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THE OMAITA DAILY REE: SUNDAY. MARCH 10. 1905.
It, CLAIRVOYANTS CLAIRVOYANTS Are You in Medium JVycologist Fa 1 mist and Phrenologist. Horoscopes, Life Headings and Phrenological Charts ,n specialty. Self- addressed stamped envelope for Ueadings and Horoscope by mail. Trouble and Willing to be Helped? MME. BOYER can direct you in all Business and Love Affairs. Tell you if you will be successful in journeys or business transactions, or lose in speculation. . Points out in general way all about your Friends, Enemies, Husbands, Wives, Sweethearts. Tells you how to keep them true to yourself, and change hatred of enemies to love and devotion. MME. BOYER Teacher of Hindoo, Yogi, Occultism and Delineation of Past, Present and Future. Oriental System of Treatment for Nervous Diseases a specialty. Tells Cause of 111 Luck. Office and Reception Room", Center Hotel, J10 N. 17th t U Blk N ' W Communications Strictly Confidential (By Mall or Personal).' P. O. All OVR Fortune told by the most reliable clairvoyants. Send blrthdate, dime and stamp. Prof. Carl A Rollln, 490 N. Clark Ht.. Chicago. a 66J lx GVLMER, sclentlflo palmist, 716 N. 23d. S-36J MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1121 Leaven wirth. 8 3G4 y ,l B. FRANCISCO, the California lady rlalrvoyant and palmist. Offlce 1724 Cap itol ave. 'Phone 6610. Readings, 50c. FOR EXCHANGE IF YOtT tfo not find what you want In this column put an ad In and you will soon got It. Z-9S3 FOR EXCHANGE. 160 seres level hay land, 12 miles from O'Neill, Holt county. Neb., to exchange for horses, cattle, livery or .stock of bug gies. Price, $30 per acre. Brings fc.00 rent. Adjoining land sold for $30. Only L'5 feet to water. 100 seres near Qrand Island to trade for stock of general merchandise. 160 acres, Chase county, 'Nebraska, to trade ror umana property, would pre fer vacant lots suitable for residence. four modern houses and lots renting for 14 per montn, vaiuea at siu,uu, win trade for farm In Iowa or eastern Nebraska. N. P. DODGE ft CO., 1614 Farnam St. Z M617 20 FOR EXCHANGEI, hardware, business house, dwelling, .iome cash, In eastern Nebraska. All or part for farm in eastern Nebraska, Iowa. All good, must have good: poor health. Address A 13, Omaha Bee. Z-771 19x EXCHANGE. STOCKS of merchandise of all kinds In exchange for Improved and unimproved farm land. V. B. Sales Bureau, Bee bldg. Z 812 IS IP TOTT have land or merchandise to ex change do not fall to rail or write us. I'. S. Salea Bureau, Bee bldg. Z 813 IS STORE building and residence on 24th St., South Omaha, to exchange for good Im proved farm In eastern Nebraska; price, 112,000.00. U. 8. Sales Bureau, Bee bldg. Z-818 19 TWO residences In Omaha, good location, rent for $M.0O a month, steady tenants, to trade for farm In eastern Nebraska; !r!ce. $6,600.00. U. S. Salea Bureau. Bee . hldg. Z 819 19 OWNER of good full lot, 2Sth and Maple, price 60O. wll exchange for good driving horse. A 23. care Bee. Z 889 19 FOR RENTSTORES & OFFICES FOUR-STORY AND BASEMENT, BRICK BUILDING, 916 FAR NAM STREET. This building is 22x86 'feet, four torles and a basement. The basement Is 22x132 feet, Is cemented. The celling over the basement has a brick vault and Iron beam construction, making the basement fire proof. The first floor has a marble floor In front and granolithic floor In rear. There Is a large burglar-proof vault and a power elevator. The upper floors have windows on thrte sides. WiH Be Vacated for New Occu pant on April 1, 1905. Address The Bee Building Co., C. C. Hosewater, Secretary, Boom 100 Bee Bldg. I-5W 3-STOHY and basement brick building, 1008 Farnam, 22x100, hydraullo elevator, suit able for wholesale or manufacturing. 314 First National bank building. 1319 WE have vacant a particularly desirable Btnall office, which rents for $10.00 per month. Price Includes heat, light, water and Janitor service. It Is located on the (mirth door of The Hee building and is JuHt the thing for anyone wanting a nice little office in the best office buii-dlng In town. R. C. Peters & Co., Rental Agents, Uround Floor, Bee building. 1771 IF you apply at once we can give any one desiring a large office space almost any arrangement they desire. This space In on the sixth floor of The Bee building, with north light. R. C. Peters A Co.. Rental Agents, Ground Floor, Bee bldg. 1773 I.AROE, light room, else about 86x32 feet; second floor, rear 1308 Farnam St., suitable for office, light manufacturing, storage, tc. Inquire at above number, unsiaira. . 