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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JULY 16. 190flL
BAPTIST SABBATH 15 OMAHA
Xiait?-DleW to ConTsntion Pmch in
2tiicliotl Cfcurcbe la Morninc.
ALL HAVE GOOD-SIZED CONGREGATIONS
Presla'ont Ckanman Talks to Ton
Men' CHlnn aaotnlon and
rtlU Tfcens witn Haw
fU-srcely an vanrellesi ohoroh Id Omaha
yesterday morning had It pastor In Its
pulpit to proarh. Minlstwr-aVleaste to the
convention of th Baptist Touri People
union ailed tha plaoe of I ha pastors, and
food at aad eonrreUons turned out almost
In rery Inatanoa. Tha laltln preacher
had oonit from far and wide, aome from
tha Pax-lfle, aoma from tha Atlantic, other
from tha north and other from tha south
and they all had laid special stress upon
tha sermon they were to preach In Omaha
Bunder mornlnr- Filled with the eal and
enthusiasm of the week's successful con
tentionthe best In the history of the or
ganisation, according to President Chap
manthese men of Ood carried the Are of
tha g-ospel with them Into the stranje pul
pits and they seemed to Infuse It Into the
hearts of their strange concrestlons.
Tha Babbath of c religious convention Is
not a dey of rest to the conventloners. save
as any day Is one of rest to a sealous Chris
tian when he can spend It busily doing the
work of his Master. Buch a day was yes
terday for the Baptist delegates and their
friends In Omaha of all other churches.
President Chapman set the example for his
minister brethren by lecturing In the after,
noon at tha Young Men's Christian associa
tion rooms. Borne of tha ministers visited
and addressed the prisoners at the county
REPEST KEY TO JOHN'S MINISTRY
Oaf Ward Characterises Whole
In his discourse at the Becond Presby
terian church yesterday morning Rev. A.
A. Malnwarlngy psstor of the First Baptist
church of Loglmsport, Ind., characterised
tha minlstery of John the Baptist as
summed up In the word repent." The
Indiana preacher gave an Interesting talk
on the life, work and character of Jom.
"John led the morning of the early Chris
tian era. Today the full sunshine of God'
love is beaming on us, and we need more
than ever before to repent. The conscience
of tha people of the Vnlted Btstes Is being
aroused as never before and w are becom
ing mora sensitive to what Is right and
To keep pace with the wonderful growth
and prooperlty of this country Dr. Main
waring 'urged that the Christian church
reproduce ttself more by sending out minis
ters, as but few young men today are con
secrating themselves to the work.
"John was a voice. . , Hie was a voice
crying to 'all to prepare the wsy of the
Ixird, and lie brought down with fell
strokes the mighty Jewish superstition.
We, to be workers for Ood, must reduce
ourselves to voices. John's ministry did
not merely consist of sound, as he power
fully aroused tha sleeping consciences of
his hearers and disturbed their latent
forces. John was not tha product of his
own age, but rather the Incarnation of the
deep thoughts of many ages and of Ood."
Drs Main waring declared the outlook for
a general repentance throughout the coun
try was never brighter, the softening of tha
denominational lines being a happy move
. in that direction.
Rev. Newman Hall Burdlck, D. D., pastor
of the Second Presbyterian church, occupied
the pulpit with the visiting minister. Prof.
Harry I Maxwell, a prominent singing
evangelist, had charge of the choir and
sang "Open My Eyes That I May Bee."
Prof. Maxwell's sweet tenor voice added
much to th Inspiration of the service.
MW IB THE BAR TO PEACE ASD LOVE
Keeps JNaa Oat of Fellowship, Says
Rev. W. R. Howell.
Rev. W. R. Howell of Detroit occupied
tha pulpit of tha Diets Memorial Methodist
church yesterday morning, taking "Fellow
ship" as tha toplo of his sermon. His text
was from I John 1:3: "That which we hav
seen and heard declare wa unto you, that
ye also may have fellowship with us; and
truly our 'fellowship Is with the Father
and with his son, Jesus Christ." In part,
ha said: "
"The one thing that keeps men out of
fellowship Is sin, tha one thing that breaks
up homes 1a sin, the one thing that divides
husband' and wife, that- plungea nations
Into war and corrupts municipalities Is sin.
It Is the desire of Ood that we should live
together In fellowship.
"Wa are told that fellowship Is a matter
mm i b
One and a quarter million acres to be
opened to settlement on the
Dates of registration July 16th to 31st.
