Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 29, 1916, NEWS SECTION, Page 7, Image 7
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 20, 1016. 7 A LODGE ROOM NEWS OF GREATER OMAHA Alpha Camp, Woodmen of the World, Adds Athletics as Feature for Members. TAKES OVER MYRTLE HALL Alpha Gamp No. 1, Woodmen of the World, has taken a long ,term lease on Myrtle hall, where it will hold its meeting Tuesday evening. The club features, recently adopted by this camp, to be conducted in con junction with the organization, are proving a cyclone to its membership. A real athletic club is now in full blast, which contains every known feature of a real gymnasium, and is greatly enjoyed by the membership. This feature h conducted avith but little extra cost to the members and meets a condition which has long been demanded by he membership. Marconi Camp No. 421, Woodmen of the World, will meet Wednesday evening in Columbia hall. The busi ness session will be followed by an initiation of a class of candidates. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held Thursday evening last by Thomas Camp, No. 523 at Lyck's hall. It was an open meeting for the pur pose of entertaining friends of the members. Speeches were made by B. F. Raker, Frank Best and Gus Hart. Refreshments were served. Schiller Camp No. 304 will meet Thursday evening at German Home hall. The usual monthly business will be transacted, after which there will be a bowling contest. Druid Camp No. 24 drill team will give a masquerade ball Monday eve ning in Druid hall. Prizes will be given to those selected by the com mittee as having the most original and unique costumes. South Omaha Camp No. 211 will hold its regular session Wednesday evening in Woodman of the World hall, Twenty-fifth and M streets. A series of entertainments has been ar ranged for during the winter. Nebraska Lipa No. 183 will hold its regular business session Thursday evening in Turner hall. Special en tertainment is promised the member ship by Joe Wolf, who heads the en tertainment committee. Alpha Camp No. 1, Woodmen of the World, at its last meeting initiated fifteen new members and received thirty-two applications. The camp will introduce a class of thirty-five new members Tuesday evening and will serve refreshments. This is the last meeting in Labor Temple. Meetings in future wilt be held in the Continen tal block in connection with the ath letic club to be opened November 1. Knights of Pythias. Nebraska Lodge No. 1, Knights of I'ythias, will confer the rank of knight Monday evening. This being the last meeting in the old castle, a large turn out is expected. Future meetings will be held in the Crounse block. Arrangements are nearing comple tion for the open meeting night, No vember 13, when all Pythians and their friends will be welcomed to the new castle. Fremont lodge degree team !s ex pected to confer the degree of page on the next class of candidates for the first rank. . ... , ' Tribe of Ben Hur. Mecca Court No. 13 will give a Hal lowe'en party Monday evening at Mrs. Jurgensen's residence, 2011. Sherman avenue. Thursday, November 2, there will be an open meeting in the hall, Nineteenth and Farnam. Clan Gordon. The Ladies Auxiliary to Clan Gor don No 63 will hold its regular meet ing at the home of Mrs. John McTag. gart, 4734 North Thirty-ninth street, Wednesday afternoon at 2. Lawton Auxiliary. The regular meeting of the General H. W. Lawton Auxiliary to Camp Lee Forby, United Spanish War Veterans. will be held in Memorial hall nexH Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock. Knights and Ladies of Security. ' Omaska council No. 2295 will give a dance Monday evening at the Swedish Auditorium, Sixteenth and Chicago streets. Sixteenth Anniversary. Anniversary lodge No. 220, Degree of Honor, will celebrate its sixteenth anniversary Wednesday evening at the Ancient Order-of United Work men temple. The program will con sist of piano solos by pupils of Miss Mackin, violin solos by pupils of Frank Mach, readings by Miss Amy Woodruff, vocal quartet by pupils of Mrs. Florence Basler-Palmer, a zith er quartet by pupils of Mr. Chaber, mandolin solos by Miss Ethel Pow ers and songs by Jack Alfords and Charles Lee Bell. Little Miss Voroff will do some solo dancing. Brotherhood of American Yeomen. On last Wednesday evening, Omaha Homestead, No. 1404, held in its hall in Labor Temple, the Yeomen chil dren's annual festival, which consists of boys and girls under 14 years of age entertaining in various ways. Those who do the best in the various classes are awarded prues by the. supreme office. The program was as follows: Welcome address, Marts Maysrrrecltatlon. Edna Ltnd.; recitation. Alice Rlane: violin Nolo. Gordon Eketrum; SpanlHh dance, I.or.1- ta Borhorf; recitation, Mildred Thompson; vocal solo, Junlete Bonney; recitation. Mar. Saret Hug: vocal aolo, Violet Carlson. The program was considerably en livened by Tommy Bonney, assisted by Mildred Lochman, juvenile singers and dancers. The parents of Tommy Bonney are both members of Omaha Homestead No. 1404. Next Wednesday evening will be the regular business and initiatory night. Changes Meeting Night. Omaha Council No. 1, Junior Or der of United American Mechanics, has changed its meeting night from the first Saturday evening of the month to the third. The committee will work degrees at the next session in Labor temple, Nineteenth and Far nam streets. A social