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ACTION THE THiNi ] NEEDED B-T. PfiuwtiAl P'oads fer Sjfirlwalltj Jn Work oi the Gliurok. WORLD IN NLD OF A CHBISTLY SPIRIT i [ 1 Clinre-li JlnM Go Out ntiil Clmrr tlir i Hi-nit * of 'I lioxe Wlui Art- lii > -ft1 of Aid. Her. A. A. Pfanstlphl of Highland Part : , Chicago , preached Sunday mortilut ; at the Tiritt l're bytrri n church from the trxt "Ana nowLtird , what wait I for' My hope Is in Thee. " The Bpeaker's nermon was &n eloquent plea for spirituality in the ork cf the church , which he wdfl has not attained the nuctetB it should have reached in the past [ ' In commencing his sddrws Jlrv rfiin- Btiehl oald 'The world Is watching con- i Btantly for action 1 Und this to he true In cverj profession , I notice it In the ncws- jiiiperfc , which anallvo with gfarlug head lines which rt-qulro Hie a.tentlon of readeru 1 believe that the world needs the Chrlstly Bpi-lt more ttian MI ; thing -else" He said the intellect sought the hchool for training. i It is there , he argued , where the Impetus is i Knen for gi cater and more tucceasful iirhievemcnt , consequtotlj education needs the croBs to assist In the teaching of the ele ments which make rife succtssful or a fail ure ' ChrlM > < > cdiMl In Ilic rtinrrliFN. The opcaker spoke of a me-etlng of workIngmen - Ingmen reconti } in the cast , where a refer ence to the diuretics v as hissed , while the Bume of JCSUB wat cheered A man who had nought to find out whether or not workingmen - men are luleretted in tin ? churches , he fcairt , learned that they believed in Christ nnd In lhs life , but tficj had no smpathy lar the Institutions whlcli artt wording in v per functory wn } toda } . The si > euk < 'r urged that n manifestation of the Chrlutllke t-plrit is ueede-d In the churches. The speaker Eald "Christ's life w s invested - vested with the spiritual dement , H gave it His heart and oul , adding u touch of love no His morality , the love of Oed divested Christ's life , every act of His personality was Eurchaiged with that love The tliurch tails In Its mlBslon because of Its failure to follow Christ s example " Rev. I'fanstiehl said larger sums of monev are being given through the churchs * and other institutions to charity than tver be fore , but it is the maunei in which the Itenevolonces are performed that causes the failure in result Ttie masses hold aloof be- lause there is no FMnpathj in the relief ex tended to them , too much Is done by pros } und not enough bv personal work Charlta- l > le ins-tltutiouK are administere-d b } agents vho distribute the money hubscrilied through them in a mechanical wnver } often. ' I have learned that theie is no magnetism to the work , " he added "Back of all iaBti- tutlonal work must be a personal heartbeat warm with 6mpatli } for the one to whom iifcslstnnce is extended. " He quoted Dr J'nrkhurst's lemark , that "there is no circu lation todavwe find nothing but coagulated masses of piety in our churches , " in support of his pn&itlon The speaker referred to the hearing of the ! eper who came 'to Christ. He reached forth His hand and cleansed him Rev. I'fao- htiehl said it would have been easier for ClirJBt to lm\e said to Teter , "Go and touch that man and 1 will pay you for it. " But He Hid not -do that , and the speaker urged that therein lay thetecret of His life. He helpe-d personally. A reference then to the manner in which work is done among the poor today was made. The tpeaKer said K is ver } easy for one to kneel down on a carpet in a warm loom and pray for assistance for the poor , but It was lery dlffere-ut to go down Into a hovel aad put an arm aiouiid some unfortu nate and Irad him into the circle of God's love lie told of the noble work of the queen of Hohand , eanl of Shaftesbur } and liundreds of others occupying equally high places in life because they do not send their aid , but po into the lower walks and minister pemon- nllv to the wants of those cotifided to their rare. The church , he r.aid , must do vhat Christ did give ne-lf to the work It must go out and cheer the hearts of tfaose needing aid and raise their hope ? again N TIRKEt. Life of tinPemule IICHC-rllied lij Ilex. Vhlle. A gathering of interested women With a respectable representation of the sterner sex met Sunday afternoon in the parlor * , of the Young Women s Christian association to listen to an informal talk on "Tbe Women and Children of Turl.ej , " by the Ilev G E White , who for some years had charge of the American Mission school nt Marsovau in Western Turke- } The speaker gave u graphic description of the de-plornble condition of females- , adult and Infant , among the Tutks and Cltcassians ivho , following the doctrines of the Koran , which teaches that women are without souls und de-signed only for the gratification of tl ) vilest passions of men , regard them as nothing better than chattels und subject them to unmentionable indignities and hhumeful degradation Wome-n aie bartered und sold like beasts of burden and