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Ciitifvh f I hir 1'ntln r. Mi losU ,r,
tt gitit lh nil M-n U.st wotiimi
ltml I limiw'tmM ilru Ige,
"Hm lns.rrte.1 Kir! of Hot f ul urt," si
Ml't, "will l m frtw ljr rMrfiUv
luetltmls, half llio fsinlhi en k .ttr
twKvln dim Intuit Mis, t-H n.inlf.l
dining room, with ins ilivLM .m
MM nmntiff ho fsmilns ho r II n.
fr1ttr. Another MtiUm i.f imiiwki.
iiB will t lmj.llfi,,l ,y n, wt f (
future cookliitf. O.mhI r,k may m
ntrts, but all nsklntf Is dv. r.l.-in. We
re 'lng ilanjtiTtmtly through the rr
of annual Mcrllie, iwtvteiieil stanh,
boflfl dotiith nl ellulu.l .l.. Tim irlrl
of the futuro will Blmtwloti tlmso imwitu
of siileblo mnl ndnjit a wliolrmuup, tint,
ornl dint, inrtfety of tho fruits which
eoino to tit In mii'li orderly tirwlim
ml gotioiwm nljundiinco, rrmly for two,
n economy of timeaml Inlmrntid money,
nd jcliilly of ficnlth, which I licyotnl
"llouBoclcnnliiK will not In) ft bug
doo to tlie girl of the future. It wns
woman who wrote that tnvlnncholy iss-tn
xriroesinfr the desire to 'ale lu autumn
tltno.' She wanted to gut away Ix-fore
tbo fall cleaning let lu. The house of
the future will be cleaned skillfully and
thoroughly by companies organized for
that purpose. It will be the work of a
day, not the dread of months and tho
labor of week. It result will be a
onso of freshnos and immunity from
dineuse, instead of backache, nervous
prostration, collapse and an influx of put
"The girl of the future thun will select
ber own avocation and take lu-r own train
ing for it If she be a houso worker, as a
majority prefer to bo, she will be so vul
liable on that line as to command great
respoct and good wages. If she be an
architect or jeweler or an electrical en
gineer or a steam plow driver, she will
not rob cook by mutilating a dinner or
a dressmaker by amuteur cutting and
tewing or a milliner by erecting her own
bonnet, not ft bit sooner than she will
boy pine and brimstone and make her
own matches and embarrass the original
"Matches are satisfactory already.
Cooking will be when cooks choose their
profession for love of it and are trained
and paid and honored and people are
flnod who cook without knowing how.
The dressmaker by choice and prepara
tion will be an artist, and the girl of the
future will not come apart at unseason
able times in public places.
So it will be seen that, although a mi
nority of the girls of the future will
sometimes cbooso and prepare to be law
, vers or astronomer or civil engineers,
iqsftad of housekeepers, the home of tho
future and the husband and in this case
be spells it with a big II will not bo loft
to the mercy of incompetent and exas
perating servants. NotatalL The sew
ing girl of tho future will not be a serv
ant, except In that general sense in which
we are all servant in Just so far as we
serve humanity. We are servants in too
mall degree, every one of us. The
bouse belporwill not be Incompetent.
because the development and training of
woman for her best and truest work
will have extended to her, and she will bo
maid of housework because she loves it
and is better adapted to it than to any
otner employment, She will presido in
the kitchen with skill and edorice, and
you will not pay her f 0 a month and ask
tier to take as part of he wagns a dirty
woolen petticoat ana a pair of inistuntod
shoes, importunate for repairs; neither
will you underfeed tier and offer her
OMf A UT T LI ltQ
the I ltl. IiIm tH HimUiIMu
MAfci 1 lMit,
( jH li!ll..tl. IU WMil.
I tit II rtil twM .tU , t .
M.'llVt lll tt ,i tll0 !! I III S
fl. ! window, and Hi fl !, !,.
