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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEt WEDNESDAY, MAItCH 4. 1003.
Drive away your COMMERCIAL CLUB BANQUET Last of the 1902 Series Given at the Club Rooms Last Night NEEDS OF THE BODY ARE DISCUSSED Speakers Talk of the Achievement of the Organisation and What It Mar Do If It Mem ber Pall Together. The Omaha Commercial club's closing banquet for the season of 1902 was given last night at the club rooms and was the most pretentious of the season. The , newly renovated rooms were used for the first time at a meeting of this kind. About 125 members of the club and Invited guests were seated around the tables, which were decorated with flowers and lights, one of . the most pleasing sets being vase of flowers anJ electric lights at the principal table. It was 9 o'clock when Arthi'r C. Smith, -, president of .the club, called the guests to order and began to "talk a little shop," taring the club now has 480 members, 105 having been added since the beginning of the year. He called on the members to give the club, and particularly the mid-day . luncheon, more active support and to help Increase the membership of the organisa tion all to "pull for Omaha." He closed by Introducing Howard H. Baldrege, toast master of the evening. Mr. Baldrege said that In meetings of this kind there is an opportunity for per sons to take stock of their achievements and get together with their fellows for the purpose of coming to a better understand ing' with each other. He Introduced Fred ' F. 'Paffenrath,' who was to respond to the toast, "C. C. C," which extended became "Commercial Club Critics." Paffenrath oa the Critics. Mr. Paffenrath said that there comet a time in the life of every organization when it should meditate on the past and plan for the future In order to avoid past mistakes; that the organisation cannot be infallible, but it should be the object- of the mem- , hers to reduce mistakes to the minimum. He said that as chairman of the member ship committee he had heard many com- - plaints, tome possibly Justifiable, others captious. The minor criticisms are not '"worthy of consideration, bu others, which .should receive attention are: The club lacks the prestige of similar clubt In other ' cities, that It cares for but one Interest, that It Is not always alive to Its possi bilities and ttat a complete reorganisation is necessary. "If these criticisms era true even In part," he tald, "we abould change. If the club hat failed to act fully up to Ita possibilities as a civic society now la a time to take action." ' John L. Kennedy waa Introduced at one .who had come to Omaha with the Lewis ' and Clark expedition, where he had discov ered the fountain of perpetual youth. Hit . toaat waa, "Omaha, Past, Present and 'l Future." He recalled the achievements of the city from 1883 to 1903 a magnificent " growth In tplte of all that hat been tald. If Omaha doea as well in the next twenty years aa It has done In the last, twenty ' years we will have In Omaha and South " FREE TO EVERYONE. Read aaa Lear a How Yoa May Pro cure It. The question of why one man succeeds and another falls Is a problem that has pus sies philosophers for centuries. One man attains riches and position, while his neigh bor, who started with seemingly the same and better opportunities, exists. In poverty and obscurity. - No man can win success who Is suffering from an Irritating and nerve-racking disease, and the man who has the qualities of aurress within him would be quick to recognlso this fact and selte the best remedy to eradicate the trouble. A person afflicted with a serious caae of hemorrhoids, or plies, is handicapped in the race for power and advancement. It It Impossible to concentrate the mental en ergies when this dreadful trouble is sap ping the vital forcea. To show how easily this success destroying trouble can be over come, we publish the following letter from a prominent Indiana man: F" "When I received the former letter and booklet on 'Pllea, Their Nature, Cause and Cure. I was In a critical condition. Ulcers to the number of seven had formed on the Inside of the rectum, culminating In a large tumor on the outside, resembling fistula. I suffered the most excrutiatlng pain, could get no rest dsy or night. After reading the booklet I sent to my druggist, but he happened to be out of Pyramid Pile Cure Just at that time. However, I obtained a part of a box from my brother-in-law and began their use. Five Pyramids com pletely cured me. 1 procured a box later, but have bad no occasion to use them. I have been waiting to see that the cure was permanent before