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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913.
By MZLLITIOIA. Thursday, November 27, 1913.
IN NEW YORK, dancing artists of the stage have been teaching society
the Intricacies of the tango for many moons, but Omaha has not been
so fortunate. Next Tecsday, however", Omaha's society will receive
a real treat, for Joseph. SanlleS', famous exponent of tho tango, who
will then be In Omaha at tho Orandels theater, will attend a tango tea to
be glren at the Country club oa that day. Mr. Santley will bo accompanied
by his dancing partner, Mfes Ruth Randall, and tho pair will not only
dance at the function, but will Instruct Omaha's debutante set in tho
ecience of the Santley tango.
Saranoff, the 'Russian violinist, has also been asked to be proscnt at
The patronesses of the tango tea will be Mrs.' Charles T. Kountze,
Mrs. W. T. Burns, Mrs. Samuel Burns, Jr.: Mrs. J. T. Stewart, 2d.; Mrs.
Fred Hamilton, Mrs. Glenn "Vyiiarton.
Sim. John Engel entertained ad a
ThnkBlvlnB dinner Sunday atl her
V.ome, 706 Cuming St.,' In honor ot MIm
Mary I.ampbre:h,t of McArdlevllte. "White
and yellow chrysanthemums were, used
In the decoration. Covers were laid for
elcbteen ituest. '
Mr. and Mr. W. H. Taylor entertained
nt Thanksgiving dinner, when their -ruesta
Mr Charles Iees ot Philadelphia.
Mr. Kdwln Hammond of Philadelphia.
Mr and Mm. J. W. Warnlck.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Whitman cava a
family dinner celebration both Thanks
giving and their eleventh weddlnc 'anni
versary which have fallen on; thelsaiVie
date for the first time since thWr mar
riage on Thanksgiving, 153. Cover were
laid for ten.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beaton entertained
at a family dinner 'today, whentHote
present were; Mr, and Mrs C. V, Beaton,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krellne, Mr. and
Mra. J. II. Beaton and two children,
Mary Elisabeth and Jack; Mrs Iairy
Heal on,. Mr. Paul. Beaton and Anna, Jane
and Orcutt Beatorii"" 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. rWra had a family
dinner party, when thoaeRreeent were
Mrs, M. C. Peters, Misses Gladys' and
Daphne Peters, Mrs. rtebe Moraan, Miss
Dorothy Morgan, Mr. Italph Peters, Mr.
and Mrs, s. 8. Carlyle and two children,
(Virginia and Samuel.
Dance in Dundee.
One of the many hlftri school affairs
iriven during the Thanksslvlruc holidays
was a dance at Dundee hall, Wednesday
evening, given by the Nonos club, one of
the girls' social societies ot the 'school.
"Waltzing and two-stepping was strictly
tabooed and the tango was the order for
the evening. Those present were!
Margaret McCoy, Marion Welter,
yaullne Trout, Iluth feeder,
r.iiHHm i. rawiora, uraceuane,
TJietei' Parti m.
Mr. Albert INsch wHl entertain at a
theater' party this evening at the Bran
els for Ml Marguerite Busch and Mr.
jThomas I ley ward of -Pittsburgh, whose
wedding takes place Saturday eventnr.
yollowlr the theater they wilt have sup
per at the Omaha club. Those present
George Trimble, .
Marjorlo 1 lowland,
Anna I Safforil
Mrs. Samuel Wells and Mrs. U. Delche
in III give a theater party at the Brandies
this evening for Mr, Frank Marks of
Chicago and Mr. I Backer of New York.
The others present will be Mies Sarah
PtrsbM. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wells and
Mr and Mrs. M. Delcht.
The Kt-A-Virp club gave the second ot
Its series of 4aet parties at Chambers'
(Tuesday event;. Chrysanthemums were
)wed as favors. The fettewktg were pre
Ie.ur M. Petersen,
Ruth, Fisher, .
