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THE OMAHA SUNDAY JULY 11. 1909.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
x Row on Offices
Police Commissioners Discuss En
forcement of Liquor Law.
TAFT TRIP KOW ARRANGED
Freiident to Start Acroii Continent
13 001X0 TO SEATTLE FIRST
Nam ef Omaha la Not Mentioned la
Itinerary as Present Planned
Will Mrr( President Die
at El Paso.
WA8HIXOTON. July 10-Presldent Taft
today, whll enroute to Washington, gave
an outline of tha tentative plana for his
trip through tha wait and south thla tall,
' Tha president has abandoned all Idea of
visiting Alaska thla year, largely owing
to tha fact that Mra. Taft will not b abla
to go with him. T'pon hla arrival here
today tha president received word from
Beverly that Mra. Taft waa rapidly Im
proving In ha)th. She went for a rail
yesterday and the cool weather of the
northern shore of Massachusetts la assist
lng wonderfully In her recuperation. The
president feala, however, that It would
be too murk of a atraln upon hla wife to
aak her to go - on tha long western trip
thla fall, which will occupy about two
Starts Oat Sentemher IS.
As soon as tha tariff bill haa received
tha aanotton of tha president. Mr. Taft
will leave Washington for Beverly: Its
will remain there until ' September la, hla
I2d birthday, when he hopes. If Mrs. TaXt
continues te improve, to begin his western
The president will head direct from
Beverly to Seattle, stopping for brief
visits enroute at Denver, Salt Lake City
and Rpokana. After vlaltlng the Alaeka-Tukon-Paclflo
exposition the president will
swills' down te tha southwest, stopping for
a, time at Portland, where he will be the
guest of Senator Jonathan Bourne, and
proceeding thence to San Francisco, where
he will spend several days In Inspecting
the rebullded olty. Leaving San Franctaoo
the prealdent wilt go direct to Los Angeles,
where he will stop for several days with
his sister. From Los Angeles the presl
dent will go to San Diego and then go
Into Arlsona and New Mexico, the last
remaining territories which are to be ad
mltted to the United States.
Will Meet Diss.
Coming out of New Mexico the president
will stop for a time at El Paso, where he
expects to meet President Diss of Mexico.
Mr. Diss antf President. Taft have never
mot. The Mexican president wrote recently
to the White House suggesting a confer
ence at El Paso and President Taft re
plied today that he, wou'd be delighted to
meet the Mexican executive about October
16, the meeting depending, of course, upon
the president's ability to make the western
After his stop at El Paao the president
will visit Ban Antonio, where he will in
spect Fort Sam Houston. Mr. Taft while
secretary of war was deeply Impressed with
the post and was Instrumental in building
It up to Its present Importance. After vis
iting Austin and Dallas, T'.-x., the president
expects to spend several days on the r.im:h
owned by his brother, Charles P. Taft, at
Corpus Chrlstl, near Brownsville.
At Waterways Cong-rese.
Continuing east the president will atop at
Houston and go to New Orleana to attend
the meeting of the deep aa.i ways con
gress, the date of which will be fixed to
suit his convenience.
After attending the convention Mr. Taft
wants to stop for' a time In the Bayou
Teche country of Louisiana, the land of
Evangeline. From there tbe-pildent will
' proceed to Jackson Miss., thence to Mont
gomery, Birmingham and Macon. From
Maoon the president will go "home" to
have a game or two of golf on the links
where he spent so mulh time last winter.
Leaving Augusta the president goes to
Savannah and from there Uglns his north
ward flight to the White House, stopping
at Wilmington, N. 0., ani Richmond, Vs..
( Try it Once More
After Four Months of Separation De
cide Their Quarrels Petty and
John Q. Thompson and Mollle Thompson
who were divorced In Iowa about four
months ago, have taken out a license In
Douglas county to remarry. They have
found in their separation, they say, that
their quarrels were not irreconcilable and
have decided to try again.
