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TIIK BKK: OMAHA, .MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1915.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Boot Print tt Now Pmcoh Prfw
nrgeas-Oraadan Oo. Lighting flirtur-..
Today's Complat Moris Frogram"
classified section today, and apptara In
Th Be EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving plrturo theaters offer.
Caetl Club Danoe The spring ball of
the Cacti club, an Informal dancing; party,
will be held the evening of April 19 at
A, Sarin of Tins (or both customer
and yourself when your offlca Is con
veniently located. The Bee Building
"the building that la always new" j
malces this sarins sure.
The state Bask of Omaha, pays 4
per cent on time deposits, I per cent on
savings accounts. All deposits In this
bank r protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of the slate of Nebraska.
Meroe to Talk to Ad . Kan At a
luncheon at the Hotel Rome Tuesday
noon Ouy C. Pierce, president of tha
Agate club of Chicago, will address the
Omaha Ad club. Ha Is expected to dis
cuss magazine advertising.
' uerwela Composes March Jaka
Sauerweln, for twenty years a, resident
of Omaha, but now living In San Antonio,
Tex., where he 1 a member of the munic
ipal bandi has composed a march, "The
Man of Peace." it Is now being played
In concert by the band of which Mr.
Sauerweln is a member.
Wrote Haas BakLeroy C. Wroth,
proprietor ot a cafe and bar west of the
new United States National bank. Six
teenth and Farnam streets, asks 15.000
damages in a suit In district court, alleg
ing that a board fence built along tha
sidewalk during tha construction of the
new bank damaged his business.
Box Takes from Cornerstone The
rernerstone of the old Board of Trade
building was taken out Saturday noon.
The box, containing whatever was In
serted some thirty years ago, wa taken
to tha local offlca of tha J. O. Mardis
company and will probably eventually be
turned over to ihe Masons, which organi
sation laid the cornerstone. The box was
High School Pupils
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Seymour Camp, Woodmen of the
World, riant for Securing- Hew
Homo Down Town.
BANQUET FOE NEW MEMBERS
The date of the coming banquet to be
given by Seymour ramp, Woodmen of the
World, for new applicants and the mem
bers securing their applications, has been
changed from Thursday. April IS, to
Thursday evening, April 22. This will en
able several of the members to attend
who otherwise would have been unable to
do so on account ot business matters.
The membership will be given an oppor
tunity to express a choice as to the best
place to hold this banquet. So far, the
names of about forty members have been
received by the clerk and it Is expected to
Increase this number to at least seventy
five In the next two weeks. Tha camp
has had considerable discussion at meet
ings during the last month relative to a
new home, and is about to decide on one
of several very fine offers in the business
School and College Notes
Warn Mate Normal.
Dean Hahn addressed the Iowa Teach
ers' assoc-lation, which convened at 81oifX
C ity. la. April t and 3.
Mrs. James O. Hancock of Chlrsgo,
save a very Interesting address to tb
students at the Tuesday morning convo
cation. Evangelist liume was also pres
ent and favored the school with two vo
cal solos. 1
Superintendent M. O. Clark of tha Sioux
City schools was a visitor at the normal
Tuesday, and as a result four members
of the present senior class will be added
to the teaching force ot the Iowa Institu
tions nexv year.
Superintendent U.' M. Eaton, represent
ing the office of state superintendent as
n.cmber of the examining board, visited
the normal Friday and secured the appli
cation blanks tif students who are candi
dates for a state certificate.
On Thursday evening in the auditorium
the opera "Martha" was sung by the
stste normal chorus under the direction
of Prof. Coleman. This musical nuwiber
closed the entertainment course for the
second semester of the year.
