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THE OAfAIIA SUNDAY BEE: MAECIT 1007.
TOPICS OF THE DAT OF REST
'in Faring Trinrtphint Ot Death.
Ihfm of Few and Fulpit.
Raster joys elaborately expressed
Cbarebes, Apostolle aad Evangelical,
Obirrt This Great Fcatltal
Bo Dear the Chrla
It Is evident from th announcement of
(ha different churches In all denomination
that unusual effort has been devoted by the
pastors and musician In providing; lm
pressivo and appropriate material In their
services for Easter Sunday, and by the di
rectors of music, not only tn the same di
rection, but also to make their offerings
as well rendered pa possible. The result la
a choice collection of programs In every
Jart of the city from which to choose for
During the week the usual holy periods
tiave been generally rectgnlxed and com-
fnunion services have been held In nearly
sUl churches without regard to creed. And
(tow the Lenten period and Holy week crul
Sninat In the greatest day of religious joy.
At tie First Methodist church. Mount
Calvary comma n clary. Knights .Templar, In
full uniform, will occupy special seats at
the Easter services, which will be elaborate
and partially adapted to the character of
his order. i
ORDER OF MORNINO OBSERVANCE.
Organ Prelude March of the Crusaders.
Invocation Choral Nlcaea (without the
Kkixolngy (All standing), followed by
he Anthem IJft Up Your Heads
Mrs. Jennlflon, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Green,
Mr. Kratx and Chorus.
Jlymn No. 101, "'Rise. Glorious Con
queror" ........ - .....Bridges-Mason
"The Apostles' Creed
' frayer by the Pastor
Closing with the Lord's prayer. In which
11 shall Join. '
Bole Immortality Sheppherd
Mrs. J. H. Jopnlson.
Gloria la Excelsls
'Choir and Congregation.
SorlptuVe Lesson John 20:24-31. .Minister
Jlymn No 684. "I Would Not Live Al
way" ...A Muhlenberg
5"he Sermon The Immortality of the 8oul
fcv Eminent Sir Frank LaKayette Loveland,
Past Grand Prelate Grand Oommandery
of Iowa; Pastor First Methodist Episcopal
. Church Omaha.
The Offertory O Salutarls Hostla.. Gounod
The Anthem The Resurrection Bhelley
IWlth Obllgato Bolo for Soprano, with Quar
tet and Chorus,
ffhe Doxology and Apostolic Benediction.
Tostlude Easter March Wely
ORDER OF EVENING OBSERVANCE.
. 7:30 O'clock.
Organ Recital with Prelude Festal
Jlymn-No. 644, "I Love to Tell the
rrayer by the Pastor
Kt m rhHat Hur PflMnVftf '....BUCK
tAnthem with Solos for Tenor, Soprano and
Hr. Green. Mrs. Bturdevant. Mr. Krati and
Jtesponsive Lsson-13th Sunday Even
Cffertory Romance .Tours
Colo In the Night My Bong Shall Be of
JJ jy ,,.,,... BUCK
IFrom Cantata',' ""The Triumph of David.")
Mrs. J. M. Bturdevant.
JTymn No. 489. "He Lesdeth Me.. Bradbury
The Bermon The Becond Violin
Chorus Spirit Immortal, from Verdi
(Anthem with Obllrato Solos for Soprano
. and Baritone.)
' Mrs. Jennlson, Mr. Kratx and Chorus.
Jostlude In D minor....
x Muslo at Hanscom Park Methodist Epis
copal church: '
Organ Easter Morning j.Malling
Organ Now Christ the Lord la Risen
Todav Sixteenth Century)
Carol 6 Bell In the Steeple.. Homer Norrla
Chorus In Unison.
Bolo Angela Roll the Rock Away..Hawley
Anthem The Resurrection Shelley
Mrs. Philleo. Quartet and Chorus.
Organ Hallelujah Chorus Handel
Organ Easter Offertory Lovet
Anthem Come, See tne Place Where
Jesus Lsy Avery
Miss Gertrude Ellsworth and Chorus.
Anthem Bolo O Slarht that Breaks
from Yonder Tomb ....Dressier
Carol Rejoice, the Lord Is King. ..Dressier
Chorus In Unison.
DrgajvMagnlAcnt.. , Claussmann
Rev. Peter Munsen, pastor of the Swed
ish Methodist Episcopal church. Nineteenth
and Burt streets, returned from Lincoln
Friday and apoke the Good Friday aervlca
at the church In the evening, lie waa ab
sent three weeks at the Lincoln sanitarium
receiving treatment for solatia rheuma
tlem. 1 - ; -
Following la the muslo at the Hanscom
Park Methodist church:
Organ Easter Morning Mailing
"Now Christ Our Lord la Risen
Carol O Bells In the Steeple
Chorus In Unison..
OfTertorv Orstin -
fcolo Angels Roll the Rock Away...Hawley
Anthem The Resurrection Shelly
Mrs. Rhllleo. quartet and chorus.
Orran Halleluiah Chorus, tiom ' M'-S'
slab." ; Handel
Organ Easter Oftertolre Soret
Anthem Come bee the Place Where
Jesus Lay Avey
1 Miss Gertrude Ellsworth and chorus.
Off ertury Organ
Anthem O bight That Breaks From
Yonder Tomb JDrossler
Mr. Haselton and chorus.
Carol Rejoice, the Lord Is King.. Dressier
Organ Magnificat Claussmann
The following program will be given at
H.15 by the Sunday school:
8ong He Llftod Me (No. )
Prayer By the pastor
cWrtpture Reading, Respousively Mat
thew, chapter 2S
.asirr ORvrtng for Foreign Missions. i.
2ioitatlon The Glad Awakening ,
JTlmary Song Little Hearts With Glad
Dialogue Banners of Easter...
Jtvaoitdlin Waring, Marion Adutna.
Kllsbeih Benedict. Joe Mailer,
Recitation A Bileni Message
Dialogue Gifts tnat Etitter Brings
Helen bell, Orpha. Pumphrey, Jul
Jacksun, Dorotr.y Ililggs, EliiabeU)
bturtevaut, Carrie KeiltfWlck.
