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Tlir, OMAHA SUNDAY KEE: APRIL 2S, 1M7.
Expresses His Great Faith In Pe-ru-na.
AM OF THE SPANISH WAR
Pr-ro-na Is n Tonic Especially Adapted
to the- Prevention hikI Itclli-f of a
Catharrlial Ailment I)ue to
tli Vicissitudes, of Climate
and Exposure Experi
enced by this Soldier.
An Old Soldier's Trais 3
Mr. F. R.- Cox, Avis, Pa., write.
"Iwas taken with hemorrhages of the
stomach and had from one to three a year.
"The doctors said my stomach could not
be cured, and it waa only a question of
how aoon one of these apells would kill
me, and I waa (riven up several times, aa
they had no hops for me.
"X finally wrote to you and you said
If ft was not a caneer or a tumor. renins
wotil cure me. . . . .
"I eommnced taking Peruna rlffht away,
and have never had one of those spell
"t am an old. soldier, one of Phil Sheri
dan's Houa-h Riders, and pretty nearly
played ' out now, hut T have a pretty
good stomaeh a;aln,"
Assistant War Correspondent
Mr. II. n. Manley, Assistant War Cor
respondent, during- the war In China,
It Spark street, rare A. O. Pltaway, Otta
wa, Can., writes:
"When a man travels in extremely hot
or oold. climates, he realises how valuable
friend he has If he carries a bottle of
"I know of no article In my traveling
outfit which I have learned to praise
"If yon are suffering- with the x
treme heat. Peruna restores you, or If
you are afflicted with a cold, la irlppe
or hronrhltls, Peruna reatores you In a
Or If you suffer with sleeplessness or
if your appetite Is poor, again Peruna
nets as a a-ood, truo friend 'and 'Is the
'I have tried It for months and am
only too glad to. acknowledge It aa a
tme, loyal atand-hy in times of trouble
I do not heaflate io recommend It to all."
T. T. Markland, a well known business
man of Cincinnati, O., address R. R.
No. 1,' Mt. Washington, Ohio, writos:
'1 find that In my case Peruna la a
nesh builder.' I
im now at work
ivery day, and
have gained ten
pounds. I took
your Peruna according- to directions and
the result was more than I expocted. I
took no other medlrine but , Toruna, and
It accomplished all. You told mo in your
first letter that you thought Peruna
would cure me and It has. I am 7S years
old and;. can attend to my business aa
fn old ago the mucous membrane be
comes thickened and partly lose their
function.. .... .,
This leads to partial loss of hearing,
smell and taste, aswelas the digestive
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COL ARTHUR L. HAMILTON.
GaJl&.nt Porto R.ica.n Soldier Gives Pmise to Pe-ru-na
Able to AVork at the
Are of Seventy
Co. Arthur L. Hamilton, of the Seventh Ohio Volunteers, writes
from 269 Goodale St,, Columbus, Ohio, aa follows:
"Itroldes having the merit of Peruna fully demonstrated In my
family, 1 have number of friends who have taken It for catarrh and
stomach trouble and nil unite in praising it. As a remedy for catarrh
I can fully recommend It."
' In a later letter to Dr. Hartman, Col. Hamilton writes:
"My command used your l'eruna during our nervice in the Hpatt-ish-Amerlcan
war, and I will say this, that if the War Deportment
records are consulted, it will he found that the casunlitles in my regi
ment were less than in any other regiment of the Army Corps while at
Camps Alger, Meade and Ituahnell. Tlte total deaths in my regiment
during the seven-months' service were seven out of a total number of
1,40. I, of course, cannot help but think that Peruna certainly was
great benefit to my command."
In a recent letter. Col. Hamilton says:
"I have used Peruna myself and In my family for the last seven
years. I have already written you about the good results I experienced
with your remedy during the Spanish-American war."
Peruna corrects all this by Its efficient
operation on all the mucous membranes
of the body.