Superintendent M. E. Crosier of Norfolk
and Prof. Hlmon of the department of
science, were In Wayne the first of the
week Inspecting the aerial at the normal
weather bureau has been so thoroughly
accural that he has been able to give ail
the intormatlon asked at all times. This
department has been made IsrKe use of
during the last few rears
Benson camp No 228 promise, a rousing jEfr
entertainment In tha near future. It will js hool at Norfolk.
be a celebration In honor of the recognl- j The alumni of the school was glad to
tlon of one of Its llv members to a high hear the first of the week, that the work
rnn ln its Immediate jurisdiction. All f h Wsyns Normal school Is credited
High school pupil will give an enter
tainment Friday afternoon and evening
that is going to rival any road show.. Tha
object is to raise money for the athletic
fund and for the car ol the big central
nurt. The beat talent that the school
can produce in all lines of entertainment
has been procured. A special orchestra
has been obtained for the performance.
'.. Following Is th program: '
Eccentric Kqulllbrlsts, Rollo, Sain
sonoff, Tumblo. -
The world s greatest tenor, Slgnor
Herman "The Grate," in the Act Mys
teThe"Blg Four, the Zenith of high class
.TLanit Mr Vermillion Castile & Co.
America's daintiest comediennes. Can-
sonetta Sisters. Candenxa and Harmonica,
Music Hatn Charms," a musical
at upend It v.
ni. an ohnnis. sneclal scenery.
Coach Tommy Mills and Prof. Wotowa
sre coaching all acts of the grand produc
tion, The dancers are all apt pupils of
4 Prof. Chambers. , ; ,
Omaha Passenger :
"Men to Meet Train
Although they will arrive at ( o'clock.
which la- considered an early hour, it
Is" asserted that practically, all tho, xailr
vuad passenger wen of the city wilt ba
t-the Union, station Monday morning
to greet the raUroad passenger manager
and general agents, who to the number
of 128, wUl pass through Omaha en route
to the Pacific coast expositions over the
The passenger men, who represent
nearly every j railroad in tha United
States and Canada., ara coming on their
own apeclal train over tha Northwestern
from Chicago, running aa a section ot
the Overland limited. Hera they will
remain twenty minutes and bo trans
ferred to the Union Paclflo tracks. From
Omaha the train will be accompanied by
Passenger Traffic Manager Fort and
General Passenger Agent B&sstnger of the
Union Pacific. Tha train 1 made up of
new equipment. .
Minne Lusa Tract is
To Be Platted Soon
Charles W. Martin & Co. ara working
out tha plat of tha ground recently pur
chased, lying north of Miller park and
between Twenty-iourm ana
ttreets. It will be a remarkable addition
in . many was on account, of Its great
Tuere will be 800 lots, all of them with
building restrictions. .All houses will be
irept forty feet from the line and there
a ill be a minimum cost for each building.
The building of moderate-priced bunga
low Is to bs encouraged, and -a petition
was filed last Thursday for the paving of
Twenty-fourth street from the Florence
boulevard to the city limit, which run
along the east side of this ground A
movement 1 also on foot for paving Thir
tieth street from Fort street to tha city
the Omaha camps will attend and make
it a boost for Woodcraft at Benson.
Members of Benson camp No. 228,
Woodmen of tha World, hava purchased
new uniforms and regalia, which will be
used at the next meeting, Friday even
ing when tha lodge will present Mr.
Mather, clerk, a gold-mounted gavel, In
honor of being elected mayor of Benson.
Lipa camp No. 183 will give a dance
Friday evening at its hall, COS South
Thirteenth street. This entertainment is
for tha prupose of promoting Interest In
tha camp, acquiring' new members and
furnishing entertainment to It membership.
The dedication fair and bazaar of rruld
camp No. 24 was a great success, being
attended by large crowds each evening
An entertainment Is to be given by
South Omaha camp No. 211 Wednesday
evening. It will be a change rrom the
usual Woodmen entertainment.
At the meeting of Alpha camp No. 1,
Woodmen of the World, In Barlght's hall
Tuesday evening. Dr. O. H. Schlet will
deliver an address on the life of tha late
Joseph Cullen Root Member of the
camp ara fraternally Invited to attend.
Elwood Grove No. T5, Woodmen Circla,
will give a card party at Myrtle- hail
annex Thursday afternoon.