MW hllil, al.i -l Ulltl lht ) i v fc'lu
DllKtf lit Plto
"V.hi m lm any lnn flw.t
"trii i iiw fl.M
Mliwv.Uy, l)...ii(1lt M ni .f, f
"Atnl H i In li, a ) rt M ir nirt,
II. si t"m sill tiiit and rntimliiiiiii
and nil rtt riv a (tr altim tMi
I on "
'Yti I Its I a SHwth.mrt iVn," and
llif limn lhi"lit an I liiiih'liivl.
"Y'i ttwd l lake lr a flowrf nt-fv
tlinn wrnl .i Iiit, didii'l your
iirn-l the lii(iiisltlvK, kindly hi i flnr
"And Ihey dl-ln't cost very iiim h ns a
rule, iiia iiuyr
Oh, im, but Hint didn't liniknnnvdif-
ft nwv la lu-r. I brought them fresli and
frnirrnnli Hint was riiniuli."
'Why don't ion tnkellieui to tier now?
IMd sluMiiotxMi another In your stead?"
And the florist s voice was syinmt!ietie.
"Uli, iioi I iimrriel her A year bko."
The florist wiilted a moment n if
"And don't you lovo her now?" ho
asked cautiously, a if treading on thin
"Of courso. Wo are very happy. Dut
you know tho flower business doesn't go
"Did sho ever sny so?" asked tho florist
"Well tun r no; I can't say that
sho ever did."
"Have you ever asked her alioiit itr
"No. I never hapts'iied to think of it,
Busy, you know, with all sort of things.
so much inoro practical."
Tho florist didn't answer. He went to
a pot of roses and violets, and taking a
handful ho handed them over to hi lute
"There," ho said, "I give them to you
in remembrance of old times. You might
take them to your wif o, and if she doesn't
like them you can bring thorn back to
But they never came back. Detroit
Eat Dybal l's del iclous Cream Cand ios.
1019 JJougla Ht.
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precarious Ironing board across two
chairs for ft bed.
"The service girl of tho future will 1
paid perhai double or treble her present
wages, with wholesome food, a cheerful
room, an opportunity to wo an occa
sional cousin and somo leisure for recre
ation, At present this would bo ruinous,
and why? Because too frequently tho
family has only one producer. Tho wife
is tho consumer, producing only more
consumers. Daughters grow up and
around a man like 'lilies of tho field.
They toil not, neither do they spin. And
yet I soy unto you that even Bolomon In
all his glory was not arrayed like one of
"A I began to say, every inem1r of
vol family of the future will bo ft pro-
aucer of some kind and in somo degree.
Tho only one who has tho right of ex
emption is tho motlier, tor a child con
hardly bo born with cheerful views of
living whoso mothor's life has been for
Its suko a double burden. From this root
spring melancholy, infidelity, insanity,
suicide, Tho production of human souls
,is tho highest production of all, the otto
which requires most preparation, truest
worth, gravest care and holiest consecra
tion. If the girl of the future recognizes
this truth, she will have made an advance
indeed But opart from this condition
every member of tho family should bo a
material producer, and then the irodu
cer in tho kitchen will get such romunera
ation for her skill as will forbid her to
be the hopeless, shirking, migratory crea
ture of today,
"Much might be said of what the girl
of the future will not do, but time for
bids. Bho will occupy desirable position
and owe her success to her fitness and
worth. Bho will hold and enlarge her
place in the professions. Bho will almost
monopolize lighter occupations, Bho will
fill a majority of tho government offices.
She will bo chief of division, head of bu
reau, consul, superintendentof industrial
schools, director of insane, inebriate and
orphan asylum. Bho will be on the civil
service commission, immigration boards,
bourds of health, inauguration commit
tees, college faculties, in senato and
houso, probably on tho supremo bench,
possibly in the cabinet, perhaps in the
president's chair." Washington Btar.
1. The constitutions of iirlnee are not
superior, hut uljurdliitifi to eccleslastlcul
2. Tlie law of the emperors cannot dls-
Kilvo tlie ecclesiastical or cannon lines.
