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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: DECEMBER 24. 1911.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Alpha Camp, tV. 0. W., Will IUve
Christmas Tree Wednt day.
DRAMATIC CLTTB PARTICIPATES
Anrrlrmi elles Elect Offlrere for
Ilasnlns; Yfr Prn liar Tribe
Will Initiate l.re (!
Alr-na tirp No. 1. Wocrlmrn of the
World, will bave Its ChrlMmns tree on
"Wednesd.iv rvrnlm f.T tli entertain
ment of tlie children of lis mfmbfM and
their friends. The dramatli elub of the
ramp will make It first appearand In
luihllo nnd contribute to the entertain
ment of the little folk. f-'anta Claus
will be there. In nil his glory.
Omlbl counc'.l ' No. 25. American
Nobles, held a meetlnc Tuesday cvcnlnff
at which the f.illowln? officers were
elected for the ensuing term: r.ist pro
tector, l-llllo L. TIetiil; eminent pro
tector. Earl B. Nye; counsellor, llcttln
Ptaleyj chaplain, Mrs. Mattln Mxler;
secretary nnd trrnsurer. I-eah R. Clxler,
sTulde, A. I,. Jennln-, outer ruard. Jl. I.
KlnRery; Inner guard. Curl Klein: planl.it,
Fern B. Grrenslnte; truster, Tart !1. Nye.
A large number" of nrrrihers were pres
ent and twelve new candidate were
Initiated. nefreshmenti were served- after
floral Achate fiance.
The Royal Achates lode No. 110 will
give a dance n Harlrht halt. Nineteenth
. and Farnam streets, Tliursduy evening.
' Initiate l.nrare f'Iaa.
" Mecca court No. 1.1, Tribe ,o Bn Hur,
held an Interesting' meeting lat Thurs
day evening. Next Thurday tlic tribe
Will Initiate a larne rlasn of candidates
and on January 4 wilt give a reception
for the supreme officer front rrar.-fnrds-vllle,
Ind., nnd Governor Aldrlch, Omaha
court No. 110 and 'the court from Council
Bluffs will be present.
The Reaeareh Club.
The Research club met In fit. Hercli
mil'i academy December 17 and enjoyed
a delightful an well rendered program:
. Polo: 'Tor Tou Alone," (Gcehl), Miss Nell
Donahue, nccompanlet, Frederick Dixon.
Reading: "The Street Musician." Mrs.
Blfort. riano sola: "Rorr.anie," (J. Blbe
)lns. Miss Helen Pennett, Piano solo:
, ."Wedding Day at Trold Hangen." (E.
Grief). Mr. Dixon. "Come All Ye Faith
ful," Mies Donahue and audience. Leo.
ture: Rev. Thomas Conner, S. 3. Well
Reserved praise ! due Edith Beckman la
securing such splendid talent from the
studies of Millie Ryan, Lillian Filch, Jean
P. Duffteld and Max Landow.
Eeporters Tabooed . 1
from Nixies Mail
i Postmaster Thomas I placed In a pe
culiar position as the result of the article
- relating to the "nixie" department whlOH
appeared In Tho Bee Friday tolling of
the packages mailed here without ad
dresses and which could be had by the
owners upon Identification.
The reporter who wrote the story was
Allowed to nee' the "nixies" by Mr.
'Bowies', who has charge of tho flepaft
, ment, and when the story appeared In
print several descriptions were published.
' This, jiti'i'iiim a number of people ftp
' peered it the tilNoc and several claimed
,-;to be the "Marys" and the "flweetlea"
1 who had sent the packages described In
fThe Bee. As a result Mr. Thomas Is be
i Ing kept busy answering questions and
, Wisappolntlng' persons who are trying to
"put something over" on the postal de
partment. ' Persons who are pomtlve that friends
Jiave, sent them gifts which they have
jnot received will hereafter be compelled
to learn from the sender the description
)of the gift, and newspaper reporters are
to be tabooed In the "nixies department.
