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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DKCBMRER 31. 1011.
TO WELCOMETHE NEW YEAR
Hotels Hake No Special Trepan
tioni for it Celebration.
NO EXCUSE FOR PIMPLES
HUn Cleared In a hliort Tlmo 1:;
SttiaifH t'fllclitm Vfiri, the
Fninou Illooi rurlflcr.
Trial Fsokags Sent Free to Frove It.
Vimple. MnU'hes. skin vrupllnns ff 'l
kind, sre simply the impurltiea in thi
blood coming to the surface. All the ex
ternal treatment In the world won't .do a
particle of good unlos you purify the
blood. And there's nothing so humiliating
Group of Active South Dakota Teachers
DANCE AT TnK COI7NTHY CITJS
'everal diarrhea Will Extend Tlielr
Services to th? Opening of the
icv Yenr irtt'.i SonR
Owing to the feet that I'ccer e innot he
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jcgai.y told, the Nerr Ttar'n eve ctlebra
tlon In Omaha will he, r.s far a the
hotel are concr.'ned. n repc-iltion ol last
Tear's eve, v., en the .hotels were
almost as quirt ns the tono.
The Paxton, ;;jts. Lr-r.l and Mcnshaw
managers say tUry vtli n t kvp the din
In rooms open r.;'Lvr the regular hours,
and the Rome hn3 even cdvertlseu In the
papers that 'there Is nothing rt.iing."
Thia la In martcnl contrast with the con
dition a rev yetis nprf, when hundreds
of reservations lor cupper parties were
made at the ho;o:. The usual theater
parties probably will drop In.
This year, however, the fact that Ni,
Tear's eve falls en Eunday would pre
vent the calebrstlon, even If there were
no I o'clock closHic
The street car company, notwithstanding-,
has a hunch that the streets will nox
be deserted and will arrange to have cats
leave the downtown section on all lines as
late as 1 o'clock.
Open IIotiKO at OuiAha Clnb.
The Omaha club will keep open house,
The Young; Men's ' Christian association
will hold a reception from 5 to 8 p. m.,
with music and refreshments. Two meals
wlU be served In the dining room. The
Toung "Women's Christian association Will
serve no meals.
Members of the Country club will dance
the old year out and the new year In at
the club, which was equipped with steam
heat last fall. There will be a musical
program from :30 to XI. then supper, then
the dance. Lawrence Br inker and Frank
Colpetser are In charge of the affair and
136 reservations for sunper have beet)
Charches Hold Services.
Many, of the churches will hold watch
right services. .There will bo a union
service at the First Methodist from to
12. In which the. congregations of the
First Methodfst. the First Congregational,
the First Presbyterian and tha Central
T'nited Presbytorta.it churches wni par
ticipate. Bishop John I NueUen will
preach' on "A New" Tear's Meditation."
and there will be short' addresses by llev.
F.'T. Rouse, Rev. H. B. Bpeer, Rev. Ed
ward Hlslop. Rev. D. E. Jenkins, Rev. M.
B. Williams and laymen. There also will
be a musical program. ;
The banks, court house, city hall, most
of the retail stores and many of the job
bing houses and factories will be closed
Monday. The postofflce will be open In
the morning and one delivery will be
The street car men will be compensated
for working Monday by the fact that a
higher scale of wages goea Into effect on
that day. .- . .; . , ,
' Jacob's Memorial Hall. -' ' -'
The Jacob's Mamoria.1. whore Xteah
Tancock is carrgliig on his Work among
the young people In- the .downtowp dls
trfcC will be thrown open to tlteuubllo
on yew Year's day. Mrs. Maul, the gen
erous donor of ft he building, erected in
memory of her fon, will hold a reception
during the afternoon. The public is cor
dially , Invited. Music and refreshments
are part of the program.
More Popular Here
The custom of using lorgnettes, prev
alent among easterners, Is on the In
crease with Omaha- women. At the
theaters, In the shops wherever milady
needs the opticians art to aid her sight
the dainty eye glasses on their slim
handle are much In evidence.