Less than one fare for the round trip,
daily July 12th to 29th via
GEO. F. WEST, General Ant,
Chlcagt h North-Wasters. R. Omaha, Neb
Pteaa sand to my address paxnphlsts, map and Infor
mation concerning the opening of the Shoabou or Wind
River retorvatioa to settlement.
(Cat sol this Ceoseal
of the heart, but thst the mind hsa cognis
ance of It. It la a matter of common con
viction, of agreement In service. It means
side by side toll. It Is also a matter of
spirituality and depends on regeneration.
Jetnia said we are not to be born stain, to be
transformed; John says our fellowship Is
with the Fsther and if we say we have
fellowship In Ood snd walk In darkness
wa lie. It Is also a matter of accommoda
tion. We may develope It. Wa should be
able to rejoice with those that rejoice and
weep with those that weep. What the
world needs Is sympathy. Wa ought o help
bear the burdens of others and carry out
tha teachings of Christ.
"Fellowship Is a matter of support. It Is
one of the sustaining factors of the Chris
tian life. Paul worked with his companions.
That is what the world noeds today, to
have men and women who are willing to be
Used In common. We grow weary at times,
but to us comes the refreshing thought that
we have companionship and It gtvea Us
spirit to work and die for Jesus."
SECRETARY WEBB Olf POWER
Maalfestotlon of Spiritual Power la
!ot Pall F.nonah.
Rev. George T. Webb , of Illinois, Inter
national secretary of the Baptist Young
People's union of America, preached at Bt.
Mary's Avenue Congregational church Sun
day morning on "Power."
"There never was a time In the history
of the Christian church when we talked so
much about power as we do now," sold he.
"But there Is not the full manifestation
of spiritual power there should be consid
ering the number of words spoken about It.
There has never been so large a literature
on the subject as during the last fifteen
yearn, nor, have we been so rich In songs
of praise and hymns of power as In recent
"To a large extent there Is a misconcep
tion of the whole subject. Spiritual power
Is too much thought of as something re
lated to spiritual ecstasy. We have set It
apart In the cloister while we have been
out In the busy world. If power Is In the
cloister and the Christian Is In the world
then the Christian is without the pow;er
he ought to have to adequately represent
Jesus Christ. The world today, out of all
Its confusion, distress, agony and unsatis
fied longing, cries out in a cry thst It does
not understand Itself, 'We would see
"Jesus would manifest Himself to the
needy world through His body, which Is
His church, whether It be In Corinth, at
Ephesus, In Oalacla or In Omaha. There Is
only one way In which He mskes Himself
manifest, and that Is through Ills church.
"Power 1s the real manifestation of Jesus
Christ In the lives of men and women. The
gift whereby the spirit Is received Is the
gift of all. God has endowed every one
of us for some particular service In His
church, but this gift of the spirit Is pos
sible to all.
"Power lies In the exercise of gifts and
the full development of the talents with
which we have been endowed. The church,
to become the church of greatest power,
should have every member discover what
his or her gift is and use it according to
God's plan. There Is not an Indispensable
member In the church of Jesus Christ any
where. Your position may be obscure and
your gift small, but there Is no one whom
the church does not need. Find out your
place and serve."
INDIVIDUALITY IS SWALLOWED IP
Rev. Brace Kinney Deprecates Lack
, of Personal Responsibility.
"In this day of pecullsr economic, In
dustrial and social conditions, we have no
longer any great sense of personal responsi
bility." said Rev. Bruce Kinney of Utah,
preaching Sunday morning at the First
Christian church. "All things are special
ised now, aM a man Is only a small part of
a great whole, losing to a great extent
his sense of personal Identity. Not many
years ago a shoe factory consisted of a
shoemaker, a little shop and tools. Today
the factory Is a great Institution. Then
tha man himself was the factory; today
he Is only a wheel, or perhaps even a tiny
cog. In the great system of machinery.
"The same conditions run through all of
our Industrial and economic life. We see
corporations doing things the Individual
would not dare do end take the responsi
bility In the sight of Ood and man. He
may have voted for it In directors' meeting,
but It was the corporation did It. Labor
unions do things which the individual
laborer would not think of doing, for fear
of the responsibility It entails. The cltlxen
votes for a measure, but to escape the re
sponsibility for the lesults of the vote ha
hides behind the cloak of his party.
"Too many men lead lives of convenience.
Instead of lives of conviction, though If
there Is anything the church needs today
it Is men of conviction.
