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SCHOOLS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ComniEvents Cast Their Shadows Before.
TO BE GIVEN
IN PREMIUMS AND DISCOUNTS
1 1 Effort Will Be Made to Turn Them
, Over for Pnblio Gatherings.
legislation WELL BE ASKED
, I'ruptmnl nlll l I'rMMlfil nt l."t
M eh I'll Meeting r Hoard of Kiln
J cnllon and Will llr llrnustht
Tonr eholc of a Beaatl
fnl I, adits' or Oent's Watch
ao-ytar fftua cmh or
bsantlfnl tt of Guaranteed
Table BtlT.r, bsantlfuUy
engraved, Tree with every
IMano o14j '
Extraordinary Holiday Offer
A Beautiful New "Stone" Piano,
Sold the World Over for $325.00-
On Sale During December for
FREE STOOL. FREE SOARF. FREE LIFE INSURANCE.
EXTRAORDINARY OFFER NO. 2
For the first time in our carcer,ve will offer, during December, your choice of any
NEW Piano from the following- world renowned makes at WHOLESALE Prices.
This means a DISCOUNT of from 20 to 30f.f. Remomber, these are not used
Pianos, but BRAND NEW INSTRUMENTS. During December ONLY:
WA Un Saleswomen's On UL
This rloKnt '
lira I olonJnl
romplctft clcY- ij
trie n t r k i) ii- j
f It 13 K with,
nvery V I a it ol
EMERSON, WEBER, McPHAIL,
HARDtVIAN. STEQER & SONS
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
$ ftrt DOWN GETS QUE
I V"' A week pays for it
MORE BARGAINS IN HIGH GRADE PIANOS
$175 (Inylonl Upright . ,$ta5
i& Smith a. NVxtfii Upright $loo
HWir.O KurUmaii Upright . . . .9105
SJWM) .?. & C. Kivrher Upright $205
$35 Htnnn Bon Upright . .$182
$100 Art Stylo UprlRht $18i5
$0(K) Kimlio Upright . .$Ot
$I7 Mohlln UprlRht. .$.1lO
$1,(100 Stcimvny tJrnntl f BOO
$050 88-noto Player . ,$ai)()
Your choice of fe,ny of the premiums shown, given FREE with every piano sold
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
13114313 FARNAM STREET, OMAHA.
11.1 . .
net, finished In all woods, wal
nut. aoX or mahogany, stands
30 Inchot high, a crsdit to any
home, arlran rBBE with every
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
i i i
City Council Flatly Kefutei Police
AGREED TO 'NUMBER OF "MEN
Hoth roller unit Ftrr Chiefs .Muted
llotv- Large I'orcea Would Hi
He for Council Adopteil
I.rt-y for Year.
iii -1 t
That the Hoard of Kire and Police Com
missioners "laid off Al Holeourt. Louie
Bandwlck and George npenrs, the three
veteran members of the fire department,'
whose names were striken, from tile city
payroll, tjy Commissioners; Hyan and PI
venka without the consent of - Mayor
lloctor some weeks ago. before tho coun
II act a limit on '(.tie fire fund, wiu tlm
sense of a resolutlmi fnt'ro'rlu'ct'd by Coun.
rllinan Jny Williams at the meeting of
tbf "city McuJji" lat .nlsht. ..
In the resolution, which tvai adoptfd
DiiHtilmoudly hj-'alt tha inml)ra ot the
council and wblcli tlir clerk wa In
atructcl lo put Into the" permanent mln
titot ot the' Incetink, Councilman VUHnma
"In a, recent UUe of "a" moraine tfaper
tKlre and Tollce CommUalonera Jonn J.
Hyan and. Joteph rtvonku made a state
ment that the city council at tho limit
on tho fire fund atttjr the three, new men
had bfen put to work.
nyan, jnv.onkn. Chief of Police tirlBKf
and ytre Chief McKale met with the ma
iorlty of tlje fire nd wntef coinmlttee
at the cly hall ahortly before the levy
vum made. I!rlf;g ntfreed to run ha de
partment with twenty-four men, Includ
ing Mmlf, aiil MoKale waa to take care
ot the tire department with wnty-fi(
iilon. Includlnc lilmiclf. To thlc loth
j(nh and Plvonka uxreed.
