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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TTKSDAT, JTXE 18, 1K)7.
H0MEM0TE55OCIALGO5Sir M(D)ft&iieirlad, r ii il; i 1 i ) I a "NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY Kr. Ccrgill Girei Luacheoa for JCisi Woods freest CLUBS TEE POFTJLiB EESCETS aday Ktrwt ai-s Larrelr at Btk Mela aa Cava lry Oae Vlsltlag Girts In Beta E.atrrteiae4. (Tj Country snd Field riot were tba I'TJ'ir pleasure hsurtu Punday fwilnj, Wh n large rrtwclr ci or! to u;per and the large. brTy bof-be were very at-trarm- tr spending tlie greater pert of tV clr.y In th heated city. Mr. Ben WkiJ ntTtatred u' h.;it at tbe Country tluh in Iirmor of K .ar 'illnTT.atn CrtmiMt, who i t guest ' Mm Margaret "Wood Hi r-iwt were M.k CYarnmer. JiTls Jean Cudaly, Mi Margaret Wood, Mr. Junto Ir-wn arS Vr rfkcr lew1 Ttth Captain TrBn Were Mis lrnrle Clsu of jialn. Miss M Himlltni. Miss tety roane.. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hun. Mr. arid Mr. Franr-1 P.tii. Mr. and tin C arles ptoart of Cmiriru Fraffs. lr. TL M Fs'-fK Id. Mr. Frank Hamilton and Mr. Earl Gannett. Mr. and Mrt. R. T. jrir.V entertained Mr. ana Mr, fiemuel T. Miller. Miss Mom Kloke snd Mr. Lou Cilirke. Email iik.ni- wtrf p! m by Mr. ari3 Mm T. M. Crr. who had four guests: Mr. and Mm. Tlrrhert -Wheeler, four; Mr and Mrs. W. S Poprpioion, four: Mr and Mrs. w. O Gilbert. to: lir. Huntley, two; Mr. and Mrs C. K. Gulou. two. Mr. aiallory. Cr. Mr. Hkt)pr, fiur; Vr. M. C. Peter. four: Mr Harry Curr.rt.mgs, two; Mr E. P. Pfk, five. Mr. E. 8. "SVwrtbrrx.k. three: Mr. rrank Hasknn. four; Mr. Hull, three; Mr UoKford, four; Vr. Harry O'Nell. two; General Cowln. two; Mr. W. E. Martin, three; Mr. WUson Lowe, two, atid Mr. John B. Brady two. At ta riela Claa. Among; those who made respirations at tba f)eld clnb Sunday rvTOtn wnr Mr. B. J. Jobat, who had four ruwt. Mr. Jotin W. Pariah, e; Mr. L M. Oiboon, two; Mr. O. E- Bore, five; Mr. R. C Thorcaa, four; Mr. K. B. rpdlka, four: Mr. J. "W. Later. Mr. B- W. VJllnr. four; Mr. John "WaUwork., thrw; Mr. Prd Hamilton, two: Mr. Char lie Pouter, two; Mr. C E. Shaffer, two: Mr. Arthur Bcrlbrwr. four; Mr. R. L. B.ker. two; Mra. T. F. Qoflfn-y. two: T'r. Hunt, two; Mr. J. A. AJblrt. four; Mr. T. G. taker, two: Mr. M. H. MabouM'ur, two; Mr. C. J. Bowley, two: Mr. W. H. Garrett, two; Mr. W. H "Wood, two: Mr. W. J. Cotd. four; Mr. Ed Ourkrt. two: Mr. Her bert C. Kohn. four: Mr. J C. Buffineton. fire: Mr. T. Boyd, three; Mr. J. VI" Hill, two; Mr. Aubrr Potter, two; Mr. E B. Boyer, four; Mr. OsUre Balrd, four; Mr. T. Kelly, two: Mr. Paul B. Burteljrh, five; Mr. M. W. Cavanarh. four: Mr. Charlea Mc Creary, four: Mr. E. E. Huntley, four; Mra. Geonpe Mills, four: rr. Lraxtrt. two; Mr. K. Johnaon. two; Mr. T. B.-Mac.kland, two; Mr. A.. I. Pelt, four; tr. L J. Schneider, twe; Mr. W. VT. Inchea. two; Mr. John T. rale. three; Mr. Tanoa Lane, two; Mr. Praiiklln K. Sbotwelftwo; Mr. H. C. Mar tin, two: Mr. W. M. Oiarr.bera. four; Mr. in ArmatroiiB. two: Mr. A. L. 'U'eich, three; E E. Brando, two, and Mr. J. B. Iman thre. ?' I"a. r. B.'Oow-?ll oterta.tned at a -rery A. attraetSve luncheon Monday at her home in , honor of Mra. John Moraman of Chicago. The table waa beautiful and had for a centerpiece a large brown Jananeae baa ket filled with honey suckle. Covers were laid for twelve. PrweBMtltv Ploumi. Mra. John L. Kennedy win f.vt a lunrheon Wednesday In honor of Mis William Cramrmr, of Denver, rueaft of Him Margaret Wood Mlaa Cramnier 11 exrairif-ly attractive, being a tall wC A lawly brunette with a Tavacloua and rharmlnc manner that has at onc made Lit popular with those who have met her Cards have been received from Spokane, Wash., announrtne; the, mamaire of Mr. Edwin TulUe Chimin, of E.nd Point, Idaho, formerly of Omaha, to Miss Mable Louise Hcwkner, which took place Thursday evenlm June I. at the home of the brioee parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chapln will be at home after July 1 to Sand Point, Idaho. ( aaal Ge tioils. Mrs. E. P. Peck wfil ' ret urn boms Wednesday from Mudlavla, Kramer, lnd. Mr. John C. Ooodwtn the Canoe of Mlas Genrcla Keanard will arrive Tuesday of Drat week, and win be a truest at the Ker.nard home. Mlns Williamaln Crammer, of TJenver, . arrived Suiiday morntnar to be the ruest of Miss Margaret Wtood for several weeks f M.T. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly left Sunday w fr New Tork from wtiere they will sail fur Europe to spend the siWnsxir. Miss Brownie Bees Baum lias twrurned from the east, where ah has been attend ing school. Miss Agnes Burkley returned Monday from Lake Forest, 111, wnere aba has been artending achool. Miss Base TjnmoDt will leavs Tuesday for Rnchestar. K. T., where ahs will be the guest of friends Mr and Mrs. O-orge Redtrk, Mr. Elmer Redlrk and Mrs. Swantalandar, left Sun A rOll I Two'i company. three's a crowd unless there's an extra package of 1 .1 u 'A Cincer Swaps. My, but they're good! day w.lni for New Tork and will sail Thursday fr Europe., where Utey will s;-end the surrmer. Mrs John C Co win returned Saturday from a trip to Cleveland. O. Mr and Mrs. W. H. McCord spent tha weeks end In Ft. Joseph. Mo Mrs Levi Carter left Saturday for Pennsylvania, to be gone all summer. Mr. filierman CaxJl-ld will leave Tuesday for a short rltrlt with reiatl-ea In Sherl dan. Wyo. Mr. Earnest Tan Tassel spent Sunday In Omaha with friends Mr Fred Wright, of Seattle. Wash- rh has been visiting Mr. Joe Fradenburg, re turned Monday to his home. SPAIN'S NEWR0YAL NURSERY Was Pleased r lera 1 Irterla ia AeewralaBc-e wltk Brr Osa lalesta. The rooms prepared In the palace at Mad rid for the young Prince Alfonso are the product of hut mother's planning In every detail. C uecn Victoria has had to yield to 5nanieh pre.ludic-s In many mattera. but In rreparlng the nursery far her baby shs Insisted en having her own way. The suite is situated directly above the Queec'i bedroom and o:n.muntcaves with hrr apartments by a private ta.'.rrase. It la on the sunny side of the palace and It ennrists of a day and a night nursery, a dining room, bath room, a dormitory for the attendants and a work room. Green and while arp U.e colors of the day nursery. On the walls is a continuous series of anlmul pictures. Among the peculiar, tle of this room, which .1 to be the royal ply room. 1 the i fact that there Is not a sharp comer In It Every angle Is rounded so tliat the stum i Lling of the little feet may not result la cuts and hrulacg. Another feature is that the room itself I from floor to celling and every article In St. except the delicately rose-ticted carpet of English manufacture. Is washable The windews are protected without with ham mered iron gratings of old-faahioned de sign. The night nursery Is sdorned with three frescoes, 'Horning," "Mliday" and Night," Tli fret shews a baby awakening In a cradle Booded with sunshine, the second a Utile child eating and the third a little boy saying his evening prayers, kneeling by Ms bed. The furniture Is of mahogany, lacquered white. A frleae of grotesque fig-are bor ders the walla. Toung Alfonso win occupy the same crib that his father and grandfather slept In. hut the coeen has had It remodeled. It used to be ornamented with two high pil ara, which supported a canory modeled on the Spanish crown. From this heavy dra peries f lac flowed to the ground. The queen has had pillars, canopy and curtains removed. The court says she was afraid pf the crown falling and crushing the Infant. Most likely It was bar modern apweclatlon of free circulation of alr about th aleeplng child that dictated the changa. All the rooms, though beautiful, are sim ple. They are planned and adorned In the child spirit. Queen Victoria is something of a fresh air fiend; ahs inherits it from her grandmother and namesake. The thorough ventilation of tba royal nursery has been her especial care and It Is said he has made sure of It to a degre that fills her Spanish attendants with wonder and some dismay. MAN AW A DRAWS BIG CROWD Hwt VMlkn Malce tae Lakr Efeato eisOly Attratettve, Masiy Taklag a. Flsuagre. Lake Manawa was the seen of mnch actrrtry Sunday, the not weather driving thousands of pleasure seekers to the cool resort. Every available car waa pressed Into service to handle the throng Bathing proved th most popular featura hundreds taking a refreshing plunge In the clear water at th kursasX Th bathers greatly enjryed tbemsalve