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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY WTO: JANUARY 26, 1913.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
"(sottish Clans Held Twenty-Fourth
Annual Concert nnd Ball Monday.
LODGE TO SURPRISE MEMBERS
Onlrrnnl t'ltlntt f tnerlt'n In
rtilnnlnc nn I nnnnnl I'nrtr fr
lt Mrntlters .lnnnnr
TMcitlj-!r veil III.
111 Gordon No. fl. Older of Scott)li
Ian-", will hold Its twenty-fourth n
i ja conrert nnd ball In ooiiimomorntlon
if fio HUli anniversary of the birth "f
l.obrrt Hume tomorrow evonlnir at tho
DouKlas Auditorium. Mshteonth and
Tho proRrtim, which Is mid to ho H
:nod one. Is In two parts. The first pan
ohslsta of addresses, Scotch sours nnd
lances. The second part will he mnde
i of dances nnd songs, nnd will be fol
owd by the ball. Following Is the pro
Jtanv I'AtVr I
Address of Welcome
Chief John M-Tuggart
Song Coin rtiKKs.
Past Chief It G. Watson
Sow; Miss Martha Grym
Sana There Was a kod
Clansman John G. Gunn
Miss Martha llrltton
SoiiR-Afton AVater..Mrs. John McTaKKart
''one Miss Violet Johnson
Addre&s . ..Itev. Thomas It. McCotinell
5onttandard of the Hrnen..
Past Chief It. G. Watson
Sonjr, Miss Martha Grym
Dance Sword Dance
Miss Martha Ilrllton
Bone Of a' the Alrts..Mr. John O. Gunn
BongMy Heart Is Salr
Mrs. John McTajtgart
Miss Mary Talbert, accompanist.
I'lorriicr Mason Orumilir,
The Masons of Florence met Monday
N.ilKht and formed an organisation under
au)eclal dispensation granted them by
the Strand master of Masons In Nn
biasko. Most Worshipful Grand Master
James H. Cain, Jr. The lodge wilt be
known as Florence lodge U. D., Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons, and will havo
their home In the Independent Telephone
building. The lodge was Instituted by
Past .Master Thumme! of Omaha. The
officers selected for the year were as
follows: II. E. Lewis, master; new J.
B. fiutter, senior warden; Dr. A. n,
Adams, Junior warden; James C. Suttte,
secretary; Judson A. Fuller, treasurer;
Abncr R. Jones, senior deacon; Irving
Allison, Junior deacon. There are twenty-six
members enrolled at the present
time. Thoy will occupy the Independent
Telephone building, which was bought by
ho Temple Craft of Florence, an Incor
porated body, for the purpose of con
verting It Into s. Masonic temple for tho
local lodge, hut Is a distinct organization
from the lodge.
I'rnleninl Union of America.
Inilrprnilrnt Order nf Odd Fellow.
Omaha lodge No. 2 will put on the third
degree work next Friday evening.
Beacon lodge No. SO will have degree
work next Tuesday evening.
V V. Corrlck, editor of tho Nebraska
"dd Fellow, was an Omaha visitor last
Dannebrog lodge No. 218 will have de
iree work next Friday evening.
The social committee of Moridamln
odge No. 11 Is planning a surprise for
ihc members on January ST.
On .Monday evenlngFebruary 3, a prize
masquerade will bp given at the hall,
Twenty-fourth and Parker streets, Svhlch
promises to bo -a big event.
The ladles of Branch No. 862, L. C. U.
A , will hold s. card party In tho Pom
pclan room. Urandels Stores, Friday
iftcrnoon, January 21, 1911.
Ladle' Curd Party,
lien Hum Instill! Officers.
I-ast Friday evening Omaha court No.
ll'VTflbe of Hen Hur, Inilalled offlccrs
fov ensuing teun. On next Kildav cm
ing this court wll' give a dance at their
hall, Twenti-fourth and Pa'-ker street
Si:inlh Wnr Vt'lerntiM.
Cnmp Lee Forby of the United Spanish
War Veterans wilt give a card party and
serve refreshment at their hat! In the
Paxton block Thursda.- evening. Jarnary
CHINA DEVELOPS FAST
UNDER THE NEW REGIME
On his wny to New York, U Sling of
Pekln, Chlnn. passed through Omihn on
the Atlantic Jixpress over the I'nloti Pa
cific, where he goes to look after matters
In the Importing business In which he
Is engaged. Sir. Wing Is n Harvard grad
uate, having taken his degree ten years
ago. lie speaks English fluently, and Is
one of tho loaders In tho new republican
party In China. Years ago ho discarded
the braided hair. He now sports a moils
tnche, hns his hair closely cropped and
wears a business suit similar to those
seen on the streets of omahn.
