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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Weddlnr RIrt Xdholm, Jawslat.
trotlBf Fixtures Burs-ess-aranden.
Boot Print It Now Beacon Press.
John K. Baldwin moved bis law offlcs
to room 606, Kcellne building. Telephone
3,750 buys 66x75 close In and near
trackage; S houses, rent ) per moiurt.
J. H. Dumont, Keellna building.
Investment Protections -Nathan Bern
stein (lately of O. H. S.), city agent Nat.
l ife Ins. Co. of Vt. 403 Paxton Blk. D. 1M.
Pnt in Window Setting of plate glass
In the store windows of the new Hose
building at Sixteenth and Farnam streets
Xsep Your Money and valuables in the
American Safe Deposit vaults, 218 8. 17th
St.. Bee Bids;. Boxes rent 11.00 for three
months. Open from 9 a. m, to 6 p. m.
"Todays starts rttrrun" classified
section today. It appears In The Bee
EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what the va
rlous moving picture theaters offer.
Ed Howell Stepping- Sigh State Sena
tor Ed Howell is stepping high. The
cause of his elation was the arrival of a
fine baby boy at his home.
Make Money at Bale The Altar
guild of All Saints' church held a most
successful eale In the Wattles Memorial
Parish house last Thursday and cleared
Tor Safety First in Life Insurance ae
V. II. Indoe, general agent, State Mu
tual Life Assurance Co. of Worcester,
Mass., one of the oldest (71 years) and
best companies on earth.
Special Musical Service A special
musical service with sermon by Dean
Tancock and organ recital by Ben Stan
ley, the cathedral organist, will be held at
Trinity cathedral tonldht at 7:30.
Mold Stag Sinner The Keno club, a
young men's organisation, held a stag
dinner last night at the Rome. George
Mauptman headed the committee In
charge. About thirty members attended.
Talks at T. M. O. A. The "Great City
and Its Dangers" will be the subject of
a talk by Dr. W. O. Henry at the
Young Men's Christian association at 8
o'clock today. Rev. W. R. Hill will speak
on "The Coveted Prise" at 4 o'clock.
Judge Manger Her Monday Judge
T. C. Munger will hear the suit of the
Omaha Elevator company against the
Union Pacific railroad Monday In fed
eral court. A jury has been waived In
Prof. Orommann Sera Tuesday Prof.
Paul H. Grummann of the German de
partment of the University of Nebraska
will address the University club Tuesday
at 1 o'clock, following the noonday
Win Glvs Charity Ball The Daugh
ters of Israel Aid society has leased the
Auditorium and on the evening of Feb
ruary 13, next, will give a, charity ball.
The proceeds will go to the Jewish Old
Muslo XKrvar Dying Christian Haxt
hauser, the man who fell from the bal
cony of the Auditorium while listening
to David Blspham last Monday night,
is not expected to survive the day, hos
pital attaches say.
The Stat Bank of Omaha, corner Six
teenth and Harney. Pays FOUR per cent
on tune deposits and THREE per cent
on savings accounts. All deposits in this
bank are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska.
Mrs. Marfiat Adjudged Insane The
county insanity board has adjudged Mrs.
Marflst Insane and ordered her sent to
the asylum at Lincoln. November 27 Mrs.
Marflsl shot and killed Mrs. Joseph Vara
pola of South Omaha, a neighbor woman,
in Omaha Monday evening, December
18, by Mrs. Hilda Matthey of Davenport,
la., the only American woman permitted
within the trenches of the warring na
tions In Europe. Mrs. Matthey deals
chiefly, with conditions in Germany and
Writing; Xzpart Hers Stella Bro
dowsky, representing the Zaner system
of penmanship, Is at the Fontenelle. She
Is on her way home from New Mexico.
Yesterday she looked over some of the
work of the boys and girls of the public
schools with J. A. Savage, supervisor of
Says Wifs Has a Temper In a petition
for divorce Ralph 21. Slsson alleges that
bis wife, Margarite, cannot control her
temper and quarrels with him In public
The plaintiff gives his address as 8S24
North Fifty-fourth street and states he
was married July 8, 1906, at Council Bluffs.
