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THE BEE: 'OMAHA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 101.1.
7 brief city news ftereopnagas. Wits prepared. Peter Trust Co. Edfe Xnu? Tea, Venn Mutual. Ooula tlghtlns; rixtnrei, JSnrg-i-aranaii Co. fidelity Storage Van Co. Dour. 1516, nave Boot Print Xt Now Beacon Press. NW1U Dive Banc The Jolly Eight club, will give Its first dance Bunuay evening fet the Metropolitan -club. - Trust lands ana estates administered. Permanency tJid stability l backed by a capital and surplus of 1100,000. Peters Trust Co. SJnck Shooting; X Tins Duck ehoot tng on Carter lake IS said by hunters to be better this season than at any other tlAio In ' the last lew yea -a. Detective Eddie Fleming met several I "lends yester day returning from a successful trip and -was presented with halt il dozen fine birds, with which Fleming latter enter tained some of his friends at Wroth'a. rotmev Omaha Boy Killed Word has been received at the Burlington offices that Frank Worthlngtom a former Beatrice boy was killed at Hillings, Mont., yestofday In an automobile accident. Worthing was an employe of the,, Burlington several years, working In the offices . at Beatrice and later In the freight department at the Omaha headquarters of tho road Work Starts or SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK Harked X)eorea,se in Students at Medical Colleges. EFFECT OF HIGHER STANDARD Ansptetona Openlnsr of State Normal School nrtd 'jVearhy Collegei Dotntt In Kdncnttonal Field. A marked falling off In the number of students In the' medical colleges of the United States features the 1913 census of medical students compiled by the Journal of the American Medical association. The Journal's compilation shows a total of 17,016 students enrolled during tho school-year ending last June. This, Is a decrease of 2,771 compared with the year 1911, and of 4,611 compared with tho year 1910, Tho number Is ,11,127 below the registry of liftl, when "high witter math" was reached. Of the total number of students there were 15,f09 In attend ance at the so-called regular colleges. SCO at the homeopathic, and IK at the ecleotlo colleges, Tho attendance at the regular col It gas shows a decrease of 1.J55 below that of 91? and J,M5 below 1811.' In tho 'homeopathic colleges there was an InprHM nf twjmtliirJ nhnVA 4Ha lit. vllne SuUdinr- The I tendance of tttt. but it decrease of forty Kdith E. Bcechel, teachers In the train ing school, have been granted leave of absence from their work and are spend ing the year In speolal study at Columbia university. , Rrof. Clyde Uv Kookley, a graduate bt the Ohio university, Has .taken charge of the work In ' reading, elocution and physical culture. Prof. Keokely will also direct the work In athletics. FBnU STATE NOItMAIi. work of gradln for' the Arthur building that Is to-be constructed .-ntloth and Far- iiam strfcet. It Is .. o t three-story building. ' The lower floor Is to be used for stores and tho upper oces will likely be used as an extension of the Bachelbr hotel.. Marshall to Protest rireworks B. F. Marshall of. the Marshall Paper company Is to appeal1 before the municipal affairs eommltteo of the Commercial club Thurs day ,(o further protest against the ordi nance proposed by tho Commercial club to1 regulate the sales and use of fire Works on,, the Fourth of July, le was most nctlvo in defeating tho ordinance pro posed by the club. Janitor Steals Typewrit -Ross Rob Irisoff; Colored, was boUnd over to the dls , trlct court with bonds fixed at J1.000. Rob insot) "was arrested for the theft of a typewriter valued at U, which he took froni tho L. C. Smith Typewriter com .pany'' while, employed there as janitor. It6blnson sold the machine to Ollle Jack-son:;- a colored politician, for who afterward learned that'll had been stolon noT; reported the theft to. the pc;flce.