frolicking on the beach, shooting the toboggan slide, "rolling" th barrel or diving from the new eprlng boards. Thos who did not oar to go bathing but wished to tak ad van tare of th cool lak breax. either took a launch ride or patronised the row boats, the entire lake being dotted with pleasure crafts, presenting a most pictur esque appearanofl. Nordin's band rendered an excellent musical program afternoon and evening. Th miniature railroad lost none of it attractiveness for the little one. The big roller oo aster was taxed beyond its ca pacity the entire day, a!l twelve cars be ing used afternoon and evening. Prof. Andrew, the aeronaut, made his balloon ascension, performing aero ha tic feats while suspended high in mid air. Miss Pauline Courtney Introduced several of the latest illustrated songs at th oasrna scor ing a big bit Be Want Ads proaao results. rw Bars Drews, KANSAS CTTT, Mo.. June If Harrr w hltney. aged 1 years, and Robert Gor man, aged 17. were drowned in the Elue river near here Uiday when their ranne rapstsed Neither of the bnva knew hr.w to manage a cane and neither could hTavy r!u!s.r,Vr " VW,nt 10 nt I I WORK OF THE CLUB PIES Voms-Ti'i QiriatiBJi Temperance Tnion Aik Co-cperatios cf Club. VT0IO3 TO rOEJC THADE Mrs, I ara Wsferl aotata Cwaa afttee la First Dtarrfet to Fwrasw late PLaas far laaprwremrat aif AaaiaaJ Distrtrl Mee-tlag. Mrs. Laura A Woodford, vice president of the First district of Nebraska Federa tion of Woman's clubs. ha aj pointed the followmp committee to formulate plars for a butler district organlxatkm to be pf sentej St the next stste meeting: Mrs. W. E Paeof Syracuse. Mrs. J. F. Steven of Lincoln and Miss Margaret S'ele of Fall City. tHir'ng the conven tion of th clu1s of the Flint dlrtrlct hell in Lincoln April 21 and S a resolution was paaeed '.;thor5sing the af potetment of this committee Concerning the success of the district meeting Mrs Woodford says: "In my opinion th district meeting wi!l never lie a complete success until it al ternates biennially with the state conven tion TV omen are leading too strenuous lives with the.r club, charity and soclsl life to sy nothing of their borne cares and duties " The substitution of the biennial for the annual stale convention wiD without doubt be the chief lea vie of the meeting at Has tlnirs next Oetoler. The action of the third district m f"rm!ng a permanent or ganization last April and the continued atr'tatlon for the blenr.lal convention by the first district insures support for the move ment that will go far toward carrying It It 1 safe to predict, however, that tho welfare of the weaker districts will weigh hesvler than the wishes of the stronger one when It comes to the decision next fall. The fact t!.at the weaker districts have not been ready for the change has alone prevented tt at the last two state meeting and If this still seems to ba the case next fall there is little doubt t'nt the proBcnt plan will be continued until 't is safe to make the change. W. C. T. F. Asks Oo-oaermtiaa af Claaa. Th National Women's Christian Tem uerance union has recommended the fol lowing resolution to club women and asked that they co-operate by adopting it and working tor It: Whereas. Vanv cf the magaxlnes and newspapers of the day carry advertiee men:a of alcoholic liquors and also other advertisements and pictures which should not he aiiowed to enter the home; there fore be it Resolved, That we will choose for our homes, so far as possible, the news pa;er anil magazine which exclude such advertisements; that we will. In a spirit of franKnnss and kindness, ask publish ers and editor to cease to include in their publications ol jectlonahle advertisement Moreover, we will remonstrate against sut-h advertisements and picture being post-d in THihllc plsces. believing them to be demoralising, and we consider that t 1 the duty of town and municipal author ities to prevent such displays on bill boards or In other public places. Will OrgaalM Wossea Wsrker. C"!ub women will watch wnn keen inter est the outcome of the conference called In Chicago for July M for the purpose of uniting women workers In ail branches of industry In a general labor union. The meeting "wfTl be held under the direction