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6 THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: FEBRUARY 21. 1900. '
FOR THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
C. It. Woodruff Delirert Address
Before Commercial Club.
MUCH TO COMMEND IN OMAHA
Al Paint Oat Wnnseraa Way a
Which th G4 Beginning! Can
A Carried t Greater
C leaner itrwii,
Wide street parkin.
Attractive front door.
Leaa smoke, or none at all.
' Mora boulevard and Dark Improvement.
Mcr encouragement and lea discourage
Steady, constant pull together for good
These aro the new ten commandments
laid down by Clinton Rogers Woodruff,
secretary of the National Municipal league
an! vice president of the American Civic
tsrcclatlon, In an addreaa delivered laat
night In the Commercial club room a before
a representative audler.ca Invited by the
Real Estate exchange, whoae gueat ha was
while In the city.
Declaring that progreaa la along the Una
of affirmation and not along tha Una of
denunciation, and therefor declining to
eet sure too atrongly, tha apeaker choae,
lather, to pofnt out by example what good
can be done In Omaha by ahowlng what
haa been done In other cities. He com
pVmented thla city on what It haa accom
pushed ao far, made exception for Ita
youth and Inexperience, and aked that tha
growing metrnpolla of the woat profit by
tha experience of Ha elder alatera In the
net and begin early the atudy of the alt
Important question of civic Improvement
and make cf Omaha the city beautiful.
Borne Ciood, Sons Bad.
"Omaha la entitled to ciedlt for ita wide
street parklnga, for ita beautiful and grow
ing boulevard system, Ita fine depota and
many other thlnga," aald . Mr. Woodruff,
"but Omaha or any other city can receive
no credit for amoke, billboards and dirty
"The front gate of Omaha la prepossess
Ing, and by the front gate I mean the
depota. There I where we get our first
Impreaalona of a city. Omaha, or Omaha J
roada, made a good beginning in erecting
the beautiful Burlington and Union sta
tions, and I hope that other roads will do
likewise. Railway official tell us that
their money can beat be expended in
beautifying their atatlona and right-of-way,
and a Pennsylvania railroad official told
me a few days ago that the enormous sum
his company haa expended along ita linea
fur beautifying haa returned an interest
of t and per cent.
"Our homes are not houses in which wa
aleep, but : our homea are the cltlea in
which we live. It la therefore Important
that all men. women and children take
an Interest In making the city the home
Their waa a time when cltlea considered
their advantagee to ba factorlea, railroads,
buaineaa enterprises and great population.
Now we consider the 'homey' feeling, the
-hurches, tho educational advahtagea,
The Man Who
And Enjoys Food Lives Life As He
Should and Gets the
Most From It.
The man who eata la the man who works,
and the man who works la the man who
wins. Tireless worker depend upon a
storehouse of vim and vlgcr. India la
. noted for ita faatera and ita dreamer.
Europe and America for their eater and
In America we have been doing nothing
but work thla past quarter of a century.
That la why our old men aay, "In my daya
no one had dyspepsia." Of courae, ail
men in thoae daya ate and worked, now
they work and eat. '
If eating Interferes with buaineaa, men
give up eating. Thla la good logle for the
dollar-getter, but poor wladora for the
man who really wanta to live.
Abuse of anything God given result In
punishment, and man 1 a pigmy when
it cornea to cheating hi ayatem.
If you take from the ayatem that which,
la Intended ahould remain, or put Into tt
that which 1 Intended ahould be kept out,
you are cheating yourself, and aooner or
later pay the penalty.
Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablet ar concen
trated vegetable and fruit essences which
give the ayatem every fluid, atlmulant and
Ingredient necessary to gain the fullest
strength from everything which goes into
the stomach, or to keep from the ayatem
everything which ahould not lay and
decay In It.
If you will eat fast and Improperly" If
you will drink and eat Irregularly and to
excess, then give to Nature a you do ao
enough of the essences she demand to
gautrallse the bad effects of your habits.
After a meal take a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet, and the meal won't hurt you er
At a midnight dinner take a Stuart
tablet and you will aleep well and get up
without a breath which I filled with the
decay of the midnight meal.
