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TIIE OMAJIA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 6. 1003.
TOPICS OF THE DAT OF REST
Eatire PtnUa Hijiiriaa Will Speak
at CavsUllar Church.
HAS8COU PASS CHURCH RE0PEN3
JsTethoeUrta Will Hel4 tfnUI
leva n Oealoa of Ctmpletiaj
Fairs to TTiMr A od I to
ri a a Basilar.
The opening f the campmtin; at 8ev
nth and Bancroft trotta. In Rlverview
park, waa marked by an address by Evan
gelist Edwards on John the Baptist He
told now John the Baptist Introduced in
carnate religion Into the world. The at
tendance waa good. Mr. Kdwards wlU
preach every night. Workera (rum other
atatee wlU help in the day meetings, which
will be conducted all day Sunday.
Jesse Malek-Tonan, M. D., a native of
Persia, will apeak Sunday morning at 10:30
at the Caetellar Presbyterian church. Dr.
Yonan la a graduate of Kush Medical col
lege and has practiced his protrusion
among his countrymen. He la said to tell
a marvellous story of conditions In Persia.
The reopening of ttie auditorium of the
Hanscom Park Methodist church after ex
tensive repairs will be the special feature
of the services there Sunday. A good por
tion of the cost of Improvements has been
met, and the balance will be provided for
at some future date. The pastor, Rev. B.
Bcott Hyde, will preach both morning; and
'Hov. F. La. Loveland of the First Meth
odist church has returned from his vaca
tion and Is now In full charge of work lu
the church. He will preach both mumlng
and evening. The full choir of Torty-flve
voices will also be In Its usual place Sun
day. The Woman's society of the First Bap
tist church met foi1 missionary work Fri
day, with luncheon at U:15 o'clock. The
regular devotional meeting was held at 2
o'clock, followed by a program of musical
Interest, conducted by .Mrs. Louis W.
Edwards. The program waS:
WORK IN MEXICO.
Mrs. Louia W. Edwards, leader.
History of Mexico Mrs. W. B. Howard
Mexican Matrons Mrs. McLeod
Flagellation ceremony Mr. Edwards
Mexico Mrs. Kalrden
Spanish song, "I-a Paloma,"
Miss Alice Gates
Accompanied by Miss Boulter.
Stations and Woikers Mrs. Edwards
A Plra for Mexico (verses) Z. P. Edwards
Reading Mrs. R. E. Sunderland
Violin solo Miss Wilma Howard
Prayer for Missions In Mexico
Regular services will be resumed at Tem
ple Israel September 11, which Is the date
set for the opening of the regular Friday
evening services. The opening of the regu
lar Sundny school services is set for Sep
tember 12 at 10:30 and the opening of the
religious school September IS at 10 a. m.
The post-conflrrrants at 10:46 o'clock. The
annual meeting of the congreagatlon will
be held September 20 at 2:30 p. m. New
year's services will be held September
tl I p. m., and September M at 10 a. m.
The aervtaea for the day of atonement will
be held October 4 at I p. m.. and October
5 at I JO a. m.
. M. C. A. FleXfea.
Physical oiamtnatlcn for entrance to
gymnaalum olaseea will begin next Mon
day. The oar-tains of the membership commit
te nt the Boye' department wlU hold a
banquet Monday erenrng.
Friday evening, Bpe:nbT 1, the commit
teemen's banquet of the Beys department
will take place In the association build
ing. A gymnasium team of sixteen men will
go to Fremont Thursday to put on an ex
hibition at the opening of the new Young
Men s Christian association building at that
The educational department has now
completed plans for the coming fall s work.
The schedule of classes Is ready and reg
istrat'nn for class work has begun. Octi
ber K is the date on which regular work
A training class for Elble teachers 'Is
belnB condue'ed Friday venlngs at 8
nclnck in the association building. Any
8urday school teachers desiring to enroll
in this course may qonsult I- T. Cross man,
religious work director.
