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TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST
Rev. W. XL Todd, Hw Third Presby
terian Tutor, Preache.
BE0THEEH0OD MEETS THURSDAY
1 rorawell Ratertalaneat Will B
nlve at Afdltorlam I'aOr
Auspice ( Koaat Me
Itiv. VV. E. Todd of Oadsden, Ala., who
hat been called to th pastoral of the
Third ITesbyterUn church, will preach hli
first ifrmon to the local congregation Sun
day morning. The Inatallatlon service will
b held November 20 at tha church. Mr.
Todd cornea to Omaha highly recommended
by ,thoe among whom he haa worked. He
waa stated clerk and treaaurer of the pree
bytery and chairman of the home missions
committee. Both the preabytery and the
Central Presbyterian church of Qadaden, of
which he waa paator, adopted reaolutlona
recommending him to tha favor of the
Omaha church and regretting bla departure
from that field.
The Brotherhood of the Third Presby
terian churoh will hold It aecond annual
banquet Thursday avanlng. The men of
the churoh and community will be present
at l: o'clock and hold an Informal re
ception for . the new paator. Rev. W. E.
Todd. The Preabyterlan mlnlaters of the
city will also ba present and take part In
the after-dinner speechea. The program
Rev. Nathaniel McOiffin. D. D., "Outside
Hev. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D., "The
Business Man and Bible Study."
Rev. W. U Fulton, l. I., "Wider Scope
of the Brotherhood.
A. D. Schermerhorn, "Tha Men of the
Hev. W. E. Todd, "Mailing the Idoal
A. C. ' Hansen, "The ladles."
Vocal and Instrumental music will be
Interspersed between tlio addresses.
The committee In charge of the affair
la A. Ct Hansen, William H. Pfetffer and
Robert K. Brown. .
On Invitation of Unity club, Robert F.
Gilder will tell of the results of his ex
cavations recently made at Bellevue and
Child's Point before the club and friends
at Unity church Monday evening. These
excavations are tha sequel to those made
by Mr. Glider two year ago to the north
cf Florence, which yhilded euch Important
discoveries. Tlio later finds, to be shown
Monday night. If less startling, ara of
curious interest s shedding light on the
life of men who trod these grounds agea
gj. The lecture will begin at o'clock.
Music at First liaptist church:
Prelude : Flagler
Anthem Te Drum KotMchinar
Response Black me r
Organ Offertory Guilmant
Solo The Ninety and Nine Campion
Prelude King Hall
Anthem Quartet. Selected
Response , Handel
Organ Offertory Wolatenholmc
Solo Imperfev.tus Blschoff
Miss Alice Hall.
Margaret Boulter, organist and director.
The Cromwell entertainment to be given
In. the Auditorium under the auspices of
tha Kountse Memorial Lutheran church
I well under way.. The trainer. Miss Lucy
Reninger of Washington, O. C, will be In
the city to take up her work Monday even
ing. November 18, when she will meet all
those who. will patlclpate In th entertain
ment.' Music at Hanscom Park Methodist Epis
Prelude Chorale .Boellman
Anthem Death Is Swallowed Up Marks
Offertoty In D-Flat Salome
Solo The Hesvenly Dream St. Quentin
Postlude March Impromptu Zadlna
Prelude Dudly Buck
Anthem, with Tenor Solo Maater. What
Shall I Do Bowea
Mr. Newell and Choir.
Offertory To a Wild Roee McDowell
Quartet Nearer, My God, to Thee. .. IJebe
Miss Woolf, Miss Westerfleld, Mr.
Newell and Mr. Lang.
Mr. Charles Zadina, organist; Mr. Lee G.
Children's day I now an eatabltshed in
stitution of the church, but the paator of
the Castellar Preabyterlan church la im
pressed with the need of a Parent's day.
By printed cards circulated at the homes
he Is announcing for next Sundsy morning
a ssrmon address entitled. "That, Boy Plus
" Hi Father." Th printed card reads in
part, "A 10 and more of these boys, young
A Most Valuable Agent.
The glycerin employed tn Dr. Plerc.
