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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Copley, Jswrier, 215 S. 16 th. 3 5 th year.
riaeUty Storaffa ft Van Co. Doug. 1516.
Havs Boot JPrlnt It Now Beacon Tress.
life Ini? Tf. Fann Mutual. Oonlfl.
Zmu Lighting Burgess-Qranden Co.
A. M. Davis' Quality cards Is the thing
for Christmas. A Hospo Co., 1513 Douglas.
Xmprovemtnt Club to Sleet Tho South
east Improvement club will meet Tuesday
evening In tho now Bancroft school at
Seventh and Bancroft streets.
Shtrnian'a Condition Improves
Charles R. Sherman, who has been de
tained at home two days by grip, Is de
cidedly better and expects to be out
By Making This responsible trust com
pany executor and trustee you will avoid
nil contingencies and disabilities of Indi
vidual trusteeship at moderate cost to
your estate. Peters Trust company, 1622
Club to Vie Bed Cross Stamps From
now to New Year's the Commercial club
will use lied Cross stamps on all Its cor
respondence. A large quantity of tho
stamps has been secured for this pur
B&llroad Boosts Highway The
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
Spirit of Holiday Season Manifest
in School Activities.
CALL OF VACATION HEEDED
Kxodits of I'noiilly unit Stuilrnti
from Stntc tVnrmnli mid Pri
vntc CoIItrco Plans for
Mr tv Yenr.
Tho Inst week at tho Wayne State
Normal school was filled with Interest
ing events pertaining to tho various ac
tivities -of the school, and on December
19 the work closed In all departments and
the students returned home for a, vaca
tion of two weeks. On Monday evening
the German department rendered a very
unlquo program In the chapel; on Tues
day evening tho Scandinavian club, a re
cent organization of the school, gavo Its
first program; on Thursday morning at
the regular convocation hour students
I and faculty wero tho guests of the prl-
Lln- mary department, tho first and second
coin Highway Is outlined In red on a new grado pupils giving a Christmas cantata;
folder just Issued by tho Chicago & on Thursday evening tho young women
Northwestern Railroad company. Tho of Terrace" hall, under tho direction of
folder advertises a new train between Miss riper, gavo a humorous cntcrtaln
Chlcngo and tho coast. ment In tho chapel; on Friday morning
Jfo Christmas Sinner at Club Com- ' the kindergarten pupils ontertalned the
nierclal club members will not have din- school with a number of appropriate
ner at tho club rooms on Christmas day. ' Christmas Bongs, closing by reciting in
No lunch Is to bo served there on that concert, "The Night Before Christmas."-
1'reeiucnt uonn addressed a tcacners
day. Most of the members deslro to have
their Christmas dinner at home.
Barnes with Peters Trust A. K.
Barnes, son of Justice J. B. Barnes of
the supreme court of tho state of Ne
braska, has become associated with' tho
Peters Trust company und will enter
the work of preparing wills and trust
Bid Not Understand racts A suit
brought by A. P. Knapp to recover
money alleged held by II. B. Wnldrdn
of Waterloo and tho Citizens' Stato bank
was dismissed yesterday and Mr. Knapp
issued' a statement that his action re
sulted from a misapprehension of tho
Crelghton Alumni Alumni of Crclgh
ton university will meet at court room
mooting at Tekamah on Friday.
Hon. Georgo W. Wlltso and S. O.
Reese, both of Randolph, were visitors
The Young Men nnd Young "Women's
Christian associations selected as dele
gates to represent them at tho student
I volunteer convention at Kansas City
Eugenia Madscn, Lillian M. Jewell, Con
rad Jacobson and Inez D. Havens.
J'EIllI STATE NORMAL.
Activities Preceding "Vocation, nnd
Sonic to 1 'olio t-.
