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THE OMAHA DAILY llEEt SUNDAY, MARCH 0, 1002.
OMAHA TEAM FOR THIS YEAR
Hunger Bourte Gitet Out His Line for
YOUNG BLOOD IS MIXED WITH OLD
Feat Oatflelal of lBt Seaeaa Rela
forced ar Goo Ilrl4 and Whole
Well Tepaea with etroaar
Manager Wllllani A. Rourke of the Omihi
baas ball elub yesterday announced the
personnel of hit playing atafl for tbls
season. Ha will begin the year with twenty
men on hie team Hat, ai follow:
Catcher! Johnny Gooding, Arthur Hayes,
Jack Tbomaa, Ouy Reed.
Pitchers Frank Owens, George Brown,
Dudley Rlsley, Podge Alloway, Dusty Coons,
Eddie Gordon, Charles Graham.
InOeldere Dave Calhoun, first base: Ace
Stewart, second base; Ed Hlckey, third
base; Joe Dolan, short stop; Peter Burg,
utility Infielder. ,
Outfielders Robert Carter, left field;
Frank Oenlns, center field; Tom Fleming,
right field; Will Btone, utility outfielder.
".That la the best base ball team that
ever represented Omaha," aald Manager
Rourk a. "I ahall start the season abreast
of any of them and ahead of several. ' I
hare all my best men of last year back
gain, and some very valuable new ones.
True, a few ar young players, but even
those have their pronounced merits. A
ball player Is tb result of development,
anyway, and I shsll see what can be done
with these youngsters toward bringing
them out. That's the only way to get
Papa Bill oa the Teaaa.
Take this list right down from the be
ginning, and I'll give you the history of
each man as 1 know It. Among tho catchers
everybody knows Johnny Oondlng, snd
what a valuable man he was last year He
la In better shape physically now. Then
Hayes Is a young fellow from Superior,
Neb., who gives promise. Thomas I have
taken entirely upon the recommendation of
Frank Oenlns, who says he la good one.
Thomas played with a team at Belleville,
111., last rear. Hla home Is at St. Louis.
Reed la another youngster. He comes from
Gesoa, Neb., and is chiefly known In baae
ball from having played with the Nebraska
Indiana for several years.
"With my pitchers I am especially strong.
I have a staff (hers that cannot be sur
passed. First there are Coona, Alloway
Gordon and Graham of last year'a team,
.Their work Is known. Gordon and Graham
should Improve much th's season, bslng
novices last year. Coons is now at h'a
home In Newcastle, Ind., Alloway In Peters
burg, K?.. Gordon la In Lincoln and Graham
In Greenwood, Neb. 1
'Th new pitchers are all stars. Frank
Owens has. thrown tor Detroit the last two
years, and Is a foxy, experienced man. Hit
hom Is In Tpstlanti, Mich.
Tws New WMrlwIa.e,
"George Brown Is to be the, real meteor
of ths team, If he fulfills promises shown
last year. He is ths coal miner who mads
hla first appearance last year with ths
Terra Haute team, and made such a big
tear la ths baseball world. They were all
after him thla season. He lives In Rose
dale, Ind., and came right out of the mines
there te play hall. Acs Stewsrt took after
Brown for me. snd told me that he would
land him for Omaha If be had to Pat
Crows him. . I feel .mighty lucky, to hsvs
"Then Dudley Rlsley, the last of the
pitchers, Is no. slouch. He was the star
twlrler of the Spokane, Wash., team last
year, which Is the one that took the cham
pionship In that northwestern league. Hs
wrote me a week sgo saying that be had
been offered $100 a month more than I am
giving him' by an eastern team, but i hsvs
got him. He Is out on the coast now. One
or nisei y s strongest points Is that be Is a
crackerjack Infielder for any emergency or
Llkee His laaeld.