It Is not lawful or an emperor to exact
inytlilfiU opposed to the apotollc rules,
4. It Is not lawful for king to usurp the
tilfiKx that belong to prlet,
5. o custom of anyone can thwart the
tatute of tho popes.
s. Uit no resistance m offered to the
apostolic (canon) precepts, hut let them bo
7. The yoke Imposed by the holy see is to
I borne, though It appear Intolerable and
. The Pontiff can neither be loosed nor
bound by the secular power.
9. Tliat tlie rontlff was called God by the
pious Prince Constantlne, and that a god ho
cannot ui Judged us man.
10. Tliat as god he Is far above tho reach
ut all human law and Judgment,
11, 1 bat ail laws contrary to the canons
and decrees of the Human prelate are of no
U That all of the ordinance of the pope
are ume sKatingly to bo olstyed.
U Wo ought not even to speak to one
whom ths pope has en-communicated.
U. Priests are fathers and masters, even
of prl nires.
IS, The civil law Is derived from man, but
'lie ecclesiastical or canon law Is durlved
directly from uort, by which the pontiff can,
In connection with bis prelates, make con
stitutions for tho whole christian world. In
matters spiritual, concerning the sulvatlon
i souls, and tbo right government of the
ihurch; and If necessary Judge and dispose
all the temporal gissls of all christians.
Id, A heretic, holding or teaching false
joctrlne concerning the sacraments, is ox-
iommunlcaiM and degraded, and handed
vr to the secular court.
17, Keeular princes unwilling to swear to
defend the church sgnli.st heretic are ex
'ommunlcated. and tin y ar lain uiuU r an
Is. The gsids of heretics rs to Ixi con
flscatcd and applied to the church,
1'J, Advocates or notaries, favoring here
tics, or their defitnders, or pleading for them
In law suits, or writing documents for them,
are Infsmous and suspended from office,
20, Tho sneular powers, whether perma
nent or temporary, re bound to swear that
they will exterminate, according to their
power, all heretics condemned ly the church;
and a temporal lord not purging his land of
heretics. Is ex-communicated.
21, Those signed with the cross for the
Kxt'Tmlmitlon of heretics, rejoice In the
privilege grim fed to the crusaders for the
help of tho holy land.
22, They are absolved from all obligation
who are In anywise bound to heretics,
2,1, WhiHtvcr dies I" butlle against the un
believing, merits the kingdom of heaven.
'U. wo do not esteem those homicides, to
whom It may havu happened In their teal for
their mother church against toe ex -com-
munlcttted, to kill some of them,
2S, Thiitfftfhollc Princes lire bound. Iilh
iy dvM ar.d canon law, not to receive or
4leratn heretics, and much more are not to
irmlt their riles, or other exercise of their
'ellglon, or rather, their false sect, but are
nost solemnly liounil everywhere, to repel
mil expel them.
W. The following temporal punlkhmenfs
are lo bo enforced on heretics! 1st Infamy,
and the consequent disqualifications for all
civil acts. 2nd Intestability, ns well netlve
as passive flhat Is, they can neither make
will nor Inherit what Is left to (hem by
others), 3rd -Loss of paternal power over
children, 4th-I,os of dowry, und older
privileges granted lo women, 6th Confisca
tion of nil goods. Olb-Thiit vassals and
slave and others are free from all, even
sworn obligations due to their lord or an
other, 7th t'apllal corporal punishment.
specially death, and perpetual Imprison
27, The canon law forbids all t li rulloii,
2s. That metropolitans und bishop are lo
'X-commiinlcate him who grants liberty of
21). Mo oath Is to be kept towards heretic
princes, lords or others.
If). Heretics are to bo deprived of ull civil
and pulaial rights.
