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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEEt MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1906.
1AB0R FESTIVAL PROGRAM
Veek at Inn lark Will Ee tToted te
BINlFJT FOR TEMPLE BUILDING FUND
W. -J. Bryaa Heads Mat of Bpeakere
aaa Will Be Heard aa Mandax,
with . Others Fallewlaa;
Da vina; Weak.
; There- ti no concerted general 6herv
'ancs of La.bor day this year on account of
th nearness of their great labor anniver
sary to the dates Selected several weks
ago for the holding uf a. Labor Festival
during the week ol September 10 at Krug
rk for tbe benefit of tha Labor t?mrle
mlttee of arrangenienta has been In corre
spondence with tha mora prominent labor
leaders of . tha . United . Btsten, and with
men who at tha preaent time are standing
out prominently In the political arena, and
the effort has been richly rewarded.
Monday, September 10, will. be the grand
opening day, and .will be known as Omaha
day. Mayor' James C. Dahiman will be
master of ceremonle. .' What was mors
natural than to endeavor to secure Hon,
William Jennings Bryan to deliver the
principal and opening address. A commit
tea was sent to Lincoln to cctifer win Mr.
Hryan, and he consented to attend and
make "a short talk" during tha afternoon.
Tuesday, September 11, will be South
Omaha 'day. Mayor Thomas Hoctor will
tis tha master of ceremonies. The prin
cipal sneaker will 'be Hfn. John L.. Ken
nedy, who will be followed by several other
Wednesday. September If, will be Council
muffs day.! -Mayor Donald Macrae, will be
tha master' of ceremonies. Addresses will
be delivered by Hon. Gilbert M. Hitchcock
Thuradsy, September 13, will be Ladles'
day. Mrs. Bert Cox,- president of ths la
dles' auxiliary of the Omaha Typographi
cal union, will be mistress of ceremonies.
Addresses will be mad by lion. Norrls
Brown and Hon.. A. C Bhallenberger and
others. The "Danla" (Danish Glee club)
will sing. , . . ,
Friday will be Fraternal Organisations
day. Hon. John O. .Yeleer. an honorary
member of the Central Labor uhlon, will
be the principal speaker, to be followed by
others. There will be several competitive
drills hv fraternal drill teams.
Saturday., Srptetnber 18, will be Organ
ised Lsbor'day. John Pollan. president of
th Central Labor union, will be master of
ceremonies. Bamul Gompers of Washing
ton, D. C, president 6f tha American Fed
eration of Labor, and Eugene V. Debs of
IndJanapolls will be the principal apeaters.
and there will be others. The day will be
given over' to' athletic sports, and there
will baVcontests and races for everybody,
with valuable prises to be comneled for by
men, women, boya and girl, each In classes
by themselves. Tha entire athletic program
has not yet been completed. It will bs
found to be" very attractive when It la
Anally announced. .--
Louts V. Guye. a prominent local labor
leader, who Is chairman of the committee
on arrangements, says that the attendance
at Krug park next week will be tha largest
In Its history.
Postal Card aad Lawn Social.
Mlas . D Iona Muataln entertained at a
postal card and. lawn party at her home,
10 South Twenty-first street, Friday even
ing. - Mrs. laly won the prise for being I lie
best poet, and atlas Bcnnuit won tne prise
In the postal card guessing contest. The
rooms were prettily ' decorated, the front
parlor with- leather portals, back parlor
JWanese effect and the dining room in red
and whits, the lawn being lighted with
Japanese lanterns. Covers were laid for
Misses Myrtla Lane, Stella Danshey,- las
sie Lee, , Nera.&aial)ey Augusta Bc-hmltt,
Mlas McQulllln. rollle Wlcnderfeller, Clara
Kurth, Belvlna, Wltsehek;' Hattle Carberry.
Gail Mustaiii; Messrs, J. McQulllln, -Will
Ijine, Edward Pyne, Walter Hyne, Ed
Swanson, Jack Rathman, Louis Bock,
Henry Mslatrom. John Daly. Louis Wil
helmaen. Coleman Mustaln; Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorge Howell, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Daly;
Mrs. George Crabtll of Lincoln, Mrs. Lana,
"Hello Girls" Katertalaed.
Miss Mona Ludwlg of the Nebraska Tele
phone company entertained a number of
pretty "hello girl" friends and others at
her home, 807 North Twentieth street. Sat
urday afternoon and evening on the oc
casion of her birthday. Refreshments, both
dainty and substantial, were served aml
the young women had a most delightful
time until the hour for them to get back
to their boards arrived and forced them
to leave. Those present were: Brlggls
,"8RW, Kittle McLaughlin, Florence Lines,
Rather Cahow, Myrtle Drahos, Mas Bchm.
Hoa Schults. Hilda Burkland, Samuel
docker and Edgar. Larson.
What is ajackache?
IT IS KATURE'SWARNIXS TO WOttEM
DEsflfltci ef Woman's Orgisltm Cured ana
Consequent Fain hUppae by Lyuia E.
