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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 11)13.
BEIEF CITY NEWS Saroopbagaa. Willi prepared. Peter Truit Co. Ugntlng rixturea, Baness-Orandan Co. ridallty storage It Van Co. Doug. 151t. Xave Boot Print It Now Beacon PrBS. Profitable Investment Omaha busi ness wants $10,000 to complete exception ally profitable contract. Gate, Ulti mate, best reference. Address O 207. Trust fond and tata administered. Permanency and aUbtlUy is backed by a capital and surplus of JW0.000. Peter Trust Co. Tra&k Mack, violin Instructor, who produced such wonderful reault with his pupils last .year, ha returnee to hi work with a very large enrollment of pupils. Kor Belief Honey The Commercial club has received from Frank Deltre, president of the Platte, 8. t., Commercial club a check for $10 tor the Ralston tor nado sufferers. Bur-Buyer Batata Mr. Newton Var tanlan, manager of the oriental rug department of the Beaton 6 Later com pany store, ha returned from a buying trip in the east. raised VfortUtss Check Walter Sketchly, 617 Seward street, was ar rested, charged with passing worthless checks to the amount of $32 on Joo Hoff man, a saloon keeper. Ninth ani Douglas streets. Sketchly will be given a hearing Monday morning. Buff Buyer Batons Newton Var Klebba, baritone-tenor, will give a re cital at the Young Women's Christian association September 23. He will leave soon for Milan, Italy, where he will pre pare for his operatic debut under Slgnor Derrlel. At the recital he will be ac companied by Miss Esther Frlcke and Miss Rita Thomas. Two Join the Army Frank Jones and Francis B. Olcease, privates, stationed At the local army recruiting office, wcru transfered Friday to different posts. Jones was sent to Des Moines and 01 cease went to Sioux City. Their respec tive Jobs consist mainly of parading back and forth In front of the recruiting sta tion door, In their very nattiest uniforms and bragging about what a fine little institution the army is. SCHOOL AND G0LLEGE WORK Sentiment of Employer Against Vocational Training. EDUCATION AS A WAGE GETTER Shorrlnec of Commercial College Indent in Workshop Doing In Nearby College XflteH. tertained at a 6 o'clock dinner In tho church basement. Dr. Nicholson will be the speaker of the evening meeting held in the University Place church. MKI.LKVUi: COLLEGE. STYLES ON LIVING MODELS Brandeis Stores to Have Big Fall Opening Three Days This Week. STAGE IS MORE ELEVATED I CrotTtla Which Visit the Display Will llBTe Hettcr Opportnnlty to See the flown Than Last Year, B0DY0FSH00N QUIE TO BE SENT TO CHINA The body of Shoon Qule, a M-year-old Chinaman, who died nt a Chinese gro cery store at 113 North Twelfth street Saturday morning In consequence of quitting the opium habit too abruptly, will bo sent to Hong Kong, China, next Thursday for burial. In the meantime local Chinese friends will hold nightly prayer services for the soul of the deceased. Shoon Qule Is said to leave a widow and several children in China. He wa quite well known in Omaha, where he came several year ago. Despite the fact that he wa an Inveterate opium smoker aand spent considerable time indulging his craving for the drug, he was well liked. For this reason services according to Chinese custom will be held for him until tho body Is sent away. ' Qule died at about 6 o'clock Friday morning After having complained of the sleeping Illness, which I common to opium users who have will power enough to deny themselves Indulgence In the tuff. Vocational training In the publlo schools Is not making progress In St. Louis. Not because St Louis Is unwilling to ad vance education along lines practloal and beneficial. The city hesitates because local employer of labor regard special trade training in the school of no prac tical value In the workshop. Last spring School Superintendent Ben Blewett addressed 400 letters to employ er of labor In St. Louis, asking them If they desired that the boys they employed should have a special trade training for the business to whloh they (the em ployers) desired to put them. The replies, summarized In the 8t Louis Republic, "were almost unani mously against any particular training In tha schools." "Give the children general training