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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Lav Boot Print It.
, Omaha Qercral Hospital. Dour. 655.
Pa, Else, riatnres, Burtesa-Qrenden.
Die olf Htart Trouble Acute dilation
j Of tho hesrt was found by a coroner's
Jury to bo Uip cniiw of thi death of Nich
olas Itaihatn. who riled at St. Joseph s
ln'xpltiil Saturday afternoon.
Basel Smith Bound Onr Uessle
Siinth, toll. tod, was hound over to II. e
.'i.-drict court by Police JikIko Foster on
a charge of larceny from tho M-rsnu.
Her bunds were fixed at $'). Hessic
Smith In alleged to' have robbed tjcniue
1 ii t at vt $4i lawt Friday niulit.
Anna Xoore Ksld to District Court
Aniui Moipic, who w hs ill rcMcd Fati:r!;i..
NiKiit on a charge of slnhiiiim' with lull t;'.
to wound John ,T. lmnn, who sho U ui
loved to have robbed of t'J, M bound
over to the district court and lor botnU
fixed at f!i). Anna .Moore ii aliened to
Jiave cm lmnn about the face and trnu
with a razor when l;c accused h'l' o."
stcaliriK bis money.
Bally at GWnwood A bl; rally was
held by the .Men mid ItelUioiiH I'oi uil
Movement at lllonwooil, la , SunJay
afternoon, and an urKanlsatin.i at
formed and jdunn laid for the inu'yliiR
of the movement Into tho entire country.
Vnion services of the churches of tho
town were held in th( evening. W- !'
t'ottrell ami 1J. M. 'rossma:i of Oinuha
conducted both of tho meetings.
, Voluntary Bankruptcy Fllefl William
Hemphill, formerly real tstaie aneiu
dolm,' business In the Xcvillo bloi l;, has
filed a voluntary petition In bankruptcy
tn the federal district court. Hemphill
placed his liabilities at ?.!i.-ir.rij and his
assets nt $-10. Over thirty-five thousand
dollars of the liabilities Is due to credi
tors who have unsecured claims. The
Minnehaha. State bank of ilarretson,
S. IX Is the hardest lilt of any of Hemp
Funeral of Kri. Frohardt The f un
cial of Mrs. J. 1). Frohardt. M years old,
who clbd Hnturday ninht at the home of
lier daughter, Mrs. II. t'. Mass,
Davenport street, will be held Tuesday
ninrnlim' at 11 o'clocii from the home of
her son, K. W. Frohardt In t'ouncil
muffs. Hurlal will be at tho Methodist
church, twelve miles north of Council
Hluffw. Tuesday afternoon, where services
will also bo held. Mrs. Frohardt was
a pioneer of western Iowa where she
lived for many years and where she had
a host of friends.
Soul Mates Meet,
James AYoodard. assistant postmaster,
lias long been recognized as the right
hand man and first lleutenunt of Daniel
Cupid, but not until recently has anyone
dared to accuse him of it to Ids face.
Dast Saturday a man who said his name
was Andrew Popcl of Tekamah dropped
Into the postmaster's office and asked for
Mr. Woodard. Upon being given proper
assurance by the assistant postmaster, he
produced a clipping from a local paper,
published last July, In which It was re
lated that Miss Annlo Corslne of Indian
apolis was tired of single blessedness and
wanted a "big, breezy, open-hearted wes
terner" fur a husband, and asked the
postmaster for assistance In loc&Catj r-Mr.
a person. .
1'opcl said that the article flttwC tint
exactly and that as soon as lie raw It
he corresponded with Miss Corslne with
the? result that they were married in In
dianapolis Christmas day. That ho Is
atlsfled with his brldo was shown by
the fact that ho left a box of perfectos
on Mr. Woodard's dusk.