31. Thu pope can absolve from all oaths.
V Every bishop 1 ordinary Judge' In a
caust of heresy. The reusou Is because the
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rlituvh, dn im ,n,l i ninl vr I list, fnini ilils
Urns to hi eiiil of ley life, 1st fshhtiil
Slid olH illeiii unto M. I'eier. Hie holy siwh..
tollc Koiiiuii elniri'li, ami our iihmI Imly lord,
Hie hmi of Itiime, Mini Ills sucocssor. I'snnii
Ically and lawfully clivieihilini I sill give
llii ml vice, eonseiil or nsslslaiu'C lauln.l llui
iMiiitlllcitl lunjesty unil rnu Unit 1 will
mu r knimlii.'ly mid adv ImhIIv, lo their in-
Jury or disgrace, inukti pmilii; l uuejis
titriihli'd to lue by tlieiHsi Ives, or by iniw
enters or letter: nlmHluitl sill give them
liny Mssistanie In retaining, defending und
r" tiverlng tlie Unman papacy and the regalia
of 1 Me r, wild nil my mlulit and endeavor, so
fur us the right and privileges of my order
will allow It, and will defend them iiualnst
nil (heir honor and stale, mid I will direct
and defend, with due form and honor, tho
legates and nuncios of the apostolic see, in
the territories, churches, monasteries and
oilier Im-ncIIccs commuted to my keeping,'
tml 1 will cordially co-operate with them
and treat I hem with honor in their coming,
abiding and returning, and that 1 wilt resist
unto bbswl all persons whatsoever who shall
attempt anything ngulnsttJicm. That I will,
by every way and by every menus u-vo to
preserve, augment and advance tho rlifhts
lonors, privileges, the authority of the Holy
oiuan bishop, our lord the pope and his be.
.0 tiiciiMoncii auccessors; and that, at
.:atever time anything shall bo decided to
heir prejudice, which Is out of my newer to
runner, as soon as 1 nhull know that any
'.est or meusurcs have la-en taken In tho
matter, I will make It known to the same,
our lord or bis successors, or some other tier-
mm by whose misins It may bo brought to
tneir knowledge. 1 hat I will keep and carry
i.ut and cause others to i-eep ai d carry out
rules of thu holy father, thu docruca.
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nil ti,y until.
"In lestliiiiiiiy nlieriNif.l Ink I hi ituM Imly
sml Missed Stii'isiiii til ,,t tin, I iicliatbil, lid
lliu tl, ,,,,. r,iiilnr with in f cms,
tlslnl lininl, In l,ii I'lvM'inti of ny duly
iM.ieip no, nil ,i priest !,,) .!! 1,1,,)
ley oiillliiilluli In Die piteslhisHl."
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t Ml ns'.it t I t ! Nlltiill
ordinances, dlsix'iisatlons, resorvutlons, pro
visions, aposuuic mandates and constltu
tlousof tho Holy rather Hextus, of happy
memory, as to visiting the thresholds of the
apostles at certain prescribed times, accord-
lnf( to tho tenor of that which I have lust
rcitq inrougn, tnat I will seek out und
oppose, persecute and fight (omul conatu
persecuturum et Impugnaturum) against
heretics schismatics who opposo our lord
the popo of Itome, and his before mentioned
successors, and this I will do with every
(Signature) then sent to tho pope
I, , elect of the Detroit
diocese, from henceforward will be faithful
and obedient to Ht. Peter the Apostlo and to
the Holy ltoman church, nd to our lord, the
nojy poiss of Home, and to bis successors.
canonlcally entering, I will nitlther advise,
consent nor do anything that they may lose
life or member, or that their persons mar bo
seiwxi, or nanus in any wise laid upon them,
or any injuries offered to them, under any
jjrewusM wnatsoever. Tlie counsel with
Which they shall Intrust mo by themselves.
ineir messengers or letters, I will not know
ingly reveal to any, to their prejudice, 1
Will help them to defend and keep the ltoman
papacy and tho royalties of Ht Peter against
an men, l .1 legate of the apostolic see,
going and coming. I will honorably treat and
help In his necessities. Tho rights, honors,
privilege and authority of tbo Molv Komun
criurcu or our torn, mo pope, and his afore,
said successors, I will endeavor to preservj,
ueionu, increase and advance, I will not be
In any counsel, action or treatv, In which
snail no plotted against our said lord and
JComun church, anything to the hurt or tire.
