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THE OMAHA SUNDAY DEE: MAY 2, 1909.
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SOCIETY' AT COUNTRY CLUB
Formal Opening1 . Saturday. Evening
MUCH BEING DONE FOB CHARITY
Little Folk Will Repeat Mar Part?
and Grawaape Will Give Orgs a
Iteeltal for Bear fit of Child
I wish you were a fairy, who.
uy waving wana could ptiarra away
A score of the years I've labored through,
leaving me 20 or 22,
With all the knowledge I have today.
But l( I could rharm your years away,
Making you 20 or 22,
(Mvlnf you all you have trday.
Women with flattering words to say
Could still keep making a fool of you.
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MONDAY M. W. A. dancing party flt
. Chambers; Mrs. T. L. Davis, Midweek
Brldre club; Mrs. D. C. Bmdford.
Orpheum party; Mrs. Miles Chumlea,
TUESDAY Mrs. Chumlea, card party;
Mrs. J. R. C. Kennedy, dinner party;
Mm. Ktirs, Don't Worry club.
WEDVEKIUT-1. n riles' dav at Country
club; Mra. B. O. Marston, K. K. K. club; I
Mr. Harrv W k ni. Conking club.
THURSDAY Mrs. W. II. Berk, card party;
Mrs. P. p. Kirkendall. Mra. WllUrd B.
Millard, Mrs. Charles F. Manderson, Mra.
Arthur C. Smith, Mrs. C. E. Yoet, Mrs. C.
W, Lyman, Mrs. John A. McShane. Mrs.
Ooorge F. Bldwcll and Miss Jessie Mlltsrd.
On next Frlda yevenlnj the Omaha
Ounrds win entertain-their friends at a
May party to be given at Chambers'. The
hall will be decorated with flags anil
flower.. About too giteats are expected
and it is planned to make the event a
reunion of the members of the company
aa well as the officers of the National
Guards of Nebraska, many of whom wll
be present In full drees uniform. The
cadet officers of the Omaha High School
will also appear In full dress uniform.
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iKfraordiiiarv Sals Of 'Women's Sits
HSdLT FAKNAM ST.
Benaon Kensington club
FRIDAY Omaha Guard
Velepaone Soogleg ML
Cleanses, beautifies and
preserves the teeth and
' purifies the breath
Ujsed by people of
refinement for almost
Half a Century
III1' ' - m."1 - . I " ,
sent from this establishment
possesses individuality not
only In the pattern and tho
make, but Jn the manner of
Its ... sending. The quality
question is at once settled
by our trademark. Catering
as we da to a-conservative
class of custom whose de
mands are exacting,' we
handle the matter of engrav
ing, and sondinif In a yjeag
, Albert Edholrp
" " Jeweler.
Sixteenth at Harney.
r ' a tr
Genuine Hani) Painted
!' The' blending' f eolore Is
perfect. AVe. have Just re
ceived an elegant nAw line
which excJs .anything ever
sLown before In Qnuha.
We will take take pleasure
.in showing joa. tlje.se truth
ful goo do.
C. B. DROVVN CO.
' ' :bh and Fsrnam SU.
party at Chambers academy; junior
Bridge club meeting.
8ATi;RDAY--Week-end dinner and dance
at Country club; party at Chambers' for
young people, for Child Saving Institute;
. Mtfta Edith Carson, ehlna shower and I
The formal opening of the Cpuntry club
took precedence over all affslrs of the
week and a large attendance rewarded tho
work of the house committee. Spring
flowers were used In decoration on some
of the tables and many handsome cos
tumes were worn by the women. About
303 members' of the club and out-of-town
guests were presont for dinner, moet of
them remaining for the dance the latter
ptrt of the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall gave a
I large and enjoyable dinner party In honor
1 of Mr. and Mra. O. W. Wattles, who re-
I . . . . - - TI......I.U fr..m th1r winter home
UI lieu ,iui,un, i' . t ' ------ -
In California. Covers were placed for Mr.