1-449 19x t'. 8. NAT'L. BANK BLDG. We have one especially line ground floor "fflce, 12U8 Farnam St., Just vacated; newlv papered and varnished: large vault, pri vate toilet and wash basin, electric lights, cloak room; heat and Janitor service fur ulnhed. We have other offices. Call und CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.. Ground Floor, U. 8. Nat l Bank Bldg. I-S08 19 FOR RENT Choice desk room. Apply 439 Hoard of Trade Bldg. . 1-900 19x LOST AND FOUND HH ND-The right place to have your ays tested and fitted right Bennett's. Found- LOST, a pocketbook. Return to B. L. Dan forth, Boston Store, and receive reward. Lost 667 is LOST-Mnrten fur collar Tuesday evening at Boyd's theater. Raturn to Bee office and receive reward. Lost M58 18 LOST On evening of lfith. near 16th . and Harney, gold spectacles, rase mark "Htockwell Pratt, Worcester. Mass," Reward If returned to Bee offlce. . Loat-M624 19 LOST, a mink fur tlpett between the cor ner o flfith nd Dodge and 24th and Har tley streets. U reward If returned to -MH Harney at. Lout M78 80 LOHT-810 REWARD, white bull terrier dog, with brlndle spots on left eye and ear and on left hip, and email oval spot -n back of neck, and small spot on tall: left hind foot crippled. Above reward will be paid for recovery of oog. Thos. Bryant, Schuyer, Neb. Lost 908 19 MONTHS-OLD female setter, head black. hlte and tan bodv. large black spot on W. )urd. Return to. 127 N. 1-4 MME. GYLMER Omaha's favorite palmist. Eight years In Omaha. Others come and . go, but Mme. Gylmer still remains. Site is the recognized lender In her profes sion. Parlors, 716 North 23d stree.t. 8 896 19 MRS. FAIRFIELD, 1714 California St. 8 366 MME. BOYER. Center hotel, 210 N. 17th, Vi block northwest P. O. 8 M180 M4 WANTEDTO RENT YOUNG man wants place to work for board while attending school. Boyles col lege. Tel. 1984. K 446 WE ARB turning away people who wish to rent houses and flats. If you have anything tn rent list It with us. N. P. Dodge Co., 1814 Farnam St. K 126 WANTED A small cottage, furnished or unfurnished, by small family of adults. Y 90, care Bee. K-491 19 BARN for 20 horses, close In. Room 611 Bee bldg. K M645 19x A 9-ROOM house; must be modern, west or southwest location. Telephone 1048. K-656 18 ROOM and board by young men; close In; references furnished. Address: A 3-. Bee. K 698 19x WE can rent your rooms. Don't delay. Write City Room Exchange, 220 Neville DIOCK. K. Miba 2U TOUNG married couple wants five or six room furnished house; modern. State what rent wanted In answering. Address A 16, Bee. K 767 19x WANTED, room and board for man and wife; close In, walking distance. Take noonday lunch downtown. Address Y 64, Bee Offlce. K-M717 20 PATENTS PATENT . GUARANTEED PATENTS SECURED OR FEE RE TURNED. Bend model Or sketch for free opinion as to patentability. Send for Illus trated Guide Book. Contains 100 mechan ical movements and LIST OF INVEN TIONS WANTED. TELLS HOW TO OB TAIN AND BELL PATENTS, etc. PAT ENTS advertised for sale at our expense. EVANS. WILKENS A CO.. Reg. Patent Attorneys, 616 F street, Washington, U. C. H. A. BTURGE8. registered attorney; pat ents, trade-marks, copyrights; no fee un less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha. 300 PATPIMT SECURED OR NO FEE I 1 Cll 1 O ADVICE FREE. American Engineering Co., registered at torneys, 609 Bee Bldg., Omaha. 906 M24 INVENTORS Before you spend money for a patent, have an examination made to discover If your invention Is new. These examinations cost li Sues A Co., att'ys, Washington, D. C, or Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb. . 157 PRINTING PRINTING LYNGSTAD MEMORIAL CARDS; ar tlstlo designs. 8. E. Cor. 16th st. and Capitol ave. SS4 KRAMER CHANDLER, QUICK PRINTERS. 1108-08 Douglas St. To de liver work wtien promised Is our bobby. 335 THE Jennings Printing Co.; everything new and up-to-date; prompt attention given to all orders. 113 8. 14th, 2d floor. 'Phone 6380. 3S6 FLORISTS HESS A 8WOBODA, 1416 Farnam. -909 L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tel. 1258. 367 ALFRED DONAOHL'E, JR.. 1807 Farnam. Tel. iffl. 38 TREES, SHRUBS, ETC. A COMPLETE line of fruit, shade, orna mental trees, vines, shrubs, roses, etc. Address, Omaha Nursery, I'apllllon, Neb. DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES Miss Sturdy. 