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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1902.
TI1REE LINKS IN EVIDENCE Ltrp Attandanca at Grand Lodga of Hsbraska Odd Telltwi. SOCIALISTS CONTEST TOR A PLACE Lfaeala Ma Iaalala that Pat Crowe ia Mlseel If la Ikf Rereat Trala Robbery at tbc Cap ital (Mr. (Prom a Btaff Correspondent. LINCOLN. Oft. 14. (Special.) Nebraska Odd Fellowship ti In annual session In Lin coln and will continue so for three days. ; The serlna of meetings acbeduled Is almost ' continuous, and the attendance Is said to !be larger than has been customary In years past. The opening meeting , of the aeries ' wm - tho session of the grand , encampment In Odd Fel lows' ball this morning, when the creden tials of delegate were passed upon, the ! working committees appointed, and degrees ' conferred upon many of the mem'uni. The ; grand lodge proper met for Its Initial ses I alon this evening In representative ball .at tbe state capltol, after which the Inltia I tory and Drat degrees were conferred by 'the two Lincoln lodge. Nos. 11 and 138. At jthe same time the Daughters of Rebekah : were In session In the senate chamber. ' After the assembly degree had been con . ferred many of the visitors repaired to Odd ! Fellows' hall, where Charity lodge No. 1 of this city was working In the degrees. Tomorrow morning a greatly enlarged at tendance is expected and formal extension :tt welcome will occur In repreaentative hall, Governor Savage delivering the ad dress. Following the responses by proml rent members of the order from out In the state will be held a reception, and at 11 a. m. the business aesslon of the grand lodge will begin. At 1:30 p. tn., there will be a .parade. In which visiting Odd Fellow, led by tbe Patriarchs' Militant, will traverse the principal streets. There vlll be a number of floats in the procession, representing phases fit the secret work. Following the parade grand lodge' work will be resumed. In the evening at the Windsor will occur the department council of Patriarchs' Mili tant, while a meeting of paat grand musters and patriarchs will be held at the same time at the Llodell. ' At 7:30 tn the evening econd degree work will be exemplified In representative hall by No. 138 of this city, and third degree work by No. 11. At t 'o'clock Rebekah degree staff work will be shown by Columbian lodge No. 90 In Ma sonic hall, and a Rebekah reception will follow. The series of meetings will close Thursday morning with a grand lodge ses sion In representative hall. Reports of officers show three new camps organized In Nebraska during tbe year and an Increase of 148 in membership. Rival Socialist Ticket. Rival factlona of the socialists presented to the secretary of state today the claims nt each for a place upon the official bal lot of It socialist ticket. George E. Baird was present, accompanied by Charles B Prlchard as counsel. He advocated the integrity of the ticket nominated by a committee chosen for that purpose and en dowed with that authority by a delegate convention held In Omaha September 8 The other side was reprasented by George W. Wray of South Omaha, J. Phlpps Roe and J. R. Burleigh. The latter were for the ticket nominated at a mass convention held In Omaha September 2. It waa stated today that a mass convention was held be cause the -secretary of state had said that that waSulhCiarar la irfilch. to act the socialist ticket upon the ballot In view of the fact- that ft had not polled 1 per cent of tbs vote at the preceding state election. Burleigh Insisted that na evidence should be taken by the secretary of slate, but that b should be guided by the certificates of Domination on file. . Secretary Marsh de cided that Inasmuch as neither party had filed any protest within three daya of the filing of opposition tickets, he could not take testimony. There waa a great deal of pointed discus sion and at ono time it waa stated' that Burleigh had been deposed from his posi tion In the Douglas county or state or ganisation, that the national committee had aanctloned hla removal and that he had surreptitiously taken possession of the charter of the Nebraska organisation. Secretary Marsh finally announced that h would reach a conclusion tomorrow as to the respective merits of the contestants. Intimating that he may conclude to put both ticketa on the ballot. In which case he would choose some other name for one of them. Coalda't Keep Pat Crowe Oat. One of tbe weird atorlea floating around concerning tha recent train robbery con nects with It tha nam of Pat Crowe. This story Is given currency