and Mrs. Wattles', Mrs. Leete of Berkeley,
.CaJ, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Brady, Mr. and
Mrs. David Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bcoble,
Gei eral and Mrs. C. F. Manderson, Mr.
and Mrs.' Victor Caldwell, Mrs. C. M. Wll
helm. Mr. H. H. Baidrlge and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moorhead enter
talnifl complimentary to Miss Gertrude
Moorhead and Mr. Harry Tukey. Covers
were pWced for Misees Gertrude Moorhead.
Ethel Tukey, Marion Cor.nell, Ella May
Bron, Ruth Moorhead and Messrs. Harry
Tukey, IClmer Cope, Frank Haakell. Stock
ton Heth, Ross Towl, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Burns, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moorhead.
At another tcble dining together were
Mrs. Lilian Jacobs, Miss Lynn Curtis, Miss
Daisy Doane, Mr. Karl Gannett. Mr, Harr.y
O'Neill, Dr. LeRoy Crunnior, Mr. Arthur
Gulou. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin and
Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Fairfield.
Mr and Mrs. Willerd Hosford and Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Davis dined together.
Mr. (John- Redlck was host at one of the
largest dinner parties. Covers were placed
for Misses Gwendoline White, Helen Davis,
Mary Alice Rogers. Elisabeth Congdon
Louise Peck, -Bess Baum. Gene Cudnhy,
Dorothy Morgan, Messrs. Denlta Rorkalow,
Stanley Ineson, John Madden, Wlllard
Butler, Jack Baum, Richard Bsum, Frank
WUhrlm. John Redlck and Mr. ana Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahoncy entertained
as their guest Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cudahy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McBlisno, Mr. and Mrs.
F. II. Guines and Mr. and Mrs. N. P
! Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Daughcrty had as
th.Jr ueits Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Beeson
and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Greene.
' With Messrs. John and Frederick Daug'.i-
Lerty were Mcgsrs. ponald McWhorter and
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Allison entertained
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Crofoot, Mr. snd Mrs
Joseph Barker, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ken
nedy and Mr. and Mrs. F. A- Mal1
With Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall were Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Doorley and Mr. and Mrs,
Edgar H. Scott.
Dining together were Mr. and Mrs. War-
,n nw-kwell. Madam Blackwell, Miss
Martha Blackwell and Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Whltmore gave one
of the dinner parties and those present
were: Captain and Mrs. William C. Ben
nett and Lieut. Ware.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. P-rozan had as their
Mr and Mra. flnient Chase, MIbs
Stel!a Hamilton snd Mr. Luther Drske
Dining together were Judge and Mrs. W,
A. Hedlrk. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Remlng.
ton. Mrs. Wheeler and Mr. O. C. Redlck.
Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Aycrlgg and Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. French were the gueBts of
Mr. end Mrs. C. C. George. ,
Miss B.ss Moorhead. Mia Mary Gal
braith, Mrs. Martin Crimmin. Miss Burke,
Miss Ssra Burke, Lieut. . Fooks. Lieut.
Short. Lieut. Broun were the dinner
guesia of Mrs. John Burke.
Mrs. Csrl Strsnd entertained the H. H. C,
club Friday evening. Four tables were
placed for the game of high five and prises
were won by Mrs. Strand and Mr. Lloyd
Kllgore. American beauty roses decorated
the rooms and formed a centerpiece for
the table. The next meeting 'will be In
two weeks, with Mrs. Kllgore.
Miss Maude Wilcox entertained the Sans
Soucl club at her home Monday - evening
at cards. The first prise was won by Miss
Jennie Nelson, the second by Miss Ethel
Corey and the consolation went to Miss
Clara Ourtls. Those present were: Misses
Reglna Andreesen, Flora Stemm, Jessie
Corey, Maude Wilcox. Charlotte Peterson,
Etella Olsen, June Corey, Ethel Corey,
Jennie Nelrpn, NelUe Hurst, Clara Curtis.
