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BRIEF CITY HEWS
FtdsUtv ormr ft T Co. Swa. MS
Kava oot Tlat X Now Bwwon Praia
rfHfBrM4n Oe. Ualitlns; fl
Claa Hordoa, Wo. aa, will kola Its aa-
riual Robert Hums celebration. January
So. 1P15. at Swedish Auditorium.
fise tarae to Central Klfa Super
intendent draff announced yesterday that
ha had asslirnea Mis. Louise Stner to
the Central Ilth achool.
Teflar. Complete ' Horta Prorraja"
classified section today.- anil appears la
Tha Be EXCLUSIYELT. rind out what
tha various moving plctura theater, after.
Tha fetwlj Advancement of business
up the Far nam Hill Is another reminder
to locate your office in Tha Bee Building-.
tha bulldlnc that la always new."
Is To. Talking T. B. MrPberson. who
landed a contract lor 10,000 burses for
tha European war. has returned to
Omaha -from New York, where he en
deavored to contract for ,000 more. H
refused to discuss the contracts or to
ststa whether or not he secured the
larger one In addition to tho order for
"Theosophj in tha Early ChmreV
Mrs. Catherine "Leonard will lecture at
Theosophlcal hall, suite 701 Bee building,
Sunday evening, at o'clock, on tho sub
ject of "Theosophy In the Early Church,"
in which she will endeavor to show tha
existence In tho church at that time of
the deeper mysteries, which were later
almost entirely lost to the mass of
Te A&axees Socialists Patrick. U
Quintal, strike leader of Faterson, N. J,
will address an audience of socialist at
a meeting to be held at their headquarters
at Nineteenth and Farnam stseets at
o'clock tonight -
"Pharmacy Btndeats' Baao.net Toung
women of the Crelghton College of Pilar
macy freshman class entertained those of
the senior class last nltrht at a farewell
banquet at the Hotel Loyal, followed, by
a theater party. Those present were:
Misses EuUHa Btelnauer, Pauline Banaky,
Louise De France, ona Crowley, Mil
dred Kullk, Bertha Deapenetser anil
A gaes Jensen.
Jr. Xansoa to Speak Dr. Theodore
Hanson Of the National Welfare league
will address the Business Men's league of
the First Congregational church at noon
today. He will speak at 8 o'clock at a
mass meeting at the North Side Christian
church and In the evening at tha same
place to a community meeting. , Monday
and Tuesday. Dr. -Hanson will deliver
four lectures, afternoon and evening, at
the Lothrop school.
This Is a medicine Intended especially
for stomach troubles, biliousness and con
stipation. It Is meeting with much suc
cess and rapidly gaining la favor an1
popularity. Obtalna-le everywhere. Ad
Omaha Not Behind in
Figures for Census
"I believe the manufacturers of Omaha
are responding well to the call of tha
National -Department 6t Commerce for
statistics regarding the manufacturing
of Omaha," said K. 8. Knapp, president
of the Omaha Manufacturers' association.
"While I know that the government has
found it necessary to send out special
calls to tho various .cities where, the
manufacturers have been negligent la
furnishing the. information for this cee
sua report, I am of the opinion that
Omaha' la pretty well up In the matter.
We sent out a great many letters to the
manufacturers In Omaha urging them not
to neglect this, and I believe they have
heeded that advice."
Mr. Knapp says la win bring the mat
ter to the attention of the manufacturers
again Thursday night at the Commercial
club when the annual banquet nf. the
Manufacturers' association Is to be held.
He says If there are any who are still
delinquent In the matter of reporting to
the federal bureau, he will wrcj them
to make these reports at once, as It Is
to the Interest of Omaha manufacturers
and Omaha In general to have as'tujl a
representation when the official report
is published as possible.
Assistant Commissioner W. A. Fills, of
the Commercial club, who Is also secre
tary of the Omaha Manufacturers' asso-
- elation, has sent 6o2 letters to the man-i-facturers
of Omaha urging them to be
prompt with these reports to the govern
ment for the general good of Omaha.