The Omaha homestead of the Brother
hood of American Yeomen had a business
meeting and drill last Wednesday even
The drill team Is Invited down to
Frenchy homestead, South Omaha, to put
on the Initiation on Tuesday evening. Tha
team will meet Captain Rachley at
Twenty-fourth and N streets at 8:30
o'clock and proceed to the hall.
Vanman will tiava their next dance
on Wednesday evening. April 14, In their , gJJjJ tt
hall In Iabor temple.
Member are all requested to be present
at Crosby' Undertaking Parlors. 1524
North Jwenty-fourth street, Sunday at 2
o'clock to attend tha funeral of tha late
Earl Frantx, who died an last Tuesday.
for certification in the stste of Orecxm
I'nder the ruling of the department of
education Miss Irma James, class of '13.
win do granted a certificate entitling her
in learn in the schools ot Ashland, Ore.,
The following members of tha class of
IS have already been elected to noun Irani
In school work: Ray Hickman, manual
training, Roundup, Mont.; Ruth Hher
bfchn. Intermediate department, Orchard,
Neb.; Alice Sabln, science, PUger High
school; Hilda Aron, Eva Craves, Kettle
Jaques, A lets Jensen and Bess Elmore,
grade positions at Sioux City, la: Helen
Reppert. Latin and German, and Ruth
White, domestic science.
Pern State Normal. .
Superintendent TC T. din nt NKhniWt
City visited Peru last week to look over
The manual trainine- department la look.
Ing after the making of tables for draw
ing at a saving of )75 to 1100 to tho state.
The seniors who ara DreDarlna- to be
supervisors of muslo from this on will
teach music in the grades of the town.
Peru Normal will issue Invitations Tor
a field meet to be held May 1 at Peru.
Medals will be offered for first places,
besides banners, cups, etc., for special
The nresident of the normals have been
called to meet In Lincoln next Saturday
for the Durpose of establishing a depart
ment of educational pathology. This wtir
no doubt be tried out at Peru.
Miss Luht Gunderson of Crofton has
been elected to a position In the Omaha
schools. John Boswell becomes superin
tendent at Eustls; Joseph Kltma of
Milllgan becomes principal at Bristow
and Roy Kelley of Lexington has bee t
elected to a high school position at Loup
Last Wedresdsy morning In chapel was
celebrated by speeches and band music,
the action of tha legislature and governor.
In giving to the normals .86 of a mill levy.
President Hayes made a felicitous speech,
complimenting the legislators and gave
Fpeclal praise to Colonel T. J. Majors.
Mr. Majors was Introduced and came to
the front miast lust applause. He com.
Hellerae ( olleae.
Walter Rarely won elected sssistant
business manager Tlmrsdav at the meet
ing of the athletic tx ard of control. The
contract provtutng for a foot hall game
at Tarkio college next Thank'Elvtn day
waa ratified. It was also dei-lded to
schedule a gamo with Wayne at Hellevue
on November 6. Highland Park and
Tarklo will also be played it dates can
oa agreed upon.
Two Berievue student have thus far
secured teaching positions for next year.
Hasel Zoll, '17, ha been elected to a po
sition In the grado schools of the village
of Bellnvue. Marguerite Jack of the
senior class has received an appointment
as teacher of Latin. German, domestic
science and muslo in the Tekamah High
school for next year. Miss Jack baa,
however, not yet made up her mind
whether to accept or not
At a meeting hold at Creighton
Wednesday afternoon It was decided to
hold the state peace oratorical contest
st Bellevue Friday evening, April tt, with
Bellevue, Crelghton and the University
of Omaha participating. The first prise
will be ITS and the amount of tha second
prise wilt be decided later. The winner
of this contest will represent Nebraska
at the Interstate contest to be held at
Crelghton auditorium early In May.
Since the board of athletic control at
a recent meeting: decided not to have a
base ball team this year, tennis and track
have been occupying the attention of the
students at xieuevue. rroi. win
Puis at a mass meeting or the student
body Friday morning secured the adop
tion hv unanimous vote of a resolution
asking all students to report at the ath
letic field at 8 o clock Haturdny morning
to hulid four new tennis courts. If snrri-
dent material develops, sn intercollegiate
team will be put In trie Held.
