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HIE OMJHA DAILY BKK: ST7XPAY. rFCKMKKK 17. 1W5.
SOME C0SS1P OF TOE TURF
Biden Are Taking 01 Flub and Wtj Et
v'" BMTd by Weight
RECOftD.OF JOCKEYS FOR LAST YEAR
Wilier la Aaterlrm and Wkntlr
la BiiUal, Kaeh with Flue
,l.lt ( Win Hla
NEW YORK. Dec. 1 -t Special. )-8everaI
Jockey prominent during tn pant Mason
that haa Just closed will have difficulty in
getting down to riding weight next year. If
at all. Anion? these are Willie Darin, who
under contract to Sydney Paget during
the eastern season and did considerable
ndlng for August Belmont; Frankle O'KcJ.
who rode for Newton Bennington and Feed
n-.irlew and who piloted Roeeben In nearly
hII his memorable victories, and finished
econd on the list of winning jockeys for
the season; Arthur Redfern. who hears the
reputation Of being the best horseman
among recent American Jockeys; Bhnw.
I.yne. J. Martin and others. According to
reports. Willie Knapp. the little western
Jockey, who was one of the remarkable
sensations of the year, has also been taking
n weight rapidly during the latter part of
ih season and may have difficulty keeping
down to the required weight.
It can lo be stated upon the best of nu
ihority that when the time rolls around for
the stewards of the Jockey club to deal out
the riding licenses for 190; there Is a strong
likelihood that at least three or four prom
inent riders will not iind tiielr names on the
list. That the stewards were dissatisfied
with the riding of a number of Joekev
On ring the season Just closed there can be
no doubt, but the proving of dishonest acts
upon the tart of Jockeys Is a serious propo
sition. When It comes to granting license
It t within the power of the stewards to
simply omit certain names In the list with
out stating -iiason.-. This, It is sold on t'io
veY highest authority, will be the course
Reeoitli of the Jorkfil.
Several of the prominent American Jock
eys who hate been riding In'dlfferent parts
Europe during the year have been arriv
ing back home and more are expected
within the next few days. Among thoou
who havo recently returned are Fred Taral
and Harry Lewis, who rude In Austria.
Hour, and Rausch. the little California!!,
who was W. K. Vanderbilfs leading Jockey
.tm the French tracks.
The records of the prominent riders in
: the, east during the season ore as follows:
1st. :d. ltd. placed.
iv K 7S :;4
9." 9-.' 7S an
SS rj 7K 2(
"1 ;a t,u si
4 m ar, .j
4 44 Z 1.1
'i7 11 i;
57 S3 57 !
55 ;i7 4; ' i.i i
4H 37 37 II
31 W 40 :3
35 ,11 4t i)
ili L'S 12
Z ill 15
aa an at n
19 a 1 . n
19 13 12 j
IS 9 4 1
15 33 Zl aj '
15 19 la 4 !
15 15 as 11 I
15 IS a 8 i
15 . 16 a :3 1
15 12 1.1 12 I
15 19 13 12 !
13 14 9 12
11 12 . 6 3
! o S 1
9 11 A 1
,X II 1)1 (I
4 3 2
H 9 11 I
W. Knapp ....
I lllldebrand ...
I W. Davis
. M Daniel
, .1. Jones
.1. Johnson ....
' n. Smith
i .1. J. Wulsh ...
' ""rlntyre ......
' Fuller .'.
' ' Flnnegtin ....
l"w.id heat lie Metiopolltan handicap.
v; eiierp:cuaso riuers.
H Jockeys What llemala Abroad.
The ta-o American Jockeys who remain on
"i he English course aro Danny M&her and
J. !f. Murlln. Mpher, with 101 -victories,
Jftiiwhcd second on the list of' winning
P:inckc,s, while Martin was ninth on the !ln.
i K. Wl'.oatley tinlshed (Irst. with 116 vie
i ioiies. Marlin s poor showing Is attributed
to th luck of good mounts. Maher had 411
' mounts, and with 101 victories had a per
', rentage of 24.57. VVhcatley had 537 hiounts,
! 1 7 more than Maher, and with 116 victories
Miad a percentage of 21.H0. O. Madden, who
I'ilnlshed third on the list, had 623 inountM
and bad only 101 victories, with a percenN
tg of i.:o.
. Rcgardlug the record ot Jockey on the
pother aide of the water the London Sporting
. M'lf ba the following to say:
Maher and Madden have met with con
siderable difficulty In reaching their limih
! win this season, but, strangely, each ac-
Jcompllehed the desirable attainment on Fri-
t nay last, ftiaaaen Deiug first to do so.
r Maher brought his score to 101 by a fur
fther victory later In the day, hut he was
jiot sevn out on Sunday at Hurst park and
JAtadilen, by winning the last race, now ties
with the American for seoond position. Tt
la extremely unlikely that either of the
1 pair named will now overhaul Wheatlev,
eVven If Be only adda two or three further
r victories between now and the enil of the
season, for Maher usunllv returns to Amer-
- lea before the close, and Madden, brilliant
jiorseman though lie be, will have to ride
with phenomenal success to catch the
, lluumber Jockey. Hlgga continue to pile
.' ip victories, and. with ninety-seven wins,
I well in the running for second prlxe,
JS'lilch, he may quite conceivably secure.
V Kandall, recovered from his Indisposition,
Wiaa not been seen so frequently In the sad
dle and may not reach his liifi. Templeman
and Blade have each done well, and with
the remark that Martin and Haisey scored
their fiftieth win at Newmarket, the ap
pended figure may he left to explain the
'doings of the leading groufi:
v Mount; Win.
K.. Wheatley 537
O. Maher tAmerican) ,...411
O. Madden 623
W. Hlggs 542
H. Randall 4M
B. Dillon 3X9
W. (Intl? (apprentice)... 33
,J. H. Martin (An(itican).41
VW. Haisey 3u
H. Jpne iw
,c. Trigg e
,H. I.ynliam , 273
;U. McCall 249
A. Sharpie iapprentice).2iio
H. blttde (apprentice). ..326
JT- Prteaioian , 17
Paeslnar f Washington Park.
'" New that the Washington Park Jockey
, lub of Chicago Will pas out tf existence
(Shortly ha been received wl'h regret by
;. turfmen In the east. The Washington Park
Mub greatest event lnce it inauguration
ha been tha American Derby, which I on
of the extremely few great American turf
classic known to Englih turfmen. The
effort mad by the club In 18U to encour
age International racing are largely re
sponsible for the fame of tha event abroad.
In that: year the Duke or Beaufort sent a
'tarter to tb post In Strath rose, ehlppln
Mm all the way from England to run In
this rare. Btrathrose waa beaten.
In recent year uch prominent American
turfmen a August Belmont, the late Wil
liam, C. Whitney, James R. Keene, Clar
ence II. Mackav, H. P. Whitney. II. D.
puryea, Lou I V. Bell, etc.. have made
entries to tht atak.
Since ' tha Inauguration In 1884. strictly
speaking, only on eastern horse ha won
the event. Highball. Mr. Bheftel high
class colt, capturing It In 1H. Ha was
brvd and foaJed In Kentucky. From a
financial a well a sporting point of view
lh ( retirement of the Washington Park
club will be a serious blow to those inter
ested la the sport of king, the club lnc
lf4 having distributed to turfmen nearly
t260.0tfl each year at Its twenty-five day
meeting. Its first president waa General Phillip
Sberidaa. wh was succeeded by Oeorge
Henry Wheeler, a popular and successful
cilia of Chicago. Since Mr. Wheeler
death the affairs of the club have ber
managed by the following list of officials
Lawrence A. Toung. president; Witn J.
Ferry, vice rresident; James Howard,
secretary and treasurer; Lawrence A
Toung. Watson J. Ferry. James Howard.