Thla meetlnir waa Held neforo the levy
wad mqde. The limit put on the police
hm well ai the tire fund wat muda ac-
vordlng to thU nsrrtinent This was bo
fore the throe men were prtsaed
Drlnr .on Ylntlnot.
The companies retnlned by th I'nlim
Block Yards and the railroad companion
la iiu,t a vladUfct iicrosn tho trck ut V
street, informed the. council that It would
Into I been applied on part ot the t'nlon I'a-
clflo aystnm and on uther railroads. Ilnll
road mm uny It Is the solution ot the
i-roBs iic urooiem in rnnwnv e rcirs. Tim r n.. - ,r
YastenrV-ns well arf 'the ifo ftire all steel, i Mouth Onu,h-.i lodKo No . 17tl, Mystic
heti tisfd on the regular Mtnndard rails yockPT. ot the .World, will hold their
)t reildora -travelliiff smooth and abso- UBI ,c ociion tins. rVimiht.
Hy. "'J-yo returned from , pleasant A'lstt
with frlnnds in Iowa.
Mind Maud llrunkM In. raiiii-t.n.1 i.
, ;Mty after a pledswnt "rhanksetvlnir with
lululy nolKtjlcss. The cost of the ateel
tlo fuatener . aniounts, to SI more than
a- wood tlx with- the .difference that tho
wood tlo lasts from two to eight yearn
only while the stcol tie lasts from forty
five to fifty yoarsi Where one mile of
railway will take 39,000 wood tho
now contrivance, .will, out the number
down to M.0C0 etwj tlm.
Mr. Klser has been away from South
Omaha for moro than otshteen years
Arter leaving South Omaha he enKBod
In the Denver real estate business, In
Which ho has been very aurcessful. 6ome
Vme nitQ )ic Invosted dn the Shane steel
railway tie and at present Is making
Ihi Impassible to compile tho work by
the required date. Cold weather makea
It almost Impossible to hiatal! the cement
wofk. the. communication atate. and tho
condition of the structural steel market
will necessitate thro months' time before
nh order for tho steel I flllnd.
The ordinance- maUliiB It u misdemeanor
td operato'or Install any kind ot Kam
bllmt devices In the city waa .pawed by
a vnto ot I to J. Councilman' Jack
Walters moved that the ordinance be re
ferred bnck to , tho Judiciary committee
for correction .aj'the. n.iliUtalit .c-jlty- at
torney had Informed; -Mni tlut the ordi
nance was. of no. vatiu. In. Its , present
foim. Councllinan Marlnott said City At uf the "steel tie" among-, the different
turney Murphy. Itfi'd tdld'Milm that the tallroad companies.
ordlnartce was binding nd thero was not j .,, , ; '
, flawV$y Place In tt constrncUou. Rl ta Althpugh tlm state legislature :?wll not
wUhdthe ordinance placedMptho hails Jnloet for ,,, nu)ntll 0.et unt.n'nnxa.
of t;i fire and polled cpiijinls.loner. jtionlsta In the southern part of town arc
saying It was their work tt 'look after jh stirring themselves. A meotlng if the
such ,ffalra. ( llolieinlan Improvement club will be held
Jt wa agreeit to give Mljllur and IKunday, December 8. for the purpose of
Decker the 1150. Judgnient awarded them j organising a demonstration agnlnst nn
against the city In district . ourt for Jnuxatlon. Mayor lloctor admitted yes
damage of'.tholr property vcaused by thejterday that he had been Invited, together!