Tho manual training department gave
a two days' exhibit and at the conclusion
tho articles wero placed on sale and
No. 1 of tho Crclghton Collego of Daw, j everything was sold in an hour.
iiu oouin iMBnieeniii nireei, hub iuii-i- jn tn0 cinBa, basket ball games tho
noon at 3 o'clock to adopt bylaws. The I juors beat tho sophomores, while tho
officers selected at tho pan-alumni ban- scniors beat tho freshmen by a narrow
quet of November 30 have prepared a niargln, Thc unon ,n tho fJnaI at
tentative .constitution and bylaws. . th ,! hv .
roUow. Brother on Operating IU- J Tha kln(1ergartners gave an exhibit of
ouaiey woue. son oi jura, josepn mu- worK dono a,on? chrIfltmaa nes an(1
i,Hr, "i"' """" ended with a program. Tho training
school gavo Its exhibition and program
Clarkson hospital for appendicitis. He
arrived from Andover Sunday. A year
In lhA fi(M, oriinl TnV.
: '"r,r; : ,'Ur "howed much preparation.
;' ;1- "ZYJtl. f ,w ., h,. p"f- B. C. Hendricks and his wife left
" Friday for a visit with the home folks at
Bothe Comes to Omaha With tho
closing of the United States navy re
cruiting station at Hastings yesterday,
This will glv a record in book form of
all books in the library. ,
The two gleo clubs are now hard at
work on "11. M. a Pinafore," which will
bo presented somo time In February.
The basket ball girls have been prac
ticing for tho coming games with Lusk,
Casper and Douglas.
"Strongheart," tho senior play, is be
ing thoroughly practiced, to be In shftpo
to put on January 18. The orchestra will
furnish special muslo for tho occasion.
Tho fifth grade's language work has
been tho study of Christmas customs In
other lands. The sixth grade have been
doing special work In tho study of sugar
cane in connection with their geography.
linrnli! Smith Winn Prise In I)rc
Doatio will have a largo delegation at
the student volunteer convention In Kan
sas City, December 31 to Jnnuary 4.
Misses Clara Holmes, Ethel Rough and
Trllla Gardner aro delegates front tho
Young Women's Christian association
and Messrs. It. 8. Hudson, C. 8. Htgby,
M. I Mortcnsen and A. HenJIIIan from
tho Young Men's Christian association.
Miss Gertrudo Hanfonl, dean of women,
ill represent the faculty.
A series of slcreoptleon views of
sconcry in Wtyomlng and tho national
park was given at tho chnpel Monday
night. C. C. Spencer, whoso homo is at
ody, Wyo gavo a talk explaining tho
pictures. By request the Vlows wero
shown again Saturday night.
Tho Independent Debating club held Its
nnual midyear banquet Saturday night.
Harold Smith was tho winner of tho
prlzo In tho declamation contest of tho
cademy at Leo Memorial chapel Tues
day, December 16. Tho seven contestants
did very well, but Smith won with tho
humorous selection, "Frapped Foot Ball. '
Harold Davis won a close second. Tho
Judges wore Ilcv. W. A. Tyler, Prof. A.
Hoyhoo and Miss Florence Dye.
Tho second number of the series of
entertainments given by tho conservatory
occurred Friday evening. The sophomore
class presented "Tho Merchant of
enleo Up-to-Date." Muslo was fur
nished by tho orchostra.
Fred Figt of Suttcn, a sophomore, who
was accidentally injured In tho flag scrap
here last week, had a recent Betback
and had to undergo an operation. Ho Is
now at tho city hospital and it Is not
ot known if ho will bo able to return
to his homo during tho holidays. His
mother has como to his sldo nnd will
remain until ho Is able to go home.
Tho first entertainment of tho scries
presented Sy the conservatory December
was quite a success. Tho program was
made up of tlirco parts, tho first and
third being music by tho orchestra. Tho
second part was a play, "How tho Vote
Was Won," a take-off on the English
reison. rom were they will go to
Geneva to pay Mrs. Hendricks' parents
a visit, and then thoy will enter tho
w it uH,. n'hn ho horn In eharen of "vouy "i vnicago, wnero i'ror. lien
h nffln thnrn. was ordered to tho Mcka wln tako master's degree in
Omahr. station for duty, whilo Frank , June- n has leavo of absenco for tho
Miller, master-at-arms, will leave tomor- ( reBt of the year, and Prof. Charles No
row for tho navv recruiting station it I vak w111 his place.