MASONS H0N0R RICHARDSON
Grand Commander of Benthem Juris
diction, Scottish Rite, Given In
Grand Commander Jamea D. Richardson
of Washington. D. C, ths head of the
Southern jurisdiction of 6cottlsh Rite
masonry, wss the guest of the Scottish
Kite bodies of Omaha at the Rome hotel
Friday evening at an Informal reception,
- Saturday Commander Richardson was
given an automobile tour about the city
under the guidance of Masonic friends
and will be entertained this evening at the
Field club. Commander Richardson Is on
his annual Inspection tour of the Scottish
Rite bodies of the west, having but re
cently completed an inspection of the
Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and Pacific
coast Jurisdictions. He will return to
Washington this evening. -
H. M. Thornton of Gerlng Is a guest at
W. A. Keefer and wife of Kearney are
at the Paxton.
F. M. Uass of Spaldlnr and G. A. Hart
ley Oi Tor X are at me aiercnams.
W. H. Helner of Hooper and Wr W. Hart
of Norfolk are atopplng at the Millard,
K. D. Lehman of Fremont and L. A,
Jordan of Gordon are at the Her Grand.
C.E. Branch of Springfield and W. W.
Young of Stanton are stopping at the
E. E. Beale of the Central Coal and
Coke company has rone to St. Cloud, Colo
for two weeks fishing trip.
Sam Hutchinson, excursion agent of the
rniim Pacific will pass through Omaha
Sunday noon on the Los Angeles Limited
with seventy tourists enroute to leiiow
siono park. Most of these come from Chi
cato ana nearoy points.
Serve Post Tfcasties .
Right from the box.
Crisp, tender, delicious.
borne people like good
Ask the grocer.
Pkgs., 10c and 15c.
Followers Object to Executive's Plan
to rick Jimocrat Candidates for
Is the Dahlmsn.club the democracv of
Douglas county .or Is It merely the wise
na chosen few?
Mayor .Dahlman says It's ths whols de
mocracy, and John J. Mahoney, backed
by P. C. Heafey and L. J. TePoel, says
H is not, and they debated It back and
forth for an hour at Friday night's meet
ing of the club until a compromise was
errected and both sides got their plans Into
Mayor Dahlman wanted a committee of
five appointed. Including the chairman of
the county committee, to set out and hustls
for the much needed candidates to fill up
me ticket before the primaries.
We were betrayed at Lincoln last winter
by our own men." said the mayor, "and
with the primary laws whloh they out into
effect we can't get democrats to file for
office. There are 141 offices, and only three
democrats hare filed so far. If we get
good men we've got to work hard to get
John J. Mahoney then declared that the
people would complain If the Dahlman
committee appointed candidates.
Let them kick," said the mayor. "The
Dahlman club is the part of the party
that does the work that counts, and If
anyone has any kick let htm get out and
file for office."
"It's making a farce of our protects for
having the people rule," objected Mr. Te
Poel. That's not what We are after," replied
the mayor. "I have no objection to calling
s general meeting of democrats, but we
can't let them take time to choose people
It was finally decided to have the chair
man appoint-a committee of five, to be
announced Saturday, which should get good
men to file for the officee, and to have a
general democratic meeting, at the club
rooms nest Wednesday night at whloh the
results of the committee's work could be
made known. This compromise had a
strong flavor of Mayor Dahlman In it, but
was accepted by the Insurgents. ,
The only men who were actually men
tioned for office were Henry Merton, who
will probably be the club's candidate for
county Judge, and P. C. Heafey, who was
assured that he would be endorsed for cor
oner. Frail Woman
Gets ttie Best
of a Constable
Successfully Bluffs an Offioer and
He Delivers Himself of a
Weak as woman la supposed to be, there
are times when one of her sex rises up
and does something that almost make
her entitled to some of the masculine
honors for strength. Often when woman
has the temerity to assert herself man Is
hanging around In the vicinity of action
and gets a few holes punched Into his
pride and lengthy record."
This Is the opinion of Constable John A.
Woods, who was bluffed by a Mrs. Jay
C. Kalpan; alias Grace Coleman, living at
Ninth street and Capitol avenue.