Culls From the Wire
Telegrams were sent to wool growers
all over the state today by. C. H. Stewart,
secretary of the Uteh Wool Growers' as
sociation, at Salt 1-ake City advising
them to hold their clips for higher prices.
The Canadian 'Northern "railway Is 'now
completed from -Lake Superior to the
Pacific coast. The last rail wus laid
Saturday noon at Basque; a village on
the North Thompson river, 300 njiles east
Speaking at a "dinner of optimism" at
Memphis. Secretary of Commerce Red
field declared the European war pre
sented aa unparalleled opporunlty for In
ternational trade, permanently, In favor
of the Veiled Btates,
Charles Baltar, an actor, died at his
mothers borne at Jack-tun, Mich. He was
34 years of age. I'urlng tils theatrical
career he had been a member of the
Metropolitan Opera company and had
been with companies headed by . ii.
Sot hern and Graoe George. . ,
Dr. 8. E. Bennett, federal veterinarian
In chars of Illinois, told stockmen and
state officials at the Chicago stock yards
that federal authorities, acting under or
ders from Washington, have suspended
the killing of animals Infected witii or
exposed to hoof and mouth disease.
The St. Louis jury In the trial of S. D.
J. Kreuser, who U charged with coloring
oleomargarine without , paying the - re
quired facial license, turned fit a sealed
verdict after brief deliberation, A duaen
additional Indictments (or the same of
fense wore returned by tha grand Jury,
which previously had Indicted nun ttiao
George H. Wyatt, former St. Joseph,
Mo. city treasurer, ulcaded cuilty to
embezzlement an.l was senteuced to three
years m ina pttmteutiary. raroi was
granted. Wyatt ra!ne4 as city treas
urer a year ago. after having served the
greater part of two terms and con
fessed he was snort in hla accounts. Ex
amination of the office revealed that
there a as a aeiicii or ix.ssi.is.
J. B. Goods, candidate for congress on
the socialist ticket In the fr'itth rtiMiri.r
of Texas, last fall, was arrested at Dal
las, charged with misusing the mails by
the alleged sending of threats to Mayor
William iiouana or ianas. iooie, it is
charged, wrote the mayor a letter d.
nianding that the city give work to the
unemployed, -ine '( threatened to
blow up tue city pan u work were not
FOR A BAD COLD
, The surest way to stop a cold Is to
liven the liver and cleans the bowels,
and the nicest cathartic to-do this Is a
10 -cent bcz of Cascarets. Take one or
two Cascarets tonight and your cold may
be gone by ruornlcg. .Advertisement.
SCHOOL AKDCOLLEGE NEWS
Two Question, of Importance to
Rural Schools Put Up to
NOTES FROM NEBRASKA SCHOOLS
Two questions of much importance te
Nebraska school management have beea
submitted to Superintendent Thomas for
rulings. These have not as yet been
passed upon, but a decision Is looked for
soon from the stinsrintendent. The ques
"C LARKS, Neb., Jaa. Sl.-Dr. A. O.
Thomas, ' State Superintendent of Public
Instruction, Lincoln: In accordance, with
recent discussions with you regarding
rural school problems, I beg to submit to
your office for official decision and ruling
the following questions:
"1 May a rural school board require the
teacher to give Instruction In common
branches to children who have already
graduated from the eighth grade, said
Instruction not to be a repetition of the
regular eighth grade subjects, but to bo
Instruction of an advanced nature In those
same common branches, so that said
pupils will have subject matter and work
suited to their ability. It being understood
that these classes may be open to the
mature boys and girls of the community
during such part of the school year, aa
they may wish to attend?
"S. May a rural school board require
high achool subjects to be taught In the
district school, where m the judgment of
tho school board tho teaching of such
subjects will best meet the conditions In
"The two questions which I have asked
above strike at the heart of some of the
problems confronting many of the dis
tricts la this state. .
"Thanking yon In advance for a ruling
upon these questions, I beg to remain,
(very truly yours. W. H. CAMPBELL
"Chairman. Farmers' Congress Rural
Way we State Norcaat.
