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THE WW: OMAHA, MONDAY, XOVKMHKR L'o. V.)V2.
BRIEF GUY NEWS
Stuck micoBer Co., Undertakers.
ttffhtlaB1 -Matures. BurjeM-ftjnuaen Co.
Have noo: Print ij Now Hcmmmi l'res.
the Dentist, City Kai'l. I). ...t..
O. A. ituuiiutii, tailor. Hi IMxton ::lk.
Diamond Loans at t-i and i ver tent.
W. a Ilatati, 151 1 Lole bt. lied 3619.
3e IScscoe for low rates o.i dlan..ud
and watch loans, lijj Uoilte. .uiVcr-
Tor Ware Earner tlio Nebraska Suv
ll'Rs unit IJbmt Ass n. orfers the satest
and boat plan of Mtvlng. lCOi I'arnam
Tracy liuys on Wirt Street A. it.
Tracy lias Invested $15,000 In u home on
Wirt street, between Twimtvf'rst mid
Twenty-second street, n Kounlae Place.
The purchase, was mado from U. H.
To DUcuss Single Tax William V.
Baxter will address Unity Fellowship nt
tho First I'nltarlan church, Seventeenth
and Cass streets, Sunday evening, De
uember 1, at 8:30 on "The IMnclples of
the Single Tax."
Omaha, Tame Abroad Charles Meaton
of the Ak-Sar-llcn board of governors,
who le on his wedding trip enroute to
Hawaii, has written to Ak-Sar-Ben head
quarters that the Ak-Sar-Bcn parades
confront him In moving pictures every,
place ha has stopped. Several western
cities, he says, have shown them.
Dietz Bnya on Harney Street Gould
Dietz has purchased tho lot east of the
old Jewish synagogue near Twenty
fourth and Harney streets. The property
was brpught from II. B. Kennedy through
the Oncanta Investment company,
DictE's holding company, for J,500. It
fronts TO feet on Harney street nnd Is 152
Crelghton Alumni Sinner Annual din
ner nnd election of officers of the Crclgh
ton University Alumni association will
take placo In tho rathskeller -of the llen
nhaw Saturday evening, November SO,, at
S o'clock. Tho varsity foot ball team and
, Coach Miller wilt be present. Those who
iliave received no notification of the dtn
'Vner arc requested to notify Dean Paul
Martin of lie Crelghton Law school.
Wfs Preliminary of the annual oratorical
fM contest at Crelghton university will be
r held in the college reading rooms Tues
day nnd Wednesday of this week. If a
large number of the speakers qualify a
second or eliminating contest will be held,
Ijtit otherwise those qualifying will enter
the finals. Those vho will speak on
Tuesday nnd Wednesday axe the' writers
of the best orations submitted last Mon
day. Indian Missionary to Speak The Rev.
H. K. Isaacson, for twenty years Lu
theran missionary to India,. wlth main
elation "nt Samalcot, is viltlng In Omaha
for a few days. lie will preach in Swed
ish In the Immanucl Lutheran church.
Nineteenth and Cas, tonight at S o'clock.
Mr. Isaacson Is head of a high school
with 600 students, ?n Institution which
has won tho highest respect of the na
tive high and low caste people of his dis
trict, lie Is a very able Sanskrit scholar,
aside from his lntlmutc knowledge of the
local Indian language.
when I want to make a delicious
cranberry pic, pudding, sauce or
jelly they are far better than
ordinary cranberries sold in bulk
from barrels and I cangetthem
any day in the year,"
You, too, will prefer
They are the finest of Cape Cod"
Berries, picked when ripest and best
and full of flavor. Soak them in
water and you have the most delicious
tart, juicy berries imaginable. Never
, a poor one no waste, nq washing
' thoroughly sterilized before being
evaporated packed in a clean sealed
package and they wilf keep ittdefi
' tiilely without losing Jlavbr or goodness.
Ask your grocer today for Make
peace Evaporated Cranberries.