New York City. I m"B nubv Ferguson of tho elocution
lecturer Cannot Come The manager department has been giving some of the
of Madame Maria Montessorl. the Italian , mongers or uie faculty a "workout
promulgator of a "practical teaching" i overy evening preparatory to the play to
philosophy, has wired Superintendent E. . bo Slven the latter part of January to
U. Graff that the woman will bo unable . off a debt Incurred in last year's
tn !--tnrn In Omaha, as she sails for I athletics.
Europe' Tuesday. The manager suggests J In the tryouts for tho lhternormal de
a friend., of Mottame ilontessorl, who bating team this year twenty-four have
COUhl, M IS flUIL, UU11.CI icliuiv i"'" wen Uliuill.
with a ' Inuch, forfe as Madame Montcs-i
sorl, herself, at much less expense.
Feeds Tramps Mo More Dr. A. F.
Burkard. who resides at 1S02 South Sev
enteenth street, has been In the habit
of feeding most any vagrant who hap
pened along. Friday a young giant called
and asked for food. Ho agreed to do a
little work In the cellar. Later two win
dows wero found unfastened. Now tho
doctor has put up a sign reading, "No
tramps fed here. They have tried to
Cigar Jobbing Firm
Is Branching Out
Omaha Is' still young enough for an
old-timer to recall the small beginnings
of somo of the concerns which nave
since risen to large proportions. Tho
Tracy Bros, company, which is ono of
tho largest exclusive cigar JobblnS
concerns In Omaha, was started by the
lat- Charles A. Tracy In 1832 in a email
store at 1523 Douglas street. From this
small beginning' the business grew
rapidly and In 1902 tho firm, doing a big
business for that time, Incorporated with
Charles A. Tracy as president and his
brother, T H. Tracy, vice president and
treasurer, the firm name being tho samo
as It Is now styled.
The Tracy brothers continued to push
their goods, both retail and wholesale
at such a rapid gait that another store
and warehouse became necessary, and
the three-story building at 1415 Douglas
street was taken over as the main store
of tho company. Two years ugo a store
was opened up by Tracy Bros company
at 542 Broadway, Council Bluffs, and
reecntly tho Morlta: Meyer store was con
verted into another stand of this com
pany. Since the death of Charles A. Tracy,
which occurred last spring, the business
has been under the management of the
Vice president, T. II. Tracy.
Slost Wonderful Healing.
After suffering many- years with a sore,
Amos King. Port Byron, N. Y., was cured
by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 25c. For sale
by your druggist Advertisement.
This year only two aro on a debate, ono
on a side,
I.utf nntl DelmtliiK Classes UiiiIoi-ko
Iiik Excellent Drills.
i no uouaung sections, under the. til.
rectlon of Prof. Newton W. Oalnes, are
doing somo lively work and the practice
a student gets In this department m
thinking and expressing himself without
notes is a most excellent drill.
ino parliamentary law class, under
iroi. j. i. iiay, has more than iOO
stuaents in regular attendance. The or
ganization begins with municipal orran
ization, carrying through county, state
ana rmally national.
jax-jupcrintendent Coney of Stanton
county Is a guest at the college, where
" uaugnter has been a student for the
last two years. '
irM . . r 1 1 . ...
uiiu inrn, uituen entertained as
guests over Sunday Miss Acord and Miss
Mcuougal, teachers In the Indian school
Superintendent F. E. Stech of David
City addressed tho professional training
class Thursday along tho professional
line of teaching. Ho was greeted with a
large audience and was greatly appre
Tho complimentary concert tendered by
thp. fnnillv nnri ntilrlAnta rt V nr. ft
lego ao a part of the Young Men's ChrlS'
tlan association entertainment course at
the Methodist church was acclaimed good
In every detail.
Dr. Joseph H. Bethards of Toledo, O,
who has been visiting his nephew, Presl
dent Clemmons, for the last week, has
Bee Want Ada Produc Results.
CIIADRON STATE NOIlMAIi.
Scattering; of Faculty nnd Student
A number of the faculty will spend th
holidays out of the city. Among thoao
who go to Lincoln are the Misses Del
zell, Copeland, Swedberg, Harris, Clark,
Mrs. Rustln and Prof, and Mrs. Phllpott
Miss Steckelberg will bo at her homo 1
Plymouth, Miss Pollock at her homo In
Fairmont, Miss Frailer at Alliance, l'ror.
