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AK OMAHA SfXDAY - IIKK: MAY - .!!).
TOPICS OF THE DAT OF REST
Mn. T. N. McClintock of China to
Speak at North Church.
iimmr In St. Paid. Minn . and the side
trlpi In connection therewith. The second
! will be on "Two teek it Principal
Toint In t oiorado." The datea are May
Jl and May .
Tuesday eientr.g. nesi. the Ruslna OlrU"
I club has open night for lt member anl
their frltml A mus cal program In charge
or Miss Hlen Mac kin will b given In the
1 assembly room at 1:9).
WILL ADDRfSS TKE WOKEN .', V!. Vrr" EZZV ftTl'.
nruigirg Minw message from the recent
biennial convention In St. Paul. Minn.
Holes by Miss Mlnnsh Weber. Social hour
at S:i. All women Invited.
Dr. Joka Hsllst, Once rteotearspfeer
t thtlal Ha mid II. Mill reak
at V. M. C. A. on the De
Mia. T. X. McClintock of Hainan. China,
representing the Woman's Pn;jbyterln
Board of Missions of the Northwest, will
apeak before the Preabyterlhn union of
Omaha and vicinity Wednesday afternoon
at V;3a) t North church. Nineteenth and
Ohio streets. Mrs. McCilmork Is a forceful
and Intereallnt" apcaker and women of all
denomlnallona are Invited to hear her.
Music at Kountse Memorial church:
Prelude Andanteno .. l.emare
Frncessionsl Hark! Hark! M Soul . .St art
Solo Babylon Watson
Postlude-March In K flai Batiste
Prelude Evening Star (Tannahauaer
tut Love Dlvlna All Love Rscelltng. .
Klsa Bill and Mies Shaffer.
Pcntlude March, eeleotwd
E. A. Van Fleet, director. Charlee Cocke,
Special muale at Flrat Christian Sunday
will be a.i follow:
Anthem Croaaing the Bar rrothero
Response Hear l a O Father Prothero
Anthrm-Tha Ist Chord. ..Brewer-Sullivan
Tenor Solo O Irving Father llel Rkgo
Mr. J. J. Naven.
Mra. T-ouise Shadduck Zabrlskle. organ
lt. Walter Graham, director of mualc.
The Toung Wommi Christian associa
tion circulating llhrarv waa open to the
members for the flrat time Ihla noon Pooka
mar be had by members every day from
13 to 2. on Saturday evening from 7 to I
and on Sundays from i.Vt to 4. Anv
woman, whether a member or not. ia wel
come to read any book a In the reference
library at any time, but they muat not be
taken from the room.
Monday evening. net. May I. the In-Hls-Neme
circle Invites the general public to
hear Judge Howard Kennedy apeak on "The
Juvenile t'ourt and It Work." The circle
exists to further the religious Intercut of
the association and thla winter ha had
each mouth a talk by one of the workera
prominently Identified with the various
phllnntliroplc and charitable organizations
of the city, and ho many are Intereated in
the Jmenile court It waa decided lo make
Mil an open meeting In the Young Wom
en a Christian association auditorium. Hour.
I o clock. Special mualc by a male quartet.
I If This "jBetter
Vv"-wyvJW-' I aaaaai fl aan
That Distinguishes Madman's From Other Furniture Stores
Dr. Iceland of the Flrat Methodlat
church la giving a aerie of post-Lenten
lectures on Sunday evening on 'Spiritual
Mrswagea from Poeta and Song Writer."
"Alfred Tennyson, the Seer of Immortality, "
will be given Sunday evening. The vested
choir will render Tennyon "Ring Out
Wild Hell"' and 'Crossing the Bar" and
other aelerllon from thla great poet. The
audience la requcated to he in their aeata
promptly at 7:45. thua avoiding Interruption
of the inualcal prelude.
Flrat Presbyterian, Seventeenth and
liodge, Rev. Edwin Hart Jnka, paator.
Ant ham I WU1 Sing of Thy Power...
