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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1912.
PHONE DIVIDEND DECLARED
Directory of Consolidated Company
- Order it on Preferred Stock.
EEFER INDEPENDENT COMMON
Tt ulslsa IwM ( Make Riln
terns ea Llnee aad TTret Ead at
City Will Prebabljr Be Pint
te sjeeelve Benefit.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Bfflcers snd directors of ths lndepcndent
Xabraaka Telephone company was held
yesterday afternoon In the new Scott
street exchange build inc. Casper K. Tost,
president of the Nebraska Telephone com
pany, and General Granville M. Dodge,
resident of the new consolidated com
pany, were the central figures, although
11 of tha officers of the Nebraska com
pany and officers and directors of the
Council Bluffs company wers present A
I per cent semi-annual dividend was de
clared on the preferred stock of the Coun
cil Bluffs company, and a decision was
leached to extend the lines and Increase
the service In Council Bluffs during the
The other officers prat, at were O. S.
If cFarland, general manager; O. H. Pratt,
general construction superintendent, and
W. A. Ptxley, general auditor, of Omaha;
General Dodge, president; E. H. Msrrtam.
vice president: T. O. Turner, treasurer;
C. D. l'armales. secretary, and C O.
Saunders, general solicitor, all officers
and sll directors of the Council Bluffs
company. There was a good deal of fav
orable commendation of the work socom
plisbed by Manager Kit an and the mem
bers of the Council Bluffs operating and
construction department upon the success
ful transition of ths old to the new order
of things. There was no allusion to ths
question of the proposed royalty of I per
ent of the gross receipts of ths company
la accordance with tha provisions of the
Independent company's charter.
When the matter of declaring the semi,
annual dividend on ths preferred stock
of the consolidated companies came up
for considers! ion tha deferred dividend
the common stock of the Independent
company was discussed. It wsa decided
that owing to the heavy expense In
curred In the consolidation of ths two
systems, which, Including the new build
ing, switchboard, conduits and cables and
tha contemplated extensions of ths Unas,
Hill involve an expenditure of more thaa
$U,m, that so dividend on the common
stock could be paid for ML Ths ooa
wicMes was expressed, however, that this
ateek by the end of another year would
be earning dividends very satisfactory to
Its holders and that the Investment would
prove still more satisfactory with each
. The territory to be covered by the ex
tensions of tha service Bnea la ths city
were not made public but It was Intl.
sealed that tha west and would be taken
tnte early sons! deration. It was alas In.
ttmatsd that ths company was out for
business and was going after It
"It la the Intention of ths company to
grew Council Bluffs the very best tals
yhoae ssi lice possible," said Colonel
Suburban News and Gossip
A. Baucher has returned from Little
Mrs. Joseph Lows left last Tuesday foi
a visit in Chicago.
A son was born to If r. and Mrs. Richard
Schneider on last Tuesday.
A son wsa born to Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Llndberg oa last Thursday.
Mrs. Ben Morton wss hostess to the
Even Dosea card club Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hsndley and fsrolly moved
during the last week to Plsttsmouth. mo.
Mrs. C. H. Hall was hostess for the
N. 8. club at her .home Wednesday after-
Knoxville Editor v
: Says He is Certain
That Revivals Pay
Ths Knorvtlle (Iowa) Express, published
down where the stats hss established a
lag emporium, answers some Impertinent
croestlons that are being asked through
ths editorial columns ef towa country
newspapers, following "Billy" Sundays
not ancient exploit ot raising t7,M in
one campaign at Waterloo. The Knox
vllle paper has this:
The Red Oak Express Is green enough
ts ask. 'Do Revlvale Payr Why, you
. poor Moalgomery county sinner, you
o seat to be ashamed of your Ignorance.
I'ayt Why, of course, they psy. Billy
Bunds, ths former baas ball player,
dosed a meeting tha other day at A ft on
with M wcceeeioAa' and Put In Billy's
'pockets. Didn't that pay, you sordid
worldling, when tt only took two weeks?
