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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA !
Gang Eeady to Accept Compromise . on the Lee Bill. - - - i.tr uiinniTri a r.n. uriii i Ion Provision Will Oct ThrotiRh "' LeRlnlntnrr tionth Omnlin IlfMttM.PInOMnioath. Compromise wa$ tho word brought bacs yesterday by tUoso whoveiit down to beat tho Ieo , bill. Somehow tho op position met by lfoctor and his charter committee was a little too tletcrmlne'l for the committee to withstand. Except Iloctor and his charter committee com posed of Watklns. Tanner anil Scars, to gether with a number of office holder? and a stock yards contingent that wai interested In the water bill, the so-called Davis annexation bill which represents the plans of the gang for beating an nexation any tlmo It comes up, evcry on-j elBe from tho Magic City was In favor of the Leo bill. The men In fnvor or annexation were business men and not politicians. It was thought Thursday night that a settlement of some kind would have to bj reached. Yesterday It was privately given out by a number who talked tho. matter over that tho Davis bill would not be considered further. It was also agreed according to certain Information that the I.ee Jllt would bo amended tio that the old 10 per ccnty clause of those necessary to call rtn election would re main as against the 23 per cent clause advocated by .the gang. A majority vote for each Cltywlll also be provided, for, although Representative Iee had de termined on this a month ago; The' five year prohibition against another an nexation election should this ono bo de feated was also compromised to three, while It, wan also stipulated that tho ques tion could be voted on at any rcgulat election. Mnr Not Oft I'.xlennlon. It Is deemed Improbable that tho term extension bill will pass. The politicians, while decrying an election, are playing every wlr to draw votes for their re election. One of. the men has already outlined a plan for a fake citizens' move ment that Is to endorse him. It is said this Is tho plan of tho Glllln gang. Mem bers of the old citizens' movement say that there will ba no endorsement from them. Plattmnoiith 0-ervrleInieil. In a one-sided gamo, the South Omaha Omaha High school defeated tho Platts mouth High by tho score of 62 to 9. Menefee was tho star of tho evening, getting nineteen field' goals and four foul goals. Fitlo'B closo guarding was nlso a feature. For Plattsmouth, Marshall was tho prlnclplo scorer. " The Plattsmouth boys wero completely outclassed In every part of tho game. In tho first halt they scored 8 points, against South Omaha's 27. In tho second half Plattsmouth scored only 1 point. Church Services. First Presbyterian, Corner Twenty-third and J-Dr. Wheeler's morning topic. "Between Two Altars." KoV. T. . bas shaw will preach at night, topic, 'The Family and the Church." All pews tree and -tho public, is invited. . , "First Methodist! Services in' Odd 'Fel lows' hall. TteV. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Pas torSunday school at 9.:45 a. m.1 Preach ing at U a. m.; Epworth league at 6i30 p. m. at k Brass' chapel, Elroy Tlbblta leader; suject-of tho. lesson, 'The Motive for Social Work." St. Martin's, Rev. Harold I,!nwood liowen. Rector Third Sunday In Lent; 8 a. in., holy commuplon; 9:la a. m., Sun day school: 11 a. m., morning prayer and ierraon; T.'M p. m.. evening prayer and address; holy communion at 8 o clock Rnd Evensong at 4 o'clock daily in the chapel. St. Luke's Lutheran. Twenty-fifth and K, Rev. S. II. Gerlan, Pastor Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; service at 11 a. m.j subject, "A Curious Case of Conscience; confirmation class at 4 p. m.. Tho Con firmation union will have a special meet ing at 7:30 p. in. to make arrangements for annual banttuet. Bethlehem Presbyterian, 107 South Twenty-first, Rev. E. J. Kalllna, Pastor English services; Sunday school at 10:43 a in.; preaching at 7-45 p. m.; subject, "Am Wn Handlcarmed?" Bohemian serv ices, preaching at 9:30 a. m. ; Surtday school at 10:45 a. m.; young people's meet ing at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. weuneaaay evening. Tho United Presbyterian Church, Twenty-third and H Streets, Rev. W. A. Pollock, Pastor Bible school at 9:45 a. m. Public worshlD at Jl a. in., subject, "Christ's Preparation for the Lord's Sup rxr:" five minutes' talk