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THI'i OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: XOVEMDEM 20. 1P08.
TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST I
Iforwfflm and Danish. Million Home
Formally Opened Tuesday.
ADDRESS BY BISHOP NT7E1SES
Brotherhoods of levers! Churches
r Hi nhwrvt This as ths Week
nf rrayer with Dally
Tli Norwegian and Danish Mission home,
Bethany," North Twenty-fourth and Sew
ard streets, wU ba formally opened Tues
dajr evening at S o'clock. A rood program
ties been arranged for the occasion. Bishop
John I Nuelsen will deliver aa address
and other speakers of prominence will take
part on the program. Refreshment will, be
served. The publlo has been Invited to hear
the program and Inspect the home.
"Church men for other men and every
man for the man Christ Jesus," Is th
significant slogan which Is to call the
men of the Castellar Presbyterian church
Into fellowship services Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday evenings of this week,
laymen wilt have charge. The printed
('matter circulated Interestingly outlines the
The quartet of St. Mary's Congregational
"church, under the direction of Frank J.
Healer, will give a special service of sacred
music st the vesper service Sunday at 4:30
J. m. The following program will be
"Do It Is I" Faure-ehelley
'Callest Me Thus O Master" Mletike
The Arrow and the Bong" Hay
Mrs. Jennlson and Quartet.
"ftilve Reglna" Dana
"Cantate Domino" Warren
Trio Protoct Us Through the Coming
i Mr. Kesler, Mrs. Jerlnlson, Mr. Grlgor.
Mr. Kesler will give the following organ
"Prelude In F" Defebure-Wety
om-rtory Contemplation Mendelssohn
"FosUude In 13 Flat" West
The brotherhoods of the several denomi
nations have set apart the week beginning
with- Sunday as a week of prayer. It will
be observed by the men of Calvary Baptist
church. The pastor will preach on the
subject i f "Brotherhood" Sunday evening.
Wednesday evening the prayer service will
bo devoted to the special theme and work
of men In the brotherhoods.
A special musical service will be given
at the First Baptist church, Twenty-ninth
; avenuo and Harney street, Sunday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock by local solo artists and
a chilr of sixteen trained voices, assisted
by George Johnston, tenor, of Lincoln. The
program will be as follows:
Ortptn- selections from "Suite Gothl
que;" (a) choral (b). mlnuetto (c)
Choral invention Handel
Anthem Thou. O Ood. Art Praised in
Hymn No. W A Mighty Fortress, pre
faced by brief explanatory sketch
by the pastor.
Orgun Vesper Bells Spinney
Duct The Lord Is My Light Buck
Mrs. L. T. Sunderland, soprano, and
Mr. George Johnston, tenor.
Choral response Blackmer
'Anthem Hcly Lord God Almighty. .Gounod
Mr. Johnston and choir.
Hymn No. S87 Nearer My God, prefaced
by brief explanatory sketch by the
Organ Offertory Serenade Shiibert
Contralto Solo Out of the Deep Genet
Mrs. L. E. Harter.
Hymn No. 3KJ Abide With Me, prefaced
. by brief explanatory sketch by the
Tenor SUo O Shining Light Adams
Mr. George Johnston.
Margaret Boulter, organist and director.
At Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal
church there will be tho regular service,
with preiching by the pastor in the even
ing. Following is the special musical serv
ice: Prelude-Answer Wolstonholme
Hymn-Anthem Tho 8ong Angelic... Elvey
Duo Twilight Nevln
Mlas Westerfleld and Mr. Krats.
Anthem God so Loved the World.. ..Marks
Solo-Zlon ............... Rodney
Mr. Charles Lang.
Offertory Intermeszo Callerts
Solo The Day Is Ended Bartlett
Mrs. Herbert Hoerner.
Quartet Rock of Ages Buck
Miss Woolf, Miss Westerfleld, Mr.
Newell and Mr. Lang.
Anthem with tenor sol Seek the Lord.
Mr. Landeryou and choir.
Postlude Processional march Clark
Mr. Charles Zadlna organist; Mr. Lee O
Delegates from nine of the churches of
Omaha, South Omaha and Council Bluffs
met Monday evening at the Young Men's
Christian association building and formed
a Baraca union for the purpose of binding
the Baraca classes of the three cities into
a closer union. A constitution was adopted
and Ideas were exchsnged snd plana d s
cussed for building up the weaker men's
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F. A. Btuart Co.. ITS Stuart Bldg.. Marshall.