Primary boii-V Know
sieollauon Sweet Vlolats
Jrfarparet Shelly and Marie Pumphrey.
Recitation Footsteps of tiprlng
Dialogue Easter Hours
Marjort Korean, Odessa Peak,
Durotny Thorne, Jacie Allan.
Recitation Li' tie be1s
Recitation The uar Bcret
T Bruce EUtrege.
Slecltatlon If I Could Be a Big Church
Clifford Btuhn. .
Dialogue Linked to the Cross
Mildred Todd, Ethel Uh, O.-orla
Carey, Marlon tilaples. Msrgaret
Weyeririan, Salome Abbott, Mildred
Bell, Ruth Bysrs.
Closing Soug and Benedlctlun
Th Redemption." a sacred trilogy,
With original words and music by Charles
Gounod, will be piesautad by Hi chulr
cti TrUiity Methodist chuicb, cornar To.-
ty-flrat and Blnney, Easter Sunday even
ing at 7:30 under direction of Mr. Walter
B. Graham, choirmaster. The choir will
be assisted by a chorus representing the
O'lestlal choir and will Include some of
Omaha's best !""wn soloists. In addition
to this will be a choir of young ladies
from the Sunday achool. Sololats will be:
Mra. W. J. Hammlll. Mrs. J. R. Smith.
Misa Lela Gallaway and Miss Elisabeth
Cestui, sopranos; Miss Mabel Leachoy,
contralto; Mr. A. T. Gallaway, tenor; Mr.
W. B. Graham, baritone, and Mrs. R. G.
Watson, bass. Miss Ella May Fatton. or
ganist. The program follows:
The Creation Organ Bolo. ...........
Tenor and baritone narratives.
The Promise of Redemption
The Celestial Choir.
March to Calvary Organ Solo........
The Reproaches Quartet
Mrs. Hammlll, Miss Leaehey, Messrs. Gal
laway and Graham.
Mary at the Cross Soprano Bolo
Choral While Her Watch She Is Keep
The Celestial Choir.
The Death of Jesus
The Earthquake and the Centurion...
Chorn 1 For Us Christ is Made a Vic
Chorus Savior of Men...
The Holy Women at the Sepulchre....
Soprano Solo and Chorus From Thy
Love as a Father
The Ascension Unfold Te Portals....
PART III. ,
Chorus Lovely Appear. .. ............ '
Organ Solo The Apostles In Prayer..
Soprano Solo Go Ye Forth on Your
Hymn ot the Apostles The Word la
The Hanscom Park Methodist Church Ep
worth league has planned a unique service
of song and special music for Easter Sun
day evening at 8 o'clock. Following is the
program as announced:
Introductory Song n et Tell Me the
Storv of Jesus
Miss Pickett and Mrs. Goldner.
His Advent Joy to the World
Duet Luther's Cradle Hynm
Margaret Shelly and Marie Pumphrey,
Bolo Dear Little Stranger
Duet His Manhood The Man of Galilee
Misses Jensen and Babbit.
Ills Temptation With Joy Wa Meditate
BoI His Triumphal Entry Jerusalem..
Hla Agony 'Tls Midnight
Solo His Crucifixion There Is a. Green
Hill Far Away
Solo Hla Resurrection Christ Arose....
Mr. Gilbert Balnea.
Solo Merrily the Easier Bells
Hla Ascension Rise, Glorious Conqueror
Closing Song O Worship the King
Easter services at St. John'a African
Methodist Episcopal church. Eighteenth
and Webster: I
Gloria Fatri Parks
Choir and Congregation.
Anthem Awake. Ye Saints Bchnerk
IHesponsive service .
cnoir ana vongregation.
Anthem Hosanna Granler
Mrs. vvngnt. aoio.
Bermon Rev, J. W. Wilson
Chant Lord' Prayer , Parka
Gloria Patrl Parka
cnoir ana congregation.
Hymn ., i
Choir and Congregation.
John A. Hardy.
Anthem Death'a Conqueror Parka
Mrs. H. W. Black.
Quartet Christ, the Lord, Is Risen To
Airs. j. in. uooaer, miss Alice WU.
Hams. J. C. Parker. John A. Hardv.
Little Josle Henderson.
Contralto Solo There Is a Green Hill
Far Away Alexander
Airs. Cecelia w. Jewell.
Paper A. B. Burrla
Anthem Go ye, Therefore, and Teach
Double Quartet and Chorus,
Scripture Kesdlng Christ In Heaven
Rev. Mr. Stewart.
Anthem Sanctus Gounod
M. , . M . v
The Epworth league of the Hanscom Park
Methodlat church will begin Easter Sunday
with an Easter morning prayer meeting at
7:30. Invltationa have been sent to th
young people's societies of th other
churches In the Hanscom park group and
to the Epworth league chapter of th city.
Mra. J. M. Bturdevant will sing "I Know
That My Redeemer Llveth" and there will
be other attractive feature. Th meeting
will be led by Mr. Claud Peak and Mr.
Th paator of th First Methodist church
announcea a series of Sunday night aer-
mona. to be delivered each Hundsv nlzht. on
Twentieth Century Probleme," for modern
tnrnuannj ana civilisation to solve.
Anrll T. 7:0 rv m"The Problem of Pes -
tertty:" The sins of the fathers visited
upon their children; the taint of the blood;
the dobt of th rhnrch sr.il th riti- to tha
i r.rii 11 t -so n m "Tii. i.nKim nt
Childhood:" Addressee by Judge Kennedy
ana Judge Button; revelations or the juven-
Ue court; responsibility of home, church
inn i.Tk. t) wi
Brotherhood:" Am I my brother a keeper!;
have I not a rtuht to An what I will with
?" 'v -. -1. WLl0 w?at.f.w LTl1,"
,ih. ku. .k,. . kk
and state. "K"'TO' " "
A r,-t 4Q T Vl M orV,-. o.nkl.m I.
tables; the Influence of good or bad litera-
ture; tales told by our public libraries; the
. . . ue . 'v ' u n . t, ,,u yc, m uii , . i
relation of Dulnlt and nress to civilisation.
