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THE BEE: OMAHA, Hit KS1)A, i)h( bMiivA IX, lJl.. Bride of Last Evening Stores Open Evenings Until Christmas ""Jf " JpP& '"J?? Jl 2 ; at night or early in the morning. Some for the Holidays. A group ot younp women who left Omaha High school last rear together fcnd at the tamo time entered nockford eollege. Kockford, 111., this year, will arrive homo Saturday morning to spend vacation at their homes. Several social affairs arc planned by the group, who rt , Misses- Misses Henrietta Medlar, Gertrude Aiken. Florence Hegge- Clara Patterion,,, b!ade. Sarah Sears.- Itabelle Shukert, . Qladys Goodman. ' . . Theater Party. A box has been taken by tlifl Benson Woman's club members thl evening to pea "Hamlef at tli Brandel.?Those In the box will be: Mesdames - Mesdamps F. S. King, B- A. Searron. J, W. Pownrdu, A. U Bwlnp, K K, Parker. J. N. Nellstn. G. TV. Iredalr. Mr. and Mra. Charted Haffkc, Mr. and Mr. O. W. Welsh. Bridge Luncheon. Mrs. William Sidney entertained Tues day at a beautifully appojntcd brldgo luncheon. The guests -werei Mwdames Mcsdamen P. O. Mlttelbach. W. M.-rhllllpc y. nusch. George llnenm, H. F. Hutchinson, J.eroy Gillespie, W. B. Kerr. J. J. Gaf ford. "W, J. Pickering, Oeorse WrlBlit, W. N. Hellen. I P. Whltmore, J. A. Gentleman. J. McDonald, 31. Bchroeder. O. H. Ieptln. "V. N. Dorward, K. P. Hennessy, . O. Itoff, O. B. Whitney, K. "W. Ansparh, O. Williams. W. H. Walker, J. H. Wassabergcr of W. M. Ithyn, Pittsburgh. Pa- Card Club Meets. The Rummy club was entertained at the homo of Mrs. W. A. Smith Tuesday afternoon. Christmas decorations wera used and Vuletlde souvenirs given. Tito next meeting will bo with Mrs, M. M. KUne. Present at tho last meeting were: Mosdames- Meadames It. U Woodford. Frank O. Browne, T. Mehrens, JjW, lood, M. M. Kline, D. B. IxveJoy, W A. Smith, J Kagfcllner, J Naylon, J. Cree.. . Thomas lltelan, nay Vlerllng. Jrairie Park Club. A literary and musKa. entertainment will bo given by tha Prairie Park associ ation at IU club house, WOT Ames avenue, on Thursday evening, December If, which will be free to the general public, to which all are cordially' Invited. Tho program will be! Piano trio. "The Chirping Sparrow'' ' Bohr The Misses Travis. "V Total solo, "Say Yes" .;:' , . .... Mmc. Guy D'Hartelot Mrs. H, J, Scannell. r. Piano solo, "A La.'Blen Almlo,,.,..Schutt Miss WMma Bruce. Beading, "Christmas In the Quarters" Miss Fay Robertson. Duet, "Hunting Song", ...Bullard Mlsa Hampton and Mr, Dlshrow. Vocal aolo, "The Lass With the Delicate Air" Arno Miss Adah Klopp. Tenor aolo, "If 1 Were a Rose" Herfelberg Mr. Justin J. R. McCarl. Violin solo, "Souvenir de Bonenta"., Patinl Miss AuguMaMengedoht. Vocal solo, "Kin Charles" White Mr. Marry Dlsbrow'. Pralrlelogue farce In three acls, "The Power of Money, or Lured to His De atructlon." s Act one, Blckler. Act two, Conley. Act three, aardner. Scene, a country church yard. Time, A. D. 490. Place, Constantinople.. In and Out of the Bee Hive, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph R. Campbell left (Tuesday for Chicago to spend the lioll. days with Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Moody. Miss Kdna Riley, who Is attending school at Eden Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., will spend her vacation visiting relatives in Scranton, fa. MIm Florence Riley, who attends St. Mary's catla.at Notro Dome, Ind., tops oft at Chicago to spend a day with R school friend and Is expected home on the 