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10 TJITC O1MATIA DAILY 111318 : - SUNDAY" , D13CM3MHI3II 20 , 1800.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE ROOM |
The past week was an active one In Ma-
noiilo clrclr * . This was almost entirely duo
to the fact that one of the state bodltfl , the
grand chapter of the Iloyal Arch Masons ,
convened In annual session In Masonic tem
ple. The session wca opened at 5 o'clock
on Thursday afternoon , consumed the re
mainder of the afternoon and the following
day , and adjourned lateen Friday night.
The business transacted was both of n routine
anil Important character , but none of It
wno of public Interest. Omaha was again
chcsen as tlio place for holding the next
session , which will he held during December
of next year.
Tbo following were elected officers of the
body : Grand high prlrflt , Charles C. Hit-
tcnhouse , Hastings ; deputy grand high
priest , llobcrt II. Henry , Lincoln ; Brand
king , John J. Mercer , Omaha ; grand scribe ,
James Dlnsrcore , Hebron ; grand secretary ,
William II. llowcn. Omaha ; grand treasurer ,
Lucius D. Wchanls , Fremont ; grand cap
tain of the host , John S. Warmon , Tceumseh ;
grand principal sojourner , II. A. Turton.
Lexington ; gtnnd royal arch captain , J. W.
Maynard , Oiralm ; ; grand master of the third
veil , Ueorgo J. Spolin. Superior ; grand mas
ter of the second veil. II. F. Thomas , Omaha ;
grand master of the first veil , Frank Mc-
Olvcrln ; grand sentinel. Jacob King , Papll-
The Bcstlon was attended by about 100
delegates , who represented some thirty of
the forty subordinate chapters In the state.
They were well entertained. On Thursday
night they saw thirty camllatcs , the high
priests-elect of subordinate lodges , receive
the order of high prlcats. and on Friday
night they watched Omaha chapter No. 1
conferring degrees. After the latter cere
mony they were the guests of honor at an
excellent bar.rjuct , which was served In the
dining room of the temple. Ono hundred
niul fifty were about the tables.
On Thursday morning the grand council
of royal and select masters held Its meeting
In the tomplu and adjourned In time for the
grand chapter erosion. The body's business
ivas also of a routine character. The follow
ing ofllcorH were elected : Charles 1'helps
of Sclitiylcr. grand master ; James Tyler of
Lincoln , deputy grand master ; John J. Mer-
ror of Omaha , principal conductor of work ;
Daniel Wheeler of Omaha , treasurer ; William
II. Ilowen of Omaha , secretary ; Alfred Olson ,
conductor of the council ; Jacob King , scn-
tlncl ; II. II. Henry of Columbus , steward.
Mount Calvary commandcry No. 1 , Knights
Templar , conferred the order of the Bed
Cross upon four candidates. The ceremony
was followed by a banquet of considerable
pretension. The evening of feasting and
toasting was heartily enjoyed.
Mnilrrn Wniiilmoit of America.
Ths foresters of Omaha camp No. 120
liavo received a communication from State
Deputy Zlnk of Grand Island , asking them
to attend the state camp meeting , which con
venes on the first Tuesday In February , for
the purpose of exemplifying the degree
work before that body. In the letter Mr.
Kink says that the team Is recognized as the
best drilled in tno state. Tlio loresiers
have not as yet decided whether or not to
accept the Invitation , but It Is probable that
tlit > v will go.
Omaha camp Is considering the advisabil
ity of holding a public Installation of ofll-
: ors In January. The matter 1 In doubt
because the camp Is preparing for another
entertainment next month. At Us meeting
ou Wednesday night the camp will discuss
ngaln tbo reserve question. J. B.
Van Olliler will lead flip debate In opposi
tion , and W. 13. Cady will lead In favor of
The Parliamentary club of Pansy camp ,
Hoy.il Neighbors , mot last Friday at the
resldenco of Mrs. J. I. Watts , Twenty-
fourth and Illnncy streets. The meeting was
an Interesting , entertaining and enjoyable
affnl. * .
Ivy camp No. 2 , Uoyal Neighbors , has
elected the following officers : Mrs. W. II ,
Wlnans , O. ; Mrs. Dukes , V. O. ; Mrs. L.
Strasbutigh , H. ; Mrs. C. Bros his , H. ; Mrs.
II. 1) . Stone , C. ; .Miss Carrie Cruinmlc , M. ;
Mrs. Martin. I. S. ; Mrs. Bradford , O. S. ;
Mrs. Hnskoll , P. ; Drs. Miller and Clark. P. ;
Mrs. llcmingtoii , member of Hoard of Mana
gers ; Mrs. Blcpen , delegate to head cnmp ;
Mrs. Kemp , alternate.
Silver Star camp No. 99D of Cozad elected
the following olllccrs : M. II. Brown , V. C. ;
Sam Ilrady , W. A. ; George O. Drown , B. ;
Samuel Atkinson , C. ; P. A. Hess , E. ; Scott
Dunn , W. ; W. II. Burgess , S.
Camp No. 270 o [ Beatrice elected as fol
lows : A. J , Johnnon , V. C. ; Frank Smith ,
W. A. ; W. L. Lolg'h , E. B. ; John Weather-
wax. I. W. ; Charles Cushman. S. ; C. E.
While , M. ; D. Boswcll and II. 11. Smith , P.
Camp No. SS7 of Exeter elected as fol
lows : Wilbur Bill , V. C. ; Henry Myers , W.
A. ; Charles Heel , D. B. ; William Dyer , C. ;
J3. II. Lancaster , E. ; Joseph Kedfcrn , W. ;
Clarence Marvel , S.
The North Bend lodge has elected the fol
lowing officers : George Meltonberger , V. C. ;
William Steele , W. A. ; Charles S. . Fowler ,
C. ; Charles Illicit , B. ; B. Walker , M. ; Ernest
Kern , delegate.
The Itoyal Neighbors of North Bend elected
as follows : Mrs. Daisy Elgler , O. ; Miss Olllc
Necdsom , V. 0. ; Mrs. Ernest Kern , H. ; Mrs.
Charles Fowler , II. ; Mrs. M. II. Brown , C. ;
Mrs. Hester Dnan , delegate to head camp ;
Mrs. Anna Kastle , M. ; Miss Laura Browning ,
M.j Mrs. Joalo Doon. I. S.
Vrnriuil Union of America.