of the Xattnal Trade union and an effort win be made to organise an women m fac tories, shops, packing house and other branches of Industry. Chlcaa-o has among Its public spirited women many who are strong advocates of labor unions for women. Among these is Miss Mary Mc tKJwell of Chicago university settlement. P. E. O. Mewtlaa: at SfrCaoaU The annual convention of the P. E. O. Sisterhood of Nebraska opened at McCook this morning and will contine through Thursday. In addition to th routine bnai Breas the attendance and participation of a numtier of the brightest women of the state, the program Includes a reception to be given Thursday evening by chapter X at the Blxler hotel in honor of the visit ing women. A musical program will be a feature of the evening. Being a secret organlxaUua fie meeting will not be opon to visitors, but the society is strong in Ne braska and mnch Interest attaches to Ms annual convention. Hear! at a Keaac-tlva Bilk." Two women bought tickets at a beauty bath, put away their valuable and ex changed weight and measure data. "My dear, the cheapest thing! Only a dollar a bath and 1 lost a pound in five! But you I dont see why you take them, your are perfect, simply perfect." and aba looked at the attenuated form admirably. 'Why. I'm a roll of fat." the sllverllka one said, "a perfect roll. Why. I walked up the stairs of the Flatlron building the other day and found myself actually puffing when 1 got to the top. Have you tried stairs T 'shs looked over her shoulder, to see that she waa not overheard, "they're a lot cheaper, and la one of th sky scrap ers you can get all the exercia you want for nothing" Th most interesting place where fat 1a taken off is one of the establishments wher a patented process does, according to some of tbe patients interviewed, produce won derful result. The proprietress wears a dress that bangs loosely about her and trails in tbe front. Sh tell bow much weight she has lost herself and then sets tbe interviewer In front of a mirror that has a tendency to make curves or angles. The establishment is in on of tb busiest parts of town and is sumptuously furnished. There are no front steps and there is a pri vate elevator. Both of these things ar pointed out. Ton cast get women who weigh 00 pounds to go up stairs, you sec, tbe pro prietress said, t'psialrs in the reduction establishment there is a corn dor from which twenty odd rooms open, each with Its narrow oouch and maid in attendance. There are gu'-gle of satisfaction and grunts of dellrbt as weights are taken and measurements made. As the proprietress ushers tb investi gator out a women com in. saying: Is this "Tes'm " nj do you" "Tea m. Guarantee In two months." "Oh. then this l th place." Jewish Waatraw Aanrlati a. J ' mmwi i&miiii I'l rfrwiPD WOTIieB are J Wfilig 112 Iiri.lW til t KTItlUI kinds. In New Orleans ttiey have lately opened the Touro Infirmary, a thoroughly modern haepltal of ISO beds. of a I.li h elgnty are free In New Tork a Jew.ati natrmlty hospral will be opened on the Fast side in f-r" eir. lr Tne Keneera Gru'i Home for Vt ork ing Girls was opened In 11.11a ielithia law month Jewish women and gin arriving at tli port of Balti more will I looked out for by M1 Martha P.eisenstein. apnolr.ted by the Baltimore seijsi of the Council of Jewish Women. 1-asi year tne Jewish industrial rem'-val eT.'-e removed L.T: erm ni from New Tork to all pert of the country Thev were sent to fcafc cities and towra ff those Stl I. 4 were women and chlidran, moat of whom went ia family grou; tanguia do. LETTJJi EClALISTa. SPfMAlT- . nnnc i V i Vi;,i;.,;!:,,,i:;;i;!:Ei:ft:v- For 12 top of Re J Metal can from La-pe Mah-Nutrmc Bottles with Gold Trade-mark or 24 irom Split Evrtt r w: 1. EWck Traoe-ssark and 15c fur pawsgcw will satai one e! our Vienna Art Pistes ta any address in the United , AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Eally Day for the Y. IL C. A. at All cf the City Clmrclie. SI ALT OS TEE BUILDING FCSD rlre ail Police reanlaloa Makes a Siaiaber af Caaagee la tae Police Force aa Aeraait of aort aTa of Paaaa. Sunday was Toung Mpcb Christian association day in Sjutb Omaha. All cf tbe Sunday serricea took up and consid ered the feasability of a ner SMmHhi