Irene I tig bee,
A. J. Jackson.
I)r, N, H. Attwood,
A. I j. Nurse,
Grandma Never Let
Her Hair Get Gray
Xft kX lMkl YMttkfKl, ski
ftoMjr ad tkkk wkfc qwm
atalpkmr. When yea swiit your hair with Sac
Tea s4 SHfur, no one can tell, fee-
H's SM se naturally, so evenly,
rreswrtag ski mixture, thousjh. at home
fc maeey an treuMeaeen. Tor m coats
ym cat; buy at any d-nag star the rea4y
to-use tonic caMsd "Wyk's Bae and
Sulphur Hair ReeBey." You Just
eVMttpen a ane or sett Wuk with It
a4 draw tkl tbrowrh yer kair, taking
mm smalt strasid at a time. By mern
Sag all gray hair sMtappears, and, after
another appllcauon or twe, your hair
becomes beautifully darkened, giMry and
luxuriant, You will also dtoeaver dan
druff Is zone and hair has stopped fall lag.
3ra7 faded hair, thwisjh no di face.
U. a atsM of old Mtm, .and a w alt de
sire a youthful and attractive apaear
, sjst bwsy at eo with Wyeth's
Hat) aad Butphue: ad fee years yer.
J. W. Johnron,
J T. Blxler,
F. A, Coulter,
J. Karle Haney,
J. Walter Doyle,
A. U Uerk.
I.aiirencn F. Braun,
W. D, Craighead,
Dr. V. F. Patton,
1. W. Knight.
Dr. F. C. Uk,
G. Ij. areentlMd,
Atto V. Tleynolds,
F. W. Vapor.
O. W, Malstrom.
I,. Vi, Johnaon,
C. It. Jones,
W. n. Pratt.
V. K. Swanson,
Kd H. llawley, ,
T. S. 8peljmn,
1(. O. Nllsson,
O. F, Haarmann,
W. II. Dana,
Claude P. Ulfe,
.T. C. Cheney.
f. J. Assman.
W. C. Mann.
r N. Moulin,
Stuart Gould. '
Mr, ond Mrs. J. J. McMahon.
Atr. and Mrs. Fred.TIonven
Mr. and Mrs. Chsrlcs Battetle.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wsrd.
' Mr: an Mrs. B. M. Dondlf
Mr. and Mrs Ttoyal norr. ' ' '
Mr. and Mrs. n. i. eison, -pr.
Woman's Club. R. M. S.
The Womsn'e Club of the Hallway Mall
Beryicewtll entertalp the husbands jjf
the' members and ' families of railway
mall clerks at a dance In Dundee hall
on the evening of December 2.
Foot B&U Parties.
One of the foot ball parties this after
noon to see the Crelghton-South Dakota
game included Mr, and Mrs. H. II. Bal
drlge, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Low and Miss
In snother party were Miss Frances
Wcsells, Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Coad,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Beaton and Mr.
V. 3. Coad.
In and Out ef the Bee Hive.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perrlne have gone
to Blstr to spend Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. fi. H. 'Caldwell have gone
to St Louis to spend Thanksgiving with
Mr. and Mrs, Paul Simon are spending
Thanksgiving in Fremont with Dr. and
Mrs. F.' M. 8lson.
Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Ward and Mr. Mar
Vln Ward have gone to Denver to spend
Thanksgiving with Mr, and Mrs. Ben B.
Miss I-aiira "Vurfd of Amsterdam, N. Y
who Is the guest of Miss Beatrice Coad
and Mis Irene Coad, wlH return cast
this evealnr. T
Mr; and Mrs. . C. 8. Buxton of Sioux
City were the guests ot their daughter,
Mrs. J. H. Shlnn, and Mr. Shlan, for
Mr. and Mrs. J W. Howard left yester
day for an extended visit in Illinois and
Ohio. They expect to be absent from
Omaha about four weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hayes motore4
from Stella to spend the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Met Uhl. Mrs. Uht retOrned
with them Monday, and Mr. Uht joined
Mr. and Mrs. It, U Whitney and Miss
Bernlce Whitney teft last evening tor
Chicago, where they wilt spend Thanks
giving as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Northrop. They will return Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mils have gone
east 'to Meet Misses Gertrude Mets and
Harriet Met, who attend Mrs. Vomers'
sefceel ' Washington, and Mr. Philip
Mete, whe attends Yale. They will spend
Thank sdvW in New York,
Mrs. Hugo Bras del a will salt 8atur4y,
November 9, on the George Washington'
spend seversl months abroad. . Ac
cording to ' dispatches, the White Keuse
bride and ajroem, Mr. and Mrs. Bay re, will
sail oa the George Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtles H. . B. CloWds-
ley ef Kansas City have arrived to soend
ThanksclvinsT and are at the home ot MrI
and Mrs. Thomas W. Burchmore. Mr.