And Evangel 1st Williams closed a m
lag at Xaasas City not long ago and car
ried away n.aK Didn't that payt you
sordid worldling? Dtda't that psy, yon
misers bis unregenerated Interrogation
point? Cite us a revival that ever lost
. money. Do they pay? Why. If the crank
at Red Oak doa't quit asking such fool
ash questions ws'U cut him. eft our ex-
. change list and leave him groping In
outer darkness. There arc towns la Iowa
so addicted to the revival habit that they
win pay a revivalist more cash for
three weeks stand than they pay their
hardworking pastors tor a whole year.
And the to think that nnregeaeratsd
bulldog down en the banks of ths Mehna
hotaa win raise a creak and ask: 'Do
revivals pajrr " j
T. D. Tuttls of Qulney, III., Is a guest
at the home of his son, G. H. Tuttls and
The Renson firs densrtment will hold
Uta regular monthly meeting on Monday
Mrs. Kdward Welsh ts entertaining at
her home Miss Gertrude Godeli of Fre
Mrs. tteorge Raurwlne of Gering. Neb .
It visiting st the Saurwlne home on Weet
lliu ferollna Prlneaa of Benson and
Jack Zelgler of Omaha were married on
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wedrlck df Scrlbner.
Neb., spent a day ot the last week visiting
at the Hlns borne.
is mmA v., ci w Houlston era enter
taining at their home Dr. Pearl Townee nd
of David City, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smock have gone
lo ilvs In Portland. Ore,, where Mr.
smock holds a position.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Williams returned
home last Monday evening from a
month's trip to California.
The Social Hour club was entertained
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Herman Wultf of Dundee.
Union prayer meetings will be held dur
ing this month snd next week's meeting
will be at the Baptist church.
Mrs, Thomas P. Smith hss returned to
her home after a few days' visit with
her daughter In Crelghton. Neb.
The Woodmen ot the World lodge and
Woodman Circle will entertain Tuesday
evening at the Odd Fellows' halL
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fame visited at
ths Killlaa horns while on their way home
from the west to Des Moines, la.
The Benson kenstngton wss enter
tained at a 1 o'clock dinner Friday at
the home of Mrs. W. H. Tsrton.
The B. U . and Three Are's club gave
dsnclng and card party last Thursday
evening. Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Our M. Palmer ware sur
prised at their home last Thursday even
ing by about twenty of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hanev announce the
engsgement of their daughter. Miss Mabis
to Karl J. ferry 01 stars naiuown. is.
Ths English I,uthersa Ladles' Aid
soolety will have a meeting and lunch at
tha home ot Mrs. nana jonnsoa weo nee-
The Benson Harmony club met last
Tuesday afternoon at ths boms of Mies
Lulu prior, when a Back program was
Last Tuesday svsnlng a number of
young people of Ihe Baptist church were
entertained at the home ot Rev. and Mrs.
Roy Wlnthars of Benson and Miss
Carrie Ebnar of Council Bluffs wers mar
ried W ednesday at the horns ot ths bride a
Miss Berenice Iloutslnn hss returned
home from a two months' visit at Ihe
home ef her grandmother In Marshall'
Mrs. E. K Huffman of Omaha will en
tenein the Methodlat Iedles' Aid sonsti
snd friends at a musical and lunci
The officers of Ihe High School re
bating society ere: Messrs. D. Donnelly
Clarence Hterns. Keren Blair and Miss
Mrs. C. H. Brumflsld wss hostess lo
the Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society lest
Wednesday, when a lunch was served
during the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Robertson have re
turned from a trip to Iowa. They wers
accompanied horns by Mrs. W, K. Neel,
who Is bow tneir guest.
Mr. and Mrs. John MrOuIrs were called
to Kansas City last wsek hy the death of
their son. Arthur van Horn, rosy ac
companied the body to Blair, rise.
Mrs J. E Cramer entertained at lunch
eon last Wednesday, when oovers were
laid tor Meedsmes ogden. Mills and pat'
torsos of Omaha and Miss Irma Mills ot
Ths Hawthorns society of the high
school elected the following officers:
President, Oecsr Olson: vice president.