Cooking receipts Iniide the package jutt iol.
low direction! then it you don't aaytheyara
better than any cranberries you ever bought
fmply take them back to tlie dealer and hi.
will cheerfully refund your ranner. Compari
son U the real tett. You be the judge.
la the onlilily event of your dlr
not hsTinr Makepeaca ETt.porc.todi CreB
IxtTiot, toll him ta sat them for you from
A. D. MAKEPEACE CO.
Wareham (on Cap Cod), Maaa.
CAMPBELL & WEST
Distributors, - Omaha
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
Enlivening Activities of Nearby
BUSY TIMES IN STATE NORMALS
Mnsli-nt. llrniiintle. Orntorli-at nnd
Oilier s fluid I ) rrolnn In trr
OulleKlntr Debute lletvreeii
The Health and Kfflciency club of the
State Normal school. Peru, Neb., wan
addressed Monday morning by Prof.
Hayes on the subject, "Medical Inspec
tion of Iubllc Schools"
Tuesday morning chapi I exeioles con-
f.sted of a short program by Messrs.
Birrh nnd Knnls. evangelists, who are
holding a series of meetings nt the Pres
b If i Ian church In Auburn. Mr. Knnls
sung two tenor solos nnd Mr. Birch, who
Is a former member of the United States
Arsenal band, gave a very fine exhibition
of cornet playing.
Miss Mutr of the art department has
pleased the members of the Fortnightly
Art club by decorating their club pro
grams with a water color sketch of tho
..lie river, the delta being a representa
tion of a lotus flower.
Friday the normal entertained a foot
club from Omaha university. The chapel
rally was addressed by Prof. Whltenaek.
The yell trader, John Wear, succeeded In
getting his. audience to yell in very exact
time, a feat which he accomplished much
better than has hitherto been done at
The Omaha foot ball boys Includes 'in
Its membership H. S. Ulsbrow, who has
a remarkably fine baritone voice. The
young man was kind enough to sing for
the Bverett society nnd delighted the
students with anInformal recital of solos
rrom the "Messiah," which he gave in
KEAI1XKV STATE NORMAL.
KnllvenlnK DlTemlona From
On Monday mornlnn;, November 1$, the
Model school furnished a musical pro
gram at chapel. The procram was con
ducted by Mrs. Stendman and the prac
tice teachers or the various grades.
Twelve numbers were pleafiliiRly ren
dered by the"se schools and Illustrated
the progress of the work. In music
through the grades.
The- annual senior "stunt" occurred
Thursday morning, November 21. The
stage was arranged to represent a rail
way trnln which was supposed to be
passing from Grand Island to Kearney,
picking up students and passengers on
the way. Many very pleasing stunts
were given. The wreck of the train
and the hospital scene following was
repiesented ns a "take-off" on th"
Junlot-H, a friendly rivalry having existed
between the two classes. Tho entlrt
chnpel period was given over to the
nenlor exercises, which were under the
dii'Ction of the senior president, Ilay
Miss Florence Waugli. member of tin
.Slate Library board, was a pleasant
visitor at the normal Thursday morn-
I Ine. Miss Waugh spent t-ome time In
the library and In inspecting the bulld-
I I hi.'.
' The ladles of Hope I.odge, Misses
flardner, UoMc, O'Counell and Garrett,
Kept open house Friday afternoon from
4 until 6 o'clock for the students. These
Informal receptions me becoming popular
I with the students and form a means of
closer contact between the members
, of the faculty and the student body In
1 l'res'dent Thomas hpoke at the I'nlted
I Uiethteti church Friday afternoon on
the' "Social Problems of America." Tills
Is one of a series of addresses being
I given In the city during the week or
mlsMoiis The "rtuee Problem," "Itural
Life" and "Immigrants" are among the
subjects discussed at this i-erles of meet
Ir.rx. itF.MiiNr c(ii,i.i:iK.
Uritiuutlf anil Mualvnl Kentures or
tlie Week'a M'tirk.
An tiuuiiua'. ttest was slven last week
when Mr. Phldelah Klce of the Leland
J Ho'.vera- Kchmd of Kxpl elon in lloston
v'slted the collejje and gave a i-Hdlms,
the first act uf the play "David Gar-
l rick," which has t'.ie distinction of be
ing the first play given -In that form. It
v.as originally presented by Iceland Pow
ers lilmre!f. Mr. Kite is u master of his
art and created such a storm of upplaiii-u
that, he gave a ithort encote "If 1 Had
Tme," by Perkins. He !s a classmate
of Prof, italph K. Graham of th expres
sion department of the college.
li. P. Al'.br'ght of Ued Cloud, while
pasrtng through Fremont on his way
to the northc-tr. part of the ntatf. stopped
to tushe a flying v'slt to the college, Mr.
