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THE OMAHA' DAILY RER: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 8, 190ft.
Alphabetical. Guide for -Busy OmaJiec MouseKolders and' Shoppers
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Exclusive style for sprint" and sum
mer. I can work up roar own ideas sat
isfactorily. . .
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OF ALL KINDS
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y The Very Choicest
And all kinds of home made sausage.
Strictly fresh Eggs for Easter eat
ing. A full line of fancy and staple
.Teas and Coffees.
Try White House coffee. .
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TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST.
A new method, of raising funds for the
erection of a church la furnished by a
native Chinese In Chefoo, a Taolst monk
or' priest, who came down from Chlnlnfu
to collect money. The Incident Is related
by the Rev. W. O. Elterlch. a Presbyter
tan missionary In China, who says that the
monk made a vow not to eat, drink, speak
or sleep until he had secured enough money
to erect a temple to his gods. He lived
tn a cage, or little wooden box, which was
stationed outside of the poorhouse In the
native city. ,
The cg resembles a pigeon cote with
an opening of a few square Inches to ad
mit sufficient air to keep the fellow from
suffocating. Through all the four walla
of his house Iron nails about ten Inches
long had been driven at an elevation even
with the man's eyes. The long sharp
prongs surrounded his head like a halo, the
points of the nails being only an Inch or
so from his skull. They would certainly
remind the fanatio should he become
So far as could be seen there was but
one door Id the cagi and that had been
nailed up when the "saint" entered. Be
sides this the lock was sealed with paper
covered with Chinese characters. When
lit. Elterlch told of the matter the man
bad passed seven nights and days In the
caa without touching food and without
sleep. He looked sickly and much worn
out and the spectators were Inclined to
believe that It he continued his task he
would not have much chance of surviving
to see his temple erected. In front of the
cage was a basket In which offerings were
deposited, as well as a book In which
donors might Inscribe their names.
The following music has been selected
for Sunday at the First Congregational
church. Nineteenth and Pavenport
streets; Martin W. Bush, organist; Ira B.
v MORNING. '
Prelude Priere sr Notre Dame, from
Gothic Suite Boellmann
Anthem Hoaanna In the Highest
Anthem Bleaswtl Is 11 that Cumeth la
tlie Nmie of the Lord Ovunod
317i S. 12th
Telephone DoujI&.s 1477
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Why let the middleman make
33 per cent profit off you when you
can come to us and get the best there
is made at a factory prioo.
We also repair and recover parasols
and umbrellas the cheapest in the city.
Boston Umbrella Co.
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Miss Foley and Bix-Part ChorusA
Postlude Postlude In F Duncan
Prelude Duet Nlcholl
Anthem Lord, for Thy Tepder Mercies'
Hake : vicars
Solo Know Ye Not that Ye Are His
Offertory Andante Traniulllo....H. Smart
Quartet O, Ye that Love the Lord
. i.. Coleridge-1 ayior
Postlude H. Smart
N. Krishna of Bombay, India, will le6-
ture Sunday evening at Unity church on
"India, Past and Present."
Music at the First Methodist church:
Anthem Sing Allclulla Forth Buck
Solo Palm Branches Faure
Postlude Hosannah Wachs
Prelude Communion Hamer
Anthem Now the Day Is Over... Marks
Solo The Homeland Hansoom
J. C. Norman Richards, Organist and
Knox Presbyterian church held Its an
nual meeting Wednesday evening and
heard reports from all of the organisa
tions. The Woman's Missionary society Is In a
prosperous condition. All organisations
show growth. D. W. Merrow and A.
A. Lamorean were chosen to succeed them
selves as elders. H. A. Hobbs, E. W.
Lamoreaux and Edward McEachron were
elected to the board of trustees. The pas
tor. Rev. M. V. Hlgbee. came here from
Coming, la., about ten months ago. There
have been fifty accessions to the member
ship of the church during these months.
The congregation voted an Increase in the
Music at the First Bsr'.Ut church.