Fortify your stomach like you do your
buaineaa. Fortune when loat can be re
gained, but the atomach outraged ataya
with you to the finish, and you know it
If you want to know what these tablet
will do, buy a package from apy druggist,
price 40 centa, or send u your nam and
addreaa and we will aend you a trial pack
age free by mall. Addreea F. A. Stuart
Co., KO Stuart Building. Marshall. Mich.
Weald yea like to eat all yoa want to. and what
you weal to, wbea you want to, without a Cannes
fur trouble la your sumac hr
Would ye like to ear farewell lor tbereatol
your itte to Dreperela. IndlgaeOea. Swur Stomach,
Uletreae after eaua-. Ntrvouaneas. Catarrh 4
the BteaMc. Been Fluttering. Dick Headache
I'b.a Mod m M east to cover eoat of packing
Hi 4 I will snail joy ebaoieteiy free eae el tae
noodsrlul btomach Drafts. They regulate th
boaela. relieve soreness. airecttbM ever serve
and muaole of your etomeau. relieve yoa at eoee
and make ou feel like a mo aaaa or woman. So
write today eacloalng lOoeotafortbe poatae. ete.,
and get oas of theae voaderful atonaea, Draft
tr-atar eaiabratsa tMoauea teey enre ie ssedl-
?'"" L'h H.rlt Q Yoaa. Ho NeUenal
beak at.u-., Jaeksoo. Mil
1 inn mr LjJr
among the foremost assets. Cltlea which at
tract are thoae that do the moat along the
line of civic Improvement. The city ahould
be beautiful aplrltually aa well a phyal
cally and ahould alway exert a whole
Civic) lafrttrnfit Pay.
"Civic Improvement pay in dollor and
cent and pay a business proposition.
CHres must have boulevards, playgrounds.
breathing spots, baths, etc., but If you
wait for then until you have what are
commonly called 'necessities' you will wait
until kingdom come. Thla 1 not an loan
policy, for If you gain civic beauty now the
other thlnga must come. But thla civic Im
provement policy mutt be the desire of
every man, woman and child living within
the bordera of the city. Tou cannot Im
pose civic Improvement on thla or any other
city, parla waa beautified by one individual
at the command of a monarch; Rockefeller
can build a great university; Field can en
dow a museum; Morgan can build an art
Institute; but clvlo Improvement Is a gift
of the people, by the people.
"I see that you In Omaha atlll cling to
the old Idea that amoke la the badge of
prosperity. Thla la a fallacy, aa amoke la
an extravagant nuisance. Every particle of
amoke I so much wasted fuel, and I hope
that Omaha will aoon aee fit to do away
with thla evil, and the Inhabitants aa well
aa the ownera of the building from the
tack of which ar now emitted great
volume of smoke, will thank you.
"I am also sorry to see bill boards. Tou
are not going to have a city beautiful with
unkempt vacant lot hidden by gaudy bill
boards, any more than la a man going to
make a good Impression by wearing a drees
suit and a dirty checkered shirt.
"I are glad. to aee you widen the atreet
parking, thereby aavlng on the coat of pav
ing and of keeping the paving clean, a
well a beautifying the city.
At the cloae of hla addreea Mr. Wood
ruff answered several questions asked by
those preaent, and a rising vote of thanka
for hla address and to the Real Eatate
exchange for bringing him to Omaha cloaed
the meeting. J. W. Robblna presided and
George Morton Introduced the speaker.
Be a ansa MeMaaaa Eotertala Large
With anecdote of banahee and leprechaun,
of the little men who people the hills
and valleys, rocka, trees and streams of
old Ireland, Beumas McManua entertained
an audience of large size at the Creighton
university auditorium laat evening.
"We in Ireland believe that the falriee
still live and cling to their old abodes."
said the lecturer, who la Internationally
famoua for hla atorlea of Irish life and
particularly for Irish life a Involved In
fairy and folk lore. Like hla fellow Celt
who wrote "Peter Pan," McManua ha a
profound affection for the fairies and fain
would deem them real.
First Mr. McManua talked of the ban
ahee. "It 1 a friendly and affectionate
fairy," aald he, "even though It brlnga bad
new. The banshee la a little white woman
who perches on the limb of a tree hear
a house In which someone la doomed to die
that night and shortly before the end
utters three piercing walls, 'Tls the sure
sign of death."
