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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
CtrnntcD9.of Bcipit&I to Bt Laid at 2
GOVERNOR MCKtY TO MAKE ADDRESS
Omaha and (loath Dmaba C'oaarllatca,
to.Vley (ikne f Ball for tha
BrneOt of la Hospital
Work on the construction of tha new ho
f pltal r.ss far progressed aa to mske, pos
sible the laying of .the corner atrme thia
afternoon at i o'clock. The services con
nected llh tho event will be imonf the
"Si ,ml""Melv held In Couth Omaha,
"na will be tlM program:
Mriale Mat quartet,
IV-ndlng l Scripture and prayer Rev.
wpl Vv. Liver
ddres Oovernor Mickey.
. Mtiele Quartet.
, T ,'!f"?Ty,f 8ou" Omaha hospital-! ra C.
Address-Rev. Robert Wheeler.''
Kenedlctlrm-Kev. T. F. O'Calliihan.
Taveader to BUM.
, Harry Tavender, tha shoe miw, completed
I a deal FtJday, whereby he 'becomee the
owner of. the. Augusta "J. Chirk property,
1417 N street, , the consaWstion being
14,000. It la the purpose -of Mr. Tavender
to sell the old. building hat at present la
located there and In It- stead erect a new
and up-to-dn,te brick building. The old
building win be sold, and moved away to
make room for the iww structure, and this
will be done .as soi as possible.
drain Rash n Rnllrofid Tarda.
Iase."u'h of r'n through the South
he r ' wl'"h ysrde this year Is In excess
Die- 'or a number of years. Bo heavy
( ua been the, rush that the .yard men have
been worked, to the limit and the stock yard
nnd jmcbij house business, has fallen to
; second av.id third placee, respectively,
where. In the past they have always held
llret nrei second places. .,
' Cnasellmea to I'lay Ball,
A, game of bass ball between the coun
cil men of Oruaha and South Omaha Is now
v an assured act, arid Arrangements are well
unrier way, . The South, Omaha council will
Ue given a communication, at Its meeting
tomorrow ' night,. In , Which tho challenge
ent to the Qroaha officials some time ago
t Is accepted. The game will be pulled off
Id the-near future p.nd already' the mem
bers of lhe council are speculating aa to
the amount eX money that will be in the
till for the benefit pf the hospital, aa it
Is for that the'game is to be played. When
It waa learned at the atock yards that the
fgtvaa would be played a subscription list
'. wai started and already many have sig
a'ried their Intention Of ..contributing lib
erally. Bpeaklng of the :game last night
t Councilman Bulla said: "I believe that It
la possible for this game to turn Into the
coffers of the hospital fund far more than
at first thought would seem possible. I
iwant to see the game come off and will do
(everything within my power to bring it.
Country dab Is Popalar. .
That the Bouth Omaha Country club is
becoming more popular, as the summer ad
. vencea la evidenced by the fact that hardly
g an evening passes when some sort of a
i party or reception is not held on the lawns
and later In the evening dancing Is en
SJoyed. The last of these parties was a
very pretty dinner, which was given Fri
day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mo
JCullough In honor of Miss MeCullough of
Minneapolis, a cousin of Mr. MoCullough.
who is visiting In the 'city. Those present
. were: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MeCullough,
Miss MoCullough of Minneapolis, Messrs.
and Mesdames'W. B. Cheek,. A. L. Lott,
C. M. Schlndle E. B. Shugart, Howard
. Meyers sod Mr. L. R. Pennall 'and Mr.
1 W. B. Tagg.
.Tha necessary arrangements' have been
' mada for the giving of a concert at the
; Country club grounds, next Tuesday even
! Ing. i AH of the members are looking for
ward to the treat In stored for them on
that night.. Following Is. the program,
which. Is to he followed by a dance:
Piano Selection Mies Eva Crandall.
Vocal Solo Mlsa Edith Dennis.
Racltstlon Miss Offerman.
. Vooal Solo Mr. Cecil Francisco. ,
Piano Selection Miss Sarah Martin.