to children: Young People's Christian union meets at 6:30 p. m.: subject, "Mohammed," with J. E.. Heath for leader; public worship at 7:30 p. m.j subject, "Room for Sinners In Christ." i MiiKio City Gosalp. Mrs. H. C. Murphy Is visiting at Ex celelor Springs, Mo., for a few weeks. Roscoe Wolff Is suffering with an at tack of appendicitis at St. Joseph's hos pital. Max H. Lovy hax returned from a busi ness nip io unicugu aim urana i.upias, Mien. William Wotzel filed yesterday for the democratic nomination from the Fourth ward. John Ridgeway left this morning for a two weeks' visit wttn ins motner at car. son, la. The Women's Missionary society of the unuea I'renuj icnun cuurvn wan mer' What'li Stop Sour Stomach? They Act Quick and Relief Is Al most Immediate. Thore ajo soma things so exactly right that to mention them brings calm and repose. And to use Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets gives the stomach Juut that kind of lift that makoa you chc.k up one hundred per cent to the good. Particularly is this true with those who surfer with sour stomach. Vou' feel so mean thut you actuully hato your self. And yet In a fow minutes these tablets sweeten the stomach, arrest un natural fermentation, start a powerful digestive action and prevent the forma tion of gas. They are composed of only such d1 gestanta as are approved by the very H-st of physicians. Heal, live, progressive people 'want to be around where the activities of iifc embrace whatever circumstances dictate. If a house party serves a Welsh rare bit go to it It Isn't tho easiest thing tu the world to digest, 'tis true, but what of It? Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will take cars of you, keep your stomach hi control and your dreams won't see an army of hobgoblins playing hobs with your nerves. Many physicians regula-ly prescribe Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablets fir the stomach dlsorders"of patients wno are 111 with some constitutional malady They do so for the reason that the tablets are not a patent medicine and their composition is known and recogniz ed as the most approved and most pow erful of all dlgestants. Btuart'fl Dyspepsia Tablets are sold and recommended by all druggists at 60c a tallied b Mctdnme It Towle mid tl Votf At tho tllimA nf Mn tWn IVI.loV afternoon. Mr. nml Mrs. I. Miliar Twinn-. ninth Hurt Ilarrlwn streets, mm tort the hlrtli nf a daughter. Mrs. McDowell hax mtut-npil tn lir hpnie at Forrest. 111., alter h pleasant v sit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. Shrlgley, Mr mill Mn u 1." mi .,-. u.ui ru.ii.. leave this writing to attend the gttldcn Wedding of hi parents. Mr. nml Mrs Henry Hock, nt 81. IrfWlH. The delating teanm of South Omaha IllKll sehoolx nml ltellnviu. will ilnltntn on "The Commission Form of Guvortl inettt" tonight nt the High school audi torium. Klslh Barrett, daughter nf Mrs. Mnr. Raret Bnrrctt. died vpatnnlnv nf iiiir.il. monln nt the resldcjieo of her mother. a)7 North Twehty-fltth street. Tho fu neral will bo held Sunday afternoon nt 2 o clock from her late residence to St. Agnes church nt 2:Sn o'clock. Interment will bo made In St. Mary's cemetery. lnr limine nml Int. modern pxli.iI heat. Bargain If sold at once. 1511 No. 27th, South Omaha. Thn 1613 liner titkr mi,, imiv rnmlv for distribution. .Unless the dogs are tagRed bv their1 ownprs. Mnfnr llni'inr. It i un derstood, plans a iimfsmiv of the surplus nogs or tno city by the official dog catcher. The massacre will continue an long as the money to pay the lord nlglt executioner remains. Last Week he made n record of killing thirty-three dogs In one tfny. Still the dog population remains excessive in some localities. On Monday. Feb. 24. any trimmed hat In m.v store coph for 1! each. Mips 11 van. 613 Nr. 21thSt. Mnftle City norrliic t,rnnne. BOYCE'S CHACKKIUACKS, 1 3 .1 Tot. 187 ji4 1ST 442 129 4HI lf.tJ obt 155 770 2.446 11 33 781 2T479 3 Tot. 164 43.5 164 iM 141 40 1S3 4a., 145 478 797 2,360 I. 3 Tit 170 4jfi 178 4i0 192 61.2 243 &9 155 4'jl, 912 2,4ti 26 78 93S 2,541 3 Tot. 152 o37 163 W5 187 558 153 4bi 155 403 841 ,2,660 Loonry 173 151 Krusn 17a m; Totals.. Handicap 11 11 Totals 8.Y) S5S MID-WE3T TAILORS. 1 2 A. Chase 175 1EB Martin 15 149 Hancock 17 isa Hanson 129 141 "Vi unaso 165 16S Totals 790 779 , , SOUTH OMAHA ICE CO 1 " Etter :2 ir.7 Orlkbla 167 125 Mann 202 its Tombrlnk l.is irei. J. Wise 155 155 Totals 812 794 MARTIX'S TIGERS. 