by an ex-detective who Is now engaged In the real estate busi ness. He insists that Pat Crow la now driving an express wagon fof s local trans fer company, and la living In company with a woman wboae hair Is dark on day and light tha next. "I am satisfied that I could put my hand upon en of tbs men - who robbed th train," said thla ex-detective, "and he would prove to be no other than Pat Crowe. , I know him and know that he la here. Five day after lb Cudahy kidnaping he was la Lincoln and the money obtained from Cudahy waa divided here." Th ex-detectlv who makes this asser- ' tlon la regarded as a truthful man. Flnkertou detectives reached Lincoln yesterday and have taken up 'the search for the train robbera. They called before them all of the train men who were at the scene . ef action and heard their stories, and - called at the police atation to secure the two coats which were picked up the morn ing after tbe robbery near the point where th train waa first stopped. Ckars4 .with Oplaa laisgillss. A warrant waa Issued tonight at th In stance of tha authorities of th peniten INDIVIDUALITY That) tha Word! BEER MILWAUKEE 'tissfrsw a aoodoax aS its awn. Unmiof frudgOMnt excrciic4 tk trUftinn oi malarial. kuld bw BUts method oi br tw in. m tha main factors respon sible tor Blati charactctw BLATZ MALT-VIVINE Noa-lnloiirirt SUMMER TONIO Au imiiwis r Uuo4. VAL BUn BREYUtfi CO, MtattkM U MA 11 .4 bKAAt If v tiary for the arrest of Harry A. Harris. a Lincoln carpenter who ha been employed at the prison, charging him with having carried Into the prison and delivered to one of the prisoner four ounce of opium. The prisoner had furnished him th money with which to procure th drug, with th purpo of selling it again to other prls oners, as all kinds of narcotics are in de mand among the convicts. The offense Is alleged to have been committed today. It was elated at the governor' office that the offense la punishable with Ave years Im prisonment, or $1,0X fine, or both. Mllkmes Raise Price. The milkmen of the city have caught th prevalent spirit of unionism, and have or ganised at: association, th Immediate re sults of which will be th raising of th price of milk 26 per cent. Instead of twenty quart tickets for $1, only sixteen will here after be given. The price of milk has also been raised from 25 to M cents a gallon. Taxation Qaeatloa. At the annual meeting of the Unlon-Com-merlcal club tonight Secretary Rewlck re ported as to hla Investigations Into the workings of tbe system of Individual as sessments In vogue In Omaha and Lincoln, for purposes of taxation. He holds that It la tbe best system yet devised for fur nishing municipalities with sufficient sums for proper running of affairs, while at the same time protecting it against the pay ment of nnjust and undue proportions of state and county tax. Lincoln, he dis covered, had been paying 45 per cent more of county taxes than It should with .county and city property based on th same aver age rat of assessment to real valuation. He also recommended that tbe club use Its beat office to secure the foreclosure of some 1250,000 of city and county taxea now unpaid on suburban lots that have been abandoned by their awners because, of too great a burden of taxea. He thinks that $150,000 In caah could be realised besides placing fie property again on the reveune producing list. Waylaid aad Robbed. Xarler Keetler, an old resident of the city, got paid off for his summer's work on the farm last evening. Part of the money he left with a down-town saloon keeper and shoved the rest Into hla pocket. He took a car for home, but did not notice that he waa being followed until a block from home, when a young man who had been In the saloon when be flashed his roll came up and demanded hla money. Kestler declined and a moment later got a knock on the head which rendered him senseless. He lost about $20. A 4aetloa of Sanity. Edward D. Brodboll, a barker of Lindsay. Piatt county, secured the appointment today by Judge Holmes of the local dis trict court of a commission to examine into the aanlty of Mrs. Henrietta Zeaaln, who Is a large land owner near his town and who has a deposit of between $15,000 and $20,000 In hla bank. Mora-all Goea to Prlsoa. Ed Morgall, who was sent to tbe peni tentiary October 10, 1901. from Douglas county to serve seventeen years on con viction of rape, la again lodged within the prison waiia aier an aleut.e therefrom since last February. In the latter month he developed a clear case of Insanity and upon the finding of the Inssntty board of the penitentiary waa removed to the Insane