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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: RUN DAT, MAY 13,
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Dcforo Altorinc Duildinc
Wo are beginning to K-t ready to move Into our new quartern at
131 Farnnm street, formerly urrnpled by Ham'l llurns. Wv- want to
more a little goods a poNsible. In order to clone out Borne linen we
have cut rirrs squarely In two. Although thee irli-e are leas, than
most hoow can sell for cash, we will (It you out complete on your own
term. lrompt deliveries to Omaha and vicinity. We guarantee to
save y money.
TOPICS ?0ft A DAY OF REST.
iiih unse leather couch, steel eon
trusted, quarter-sawed oak
iiama-call and tea it
Thli Go-Cart, beautifully de
signed, tarn paced steel con
structed, running' (rear b.-ill
bearlnf and rub- O OR
bnr hub UsW
j 1: I
This quarter-aawed oak Sideboard
French beval plate glass, divided t"i
drawer thl 10 Kft
This quarter-tawed omIc coiti
bl nation book case -book
department largo dek
compartment larger than
A resuni Jut ins1s of th work of for
eign mission carried on by tha Presby
terian church In the I'nlted St it tea. north,
shows that the board Is maintaining about
0 missionaries In sixteen different coun
tries, besides 2.W0 native helper In the
various fields. There are close to (in.noo na
tive Christians under Its supervision, rep
resenting: some am, nun RilliPrrnts.
The board also maintains 932 schools and
colleges, lie hospital and dispenaarle In
which were treated last year t:3,01 pa
tients. In addition to tlx-se there are eight
I prayers will b onVrrd and appropriate
rmnm delivered. i
I There will be a miml.nl service at Trinity i
i Mc thodlst church Sundsy evening. Th
spei tal music, for the day Is as follows: i
I Anthem Peek Ye the I-nml Roberts
! W ith tenor solo hy Mr. Ralph Newell.
! Offertory Polo Fear Ye Not. U Israel .
Mr. W. R. (lishani.
Anthetn The Kadlant Morn Woodsrd
Soprano Soln 1 Selected
Mrs. YV. J. tianiinlll.
Anthem Bweet Saviour. Rless l's Fre
Baritone 80I0 t'rosslng the Bar Buck
Mia. J. F. Flai. Mrs. R. B. A. MrBrlde
ami Mr. W.- P. Johnston re turner I Friday
priming emaoiiKnments wnicn are Turning : ,vl)rlg fronl rvs Moines, where thev st
out In the neighborhood of 1K.U.MW pages , l(.nJ.H lh. ,nnil.,i convention of the
Bolted onstruoted Cabinet, hardil M f
wood baa 4i4U
A HANDSOME ROCKER WITH
EACH $20.00 PURCHASE
r-i uJo-ti nni.. n. Ill
of printed matter a year.
With the exception of the Church Mis- !
siunary oclety of England, the Presby
terian board has had committed to it the
largest work among Protestant missions In
the world. The cost of administration of
this work Is less than 5 per cent.
Regarding the financial support of this
great work It may be said that during this
year contributions from the home churches
have steadily Increased, but the uecees of
tha missionaries abroad ha been so re
markable that the work on th Held has
gone beyond the Income of the board, and
this In spite of the fact that no money
whatever has been appropriated for new
property or building, excepting auch
amounts as have been given to the board
especially designated for that purpose.
Music at the First Congregational church,
Nineteenth and Davenport streets: "
Prelude Allegretto in B minor. . Ouilmant
Anthem Ho! Kv'ry One That Thlrsteth
Bass solo, Mr. Bates; quartet and
Offertory Andante Rhelnherger
Trio P ace. Troubled Potll Buck, Jr.
Misses Foley and DeOraff and Mr.
Postlude In D Tours
I'relurle Pastorale Wely
Anthem O Come, let I s Worship
Quartet and chorus
Quartet Good Deeds Avail Not
Offertory Andante Con Moto Tour
Solo Iead, Kindly Ilght 8hepperd
Mies Susan DeGraff.
