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THE .OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 17, 1007.
' ViTLllS DhPUItS BEIIJIER
. . , unci a i i jujum
w.tb. Union Vsa.
When Sickness Comes to tha
It Is the Mother Who Chiefly
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ntR DtMAKD GENUINE RtCOGMTlCN
oth Bid ( Catrvery Anticipate
Strike Unless Issa Cfta Be
Settled ay Arbitration
Tli street railway company has broken
tiromlM made three yeara ago br die-
crimlnatlng against man who Joined the
nirni and hae laid plana to break up the
nlon. A. V. Behmer, vice president Inter
atlonal Association of Street and Electric
v have breken no aareement. W never
tld the men w -would recognise the union,
but w ald wa would treat with union
men Individually. ( still adhere to thla
policy. We propose to standVby the open
hop ndjquar deal. G. W. Wattle,' vice
president Omaha Council Bluffs Street
Mr.Wattlee makes hie reply to the state
ment of Mr. Behmer. who addressed Cen
tral labor unioq Friday night.
Bessie a Lively Oa.
Last evening' session of Central Labor
union; was tho most lively had in many
t noons. The discussion started with a talk J
from A- L, Etehmer, vice president of trie
International Association Of Street and
Saectrle Railway Employe, who came to
Omaha. Sunday at the request of the local ,
street railway employes' union and to se
cure from tho Omaha Council Bluffs
Street Railway company a recognition of
the local onion. Following Mr. Behmer'a
talk Representative Ed Leeder threw a
eomb Into ths rarrh of the street car men
by asking; whether he would be permitted
to negotiate with tha street railway of
ficials for the union, promising that the
Vestibule bill now up for consideration
at uncoin would o withdrawn In con-
llteraftan of A wnvnltlnfi rt IK. ImbI
Explaining his position, Mr. Leader asld
ho had Secured assistance from tha street
railway official In his fight for the double
shift firemen bHl and In forcible tones
aald that If tho street rktlwyr employes
persisted In pushing tha vestibule bill and
his dembl shift bill should be defeated, he
wnnlld" V-v that defeat St the door of the
Street r..e-y men. '
In reply to Mr. Leeder, Mr. Behmer said
the street railway employee would not con
lent to withdraw the veatlbufe bill even
for recognition of tho local union.
! - Position ef Street Tar Mts.
Speaking of his mission In Omaha, Mr.
Behmer said: .
"The street railway company has broken
a promise made three years ago by dis
criminating against men who joined the
vnlon. The officials have even nAptnl
from ProsDectlve emnlnves nenmlses thev
ould not Join the union. The conditions
here should be remedied. All we ar ask-'
Ing Is recognition of the union. The street
railway offlclale have told the union men
that If they wanted to do business with
the street railway company they , would
hav to do It through the Omaha Bunlneas
Men's association but Mr. Wattles refused
to recognise ariy one from the union. We
are going to resort to every ' honorable
Means to gsln a recognition for the union
and we ask th co-operation of 1 or
ganised labor.' -
) "We . realise the seriousness of a strike,
and want . to avert It. Our national or
ganization has made a fine record for
arbitrations with street railway companies.
We are not hard to deal with."
, Committee to Help Oat.
Following a request from. Mr. Behmer,
the following committee was appointed to
work with the street car men In any way
deemed advisable) President C. A. Mc
Donald. A.'C. Kugol. Kd Miller. J. Martin
and John Polinn. The nest step will be an
effort to arrange for a conference with the
street rsllway officials for the committee.
he street railway swi do - not allege
at the company baa discriminated be-
ween union and . nonunion men in Its em
ploy. It Is set out, thtogh. that the Com
pany, in employing new- men. requires a
pledge that the employe will not join
the unlctr This, with the natural Iosm of
membership due to changes (n employment,
threatens tb - extinction of the union.
What the men ask most of all la the right
to proselyte among the new employ is.
Warm Mameat for Bal Dreder.