"Let us break away from the tendency
resulting from twentieth century conditions,
and be men and women. The only fish
Round trip from Omaha,
over the only all rail route
from Omaha' to Shoshoni,
Wy o. , the reservation border.
which floats with tha eunrent Is a 4n4 fish,
and ha s so dead he stink. I tell you If
some people don't wake up and thra accord
ing to conviction and not by convenience
there'll be some smells around here by and
THE Y Wilt WHO SIDR WITH GOD
Crisis of Faith Them of Rev. R. M.
Hundreds were turned away after all the
aisle, the choir loft and standing room
were filled when Rev., R. M. Weet of Bt.
Paul was the speaker at the First Baptist
church Sunday morning, filling the pulpit
of Rev. J. w. Conley, who was pastor Of
the First Baptist church in Bt. Paul for
five years befote Mr. West went there.
The "Crisis of Fslth" wss the theme of a
sermon, the text of which wss, "But I
have prayed for thee that thy faith fall
not and when thou . art converted,
strengthen thy brethren."
"Faith Is a matter of considerable im
portance In life and Jesua had a way of
going right to the core of tha matter."
said Mr. West. "He brushed aside all
small questions and kept to the main Issue,
as was illustrated In the case of Peter's
fslth. The Brooklyn bridge stands out
formidably In relief with four cables of
galvanised small steel wire holding up the
whole structure. The cables are not the
most Imposing part of the structure, yet
they carry all the burden. Life has tre
mendous loads to carry In various lines,
but faith, anchored to Ood, will carry us
through. We should determine to build
our lines on the carrying power of faith
and determine that our power In life shall
be gathered from faith In Ood.
"The life of Jesus Christ waa human and
the principal crisis came when man wished
him to be king. He pondered long and
late Into the night and met tha situation
by fnlth. The people were ohaflng under
the Roman rule and held hatred against
that government and were ready to make
any sacrifice for deliverance. They believed
they saw In Jesus Christ the right man to
lead them against the armies of Rome.
They would do His will If He would but
consent to lead them. His decision waa,
I will do the work which my Father has
planned for Me.' He realised Ood had
sent Him Into the world for tha whole
human race and not simply for one little
"We are allured from the plan of Ood
Into schemes of commerce and say we have
not the time for God's work. In the mean
while God's plans move with a less sweep
and you stand by building Indestructible
temples while God Is building the Inde
structible without your help. This is the
crisis of faith and we must settle the
question of whether our time and re
sources shall be used for God or mammon;
not to slop the roads of commerce, but to
so live as to not let your life be side
tracked. In many places human genius
Is landing a little fish and letting a big
craft go down to destruction. Lay your
selves subject to God's plans. They tried
to get Him to denounce His Father, but He
saw His faith must rest In Ood. They al
ways win who side with Ood. The man who
In his faith holds with Ood Is sure to
triumph. Men argue wrongly for the
divinity of things temporary. Life Is a
noble thing and Is divine as well as hu
man." SANBURG JURY DISCHARGED
In able to Agree on Verdict After
Being Oat Twenty-Four
After being out twenty-four hours, the
Jury In the case of Robert Sandburg
against the Omaha A. Council Bluffs Street
Railway company was discharged by Judge
Estelle without having arrived at a. verdict.
This wss the fourth trial of the case, two
disagreements having preceded this one.
At the first trial one of the Jurors broke his
arm and the esse was stopped.
Sandburg Is a boy. About two years ago
he was severely Injured by being struck
by a street car near Tenth and Hickory
streets. The company asserted the acci
dent waa due to his own carelessness. The
vote In the Jury room on the question of
the liability of the company Is said to have
stood at first at 7 to t In favor of tha boy,
and later at 10 to 2.
MEW HOMES IK THE WEST.
Shoshone Reservation to Be Opened
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN R'T
Announces Round-Trip Excursion Rates
from Ail Points July 12 to 2.
Leas than one fare for the round trip
to Shoshoni, Wyo., the reservation border.
The only all-rail route to tha reservation
Dates of registration, July It to II, at
Shoshoni and Lander. Reached only by
Write for pamphlets telling how to take
up one of these attractive homesteads.
Information, maps and pamphlets free on
request at City Office, 11-S Farnam Bt.,
or address S. F. Miller, A.- O. F. Sc. T. A.,
1201 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Automobile Rental Co. Office Niles &
Moser, Sixteenth and Farnam. Tel. Doug
WATCHES Frenxer, 16th and Dodge Sis.