Postlude In F Salome
OLD SNAKE STORY RENEWED
Repatlea Attacked Railroad Crew and
Mea Dynamited lh W hula
Along In TH7-Slt, whn I was a scraper
boy for one of the grade contractors on the
Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs
railroad (now prt of the Burlington sys
tem), a Rang of us was working on a cut
between Phelps, Mo ind Hamburg, la.
It was In th early part of February, and
the rlcknicn had to remove Hie frozen crust
of the river bluff before the scrapers could
be worked to advantage.
At sor.e points the ground was froxeu so
an earthquake, particularly as one had been
felt throughout the Missouri vulley the
summer before. It was a bright moon
light night, and we could not see that th
bluffs or any of the ground except that on
which our camp waa located was disturbed
In the least. Cnder us, however, there was
constant commotion, and we Jumped to the
conclusion that -the earth we had baen
dumping along the right-of-way was set
tling, and that we were on the surface of
Of course, we all- rushed for the main
grade as quick as our legs could carry us,
and then to the bluffs on the other side,
where we could look dowa and see what
In a few niintltes the mystery was ex
plained. The great lumps which had been
hard that giant powde r was uwed to blast It,
and a i-paiate gang was employed to roll j hurled down the incline were really com
thc chunks, many of which weighed se- posed, not of earth as we supposed, but of
eral hundred pounds, and were as hard ax
granite, to the Inclines along the right-of-way.
As the scraiera got to work we would
dump the loose clay over these same In
clines, the lump would soon be covered up
and here and there we would plan to leave
level stretches on which to erect our tent,
do our cooking, etc.
I will never forget one night when we
were all awakened by the movement of the
earth beneath our camp. The titght before
we had gathered dead underbrush and tree
limbs from th side of the bluff and had
built blaxing fire throughout the camp, for
the weather wa frlghtfuly cold. Some of
the men had rolled Immense log down the
bill, and these were thrown on the under
brush, making roaring fires, so that we had
all turned In that evening feeling more
comfortable than w had at any time since
we camped In tha Blacksnake region north
of t. Joe.
At first when we rushed from our tents
and felt the earth rocking and swaying be
neath us we could think of nothing else but
When the Wind Blows
When tha Wind Blow " that a the
time oar "Shur-Ou" Eye Olaae I moat
appreciated. "CAN'T SHAKE 'EM
OFF" la the verdict of all who wear
Now a word about our faoilitlea for
Biaklnr ecleutlnc KYE EXAMINA
TION . apaetaxl making and lens
grinding. W have dug to th very
bottoa el OrTlCAL MC4UNCK; w
guarantee eur work; we era EXCLU
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frozen snakes. The big fires which we
had built had thawed them out beneath
our carhp, and the reptile were untangling
themselves and making for the open air
by the thousands.
Old railway builder aw through it at
once, for they had had many uch experi
ences, but to myself and all the younger
men It was new and frightful.
When I tell you that in a few minutes
the ground for hundreds of yard around
Was alive with black snakes, copperhead
nd rattlers, I am not exaggerating. A
we gazed down upon th scene from"-the
bluff It looked like a sea of snakes. There
must have been IO.ijOO of them, crawling
over each other, forming Into knots, rolling
Into great balls, rattling and hissing, until
my blood ran cold.
My bos had been through something of
the sain kind before, and he was the first
one to get his head. He asked for volun
teers. Soon a gang of us were throwing
ties ever the snakes, and some of the most
courageous of us, under order from tha
bona, walked upon these tie to the differ
ent flree end scattered them with shovels,
pick and wagon pole. Quickly the snakes
began to feel the chill, and In less than
half an hour not one wa moving. We
pitched our tents on the aide pf the hill
for the rest of th utght, and next morning
found that th snakes had again formed
Into what appeared to be lumps of frozen
earth. Collecting these Into a great heap
we exploded giant powder under them and
shattered them Into millions of piece.