hospital for treatment. Today, upon the certificate of Superintendent Greene of the insane hospital to the effect that be had recovered hla mental health, Morgall was ordered back to the prison by the gov ernor. " Articles of Incorporation have been Bled by the National Investment company of Omaha, the declared purpose of which la dealing "In real estate. , Ita capital stock la placed at $600,000 and It Incorporators are Henry J. Windsor, Conrad Young and Jamea H. Mcintosh. Horace C. Plunkett Is named aa president, H. J. Windsor sec retary and treasurer and J. H. Mcintosh aa vice prealdent. The heroic semblance of an American In dian ha been selected by the city of Beat rice aa the device for the adornment of Ita official aeal and a certificate to that effect has been" Bled with the aecretary of state. Probably Bartrd by Thieve. vrnmri riTV Moh Oct. 14. (Soe- as V J -Wi -- - - m ctal.) A. L. Garrison while hunting along the bluffs south of town aiscoverea a cacne containing a silver watch, Ave revolvera and forty-two pennlea. There Is nbthlng to In dicate where they came from, but It is upposed they were burled by thieve. Th old story that has been In circulation here for years to tbe effect that there waa from $12,000 to $15,000 burled in that neighbor hood about thirty year ago, has been re vived snd several people are out searching for the treasure. Baralas Wood at Froasoat. FREMONT. Neb.. Oct.- 14. (8pecll.) A good many loada of wood are being hauled to the city thla fall and from all Indications more of it will be burned than during any eaaon for some time. Four-foot hardwood. oak and maple, ia aelllng for $7.60 per cord. A farmer In Elkhorn township has 4,000 cords, which be expect to find a market for before spring. He haa already refused a much larger price than it originally coat him. and la holding it for. an Increase of $1 a cord. ' " ' I.eetare Coarse at Dorchester. DORCHESTER. Neb Qct. 14. (Special.) L. B. Wlckersham of Dee Moines, Ia.. lec tured In th opera house on the subject. Chickens Come Home to Roost." This waa the Brat number on the Dorcheater Lec ture course, which Include a number of first-class entertainment to be given dur ing the coming winter. Mr. Wlckersham apoke on the courae here last year, and waa greeted by a large and enthusiastic audience on both occasions. B'sT lasportatloa of Horse. ST. PAUL. Neb., Oct. 14. (Special. ) Frank lams arrived early. Sunday morning with a special express 'train carrying" bik latest and largest importation of French and Belgian horses. Ther were four car of beauties all black, except flv bay; they consist of I to 4-year-olds, snd weigh for 1,700 to 1.400 pounds. Mr. lams spent four months In France making this selec tion, which is .the largeat shipment . ever brought west of ths Missouri. I.lvcrysaaa Shot la Qaarrel. NEBRASKA CUV. Neb., Gci. 14. (Spe cial.) John Oood, th proprietor of a livery barn at Union, wa shot in th neck yes terday morning by B'irt Hatlo. Tbe Injured man waa brought to thla city, where he waa taken to the hospital for treatment. Th phyaictao say that he is ia a critical con dition, but they do not thfnk that th wouad la necaaarlly fatal. Hows SILVER CREEK. Neb.. Oct. 14. (Sp clal.) A chang ha been mad In th proprietorship ef Sliver Creek' nswipaper, th Time. B. C. Martin of Central City haa purchased the plant of Mrs. Francos Hutt and will conduct th paper In th future. Mr. Martin takes chart at one and will iau his first number thla week. Retara frosa Trip to Earop. 8T. PAUL. Neb.. Oct. 14. (Special.) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson and daugh ter. Miss Rose, returned yesterday from their visit to Europe. They have visited th leading points of Interest la aorthera aad w eat era Europe, bealdos their natlv pUc tn Deamsrk. aad they report a moat Interesting aad enjoy abl trip. BIGCEST FISH ' CETS AWAY Two MsmUri sf kjitaisni Gaif at Oreta Indulge is Ebeetinr, Affray. MAN WHO DOES THE SHOOTING ESCAPES Other Arretted, hat a Kothlasr Caa Be Provra Asalast Theaa They Are Released After Klght la Caatody. CRETE. Neb.. Oct. 14. (Special Tele gram.) Considerable mystery surrounds the auspicious action of a gang of strangers here yesterday. Some members of the gang have been seen about town previously and frequently they bad various articles of clothing to dispose of. Last evening two members of the gang apparently quarreled and exchanged shots at each other. Aa a result a bullet struck the watch of one of them and, shattering It, entered his side, where It lodged. The wounded man affirms that tha shooting waa entirely an accident, but