grading of Worth TWenty-Wond treot. ' with the city council, to attend the me et-
II. a. l'lke was awarded ,fS5,. damages jlug. Mayor lloctor Is not opposed to an
and M, Tanner HJ5 for dannges caused ncxatnn aa auoh. What the mayor wsnta;
their property by the overflow of a sewer ' om adequate provision In the cliar-:
close (o their placetj,bUf4ne8' In thp ter of Omaha whereby the annexed city
vicinity of the city hall! - , wll careil for properly. Jt Is under-
. .. u'l .... c-od that tho legislature will make all
l.ndrr Iirtver..No.HUU. ; proper provision In the eventan aSncxa-
George KUer. who-yaw.ago diove a itlon bl , pnM(di .
laundry wagon In 8outH.Oui.ihH, returned 1 -yesterday
on a bualntKs vjslt from his j -Mnstc City Hi1Imk l.rnRur.
hnms In DeuvVr, wlroi'o ho ha accuinu- , J1''lt's' uoi.U TOlS.
lated a fortune In trn.1 'statA He Is'now i.-i.
lntrrctd In prumotHilt tlo Wa of tl.ejt'hadd
nbntie steel rnllwnv .tle hih! fastener, n ' I'l'IffK11
enntrlvntioe tlml it Is sld will rfliutttitt
- " t-- . - nan i,,,. yt
ll wrecks caused by, sprcadlhg rnlls or
ibroken ties. The Invention lfaa alreAdy Totals .'. sal
Members of the Board of Kducatlon will
attempt to eecure legislation mak'ng !
ejat to hold nelghSnrtinod meetm?." in
school buildings The bill, drafted by tho
attorney upon recommendation of th
board was submitted a a meeting last
night find sort to the Judiciary committor
for approval. It will then be reported
back and arrangements wilt b'Wde for
Us Introduction In the IfgiFlature this
winter The bill provides:
Section 1. It shall txj lawful for tin
Beard of Education of every school dis
trict In a city of the metropolltsn clas
to permit the use of school buildings for
(a) .Such use' shall be within Ihfc ill?
return of said board, and limited for
meeting of Improvement cluhs. lectures,'
musicals, entertainments, readings and,
matters purely educational nd never par
tisan, political, religious or for the pur
pose of exploiting any pa'tlciilar't)eur)r,
propaganda or'' subject upon wllch- th
community lsi divided, oi toy or through
which tho promoters op any of them de
rive an Incomo or profit directly Or .indirectly
(b) The Board of Kducatlon may exact
such rentals h may be nectssary to men
the expense, of such meetings, restore the
property and pay for extra help requlled.
fe) No meeting of any kind shall 'be pw-
hiltted when the buildings are In' use for
fd) The Bosrd of Kducatlon may adopt
1'cMrlctlvn rules and regulations for tho
carrying out of the provisions of thlj
act not Inconsistent herewith.
Notes of the .Mertliiu,
Tuition at the high nchool. Increased
from J'7.50 to las. was reduced tor the
present year to the original amount.
An order for five couches for CastcUaf
school had been duplicated and the sec-
retary waa Instructed to see that pay- i
ment tor the original order or rive no
Property will ho purchased of Hen Wolf
In block t4U for $3,500 for playgrounds.
Thomas H. Kltigerald, assistant Janitor
at the high school, was retired, owing
to physical disability.
Henry Curstens, xx South Forty-sixth
street, asked for an additional school in
that locality, a requeat that ban been
made mahy times by residents recently.
Superintendent draff was Instructed lo
provide for a carryall to take k the ohll.
dren to and fiom school
The salary of K. D. Gepson. truant of
ficer, now 1 1, (GO. may be Increased to
1.SO0 If a resolution Introduced toy Mem-
hfr C i ranter is passed, i ne reso
lution was referred to the teachers' com
mittee. Gepson, In addition to his duties
of truant officer, Is a teacher In the
night,- schools, for wnicn ne receives
Mainber Sears protested against the
payment of a bill of Jira.iKi to the l.eHion
Klcctrlcn) company fur testing tlie iipatlnt
apparatus at the high school. ThlH, St-srs
said was Architect Latener'a buMneas,
The bill was referred to the building.
on, I srounds t'ommlttec for lnvestlKntlnn.
lit was Hated In the report of the build
ings ana grounus cominuiee as lor -wiring
A. C. Knnntdy. Dr. K. Holovtcl'ilner
and Judge W. A. Foster were appointed
a. committee ot three .tp meet with, other
committees from civic associations o
discuss city planning, as proposed ny and
upon tlm lnvltetlop of Mayor Dahlman.