In too days of Mario Antonlette and
her brilliant court tub lorgnette, like the
wigs, the jeweled swords and the plumes,
was worn as an elegant accessory of
drees and was carried rsar after' as a
sort of expensive and .dainty fad. It is
xaid that some folk still have lorgnettes
as a fad; but of late years, It Is asserted,
that the optician1 working with the
jeweler has made - them a very useful
One Omaha Jeweler has defined 'the
lorgnette as "A practical necessity in
vested with elegance," and It may , be
tated that some Omaha women have
lorgnettes of exceptional elegance.
Mrs. A. I. Roots was surprised this
Christmas with a beautiful and costly
lorgnette presented br her little -son,
Alanson I. Root, jr. (The glasses are of
platinum with rims end handle thickly
studded with diamonds. With the lorg
nette Is a platinum chain set with 11a
monds and reaching 'halfway down . the
bodice. . ' - i
One of the handsomest lorgnettes ever
Been In Omaha Is that carried by Mrs.
K.' J. Cornish, who la nuendl;ig this win-
ter In New York. The) lorgnette and the
chain from which it lmngs are of plati
num. The handle of ' the lorgnette ' Is
encrusted with diamonds in -a graceful
leaf design; the ch.ihi Is set with dia
monds and holds the lorgnette by a
heavily studded diamond hook.
Mrs. J. M. Metcalf carries an unusually
attractive lorgnette "which ' came from
abroad. It was Bent from Luzerne.
Switzerland, and Is an Imitation of a
lorgnette carried by a titled -lady who
lived at the time very near the middle
ages. The lorgnette Is of gold elaborately
designed with diamond and folds twlco
Into a very small accessory. It Is worn
on a pearl and platinum chain.
Mrs. George A. Joslyn Uses a diamond
set platinum lorgnette of exceptional
jtrace end beauty on a platinum and
diamond chain, as docs also Mrs. J. It.
Mrs. F. L. Haller has an Interesting
lorgnette which she has carried for a
number of years. It U old gold with her
ntunogram . on the handle and was pur
chased In Pari on one of Mis. Ha:ier's
many visits abroad. The chain which
liolils the lorgnette is of blue enamel
tetiiigs linked together with old cold
and was discovered by Mrs. Haller In a
shop in Christiana. Norway. On the
same chain with the lorgnette. Mrs.
1 taller often wears a vinegr.-tte of Tuscan
gold, which she bought in ' Florence.
t'e-ranieea Stores t Close Earlier.
TIOCL'MSKH. Neb.. lec. IS. (Special.)
Beginning on January 1 tha dry goods
btores of Tecumseh. and perhaps some of
the other stores, will close at o'clock
each evening for three months. These
tstores have been holding open until 7
o'clock each evening. At the end of the
three months the stores will go back to 7
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HTDfl rOI'NTY; SOUTH PAKIVP V KPHOOt, TEACHFRB WHO CAPTTTREt THE IOVINO CUP GIVEN AT THK MK1CT1NO OK TUB KTA.TR Tl'tmrr
A&SuclATION To THjj. C WHICH 0HOW8 I'P WITH TII1E LAROSSST RKPRESF.NTATION IX PROPORT UN T THE N I KP oV VVVi'h pm
KM PLOYED iIN THK COUNTY. THE LADY IN THE CENTER, HOLDING ThVcURIS MRst NE-TTI
KNT OF HYDE COUNTY. THE CHILD IN THE FRONT ROW IS HOLDING THE CUP WON 1 BY THE TSACHfiRS Oi1 HYbE COUNTY IN lSI
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RANCHER ASKS STORM NOTICE
Says Immense Saving of Stock Could
V. Be Effected. ,
SUGGESTS TELEPHONE SERVICE
Ranchmen Woald lie Greatly Bene
fited If They Knew of Storm
as Mnoh a six Hoars
Ahead of Arrival.