Mr. Woodard tays that this Is his second"
xporionce In which he his acted as an
intermediary In romances by correspon
dence. WEBSTER DELVES INTO
John I.ee Webster goes to Lincoln tp
clay to deliver an address before the
Nebraska State Historical association,
lie has prepared what he believes is a
gec-whil article dealing with early Amer
ican history and with the influence of
newspapers upon the thought and action
of the times. Ho will discuss several
other Important topics. In Ids reference
to prehistoric America he will assert and
attempt to prove that not only did mam
mals inhabit America, but races of peo
ple of a peculiar and well-developed rlv
iHzction ublded on Nebraska plains 1,j00
jears before Christ was born.
TWO OLD PEOPLE ARE HIT
BY THE DARTS OF CUPID
The oldest couple ever united In mar
l iufcp in Douglas county, according to the
lecerds, were married Sunday after
noon by Police Judge Foster In County
Judge Crawford's office. The groom Is
l.udig Neve, a farmer near Avoca, la.,
and the bride Is Mrs. Maggie Ie Grande,
mi Omaha woman. Neve Is 74 years old
mid bis wife 71.
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I CAN CURE YOU
Y h I r ptmtigraptl IruthfuMv tliowi ti ttrrlhl
ftt of rlnpuinn ism in aif , hut iilay I enjoy
I':! health trxl rivotp my lift l' iitrlug i. Iltera
A ftr vmilnB t?i)A-0) nl Buffering unto hi
Uup fir tiurty-tli )-rii. I rliacnvertvl a rem
ify tt''ti ! marten I y t ur1 in, an I 1 will laud
) i,u a t ' of ih very tint me Il h-a aiiu
1 ilely free
li.ir. ( ti4 any tyi"tv: v f- e A lerer will
t lv it !r int y
Your twlut ai la'act ioa at all t:rnfi Is i-ol-t;
ei y $ iraiitl
Kvery day Inat meant rn mtr iiy of ntt-H"
ji iu. rw writ to H T I iati j, I'tpt 1 ill.
Lii:o b.'i, oy -c va, N Y.
CHILDREN ARE GIYEN HOMES !
Charity Worker Tind Many to
Whom They Give Aid.
MORE UNDERWEAR IS REEDED
One Utile llahf I I'nnllil Dead from
Diphtheria Another Mrk rtHIt
the Same DlarMr M'
Urown-eyrd Mary, aned 8. and blue
eyed Hobert, aned t. two of the family
of six children found In d!re want Satur
day by Miss Nellie Magee of the City
mission, the father bein;; ill and the
mother unable to provide for them alone,
Were tlveii to it Mnd-hrartod woman of
Uieans Monday mmnltig to keep during the
c M w cut her.
The children were brought first to the
mission and from there were given over
to their temporary ndopted mother. They
milled broadly at the prospect of a warm
home Htlil S-Aiit iHnl Hiai- konln.1
Anoihe:' of Omaha's philanthropic wo
I men telephoned that she would Ilka tu
'have two little girl to keep while It
1 I. cold. Several others have offered to i
provide horuee for little people who
j cither ore homeless or whose parents
cannot keep them warm and fed and
Many Are I'eil.
Half a bundled men crowded the City
mission on North Tenth street yesterday
mornliiK between the heurs of It and II
o'clock They were Riven coffee and broad
and then most of them sent to work on the
Ice and some of them given odd Johs.
The last of the supply of warm caps was
reached and there are not enough stout
shoes to go around. Warm underwear in
needed more than anything else.
Many children and women railed at
the mission for aid and were given bas
kets of potatoes, bread and canned goods
for temporary help. The mission helpers
also made several visits.
One inlsnlon worker found a family In
distress In the plnce at Twentieth and
Cumings street, where a thirty-room
house has almost as many famine. One
little baby was lying dead from mem
branous diphtheria and the other waa
111 with the same disease. The father
Is quarantined and cannot work. The
family refused aid from the mission but
was sent suppllea from there nevertheless.
Father Begs His
Son to Write Home
Mayor Dahlman has received a letter
from William J. Crowley, 427 East One
Hundred and Thirty-Ninth street. New
York City, pleading for assistance In find
ing a runaway non, W, J. Crowley, Jr.