aB wide a possible," say the employers In effect. "We will attend to the speclat training when they come Into our cm ploy." Commenting on the view of employers, Superintendent Blewett said In a Re public interview: "That a great majority of local em ployer of Juvenile labor seem to foel that our present system of grade school education Is satisfactory and that voca tional training In the grade schools la not lndlspenslble, does not mean the end of vocational training discussion in fit. Louis. "We feel that the subject ha not been fully discussed and its virtues or faults thoroughly proven. "But, until It Is decided that vocational training would be of benefit to the chil dren and to society at large we shall not be In a hurry to adopt It. "On the other hand, until It Is estab lished that vocational training would be Injurious we shall not give up the deepest consideration of It." KEARNEY STATE NORMAL. Kverrthlntc In Readiness for Opening Dnya This Week. Registration of student for the thirty- third year of Dellovue college will occur Monday and Tuesday, September la ana 16. The first chapel service will occur on Wednesday morning, and the convocation 'address will be given by Jame Woo tan on Friday morning. The collego hall have presented a busy scene during the last ten day, all In preparation for tho opening of the col lege. A force of painter, decorator and cleaners hha been at work brightening up the reception rooms and student' quar ter In the various halls. The Bellsvue women, uiiuoi wic .:. - ,j i it,. ....,.,. e h T-. , - .,.... T n-t. U Mfcll rTY, 1 ."I" ,, ...V . . ..... ........ ivepier, ran ' V" .1.1. t.- ei, tt..ln , stage I a huge gold frame from which tho model will be first seen. They will pose for several minutes In this frame and will then step out and walk slowly to a beautiful Impromptu drawing room at one end of tho promenade. From the drawing room they will walk to the attractive summer garden at the other cltlsen of Tekamnh, Inspired by Mrs. Goodwill, Mrs. Nesblt and Mr. Kamblln, hose daughters are student at the col lege, have furnished the mean for the rt decoratlon of Fontenelle hall, the homo of the college girls. Hamilton hall and Clarke hall have both received the atten tion of the painters and decorator. A big fireplace has been built In the Young x-. rt,rl.il.n nlnilnn hmirlnuiirtera cn ' tne promenade, vmKtto uiiii.imu i . ... . .. ill ....I i no young women, wnQ win wrnr uio costumes of over)' kind nnd description aro In the old gym, through the efforts of ex- i ! .I i rtl,. ImnrAvmntnta HnnAr WAV nuitciur. v,.... ....... v.. w -. ,..-,.,.,. . there will make a most attractive home "" ... mr for the association boys. A group 0f f thPln artists of the country. I TlanltMfill Kteti4aa n n iJ t vl l 1 - liillnlf nm.h women hnvt nndor way Dlans for """ the reseating ot the chapel in the near cc" ""' . " ic,oc" J -fit tilt- IV BUVl'l "UIIO iU II1C VflJ UYCI11UKI Physical Director Throw Is on the "u , V . . , ., . . ground and In touch with the. foot ball showing the latest angle and tilt. As Ituatlon. Soveral of, the veterans are "", nlr.mlv nn h "llll ." Coach Throw OX- v. imc .uiiire, nct to build u a team that will give Novr Come " Tnnao. a ood account of Itself In the coming The original extreme tango gown, in contest for the championship of the Ne- correct color and cut 111 eharmeuse, which! braska colleges. I"" caused so mucu. commeni, win mnxo Miss Luella M. Carter, dean of women, a""t umana. vne tango is a ha returned from her summer's work In brilliant mustard yellow ana tne front hn ITnlverMtv of Chloairo. Mrs. Lids. M. slash Is opened above the Knee while the. Churchill returns to her work as libra- Mh behind Is not so high. This dls- rlan after a year' absence spent with her c.oses the chiffon pantaloons of the nam i daughter in Vermont. color which are fastened to the ankle nr. Rnhni pimina returned with his wim uny silver oanas. ine uoaice is SPECIAL CLUB COMMITTEE TO REPORT ON NEW ROAD A a result of the meeting of tho transportation trafflo committee of the Commercial club with C. W. Baker, pro mbter of the Niobrara-Sioux City-Omaha electric Intemrban project, a apeolal committee wa appointed consisting of T. Redmond, I. F. Baxter and R. N. Towl, who, on Friday, met with Mr. Baker and some of his men. . Thl committee of three will report the result of Its Investigation to the general committee on Monday, which will In turn make some kind of a recommenda tion to the executive committee at Its first meeting Tuesday noon. Frightful fain In the stomach, torpid liver, lame back and weak kidneys are toon relieved by Electric Bitters. Guaranteed. 