After Representative Leeorr made Uis
talk President McDonald of the unlcn re
minded Mr. Leeder that bo waa elected by
organized labor to work for ell measures
for the benefit of organised labor and
thcuH r-t Jay dewn on the vestibule bill
rrerely to make sure tf the double shift
ill. Mr- Leeder was much wrought up
vhen his suggestion ' of compromise with
Alio street rsllway company was nvt kintily
t:.ken. A. J. Donahoe snkl Mr. Leeder was
using 'poor policy to lay the possible de
feat ef the double shift bill at (he iSoor uf
the street oor men.
' The union accepted an Invitation to at
tend a meettrg to be held February 17 at
Patterson hull, under the auspices of the
Omaha socialists and on behalf of Charlea
Moyer and Wtlllnm Haywood of the West
ern Federation cf Miners. A resolution
condemning the Incarceration of these men
was adopted by the union The union w.U
attrml a meeting of the Child Labor league
at the Lyric theater Ttfsdsy evening, Feb
ruary li A vote of thanlrs wss extended
to all who went to Lincoln In aupport of
the child labor bill.
The union favored the , charter amend
ment providing that the city boiler In
aiertor be elective and that the incumbent
be a licensed engineer.
Send your orders to Kennard'GlSsi and
pulnt company for glaslng. ' Prompt serY-
)re. lHh and Dodge streets.
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A big car of new ranges just received. Nothing like
thera in OniaLal Greatest money-savers.
Require no blacking. Unique all-steel construction
dull.ebonv finish. See the new elevated ovea stylo.
PRICES $10 to 940
Milton Rogers Sons Co.
I4th and Farnam Sts.
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Pe-ru-na Should Be Kept In
Where There Are Little
Peruna should be kept in the house all
the time. Dont wait until the child Is
Sick, then send to a drug store. But.
have Peruna on hand accent no substi
tute. Children are especially, liable to' acut ;
catarrh. Indeed, nvt of the affections
of childhood are catarrh.
All forms of sore throat, quinsy, croup,
hoarseness, laryngitis,-etc., are'but dif
ferent phases of catarrh.
I'e-ru-na Contains N'o NarrotlcH.
One reason why Peruna has found per
manent, use In so many homes is that it
contains no narcotic of any kind. Peruna,
If taken according U printed directions,
is perfectly harmless. It- can be ' used
any length of time, without acquiring a
drug habit. It does not produce tempo
rary results, but It is permanent in Its
It has no bad effect upon the system.
and gradually eliminates catarrh by re
moving tha cause of catarrh.
TOPICS, l-OR DAT OF RES1
E:t. " Jn'ing F. Coawui of Conmrstiilr,
lni, Ccm;i to Cmrba.
PASTOR FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN
Episcopal Bishop of Eleven Stat m
Protest Agraiast Predominance of
'Military Peataret at Exposl-,
tlon at Jamestown.
In the election of Rev. Julius F. Schwart,
pastor of th First German Presbyterian
church at Connersvllle, lnd to tha vacant
pastorate of the First German Presbyterian
church, Kl? North Eighteenth street, a
pastor has been secured for th Omaha con
gregation wh comes with th highest
recommendations from his horn city and
who Jt Is believed, will prove a valuable
addition to the clergy of Omaha aa well as
an ardent worker for tha First church. He
will preach his first sermon at the churrh
Sunday, February t. but will not arrive
here much before that time on account of
bis pressing duties at Connersvillo. .'
Rev. Mr. Schwars waa called to the
pastorate made vacant last July by the
resignation of Rev. August lilnkleman and
accepted the position last October with the
understanding that he could remain at
Connersvllle until March 1. He had been
th pastor of th Connersvllle churoh for
the last six yeara and the rdembets of his
congregation and the community In general
were loath to hav him accept th Omaha
prist orate. Th charge at Connersvllle wa
hi Brat after graduating from a seminary
at Bt. Louie and soon after taking charge
th church Wa redodlcated and improve
ment coating $1,200 hiade at the Initiative
of Um new pastor. This Indebtedness has
been liquidated and many new members
secured under his administration.