will follow the business meeting. Cinosam Dance. The Cinosam Dancing club will give its first dance of the season at Scottish Rite cathedral Thursday eve ning, November 2, 1916. The mem bership of the club has been full for sometime and a number have been placed on the waiting list. The dance program includes the old-fashioned waltz, quadrille, lancers, etc. Royal Highlanders. FernclifFe castle No. 288, Royal HighlanderSj will hold a Hallowe'en social in their lodge rooms in the La bor temple, Nineteenth and Farnam, Thursday evening. A general good time has been planned, including dancing and cards. Short Storyln the Life Of J. Williams. Burglar J. Williams, who gives Detroit as his address, decided 'to break into a room in the Merchants' hotel. Out of something like 100 rooms Mr. Williams chose the one occupied by Montana Jack Sullivan, which shows Mr. Williams is a poor picker. Jack discovered Williams in the room and promptly uncoupled that justly cele brated right with which he made a name for himself in the prize ring for a number ot years. Williams went down for the count and didn't move until the police arrived. The police magistrate bound him over to the district court with bonds fixed at $750. New Lumber Company Has Corporate Value of $50,000 Articles of incorporation have been filed in the county clerk's office for the Dodds Lumber company. The capital stock is $50,000. J. Emerson Dodds, Joseph J. Dodds, Austin E. Dodds and Milton N. Dodds are the incorporators. Another Fire in City Dump, Which Frets Residents Another fire has broken out in the city dumping grounds in Willow slough, northeast of Carter lake. City Commissioner Jardine, who is custodian of this route near the lake, called upon the fire department to extinguish the smudge. IF BACK HURTS TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS Says Backache Is sure sign you have been eating too much meat Uric Acid in meat clogs Kidneys and irritates the bladder. Most folks forget that the kidneys, like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged and need a Hushing occasion ally, else we have backache and dull misery in the kidney region, severe headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder disorders. You simply must keep your kidnevs active and clean, and the moment you teel an ache or pain in the kidney region get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good drug store here, take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bined with lithia, and is harmless to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity. It also neu tralizes the acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending blad der disorders. Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive; makes a delightful effervescent lithia water drink which everybody should take now and then to keep their kid neys clean, thus avoiding serious com plications. A well-known local druggist says he sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in overcoming kidney trouble while it is only trouble Adv. Dr. Clark, the Painless bentist If you are an advertising Dentist, do as you advertise and the business will come. That is the way we find busi ness in this office. Mrs. E. A. Mueller of Scribner, Neb., had ten teeth extracted by the use of . VAPOR MIST. I wish the people of Omaha and vicinity could have seen this ladv wbfn ah ntm, in mv office and seen her when she went away. She said: "I have suffered for eight years, and I was afraid to have them pulled," writes this '.dy. She will tell the truth about my Painless Dentistry. Vapor Mist is a local anaesthetic just applied to the gums, not only for Painless Extracting of teeth, but for all Dental Operations, without the least danger of Heart Trouble or other sickness. Office, 204 Paxtoo Block, 16th and Farnam Streets Week-Day Hours, 9 to 12 1 to 8. Sunday Hours, 10 to 12. LADY ATTENDANT Soad for my booklet, telling all about the care of the teeth Phone Red 1201. Omaha, Neb. 50,000 QUALIFY TO VOTE ATELEGTION But Few Thousand Short of That Now Registered in Greater Omaha. 1,800 ARE ADDED FRIDAY The total registration of voters in Greater Omaha will be within a tew thousand of the 50,000 mark, it is es timated by Harley G. Moorhead, elec tion commissioner. While the official registration figures probably will not be compiled until Tuesday or Wed nesday of next week, it is practi cally certain that all records for Douglas county and all pre-elections will go by the boards. A whirlwind finish marked the close of registration at the office of the election commissioner, in the neighborhood of 1,800 prospective voters being taken care of Friday. The election commissioner's office was jammed to the guards' all day long. In front of the registration desk, shortly before 6 o'clock, a solid mass of men, four and five deep, waited patiently for a chance to qualify for their right for franchise. Thousands a Day. The average for the week was about 1,000 registrations a day. The office force had to be increased each day, until Friday night thirty-five clerks were at work taking the names of the voters. The office was open until 10 o'clock at night on the closing day. The list of names on file in the elec tion commissioner's office on August 1 totaled approximately 39,000. This list included, however, what is known as the "dead timber" several thou sand names which had to be stricken from the records on account of changes