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effects of alcohol on our women, as well
as our men; the power it has to make
brute6 of men and immoral wrecks of
women; be it
Resolved, That wo condemn alcoholic
drinks in any form, and that we recom
mend total abstii. , e.
As law abiding citizens, we believe in
the protr- 'on of law; therefore, be it
Resolve.,, uat we condemn all mob
violence, since it is wholly against law
Whereas, The tendency of improper
dressing is so prevalent among our wo
men as to affect health and morals;
be it -
Resolved, That we condemn all im
proper dressing on the part of our wo
men. Resolved, That we devise waja aud
means in different communities to look
after and care for the indigent, poor acd
Resolved, That we encourage all ad
vanced steps for the elevation and suste
nance of women, and especially patron
ize the places where they are given em
ploy ment; and be it
Resolved, That the Federation of
Southorn Colored Women will do what
ever we can to encourage the patronage
of all the race enterprises.
Whereas, We realize that the rankB
of the criminal classes are being con
stantly filled with the youth of our race,
who have no early moral training; and,
Whereas, Ve do feel that by organ
ized effort on the part of our women for
the carrying out of successful and ap
proved plans for trailing children, be it
Resolved, That this body do recom
mend that such work be undertaken
through kindergarten schools, in all
places where clubs exist.
Resolved, further, That acentraPcom
mittee be appointed, consisting of one
member from each southern state, who
will take the work in charge.
And any One Dollar
viud iviagiiine v. wl t
Actor My cue is, "Do your worst."
Manager That is no excuse for your
always doing it. Town Topics.
FASTER THAN EVER.
Effective Oct. 15. The Union Pacifio
will inaugurate new train service, and
will reduce the time of the Overland
Limited Train No. 1, between Chicago,
Council Bluffs and San Francisco, 3
hours and 15 minutes. Only 57 hours
Missouri river to Pacific coast. Buffet
Smoking and Library cars with barber
shop. Chicago and Council Bluffs to
San Francisco and Portland. Three
trains daily, to and from Pacific coast.
Elegant palace sleeping cars, dining
cars, chair cars. For full information
E. B. Slossox
$115 FOR LETTERS ABOUT
The passenger department of the B. &
M. R. R., offers thirteen cash prizes ag
gregating $115 for letters about Ne
braska. Particulars of the contest,
which is open to all, can be had by
J. Francis, G. P. A.,
TIME j MONEY.
When you are traveling, due con
siderate r"onld be givpn to the
amount ot .iJ-o spent in making your
The Union Pacific is the best line and
makes the fastest time by many hours
to Salt Lake City, Portland and C'i
For time tables, folders, illustrated
books, pamphlets descriptive of the ter
ritory traversed, call at City Office, 1044
O et. E. B. Slossox
William H. West announces to his
many friends that in his big minstrel
jubilee neither time, labor nor capital
has been spared. This company in its
entirety appears at the Oliver today,
matinee at 2i0, evening a; 8:15. Rich
ard J. Jose, with the beautiful tenor
voice, ie making a tremendous hit in
Paul Dresser's martial ballad. "The
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
0. L GRAWFOHD S F. C. ZEHRUNG
Corner 13th and P. Phono 351
Tli Doors -will Open from Now on o T45
TO THE DEAF. A rich lady, cured
of her Deafnpss and Joi6es in the Head
by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to this institute, bo that
deaf people unable to procure the Ear
Drums may have them free. Address
No. 6,6389 A, the Nicholson Institute,
780 Eighth Avenue, New York.
Annual tour they will electrif' rou.
BIG MINSTREL JUBILEE
WIGWAM H. 'WEST
OAJRROJL,r JOHNSON '
RICHARD J. JOSE?
THE JwUKISlV BROS.
And man' others. See the brilliant spectacula- sensation
THE STORMING OF SAN JUAN HILL
Grand parade at 11:45 a. m. Matinee prices, 25 and 50c;
evening, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Blue and the Gray." John P. Rodgers,
the celebrated babso profundi from the
Italian opera at Milan; Joseph Garland,
and Herbert Ansdell are the stars. The
comedians are Can oil Johnson and Fred
Warren; the olio acts by the Luken
brothers, the three marvels, Tommy
Hayes and David Meier. The spectacu
lar features are the most elaborate ever
ssen in minstrelsy. It is entirely free
from suggestiveness or vulgarity
throughout. Matinee prices, 25 and 50
cents; evening, 25 cents to 81.00.