"It would be a bullv thin" lrt 't xc
Harmann. a southeastern Colorado
rancher, as he pulled his beaver coat up
around his chin to thaw th it-ii.. ,.rt
his whiskers, "f somebody would Invent.
a way lor the ranchers to get weather
reports as expeditiously as the city resi
dents do. It would save us hundred nf
dollars every year. It would be a benefit
to the ranchman, the fruit grower and to
the 'man who-torais, and
fruit ntfr stock, " ;
."Sheen, raisers ousht tA rn'av.
Provlslaa a. get " weather resorts.' They
cotiM arrange ' tar - telephone ' ' 'inessages
from telegraph offices, as nearly all
ranches-arquipped with the telephone.'
If they anew even .elx..hou-H hefnrn
blizzard threatened they could save many
animals prevent their' employes from
dangerous exposure in rounding up and
caring tor tne nerds, and could make
plans to weather the storms to the best
"Several ranchmen. Blattered thrnns-h.
out the country, have, conceived the idea
that a Weather Dredlctlon la not meri.lv
a prophecy to be read and then to wonder
If It will come true. And so they have
a weather bureau service and have found
Mr. Harmann has been "ranchine" In
Colorado for fifteen years. He began on
an unirrigated section, brought water to
it, broke ground and now. In addition to
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owning hundreds of head of stock, raises
annual crops worth more than the capital
ha originally Invested in his farm. Ho
has also planted' an orchard of several
aerss, whlcH he expects to bear within the
nest few years.
v of County Board
County -Commlnsloner John C. !'Lynoh
will become chairman of the Board of
County commissioners next Thursday,
January 4, when Frank C. Boit and A. C.
Harte, republican county commissioners,
elect, 'succeed - Chairman Commissioner
Jeff W Bedford and Oscar Plckard, demo
crats, and Ihe democratic majority on the
board becomes a mtnortiy. This has been
decided upon by the three republican
members; 'who will have the balance' of
power next year. Mr. Lynch s being, the
senios member, the county commissioners.
elect considered him etitltled to the chair
manship. V 1
Committee chairmanship assignments
for.,the year have not been decided upon.
Mas ten and Lawson
Will Address Club
J. M. Masten, superintendent of, the
nety Fourteenth division of the railway
mall service, and L. C. Lawson of Clarks,
Neb., .chairman of the Nebraska Rural
Life commission, will be the speakers at
an Informal luncheon at the Commercial
club next Friday, arranged by the public
affairs committee of the club.
Mr. Mastan will tell of the workings of
tho Fourteenth division and Mr. Lawson
will peak on the 1 work and personnel of
the Rural Life commission.' John L.
Kennedy will be chairman
In the Entire Stock
LOCAL SHORTS ARE SQUEEZED
Price Suddenly Goes Up Nearly Four
Centi on Corn.
NOT . ABLE TO 'DELIVER ' CCiN
Recent Damp Weather Has Pre.
Tented Grain from Drying; Oat,
o it la Short ot Con
6everal local shorts. It Is said, were
badly squeesed on the December corn op
tion when the price, went up SH cents yes
terday, which Is the day of final settle
ment on that option, and they were un
able to deliver the corn and had to settle
on a1 basis ot 8 cents a bushel. This is
several cents higher than the cash price.
Tha recent damp weather prevented th
torn from drying out, and consequently,
while there Is plenty ot owrn on the mar
ket, the shorts were unable to ect'graln
of contract grade. ' ;
' Wheat Collapses in cMeavo,
CHICAGO, Dec. BO. -Spectacular flue
tuatlons In wheat and corn aigpalled the
going, oat of the old year today on
'change. ; A collapse of f cents. In the
former cereal and a bulge ot nearly 1
cents In the latter waa witnessed. The
excitement, however, -was confined to the
December option, and was due entirely
to evenlng-up of trades for the end ot
the last business day of the last month
oclallata to Meet at York.
YORK. Neb.. Dec. . (Kpeclal.)-K. E.
Olmsted secretary of tho York local ot
the socialist party, has been notified by
the state secretary, John C. Chase, that
the socialist state convention will be held
In York, February K, March 1 and 2, 1813.