John F. Morse and William L. Their, di
rectors. (re far Cheaper llnraea.
The less wealthy class of horse owners
are about to he catered to In a way such
as they have long desired. A smaller cir
cuit of running meetings Is gradually be
ing established under Jockey club auspices,
which will . afford these lovers of the
thoroughbred an opportunity to race their
horses without continually having to come
In contact with the higher class animals
owned by the more wealthy patrons of the
Fore some time past it has been a hard
matter for owners possessed of moderate
racers to find a spot where these might
be raced with any prospect of paying their
feed bills. More especially has this been
the case since the Influx of western horse
owners, owing to the unsettled state of
the western turf, and the consequent
paucity of western meetings. The fields of
horses on the New Tork circuit have been
crowded to overflowing, making the matter
of winning races a task even more difficult
than In former years. The class of these
horses has moreover Improved In a like
ratio. Even to win a cheap selling race
nowadays It Is necessary to own a fairly
valuable horse. And since the owner of
moderate means can III afford to risk the
chance of the horse being taken away from
him by a run up. unless he Is a gambler,
he finds his liurse a drag on the market.
The majority of the rlaces enumerated
propose running two meetings In each year
of fifteen days each, giving a total approxi
mately of mo racing days.
CintHV TK AM "TILL 1 IK AD
End of Thirteenth Week Finds Omaha
l.eaa ue Tenma Well Dasehrd.
Standing of teams In the Omaha Bowling
league at the end of the thirteenth week:
Slori Blues ....
Detailed work of teams:
Krug Parks 914 Tttt S71 r.T US
Met Bros M7 R Mi 238 1.S9
Bior Blues -.90S 94 W r 14
Cudaliva 0 719 IW4 i I7
Armours KM 7W !! Ml 179
Onlmnda 671 849 SIS 194
Benos S4J 57.' 873 Ski AO
Black Kats 9.16 fio 8'-". 242 M
Played. Av. I Played.
Sprague 36 192 Reed 23
McCaKiie 33 1S Krush 39
Conrad 36 199 Miigill 33
W. (1. Johnmn.24 19 KnceU 33
Friteher i9 liH Anderson 27
O. Francisco... 15 1M penman 34
(iterde 39 1W Marble 33
Welier 12 1S7 Hodges 24
P.lmmerman ...SI 16 Pickering 36
Potter 39 1S5 Sheldon 33
Cochran 39 1M Tracy .. 36
Huntington.. ..39 1M Hunter 15
C. Francisco ..33 1K4 Welty ?4
Tonnenian 39 ll Schneider IS
Clav 36 1M Chatelnlnn
Neale 3S 1M Molyneaux ....24
Forscutt :9 1S3 Chandler 21
liengelo 27 12 Nlcoll 27
Wllliums 34 11 J. Read ....15
h rench ; 1M Uavis IS
Grifnths 39 li O. E. Johnson. 36
Zarp 33 I") Waber ....11
Hull 36 179 Hughes 1
Hartlev 39 179 Snyder 4
.Tones ". 21 179 Reinpke 27
Bruiike 13 ITS Mullis 27
1,1 FK MALTS AIlfcAD IJI COMMBHCIAI.
NerOnd Team Ha Lost Two More
Ciamea Than tha Leader.
Tom utunrilnir to the Commercial leftSUC:
Pins. P. w. 1j. P.c.
Stephens & Smith.
Jetter Oold Tops..
P. K. O. Knmos....
Hugo F. Bll
Thurston Kltles ...
Annours No. 2
25.776 30 24 6 .'
24.925 an 22 8 . 733
24.227 30 19 U .8X1
24.222 JO 17 13 .atfd
23.910 S 14.16 ,6
22,970 30 9 21 .3"0
23.395 30 8 2J .2tW
23.1T2 30 7 23 .JS3
Schedule this week at Metropolitan alleys:
December 18. Oold Tops against Hugo F.
Blls:iecemher 19. LlfeUlta against Ste
phens & Smith: December 20. Lemp Fal
sings against P. & O. Kmos; Decemler
21. Thurston Rifles against Armour No. 2.
J. J. Berger Is high for the Krug monthly
prise with 633. He also lead for the 8te- ;
phens A Smith single game prlxe with 234.
individual averages commercial icagje:
Played. Ave. i Played. Ave.
27 1S2 R. Nichols.... 30 162
1,"6 O'Connor ...
17i Collins ,
173 Hartman ..,
170 Solomon ....
169 J. Welmer...
1H'. Stlne ,
168 Patterson ..
Dm Jay, Capt...
liii Klernan ....
165 W. Nlchol.
164 Butler ,
f utton ...
Premeau . . .
FORBIIt PROFKsSHIXAL 4 OACHKH
College President Make Changes In
Foot Rail Rnles.
MILWAt'KEE, Wis., Pee. 16-The presi
dents of eight colleges In northern Illinois
and Wisconsin today formulated a set of
rules which will be enforced for the re
formation of foot hall regardless of any
changes that msy be made In the rule
of the game by the rule committee. The
conference Included the following schools
and waa called at the Instance of Dr. K.
C. Hughea of Rlpon college:
Ripon college. Wis.; Beloit college, Be
lolt. Wis ; Lake Forest university. Lake
Forest. III.: Knox college. Qalesburg, III.;
Northwestern university, Watertown, Wis.;
Carroll college. Waukesha, Wis., and Law
rence university, Appleton. Wis.
The rule forbid the hiring of profes
sional coaches outside of the physical di
rector of the school who are members
of the faculty and forbida the playing of
any student who has ever taken money
for athletic ability or gift for such ser
vices. Oft Boys and Girl W4.
CRETE. Neb.. Dec. 16. (Special. ) The
two basket bill teams from Fairmont I'igh
school suffered disastrous defeats at t-o
hands of the local high whool team. The
nrst half of the girls' game was s one-sided
affair, but during the second half the Fair
mont glrla took a temporary brace. Miss
Rena Hill did ome excellent work In son I
throwing, scoring all but 2 point for the
visitors. The final score was 76 to 25. Tha
boys' game was slow. The Fairmont boys
are accustomed to outside work and were
clumsy on the floor. The Crete boys were
too well drilled In the game and showed It
In every play. The final score was 0 to 12
In Crete's favor. The Crete teams have not
been beaten this year and have played ten
games with an average of more than I to 1
fn their favor.
Pnlliant Annennees Release.
NEW YORK. Pec. 1 -President Pulllam
of the National Base Ball league today an
nounced the following releasea: By Chi
cago to Boston. John O'Neil and Frank
PfefTer; bv Chicago to Brooklyn. John Mc
Carthy, James P. Casey. Bert Brlggs and
William Maloney; by Boston to Chi. ago. p
J. Momn: by Brooklyn to Chlcaeo. Jame
T. Sheekard: by Pittsburg to Boston, Pav'1
L. Brain, Oeorge E. Howard and V. A
I.iadaman; by Boston to Pittsburg. Victor
O. Willis: by Philadelphia to Toledo, O
Krueger, B. Abbott and F. Conidon.
B. O. Cat Oat Passes.
BALTIMORE. Pee. 18. -The announce
ment was mad today that with the clo
of the year the Baltimore Ohio raiimar'
will cease to issue passes and reduced rat
transportation of all sorts except to officer
and employes of the Baltimore A Ohio an
connecting line, to whom transportatior
will be Issued a heretofore.
Xcdeat Bt C.S4U.
The Omaha High school basket ball teas
d tented the Thurston Rifle last evening
n a gsm in te ri'v league bv a score of
J to in.
K KiT 0 TDK Rl'ln TBCK
Charlatan Wins PnelDe Islea tlaadl
can at Inaleslae.
