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THE BEE: 0MA11A, Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1012.
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- Copyright, IMS, National News Ass'n.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManu
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Stack-ralconer Co., Undertakers.
Htg htnlng Fixture, ssargsss-arandsn Co
Have Root Print It Now Beacon Proas.
Bailey, the Denlst, City Nat'l. X. 2568.
O. A. tlndquest, tatlop. 235 Pax. Dlk.
Sea Koscoe rov to rates on diamond
and watch loans. 1522 Dodge Adver
tisement. Th todies of tne Good Shepherd
church will hold a homo cooking sato at.
the guild rooms, Twentieth and Ohio,
Saturday evennlng, Novcmlier 9.
la the Divorce Court Mary David ha.3
sued Qua 1'rcd David for 'divorce. Louise
Howard has) been granted a divorce from
John A. Howard. Charlotte Grant, who
1 was given a divorce from Kobort Grant
nnd an order for $23 a month alimony,
lias accepted from Grant $150 In cash In
Another Salt Against City Another
suit against tho city of Omaha over the
extension of Twenty-eighth avenuo for a
course for tho now water supply main
from Florence was Instituted In district
court Tho Northwcstorn railroad sues
for $500 damages for a part of Its right-of-way,
taken for tho extension. Tho
city awarded the road but $200.
Wabash, is Sued For alleged sovcre
and permanent Injuries sustained In a
collision when ho was riding on an "ac-'
commodatlon" freight train, Eugeno Sul
livan has sued tho Wabash railroad for
$15,000. The accident occurred December
IS, 1911, when Sullivan was riding be
tween Btralmn, la., and Shcnadoah, la.
He says ho was thrown against tho edgo
of a door and seriously hurt Internally
Sues for Commission G. Cathro lias
started buU against K. S. Weutherly for
$750 commission for securing an investor
In a project being promoted by Wcath
erly. Ho alleged that Weatherly agreed
to pay him a commission of 5 per cent If
ho would Induce John H. Kuhlman to
Invest $15,000 In the venture. Ho fulfilled
his part of tho agreement, ho asserts In
his petition, but Wcatlicrly has refused
to pay the promised commission.
Boy With Name Shot Edward
Fywczyk was shot through tho arm by
his playmate, Marbcl Utt, 10 years old
and residing at 2123 South Tenth street.
The Injured lad lives at 2502 South Twenty-fifth
street. They wero playing In
dian at the tlmo of the accident.
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
TO START SCHOOL PAPER
The Omaha High School of Commerce
Is making plans to organize a newsy, live,
school paper. The first number will bo
issued In January and besides tho regu
lar monthly numbers an annual will bo
Issued In June. Tho ticket working for
subscriptions Is John McFarlane, editor:
Mary Day, assistant editor; Earnest
Hihler, business manager, and Jean
Woodruff, assistant business manager.
SOCIETY IN TO CONVENTION
Women Do Not Forget the Entertain
SURPRISE PARTY ON MISS M'HUGH
Impromptu llcrvptlnu nt the High
School Sow to lrlnrlinf i but
Mil- nine tu tin- .Situation
Tho social sldo of tho stato teachers'
convention hns not been overlooked and
the afternoons and evenings arc filled
to tho overflowing stage with teas, re
ceptions, plays, banquets, theater parties
and It Is a tosk to know Just what affair
The Important social affair of the
afternoon was tho reception given at the
high school nnd had not a careful study
of tho program been made of the meet
ings and social' affairs by Miss Mollugh,
principal of tho high school, tho recep
tion might have taken tho form of a
surprtso party on tho principal and teach
ers of that school rather than the nftcr
noon coffee which It proved to bo.
It was not till Wednesday afternoon
that Jllss Mcllugh discovered a recep
tion was to bo given at the school and
this was when Bho was glancing over
tho programs which wore In tho hands
of several hundred visiting teachers.