refuse to give hi name or aay anything regarding himself or companions. Several of the gang were arrested and lodged In jail last night, but the man who did the shooting escaped, and as no charge could be brought against the others, they were turned loose this morning. The wounded man la well dressed and re spectable looking. When arrested he car ried a 88-caliber revolver and had consid erable money. Hi wound, th doctor say, wss made by a revolver of about 44-caliber. An operation will be performed thla after noon for tbe extraction of the bullet, and It I thought that th would wilt not prove very serious. Though quite Improbable, U la thought by soma that the gang may have been implicated In the recent Burlington train robbery. FIND DEAD B0DY0N RAILROAD Coreaer I Saatatoacd to Mllllajaa to Investigate tho Case. GENEVA. Oct. 14. (Special.) The dead body of Andy 8vec was found on tbe rail road near Mllllgan today. Dr. A..O. Mc Orew, coroner, waa telephoned for to bold an Inquest tonight. . Too Mack Water at Sehaylcr. SCHUYLER. Neb.. Oct. 14. (Special.) During yesterday afternoon and last night the north part of tbe city waa subjected to another of the often recurring conditions of high water caused by Inadequate drain age of the large area of low land lying to the northwest of town. Tbe escape of this water Is supposed to be provided for by systems of grading and ditching west of tho city and across the Union Pacific tracks, but In seasons of excessive rains, such aa those of the 11th and 12th, North Schuyler, and sometimes a portion of the town south of the tracka, experiences the spectacle of floating sidewalks, cutveil, crossings and other light floating articles and houses, barns and outbuildings surrounded by water six inches to two feet deep. Baay Preaehlaar Whea Foaad. WAHOO. Oct. 14. (Special.) Fred Shelf fenblne, the old msn who waa brought up from near Itbaca yesterday morning Insane and disappeared shortly before his trial, was found last night about midnight. The Are bell waa rung and searching parties organised about 9 p. m. After a diligent aearch he was found tn a house near tbs B. ft M. depot preaching th gospel 4o a somswhst frightened family. He was very violent when the parties tried to take him away. It took considerable time to get him back to tbe residence of Mr. Burns from which he disappeared. This morning he was more, quiet and his son and friends decided to take him back home and look after him. Pack Whisk? la Traak. FREMONT. Neb.. Oct. 14. (8peclal.) While handling some trunks on the Elkhorn platform thia morning the baggage man no ticed a trail of whlaky and a amall stream of that llauor running from a trunk. It was a large sized one and was opened with out much difficulty and found packed with mugs of whisky, most of which were broken. As It wasn't tight enough to hold, liquids several gallons of "boose" went to waste It was checked to Omaha as personal, cag- -e.. Doee Not Kaove What Sha MUaed. KEARNET. Neb., Oct. 14. (Special Tele gram.) An interesting dlvorc proceeding was heard In district court her today. Th plaintiff, Carl Borman, a German, sued for divorce from Christine Bormau, th dt fendant having refuted to come to America to live with him. Th testimony of ilalntlff was taken through an Interpreter, and a son corroborated his statementa, after which th judge ordered a decree for plaintiff. Badly Baraod with Acid. NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., Oct. 14. (Bps clal.) Leater Champney, the 10-yead-old son of F. E. Champney, had bli eye badly burned with carbolic acid yesterday. The mother wa reaching tor something on a high shelf and overturned tbe bottle of acid, which fell on the boy's head, throw ing ths contents Into his face. It Is feared that his eyes srs permsnently Injured, but It cannot be told at this time. Tclophoaea to Reach Farascra. KEARNEY. Neb., Oct. 14. (Special Tele gram.) The Home Telephone company will begin atrlnglng wire tomorrow on th -new line connecting Kearney and Gibbon. Thla work Is a part of the system Inaugurated by tbe Farmers' Horn Telephone company of Bhelton, and will cover the entire soutn eru part of th eoun:y, including an x tensiv farm service. BEATRICE. Neb.. Oct. 14. (Special. ) Jamea Morris, a young man reatding her waa aerlously Injured by being thrown from hi borse while chaalng Jack rabbits. He waa unconscious for flv hour sfter the sec! dent happened, and for awhile bis life waa hanging In the balance. The doctors are of ths opinion that hs will recover. Hee rosnpaay select ftflaeera. WEST POINT. Neb., Oct. 14. (Special.) Hoae Company