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am BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JANUAKY 2G, 1914.
BEIEF CITY NEWS SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK Ht Boot Print It Now Beacon Prtse, Life Inc.? Tei. Venn Mutual, Could. Slectrlo Supplies Burgess-Granden Co. ridsllty Storage and Van Co. D. 1514 Xnnt with Burgess-Naili A. W. Hunt, for several years with Orchard & Wit helm, has been appointed .buyer and man ager for the floor covering and draping department for Burgess-Nash company. State Bank of Omaha 4 per cent pall on lime uuposits; 2 per cent oald on sav ings accounts. ' All deposits In this bank are protected by the depositors' guaran tee fund of tho state of Nebraska Club to Entertain The Research club will ciileiiHia at cards unci uhuciiic -Monday evening at Metropolitan hall. All friends of tho members aro cordially n vlted. Goes After Pianos Mr. William II. Rchmollcr left last night for Chicago. New York and other eastern cities, where he will purchase the spring stock j pianos for the Schmoller & Mueller stores. Is Taken to Hospital Mrs. Harry Urlscoll, who was injured In tho tornado at Forty-first and Karnam streets, has been taken to the Methodist hospital suf fering from nervous trouble, tho result, It la thought, of the Injury. Sha Peters Trust company confine Itself solely to trusteo and Investment business and Is therefore not affected by the ups and downs of finance It is ad vantageous to estates of whatsoever size to havo It named as executor or trustee. airs, Atkinson to Address Unity Club Mrs. Ada 1. Atkinson will address the next meeting of tho Unity club, Wednes day evening at tho public library, when sho will take as her topic "Woman Suf frage." A general discussion will follow. Verdict Against Street Hallway Mrs. Alzlna Crltchftcld, widow of Harlon Crltchfield, who was killed In a streot car accident at Twenty-fourth and Tem pleton streets October 3, 1912, was given a verdict of $6,000 against the street rail way company by a jury In Judge Sears' clstrlct court. Seeks AEra. Ormsby M. M. Ormsby, Maple Park, 111., has written the city health department for Information as to the whereabouts of Mrs. Jennlo E, Ormsby, nee Turner. Ormsby says uo has not heard from her for years. Search of tho death records revealed that sho had not died here. Seed Talks Standard Car Superln tendent C. M. Iteed of the railway malt service la In Kansas City for the monthly meeting of the railway mall clerks' or ganlzatlon. He will deliver an address on the new typo of standard mall car, which was designed by a committee, of wlilch Mr. Iteed Is tlie chairman. Women Are Tlned Nelllo Black, 1020 Harney street, and Inez Davis, 1018 Har ney street, were each fined $75 and costs In police court for conducting a disorderly house. Alice Black, an Inmate of the former house, was fined $50 and costs. All wero threatened with a lall sentence for a repetition of the offense. fcnud Larsen Sella Parm Knud Liar sen has sold his farm of 100 acres, four and one-half miles north of Florence, to TV E. Stevens for $16,000. The sale was made through J. H. Dumont & Co. Mr. Larsen wilt move to San Luis valley, Colorado, about March 1. He will put under cultivation a 200-acro Irrigated farm ho has there. Delaney Arrested lor Forffery J. P. Dolaney, laborer, was arrested by De tectives Sullivan and Lahey for tha forgery of bliecks tn small amounts to . ' i - .M T T1 Inlnln ma- in inn extent ui fiw. u. x. uu.iv,,. named forged. Delaney declares that failure to securo work at his trade of bricklaying and an appetite for strong drink lead to his downfall. Damaged Houses Must Coma Down City Commissioner C. H. Wlthnell has ordered two two-story brick buildings, at Thirty-eighth and Davenport streets torn downs becauao they are dangerous. Tho houses