Social for Young People All Saints'
Sunday school gave a party Friday even
ing and over 100 children and young peo
ple were present. After dinner many of
the older people of the parish came in
and spent the evening dancing. Rev. R.
8. Flockhart, H. Morley Young and
Frank Campbell managed the affair
Success of Chicken
Show Insures One
During Next Year
At a meeting of the Greater Omaha
Poultry Fanciers' association last even
ing tsj the ' court house, it was agreed
to hold another poultry show next yesr
In the Auditorium, during Thanksgiving
The success of the recent second annual
show heartened the members of the as
sociation to put forth efforts to hold the
state show here next year, this show
receiving an appropriation from the state
and being of such magnitude as to at
tract many more exhibitors than were at
the recent show.
If next year's Show proves to be as
successful as the members believe it will
be. then It is proposed to hold a mid
west show In Omaha during the fall
The financial report of the recent show
showed that the association came out
a little better than ever, although It was
explained that the show primarily was
not a money-making project from the
box-office point of view.
M'VANN TELLS DRUMMERS
ABOUT TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
How the drummer may brighten the
corners as he flits hither end yon
through the highways and byways, was
explained at length last night by E. J.
MeVann. traffic commissioner of the
Omaha Commercial club. In an address
before "Post A" of the Travelers' Pro-i
tectlve association, held in the Castle
hotel ball room.
Von Look Oat.
When a cold hangs on, as often hap
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
over one cold before you contract another,
look out, for you are liable to contract
some vt-ry serious disease. This succession
of colds weakens the system and lowers
the vitality so that you are much more lia
ble to contract chronic catarrh, pneumonia
or consumption. Cure your cold while
you can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has a great reputation. It is relied upon
by thousands of people and never disap
points them. Try it H only costs a quar
ter. Obtainable everywhere Advertisement.
KIDDIES TELL OLD
HICK THEIR WANTS
Santa Claus Takes Notei When Boy.
and Girls Tell Him Their
CROWDS SEE REINDEER MAN
These are busy days for Santa
After eleven months spent in the
workshop up at the North Pole mak
ing toys and keeping the reindeers in
good shape, it's quite a change to
come to Omaha and spend your
time In Toyland where the children
are trooping Joyously through all
But Santa Claus likes it. Bless
you, of course he does. And he has
a cheery word for every little child
that comes to shake hands with
him. He has more than that. At one
Omaha department store he began
yesterday giving away a box of
candy to every youngster who came
to see him.
The way that news spread through
Boy and Girl Land made Paul Revere
look like a crosstown street car. tn Just
a Jiffy after the candy-giving had been
discovered by a few early birds it was
all over town.
Came I. Ilea n Flood.
From all directions the flood of kids
came. The Pled Piper of Hamlin crowd
was a mere handful compared to this
They stormed the doors. The railing In
front of Santa Claus' cotton-snow cov
ered house was soon a Jam of eager
youngsters. They filed past all day, each
being presented with a little box of
sweets. A couple of policemen had to be
called in the afternoon to help handle
The Santas in the other stores had a
busy days, too. One of them has a house
all his own with doors and windows and
everything. Inside there's a fireplace and
Santa sits on a big sofa. All about the
walls and on the floor and mantleplece
are toys, toys, toys.
The stream of children goes In the front
door and out the side. My, my. It doesn't
seem there could be so many children
In Omaha! Big and little. Boys in sweat
ers and with holes in their stockings
and boys in fur coats and Eton collars.
Girls, rich and poor. In the hearts of
all beats eagerness and love for good
old Saint Nick.
And such a Jolly old soul as he is!
In his red suit bordered with white fur
and his white whiskers and white hair
and with his Jolly laugh and kindly
Inquiry as to what each youngster wants,
why, he's Just grand.
"Ha, ha, ha," laughs Santa as the
kids stream In and he shakes their
eager hands and now and then pats one
on the head. "Ha, ha, ha, I am so glad
to see such nice little boys and girls.
Come right in, don't push. This is my
busy day. Saturdays I'm always busiest.
You must come sometimes anoder day.
