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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1013.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
ridellty 8torr Va Oc Dourr. 1SH
Kara Boot Print It Now Deacon
Waning-, by tho hour, by graduate
registered nurse. Tyler 1158.
Good Plumbing- Co., will do It right
and save you money. 'Phone D. 11.
liljhtlnr "Fixture repaired and retln
lihed. Burrress-Granden Co. Douglas (XX.
Tot S3 Per Tear A private safe In
our vault perfect safety for valuables.
Omaha Safe Deposit oo., 1818 Farnam St
Bev. Mr. Williams' Subject Rev. M.
3. Williams of the First Methodist
church -will preach this morning on the
subject "The Choice of Amusements."
Kay Party Tuesday Evening- The
Ceoillan' club will give Its annual May
party at Chamber's academy. Tuesday
evening. May 6.
Pioneers to Meet Thursday The next
meeting of the Douglas County Pioneers
will be held next Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock In the pioneer's room In the
Postpone Sleeting Tho Young Peo
ple's society has postponed Its meeting
from Sunday, May 4, until Sunday, May
U, at 8 o'clock. The regular meeting will
be held at Temple Israel.
WeUesley Club Meets The regular
monthly meeting of the Welleslcy College
club of Omaha was held at the home of
Mrs. James M. Adams, 1034 South Thir
tieth avenue, Saturday afternoon.
Bchroeder Baa Operation Former
Councilman Fred Schroedor, who recently
recovered from an attack of peritonitis,
underwent an operation for appendicitis
at St. Joseph's hospital yesterday. Ills
condition Is considered favorable.
Tornado Special To Tieip those who
are repairing ot rebuilding, we will sup
ply during April and May ready mixed
paints and varnishes at a discount of M
per oent from regular wholesale prices.
E. B. Bruce & Co.
Cemetery to be Enlarged The Bohe
mian Cemetery association has bought
sixteen lots adjotntng the burial ground
at Fifty-fourth and Center streets. The
property was secured from Harrison &
Morton for 12,000.
The State Banx or Omaha pays 4 Pr
cent on Urns deposits, a per cent cn sav
ing accounts. The only bank In Omaha
whose depositors are protected by the
depositors' guarantee fund of the state
of Nebraska. 17th and Harney streets.
Burglars Make Small Rani After an
entrance was gained through a rear
wlnddw of tho Beaton Drug company.
Fifteenth and Farnara streets, Friday
night, burglars relieved the cash register
of an amount of money between ff8 and 10.
&ota for a Playground Two lots south
of Saunders school will be purchased by
the Board of Education for playground
purposes. The board will use the prop
erty for a year under contract and will
then pay for the land, the price being
Poor Belli to the County Milk served
at the county hospital has tested below
tho standard fixed by ordinance for but
terfat teats and Health Commissioner
Connell has sworn out complaints against
the dairyman who has been furnishing
Building for Oemsnt Block Pactory
The erection of a $5,000 building at 911
North Eighteenth street will bo started
soon for the Ideal. Qoment Stone company,
Cement blocks will be manufactured
' there. The-building will be pfertlaUy
constructed, of, them.
Bain, Delays Work Street Commis
sioner Kugel has "temporarily abandoned
work of filling the ditch excavated for
the laying of the Twenty-eighth avenue
water main. The rains put the street
in such condition that neither men nor
teams could work In It.
Sliabata Sues for Divorce Charles A.
Shabata, former assistant street commis
sioner of Omaha, who has been bound
over to the district court by Police
.Magistrate Foster on a charge of wife
abandonment. Is suing Mrs. Rose Shabata
for a divorce, alleging desertion and
cruelty. They were married at Wahoo
Planned for Den is
Kept Dark Secret
t The mysterious guy in the Silk Hat
Harry pictures has nothing on Gus Renze
when It comes to mysticism, according to
"Dad" Weaver, secretary of Ak-Sar-Ben,
and the knights of that order. Gus has
c very o no guessing what sort of show he
is going to stage at the Den this season
and absolutely refuses to divulge his
Anyway, It Is conceded by all that Mutt
and Jeff will outclassed by the per
formance nT the nslrbreath escapes of
Desperate Desmond and Dauntless Dur
ham wilt xt mere Incidents compared with
the initatlon through which members and '
guests will have to go.