Mabel Btsnberg; secretary, Emma nun.
dell; treasurer, Ethel Bell Is.
Ths Woman's Christian Temperance
union met at tha home of Mrs. C W.
Brumfleld Friday afternoon, when a die.
mission en Juvenile court wss
with Mrs. II y man as leader.
The funeral aervices of Mrs. Mary Ann
Osborn, who died Monday at Ihe horns of
her daughter, Mrs, Bliss wngnt, at the
wss postponed on account of sickness In
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Wallace, who have
leen visiting Mrs. Wslsoe's mother. Mrs
Trscy, left for their home Wednesday
Mrs. Margaret Storms died at her resi
dence, 723 Main street, Sunday morning
and was buried Tuesday In Forest Lawn
Mrs. Bentley O. McCloud and son of
Chicago will arrlvo Tuesday for a month's
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
The executive committee of the Fruit
Growers' ansoclstlon met at the Eagies'
hall Mondsy to talk over plans for the
Miss Biles, who hss been the kinder
garten teacher In the Florence school for
eeversl years, resigned the beginning of
the new term. '
Wednesday evening st the home of Mr.
snd Mrs. Cnsrles Bauhman occurred the
marriage of Mrs. Beughman's brother.
Jnretih Palmanleer. nnd Miss Anna
Blonenksnl. both of Tekamsh. Iter. Mr.
Butter of the Florence Presbyterian
church performed the ceremony.
A number of persons dissatisfied with
the raise In rstua ot ths different Insur
ance companies met at ths city hall on
Tuesday evening to talk over the mutter.
They appointed a committee to look Into
the dirrerent plans ot Insurance ana ll
thought feasible le organise a new mutual
COMMERCIAL CLUB LOOKS
FOR TAR ROAD COVERING
Far the purpose of Interesting Ihe good
roads committee of the Commercial dub
la a new road-making asphalt tar, j. D.
Harbsek. tha Chicago r spree intatrve of
tha Standard Oil company, has been In
the city tor a couple of days, A special
at the Commercial stub commit.
la asd other members Interested m ths
and seeds movesnent was held la the
dub tooms. Mr. Hsrbeck waa pres
la company with J. W. Kelly, the Stand
srd's local representative, and tor half
an hour or mora dstsilsd ths propositi :u
the Standard company would Uks to sub
mit for the consideration oc tne i
. rosds boosters.
The expense wss toemd to be toe great
but It Is probable that corns experiments
U1 be ssada under the direction of the
dab and the road workers during ths
air- The work of raising ths no.
avecaal road fund started by the otter of
Ernest M. Hart and the First National
bank of the gift at LM baa sot 1
completed, and there ts new available
nly the amount put trrte the fund
the street carnivals.
August Ruser was a carter at Ralston
Mrs. Tom Short and little son wers
shopping In Oimtha Friday.
Miss Daaerman la the new operator at
the central office in Ralston.
Mrs. Corbett M spending s few days In
Council Bluffs this week with her father.
Miss Msyola Propst ot Mynard, Neb..
Is spending a fsw dsys In ths village this i
Miss Msrtha Klger of Omaha Is spend
ing the week with bar sister, Mrs. W. B.
Charles Belohlavek and wifs and Ill's
Prances Belohlavek spent last Sunday
with A. Belohlavek and family.
Miss Cva Morrow of Homestead snd
Miss Viola Whltehlll of Omaha attended
the train us reds bail at Ralston Wednes
Miss Emma Tillman gavs a delightful
party Tuesday evening to a number ot
nor friends. Gamss and social conversa
tion made Ihe evening pass very quickly.
The Literary society hold Its first liter
ary last Friday evening and waa largely
attended. Wuite a nice program waa
rendered and the debs to waa, as usual.