Ono of the most attractive and enjoyable
entertainments yet given by Banner lodge
occurred last Thursday evening. H was the
occasion of the representation of a Japanese
wedding , which was given to perfection and
witnessed by a select audlcnco of 200 of
Omaha's beat citizens. The officers and
members of the lodge took an active part
In making the affair a success. Much
credit la duo Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Barr , who
drilled these who took part In the marriage
ceremony. A large stage wna erected and
handsomely decorated with Japanese curi
osities , furnished chiefly by Mrs. Barr , who
spent three years In'Japan a few years
ago. The cast of characters la the per
formance was as follows :
llrldi * Miss Yono Majors
tii-oom K. L. llarr
Hrldo's Mother Mrs. F. J. Palmer
llrlde'H Father 11. W. llarr
Groom's Mother Mr * . F. C. Ucst
Groom's Father F. C. Best
Go-between Mark M. Booth
ao-botweon'H Wife Miss Muy Stevens
. .MlKBiM Lula Fcency and Margaret Barr
Friends Mrs. F. F. Iloope , Mrs.
P. C. Hough , Misses I.lzzlo Tlcuril anil
Geisha Girl Miss Virginia Merges
At the close of the ceremony , which was
elaborate , attractive and well carried out ,
the Gojeso ( feast ) , which consisted of rice
with chopsticks and tea , was served. In
addition to the ceremony the following In
teresting program was rendered :
A. H. Sander. Jr. , Bon V. Walter , Fred
Walter and Mrs. Wilson.
Ilecltatlon Mr. Joe McKtnnlo
Violin Solo Kmlly Clevo
JliiMH Bolo. . . Prof. C. A. Jncobson
limit Prof. Jucobson and Kninm Miller
Selection ; Orchestra
lledtatlon and Son.Miss Virginia Merges
Vcrnost lodge No. 02 of South Omaha
was visited Saturday evening by a number
of * Omaha members who conferred the de
gree of fraternity upon several new mem
A now lodge of the order , with fifty mem
bers , will bo organized this week on South
Thirteenth street. A largo lodge has been
organized at Lincoln , and another at Cedar
Ilaplds , la.
The now badges have arrived and will be
furnished all lodges of the order , which now
Woodmen of Ihc World. 6
On last Thursday night Alpha camp
elected the following ofllcera for the coming
term : George C. Thompson , C. 0 , ; J. F ,
Lally , A. L. ; II. B. McKclvy. I ) . ; C. B ,
Allen , 0. ; B. B , Cox. B. ; Gus Bruegcman ,
W. ; W. B. Church. 8. ; W. II. Haochctt , J.
B. Claussen and II. M , Stone , P. ; George
Cott , member of board of managers. The
following were elected delegates to the con
vention bead camp which meets at Lincoln
on February 2 : George C. Thompson , C ,
E. Allen , George S. Cott , It. E. McKclvy ,
L. B. Lucas. W. V. Tcetzcl , John P. Mender-
on , J. . L. Colllui , J. A , Bowler , M. Ketier ,
George D. Illce , George II. Schlch , E. J
Starr , W. II. Hanchctt. J. F , Lally , Henry
Ostrom. J. B , Wooilhall and Will L. Seism
The delegation was Instructed to work In
behalf of rcparato beneficiary Jurisdictions.
This will he one of the matters that will
bo fought out at the meetings of the con
vention head en nips all over the country.
The delegation Is also pledged to support
and work for George C. Thompson for head
consul , the presiding officer of the camp.
Golden Hod Grove No. 1 , Woodmen Circle
gave a social entertainment and card party
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John G.
Kuhn on December 9. Among those present
were : Messrs. and Mesdamcs G. W. Wil
liams , C. M. Ilawltzer , 0. N. Wilson , J.
St. Clalr. W. Spellcrberg , George Cott , F.
A. Mullen. M. Kolser , John G. Kuhn ; Messrs.
M. J. Howcll , T. M. Donncll , A. Kuhn , J.
Austin , W. E. Yodcr , Dr. Clausscn , A. St.
Clalr ; Misses V. Holding , Florence Allen.
Alice Itnddcr , Nellie Schulan , Nellie Sulli
van , Lcona Cottrell. Blanche St. Clalr , MIsd
Johnson , A. Quintan , Mrs. W. K. Jacobs ,
Mrs. Bond , Mrs. M. Kuhn , Marie Mullen ;
Masters J. Arthur Kuhn , Chancy Mullen.
Mrs. G. Williams 'won the first prize for
women , and Miss A. Quintan received the
consolation prize. The gentlemen's first
prize was won by Mr. F. A. Mullen and
the consolation prlzo by Mr. J. Austin.
Afterward dainty refreshments were served
and music concluded a very pleasant even
ing. _ .
Ancient Orili-r of I'lilli'd Workmrii.
The Past Master Workmen association of
Douglas county held a very Interesting ses
sion at Labor Temple last Wednesday. The
body Is preparing for the next grand lodge
session , to be held in this city In May.
Different committees are working on reports
to be submitted to tin ; association , recom
mending new laws and changes In the by
laws to conform with the existing condition
In the grand lodge. At the next meeting of
the association definite action will bo taken
on some reports of committees which arc
very Interesting , as they relate to what has
been done In the Jurisdiction In the last two
The following officers were elected for the
ensuing year : J. Jaskaslek , president ; Dr. S.
H. Patten , vice president ; C. W. Miller , sec
retory ; J. T. Smith , treasurer ; S. S. Watt ,
seargent-at-anns. The officers will be
Installed at the next regular meeting
The complimentary benefit to be tendered
J. J. H. Heedy , a member of Omaha lodge
No. 18 , Ancient Order of United Workmen
and of Alpha camp No. 1 , Woodmen of the
World , Monday evening , December 25 , at
Myrtle hall , has the endorsement of his
friends In lodge and camp. The object Is
to relieve the extra burden resting upon Mr.
Ilcddy by reason of the old ho Is rendering
aged relatives who look to him and his
family for their support at this time. Mrr.
Hcddy Is spending the winter In Kansas ,
ministering to these dependent on her self-
sacrifice. The hearty goodwill of those who
have given their names and encouragement
to this entertainment Is a strong recom
mendation to others to assist In making the
occasion one of such marked success that
tlie wormy oujcct snaii uu ui-cuiuinisuuu ,
The program will consist of elocutionary
recitals , music , statue posing , pantomime ,
etc. Coffee and cake will be served. The
exercises will be under the direction of Miss
Zulema Fuller and classes , assisted by Mr.