With an order of replevin for a trunk,
Issued upon the application of Jay C. Kal
pan, Constable Woods marohed boldly
forth yesterday to the house of Mrs. Kal
pan, where he met with unexpected oppo
At the door Mra. Kalpan met the con
stable and told him ha had no business
around her house; said the trunk was not
there and that her husband, who was ths
complainant, could go to a region where
stoves are not In demand. ' Her appearance
and talk were so tierce that Constable
Woods meekly backed away from the
house without gaining entrance to make
a search for the trunk.
When Constable Woods was bluffed out
It fell upon some other man to get the
trunk from Mrs. Kalpan, and Alvln R.
Hensel proved himself big enough to do
the Job. lie marched boldly to the Kalpan
house, met the woman at the door and
under his fire of words her bold front
wilted. She apologised for her conduct
in i keeping Constable Woods out of the
house and In trying to hold Hensel at
bay. and, becoming real meek, led Consta
ble Hensel to the replevlned trunk and
helped him Sake It from the house. .
MEMORIAL TO DR. x HERZL
Trlhate Wilt Be Paid to Fonader of
Honiara at the Rnsslan
Memorial aervlcee In memory of Dr.
Theodor Hersl, organizer of the "Modern
Zionism." will be held Sunday evening In
the Russian Jewish synagogue at Twelfth
street and Capitol avenue, under the aus
pices of the Zionist societies of Omaha.
The meeting will be at I o'clock and the
public Is invited.
Dr. Hersl. termed the "modern Mosee,
was born In Budapest May t. 1M0, and
died July 8. death being caused by apo
eeen felt and Sunday haa been designated
In which he was so deeply Interested. His
death Is mourned wherever his work has
ben felt and Bunday has been designated
by the societies as memorial Sunday the
Prominent local speakers will address the
Sunday evening meeting, delivering eulogies
on the death of Dr. Hersl.
SANTA FE THROUGH OMAHA
El Pna-Cnleacej Train Takes Back
island Trocne to Avoid
The Chicago special on the Santa Fe
railroad, running from El Paso, Tex., to
Chicago, went through Omaha on the Rock
Island tracks at 8:80 Friday night, having
been dr toured around this way because of
the floods In the south. Thla was the firs
through train ths Santa Fe has been able
to get into Chicago In three days.
The first Wabash train that haa been
sent out of Omaha slnoe Tuesday went
south Saturday morning to Stand berry.
Mo., where it probably will be delayed sev
eral hours on account of the soft roadbed.
TWO ROGUES G0 TO PRISON
Diamond nad Cash Register Thieves
Draw Eighteen Mentha Each tn
John Fearman. who pleaded guilty to
stealing' a diamond from Arthur Kuhn,
haa beea sentenced to eighteen months In
the penitentiary, and George Hassan, who
eonfeased stealing a cash register, haa been
given the same eentenoa.
John O'Brien was arraigned for lareeoy
and pleaded not guilty.
POSTAL RECEIPTS INCREASE
Report for Jane Indicates Gain et
Slsfy per Cent Over the Same
Month Last Year Magle
The South Omaha Board ot Fire and Po
lice Commissioners held a conferenoe yes
terday afternoon In the office of T. J.
O'Nell to arrange the details of the fire
and police departments. The conference
waa sVcret and little that was planned
was given out. The Item of Importance
which will please the men affected by the
S o'clock closing law was that the board
Is to require the strict enforcement ot the
law, and more especially the police de
partment la charged with special vigilance
to close all pool halls, clubs or private
places where any liquor Is dispensed aftr
I p. m. It Is charged by numerous saloe'n
men that the keepers of certain cigar.
stores and of pool halls have kept liquor
on tap for some of their thirsty customers,
and that the same Is sold to them, al
though It Is a serious Infringement of the
fllooumh law as well as the daylight sa
loon bill. The chief aaid last night that
the department had at ways been ou the
watch to see that this clasa of business
men kept strictly within the law. He said,
further, that every doubtful case would
be fully probed under the latest order of
the board. "It Is only common Justice. "
said the chief, "after .we charge saloonmen
ft, 000 for having a place of business, to see
that they are protected in the privilege.
and not let everyone who may wish to
break thla law profit by hla reatrlctlona."