writing you of Ita success. I believe Pyramid Pile Cure to be the great, at and best pile cure on the market, and ask you to please accept of my grateful thanks for this Invaluable remedy. I take great pleasure In recommending Its use to any eufferer along this line. You may use the name If you wish for reference to anyone afflicted with this disease." J. O. Llttell. Arthur, lad. You can obtain a free sample of Ibis won derful remedy, alao the booklet described above by writing your name and address plainly on a postal card and mailing It to atbe Pyramid Drug Co.. Marshall. Mich. 1 Drive it away I Drive It away 1 1 That wolfish cough of yours Coughs ire deceitful, de structive. They tear delicate membranes, prevent healing, and prepare the way for seri ous lung troubles. Quiet your cough. Bring rest to your throat and lungs. For 60 years the doctors have prescribed Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia. . O. Am 00 Lowell, Kim. Cough Omaha at least 600,000 people. "The worst enemies Omaha has today are to be found within the city limits." said Mr. Kennedy. "If we are genuinely rn earnest about push ing the city ahead we should determine what to do that which Is near at hand Is the best. First we should complete the Auditorium. After the Auditorium Is built let . us go out and build a first-class hotel. There Is nothing that the Commercial club could do which would go so far toward giving Omaha a good name abroad. Then let us stop belittling Omaha ourselves. Let us point to things we have done, not what we have failed to do. Then take more active interest In city politics don't be afraid of being called a politician." Theaters Looklnic I'p. Carl Relter, who was assigned to the toast, "The Theatrical Interests of Omaha," tald that in the last three years the theaters of Omaha have Improved wonderfully as business enterprises, showing that the peo pie are better able to afford luxuries. The last speaker waa Dr. J. E. Roberts, pastor of the Church of This World, of Kansas City, who tpoke ot "Robert Inger soli and Hla Time." The speaker paid tribute to the memory and works of the elo quent champion of free thought, saying that he struck the shackles of prejudice and superstition from minds held In thrall by their popular Ideas of religion, and had, more than any other man, forced the churchea to change their creeds, bringing them closer into harmony with reason. He denied that Ingersoll was an iconoclast aolely, but said that where he destroyed blind faith he reared a temple to reason which in time would conquer the world. He ridiculed the preachers who had at tempted to answer Ingereoll's arguments and said that at one time a Baptist preacher had attempted to prepare an an swer which was with the others demol ished by the keen logic of Ingersoll. v, VERDICT , HOLDS - M'GUIGAN Coroner's Jary Reeommenae that the Prisoner Be Held With out Ball. The coroner's Jury In the case of Patrick Murphy, who was stabbed to death during a fight near the corner of Fourteenth and Howard streets last Saturday night, ren dered Its verdict Tuesday afternoon. The Jury found "that the aaid Patrick Murphy came to his death at 1324 Howard street between the hours ot ( and 7 o'clock, on the evening of February 28, from a stab wound in the region of the heart. Inflicted by a klfe or soma other sharp instrument In the hands of Thomas McQutgan." The Jury recommended that McOulgan be held In custody without ball. On of the features of the Inquest was the testimony offered by John Turner, a hostler in the livery barn near which the tragedy occurred. Turner testified that Murphy fell upon hla face when he expired and that he had choked McOulgan nearly Into Insensibility before the atabblng oc curred. Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's Consrh Remedy. Mrs. M. A. Clarke, writing from Tlmberry Range. N. S. W., Australia, under date of October 29, 1902, says: "I wish to inform you of the wonderful benefit I received from your valuable medi cine. I suffered from a severe cough for six years and obtained no relief until I took Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, One bottle cured me and I am thankful to say that I have never had the cough since. I recommended it to all of my friends. Make any uae of thla letter that you like for the good of any other poor sufferers." Hit HI Wife. Charles R. Speck of 411 South Nine teenth street was arrested yesterday even ing and charged with assaulting his wife while he was drunk. The prisoner la said to have cone home at o'clock and after hitting Mrs. Speck on the stomach, threat ened to kill her. THbl KUALTY MARKET. INSTRUMENTS filed for