Mrs. Miles Chumlea gave a May day
luncheon Saturday In honor-of her mother,
Mrs. J. D. Spauldlng of Sioux City, la.
The centerpiece for the table was sn at
tractive May basket and miniature. May
baskets marked the places of the gueets.
Those present were: Mesdames Atkins of
Council Bluffs, Spauldlng of Sioux City,
Lysagt of Cherokee, Thlenhardt of Council
Bluffs. J. D. Spauldlng, E. E. Bryson, H.
N. Wood, John Flack and Chumlea,
Mr. Herbert Johnson entertained at cards
Thursday afternoon for Miss Lesser of Los
Angeles. . The rooms were decorated with
red flowers and red shaded candles. Thosa
present were Mis Lesser, Miss Henrietta
Dahnke, Miss Rolls Rumohr, Miss Stors,
Miss Delia Jacobson, Miss Josephine Rue
man, Miss Stella Beselln, Mlfs Elisabeth
Behrens, Miss Hulda Bush, Mrs. Coleman
Wllkerson, Mrs. Al Seymour, Mrs. Herbert
Steubendorf, Mrs. Frank Howe, Mrs. Her
man Hokanson and Mrs. J, Maurer.
Master Rldgley Morison, Jr., celebrated
his birthday Friday by having a May party
at the home of his parents. Lieutenant and
Mrs.' Morison, at Fort Crook. The little
guests were the children of the garrison.
Games, a Jack Horner pie and refreshments
the lattor part of the afternoon afforded
a pleasant time for the children. The little
guests present were Barendtna and Martha
Gardener, Ruth and Florence Quyer, Martin
Lalar Crlmmlns, Jr., Edwin Crimmlns,
Franklyn and Alexander Dalton, Ambrolse
McMillan and Ridgley Morison.
A delightful May pole dance was given
Friday evening for the children's class at
Chambers' academy and also a program of
fancy dances for the closing party. The
ball room was profusely decorated with
pink blossoms snd foliage, making an ef
fective background for the little dancers.
There were sixteen May poles, to which
were attached streamers of green and pink
ribbons. Each pole, was supported by a
May queen, the following being selected:
Miss Grace O'Brien, Miss Marion Brown,
Miss Martha Greggor, Miss Margaret Mc
Coy Miss Margaret Loo mis, Miss Myrne
Gilchrist. Miss Elisabeth iRyan, Miss Anna
Purdy, Miss Josephine Marple, Miss Edith
Howe, Miss Patricia Van Buren, Miss
Eleanor McCarthy, Miss Alma Krebbs, Mill
Helen Walters, Miss Dorothy Morton and
Miss Vivian Morton. They wore dainty
lingerie dresses and each queen was dis
tinguished by a different color, with a
wreath of flowers to match her costume.
Special dances were given by Little Misses
Mildred House, Addle Fogg, Dorothy Mor
ton, Mercedes Spong, Gladys Prenlca,
Martha Erltton, Brltton sisters. Mamie
Foley, Gretchen Langdon, Slyvla Hoover,
Ruth Thompson, Grace Allison, Marlon
Coad, Helen Frandeen and Isabella Mc
Donald. Two hundred children took part
In the May pole dance and about 400 specta
tors enjoyed this beautiful celebration.
Msy 22 the party will be repeated and a
small admission charged for the benefit of
the Child Saving Institute.
. iir m mm l r wi
MlU.ri k M a . Iir., Wwitl ai.SS.
Hurl l, f kMkUl rrre.
Madame Josephine Le Fevre, .
luea Cfcaetaat kt ffcllm.. r.
So d b Mrm-Dlllea brus Co.. Ue.ton Dnts C
Tti 011 Drus Co., mtrM Drws Co.. Onuhs CUrS
bnis Co., CoubcII BluMs. . ' , .. .