The Wabash has Issued a beautiful
pamihlet, "MOUNTAIN. LAKE AND
8EA." Those planning a aummer trip
should ask for one. Wabash City Office,
1001 Farnam St., or address Harry E.
Moore, O. A. P. D., Omaha, Nab,
Annnal Excursion to D ninth.
Via Great Northern line will leave Sioux
City at S0 p. m. Tuesday, August 2, ar
riving Duluth Friday morning. Return
ing will leave Duluth at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, August 6. Round trip fare only
6. Special through trains will be run
consisting of tourist sleepers and day
coaches. Double berth In sleeping car 1
each way. Duluth. and vicinity comprise
one of the most enjoyable points for a few
.days outing. Boat trips may be made to
many places of Interest In Lake Superior
ti small cost.
1'ersons desiring berths should make
enervations as early as possible In order
s insure getting accommodations. Apply
Agent Great Northern railway, Blous
v'liy. or to Archibald Gray, Assistant Oen-
ral Passenger Agent. Bioux City, la.
DIAMONDS Ed holm, lth and Harney.
11.80 to St, Pans etna, nUnnaooell
From Omsha. via Chicago Great Weatata
Railway. Tickets on sal daily after May
U to September W. Final return 1 trait,
October XL Equally low rates to otbef
points In Minnesota, North Dakota, Wlaooa.
sin and lower Michigan. For further la
formation apply to H. H. Churchill, general
agent. 1b1) Farnam street, Omaha.
Ono . tao Lnost ttroteaoa of
Double Troon; to too World
under tna management la that of tha
Grind Trunk Railway System from Chi
cago to Montreal and to Niagara rails.
The Gsand fwuak-Lanigh Valley Double
Track Routs 4a Niagara Faila reaches
from Cwlcago to New Tor.
Descriptive literature, time tables. t.,
will bo mailed free en application to Geo.
W. Vaus. A. O. P. T. A, Ore ad Trunk
Railway System. 136 Adam Bu, Chicago.
DIAJIOKPfi-rfaaaer, lita and. iSj, al4
ELES ON THE WAY TO DENVER
Omaha Waloomag Large Delegation of
Order Purine Ttroueh.
LIVELY SCENES AT DEPOTS ALL DAY LONG
Mayor Dnhlmon and Bill Caonan Lend
In Greeting the Visitors Who Are
Accorded Moat Hospitable
Elks galore passed through Omsha, the
gateway to the west, Sunday morning,
afternoon and evening en route to Denver,
where the grand lodge meeting will be held
July 16 to 21. Union station never had more
jolly crowds In one day and was constantly
the scene of some tralnlnad of Elks and
their families and friends, either alighting
from the cars and being welcomed by the
local lodge officers and Mayor Dahlman in
behalf of the city or of some tralnload
which was leaving with many regrets.
Mayor Dahlman was on hand and as the
crowd would alight he would make a char
acteristic speech of welcome, giving the
travelers the privileges of the city, and
promising them the best the town afforded
as long as they would remain within the
gates. W. T. Canada, exalted ruler, In
behalf of tha local lodge of Elks, would
follow with a warm speech of welcome,
inviting all to take a trolley ride and to
use the club rooms to the fullest extent.
Many of the trains were held over In
Omaha while the members of the various
parties accepted the Invitation of the local
Elks and viewed tie city from special
trolley cars and from automobiles which
were kept on the move all day.
Open Hons at Clab.
The Elks club rooms were gaily decorated
for the occasion and the larder was well
filled from which all were Invited to par
take without cost. The rooms were well
filled all day and ; the large number of
women waa a noticeable feature of the
tourists. A majority of the travelers seemed
to have their wive and daughters, and
special provision was made for the enter
tainment of these.
At the station Oeorge West for the North
western, W. H. Murray, Dave Lincoln and
officers of the operating departments for
the Union Pacific, City Passenger Agent
Rowe and Fred Rutherford, division pas
senger agent of the Rock Island, Art An
derson of the Milwaukee, Will Davidson
of the Great Western and Sam North of
the Illinois Central were present all day,
looking after the comfort of the passengers
on tha numerous trains which were con
stantly pouring their cargoes of living
freight Into the ITnJoo station. W. H.
Cundey, traveling passenger agent of the
Denver St Rio Orande for this district, was
on hand to give the Elks copies of the
official program which had been prepared
by his road.
Several trains arrived during the night
and these went right on through, as most
of the men and women were asleep In their
berths, but with the coming of the sun the
local committee was on hand and all were
Induced to look over Omaha. Oeorge P.