No One has veiled for Clarence's neck
Patrons and Pupils
1 Honor Miss Kumpf
. Mlss Carrie M, Kumpf, for ' thirty
'years a teacher In the Omaha public
schools, wus given an ovation Friday
evening at the Edward Rosewater
i hoot. where she has been teacher In
the primary grado for twenty consecu
tive .years. Pupils who attend the
school and those 'of former yrars, to
gether with a larga number of patrons
and teachers, assembled to show appre-
Jatlon of Ml Kumpfs service).
Huperlntondent K. IT. Oraff rave an
ddresa. In which he paid tribute to
lis Kumpf marked ability as a
teacher. Dr. K. llolovuhlner ' gave
reminiscences tf the Omaha schools.
The eighth grade of the' school sang
"Auld Lang Syne," "Uool Night"' and
the "Nore Lullaby."
Mlaa Kumpf was presented with a
gold watch and Chain by the people of
the district. President liruechert mak
ing the presentation speech. Mrs. Ed
ward Rosewater waa present at the ex
ercises for Miss Kumpf and gave the
school a handsome picture of Sir
Assured for Omaha
A company of $!UO,00u rapltul to erect a
community fuctory building far Infant
Industries that ut present do not have
adequate quarters will be organised by
the rial etttate committee of the Com
mercial club, according to the announce
ment of Chairman Hutry A. Tukey of
the committee. This couise was deckled
on at a meeting of the oommltteu Ian
The plan Is to organise a company of
lulnt men, the capital stock to be
tllvldrd Into (harts of small denomina
tion 125 or f.".-si that small Investors
nay bs attracted. Several business men
tiave signified thrir willingness to take
stock tn amount irf .u and more.
Chairman Tukey will In a few day a ub
init to the executive oommlttee of the
club a definite plan of organisation.
Meinbrs of Ihe commute figure that
the proponed building can be made
profitable for Investors, at the same time
furnishing small factories with modern
quarters at a reasonable figure. The
plan has bn tried In Cincinnati. O.,
and Haverhill, Mass., and proven suc
cessful. A Skootlaa; 4ra p
with both parties woundel, demands
llucklen's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds,
Korea, burns, boils, cuts or plies. Gulv 1c.
I'vr sale by LcUun Drug
Harvard Musical Clubs Here
Many of the men making the trip with
tli Harvard Gleo, Ilanjo and Mandolin
c!ub, which will p;ay at the Uoyd De
cember So, ore proirlnent In other activi
ties In the university.
fcdwln 1. Brown of Minneapolis In maii
ajer of all three clubs. He was a mem
Ler of l.Is freshmen c'.t'.a dinner commit
tee, also of the junior Hans committee,
which has cl argc of tho nenlor dormi
tories In the yard. Its lius leen secre
tary of tho Aeronautic.il society for tw
J ears and organized the first Intercolleg
iate giider mt hold on the society's av
.atlon field last spring. He I a member
ofthj Vsalrrn club and tho student
council committee on dramatic arrange
r.ietitn. John Cordcn Gl.l:cy of Watnrtown,
Ma-., I rrenldent of the Uanji club.
Ho waa awarded the I'hl Beta Kappa koy
for high reholaetlu' standing In his Junior
year, and I second marshal of Phi beta
Ksppa. He Is an editor of the Advocate,
an undergraduato publication. He Is a
member of the Harvard Dramatic club
and of the flgnet, the junior literary ao
clrty. Gllkey wrote tho show fr.r UVl foi
the Hasty Pudding club, the big senior
club of Harvard. Gllkey Is ulfio n ment
brr of the etadent council. He won the
William Lloyd Dart. son piizo of li.V)
given for the best poem written la it year
by a Harvard undergraduate. He ha
played on the Mandolin nnd l.anjo clubs
tor four year.
J. Whitney Pioun cf Fail River, Mass.,
Is leader of tlm Banjo club, lie ha
played on tho club four years and has
been leader for the Inst two years.