Clowdsley was formerly Ml Violet
Burchmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
akXt SOKoi Clltb.
The Sans Soud club was entertained at
the home of Mrs. Pesrl Grieves Tuesday
evening. Prises were won by Miss Jor
genson, Miss Burks and Mrs. Elmer B,
De merest; the consolation prise went to
Last evening the Relo club entertained
one of the largest dancing parties of the
season at the Douglas auditorium. There
were over wo couples present.
The November meeting of the Welles-
ley club waa held at the horns of Miss
Corlnne Bearle, when plans were mads
to sew for the Social Settlement. Th
December meeting will be at the home ot
Miss Alice Buchanan. Those present
Allce Buchanan. Mae Somer.
uretcnen aict-'onnwi, Nora Bridge. .
r.qitn niicKinger, Kunlce ititchard,
Dixon. Corlnne Bearle.
Jessie Christie. J. c. McClure.
m cure go r, jonn iicvague.
Mrs. J. M. Macfarland, who has Just
returned from a visit of two months In
Denver, has returned to her apartment
In the Potter.
A MarvelOKK -,cuvr.
"Ur little bey had a niarvtioua escape,1
writes P. T. Beatlaraa of Prince Albert.
Cap of Good Hope. "It occurred. In th
middle ot th night II got a vary serve
attack ot croup. As luck would have IL
I had a Urge bottle of Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy In the house. After fol
low th directions for an hour and twenty
minutes he waa through alt danger." For
sala by all drugtU. Advertisement.
Th Persistent and Judicious Is ot
Newspaper Advertising Is th Road
nitUDinn ninniO frnarrilinllvUlstlns of a Ions statement made rap
DUfllDnniJ UAIUJ 0 llJUlllllUn 1 i
I Witnesses Before Judge Seari Con
tradict THeir Fellow Juror.
EVIDENCE TENDS TO IMPEACH
Venial tlmt There. Wnm nn Attempt
to Prevent Aecnser from Par
ticipating In Anr of Pro- .
Wesley Gard. the lone witness upon
whose testimony Brome ft Brome, attor
neys for Cadet Taylor in his recent libel
tult against Tho Bee, are basing their
sttempt to secure a new trial, was de
scribed as having contlnustly expressed
his admiration for the Bromes and his
or-lnlon that Taylor "should have dam
ages" to other Jurors throughout the llbet
trial, at Wednesday's session of the con
tempt hearing before Judge Scars.
The .testimony of the other Jurors,
among whom are men well known in
their various occupations, was the flrjt
Introduced for the defense, and hit the
carefully constructed evidence of Gard
with the force of a battering ram. Judge
Scars evidenced interest In their state
ments by questions ot his own concerning
statements directly 'contradicting Gard.
Much, of their evidence was what Is
termed Impeaching testimony, tending to
prove that Gard hntl not been telling the
That Gard from the second day of the
trial till nqar its close 'continually con
sulted first ono fellow Juror, then an-
other,, telling them that Taylor deserved
damages. . that he had been slandered,
ths.t'he'deservcd $10,000, that H. C. Brome
was 'a'-Rood lawyer, that his son Clinton
wss almost as good, that they had a
fine suite ot offices, that the elder Brome
was as nervous In his office as In the
court room' and asking them where they
stood, was testified by yesterday's Wit
nesses. -One after' another they told how Gard
had persistently followed them around
trj'ln'ff ip, persuade .them to '"he with him"
for Taylor, and of their refusal to commit
themselves before the evidence was all in
What Really Itnpiirnnl In rtoom.