Then we sit down and have a nice long
talk. Saturdays I can't talk so long. It's
my busy day."
A little boy Is stopping after his hand
shake. Ills face is serious and determined.
He has evidently given long and serious
thought to this occasion.
"Sandy Claws, I want either a tricycle
or a bicycle for Christmas," he says.
"All right, my boy, all right," says
Santa, "I vlll remember It." And then
as the boy la nearly out the door Santa
calls after htm as though not quite sure,
"A tricycle or a bicycle?" and the boy
nods his head vigorously.
And so the stream continues. A young
ster fishes back. He has forgotten some
thing. "I forgot to tell you, Santy Claws, my
little brother wants a drum. He couldn't
come today. His name is ."
Santa keeps a book and pencil, for there
are certain practical youths who believe
It is safest if Santa puts down the name
and address so as to be sure he doesn't
forget. "It's the next house to the cor
ner," some will say, and Santa writes
down, "next house to the corner" in
the bcok. No chance for him to go wrong
on such an oider.
Empty Gun Held by
Mrs. Doane Brings
Intruder to a Halt
The Reedhurst at 10 North Twenty-
fifth street is not an Inviting place for
a man who enters the front door after
dark and cannot satisfactorily explain
Last evening a derelict entered through
the unlocked front door and muttered
sundry muttering In a manner which
suggested that he was displeased over
Miss R. Hull, proprietress, emerged
from her room, which opens into the
hallway and Inquired from what part the
stranger might have sailed or whither
he was bound.
While Miss Hull was holding a conver
sation with the man, Mrs. G. W, Doane,
upstairs occupant and secretary of the
Associated Charities, fell Into line with
an armful, of blue-steeled hardware on
the first landing of the stairway.
"You telephone for the police., white
I pacify him with my revolver," shouted
Mrs. Doane to Miss Hall.
Rushing with considerable alarclty to
her telephone. Miss Hull summoned the
The revolver which Mrs. Doane used
with good effect was not loaded.
Hits Man and Girl
The automobile of Walter Molse, once
wealthy brewer, driven by Mrs. Molse,
struck Charles Frohner', street car man,
and Miss Vlrgle Ballard, California hotel.
yesterday evening at Fourteenth and
Dodge streets. Frohner was so seriously
hurt that he was taken to Lord Lister
hospital for treatment. Miss Ballard was
not seriously hurt.
In the machine with Mrs. Molse was
War Grief Prompts
Her to Attempt Life
' Grief stricken because of suffering rela
tives in Europe. Mrs. Joseph El kins, 2004
North Twenty-second street, in a mo
ment of despondency yesterday, turned
on the gas Jet in her bedroom.
Neighbors smelled gas and effected en
trance in time to save her life. Police,
with a pulmotor. restored consciousness
and she will suffer no Ill-effects.
Colonel Welsh Gives Sunshine
Once Over and Becomes Poetic
"Th's fine winter weather is Just break-
irg my heart with pleasure," said Colonel
Weath of the welsher bureau, no, no,
we mean Colonel Welsh of the weather
"Sounds like the ache of a cursing heart
or the curse of an aching heart or some
thing." said the caller.
"Sounds like ready money to me," said
the colonel cheerily. "Just look out there
at the sunshine caressing the roofs of
our beautiful city, the circumambient
breesos purring melllfluously among the
branches of the trees, the little birds
chirping and twittering their glad son
of praise, the very aahman going about
his duties with a song on his lips. I tell
you this Is fine winter weather."
"Nobody can complain except the coal
man, said the visitor.
Guy Green, graduate of Doane, who Is
acting as tonstmasler at the banquet of
the foot bail men, arrived today from
The captaln-elert of the 1918 TlRer
eleven will he announced at the annuni
foot ball banquet to be held In tho Con
gregational church parlors Friday eve
ning. The final statement of the athletic man
HKement at Donne college for litlo shows
the largest receipts in the history of the
school from the foot ball season. The
support of the Crete business men and
residents and the united effort of the
student hody swelled the receipts of four
games at home to over $i00.