One bottle will convince anyone. Once
used ahd . Peruna becomes a life-long
stand-by with old and young.
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics
One reason, why Peruna has found per
manent use In so many homes Is that It
contains no narcotics of any kind.
Peruna has no bad effect upon the
system, and gradually ' eliminates ca
tarrh by removing the cause of the catarrh.
Almost Nervous Prostration
Rev. A. M. Smith, Hnhlra, Ga., writes:
"For the past two or three years I have
been troubled with nervousness, at times
resulting In almost nervous prostration.
Recently I have had very sevens attack 4
and was Induced by a friend to try Peru
na, This 1 have done with more than
satisfactory results and consider Peruna
the best medicine on the market for what
It is recommended.
"To all who suffer with nervousness In
any form I would say, 'use Peruna."
AFFAIRS.., AT SOUTH OMAHA
. rtttnrhs f Omahs, li iattllT inmrea
t ' at Qradin fjmp.'( , v ''
S LEGS CRUSHED UNDER THE OIRT' TRAIN
April of This Year Promise to Be
Record Month for Cattle Receipts
at the Booth Omaha Stoelt
i r..., st-tiirher. a resident nf Omaha, sun-
l posed to live near Twentieth and Bancroft
I i.. d.. at 11 u'cltvk lust night. He
had both his legs cut oft above the knees
Ht Kllpatriek'i grading camp yesterday
j afternoon. He' whs a workman at camp
No. 2 on the Lane Tut-oft and waa run
J over In sortie unexplained manner by the
dirt train. No one waw the accident, but
It was discovered Immediately afterward.
Whrn the man waa found he was lying
bcHldo the rail with bis limbs almost com
pletely severed. . Fellow workmen tied up
the severed members to stop the flow of
blood and sent for an ambulance, by which
he was taken to the South Omaha hospital.
He was at once put under the Influence
of an opiate and but little hope was ex
pressed for hit recovery. It U asserted
that about CO per cent of those who have
such accidents fall to recover, Death was
due chiefly to shock. He was not very,
well known at the camp and much diffi
culty was encountered in trying to find out
He has a wife and seven children at
2SV South Twentieth avenue, Omaha, but
ho hoa not been living with his family for
Fight Hesolta Serloasly.
Frank liubuc, a shackler at the Omaha
Packing cuinpany's plant, received a dan
gerous and very painful Wound yesterday
morning s the result of a quarrel on the
beef killing floor. , lie and a man named
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In Tolling Up the Sybieiu of Conva
lescents from Exhausting Diseases,
fn Cleansing the Entire System.
In Nourishing the WornouU
In Rounding Out th Thin, Peaked
Face of Children.
In Building up on their Little Bodies
the Desirable Pink and White Flesh,
snd . ,
In Dotting their Cheeks with the
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liuf. IL V, Cauiyboil, 1-lucoin. Neu.
peorge Breckner, a beef butcher, had
some' words over a trifling matter and
Bubuo Is said; to have grown angry and
begun' an asaault on Breckner. The at
ter had his killing knife In his hand and
he threw this up to. ward off a blow and
the sharp blade severed the arteries and
tendons -of. Bubuc's wrlBt. Breckner la a
young man, living at Twelfth and Polk
Streets. Bubuc- was taken to the South
Omaha hospital, where his wounds re
Record Month for Cattle.
The present week in , the South Omaha
f yards la counted one bf the largest for
cattle shipments In the year. The month
of April this year has been a record
breaker for the number of cattle shipped
to the South Omaha market. It Is ex
pected that fully 100,000 head will be sold
before the close of the month. The rea
son for the large sale Is said to be the con
dition of the range and the high prices of
feed. Also the good condition of the mar
ket accounts for large shipments.
I A. Davis and Wife Celebrate.
L. A. Davis and wife celebrated their
eleventh wedding anniversary at their
South Omaha residence Wednesday even
ing. A card party was tendered to a num
ber of their guests. The guests from South
Omaha were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Van
Dusen, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. H. Sla
baugh. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clary, Miss
I Lu Hunt, Miss Atwood and Miss Stebblns.