W. J. Putnam-Cramer , Mr. C. M. Wood-
brldgo and others.
The following are the officers elected by
Bohemian lodge No. 3M : F. W. Bandhauer.
M. W. ; Vaclav Kubec , P. ; F. Swojtek , O. ;
Vaclav Btaha , recorder : J. V. Vncek. F. ; F.
Langpaul. receiver ; Joseph Mikulas , G. ;
Joficph Kulas , I. AV. ; Joseph A. Uby , O. W.
Washington lodge Nn. 27 , Degree of Honor ,
lias elected ofllcera as follows : Mrs. Samlra
Wade , P. C. of II. ; Mrs. Magglo Bright , C. of
H.j Mrs. M. Heed. L. of H. ; Mrs. P. Wyman.
C. of C. ; Mrs. Katie Jordan , recorder ; Mrs.
Katlo Schmidt , R ; Mrs. Melissa A. Allwlnc ,
receiver ; Miss Dagmar Hanscn , U. ; Mrs.
Mary Sadllek , I. W. ; Mr. George A. Innle ,
Lodge No. 23 of Fremont elected the fol
lowing : Louis Hanson , M. W. ; N. S. Short ,
F. ; John D. Markey , 0. : A. K. Dawe , re
corder ; S. Sickle , P. ; F. M. Smith , receiver ;
G. U. Davis. G. ; Hans Selmscn , 1. W. ; L. A.
Harris , O. W.
Ledge No. 42 , Degree of Honor , of Exeter
elected as follows : Mrs. H. 11. Williams , C.
of H. ; Mrs. William Buck , L. of H. : Mrs. W.
M. Nalr. C. of C. ; Miss Jessie Pflng. re
corder ; Mrs. J. W. Haney , P. ; Mrs. J. Pflug ,
receiver ; Mrs. W. F. Nevens , U. ; Mrs. S. 1 * .
Lceter , I. W. ; William Buck. 0. W.
Oraiiil Army of tlit Iloiuilillc.
The local posts and corps have elected
officers as follows :
U. S. Grant Post No. 102 Andrew Tray-
nor , C. ; Simeon T. Jossclyn , S. V. C. ; John
Jeff coat. J. V. C. ; Itobcrt M. Stone , S. ;
Luther H. Harmon , C. ; Frank Bryant , O. D. ;
John Johnson , 0. G. ; Hobert S. Wilcox , Q. ;
S. A. Harmon , John Jcffcoat , delegates.
U. S. Grant Woman's Hcllcf Corim Mrs.
Newton , P. ; Mrs. Eastman , S. V. P. ; Mrs.
Traynor , J. V. P. ; Mrs. Jcffcoat , C. ; Mrs.
Dr. Morton , T. ; Mrs. Wilcox , S. ; Mrs. Cook ,
C. ; Mrs. Potter , G.
George Crook Post No. 2C2 Ellas Gllmore ,
C. ; John B. Furay. S. V. C. ; George A. Itath-
burn , J. V. C. : S. K. Spaldlng , S. ; A. K.
Uhoadcs , Q. ; Thomas L. Hull , 0. D. ; A.
Wlncgard. O. G. ; George McCoy , T. ; E. Gll-
C. ; John B. Furay , S. V. C. ; George A. Hath-
burlal corps ; Lee S. Eetcllc. P. Simpson , 11.
L. Bnrket , C. J. Greene , John H. Berger ,
Samuel Dennis Belief Corps of South
Omaha Mrs. S. Ch'cslcy , P. ; Mrs. Scott , S.
V. P. ; Mrs. Alexander , J. V. P. ; Mrs. Wil
liams. C. ; Mh/s Minnie Dennis , T. ; Mrs. J.
0. Eastman , C. ; Mrs. Laura Pcnner , A. C. ;
Mra. H. Wirlck , G. ; Mrs. Crawford , A. G. ;
Mrs. Williams , delegate to state encamp
ment ; Mrs. Fenucr , alternate to state en
George Crook Woman's Belief Corps No.
SS Mra. Hull , P. : Mrs. Jones , S. V. P. ; Mra.
Gllmore , J. V. P. ; Mrs. Uhoades. C. ; .Mrs.
Askwlth , T. ; Mrs. Johnston , S. ; Mrs. Brugh ,
C. ; Mrs. Standard , G. ; Mrs. Johnston , dele
gate ; Mrs. Proctor , alternate.
John Brown Post No. 70 of Exeter has
elected the following officers : William
Ilamsdcll , C. ; John W. Lamb. S. V. C. ; John
Beardsley , J. V. C. : N. S. Babcock , Q , ; J.
K. Barber , O. D. ; Amos Lefler , O. G.
The Woman's Relief corps of Exeter has
elected the following : Mrs. A. L-efler , P. ;
Mrs. William Haincdcll , S. V. P. ; Mrs. U.
Colwcll , J. V. P. ; Mra. J. W. Lamb , C. ;
Mrs , J. Beardaloy , C. ; Mrs , O. S. Crane , A.
C. ; Mrs. E. Parsons , G. ; Mrs. J. Llndon ,
A. G. ; Mrs. W. Woodard , T. ; Mrs. George
Moorehead , S.
The election In John W. Vance post No.
272 of Battle Creek resulted as follows :
Joseph Shipley , C. ; J. W. Ulsk. S. V. C. ;
George Worthlngton , J. V. C. ; F. W. Blch-
imlr.011. A. ; William Low , No. 1 , Q. ; William
Low , No. 2 , S. ; J. W. Stlrk , C. ; William
Barnes , O. D. ; C. A. Hcdman , O. G. ; J. W.
Ulsk , delegate ; William Low , No. 1 , alter
Gorflold Circle , No. 11 , Woman's Relief
Cori > s , will hold Its annual election of offi
cers Wednesday afternoon , December 23.
natiKlitem of Veli-rnitK.
Mrs. J. M. Thureton Tent No. 1 , the
first tent of the order that has ever been or
ganized In Omaha , and which was only
Instituted November 25 , will meet at Grand
Array of Republic ball Monday evening , De-
cnmber 21 , for the purpose of electing offi
cers for the ensuing year. All members are
earnestly requested to be present. The
tent Is la a very nourishing condition , mus-
torlne new recruits at almost every meet-
In ir. Three were received at the last meetIng -
Ing , with four applications on tile for In
vestigation. The members are very enthusi
astic and propose to have the leading tent In
IndfiHMiilent Orilrr of Formic .
