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TIIE BFX: OiLUIA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 30. 10W. p. un NEWS CUT COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS !Tn-Cornered - 1 Ficrht for County 'oi DECEMBER no General Fund Balance Appropriated j for Severs! Purposes. tin wjj l w 1 rtj e. sat Board Chairman I 2 t e ; 1 , 1 I I V 3 4 10 II 5 6 7 8 9 IZ 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 '20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3031 avn Uout Irtnt It. I . T. Swiv.Hla J irtiX'.ad Acocnatant. j iixhttus; fixture. Sioress-Sraadsn Co. n-niharft, Tlinturr&Liiir. : s f .1 A Far:ian. . , 1 S.pkata. removed UM' I. A Howard. L-uatnn- in mtnM Jta. 1. Doug. 11.1. , aq,tu.a:iie life fo I idee gilt drafts at . muturliy. H. D. ly. miuar, orr.ana. "Try tla lira fnr iTu;l.'' Naura...! Fuel Cn.. 1111 Farnum At- Both Diliines. ! i4JC national lUfe Xnonxanae Co UOS.ine citv purchased the outh half It 9- X uia.: y, fcji.lowment. Life. Tim Poi.cles. J 1 iurii!. . EL'AJi. (kmiini jnL Onuaa. ! ill tora W tu Sara 11 follow a f.x(t. lfln.ia yaa af saviru u much w-fcit. or month. Sw Nbrakj iVir.a ill Lu&a Eaant of Traila Il.ila;. runaral aaT Taodat T. iarta Th I ir.nral of Thdcra 9. Lawin !a U b.i held 'lhtirwiay fmmin from tho T rst Pra bycanan clHifili. Rev. E. H. Jnk. paator, U1 orficial'. T!i burial la to ba la Format Lawn cmnatery. rmial Acpaal la Xata Caaa An appeal la filed in dlauict court by tiia adu Ba.iim ieiuiua oa tlin amiun of th Board of lrv and Poiiee Commissioner in gruni lr a Unenea to uia Meta Brothers Brew ing company. Th action waa expected. Ii had bean agreed by tha attorneys for partita coimerned Uiat the board anould Itrant th license. l-t jn appeal b txaen and then Ule aeaimn tiirhl out In tha eonria. It wsil not be heard fur some time, havuiir beau docketed la due order and tbMr-i are tile uauai number of caaaa aiieiMi. Oacoravtox Xnranta lmo Co A.loiiiii K.ohn,. North. Twcnty-r.rai atruet. la a ducuraiur, but ha haa Juat ra celved a pa;enc from Wadblnc'un on a raokf eonaumer he Invented. The devlaa ha haa turned over to the Union Paoiflo miiup for thorourfii teat. Tha young man waa born and reared la Hungary aad he aaya ha thought when getting hia educa tion that ha would be a maahanlo, but ftar coming to the United 3;atea took up holly different Una of work. But ha m m never loat hla love for mechanics and thia la how ba came to study out hla amoks la 01 r- consumer. TV ft Will Stay by Rooseveltism Senator Elmer J. Burkett earne to Omaha to attend the wtnaap of tha Ne braska Bar aaaociatloiL Ha hesitated somewhat about giving out an Interview for the publlB. "Congrsaa and tile American people at thla time are rBtareatadr In tha eomtng spetilal meaaagA of President Taft," ha aalct "Hia general measaga of recant date emphasise! tha tact that tha naw chief executive will stick to tha policies of former Prsaident Roosevelt "Congreae haa many Important meaa urea pending, but with tha tariff bill off I our hands thera la greater enthulaMm evtilent for amaller matters. Sniutur ' AloXeh haa been, eclrrrng up aome talk on money "ri'ftfrm Vnicn may bear fruit In the national congreae." Senator Burkett tooar luncheon at tha Roma Wi'.rtneaday noon with Poetmaater 1 B. T. Thomas. Ha spent only a few mo ments at tha bar association meetings. Other notable arrival ror the conven ' tlon were tha aeven Judges of the state supreme court. Chief JueUce It. B. Rueee I. and Judgna J. B. Bar nee, W. B. Roee. J. C. Root, J. R. Dean, Jacob Fawcett and J. B. Letton. A Cruel Mistake la to neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King's New Dtacwvary cures them and" prevents ot.naumptlon. S0o and ILJO. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Do You Own Your Own Business? Does tile woman who os 1 your goods to whom, you retlly sell your goods know that they or 'our goods ? Are you at the mercy of the slightest market fluctuations ? Would it be worth any thing to you to have buy ers asking for your goods in the same way they ask for Ivory Soap ? Do you know the im portant part which Ths Ladies' Home Journal, has taken in building up preference" for certain fcranda of goods ? If your product has es ceUence, why shouldn't you get the credit for it ? Do you? Do you know that thera Is a method of merchan dizing by which all these questions can be answered - to your satisfaction ? Will you let as explain? The Curtis Publishing Compiriy Philadelphia VesaVark Ckicaaw Tk nrsnletiea er THI LAOrSS' BOMB JCL'kNaL 1a ewa the (.jacaee eoeua. meS menrn. The earn force each save anatea TBI ICO NaL aaieue areuia. taw. ttave, ai Am am urn, sue It aa aa- MOTOE CA2 102. OFFICIAL ITSES ! Vtrip, Ca.arll aad taflim to H a B-aalae' Weaj la Walra ta SVwrry bout ea Paaile Bwelneee. Tim city minHl pnicfMM t spnropr'ate wDHci-nr money is likely to be left In th aneral find at the clone of tha yar fur vnrtoua purposes at it last meeting Cf)mT,frn tr for tn ur.p ,r, !ni(tr,.riMi to trim any unexpended balance in 'he f:md 'he follow- !ni, ,muunia fnr the purposes namd : To purchase Iho north half of the lot an "Vlrh ttlii Crcho now stanils. ItiiOO. Whn sumed an inilenrpdnnsa of tins jmmmt a.in han bof-n paylnaj Interwit on mmc, The wl'0l lot la to ubpiI for thfl rTtion of I a fir nan honae lafr. To purchase an automobile for th use of th" mayor, elty engineer and eounctl mrn. The mauhlne la to be used for pubi'c huKimas. To InMtail electric Hpvjttors in city hall. C.fWO. To rwcnnstmrt plumbing In city hall. CH. Ti Install a revilv'ng door in main en trance of nity hail. tnv. Ail the resolutlone providing for the set ting axide of money were paeeed bv unanl mtus vote eacppt that for eloctr'c elevators in th oity hail. On this Br' cures and Schroeder voted no. 9 Llwkting Dtatricta. rity Attorney Biirnam advlad the coun cil that under the city charter it cannot en a tn liuhttng diatrldta anil SHSess the coat of lights therein a4a.net the abutting prop erty. The opinion wne In anewer to a request from tha council made at tile time tha Commercial club delegation pleaded for a mora modern ayitom of Hunting the streets in tha business district. The council paaeed tile ordinance carry ing a new three-year agreement with the Omaha Electric Light and Power com pany In the terms heretofjrs outlined at length in The Bea. When the new fire and poiico aiarm contract had been amended to provide for a K0.J00 bund from the Nebraska Tele phone aompany for tha faithful perform ance of contract it waa passed. The bond waa at onca forthcoming and wu promptly approved. Bids fur printing and stationery, coal and general supplies required by tha city de- j partmenta for tha coming year were opened 1 and read. They were referred for tabula- 1 tlon to a special committee consisting Johnson. Hummel and Berks. Tha mayor named Otto Bauman. P. J. Tebbena and D. S. Prail aa appraisers for the new northwest boulevard and tne coun cil! confirmed the appointmenta. auiatr Cawiifleaitlaai Cooaiaar. Councilman Kugel introduced a resolu tion, which waa adopted, directing tile Ju diciary committee to conalder tne advisa bility of having Las oity ordinances revised and codified. Fermiaaiua was granted tha street cum miasiuner to purchase twenty-fiva KU of naw brtxuna for the atxaat sweeping ma chines. I king for the Cm receipt of a petition grading of South Sixteenth street, from Huacall street' to the south city limits. Councilman Bridges made an effort to ha.va aufflcianx money s-i aside at onca. Assistant City Attorney Rule held that this could nut be dona under existing cir cumstances and tha petition will take tha , usual course. I Tha council decided to ak the trustees ! of Dundee and the Douglas county cum mlsaloners tu help pay the fT.ZT to be allowed aa damages because of the con struction at the proposed Dodge street via duct. The council will meet at 9 o'clock next Monday morning to take up the appor tionment of fund fur the coming year. City's Cjk BuLiu.ee. City Comptroller Luueck suomittd tha following report oa city funds; Cash In drawer Checks for deposit Baauee- in banns, city fun1 First .National J1J.1B.j6 Merchants Nauona. 