Medicine greatly enhance the medlainai
properties which It extract from native
medicinal root and hold tn solution
Much better than alcohol would. It
poamaant medicinal properties of Its own,
Mine a Talnabla demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic and antlfertnent. It add
greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry
bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, titona
root and Queen'i root, contained la
Golden Medical Discovery In subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,
throat and lnng affections, for all of which
thoe agents are recommended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all caes where there Is a wasting
avrsr of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
tomacTt. as In the early tugos of con
umrftihn. there can be no doubt that gly-
ts a valuable nutritive ana
ien Sell reot. Stone root.
t and Black Cherrybark la
I rest Ion and building tip the
rength. controlling the cough
i about a healthy condition
lo system. Of courso. It must
n-ted to work miracle. It will
nsumption exivpt In Its earlier
not be e
will f.p Very
Bate, nspg-rm, rnromi-, r-nign.".. nrimciiun
and laryri' V jfU'lhli A. auri chrome sora
tTlH'ti. tUlu hoaiieness In acute cough
II liiiotsoetlecUv. if It In the lingering
nans-on oonchs. or those of Ions standing.
van when aocompanled by bleeding from
lungs, that It ha performed its most
Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben
nett Med. College, Chicago, says of gly
cerine: " In dyspepsia It serves an exrellent uuiinw,
Holding a fixed quantity of the peroxide of
hydrogen in solution, it Is on of the best
manufactured products of the present time la
Its action upon enfeebled, disordered stom
achs, especially if there Is ulceration or c
sarrbal gastritis (catarrhal Inflammation of
tomach). It Is a most etflclent preparation.
Glycerine will relieve many esses of pyrosis
(heartburn) and excessive gastrio (stomach)
"Golden Medical D Iseo very " enriches and
purities th blood curina blotches, pimples,
ruptlona. scrofulous swelling and old sore,
Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N.
for free booklet telling aU about the native
snedlclnal mots ocmuosicg this wonderful
mere is no aiouooi in iu
Thnusht Thst Man Will Do
Thlr-gs." Sunday school at
and old, were preaent at last Sunday'a ses
slon of Castellar' Bible school. Next Sun
day morning at 10:3u the fatliera of these I
boys are asked to attend, and still other
Muslo at th North 8id Christian church:
Processional O, Paradise
Offertory Sentence All Things Com of
Anthem Seek ze th Lord
Dr. J. V. Robert
Mr. James Knight and choir.
Processional Cross of Jesus
From Stalner's "Crucifixion"
Response lord's Prayer, chanted and
Duet When Some Great Sorrow
Mrs. R. L. Clark and Mr. James Knight.
Alto Solo Only Remembered
Mrs. T. F. Wiles.
Reoesslonal Savior, Again to Thy Dear
Name We Raise
Mrs. H. J. Klrachsteln, organist and choir
Bishop Williams, Dean Beecher. Canon
Bell, Rev. Mr. Knickerbocker, Joaeph Bar
ker and Clement Chase will attend the
annual council of the sixth missionary
department of the Eplscopsl church at
Fargo, N. D., next week. Bishop Williams
Is to spesk at the mass meeting and Mr.
Chase is to speak at the banquet.
Cannot Go Together No Matter How a
Woman May Try to Make Them.
It does not matter how beautiful a woman
may b. if aha la afflicted with bad breath
h will b ahunned and pitied by men and
even women will studiously svold her.
If any woman doubts this statement let
- her make a point of asking a friend In
whom she may confide, a man friend or
relative. If he be honest he will tell her
that foul breath from th mouth of a
woman will drive mon from her more
rapidly than any other personal affliction.
Foul breath arouses tn man dlagust and
where thla quality Is brought Into play no
amount of self-denial or reasoning can
vercom the natural repugnance which
Cornel to man when he Is in company with
nch a woman.
What Is true of bad breath In woman is
not true In so great a degre In men. Wo
men are looked upon as the Incarnation of
sweetness, breed 'ng. vlrtua t.r.6 refinement.
Foul bre'tth will sicken a man so that he
cannot f -el for auch woman a companion
ship rteoeasary to make him desire to be in
her Curcpsny. i
There is absolutely no occasion for bad
breath In either men or women. Charcoal,
th strongest sbsorbent known, when taken
Into the stomach, will prevent tnls repug
nant tendency or affliction.