' "Coming to my Infield, we all know old
Davs Calhoun, ths best batter In th bust
Bets. H Is In town now. Ac Stewart
seeds, no comment. He Is wintering st
his horns In Terrs Haute. Ed Hlckey Is a
third baseman that cannot be beat, and a
fair hitter betides. He la not the Hlckey
who played with Denver last year, but it
ths men who ha Just finished his fourth
seston with ths Indianapolis club. Hlckey
Is a very etrong man. He Is now at Ind ao-
"Joe Dolsn will be cne of my good bat
ters, and as s Shortstop has a great reputa
tion. He hs been Dlaylnr. with Phila
delphia the last three years. Dolan Is sa
Omaha man, and Is now In thla city.
"I muet tell you about my utility In
fielder, little Pete Burg. He la the phe
nomenon of my team and a coming player.
Its- la only five feet two Inches tall, the
very shortest In th business, and hla
stockinette mskes him look all the more
squatty ss he skates around ths diamond.
Pete la a inlcago boy and played with the
Spalding team there last year. His base
running Is a great feature, at he can do
100 yarda In ten seconds and a half In hie
bate bill clothes. ,
Oataela Barely Faat.
"My outfield It one big catch net. Bob
Carter, ths fastest runner In tne Western
lesgue, will play left. He Is a ten-aeeond
man flat aay time and hit base running Is
correspondingly great. He la the man I
bad early last year who mad so god with
ths people snd then had to quit because he
was taken with smallpox. Bob la now at
hla home In Jackson City, Tenn.
. "Oenlns at center, meanwhile, and Flem
ing at right, everyone knowa. Both are
great batters and wonderful fielders. ' Tom
Is 'now In Hartford, Conn., and Genlns In
St. Louts, (.tone, my utility outfielder. Is
also known here. I bad htm a short time
last ye4r and he was a hit. The first time
hs cams to bat he rapped out a beautiful
two-bagger sad It made him solid with th
crowd. He Is living at Coleridge. Neb.
"That aggregation mesne a salary list of
13.000 a month to start on. All ths boys
will be on hand hers for practice on April
1. I am, of course, paying their transpor
tation and they will all ride In Pullmao
"Sunday eight I 'go to Denver to attend
the Western league meeting. A. O. Spald
ing, Pat Powera. Jim Hart and perhaps
Jimmy .Terrell .will be there. I guess that
la godrt baching for yon. We are certainly
established on rock bottom. Everything
pointa to the v Western -st th lesgue and
Omaha as the team In -It." '
BASE BALL NOT A NUISANCE
Judas Miller Holaa that Property
Owners C'aaaet Preveat Eatabllsa
last Base Ball Park.' ." .
LOUISVILLE. March 8. In the circuit
court today Judge "Sbackleford Miller sus
tained the demurrer of Oeorgs Tebeaii, who
holds the Louisville franchise" In ths Amer
ican association, to the decision of property
owners In the vicinity of Seventh and Ken
tucky streets', asking for an Injunction to
prevent Tebeau from establishing a ball
park In that neighborhood. 'Judge Miller
holds that the base ball in - Itself la not a
nuisance and that the property owners'
only recourse it a suit for damages or a
criminal prosecution if they consider they
have suffered say. harm. Tebeau will now
be able to proceed with hla plana. . ..
Three (.halee Oaaa Wla.
CHARLESTON, S. C, March 1-Johnny
Brown, King Along and Tremor were the
winning favoritea today at the Exposition
First race, four furlongs and a half, sell
ing: Johnny Brown won. Swan Dance
second. Give and Take third. Time: OiMH.
third, time: 1:06.
aecona race, nve rurlonea. selllne:
ion tioy won, uton Clay aecond, Laracor
Third race, six fnrlonca and half all.
Ing: Patchwork won. Toad Ralney aecond,
Ortce Wilson third. Time: 1:27. .
Fourth race, ore mile and three-elx-
teentns. selling, over nve hurdles: King
Along won, Haco second. Stuttgart third.