Dudley I. Ranney of Boston Is leader
vt the Ms,ndoln club. Two year ago he
won tho three points noeded to win the
Harvard-Tale tiack meet. Ranney came
In second In 'tho I-vard daxh. This give
him the "11." nanney also has been one
Of the best men In the university at the
quarter-mile and In the relay racea. He
Is an editor on the Harvard Lampoon,
the University "Life" and Is a momber
ot the student council, Ranney has played
on the Mandolin club two years.
to Bo Thrown Wide
on New Year's Day
An enjoyable tlm Is assurred for those
who attend the big reception and open
house on NeW Year's day at the Young
Men Christian association building.
Great numbers of Omaha people, both
men. and. .women . look forward to
this one opportunity when they can go
through the entire building and see the
work of all the various department as
well as the dormitory rooms wlvire 160
men make thslr homes. A committee of
men living In the dormitory has been ap
pointed to plan big things in the way of
entertainment for their friend. Kvery
class In the night school Is trying to pro
duce the best exhibit of their special work
that lias ever been shown. A program Of
entertainment la arranged to. take up the
greater part ot the evening, In the audi
torium. The young men studens of the
University of Omaha will assist with a
black-face minstrel act,. Th university
students will also, liave a room "-.which
wlil.be headquarter for their many
friends who will bo present at the recep
tion. A continuous program of regular
and special features will be put on In
the gymnasium and swimming pool.
Muslo and refreshments will be provided
In various part of the building and every
thing possible will be done to entertain.
All who are Interested In checkers will
be glad to hear that a match game will
be played on New Year's night between
J. L. , Will, city checker champion, and
five picked men. A large checker board,
Six feet square, will be suspended at ons
end of the game room and as each play
la called the move will be jihown on this
board, so that all may follow. Mr. Wills
will play alone while the other five men
will have the privilege of consulting to
gether regarding the other moves. This,
with a match game of pool, will provide
enturtalntnent In the game room.
for Plan Campaign
Ward and precinct captains to repre
sent the Cltlsens' Union In the coming
commission plan campaign , were named
at a meeting of the union's executive
committee at the Paxton hotel Friday
evening. The purpose of the meeting
was outlined by the chairman, C. a. Cun
ningham, and about fifty captains were
named. .'Among other speakers was
Ralph K. Kunderland.
It will be the duty ot the captains to
secure members In thetr respective pre
cincts, to advise voters as to the pur
poses and doings of the union, to im
press upon voters the necessity for
working hand In hand In opposition to
corrupt machine control and to put Into
epuration an effective plan for carrying
out the work for which the Cltlsens'
Union was organised.
NEBRASKA ANDJOWA PATENTS
1,1st of laveatloas Froterleil at
Wasktactoa Are Aaaeiaaeeel
The following list ot Inventions made
by Iowans and Nebraskans and pro
tectee! by patents during tho week just
ended. I announced by Wlllard Kddy:
Albert H. Bauin of Waterloo, la., for
Km nk A. Ferguson cf Waterloo, la.,
for lu-Hfl fastener fur sister tucks.
Archibald T. llenueraoii of t'llnun, la.,
for follower for barrel and kett.
Krrd A. lvra uf Atkinson, iSrb., for
Kdward K, Kuehl cf Verdigris, Neb.,
tor biake lever.
John M. McKay of Wa!rloo. la., for
deodorizing anil disinfecting apiHiratus.
John II. Matthews uf Moiitlcello, la,,
fur wire atrrti'iirr.
Verne W. Miller of Omaha for type
Irving l ana F. A. Minor of Aurelta,
In., for wheel.
Ueorge It. Miun, jr., ot Preecott, la.,
for n:all deiic.
William J. Morrison of Sioux Ctty, la.,
for liat plu guard.
Krtti'Ht 1- Payne, O. F. Taylor and P.
A. Prlereon of I'edar Rapid. la, tor
Henry I'etvraon of Mount Auburn, la.,
Harry W. Pike and R. K. Johnson of
Osceola. Neb., for stabilising mechanism
for flying machinr.