1 H Frltseher ito 1st. Cooley ( ISO 193 Kennedy i.. 192 179 )eisn 155 155 I. B. Smith 155 155 Totals 852 807 DREADNAUGHT0F31,500 TONS Monster Pro'portlann of Tlntt lehlp Pennsylvania Soon to he llullt. Tho new dreadnought battleship Penn sylvania, for which bids will probably be opened Just before tho Taft administra tion comes to a close, will exceed any of Its predecessors In size by about 4.O00 tons. The battleships which ore now un der construction have a tonnage dis placement of 27,600. The Pennsylvania's tonnage will be 31,600. This does not mean that the Pennsyl vania will be much greater jjn length than the New York, Texas, Nevada" br Oklahoma. The two former, which are sjsler ships, will, have a total length,-of 563 feet, while )he Nevada and Oklahoma will be a trifle longer. Most of the In crease of tonnage In the case of the Pcnn sylvanla will be duo to the fact that it will carry heavier armor than any battle ship hitherto constructed by the United States. Tho great weight of .this pro tective featuro of the ship requires R.rtdl tlonal displacement to sustain It. Our present battleships carry steel sxtrwir of 11 Inches In thickness along their sides, whlla the turret armor Is somewhat heavier. The armor belt ot the Pennsyl vania will bo materially Increased over the 11-inch standard. The Pennsylvania's speed will be about 21V4 knots. This will equal the speed ot any battleship now under construction for tho government. It is not practicable to attain a speed greater than that In tho case of- a vessel ' so heavy. The Penn sylvania will burn oil under its boilers Instead of coal, butwhether the engines will be of the reciprocating fcr turbine type is a matter not yet finally deter mined. There are arguments In favor of both types. If battleships were to be driven at full speed all tho time, the turbine type would' probably bo found to be more economical. But nearly all of the cruising of a battleship ia done at half speed and for this purpose tho old style reciprocating engine has been found to be cheaper In operation. Not only will the extra heavy armor to be placed on -this new dreadnought Increase' its displacement, but nlso tho unusual number of big guns In Its main battery will contribute to that result. The four ships authorized by congress, immediately preceding the Pennsylvania, marked an advance from tho twelve-Inch gun to the fourteen-lnch. These vessels will carry ten guns each of tho latter type. The Pennsylvania will mount twelve ibur'teen-lnch. guns In four turrets, three In each turret. These turrets will be so placed on the center line oV tho ship, that tho entire twelve guns can bo dis charged In a broadside, If necessary. The total cost of this great ship will probably bo In the neighborhood of $14, WO.CX). Congress has appropriated $,42, 000 for the hull and machinery of the vessel, but It Is not .believed that the shipbuilding companies which will bid for tho work will put their figure at more than 6,2t0.000, or J,ECO,COO at the outside. In tho cafcc of battleships hitherto con structed, the cost of armor and arma ment has been about equal to the cost of hull and machinery. In the Pennsyl vania's case, however, the heavier armor and greater number of big guns will ptob ably raise that Item considerably In ex coax of tho hull end mathlnery cost. Tho tremendous Increase In Hlze, speed and armament of American battleships is well Illustrated by a comparison of tho Pennsylvania with the Oregon, which was the queen of tho American navy as recently as the Spanish-American war. I Tho Pennsylvania, In tonnage, will be I more than three times as large as the Oregon, whoso displacement Is 10,288 tons. Tho Oregon has a speed of only 16Vj knats when It Is at Its best, and mounts only four guns that are compar able to, those now going Into the main batteries of the dreadnoughts. These are of the 13-lnoh type. Most of the ships built since the Oregon; have been J equipped with 13-Inch guns. Only two 1 years ago the battleship Delaware repre- srntcd tho United Htates at a great naval review off the ccast of Kngland and was an object of much attention on tho part of naval experts 'from all over the world. Tet the Delaware, with Its ton nage of SO.Ofi). was less than two-thirds the site of the proposed Pennsylvania. Brooklyn EagJ THE OMAHA