One after another, too, tho other Jurors
told what hsppched In tho Jury room,
completely contrn'dlttlng 'the wterd tale
put up by Gard. Instead of Ignoring him
and organising, with htm alone over In
ona comer, aa ho claimed, they testified
that they wero all together in the middle
of the room when they chose their fore
man, and that the Choice was unanimous.
One of them, Juror Downs, declared that
when the matter of Card's concealing his
connection with the Broihes was brought
up, and he tirned that Gard should have
told the truth to the court, Gard pounded
the table and Jumped up and down "like
a crnxV man." Thn nlhfir tnrni-a aim
contradicted Gard's assertion that h'e was
forced Into signing tho verdict, cor
roborating one another that the instruc
tions had been read over severs! times In
an effort to persuade him and that fin
ally Gard took the Instructions himself,
sitting aside while reading thorn for
nearly three-quarters of pn hour, and at
last Jumped up and himself volunteering,
Well, boys, I'll be with you now and
Join In tho verdict."
tinrd la Contradicted,
C. Benson, 1620 South Twenty-flfth ave
nue, a young man whose family is well
known is Omaha, and .who was marrie4
during the progress ot the llbet trial, and
M. J. Howell, grocer, 1TI3 Leavenworth
street, gave In brief language detailed
accounts of the actions of the Jury and
Gard In particular. The other statements
Statements by Gaul gotten Into the rec
ord as a result ot a request by htm earlier
In the day concerning mistreatment which
he said he received In the Jury room
ere flatly contradicted by the witnesses.
They denied that he was prevented from
participating in the choice of a foreman,
calling attention to the fact that he stood
near the others when the choice won
made and that the choice was unanimous
They testified that Gard waa alone In a
room opening out ot the Jury room with
uror J. A. McCarthy, a fact which' Gard
had denied. They gave testimony on a
largest number of Issues so Important thst
the question of veracity la squarely
raised between Gard and his fellow
If the Judge holds that Gard did not
tell the truth concerning his relations
with other Jurors, this Is expected to
have weight in determining the value to
be placed on his other assertions. In his
alleged conversations jvlth Charles Be-
angee, defendant In the contempt rase,
there were no wttnesses except his wife,
his smsll son, and, on one occasion, a
grocery boy. The grocery boy admitted
on the stand that he had told another
person that he lied heard none of the
conversation, but testified that he did
hear some of it.
Opinion r Brome' ciieni. vj
served aa a Juror in the libel case, testl
fled that Gard, client of Brome & Brome.
expressed the opinion early In the'trlat
thatTaylor should have "good damages,"
Gard is the Juror who held out for nine
hours against The Bee, finally agreed to
a verdict for Tho Bee, acquiesced to it In
the court room and immediately after
ward In an affidavit prepared In the
Bromes' office declared Charles Belangee,
a barber, had tried to bribe him and that
the other Jurors were gptHy ot miscon
Assertions made by Gard and allowed
In the record by his own request, con
Poti and pant quickly ihed
their grime and grease, and
shine like new when you use
Cleans (everything, and
leaves purity behind it.
5c aai larger packafes.
"l9t thm ftKJ fWr TWINS
it yMsv wmrk"
Idly and without hesitation, concerning
I alleging misconduct ot the other Juror
Iri the Jury room, wero denied by Mc
Carthy, .with one exception. McCarthy
admitted that he had a piece ot paper
terrlng the Information that Wesley Gard
was a client of Clinton Brome In a case
tried before Justice Brltt last summer
and now pending on appeal to district
court. He produced the paper.
Paper I InterentlnK.
Much Interest in tho paper was mani
fested by attorneys and Judge Scars.
McCarthy's testimony developed the fact
that the statement was written by him
self Immediately after a conversation
with Gard In a small room oft the Jury
room. In which Gard told him about the
case In Justice courty In which Dr.