Tbo first of the proposed now courts In
the city wan Instituted last week by Deputy
Supreme Chief Ranger Samuel I. Osmond ,
assisted by Court Utputy Charles Bombolt
and others. . The Institution occurred In the
Foresters' nail ut Sixteenth and Douglas
streets. The now body Is named Court Ak-
Sar-Bcn. The election of officers resulted
as follows : James W. Dndd. D. ; John Ruth *
vcn , C. U. : Smith Aruclt. 1' . C. H. ; Erne t
Rohlflng. jr. , V. 01 : Hlcuard 0. Hewitt ,
It , 3. ; Thurnmn R. Huiton , P. 8. ; Herman
A , Haimn , T , ; HOY. John 0. Staples. C , ;
Mai tin Itameo. a. W. ; John B. II. White ,
J , W. ; E. E. Nunbauci , a. D.J John MaUern ,
BUTT A FEW DAYS LEFT.
. It is now but four days nintil Christmas and at the rate sales are made there will be but
little of our stock of goods left at the end of that time. There is still a good assortment
. from which to select a beautiful Christmas , present at a bargain , The corporation of Max
Meyer & Bro. Co. is going out of'business , It's stock of goods must be sold , that's all there
is about it. . . . . . . . . . . * >
Rare Bargains for Ladies. Rare Bargains for Gentlemen. Rare Bargains for Gentlemen. Rare Bargains in Silver.
Former Our Former Our Sterling Snuff Boxes G.30 3.30 Former Our
Price. Price. Prlec. 1'rlco. Sterling Tolmrco Box , gilt Price. Price.
Oak satin lined Jewel Box. K. P. Cuff Buttons $1.00 to $ 1.50 J .50 lined 13.CO C.CO
combination lock $10.00 $5.00 Sterling Silver Cult ButtoiiH , 1 gilt Desk CloeU , ink wells FRUIT KNIVES.
Sterling Lorgnettes . . $10 to 12.50 M nnil 4.00 ll.CO to 3.00 .73 ntlacheil 7.00 2.00 Porcelain and barlry corn ban-
Sterling Ilutton Hooks..J2.50 to 0.00 $1 to B.SO Solid Gold CllfC Buttons 2.50 to 13.00 Sterling Bark Clothes Brush. . C.OO 3.00 illo Fruit Knives $5.00 $1.00
Sterling Cuticle Knives.$3 to 4.00 1.00 Solid Gold Scarf Pins , $1.50 to 5.00 2.5n 1 sterling handle Whisk Broom C.OO 2.50 ORANGK SPOONS.
Sterling Vlnngrcttes $3 to 4.00 1.00 Solid Gold Scarf Pins. $1.03 to 3.50 1.50 Sterling Mulch Sufi' . . $ .1.00 lo 7.5U $1 to .TOO Romanesque Rogers Bros. ,
Sterling Napkin Hlnjjs C.OO 2.00 Hest Rolled Pluto Scarf Plus , Sterling Stamp Boxes.$2.23 to 4.00 $1 to 1.50 per set 2.i > 0 1,23
Sterling Nnpkln Kings 4-50 1.50 $1.00 to 1.50 .50 Sterling Key Kings ? 1 to 2.00 .50 to l.l'O ' ROGERS BROS. HKI3KY FORKS.
Sterling Hand Mirror 7.50 4.00 Gold Illlcil-heiiiU-il CancH 12.CO . Sterling Cork Screws C.50 .1.00 Portland pattern , 3 prougi , per
Sterling Clothes Uruslien C.OO 2.50 Solid gold-headed Canes ? C to 12.CO Sterling Corlwruw , folds. . . . 5.00 2.50 set . . . . ! ! . . . 3.00 1.25
Sterling Pin Trays 3.BO 1.25 Sterling Sliver Mounted Sterling Corkwrrw. folds 3.50 1.50 Columbia pattern , 2 prong , per
Sterling Pin Trays fi.O ) 2.50 Cnnes W.to 4.50 1.00 Sterling Shaving Brush 4.50 2.00 not 3.00 1,23
Sterling Pin Trays 8.00 3.00 Sterling Silver Mounted Paper Sterling Shaving Brush , very Savoy pattern , 2 prong , per
Sterling Pin Trays 7.50 3.00 Knives , J200 to 2.50 1.00 heavy 10.00 3.00 sU 3.00 1.23
Sterling Picture Frames 3.00 1.50 Sterling Silver Pocket Mirrors 3.00 1.60 Cups and Saucers , quadruple
Sterling Picture Frames , cabi Stirling Sll\rr Napkin lllng . . C.OO 2.CO Plato 4.00 2.00 MEDIUM FORKS
net size IS.00 S.OO SOLID C10L13 1CMBLU.M CHARMS. Cups and Saucerw , quadruple Plain dozen mid fancy handle , per
Sterling Writing Set , two Combined K. T. and Shrlner. . SJ.OO 20.cn plate 7.00 3.00 9.00 4.50
pieces 7.50 3.00 Combined K. T. and S.irlner. . 12. CO 7.00 Cups and Saucers , quadruple. ICE CREAM SETS.
Sterling Silver Holiler , II kt Combined K. T. and Shrlner. . 30.00 15.CO pluto C.73 3.00 2 sots. 13-pleeo Win. Rogers ,
gold pen 5.00 2.00 K. T. , Jeweled , rubles and diamonds Cups nnd Saucers , quadruple gilt bowl 7.00 3.50
Sterling Silver Pencils 4.00 1.00 mends " 0.00 13.00 plate 5.00 1.50 KNIVES.
Pine II kt. Clold Hair Comb. 1S.50 8.00 K. T 20.00 12.00 Sterling Court Piaster Cases , 1 dor.cn
Fine 14 kt. Gold Hnlr Comb. 20.00 9.00 K. T 33.110 IS.00 $1.50 to -1.00 73c to 1.50 composition Ivory han
dle , steel blade .