Bolo Mrs. Ed Munshaw.
Heading Mies Hilda Condon.
Vocal Solo Mrs. Earl Brown.
Violin Duet Tha Misses Flynn.
Vocal Solo Mrs. E. B. Bhugart.
Remarks Mr. Bruce MeCullough.
Carnival Dates Fixed.
At a meeting of the A. O. U. W. carnival
committee held at the temple Friday night
It mas decided that the carnival would be
held from September I to I, Inclusive.
Committees have been appointed, attrac
tions procurred and every member Is work
ing for .the best Interests of the affair. A
mammoth parade wlU be held on the
first day of the carnival. A communlcav
tlon from the Eagles Informed the com
mittee that there would be no Eagle carni
val, but In lieu thereof wished that the A.
O. V. W. committee would designate 'one
of their days as Eagle day. Thia was
Following U the list of the days as they
have been designated: Monday. Labor
days Tuesday.- Eagles;. Wednesday. Fra
ternal Beneficiary Society; Thursday, Ak-Sar-Ben,
Red Men; Friday, Children and
A. O. U. W.; Saturday, everybody.
Holdes) rase Reported.
Frank McLaughlin, who Uvea at 301 ft
street, was held up last evening at Twenty-ninth
and Q streets. The Job was done
by two men, one of them large and the
other small. They grabbed hold of Mo
Laughlln, choked him and at the same time
went through his pockets. The thieves se
cured only 1140. j
!' . War -os) Weeds.
At a meeting of the Highland Park Im
provement club Friday, night the question
of weeds was "again ' discussed and an
agreement finally reached that the 'club
at the New Transient. Steel Built. Fireproof
N. r. CM. 4
at OtasS Caatnl
VIM Sawn, tka
at laa mar. t taa auaat at U
aa4 -X ' roll mat BraaSva
mia U)mc MaSain i -,
SMaatlaa lar MS kM.11
raaaw saw feats, ai t. Lata,
arwas all Iim rn j aa
aaikaa WK areata Wia. M as.
W. H. taUgi'urTa
i (VwIIm with ta M
S Wmod Law at wx
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should use Its erTrru to tne end that the
city council pass an ordinance tp the
effect that all ury cuplM property In th
city should have, the weeds cut therefrom
and the riper. charged to the property.
This action vsas taken in view of the fact
that every Resident In the northeast part
of the cHj- has tsken eepeclal pride In
kepln (-vn the eye sore.
An, ordinance will aleo be aeked for that
all terracing and parking be restricted
wfthln the limits of the curb line.
The following standing committees were
sppolnud: Municipal affairs. J. Bam Oos
ney, Al Powell, 3. J. Fldgersld. William
Oulgcat and Q. T. Clase. School commit
tee, r. J. Copenharve, Fred O. Cockrell
and J. J. Markey.
Made City Roealo.
Miss Adil oisss is visiting for a few days
with friends In Avoca. la.
Jotter's Oold Top Beer delivered to all
parts of the city. Telephone No. (.
The city pay roll for the street gang
during lsst week smounted to $-3 91.
Dr. W. M. Davis has returned from an
extended trip In the Big Horn mountains.
fttore building for sale cheap. Apply at
once. C. R. Wilcox. 1415 N St., So. Omaha.
A daughter Is reported St the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson, Thirty
third and Q streets.
Miss Maud MncDowell leaves for Mine
spoils today for sn extended visit with
friends Slid relatives.
Dr. O. E. Llndburg of tha- local bureau
of snlninl Industry left last night for Chi
cago, to be gone a week.
Joseph, the 1-year-old son of Detlef
Bi'hwel, died at the home of his parents,
SSn X street, Friday afternoon.
Some time yesterday afternoon Will John
son, colored, escaped from the county Jail,
where he was serving a sentence for sn
assault upon two white men with whom he
was working at the Cudahy plnnt.
Vpchurch lodge No. 2, Degree of Honor,
will give an Ice cream social next Wed nee
ds y evening at Workmen temple.