Cronk, ex-grand exalted ruler of the order,
was also on hand to extend a greeting to
his old associates. The lunch room at the
station did a great business all day and one
of the waitresses waa Just 618 ahead from
the tips she had received from those who
had lunched there.
Prise Train from Lowell.
The largest train ofHthe day was that
from Lowell, Mass., which came over the
Great Western from Chicago and which
was Jn charge of W. Dolan, division
passenger agent of theQrea Western for
the New England states, ,Th"e train, whlpli
carried over 200 people jyp eleven cars, made
a fine run from Chicago, , reaving there at
6 o'clock Sunday morning and arriving at
Omaha before 6 o'clock in tha evening.
The crowd "which seemed to be having
the best time of any was that which came
on the Rock Island from Davenport at 6
p. m. and left over the Rock Island at
7:30. This bunch carried its own band
and a novel feature waa that the large
number of women who accompanied their
husbands and brothers wore long purple
silk coats, purple and white being the
Elks' colors. The train waa in charge of
C. C. Gardner, traveling passenger agent
of the Rock Island at Davenport, and
member will surely let people know when
they arrive in Denver with their band
and blue coat and other decorations. The
badge of this crowd was half an ear
of popcorn dyed purple on a white ribbon,
which waa very striking.
Reception Committee Busy,
The reception committee did Its work In
a thorough manner and - was appreciated
by all. Responses were made to the wel
comes of Mayor Dahlman and Exalted
Ruler Canada by leading Elks from the
different sections of tfie country. E. C.
Page and Arthur Wakeley also helped out
with the speechmaklng and assisted in
making the visitors welcome. ,
The local lodge Is not content with wel
coming and. showing a good time to those
going to Denver, but will repeat the per
formance when the return movement is on.
Many will return through Omaha who went
to Denver via some other route.
The Burlington trains were also filled
with people going .to Denver, but that
road carried but one organised party during
the day. The reoeption committee trans
ferred operations to . the Burlington depot
while that train waa In town. "
Parties expected today are the Camden,
N. J., Elks at T:30 this .nomlng, the Syra
cuse and Albany Elks at 8, the Jersey
City, Brooklyn, Hoboken and Hazelton
Elks on the Milwaukee at W:S0 thia morn
ing, and the Nebraska Elks leave at
o'clock thi afternoon on the Union Pacific
Best Medicine In the World for Colla
"I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best remedy
In tha world." says Mr. C. L. Carter of
Sklrum, Ala, "I am subject to collo and
diarrhoea. Last spring It seemed as though
I , would die, and I think I would if I
hadn't taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't been
troubled with it since until tills week, when
I had a very severe attack and took halt
a bottle of the 26-cent size of tnls remedy,
and UU morning I feel like a new man."
:. Bide Trip.
TOUNO PEOPLE'S UNION
LAKES OKOBJI AND SPIRIT LAKE
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL
ROUND TRIP K
Ticket on sole Puly 16 and 17; return
limit July 21. Folder and full Information
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
1614 Farnam. Street, Omaha.
OT.KS to Minneapolis ono It. Pool ood
Return from Omaha Vlo Chi.
eosjo Oroot Western Railway.
Account O. A. R. National Encampment
at Minneapolis, August ltth to 18' h. Tick
ets on sale August 11th to 18th. Return limit
August 61st, with extension privilege.
For further Information apply to H. H.
Churchill., Q. A., loli Farnam St., Omaha.
a to Row York on tao Lehigh.
Double track soonla highway. Connect
at Buffalo or Niagara Faila with all llaaa
from the west.
Write passenger department. Lohigh Vol.
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AT THE PLAY HOUSE.
Vaudeville at the BIJoa.
If the BIJou continues on It preoent
course Its success In Omaha Is assured.
Its second week opens with an even better
bill than that which attracted so much at
tention and drew such favorable comment
for a starter, and the performance waa
smooth and satisfactory In all regards.
Okura, the Japanese Juggler, wa compelled
to go through his act alone owing to tha
sudden illness of his wife, who assist him.
8he is under care of a physician with pros
pects of being out early In the week and
able to assume her share In the perform
ance. Okura does some very clever things
In the line of Juggling and tumbling. His
work with an umbrella, which he manages
with his feet. Is marvelous. Some good
work on a bicycle it- done by La Fevre,
who I a graceful and agile gymnast.
Bandy and Wilson are good dancers and
the Racketts have a turn In which they
Introduce a little of everything. Their bal
lad singing Is high class. Pauline Court
ney, who Is a fixture, msde her customary
hit with her Illustrated songs.