of address, removals from the city and deaths. In the neighborhood of 5,000 voters who changed addresses re-registered. Omaha Hay Exchange Needs Better Trackage Service The 'heavy movement of hay from out in the state is beginning to be felt in Omaha and the officers of the Omaha Hay exchange have been ne gotiating with the railroads for bet ter trackage facilities. It is said that during the winter the present track age facilities will be inadequate to handle the large hay business. Appeal in The Bee Brings Two Wheel Chairs to the Needy Mrs. W. R. Adams, "mother" of the Visiting Nurse association, is happy over the response to her appeal in The Bee last week for an invalid chair. One invalid chair was sent her from out in the state for the needy sufferer and the price for another chair was collected by an Omaha woman. Mrs. Adams says the second chair will also be used in some needy Omaha Clearings Reach New Record A gain of almost $1,500,000 a day was the record set up by Omaha bank clearings for the week. The total clearings for the week were $J0, ltJ 591.23, as against $20,820,283.14 for the corresponding week a year ago. To Rspave North Half ol Farnam Next Week City Commissioner Jardine of the department of public improvements states he expects the north side of Farnam street. Twentieth to Twenty- "77" Humphreys' Seventy-seven , For Grip, Influenza COLDS Ttklng Cold Is th mum of raort mimtmui 4ti Mtc Uian li any other luile known came, One-half of the dim of the human race la caused by taking Cold. The more common rilteaaea due to Uklng Cold are catarrh, Influent, hrotiuhltla, asthma, quinsy, tore throat, croup, pleurisy, rheumatism, eryilpelai tnd neuralfta. Why rlik having any of that whan the um of "Seventy-wren" at tha tint ohlU or ahlnr will break up Um Cold in tta luoopUont "Seventy-wen" con Ulna no thine harmful nor In jurious and loavaa no bad after effeota. A amall vial of pleaaant pelleti fits the teat pocket ; handy to carry. May to taka. 13c, at all drug atom In all America. TONIC TABLETS (HUMPHREYS') For the cnnraleawnt, tnr the wak and tha wear. Price, 11.00, at all Druf Stores, or tent C. O. D. Humphrey!-' Hotneo Medicine Co., 1M William Street, New York. i I WV. 'V'f 1 I J . ' I HENRY MURPHY J I Candidate for T T County Attorney k i Ten years in the office for the present I T county attorney is long enough 1 LET US HAVE A CHANGE j I stand for a business-like administra- y f tion of the affairs of Douglas County. I f ' WHYNOTA 1 J "LIVE WIRE" COUNTY ATTORNEY 1 T VOTE FOR MURPHY , i Duffy's Reputation for Reliability cannot be usurped by "something just as good." If a dealer considers an imitation of Duffy's "just as good," wny does he attempt to sell it to you? He knows imitations are not "just as good" as Duffy's Pure Maltw'wky which has been a standard article of commerce for 60 years, for in copying the work of others there is no virtue. When you say : "I want Duffy's" don't let a dealer change your mind. He is trying to dispose of an inferior article at greater profit without re gard for your health and well being. Because we know Duffy's Malt is made richt and in tha Viicrhoot ity tonic stimulant it is possible to produce, we want the pub lic to know that we are responsible for it. That's why "Duffy's Annual" is around each bottle, the "Old Chemist" trade mark is on the label and over the cork, and our name is also blown into the bottle. This is for your protection, so mat you can always De sure to "Get Duffy's and Keep Weir laid in SKALED BOTTLES ONLY. B.w.ra of Imitations. mm PufFs pure ;Malt pi NOTE Gat Duffy'l from your local drug-fiat, grocer or daalsr. 1.00 par bottla. If ho cannot aupply you, writ us. Smid for ioful houaahold booiuat fro. Tha Duffy Malt Whisker Co., Rochester, N. Y. fourth streets, will be rrpaved next week. The south side was rcpaved before the Ak-Sar-lter festival and work was suspended on account of that event. Woman's Tongue And Leather Lungs Win Boy's Liberty Judge Leslie has resigned to the be lief that the only instrument that becomes keener with constant use is a woman's tongue. Sitting in juve nile court, Judge Leslie sentenced a wayward lad to Rivcrview home. Then the storm broke. The angry mother sent up a wail that could he heard in the remotest corner of the county jail, three floors above. She protested in a shrill tone of voice that the "judge didn't dare send her son to Riverview." When the judge ordered her re- j moved from the juvenile court room she stood outside the door and con tinued to yell, si-ream and otherwise voice her disapproval. Judge Leslie finally quieted the up i roar by calling her back into the court room ami telling her that he'd j give the boy "one move chance.'' I "Whce." ejaculated the judge as he saw tne leaiiier-iungen inoiner lead ing her "young and innocent" home, "I certainly do hope that boy behaves in the future; that woman got on my nerves." Are Street Cars to Stop On Near Side? Maybe the old near-side stop for street cars is to come up in Omaha again. The Commercial club is dis cussing it for the downtown business district. It was tried some time ago all over town, but proved unpopular because it was city-wide, and there fore caused stops to be made in the mud in the districts that are "ot paved. The new activities of the Commercial club had before it recently City Com missioner A. C. Kugel and R. A. 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