Dr. Faulk stated last nlgMt that the
time of the next meeting of the board had
not been definitely fixed, but that the board
waa considering the time, which wilt prob
ably be soon.
Firemen and Policemen Let Ont.
The axe fell on five firemen and five
of the police department Saturday mornlnr.
The axe waa wielded by the new democratic
fire and police board. After aeveral con
ferences, the board held a publlo meeting
Just before poon Saturday and announced
the first list of changes.
The new appointees for the fire depart
ment are J. O. Laughlln, J. J. Buglewles.
Cornelius Starr, Henry Keller, John Dona
hue and Dave Duncan. These men relieve
Lester Shamblln. John Bonkel, Charles
Lewis. James Brabetts and E. E. Norton.
In the police department James Sheehan
and Peter Powers were made captains,
superceding . Captains Nels Tumqulst and
J. C. Trouton. W. P. Corrlgan and M. J.
Corcoran were appointed Jailers In place of
William MoCralth and F. M. Smith. Frank
O'RourVe was made patrolman tn place of
Officer P. J. Harder. Officer P. E. Pierce
was mads patrol driver.
President J. J. Fltsgerald of the board
said these were all the changes to be an
nounced for the present The ' two chiefs,
Dave Garrett and John Briers, were re
tained, and it Is thought the character of
the department for general, efficiency will
not be greatly changed In either direction.
The board voted to erect a temporary
stable for the patrol team back of the
olty Jail and to equip the patrol team with
Postal Receipts Increase.
Postmaster F.. L. Howe reported yester
day that during the last three months the
postal receipts have Increased fully 13
per cent. The postal receipts have always
been looked upon as Indicating the volume
of business and tha general prosperity of
the city. If this Is ths case South Omaha
is on the optimistic side of the column.
The receipts for June were 115,872.97, as
against $9,872.87 In 1908, a difference of
t6.000.60. This figure Indicates a gain of
fully 66 per cent. The greater portion of
the receipts Is yet at the general post
office, although the Union Stock Tarda
station furnishes an important item In
ths postal revenues. About one-third of
the postal business of the city Is con
ducted within the packing district.
FasaaMMil of Patrick McDonoagh.
The funeral of Patrick McDonough was
one of the largest in the history ot South
Omaha. Alt members of the Eagles made
g special effort to attend with the result
that one of the most solemn and Imposing
marching columns was formed. The An
cient Order of Hibernians waa out to a
man. The service was conducted at St
Agnes' church, which was packed to the
doors. Father Cooney conducted the serv
ice, said mass and preached a short ser
mon. The brothers of the deceased from
Kansas were present, as well as a large
number of relatives from that state. The
pallbearers were Mike Corcoran, Patrick
Corcoran, James Sheehan, Patrick O'Don-
nell, Dennis Ruddy and Tim McCarthy.
The burial was In St Mary's cemetery.
Calvin Anniversary Services.
The Presbyterian church will observe the
400th anniversary of the birth of John
Calvin Sunday morning. In the evening
the officers of the Christian Endeavor so
ciety will be Installed.
Rev. R. W. Livers will have returned by
Sunday, July 11. His Sunday morning
theme will be "Chrlstllkenesa."
Grounds for Optimism" is the theme of
Rev. George Van Winkle's Sunday morning
service. Evangelistic services will be con
ducted In the evening.
"The Publican's Prayer" Is the topic from
which Rev. D. A. W. Johnson will preach
his Sunday morning sermon. There Is to
be no evening service, except the young
people's prayer service. x
Negotiations for the purchase of the Pres
byterlan church have been completed.
Macle Cltr Gossip.
J. M. Tanner la Improving aafely since his
Miss Irene Thomas left last night for an
extended visit In Ohio.
Mrs. William Barclay has-rone to Avoca,
la., for a visit or several days.
Henry Truehart expects 'to leave today
on a vacation trip tnrougn Colorado and
The women of the Christian church will
give a home cooking sale at Paul Hanoi's
meat .market today.