President Conn addressed a natrons'
meeting at Royal last Friday afternoon
The work of the second semester wfll
twirl n on Monday, January- 2S end final
eliminations were held on Thursday an 1
Friday of this week.
The freshmen class has chosen Clara
Smothers of Marple, Neb., editor-ln-chlet
and Lewis Craft of Pierce, NeCL asso
ciate editor for the Issuance of the spe
cial class number of the Uoldearod In
On Wednesday, January . at Benson,
Neb., Elsie Uttell. formerly county super
intendent of Wayne county, was united
In marriage to Mr. Walter Waldo Vaught.
-Mrs. Vaught Is a grsduate of the Wayne
State 'Normal school. ,
Miss Elisabeth Kingsbury writes fram
Defiance, O., that owing to the death
of her father she will not be able to re
turn In Wayne before the opening of the
summer session. During her absence
the German department will be In charge
of Miss Marjorie Selleck of Lincoln. ...
The presence of a large number of
young men' has made desirable the or
ganisation of a new course. A class of
more than fifty meets each Aay for the
study of problems Incident to rural life.
Building construction Is discussed by
Prof, lluntemer of the department of
manual training; Instruction In farm ac
counting is given by Prof. Wiley of the
department of commerce; and work In
rural sociology conducted by Dr. House
of the department of sociology. "
At the close of the first semester three
young women and one young man com
pleted the "work of the advanced course.
Mis Helena Schema! of Hoakina baa been
elected to the position of grammar
teacher at Carroll; Mlsa Katharine Focta
of Mapletoa. . Ia., will begin work on
Monday In tho primary department of the
Council Blnifs schools; Miss Roberta
Dap of Bioux City, la-, has a poaltloa la
the primary department of her home
school; K. R. Rogers of Ionian, Neb.,
will take graduate work In tho cormal
until the close of the year.
. " t Dsais College.
Friday morning the Junior class had
charge of a sandwich sale after chapel.
This Is- the second of a series of sales
which the classes, are holding. The pro
ceeds will be placed In the gymnasium
The schedule for the semester examina
tions was posted by Registrar Burrage
laxt week. Examination week Is from
February 1 to . The week Immediately
preceding It will be given over to re
The annual midyear party of the Alpha
Omega society waa held Saturday even
ing. January 23. In the Congregational
Church parlora. Among the visiting mem
bers were Mr. and Mrs. Swift and Mr.
and Mrs. Carlson.
The junior annual this year Is to be
but out under the title of "The 191s
Tiger." J. S. Wwhart. editor-in-chief.
states that he Is pleased with the ma
terial that Is being prepared.
Preparations are being made for tha
printing of the 1914-16 catalogue In it
will be published the alumni list, which
now numbers nearly Soft, together with
the present address and occupation of
each. The alumni report blanks, which
were sent out recently from Dean Ben
nett's office, are being returned in large
Athletto Director T. T. McConnell has
announced hie intention of offering a
regular 'course In the department of ath
letics particularly adapted to the needa
of those Intending to take up work aa
coaches in high schools. A ten-week
course In foot ball training will open at
the advent of tha second semester. A
tent book dealing with the various styles
of play In the different positions, as well
as thegneral offensive and defensive
part or the game,' will be used. The
style of coaching will be entered Into.
The treatment of Injuries will receive at
tention, and thorough studying of the
rules and fundamentals will take on large
proportions. , .
The home oratorical contest' was held
Friday preparatory to the elate eon test to
be held at Crete some time la. February.
The next number In the recital course
of the college la the contralto, Madge
Miner, wno win appear on January 27.
The Glee clubs are now aettln In form
for their annual trip the early Dart of
March. They will appear this year in the
eouin f laiie country.
President Crone recently returned from
Chicago, where he waa In attendance at
the larne gathering of college presidents
u om an sections or the United tiuues.
Arrangements are now being made for
the examinations to he held next week.
New courses are offered in history. Kn-
gllah, mathematics, education and domes
College Conservatory of Music.
Correspondence is now going on rela
tive to the arrangements for a debate with
the Kearnev Normal. These Institutions
have not ntet In debate before.