SNOW GENERAL OVER STATE Reports Show that No Part of Ne braska Was Missed. OF GREAT BENEFIT TO CROPS (round In Mot Hci'eptUi' Mond AKCtiti Wlrr nf (lie Grcnt (iooit to Ciiii- to 4lir Fitruters trout lolstorc. Snow that iTSHh fAllliiE Thurmlnv a- d CPHEpd Kr'diiv' titclit .iiir tpptlpmil nil oer Xcbrasxa. Acood'nK to the weailn-r repoit" levtNvrtl by the r.illio.tns It 'S l.eur and culm throtlKhoilt the Clltir vet. toltipernttlres cnrlv In the morning anglug from 10 to 3U degrees above eit. ItoiiorlM nrnlvpil bv Hip Itiirlltiifton show the nggregate suowtoll In Inclii'j during the two days of the storm: Plattsmouth 4' Ashland Schuyler " Lyons .. Fremont C O'Neill Kandnlfih 1, Sewntd . .6 9 r. G 8 8 6 6 ...fIVflf. UIVIIIIIUl IDIIHIU Itavenua 61 Central City Columbus e.Pahnor Greeley 5i Erlcson Aurora M Grand Island. Burwell .., ! Ixtup City Sargent !W Crete - 6 li'nlriiinnt k nuiiuu t!)9.f,1.1 ? . . ..... v. .......... iiiinoiiiin.i Kearnpv rnninhlirtr Hastings Clay Center 101 Broken Bow 6 Punning 41 Seneca g Whitman fi Alliance Crawford ......... 4l Brownvllle J Nemuhn ....101 Nemaha J Nebraska City.... 'Jl Syracuse 10 Salem SI Table Uock Tecumseh O Hickman Burchnrd M Wymore 2 Beatrice 71 Wllbor Odell BlChcslcr Strang 6 Superior 9 Kdgnr 10 Bhlo Hill 8 Mlnden ..; 9 lloldrcee ? Bed Cloud ., 10 Uepubllcatt S McCoo M Benklemnn S Ettstls 61 Curtis 3 The sliitlnns named nro scattered all nvrr tho state, located In the Missouri valley, the North and South Plnttf. up In the sandhills and In tho extreme went, which lends to the hel et that no place In Nebraska was without a heavy fall of snow. Thrntieh northern KanpaSv especially In ti.n liiriiililli.mi i-li'nr vnl1tv rotintrv. th reports Indicate a snowfall during 4 tho two days aggregating irom ono 1001 to rlchtnen Inched with II still heavier snowfall in tho eastern port xt Colorado. Adcordlmr to the railroad reports, at rnrcplv .nv nlnce was the snow accom panied by wind. Generally It lay as It fell, heavy and ftUI of water, inai tno snow did not drift to any extent Is cer laln, as all trains from tho west were practically on, time. Wlrps sent to General Freight Agpnt Lane of tho Union Pacific and coming from agents out . In tho state nro ihi mlstlc In every Instance. Thcp tell of the snow bnlng Just what was needed -Mid that the moisture therefrom, which will soak Into the ground that Is not frozen very solid, will have much to do with resulting In an enormous crop ot fall wheat. 11mi1.11 llnmnirr lr Sire. CHICAGO. Feb. 22. pamage paured by ... . ,..- 1 1 !.! -t fn- the sleetstorm which KniJiicu w thirty hours was today estimated it $1,000,000. Although tho fall or rain and sloet stopped early today the city stilt M leo tori frnm thn outstdo world, .as prac tically all telegraph wires are down an It will be twonty-four hours before ie pairs can be made. The storm compelled ono Interurban etectrlo lino between Chicago, n'.gl't and Aurora to shut down forsevcral hours. Suburban and through trains wero late In arriving and mall schedules were de moralized. There was much damage in the parks, where hundreds of trees wcrj broken down by tho wclglrt of Ice, nllscaril In MIvhlBiin. DETROIT, Feb. 22. Ono of the most severe storms of the winter Is raging today over practically all of northern and western Michigan. At Petoskoy the worst blizzard Is prevailing and fears are expressed for safety of fishermen, who left yesterday for the fishing grounds on kittle Traverse bay. They have not returned and It Is thought they are either lost or haVc perished. Ball road traffic Is seriously delayed by the deep snow. MAN SAYS HE IS ROBBED AND THEN IS LOCKED UP "I have been robbed of $35," exclttlm td Wj. J. Jllg of Osmond, Neb., to CnrHnin Dcmpsey as ho rushed Into the police station. "Someone took tho money out nt mv nnrket while I was in a saloon at Sixteenth and California streets, and I want youto send a detective up mere right away," Jllg breathlessly continued TWnrn actltin on Jllg's suggestion Cap. tain Dempsey had him searched. The wns found ia a neat roll tucked in tr-o corner of an Inside pocket, Jllg said that he had lost 33 besides what he had on him. In explaining how much money he had and how much h"' lo.t he becamo badly mixed In his tig nrps. Anvwav. ho had spent several dol lars on wet goods and Captain Dempsey ordered him locked up and a charge ot plain drunk, bo marked