PlakhiaVe Vegetable (jpoiH.
It seems a though my 'back would
trreak w Voinen utter these worde
errer aud over again but continue to
drag along- aad suffer with aches In tha
email of tha bak, pain love down in
the aide, "bearing-down" pains, rier
Touaneaa and no ambition lor any tak.
-. v v v-
Ahi Maud JA orris Jj
They ta not reeJlaa that tha back la
tha mainspring of woman's organism,
and quick It indicates by aching- a. dis
eased condition of tha female or (rani
or kidneys, and that tha achea and
pain will continue until tha cause ia
removed. ' '
Ljdi C Ptnkham'a Vegetable Com
pound baa been for many years tha
o and only effective remedy in auch
cases. It speedily curve female and
kidney dinordere aud restores tha fe
male organ to a hralthr condition.
M I bav euffrwl with fsinaW troublea for
over two yars, ir.llli.c Intense pain aaca
month, ruy bach ar4 uutU i s-nrosd as
, though It would brwtk. and 1 fH so weak aU
over that I aM not nod nnmttk to attend to
my work but had to stay in t-o a large part
of tba first two or tarso days rrrr month.
I would ba sloepW nlgbu, bad areams and
ssvara keadautMa. Ail Utis umimiiliiad my
"W consul tad aa old famllv phrotcian. wka
ad'Wl that I try Lydia . Piuabaiu'e V ega
teblav'oropound. I Wantaklug U rsgularly
and soun t ;uod that 1 eould aleev and eat
batter than I bad doo for nwuth. V tttna
two months I bwsaans regular aad I no tougar
suffer from baokachoor pain." lilss kUudo
Morris, Boa. Ladiarf AW aud Uiaaua aWobsty,
la K. Huntsg ba Alianta, Oa, '
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HEWS FROM OMAHA SUBURBS
Otto ftubn and family have moved Into
their rew residence on Fifth street.
Mr. snd Mrs. Dent of Rmith Omaha were
guests of M. J. Gless.in last Sunday.
Miss Ivy Pries spent seversl days the
t-t week visiting relstlves at Missouri
Dr. Akers has moved Into the new prop
erty just purchased from M. R. Kindred on
J. P. Everson of Blair visited friends here
Tuesday, going from hers to Omaha to
transact Soma business.
Frank P. Brown, mall carrier on route
No. 3, out of Florence, la up and around
after a three weeks' Illness.
James T. De Land of Perry, la., spent
two days here this wek visiting his
mother, Vfrs. Ellen -le Land.
Ths city-council adjourned the regular
meeting from Monday night, September ,
to Monday night, September 10.
Miss Esther Patterson stopped off for a
dsy to visit with Miss Prudence Tracy on
her way to tha State university, at Colum
After a week's visit to her sister, Mrs.
W. B. Taylor. Mrs. Abble Logan returned
to her homa at Shenandoah, la., on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Crane of Omaha and
Mr. Ira Crane of Brooklyn, la., spent last
Bundsy evening here, guests of Miss Pru
Mrs. Mattox has been HI for the past two
weeks snd her death Is expected at any
time. Relatives are hero from Iowa, Art-
sons and Oklahoma. '
Mrs. Thompson and daughter, Dr. Anna
Thompson of Crelghton, who have been
here the past week visiting M. B. Thomp
son, left for their home Thursday.
The socialists had a speaker on tbe
streets of Florence on Tuesday night, but
his audience was small, probably on ac
count of an lea cream social In tha city
Mrs. B. EL Crouch epent several days her
visiting her husband, who bas charge of tha
railway station. She Is staying at Dakota
city until Mr. croucn gets permanently
Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Wallace have left for
their home at Free port. III. Mr. Wallace
haa been here for a week vlaltlng the fam
ily of Mrs. Sarah Tracy, and Mrs. Wallace
and children for tha past month.
Court of Honor lodge No. 350 gave a social
dance last Saturday night with a good at
tendance. Mrs. W. K. Hollet of the Home
bakcrv donated a Cake, which was sold at
auction by votes, an Omaha woman taking
tne cake at 3t.
A new encampment of the Independent
Order Odd Fellows Is soon to be organised
In this district, which Is composed of the
subordinate lodges of the Independent Order
Odd Fellows at Benson, . Twenty-second
snd Cuming. Boutn Omaha, and Florence.
A large list of the. members from Florence
longs nave put tneir names oown as cnar-
There Is a movement on foot to preserve
the bluffs along the river road from ths
water works up around the county road to
the center or J. f. Brown s place. Dr.
G I fiord of Omaha took ths matter up with
the nark board of Florence and they will
do their part aa far aa the city of Florence
la concerned. The rest from the north cltv
limits up around the river will have to be
taken care or oy tne county commissioners.
Dr. Clifford's Idea Is to leave a atrlD of tha
bluffs just to the top of tha hill, cutting
out the undergrowth and permitting tha
trees to stand.
