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LODGE ROOM NEWS
OF GREATER OMAHA
Woodmen of World Return
from State Meet at Lincoln
Pleased with Treatment.
ALPHA CAMP IS TO BUILD
The delegates returning from the
head camp of the Woodmen of the
World, held in Lincoln last week, ex
press appreciation of the many cour
tesiei extended by the Lincoln sov
ereigns. The meeting was a success
in every way and much good, it is
expected, will result. Practically all
of the camps innthe slate were rep
resented and all return home full of
real enthusiasm for the order. Dur
ing the debates, many points were
made clear which had heretofore
Columbus Camp Po. oy will meet
at noon today at the Prague hotel,
Thirteenth and William streets, to
transact business, and initiate candi
dates. Ziskuv Dab No. 115 will meet today
at U o'clock in Turner hall, Twenty,
first and U streets.
Comenius Camp No. 76 meeting on
last Saturday evening, at Meti hall,
Thirteenth and William streets. Spe
cial entertainment was furnished.
Kosciuszko Camp No. 352 will meet
today at 2 p. m., in Woodmen of the
World hall. Twenty-seventh and L
streets. The' consolidation of Pad
crewski Camp No. 522. gave it an in
centive to greater activity.
Robin Hood Camp No. JO will meet
Monday evening in Woodmen of the
World hall, Florence.
The new war order again inter
feres with the growth of Benson
Camp No. 2R8, when it sends Captain
Todd and his drill team to the front.
The meeting Tuesday evening will be
in the nature of a farewell.
Schiller Camp No. 304 will meet at
the German Home, 4406 South Thir
teenth street, Thursday evening. Fred
Klenke, delegate to the state meeting,
will give a detailed report of the meet
ing of the head camp.
A good attendance is desired it
the meeting of German-American
Camp No. 104, which meets in New
Bohemian Turner hall, Thirteenth
and Dorcas streets, Tuesday evening,
Marconi Camp No. 421 will meet
Wednesday evening in Columbia hall,
Twenty-second and Pierce streets. At
the close of the meeting a program
will be rendered consisting of reci
tations and musical numbers.
Alpha Camp No. 1 has purchased i
lo". on which to build its future home.
It is located at 1811 Capitol avenue.
A building committee has been ap
pointed consisting of the officers of
the camp and immediate-action is ex
pected of the committee in erecting
a suitable building.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Magnolia Camp No. 1833 will have
a peanut eating contest Tuesday,
Knights of Security.
Omaha Council No. 2295 will give a
dance Monday evening, April 9, in
the Swedish auditorium.
Woodmen Circle Notes.
The Dora Alexander guards have
returned from Lincoln, where they
took a prominent part in entertain
ing the state convention. Their spe-
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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company,
Akron. Ohio -
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cial drill performance at the public
receotion Wednesday evening was a
decided hit. They also participated
as a part of the reception committee
and showed real skill in enter aining
lines. Their new uniforms were in
evidence,' which added materially to
Welcome Grove No. 52 will meet
Monday evening in its home, Druid
hall, Twenty-fourth-and Ames avenue.
The drill team, under the leadership
of Veretta Crane, will practice.
Pansy Camp No. 10 will meet In
the Swedish auditorium, April 6.
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gate and members, who attended the
state camp convention held m fre
mont. Tribe of Ben Hur.
Mecca Court No. 13 will give their
regular monthly dance next Thursday
at the hall, Nineteenth and Farnam
The Ladies' auxiliary to Clan Gor
don, No. 63, will hold its regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Carnaby, mv fcmmett street, next
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
The aeries of Omaha, South
Omaha, Benson and Florence held a
joint smoker and entertainment in the
hall of Omaha aerie Thursday even
ing, which was largely attended by
members from the various aeries.
There was a literary and athletic pro
gram, including boxing and wrestling.
This was the first get-together meet
ing of the various aeries preliminary
to a combined campaign for members
in Greater Omaha, and the result was
gratifying to the various organiza
tions. A similar smoker will be given
shortly in the hall of one of the other
South Omaha erie, at its last meet
ing, initiated a" class, as did also Ben
son and Florence. All initiations in
the future will be conducted . under
the supervision and management of a
joint degree and drill team composed
of members from the four aeries.
The work of selecting the talent and
organizing these teams will be under
the direction of Henry Rothholz,
South Omaha aerie, who will get to
gether a team that is intended to
compete for national honors.
Woman'. Relief Corps.
U. S. Grant Woman's Relief Corps
will discuss the Red Cross work at
the meeting next Tuesday at 2:30 in
the Memorial hall.
Wednesday evening at a special ses
sion Canton Ezra Millard No. 1 en
rolled several patriarchs under the
Catriarch militant banner, the work
eing exemplified in a very impressive
Thursday evening Hesperian En
campment No. 2 held a special meet
ing and a large class was conducted
through the wilderness and exalted
in the Royal Purple degree. The work
began at 5 o'clock and dinner was
served at 7:30.
Triangle Encampment No. 70 will
confer the Royal Purple degree on
Ruth Rebekah Lodge No. 1 will
have degree work Saturday evening.