wero partially wrecked by tho tornado. They havo not been repaired. Unless the owners tear them down tho city will proceed to do It and tax tho cost to the owners. Insurance Debt Divided Th North western National Fire Insurance com pany, against which a verdict of $1.0o0 was rendered by a Jury In Judge Estelle's district court in favor of the owner cf Idlewild hall, wrecked by the tornado, has prorated tho loss with the National Fire Insuranco company of Hartford. The former company will pay $444.45 and tho latter $555.55, according to a stipula tion tflled In court. PRACTICAL VALUE TO HOMES AIM OF GROCERS' SHOW Brief Review of Events in Nearby Institutions. MANY MIDWINTER ACTIVITIES Ilcported Abandonment of Inter Xorinnt Debutes Thin Yenr Wnyncnml Kenrncj- Unit, Pern Got? Ahcnil. The annual tntcrnormal dobatcs for 1914 havo been given up, owing to the inablU Ity of tho Kearney and Wayno Normals to handle their part of tho financial end of tho contests. Much disappointment Is felt by iho Peru Normal students that the other normals will be unablo to carry out their part of tho debates, but they have determined to go on with their pre liminaries as It nothing had happened. Tho debating committee of Peru has de cided to havo a final contest, In which tho winners of the preliminaries will compete for prizes. The first prize will bo a cold medal and $25; tho second n gold medal and $10, ana the third a gold medal. Superintendent C. B. Mooro of Osceola, a former debater of Peru, nlso offers each year a gold medal to the best debater. C. Ivan Winslow, Beaver City; Charles MatUH. Falls City; 11 K. Frye, Panama; John K. Stoddard, Auburn; Edith Olan der, Wilcox; Jessie Connell, Simpson; Esther Green, Dlller; IJlllan Powers, Feru; Robert Vernon, Trenton; A. Ray mond Scott, Trenton; A. Jlmmerson, Lib erty; II. E. Harvcry, Star; William Ogg, Peru; Erma E. Nelson, Nebraska City; Harry Hahlbeck, Wlsner; Frank Dallam, Peru; Verne Chatclaln, Peru; Casslus Kennedy, Peru; Bert Dressier, Nemaha; Ray Robertson, Auburn; Laura Mack prang, Peru; Beth Monfort, Randolph, and Zoa Worden, Peru, aro tho ones who will take part In tho preliminaries. Miss NIra Stewart of Sheldon, la., has been elected to take charge of tho sev enth grade of tho Albion public schools. Harrison Lino of Dlller has been elected to a position In Jefferson county. Miss Mame Mullen of O'Neill, who will graduate In June, has been selected to a place In tho Junior normal faculty at O'Neill to tako tho place of Miss Foster of AVcst Point, who has resigned. Miss Ada Cook of Beatrice has been elected to a position In the Cook schools to take the place of Miss Harriett Carter, an alumna of Peru, who was married last Sunday. On Thursday morning the senior clas3 held a special class meeting, to which the faculty and classes were Invited. They had readings, quartet selections, solos, cornet duets and piano quartet se lections, which furnished a splendid en tertainment. Miss Rulon of the library' has cata logued 1,049 since October and will have about 1,000 more to catalogue by June. Rev. G. W. Gardner of Brownvllle Is again In school after a period of absence In which he was holding revival meetings at Bethel and Brownvllle. FREMONT COLLEGE. tings college, but now of Grand Island college. Cuon entering tho rresbyterlan church cne notices a good poster of Hastings college, nicely framed, also a list of the Hastings ColUgo society mcinbeis resid ing In Hastings Prof. De Champs, who has been les turlns; on psychology of the face, has In terested a largo number of our students and faculty. DOAM1 COLLEGE. CollrstP 1'rnsrrnm rinh Will Give Frldny Evcnlnjr. The departments of musle und expres sion held a public recital Friday evening. Tho mid-year examinations begin Mon day and tho first semester closes Friday. Tho homo oratorical contest