no at tention is puld to their spiritual or mental development Owing to the extreme privnc } of female life in Tuike } it was impossible for men to do anything in the way of lead ing them to better things The work must depend on the self-sacrificing efforts of Christian women who were willing to bear the burdens of their unfortunate bisters in the east Mr White closed with n strong appeal for the co-operation of tbe women Df Omaha in the good work Seeretnr ; AV111U nt rirM MetlioiTUt. The congregation of the Tlrst Methodist chuich was disappointed Sunda } in the ab sence of Ur Cooper of KansasCitv , who had been viperiod to (11 ( ! the pulpit A telegram lecolU'd dutlng the muriung stated that he "The way to be happy is to have a good liver and a .good heart. " You look to the heart will take care of the liver. unfi t the 1 tntnutf § psr ry Willis of th * Ttrong Slm'i nirirtaln M K ( i tlMi WM drafted ft * nub- witiitf Mr TVltHir dinrcmrt * w aorp it the nature of a practical talk tbao a net- totni and ttc ttotce for half an hour in t twy Inteirgtiug mttiner of "cw-ii in the life ( f Chrm HF MUktd pfctt irulKr at ttmtlon tc He threr vislti to th * hemiof Marj an < Martha * j > ken of by thr rhronirler * of th < NP Tfitbtti ni and from the Incident ( i : thew o"ca'i i. hp dtew a number of prac > tical IfRMJti * e * hrlmlBn serviee SOUTH OMAHA NEWS. A letter from Ralph V Krlln of thl : city Mho went to Manila with the Tire Kebranka xtOuntur Infun-n and wan killei In an engagement on l > brunrv f , of whlcl the following in a onpy , has Ju t been re colvoa by Dr W L Curtis A Mr lloll ; was popular hpre UID letter , written twelvi 'days before he met his death , will doubt legs be of interest to friends nnd rela lives At theprewpnt wrttlngve bojs are it camp about ten miles southeast of Manila Our eompan } has bean in Manila dolni clerical viork until this insurgent scafi came up 1 guess the general must havi thought u ? Nebraska boys were a blood Utility lot , for ho took us out of the CUB torn house and ordered us to be ready ti move on n moment's notice. A few dayi later wi were crdered into camp here Ou camp faces the insurgents' trenches and i the tartheM. In the interior by four mllee The first night we were in tamp the gen eral alarm vas sounded and you ought ti have seen the fun and rustling After extra ammunition had been IBBUBI to us und we hud stood under arms fo about an hour our oiluoers ordered us ti , return to camp , but to be in i eadlne&s ti jump at n moments notice We ha\e beel I aroused in a like manne-r bexetal time i slno , but the alaim alwajn pioved to b t. false one. The tempeiatute Isvcr.v . high during th day , but the nights are cool , which give us a thauce to get rest and sleep Han drilling ceems , to be the order of the da : and quite u number of the boys are 01 ihe sick list The regimental hospital is i very poor excuse , us the doctors do no I have an } thing but cotnpiessed medicines I They give pill for all diseases , but u I bad cases tbi patients are sent to the brigade ado hospital in Manila , where they recelvi proper treattnnet Unless the disease ha run too long the boys re-turn all right TweHe death : , have been icported in tbj Kansas regiment from smallpox Our leg ! ment has two cases in the Brigade hospita which are supposed to be smallpox. Jus now we have enl } eight men in the brigedi hospital , but several aie sick in quarters Tred Taylor , one member of our company died from fever a few daS ago This i the onlv man fiom Compan } L who ha : dle-d since we came here What is thi sentiment in the United States about keep ing these islands' We soldieis think tha it would be n foolish move to annex lh < Philipr-lnes Jt would take n latge aim : and navy to protect our inteiests and thi expense would lie enormous The people art the most disagreeable lot 1 c\er saw am are as a rule treacherous I want to visi China and Japan befoie returning home o it is possible In closing this letter Mr Kells sends hi 1-lndest regards to his friends in Soul ! Omaha ViiA.i < iUh for the Uiiiiiin ; Train. The suggestion that the Belt line oper ate u dummv train between Omaha and thi cit } is being favorabl } considered by man ; of the emplo.ves of the corporations her who live in the north part of Omaha. J petition has been pent to the Belt lin managers asking that a dumm } service b instituted If this is done the trip fror Omaha can be made mucfn more qulclcl ; and without a change of ears Those wh aie compelled to go back and forth on th street ears cverj day assert that the sen it now given is far from satisfactor } In th first place the cars are antiquated and ueail ; half of the motors and trailers used hav flat wheels. There was a meeting of in terested parties at the Live Stock exchang the other dav. when the question of bette street car facilities was thoroughly dis cussed It was suggested that ever } othe train itm to the end of the line at Thirtv third and Q streets , the intermediate train stopping at Twent-fourth and N stree-tf With display cards on through trains i IE thought that the packing house emplo.ve could be accommodated to better advantage leaving the short line trains for the use o the residents of this cit } . It it understood that a recommendation o this sort will be made to the directors o the stree't car tompan } by the commissioi merchants at the exchange Should the Bel line put en a dummy train the travel 01 the street car line would 1 > e greatly reducei and coneldering the service now given : great many people who are einploed her and live In Omaha assert that they wouli patronire the dumm } in preference to th street cars For Stock. 