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HIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER. 3, 1912.
Doing in the World
HE suffrage mass meetlnc
TT I which wilt be held at the Au-
I dltorlum Thursday afternoon
l U VIUCK Will DC OnO Or 1119
most Important affairs of the
week. The three Omaha auf.
irase societies will unite In making this
one of the most Important meettnes of
us Kind to be held In the city.
it is with a great deal of pride that
they announce that Mrs. Ella S. Stewart.
who la preKldent of the Illinois Equal Suf-
irasre league, will give tho address of the
afternoon. Mrs. Stewart Is one of the
prominent leaders of tho suffrage move
ment In the cduntry and has had manr
nice things said of her work wherever
alio has spoken.
Mrs. o. II. Menold. assisted by Mrs. B,
II. Crocker, will be hostess at a luncheon
for the P. E. O. society Thursday at I
o clock. The luncheon will bo followed
by a business meeting.
Ttio- Dorcas club will meet at the home
of Mrs. J. U Ilouchln, G7I5 North Thirty
first avenue. Friday, November 8. The
members of tho club havo been sowing
for J.he different charitable Institution
and last week their work was done fofr
tlio City Mission.
Tho household economics department of
tho Omaha Woman's club will hold their
meeting In their rooms at 10 o'clock
Thursday, when they will continue their
study of Omaha made goods. Mr. R. A.
Stewart of tho David Cole Creamery com
pany will give tho talk on "Butter"
which he was to have given at their last
meeting. Mr. P. J. Hale of the Heinz
Pickle company will speak to the women
on tho subject of "Vinegar." This ad
dress will be followed by a luncheon
given by the Heinz Pickle company to
demonstrate their goods.
The advanced French class of the
Omaha Woman's club will meet Friday
morning at 10 o'clock with their leader,
Mrs. B. S. Baker.
The North Side Mothers' club will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock nt the
home of Mrs. O. R. Gilbert, 2005 Bristol
street. A paper will be read by Mrs. C.
J. Zlebrnth on "Muelc for Children.
"Music for the Little Ones" will bo the
subject of a paper by Mrs. E. O. Carson.
Mrs. Lena Ellsworth Dale" will give a
paper pn the subject of "Music as an Aid
to tho Development of Character." Miss
ltoyso will give a reading.
The Omaha Woman's club will hold tho
icbu.m melius ui us ciuo rooms lonaay; lecture room of the public I brory. The
afternoon. The program will be In subject of Mr. Kimball's lecture will be
charge of the current topics department, I "American Architecture."
of which Mrs. Cuthbert Vincent Is leader. I
Tho subject of the afternoon will be the I Tho West Side Mothers' Culture club
"Practical Application of Woman's1! will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Hdm
Work In tho Organization" and will be "tor Friday afternoon, November 8. A
discussed by the ex-presidents of the. PPor will be read by Mrs. F.-H. Dletrlck
Among the ex-presldents who will at
tend tho meeting are Ms. S. R. Towne,
Mrs. W. P. IIarfod. Mrs. Draper Smith,
Mrs. George Tllden, Mrs. F. II. Cole, Mrs.
Edward Jownson and Mrs M. D. Cameron.
TJio Concordia Ladles' S nglng society, of
which, there are sixty members, will fur
nish the jnuslc for the afternoon. Each !
member of the club is asked to bring al
former member as a guest to the meet
ing. Following the meeting an Informal
reception will be held In the parlors of
the club and coffee and cako will be
The literature department of the Omaha
Woman's club will hold .ts meeting
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock in their
club rooms. Tho leader of the depart
ment Is Mrs. George B. Darr, and the
meeting will be In charge of Mrs. Shot
well. The Omaha Woman's Suffrage associa
tion will meet In the assembly room at
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The
business of the meeting will be the In
stallation of officers and the delegates to
the state convention will be elected.
The oratory department of tho Omaha
Woman's club will meet at the studio of
MIbs Lillian Fitch, who ts the leader of
the department, Tuesday morn'ng at 10
o'clock. Each member will give a se
lection of her own choosing for criticism
of the leader and the department.