Charles Impey waa plaintiff. This con
versation had been denied by Gard in
Gard's manifested eagerness to answer
"no" to all questions asked by Judge
Ben S. Baker, attorney for the defense,
caused Mr. Baker to' nsk the .question:
"You know now that you aro going to
answer no to all my questions, uon t
Gnrrf Ailtnltn Cnlllnsr on Brome.
'Gard was reproved by Mr. Baker and
Judge Scars several times for repeated
attempts to volunteer statements, and on
one ot .these occasions demanded that
Mr. Baker shoutd not be ho "cross" to
Immediately nfter resumption of the
hearing Gard was returned to the stand
for further cross-examination.
Gnrd denied that ho and his wife had
even gone to Bromo's office more than
twice. After repeated denials', he ad
mitted that they had been there four
times. Mrs, Gard 'said last Friday that
they had on numerous occasions gone to
Urom-'i offlpp without1 nnv nnrtleulftr ob
ject In view. She admitted that they hsfl
been there more than four times. By
order of the Judge the witnesses Are
separated so that none may hear what
the other says pn tho stand.
When asked why he .hadnot reported
to Judge Scars tho alteged approaches
made to him, according to the Judge's In
structions, but, Instead, had gone to
Bromo's office Gard said he did not
know when tt was proper to reveal the
circumstances. Gard assorted that other Jurors told
him the Judge had Instructed the Jury to
bring In a verdict for' tho defense. The
Instructions of the Judge, In accordance
with custom, were , taken Into the Jury
room for consideration by the Jurors.
Gard had previously been a Juror, nml a
year ago last spring was on a Jury which
returned a verdict of 18,000 for a plaintiff
for whom the Bromes were attorneys In
a pergonal Injury suit, on which the. law
yers had filed a 0 per cent lien.
Gard admitted ho was accused, by the
other Jurors of "tipping them off" to the
Culls from the Wire
President Wilson had a long talk with
Chairman Kewlands ot the senate Inter
state commerco committee about antl
The car Darns, general otflces and a
number of cars ot tho Mcsaba Eloctrlc
Hallway company of Virginia were uea
troyed by fire yesterday. The loss Is
In a twenty-scven-mlnute flight from
Los Angeles to Santa Ana. thirty-five
miles southeast, aienn Martin, aviator,
attained an altitude ot ,S00 feet, with a
Leon Miller, nromoter and president of
the Winnipeg-, Ballna & Gulf railroad
which has not yet been built was found
guilty yesterdsy at Topeka of sending
Improper letters through tne man.
Mra. Bessie Shackford of Freedom. N.
Y., unexpectedly waived her right to
rtl vesinrdav. nleaded guilty to the
murfior of her husband. Edwin A. Shack
ford, and was sentencea to uie imprison
Tk riu nf Alexander Richmond. Ir.
former director ot the Cosmopolitan Na
tional bank ot Pittsburgh, now closed,
charged with misapplying the bank a
funds and aiding the cashier to make
falso entries, was given yesterday to the
jam it. Aicuuire. lonncr iimyur ui
Rvrncum. who la under Indictment in
Naw York for soliciting a political con
tribution from a corporation Is- In San
Juan. Porto Illco. He will sail for New
x orK oaiuraay.
The camrmlgn for n H.O90.000 fond for
the Young Men s Christian association
anil thn Younc Women's Christian asso
ciation, which has been in ' progress for
the last rortnigni in new iorit, ciosea
successfully last night when it was an
nounced that a total of 11.01. WO had been
Martin Petcoff, who created a sensa
tion July 25 by emptying a revolver In
a crowded restaurant In St. Paul, one
bullet kllllnr iatnew uzcdoii ana an
other wounding Bias Pavllc. pleaded
guilty to third degree murder yesterday
and was senuenreu 10 vmrij jt.u in in;
All card .tables, cnairs ana musical in-
inimonla were ordered removed from
aninnna in St. Louis county. Missouri, yes
terday by It. J. nn, prourcssive memoer
ot tne couniy excise uvmu, wuu u
had taken tne action oecauso aui-n njuip
Mn.timtia a alltnt Invitation" foi
patrons to enter.