The boy's mother is near death, having
worried about the boy's absence until she
suffered nervous prostration. The lud Is
17 years old. He disappeared from his
home November 11, was known to have
been in Chicago a few days later and the
father thinks he has possibly coino to
Omaha or perhaps passed through here
on his way to the Faclflc roast. He
wants the boy to jvrite, If he will not re
turn home, and by so doing "save his
Dahlman Says it is
Cold at Kansas City
nar! fw fyr. t.t K-e iy
mayor said that was enough for him.
"It was so cold we had to wear our over
coats In the lobby of the hotel. . They
simply couldn't heat buildings down there.
I was sure glad to get back to Orrikha."
The mayor spent two days at Kxcelsior
MORE AUDITORIUM STOCK
IS GIVEN TO THE CITY
City Clerk Dan Butler has received
several letters within the last few days
from holders of shares in the Auditorium,
saying as soon as all or a majority of the
stock is donated they will give what they
hold to the city. The following additional
shares have been donated:
J. 1'. Fallen 50
Carrie Uoutelie 1
J. P. Bernhart 5
John Dale 1
Seavev F'lorshein, lirokeiage Co BO
hut her H. Tate r.
S. K. Douglas l
John H. Manchester 3)
Hobert Purvis '. IU
It. M. Peters l
John A. Metcalf 2
Henry F. Insman 25
Munrotlt Brokerage Co 5
F. C. Holllnger 50
GERMANY WANTS SOME U. P.
LITERATURE FOR LIBRARIES
The Oerman government has made a
rei'.ilsltlo:i upon the Vnion Pacific for
some of its literature relative to the Mis
souri valley and the intermountain sec
tions of the country. As a result the
advertising department Is forwarding a
large quantity of printed matter.
The Oerman officials have expressed a
desire for descriptive literature that may
be placed In the libraries and there kept
for reference purposes. In the shipment
that Is going forward are booklets de
scriptive of Nebraska, and other states
through which the t'nlon Pacific lines
run. Then there have been sent books on
irrigation, dry farming, general agricul
ture and fruit raising.
IOWA PAIR TO TRY AT
j DOUBLE HARNESS AGAIN
1 Another divorcee couple came tu Omahu
Monday to follow In the footsteps of silk
Hat Harry and Ills wife and make a
second trial at sailing together over the
matrimonial sea. William J. Winston,
: aged K and F.ffle A. Winston, aged is.
or Corning, la., divorced six months ago,
'seemed a license to Wed from "Cupid"
Fuiay, of the county cuurt office.
AGED FLORIST FOUND
DEAD AT ROOMING HOUSE
J.jM-h Staine!, hr-U 6fc yeurs, fur seveial
tars a tcxi'leut of Omaha and t'ouncil
; tiljffs and at onii tune owner of tho
lai'btrt fl"'i- hoaso In the trl-Cltles, tva
fuitnd uVad yesterday morning- at 8:
i at b"l North Hil-nth street, where he
hail h'en rooming for some time. Mr.
Htaim l was taken ill four days ago and
had besn confined to Ms room. No doctor
attended him. When the i liamht rinai.l
went Into Ills room she found his llfu-
; less body. The roroner has taken charuu
of the body and will hi.ld an autopsy thl
I afternoon to ilrtrrmine the cause of death.
Kraldrtt l Meam
i or scon lud by a fire, apply llin kirn's
j Arnica Salve, t'urrs ill-s, loo, and the
worst sores. tJuaranteed. Only l'or
Uuie by Bi'dton Lrug Co.
ri0NEEL:uL0I,,?"? rLAINSiCITY TO LEARN FARM IDEAS
CtUiMM, W. F. CUIY.
Colonel Cody and
Recall Early Days
Colonel W. F. Cody was nt the Hrnndels
theater last nlpbt, with his sisters, Mre.