4A).jb7.!7 Nebraska National 71,I17.1I Omaha National .. JUL.,"lJa U. d. National A&.lt4.7i ICountze Broa.. N. X 4lt.U7n.75 4.US5.S1 City National 7u,.'i 9ikl.S14.73 sail on I fundi First National Merchants Naiiunua.. umaha National U. S. National Kountza Bnis.. N. T. Police relief fund Merchants National.. S. National Special fund F'rst Nauunal Merchants National.. Orr.ana National. LT. d. National .1 tK.SO.M . V3 bi.M 74.StiS 4U2. 3rT,30L74 ...S Z.742.;)8 ... tJSo.31 .. I ta.MO.M ... 3b.UlKl.iM ... 4tl.UUU.tiO ... HS.UMU.0U 4.i2S.2 lt..00 Total .-. fLJttt.tiii.lM HITCHCOCK QN CONSERVATION AT REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE teya BauUiastea RrprMc.ti Weeterm rV Idea of HeUln Land mm Pta aaiex Eaataraer' of Savtatf. "Whether tha public domain shall he dis sipated or whether It shall be conserved, la the real question at iaaue between Pln chot and Ballinger." aaid Congressman Hitohciick tn addrensing the Real Catata exchange. "Bailinifrr haa tha westerners' Idea that the public domain should be jlvun out tn private parties and be made to yield its resources, while Plntthot haa he easterners' Idea. that the public domain should be conserved a pubila property and made to yield returns to the general government. It la a emf between two diverse opinions and will not be settled for some years. j "When the west was being settled the 1 government did all in Its power to Induce people to move west and build homes. Tt gave Inrge tracts of 'and to railroads and other entarprtsea. It gave the land to settlers. In Alaska, however. It is a dif ferent propo-ttlun. Alaska waa bought as an Investment for tr.jOt'loa, but it turns out tu ba worth billion. It was a real es tate transaction, and that ta probably iha reasun I tin talking to tha Real Estate ex change on the subject. "It seems to me that the government a position In Alaska la difTsrsnt from what 't was tn the western part of this coun try. I believe that the wealth, of Alaska should be saved for the general govern ment and out given out for a nominal sum. Land may ba had there for 0 an aura which la worth, hundreds of Jouaands uf dollars a quarter. Countr.ee cC the old world derive immense revenues truii their mines and I believe that the coal and other rich of Alaska shouJl ba suveu to tha government. It la public asset." Jaaaaay Brta-a-Bsm Monday morning, January & we place on sal in out kna-a-brac department ail goods w desire to clnaa out, such aa odd elea trio lam pa, ga lam pa, odd vasea. Ink wails. jardlnierea. fern dlahea, etc., at special price to cioaa regardless ef former pne-e. where piece are lmperrert, they are marked so. xONCAT, JANUARY. 3L UtuX ORCHARX WILHEUS CARPET CD. 3runing Wants it Ajarn and Pickaxd and Bedford Are Out for th.a Place. Jeff W. Bedford wlsne to be alerted chairman of th Board of County Com missi oner. Oupsr J. Plckard would like the Job him- Slf. Fr-d Bruning la a candidate for 1 election. At least two of the thr am gntng to be disappointed, but Bedford la sure It will nut he ha. Plekant haa an Infant con vVtlnn that It w'll not be O. J. Plekard and fml Bruning "Just knows" that the orher two will have to hand him the placa '"' mora. On the atirfaoe V. Is li-vely between the two democrats and the repnh lean who tried up with the i1i"morrts before, and a.ao on tha surface Plckard and Bedford are. tha warmest of frlenda. But underneath it la different. Br'in:ng a term aa chairman expires January 11. Ha will then have had a year aa rhalrman of the board, a position given him In return fur hia turning over tha ap pointment which fall to tha Board of County Commissioners. For the regime of George