Organ prelude Offerlry for Palm Sun
Anthem Juhllute In A Shelley.
Uflertory solo The Palms ;.. Faure.
Postlude Vestival March Calkin
Organ prelude Palm Sunday Mallly.
Anthem The Radiant Morn Hath
Passed Away Woodward.
Offertory Duet Consider the Lillles.
Mrs. Jsnnlson and Mrs. Welty. a
Special Lenten services will be held at
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational church
Carpet Cleaning, Laying, Refitting,
Sewing and Kenovating.
Oriental Rug Cleaning
Heantlfnl flnf and aatiqne ' rrirr.
made from oltf carpets. "Work guar
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C E. DICKSON, Prop
718 20 S. 14th St Tel. Doug. 6T8
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, For High Grade Teas, Cof
fers. Spices, Extracts, Bak
ing Powder and Cocoa.
Beautiful and useful premiums given free
with each purchase.
We deliver orders In city or - coontry
free. . .
Prompt attention given to all mall orders.
C-E. STEPHENSON. Manner
1410 HOWARD ST.
Come to the Bat
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Store and 'sample
omr pure food. r .
If you can't come, tele
phone and we will call on you
with" a "Tull line' of ' natural
foods scientifically prepared.
Yours for Healthful Living
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS -
2129 Farnam St. Tel. Doug .-2981
Could" Not' Firtd
Any Dirt in Car
pets , Wc ,, Have
CI eined and
We guarantee not to Injure the most
delicate carpets and rugs, and to re
turn them in first class condition.
D. J. SMITH. Prop.
1023 Leavenworth Tel. Dong. 1671
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day evenings "fulminating 'with the cele
bration of the Lord's supper on Thursday
evening. The general topic for the services
will be "Right Relations," there being a
.Subdivision of the subject' for each evening.
The Palm Sunday muBic at St. Mary's
Avenue Congregational church -will be as
follows, under the direction of Mr. Kelly:
Processional Hymn Ride onl Ride on!
in Majesty Dykes.
Canticle Venlte Exultemus Goodson.
The Anthemi The Palms k .....Faure.
(Arranged for tenor solo and choir
by Mr. Kelly.)
Mr. Jeasen and choir.
Choral . Respons By Thy Night of
Offertory Music Daybreak Grieg.
Processional Hymn Hide on! Ride on!
In Majesty Dykes.
Canticle De Profundis Old Chant.
Offertory Music Evensong Schumann.
Special Lenten Hymn What Grace. O
Lord, and Beauty Shown Walker
The Anthem The Palms Faure.
(See note above.)
Mr. JeKsen and choir.
Recessional Hymn Our Day of Praise
Is Done .....Schumann.
The following music will be given at
Trinity Methodist church Sunday morning:
Anthem Incline Thine Ear
Bass solo by R. G. Watson.
Tenor Solo The Palms Faure
R. H. Landeryou.
In the evening the musical service is
postponed on account of the union mission
ary meeting at the First Methodist church,
where the following will be given:
Anthem Croeslng the Bar.-. Barnby
Tenor Solo My Redeemer and My Lord
Duet Come Unto Him (crucifix). Faure
Messrs. Danatng and Graham.
Kountse Memorial Lutheran church will
hold services every evening during holy
week except Saturday. Monday - evening
Rev. Arthur Folsom will preach; Tuesday
evening. Rev. W. H. Reynolds, D. D.;
Wednesday evening. Rev. Guy W. Wads
worth, D. D. ; Thursday evening. Rev. It.
B. H. McBiide, and on Friday evening will
be held the preparatory service.
Music at Kountse Memorial Lutheran
church for Palm Sunday:
Processional Jesus, King of Glory. ..Haydn
Call to Confession, Intro It fur Palm Sunday
Gloria Petri T. N orris
Uiorla In Kxcelala: , Old Chant
Anthem The Palms Faure
Offertory Create In Me a Clean Heart..