From banahee the lecturer passed to the
leprechaun. It appears that this Is the
fairy shoemaker who knows where all the
hidden orocks of gold are. "There are many
crocks of gold In Ireland only they are
When one comes upon the leprechaun
a-cobbllng of two fairy shoes the game I
to catch him by the acruff and hold on.
If he la firmly held for a long time he
will tell where la the aecret wealth aa the
price of hla freedom. But the leprechaun
I a llppery chap, literally and metaphor
Ically. If one' eye I allowed to wander
for an Inatant whiat, he la off. More
over, he wiU uae many potent charm to
make the eyo wander.
"The general belief In Ireland aa to the
origin of the fairies I a pretty tale," said
Mr. McManua. "When Lucifer raised hla
standard 'gainst God some of the angels
followed with him; others rallied 'round
Michael. This you know, of course, but In
Ireland it Is aald that there wa a third
party who tried to remain neutial and see
how thing would turn out. These when
Lucifer had fallen, when 'Him the al
mighty power hurled headlong,' the ques
tion of the punishment, of thla third party
came up. They were banlahed to earth
and became the fairies." ,
McManua read numeroua selection from
hi work and kept hi audience punctu
ating hi period with laughter.
INFLUENCE) OF SPANISH ART
ftalnh Clarkson. Lectarea Before ta
"Spanish art . la one of the live and mov
ing forcea of the preaent age in art, yet
the average atudent knowa little of It fore
and Importance. For 300 year men of gen
ius In art have been giving the world aom.
thing of value from their studio In Spain,
yet they have not been commonly known
nor their work familiar."
With thi Idea and utatement a hi
theme, Ralph Clarkson, the well known and
highly rated Chicago portrait painter, lec
tured entertainingly before an appreciative
audience at the Flrat Congregational
church Friday evening. The lecture was
under the ausplcea of the Omaha Society
of Fine Arts, more commonly known as the
A fine collection of stereoptlcon slide
greatly enhanced Mr. Clarkaon'a Ulk In In
tereet and value, the plcturea ahown being
example of the beat work of the various
masters of Spain. Covering the periods of
Spanish art from the laat of the alxteenth
century to the preaent day, Mr. Clarkson
narrated with striking distinctness the
characteristic of each period and told In
an attractive way of the contribution of
each to tha preaent art of the country.
Hla lecture was one of the moat didactic
and yet entertaining llluatrated addresses
delivered In Omaha thla aeason and waa
mot successful In point of attendance and
AID FOR GARMENT WORKERS
Orgaalaer Flood Preeeato Their Case
ta th Ceatral Labor
Organiser Flood of the American Federa
tion of Labor, who le In the city conducting
the garment maker' strike, and Represen
tative Jerry Howard of the state legislature
were heard at some lenfrth at the meeting
of the Central Labor union held last night
at Labor temple.
Organiser Flood Is making an effort to
enlist all possible aid In the fight which
the garment makers are now carrying on.
He reported a number of circumstances
which have greatly encouraged the strikers.
He also took up the matter of raising
money to support the strikers, whoa fund
are running low.
Jerry Howard gave an account of hla
atewardahlp in tha legialature and explained
some of the things he is trying to do. In
cluding his anil-Japanese bill and another
to make $ a week the minimum wage to
be paid to women factory worker.
Th anion endorsed the proposition to en
deavor to aooure an appropriation of 1)0,000
for th work of th labor commissioner
Instead of IS.OOt as heretofore. The asser
tion la made that the atatutes In regard to
factory aanltatton, protection of employes
and similar subjects rannot be enforced
without a suflclent force of tnspertora,
such aa haa been Impossible with the for
TOPICS OF THE DAY OF RES1
Jolm 0, Woolley Speaks Twice, in
Afternoon and Evening".
T. H C. A. HANSC0M PAEK M, E.
Re. Edward Bvaaa, Jr., Will Speak
to th Ceagregatloaal Enaeav.
orer nt SI. Mary'a Ave.
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at St.
Mary'a Avenue Congregational church,
Rev. Edward Evan, jr., will speak to a
union meeting of the Congregational en
deavors of this city. Mr. Evans Is sta
tioned at Hyennla and I the Nebraska
young people- missionary for said denomi
nation, hi territory covering many square
mile, over which he ride on horseback,
and will consequently bring to hi hearer
many Intereetlng Incidents regarding his
John O. Woolley. the noted temperance
reformer, will apeak on "Civic Righteous
ness at Huucora Park Methodist Epl
cnurcn ; Sunday evening at 7:
o ciocK. w estmlnlster Presbyterian and st
Mary's Avenue Congregational churches
win unlta in the service.