Some professor of the State university
at Columbia came up afterward to look
over th ground and I remember that they
issued a pamphlet stating that this wa
on of the many gathering places of the
north Missouri snakes and that similar
con vein Ions hud been held in the Ozarks
In former years. The simkes. the pamphlet
aid, held their conventions in the fall,
coming fro j n all parts of the state to at
tend, and, after transacting the usual busi
ness, they froze up for the winter in lump
and bowldera as we had round them. I
don't know how true this is, but during
the following Vlnter I know that ton of
froaen snake were blasted along th line
of th I'nion Pacific between Kearney and
Grand Island. Chicago Inter Ocean.
Something new In the way of churrh work
is being inaugurated by the Brotherhood
of St. Paul of the Diet Memorial church,
the new feature being a class In commercial
law under the leadership of E. A. Wakup,
who ha been a professor of commercial
law for some years. Thirty-five young men
have Joined the class and more are seek
ing admission. The tuition is free, with a
small charge for text books. The clas
meets each Monday evening at 8 In the
lecture room of the church at Tenth and
Music at Trinity cathedral:
Processional O. Kion. Hast Wsleh
Te Deum In E flat Btainer
Jubilate Deo .Smith
Hymn Jesn Shall Reign Hattan
Offertory O. for a Closer Wsdk With
Recessional Hymn Fling Out the Ban
EVENING PRAY DR.
Processional With Gladsome Hearts...
Gloria Patrl Turner
Nunc Dlinlttls t Barry
Itevotlonal Hymn Barnby
Offertory Love Not the World. .. .Sullivan
Recessional Jesus. King of Glory. . .Haydn
Ben Stanley, organist and choirmaster.
At St. Mary'a Avenue Congregational
church, under Mr. Kelly' musical direction,
th morning anthem will be "O, Com Be
fore His Presence with Singing." by Sir
George C. Martin, present organist of St.
raut a cathedral. lndon. At the vesper
service an Interesting program will be sun
In connection lth the subject. "Christ and
th Sea," each number being germane to
Processional Holy, Holy, Holv Dvke
Interlude Barcarolle Dudley Buck
tFrom the Golden Legend.)
Hymn Dear Ixrd and Father of Man
kind, by John Greenleaf Whit tier;
tune by F. C. Maker
Choral Response Pardon All Our Past
Offertory Hymn Fierce Wa the Wild
Sung by the choir.
Anthem Crossing the Bar (Tennyson)..
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Woman's Gem-mi Missionary society of
the I'nlted Presbyterian church. The meet
ing was largely attended and the business
In Jiand was largely routine. Mis. Mary
Baldrige of Pes Moines was elected presi
dent to succeed Mrs. W, T. While of Al
The annual council of the Episcopal
church for the diocese of Nebraska assem
ble next week at Trinity cathedral. It
will be honored by the presence of Tr.
Rufus Clark, the department secretary for
the fifth and sixth departments, whoee
headquarters ar in Detroit, and Rev. II. It.
Hulse of New York City, who Is the ec
retary of the missionary thank offering
that Is to be raised to present to the church
at the general convention which Is to meet
at Its three hundredth anniversary. The
Woman' auxiliary meets on Wednesday
and Thursday. There will be addresaes by
Dr. Clark and Mr. Hulse, and it i likely
that a missionary from Japan will address
the Woman' auxiliary. In the council the
principal question of Interest will 1) the
matter of an Episcopal endowment for
maintaining the affair of the diocese,
which will relieve the various congrega
tions from 'the dollar-per-eommunlrant y
tern now In v'ogue. On Wednesday evening
the Church club will entertain the dele
gates at a dinner at the Paxton hotel, for
which an Interesting program is being ar
ranged by Mr. Theodore Rlngwalt, who
has the matter in charge..
I'he Epwortl) league will hold a union
anniversary meeting at Trinity Methodist
church Sunday evening, beginning at 8:30.
E. E. Hosmer will led and special music
will be rendered by a quartet. Kountze
Memorial and Walnut Hill Methodist
churches will participate In th meeting.