In addition to his duties aa pastor at
Connersvllle Rev. Mr. Schwars was sec
ret ry of the Ministers' association, inter
preter fur tb Connerarli) Blower company
and a wrttor for the local press.' '
Rev. Mr.. Echwarc has been highly" hon
ored in the councils of his church in the
state of Indiana. He has been chairman
and treasurer of home missions in the
White Water presbytery and was honored
by the preebyttry to th chair of moderator
aad commlasioner to the last general as
sembly and was appointed a special oom'-
' 'v- N A l-i , -h: v
Mrs:r. Brockmsn, 813 Meade, street, Afpleton, Wis., writes:
l have never bad a return of the catarrh, which bad made me to mis
erable and unhappy before I began taking Peruna
would not be without It In the bouse, now.
"I have a baby boy, i wo years old, to whom, I ghre Peruna tor a cold,
and my husband also takes Peruna.
"I thank you and with you well." Mrs, P. Brockman.
So Doctor Jtequlrrfl.
Mr. Edward Otto, 917 De Soto atreot,
St. Paul, Minn., writes:
"I cannot say enough for Peruna, It
has done great work In my family,' es
pecially for my' oldest boy. We hud
doctored with hree or four different doc
tors and they did not seem to do him
"We gave up hopes of cure, and so did
they, but we pulled him ' through on
"w bad several doctor aad tkey said
they could do no more for him, so w
triad Peruna as a last resort, and that
did th work. Sine tkea w ksep'lt la
th boos all th time, aad no doctor is
required." Zdwaia Otto.
There are a multitude ot homes where
Peruna has been used off and on for
Such a thing eould not be possible If
Peruna contained any narcotics.
miesloner to adjust certain difficulties in the
presbytery; he was made the chairman of
the committee on "Separate Preabyterlee"
of the German ministers ot the west, and
was honored by the last named body as
Its delegate to the eastern German conven
tion In Newark. N. J.
. A peculiar lnoldent In his announcing to
the members of his churoh his decision to
accept the call at Omaha waa that within
a. few mloutes after arriving at th de
cision, the son of Rev. Mr. Schwars left
the house and. In pulling' the door. Jarred
the plate bearing the minister's name from
the door. The plat had -practically com
pleted its service in Connersvllle and ap
peared ready to move to its next place
Episcopal bishops - of the dioceses ot
eleven states. Including Rev. Arthur L.
Will-ams, bishop pf the diocese of Ne
braska, have issued a circular letter pro
testing against the. predominance of th
military features of 'the Ter-Centennlal e
position to be held 'this year at James
town, Va, It Is intimated in the letter
that the military features of the expo
sition will overshadow those of a differ
ent nature' and that the former were not
advertised with such great prominence
when the plana were first 'projected and
requests for a,!d solicited.
The triennial meeting of the general con
tention of ths Protestant Episcopal church
will be held at Jamestown during the
progress of th exposition and th primacy
of th military and naval displays Is
thought to make the preaent plan of the
exposition discordant with the character
of the religious and civic celebrations to
,An?:::!-'ent-:n,"lr, 7h "unmade tl men atrong'. In the trith he
.-a v.i-iicaij ii9.li , ur i lit? KiJy OT int?
Reformation." is be given February !i
and IS at th Auditorium, under tho
auspices of the Kountse Memorial church.
The entertainment was orfftnated by Mrs.
II. K. Monroe, a Celebrated lecturer of
Washington. D. C. who spent three year
of research In the art galleries and mu
seums of Germany and the continent and
has collected a large assortment of cos
tume contemporaneous with the period of
Msrtin Luther's greatest ascondancy In
Eu rope. J
The beet mualcol talent-of the vlalnity
hss been obtained for a large chorus, un
der the direction o Ben Stanley orranlst
and musical director at Trinity cathedral.
Th cast, will be Instructed by Miss p.