Stuart's Charcoal Losengos re sold in
tremendous quantities ail over America and
Canada. They cur and have cured all
form of bad breath. A single box will con
vince you of thla fact. On should est
sums of these loaenge after ech meal and
upon retiring. You might eat fifty of them
without harm. They are not medicine, but
pure willow charcoal mixed with aweet
honey to anaa them palatable and com
pressed into a loaeng to preserve their
psoullar and lasting strength.
Th next time you wish to go into com
pany and don't want your foul brssth tn
humiliate you. at seversl of Stuart's Char
coal Lossnge and your breath will bo pure
' Every druggist carries them, price
cent, or nd us your nam and address
and w will seed you a trUl package by
mall free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., n
tusrt BJdg , Marshall. Mich.
T. W. C. A. Note.
TVia house committee Is making bis n re
parations for a basar to be held November
50 and 21.
The November secretarial meeting was
held at the home of Mra. Emma F. Byora,
general secretary, who entertained the force
Miss Estelle Psddock. formerly stste sea
retarv of Iowa now nationsl secretary of
China, la being partlslly supported by Ne
braaka associations. This makes the study
of China of especial Interest to the Omaha
association during the week or prayer.
Miss Myra Withers, state secretary of
Nebraska Young Women s Christian aa
sociatlohs, will speak at the gospel meeting
Hunday at 4:30 p. m. on the world's work
as carried on by the Young Women'a
Christian associations. There will be
special music. The meeting will be followed
bv the usual social hour at 6:30 o clock
when light refreshments will be served.
All women are Invited to attend.
November 8 to 14 is the authorized world's
week of Drayer for Young Women s Chris
tlan associations. The plan is to have daily
meetings In every association In the world
with the following program: Monday,
Africa: Tuesday. America, including the
United States. Canada, West India Islands
and South America; Wednesday, Asia, In
cluding India, China, Japan, Syria, Aala
Minor and Turkey In Asia; Thursday, Aus
tralia. Including New Zealand and Tas
mania: Friday Europe, aa follows: Austria,
Hungary. Bohemia, Belgium, Holland. Den
mark, Russia, France, Germany and
Greece; Saturday, Europe, as followa:
Great Britain. Ireland. Italy,. Sicily, Malt
Norway, Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Sweden
Switzerland and turkey, in the omana as
sortatlon these meeting will be .held st
12:30 each day In the asaembly room. Miss
Myra Withers, state secretary, will speak
at eacn meeting. There will be specie
music, the list of soloists being: Monday
Miss Callsta Kerr; Tuesday, Mlsa Blanche
Sorenson; Wednesday. Mrs. W. H. Hsrter
Thursday, Miss Alice Gates; Friday. H. C.
Jennlson; Saturday. Miss Alice Fawcett,
All women are invited to attend these
Y. M. C. A. News Notea.
General Secretary B. C. Wade left for
th west Thursday on a short hunting trip,
The employment depertment the lsst
week sent out three young men Into Iowa
to learn scientific farming.
Guy Carleton Lee will deliver his closing
lecture or the series next Friday. His sub
Ject will be, "The Nstlon Triumphant."
Croaa-country runs sre now In order st
the aasoclatlon, the first being held Thurs
day evening These runs are a regular
weesiy arrair on Thursday, and ar becom
A committee will be In Omaha ahortly
10 investigate conditions here with the vie
of selecting Omaha as a place for holding
the International Convention of Employed
iii icere or I lie lonns Men s Christian as
soclstlon. This convention takes nlare tr
June and brings together between 60U and
narry w . Arnold, religious secretary o
me international committee, will visit th
Omaha association Tlieariuv MnvemWee 10
Pastors, Sunday school superintendents snd
icjt.-ners are invited to meet Mr. Arnold
a dlnnei and conference at 6 o'clock Tues
day evening, in regard in the f.irmstlo
and extension of Men's Bible clubs In th
cnurches of the city. Those expecting to
be presont st the dinner will kindly notify
mr. iToesmun at the association by Tues
Dr. D. E. Jenkins of the Presbytorla
Theological seminary will address the men'
inning at me roung .Mens Christian as
soclstlon Sunday at 4 p. m. upon "Th
rower of Prayer." This servics begins too
observance of the "week of prayer," which
ui coiuinue through the following Sunday
iacn uay uuring the week at 13 m
aervlce of prayer will be conducted
room 316 of the association building. Mem
bera and friends of the association are in
vitrei to attend these service.