opposite his name Ho Is a bridge carpenter. A Ileiulnder. "When George W. Perkins goes In for helping the workers, and when .Andrew Carnegie goes in ior iniuuius ma wuu, t think if nw old friendw IObb." The speaker was Samuel Gompers. He continued: "lbb was entertaining me In his li brary one evening. Ho said: " 'Sam, my toy. never lend your books." Tlien. waving his hand towards a par ticularly handsome shelf, he added: 'Do you setf'tbosa volumes? Well, every ono of them was lent to me.' " WMH5 S. ICdinund M. DarUctt has transferred himself nnd hla law practice to Kansas City. Carroll CI. Pearse Is Still superintendent of the Milwaukee schools, which Job en ticed him rrom n similar position here. Rubbt William Hosonau has held forth In Ualtlmoro ever Mnce ho left Temple Israel hero. Myron D. Karr, who was president of the city council and member from the Sixth ward. In In the coal business at Columbus, Neb. D. T. Mount, one of the pioneers who served several times In the city council, Is living with his daughter In Chicago. John Itedell. predecessor of the present fire chief. Is supposed to bo In buslnesa in Chicago, from whence he came to thU city. v T. A- Cobry. for twenty ysars connected with the saddlery house of a. H. & J. S. Collins at 131G Douglas street. Is en gaged in the Bamc business at Cheyennej' Wyo., and with his family has taken up hla bom thtra. St NDW HKK: FKMU ! FACTO I offe: I 1 1 'iTJ'ilkJ RY jti3P This offer fills a long-felt community.. We can now sell these beautiful Pianos direct to you at the regular factory price $175. We eliminate tho job nnr s. t.hfl niiflrilnmnn's and tho dealer's reg ular profits, and Kivc tho Mivlnu j ou. AV li y pny !mm more for n I'inno o I. K S S vnlue their sln.v. ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM Young Mens' Hebrew Association Holds Successful Social Meet. Jwj CAMP LEE FORBY EATS BEANS Over Ono llmiilrpil Vrtrrnnii tintlirr nt Cniu Hoomn In l'nilon llloek anil llnvr uu OM Tlmr Fennt. A larce nil successftil soclnrmcetlnir wns hejd In the Yountr Mcn'n Ilehrow ns soclatlon quarters WetlncEtlity evening, Kebrttar' 19. Thero wero present mora than 200 membeiB and frlendu of the assi ciatlon. Tho mtifllo for 'tho evening whm furnished through tho courtesy of A. Hohpo & Co,, and the principal address was delivered by Charles' A. Alden, finan cial secretary of tho University- of bmaha. Tho subject of Mr. Alden's' ad dress was "Our L.nd and DrenmlamU' Thp nddreBs was yery Intertetlng and In structive. The social work committee tf tho association plans a meeting ot ths Vlnd every Vednusday evening. Siinnlxli Vrterniis. neitns, boans, and then some beans was tho palatable dish served at the an nual bean dinner at Camp l.fe Forby No. 1 of tho United Spanteh War Veterans In the camp rooms In tho l'axton block Thursday nlRht. Over 100 vetoruns wero In attendanco and a grand good tlmo was enjoyed.' Of courso there were other things besides beans to be eaten, but beans predominated. Jid Thompson put on his Inimitable "rube" act by way of diversion and Mapcs' drum corps furnished some stir ling music. Captain UIIIo'b quartet ten dered 'several vocal numbers. There Were addresses by II, p. Palmer and Cadet Tayor. Ilojnl Arliutr. Omaha lodge No. 1, Royal Achates, will have a class initiation next Tuesday night, February 25. The full degree team will lin nroRont tn do tho floor work. ItC- ginning with March thero will bo ,1ml two meetings mommy, me iirai unu third Tuesdays. The first meeting of the month Is for business only, the second meeting will consist of. cntertlanicnt, Initiations and a social time generally, with refreshments. Iloynl lIlKliliimlerH. Forncllffo castlo No. 488 Vlll meet on Wednesday ovcnlng In Its hall, 335 Faxton block, Sixteenth and Farnam stroets. A social time will be had unl all Highland era havo been Invited. Ancient Orilor United "Workmen. Omaha lodge No. 18 will have open house to tho Ancient Order of United Workmen lodges of the city Tuesday, February SR. Hrother Dr. I. A. Merrlam will HMIvor a lecture for men only. Union Pacific lodgo No. 17 will have a Joint card party for Its members und their ladlos Friday, February 28 Thero will be six prizes. Women Itelfef 'o'ri. Gi-orire A. Custer post of tho Women a Itellef Corns will meet at Memorial Hull Tuesday, February 38, at 2:30 p. m 'the corpb will entertain the George A Cuater V. fl. Grant and Fort Crook post. THo program will consist of readings nnd music. Fraternal Union of Amerlen. Mondamln lodgo No. Ill will Hle an open meeting for the entertainment of th.