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IN SCHOOL SYSTEM
Hiring of Consulting Engineer ' i
other Step Toward Securing of
Economy and Best Results.
lUEAT AND VENTILATION BETTER
Ramifications of the school sys
tem of Greater Oraaha are more ex
tended than the average cltien real
izes. Recently the Board of Educa
tion engaged a consulting engineer
at $160 a month.
"What does the board want with
a consulting engineer?" asked a
patron In a conversation with a mem
ber of the school board.
Engineers and firemen are receiv
ing Instructions from an expert.
Firemen are being taught that their
work consists of something more
than merely throwing in a lot of
coal and If the fuel burns all Is well.
In the first place, the coal U tested for
heat units to determine whether the coal
man la delivering" coal of burning quali
ties as specified In the contract. Then
the ashes are tested to determine whether
the firemen are getting "every pound of
steam" there Is In the coal.
A member of the board, more or less
conversant with coal and auch matters,
observed that some of the firemen were
shoveling out many pounds of half-burnt
coal with ashes, which practice Is being
stopped. Efficiency In firing will be de
manded of the school firemen. The ap
plication of draught to fires Is being
The matter oZ proper ventilation Is re
garded as highly Important In the school
room. An examination of some of the
ventilating systems of the schools showed
that the shafts receiving fresh air were
so near the ground that dust and leaves
were admitted and the leaves ground up
by the fans which force the lr Into the
rooms. These shafts will be placed near
me room wnere oun nU
enter and corrupt the air which the chil- k
ai ue central uign scnooi me consuu-1 , umd for the purchaB, of material and
ing engineer learned that the heating j tools not provided by the Board of Edu
eystem Is deficient. An underground flue cation.
of 300 feet will be abandoned and a stack J The garage la the first pretentious woTk
placed near the boilers. This will cost turned out by the carpentry department
some money, but it is figured that the of the Institution. The boys took the
Improvement will save much In the end. I rough material and did all designing and
' The lighting of schools also will receive j finishing themselves, under the direction
expert examination and Improvement by
the consulting engineer.
Thomas A. Fry. who has taken particu
lar Interest In this situation, figures that
a great saving can be accomplished by
the correct use of coal.
Asks Smith for a .
.Hubby With Money
While he protests he Is no matrimonial
agent. R. A. Smith, of the Union Pacific
colonisation department Is besieged with
letters from women, mostly of the east
and south, who are anxious to have him
find feusband for them out here In the
central west The latest letter , comes
from a Mrs, Alberta Spencer, who writes
from Louisville, Ky. She says:
"I see In your ad for' buyers for rich
land that out In your country the men
seam to be more numerous than the
women. Have you any rich widowers or
bachelors who are hunting for wives 7
If so, I can give yon the namee of sev
eral widows who want rich husbands."
Mrs. Spencer's letter will remain un
answered. Mr. Smith Is of the opinion
Hasy to Make
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HANDKERCHIEF CASE L---'
fjf BREA5t Ijj
By Kathcrine Krochet
Here ase some crochet suggestions that
will help you solve your Christmas prob
lems. Any one of these attractive articles
will make a very acceptable Christmas
gift The designs are all neatly and artis
tically worked out and each of the ar
ticles has a really useful value.
The one for whom you make such a
gift will prise it far beyond its actual
value, lust because It was the work of
your own hands.
I am giving you the instructions for
the baby cap and you will notice that
It Is quite easy to make If you follow
carefully the simple instructions.
Material required 4 balls crochet cot
ton, else 10.
Ck. K loin. 1st Jt-Ch. I. . t under
t ch . 3d R. Dc. In eat t r. M
R. Ch. (Bullion st), thread around
needle IT times. Insert needle in next
dc, throw thread over needle, chain off
t St., then I more, then I more, then draw
thread through remaining over stitches,
ch. off 1 st and rp. r. 4th R. Ch. I,
k. 1 bullion (B), 1 t. between next 1 B..
ch. I. I ch. picot in top of t., 4 ch. p. in
same st. I ch. p. In saraa st. ch. t. 1
dc. between next t B., rp. ro . Join, with
B. SI. st, to top of center lp. on back
Forf School Students Putting
New Talents to Real
ii m-i I wtw-?-.mamr i i '.I... m "jr&ftH H ..
trr.rrr'" t - hr r 'r"r "V!" J
, .... in m ' " -f Yr''""'"'"" m
H J: j: ' "" f,lrmm (
Tf e of Fort ichoo hay completed
garago whlch they expeot to Ml, for
tne benefit of the school fund. This fund
that the Kentucky woman has mercenary
motives and Is hunting money instead
of a husband.