Fifth race,' 'handicap, six' furlongs: Tre
mor won, Lady Alntre second, Barney Baal
third. Time: 1:18. . ,
. Sixth race, four furlongs fend a naif, sell
ing: Olea won, W. J. Baker second, Sylva
Dell third. Time: 0:S84. ...
Haatlagtoa's Oreat Sear.
"Dad" Huntington of the Gate City
bowling team threw a wonderful match
agalnat Clarksoa of the 'Clarkeons- at
Clark's alleys last night. The two men
were bowling; oil a tie tor a prise of a ten
pin ball. They bowled five games of ten
frames. Huntlnrton started out like a
whirlwind with 215 the first game, and fol
Mowed this with a bigger one. He did not
fall below 2T0 till the last game, and his
totnl was 1,067. Clnrkson was not in 'the
running from the start. Score:
let. 2d. S.i. 4th. Rth. Tot.
Huntington 215 229 227 213 183 1.0S7
Clarkson li 134 163 111 17 835
New Dasnbkell Llftlaa; Reoora.
CINCINNATI. March 8.' Henry Holt
grewe. a local etrons man, defeated Otto
Konaino or jxew roric i:ny. me champion
dumbbell lifter of the World. In a dumbbell
lifting contest for $500 a side at the Odeon
here tonlaht. It was a serlea of ten lifts.
Ave selected by each man. both to per-
lorm eacn outers reais. noitgrewe won
by nineteen pounda In the ninth lift.
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m -jit .
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All eorreaooadmea is strictly eenfidea
tlaL mailed la plain, sealed envelope. Th
recetpe ta free for the asking and he waste
very ansa to nave it.
COMPLETE WESTERS ClRCtTT
Whitfield, Van Brunt and Manning Con
clude Formation of League.
LIST OF CLUBS AND THEIR MANAGERS
Dea Melaee aa.l Peerla Satisfy tk
Magaates.ae ta the gtataa af
Their Flaaaelal Bark,
KANSAS CTTT, March 8. At a meeting
of Messrs. Whitfield, Van Brunt and Man
ning, the circuit committee of ths Western
Base Ball league, today, the circuit was
completed as follows:
Ksnsst City C. A.- Nichols, manager.
Milwaukee Hugh Duffy, manager,
Denver Park Wilson, manager.
Colorado Springe William Bverltt, man
St. Joseph Byron McKlbbln, manager.
Omaha W. A. Rourke, manager.
Dea Molnet Jos Qulnn, manager.
Peoria American league player yet to be
tinned aa manager. ,
President Whitfield hat called a meeting
of the lesgue for Denver on Wedneeday,
March 12, at which the committee's sctlon
todsy will bs ratified and other matters
taken up. The financial backing ta Des
Moines and Peoria thoroughly satisfied ths
committee sod franchises were awarded
to them subjected to the ratification of the
league. Stock compaules will back the
teams and are sure to complete the sea
son, because enough money hat been sub
scribed to carry the teams.
Little Hop far Sloaae.
IX)NtON, March 8. The American
Jockeys In England exprese llttlo hope of
'Tod" Bloane'a reinstatement on the turf.
It l Intimated among Ploane'a friends that
he followed Lord Marcus Bereeford's ad
vice to apply for a license and that the
Jockey club is suspending Its decision pend
ing a reply from the Pens Jockey club
concerning ts desires In the matter.
Bicyclist Waaltaaar's lajarles Severe.
ATLANTA, Ga.. March 8. Bobby
Waulthaur, the Champion bicyclist, will be
confined to his bed aeveral daya aa the
result of laet nlght'e fall In a race with
Leander. The skin waa torn from the In
side of both hands, the flesh la exposed on
one arm from shoulder to wrlat, and on
the other aa far aa the elbow. He also
sustained an ugiy gash about five Inches
long In the groin.