It la said there will be from 200 to 300
: Overcoat it
- No Matter What the Former
City Employe Lies
at Point of Death
. n. Crlckmore. who for twenty years
has been . employed In the office of tbe
city comptroller. Ilea at the point of
death at the rresbyterlan hospital, tha
result of blood poisoning. A year ago
Mr, Crlckmore suffered from an Identical
ailment. He contracted Mood poison In
his foot, rhortly after he had accidentally
lorn off a toe nail while In the bath tub.
Thia. year the blood poison centered In
a corn which he had pricked and the
toe was amputated, but the poison had
spread until doctors have given up hope
of saving him.
Terelstent Advertising Is the Road ' to
Big Returns. :
Woman' most floriou endowment is tbe power
to awakes and hold the pur and honest love of
worthy man. When she loses it and Still loves on,
no one in tha wide world can know tb heart agony
ho endures. The woman who suffer from weak- '
ness and derangement of her system, soon lose
her personal magnetism. Her general health suffers
and she loses har nnd InoVa. amlikniM,
womanly charm. Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y with tho assistants
of his staff or able physicians, hat prescribed for and cured many thousand
ot women. Ha hat dsvised a socetslul remedy lor woman' silmesws. It
is known at Dr. Pieroe't Favorite Prescription. It it positive specie o for
tbe weaknesses and disorders peculisr to women. It purine, regulstcs,
, strengthens end healt. Medicine dealer eell it. No ktmtit dealer will advise
Vou to aoccpt a tubstitute in order to make e little larger proht.
IT HAKES WEAK WOMEIT STRONG, '
SICK WOMEN WELL.
On. Ptuv't Pfeasanf Mm icufsf aee trgtb Stow ace, Uvtr m Bewem,
Have Been Selling .
at $25, $30, $3S
$40 and even $45
SUGAR PRICES TAKE A DROP
Grocers Are Now Selling Seventeen
rounds fcr a Dollar.
FURTHER DECLINE EXTECTED
MroiTUerrlr lr ami Melon Are
fioine Cheaper, hnt A re lll "
t Isssed In (he l.lt of
Rugar has declined in price unlit re
tailers sold It at seventeen pounds for
Jl Inut Week. In the fall fruit can
ning season It went as high as twelve
pounds tor $l,' tint has been grsdually
declining ever since.
7'liere will be still farther dei-Hne
within the next three weeks, according
to A. King, manager of Hayden llros.'
fltrawbrrrlen and raaba melon are
also down, but the office clerk nnd 1a
txirer will i hardly buy any of them at
that, as the -berries nro W cents for a
pint box and the melons W cents i:h.
Fresh eitgs are more plentiful than they
have been for two months, but the price
has remained unchanged for a week.
Hoyt Made Clerk
of Federal Court
Under an act of rongrr of March
the office of cleric ot the United States
circuit court Is to be abolished tomorrow
throughout the nation. George H. Thum
mel, who holds this office In . Omaha,
will turn -over his records- and his files
to Robert' C. Hoyt. clerk of the United
State district court, .who will be clerk
pf both courts.
Mr. Hoyt will have all of the authority
held by Mr. Thummel and will be In
full charge of all federal court records
and business. The chango means a doub
ling ot Mr. Hoyt' duties, and will neces
sitate employment of several' extra clerks
and deputies. . John Nicholson, chief
deputy under Mr. Thummel, will have a
similar position under Mr. Hoyt. Miss
Florence Moore, chief deputy under Mr.
Hoyt, will bs made Junior deputy and
will have as her assistant Miss Alios
Chase, stenographer In the circuit court
clerk's office. Mrs. Susan Itlllls, deputy
circuit court clerk, will Retire from the
government service with.. Mr. Thummel.
Mrs. mills has bean , deputy , clerk since
im. t .,' .., ' . ;
After January 1 the" clerk of the dis
trict court's office wilt be In the' suite
occupied by the circuit .court clerk and
Miss Viola Coffin, secretary of tn Civil
HervlCB commission. - Miss Coffin will
move to the suite vacated by Mr. Hoyt.