The Hastings college foot ball schedule
for next year has been srraueed for
follows: Cotner, Doane. Grand Island and
York at IlawUnus: W ()yan. Central City
and Kearney away from borne.
Last Monday the Frederick Morlev
piano recital, given to the friends of
Hastings college of the city, was said to
be one of the best entertainments of that
claaa ever Klven 1m the city. Mr. Morlev
eaiue onder the uapicea of the Hastings
The Union and Mar Literary societies
lave combined proKruma Friday aid
Saturday evenings in the college audi
The third of the series of vesper serv-
Icm, under the direction of John W.
I'tullii.s,' v.-ss held In the ouiege hr"l
runaay auemoor. at o Iik k. N. W.
Hlnes ruuiUr.ea tin audreva and Prof
i'hillips' choru class waa st its best.
lr. W. O. Henry of Omaha gave the
first series of lectures to be dellver-si
before the yaum men of the college. Me
o a guest of President I'lemmons while
here. The soorid series will be de
livered bait aswek In the Co liege auili-
Kearaey State Xerwial.
Prof, tiemr K. Martin cf Nebraska
city arrived this week to take chars of
his work ae bead of the English ovpart-
ni. riuott, d epuly stale superintend
ent under Mr. Deisell. take up his work
January Si, succeeding Prof. fnotrs
as head of the mathematics department.
At the opening of the aeoond semester,
the KearnCy Normal school beslns a
course for the srecial preparation of
primary kindergarten tea-aVr. Another
new course started the seclmd semester
' a course for the special preparstton ef
teachers to tske charge of the Norrrml
training work in the high schools of Ne
braska. President and Mrs. Dick entertained at
luncheon In the dormitory Thursday roon.
the members of the graduating class,
their sponsor. Miss Smith; sirs. Cora
O'Connell ami Miss Virginia Byerly. who'
are not to be with us the second semester.
The Sunday school classes of Miss O Ootv
nell and Miss Gardner gave a farewell
party to Miss O'Conncll Thursday even
ing. Graduating exercises were held at the
cbarel Thu.-sdny momlnc January 21. nt
"i. n uipiuiiiaa were lreeemeu iu
Archdeacon Ware of the Kearney Military
t-cademy addressed the class. Several
of these graduates are already at work
In school, two at Albion, one at Auror.
and one at Kearney. Some of them are
considerlne good offers and others will
continue work In the school.
The study center work from the Kear
ney State Normal Is growing, the last
study center being organise! at David
City. There is now a good enrollment
cf teachers at work let the different
J .laces of the state, receiving greet help
rotn this special study In subjects they
have chosen to pursue. Classee are met
iargely on Saturdaya. and everr study
center thst hss ren er:nMuMt baa In-J
creased la number. There are now eight
study centers in regular .operation.
The class debates were held Thursday
The Choral club has beg?n work on
Rtalner's "Daughter of Joirus." which
will be given In about three weeks.
. The student bodv yery much enjoyed a
chapel talk bv Rev. Kevoehl Yabe last
Wednesday, ftev. Mr. Tabs la a graduate
of Chicago university.
Rev. Rdward Clutter, '07. gave a talk
St the Thursday chapel services. Rev. Mr.
flutter la now acting as field secretary
for the university.
The university orchestra furnished mu
sl for the Christian Kndeavor banouet
Thursday evening. A violin solo by Miss
Veepersia Luce and a amcal solo by Leslie
Strain were pther special features of the
- The Woman' Educational council win
meet next Tuesday afternoon at the horn
cf Mrs. Roland. Special features on the
program will be musical numbers ren
dered by Mrs. Lure and readings by Miss
Norma Jefferls. The study of Martha
and Mary will be taken up.
KebraalLst Military Aradeaay.
The basket ball team Is playing two
games a week now end has a hard
The ' National Rifle club Is at dally
target practice under the Instruction of
Tha debating team la organised tinder
Captain Wynne and -Is preparing to meet
the Seward High school during the last
week In February.