build ing lor the city. Tbe move, with the mass meeting of last n.ght at the high school auditorium, is now fairly launched. The committeea and the sulicuxnmittees have been apjKilnted and squads have been created for pueMng the work. It is count id a small matter for South Omaha to rale the money for lbe building when shner cities of less tiuai one-tenth of the population have buildings equally as good as the one projiosud, r Among the beat ef forts of the chi J a as Ui address of At torney "Wharton cf Omaha at the First Presbyterian church. Thoroughly prac tical, full of life and picking up Incidents which come close home, he held the at tention of the congregation for an hour on the practical good of the association. The te st part of his discourse was that ta which be took np the actual lives of young men who had been rescued by the Toung Men's Christian association and among them his own partner in the lav business, kfr. Morgan, now deceased. HI tribute to his friend and his heroic life were touchlngly imtht'tic He took up hi own life and told how the gymnasium bad wrought a cure of physical ailments better than constant care of a physician. Secre tary G. A Young assisted in this service. It. R. I. Wheeler occupied the pulpll of th Vethiidist church in place of At torney Goes, who could not 11 the place as announced. The doctors eloquence and enthusiasm for tbe cause of the associa tion are well known. His etlort yesterdar was counted one of his best. He took for hi subject, "Is the Toung Man Bafe?" In the evetiiig Elate Secretary Bailey ft If Cfbsar Owi Pmna) Jap Moss Soap TOILET It Is transparent so clear you can read through it. Tt lathers freely in all kinds ol water. For use in hard water its strong est point. Women say there Is nothing to equal it lor washing the Lair. Made from the whitest, Eurest and best vegeta te oils - oils that you can eat. It's twice the size and less than one-half the cost of any brand of real ly good transparent soap. J CHICAGO t The expectant ornixrsing mother requires added strength and noiirbhment. combines the rich, strengthening prop erties derived from Barley-Malt and the soothing qualities of Hops. It is the most easily assimilable form of liquid nourishments t Sold by all Druggists 2nd Grocers la cases of 1 Doz. Large or 2 Doz. Split Bottles Anheuser-Busch SL Louis, Mo. Brewers of the Famous Budweiser Beer gave an illustrated lecture at tbe hljrh J school auditorium, briefly sketching the Hie of th association from Its foundation. He then took up th work In Nebraska and showed a number of tbe buildings which have been erected in the state. Among them were the buildings at Chadron, Cen tral City, Tork, Hastings and Fremont. He emphasised th fact that South Omaha had many time the population of any of the above towns and yet the building at tempted would cost only luG.OOu. He was assisted in the service by tbe pastors of the city, and his son. who sang aeveral solos and lead congregational singing. Tbe T. M. C. A. quartet rendered three selec tions which were well appreciated. At tbe I close It was announced that over U.000 , had already been pledged. Beginning this j morning all of the committees will get to : work and an extenalve campaign will be ! instituted. There is little doubt that the i amount will be raised in thirty days or . loss The Armour whistle will be blowa I every tlm a thousand dollars has been passed. It is due to have blown four time already. Ckamsrea la Polar rare. Owing to tbe shortage of funus in tb police department the Board of Fir and Police commissioners held a special meet ing last Saturday bight and dropped av-1 eral from the rolls. Tbe men left out arc Captain Charles Morton, Jailer J. 14. Fow ler, Patrolmen Jake Small, Herman Tango man and D. D. Ringer. Captain Tumqulst was reduced to the rank. John C. Troutan was elected a captain. Shields was also made a captain. They will alternate and while serrtng day will have the duties of city detective. Hank Blafslder was mad night detective. This arrangement has too effect of con serving the polio funds for th balance of tbe year, about 5u0. It is expected as soon as the new levy is made and becomes available the force will receive addltlona. It is