The guests from Omaha were: E. B.
J Branch. W. 8. Heller, W. H. Mallory, J.
F. Wagner, A. A. uucnanan. Max Lanaow
and their wives, Mr. ' Borgen and Mrs.
Thomas Sloan of Pender.
Lineup for Ball Game.
The following lineup of the Hoctors and
Bellevue college who play at Duffy's park
Crossman Catch Shamblln
i Harts First.. ibidoi
Bohman Second Kennedy
i Ijirson Short. Fletcher
ifohI Third Clark
Kearns Left Von Cleare
Hamblin : Center ....Angus
Gow Right Whltlock
co'darM Pitch Cavanaugh
gurley Pitch Hincle
Masle City Gossip.
Andrew Nelson was arrested yesterday
for petit larceny.
Prof J. A. McLean will lead ths meeting
of the Lelnads at t o'clock.
One of J. S. Cooper's annual horse sales
will take place at the yaro April SO and
Tne South Omaha High school base ball
team will play in PlttUsuioulu this after
nuuu. Joseph Blaka Is lamenting the fact that
the city leased his pound to the Parker
Cement and Artificial btone company. It
waa formerly located at Twenly-eihih and
Henry H. Mitchell was arrested for petit
larceny and subjected to a fine of $5 and
Mrs. J. N. Orr underwent an operation
at the Omaha General hospital yesterday,
bhe la the motner of J. H. Baker.
A daily tine does not keep Mrs. Hurley
from berating her neighbors. She waa
again arrested yesterday and lined IX
The Woman's Christian Temperance union
will meet with Mrs. Complon Tuesday,
April . at loot North Tweiity-llilrd street.
Rev. J. W. Hilton will conduct the aerv
loes of the Christian cnurch at the Ancient
Order of I'nltoJ Workruen temple Sunday
morning and evening. The morning them
will be "The Victorious Struggle." The
evening toplu la "What Shall 1 lx With
p. J. Lewis was fined o and costs for
using abusive language on the street. lie
was berating his colored companion. He U
a white man.
Al Trapp underwent a serious operation
with the hope of stopping the ravages of
an ulcer of the cheek, lie la In the South
The Cudahy Packing company Is making
a small addition to its offices by raising
the building formerly used for the whole
sale market one story.
William S. Tolden. 804 North Thirty
sixth street, reports the birth of a daugh
ter Charles MUes. 64 South Thirty-first,
reports the birth of a daughter.
The Junior-senior debate took place at
the Souui umana nign h-iiwi ,mi u w
Thursday evening In honor of her four
teenth birthday. A dainty luncheon was
served to the guests.
Aggie Konerts, colored, was arrested for
having atolep a watch and chain and a
revolver, together with a few other ar
ticles while employed as a domestic In the
home of Nathan Gunther some months
ago. The girl waa not Bunpected, but Mrs.
Ounther located her property, the watch,
which a stranger was wearing. The watch
was traced through several parties to the
BETTFR MEN FOR WARSHIPS
Kavy Department Reports Fewer
Desertions Because of lllRher
I U V
elded In favor of the senior. T
turn of tne graauaieu incoiit u
ui.i Lucy Loechner, X.-04 K street, en-
teiiaiued a nuuilwr of ber Intimate fneuJs
The Navy department la much encour
aged with the work of the recruiting
officers in the west. In speaking of this
matter Lieutenant Commander H. B. Wll
Bon of Washington, D. C, who waa In
Omaha on an Inspection tour of the re
cruiting stations for the navy, of which he
has general charge, said: "The percentage
of desertions In the navy Is rapidly dimin
ishing, which Is owing to ,the excellent
material we are now obtaining, partlcularly
from the weBt and such stations as
Lieutenant Wilson Is also authority for
the statement that the Navy department
has Just completed a very fine series of
moving pictures of the naval maneuvers
and firings In the West Indies, which are
to be exhibited throughout the west for
the purpose of stimulating an Interest In
naval enlistments. These views will shortly
be exhibited In Omaha and many Ne
braska and other western cities.
