chiefly Interesting from tha num
ber of expert veterinary surgeons giving
testimony for and against the defendant.
Hamilton of Clenwoood, Hollingswnrth ot
Council Bluffs, Tarsiow of tfher.andoah
and Humphrey of Malvern, all enlight
ened the court and Jury entertainingly
and learnedly upon matter pertaining to
horse anatomy and pathology. The Jury
found for the plaintiff, fixing the dam
age at ISO. The cose will probably go up.
Eussia Objects to
of the Dardenelles
PARIS, Nov. 23.-Itussla today informed
France and the other powers that It In
sist on the neutrality vt the Dardenelles,
aa provided by the treaty of London Irf
1371. This notification follows tho report
that Italy, in furthering the war against
Turkey, Intended to blockade the Dar
FEDERATION OF LABOR
ATLANTA, Oa.. Nov. 25.-Because the
present convention of the American Fed
eration of Labor haa granted the United
Brotherhood of Carpenter everything It
haa aaked In the matter of compulsory
amalgamation, this organization with a
membership of 200,000 today agreed to r.
enter th building trade department end
abide by it decision.
Diamonds defend for their worth nud value upon
many factors huch as color, brilliancy, 8haje and degree
of perfection. Only an expert can judge them properly,
therefore when you intend purchasing, it in well to trust
to the experience and knowledge of a reliable jeweler.
We guarantee every diamond we e!l and will buy back
t.t WVo of purchase price at any time within one year.
Diamond Kings from ....5.00 to G00.00
FAIilBl'lt Y. Neb.. Nov. r.-Sp-Ul.)-A
pretty November ueddii.g was solemn
ized at tha hoj:.a of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorgt
W. Cox. six mlieo north of I'alrbury, lni
evening. l.cn th,;1r daugl'ter, Mies Luis
a us mm lie J to Vernon L. 'Jage. Ih.th of
the contracilnr parties are prominent In
Jefferson county. The wedding march
was played by tie groom's mother end
Ibe rouplo marched ia the altar through
an aisle formed with white ribbons car
ried by t little nelcei of the bride,
Ulsxe Alma Ueulher rd Heln Cox.
Bev. G. li. Kooales of Llni Creek. Neb.,
officiated. Mr, e':d Mrs. Unre left l;n.
uejutcty for I.tnoln. where they will
nx-nd two auks. They will mad their
Uoiiie on a fa no nut lb of Feirbuiy.
COUNTY SEAT OF LOGAN
Q ANDY, Nb., Nov. Sl.-(SpeclI.)-A
census was 4ken a short time ago at
this place aiJ revealed the fact thet
there were over 100 Inhabitants In the
town, more than the amount required by
law to Incorporate by four. When this
was Vcarned a petition was gclten up by
the taxpayers and rigned ty a majority
of them to have the county seat Incor
porated into a village. Thl petition wa
presented lo the county co'.imlsslonrrs
when they were In session last Monday,
nd favorably acted upon by thrtn. The
following officers were appointed to hold
office until the first election:
Mayor, Otis L. Newklrk.
Trustee e. II. A. Tunnel), George V.
Mill. A. C. Klrbv.
Clerk, X. A. Wugcner.
This Is one more step Uemlv I taking
In trying to hold Ihe town. Kverythtig
In Its power will be done In order to have
the 1'iilun Pacific railroad plare a suit
able station here.
The surveying being done at the op
position town site, about three mile
west cf Gamly, is rapidly nearlng com
pletion, and It Is expected the eelllng of
the buMnef and residence lots will begin
In a short time. There I but Utile un
easiness being displayed by tbe Uandy
boosters, as it seems tliere is little Inter,
est In the matter being ahown ty the
resident of Oandy, who believe the pro
moter will have a hard time se ling
many of them. .
Charles Were, general siqeiintendcnt
of the I "nl in i-nclilc. hat returned fro,n
lxiioit Midi., liriiia iik mil, ,llm Mr
Ware, alio for the Uet wv.v w.-li i,
lawn in the IUie;- buniluil there Min
.ir i. ir i.oih l llg WM, but
slovcl t'.e irij i,.vet ii.iiu.VaH -.
