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SEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
"Ths Heritsga" ii tbs T.tla of Burton E.
BUTcn-tn'i LaU-t Kot1. I
JUSTIN MXARTHY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND 1
Annthrr Sovcl by Ikr Pnpnlnr Aathnr
I "The Martyrtfont f aa Kmprrili
Mlnot J. Sarnitr Write of
.! sail Htnra."
"The Heritage" Ii the title of Burton
E. Stevenson's latest novel. The scene Is
laid In Ohio a few year after the revo
lution, and the hero takes part in Ft.
Clalr'a Ill-starred einarilflnn ..(. .v..
Indians. He Is taken prisonrr rind held J
ior inrce years, but escapes and
afterward Joins General Wayne in the vic
torious attack at Fallen Timbers. On re
turning wounded from his success on the
frontier the hero finds another success
awaiting hlra which la all the better be
cause it ts unexpected. Oem ral Arthur
Bt. Clair, "Mad Anthony" Wayne and yotmj
William Harrison appear aa prominent
characters In the tale. Published by
Houghton, Mifflin at Co.
We hare received from Harper & Bros.
"Tha Relun of Queen Anne" In two vol
umea. This history of the life and tlmts
f Queen Anne la a very fitting Introduc
tory volume to the series of Justin Mc
Carthy's popular histories of England, her
ten, manners and events. The age of
Queen Anje is one of tbe most brilliant
periods of English history the time of
Addison, Swift, Steele and Bollngbroke.
Tha McCarthy hlstorlea begin, in point of
time, wfth the life of Anne; then follows a
history of tbe four Oeorgea and of William
IV and euds with Queen Victoria's golden
"A Doffed Coronet," an Illustrated novel
published by Harpers, is truth under the
guise of Action, written by the popular au
thor of "The Martyrdom of an Empress"
and "The Tribulations of a Princess. " Tbe
opening scenes of the book are laid In
Egypt during the period following the Arab!
Pasha rebellion, when Cairo was a hotbed
of International Intrigue and of diplomatic
trlfe, and In thla the author and her hus
band play an active and Interesting part.
Tha volume teems with marvelous descrip
tions of an Egypt completely unknown to
the general public, and includes peeps into
tha princely harems of Cairo and a faith
ful portrayal of the intimate side of the
khedival court written In a glowing, bril
liant and witty manner worthy of Pierre
Lotl himself. After suffering great finan
cial reverses, the young couple establish
themselves In America, where they are
temporarily reduced to the ranks of the
toilers. From this moment on the book
becomes a continuously clever and ex
tremely amusing account of how a woman
born and bred In the highest stratum of
the European great world may cheerfully
and gracefully adapt herself to the sordid
exigencies of poverty, conquer them and
bring her arduous task to a satisfactory
Beautiful," In her latest book, "Boston
I'ays," has aimed to crystallite Into literary
record the unique phases and exceptional
movements which have stamped their Im
press upon the city of the Puritans, and
without attempting to catalogue all of the
authors, living or dead, who have lived In
and about Boston, she comments on the
careers of those persons who hsve given the
city Its present position and prestige In
the world of letter. Boston, says Misa
Whiting, Is essentially "the city uf beau
tiful tdrals. It Is a fact ao remarkable as to
he unparalleled In the history of any na
tion tbnt so large a number ef eminent per
sons should he born wl'hln a period of
finally more thsn twenty years In or near
one rty, all of whom should be drawn to
it by some spiritual magnetism, as the
scene to be Identified with their wort and
life." Of thosn who were Included in the
remarkable rroup whli h MIks Whiting calls
" a ronBteliatlon of the nineteenth century,
whose Illumination has not faded as one by
one thoy have carly all passed to the
st)nt land," th"re remain but Mrs. Julia
Ward Hone, Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, Mrs.
Abbv Morten Itlar, Dr. Edward Everett
Hale, Colonel Thomas Wentworth Higgin
son and Mrs. Edna D. Cheney.