A detachment of 2C0 men of the ynlted
States navy posaed through Omaha by
special train over the Union Pacific Wednes
day evening en route from Norfolk, Va.,
training station for San Francisco for as
signment to the big, new armored cruiser
California, which will shortly go Into com
mission. The detachment was In charge
of Captain R. 8. Nicholson, 17. S N.
The battleship Nebraska will be ready
for sea June 1. The name of the com
mander of the battleship has not yet been
divulged by the naval board. The Ne
braska will require a crew of approximately
W0 men. and these will be assembled dur
ing the coming few weeks.
SCHOOL DISTRICT MUST PAY
Coart of Appeals I'pholds Jndge
Manger In Dakota fannty
The United States circuit court of ap
peals has just Issued a mandate affirming
the decision of Judge W. H. Munger In the
case of Edward H. Chapman and others
agnlnst school district No. of Dakota
county, Nebraska, whereby the plaintiff
was awarded Judgment of .!t2t 19 in a
school bond controversy. School bonds to
the amount of rs.OOO were Issued by the
school district for the purpose or erecting
school buildings, but It appears that a
normal achool was built rather than a
public achool. to which s.rnie of the tax
payers of the district ol.Jt-cted. A portion
of the bonds were purchaswl by William
Bostwlck. who died some time thereafter,
and his administrator, Chapman and
others brought suit to recover on the
bonds after default had been made in pay
ment The school district resisted the payment
of the bonda on the ground the money
resulting from the sale of the bonds had
been diverted to other purposes than
originally Intended, and put up the further
defense that the bonds were Illegally is
sued, the election fraudulent and the entire
proceedings were otherwise invalid and of
no efToct. The case finally came to the
United States circuit court before Judge
Munger and on August IT, 3o4. a judgment
waa rendered In favor of Chapman for
S6.K4.ls. The school district appealed the
case and the mandate Just received from
the circuit court o appeals affirms the
Judgment of the (owe-- court and the ecuooi
district will have to ilny uu
TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST
Futortte of roadee Freibjterisn (hurch
Vacant Last of Vonta.
DR. HUNTER GOES TO BELLEVUE
Bishop Coadjator Williams W ill Make
HlaAnnnal Visitation to St.
The pastorate of the Dundee Presbyterian
church. Fiftieth street and Underwood ave
nue, ends with the month of April, where
fore tomorrow will mark the close of
the administration of the present incum
bent. Rev. Thomas K. Hunter. Rev. Mr.
Hunter is to take up work as field sec
retary for Bellevue college and the formal
announcement of the vacancy which will
exist In the pulpit will be made at the
morning service. A successor to Rer. Mr,
Hunter remains to be appointed.
Rev. Dr. A. A. PfanstlchI of Highland
park, Chicago, will deliver both morning
and evening sermons tomorrow at the
WVatmlnster Presbyterian church. The
call extended by this congregation to Rev.
Mr. Fulton of Point Breete, Pa., has prac
tically been accepted, but It will prob
ably bo another week before the new pas
tor can arrive.
Bishop Williams will make his annual
visitation to 9t. Barnabas', church Sunday
at 11 o'clock a. m. to administer tho
sacrament of confirmation. He will also
preach and celebrate the offerings special
for the bishop's charitable work..
Music at First Methodist:
Preludo In C Minor Duncan
Anthem Rejoice Greatly Woodward
yuarlet Magnificat In B Flat Marks
First MethodlRt Quartet
Prelude Frologue J. H. Rogers
Anthem twlth obllgato solo for so
prano) O, Come, Let us orshlp..
Mrs. J. H. Jennison and Choir.