SAN FRANOlSCil. rc. K -There were
two big events st Ingleside today, the
match between Besrcaiclier and lu;idos
and the Pm-iflr Inion handicap. Bear
catcher won esl!v. uiadis was flrst to
go to th front and at the three-quarter
pole was three lengths t i the good, but the
pace told and when Mo-Bride let out a
wrap Beat-catcher ran away from the fav.
orlte as If he were tied It was a popular
victory. The ractflc Cnlon handicap re
sumed in a surprise for the wise ones The
favorite. Confederate, had no chance at the
s.ii Charlatan, slow to begin, finished
strong In the first place In front of the
stand the Jockey pulled over In front of
Nealon. committing what lo .ki d like a foul
The Judges refused to allow the protest.
First Mce, mile and three-!lTteenths
Orchan won, P.onar second. Isabcllita third.
Second race, five furlorrs Bell Reed won,
Psvid Poland second. Soundly third. Time:
I :.' V
Tlurd race. Ave and a half furlongs,
special Bearcatcher won. Cruiados second.
Time: 17. Two starters.
Fourth race, one mile, the Tacinc t'nlon
handicap Charlatan won. Nealon second.
Tenordale third. Time: 1 43.
Fifth rsce. mile and sn eighth, handicap
Rightful won. Rannnck Belle second.
Iliiollgnn third. Time: 1.56V
Sixth race, six furlongs Proper won. Pin
kerton second, Andrew B. Cook third.
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 18. Results at the
First race. Ave and one-half furlongs
Deuxtemps won. Formaster second. Fruit
third. Time: 1:1",.
Second race, selling., mile and seventy
yards Decoration on. Wedgewood sec
ond. Fred Hornbeck third. Time: 1:54S
Third rare, two miles Cashier won.
Ponea second, Aummaster third. Time:
Fourth rsce. preliminary derby handicap:
two-year-olds, six f irlongs Ben Hodder
won. James Rcddick second, IVlmore third.
Fifth race, selling, mile and seventy yards
ljdy Klllson won. Colonel White second,
Sincerity Belle third. Time: 1:M. .
Blxth race, mile and seventy yards
Light Note won. Safeguard second, Ithena
third. Time: J 53S.
Results st City Tark:
First race, mile and three-sixteenth, sell
ing Ivanhoe won. Curata seonnd. Falernlau
third. Time: :!(,.
Second mce. Ave furlongs Mirt Boy won.
Malleable second. Mathis third. Time: I:".
Third race, handicap, six f urlongs Tos-
can won. Ous Heldorn second. Lucy Toung
third. Time: l:2n.
Fourth race. Cypress stakes, mile and
an eighth Lurullgt'.ter won, Klelnwood sec-
onl. Harrv Btephens ttilni. lime:
Fifth race, rive and a half furlongs, sell
ing Fchodnle won. Jnsette second. Algon
quin third. Time: l:3i".lv
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth lomrn
drome won, Trouble second, Ijiyson third.
IXS ANGELES. Cal.. Pec. 1.-Results
at A "cot:
First race, six furlongs, selling -Rodolfo
won, E. C. Runle second, Punchte third.
Second race, five furlongs Foxhall won,
Roval Front second. Pr. McCarty third.
Third race. Futurity course Don Porno
won. Escalante , second, la Ixmde third.
Fourth race, one mile, the California
club handicap-Vino won, Retropaw second.
Cello third Time: l:fi
Fifth rare, mile and seventy yard:i Mai
Tnerv won. Varieties second. Bavarian
third. ' Time: l:45v.
Sixth race, six furlongs Alsemo won.
Rsllev second. Iidv Kaspitr third. Time:
Honks: He always was a sure-tlilng bet
tor. He'd hotter wait till he can get one
that will run without an engine.
Chugs: Rllmn says lie won't get a motor
csr till they will give hlin a forfeit guaran
tee against accident or breakdown.
News from Paris to the effect that the
Automobile club of Franco has decided In
favor of holding several races next sum
mer, makes It seem possible that the club
may decide not to return the Vamterbllt
cup. Formerly the French club declared
Itself In favor' of only one race during the
It is a settled fact that If detnturallred
alcohol la put on the free list, by congress
this term that the orgunded engineers of
the leensed factories will begin experiments
In their laboratories to develop an engine
to use It na fuel. The denaturalised alcohol
naerl ihrnnil Is noisoned SO as to be unfit
to drink and given a nriuiani purpi" r
pink hue in the same process.
Mr. Webb Jav. the noted driver and
mien manager, has fully recovered from
the injuries received the past summer In
a eastern race and Is now In charge of the
Chicago branch of the White company.
Mr. Jay haa many friends among the au-
tomobtllsts here In Omaha a he has been
out this way a number of tunes encn
season. Some of the steamer owners In
this city Mr. BraniMs. Mr. Nash Mr. C.
H. Brown have had Mr. Jay out In their
cars and his remarks ble knowhiege of
the machine and skill In handling same
alwny attracted attention.
An automobile as a purchase Is some.
thing that a man considers for a longer
time beforenann man ne ooes inn Buying
of a hat. Most specimens of the genus
homo need to be annually reminded to be
gin thinking early about their Christmas
purchases. Advertising reminders by deal
ers will greatly help along their mid-winter
sales. A New York agent for Oldstnobiles
who advertised car for Christmas gifts
last year, sold twenty runabout and ten
touring cars before the arrival of the holi
day that celebrate "Good will o all."
Because of the reduced rate at which
members of the American Automobile asso
ciation will be able to trael to the New
York shows, the individual membership
Is experiencing a boom. No one will be able
to get the advantage of the rat by Joining
the American Automobile association at
show time. They must be member before
hand and the railroads have become very
strict on this point. Not everyone appre
ciates this, but enough do to keep Secre
tary A. O. Batcheider very busy and the
office at 31 West Forty-second street. New
Yoik, are being flooded with Inquiries.
Fur full fledged touring cars, the four
cylinder engine will he more the thing in
lii06, more than ever. Where the four-cycle
type of motor Is used n engine of less
than four cylinders will hardly be used for
any 'grown up" model. It has conic to a
pass where It msy lie said that the one
rvllnder car la a runabout and the two-cylinder
car a "touring runabout." or "light
tonneau" car, while only the maehlne with
a four-cylinder engine is a full fledged tour
ing car. The plan of the hlggest concern
In the country Indicate a recognition of
It I mere than likely that the auto
mobile show of 1906 In Mndlson Square gar
den will result in the adoption of a new
policy and new methods of decoration In
that historic building for shows of all
sort In the future. For the annual show
of next January a decorative scheme of
unexampled gorgeousness has been worked
out and the great amphitheater will be un
recognisable by It best friends The In
terior will present a perfect Illusion, by
mean of paintings, with fine perspective,
concealing the ends and sides. The effect
will be that of an Italian garden, the chief
color scheme of the pillars and other stuff
work being white and gold.
Now that the time Is drawing nigh when
the public will begin to buy cars for 19
It might be well to call attention to the
relative merits of American and imported
machlnea. In thla connection one nf the
most Important Items to he taken Into con
sideration la the matter of obtaining part
readily. The European method of manufac
ture was. and Is still to a great extent,
so conducted that nearly all of the car
are built one at a time and not In large
numbers, aa Is the rase in the leading
American factories. The European makers
will tell you that everything Is carefully
machined and put together by hand, but
they neglect to tell you that In most cases
It would be Impossible for you to obtain
exact duplicates of part, drilled and
machined ready for use. On the other
hand, nearly all of the American manufac.
turera make their cars, not one at a tine,
but In hundred, and even thousand lots.
nd every piece entering Into their con
struction la so accurately machined that
any one nut of a large bin will be found to
flt Into Its particular place, regardless of
whether it hss been assembled before or
not. All of this Is made possible by the
use of special tools, called "Jlga." upon
which the parts are inirhlned. These tools
ire equipped wtUi guides which determine
the location of all fides and reduce the
ahnr of measuring and laying nut the
work to a mere mechanical proposition
requiring practically no head work. In
large factories, such a the Old Motor
srorks. prorket wheels, connecting rods,
ind various other small parta are put
i rough ten or twenty at time, and one
an see row after row of bin filled with
arts ready for the assembling room.