Allbrlght !s out of the state bank ev
il miner and 311 old ft lend Qt the Yelser
A. L. Novak of Burwell. Neb.. Visited
the college thW weeV. Mr. Novak Is o
cotr.meivial sradt'.atv of 1K0 and expecu
to rct'-rr. soon te complete he ucleiitlfle
coi'ree, Tie It in senorst 'iieichundlae
liu!r.eis (n Burwell.
Prof, flivlhart of the violin department
rendered a aolii in chapel Friday morning,
iLiotr.panled l" M!s KutU Cheney, Mr.
! H hart preceded Ids pe'fcmance by
reading a clever parody on the violin.
The Teacher' class jrBVo a good pro
giam onemornlng last week. The ad.
dresi by M'ii Myrtle Milllgr.n, piesldeia
of the clear was short and pithy, uml
tl.e claei. -throi-gV- 'ti work, clearly 11-
".U'tratfd ihe two main piecepts an
l bounced by her: viz.. that they all "pull I
oe'.'-er." Ueadlrgs of a wialy diverse '
ntttvre were given by Mud Parka anil1
I-oeVe end the pror.'.R' tor.l'yded Ith
a rcurlca". ni mbe-. Prt f. H. M. hnton
hss chr.rge of tli! dim.
HKI.LCVUK l Old.KGK.
llrlef Mention tlie Week's
The students of Bellevue collcjje were
entertained by an address by Prof.
SeluneSdel on Friday morning. Prof.
He hmeldeJ.wlto was onu of thbSe present
at the opening of Itit-f university of
Hoi.ftLH. Tet.. (tar'.i e Tfeplembe". )ave
an Intcruhtliiar account or :ux trip and
some of 'he fafts 'n regard in 'he found.
, lriK of this sreat suliool, wli h has an
I endowment of JW.0W.tO0, and promUes to
b to the south what Harvard Is to the
! The Mooters club under the leadership
i of Archlw K terns held a rousing rally In
tbe college chapel on Thursday evening, '
In prepcration for tie Ians game, which
w p!syel last Sn-x!.sy. Coach 1 folate
am' ir!ou memberi o' t-r team were
ca"i on for speeches. The foot ball sea
son Is now computed and althoucli not
entirely saooM fro a a -tandjuint of
scores, the hard luck which has beset the i
team In the form of Injuries to the men
has been largely blamed, nnd the fighting
spirit which has enabled the torn- t.i
make cmlltHble showings ngulnft the'
heavier teams which have been on the
schedule has won the condemnation of !
mini wie milium ami suiiieuts
Prof. Oeorge Hamilton wus iitmnl
mously elected by the student lody to
deliver n lecture from the chapel plat
form on the ltalknn war. Prof Hamilton
will deliver his lecture son, lime the first
of the weok.
Work nn the fitundntfoti of (he new
gymnasium is nearly completed. The
forms witf be ttkken down fiom the bu
slice of the wnll mid the minor details
of the work Completed sometime this
Thnnktgtvlng vacation begins Wednes
tin v. November 3. mid toliool will begin
again on Wednesday. December 1.
t'H AOHON STATU Mill M t.
Addition to Seluiol lliirollmenl nnd
The enrollment Is still Increasing. M'bs
Itnoke of rage Neb., enrolled last Mon
day, and Miss Julie, Corrlgnn of Atkin
son. Neb., enrolled 111 the business de
partment the snine day. John Hennett
of Lincoln Is now n member of the ad
vanced history class lit American na
tionalism. Tho students of the science classes
have been much Interested In I lotto's
electrical machine that has been on
the demonstration table the last week
or more. Tuesday of last week tho chem
istry class took a shock.
Tuesday morning the Youii(r Women's
Christian association held their first
meeting. The'constltutlon was read and
adopted and all who wished to Join
signed their names.