The police arrested Dirk Llnsey and John
Davis yesterday on suspicion. They had
In their possession several silk dresses of
fine quality. s
The Council Bluffs - golf team will play
their same with South Omaha Sunday on
the South Omaha course, because the course
at Manawa Is under water.
Mrs. D. C. Dlmock has returned from a
visit to her daushter, Mrs. Wsrren Mulll
ken. of Fremont. Mrs. Dlmock's son
Harold, returned also.
Mrs. A. G. Biirbank of Cordova. Neb-
end Miss Grace Spearman of Whitney, are
the guests of Mrs. K. A. jonnaon. mey
will remain over Saturday.
Miss Lorena Hamilton, Thirty-first and
1 streets, has gone on a visit to Belle
Plain. Ia. She will visit In flrtnnell, Cedar
Rapids and other points before her return
to oulh omana.
Mrs. Mary revers, aged H. alstr of Mrs
Patrick Rowley and Thomas Flemmlng
AlmA vestrrdav at the residence of Mrs
nn.ln Rha had lived with Mrs. Rnwlev
for the last twenty years. The funeral will
be held from the residence, 1M0 North
Twantv-fourth street. Sunday afternoon at
S o'clock. Ths burial will be In St Mary's
A. Ton of Col
eould buy nothing better for female weak
nessee. lame baok and kidney trouble than
Electric Bittern. too. For sale by Beaton
TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST
Rev. Lucius 0. Baird Will Speak at
T. M. C. A. in Afternoon.
BUILT FOB THE CABG0, SUBJECT
Rev. W. 8. Fulton Preaches His Fare.
well Sermon as Paster of Wtil
Blaster Presbyterian Caarrh
Rev. Lucius O. Baird will speak at the 4
o'clock men's meeting- at the Young Men's
Christian association. The subject of his
address Is "Built for the Cargo." The
meetings for the summer are being con
ducted In the boys' parlor and reading
rooms, second floor, east slds of the build
ing'. William Parker, who resigned his posi
tion as membership secretary, haa been suc
ceeded by Q. R. Wagenseller.
J. F. McAbee, Claude Neavles and Jacob
Gehrig are In attendance at the summer
term of the Institute and training school at
Lake Geneva, Wis.
A tennis tournament was launched at the
Toung Men's Christian association outing
park Saturday afternoon. This will be a
round-robin affair, to be followed by a
handicap tournament. Owing to the high
ground and sandy soli the courts are in
condition for playing a few hours after
the heaviest rains.
The Boys' Nature Study club will have
Its closing exercises tonight at 8:15, tn the
assembly room. Prof. Barker will give a
stereoptlcon lecture on "Reptiles, Old and
New," after which the prises for work
will be awarded. A Toung Men's Christian
association membership is given as the
first prize for the best all-round work In
the club. A 1 prise Is given for the best
collection of Insects, also $1 for the bust
collection of bird cards, and $1 for the bast
collection of leaves of trees.
The work done by the boys during the
entire terra will be on Inspection.
Beginning Sunday evenlng'and continuing
through July and August, there will be
no evening preaching service in the audi
torium of the First Methodist church-
There will be an evening service every
Sunday night at T o'clock and lasting un
til 8 o'clock, held In the church parlors
These evening services during July and
August will be under the direction of the
Rev. W. S. Fulton will preach his fare
well sermon as . psetor of Westminster
Presbyterian church Sunday morning.
Kountxe Memorial Regular morning
service at 11 o'clock and Sunday school at
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty-
fifth and Farnam Sunday school at :v.
Services at 11. Subject of lesson-sermon,
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dav
8alnt. 170 Leavenworth. William Redd.
Presiding Elder Sunday school at 10. ET n
Ing services at S.
First Christian, Twenty-sixth and Harniy,
J. M. Kersey. Pastor Preaching at 10 )
and t. Bible school at noon. Young peo-
plo's meeting at T.