will bo held In Lee Memorial chapel Frtdny evening, Januiry 30. Tho third number of tho college . club program Is to bo next Friday evening, tinder tho direction of the Junior class. Tho program will bo In two parts, tho girls presenting a one-act comedy and tho boys will stage something of an original nature. Tho third number of a series of picture talks was given at the science building Thursday evening by Profs. Hosford and Carlson. Miss Olive Hester returned Wednesday from Norden, Neb., whoro she has been for the last month. Her absenco from school was necessary to establish her residence on a homestead taken last sum mer. Mrs. Orth of Spencer, la., is spending a fow days at Gaylord hall visiting hor daughter, Buda, and Mlas Floy Cooper. Elwell Johnston of Ewlng, Neb., visited his brother, H. II. Johnston, oer "Sun day. Prof. A. G. Hcyhoo represented tho 'col lego at the meeting of tho Nebraska As sociation of Colleges nt Hastings, Friday. Mrs. M. E. T. Sheldon of Lincoln spent several days nt Doane this week. Brio addressed tho students in chapel Thurs day. In the afternoon she was the guest of honor at a reception In Gaylord hall. Mrs. Sheldon was for many years pro fessor of English literature and dean of womon In tho college. Sho returned to Lincoln Friday. the work of Mr. Ilotchklss, who "called'' for tho old-fHRhlonrd square dame, wmi particularly well done. Tho scenery was especially pleasing, tho stately minuet wan very well executed and Miss ltoth well certainly deserves a great deal of credit for her ability In staging a piny and selecting tho chaiactcrs for tho dif ferent parts. At a meeting of the faculty on Monday, January 19, Miss Wirt gave a very Inter esting account of her work In the Ypsl lantl Normal school during the first sem ester of last year. She also told of her visit to tho DoKalb (111.) Normal and the nunc icncucrs college oi . eunr . ri,.. n ni it t In r,' . , , .. I Shanahan's order to vncclnato all school t n" ? CJ I ,C , ? ' ?, n ' children who have been exposed to small- Th n ',n" n H'" or to exclude them from school for ' Tho Cities of UollnnA before tho ! ... . .. , AFFAIRS ATJOUTII OMAHA City Physician Snys Law Same in All Parts of the Town. MUST OBEY HEALTH RULES I'oM Pollcrmnn nt School li Set Hint Children Xnt Vncolnntcil llo Not Return t'nlll l.nime f Twi-be l)n. Indigestion, Gas or Sick, Sour Stomach Tlmo It! "Pnpo'n Dlnpcpsln" make your upset, bloated stomach foci flno In Nvo minutes. blissful ignorance of the idhcr's pre-emp tion on his heart brats, lie Is alleged to haxa told each of the three girls that ho was all ready to leae for California except for k slight stringency In the money market. To overcome this he pro- twsed to abstract h few nlcknocks from the homo of Mlglorc. The police claim j he obtained nomo clothes and other , things. Then each girl began to urge "Really does" put bad stomachs In hasty departure for tho land of the ct- order "really does" overcome Indigos- ting sun. Tho Inevitable happened and tlon, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sour- tho three girls learned of the faithless- , n nve mlnutes-that-Just that ncss of lteiiny. Then them was a united mae,, rapo'j Dlapepsln tho largest sell- movement of the throe upon Chief ot )ns stomach regulator In tho world. If Detectives James ftieohaii. Each olio de- wniU you cat ferments Into stubborn tailed tho unfaithfulness of Hen nnd then iumpg yoU i dch Bns and cructato sour, as a moro sldo Ihsiih remarked upon tho un(nBCtcd fcod and acid; head Is dlizy Informal way In which he hrul recouped ana BC,pa; breath foul; tongue coated; Woman's club of the city on Tuesday oft-, ernoon, January JO. Through tho efforts of Mrs. Grace E. Steadman of the department of voval music and Fred Patip, manager of the opera house, the St. Paul Symphony or