Mir 6. 8 n m -"The Problem In 'Black:' "
The souls of black folks; th church and
the MM rvrhlMm- Am.rlrl'. mloua) ta.k :
the menace of Dixon and Tillman
aimw u, s p. nil Anniversary or tp-
worth l-ai.-" tl,-ll nmrum M h. . n.
no u need.
. . .
Preceding each evening sermon ten min
utes will be given to answering questions
on the above problems that may be sent
up from the congregation.
Th Westminster Presbyterian has been
having servlcea every evening this week.
Th Easter servloe will be conducted by
Rev. W. S. Fulton, D. D., of Pittsburg.
Dr. Fulton recently resigned from on of
the prominent pulpits of Pittsburg and la
invited here In the hope that he will be
come the successor ot Dr. Moore, who
recently removed from Westminster to be
come a theological professor In a seminary
Music at the First Methodist:
Prelude March ot the Crusader Gade
Anthem (Solo. Uuartet and Chorus
Lift Up Your Heads. ...Coleridge-Taylor
Mrs. jennlson, mis Anaersoo, Mr.
Green. Mr. Krats and choir.
Offertory till Salutarls Hostla Gounod
Anthem (with Obltxato Solo for Soprano)
The Rtrsmirrectlon Shelley
Uuartet and choir.
folo Immortality Shepherd
Mrs. J. H. Jennlson.
Postlude Easter March Merkel
nthem (with Solo for Soprano and
Tenor) Christ Our Passover Buck
Mrs. J. M. Bturdevant, Mr. Fred Green
Offertory Roma ne Tour
Anthem (with obllgato S'rtoa for So
prano and Baritone and luo for So
prano and 1 tour) to pirn jiniuonul.
Mr. Jennlson, Mr. Green, Mr. Krati
Solo In the Night My Song Shall Be
or Him, from "imvid s Trumpn ..wuca
Mrs. 1. M. Bturdevan.
Postlude In D minor Foerster
Mrs. . Anna 14. Andrews, organist; Mr.
Lee G Krats. director of music.
Musto at Westminister Presbyterian:
Trelude Spring Song Mendelssohn
Male Quartet O. Glorious Morn rnimer
(With baritone solo by W. Meiamn- i
Quartet Christ Is Risen (. r ra lion
Postlude Easter Morn ,.J. H. Maunder
Messrs. Nsven. Swltsler, Heldlorr,
Prelude Processional Du St. Sacra
Communion Anthem Christ Our Pass
Anthem, with soprano solos Come Bee
the Place Where Jesus Lny Avery
Mrs. Wilson and choir.
Poetlnde March Roma!ne Rossini
Miss Nancy Cunningham, orgnnlst.
Mrs. C. B. Wilson, director.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Forth-flfth and
Grant R. L. Purdy, Pastor.
EASTER PROGRAM. 10:30 A. M.
Orgsn Prelude Gloria... A. Andre
Response Welcome, Happy Morning ...
.jna n. v nson
Anthem Easter Praise E. S. Lorens
Mr. H. L. Johnson and choir.
Response Easter Worship Lorens
Hymn Jesus ennst la Risen Today...
Baptism ot tjnnaren
Kepponse Burrer Little untiaren to come
Laies uuariet cnrisi is iusen..
E. H. Lorena
Mesdames Hendee and McMullen,
and Misses Bremner and'Krlngel.
Offertory Anthem- Hearts and voices
Raise I. B. Wilson
Mra. P. W. McMullen and choir.
SermonTheme: The Victory of Life
Male Quartet Go Tell the News..
Messrs. Johston, Schonburn, Rowley
Organ Postlude Selected
Miss Jennie L. Bennett, organist.
At 7:M p. m. the Sunday' school will give
a program of recitation and song.
Special Easter musical program at 12
o'clock at Castellar Street Presbyterian
'The Resurrection" Sheldon
"Out of the Deep" ........Marks
"King of Kings".. Shelley
"That Sweet Story of Old" Weat
Muslo at the First Presbyterian church,
Seventeenth and Dodge:
Organ Prelude Chorus from Cavallerla
Anthem As It Began to Dawn Vincent
Anthem They Have Taken Away Mv
Organ Offertory Ave Maria Gounod
Solo-Hosanna ... Granler
nr.m Pn.tlnde Halleluiah Chorus. .Handel
Organ Prelude Come Gentle Spring
trrom ine Deasuns ) Mayan
. . . , X - 1. 1 ' W.. 1 n to
Aninwn nwaivo v- v ju vjivjj y otiruuy
Offertory 8prlhg Song Mendelssohn
Anthem The Day of Resurrection. .Vogrich
Organ Postlude Unfold Ye Portals
(irom xne neaimpuon uounoa
The young women of the Second Presby
terian church have organised a Phllmathea
society for the purpose of Bible study,
Christian - culture, social Intercourse,
friendly service and aggressive effort to
bring adults Into the 'Sunday school and
ohurch. which meets at the regular Sab
bath achool hour. The annual meeting of
this church occurs , Wednesday evening,
April 8. at 8. Reports of the affiliated so
cieties of the church, of the session and of
the trustees will be received and officer
elected for the ensuing year.
Easter services at St. Mary' Avenue
Congregational church: .
Choral Invocation in the Name of the
Father, and the Son, and of the Holy
Processional Hymn Come. Ye Faithful.
Raise the Strain St. Kevin
Noi 2D7, Invocation, the Lord's Prayer
and Gloria Patrl
Canticle Sinn I nto the Ijrd (Cantate
JJomino) Hymnal No. 90s wooawara
Responsive Scripture Lesson (Selection
Hymre-The"'Btr'lfe""ie"''6''e'rV' Vhe'' Battle
Done Tuna. Victory
no. an, second Scripture Lesson
Anthem Sing Ye to the Lord..C. H. Lloyd
(For words see vester program.)
Choral Response Ixrd, by the Strlpea
urvi.k . , -, a - x u lIIIaI.
TT IliUII 1.1 ,,,,,,
Hymn Our Lord la Risen from the Dead
I Duke Street
j tlon Shelley
Prayer of Thanksgiving and Doxology..