Bible classes m the tri-eltlea. The follow
ing are the officers: President, W. O. Ful
ler, First Baptist church. Council Bluffs;
vice president. O. W. Wlnslade, Hansrom
Park Methodist Episcopal church; secretary.
B. K. Eaton, Immanuel Baptist church:
treasurer, L. W.Dart, Plymouth Congrega
tional church! reporter, J. C. Johnson. Cal
vary Baptist church; sergeant-at-arms, A.
B Baton. Immanuel Baptist church.
Thomas J. Kelly, assisted by the large
vested choir of the First Methodist Epis
copal church, will give an Interpretation
of the hymns of the Bible, and also an ap
preciation of European cathedral muslo,
before the Toung People's society of the
church, at :30 o'clock Sunday evening.
In the church parlors. At 7:30 o'clock the
pastor. Dr. F. L. Loveland, will preach
on "The Need of a Sound Mind In a Sound
Body, or Christianity Versus Cranks."
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Miss Ethel O. Hendee, Industrial and ex
tension secretary, spent Thanksgiving at
her home In Lincoln.
The "Get Two" banquet Monday night
will be an event of unusual Interest. An
especial program Is being prepared Includ
ing some of the out-of-town speakers.
Miss Clara E. Burgoynn, domestic science
director. Is to be one of the teachers of
the domestic science department at the
National Corn exhibit, December, I to It.
Mrs. C. S. Scranton will speak at the
gospel meeting next Sunday afternoon at
4:30. Mrs. W. H. Dale will have charge of
the muslo. The Alexander singing; book
will be used. Social hour will be observed
with light refreshments at 6:30. All women
Thanksgiving day was a very quiet one
at the rooms. So many plans have been
made for special social gatherings 1n the
new building that it seemed wise to post
pone Thanksgiving events until benefit
could be had of the beautiful new audi
torium and large reception rooms.
First United Presbyterian, Twenty.flrst
and Emmet, Rev. D. R. Turnbull, Pastor
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bible
school at 13 m. Meeting of young people at
:M p. m.
Hillside Congregational, Thirtieth and
Ohio, Rev. Herbert I Mills, Pastor Regu
lar services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Sunday school at noon. Christian Endeavor
at 4:30 p. m.
Unity, Seventeenth and Cass Rev. New
ton Mann will give the second of his lec
tures on "Famous Scenes of Moral Hero
ism;" special topic, "The Last Days of
Jesus," at 10:80 a. m.
McCabe Methodist, Farnam and Fortieth,
Rev. J. Narver Gortner, Pastor Preacnlng
by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
morning theme, "Our Most Pressing Need;"
evening theme, "The Tears of Ood."
Plymouth Congregational, Twentieth and
Spencer, John P. Clyde, Minister Preach
ing, 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. George N.
Aulabaugh, cholrister. Sunday school at
noon. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
First Presbyterian, Dodge and Seven
teenth, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. , D.t
Pastor Morning service at 10;30: evening
service, at 7:30; Sunday school at noon;
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:15 p. m.
Hirst Memorial Methodist Episcopal, Rev.
William J. Brient, Pastor Preaching at
10:46 on "The Holy Cathollo Church," and
at 7:30 on "Three Great Days." Evening
sermon preceded by a social song service.
Pearl Memorial Methodist Episcopal, 2240
Larimore, Dr.Thomaa C. Hlnkle, Pastor
Regular pre-achlng services at 10:46 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme, "Begin
ning;" evening topic, "A Christian Ob
server" First Christian, Twenty-sixth and Harney
Bible school at noon. W. A. De Boi'd. su-
ferintendent; preaching at 10:30 a. tn. and
:30 p. m.: Christian Endeavor at :3) p.
m.: annual meet ng Wednesday evening at
6:30 to 9:30 o'clock.
St. Mark's English Lutheran. Twentieth
and Buidette. L. Groh. Pastor Services at
10:30 a. in., " Holy Communion; We so Begin
the Future." Sunday school at li m. Young
people at 6:46 p. m.
Walnut Hill Methodist Episcopal, Forty
first and Charles, E. E. Hosman, Pastor
Will Join with the Lowe Avenue Presby
terian church in union services. It will be
Home Mission day for both congregations.