Speaking of changed conditions, Mr
Wing snld: "China is getting along very
nicely under Its new form of government,
which to a grent extent Is patterned nf
ter that of the United Stutos. We have
an elective system, selecting our officials
by a dh-ect vote of tho people. Of course.
In some ways our methods havo not
worked themselves out In tho most sat
isfactory manner, but we aro coming to
this rapidly. We seek to elect the most
progressive mun and those who are edu
cated, and It will not be mnny years until
we will havo a republic! that will work
along as harmoniously and for tho good
of the entire people, as does that of the
HOSPITAL TO HAVE BUTTON
DAY AND TO GIVE A BALL
Wine Memorial hospital will give a
gland charity ball, March 18, at tho
Omaha Auditorium, for the purpose of
furnishing tho nurses' homo and reno
vutlng the hospital In general.
March 4 will be Ilutton day and the
women of the hospital board, assisted
by the young women, of tho city, will
sell President Wilson's buttons on that
date. Mrs. J. Sonncnberg, president of
the hospltul, assisted by the board and
the members of tho Wlso hospital ex
pect to make a great success of the ball.
Mrs. Mose Miller will supervise Button
Chairman Sol 8. Goldstrom has called
a special meeting of all the charities as
wall as local organizations of tho city
at Templo Israel In the vestry rooms to
day at 3 P. m. In order to appoint com
mittees and havo the different organiza
tions help to make the charity ball a suc
cess. The young ladles nre also re
quested to be present to assist Mrs. Mose
Miller for Uutton day.
NAMING THE NEW HOTEL ! Warrant Issued for
Arrest of General
I Some New Title Suggested by Out
I of-Town Readers.
NEBRASKA APPLES GET IN LINE
Our Kntliiiolnstli I'nnmlnaUt Insists
Hint the Fruit or (he Orchnnl
Minnlil Ifr Iiti tiiiirlnllKfil
In ir lloilclry.
'Tho Cornland" or "The AlfalfalaiKi"
are the most appropriate namns so far
suggested as a mi mo for the Nebraska's
new ll.OOVDO hotel, but as hay Is king
now. which came verjf easy after our
tlllr solved thf nrnhfpiTt nt tta. rlnht
, , " , ... : I to the state ir ju
way to grow and market alfalfa, and,, ... ....
corn Is king no moic these name n- out T,e t0,a ((f th
"f '' ... l-j ..... ....
n.in UUL UII Udl'UlII tlCT -U, 11181,
I Stanton Klcklp-. n run hf ltin cntwrnl
nnmn nor advanced. .. .. .. . . . .
promiisru 10 mane
as certain prop
ALBANY, N. Y.. Jan. Mi Upon applica
tion of the state authorities, the suprema
court today Issued an order for the ai
rest of General Daniel Sickles of Nw
York, who, as chairman of the Nw
York monuments commission. Is alleged
to have failed to account for 11,476 of
tbe commission's funds.
Under the order General Sickles will be
required to give hall, equal to the amount
of the alleged shortage, with the undt
standing that the bond will be forfeited
to the state if judgment Is rendered In
MIHUASKA'S OI.DKST AXl) laitOKST KIltK XSl.KAXn; COMPANY
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Mfr hant Nst Itosk
.'ltU'',, , Kn was ,K8. but on I:
The llrtyUnd Is not nn appropriate , stnntoI1 fl,oke n ,
ime nor advanced. pn,d the state and ,
'The Douglas' Is not the right nU- , tIlc b,allce B
ROY LANDIS IS FA-TALLY
SHOT BY GEO. EDWARDS
CASPBR, Wyo., Jan. 2S. Oeorgo Ed
wards, a rancher, today shot and prob.
ably fatally wounded Hoy" Landls, while
the latter waa being Jaken to a train by
Sheriff A. J, tfheffner, enroute to the
state penitentiary at ' llawllns. Landls
was under sentence for horse stealing.
According to the, officers, the shooting
grew out of a quarrel between the two
men arising out of Edward's domestic
troubles. Edwards made no attempt to
EARTHQUAKE SHOCK FELT
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 2S.-There
was a severe earthquake shock in the
Turkish capital at an early hour this
morning. No loss of life had been re
ported up to noon-
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
R. Beecher Howell Opens
Heart to Robert B. Howell
' Why, how do you do. Mr. Howell bow
are- you this large dayt" effusively ex.
claimed Mr. It needier Howell to Mr.
IWbcrt B. Howell.