The Pleasant Hour club gave an Ice
cream and entertainment at the city park
Tuesday riant. There was a program of
mualo and speaking. A country atore was
one of the features. Miss Maggie Franklin
was head salesman. The goods consisted
of donations from Omaha grocers and
Florence stores. The Florence Canning
company donated some gooos. wnicn sold
at a good price on account of It being the
first pack of the factory. The net proceeds
go to St. Phillip s Neri . cnurcn. The
Omaha Electric Light company furnished
two aro lights free.
Mrs. Hull of Vllllsca, la., Is a guest of
her son. Dr. Hall.
Miss Margaret Fedda spent a couple of
days visiting in Benson. -
Services will be held In all the churches
today at the usual hours. k
Mlsnes May and Llna Degan spent last
Sunday In Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Hovt leaves Monday for Boston,
where she will spend the winter for her
Mrs. MacPherson haa opened a new stock
Of millinery goods for the rail.
A. son wm born to Mr.-and -Mrs. O. B.
Bnnwden Monday, September- 8.
Mr. and Mr. J. N. Hortort have taken
poasesalon of their . new residence.
A number of the young people of Benson
picnicked at Manawa last Monday.
Joseph McGulre Is putting In the winter
supply of coal for the Benson schools.
Miss A. E. Stlger returned Tuesdsy even
ing from a few days spent In Plattsmouth.
Mr. Lancaster of Omaha will soon estab
lish a photograph studio on Weir avenue lit
Mr. and Mr. Dean Smock leave Monday
for Chicago, where they will spend a
The first annual celebration of the
Eagles' lodge was held Friday evening and
was largely attended.
Monday evening ths Independent Order
of Odd Frl lows' lodge will Lave a special
A plessant tlms was enjoyed at the Pres
byterian Aid lunch at the home of Mrs.
james vtaivn last inursaay afternoon.
Mrs. Roshone pleasantly entertained the
B. L B. ciud isst inursaay atternoon. Re
freshments wero served.
Tha Fraternal Union lodge held Its reg
ular meeting last week. Degrees were con
ferred on six candidates.
E. A. Seelemlre has. taken possession of
the Hackman blscksmlth shop, which he
purchased a snort time ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lyck attended the
wedding of the latter's brother, Lawrence
Jeaeen or Oinana, on Tuesday.
Rev. Mr. Leldy will preach hla last ser
mon Sunday at the M. E. church before
going to Central City to attend conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chllds entertained
during ths week Mrs. Ruffner of Omsha
and Miss Rutn Anderson of Council
The boys' gymnastic class held a bust
neas meeting at the town ball last week
when plans were made for tne fall's term
On account of III health James Peterson
hss returned from Seattle, Wash., where
he went two months ago, Intending to slay
A social dance was given In the Odd Fel
lows hall Saturday evening aa a farewell
to Messrs. V iliiam snd Henry Hackman
who leave soon tor tne west.
Mr. and Mrs. Gravert. Mr. and Mrs.
N yant, Mr. and Mis. Zeilers. Mrs. Georgs
Newkirk, Sophia and Will . Hackman and
Arthur wyant attended me slats fair a
Lincoln last ween.
Benson public schools opened last Tues
day witn an attendance or jo, and Prof,
Bueedie. Alice Culbertson. Francis Bell
Miss Williams, Bessie Hatfield, . Minnie
Keilog. cassia lamuoeu, Mary Mcisamara,
Bea iioftman and Miss Lavln as Insiruc
torn and Mla tousan V Uratf, musical In
sti-uctor. During the week an additional
room was added, with, Miss Plllsbury of
Lincoln aa icacner.
Ths aoclal event of the week was a rum
mage social at t:a home of Mrs. Hoffman
unorr the auspices of the women of li.s
Methodist onurch. packages for a rum
mass sdie was the admittance fee. Light
rslieehuiants wars served during the even
ing. Misses Morgan and Butier, 'Frank
Keller. Urn. Congdon, Mra. Seabrooks and
ths Lindell orchestra furnished muslo for
tha evening. Thos winning prises in tha
contests were Lena Washburn, William
Tlndull. Mra Grove and Mre. W ulff. .
Miss Ada Oants has been staying with
Mra oeorg oiaaeiy lor in paai ten aas,
Miss Manila Hlokman roturnad from ber
two week' visit at uncoiii ou Baturday
LU I Miss Martha Favsrty celebrated
hr aixth birthday with som of hr Hill
irienas on inursaay.
Mr. and Mra. li. Shandy entertained tliclr
son i nomas ana wire at tbir horn on th
neignia on iauor uay.
Mr. Traber and wlf have had . thel
mother as gut sine July, Sh leaves
soon lor ner numi m tiom. is. i .
- Mr. and Mra L. Carlson ars entertaining
thalr son, Louis, wlf snd daughter, buna,
from Harlan, la., sine Wednesday.
Mrs. Theodore Smith la preparing to ao
oonipany ber mother! Mra Furnian, to ttiolr
former honk at Brrtraiid, Nb.. next wek.
Rbrt t'avander, mother and sister Ni t
tla. and Mra John Parrutt and sun, Ed
ward, attended tha state fair st Lincoln.