DEGREE OF REBEKAH
MEETS IN VYYMORE
BKATHICK. Nel... Nov. Si (Special )
The twe n'.y-eecond annual district meet
ing of the Rebekah lodgea wa held at
Wymore yesterday, with a large attend
ance of delegate from Beatrice. Blue
springe, Wymore, Udell, Barneston and
Ubertv. These officers were elected:
President, Mrs. J. Thomas of Odsll; vies
president. Mrs. Hauls Campbell of Wy
more: warden. Mrs. Msrtha Coulter of
BiatHce; secretary, Mrs. Mary u. Kim
mcr'.y of Beatrice; treasurer, Mrs. Msrion
ll.nas ef Wymore. The appointive offi
cer are: Conductor, Mrs. Agnes Mrover
nf Blue Springs; marshal, Mrs. Frances
Vsat-r ot IMH; InnJu guard, Mrs. Celts
Witht cf n-ore; outside guard, Mrs.
Uuii-lv Uii cf Beatrice; chjplalu, Mrs.
Breaks up Grip and
Flrt Cold Knap.
The first cold snap 1 the rooct
dangrou8, 4t find so many people
unprepared too thinly clad for bad
The early us of "Seven ty-seven"
in almost as good a protector as a
Keep "Seventy-Beven" handy, take
a dose at the first chill or shiver aud
you will not be likely to take Cold
All dealers sell
25c, or mailed.
Humphreys' Hoineo Medicine Co., Cor.
William und Ann Streets, New York,
Interest allowed in
savings department at
3 per annum ...
The United States
National Dank of
Om&ha gives prompt
and courteous aervlce,
affords absolute secur
ity and has a most con
a a faruam
If hcndled at home, cost you
Laundress 2 00 por day
Soap, siarch, bluing and meala 85 per day
Tottt,t ' 2.85 per day
interferencei with other Bervants cost Is inestimable.
IF LAUNDERED BY US
No Interference with other servants.
We will do It rough dry, starching all the starched pieces
and ironing all the flat pieces for only Q cents per pound
Average family washing3 weigh ten to twelve pounds.
imeHn.8 fJJ0 to ! Ior week, or a saving to you of
62.40 to 111 i.OO per year.
It Is worth Investigating".
Members National fauuderers' Association.
Death Is tho inevitable end of Life.
Why toil and plot and labor a lifetime only to have the result
despoiled, wasted and proven a mnaco to the very people you want
to benefit? , ,
Dispose of your property wisely by will and Truat Agreement
anl the ravages of worthless investments and unaccustomed business
responsibilities will be averted, and your name will live long after
Corporate administration of Trusts is impartial, permanent,
economical and honest. Innumerable cases of tho reverse are known
to almost everyone where "friends" were appointed..
Wills and Trust Agreements drawn without charge where named
Executor or Trustee.
Suits and Overcoats to Order $20
Have your suit or overcoat made to measure. The
cost is practically tho same as ready made and the fit,
wear and general satisfaction is infinitely greater.
Our store and show windows are filled with the sea
son'a choicest weaves.
Every garment perfect in fit and style.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
304-300 South 16th St, Five Steps South of Tarnam.
A Safe Investment!
If you want n safe investment for your money buy an
American Safe Deposit Certificate. Thev are secured by
first mortgages on improved farms in Eastern Nebraska
and pay 5 interest. They are not subject to great depreci
ation as city loans and property are. If you have $20 or
more you can buy one. Sold in amounts of $20, $50 $100
$250, $500, $1,000 and $5,000. Write us about them.
American Safe Deposit Co.
216 South 17th Street. ic Kldg., i40 Nor,h j3th gUeet
.i p3'V 1 ' . . dePsU b0 'or er in the absolutely fire
For thrift Pwr ,Amer JC" 8f I"" Vaults in the Bee bu fdlng
For the safe keeping of money, insurance policies, deeds abstracts
rnortgagf.. bends, jewelry and other valuab'es. Call and gee the vault'
Open from A. M. to 6 P. M. and until 9 p. M. 8atury"?gBt
Phones: Douglas 1079; Auto A-1 330.
MACH & MACH
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Neatest equiipd dental offlca in
Omaha. Hlghest-g-rude denlatry J
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THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
is the Leading Agricultural Journal of the west. Its columns are
filled with the best thought of the day In matters pertaining to
the farm, the ranch and the orchard, and I: is a factor in the
development of the gieat western country.
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