"Love and War," a dainty little comedy,
was presented with excellent effect by the
stock company. Mr. Van Dyke, Mr. Trues
dell, Mr. Fenner, Miss May and Miss Court
ney had the characters. The motion pic
tures that close the show are good. The
theater was comfortably filled and th
audience most appreciative.
New Train to aBoshool.
Via "The Northwestern Line."
Leaves Omaha 12:30 a. m., dally, arriving
at the reservation 7:30 a. m., with cosches
only. This In addition to 2 p. tn. dally train.
City offices, 1401-1403 Farnam street.
Silverware Frenser, 15th and Dodge Sta
Diamonds (of own Import), watches and
Jewelry at 20 per cent below price at A. H.
Hubermann's, southeast corner 13th and
Douglas. Pay no rent and buy for cash.
Fifth Firo Within Few Weeks.
NEW T9HK, July 16-The fifth fire with
in a few weeks in the American Cotton
Dock & Trust company's plant at Tomp
kinsvllle broke out today, from an un
known cause and destroyed the remaining
store house with Us contents of about 6,000
bales of cotton. The loss of 6HO.0OO will fall
on the company, ss the underwriters some
time ago cancelled all policies on cdtton
owing to the recent frequent fires.
NEW ENGLAND POINTS
' ' SOLD
DAILY IN JURE. JULY 18, AU9. I
AKD 22, SEPT. 5 AID 19
WABASH CITY OFFICE,
leoi Farnam BU,
HARRY B. MOORES, O. A. P. D
Waitaah R. R.
THAT HAPPY LOOK
ami 'appear If you use th proper rem,
die to clear your system of Impurltlon.
uai dr. wtaTMAL'a
SENNA LIVER PILLO
' THI 'ILL WITHOUT A PAIN
SHERMAN A McCONNELL DRUG CO.
S60 Poit Paid. 16th A Dodga 8t
C OaEiing S
Sumj. Onau)llu with the Pno "3L
description of principal Colorado points of in
terest and how .to reach them, also list of
hotels and boarding houses.
Very low rates all summer, if you can't ro with the Elks.
Let me tell you about them. A postal will do.
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D P. AH
1323 Farnam Street.
Can Dc Cured In 5 Days
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..,. . - , . Mmwr. i m. inn we nave . ennoenoe in our
ability to eur and that In taking our treatment It costs nothing for our sorr
lees unless we cure your Varicocele, your Hydrocele, your Hemorrhoids or any
disease that wa guarantee to euro. Our professional fees are reasonable aad not
mere than you will be pleased to pay to obtain our expert services. Personai
Interview at oar offices absolutely required before commencing treatment.
Several hours' or days' personal scientific treatment may add health and
years to your life.
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
AORTHWEtT CORNER 13TH AND FARNAM STS., OMAHA, RER.
SPECIAL TRAIN to DENVER
' Th Official Rout of
OMAHA D. P. O. ELKS
To Annual Grand Lodge Maatlng
Leaving Omaha Today at 4:00 P. M.
Arrive Denver Tomorrow at 7:50 P. M.
This train will be equipped with Pullman Palace Bleeping Cars, Pull
man Tourist Sleeping Care, Buffet, Smoking and Library Car,., .
Free Reclining Chair Cars and Dining Car Meal a la cart. ,
- ' Ticket on Sale Today Only at ..
. FOR THE ROUND TRIP
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1824 FARNAM STREET
'Phone Douglas 884.
$12.50 to St Paul or
Cat a opy of th "Guld
H. H. CHURCHILL, Censrtl Agant' v
jo j K arnam owrmwt.
July 10 to 16.
'Round trip from OMAHA to Den
ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo.
.Final return limit, August 20.
for ' copy of special folder,
containing full information.
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SUPtiK DISDABrs, Mir f ISTtJ.
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we invite you to oome to our thoroughly equipped
medical office. We will with pleasure eaplaln hew
wa cure dleeaaea of eur specialty. We are desir
ous of seeing obstinate and ohronlo oases that
hava been discharged snd disheartened. We will
oheerfullv explain and demonstrate to your satis
faction how we oan cure you quickly and perma
nently. A Free Diagnosing Consultation and Ex
amination we give to every man.
Certainty of Cure SbSaSr-S
disease. All our years of experience and offloa
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to on re Speolal Viaoaae or refund
MinneapolU and back via
ng of the Or eat
to Guide Book"-''
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