12i dm nut * C oiiolilcrntioii At the regular monthly me-etiug of tb South Omaha Live Stock exchange , whic ] will be held toda } , a resolution will b offered pertaining to the price paid bj pack ers for condemned animals At the presen time when a carcass is condemned by i government inspector the packer allows tb shipper J2 This , amount is deemed toi small b } the commission men and an ef fort will be made to have the price laisoi to ? 5 , which is the amount paid nt Chicag for animals which fall to pass governmen Inspection Several of the managers of th packing bouses have asserted thnt the } nr willing to pa } Chicago prices for comlemne steers and it is not thought that there wil be any difficulty atiout making the desiiei arrangement. or Itt-iiulillrnii I'rliiinrloh , It has been decided b } the republica : city central committee to allow four delr gates from e-nch watd at the comlnr cit ; convention This will make a total jopip seutation of sixteen Primaries will be hel at the following plwes on March 17 fo the purpose of selecting these sixteen dele gates rirst ward Gluugow block , Twcnt } fourth street , near N Btient. Second ward- McGuckeu hotel , Tweutj-sixth and Qstieoti Third waid Evans hall Twent-eight and R strteits Fourth ward Ilaiber shoat at Thlrt-second and K stieets. The cor vcnticii will be held on March IS ut PI vouka'B hall , Twontj-fourth and L street ! Mairir Cit ? GohKlji. Officeir Caldwell is now acting as Ca ; jailor * A meeting of the city council Is booKe for tonight The regular monthly mooting of the Soar of Education will be held tonight Yenerdav was a ve y oulet day in pollc circles not single arrest bolng tnude. John Lebold fell on the sidewalk near th McGucken hotel Saturday and broke one ( i his legs There will be a meeting of the democrat ! cit } central committee at Judge Levj's ofllc Tuesday evening. Workmen were amployeid nil da } tesUaida in rotlntlug the council chamber and th other cit ) utUceifi It is understood that Grew. Mills i Co the Chicago sheep bUnrs , will locate branch h ( uiw ID this uit } Tuemdav evening the Commercial tlub wi ! hold i. meeting in the council cnatulxi fu the purpose of pwfwtlug an wgaalwui. u Elmer ton of Mr and Mrs Otto VA'urtE bud ; TUirtv-ninth and R btreent. is rapjdl rfoovwlnb from u severe attack of piieu mouia The cit } uounc.il. the maor und othur tit citUciaU lutve tweu cited to uiieiar in Jutlf ; Jliekiuwiii'g court tUis afieruonu and bo csuw whv a special tux lev.v thould nat I inude to paj a pur ion cf tbe old i i.t > > T'JI 'p-p-rii ' luUjrc'tuT l u CM. . " e1 ls"\ ' - ' 'I ' be tnl - ltr - roil'uuat-'e w > in r > ii- ihe r'tj ' * I'Eie 'o - - T ' u'uTey j-t- > ? a s'a iciM frrlesun uhrw'np ! he rxptr-e tu b jrn wcu'3 tlitaj Thote lu ft ; ta tee ) to Oils * tfcat th * mattw pan he amlcuMv ad- JnntM ) without un enfoicptnent of the ord "t Imupd t y Judce Dlcklncoti 3 Svan * Jr of Kmnmm la ln * 12 ? , head of Altrfl eii-Atiitun ra'tlc at the stork yard" : The-ns latirj- bred cuttle will be TOW at auction on Thurd y atid Prlduv o ! this * * fk. The rattlwfrr lirtrticht over sevcml days abrne ! trf the ml in order to * HOT ; tbai to rwrt after the journpy Brwd rs of lancv cattle asnert thiii the herd i * th Rnefrt of the Kind rver uppn hpre and it I * "Jtpp-ted thai the bidding will b ? quite spirited when the sale rpwis BACK FROM COLUMBUS MEET 'i liitrtiilt'tif 1'cnfK' DlTukM'K tlic oT ' nine M-lioolN that lie ' 1 think the meeting at Columbus com pared favorably w.th most other meetings of the department rf superintendence The u'- tendaneevas large and those pt eso.nl at tended the meeting * w ell " said Superintend ent Pearse , who recently returned from the educational convention | "Nebraska had six representatives there I Going 1 spent n day in tup Manual Training I ( school in Indianapolis Returning I spent | ono dcy in Clev eland one In Toledo , and I two in Chicago , inspecting especially tb 1 manual training equipment and science laboratories "Chicago , educatlonallv is much torn up jtast now. Changes In superintendent and in I plans of school administrations have caused some stir , and some proposed school legisla tion is causing a good deal more The 1 mavor. the school lioard the superintendent , | and the teachers hold different vlevs about certain features of the proposed school IDA and discussion over Borne rf these points