- ; pi Mi, r Mss Lang; Opeps at the A'&erioan EVa Lang beenrmrmn Institution Jn, Omaha last night-when, on her appear- nncj at the .American' theater, her wep come was so coruiai iuai u -hu mm dljfic,ulty tho piny proceeded. ' ,' Thi comedy "In Search'' of a- SJnner" , w8 'but a medium on this the, opening ' nlftfit in new surroundings, for the recep 'Xi)& of this popular young actress and .'heixcompany. The theater was, crowded lafgro the orchestra took position and euWreeat holder, two-thirds of whom were Votjpn, Joined In the welcoming applause M'iiUri she entered In so nearty a manner that' stranger here would havo deemed hcMtho most popular stage favorite In thttlUnlted States. lie wore that$650 gown, though .to one versed In textiles, It. was a toss-up ito which one It was. She wor three, demonstration was peculiar id Miss fig's operilrgs. KJnly a treat "deal rAore bo. At the eloso of the second act she waai Presented with enough flowers to 'etiiift a hothouse. Pierre Watkin and Eritjk Denlthorne each had to make a lljtfe speech to paclfythe crowd. -Barring tlijj!j(nterrupttons when the performers vreni called upon to "say something," no time' was lost, and thn three.itnt hnmoilv. irL'Search of a Sinner, was presented in thHI' usual cflDable manner. '.Te scenery settings and costumes were 'wnthat could be asked lor. Tho play Itself' Is a clever work. Each member fhe company Is well adopted to his pari .' Tljb audience was so well pleased, that it insisted upon four curtains in .the ' first-, act, seven In the tecond iand 'one n'Uhe last. Tie official curtalp-puller .is golnsr around today lh4ita')arm,''lti(a ttln'ff. ' ,Tlje cast was-ibrhp'osed of' the following? Thrrt Man ..CV.S.'.A-.'.WIliard Maze Wm ' Jack Garrett aa"a,UV James Morton J?!Sy..RaUcan ' "Lew Welsh 'kBolton.. M,...Jack Marvin 'AtWetlo Qlrl, ,..... llattla Mack Helfen -Chad borne . t , . v . .Cora Lambert Jack Oarrlson , .Robert Wayne Qeorgiana Chodborne.., Eva Lang Harry MaqNeol. .Frank Denlthorne Belle Bdveo.,, ...Gladys Montague Wcintpe M cleo Perr, Dad Mulligan , .Bennett Finn Jeffry Chadborne ..Pierre Watkin Mra MacKeal (Sally).. Margaret Kinmaro Pifter-. RPy Mannlbg, Vetrutzl .f, ...CilhtorTTusMn' FONeRALQF MR. MANCHESTER, WILL Bt HELD NEXT TUESDAY The funeral of A. L. Ifanelioster, who died Saturday in Topeka, Kan., will be hed Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the family residence "In Lincoln- The body, will arrive .in Lincoln, today ahd wlli,bj taken to the residence under an ctq6u of Masons. Mti Manchester was tt Masbn, a Shrlnbr. and a member of the Woodmen of - tb W6-Jd, the Woodmen Circle, the Modern Woodmen of America and the Fraternal Union. The Masons will Jiave charge oti Uiq burial service. JSt been startecV, below thn total for 1911. The eclectlo col legep show a decrease of fifty-two below 1912 and a decrease of 177 qelow 19J1 "Vlth regard to women physicians tho Journal says there has been "a very marked decrease In tho number of women n medicine sjnee. 1910, wlmn thorn we're 907 women students ami i ; graduates, and In 1909, when there Men- 321 wunien students arid 163 .KTHdualo'." For 1913 the summary stowp there vure WO women students, thlrty-nlr)e fewer than In 1912 and .forty beow the record of 1911. The percentage of women students to the 'total number. of medical students wo s.s, as compared with 12 In 191?. There were 1M women graduates this year. ' The -"flgurea may be accepted os 're flecting the rising staHdarda of the Amer ican schools of medicine. . . KEARNHV STATE NORMAL. FIRST MAIL FORTY YEARS AGO i Omaha Poitoffioe Celebrate! Anni versary df Free Delivery Today, STARTED WITH SIX. -CARRIERS Attendance at 0enlne Mack'VarKr Than Year Ago. , It was . thought for a time thai the failuro of cioPs -would Interfere greatly wltri.ithe fall-attenhance,jbut It Is peas- Ihg to " note -th'atvtheV attendance at the ripening Id mUch larger than a year ago, The enrollment at tKo olbie of the' first week this -year "shows 152 students more than at the -earn Umo a year ago. Dr. R. F. Richardson, formerly of the jtate Normal school of Emporia, Kan,, ut recently of. Clark, university, Wjor- ceatcr, Mass., has been selected to take the .place In the" department of education made' vacant by tho resignation of Dr. Arthur ' Cary Fjes'hmarC. 