The Omaha Methodist Preachers' union
will meet at the Young Men's Christian
association building next Monday after
noon at I o clock. The Rev. Dr. r. c.
John will read a paper on "Th Limit of
Special noonday services at Trinitv cathe
dral. Eighteenth and Capitol, will be held
during the Lenten season, beginning on
vtan Wednesday, February U, and contlnu
wig tin jester eve. April 10. The onentna-
addre on that day will be made bv Blahnn
William of Nebraska, and th clargy of th
uioceee win apeak briefly at the eervlce.
The meeting will begin at 12:10 each day
and last for twenty minutes. There will be
a service on esch day of th week except
cunaay during me period of Lent,
Flrat Presbyterian church, corner Seven.
teenth and Dodge, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenka
v. jj., pastor.
swl . 'Vn Lord Bteane
Solo-O. Divine Redeemer Gounod
Anthem-Gently Lord, O, Gently Lead
Anthem,' NotMy Own These' Verdant1"
director; Miaa Myrtle Moaea. nrntritn Mr,
vuwi . 41 I H, I 1 lan,M
him ,e"nv tenor: Miss Nancy Cunnlng-
uo nuTK or tne Holr BDirlr In h.
Converaion of the World" is the aubject of
mev. Jb. ti, Jenka' hnaln. mv.1-
class lesson. First Presbyterian church, U
to u:n each Sunday. Everybody invited.
The Men's club of the Plymouth Conrr.
gatlonal church will meet Monday evening,
eoruary a. The addreaa will be bv At
tomey D. L. Johnaon on th subject of "In
Owing to the storm of last Sunday the
following program of the monthly musical
service will be repeated Sunday, February
a. at 4 o'clock, at All Saints' church:
Organ Prelude-Andante In D silaa
ri!.o"7Th.' Wern" Sir John Gosa
- ""i-uuiu uuo or ADranam
"' b. naveretock.
Munrm vast any Burden
Miss Grace Barr, Mrs. J. T. Heigren'
Mr. Rigdon and Mr. Haveratock. '
wgan ooic Keverle jean U Nicode
mi. n. Bimme.
Scprano Solo The Shadows of th Even
ing Hour...... Hammond
Anthem-Lead. Kindly Light. .Pughe Evan
.uiimiu iuiy ana rnorui, miss Grace
Barr and choir.
Organ Postlude Menuetto Tours
J. H. Blmms, organist nd choirmaster.
A Young People Christian Endeavor
rally will be held at tiro St. Mary' Avenue
Congregational church at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, tho occasion being the presence
in tne city or Rev. Edward Evans ir
aometlmee called "The Sky Pilot cf the
iBandhllls. Mr. Bvana has been sun-
ported In his work by the Congregational
Young People's societies of the state. He
ccrr.es from the east, but his great work
ha been among the aandhlll. Mr. Evana
I aald to be a iruch at home In the
addle a In the pulpit and haa many
thrilling experiences to narrate. The Chris
tian Endeavor singers ar Invited to meet
In the Sunday school room at S:X.
Rev. Nwton Mann, minister of Unity
church, will g've the next of hi lecture
on "Famoua Scene of Moral Heroism"
Sunday morning; subject. "Washington at
Valley Forge." A chang of date I an
nounced for the remaining two lecture of
th series. They will be given February 28
and March 7.
Rev. Daniel E. Jenkins, D. D., will preach
at the Dundee Presbyterian church at both
tne morning and evening service Sunday.
"Modern Business and Social Method
and Their Relation to the Church," will be
discussed by Rev. Dr. Loveland Sunday
evening at the First Methodist church
This will be th fourth sermon In th aeries
on modern church life and problem. Dr.
Loveland will read from a number of let
ter received from business men, giving
their view upon th ubject of modern
business method and their effect upon the
The following music will be sung by re
quest Sunday morning at North Side Chris
tian church, under the direction of Mr
H. J. Klrschsteln:
Processional Heaven Is My Horn
Response Be Still, for All Around I
Offertory All Thing Com of The"b
Anthem Beek y th Lord Roberts
Mr. Jaroea Knight and choir.
