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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: "MAY 18, 3913.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
JOHN A. SANSON, Pres.
WM. L. HOLZMAN, Trcas.
I Knights ot Columbus Will Hold Ini-
tiation in Two Degrees.
10 COMMEMORATE SAILOR DEAD
Woman Itellcf Corps to Celebrate
In Their Memory on , Decoration
Dar 'V Iaurichlnsr a
The Knights of. Columbus will Initiate-
n class ot about forty candidates Into trio
reoond and third degrees of the fraternity
Sunday afternoon. The program for the
day la aa follows :
Candidate assemble at hall, SS6 Dodge
street, at 10 a. m. Mass at St Mary's.
Nineteenth ami Dodge streets, at 10:90 a.
m. Candidates reassemble at Knights of
Columbus club at 1:30 p. m. Conferring
ot second and thtrd degrees at Swedish
auditorium, 1605-11 Chicago street, at 2:30
p. m- sharp, J. A. Leary, master of
ceremonies. Banquet at Henshaw hotel
at 8 p. m.
Wnmaii'i Ilelief Corps.
As a tribute to the naval dead tho
"Woman's Relief corps will launch a
Memorial .day fldWcr ship on tho pond
in Miller park. May 30. About forty men,
both ot present and past enlistment of
the navy, will be In attendance. There
will also be a firing squad for the ritual
service of Garfield circle ot the relief
corps at the exercises to be conducted at
the unknown graves In Forest Lawn
cemetery. Heretofore the flower ship
-was launched' In the river at the foot ot
Douglas street, but In order to enable
more pcoplo to witness the .ceremonies
the change has been made.
Tribe of Oen Ilnr.
Meed, No. 13, Tribe of Hen Hur, will
give an entertainment Thursday evening,
to be known as a Den II ur tea party, at
their hall In the I'axton block, Fifteenth
and Famam streets. There will be games,
cards, dancing and' refreshments.
Pansy camp. No. It, Royal Neighbors of
America, will celebrate -the twenty-first
, anniversary of theiaamji, at Its rooms,
Fifteenth and Doiielaa streets, Thursday
1 The Itoyal Highlanders - will give a
dance at Koglca' hall, ltlOIIamey street,
Wednesday' evening. A short address
session previous to tho dance will be
called at 7:10 p.m.
Ancient Order of United Workmen.
Edward I. Dodder ot Onion IJaclf to
lodge No- 17, Ancient Ordcr'Unlted Work-
' crs men, was. ejected to tha office of grand
I , , . treasurer . at the Hastings granq lodge
session Wednesday. He received the
largest vote cast by the convention for
I any office. '
i i i SIr &4Qt well-known Omaha
i ja justness man, who was at one time state
, hank examjner and has a wide acquaint-
.I,, anc in financial circles. The offlco of
P.. h'.LM... mill .A
......p.. . vw v.. .i vrti, tfc nil afflici tu
Omaha fts.lt will bring 170,000 each month
,tu the Omaha clearances from the bene-
' The general fund, amounting to 175,000,
' xt'J .... ums. . .. u v 11 . u 1 1 . uaiin vouu
VsliV atr.it tt aaflitJiloa i.
I !?! .W. wl'l also be handled at this end
b by Mr, Dodder.
its ' 'AVobmn of "tar World Nate.
tart Schiller camp,. No. 8W. Woodmen, of the
World, will Introduce a ncmber of candl
lv dtci Thursday evening, June 4, at the
i ,art Dr John E. Simpson of Omaha Sey
; li monr camp, No. IS, has sons to visit the
i til -Panama canej.
iit State Manager Edward Walsh is on the
ho n olck list.
Samuel Mancuso of Marconi camp,
! ir- Roadmen of the World, will have an or
UiX chestra as part of tho attraction for their
I ) jneetinga at Twinty.second and Pierce
M ijouth Omaha LCamo. No. 211. will Intro-
V 9ri due a class ot candidates Mar H.
nwc John Konnedy, city manager of tho
ml) Woodmen of the wof Id, requests tho par
1 SnlJ -ties who have, captured the balloon sou.
venlrs to got them to his office, 5
T" Woodmen of the World building, as
promptly as possible. . .