Solo God I My Shepherd Dvorak
Anthem Softly Fade the Twilight Ray
Anthem Jesutt. Meek and Gentle.. Ambrose
Choir: Mlaa Louise Janaen. aoprano and
director; Mia Myrtle Mosaa, contralto;
Mr. H. C, Jeaaen. tenor; Mlaa Nancy Cun-
Special monthly musical service in the
evening at the Hanscom Park Methodlat
Anthem "The Radiant Morn Hath
Paaaed Away" Woodward
Solo "Glory to Thee My God Thla
Quartet With eolo for aoprano, tenor,
baaa and alto "Hath Thou Not
Miss Woolf, Miaa Weterfleld.
Mr. Newell and Mr. Lang.
Pui "I Waited for tha Lord"..Mende'sohn
Mra. Stanley Hill and Dr. Jennie
Bolo "Like Aa the Heart Deeevelh the
Water Book" Allition
Mr. CTiarlea Lang.
Anthem, with aoprano sold "Inflam
matua" from "Stabat Mater" Rossina
Dr. Jennie Callfaa and choir.
Potlude March Scattaon ClaWe
Mlaa Marguerite Morehouse, organist;
Mr. Lea G. Krats. choirmaster.
At the North Side Christian church a
w omen' choru will render the special I
niualc at tha morning eervlee. In the
evening tha chorus choir will air. "The
Heavena Are Telling." from Haydn
'Creation." The chorus choir of thia
church, numbering twenty-five, expects to
attend the May festival .Saturday evening
In a body, to hear the "Meaalah," as the?
are preparing to give thla great oratorio
at Chriitmaa time.
V. M. C. A.
Sunday at o'clock Dr. Henrv will begin
a aeriea of talks before the Life Problem
club on the "Problem of Physical tempta
tion. May t he will apeak upon "Sax and
Life;" May a, "Sex and Manhood;" May
Is. "Sex and Religion."
At the association building Sunday after
noon there will be a timelv address on the
deposed aultan of Turkey regarding hi?
lire a no reign by ur. John Bsptlst, who
for three yeara waa court photographer
nd Intimately acquainted with the aecret
of the palace.
The debate between the Omaha and South
Omaha debating teams scheduled for Tues
day evening. April 27. waa noatnnned until
Tuesday evening. May 11. on account of tl.e
"uiiu.v 'i ice imif n ream to get reaav.
This la the first annual debate with the
South Omaha hoya. Admission to the de
bate will be free.
"Mother's day." Sunday, May . will be
ohserved by the Omaha association. A
program la being arranged. Mra. I .owe will
have a apcctal (mother's) dinner for the
boys away from home. There will be an
orchestra giving a concert In the lobbv In
the afterr.oor and an appropriate address
In the assembly room at 4 o'clock. Special
mush- and alnglng of favorite songs. The
association haa ordered 1.000 white carnn
lions, which may be secured at the build
ing Saturday afternoon and Sunday. All
the men and boya are asked to wear a
while carnation and to write home to their
Mlseellaneoa Annoancetnen ta.
Calvary Baptist, Branch. Thirty-fourtii
and Seward Sunday at 3:30. Bible school.
Tnursdey at S, prater meeting.
People a, L'harios W. Savldge, Pastor
Morning. "Help Yourself anu God Will
Help i'ou," evening, "A New Measage from
Second Church Christ. Scientist. Nine
teenth and Farnam, Lyric Theater Sunday
achool at 9:46. Service at 11. Subject lea
son aermon, "Everlasting Punishment."
Kojntze Memorial Lutheran, Rev. John
E. Ilummon, V'usior Morning subject, "Our
Political Pride " Kvening subject, "The
W Isa Man.' ' Special music.
Church of the Covenant. Twenty -seventh
and Pratt, Rev. R. T. Bell. Pastor Serv
ices at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; topic of
morning service, "Law Enforcement."
Flrat Unitarian Seventeenth and Cass
Morning service. 10:30; preaching by Rev.
W. A. Pratt; subject, "If Paul Were Alive
oday." A cordial Invitation la extended to
Church of the Good Sheperd. Twentieth
and Ohio 8 and 11, celebration of the holy
communion; 7:30, aervlce and sermon;
eaneaaay evening aervlce, wtin address.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints, 709 Leaven worth Sunday school at
10. Evening services at 8. These services
are free to the public William Redd, pre
fit at Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty
filth and Farnam. Clmmbers Building
Sunday school at :45. Service at H and 8.