wnxee oainest at Intervals. "Yes Chicago has mnnv good schools and many fine teachers , earnest and efficient , The city is possessed of n spirit of progress and neaily ever } ' new thing educationally is being tried somewhere in the schools One feature of these schools linpi eases an out side vlsitoi nt once Severn ! years ago two hot-tempered principals in n fit of wrath lost their self-control and punished some boys unmercifully. In the popular indignation following this the school board made a rule forbidding an } corporal punishment In the schools Such punishment Is very properly | in disfavor Sentiment every wheie Is I against the free use of it and it is rarely I resorted to in any schools today It is not 1 f 01 bidden In Omaha , but IB piactically nevet used except ns a last resort , where the i choice so ms to lie between using it to make some bad bo } behave himself in school or pending him out from school upon the street to hecoine a worse bo } "In Chicago all the children know physical punishment is forbidden and many of them piesume upon the knowledge to aunov their j fellow pupils and make the life of the [ teacher a burden. Ten boys in those schools need a good spanking toda } , wheie one would need if he knew that when he did need it someone had the authorit } to admin ister it to him This situation results in two things Scores of bos me e-very jear sus pended from the schools to be educated upon the fctteots who might by a deserved and reasonable punishment be made to behave and kept in school Every } ear scores of the best teachers are having the verv ll\es worn out of them by the persistent , often F\Btematic mlsbeha\ior of a small number of troublesome children Such child ! en often desire nothing more than to be suspended from school The poor or selfish teacher soon reports them for exclusion fiom school ' or gHes up trying to keep her school in or der The good teacher who has too much 1 real interest in the boy to send him out on the street , and who has a rtandard of con duct and attention which she feels the pupils in her care should maintain is the one who suffers And the tortue n cruel bnj will in flict upon a helpless mouse or kitten is mild I compared to that such a boj will inflict upon I a teacher who lo es him too much to ha % " him suspended and who is helpless in deal ing with his hardened little soul because the onH practicable approach to it lies through his bodj which bi the rules of her emploj- I ers is sacred and no one must touch This wtiks bill L. the Orpheum IF good I but it suffers In < mpanson with the ag gregation of stars ln-ought together last week It matters not , however for the show draws like a plaster and the house was overflowing ncu.n Suudux evening The Crane brothers , in a boisitrous circus act courteous ! } termed comedietta ' Mudtonn Rubes , " Herbert s troupe of educated dogs , I which excels anything of this sort seen in i Omaha and is all ncw "business , " Deonzo biothers , champion barrel jumpers , A ! Wil son , a funny German comedian who makes } ou giggle continuously at his parodies and Cnwthoinisms , and Delia Rocca the famous Spanish maiden , with her violin all these are entertainers of the first order The } this week s bill from the commonplace Some of the otheis are good , or better , and 'were ' kjndly received 1 However , Cbailes Sline and Ollie Evans make n trying twenty minutes of it in "A TjisUy Doctor , " which is moie than half bad and savors of a Clark stree museum The } burlesque and King inain to amuse Yet the galler.v recalled them and uiianl- I inousl } bowled down the we ailed ones The | MatWL'cf troupe of four is very fair and J does a seiies of marvelous tjmtiies Giaclnta Delia Roeea is the young rau- ' Meal devotee -who eet Havana people b } the ears It is a lare pleasure to htar her I 'perform ' and her artistic rendition of two I classical pieces is euificlcnt to impress one i that she is an artist who ornaments the vaudeville stage She IB young and some what nf a novice and undoubtedly will come in for a great deal of adulation in this l country- This refreshing young Cuban beauty wields the. bow like a master . | Al Wilson's pnrod } , "Only We. " and his , ' lullaby are the hits of his turn. His stories . ' provoke a continual round of laughter. 1 Trod T Herbert's dog performance is ex- i collent and will make the liearts of children i icjoice His clog "DinV does a vondeilul . thing "Dink" climbs a fifty-foot perpcn- . dicular ladder and dives into a not soine- . thing that for surpasses the cat Jump in u | parachute. ] The Deonzo brothers arc a pair nf marvol- ' i ens high jumpers and evoke great applause ThiB , w ith the "Mudtown Jlubes" by the 1 , Crane comedians , constitutes a bill that is > big and variud enough to do a big busmen ? 