Th Bible class of the senior departmen
meet Monday evenings from 0:46 to 7:30
for study and recitation. A fellowship sup
per Is given st II: IS for the convenience of
those enrolled In the classes. Classes are
already organized in "The Life of Chrlat.
teacher, Mr. Morton; "Life of Paul.
teacher, Kev. Charles Heron of the Prea
byterian Theological seminary; "lntroduC'
tlon to Bible Study." teacher. William
Parker, member ship secretary, and "Teach
lnga of Jesus. ' teacher. Hev. Frederick
Donovan of Benson. Member and non
members are eligible alike to enroll.
Trinity Cathedral. Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth Th Kev. J. E. Cottrell will oc
cupy the pulpit at the 11 a. m. service.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist. Lyric
theater, Nineteenth and I arntm. lunday
morning service st 11 o clock. BuDJec
' Adam and Fallen Man.
North Side Christian. Twenty-second and
I,ocust. J. H. Klrsvhsteln, Minister Morn
ing subject. "Seek to Save," evening,
"What Hast Thou Doner' y
Vnity, Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. New
ton Mann, minister St i vice at lo .M r.
First Memorial Methodist Eplse opal Ser
mons by the pastor at 10:o and 7:30. Mnrn
Ing subject, "( (btalnments and Attain
ments;" evening, "Your Present Loca
tion." Kountse Memorial Lutheran Mission, Rev.
John E. II urn mon. Pastor Sunday sohiml
st t p. m., E. B. Cook superintendent. Mis
sion locsted at Nineteenth and Castellar
II Saints, Twenty-sixth snd Dcwev ave
nue. Morning service and sermon et 11 a.
m. Vesper service at 4 n. m. Holy com
munion at 7:30 a. ni. Church chool snd
Infant school at 9:45 a. m.
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty-fifth
and Farnam. Chamber Building
Sunday school at 9:4S a. in. Sunday services
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Subject of lesron
sermon, "Adam unit Fallen Man."
First Presbyterian, Corner Dodce and
Seventeenth, Rev. Kdwln Hart Jenks. D.
D., Pastor Morning service at 10:30. Even
ing service st 7:30. Bunduy school at noon.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:16.
St. Marie's English Lutheran, Twentieth
snd Burdette, L. Groh, Pastor Services
Sunday at 10:45 a. m "A Great Man I'sed
of God for Great Work;" S p. m., "Saints
of God for Special Times." Su
at 1-'. Young people at 6:16.
People'a, Charles W. SavUlae, Pastor
Morning, "The Cruel Taunt of the Chief
1'iiesls;" evening, "Why Is It Such a Fear
ful Crime Not to Wear the Wedding Gar
ment'" Prof. Mertes haa charge of the
First German Free Evangelical, Twelfth
and Dorcas Services at 10:3o a. in. and 7;S0
p. m. with sermons by Rev. F. H. W.
Bruechert, pastor.- Bible Sabbath school at
1:30 p. m. Expository lecture Wednesday
at 8 p. m.
North Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hlgbee, Pastor Morning worship at
10:30; Sabbath school at 12 m. ; Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30;
evening service st 7:30; prayer meeting at
I, Wednesdsy evening.
First Christian. Twenty-sixth and Harney,
8. D. Dutcher, Pastor Bible school at noon.
W. A. Dellord superintenudent. Preaching
by the pastor at lu:30 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. in. Teachers'
training Wednesday at 8 P- m.
Cl.fton Hill Presbyterian, Rev. Thomas
B. Greenlee, Ph. D., Pastor Morning serv
ice, 10:30 a. m.; theme. "Anglo-Saxbns'
Debt to Missions. " Evening service st 1:M.