Clark at Seneca, Kan.; Miss Paine at
Fayette, la., and Prof. Beeler at Chi
The librarian Is accessioning tho books,
I Ml I
Of Practical Utility
ffT Thcrmos Carafe is the good
gtX I servant in the home ; it will save more
ggSj? steps tnan anything else in the world.
and ice cold in thc summer. It is the prift
LL CI I 1 r i
uolji usciui ana Dcaucirul.
Christian association course and was wolli
attended In spite ot tho Inclement
Tho students have taken hold of the
movement to endow tho chancellor s
chair Tho plan la to raise .V,000 among
tho Hpworth leagues of tho state, the
Income of which shall be used to puy
the chancellor's salary In tho future.
About 260 students from 10) towns have
slgnUled their willingness to start things
going at once.
Y0TIN6 CONTEST ATTRACTIVE
As Conducted by Thc Bee it Has
Many Attractive Features.
IS COSTLESS TO NOMINEES
Business Men Help
Thorn. Who Winn to Hitler Their
Nnmrs for Some of the l'rlr
Offered Nerd Not Go to n
I'ent of Expense,
Tho Merchants and Mnnufactuiors'
voting contest as conducted by Tho Boo
Is In no way like tho vorloua other vot-
nrflror of Comnanv A. Nebraska Na- Ing contests with which tho- public has
tlonal Guard, have Just completed ar- long been familiar. One of tho nttroe-
rangements for a series of competitive vo icaturts or tho contest is that It
.i..iit. v,. ,liiM.n ovrn-v Monday costs not a penny to vecomo a nominee,
night at the armory, beginning December n"r doe"i " cost anything to secure the
22. Lieutenant Arthur Marowltx. 1 n Prltos when won. Not a cent of extra
charge of tho contests, has been very
successful In" securing the co-operation
of tho leading business men in tho city.
Tho drills aro to bo earned out in a
manner quite different than heretofore.
oxpenso at any time.
It's no trouble. to savo that which wo
ordinarily throw away labels, cartons
and wrappers. Th buying pub)lo should
need no special urging to purchase well
known articles of every day use. Tho
Along with tho proverbial gold medal, Rbols, cartons and wrappers from tho
which remains the property of tho com- various products listed have a big voting
pany, other prltes will bo given consist- value. But, evon better than that those
ing of unlquo gifts from various bust- Roods aro leaders In their respective
ness Institutions. Tills Is an innovation lines. They nro used wherever high
with thc guardsmen. qunllty products aro In demand.
Following Is a list of prizes, one of Kvory housowlfo knows that when she
which will bo awardpd nt each contest: buy Calumet baking powder she gcti
A box of cigars from John's rlgnr nR K00'1 a" modern methods nnd high
store; two tickets to tho Brandels thea- grade materials con nroduce. Calumet
ter: Leon hat, donated by Leon's Store oru. uso,i WU h(lV0 a permanent place
Rtnrn; wntrli ffth Ann'n.p.l W l.lm tho list of household purchases. It is
tho Jeweler; full course In business cor- ' only baking powder for which votes
responuenco and ad writing at Hoylcs are given In the M. & M. contost.
college; pair of army shoen from Robin- Ti, iluues c),,iren who aro work
OrumTonryear's membVrshlp offered '" 'or " "r" f will
by tho Young Men's Christian assocla- !" t a big vote getter when thoy per-
tton. suudc the men folk to smoke Lawrence
Arrangements aro being made to pro- Barrett cigars. They nro not only piling
vldo for as many spectators as wish to "P tho votes, but thoy aro doing tho
KEAHNI5Y STATK NOHMAIi.
Vnrlons IJU-erslons 3Msrlc Close of
Membors of tho faculty who will spend
their Christmas vacation out of town
aro Miss Anna K. Caldwell, who goes
to Mlnnenrjolts: Miss Jennings to Daven
port; Miss Gardner to University Placo;
Miss Bothwell to her homo at Thrco
Rivers, Mich.; Miss Hicks to Farnam:
Miss Brown to Shelton: Miss Wirt and
Mrs. Brlndley to Omaha; Miss O'Connell
to Tecumseh; Misses Hanthorn and Lud
den to Lincoln; MIbs Williams to Barnes,
Kan., Miss Garret to New Orleans, Mobile
and other southern points. Miss Hoslo to
Central City; Prof, and Mrs. M. n.