60c. For ale by Usaton Drug Co. Advertisement. JEWELER CAUSES ARREST OF MAN TAKING LOCKET Finn of BInnr Teacher for Fall and Winter Work. Miss Alice Hanthorn, graduate of the hliher course of the State normal chool at Kearney, successful teacher of tho Lincoln city school and popular insti tute Instructor, 1 called to a position as critic teacher In the Kearney State normal. Mis Charlotte Lowe, primary critic !h the normal. Is taking; leave of absence during the present year to puraun her etudle In the Unlverlty of Nebraska. She will return fof the opening of the summer school next June. Miss Marlon Smith, the popular art In structor In the normal, I taking a half year's absence, which time she will spend In Woodstook, N. Y.. getting the autumn tinting and later will take up her work In the art Institute of Philadelphia. Mis Lydta Balgren, director of blologl cal laboratories, take a year leave cf absence to pursue her Studies In science In the University ot Nobraska. Dr. Arthur Carey Fleshman, head of the department ot education of the nor mal, rtcelyed a very flattering call to a similar position In the state normal school at Weat Chester. Pa.f and resigned his position to accept same. Every effort is being made to secure a man of equal ability and preparation to take up tho work In education in the normal. Mia Cora O'Connell, principal of the model high school, Miss Marion Williams head of the department of domestic act ence, and Mis Agnes Knutxen, assistant In kindergarten, spent the summer In Co lumbta school of education, each pur veins advanced work In her department. President Thomas attended a patron and teacher' meeting at Cambridge and addressed the meeting In the evening. President Thomas began hi work In the State of Nebraska twenty-two year ago as principal ot the Cambridge schools, and enjoyed the visit to hi former home and among his former friend. Harry McBride, who rooms at the Btate hotel, was arrested last night upon the complaint of L. A. Borshelm, a Jew eler, at COS South Sixteenth street. Borshelm say he detected McBride In the act of stealing an expensive gold locket set with a diamond. The locket wa taken from McBride and he was held until tha oollce came. jj Resinol stops skin humors RESINOL Ointment and Res inol. Soap utop itching in stantly and quickly restore tho nkin to perfect health, even in severe and stubborn cases of eczemS,rash, ringworm or other tormentinjj.unsightlyeruptions. Resinol easijy clesT away pimples, blackheads, rednts, roughnees and dandruff, Sold by all druggists. PmerTbed hf doetars tar the put 11 . For Mjnplao with foil dtrwxtlea writ U DsjU 1-8. BtiiaoL Baltimore Ui. FREMONT COLLEGE. Various Aotlvltlea of Classes ana Societies. The teachers' class, under the direction of Prof. Bay, presented themselves In body In chapel Monday and conducted exercises. They were cordially received by the other classes, all ot which are organised and starting out In splendid condition for the year. The class was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. I. Ray Wednesday. The Union and Star literary societies opened on their respective evening, Frl day and Saturday, with an unusual pro gram in the way of mUslo and literary exercises. The male quartet under th direction of Prof. John Phillip wa en thuslastlcally received. Miss Agnes Klrkgard ot Scranton, la. ha been a guest at the college for week and went home to return later to specialize In piano. Mrs. A. M, Reynold, head of trie art department, wa pleased to find that she had been awarded the blue ribbon In china painting and also landscape In oil at the agricultural fair. The member of the faculty and stu dent appreciate the return of Miss Julia Krisl a teacher In the observation de partment. Miss Krlsl I a claaato grad uate with several year experience In school supervision. The room has been freshly tinted and her