"it C!rk Yd Klankn f Kolilllr
Woodmen ot'tho World, In bobali ot the
i e degree team, presented to Captain Karl
W Jaopbilck an First Sergeant Henry
' Lendwerkamp, beautiful gold Woodmen
I W-IBIlSB BK!ISSSSSESSKMS1
' MM MWl Wl M, J H,
Continuing this most notable event. A big special purchase, of America's best clothes for
men and young men, involving the season's smartest styles, extraordinary opportunity.
Emphatic Proof of Our Superior Value Giving Pewer in Men's
; and Young Men s Clothes Selling
YOU'LL see in this sale a powerful demonstration of how this now store save3 you money. Unsupported claims
mean nothing. , Here's a-sale that will make this store-known far and wide as the value giving headquarters
of tho west. Since the new owners took possession of .the Nebraska Clothing Co., the people of this community
have benefited to ,the extent of thousands of dollars. Our enormous outlet for merchandise enabled us to get into tho
markets this early in the season and secure for you the choicest clothing values ever placed on sale in Omaha.
Unlimited Range for Choice. Most Wanted Styles of the Season.
THIS ENTIRE PURCHASE OF MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS ON SALE IN THREE GREAT LOTS.
Wot lyoung men's and men's, all
wool sulta, made to
Boll at ... .i.
$15 and $18
For young men's and men's hand
$20 and $25
made to sell at.
For young men's and men's high
est grade suits, frsyPb J CJT
made to sell at 3flU PSD
NOTE Uio famous clothes makers represented In this oxtraordla nry sale. L. Adler Bros. Co., Hlckcy-Frecman Co., ItoscnberB Bros.
Co., makers of Fashion clothes aU of Ilochestcr N. Y., and Chas. Kau fmnn & Bros., Chicago, and others of equal calibre all are makers of
strictly all. wool, finest hand tailored clothing. No store anywhere over offered such exceptional values In Hie height of tho season. You
must seo for yourself In order to fully appreciate these goods. Como Monday, no man can afford to ntlss tills great value giving demonstration.
JOHN A SWANSON.ircs.
WM L HOLZMAN.T.cM.,
. SEE OUR
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN
bers of Marconi camp, NbMiv orchestra. IT I. If V
Cedar Wood camp. No. IV-andZlskuvi lift! Jj
Dub camp, No. 116, irtlt hold a Joint class
Introduction In June.
Druid camp, No. 24, danced Thursday
ovenlne, May 15, for tho benefit of tho
members of the camp caught in the tor
Clerk CJuy JTurness of Omaha Seymour
camp, No. IS, Is now located at room
1205, Woodmen, of the World building.
Phone Douglas 1117.
A BIG ENROLLMENT
Students from All Over Enter
Oreighton Summer School.
GLEE CLUB MEMBERS DINED
of the World emblems at tho Oerman
Home Thursday evonlng". '
A. Indelleato. D. Qlordlsno. tni Msiialna
QT. itaMaa and Joseph Jislcaro are mom-
Krnicrnnl Union of America,
Mondamlrt lodgo, No. Ill, Fraternal
Union ot America, expects to transact Im
portant business at Its meeting Monday
evening, and requests all members to be
present. ThK lodge will glvo an "open
meeting" for '.the members and their
friends pn June 2 at Trenxer hall, Twen
ty fourth and Parker' streets.
Nebraska lodge, No, 1, Knights of
Pythias, at Its Tegular meeting Wednes
day, Msjttwlil, rcccio a final report on
the grand 'lodgo seiilldn that was held oh
May 19 arid 14, and '.the unveiling of tho
CraKo monument. ,
SjiHaha loW No, 1 pyal Achatrt, Will
civ a-curd , ifsrty aMthclr lodge' room.
Nineteenth . and' Farnnm. next Tuesday
night, Mas l$t3. Members pf tho'
order and their friends y cordlaUy .in.
vlted-to be present. 5 Vtttsjt and refrpeh
meats. ' ' t
M I kc ctlnnro a .
tyai council. No. 2318. will feWo a
cord party May li at Qott's hall, Sixteenth
and Ohio. Good musle. Prtios given.