ijtryker aa custodian of the court houee and the Incumbency of the county hospital superlntendency by O. Frd (Clsaaaer. this denl between Bnimng and Bedford and Plckard !a responsible. Brining has threatened that he will not vote with the other two If not given the chairmanship again. This has worried Bedford and Pli-kard a good deai sep arate y and Jointly. Separately each wishes the chairmanship for himself: col lectively they desire the power to name the Appointees once more. Havcrly, by Law, Becomes Auditor Tliis Deprives County Board of Pasa iar Out tlie Pie Coveted by Many. County Clerk D. It. Haverly will become in law tha auditor of Douglas county whan tha office f county comptroller expiree by statute in a few days. The Board of County Commissioners haa received an opinion from the county at tornev's office declaring that Conntv ' 1 r?lTtritVr.l!a. 9.iim.in rvi.tu. .. n Hla h.uili. and al! records over to Mr. Haverly. An auditing staff must oa appointed to do the work and tha appointment of thia .naff, will 11a with the county clerk. Tha Board of County Commissioners will have the riifht to fix salaries for these new. em ployes. The opinion of tha county attorney's office will grievously disappoint several would-be pie-biters who have been Im portuning Commissioners Bedford. Plck ard and Bruning to be put Into tha shoes of Emmet fi. Solomon. Bruning la declared to ba badly dlaap- pointed at the. news, for It la said ha thought ba would have a chance to help name the man or men. Jeff W. Bedford said lie did not mind. "I am rather glad Haverly will name tha auditing atari." said Bedford, "for the work of tha county commiaaiojuira ought not to be audited by men of our own appointment.'' Shovel the Snow or Pay Penalty First Prosecutions Besrun Against Four Citizens Win Heglect to Clean Walks. The decree of Mayor Dahlman declaring for clean walks bore fruit in the farm of four complaints filed tn police court Wednesday morning. The police was turned loose on snowy Omaha Tuesday under orders to apprehend and bring Into captivity and durance vile every perron who failed to clear hia walks. For well near a month the accumulation has been piling up and in the latter days the original pavements are In some places obscured by a foot of slippery slush and ice. Complaints have been filed against El mer E. Packard. 301 South Twenty-sixth street; John Wakef'.eld. 3UC9 Famam street; A. C. Driehua. JTIB Famam street, and Richard Evans of the City Steam laundry, 309-13 North Eleventh street. RUSH AT STATIONS ENDS Rail! -oaa Officials Haaaltaar Tralae it a Rest Preparatory ta 9a tarda y Ii As an aftermath of the Christmas rush itiera la a deserted appearance about the Burtingtun and Union stations. The travel ing public has settied down for a few days, but Friday and Saturday thera will be the old-time hurry and hustle at the depots. "The week between Christmas and New Tear's Is always a Ju:i one." said an of ficial at Uniun station. People go some where to spend Christmas and then attle I down at sums point until New Tear's day. Trains are coming In here now with empty coaches and there are few passengers waiting In the depot.'' The big drnp tn temperature Tuesday night spelled delay for ail trains. The Overland Limited easthound on tha Union Paiilflc due at midnlirht, did not arrive until nearly T a. m. Illinois Central train No. 5 from Chicago waa five hours lata, and all tralna from the east, north and west are from two to nine hours behind In their running time. 4VOtJICBJIMT. BlaT Jaaeary Speelal Sala. MANUFACTURERS" SAMPLES And Surplus stock of Furniture W announce the beginning of our annual January sample furniture sale, commenc ing Monday morning. January 1, with pre parations made in advance and the de sirability uf linea of gooda secured fur thia sale will, we believe, make this tfhe great- aaf January selling event in the history of our su?naa Enure sample line, dressers