"the National health resort"
HOT SPRINGS, .
.' SOUTH DAKOTA
Approved by Nation and State. Best
Apyrovea oy mauon unu phi,.
ClinAte andy Ve1lcinal t firings
Amiflca. 'ntX'Hf. Uo
tslsnd Btth'Houtf Write lo
The Don't Worry club will be entertained
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
G. W. Kurs.
Captain and Mrs. Joseph Gohn will eni
terialn a tew friends Informally at tea
Sunday afternoon at their quarters at For;
Mis. W. H. Beck will give a card party
Thursday afternoon Ip. honor of her guests,
Mrs. Anthony Wenjert and daughter, Miss
Miss Edith Carson will be hostess at i
china shower Saturday, complimentary 19
Miss Leah Mandelbtrs. whose marriage to
Mr. Hugh Cutler will take place this
Tho members of the K. K. K. club will
give so evening party next Wednesday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mars
ton', the husbands of the members to be
For Miss Elsie Hay don of Boston, Mrs.
D. C. Bradford will give an Orpheum
party Monday evening. Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C. Kennedy will give
a small dinner party
Mrs. Miles Chumlea'' will give a small
luncheon, party Monday for her mother,
Mrs. J. D. Spalding of Sioux City, la.;
Tuesday Mrs. Chumlea will give a card
party of four tables.
Several' more charity affairs Are planned
for the benefit of the Child Suvlng Instl
tiruie fund. - Prominent among these will
be the organ recital given by Mr. Archer
Gltxon of New York City May U at First
llaitisi church. Mr. Gibson Is the organ
ist of the Fifth Avenue Brick church In
New York and Is spending three weeks at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Jos
lyq, where he has given a number of re
citals for them. The patronesses for this
recital, will be, Mrs. R. A. Cudahy, Mrs-
Charles- T. Kountse." Mrs. George 'A. J en-
Mr. B. W. Nash, Mre. O. W. Wattles,
- Come sad lio Gossip.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
George Redlck, Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Willis m L. Shearer have
returned from Wiley, Wyo.
Mr. 'a. W. Clabaugh has returned from
a short stsy In Kansas City.
Mrs. O. C. Williams has been visiting
friends In Indianapolis for the last ton
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Daugherty will leave
Thursday for a three weeks' stsy In Seattle
Rev. F. M. Weeks and family formerly
of Clifton Hill, have taken a house at 3074
Miss Alice Montgomery left Thursdsy
for Dts Moines, la., to visit her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Dietz. who have been
spepi me last weeg in Chicago, re
Mr. F. M. Zanner of Chicago Is spending
Sunday with his mother, 7Mrs. M. A. Zan
ner, at 1716 Dodge street.'
Mrs. Anthony Wengart and daughter,
Miss Carrie of Trenton, N. J., are visiting
Mr. snd Mrs. W. H. Beck.
Mrs. E. T. Best and two sons, Robert and
Howard , of Nellgh, Neb., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Best.
Miss Sarah B. Corbett of Moneton, New
Brunswick, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. R.
E. Wilcox. 1812 Lothrop street, for a few
Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Morlsrlty are enjoy
ing their vacation crutelng along th coast
of Dalmatla. They expect to be In Ham
burg, May 15.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Wearne, who
have been abroad for eight months, are
now In Glasgow, Scotland, and expect to
sail or home April 24 on the Anchor line,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keeline, who have
been visiting In OK' c a go since their trip
abroad, returned this norning and are at
the home cf Mr. and Nrs, A. J. Beslon.
Miss Genevieve BalJwIn, who now lives
tn Chicago, but who was a former resident
of this city, leaves the first of next month
for Europe, where she will remain s.-veial
Captain Gohn, Captain Bunrk'l and Lieu
tenant Nuelson of Fort Crook are spend
ing the week end In Kansas City, where
they attended the West Point alumni re
Mr. Clement Waldron and Mr. Fred W.