The Sermon The Power of His Resur
rection. Text. Phil.. 111:10-11
At the Close Hallelujah Chorus from
The Messiah" Handel
Sung by the choir, the people all
Th Benediction -
Easter vesper service, 4:30 p. m., entitled
Jesus, th Christ," a atudy ot th human
I PART L
..jf",?" 01 faretn, tne King or tn
Introductory (outside - the sanctuary)
1 Verse bv choristers of hvmn by F. W
Faber; music by Dr. Dykes. Recitative
by bass narrator, music by Gounod.
Proceslonsl. The Darkness (organ).
I from "The Redemption." Gounod. Verse
I by chortaters. Recitative, tenor narrator;
rnuslo by Gounod. Solo (Jesus) "My
" t v........
Spirit.'' Recitative by bass. Verse by
I The call to Draver by the minister; choir.
E"P' and minister all bowing reverently,
Prayer of confession. Choir: Amen. Words
of Christ bv minister. Choir sings from
Ivork i "Stabat Mater." Hymn No. iL
The prayer and Lord s prayer. .
Kins of Rings and Lord or Lords.
. - . .
. Recitative by tenor, solo Dy soprano ana
rl" otmtn takf,n ff.om Gounod s ora-
l.or 1 V iteaempuon.
Antbem-Sing Ye to the Lord....C. H. Lloyd
' iJ ,l?Zil
. '" "
Battle Done Palealrina
o n .a -.k
"" ."VI" '"-1 vw..,
Prayer In unison
Halleluiah Chorus (from "The Ms-
Narrators: lenor, H. C. Jessen; bass.
Leslie Dick. Jesus, Mr. Irrlck. The
Angel, Mrs. Kelly. The women. Mra
Kelly, Miss Coburn, Mi s. v erne miner.
ine cnimes uy miss earnnari. uum
J. Kelly, director of music; A. V. Jessen,
Easter muslo at the First Congrega
tional church. Nineteenth and Davenport
streets: . '
Prelude Reve Angellqu Rubensteln
Anthem Unfold, Ye portals Everlast
ing, from The Redemption ...Uounoa
Bolo 1 Know that My Redeumor Llv
eth, from "Messiah" Handel
Miss Vera Allen.
Offertory Seraph's Strain. . Wolstenholme
Authem Worthy is tne umti tnai was
Slain, from 'Messiah'.... lUndol
Postlude Alleluia Dubois
Prelude Largo from the New World
Anthem Worthy Is ths Umb. . . . Handol
Quartot Come See the Place Where .
Jesus Lay Horatio W. Parker
Offertory On Wings of Song ,
Quartet Christ. Our Passover
Kir John Goat
Anthem The Lord Is My Strength...
I Postlud Festal March Arthur Foot
Mr. Martin W. Bush, organUl: Mr. Ira
B. Perintman. director.
Plymouth Congregational muslo for
Anthem Of Lord, W Beseech Thee
J. c. Marks
Anthem Chrlat, Our PaaMver..F. Schiiuog
Solo Easter Dawn R. IT. Woodman
Mra. F. B. ITolhrook.
Quartet Consider the Lilies.... E. (X Fxrell
Mrs. F. H. Holbmok, Mrs. H Lawrle,
Mr. E. O. Ames, Mr. 1 1. Lawrle.
Organist, Mrs. J. H. Rogers.
Ttr muslo at First Presbvterlrvn!
Organ rrelude Chorus from "Cavellerla
Anthem As It Began to Dwr
Soto Hosanna Gran 1st
Anthem They Have Taken Away My
Lord .i Btainer
Organ Come, Oentle Spring, from "The
Seasons ' Heynn
Anthem Awake Up My Glory J. Barnby
Anthem Day of Redirection.. .Mm Vorgrioh
Mr Ellin, basso: Mr. Bwarts, tenor; miss
Weaver, soprsno; Miss Moses, contralto;
Mrs. Howard Kennedy, organist.
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Castellar Street Presbyterian church will
hold a special service Sunday morning at
Organ Prelude Hymn
...J. V. Roberta
Bermon Immortality ,
Anthem Redemption'a Day..F. N. snackiey
Anthem Now Is Christ Risen.... j. t.. weat
Sermon The Proof of the Resurrection
Ordinance of Baptism
Bible scirbol at noon; address by Prtn-
clpU Waterhouse and music by the school;
9 a. m., union prayer meeting under the
auspices of the Young People's societies.
Second Presbyterian, Evangelical, Seward
Street Methodist Episcopal, North Side
Christian and Immanuel Baptist societies
have been Invited to join. Everybody will
b made welcome.
Easter muslo at First Baptist church.
under the direction of Misa Margaret Boul
Prelude Easter Morning O'Malllng
Anthem As It Began to Dawn
Organ Offertory Spring Song..J. H. Brewer
golo My Heart niver rHiuiiui..j. o. line a
, Mrs. Sunderland.
Anthem Praise the Lord A. Randegger
Postlude-Halleluyah Chorus.. Q., F. Handel
Prelude.. Ambrols Thomas
Anthem praise tne ira a. lumaegger
Organ Offertory ....Rhalnberger
Solo Jeaua only .kovou
Postlude B. ' Duncan
Choir: Mrs. L. T. Sunderland, soprano;
Miss Allca Fawcett, contralto; Jonn mc
Creary, tenor; G. W. Manchester, basa
assisted by Mis Porter, Miss Shane, so
prano; Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Shukert, con
tralto; A. Lansing, R. Lansing, tenor; Mr.
Greenfield, Mr. Congdon. baas.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Twentieth
and Olilo, Rav. Robert B. H. Bell, Rector.
Easter services 8 a. tn, and p. m., holy
communion; 11 a. m., full choral services
and holy communion; 8 p, m., children's
The following mualo will be rendered at
th 11 o'clock aervlee: v
Organ Prelude Allegro In O' 6pinney
Processional 109 ...
"Christ, Our Passover" Schilling
Te Deum , Dudley Buck
Anthem They Have Taken Away My
Offertory Bolo Easter Song Denni
. Mr. Frank Newlean. .
Communion Service , .....
S. B. Whitney. ; .
Organ Postlud Alleluia' Lord
Et Barnabas. Nineteenth and California:
Organ Prelude Bercleuse
B.- M. Read
Processional -The Strife is O'er
Lord's Prayer. Verslclea Chant in G..