Mrs. Anna Gants-Ryder and littler daugh
ter. HaseL ar expeotad to leave on a
month' visit tu homa folks at Fairfield,
Mr. L. ' Darling assisted Mra Charles
Towaasnd in getting settled in their new
home la Dr. Clark s naw flat an Park
avanu on Wednesday. -
SL M. Hndraon la hanging paper Lb.
days for Mr. Anderson in North Omaha,
lie also has quits a isrge contract tor
South Omaha in the near future,
Mra F. Bonewlts Is preparing for bar St n
Rose o to mske his seeond business) tr'p
to ths west In the Interests of the Union
psrlflc's n-w extensions In Wyoming.
Mr. and Mra Genre Rlakelr were made
happy on Wednesday morning. August ZK
by the arrival of a sweet little daughter
t their horns In East Amiuer.
tteal'a Srhnnl was rwonnd Tuesday With
ell nf the old teachers In place, except Miss
Martha Lrumpacner, wno goes to nancroii
school Miss McAllister tskes her placet
Miss White Is added to the list
Mrs. John Blake ! busy these days as
sisting her ds lighter. Elsie, Mra. A. M.
ttleson and family, in preparing ir nr
trip to Oregon. They will start next Bat
unlay and Intend to reside In Oregon In
The Oants. Bayer. Getty and Aughls
families attended the Old Settlers' nlcnio st
Ha.iacom park. Thursday, they being resi
dents here all th way from twenty-seven
to forty-seven yes re. .
Mr. snd Mrs. J. E. Aughl returned Friday
from Wstsrloo, where they camped out
four days at the Douglas county Boidier
reunion. Mrs. Aughle wss much shocked
on arriving home to hear of the death of
Mrs. R. M. Henderson wss the guest tf
her dauahter. Mrs. Nelson Pratt, on Thura
dsy. She la rrsuch concerned ovar th severe
Illness Or ner aaugniers nusoana. jnnn
Emery of New Jersey, Who la suffering
from tuberculosis and haa been ordered to
Mrs. Long and daughter, Gertba, and
friends Miss Gertrude Roeaslg and Roy
Cunningham, and also Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Aughle, attended the entertainment given
at Lefler Memorial church. South Omaha.
Thursday evening and report a splendid
time and a good program.
Rev. W. D. Stambaugh expects to preach
his farewell sermon today at the South
western Methodist Episcopal church before
going to conference at Central City. Rev.
tambsugh ha endeared himself to tbe
peopla here ahd much regret Is expressed
that he Is to be removed.
The Ladles' Aid society met at the boe
pltabl homa of Mrs. R. M. Henderson, the
president, Wednesday and completed a
Urn atiilt for Mrs. Beard. An elaborate
dinner was provided by the hostess, as
sisted by her committee, Mrs. Faverty,
Mrs. Bonewlta. Mrs. Bhandy and others.
There wero twenty preaent. Procds. Ka.
Rev. W. D. Stambaugh and wife, Mrs.
Trabor and daughter end Mrs. Bpoerrl
were guests of honor. The next meeting
III be held at tn nome oi
C. Hensman. Tuesday arternoon, oeptem
ber 3D, to do general sewing.
Mrs. F. O. Fans Ik confined to her bed
A son was born on uuesaay i r.
Mrs. George Miller.
R. V. Heaford Is st borne again aner an
extended eastern trip.
Ml. Ella Marshall Is teaching scnooi
this year at Wlsner. Neb.
Miss Alice Marshall Is spending a week
with her sister at Wlsner.
Mrs. Samuel Cotner Is at present visit
ing In Lincoln. Mr. Cotner Is In Texas. .
Mrs. W. B. Howard Is suffering from a
severe affliction of the nerves of her eyes.
William 1-ampe has returned to his
work aa a student at Knox college. Gales
Mrs. Thomas Larson or Nortn yirusin
street has returned from a trip through
Mrs. W. 8. Curtis and daughter. Helen,
returned Monday from a short visit in
Stewart Hunter enters Princeton college
this year. Miss Louisa Hunter win re
turn to Bellevlew. .
Henry and Wlllard Lampe were making
a trip through tne Biaca nun in duuiu
Dakota laat week.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harte returned
during the week . from . their summer
outing in Colorado.
Mrs. W. J Fisher and sons, Ira and
Ralnh of fit. Louts, were guests for a few
days last week of Dundee friends.
M W. Kirkendall has sold his home on
Davenport street snd Is moving to his
new place at Forty-sixth and Chicago
Rev. 8. D. Dutcher and family have
moved from their home on Case street
and will soon take up their residence in
Th Junior Endeavor society of the
Dundee Presbyterian church had a aoclal
on Mondav at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Dow.
Mrs. James Ebersole. formerly of Dun
dee, and now of Chicago, is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. J. H. uumont, and otner
Omaha friends. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Drayer are rejoicing tn
the birth recently of a baby girL Mra
Drayer's mother has returned to her home
In Cleveland. Ohio. .