All the cadets returned from their
Christmas vacation and have started In to
work In fine shape. A number of new
boys came on for the new year opening.
BARACA AND PHI LATH EA
CLASSES TO HOLD RALLY
A rally of all Baraca and Philathea
classes of Omaha will be held t i after
noon at o'clock at the First Presby
terian church. Seventeenth and Dodge
streets. EX F. Denlson, general secretary
of the Toung Men's Christian association,
will make the chief address on "Oppor
Large delegations will attend from
the various Baraca and Philathea classes,
and all other young men and women are
invited by the committee. The program
will Include a song service, business, ses
sion, devotional exercises conducted by
Rev. e. b. Tart, a reading by Miss Ruth
Miller and solos by Miss Ethel Solomon
and John O. Gunn.
NEBRASKA LAUNDRYMEN TO
MEET IN OMAHA IN SPRING
Omaha waa chosen aa the next meeting
place of the Nebraska Laundrymen's as
sociation by the executive committee.
which met at luncheon at Hotel Rome
Saturday noon. State President Hoagland
of Hastings and Secretary Evane of Lin
coln were present - with a dozen Omaha
laundrymen for the meeting. Dates for
the gathering were discussed, but cannot
be definitely fixed until dates of other
state conventions are known. The Ne
braska meeting will be held some time
during the spring, however.
Maay Disorders Cam from the
Constipation, headache, bilious spells
Indicate a sluggish liver. The tried remedy
is Dr. King's New Life Pills. Only 25a
All druggists. Advertisement.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. M.-A sched-
uleed twenty-round m t-h here today
between "Gunboat'' timlth and "Bat
tling" Levlnsky, heavy weights, was in
definitely postponed because of weather
conditions. . ...
The one thing about Ad-
vertising that "stumps" the
average reader is the faet
that the merchant who
spends most in advertising
every year is the one who
can Bell goods at the lowest
margin of profit. If a mer
chant 6penda ten thousand
dollars a year in advertising
how can he undersell the
merchant who doesn't spend
anything for advertising f
Doesn't the ten thousand
dollars come out of the cus
tomers! Of course it does.
The people who buy the
goods pay the advertising
bill the merchant doesn't,
pay it. And yet he can sell
goods cheaper than his com
petitor who does no advertis
ing. How does he do it?
The answer' involve-T'an
understanding of the bimpl-
OMAnA, MONDAY, JANUATtY 2 IMS.
AFFAIRS AT SOOTH OMAHA
Petition ia Boot, in Porco Win
TrtTtl to Lincoln Thursday
on Special Train.
South Omaha antt-conaolldatlonlste. un-
der the leadership of City Attorney Henry
C. Murphy, have completed their program
that win culminate next Thursday at
Lincoln when a "petition In boots" from'
South Omaha, Benson, Dundee and Flor-
enoe will atorm the state leclslature te
register a protest against forcible annex a-
a l ai.. it a .
on. more accuraieiy oeacrioea as senate
file No. J. A special Burlington train has
been arranged tor to carry the opponents
of the propcaed consolidation bill and a
brass band will blare the protests of the
Vnf TllMrfav nlkt rt Attnrne
Murphy baa called a mass meeting at the The trade examinations began last Frl
Orpheura theater. Twenty-fourth and M day afternoon and will be finished Tuea
streeta. A .brass band will muster the j day of this week. lt night the gradu.
crowd and there will be no admission atlj,g aenloia had their banquet at the
charged for the evening. Maurice Ulnchey Rme hotel. The cotdlng events for this
will be chairman of the meeting, which week are as follows-
Mr. Murphy said would be a dignified ! Baccalaureate sermon. Rev -R I
meeting free from any blttemeaa or per-1 " helr r. feumlay evening, high achool
onalltles. "The speaker- will Interpret "VlV'"1?!'
th. side of the South Omaha citizen. op- evenmg'h scMho:"te.nu,orlunr,nMd'V
posed to forcible eonaolldatloit," said! Fljrhth gr.de exercises. Key. Mr. Klrk
Chalrman Murnhv vearnrdar. "There will 1 P!,,.r1''' speaker, Thursday afternoon.
