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LITERARY SOCIETIES BUSY
Interesting Programs Given by Young
People Friday Afternoon.
YOUITG MEN STUDY DEBATING
Girl Orirnnlaatlona Pat on Vaudeville
Stunts, and Give Ileal Plays
Military Hand la Well
The literary rocletles of the high school
held regular meetings Friday afternoon.
The girls' organization gave Interesting
plays, but the boys are working hard
practicing debating In order to Bhow up
In the school debates coming soon. Mr.
Woolery announced that a Joint meeting
of the societies of the school will be held
about Mar-jh 1. The committee, composed
of Trlnclpal Graff. Miss Klrwltt, Miss
Turner and Miss Pritchard, to Judge on
the society, bulletin, boards, decided that
the D. D. S. board, holding a poster drawn
by Victor Qllbralth, should receive the
prise, a ribbon, this time.
The girls of the Browning society gave
an exhibition of advanced vaudeville, under
the management of Gertrude .Weltzlll and
Many Marston, as musical director. The
Fanny Rosenstork and company In a
playette. "The Initiation."
Viola fierce and chorus In variety sing
ing and dancing.
Ruth Ogle, Dainty Europeanut Come
dian. Mabel Mandleson and famous Ladles'
Military band (take-off on Cadet band).
The girls of the Prlscllla Alden society
gave a play, "Getting Ready." The char
acters were: Mr. Neversllp, Lucile Fel
lers; Mrs. Neversllp, Lucile Nelson; Pat
rick Dolan, Marie Clemen; Riddle Crogan,
Helen Hart; Miss Spugall, Birdie Trlblle
cock. . .
A play, "An Afternoon with the Doctor,"
headed the Hawthorne program: The
characters were: Dr. Cure, Nellie Prlt-
chard: Grace Dnro, Margaret I ley man;
May Hart, Mildred Walker; Mirandy, Paul
ine Gale; Gratchen, Nella Rich; Mrs.
O'Halthan, Gacella Rodman; Liettle Girl,
Ena Hendee. The rest of . the program
Included a vocal solo by Alice Gideon, a
plane solo by Florence Rhodes and three
essays on women by Hanna Muskin, Irma
Glwlta and Julia Anhauser,
. ' Elaine Society rroaram.
The girls of the Elaine society gave the
following Interesting program: Piano eojo,
Gertrude Aiken; recitation, Laura Zim
merman; monologue, Isabel Jones; boys
and girls at church. Marthena, Moore. Dor
othy Carlisle.. Laura Zimmerman, Lucile
Wolcott, Catherine Wilcox, Damar Paul
aon, Oertrude Aiken, accompanist.
The program of the Plealdes society con
sisted of the following numbers: "Amer
ican Women In Literature," .Gertrude
Phelffer; recitation, "Barbara Frltchle,"
Isabel Shukert; original poem on American
types, Mary Roche; recitation, "When
llu'.dy 'Spects Her Beau,". Irene Kenny;
paper on Pocahontas. Eleanor Lear;
"American Girls' Follies." Kuth Mcllvalne
and Dols Duncan.
, Demosthenlan Debating society program:
Current toplca, Barney Kulakofsky.
. Debate: Resolved, that suffrage in the
Vnlted States ahould be restricted by an
ilucatlpnal qualification; affirmative, M.
Peterson and H. Kulakofsky; negative, A.
Kennedy and F. Fernal.
The Omaha High achopl foot ball team,
' Webster society program:
Current events, William llauman.
A report of the Uncoln game. Harold
Debate: Resolved, that a board of ar
bitration with compulsory powers be es
tablished to settle disputes between em
ployer and employes, open to the society.
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Current events, H. Mogmos?on.
Jokes, J. Berger.
W.rsay, L. Stiles.
Debate- Resulvtd. that immigration
should be restricted by an educational
test; affirmative . Newman and U. Gor
man; negative. D. Tracy and It. Trlmby.
Story, R. Wilson.
Tie Game at Kearney.