The masqusrsds ball given Wednesday
evening st Hlllslds psrk wss a eurcessful
sffalr and was la ehsrge of C. H. Hardin-
brook. Several prises were given snd It
wss largely attended by a number of out-
Mr. and Mrs. Genres Hoffman enter
tained at cards Tueedsy evening at their
home south of town. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hani, Mr. and
Mrs. George Meadows. Mr. and Mra
George Wllg and Mr. and Mra, Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Furlong and daugh
ters, Grace and Ruth, of Steamboat
Springs, Colo., arrived Sunday morning
over ins Burlington rnr a visit with Mrs.
f urlong s slaters. Miss Evelyn Taylor snd
Mra. T. Prnnsi. Mr. snd Mrs. Furlong
snd Mrs. William Taylor of plattsmouth
leave in a tew nays tor st. tugusuns
snd St. Petersburg. Fla., where they will
spend tnc remainoer ol ins winter.
aga of gi years, wss held last Thursday
afternoon at tne . home
Bralley ef Omaha.
at Mra E. F.
Mrs. F. R. Wesde. who has been 111. Is
M. B. Potter hss been on ths sick list
the last week.
The city council met at the city hall
Mono ay evening.
Miss lerlroe Brlsbia entertained a tew
man da Saturday.
Mrs. R. A. Ooldlng baa been 111 for a
wees wiin tae grip.
The school board met at the school
house Tuesday evening.
Archie Voget. who has been sick for
two weeks. Is Improving.
The Brtdss club met at tha horns ot
Mrs. J. B. asrtsbla Friday.
William Kelly, whs has been sick tor
the last week, is Improving
'. H. Snyder Is putting In an acetylene
gas ngnting piant sa nia ianu.
S. D. Bouvter ef Fort Calhoun visited
with Florence mends Monday.
Elmer Taylor and Mrs. Minnie Inseaa
were snarfled Thursday evening.
Florence hose company No. 1 will meet
Monday evening at tne city Ball.
H. L. Snyder sold ten seres of his farts
this week to Mrs. A bote Petersen.
Mrs. K. L. Plats was the guest of Mrs.
A. C. Christ ensos la South Omaha Friday.
Mra Thomas Thlrtls wss Ihe guest of
trlends snd relatives in Omaha this wsek.
Mlas Carrie Parks entertained a few ot
her friends at her hems Monday averting.
Ths Ponca Improvement club well meat
at the Ponca school house Monday at ler-
and Mrs. William Ecksrrode, 0 Web
John Rhlem, who purchased 'he resi
dence of H E. Johnson at 6012 Isard
street, has moved In.
Dr. F. 8. Whitman s removing with
his wife to Wichita. Ksn . where a flat
tering business opportunity was offered
The Ladies' Aid society of ths Dundee
Presbyterian church will meet Friday
afternoon, February 16. with Mrs. H. J.
Miss Jeenette Jaeger will entertain a
number of her young friends st a valen
tine tarty Wednesday evening, Feb
Mra H. E. Johnson snd son. George,
have gone to Artesia, X- M.. to spend
the rvmalnder of the winter and spring
month.! with relstlves.
Miss Lurlle Dodder entertained the
Phllathra class of the Dundee church at
her horr.e Tuesday evening. About fif
teen guests were present
Mr. snd Mrs, 11. II. Reed entertstned
Informslly st bridge Mondey evening.
Prises were won by Mr. snd Mrs. A. C
Keed snd Miss Klitabeth Kruger.
Captsln and Mrs. F. B. iAurencs, for
merly of Omaha, now of New London.
Conn., were guests st dinner Wednesday
evening of Mrs. Henry C. Van Gleson.
The Dundee Woman's club met Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. F. M. Car
mlcheei. when Henry James' "Portrait of a
Lady" was ths subject under discussion.
Mrs. D. C. Dodds entertained a church
circle Tuesday afternoon, and Mrs. I. H.
Arey and Mrs. u beret entertained; circles
on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
A number of Dundee people were guests
st the bridge party given Monday even
ing by Mrs. Allen Parmer In Omaha for
Mrs. Kemp Middleksuf ot Denver, who
has been the gueet duriiig part of her
stsy here of Mr. snd Mrs. T. I. Elllck.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Talmage entertained
at bridge Tuesday evening, when about
tnlrty-two guests were present. The
Isdles prizes were won by Mrs. L. D.