Christ Our Passover Hodgna
i Psalter Psalms 11, 67-111
is Deum In (1
Apostles' Creed, Verslcles....
..Chant In G
Introit Christ, th Lord, la Risen Today
Kyrle William Reed
Gloria TibL Domlne I
Oratiaa Tibl. Christ
Anthem We Declare Unto
Chant in G
Benedlctur. Qui Vent I William Reed
Agnus Del 1
Gloria, In Excelsls William Reed
Nunc Dimlttis Adlam
Recessional The Day of Resurrection..
Organ Prelude Festival March Clark
All Saints' Easter muslo wlU be as fol
lows: MORNING. 11:00.
Dedication Anthem Sing Hosanna.... Buck
"Christ Our Passover" Sheperd
TeDeum, Jubilate (In ET). Parker
Solo The Resurrection Day Huhu
Miss Grac Barr.
Anthem Behold Ye Despiser (for bari
tone solo and chorus.) Parkeh
Charles 8. Haveratock and Choir.
Kyrle In E fiat Eyre
Credo In E flat Eyre
Sanctus in K flat Eyre
Agnus Del In E flat Byre
Nuno Dimittis In D minor Walmaley
Dedication Anthem Sing Hosanna. ...Buck
Magnificat In D minor Walmsley
Nuno Dimlttis in D minor Walmsley
Bolo Easter Song Denne
Charles 8. Haverstock.
Anthem-Now la Chrlat Risen West
J. H. Slmms, organist and choirmaster.
Mualo at Trinity cathedral Easter Sun
day, a. m., 10:80 a. m., 8 p. m. The Im
portant musical works to be rendered In
clude the Easter hymns, Easter canticles
and responses and full anthems. Some of
th anthems are:
The Festival Te Deum Dudley Buck
The Festival Jubllati Dudley Buck
The Sanctus (St. Cecelia Mass) .. .Gounod
The Benedlctus (St. Cecelia Mass)....
The Agnus Del (Sf Cecelia Mass)....
The Hallelujah Chorus Handel
"Awake Thou that Sleepest '...... Maker
The Strife 1s O'er" '. ..H. J. Stewart
"Shout, Ye High Heavens". Chadwick
Full choir of seventy-five voloes and
regular cathedral quartet of soloists.
Ben Stanley, organist and choirmaster;
Louis Shadduck, assistant organist.
Coadjutor Bishop WUllams will preach
Sunday morning at th opening service of
All Saints new church at Twenty-sixth
and Dewey avenue. The church la being
beautifully decorated with flowers for the
opening service, all the member of th
parish contributing flowers and plant for
Th muslo at North Bid Christian church,
Twenty-second and Locust, will be as fol
Processional Christ the Lord ia Risen
Hvmn Rise. Glorious Leader. Rl.
Hymn Mary to the Saviour's Tomb.Mnrtyn
Communion Hymn Dark Waa the Night
Anthem Christ. Our Paasover
Bolo and chorus. I
Hymn All Things Are Ready ,
Processional Christ the Lord Is Rlnen
Hvmn CTOM'n Hint With Ms.py Crowns
Anthem Christ Our FawoveT....H. Millard
Solo and chorus.
R(epowi-Prayer cs? Adoration and Du
bois Seven lst words
Offertory March to Calvary, from the
Violin solo bv Master Joe Woolery.
Offertory Sentlner-iAll Thlnara Come of
Tenor Solo Thai Resunwtlon..H. R. Shelley
Mr. Hosea Johnson.
Hymn All Thlrsps Ar Ready
"The Heavens Ar Telling," from the
rhorutL with organ, piano and violin.
Processional Jerusalem the Golden
Pianist. Mlse Edith Ewers; violin, Mr.
Joe Woolery; organist and director, Mrs.
H. J. Klrschatein. ,
First Christian church, Council Bluffs:
Song. "Holy. Holy, Holy;" Invocation,
Elder J. H. Coffe; song, congregation and
choir; acrlpture reading. Rev. Carter; an
nounce nents; offering; anthem, choir; ser
mon subject, "He Is Risen;" communion,
13 m.; benediction, juaer conee.
Evening v Servlcea Christian Endeavor
1. Hymn "1 Love to Tell th Story.
8. Moment of silent prayer, concluded
with disciples' prayer In concert.
I. Hymn "Wa Hav Heard th Joyful
4. Responsive Reading (Isa. 86).
8. Hvmn "Far and Near the Field Are
(. Scripture Lesson (Psalms 118, 18-19),
7. Circle of Prayer Every member taking
8. Three flve-mlnute talks:
a. "The Race Problem."
b, "The Need of the Hour Not Agita
tors, but Educators."
c "Peril of th White."
8. Prayer by the president for educators.
10. Three three-minute papers; .
a. "The Success of Christian and In
b. "The Work of Negro Education and
e. "Hampton and Tuskogee."
II. Short address by pastor to disciples.
7:30 p. m., preaching service, subject.
"The Type of the Church." A large chart
will be used to demonstrate the subject.
W most cordially Invite th public. J. A.
Easter musto at the Kountse Memorial
church. Twenty-sixth and Farnam streets:'
The office of the holy communion
Anthem Hoi Every on that Thirsleth
The choir. Solos by Miss Bertha Hen
derson, contralto, and Mr. J. Alvord,
Nearer My God to Thee Holden
Master Russnl Tedart, soprano.
Special Easter' program
EVENING. ; -
They Have Taken A way My Lord..,
Th choir and Miss M. Francisco, con
tralto. Abide With Ua. for 'Tls Tpward Even
Mr. Bernard E. Johnson, tenor.
Christ Is Risen, with violin obliKato.Marxo
Miss M. Alice McKenxie.
Oh Lord I Will Praise Thee.. Demerosh
The choir and Mr. J. Alvord. baritone.
The Resurrection .. Shelley
Mr. Charles W. Stelnbauah. tenor.
Easter Dawn Woodman
Miss Haxel Livingstone, soprano.
Mr. Charles Ovid Blakeslee, choirmaster
Kountse Memorial Lutheran church.