ahlffoniers. dressing tables, to ba sold three piece to match or separately. Par lor furniture manufacturers' aural us stuck uf Uir-e-piaca ;uit3S and odd giecea in luuae euaiuon aaat. also In leather. Large sample line leather eeuonaa. rockers, dining room auairs. table, tlarary tab, ate. etc Don't mlea thia woadarfai pur chasing opportunity; you save at least third. Sai start Monday morning, fanuary t ORCHARD A WILHXLaf, 414-UVia aa. Mth St. There ia ao danger of croup resulting seriously tf Chamberlain's Cough aWmrdy s given. HOW WAS GYPSY BABY RILLED Lid Warringr Factions Pull Over Burn ing Stove On It? JTOXAES SAT BABE TUT ED STOVE It So Happens tha t rievew Flarht la. sued That !ajat. Whew Teata Were Cat Do we and Con tents OvertncauMl. George Stevens, 3 years old. son of John Stevens, a member of the gypsy camp at Florencs, died Christmas eve from burns received when a red hut stove fell over on him. Was It the result of a fight that stirred the camp on December 23 or was It an accident of the child's careless play? la tha question now asked by the authorities. On thia night of December a Dr. A. B. Adams of Florence was called to attend tha little sufferer. He was uiid that the little boy was piaytng about the tent that night, when he brushed against the stave and In his efforts to get away from it pulled th light wood header over on himself. The baby's mother, so the physician waa told, was Juat outslda the tent and rushed in to answer hia cries, pulled the stove away barely in time to sava tha little one from death on the spot On that same night there wad, it hap pens, a factional fight, typical of the many which have auanun the gypsy camp at Florence during tha troublous encamp ment of the winter. Tanta wera cut down and many blows exchanged. It has reached official ears that the babe received the fatal burns when in the course of the fight his father's tent waa cut down, overthrow ing the stove and ail that waa wtthin. The babe was buried in Holy Sepulcher oemetery Tuesday afternoon. Not a word of Uia case reached the coroner and there has been no ifejfal Investigation aa yet. CMAHANS GIVE PRIZES FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY SHOW Natloaal Corn Exrei1eai TenFes Ov Backs t Job a Aye tar I' ea st Blair. , John Aye. president of the Wsnhington County f hort Course Corn and Apple show, which will be h-ld at Blair January 1 to i ha been in Omaha completing arrange ments for some of the numerous pnsea to ba offered for the ahow. The association has Borrowed the com racka used at tne National Corn exposi tion in Omaha and several large Omana concerns have given It valuable pr.aea. The Racine Sattiey company gave a new model corn planter. Some of th wealthy farm- era uf Washington county banded together and bought ail the Washington county prise winning cure at the Omaha show and this will be on exhibition. Governor Shallenbergrr will speak at tha show next Thursday. Among some promi nent educators who will lecture are Profs. G. (i Gilbert. L. W. Chae. M. L. Wilson. C. M. Meilck, EL A. Nelson. E. A. Burnett, EL G. Montgomery, C. G. Marshall and J. L Cuupe. The show la unig.ua in that no entry fee is charged in any class, but ail corn en tered become the property of the aaaocuv Uun and will be sold at pubila auction on the last day. THIEF STEALS FOR ART SAXE Tskfs Flat ad aVirl Ha Ikaw Wlaasw Oaa Sl.ll. Laved fraaa 1a taa Thieves who stroll tha streets at night to break In end steal have generally been aradited with baimj materialistic persona. What of a thief wno steals fur art's sake? J. Knox 0'N4I a ratiaui arm oner and painter, SS South, "Fifteenth street, ha told tna police of the robbery of three beautiful photos exposed m a street display case. "If ha loved the girl he ought to have asked her for the picture," was Captain Peter Musty n' a only remark when be learned of tha theft "To steal her picture from a showcase la on ungailaat advan tage which the