Ih C. Taylsr. '
HURON. 8. D., March 8. (Special.) An
nouncement Of ths death of lu C. Taylor
at hla horns In Alexandria wat received
hers this morning. Mr. Taylor was among
ths most prominent cltlsens of South Da
kota and waa publisher of ths only repub
lican paper In Hanson county, ths Alex
andria Herald. Hs was born In Syrscuss,
N. T., in 1854, and whsn only a lad waa In
ths quartermaster's department of aa Ohio
regiment In the civil war. He lived in Cin
cinnati a number of years, entered news
paper work st Byron, O., snd Ister worked
In ths Republlcsn office at Charlotts, Mich.
Hs csms to Dskota la 188S, settling In Alex
andria, where hs bought ths Herald,
which hs contlaned to publish until hit
death. Hs wat ststs auditor four years
snd a prominent csndldats for governor be
fore the republican state convention st
Fraak Casger, Braoklya. -
Detroit, March 8. Frank Conger of
Brooklyn, N. T., rice president of the
Bridgeport Bridge Building company, died
suddenly today of apoplexy at ths Wsyne
For the past two days Mr. Conger had
been 111. but his condition waa not consid
ered dangeroua. Mr. Conger, who was
about 63 years old, was a stockholder in
the United States Steel corporation. Hs
also bad large Intereats at Oroton. n. Y
where he was president of both the Flret
National bank and ths Mechanics' National
bank. . ,
Mra. Catbarlae C. M. Greea.
Ths funeral of Mrs. Catharine C. M.
Green, wife of John H. Or sen, who died
Wednesday, will occur at the family resi
dence at Third and Bancroft streets at 2
o'clock Mondsy afternoon. Mrs. Green had
resided In Omaha since 1158, at one time
living at what waa known as ths "Lone
Tree," ths sits on which ths house stood
now being ths rlvsr. Sbs was 72 year of
age and leaves a husband and three daugh
ters of her Immediate family. Vr n
Rathnaa of Lake Wilson. Minn.; Mrs. Adam
Kemer snd Mist Josephine Oreen of this
. I'riel ,H. Croaker, Aatksr.
BOSTON, March 8. Uriel H. Crocker, au
thor of aeveral standard booka on legal aub
Jectt. died at his horns here today. Mr.
Crocker was 69 ysara of age. Hs was
prominent In charitable and philanthropic
work, connected officially with many finan
cial and other Institutions, and a member
Of various patriotic and social organisa
tions. Child Vlatlat af Palaaa. 1
COLUMBUS. Neb.. March 8. (Special.)
Cella, 4-year-old daughter of Arnold Abta,
lied last ulght after an Illness of ten days.
Ths attending physicians ars puttied by
the tymptomt In ths case. They agree,
however, that death resulted from, soms
tort of poisoning, probsbly dus to eating
C. M. Staataa.
JACKSONVILLE. 111., March 8. C. M.
Stanton, general manager of the Jackson
ville ft St.- Louis railroad, died, today at
Citronelle, Ala., where hs had gone for his
health. Mr. Stanton, who was 80 years of
sgs. had been engaged In the railroad busi
ness In Illinois slacs 1870.
, Jeha Lladaay, (, Lals.
ST. LOUIS, Msrch 8. John Lindsay, for
mer chief ef the St. Louis fire department,
died today after a long Illness. Previous
to 1895 Mr. Lindsay hald the position ef
chief and for mora than twenty years he
was a member of lbs Ore department.
Jeel Staaaer, Haetlasja,
HASTINGS, Neb.. March 8. (8peclal.)
Joel fitanner died at 2 o'clock yesterday
morning at his horns ta Cole's Park. Ths
funeral will bs st 3:30 tomorrow afternoon
from the family horns.
Retired La saber Dealer.
AU CLAIRE, Wla., March 8. George S.
Graves of thla city, a wealthy retired lum
ber dealer and prominent politician, died
yeeterday at Nevada, Mo., where he had
gone tot hla health. a
TYNDALL, 8. D.. March 8. (Special.)
The engagement ia anneuneed of Miss
Pauline Bailey, daughter of J. B. Bailer,
to John M. Kellogg of Monon, Ind. Tht
wedding will take place March II.
Joseph T. C. Smith snd Mra. Laura Pat
terson of Yankton were married by Rev.