A new parlor croquet table has been
Installed in the Boys' department, making
three croquet games now possible at one
time. The boys' game-room Is growing In
popularity and another table Is now being
constructed to meet the demands of the
C. T. Bowers, field secretary of the
Gideons, a national urbanisation of Chris
tian traveling men, will sneak 8unday aft
ernoon at the men's meet'ng at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Bowers is a man of wide experience,
whose constant association with business
men qualifies him as an especially Inter
esting speaker to men. All men are In
vited. The Omaha Young Men's Christian
association was represented at the
state fair athletic meet, which took
place at Lincoln during fair week. Hiiih
Wallace took second place In the 100-yard
dash and the pole vault. Paul Anthea took
second In the broad jump, and Campbell
took second place In the ZM-yard dnsh and
in the 445-yard dnsh.
Mr. Denison, Mr. Cunningham and the
boys who have been rampmg at Valley
returnel Friday. Mr. ltoninon states that
this was the best hoys' camp for years,
and the boys themselves feel that the
time which they have had would be hard
to beat. Therrc was fishing, baseball, swim
ming and all other sports tht make real
camp life. For diversion the boys gave
Dr. King. who returned from camp
Wednesday, and aln Mr. Denlson. a good
ducking nnd otherwise varied the usual
E. A. Merwln, physl.nl director at Tng
Beach, Cat, wen ainonp; the recent vlaitors
et the association. He was on the wav
home from the cast, where he had been
in attendance at the national rifle shoot
as one of the conteMants. Mr. Merwln has
visited all the larger association buildings
In the ent and west, and after seeing the
new buildings here, he said that in point
of equipment and general plans of the
building Omaha has one of the best, if
not the best, association homes In the
country. He. especially complimented Oma
ha on Its swimming pool, bath facilities
All Saints Full services with the choir
will be resumed Sunday. Early celebra
tion of the holy communion, 7:30 a. m.;
morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m.
Union Oospel Mission, 1321 Douglas Even
ing service at 7:46. Evangelist B. C. Green
man and A. A. Comb will speak. There will
be special music. All are invited to attend.
First Presbyterian, Dodge and Seven
teenth, Kev. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D.,
Pastor Morning service at 10:30, Sunday
school at noon, Christian Endeavor meet
ing at 6:30 p. m.
Swedish Methodist, Nineteenth and Burt
Sunday will be devoted to the missionary
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cause and Rev. Peter Munson will preach
at 11 and S. Sunday school at 10 and
young people's meeting at 7 p. m.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Twenty
fifth and Farnam. Chambers Building-
Sunday school at t.Vi a. m. Sunday serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Subject of lesson-sermon,
"Man." Evening services will
Kountse Memorial Lutheran, Rev. John
E. Hummon, Paator Services, with holr
communion, at 11 a. m ; Sunday school at
t.ii a. m. No evening service until October
1. Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor at 7 o clock.
McCsbe Methodist Episcopal, Farnam and
Fortieth, J. Narver Gortner. Pastor
Preaching; by the pastor at 11 a. m. end at
t p. m. ; morning theme, "Man's Obliga
tions;" evening theme, "Was Jesus Men
Qerman Immajinel Baptist. Twenty
fourth and Blnney, F. Raebel. Pastor
Morning service at 11 o'clock; evening ser
vice, 8 o'clock; Sunday, 10 a. m.; Baptist
Young People's union, 7 p. m. Church ded
ication, September 13.
First Congregational, Nineteenth and
Davenport, Hev. Frederick T. Rouse, Pas
torRegular services 10:30 a. m.; sermon by
Rev. F. 8. Stein of Lincoln, topoc, "The
Folly and Sin of Worry." Young people s
society at 7 p. m. No other evening serv
ices. St. Mark's English Lutheran, Twentieth
and Burdette, L. Groh, Pastor Services
Sundqy: 10 30 a. m., holy communion,
"Jesus-Supping With Cs;" 8 p. m., "Not All
Converts Are Regenerated;" Sunday school
at 12 in.; Young People's meeting at 7:16
Dundee Presbyterian Morning worship at
10:3if, at which Rev. J. A. McKee of Chi
cago, field secretary of the American Bi
ble society, will preach. The pastor. Rev.