BnodKrass to Alilanco; Prof, and Mrs.
Sutton to Broken Bow.
Tho Klndorgarten bund held their an
nual banquet in tho klndorgarten rooms
The cantata "Holy Night" was given
bv Mrs. Steadman s chorus of 100
view tho contests.
smokers a favor whon thoy Introduco
them to these famous cigars,
Tho coffeo drinkers who llko the best
and will have no other can mako no
tntstako whon thoy buy Parmer's Gold
Bond coffee. Gold Bond will satisfy tha
particular ones those who know and
appreclato good coffeo whon thoy taste
It. Parmer's coffees, teas and spices am
Omaha products. Tho voting value on
all Parmer goods. Is very generous,
At All (Iroeern.
Hu-Co and Tan-gier pure food brand
are to bo had from practically every
grocer in Omaha and surrounding torri
tory. Tho Hughes Wholesalo Grocory
company Is nponsor for thoso excellent
.tpttlititt a All Tlitrn nf1 Tan. da
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Sharp Shod Rule
m Effect Tuesday
Unless all teamsters have their horses
"sharp shod" by Monday evening thoy
will seo tho Insldo of tho city Jail, ac
cording to nn order promulgated by
Chief of Police H. W. Dunn last night
Ho says that whon tho streets are bIIp
pcry It Is nothing less than cruelty to
dumb animals to let them go about
pulling heavy loads without sharp lugs
on their shoes.
horses wero not sharp shod after Mon
Is good for votes. In addition to this
liberal offer the contest department will
award votes on all receipted bills Issued
by tho Alamlto Dairy company.
Clean bread from a clean bakery-
ISvcry lonf protected by a germ-proof
wrnpper. That Is in Itself a big induce
ment to buy Butternut bread. To Intro
duce this wholesome bread Into homes
that have never tried It. tho New ling-
land Baking company has arranged with
tho contest douurttnent to Issue a largo
number of votes on Butternut bread.
The other New Ungland brands are good
for voles, too.
On December 21 Christmas eve will
bo awarded tho first bonus prlrcs. In
each of tho four districts some woman
nnd a fortunato youngster are going to
get one ot thoso handsomo prltes, The
voting for thc bonus prltes will closo at
noon, December 22. In tho ovenlng
edition of Tho lleo for tho 3M will be
published tho names ot tho successful
Tho nrganltatlous in Omaha and vi
cinity aro taking a big Interest In thn
contest. Many of them aro perfecting a
systematic plan for securing votes. Thoy
are going In with a determination to
win. During the last week tho contest
manager has had tho pleasuro of meet
ing with sovcral lodgoa nlid societies. At
their request ho outlined vnrlous meth
ods for a successful canvass.
Tho Pastlmo Pleasuro and Dancing
club will glvo one of Its popular parties
nt Douglas auditorium Christmas night.
Contestants who enjoy dancing should
mako a nolo ot this. Doublo voting
cou.xjiis will be given on that occasion.
Tho M. nnd M. voting contest has
stortcd with a vim. It lasts all win
ter. During tho dull weeks that usu
ally follow tho gaieties ot tho holi
day season it will keep tilings moving
merrily, at tho same time affording en
tertainment and possibly profitable em
ployment for hundreds of contestants.
Three Horses Rescued
From Blazing Barn
carry a big voting value, tsvory timo
you buy a Hu-Co or Tan-gier brand you
aro nddlng a largo number of votes to
your standing in tho M. & M. contest,
When you know that you aro using
puro milk and cream you know that you
are safeguarding the health of your fam
lly. The guarantee of tho Alamlto San
itary Dairy company is back of evory
Flro of undetermined origin destroyed drop of pasteurized milk and cream that
a barn In tho rear of tho residence f Ib Hold from that uairy. isvcry mux cap
Fred Goodman, 1914 Grace street, last
night. Neighbors who discovered the
blazo risked their lives to rescue threo
horses which wero tied In their stalls.