From twelve to fifteen men are report
ing for track practice every evening In
nrcDaratlon for tho Young Men's Chris
tian association meet to be held at Crelgh
ton field In May. Maxwell end unman
are showing up well In the r.irlnts. uil
mora expects to enter for the high. Jump.
Glenn Gealv Is a find In the 440-yard
dash. The trak has been rolled and put
Into condition and arrangements are oe-i
Ing made to hold lilah school track meetsj
at Bellevue between now and commence!
There Is much Interest st Bellevue this
yesr in other contests besides the peace
contest. Dean Fales. who won the local
prohibition contest Thursday night, will
represent Bellevue at the state contest at
I'nlon collexe. College View, Neb., on
April 21. Nebraska Wesleyan and Union
college will be the other schools contend
ing. The Haskell orstorfcal contest be
tween the members of the freshman and
sophomore classes Is scheduled for Mey
14. Representatives of both classe are
ht, nramrinu orations. The crises of
f!5 and 110 are donated by John H. Has
kell of Wakefield, who Is a member of
the board of trustees of the college.
lesue, ahfiut forty pases being devoted 1.1
a complete alumni directory.
Miss Buda Ortb, a student In the violin
deportment of the srhool of music, will
give her Junior reel! si in lee Memorial
chapel FrWUv evening, April IS. In her
program she will be altcri by Miss
Urut C'K hi an, contralto, and Miss llaltle
The Men s Glee club arrived In Crete
Wednesday from Weeping W ater, where
ti er gave the last of their series of con
certs to a large and apprectatlv au
dience. Thev were assisted by Miss Mae
Hnndiill. soprsno, and Miss Hud Orth,
violinist. The management reports the
project a success.
plimented members Of the legislature on
towtrd "the people'
Fraternal Aid Union.
"TlMflform rahVof the Fraternal Aid
Union,-Banner lodge No. lL will give a
card party and dance on Thursday even
ing, April 16, at Myrtla hall, FlfteanO
and Douglas. A hand painted dinner
set will ba awarded to tha one holding
the lucky number, beside six prise
Spanish. War Veteran.
Spanish war veteran of Nebraska will
hold their eighth annual encampment at
Omaha, April 28, 27. The program In
clude a smoker and a banquet, both to
ba held at the Hotel Roma Governor
Morehead and John M.! Thurston will be
tho speakers the night of tha banquet
Several hundred veteran from all part
of the state and from lows, are to be
here. Headquarter will ba at tha Rome.
, ' ' Hastings College.
The German club held It monthly
last Monday at the home of
Max Towle, who waa tha successful
coach of tho Broncho during the last
foot ball season, ha been spending a
few day In tha city with friend.
Arrangement are being made for tha
holding of the annual temperance con
test of the college, also for the debate
with Grand Island college,- and for tbe
Biblical contest, which takes, placa dur
ing the commencement .week. . . ,
The senior recognition exercise were
held last Saturday at the college chapel,
Prof. Ferguson speaking for the faculty
and Miss Parks of the junior class rap
resenting the student body. A- number of
visitor were in attendance.
Among tha visitors who have gone
through the college buildings the last
few days wo noticed Mrs. Bent of Blue
Hill, mother of Harold Bents, das of 'IS:
Rev. Mr. Westenburg of the temperance
board of the Presbyterian church; Mrs.
Fitchett and son of Seattle, mother and
brother of Miss Ruth Fitchett of tha
As an illustration of tha value ot th
college weather bureau, our attention has
been called to a damage suit against one
of the railwav companies of the city In
which temperatures during certain hours
of the day several years ago will play
an Important part in the evidence aub.
mltted. Prof. Kent's conducting of th
John R. Tunek graduated from the bu
lneaa course April 2 and was granted a
Anna Ttuxhold has Just completed the
business course and ha begun work on
Walter Yoiiniitrom completed the busi
ness and apeclal banking course this week
and was awarded his diploma
Mvron Ward and Florence Whltneg. re
cently students in the business depart
ment, were married in umana vprn .