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twen
ty-fifth and Farnann Chambers Building-
Sunday school at 9:46 a. m.; Sunday serv
ices, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. : subject of les
son sermon, "Ancient and Modern Necrom
ancy or Mesmerism and Hypnotism."
Grace Lutheran, Twenty-sixth, between
Poppleton and Woolworth, Rev. M. S. Mel
Ick, Pastor Church services at 10:45 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. ;
Luther league, 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday night; catechetical class on
Friday at 4 p. ni.
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and
Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel McGlffJn. D. D.,
Minister Morning worship at 10:30, at
which the pastor will present "Our Na
tional Problem;" patriotic service, flug
decoration; evening worship at 7:30; Rev.
E. E. Hosman will preach.
North Side Christian, Twenty-second and
Locust, H. 3. Kirschsteln, Minister Services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; morning theme,
"Christian Sovereignty;" evening theme,
"Under Constraint." Bible school at 12 m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:16 p. m. Mid-week
meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Rev. Thos. B.
Greenlee, Ph. D., Pastor Will preach at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; services appro
priate to the world's temperance Sunday;
Sunday school at 12 o'clock; Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. ;
prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8
People's, Rev. Charles W. Savidge. Pas
tor Morning theme, "A Burden of
Soul;" evening, "Individual Accountabil
ity;" Prof. Mertes has charge of the
music. House of Hope, S5 West Twenty-seventh
Avenue John W. West of
Grand Island will speak; Miss Irene Cole
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal,
Twenty-ninth and Woolworth Avenue, R.
Scott Hyde, Pastor Morning worship at
10:30; preaching by the pastor. At 7:30 p. ni.,
song service by the choir with a short ser
mon by the pastor. Lee G. Krats. choir
master. Sunday school st 12 m., Bert Wil
First United Brethren, Nineteenth and
Lothrop Sunday school at 10 a in.;
f reaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; moili
ng theme. "Real Ground for Thauksgiv-
lng; evening, "Only a vessel;' vlollu
solo, Mrs. R. E. Marble, special quartet;
class meeting at 12 m.; prayer aervl.t
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal, Twenty-first
and Blnney, Dr. Joint A. Spyker, Pastor
Sunday school at 12 noon; preaching serv
ice at 10:30 a. m.. subject, "Tho Imperii!
Christ;" Junior league at 1 p. in.; Epworth
league at 6:30 p. m. ; preaching service at
7:30 p. ni., subject, "I Go A-Fishing;"
prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational, St.
Mary's Avenue and Twenty-seventh, Rev.
Lucius O. Balrd, Pastor Morning worsmp
at 10:30; sermon subject, "The Claim of
Mater. aiUni."- bunday school at 12 m. Ves
per worship at 4:30, a choral service with
special music. Junior Endeavor and chil
dren's hour at 4:30. Young People's Society
of Christian Endeavor at 6:46.
Central United Presbyterian, Twenty
fourth and Dodge, R. B. A. McBride. D. D.,
pastor Morning worship at 10:30, sermon
un (he Tenth Commandment; evening wor
ship at 7:30. sermon topic, "An Unopened
Letter" the first of a number of ser
mons on neglected books of the Bible; Sab
bath school at noon; teachers' meeting and
Young People's Christian union at 6:30.
First Bapilst. Twenty-ninth Avenue and
Harney, Rev. J. W. Conley, D. D., Pastor
Services at 10:30 a. m. snd 7:3u p. m. Morn
ing sermon, "An Important lesson and a
Serious Mistake." Special musical program
in tile evening. Sunday school at noon;
young people's meeting at 6:30 p. ni. Beth
any branch. First Baptist. 33 Iaveu
worth Sunday school at 3 p. ni.; preaching
by pastor Friday, 8 p. m.
Grace Baptist. Tenth and Arbor, Rev.
B. F. Fell man, Pastor Preaching at 10:15
a. m , theme, "The Conviction of tiis Holy
Spirit;" 7 p. m., young people's meeting,
led by Mlas Hattle tSchultx: 7:45. p. ni.,
gospel service, with stereopttcon; Sunduy
school No. 1. Tenth and Arbor, at 12 in.;
hunday school No. 2. Fourth and Cedar,
at 8:30 p. m ; Sunday school No. 3, Thir
teenth and William, at 8:30 d. in.