C.oodwln and Mrs. Decker, bis daughter
Irinn, his grnnddnughter and his brother-in-law.
Mr. Decker. The party is on the
way to New York from Cody. Wyo.
At tho theater Colonel Cody ran Into
Lieutenant Hayes of the police force, and
tho two proceeded to have a reunion at
once. It was just forty years ago, and
about this sort of weather, that the
colonel and the lieutenant, one a scout
and the other u sergeant of tho Cnlted
States cavalry, started with Crand Duke
Alexis of liussia on the famous buffalu
hunt south of old Fort Mcl'herson. The
old pals reminisced nt pome length, and
somethintr upon the soldier's cheek
washed off the stains of powder" as they
shook hands and mid good night.
Colonel Cody showed a magnificent pair
of curt buttons, li'ige buffalo heads done
In gold and studded with diamonds, which
were made nt Tifft ny's at the order of
the grand duke and presented to him In
memory of the hunt. A pin of similar
design accompanied thfi cuff buttons, but
this has been replaced on the scarf of
tha colonel by one of more ipodest
dimensions, presented by the lute King
Kdward VII of Kngland.
"When the grand duke gave me that
outfit." said the colonel, "I went down to
New York, and the newspapers said
'The grand duke hns presented Hill Cody
with some cuff buttons, and he has come
to New York to get a uhlrt to wear
thorn In. "
Keep Family from
Asking for Charity
A small boy's 'thrift and the Omaha
postal savings bank are responsible for
the fact that the Bepstein family In the
1,600 block Cass titrect are not suffering
from lack of warmth and food. Last
November when the postal savings bank
ouened, little C-year-old Morris Sepsteln,
b'3. l il jiiwsnuv. wasV iiie of the first
"i:i;v'a tlA S'Ailv vrv iny he
would buy savings Htamps with some oi
the money ho earned selling paper. Sat
urday he withdrew tho savings ot nearly
two months and poured it into his
mother's lap Just In time to save her
from making a visit to the balvatlon
Mr. Sepsteln Is an Invalid and his wife,
assisted by little Morris, support the en
tire family of seven. Neighbors noticed
that they seemed to be in want and they
notified several charitable organizations.
When investigation was made it was
learned that tho little boy had come to
the resccue with his small hoard which
he had been Bavlng in secret to buy a
baby carriage for the youngest Sepsteln
and that their attentions were not nec
essary for a while at least.
The Sepstelns came here from Chicago
last August where Mr. Sepsteln was u
carriage-maker before he became ill.
OMA HOTEL HEARING ON
UNDER THE ALBERT LAW
Guy M. Wurdell, a detective for the
Anti-Saloon league, and Sergeants Sig
wart and t'ooU and Detective Steve Ma
loney of the Omaha police department,
testified for the state Monday at the hear
ing on application for a permanent Albert
law injunction against the lima hotel be
fore Judge Charles Leslie In the equity
division of the district court. The police
officers testlfixl that prior to the begin
ning of the action the hotel bore tb rep
utation, of a disorderly house. Sergeant
sticwiLi t said he frequently bad seen per
sons of evil repute going In and out of
the place. Wurdell testified that he and
another private detective visited the
place and while there bought beer and
met vomen who behaved IpiproiH-rly.
NATIONAL BANKS TO HOLD
MEETINGS ON WEDNESDAY
Annual meetings of the national bankK
of Omaha and South Omaha will be held
Wednesday, some in the forenoon and
some In the atternooii.
and other ills, due to an inactive condi
tion of the Liver, Stomach ind Bowel,
may be obtained most pleasantly and
most promptly by using Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. It U Dot new
and untried remedy, but is used by
million of wQ-informed families through
out the world to deuue and sweeten
and strengthen the system whenever a
l&xative remedy is needed.
When buying note the full name
of the Company California Pig Syrup
Co., printed on every pacing of tha
Regular price 50 per bot one size only.
ror sale by all leading druggist.
Rural Life Commission Will Tell
What the Farmers Think.