When they are reedy to build a car all
hat la necessary to do Is to collect from
hese various bins the component parts
nd put them together. A striking thing
thout the whole process I the fact that
iheelutrly ne attention 1 paid to the par
Iculsr piece which I selected, a they are
Ml like so "irv pease u a pod -absolute
tCr.CES IF THE AITEROOi
The annual meeting of the gstid chap
ter Rojol Arch Mssons snd of tli grant
counoil of Rol and Select Masters held
during the last week were the oecasl ns of
conferring the third degree of the counetl.
trat of super-excellent faster, a drgr-e
conferred In Nebraska enly in Omaha.
A large class from Interior toe, to
gether alth a number from Om.f-.a r..
eeived tie degree, wrtrh waa conferred bv
Omsha council No. 1.
Following the work in t.us degree a ban
quet ass held, at which aete s-flted sbou!
lt members of the order, comprising :.o
of the largest Masonic banquet ever l-.eld
in this section of the sui. t ail Hot: In
was tostmssier. and toasts were responded
to by Pr C. F. Shepsrd. Rev. Pavldw.
H. H. Claiborne. Kev. K. Comhie Suiltn.
Judge L. H. Bradley of Omaha and C. Sv
Phelps of Soh-.iylor
Kalahts nf t'nlnmbna.
The following are the recently elected
officers of Omaha council of the Knlshis
of Columbus: Grand knlsht John E
O'Hern; deputy grsnd knight. E. W. Siin
eral; chancellor, Charles 1. Moriarty; re
corder. John F. Paly; financial sccretai,
C. B Pugdale; treasurer. J. H. Schmidt;
chaplain. Rev. James Stenson: lecturer.
Pan J. Riley; advocate. J. A. C. Kennedy;
warden. P. G. H. Poland; depot v warden.
John Little; organist. Will J. McCaffrey;
Inner guard. John F. Ixingdon. outer guard.
W. R. O'Shaughnessy ; trustees. John A
tYelghton, William Hadcn. Thorn P.
Redmond. The officer will bo Installed the
second Tuesday In January.
The conndl appointed a committee to pro
vide a Christmas tree for the orphans at
St. James' orphanage, p.enscn.
State Deputy W. J. MeCu. lough of Paven
port. la., master of the fourth degree dls
trlet. comprising the states of Iowa. Ne
braska and South PsVolv a"-vi-cc the
postponement of the ns'e i b from J tnnai c
1. th date first echoed, to reoruary 12.
VW. The assembly w ill be held, In " Pes
Improved Order of lied Men.
At the meeting of Tah-Nun-P.th-SIs Trlle
No. 2. six brave hunters, prominent eltlxens
of Omaha, lost their scalps and became
member of the Warrior degree. The
team work was excellent and received
the plaudits of the spectator mcmlci-s us
wed as the admiration of the victims.
The remains of Brother W. H. Busbee.
a member of Tribe No. is, who was a
victim of the recent rallwav wreck in
Wyoming, were Interred In Forest Uisn
cemetery Wednesday afternoon, under the
auspices or the odd Fellows order. In con
nection with the Knights of Pythias, the
deceased being a member of these orders
also. A larfce number of Yati-Nun-P.ih-Sia
No. 2 and Omaha Tribe No. l and of i'oi o
hontas council, were present to attest l heir
love and esteem of the deceased orothrr.
and to give their sympathies to the young
widow and child of- the beloved and re
Woodmen of the World.
Purlng the social hour at Omaha-Sev-mour
Camp No. 16. Woodmrn of the World.
Wednesday evening, the Glee club enter
tained with several selections. Including
a solo by Robert J. Spoerti. Judge Shields
delivered Burn's poem, "Holy Wullies
Prayer," with maraed approval. Several
voices were added to the Glee club, and
Prof. Krats announces that he desires to
continue adding until the chorus consisis
of fifty. Next Wednesday the ngulnr
monthly dance will take place.
Fraternal I nlon of America.
Gate City todge No. 2iU met in tegular
session at Idlewnd hall last Tuesday even
ing. Six candidates were given the obliga
tion. After the business session closed
the members enjoyed a social dance.
The lodge has arranged for a social en
tertainment next Tuesuay evening. Decem
ber 19. and an Invitation Is extended to all
members and their friends.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Thomas II. Duffy of Dubuque, la., na
tional lecturer of In Modern Woodmen of
America, was the principal speaker before
the Joint meeting of the Omaha Modern
Wooilmen held under the auspices of Beech
Camp Friday evening. There waa a big
crowd piosent and Lecturer Duffy talked
along fraternal Insurance lines ns com
pared with old line Insurance.
Omaha Camp No. l;o is arranging for It
annual Christmas entertainment to be held
In the new hall In the Rohrbough block.
Nineteenth and Kartiam streets. Wednes
day evening, December 27. The affair
promises to be a very entertaining one, and
is given to the members of the order, their
families and children.
The officers and hoi-ester team nf No. 130
went over to Council Bluffs Thursday even
ing lust and assisted In the Initiation of
eighteen new randlda'e of Council Bluffs
Camp No. 7161.
Brotherhood of Hallway Carmen.
The Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of
America held their regular union meeting
at Council Bluff with Piuff City lodge No.
9S. which was well attended by the mem
bers and their fnnillles of South Omaha
lodge No. 349 and Omaha lode No. liij.
Grand Chief Carman F. G. Iloinemus of
Kansas City, was prexent and made a verv
Interesting pceoh which was followed by
a vailed prog ram, after which uu oyster
sunper was served and dancing was In
dulged In until a late hour. Omaha lodue
No. 103 called a special meeting last Thurs
day evening to meet the grand rhlef oir
man. Thla meeting was well attended by
the members of Omaha. South Omaha and
Council Bluffs lolgos. and also by a num
ber of visiting members. The grand chief
carman delivered sn address on the "Good
of the Brotherhood," sfter which cigars
were passed around and a pleasant even
ing was spent. Next Thursday evening will
bo the last regular meeting of the year.
Ancient Order I nlted Workmen.
On Friday evening, December 1, the fol
lowing officer were circled of I '1111111 i'wiillc
lodge No 17: Past innaer workman, Joe
Hart; master workman, E. A. Willis; fore
man, C. Went: overseer, F. Green; re
corder. II Vlngllng: financier, A H. 1111
lenger; receiver, i'.. It. Dudder; guide. 1. l.
Thompson; I. W., C. C. Kills; O. W., A.
Campbell; trustee, I.. D. Garner; chairman
of trustees, T. H. Granville. All doctors in
good standing wore elected medical exam
iners. North Omaha lodge No. H met last
Wednesday evening. A number of candi
dates were initiated and preparations are
now being made, to Initiate a large class
of candidates the first Wednesday In Jan
uary. Next Wednesday evening the union
meeting of all of the Workmen lodn"a of
the city will he hold with No. 1S9. A good
program has been arranged and all nf the
member nf the order in Omaha and South
Omaha are Invited r.ttend.
Next Monday evening the Amient Order
of I'nlted Workmen and Degree of Honor
central committees will meet to complete
the arrangements for their grand ball to be
given at Creighton hull Tuesday evening,
Knight nf Maccabees.
Omaha tent No. 75 met In regular review
on last Thursday night, with a g I attend
ance. One cand date was Initiated und sev
eral candidate were elected to membership.