Castellar Presbyterian. Ralph 'H. House
man, Minister 10:30, "Genuine Religion
Compatible with the World of Work:"
7:30. "Faith Moving Toward Its Goal;"
noon. Bible school; 8:30, Young People's
meeting. Mr. Wright, preaidetu of the City
Union Christian Endeavor, will address
the Endeavor meeting. Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday evenings at 7:46 special
men a services, conducted by laymen, .
First Methodist. Twentieth and Daven
port, Rev. Frank 1 Ixiveland, D. .
Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:)
p. m.; morning theme, "The Pathway to
Peace;" evening subject. "Ths Need of
s Sound Mind In a Sound Body; or, Chris
tianity versus Cranks;" Sunday school
at 12 o'clock. T. F. Sturgesa, superin
tendent; young people's meeting at 6:30
p. m.. at which time Mr. Thomas J.
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Soiid Oak Dressers
They are full serpentine fronts nnd
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Kelly, assisted by the vested choir of
the First Methodist teplscopiil church,
will Rive an Interpretation or the hynma
nt niKlA tnspilier wll'.i n Miinrei-ia.-
tlon of Kuropean cathedral musU-,
Immanuel Baptist, Twenty-fourth and
Plnkney, Phileius 11. McDowell, Pastor At
lo:30, "The Past in Picture and the Kulure
In Fact." a special service beginning the
fifth year of the present pastorale. At 7:0
p. 111., an evttllKCiimit; nrmvc iviiuulicu uj
Kev. Joe P. Jacobs of Kansas City, Mu.
bible school at noon. Bapt st Young Peo
ple's unlun at 6:80. Revival meedngu eveiy
night during the week at 7:4b, led hy Kev.
P.. F. Fellman.
Trinity (.'ithedrjl, Capitol Avenue and
Kighteriith, Very Rev. Georse A. Beeher,
Dean Holy communion at 8 a. m.; Sun
day schooll and Bible class at 9:45 a. in.;
morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. in.;
Instruction class at 3:30 p. m. In the even
ing at S p. in. the oienlng service of the
week of prayer will be held at the cathed
ral. W. A. Haberstra. field secretary of
tlie brotherhood, and Rev. T. J. Mackay.
rector af All Saints church, mill speak at
First Crngrrg itlonal. Nineteenth and Div-
enport, Freder.cK 1. House, rasior Morn
ing worship at 10:50; theme. "The ReunloT
of Christendom. 7 Evening worship at ;:45;
theme, "Christ's Teaching on the Chur. h."
Young People's Society of Chris. ian Bi
deavor at 6:30.
Calvary Baptist, Twenty-fifth and
Hamilton. Rev. K. R. Curry. Pastor Set-vices
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.. Rev.
Joe P. Jacobs of Kansas City will preach
In the morning. The pastur's theme in
the evening la "Brotherhood." Believers'
baptism will be observed in the evening;
Bible school at 12 m.; young peoplu's
meeting at :30 p. m.; devotional service
Wednesday at 8 p. in. Calvary Baptist
Branch. Thirty-fourth and Sews'd Sun
day. 8:30 p. ni.. Bible school; Friday, i
p. in., devotional service.
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MEMPHIS. Ter.B.. N'v J.. u sppllca
tl.ui of certain bondholders. Judge A. C.
Floyd was today appointed receiver for
the Newa-Scimitar Publishing company.
The paper will continue publi. ttlun under
the direction of the receier.
people know the value of money it comes slow and it slips
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away mighty; quick. You must make every dollar count, we Know tnis we
have been nerving the working people for over half a century and know their problems. "We claim to undersell and we're
making good. We claim to save the working people 2)ro to 35 and we're doing it every day in the week. If your money
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anteed by him. The entire set is put up in a satin lined leatherette case and given
with every purchase of $100.00 or over. Or it will be SOLD OUTRIGHT FOR $7.50,
on terms of $1.00 cash, 75 cents monthly. '
NOTE In case you order the set on the above terms and should, within one year,
'buy goods to the amount of $100.00, we will refund all you have paid on the set or
. credit your account with the amount.
MORETHREATS FROM AUSTRIA
Boycott of Turkish Merchants May
Cans Br??k in Relations.
SULTAN .IS STANDING PAT
Ufflelals Are Instructed Not to Dis
criminate Asalnst Austrian Goods,
but o Prenre U Placed
i on Importers.