Thomas will return today from Lincoln
where they sttended the annual banquet
and dancing party given by the Phi Gam
ma Delta fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Wilcox. 1111
Park avenue, leave this week for Cali
fornia via Kansas City and Grand Can
yon. Arts., to vUlt their daughter, Mri
L. M. Ielselnrlng.
Lieutenant Paul D. Blarkhurn, son of
Thomas W. Blackburn, Is visit ng his par
ents for a few days, etier which hp wl.l
go for a short stay In Seattle before re
turning to his station at San Francisco.
Mrs. H. J. McArthur of Hsntia, Wyo.
who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. R
M. Henton, for two weeks, returned today
to her home. She was accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Naomi, who has been at
tending Our Lady Victoria academy, , but
There is a thoroughly distinctive style type to every garment that bears the
"Elite" label. It is a certificate of good taste and smartness, a guarantee of
superior fabric and workmanship. A passport to the favorable consideration
of women who know fashions demands and adhere strictly to them. These
are the kind of suits that we offer at reduced prices. 2C 2 '2
$25.00 and $30.00 Tailored Suits ?ReaiiGe(ii to $15.00
$35.00 and $40.00 Tailored Suits. Reduced to $25.00
$45.00 and $50.00 Tailored Suits Reduced to $35.00
on account of illness cannot finish the
school year. ...... .
Mrs. C. R. Tyler and Miss Marlon Tyler
of Council Bluffs arrived at Paris, April
18, after a trip through Italy and Swlts
erland. After a month in Paris they will
return home by London and Scotland, ar
riving some time early In June.
Mrs. Leete of Berkeley, Cal., nleee of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W, wattles. Is spending a few
days her.; as their guest and will leave
Sunday evening for New York, where she
will sail Wednesday on the steamer Ma.
estlo for Paris to meet Miss Carolyn Lette,
who has been spending the winter abroad.
Omaha people are going abroad much
earlier this year than usual, most of thorn
leaving In the early spring Instead of thf
middle of summer as formerly. This yesr.
however, the majority go abroad to study
as well as travel, and the middle of July
will find sevrral score icauoni over the
fsce of the enrth. Among those planning to
leave, with tholr steamer dstes, sre:
May 5, on Steamer President Lincoln-
Mrs. H. H. Baidrlge, for Franoe.
May t, on Majerftle Mrg. Leete, for
May 12, on Oceanic Rev. and Mrs. Adolph
Hult. for England; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Trenery and son, for Southampton.
May 15, on Cretls Mr. and Mrs. S.
Leavltt, for Nsples.
May 2X, on Haverford Miss Fawcett, tor
May 22, on Cleveland Mr. end Mrs. O.
Hanson, for Germany.
May 26, on Bohemian Mr. and Mrs. W,
W. Grlgor, for Liverpool.
June 9, on Neeker Mr. J. H. Peters and
Miss Laura Peters, for. Germany.
June 12, on Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. P.
G. Beck and son, for Germany.
June 15, on Potsdam--Dr. A. S. Stokes,
June U, on Blueeker Mrs. Charles Mets,
Miss Gertrude Mets and Miss Elisabeth
Pomy, for Gorniany.
Juno 19, on' Baltic Mr. Samuel Burns; sr.,
June St on Kaiser Wllhelm der Gross
Miss Rhlnehart, Mrs. Wllllsm Koenig and
two children, for Germany.
June C9, on Rotterdam Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Mahor.ey, for Rotterr.sn
July 1", on Athenla Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Patton, for Liverpool.
July li. on Bremen Dr. and Mrs. W. O.
Henry, for Budapest.
July 10. on Princess Irene Mr. and Mra.