Members Sears and Pouter objected to
the payment of the bill of Er G. Solomon
for IKS for Investigating pollcu poutt
conditions. They said the hoard expected
tho attorney to do it unaided. The bill
IsssssssM I I .asW-WsWM IMP llalsaM
-iBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSl M s w w M m t j mr . - VBlSSSSSSSSSSSSP-
mri mus niiiiMM irsnisna rri 1 1 1
M l I ill
SHOES TO BE SOLD AT
JOFIN A. gU'ANSO.f, Prrm.
Wil. I,. HAI.7.MA.V, Tr..
Mayor in Address
On City Beautiful
The bounl of riiiiallx.itloti 'will meet
next Tuesday mid. Wetlncadav In the
council cluuubor at tho city hall.
Muyor Thomas Hoctor and .Mrs, lloctor
entertained Miss Mario Illohm of Rred
stadt, Schleswlg, Gerniany, at their home
over ThanksgivluK- Mlsa Blohm Is the
niece of Mrs. -Hector, Sho will make her
honiu with relative In -Grand Island.
The. -Willing Workers- of tho First
Christian church will meet at, the home
of Mrs. . J. HnnUe. 3105 J street, on
Wednesday af tcriioon.
We wish to expresn our hearty thanks
to our frltmds who have attended the
funeral of our little nlcc. Allcu In- I Mayor Dahlman and George T. Mortun,
aracn ana lor mo sympamy snown us in ... -.M-nt of the lteal Estate, exchanue. I
our bereavement. We wish to thank the!11".1 . ...":'. I
fol nwlnir lodceti: Shoe mivnvn nntn. were the speakers at tne umana woman s
lest. vf. P. D.: annlet Pavnla Oe;hnvii. ' M,.,.-. I
, T. .D'; apo'et 1'ayala Cechovn. ,HuU Monday afternoon.
8. D. V J.; upolrk Cecil e, S. U. ... .
tuur ot the country lbmotli,fr the use Ja.Voiyi'npIo ub and teachers V Ju'iniM It was all open meeting of the club and
ili.ktiit oiiiiiifi nil nitiyci n tiiiu ill iui nilV I fwaMli 1P hi vimt fn kj i ml a, av u
grandfather; HAHBAlt A 1.A1TNHR,, nltt, and Mrs. , O. Paisley, chair
man of the conservation committee.
Mayor Dahlman read a paper on the
'City Beautiful " He spoke of the plan
ning of a city and the Importance of it
and the ways which Omaha might profit
by the mistakes which older cities have
Themayor called attention to the fact
that .progress was toeing made along these
lines. He said, "Sky scrapers are unde
sirable in' a city for many reauons, first
that they shut out sun light from thp
surroimdlnr buildings and then that they
congest' traffic around- them."
Roots, Barks, Herbs
Carefully seleclttl at the regions of their crctct medicinal
value! are skilfully combined with uther valuable ingredients in
Blakins It, in our opinion, the ttrongcit and fafeet, the mo6t
euccentful, and the most widely useful medicine for the---
Blood, Stomach, Liver and Sidneys
K -contains not only Sarsaparilla, but also those great Altera- '
tlv, Stflljnjrja, and Blue Flag;,thos9 great Antl-BIHous nnd
' UVW remedies, Mandrake and Dandelion ; those great Kidney
Teedie8, Uva-TIrti, Juniper-Herrlea and Plpsissewa; Ihosc. great
StCHTiach Tonic,' Gentian I loot and Wild Cherry Harki and
, other valuable curative agents. It is ot wonderful benefit"
For "Rheumatism, Sciatica, Catarrh, Stomach
Troubles, Kidney and Liver Affections, Scrofula,
Eczema, Skin Diseases, Blood Poisons, Boils,
UMersJM Eruptions, General Debility, Loss of
Appetite, That Tired Feeling, and other Ills
Arising from Impure or low state of the blood. Over 10,000
H Testimonial In Two Years, warrant us in urging YOU to give
Hood'e SawaparilU a trial. Get a bottle TOpAY.
