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swers received, a credit of $40 each, to
any new piano purchased.
To the next fifty nearest correct ansyers
celved, a credit of $25 each, to apply on
Answers will be received by
telegraph (not telephone), or
For protection to contesta
the first prize will be awarded
that person whose correct reply
dates first, whether by
graph or personal ca
indicated on the telegram
mark on the letter an
w hen the first reply is
store, which will be immed
file. The official count
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ECHOES OF TRE ARTE-ROOU.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Brnson camp No. 3S54 entertained Its
member" and friends with a smoker Tues
The promotion committee met Monday
evening; and made arrangements for the
next Joint meeting of the fanijw of Pouglns
county, which will bo held with camp No.
1095 of South Omaha at Twenty-slxtu and
N Ktreets. A good program Is being pro
vided. J. H. Van Deusen will be the princi
pal speaker. Kef reshments will also be
Magnolia ramp No. 1833 gave a social
Tuesday evening. Cards, muslo and re
freshments were the features of the even
ing. Omaha camp No. 120 acted upon a number
of applications at Its meeting Wednesday
evening, after which a literary and musical
program, a smoker refreshments and an
exhibition drill by the Forester's team, tho
crark team of the state, were enjoyed.
Omaha camp Is making arrangements fnr
a big limn the evening of April IS, when It
will be presented with , the state prise
banner for having the largest membership
In the state. The members of the camp and
their families will be invited.
The Foresters of camp No. 120 will give
a May ball on the evening ot May 2.
A orient Order ot lotted Workmen.
The rentral committee met Monday even
ing. The ball rommlttee reported that
preparations were about completed for the
grand ball to be given April 24 at Crelgh
ton hall. An Invitation bus been extended
to all of the degree teams of Omaha and
South Omaha and to all membera of the
Workmen and Degree of Honor Hnd their
friends. The committee will meet with the
Degree of Honor rentral committee, April
at Workmen temple.
North Omaha lodge No. 159 Is figuring
n an Important meeting for next Wednes-
A Valuable Agent.
The. glycerine emploved in Dr. Pierce's
aiedlclues greatly enhances the medl
alnal properties which It extracts and
kolds In solution much toiler than alco
aol would. It alo possesses medicinal
properties of its own, being a valuable
demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and anti
ferment. U adds greatly to the efficacy
of the Black C herry hark. Golden 8oal
root, Stone root and Queen's root, con
tained in "Uolden Medical Discovery" In
subduing chronic, or lingering cougUa,
bronchial, throat and lung affections,
for all of which these spent are recoin
wended by standard medical authorities..
In all caea where there Is a wasting
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ronsumplion, there can bo no doubt, thst
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Queen's root and Ulack C herry bark in
promoting digestion and building up the
flesh and streugth, controlling the cough
and bringing about a healthy condition
of th whole system. Of course, it must
not be expected to work miracles. It will
not cure conft'imptlon except In Its earlier
stages. It will cure very severe, olttn-'
t. chronic coughs, bronchial and laryn
geal troubles, ar.d chronic sore throat
with hoarseness. In acute coughs it Is
not so effective. It is In the lingering
coughs, or those of long standing, even
when accompanied by bleeding from
lungs, that It has. performed its mott
marvelous cures. Send for and read the
little book of extracts, treating of the
fropertles and use of the several med
clnal roots that enter into Dr. Prce's
Golden Medical Discovery and learn uhy
this medicine has such a wide range of
appllcatkta in the cure of diseases. It Is
sent free. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y. .The Discovery con
tains no alcohol or harmful, habit-forming
drug. Ingredients all prlntMl on each
bottle wrapper In plain English.
felck people, especially those suffering
from disease of king Handing, are loviljd
to consult Dr. Pierre by letter, trtt. All
correspondence Is held as strictly private
and sacredly contideutlsl. Address Dr.
K V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is sent frtt
On receipt of stamps to pay expeitoe of
mailing only. Send 11 one-cemt stamps
for paper-corered, or SI stamps (or dota
day. It Is desired that all members be
Royal Area nam.
Arguments In tho case of Stephen W.