Preparations re being made for next
Thursday night, when an entertainment and
social will be given and the women of tha
different hives will bo present, Dsmii.gand
other social features will be the order of
the evening. 1'nder good of the ordr Sir
Knight Frli Wooslay produced two boxes
of cigars and every one enjoyed a good
I smoke. On next Thursday night the review
vtm u)vil m 1. m 1 t i iiuiil n eitoil num.
nes session before the entertainment opens.
Indies of Modern Maccabees.
Omaha hive No. 9."2 held It -annual elee.
Hon of officers last Saturday night. The
Dfflcera elected were: Commander, Annie
LaBlanrhe (re-elected); past commander.
Ida Dean; lieutenant rommsndcr. Mary
Whipple; finance keeper. Millie Johnson;
record keeper. Nancy Klngsbeiry; chaplain.
Alice Dolan; nilr-tress-ut-arms. Minnie Mil
son; sergeant. Maud Marti, sentinel. KUtle
Corbett ; picket, ollle Taylor; pnvsi.ian, Dr.
A. linto; musician, l.irdle Khvi.e
Omaha lodg No. 1 held Its aionl-annu'tl
election of offirers Tuesday evening. De.
eemher 8. Trank K Weaver, inemd. ni wi
re-elected for a third term. Installation of
officer will follow on January 2. This
loCge la making a good Increase n member
ship and Intends to keep first place. 0,1
Tuesdsv evening. December 12. the lodge
held Its regular monthly entertainment. vTe
lodg will have Its Christina fee enter
t liuiwnt ui dJy evenl g. Pec tuber :i. an 1
the member are expected to com out
and bring the children, for Santa Clan will
he there with a gift for all.
Lnale' tathelle Benevolent.
Branch No. 858 met In regular session at
Its rooms In tJibor temple and elected the
ollowlng named officer for the coming
year: Mr. Mary Sweeney, president; Mr.
Nellie Dlneen, first vice president; Mr.
ary Kelly, second vice president; Mr.
Mary Miller, recorder; Mlsa Olive Bnyla,
assistant recorder . Mis Nora A nonatuwt
InanctaJ seerctarv ; Mr. Margaret Knewlsr'
treasurer; Mr. Margaret Maher. marshal;
Mr, bell Mulvinm, a-uajd; Jirt, Mj
Pwyer and V'-a Mrrret Murphv. ti i:s
trc. n T'n-H Dttieen. musician . Pr
.r.vt Rei;iv. phsclsn Brnn.-h No Vt
will hold its next regular meet:r.g Morula v
ner.lt Pe.ember 19.
Tribe of Ben liar.
Meo, a court No U held an Interesting
business and aocisl meeting Wedncsdio
ernmg. serving light refreshments and
closing the evening with dancing and ivu 1
sic. captain French was out with his drill
tem and assisted in the Initiation of rtuh;
State M.insgcr C F Wav of Llpco'.n was
vis'tor and gae a t; on the gvcl of
Committees weie appointed to srrar.ae
Tor a card party and dn.-e to be given In
he near future. The dale will he announce',
Omaha court No 110 had fortv applica
tions last Tuesday night, and taoinvih-i-were
duly ohiigatr.1 into the order T. l
makes a totnl of 1 aprlicat ion reoc! 1
ln.-c November 1. Election of officer w
also held the same night.
Next meeting night the matter i f reduc
ing the court due will pre'oahly he taKd
up. and everv trervher ehou'd attend. All
those who have application In sl-on'd be
on hsnd promptly for Initiation l.-t everv
one plan for a membership of st the
close of the year, and only a year and
Royal elnhbora of America.
Ivv camp No J elected officer at ita last
meeting as follows: Mr. Ijena Si-hurt, or
acle, Mrs M. F. Mottn. vice orvie; Mis.
Emma Rice. Past oracle; Mrs Edith Like,
chancellor; Mrs S. Edmundsoiv recon'c-;
Mrs. Nellie Kulp. receiver: Miss Minnie
Thaer. marshal; Mrs Fannie Con ser. In
side sentinel; Mrs. c. Forslatul. outside sen
tinel. Mrs. t.ucv Stone, member botrd of
managers, and I'm. C. F. Clnik and Mar
tha K. Clark, physicians.
He a re e of lienor.
The following officers were elected for the
ensuing term st the last meeting of Anni
versary lodge No. 220: C. of IL. Mr. Grace
P. Hostctter: K of H . Mrs Wtnktcman:
C. of C, Mrs. Schneider: recorder. Mi
Morrison: financier. Mrs 1 jitievlti - iv.
oiver. Mrs. McCullonsh ; usher. Mr Piu-
ble; 1. W . Mrs Davis; O. W., Mr Clatke:
truie. Mr. Carter: physicians. Pr. Hoe- I
tetter and Alexander.
The next meeting will lie a Christines .
party for the "old folks." to which mem.
ners ami rrlend sre invited. The date rf
the meeting will be Fvlda v evening. IH
Bnnkers I nlon of the World.
A union meeting of Omaha ledge No. 1
and Fraternal lodge No. t was held st
Fraternity hall, corner of 8evenieeoi 1. so, I
Farnam street on Friday evening. There !
was a very largo 11 1 tendance In evidence. A
good class of applicants was Initiated,
while some twenty-four new applicant for
membership were Imlloled on and adopted.
Some added new features In the Initiation
made the work aa put on moie than
nsually attractive and Impressive. The
supreme secretary was present in the
role of Portia, while the supreme physi
cian. Pr. Hutchinson, took the role of
Shlock. President K. C. Wolooll pre
sided. After the regular work of the
lodge was closed amusements were en
tered Into with the usual xest and earnest
lies, which lasted until a late hour.
attonal I nlon.
Omaha council No. 449 met Thursday
evening In Myrtle annex. Continental
building. There was a gratifying attend
ance. President M. P. MacBrldc presided
and three new members were Initialed
Tt wiiH voted to have an entertainment
Thursday, December 29. Friends In other
1 outuilH are heartily luetic. I to reguUr
t.ieetlnrs. which ate held ever! Thursday
evening In Myrtle snnex at 8 o'clock.
The various South Omaha societies have
elected officers for the ensuing year, na
I'pchurch lodge No. 2. Degree of Honor:
Chief of honor, Mrs. Maggie Tripp; pasi
chief. Mr. Nellie Nagle; chief of cere
monies, Mrs. Bertha Boekman; guide. Miss
McCnnan; receiver. Mrs. Belmer; secre
tary, Mrs. Cnrunman: Inside watch. Mrs
Louise Lang, outside watch, Herman
Steinberg; trustees. Mr. Nngle and Mr.
Crusader encampment No.
pendent Order of Odd Fellows:
A. Junker: S. M.. J. G. Blessing
De young: scribe. A. C. Peterson; trus
tees. George Hcusiinian. F. K. Stuart
nnd Thomas Gallaway; deputy G. P.. F.
South Omaha lodge of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows. No. 118: N. O.,
Harry Chance; V. G., Henry Burgenian.
secretary. L. F. Etter; treasurer, K. II.
Roberts; trustees, T. T. Munger, Thomas
Osllaway and George Knight; deputy G.
M., A. H. Miller. -
Mrs. P. R. Snillh and Miss Smith of
riat'smoiilh visited Mrs. G. W. Stlger yes
terday, Mrs. Pr. lyiechner returned on Monduy
from a weeks visit with her parents In
Mrs. Tom Hawkins of McKlnley street
lient lat Tuesday t CounrU Bluffs vislt
Inir her mother.
Some Benson women accepted Invitations
to a morning concert given the Woman's
club In Omaha Friday.
Mrs. Joseph McGuIro nnd daughter Mat
tin were visitors at J. J. Anderson's home
In Millard last Monday.