Lloyd Whltehouse, freshman at Doane,
was elected captain of the basket ball
five at the meeting of the candidates for
the team last Wednesday night. White
house was formerly a member of the
Hastings High school five and one of the
ten men picked for the mythical All
Nebraska team In interscholastlo circles
The first, meeting and practice of the
basket ball squad at the opera house
last night turned out a total of twenty
men. Although none of the players has
had any experience with college basket
ball, Ooach Schlaxler hopes to turn out
a team which will give the remaining
state colleges a hard battle for honors.
A number of promising high school can
didates are In the lineup and the pros
pects for a successful season are fair.
The represents tlves of the various
classes of the college held a meeting
Friday morning to revise the rules of the
annual flag scrap between the college
sophomoree and freshmen, As both of
the contesting classes are large in num
ber, one of the liveliest scraps ever held
tn the school is looked forward to by
the upper classmen. Although the exact
date of the affair is never set, it Is whis
pered about the campus that the fray
will be held some time during the com
Word has been received by college au
thorities that John Hall, graduate of
Doane In '09, hns been appointed execu
tive secretary of the Buclld Avenue Pres
byterian church of Cleveland. O. This
church with it J4U0,rK) plant has formed
a church corporation and Is equipped
with physical departments as well as
social, mental and moral. It is an Insti
tution somewhat on the order of a Young
Men's Christian association Included In
the regular church. Mi-. Hall Is not a
minister; hut simply take charge of tho
social work of tho church. Ills salary at
the beginning Is sold to be In tho neluh
borhood of $2,000 per year. Tho church,
which is one of the first corporations of
Its kind In the country. Is located near
Western Reserve university.
Grand Inland College.
College will close for the Christmas
holidays Wednesday the 2.1d at 12:30 p. m.
Dr. Sutherland was the preacher at the
First Baptist chureh of Grand Island
Sunday, December 8.
Rev. Ksra Temple of Phl'llps visited tho
College Wednesday morning and tiok
part in the chapel exercises.
C. A. Sorenson. class of '13, has ac
cepted the Invitation of Henry Ford to
Join his European pence (tarty -nnd de
parted for-New York Wednesday morn
ing. Re". Ellsha H. , Jackson of the clss
of 1P02, who hns Indicated his aceeptsnee
of the Grand Island Baptist church, will
move on the field and begin work
The debaters have finally decided on
the question of the "Minimum Watte,"
as the subject of their triangular debates
with the Hastings college and the Kear
ney Normal school.
The members of the facility a- su'.
m Ulnar their outline of work for the
coming semester and the, students ar
becoming Interested In the studies that
they take for the second semester of tho
At the college chitpel Friday. Rev. W.
I. Alexander, pastor of the First Pres
byterian church of Grand lland. ad
dressed the students on "Keeklm; Things
Worth Wh'le." His remarks wero
There will be a meeting of the executive
and campaign committees of the college
some time during the coming week to
look after the general interests of tho
Institution und to provide for a vigorous
campaign for tho quarter of a million
Mr. Jones of Wales visited the college
Wednesday morning and sang one of his
.wt iiimi at the chapel exercises.
While In Wales Mr. Jones, in the train
ing of sixteen dirrerent classes to t
part in musical contents, was awarded
prises in fourteen of these contests,
Prof. Knox appeared on the lecture
course at Kagle last Friday night.
Mrs. Wells, wife of Prof. E. H. Wells,
has been very nick for the past week.
prof. Shirk of the botany department
hns been unable to meet his classes this
week on account of Illness. , ,
Debate try-outs have been the order
In all the college clauses during the last
week. These are in preparation for the
series of tntorclass debates which will he
held before the Chr'stmas .vacation. The
Bubjert under discussion is the live one
of increased armament.
The Young Women's Christian associa
tion is planning for a baxuur to he given
next Friday afternoon and evening. In
addition to the usual sale of canU' end
home made oonunodlt'es the girls are
going to present a set of films entitled
"Scenes From the Life of Chrlrt," in the
An asreement has been entered Into
between the university authorises and the
elty council by which the camijus is to
become part of the park system of Uni
versity l'laoe. Soma of the st'eets run
ning through the campus are being
traded and wl'l be put Into ( lie condi
tion for lib'ht traffic at once.