Y. W. C. A. Sotea.
AH th regular class work will close with
the end of the week. Beginning next
week the rooms will close at o'clock, ex
cept on special occasions.
Next Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock
there will be a meeting of the board of di
rector to elect officers and chairmen of
committees for the ensuing year.
Mrs. Kroma Byer will spe4k at 4 SO
Sunday afternoon on the auhject, "The
Prophet Hnhakkuk." Lucius Prynr will
sing. Refreshments will be served at 5:30.
All women invited.
Rev. H H. Woodward
Recessional Hymn Holy, Holy, Holy
Mlaeellaneoea Anaoaaeemen ts.
Church of th Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt. Rev. R. T. Bll, Pastor Serv
ice at 10:30 and 8 p. m.
Saratoga Congregational. Chaplain IMf
fenbacher, Paalor Eenin(j service at 8
o'clock. Topic. "Two Great Receptions."
St. Paul Episcopal. Thirty-second and
California. Thomas Isitt, Minister In
Charge Morning service at 11; evening
Church of the Living God, College hall,
Nineteenth and Farnani Bible study at 2::
&m. Morning ubject, "The Millennial
Third Presbyterian. Twentieth and Leav
enworth, John E. Spencer, Pastor Morn
ing ervtce, 10:30; evening, 7:30; Sunday
school, 8 p. m.
Calvary Baptist Branch. Thirty-fourth
and Seward, Rev. E. R. Curry, Pastor
Bible School at 8.30 p. m.; gospel service
at J:IR Tuesday evening.
Omaha Philosophical Society, Second
Floor, Patterson Block, Seventeenth and
Farnam "The Nebular Hypothesis," by J.
J. Point, at 2:30 p. m.
Cnity. Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. New
ton Mann. Minister Service at 10:30; ser
mon, -wtty I Would Be Minister Rather
I than Pastor;" Sunday school at noon.
First Cnlted Presbyterian, Twenty-first
and Emmet. Rev. David R. Turnbull, Pas
torServices at 10:30 and 7:80; Bible school
at noon; young peaple's meeting at 8:30.
North Bide Christian Church. Tweniy
slxtli and Grant, H. J. Klrschstein, Pastor
Morning topic. "The influence of Com
panions. Evening topic, "The First Pente
cost." People's Church, Rev. Charles W. Be v
Idgs, Pastor Morning. "Mission at Home
and Abroad"; evening, "Weighed in tne
Balances." Prof. Meries has ciiaige of ttie
Members of Custer post No. 7, Grand
Army of the Republic, have accepted an
Invitation to attend a special service at the
Dleti Memoi'lnl church Sunday morning.
May 17. A 'welcome ha been extended to
all members of the Grand Army to Join the
comrades of Custer post.
Music at North Side Christian church,
Twenty-sixth and Grant street:
Processional Holy, Holy, Holy I,ord
Communion Hymn Sweet the Moments
Anthem Christ, the I.ord, Is Risen To
Sermon The Influence of Companions..
Processional I'm but a Stranger Here.
Offertory All Things Come of Thee, O
Anthem Seek Y the Lord
Dr. J. V. Robert
Mr. James Knight and chorus.
Recexaional Saviour, Again to Thy Dear
Name We Raise
Sermon The First Pentecost
Mrs. H. J. Klrschstein, organist and director.
at First Methodist Episcopal
INSURANCE COMPANY COMING
Western Manager ef Metropolitan
Barely Contnaar Hera to Select
Fred L. Gray of Minneapolis, western
manager of the Metropolitan Surety com
pany of New York, is at the Paxton. He
la In the city Investigating local condition
in the bond and burglary business and ex
presses the believ that there is a large Meld
her In those specialties for an aggressive,
up-to-date company like the Metropolitan.
It the right kind of "live-wire" agents are
secured the company proposes to establish
a branch office In Omaha.
Mr. H. K. Fredertckson received a wire
from the Bulck Moior Car company, at
Wllkeubarre. Pa., yesterday, stating that
the BuUk had won in both th 81,000 and
tl.OT) and a-.-ond In the ;.S svent. Time
made naa three minutva and fuur filths
Prelude Pilgrims' Chorus Wsgner Eddv
Anthem O. Holy Ghost Macfarren
Solo Jerusalem Parker
Mr. N. P. Dean.