- . .. Layris
Special designs furnished for
badges and medals gold and stiver
work. Cash paid for old gold and sil
ver. Ma.il Orders Promptly Attended
N. P. STILLING
Manufacturing Jeweler and Engraver,
622 Taxton Block.
High Class Commercial
in Copper and Steel
Trade , Work a Specialty
1510 Howard St. Tel. Doug 2007
PANAMA HATS BLEACHED
By the new process tree .'.'. v
from injurious acids. '"
Prices Reasonable ' Mail Orders
. Promptly Attended.
W. A. Rarnscr
220 S. 14th St. Tel. Douglas-4652
Phone Douglas 5764 -
310 12th St. OMAHA
Hymn Ride on , Ride on In Majesty
Recessional All Hall the Power of
Jesus' Name Holden
Processional Lord Jesus by Thy Pas
Verslcle Make Haste. Oh God, to De
liver Me Layrls
Roeponse Make Haste to Help Me, Oh
Gloria Patri Shaertlich
Anthem On that Day Shall the Lord of
Hymn My Faith Looks Up to Thee....
Solo In the Cros of Christ I Olory
M'ses Lldelle and Carey.
Nunc Dlmittls ..Parisian Tune
Recesflonul Love Divine All Love Ex
E. D. Keck, director.
Palm Sunday music at Trinity cathedral:
MORNING PRAYER AND CONFIRMA
TION. Processional Ancient of Days Jeffeiy
Hymn Hide on. Ride on In Majesty. .myites
offertorv The Palms
Confirmation Hymn My Faith
Up to Thee ,
Recessional Hymn Soldiers of
. . .Wagner
Processional Hymn No. lit Hymnal
Gloria after Psalms Bennett
Ronum Est Bennett
Devotional Hymn My Faith Looks Up
to Thee Mrahmi
Hvmn No. 91 Hymnal
Offertorv God to Whom We Look Up
Twofold Amen Wagner
Recessional Hymn No. V Hymnal
l"ti Stanley, organist and choirmaster.
The First Congregational church la plan
ning to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of
its organization by a three days' series of
meetings May S. S and 4. Additional Inter
est attaches to tills celebration from the
fact that this was the first church of Its
denomination to be established In Ne
braska. On this account the State Associa
tion of Congregational Churches will meet
here at the date named and the exercises
will be under its auspices. In addition to
historical papers from various ministers
and liyn-n of the state addresses will be
made by Uev. Washington Gladden. IV D.t
of Columbus. O.; President Henry C. King
of Oberlln college. Miss Margaret J. Evans,
dean of the woman's department of Carle
ton college. North field, Minn., and Rev. A.
F. Sherrlll, D. D.. of Atlanta Theological
seminary, formerly pastor (or eighteen
Hot. Edwards, Msdnm
Bean and Prof. Hlshnp
are the most wonderful
Psychics, Spiritual Me
diums and teachers of
Occult Science that the
jt woria nes ever Known.
JMHS!'1 Ar folding publlo meet-
1 ""'NJ inns every Sunday even-
I Ina. ( o'clock. In halls
Patterson BIk.. 17th and
Rev. )dwards lectures
on the Philosophy and
Phenomena of Spiritual
Ism, la also PhyscholoKlcal
Muxlcan nd.r control of
Ancient Musical Compos
ers. PI a v s blindfolded
and with a blanket over the keyboard sweet
strains of nusl which she herself does not
There Is also a ladies' meetlna held every
Wednesday afternoon. I:J0. in same halls.
Wonderful teeta, lecture and Inspirational
Private consultation and life readings
dally. Hours 10 a. m. to I p. m.
These three mediums give Psyehonetrle
Trance, Independent and Slate Writing
Readlnfrs. In a trance and blindfolded Rav
Edwards e,nd Pnf. Bishop give names, de
scriptions of your departed loved one,
which are absolutely accurate and convinc
ing. Madam Bean will oonvlnoe you through
her Peychonerlo power that there Is life
beyond the grave, and a life reading will
benefit you beth financially and spiritually.
ro not fall to call and Investigate Oc
cult Science. Spiritual and buslnees advice
dajly. Room 1 and 2, Patterson BIk., 17th
and Parnam. Tel. Douglas (030.