artistlo arrange ment of furnishing presents a most attractive appearance. Mill Charlotte Lake, private stenog rapher ot President Clemmon, left for Chicago and Grand Rapids, where she will spend several weeks visiting. Miss Eva Enamlnger of Ashland ha re sumed her old position and was heartily welcomed by both student and faculty. NEBRASKA WBSLKYAN. Promenade des Toilette et Tableaux Vlvants will be seen at the brilliant open ing at the Brandeis store Monday, Tues day nnd Wednesday of this week. The management has taken particular pain this seaion to make the stage high enough so that Mr. Burkhotder nnd her twelve artlHa modei rrom Niw York rray be een from ahy point on the sec ond floor. A large stage has been erected Do You Realise What a Warner Corset Means? Health plus Ctmfort Warner Fashion Authoritative Corset Style Every Merchant in Town Has a Warner's' what is. more, ho has a new Winner's; tho latest cut of tho smoothest, nicest fabric so strong but pliantly boned that tho corset is only felt for its comfortablo support. If You Have Never Worn a Warner's, why not try one now!' Such genuine comfort you have never known unless your model has boon a AVarnor, since tho Threo corset ossontials aro guaranteed in a Warner Shape, Comfort and Wear Full assortment of Fall Styles found at all stores. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED Not to Rust, Break or Tear 81.00 to S8.00 family Wednesday from an extended visit on the Pacific coast and will preach In tho village church Sunday. Profs. Hamilton, Peters, Cross and Bailey are expected Monday. Drs. Tyler and Mitchell, Dean Nlchol, Prof, Evans and Prof. Schmledel havo been on the ground (or some time looking after the Interest of their several departments. Educational Notes, The total enrollment In the DUbllo and nrlVate schools of St. Louis aDoroxImatea 100,000. Philadelphia DUbllo schools enrolled 175,000 children on the first day and 18,00) were put on half time. Not only father and daughter, but also clafesmattf. J. Turner Horner. 46 year old. and Miss leva. May Horner. 20 years old, were graduated together from Drury college, Missouri, this year and both are expecting to teach this fall. They were members or tne senior class, The revised course of studies for the four-year term of the Wadlelgh High ucnooi For airii, New York city, is cal eulatefi to turn out a Ctrl Qualified to spend her husband's Incoio to the best aavaniage ana xeop an account book that ot the same material an the pantaloons and trimmed with tho same silver trim- ming. The skirt la artistically draped at the hip which gives the full effect nnd Is very narrow at the ankles. One now feature of this evenrng sown Is that there Is no train. In tho eaat where tho new dances are qulto the rage the skirt are of the round length which allow tho dancers to take all the new steps. It will be a season of color and the most delicate shade and combinations are teen. The dbbutanto frock I seen In tho chiffons with marlbou trimmings, while the gown for the society matron are ot brocaded chiffon, eharmeuse and chiffon velvet, trimmed with fur, ot which the Fitch Is the very latest. An other new feature of the evening and afternoon gown Is tho hoop effect nt the hips, and in many of the new gown whale bone I used to hold the ma terial at It proper distance. The new colors are seen In the Hague blue, mahogany and Russian green. Street Bolt Beaatlfal. Btrest suits aro more tautlfu! than Q I. ., rjrm Land ISle AS will come out straight at the end of the ever this tint 11 htl nfU I . . I m"K. .J.' i'ui,"'- m colore. The material are oftr Intelligently on literature, ancient history, ana more clinging; th broadcloth, velour or the newest development In woman sut- de Jalne, pau de cerise and last hut not frage, trim her own hats, appreciate music, furnish her home artlstleall and xeap it xree rrom germs, and play her I'nri in a social way GREAT CROWD GATHERS least, pau de. pache, which id one-ot the most popular materials shown In the east. The Kngllsh translation means skin of tho peach and this material Is Indeed very like it. The coat Is quite long In TO SEE GOWNS ON MODELS 7 nvSTZZ materuT . and collar. The skirt of the street utt is decidedly peg top and narrow at the an kles