Second Church of Christ. Folentist, Nine
teenth and Farnam, Lyric Theater Sunday
school at :&. Service at 11. Subject lesson
McCabe Methodist 'Episcopal. Fortieth
and Farnam, J. Narver Gortner, Pastor
Theme st 11 a. m.. "Saul;" at S p. m.,
'Vhrist Before Pilate."
Grace Lutheran. 132 South Twenty-sixth,
Rev. M. L. Melick. Pastor At 10 46 a. m.,
"The Call of God." Sunday school at 12:15.
Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Plymouth Congregational. Tweutleth aid
Spencer, John P. Clyde, Minister Morning,
10:30, "The Basis of Courage for Present
Iay Action." Sunday school at noon.
First Baptist. Twenty-ninth and Harney
Sermon by Rev. W. T- Fowler at 10 J. Sun
day school at neon. Bethany Braooh First
"The Safe Road to Travel"
This route affords a splendid oppor
tunity to combine education and pleas
ure; and to learn about the New West
and the Great Northwest.
Union Pacific trains traverse the
heartof these beautiful and interest
Persons traveling via our lines can
arrange for stopovers at any point en
route, including Denver, Salt Lake
City, Yellowstone National Park and
.Write for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific folder, it
will interest you. For full information rela
tive to rates, routes, eta, call on or address
City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam St.
Phones, Bell Doug.' 1828 and Ind. A3231
Baptist. 1863 Leavenworth Sunday school
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational, Twen-
ty-reventh and St. Mary's Avenue, Rev.
Lucius O. Baird, Pastor Sermon subject at
10:80, "Triumphs of Today." Sunday school
First Presbyterian, Seventeenth and
Dodge, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D.,
Pastor Morning service at 10 su. nunaay
school at noon. Christian Endeavor meet
ing at T.
Clifton Hill Presbyterian, Forty-fifth and
Grant. Thomas B. Greenlee, Pastor Bible
school at 1:30. Publlo worship at 10:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor society at T p. m. No
St. Paul's German Lutheran, Twenty
eighth and Parker, E. T. Otto, Pastor
Services at 10 a. m.; evening services In
English on the first and fourth Sundays of
the month at 7:6.
First Reformed Church, Twenty-third and
Central Boulevard, Rev. F. 8. Zaugg,
Pastor Sunday school at 9:39. Preaching
services at 11 and 8. The Lord's supper at
the morning service.
Church of the Co'-enant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt, Rev. R. T. Bell, D. D., Pastor
Services at 10:30 and 8. Sabbath sohool at
noon. Junior Endeavor at 8;30. Young
People's society at 7.
Trinity Cathedral, Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth, Very Rev. George A Beecher,
Dean Holy communion it It m. morn
ing prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.; evening
prayer and sermon, 8 p. m.
Central United Presbyterian, Twenty
fourth and Dodge, R. B. A. McBrlde, D. D ,
Pastor Rev. Wlllard Lamps will preach at
10:30 and 8. Sabbath school at noon. Young
People's Christian union at 7.
The Friends, O. M. Fraser, Minister,
Residence 478 North Thirty-ninth, Tele
phone Webster 8120. Meeting for worship at
Barlght hall, Nineteenth and Faruam, at
11 a. m. Young people's Bible class at
10 a, m.
St. Mark's English Lutheran, Twentieth
and Burdette, L. Groh, Pastor "Why Do
People Work? To Do Good or tlet UoodT"
at 10:45. "The Struggle Now and Coming
Later," at 8. Sunday school at noon. Young
people s meeting at T:16.
Third Presbyterian, Twentieth and Leav
enworth, Rev. Willlem E. Todd. Pastoi
Sermon toplo at 10:46 a. m., "The Aboli
tion of Pin-Hols Religion;" at night, at 8
o'clock, "Straight Goods." Coolest rooms
In town. All are welcome.
North Presbyterlsn, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hlgbee, D. D., Psstor Morning wor
ship, communion at 10:80: Sabbath school at
r.oon; Young People's Society ot Christian
Endeavor at 7; union evening service at
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church at 8.