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at Atlanllo park yesterday. Grand Is
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half on account of having the wind in its
favor. In tne second half Kearney had
this advantage, which resulted the same. A
large eiowd witnessed the gains during
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Police Charge Bank Porter and
Chauffeur Who Was Shot with
Complicity in Eobhery.
NEW ALBANY, Ind., Nov. 13. Thomas
Jefferson Hall, the 17-year-old- Louisville
(Ky.) boy who yesterday killed J. W.
Fawcett, cashier, and severely wounded
John K. Woodward, president of the Mer
chants National bank of this city, in an
attempt to rob that Institution, declared
today that Harry Alexander, porter of the
bank, and James W. Tucker, chauffeur,
hold for complicity In the affair, are guilt
Young Hall, who la held In the Indiana
reformatory at Jeffersonvllle, questioned In
the presence of Major Peyton, superintend
ent of the reformatory, talked freely. He
said he was sorry that he had killed
Cashier Fawcett. He admitted that he had
conceived the Idea of robbing the bank
from his reading of sensational novels dur
ing the last five or six years, it was about
tBiee months ago that he first began to
plan the robbery, he said. Reading an ac
count of a recent robbery In Highland Park,
111., In which the bank robber tried to get
away, partly suggested that method to his
The condition of John K. Woodward,
president of the Merchants National bank
of New Albany, and James Tucker, the
negro chauffeur, who were wounded yester
day by Hall, the boy bandit of Louis
ville, In the 'atter's sensational attempt
to rob the bank, was practically unchanged
today. President Woodward Is In serious
condition. The negro Is not expected to
WOMAN'S ABSENCE FROM
HOME CAUSES ALARM
She Head in Paper that Police
Seek Iter, bat Bays She's
When Mrs. Florer.ca Hanlcke of Pender
read the paper last evening she nearly had
hysterics, for it was stated therein that
Mis. Hanlcke was being sought by the
local police on behalf of relatives, .' whu
were worried about her. Mrs. Hanlcke
came to Omaha about the first of the
month, accompanied by her daughter. 4
years old, and Oscar Hamlin, who, Mrs.
Hanlcke explained, had been foreman of
her farm for thirteen years. Hamlin and
the little girl returned to Pender, while
Mrs. Hanlcke remained here to Invest In
some cattle for her farm.
Mrs. Hanlcke er.ld she would start home
Saturday, and that she was' astonished to
tblrk people In Pender ''were worrying
about her. She has been visiting relatives
here and for the last day or so stayed with
a friend at S51S Davenport street.
"You can say," said Mrs. Hanlcke, "that
I am well, happy and contented."
JUDGE MOORE FAR IN LEAD
Hla Entries Have Taken Nineteen
Firsts at w York Horse
NEW YORK, Nov. IS. With Horse show
week drawing to Its close. It became ap
parent tonight that Judge William II
Moore has already established a record
never before equalled In the national as
sociation. Hla eleven entries have thus far
taken nineteen firsts, six seconds and one
third a showing all the more remarkable
In that C. W. Watson of Baltimore, who
swept everything before him last summer
at the International Horse show In Lon
don and the open air meets In this country,
has only one first, six seconds and six
thirds to his share among eighteen en
tries, while Alfred and Reginald Vander-
tilt, with thirty-seven horses between them,
have captured but two blues, seven sec
onds and seven thirds.
PINCHOT AT IOWA CAPITAL
Chief Forester Will Speak at the Cos.
ervatloat renlerese la
PES MOINES, la.. Nov. lt-Qlfford 8.
Plnchit. ciief forester In the I'nlted States
Detainment of Agriculture, today accepted
an Invitation to speak at the Midwestern
conservation conference, which will be held
in rca Moines In January. The exact date
will be decided later and Is contingent upon
the date that Mr. rinchot can be In the
TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST
Evangelistic Campaign Will Continue,
with Change of Scenes.