Om,1ha. touncjl, .No. 418, Knightf ar4
lAdles oC Security, announce an, .open
meeting ion Wednesday evening. May -21,
gram', rdtreftments and dancing,, dmls-J
" InJnred In Fire
or bruldft rpy a fall, apply Bucklon's
Ar'nlfa' Salve. Cures. bums, cuts, wounds,
bolls. sre$. acsema. plies. Guaranteed.
26c Fflr. sle by Deaton Drug CovAd
vertlsemeun Persistent Advertising Is the Road ' to
Big Raturaa. ......
Nebraska Medical Association Gives
IJanqutif to Them Tuesday
KvenliiK at Home
Omaha Ladies' Festival Chorus
WjtH TO ANNOUNOR THK AKVAC OP
Bummer school will begin at Crelghton
university June 22, Arrangements are be
ing made for a number of noted lecturers
to ' give v courses at this session. The ad
-vanco enrollment haa been suprlslngt?
large, and It fs now an assure nuoCesa
Headquarters will bo maintained at the
law college, where a bureau Of Informa
tion will be established for thnjicohVenl.
ence of visitors. The lectures, win be
given .In the college of law and' profes
sional depa$(nftnts. ""-V K ''
An enrollment of Uo is now fmctlcally
certain'. 75 per cent of whom ara women.
They will, oorae from all over the west.
somo living ras fa? weattaiCahfbria,
Cleven will come from Kansas City, M'.
A Bfedt part of tho students arejvohool
teachers who wish to take advanceirwork
or brush up' on some extra branches
, Flftoen members of tho Crolghton Unl
verstt)! Gleo club were the guests at the
banquet given by tho Nebraska Medioa
association Tuesday evening at the Bonn
hotel. ' The glee club, men rendered sev
Rev. William F. Rigge, B. J astron
omer at Crelghton university, bu ben
officially notified of his election, tol a
Yeuowsmp in tho American Association
for the Advancement of Solence. Father1
Rlgge was apprised several months ago
of tha fact through a scientific publica
tion, but the official notification Uaa Just.
bten received from' tho secretary of thq
The recent announcement of the n-i
gagement of Raymond G. Young ts Miss
Gladys; liobeck Is of more than usual )n
terest td Crelghton university studeuu, aa
Mr. Young is a very popular professor at
the law department ot that school.,
Dr. 'Lewis 3. Fisher, dentistry 'lit, was
married recontly at Weston, eby to Mlta
Anna Aiargarei ivovaa.
" Perry- Wheeler, Crelghton layr 18, waa
recently re-elected city cleric, of BoUth
Omaha .and Eugene D. O' Bull! van, das
'10 'of the some school, was defeated tor
City attprney of that city .
Charles F. Bchremp, law '13, Is located
at Beneca, Kaa.
PROTESTS AGaINST FJRE
BARN ACROSS FROM LIBRARY
Yrlll occupy tho
Another protest' has been registered pulpit of the
agamst the establishment ot the city tire Grace Methodist
barn across tho street from the pubUo Kplscopal church
library, pr. U. W- ChrisUe, president of New Tork
of the Omaha-Doug-la County Medical city -during the;
association, in, speaking for that organ- month ot July on
Omaha Preacher to
Occupy a New Tork
Pulpit During July
Rev. Edward Hlslop, superintendent Ot
of the Omaha district of the Methodist
THEY ARE NOW OH DIS
PLAY at OUR WAREROOM
'KxcelIcaco" In a piano me ana slot tlxsJB case, action, gtrlnga
and rxxlals. . , i
''KxccUenco" in a piano is that aometblns pvpr and aboro all
tli66,.yhilcj5. thaKCBlyji of th buIdor put lntof it.- ' STEINWAY
planoa arp tht creatioa of Renlus, ' '
TERMS CASH OR EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
$550 """p $750
THE WORLD'S FIRST AND BEST .pfANO
Call aa d Inspect t!je Largest Plsplay of Stlaway Flaaoa
West of New York City,
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
PIANO COMPANY '
EkSTAHIJSHKD 1830. 1U1L13 VAUNAM St., 0MA1IA
"We wish to voice
a protest against ieovernlng board
the establishing of a fire barn Im-land their pastor,
mediately across the street from the ; Rev. .Christian V.