Thcro was nothing to do but arrange for
thn receiving committee and In choosing
this commltteo tho entlro faculty were
ntked In a body to assist Miss Mcllugh.
Appreciate the Jnke,
Impromptu affairs often are more
pleasant than those which have had time
and forethought spent upon them, and
so It was that with tho keen apprecia
tion of tho Joke Miss Mcllugh and her as
sisting teachers received the guests In a
most gracious way.
Preceding tho coffee at tho high school
the visiting teachers were the honor
guests at the Latin play which was given
at 2 o'clock.
A suffrago tea will bo glvon at tho
Homo hotel this afternoon In honor
of Mrs. 1311a Stowarl of Chicago, and a
cordial Invitation Is extended to alt the
teachers from the city and state. The
hours for this tea are front 8 to 5.
Tho important social affair of tho Week
will bo tho reception given at tho Com
mercial club Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Mr. K. U. Graff, assisted by the recep
tion committee, will reoclvo tho guests,
and Invitations have been extended to all
tho teachers who aro here to attsud Uio
Many Informal luncheons have been
planned, and each night ut the Ilomo
hotel several banquets aro given by mem
bers of tho different normal schools and
universities which tho teachers havo at
tended at some time.
TO VISIT T1II3 VXlOy PACIFIC
Everywhere in America
except in a few iso
lated stores on ac
count of the Piano
makers' strike, Piano
prices have gone up.
Tho reason we have
not increased Piano
prices is because of
made before this
Hayden Bros, pos
sibly is tho only firm west of the Mississippi who is able to sell Pianos of quality at
the same low prices that were being asked three months ago.
"We havo the greatest assortment in Nebraska from which you make your choice.
Our pric0s in vry Snstainc ar from
33 i-3 to 50 less than the prices ob
tainable in other stores, on Pianos of like
Visiting Tenehrra Accept luvltHtlou
to Look Over Ileni1fiinrera,
Tho teachers havo accepted an Invita
tion to visit tho Union Pacific headquar
ters and shops and tho hour has been set
for 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. At that
hour Dr. Mllloner will meot the tcaohers
at the Auditorium and escort them to
tho headquarters. Thero they will be
wolcomo to tho building, after which
they will go through the building from
basement to roof. From tho roof of 'the
12-etory offlco building they will get a
bird's-oye view of tho city, aftor which
Dr. Mlllencr will explain tho mysteries of
tho wireless telegraph system. The masts
for tho system are up and the apparatus
is completo for tho handling of messages.
From the headquarters Dr. Mlllenor will
escort the teachers to tho Union Pacific
shops, where they will be shown every
thing in connection with the work car
ried on thero. They will go through all
of tho shops and will lie given Insldo In
formation upon tho subject of building
cars and locomotives.
1IOOJI JlKIAHLI, Poll IMlESIDiniVT
Friends Want II 1m nnd He la Will
ing Provided It la General.
A boom has been started for J. 13. Del
7cll for president of tho association.
"It's all right If they want rrio gen
erally," sold Mr. Dolzell, "but I don't
want to get Into any fight over It."
A. 15. Fisher of Aurora has also beon
mentioned for the place, but the fight
will wago around tho election of doctor
who will bo pledged to voto for Dr.
Thomas. The' caucuses will bo tho scene
of a real battle which will bo carried to
the convention floor.
In tho matter of terms wo aro making arrangements with buyers that in all
cases is most convenient to them.
Lowest Prices and Easiest Terms
On pianos of the highest grade and best known makes is tho reason that wo sell
more Pianos to Nebraskans than any other house in the west.
Just an Illustration
We are going to offer to the Piano buyers of Nebraska
50 beautiful high'grade fully warranted Pianos sold regularly
for not less than $325.00 at the extremely low price of $172.50.
These pianos bear tho manufacturer's name and-carry be
sides Hayden Bros., the manufacturer's guarantee.