19th to sen4 her vacation. Mrs. ir. X, Whltmore and Miss Emma "Whltmore have gene to Utile Rock to te present at the wrtKw! of Miss Lottie Timet Reaves, daughter of Mr. E, T. Heaves, nee Ml Hattlo Whltmore. Mr. Warren Hamilton will arrive Heine en Saturday morning from Chicago, vlnre he atteaa Armour lnstltuta, and KIH sfteni vacatlen at the home, of his Xrnts, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Hamilton ot iltt Davenport street . Donald F. Mattson. class ot 'IE, ot Uni versity of Wisconsin; Morris 8. Conn, class ot MS, University of Wisconsin, and Harvery F Nelson, class of '17, Univer sity ot Wisconsin, return to Omaha Sun day, December 3, for tlte holidays. J Mr. Edmund Morler of San Francisco, I formerly of Clucajro, arrived yesterday to apend a few days vlslUng his sister, Mrs. T. IL Matters, jr. Mr. Morler will leave the latter part ot the week to vlilt Ms mother In Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Madera will leave December M for Chi cago for the holidays. f 1 BsBBIIBBBBBBBbVI mLsBBBBBBBa ' ' MitH. HAnnr e. cohn, Xce Miss Dorothy Meyer. Cohn-Meyer Wcddinir. .inomcr pitiy weaaing of the week look place at 6 o'clock Wednesday even ing, at the Ilntcl rtnmr u-hn Ml rtnr. othy Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. f). M. Meyer, was united In marriage to Mr. Harry H. Cohn of Iluffnlo, N. V. jiaom Freaerick rohn officiated. Tho decorations throuchnut th were palms, term and smllax. White rib bons were stretched from the pillars nt the entrance of thi- largo parlor to nn improvised altar banked with palms, the ribbons bolng held In place by cuplds, while above the altar a white dove wan suspended. Tho bride was gowned In white crepe meteor with iiMirl.otiwi,i,,i mn,i . -" vwu, fc. IIIUII extending from tho shoulders, which was neia in pinco ly a butterfly on. each shoulder. The long veil wiis of whlto tulle, trimmed with orange bloseoms sent from California by a friend. Bho carried a bouquet of roses. , Llttlo Miss Marie Goldstrom, 6Wnd In a dainty white frock, was flower girl, Miss Ruth Meyor, sister of tho bride, was her onh- attendant of whlie charmeusc. with over-dress of wnue net, trimmed n gold. Mr. Warner it'. r.wli of inrri beat man and there wcro no ushers. r. and Mrs. Cohn will go on nn east ern trip and Will bn nt - --- . a4 wan uary 1 In Buffalo, X. V. Afternoon Eeception. One of tho larger and more enjoyable affairs Tuesday afternoon was tho tea given by Mrs. A. F. Jonafor the wlvos Of,,tha.new.inejnbera of the,faqully.at.tbe. medical department of the University of Nebraska, Mrs. C. W. M. Poyntcr, Mrs. O. T. Bchulu. Mrs. W. A. Wlllnrd. Mrs. A. K. Gruenther and Mrs. Irving Cutter. The living room was bright with yellow chiyssnthemuma mil ti " mu ui.illin IUUIII had an especially attractive docoratlon. a bowl of Mrs. Ward rosea forming tho centerpiece, and around this were eight small vases filled with rose buds. About SW guests called between 3 and o'clock. Assisting the hostess were: Mesdamea Mesdames f; 1 "i'l"",.?1"?1'' Jo,,n K. Hummers, Harold aifford. a. W. Wattles, . vi I I 1 1 1 1 ii. j if. NnmAPM BAZAAR HASJANY PATRONS Church Women in Bee Building: Ro tunda Are Being Kept Busy. WILL KEEP OPEN EVENINGS Wo m r ii of Ilrnmiii Ilrrnk llecord. by llnvliiK I.fili lu That Vll Inac for Hnle nt the II Ik Fair. Vallac-4 Reynolds, J. F. FootsC Alfred Schalek, Mlssaii Jessie Millard, Charlen O'Nell Rich, W. Jasper Howell, Charles Martin, George Patterson. Misses Richardson, For Unity Guild. Mr. N. P. Dodge