CONST.NTIN'OPLE. Nov. 2!.-According
to the Yeni Gazeta. Baron von Ahranthal,
the Austrq-Hungarlan foreign minister, in
it recent . conversation ; told the Tuil.lah
charge d'nffuirs that Austria had done
everything possible, but fruitlessly, to se
cure, a conclllatoiy settlement of the diffi
culties. . Austria wlsheij to be friendly with
Turkey, he added, but. .could alsj be its
enemy. Baron von Aehranthal said also
that the retueat Of Count Pallavlcinl, the
Austro-Hungarlan ambussudor to Turkey,
for leave of absence would be granted when
It was seen that the negotiations were cer
tain to fall. . . .
The porte has issued a circular warning
customs officials that though merchants
are free to refuse Austrian goods govern
ment officials must not create difficulties
or allow customs porters .to refuse to
handle these goods. The circular, however,
has had practically no effect In abating
the boycott, and Austria's' loss already is
estimated to have reached 'several million
pounds sterling. . , .
60FJA. Bulgaria, Nov.' 28. Wbat the atti
tude of Bulgaria will be Jn the. event of
hostMttltw , between Austria-Hungary and
Turkey is a question that Is beginning to
claim attention here.. .It has. revived specu
lation concerning the , existence of some
sort of Austro-Bulgarian ; convention. A
your hard-earned dollars count,
anything in the line of HOME
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IF A THING ISN'T RIGHT
If a thing isn't right we'll make It
right mighty quick. If you get any
thing here that doesn't suit you perfect
ly, notify us and we'll bring It back in
a hurry and send out any other goods
you may select. All we ask la that you
tell us what you want and you'll find
us happy to do It. We are glad to ex
tend auch courtesies to our customers
we've always done it.
TO PEOPLE ALL
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1414-16-18 DOUGLAS ST.
cabinet minister said today that Bulgaria's
hands are absolutely free to act In what
ever manner It may consider advantageous.
Direct co-operation between Austria nnd
Bulgaria was unthinkable, he added, but
Bulgaria would have to resist the tempta
tion of a favorable moment for the Inva
sion of Macedonia, unless Turkey had
given previous guarantees of its Intention
.to giant equal civil and political rights to
the Bulgariun population of Macedonia.
Advices received from MaiK.'dcnla Indi
cate that' Greek bands there have resume ii
activity nnd murdered several Bulgarian
priest schoolmasters. A dispatch from
Adrlanople suys that Turkish troops pil
laged the Bulgarian, village of Derokeuy
and shot several of the Inhabitants and at
tacked the women.
France Hefuses to Intervene.
PA Hi 3, Nov. '."S. The Petit Parlslen says
that Austria requested France to ask M.
Cunetans, the French ambassador at Con
stantinople, to Intervene to obtain u cessa
tion of the Turkish boycott against Aus
trian goods, but that France refused to
MRS. RICE" TESTIMONY PIVOT
Admission of Woman's Story of llui.
tin's Statement ReaardlnsT Davis
Main Point la Flaht.
The principal fight In the Rustin murder
case, which Kill start in district court
Monday morning, la expected to be over
the question' of the admission of parts of
the testimony of Mrs. Abble IU e in which
she tells of the conxersatlon the had with
Dr. Kustln when he told her he had se .uied
Charles K. Davis, to shoot hhn. It was over
.his point that the big fight came at the
preliminary hearing before Police Judge
Crawiord. as It Is tha principal link by
ahlcli Davis Is connected Willi the crime.
Judge Craw fold ruled out the direct con
versation, but County Attorney English got
the evidence before tb tuurt Indirectly.
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Mrs. Rice was allowed to testify that Dr.
Rustln told her he had secured a man to
shoot him and that the man Was In the
office at t lie time. Then she was allowed
to say that the man In the office was
Chailes K, Davis .
The attorneys for Davis are expected to
use every effort to prevent this evidence
from going to the Jury and also to oppose
the Indirect method used by the county
I'.torney In police court.
It Is believed It will require from two to
iluee days to get the Jury and at least a
week to I'ear all the evidence, unit ss a largd
part of Mrs. Rice's story is ruled out aa
Immaterial. County Attorney English will
isa about thirty witnesses and the defense
is exiectt'd to put on a number. It is be
Ueveu t he case will require close to ten
days to try.
MICHIGAN ALUMNI BANQUET
Association Formed at Pleasant In
formal Session at Hansen's
Best wishes were telegraphed to Hon.