The membership Is larger than in any
previous year at this time and "Dad"
Weaver Is confident It will Increase In
proportion. The campaign for new mem
bers Is bringing In applications by the
Opening night will be June 2, when
the Nebraska Editors' association will at
tend. Everett Buckingham, Jack Walters
and a large crowd of South Omaha stock
men will make June 9 a wild west show
at the Den. They will ride to the Den
on horseback as advance guards for the
businessmen, who will attend. Benson
wU attend the show on the night of
June 14. Other dates have not yet been
arranged, but applications for special
nights at the Den are coming from
organizations and towns In the state.
The meeting of the board of directors,
which was to have been held tomorrow
night, has been postponed for a week.
Tlie Yellow Peril
Jaundice tnalarla biliousness, vanish
wnen nr. iung-s New L.ue puis are
taken. Easy, safe, guaranteed, 25c For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
Ready for Any Emergency.
"Are you Mr. LeftwichT"
"That Is my name."
"Your uncle died a few flays ago,
"The doctors declared him dead yes."
. . . vi- iuk no ion ilia en
tire fortune to public Institutions."
-wen, hum acoui iit Are vou n. n.
portsrT If you are, I don't wish to be
-o. my ucdr iciiow, am not a re
porter. I am a lawyer. I thought you
suiftiih c Quiue wiuureaaing to t6
oonc i am an uperi wiiiDreaxer. '
"I don't want any of my uncle's money
Since he preferred to cut me nfr with
out a dollar I am perfectly willing to
work for my living."
"Permit me to hand you my card. In
case they ever wish to try you for lun
acy please remember ma I have kept
a number of crazy people ot asylums."
SCHOOL ANDJOLLEGE WORK
Flans for International Convention
On Sohool Higienc.
ACTIVITIES AT STATE NORMALS
Dehnflnir Contests and Other Lively
Kvrnta nt Xrarby Institutions
Signal Honors for He
braaknna. All tho leading nations, every state In
the union, every college and university of
note In the country, and various other
leading educational, scientific medical
and hygcnlo Institutions and organiza
tions, ns welt as various women's organi
sations, will be represented at the fourth
international congress on school hygiene
In Buffalo, August S&-30. according to a
preliminary statement Just issued by Dr.
Thomas A. Storey of the Collea-e of th
Clly of New York, secretary-general of
The president of tho congress is Charles
W. Eliot, one time president of Harvard
university. The vice presidents arc Dr.
JVllllam H. Welch, the great pathologist
of Johns Hopkins university, foimefly
president of the recent International con
gress on hygiene and demography, and
chairman of the Massachusetts State
Board of Health.
The cltlxens of Buffalo have raised a
fund of J4O.O0O for the entertainment of
UNIVEIISITY OV NEBRASKA.
Arrnngemrnta for Intersoholnstlo
Fete day, the annual occasion for tho
Inter-scholartlo track meet and champion
ship debates of the Nebraska high school
leagues, has been set for Saturday, May
17. At this time all the high schools In
the Nebraska Athletic association may
enter ten men for the high school track
meet, no more than two being allowed
to start In any race. There are about
ten track events scheduled and six or
seven field events, Including the usual
weight and Jumping contests. The de
bates for championship of the state will
be held Saturday momlng of May 17
at 11 o'clock.
The last of the copy for the Cornhusker
has been turned In and the book will be
finished and ready for distribution . the
last of the month. Seventeen hundred
copies will be printed and of this number
1,400 have been ordered.
Tho women of the university demon
strated their ability as 'editors when last
Friday they put out a twenty-page edition
of the Dally Nebraskan. The paper Is
the largest that has appeared since the
foot ball edition of 1911 and through
most of the space was devoted to the
feminine activities there were several
athletic stories written by the girl rcrtbes.
As a new departure one of the sororities
has started to do social and civio work in
the Orthopedic hospital. The girls are
following the custom recently started by
the grand chapter and are to devote part
of their Sunday afternoons to amusing
and teaching the children unable to help
In1 spite of the rain Saturday the
geography class under Prof. Bengton
made their trip to Mil ford Saturday. The
foresters' class will leave for their Mis
souri river' excursion this week.They
will walk from Plattsmouth to Omaha,
studying the out-crops along the river.