Fine 14 let. Gold Hair Comb. 12.00 fi.OO , per dozrn 10.50 C.OO
K. T 12.50 S.OO SOLID GOLD WATCH '
CHAIN'S AT 15X- 1 dozen
Fine 14 kt. Gold Hair Comb. 15.00 5.00 . Ivory handle , sliver ,
K. T 40.00 20.00
TKEMKhY LOW P1UC15S. plated blades , per dozen. . . . 15.00 S.OO V
Fine 14 kt. Gold Hair Comb. fi.50 4.00 Chap ) tor S.OO 4.00
Fine 14 kt. Gold Hair Comb. C.OO 3.00 if i > ln 00 G.OO Rogers Bros. , per dozen 4.00 3.00
Fine 11 let. Gold Hat Pin , en k. P. , i. b.'o.'r. . M. w. ' A' , ' Rare Bargains in Novelties.
nmelcd ball C.OO 3.00 A. O. U. W. nnd U. A 5.50 2.50 Rare Bargains in Rings.
Fine 11 kt. Gold Hat Pin , Former Our
en Clgnr Case 32.50 12.00
amclcd swords C.OO 3.00 Price. Price.
Mugs 5.50 2.00 Former Our
Fine 11 kt. Gold Hat Pin . . Sterling nnd Bono PaperKnives
8.00 3.00 Orange Cups and Spoons and Price. Price
Knives $2.00 to $ 2.50 Jl.OO
Fine solid Gold Slick Pins
Plates 5.00 2.50 Solid Gold
Rings $ 1.00 $ .50
$1.50 to C.OO 2.50 Sterling Paper Knives 1.50 3.00
Orange Cups nnd Spoons nnd Fine Solid Gold Rings < 4 former price.
Sterling back Pocket Mirrors. . 3.00 1.00
Flno solid Gold Stick Pins PlHtes -1.50 2.00 Diamond
$ .1.00 to 3.50 1.50 Sterling Flasks 2T..OO 12.00 Sterling VlnngrcttrH W to 4.00ltol.50 than cost. Rings 10 to 20 per cent less
Sterling Silver Epworth Sterling Flasks 13.00 C.OO Sterling silver rhatclnln , Ser Solid Gold Initial
pent. 3 swivels 7.50 3.00
League Pins 14 kt. Gold Pens , In sterling graved , Imitation
Solid Gold Bnworth League holders 5.00 2.00 Sterling silver Clmtolnln , ntaolc
Pins 1.50 Solid Gold Toothpicks 5.00 2.00 Flcur-de-llH , 3-swivel 7.50 3.00 onyx , medium weight shank 7.60 3.50
Sterling Silver Enameled Veil Sterling Silver Pencils 4.00 1.00 Sterling silver Chatelaln , very Gold Initial Ring * , en
Clasps 2.50 1.00 Writing Set , sterling silver , 2 lino. C-snIvcl 12.50 6.00 graved , Imitation black
Sterling Silver Cult Pins 1.00 .50 pieces 7.50 3.00 Sterling sliver Butter Knives onyx , extra hciivy shank. . . . 0.00 6.50
11. P. Cuff Pins 1.00 .50 Sterling Bicycle. Name Plates .7.- ; .23 $2.50 to 4.00 1.50 Gold Initial Rings , medium
Solid Gold Cuft Pins 2.00 1.00 Sterling Whistles 2.00 .50 Sterling silver Bon Bon shank , C diamond chips 0.00 5.50
Solid Gold Ilrooch K.OO 3.00 Sterling Shaving Soap Box. . . . 7.50 4.00 Spoons } 2.50 to C.OO fl to 2.00 Gold Initial Rings , heavy
Solid Gold Brooch $7.50 to 30.00 J4 to 15.00 Sterling Cigarette Cases 12.00 4.00 Stirling silver Orange shank. C diamond chips 12.00 7.00
Knives 2.50 1.50 Solid Gold Thlmbllw $4,50 to 6.00 S.OO
DIAMONDS DIAMONDS DIAMONDS DIAMONDS
20 per Cent Below Cost , 20 Per Cent Below Cost. 20 Per Cent Below Cost. 20 Per Cent Below Cost.
nn "np nn
J. IB. ; Dr. J. C. Claussen , P. ; Dr. J. C.
Claussen , James W. Dodd and Smith Arnejl.
T. ; John Ruthvcn , J. O. Staples , delegates to
ilgh court ; Richard C. Hewitt , Herman A.
Hanson , alternates.
Court Allemanla No. 3023 of South Omaha
las elected officers as follows : Charles
Grant , C. D. ; Charles Bomholt , C. R. ; George
Schrlvcr , V. C. R. ; F. Ruplng. R. S. ; Wll-
lam Schoon , F. S. ; H. Treuble , T. ; F.
Heffilnger. C. ; C. M. Sohlndel , P. ; R. Schune-
man , S. W. ; Charles Hecse. J. W. ; A. Kunkel ,
S. B. ; H. Herbst , J. B. ; EKarsch. . F.
Heffllnger , R. Schmidt. T. ; Charles Bomholt ,
Frank Christmann , William Schocn , dele
gates to high court ; E. Karsch , F. Mortens ,
SOMM of Vi'
The local members of the Sons of Veterans
are getting Into line by preparing to bring
to this city during the exposition year an
other convention , the national encampment
of their order. No united steps or con
certed action has as yet been taken In the
matter , although some of the members are
at work pulllni : the wires.
The encampment would bo a very deslr-
able adjunct to the exposition. It would
bring to the city about 0,000 uniformed men
and In addition several thousand other pee
ple. If It Is secured an endeavor will be
nado to Induce congress to allow the order !
: o camp at the old fort. Next year's en
campment Is to bo held In Indianapolis dur
ing" August. |
Last Tuesday night George Crook camp ,
No. 1 , held a reception at the residence of
( ! . M. Rawltzer , 3012 Oak street. The even
ing was very enjoyably spent. The program
Included an address on the "Good of the
Order" by Colonel George P. Wolz of Fre
mont , division commander , a song by Ruby
Forbes , a piano solo by Clifford Forbes and
a violin solo by George Becker , -who was
accompanied on the piano by Mrs. C. S.
Slmmerman. Dancing was Indulged In and
refreshments were served. Among those
present were. Messrs. and Mesdames A. II.
Hawltzer , C. M. Rawltzer , F. G. Bennett ,
0. li. Salisbury , J. G. Kuhn , "W. K. Jacobs
and A. C. Cooper ; Misses Ruby Forbes , M.
Rawltzer and A. Howe ; Messrs. J. L. Gid
eon , G. W. Griffith. E. E. Cole , B. L. Burrls ,
Joseph Becker. William Muleahy and C. N.
Forbes. Colonel George F. Wolz and Dr. L.