Two Fremont Men
Wed in Montana
Fremont and Omaha friends are Inter
ested In the announcement oi a double
wedding ceremony performed at Miles
City, Mont., November 15. Recently John
F. Green and Henry Schlueter, both of
Fremont left for Montana on a business
trip. From there came the announce
ment of their marriage, Mr. Green to
Miss Minnie Christiansen of Aberdeen,
S. t)., and Mr. Schlueter to Mies H3. Helen
Simpson of Cleveland, O.
The announcement comes as a com
plete surprise to the friends of the' cou
ples In this vicinity. Both couples will
return and make their home In Fremont
Constipation Can Be Cared.
Start a two weeks' treatment of Dr.
King's New Life Pills today. Good for
stomach and liver. 35c. AH druggists.
of p., 1 dc. In center p., ch. S. 1 dc. In
center of I p., rp. r. ftth R Ch. lit.
In ea., st. r. 7th R. 8k. 4 t. 1 sh. of
B. st (over 29 times) In next t. sk. 4
t., 1 dc. in next t. sk. 4 t , sh. of bul
lion st in next t, rp. r. 8th R. Ch, 9,
1 dc. in center of bullion ah., ch. 5. 1 dt.
between 1 bullion sh., ch. 5. 1 dc In center
of next sh., ch. S. rp. r. th R Ch. S, I
t. In ea. st r., join, loth R Rp. 4th row.
11th R 81. st, to top of center lp. on
back of p., 1 dc in center p., ch, 4, 1 dc.
in center of S p., rp. r. 12th R. Ch. 7,
take a lp. around the ch. close to needle,
making 1 st. on the book, take up thread
and draw through 1 st, rp. from until
you have 11 lps. on . needle, insert hook
In same st where 7 ch. started, draw
thread through the lpa, on needle, curv
ing them Into a scallop, with 1 dc In
center of p., completing curved spoke
stitch. 11th R- Ch. I, 1 do. in center of
curved spoke st., ch. S, rp. r. 14th to 23d
R., Incl. 1 dc. in ea. st., omitting 4
curved spoke st for bottom of cap. 4th
to J7th R. IncL Rp. from 10th row to
234 row. Incl. 18th to 44th R., Incl Kp.
Tth row to 13th row, IncL 46th R. 1
of bullion st. (over 10 Uraas) In 1st t,
k. 4 t, 1 dc. in next dc, sk. 4 t, 1 sh.
of 4 bullion st in next t, rp. around cap.
4tth R Ch. 1. i dc. between ea. bullion,
all around, completing cap.
of Robert Gait, with credit to themselves.
These youngsters made the frames for
the windows and Inserted the lights. The
framework la braced to make the struc
ture extra strong.
The garage Is 12x18 feet and nine feet In
height. The roof Is hlp-ahaped and al
together It is a model garge. Every detail
was ccrefully worked out
The boys feel proud of their achieve
ment They expeot to build another
OMAHA IS AFTER A
PLACE OKAERO MAP
Gould Dietz, President of Aero Club,
Sayi That Will Be Accomplished
by Militia Flight.
TO ATTEMPT FLIGHT SUNDAY
Omaha and Lincoln will be prom
inently placed on the aero map of
the country accordlnr-to President
Gould Dietz of the Nebraska Aero
club, by the Nebraska National
Ouard aeroplane flight between the
two cities Sunday and Monday.
Adjutant General Phil Hall, jr.,
of the tnllltta announced, after a
conference with Mr. Diets and Cap
tain Ralph McMillan of the aviation
corps of the state nillltla, that the
latter would positively attempt the
flight If weather conditions permit.
He will arrive from Lincoln about
noon Sunday, plans to fly all around
Omaha, If It Is not too cold, and will
then alight on the Field club golf
links, where a crowd of Omahans
will welcome him.
Carrying a message from Oovemor
Morehead to Mayor Dahlman, and also a
package from General Hall to Gould
Diets. McMillan will seek to demonstrate
the efficiency of aerial transportation In
emergencies, such as might arise for the
militia to handle in time of possible mili
Aerial Postal Boatae.
That the government rriay eventually
establish an aerial postal route between
Omaha and Lincoln Is suggested by Oould
Diets as a possible result of the militia
aeroplane's flight. Such aerial postal
routes are already In operation In some
parts of the country, and Postmaster J.