- mombrs and their friends on Mon day evening, March 3, at Frenzer hal". Tv ctity-fourth and Parker Directs, KnlKlit f Pythian. The Knights of Pythias will hold a dis trict meeting In Omaha Wednesday i'-n ln, February 26, at tho hall of NrbrasK lodge No, 1, second floor Hoard of Tradj building. Sixteenth and Farnam. Tho district comprises lodges from Douglas, Sarni'. Hurt, Washington und Can coun tlri A good representation Is expccteJ from the various lodgo. Nebraska lodge Nc. 1 will confer the rank of knight. Hi" grand chancellor and other grand :tflee.s will be present- meeting of untmuil Intirest in anticipated.. Ileil Men, Foritnnelle tribe No.'7S, Improved Ofir ol' Iled Mon. 'will hold a patriotlo meeting on the veiling of February St. 1018, l:i tholr hall In the Itohrbough buiMli'g, Nineteenth and Ftrn&in stroets. Homo of Omaha's best orators aro members of tho order and will deliver addresses on Wash, logton and Lincoln. A large attendance to Tvm JP AKY 2'J, mi;. TO HOME TO YOU PUTS A SWEET -TONED SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO IN YOUR HOME. HERE'S A REGULAR $275 VALUE. want in this ono of We tatives Hardman, W rffifik. Wlv m kTVB m, mil jpy McPhail Pianos; also the Aeolian line of Pianola Pianos, including the Stein- way, Weber, Steele, Wheelock, Stuyvesant, Stroud alid Technola. SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO 60 1311-13 Farnam Street, Omaha Al'TO H!K)W VIS1TOHS Aio Invited to ninko Hko our desks telephones, e(f.,ntnl lenvo Is expected, tlatnrs and a dance wl.l cqticlude tho program. AVoiiioii'n Mlnnlnnnr)- I Vilrrnt Inn. The Women's Missionary federation will obsH'Vo tho day of prayer for mlsslono February 27 In tho Young Women's Chris tian nsxoclatton upsoiuhly room nt 2:S0 p. m. Mrs. A. U. Harmon will havo charge of tho devotional hour. Mrs. Bristol wll talk on missions. Tho annual business meeting add election of officers will Oo heM at trio closo of tho devotional ses sion A report of l,ho summer school will bo given and plans for this year tils ...... i New KnMern Stnr Chapter. A new chapter of tho Order f tha KaKtcrn Star was Instituted Wednesday at tho Masonic Temnlo by the grand worthy patron, , Lewis 12. Hnilth of Io'ng Pint, Ieb., assisted by the grand worthy matron, Mrs. J. W. Gamble uf Dinanii. Thj officers are: Worthy matron, Mrs. C ,11. Walrathi associate matron, Mrs. James Patton; worthy patron, H. A. Wil cox: secretary, Mrs. C. A. Hcotti treas urer, Mrs. I'M ward Itlcgs. Korentera Install Offlerm. Companion Court Moving Sun No. SG3 and Court Omaha No, 1091, Independent Order Foresters, Jointly Installed officers at' Court Omaha's hall, Twenty-fourth nnd Ijiko streetB, Thursday evening. The ceremony was conducted by Past Chief Uanger Jlrothor John W. Mulr nnd was both Impressive and Interesting to tho largo audience of foresters and their friends, which taxed ttie hall's capacity for this special occasion. A fine ntusloal program, consisting In part of selections by two of tho most talented Scottish singers In this com munity, followed. John Q. Gunn main tained tho high standard already set by him an a tenor singer, nnd Mrs. Walter Hows, In her two Scottish selections, acquitted herself In a manner which few have the ability to equal. Companion Mrs. MarfleM rendered two soprano solos which were well received nnd greeted with prolonged applause. The .Misses Welding followed with selections on the violin and piano and had to re turn on an encore. A mi tin 1 ftnelnl. Beacon lodge, No. 29, Independent Order Odd Fellows on Tuesday evening at Its hall nt Fourteenth and Dodgo strectyt will give its annual social and dance. A part of the program will consist of ex tending a hearty farewell to" Its popular secretary, Itobcrt Lmdborg, who hns held that position for eight years, as well as secretary of the y.dependent Order Odd Fellows' Hall association. Ho is a mem The World's Best Medicines! Who Discovered Them, The People? S. . TIARTMAX, M. II. CoIiinthUH, Ohio. j I am manufu luring five different rem I edles, which arc rupplled to the regular drug trade, for use In the home. In my writings I rarely speak of but one of these remedies, Prruna, but there aro four others