William Burns, Twenty-fourth ' end P
street. Is In the hospital suffering with
a severe attack of typhoid fever.-
Ira A. Kellogg, local representative of
The Omaha Bee, left last night for Chicago
and eastern points, to be absent a week.
James Barren and Mike Reldy were sen
tenced to four days' cutting weeds on the
street by Judge King yesterday morning.
Ed Wrenn, who for the last few months
has been managing the Hlnchey laundry,
will visit for a few days at Og&lalla. Neb.
Mlsa Mabel Tobias and Miss -Susie Cas
sidy leave this evening for Lake Okobojl,
where they will spend the next two weeks.
Councilman Heftlinger and family have
returned to the city after having spent an
enjoyaiile two weeks visiting with friends
and relativea at Maywood, Neb.
Charles Femlarid will leave tomorrow for
Lincoln, where he will visit for a few days
before attending the democratic state con
vention, to which be will be a delegate.
Make an offer on the northwest corner of
18th and Misaouri Ave. a nearly new
house, esst front, snd neat cottage, south
front; two new lots. Room for two more
bouses. Will sell on easy terms. Price,
2.;50. N. P. Dodge A Co., 1714 Farnam St.
Chief Brlggs yesterday afternoon cap
tured two of the toughest characters that
It has been bis lot to get . in some time.
They were James Wright and George E.
Boesse, two lsds who a short time ago
escaped from the reform school at Topeka.
Yesterday afternoon Chief Brlggs picked
up Ed Mitchell, colored, said to have robbed
a boarding house In the vicinity of Twenty
sixth and P streets about (wo weeks ago.
Mitchell bad some of the stolen properly
in his possession at the time of his cap
ture. A charge of burglary , will be placed
against him. ' t
City Treasurer Melcher lias made ar
rangements whereby it will be possible
for persons so desiring to pay any scav
enger, regular or special real eotare taxes
that may. be due and unpaid at the olAce
of he city treasurer as .la l e aa September L
After that date tbeae taxes will be paid
In Omaha, with accrued interest. '
Two big specials starting tomorrow morn
ing. Special 1 men's odd undershirts, in
aU sorts of colors,' 14 cents each, worth
25 snd SS cents. Special 2 men's soft shirts,
with collars attached and neckties to
match, the Ideal brand, manufactured by
M. F. Smith tt Co Omaha, to be retailed
for $2.50- aale price, K cents. Nebraska
Shoe and Clothing House, Bouth Omaha,
B V RXIS O TO-1' S . IMPROVED . BERVICK
Between Oaaathm, Uaeola and Beatrice
Pullman parlor cars ax .how fn scrvioe
between Omaha, Lincoln and' Beatrice, on
westbound' Trains Tfori) Qma&i,' at.t;l$ a. ra,
and 2 p. m. Eastbotrod from Beatrice at,
1:20 a. m. and from Lincoln at 10:25 a. nv,
also from Beatrice at 2:30 p. ' m. and from
Lincoln at 8 p. m. Seat fare, 2So between
Omaha and Lincoln, 26c between ' Lincoln
and Beatrice, too between Omaha and Bea
Tf yem have anything to trade advertise
It in the For Exchange column- of The
Bee Want At
KO. i08AN EXCELLENT ' SCHOOL
The change in- the fashion of children's
clothes are never at any time so marked
r' sudden aa la aometlmee the case wUn
the fashions of their elders. We. hear very
Often theate days that the Utile folks were
never so well dressed and surely good taste
baa mada Itself evident everywhere in the
simplicity which characterises these small
garments. For general weaf mothers find
that the simple mode of dressing aurvives
tha longest and a gown which will Serve
excellently for the daughter's school gown
la shown. The square yoke and panels
are very becoming . and afford -. enough'
adornment for a dress of thia kind'. Made
of a co at resting material or color together
with the cufTs and belt, the dreas is one
that any girl will like. The tucks at the
side In front and back relieve any tandencr.
to plainness and add fullness to the small
figure. The skirt is one jit unusual merit,
being a circular one and Of excel Is at shap
ing. The pleats at Itched 'tp yoke- depth
give extra fullness and grace to the light
woratada may serve for the dress. For the
mediums slaa, two and one-half yards of
forty-four-inch material are needed. e9Hs
Nine sixes, lit 14 years.