Venus W. Pool, A, M.. '03, has been
sent out by the government In charge of
field experiments on the diseases of the
sugar beet In Colorado. Sho 1s the first
woman to be assigned In the department
or agriculture to field work of this
Social Honors to Seniors and De
The Benlor class of Bollevue college will
be entertained at a supper by President
and Mrs. Graham Tuesday evening. This
Is the second affair of the kind for the
seniors who were entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Professor Nlchol some time ago.
The class numbers fourteen members and
graduates In June.
The students winning honors In debate
and oratory during the school year were
entertained Saturday evening by Miss
Bailey, Miss Carter and Mrs. Goodwill
This Includes students of the academy
and high' school who won places in the
academy declamation contests and the
high school debates.
Tho athletes suspended from school last
week for delinquencies In studies and
absences have all been reinstated and
athletic followers are once more looking
forward to the coming intercollegiate con
tests with hope. The absence of two of
the men from the base ball squad played
havoc with the lineup In some of the
practice games held last week.
News has been received that Henry J.
Brandt of the class of 11, has won a very
signal honor in the Ames competition of
the Harvard law school. This competi
tion is considered the largest thing of
Its kind in the university, and it was
founded by James Barr Ames, one of
America's greatest Jurists, who for years
was connected with the Harvard law
school and who set aside the prize money
for the competition which bears his
name. During the present year some
fifty second-year men have competed for
the prizes, which amount to $900; 1.200 for
flrit place and $100 for second. Through
a process of elimination the contestants
of the various law clubs have alt been
eliminated with the exception of those of
two clubs, one of which Mr. Brandt is a
member of and represents in the compe
'Diggers" Day Celebrated with
Tomp and Ceremony.
The college Glee club riae Us heme
concert Wednesday night at '-he Presby
terian church. The program, which was
materially the same as that given by the
club on Its tour, was well received by a
large audience. The Treble Clef club,
composed of eight girls rendered eoveral
selections. Several solos, a reading by
Miss Caps and a comlo band led by Herr
Prof. Oma Mutt gave variety to the
program, which closed with a short
musical play, "The Fortune Hunter."
"Diggers' Day" was celebrated last
Thursday with pomp and ceremony, The
ttudents appeared in the morning ar
rayed In overalls and sunbonnsts and
waged war on the dandelions, the cinder
pile and the athletic track. By noon
the work was done and after a lunch the
May day exercises held sway. After the
grand march and the dance of the maids,
the "Queen" was crowned and presented
the sceptre and foot stool. In honor
of her "Most Gracious Majesty." soma
rar-k and potato races were Indulged in
by her subjects. A cafeteria luncheon
, was served to all and the crowd ad
Journed to the chapel, where the Ger
man club gave a play In that language.
President Crone and the officials of
the college are putting fort hevcry ef
fort and expect to bring the endowment
campaign to a happy termination. Tho
month "of May 'will be dtivoted matnyl
to a canvass, for funds among the friend
of the Institution In the east.
DOAM3 C OIjl.EGE.
Mnalcnl and Sorlnl Activities of the
The seniors have been working hard
the last week getting a rather unlquo
production ready to entettaln their
friends at the annual "Senior Evening,"
Which la to be held Monday night
At the regular meeting of the Con
gregational club of Crete, the Doane
conservatory faculty put on a very In
teresting program. Miss Aksamlt of tho
piano department prefaced the concert
by a paper setting forth the different
characteristics of abstract and repre
sentative music, and then Prof. Dick,
Miss Lindsay and Miss Reed gave num
bers Illustrating the two kinds. The
program was Immensely enjoyed by all.
Last Tuesday evening the Crete
Choral union, made up of singers not
In the college gave a concert at the
conservatory. They have been under the
direction of Mr. C. J. Alter for the past
three months and put on a very credit
Wednesday eventng Mrs. Dr. Hosford
and her husband were "at home" to
the seniors of the college and an -ex
ceedingly jolly time was' had.
The Adelphlan quartet, which had Its
beginning at Doane and was famous over
the entire continent for several years,
gave a concert at the Methodist church
KEARNEY STATE NORMAL.
Student Activities Center Around
Prof. George N. Poster of tho depart
ment of Eng'tpli, accoirpanled the debat
ing tenm on their trip to Peru Thursday.