The wireless station on the shores or
TakM Huron above Point Edward, Out..
nicked up signala from the wireless sta
tion at Darwin, near Palmerston. South
Australia, which waa calllnir the wireless
station at Sydney. The signals received
were quite clear. This is aaia to ns
record alsiance in wirc. icicsnninj.
Record-breaking estimates for army sp-
nrnnriatlnns were laid before congress
by the War department Seoretary Gar
rison transmitted to the house his est
mateafor the military establishment dur
ing the next fiscal year, aggregating
xi6a.0oo.000. which Is roundly tin, 000,000
greater than the figures submitted
....... n trn tlr 1h- UflllV bill.
Louis Kuehne. former republican leader
of Atlantic City. N. J . surrenaerea yes
, ....4 . .mi announced that he was rean
to aerve the sentence of one year In
prison and pay a fine of M0 Imposed
upon him more than two .years ago.
Kuehnle was found guilty, of being cor
ruotlv interested In tho awarding of a
rsiiTi-ia & ssr, ssafflr11-1
city board of water commissioner.
John N. Hennessv. who waa former t
Governor 8ulzers graft Investigator, Is
authority for the statement that two men
win mane a ronicsaion in me jonn uon
proceedings In New York next Monday
which will Involve a "high state official, '
and possibly others. The nature of the
alleged crime will be the most startling
that has been exposed in the entire graft
Investigation, Hennesy maintains, and It
Will involve tne passing ot money.
Sklnrd from tlend to Heel
was Ben Pool. Threet, Ala., when dragged
over a rough road, but Bucklen'a Arnica
Salve healed all his Injuries. Ec For sate
by your druggist. Advertisement.
Is the Road to
Good Menus for
THE CHICAGO DAILY
Supervision of Spending Dij
of Judge Pinckncy anc
Bltovrg Mothon How tV Clotke
"Kiddle" and Prepare Their
Meals at Low Cost.
MENUS FIR ALL NNSEWIVES
.WHERE 'WE WILL THERE'S A WAT
BY BErfRTaL HTDB
,0t!aae4 fres flnt pace.)
THE HE ar at pretest about 860 fam
ilies on the pnlon rolls. Every fam
ily Is visited at least one a month by ene ef
tht Jurealla probation sMctrs, each at whom
bass on of the twelve Olstrlet Into which
the city Is divld4 under btr charce. Ml
Nesblts make many of these visit with
the rrsular ofllcers.
Blnee the pensioned mother art lhn
selves In a' SsAis publlo officer, each of
Ultra la chsrrt of th proper narinf of a
number of future citherns, they ar required
to keep accurate accounts ef th way la
which thay spend th public fuada
It I Miss Nesbilt's work to sTo over the
accounts with th various mothers and ts
tutrrvt how they caa (t mors for th money
they hav to tpenS. Shs Is even ready to
prepsr special menus, adapted to th dtf.
fj rrnt families, by follow)n wfetch dsltclou
and nourlshlnc meals may b served at a
cost within th family buesrst.
And ir there I unr dish pn U list wfatoh
the mother do not Jt now how to cook. Mis
Kesbltt wilt demons rat oa tbespot tfa's
best method of Its preparation. '
IN order thai this scrviet'casy t mors
widely satsndtd through th city, Uls
Mscbltt I now eaxaswd In (Ivtns; a r!s
of lesson to th tshty aursoofth Viatic-
Thtr are, doubtless, many houiwlvs in
ths city not ori th pension list who would
be tlad to profit by tats taport advle and
direction. With that Ufe In mind. Tbb
Tribvkx .print th rntnua for xvsa con.
sseutlv dsys prtpartd for a family cos.
sIstlBC of, th moth.tr sad four son. cd
respectively 13, 8, 5. and 4 years eld. All
the food used for the stirs metis of each
day can b purchased la the Chteaxo markst
for W cents, provldtd' the; supplies ar
bourht In Broesr Quantities, f
POLLOWtNO are th menus:
PlRtT BAY. ,
Oatmeal with tujmr ' top milk.