Judlce of their persons, rights, honor, state
or power, and, If 1 shall know any such
thing to be treated or agitated by any what-
soever, I will hinder It to my utmost, and a
soon as I can, I will signify It to our said
lord. The ordinance and mandates of the
pope, I will observe with all my might and
cause to lie observed by others."
"Heretics, schismatics and rebels to our
said lord or his successors, I will to my ut
most persecute and opposo,"
"lleretlco. schlsmatlcos et rebelies eldcm
Ilomlno nostro ve successor! bus predlctls pro
posse perseiiiar et oppugriabo."
"I will come Ui a council when I am railed.
I Will visit the threshold of the aissitlcs
every three years and give an account of our
lord of all my pastoral olflco and of the
things belonging to my dloecso to the dis
cipline of my clergy and people, 1 will In
like manner humbly receive ud diligently
execute the apostolic command. Jf J am
detained by a lawful Impediment, I will per
form the aforesaid by a member of my
elm pier or a priest of my diocese, fully In
structed In all IIiIiiks above mentioned The
possession ht'lomciiig to my table, 1 wui
neither sell nor oilier wise iihi,i ul.l..-..
consulting the llomiin pontiff, ho Iielu mo
Uod and these holy gospel of ;od,"
sent to tho llomish Manager.
, now In the presence of
Almighty Uod, the blessed Virgin Mary, the
blessed Michael the Archangel, tho blessed
Ht.John the Iliiptlst, the Holy Anostlc Ht.
Peter and Ht, Paul and the Halm und the
Huered Host of Heaven, and to you, my lord,
I do declare from my heart, without mental
reservation that tho ipo Christ's vicar-
general and Is the true and onty head of Hie
universal church throughout the earth, uiul
that, by virtue of the key of binding and
lisislng given to his holiness by Jesus Christ
ho has power to depose heretical kings,
princes, "tute, commonwealth und govern
ment!, nil bell,. Illegal without bis sacred
confirmation, and that they may safely be
destroyed, Therefore, to the utimwit of my
power, I will defend this dis'trino and his
bolllcess' rights und custom against all
usurper of tho Protestant uullioiity what-
sts'ver, especially nguliist the now pretended
authority mid church In England und ull
adherents, in rirard that they Ik; usurpul
und heretical, opposing tlie sacred mother,
the church of Home,
I do denounce and disown any allegiance
as (hie to uny Protestant king, prince or
state or olH'dlence to any of their Inferior
officer. I do furl her declare the doctrine of
the church of England, of tlie Ciiivinlsts.
Huguenots ami miter 1'rotestiint, to be
damnable and those to be damned who will
not forsake thu uuc),
IXTRtME OATH Of THS JISDItl
I now In the presence of
Almighty i,Mt, Km I. It ,d Virgin Msry, Dm
blessed Mlrlntel the arvloiimcl, Hie blessed
HI John the biiplM, the holy kHwtle St
Peter suit Ht, I'iiiiI and the suiut and sacred
lew! of heaven, mid to you my ghost ly father,
tlusiiierlorg ral of the society of Jesus,
roumied hy Siilnl Ignatus, l,o)ol In tlie
IMiiilltlcntlon of Paul tho Third, and rmi-
lliiiied to the present, do, by the womb of the
virgin, the matrix of (hid, and the rod of
Jesus Christ, declare and swear that his
holiness, the pope, I Christ's vlcti-iierent.
snd I the true snd only heud of the Catho
lic or universal church throughout the
earth; and that by virtue of the keys of
binding and loosing given to his holiness
by my Savior, Jesus Christ, he hath power to
depose heretical kings, prince, state, com
monwealth, and governments, alt being
Illegal without his sacred confirmation, and
they may be safely destroyed. Therefore, to
the utmost of my power, 1 will defend this
doctrine and his holiness' right and custom
against all usurpers of the heretical or
Protestant authority whatsoever, especially
the Lutheran church of Germany, Holland.
