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THE HBB: OMAHA, "WIODN'ICSDAY, NOVKMBKR (5, 1.012.
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oough In a hurry, and is splendid for
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and other throat troubles.
Mir one. pint of granulated sugar with
Bb pint of warm water, and stir for 2
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the Sugar Syrup. Tako a teaspoonful
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Tlnex. as peihaps you know, is tho
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Norway whito plno extract, rich in
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No other preparation will do the work
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jt"P. if desired.
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Btaek-rloontr Co., TJadartaker.
Uffktlajr ritnr.-urr-arnan Co.
t moot Print St Now Beacon Press.
Bailejr, tha Bentlst, City Nat D. ltd
Q. A. X.lnda.n.rt, tailors. 1S5 Pax. Blk.
Sat Xosco for low rates on diamond
and watch loans. 1523 Dodge. Advertise,
Children Play "Columbia" "Colum
bin," a short play, will be given at Cas
tellan school this afternoon by the pupils,
Bolrajr Chastnut Coke Satlaf jotory
for base burner Use: W.50 per ton. Why
pay $13 for Pennsylvania anthracite? Cen
tral Coal and Coke company. Opposite
Orphoum theater. Phono Douglo 12JL
Rehool Childr.u Examined Health
Commissioner Connel yesterday con
ducted a medical examination of all pu
pils In the t'Vanklln school, where four
or five cases of diphtheria have appeared.
Bass Taxlcab Company Frances Haley
has started n H.500 personal Injury dam
acre suit against the Acme TailCab com
pany, alleging that one of its chauffeurs
ran her down as she alighted from a
Two rintd for Insulting Dfoaea Seth
Brown was fined 125 and costs and Mar
shall Brown sentenced to thirty days, In
the county jail by Police Magistrate KVas
ter for lnsultlntc women on the streets.
Both men are colored.
One Acre Sold The one-acre ceme
tery of tho Society of Husslan Israelites
at Forty-second and Brown streets lias
been sold to the Chevra U'nat Israel con
gregation. Tho deal has Just been con
summated. The price of the cemetery
was not announced.
Robert Carey Improving Hobert, t'le
1-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Carey, who was recently Injured when he
fell twenty feet to the ground from the
rear porch of tho Carey hotel, Is Im
proving rapidly at St. Joseph's hospital
and will. In a few weeks, bo out agnln.
City la Warned A communication
from the -Omaha Auto Motor club was
read before the city commission In which
the association warns the' council that
tho city will be held liable 'for damages
to autos ahd auto drivers because of Im
paired condition of Streets. No action was
taken on the communication..
Crajjr Eroeaj to Dallas City Engineer
George W. Craig will represent this city
at the meeting of the American Society
for .Municipal Improvements In Dallas,
Tex., November 13, 14 and 16. The city
commission has chosen htm an delegate.
Mr. Craig Is chairman of the paving
commlttoe of this association.
Wat ash Road ii Backward The "Wa
bash railroad Is tho only ono among
those Indicted by the federal grand Jury
for discriminating In matter ofvfrclBht
rates that has not yet appeared before
the United States attorney. The others
nave consulted the attorney and Indi
cated that they would appear for a hear
ing at any time set.
Water for Wesplnsr Watt At Weep
ing Water the Mlsoourl pacific official
have given the city council permission to
connect the pumps with Its artesian well.
No lease has been entered Into, but f. Is
believed the arrangement will be made
permanent. This gives the town an ample
water supply for fire and domestic pur
poses and at practically no cost.
Hasten Ksturns to Tots John M.
Mob ten. former superintendent of the
fourteen division qf tho railway mall ser
vice, now located at Pittsburgh was In
Otrfaha to vote. Mr. Masten has
not yet been In Pennsylvania long
enough to establish a residence them
He has recently been appointed super-
tcndelt of the Fifteenth division of the
railway mall service at Pittsburgh;
Students of Eighth
A Grade Oastellar
School Give Play
The eighth A grade of Cos teller school
will present a dramatization of "Colum
bus," written by Miss Jennlo Jj. Bed
field this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The girls, dressed as old women, will
present the Ignorant, pesslmlstlo views of
Columbus' contemporaries on the one side,
and, on tho other, the sympathetic, opti
mistic ideas of Columbus' friends. Under
the guidance of tho teacher, Sarah M
Sonborne, tho children have mode for the
play canopied thrones for the reigning
monarchs of that time of Genoa. Portu
gal and Spain, and a gate for the lodge
of royalty. They have made and rigged
the ship Santa Maria and constructed a
compass from an old cheeze box. Follow
ing Is the cast:
Prologue Marie Jonrenaen.