Ethel Brown, who has assisted In th.
p reparation of tha entertainment for the
last ten yeara. (
Rev. T. C. miff, secretary of the' Home
Missionary and Church Fvteneion socletv
of the MethMlst Epstcopal church for this
district, will make Ms headquarters In
Omsba and I expected to arrive In rmaha
with hia family within the next few weeks.
The board of governors of the socletv de
cided that Omnha was advantageously situ-
ated for maintaining the office of the secre
tary, but tt Is believed the action formally
orderlnj the removal of the office to tlU
city waa at the request Ot ' Rev. Illlff
Omaha Methodists are considerably esi ted
over the actio of. Rev. Illiff in st lectins
Omaha for his tfficlal reeMenoo and he will
be tendered a most hearty reception an
welcome upon his arrival.
- Rev. Johp Albert Williams Is preaching
two serk-i of sermons at the Church of St..
Philip the Deacoa, Twenty-Arst street near
Paul, on the Sunday during Lent Th-.
morning eerlea I on "Simon peter, a Serv
ant and an Apostle of Jesus Christ," or "A
Representative Case of Oar laird's Dealing
With Men, The afternoon aeries la on
-Some 'Excepts' of Christ." and will em
brace these topics, respectively : " '
Kxrvpt Y Repent Repentaei-a.
Except T lie Cuavarul'aversion.
Except a Man Be boru Again Regenera
tion. Except Y Abide m MeAbMlution.
Except Y Eat th nesa ot th Son of
Mrs. Ben Stanley will sing aa offertory
solo at th o'clock service at tb Church
The Renefit Which the Children1 of the
United States Have Ileceived from
Pe-ru-na Can Never Be I'ut
The chronic aliments It has prevented,
the suffering it has mitigated, will never
be fnlly recorded. '
But at least this much can be said that
the coming generation owes a great debt
to Peruna. for it la In- the tender years
of youth that slight ailments are liable?
I to develop Into lasting dlsenre, thus
blasting the whole career of the indi
vidual The mothers who.are bringing up their
children today to believe In Peruna are
speaking from their experience.'
These children brought up to believe In
Peruna from the start, mill, when they
oecome neaus or families themselves, use.
Peruna with unquestioning faith.
Philip the Deacon, Sunday after-
A Apectal aeries of evangelistic service
will begin Sunday evening at Trinity Meth
odlst r Episcopal church, Twenty-first . and
Binnry streets. In which the pastor. Rev. J.
ft Smith, will b asMisted by Kev. J. CaUee
of Kansas City, who recently c inducted
a aeries of highly Successful meetings
the Hanscom Park Methodist church. Mrs.
Calfee will assist also, by taking charge
of the music at the services, whicli, will
continue for a week- or ten days. Rev. J.
H. Smith will pi each th morning sermon
at Trinity churoh.
Music at th Kouatae Memorial church;
first Sunday in Lent:
Anthem Come L'nto Me Burleigh
Mis Amanda Teboma.
The Penitent Va ode water
Male Quartet Praying For Yeu Parks
Tne l'aipora quartet.
Duet-Glory to Thee My God This Night .
. Miss Frances and Mr. Alvord.
Solo But the. Lord is Mindful of His
Own .t Meudelssohn
Bunday evening at the Central United
Presbyterian church. Twenty-fourth and
Dodge streets. Dr. McBrlde begins a series
of Sunday evening' lectures on. "Great Re
formers and Their Doctrines." Dr. Mc
Brlde' declares himself most pronouncedly
opposed to thepu'pit turning aside from
the preaching of the gospel to dabble in
, mera literature, philosophy, history or loI-
itics, apart from th gospel, but holds that
! l.H.fn rJUJ truths bh.n m . . A I . . .
aserta he finds the secret of the man and
holds that th power of truth Is not ex
hausted, but la yet able to work wonders
L Most Valuable Aget.