MEETINGS AT NEW CHURCHES
Series of Fortnightly I.eetorea An
nounced for I'nlty t'hurrh, with
General Topic, "Schemes of
The great evangelistic campaign whjch
has enlisted the efforts of nearly all the
Frotestant churches of Omaha continues
this week, but at different churches and
with different clergymen leading the tneet
lnes. The campaign has been a highly suc
cessful one so far and the second week
b'ds fair to outshine the first in results.
The program of the ' week, with churches
and speakers Is as below:
District, place and preacher.
North West, Olivet Baptist, Rev. M. O.
North, lmmanuel Baptist, Rev. Frank A.
Kountse Place, Trinity Methodist Episco
pal, Rev. B. F. Fellman.
North Central, Calvary Baptist, Rev. R.
B. A. McBride.
Walnut Hill, Walnut Hill Methodist
Episcopal, . Rev. J. 8. Kersey.
Central, First Congregational, Rev, J.
West Farnam, First Christian, Rev. G.
Hanscom Park, Hanscom Park Methodist
Episcopal, Rev. F. T. Rouse.
Leavenworth, Third Presbyterian. Rev.
Bouih Sixteenth, Castellar Presbyterian,
Rev. P. H. McDowell.
South Tenth, Grace Baptist, Rev. M. V.
Benson, First Methodist Episcopal, Rev.
E. E. Hosman.
Clifton Hill, Presbyterian, Rev. Cooper.
Dundee, Hall Sunday evening, Rev, E.
A series of lectures will be given by
Rev. Newton Mann at Unity church, be
ginning this morning on topics of historical
and sociological Interest, the general theme
being, "Sehemea of Social Betterment."
These lectures will be given fornlghtly and
their nature is best Indicated by the sub
titles as follows:
November 14. Ideal Schemes of Specula
tive Philosophers: Plato's "Republic,"
More's "Utopia " Cabet's "Icarla."
November i8 Early Christian Concep
tions: Jesus "Kingdom of Heaven," Augus
tine's "City of God."
December 12. Kfforts to UDlirt the poor
by Personal Association with Them and by
Munificent Donations: Sundry Saints, Lord
Shaftesbury (seventh earl), John Kuskln,
Andrew Carnegie, Social Settlements.
December 26. Communistic Schemes and
Experiments: Saint Simon, Fobrier, Robert
January 9. First Schemes for Soclallrlng
the State: Louis Blanc, P. J. Proudhon.
January 28 The German Social Democ
racy: 'Karl Rodbertus, Ferdinand Lassale.
February . Socialism Scientifically De
veloped: Karl Marx.
February 20. Anarchism: Michael Bak-
unln. Prince Kropotkln, Ellsee Reclus.
March 8. Christian Socialism: v. D.
Maurice, Charles Ktngsley, Bishop Ket
teler, Rudolph Todt, Professor Walter
March 20. How It Is Thought the Socia
listic Scheme Is to be Realized: Marx,
Lelbknecht, Jaures, Bellamy.
The Sunday school of the Walnut Hill
Methodist church finds itself well equipped
for aggressive work In Its new and modern
Sunday school and gymnasium room. In
addition to Its usual program of music Its
working force of officers, teachers and
scholars, It Is now organizing an adult
bible class, touchers' training class and
"gym" classes for both boys and girls.
Dr. J. M.. Wilson, pastor of Westminister
Presbyterian church of Seattle, Wash,
formerly pastor of Castellar street church
of this city, is passing through Omaha on
his way to New York City, and will preach
In the Westminister Presbyterian church,
Twenty-ninth and Mason streets, Sunday
morning at 10:30 o'clock. He Is a delegate
from the synod of Washington to the
Presbyterian Church Extension Council
which cpnvenes In New York City, Novem
ber 17. Dr, Wilson Is stopping at the home
of his brother, C. B. Wilson, 2806 Wool
The Omaha Zloh society has arranged
for meetings every second and fourth Sun
dany in the month during the winter In
the Modern Woodmen hall In the Con
tinental building. The first meeting will
be held Sunday, for which a long program
has b?en arranged, Including a lecture on
Zionism by Dr. Hurwitx, a vocal solo by
Mrs. Hurwltz, a piano solo by Miss Minnie
Robinson, a violin solo try Mr. Babltz and
an addrees by Mr. Nehveloff of New York.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Ministerial association will be held at the
Toung. Men's Christian association building
on Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock. L. T.