Mrs. Searson will be the hostess at the
meeting of the Benson Woman's club
Thursday afternoon, November 7. Mrs.
Cuyler will be the leader for the after
noon. Mrs. Horton wll read a paper on
"Men Who Helped Make History." The
readings will be of a historical nature.
The Century club of South Omaha will
hold its meeting at Library hall Tuesday
afternoon, November S. "Washington
Irving" will be the subject of the after
noon and Mrs. Sears will bo the leader.
A paper on "Irvine's Life and Words"
will bo read by Mrs. Sears, and Mrs.
Oliver will have as her subject "Irvlng's
Place In American Literature."
The Jiu Sigma will meet at the home of
Mrs. N. P. Fell Wednesday morning, No
vember 6. Mrs. Squler will be the leader
for the morning and a paper, 'The Be.
ginning of the English Novel," will be
read by Mrs. Somers. Works of Samuel
Richardson, Daniel Dcfoo. Henrv Fle'd
ing, Tobias Smollett and Lawrence Sterne
will be on the program for the morning.
The Omaha Women's Suffrage societies
You have, no doubt, noticed a par
ticularly well dressed woman and
thought If you could only have your
gewns fit like tier's you would be
Do you know that It Is all In the
jcaie and fit of her corset?
We carry the leading brands of
corsets In a full range of sizes and
the various models. Our fitters can
positively Improve your figure con
forming It to the new styles and
without any discomfort.
It la economy as well as good sense
to buy your corsets where you ar.e
assured they will be right. Our
charges are very moderate. We have
corsets from SS.00 to (2S.0O and
praitlvely give the best values at
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South Side Sntraao
Brand! Tneatsr Building.
WILL TALK SUFFRAGE TO THE
MHS. ELLA S. STEWART.
Invite tho teachers of the city and state
to- tho suffrage mass meeting which will
be held at the Auditorium Thursday aft
ernoon, November 7, at 5 o'clock. Mrs.
Ella S. Stewart of Chicago, who Is a
graduate of Ann Aroor. and one of the
leaders In the suffrage movement
throughout tho country, will bo the
speaker of the afternoon.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
will be held Tuesday, November 6, at 2:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. M. Met
calf, 123t South Tenth street.
Mrs. R. A. Flnley will have charge of
the program, "omen In Social Life"
will be the general subject of the meeting.
Mrs. F.nley will speak of "Women of
the Colonial Period4," Mrs. J. J, Foster
will take as her subject "Women of the
Early Republic," and "Women of Today"
will be the subject of a paper by Mrs.
W. S. Heller. Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs.
Metcalf will gtvo tho muslo of the after
noon. Mr. Thomas R. Kimball will give a lec
ture to the members of tne Omaha Society
of Fine Arts Thursday morning In the
on "Music for Children," and Mrs. E. O.
Hamilton will have as her suDject "Music
as an Aid In the Development of Clnl,
dren." "Rythmic Music for Little Ones"
will be spoken of by Mrs. C. D. Hutchlns
and the music- will be given by Mrs. R.
The first law sorority In the United
6" , .. .d. .T Ansk,ea
by ten of the thlrty-flvo women students
o! me ouege or uw, University of Mr. and Mra. Arthur Gulou moved on
Southern California. Tho members were Wednesday to their new homo Just corn
In receipt today of a charter granted by I Peted at Forty-flint and Harney streets,
the secretary of state. The chaptor, j The apartment loft by them at tho Beaton
called the. Alpha, Is Indorsed and financed has been taken by Mrs. Arthur Iteming-
by tho university. A scholarsh p require
ment for admittance will be maintained.
The women students at tho Washington
College of Law, Washington, D. C, al
ready havo applied for a charter.
TWO DEBUTANTES LAUNCHED
(Continued from Page Two.)
the fourth and fifth dances have been
set for December 25 and January 21.
The Youny People's .society of the
Henderson Memorial church, .gave a
Hallowe'en party on Friday evening, at
the home of the Misses Wasenberg.