Gladys Shamp and Thomas Bupe. stu
dents at the local universities, are taking
shorthand and typewriting in the night
school. , , .
William Jallnek. business department
class of 1910, visited Omaha Monday. He
Is now cashier of th State bank at
Bonesteel. 8. D.
Miss Catherine Bwartalander of the
city library addressed the young women
or the college at tna rnaay assamoiy.
She is a member of the Omaha Story
Tellers' league, and pleased ail with her
rendition ot oscar wiiaa nappy
J. 8. Curran, physical director of th
Toung Men's Christian association, ad
dressed the young, men students, Friday
afternoon on "Tha Efficient Life." lis
laid particular etres on the Importance
of thorough practical eduration " to fit
men for tho keen competition of the
Mia Ethel Rough, '14, has been elected
head of the commercial department which
le beinr Introduced in the high school at
Falls City, Neb.
Prof. John N. Bennett of the depart
ment of mathematics was elected a
member of the rity Board of Education
at the election Tuesday. .
Tha Doana Tiger, published by the
lunior clasa, I nesting completion and will
b ready for mailing In the near future.
The copy 1 now In the band of the
Th 1914-15 college catalogue Is being
put into the hand of the printers this
week. This I to be a special alumni
President Clemmons delivered an ad
dress before th Teachers' association of
Verdigre Friday evenlnt-
tw.f V W rtalnea lectured before the
Butler County Teacher' association last
Friday evening. Also lectured before the
Norfolk City Clvlo leaguo Monday even
Mlsa Mary Buttorff left yesterday aft
ernoon for Cnlcago. wnere sim m
slst Mr. Brewster, tne t.nor or . nioaa". i
In a recital unday afternoon In the
fine art' building.
Mra J. F. Mueller gave a most Inter
esting talk on Italy Tuesday morning, re
lating personal experiences while sbroad
two years ago. Following thla, Misses
Zona Moore and Fern louthltt furnished
some splendid music.
Tho Classic, under the direction of
Mra. A. Kato Gilbert, gave their theses
Thursday evening in the college chapel.
Thoir theme for this term was Ralph
Walso- lOmerson and each commented on
one of his essays. Mr. Carl Wilcox gave
an Interesting sketch of the life of Fmer
on and hi Influeno on the thought of
Friday morning Pr. McOtffln and
Balxle spoke before the student body
In commemoration of the fiftieth anni
versary or the end of the civil rebellion.
dwelling upon the cementing of tha sec
tions and the harmony that Is now pre
valent throughout the union. Dr. Ros-
man presented the speaker and made
a brief talk. Prof. Phillips' chorus class
sang some patriotic songs. At o ciock
In lh afternoon tne college) resnonora
to an invitation to Join In the service
at the high school, adjourning for the
Anrll R being the birthday of Preeident
Clemmons. the student body, in a nest
little speech by Mr. Leach of the eclen
lfln class, presented rim In chapel, s
splendid array ot nowers reminding mm
thet It was his blrthdiu'. At 8 o'clock
In the evening the ractiity nursi m upon
him unannounced. Prof. Ray presented
him with a fountain pen, a gift of the
faculty. Mlsa Buttorff, Mrs. Gaines, Mrs.
Hv and Mr. Munson furnished muslo
sn.i Mr. Munson gave n reading. Ico
cream and cake was served.
Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Coach Klin ha been busy every day
during the week in working out his basu
Tha annual home concert of the Wes
leyan Glee club was given In the Audi
torium rTlaay evening o a iai s
Mra El u Tirlithtman. wife of Prof.
rtriirhiman. who has - been seriously ill
fe some time, continues to be very low
At a meeting of the University Place
Symposium last Thursday evening Mr.
W. C. Smith of the class of 1HSU gave a
paper on "The Rellgloua training ot tne
At a recent meeting ot tho "V men
ki. .,.'. h.sket hall anuad Raymond
Johnson was elected captain. Johnson is
a Junior and litis served three years wltn
Clssses were dismissed last ThursiTay
afternoon out of resnt for Mis Marr
i.u e k rnninrvainrv faculty. Rev.