entertslnnl Hi. mr,,. bent of the Unity guild at luncheon at her home Wednesday. A musical pro gram was given following the luncheon, by Mm. Gerrlt Fort, planlstej Mrs. Dodge vlollnlste, and Miss Hasel Evants vocajl 1st. Pupils Give Benefit for Walter McCune As a benefit for Wnlter McCune, a blind boy, pupils of DIckerman school gave a pleasing entertainment Tuesday night before a fair sized audience at the First Christian churflH. Quite a sub stantial sum was realized and this will be applied towards buying a home for the unfortunate lad. The affair was given under the auspices of the Young Peonto's rhrlti v. deavor of tho First Christian church, and the program was as follows: Carl Chayce Abbott, five bass solos: Ml,. Josephine Crnlg, three soprano numbers: miss Laura Wcssel, three soprano um hers; Mlsa Mngucrite Scott. "Tli riv Visit;" Miss Jessie Ohman, "Christmas Day in the Morning:" Miss Tress Keys, "Graduation Day," the latter three being dramatic numbers. Miss Daisy Hugglns acted na accom anlst upon the piano. Patronngo at tho fair of the churches, being held In the court of The Bee build ing, hna been so good that the women In charge havo decided to keep their booths open In tho evening to accommodate cus tomers who have been unable to attend during the daytime. Kxtra tables had to be installed to take care ot tho large display ot useful and beautiful articles offered by the new set of church women now In charge. Mrs, F. M. Pond, one of tho Hanscom Park Methodist church women, had been Joking with her friends to tho effect that thoy might find her fishing In the "pond" in the court of tho building, but she found herself' tod busy with customers to at tempt tho threatened dlvertlsement. Mnur Artlstlo Prrscnts. Among the Interesting collection ot ar ticles offered tor sale are artistic hand woven baskets, handsome artificial flowers, many varieties -ot fancy work, and a tempting assortment of home made candles, cakes and other cookery. Some of the goods In the Hanscom Park 'display were made by the Queen Esther girls of tho church. Perhaps the moat remarkable pleco of handiwork being rhown Is a wonderful bedspread priced at only 115,- which was made by Mrs. Hpl lcnbeck of Benson, who Is past 80 years ot uge. A unique feature of the fair Is that the women of the Presbyterian church nro offering houses and lots In their town for sale. By an agreement with several real estate concerns the church Is to get a regular commission jon any sale that the women of the church may accomplish either now or during the next six months. For Wednesday and Thursday the bazar Is in charge of the following women: St. John's Episcopal Church-Mrs. C. H. Lear, chairman. J?lames Mesdames- it 1 lif we J- N Martin. ..Itt"TLne' C. Whltehlll. H. Mine. J, W. Dlsbrow, "Jin Brandell. A. J. Hasen. Miss Jean Ellison. Benson Presbyterian Church-Mrs. Wll Ham Butler, chairman. Mesdames- Mesdomes ?' ' Ji",0" 8- A- tovls. n- n"?! er' v' Shelley. C. C. Williams, s, n. Jones Russell Walsh, Q. C. Sawtell. F. 8. King, Claude Glandt. J. N. liorton, Georgo Iredalc. Rose. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of V", Day Saints-Mrs, R. H. Kirk- tai;n, vnoirman, ffsmflan! Cold Out by stimulating and invigorating ike "Inner man." Drop an ARMOUR BOUsLLON CUBCUacop of hot water and jeu hare ielidut bouillon tasting f tseef (r ckickra) and, vegetables yyrHsctlr isamneJ. Boss st. M us m at fleecers aa4dragts (MM ART HOSPE'S XMKMttK 1S13 XkmIw Stt. Mesdames W. 13. Stoft, H. A. Scott. Pnul N. Craig, Wallace Qraonnllt. ! WllUam Hill, Jiarry wren, James Huff, John Rowe, Elvln. Htuart. Misses Lorena Leeka. Mattlo limcn, Anna lucks. Mesdames Fryxell, C. C. Coffeen, D. C. McKlm. N. M. Rumel. Mary Stoft, Minnie Larsen, C. Bartmls, T. A. Hicks, Sauterfteld, Misses Dora Larsen. Margaret Keatley, Alice ttcnwartz. MunioipalTreeis to Be Mass of Lights I. B. Ztmnuui. contracting axent for the Omaha Klectrlo Light and Power company, has set a forco of men at work preparing to Install the Hants nn the municipal Christmas tree, which Is to te stationed In the plat In front ot th court house on Christmas eve as n. nan oi the municipal celebration on that evening. Mr ZImman expects to havo approximately 1.000 red and green slobea on ine uma oi me nuge tree, lnadlltlon to light In the large star ot white, which will be placed at the topmost point ot the tree. The tree arrived in Omaha yesterday from the evergreen forests of Minnesota and Mr- Zlmman decided to commence the work of wiring and decorating at once. Ttnn 1 ...1 .." TV"" . i rl " ,r .:."".n . wiun unurcn Airs. Chara Bullls, chairman. ,li!in.10" Mesdamea i Fair. G. W. Snyder, Sylvia Stough, Greener. Olgu Rothery, i Hanscom Park Methodist Church Mrs. Ci Mirir.. W Minn " , " - - . icsiianirs F. M. Pond, 1C M. Reynolds. A. B. Dunbar, Uoyd Iverton, T. W. Pickett. II. C. Shearer. C. W. Chapman. Mesdamrs Clarence Ewell. R. R. Foster. C W. McCasklll, S. K. Solomon, William Balcom. Dr. Jennie Callfas. Big Retail Stores to Open Evenings Commencing this evening Omaha's retail stores will lie open evenings until 1 9 o'clock to accommodate the Christmas j shoppers who have crowded the stores uullUb 111(3 Mil tCW UltVB. The merchants are also urging their customers to sliop during the morning. If possible, In order to relieve the con gestion In the stores during the after noon. rext week until Christmas day the stores wUI remain open until 10 o'clock. WIFE SUES FOR LOSS OF HER HUSBAND'S EYE - t Mrs. Fredericks Smith, wife of Ford Smith, a negro, who lost an eye In a sa loon fight, Is suing lid ward A. Roehrtg for S5.990 damages. Smith, himself. In a I former trial secured, a verdict for 12,009. TRAVELING MAN IS LOST SINCE EASTER TORNADO Another probable casualty 'ot the tor itadu of last Baiter Sunday has come to lBlit. J. K. Barnard, a traveling man who resided l'n Grand Island, disappeared after writing home from St. Joseph, Ma, on March SI. Ills family are of the be lief that he came from St. Joseph to Omaha, as he was accustomed to make this city his headquarter. All Gifts Stnt. Free by Paroel Post Anywhere in the United Btstss. Shop on a Transfer It Will Save Your Hmo Merchandise Certificates are Ideal Sift. Xxehange Besx. Rant Clans, Himself Is la aTJs Toy Shcrp oa Our Third Ploor. THIS IS THE STORE WHERE EVERYBODY COMES TO FIND THE RIGHT GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY ELSE. SPECIAL SALES FOR THURSDAY EVENING FROM 7 UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK Silk Petticoats Hundreds of Women's Tftffela and Mcasallne Silk Petticoats, black and all colors nil sizes easily worth )2 7 until 9 p. ra. only, at. ...... . 