D.inlel H. Potter of Fremont. Neb., tor
fj"..r,f X- Rlfsier ft Lancaster. Neb.,
John If. Htlch of Davenport, la., for
glass beveling machine.
John C. Ktler of Mason City, la., for
governor for engines.
Henry WeU'und uf Aurora, Nrh., for
William t- Keys of Omaha, Neb., de
sign for rttlecter and bracket thereof.
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Oave Soot Print Xt.
Omaha Central rospltal. Doaff. ass.
HgTPttan Cboeolates 30e. Myers-Dillon.
Oaa. Bleo. rtztarea, Surress-Orandsa,
steep Tour Money and valuables. In the
American Bafe Deposit vaults In the Bee
building. Iloxes rent for t3 per year.
Uncle Ham ray a Ahead it Is not for
staid old Uncle Bam to don Banta Claus
regalia very often and to spread Yule
tide joy among his employes, but Fri
day he threw aside a certain amount of
his dignity and allowed all employes of
the government In Omaha to draw thetr
December salary, Instead of making them
watt until tbo first ot the year.
TcCantary Bankruptcy Christmas
brought no cheer td Fred Mehl ot Fre
mont tor Saturday he- was forced to
file a voluntary petition In bankruptcy
In the office of the cleric' of the United
States district cotirt'and he placed his
general merchandise business In the hands
of a receiver. He places his debts at
$1,172.40 and says he has no asset.
Thoughts of the Day
The Christmas tree.
What's In this handsome box?
Wilt Uncle Joe come across?
Letter and package from dear
Wonder It the mistletoe will make the
dummy apeak! '
Little Willie In his extra good stunt:
"Oee, Ma, you're tired out. Let me do
"My, won't he look like a Christmas
tree decorated with this cardinal tie!"
Are the secrets of the locked closots as
secret as they look? A mislaid key oft
opens a world of advance Information.
Look, what have we here? "Not to be
opened until Christmas day."
"Please, ma, give me one little peak,
just one, please, and I'll be good."'
"Children, stop that talking and go to
sleep. If I hear another word I'll go up
with the switch."
"Well, did you everl Uncle Tightwad
Jare loose. . Poor fellow! 1 fear he'll get
"Isn't the embroidery scrumptious T 1
know dear papa will enjoy hie new sus
penders," "All Is not gold that glitters on the
Christmas tree. Uut It Is good to look
upon, a joy for youthful eyes and young
old ones, too." "Come uut of It, pa;
you're getting sentimental. Here, get
up on a chair and work It eft."
0BERLIN GLEE CLUB
ON IIS WESTERN TRIP
' Traveling In a. special car, the Oherlln
College Ulce club passed through Omaha
today, en route to York, where a concert
will be given tonight. Last night ths
Ulee club gave a concert at Woodbine, la.
There ale twenty-four men In the Ober
lin club and they are spending the holt
day vacation touring the central west In
their car. Magnet, stopping at the
smaller cities, where they aiM giving con
cert, their Itinerary having been out
lined several weeks ago. Ihey will sing
In Omaha January 4.
ADOPTED CHILDREN ARE
HAPPY IN CALIFORNIA
A. W. Clark, superintendent cf the
Child Having Inatltuta, has returned
from California, where he went for a
vacation and to ascertain the wherea
bouts of several children who had been
adopted from the Institute and taken
to California. He found the children
and learned that the reason the foster
parents had not answered the letters
was that they wanted to break off all
communication with the institute, for
fear tiie children would find out that
they were adopted.
J. II. Hulbert. bailiff for Judge Ie 8.
K.elelle. lias gone to Minneapolis for a
t'hrlstmaa week vUlt with his nephew,
A. H. Ameden.
John Anderson, foreman ot the P. P. A.
ranch tirar Hellfry, Wya, Is the gunst
of his parent. Mr. and Mrs. James All
aerxou. Miami streot.
Attorney T. W. Blackburn has returned
fr-iiii Washington, 1. I .. and Annapolis,
Mil., where he has mieiit ten days
transacting business and visiting his soua.