1 I nil week ana redeems some of the "fill- ' Pr Bull's Cough Syrup has been sold for i over llfty years and is- still the most popular ' medicine for throat and lung tiouble ! , ( t u r < 'k. j ' A series of illustrated lectuics , constitut ing the first annual review of Egvptian architecture under thi auspices of the art section of the \Vomtns < l"b vill be r'en ' W Uif Tirm Congregati nal ih > nh at 4 p m next SauirdiH Th sul'trct ' of the first lecture it , l the Nih to the Tiret Cut- 1 uract How to Prevent Falling Hair , Scalp Hurnprsjind Dandruff. Warm shampoos wi.li c i TirniA Fo.tr , Jol- ; loveid in li lu dre ssiigfi wiih C rricrut , pureit if em Uimit IU n cures , v ill ilevr the i ncalji .q \ hu r of rrns't ni b. tuu dai dn.il , , cooth'rritatiup ; aii 1 it * "ig B "rfape-5 , fc * TTU . i late the hasr i j ! iris , B IJ 'v thu r > " 't w "h j ] cuerpr and uourit'im" ! ' tr j tui j mCuee i | luxuriant hurTiUi cle&i vrholtacuue ncilj. AIR IS USED AS A POWER i Examples of Its Energy May Be Swn at tie Union Pndfio Shops , LOCOMOTIVES ARE LIFTED BY ITS FORCE I.nlmr-Mn Ins Mnflilnrrj ol All Ivln It , ItiiltiK IJn1j nt tinlxnii | c of M tin u nl l.nlinr In TliU IIH c of ImluMrj , If there be one commodity more than an other with which nature has lavishly be stowed Nebraska that oonunoditj is air in faI , so abundant Is the supply that KB pi e * cnce would go entirely without remark weie it not that nne'e attention is outa- sloiiBllj- drawn to Us disorder ) ; conduct < m the street corners and Its nefarious habit of stealing lints on the public hlghwuv It may have been pranks lil.c the-M thnt set n certain inventive genius to speculating on the benefits that would accrue trim tin harnessing of a force which , when left to gad about w lit , own tree will , did little but waste its time in mischief. A visit to the cxteUBUe Union Pacific jnn- rhlne shops in this city is of inteiest in a hundte-d ways , but especially in the inspection - tion of the multitude of modern appliances for the use of compressed all. The t'nion Tarlflc has evldentl.v grasped the ecotiomj and adaptability of the scheme , for besides being cheap and Inexhaustible nir IB vattlj cleaner and not nearly so dangerous as steam When one hears the clatter and bant ; and sees huge monsters of engines lifted and tossed about as a man might toss a sack of feathers it is dlfurult to 10- allze that it Is done by no other agencj than the force of compressed air seeking Its Hbertj But BO It is , for bolts are driven riveted and tightened , borings aie drilled , machinery is kept in motion and hammers strlk.0 1.200 blows to the minute in obedi ence to the demands of escaping air. I M-H nf tli < - Air. Air is one of God s free gifts and com panies get it nt the tame rte as ordinary indhlduals Two powerful engines supply the tanks which are Kept full at a pressuie of from 100 to ICO pounds to the squaie inch These tanks are connected bj tubes with e > verj part of the shops , conveying the cur rent to an } part it-quired. The officials al lege that compressed air is in eery re spect superior to steam or electricity , the latter being dangerous and uncertain , while steam is subject to extremes of heat and cold , besides its natural tendencj to damp ness The shops giv e employment to 1 000 pair cf hands in and about the woil , in Omaha It is a complicated , but well managed sjs- tem bv which everj man , from the laborer who gathers scrap iron and convejs it to wheie it is melted and beaten into car axles , to the mechanic in the machine shop is Kept busj and active In his own peculiar line Toraieilj the company manufactured its own loccmotives , but censed on the plea that it could saie money bj buying them , so the main dutj of the workshops is the repairing and refitting of engines which are contlnuallj brought In from the road Every engine is brousht into the hospital at least cnce a year and undergoes a eom- plte overhauling It is shifted bv mtans of e-impresved air to a place designated , where by the same medium it is bwung in the air while its wheels are taken off and rolled awaj to have their tires scraped and giound till ev erj trace of crease and ridge has dis appeared. Then comes new piping for the boiler , tightening and lefittlng of the cab and a general repainting and brightening up all around before it is ready. Ile-iuilr * Com rMonej. The eost of an engine amounts to about S10 000 , and it costs in the neighborhood of U 200 jearlj to keep It in repair so it will be seen that it is quit" an item o" ex pense , though of course the earnings are immenselv in excess of its keep With the ever inci easing speed incident to railroad traflic great trouble was at first ex perienced in the friction bearing parts but the use of a newlj Invented composite known as "babbit , " composed of tin lead and antimony , has largely disposed of that difficuln The life of an engine averages about ten jears. thus aggregating in cost and repair * , about $22,000 It would require a great deal of space to do justice to the complicated machinery in these workshops , it would requlie a great deal more to give even a meager descrip tion of the Aork this machiner } performs in the construction and gi ooming of the iroa horse This is the