Rev. C. li. Stephens read the lesson
Wednesday morning. Mr. Drown, the
singing evangelist of the Baptist church,
rendered two solos vhlch were much en
Joyed, Miss Amy Leigh Paine, the new teacher
for the mathematics department, took
charge Monday morning.
The A. l' P. Boclety met Friday at 1
o'clock in Mlsa Copelnnd's studio. A
piano duet wm rendered by the Misses
Noruh and Kathleen O'Mnra, followed
by a talk by Dean Stockdale, 'who gave
a very Interesting report of tho State
Teachers' association. lie brought to the
girls tho thema of the association,, which
was "Economy nnd Kfflciency In Educa
tion," by quoting from some of the chief
speakers. He also gave an account of
tho Montessorl system of teaching at
The Dramatic club held a very Inter
esting meeting iln the chapel Monday aft
ernoon, November IS, in the presence of
the same money,
a number of the faculty, honorary mem
bers and other visitors.
(irnml Utnmt toltem-.
uu K. King, who tanetl at left
forward last venr, was tiivtnlmoul
s In this esr'
The new (ivmnaslum should be om
pbtetl In nt least two weeks. The tnic
turu prosents a creditable nppeornitee and
one of which the enllee can b JuMH
A meetllic; Of th- varsity hsxftet 'm'
players of last year was held l'lld'i'
moriilns. The puipose of the meetl'tc
wits to select stilts and to elet a enpt-tl '
T'rcpal Mien are under way for tn '
roth rcMi.-ntton In honor of the wl-i-i
iitg of tin- Intercollegiate foot Itall ehrtiti
piotishlp. Weslcyan's tefusal In sched
ule a mm" with Omul llMid e'lmlniit -
ni'V claim (hex- might ltae. Grand
Istatid pla.rd more Karnes wlf' slat--teams
than did Wmlixnn.
On Wednetdav about seveul o' t' c
voting men of the eollece tallied In tl"
Young Men'- Christian association paradr
under the leadership of Seci-ctarv ltrh
nnd local pushers. Leadln the pnrmV
were the font ball men bearing- a batliu
on wbl'-h wns painted, "Ne'trn'kn Inter
co,k'ite Footbalt t'liamploii.'' l'o'low
lug them route the rest of the oung men
tome r.t'lred In n novel wnv.
When you have a ban ewt you wan!
the best medicine obtainable so as tn
cure It with ns little delay as possible
Here Is a druggists' opinion: "I have
sold ChamberlalnRs fongh Hemedy fo
fifteen years." says Knos Lollar of Sara,
toga, Ind "nnd consider It the best on
the market." For sain by all dealers
POLICE BEAT SHERIFF'S
MEN IN MAKING RAIDS
The iiitdlug siiuad of the police de
partment defeated the sheriffs team last
night In the Third ward by the score
of six to nothing. Tho police were able
to hit almost nt will and scored neatly
all of their runs In the early Innings,
The batteries for the police were: Ser
geants Mndseu, Siguart, HusscD and l'.
tectlves Murphy. Klch, Fleming, Me
Donald nnd Fisk.
The sheriff's men showed poor fmm.
Although they were nt bat lit every lit
nlng, nbt one reached second base, al
though once a fielder's cholco gave them
All of tho scores chalked up by the
police were made on negro resortn. Ono
score was tho Walter Hell placo at 121S
Davenport street, where mi opium lay
out and several smokers wero arrested.
A Ilrenk for I.lbertr ,
from stomach, liver nnd kidney trouble
Is mado when a 2ie box of Dr. King's 1
New Life Pills Is bought? Why suffer
For sale by Denton Drug Co. Advertise-
ate and enjoyed WASHINGTON CRISPS, the delicious toasted corn flakes
the most delicious cereal
191 1. This means that fully seven million families of the national descendants ot
the " Father of his Country " were helped (to solve the problem of the high cost of living,
because Washington Crisps is
delicate and toothsome food, liked
cereal food sold in America.