200 Birch $1 I j I Mahogany ServiceTrays Felt bottom and brass handles cre tonne under tho glass, picture and framing Dept. 2d floor. Thurs. Eve., 7 till 9 loor. . ...59c Sugar and Creamer CQn Actually Worth $1.50..Ji7 Hand Decorated Japanese China, beautifully enameled, gold traced handles and knobs, Thursday evening, 7 till 9, In west Cq arcade, tho Bet JC Sets of Furs mm Separate Muffs, Marabou and Ostrich Pieces Are Gifts That Any Woman Will Welcome White Iceland Fox Sets Large, fluffy muffs with satin lined scarfs. $12.50. $15.00 and $19.00. Fur Sets of red and black fox, blue wolf, Jap mink, Civet cat, beaver, pony, etc., at $25 and $35. Separate Muffs of French coney, brook mink, American Marten, Fox, civet cat, Jap mink, beaver, caracul, Hudson seal, etc., at $1.00, $1.98, $2.98, $5.00 and up to $50.00. Marabou Stolln, in large, fall firo-stranda, 2 H yards long black or natural... S5 Marabou Miiffs, large and fluffy. In black or natural shade, satin lining, special. g5 Dainty Lingerie Is a Charming Present m "UTriran r I I n Crepe de Chine CamsoUs Daintiest conceptions of lace, ribbons and crepe de chine, il.EO and S1.88. Qift Corset CoTsrs Lace and embroidery effects, in Christmas boxes, at COo, Women's Xlosflt BUk Pattt ooats All colon and black. These are the famous jer sey top petticoats, made with patent elastic a-ussota that rive a perfectly anus; fit to the garment- a fflft that is really practical, 99 Crepe de Chine Slnfferie Gowns, lace trimmed petti coats, chemise and combina tion Karments In pink, blue and white, dainty gifts that, would delight any woman. $8.98, 3.30, $3 and 9C30 Anrnnc Da,nty aPrns or vory purpose, plain or pretty C EJA r&prUHS lace and embroider trimmed effects, all shapes. . COC " OUC Bilk, chiffon, mcs aallne and crcpo waista; charming styles, in all col- Bpoclal $2.98 Worn a's sweater Coats No aift would be more prac tical; the new Nor folk style swf-atera with shawl collars are here; all colors $1.98 Children's Sweater Coats Clever aw ments that are anus; and warm. They are practical for all out-of-doors wear and the styles are new and attrac tive; a spe cial for..., a now $1 Children's Combina tion Bala Coat with school bag- and cap; most practical vrar menta for rainy school days; all col ors and sixes; put up in Xmaa boxes $1.98, $2.50, $2.98 O e r man Flannel Kimonos; a splen did gift as well as a useful one pretty styles and colors, lite $1.00 Women's Neckwear Very Clever and Popular Novelties for Gifts Dainty Swiss embroidered aad Venlso lace collars are shown in many becoming styles now at 50i and 75 Net Collars for dresses and waists are very popular now. For Thursday we offer them In white or black, prettily embroidered In colors, IQn unusual values, at, each I u Sow Ties of Crepe de Chine and Bilk Very new a So and SOo Xeoiel Collars A, favorite In Wom en's 2anoy Xeokwear this season, your choice. .880 and 600 An Extraordinary Sale Thursday of Real Art Craft Guild Fine Wood Veneer PICTURE FRAMES at 59c Ea. Wo havo tnken rill tho short lengths of our finest "Art Crnft Guild," mahogany, rosewood and Circassian walnut vonoor-picture frame mouldings and carefully .-joined them into tho highest class frames for your Christmas pictures. Wo have in all 433 frames in the following sizes 74 frames, 6x8 26 frames, 11x14 J 68 frames, 7x9 68 frames, 9x12 00 frames', 7x10 63 frames, 8x10 22 frames, 10x12 mggg gfy or These frames are aotually worth $1.75 to r" W $3.00. On sale Thursday, at, each. Your one great chance to frame your Christmas pictures well. Correct slie French glass, or your pictures fitted in these frames with or with out velvet back at a nominal cost. Picture and Framing Dept., 3d floor. NEMO CORSET Christmas Special Last December wo had so many Inquiries for the Nemo Special, but this year there are moro than ever. Women who have used them know from experlenco of tho wonderful value to expect. This corset is made on hygienic prin ciples, and has the Nemo features, in-curve back ot semi-elastic bands of lastlkops web bing below back steels. It Is low top model With Very long skirt, making it a comfort able and very satisfactory corset for dally wear. This special is put up in an attractive holly box, ana is a gilt that .win bo appre ciated by any woman, Mako your selection early as we cannot re- Brassieres and Conflncrs Put up In holiday boxes, from..