T. W. Stamp of ths Methodist Episcopal
Wast Pol at Brides.
WEST POINT. Neb.. March 8. (Special.)
Edsard Bytenf sad Mist Mtoat Clauses
were married by Rev. A. R. E. Oelsclaeger
of the German Lutheran church.' They will
live On the groom'a farm easl of the city.
Heary Rssmut and MIm Palraa Berg
were married by Rev. A. B. Learner, pastor
of the Grace Lutheran church, at hit home
In this city Thursday.
ROLLER MILLING INDUSTRY
Nebraska lias Over Faar MllllaaS la
Capital sal Eight la Valae
af Fred act a.
WASHINGTON. March 8. The census
preliminary statistics of flouring and grist
mills of the United States In 1900 shows a'
total of tS.SM such establishments, with
an aggregate capital of 3218.714.104. wags
earners sversglng 37.03, drawing 817,704,418
In wages; miscellaneous expenses, $10,325
888, and cost of materlala used, 2475,825,845.
Of these materials there were 488,814,004
bushels of wheat, costing $317,833,257; 241,
029,249 bushels of corn, costing $93,882,809,
and all other materlala cost $4.010.47.
Ths totsl vslue of the products of these
ralllt in 1900 wat $560,719,083. which com
prises 102.624,194 barrels of flour, valued at
$348,185,800 ; 40,035,977 barrela of corn meal.
valued at $73,177,402. and all other pro
ducts were valued at $139,857,561.
The capital and value of the products, re
spectively, of these mills by states fol
low: AlabamsA-Csoltal. 81.047.961: product. 13,-
Ariaona Capital, I2ZI.I1"; product, Mtf,
24. Arkansas Capital, $1,U3,052; product. 83,-
California Capital, $4,552,3 !2; product,
$11. HO, 944.
Coloradow-Capltal, $2,010,774; product, $(,-
Connecticut Capital, $1,565,478; product,
Delaware Capital, 11,017,50? ; product. $1.
165.800. District of Columbia Capital, $198,0e5;
Florida Capital, $123.41; product. $302,7f.7.
Georgia Capital,. t2,604,0g3; product,
Idaho-Capital, $59107; product,, 8832.207.
Illinois Capital, $12,62,&tt; product, $31,
Indiana Capital, $10,784,544; product, $3),
150,766. Indian Territory Capital, $478,241; product,
Iowa Capital, $8,421,078; product, $13,823,
053. Kansas Capital, $3,336,964; product, $21,
Kentucky Capital, $4,928,928; product, $14.
815,161. Louisiana Capital, $112,918; product, $188.
826 Maine Capital, $1,136,767; product, $3,399,
832 Maryland Capital, $3,438,998; product, $9,
835.846. Maaeachusetts Capital, $1,930,927; product,
Michigan Capital, $7,953.57; product, $23,
693.991. Minnesota Capital, $24,125,781; product,
Mississippi Capital, $225,335; product, $93.',
814. Missouri Capital, $11,402,927; product, $,-
Montana Capital, $716,189; product, $995,-
Nebraaka Capital, $4,355,934; product, ?.
100,794. Nevada Capital, $231,247; product, $157.47.
New Hampshire Capital, $1,001,990; prod
New Jersey Capital, $3,004,400; product,
New Mealco Capital, $238,736; product,
New York Capital. 223,884,858; product,
North Carolina-Capital, $2,935,126; product,
North Dakota Capital, $1,359,296; product,
Ohio-Capital, $12,631,150; product, SJ7.-?0,.
Oklahoma Capital, $1,00,881; prodve., fS.-
Oregon Capital, $3,172,997; product, t$ 361
Pennsylvania Capital, $19,518,993; product,
Rhode Island Capital, $532,211; product,
South Carolina Capital, $652,563; product.