likely that the number of patrolmen win be increased to the same number now em ployed and it is likely that some of the present officers will be reinstates. This course seemed neoessary. as th council could not discover a way of boosting the police fund. Some little sur prise has been expressed as to the ejec tion of the officers and those dismissed It was thought that some change would he made when the board elected the force, but no one was prepared for the direction In which the dismissals came. It Is un derstood that Jailer J. M. Fowler aaked if they intended to discharge anyone, and if him that he be showed to tender his resignation. He waa. according to hi statement, given to understand that he would be retatned. and tb dismissal cam without warning. No change were made rn the fire depart ment. There i plenty of money in that department. The new officers will take their positions at once arid tb officer dis missed will quit work today. Th board is to meet araln Wednesday of this week. Maarle City fee la. Miss Efne Mllfnrd of Julesburg. Colo., is viriung m this ctry. Mr. and Mrs E. R Tremaln ar the guests of Mrs. E L. Burch. Jetters Gold Top Beer delivered to .n pan of the city. Telephone Nn. I Mrs J. R Kr.plar and daughter hav gone for a visit o Hxceisior Spring. Mo. Mm May- Marshall will leave for Weep ing Wster this nroniU-i after several days' visit with friends The local aerie of the Eagles will be wen represented at Lincoln tills week Ther are eighteen regular delegate and prob atilr Uier will be W riaitor to tn atat convention. It is likely that they wlil li s st on one state olboe and that th sec retary, J. M. Tanner. They leave thi moejiir.g at 7 o'clock. Notice to Dairy Men: tr desire to let eon- i tracts for otic year on al! brew gralna Call at once. Jetier Brewing Cc. Bonn Omaha. Frank Brown of Armour Co. ia off I on hi vacation. H will spend lb tlni I at St. Edward. j Robert T cuing Lu returned from St. Paul, j Minn., wher he went to attend th com- I Biencemetii of i.ls oollega. I W. J. McBtiraar has returned frnn . I vmit to Excelsior Springs fa want away ill and returned to Jind ni wif still sul fer'tig from an Urn iaatlng trie enure t:me of his atisonoa. The King's I. lighters of th First Pres byterian church ill giv their annual to t ream icial at Highland park Jun Sk. Mr E b. Cooj-er addressed trie L-fler Memorial church yesterday morning in the interest of tb Youug Men s Christian aa- SUNDAY ATTHE THEATERS Th Maly CWr" Steves le tmm Bara k tarts aa t4 Wk, Teatarday th company and play from' tli burwood tuoved to the Boyd, and Just about on urn, fur the bot wsvs would hav mad tb ulo little bunuwi ,.... !bl. But at lb Buyd. where wlnduw and door can be oiwbed on three sides cjf Hi audltoriutn, th ventUatlun la so gcod that tli theater i cu4.i on th hot test of nights Here. toci. th fine big stag pern.it tt Betting up of tb tnery to advantaa-a and th presentation of th piay waa muut improved as a t-onsequano. Il is ruuzAut very smoothly. t oumpany taUg Ut advauLaga cf ir1lrrf waak ta the parts, and 1t is new being given with much better effect. Mies Latig ha nut j relaxed her effort In the least, and makes Mary a strong character. Mis Hill as Martha, Mis Hudson as Hsrar. end Mr. j Ivle a Barabtie- continue tholr good work, a do the otln s In the cam.. The j same n.attnee will lit fr'ven at the Bovd aa at tbe Bur wood Tbe Elmore Stock company presented the four-act drama. "In a Woman Power." to two fair -slaed K rug audience Sundav. Mis Lydta Powell a Eaura Imchesne portrayed the rule very creditably, an also did Mis Lois Meredith the part of Bemlce Hardieraft. Franklyn apraln demonstrated his ability In the heavy role, which really was the loading part, and waa Wbrmlv received. The other men.lic.rs of the com pany ar entitled to credit for the manner in which they took their parts. Miw Pomeroy, as usual, delighted the gallery and, In fact, the whole house in her char acter songs. The play will be reiwated Monday, Tueaday and Wednesday with the usual ruaUnue. FIVE THOUSAND HEAR GREEN Cns ti of People Eaior Isert M mm brass at Haasraa Park. George Green and bis baod did things to Old Sol yesterday afternoon at Hans oom park. Ther made l.UOO person for get what Old Sol was doing to them and lose thought of everything for the time being, but George Green and hit buid and the music they were sending out to baffle with tbe sun hot rays. Green started out on Sous march, "Samper Fideies," and wound ,up with the "Amei lcan Ambassador," by Brooks, playing some choice selections In between in such a way as to make most of hi audience feel like taking up a collection. But Mr. Green waa not there for money, and when a courier allpjied up to him and whispered a word about the movement that was gathering momentum, sub rosa, Herr Green promptly cut loose on "Th Golden Sunet.