'who haa ' ac cepted, a similar position - In the State Normal school at West Chester, Penn., at an Increased salary. Dr. Richardson has been nursulns: post graduate work In Clark" university under Dr. C Stanley Hall, the noted specialist In education. THo Young' Men's Christian association gave a watermelon feast at the normal building "on Thursday. Nearly 100 men were present at trie feed. After filling Up on watermelon, the. company repaired to one pf tae largo reception rooms., whoro they Vera entertained, by Peches from leading members.. The Joint reception committee of the Christian associations arranged a reepf tlort for ib? iWdenU at the formal buird lnr Friday. Music wan furnished by. the Normal orchestra, speeches were impJde from the representatives from tho various school brgonlcatlons. President Thomas participated In tho dedication of the new high school build ing at Keneeaw. - lie had- delivered an address at the layng of the corner stone some months ago. HASTINGS COLLEGK, Auspicious BegtnpIitBr.of Thtrty-Seo- ond Co!!erc Year. Hastings college began Its thirty-second year September 17. The opening address fvas "delivered by Rev. George P. Mc poufall, class' dfri'bf Bridgeport, Neb. It -was 'a arrbnir" appeal 'for Individual growth and cpfttroh - ' AMatgo nUmber bf visitors were present Jdth from'the city aridlrom surroundlpk towns,' "Xnjopirvlh98 frpnf outside points were noticed Rev. Mr. Purdy and wife and Mr, Bufkln from Gibbon; Mr, Chafle, Boulder, Colo.; Rev, Mr. Bo)andt and son of Fairfield; Rey." Mc flieiso. and ii. m. uoon oi iianoen; Mr. iiunK-anu Mrs. C, A. Johnston of Doniphan. - President Crpno announced that the en rollment on the opening morning had surpassed .the entira -enrollment pf last year In every-department and that many 6thtrs-would scheoulo. within the next few days. The college department has now 25, per .cent .mora students than it had. last year; tho plano department of the conservatory nas more-man uoumea A large class has been formed, also In muslo history. Coach Ferguson reports athletlo con dIUons greatly improved and prospects encouraging. Beginning with registration day, there, has been a splendid squad out for practice each evening. The new members of the faculty have already taken hold of their work with vim. These are Mrs. M. I. Logsdon, dean of .women and instructor in mathe matics! H. M, Cunningham, instructor In French and Oermani Rev. E. L. weh f-enberg, instructor in Qreok and Latin. An American Kinjr I Ib lie great king of cures, Dr. King's New" Discovery, the quicks safe sure cough xand cold remedy, Wc and fioo. FoAitale by Beaton Di;ug Co Advertise. meot, . y tp the Situation-Bee Advertlslmr. , HOW AltK 1'OU FEEDING XUUIt OUILUnEN? i Aro you srlvina- th to(A food that will develop their muscles, boncg and flesh food that is asliy digested and cheaDl Ever thought .about SnOCT,i Fahst Spaghetti t Do you know that u oi rauit Upanhettl contalna aa much nutrition as 4 lbs ofJe.efT Your .dpctqt.ViU tell ypu.lt doeB. And Fauat 8paEhetti costs ono- 1YAYNE TATB NOIIMAL I Plans Adopted; jfor n Nevr Central nuiidinsr. At the last , meeting, of the ' normal board, held at -Lincoln, the plans by Architect J. H. Cook were adopted for a new central building t Wayne, pec retary TooUy vm directed to advertise for bids and the contract will be let nt the next meeting. Work on the new structure wJll not begin before March, at which time the old college building will be raxed and a new central build ing erected ton- the oriental site at cost of $$5,000. Miss Elsie Ford Piper and Miss Sara J. Klllen returned to Wayne at the opening of the terin after spending the summer abroad. Miss Frana B. Hancock, a graduate of Lewis Institute. Chicago, has been elected leather of 'domestic aclence to tenth the nrice of meat. tw .i.jT fill the vacancy, caused by the resign, eoive a big item -In tho high cost of't,t,on ot Mwy J"""' liting? "M President Conn has received official no. SftYou torobaly haven't served Fin.f t,c of his election as vice president of Spaghetti as often as you should ha-!?1 normal department of th National cause you don't know how nianr dir.l Kducatlonal association for tl ferent Vaya it can be cooked write for free recipe book today nnd you'll beaurprlsed at the big variety of dishes you can make from this nu tcJtloUB food. In 6c and lOe packages increased Rnrollnient Fills Sour Courses to 'OverfloTrlnir. A greater number of students were en rolled at the beginning of the semester than a year ago, and they are still com ing In- The Industrial courses are filled to over flowing. Recently the Board of Educa tion had onpther building fitted for man ual training, and it Is now tilled. Dean Rouse was recently offered a po sition in Wisconsin. The Board of