Denmark, Hweden and Norway, and the now
pretended authorities sndchurche of Eng
land and Hcotland. and branches of tho
same now established In Ireland, and on the
continent of America and elsewhere, and all
adherents In regard that they bo usurped
and hertlcal, opposing tho sacred mother
church of Home,
I do now renounce and disown any alleg
iance as duo to any heretical king, prince or
statu, named Protestant or Liberals or
obedience to any of their luws, magistrates
I do further declare that the doctrine of
tho churches of England and Hcotland, of
theCalvlnlsts, Huguenot and others of the
name of Protestant or Liberals, to bo dam
nable, and they. themselves to be damned
who will not forsake the same.
I do further declare that I will help, assist
ana ad vine all or any of hi holiness' agents,
In any place wherever I shall be, In Hwlt
orland, Germany, Holland, Denmark
Sweden, Norway, England, Ireland, or Amor
lea. or In any other kingdom or territory.
shall come to, and do my utmost tocxtlr
pate the heretical Protestant or Liberal
doctrines, and to destroy all their pretended
powers, regal or otherwise.
I do further promise and declare that, not
withstanding I am dispensed with to assume
any religion heretical for the propagation
of tho mother church's Interest, to keep
secret and private all her agents' councils
from time to time, as they entrust me, and
not to divulge, directly or Indirectly, by
word, writing or circumstances whatever,
but to execute all that shall be proposed
given In charge, or discovered unto me, by
you my ghostly father, or any of this sacred
I do further promise and declare that I will
have no opinion or will of my own or any
mental reservation whatsoever, even
corpse or cadaver fperlnde ac cadaver), but
will unhesitatingly obey each and every
command that I may receive from my super
lors In the militia of tho popo and of Jesus
That I will go to any part of the world
whithersoever I may bo sent, to ths frown
regions of ths north, the burning sands of ths
desert of Africa, or the plngle of India, to
the centers of civilisation of Europe, or to
the wild haunts of tho barbarous savages of
America, without murmuring or repining,
and will bn submissive In all things whatso
ever, communicated to me,
I do furthermore promise snd declare that
I will, when opportunity presents, make and
wage relentless war, secretly or openly,
agiilnstall heretics, Protestants and Liberals
as I am directed to do, to extirpate them
from tho face of the whole earth, and that I
will spare neither age, sex or condition, Snd
that I will hang, burn, waste, boll, (lay,
strangle and bury alive theisi Infamous
heretics; rip up the stomachs and wombs of
their women and cruh their Infants' head
against tho wall In order to annihilate their
execrable race. That when the same cannot
bo dons openly, I will secretly use the pol
nnouscup, tho strangulating cord, the steel
of tho poliiard, or the leaden bullet, regard
of the honor, rank, dignity or authority
of tho person or persons, whatever may tie
their condition In life, either public or prlv
ate, as I at any tlmo may bo directed so to
do by any agent of the popo or superior
of the brotherhiHid of the holy father, of tho
societ y of Jesus,
In confirmation of which I hereby dedicate
my life, my soul and all coporcal power, and
with thl nagger which I now receive, I will
subscribe my name, written In my blood. In
testimony thereof; and should I provo false
or weaken In my determination, may my
brethren and fellow soldiers of the militia of
the pope cutoff my hands and my feet.and my
throat from ear to ear, my belly opened snd
sulphur burned therein, wit h all tho punish
ment that can be Inflicted upon me on earth
and my soul be tortured by demons In an
eternal hell forever.
All of which I do swear by
the blessed trinity, and blessed sacrament
which I am now to receive, to perform, and
on my part to keep Inviolably; and do call
all the heavenly and glorious hot of heaven
to witness these my real Intentions to keep
this, my oath.
In testimony hereof, I take I his most holy
and blessed sacrament of the eucharlst,
and wltnes the same further, with my name
written with the (mint of this dagger, dipped
In my own bhsid, and Heal In tho face of
this holy convent
He receives tho wafer from tho
superior and writes his niuno with the
point of his dagger, dippod In his own
blood, taken from over tho heart.
Hir.SflliniONs a KiMum,
TOll.r.T AKTliM.r.S, IT.UITMr.s,
riioin: rniAKs. - : . : .
S f. w. MM it fatmm
a,, hall'. iir.j. v. msic.