Processional Com W that Love the
Response Now the Day la Over
Anthem Crossing the Bar Ba'r'nby
Recessional Savior, Again to Thy Dear
name e naiee
The North Bide Christlon church chorus
choir I studying Harry Row ShoiUv'.
"Death and Life," to be presented Eaater
V, M. C. A. Mate.
The Sunday Bible club, conducted bv ai.
torney William Balrd. which meets in the
hoard room from I to i. is having a goo.l
attendance and profitable aeaslona. 8 u blue'
The Life Problem club la lncreulnr I.
enrollment and interest. The young men
are entering enthusiastically Into the study
under the able leadership of Dr. W. O
Henry. The toplo for diacuaslon Sunday
afternoon a S o'clock Is "Legitimate Re
wards of a Ufa Work."
John Q. Woolley. the famoua UmMruM
lecturer, who haa bean on the platform for
twenty-one years advocating the cause of
temperance, win addreaa a mass meeting
for men at the Youtiar Men' Christian as
sociation Sunday at i p. m. Mr. Woolley
waa th presidential candidate of tbe pro
hibition party In luO. H haa aince with.
drawa frum that party to devote hla ener
gtea to travel and lecturing. Tne addreea
Sunday 1U be of aa evaugeliaUo nature.
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It haa an extra large
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The Gate City, quartet will render several
T. W. C. A. Notea,
On account of the absence of Miss Kate
McHugh from the city, her class in Shakes
peare did not meet laat rnaay evening-,
but on Friday evenlna. February 26. at
8:15 Miss McHugh will begin a series of
three lecture on "Hamlet. ,T Arrangements
may be made at the office for attendance
at these lecture by those not members 01
Th library committee announcea that
over 300 booka have been added to the
association llbrarv aa a reault of library
day. February 16. Immediate atepa will be
taken to put the library in readlneaa for
It new quarters.
Miss Julia Welnlander will apeak at the
Gospel meeting next Sunday afternoon at
4:30. Misses Frances and Dorothy Ed
wards will sins. Social hour after the
meeting. All women Invited. Misa Kerr la
in charge of the music.
Next Monday. February 22, will be given
the "Colonial Tea Party" by the member
ship committee. Nearly 200 have secured
tickets. Those attending will dreas in cos
tume as far aa possible appropriate to
the occasion. The membership committee
will kecept no names after thi evening.
The February Drorrim. under the aus
pice of the house committee will be given
free of charge to all who care to attend
next Thursday, February 25, from 12:16 to
1, In the assembly room. Miss Marion M.
Nickum will give readings, "Sketches from
American Authors;" one from "Timothy a
Quest;" one from "A Romance of a Sum
mer Resort." Mlsa Dora Stevens will play
Bethanv Branch Flrat BaDtlat. SS63 Leav
enworth Sunday school, f, preaching by
the pastor, Friday.
At 4 o'clock a Goapel meeting will be
held In the parlors of the Omaha Qeneral
hospital, to which everyone Is invited.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist. Nine
teenth and Farnam. Lartc Theater Sun
day school, 9:45; service, 11; subject lesson
First Presbyterian, ' Seventeenth and
Dodge, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D.,
Pastor Services at 10:30 and 7:30. Sunday
schi-ol at noon. Christian Endeavor at 6:16.
First Church of Chrlat Scientist, Twenty.
fifth and Farnam. Chambers Building
Sunday school. 3:46; Sunday services, 11
and (; subject of lesson sermon, "Mind."
Pearl Memorial Methodist Episcopal.
Twenty-fourth and Larimore, Rev. Thomaa
C. Hlnkle, pastor Morning tneme, oi.
Paul"; evening theme, "Some Needa of the
First United Presbyterian, Twenty-first
and fcmmet, Rev. David R. Turnbull, Paa-
tor Service 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
Bible school at noon, meeting of young
people at 6:30 n. m. .
Church of the Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt. Rav. R. T. Bell, Pastor Ser
vice at 10:30 and 7:30; Sabbath school at
noon; Junior Endeavor at 3:30; Young Peo
ple's society at 6:30.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian. Rev. Thomas
B. Greenlee. Ph. V., Pastor Sermons at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
noon. Young People's Society Christian
Endeavor at 6:31) p. m.