. . ' ," ,.
a-? xska await i t ' x-
Mill Accept Vote.
Petition, against consolidation war. cir
culated freely yesterday. Among the man
favorlng consolidation there are sign, of
orgenlsatloo. although many favoring the
move wm noi align mumseivea wnn eiinert
side. Friends of the bill admitted yester
day thst they had little hope of the meas
ure passing with or without amendment.
The antl-cnnsolidattonlsts say tliey will
withdraw their protest If the bill Is
amended to provide for an election on the
Taken altogether, there are no more
signs of the bill paaalng than at any other
time th. question waa brought vp. It was
said at the Union Stork Yards that the
management would not take part In the
discussion ef the question or Its settle
ment, although soma of the officials ad
mitted that they did not believe In the
merger at this time.
Hot Nrhwol Lasek.
If South Omaha and other. Interested
In the welfare of children could have seen
the 110 West Side school .pupils at their
noonday hot lunch lasfFrlday, the sight
would have been a source of satisfaction
and pleasure to Ahem. Many citiaens,
business firms, and" the South Omaha
Business Men, association have lent aid
and encouragement In this enterprise in
a most substantial and generous manner.
Thl. enterprise; under the auspices of
the local Woman', club, began In a .mall
and humble way In the last day. ot
October. Gradually It has been growing
until tbe present date, which finds It
pretty permanently established. Over
2, MO meals have been served since the
opening, at a cost of TV cent per month
' A beaefit entertainment ha. beea
planned and will be given Wednesday
evening, February J, to raise funds ta
keep this enterprise moving and with a
view ta establishing It In other schools
whose patron, are wanting It. A com
mittee of seven olub women, consisting
ot Meedame. A. D. Majors, Clyde Kells,
Charles L. Gow, Perry McD. Wheeler, N.
R, Bryson, J. B. Watklns and R,- M.
Laverty, have tha arrangement, for this
program in hand. The - meat Business
Mea'a association ha. appointed a com
mittee of five, consisting ef Messrs) Lew
Etter, J. J. Markey. Paul Ueanl, E. O.
Furen and Joe Koutsky to co-operate
with this committee and assist In making
tbe entertainment a. success.
- Mr. N. M. Graham and Mrs. Walter
Nitsche, president and secretary of the
local Woman's elub, are the general
managers and promoter, of the hot lunch
undertaking. Local and Omaha visitor,
have pronounced tha Idea. a. very meri
torious and successful.
Opea for Baalaeas.
. C, E. Boarr, one of the pioneer drug
gists of South Omaha, who conducted a
drug store for twenty-two year, on the
corner of Twenty-fourth , and JM .streets,
which he disposed of two years ago, has
decided that South ,Omaha was the only
place for him to locate. Mr. Scarr trav-
eted quite extensively through the east
and the south, but could not be satisfied
anywhere else but In the Maglo City. He
hit. re-engaged himself in. the drug busi
ness, and' associated In partnership with
Joseph Peschek, who was head prescrip
tion clerk for eight year, for Mr. Scarr,
more, widely known as "Joe."' .....
The firm Is known as the C. E. Scarr
Drug company. They both decided that
South Omaha needed something new and
classy ta the way of a drug store, and
the only way to be convinced is to call
on them. The store I. equipped with first
class mahogany fixtures, Including an
up-to-date soda fountain, which stand,
out In full harmony, making their .tore
a topnotcher. Thoy have fitted up a
Talks on Newspaper Advertising "
By TRUMAN A.. DeWEESE, Buffalo, N. Y. :
est and most elementary
principles in merchandising.
The profits of the big mer
chant who- spends ten thou
sand or fifty thousand dol
lars a year, come from vol
ume and quick turn-over; A
fraall' profit on an article,
multiplied many times each
ten-hour day, is the secret of
success. It underlies, the
success of the merchant
' princes of the world.
"Why is John "Wanamaker
a bigger merchant than
John Jones in the same city!