Subject of lesson sermon, "Everlasting
Trinity Methodist, Twenty-first and Bin
ney, Pr. John A. Spyker, Pastor The pas
tor will preach t 10:30 and 7:30. Sabbath
achool at noon. Junior league at 3. Senior
league at 6.30.
8r. Paul's German Lutheran, Twenty-
eighth and Parkei. E. T. Otto. Pastor
Servlors at lo a. m. and evening service in
EiiRlis;- at 7M: tnerae, .The Work Of the
Fhat Presbyterian, Corner pf Dodge and
Seventeenth, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks. D. D.,
Pastor Morning service at 10:3. Hh enlng
at 7:30. Sunday achool at 12. Christian
Endeavor meetinr at :1S.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Thomaa B.
Greenlee, Minister Service at 10:30 and 8.
Sahbath school at noon. Junior Endeavor
society at 4:80. Senior Endeavor society at
7. Midweek metlnj Wednesday at 8.
Pesrl Memorial Methodlat Episcopal.
Twenty-fourth and Iiimore, Thomas O.
The wn,ien' ii-riii.rv of tl.e iMn.rch r.f I MlnK'.e. pss' nr - Morning tneme, "i ne fan
Tiu.n h -in i-aM si- ! of Babylon;" evening. The Paths of Glory
St. Philip the Deacon will hold their annual but to the Graxe." Sunday hool at
apron sale In the church guild rooms. Hit
North Twanty-firt ttreet, Thursday at'er
r.oon and evening. The proceoda are for
V. W. C. A. tea.
The educational committee haa made
definite arrangements for tmo of the prom
'jied aeriea of vacation trlD talks. The first
me wtn ie on tne national cnrlatlan F.n- I service at 11 and 8. The paator haa re-
First Christian. Twenty-sixth and Har
ney, J. M. Kersey. Paator I'stial services.
Preaching at 1O:S0 ind 8. Bible school at
12. Voung peopie'a meeting at 7. Bible
class Tuesday trom 8 to 9. You are cor
Flrat Reformed Church. Twenty-third and
Central Boulevard. Rev. F. S. Z.augg.
Paator Sunday school at 9:3U; preaching
teavor convention, which is to be held till
TALKS ON TEETH
(Bj Dr. C. R. L Murphy)
Bo manr p"fle have an erroneous ldi
that our method of restoring missing teeth
involves a surgical operation. W are con
stantly getting letters aaklng whether the
"operation" ia rainful or not.
There is nothing about this work that la
in the slightest lcgree related to an
"operation." You have nothing to fear or
The conatructivs part of the work ia
done In tha laboratory It la not evn a
teUloua- Job for the patient.
Bantah tha fear If you have held to the
Idea that it was a painful ordeal and one
to be- feared or dreaded.
Dr. Murphy' Method haa revolutionized,
the old-faahioned tortures of t ie demist
chair people are glad to Keep appoint
ments here, for each one mea.ia that tlie
new. beautiful teeth are that much nearer
ready to be placed In tha mouth.
W can refer to patients In every part
ff th't country.
Where do you live East. NVest. North
r South? If you will write for particulars,
we ran put you In communication with one
of our natlenta 1n you vicinity, to whom
j-oil can write. We may name some right In
your own town for there are many of
these happv rJpte scattered all over the
country and more being added daily.
Are you wearing a partial plate or a
brings? If ao. you know what it is to be
tortured. Wa sympathise with you but you
don't need to suffer lung.
If you are near enough you can call for
fraa examination of your teeth, and If you
are not rear enough to call yuu can write
for our free book. "Dr. Murpbr'a Method
of Dentistry," wliich explains the work In
Wliv not make a atari toward teeth per
Good teeth means good health.
. Opportunity Is knocking.
DR.E.R. L. MURPHY
510 N. Y. Life Buiidin.
FORMERLY CONSI'LTING AND EX
AMININli DENTIST WITH O. OORXHDN
turned from his trip and will have charge
of the services.
