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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1912)
ECHOES OP THE ME-ROOM
Odd Fellows Lodge Will Celebrate
luuTemrr lext Friday.
' OLDEST KESCBEB. WILL ATTEND
: M Armr aaa WimiI Re
lief Ceraw Betertatsra br lira.
Oeoss; B. Mr-WndMi
Oman teds. Ke. X, Independent Order
; of Odd reHows will celebrate th ftftv
stats inlramrx ef Ita iastttuttoa next
rr:y evenln-. Thla kxlse m tnstl-
twea on msorasiy L ISM. and Is the
oldest fraternal ersanlxatios la Nebraska.
The eldest Urine aietneer of th lode
I ' Captsla T. Spoor no realdtos la St
! Leids, but who at Tlsltta- la Omaha, thla
' waek. Ha will take part la th program
as will Martin Dunham whe ws Initiated
Into thla lodge fifty-ens year ass.
. Hosier Durbtn returned laat weak ts
his home la Anderson, Ind. H spent five
I weks la Omaha rUltlng friends aad re-
Canton Kttar No. It, gave a successful
. hard times social aad daac laat Thurs
1 day evening as Odd Fallows hall. South
. Omaha. .
Omaha lodge No. t will have ork la the
, irdUaterr dear next Friday anoint.
The Home Board reports that there are
; now nineteen guests la the home at York.
The heating; plant m (Ivan a severe
trial daring th recent coM weather, but
the bulkUng was kept at an even tsm
' perature without any trouble.
, Julius Wth. woe has seen alek tor eev
! era! weeks. Is slowly Inpnvtng.
t The new assign for veteran buttona ap-
proved by the BU aesaloa at taw ov
i ereiga grand lodge can now be procured
if rem the grant secretaries sf the state
, W. O. Torrey apeat th latter part sf
i last week Inspecting oaatons la the east
' era part of the state,
Vetera aa Baler A.rartr.
' V. a Grant Poet andV Women's Relief
Corps wars entertained br Jars. Oearg
i B. Eddy at bar heme, ill swath Twenty
' fifth aretraey Wednesday evening. Th
hostess, aaaldted by her husband and son,
; Kdgar, were Us Ufa sf the entertainment.
; The rooms were decorated with eream
i roses aad Old tJlory. To Young aten'i
1 Cbnatlaa association quartette sang
: "Tasting on the Old Camp O round," -jun
Before th Battle Mother," and "Uncle
Bam," the planiit being Mrs. Havarly
Alien. The Relief Corps furnished a bos
upper for the comrades aad frtaods, cof
fee being served by the huatese.
Comrade Taa Hnssn presented Mrs.
Eddy with a lovely bouquet as a gift
from U. 8. Orant Poet,
Toe following were present!
II. Wilcox. M. Mors,
A. Hough, N. Neeler,
B. Davie. A. Edwards,
A. Loechnsr, M. Bweesy.
I Bromwell, 1 Tlohnor,
A. Dempeter, M. Harrlngtea,
' J. Stearns. H. Palmer.
H. B. Miller, a Howard,
V. Guild, J. Bryant.
K. Kastmaa, U Lundergreaj
A. Sayre, S. Tempi eton.
O. Tolllver. ,
Major Wilcox. J. Allen.
J. Dempeter, O, Tolllver,
II. Russell, it. Q. Miller,
1. M. Havarly, W. Davis,
C. Van Huaen, O. Guild,
Q. TUedon. M. Morse,
J. Stearns. J. lAiadergren,
It. e. Miller, S. Terosletoa.
A. Loechner, J. Allen.
O. Murphy. , Hi. Otlbert.
H. Bromwell. J. Oameren.
Welma Palmer. Cora Stearns,
Minnie Howard, Martha Bryant.
Baal B'rttha WHI Daaee.
William McKlnley lodge No. in. Inde
pendent Order B'nal B'rlth. wlU glvs 1U
thirteenth annual dance at Chambers'
dancing academy Tuesday evening. It Is
the Intention of the coaunttte barring thla
dance la charge to make tt a gathering
of all the B'nal B'rttha. their families
and friends la Omaha, South Omaha
aad Council Bluff a The committee Is
composed of 8. Dansky. k PI elan, C. C.
Kalelman. Dr. M. L Oerdoa and A. Rlpa
Frateraal talon Installs,
Banaer lodge No. 11, Fraternal Union
of America, held Its annual Installation
of efficsrs as follows: Fraternal Maasjsr,
A. LangTeldt; liutiee, Msllis P. Taa Horn,
secretary. J. B. Mason: treasurer, Cera
M. Wegener; Mercy. C. Curtis, Truth,
Mranls Langfeklt; guard. Barry Downs,
guide, Arthur C. Van Horn. Brother Rob
ert Moftett wss the Installing officer. Th
nesting closed with dinner and refresh
ments, Katevtal reetpewea.
On acosuat s laok of time far proper
rehearsal by the Dramatic club of Alpha
camp No I. Woodmen of the World, for
Ita entertainment. January H, the enter
tainment oommlttee has postponed the
entire progress and will give a daaee la
stad oa tbe evening of J an aery 11 for
the member? of Alpha camp and their
card Parly and Daeee.
The Fraternal Aid association will give
a card party aad dance Thursday svsnlng
la Berlrnt hall. Nineteenth and Fa roam
An entertslnment was given la boner
of the Eighth B grade la the kindergarten
room of the Park school Thursday at
temoon. The following prog raja waa
given. Friday morning Superlatendant
Oraff spoks to lbs graduating si ass and
th combined upper grades,
Games by th tittle children of th
kindergarten. , . .