Crossman, director of the religious work
department of the Young Men's Christian
association, will read the paper of the
The following music will be given at the
North Side Christian church Sunday morn
ing: Processional, "Holy, Holy, Holy Lord
Response, "Holy, Holy, Holy." (John
offertory sentence, "All Things Come to
Thee. O Lord."
Communion solo. Mr. James Knight.
Anthem, "The Son of God Ooes Forth to
Miss Jeexle Cady, pianist; Miss Cecil
Burnap. organist; Mrs. H. J. Klrschsteln,
Bishop Scannell will preach at the 11
o'clock mass Sunday morning at St. Ce
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
The following lectures will be given at
the association this week: Thursday morn
ing and evening, by Mr. Kelly. "The
Mysteries of Music;" Friday evening, bv
Mifs McHugh. "Carlyle as a Historian."
with illustrations from the French revolu
tion. The Omaha association, together with
all the associations of the world, has
planned to observe the World's Week of
Player. The vesper service Sundav at
4:30 p. m. is tho first of the series of
meetings on the week's program. Mr9. r'
F. Scranton will speuk on. 'Traver and
Thanksgiving." and special solos "will b
sung by Miss Susan DeGraff. Opportunity
will be given at this meeting for members
and friends of the association to con
tribute the "world's nlckle." which eoes to
the support of the World's Toun Women's
Christian association work. The usual
social hour will follow the meeting, at
o:.n' p. m. r-very woman mvitea.
In connection with the "World's Week
of Prayer." there will be a meetl"g each
day throughout the week at 12:30 p. m
Mondav. in the covenant room on the
third floor. Mrs L. O. Halrd. leader: on
successive days the meetings will be held
In the Auditorium at 1S:S p. m . an1 sll
women are Invited for all or part of the
half hour. A short talk en association
work and workers In different parts of
the world will be given each dsy. and s
special solo rendered. Mrs. Ryers and
Miss Theodate P. Wilson will have charee
of these meetings and on Friday a sneotsl
address will be delivered by Dr. Anna T
Brown. national representative of the
physical department of the Young Women's
Christian association. A special Invitation
Is extended io gymnasium members to
attend this particular noon meeting at
First Vnlted Brethern. Nineteenth and
Loihrop. M. O McLaughlin, Pastor Re
ception of members and communion.
Dundee Presbyterian. Rev. O. K. Fisher.
Pastor Services at 10:30 and 7:30. Rev. R
R. Curry of Cavalry Baptist will preach
in the evening.
Pearl Methodist. Dr. Thomas C. Hlnkle,
pastor Preaching at 10 48 and ?:); Ep
worth league at I SO; Sunday school at
Boon. C. P. Daniels, choirmaster.
Trinity Methodist Eplacopal, Blnney and
Twenty-first. O. W. Abbott, Pastor
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Preaching In morning by pastor. Union
evangelistic meetings in this church durlnK
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Twenty-fifth
and Farnani (Chambers building) -Sunday
school at 9:45; Sunday services at
11 and 8; subject of lesson sermon, "Mor
tals and Immortals."
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, Elder J. M. Baker,
Pastor Sunday school, 9:45; preaching, 11
and 8. Young people's meeting 6:30. Prayer
North Presbyterian Rev. M. V. Higbee.
Pustor Morning service. 10:30. Sundav
school, 12:00 m. Christian Endeavor, 6:30
p. m. Union evening .service, Trinity
Methodist church, 7..T0.
Omaha New Thought society, Rohrbough
building, Nineteenth and Farnam. Regular
service 7:M p. m. Topic. "Th Greatest
Thing In the. World." Address by Mrs.
May R. Blssett of Kansas City.