Wishes to announce that
Is not running for office,
but is running for your
business. He sells the
Tel. Doug. 771
304-306 N. 16th
EUGENE H. FERRIN
.416 S. 18th. Tel. Dour 189 J
Horses Called for and Delivered
In the scientific world
bas been attained by
The greatest Clairvoyant, Palmist, Astrolo
ger Phrenologist and Occult Scientist Omaha
has ever had th'. pleasure of entertaining.
Truthful predictions given in every case
t alnsjle question brlns askea.
Endorsed bv the War department, emi
nent congressmen, police department and
CVia visit to a genuine occult scientist
wilt repay you for many disappointments.
LADIF8 60c. Astrological chart, also three
questions answered by mail for 60c. Send
ASTROLOGY, PALMISTRY AND
Hours: 0 a. in. to 8 p. tn. dillr.
All business strictly confidential.
MRS. FAUST, 1709 Jackson Street.
years of the First Congregational church of
Omaha. The Congregational Church Build
ing society, which aided In building the
first church erected In )8o6, will be repre
sented by Rev. C. H. Richards, D. D.. of
New York, Its secretary. Another feature
of Interest will be a meeting of the Ne
braska, Congregational Home Missionary
society to decide whether It will In future
assume responsibility for raising all funds
needed for mission purposes tn the state
without calling upon the national society.
Friday afternoon. May 4. a reception to all
early settlers of Nebraska, without regard
to creed, will be held and there wilt be an
hour or two of brief addresses by old rest
dents. Special railway rates have been se
cured and a large attendance la expected
from the state and elsewhere.
Solemn vespers will be celebrated Sun
day evening at 7:48 at the Sacred.JIeart
church. Twenty-second and Blnney streets.
The Knights of Columbus and friends will
attend In a body. Rev. Charles Mugan
will preach the sermon. The celebrant of
the vespers will be Rev. James Aheame,
who will be assisted by Fathers Judge,
Harrington, McNamara and Oleeson. Un
der the direction of Rev. IVf. J. Barrett,
the- junior choir of the church will sing
the vesper music. The choir bas been
practicing for some time.
Confirmation services will be held at
"Our Savior's" Norwegian Dsnlsh Luth
eran church. Twenty-sixth and Hamilton
streets, Palm Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m.
Psalms and "Holy City" will be sung by
H. C. Johnson. Sermon, "Be Thou Faith
ful Unto Death." Rev. H. Gudmandsen.
T. JV. C. A. Notes.
The annual meeting of the association
will be held at the rooms Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Very little time will be
iriven to the year's work, the evenlnc be
ing riven to the buUdlnc rampaiirn. Every
one interested Is urgently requeated to be
The regular gospel service will be held
Sunday afternoon at 4:30. Miss Mary S.
Dunn, one of the national association sec
retaries, will speak on "Prayer." She re
quests that those In attendance be pre
pared to take some part and to give tiieir
own experiences In regard to answered
prayer. This subject Is especially appre
ciated at this time, when funds are being
raised for the new building,
Y. M. C. A. Xo4ee.
R. C. Wade, general secretary, is spend
ing a couple of days in Ottumwa, la..
Us old, field, iuokiug u old friends aud
That are fresh and seasonable, also
the fresh green vegetables that are oa
the market and
That would make your mouth water
to see them the prices are remark
ably reasonable too, for this time of
A full line of high trade Groceries.
CALL DOUOLAB 1614.
Chas. II. Mallinson & Co.
112 Catpltol Ave.
ERR ITT' S
Bees to announce that they have In
stalled a new direct telephone for your
New Phons Dooflas-SPlS
Old Phone Douf la12J9
Remember We Never Close
Millard Hotel Pharmacy
Cor. ThlrtMtb and DougUi St
Densmore No. 1. ...... .til W
Densmore No. 1 115 00
Densmnre No. I 140.00
Remington No. 1 $M 00
Remington No. ft. 130 00
Remington No. $3?. BO
Remington No. s. M0.00
Remington No. T 146.00
. Dosens of others, all re-
built, all bargains. .