Mouth Organ le. Beanie Leaf
blelght-of-aland Trtcee ,
Out Vive "
...Esther Graff aad Aline Gentleman
fhalk Talk Morrla Leaf
Violin Solo. Mr. A. W. Evan
Those present wr:
Helea Kleffner. M. K-ans,
Aline Gentleman. a Wlleon.
Ki'her Graf. S. E. Eveleth.
Kliaabeth Johasoa. j. Reynolde.
Klolee Plans. A. W. ens.
Belle Eummrrs. K. Hungerford.
Dorothy Rohrbouga, Dorothy bolomoa.
' MVssrs. Messrs.
Kdwtn Oreevy. Frd Hennlnger.
itokrrt Klllmer. William Ostenberg,
Paul SamuelMn, louis Swaoeon.
Mack Solomon. John Eldrld.
Melvern Urcaholm." Jaoses Va Verba.
O'BRIEN DONATES SHARES
IN OMAHA AUDITORIUM
The D. J. O'Brien company has donated
2SS enares of stock In the Auditorium
te the dty to be applied oa the pur
chase price should the dty buy. This In
creases the total donations of stock to
,rar saares. IS stockhoiders having
' givea thaU entire boidlags.
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 28. 1912.
Closing Exercises in Eighth Grade Schools
A most remarkable Benjamin Frank'ifl
program was given by th eighth grade
graduating class of the Lothrop school
when anecdotes of the life of Franklin
were given, Tbe boys gave a practical
dsmoastsarjoa with a kits of the way
Franklin discovered electricity, asd the
young women presented eome Istercxlag
tetk dances under the direction of M.ss
Josephine Grant, eighth grade teacher.
"Ufa of Benmmla Franklin."
Heralds Mas Mun5cn.
Mlismay Ofveen. Howard w right,
Thomas Whyta. Everett Pen ion,
lm persona tars
Raymond H trader.
piano Beio Ethel Hobbj
Folk Dances Marguerite Marks,
Presentation of gift to school, John
Presentation of dtptotnas.
Sons Desr old Lothrop Th Class
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LOWER PAkUf GRADUATING CLAM AT LOTHROP St'UOOL.
RAILROAD COALBINS RAIDED
Twenty -Fonr Tonngsten An Tinder
Arrtit for Stealing:.
CASE! WLU BE PmSTTOATIl)
eUef Is that Child re a Are Taagdkt
by Parents te Caser Vast Away
Jreaa sUUseed Tards aad
Twenty-four chOdrea have been arrested
for carrying coal from the Union Pacific
yards aad storehouse. They srs In
cbargs of Juvenile court of fleers, who will
net only attempt to dlsotpUas them, but
wlU tnvsetsrat th causes for such an
sfisrscedented bumher of raids oa th
Mogy Bernstein, probation officer,
thinks that la eome instances ths chil
dren ars Instrtrcted by their parents to
teal ooal. In case this la proven before
the Juvenile court action will be started
against ths parents, er If It I shews
that they are In straitened circumstances
prevision will be mad te sopprf Own
Judge Kennedy of the juvenile court Is
la Louisville attending the national child
labor conference. For this reason no
sees were tried today, about thirty be
ing postponed until next Saturday.
JANAPOULAS IS FINED
FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT
John Janapoulaa was fined SB and easts
Is police jovrt by Judge roster for con
tempt of court. Janapoulaa k alleged t
nave gotten George Dtoneos, en ef but
cosntrynun. out of th city M arses that
he would not appear against kiss.
Janapoulaa at alleged to have assaulted
Dlaeos three week saw. Wcnses filed a
oompealnt against Janaaosias sNargtns
him with assault with latest to km.
Janapoulaa under asm pi sleisis ef ether
got Dlsneos to go to Kansas Chy sad
when th case was areogbt oe la court ft
was continued far a week. Wsea It was
called this morning and ths eoen stain big
witness did not appear City Pnssrutar
Dtektneoa filed a complaint charging
Jaaapoulas with contempt of court and
h waa arraigned lnuaodlataty .
to Be Tried Again
Billy Crutohfiald and Jack BreemfleM. '
th a ogre prociietors c th Midway, are
te b tried again aa th oharg of sailing
liquor In vtokattoa of tbe law. Twlo thslr
ease be bsea aired la seboe eourt and
ha both tosaaaoss the Jen disagreed.
Judge Fester has Cited Frlaay, rebruary
t as ths data f th trial, aad a ths
previous day tne jury will be selected.
Cbuasel for th defence tried t pat the
trial sff for twe weeks, but Judge ros
ier refused ts grant a meek grace.
Haw Kbdj Women
Ckusetht ta the Act
and arrested by Dr. King's Ksw L4fs
Pills, staous headset) quit aad User,
stneneea and bowels act right. Only Me.
Per sal by Beaton Drag c.
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otsaa assy be old at U ss
says strs. Margaret Hotnses Rates,
dub wetnan. "Tsars
don't master. Drda't Ninon de L'Bsrlos
have a aroaeaal at trr
The poath'ef our women la more lasting
kaa R was a generation age, because ws
are beooentag acquainted with aunpls phy-
stologloeJ laws. When th first aging
spipoar wilalilea. baggy rheeks,
sack aad ehta w rsans that the ssass
a loosaalng; of th ants aad seftenlag ef
tbe tissue srdisaiatb. We know the aaasa
tastes d f larinsr os
tbe drugt score for as
sudds ef sasallts aad a half pint of witch
haael. mix them aad bath fas, asoh and
hands la th solution. We know this
tightens th skin, soUdtnee th tissue. In
duos a healthy elroulatlos. We treat
eaua rather rasa effects. Ws us rea
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