- playing It with uch realistic force s to make all the good people turn and look for the sun, softly stealing be- a mother abonJd be a aource of joy to all, bot tLe anfferirig ard Cingrr incident to the ordeal make its nnticipation one of misery. -other Friend is the onlj remedy whick relieve women of the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman's aewerest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger it avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions ara overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, an4 tLo erious accident so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's p - - Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," L'J fl k If li'C eys marry who have used it. i.oo per ifiOUliB 2$ uuitie at crag stores. liook containing valuable information of interest to all women, will oe sent to any address free upon JAH.E ako RrruFtn vu HEW YORK, VASHIFJGTQH,D.C. NIAGARA FALLS STOP-OVERS at all Tourist Potott Grand Ocean Trip between Hsw York end Norfolk LAKE SHORE TRCV CKlCltO . Zl&S KiCHIalN CDfTrl Al rROM CK1CJLM JI.I5 t:c ro'M TKom chicaco . . jlcs Kl6 rOUR fltSsi IT. LOUIS . GOING AND RETURNING SAME ROUTE tie roun ntoM chjcaco . . izlzs &6 roun FROM ST. LOUIS . tiJM trOf-OVER AT wAJKIfcCTDH, ft. C WIITI rOB ILLUSTRATED FOLDER tTAARDH J. LTKCH. faaaancar T raffia klanaoar. exiflAC:f a I hind the hedge, o'er the hill to tho horizon, behind which it projiosed siiiid i It g the night. It wa music that mado man forget even hi money. ! The real feature of the game, a th j official scorer would say, was "Good ! Night. Beloved," rendered by a Quartet i composed of Messrs, Hoyt, NepodaE CUria , ten sen and Chvala. j Last season Mr. Green taught the penpl i of Omaha who like to go to laut:ful ( Hanscom park what a treat it 1 to gair ; bol on the green gran and hear wer"t I music at the atme time, and the popu j lart'.j he gained is r fleeted In the eager- nes with which these jieojile Jump out 1 of their winter garments and hasten to the park each Sunday afternoon. Mr. Green ha a plan for the lncreas of the public comfort, it consist in a proposition to erect a hand stand, or pavilion, on the lake side at Kansoora park, where the band and the people can njoj the shade of the beautiful treea while the music 1 being dispensed. Ho will present this plsn to the city authori ties At present his band must play from the large, general pavilion, and thia is not entirely satisfactory. If you have anything to trade uj vert is It in the For Exchange column of Th Be Want Ad pages. A Cc4 Motto. "Speaking of curlou signs," began th city salesman. "Which no one ha mentioned hereto fore." butted In the buyer. "Well, speaktn' of signs, now that you'v brought up the subject," continued the salesman, unjwnurtwd. "1 sa a curiosity in that line the other day " "1 that so?" remarked tht buver. oulor JesKly. "Tes an' Jt a good one for you to rw raemher. nul that you need tt particularly, but Just on general principles," the sales man explained. "1 dure say," sneered the other. "It wa In a lltue lunch room and took th place of the sign that read No credit:' j you'v seen those; but It had It beat la ueain. continued the salesman. "Well, what was It?" questioned tba bityor. The aalenman produced a Utile card and handed it over the counter. Tills was It: "Pay as you go and ynu 11 get thera Quicker." Chicago P.ecord-Herald. f 1,.. n ' : i mm application I infirrSA- ETeT mother feeU a f 1 M tP (1-1 tTTTAt dread of tiie pilia b J 11 H I II and danger gUendant upon t U Li alii the taokt critical period Circle Tours to tho NORFOLK VA.