with the silt ot eight Inches. There 1 no more popular hat worn In Pari orNtwYork than the cubist sailor and these will be seen at the oDenlnc In the millinery department It Is for semi-dress wear. It Is a velvet hat with Employes of Orkln Bros.' store and half a dosen policemen did not take tne trouble to determine whether It was the display of remarkable gowns or the pretty models that wore them last night that caused ah enormous Influx of mere JLy:lJTt! TA n tout distinct corner. are most apparent In the brim. The orig inal hat Is seen with a silk braid band and a small silk ball at tho side and back corners. These are trimmd nUn I crowd was so great that It required the cervices ot a cordon of officer to prc vent possible accidents and Injuries. Early In the evening men began to r.lan. , anJ E I. 7 'd Und f 8"k Ground were alone, and In others they were ac- thB Prftwn. n., M.0,i. , , .t.. companled by companions of the opposite at lna year ,Mn Jn iTlmmlfie b,. ing attached to the brim of the hat and The milling arid rushing was caused by tho public trying to get the good vantage points of the display. SICK WIFE IS EXCUSE GIVEN FOR ROBBERY not to the crown. The cubist rose Is very popular In the east-It Is a square flower In a brilliant red. These are sewed to the brirn of the hat In the Back and, hang down by the stem The hats are In the soft velvets and very few felts are een. Paradise combined with French plumes adorn the handsome evening hats. sltles ot life Is the cause of the theft Of SOME STRANGE WHEAT FIELDS $30 from C. 6. Bchley of Schuyler, ac cording to Frank Htltlges 6f Columbus, In. 1 Diverse and Waatef nl Method of n confession made to the police taat I Seeding-, Cultivating; and night. Harvesting He was arrested by Detectives Fleming and Patanowskl Just as he was leaving A scientific article from French sources the city. With Bchley he engaged a room nd well vouched for Is condensed tor at the Drexel hotel Friday night, and the Literary Digest, showing how a uln- -while Bchley was out for a few minutes, el grain of seed wheat wa made to the Columbus man took ISO and left. yield over eeven hundred thousandfold. The police are Investigating the sick 1 This was done by an Intensive method of Wife story, and If It Is found true, ef- agriculture which would make an Amer fcrts for Judicial clemency will be made. I lean wheat farmer smile, but to which w may yet In some measure b drlvin as land becomes more' valuable and fai ins grow smaller. The Chinese farmer consider our methods of grain' growing wasteful and When Motorcycle Policemen Emery and surd. ' braodCastlng his eed The vast army of land buyors will novor know you have land for salo unless you1 toll them and you oan only toll tho greater share of them through Tho Boo. ItB classified col' umnB, "For Salo LandB" aro road bjr thousands daily, and tho results to ad vertisers in this dopartment aro quink, substantial and highly profitable, for the persons who read these ads aro tho kind who aro able to buy, and who do buy. If you havo land to soil Tho Boo will sell it for you. The Bee Want Ad Department Phono Tyler 1000. Have your engraving done) br na. A draw ing and cut like this would cost you $3.00. Wrlto us for Information and nugReatlons. Bee Engraving1 Dopartment Boo Bldg. Tyler 1000. WW S3? GETS HUFFY WHEN CHAUFFEUR IS ARRESTED ART COURSES The Handicraft Guild School of '.leslgn Handicraft and normal Art Blplom Awarded. Catalog Issued, 89 So. 10th St, Ulaaaapoll. First Mcetlna" of the Faculty Held Friday KrenluK. The first faculty meeting of the year wa held Friday evening, The new fac ulty members were present. Dr. Howard, who takes the place of Dean McProud of the teacher' college; Miss Swan of the French department, Prof. Shirk of the botany department and Prof. Mc C re try ot the conservatory. Extensive repairs are being made on the heating plant. New apparatus baa been received In the various departments. The meeting of the Methodist confer ence will be held in draco church next week. Arrangement are being mad for a great Wesleyan day on Friday, Sp tember 19. The members of the confer ence, numbering nearly 600, will come to T'nlverslty Place In a body and visit the 'university, after which they will be en Wheeler