Bdu cation Immediately met and raised hta salary to tt.40 for 181S-H, and for the year 1S1MS tb t.Ut. While this did riot meet the Wisconsin offer, nevertheless ho has decided to' stay ahd there Is rejoic ing at tho normai. Prof. Gregg and Mls'a Ferguson have also beeh offered mor lucrative positional hut have declined them. A $SfoO curtain was recently Installed 1n tho chapel, mainly the gift of tha dra matic club to . the Board of Education and tho lecture course corpnitttee helped. In pr. House's Juhlpr Epgllsh class more than ICS aro enrolled. Many of the classes Including physlfcs, mathematics, observation, psychology, have had to b sectioned several times. Prof. S 1C Peterson of Louisiana uni versity! who has been secureB by tho United States government to work In Panania next year, rocehtly spent a whole day Irt the botany department, with Prof, 4ean. Prof. Peterson lias made the only Complete key to the flora of Nebraska. Peru la to have. doMed shelves In the Ubrary 'rom this bn. They were recently. InRtalled at. a. cost, of IS.000 to the, state. The library will be closed at night. Thftro ar twenty-f ivo a the, post grad uate class. TheBa ,are completing the four-year course and wll be .granted de grees next June. By a recent ruling of the board no one can obtain this degree without putting In hla.-Iast year at Peru; heretofore a graduate of the school upon completion of a four-jeir course at some other standard school was entitled to the degree. Prof, Overholt haa returned from hla vacation trip to his old home In Canada. Miss Bow6n of tho Omaha lush school Has been obtained for ho. head of the da jiartment of German. This department was made vacant by the resignation of Prof. Whltcnack, who was elected to a simitar position In Wisconsin. Nebraaiu. Wcsleynn Notes. Tho enrollment of students is largar than ever before. The authorities of the University thought tho drouth might pause the attendance to fall orr. but it seems to bo working the other war. There is ft large number from othr statt(, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Dakota and Canada, Prof. MoCreery ot the conservatory ap peared at chapel Wednesday morning with several very pi easing numoers. e ww accompanied by Mrs. McCreory. The Younir Men's Chrtatlan association reception was pjven Thursday evening. It waa well attendee ana mucn interest shown. The Young Women's Christian assocla- 4Ia r,w,.ntlnn wn tiiM at the home of Mrs. A. L. Johhabri BatuMay dftdfnoon. ' Thn oon'f'erenca now In session at Grace church visited tho university Friday. That cay was oevotea mostly 10 me jniureqm pf,Wcsleyan. In the evening a banquet was given to the vhsltora Ly the officials of the university, assisted by tho Young Men's Christian association and the Youne Women's Christian association. Covers were laid for 520. Aftet- the banaUet Dr. Nicholson feave or address in tho church Repairs are prosrosalng on ta nea.tinK plant. The foroe of men now at worn will probably be able to put it In good ahape before cold weather arrives. TCilrirailonal Notes. nr. v-r n nraiuiui in end the n&rt time sy?tem in overcrowded schools by dividing the ch4reri Into two shifts, each shift to be Riven four hours ot school work each day. Miss Margaret Judson bt Vassar col lego has accepted tho "position of dean of the college' for women at Denlson unlyer slty at Granville O. The new president of Denlson, Dr. Clark W. cnamperiam, waa also a member of the Vaasar faculty. Misa Hewitt, auperintsnaent oi ine schools In Alaineda. Col., haa introduced a course of housekeeping Into tho high schools from tha standpoint of the buyer. Girls wiir be taught ho.w to buy vese- tnriioft ana ntner ibdii neccsaiiies uiki also how to buy household furniture, the articles for the baby'a toilet, and any thing else that a housekeeper may have to purchase. Several schools in Indianapolis are to hnva nn assistant Drlncloal this fall. whose duties will correspond to. those of the dean of women In a college. The idea originated with MfaS Mary E. Nichol son of that city, who said that for years sh had been trying to think of some plan of the kind. Men are really helpless In many instances, she said, nbput t.poo girls In the publla high schools needing the right sort of a woman, vested with the right sort of authority, to look ou for