Just trie ordinary knowledge
of baking requirements aijd a little
Calumet ta'J" all.
No great skill, experience or
special directions for use are needed.
Calumet will do its share and more.
It will produce the lightest, tenderest,
tastiest pastry you ever ste you can de
pend upon it absolutely. It will save you
materials and disappointment because it
certain. It will save you money because it is
moderate In cost. One test proves it's best.
Guaranteed pure. Grocers recommend it.
XXCHVED HIGHEST AWARDS
WeeWe Pur F4 Expki., CUces. BL
ririi bsMWH. Fkm Mu. !
west point man hurt
IN AUTO UPSET AT PENDER
WEST POINT, Neb., Nov. 27. (Special.)
W. L. Smith of West Tolnt met with
an automobile accident Saturday. In ap
proaching the town of Pender he noticed
that one ot the rear doors of his car
was swinging open and In reaching back
to shut the door accidentally turned the
steering wheel, causing the car to run
Into the ditch, turning a double somer
sault and throwing him with great vio
lence to the ground, where he laid un
conscious for some time. A neighbor
came to the rescue and after a time the
Injured man recovered sufficiently to be
i and tank for ehUdrta:
mush with sugar and top.
ilt aiSSftnllk for children.
T fr adult and mjlk for ehlldrea.
Creamed eodnsb on toast.
Buttered beeta Potatoes
Coffee for adult and milk for cfcUdrtn.
Pried corn meal mush- with caramel
CoRe fer adult and cocoa for children.
LUNCHEON Ok SUPPER.
Oreetn f petal soac with toast
Tea for adult anmllvor children.
Meet ball with no Via bwwn sravy.
Coffee for adtfteEid milkier dkltdrta.
Orahaaa mush with ucar
Toast wish coffee fer adult
for i children.
LUNCHEON OR SUTPER
Baked bran with tomato sauce.
Home made bread andbuUerlne,
Cambric tea for children 1M lea for
Bluffed beef heart
Baked apple, V ,f '
Horn mad bread andPmtterlao
Coffe fer adult aad muk fOr cufidr en.-
Oattrieal with top milk and surer.
Toast. CeCe tor adults aad cocoa for
LUNCHEON OR SUPPER.
Corn meal muffin. (
Creamed parsnips. .
Tea for adulta and cassbrlo tta for
Browned beef stw with dumpling
Coffee for adults and milk for children.
) SIXTH BAY
. Cera sneal paacake with sirup.
taken to town. No peimanent 111 ef
fects are anticipated.
Mis Vera Armstrong of Wlsncr. ar.
advance student In the domestic science
department of- the stato university has
been engaged to speak and demonstrate
at the farmers insuiuics, 10 oa nem
mis III una vl. .,w
Marriage licenses have been granted
during the tast sevn dsys to the fol
lowing: William G. Schuler and Miss Ella
M. Paerkert ot Hooper, and to Frederia
Buerman and Miss Marie Rebhausen 08
J. H. Larson, a prominent resident oj
eastern Cuming county was elected presi
dent of the Cuming County Sunday!
School association, at the convention
held last week.
NOVEMBER U. 1913.
Stewed dried peaches.
ColTee TejUa and milk for ehlldr
of Ltma beans
made bread altllbutterlnal
Flank steak brWed.
Rutabasa masbedwsjh potatoes.
Horn mad bread wlltt butterlne.!
?oaehed trf ontoast.
est. Coffee for adults and cocea ff
luVcheon or supper.
OrahsrnViumns with home mad cara
Cambric tee tdaths children aad tea for
Stewed ratal na.
Horn mad bread arxXbutterlne-..
Code for adults and mllVTWf dhltdrta.'
interested in " Economical
Housekeeping should know
what butterine is. It is not
an imitation of butter, but
it does .'contain the same
ood elements as,butter.,
acknowledged to be the
best, contains: '
Animal Fat Creamery Butter
These ingredients are
churned until thoroughly
blende, formed into bricks,
wrapped in parchment pa-
per and in hygienic cartons.
AWMOUPf SQ COMPANY
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