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Tirn omaiia Sunday wee-. afiul 10. 1010.
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
Sunday School Worker to Occupy
Pulpits of Several Churches.
MY EES, LA WHENCE, EXCELL HERE
otrd Son Leader lias III" Own Ac
voivr-anlat, Mr. Roper, with Him
AuUt wltk tee
rihp the blfBftt feature of religious
f ork In Omaha fiunday will be the Meyera
l.avrenca Sunday school meeting, which
arc to bo hold In several of the churches
of I he rlty. The entire party connected
vlth the work havo arrived and all ar" very
enthusiastic over the success of the services
v hlch will be held In Omaha.
The mimic: will be In charge of Trof. E.
O Kxccll. In Kansas tit). Kan., three
cpmate places of meeting were required
Wednesday nlcht. seating 5.000 people. Over
;'.noo delegates v,c:c rcgistoied from out
lili tho city,
Mr. Hoper, who accompanies Prcf. K. O.
Uicrli. la carrying the crowds. So phe-i
nominal In hla work that In places the j
people stand on chairs to see as well as ,
bear this pianist, whom Pror. E,scell pro
nounces one of the best for this line of
work In the country. The program of the
Meyers-Lawrence auiiday school meetings
for Suiiduy in as follows:
At 10:30 s. itS.," Ventral United Presby
terian. Twcnti -fourth and Dodge, Marlon
Lawrence speaks; ' George C. Wallace,
jr.idirit of .llie .Nebraska Stats Sunday
."'hool association, will preside; spocial
At 3 o0 o'clock s. the Toung Men's Chris
tian association Mr.. Lawrence will speak
lo men, particularly tlioae who aro mem
bers or teaciiori Vf ' men's Sunday school
classes. Prof. Kxccll v. Ill conduct the song
.rvlce, a sit Ltd by Mr. Hoper. It Is ex
pected that M0 men will hear the address
Hiid splendid sintjlng.
Ai 4:M o'clock at the' Toung Women's
l htistlan asfociatlon Ftev. F. B. Meyer will
pfak to the. Sunday school women of
Omaha and vicinity. The song service will
l. lead by Prof. lC;;cell and Mr.. Koper.
U ' p. in , Calvary Baptist church,
Twer.ty-fiflh ,snd Humlltun, Hev. F. B.
Mej tr will tpcak.
Firm Christian church, i'wenty-slxth and
Harney, Mr. Lawrence will speak and Prof.
Lxcell and Mr.' Roper will lend the singing.
At. the' Cenlial United Presbyterian
church.' Twenty-fourth and Dodge streets,
at the 'Sunday morning service, at 10:30,
Ms i Ion Lawrence, the Sunday school leader
and speaker, will occupy the pulpit. Great
interest'is being shown in the event of the
Central people, and they Invite their
friends especially those Interested In Sun
day school work, to take this opportunity
to hear Mr.-Lawrence. There will be spe
cial music and the following vocal num
bers will be rendered:
Quartet-I will Love Thee, O Lord. ...Gaul
Duet I Will Extol Thee Hosmer
Messrs. Prentiss and Wallace.
Music at the evening service of the West
minster Presbyterian church Is as follows:
Anthem It' Is Good to Give Thanks....
Violin Solo Selected
Mr. Henry Cox.
Duet The Lord Is My Light
Mlsa Grym nd Mr. Hopkins.
Miss a. M. White.
Violin Solo Selected
Mr. Henry .Cox.
, Anthem Easter Dawn...
Sermon by the pastor.
f V. W. C. A. Notes.
The membership Is notified that the
date, April 11. on the yellow entertain
fment course ticket will be filled by Dr.
y James T. Lefs of Nebraska university with
liis Illustrated lecture on "The Passion
. Pisy of Obei ammergau." Beats may be
, reserved sny time during the week. Friends
.( of the association will have opportunity
i also to attend this lecture by procuring a
' The educational committee has arraneed
the following nature study course as a
.membership privilege: April 15, "Hums, a
Lover of Nature." Prof. E. IT. Graff of
t omana High seiiool; April 22, "Wordsworth
(and Nature." Mlsa Ida V. Jontz, general
j secretary of Associated Charities; April
20. "Birds," Dr. S. R. Towne; May 6, "Na-
ture and the Bible." Dr. K. H. Jenks. pas
i. tor of First Presbvterian church; May 12
: "Browning, a Lover of Nature," Rabbi
Colin. The first number of this course will
; be given next Frldsy evening at 8:15: mem-
bers must register and get tickets before
' applying for entrance to class. No one
v admitted w ithout ticket except by door fee.
C. A. Note.
jV The Acquaintance club will give a social
next Thursday evening to the young men
yand frienda who have recently come to the
city. Steii opticon pictures, good music
j and a Jolly good time are promised.
The art class and the class In show
-card willing of the educational department
Vwlll complete their courses for the year
this next week.