police department will do Uta beat to avenge." Foe stiff seek there ta nothing better then hamberlaan L.muurnt m THERE are foods for all purposes but1 fraeedla For the brain-energy business men need; the muscle-energy workmen need; the nerve-energy housewives need ; the all round energy school chil dren need. A soda cracker in ap pearance more ttian a soda cracker in goodness, freshness, crispness. Moisture proof packages. At the Theaters 'Wildfire' at tit Krif. With Pauline Hall In the role, made famous by Lillian Russell, "Wildfire." a really clasay comedy, opened a ahort en gagement at the Krug last night. It tells a tale of a widow, left a racing stable by her husband, and the crosa purposes of two seta of lovers. The real bad man of the plot la a sporty gent who tried to bribe the Jockey that rode Wildfire, tha mare owned by the widow and carrying a ton of money tn the big event on tha card. He was thwarted because a stable boy overheard the deal, and told on him. only it took considerable finesse on tha part of the window to carry out her scheme for de feating tha villain. The tragedy Is .hat she thinks' the man she really loves and who really loves her is the ana who tried to put up the Job. But thia la cleared up, and all enda happily. M'.sa Hail is really good tn the widow part, but tha Interest centers mostly around tha stable boy. ilayed by William Archer, the diminutive comedian. This la one of the finest ehar icter. Impersonations being offered now. Archer Is sa sincere, and the anguish of bis one when ha says to tha widow. "O, h j you're ntittln' but a skoit," Is so genuine one doesn't know whether to laugh or cry with him. Other comedy la supplied j by the unnecessarily good deacon, who never saw a horse race, and the very prac tical trainer of Wildfire, who looks after the Interest of tha owner, aa If It were hia own. The whole company Is good. The engagement ends with a matinee to day and a performance this evening. TRUANT HUSBAND IS ARRESTED Mrs. Vstksa Freeman Xlaaeapalta Haa Spaas Arrested la OsaaJta with Another Woasna. "That's tha woman. She a the one who stole my husband." dramatically exclaimed Mrs. Nathan Freeman of Minneapolis at the police station last night as she was taken Into the presence of a woman ar rested in company with Freeman, who is accuse by his wife of abandoning her. Fretmaa was picked up by Officer Don Leahy at 309 North Thirteenth street. Just aa he and the woman were leaving tha house. Mrs. Freeman, who was at Uniun station expecting her huslland to leave town, waa summoned to the police station where she bitterly denounced the woman she charged with having broken up her I home. I Freeman was locked up. but the woman I arrested with him was allowed to go her ! way. Mrs. Freeman announced her inien- tion of appearing against her husband in I police court Wedr.eaday morning. Free man, who ia a tailor, came here from Min- I I I . u'm - www.' -waaiaawaamimwweewaavaw ' J" 11': I I V f 1 V .9 ATklnlV I I i! AoU)l,EDALFLOUg : 1 n n OSCODA NATIONAE BISCUIT COMPANY neapoiia two weeks ago, where, It Is said, he waa in Jail for abusing his wife, but released on her interceaaton. NEW YEAR'S HAS MUCH IN STCRE FOR GIRLS OF Y. W. C A. Oemaatla Seine Kltrhea te Be Oaea ta PafcUe Saeelleat Pre tna Arraasrea- New Tears day will be a busy one at the Taung Women's Christian association. The formal program for the day begins with a musical In the Auditorium at 5.09 o'clock, the domeaUc science kitchen will ba open ta the public from 5 46 to 8.08 o'clock with exhibits for inspection and demonstra tions on plain pastry at s:0D and at T.OB thera will be a formal program of games and fancy dances In tha gymnasium at 7.00, refreshment will ba served on the fifth Ooor by reception eommrttee from :00 to S:00. and the day's doings will alose in time that the friends may attend tha re ception at the Young Men's Christian aa atictiulun In the evening. The program fol