Mrs. Chris Johnson of Bryan street en
tertained Mrs. J. Stritngbiir and children
at dinner on last Wednesday.
Mrs. A. Rosenherry of Omaha visited
with her dauirhtor. Mrs. B. F. Miller or
West Main street, pari of the week.
Mr. nd Mr. 8. Anderson of South Clin
ton avenue pleasantly entertained sixteen
of their ib-ur relatives lit dinner last Hun
day. Mr. J. N. Iluilon und fsmlly nre enter
taining his slstci In-law and children from
iMwm-r's Grove. 111. They arrived Fri
day. -The Mlsse McGulrv were guests at dinner
at the Morris home In , Oiuiiliu 1111 lust
sHinday evening. Cover were laid for
Th women' gvmnnsluni class Is grow
ing and making progress In lis line of work
continually. The regular meeting nlpht Is
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houston of PlaJn
vlew. Neb., visited at Rev. I-eldy home
the fore part of last week while on their
Next Tuesday the Modern Woodmen of
America camp of Benson hold regulsr elec.
tlon of officers. A good attendance Is there
Messrs. Adam Thompson and William
Munnecke. who died In Omaha on Jieoeni
ber 9. were Interred t Mount llupe ceme
tery on Monday.
Mr. Bone, Mrs g. A. Morrlaon, Mr.
Brown, Mr. Dr. Stacy Hall, Htacla Htiieh
llk end A Richards hive all been seriously
III during the past week.
The Schuliert Maennwrclior haa Issued In
vitations for a masquerade ball to be given
at the Kagles ball on Tuesday, December To,
A publh: Invitation extended.
Ernest Hofmelster. now of Canada, la
back on a visit among old friend, lie hss
be'n trims for a year and expresses great
satisfaction with III Canadian home.
On next etturdty evening Messrs Will
Hack man and Albert Anderson will give a
dancing party at tha Odd Fellowa hall.
Good music and siifqier are peclal features.
W. E. Somes ha been elected a mem
ber of the ton h'i-d to fill the vacancy
made by H. O Wulff'e resignation. Th
latter la In poor health and I wintering
Miss Nell Howard was a guest at dinner
at Miss Kinney home In Oiunhs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs f'hsrl Hansen attended
the- funeral of their nephew Alb'rt Tonder
In Omaha last Sunday.
Mr. J. Glbhs nf Hiawatha. Kana , Is a
fuest St th William 1 lark home en South
.vnn avenue, having srrhed Tuesday. He
was a resident wet of Benson In 171 and
noted Benson s rapid growth.
Miss lce Culbeitson was surprised by n
number of her former erhi.lara of th elshth
grade, who met at her home last Wednes
day evening, having prepared amusements
tod lefreshmeiits for a merry evening wiih
Mr. Fred Wraneh enter! slued a number
nf !ung people at his hum on Military
avenue inat Friday evening. Music, guinea
and dancing pleasantly occupied Ih fur
part of the evening after which refresh
ment were eerved.
The ladles' Aid society of the Methodist
Episcopal church gave a pleasant and well
attended social ffalr st Mrs Rev. Ieldy
home on Wednesday. Tea and wafer were
served Next Wednesday the regilar meet
ing will b held at Mrs. Wedge .
Last night the Eagle gave a public Initia
tion to member and their families at their
hall. A good crowd u present and sn
enjoyable evening wa reported by tb
women In whose honor It waa given. Re
freshment were err4 'r t y
Mervlee at all th churches will b r 1
M UvuaJ. Willi Hi exception of f.t 1 ,1
theran service wh'rh will ho Vld en S"v
dv afternoon a' I o'clock dlre-iH sf'"
toe Sunday ,-hv hour The '.' S11
da schools are preparing pivgi inn an.!
T-e Fritcmal l'nlon of America met
list Menil.iv at I B Si-lth office to sr.
ttnti' fcr te senusl election A deputy
to secu-e me rU-r has been rogAgcd and
a mrrtine for th putpose of org nutation
and election Will N irM at the iVl.1 Fel
low h-!' nrt Wednesday. December 10
live householder of Ren."i hsve been
appointed bv the ton hoard to assess such
damages a mav be done to prepcrtv
holders cncd bv the ecsllon of stiveis
and allex a insi sted by a recent ordi
nance Ttese men are J B !rter, C. F
Martin. Theodore Gallagher. A. Swanson, J
The Iv-gree of Honor met last Tuesday t.
elect officers. The following stsff wis
elected ' Mrs. Pentatvtln Morion. C of H
Miss Hoffman. re.vtV.er; Arthur
sen. financier: Mm A. U ! ranch, creel! er; (
Mrs tleorge Newki-k. Inside w ttch. ! in .
lVterson. outside watch: Mr. J mc Gat
It gher. C. of C ; Mrs Tom Hawkins. I. of
II ; Mrs Pr 1 oechm-r. V. ' of II : Ben
tamin Morton, trustee; Miss Heff'-ian.
iousl.-ltn; Pr. W. II 1 oechner pl!i."t!.
Mis M.:ry ltke. grsnd chief cf honor,
was present. An oyster supper was servrd.
tist Sunday morning A H He! den and
brother dlscoveml that rob1.ry had b.-en
lerp'trated nee thev left the ntaht be.
f.w Some :.! worth of merchandise, cut
lery gun end ammunition was taVetv The
rohhei bad gained eniran.-e through 1 cel
lar window, removing two lock and key
which barred them trom the main store
and irtrt.t., fhclr eacitne Heycrrtl !OU11S Uietl
were an csi. d cn suspicion, but oolv one
ws held for trim That one was nsrie
Starr of Fsi Mtlllarv a!cntie Trial In
Justice Keller's court was held cn Thtit
d.iv afternoon, but the case wa d smlssed
The Ancient r.lrt- of Culled Wotkmen
lodee No. .988 of Benson met Wednrd.tv
nleht ami held sn election with the follow
log result: F C. Fuller. P. M. W.: W. .1
Powers. M W.; H V. Anderson, foreman;
Nel Martlncn. overseer: V B Smith. i
corder: .1. M. Ixldy. Ilnaiuiir; J. IJ Jondro.
receiver: Julius Peterson, guide; it win 1"..
Rice. lnlde welch: V.. M Clmdwell. oulsl.le
gutnl. After the business session vlsars
and apples, furnished bv one of the mem
bers In pavnienl of a fine, were heartily en
1oed. On NVednesdav evening IVcember
an old time "possum" will be gbrn by
West . mbler.
John Oant sold hi tine Jcre cow Mon
d'! tJid Mrs. M. Hensiuan sold hers on
Mrs M Faveriv and daughter. Mr. Will
Morton, with the little grandson, err !l
Itors of Omaha friends on Monday.
S. T. Campbell Is having Id house on
Forty-third and Center repaired and other
needed linpro! entente iilsuit Ids home.
Rev R. M Henderson Is Improving this
tine winter day In trying to complete his
house painting before the se!-ere weather.
Halph Sisierrl Is Improved In health,
bin bv the advice of his physician It Is
thought best for him not to re-enter school
until next fall.
N. laming was scalded In the face by
some hoi coffee on Wednesday, seriously
Inltirlng ami burning his face and ccs.
He Is a little better st present.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Freeman and famllv
have returned from Iowa and nre living
In North Omaha. Mr Freeman was the
guest of Mrs. Bert Ganl on Friday here.
J. F.. Anghe and wife were the guests of
Rev. J. I. Priest and family for dinner
Tuesday evening and attended Rev. Hart's
successful revival sort Ice at Seward
Boys who come from the city hunt lug on
Sundtv are being watched, a they are
held responsible lor the damage to the new
Welsbsch street lamps In the cut between
Thirty-eighth and Forty-third on Center.