AVhy can you get an over
coat of John Wanamaker
cheaper than you can get it
in tbe house of John Jones
who spends nothing for ad
vertising? It sounds unrea
sonable to the superficial
student of merchandising.
The answer is: John "Wana
maker uses advertising the
greatest sales force known in
modern merchandising to
. a. 1 m
I move a great volume oi
phone, which II la the privilege of every
- w.r M Vi unig ibj
fXirest and best that money ran buy,
' Nothing old, everything clean and spicy.
.Their grand opening will be announced
j '' Everybody cordially Invited. Don't
go by-come by. Special attention given
to children. Free delivery.
Thanking all for naat farnrs C r
Scarr Drug company. 124 North Twenty.
fourth street, seven1 doors north of post,
office. Thone South Tilt.
t omne'aeeraeat Week.
This Is commencement week In slhool
circles. With examinations to eWtae th.
first semester, and promotions, and ro -
porta, and programs, and senior party, '
and senior plsy. all to conclude with !
graduation Friday evening, makes a busy i
week fo- the whole achool population in
South Omaha from kindergarten to senior'
i year In hlch school, a stretch of thirteen
' . 1
I ' school auditorium, to he fallowed
hv a reception to new pupils Into the
high school and an exhibit by the various
r nior party, noma of Free dent iM
m. r , r.
BIchaHson. Hoard of Fduea-
: "" J?VNorUl eighteenth street, Thui s-
c.eneral teachers' meeting at I o'clock
r rmay, enures n ny it, i:. Klnralev,
11 ltth School Commencement Hhanni. C
Klnssler. chlcsso, orator, high school
Klnsslev Is dlreetor of the t'll..-
beth Mc-C'omlck memorial fund and has
wrinen a -ooa on o)en air schools and
has duae work along the lines of child
welfare and health inspection.
Mr. and Mrs. . H. Harris, for upward,
of twenty' year. ' resldenct. of South
Omaha, are celebrating their golden wed
ding at the home of Mra J. Ia Shaln
holtx, 618 North Nineteenth street. The
exact date of tho anniversary was Tues
day the 19th and a ceremony com
memorative of the occasion took place
on that date, but the Jubtlarlane are re
ceiving the congratulations of their
friends during the whole week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris were married at
Fayettevflla, Mo., on January 1. 1SSS,
Just at th. close of the great civil war.
They Hved In Fayettevllle until 1H, when
they removed to Nebraska. The old
people have four children, all of whom
were present to celebrate the golden wed
ding of their parent.. Many eoatly
present, were received by the old folk.
I we still hat. and hearty.
Buy Your Coal Yourself
How much thought have you given to your coal buying lh '
the past? Left most of it to chance, haven't you)
This vvinter.buy your coal yourself. Tell your dealer you
want the coal that lasts longest, that bums with the least ;
amount of waste, that give steady even heat Tell him '
you want x '
The Cdal That Satisfies '
This is the finest of anthracite coal mined. It is cheaper to '
burn than other coals because it lasts longer. It gives more '
J rt,.fU Wit (
Tab Sin Is Displayed by Dealest
wke esU Lehigh Valley Aatkeadte
Turpin's Dancing Academy 28th and Farnam
Class 'for beginner, and advanced pupils separate eventnga. Tbe latest
erase. Canter Hesitation, direct from New York; ran be danced to fox trot, one
step or waits music. New term. Harney lit. 1'tivate Issaona dally.
goods quickly from hie'
shelves. That is what h
called a "quick turn-over''
and that is the secret of suc
In early every town there
is a nice, genteel, highly re
spected merchant whose
6 tore is one of the landmarks
of 'the town. It has passed
. from father to son through
many generations. The own
er is known as a "conserva
tive merchant." He never
spends any money in adver
tising. Why should he? Isn't
his house as old as the mem
ory of any inhabitant! On
the shelves of his 6tore are
commodities that were on
the shelves when' the store
was run by his grandfather.