Those present were:
Gurtha Long. Emma Wesenberg,
Fcrr s ngrett, Martha Randolph,
.jaunt vjivcuo, jjuuam uivens.
At the Country Club. ,
At the Country club Saturdsy-evening
there will be several Impromptu dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpetzer has as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Huntley,
Mr. and Mrs. Mosher Colpetzer and Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Cowglll.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Spalding were
among those who had -guests at dinner
and covers were placed for six.
Mr. Gerald Wharton and Mr. Ralph
Peters had a table for, four.
Mr. Lewis Reed entertained at dinner
when he had covers laid for three guests.
Fo'- CMcro Gueit.
Complimentary to Mrs. Stanley Hart-
man of Ch'cago, formerly of Omaha, who
la visiting her father. Albert Cahn, Mrs
Charles Stanford Elgutter entertained at
luncheon Saturday. Yellow chrysanth-
mums were U"ed In decoration and covers '
were placed for fourteen guests.
rtfp -"-or 'nnounceTent,
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fitzgerald announce
the engagement of Miss Glenna Blet tc
Mr. Amos Heath. It will be a home wed
ding and will take place Friday evening
In honor of Miss Blanche Cohn, whose
engsgetient l annourcrd to Harrv
Rosenfeld of Council Bluffs, Mlas Conn's
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M.- Cohn will
b at home to their friends today.
" -"henm Party.
Mrs. John T. Stewart entertained Sat-
tv Ci a. " kept Leo out of school. The Judge or
Pckle Stewart, when covers were laid ' aJZ. .... , K . a .
1 for sixteen of his young friends. The
I luncheon was followed, by a box party
j at the Orpheum.
""nt- Ptrt In at Evening.
Miss Ruth Hammer was the guest of
honor ,ast evenln n theater party
given o.v .miss uucucock. mo guens 1
were; Miss Ruth Hammer, Miss Pauline j
Burke, Mr. Harold Prltchctt. Mr. 'll-i
Ham Taylor and Mr Charles Hamilton.
Hallowe'en at Parish House.
Saturday evening In tho Wattles Me
morial Parish house the Sunday school
gave a Hallowe'en party. Dinner was
served at G p. in., danctn and guinea at
7 p. m. Tho young people of tho church
came at 8 p. m.
Omaha Girl Wins Honors,
Miss Helen McCoy, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Herbert McCoy, has won the dis
tinction of a place on tho honor roll at
Wellesley. Out of a freshman class of
between 400 and 500 girls, only fttty-elght
won this distinction. Miss McCoy Is Just
beginning her sophomore year, but the
place on the honor roll Is awarded upon
the work In tho freshman year.
Dinner for Blair Women.
The Omaha Womtn's Democratic leaguo
will entertain the members of the Blair
Woman's Democratic league at dinner
this evening at tho Paxton hotel. The
table will bo decorated with the national
colors and covers will be laid for twenty'
five. Following tho dinner they will at
tend the address at (ho Auditorium by
William Jennings Bryan.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. E. V. Lewis returned Saturday
Mrs. John H. Butler has returned from
Tennessee, where she visited relatives.
Dr. C T. Richardson has removed from
3027 Chicago street to 124 South Thirty-
Mrs. T. N. Naudaln of New York City
arrived this weok to bo the guest of Mrs.
Miss Grace Mlddleton of Washington,
D. C, has arrived to visit Mr. and Mi's.
Mrs. Georgo W, Updike Is expected
home Sunday from the east, where she
has spent tho summer,
Mrs. M. II. Conant, who has spent two
months In Chicago and Wadena, Minn.,
returned Friday morning.
Mrs. Pierre Colon Morlarty has re
turned from an extended stay In Vienna
and other cities In Europe.
Mrs. George Mlxtor and baby, who
havo been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ktl-
Patrick, return today to Motlne.
Mrs. Stanley Ilartman of Chicago, who
hen spent tho last week at the Hotel
Loyal, will leave Monday for her home.
Mrs. W. F. Bpaulding and children of
Kersey, Colo., arrived Saturday to be
the guests of Mrs. Spauldlng's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Caswell.