( onirreaa Will Hear Shopmen.
ROOK ISIAND, 111.. Den. S0.wA.fter 4
two years' fight against the Introduction
of the Taylor system of - whop manage
ment, the 1,500 employes at Hock Island
government arsenal wert notified today
that the labor committee of congress will
hear their grievances at Washington be
ginning January . ' j .
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Clean Tonr Back and race oi vlmvU.
as a face that's all "hrokrn out'' an 4
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will clear ins:
most obstinate complexion, because thrr.
go right Into the blood and remove tT.iV
csufe of the trouble. The blood Is clenns.tt;
of all Impurities snd foreign substanOC
and these are quickly eliminated from 1;
system. Tou'll notice a wonderful changT
In a fw Cays you will hardly know your
self In a weelt.
And Stuart's Calcium Wsftrs are ahsax
lutely harmlecs to ar.y one. Their Ingiei
dlents' are Just' what a physician pr-;
scribes In most cases of skin eruptlcnvT
and poor blood. These wafsra are put VJ
In a concentrated' form, which mnitt
them act quickly and thoroughly.
Begin taking Stuart's Calcium Weftr
today and then look at yourself in' tln'6
mirror In a few days, and find all tho?
awful pimples, blackheads, acne, bolls:
llvtr spots, rash, ecxema and that mudd.'J
complexion rapidly disappearing and ybi.r-
face cleared like the petal of a flower.
You. can easily test Stuart' Calcium
Wafer for yourself. .' We will cheerfully
mall you a trial paokRge free. If you wil .
Just, send us your.' same and address. Yuli
can get the regular-slued package for 3
cents la ny drug store. , -
Write' for the free package to V. 'A.
Stuart Co., 175 Stuart Iildg., Marshall;
Mich; . . .
Breaks up Grip trnd
Th first feeling of a Cold la ona
of goneness, lassitude, exhaustion
and weaknoti. a t lomo serious
Illness wag pencjlnj
The ui9 ot "Boventy-seven" at tkU
first foeliDK, before, the Sneezing.
Cough or Bore Throat appear, will
gtop further developments. ' 4
A small vial of pleasant pellet?,1
flta tho vest pocket'.' 'At Drug Store:
25c or mailed. , J-
Humphreys' Homeo. Mediiln Co., Cor"
William and Ann- H truer s. New York. , i
. Our Latest Creation
Xdne lWttPf at Any Price. 8ilU
' til 1 and 3 I'oond Doxea Only .
Price 80c and $1.00. ;
. If bj MaU 1.00 and 2.00 S
Myers'Dlilon Drug Goi
16th and Farnam Sts, t
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The Twentieth Century Farmer ?
Is tbe leading agricultural Jour':
nal of ,the west. Ita columns j
ere filled with the bist thoughtf
of the day In matters pertaining'
to the farm, the ranch and tbcT:
orchard, and It Is a factor In thf -development
of tho great west '
TWO IDEAL CRUISES
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l- eb. 27, IHia (Frua f raecuraj
bj tbe PKlaiul cruUiug sti-awr.
Itlaersry Inclaitea Madeira,
Baia, Italr, India, Cefion.
ftralia Seltlemenla, Jata,
fhlllpplnea. (blaau JaM,
kaadwlelk lalaada and OfrrUml
Anwrliaa lour, lulo4 escursluas aui
OPTloNAIilT PATS IV
TOtH 114 UAH IJi JAPAN
Cost IncliHlliK sll saeesaarr
sipba abuanl as4 assure
Daratloa at Crataea
iso W. Bandolpli Street,
Okloago. Ill or Iooal Afaat.
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hb. t. 140b up. (or il dais, tuclua'as all bi
eicuratuua, TUIta Sila, AkirU. tira, Turk,,
tluly Laud, tlt. Ilaly He. to fcuropa Tuuia.
r'iCANK C. OLAHK. Tlmaa Bids . Vut,
w. av. tiwa. 113 iaiaaai tUMt,,
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