James B. Angel, president of the University
of Michigan, by the new alumni association
which was formed Friday night at an In
formal dinner in the banquet room of Han
sen's cafe. Casper E. Yost of the class of
'I'J was elected president of the new or
ganization; R. C. Peteis, first vice presi.
dent; U. I.. Fisher, second vice president;
Stanley Rosewater, becrecary, and C. I..
Thomas, treasurer. An executive commit
tee consisting of I.. I. Ahliott, John R.
Webster, I. .i.gler. A. G. Elllck and Frank
Crawford, wns appointed.
The dinner was held In the large ban
quet room, with the tables In the form of
a I', and C. K. Yost acted as toastmuster
for the Informal responses which were
made. A pamphlet with the wed known
songs of the University of Michigan was
distributed, and all joined in singing the
These Beds are exceedingly handsome. Are
enameled In various popular colors. They sre
not only or new and handsome de
sign, but are heavily enameled, made
of large tubing and verv substantial.
SOLID OAK SIDEBOARDS
Of magnificent design, extra elaborate In
carved ornamentations. Has double serpen
tine top arawer, carved claw feet
and extra large French beveled mir
ror. The best Sideboard that ever
sold in Omaha at the price
. i. r.- .-!
we offer this high-grade Brussels Rug
amazingly low price. There hasn't been
or equal quality offered in Omaha n
years at anywhere near the price. Theae rugs
are made without miter seams full mm I Q
rugs. Thev r
re mnH ,if
all worsted material
s price, In size M
only, 911.89( Jn size 6x9 ft
The 'handiest article of furni
ture you could have in a home.
This cabinet is complete with
above on sale
at the spec
familiar sottgs under the leadership of Mr.
Rosewater, who was a member of the gles
Half a dozen former students of the uni
versity from outside of Omaha came espe
cially to attend the banquet, which was a
most happy affair and. as many of ths
toasts were In a reminiscent vein, the grad
uates were taken back to student days.
H. B. Windham of Plattsmouth. of the
cldss of '73, sutd that he was sine life was
made more enjoyable by such meet Ings and
hy intercourse with college men. Me said
Nebraska should appreciate the University
of Michigan, as three of Its present con
gressmen were graduates from that school,
the two candidates for congress from this
district were Michigan nun and a good
percentage of the Judges and men holding
responsible positions in tl.u state caine from
Others who spoke were Clem F. Kimball,
city attorney of Council Bluffs; Prof. C.
H. Crowley of Crelghton university, Frank
Crawford, first coach of a- Michigan foot
ball team apd captain of the base ball team;
Charles McDonuhi, John H. Webster, A. G.
Ellick, H- A. S:uiges, I. Zlegler, U I. Ab
bott and Stanley itosewate-r.
Those piesciit were:
I,yle I. Abbott. '91,
C. Ii. Ballaid, VI,
James Neville, 'W,
Dr. F. H. Owe n, (.j,
I, ouih H' lua, ti.
W. N. Chambers, '02,
c. F. Clark. 'Si,
F. A. Comfort, '06,
Frank Cruwfurd, '93,
C. F. Crowley, 'hit.
V. N. Dorward. .s.'.
T. B. Dsarl, W,
A. U. Klltc k. C ,
G. 1 4. Fisher, 'Mi.
J. M. Pltzrraht. 'W.
II. P. Jenat ii.
Brick P. Kuhn, an.
C. II. Kiibat. 't4.
F. P. Ixximm. HI,
J. H. I.ooinis, '81,
I'. G. McDonald,
V. It. Mcl.tii'us. 'ni,
J. J. M Mullen. '3.
J C. Moore. '70.
C. F. Kimball, 'W,
J. it. Palmer,
1. II. t'( ters,' S,
H. C. rVleis,
J. A. itine. 'oO,
H. M. Rose-Wbier, OS,
S. M. t-udler. '.4.
J. II. p-li-rson, 8.
A. G. Stuckman. Vl,
li. A. nturges. '73,
U'. t. Sillluisn, M,
1 1. I., 'i ;iriniaa, 'i'0,
C. I.. Thoiua, 'III,
NV 4 1 .J.iliri, "75,
F. I,. Weave r, 'Mi.
.1. I :. t imler. '7'.
1-:. M. WelliiiHli. Ill,
I-.. J. Waters. 'l,
C. K. Yost, 59.
I. Zifgler. ',
IS. B. Windham, 1
Robert Morsman, 'K.
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