Prepared only by C. I. Mood Co., Lowell, Mass., U. 8. A.
Smith , im ...
K'ruse .......IK 1
1-tirkln ITS lT
Goldeliborg ...... .....157 VJl
ctaybuurne 1M W
Total ,...rt Ml by.'
Ha lull on p 40
I Totalf .,...88 MS
KUf'rn OMAHA ICK
tfrondmother. ULU INDItACEK, ilstr
Stand by Father;
Deny Bla:ok Story
Ook ....,...k 173
IVschek ,A. HI
Tour daughters of , Henry Kelson, 21X17
Marthtt'straet. refused to testify agalit't
their father at his trlsl before Judge
Leslie on -a charge Dt- contributing to
tl;elr delinquency Tho, 'g!rl. were com
mitted, to tho Industrial Home tqr Girls'
aToejuiva by Judge Kennedy. In Juven.lv
co'urj. several weeks ago. fl'hey wcte
brought brtck to testify In the cae ngalust
their, father, whom the state xhurges with
countenancing the things which moved
the Juvenile court Judge to Vqmmlt them
to trie Geneva school.
The girls denied that the'lr father had
any knowledge of their delinquency prior
to the tlmo tho Juvenile officers took
them In ihargn. Thoy testified that ever
slnco thMr mother's death tho father hat
tried t(? ;nake them go In the way they
should. Qrje girl said their father always
was good., tfy tbem. but they were not
good to him oha. they deceived htm. All
the girls denied that' their father and
brother permitted them to drink beer. !
toh alto teetlfled for his father.
S.WI i denying nil the charges. '
Key .to the Siiuatton Bee Advertising.
i rrr-. l .. ' - '
IT'S FINE FOR
A Cht ....Hi 1OT
llHncoek 179 is
H. Ohui-e lb
Martin IQ 155
lloal XI HS
Totals frti im
ii m '
m 53j -
' Jd. Total.
JUS 4T2 ,
IM) 123 J
From Its Moorings
l-'atture ot one to make his life conform I
to primitive Christianity waa depicted In j
an attentlon-CQinmandlug manner yester- .
day afternoon whon Prof. Paul II, arum
Jiiami ot th University of Nebraska. gaVo
his lecture on "Immanuel Quint, or a Fool
tn Christ." tho novel by Gerhart
Hauptmaun. In this work the great Gar
man writer, the author who has had such '
of wretchedness and misery, the author
of "The Weavers," "Tne Sunken Bell"
and "Hannnle" has made his principal
and H streets." report the birth of a girl. I chictcr - Immanuel Quint, tlm Fool In
ills Mary Moore has returned utter a 1 Christ. a wretched, deformed piece of
wen Hon spent with relatlven In Sioux ! humanity who has gone hack to the very
.V -v w v.i.-s w. v. I Primitive. . Ideas of Christianity for his
Foi Sa.e-3ia. sideboard. TlttR uel. for- ....i,,an "
fli SSC N, i-ctli.-Advertlsement. ?" k 4?P v ,
. Miss birUbotli Hayes is lmiovtugl T3 H'.jV " "'.the hjea vt'
...... w.v. v .itv
I week. ,
i Prank. Ulmtk
DUkk. has returned to hla home I
' Shlrle.v Meiiefoe and Morris ()1mii uprut
, the ueek-end with Mr. Olsen's parents
, Sir a Mt. P. J- I-eniitth.in "Jt North
' Twentv Ihlrd street are rrjoinug over
the Ui th or a bo
I Thv Mlest-a 'amei and Tolbcrt of this
of more, than a ' primitive Christianity." said the. speaker! vertlsement
?: i "i ou may dream of the ldafrural life!