record Tuesday. March i: Warranty Dooda. Thomas Wilkinson and wife to Henry Luenenborg. nwV. t-14-11 $10,400 P. H. Derupeey to Wlnnlfred A. Demo ey. lot I, Nelson's add 1 Herman Wlese and wife to Marie Eg gers et al. und4 of H of nl-t lot 10. block 87. Bouth Omaha 1,j0 W. A. Paxton, executor, to James Stephenson, lot ft), block 11, Hani corn Place 1 Jamea Stephenson to Besate Kimball, sume i M. J. C. Ryan and husband to James Doyle, lot 19. block 25. first add to Cor rig an Place SCO souin umana I4ua company to I. F. Wright, ntt lot 1. block 27. South Omaha 270 josepnme t. iirtsbln and husband to C. W. Hull, lot Is. block US. Flor- " ence f2& tuwurai at nraarora Lumwr company to C. C. Ho!ltng. lot 1 and sS lot f. block t, Jones add to Klkhorn 2,070 oiuiaiu rumuer to Augusta uoh mann. wlJS feet lot 68. Ilartmanr.'s add 1,200 I. P. Roberts and wife to Augusta Freitag. lot a, block US. South Omaha ' 1,000 F. E. Ixx-kwood et al to Henry Peter son. se4 nwt, lots 1 and t In 2&-l-.. (.600 mi. ii. La via ana wire to Mary K. O'Connor, lot 7. block 4. E. V. Smith's add 2.000 t lorence company to n. a. 1 nomas, lot 2. block 4: lot . block S; lot 5. block IS; lot 4, block 111; lot (, block 114. Florence l T. B. Dysart to S. F. Spllman. nH nw-4 10, re nt and lot 2 In - ia-13 i salt Claim Deeds. Florence company to H. 8. Thomas, lot x, block 13a, Florence jj Omaha Realty company to V. O. Strk-kler. nVi $w nw 4-14-li. ex cept acres j Dae da. Sheriff to T. B. Dyeart, n4 nwVi 10, ne ne and lot I In 1-1 13 2.285 Total amount of transfers 128,164 feu CARRYING CAMPAIGN HOME Heal Estate Exchange Will Ftnlt Ita Tax Tight with Greater Vigor. PEOPLE TO BE GIVEN EXACT INFORMATION State Will fie Flooded with Clrealare showing What H. R. 8.14) Means to F.neh tontmnnlty In Dollars and Cents. The sctlon of the house of representa tives of the stste In Indefinitely postponing house roll S30 found the tax committee of the Omaha Real Estate exchange In a measure prepared for the action and as soon ss a number of the members could get together the plan which will be pursued In the next two weeks was mapped out. This plsn contemplates nothing less thsn an appeal to the constituents ot the repre sentatives directly. Circulars are now pre pared, using as their basis the figures se cured by Mr. Lre a week ago, which show the amount of taxes the railroads evade each county, which the taxpayers have to pay to make np the total cost of the county snd municipal governments. This circular will contain words as follows: "Your representative by his vote March 3 haa cost the taxpayers of your county $ per annum." Then will follow a statement of the total assessed ' valuation of the county In which the circular is to be used, the assessed valuation of the railroad property In the county, the total of the taxes levied, with the total levied upon railroad property both for county and municipal purposes. In the majority of cases the total tax levied Is not In pro portion to the assessed valuation for county purposes, while for municipal purposes It is much below the proportional rate. No Politics la It. With the analysis of the vote of the house the committee has decided that there Is no politics In the fight and will use every effort In its power to have the cir culars placed In circulation throughout the state. For this reason the chairman and secretary of the committee, with the presi dent of the exchange, all republicans, called upon C. J. Smyth yesterday after noon and will secure from Dr. P. L. Hall of Lincoln, chairman of the democratic state central committee, through Mr Smyth, the names and addresses of each of the members of the chairmen of the fusion central committee in each county, and to them will be sent the circulars In those counties which are represented by re publican members who voted for the post ponement of the bill. "There is no politics in this fight," said a member of the committee, and we are not going Into politics, but we are using the Instruments which are placed-in our hands. The fuslonlsta may, for political reasons, be willing to circulate this Information and we do not care why they do it, for we are convinced that the people will realize that by their votes the members of the legislature from their counties failed to decrease the burden of taxes which their constituents are now compelled to bear by reason of the evasion ot the railroads." The committee already has a statement of the, condition in about forty of the ninety' counties. These statements, show ing the exact condttlon In each county, will probably be placed In the hands of the printers this morning and sent out Imme diately. The information