'Phone A -2706. -871 LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received at the registrar' office. University of Nebraska, I.IIIPOIU, Ulllll Iiuutl, Paiui u.j, iun.it, w, on th following: 1. For printing and de livering I'nlveralty Calendar, oO pages, more or less, printed on 24x86 40-lb. paper I . li... n.. lamllh A CnnDtunu', Mir. kelt B & 8c book paper, all hand composi tion, same style and slse of page as calen dar for 1904, 6,000 copies. Sampitw on appli cation, omuer ii.id , ,v.v ' IIIVU.U Ing title page for cover; printed pages and fractions thereof only are counted. 8. Re- . . 1. .... I ........ ... 1 1 . .m- a ' & mm prints iruni niw m. - - " . ,""' Law 88 pages, more or less; 6,000 Medical, 4 pages, mora or less; 6.U00 Hchoois, U pages, more or nam" hhwiuuii, on lor calendar. The right Is reserved to re fect any and all bids. jOCl any ao BENJAMIN ANDREW8. Chancellor. MlStjll SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES Maaoale Temple, Cor. ltk A Capitol Ave. NOTICE OF CONTRACT FOR PRISON LABOR. Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Public iJinda and Buildings will receive sealed bids at the office ot the Secretary of State, Lincoln. Nebraska, until twelve o'clock, noon, April 8, IW6, for the em ployment of the labor of available prls oners confined to the state penitentiary. The contractor must employ such prtsun labor for the period of two years from April 8. 1906. and agree to pay a fixed sum ner day for each laborer employed and must bid accordingly. The Board of Pub lie Itnds and Buildings reserves the right ,o reject any and all bids. qaLUSHA. Becretary of Biate. Uncoln. Nebraska. March 7. Ij CAPITOL LODGE NO. t. A. F. AND A. M. Bpeclnl meeting Mnndav evening. March 20. at 7:30 o'clock, for work In Fellow Craft Degree. Visitors Invited. R. V. COLE. Master. VESTA CHAPTER NO. 60. E. 8 -Regular meeting Saturday evening. April 1, at 8 o'clock. Election of officers WINIFRED WALLACE. Sec. KMHT OR PYTHIAS. NEBRASKA NO. 1. K. OF P. Regular meeting Monday evening at 7:S0 o'clock In Myrtle hall, 15th and Douglas sts. Visi tors welcome. A B. ANDERSON, C. C. ROY A. DODGE, K. R. and S. TRIANGLE LODGE. NO. 64 Meets every Tuesday evening at Castle hall, 22d and Cuming. Visitors always welcome. D. B. STINE, C. C. J. R. STINE, K. R. and S. ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM. Sealed proposal will be received by W. R Tslboy, chairman cf Village Board. Newcastle. Neb., up to 7 p. m. March 23, 10. for the complete construction of s ravity system of water works, the cost Sot to exceed KS.O.00. tr"fl -hk 8600 00 to accompany each bid. Plans and siierlflcatlons may be seen at office of W. R. Talboy. Newcastle, Neb. ' W. R. f ALBOY. Chairman. Mch 10-dl0i TRIUNE LODGE. NO. 66, K. OF P.-Meets every TuesdHy night nt southwest corner . 14th and Dodge. Visitors welcome. 1 A. H. RAWIT7.ER. C. C. I J. C. BREWINGTON. K. R. S. ROYAL AIU AM M. UNION PACIFIC COUNCIL. NO. 1(K Meets second and fourth Mondays each month at Arcanum hall, northwest corner lflth and Harnev Visitors welcome. N. F. REKFORD, Regent. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY, WANTED A first-class marble and gran ite lltterer; good wages, but must be sober and perfectly reliable. Address J. E. Lutx. Blair. Neb. B-317 19x RAILWAY TIME CARD l IO STATION TETH AMI MARC Y. I'alon Pacific. Leave. Arrive. Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:06 pm Colorado & Cal. E a 4:10 pm a 9:30 am Cnl. & Oregon Ex a 4:20 pm a 6:10 pm North Platte Local a 7:50 am a 7 :t0 pm Fast Mall a 8:50 am a 8:20 pm Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:40 am Beatrice Local b 4:30 pm b 1:30 pm Wabash. St. Louis Express 6:30 pm 8:20 am St. Louis Local (from Council Bluffs) 9:15 am 10:30 pm Shenandoah Local (from Council Bluffs) 5:45 pm 2:40 pm Clilcaao Great Western. St. Paul & Minn a 8:30 pm ' a 7:15 am St. Paul & Minn a 7:45 am a 7:56 pm Chicago Limited a 5:00 pm al0:30 am Chicago Express a 6:05 am a 3:30 pin L'hlcaro, Hock Island A I'actfle. EAST. Chicago Limited a 3:65 am a 7:10 am Chicago Daylight Local. b 7:00 am a 9:55 pin Chicago txpicKg bll :16 am a o:io pm Le MoincH Kxpreea. . . .a 4:30 pm bll:60 am Chicago Fust Lxpress..a b:40 pm a 1:M pm WEST. Rocky Mountain L't'u..a 7:20 am a 3:50 pm Lincoln, Den. & West. .a 1:30 pm a 6:05 pm Oklahoma & Tex. Ex. .a 4:15 pm ali:40 pm Chicago A Northwestern. Local Chicago all:30 am 3:46 pm Fast Mail a 8:10 pin 8:30 am Daylight St. Paul a 7:60 