their interests. The Week of registration at Yankton college Closed Saturday night With 233 different students and about 2T3 depart ment schedules. The showing in attend ance la very aratlfylns. The total en rollment tor the year la not likely to fall below that of 1912-13. The latt week was "get-together" week In society and as- sociauonai' worjt. u ne separate-associa tlon receptions the Youmr Men's Chris tlan association "stag" for men at the gymnasium and tha girls' reception at Dakin hall-rwere great jiUcceeaes. and both were made occasions for a general good time of the Informal kind. On Mon day nlght'tha Joint reception of the two associations, more formal In character, wou held in .the gymnasium. Brief speeches were made by ir. Tack, presi dent of the YoUng Men's Christian asso ciation, M's Kingsbury for the Young Women's Christian association, Prof M3- piuriry lor me coueee, ana ny uoaci; Kerr, the new director of athletics. It wa art occasion greatly enjoyed by all p.escni. More Men 11itp Been Added from Time to Time Until There Are Noir 'Fonr lln'ndrd and Fonr 1'intployea.. Forty years ago today the fiee delivery system In tho Omaha postotflce was be gun with afx carrlera. Ten years later there were thirteen carriers on tte force and six clerks. Forty years ago there Were 2,100 boxei at the postotflce, all .but a few ot which were useless after the free delivery was commenced. , Prior to September it, forty years ago, the residents ot Omaha came to tho post office, which waa then located at Fif teenth and Dodge streets, and asked for their mall as Is done now In tha smalt towns throughout tha country. When the free delivery ' system was installed six carriers were appointed to deliver mall to :,J0Q families In the city. Today, forty years Jater, on tha samo date, Septembor 22, there Is a total ot 40t employes In the jrastofflce. And In addi tion there are 733 boxes. There are U7 routes, as compared with, the six of forty years ao. Today there tare 159 carriers and, thirty substitutes. THgre are 189 rtg. ular. clerks today and four sUbclcrks. In addition to these thcro are thirteen labor ers and nlno special delivery carriers. In no one year since the' free delivery system was made a part of the Omaha pqstofflce, has there been more than twelve carriers appointed. The largest number of new earrlors put on at' one time was six. During the four yeara Benjamin Thomas was postmaster there were but six additional carriers appointed. Tha first year Postmaster Wharton held that office there were twelve added to the -force and two more but a few days ago. Thus It can be Keen that, the Omaha postoftlce haa made wonderful strides in the last forty years. MAULT, BROS, fit. Louis, Mo. sociation ipr the year 191J-H. Registration pf students for, the ,new semester began Monday and the attend ance for the first day shows an Increase of 24 per cent over that of last year. The enrollment for the first semester last year was more than 100. Miss Rachel V. Falrchild and Miss Declare War on Cold. A cruiade of education which alms "that tommon colds may become un common within the naxt generation" has been begun by prominent New York physicians. Here Is a list of the "don't which the doctqrs eay will prevent the annual visitation of the- cold; . "Don't sit In 4 draughty car." "Don't sleep In hot rooms;'' 'Don't avoid the fresh air." "Don't stuff yourself at meal time, Overeating reduces your resistance. " To which we would a,dd when-yoli iaku a cold sot rid of it as quick ar possible. VTo accomplish that you will find Cham reriain's cough Remedy most excellent For sale by all druggists, Advertisement. WHY is the Nemo Corfcet the most popular and fastest selling corset in the market here and abroad? BECA USE Nemo Corsets combine exclusive hygienic and fashion features with great durability and per" feet workmanship, to such a degree that they are without a rivalthe leading corsets of the world PICTURED BELOW ARE A FEW OF f HE . Latest Models in Nemo Corsets that I Preserve Your Figure and Guard Your Health f Approved by the nemo hysienic-fashioh ihstituteI sf7H 111 iJMa 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 iiuj 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r in i t ! n i ri 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ri l 1 1 bTa' HE. Omaha