Paul Ularkburn and Casper Klackburn.
James K. Woodard of Roundup, Mont ,
who la the soil of Assistant Postmaster
J. I. Woodard. has arrived in Omaha and
will spend the holidays wltti hla family.
Mr. Woodard Is a milling expert and Is
well (too a Utre.
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High School Glee
Club Will Give Its "
Concert This Week
The Omaha high school Glee club ot
thirty voices will give Its first annual
concert nder the auspice of the mid
term graduating class Wednesday even
ing at 8, o'clock at the First Christian
church on Twenty-sixth and St. Mary's
The, club has been rehearsing regularly
evory Tuesday evening for the last three
months for this concert and has acquired
a variable and creditable repertoire of
Belectlons. Waiter B. Graham, has re
hearsed the lads In his studio In the
Boyd Theater building.
Considerable. Interest ha " been taken.
In thla concert by the high school stu
dent and faculty 'as well is many of
the alumni of the school. Principal Mo
Hugh is planning, on this entertainment
as a , success a it is the only affair
wblclV the mid-term class will give.-
In addition to the Dice club's part In
the cohcort, Francis Potter and several
of Ms pupils assist In the program.
Following Is the program.
() The City Choir Parks
L laby Neldlinger
Hljfh Knhf.nl fll.. .r.1,,1.
Piano solo.-. '., ,
. . Grace Slabaugh.
' O. g. B. L. Quartet.
Banjo solo ,
. Francis Potter. .
. v Arthur Lynn. V
(a) Comrades In Arms
(b) Just a Girl
. High School Olee club.
The Bargain Brined
riign School Ulee club.
Duet, "Flow Gently Deva"
Lynn Backett and WUIard Slabaugh.
Banjo quartet "
Pupils of Francis potter.
(a The Charge. Welllngs
(b) Rill of Fare Zollner
(c) A Carol... Krats
-Miga Bchool Olee club. . k
Employed in Plans
for the New Chapel
The new chapel and crematory at
forest Lawn cemetery, the cornerstone
of which Is to, be laid next Wednesday,
will be a classically handsome structure.
In Dorlo architecture, with dark granite
exterior and marble and moaalo Interior.
John McDonald la the architect. The
building will be UnM feet and wilt cost
between J80.000 and 30,O00 complete.
A history of the cemetery will be placed
In the cornerstone. It will relate that
the cemetery association wa formed on
April SO. 18: that John II. Bracken wa
the first man burled In the cemetery, and
that up to December 1, 1911, the number
of burials was 1S.24J. The association
wae organised by Herman Kountse, Wil
liam R. Rowen, James J. Brown, Charles
H. Brown, 8. T. Josaelyn, Dr. Jacob C.
Denlse, John II. Bracken, Dr. (X a.
Wood, Eben K. 1-ong and A. P. Wood.
Persistent Advertising la the Road
To Our Many Patrons, Friends and the Gen
eral Public We Extend
A Merrys Christmas
and A Happy New Year
and wish on this occasion to thank you for the liberal put-'
ronagu that you have so generously given us and which
has enabled us to greatly increase our business tiuce mov.
ing into our new homo.
CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS.
! Electric Light Co.
to Move Into New.
Quarters February i
Having; outgrown Its present quarter In
the Young Men's Christian association
building, the Omaha Llslit and Power
company will move to the Union Pacific
headquarters building. Fifteenth and
Dodge street, about Febrtury 1, where It
will occupy practically all of the second
floor of Ihe wet wing on the Fifteenth
street sido end two units of space on the
ground floor Just east of the Dodge
st ret entrance. The room on the second
floor are reached by the broad stair
case, or by the elevators. ' while the
rooms on the ground floor have their en
trance from the main court, running east
and west. Just oitth of the elevator.
On the ' second floor the electric light
compsny will mnlntHln the offices for
the compsny official and the entire ac
counting department. Besides there will
be large receptlen room, equipped with
all of the comforts thet the patrons may
dor,'. re. Here nearly seventy-five persons
will find employment.