Offertory Nocturne Wermann
Quartet (melpdy In tenor) Song Land
Fair Over There Havens
First Methodist Quartet.
Postlude March In E Flat Abernethy
Mrs. Jennison, soprano; Mrs. Anderson,
alto: Mr. Conkllng, tenor; Mr. Krats, bass;
Mrs. Anna II. Andrews, organist, Lee U.
E. H. Bovell will sing "Nature's Adora
tion" (Beethoven), at Trinity Methodist
church, Twenty-second and Btnney, Sun
day morning service. In the evening Miss
Fannie McHugh and W. B. Graham will
sing a duet and Mrs. W, J. Hammlll a
Music at ths First Congregational church,
Nineteenth and Davenport streets:
Prelude Canaonetta Parker
Anthem Show Me Thy Ways Roberts
Offertory Le Cygne Salnt-Saens
Anthem To Thee Do I Lift Lp My Soul
Postlude March in D Ouilmant
Prelude Volkslled Wolstenholme
Anthem Savior, Again to Thy Dear
Quartet Hearken Unto My Voice, O
Offertory Night Song Vogt
Postlude .. Callaerts
An Incidental soprano solo In each of, the
three anthems will be sung by Miss Vera
Allen. Mr. Martin W. Bush, organist; Mr.
Ira B. Pennlman, director.
The woman's auxiliary of the Church of
St. Philip the Deacon will serve dinner
and have a sale of fancy and useful ar
ticles at Fraternity hall. Fourteenth and
Dodge streets. Monday, April S, from noon
until 11 p. m.
Religious song services will be held under
the auspices of the Hebrew singer and
composer, Rev. A. A. Rosenbloom, on Sun
day evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the Congre
gation Beth. Hamedrosh Hogodol church.
Murlc at First Baptist church, under the
direction of Miss Margaret Boulter, or
ganist: MORNING, 10:30.
Prelude ; Salome
Anthem Te Deum Buck
Orpan Offertory Wolstenholme
Trio Jifst as I Am Lestle
Mrs. L. T. Sunderland. Miss ' Faw
cett and Mr. J. McCreary.
Prelude .'. Dubois
Anthem I Will Lift Mine Eyes to the
Organ Offertory Phlnnev
O. W. Manchester.
Mrs. L. T. Sunderland, soprano; Miss
Alice Fawcett. contralto: Mr. John Mc
Creary, tenor; Mr. G. W. Manchester, bass.
Rev. Frank L. Loveland. pastor of First
Methodist church. Twentieth and Dnven
port streets, will deliver the fourth sermon
In the series on "Twentieth Century Prob
lems," on Sunday evening at I o'clock, on
the subject, "The Problem In Yellow-the
Books and Papers on Our Tables; the In
fluence of Good or Bad Literature; Tales
Told by Our Public Libraries: the Relation
of Pulpit and Press to Civilisation."
Rev. H. J. Klrschsteln. pastor of the
North Side Christian church has been
confined to his home with a severe attack
of la grippe and was unable to fill the
pulpit last Sunday. Dr. Caldwell will oc
cupy his place at both services today.
At the First Presbyterian church Rev.
Edwin Hart Jenks is giving a series of
addresses on religion as expressed In art,
poetry and song. Last Sunday evening ths
subject waa Raphael's picture, "The Trans
figuration," and this week is an evening
with Tennyaon, centering around "Cross
ing the Bar." May t is a stereoptlcon lec
ture on Rome.
Y. W. C. A Notes.
Mrs. S. R. Towne will speak at the Bun
day afternoon gospel meeting of the as
sociation at 4:30 on the subject "Hoe. a
as Literature." Mrs. Joe Hardin will
sing. A special Invitation Is given to all
women In the city. Lunch served at 6:3-)
for those attending church services In the
The Young Women's Fellowship club of
the association will hold a reception at
the rooms Thursday evening, April t, at
SeYen Cures Grip and
Doctor's Book Free.