Bids Higher Than Chicago for Western grain With farmers inclined to hold .back. their grain . in anticipation bt higher prices, grain receipts ot the Omaha mar ket thave fallen slightly below - thoso ot the' corresponding week of last year, though the shipments have, been heav ier, due to the fact probably that' the elevators are well . filled. The - Idea Is prevalent that prices are going to b,e higher ap4 the .dealers ' are -sharing nfj opinion similar to that ot the farmers, Carload receipts and shipments during the last week were as .follows: Receipts-Wheat; 263. corn, 292: oats, 181. Shipments Wheat,' 806; corn, 424; oats, 263 During the last week St.' IquIs has bean In the market for practically all the Nebraska wheat and corn moving Cut of the elovators. From there the wheat Is going to the mills In the south and the corn andiQats to the cereal mills' and plantations', St. Louis' has secured the grain simply because the houses there have paid 1, 2 and even S cents over Chicago, thus enabling Omaha to duplicate all Chicago bids and In" some instances- bid higher, ' " Minneapolis Das Veen put ftut- of trie running and during the week -not to exceed a. dozen cars went to that market. All week Minneapolis prices have been below Omaha and there was no induce' ment to send grain to the. north. From now on Omaha dealers generally expect to see most ot the Nebraska grain go to thO' south and some ot them to So far as tp say that Chicago will be'un able to enter into competition with Omaha fpr Nebraska and western Iowa grain. They all concede that" with the opening ot the canal the' bulk ot the grain Is going south and that with Its rail connection and 'comparatively the same dlstanco all grain from Mils' cue tlon, sold for, export, will naturally take the southern route. . .. . Happy Hollow 0ub : Elects Officers for the Coming Year Robert Dempster, George F. ti!more and C. C. Bolden were elected directors of the Happy Hollow club at the annual meeting held last night to succeed. Joseph Polcar rind'W. U'Belby and Mr. Demp ster, Mr. Dempster was re-elected. The slate had already been decided 'Upon, and It was oply necessary to make the formal announcement of the election.. Mr, Belby' was given a vote of thanks by the' stockholders for his generous" work as a director during tho seven years the club has been in existence. Mr. Belby was n the first board and half remained until last night when Ho asked to haye another stockholder elected In his place. There are nine directors tp the, club a,od their terms expire so that three only are elected at each meeting. The six directors whose terms continue are! Charles Hardin C. tmaldent: CfiarUa T ShermaiV vice president' Charles McDon ald, secretary, and A. T. Austin, E, 6. Hamilton and W. E. Bhafer, At a aubse qpent meeting to be announced later new officers will be elected by the hoard of directors and, commltte will be appointed for tne ensuing year. It Is thought that a dance committee will be appointed at that time. No men tlon ot the subject was made last night Some- discussion has arisen of late aa to permitting the late dances, as the tango and the one step, on the floor, but the Stockholders evaded the question last n!?;ht, although scores of couples were solpg through the- gyratlohs on the floor at the time. ,lt l. thought that .the hoard will do nothing jintll next year when.it Is possible the. fad will have lost its at traction. i i i i i.iiiiim i i i ii u iri w iiii bu i mi &i i i i i i i i i i i ill iiiiiiiiiiiiiiirii i iii i i i i v NO 409 FUNCTION: Rcdsccs hrge Mpptr Umb to natnrel size, FEATURE: Broad bands of semi-clastic Lsstikops Webbing control the flesh smooth out the ridges, ex pand comfortably when you sit down. K. H-YTIth lw butt, ax trs'longskirti slsaa ti AA SO tola............. FUNCTION: Makes m extremely fong cutset Comfortable when seated. FEATURE: Tha new .Nemo LastlcurvC-Back, of seml elojtls Lattlkops Cloth extra long skirt, which clings closely when you stand, expands when you are seated, N.iU-tang skirt low bait) $9 AA M.W4-4jn. medium buit J TJW' Silas 80 to M. NO 356 FUNCTION: Reduces abdtmind Utddrivcs it away permanently. FEATURE: Improved Auto-Massage device broad bands of seml-clastlc Lastlkopa Webbing give Arm support and constant . automatic massage. 