TTPBWRITERS FOR RENT. '
WE REPAIR ALL KINDS.
Ws are exclusive agents far Bllckens
dorfer Typewriters, and Can supply parts
and repairs for all models.
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Carpets cleaned on the floor. Not taken up. Every
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Phone Red 3362
taking care of his business interests
The boys' meeting Sunday afternoon will
be held In the new gymnasium. William
Parker, truant officer, will tell some of his
experiences with boys in his truancy
Probably no Young Men's Christian as
sociation In the world has entertained so
many visiters in a short time as the
army association at Dalny, Manchuria. On
some days from 10,900 to 1&.CKK) men, wait
ing for their steamer, were entertained
and from UO.000 to 160, 000 were served In
one month. Nearly all of the 500,000 sol
diers In Manchuria are being met by the
associations at Dalny and Uuchutung, the
two points of embarkation. S
The men's meeting at 4 o'clock will be
held In the Tabernacle at Nineteenth and
Farnam streets. Ir. Eljlro Takasugl of
Tokio, Japan, will give his lecture on "The
New Japan. Dr. Takasugl is a gTaduaie
of re Paw university and a postgraduate
of Boston university, and is now pro
fessor In the Imperial college, Sapporo,
Japan. As a student of conditions in his
own country, he was Induced by one of
the lyceum bureaus to make a short lec
ture tour of the United States. A son of
Marshal Oyama was especially. Intrusted
to his tutelage. Thirty of the army offi
cers who won renown at' the front dur
ing the late war sat under his Instruction.
As a 'member of the Samurai and son of
a noble family, he has the entree into
the inner circles of his country. Hob 8.
Chlnda, vice minister of foreign affairs,
was a college male and Is a most lntlma'e
friend. These facts prove that Dr.
Takasugl knows his native land, and It
Is expected that his lecture next Sunday
will be a treat. Music will be provided.
Admlsslen will be free.
Parkvale Congregational Bible school at
I; preaching at 4.
Plymouth Congregational Morning serv
ice at 30; Bible school at noon; no even
Psrk Forest Chapel of Castellar Street
Church, Twelfth and Dominion Sunday
school at t p. m.
Ontario Street Chapel of Castellar Btreet
Church. Eighteenth and Ontario Sunday
school at t p. m.
Church of the Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt, Rev. H. T. Bell, Pastor Serv
ices at 10:90 and t.
Church of ths Living Ood. College Hall,
Nineteenth and Farnam "Mlllenlal Dawn 5
Bible study at 10 p. m.
Orand View Baptist Sunday School,
Fortieth and Cedar, O. D. Maddlson, Sup
erintendentMeets at t:S0.
Third Presbyterian. Twentieth and
Leavenworth, John . Spencer, Pastor
Services at 10:10 and T:30, Sunday school
North Side Christian. Twenty-sixth and
Orant. H. J. Kirschsteln, Pator Morning,
"Hopes for the Hour;" evening, "Profitable
Ws Unite Presbyterla. Iweoty.flxst
Before building; consult
with me. Ksttmat
furnished free. Noth
ing bnt flrnt class work
I MAKK A SPECIALTY OF OON
TRACT ING, NOT JOHBIXd AND RE
PAIRING. Tea will be money ahead by flour
2420 Grant St,
A littli Lectors l
(cr Your Benefit ,
This Is practically - "t
new science, and If you
are sick or ailing It de
serves your attention.
To begin with, we' will
take a disease mat is
classed as Incurable
Rheumatism. It Is one of the most pain
ful ailments that the' human body-can be
afflicted with. Medicine cannot cure it.