which 1 am continually prescrib ing. Thoie Is flint. Manalln, which is an up tOtdate laxative. PloMaant to take. If tho ohlldren do not cry for It, ut least they do not object to It As a matter of Put the Profits of the Dealer In Your Own Pookct Freo Stool, CmlkT Free Scarf, ' Iance, Xtc m' wvwv m m de 50 Pianos tb Free Tuning, Drayago If Best Pianos fn the World are also exclusive renresen- for tho Stoinwufy, Weber, Stoger & Sons, Emerson, tltctiiMolvos nt. Iimno here durlnc your lniftRnRO vwi If you euro to. ber of the Ulirltngton auditing force, that Is being removed to Chicago, J. Harry Sinclair will deliver a short address, A co'mmltteo 1ms been appointed to nrrango a Btiltnblo program for tho occasion, . "MOVIES" CAUSE EYE STRAIN Wn ml hit Note Nouiiileil of Danger from Faulty .Mounting; nml l.lcht. Constant attundanco at moving picture shows may cause eye troubles similar to those of eye-strain. This statcmrnt Is luttdo by Dr. George Si. Gould In a re cent Issuo of Tho Journal ot tho American Aledlcat AsHoclntlon. Dr. Gould says that lio has recently made a practice of asking patients, "What were you doing the evening or afternoon previous to your headacho or giddiness or upset stomach?" "Nothing at rill," Is tho usual reply, "that Is, nothing out of tho ordinary. J was nt tho 'movies' for a couplo of hours nnd went to bed as soon us I got home, a I whs feeling badly," pr, Gould wnrns physicians, oculists mid nervn specialists to be on the watchout for such symptoms, nnd when found that attendanco at moving pie t tiro shows bo considered ns the cause, The symptom, ho says, do not differ greatly from those caused by Btraln or nhuso of the eyes of any kind. The most common are those of suck headache, such as Intense weariness of the eyes and brain, a dazed, "good for nothing" feeling, lack of en ergy and appetite, "upset stomach' vomiting, sleepiness and other effects, If the patient Is wearing glasses, he may think "my glosses need changing." Hut on consultation with his oculist It may bo found that tho Kinases oro nil right, and that the cinematograph Is to hlnmc. Hut If the "movies ' are not to blame, probably fitted glasses will enable the patient to attend moving picture shows without discomfort. Without proper glasses, however, the cinemato graph will moro cortalnly cause! nervous symptoms In tho patient than when good glasses aro worn, na thero Is no doubt that moving picture, shows put a terrific strain on even the least dcfoctlve eyes, while the strnln Is Increased by poor glasses or lack of glasses when they ore needed. Dr. Gould says that tho principal faults' of moving' plcturo shows Is that the "fixation point," chosen by the eye (that Is tho point on which the eye rests) Is unstablo nnd Jerky and tho eye Is tired and strained In following this point. The swiftly passing series of pictures tires tho eye and tho hrnln, and tho Illumination Is generally poor. To correct these faults ho. suggests that the time of exposure of each Image be short fact, I know one child that actually cries for It. every tlmo he sees the bottle. Man alln Is, of course, useful in nil eases where a laxative Is. needed. Tllllousncss or con stipation. Alwnyg at tho beginning of an acute disease a full doso of Manalln Is to be advised. It can be given to tho young est baby and Is perfectly effective for older people. It is not drastic. Produces very nearly a natural movement of the bowels. Then I also have the Manalln Tablets, which aro similar In composition to the fluid Manalln. In tablet form they arc more convenient for some people. I be lieve them to be the best laxative tablet In the market. They aro certainly made of the very best material, and constttuto a safe, convenient and offectlve laxative. Then there Is tho Lactiplu, a blood rem edy This remedy I regard aa an altera tive of first-class quality in every par ticular It 1b strictly vegetable? freo from tho usual mineral poisons that are used In alterative remedies. It U spe cifically a blood medicine. Sores of all sorts, blood contaminations of every kind, are treated with Icupla. If you have a running aore, oxternal or internal, your blood Is contaminated, by infection or otherwise. Iaoupta. taken according to the directions on thn bottle, Is sure to produce beneficial results In most cases It can bo relied upon to entirely eradicate the trouble. In any case whoro