Offertory Music Csnzonetta Chadwick
Solo Like as the Heart Deeiteth Allltsen
Miss Margaret Dumm.
Postlude Offertoiie Clark
Prelude Sunshine and Shadow (a ton
Antnuin One ttweetly Solemn Thought
Solo My Redeemer and My Lord
Mrs. J. 8. Hill.
J. C. Norman Richard, organist
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IOH this week wo liave nrnuigftl a charming display of
handsome tailored suits, shirl waist suits ami Princess
dresses exclusive new creations, displaying exquisito
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type which merited for this exclusive house the unequaled
approval of women of Omaha and vicinity, and is attaining
for us the enviable position as a source of all that is in keep
ing with the ethics of proper dress.
Handsome circa, as Illustrated on left, made of
very flue quality taffeta U. frklrt and walM en
Flrcl) plaited with lace yoke, in mot sought for
black and white shepherd rheck very
effective with extra wide skirts, price.
oILK SUITS $15
Xew shirt waist suits o f
chiffon taffeta silk, in ele
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deep yoke in plaiting and
fagotting effects, with the
pretty new style
skirts in all the
LINEN SUITS $12.30
Xew suits of fine linen
made in either tailor jack
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new style skirts, beauti
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and piping; also in the
Stunning New Tailored Suits at $27.50
Special showing of new tailor-macfe suits, They are clever new styles and wonderful
values. The styles, the tailoring and everything about them bslng the higheat class.
Anions them will be found the smart checks, tropical worsteds in
light and dark shades in high collars, also black and navy. Every
new, advanced model is here, plain or smartly tailored, price $27.50.
WB OyE FK 7.50.
Wi Will Treat Ani Slngli Allmint Except Rupture and Blood PoImb for $12.50 ferttii Fee.
? nTitrnn HIV TnPIT miT xtir oiinr
Ultima r.iai iklai, dui wl uuiil
On account of ita frightful hldeouanea.
peclfle or contagtoua poison In the blood
Is the worst of all disease. It may ba
either hereditary or contracted. Onee tba
system la tainted with it, the disease may
manifest itself In the form of scrofula, ec
zema, rheumatic pains, stiff or swollen
joints, eruption or copper colored spots on
face or bodylittle ulcers in the mouth or
on the tongue, sore throat, swollen ton
sils, falling out of the hair or eyebrows,
and finally a leprous-like decay of the flesh
and bone. Our specific treatment for this
trouble, varied and modified to suit each
individual rase, is nn unfailing cure to
which a vast army of restored men today
owe their sturdy health.
Yon must coma to u aoooer or later j why
not now? Refuae to mffec loagor On
promise of others.
We cover the entire field f pri
vate and chronic, deep) seated, com
plicated, difficult diseases.
We want every man who la suffering
from any special disease or condition to
come and have a talk with na. No man
whose weakened system is crying oat for
help throng h contracted disease, or who
baa been guilty of early Indiscretions or
later excesses, la safe In Ufe until aweb
time aa hta errors have been corrected,
Sunday will be a day of service in the
Lutheran churches throughout thp I'nlted
States In the Interest of the Woman's Home
and Foreign Missionary society. Special
Cleanses and' beautifies tho
teeth and purines the breath.
Used by people of refinement
tax over a quarter of a century.
Coarenient for tourists.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Forty-fifth and
Grant, R. I Purdy, Pastor Preachinir
services at 10:30 a. m. and s p. in. Sunday
school at noon. Christian Kndeavor at
7 p. m.
First Christian, Klnteenth and Farnam,
8. D. Dutcher, Pastor Bible school at :46.
Ben Robldoux, superintendent; preaching
by the pastor at it and 8; Christian En
deavor at s:4o.