For the accommodation, of Tha Omaha
Baa readers these patterns, which- usually
retail at from 21 te M .osnta, wU4 be fur.
Jabed St a nomlral price (M cents), which
severs all expenses, in order to get pat
Urn enclose 10 oenU,' giving number and
name f pattern wanted and bust measure.
As tha patterns are mailed direct from the
publishers In New, York.- It wlU require
aboat a week' time to All th order. Ad
raeac Fatter Department. The ' Osaan.
Bee. Omaha, Neb. '' ; -
IEWS FROM CfcUHA SUBURBS
Miss Edith Anderson Is a gusat at the
Wiley ranch near Cody, Wyo.
Mls Aneta Talmer entertained a few
young friends Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. E. H. Wright of Ksneas City Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. John O. Yelsr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Curtis and daughters
have returned from a trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. O. U Hsrt will leave Mon
day evening for a week s pleasure trip to
Mr. James W. Hamilton was In Chicago
during the week on a combined business
and. pleasure trip.
Mrs. Mary M. Anderson and daughter,
Margaret, have been visiting at Manlluu
and Cripple Creek. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Peters entertained a
number of friends from Omaha and Council
bluff at dinner Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Reed and children of Greensville,
Idaho, who have been visiting Mr. H. c.
Peters, returned, to their home on Monday.
Miss Mae Hat he way, sister of Mrs.
Charles O. Talniage, and Miss Ruth Has
kell of Lincoln were visiting Mrs. Talmage
the early part of the week. " "
Mrs. T. S. Estsbrook and daughter, Dor
othy, returned last week to Chicago after
a visit of several weeks with, Mrs. Esta
brnok's mother, Mr. Dolan. ,
Miss Lucy Thurston and the Misses Vlele
cf Notth Carolina, who have been the
guests for severs! weeks of Mr. and Mia.
P. J. Barr, left for home on Wednesday.
Memorial services for the late Mrs.
Emma Lampe, wife of Rev. Joeeph J.
Lampe, will be Conducted this fnornlng by
Rev. T. K. Hunter at the Dundee Presby
For her guest. Miss Lucy .Thurston of
Taylorsvllln, N. C, Mlsa Margaret Barr
entertained about twelve young women on
Monday afternoon, and Tuesday evening
Miss Karr entertuinrd a younger set for
the Misses Vlele of Salisbury, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs, John O. Yelser entertained
about a hundred guest Tuesday evening
In honor of Mrs. Yeiser's sister, Mrs. E. H.
Wright of Kansas City, Mo. On Wednes
day Mrs. Yelser entertained her assisting
women st luncheon, snd a number of young
people In the evening at a marshmallow
roast." The assisting women at the recep
tion were: Mrs. T. L. Combs, Mrs. E. R.
Hume. Mrs. P. J. Bare, Mrs. 8. R. Rush,
Mrs. D. L. Johnson, Mrs. J. M. Alkjn, Mrs.
J. II. Itarte and Mrs. Noah Perry.
For Miss Barr's guests Miss Van Oleson
entertained Monday evening the following
young people: Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Rich,
Dr. F. S. Whitman, the Misses Marshall,
the Misses Renson, the Misses Vlele, Miss
Thurston, Miss Barr and Messrs. LeavHt,
Lampe, Palmer and Selby.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Talmag will
leave next Tuesdsy evening for a trip
east. They will visit Chicago, Buffalo and
New York City, returning to Chicago by
iot from Buffalo. Miss Emma Hatha
way of Lincoln, sister of Mrs. Talmago,
will accompany them on the trip.
Mrs. J. MoCombs left Saturday for a few
weeks' visit in Chicago.