lows: Auditorium 5 00 o'alock. Violin Romance from Second Concerto Wleniawskl M1aa Olive Caroenter. Soprano Songs My Heart Rantieggar oirui ol aui 11 - Lena Ellsworth Dale. Quartet flood Night Beloved Plnautl Mrs. Dale. Mrs. Harter, Mr. H. C. Jasson and Mr. Harry Burkley. P'ano Douce Tr-.steaae Schnabei Cxardas MacDowell Mr. Cecil Berryman. Contralto Solo A Threnody Augusta Holmaa Mrs. Lloyd Harter. Violin Elf Dance Splea Soprano A Birthday Woodman Piano Etude en forme de valse St. Saana Quartet Wedding Chorus from Me- luslna Hofmann Mr. Vernon C. Bennett, accompanist In the domestic science kitchen, 5.4S to S:tX o'oloek. Exhibit; Equipment, fall term's work, presorvat on of food. (Jellies. Jams, canning, marmalade) courses of study used in fall term, tabm properly set for dinner a balanced breakfast for one. Its coat, ita food vaiua. Demonstrations by Miss Mar saiet Coffin, instructor in domestia science. Young Women's Christian association. r1a:n Pastry Racelpe, ana cup of flour, four tablespoons full lard, one-quarter teaspoon salt, tour tablespouna Ice water. Demon stration repeated at 7:i o'clock. In Gymnaalum. 7:00 o'clock. Play Feele- j Dodge Bail. 4.30 and 8 00 o'alock claseex agaloat 7:00 o'clock class; masurka, 4:30 ami :ts) o'clock classes, wedlan weaving j dunce. :u a clue class; arch ball, 4: and 3 M o clock classea against 7 :08 o clock class; sylphette polks, 7 uO o'clock ciass: basnet bail. 0:u0 j clock alas against It) o'clock clans. Coming Events Opening midw'nter term of tail masses January 3 to i. 1910. New classes, psycnulogy. Ruv. F. T. Rous. D D.. Tuesday evauings at S IS o'clock: rn tury and vocal expreitslon. M.ss Lillian Fitch, Thursday evening at .15 o'clock. Home nursing and first aid. M ss Nan Dor Key. Thursday venings at s:15 u elocu Business Arithmetic club. M.ss Ethel G Hendee, Monday evenings at 7:16 o'clock studies In Matthew. Mies Theodate W 11 eon, Thursday evenings at 7 IB o'clock. First Number Entertainment Couree Vio lin and drama. 1c readlnaa raital. Miss Luel.a Allen and Miss Lillian Fltoh. I CHARITY CALLS QUADRUPLED Miaa Joata Saye the Bitter Wtstktt Brlag largely Increased a far Help- General Secretary Ida T. Jontx of tha Associated Chart ties, aaya tha calTe fur help are four time what they ware) thla time last year. "We iiava Innumerable .rnila far alothlng, bedding, fuel, food, rent money, medicine and ail sorts of things." says M'ss Jontx. "Of course, tha unprecedented severity of the weather falls with- peeul'ar hard ship on the very poor. Where tha man. la out of work or sickness prevails, poor families have a particularly trying ex perience at such a time aa this. We are abls to relieve moat of the demands at once. In some degree, but tha Associated Charities can dispose to moat excellent ad vantage of enntribuUona. either ef money, clothing or provisions, if charitably dis posed persons will give ua the chance." JAMES IS TOO WELL FILLED m tne Police Caaelaaa a "Jim air tat Hawker," A Haa Leaf Last Caarlay Rum, "Jimmy the Moocher," waa the nam they arrested him under, but he waa dis charged from police court aa tha long loat Charlie Rosa. Thla wandering James, or maybe Char lie, was rambling about the streets with altogether too much liquor In his "system to put up a presentable appearance. Offi cers Murphy and Fahey surrounded th meandering person and took him into cus tody. This errant Charlie Rosa waa dis charged and the police will never know tha mystery that lies behind his Identity. BURGLARS WITH THIRST BUSY sine ef KHSls.rnri Jk Bweldt Entered aad Bottled ad Stole a. The saloon of Koenlffabruegaw Ewoldt, OH Leavenworth street, waa entered this naming through a rear window and several bottles of beer taken. There wa Uttl clue to the identity of the after I o'oiook maraud era. xoTsncxsTS 07 ocnAjr ituii Pnrt. Amea. Ball Madonna Pimioaata. Main Mm O' Italia Iasia Dnue D Uaeova. 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