from the other counties will be received continuously and printed as fast as It can be tabulated. In those counties whose representatives are fuslonlsta opposed to the bill, 'tbe cir culation of the circulars will be placed In other hands, and by the end of the week the committee expects to show the voters ot each county the amount of money tbe rep resentatives who voted against the bill have voted from the pockets of the taxpayers of the cities and villages of the stats and Into the pockets ot the railroads. According to statements made in Omaha yesterday, the condition of the represent ative who lives at Rulo Is peculiarly un fortunate from the standpoint ot his con stituents. Said C. J. Smyth: "At this time I am engaged In a caae In which we seek to have the village of Rulo given power to levy a tax upon the western end of the railroad bridge at that city. The village of Rulo, the precinct of Rulo. the school district ot which the former is a part and the county of Richardson have voted money to have the case tried. This bill. If enacted,, would give the city what It deslrts, but this representative voted di rectly against the measure." It Is estimated that about 150,000 cir culars will be required by the committee to reach the voters, as In addition to these each newspaper which favors equality in taxation will be asked to print the facts showing the condition in Its county. TRAINING. SCHOOLS POPULAR Superintendent Pearae Tells of Their Extension la Cities He Vis ited Recently. "Manual end industrial training In the public schools Is spreading over the coun try at a rapid rate," said Superintendent of Instruction Pearse, who recently re turned from a trip In the eaat. "The edu cation that trains 'he hand Is becoming more important In conelderatioo nearly everywhere. In St. Louis, for instance, where one high school has been n.ade to suffice for a city of 600,000 population, preparations for two new high schools are being made and each will have mechanical training departments, and a like depart ment Is to be Installed in the old high school." Among the schools the superintendent visited wss the domestic science and man ual training school at Evanston, 111., which waa built and equipped by a wealthy phil anthropist and his wire. Training for both boys and girls are provided and the school la a kind ot Industrial center where the classes from the other schools come once a week to receive this kind of education. At the Indianapolis manual training high achool, where nearly 1,400 atudents attend, a special two and one-ha:f years' course Is provided for girls. The first year la de voted to teaching, sewing and plain dress making, the second to cooking and the laat half year to domestic hygetne and home nursing. The attendance has been increas ing with big strides ever since the school was opened. Fall ot Ran and Headlak. H. Z. Williams, said to be of New Haven, Conn., had six volumes of popular fiction, a cheap edition In his possession yesterday afternoon and was trying to dispose of the same when he encountered Officer Thomas. Williams waa unable to explain satlafavtortly how he came te have the books. Ae at "east psrt of this Inability would paas away with a little sleep, he was srreated and will answer to a charge of being drunk and a auspicious char acter. Creamery and Prodnco Men Dine. A score of creamery, railroad and pro duce men dined last night In a private dining room of the Henshaw hotel and sat until a late hour over the clgara. Several of the guests were from out of town. Among those present were: E W Johnson of Chicago. Edward Ildle.' the cold storage man, W. E. Rodel, C. If Mullen and R. Weaver. Beaeat for Baad. The Pleasure club gave one of Ita regu lar dances yesterday evening at the Thurs ton Rifles armory on Harney street. About slxty-tlve couplee were In sttend snce and all had a merry ume and danced until a late hour. TABLE AND KITCHEN Menn. BREAKFAST. Fruit. Cereal. Cream. Dolled Finnan Haddle. Haked Potatoes. Dry Tost. Coffee. I jl'NCMEON. Cold Sliced Ham. Apple Jelly. Whole-wheat Bread. Apple Turnovers. Cocoa. DINNER. Bean Soup with Croutons. Brown Fricassee of Chicken. Sweet Potatoes. Glased Carrots. Celery Salad Mayonnaise. Cheese Wafers. Cabinet Pudding. Foamy Land. Coffee. Recipes. Banana Bhortcake Measure three rups of sifted flour; sdd trhee level teaspoonfuls of sugsr, half a level teaspoonful salt and two teaspoonfuls ot baking powder. Sift to gether to thoroughly mix. Then with a flexible knife rub In two ounces ot butter. Mix to a soft dough (one that will roll easily without pressure), with very cold milk. Roll lightly er pat out In two layera; put