Castellar Presbyterian, Sixteenth and
Castellar, Ralph H. Houseman, Minister
Calvin 800th anniversary commemorative
service at lo:au; tneme. laivamsm as an
Influence. Bible school at noon. Young
Walnut Hill Methodist, Forty-first and
Charles, Rev. E. E. Hosman, Psstor At
10:30 a. m. public worship by Rev. C. W.
Miller; Sunday school at noon, George T.
Llndley. superintendent; Epworth league,
7 p. m.; publlo worship, sermon by Rev. C.
W. Miller, 8 p. m.
Pearl Memorial Methodist Episcopal,
Twenty-fourth and Larlmore, Thomas C.
Hlnkle, Pastor Morning. 10:4ft. "The Rich
Man, ths Camel and the Needle's Eye."
Evening, 8, "The Value of Watchfulness."
Sunday school at 11:46. Epworth league at
7. Clifford P. Daniel, choirmaster.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal,
Twenty-ninth and Woolworth Avenue, R.
Scott Hyde, Pastor Preaching by the pas
tor at 10:30, theme, "The Foundations
Which Abide." No evening preaching ser
vice; Epworth league, 7 p. m. ; Sunday
school, noon, Bert Wiloox. superintendent.
First United Evangelical. J422 Franklin,
Rev. Q. A. Deck, Pastor Sunday school, 10
a. m. ; worship. 11 a. m.; theme, "Progres
sive Spiritual Illumination;" hollnens meet
ing, 8 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. ;
worship, a forty-five-mlnule service, 8 to
i 8 45 p. m.; therne, "Fools of the Bible
i Solomon's Fool," the second of the series.
First United Presbyterian. Twenty-first
and Emmet, Rev. 1). R. Turnbull, Pastor
Preaching service, 10.30 a. m.; Bible school,
12 m. ; meeting of young people, T P- ni. No
evening preaching service In this church.
It Joins In union evening services to bs
held this week In Trinity Methodist Episco
People's. Charles W. Savidge, Pastor
Morning, "The statement most commonly
beard among men toils v is. 'I am gulling
all the hell now I will ever get' Is this
true?" Evening, morning subject con
tinued. Trinity Methodist. Twenty-first and Rln
ney, Dr. John A. Spyker, pastor The pas
tor will preach In the morning at 10 30.
In the evening at 8 we will I-'.Id ft union
service of the First United l'rKhvtiian
and North Presbyterian and Trinity Meih-
odlst Episcopal churches. Rev. M. V.
Hlgble will preach the sermon. Sabbath
school at 13 m.; league at 7 p. m.
First Congregational, Nineteenth and
Davenport, Frederick T. Rouse, Pastor
Morning worship at 10:30; subject, "By the
Renewing of Your Mind," the pastor's last
message before vacation; Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 8:46.
First Methodist, Twentieth and Dsven
pprt. Dr. Frank L. Loveland, Minister
The mlntetsr will preach on '"The Chris
tian's Unseen Helper;" Mr. T. J. Kelly
will preside at the organ. This will be his
last service for some weeks as he and
Mrs. Kelly leave for a European trip. The
choir will continue with the morning ser
vices during the month of July.
Union Gospel Mission, 1S31 Douglas Henry
Kleter will conduot the gospel service at
8 a. m. At 8 p. m. P. J. Glrardet will have
chaige of the Bible study. At I p. m.
Charles F. Robe! will speak at the gospel
meeting. Miss McGlffert will sing. From
11:16 to 1 special noonday prayer meetings
will be held each day during the week,
conducted by Charles F. Robel.
SOME MAN LOSE SILK DRESS?
Woman Doesn't Owa the Garments
for Which Two Gents Are
Held la Jail.
Arrested by accident by polios officers
who were working on another ease, charged
with the theft of $300 worth of silk dressss
from Bessie Mitchell's house, 1818 Capitol
svenue, and then found to be In possession
of only duplicates of the goods they were
alleged to have stolen, J. Darts of 1618
North Twenty-eighth street, Omaha, and
Emmet Lindsay of 169 South Twenty-fifth
street. South Omaha, are still being held
at the police station.