Send for Dr. Humphreys' Manual,
144 pages teeming with Information on
care of the sick and the treatment and
crre of Disease bj Or. Humphreys'
Humphreys' Uoraea. Medlelue Co.. Cor.
WUUaiu aud Juha Utreeis, New York,
I n'rliwk. In honor of M! Scliwclts-r, who
has recently romi here h xtenltm arc-r-tHry,
11 nd Mrs. IV V. M.-rrow, chulrnvi-i
of the extendi. m commltt"e. All member
of the club are requested to lw present
and bring their friends. A very Joily even
ing I being planned by the. committees 111
The young women of the Nebr.iskn Cot
ton Glove company nre now meeting onco
a week at the noon hour, under the leader
ship of the extension seeret.irv, for song
service and a helpful tulk. with an occa
sional bit of fun Interspersed. A recrea
tion clnh will j.rnlwihly he orteinlted at no
early date to plan for Saturday afternoon
outings this summer.
The noon- song services are sgn'n being
held at the factories of M. E. Smith ei
Co. and the Byrne-Hammer Pry Goods
company. The association workers are
glad to know that these noon meetings,
as well as the social gatherlnas held at
the rooms, are much appreciated by the
Park Forest Chapel. Twelfth and Domin
ion Sunday school at t.
Ontario 8treet Chapel." Eighteenth and
Ontario Sunday school at 8.
Grand View Baptist Suntlny school.
Fourth and Cedar, G. D. Maddison, Sup
erintendentMeets at 8:30 p. m.
Calvary Baptist Branch, Thirty-fourth
nnd Seward Sunday, 8:30 p. m., Bible
school; Friday, 8 p. m., gospel service. .
Walnut Hill Methodist Episcopal, Forty
first and Charles, E. E. Hoeinan, Pastor
10:) a. m., sermon by the pastor; theme:
Vnlty. Seventeenth and Cass. Rev. New
ton Mann, Minister Service at 10:30; ser
mon, "Fidelity in Little Things:" Sunday
achool at noon.
Bethany Branch, SS4 Leavenworth Sun
day school at 3:U0 p. m. Gospel meeting
Thursday at 8;00 p. m. Industrial school
Saturday, 10:00 p. m.
"Lnder the Eye of God;" 12 noon, Sunday
school; 6:16 p. m., Epworth league bllile
study; 7:80 p. m.. sermon by the pastor;
theme: "The Over Coming of Evil.'1
Westminster Presbyterian, Twenty-nlntli
and Maaon-v-Mornlug and evening services
will be held, with sermons by Rev. A. A.
PfanstlchI of Highland Park, Chicago.
Purkvaie Congregational, Thirty-nrst and
Gold Sunday school at 3; preaching by
Rev. H. L. Mills at 4 on "Our Duty To Our
Own Church." Christian Endeavor at 6.
Church of the Living God, College Hall,
Nineteenth and Furnam Streets Discoui Be
at 8 p. m.; topic, "The Two Temples;''
'Millennial Dawn" Bible study, 7:30 p. in.
Nortn Side Christian, 'twenty-second
and Locust, H. J. Klrchstein, Pastor Dr.
Caldwell will preach at 10:30 a. in. and 8
p. m. Bible school at noon. Christian En
ueavor at b:i p. m.
Plymouth Congregational, Twentieth and
Spencer, F. W. Leavlll. Minister Srvice
at 10.30 and 7:3u; morning sermon tuple.
'1 he Homelike Church"; evening, "A
ruejiu 01 tne iiing.
Castellar Street i'resbvterian. Sixteenth
and Castellar, Walter H. Reynolds, Pastor
Preaching at 10:30 and 8 by the pastor.
o" sciiooi, wun orcnestra, at noon,
Endeavor society at 7.