-,.... 50i to $5.00 $2 1STMAS SPECIAL 1914 SLIPPERS FOR WOMEN "Princess" Felt Slippora in delicate shades, rib bon trimmed, nt V? ? Opera etyle, In felt, ribbon trimmed, light and dark colors,, at...... Crochet Slippers, roll top, all colors $1.2 Crochet Slippers, in all colors '08c Fur Trimmed felt, In black, maroon and brown now nt $1.00 Doudolr Slippers, in pink, blue and lavender now at $1.49 Carriage Boots, black velvet with silk quilted lining, fur trimmed.. .$3.05 SLIPPERS FOR MEN Opera and Everotts. tan and black leather, $1.40 Opera, Evorott and Romeo stylos, in tan and black kldskln. leather lined....... $1.08 Cavalier Boots; odds and ends of our $3.50 quality, per pair, at $2.48 SLIPPERS FOR CHILDREN Fur trimmed felt slippers 08c Comfy style felt slippers, at .08c Crochet Slippers at 60c and 08c No Gift Can be More Appropri ate or More Acceptable to a Woman of Refined Tastes Than PERFUMES We are recognised everywhere as Omaha's one great perfume center. Tho newest and most delightful odors from the leading perfumers ot Europe and America are here. Many In fanoy boxes for gifts. Among tho fascinating odors wo featuro are: Mary Garden Margaret Oarre lXose Pompom Mason Iiescaut Vera Violetta Ideal Larletta Azurca La Trefle Pompeia Ilose Roseo Gardenia Muguet Soul of Violet Halcyon Hose All rare and choice odors, In our Per fume Section Main Floor. Perrin's Kid Gloves We have the distinction of being the exclu sive agent for Perrin's gloves In this section. Our varieties of Perrin's street and evening gloves were never before so complete as they aro now. Prices range as follows in 2-clasp short gloves: "Corona" brand, ovenseam sewn, Paris point backs, at 91. -'5 "Eglantine" brand, real kid, overseam, 3 row embroidery, at $1.50 "La Mitre" brand, real French national kid overseam, at $1.75 "Elysoe" brand, beet French kid, plain or fancy, now at $2.oo "Belfort" quality, finest real French national kid, pique sewn 82.00 Prices on Perrin's 16-button length kid gloves are $2.85, $3.50 and $1.00 Other makes specially priced.. Women's 16-button length white kid gloves now at $1.08 Watch, our first window on Douglas Street (next to 16th St.) Displays of special interest every day. Greatest values of the Holiday season. ADVANCE NOTICES of SPECIAL SALES SATURDAY Original Oil Paintings at $8 Wo bought from a famous art collector in New York just 75 original oil paintings all beautifully framed, all absolutely in first class condition and boxed in their original crates for shipment. Excellent subjects. Values ac tually as high as ?35 each, Saturday at eight dollars. We have determined to dispose of All the ORIENTAL RUGS in our entire stock at a discount of from 30 to 50 per cent in order to sell them all before in ventory. These rugs are in all sizes; many beautiful designs. This will be the mo3t re markable offer in Oriental rugs we ever made i " I I GARAGE OTOR AFTER WIFE A. B. Cameron is Commissioned as Officer to Get Her. GOES TO SALT LAKE CITY Ills Wife TWc Ttorlr