First Christian. Twenty-sixth and Har
ney Usual services; preaching at 10:30 and
7:30; Bible achool.at noon; Young People a
meeting at 6:30; Bible training class Tues
day evening at 8. Stranger invited.
Seward Street Methodist. Twenty-aeeond
and Seward, Lotan R. DeWolf, Pastor
10:30, sermon by Rev. William Gors. D. D. ;
7:30, aermon by paator, aubject, "The In
vestment Whoae Dividends Are Sure."
St. Mark's English Lutheran. Twentieth
and Burdette, Groh, Paator 10:4i "All
People of One Blood-Jesus Rtdeemed Them
All;" 7:30 "Any Dlf ftculti-a Ahead? Yes!
Any DlecouragementeT No!" Sunday school
at noon; Young People. 6:45.
North Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hhibee. Pastor At 10:30 a. in..
"Pauses and Pn gresa." Sabbath achool at
noon. Young People' society at 6:36. At
7:30 p. m.. "A Study In Duty." Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at o'clock.
First Baptist. Twenty-ninth Avenue' and
Haray, Rev. J. W. Conley. D. D., Paator
Services at 10:30 and 7:30; morning ser
mon, "Nebraska s Greatest Need:" evening.
"The World' Only Hope;" Sunday achool
at noon; Young People meeting at 6:30.
People's. 516 North Eighteenth, Rev.
Charles W. Savidge pastor A remarkable
work of grace la In progresa in thla church.
The paator will preach at 10:30 a. m. and I
p. m. Prof. Mertea will have charge at the
Union Gospel Mission, 1331 Douglas At
s. m. a .gospel aervice will be conducted
by U D. Holmes. At t there will be Bible
atudy under Ih direction of T. J. Glrardet.
At 7:46 Charles F. Kobel will speak at
the Gospel meeting. . Miss Frances McGlf-
K ill .In. V . n 1 4 v nravsr ItilMln
will be heid every day excepting Sunday, j
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Terms i SB Cash. 4 Monthly . ,
l inch posts, best
French lacquer, new
and pleasing design,
bright or dull fin
ish. guarafHeed dur
ability, q mg
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a vi a v
Combination Kilchen Table
With cutlery drawer. Bread and meat
board, flour bin, as shown. It's the
handiest article of furnl- f QQ
ture for the kitchen, I JO
to people everywhere.
In oak or mahogany finish,
large, fancy shape. French
plate, beveled edge mirrors, set
In carved standards, serpentine
front, roomy drawers, brass
During the week beginning Monday. Feb-i
ruary 22, Rev. B. F. Fellman. paator of
Grace Baptist church, will hdld special
evangelistic meetings. Song service will
begin each evening at 7:46.
I .owe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth, and
Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel McGiffln, Pastor
Preaching at 10:30 a. m.; Sabbath ac,hoot
at 13 m.; young people's meeting at usual
hour; preaching at 7.30 p. m.
First United Evangelical, Franklin, Near
i wenty-rourth. Rev. j. A. Deck, Pastor
tsuraay school, 10 a. m.; worship, nam
thtme. "The Great Invitation;" holinesa
b'eeting, 3 p. m.: Christian Endeavor, 6:30
p. m.; worship. 7:30 p. m., theme, "A Right
Plymouth Congregational, Twentieth and
Spencer, John P. Clyde, Minister Morning
worship, 10:80; theme," The Light of the
World;1' Sunday school, noon; Christian
Endeavor, 6:S0; evening worship, 7:30;
theme. "The Eternal Conflict;" special mu
slo at each service.
McCabe Methodist, Farnam and Fortieth,
Rev. J. Narver Cortner, Pastor Preaching
by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 i m.
Sunday. Morning theme, "Prlvllegea, Re
sponstbilltles and Duties of Citizenship."
Trinity Methodist Episcopal, Twenty-first
and Blnney, Dr. John A. Spyker, Pastor
Sunday achool, noon; preaching aervice,
10:30 a. m.; pastor will preach; Junior
league, I; Ep worth league, 6:30; preaching
aervice. 7:80; paator will preach. Prayer
meeting Wednesday, 8.