Next Wednesday night the camp will hold
a grand muster In Grand Army of the Re
public hall. Twenty-five candidates are
scheduled to mount the goat during the
course of tlio evening.
Frank E. Moorcs camp , No. 21 , elected the
following officers last Monday : S. T. Wiggins ,
captain ; William C. YoUer , first lieutenant ;
William L. Francis , second lieutenant ; Fred
Chlte , George I. Yoder and William Anthony ,
camp council ; Daniel L. Johnson , delegate ;
E. L. Burrls , alternate. Dr. J. W. Parsons
was appointed quartermaster sergeant by
Captaln-olect Wiggins , The remainder of the
staff officers will bo appointed at an early
At the last regular meeting Union Pacific
council No. 10G9 elected officers as follows :
William M. Glller , R. ; Edwin- . Perfect , V.
R , ; A. E. Hutclilnson , P. R.j E , B. Berry-
man. 0. ; A. P. Brink , S. ; J. B , Reynolds , C. ;
D. T Stubbs , T. ; T. J. Mackay , C. ; C. A.
Grlmmel , G. ; R. C. Hayes. W. ; W. F.
Thomas , S. The officers will bo Installed
on January 11.
At the saino meeting fourteen applications
for membership were received ,
Lodge No , 163 of Cozad elected the fol
lowing officers : Harry Lcflcr , C. C. ; J. S.
Larmon , V. C. ; J. B. Hughes , P. ; Charles
Strolt , M. of W- : Henry Crow , M. of E. ;
Fred Allen , M. of P. ; El E. Cook , K. R. S. ;
M. H. Brown , M. at A.
Planet lodge , No. 4 , of this city elected the
following : Julius Treltschko. D. D. G. C. ;
William Stark , C. C. ; Edward Gursky , V. C. ;
August Karfcten , M. of W. ; Julius Treitschko ,
K. of H. S. ; Gustavo Fries , P. ; Jacob Frank ,
M. of E. ; Samuel Motz , M. of P. ; Paul L ,
Wagner , M. of A. ; Henry Moeller , I. G. ;
Nlckolaus Frlcdrlchsen , 0. Q.
Ilmllirrlioiiil of Kllcx.
The ladles' social which was given by the
local ledge In Its lodge rooms last Thursday
night was a delightful affair. It was very
well attended and some of the best society
pc-oplo were numbered In the list of guest * .
The evening was largely spent In dancing In
the large ledge hall , the lloor of which was
covered with canvas for the occasion.
Numerous tables were provided for those
who wlahed to play cards. During the course
of the evening excellent refreshments were
The affair was aur-h a pronounced success
that Just plcbt the lodco de
cided to glvo monthly functions during the
winter. Ladles' socials and stag parties
will. alternate In the program. The arrange
ments for the former have * been placed In
the hands of a permanent committee , con
sisting of E. O'Brien , W. Barrett , A. D. Tuz-
alln , Dr. G. S. Nason , W. J. Foyo and A. J.
Van Kuran. The arrangements for the stag
parties will be made by another permanent
committee , which Is composed of the follow
ing : George 1 * . Cronlf , Moso O'Brien , J. E.
Tetart , C. W. Cockrell , Jo Barton and "Doc"
Windsor Castle , No. 1 , held Its usual ses
sion last Friday evening in Its hall In Labor
temple. There were several candidates who
traveled the rocky road , but with a courage
born of the zeal that comes only to these
who Join the Legion , they pushed ( or were
pushed ) forward till Ihoy had fully earned
Iho title by which they were finally greeted ,
This belng'tho last meeting of the castto
for 1S9C , an election of officers was held , re
sulting as follows : G. A. Rohrbough. re
gent ; H. C. Akin , vice regent ; F. E. Win
ning. secretary ; W. P. Knapp , treasurer ;
W. T. Sprlngmeyer , herald ; Louis Lehmann ,
guard ; M. W. Prime , watch ; H. L. Tostevln ,
trustee for three years. Mrs. M. F. Akin
retains her position of past regent , the re
gent having been re-elected. The enter
tainment committee then took charge , but
owing to the lateness of the hour , only fur
nished a short program , but It was exceed
ingly enjoyable. It was as follows : Reci
tation , "Tho Crushed Tragedian , " H. L.
Tostovln ; song , "Three Long Days , " Imperial
quartet , consisting of Akin , Prlmo , Henry
and Packard. They were recalled and sang ,
"Swing Low , Sweet Chariot. "
Order of tinWorld. .
Preparations are being made for an cn-
Joyablo tlnio at the monthly social of Myrtle
ledge No. 399 on January 4. The big cake ,
a thlrteen-pounder , will bo the center of
attraction , and every member Is hustling to
sea how many chances can bo sold on It ,
Elections of officers In the various lodges
take place the last meeting In December ,
and Installations ! are duo on the first stated
meeting In January. Every member In
good standing Is asked to make It a point
to attend the meetings during the month
and sco that good officers are elected for
the ensuing year.
Inilrpciiilfiit Orclor of Oilil Follow * ) .
Ivy Rebekah ledge No. 33 elected as fol
lows : Mrs. M. A. Jeffries , N. G. ; Miss Llzzlo
Craddock , V. G. ; MUs lola Chllds , S. ; Mrs.
Harriet Parker , T.
The Keystone ledge No. 165 election re
sulted as follows : A. F. Rick. N. G. ; Wil
liam Bcrbou , V. G. ; J. J. Myers , S. ; J. C ,
Klotz , T.
In Mary Rebekah lodge of David City Mrs.
F. W. Sleeper was elected N. G. ; Miss Belle
Humphrey , V. G. ; Miss Jessie Hall , S. , and
Miss Gertrude Humphrey , T. Mrs. Emma
G. Smith was recommended for appointment
to the office of lodge deputy.
TUACIIKHS ANUMAMTOHS WOltltlEU
May Nol Ilreelvo Oopi-mlior Salaried
Until Afler iC
The public school teachers end Janitors
are cxperlcncins a goqd deal of anxiety on
account of their December salaries. In previ
ous years It has teen customary for the
board to arrange lo pay the December sal
aries before the holidays In order that the
employes might bo aWe to use the money
for Christmas. But this year there are
serious objections lo this course.
There are already ; warrants registered ag
gregating a largo amount and If the salaries
are allowed before the first of the month
$25,000 will be added to the amount on
which the taxpayers must pay Interest. If
the salaries are not paid until they are
due the fund will have been reinforced by
the payment of many of thu saloon licenses
and there will bo no necessity for paying in
terest on the warrants. For this reason
several members of the board are opposed
to making the usual concession , white others
are lu favor of gratifying the teachers any
how , _
I'nflllc Iliirltor Ilouril nt Work" .