Glovanna May PasMck
Antonla Emily Kahler
Angela Bertha Slegel
urea Myrue Tracy
Maria i,'ora mewart
Sebastlana Clara. Lalhln
Morguerltta. Ousslo Scherer
Henrietta uessin Trelbal
Vascola Lillian Hoffmann
Benlta Edlu Forslund
Abenla Edith Moisten
Amelia Catherine Norrts
Victoria Florence Marcloy
i en Delia, queen ox irasuie ana Jjoon
Lady Maria Margaret Patee
Lady Louisa Ester Petersen
Lady Sebilla. -. Jessie Biiggs
Lady Ellen Mildred Wafion
Lady Emily Eva Dahlqulst
Lady Mary.- Myrtle Hamann
uoiumuua. I noy Muuigan
Dleiro Fred Dlnkril
King of Genoa Reuben Berllhg
uaieKeeper .....itooerc ung'gs
John, king of Portugal.... Arthur Holman
Knltrht.... Albert McGIll
LMessenger. Isaac Goldberg
sinie,wMM t..viiri nraAis9
Don Edwin Dahlqulst
Leon Lloyd Johnson
Bernardo John Mltota
Carlos. Robert Qemandt
Meguel Alfred Wenntnghoff
I'erey iranu uadu
Bartholome Rudte Rod
Eugene Fred Haarmann
Andres. Francis Kenny
Veronei Henry Ploss
Cftrlvl Albert Mr-nill
i Hpeecn or uiui tresiaeni lleuben
Ball On Lillian Hoffmann.
from School Board
Member Cott of the Board of Education
will hand in his resignation before the
next meeting of the board, according to
President E. Holytchlner. Cott Is -now
In the south on six months' leave of ab
sence. When Cott's resignation Is received tha
antl-Holovtchlner element on the -board
will seek to elect an Insurgent to' take hit
place, which might give them the balance
Holovtchlner denies any attempt by his
followers to secure tho election of a
Holovtchlner man to fill the Vacancy
The "Insurgents' do not hesitate to say
thev have decided on a malt whom they
expect to elect
PAROCHIAL TEACHERS COME
Sisters and Instructors of Catholic
Schools at Convention.
FIRST SESSION IN THE 'MORNING
tVebraakn State Teachera' Aaaoclntlou
Open IHr Meeting; In Omahn Tilth
I'roKtnni for MornliiK. Af
ternoon and Eveiilns.
Omaha parochial schools will bo closed
today, Thursday and Friday that
the sisters and Instructors may attend
the meetings of the Nebraska State
At a meeting of the Catholic school
board Manager Parrlsh of the publicity
bureau extended an Invitation to the
parochial school teachers to attend the
convention and tho Invitation was im
B. L. Rouse of Peru, the president of
the association, and A. E. Fisher, secre
tary, have arrived In Omaha and begun
preparations for the registering of visit
ing teachers. An advance guard of sev
eral hundred Is expected to nrrlve this
afternoon and tonight.
After registering at the Hotel Rome
they will securo their rooms at the hotels
and from the rooming bureau at tho
Young Men's Christian association.
Flrat Rcaalou In Jlorntng,
Tho first session of tho convention will
be held at tho high school auditorium
this morning at 10 o'clock. As tho
central theme of tho convention work
will bo economy and efficiency In educa
tion the first program will start with
addresses by W. It. Pates of Alliance, &
H. Martin of Broken Bow and J. H.
Bevcrldge of Council Bluffs on "Better
Efficiency Made Posslblo by Soma
Needed Legislation." "Bettor Efficiency
Made Possible by Raising tho Educa
tional Standards of Teachers" and "Bet
ter Efficiency In Commercial Depart
ments of High Schools." respectively.
Tho second session will be held at 2
o'clock in the afternoon at the high school
and will contain an address on "Soma
Vital Relations In Education," by Dr.
P. P. Claxton, United States commis
sioner of education, and a thesis, "Char
acteristics of Good Supervision," by Dr.
F. M. McMurry, which will be followed
by a round tabic discussion.