The Dundee .school opened on Tuesday
with the following teachers: Miss Mc
Kay, principal; Miss McKiroy and miss
Isaacson of Omaha, and Miss Kunkel of
Mr. and Mrs. Garret Demareat of Pater
son. N. J.l enroute home from a' trip to
California and other western points.
were visitors Wednesday evening or Mrs.
Henry C. Van Gleson.
On Mondsy evening the following young
people were sailing at Cut-Oft lane. Mlaa
Benson, Mlas Plndell and Miss Van
Gleson; Mr. Ward Palmer. Mr. Wood,
Mr. Sydney Smith, Mr. Sarat and Dr. It
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Omaha have
moved from Hamilton flats to th resi
dence owned by Mr. Bell on Underwood
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Shafer, who are
at present occupying a part of ths house,
are building a residence on Capitol
On Saturday afternoon, at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. D. L. Johnson, Miss Clara
Thompson of St. Louis was united In
marriage to- Mr. Leonard D. Hartaon alao
of St. Louls. Kev. 1. iv. iiunier per
fnrmnl tha ceremony, which was wit
nessed only by the immediate friends and
relatives of the couple.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary K. Dodds,
who died Monday after a very short Ill
ness, was held Wednesdsy afternoon
from her lat residence, (011 Cuming
street. Eight children of the deceased
were present, her six sons acting as pall
bearers. The remains were placed In a
receiving vault temporarily.
For the beat planned and best appearing
village school building and' grounds of
tha state. Dunde school also took first
prlie In th educational exhibit at th
state fair at Lincoln. The exhibit was
made In the form of photographs of both
xtarlor and interior views mounted on
whits cardboard on black velvet back-ground.-4he
tacks being covered with
white silk and with a black frame with
gold edge presented a moat artistic and
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND AGAIN
Fnlsjao aad Enjoyable Orgraatsatloa
to Play Retara Eagageaaeat
' Tha people of Omaha and vicinity who
heard the Royal Hswaitan band at the
Auditorium In July will b highly pleased
to learn that this unique and . popular or
ganisation will play a return engagement at
the Auditorium beginning Monday, Septam
ber 17, and continuing through the week.
The Royal Hawaiian band alnca leaving
Omaha has filled very successful engage
mente In Kansas City, Bt, Louis, Memphis
snd lioulsvlll. Ky. At Bt. Louis this
band met with such phenomenal success
that It la now filling an engagement of four
weeks, and th people are flocking to hear
them by the thousand. - .
It go without saying that th people
Of Omaha will give this splendid band and
th superb glee club and soloists aooom
panylng th band a very enthusiastic wel
com on their return, while those who
failed to hear them in July will take ad
vantage of th September engagement and
hear som of th sweetest and moat en
tertaining muslo Imaginable.
Popular prices will prevail and th re
served scat eale will begin at tbe Audi
torium on Saturday, September li.
14 W-MtatBg Cake arv4.
In the home of ber pa rants, a Aahwood
plaoa, Summit, Miss Lillian Emma K)ley
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Frederick KUy,
was married raoently to Orion Otis Oak,
son of Mr. and Mra. Lorenao Oakea.
An interesting feature of tbe occasion
was that the brtd out and earvad bar own
wadding caks, and with each pteo she
crvad a piece of wadding oak that haa
been praaervad for twenty-three years from
the wedding feast of tbe bridegroom's
father and mother. Tha oak, which had
been eaalad In a On box, was In a peVfsot
stat of prsaarsatlon aad wma aald to be aa
good aa fresh eaka New Tork Proaa,
AFFAIRS AT SOU III OMAHA
Oeniiderablo Epeonlation aa ta Vimbef af
Sawer Iiipectori ta la Hamad.
MAYOR ANNOUNCES THE LIBRARY BOARD
Carnival tloaee Laat Right with a
ana 11 Atteaaanea aa Premolars
Will Heallae Little If Aap
Since som speculation has been going
on concerning th parties who are to be
appointed by the mayor to Inspect the
construction of the new sewere; and aome
have swelled th number to a dispropor
tionate figure, the mayor yesterday msde
the assertion that so far aa be wae con
cerned he would have Just as few men as
could possibly be used to Insure the safety
of the elty In Ite contracts. - These men
he declared, would have to be men of ta
perlence and hsve ability enough to know
exactly what was required of them. "There
are to ba no fat snaps," declared the
mayor, "nor will anyone b appointed for
personal reason, nor for political favor.
If the man can do the work, that la hi
Library Board Appointments.
Tbe mayor yesterday made known hie
appointments to fill the vacancies of the
Library board. The new members are P. J.
Barrett, J. F. McReynolds and A. P.
Durkee. The mayor has had the matter
under consideration for some time past and
has made Inquirtea among several clrclee
for those who would fill ths office, which
la honorary, willingly and with credit. He
will recommend three ' man, named for
approval at the next meeting of the city
Close af tha Carnival.