Messrs. Uuncr Host, Ray Miller and
Raymond l-'lrk debated at Peru F'ldy,
Mny 2. Messrs. D. A lawyer and Earl
Wclllvcr and Miss Mery Kirk debated
with th-.' team from Wayne in tho normol
chapel nt Kearney Friday evening. Hie
questloa under discussion was, "lie
solved, Th.t a minimum wage scale
should be established In all Industries "'
Miss Corn O'Connell, high school critic.
and advisor for the senior class, enter
tained the seniors Saturday evening,
April 26. The young people report a de
lightful evening. Miss O'Connell was
the recipient of a beautiful pendant, the
gift of the class.
Prof. O. W. Ncnle of the department
of arlthmatlo and olvlcs, acted rs Judge
In the state declamatory contest at Hast
Miss Marion Smith of tho department
of art, will attond the Western Drawing
and Manual Training association at Des
Moines, la, May 7, S, and 9.
CHADIIUN -STATE NORMAL.
Brief Mention of tho Week's Hap
The class in western development was
favored with a talk by a pioneer of
Nebraska, L. J. F. Iaegor. He told the
class many interesting things In con
necUon with the state of development
of the country west of Kearney.
A. H. Vlele of Norfolk,, president of
the State normal board, wan a chapel
visitor on Monday, Mr. Vlele brought
greetings from the board and expressed
his interest In the welfare of tho nor
mat at Chodron.
The first social event of the Junior
class occurred Saturday evening. The
class met on the lawn of J. H. White
at 7 o'clock and departed for the hills.
Two hours were spent there in amuse
ments, and then the class returned to
Mr. White's home, where it was enter
talned by Its class sponsor, Miss Paine.
The Junior class met and organized
last week. The election of officers was
as follows: Keith Lenlngton, president;
Ermine Carmean, vice president; Marcla
Lenlngton, secretary; Rex Coffee,
treasurer. The Junior class has cer
talnly class spirit. Plans have already
been made for several social and ath
PERU NORMAL SCHOOL.
Threr-Oornerrd Debating Contest
Between Normal Teams.
Tho normal debates between Kearney,
Wayne and Peru are to occur on Friday
.evening. The Wayne team, which will be
accompanied by Profs. Gregg as coach,
consists of Miss Rena Keith, Elgin;
Ivan Wlnslow.) Beaver City; and Harrt
son Line, Dlller. They are to support
the affirmative of the minimum wage
... TT, W - . ...
.ivov. jiiibii maxey or uniCKiey, a
former student of the normal, was a vlsl
tor here on last Tuesday.
Roy Ralston, a former normalite who
has been at Creighton Medical sohool
during the last year, has come back to
spend the summer.
William K. Fowler of Lincoln, cx-stato
superintendent Is visiting at the normal
in company with Mrs. Fowler and their
Mrs. Ruth Erfman, superintendent of
iTanMin schools, is studying methods
at tne normal.
At a faculty meeting on Thursday
lng a dlsoussion upon the normal's re
sponsibility to the state for its finished
product, was conducted by Profs. Howln
and Whitenac'h. and by the Misses Woods
ana uutn Clark.
Nebraska WlTn Tnl rrrat tr.
Prof. W. Q. Blshon. whn ho. ,.i.
... wuimih mo UL WRPK. H 1ft TO IV a
The Girls Glee club ! fining Am.. .
jiiue npnncs. wymore, liberty and
waeu whs weeK.
The Btudents are enthuslaatla Jwi.tera
on me endowment, over 12,200 has been
pledged among the students this year.
incy iiicmgetvea tailing ins initiative.
The Wlllard Literary society held their
annual May pole festivities Thursday
afternoon on the campus. Miss Nettle
Stelnmeyer was crowned queen of the
A very effective equipment has been
fitted up In the department of physio for
high frequency and X-ray work. Part
of the apparatus has been designed and
built In the aepartment
Next Tuesday has been set apart as
dandelion day on the campus. The
rtudents will contest for the best score a
fighters of tne -yellow pern ' ana a prle
will be given to the class having the
Ijoolc to Yoar Plamblnsr.
You know what happens In a house In
which the plumbing is in poor condition
everybody in tns nouse is liable to con
tract typhoid xtr some other fever. The
digestive organs perform the same func
Uons In the human body as the plumbing
does for the house, and they should be
kept in first class condition all the time.