Little Child and Leave, for the Went with Conductor of a Uln Inar Car. Actlne as a repreentatlv of tha Omaha pollc department. A 13. Cam eron, 5l Houslas street, ownr or a Krse. at 5SB-05 Harney street, has gons to Opden. Vtah. to persuade his wife, who ran away with a dlnlna car con ductor, George Nichols, to return horns or deliver into the father's keeping their 4-year-old child. Mrs. Cameron and KlcholN who had Iimii Uvlnc at the Cameron home, wero arretted by the Ogden police and the Omaha authorities were notified. Instead of send:np a policeman to bring back the recreant wife. Chief of Police Dunn, after telegraphing tha chief of police of Ogden that a man was on his way to tax chans ot the runaway, called Cameron, and tha husband was sent alone to meet tha conductor and his wife. Thu Cameron home at 23M Douglas Is cine! to all lnaulrers and his employes at the garage say merely that "ha was called out of town on most important business" and "will return tonight" Th utorv of Mrs. Camerons sudden flight first leaked out of railroad offices. but the railroad officials have declined to have anything to do with tha affair, baying It "Is purely local" and not of In- rst to tha road. They left the matter Lot the apprehension of Nichols, an Oro- gon Short Una employe, eoiejy wun uio police. Cameron appeared chiefly con cerned about tha child. WYOMING WEATHER LIKE THAT OF THE BANANA BELT Wyoming, according to the weather re ports of tho railroads operating out into that state, is right In the heart of the banana be't. Reports Indicate that around Casper and west of Cheyenne, the day started in with temperatures ranging from 15 to CO degrees above xero, with a Chinook wind blowing in through the mountain passes. All through the west It U clear. NEWSIES' GHRI&TMAS FEED George Brandeis Orders Leaders to Provide Good Heals, TAKE THEM TO RESTAURANTS Two Hundred of the Lads Who Sell Taper oa the Street Are to Be Taken Care Of by Omaha Merchant. V Newsboys ot Omaha, thanks to George Brandeis ot the Brandeis stores, will feed this Christmas on turkey and an abun dance of Yuletlde trimming. Two hundred strong, under the generalship of Proba tion Officer Mogy Bernstein, they will adjourn on tha holiday to any cafe se lected by Bernstein and will there be ' fattened beyond all believing. Mike Barta ot The Bee will captain his bunch. Harry Uraceman will serve for the World-Herald and Sam Blgman for the News. Mr- Brandeis Is but following a custom which he started some years ago, before 1 coming to Omaha, and the newsboys are j certainly assured of a fin Christmas i dinner, J Stranger Who Euns Up Hotel Bill and Forges Check Skips After running up a board bill of over S0 In less than a week of high living at the Rome hotel and working the pro jrletor for $90 on a forged ihe-k, i smooth stranger, who registered a "Charles B. Monroe, Kansas City," dis appeared a few days ago without payln.; his bill or settling the check matter Now the police are looking for him with a warrant charging forgery, and hotel men In nearby cities have been advised to be on the lookout for further swindles. An old blank voucher check of the 11. C. Peters Milling company was used by tha man. and several signatures on It have been declared forgeries by the mill ing firm, which has Interested Itself in his capture. A Life Problem Solved I by that great health tonic. Electric Bit- ters, Is the enrichment of poor, tiilu blood, and strengthening the weak. Mo. For sal by your druggist Advertiso. meat.