This is the Biggest Bargain in the West
Our prices are so reasonable, because our facilities for buying lliem for less
money, are so muck bettor, than any of our competitors. We will sell to an in
dividual a high grade standard Piano, as cheap as other dealers can afford to sell
in carload lots. Investigate before you make, your purchase.
"Read over those bargain prices on Now and Used Pianos." "These bargains
can not bo duplicated in Nebraska;"
CARNATIONS FOR THE TICACIIBHS
VlaKtnw Hehnolmn'ma Remembered
by Orklu Ilroa. with Flowers.
Kvcry teacher entering the Auditorium
'at tho morning session was handed a
beautiful carnation. It took 5,000 to go
They wore presentod by Orkln Brothers.
To get this unusual quantity, after
having bought all on tho local mar
ket for their opening, a special consign
tnont came In via express.
Young ladles, t)a guides of tho store,
dressed in white, distributed them.
WEGMAN (used) $150.00
CAMP & CO $ 90.00
VOSE & SON $125.00
ESTEY (used) ; $195.00
DECKER & SON ..$ 95.00
HINZIE $ 98.00
SMITH & BARNES $125.00
OVERTON (used) $135.00
A'otea uuil Personal.
1 Emma Morrill of Lincoln la one of the
ptomincnt teachers at the convention
Miss Morrill has attended every conve,i
tlon of the association.
Alt of the colleges of the state have
Information bureaus In the Home hotel,
where the alumni dues can be paid.
i Over fifty teachers from Iowa came to
Omaha Wednesday and almost that many
more reported this morning.
j F. Schumann of New York, a principal
In one of the high schools there, Unat
tending tho meeting,
Catherine Hoffman of the high school
at St. Paul, Neb., is on hand, an usual.
. Visiting teachers from Michigan, Illi
nois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Minnesota
and New York are attending the con
vention. A- M. Sprague, a teacher at Blair, is
hero with her slater, u. m. Hprague, a.
teacher In tha Unooln High school.
Ten teachers from Dunlap have ad
joining ToomB at the Roma hotel.
Pawnee sent eleven teachers here to
attend the meeting. ,
Every teacher In the schools at Beatrice
is here and have reserved a box at the
Omaha-Ueatrlce foot ball game at Ilourke
' park this afternoon.
Over 150 additional teachers from Ne
braska arrived Thursday morning.
The teachers attending the convention
will make an excursion today to the
South Omaha stock yards and packing
plants. The party will leave the Audi
torium In chartered cars at 30. When
arriving at the stock yards they will bo
divided Into" four parts. Tho first group
will visit tho Morris plant, tho second
croup will go to tho Cudahy plant, the
third to tho Armour and the fourth to
the Swift. From thn packing plants the
teachers wltl finish their excursion nt tho
dining room In the lixchanga building,
where nn Informal luncheon will bo
served. The chartered cars will bo parked
and watt for the teachers.
The registration board announces tli.U
over 4,500 teachers aro now hero.
Friday afternoon between ' 3 and I!
o'clock tho combined suffrage societies
of Omaha will tender a tea to tho
teachers at tho Rome hotel.
All tho college 'banquet and reunions
Will bo held Friday afternoon.
Beatrice Long of Aurora soys sho Is
having a better tlmo thlM year than she
had last nnd Is willing to come back hero
again for tho next convention.
The nominating committee moots this
afternoon nt room SK In tho high school.
Omnlm teachers nro boosting Or. A. 0.
Thomas of Kearney for president. Tlioy
do this because Ur. Thomas Is a great
friend of Otimhn.
Stato Superintendent James K. Ueb.oll
Is among tlioso suggested for president
of tho association, but says he would bo
heartily ghul to congratulate sumo (mo
else ns president.
Mrs. Mnbnl Wilbur of Norfolk says sho
Is having a hunt tlmo getting her Christ
mas shopping dmio nnd not miss out on
any of the big meetings.