Henry Qulckenden, will preach in the even
ing at 8. Sunday sohool al noon, Christian
Endeavor at 7.
Ixi we Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and
Nicholas Morning service. 10:30 a. m. Dr.
McOifftn has returned from his vacation
and will preach and Mr. Barton resumes
ids duties as musical director. Sunday
school. 12 noon; Social Christian Endeavor
Society, 7 p. in.
First Methodist Episcopal, Twentieth and
Davenport, Dr. Frank L. Loveland, Pastor
worsniD at 10:30 a. m. ana s p. m. n
pastor Dreachea at both services. Mornln
theme. "The Growth and Expansion
Idea;'' night, "The Foundation ot Lite in
Fact and Fable."
First Christian, Twenty-Sixth and Har
ney, S. D. Dutcher. Pastor Bible school
at noon, W. A. DeBord. superintendent;
preaching at 10:30 a. m. and p. m.; Chris
tian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Sermon subjects,
"Our Vision and Work." and "Is the Gos
pel God's Final Word to Man?"
Church of St. Philip, the Deacon, North
Twenty-first, near Paul. Rev. John Albert
Williams. Rector Twelfth Sunday after
Trinity. Holy communion, 7:30 a. m.; Ma
tins, 10:30 a. m.; Holy communion and ser
mon. 11 a. m. ; Sunday school and cate
chism, 12:45 p. m. No evening service.
Church of the Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt, Rev. R. T. Bell, Paator Preach
ing at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabbath
school at noon; Christian Endeavor So
ciety at 7 p. m. ; prayer meeting and Bible
study on Wednesday at 8 p. m. Rev. F.
W. Foster will conduct the preaching services.
Hillside Congregational, Thirtieth and
Ohio. Rev. Herbert L. Mills. Pastor Mom
lug service at 10:30, followed by Lords
supper; Sunday school at noon; Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. m.; 8 o'clock the evening
service, dropped during August, will be
resumed, with sermon by tho pastor and
special music by the choir.
Central United Presbyterian, Twenty,
fourth and Dodge, R. B. A. McBrlde, D
D.. Pastor Morning worship at 10:30. Ser
mon subject, "The Office and Work of
the Holv SDlrit:" evening worship at 8.
Sermon subject, "The Parable of the Un
merciful Servant." Sabbath school at
noon; Christian Union at 7.
North Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hlgbee, Pastor Morning worship at
10:80 o'clock, theme, "The Knowledge of
God;" Sabbath school at V2 m.; Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor at
7 p. m.; evening worship at 8. Theme.
"Viewing and Reviewing God's Provi
dence;" People's meeting Wednesday at
8 p. m.
First Baptist, Twenty-ninth Avenue and
Harney. Rev. J. W. Conley, D. D., Pastor
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; morn
ing sermon, "The Right Kind of Faith;"
evening, "The Friendliness of Jesus." Sun
day school at noon. Young people's meet
ing at 6:30. Bethany branch First Baptist,
SS36 Leavenworth. Sunday school, 6 p. m.
Gospel meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
Grace Lutheran, 1322-1326 Sotlth Twenty
Sixth, M. L. Melick, Pustor Church serv
ices at 10:46 a. m. and 8 p. m.: morning
subject, "The Range of Prayer; evening
subject, "The Life and Hymns of Ira D.
Bankey." A number of his best hymns will
be rendered at this service. Sunday school
at 12:15 and Luther league at 7 p. m.
Prayer and teachers' meeting on Wednes
Castellar Presbyterian, South Sixteenth
and Castellar, Ralph II. Houseman, Pastor
Public worship at 10:30, Dr. Jesse M. Yo
nan, a native of Persia, will speak. Even
ing service at 8 o'clock. Theme, "Chris
tianity or What?" Bible school, 12 noon;
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. The Park
Forest and Ontario chapels conduct Sun
day school session at 3 o'clock each Sun
Grace Baptist, Tenth and Arbor; B. F.