Miss Alma Darling and brother are help
in in the Xmts entertslnment to be
given bv Southwest Methodist Sundav
school nrx-t Sunday. Little Msrtha Faverty
James Tabor, on Thirty-sixth streel. I
rebuilding his home, which was recently
wrecked by the explosion of a gasoline
stove. The family sre living at Thirty
fourth and France streets.
Frnnkle Lemlng haa secured a hiIIIoii
In the box fai-torv In Easl Omaha and
began his duties Mondsy last. Ills sla
ter. Lulu, ha a good position In Smith's
Extract nnd Blueing Co.'s.
Good reports come from the hospital
where Mrs. Charles Rolens has been for
treatment the last month. She Is recovering
slowlv, hut surely, and hopes are enter
tained that she will soon be able 10 rrltirn
home to her family.
Mrs. Walter Bow-den came down from
Wiener 011 Wednesday morning as u
Christmas shopping expedition, and wa
the guest of her friend, Mrs Fisher and
Mrs. Aughe, until Thursday, when her bus.
hand came with two carloads of fat rattle
for th South tlmalia market.
Mrs. M. Smith and daughter. Nellie, of
ptirdette street were visitor at the home
ef Mrs. Maestrlcd. her mother, on Tues
dny. Mrs. Smith has recently moved Into
ti e cltv from Cul-Off lake, where she and
husband hnve been running the hoarding
house for the Icemen the lat four yea is.
The removal was necessitated by Ihe III
health or Mrs. Smith.
J. K. Aughe and wife were the guests
I of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wlrlck from
Saturday until Sunday and attended the
services of their former pastor. Dr. F.
M. Slssoii. They were also two of the
twenty gues.t who helped Mrs. Howard
relebrato her TMh birthday with a fine
dinner. It waa a complete surprise on
grandma and a line feast prepared by
her daughter, Mr. Clara Itusscll
W. 11. Plndell Is In St.
Louis 011 liusl-
The Round' Dozen Modal club will tint
meet this week.
It. C. Peters Is In Boston and other east
ern points on business. 1
The Dundee Woman's club met on
Wednesday with Mr. W. 8. Curtis.
Mr. D K. Lynda of New York In the
guest or her sister. Mrs. VV. II. I'iudell.
W. L. Hclby. arter a rew days' visit ul
liuioe, icluinvd last Wi-ek to his ranch at
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Burr were guests ul
dinner last Sunday of Mr. and Mis. i'lutx
Mr. und Mrs. Crawford are gueets of
Mr. Crawford parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
,. , , , ., .1
in Putrl.k ere the guests
of Mrs Ella Patrick at
Mr. and Mr John
over the Holiday
The Ijtdies' Aid society of the Dundee
T'l-eHbyterian church met on Friday with
Mr. T. K. Hunter.
Mr. W. 8. Montgomery of Colorado
Springe waa Ihe guest on Thursday of Mr
and Mr. D. J Johnsoir.
A Christina entertainment will lie given
on Friday evening of this wee k at Ihe
Dundee l iesbj let lan church.
Jsme W. Hamilton leiurued on Tuesilsy
from Ida business trip to Boston, Washing
ton, and other eastern points.
Mr. Jennie In own with her family I
occupying lue house recently built by her
on l.inirrwuod avenue, near Ful ly-nlnlli
Little Mis Marian Rend, litre nf Mrs
It. ('. Peleis, Is 1 lie guest of her sunt for
few wrens, until the return of lief
rather, Mr. Iteed, ol loalio,
top b toe eastern lilies
fiom a biisliu ss
Mi. P. H Steyer r Culfnmn visited
friend here Mil week
C. 1 hilstlan relumed to hi home In I'tah
Friday after seveial day' visit here wliu
Vviillam Buller Went to Itancioft Wednea
day to visit hi daughter, Ml. Keidiii.ini
Th city council held a special inrrll.g
Monday iilgtil gnd insula th assessment for
th sidewalks recently put III.
Ed t hrisiian nd wlf or Lincoln hv
bern her the Usl nre vlsiilng relative
and holding a family reunion.
The ineuiis'i s of lue i'luna Preshylerla 11
ehuich held a siiecessfui si.clal and eii.er
tslnment at the ciiuirn Friday ni.lil . Tim
.n.r. fl go to Ihe i(ni-i i f the churi It
Ijltti Marv Mann el out of chair rs
lil.i. hi ea king I. el arm. Hue I . !ais
11 age. ihe iluiiaMer of Ml. snd Mr. Mann.
Nub. .danii is vis 111, g her puK-uis, Mi. and
Mis F. ft Tucker.
The I hris. 1.1.1 r,ndsvor ses-lriv if ih
1 ishyll Ian rliureii inuisdiiy rlerlnl M as
Prudeiiea Tracy president Miss Anna t ail
on, vie ptesldent; Mlsa Iiioohs, eilr,
nd Miss Cola Klinpson. Iteasuter
Jann Jensen of llnali. itlslihl deputy
g I Mild maaler of tha I l.dsslnieiit Old'i nf
Odd l-eiiowe for Mil ilisiiiel. was ll rlli
rial tlsitoi at Ih iioeiing of Joiiaihan
bMige N. tJii. lii"ismoiit oidr 01 00 ,i
Feiiows, Filday iuil
KJngf mt All leen Hedlelnes,
Mr. .. U. Las, a mail earner of Canton
Center, Conn., who ha been In th V. -service
ror about sixteen year, says: "V
hav tried mtiif cougti medicine for croup,
but Chamberlain Cough Remrdy la king
of i.' ana on to be reiied i;p'n eyery time.
'X I40 And It th ben r' i.-dy for cough
ne had af'tr efle t. ( gvr without
'.i lo foe Iwwt."
km tiEWS MD 63SSIP.
I'Oftr N1C?RRV Neb.
iSP'ctal! - ( .iv'atn Joseph
1 wer.t -fifth h f.xptry. I. ft the
nvdvv moinlv the h. for
P O Nell,
post on S-l-tmtaha
It was partl
icintnet on Mcr,o mt-i ii-g.
a business tup Mr. O Nell !lited with
Mi .1 Aiirn hi-Atks ef Valentine during
the absence 01 tie ixptaln
Captain M S Cronin. Twent -fifth In
fantry, wts tu command of the post during
t'aptatn o Nell a absence.
Mr Vmes Bandill, the vst carpenter,
gave diner st his home on Friday e!en
Ing, the Mb lnt . which w.t entoyed bv
the trt-tisiein and se!eril ot the seigeant
cf the post and thrlr lady friend
the non-com"viloned office!
1. Twcniv-nfih Infantry, gave
ef Conn any
a dance In Ihe gymnasium en Satunlay
evening, the :th Inst
Association loot hall, the old Tngllssi
game, seems to hsv superseded the Amer
ican gimc In the pet All the companies
have organised te.tm and maiches are
being siranged to pity for Ihe champion
ship. The Mrs! game wa plaed on Sat
urday. Ihe 9th lnt . Iveiween Company A
end Comiany K. Two fort! -mlnuie halve
were played The umpire wa First Sei--geant
Iw1 l.ronder of Company M. Th
game w well plaed by both tctivt. K
company winning bv a score of 1 t I.