arrested Harold Jensen, chauf feur for T, W. Hacan, a local real es or even drilling It In wherever the drill happens- to hit the soil, the' Chlnamnn tate dealer, the latter, who was In the P"' C?tMlr. prep'"; car, after scoring the officers sieuany for several minutes, said he would file formal charges against them with the commissioners. The officers accused the chaUffeur ot reckless driving and also of operating a machine wlthbut a tall light, as required by an ordinance, seedbed or hill, these hill being aho.it lean farmer with his unlimited land and carclty of help, but they are valuable where It 1 necessary to get the maxi mum yield from a minimum acreage. It Is a system whloh anyone may try If he ha the patience, and which Is full ot suggestion to tho farmer ot ca.-o'oue methods and abundant weeds, Minne apolis Journal, WHY DON'T THE HORSES GO? Motor Povrer Fall to Decrease Their Number or Ueeful-neaa, "The passing of tho horse" was duly announced In the publlo print oven be fore the pleasure automobile wa a pro nounced uccess. A few years later, when motor car became plenty, the horse again had a period of being "passed," and when the motor truck became a yractlclal utility his obituary was once more read Into the "Facts for the a'amlly" section of thousands of dally and weekly papers, nut apparently he dosen't go. In fact, in some ewes mere r ft ft n iirii eisiit tfWSHIR TS f $1.50 to $10 Specials RED-MAN LABEL, $1.50 IROQUOIS " $2.50 Unusual Fit and Service Makers of Red-Man Collars twenty inches apart and arranged lr the f hlm tmlay thttn eVer before Mother or Klstfcteen Children, r am the mother of eighteen children and have tho praise ot doing more work than any young woman ,ln my town, writes Mrs. C, J. Martin, Boone Mill, Va. "I suffered for five years with stom ach trouble and could not eat as much as a bltcult without suffering. I have taken three bottle of Chamberlain' Tablets and am now a well woman and weigh Its pounds. I can eat anything I want to, and as much a I want and feel better than I have at any time in ten year. I refer to any one in noon Mill or vicinity and they will vouch for what I say." For aal at all druggists. Advertisement. The Persistent anft Judicious Use ot Newspaper Advertising la the Road to Uuilnsas Success. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Mrs. Fred Renner and daughter. Elis abeth, of Roseburg. Or., hav; arrived in Omaha to visit wri . y. uj'"- Renner was formerly Miss Elisabeth Miss Helen Hodlne, who will be remem bered as one or mc mnias 01 nuuui m the coronation ball two years ago, has arrived from Chicago to visit her aunt, Mra. E. 1L Packard. 'quincunx" method which orchardtsts adopt. Each plant Is placed In a row opposite the space In tha ,adJolnlng row. Thl leaves the maximum spaco around each plant In every direction The China man then treats each plant as a separate proposition and cares for It accordingly. When the plant Is about ten Inches high It Is surrounded by a score or ao of small stalks and a fringe of root It ts. The Chinese farmer then goe through his field and carefully brings the soil up around the plant. This causes It again to "proliferate" or reproduce and von each of the twenty staws nas mrown on Whether our noblo friend prefers city life to a homo In tho country, or whether our street trafflo Is growing so rapidly that the addition ot thousands of tons capacity of motor trucks barely keeps up with the growth, we lcavo for our readers to decide. It nlll. however, be a surprise to any one who take th trouble to study Into the matter to discover how slowly the horse Is retreotlng from our large cltlos. in Chicago, for Instance, there nre now 72,39 hortes employed, or only 387 less h.n one year afto. in uo.ion mere are I iVinn Inn vaa r n frn. some .core of young stalk..