Swedish Methodist Episcopal, Nineteenth
and Burt; Peter Munson, Pastor Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and Jus) p. m.; Sunday
scnool at 10; bible study at 4:30; young
people's meeting at 6:3a
First Church of Christ Scientist, Twenty-fifth
and Farnam (Chajnbers' building)
bunday school at :46 a. m., Sunday serv
ices at 11 and 8; subject of lesson sermon,
German Evangelical Lutheran. Rt Paul k
Twenty-eighth and Parker, Rev. H. Holla.
Pastor Morning service at 10 text, John
xvl;6:16; subject, "The Office of the Holly
Spirit.'.' No service In the evening.
First Reformed, Twenty-third and Cen
tral Boulevard. Rev. F. S. Zaun Castor-
Sunday school at 8.30, preaching service at
11 and 8; sermon subject for morning,
luoiairy , enrisiian fenaeavor at 7.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Forty-fifth
and Grant, R. L. Purdy, Pastor Services
at 10:30 a. m. and b p. m.; Sunday school
at noon; Christian Endeavor at I p. m.;
midweek service Wednesday at 8 p. m.
St. Paul's Episcopal, Thirty-second and
California, Rev. K. G. B. Browne, Priest
In Charge Holy euchariat, 7:46 a. m, Sun
day school, 8:46 a. m. Holy eucharist and
sermon, 11 a. m. Evening, (Florence), 7:45
First United Evangelical, Franklin, near
Twenty-fourth, Rev. Q A. Deck, Pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship at 11
a. m. Theme: "The Spirit of Worship."
Christian Endeavor, 7. p. m.; worship, I
Hillside Congregational, Thirtieth and
Ohio, Rev. H. L. Mills, Pastor Services at
10:30 and 8:00. Morning sermon: "Our Duty
to Our Own Church."- Evening: "God's
Love for Us." Sunday scnool at noon.
Christian Endeavor at 5.
Trinity Cathedral, Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth, The Very Rev. George A.
Beecher, Dean Holy communion at la. m.;
Sunday school and Bible class at 8:45 a. m.;
morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.;
evening prayer aud sermon at 8 p. m.
Kountxe Memorial Lutheran, Rev. John
E. Hummon, Pastor Services at 10:30 a.
m. ; subject, "God's Great Love;" evening
services at 8 o'clock; subject, "Almost Per
suaded;" Christian Endeavor and Luther
league devotional meeting at 7 p. m.
Grace Baptist, Tenth and Arbor, B. F.
Fellman, Pastor 10:45 a. m., morning
theme, "The Summer Sabbath:" 12 m.. Sun.
siay achool; 7 p. m., young people's prayor
meeting, lenoer, miss carison; 7:46 p. m.,
monthly song service, rendered by a chorus
of thirty voices.
Third Presbyterian, Twentieth and
Leavenworth, Rev. Joseph B. Cherry, ph
D., Pastor Preaching by the pastor at
10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; men's prayer meet
ing at 10:10 a. m. ; men's Bible class at 12;
Sunday school at 8 p. m.; Christian En
deavor at 7 p. ra.
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and
Nicholas, A. 8. C. Clarke, D. D., Pastor
Morning service at 10:30, subject, "The
Dally Cross"; evening service at 8. rRev
Charles E. Bradt, I). D.. secretary of
Board of Foreign Missions, will speak.
Sunday school at 12.
First Congregational, Nineteenth and
Davenport Rev. Dr. F. S. Stein will con
duct services at 10:30 and 7:30, Sunday
school at 12, Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
Strangers especially Invited. Morning toplo
of sermon and music, "Special Providence" ;
evening topic, "The Religious Nature of
Man." ' .
Bt Mark's. English Lutheran, Twentieth
and Burdette, L. Uroh, Pastor 10:45 a. ra.,
"The Old Gospel Ever New to the New
Born." p. m. sermon by Rev. A. C. Gaebe
leln of New Yerk. Sunday school at 12 m.