In tho large room on the first floor will
be the cashiers and the contracting de
partment. There Is no street entrance to
thla room and to reach It. one pe-ises Into
the building by either the Dodge or Fif
teenth street- entrance and thence Into
the broad marble finished corridor. Go
ing cast down this ctrridor, the entrance
to tho electric light company's- room is
through the flrat door to the cast of the
Dodge street vestibule.
The operating department of the elec
trlo light company- wl'.l continue to be
maintained In the present room in the
Young Men's Christian association build
ing and will be In charge of a superin
tendent With the moving of the electric light
company offices to these new quarters
there will be several Innovations that
will Innure to the benefit of the public.
principal of which will be the change In
the methods to be adopted In the lamp
In the past when customers desired
new lamps, or when they desired to mako
changes in tho style of lamps, they have
been required to take the old ones to the
office and there make the change. In the
future this will all be done away with.
When a lamp breads; when a change Is
desired, or when a customer wants a
new style of lamp all he or she will have
to do will be to step to the telephone, call
up the company office and state what Is
wanted. An expert electrician will at
once respond and immediately go to the
location Indicated and there perform the
ANOTHER SUIT FILED FOR
PROPERTY OF AUGUST DOLL
Another big lawsuit growing out of the
alleged undue Influence and exercise over
the late August Doll by his nephews,
Charles F. Doll and Augustus Doll, was
started In district court. George Holmes,
special administrator of the Doll estate,
asks Judgment for $28,504 and Interest for
approximately .ten years and names
Charles F. Doll as defendant.' It Is al
leged In the . petition that for twenty
years the late August. Doll, merely tor
convenience, transacted much business
In ths names of his nephews ; that It was
understood among them that the tram,
actions 'Were' bV, htm tfid that the property:
in their names was rite; 'that during the
later part of his life they exercised over
him sufficient lnfluenca(to keep him from
having certain property placed In his own
name, so that when he died they could
hold It. ' '' ! . . -' ? !
A similar sul( agafnst Augustus Doll.'ls'
running Its course, tn the courts. -
NO MORE JURY TRIALS
. UNTIL FEBRUARY TERM
With the exception of twelve men. Im
paneled to hear a case, and twelve men
who are hearing another the petit Jury
In district court wad discharged for the
rest of the year by Presiding Judge Lee
S. Estelle yesterday and there will be no
more Jury work until the February term,
which will begin the first Monday In
Last January the Judges called a venire,
lawyers having aid they wished one
failed, so that they could try cases. The
attorneys, however, failed to come in for
trials and after the Jurors had loafed a
week and received their per diem for jso
doing the venire waa discharged.
HEARING ON THE VOTING
MACHINE SALE POS I PONED
The Injunction suit to prevent the sale
of Douglas county's voting machines has
been continued until January 15 by agree
ment of Carl K. Herring, attorney for the
Interests that wish to prevent the sale,
and the Board of County Commissioners,
which authorised the abandonment and
disposition of the machines.
DEAN TANCOCK TO FEED
TWO HUNDRED NEWSIES
Dean J. A. Tancock of Trinity cathe
dral will give a turkey dinner to over 300
newsbaya at Jacobs memorial hall New
Year's afternoon at & o'clock. Following
the dinner the boys will be taken to the
auditorium of the hall where an enter
tainment will be given for their benefit.
The entertainment will be put on by
Commercial Club Will Reincorporate
TO INCREASE . CAPITALIZATION
Clok l.ooklnS Fortran! to Maltlpll-
ration of Membership noli Ex
ecallie Committee to Have
Power to Make Laws,
Proposed amendments to the articles of
incorporation of the Commercial club,
to be voted u&nn hv memhora mt fhn an
nual election on January 10, have been
manea to every club member.
The Club In evldentlv lnnktnsr forward
to a multiplication of membership In Its
new quarters In the Woodman of the
World building, for a membership of 6.000 Is
authorised. Under the preeent articles the
membership, now about 1.000, may legally
run od to 1.000.