I pham and Mra. Royal D. Miller, snd
ths gentlemen's were won by Joseph Pol
car and W. E. Rhoades.
Burd Miller spent part of the wsek la
Chadron on business.
Miss Edith Patterson has gone to Din
er tor a months visit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Patterson have lust
returned rrom a western trip.
Mrs.-J. P. Palmer has gone lo Wsu-
ksgsn. III., to visit her parents.
Mra. H. O. Bell, who has been vary 111
tor several weexe, is improving.
Miss Mary Lee Ha entertained a number
ot her young friends Saturday at her
Mrs. Burd Miller wss hostess for ths
o. P. M. Luncheon clueTuesdsy after
Joseph Polcar returned Tuesday from a
trip to nsw I org ana otnsr eastern
R. A. Swartwout was called to Fremont
during the week by the death ot his
A daughtir was born Isst week to Mr.
West Asa birr.
Lester Do VoL who has been so 111.
aoie to ait up
Mrs. I Ars Jensen has moved to her new
home on Forty-first and Msrtha.
Mrs. Gsorss Peterson of 1est Ambler
Is very III at St. Joseph's hospital.
B. Kldd of Ecksrmsn hsd a serious
stroke of paralysis Thursday evening.
Mrs. Lars Jensen and son. Henry, were
guests ef Mrs. Jens Jensen en Thursday.
M. Moore spent ths last week In IJn-
coin with his daughter, Mrs. Mabsl Mo-Grail.
The Misses Ethel and Margaret Gross
attended a party In North Omaha on
Miss P. Jensen has succeeded Miss
Catherine While as sights crsde teacher
at the Beals school.
Major Cress of South Omaha wss the
guest or Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Miller en
Wednesday for dinner.
Earl Moore of Unrein and his niece.
Helen MoUrall. spent ths Isst week with
his parents, Mr. snd Mrs. M. Moore.
Mra. Clay Petersen hsd as her guests
Mrs. John Gasis and daughter. Mis.
Frank Hensman. for luncheon on Thurs-
The Willing Workers of West Side will
give a valentine social at ths horns of
Mrs, W. Mead on Forty-sixth avsnus and
Mason Friday evening. ' .
The Willing Workers of Henderson Me
morial met at ths home of Mrs. Roy
Frasells on Forty-sixth avenua Thurs
day afternoon. Several musical numbers
were given on ths plaao by Miss Gertruds
Koessig. Twenty women were present
Refreshments were served by the hostess.
The next meeting will be at the home ot
Mrs. 4. H. Benewlts, Frldsy.
SPAGHETTI NIGHT !
Once a Week la Every Home
Tn the avneeicen households Where the
nourishing value of the different foods Is
understood ' Spaghetti isigm is a wecs
ly event On that night a great dish of
savory, steaming spaghetti takes tne
center of the table and becomes the
feature of the menu. Meats are not
needed, for spaghetti gives sll the
nourishing elements the body requires.
It Is not only a dish that all enjoy, but
one that costs so little. A Kb pscksgs of
Faust Spaghetti makes a real opagneiu
Night for a big family.
Faust Spaghetti is msds from the fin
est quality Durum wheat, which Is so
rich in gluten. It Is made la the clean
est factory In the country, under the
most sanitary conditions. It Is packed ,
in sealed packages, so Its psrlty. good
ness and freshness are preserved until
It reaches your kitchen. Get a package
of Faust Spaghetti at your dealer's and
give your family a real "Spaghetti
Nights just try It once and you will
make It a weekly institution. 6c and lc
packages st all grocers. Writs for free
book of Fsust Recipes.
1221 W. Loals Avenue, St, Louis, Mo.
MAN CRIPPLED BY PARALYSIS
DROWNS SELF IN BATHTUB
MA RSHALLTOWX, Is.. Feb. 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) After an Illness of several
years due to paralysis. Chsrles Drum,
aged 7t years, a well known eltlxen, com
mitted suicide tonight by drowning.
Drum filled a bath tub full ot water
whers his dsad body was found by his
wife, when she returned home.