age of machinery and an inspection of the multitude of laborsaving - saving dei ires almost gives rise to the ap- prtbension that the next twentj years will tee nothing left foi the human hand to do bejond pressing the ie\er which sets the machiner } in motion For instance , where scores of tinsmiths were emploved In making buckets , oil cans ash pans , etc , there are now emplojed enl } a few operators to attend the machines , which automatical ! } cut and hammer into shape hundieds of these utensils in the I counse nf a day The same with the making of bolts where a single blow from a pneu matic hammer forms the head and sends it forth complete All this maj be of pleasing interest to the economist , but for the old-time trades man the outlook is blue enough , but trudes- jnen , along with others , seem to have learned the lesson of keeping abreast of th times , and moieover theic maj be comfort in the reflection that with every new iu- l mention there is opened up a new industry and a freth demand for mechanical skill. LIVELY TIMES WITH MICE Little niiiiaU Cnu c Ciiiihlfriint K J'l'imile Kmiildj ! nt tin1'iit.tolllce. . With all the magnlllcence that surrounds the occupants of The federal office * in the postofllce bul.'ding there istill one draw- | back. There ore mice l Wher * the mice- came from If a msteij , hut in f.pi'6 of the ne'vvr.essof the huildlng and the. solid clone and marble tif Us con struction , 'tocre are hundreds of the small animals tatnpam onever } floor. The'j aie Jill about half grown und the } scamper over i the tik'd floors as f rtel } as though the } w en the only occupant * , of the building The } are a source of amusement to the male em- po ! } s , who art training some of the-m in surprising feats of iciteJligence , but their presence is a constant menace to the com fort of tb ( 'orrti or no younR WOTDMI who poutil 'vfwwrltwc nnfl Alvpltv ibf tiwet pa ten F in f ilk wmrr n4 t tlor-m th' Bkirts in tbe vnNmifr nfftm A frletidrr iorurston of t cx > uile of hiUf-tiunpd roiVtjtt ie tt ) fl - UR ! for rnw l mov TO ! t toward an tin- preptmblf pnlt.loti oil UK top * of the flwks tin a thin in mlTit/itipa ! wuh unwarvrtui ; d - tcrmlnftuon until thr Jui.otand tht rk-rlm In that panlniUr portlro of tbf Imilfllnc hftve orjtantr.oa a rev-ulnp party &nd fiirrens- fully dlsr-ciRPd the intJ-tier Half n dotefa of the rode-nts are miutHicrod rvery morn4nc. but their number does not appear ; o to- Cutodl n Wocidworth has been p- to to tak * OT P tcrasurM to abate the aulutirv and npput > Mar h l Ackmaan has proaljpd to bring e enuplp nf dozen cats from liit ranch to pro'e t lir feminine work- erR vi ho ere now In a cute of continual liar K fe KEARU ABOUT TOWN. % ic JYerUent \ \ I > < iinlMi of the X nicm Tatific tame in on the .ifti uut u t'iiin } s oi- claj lo be pieset , at tbe c muien cement this morning of tbe Bale otdeied under n mori- gage foreelosure decree of Uie federal court of t'nion ' I'aclBc lands in thU state , Wyoin * ing , Coloraflo and t'tah. Me wns accom panied by L R Cornell of New York. , 'udcp Carnlsh denied that hie ilslt was paiticularly connected with the sale He said IIP was simply on his way to the west to look after the interests ; of the Oregon Shoit Line , of which he IE president , hut as the sale was to take place he incidentally Btoppod over to see how It went. Land Com- missiouoj Blrdsall A McAllaster of the Vnlon I'aclilc met him nt the Mlllard , where the party was stopping nnd they were clos- eited together for some time "I cannot Sny anything about the sale. " said Mr Cornish , "as myvisit here , though opportune , IB not really counucte-d with it I happen to be on m } way to the west and stopped off quite natural ) } because tomorrow- is the time tiet for the sale. Whether there will be any bidding to speak of I do not know 'Just what the prospective plans of the t'uion Pacific aie Jn the way of possible extensions cf its sstem I flo not care to discuss nt this time I will say that thejre are about fiftoeen propositions of more or IOES feasibility befoie tbe company for ex tensions on the Pacific coast , hut none of them is being seriously considered 1 think the company will pay moie attention this year to putting its roadbeds in moie perfect condition and to uee'ded improvements in its general equipment " Re-v B B Nacarka of Bomba } , India , IB in the city the guest of Rev Newton M Mann of fully church for the purpcte of giving several lectures on modern Hinduism nnd tbe social and domestic phase's of life in i his native country He is a traveling icpre- | s-entative of the Brahmo Somaj , the great ' liberal society in Hindustan , having its headquarters in Calcutta In rellcion Mr Nagarka is a latitudinarian or rationalist He seeks to show that theie is much of harmou } In the tenets of the Oriental rei i Ilgious nnd the advanced thought of the Occident ' cident This is the gre'at object of the Brahmo Somaj He obtained some distinc tion at the parliament of religions during the World's Pair at