Rev. John E. Hummon, pastor, Easter
begin with service at sunrise, 6:80, 10:80 a.
m., Holy communion. Reception of mem'
dots, 8 p. m. Sunday achool Easter program
In th Intereat of the board of church ex
tension, 7:00 p. m. Young People Christian
Endeavor and 'Luther league duVotional
meetings; 8:00 t. . m., : Easter muslo by the
choir; Thursday evening, a reception will
be given hw. merobera , by the ."Christian
Endeavor and Luther league.
Grace Lutheran church. South Twenty
sixth street, between Poppleton and Wool
worth avenaea. Rev. M. I Mellck, pastor.
At 8:30 a. tn. anniversary, of the class re
ceived into .. membership one year .ago; at
10 a, m. preparatory service of the class,
with all who may desire to unite In this
service; sermon at 10:80 a. m., ."The Lord
la Risen, Indeed,"' followed with the' holy
communion. All who were . received on
Palm Sunday may commune In a
body, likewise th preceding class.
Other new member will be received Im
mediately before communion. Baptism of
children at 13 m. Bunday school at 12:12
p. m.; Luther league at 8:30 p. m., "The
Stone la Rolled Away." Easter program
by th Sunday . school at 7:80 p. m.
Th glorious feast of Christ' triumphant
resurrection from the dead will be cele
brated with every fitting solemnity at St.
Phllomena'a cathedral Sunday morning.
Father Kelly will be celebrant of the
solemn high mass at 8 o'clock. He will be
attended by Father Stenson as deacon and
Father ' Petlllo aa aubdeacon. The sermon
will be delivered by Father McQovern. who
will act as master of ceremonies. The music
at thla mass will be rendered by the Junior
choir, composed of th boy and glrla of
tha parochial school. Low 'masses wilt be
celebrated at th hour of 6, 7, 7:80, 8:16
and 8 o'clock. At 10:30 the last solemn and
Impressive function will take place, when
Rev, Father Stenson will be the celebrant
of a solemn high mass. He will be at
tended by Rt. Rev. Mgr. Colanerl, V. G..
aa deacon, and by Rev. Father Petlllo aa
aubdeacon. Tha Bermon will be again de
livered by Rev. Father McGovern, rector
of the cathedral. The music of thla mass
will b rendered by the full senior choir
of th cathedral, under the direction of
Mis Bwlft, th cathedral organist. La
Hache' revised mass, with the kyrle and
the eanctuB from Klein' mass, will be
sung.- Solemn oeneaicuon vi me uuuwu
sacrament will form a beautirui conclusion
to the sacred ceremonies ot the feast.
Clarenc A. Busklrk, who delivers a fre
lecture on Chrlatlon Science at Boyd a
Thursday evening. Is an able advocate of
the faith, which first claimed hla attention
In 1X33. when a member of his family was
healed by Christian Science. He was a
lawyer of recognised ability and for four
year was attorney general of Indiana.
Later he abandoned h,ls law practice and In
1904 was appointed a member of the Chris
tian Science Board of Lectureship of th
Mother church in Boston. His lecture her
Is under ths auspice of First Church of
T. W. O. A. Hates.
Rev. D. ii. Jenkins, D.- D.. will speak on
the resurrection at the Easter gopel serv
loei of the association at 4:80. Mia Ma
Weaver will sing two numbers.
The Board of Dtrectors announces that
Miss Bertha Hchweiuer of Chicago has
accepted the position as extension secretary
for the Omaha aasoclatlon Mies Schwellxer
comes well equipped for her work, being
a charter member of the Toledo, O., associ
ation and having taken the training at
tha Secretaries' Training Institute. Chicago,
as well as the Moodv institute Miss
Sc.hweitxer has been employed In special
work as church visitor In New York and
also aa secretary to Mr. Stetsle of th
Presbyterian labor board.
Monday evening. April 1. Is the date for
the second "got two" banquet. At present
220 naniaa are registered.
MUeellaaeoaa Aa eesaeata.
North Bide Christian, Twenty-second and
locust, H J. Klrschsteln, pastor Morning
subject. "The Walk to Kramaua;" evening,
"The Risen Lord."
St. Barnabas, Nineteenth and California
Plain celebration al 7:tt a. m , Matins and
choral celebration at 11 a. in., children's
carrut soivlce at I.M p. in.
Church of The Living God at College
Hail, Nineteenth and Km nam Plscourie,
3 p. m. Topic: "Our labia,'' "Millounial
Dawn." bible study, 7:30 p. in.
bathaoy llraucu a'lrst Baptist, tea Lv-
enwnrth-Punday school at p. m.S rspl
meeting on Thursday evening and indus
trial school on Saturday at 10 a. m.
Swedish Methodist Evlsr-opal. Nineteenth
and Burt, Rev. Peter Munson, Pastor Th
pastor will deliver Esster sermons at U
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; servloe at 4:30 p. m.;
F'trclny school at 10 wi ; vniin fveonle's
meeting at 6:80 p. m. Special music at both
First Church of Christ. Scientist, Twenty
fifth and Farnam Sunday school at 8:46 a.
m., Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
subject of lesson sermon, "Unreality."
First Baptist Evangelist Meeting ar
being held every evening. Preaching by
the pastor. Dr. Conley. Chorus of young
people. Quite an interest Is being mani
fested. Trinity Methodist Episcopal, J. Randolph
Smith, Pastor Children ebservsno of
Easter at 10:30: In the evening at 7:30.
Gounod's "Redemption" will be rendered
by a large double choir.'
First United Evangelical. Franklin near
Twenty-fourth, Rev. Q. A. Deck, Pastor
Sunday achool at 10:00 a. m.j worship at
11:00 a, m.j theme, "Like Him;" Easter
exercises by the Sunday school at 7:80 p. m.
People', 616 North Eighteenth The pas.
tor, Rev. Charles W. Bavldge, will speak at
10:30 a. m.; subject, "Christ the Resurreo
tlon and the Life"; evening, Easter concert
by the Sunday school. Muslo under chatg
of Prof. Metea.