C. Wharton of Omaha has said that he
believes one will be established in Ne
The militia organisation expectato ralsa
some money for I aerial armory by mak
ing the flight McMillan will take pic
tures of Omaha from his aeroplane, and
will drep mimic bombs upon strategic
points, in flying from Lincoln he will
follow the Burlington railroad and stop
a few minutes at Ashland.
Says Wife Believed
She Was Controlled
by Hostile Spirits
That his wife believed she was con
trolled by "spirits' which were hostile
o him, was tl.e testimony of John W.
Taylor, a railway mall clerk. In a divorce
suit brought against him by Addle B.
Taylor testified that after the tornado
of 1913, which struck the Taylor home,
Mrs. Taylor believed she was controlled
by these spirits which told her that he
had purchased silk skirts and silk hose
to give to other women, lie also de
clared Mrs. Taylor said the spirits ad
vised his resignation from the mall ser
vice and that to please her he wrote out
the resignation and then destroyed it.
The Taylors have lived thirty years In
Omaha and were married in Teounuwh,
August 1, 1K79. Taylor Is tl years old.
DIES AT BUTTE MONT.
WUllam Stephenson, ager M years,
died of pneumonia In - Butte, Mont,
last Tuesday, Ills body, accompanied by
bis wife, will reach Omaha this after
noon, and funeral services will be held
tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the Hoffman
Mr. Stephenson was a son of James
Stephenson and born In Omaha August
tS. 181. He received his education here,
graduating from the Omaha High school,
after which he went west, and for the
last several years wss engaged In mining
st Mackey, Idaho.
garage as soon as this one has been sold. 1
After a while they Intend to construct S'
small house. . ' I
E. D. Oepson, principal of the school, j
watohed the progress of the garage with I
Interest. lie has Invited members of the
Board of Education to view this splendid 1
piece of work by the boys of Fort school.
Superintendent Graff expressed pleasure
when he learned the boys were such
Sends Gasoline Up,
Says Omaha Dealer
Although gasoline Is now selling tor
about 60 per cent more than It did last
summer, retail dealers In refined oils
declare that a still higher price Is almost
certain to prevail very soon. Prices now
In Omaha are 14 to 12 cents per gallon,
whereas early In the summer gasoline
sold a low as 10 cents.
"A raise In wholesale price of 1 rent
a gallon has been made by the refineries j
since the last Increase In the retail ,
price," declares L. V. Ntoholaa, "and
that wholesale Increase must shortly be
made up by the retailer. Within a few
days at the latest gasoline prices will
go up still further.
C. It. Alleman, president of the Stand
ard Oil company of Nebraska, a purely
distributing company, also says that
gasoline prices will probably increase
"Shortage in crude oil, due to falling
supply in some United States oil fields
and the total cessation. of the oil trade
with Mexioo and Russia, account for the
high prices," ho says.
Although prices In Omaha and Ne
braska are now lower than In the east
and even tn Texas and Oklahoma, where
the crude oil Is produoed, they cannot
remain so much longer, dealem assert
No relief la In sight, they say, from the
effects of the crude oil shortage.
Mao Tr Aaala.
Mrs. Jennie Miner. Davidson. Ind.,
writes: "I can truthfully say Foley Ca
thartlo Tablets are the best I ever used.
They are so mild In action. I feel like
I have been made over again." Good
health has no greater enemy than con
stipation. Foley Cathartlo Tablets keep
the stomach sweet, liver actlvs, bowels
regular and banish biliousness, sick
headaches, sour stomach. Stout persons
welcome the light, free feeling they give.
Bold everywhere. Advertisement.
STOPS HERE ON WAY EAST
Congressman Moses P. Klnkald of ths
Birth Nebraska district was In Omaha
on his way east. He will be In Washing- !
ton a week ahead of the opening of con
gress to look aftar accumulated matters
of business for hie constituents. '
Even Cross, Sick
Syrup of Figs
Look at tongue! If feverish,
take no chances.
"California Syrup of Figs"
can't harm tender stomach,
Don't scold your fretful, peevish child.
oe lr tongue is coated; this Is a sure
sign Its little stomach, liver and bowels
are clogged with sour waste. i
When listless, pale, feverish, full of!