With Neuropathlo Osteopathy ws .can ab
solutely cure it by eliminating the cause,
The cost Is small compared with drugs
All mental and nervous troubles can be
cured dn a short time , without the use nf
dmgs. . 1 ""
Chronic stomach trouble and catarrh are
something most everybody Is afflicted wttB
and think cannot be cured. Why Sutter
any mors when ws can sure you.
DRS. A. D. and JENNIE U UIKO
115 Karbaoh Block
Residence Phene Msrney-HtT.
For that YALE
LOCK or Trunk
Tkea remember that C. ft. HKF1JX,
the "Leek Doctor," has fell sasl
r t oaa smelt e one for yea.
C. R. HEFLIN
' 'Gunsmith and Locksmith" ' "
217 S. 14th PKono Du. 2973;
Bj Using '
1919 Farnam Gt.
and Emmet, David R. Turn bull, Pastor
Services at 10 30 and 7:30; Bible school at
noon; young people's meeting at 4:30,
Grace Baptist, Tenth and Arbor, B. F.
Fellman, Pastor Services at 10:46 and 7:46; .
Sunday school at noon; Junior union at t;
young people's prayer meeting at 7.
People's, Charles W. Savldg-e, Pastor
Morning, "Great Hymns of the Church;'
evening, "The Office and Work of the
Holy Spirit." '
Calvary Baptist Branch, Thirty-fourth,
and Seward, Key. K. H. Curry, Pastor
Sunday, 1:30 p. m., Bible school; Thursday,
7:46 p. m., gospel service, ,
Second Presbyterian, Twenty-fourth and
Nicholas, Kev. Newman Hall Burdlclt,
Pastor Preaching at 10;30 and 8; morning
subject, "The Working Church."
Castellar - Street Presbyterian, Sixteenth
and Castellar, Walter 11. Reynolds, Pastur
Services at 10:80 and I: Sunday school,
with orchestra, at noon; Endeavor society
St. Mary's Avenue Con'sreaatlonal. Rev.
Lucius O. Balrd. Fastor Services at 10:20
and 4:30; morning, "The Call for Disciples;"
vespers, "The Claim of Christ on the Men
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Twenty,
fifth and Farnam Sunday school at :4f;
morning service at 11; evening service at
I; toplo of lesson sermon, "The Doctrine
Clifton Hill Presbyterian. Forty-fifth end
Orant, R. L. Purdy. Pastor PubUo worship
at 10.30 and 7:30; Sunday school at noon;
Christian Endeavor at 4:); morning.
"Palm Branches;" evening, "Love's Con
First Christian, Nineteenth and Farnam.
S. D. Dutcher, Pastor Bible school at 3.46;
services morning and evening; Christian
Endeavor at 4:30; morning sermon. "Serv
ing One's Day .and Generation;'' evening,
"The Accepted 'Time."
Knox Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hlgbee, Paator Morning, "The
Church and Wealth;" evening, "Account-
Ing to God, or the Judgment Day;" Sab
bath school at noon; prayer meeting every
Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. ,
Hillside Congregational, Thirtieth and
Ohio, Herbert L. Mills, Pastor Services
at 10:30 and 7:3o; morning subject, "The
Question of the First Palm Sunday;" even
ing, "Escaping Temptation:" Sunday school
at noon; young people at 4:30.
Unity, Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. New.
ton Mann. Minister Service at 10:30 a. in.:
sermon. "The Real Jesus and the Ideal
Christ;" Sunday school at noon; In the
evening a lecture by Pandit N. Krishna of
Bombay, India, on "India. Past and Pres
ent" Calvary Baptist, Twenty-fifth and Hamil
ton. Rev. E. R. Curry. Pastor Services at
10.30 and 7:30. Rev. Maine w G. Allison,
assisting the pastor In special services, will
preach; morning theme, "The Story of the
Sheep That V as Lost;" evening. "How
Many Will Be Saved T" Services every even.
Ing, except Saturday at I p. m., at which
Mr. Allison will preach; Bible school at
noon; men's "Barsca class at ntfou: youus
Vevyte'g aervWe a j. m.
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