The Norwegian and Danish Methodist,
Twenty-tlfth and Decatur. R. P. Petersen,
Pastor Services at 1! and 8. Topics: Morn
ing. "A Better Omaha;'' evening. "Have
Ye Received the Holy 8pirit?" Young peo
ple's meeting at 7.
Trinity Cathedra!. Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth. The Very Rev. George A.
Beecher. Dean Holy communion at 8. Sun
day school and Bible class at 9:45. Holy
communion and aermon at 11. Evening
prayer and sermon at 8.
Fliat Vnited Prebyterian. Twenty-first
and Emmet, Rec. f. II. TurnbuU, Pastor
Services at 10:30 and 8. The celebration of
the crament of the Lord a (tapper st the
morning s?rvlce. Young people's meeting
at 7. Bible school at noon.
Mel a be Methodlat Episcopal, Farnam and
Fortieth. J. Narver Gortner. Pastor
Preaching at 11 and 8. Rev. William Gorst,
D. D., will preach at the morning service.
The paator will preach in the evening,
theme, "Loyalty to Law."
St. Mark's Engliah Lutheran, Twentieth
and Burdette, L. Groh. Pastor-Services
Bunday 10:4S, "Height of Joy Via Deep
Sorrow;" 8, "No Drudgery, but Delight In
Oud'e Way." Sunday school at noon; Young
People's christian Endeavor. 7:18.
First UnltsMl Bvangencaj franklin, .Near
Twenty-fourth. Rev, y. Detk, Paator
Sunday achool. 10 a. m : holiness meeting.
8 p. m.; Christian Endeavor, i p. m. ; wor
ship. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; themes. "A
Great Necesaity." "What Seek Ye."
Third Pteabyterian, Twentieth and Leav
enworth, Rev. William E. Todd. Paator
Sunday achool at 9:30. Morning aervlce at
10:45. Evening aervlce at 8. Rev. Di.
CT.arlee Hnron of Omaha seminary will
preach. Special music at each t-r ire.
North Preahy terlan. Nineteenth and Ohio.
M. V. Higt-. Paator Soi vices at 10:30 a.
m. and J:i p m.; Sabbath achool, L m.;
Young People's Society of I'hriatian En
deavor. g'30 p. in. No prayer meeting this
week, account seminary commencement.
Olivet Baptist. Thirty-eighth and Grand
Avenje. George MacDougall. Paator Morn
ing services at 11; subject, "l-w Enforce
ment." Sunday achool at noon. Baptiat
Voung Peopie'a union at 7. Eenlng wor
ahlp at S. when Prof. J. A. Baber wlli
Hanscom Tark Msthodisl Episcopal. Cor
ner of Twonty-nlnlh end Woolwortli. K.
Scotl Hyde. Paator-Preaching by ihe par-
tor at 10:30; at a a aervlce or song oy a
large chorus choir. Lae G. Krats. choir
master. Sunday achool at 13, Bert Wilcox,
First Congregational. Nineteenth and
Davenport. Frdrtc T. House. Pastor
Morning worship at K:. "The Present
Situation In Turkey " addreaa by John Bap
tists, a native of Turkey; vesper irriiit.
4.30 p. m., recital In anu y aiid son of (he
patriot reformer, Nehemiah.
Cjatetlur Preal ytcrlan. Slxtecntn and
("svellsr. Ralph H. Houseman. Minister
At 10:1", hesehial meeting to confer with
prospective ra"iiibers.. At 10:30. public wor
ship, ordination of rldera and l aeons, re
ception of member and sacrament of the
JJlxrd a aupper. Bible achool -at noon.
. Hi i ia n r.ii,iT . . - - ..... - -
Persooai Liberty Idea from Ui Spiritual
HEN you lay down your hard earned cash for furniture you ought
to get something MORE than just furniture. You're entitled to
assurance of quality and reasonable prices. More than that you're
entitled to pleasure and satisfaction in buying them and a continuance of these things in using them.
You're intitled to service the best possible service the Hartman kind. You'll find our salesmen
courteous You'll find our qualities guaranteed and you find our prices ABSOLULELY THE
LOWEST. We mean that every word of it. This is the store for satisfaction in every transaction.