WORK OF BOARD OF REVIEW
"Men and Women." by Mlnot J. Savage,
Is tha title of an attractive volume deal
ing with the ethical phases of the relation
of men and women. The book Is pub
lished by the American Unitarian associa
tion. Dr. Savage discusses the respective
parts that men and women play In the or
ganization of society, their Individual re
sponsibilities and duties, their relations to
each other and to their children, Involving
alao dh further questions of dlvorca and
of women's growing independence. . ' The
book Is of vital Importance and of perma
nent Intereat, tracing, as It does, tbo suc
cessive ateps from lova and marriage
through the va. lous Influences and opportu
nities which, rightly used, lead to the Ideal
home and all the noble Influences for good
which emanate therefrom.
Lilian Whiting, who is beat known to the
world at large as the author of "The World
Wt- have Just received a little volume by
TIerry Dnniarest Lloyd, entitled "A Country
Without Strives." which has an unusual and
timely Interest at present, when the atten
tion of the entire civilized world Is at
tracted to the great struggle between the
miners and the operators before an arbitra
tion commission appointed by President
Roosevelt. Mr. Lloyd has written the first,
adequate account of the compulsory arbi
tration system In force in New Zealand,
which hss resulted so fsr In the complete
prevention of labor troubles in the colony
to the entire satisfaction of both employers
ind employes. It is a study made on the
ground an original Investigation, Double
day Page are the publishers.
The above books for sale by the Megeath
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MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT
Dr. Vincent Rxponnds the Doctrine of
the "Mew Social Philosophy"
to Large Audience.
An audience, numerically somewhat
stronger than has been the average at
tendance on the university extension lect
ures of the course on modern social 'prob
lems, listened with appreciation last night
In the First Congregational church to
George E Vincent, Ph. D-, whose subject,
"The New Social Philosophy," concluded
Mr. Vincent began with a scoffer's defin
ition of philosophy, and explained at
length, with concrete illustrations, the two
antagonistic schools of philosophy of
former years the Individualistic and the
socialistic, the former of which held that
Iran, the individual, rose entirely by his
own superiority and waa Individually re
sponsible, and only pooled certain lnteresta
with aoclety because of the advantagca of
combination, for which he was willing to
sacrifice certain personal liberties: and tha
latter, of which Spencer was the principal
exponent, which held that man waa simply
the product of aoclety and Insisted on the
theory of Interdependence.
He then explained the more modern the
ory, of which Prof. James was tbe first ex.
pounder, and which analyzes the conscious
ness of man under the terma imitation and
Invention. "According to thla school every
person Is largely tha product of the group
within which he has passed tbe formative
period. Man imitates what he seea In
other, so that all units of one group are
largely identical. But there Is also In
every mind the power of Invention, and
this is what makes the slight difference
between each person and all others. In
some Invention scarcely exists, in other
It Is comparatively broad. Man la usually
not antagonistic to aoclety, and ia com
monplace; but sometimes a person stands
out against it and insists on his Individu
ality. Such a one la a criminal or a
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Tbe accompanying figures show the
action of the Board of Review ao far as It
has not been previously announced in tbe
assessment of the personal property of mer
cantile houses exceeding $5,000 In valu
ation. Some explanation is necessary to a
proper understanding of the figures as
given, from tbe fact that the properties
are not all assessed In lump sums. The
Paxton ft Gallagher company, for example,
will pay taxes on a valuation of $376,000,
of which $108,000 represents real estate
Hayden Bros.' department store will pay
upon a valuation of $432,500, of which $225,
000 represents real estate and $207,500 mer
chandise, and J. L. Brandels ft Bona will
pay upon a valuation of $239,500, of which
$72,000 Is real estate, $150,000 merchandise
and $37,500 tha banking business.
Tbe M. E. Smith company, which appears
to head the list In personal property, baa
no real estate and, therefore, pays alto
gether upon $312,000, the valuation of Its
merchandise alone. The W. R. Bennett
department store Includes several depart
menta owned by different corporations and
taxed separately, but these when added to
gether make an assessment on merchandise
alone of more than $160,000. Each of the
local brewing flrma owns a great deal of
real estate upon which It la paying taxea
In addition to the personal property as
sessment. In the case of the Pacific Express com
pany the Board of Review declined to as
sess all of tbe $6,000,000 of the capital
stock, but endeavored to figure out the pro
portion of the capital stock represented by
tbe Nebraska business of tbe company,
giving tha benefit of deductlona for the Ne
braska real estate holdings of tbe company,
with the exception of the old headquarters
building In Omaha, which Is no longer used
In connection with the busineaa of the cor
poration, but Is held as an investment. Tax
Commissioner Fleming voted to assess the
entire capital stock of the Pacific Express
company for the purpose of teatlng the law
which provides for listing tbe capital stock
of a company no matter where it business
win Hart Jenks, pastor of the church, pre
sided over the meeting.