chestra has been secured for an after noon and evening concert on April T. This company Is composed of fifty-two men and six soloists. Miss Alma lloslo ot the department of German talked to tho young women ot the Culture club on ''Raphael's Hours" on Thursday evening. ngltat'ou among certain pntrons ot Lin coin school who undertook to doty tho or ders ot tho city physlclHn. A matters now stand tho city physician with tho aid of Pollro Officer Joo Potnch, has up held his order and says ho means to cn fnrco It as long as ho remains In charge ot tho city health. Homo days ago n little girl pupil of Lincoln school was pronounced a hlx wardrobe Shenhati comforted tne stricken ones ns best ho could and then mndo after Hon. llo found him yester day morning hiding under a bed at Twenty-seventh and N streets. Old Arc Tcnin to 'l'rnvel. .teller's Old Ago team, with Brlggs as captain, will attend tho International bowling tournament at Minneapolis Feb ruary 11 to 19. Tho tram Is composed of rtrli-ir. rniitnlni FlURcrnld, Peterson, Diamond Thief Runs Into Arms smallpox pntlont. The disease was Koch, Hull, Chndd nnd Keuy. iney win In a light form, hut Ktlll small-1 leavo South Omaha about February 13 nrt nnd l.nvlnir tlin niunlhllltv .if or 13. Tim South Omaha lortgUO will hold spreading an epidemic Dr. K. J. Bhana- ; Its own tournament somewhere about the han at once took chargo of the situation inlddlo of March. Tho season closes auoui and after vaccinating tho little patient ' April 1. I'oMnl WlndotvK tinen nt Mnt. Postmaster John Wharton has In structed Superintendent ot Malls Lew Ettor to keep tho local office open every evenlnc from 7 to 9 o'clock for tho con venience of thnso who work during tho ordered tho school fumigated and tha children oxposcd, either vaccinated or lmr,wl frn.il nltni.ilAt.PA fr, t. Iivnlvn .I.,.. of a Detective h."--. ' mlttcd to tho orders of tho city physician, your Instdes filled with bllo and Indigest ible waste, remember tho moment "Pape's Dlapepsln" comes In contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvelous, and the Joy Is Its harmlessncss. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dla pepsln will give you a hundred dollars worth ot satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It s worth Its weight In gold to mn and women who can't get their stom achs regulated. It belongs In your hom should always bo kept handy In cao of a sick, sour, upset stomach during tho day or at night It'a the quickest, surest and most harmless stomach doctor In the world. Advertisement. Plans sufficiently carried forward to enable the management of tho Grocers' Low CoBt of Living show demonstrate that the earlier Ideas of the- originators of tho show can be, and will be, carried out. It was thought advisable to con ccntrate the best efforts of the executive committee on exhibits that will Illustrate how a reduction In the "high cost of living" may be brought about through the purchasing power of Omaha house wives. A careful scrutiny has been made of the applications for space and those showing modern, up-to-date food prod ucts of first-Class quality and utensils and devices for the preparation and care of ! the same havo received tho most fa vorable attention. Asking to bo shown some diamonds, it Uut thero wero others who refused to bo day. Tho stamp nnd general dollvery man giving tho namo of Charles Welling- vaccinated. Shannhan then ottered them departments are tho ones Involved In the ton. ontorcd tho Lottls storo near Six- the alternative ot remaining away from I postmaster's ordor. Heretofore tho office teenth and Harney last night and upon school for twelvo days. Somo of the par- I was closed at 6 p. in. It U the intcn- belng offered a stono for examination, ho 0nts, it Is understood. Undertook to over- j tlon ot tho postmaster to