On WcdnrsdiM. the 1.41 h. two lie gwnie
w-cre pla!cd The m.irntivg game hotweett
M ami u, me arternnon game
between Companies Land 1. The scoie of
both gsmes w t J to i The Tenth cavalry
learn from F!rt Robinson I eected to
he Itere on the J.M lnl to plav lh teoit!
ofComiaii! K. Twenlv-flflh Infantry,
Marterle I'owell dmehier ef tVptaln and
Mrs Hiram M Powell, entertained paf'V
of small friend In honor of her sixth btrth
rtav Monday .iftermsui, the 11th Inst. Tha
afternoon was spent In plating games,
after which pi-ettv suppre-was served In
the dining room At each plate were mini
ature llaurea of Santa clans snd little bas
ket of candv. Each little gcei was ervd
with Ice cream and fanev cakes, lemonade
and chocolate. After the children had ad
leurtied lo ihe parlors In charge of th
nurse, ihe mothers and a few Invited
gnrt were served with afternoon lea. The
blrthdav cake adorned the center of tb
table. It was frostcl white and edged
with chocolate mice and wss lighted by
six smsll candle In Ihe center.
Mr. Furrcv. a teamster In the post, ha
announced Ihe etiKigement of his dsughter
Emma to First Serge lit Daley. Hospital
corps. The wedding will lake place during
Chi 11 ' week.
FORT RII.I'V. Kan.. Pec 16,-iHpoclal
Wednesday afternoon, while Ms tor J.
Banlsler. post suigeon, waa out driving
with hi son. bis horse became unmanage
able and ran Into the feme opposite the
street csr station. The major was thrown
out of Ihe buggv and struck a telegraph
isde, breaking bis arm and badly bruising
him in several place. Hi son wa thrown
over the fem-e into the ravine, but esesped
without serlon ln.lur. The rig, which wa
a valuable one. wa completely deatmyel.
Ma tor Banister was taken to th hosp't.tl,
where the fracture of Ida arm waa rcdiooo.
and he Is now gelling along w-ell
Coltd be expected.
During Ihe winter there will he given a
moving picture show st the post fbeater
weekly. A small admission fee will he
charged for the benefit of Ih posi. ex
change. A tin of baker graduated from tha
training school for bakers and cook yes
terday and. under orders from the War de
partment, were nsslgned to organisation
and left at once for llielr new station.
The basket ball team has received Its pew
uniforms, consisting cf blue trouseie snd
red legging. The schedule of games for
the wilder Is slniosl complete, date having
been made with the teama from St. John
Military academy at Sallna. Kan., and with
teams from the towns of Kmpnrla. Otlnwa,
Simpson and Glasgow. Kan.
The cavalry board nnd the field artillery
Imard are testing a combined spur and leg
ging. Ihe Invention of Major . C. Brown,
Third cnvslrv. If It Is round to lie prac.
Menhir device It will be a welcome Improve
ment over the present plan of fastening
the spur to the boot heel
Cniporal Srhlermyer or the Seventh field
batterv has been granted a furlough for
four month. He was recently discharged
and st nm-e re-enllsted.
Greet preparation re being made ror th
entertainment or the children at the post on
Christmas eve. A cantata will he given 9t
(be post theater, to be followed bv Ihe dis
tribution ot presents from Christinas
"rile details of a new ration are helng
prepared bv Mlrobe Brommel. Instructor or
cooks In the training school for bakers and
cooks. It will be submitted Jo the War de
partment Willi the suggestion that It b
adopted III the service.
First Sergeant Henry Bobbins of th Sec
ond battery. Field artillery, who la In Ida
-thirtieth consecutive year of ervle In n
l ulled Slates srmv. will le placed on the
retired list next month. He will go to
southern California, where he will make
First Lieutenant A H. Odell Eleventh
navnlrv. Is sick In the hospital.
A social club has been organised among
the enlisted men nf Troop B. Thirteenth
ravnliy. Thev held their Oral danc of the
season In the assembly bsll Monday veu-
'"Jt handbag cnnlalnlng a $50 WH
r..ri rnr l.r, was est hv a womsn won
visiting st the post last
week. It hss not
Th detail for street 1 r gurd I im
......1.. niirlv of seisstnls. and aa fit
as possible rrom those who have more than
one enlistment to their credit.
Cnptsln F. 8 Armstrong, Mnth cvlr.
ba gone to Jeffereonvlll. Ind . Where be
will -nd a month' leave or absence visit
ing friends. During , hi baenee the post,
exchange will be under charge of t aplnln
U.nnliig Parsons, Ninth cavalry.
Band concerts ere being lvn each
Wednesday evening l 8 o'clock In III pn'
gymnasium. These concerts will be con
tinued throunhout Hie winter.
Mis Banister, dntigmer 01 . j
.....Hieul dei.irtmrnt. hss retuil
I from vlsiilng rrien.ls at Fort Leavenworth.
Chaplain Oliver C. Miller. Thirteenth cav
alry, haa gone 10 1101 npnn. ,
he will enter I ho Army and Navy General
hospital ror liriitmetit. During his absence
the duties of his office Will be lj'Jrmjl
ns far as ,s.sslbl by D W. Von Stbult.
temporary seereiary 01
... ,ru,,,H mtlnn.
'vV l.leu'enanl W. W
s'-ereiary oi us
Reno, medlcel de-
imrtmrnl. ha relutneu
to duty rrom a
shoil leave of absence.
Almost every officer In lb po' went to
Junction Cltv Monday evening to attend
Ihe Alice Nielsen concert. A Isrg numlier
of th enlisted men a I mo 1tended.
Seivuid Lieutenant John Symington. Elev
enth cavalry, who haa ln undergoing e
Hmlnstion for jiromoilon, baa ln relieved
as Jude a-lvccate of the general oo'irt-mer-tlal
now In session st this post, th dulle
being performed by F1rt IJeutenant U T.
B-Ieau. Artillery cm pa.
First Lieutenant W. P Moffet. Thlrteenili
rnvalrv, haa been detailed on ul dilV
with troop H of Ills reglmsnt.
Twelve recruits an Ived st Ihe pot on
Tuesday and were s"lned lo troofi or
Ihe Hi sl squadron. Thirteenth cvalrv.
First IJeuteiisnl K A Buchanan. Ninth
cavalry, will. In addition to hla leguUr
dulle. ail Instructor of recruit III Ih
Csptaln . 8 Armslrntig has bn p
Min'ed cii- regimental qiirtermater or
the Ninth cavalry.
I.4UOII Al IMHITM.
Th" aoulh Is expected lo piodlic I3,0n.
Ui bal-s nf colt'Ui next yer.
Hlr Conn Doyle and other pilbllr
splrlied men have slsrted In to eerlalii
wh-lhr lolwcrn can be giuwn profltably
There will be Ifl.onO spindles In Ihe re
modeled cotton factory that will begin
woik t Denlsnn. Tex., next month nd
looms for weaving later.
Mlsnurl hss eight button factor! lrg
enough to make return Thev gv em-
rlovment In l4 to 490 persons, paid out
-Hi in w and sold their output for
Th country I being built up with gtt
rapidity During Ihe month of Oitolier
In Iblrtv thte of the pilnclpal rill of
tti I'nlted Hist" th conslrurl Ion of ll 146
new bulldlnsa wss suthoilted, In! living an
estimated cost of l4l4A.f, A 'r ago
Ihe new ennalrtietloii aringcd lor In Oelo
ber aggregated IX. I.
TTi leamslpis etnpo!ed bv the Standaid
oil fniupniiT In 1'hlcago ak for a mini
muni wage of -': a month In place of th
11 dv now being paid to them Thy
support their demand with an Remixed lli
of enene of Ih average driver. 'Phi
111 ahowa that rent rests 60 tents a dsy,
food. 7; fuel. 80; light. 7; car fare, pi. and
an ettra mal for driver, 16. The tot
Is 1 7. which leave I cent with which
In me t all other expenses. The demand
4Haatl (sen aey.
'TI a gigantic conspiracy, of tough,
cold, etc., against you. Foil It with Dr.
King New Discovery. 10 eenla an II go.
For .', by Sherman A MoConnell tame
rjuxllty Jtwelry-JvCLhelm, Jew!.
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