nwoj from the oltlcs alul the usmmer- XJTO
riansni, cui mat urrum is loeausiia. 1
Chrlstlanit has drifted from Its primitive i
moorings on account of the great growth
of the world . tlie last tOCO vei
MlUion of Catarrh Victims Kave Used
Booth's RTOKXX with Wosdtrfnl Xesnlts
'Uhls picture shows
the little hard rublxjr '
HYOMKl Inhaler the ex
If you own one yo'i
can get a bottle of HT
OMKl (liquid) for only
It you do not otvnone.
M00 will secure for you
a complete outfit, In
cluding . inhaler And
now you have In your
possession nonie thing
that has banished more
case of catarrh than
ail the catarrh special-.
lsta on earth. 1
Just breathe HY-
OMF.I that's all you
have to do no alomaoh
dosing. The soothing,
healing air passed 6ver
the inflamed membrane,
kills the germs and heals
It la guaranteed tJ
nd the distress of catarrh, cc ghs.
croup and colds, pr money back, Ul.
trlbuted by druggists everywhere I
Booth's HTOMEI (pronounce It High
u-mti Js Australian Kucalyptus and,
other gTand antiseptics. It contains no I
i cocaine pr other Injurious drugs. Ad-
brothor of OffltW Joe
Persistent Advertising is (he Itoad to Snnsit-incr
HUT Itetu-n, ,upUllUK
sk, a inn w bsju. a r jewi ivi i i'k. x
NEW H SOLID
CHICAGO -NEW ORLEANS
ST. LOUIS - NEW ORLEANS
" "The' nevr Panama Limited, Train No. 7, daily, leaves Chicago at 5.00 p.m,
SloulsNo.307)at 6.30 p.m. .arrives at Memphis at 6.00 a.m. and at NewOrleani
at S-oo p.m.; corresponding service northbound, leaving New Orleans at tt.oo a.m
It has electric-lighted equipment, consisting of observation car, sleeping car,
dining car and coaches running solid between Chicago and New Orleans, with
through sleeping car connection out of St. Louis. Additional dally service to
New Orleans out of St. Louis: "The Special," leaving at 1.30 p.m.; "Tho
Limited," leaving at 11.20 p.m.
NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA, WEST INDIES.
'New Orleans the " Winter Capital "charming to visit account of Its delightful climate,
interesting hittorkal French Quarter, beautiful semi-tropical, American section, and its charac
teristic mtnoers and customs. Mrdl Qrai, February 4. igij- , ,
New Orleans Is the port through which to resch Colon, Psnsmo, and Central America via
semi-weekly saltings of the modern ships of the United Fruit Company ; Havana, Cuba, by
weekly sailings of the Southern Pacific steamships; the Hamburg-American " Kronprinseuln
. Cecllle " .two, .weeks' cruises to Jamaica, Panama and Havana, leaving Nrre Orleans
January 13 and February to, 1913.
Ask for free literature and specific information pertaining to any of the above,
and to National Military Park at Vlcksburg. Tickets, reservations and general
information as to fares and specific train time can be obtained of your home
ticket agent, pr. by addressing
'Si NORTH, District Passenger Agent, ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
, . . 407 So. Sixteenth St., Omaha, Neb.
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Thoroughly steam cooked , toasted, dellclousljr crisp, ready to serve. On every
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SPOTLESSLY CLEAN MILLS, by ,hlh-cli workmen. Waahlngton
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I Hih cost of living!
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and both Grocer and Contuacr inttaatly recogolxed this hence our big sales of
SUPREME quality Washington Crisps to millions and millions ot American!.
. Handtomatt Fo-xl PsxVaga In Awarka Two superb portraits of George
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ime cnoogh to frame, or use ucframed,
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ien 1 li
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