Reynolds and others against the supreme
council of the Royal Arcanum to set aside
the new table of rates adopted in May,
196, were concluded March '1 In the Massa
chusetts supreme court. The court reserved
its decision. The plaintiffs charge that the
adoption of the new rate was Illegal, be
cause such action Impaired the membership
contract and changed the rhararter of the
order from a fraternal benellclary organ
isation to one of life Insurance lines. In
reply to the complaint, the defendant sets
forth that the laws of the slate gave the
order the power to change its laws and
adopt the rates which were made in May,
The tenth annual session of the grand
council. Royal Arcanum of Nebraska, will
be held Tuesday, April !4, In the Rohr
bough building, Nineteenth and Farnam
The grand council Is composed of Its of
ficers, committee on laws, committee on
finance, committee on state of the order,
representatives from subordinate councils,
representatives of the grand council to tho
supreme council, all pust grand regents,
the state medical examiner and all H'o
members of the grand rouncll who are in
good standing In the order.
Deputy Supreme Regent B. A. Barbour
of Springfield, Mo., has been delegated to
install the officers of the grand council.
Fraternal I'nlon of America.
Thursday evening Banner lodge No. 11
Indulged In a high five party. One hundred
players took part. Following cards, the
evening was given over to the discussion
of seasonable refreshments and dancing.
Mondajnin lodge No. Ill held an open
meeting Monday night. In which various
social diversions comprised the order of
Ladies of the Ciraad Army.
The aid society meeting of Garfield circle
No. 11 was held Frldav afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Clara Ellett, 2f2 Decatur
street. Arrangements were completed for
the baxar and entertainment to be given
Monday, April 9 A New England dinner
will be served from 11:30 a. til. to 2 p. in.
Booths will lie arranged representing the
f'Mir seasons from which sales will ,be made
of miscellaneous articles of utility. In the
evening a literary and musical program
will be given followed by light refresh
ments. The proceeds of the entertainment
are for the benefit of the circle fund.
Order of Heoittsh C'lana.
Clan Gordon No. 6J received several
names for membership at Its meeting
Thursday evening and others were balloted
upon. The social hour was particularly
good. The rlun is Intending to make the
coming May social one of the best yet
Knight of tbe Maccabees.
At a meeting of Omaha tent No. To
Thursday evening former 8tate Deputy F.
fl. McUrlde of Ohio delivered a short ad
dress. The entertainment committee an
nounces a dance for Thursday evening,
Traveler Protective Association.
The annual convention of the Nebraska
division. Travelers' Protective Association
of America, will be held In Omaha April
20. A banquet will be tendered by Omaha
post A on the evenlnn of April 20 to the
visiting delegates and their women.
Banker I'nlon of th World.
Omaha lodge No. 1 met Friday evening
at Fraternity hall. The chief interest cen
tered In the election of delegates to repre
sent the lodge at the supreme lodge meet
ing, which Is to be held In Omaha. May 2.
The following delegates were chosen: Frank
L. Weaver and Mrs. I.011 Klotx. Dancing
and other imk1.i1 diversions followed the
Tribe of Ben Hnr,
Mecca court No. 13 nt it meeting Thurs
day evening appointed a hutitllng commit
tee for the purpose of increasing the mem
bership of the court. The court will give
a hiph five and dancing party Thursday
evening, April 19.
Cortclton Cannot Come.
President II. E. Palmer of th Nebraska
Postmasters' association ha received a
letter from postmaster General Cortelvou
saying he will be unable to attend "tin
meeting of the Nebrurka Postmaster's'
s.toclailnn to be held In Omaha June
W-lt, Til pressure f.f work at that tlnm
will prevent the postmaster general from
being present in person, but he assure
Preeldent l'slmnr that the rostoffice C.e
lrtmeut will hav a represeiHalivs present.
NEWS OF OMAHA SUBURBS
J. M. Degan returned from Shenandoah
Miss Bee Hoffman attended the teachers'
convention in Fremont.
Lutheran services will be held today at
the usual place and time.
Mrs. I.oechner returned Saturday from a
few days visit in Ashland.
A few cases of chicken pox have been re
ported. All are recovering. j
Mrs. B. C. Hesse, formerly of Benson,
visited here one day last week.
Rev. Mr. Leldy has returned home from
a short stay In St. Kdwards. Neb.
Rev. Mr. Crews of Tekamah, was a visi
tor In Benson during tho past week.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Howard Tuesday, April 3.
Mrs. John Speedy entertained her sister,
Mae Patterson of Papllllon, last week.
The Benson schools will reopen on Mon
day morning after a week's vacation.