mako tho local seized it and ran. rldo the order. Shnnohan paid a dallv nfflco m efficient ns posslblo for tho At Fifteenth and Howard streets ho ylslt to the school and ordered each child natrons. He makes this latest ordor for ran Into tho nrms of Dotoctlvo Jim who had not obeyed tho order from tho ; the convenience of the many working Donahoo, and was token to tho pollco room. Then ho posted a policeman at i pooplo who cannot come to the offlco dur- station, uo saia mat nis nomo is in tno door and gavo him orders to seo that Canton, O. A great crowd assisted In tha tho children sent homo for not obeying chase nnd acted as bodyguard for tho his order did not return within tho pro- detective while ho was holding tho man, Old Frame Structure This year marks the forUeth annl- DeStlWed bV YlTG Set versnrv of Trnf A. Tl TTnlw.l.11,1'. I U U By Hoys flaying Uraps noctlon with Doane and) a celebration of this fact is planned to bo held during commencement week. hers. YANKTON COLLEGES. scribed period. "There are only about a doren children who have not complied with tho law," said tho city physician last night "They will obey tho law or they will not return to school. There Is no pleasure or profit In this matter for mo. I am simply do ing my duty by tho cltlrens". When tl people demurred as to tho diagnosis I ln- An.old frame storo building at Twelfth v,ltet l2c, V ca" nny othcr PhyMclarf the Day of Brief Mention of the Week's Hnl- IieiiliiBrs. Leroy do Longpre of Maxwell, Neb., formerly of California, who recently im pleted the pharmacy course and passed the stato board examination, left for his homo a fow days ago. M. do Longpre is a relative of Paul de Longpre, the 'American" flower painter, who died sev. eral months ago in Los Angeles. Prof. John W. Phillips Is preparing t program for tho Woman s club to bo held Wednesday evening, January 28, nt 8:15 In the Presbyterian church. He will have for his subject- "Tho Influence of Wagner on Modern Opera." Prof. Ray gave a very interesting talk In chapel Friday morning on the sub ject "Stlck-to-lt-Iveness," illustrating his themo with a few personni experiences, which were not only nmuBlng, but strictly to tho point. Quite a number of students from a long distance registered for the second winter term, which opened January 20. Among them Is Oustav Wefel of Oldenburg. Germany. Mr. Wefel Is finely educated It) his native language and will devote his entire time In college to the study ot English. Tha piano department, under the direc tion of Prof. Oscar Schavland, Is larger than ever before at this season of the year. Mr. Schavland is one of the busiest men about tho Institution. Prof. Mohler has sufficiently recovered from his recent illness to resume his class work and the glad hand was hap pily extended to him by both students and faculty. v Edwin Smalls of Omaha visited chapel Thursday morning and delighted the audi ence with two violin selections, "Medita tion" by Massenet and "Pcrlno Serenade." Mr. Smalls was for many years a pupil of Prof. Swihart, and, although having embarked In business life, keeps abreast of tho times In violin. HASTINGS COLLEGE. Notable Observance of Prayer. The day of prayer of colleges was ob served at Yankton collego Thursday. Rev. H. W. Jamison, '91, of Bcrcsford, was tho principal speaker present. Serv ices wore held In tho collego chapel In tho forenoon and at tho Congregational A1ltfk I 1 t A A 1. - . I- .. - Irfl.UlUU lit 111(7 UVCUlHtt. 