HALD c& RIOE.
WtOUMUK Si lift III tMI Ms IS
Arrtthracltn Hoi h tprirtRH,
1 fpMinn, Ohio,
wi atu ihi ntar vahhhi or aorr ojsl ton coosimh tuntosta,
I'lHI I'! W Cor llh sml llnwstit Telephone til
1 eh pllntte I
YAltlii 9nh Street Slid Ciipple Inn Ave
THE MeCAGUE SAVINGS BANK,
N. W, t'ornoi' KllUmiith and lKsli Htivoi.
Pour i4 Par Cent Irttoroat on Book Accounts.
Plvo '3' Por Cent on Is Month Certificates.
Foreign Drafts and Money Orders at Lowest Rates
OIT TXJZJX ESTATE.
Hunk open from U s. in, to '4:M p. in. Monday from 0 a. in. to S p. m,
Advertisements inserted In TliK
American arc sure to bring a profl table
return to the advertiser. Americans,
watch the columns of this paper !
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE,
United States of merloa.
All Imiulrles regarding the organization of
new i.oiiko in tliesliiii' or rteiiraska, should
oo addressed to fn, L, ZOOK,
Htale Organiser for Nebraska
414 Shssly Block, OMAHA,
A MEXICAN I-OVAT,
No, 231, meets every
at Sum o'clock, M
every Tuesday i
Patriotic Oder Sons of America.
WAHIIINGTON COUNCIL No. I. P. O.
" of A., meets each Monday evening at
uawt uny nun. imrtecuui aim I'ougia sis.
WASHINGTON CAMP No. 12, P, O, . of
" A Council lllufT. Meeting In their
hall over 410 broad way, every Wednesday
iiikiiv am o ClOUK, j, o, vssi'sttsn,
A. P, A.
AIIK LINCOLN COUNCIL NO. 1(1. AMRHf.
Can Protective Association meet every see.
inn ami toiirin rreunesuay or eacn month in
1, O. O, V. hall. I'lattsmoiith. Neh. Vlsltlnif
members are welcome. I'. I'. Hrown, Hoc.
Jr. Order United Ameican Mechanics.
Instituted May 17. 1893 Ellalbllltv
Anr white male nersiin linrn In ths (Tnllnri
Htale of North America, It territories, or
under the protection of Urn dag, who shall
have attained the axe of sixteen years, who
Is of good moral character, a believer In tho
existence of a Hnpreme lining as the Creator
and preserver of the universe, In favor of
rree eoueat ion. oimosed to any un on or
enureii ami staw, shall no ellgllilo to mem
lH-rhlp under the provision of ths law In
the slate and subordinate eouiiell to whleli
the application Is made; provided, that no
;ieron snail no received to lienellelal mem-
s-rslitu wnn is over fifty years of sue,
A oersoit shall not be nermlf ted to this
or'ler WHO (1S not Dosses s io,oil moral
character, or whol In any way Incaiiiiclf.ated
irom earning a iminoou, nor shull ho he
umier sinieen years or ago.
Huhjeet of a eetarlan or partisan char
aelcr ainiii nut lie Introilueed Into any meet-
Ing of thl council, nor shall any member
in use use or um naiiis or in oroer at a
political incut ink,
THS OIUSCTS AHf,
First, To maintain and nrnmotit I lie Inlep-
est or Americans, snd Nhild them from the
dertressliiff effects of foreign competition.
second To assist Americans In obtaining
Third To encourage Americans In busi
Fourth To establish a sick and (iineriil
Hfth-To maintain the nubile sehisii svs-
tem of tin, I nlteil suites of America, and to
prevent sectarian liil-rference therewith,
and uphold tho reading of tho Holy HIMe
STATS COt'NCIf, Of MKHIMSKAI
,C,-W, A. IIOWAUII. Lincoln.
H. V, C -H, I'. IniLMAN.
M. S -H, L. IiAV.
H.T.-C. II. Al.l.feN.
Coiiduct,irW, K, COI'FLAND.
Ouard !'. H. McAI'I.KV,
Sentlnei-WM, TI. K.NKII.