C. J. Greene, for Genoa.
July 24. on Amerika. Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Davie, Mlsies Helen, Elisabeth and
Mellon Davis, Mrs. 8. D. Barkslow and
Miss Earka'.ow, Mrs. Warren Rogers and
Miss Rogers, for Oermany.
July SI. on Minnehaha Dr. Lc Roy Crum
mer and Mrs. B. V. Cruinmer, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Kessler, for London.
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and Mrs. Magney are now located at J334
South Thirtieth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Durkee of Minne
apolis, who recently csme to Omaha to
reside have taken the house at 8801 Far
Wrddlasra and Rnsrasremente.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Prlesman announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss Anna
Prlesman, to Richard N. Shales.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Cronomeyer announce
the engsgement of their daughter, Miss
Elsie to Mr. Thomas Camm, the wedding
to taloa , place May 19. .
Money to Drain
Former Act Tailed to Provide Suf
ficient to Complete the Con
Just received a new lot of pattern hats that will go on
sale Tuesday. See them, they are out of the ordinary.
Children's Hats, 50c, $1.00 and $2.00.
F1. M. Schadell.
1522 DougHas St.
BIO MLB OX1 A THOUSAND WATCKXS
for 40 per cent less than regular price. The
watches are men's and ladles' sixes. In
nickel, silver, gold and gold filled, beauti
fully engraved and gold raised ornamented.
Some of them with diamond settings. Come
early and secure a bargain of your "holcost
selection. Remember the name and place.
Brodkey's Jewelry and Loan Go.
Bemember the number, 1401 Songlea Street
Social I bit-t hat.
Little Bet tie Fairfield, daughter of Mr.
and Mis. E. M. Fs'rfleld, who recently
underwent a mastoid operation Is improving.
A daughter was born Monday to Rev. and
Mrs. II. R. Bell of Des Moines, la., Mrs.
Hell Is a daughter tof Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Lieutenant Frank McCune of Fort Crook
who has been senmsly 111 St the Omahs
General hospital, was eb'e to leave Sat
urday. Miss Carolyn Barkalow, who under gent
sn operation for appenclrltls this wek at
the Methodist hospital Is recovering satis
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kooser have pur
chased the former home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Magney, 2947 Davenport street. Mr.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. May I.-(Spclal Tele
gram.) Senator Burkett Introduced In the
senate today a bill to Increase the cost
for draining lands In drainage district No.
1, In Richardson county, Nebraska, from
17 to ttt.'J) per acre for lands of the Sac
and Fox and Iowa Indians. This Improve
ment to the Indian lands was provided for
three years ago by a bill which Senator
Burkett had passed In the senate, under
which provision was made for assessing
the Indian lands located In the district,
and It was then provided that the secre
tary of the interior should pay for this
draJnsge out of the funds of the Sac and
Fox tribe, the Iowa lands to be paid for
by the government. Estimates made at
that time placed the per acre cost at 17.
Investigations made since then have shown.
It is said, that the per acre ooat will
be 9 W, una Senator Burkett's bill Is to
provide that the Indian lands msy pay
their proportionate Increase.
Captain Halsey K, Yates has been de
tailed as professor of military science and
tactics at the Nebraska State university,,
to report September St. 1909. and succeeds
Capttaln John E. Wortlisr.
Lieutenant Colonel John M. Banister and
Majur Harry L. G.lchrlet. medical corps,
are detailed as members of the army re
tiring board at Omaha, vice Colonel Wil
liam Davis, medical corps, and First Lieu
tenant James S, Kennedy, medical reserve
The sctritary cf the Interior has va
cated the withdrawal In connection with
the North P'atte project In Nebraska, un
der the rcc:amation act if June 17, 19u2,
Insofar ss U related to S.&OO acies of land
tn township 0. north range GC, west. In tho
Alliance, Neb., land district, and restored
such Isnds to the public domain; If not
otherwise withdrawn, reserved cr appro
priated, such Isnd tj become subject to
settlement under the public land laws on
and after July 26, 11W6; to entry, filing or
selection after August 25. 1003.