The glycerine employed in Dr, Tleree'i
medicines greatly enhances the mcdicinaJ
properties which it extracts from native
medicinal roots und holds In solution
much better than alcuhol would. It olfo
possesses medicinal properties ol Its own,
being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic m.:d antiforment, I adds
greatly to the efficacy of the I'.lack Cherry-'
bark, Blood root, lioldcn Seal root, Storia
root and Queen's root, contained In
Golden Vodical Discovery" in subduing
chronic, or linfering coughs, bronchial,
throat and long affections, for all of which .
these ajeota are recommended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all cases w here there U a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stotr ftfTi, as in tho .early Cages of core
ixmrftiin. thero can bo no doubt t!iat gly
cerine act as. a viiuac: nutritive ana
aids the Golden Seal root. Stono root.
" fi'H mint vurirjUBIK la
r oigestioL ana building up the
strength, controlling the cough '
Z aooui a iieanny conullion
Ie synem. Of course, it rit'
.'cied to work n.lraclc. It .!1
of the w
not be e
nu rapt ion except In its earlier
t Wl": f'irw ViV wwn r.Mtl.
I t ri" i
l.i':ni-. It a cut CoULi
UUiioiaot'iiccuta.' irtoin the lingering
nang-on coughs, or thosoof long standing,
even when accompanied by bleeding from
lungs, that it ha performed iu tnott
iTof . rlnicy Ellint-Tond, M. D.', ef Den
nett Med. Cuiiege, Chicago, tuj ot gly
In drspepslk It serves an excellent purpuaa,
Holding a tiil quantity of tne peroxide of
hydrvt'en in solution, it is one of the Int
manufactured products of Ui" prewnt time in
ll action spun enfeebled. dUordercd sto:n
an hs, ouncially if there is ulceration or ra-taj-rhsl
irlil (catarrhal innanin.aiitn of
HoDiSchl. u i a nnt efi'ieni preparatioo,
Clrcerine will relieve nianj cuet u pyrusia
(aetrtbuml and excebive gasinc Ulun.ach)
u(4n Medical rHscovery enrtrbe and
auntie the bloud curing t.Ul.'li. i. id. pita,
erupiiona, acruf ulotu swelluigs aiul old sore,
bend to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo,
lo fnaebuvUel tellttic all about tin astiva
Btedlc aal nua eouipueln' this aonOttital
MKlioia. Ihcr la aw li3iul la it.
A Child's Life Raved.
Mr. a H. Farmer, New Martinsville.
W. Va, writes: ' 1
"Our little son, Harry. Is well ani
healthy now and we think If we do -ns
ypu directed us, he will keep his health
and grow strong.
"We know that ear little son's life was
saved by your wonderful medicine, re
runs, and we shall always praise Parana
and os it in oar family when needed.
"PhouTd we have any more catarrhal
I trouble in our family, we ahall always
write to you for treatment.
Mr. W. F. Dortng, Mr. Vernon. Mo,
"I have used Peruna to my entire sat
isfaction and am exceedingly well pleased
with the results, having suffered greatly
with catarrh of th stomach." .
In' other men If they will but aocept It.
Rev. McBrlde professes to believe : that
great reformers cannot be understood apart
from the great truth or doctrine of which
each In turn becomes the special champion.
The first of the new series of vesper
Caoral services at St. Mary' Avenue Con
gregational church will be given Sunday
afternoon at 4:30. The erles is entitled,
"Every-day Maxims," and the subject for
Sunday lay -The Rest Cure." The subject
is treated with great care musically,' In
harmony with the short address' by Rev.
L. O. Balrd. The program la:
The Chimes Westminster chime and
tune "Bt. 1'hllip."
Organ Prelude Meditation
Processions I-Weary of Earth Lan'gran
Choral Ui.sikhivii- Ancient ,
The Canticle Magnificat Smart
Special Offertory Hymn Come lnto Me
.... John Hullah
Bung : the choir, without accompaniment.
The Anthem Come l'nto Me HaUon
Recewlonal-Hark! Hark! My Soul..