First Church of Chrl.-t. Scientist, Twenty
fifth and Farnam. Chambers' Building
Sunday school at D:46 a. in.; n, dining ser
vice at II; evening service at H; subject of
lesaon sermon, "Soul and Body."
Kountze Memorial English Lutheran,
Rev. Juhn K. Humnion. reMut Morning
service at 10:8O, tuple, "The Christian
Woman Jler Opportunities and Responsi
bilities"; evening subject, "'ihe inap,y
Diet Memorial. U. V. McGregor, Pas
torMorning service at 11; topic, "Chris
tian Oneness"; evening service at $; sub
ject, "Third Creation Day "; Sunday school
at 6:30 a. m.; worth league Ml -7. Strang
First Presbyterian, Seventeenth and
Dodge, Rev. Ldwln Hart Jenks, Pastor
Morning service at 10:. with communion;
evening service at t. The pastor has re
turned from his trip abroau and will oc
cupy the pulpit.
First I'nlted Kvangellcal Church. Frank
lin, Near Twenty-fourth, Rev. g. A. Dik.
i'aator Sunday achool at 10 a. m. Worship
at 11 a. in. 'iheme, "The Comforter." K.
I.. C. E. at t.M p. in. Worship at 7:3U p. in.
Theme, "Tha Marriage Vow."
Trinity Cathedral. Eighteenth Street and
Capitol Avenue, Rev. Ueorge A. Ueccher,
Dean Holy communion at s; hospitm serv
ices. :16; ftunday schoui and lecture on
Alaska at morning prayer and sermon
at 11; evening prayer and sermon t .
Second Presbyterian, Twenty-fourth and
Nicholas xtieets, Kev. Newmun IUII bur
ulcg. Pastor Pieaming by the pastor at
lo io and s; morning topic, " 1 lie slue ol
Repentance, a stu.iy of David's tin;'
evening tuple. "(ot Intention lor Man.''
Hillside Congregational. Thirtieth and
Ambrose 1 Ohio, Herbert I.. Mills. Pat.;or Morning
Selected 1 service at Hi.Sn. suoject, "Huepheid Lue
in tne Mnguom ouu. ouan m-inno
at noon; Liuistian Kndeavor t i; evening
preaching at , subject, "Tne A virus-.
First Congregational Church, Nineteenth
and Uavenport. Rev. Hubert C. Herring,
l. D.. Pastor Services at 10:30 a. ni. aii'l
k p. m. 'ihe pastor exenanges with Rev.
L,. O. Balrd ui ti Mary s Avenue church
in the moinlug. Evening topic, "Faith s
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and
Nicholas, Rev. A. 8. C Clarke, Pastoi
Morning service at lt);3o, topic, "The Sin
gle te;" evening service at 7:fc, topic,
The Claim of God on tne H-srl of Man;"
Sunday school ui noon; Hiuie study Wed
nesday evening at i.
St. Mark English Lutheran, Twenty
first and Humeile, L. tirou. Pastor -1'reachlna
at l::w and k p. in.; morning
topic, "bill. Righteousness and Ju.lij-
nient '; evening topic, "To Ever) one m
Proper YVoig' ; bunuay' school at noon; .
Young Peopla society at t:.
Central I'nlted Presb) tei inn, Twenty
fourth and lodge. R. B. A. Mi Bride, Pas
torMorning worship at 10 l, eveiniig wor
ship at I lu the morning Rev. J fr. Ross.
D. I) , of Tarkio. Mo., w ill pi each. In
the svening the pastor will prescu, taking
for bis then., "i he Greatness of Chitst
Task." Sabbath school at noon and )oung
people's meeting at 7.
lmnianuel Baptist, Tweat y-foui t h and
Binney, Phlletus H. McDonald. Pastor
Moiulng service at 1U.30 o'clock. Topic,
"The Personal Word of lb Personal
Maker." Evening service at I o'clock.
Topic, "Held by ins Father Hand." Bibls
sell no I at noon. Young people service at
T o clock. Junior service at I o'clock.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. An
aual meeting el th (.tauten Muuda eten
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