" Dr. Claxlon to feprnk.
The evening session of the first iay
will begin at 7:43 o'clock at tho First
Methodist church, when Mr. Claxton will
again be tho principal speaker, deliver
ing an address on 'The Relation of Kdti
cation to International Peace." Another
address gtven In the evening will bo by
Dean Charles II. Judd on "Theoretical
and Practical Education.''
Each program Is well provided with In
strumental and vocal music. Tho 8outh
Omaha High school orchestra will play
at tho afternoon session, while Miss
Blanche Sorenson will sing In tho morn
ing and Miss Martha Grym will sing nt
the evening session. A cello solo by Miss
Hollo Von Mnnsfcldo will bo the musical
feature of the evening program.
A train equipped with special coaches
will start from Beatrice tonight loaded
with ' teachors. It will arrive early on
Wednesday morning. Another car will
leave Chadron filled with Chadron and
Dawes county teachers, and the North
western train from Long Pine will be
equipped with three extra coaches for
the convention delegates. All the Union
Pacific trains will carry extra coaches
for the teachors.
A special Burlington train will arrive
from Lincoln at 9:30 o'clock this
morning. Lincoln teachers and teachers
from tha surrounding territory will fill
It. The Burlington will carry extra
coaches for tho delegates from Hastings
and intermediate points.
Ad Club Farewell
to Wed Stuart Man
A pretty wedding will occur this
evening at the Hotel Loyal, when Miss
Amy Goldstrom of Baltimore and Mr.
William A. Gaynor of Stuart, Neb., will
be United In marriage. The ceremony
will bo performed by Dr. Frederick Cohn
of Temple Israel.
Miss Goldstrom and her mother, Mrs.
Ousslo Goldstrom, arrived In Omaha Sun
day from the cast, and since then they
been making arrangements for tho wed
ding. The affair will bo a quiet one, with
only about a doion guests presont. Tho
young couple will go to Chicago on their
honeymoon, returning to tako up their
residence In Stuart In a week or two.
Mr. Gaynor was a former resident of
Baltimore, where ho and Miss Goldstrom
first met. Within the last yenr ho lo
cated In Stuart, whero he Is engaged In
the general merchandising business.
"The affairs of our city under the com
' mission plan are being carried on to the
! credit of the city. I say this In all fair
ness to tho commissioners now In office,
I even though I was not particularly In-
strumental In their election," said Ralph
U. Sunderland to tho Omaha Ad club.
Ho was bidding his farewell to tho club
I and to Omaha which he wilt leave In a.
j few days for San Francisco and giving a
I resume of the Ad club's work since he
has been a member of It. Ho told of the
' campaign the club waged In securing tha
commission plan of government for
, Omaha and said he hoped the club woula
continue working for the betterment of
i the city.
I Because of his wife's poor health, Mr,
Sunderland Is required to go west with
1 his family. Ho said In his address which
was on "The Omnha Ad Club and Poll
tics" that ho may bo able to return to
Omaha in a year or so.
"This Is my home," said he, "and
Omaha will continue to be my home no
matter how long I ant away."
His talk was made with much feeling
and tho sentiment was reflected In his
audience, lie was roundly applauded
when he arose to speak and cheered
when he had finished. Songs and toatn
were given In his honor.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of tho
cio.u.:h are their most common ailment.
To correct this you will find Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets excel
lent. They are easy and pleasant to tako,
and mild and gontle In effect, For sale
by all druggists. Advertisement.
TWO SUITS STARTED AS
RESULTS OF FIST FIGHTS
As a result of n fist tight In South
Omnha November 1 Joshua U Cohn and
Louis Zles havo started suits for 2,a)
.damages agntnBt Isaac and Max Icvy
Each charges tho Lcvys with assault,
and each asks damages of ll.WW. A real
estate transaction is said to have cmfSod
tho disagreement between tho men, but
tho petition states no details.
GREEKS REMEMBER WRENN
WITH GOLD CUFF BUTTONS
Traveling Passenger Agent Wrenn of
the Union Pacific nt txis Angeles Is at
headquarters on his way homo from New
York, whero he went In charge of a train
load of Greeks from southern California,
who wcro going Imck to Greece to
fight In tho war against Turkey. There
were COO In the party and upon their ar
rival In New York, they tendered Mr.
Wrenn a banquet, at which they pre
sented him with a set of solid gold cuff
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