No. 1. of the Volunteer Fir department baa elected the following effi cer for th coming year: E. F. Kraut prealdent; E. W. Krauee. treasurer; George P. Meier, foreman; Peter H. Hansen, as alatant foreman, and P. E. J. Romlg, seer tary. BEAVER CITT. Neb.. Oct. 14. (Special.) A party of thlrty-fiv people left her on th afternoon train to. attend th con vent ion of tbe Chrlatiaa church. They oc cupy a special coach and are la charge of Rev. A. C. Corbln of thia city. Thoaapeoa at Hcbroa. HEBRON. Oct. 14. (Special.) Hon. W, H. Thompson, candidate for governor, aad J. N. Lyman, fusion candidate for atat treasurer, addressed ths poopl of Hebron at th opera houa tonight. Ther waa a large crowd present. If ii a a ftstiaaa. That's all yoa, aeod ta kaow a boat a tr or rasg. ENGINEER STICKS TO POST Retala Place la Cah, Thoagh 9trlehea with Death, latll Destlaatloa la Reached. SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. Oct. 14. (Special Telegram.) After being stricken with apo plexy Engineer Chauncey J. Fox of the Rock Island ran a passenger train from Point Mile out safely to Siout Falls depot be for he collapsed. After being stricken he wss dazed and could scarcely retala bis seat In the cab, but stuck to his post with herolo devotion until his destination was reached and th train wss safe. Fox died in tbe city hospital last night. Tbe family Uvea at Esthervllle, la. CRIMINALS ALMOST ESCAPE Deaporato Prlaoaera "early Work Their War Throaah Brick Wall at Aherdeea. I ABERDEEN. 8. D., Oct. 14. (Special Telegram.) Several crlmlnala confined In the county Jail made a desperate attempt to escape last night. They had worked a hole through the brick walls In the corridor early large enough to crawl through when discovered. An alarm given by outsiders narrowly prevented a wboleaale Jail delivery. Two of the prisoners are desperate characters, mpllcated tn holding up and shooting a man last summer. They will be kept in a steel cage hereafter. Discharged Ira at Baakraptey. SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., Oct. 14. (Special.) The following persons have been die charged from bankruptcy In the United States court in this city, and claims against them have been canceled: Rollin R. Hotch- kiss, Centervllle; Roy W. Sutton, Volga; Qus Wekander, Roberts county; Anders E. Tiegan, Roberts county; Ole Camehana, Roberta county; Jamea B. Lowe, Roberta county; Walfrid Wekander, Roberts county; Lena Telenga, Tea; John F. Smith, Kings bury county; Isaac Peterson, Waubay; Toi let H. Holm. Lilly. Say Ho la Kot a PopalUt. SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., Oct. 14. (Special.) E. H. Hyde of thla city, who waa nomi nated for county Judge by tbe populists at their convention last Saturday, has de clined to accept the nomination, declaring that be is not a populist. J. E. McMahon, also of this city, who waa nominated by the same convention for the office of state's attorney, has also declined to sccept the nomination. He states that he Is a demo crat, and will vote the democratic ticket at the approaching election. Move to Aid Miner. 8IOUX FALL?, 8. D.. Oct 14. (Special Telegram.) A mass meeting was held In he Auditorium here tonight for the pur pose of giving the citizens sn opportunity to express themselves on the coal strike. Resolutions expressing sympathy with the strikers were adopted and a committee was appointed to solicit contributions for their aid. Speeches were made by Mayor O. W. Burnalde, ex-Mayor Porter P. Peck, ex Maror Lien. Hon. J. M. Woodruff, Jobn E. Cogan and others. To Eatertala Implement Men. SIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Oct. 14. (Special.) -A meeting of local Implement dealers and citizens will bo held on Ssturdsy evening for the purpose of making arrangements for the entertainment of the several hun dred dealers and others who will be tn Sioux Falls on December 9, 10 and 11 to at tend the annual meeting of tha Retail Im plement Dealers' association oi South Da kota, southwestern Minnesota and north western Iowa, to be held here at that time. Mo Hard Coal la Tradall. TTNDALL. 