.Sana's Delegates Named.
LOGAN. Is.. Feb. ll.-(8pecisl.)-John
Brown snd Mrs. W. W. Latta ware ap
pointed yesterday to represent the Fsrro-
ers' club at the Iowa Stats Farmers" club
meetings, to be held at Dss Moines March
t and 7. As C. W, Hunt, a member ot the
local club. Is president of the state club
a large delegaUon will doubtless go from
Harrison county to attend tha state meet
Martlw I .sage Jery Disagrees.
MUSCATINE. IS.. Feb. ll.-Dtssr.ree-ment
by ths Jury resulted today In the
trial ot Martin Langs. Indicted on a
charge ot throwing rocks and other
missiles at the non-unon workers, ths
second ot the series ot cases growing
cut cf the button workers atriks here.
The Jury had been out twentyhree
hours. - - '
Coasting Ride Fatal.
IOWA C1TT, la., Feb. ls.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Joseph Bsnesh, Jr.. son of Joseph
Benesh of Solon, was instantly killed in
a coasting accident near his father's farm
Leas a e Pask Iseprwvssseats.
LOO AN. Is.. Fsb. ll.-Hpeclal.)-At the
meeting of the commcrdsl club here Isst
svsnlng ths proposition to erect a stand
pipe wss thorooshly Indorsed, and, ac
cording to members ot the council, the
matter will be pushed through to com
pletlon ss soon as the weather will ad
Gaaskllag Resort Raided..
IOWA CJTT. la, Feb. H.-iflp'itlal Tele
gram. A gamMIng room operated by
John Hanley was raided today by Iowa
City police and Henley, together with
twenty other men, were arrested.
lews Nsevs Nates,
GLEN WOOD-A large grey wolf was
captured seven miles south of Olenwood
ov tne oners er issso innnu. siwr
ten and one-half hours run. There were
four doss In theerene snd they ran down
and killed the animal after this record
endurance run. . .
OI.KNWOOD County ' Superintendent
George E. Masters has been appointed by
State Superintendent Deyoe, a member of
the "Better Iowa Schools Commission."
This oommlslon Is ths result of a move
ment set on foot by ths teschers' sssocl
ation of ths ststs for ths betterment of
rural snd small towa schools.
GLEN WOOD In ths case ot George
Bolleau of Red Oak against T. Q. Records
of Olenwood, Judge Arthur ordered a ver
dict for the defendent. Records. Mr. Rec
ords purchsaed a tract of land southeast
of Olenwood at tax sale. Attsr ths usual
length of time he received a tax deed.
He quit claimed ths land to Mr.' Bolleau
In exchange for a lot valued at (1.0s) In
Red Oak and B6 cash. - Ths farmer
owner ot the land has since hsd legal ad.
vice In caring for his property, and the
title Is In question.
is a Declaration
' Msrrisgs licenses were Issued yesterday
ts ths toesermg named persons:
Ksjbs sod Residence. Age.
jr. A. Braun, Greenwood. Ne.
Joete Brewer, Greensraed
Hear G. Bedford. Lincoln tt
Haass Mildred sucker,
We sre coatmsung our S per cent dis
count sale eel wait paper and reosa saewld
Ings soother week. Postrlvely no mere
discounts after this week; this la your
only chance tms year take advantage cf
Jt. we have anything yen want fcs well
JP. ,H- Borwlcx. tU . JtiiA BC
F. S Tucker will spend Thursday la
Lincoln ts attend ths reunion ot the legislators.
Mra. Bessie Hathaway of Mankanele.
Minn., la vial ting her mother, Mrs. 1. 11.