First Presbvterlan. fleventaenth and
Dodge, Edwin Hart Jenks, I). P., Paator
Morning service at 10:30; subject. "The
fower or the Resurrection ; evening serv
loe at 7:30, subject. "What Body Do W
Have After Death T"
Plymouth Comrreratlonal. Twentieth and
Spencer Regular services will be held as
usual on Sunday. Th minister, Frederick
W. Leavitt. will n reach both morning and
evening sermons appropriate to Eavstar.
rleciai musical progrstma
BL Mark' Enailsh Lutheran. Twentieth
and Burdette, F. Groh. Pastor Service
10:80 a, in., reception of members, holy
communion; 7:80 p. m., Epater anniversary
Sunday school at 13 m.; Christian Ei-
oeavor meeting at 7 p. nv
First Christian, Nineteenth and Farnam,
S. D. Dutcher. Pastor Bible achool at 8:80
a. m.; subject of morning sermon, "Th
Resurrection Fact:" evening, ''Easter
Cantata" by the bible school; Christian
Endeavor society at 6:30 p. m.
Knox Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hlgboe, Pastor Morning worship at
10:30; subject, "He la Risen;" Sunday
school at 13 m.; young people's meeting at
6:30 p. m., W. H. Anrteraon. leader; pro-
fram by Sunday sohool In th svening at
Hlllsld Congregational. Thirtieth and
Ohio, Rev. H. L. Mills. Pastor Bervlc at
10:30 a. m with special music and sermon
on "Nineteen Centuries of the Resurreo
tlon;" Sunday school at noon; Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.; evening preaching
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and
Nicholas, Rev. A. a C. Clarke, D. D., Pas
torMorning service at 10:80, subject, "A
Living Hope;" evening servloe at 8. sub
ject, "As a Man Thlnketh;" annual meet
ing and election of utlloers Wednesday at
8 p. m.
Walnut Hill Methodist Episcopal Forty
first and Charles, K. E. Hoeman, Pastor
10:80 a. m. sermon by the pastor; them
"Th Resurrection Story;" 12 noon Sunday
school; 6:16 p. m. Epworth league bible
study; 7:30 p. m. sermon by th paator;
theme, "Our Hope."
First Reformed, Twenty-third and Cen
tral Boulevard, Rev. F. 8. Zaugg, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ; preaching
service at 11:00 and 8:00: Lord's Supper and
reception of members In morning; special
children's service In evening; Christian
endeavor at 7:00 p. m.
Park vale Congregational, Thirty-first and
Gold, Rev. H. L. Mills, Pastor-t 1p.m.
the Sunday school will give a special Eas
ter program, followed at 4 o'clock by tha
church service; subject of sermon, "Nine
teen Centuries of the Resurrection;"
Christian Endeavor at 6 p. m.
Third Presbyterian, Twentieth and
Leavenworth, Preaching by the Pastor
10:30 a. m.. Lord' Supper; 7:30 p. m.,
graduating exercises from the kindergarten
and primary department. Men's prayer
meeting, 10:10 a. m. Men'a bible class, 18
ocioca. Bunday school, 8 p. m.
First Baptist. Twenty-ninth and Harney.
!Rer. J. W. Conley, D. D., Paator Servlcea
at 10:80 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.; morning sub
ject, "An Examination of th Evidence for
tne Resurrection of Jesus:" evenlnsr. "Tha
Power of Christ's Resurrection;" Sunday
school at noon; young people' meeting at
6:30 p. m. ,
Dundee Presbyterian. Fiftieth and Un
derwood Avenue. Thomas K. Hunter. Pas
torMorning worship and Easter service
at 10:30; evening, service at 7:30; Sunday
school at noon; Junior Endeavor at 8:4t
p. tn.; Senior Endeavor al 6:30 p. m.; an
nual congregational meeting Wednesday
at 8 p. m. - .
Becond Presbyterian, Twenty-fourth and
Nicholas, Rev., Newman . Hall Burdlck.
Paator Preaching at 10:30 and 7:30. Morn
ing topic, "The Credibility of th Resurreo
tlon." Men' prayer meeting at 16:00 a. m.j
Sabbath school, baraca, phllmathea and
bible class . at 13:00. Christian Endeavor
meeting at 6,80. , .
Clifton Hill Presbyterian Forty-fifth and
Grant, R. , L. Purdy, Pastor Sevrices at
lO.ao a. m. Special program of Easter
music and baptism of children. Subject of
sermon, "The Victory of iJfe;" Sunday
school at U rn.; Young People's Society
Christian Endeavor at 830; Easter program
by the Sunday school at 7:80 p. m.
Castellar Street Presbyterian, Sixteenth
and Castellar, Walter H. Reynolds, Pas
torEaster Sunday Early prayer at 7 a.
m.; morning service at 10:30, with special
Easter music; sermon by pastor; special
Easter Sunday school program, with or
chestra muslo at noon; Endeavor society
at 6:30 p. m. ; evening service, with sermon
by the pastor, at 7:30.
First German Presbyterian, 816 North
Eighteenth, Julius F. Bchwara, Pastor
German preaching and communion eurvlc
at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 8:30 a. m.
German preaching servloe at 7:46 p. m.
The annual meeting of the congregation
will be convened Tuesday evening, April 8,
The German speaking public Is cordially
Invited to all the stated meetings.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal,
Woolworth Avenue and South Twenty
ninth Street, Clyde Clay Clssell, D. D..
Pastor Easter morning prayer meeting at
7:30; praise service at 8:46; sermon by th
pastor 10:30: suoject, "Tne Easter Vision;"
Sunday school Easter program at 13:16;
Epworth league Eaater song service at 6:00;
evening sermon by the paator at 7:3u; sub
ject, "Th Ever-Living Christ."
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REAL MEANING OF EASTER1
LauxM Chra!floao tf tii FtrtiTal Coi
PAGAN CU3T0US tNGKAfTtD IN SYMBOLS
Aatvatr KT7 al tat Hafc
kt ral' . Hadj wt f
4 Owaa mmA B
If avmia on were to ask what Easter
stands for, nlnety-nln people out of a hun
dred would answer casually that it testifies
to th rising; of Christ . That Is the con
ventional answer And it Is true ao far as
It goes; but It doe not go far enough tn
be a very good answer.