The secretary of the Interior has vacated
the wlindraaal and restored to the puhilc
di main approximately 14,000 acres of lunj
In township 21. north range to, west, tn
me Alliance, Neb., Isnd district, In the
same Irrigation project, the date of settle
meat and entry the same as above.
Postmasters appointed: Nebraska Jami
son, Keya Paha county. Fred Wlsemlller,
vice U. F. Cady. rtsigned; Raven, Brown
county, Gottlieb J. Bleiner, vice John
Raven, resigned; Blockham. Hamilton
county, Jonathan R. Rose, vice I. M. Gross-
FOR MAY BRIDES
Order now of Mawhlnney & Hyan Co., your Invitations, Announcements
or Cards. Careful, high grade work In this line la done by us.
medium; riu:sKXT.s oru hpecialtv
If It conies from Mawhlnney & Ryan Co., If, must be good.
15tln and Douglas Streets.
bans, resigned; West I'nion. Custer county,
Owen A. Montelth. vice Plln L. Metcslf,
resigned. South Dakota Selm, Perkins
county, Dudley L. James, vice C. B. An
H. H. Hendricks is Fined and Sent to
Jail W. W. Sterwer Escapes
PORTLAND, Ore., May 1. Judge Hart
In the United States district court today
Imposed sentence on two of those con
victed In the Oregon Isnd fraud rases. Tie
fixed Hamilton II. Hendricks' punishment
at thirteen months Imprisonment ort Mc
Neill's Island and a fine of '
Wlri'.ock W. Sterwer, president of the
Butte Creek Land, Live Stock and Lumber
company, was sentenced to psy a fine of
12.&0O, which was paid.
Ilimdrh ks was secretary and treasurer of
the ilutte Cret k company. The men were
convicted In connection with tho operations
of the eompsny In unlawfully Inclosing 20
0" sires cf the public domstn In Wheeler
NO MORE BOOZE ON THE Q
Durliagton tale Oat (be l.lqaor vs
Its Train to luuforiu
,' with Laws.
Conforming to the laws of Iowa the Bur
lington and other Omaha-Chicago Hues
have discontinued the sale or use ef in
toxicating liquors on the trains In iewa.
The Burlington has lssu.4 Instructions
to Its trainmen In Nebraska bearing ou
Senate File No. II, whliu Is an act to
prevent the drinking of Intoxicating liquors
In the state tit Nebru' ' j .
Hundred and Twentieth Annirersary
of First Inauguration of Washing-ton
ALEXANDRIA. Va.. May l.-Presldent
Taft yesterday attended In this city a cele
bration of the one hundred and twentieth
anniversary of the first Inauguration of
George Washington and the laying of a
cornerstone in dedication of a park to the
memory of the first president. Vice Pres.
Ident Sherman, Speaker Cannon, Governor
Swan son of Virginia, the commissioners
of the District of Columbia, a large con
gressional party from Washington and dis
tinguished guests from a number of states
sat In the stand with the president as the
notable parade passed In review. Every
branch of the United Slates servloe and
some of the most famous of the military
organizations of the old jjomlnloa were
represented In the array of troops. ,
President Taft made the Jonrney from
Washington and return In an automobile.
On the outskirts of Alexandria he was met
by Governor fcivtanson and a troop of the
Fifteenth United States cavalry as escorts.
During part of the afternoon there were
thowers, but Just before the parade began
the sun broke through the clouds and
shone brilliantly for the remainder of the
day. iTeetdent Taft was not Included
anting til Ouy's spjakers, but he eg
pressed In a few words his appreciation
of Virginia's hospitality. Governor. Swan
son was the orator at the dedication cere
monies. The cornerstone was laid with
full masonlo ceremonies by the Alexaadria
Masonic lodge, ef whlob Oeurge Washing,
ton was the first master.
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