Church of the Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt. Rev. R.. T. Bell. D.. ..- Pastor-
Morning at 10:30; young people's meeting
at 6:S0. No evening service, account union
meeting at lmmanuel Baptist
Plymouth Congregational. Twentieth and
Spencer, John P. Clyde. Minister Morning,
10.20, sermon by minister, special music:
Sunday school, 13; union gospel meeting
at Trinity Methodist church, 7:30.
People's, Rev. Charles W. Pavidge, Pas
torMorning . theme, "Special Counsel to
Christians"; evening theme, "Social Re
form.". sv$h. tine stereoptlcan views.. Prof.
Mertesi tins charge of the music. .
First Christian church, Twenty-sixth and
Harney,. J. M. Kersey. Pastor Preaching
at 10:30' and 7:30; ' young people's union
meeting at fi:30; Bible school at 12. Evening
given to union evangelistic meetings.
Lowe Avenue '"'reKbyterlan. Fortieth and
Nlcholss. Rev. Nathaniel McGlffin, Min
isterMorning at 10:SQ; men'B Bible class
after the service. Dr. Lucius O. Balrd
will preach. Evening service with Walnut
Hill Methodist.. i
Norwegian and Danish Methodist. Twenty-first
and Decatur, R. . C. Petersen. Pas
torServices 11 a. 'ro. and 8 p. m. District
superintendent from Minneapolis, Minn.,
will preach in the evening. Young people's
meeting. 7 p. m.
St. Andrew's Episcopal. Forty-first and
Charles. F. D. Tyner, Rector . holy com
munion; 9:4R. Sunday school: 11, first and
third Sundavs. holv communion; 11. second,
fourth and fifth f-i-days, morning prayer;
7:30. evening service.
First Fresbj teriau. Dodge and Seven
teenth, Rev'. Edwin Hirt Jenks. T. D.,
Pastor Morning at, 10:0. Evening, union
service at 8. . at ' First Congregational
church. Sunday, school at noon. Christian
Endeavor meeting t 8.15.
St. Mark's English Lutheran, Tweptleth
and Bindette, L.. Uroh. Pastor 10:45, "The
Mighty Growth of Gods Word;" Sunday
school. 12; young people's, 0:30; no evaning
preaching. St. Mark's urates with union
service, Twenty-fifth .and Hamilton.
Trinity Cathedral, Capitol and Eight
eenth, Very Rev. George A. Beecher,
Dean. Holy communion at 8; Sunday
school and Bible class at 9:45; mornln
prayer and sermon at 11; confirmation
class at S:30; evening prayer and sermon
Church of St. Philip the Deacon, Twenty
flibt, near . raui. Kev. Jonn Aioert Wil
liams, pustor noly communion, 7:0 a. m.
Matins, bi.M a. in. iioly communion and
etrmon, ll:jt a. m. Sunday school and
catechism, 12:30 p. in. Choral evensong and
(.ermcn, 8 p. m.
llfton Hill Presbyterian, Forty-fifth and
Giant, Thomas B. Greenlee, Minister Rev.
W. H. Cooper' of Fullerton Is preaching
each night. All the people In this district
are earnestly asked to lund a hand in
c engeliBtic campaign. Song service each
evening at 7.4j.
! t. Paul's German Lutheran, Twenty
eluhth and Parker. E. T. Otto, I'ajuor
Sei vice at 10 a. in.; evening service In Uer
n.an on the third Sunday of the month; in
Knglitli on the til at and foui in Sunday at
7:4... Blblo class on the sftcond and fourth
Wednesdays at 8.
Westminster Presbyterian, Twenty-ninth
xnd Mason streets. Preaching at 10::0 by
Rev. J. Marcus Wilson, D. I .. of Seattle,
former pastor of Castellir . Sibbath school
at 12. lrard street Sabbath school at 3:.0
Union evangel stic s rvlce with Hanscum
Park Methodist at 7:30.
Hillside Cnngiegstlonal, Rev. W. S.
Hampton. 1'asior Morning, "Search the
.Scripture"; tenor solo, Mr. Harfurd; an-
I them. "Incline Thine tar to Me", (F. ti.
i Hummel); alto solo and unimn, choir;
I M'.ss Mabelle Mooie. organist; Miss Mabel
I M .nnlng musical dlieetor.