8. D.. Oct. 14. (Special.) There Is no hard coal to be obtained in this city. One of tbe elevatora shipped in about forty tons during tbe summer, which was quickly snapped up. Those psrtles are con gratulating themselves upon their foresight. Tha price of wood haa advanced. One man bought 115 cords of wood. He Is endeavor ing to control tbe price of that commodity. With plenty of aoft coal Tyndall will win ter through nicely. No Fear of Diphtheria. HURON, S. D., Oct. 14. (Special.) Tbe Board of Education baa decided to reopen the city schools Tuesday morning, there being no further danger of the apread of dlphtberela, which caused the closing of the schools two weeks ago. All those af fected by ytbs dlseaae are improving rapidly and no caaes have developed for mors than a week. Datea at the opera house will be filled, and public gatherings permitted. Oraats Extradition Warrant. PIERRE, 8. D.. Oct. 14. (Sneelal Tele gram.) On a hearing laat nigbv Governor Herrted granted a requisition warraot to Sheriff Hardy of Cass county, Minnesota, for Sheldon Hardenbrook, and the Minne sota sheriff haa gone to Sioux Falls to se cure hi prisoner. The supreme court to day admitted Edward T. Olna, on of th elaaa who took tbe examination the first day of th term. Refaae to B a t'aadldatc. TTNDALL. 8. D., Oct. 14. (Special.) Dr. C. M. Keeling of Springfield, has re signed the nomination for repreaentative on the ' democratic ticket, and th committee ha substituted th name of Theodore Berndt In hla place. Keeling could not be satisfied with anything but the aenate, and so declined to run. Infant Thrive on cow's milk that Is not subject to any change of composition. Borden's Eagls Brand Condensed Milk Is always the same In sll cllmatea and at all seasons. As a general household milk It is superior and Is alwsys available. Sense, shortness and salt. Presto Light Biacuit Light Pastry Light Cake. Light WoA Light Coat SURE and (ick-as-a-wink 1 Ksicms or pythias meet Grand Lodgs ef Nsbruka Ingiai with an 0pn Ision. JUDGE ESTELIE WELCOMES DELEGATES Oae of the Important Qaeatloaa to Be Considered Is Whether tho In itiation Fco Shoald Be Increased. The grand lodge of the Knights of Pythiaa, domain of Nebraska, convened tn this city yesterday at Pythjan hall In the' Con tinental building with a larger representa tion than usual of the subordinate lodges. There are now 170 lodges in this Jurisdic tion and nearly all were represented. The hull and tbe entrance to the building had been decorated with flags and banners, bid ding the visitors welcome In most cordial terms. The early portion of the morning was de voted to sn open social session, beginning at 10 o'clock, at wblch Judge W. W. Sla baugh of thla city presided. This gather ing was called to order promptly on the hour, and the visitors were welcomed to the city by Judge Lee Bstella. who ssld thst he could not deliver or tender the keys of the city to the Knights of Pythias because those tceys were not in his keeping. But ha felt he could assure them that tbey would not feel the need of keys, for they would find nothing In the city locked against them. He could make them welcome In a most hearty manner and assure them of the hos pitality of the people of Omsha. Neither would he tell them that In case tbey should get Into trouble they could call up any particular telephone cumber, for he felt assured that the men who had gathered In Omaha for tbe purpose of promoting charity, benevolence and friendship would not get Into trouble. He complimented the order upon Its high principles and said he hoped the grand lodge would transact Its business with caution and wisdom. J a dare Boyd Respond. Judge Boyd of Nellgh, Neb., grand chan cellor, responded to the remarks of Judge, Estelle, giving assurance that none of the members of the Knights of Tythlas would get into trouble while In this city, now or at any other time, and none of Ihem would need the attention of the police court. At the cloae of Judge Boyd's remarks, which were very brief, the grand lodga went Into executive session and d:votd tho remainder of tho morning to the organiza tion of the convention, appointment of com mittees and reports of officers. The grand lodge of the Ratbbone Sisters also convened yesterday in one of the smaller halls at the Continental building with seventeen representatives in attend ance. The opening of the couvemlon waj attended with no ceremonial session and tbe morning was devoted entirely to busi ness. At the session of yesterday afternoon. Grand Vice Chancellor Merrill Wilson of Indiana, addressed the convention on the subject of the Insurance rank of the Knlghta of Pythiaa. 