Chicago This is his second end xislt to this country since "The Brahmo Somaj " be explained , "was started In Ih30 by Ram Mohon Roy for the purpose of harmonizing all leligions and to reform the religious nnd social life of India It has at least greatly improved the condi tions of Hindu women and as one result of its work the 'zenana , ' or institution of fe male seclusion is , in a measure , disappear ing The 'zenana' is a Mohammedan institu tion and is most general in the province of the Punjaub in northern India Doubtless a reason for it was found many centuries ago in the fact that the -various religions of the Hindus had divided the people into bitter schisms nnd the purpose of the 'zenana' was primarily for the protection of women against possible attack. But in time it de generated into an institution more or less humiliating and debasing In its character What the status of woman is in Moham medan countries is common knowledge of the world. We do not wish to criticize the customs of other leligioiis , but to point out that we live in a new era and the time has come for the liberation of women generall } from institutions of this natuie "Numerically tbe membership of the Brahmo Somaj is not -very laige , though its influence is far-reaching and its teach ings are gradual ! } transforming Hindu cus toms Ours is a titanic task when jou con sider the hundreds of millions af people with whom we have to come into contact and the persistency with which the average Hindu holds to his particular belief. We piobably have some 1CODD members alto gether and theie aie about 100 branches of tbe soeietv Reall } there is not so much difference in religions us ipeople suppose The ethleal teachings of all are good , but tbe poetical concepts of theogony and cos- mogen } are widel } diverse The trinit } of Brahmanisin , known as Bralima , Vishnu and Shiva , really stand for the gieat func tions in the processes of nature , the cre ative preservative ana destructive. All the races could agree on this , but the Hindus have instifled the great underlying truths with a mass of poetical peisonlflcullons and deifications BO that the leal priiu-iples are e'ntirel } hidden. We have much in com mon with Theosophy , although we aie not identified closely with it My subject to night at Uultj church will he 'India and Her People , The.r Social and Domestic1 Life , ' and I will discuss the 'zenana then " Mr Nagarka'J. tour will last about e-le-ven mouths this time He will go from heie to Iowa and Chicago Geneial T H Stauton of Washington ar rived } esteidaj Mori is J Jones of Red Oak , la. , vas at the Murray } esterda } N. H Kllptttritk and S P. Kilpatilcl. of DRINK GrWO Lftcr you have concluded that you ought not to drink cofle-e It ifc not a medicine but doctors o'der It becaus It is healthful. In- vlcoratlnp and appetizing It is made iron pure grains und has that rich seal brown rolor and tastes like the. finest grades of roKtt and costs about ' as much Children llVe It and thrive on It beeaute It Is u pen- ulne food drink coiuUiilnp nothing but m > uriPhmni Ask } our grocer for Grain-O , the new food Crlnli. liJc end > c. The Greater America Lives No mutte-i what the action of co llve < heeuube iheie i merit in it j HLe theie Is merit In the Haiian Mioe- the M > lfb are rljiht lu Mjle rlphi in lit a perfect shoe in eicrj way AVeaie the exclusive apeiitb lor Omaha fi > i Uiese she fS fet liuth men anil \ \ 'mui I > re.Shoomau takes > pieut pride in fchcivMiit : them and lm > v\- Imvv to tit Hhoe KH that jou fret comft n ami weai from thm The Hunan feline * ait ui patent It-atlier , turn * and lilad.s-till Mae * and all widttii We-ai a Hunan oiu-e and > ou re a I la nan ion ver Drexel Sltoe Co. , l 'i to-d.te blioc ItiD > e 1410 FARNAM STREET. Cheap washing soaps and powders , too , With alkali are strong ; The dire destruction which they do Is sure to show ere long. But Ivor ) ' Soap will never hurt The fabric , howe'er tender ; It makes short work of stain and dirt , But no work for the mender. CDPYFIIUHT innci BV THE PROCTER i. OAMBLt DO CINCINNATI Newcastle , Wyo , railroad contractors and cattle men. are In the cit < i , accompanied bj their wives G 3 Ireland T W Tanner. W E Rose and W r Leutt of the Wesleyan quartet , Lincoln , were in the c-lty jenterdav George Adj. general passenger agent of the Union Pacific nt Denver , and Cit > Pas senger Agent E J Tutlle of Denver are at the Millard. W R Kellj general solicitor for the t'nion Pacific returned jesterduj from New Toik Citv , where he has he-en for several weeks He was accompanied bj Mrs Kelly Lawrence Gte'er of New York uttoruej for the Vnion Trust eompanj which is trustee for the sinking fund mortgage -under which the Vnion Pacific lands will be sold arriveid jesterday to be present at the Bale- in the interest of hie company. | Nebraskans at the hotels George N Vaughn , North Platte. T Arrifigton , Chad- ion , J C Jordan Goidon , H. A. Cox , Chadron , John Keith , Sutherland. Luke Ferln Greeley , E H Luikart , Norfolk. P. J Langdon , Gretna , E r. Schmidt , Ban croft At the Murrav J H Grady Denver Mrs T J LaSelle , Lexington Morris M Jones , Red Oak la . G L Prutchett , Tairbur } M G Campbell. Des Molnes , B Aspinwall , New York , H Wetzler , Milwaukee. J D Youngman. Chicago , r L Joj. Fremont , W. R Wentworth , Cloquet , W. H Schaeffer - fer , Kansas Cltj , D 1 Bjcrs Cincinnati , E. J. D.vlins , Chicago , H. M. Levy , New York Sherman E Day of Et Paul the special master who will sell the Union Pacific lands totlRj. nrrlved in Omaha jesterdaj After finishing his work here he will go to Jules- burg , where be will sell the Colorado lands on Wednesday ; then to Cbejenne on Thurs day to sell the Wyoming lands and to Salt Lalte on Saturday to bell tbe Utah lands. He will leturn to Chejenne on the following Monday , where tbe second eale of the Wyoming1 lands will be made At the Mlllard Mrs E M Sanford Kan sas Citj H C Tuttle , New York. Charles D Ettinger. Chicago C M Matthews , Burlington la Lawrence Greer New York , J E Blackman Reading , Pa H H Ja- eobson New Yoik Shetinan E. Dav , St Paul , Minn , L C Bricker , Tac-oma , Wil liam Leitch , Chicago H P Blodgett Knob Nester Mo , D J Brazada , Wisuer Neb D O Damelson , L M Dver , Milwaukee B C. Courtney Kansas Citv , Chailes Roe E E Stockton Biistol , Conn George Adv. E J Tuttle Denver Charles H Knobel New York AV E Wilmer Denver Al H. Wilson New York , T F Hedlev St Louis F H Roe Denver , J M MeNamara Mil waukee W D Cornish. St Paul Minn L H Cornell , New Yorl Arda La Crox and wife Miss Niblo Miss Dubois nnd Miss Hammond of the John Dillon company For frost bites , burns indolent sores , eczema * , lin disease and especiallj Piles , De Witts Witch Harel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who trv to imitate und count erf e > it It. It'E their end rrsement of a good article AlftaVS Bougtll l'in1 [ Vcu Have Aluays Bought H VP Always Bought COBURG WANTED AT JOLIET Identified n n Mnii AVho lYim Out on u H C Coburg , vho was arrested for rob bing se-veral ihouses , has 1 > e-en identified at. Thomas 3 Ritchie , who it wanted at the Joliet , 111. , penitentiary for jumping his parole He was pent up from Geneva 111 for burglary. He is 36 yearn of age and has a. wife and two children. He is known in Jauesvllle , WIs , Aurora and Elgin 111 where he has done Borne work. He made no attempt to denj his identitj Hewill not ( ell , however , where he Las concealed anv stolen goods , but the police have knowledge of two or three robberies in which he par ticipated Emll Chollman , who wns arrested , with Mary AndeTson , for disorderly conduct and who tried subsequently to end his own life b } hanging himself in his cell was released on bond Sunflnv , as IIP had recovered and did not feel like making an } furthejr attempt upon Ills owe life SALOON MEN IN TROUBLE i.lqmir Dealer * lu .lull lij nn on of t lolntlnjc > umlnj Cloxlnc Order. Sunday was a hard day on the saloon men , as several of them got behind the bars be fore its close Three -were arrested -er } early in the morning lor keeping open after liours. They were John Achatz , HOI Jack son street , John Shannon , 124 North Tenth street , and Samuel Kardowskl , ! i02 Capitol avenue. L Jesperson , Thirteenth and Harne } and Herman Schaofe-r , Twent-fourth and Cum- ing stre-ets , were found with their places of business open and arrested The } will have complaints charging them with ke-eplng open and selling on Sundaj , illed against them. MOJI. in Chicago at the Grand Pacific hotel Fin est in the we-st Service and cuisine unsur passed Write for rate * Drugs That am pure , fresh and reliable , are the only kind we use in compounding Prescriptions Only competent and gradu ate pharmacists employed. We can fill any Prescriptions. THE ALOE & PENfOLD CO , , Larcctt nt-tull DrueHoune. . 14OS Farnam. OMAHA. OPPOSITE PAKTON HOTEL We do the Framing Da il for u.ot-t till Onmlin do it f > o cheap that jou oui/t afford to po lo the lumbei jutcl und fret eiminou moulding nnd iimKe them joui.-elf we linvp a Rri'at l > ip fuctorj' on Ixard Mrot't tlicn vtjiiuUo tin-in bftti-r than you can , lor we have nii'ii Unit do nothing elKs l > ut iriaUtiraiiu" - continually at it makes their work pt'ifectlou Hundietls of new und deshnlile mouldings to M-le-cl Iriin and vvoik delivered in twenty-lour joui old ph tures iff rained. A. HOSPE , Wf ctlrlirntf tmr T.IU l > uhlnr i KI - irrmrjOct. . - i < 1 , l ilfl. Music ECU Art. 1513 Our Table Spread At the i educed price * of one-half our fonuei cliarprt , is jiixivinp quite a Mie- eefrb- the bu inehh men ujid women en- Mullj me takiiiir jitlviuitupi' \ > f out menu whic'h is nb elahorate now at. ln > fni ilie tut The M'rvjce. ton , is jtiht f > Itiu We MlMi t.i jianicularlj c-all at- teuiiun lo our Mi ] > peii > liojn Ti.od to 8 50 in the same i educed prue-t , Nowhwe iti omaha ean Mii-ii a hupppi IK * loiaid ii mutter what thepriei jou pa j Try it. ti s. eieninK and the-n jou will eoiuo BALDUFFS , LU ta 2:30. Supper-S O U 1520 Farnam BL