AT FARM CONVENTION IN OMAHA
Joint lertlna of Commission, I'nn-ri-
anil t o-Oprrnt 1 e 1IIiih
Association to lie Held
This i rk,
Most interesting feature to the general
public, pcrhiipi. of the convention of
farmers In Omaha Wednesday to Satur
day, liu lusive, will be the disclosure,
through the Nebraska lioral Life com
mission, of the Ideas of the farmeis rc
gardbig their own condition, the cause
of the movement to toe city and wnvs of
keeping the bo) a and girls on the faun.
Some of these Ideas are, according to
Secretary Udell or the commission, that
the farmer Is taxed more than his share,
that tho city keeps the good school
teachers and sends the poor ones to the
country, and. strange as it may seem,
that tho pi Ice of farm lands 1ms been
boosted ton high.
The commission will base Its report of
farm conditions In Nebraska on answers
male bv thousands of farmers to n list
of (Uestlnns sent out by the commission,
some of which follows:
"Are the farm homes of your neighbor,
hood us good as they should be, under ex
"Are the schools training boys and Kills
satisfactorily for farip life?
"Do the farmers get tho returns they
should from the sale of farm products?
"Do the farmers receive from the high
ways, railroads, trolley lines, etc., the
set vice they should be given?
"Aro the renters of your farmers mak
ing a satisfactory livlnn?
"What, in )our opinion, Is the most
Important single thing that may be done
for the betterment of farm life in Ne
WiieKtloni are aWo asked as to the adr
nuncy of the postal service, rural tele
phones, religious facilities and tax laws,
an.l tho effectiveness of co-operative buy
ing and selling organisations.
The convention this week will he a
Joint session of the Netiraska Farmers'
congress, Nebraska Uural Lire commis
sion and the Farmers' Co-operative Grain
and I.lve Slock Statn association. All
meetings will be at the Uome hotel, ex
cept the business sessions of the co-operative
association, which will be nt the
Mlllaid. A program of addresses by men
well versed In farm problems Is offered.
SCALDED BY HOT WATER
J. H. Smith, flrctn.ta on one of the
Northwestern switch engines In tho local
yards, was badly scalded about the shoul
ders and back Monday afternoon when
a steam pipe bursted In t,he cab, covering
the upper portion of his body with boil
ing water. At the time of the accident
Smith was sitting In his cab at Ninth and
Ho was attended by Police Surgeon Har
ris and taken to the Methodist hospital.
His condition Is serious.
AD CLUB MEN SELECT
The following men have been selected
by the board of directors of the Omaha
Ad club as mor.ibors of the executive
nommlMeA- Punn p. Kodrea, chairman;
R. 11. Manley, A. C. Scott, T. H. Cole
man, George Pray, O. K. McCune and
Charles A. Allien. These and the five
officers of the club constitute the commit
tee. They will meet tomorrow noon at the
I'axton to outline a program for the club
for the year.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
This supplies pure blood by aidinf digestion, increasing aisimi'ion and im
parting tone to the whole circulatory system. Its a heart tonic and greut deal
more, having an alterative action on the liver and kidneys, it helps to eliminate
the poisons from the blood.
To enrich the blood and increase the red blood corpuscles, thereby feeding
the nerves on rich red blood and doing away with nervous irritability, take
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and do not permit dishonest dealer
lo insult your intelligence with the " just as good kind. " The " Discovery "
has 10 yrart cum behind it and contain no alcohol or narcotic. Ingredi
ents plainly printed on wrapper.
Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of
stamp to pay expense of wrapping and mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for the French cloth-bound book. Address: Dr, K.V. Pierce, buffalo, N. V.
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stiff qinos' auio3 9J n'o osjnoa jq
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To move stocks merchants arc justified in making reductions, but they are
not justified in endeavoring to mislead the public. Such ridiculous claims as
some advertisers make are an insult to every self-respecting person. Half off
on a suit or overcoat means that the original selling price was boosted way up.