one Into a square baking tin and brush the top well with softened but ter; place the other portion of dough on top of the first snd bake In' a moderately quick oven. Orate half of the yellow peel from a large orange, then cut the orange In half and scrape out the pulp and add to the pulp of four ripe bananas rubbed through a sieve and sweeten to suit the taste. Have thla mixture Ice cold and then stir In gently a cupful of dry, whipped cream. Spread between and on top of layers of cake and serve with plain sweet cream. Prune Shortcake After soaking over night, stew or steam a pound of prunes In double boiler until soft. Turn out and strain the Juice. ' Put later In a saucepan with half a cup of sugar; stir until sugar Is dissolved, then let simmer while you remove stones from the prunes; add fruit to the syrup and cook gently for ten min utes longer. You can add a little lemon juice, sherry or stick cinnamon for flavor ing or leave the fruit unfiavored. Make a milk biscuit crust, using double quantity of shortening or lesve out shortening and mix with cream Instead of milk. Bake In a biscuit pan In one layer, and when done tear open; spread quickly with softened butter and spread each portion with the prunes. Serve with plain, sweet cream or heap whipped cream over the prunes and serve hot. Peach Shortcake Thla Is considered a real orthodox "short" cake, but the ,very ingredient that makes It consistent with the real meaning of the name given this class of cakes, for the same reaaon places it among the condemned pies. We give It for the benefit of those who have good digestion and no scruples In regard to eat ing pastries. For the cake part take three-quarters of a pound of sifted flour; hub into this half a pound of butter. Make a tiollnw tn h center of the flour and Into this pour gradu ally, wnua mixing, about a cup ot les water. MIX to a Soft doua-h: then turn nut nn a floured board and roll out lightly and fold as In making puff paste, Roll and fold sev eral times In order to have a flaky oruat, then fold up and let It stand In a very cold place five minutes; then roll It out about quarter of an inch thick, and bake In a shal low tin. When dona split the cake tn two. uui no noi use a sone, ana spread tbe lower half first with soft butter, then with eannad or cooked dried peaches, then put on the upirar iwi who crumo iiae uppermost and spread with more peaches. Serve with cream, plain or whipped, or a sauce made of the peach juice. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. J. W. Edgerton and A. V. Whiting of Lincoln and W. D. Towner of Rising City are at the Murray. - W. W.. Johnston, commercial agent of Uia Burlington, was a. last night's arrival at the Paxton from Beatrice. Rev. J. P. Yost of St. Paul, Neb., la In the city, having come to offlctcte at the iut!?r!xJ!t Mr- J- McGIU. who was burled Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Williams of Blair, Omar Netten of Falrtleld, H. W. Dusen of Wheatland, Neb. A. H. Jonea of Minne apolis and J. B. Shackelford of St. Joseph. Mo., are at the Paxton. M. Williams of Emerson. Henry Klop ping of Wayne. Lee Amett of Lincoln, John B. Klrvln of O'Neill and E. L. Merrlman and J. W. Post of Chadrcn wer last even ing arrivals at the Merchants. 8. D. Canfleld of Sheridan, Wyo. ; F Bon nemacher of West Point, W. K. Hill of Des Moines, Will 8. Harding of Nebraska City. Dr. P. H Daa.ler of Colurnbu. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sherer of Olldden la., are registered at the Millard. Mrs. O. H. Presson of Mllford, Mrs. J. H. Presson of Strom-burg, Mrs. George F Bancroft and Mrs. George H. Bancroft of Madison. B. J. Alexander of Lincoln. W. R Blackburn of Mitchell, Colonel C J Bills of Falrbury and C. D. Evans of Co lumpus are at the Her Grand LOCAL BREVITIES. Edward Hays, on trial In criminal court on a charge of burglary, waa released last evening on a verdict from the Jury of not guilty. William I.ewon was granted a divorce by Judge Dickinson from Margaret Lewo i Tuesday afternoon on the ground of abandonment-Judge Day Issued a decree of divorce o Mary Ann Carllle from Jacob K. Carllle v i anu urunaennesa. T" wife was given the custody ot the children, James and Charles Carllle. Your Wife can be provided with an annual income for life, in event of yout death, at lesi cost than you can make the aame provision for your children. The low rate makes very attrac tive this form of contract, devised and introduced by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. fnmmt M SND Ml la a..i.n.n. Ittaj l it fk. Cu-p., " rwt " S 0UO mnt Mil cawta. u pr m laat aaaualiy Uag h Ii.m In writing for terms, state the amount of annual income you would like to provide for your wife, the amount of cash you would like returned and give the ages of both. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Rica Aaa A. McCobdt, President. Nassau. Cedar. William and Liberty 8ts.. New York, N. Y. FLEMlNti BROS.. Managers, Oman, Near. Ilea M etnas. Jowa. SOMETIMES It's hsrd to select Just the book you'd like to become Intrrestei .'" Our people are veritable book W?.?U"k1ow.Jl hout "" P In ten v.W.Kh ,h ot every author! if J yo.u ,ho a"001 ones the ones most popu 'er, the kind we carry. 1308 Farnaun Street, Omaha, Neb. The Best Biscuit Baked Sold only ir vogue with club men aration ana tne nttie ot tne compotes makes this dessert in raretavor in the home. Usm th0 Preserves you have in the house and SMIMDDEID) IMSOJIT NEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES An Interesting IjToiel for Boys by Charles Edward Bich. "A WEEK IN A FRENCH COUNTRY HOUSE" Preface fcy Thackeray's - Dnachter, Mrs. Rlehnond Bltehte Stary ( Certain Famous Vessels of . War Pabllshea by Fstsam. "Tbe New Boy at Dale," by Charles Edward Rich, la an Interesting book for boys, full of fun and humor. Giovanni Martin, tbe hero, is the kidnaped son of rich parents; he grows up under tbe care, or rather the neglect, of an Italian fruit peddler, but harassed by his treatment he Joins a circus and becomes a tumbler ot much ability. But such a life Is not suited to btm; he Is bright at bis books restless, and soon seises his first opportu nity to leave It. Having saved a little girl from the hands of two kidnapers, Olovannl Is rewarded by the offer of a year's study at Dale, a fine boys' academy. His benefactors turn out to be his real parents, but this is not discovered until tbe end of the book. Meanwhile Giovanni makes a reputation for himself at school, because of bis strength and the fine physical training which he received at the etrcua. There are sham battles with Weston, tbe rival school tn town; there are "feed rushes," night raids on the boatbouse at Dale, water races and experiences under ground. Published by Harpers. Thackeray's daughter, Mrs. Richmond Ritchie, haa written an Interesting preface to a new edition of "A Week In a French Country House," by Adelaide Bartorls, a favorite volume with many who are fa miliar with the social life and times ot the Kembles. Mrs. Ritchie speaks of her notes with some modesty, as being slight, but she adds truly, that auch as they sre, they Indicate something of that vivid life, full of beauty of Impression, both reason able and unreasonable, of fine criticism ot feeling of that home of which the master and mistress were especially hosts of mark. It Is a book which should not be overlooked by lovers of tbe stsge aa well as those who are Interested In the reminiscences ot famous literary men and women. Pub lished by the Macmlllan company. "Tbe Extra Canonical Life of Christ" la a work which brings before the reader tbe accounts concerning Christ as contained in the apocryphal gospels, preceded by an exhaustive Introduction to the New Testa ment apocrypha In general. In addition to this It provides miscellaneous records of Jesus, Including testimonies to Jesus, de scriptions cf His personal appearance, and many sayings of Chriat not recorded In the New Testament. Published by Funk Wagualls company. "Twenty-six Historic Ships" is tbe story of certain famoua vessels of war and of their successors in the navies of the t'nlted States snd of the cenfederate atates of America from 1775 to 1402. written by Frederic Stanhope Hill. It Is worthy of remark that almost all our naval history of any Importance up to tbe time of tho civil war, with the exception of tbe bat tles on Lakes Erie and Champlain, has been comprised In actions between single ships. This explains tbe author'a method treating the career of our more famoua ships separately and as untts rather than merging them tn a general naval history, as has been tbe method heretofore. Sketches of some of the confederste ships of war have been Included on the ground that those ships were commanded by Amer ican officers trslned In our naval service, wbose bravery, skill and endurance were part of a common heritage of which we may be justly proud. Published by Putnam Publishing company. "Hidden Manna," by A. J. Dawson, la a tale of the Moors. The plot turns upon tbe effort of the white wife of tbe shareef to succeed blm with her puny son aa the ruler of Aln-Arslsh. Ignoring tbe rights of an elder son. Joseph Khas.au, a halt yesterday were Unocda Biscuit to-day arc Unecda Biscuit to-morrow will be Unoeda Biscuit in In-cr-seal Packages NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY A Most Delicious Dessert SlircddedWholi Wheat Biscuit 'is made in the most hygienic and scientific food laboratory in the world. The wheat is spun into light shreds, containing thousands of open pores and is not crushed flat and dense as in the case of other foods. These pores absorb the digestive juices and provide far greater surface for their action The following simple "course before coffee" is much in I !an 's R'vcn everywhere. The simplicity of prep- cost, together with the delicious taste T Split and slightly toast the Biscuit, then serve with jam or preserved berries or plums or jellies. Simple, isn tit? 