Mr. Adolph Pollack of Cloveland, ar
rived Saturday to be the guest of his
cousin, Mr. Henry Pollack and Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Blakoley returned
Saturday from St. Louts and Belleville.
111., where thep havo been tho guests of
relatives and old friends on their wed
Mrs. Frank W. Judson Is at the Clark
son hospital recovering from an opera
tion which she underwent there last Sat
urday. Mr. Ed B. Williams and family have
moved Into their new home at Thirty-
seventh and Pacific streets, which he
recently purchased of Mr. Ralph E. Sun
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fornsworth, who
have had Mrs. W. M. Rogers' apartment
, at the Beaton during her absence abroad,
,nv o-nn. n v, rv,inii rr u-intr
nnd Mrs. Rogers will take possession of
her homo again.
ton, who moved Into It yesterday.
Mrs. Frederick Smith, wife of General
Smith, who has been -Jllit the Clarkson
hospital for several months. Is much Im
proved and haB gone to the now sana
torium Just opened In tho old Poppleton
residence on Sherman avenue. General
Smith left Thursday for Chicago to be
gone Beveral weekH on temporary duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker arrived
home Thursday from a month In New
York. They stopped over long enough
to meet the boat on which Judge and
Mrs. W. A. Redlck landed from Europe
Sunday and came homo with them and
Mrs. W. M. Rogers. Miss Mildred Rogers
remained over In Chicago for a few days.
Aged Couple Found
in Bed Asphyxiated
from Had Coal Gas
F. M. Owens, aged 80 years and his
wife, aged 70 years, residing at 107
Nicholas street, Council Bluffs, wore
found dead yesterday morning In bed by
neighbors. Both had been asphyxiated
from gas fumes from the hard coal
The old couple, who recently celebrated
their fiftieth wedding anniversary, wero
een Friday night at an entertainment.
They went to bed about 10 o'clock. When
at 11 o'clock this morning no signs had
been seen of them neighbors knocked at
the door, but received no answer. Fear
ing that something had happened they
broke down the door and ' found the
houre filled with gas fumes. Further In
vestigation led to the discovery of the
old couple dead In bed. The stove had
been filled with coal and shut off.
KENNEDY HOLDS THAf
CHILDREN STAY IN SCHOOL
"It Is not right for the state to put the
burden of support of families on cull.
dren." declared Judge Kennedy In JUven
lie court In disposing of a number ot
CttB of children who have not been at-
tending school, but who on the contrary '
have been out helping to support their 1
"The child labor law Is a good one, and
I believe In It thoroughly. If patents ot
largo families are not able to furnish
(proper support, the state should be re-
sponajble and the children kept In
The Judge's remarks were made ptincl-
pally In connection w.th the case of Leo
' . ,.... " r
Netzel, years old. a South Omaha lad.
who has been helping to support a large
m Mt.,i ,., mhi a.
Mrs. wetxel was present, and she de-
clared In court that her huaband does
not make enough to support the blr
family of six children, and that the had
Several similar cases were handled, all
of those up for hearing being caaes of
nonattendahce at school.
.Key to tho Sltuatlon-B.e Advertising ,
HULL'S ANSWERS EVASIVE
Sayi He Cannot Remember Kissing
McKeen's Former Wife.
FORGETS 0YFRCOAT INCIDENT
linen Not ltccall Whether lie Left
111 Overcoat nt McKrrn'i Home
One Mht by MUtnke Wl.llx
Otlllntr on Mrn. M citron
Evasive and lndernlte answers to ques
tions regarding his alleged public rela
tions with the former wife of W. R. Mo
Keen. Jr., were given by C. W. Hull,
head of the C. W. Hull company, when
being examined before a notary In his
suit to annual his 91,000 alimony contract
w.th his former wife, now the wlfo of
John I. Webster and Byron a. Burbank,
counsel for Mr. and Mrs. McKeen, pro
pounded the questions.