urn 10:00 pin Daylight Chicago a g.ru an. ll:t0 pm Limited Clucugc a !:-5 pm 9:16 am Local Carroll a 4:00 pnr y rati am Fast St. Paul a 8:15 m 7:05 am Local Sioux C. & St. P..b 4:00 pm a 9:30 am Fast Mall 2:50 pm Chicago Express a 6:50 pm a 7:30 am Norfolk & Boneeteel....a 7:40 am 10:35 am Lincoln & Long Pine. .b 7:10 am 10:35 pm Casper & Wyoming e 2:60 pm e 6:16 pm Deadwood & Lincoln. .a 2:50 pm 6:16 pm Hastings-Albion b 2:60 pm 6:15 pm Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul. Chicago Daylight Ex...a7:55am all:00 pm California-Oregon Ex. ..a 6:46 pm a 3:10 pm Overland Limited a 8:20 pm a 7:36 am Des M. & Okobojl Ex.. a 7:56 am a S:10 pm Illinois Central. - Chicago Express ....a 7:25 am al0:36 pm Chicago Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:u6 am Minn. & St. Paul Ex. .b 7:25 am bl0:35 pm Minn. & St. Paul L t d.. a :60 pm a 8:06 pra Mlssonrt Pacific. St. Louis Express ..a 9:30 am a 6:00 am K. C. & 6 1. U Ex all: 15 pm a 6:00 pm WEBSTER DEI'OT 15TH A WEBSTER Mlssonrt Pacific. Leave. Arrive. Nebraska Local, via Weeping Water b 4:50 pm bll:40 am Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha. Twin City Passenger... b 6:30 am b 9:10 pm Sioux City Passenger.. a 2:oo pm all:20 am Oakland Local b 6:45 pm b 9:10 am A daily, b daily except Sunday, d dally except baturduy, e dally except Monday. Bl RLINGTOX STATION 10TH A MASON1 Burlington. Denver A California. Northwest Express.. Nebraska points Lincoln Fast Mail... Ft. Crook A Plattsm'th Bellevue & Plattsm th. Bellevue A Pac. June. Bellevue A Pac. June Denver Limited . Chicago Special .. Chicago Kx press , Chicago Flyer ... Iowa Local St. Louis Express Kansus City A St. Kansas City & St. Joe Kansas City & St. Joe. Leave, .a 4:10 pm .all:10 pm .a 8:50 am . d z:di pm i.b 2:52 pm .a 7:60 pm a 3:30 am ai.:io pm Joe. .a 7:10 am .a 4:00 pm .a 8:06 pm .a 9:16 am H 4:25 nrn .al0:45 pm .a 9:15 am a ,:.o pm Arrive, a 3:20 pm a 6:08 pm a 7:40 pm a 12:06 pm a 10: -'5 am b 8:32 am a 6 :60 ani a 3:55 pm a 7:25 am all:00 pm all:46 am a 6:45 am a 6:05 pm OCEAN STEAMSHIPS 1)1 KELT PAMSKNGtK BEKVll'K TU IN0RWAY, SWEDEN AND DENMARK Br tht lt 10,000 ton twln-icraw itetnMra. HKI.UG OLA V, from New York, Mar 1 INITED STATES, " " My S4 OtfCAH II., " " J"n 7 HKLMO OI.AV. " " Jun .1 I NITED STATES. " " Julr OSCAR II.. " " July 1 SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN LINE, No. I HrnBrtway. Nw York SCHILLER MEMORIAL AFFAIR tieriuana Arrange fur General and Kitting Observation of Cen tennial Anniversary. In all Germany, and everywhere upon the globe where Hermans have settled In large numbers, great preparations are bclntf made for the proper observance of the centennial day of the favorite author of the German people, Frledrlch von Schiller. Everywhere throughout this land May 9, 1S05, will be duly observed. The solemnity of tho day will, however, not be brought out, but rather an occasion to cherish the memory of the great man for the legacy he left to the people. The Germans of Omaha will not remain behind those of the more populous east ern centers, but contemplate a celebration In grand style. The tocletles anu lodges of Omaha and South Omaha have united to make the centennial a memorable event. The executive committee that has the mat ter In hand Is composed of representatives of all the German organisations and has outlined a program extending over May 7, 8 and 9. On May T a tree will be planted In honor of the great poet In one of our parks probably Rlvervlew. Addresses, to be made In English and Oerrann, combined male chorus and German singers, and a musical program are Included. On the evening of the second day. May 8, a grand torchlight procession Is to bu held. On the third day, May 9, a production of Schiller's masterpiece, "Wllhelm Tell," mill be given at one of the theaters, for which rehearsals arc now In progress. ah rnurivor win ue maae to urlng to Omaha the German societies and lodges from the vsrlous parts of the state and western Iowa. The- railroads have prom ised reduced rates for the occasion. A full program will be ready for publication In a few days. Woodmen of the World. On Tuesday evening, March 21, Alpha camp. No. 2, and Alpha grove. No. 2, will give a social entertainment at Myrtle hall, In the Continental block. Fifteenth and Douglas streets. There will be a prise waits and also prises for cards. The re freshment committee has been directed to look after that part of the program