'Ine tx-uitluder of lUe sfternoon was devoted to the presentation and consideration of the reports of the of ficers and consideration of resolutions. Three amendments to the secret work were adopted to conform to action of the supreme lodge at Its last meeting. PASS OVER BURNING SANDS Tweaty-Elcht Novices Enter the Temple of the Knlajht of Khoraan.' The Dramatic Order, Knlghta of Khoras aan, the social order composed of mem bers of the Knights of Pythiaa, held cere monial aesslon last night In honor of the meeting of the grand lodge now being held tn this city. Twenty-eight novices were passed over the burning sands to the tem-nl- of the votaries, the work beginning at 8:S0 o'clock and closing after midnight. With the close o! tbe Initiations the knight to the nUTuber of one hundred and fifty re paired to the Millard hotel, where a ban quet waa served and the waters of Zem Zem flowed with a refreshing aound after the weary Journey to the halls of knowl edge In the land of delight. At the feast of reason which followed the flow of Zem-Zem, Edward Walsh, the presiding officer of Moquaddam Temple, presided as toaatmaster. Q. L. Martin of Lincoln, responded to the toast "Tbe Genial Word." W. C. Batea of Springfield, Neb., one of the Initiates, told of "A 8mitten Conscience," Richard O'Neill of Lincoln, spoke of "The Kindly Smile." A I. Allen of Schuyler, after undergoing ths vicissi tudes of an evening on the burning sands which lead to ineffable Joy, waa In fitting spirit to respond to tbe toast, "Manhood's Worth." Frank J. Kelly of Lincoln, brought forth "Roses for the Living," while M. E. Wilson, grand vice chancellor of the domain of Indiana, responded to the final toaat, "Our Fellowship." Tbe Inttiatea who were enlightened at the ceremonial aesalon were: Rudolph Beal, Q. Rasgorscbek, Thomaa M. Dever ington, Nick Cornero, Charles Schnaber, F. E. Moorea, F. W. Gonder, Louis Berks and J. A. Frledland, all of Omaba, Ed Matthle son, J. E. Csrrer, E. B. Carrigan, H. N. Thom, F. F. Martin, O. B. Carter, E. J. Farr, F. W. Kenny and A. M. Stewart, all of Blair, Frank Comte, W. C. Bates, A. H. Hamilton, W. J. Mangood, Charles Thomp son snd Charlea Begley, all of Springfield, George H. Lsmoreaux of Springvlew, C. W. Nichols of Council Bluffs, G. W. Meredith of Ashland and A. I. Allen of Schuyler. Kew t'aro tor Weak Lssgi. Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consump tion cures all coughs, colds, grip and lung troubles or no pay. 60c, $1.00. For aals by Kuhn Co. r-it-o GOVERNOR OF SOUTH CAROLINA Recommends Pc-ru-na For Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble yf n y- . v; 2 r. 7----: x : ii i ' n. t i:,f II ; i::t 'c i.N t I i 9. r ExU. 8. Senator and ex-Governor M. C. Butler of South Carolina, In a recent letter to tbe Peruna Medicine Co., from Washington, D. C, says: "I cnnrco'tiiu in I I'-srunt tor dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I havo been using your medicine for a abort period an J 1 feel very much re lieved. It Is indead h wonderful medicine besides a good tonic" M. O BUTLEK. Catarrh of tha Stomach is Generally Ca led Dyspepsia Something to Produce Artificial Diges tion is Generally Taken. Hence. Pepsin, Pancreatin and a Host ot Other Digestive Remsdies Has Been Invented, These Remedies Do No! Reaoh the Seat of tha Difficulty, ' i2)i is Realty Catarrh Stomach. This Deranges the System So That Proper Digestion Cannot Take Place. Tbe only rational way to cure dyapepsla s to remove the catarrh. Peruna cures catarrh. Peruna docs not produce srtl- ficlal digestion. It cures catarrh and eaves tbe stomach to perform digestion In a. natural way. This Is yastly better and safer than resorting to artificial methods. Peruna haa cured more cases of dys pepsia than all other remedies combined. simply because It cures catarrh where ever loctaed. If catarrh Is located In th) bead, Peruna cures it. It catarrh haa fastened Itself in the throat or bronchial tubes, Peruna cures It. When catarrh be comes settled In the stomach, Peruna cures It, as well In this location as any other. Peruna Is cot simply a remedy for dys pepsia. Paruna Is a catarrh remedy. Peruna cures dyspepsia because it Is gen erally dependent upon catarrh. .' Meat Wonderful Cure of Dyspepsia Made by Pe-ra-nn. A. C. Lockhart, corner Cottage atreet and Thurston read, Rochester, N. Y., writes: 'I am nearly forty-four years of sge. was born and raised . in Rochester, N. Y., and have been unlucky enough to be among the poor and obliged to work tor a living. 