Sjnday school at 12. Young Pennies So
ciety of Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
Third Presbyterian Preaching by the
pastor. Rev. W. E. Todd, at 10:4fi a. ni.
and 7:30 p. m.'; Sunday school st 9:30 a. m.;
Junior Christian Endeavor, 3 p. m.; Chris
tian Endeavor meeting, 6:3) p. m.: Bible
study class, taugiit by the pastor, 9:30 a. m.
Westminster Presbyterian, Mason and
wenty-nlnth. Rev. W. 8. Fulton. D. D.,
astor Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.
naunatn scnoot ana is. Die classes, i.'
Isard street mission at 3 p. m. Wednes
day ev. niag S"ivlc at 7:45. Mies Grace C.
Glen of Chicago will apeak.
Pearl Memorial Methodist Eolsconal
North Twenty-fourth and Larlmoie.
hciiias C. Miwkle. M. D.. pastor Preach
ing service every Sunday at lo:46 a. m.
nd r.w p. m. mornink' tnome for the coin
ing Sunday. "Thlnkitig." Evening. "Frlend-
Plymouth Congregational. Twentieth and
Spencer, Rev. John P. Clyde of Water-
own, b. D., win preach at 10 30 a. m. snd
30 p. in. Sunday special music services In
the Auditorium of the chuich. Sunday
school at noon. Christian Endeavor at
80 p. ni.
First Congregational Nineteenth and
Davenport. Froaerlck T. Rouse, pastor.
Morning servlct at (:au. ouoject: "The
Way of Peace." Sunday school ut 12 Y.
. a. C. E. at 6:30. Evening service at
46. Subject: "The Tea.chin of Jesus on
Kountze Memorial Lutheran. Rev. John
E. Hummon, Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:46 p. m. Morning subject, "The Per
petual Candidate." Even.ng subject, "How
to Be Saved." Christian endeavor at 6:46
m. Sunday school at 12 ni.. Oscar p.
Goodman, superintendent; classes for all
First MethodlBt Episcopal The pastor.
Rev. Frank L. Loveland, will preach both
morning and evening. Morning theme, "Tha
Mystery or me crucifixion; evening aub-
12 m., T. F. Sturgess, superintendent.
Young People's meeting at 6:30 d. m.. L
Ject, "A Soul on Fire." Sunday school at I
a. Marti, president.
Central Unl.ed Presbyterian.Twenty-fourth
and Dodge, H. B. McBrlile, Pastor-
Public worship at 10:30 and 7:30. .Sermon
by the pastor In the morning on the "Fifth
Commandment and the Place of the Home
n organized (society." in the evenln on
the "Sixth Commandment and the Sac red
ness of Human Life."
Firet United Brethren, Nineteenth and
Lothrop, M. O. McLiughlln, Pastor Sunday
school, 10 a. m.; preaching, n a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Morning, vocal solo. Miss Ed
monds; sermon theme, "Chrlat Our Pass
over;" holy communion: class meeting. 12
evening, special song service: sermon
theme, "The Young Man of Nuzareth."
Tiinity Cathedral, Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth, the Very Rev. George A.
Beecher, Dean There will be no service at
a. m. on account of the dean s ahaenea
Sunday school and Bible class at 9:46 a. m
Morning prayer and address by Mr. Heber
atraw of the Brotherhood of St. Andrews
at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and address at
Trinity Methodist Episcopal. Twenty-first
and Blnney, Dr. John A. Spyker, Pastor-
Sunday school, Bi30 a. m. ; preaching ser
vice, 10:46 a. m., subject. "The Human
Side of Religion;" Junior league, 8 p. m .;
Epworth league, 6:30 p. m.; ureachlns ser
vice, 7:30 p. m., eubject. "Methods of
Bible Study;' prayer meeting. Wednesday
8 p. m.
Immanuel Baptist. Twenty-fourth and
Plnkney, Phlletua H. McDowell, Pastor
10:30 a. m., "The Prayer of a Burdened
Prophet;" 7:80 p. m., special evangelistic
service, subject, "Denying the Lord Who
Bought IT:" Bible school at noon. The
Baptist Young People's union at 6:30. Re- !
vlval meettnga begin Sunday. Meetings
every evening at 7:46.
Hanscom Park Methodist Enisconal. I
Twenty-ninth and Woolworth Avenue, R. j
Scott Hyde, Pastor Preaching by the pas-
tor at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning
theme, "The Rational Baals for Prayer."