Fellman, Pastor 10:46 a. m., subject, "A
Distinction Between the Egyptians and
Israel;" 7:30 p. m., young people's meeting;
8 p. m., subject, "The Largest Significance
of the Passover." Sunday school number
1, Tenth and Arbor. 12 m.; Sunday school
number 3, Thirteenth and William, 2:.0
p. m.; Sunday school number 2, Fourth
and Cedar, 3:30 p. m.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal,
Twenty-Ninth and Woolworth Avenue, R.
Scott Hyde, Pastor The preaching services
will be held in the auditorium, which has
been closed two months for repairs. The
riastor will preach both morning and eve ti
ng. Morning theme, "Reasons for Optim
ism;" evening theme. "Waste and Wealth."
Special music at both services by a choir
of thirty voices, Lee G. Kratz, choirmaster.
Calvary Baptist, Twenty-Fifth and Ham
ilton, Rev. E. R. Curry, Pastor Services at
10:30 a. m. and 8 p. in. The Lord's supper
will be observed at the. close of morning
sermon, and hand of fellowship given to
new members. Bible school at noon, young
people's meeting at 7 p. m. ; Wednesday, 8
p. m., devotional service. Calvary Baptist
Branch. Thirty-Fourth and Seward Bun
day, 3:30 p. m.. Bible school; Friday, 8 p. m.,
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recommending It to their patients.
It is made from whole wheat, celery salt and flax 6eed, and guaranteed
under the pure food and drug act.
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SAVED HER BABY FROM WELL
Mother I.eapa After Child and Saves
It by a Desperate
With a mother's disregard of danger
when her offspring Is in peril and at the
risk of her own life, Mrs. J. B. Stephenson,
a frail, little woman who lives ten miles
southwest of Fulton, Mo., lowered herself
Into an eighteen-foot well, tavej her 2-ycar-old
child from drowning and cl mbet
to the top. holding the Infant In her teeth
by Its dress.
The babe was playing near the well top.
which had been left open, and stepped off
backward, falling Into the four feet of
water at the bottom.
Mrs. Stephenson heard the child's cry
and turned In time to see It fall. Rush
ing to the well, she grasped the Tops and
without a moment's hesitation shot to the
bottom, the rope whistling around the
Her quick action enabled her to rrrven'.
the little one's death In the chilled water.
and. holding the child In her arm, sh-
called to other children, who had followed
her to the well, to summon aid.
The father of the child was not at home,
nor were there any neighbors near by.
Fearing that she would be selied with
crampa if she remained In the cold water,
Mrs. Stephenson, In desperatian. fastened
her teeth in the baby's frock and climbed
the Jagged wall of the well with the aid
of the rope.
Mrs. Stephenson's feat was almost toi
much for her meager strength and slie sdd
afterward that she felt as if she must give
up when almost at the top. But for the
oldest of ths children she would have
With rare presence of mind, the little
girl, lying at full length, reached Into thb
well and grabbed the baby, thus lessening
the mother's burden. Summoning all of
her rapidly waning strength, Mrs. Stephen
son scrambled onto the ground and then
fell over In a dead faint.
Sha recovered before aid arrived and
staggered Into the house, clasping her
babe to her breast, gradually restoring the
warmth of life. She was weeping hys
terically when her husband reached home.
Fate aided Mrs. Stephenson In her her!c
plunge af.tr her child. As the force of the
UT hud saved the babe from in taut
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HE HARTMAN STORE tomorrow will present
a showing of new creations in homefurnishings
that will prove immensely attractive to the home-
loving people of Omaha. It's our FALL OPENING
DISPLAY. New ideas new designs, new styles the
best products of the best makers in the land.' Such a
grand array of artistic furnishings for the modern home
.was never before displayed in Omaha. And it is to be
shown in all its beauty and completeness tomorrow.
. Full swell front, largo
mirror, beautiful polish in
oak or mahogany, reduced
from $21.50 q60
VS., r-v i r m r i
RETURNED within 200
Miles On Purchases
)f $75 or over.