Prof. Jensen will lecture on "Wireless
Telexra)hy" at Beaver Crows ng tonlttht.
The gymnasium has been crowded every
afternoon and evening this week with
students who are planning to uet into
the series of tnterclass basket ball games
beginning next Monday night. All tho col
lege classes end the academy will have
teams in the tournament which will con
sist of ten gamoe.
The Christmas vacation has been ar
runted to begin Wednesday evening,
December 23, and to close on January .
The gospel team spent last Snbbalh In
the Hansen and Rosednle churches. Mr.
Taylor, one of our ministerial students,
spoke and the quartet led . the singing.
One of the Interesting specimens st
the science department today Is a live
porcupine. recolved from Wyoming
through the klndnes of Hoy Bohldtt, a
former student at the college. Within a
couple of days he developed into a real
Rev. J. P. Anderson gave a splendid
opening talk In chapel on Friday morn
ing on "College Life and Its Meanlnn."
On Saturday Prof. Kent, weather man,
spoke on the aublert, "Competition in
A large body of students attended the
Thanksgiving same of foot ball at Kear
ney, anil the banquet given1 In their honor
on the same evening. About 100 of thtm
went In a speelnl train and In autns. It
was a real exhibition of foot ball, re
sulting In a score of to t.
The snnual foot ball banquet of the
college was given Monday
"Yea, and the men who sell rubber
golashea and Hungarian goulsshes. I
don't think this winter so far has been
beaten for fine weather since 'I. That
was the year I took charge here and I
remember we had no serious winter
weather until J-inuary , 1SW. You know,
'8S was the year of the big billiard Jan
uary 12, 18SS. I came shortly arter that
"Yes, sir, this weather simply breaks
my heart with pleasure ttenutlful Octo
ber, beautiful November and here we are
well started on December and beautiful
weather continuing. And every fine day
puts another mortgage on the winter.
My heart Is surely broken with pleasure."
And the caller departed leaving the
broken-hearted colonel to mull over the
circumambient breeies purring melllflu
ously, etc., etc.
evening In the ulnug room of the Pres
byterian church. The attendance wss
the largest in the history of the school.
This Is the event of the year and it Is
looked forward to with real Interest on
the part of both the student body and
The college had a larger number of
visitors than usual during Thankavlglng
vacation. Among them were Superin
tendent H. C. Welker, 'OH. of Gordon, end
throe of his high school boys, who wers
and Philbrlck of Fnllerton; Hev. J. P.
Anderson and wife of the Second church
or Lincoln aiiss .May unemon or tne
Nebraska State Medical school, Mr. Rod
ney Dunlap, '13, of the high school st
Stromshurg: Principal Bedford Johnson,
'13, of the Gothenburg High school; M'.ss
ICthel Decker. '15. of Wauneta; Mr.
George Kline, who Is In the engineering
school f the .university; Miss Day and
Miss Buck of Superior, Milton Monk of
Bloomington. Miss Nora Tripp of Kear-
nev. Mrs. Rosenau sml sons, of Alex
andria. A number of these were former
students of the college.
President McLaughlin made a flying
trip to Hot Springs, Ark., last week.
Basket ball practice has started In
earnest with prospects tf the best tesm
the college has ever had.
Prof. Mistier gave two out of town
readings the latter part of the week. He
read, "David Garrlck" and "The Fortune
Tho first number of the college lecture
course will be given on Friday evening
of this week. Tne lecture course wss de
layed on account of the Ixtwry meetings.
At a recent meeting of the athletic
board. "Y's" were awarded to Glen BlRnd,
Walter Young, Jake Glur, 'Gall- Bush,
Lelnnd Stoner, Gilford Sanders, Cyrus
Partlow, Charles Cox, Clyde Reynolds,
Glen Khelmadlne, Percy Burke, Roy Lar
son and Edward Pedersen.
Rev. Mr. Rltchey of the local Christian
church and Chancellor Oeschger of Cot-
ner university, visited chapel on Monday.
November 2!. Rev. Mr. Rltchey con
ducted the devotional exercises and Chan
cellor Oeschger gave a short address,
which was very much appreciated.