"Let Hartman Feather Your Nest.
Complete with 1 '.ill warniilur closet
as ahown. 6 eight Inrh holes, large
square oven, asbestos lined. Math o
cold rolled stel, heavy
castings, full nickeled
AVEpIPDRT ROTPA THn Frame made of solid oak. each front
JJAVIiHrUftl DUX A Mil) potlt in ornamentPd w1tn CBrving. top
or nacK ann across rront is namisornoiy ruftlcil. T p
holstered throughout In heavy Imported volour. Has
best nil tempered steel springs, and deeplv tufted back.
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7A "psatvA D(
Made of solid OHk. wai riiilsh. il. I'rnn
plete with flour Mini in, hi i,m . i m
lery drawers, sliding bread and meat
hoard. Large utensil compartment.
liiaas noor to man cup
board and row of spice
drawers to top. .Spe
cial, at ,
in fTi i utr lit,
Made of solid oak. bent end de
sign, douhle strength rIssh, ad
justable shelves grooved for
mirror on top as
Of new cold air circulation,
cabinet, most economical re
frigerators, one of our most
extraordinary sale specials,
Made of solid oak. with solid quarter sawed
oak top. Mas massive base and large carved
feet. It I superior in
construction and finish.
Special for this sale,
Very handsome and of artistic design. Fancy
shape top and French shaped legs. Made
of solid oak or mahogany
veneer. They're tables of
highest character and strong
ly constructed. Special, each.
A very strong enrt. very
light, folds up compactly,
wheels double under, closes
by one single motion, has
large rubber tires. Price
hood of Nan
Three large drawers, fancy
ahape top. French plate bev
eled mlror. carved standards.
I resser made of
solid oak and thor
yjffl 1 liBiiE J1
Of massive design, serpentine
top drawers, one lined for ft I -verware,
lnrge ltnen drawer and
dish compiirtment. Kitm shape
French plate mirror. Mad.- of
quarter snwed oali. of export
thoroughly gn r
anteed; speclsl ....
They are made of solid quarter
oak. and have full serpentine
fronts, has extra large French
plate neveied mirror, you can
not find an equal to this value
.inn , n i u n
Covered In English waterproof cloth, covereil
dash, large hood. Folds with one motion. Has
nickeled guards. Kmtmeled gearings. Large
cushion tire wheels. Extra strong. Special...
12x9 SEAMLESS BRUSSELS RUGS
This rug value stnils without an eqaul In Omaha. Coloring
of that lasting Mini. I'atterna of the newest M mm mm tm
designs, floral ami oriental. They're firmly t 1 'X
woven. Made without seams. Kxtra fine I fl. I al
Of very handsome design, new shaped hack, handsomely
ruffled edge, frame of American quartered
oak highly polished, has large carved head
on each arm, upholstered throughout in
guaranteed Nantucket leather
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12x9 WILTON VELVET RUGS
Made with angle steel
frame, both Bides elevate,
making full size comfort
able bed. Three rows of
These couches are made with
frames of solid oak, beautifully
carved and hand polished. They
are set with the best oil tempered
bteel springs, and upholstered in
guaranteed Nantucket m rx
leather. Special III ltl
A V v ve
Most beautiful spring patterns, part of lot seiuiml in uut-
chaae or eaatern mills .Maae or neat mater
terlals. many different patterns from which
to choose. You never saw a better rug for
the money, ai.
III U I ! f I 1 U I V i
and Biilrltnoua Standpoints." with choru
choir sing ng.
Isnmauuel Baptist. Tweniy-fourth and
rinkney. J'hlletUi. II Mrlsia ell. J'aator
At IO:3u Miss Urace Hught of J-ipan wl'l
peak. Al ' p. in.. "The IJfe of Hlgi Alti
li.des." flutulav s-'iool hi noon Voung
People's (oe'etv at T. Midweek rie-ting
Wedm siUy evening nt o'clocl;
First Kapllhl Twenty-nln'.li ant llarnev.
Rev. J. V. Conley, I.'. L.. Cust ir eWvh et.