It has been found, after the men were
booked In the records on the Mitchell bur
glary charge, that the goods they had
when arrested did not belong to ths woman
named. The latter are waiting for some
body to claim the goods and prove their
ownership. Some valuable women's cloth
ing is Included In the lot recovered.'
BAD MAN IS TAKEN TO JAIL
If. H. Powell, Who Terorta4 Neigh
borhood with ShotgTOBf is
H. H. Powell, 826 Park avenue, suffer
ing from the'effeots of a Fourth of July
"hang over," became angered last night
at some trivial affair at his home, and,
securing a shotgun announced his inten
tion of making a general cleaning up of
He terrorised the neighborhood for some
time and then took his stand In a clump of
trees nearby and defied ths world at large
to take him.
The police were notified and Officers
Brink man and Morris want to look aftsr
ths case. Powell failed to terrorise them
to any noticeable extent. They took his
gun away from him, threw him Into the
patrol wagon and hauled him Inglorlously
to the station, where he was booked under
the general head of drunk and disorderly.
After conducting negotiations with the po-
4 s r..n rAaA that the
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either very
1 ' t.i - -1. ti,. ..e nf Unthsr'a Fr and nrenares the system
k.. .u onrt u
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remedy is applied extcrnauy,
ind has carried thousands ol
umm sat" rhrAilffh th crisis
with but little sufferine.
a.k eoBtslnlu Infomattea ef valse 1
toailsxtxnutooter oitiiti Inc. I
aWrltMO frcafVLf vs ww
lice judge this morning, Powell started tn
serve ten-day Jail sentence Imposed by
Nature Study Club,
Finishes Its Work
First Prize is Awarded to Clarence
Barlow Engineer Craig Makes
. an Address.
An Interesting lecture by Prof. F. D.
Barker of the University of Nebraska, who
has had charge of the boys' nature study
class, under the auspices of the Yoviig
Men's Christian association, and the award
ing of prises for the best collections made
by the boys, marked the close of the work
done by this season's class.
Ths prise winners and their awards wie
as follows: First award, for the best all
rour.d work In collecting specimens, study
ing nature, mounting specimens and con
structing working apparatus and writing
up the course of study, one year's member
ship In the boys' department of the associa
tion, to Clarence Darlow; three awards of
1 each, for the best collection of Insects,
best collection of leaves and best collection
of pictures of brlds seen and studied, to
Maurice Frank, Mark Neble and Burdette
City Engineer G. W. Craig presided at
the meeting and made a few remarks.
Prof. Barker's talk was illustrated and
covered the subjects of reptiles. An In
spection of ths work done completed the
A three weeks' course of study outdoors
Is completed with this morning's session,
aftsr which the beys will be the guests of
their captain, Kenneth Craig, for a boHt
ride on Out-Off lake.
PENSION R0LLJS DECREASING
Abeat 8,0OO Removals from l.lnt
hr Death Estimate for
On June 1, there were 847,703 pensioners
on the rolls of the pension office. Of ihU
number 848,411 were civil wsr Invalids. The
decrease of pensioners by death during the
month of May was 1,804, which would (in
dicate that the decrease during the entire
year among the old veterans will reach
There were at the national homes for dis
abled volunteers on July 1, 1808. over 2j,0U
soldiers of ths civil and Spanish-American
wars. They are thus distributed: Dayton,
O., S.187; Pacific, Cal., 8.662; Leavenworth,
Kan., 8.828; Hampton. Va., 8080; Danville,
111., 8,068; Togus, Me., 2,103; Marlon. Ind..
1060: Johnson City, Tenn., 1.661. These do
Loot Include the old veterans In the state
soldiers' homes. ,
. Bee Want Ads stimulate business moves.
No woman can be happy
without children; it is hj:r
nature to love them as much
in I v
JTTX TTTvTta as it is the beautiful and
JvLAI MJ Qpure. The ordeal through
.1LLTjA1JJ Whlch the exnectant mother
thought fills her with aDDrehension.
: use or Mother ritna prepares tne system
i it Is passed without any danger. This
nutctd without anv danger. This
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