Gayety Has Good
Show for Current
Week on Boards
Musical burlesque that Is realty musi
cal, because good singer are presenting
It, is offered at the Gayety for this
At the opening chorus Inst night, the
large company of principals and chorus
girls ably demonstrated that they can
Furthermore, the company Includes a
lot of i "good-ldokers,"' creates plenty of
fun, has the sparkle and snsp essential
to successful extravaganza, shows some
classy wardrobe and Is also "there"
with tho dancing.
As proof of the taugft-compelling quali
ties of tho show. It need only be said
that Inst night a young woman got to
laughing so hard at the fun that the fun
sters themselves had to stop and accept
the compliment until the hilarity
Will J. Kennedy heads the company.
He will be - remembered-for his comic
work in past -seasons as a rube sheriff
tho fellow who says. "I'm a gol durn
br-r-r-ave man, I am." The best thing
about his comedy Is that it Is clean cut
and distinctive. Kennedy Is still "com
ing," loo; he has appeared funnier each
season, and during a single performance,
his comedy seems to grow on the audi
ence, so that the longer he Is at it, the
better he becomes. Jack Miller also Is a
capable and popular comedian, and in a
specialty and also with Kennedy and
Harry Kelly, makes quite a hit. Harry
Evans is 'a little fellow, who excels at
Lynne Canter has one of the best female
voices heard at the Gayety this season,
such voices as hers are quite exceptional
In burlesque. Flo Davis Is a regular flash
of lightning as a soubrette, being both
clever and - gingery In both songs and
dances. Kilty Forsythe and Lottie Black
ford also are pleasing In solos. One of
the big hits of the show Is the Carnival
Four, a male quartet of tremendous
pulling power, consisting of Jack Witts,
Hilly Lynch, Charles and Andy Bmltn.
Over Two Thousand
Visit Y.M.C. A, Each
Week Day of Year
An average total of 1,500 people visit tho
Young Men's Christian association every
week day, making a weekly attendance
of about lft.000, and during an average
week, l-'iO or more meetings, classes and
miscellaneous gatherings are held in the
These surprising figures' were recently
tabulated by General Stcretary E. F.
Denlson of the association, who wanted
to find out to what extent the building
is being used by the members nd friends
of the association, and to) the public In
Actual count with an automatic counter
showed the number of persons who dally
pass through the doors of the association
Then to determine how many meeting
classes and other gatherings are hell
in the building, Secretary DenMon I ad a
count made of them for a week by hi
heads of 'departments. The figurej
showed ths following meetings, classe.;
and other gatherings in the various de
partments: Educational. 80; boys, 10.
physical, 28; religious, 21.
HI,, tat Wit a r.
Two suburban gardeners wers swear.
Ing venseance on cats.
"It appears to me," one said, "thai
they seem to pick out your choice
plants to scratch out of the ground."
"There's a big yellow tomcat." th
other said, ' that fetches my plants ou
and then alts and actually defies me."
"Why don't you hurl a brick at him?'
asked the first speaker.
'That's what makes me mad," wa
ttle reply. "1 can't. He gets on top v
toy greenhouse to defy me. Kaiutttc
j City fclar
Proposed Loan Agency One of the
Things Engaging Attention
MAYOR D HLMAN ATTEND?
Thomas F. Pft:rt-r, Rahbl Frederick
Cobn, J. S. Walters Pophus Noble and
J. A. Rtne, ronst'tutlne; the new Welfare
board, held their first mect'rts Pun.lav
JcvwMn li the "ie of Hv attorney.
; w'th Mayor Dnhlman attending
! The session w devoted to a aecttnnal
cons'deratlon of tbe new onlnsnce wMch
was read by Mr. Rlne and discussed by
I Of special Interest was the feature re-
I ferring to a proposed loan agency which
I Is provided for In the ordinance, a
j stipulation hem that city funds shall not
be used. Rabbi Cohn expressed the hope
that within a short time after the board
shall have been In operation some public
spirited man will offer funds for use by
the board under conditions similar to
those of the We'fare board of Kansas
City. Mr. Fturgess rend a report of the
Kansas City board, showing that during:
a recent year 1.!? was loaned and only
UN charged ofr on account of loss. The
return was lis per cent.