The authorised capital stock Is to be
raised rrom 110,000 to $150,000. dlclded Into
S.000 shares of fJS each, tha value nf eo.-h
share representing the membership fee ot
i. To each present member of the elub
will be given one share In exchane-e for
the share he hold on the present organi
sation. Prospective members. If they
don't come In at once, will run the risk
of having the par value of the stock
raised at any time by the directors, who
are given such power by the articles of
Incorporation. The stock shall be non
transferable, except with the approval of
the executive committee.
The executive committee is to have full
power to make all bv-law. Directors
are to be elected as at present and the
directors will elect the executive com
mittee. Which Will be Increased from
twenty-four to twenty-seven, to Include
the president, secretary and treasurer of
the club. The chairman of the executive
committee Is to be exofflclo vice presi
dent of the corporation. The exerutlvn
committee will manage the affairs ot the
club, except when It refers them to the
The club will be legally authorised to
buy, hold and sell real estate. Ths chalr
ter of the club will run twenty-five years.
Nipped of Charm by
Stranger He Helps
Frank Carey reported to the police the
loss of a 13 gold piece used as a watch
charm. Coincident with this Mr. Carey
says that a young man In passing him
at Sixteenth and Farnam streets slipped
on the sidewalk and came near falling
only for his aid. On. his return to the
hotel the charm was missing.
No Evening Bee
on Christmas Day
The Evening Bee will not be Issued on
Christmas day (Monday). All subscribers
will be furnished with the Monday morn
ing edition of The Dally Bee.
For Christmas a Piano
No more fitting and nractlcal Chriar maa rift can .maA
than that of a p.tno. Every home should possess a piano t
good piano. Every home intends to have one some day. Why
net make Christmas the time to get this Instrument and Hospa's
the store at which to buy it?
Mospe will give you more plano-dependabillty.
Hospe will give you greater and richer piano tonal quality.
Hospe will give you more for your money and make your
, piano Christmas gift the best that you possibly can buy.
. Here is a list of high grade pianos at prices which are low,
when the quality of the Instruments is considered.
Mm(i & Hamlin, Kranlch & Bach. Bush & Lane, Cable.
Kelson, ITyor & Co., Kremlin & Son, Hallct-Davis and Hospe.
A. HOSPE COMPANY
, -i-anch Store, 407 Broadway, Council Bluffs. Iowa.
. 1518.1515 DOUGLAS STREET, OMAHA.
Are known the world over as places of pleasure and com
fort, free from the rigorous winters of tho east, and noted
for their hospitality and air of good will to all. These re
sorts dot the Pacific Coast from San Francisco to Los
Angeles and the winter tourist finds recreation in the vari
ety of attractions offered at the numerous seashore hotels.
You can enjoy your winter vacation from the start by
' . traveling via ' .
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST
PROTECTED BY ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS
The road that takes you there in the minimum length
of time arid affords the maximum of travel comforts. Ex
cellent dining cars on ALL trains.
For California literature and information relative to
fares, routes, reservations, etc., call on or address
L. BEIND ORFF, C. P. & T. A.
. 1324 FARNAM ST., OMAHA, NEB.
F1IONKS Dour. 182H; Ind. A-32.il
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Made Soft andWIiite
For red, rough, chapped and bleed
ing hands, Itching, burning palms, and
painful finger-ends, with chapoloos nails,
a one-night Cutlcura treatment workg
wonders. Directions: Soak tho hands,
on retiring, In hot water and Cutloura
Boap. Dry, anoint with Cutloura Oint
ment, and wear soft bandage or old,
loose glares during tha night.
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Josephine Le Fevre Company
Sold by Beaton Urug Co., the Bell Drug
Co., and the liennett Company, Omaha.
Our Latest Creation
Xone Better at Any Price. Bold
. In 1 and 3 Ponnd Boxes Only
Price 80o and 91.00.
If by Mail $1.00 and f 2.00.
Myers-Dillon Drug Go.
16th and Farnam Sts.,
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