I'eleiatn to National ('mi vetitlim t'ftA H K
Warden-U. A. IIAVLIHH.
The next reirulur tueetlntf will b held mi
the third Tuesday lu July at Mouth Omaha,
WAHIIINOTON COI'NCIL No. 1. n t
" everv Thiirsduv evenlmr In the hull st
24th snd I rsnklln, II, O. Cih'Ssmss, Hec'y.
M. O. MAUL.
Huccessor to Ilrexel 4 Maul,
Undertaker and Embalmer
H17 Farnatu Street.
Tm.Ki'iioNH t-f. OMAHA NEB.
DR. J. J. SAVILLE
Olflco: Room (III N. V, Life llulldlng,
Olllce Hours: HI to Yl a. m. il toll p. m.
i mice Toicpmine, mii,
Iteslilence: IHU Haunders Ht.
Hesldenco Telephone, Vi,
207 North 17th St., . OMAh
Work called for and dollvsi
A. U DEANE, J. W. 16sf tth
A. L. DEANE & CO.
Ceneral Agents for
Bank 0 Vault Work.
1116 Farnam St., Omaha,
LINCOLN COUNCIL No.
Z, meets In Lin
f'OI.t'MHIA COVNCIL No. H. meet every
Tuewlay evening In lied Men' Hull. Con
line utitl bbs:k, A. II. Flint. It. ioc'y,
WINONA COUNCIL No, 4. meets every
' Monduv oveiilmr In K. P. Hull. I'linl.in
block. W, M. l'AIMiKR, Hec'y,
JAUKIFLH COUNCIL No. 8. meet every
ILVVV CITV COUNCIL No 7
' Wednesilay evvnlnx In U.
oiiiicII lllufr. la,
In South Omaha.
William Fsiiii, Hec'y.
A. U. Hull,
The Cabinet Ilollablo Gasollno Stovo
is Warranted for Threo Years. It Is
tho Most Perfect gasoline, stovo mado.
W. r. STOETZEL. 714 S. 10th.
is ajjont for tho west.
N. J. CARRIKER. M. D
Physician and Medical Electrician.
CHRONIO AND NIRVOUt DIIIAtl
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis,
St. Vitus Danoe.
WOMEN eft OHILOHEN,
Private Diseases of Male & Female.
I'nompt Attkntio to Calls.
Offioel SiO heely Blk, isth end Howard,
Telephone JM OMAHA. NEH,
n i' i l . i ir . ii. vj ir . i li t
II II Ml II I I lit TM1 '
OF OMAHA. M PERCENT
jno4 J PA,D 0N
like this cut
BAUMLEY & SMITH,
ST. MARY'S AVENL'E
Lltfht lliiKgle. Haddle Horses, Carriages,
Coupes, KtC., seo
Boarding a Specialty.
17th snd St. Kirr'i At. Ttlspbos 440
TO THE WORLDS FAIR
CREAT rock island route
from LINCOLN, OMAHA snd COUNClb BLUFF8.
Keiiienilwr, thl Line ha a Depot for all
train ut rinvlewisHl isubiirli ,of t'hlcugol,
close to llio World' Kalr Uate. '
CH AS. KENNEDY,
Gou'l N.-W. 1'. A.. Omaha, Neb.
Omaha Express and Delivery Co.
Moving and Light Express Work
Trunk and Psrcsl Dllvsr.
lloiioehohl (lisids Parked. Htored anilShlpiMd
Otllee, 4'is North tilth ft., st Welier's llioe
St.ire. Ilrani'h (iltlre. N. E. for, .Huh unit
Lake ft reel. Telephone l.V.V I'KTCEt)
K E A SON A II L h. J . . LT I UN E V,
Ifl'tano Moving s KiK-clalty, Manairer.
I inV CDICIinC futrerlin; with Ke
LHIII rnlCriUd male weakness will
reieive snniiile tsixes of anew I'esillle rem
edy lv semling ten rent In stamp tu T. 11.
llCMl'HKEYtN M. 1).. Knowlton. Iowa
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