In polished golden oak finish
or mahogany finish. Fancy
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mirror. Regular sw n c
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sale price only
On All Purchases
Within 200 Mile3 of
Massive Couches. Upholstered in guaranteed
imported velours. Has full steel spring construc
tion; handsomely carved head and deeply top.
Price reduced for this sale 1A75
Colonial Library Table, made of
imitation quarter-sawed oak, highly
polished, . roomy top, spacious
drawer, massive fancy shaped f 148
legs. Price reduced to II
Elegant Iron Bed of above hand
some designs; , decorated chill , and
heavy posts; C15
The largest and most complete display of
really high grade Heaters, Stoves and Ranges
seen in Omaha in the great stove department of
our various branch stores will be seen the best
stoves of the best makers in the land. Among
these famous makers are the well and favorably
known firms: "Lincoln," "Peninsular,"
"Novelty," "Solar," and other makers who
enjoy world wide reputation.
Advance Sale of Heaters
Our1 special sale of heaters and ranges inaug
urated at our 22 stores one year ago created
widespread attention throughout Omaha. We
have sold fully five times as many heaters as on
any previous year at this time. At each one of
our 22 stores will be found this week the biggest
values offered in years such values as will be
impossible to obtain a month later.
Solid Oak Pedestal Extension
Tables. Large 45-inch top. Bril
liantly polished throughout. Ex
tends to 6 feet. 75
Special this sale at
Brussels Rug, 9x6; handsome colorings and
newest fall designs. Extra 58
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wannins; closets. Mailt tnrougnfi
of heavy, cold drawn stel.
Range on earth for the money.
Itugs, 12x9. . High
Oriental and floral
THE WORKING MAN'S WORD IS AS
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parties' IH-sk, made In
solid oak or Imitation ma
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partment, large drawer.
Extra well fin- sCfl
lshed. A tremend
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board. Very massive.
Adorned with elabor
ate carvings. Large
French mirror. Spec
ial price, T69
Dressers exactly like
cut serpentine fronts
extra large French
bevel mirror, in oak
or mahogany finish;
special this Q35
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Iron Bed, Spring and lattres. Bed Is
of attractive design, heavy posts and tub
ing. Mattress has soft top, topped edge.
Spring of the best pliable
woven wire. One of our
Solid Oak Buffet. Massive de
sign, beautifully carved orna
mentations, shapely top, French
Plato minor, large, room)
drawers and 1799
death, it also broke the force of tha
Had the mother wavered a moment be
fore entering the well the child would have
died, as Its light attlrs was soon soaked
through and carried the small body to
The water was so clear even at thf
depths of the well as to be almost trans
parent, Mrs. Stephenson afterward ex
plained, enabling her to snatch up the
little one on the Instant, she reached the
The fall had stunned the child, though.
and this fact again aided the mother, for
had the baby squirmed as Mrs. Stephenson
struggled In her hsnd-over-hand climb to
the top she surely would have topple.1
backward to her death. St. Uouls Republic.
CZi pound sulphate of iron (common cop
acid dissolved In one gallon of water will
effectually disinfect moldy cellars, musiy
garrets, kitchen sinks and other offensive
smelling plates. Flies and fleas will keep
away from Us vicinity. Poured In a defec
tive drain or cesspool, It will make same
odorless. Tha whole expense will not ex
ceed It cents.
TAKING CARE OF THE HAIR
Kmm Ohasaptto Bald to II One of
Best a Sorest flraasers
The essential needs of the hair are clean
liness, ventilation and friction. For some
strange reason few people are willing to
concede that the scalp requires lu be
washed often enough to keep It decently
rlean. Tut hair, should undoubtedly he
thoroughly shampooed every two week.
and even oftener If the head Is subjected
to mudi dubt, or if there Is an Inclination,
to dandruff Kggs make an excellent
clesntln medlun., and enough should be
used with plenty of hut water to make i
good, live siids ike soap. When the hair
is !n very lud enmU'.lun ure fuur rto-iii wliert
shampooing, rlrte will uiul ud twu or
threo more and rlni" again.
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