Mrs. W. T. Springmeyer haa gone for a
two weeks' visit In Chicago.
Mrs. John .MiGutre has returned home
frpm a few days visit In Blair.
Will and Ernest Tlndell have gone to St.
Louis to vlHlt with their uncle:
Rev. Mr. Reldy has returned after a few
days spent In Oakdale and Geneva
Mr. O .W. Btlger entertained her mother
of I'lattarnouth on last Wednesday.
Mass at 9 o'clock at St. Bernard's Cath
olic church today by Father McCarthy.
D. E. Smith entertained Mrs. Smith of
Ridge way, Mo., during the past week.
Ms. J. M. Leldy left last week for a
two weeks' visit with relatives In Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. R E. Bos worth have moved
Into their new residence on Maine street.
'Ellesmere Morgan, ' formerly of Benson,
.has returned for a visit, from California.
- English Lutheran services at 11 a. m.,
Sunday school at 10 a, m. at the town hall.
Miss Llna Washburn eentertalned Miss
Lou Bliss and Miss Eda Hughes of Schuy
ler. Mr. and Mrs. A. & Lesch have returned
home from a pleasant visit In Cedar Creel,
Neb-, . '
Mrs." Arthur Merman has gone 'to Ben
nington where she will open a dressmaking
Miss Mary Butler returned home on Fri
day from Scnuyler, where she haa been
fMlss Anna Bellls left " lasl " Wednesday
for a three weeks' -visit with relativea in
Mra E. A. Heyden and Mrs. Anderson of
Omaha were guests of Mrs. A. H. Heyden
' Linn McQuIre ot St Joseph, Mo., spent
last -Wednesday -at the home of his parents
In Benson. ,-
Miss Culbertsop picnicked with a number
of her scholars at Hanscom park on Thurs
' Mrs. A. H. Heyden entertained the
ladles' aid society of. Florence last Thurs
About ten of tlie Benson people held a
picnic party at Hanscom park last Wednes
June Grove, accompanied Lula Prior to
her home in Homer, Neb., where she will
visit for a time.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will meet
at the church Wednesday afternoon, for
Important business.. ... i
Miss Minnie Chapman, Mrs. Johnson's
sister, has gone to Los Angeles where slie
will spend a month.
Mrs. James Walsh snd son Ward and
father, Mr. Hopper, left Saturday , for a
visit in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson entertained at a
lawn party at their home on West Mc
Kinley street, a week ago.
Charles Burmelster has gone with the
Thurston Rlflei to Fort Riley, Kan., to
participate In the maneuvers.
Charles Johnson entertained the members
ofxtha Boys' gym. on Thursday evening,
when a pleasant time waa had.
Presbyterlafl services today at Odd Fel
lows hall at 2:30 p. m.; Sunday school at
2:30 p. m., by Rev. Mr. Braden.
.Miss Alice Culbertson haa returned from
a few days' visit In Elk horn. Bhe was
accompanied home by Rose Witte.
A Swedish school will open on Monday
to continue during the coming month.
Rev. Mr. Zedren will be the Instructor,
Mra Klrkland and son have returned to
their borne in Chicago, being called- here
by the death of her sister, Mrs. Caminxlnd.
Methodist services today at 11 a. m. and
I p. m. ; Suuday school st 14 a. m. ; tp.
worth league at 7 p. m. Rev. Mr. Leidy,
The Baptists will have services in the
tent today at 11 a. in. Sunday school st
10 a. ra. Rsv. B. F. Fellrrutn of Omaha will
There will be no Swedish Lutheran ser
vices today on account of the laying of the
Eton Bwedlah church corner atone in
Mra. A. Z. Leach turned over her home to
the Presbyterian women last Tuesday even
ing for a lawn aocud. which waa largely
Mlas Schlrer and Mlsa Jennie of Amaw
soma. Via, and Dr. Marie Kaufman of
Cedar Creek, were gueats of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Baker last week.
The team of the aerie of Benson Be glee
leave Unlay for the grand aerie meeting la
Milwaukee. They will be accompanied by
otner tjieoiDera oi tne toage.