If you have any trouble with your dt
gestlon take Cbamberlaln'o Tablets and
you are certain to get quick relief. For
caU by all dealrrs. Advertisement
TO GIYE MAYJONG FESTIVAL
University of Omaha Arranges Moit
SELECTIONS ARE EXCELLENT
Will Tie Mnrtr of Vacnt Solos, with
Music by Fitmnna Mnalelana
and Worrta by Modern
A May festival of song will be given
at tho University of Omaha Thursday
evening. The program has been nrronfed
by Mrs. Howard Kennedy and will be
held In the John Jacobs gymnasium. It
consists of a song cycle for four solo
voices entitled, 'The Morntnk uf the
Ycnr,"1 with muslo by Wakefield and
words by modern poets.
There will also be selections from
Cadman, Hawley, Ronald, Brahms, Ed
win Schneider and Mary Turner Salter,
The soloists will be Miss Edith
Foley, soprano; Miss Ruth Qanson, con
tralto; George Johnston, tenor, and
George Mclntyre, baritone.
Mrs. Howard Kennedy, who Is In charge
of the musicale will preside nt the piano.
The song cycle, around which the pro
gram, nn a whole, gathers Includes tho
following solo, recitative and quartet
MARCH A"ND APRIL.
Quartet "Spirit of Spring.
Solo bass, "I Martlus Am."
Invocation (soprano), "Spirit, Arise."
Solo (alto), "My Tears Are Falling."
Recitative (tenor). "Sweet Lasnrord.
Solo (tenor). "All the World Is Spring
Quartet "I Hear the Whispering Voice
"April Is Here."
Recitative (tenor). "Agtiln the Sun Is
Solo and Duet (soprano and tonor),
'Alas That My Heart Is a Lute."
Recitative (alto). "The Softly Warbled
Solo (bass). "The Brooklet Came From
Quartet. "I Saw the Bud-Crowned
Snrlns Go Forth."
solo (alto). "The Moon uehind tho Cot
Recitative (tenor). "Ltook Forth. Be
Serenado (tenor), I cannot sing to
Thoe as I Would Sing."
Quartet. "O Snlrlt of the Snrlnir. De
A large number or prominent umaha
cltlxens are acting ns patrons. The list
Messrs. and Mcsdames
A. T. Austin C. T. Kountte
M. T. Barlow Luther Kountzo
Joseph Barker G. W. Kelly
w. F. Baxter Alfred Kennedy
C. C. Belden J. L. Lord
W. 11. Bucholx G. W. Loomls
F. A. Brogan A A. Lamoreaux
Ralph Breckenrldge J. L. McCngue
C. I). Brown Mrs. M. O. Maul
A. W. Bowman B. F. Marshall
W, E. Bexten J. A. Monroe
Beer acted unon
disagreeable so-called 'fight taste,' and also a repul
sive skunk-like odor. Beer so affected is offensive
to the palate of most consumers. Beer should not
be exposed to light, especially to direct sunlight, as
it will thereby be detrimentally affected; the light
having an influence upon the albuminoids in beer,
causes the beer to become hazy." v
Extract from the "The Beer Bottleri' Hmdy Book," publiihed by the Wkhl-Henlu
Institute of Fermentology.
The Brown Bottle is not a fad. Its use by Schlitz
is based on scientific principles.
The first Schlitz was brewed in a hut, over 6ixty
years ago. Now our agencies dot the earth. Our
output exceeds a million barrels a year.
Why don't you make Schlitz your regular beer? It pure beer.
Pboneal Doug. 1S971 Ind.
Bchllti nottled Beer Depot
Ts3 8. Mb Street, Omaha, Nebr
By. Oerber, 101 H. Main 8U
That Made Milwaukee Famous
A. L. Mdhler
R. K McKelvey
F. L. McCoy
O. W. Noble
H. B. Newbrancli
1). J. O'Brien
F. K. Pearca
G. H. Payno . ,
C. It. Pickens
M B. Copcland
G. W. Claybaugh
B. 1). Davis
J. C. Dahlmnn
W. 11. Klflrldge
John F. Flack
T. A. Fry
O. W. Ryan
T. L. Rlngwalt
8. A. Searle
C. R. Sherman
J. A, Sunderland
J. F. Stroud
J. 15. Summers
A. B, Somera
J. W. Towle
G. W. Tllden
H. N. Yates
J. C. Wharton
F. II. Fltzeerald
C. C, George
O. E. Gllmnre
K. V. Graff
C. A. Hull
R. C. Hoyt
F. C. Holtlnger
R. R. HotllMer
F, W, Judoon
A. F, Jonns
O. A. Joalyn
J L. Kennedy
Dr. W. O. Bridges Dr. D..C. Bryant
J. H. Millard
The musicale Is given under the
nusplccs of the University of Omaha. "It
will graduate a class of eleven young
men and women In June, nil of whom,
with one exception, are graduates of the
Omaha High school, the seven younng
women In the class, six have been special
ising in work Intended to prepare them
for teaching In tho public schools.