Mv-f Vrwr Interest.
Mayor Dahlmsn told the members he j
I expected the board would prove to be a
' "VT ,Vh',"rt"
I ,n Omaha and he urged the members to
j maintain an active Interest.
Mr. Walters called attention to recent
observations he made of crowded condi
tions at moving picture shows and of
careless maintenance of doors and exits.
Rahbl Cohn referred to various immoral
j and Improper pictures being shown at
. ,, .
,ome of thf, Places of amusement.
The board understood from tho ordl
nance that they will have full power to
correct conditions In houses offered for
rent holding owners responsible.
Members will be furnished with badges
and credentials which will give them
authority to enter any public place at
It was understood that the second as
sistant city attorney will have chsnts of
the legal aid work until a regular ap
pointee has been selected for the plaoe.
Work of Ciimlsc Weeks.
t'nttl the pity council approves the 191
budget the board will not enter upon any
extensive campaign, hut will devote the
next few weeks getting familiar with the
scope of their work and discussing what
hns been done In other cities where wel
fare boards have been established, Kan
sas City being a notable instance.
Mr. Rturgess was elected chairman and
Mr. Rlne will serve as secretary. Another
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An effeminate moocher too effusive In
his thanks after receiving a dime, mads
"Mickey" Fcely, appearing in a local
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Feely was walking to the Millard hotel
when the moocher asked for the dime,
and then wanted to kiss him. Ths beg
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Detectives William's, Holder)," Pssarrowakt'
and Rich were nearby, and they Joined
In, firing at the beggar with their re
volver. They got him at Fourteenth
and Davenport streets and locked him up.
He gave his name , aa Ralph Cramer,
Twenty-second and Evans. Because
Feely had to catch a midnight train for
Kansas City, police took a deposition
from him for unp In police court.
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You Can See Julia
ARTESIAN WELLS FOR THE
PEOPLE OF ISLAND OF LEMN0S
(Corre.-p-ndcnce of The Associated Press.)
LONDON. Nov. lO.-When the first
British naval forces landed at Lemnos,
near the entrance of the Dardanelles,
they were surprised to find that the
Istnnd, which has an area of 200 square
m les and a population of Sn.ooo. was
practically destitute of drinking water,
except for uncertain supplies from a few
sum II springs. The allied troops were
supplied with mineral water sent In ship
loads through the generosity of a French
woman In Marseilles.
The British authorities promptly sent to
Canada for engineers, who are now en
gaged In sinking artsstan wells wh'ch
will guarantee the people of Lemnos a
reliable and abundant water supply.
A Scenario night There.
"The silent drama," sad little sister,
reading the dramatic notes. "What's the
"Aw," said brother, "that's when p
Is sneaking in from the club at 2 a, m.,
n his stocking feet with his shoes In
his rst d and ma Is waiting In the ria"k
U the top of the stairs ready to whale
him over the head with a curtain pole."
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Will Give Away
Gretcben and Mary
Julia is a very beauti
ful doll. Her bright eyes
and rcsy cheeks tell you
that ehe is always
cheerful, contented and
happy, and makes ev
eryone around her feel
that way, too. You will
be very happy if you
Gretchen and Mary are
for second and third prizes,
and are not dressed like
Julia, but they are very nice
dollies, and will please you.
Thsse dolls will bs rlvea
free to the little slrls
nader IS years of ate, who
bring; or mail as the lars
est number of dolls' plo
tnrss eat ont of the
Sally and Sunday Be be.
fire 4 p. in., Saturday, Da.
Ji'lta't picture will be in
The Hee every day this week.
7 in thHr
em out and ask your
to save the pictures
paper lor you, too.
See how many pictures of
Julia you can get, and be
sure to turn them in to The
liee office before 4 p. m.,
Saturday, December 11.
Xf you dout wla ess of
thane Dolliaa poraaps you
oaa fat one nest weak.
Only one doll will be (ivaa
to say oas person.
at The Bee Office