and see that none of the dainties of the sea son are omitted from the menu. Alpha grove. No. 2, Woodmen Circle, ex tends a cordial Invitation to the members of the groves of the city to meet with them Saturday evening, March 26, at Myr tle hall annex. Tho Woodmen Circle assembly, composed of committee from Msnchester, Alpha No. 2, J. C. Root and Toplar groves, met In regular session last Monday evening Of ficers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Mrs. H. Lancaster, Poplar grove, president; Mrs. Hourhln, J. C. Root grove, vice president; Mrs. Mather, Alpha grove No. 2, secretary; Mrs. Mundy, Manchester grove, treasurer. The object of the assembly Is to advance the general Interest of the Woodmen Circle In Omaha and to bring together socially the mem bers of th groves. Royal Achates. On last Tuesday evening Omaha lodge. No. I, after a short business session opened Its doors to the friends of the members, many of whom took advantage of the oc casion and enjoyed the evening at cards and dancing. The druggist committee ap pointed to secure bids for filling prescrip tions for members of the lodge, submitted Its recommendations, designating one of the local drug stores. The next entertainment given by this lodge will be on the evening of April 11 and will be in the nature of a box social. Fraternal Order of Eaalea. There were forty-one Initiations and thirty-six applications at the meeting of Omaha nerle last Thursday night. Aside from this the social features of the evening were a little ahead of any thing yet undertaken by the order In Omaha heretofore. Brethren were present from Council Bluffs. South Omaha, Kan sas City. Columbus, Lincoln and a host of other places. It was a great night. Monument Association. The next meeting of the Douglas County Union Veterans' Monument association will be held Monday evening, April 3. At this meeting the preliminary arrangements will be made for the dedication of the monu ment, which from present Indications will take place on Memorial day. The monu ment Is due to arrive In Omaha or Florence from Barre, Vt., on May 10. While the cost of the monument at the quarries In Barre, Vt., Is to be but 91,100, the. asso ciation wishes It to be known that the monument Is not a cheap affair by any means. Ordinarily the monument would cost $2,600, but through the energies of M. J. Feenan, an Omaha marble and monument dealer, the monument was secured at much less than the wholesale rate, and ordinarily the monument could not be duplicated for $2,600. Modern Woodmen of America. Omaha camp No. 120 held a -ery enjoy able meeting Wednesday night. There was a big crowd present and after the regular business session a program of music, short addresses, refreshments and dancing was Indulged. At the meeting of No. 120 next Wednesday evening there will be a big bunch of Initiations under the new ritual. Camp No. 1095 of South Omaha held a big meeting Thursday night. Sixteen new members were taken In and great enthusi asm prevailed. This camp le coming to the front In great shape, both In the matter of Increasing membership and In a social way. J ' The next big Joint meeting to be held under the auspices of the promotion com. mlttee will be on the evening of March 31 with Beech camp No. 1454.' Modern Maccabees. Boynton tent No. 1291 held Its regular re view In Labor Temple hall last Wednesday evening, with a big attendance. Including a number of visiting members, who wit nessed the Initiation work which vas put on for the first time In full in the local lodge. Much Interest Is being taken in the entertainment and ball to be given In Washington hall Monday evening, April 3. On Wednesday. March 22, the Installation o the new officers will take place and all members are urged to be present. Boynton tent No. 1291 held Its regular weekly review Wednesday night last. Eight applications were read and referred. An Invitation waa read from Council Bluffs tent requesting that the Initiatory tent confer the degrees on a number of appli cants there on Monday evening, March 27, which Invitation was accepted. The en tertainment committee Is arranging for a dramatic entertainment and dance at Washington hall on the evening of April 3. ladles of Modern Maccabees. Wednesday evening the Ladles of the Modern Maccabees will give their first grand ball In Labor hall. It being their first venture of the kind, a very attractive program Is being arranged for the event. Omaha