(3 847 790 ' " '
South Dakota Capital. $1,714,762; product,
Tenneaaee-LCapltal, $6,931,087; product. $21
Texas-Capital, $4,278,490; product; $12,338.-
Utah-Capital. 21.101.886; product, 31.S29,
Vermont Capital. $1,259,497; product, $3,
Virginia Capital, 84,6S2,688; product, $12
Washington Capital, $2,8OS,2E0; product,
West Virginia Capital, $2,126,470; product,
$6 541 363
Wleconsln-Cspltal, $9,6U,7C4; product, $?J.
227.842. Wyoming Capital, 2182,676; product, $:15,-447.
NO DELAY INM0VING TROOPS
taflleleat Nasaber ef Traasaarts Will
Be Ready ta Brlac Heat Sol
diers front rhlllapiaes.
WASHINGTON. March 8. It la aald at
ths War department that there will bs lit
tle or no delsy In ths execution of ths or
ders rscently Issued by ths sscretary of
war for the return to ths United States of
all ths regiments which went to ths Phil
ippines la 1899, aggregating about 12.500
men. According to the paper prepared at
ths department, there will be a sufficient
number of transports leaving Manila be
tween now and that dsts to movs 8,740
troops and by May 16 ts movs ths sntlrs
number of 13.600.
Including fresh troops In ths United
Statea now under ordera tor service In the
Philippines, General Chaffee will have a
atandlng army of 22,000 men, notwithstand
ing ths withdrawal of ths 12,600, alrsady
under orders to noma horns.
Ante Room Echoes
Ths chief topic of conversation In Ma
tonl circlet thla week la ths coming priory
of ths Knights of Malta, to bs held by the
members ef Mount Calvary commandery.
Knights Tsmplsr, on March 21. At tblt
session of ths priory aa effort will bs madt
ts ecllpss all other meetings of a similar
character ever held by the lodge. A priory
of the rite Is something unusual, ths lsst
being held a year ago, and probably outside
of Omaha and Lincoln ts would be impos
sible to confer the degree of Knight of
Malta In full form, as the paraphernalia 1
difficult to secure. The locsl eommsndery,
under ths direction of Eminent Commander
B. F. Thomas, has tent for sew robes and
ths work will bs dons la a manner never
before attempted. There will ha twenty
eight candidates ta receive ths degree,
which will be conferred under the direction
of Right Eminent George B. Werner.
Ths Grand Commandery of ths Knights
Templar of the stats of Nebraska will con
vene at Omaha April 10. Ths locsl eom
msndery Is making preparations to enter
tain the visiting delegates and a banquet
will probably be ths chief feature of the
entertainment The drill team hopes to be
able to show ths visitors what ths com
mandery expects to do st San Francisco
and one degree of the order may bs ex
emplified. The Mssonlc lodges of ths city ars do
ing mors work this spring than at any
time ia iiieir history. There srs csndi
dates for the different degrees In every
lodge and aome of ths lodges really have
mors work than can bs handled easily.
Bcllevue chapter. Royal Arch Masons, wilt
advenes six candidates Wednesday evening
and there will be two clssses at work at
ths same time.
Tho first stapa for the organisation ef a
drill team by ths members of Mount Cal
vary commandery took place laat Friday,
whea twenty-four kalghta met at the hall
and under ths leadership of Harry Herri
soa took the Srst lesson ta th stepe re
quired of ths kalghta who would wla honor
under the eyes Of fair dames and maidens j
upon the field. It has been definitely set- :
tied tnsl Mount Calvary commandery will
bs la the contest for the prlies which will
be offered at the triennial conclave, to be
held In San Francisco In 1904. The drill .
tam will meet every wtek. on Friday !
night until further notice, and the ntim j
ber will probably be Increased until there ,
are thirty-six members.
The nport of Eben K. Long, recorder of
Mount Calvary commandery, ahows a net
Increase of thirty members la that lodgs
for the current year.
The hustling conrmlttee'ot Tsogler tem
ple. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, report!
that It la receiving letters from alt parta of
th state and western Iowa regarding the
effort of the temple to make up a specUl
sxcurslon train to attend the Imperial coun
cil meeting st Ssn Francteco In Juno.