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational, St.
Maty' and Twenty-seventh, Kev. Lucius
I). Iialrd, Pastor -Morning ut 10:30. sermon
by Rev. Natlinnl.-I Mcljirrin, l. !.. or
Loe Avenue Pi eebyteiian. In exchange;
Suiday rchool at 12 m. Union service at
I'll st Christian at 7:30 o'clock.
Central United Presbvtf rlan. Twenty
fourth and lv.dge, R. B. A. McBride, L D..
MinUter Morning worship at 10.0. Ser
mon subject. "Man s Choice of Principle."
Sabbath school at noon. No evening
strvice on account of union evangelistic
services at the First Christian church.
First Baptist, Twenty-ninth and Harney,
Kev. J W. Conley. U. D . Pastor S.-rvlce
at 10:30, "A Present Testing." Union
evangelistlo services in evening at rlrst
Chrifctlan church, Twenty-sixth and Har
ney. Sunday school at noon. Bethany
Branch. First Baptist, S'-flS Iavenwortn:
Sunday school at S; no Friday service.
McCabe. Farnam and Fortieth, John
Grant, Stleck, Pnsior Sunday school, 10 a.
n. A new class (or young women Is being
formed. The pastor will preach at 11 a.
in., theme, "How Goes the Battle?";
class meeting following morning sermon.
No service at night, account of evangclUtio
services at the First Christian church.
North Side Christian, Twenty-second and
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Locust. H. J. Klrschsteln, Minister Morn
ing worship at 10:30. Bible school at 12
m. Christian Endeavor at 6 p. m. In the
evening- the North Side Christian church
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Trinity Methodist church.
First Congregational, Nineteenth and
Davenport. Frederick T. Rouse, Pastor
Morning worship at 10:30, subject, "De
cision." Evening service at 7:45, ppeclal
evangelistic service of union meeting
of the downtown district. Dr. Conley of
the First Baptist church will preach.
Young People's Senior Christian Endeavor
at 6:30 p. m.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal,
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Scott Hvde, D. D., Pastor Preaching at
10:30. "Christ Compassion." Union evan
gelistic services at 7:30. Dr. Rouso of
First Congregational will Bpeak. Special
music. Sunday school at 12. Epworth
league at 6:30.
' Castellar Presbyterian, Sixteenth and
Castellar, Ralph H. Houseman. Minister
Worshlpt 10:30, "Our Confidence in God";
12, Bible school; 6:30. young people's meet
ing: 7:30. union evangelistic service. Rev.
P. H. McDowell of lmmanuel Baptist will
preach. "A True Story of Life Set to Mu
sic' Evangelistic services every evening
at 8. the First Reformed church uniting.
Walnut Hill MethodlBt Episcopal, Foi-ty-flrst
and Charles, E. E. Hosman, Pastor
Worship at 10:30, sermon, "The Modern and
Easv Sin;" 12. Sunday school, George T.
Llndley, superintendent; 6:30, union young
people's meeting. L. T. Crossman, rerous
work director of the Young Men s Chris
tian association, will make address; 7:30,
union evangelistic meeting, icrmon by Rev.
J. S. Kersey.
Calvary Baptist, Twenty-fifth and Ham
ilton, Rev. E. R. Curry, Pastor Services,
10:30 and 7:30; morning, "Christian Lib
erty;" evening, union evangelistic meeting,
Dr. R. B. A. McBride. preacher: large
choir leads the eong service. Meetings
every evening during week. Bible school
at 12; young people's meeting at 6:30.
Calvary Baptist Branch, Thirty-fourth and
Seward: Sunday at 8:30, Bible school.
Kountse Memorial Lutheran, Twenty
sixth and Farnam, Rev. John E. Hummon,
Pastor Services will be held Sunday morn
ing nt 10:30. In commemoration of the
birthday of Martin Luther, and an address
will be delivered by the pastor on the
subject of "Luther in Song." and Luther's
hymns will be simg in the service. In
the evening evangelistic services will be
conducted by the pastor. subject.