It must make tho fellow who paid full price feel sick to learn that his suit
or overcoat is worth only half what he paid for it.
mean better clothing and without a taint of suspicion. Our entire winter stock
of men's suits and overcoats is selling rapidly. Your unrestricted choice at our
LEGITIMATE regular price less 25',, .
No broken lots and odd sizes but regular goods in all sizes.
Omaha's Largest and Best Equipped Clothing Store.
FURAY GIYES URE MILLIONS'
Cash and Securities Totaling $2,
850,379.76 for New Treasurer.
CITYS SHARE OVER A MILLION
Wen lli on llniul Surprise to All but
I'nray, Snjs I re Hooka of the
Itetlrlnu Treasurer III
t.ood ( onil It Ion.
Frank A. Pursy, retlrlag city and
county treasurer, has completed the trans
fer of f2 .'. :!7:.7ti in cash and securities to
tho new Incumbent, V. tl. Ire. "The
amount," said Treasurer Fro, "was a
surprise to every one except Ml. Fumy."
Tho books were found In excellent shape
and tho transfer wan completed In n
third of the lime usually reipilred. The
division of the amount turned over t
Mr. Fre Is as follows:
Douglas Co. cash.. 9 IKW.Oril.M
1 oug las Co. war
rants reg. t- held
as an Investment S.4M Sl$ C7l.Rr3.07
Cliy of Omaha cash l.lS2,3'Ji so
Honds and warrant
held as Investment lilo,Sol.S."
City bunds. Murphy
binary fund 10,000.00
Of. of deposit, Mur
phy library fund.. Ml. 00- 1,303.:.90.65
School hoard cash.. rV,ti:.'i.Srt
Warrants held by
school board ii.0.l tl
Hull, Is held by
school boa-d a,".f.0")
Stock, H. Kosewatcr
scholarship fund .. 10,000.00- C;7,2S7.j7
Cash In teachers' re
tlrenunt fund ill SO
Honds In teachers'
retirement fund... 14.0o0.00 14,019.86
Cash, met. police re
lief fir pension fund Cr.(l 4r
Investment, met. po- -....
lice r. e p. fund.. S7.000.0O- 3i,5,HJ.4.
Trust funds dep. by
antee of good faith 79..W2.W
FORTY-FOUR NOW HAVE
There are now forty-four candidates for
the nomination for city commissioner,
one blank has been filed with the reipils
lt number ot signers. Following Is a list
of the latest men for whom blanks are
now being circulated: needier lllgby,
It. H. Hennett. Fred II. Mlllener, C. II.
Pukln, John N. Weather. John Crnnt,
Charles Karlmch, Charles Shabata, Jo-
If the blood it poor and filled with the
poitoni from diseased kidneys or insotiva
liver, the heart is not only starved but
poisoned as well. Titer are many con
ditions due to impure blood such at
dropsy, laintinf spells, nervoua debility
or the many scrofulous conditions, ulcers,
" fever-sores," white twelli"t, eto. All
can be overcome end cured by
srph Carr. Fred .1. Watson, F. A. i-inrnott,
I'.ugi lie Sleere
Price of Steam Coal
Up; Shortage Feared
If had weather rontlnues another week,
a serious famine In fleam coal Is feared
In Omaha. Alremlv the supply hns he
ounio so low that dealers have advanced
prices 10 cents a ton, ,
Steam coal consist of the screening;
from the mine, ami Is shipped dully as
It In mieened out from the nut coal. It
cannot ho stored In Iiuko nuanlltles be
cause it would tiike fire by spontaneous
combustion. Whenever railroad traffic Is
seriously Interfered with, the fhnrtaKC
The price Is now n ton. a figure Mill
less thun Unit ohtnliiliiM: on the same date
lust year. Kaelorles and office ImlUllnKs
can use nut coal, but It will co.it them
or a ton more thun steam coal.
In spite of the cold weather and heavy
demand for coal, prices on domestic coal,
both hard and soft, have not advanced.