George A. Smith, the father of Miss
Smith, died April 5 and the funeral ex
orcises were held on the afternoon or
the Sth, .....
At a meeting of the local chapter Of tfie
scholarship fraternity. J , 1 'S1L
. v, .. rininuHhend. Madge French,
r..vi n,1 THvanrellno Robinson
were elected to membership. Thlrtyna
mn, hers were a'so elected. Jeo-
r.' ' i.i. ..ni.iv which was established
nun ij mia -" 1 , . . . ,
tiara a year ago, represents the h's..est
scholarship honor within the reach cf the
I ' . ' lawn Hew ote. ,
iuriKnnAH A verdict In favor o
Alvln F. Booth for 8X.WO was granted in
the United States district court at uiwan
u .v. land riM auainst Albert and Js
Hasting. whW grew- out; of deal In
mil In th North Sterling irrigation
i.roloct In Colorado. Mr. Booth is a
farms near here. ?
RANDOLPH There will be a apeclal
election her April 1 to extend the town
limits. The proposed annex Is. a ten
acre tract east of tha present corporate,
limit, a part of which Is the school
ground. The law rrovldes that the
school building In a consolidsted district
hall b within uch corporate limit.
st Pomerov.'tV. Friday, being called thnr
by the serious Illness of his brother.
Prill commenced on the drill grounds
last week, alter studying military science
for the Inst three months under Major
Mis All.-e llsywnrd returned Friday
afier a week's vacation visiting friends
in 8t. Paul. Neb. Mlsa Hsyward is the
secretary for the academy.
Mra. Teltiel of Pittsburgh. Ps., was a
visitor at the college Thiirdsy. Phs led
the dovotlon at the chepcl and gave a
The Phllomslhean and Amplultyyon
Literary society gsve their plsy Wediies
day night. They presented "Thompson of
the 'Varsity," to a full house.
The brotherhood of the 1'nlted Bret hern
church held a Nniiet at the church
Tuesday night, lllshop Krphsrt ass the
Principal speaker. The faculty men of
the college were Invited to ho present.
A special chapel was hel.l Frldsy morn
ing In honor of the Woman s Mlsslonsry
board, which Is being held In York
Miss Mabel Prury of iayton. u.. led tne
cvotlon and gave an address. miss
Wins bell Caldwell gave an address. Miss
Wlnabell Caldwell read two of Rley's
thla spring aom of
the money you've beam
sowing with ytar wild
oat. Hunt it in a
here where It will ba
sure to grow and yield
a good harvest COM
POUND 1 N TERE3T
on nil you plant, and
you may tart with,
Nebraska Military Aeadamy.
Cadet all returned last Monday after
a vacation of four day.
The cls In agriculture r doing good
work and exoect to commence planting
a large plot of ground soon.
Taptsln Kldd, coach r bass bait, haa
about completed his tm and ha food
material for a strong lineup.
Colonel Hayward left for his old borne
: Are Yoa Constipate f
Why uffer? Tab a dose of Dr. King's
New Life Pill tonight. You will feel
fin tomorrow. Only 25c. By all drug
CREIGHT0N GLEE CLUB HAS
BANQUET AT F0NTENELLE
The Crelghton University Glee club held
its annual banquet at the Hotel Fonta
nels Saturday evenmg, the entire mem
bership of the club and tha board of
director being present. The banquet
marked the disbanding ot the club for
the present year, the faculty director an
nouncing that it would not sing at tha
annual commencement exercise April 90
as had been planned.
The faculty director announced that th
work for next year performance would
begin on th first Sunday of September.
Da Yoa Flno Fnnlt WltU Everybody t
An Irritable, fault-finding disposition
is often da to a disordered stomach. A
man with good digestion I nearly always
aood natured. A great many have been
permanently benefited by Chamberlain'
Tablet after year of suffering. The
tablet strengthen th stomach and en-,
ol It to perform It function naturally.
Obtainable everywhere. AdveritaeroeBt.
Jame EL Foster has been called to
Chicago by the serious Illness of his sis
ter. Mrs. Hal M. MM. Bne formerly
Miss Jsaa Wallace spent th week-end
at Lincoln as th guest of th Delta
felta te)ta sorority. h attended its
forma) dance Friday rcening. tine will re
turn today. .