Bona were barn to Mr. and Mrs. L. L N.
Goodta en August t. to Mr. and Mra. Ed
Rous a on August 1 to Mr. and M.-a. Will
lam Hnckman on August L
Mr. and Mra George Wsrren weje pleas
antly surprised by S number of their friends
snd neighbors, st tbalr borne last Satur
day evening. Luncheon was served.
Mrs. MoCoy entertained the women of the
rresoyterian church at her borne last Fri
day, when a Ladles' Aid society as or
ganised with twenty-one members.
The regular meeting of the Benooii fire
department wae held last Monday evening,
when testa were made of all working op
para tua. A drill was held during the
The regular business meeting of the totvn
board was held Saturday, August 4. V
number of ordlnanoes were passed which
will soon be published. The routine of
business was tranaanted.
ROBBER KNOCKS VICTIM DOWN
J. E. ayder Headered Caooaeeloae
r tke Blow, bat Utu
While crossing the corner of Nineteenth
and Eraklne streets at 1:10 last night J. E.
Bnyder was held up and knocked u neon
solo as by a footpad. Tha robber came
running down a clay bank on the corner
and thrusting a revolver In .Mr. Snyder s
face demanded that he throw up hia hands
and because of ntowneag la complying with
these demands, struck him over the- head
DAILY DEE: MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1006.
with his pistol. I'porf' regaining consciou
nes MY. Bnyder found that he had been
robbed of his money. The matter Is being
looked after by the police.
OUR LETTER BOX.
That F.pwertk Resolatloa.
OMAHA, Aug. 11. -To the Editor of The
Bee: For some time I have been battling
with myself as to the advisability of mak
ing known thst of which the public lias
been erroneously Informed, vis. : the antl
Rneewater resolution which was adopted
at a recent aenibly of the Epworth league.
This resolution In the most, vehement
language denounced, defamed, censured and
condemned Mr. Rosewater as being a most
unfit and Improper person to represent the
state of Nebraska at the nation's capital.
Far be It from me to assume that the gen
tleman In question Is totally lacking In
those Imperfections which constitute world
Uness. But I do assert that n body of
people claiming to believe In a God who
distinguishes not between persons and
Whose highest law is that of love, and
assembled In t fie nsme and through the
grace of Him who tsught us, saying "Love
them that hate ye." and "Judge not that
ye be not Judged," and when so assembled
they become the -prey of a few men who
for purely personal reasons vllllfy and
denounce publicly a fellow cltlxen who had
no chance to ssy a word In his own defence
or In any manner to remove the malicious
slander heaped against him. It la high
time that the world became Informed of
the despicable manner In which the resolu
tion was railroaded through.
It was by no means the voice of the
assembly, hut was a purely personal affair,
prompted by the most ulterior motives, cut
and dried from Its Inception and proposed
at the psychological moment when the
audience wss wrought to an Intense nervous
pitch by the oratorical Dr. Banks, In addi
tion to this, the audience had been sitting
on rough, hard benches for two long hours,
and so when the resolution was proposed
they rose to their feet without seriously
considering the propriety of their action.
Scarcely hd they risen when a unanimous
vote was announced In favor ot adoption.
Fully one-third of those voting did so
without knowing what they voted for or
why they voted. A hurried canvass later
In the evening revealed the fact that hnd
the people been aware that such a resolu
tion was to have been presented not only
would the measure have been fought, but
It would have "been 1 overwhelmingly de
feated. The unutterable nerve with which
these high-handed proceedings were con
ducted was more becoming to the unblush
ing, unprincipled ward heeler than to the
meek and pious follower of the lowly
To the gentlemen concerned who may
take exceptions to my way of presenting
facts to the public I can say that I am
prepared to back up 'my position to the
uttermost, and further, there Is no place
In holy writ which would In the leaet de
fend or even' excuse this utterly Irreligious
action. L. M. HORR.
Young Men's Christian Association Rooms.