Central United Presbyterian, Twenty
fourth and Dodge, R. B. A. McBride, D. D.,
Mir.later At 10:30. "Matriculation In the
School ol Chrlat." At 7:30, "The Story cf
How the Bible Came to Ua." Sabbath
schcol at noon. Young People's and
teachers' meeting at 6:30.
Grace Baptist. Tenth and Arbor, B. F.
Fellman, Pastor 10:46, "The Price of
Powers;" 7. teacher training class conducted i
by M. u. Mcleod; s, stereoptlcon address.
"Ten Nights in the Barroom;" Sunday
achool No. 1, Tenth and Arbor, noon: Sun-
aay scnooi jno. z. f ourth and Cedar, 3:30.
North Side Christian, Twenty-second and
Locust, Rev. H. J. Klrschsteln. Minister-
Church services at 10:3o a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sermon themes, morning, "The Stren
uous Life": evening. "A Question of Duty":
Bible school at noon. Christian Endeavor
at 6:16 p. m., mid-week meeting Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
Immanuel Baptist. Twenty-fourth and
Plnkney. Rev. Phlletua H. McDowell, Paa
tor At 10:30 a. m., "The Vision That Beck-
one On"; 7:30 p. m., "The Preaching That
Spreads Joy." Bible school at noon. Bap
tist Young People's union at 6:30, mid
week congregational meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:46.
Trinity Cathedral. Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth, Very Rev. George A. Beecher,
Dean Holy communion at 8 a. m.. Sunday
school and Bible olasa at 8:45 a. m., morn
ing prayer and aermon at 11 a. m., con
firmation class at 3:30 p. m.. young people's
meeting at 6:30 p. m., evening prayer and
sermon at 7:30 p. m.
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational. 8t.
Mary's Avenue and Twenty-seventh, Rev.
Lucius O. Balrd, Pastor Sermon by the
pastor at 10:30. Sunday school at noon.
Young People's rally at 4 o'cl ck, with ad
drers by Rev. Edward Evans, Jr. Junior
Endeavor and children hour at 4:30. Young
People' society at 6:4y.
Seven Day Adventlst, North Twenty
fifth, between Cuming and Indiana
Preaching Sunday at 8 p. m.. aubject, "Our
Dead Friends Do Not Communicate With
Ua Through Spiritualist Mediums." Scr
vicea every Saturday; Sabbath achool at 10
a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
First Congregational. Nineteenth and
Davenport, Frederick T. Rouse, Pastor At
1:30. "The lyive of Jesus. Vesper service
at 4. with organ recital by Ml. M. W. Busli,
nutilMed by Mr. F. G. Ellis. Joint Young
People' meeting at St. Mary' Avenue Con
gregational church at 4. when Edward
Evans. Jr., speaks. No evening service.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal.
Twenty-ninth and Wool worth. R. Scott
Hyde, Pastor Preaching by paator at 10:30;
theme, "Meeting the Angels.'' At 7:30 Hon.
John G. Woolley, the temperance lecturer,
will apeak. Westminster Presbyterian and
St. Mary'a Avenue Congregational churches
will meet in this service. The publlo cor
First United Brethren. Nineteenth and
1othrop, Jtev. M. O. McLaughlin, Paator
Sunday achool at 10 a. m.. preaching at 11
and 1:30 o'clock. Morning theme, "Let
There Be Light." All Masons and mem
bers of the Eastern Ktar are Invited to at
tend thla service. Evening theme, "The
Value of a Life." Patton'a orchestra will
play In the evening.
Calvary Baptist. Twenty-fifth and Hamil
ton. Rev. E. H. Curry, Pastor Services at
10:30 and 7:30, conducted by the pastor;
evening, the service Is evangelistic; bap
tism; Bible school at noon; Young People a
service, 6:80; Wednesday. 8, mldwet-k prayer
and praise service. Calvary Baptist branch.
Thirty-fourth and Seward. Sunday. 3:30,
scuoul; Friday. . Gospel service.
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
0. W. Greer Arrested on Charge of
Passing Forged Check.
HEARING PAVING INJUNCTION
Iavolvee Contract of tha National
Construction. Company for
th Work on L
G. W. Greer was arrested In South
Omaha yesterday afternoon on a charge of
forgery. He passed a check on A. A.