11 UUU1 UL illCBfl I S US" f meetings Mr. Jamison spoke earnestly Q JyJQJ0 JYien I011 uiiu uiuquuimy upon wio opportunities and responsibilities of collego men and women. Tho morning address was pre ceded by song services and was followed by class and group meetings for prayer. All the meetings were well attended. The second semester opened with sub' stantlal additions to tho enrollment, S03 Dr. A. S. Pinto of Omnha, a former army surgeon and one of tho leading physi cians of Omaha, was called. He diag nosed tho caso in tho samo manner as I had done, Tho law Is plain airto my dutr. v nen l attended tho children on tho west sldo and in tho poorer districts in such cases my orders woro not questioned. They oboyed tho law. Tho law as to health Is the same for the children in tho north end as it Is for those, living In tho west end as far as I am concerned." Ono Cnll TMin-. J. B. Saunders, a painter and naner hanger, spent Friday night and Satur day In Jail, because ho had the bad taste to mako two visits In ono even i It.,- Hnnn 1 1 .. . . . . . . ti,- ttI!.i cini-. Ii.m. -i'"" milium iiuuir, nouso Kin " ""'" ilIUUb - f II,. !,,. m irnli.i. . . tlon in Omaha has received orders to " "T moon' twenty and Plerco streets was destroyed by fire last night. Tho placo was closed up and locked, but a gang of boys In tho neigh borhood hod made it a rendezvous and lively crap grames were often In prog ress. It is believed a cigarette, stub Is responsible tor this blaze as also for three others that havo occurred there. Tho building was tho property of Georgo Graham. Navy Are Wanted ceaso the enlistment of electricians for third and A streets. Saunders was taken IU1IO 1UI .. , ... ..... V ... .. different students being registered In all the navy, that branch of the sen-Ice being Zll ZZ departments since September g. This r "'1. lu iu" ""c ,K"1.' . . . According to his tnrv. R,.n.w. h. . .t....u li i A-t I Thn IfircrA ntimhAr nf rn. nl armnnta litf I . biiuuiu bivo uiQ lunnuonmiB caiaiub-uo n i . ' " w teloPhono encnfrnmnt a vf.lf mi.. ai a ii i I tnrr tttn flat VAni. ).n. m n a I mnrn ..IT. I " " - 1 " ' " " 11 . ' recura enrollment. "- "'"- - pr dnv nlvht it. ii., m. - T-i . . . . . .... I fln.ilt i-..nr 4- U ....... I . --w iu.U Ul l"tj J.IIIUI ino rouna proiessorsnip tnermom- "-" vuub iuu m cmi mc nuvjr, ,., . , . Ar" In thl. 7w.w. nliimni nt thn nnd tho Dreferenco Is of course belnir irlven " t-mpioyca ana " ..." .. .-........ i - - l pninvOfl n VIRlf ff v1 n .In.ll .m .. a...r. ,1.1- ... l.i.. In llinu nrhn nnnur hnit .niiln,1 fur thn 7 ' ' " " """" ""lunuii, iliuil WIUUW'I DHUWD WHO 1UI1U. 11U.V llllK I - I - -.uuw v,utri.vu " -"I'll.-. en., fT I ! I . , . j . . . . .... ...1 i. I"" '"ivmuil IIIIIICU UlUt it raiseu oy me aiumni ana lormer siuaonis I nuuv . iHmn tn ,.n cn., , .. . of tho collego to bo 13,612. Tho objective Tho annual report of the recruiting I,"1 J; Sta 11??' ,10W0Ver. hat added endowment of the college. shows that leas than one of each f our " wo'.ia return tor Coach Kerr was In attendance at tho applicants for enlistment, is accepted. Of u" "or. lno laml,y Dakota-Minnesota athlotlc conference at tho 75,457 who applied during the year, only St. Paul early In the month. Ho reports n,9l8 wero accepted for service. Out of those accepted, nearly one-third of tho total number wero men who ro-lnllstcd. an Interesting, satisfactory and well attended meeting. Now rulings of Im portanco were agreed upon. WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY. Gcrlimr Citizens Subscribe Thousand llnllnrn for Endowment Fnnil. Vice Chancellor Schrcckengast has been In Chicago for a fow days attending meeting ot tho National Sunday School board. had gone out When ho returned somo tew minutes later, Tlllotson, himself. aliswcred tho door boll. Ho ousDected Saunders and instead of calling tho girl inc., iv-......u, . .,..,., Onnnfl... . Thoy liked it so well they went back R 7; ".m " ..I" . . Into the navy," said Lieutenant Lorsh- " ,,' i V I. a' bough, in charge ot the recruiting station cl " 1 Tl'8 ! W v. fn fh. v j the" Is nothing special against him, but hero for the navy. i (Vln, . ,,, .... - Of the 10,201 men who wore discharged w" "uMu. 11. . J 1 iL. 1A1B At I ' WW UIIU rtllCUIIOIl. irum mo nuvy uunns uio year wia, uicra nuni,hnn n wnunt T.n,,M.in. .uu u,o w.iu .u-cuou polygamous propensities, lies in durance. unamer lenn oi lour yeai. chamed with rnl.lilnir thn hnmn nf ic Chancellor Fulmer gave an address to M ,3 er cent wcre cltlzcn8 of the United .tT.u. .ln 5?"