- Thus it re- only miy nor- .... -" 'fffl suit, that from a single grain ot aeed ,aaltImore show, a decrease , of m in many a. 300 or 409 stalks, each beanng seven ; years. -" "", - " . i u : lorn inn.ii ii'i j c i m neaa ot Brain, ""i "vuiovi. - - . ..,. polls naa aciuitujr .... . In English experiments by this method one seed produced In a single season 575,0CX grain of wheat. A FrenoninJti named Belleneux carried It even further. He transplanted the staiKiets mat branched from the mother plant ana In one season secured 710,009 grains from n single seed. A French colonist In Algeria plants his seed In rows thlrty-slx Inches apart und twenty Inches apart In the rows and then cultivates th crop carefully, as wo cui Uvat corn. In this way h secures fiftv bushels of oats and thirty bushels f wheat to the acre, 05 about treble what his neighbors get. These methods may amuse the Amtr- nmrn than ten years ago, It should be noted, however, tnat trie city carriage horse has practically gone; Jn fact, the cartoonists are already pic turing the occasional driving norse a. . curiosity, and ha Is now relegated chiefly to omnibus and funeral work, In a good working horso today Is more than .ten years ago, partly bocausu there is little demand for any but tho beBt qual ity. Thirty years ago thero was some thing like 0,000 horses drawing street cars in this country, now there are only 2, WO. , In most industries .0 radical a change Is usually accompanied by a shift to another, usually a new occupa tion, but In tlio case ot the horso, where will he go when the motor truck and light traction engine como into their own, a they surely will T Popular Mechanics. IleiiuirUiilile Cure of llyaeutcry. "I wes attacked with dysentery about July Kith, and used the doctor's medicine and other remedies with no relief, only getting worse all the time. I was unable to do anything and my weight dropped from 143 to ISC poundit. I suffered foi about two months, when I was advised to use Chamberlain's Colin, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 used two bottles of It und It gave me permanent relief," writes li, W. Hill of Snow Hill, N. C For sale by all druggists, Advertisement. ors or large, showy figures, as no fur nlturu uppeur to advantage when you do. Luruo figures on the wall make the room appear small and offer a poor background for the pictures. New 'ork World. RAHM. F0YE AND CLARKE COUNTRY CLUB DIRECTORS J, li. Rahm, W, J. Foye and F. W. Clarke were elocted to tho Board ot Di rectors of the Omaha Country club for next year at a meeting held last night. Mr. Rahm and Mr. Clarke take the place ot J. P, Magto and 13. H. Sprague. Mr. Foye was a member of tho board this yeur and was re.-clected. Do Von Know Tlmt The Ink iipota on your mahogany vuuir itui uv remuveu uy applying spirits ot salt. Hllk article should not be folded In white Pacer, as the chloride of lima useil In bleaching the paper Impairs tho color or tne s ik. Class should he washed In sold water, which mukea It brighter and clearer than warm water can. L7 1 1. r.,o.iiv ininir cmurd Tho The first application to a burn should which he is gradually losing ground, ino ojl of Jf thftt be wi r (mn(J riding horse will remain for a time, but hangs on a slender thread, for some new exurclse fad ts likely to displace him at short notice. Tho farmer Is rapidly reducing the number of horses on, his place, going to town In an automobile and plowing more and more with mech anical power. use cream af tartnr, and then send for a doctor It It Is severe. If your dress fadeB und you want It all white, wash It well In hot suds and boll It until the color seems all gone, then wash and rinse and dry It In the lun. It still not quite white repeat the nnprntlnn. Drinking Men and Women Thousands of men drink to oxcesss. Thousands ot women wives and mothers of families aro also slaves to tho appetite tor alcoholic liquors. The rogulnr use ot alcoholic liquors means ruin to both men and women, and when thoy have drunk until Belt- coutro is lost, they need medical troatmont tho Noal Drink Habit Treatment, whloh 1b a safe, sure, veg etable remedy that removes the crav ing and necessity tor drink In three days, without tho use ot hypodermic injoctlons. Three days spent at the Noal Institute means sobriety and a restoration of health and happlneso. Homo Treatment can bo arranged for those who prefer to bo treated at home. Call and get proof and refer ences, or write or phone for book of Information, The Nea.1 Institute, 1C02 So. 10th St., Omaha, Neb. ire ano inr wmi mc u nen yo BeIeCt tne wnU paper for nnblt Successfully Treated. Nevetheless the price of your rdom avoid a great variety ot coi- ( "ru. Buciessruuy xrsatuu. t