Thomas' ' Kelly." " director." " " " " '' " 8mart
The First Methodist Episcopal church at
University Place is reputed to have one
of the largest. If not the largest; Sunday
schools in the state. The city of University
Place' was recently divided Into twenty
districts and one or two energetic workers
selected to make frequent house-to-house
visits, recording, the results of their visits
on prit.ted blunks for future statistical pur
poses. , -
By theseand similar methods tb mem
be r hip of tie main Sunday school has been
Increatod to 690; the Horn department of
the sccTol to 13 and the Cradle Roil to
105. Ynra the foregoing figures It hi seen
that the tMal membership of the Sunday
4hooL adult and infant, la 31; a number
hardly to be equalled in any other city In
Music at the First Congregational church,
Nineteenth and Davenport streets:
rreiuae in tne Merniiig , Grieg
Anthem The Hcavejis are Telling. ...Hayoa
Trio and chorus.
tjrrertory bona without words. Mendelseohn
n ill l-i 1 1 i p alio E y es ;
PosUud In E.
Anthem Hearken t'nto tie..
Qua net Lad me. Lord
u.uuv , ituijmii'i
Martin W. Bush, organist; Ira B. Peuni'
mibii, uii rviur.
The revival meetings at ' th Hanscom
Park Methodist church held during th
past two wteks will close Bunday morning
with a sermon by Dr. Calfee of Kansas
City, who has bee assisting the pa"tor
of the church,v Rev. Clyde Clsy Ciss-ll,
In this special wcrk. Much Interest has
been created In this wcrk: mary In the
community have been stimulated to mor
active Christian life, and there have b?en
a number of thorough conveniens. Sun
day evening Dr. Calfee will epeak st the
Tiin-ty Methodist chuYch and the utl
service in the Hanscom Park church .will
be set aside that the congregation may
unit with the Trinity people.
Music at the Firrt Methodist church:
' Prelude FnriP Sonij. .t. ...... .Mendelssohn
mirit-iii i r i.-uariei and tfioru 1 't
In Your IJrads Colrdie Tiylrr
rf ertory-Ireyer In E cat Orr.ven
Qurtet-It Is High Tim to Awk
Out uf Sleep Trtir
Mrs. J.-nnl&on. Mrs Am'emon n4 vix-a-a
. . Grt n nd K-at. ' I
Prelude Andacte In C Bllaa
Chrrue-Let All Creation Praise "the
Wua't. t Lead l a. Our Father, Leal
- ' Piilllrpn
Mrs. Anna IV Ardrews. nrsanist; Lt Q.
At th Calvary Baptist church. Twenty,
fifth and Hamilton streets, on Sunday
morning, Mis Florence DeOraff will ale
by request "My Redeemer." by Pulley
Bjck, which she rendered last Sunday
(light. The Men'' Baraca class will have
a service la the evening, under ' their
Mrs. J. C Sterling. HI Brown
Avenue, Norfolk, Va.. writ:
"My little boy. Meredith, suf
fered with Indigestion so badly
he could not eat anything with
out It making him very sick, so
"I thought (s many others
have that I Would try Peruna,
and It worked like a charm. .
"Wow ho eats anything? k
wish, aad t would not be with,
oat it for anything.
"My other little boy, Alfred,
two and a half yeara old. has
taken It and received as much
benefit from Peruna as hU
"I hop aay testimonial au
ha of some benefit to others, a S feel as
though t cannot praise it enough." Mrs.
. O. tarUar.
Mr. Howard Andrew Sterner, 414 Canal
street. Reading, Pa writes:
"I have Perurkv in my house all the
time and won t be without It. It i good
for children 'when they take a cold or
croup. It cured my baby boy of croup.
- "I have introduced Peruna Into six fam
ilies sine I received your hut letter, and
four have, seen relief already."
Howard Andrew Sterner.
I'e-ru-na Protects the Entire
As SMon as th value of Peruna I ap
preciated, by every household, both as a
preventive and remedy, many Uvea im
be saved and thousands of chronic Hngvr-
ing cases of catarrh may be prevented,
auspices, at which time the pastor will,!
give an address on "Bacabone." A special
program of muslo Will be aiveix Miss
Elisabeth Hamllng wiU be the soloist. Rev.