? the students at chapel last Thursday states. Of this percentage 90.22 per cent "; ,V ","""oa u, u "nBmn u"r.s nrnln n,, -Th lTrrnlm'. Aid Work " ' I , .. L-....i. of t,irec 'nlr damsels to each of whom ........... . .. 1 tiro nuiive uuni mm u.vi iur tcm iinvuiui- Projeeted Sanimer Conference Yoanjf I'eoplr. for Do You Frar Constipation f Dr. King's New Discovery will help cure cough or cold, no matter how chronic It is; try it today. SOc and $1.00. For sale by all druggists. Advertisement Illenae Heard from Asrntn. COLUMBIA. 8. C Jan. 25.-Governor Colo Blease today replied to the legisla ture's proposal to strip him ot the power of executive clemency by commuting tho sentences of fourteen convicts In the state .penitentiary. Including four murderers. This brings the governor's commutation record for January up to forty. Omesra Oil Rheumatism and Lumbago If you fufler from Rheumatism or Lumbapo, rub the aching, parts with Omega Oil, then toakapiece of flan nel with the Oil, lay it on the place that hurts and coyer with dry flannel. This simple treatment has brought nights of peaceful rest to people who have suffered agonies. Trial bottle 10c The department of young people's work of the Presbyterian Church of America has Just signified Us willingness to or ganlze a summer conference at Hastings college for the young people of this sec tlon of the country west of the Missouri river. A splendid program will be ar ranged at the expense of the national board and only a nominal enrollment fee will be charged. A recent Issue of tho bulletin published by the National Educational association shows Miss Grace Shepperd, class '91. Hastings College, Is still treasurer of that organization, a position she has oc cupled for the last three years. Prof, Fuhr gave a reading at chapel on Friday from "As a Man Thlnketh" and Prof, Kent on Saturday gave an account of the scientific gathering held at Princeton during the holidays, which Prof. Kent had the privilege ot attend ing. At the oratorical contest held at tho Presbyterian church on Monday Roland Scott was chosen to represent the col lege at tho state contest to be held at WesJeyan. February 16. The other rep resentatives of the seheol were 8tephen Weyer and P. L. Byram. During the past semester the college has conducted evening classes in Eu ropes,n history and trigonometry. Theje seem to havo met with so much favor that a like course will be pursued the coming semester providing enough rcg Ister to warrant giving the work. There seems to be considerable call now for beginning German. Prof. Cunningham will probably have a class In this sub Je'ct the coming semester beginning Feb ruary 2. Collego credit can be secured for this work- Semester examinations begin next week and close January 30. Among the visitors at cAapel the past wesk are Mr Newell of Gleuvlllo and He 'trt Taft a former student of Has In tho South and Its Bearing on the zej Negro Problem." An interparliamentary union has been organized among tho students, the oh .lect bolng to promote debate and oratory Membership Is limited to men In the Col lego of Liberal Arts, Vice Chancellor Schreckengast held meetings at Gerlng, Neb., and received $1,000 toward the endowment fund. Tho faculty and seniors have been matched for gnmes of Indoor base ball and volley ball. About ten faculty men are out at each practice for the sako of exercise and recreation. Prof. J. C. Jensen of the department of physics gave an Illustrated lecture on