"Some Receive and Live, Some Reject and
Die." Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m
Sunday school at noon. Mission Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
Third rresbyterlan. Twentieth and Leav
enworth, Rev. Wllliom E. Todd. Pastor
Sunday school at 9:30 a. rn. Sermon at
10:46 a. m. Pastor's Adult Bible class at
noon. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Evening sermon
at The pastor's morning topic will be:
"The Evil of Fearful Curse." At night,
In conjunction with the mission of the
Federation of Churches, the Rev. George
MacDougal will preacli on "The Biblu
Idea of Failure." Special music at each
of these services. All will be welcome.
First Methodist Episcopal, Twentieth and
Davenport The morning service at 10:30
o'clock, the pastor. Rev. Frank L. Love
lend, D. D., will preach on the subject.
"Christ's Method of Teaching a Vital
Truth." Sunday school at 12:10 o'clock.
Roth old and young are Invited to attend
the Sunday school. School closes promptly
at 1 o'clock. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
This will be a union service of Oie First
Congregational and the First Presbyterian
churches v.ith the First Methodist In the
auditorium of the Firft Methodist F.pls
eopal church. Rev. Dr. J. W. Conley of
the First Baptist ihurch will he the
sneaker. Special miiKlc by the choir.
Thomas J. Kelly, nremtst and choirmaster.
A most cordiai Invitation is extended to
the ptlhllc to attend thee services.
SCHOOL PAPER IS POPULAR
"Itealster" of Omaha lllich School
Has Over 1.(11111 Rnharrllirra,
Breaking; Previous Record.
The Omaha High School Register an
nounced Friday the subscription list of the
paper was over l.Ot.0. This xcrcds by about
20") subscriptions the number attaiit-rt In
previous years. The present year Is the
twenty-fourth year of the echo ol paper's
life and It gives evidence of being the
greatest. The paper Is managed by Luinir
piiresh, editor-in-chief, and George Siinar
man, business manager. Fifty-five of the
leading stores of Otirtha have regular ad
vertisements In the paper, thus piylni; for
the cost of printing. Tho profits of the
year are put In an annual nt the close of
each year, w hich Is drdh ated to the senior
clans of the year. ;
TEN ALLEGEDAMBLERS FINED;
Young: Men of I'roiitinrn t Mrdrirt, '
la., Families luniilit In i
BOONE. Ia., Nov. 13-(Spcclal Tele
gram.) Ten young men cf prominent Ma- j
drld families, John Kennedy, Fred Cum
niings, Nathan Powell, Menm s Olson,
Itaae Hoop, Albert Olson. Arthur Moirell,
Ernest Anderson, were fined by Mayor
Lanbaugh for gambling, being found In
an alleged gambling Joint. John Johnbon,
owner of the building, was acquitted of
the charge of maintaining a gambling
house. The defendants will appeal case to
district cuu- I
Put a little? down on Mg
bill Is the metre to tlie chime
of ThatiksKlvlnjc ril" to give
to COMMERCE KI OK
K.X(iES, which we place nl
eolutel) on Fit EE TUIAE. HU1.
grade, nt i low price. Have a
Commerce Untile In your home;
then, too, Ihero is the commo
itioi.s Inlile, elaborate sldelx artl,
magnificent chin a closet nl
chairs ciiourIi to go around
for everyhody. Our wHllniiness
All hize.H, 't tip
complete in your
home, starting as
Solid oak, of artistic d
slKn. extra well made,
bevel Krench plate mir
ror, two small and ono
largo drawers, one draw
er lined for sliver,
roomy compartment with
swing doora for dishes,
Oak nnrl mahogany
finish, hand rubbed
and Howard Streets.
omplete Home Kurnlsners.