I". Jo a. in and P in.; iniiriung s rin.m.
"I'tidi for tin' Kliigihun.'' lu tli pv. ring
lr. John Haptlei of 'onstanl Inople, an Ar
menian, will tell o'i of conditions in Tur
key. Hunilay school. 1-' ni. ; youni; people s
meeting. 7 p. m. iiethany BraucU, S!
Iavenworth street. Sunday achool, I p.
m.; gospel meeting Friday, p. m.
Central I'nlted Preaoy terlan. Twenty,
fourth and Dodge, R. H. A. McHrlde. U. L) ,
Miniaier-Morning worship. W3u; sermun
sublet t. "A Command and Its Justification.
Keening worship, sermon sub.tecl,
"Christ' Fost Itesurret'tlon Appeaiance In
Galilee." Hubhtitli arhool at noon.
tlrae.. I.utuerun. nj-1.126 Siuth Twenty
kixln. M I.. Jdelnk. f'HSinr Will hold an
nlrrsary eerili es. Ii l in Jun fix years
sine- Itev. Mr. Meii. lt took chaigea luilor
f.f llila rhiirr-h U ii.ir tttiH nvmun yl llti.i
111. wi!' he s,icihI for Hie onaftlon. At S I
p. ni. the seiuion will be i-uiii ih text. J
"Wi.at will it give mu and 1 will deliver J
Him unto you." subject. "Heware of Men
Who Sell Out." Bunday achool at 1J.1S p
m.; I.uther league, 7 p. m. ; prayer meet
ing on Wednesday night.
St. Mary a Avenue Congregational, St.
Mary'a and Twenly-seventh, Hv. Kuciua
it. Balrd. I'aator Morning worship. 10 :;
sermon by the pastor. lulpu edliurl.il.
"Ohedittnce to Law the I'rlce of Liberty."
Bunday school at ntMin; Junlnr Knil-avor
and pastor's rlasx, 4::iu. Clirlsiian Kni-avr
aoclety, o:4i. I
We xtnilnsier rresiiyieluii, T n;y. npuli !
and Mason Rev. W. P Kultnii, I". 1 . j
l'alor Tin- pastor wi'l pieneh at t.:',t ami
el :: he will peaW on ' John Knox. Iliej
Reformer, of Scoilund." Sabbath school i
and Hible classes at noon. Izard street
mission school at 3 o'clock. Young People's
society at f:t.
Calvarv Baptiat, Twenty-fifth and II am
illon. Rev. E. R. Curry, Paetnr Services
al 10.30 and I. The 1-ord's Supper ob
served sml hand of fellowship given new
tu muera at close of morning aermon.
Kening topic. "Our City Klectlon." Bible
school tit 1.'. Voung peopie'a meeting at 7.'
Wednesday at 8. prayer service.
Ijisr Avenue PrvsbvterlMii. Corner For
tieth and Nicholas. Rev. Niithaniel MMilf
fm. I). 1 1.. Mmlst-r Morning worship at
10 V Kvning suixlil'i at 0. Habhath aehool
u i rj. Chriaeiaii Kndea or al 7. At the
mens r.ible class lbs siihiert will be. "C:ir
Rlgliieouness." An inviihiiun is extended
to all men to attend thia class tomorrow.
At night the pastor begins a aeriea of
sermons on "The I.o.d's Prayer."
First Methodlat Kplacopal The Sunday
services will be conducted by the paetor
Rev. Frank I- Ijovelaud, I) 1. ; mu.lc by
the vested cldr; Thomas J. Kelt,, rholr
master; morning theme. "A Fundamental
Necessity In Our Clvillzslion." In the
evening the sermon will be the second In
the series of "Spiritual MrsaSH-s from
I'oets and Prose writers." The subject w.ll
on "Tenmson. the Se.r of Immorialii v "
The choir will aing "Ring Out, Wild Unia"
and "Crossing- the Bsi." : Ten.nson.
Sunday school st noon. T. K. Stuigess su
tM-nni. nil. nt : Voung p.oilo', orvi, Z.,
SI. It. B Maul, president ,rr"- a
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