At one point tho examination was
halted because Mr. Webster and Francis
A. Brogan of counsel for Hull became
engaged In a dispute as to whether or
not the McKeen slue should glvo tho
names of persons alleged to have been
wltnesies of some of tho "goings on"
which resulted In the breaking up of tho
original famll.es of Hull and McKeen,
"Did you not somo ttmo In August, sev
eral momns before the McKeen divorce
tult was filed, lcavo the Omaha club with
an automobile party and rldo several
miles, and did you hot at that time pick
Elizabeth McKeen up In your arms and
kiss her?" asked Mr. Webster.
IJofora Hull could frame, a reply Mr.
Brogan Interposed an objection.
"I think before such a question Is nn-
swered counsel should provide us with
the names or -the other members of tho
party." ho said. "We should have the
right to know what sort of testimony
counsel Intends to bring In regarding such1
One Cnae nt n Time.
"We are trying only one case," rejolnod
Mr. Webster. "We do not propose to
bring Innocent persons Into this case If
we can help It. Wo do not believe It
necessary at this tlmo to bring In 'any
other persons, persons who aro not par
ties to this suit and have no Interest In
It. There Is no reason why they should
be Involved, ana we are not going to draw
Mr. Hull said he could' not recall any
such Incident as that referred to by Mr.
''Do you mean to say you could have
such an experience and not recall It when
your memory was refreshed?" asked Mr.
Mr.-ilUII answered In substance that ho
believed he could.
In response to another question by Mr.
Webster, Hull said he was unublu to re
call Whether or not on one occon.on at
club' ho danced with Mrs. Edzabeth
McKeen, then tho wlfo of W. R. Mo-
Keen, Jr., and squeexed her so tightly
that ho lifted her from the floor and
there was some talk of having him kept
off the dancing floor.
Mr. Hull also wan unable to recall hav
ing visited Mrs. Elizabeth McKeen ono
night when MoKeon was absent and hav
ing Inadvertently left his overcoat at the
Mr. Webster wanted to know If such
an Incident could occur and Hull bo un
ablo to remember It upon having his
memory refreshed.' Hull believed It could.
W,F. Stoecker Sued
for Divorce; Cruelty '
, Charged by Wife
William F. Stoeokcr, retired cigar man
ufacturer, head of tho Stoecker Realty
company, owner of several moving .pic
ture theaters and apartment houses and
prominent democratic politician, was sued
for divorce by Mrs. Hulda Stoecker In
district court today. Extreme cruelty Is
the charge and rich alimony ts demunded, '
Mrs. Stoecker's petition was filed at
1 o'clock In tho afternoon nnd Immedl- 1
aleiy was withdrawn from tho flics. It 1
docs not go Into details regarding h po
ol fie acts of extreme cruelty, merely set- '
ting out the date of the marrlago and
tho time at which the alleged course of I
crtiulty was begun. I
The filing of the petition came as no
surprise to Stoecker. He and his attor- ,
ney visited tho office of Robert Smith, 1
clerk of the district court, early In the 1
morning to learn the latest hour at which !
the office would be open. Slnco the 1
office closes at 1 o'clock in the after
noon 'oiy Saturdays It was decided that
Mrs, Stuecker's attorney should file the
petition Just ua the offlco closed, when
the offlco and building would bo nearly
deserted and no newspaper reporters .
would be around. I
A lll"od y.Wflr
Is lung hemorrhage. Step It and cure
weak lungs, coughs and colds with Dr.
King's New Discovery. COc and $1.00. For
rale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
EMERlCK IS FINED FOR
SPITTIMG IM STREET CAR
J. B. Enierlck, 2iM Jaynes street, was
given a S5 suspended flno by Police Mag
I Urate Foster for spitting on the floor
of a North Twenty-fourth street car.
I According to the car crow Emerlck
rides on their car each morning and has
acquired the habit of occupying a seat In
I the front of the car nnd forming minia
ture (allva pond near his seat.