Tho flro was extinguished only after tho
barn had been nearly entirely destroyed.
Considerable trouble was caused whon
a street car ran across a line of hoso.
cutting It In two and stopping the water
supply at a critical moment.
To tlm llotmrTVlfr.
Madam, If your husband Is like most
men ho expects you to look after tho
health of yourself and children. Coughs
and colds are the most common of tho
minor ailments and are most likely to
lead to serious diseases. A child Is much
moro likely to contract diphtheria or
scarlet fever when it has a cold. If you
will Inquire Into the merits of tho vnrlous
remedies that nro recommended for
coughs nnd colds, you will find that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands
high In the estimation of people who use
it It Is prompt and etfoctual, pleasant
and safe to take, which are qualities
especially to be desired when a tnodlclno
Is Intended for children. For sale by all
Dr. W. W. Bowser has moved his office
from Fifteenth and Farnaui to 314 Bee
Miss Blancho Brotherton, who is at
tending Sm'ith college, will spend the
holidays at Philadelphia and llarrlsburg
with school frl?fid-
Send a Word
Just a few words a
gift of friendliness and
gopd cheer to those in
distant places on Christ
mas will make tho day
brighter and more signifi
cant. Tho Bell Telephone
makes it possible for you
to sharo your happiness
with those who may have
Telephone and spread good
cheer, for Christmas comes
but once a year.
Oldest, Safest, Strongest, Best
Standard family medlcJB.
No alcohol. Sold for 60 vein.
Ask Your Doctor.
; a Aw Oat, I
Root J&eported 111
in Southern City
According to word' reoeived In Omaha
yesterday Joseph C. Root, sovereign com
mander of the Woodmen of the World.
has been token 111 at Spartansburg, S. C..
during the course ot an extensive trln
voices Friday morning Tho boIo parts I through the south. Woodmen of the
wero taken by Mr. Dean Smith, tenor,
Prof. George N. Porter, baritone, Mrs.
Grace B. Steadman, soprano. Mrs. Stead-
man also was assisted by Mrs. Olive
Strong, pianist, and the Normal orches
tra under tho direction of Prof. B. H.
On Thursday occurred tho annual ex
ercises ot the handing down of tho Junior
song. The senior class of over 160 mem
bers, mado a very fino appearance ub
Uiey came marching Into chnpel singing
the junior song. Tho class president, Mr.
Glenn Chadderdon, gave a brief history
of tho song and Its composer, Prof. C. A.
Murch, after which tho Bong was pre
sented, and accepted by the Junior, presi
dent, Mr. Donald Green.
World officials said their understanding
was that Mr. Root's Illness was not se
rious, but that he has been troubled with
a branchial ailment caused by much
COPS ARREST CARD PLAYERS
IN HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Term Just Ended Splendid In Every
Tho collego closed Friday and will not
resume Its work until January 6. The
term just ended has been a splendid ono
in every particular.
This year wo have had several loans
and gifts to our museum and collego
library. Just recently Mrs. II. M, Cun
ningham loaned several valuable books
for tho Bible department. Mr, Thomas
Wlttstruck made a gift of a splendid set
Tuesday evening tho conservatory gave
the first public students' recital of tho
year. There wero seventeen numbers
rendered with credit both to those who
took part and to their teachers.
Rev. S. R. Ferguson of Cedar Rapids,
la., district superintendent of Sunday
schools for Iowa, Kansas and Missouri,
stopped off with his son, Prof. Fer
guson, a.nd while here addressed tho col
lege students, giving threo of tho essen
tial personal characteristics for success
Lust Sunday the largo college choir
gave tho beautiful Christmas cantata.
"The Star of Bethlehem," by F. Flax
Ington Harker, at the Methodist church.
Many wero turned away on account of
the inadequacy of room. This chorus
was under tho direction of Prof. II. M,
Fuhr of tho conservatory.