O. B. Nash of Kansas City waa a cueat
at the bruioia kosuc on Wast State street
D. C. Loners an will hold his annual sals
of pure bred hogs st Long's bara sa
C A. Cooper moved to Omaha Monday
and la now located at iS North Twenty-
Mr. and Mrs. Hans J asperses have In
stalled a acetylene gas ugbl la their aeeaa
The wuaioa ef St Philip Nsrt ehuroh
will give a card party at Eagles' haM
The pupils cf the Ponca school win give
a patriotic program at the school sa
Miss Wents. teacher of the grammar
room at the Ponca srboai. spent Saturday
and Sunday at her borne la Crete. Nee
While getting eft the street car Fri
day J. H. Fuller severely wrenched his
knee, making K difficult tor him le get
Mrs. J.' B. Butler gave the address
Thursday evening st the praise aneetlrt
of the North Preasjyteriaa church In
The woman who is independent does her housework in
the quickest, easiest way. The use of Gold Dust points that
way. The Gold Dust way is also the most thorough way.
Gold Dust attacks grease and dirt, and drives it away with
little effort on your part. It does all the hard part of the
work, with the aid of your brains instead of your muse le.
If every home in this land
used Gold Dust for all the pur
poses for which it is the best
cleaner, thereN would be
more independence "among
Sign your Declaration
of Independence today by
ordering a package of Gold
Dust from your grocer!
Gold Dust is sold in
5C km and Large packajt
TW larfa partsc i
The Ruths and Lydlas society ef tnc
Christies church were eetertaloed at the
home of Miss Hanna Jensen Tuesday t
The Ladles' Kensington dub ef Peers !
will meet at the home of Mrs. Ray neon
Wednesday. The meeting was to hare ,
seen held at the Dome at Mrs, Vofri, buti
Uses by THS R.X.FAIKBAHI COMPAKT.Oucag.
Makers ot Fairy Seap (Iks aval sske)
let tbs Gold Dust Twins
do your work
1. Miiii';.,.,,, ipj
Features for 1912
A greater year for a greater paper
The 0maha Bee
All the news that is real news.
Mutt and Jeff
Character creations from the pen of "Bad'
Fisher that have made all the world laugh
and turned many a sad face into a smile.
This day in Omaha daring the history
forming periods of 30, 20 and 10 years ago,
briefly and interestingly reproduoed for
: Bee readers.
The Bees Wedding Book
A chronicle of marriage annirersaries of
Omaha's own people, simply and entertain
ingly detailed from day to day.-
Silk Hat Harry ,
Tad's dog-man invention who has mora
trouble than anyone, but trouble that is
so funny, it makes amusement for every
1 These two youngsters who are the souroe
of Sunday fun for thousands of children,
promise many new tricks and delightful
for this year.
Nell Brinkley Drawing! -
Nell Brinkley developed a new ides in pen
drawings, and her sketches of men and
women caught by Cupid, not only have ar
tistic beauty, but also always teach a lesson.
Sherlocko the Monk
Sherlock Holmes, works sleuth-wonders to
many people, but Monk, the '.cture-deteo-tive,
is more marvelous in the fun-way
than Dr. Watson believes Holmes to be in
a serious way.
DaffydiU : ,
x Nothing so amusing has been run in any
western newspaper in many years as these
humorous play-on-words lines by Tad.
A stage villain transferred to pen pictures
and revealed in the most laughable light to
make every Bee reader roar and hold bis
Poor, old Happy i he is oontinnonsly grow
ing more entertaining, and now he is on
the road to new situations to win. smiles
from all followers.
Carpenter's Travel Lretters
No writer of the present day sees events
and situations in such interesting light as
Frank J. Carpenter, and none describes
them so graphically.
Heart to Heart Talks for Women
By Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Winifred Black,
Mabel Herbert Urner, Dorothy Dix, Fran
cis Ganride, Ada Paterson, and many others
who write for women, what women want
Each week in the Sunday issue
Several big special stories of particular
interest to Omaha, Nebraska and Iowa
Comic Sectibn in Colors
Besides fbe laughable comic pictures and
the special articles by women for women,
The Bee will record dramatic events of im
portance; present exclusive human interest
qtories and give an accurate account of
events of politics, with absorbing sidelights
on the two big political parties, their con
ventions and their presidential campaigns.
Complete Telegraphic and Cable News
From all over the civilized world every
day in the year.
If you neglect to
Read The Bee daily during 1912
Ton will miss these exclusive features, the
greatest series ever published in a Ne
braska paper. '
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