"Oh. Just so-so," leplled Mr. Howell.
How are you?''
"Just fine," answered Mr. IL Beecher
Howell, -say. by the way, how's the city's
ftter plant coming along by this tlmiT"
'The cltya water plant!" exclaimed Mr.
Howell, turning around In surprise, "i
lidn t know the olty owned a water pltnt.
hpugh I remember now. since you re
jilnd me. that we did purchase on somt.
imo a;o. What makes you ask?"
Mr It. Ueecher Howell stared ininnttv
it his visitor, the well known Mr. Robert,
Why, no offense." Mr. Howell, apolo
rlxd Mr. Howell. -I merely asked be
:ause 1 ace the people are saying (hat
he rates are too high, and I thought
'rem that It waa their plant."
"Oh, these people make me good an'
t'red. They're always "saying or dojns
lomcthlns to make on uncomfortable
rh first thing 1 know they'll i asking
ile If 1 won't have my water plant lv
hem the same privileges IJiey enjoyed
inder the old company. They have too
mch gall," and Mr. It. Beecher Howell
asstd Mr. Robert H, Howell a good
Igar, lighting hi own at the same time.
Well. Mr. Howell." said the other. "I
uppose as long as this public sentiment
hlng makes you uncomfortable, you'll
eduee the rates Just for once, so they'll
iult hollering, won't youT" An4 Mr. How
II watched Mr. Howell closely, as though
rrd bis thoughts before the other
. . .
sa, Buswerea Air. Howell, after u
BY B. II. 8KRICOWIC1I.
(Apologies to Life.)
Howell?" asked Mr. Howell.
"Well, you see." exDlalned Mr. Unwell
"I, know I have to do It some time, Just
so iney-ro reuuceJ. Ilowover, I Uon ;
want to do It until The 'lien nulla nsklne
me. or the first thing I know thej'li say
mat it arovn me to it and that'll encour
age thm to try again. I want 'em to
know that I'm the boss and can't h.
bullied. I want It to appear as though
I ma it or my own accord 'and not be
cause anyone forced me to."
"Oh, I see now." smiled Mr. Robert H,
Howell as he admired his clever frUnd
and winked. "You certainly are a foxy
person, all Tight, all right. You have the
right Idea. One mustn't let the public or
your colleagues on the. Water board .iavc
too much to say. or the first thin? vn
know they'll want to help you juanigu
meir artaira. And, of course, everyone
knows If It came to that. It would mean
"You'ra right, Mr. Howell," returned
Mr. R. Beecher Howell "You know t.Jut
old saying about giving an Inch and losing
an ell well. I must bear that In mind,
too, or 1'U lose control of my water
"I notice. Air. Howell, that vou sv
MY waterworks when you. speak of the
water plant purchased by the city. Wh
Is thatr Inquired Mr. Robert B. Howell
of Mr. R. Beecher Howell.
"Why you poor bootf," Indignantly cried
Mr. Howell to his questioner. "I thought
when you came In here that you had some
sense. Get out of my office at once :tnd
don't come around here asking any more
questions like that."
And Mr. Howell shoved Mr. Howell out
or nia office and resumed the task pf
.. ..... ' w.ttn miu rciMiDta me i&sk or
XT hVwba0rr.Ja h! . ZX. ! VZ?ZL appropriation at t
Kduce the water rates a Utile bit. at i.t.
Just to elop these awful people from talk
jig about me."
"When are you going to do It, Mi.
POlnt Where lie lrft Off whn lnl.mmi.J
Incidentally he made a mental note to
hojd off on the promised reduction In
rate Just a. little while longer.
for It wan not Oouglan county, Douglns
street nor nny one by tho name of Doug
las that hns made It possible for Otnnlia
lo have n fl,00n,GOj hotel, but It was good
old Nebraska, Its soil, climate and people.
The Nebraska's new $1,000,000 hotel Is
too big to stand for anything which In
not . up-to-date' appropriate nnd ad
vanced. Why not name It the "Applnlund?"
The greatest problem of tilt- world today
Is the future food supply, and In this the
apple Is quite a fnctor.
Our tir-tn-dittn Nebraska' npple growers
have demonstrated the fact that Ne
braska's soil nnd climate can nnd hns
produced more apples per acre of the best
quality than any other state or country
in me world; that the apple orchard
produces more good food and moro dol
lars nnd cents worth per acre than any
other crop. If this fact was known to
tho woi)d In fifty years hence our state
would contain ten times the population
It now contain.