Last night closed the carnival week In
South Omaha. Aa compared to the crowds
of last year, this year has shown con
siderable decrease. The largest attendance
this year haa barely passed th 1000 mark,
which was th estimated attendance of
last night. On reason for the decrease
this yesr Is the simultaneous celebration
In Council Bluffs. It Is thought that even
with the smaller attendance the - Ancient
Order of United Workmen will come out
fely, though there will be no great
margin of profit. The crowds laat night
were orderly in the main.
Boath Omaha Home.
J2.8&0 for MS North Second street, 8outh
Omaha, eight rooms; modern, except fur
nace; nice lawn and shade trees; Urge tot;
owner obliged to eell on account of sick
ness; Investigate. . George Co., 1G01
Magle City Goaalp.
Jetter's Gold Tod Beer delivered to all
parts of the city. Teiepnone ino. b.
k. L. Wrenn. manager of the Hlnehey
laundry, is , spending Sunday in Platts
B. E. Wilcox and his wife and daughter.
Arlean. have gone for a visit to Ida
Adah chapter. No. Bi. Order of the East
ern Star, held an Interesting meeting laat
night at Masonic hall.
Lars Nicholson wss sentenced to thirty
days in the county Jail for disorderly con
duct while In a state of Intoxication.
Mia May Lovely la spending a vacation
In llli.il, fMv Gk. mnlha, XA r m
h. juoveiy, nave lately returned irom a
visit of several weeks In Chicago.
Chapter M. P. E. O ! Hill hold the first
meeting of the yesr Saturday arternoon,
September m. at tn noma or Mrs. u. tr.
Copper, 1006 North Twentieth street. A
full attendance Is desired.
The friends of Henry Folander have re
ceived the news of his death at Hudson
Springs. N. M. He died September t. He
leaves two daughters living in Ksnsas City
ana two sons in huh, Mont.
Make offer on the northwest corner of
18th and Missouri Ave.-a nearly new
house, eaat front, and neat.cottaae. aouth
front; two new lota. Room for two more
hnniM Will nil trmm T-l.
$2,760. N. P. Dodge tk Co.;'l7T Farnam St!
A small fire at the Orris fra. Packina- com
pany a piant last nignr yanea out the fir
man, Dut tnere wss little work to do. Ths
fire wss In a small building at the entrano
to the company'a yards. The blaxs waa
extinguished before any considerable dam
aga wag done.
The High School Alumni association will
hold a meeting in the high school building
Thursday evening, September 13. The an
nual election of officers and Initiation of
the class of 'OS will tske place. All pres
ent and prospective members are requested
and uraed to be creaent to anelat In the
ceremonies. The' members of th class of
Ot will meet at 7:30 D. m. Just previous at
PURE FOOD SHOW STILL PRAWS
atarday Atteadanc Largest af the
Week aad Maeh Iaterest
It was the crowning day of the show
thus fsr that marked the close of the
first week of the Omaha Pure Food ex
hibit at the Auditorium yesterdsy. In
point of attendance the preceding days
were far outdistanced, and In the amount
of Interest shown in th exhibits there
also appeared to be a marked Improve
Saturday was children's day and as all
wee tots were allowed to enter free of
charge, and there was no school, th re
sult may well be imagined. All after
noon long string and crowds of wide
eyed youngsters coursed through th
building among the several booths, and
avery tiny hand was filled with all the
samples and souvenirs it could hold.
In the evening shopper made It a point
to visit the show before returning horn
after making the tour of th stores and
It was ststed at the close that never be
fore hav th demonstrators been kept eo
busy. There was not a booth where any.
thing was kept to be examined that did
not have Its share of sincerely curious
people. No booth had an overabundance
of attendants to wait on the crowds.
which overlooked nothing. "
The principal event of Saturday evening
was th awarding of prises for the best
loafi of bread. The conteat closed at
1:10 o'clock, and when the Judges msde
their decision they settled upon a loaf
which had been on exhibition sine Thurs
day, the proud manufacturer of which
being Mre. Anna Griffin. 140 Douglas
street, a colored pastmlstress of the
culinary art. Following her for second
honors came Mre. Fitch, Twentieth and
Bwrdette streets, and third, Mrs. O. M.
Zaffls, 2t South Twelfth street. The
prises were tl. II and 12 in cash, re
spectively. The only condition of the
contest wae that the bread must be mad
of Glllman's Gold Medal flour and to the
layman every loaf In tha long row entered
looked almost too good to eat.
The disposition of the bread after the
judges were through was lefr to a vote of
the visitors, and rssultsd In an over
whelming sentiment in favor 'of the Sal
Tha vaudeville program proved as big
a drawing card and entertainer aa vr.
For th coming week two big number
have been arranged to open tbo second
half of th show period In a conspicuous
manner. On Monday afternoon another
baby show, sa-hlch proved so popular tha
previous week, will be opened at I o'clock,
with prises for tha beat wee bits of hu
manity. For Tuesday evening a new
feature will be Introduced which It Is ex
pected will rouse great interest aad
rivalry. The degree teams of Omaha
camp No. 1Z0. and B. and af. oamp No.
til. Modern Woodmen of America, will
nave a competitive drtlL The former haa
won a number af national prise nag the
contest undoubtedly will be exciting aa
wall aa plsaalng.