Miss Hilmu Edllng and Miss Dora I'lrirh
of Omaha were Benson visitors on Wednes
day. R. J. Klrkpatrlck gave a stag party at
his rooms which proved a very social
Mrs. B. F. Miller and children are vis
iting MJrs. Miller's parents at "Mount
Mr. McCune and family have token pos
session ot their new home on McKinley
Mr. and Mrs. John McGuIre have again
moved into their home on South Lynn
The M. W. A. lodge held a social hour
after the business session lust Tuesday
John O'Connor ha been transferred to
Bloomlngton, 111..-by the Cudahy Packing
Mrs. Tom Hull entertained Mrs. Ash
graft and Mrs. Denim at her home during
Mrs. Maud Hirch of Norfolk spent a
few days at the home of her cousin, , Mrs.
Mrs. Samuel Finlayson and daughter and
Miss Lunge of Omaha visited in Benson
Ralph Smith left for his home in Platts
motuh last Sunday after a week's visit
with his sister.
Miss Stlger returned home Inst Tuesday
evening from a few day's visit with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are entertaining
their cousin. Mrs. Deemrr, and daughter
of Plymouth, Ind.
Services will be held as usual at the
MethodiNt Episcopal church touuy. Rev.
Mr. Leldy, pastor.
The ladies' Aid society met at' the home
of Mrs. Leldy. They will meet at the
same place next week.
Mrs. Chris Martlg and family have taken
rooms above the Williams store after two
months spent In Omaha.
Miss Hoffman went to Omaha last week
as a guest at a dinner given by Mrs. Sam
uel Finlayson in honor of her niece.
The postponed meeting of the Knights
and Ladies of Security was held Friday
evening at the home of O. E. Snowden.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh have been
entertaining Mr. Hopper and Mr. William
Hopper, father and brother of Mrs. Walsh.
An electric are light ha beeln placed on
the rorner of McKinley street and Clark
avenue, which is appreciated by the resi
dents. The Fraternal I'nion lodge initiated ten
new memlera at its last meeting. Dancing
followed the business and lunch was
Mr. and Mr. Peter Christiansen are en
tertaining Mr. H. V. Smith of Dea Moines
and Mr. and Mr. Veuntte of Youngs
Mrs. Ben Morton, Mr. W. K. Johnson
and Mr. J. Peterxon were guests of Miss
Chapman at the Dellone at luncheon hist
Wednesday after a theater party.
Misx Beatrice Hoffman entertained a
number of young people at her home on
Thursday evening. Qaine and music were
the pruKram of the evening and a dainty
lunch was served.
At Tuesday village election the result
was: James Howard. Jesse V. Long and
John Peterson for village trustees for the
full term and H. L. (hllds to nil a va
CMncy. The Judges wer Messrs. Carter,
liorton. McCoinbs, Stlger and John Robb.
The annual election of officer of the
firemen took place Monday evening a fol
lows: President. Ben Morton; vice presi
dent, William Lor sell i sccraiary, L. org.
son; trustees, A. 7.. Leach, E. C. Fuller
and C. F. Mnrtln. The other officers were:
C. C. Williams, L. P. Iarsen, Louis An
derson, B. L. Chllds, 8. Jorgcson, A. Chris
tlanson and J. Fry.
Mrs. G. Ambler was called suddenly to
Illinois on Tuesday by the severe Illness of
Mr. J. Carlson is having his house painted,
new spouting put on and other needed Im
Edward Walsh is home with his family
from an extended trip on the road for the
Woodmen of the World.
Miss Myrtle Blake celebrated her 17th
birthday on Wednesday, April 4, with her
sisters down in the city.
Albert Faverty Is assisting hi father and
brother at the roundhouse In South Omaha
during his vacation week from school.
Miss Martha Crumparker took the morn
ing train for Lincoln to spend her vacation
with old friends at Fnlversity Place.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Oleson are snugly
esconced In their new cottage home In
Eckerman,'. having removed from Georgia
Mrs. Will Morton and little son. Marion,
arrived from Long Pine on Monday eve
ning on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Harmon Gantz left on Sunday evening for
live weeks' trip on the road for Drlefhel.
the hatter. His territory will be in southern
Charles Henderson came down from
Sioux City Saturday noon on a short visit
to his parents and sister Mr. Nelson
Pratt. He returned the same evening.
Authur Zlebell of Wlsner. Neb., brother
of Mrs. J. E. Aught, has returned home
from the sanitarium at Lincoln, where he
ha been taking treatment the past month.