They have objected to him doing this
several times, but he has paid no heed to
thum. Yesterday morning. Captain of Po
'Irn HMtfpJflt rd" I'nwn on the car with
Emerlck and placed him under arrest on
retuet of tne motor crew,
' , ,
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Tko M" two Ingredients home and put
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Good results come after the first few
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a patent medicine Instead of this. Insist!'
on having the genuine Torli compound
In the original, one-ounce, aeuled yellow
package This was published here lHHt
winter and hundreds rf the worst cases
were cureu oy 11 in a anort lime.
SOK rrrT, Corna, Callouses. Bun
Ions. Frost llltos, Aching and Sweaty
Feet A spoonful of t'aloclde In the foot-
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November 3. lS97-Mr. Hugh A. Joplln
of Salt Lake nt-. Utah, and Miss Edith
M. Jones of Omaha were Joined in wed
lock at All Saints' church. Rev. T. J.
MnckH.v Urd tho knot. Mr.
Joplln was the best man and Miss Horn
Jones attended the bride as maid of
honor. Thr ushers were Messrs. II. W.
vwiceior, v. n. Allen and George It.
Prince. Mr. Joplln was long connected
with tho auditing department nf .
Union Pacific until tho segregation of
the Oregon Short line took him to Salt
liko City. Utah.
November 3, l.W-Mn Thomas It. Mnr-
rls of Omaha nnd Miss IJda Fry of Kan
saa City, plighted their troth at Kansas
City. The news of tho wedding came a
a complete surprise to the iimnv fr!mi
of the groom. Miss Fry was one of tho
nwsi popular society belles of Kansas
November S, 1KS-Mr. J. p. Karr and
Miss Margaret Lccder wero united In the
bonds of matrimony at St. Phllomena'a
cathrdrnl by Father II. J. McDevltt.
Miss Bello Leeder and Miss Karr were
the bridesmaids, while, Messrs. Charles
i.ecuer ana Edward 'Mullok acted
November 3, i!iMr. Harry Wert of
Cincinnati. O.. and Miss Mary F. Yntes.
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Yates!
solemnlicd their nmrrlairo at All Hnli,.
church. Rev. T. J. M.icUny tied the knot.
, Miss Valerie AVost of Clncl
maid of honor, while Misses Ethel Boll
man and Edith Lock served as brides
maids. Mr. (lustav Well of Cincinnati
attended his brother an best man and
ir. . A. l'Taser of Da nn T . -
Harry Irving of Cincinnati and Mr. Frank
Yatts wero ushers.
More Homes Built in
x0maha This Year
Uulldlng operations for U10 month of
October this year show a dccrcAso over
the actual money spent, but more small
homo owner havo spent money to con
struct buildings than during tho name
poriod last year. This year, to November
1. W.06S.6U was spent In construction of
now buildings. For the same period last
year 11,604.036 was expended. In October.
1912 109 permits wero Issued, calling for
expenditures of U25.3G5: In October, 1811,
eighty-four permits were Issued nnd tils'
expenditures for the month amounted to
DUDLEY CRAFTS OF CHICAGO
SPEAKS TO THE ART SOCIETY
Dudley Crafts Watson, art critic In thu
Institute of Flno Arts In Chicago, spoke
at a meotlng of tho Omaha Society of
Fine Arts nt tho Young Women's Chr s-
.....a ....w.. ..; ,I1(,,IV .u iiiu ouu-
Ject of "American ArtlstH Abroad."
In tho Interests of real art Prof. Wat
eon Is touring tho country. Ho nald tho
nrtlstlo temperaments of tho American
proplo ts lost In the mad rush for fcdld.
He said tho only thing that occupies tho
mind of Americans Is to ho successful In
business. Tha. lectura was Illustrated by
sterooptlcan reproductions of famous
Amcrkn pointings In each of whtoh tlio
professor pointed out the art trtrUllfcauM
by tho various details -of delineation and
Tho Persia ton t and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertli g Is tho Rond to
comparison with any others, knowing
tlint, for tho price, wo givo aa groat values as
any other Jowoler n the country.
Exquisite gift suggestions In watches, senrf
pins, lavnlllorn, vanity cases, silverware, etc
Compart pricett compart quality.