hive. Ladies of the Modern Mac cabees, organised on February 22, 1906, with a large class of wide-awake members, who are full of enthusiasm for the new hive, and they promise to make It one of the most progressive In the city. Royal Neighbors of Amerloa. The members of this order from the lodges of Council Bluffs, South Omaha, Irvlngton and Omaha are planning for a celebration of the tenth anniversary of their beneficiary department by giving a grand rally at Washington hall Tuesday evening. March 21. Each member will re ceive three invitations, one for themselves and two to be given prospective members. Admission will be by Invitation, there be ing no charge. Degree of Honor. The Past Chiefs' association of Social lodge No. 102 met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Sherwood. 2562 Mandersoa street, Wednesday afternoon, March IS. A nice program was carried out and plans laid for much good work to be accomplished by this organisation In the near future. Degrrre of Pocahontas. Minnehaha council, Degree of Poca hontas, will give a card and dancing party at Myrtle hall Saturday evening, March 26. The affair gives every promise of be ing a very enjoyable one. Knights of th Maccabees. Omaha tent No. 76 met for Its regular review Thursday night with Ita usual big attendance. Four candidates for knight hood were Initiated and several applica tions were received. Sir Knights . He Gold rick and Good of the Magic City tent were present and took part In the degree work. They also delivered brief addresses on the good of the order. It was announced that the degree team would go out to Benson on Friday even ing. March 31, to confer th degree en a large class for Lincoln tent of that thriv ing suburb. On next Thursday evening there will b another class Initiation and all members should be on hsnd to see the work. Omaha tent No. 76 held Its regular re view Thursday evening. Four application were read and four canddldates wer con ducted through the mysteries that ended In knighthood. I'nder the good of the or der a number of knight spoke on topics of general Interest. Tribe of Ilea Hor. Banner court No. 76, South Omaha, held one of Its best meetings Wednesday night, about fifty members being present. A class of ten waa obligated .and nine other cards for membership were read. Deputy Su preme Chief Bartle-of Omaha was present and gave the secret Work. A new degree team was organised with eighteen mem bers. Peter Powers was appointed degree team Instructor. At the nrxt meeting, April 6. a large clsss will be Initiated. Mecca court No. 13. gave a box social on Friday night. There was a very large attendance and all report a most enjoya ble time. The boxes brought In considera ble revenue. The next meeting will be held Friday, March 2. and a large class will be Initiated. A big attendance greeted the meeting of Omaha court No. 110 last Tuesday even ing. Five Applications were read and re ferred and four candidates were Initiated. A number of member spoke under the good of the order. Deputy Supreme Chief Charles W. Way will meet with Omaha court next Tues day evening, and would at that time make arrangements for providing the degree team with a new set of robes, and it Is urged that all members be present. Conrt of Honor. Omaha District court No. 715 Initiated six candidates at Its Inst meeting and received several applications. Monday evening. March 20, Supreme lec turer Belle Quinlan of Galesburg. 111., will deliver a free lecture on fraternallsm at the hall. Seventeenth and Douglas streets (Rabaugh's hall). Elk District court No. 747 of South Omaha Initiated five and received several' applications at Its last meeting, and has a class of eight for Initiation for next Thursday night. Ixiyal District court No. 1018 Is getting In fine shape now and its future prospects nre very bright. Bert Bardwell has been appointed recorder to fill the vacancy caused by Miss Farley's resignation. Ladles of the G. A. n. Garfield Circle held a largely attended meeting Friday afternoon. Considerable business was transacted and .one or two new applications for membership were re ceived. It was unanimously voted to hold an open meeting on Friday evening, March 31. The circle Is also arranging for a rum mage sale to take place In the near future as a means to add to the treasury of the circle. WOMAN IN CLUB AND CHARITY The past ten days have decided the fa to of the two legislative measures In which the women