Evening theme. "Religion and the Impossi- I
hie." Snectel music at both services. Lee
O. Krats, choirmaster. Sunday school at
12 m., Bert Wilcox, superintendent.
Calvary Bantlat. Twentv-ftfth and Ham
ilton, Rev. E. R. Curry Pastor Services at
ld:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Morning theme.
'The New Jerusslem. or Idea:" evening,
Jesus in the Home." Bible school at 12'
m. Young people's meet nr at 6:30 p. m.
Wednesday. 8 p. m.. devotional service. 1
calvsrv Baptist branch. Thirty-fourth and
Seward. Sunday. 3:80 p. m.. Blbls school.
Friday, 8 p. m., devotional service.
First Baptist, Twentv-rJnth avenue and
Harney, Rev. J. W. Cor.lsy, D. D., pastor
Services -at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn
ing sermon, "Jesus and the Collection
Box." Evening, "What la Man?" second
In series. Sunday schrol at noon. Young
People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Bethany
branch First Baptist, 3S83 I-avenworth
Sunday achool at 3 p. m. Gospel meeting
Frldsy at 8 p. m., conducted by pastor.
Walnut Hill Methodist Episcopal, Forty
first and Charles, E. E. Hosman, Pastor
Ladles' Aid day. both services In charge
of the Ladles' Aid. 10:30 a. m. sermon by I
Rev. J. N. Gortner, pastor of McCabe I
MethodlBt church. Theme. "A Symmetrical
Christian Woman." Sunday achool 12 m.
"l"'1" ir,ufi, s.io p. m. .wrai service i
using the hymns of t anny
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Grace BapMst. Tenth and Arbar." B. F. I
Fellman, Pastor The first of a serU'S of
sermons on. "The Holy Spirit" at 10 :5 a. ;
m.; 7 p. m.', Young- People's meeting; 7:45 '
p. m., "The Hand of Jesus." Electric stere- '
ciptleon will be used at thla service. Bun- i
day school No. 1, Tenth and Arbor, 12 m.;
8unday school No. i. Fourth and Cedar, j
3 30 p. m ; Sunday achool No. S. Thirteenth ;
and William, 3:80 p. m.
8t. Mary s Avenue Congregational, St. I
Mary'a Avenue and Twenty-seventh, -Rev.
Kudus O. Balrd. Pastor Morning worship
at 10:30 o'clock, aermon by the pastor. Sub
ject. "Every Day Religion." Sunday school '
at 12 m. Vesper worship at 4:30 o'clock. 1
Subject, "Bplrltual Worship The Second '
Com nandment. Junior F.udeavor and
children's hour at 4:30 o'clock. Young Peo
ple'a Society of Christian Endeavor at
5:45 p. m.
Ursce Lutheran, Twenty-sixth, between
Poppleton and Woolworth Avenues. Rev.
M. L Mellck. Pastor Church services at
10:45 a. ni. and i.'Ju p. in. Tha Sunday
achool will render "Leaders," a "Luther
Iay" service prepared by Mra. C. E.
Wlrlck for the Board of Home Missions.
Sunday achool at IMS p. m. and Luther
league at :30 p. m. Organisation of Cate
chetical class Friday st p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Castellar Presbyterian, Sixteenth and
Castellar, Ralph H. Houseman, minister
Public service and sermon at 10:3o, "That
Boy Plua His Father," a parent's day
I heme, Bible school at 1 l- on. Henry
Kleser, suiierlntendent. Park Forest SiJ
Ontario chapel bible Schools at I p. m.
YounK People's meeting at :.W p. m.
Evening service at 7: p. ui., "Life to a
Goal." tha fourth and laat theme of the
series of autumnal season sermons. Peo
ple'a mid-week service, followed by teach
er' training class. Wednesday eenl: at
7:4s p. m.
-a? WS 5jyT
Sanitary Steel Couch
Made with angle, steel frame strongest and most durable construction.
Has finest patent couch fabric and spiral . spring supports.