Mr. Ed Boyer sprung a surprise on his
friends last Wednesday evening by the
announcement of his marriage to Miss
Mable Chrlstlanson of South Sixtieth
street, which occurred last December.
Invitation are out announcing the mar
riage of Thomas Shandy of South Forty
elglith street to Miss Euyth Agee of South
Ten i li street. The wedding will take place
at noon next Wednesday at th new South
Tenth Street church.
The ladles' Aid society will meet at the
home of Mr. Htults In Eckerman next
Thursday to quilt all day. Lunch will be
served at noon. The committee to assist
the hostess will be Mrs. Aughe, Mrs. Hens
man and Mr. Blakely. .
The temperance meeting at Southwest
church Sunday evening, under the auspice
of the Young People's society, was a suc
eexa. It was ably led by Mrs. J. Blake.
Recitations by the two little Misses Gwem,
(Jladya Ambler and Miss Martha Crum
packer were exceptionally good, belne In
terspersed with tine music. Miss Myrtle
Blake was organist. The meeting Sunday
evening will be led by Mr. Paxlon of the
Young Men's Christian association of South
H. C. Balrd went to Lincoln on business
Mrs. Elisabeth Goodrich Is at home again
after her recent visit In Chicago.
The Round Doxen club will meet on
Wednesday of this week with Mrs. Akin.
The Dundee Woman's club, which wa to
have met on Wednesday of iast week with
Kirs. A. H. Palmer, was postponed two
Dr. Grossman, president of Lenox Col
lege, Hollinsoii. Ia., Hnd wile, spent part
of the week with Dr. and Mr. T. K.
Mrs." W. B. Howard will entertain the
Omaha Card club comprising member
from both Omuha and Dundee, on Wed
Mrs. J. W. Akin entertained Informally
Wednesday afternoon a number of Omaha
women ut a guessing ronlest. The prise
was won by Miss Seaman.
Somnambulist Commit Snlrlde.
AKRON. O., April 7 Jacob Stair, aged
65, who ha been noted ua a sleep walker,
arose early today while asleep, walked
downstairs and dellberutely hanged himself
to a floor Joist with a piece of twine. He
Is said to have discussed the horrars of
suicide with his wife last night. He was
a prominent Mason and ex-city councilman.
Sa Pardon for Sberrlrk.
INDIANAPOLIS. April 7. Sovernor
Hanly, In a statement lsaued today, re
fuses to pardon or parole lutvld E. Sher
rl.'k, now serving a sentence fur embezxllng
state funds. A petition signed by l.0i5
people asking for parole or pardon for Slur
rick had been presented.
Cold crosses, all else. Copley, Ut 8. lfth
NEWS FROM THE ARWY POSTS
FORT NIOBRARA. Neb., April 7. (Spe
cial.) Colonel and Mrs. Hoyt entertained
Major and Mrs. Penrose, Mr. Wadhams
and Mr. Penrose, sr., at dinner on Satur
Captain and Mrs. J. P. O'Nell entertained
at bridge on Monday night.
Mr. Wadhams of Milwaukee arrived at
the post on Monday and will be the guest
of Major and Mrs. Penrose for several
Miss Troup entertained at 6 o'clock for
the young people of the post on Tuesday
Major and Mr. Penrose entertained at
euchre on Wednesday night In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Wadhnmi of Milwaukee.
First Lieutenant Frank W. Ball has been
relieved as Judge advocate of the general
court-martial and First Lieutenant Fred
W. Bugbee detailed In his stead.
' Captain and Mrs. H. M. L. Powell en
tertained at dinner on Tuesday night. Thefr
guests were Colonel and Mrs. Hoyt, Major
and Mrs. Penrose, Captain and Mrs. M. D.
Cronln. Captain and Mrs. J. D. Leltch and
Mr. and Mrs. Wadhams of Milwaukee. The
dinner was given In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Tho First battalion. Twenty-fifth In
fantry, was formed on Sunday afternoon
and with the board escorted Company A
out of the post. The coaches for Company
A arrived In Valentine on Saturday. The
company spent Sunday night on the cars
and left Valentine early Monday morning
for. Worden, Wyo. It Is thought this
company will he on duty at Fort Washakie
for six months.