W. A. guale of Chicago will give his great
lecture on Shakespeare's "Tragedy of
Greatness" March IS at thla churoh.
Muslo at First Baptist eharch, under th
direction of Mis Margaret Boulter, or
. . MORNING, 101
Anthem The Soft Sabbath Calm'."..'.....
Barn by Shelley
Organ Offertory Barne
ooio in Mnety and Nine Camploa
Mr. L. T. Sunderland.
Poatlude t Buck
- EVENING. 7:0. ,
Prelude a....'.; Buck
Anthem The Radiant Morn Hsa Passed
Organ Offertory.. ..L. ...Lemare
ADtnem Koea or Ages Buck
Post lude. . Lemalgre
Mrs. L. T. Sunderland, soprano; Miss
Alice Fawcett. contralto; John MoCreary.
tenor; G. W. Manchester, baaa.
Following the custom of previous, years
during the Lenten season, members of
Omaha .council. Knights of Columbus, ar
arranging to attend a aeriea of vesper
services in the Catholic churches of Omaha
and South Omaha. Th flrst Service will
be held at St. Phllomena cathedral. Ninth
and Harney streets. Bunday evening, be
ginning at T:5. Members and their fam
lliea will meet In the adjoining school hall
at T:30 and march to the church. ''Rev.
J. W. Stetvonv ehaplaln of th council,
will conduct the aervice. Other date ar
ranged are at St. Jphn'a Sunday, March I,
and at St. Patrick Sunday, Mafch li.
Y. W. C. A. Hot. '
The Sunday afternoon gospel meeting at
4. will b led by Rev. Newmaa Hall Bur
diik. Mr. Vera Allen wUI sing. All
women are cordially Invited.
The reading reetaj given by Mlsa Ulllin
Fitch In :;.e assembly room of the Ynunt
Women's Christuui association Monday
evening was Well attended and proved tm
of the mint enjoyable event of the season
Miss Fitch delighted her . audleno with
every reading aod the vpcal solo given
bv Miss Alice Hates were grestly en'oveil.
The evening wss certainly a rare tiaat' for
Letlcrs Wrlltea by a Bride to iter Best Girl Friend
? Dearest Nellie: , '
a Tour charming" letter bag been the eubject of many Interesting
H confereneea. John, like the dear he U, insisted that you meat come
dlect from your aunt'a and realize to the fullest extent the con-
venlencee of our Utile home, from cooking range to gas grate, We!i-
bach llghta and all but. alaa, 'Tate ateaJa along with silent tread,"
and I'm simply torn with emotion. Just ee we get cWortably settled
p in our little home alone; gtalka Fate aad tn the gulee of "buMness" de-
crees that John shall ble him to the coast at once on a matter of much
Importance,- where hl stay will be Indefinite several weeks, at least.
Of course, I ahall accompany him. Nellie, dear, it is oedles te eay I
have had a good long cry over the disappointment of not so ing yea
before we leave but we shall almply lock up our home and on our re
turn, mArk you well, young miss, you must be the ery first ';uest ot
honor." Teare will come when I think we must surrender our dear .
little home for a email, stuffy hotel room. Just think, we must give
up, possibly for months, our jfretty. gas grate, before which we hare
spent so many pleasant evenings; our beautiful den. of which we were
so proud with Its little gas heater and cute colored lights; our gas
range, with all it convenience, and even my waffle irons, to say noth
ing of the beautiful Welsbach inverted lights which have just been
put in. Oh. It's simply swful. We are so busy getting ready -for we
start at ence that I cannot write wore now. but, girlie. I'll write Just
the first chance I get and tell you where to addrttfs me. Tearfully and
lovingly yours. ANNIE. '
P. S. Before leaving I'm going to order the Cas Company to sd
to your home address one ot those lovely aad iron holders, with mhlch
you can heat as many aa four irons at one time over one jet. I know
you will be pleased with It when you get bsk-k home.