The principal sermon of tbe evening was
delivered by Rev. Dr. William Carter of
Tbe conference was very largely attended
and was most successful, much good being
accomplished during tbe two days. No offi
cers were elected, tbe general committee In
New York City being left to appoint such
members of the conference In tbls state as
they may decide upon.
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At the llo)d.
The Oordon-Shsy Opera enmpanv In
Ieoncavallo's "fPagilaroi." In two "acts,
and MHStagni's CavalleriR RueticBni,"
in one act. "I'Pagliacci" cast of char
acters: t'anlo . Walter Whentley
Tonlo Achlllc Albrrtl
Silvio James Stevens
Nedda Pauline Johnson
peppe Earl Manning
"Cavalicrla Rustlcana" cast of charac
ters: Santuzza Rose Cecelia Shay
Iola Pauline Johnson
Lucia Kloixe KiHhop
Turrldu Joseph Fredericks
Alflo Jamrs Stevens
Sli;rior N'acoclous, musical director.
A double bill of opera was the attrac
tion at the Boyd last night, when the dor-
j don-Shay Opera company presented the op
era of the clowns, or " I Pagliaccl, by Le
oncavallo, and the well known "Cavallerla
Rustlcana," by Mascagnl, the two most
conspicuous figures, it may be said, of the
modern young Italian school.
Despite the fact that such comfortable
words as "Oasthaus" appeared over the
houses In the scenery of a play, wbtcb was
Sicilian In type and locale, the audience
. was disposed to be Indulgent and Imagine
the things that might be lacking. Just as
they tried to Imagine that the orchestra and
principals and orchestra and chorus were
together at times.
A fairly good crowd of the faithful waa
there and applauded everything that was
presented, to encourage the people on the
stage to put forth their best efforts. They
; did. -
! As Santuzza. Miss Shsv did mmp verv
telling work; some of her scenes were ap
peallngly dramatic and dramatically ap
pealing. She Is a temperamental actress
and singer, but, without disparaging her
part last night In the least, she is still re
membered by many on account of her Car
men, which she will present again to
Mr. Albertl, for some reason, sang the
"prologue" In Italian. However, It Is good
from blm, In any language.
Mr. Stevens came well to the front In
the role of Silvio In the one opera and
Alflo In the other. The other parts were
This afternoon "II Trovatore" and to
Cbllars'Q t.r it.
"My little boy took tha croup ona night.'
taya F. D. Reynolds of Mansfield. O.. "and
grew ao bad you could bear blm breaths all
over the house. I thought ha would die, but
a few doses of Ona Mlnuta Cough Cure re
lieved and sent him to sleen. That's tot
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OUT 10 - DAY !
TALK OF EVANGELISTIC WORK
Second Pay's geaaloa of C'onfereuce at
tn First Presbyterian
At the second day's session of the evan
gelistic conference of the Presbyterian
churches of tbe Omaha aynod the morning
was devoted principally to a consideration
of "Topics for Evangelistic Meetings," and
"Following I'p Evangelistic Meetings."
Cnder the first subject Dr. J. Wilbur
Chapman referred to tbe necessity for
Judgment in tbe selection of topics, and
said that Ii ha were to plan a ten days'
series of meetings he would devote the first
six days to sermons to Christians, preach
ing In a vein which would excite their in
terest In tba work and sympathy with the
evangelist. Tba remainder of the time
would be devoted to preaching such aa
would bring conviction to the sinner, a
desire for repentance and a decision as to
his future life. The speaker and the min
isters in the conference then suggested
texts whtcb may be used oa such occaalona.