Fifty per cent of he goods
are out-of-date and out-of.
style. There is no demand
for the goods, and never will
be. When he sella a gar
ment he must make a good
profit on it. The volume of
K. D. K. Party.
The K. D. K.'e gave thetr-seeond dance
last Tuesday evening at Bushing's hall.
Music was furnished by a select orchestra.
The latest steps were danced. Those it
Anna M surer
Alts Han for.!
Lucille Ntt che
' Hellene NUrbel
Helen 1 lentils
1 AI''',M Alt
' tA Hrr '
Merle Cm ti
t;eorse St hmldt
Morris Olson "
i 'T""T. ?:n""
r ran a w ounor
Joe Dwork Harry Chrislenson
Mlehsel Hlslns Harold Pollen
Leslie 7,'ircher Donald Peters
1 angheme Howard Foote
Stevens leopard Blessing
Kdward O'Nell W ilson
Titil Folev Klmhsce
Ralph Henrv Wesley Adkins
James Northrtip Ralph King
Salvation Army worker, of the city will
find It a arest denl easier to get contribu
tion, from local .treet crowds after to
morrow evening, according to George At
kins, manager ot the Basse theater. At-
kln. ha. scheduled a heart-rennlng photo
drama featuring Alice Joyce aa a Salva
tion Army worker. Reports from other
cities where the picture baa been dis
played are that a closer feeling has re
sulted between the" public and the rmy
Pleaders where the pictures were .hown.
Merle City Geeele.
Great Dane pupa for sale. 1W North
Twentieth street, or call South Hli. -
Tne Woman. Booster club of te local
Aerie of Fames will give a party next
Steel range, base burner, brass bed,
sanltarv couch and dresser, cheap.
George Parks, lr., who ha. been 111
with a sllpht attack of pneumonia, la
Mra Pant Cbadd and Mrs, R Carlev
havs gone east to make spring purchases
In the millinery Una.
Office space for rent In Bee office, tU
street, icims reasonable. iVell known
location. Tel. tsouth 27. .
Mra. F. O. lterk, who renently under
went an cperatton for arpendlcttl.. Is
on the con valesoent list.
Mlsa D, White baa returned home from
Chicago, where she wus called by the
recent death of her niece.
REM BRANDT OTUDIO
Can V. for Teas Xoaae 'Pereaaitiu'ea,
D. iH. Room i, Baldridae ttiJ.
10th and Farnam Bta. ,
heat i heat that u steadier.
It calls for less attention, less '.
Your dealer should handle Le
high Valley Anthracite. If he
can't supply you, write the
COAL SALES CO.
Chics io, .
sales is small, hence he can
not afford to do business on
a narrow margin of profit.
He is content to do business
year after year on the good
name of hi ancestors. And
yet, he hus the same popula
tion to serve as, has his suc
cessful competitor. He has
the eame opportunity. He'
is merely a store-keeper, not
a merchant. Furnishing
shelf-room for dead stock is
not merchandising. ;
Large volume vjuiek turn
over quick profits that's
the secret of successful mer
chandising and the most
important factor is newspa
per advertising not the
timid and pee-wee pipings of
the peanut merchant, but the
bold, persistent, progressive
advertising that makes hon
eyt, candid statements each
day of what a customer may
find in the store of the ad
vertiser. ' TRUMAN A. DeWEF.SE.
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What It Docs:
. Gives you the new
"Military'' shape the
Restores the symmet
rical lines for Tshich
A mcrican women were
famous before they
began to Wear sloppy
corsets or none at all.
Gives perfect hygienic
support and comfortable
Economy i Twice
usual Value for your
money.. - Long wear.
Cut at tnp
side view of
now s u p
h e lew la
ah owl t
form to the
ItnM of the
es lire corset.
Model No. ill
tor Short Toll llgarct
Model No. 811
tor falter Full lig-tre
Wkil Covtil. Simat S3 to 3
The new "Invisible' re
ducing banJs, made of thin
tapes, automatically conform
to the curve of the abdomen.
The improved Nemo
"bridge" assures ample
breathing space and no over
pressure or digging in any
Get the Nemo Habit
For All Figures
$3.00. S3.C0, $f, $5.09
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