Fine Sterling Silver
The wedding sliver you present will always bo
n Hourro of prldo and some day a cherlshod heirloom
If bought wisely We absolutely guarantee that
quality und price are' right Look for ths name.
LINDSAY THE JEWELER
3214 South 18th gtrvot
DAIRY SCORER REPORTED
Inspector Botsie Tests Milk Sold by
the City Dairies.
SPANGARD 18 THE HIGHEST
Certified Dairies V.neh Score 04.(1 In
Pnrlty Teats Mmlr by the In
spector Dnrinur the Month
Claude F. lkusle. olty dairy Inspector,
has made the following report to Hn.ilth
Commlsaloner R. W. Oonnell on the
dairy scores for October:
Namn ami Dairy. . Score.
Anvood Dairy, company m.t
Frlosliutd Farm , H.S
C. Spangard. Spungard , M,o
It. U Olhb, Miller Park KS.O
Jack Peterson, Forest Lawn 87.4
Uln JahkMi. lln.nf Itlll n.1
Poto Jensen, Eucie.. , 1.1.3
jftinp .Miigani, central , st.j
John Jacnbcu, Carter Lako tt.S
Carston Johnson, IkrUle ....7.3
Martin Jensen, Nebraska S7.3
U P, Nclsen, Ivikn Nakotna 87.3
C. It. Rowley. Highland 87.3
Ik C. Chrlstensen. CourtlMid SI. 3
P. W. Winter. Riverside S7J
It. K. Paulson. Belmont..... H7.1
J. La Hook. Shady Grovn K?,t
Jepperan Bros., Elgin Rinlury...... S7.0
l unristeinen a Co., Elgin m 7
Frank Nufer. De Bolt M.7
C. P. Johnson CoCenordla Park.. Mi. I
Fred Johnson. Crown M.S
Jim Andersen ft), a
Sam SOrenson. Keystone Dairy JO.S
C. Christetison, West Benson MU
A. FJtlllu. FJelltn Sanitary SV,,o
Anton Larsen, Clover Leaf.. M.o
a lr. 8oronsn. Center Street W.O
Norgard s Co.. union nonuary K.a
N. I. Jenien. Crescent Sanitary , M,7
J. P. Johnson, Spring Garden 7
Chrtat Frot, JerseyvlTlo
Jrsscn Bros., People's
Hans Kuhdcsen: -Knudesen... WO
Dnhl lliwa . IT. I M.O
Jim Horn, .Milk , Farm .o
A. Nordqulst, Lincoln Avenue KS.O
E. Negerton M.7
iver M. Jensen. HiAoxDerry Avenue., m.j
tl.,.r.. Tlra-n V Onrlfli. HI
I Mnrlmis Jensen, Celhr Orove., 8J.2
tf: '. Nelaen M.O
t-.imuorg uros., wtai iawn w.r
t. Spangard , 3-5
Henry Weatre. Keystone Park 3.t
Chris Jenaen M.o
C. PoteMen, Standard St. 8
C f. ChHstehsen, M. Petersen 82.3
A. Nflderbcrg. North Oitlahn. Farm.. S2.1
N. llanaen, Grand View 81.0
Hans VllUdactl, Model 81.7
Andrew Petoraoii. Walnut Hill 81.5
13. Corhetr. Melrose I till 81.6
L. P. Jrrtaan si.
Julius Clause, Inter-Mate si. 3
H. Eltesert. Ellesen 81.2
It. P. Andersen.... ....... 81.0
A. r. Ofoheck, .Spring Gordon Hill... 80.8
J. U llainblln.; M.N
Sam Chrlstensen. 80.5
C. Agaard, Omaha 80.1
Charles Post, West Omaha 80.0
C, M. ChrtMonscn 79.9
A. M. Larsdll, Mld-CUy..... 78.8
C M, Jacobsen. Mal'berry Ave.. 79.1
Nels Sbmnsen, Carter Park.. 78.8
Anion Chrlaienaen, Sanitary. . 78.1
C. It, Hansen 1 78.1
D. Shsatiln, North Benson 77.3
It. Cohen, Mt. Carmel 78.fi
F. vand, City, 7S.3,
Louts Chflstonseli. West Dodge, buys
of Douglas County creameries.