It seems to fall a letter to me will be given prompt attention and I will endeavor tu discover why a complete cure has not been ex orlenced. Tho Peruna I am speaking of so fre quently I need not describe at length. It la my old-time catarrh remedy with a 5 -'A1 Our Terms Arc th 2 Most Liberal Ever Made 1 MWZfl 1 WW MONTH ANY PIANO YOU SELECT. Rent at $3,00 Per Month Free Insurance and Froo Rented for Six Months. ened nnd that better Illumination bo re. quired. The enormous growth of movlhR picture shows In tho last ten years nml tho adoption of the cinematograph for teaching and for various uses, as well its Its prolvahlo growth In tho future, makes It Important thnt tho effect of mdvlng plctulcs on tho cyca should be carefully observed. BRIEF CITY HEWS 8tok-ralconr Co., Ondertaxr. Bava Hoot Print It Now Ucacott Presi Lighting future, Burffesi-Oranaan tie. Bailey the Santlit, City Nat'l. D. 2464. Make Your Saving Increase yo earnings by Joining the Nebraska Savings nlfd Ixian association. Sr. root Buys r Horn Mrs. Kiln. J Ilohers, widow of tho lute Tom Hogrs of thn Milton Hogers company, has si'.d hoi- homo on Park avenue between Pa elfls and Poppleton avenue to Dr. D. A. Foote. Tho deal Involved $10,600. Thtcsophloal X,otnr A lecture Hint trtted by stcreoptlcon views will bo glvu lit tho thcoBophlcal quarters In room H), Ilaldrlge-Wcad building, Twentieth an J Farnnm streets, Sunday evening at t o'clock. Tho lecture will bo given by Hurd F. Miller and will- ho a contlnuail n of his Illustrated locturo on tho "Contl tutlon and, Pqwerji of Ma)!." Anothar Building' for Auto Sow An other building Is going up In auto row. F U. Wead Is negotiating for a two or threo-atory garhgo or office building .m his lot at 2123 Farnnm street, which w il resemble In tilzo and structure tho rf.iraio hs recently completed at 2127 Farti-mi stteet for h taxi livery company. The building will front ZVA feet on Farnam street and extend IS! feet deep. Out on Bond Thoiiiau near, Hobcrt Lincoln aitd John Dig Bear, who have been held In the Douglas county Jail for oino tlmo pending the session of tho grand Jury, when they arc to bo inves tigated with reference charges of hav Ing Introduced liquor oh tho reservation, wero rclcnsed pj bond. They aro to np pear for the session iof tho grand Jury March 10. Girl of 10 Kills 111 Mouse. Fclra O, Plyinate, 19 era old, who canio to Kdinonton, . Alberta, Canada, from central Iowa, tlireo years ago, ulnliui tho distinction .of bplng t)to first girl to kill a ipooso In tho province of Alberta. She .brought tho big animal down nt ninety-four yards whllo In the brush seventy-five miles north of Ed monton. " ' The ball tore through tho Jugular vein, thtls depriving Miss Plymate of tho op portunity of using her. sheath knife. She was accompanied' by h'er father and brother and two guides. laxative clement added. Aa It stands to 'day It la without a rival aa a tonic laxa tive. Applicable, to all- cn'tscH of catarrh, wbethor tko catarrh Is located In the head, nose, throat or whether In the stomach, bowels or lower organs, or Ir the larynx, bronchial tubes or lilngs, ot whether In the kidneys or other pelvic (irgntis. In all cusca of catarrh Perunn Is my remedy, Besides the Peruna I ain manufacturing Peruna TaWets. Tho Peruna Tablets contain essentially the same Ingredients ns the fluid Peruna. In Borne cases It Is more convenient for a patient to be able to carry tablets In the pocket. They havo been manufactured on purpose to meet such cases. I manufacture tho Peruna Tablets, tn my own laboratory, the aam as the Manalln Tablets, and I can guar antee them to be perfectly pure, freo from all objectionable materials and tn a condition to be readily absorbed by the stomach. Yes, I havo five remedies. Firat the Peruna and tho Peruna Tablets. Second, the Manalln and the Manalln -Tablets. Third, the Lacupln. These are manufac tured In my own laboratory and I can personally vouch for their purity and ef fectiveness. It seems to me that any household pro vided. With Peruna, Manalln and Lacupla, would be ready to meet most, ot the ail ments to which tho human family la sub ject. Surely there aro no better remedies to be obtained for the purposes for which I recommend them. Thero are na reme dies that can excel them In .composition' or pharmaceutical skill. The material used In them all la the beat and pureat. No. 12.