DZjLUOMDev-aTeaaer, Is aad Peaoe aa
We Have Spent
$110,000.00 in 15 Weeks
to Advertise Advertising
That we believe in the effectiveness of our own advertis
ing service is evidenced by the fact that we have spent
$110,000.00 of our own money in the last 15 weeks behind our
own copy and campaign to advertise our own business in this
newspaper and hundreds of other good advertising mediums.
THIS Is the last of a series of adver
tisements which we hare placed in
this newspaper and hundreds of
others throughout the country for the
past few weeks.
We are paying $5,000.00 to the news
papers for running this one advertise
ment of our own business that you are
We have spent $70,000.00 this season
in this and other daily papers to tell
you of the Lord & Thomas Advertising
Service. In addition we have spent
$40,000.00 in advertising our own busi
ness in national mediums of general
circulation a total of $ 1 10,000.00.
Now mark this:
Any permanent success In advertising
must be built on an article or service of
The more' merit there Is in what one
has to sell the more advertising it
Justifies and demands.
And because we give superior advertis
ing service we can afford to advertise
it liberally to spend $110,000.00 in IS
The very volume of our business (the
largest of its kind in America) enables
us to retain more $5,000, $10,000 and
ECHOES OF THE ANTE ROOM
A special meeting; of Tangier Temple,
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, will be held
Wednesday night to maka arrangements for
a special train to Dea Moines on the occa
sion ot the dedication of the new Masonic
temple at Pes MoineS later in the month.
Za-Qa-ZIg temple of Des Moines Is making
arrangements for one of the biggest gath
erings of Shriners In the west for tills
event. In addition to the dedication of the
building a ceremonial session will be held
at which many candidates will psss over
the sands of the desert.
It is expected Nebraska will send st
lsast HO wearers of ths fes and tiger clawa
to the Iowa meeting, the party being made
up principally of Omaha, LJncoln and Fre
mont Shriners. while a number of people
from Council Bluffs snd other western
Iowa points will Join the train enroute. j
Medera Waodnaea af Amerlea.
Beech camp No. 1464 met last Friday
evening at Gaglea' hall with a good attend
ance. One application waa voted upon and
accepted. The team held Its monthly drill
and inspection. Forester Shields won the
lift cssh prise for drill and Forester Walker
the first prlie for Inspection.
Kalnbte af the Maeeabees.
Omaha tent No. 75 traneaoted consider
able bualness st last Thursday's meeting.
An Interesting feature was the report of
the "hat committee and the "booster com
mittee." The "hat committee" has ar
ranged to give sway free to each member
each month a $5 hat, tbe conditions being
made known only upon visiting tha reg
ular reviewa of the tent.
The booster1 committee has arranged for
an entertainment for Thursday evening,
September IS. tn honor of the visit of
State Commander Thomas. The meeting
will be an open one.
Sir Knights Shamp and Allen were pres
ent at the meeting and invited Omaha
tent to attend an entertainment to be given
by Washington tent No. 67 In the near
Tribe af Bea Har.
Omaha court No. 110 now meeta in Pat
terson hall. Seventeenth and Farnam
atresia. The drill team will be reorganised
next Tuesday night and It is desired that
all members sttend. Plans will bs de
vised for a contest to increase the mem
bership during the fall snd winter months.
Special prises will be offered. The new
address o the scribe of Omsha court 1
UiO Burdette etrset; 'phone Harney (41.
' Frateraal lalea af Asneriea.
Mondamin lodge No. Ill gave a progres
sive high five and dance party Monday
evening which waa largely attended. Ths
first prise for women was awarded to
Mrs. Ida Tlmms, ths second to Lucy K.
Ferries and tha men'a prises to Jacob
Harper and J. Flanders. All members
who are Interested In team work are re-
aueated to be present at ths meeting Mon
ey evening. A new drill team Is to be
elected that evening.
Ladles af tha Graa4 Araay.
The regular meeting of Garfield Circle
No. 11. Monday evening at Red Men's hall.
Continents! block. Fifteenth and Douglas
streets, important matters will com up
for consideration and all members are
urged to be preaent.
At the meeting of the National Fraternal
congress last year. October tl was desig
nated as "Fraternity Day," snd sil of the
societies were urged to arrange annually
for Ita observance. The local fraternal so-
cintiaa of Omaha ar contemplating a ttn
oral observance of th day with a specially
Ths onoe prevalent Idea that there wss a
greater risk in carrying Insurance en
women than on men la no longer given
credence. A woman accepted la lust as
good a risk as a man. Ths splendid record
of ths Royal Neighbors of America prove
Rsgsrdless of the epathy that usually
prevails In fraternal circles during ths
summer season nearly every fraternity re
ports an Increase of membership during
The heated term and all are awakening to
the determination of a vigorous campaign
during the fall and winter.
A homestead of the Brotherhood of
American Yeomen, with one hundred mem
bers, was Instituted Friday night by O. R.