The following dairies were not scored
this month due to Insufficient time slnco
iny return from Dairy show at Milwaukee.
N. J. Neleoh. Consumer's: W. Anderson.
Excelsior) carl Jensen! Maple Grove; Jopp
Jeppnrsou, PontanMIc; Jim Jenaen, Coun
try club; Carl II. Jensen, Western.
0MAHANS' property in
OKLAHOMA IS ON THE B00M
Several Omaha peoplo owntng property
In Nowata, Okla., havo been agreeably
surprised by the announcement that tlno
and lead havo been found In large quan
tities Just west of Nowata, and the
knowing oni-s look for un Immediate
boom for the county ot Nowata, whtoh
will greatly Inweaso tho value of land
In this collnty. Many of the Omaha own
ers of property In that county aro look
lng forwnrd to a visit to their property
to sco Just what conditions aro there.
Ky to tha RltUatldti-nco Advertllug.
Omaha's Oldesl Es'.iblishcd Jeweler
Sixteenth at Harney
A SPECIAL invi
tation is extended
to nil now to view our
splendid fall showing of
diuraondB. Tho complotb
nosB of tho stock tho high
quality and rich values
niako this display nn ad
niirahlo ono from which to
select tho Christmas o r
No stone is. unworthy its
price, and wo offer every
ono of our diamonds in
BAILEY THE DENTIST
'Formerly I'adon lilock.
Now 704-710 Oity National Bank,
10th and Harney Sts.
Poraonal Attention New PallilosBMethocl
arranted Work ExamlnaMdu and Katlmato
nil. LUmviOK, Assoclute.
Open HvenlngK Till 0 O'clock.
Tel. Douglas 2S0U.
Plain Corset Tallis
You have often noticed that
Nemo Corsets never stretch out
of shape, like most corset do.
Well tell you WHY:
All the seams arc scixcJ (bv
machines of our own invention)
in such a way that they CAN'T
Other cortcts do itrefch, be
cause no one else hat such
machinery it's made in our own
factory; therefore no one else
CAN sew scams that way.
Be a Wise Woman!
'-and stick to the corset that
leads, and ceps on leading
This corset has done more
for sufforina womankind
ihan all others combined.
Willi Improved Dandlet
N. S22 medium buit)fcp; OO
No. B23-low bust ( H0'uu
Bandlct, of elastic LastikoDs
Webbing, is firm enough to give
criect support from underneath,
ut elastic enouch to assure case
and restful comfort.
Tho Greatest SUPPORTNO
Corset in Existence
Very loner skirt with four
elastic gores of Lastikops Cloth,
and close-fitting ln-Curve Back:
No. BOG low bust I xr nn
No.BOS-raedlum ) i3,UU
The Greatest REDUCING
Corset in Existence
For Slender Figures
No. 504 Extra-long skirt, medium
buit, elatUc hip-conSmag bands of
Laitikopt Webbing: of ne white
(ilk-brocaded batiste $5.00. rt
No. 507 For slender and medium
figurei; extra-long ikirt, medium butt;
the ney elauic lumhapin2 Extensions
reduce large upper limbi; very fine
while batiste $3.00.
Be a Wise Woman!
nti r?cl nnli witk tnr iVmf im)I
you a NEMO when you ask for it. j
Mirs unuc, miaaiattursri, ntw Tark
Keep ihs Complexion BaudM.
Nadine Face Powder
(In Gram Box OaJy.)
Produces a soft, velvety
appearance so much ad
mired, and remains until
washed off Purified by
a new process Will no
clog the pores Harmless.
Prevents sunburn an
return of dtscoloratloss.
By toilet counters or mall, 50c. Monty
back it not tnllrtly plcastJ
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. IWO. Tim
ld by BUirmso Mccoamll Urug c.. Owl Drag
Co.. haul Kurauur, Uarvart rauouur, sUw.