of Nebraska were chiefly In terested, the Juvenile court bill and the decedent, or as It hss been popularly known, the equsl Inheritance bill. While th passage of the former compensated In a measure for the defeat of the latter, which was killed In the senate, and though warned of the prejudice that rxlsted against the bill, the women of the state are none the less keenly disappointed, par ticularly as the friends of the bill who worked for It at Lincoln roport prejudice more than anything else responsible for Its defeat. Dlstrlrt Judge Sears, who sup ported the women's property rights bill In the legislature two years ago. say that Ignorance on the part of the legislators of the Injustice of the present law was responsible for the Indifference which helped to kill thst bill at that time. The supporters of this year's bill make the same report. However, defeat does not mean discouragement to the women who have already announced that they will present another bill to the next legislature and that their next campaign mill be one of education as well as agitation. The Juvenile court bill Is a real satisfac tion and rewards the efforts of several years. It Includes the good points of most of the best Juvenile court laws of other ststes among them, thanks to the women's effort In bringing Judge Ben Lindsay here In January, a clauae similar to that of the Colorado law, which holds parents and others contributing to the delinquency I of the child responsible and liable to fine or Imprisonment. It also provides for probation officers and an appropriation for paying them. That they may supply some of the ne cessities In some of the destitute homes of the sick poor of the city the Visiting I Nurses' Association ask that any persons having caRt aside furniture that can still be used communicate with Miss McPher son, 'phone 343, or Mrs. Adams, 'phone 1544. and the association will call for It. The past month has been busy ns usual. 4.7 visits having been mnde among the sick poor and fifty patients cared for. Special nurses were required in five cases. There were five deaths, four of which were tuberculosis patients. The National Legislative league, a band of women, of whom comparatively little I known and to whom the women of this country owe much, met at Washington. D. C. Wednesday In their fifth annual con vention. The chief effort of the last year has been In behslf :f the cltlsenshlp of American women married to foreigners. The memorial wss presented by Senator Plntt of New York, and the late Senator Hoar of Massachusetts presented a bill which provided thst tin American woman who had married an alien might recover her cltlsenshlp after such a union If shs desired. This bill was discussed by the Judiciary committee of the senate and later by the senate Itself, hut was s.i distorted by amendments that Its friends decided it advisable to drop it. The agitation result ing hss served to draw public attention to present conditions. It Is the hope of the lesgue thst the next congress will decide that a woman has the same right to ctti tenshlp as a man and cannot lose them un less she chooses voluntarily to resign them. The hronse tablet presented to the city of St. Louis by the General Federation of Women's Clubs as a memorial of the Lou isiana purchase has at last been cast and Is to be delivered In St. Louis soon. The plaster model was .-xhlblted at the biennial last May and attracted much attendance. The tablet was designed by George Julian Zolney and shows a center panel In relief, depicting the Spirit of the West beckoning on a party of pioneers, whose wagons are seen In the background. At the top Is a portrait, In relief, of Thomas Jefferson and st the foot Is a quotation from President Roosevelt's "Winning of the West." The women of the First Presbyterian church have arranged to give the proceed of their regular Friday dinner on March 31 to the Visiting Nurses' association. The dinner will be served at the church, at usual. The current topics department has de cided upon a debate for Its program st th open meeting of the clnb next month. Th department members will debate whether woman's work outside of the home Is a detriment to the home. The department will hold Ita social afternoon Tuesday nt the home of Mm O. R. Btrelght, 824 South. Thirty-fifth street. There will be no meeting of the English literature department next Wednesday and the members will Instead be guests of th English