She suffers even more than the chili
who happens to be Sick.
Her sympathy Is deeper than that of
any other member of the family.
The mother looks forward with drea-t
to the torrid heat of summer, thinking of
her children and the many liabilities t
disease thst are before them.
Ppring and summer are sure to bring
ailments, especially among the little folk.
It doe not take a mother very long to
discover that Peruna I th best friend
she has in ttfh f Illness lumong the chil
dren. ,. ... . ,
A Multitude of Mnthra
Have discovered that peruna is thslr
stand-by, and that In many of the ail
menta of spring and summer to which
the children are subjected, Peruna la th
remedy that will generally aulckly relieve.
.Whether It is spring fever or stotnan-h
derangement. ' whether H la Indigent'"
or bowel disease, a catarrhal congeatlon
of th mucous surfaces is the cause.
Peruna quickly relieves this condition
Of the tn ire one membranes. Its operation
Is prompt, the children do not dielike to
take th medicine, it has no deleterious
veffects In any part of the body.
It simply removes the cause of th die
s green Me symptom and restores th
Peruna Is a household remedy for all
catarrhal ailments of. winter and sum
mer, acute or chronic.
The mothers all wver the United Btate
are the best friends that Peruna has.
Mr. C. Haltock, Antwerp. Ohio, avrtteil
"My daughter Allla.' after taking three
bottle cf your Peruna, la entirely cured
of catarrh of the head of two yeara tend
ing. W have used Peruna as a general
tonic as well aa for catarrh ami are well
pleased with It and recommend It to. any
body, who hat catarrh."
The Mother Hold I'e-ru-na In High
not only because It .has cured them el
'their v&rloua ailments, but because it
promptly rescues the children fr,m th
thrpea and grasp of catarrhal dleeasea.
We have in our file many testimonial
from, mothers whose children bar been
cured by Peruna, However, th larg ma
jority of mothers who us Peruna, w
never hear from.
But we do bear from a great number
of mothers who are so vrJoyed at soma
special good they hav received from Pe
runa that they cannot restrain their n
j thustaam. They are anxious to
thea benefits with other mothers.
BOILER EXPLODES AT SEA
. . ..
Seven Perspni Hilled on Steamer ValdirU
i bj Iceldent "
VESSEl'S DECK RIPPED OPtN BY EXPLOSION '
Meat Wh Dl tho BhlB Ar
Barlea at After Bdle
Are teseaed with
NEW TORK, Feb.' 11 Bev men were
killed, three men were- Injured and con
siderable damage was sustained by the
vessel by an explosion on board th Ger
man steamer Valdlvla at sea last Wednes
day. Th accident wa reported when th
steamer arrived her today.
Th donkey engine boiler exploded on
Wednesday, throwing th t earner's funnel
over and ripping openV the -upper deck.
The seven deed were killed Instantly.
The escaping steam from the burst ed
boiler enveloped tha steamer, creatine
cene of grrst confusion.
The names of the dead are: ,
FOURTH ENGINEER J. 8TEINHAQEN
cf Hohoken. N. J.
FIREMAN A. lEIDOK. Cflnred.
COAL PASSER W. H. H ANNA.
COAL, PASSER J. SAVENBKI.
siir w. rFTTnior.
STEWARD WILLIAM SIMMONS,
The chief officer, who was on duty on tb
bridge, wh burled in the debris when
found. He stated when 'the explosion oc
curred everything appeared lo fall nverj the
bridge onto the deck and the Superstruc
ture above the decks waa torn open. All
th tlfeboat were dnmaged, on so smashed
that It was thrown overboard The amoke-'
stack fell' down to the deck, but waa a.'
cured. All of the Inner structure abaft
of the bridge were completely torn out.
When the explosion occurred the steamer
stopped and everybody rushed to tn rescu
of the Injured. The dead were o mangled
that It wa with difficulty that th bod lea
were secured. Triey were burled at, sea.
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