Snyder of the Snyder-Malone-Donahue com
pany Thursday evening. He claimed to
have money in the State Bank of Wyom
ing at Cheyenne, also in the First National
of Baltimore. Mr. Snyder advanced the
man $10 on a 840 check and told him ho
could get the balance Friday. The man
did the unusual thing for a man playing
the forgery game. He came for the balance
on his check. In the meantime the other
man had wired to Wyoming and found that
Greer was unknown. This led to the man's
arrest. He Is Jail awaiting an Investigation
by the South Omaha police, lie la probably
30 years old and said he had friends at
Waverly, la. The men he referred to there
said the man had been there two years
ago and at that time had a good record.
Paving Injunction Case.
ine hearing on the Injunction case In
which Fred Gfferman seeks to stop the
paving of L street by the National Con
struction company will be called this morn
Ing In Judge Redlck's court. It Is asserted
by the plaintiff that the contract was let
to the hlgheat bidder and to a company
naving the Inferior material. The city at
torney Is conducting the case for the Na
tional Construction company. The city
council after the teat of the brick and the
opening of the bids voted the contrsct to
the National Construction company over
the veto of Mayor Frank Koutaky. The
case Is unusually interesting, owing to the
complication of Interests.
Thlelke Say Fair Trade.
Herman Thlclke offer the following ex
planation of a case In the district court
In which John Stephen charge hlin with
fraud and duress in getting Stephens to
sign a deed for property consisting of two
lots. 14 and 15, block 80. Albright's Choice
addition. Thielke denies this, saying that
lie simply traded tw and a third acres
at Forty-eighth and X streets for th two
lots on an even trade He gave Stephens
opportunity to satisfy nlmself cf th worth
of the property (and Stephen willingly
Igned the deed. 'Now, being dissatisfied,
Stephen bring suit to have the deed set
Remedies are Needed
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indiscretions which hav Jon on from th early ages,
through countless generations, remedies art needed to
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squired weaknesses. To reach th seat of stomach
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aside. Thielke Is an old resident of South
Holy communion will be observed at St
Edward' church at 8 a, m. Sunday school
at 9 a. m. Vesper at 7:30 p. m.
At St. Clement' church matin with
sermon will be at 11 a. m. Sunday achool
"The Power of a Great Conviction" wi'.l
be Dr. R. L. Wheeler' Sunday morning
topic at the Prrsbyterlan church. He will
conduct an evangelistic service In the even
ing. Rev. R. W. Livers will preach from thi
topic "No Flag of Truce" Sunday morning.
The Young People's society meeja In tho
"Tho Christian In Christ's Stead" is Rev.
George Van Winkle's Sunday morning
theme at the. Baptist church. The evening
theme I "Following the Leader." Preach
ing services will bo conducted at Thirty
fourth and K streets at 3:45.
"The Baptism of Jesus by John" will be
the toplo of D. A. W. JohnBon of the
United Presbyterian church Styiday morn
ing. "How to Be Happy Amid Everyday
Troubles" is tha evening theme.
ftfagtlo City Oosslp.
A. H. Murdock haa gone to Greeley Cen.
ter. Neb., to conduct a case.
COAL! Try Howland's celebrated Silver
Creek. Office, 438 N. 24th St. Tel. South 7.
Jetter's Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No a,
Nick Folack was fined in police court for
stealing coal from the Union Stockyards
John Bomod was fined tl snd costs foi
stealings boneleaa ham from one of thi
Oak council No. 1332, Knight and Ladlei
of Security, will give a box social and
dance at Woodmen hall Tuesday evening.
The Isabella club gave a card party last
evening at Maaonio hall.
The funeral of Mrs. Peter Campbell, aged
61, who died Thursday, will .be held at 9
a. m. The body will be aent to Loveland,
Victor Proctor of Grelna. Neb., and Miss
Elisabeth Stephens of South Omaha were
married at the Baptist church Wednesday
The South Omaha police are lookln for
Joe Moravac, 2120 M atreet, who disap
peared on the eve of hla wedding to Miss
Lefler's Memorial church society wilt
give an athletic exhibition Monday evening
at the Young Men' Christian aaaoctatlon
gymnasium In celebration of Washington'
The South Omaha Hlah achool mln.ir.i.
drew a large crowd last evening, on the oc
casion of their annual appearance. The
proceeds msde a substantial addition to the
fund of the Athletic association.
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