history deportment. April ( Is th date of the next meeting. Men's, bovs', children's clothing, hats, ladies' stills' skirls, millinery, etc.; cash or credit. People's Store, 16th and Farnam. . SEW HEAL ESTATE FIRM. Open Offices la the Seville Block, Sixteenth and Harney. The real estate situation In Omaha Is growing more and more encouraging each year and the people who have money In vested In city property are realizing good returns on the investment. The effects of the boom have worn off. City property, both business and residence, has assumed legitimate values and Is gradually on the Increase. The above fact makes It encouraging to those who are entering Into the real estate business, as well an those who ore al ready established. The real estate line af fords a prosperous vocation to those who are adapted to It. Messrs. Smith & Ste venson of the above mentioned firm are both young and active men and there should be no doubt concerning their suc cess. The location they have chosen Is a good one, which will undoubtedly prove advantageous. . Genuine Heyn photos always are marked with an H before the Heyn. 318-30-22 S. 15th St., 2-story building on west side of street. Maul Undertaking Co., 419 S. 15th. Tel. 22i. Clothing on credit at Rldgley's, 1417 Doue. Report of the Condition of J. L. BRANDEIS 4 SONS BANKERS At the Close of Business March 18, 1905. KEsorncEs. I.onns find Discounts. . .$:i5.o5V.3(5 f. S. ntifl other Bonds.. 149,0:.(IO Warrant". 220.127.116.11 Cash in Office and Bank. .. 141 ,348.78 Total $tSli2,070.4.1 LIABILITIES. Capital $ 50,000.00 Surplus 5.0O0.00 Undivided Profits 3,482.53 Deposits. 603,587.92 Total .$0tf2,070.45 WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS. To the People of Nebraska: There is an attempt now being made by the combined railroad, line elevators nni line lumber yard interests gathered at Lincoln to cause the enactment of a law known a HOUSE ROLL NUMBER 25 by which the taxes of the people will surely be inc reased, and the. home administration of their county expenditures for bridges will in part be re moved from the hands of their local authorities. NO SIMILAR LAW HAS EVER YET BEEN ENACTED BY ANY STATE IN THE UNION. TniS LAW IS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LUMBER AND GRAIN TRUST NOW OPERATING LINE ELEVATORS AND LUMBER YARDS THROUGHOUT THE STATE, and to the end that such trusts may inflict upon the tax-paying public of this stat6 the same heavy exactions they are now inflicting upon the people of this slate in their , lumber purchases. Preliminary to accomplishing this purpose they must have some law through which they can wipe out the business of parties engaged in furnishing material and constructing bridges in this state. This they have found in House Roll 2."5. Not withstanding the large amount of money spent for bridges, none of the men engaged In such work have ever been able to acquire more than a moderate competency in such busi ness. This is of itself the best guarantee of the fidelity and care that has been used in .the expenditures for bridges by our county officials now charged with the care of such matters. Engaged in an unequal fight at Lincoln with thee combined trust forces is Robert Z. Drake, owner of the Standard Bridge Company. WE APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS STATE TO HELP HIM BY THEIR ADVICE, SYMPATHY AND ANY OTHER HONORABLE MEANS TO PREVENT THIS INIQUITOUS MEASURE FROM BECOM ING A LAW. ' We are, in the interest of honest home administration of homo affairs, and always in the interest of fair play; Very respectfully, LEVI MILLER, President of First National Bank, Stanton, Neb. L. SMITIIBERGER, Farmer, Stanton, Neb. BOB APPLEBY, Real'Estate Agent, Stanton, Neb. JOSEPH GRATTIN, Merchant, Stanton, Neb. J. O. BENEDICT, Mgr. West Point Milling Co., West Point, Neb. WM. BR KITING EH, Liquor Dealer, West Point, Neb. . JOHN HOAR, retired, West Point, Neb. S. S. KRAKE, Attorney at Law, West Point, Neb. ' J. F. KAUP, County Clerk, West Point, Neb., II. S. SUMMERS, M. D., West Point, Neb. M. E. KERL, Mgr. West Point Brewing (., West Point, Neb. W. A. BLACK, President First National Bank, West Point, Neb. J II. THOMPSON, Druggist, West Point, Neb. OTTO ZASEK, Mgr. Baumann Drug Co., West Point, Neb. H. W. BAUMANN, Merchant, West Point, Neb. JOHN WARD, Farmer, Geneva, Neb. FREDERICK J. WEARNE, M. P., Physician, Omaha, Neb. JOHN F. FLACK, President City Savings Bank, Omaha, Neb.