Many members of ths order In ths city t
who were not expected to hsvs tlm to at
tend the meeting at that aeaton have signi
fied their Intention of attending, so that ths
prospect for a special train teems bright.
Ths badge committee of the aame order
has suspended operations until It can bo
determined how many persons will go upon
ths excursion, SDd ths ways and meant
committee is proparlng to annouocs a plan
which will provide the funds for the enter
tainment of ths visiting members of ths
order st they pasa through Omaha. This
committee hat held one meeting, but can
not get down to work until tbs field baa
been carefully canvassed.
It It th intention of the Noblet of
Tangier temple to break the records for
Initiations at the ceremonial session to
be held April 18. At this tlms twenty-one
applications have been received and It It
expected that at least alxty peraona will
avail thtmtelvet of ths departurs of the
caravan to pasa over the burning sands of
the Sahara. The session will be sttended
by a large number of visitors snd it is be
lieved Ihst it will bs a red-letter day In
ths history of the temple.
Rose Croix chapter, Scottish Rite, will
hold Its annual ceremony of the extinguish
ing of thellghtt oa Maundy Thursday. March
27. The committee iu charge of thia event
la preparing an elegant program, in which
many of the prominent orators of ths or
der In the state will take part. Carl E.
Herring will preside as toattmatter.
Following It ths March calendar for St.
John's lodge, Ancient, Free and Accepted
March 12 Entered apprentice .degree to
bs conferred upon six candidates.
March 20 Master Masons' degree con
ferred. Luncheon will be served at 8:20,
after which Henry P. Stoddard will real
a paper on "Ancient" or Athole Masons. .
March 27 Fellow Craft degree will be
' On - next Monday night Nebraska lodge,
Knlghtt of Pythias, will glvs a smoker, to
which all Knlghtt of Pythlaa of Omaha,
South Omaha and Council Bluffs ars In
vited. The committee of arrangements say
that this socisl will be novsl snd unique,
In that It will differ from sny smoker ever
given by the lodge. Sojourning knights
should not overlook this If they want a
Brother Melt Hoerner has kindly con
sented to resd proof for the Bulletin in the
future and to pueh It along so that there
will be no slip on publication day.. This
will relievo tbs managing sdltor of tbs
onerous part of ths work 'and glvs him
mors time to attend to other matters.
Moqusdam tsmpls of th Drsmatlc Ordsr
of Knights of Khorsssln Intend to give a
grand ceremonial on June 15, snd exten
sive arrangements ars being made for the
ceremony. It Is proposed' to lesd a class
of about 100 neophytes across ths hot des
ert, over the burning sands to ths cool and
refreshing wsters of Zem Zem, the wells of
Joy sad comfort to every votsry. Every
votsry of ths temple desiring to take part
In this ceremonial, which la to be on a
magnificent scale, must be at the meeting
of th temple, to be held on March 16, In
Myrtle hall. Forget not this call to the
faithful lett your devotion be quetttoned.
Dr. R. M. Stone royally entertained about
thirty members af the Roysl League council
No. 65 at his residence laat Monday night.
Cards and other amuaementa were indulged
In until a late hour.
Clsn Gordon No. 63, Order . of Scottish
Clans, held Its regular meeting Tuesday
svsnlng and there was a good ettendancs.
After business wat over the members were
entertained In aong and ttory by Clans
men R. O. Watson, P. T. Anderson, P. L.
Forgan, Thomas Falconer and Olascott.
Arrangements have been mads by the
Omaha lodges of th Fraternal Union of
America for the reception of Buprems Sec
retary Colonel John L. Handtey. He will
address an audience under the ausplcet of
Nebrstka lodge at I p. m. Monday, Mon
damla lodgs at p. m. Monday, Omaha
lodgs Wednesday evening, Banner lodge oa
Thursday and Enterprise and Magic City
lodges In South Omaha on Friday and Sat
urday Bights respectively.
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