Washington Crisps are made from the finest white corn grown in the celebrated Corn Belt of the United
States, with pure cane sugar and salt added. They are thoroughly steam cooked, toasted, delicately crisp,
and are all ready to serve, Every package bears the unqualified GUARANTEE of the manufacturers
that every ingredient in
X C I T A S Y IN TASTXJ MW
Is of as high quality as the ingredients used in the manufacture of cereal foods of ANY other make, REGARDLESS
OP THE COST; and the further GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps are made under tho MOST PERFECT
SANITARY CONDITIONS POSSIBLE TO CREATE, IN MILLS THAT ARE SPOTLESSLY CLEAN, AND
BY HIGH CLASS SKILLED WORKMEN. Washington CriBps, during all the processes of manufacture, from
flaking to packing, never touch human hands everything is done by automatic machinery. W'&tf'tiftpiaeli'
The fact that tho aco.ooo retail 1 Grocersin America are suonlvintr.
and cordially recommending l'WQgMHra'3aQ Washington Crisps, which the
Grocers know are the SUPREME HHLIHHHI quality of toasted corn flakes in
America, proves that the Grocers
the HIGH cost of living. Wash
the HIGH cost of living, so far as
merchant and consumer instantly
sales of SUPREME quality Wash
millions of Americans. Every
REALLY wants to REDUCE
should support, by their patron,
mills which give MORE pure
Handsomest Food Package la Amerteat Two aupcib
to decorate your M Dea" or Urujf i eea.
"First in the HOMES of his
its Way bp service
L. C. Smith & Bros.
(IttU BeattneLene M'miMcJ
In buying a typewriter you want a
latitlactory aniwer lo three quet'on:
What Wi do for me P
llob) Well tclll It do It?
ioW long do It?
By anweting iheje queries with the
need of ihe typewriter owner andutet
in mtnil, the L. C. Smith cc Bros. Type
writer Company lias attained the front
rank in the typewriter field.
Some p-ople think that a (itirri(trMa rvt
vritf and that it all their it to it. Mail.mtt
may took alike but there It a lot oi dideienca
The new MoJtl Fite it built no! onlr for
t'raigfit correponltmce but f?r labulatvri, bill
inf and in (act lor etety imirt needed in lh
av;t age buiineta.
Ill liall bfarinet at all pointt rhef (nrtion do
elopea thtoueh action, pennit elotpadjuttment
and ininte correct and accurale trpewtitina.
Wl laUMl tkt tthrtunitv f U fu
mar tut it.
Writ fvrfrti fa4 ( ttr ntw Mtit) Fivt,
L. C. SMITH & BROS.
Head Oflirefof Dometlic and Foreign Butmeti
SYltACyUSI N. Y U. b. A.
RrancKil It V Princijmt Cilill
1310 Faruam Bt..
a'crslNtciit Advertising .s tlie lload in
food in , all the world durinc the last nine months of
a wholesome, nutritious, healthful, and, at the same time,
by every man, woman and child and yet it is the most economical
poruajuol GEORGE VMSUINGTON eaercrr
WASHINGTON CRISPS aro
SUPREME quality of Toasted Corn Flakes, in
Boom S3 Douglas Block
Arttatlo Rapalrinr of fltrlngad
Iiarga Aieortutent of Old
tiijh cost of living
ro cKniAfc Food
are glad to help the public reduce
ington Crisps cut off one-third of
cereal food is concerned, and both
recognized this hence our big
ington Crisps to millions and
tamily in America,
THE HIGH COST OP
age and influence, PURE food
food of SUPREME quality, for
package, (a e!or, baadacme eoou -h to frame, or ue
Arc on Sale Daily
via the C. C& N. W. Ry.
to Floridn, Cuba,
Mobile nnd the
trains of the
Northwestern Railway between Omaha
and Chicago connect at the latter city
with all lines to the South and South
east, forming a passenger service that
cannot be surpassed.
Through railway and attaintup llehttt
arm mtto en tnU to th Mtdlttrrantah,
th Hly Land and ta all Earoptan citii:
Sleeping car reservations and reservations of
space on steamships to points named above
Riven prompt and careful attention.
Train Leave Omnhn for Chicago
7i40. m. (1:00 p.m. 8:50 p.m.
12:05 p.m. 0i3S p. m. 12.45 a.m.
7iSS p. m. All Dally
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