Makes an exceedingly comfortable bed, and when both sides
are lowered makes a very handsome couch. Specially re
duced for this sale
Exceedingly elaborate in
design and nickel trim
mings. Has return flues
and Is a powerful heater.
It's a magnlfl- f 49
cent baaH m I '
burner. g ,
Dueuiai a i .
Quick Return Through Bee Want Ads.
It burn coal,
wood, slack coal
or rubbish. Most
er on earth.
Burns Its own
The Celebrated Lirv
colrv Base Burner....
The largest and most elahorstp base
burner that ever sold at the price.
It has return flueH and is a most
powerful heater. Hns extra large
coal magazine, automatic feed, gas
tight cover, antl-cllnker grate and
very elaborate nickel trimmings it's
a magnificent heater and
Is covered by our strongest
Solid Oak Dressers
They are full serpentine fronts
and extra large French beveled
mirrors set in carved mirror
frame. They are of superior,
construction and finish. . You
can't equal this value
anywhere at the price . . ,
Handsome Base Burner
Elegantly trimmed in nick
el, large coal magazine, re
turn flues, nickel Q75
McDougai Kitchen Cabinet
All the latest designs are now on dis
play at our store at exceptionally
low prices. There s a cabinet mane
to ault e very taut and
every purse. Try the one
that suits yours for 30
days at our risk, from.
10c a Day
They are made with
heavy castings and are
guaranteed for dur
ability. They are of
with nickel trimmings.
only, at . . .
We guarantee absolute satisfaction. If
you're not pleased with any article you
buy of us, send it back and we'll gladly
exchange it. This is a courtesy which
we are pleased to extend to our cus
tomers AND ALWAYS HAVE.
10c a Day
Laro Steel Range
shown above, have large square ovens.
elaborate nickel trimmings s. 7C
and extra heavv ruAtinvs. W Km.
Eiiual tn any (35 rang" "n Jmt3
a&iw in wnimm. win pi ii v
tlrussjis iurf .jpjciai
Size 9x12 ft. They ure made without miter
seams, of best all-wool worsteds. Recom
mended for greatest dura
bility. You can't duplicate
this niK any place tbat'u a rj 13 '
positive fact. Prico
We Invite you to inMX'tt tle furnlHlilngs con
tallied in our sHM-al outfits for three, four, five,
nix autl seven-room homes. These outfits in
clude everything necessary to make them com
plete, cozy, comfortable.
j Rooms Furnisfisd Complete $
Utmh KnCHEH OH ANY OTHEB TOVM
BOOKS YOU WlbM TO TVUMIUH.
fredit Terms: 7 Cash, $3 Moullily.
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CMAHA LABOR FOR GOMPERS
Instruct Its Ieleae to l)eaer Cosi.
veatiun Vot for 111
Oiganisrd labor In Omaha will stand by
Samuel Gompers. and at the meetln- of the
Central Labor union Friday night ln
atructed th delegates to the convention of
the American Kederstiort of Labor to vote
"flrat. laat and all the time" for the elec
tion of that leader to lb- presidency. Tony
Donahoe made" the motion to Instruct and
thla kui supplemented with a statement
from President Ouye of the central body
that Nebraska believes In Uompirs and the
fight he Is making, and that now while he
is facing trial for contempt of court he
ought to be given all the aid possible.
The voting of $75 expense money for the
delegate to the convention, which will be
held In Denver next week, called forth
considerable dlacuasion. one member of the
union thinking the money would be better
spent In sending a man to Lincoln this
winter to see to It that the new charter
for Omaha contuln provision which will
result In good to the working man. Others
took the other side and maintained that
good could be secured in the national con
vention and T. W. McCullough, delegate
to the central body from the International
Typographical union pointed out that just
aa It Is Impossible for man to live In or of
himself so is It Impossible fur a union to
flourish alone, and without mingling with
Other unions or attending the national con
claves. Mr. McCullough v.-us culled upon by the
president and he made a talk fur the
union label In which he decried the boycott
und asked the union men to always re
member to ask for union made goods beai
lng the label. Over s.luO.uui) men earning
3,0uO,OXl,0uO belong to the union and
If they Insist on union label good they Will
soon force non-union good out of the
market ard compel merchant . to -, handle
non other than tlio of unlom maka
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