In th first place, th east ha from time
Immemorial been venerated In a religious
way. People looked In that fiuarter for
th rising of th aun and in time the tat
took on a special sacredness ns symbol
ising light, the rebirth of nature nnd tho
promise of new life. Even down to recent
time tha custom wa common among
Christian of facing, th east when men
tioning th nam of Jesus; churches war
studiously built with their altar to the
east; people war hurled with their feet to
the east, ao as to be facing In that direc
tion at the resurrection, to.
Thla symbolism about th never-ending
mlracl of th rebirth of life run strongly
through all th religions and popular lor
of th east. In th east It Is understood,
but tn th west not, because Its origin has
been obscured. Just aa each morning's
rising sun typified new light and life, so
th reawakening of nature tn spring, after
th death of Winter, took' cit a sacred mean
ing. The season of tha vernal, equinox thus
cam to be marked by special religious
observances. The custom of presenting
colored eggs to friends as symbols of the
season became widespread. This custom
appears to hav originated among the Per
sians, and it evidently bora reference to
th mundane egg,' for which Ormuxd and
Ahrtman were to contend till the conrtr
matlon of all things.
KsTgT sad Rabbit ByanboJ
The egg waa suggestive of re-creation.
for does It not contain tha embryo of all
that la to com after T So also tha rabbit,.
as th symbol of fertility and prollflo re
production, wa adopted Into th symbol
Ism of tha season. The Roman used both
th egg and th rabbit In th rites attend
ing their spring fesUval. Wa stlU us th
same things but how many ar there who
stop to think or Inquire why' -they use
them? Among the Jewa tha Pannvnr be.
cam the great aprlng fesUval; it" was f
kind of thanksgiving day commemorating
their deliverance when the angel'. Of" the
Lord smote the first born of the Egryptlana
but "passed over" the Israelites. The Jews
at a lamb at this festival, as we eat tur
key at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and in
time tha lamb became' symbolical of Christ
They also ate eggs at thla time.
The early Christian church found these
pagan and other customs too deeply rooted
among the people to be Ignored, and with
characterlatto tact and Judgment tha church
authorities adopted them and applied to
them a new significance. In northern Eu
rope th goddesa called Easter' waa Joy
fully worshiped as the deity of spring and
th term "Easter day" was In accepted use,
whereas in the south th term "Pasch,"
from th Hebrew word applied to tho
Passover, was employed In th same con
nection. Numerous variations of tha He
brew word, such as "paas," "paschal,"
"paque," etc., are still commonly used aa
: J ' mfferenf Dotes. ; 4 fV.i
Th eastern and southern . Christiana In
Europe regarded their Paaa' as 'equivalent
to tha Jewish Passover and observed It
on. th 14th day. of . the first lunar , month
of th Jewish year. This was aot'neces-'
sarily on a Sunday, of course. Thenorth
ern Christians, on the other hand, gradually
cam to consider Easter aa symbolical of
th rising of Christ from the dead, and
therefore decided that It must fall always
on Sunday. For a long time there was a
fierce conflict in tha church .over this ques
tion, but th council of Nice. ,in 326 A. D.,
pronounced th Paa Idea a heresy and
declared that Beater must be arranged to
fall on Sunday.'
It should be remembered that th ancient
custom waa to have the year begin in tha
spring. It la thla that explains th ap
parent anomaly of our montha of Septem-
to Iecember being ao named, for in
thpae flays September, for Instance, was
the "seventh" month, as the name In Latin
Impllea No doubt the churoh authorities
would hav had the year being at Easter
had It not been that Easter was a movable
and not a fixed feast being founded on th
lunar calendar. The '.date-' January 1 for
th beginning 'of the year wa purely arbi
trary and It waa only accepted after cen
turies of experiments with other dates.
A It was, the reckoning of the year from
Eaater was In us In Europe down to as
lata aa 1800 in some places. In spite of th
Inconvenience of this system, while In other
section the new year was begun at Christ
mas. . ,
Revising? the Calendar.
Th churoh authorities, who war nearly
aH-powsrful in matter affecting the cal
endar, would likewise have made Easter a
fixed fesUval, aa It logically should hav
been to commemorate the Savior's rising,
but the Idea of the day aa being connected
with th Jewish paschal moon could not
be eradicated from the popular mind. It
was to remove all uncertainty about Easter
that Pope Gregory XIII revised the Julian
calendar. He tried to devise some plan
that would never allow EuMer and th
Jewish Passover to fall on the same date,
but they do coincide once In a long while.
Easter day wa fixed as the first Sunday
after th first paschal full moon occurring
on or after March 21. Th church calcula
tion, however, are founded on very old
moon tables, snd It Is for this reason that
Easter fall sometimes a week earlier or
later than it would If regulated by th
actual moon. It can come as early a
March 21 or a lute as April 25. and various
other church festivals are determined by It.
It took but little readJUHtinent to give th
pagan Easter a Christian . significance,
though the fixing of the festival by th
moon had to b conceded. The association
of Easter with th rising of the sua, th
dawn of day, the rebirth of life after win
ter, and Joy at the hope of a rich garner
for th season was readily engrafted .Into
th Christion symbology. Christ repre
sented the sun, the light and Easter his
resurrection; the thanksgiving for th. past,
th Joy of th present and the hops for the
future were all beautifully appropriate to
th new Interpretation of tlie festival.
Prof. E. H. Smith In th Pathfinder..
Btreasta All la liar Wlahsoae.,
Bh Is a very young girl, but ah ex.
presaed the difference between poaaeanlrig
the aspirations w all hav for doing some
thing and th perserveianc to succeed In
doing it "Oh," sighed her best girl friend,
coming Into her room on day snd com
menting upon soma of her aitcces , "I ul
waya wonder how It Is thst you c.ivcred
In doing things so welL It eeeuis to. niki
that every Urn you try to do a tlilrg you
manage to do it. Now, lt' different wuu
me. 1 wish to do a grsat ni..t.v thlnus,
but somehow I never do thei.i. I w mJur
wby It la?" "Why," laughingly exclaimed
the aforesaid wis young woinun, who had
probably studied the wanknesaos of her
visiting frloud, "I'll tell you why It la, my
dear. It's becaus you'v got such a vary
strong wishbone and such a Very WeaJg
back buna," i-UiiuWIUla RevaraV
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