"Blessed is the man who gets wisdom
from another man's experierca." "If
you have not wealth by patrimony, you
must get it by matrimony;" "Whether
a man marries or not, he will dread it;"
"A woman is like a wild boas'; if you
fear her, she will be merciless and cruel,
but if you brave her, she will be submis
sive and kind;, "Money belongs not to
the person who has it, but to the one
who has wit enough to get it," are some
of the epigrams in "Other People's
Money." Hennessy Leroyle tries to ac
complish any deal to possess other
people's money so Ionr as it does not
land him in prison. He has multitudi
nous schemes for securing wealth by
advising and fleecing his clients. At
the Oliver on Wednesday, March 21st.
Seats on sale Monday.
Monday night an eastern repertoire
company, sailing under the title of
Myrkle and Harder company and sup
ported by two well known New York
stars, open a week engagement at the
Funke in Charles E. Callahan's beauti
ful Eociety drama, "The Hoosier
Heroine." This organization is said to
be far above the average attraction. It
has not been its custom to use what
is known here a the "ladies' free
ticket," but as it has been the custom of
the opera house to do so with week
stands, it will conform to the custom on
the opening night only. Prices for the
week will be 10, 20, 30 and 50 cents.
Wednesday? M&rclhi 2lsto
"There's nothing- so g-ood as money, and no money so good as
other people's." Mr. H. H. Forsman pre
sents the comedian,
fir. Hennessey Leroyle,
In his laughing- success,
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY
From Hoyt's Madison Square Theater," New York.
Nothing Funnier Anywhere
A Comedy Sensation.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. On sale Monday 9 A. M.
UNDER THE DIRECTION' OF
0. T. CRAWFORD AND F. G. ZEHRUNG
COR. O AND TWELFTH. PHONE 355
Wk off Marelk 19th,
Society's greatest popular priced stars,
And a select company in a series of late New York successes
and ELITE VAUDEVILLE.
TME MOOSIE1R HEROINE
Prices 10, 20, 30 and 50 cents. Seats now on sale. Ladies
free Monday night.
Wanted Several persons for district
office managers in this state to represent
me in their own and surrounding coun
ties. Willing to pay yearly $000, pay
able weekly. Desirable employment
with unusual opportunities. References
exchanged. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. S. A. Park, 320
Caxton Building, Chicago.
''This is one of the little things that
count,' as the lecturer in the dime
museum remarked in introducing the
mathematical infant prodigy. Town
The Union Pacific has made the Great
ly Reduced Rate of $25.00 to Portland
and other Puget Sound points, also to
Helena and Montana points, Salt Lake
City and Utah points.
For tickets and full information call
E. B. Slossox,
First Publication March IT 3.
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT.--K I37
In the County Court of Lancaster Count v Ne
braska: " l
In He Estate of John Kuhn, deceased
The state of Nebraska to the heirs of Pauline
Kuhn-Frischholtz. deceased, Conrad Frisch
holtz. Augusta Hoik. Carl Shell and to any
other heirs or next of kin of the said John
Take notice that William Hoik has Hied a
final report of his acts and doines as adminis
trator of said estate of John Kuhn, dt-ceased
and said matter Is set for hearing on the Ilth
day of April A. D. I'.w, before said countv
court, in the court house at Lincoln. Lancaster
county, Nebraska, at the hour of ten o'clock A
M.. at which time any person interested may
appear and contest the same; and notlctTor
this proceeding has been ordered published for
three weeks consecutively in The Couri.-r ,,r
Lincoln. Nebraska a weekly newsirof gen
eral circulation In Lancaster countv v
braska. ""'. ---
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set mv
hand and hate caused to be affixed themir
MaUrcS?n.Tat LIneoln "thdSf
l" EALl FHA.NK R. U'ATEItS.
Ily WA..TF.U A. Lkksk, Clerk Smufcou
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