8.i-whh low bait Ca Vtry icn eklttt alaas SO to M. Sold Xm Every Couatry Where Corsets Are Worm. air FUNCTION: Ptkh extreme ftgre-redc tiort heltH wmti-Hne. FEATURE: Triple re ducing device bands of semi-elastic' Lastlkopa Webbing across hips and thighs) Lastcvtr,veBackv as in No. 322. Nt. SU-lxtremalf law beet. ty" ft u tm JiJavaBaaG - 'av4 L VtB mVWws) VtWWWWi ft f FORTY AUTOSJiOW ENTERED Every Xisd of Oar Will 16 Seen in JMHaiiea's Flower Parade. . DAEER8 "AJTD OWNERS A0TZV Many' Etrnata Prowlso to Brlar About m, IiBrse VarJetr of IJroora tloaa. for the Prlae aad 'First If oners. Forty automobiles have betn entered In the automobile, flower parade to be held under the auspices of Ak-Sar-Qen Tuesday. September 50. Every manner ot car will be seen from touring cars to electric coupes and big trucks. Many of the dealers have entered, as well as private- owners, which assures keen com petition tor the .best decorating. Those who have already been listed follow: Tourincr Cars Qeorge Corner, Council Bluffs; T. C. Byrne, B.Terry. , H. W.JMnder, Charles lilack, Joseph Barker, Charles lleaton, V. j. O'Hrlen, Louis Nash, -Charles Kountze, K, Buckingham, Prank Judson, W, D. Hoaford, O. E. Haverstlck, Gould Diets, Ttandall Brown, Kord Motor Co, J. Dcpre.Klow Co.. Tracks. Omaha Elks, Mclntyre Auto Co. Union Stock yards, ISiectrles, Misses Beatrice and Miss Ophelia Hay Irene Coad, den. Miss Luclle Bacon, nunnboui. Mrs. Harold Prltchard. Key to the Situation Uee Advertising, Cole Motor Co., . Omaha Taxi Co., Harold Woolf, F.H. Davis. Harry Koch. Drummond Mo(or Rambler Auto Co., Quy Smith, K. It. Wllsont Dr. H Olfford, Maor Hartmann, Kew England bale- MaTlon Motor Co., Mclntyre Auto Co., Freland Auto Co., Traynor Auto Co, Tourist Sleeping Cars via Rock Island Linmg-ty Every Day '..TO-.'.- California via Scenic Colorado ' Vor-y low fares will bo hi effect flaijy Sep.tmbr 25th to Ootobor 10th to points inArwona, Cliforitisr, Oregoiv Wflshington, Britlph Oolutnbt UAlWi' Ulan. vvm.i i j For further Information lBfulrj.sf - J. S.VoKAliLY, 3). ?. A.-.p"- 14th imd Fanuuo, W. O. WDIS;- ' PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Mrs. Gerald B. Hunt of New York City arrived In Omaha Saturday morning for a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius 8. Cooley at their home in Kountze place. Mrs. Hunt will be joined In October by her husband and will pro ceed to California, where they Intend to spend the winter. FIreraan Killed by Ltabtnlnsr- 8AI.ia.UV, OkL, Sept J0.-O. A. Farmer of Mena. Ar,k.. fireman on Kansas Citf uoutnern passenger train fo. A, was killed by lightning in the locomotive cab as the train neared the station hero in.t night. The engineer received .a severe 1 hraduarters for maintaining a disorder; snoca, uui was aoio to stop nis engine. i'iocv Corset Stops Bullet in Bar Ajin.ex.Bow nesentlng an accusation "-of another woman, Mrs. Lou Jennings? a widow liv ing at -1916 Chicago street, became" en. gaged In an altercation early this morni Ing In the annex of the California-hotel bar at Sixteenth and California- streets. Lator, when with Fred'Hurst, hsr brother, who was with her, she went to leave the place, the woman who' made' the aocusa tlon drew a revolver and fired one shot. The Uutlet struck Mrs. Jennings corset and Inflicted only a bad bruise. Police aro now aeektng'tho Woman who did the shooting and the owners of the California bar were brought to police "Syrup of Figs" For Constipated Child Doliclons "Fruit Laxative" can't 1 harm tender little stomach, liver and bowels. Every mother realltes, after giving her children "California Syryp of Figs," that this Is their Ideal laxative, because they jove Its pleaaant taate and it thoroughly Cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and ,bowel without griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or breath la bad, atomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give teuepoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, conitlpste.d waste, pour bile and undigested food passes out' pf the bowels, and you have a well, play ful child again. When Its little system Is full of cold, throat sore, haa stomach ache, diarrhoea, Indigestion, 'colic re member, a good "Inside cleaning" should always be, the 'Irtt treatment given. 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