'About fifteen years ago I commenced Only Six Vacant Offices in the Whole Bee Building. AMONG THEM SOME A LARGE THIRD FLOOR OFFICE OfAOKTT '?'3fl This office faces east y.VJKJi'll JJO and has entrance on the court, with epproach through the broad corridors overlooking the court with lis fountain and grand stairway. Thia room Is 18x32 feet, and if desired can be divided so as tn arrange (or private offices to ault the tenant. It also nas a very large vault, and the rental Frlce includes heat, Ight, watei and janitor $50 service SUITE OF NICE OFFICE ROOMS CI riTU Zin This suite consists OUliC. OtJ of two rooms, the entrance room being next to the ele vator. Each room is lmxlSH, and each haa a good stsed burglar proof vault. '1 .,e rooms will he rented separately u aesirea. An omce in rne uee Bund iih sia a iJ awrv J u 1 1 ,,.ar.,ta,ba',.P0 ing la particularly ue- airaDie in tne win It la alwaya comfort. no (natter how cold A VERY LARGE ROOM AT A SMALL PRICE tJJiyi 3 IX room 17x43 feet, on the fifth floor. Thla room Ik thor oughly light and every Inoli of the space Is available for use of clerks or employes. The room is not far from the elevator. .If desired, it can be partitioned off to suit the convenience of the tenant. Like all rooms In The Bee Building It Is finished In hard wood, and the rental prloe Includes neat, light, water ana janitor service, as well as tnc Deneni oi night and Sunday nday ele- p m W p valor service. The Bee R C Peters, Rental Agents. mmmm Ex-Governor M. C. Batter. 1 to be ailing and called on a physician. He pronounced my trouble a species of dyspepsia and asked me after he had treated me about six months to get a leave of absence from the establishment by which I was employed (all told, about twenty-five years) and go Into the coun try, where I would get a chance of life and fresh air. I did so and got tempo rary relief. I went back to work and waa again taken with very distressing pains In my stomach. I seldom bad a pas sage of the bowels without force. "I consulted another physician, with no better results. My disease kept growing on me, until I had exhausted the ability of sixteen of Rochester's best physicians. Can tell their names If necessary. Tim last physician recommended me to give up my work and go south, after he hsd prac ticed on me for one year. They gave me a thorough examination with the X-ray, with no results. They could not even de termine what my sllments were.. "I do not cor never have taken any stock in patent medicines, but your tes timonials tn the Rochester papers were worthy of consideration. I told my wife I was going to try a bottle of the Peruna. The next time I went to the city I pur chased a bottle, and before the bottle was half gone I noticed a change for ttie better. . ' "I am now taking the fifth bottle and have not an ache or pain anywhere. Mr bowels move regularly every day and I have taken on eighteen pounds of flesh, my usual weight being 145 pounds. I was down at one time as low as 128 pounds. "I have recommended Peruna to a great many and tbey have recommended It very highly. I have told several people that complained of that species of catarrh that If they would purchase a bottle of Peruna tnd take It according to directions and if, when the bottle was gone they coul 1 come to me and tell me candidly that tbey had no benefit, I would pay for the bottle of medicine. I have so far had no complaints, but all first-class recommenda tions." A. C. Lockhart. If you do not derive prompt aifa satis factory results from tbe use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you bis valuable advice gratia. Addreea Dr. Hartman, president of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 6.- OF THE CHOICEST NO INSURANCE NECESSARY pnrM ;ni Th,s room u a verv IVVJVIVI OSJi dexirable room, be ing light and pleasant, besides hav ing a large vault. Any one having valuable papers appreciates this. No Ineurunce to pay either In a fire-proof building. If your address Is The Bee Building every one tt v knows where to rind Vs, ffe you. It is the best Yj C known building in west.... AN ATTRACTIVE SMALL ROOM ROOM ")n There on'y i H.JJll vacant offices in the whole Bee building, among them is an attractive Unlit small room at Ho per month space Hxl7. Kemember that for offices In The Bee Building the rental price Includes ltizht. heat. water and Janitor service, with all the conveniencea ana ad van taaea nf the lst known building In the west ., $!0 THE HANDSOMEST . OFFICE IN OMAHA DOHM mi Th'8 office suite Is lJJlil U located at the right hand ot the entrance on the tfrst floor, ao that the large windows over looking the stairway are seen by all who enter The Be Building. The tellings are high and tbe room is Hu tched in quarter-auwed oak, Hh oak and walnut floor. It haa a Rood iau, vault, mantel piece and la divided into m large office of twenty 4f l iii a mHll private office, ntparuted bv solid tile partition. The room nili ! frescoed elaborately to suit (lie iat Stilt (tie Uat $75 of tne tenant, iso one on inspection will n.uen tion Ita being the hand somest omce in Omaha., Building Ground FJoor. s