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, !
sleep or act naturally, baa stomachache,
Indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoon
ful of "California Syrup of Figs," and In
a few hours all the foul waste, the sour
bile and fermenting food passes out of
the bowels and you have a well and play
ful ch?ld again. Children love this harm
less "fruit laxative," and mothers can
rest easy after giving It because It nevei
faUs to make their little "Inside" clean
Keep It handy. Motherl A little given
todsy saves a sick child tomorrow, but
get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a
(u-cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs." which has directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on the bottle. Remember there
are counterfeits sold here, so surely look
and see that yours Is made by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company." Hand bee
with contempt any other fig syrup. Advertisement.
Select Your Range,
Healing Stove or Case Burner From Such Well Known Makes
As the Commerce Rsnjtp, the Medal and Model Dockash Baso Burners,
Kins; anil Crown Oak lloaters. Comfort and June Iy Hot lllast Heat
ers, and many other siovcs and rangoa of service-riving. Quality. Each
and every stnve sold by us curries with It our absolute guarantee as to
Its dependability, and a comparison of prices will show a positive sat
in to you of nt least ?5 jcr rent. This saving Is made possible on
account of our Inexpensive building and location and a very small opor
You Mako Your Own Terms at the Central.
A uplen'Md. well mtxdc .... . with a heavy polished,
steel body and an extra large firebox llued with the heaviest of castings
and fitted with duplex grates, has a lare oven, absolutely guaranteed
to bnke and lined with heavy reinforced oteel. An excellent value at
our price. 81U.50.
- iX .- .,VsiV
Out of the High
trge slsed self -basting
roasters, our price
f C .
One-quart w h 1 f e
lined dipper, our
Four-quart double cookers, lAfi I
with enamel cover, our price.. wtu I
Have the Central Figure
See real estate columns for bargains
EMMETT & CO. and
' Hi Oririnal Jrnt"
RUTH and KITTY
CuattswoM 1mm 11
. B. W U S
All Stet ISO. Botk
Aftruuoa a BH'bs-
lAflrr rnrna today
"Til mntat aid Tn
u statist O bud"
A powerful areata of love and reran-,
with the rrasBki star,
Comfort Hot Blast Heaters h.ve
extra heavy polished steel bodies
and an extra heavy cast Iron base,
heavy ribbed fire bowl, heavy
grates and are equipped with the
new patented hot blast fluea. They
consume all smoke and gas like
fuel and are beautifully trimmed
In plain nickel. Priced according
to site from 810.50 to 832.50
Have one of our famous
Commerce ranges placed in
your home on 30 days' free
trial. They are priced from
$20.00 to $60.00.
Your old stove taken in as
part payment on a new stove
See our complete line of steel
and cast iron ranges, cook
stoves, heaters and base
Every piece of
enamel ware will
be closed out Sat
urday. Take ad
vantage of these
low prices and sup
ply your needs for
some time to come.
fee pot with
our O I Q
price.... . 1 U
I Ten-quart white lined water IF.
1 tail, our nrlce I l
Twelre-quart white lined pre- SI.
ssrTlna- kettle, our price aC
eventeen-quart white lined QAft
oval dish pans, our price.... wv
on Your Furniture Bill
Bntranoe S4S rarnam
Every AFTERNOON and EVENING
Admitslou and fikntes, 25c
Doarlaa 1871. 3. X. FSXTOsT, Ugt.
"OsUIi'l rVM CBsTTXB"
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Sal Conttanlcr Ino. Vs Bat. ICai.
THE m HEW YOKKEKS
ladles' Sims Katlaee Week Dajs.
THE OMAHA BEE"-
THE HOME PAPER
Drexel Kid Says:
"When it's cold
and rainy and
thn wind blows.
and the ducks
and geese are
that's when I'm
glad tny dad
buys me Steel Shod Shoes."
Prepare Your Boy
The cold days are coming
when your boy will neol well
made, comfortable, warm
shoes. You couldn't supply
him with better shoes than
They will outwear two
pair of the ordinary boy's
shoes. They com In but
ton and blucher. Boy's sixes
1 to 5tt. 92.50; Mttlo
Gents' sixes S to. 134. S2.20.
Parcel Post Paid.
1419 Farnam Street
SAVE TKE BABIES DON'T
KILL THEM See
It treats of this natter In a
very frank manner, but the les
son It teaches may Insure your
happiness throughout life.
Owing to the unprecedented
demand we will present this
picture Friday and Saturday.
Honrs of Verformanoei
Last show starts promptly
at 10 o'clock p. m.
No children admitted.
D. 17. Griffith's
Dsily Uslieee, 2:15
Every Evening, 8:15
n!AAa Matinees, 25c to $1
rl ICUJs Evening. &0e to fa
; "Worth $1 0 a Scat"
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