LOS ANGELES , Dec. 19. The members
of the harbor board visited San Pedro and
devoted their first visit to traversing the
bay , no soundings being made. The board
will visit San Pedro again thla morning ,
employing the coast survey vessel Godney
to make a more thorough Inspection , They
will then steam to Santa Monica , and this
will probably complete the official inspec
tion of the two harbaru. Hearings will bo
SCIIURIG GETS A CLEAN BILL
Experts Pile Their Eeport on the County
PROSPECT OF ANOTHER INVESTIGATION
JonkliiN Snyn Only Iiiiiintun unit Kni-
Itloyi'H Shall Havelliinril and
nt tin : dimity
City Electrician Schurlg , who was ac
cused by H. S. Thomas before the Board
of County Commissioners with falling to
properly wire the county hospital according
to contract and specifications , was given u
clean hill at the meeting of the commission
ers yesterday morning. His vindication was
embodied In the report of expert electricians ,
W. F. White , Irwen Levlston and W. S.
Rogers , who were appointed by the board
to make an Investigation.
The report was as follows : "In accordance
anco with the Instructions of your honora
ble body , we have this day made an ex
amination and inspection of the wiring of
the county hospital with particular refer
ence to the manner In which the contractor
has fulfilled the terras of his agreement ,
and beg to submit the following report of
Its findings :
"Tho main building and halls are wired
for 190 lamps , now Installed , and under the
terms of the contract the wires must have
capacity ftfr twice this number , or 3SO lamps.
The rear building , to make up the balance
of the COO lamps called for , should to wired
for 220 lamps , of which number 110 lamps
are now Installed.
"Tho electric current Is now being supplied
by the New Omaha Thomson-Houston Elec
tric Light company , whoe wires connect
to the hospital wiring near Its center of
distribution , so that the feeders , running
to the centers of distribution from the
dynamo room , are used for only a part of
the distance , and the per cent of loss In
eald feeders could not thercforo bo deter
mined by volt meter test.
SHOWS EXCELLENT RESULTS ,
"Tho drop In the wiring , however , between
the centers of distribution and tlio lamps
was determined by measuring with a stand
ard Western volt meter , the voltage at
the branch cutouts at the center of distri
bution and at the lamps. Tbo drop in
voltage was found to be one-half volt with
all the lamps burning , the lamps being of 3.G
watts efficiency. Lamps of 3.1 watts effi
ciency , as covered by the contract , there
fore would ihow a drop In the wiring of .43
of one volt , which equals .36 of one volt If
the voltage were 120 volts , which voltage
you might use If the hospital were being
lighted from Its own plant.
"With double the number of lamps the
drop would tbcrcforo bo only .72 of one volt ,
which Is a most excellent and unusual re
"Tho loss In the feeders from the dynamo
room to the centers of distribution , figur
ing 3SO lamps of 3.1 watts efficiency at 120
volts , the distance being 350 feet and the
total cross section of the feeders 29I.S78 cir
cular mills ( on each side ) , Is determined
by calculation to bo 3.7 volts , or almost ex
actly 3 per cent loss , If lamps of 3.1 watts
efficiency and 120 volts , as specified above ,
wcr used ,
"This calculation Is based on twice the
number of lamps now Installed , so that If
all the lamps now located were In use at one
time under the above conditions the total
loss from the switchboard to the lamps
would bo only S per cent. The contract
specifies a loss from the center of distribu
tion , to the lamps of 2 per cent , with tlio
lamps doubled In number , and the result
accomplished Is Just twice as good ,
"Tho contract docs not specify the amount
of loss In the feeders. The original specifi
cations name a total loss of C per cent , and
thu results obtained show only -I per cent ,
or 20 per cent better than called for. The
amended specifications call for 2 per cent
total ] oaa. or CO per cent better than ob
tained. ThcBo two specifications and the
contract conflict. The contract calls for 2
per cent from the center of distribution to
the lamps , ami It would therefore bo ob
viously luipctieiUc to iVlro ( or a total loot
of.2 per cent If the contract Is fulfilled In
"In addition to this confllctlon , we would
call your attention to the fact that If you
should at seine future time Install your
own dynamo , and use the feeders for double
the number of lamps the present feeders
arc of sufficient size and capacity , and no
additional wire should bo needed or re
quired. The wiring Is complete and of
sufficient capacity for giving perfect tcrv-
Ice for COO lamps.
"Thercforo In view of the fact that the two
specifications and the contract disagree each
from the other as to the percentage of loss
permissible , and as Uia wires now Installed
are of sulllclent size anil capacity for COO
lamps , and as the whole construction work
has been done In a thoroughly good and
workmanlike manner , wo would recommend
that the wiring bo accepted as fulfilling the
requirements of the contract.
"Wo find the whole plan of wlrlns well
designed and the workmanship and material
excellent. Wo find , further , that the work
fully complies with the original specifications
as drawn by City Electrician Schurlg.
"Wo also wish to express the opinion that
thu county has secured not only an excellent
pleco of wiring construction , but , moreover.
It has secured It at a low price , practically at
cost to the contractor. "
Chairman John .Tcnkjns caused a little
flurry In the proceedings by vacating the
chair and presenting a resolution which
provided that rooms and board In the
county hospital building should bo allowed
to none of the members of the family of the
superintendent except 'himself , his wife and
child. Jenkins stated tb.it the superintend
ent's mother-in-law was living at the In
stitution , although she had all kinds of
money with which to support herself. Upon
motion of Commissioner Steinberg Iho reso
lution was referred to the committee on
poor farm , but Commissioner Jenkins gave
notice that he would not allow It to bo
burled and would call for a report at the
next meeting ,
COMES BACK AGAIN.
The chairman Instilled a little more In
terest Into the meeting by calling up from
the committee on poor farm a resolution ho
had presented three weeks ago which pro
vided that the salary of the engineer , J. H.