My papa, who Is an applelte. says that
"Tho time Is not far distant when the
apple will be king Jn Nebraska; that the
new nntel may still stand as Nebraska's
most up-to-date hoe'l when apple Is
This nntne Is advneced now and will
up-to-date fifty ygirs hence and for
II time to come It will hnlp to plnco
ebrnska before the world In Its trim
light and will drnw patrons an ono would
itturally expect a properly baked npplo
o start breakfast on while slopping at
lie new ll.OOO.Ono hotel.
It Is a woll known fuct that innni- K.
braskttiis left land In our stntc far bet-
r for tho production of nnDles thnn
tho boosted apple land" In the far west
and gone to the far west to produce ap
ploa where they learned to their surprise
that the apples would grow there 6nly
wnen the orchards were properly man
aged: that It cost them moro to market
their apples that It would have cost them
in Nebraska to grow and market them.
Jiad this fact beon known to them be
fore they left our stntn v vnuM .tin
count them as Nebraskans and many of
uiem wouia e more prosperous, healthier
and happier then they are now.
I'leaso name the new 11.000.000 hotel
'The Appleland." I.AURA I. BACKUS.
I would like to suggest the nnme
'Omalirnniltn " n .1,1. -1.1- .
, nunuuic JUlllin JUI
the new hotel for Omaha, 1
Ottumwa, la. MR0. B. J. BOUL.TON.
1 li '
I WOllld llkn In in acramt "TKo UfaU. tt
-- n v ai 111 At; 1
suggestive of OUT (Trent Pnrtt ffrntwltt r
state and also of tho great labyrinth of
rooms mere will be In this big hostelry.
i-iuiiivicw, eo. j, d, COREMj.
I havo to suggest as the nome for tho
new hotel "U. P. Too Overland." In
common parlance It would 1 nnin nf
as "Up to tho Overland." J, B. CARY.
Grand Island, Neb.
erty In Spain, owi.rd by Mrs. Sickles.
could be cold.
NEW YORK, Jan. JG.-The financial
affairs of Geneial Sickles have been In n
muddle for mouths. His Fifth avenue
residence and houuchold effects, Includ
ing mnny priceless relics of his career as
a union soldier and diplomatist, have
been threatened several times by Im
pending sheriff's sales to Satisfy Judg
ments for money loaned, but on each
occasion something has forestalled the
Not long ago Mrs. Sickles came to th.i
old soldier's rescue By pawning her
Jewels. They have been separated for
moro (linn twenty-five vears. nr nn
did not bring about a reconciliation, and
suosequent Judgments wero obtained
ugnlnst the general.
The alleged shortage In the monument
iuna was made known several weeks ago.
Ixiynl friends of the general said it was
duo solely to on error In bookkeeping
and would ho straightened out In time.
HOUSE ADOPTS REPORT
ON IMMIGRATION BILL
WASHINGTON. Jan. The mnr.r.
enco report on the Uurnottc-DUIInghnm
Immigration bill whs adopted by the
houso today. 10C to 71. As
prescribes a rending test for Immigrants.
j ne ciiuife providing that . Immigrants
from countries which Issue character cer
tificates must present such certificates
before being admitted, was stricken from
the bill. The report now goes to the
The State Insurance Company
December 31, 1912
Cash in Bunks and Office $ 1(),(537.U8
Jinilrond nnd Municipal Bonds (j5,185).7i)
First Mortgage Farm Loans. . . . 240,543.15
Interest Accrued on Investments 5,308.7!)
Agents' Balance, Net . . . . 8,3(39.33
Bills lieeeivuble 1,211.5!)
, . .$343,309.09
Capital Slock (fully paid) $200,000.00
He-Insurance lieserve ( New
York Standard) 107,410.77
Due He-Insurance Companies.. 2,053.00
Unadjusted Losses 7,122.82.
Hesorve for Taxes .1,030.0!)
Net Surplus (New York Stan-
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Why Endure Foot Torture
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A. A. BENTON VISITS WITH
HIS PARENTS IN OMAHA
A. A. Benton, managing purine of the
firm of chartered accountants, Marwlck,
Mltphell, Peat & Co., New York City, is
In the city visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. 11. Denton. The concern with
which he Is Identified has lately con
olldatcd with n tlmlllnr Institution In
London, and he has Just returned front
abroad, where ho has boen acquainting
himself with other officials. lie will
leave hero In a couple of days for branch
offices In the north and northwest
Get Rid of
Stuait'8 Calcium Wafer Aro Won
tier Workers In Kvcry Variety
of Skin Troubles.