They are 00 cents a ton lower than a year
KIESER TALKS RELIGIOUS
MOVE AT CENTRAL CITY
A largely attended mcrtlnir of men In
tho opera house nt' Central City. Neb.,
As! Your Dnrior
Talk with your doctor about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla.
Ask him If he prescribes it for pale, delicate children. Ask him
if he recommends it when the blood is thin and Impure, and
when t' e nerves are weak and unsteady. Ask him if it aids
nature in building up the general health. 1ArifS,
DR. DRADBUKY, DtNTIST
1SU6 Farm St.
Plate 12.00 Vp
Extracting S5o Up
FlUlnga 60c Up
Crown 12.50 Up
Brld-ework $2.60 Up M Years'.
John W anamaker
World's Great Retail Merchant
Believes in Efficiency
3 OKU WHlHlXEK
Accept the Advice of
The Omaha Bee
And investigate The Bee's offer which affords you an ex
cellent opportunity to obtain the complete course in Busi
ness Administration of The La Salle Extension University
under the most favorable circumstances.
It is for the ambitious only, however for the man
who wants to increase his earning capacity, whether he
be bookkeeper, bank clerk, bank cashier, advertising man,
stenographer, auditor, salesman, or any employe in the
The La Sallo Extension University makes presidents,
firm partners, department managers, and chief execu
tives of clerks, bookkeepers and routine workers of today.
The Ouiah llee, Cmiaha, Ncb.i
Mi-am tend me, without charge, complimentary Jecture entitled
"Eduoallou and Business Leadership," also full Information con
cernliiK your special ulter with reference to the course In Business
Administration of the l.a Halle lCxlensloii University.
.uint) .. ,
liusluass Address ., , ,
li t Town
wns addressed by Henry V. Klcser on tho
Men nnd Itellclon Komnrd Movement.
Immediately after the meeting derinllo
plan were laid for i proaresslve policy
hi tho rcllBlous llfo of tho entire county.
Krnest K. Swanxou, 2SC Corby street,
frame dwcllliur. II. wm.
Key to the Fltuatlon Pee Advertising.
For Chilblains, Frost
Bites and All Sore Feet
Many persons dread the approach of
winter on account of chilblains and frost
bites which cause a soreness and Itching
at times almost unbearable, frequently
brlnnlng; on a nervous conditlyh. To thoso
thus afflicted the following treatment
will bo welcome Information as it rIvcs
Immediate relief mid soon cures. "Pis
solve two tablespoonfuls of Ca lochia com
pound In a basin of warm water (not
hot). Puak the feet In this for fifteen
minutes. Keprat this for several nights
tint1! the trouble disappears.
The action of t'nloclile compound for
all foot ailments lR rrallv remarkable.
Hy Its usn corns and callouses can b
peeled IlKht oTf. Hweatv, smellv feet and
lemler nchinsr feet need but a few appll
cmlons. llunlons iret relief Instantly. Anv
driiKRlst hits It In stock or will net It
from Ids wholesale house. A twenty-five
cent package Is usually sufficient to put
the worse feet In fine condition. Adv.
Fhon Dof. 17S6.
Mlisloft TmUs tipplleil
without Plates or BrldfG
work. Ifrnei rtmoTod
wlthoat pnln. Tfork irsr
ontred ten year ft.
Jo'in Wanamaker, owner of two of tho
largest department stores In the world,
employes an educational director who
conduct oour.-.eji for employes of his
Mores, from clerks to department heads,
with a view to Increasing their efficiency
ami preparing them for advanced work.
The Fllene etore In Itoaton has an
efficiency director whose business It Is
tu keep up and Increase the efficiency
or all employes. The first efficiency
director Is now connected with tha
Harvard Graduate (School of Business
Administration. The knowledge that
these efficiency directors are uslnf
as a basis of their work, M exactly the
Kurt of knowledge that Is being in
parted to those who are taking tho
Business Administration course of The
X,a Ball Extension University.
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