Policemen seeking gambling In Omaha
discovered a sociable game In tho base
ment of tho Carlton hotel barber shop
and cigar store Saturday and arrestod
two men, who gave the names of Joseph
Armstrong and George Howard, as kecP'
ers; Dave Bcrkowltr, city license Inspec
tor, and Gail Ruingold, operate the
barber shop. They declaro that tho card
game In tho basement was not gambling,
but merely a sociable pastime, gotten
up by patrons ot the placo, and that
they had nothing to do with It. itaingold
sold that ha allowed card games for
cigars as "stakes," because It boosted
his business, but that gambling for
money was nob permitted. Sergeant Van-
ous and Detectives Holden nnd Pssan
owskl mado tho arrests.
NEnilASKA WESI.I3YAN UNI.
THERMOS CARAFES come b two quilitica, $3.50!
and JJ5.00, Thermo bottles gt.oo to $3.00. Thermo
Luncheon Kiti from fx. 00 up.
At all Good Dealers fa Your City
Look for tkt name Thtrmai am tit Xu.
Qs.rtB.ttu. $2.58 American Thermos Bottle Company
PUt Battles $1.50
Hoard nt Trusters Considers Endow
The Wesleyan Glee club gavo an enter
tainment at Peru last Friday evening to
a crowded house. Saturday evening a
program was given at Brock, Neb.
Tho board ot trustees was In session on
Thursday, the principal business being In
connection with tho endowmont campaign
and other financial matters.
The wesleyan male quartet gave a
home concert on last Monday evening
to a large uudlencq.
Profs. Wills and Jensen acted as Judges
In a debate at the University Place High
school last Wednesday evening.
Profs. Morrow and Brlghtman and
Young Men's Christian Association Secre
tary Slmonda, as well as sveral students,
expect to attend the student volunteer
convention at Kansas City during the
f I rut week in January
Miss Sarah M, Wlllmer gave readings
from "The Sign of the Cross" at the
auditorium last Friday evening. This was
the third, number on the Young Men's
OT"X do my Christmas shop- jP
ping from my office. I fq IX g
lp 1 send clean, pure, s3 j H
' tJL healthful mfc by the box Jfifi
by the box of
My dealer sells
it for 85 cents
REFRIGERATED GAME BIRDS
WITHDRAWN FROM STORAGE
A blc run on tho cold storage ware
houses occurred Saturday, hundreds of
ducks and other game birds being witn-
drawn by hunters in order to comply
with tho law. According to the statute
no name shall bo retained in cold stor-
ago more than five days after the close
of the season.
Billy Townscnd, Low Plxley and doz
ens of other sportsmen mado trips to
the various cold storage houses to tako
out the birds they had placed there for
safekeeping after successful hunts dur-
Ine tho past season. As tho hunting
period closed December 15, Saturday was
the last day of grace for tho refrigerated
PULM0T0R FAILS TO KEEP
LIFE IN NEW-BORN BABE
The police artificial respiration machine
was brought into a new use yesterday
morning by Dr. Van Fleet and police
sureeens when they tried It on a now-
bo t babo In tha homo of H. W. Moss.
1S23 North Twenty-ninth street. Tho in
fant was having difficulty n breathing
and the pulmotor was resorted to but
It failed and the child died after a strug
gle that extended over several hours.
Tho physicians declara that without tho
machine tho Infant would havo died im
FATHER RIGGE TO ATTEND
Rev. William F. Rlgge, Crclghton uni
versity astronomer, will leavo for At
lanta, On., this evening to attend the
annual meeting of the American Asso
ciation for the Advancement of Science
and the Astronomical and Astrophysics!
Society of America, of both of which or
ganizations he Is a member. Tho meet
ings will continue from December a to
is a real
present and its low
cost lets me "remem
ber" people I could
not send gifts to
Be sure it's
It's the gift you're
sure will please.
The great popularity of
the clean. Dure, healtitful
WRIGLEY'S ESSEEH is causing un
scrupulous persons to wrap rank imitations
that are not even real chewing gum so they re
semble Genuine WRIGLEY'S. The better class of
stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. Uiey will be offered
to you principally by street fakirs, peddlers and the candy cpartments of
some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank imitations cost dealers one cent a
package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price.
If you want Wrlgtey'a look before you buy. Get what you pay for.
Be SURE Ws WRIGLEY'S.
W are inserting the above, caution solely to protect our customers, who are continuadlr writing til
that they hsvebeen deceived by Imitations which they purchased thinking they were WRIGLEVS.
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