Many people havo been hcurd in inv
that they used creams nnd lotlnnn fnr
years without effect, yet after five or
six days of Stuart's Calcium Wafera
meir complexions were perfectly clear
'Stuarf Calcium Wafer Axs Simply
uraoa to asrcoTa fit: piss and
All 8kln Eruption.
It's easy to unfie. stand why Creams
and lotions only et at the surface, while
Stuarfs Calcium Wafers ko rluht nto
the blood and Instead of a sluggish de
posit In the skin the Impurities that
cause skin diseases are destroyed In the
perspiration that Is exhaled through th
pores In the form of Invisible vapor.
You'll never have u( good complexion
without purlu blood, but you positively
will have a fine, beautiful complexion If
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They contain no poisonous drug of any
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No matter how bad your skin may fee,
Stuarfa Calcium Wafer will quickly
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blackheads, pimples, acne, bolls, rash.
eczema and a dirty "fllled-up" complex
ion. You can get a box of Stuart's Cat
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cent a 'box. and you will i Tintif.K.
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The following Is absolutely the surest
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all foot aliments: "Dissblvo two table
spoonfuls of Caloclde cornpound In a
baln of warm water. Soak the feet In
this for fully fifteen minutes gently rub
bing tho sore parts." Thd effect Is really
wnnrlnrful All n cm. ...
Instantly; the feet feel delight
ful. Corns and callouses can
peeled right off. It gives Im
mediate relief for sore bun
Ions, sweaty. Smelly and ach
ing feet Especially effective
for frost-bites and chlllblalns.
A twenty-flvo oent box of Cal
ocido Is said to be sufficient
In rllt-A tho n-n... . .
wnrkfl thrnllf-h lha n..,.. n.i ...
..... uu ioiiiuvcb ino
causu of th trouble. Don't waste time
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Calocldo compound In stock or can get It
t? ?.w..nourB from Wholesale house.
uuiiaiicu uy xueuicui formula I-ntinrn.
toiles of Chicago.
The epidemic of Grip, like a mon
ster wave Is extending from the At- ,
lantlc to tho Pacific.
Don't wait till your bones begin
to ache, take "Soventy-seven" at the
first feeling of lassitude and escape
Influenza, Catarrh, pains and sore
nesB In the Head, Rack and Chest,
Cough, Sore Throat, General Pros
tration atid Fever, or it may take
longer to break up.
It niivn to Unnn "Rovontv.inL'on"
handy, It is a small vial of pleasant
pellets, fit the vest pocket At your
Druggist, 25c, or majled.
Humphrey' llomeo. Medicine Co., 168
William St., Now York. Advertisement.
Of Automobiles and Accessories
Overland and Fops-
I Council Bluffs xt
hub m m
Marlon and Msrmoa
Oas Cars, Ohio and
Standard Ele 3 t nr.
S 1 t r I b utors for
western Iowa and
3101-3 rarnam at
Nebraska Buick Auto Company
Uncoln Branch, 13th and P St. B. E. 3rnl.ES, Qea'l Mgr.
Omaha Branch, 1913-14-16 Parnnin St. LEE nurr, Kgr.
THE OMAHA DAILY, EVENING AND SUNDAY BEE.
Thet Best Advertising Mediums in Their Territory.
Stewart-Toozer Motor Co
H. E. Fredrickson Automobile Co.
TJAVING purchased the entire business of the H. E. Fred
A rickson Automobile Company, we wish to state that the
Chalmers and Pierce-Arrow cars will be handled in the future
by the Stewart-Toozer Motor Co
The H. Fredrickson Automobile Co. has handled Chalmers
cars in this territory for the past five years with great success
and now Mr. H. E. Fredrickson is retiring from business.
Both members of the new Company nre experienced automobile men, Mr. J. T. Stewart being con
neoled with the Mitchell Motor Co. at Omaha and Mr. G. E. Toozer having been for some time past
manager of the II. E. Fredrickson Automobile Co.
Chalmers cars have gained n good reputation in the hands of owners in this territory and we aim
to establish and maintain the reputation for good service and fair, straightforward dealings in all
transactions. Since we will have on displny in our salesroom a full line of the late models of Chal
mers Oars, we believe the task of making new friends will not be difficult.
Once a mnn investigates motor curs he becomes a motor car enthusiast and when he compares tho
rest of them, regardless of the price, he becomes a Chalmers enthusiast. Wo aro thoroughly con
vinced that the Chalmers cars offer the best value on the market and we ask you to come and seo
, those cars before placing your order. " "
We have in our salesroom all the late models of Chalmers cars and all we ask is for an opportunity
of showing you these cars.
iewart-Toozer Motor Company
2044-6-8 Farnam Street