Chesnut of Lincoln, stats deputy. This Is
a fraternal Insurance order and takes In
both men and women.
OU Mra. Mulllns wa pretty Hon. but
rather paraimoaloua. She attended ehurcb
regularly, but what she put late th col
lection piate waa hardly worth mentioning.
One Sunday at dinner, after the old woman
bad returned with her email grandson
from tbe ironing aerrlea, ber daugtiter
asked tha natural Question. "Poos, said
Grandma Mulllns, smphatlaaily, "might
pearl" "But. grandma. " aald tha tittle boy,
"what eeuid yo expeot far a eeatr
$20,000-ayear brains for the prepara
tion of advertising campaigns than any
other, three agencies in the country
If you have something to sell which Is
superior to other things In its line. WE
want to talk to you about advertising.
If you believe in your goods as thorough
ly as we believe in ours we will be glad,
if you say so, to have some of our ablest
men discuss your business problems
It Is costing us $1 10,000.00 to offer you .
our most judicious and enthusiastic co
operation in much more than adver
tising. Has our money been well Invested with
you? Has it Influenced and convinced
you to consider our service?
One of our representatives is in your
city looking after the interests of some
of our present clients every few days.
That is why we are advertising in this
newspaper to you NOW.
A letter, signifying that you will grant
us an interview in your office, will not
obligate you in any way.
Wa are Issuing
which wa aend
Lord 8s. Thomas
NEWSPAPER . MAGAZINE - OUTDOOR
LARGEBTADVESTISINa AGENCY TS AMERICA
AjmuMu'VoMMa Pxwtc&D fob cunrn, 000,000,00
CANDIDATES D0 NOT AGREE
Bepakllraa Legislative Aspirants
Fall ta Reach Decision aad
WU1 Meat Aaala.
Thirteen candidates for the legislature
responded to an Invitation to meet In
Court Room No. 4 at - the court house
yesterday afternoon and discuss plana for
th making of a legislative slate by
eliminating all but nine of tbe forty-three
republicans who want to go to the lower
After a fruitless discussion the meeting
adjourned until Tuesdsy evening at 7:10
o'clock, when it will reconvene at the same
James Walsh wss chosen chairman and
A. R. Harvey, secretary- The attendance
being small and aome of those 1 present
being opposed to the object of the meeting,
John O. Telser moved to sdjourn. J. L.
Kaley offered a motion that the Fontanelle
and the so-called machine factions of ths
party each be Invited to appoint four mem
bers of a committee and the eight to
designate the ninth member, this committee
to bs empowered to select the nine candi
dates for the house and all others be askeO-
to get out of ths wsy. Mr. Yelser Immedi
ately called attention to the fact a motion
to adjourn had already been made. The
point wsa well taken and the motion to
INDIA AND CEYLON
la tha moat perfect taa frown. Nature provldea tha proper climate
and soil, the plantera prepare it in tbe moat approved manner and Tetley
blend and pack it. EnougH aald.
McCORD-BEADY CO., Wholesale Agents, Omaha.
Prepare for the fall and winter
by obtaining the nse of an office in
.Where one may be comfortable during the cold, .
rainy days of fall and extreme cold days of winter, .
, . . . . . ..
We have a very desirable snite of rooms on the sixth flooi
facing Farnam and Seventeenth streets; there is a vault and -plenty
of light -$75.00T
, Take your pick among these: Booms 607, 509 and 520'
for $15.00. .
Room 546 has 287 square feet of floor space, a vault and good '
east light. We can rent you this for $28.00.
-. " . . . . ,-
This is the finest office building In tbe city. Everything
convenient, with heat, electric light and janitor service.
Tbe Bee Building Co.
Sec R. IV. Biker, Sipt
a aerie of amatl books (cloth
advertising in all ita phasee,
free to interested advertisere.
adjourn carried with Mr. Kaley and Harry
B. Zimman voting against It.
BIG BALL00NAT KRUG PARK
Moaster Will Be Beat la Thla After
aeoa for Seconal Time la
' ' Hlstery.
The big new balloon, ninety feet high,
with a carrying capacity ot 00 pounds,
will go up at Krug park today for the see-;
ond time. The first ascension, one week
ago, wss a beautiful one.. An effort will b
made today, weather permitting, to send U-
up to a-higher point than ha ever, been
reached from thla city.
Vane and De Clalrvilie, peerlea aeriellta, '
will return to the park for today and to-""'
morrow and will gtve' an entire change of .
The final closing of ths park depend on
th westher. No date has yet been Axed
, Uratefal t'kssft.
"Don't you Want to borrow my lawn
mower?" asked Mr. Goodman, addressing
ths man that had just moved into tha
house next door.
"Why. yes, thank you," answered the
new neighbor, with alacrity.
"Well, you're an Improvement on' the '
man who lived there before you, anyhow,"
raid Mr. Goodman, lifting the machine ever
the baokyard fence. "I always hsd to
mow his lswn myself." Chicago Tribune.
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