Ancient Order United Workmen.
The meeting of North Omaha lodge
No. 169 A. O. U. W. last Wednesday
evening waa well attended. A fin
class of candidates was initiated, and
twelve of the hustling members drew
for prize In a special offsr for new
knerober during March. Oanaiderabja
Interact was ' taken In the election of
delegate to the - grand lodge session,
which resulted in the election of four
teen representative (to attend th grand
lodge session to do reia in uncoin in
May. A lunch was served and the mem
bers all enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Next Wednesday evening, the 14th, all
delegates, past master workmen and
other have been Invited to meet with No.
159 to discuss anything which may be
thought of interest to com before the
next session of the grand lodge.
Herman lodge No. 90, sA. O. V. V.,
elected August F. Specht and Paul
Schoepe to represent the ' lodge st the
state convention at Lincoln, May 11.
Knights of Pythias.
Last Monday night waa something ot an
occasion at th castle hall of Nebraska
lodge No. 1, Knight of Pythias. Three
candidates for the Tank of page were pre
sented, and the work was put on in
amplified form by the degree team from
St. Alban's lodge No. IT of Council Bluff a
Th work waa excellently done, and
the large number ot knight who were
present expressed much satisfaction at
the manner In which the Council Bluff
team exemplified the symbolic passages.
On Monday evening of this week No. 1
will confer the rank of esquire on a num
ber of waiting pages. On Tuesday even
ing th todg is to visit St. Alban' lodge
No. IT, in Council Bluff, and again
watch the work of the degree team in
conferring the rank of page. Seven ap
plication were reported last Monday
night to No. I
Knight and Ladle of Security.
Tbe degree staff of Loyal council. No.
348, will give a dance tomorrow (Mon
day) evening at their hall in the Danish
auditorium. Twenty-fifth avnu and
Leavenworth street, to which all friend
and member of th order are Invited.
Last Monday evening a abort lodge ses
sion was held and then tho present
devoted th evening to having a social
good time in observing Easter. Refresh
ments of many hard-boiled eggs, sand
wiches and coffee were served, and va
rious contests with prise were Indulged
in. Mis May Bowen . won the Easter
bonnet kn the voting contest, with Mrs.
Annie Vltek a close competitor. Dancing
furnished other enturtalnment for th
evening, which was filled with pltasant
features.'. ' 1 ' -
Comparative Food Values
1 pound of rity roast beef JZZZZZZZZZZZI
1 pound of Grape-Nuts Food c
Comparative Cost per Pound
1 pound of rib roast beef l , Z7:
1 pound of Grape Nuts food L
It would be difficult to find a food that affords the same
abundance of true nourishment, at so low cost, as does the
famous wheat and malted barley food '
At three-fifths the cost, a package of Grape-Nuts supplies
nearly one-third more nourishment than a pound of rib
roast beef. And besides, in buying a roast you pay for about
20 refuse, and there's a shrinkage in cooking.
Grape-Nuts food comes ready cooked and every particle
in the FRESH SEALED package is good to eat. It's rich nutri
ment includes the 'vital salts that areecessary for brain,
bone and sturdy muscle. Grape-Nuts is delicious easily
Thinking people everywhere are more and more adopting
"There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers every where.
Only their own ad
missions that "beer
in light bottles
, must be protect
ecT'are being used
They have incrim
;and continue to do
so every day.
Schlitz is determin
ed to distinguish
its beer from light
bottle beer. -y
and when the light bot
tle brewers decide to
follow the same idea,
Schlitz is with them, but
not so long as they sell
beer that becomes im
pure when exposed to
Get Schlitz in 4 Brown
Bottles. It is all health
fulness, and it costs no
more than light bottle
See that crown is branded "Schlitz"
Phoua Dour 1MT
SchUts BotU4 Bear Depot
.723 8. 9U St, OmU. Neb.
11 8. M.ln Bt, Council Bluffs
That Made Milwaukee framou
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