Key to tho Situation Ueo Advertising.
ASKS HEAVY DAMAGES
FOR STOLEN AFFECTIONS
Hult for JS.OOO for alienation of a wife's
affections was started by Harvey Loch
nor of bako City, In., against William
Crrtslor of Omaha, In Douglas county
district court. Tho IJchnors wero mar
ried In 1907. Tho plaintiff says Cretiler
lgan paying attentions to his wife some
tlmo prior to January, Ult, and on Jan
uary 2fl. 1911, thn two nloped to Denver.
Mis. Lochnor sued for divorce shortly
after thn elopement. Crotilor Is n land
dealer nnd lives on Popploton avenue.
Loohnor Is a railroad mnn.
Tho Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is tho Tload to
The November 10th Issue of
Interesting, Gripping Fiction Comprehensive Special Articles
''RAILROADING in ROMANCE AND REALITY"
By ELBERT HUBBARD, Contributing Editor
An editorial by Fra Elbortus of .East Aurora. Ho sormouizos to railroad
men In particular, to public Borvnnts in gonorul nnd to A.hU of us In tho long run, It
wo rend his moBSuBO aright. '
THE DRAMA OF MY LIFE''
In Two Parts
I 'THE TALK OF THE WALLS"
By IVAN NARODNY
Illuilratlon from Photograph of the Author
Nnrodny was four years in solitary confinement four years during
which ho spoko to no one but his keeper, and did not loavo his coll oxebpt for
fifteen minutes each dny. Ivan Narodny was, and is, a lcador of tjio revolu
tionary movomont In HuBBla. For lila dovotlon to tho coubo of democratic govornmont,
ho wna not only ImprlHonod, but enmo within tho Hhadow of tho gnllowB. Tho drama of
hlH life 1b a human document of surprising Intorost. In this first InBtullmont, which ho
calls "Tho Talk of tho Walla", ho tollB us how ho and his follow prUonors convorsod
by moanB of a codo of tolographlc taps; ho tolls of hooping a diary by writing on hand
korchlofB with his own blood. Ho tolls of making frlonds of a dovo, a raoiiBO and a fly.
It Is u truo record, far moro fascinating than fiction could ovor hopo to bo. ......
"THE GHOST OF SHAFT 2"
By ARTHUR HAYWOOD
y ( Illustrations by RolUn Crampton
This is a story 'way off the bcatou track. Tho scene is laid In a South
African mining camp. Tho ghost mystory will puzzle you up to tho last par
agraph ns fully as It puzelod tho hero and ho had some llvoly adventures boforo ho
Bolvod It. Tho Illustrations by Rollln Crampton havo caught tho spirit of tho Dark Continent.
By CRITTENDEN MARRIOTT
Jlluttratlona by Frederick A. Duncan.
A story of optimism and good cheer. It carries a lesson for every wo
man, and ovoiy man, too. A woman who has seen all her children marry
and make homes of tholr own, Is tempted to fear that her usefulness Is ended. The turn
that Mr. Marriott gives to his plot proves that no one can say that the world has no work
f,or him to do. Truly an "Answer" to a con dltlon that has occurred tlmo and tlmo again
in every-day life.
The Always Interesting
"WOMEN WHO COUNT" DEPARTMENT
Tho November 10th issue will carry intimate sketches of Miss Mabel T.
Iloardman, Load of tho Hod Cross Movement In Amorlca, and of MIbh Jane Delano, an
other Red Cross leader; also of MIbb M. Loulso Evans, who Is a journalistic factor In Virginia.
"A FRONTIER HONEYMOON"
By EDWARD BOREIN
A stirring picturo in colors of an elopement in tho cow country. Ed
ward Iloroln Is said to bo by art critics tho legitimate successor of Frederick Remington.
Tho picture Us certainly -worthy of a frame and a prominent place In your library.
The Omaha Sunday Bee
for November 10th
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