Thought on Legislative Halls.
OMAHA, Aug. ll.-To the Editor of The
Bee: As the time npproaches when an
other legislature will convene. It may not
be out of order to call the attention of our
state authorities to the condition of tho
legtHlatlve hall when the last legislature
met. It looked as if it had not been
touched since the preceding legislature
adjourned, ft had all the appearance of a
"rough house. T The old. rickety furniture,
pot fit for a secpnd class lodge room, was
covered with dust and rdlrt and the light
was barely visible through the windows.
The- matting -on the,'lkmr "was so well
loaded that It Was dangerous to attempt
to sweep It. That good old clock over the
speaker's desk always ready to move for
ward or backwards aa Occasion required
could hardly tell the time through the dirt
on Its face. It was no Uncommon thing to
see a venerable 'legislator drop through the
eane bottom of his chair, and the old desks
looked as If they had ' served since Ne
braska was admitted to the union. Our
stats officials have lived too long In Lin
coln and other country, (owns. They oaght
to come snd visit the council chamber of
a great metropolitan city like Omaha and
get' some pointers on legislative elegance,
and how to keep- things dean. The lobby
was the only part of the Institution that
wjis In .good repair, and ready for busi
ness. It was - clean and neat and well
led. and decked with flowers and win
ning smiles. , MICHAEL LEE.
Bee Want Ada for Business Boosters.
T 4 t H"
and are as
HILS0 COLLEGE f OR WOMEN
ta the beautiful Cumberland Valley. Courses
leading to degrees of A-. B. and Mua. i
Classics. Muslo, Art. A moat excellent fac.
ally. Campus so acres; 14 buildings; rata
moderate. M. H. REASCR, Ph. D-, Pres'L
S College Ava. CHAMBCRBUURO, PA.
HELP TO ADVERTISE OMAHA
Ben Tke Bee ta sou means.
DHL DAYS IN THE CANTEEN
Sailor Are Not Hopelessly Addicted to th
SoJa Water Habit
JACK SHUNS THE SOFT DRINK - STORE
Sergeant ef Marine Telia of Good Old
Days vtkea Real Beer Might Be
Had at the Brooklyn
Morning drill wss over, and the mem
bers of the squad of marines thst had been
marching, presenting arm, shouldering
arms, and otherwise acquiring a temper
and a thirst, filed Into the locker room of
the building on the Cob Dock, st the
Brooklyn navy yard, tore off their heavy
uniform shirts and swore continuously and
fluently as they scrambled Into thin white
"There," said the sergeant who had
served In the Philippines, ss he Jerked his
head hack from his chair on the porch,
"there Is the temperance brigade as yeu
wss ssklng about."
Inquiry hsd been made concerning a re
port that Pundsy "mixologists" and pro
prietors of thirst parlors on Sands street
were threatened In bankruptcy on ac
count of a sudden passion for canteen soda
water with chocolate snd pineapple flavor
ing which had developed among the men.
Reelpe foe l.emoeade.
"I remember." continued the sergeant,
"that when I was younger, about the time
I Joined the service, they were singing a
song which about described the present
situation In the navy. It went something
like this: ,
For you tnke the whisky thin.
An' vou squeese the llmon In,
Hhure. they call It Umonade In Bally
hooly; And whin the timperance brigade
Olta out upon pnrade.
There's not a sober man In Ballyhooly.
"I'd heard all about this big. wave of re
form and soda water before you mentioned
the matter. Two men were seen in tho
canteen consuming lemon pie and drink
ing orangeade In huge qusntities last Fri
day. Suppose you see If they've come back;
canteen's only two doors to the light along
The man In civilian dress, dosing behind
the soda fountain, awoke at the fourth
cough. He rubbed his eyes, then hurriedly
wiped off the counter.
"Yes, sir," he, said; "what'll tt be; choc
olate, vanilla, pineapple or., ginger? The
ginger Is very much favored, because It
has a grip to It, and "
"Thank you, I do not belong to the post.
I wss merely seeking Information."