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The Crelghton students and faculty as sembled ' In the university hall yesterday afternoon to celebrate the twenty-fifth an niversary of Pope Leo's coronation. A short program was arranged and all the participants acted their parts with com plete satisfaction. After Instrumental muslo by Elmer Umsted, Leon Mulgrew delivered A short address on "Leo XIII, Scholar and Statesman," John O'Rourke spoke on "The Work of Leo XIII as Sov ereign." William Lovely followed by a speech on the some ruler as "Sage and Saint." Thomas McGovem also spoke. IIAIU WO.VT FALL. UlT If Von Kill the Danelrnlt Qerms with tha Kevr Treatment. John N. Fuller, a well known cltiren of Colfax, Wash., says: "I had dandruff so badly that it caked on my scalp. Herplclde completely cured me." George H. McWhlrk of Walla Walla, Wash., says: "Herplclde completely cured me ot a bad case of dan druff of thirty years' standing." They took the only really sensible treatment, a remedy that destroys the dandruff germ Newbro's Herplclde. Stop dandruff, hair won't fall out, but . will grow naturally, luxuriantly. Allays itching Instantly and makes hair glossy and soft aa silk. All druggists. One bottle will convince any doubter of Its merits. Benefit for a t'harch. A benefit entertsinment was given Tues day evening In the Hillside Congregational church. Thirtieth and Ohio streets, which waa a largely attended and pleasing event. The auditorium of the edlrlne was filled with a large audience, whleh greatly ap preciated the excellent numbers which l5u ; MWW tXWUMAWWWV Ralls vea Instantly C0LO5 IN TUB HEAD, SORB THROAT, CROUP, FROST BITES, SORB CHEST, SWELLINGS and all INFLAMMATIONS. Pr events Pneumonia and Pleurisy. IT SOOTHES, IT HEALS. IT CURES. i a 1.00 BorrLns, 'OH SAI.K MY KIHS & CO.. TiTBgftnWwTBaaa Explorations in Bible Lands During the Nineteenth Century. Prof. H. V. IIilprecht, Pi. D., D.O., LLJJ. General Editor and Author of "The Retturrection cf AaayHa and Babylonia, GYfeOflL JXyimma 2 I i V V by any other food. comprised the program. During the even ing vocal solos were rendered ! by Miss Irene Godfrey, Mies Alli-e Wtnspear, Mrs. Ely, Mr. J. Leon KelgHr, and piano solos given by Mr. De Rlsdon Stambaugh and Igne Christensen. Miss fc-mlly Cleves rendered an excellent violin solo, and Mr. Herbert Elliott won favor with a man dolin .rendition. During the evening the T. K. quartet rendered several ((elections, the entertainment concluding with a read ing given by Miss Hart. Financially tha event was a pleasing aucceae. i .i i i DEATH RECORD. Two Deaths at Alnaworth. AINSWORTH, Neb.. March ' . (Special Telegram.) The death of John Crone, a prominent cltlxen of Brown county, oc curred here today. This removes another early settler. He died ot dropsy, aged 65 years. Ida Larabee died of consumption at her home in this city today. She had been a sufferer for some months. The funeral will be conducted from the family residence. HYMENEAL. Lanresee-niril. NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., March 3. (Spe cial Telegram.) Miss Grace Bird and H. E. Lawrence were married at the home of J. T. Bird tn this city today. The couple will make their home In Beatrice. Traee-Ka. LOUP CITY, Neb., March S (Special Telegram.) 5"sene E. Tracey and Eliza beth Kay were married by Rev. Waller E. Matthews this evening. Weeks Company Tonight. The Weeks eompnny Is on the hoards at Boyd's tonight. The program will be a varied one of music. Impersonation, etc. The company consists of Edwin R. Week, who sings character songs, reads, tells Jokes, gives dialect sketches und takes off noted men; Alice Martin, the well known harpist, and Grace Jlllson, a young soprano. Secretary Willis announces that on account of the church pruver meeting tonight the association entertainment will not begin until 8:30 o'clock. and Curat Quickly AT AT.T. OOOD XmT70K3Zarm. 13TH ANU UOK.i.aM STS.. 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