oilier I 'rpit 1 1 Momrp in
Seelev. the Noted Exvert. at the
Hotel, Omaha, This Sunday,
and Tuesday Only Positively no
F. H. Seeley of Chicago, now at the
Paxton hotel, will remain In Omaha
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday only pos
itively no longer. He cays: "The Sper
matic Shield Truss, as fitted to the cxar
of Russia and now used and approved by
the United States government, will not
only retain any case of Hernia perfectly,
affording Immediate and complete relief,
but closes the opening In ten days on the
average case." This Instrument received
New Cashier in
Big Four Office
First Assistant to Former Treasurer
Warriner at Cincinnati is
CINCINNATI, Nov. 13. -One charge was
made today in the personnel of the local
staff of the Big Four railroad as a result
of the discovery of the $043,000 shortage In
the accounts . of Charles L. Warriner,
former treasurer. . Harry Maurei, cashier
under Warriner, was superseded by C. R.
Burke cf Cleveland.
Mr. Maurer has been given a subordinate
office. His successor as cashier worked
for the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
railroad In Cleveland and was transferred
here by orders from New York. The
change was made in the face of repeated
denials by local officials that any such ac
tion was contemplated and is believed to
be the forerunner of a further reorganiza
tion which will affect other members of
the treasurer's office.
Broken in health ana spirits and almost
Furs at Reduced Prices
save you money. We are showing a large assort
ment of fur sets in mink, Jap mink, brook mink, mar
mot, black lynx, fox in black, Isabel and Sitka, wolf
in black, brown, gray, and pointed opossum in black,
brown and gray; in fact, everything inany fur at any
Now that the tardy winter has arrived, we want make
this week a busy one by offering you 10 per cent off our reg
ular very low prices, for one week only. Make your selec
tions at once, while the assortment is large. We will hold
your choice for future delivery if you wish.
H. E. HUBERMANN
Kaomfr?ool.nlock' N. E. Cor. 15th and Dou.las Sts., Omani
ix Aii on.
itniive l r good kj
irnliiK woott or M
coal: n'tiosto llmj. Pi
lo, llmj. !1
meil. cooi- Ij
llgll Will in- 1
tt c n
plete wltb h
Priced at ...P-vv eiJ
a- mmm mm A All H
ItlCUBI IV -llUC-
to come to The Central, 17th and U
llownrtl Sts., one Mock west of I hompson, licldcn
Co., pick out whatever you want for House
Pay Vhcn f.lost
TV it.- .. itiiv '
ii. s -If Vr,
In a work-
Small glass front and
ends, shelves grooved for
dishes, made of solid oak
from the best factories
in America a fine de
sign of Ilie cabinet mak
ers' art. Would grace any
dining room. Clrt Ifl
Seeley's Spermatic Shield Pad.
Do p The
You 0 Grove
the only award In England and In Spain,
producing results without surgery or
harmful Injections. If any Interested call
he will be glad to show same without
charge, or fit them If desired. Costs no
more than common trusses. Over five hun
dred local references. Also from United
States government, Washington, D. C;
Pennsylvania railroad; medical colleges,
hospitals, eta, at home and abroad for
a physical wreck Is the condition of Charles
L. Warriner, according to the statement
PRIEST REFUSES COUPLE
'PERMISSION TO MARRY
Young Iowa People Go to Lincoln,
Neb., and Wire Back to Iowa
. for It.
CRE8TON, la., Nov. 13. (Special.) A
young farmer, John Daley, living near
Perclval, called recently upon the pretty
school teacher at Hampton school. In
Prairie township, In Fremont county, and
on the following Friday evening called
again. They then and there decided that
life was not worth living apart, so lets
the home where the schoolma'am boarded,
leaving a note to inform the school direc
tors that she would not be back again.
A message was received by Father Hayes
of Imogene, a Catholic priest, from the
couple at Lincoln, Neb., asking his per
mission or consent to their marriage. It
Is sdld the reverend father did not grant
the request. The school directors at Hamp
ton secured another teacher to continue
the school the following Monday.
Chamberlain's Cougn Ttemedy Is pleasant
to take. Children like iu
THESE FIVE reasons why you
should buy Hubermann furs are
bold assertions, but we can convince
you if you will give our line a look.
It will cost you nothing and will surely
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