Omaha Publlo library. We feel that this
institution, -bo long esUUU$eS In 1Uf
presenUcuarters, shodld no hampered
In its work becaUsa of such a proceeding.
W 'know it would be diriment, as it
would endanger the lives of many chil
dren going to the library, and it would
detract from the quiet ot the neighbor
hood, that is euenttat to the many read
ers In the library."
Dr. , Reaaoner
was formerly ot
Oonyer and last
year .preached In
the First, Metho,
diet 'church and
hIki spoke at the
Pen, making a
upon Sir Knights.
S ll 'Lbbbbw
Stops Tobacco Habit in
Sanitarium Publishes Frea Book
Showing How Tobacco Habit Can
Uo Uani&licd in From One
to live Days at Home.
Tha Blders Sanitarium, located at 1090
Main BU St. Joseph. Mo., has published
a fre book showing the deadly effect ot
the tobacco habit, and how it can be
banished In from one to five days at
Men who have seed tobacco for more
than fifty years have tried this method
and say it la entirely successful, and la
addition to banishing- the desire for to
bacco has Unproved Uielr health won
derfully This method banishes the de
sire for tobacco, no matter wnetner 1
is smoking, chewing, cigarettes or anufi
As the book is being distributed frea
anyone wanting a -wpy should send their
neiss and address at on co. AdrerUse-
Dr. lteasoner is a
firm believer in advertising, having pub
lished a book on church advertising. ,
0MAHANS WILL TAKE
Owing to damage tt sustained during
stonn on the E8 river the sailing
date o.T the steamshto Imperator ot tho
Hamburg line has Un cancelled. Tht
boat waa to have sahxi from New Yoric
June 7, and tWenty-tw Omaha and Ne
braska people had been booked for pas
saga W. E. Hock, the wtcal agent, after
receiving notice that th boat had been
put out ot service for a trine, commenced
to bustle and has succeeded In booking
his people on other boats equally aa good
and in such a manner as to not dels;
At the time when struck by the atarm
the Imperator was near the city ot At-
tenhruch. Germany, and waa bound tor
New York. The passengers were taken
aboard other vessels and brought to New
More Than Nost Anyone Else.
Tho Chief of the Presbyterian Hospital in N. Y.f Dr.-Fishery tella one very easy
way to avoid some physical ills. r
His comments on
are more interesting1 (&eo letter in southeast oorner),
If the subject appeals to 'yon, try leaving off
Instant Postum and carefully note, day by day,
the return to health and strength.
A level teaspoonful of Instant Postum, uran
ordinary cup of hot water dissolves instantly and -makes
it right for most persons.
A big cup requires more, and some peoplo
who like strong things put in a heaping spoonful
and temper it with a large anpply of cream.
Experiment until you know the amount that
pleases your palate and have it served that way .
in the future. ' .
Postum comes in two forms;
Eegular (must.be boiled).
coffee and tea entirely, use
Dr. (X Irving Slshar, fef a quarter
oentury at tho head of New York's qreat
Presbyterian Hospital, says In the New
York Times of March (2, 'M
"Coffee poisoning1 Is. beeamlnq eunstant
ly more common In this e'euntr', epec
tally among students, whetn It harms
'" more than it wbuld harm almost any
"Coffee Intoxication does riot 14 to
wife beating, but its phyololosloal ef,
fecta upon some of Its victims are almost
as bad aa those of aloohoUo pollening,
"We continually find at tho various
' clinics signs of the harm dene hy the
exoeeaive use of tea and ootfeo ameng
"Surely tMs Is quite preventable,
"Children not Infrequently appear
whose nervous and digestive system
have been wrecked by thse two bever
Instant Postum doesn't require boiling, but is prepared instantly by stirring &
level teaspoonful in cup of hot water. , '
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
Xorl& without caperteaci&S any delay.