' "Yes, sir; certainly, sir. But won't rou
let me serve youT t'd Just like to hnvo
you try our plain soda with ginger. It's in
great demand somet'lmes."
"Are the bluejackets drinking much,
"Drinking much? Well, say, don't you
think there'd be something doing in wet
goods this weather? What, this stuff I
mean soda water? Not much. OnIy when
they have to. and that Isn't very often."
Said the Sergeant.
The sergeant raised his eyebrows, f Well,"
he said, "ain't a whole lot doing, iV there?
Won't be, either, vif you anchor in the place
all day long. But they're doing busy on
Sands street and Navy street, ain't they?
Perhaps they're "not boiling some of Our
fellows this very minute with colored wood
alcohol and diluted vitriol,
"There was a time beforevthe Water Cart
Travelers undertook to run the army and
navy of the United States, when a man
could go to the canteen and get a scoop
of beer that was beer. Perhaps he -had
two, and maybe a little later in the day
he hod two more. Suppose the laai scoop
before he '.turned in made him feel a bit
happy; what of It? Wasn't hs right In
barracks, turning Into his own bunk, safe
from all harm and on hand to answer to
rollca.ll in the morning? . No headache, no
"Well, they changed all that. The morala
of the army and navy was telng destroyed
by the demOn rum In the 4 per cent lager
and a parade thirst called aloud for choco
late Ice cream." . .
While he was talking the whole squad
had hurried to the, tiny ferry boat that con
nects the Cob dock with the main section
of tho reservation.
"Did you notice that wild rush for the
canteen? Now, what do you think those
boys will do when they get outside the
gates? I'll tell you, because I know, and
because I've been there too often myself;
they'll make first class, special diploma,
blue ribbon Idiots of ' themselves. They
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so they'll tank lip Just as Quick ss the
barkeep will fill m up for them.
"Nert thing, too late te get bark. Next
thkig, a day, two days overdue. Next thing
desertion. And that s no Idle dream:
that'a the story ever since the water
wagon drivers undertook -to run the I'nlted
States army and navy." New York Post.
SOMETHING NEW AT THE DEN
Special Brew la f'oneoeted by Royal
Jester Renae and HIS
In connection with Initiation exercises
at the Ak-Par-Ben den Monday evening
something entirely new will be offered
as an extra "stunt" by Gun Rense and his
conferees. The roysl Jesters have con
cocted a special brew which promises to
give a real thrill to those who are present
Monday evening. Only two persons In the
realm of Qulvera know anything about
this special effort which Mr. Rense oe
Clares will dispel the old Idea that there
Is nothing new tinder the sun.
Excursionists from along the lines of
the Northwestern railroad will be In at
tendance. Doc Breed, carnival manager
Most famous of all Artists in Pen :
and Ink, whose pictures have
made him' rich.
Wouldn't you like to draw as
well as Gibson ? ;;. , '
Probably you never can; but
perhaps - .. . : : ;
can start you right.
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Tae Seiiiy Dee:
has been out through the country working
up Interest In the fall festivities.
Arlsona Harry, who will appear here
this fall In "North America," one of the
big features of the Ak-Sar-lten rarnlvll
has a saddle with an unurual history.
This Intrepid rider 'ha used the saddle
for sixteen years lit many parts of the
world. One cf the most noted bandits
who ever terrorised the wet once owned
this saddle. Home year sgo while pros
pecting In the Funeral mountain of
Arlxona Harry's horse fell over a aoO-fcot .
precipice Into a river.. The rider escaped
by leaping from the saddle and clinging
to some bushes on the verge of the
precipice. For six days and nights the
saddle lay with the dead horse In the
depths of the stresm. When Anally re
covered the saddle was Intact.
John la Webster and Chsrles J. Greene
will be the principal speaker at the
fountain of youth Monday night. '
Wo will sell our surplus arteslsn ice st
tt per ton at our building or $1 for a X
Ib. cake. Come and get tt.
HARDING CREAM CO., 810 Harney.
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