Whereas the University of Omaha has
been recently authorized by the state
department of education to grant first
grade state teachers' certificates, these
six young women, each are to re
ceive, along with their college diplomas,
first grado teachers certificates, They
have all been ottered positions, both
In and out of the city, evidencing the
(net that tho university Is rendering a
real and valuable service, not only to the
young people, who receive Its instruction,
but also to the publlo schools of the
state. It puts all the advantages of a
brond, thorough college training within
a 6-cent street car fare of every boy and
girl within the city of Omaha and Its
There are many odd lighthouses
thrniisiinut Dm wnrld. hut an far na Is
known tho only Inland "lighthouse." It
so It may be called, Is that situated far
out in tno Arizona nesert.
This "lighthouse." ns It Is called, marks
the spot where a well supplies fresh water
to travelers, this is saia to oe me omy
spot where water may be had for forty
five miles to the east and for nt least
thirty miles to the west.
The "llghthpusn" consists merely of a
tall cottonwood pole, to the top ot which
tncre is hoisted every mgnt. a lantern, ine
light of which may be seen for miles
across the desert In every direction. The
water, sweet and cold, Is raised In a large
bucket made from a barrel. The re
volving drum above Is propelled by a
mule that knows Just how many rounds
It must make before the bucket rises
to the point where It tips Itself Into a
trough. Harper's Weekly.
The Persistent and Judlcl6us Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
bv Unlit soon takes ud the
St that crown or cork
it branded ' ' Schlitz. ' '
V II Cole
M D. t'ameron
I. W Carpenter
ECHOES FROMTHE ANTEROOM
Modern Woodmen Plan Extensive
GRAND LODGE OF KNIGHTS
Arrangement tii lie Mnile for 11 Ik
Blretlnsr of Pythlnna to Take
Plnrn In Omaha Next
Magnolia enmp. Modern Woodmen ot
America, will give n dance for the bene
fit ot Woodmen tornado sufferers at Its
hall, Twenty-fourth and Ames tivjitue,
The committee ts planning on selling
1.000 tickets. Many of the Woodmen
lost almost everything they had tit the
tornado nnd while tho Omaha general
relief committee has given them supplies
and some furniture. It Is the plan of the
Woodmen to assist their members with
The head camp of the Modern Wood
men has sent nut a relief rail to all the
camps In the United States to aid the
Omaha tornado sufferers nnd also the
flood sufferers In the east. Omaha has
been divided Into three divisions and the
local Woodmen have, Committees at work
making personal investigation nnd ap
praising each loss before sending it to
the head camp.
Teddy Relpcn, secretary of the local
committee, received n communication
from Heud Consul A. R. Tnlbot stating
that If there Were any Woodmen In need
ot Immediate aid to wire him nnd
funds would be sent at once. Tho In
vestigating committee tins found that the
Omaha general relief committee has been
so thorough In Us work that there nro
no Woodmen who are In need of Imme
diate help. Many of the Woodmen havo
received aid from their employers and
among the most liberal givers were the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company and the Union Pacldo shopi.
Samuel Manoueo nnd his Marconla ramp
No. L Woodmen ot tho World, will
havo a class ot candidates for Introduc
tion Wednesday evening, assisted by
Captain J as person's degree team and
staff of Dnild camp No. 21.
Fred Klenke and Bchlller camp I aro
working earnestly for their My cam
paign for membership nt their cosy camp
In the German Home.
Captnln C, M. Richards and hta cham
pion degree team of Omaha Seymour
camp are working faithfully for perfec
tion In floor and field maneuvers. They
will bo nt Put-In-Bay, O., to meet alt
comers In June, i
South Omaha Grove No. M, Woodmen
circle, donates the gross receipts of a
dance to be given at Eagle hall on N
street Friday evening, to the cyclone
folks nt Ralston.
Serve this small
bottle at supper,
join your husband
with a glass.
It will refresh and
soothe you both,
is tho ideal boor for homo ubo
nnd ovory family should always
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