I'nder the second topic was discussed tbe
course of the ministers and the older mem
bers of tbe church toward tbe persons who
join tbe church aa the result of the even
gellstic effort. These persons are cut off
In a measure from former associates and
aurroundinga and are entering upon a phasa
of life lew to Ihciu. The; should he en
couraged, but, withal, permitted to exercise
their own strength rather than be coddled
Tbe Presbyterian evangelistic conference,
which has been In session la thla city for
the past few days, closed Tuesday evening
when the laat meeting waa held In tbe
First Presbyterian church. Tba session
waa not graced by the presence of Rev. J.
Wilbur Chapman, D. P., of New York City.
as he left during tbe fore part of the even
leg for Chicago. Ia bis absence Her. Ed
Goea from Bad to Worse.
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Effect of Fall.
Mrs. James Cotrell' of 417 T street. South
Omaha, had the misfortune to slip on the
Icy pavement at Fourteenth and Douglas
atreets yesterday evening shortly after 6
o'clock, and in railing; fractured the lower
bone of the spinal column. She waa taken
to the police station: and made aa comfort
able as possible until the arrival of her
family physician, 'whV directed that she be
removed to the South Omaha hospital. She
waa sent there In the police ambulance.
The Injury H of a painful but not danger
ous nature and necessitates an operation.
Judge Reed goes to Sarpy county today
to hold court.
Judge Dickinson has granted Ida M.
Eastman divorce from William because of
The Visiting Nurses' association will
meet on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
ine faxton notei parlors.
John Stockton has secured divorce from
Eftie because of alleged abandonment.
Judge Dickinson signing the decree.
The employes of the Omaha Dally News
office were tendered a banquet at the Iler
Grand Tuesday evening by the manage
ment of that journal.
May Kuhn petitions for divorce from
Byron J. Kuhn, charging that he had an
other wife living and was cruel to the de
fendant, who wishes to again become Mary
BcrafTord. They were married November
28. 1901, at Albany. N. V.
WHAT IT nEANS TO YOU.
Few People Realise the Importance of
Good Digestion Vntll It Is Lost.
Many people suffer from dyspepsia and do
not know It. They feel mean, out of sorts,
peevish, do not sleep well, do not have a
good, keen appetite, do not have the In
clination and energy for physical or men
tal work they onco bad, but at the same
time do not feci any particular pain or
distress In the stomach. Yet all this is
the result of poor digestion, an insidious
form of dyspepsia which can only be cured
by a remedy specially intended to cure It
and make the digestive organs act natur
ally and properly digest the food eaten.
Bitters, after dinner pills and nerve tonics
will never help the trouble; they don't
reach It. Tbe new medical discovery does.
It Is called Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and
Is a specific for dyspepsia and Indigestion.
It cures because it thoroughly digests all
wholesome food taken into the stomach.
whether the stomach Is in good working
order or not.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, by digesting
the food Instead of making tbe wornout
stomacb do all the work, gives it a much
needed rest and a cure of dyspepsia Is tha
When you are nervous, run down and
sleepless don't make the common mistake
of supposing your nervous system needs
treatment and fill your stomach with
powerful nerve tonics which mske you feel
good for a little while, only to fall back
farther than ever.
Your nerves are all right, but they are
starred, they want food.
Nourish them with wholesome every day
food and plenty of It, well digested, and
you can laugh at nerve tonics and medi
cine. But tbe nerves will not be nourished
from a weak, abused stcmach, but when
the digestion has been mads perfect by
the use of this remedy all nervous symp
Who ever heard of a man or woman
blessed with a vigorous digestion and good
appetite being troubled with their nerves?
Good digestion means a strong nervous
system, abundance of energy and capacity
to enjoy the good things of life.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabieta will certainly
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tbey nourish tbe Dotty by digesting the
food eaten and reat the stomach.
You get nourlthment and rest at one and
the same time and that Is all the wornout
dyspeptic needs to build him up snd give
new life to every organ and an added tent
to every pleasure.
Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets are a Cnd
s od to the army of men and women with
weak stomachs, weak nerves and justly
merits the clslm of being one of the most
wnrtbv medical discoveries of tbe time.
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This excursion will be a personally conducted one and will be in charge of Mr. (leo. W.
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