Aerial Navigation" to the Junior de partment ot the Lincoln Young Men's Christian ansoclatlon last Friday evening. Tho Ladles' Glee dub of .over fifty voices sang several selections at convo cation last Wednesday morning. The ladles' quartet also rendered two num- Of tho wholo number of men In tho Mlgloro at Twenty-eighth and II streets, UUVy 111 UlU llllin UI UIO lUl'Ull, j .....point ..... "tlirTinrt lit." tn thn nllnn In the navy are 1,787 men who are non residents. Among these are 1,137 Filipinos, 232 Chinese and 200 Japanese. These men constitute the native Insular force In tha Philippines, nnd also officers, cooks, stewards and mess attendants aboard ships of tho navy. Aside from this list, none but American citizens ere now cn listed In tho navy. For the fiscal year 1913 there wcre dls charged 10,201 men who were entitled by nature of their discharge to re-enllst. Of this number 5,833 re-enllated, or a total of 57 per cent, as against 51 per cent for the previous year. Applicants acceptod who failed to en- llfet, 5,121; rejected for physical disability, 39,070; rejected for other causes, 13,318. ho Is said to have sworn eternal lovo and a trip with himself to the coast to see the world's fair and othcr things. lien for a long tlmo was successful tn keeping each of his three flames In in,- thn dnv. Now they nro compeueu m got stamps nt local drug stores and hare ( to send for their mail uunus mu Tho now order goes Into effect tomorrow. Mimic t ity ii"ii. , ... itnmn ponkliiit and baking, meals with distinctive homo service. Mrs. Jonte, tso. 2317 The Mystlo Workers' social to bo held Tuesday, January 27, will bo for members rJt. a.i iini.m ninh will be ntor- talnod, at the homo ot Kdward Curran. "MrsV'jamcV'sheehan will entertain the members of tho Now Century club Thura- ..Office space for rent m Bee o ice. 2318 ri flireot. Terms ruiujuiumiu. a location. Tel. iSouth 27. i via Vnllnrlr find baby aro visiting with Mrs. F. Q. ltteri it ner home, 1313 North Twenty-fifth street. . I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tannor navo Invitations for a 7 o'clock dinner foil""1 by whist for next Wednesday evening. Dr. nnd Mrs. It. K. Kchmdol will eoter taln the mombors of tho DTIday Lvenlng Dinner club nt a 7 o'clock dlnnor Friday Gvonlnif 1 Mrs. H. McCulloch entertained at p., luncheon complimentary to Mrs. Pol ock of Chicago and Mrs. W. A. Pollock . Wednerdny. , I Mrs. T. II. Parker, assisted by Mrs. Ed. nurson, entertained tho members of the m n . ...... tii.jHn,rihif nftnrnnnll nt I A UB-Ol-V lir UlULF tl i-mifcoun ..-.v. ...- auction bridge. Miss Edna Farmsworth of Gretna. Nh., Is the guost ot Miss Cordelia McCulloch for a few days. Miss Furmsworth wns formerly of South Omaha. . . rH.l-A nM ,l,n.n hknnflt thn JM M, d V 1ULUUIIU, w ,, 1 1 u . ' u . ..... . - D6 Noycr-Danlo company gavo a per formance yesterday at the Orpheum tne ntcr, will turn ovor about S150 to the bonetlctary, Mr p. v. N'nuchtln entertained the Montlccllo Bridge club Tuesday afternoon mt hi,, nnnrtmnnl nn thn Harold. F1VC tables were placed for tho game, the prize being awarded to Mrs. wiuiam nooti mire. Mrs. Bert Anderson entertained compli mentary to Mrs. Grover Ingwerson. who leaves soon for hor new homo in V ulton. 111.. Thursday. A number of entertain ments will bo given In her honor. Mrs. Gus Ingwerson of Omaha will glvo a luncheon Wednesday In her honor. Ladles' or gentlemen's suits cleaned and pressed for a dollar. Other prices In n..n.,iinn rim. work is nliwolutclv guar anteed to glvo satisfaction. Gloves and ties cleaned free for our customers. Phono SOUTH 33D2 and wagon will call. Globe Cleaners nnd Dyers, COO N. 25th St Miss Boulnh Carter entertained tho Phllathea of the First Christian church ut dinner Friday ovonlng. 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