Unwell , at the county roor farm bo reduced
from ? Sj to $55 u month , and thut ho lie
allowed to live In the building. Jenkins
held that an engineer ought to llvo In the
building all the time to look after the heatIng -
Ing apparatus properly and also Intimated j |
that the engineer was practically living there
now , although hla pici > cnl salary was given
for the purpose of allowing him to get
sustenance outside. The board did not care
to touch the matter and It wae very promptly
burled again by being referred to tlio com
mittee of the whole of the now board ,
County Treasurer Helmrod reportoJ lhat
f.einl-amiual Interest on Douglas county
bonds , aggregating $10,702.50 , would mature
on January 1. Ilio trcaaurcr was authorized
to draw a warrant on the bond ( linking fund
for the amount.
Permission was granted Charlca Ooss ,
guarJIan of August Wlbcrg , Insane , to hell
his ward's real estate to satisfy some $0,000
debts and encumbrances , Including taxes.
Wiberg several years ago won $30.000 In a
lottery and received the money In cash.
Ho had a good time as long as the money
lasted anil went Insane after It was gone.
The real estate the guardian wluhca to nell
ta the last of the estate.
Thp reslgnotlons of R. S. Wilcox and
Thomas Hull us members of tlio Soldiers
Relief commission wore not accepted , as they
have agreed at the solicitation of the com-
mlsslonore to servo out their term.
The contract with 0. W. Hull & Co. for
furn'shlng coaV for the court hence and Jail
was orJcred PlKiiud. Tha mutter has been
delayed a month.
The resignation of B. F. Trapp as a Justice
of the peace in South Omaha was accepted.
F , A. Agnew , who was recommended by
almost all the attorneys In the packing
house city , was appointed to nil the vacancy.
W. R. Patrick , the attorney of Murderer
Morgan , requested nn allowance of $50 or $60 ,
the expense of filing n brief In the murderer's
case which Is now In thu supreme court.
The attorney said that the convicted man
was without friends able to pay thla ex
pense. The county has already paid the at
torney $150 for his services In behalf of the
man , The request was referred to a com
A petition was received from 314 residents
of Uonaon requesting that the burg bo In-
comorated as a village , The proposed town
Is to cover a llttlp more than 1,000 acres.
The matter was referred to a committee.
The board passed a number cf appropria
tion sheets. A considerable numbwr of wit
ness fee's Incurred durlni ; the pi-uncut term
of the dUtrlct court worn ordered palil.
Adjournment was taken tn 10 o'clock on
the tuoruloe of December 29 ,
A I'ltHSCRlPTIOX XECnSS.lllV.
Tlio Ilttcdir Couldn't Snd the
Mo I lie r Without II.
"While It Is true
that a physician tees
much of tlio sadness which Is tlio lot of thu
human race , " said an M. D. to the Wash Ing-
ton Star , "ho also at times has professional
experiences which are very amusing. I am
reminded of thla by a call I recently had to
the homo of a lady who wao enjoying tha
society of her first born , aged four mouthy.
I was sent for hurriedly and went prepared
to treat any malady Incident to childhood.
Tlio mother on my arrival was almost In
hysterics , but striving to remain calm. She
took mo to the bed" pointed to the sli-oplng
child , but said nothing. The baby appeared
to bo lu excellent health and resting com
fortably. I looked uj ) to Inquire the causa
of her alarm and she whispered : 'Don't you
t'co It Its head ? '
"Tho child's head appeared to bo all
I saw that It was useless to remonstrate , and
said I would glvo her a prescription. H was
aqua ptira , one tc.ispoonftil every three hours ,
and I presume elio Is still giving U to tha
" 'It'n throbbing , ' rho raid.
"I could Hcarcely refrain from rmlllng , foi
slio evidently felt alarmed becaiiso there wai
a gcntlo pulBo on lop uf the child's head , a r
thing common and necessary to Infant life
I endeavored to explain that an Infant's skull
Is not hard and composed entirely of bone
like that of an adult , but that a portion ol
It remains soft to allow for growth and ex
pansion. She would have none of It. Th
child , she Imagined , had had nn accident
or was suffering from twmo dreadful disease.
It HnH an InjnrloiiN HfTpiM on ( lie- Foci
A manufacturer , in gossiping with a re
porter of tho'San Francisco Chronicle about
the beat way of handling workmen , says that
the nature of the lloor of the shop has a
great deal to do with the amount of work
that la got out of the operative staff. Ho
was at once struck by the difference In the
apparent activity of two sets of men worlj-
Ing on similar Jobs at the vlso In two rooms
of a large uhop.
Due was lu an old building and the other
was In one of icccnt construction. In the
former the men stood easily and naturally
at their woik. and showed no symptoms of
a hankering for a scat on the bench , whllo
In the latter the men were-shifting their
weight from one foot to the other , -throwing
ono leg upon the bench al every opportunity
and showing every evidence of foot fatigue.
The superintendent guessed that the dif
ference was duo to the floors upon which
the two gangs of men were standing. In
the old shop the floor was of wood , springy ,
to .1 certain extent , and a poor conductor of
heat. In the new shop It was of the most
beautiful concrete , an excellent conductor
of heat frnin the feet of the workman , and.
as unyielding us granite rock. So the
benches In the now shop were raised a
couple of Inches , and each man was given a
platform of wood that rested on two cross
pieces at the end , and had a slight spring
to It. The foot weariness disappeared al
most at once , and no further trouble wan
experienced. Which shows that the pretti
est lloor Is not alwayo the best for thu work ,
THE PRIZE KANSAS
BAB ? CITY
OF iio ,
By ( to
Our ti liy "lien thrro wccki old ir lurtlynf.
ClcleU with Icnu. I . Her li-u ( < l , arm.lucklluibt.
and marly utry Joint In IKT IxMljr wu luirtiuil
tlotllnx winno concluded t try ( 'I'TICUIiA.
ItKUKHICB.Vu IK-XIIII wllh Cl'TllTHA ' ( olnt-
Dicnl ) and CUTICIIIIX BOAI- , mid eSltr Hi ttitt
omi/icaifo'i / nn caiilit tco a clmncc. After we li > 4
U H | them ono i ck tomoot Hiuinwlud liculid
entirely , and ccaitd In cprcad , In lo lluu a
mouth. lie wai free fi urn c lr aud Mf mlilics. an.1
tn-dir lui \ < m\y \ Mn end Inlr us tuy clilld ,
Him nu tlinwn ut Iliu ( Irni n Idr , nml look
iimiilum at Hitprrllliit iialijr.airr tlxlrrn olhrn
Mil.4 Slu .l'linitianHeU < a\l&rA\enKtu > .CHr ,
B U trtrwlii . funiaUiva kC .toar.UMt * ,
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