Newspaper reports have It that the en
tire Twenty-fifth infantry will be ordered
to the Department of the Columbia for
duty In the summer, two battalions at
Fort Wright and one at Fort Lawton.
These two station are very desirable ones,
but the officers and men regret that they
have to leave old Niobrara before It Is
time for them to go to the Philippines
Mrs. Calkins of Cody, Neb., has been the
guest of her sister, Miss Helen Swarts, at
the teamsters' mess for several days.
The regular weekly concert took placo
on Thursday night Instead of Wednesday
night, as customary, and the weekly hop
of the officer and ladies of the garrison
was on Friday night.
Musician Brlggs of Company A was un
able to go Willi Company A, Twenty-flf th
Infantry, to Fort Washakie because the
civil authorities are holding him on the
charge of shooting a civilian in Valentine
on Saturday night. Officers In the post
made a complete Investigation and could
find no evidence against Brlggs, but the
authorities refused to let him go.
The scheme that will be carried out at
this post for the next six months has been
arranged by the post commander and ap
proved by General Wlnt. The smirlson
training will occupy Monday, Tuesdav and
Wednesday of the first three weeks of
each month and field training on Thursday
and Fridays. On one of these day there
will be a practice march of twelve m!l.
The other day will be used In April for
instruction in reconnaissance by company
and battalion, small patrols, officers' pa
trols, road sketching and making reports.
In May the instruction will be In advance
Second Lieutenant G. C. Lawrason was
at Rosebud Indian agency during the
Lieutenant James Plyth went on
a short hunting leave on Friday,
and rear guard by company and battalion;
In June, in outposts by company and bat
talion; In July a combination of the ex
ercises of April. May and June. In August
one battalion will make a practice march
of twenty-one davs and the other bat
talion will have field training In attack
and defense of convoys, passing defiles
and streams. In September the same plan
carried nut as for August, the battalions
exchanging duties. In October the field
training will consist of normal attack of
a position, attack and defense of outposts,
opposing force, day and night operations,
marching, contact by regiment. The last
week In each month there will be a three
day practice march for the two battalions.
A post council of administration, con
sisting of Major C W. Penrose. Chaplain
Steward and Captain J. P. O'Nell, met on
Tuesday morning and audited the account
of Captain J. D. Leltch. pot treasurer,
and distributed th quarterly profits of th
FORT RILEY. Kaq., April 7. (Special. -Th
achool of application for cavalry and
field artillery will soon be completely re
organised by order from the War depart
ment. Heretofore the student body ha
constat! of tU membera of to local garri
son only, but under the new plan the stud
ent officers will be specially detailed by the
War department, and the present three
year course of Instruction will be reduced
to one year, student officers entering on
the first of November of each year. Not
to exceed twenty-four lieutenants of cavalry
and twelve lieutenants of field artillery
will be sent to the school from the service
at large each year to take a course In
equitation and horse training, hlppology,
horseshoeing and practical training In the
field. Officers for the positions of com
mandant, directors and Instructors will be
selected from the service nt large and spe
cially detailed by the Wnr department.
This plan will supply one of thi greatest
needs in the I'nited States army, that of
a thorough achr.nl of equitation snd horse
training, and will go far toward making
Fort Riley for the I'nited State what
Saumur is for France and Hanover Is for,
Incidental to the change which Is to he
made In the plan of organization of the
school of nnpllcatlon will be an Increase
In the artillery garrison of this post by
one more battery of field artillery, making
six batteries In all. These will be organ
ised into a provisional regiment of field
artillery. It is expected that the Twenty
ninth battery from Fort Leavenworth will
be sent to Fort Riley In the near future
and placed In ramp until barracks and
stables are provided.
Captain W. C. Short, 13th cavalry. In
structor in equitation, has received author
ity to tear down the old siege battery gun
sheds and to use the lumber taken there
from In building shed stables In the horse
pasture, which was fenced oft last year
for the unbroken horses mil chased fur
use In teaching horse training. Several
I J.,allul am pwin1 H , i ,
Ilieil 1 1 M t." w-nn " ' Mill
assist him In the work of building the
sheds, which will be completed next year.
Rev. James A. Stavely of Junction City
preached at the post chapel last Sunday
First Lieutenant E. T. Donnelly, artillery
corps, until recently stationed at this pot,
and for some time acting adjutant of th
artillery sub-post, ha been appointed aide-de-camp
to Brigadier General Duvall and
ordered to report for duty at Washington,
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