Omaha Lodge No. 2 will have de
gree work Friday; also the question
in' reference to proposed change of
bylaws will come up for final consid
State Lodge No. 10 celebrated its
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atinivci bmi y .nuuuay, lie
hereby made of an ad
vance in prices to Dealers and
Consumers effective April 2,
1917 on Pneumatic Auto
mobile Tire Casings and
Motorcycle Tire Casings and
on Pneumatic Tubes and
Motor Truck Tires.
Specific information as to the
new price schedule may be
had from' any Goodyear
Service Station Dealer.
Good it or Vrt, Heavy Tourist Tubet
and "Tire Saver" Accessories are easy
to get from Goody tar Strict Station
members, their families and friends
spent a very enjoyable evening. The
committee had arranged a very suita
The krnsington of Upchurch Lodge
No. 2, Degree of Honor, which was
to have Den held Tuesday, will be
postponed on account ot sickness.
Asks Man Be Enjoined
From Opening Another Store
Loftis Bros. & Co., a retail jewelry
hrm at JW south sixteenth street,
filed suit in federal court against Arn-
Edmonston is the manager of the
plaintiff's Omaha store at the above
address. 1 he petition says that when
he was given this position on August
V, 1V16, he signed an agreement stipu
lating that he would not establish I
rival or competing line or assist any
competing firm in Omaha during a
period of four years after severing
his connections with the plaintiff conv
It further alleges that he has left
the plaintirf company and has organ
ized a rival firm, the Arnold H. Ed
mondston company, has filed articles
of incorporation and rented a store
room in the Kose building.
The plaintiff asks that he be enjoined
for a period of four years from en
gaging in competing business in
Omaha or from assisting in any way
any competing firm.
Kansas City Church is
Robbed; Pastor is Here
At 1 Saturday morning Central
station was called by Rev. G. Wash
ington, colored, here on . short visit,
to the effect that he had received a
telegram from Kansas City which
stated that seme one had entered and
taken some of the belongings of his
"I want you to send the chief of
police right down there and have the
burglars apprehended," he said. He
was advised that the matter was out
of the jurisdiction of the Omaha po
lice and that they could do nothin
in the matter.
Three More "Wild Horse"
Men Are Given Fines
Three more of the men found cniltv
in the "wild horse" case recently tried
in the federal court here were fined
Saturday by Judge Woodrough. Vic
tor A. Palm was ordered to oav $200.
Joseph C. Wharton was fined S200
and A. U. Perry 3500.
Puts Our Drue Store
At Your Elbow f
All you havt to do in to step to th i,
phone, tell ui what yon want, and we i
will deliver It Immediately. You can &
buy juet a lately and juit aa well
with the telephone aa if you called at
the store In pereon. a
There never a doubt aa to the
atiifaetory trading result at thla s
complete drug atore; never a doubt aa
to the moat reliable quality; never a -
doubt aa to getting the exact article ;
you ordered; never a doubt aa to
prompt and courteous attention.
16th and Howard Sta.
Phom .Douglas 864.
SLEEK "SLEUTH" IS
Three Wives Appear in Police
Court to Tell What They
Know of Hawthorne.
SAY HE HAD MANY ALIASES
Pretty Mrs. Paul Hawthorne, a
country bred girl, 18 years old, and
the bride of only a week, wept as she
told Chief of Detectives Maloney that
she didn't know much about her hus
band, who, police say. Is too clever
with women. Hawthorne was bound
over to the district court Saturday
under $500 bonds. Only a statutory
charge has been lodged against him,
but Assistant District Attorney Bcd
ner unhesitatingly said that more se
rious charges might be brought
against him later. '
Hawthorne, who wears a black eye
as a testimonial to a recent meeting
with an angry husband, pleaded not
guilty and waived preliminary ex
amination when arraigned before Po
lice Judge Fitzgerald. The complain
ant against him is Roscoe C. Tubus,
.1915 North Twenty-first street, a
Union Pacific railroad clerk, whose
wife is one of the important witnesses
Two other women, both married,
appeared in court ready to add their
testimony to the story which Mrs.
Miss Hawthorne, sister of the de
fendant, volunteered the information
that he was a detective. Hawthorne
himself alleges that he is a sleuth and
explains his predicament with Mr.
and Mrs. Tubbs by stating that each
hired him to watch the other. It was
as sort of a hired guardian-angel,
he says, that he was precipitated into
the scandal which promises to write
into the annals of district court one
of the most entertaining chapters of
Hawthorne's specialty, police aver,
was women. While he left his trust
ing young wife at home, they say, he
connived, or tried to connive, with
other men's wives schemes which
would yield a cash profit.
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Chicago, March 31. That promi
nent German Americans were asked
to identify themselves with the big
patriotic rally planned for Saturday
night and refused to do so because
the committee in charge could not tell
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which the meeting would be asked to
adopt, was revealed today by Emil
D. Wetten, secretary of the general
committee on arrangement. Mr.
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of the men who refused U participate
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