Young people, 7:16 p. m. At S p. m. the
pastor, L. Groh, will preach at lmnianuel
Dundee Presbyterian, Fiftieth and Under
wood, Thomas K. Hunter, Pastor Morning
worship at 10:3u, evening worship at 8,
Sabbulh school at noon, Junior Endeavor
at 3 45. Senior Endeavor at 7, prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at 8. The pulpit
will formally be declared vacant at luo
Trinity Methodist Episcopal, J. Ran
dolph Smith, Pastor Morning worship with
Sermon, 10:80; subject, Lesaons from the
Forty Days: "The Mountain Top and the
Mountain Truth;" evening Service, 7:3u,
with sermon and special music; subject,
Bible Parables Applied: "The Parable of
Success and Failure."
First Baptist, Twenty-ninth Avenue and
Harney, Rev. J. W. Conley, D. D., Pastor
Services at 10:30 a. in. and . IM p. m.
Morning sermon: "Where to Place the
Emphasis tn Religion." Evening: "Agree
ments and Differences Betweeu Unitarians
and Trinitarians." bunday school at noon.
Young people meeting at (.30 p. m.
Central United Presbyterian, Comer
Twenty-fourth and Dodge, R. B. a. Mo
Bride, D. D.. Pastor Morning worship at
li:3o, "The Great Protection." Evening
worship at 8:u0, "A Burning Question With
Christians." Men's league prayer meeting
at 10:18. Sabbath school at noon. Teacher's
meeting and young people's meeting at
7 :00 p. m.
McCabe Methodist Episcopal, Fortieth
and Farnam, F. P. Cook. Castor Morning
nreaching service, ll:oo a. m. Evening
service, 8:0u p. m. Sunday schuol, 10:00
a. m. Junior league. 3: p. m. Epworth
league, 7:oo p. 01. prayer meeting and
Buniiay school lesson study Thursday, h ixt
p. in. Third quarterly meeting. May 6,
11 :00 a. m.
Immanuel Baptist, Twenty-fourth and
Blnney. Phlletus H. McDonnell, Pastor
At 8:46 a. m. special meeting of
the Praying band; morning worship at 10:3u,
subject, "God s First Plan and Bust Re
jected;" gospel service at 8 p. m. ; Bible
school at noon; Baptist Young Peoples
union at 7; Wednesday evening prayer
meeting at 8.
First Presbyterian, Dodge and Seven
teenth. Edwin Hart Jenks, I). D., Pastor
Morning service at 10 3o; evening service
af 7:3u. Tills will be the se. uijl of the
course of Sunday evening dlscmrses on
poetry and art. Tne subject for this
evening will be "Crossing the Bar." Sun
day school at noon; young people's meet
ing at 4.15 p. m.
Having purchased for spot cash Rt our
tiwn price the entire slock of 1111 custom
dir.ler who la reHriiiki from business, wo
wtH offer for the next'ton days the most
unprecedented plnno btirpalns ever nt
ttinpted. These pianos are nil curef ullly
selected, hlsh urnde Instruments, nnd lire
puaranteed from ten to twenty years, both
by the makers nnd ourselves.
If You Need a Piano,
Now Is Your Chance
If you haven't the cash, we alll sell you on the ensy payment plan
and mnke the terms as low as f 5.00 per month. lo not delay until the
best Instruments have been sold, but call at once nnd make your selec
tion, and If not Just ready to take It let us set it aside for you. In this
elegant stock of pianos can be seen the STEINWAY, the piano without a
rival, used and preferred hv the greatest living ftrtists and scientists.
Also a full line of the famous STKOKR A SONS. KMKKSON'. llAHO
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In all the rare woods, In double veneered rases, Ivory keys, handsomely
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if you are living st a distance nnd unable to attend this great
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We Bhlp pianos everywhere and guarantee complete satisfaction. $10
cash will bring a beautiful new upright piano to your home. Why not
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Pr S. The public Is cordially Invited to attend the next Pianola
and Song Recital, given In our Auditorium next Wednesday afternoon.
May 1, 3:30. Admission free.
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