! Sunday, Apiil 17. is the date set for tho
churches to report on the progress made
.' in reaching the missionary standard, which
t was set at the Laymen's Missionary con
tention. The meeting will be held ut the
association building at 4 o'clock and will
' consist of a rally of the laymen of all the
J churches. The missionary committees of
' each of the churches are requested to e
1 eure a good representation of their laymen.
t Calvary Branch. Thirty-fourth and
Seward Bible school. Sunday at i:'M.
f First, Rrv. F. S. Lyon. Minister Morning
'.'service, 10:; subjoct. "The Triumph of
optimism." Evening service. 7.30, ".Sub-
frma:i. Twenty-fourth and Blnney. Rev, i
iA. Jensen, Pastor PreacMna services
ill 00 and 7:46. morning subject. "The Ueal
'Christian Clinractrr;'' evening subject.
How lo Become Assured
- Grace Baptist. H. It'. Fellinan. Pastor
JlO.ti ix. m., "The Everlasting Priesthood;
J1 i in.. "The Problem or imii.v
Wednesday evening at ;S0 there will be
"'vho annual membership rally and supper,!
1WHII an aaarevs oy tut Rev. Xilaon Mills.
- Inmiauuel, Twenty-fourth and pinkney
. Rev. P. H McDowell. D. P.. Pastor Scrv-
r 're at 10 20. "Talents Tiled Out and Tied
.-Cp;" at 7: SO. "The Tragedy of a Cmice."
u ;elieveri baptism will he administered.
..' u.iday school ut noor: Baptist You:ir
. -"op;es" union at b :33: midweek meeting,
Wednesday evening at 8. led bv J. D. Pad-
Calvary. Twenty-fifth and Hamilton. Rev.
s V.. R. Cui'rv, Pastor Services at 10::-'0 ai.d
';:W. Rev. F. B. Meyer of London. England.
. v.ill give an address Sunday evening. Mi.
Meyer Is one of the three men making a
', tour of tho United States In the Iniei esi of
Sunday school vv o: k. Young people's meet-
J nig ut vc: Mir.riav school at noon; regular
midweek devotional service,
v l S.00.
Parkvale, Thlrt.v -first and Gold. Rev. R.
W. Illew. Pastor Morning worship at 11;
tinday school ut 9. to. there will bo no
:ii:i.'tce. T:m.!cth end Ohio, P.ev. W. S.
' l'.ampt n. Pastor Morning 'worship at
, 10 . Sunday school nt 1;'; Young Peo
1 pie's Society of Christian L'ndeavor at 7;
'veiling service at . conducted by the1
" La. ties' Mifsiunery society
St. Mary's Avenue, St. Mary's Avenue
,'e.nd 'f wenty-njvonth Service at 10:30. Rev.
V. B Meyer of Ixindon will preach; song
J ,-rvleo led hv E. O. Kxccll of Cnlcago;
f Sunday . rchonl at noon: no Christian E:i
ileavor society meeting In the evening:
wi jinn (tiai a
? a. : .
, f ederiok T. I
oijts.il recital oy Mr. lv no on Wednesday
; v. i
eentii and Davenport. Rev.
Rouse, Pastor Morning wor-
- s nu at lo:;w; i:ev. .loon Clyde or
' 'iv mouth Cot.gregailonal church will
reach In exthanje with Ciu pasun ; evon-
Ing v.otship at 7.45. trie pastor wl.l arwuk
j In his own p;'l;it on "Our Komin Catholic
i l'uetid snd The.r Tope
t n nic. l'u. T-.vcntiein ard Spencer. Rv.
i Jolm r. ci0. Minister Morning voulupi I ovlaml "
; - . UrUtlan. ''burgeon i.oianl. Sh. u, lhl,n ukBn
TacBly-.Ulii and Harney, J.'M.
Kersey, rasfor Services s follows:
riradiing at li'.JO and .00; Bible school at
noon; Young Peoples' mretlng at '. The
v fning service will be addiessrd by Marlon
l.a.vrrnrr. Music will be conducted by t.
G:.ir, 13J South Twent -sixth. Rev. M.
I.. Mhclt, J'sstor Services at 10 46 a m.
and X p. in. Sunday school at 12:15. Luther
kaj?ue at 7 p. m. ; topic. "The Church Hulld
Ing." I'rsycr meeting Wednesday night.
ft. Mark's Knsllsli. Twentieth and Bur
drttc, 1.. (Iroh. rastor Sermon subject at
11:fV "is It Nehushtan?" At 8 p. m, "The
Onod Win Finn or Ist. Which?' Sun
day school at noon. Young People's Chris
tian Kndcavor at 7:15 p. in.
Ht. Paul's German, Twenty-eighth and
Parker, Rv. K. T. Otto, Pastor Service
at 10. subject, "The Good Shepherd ;' even
ing services In English at 7:45, on tho first
and fourth Sundays of the month; Sunday
school In Kriglisli at 11:30; German-American
piirochial school, Mr. 11. Hund-f-ntlial,
Kountie Memorial. Twenty-sixth and
Farnam, Rrv. John E. Hummon. Pastor
Public worship at 10:30, subject, "The
World's Greatest Need;" evnlng at 8,
subject, "The Human Heart;" special
music by the large chorus choir; Sundy
school at noon, O. P. Goodman, superin
tendent; young people's devotional service
at 7. subject, "God Is Here," leader Mrs.
Trinity. Nineteenth and Castellar, Hev.
GfOige W. Snyder. Pastor Service at 3:S0.
sermon by Hev. J K. Hummon, pastor of
the Kountzo Memorial Lutheran cliu-rli.
subtert. "Our ODen Door:" 7:30. publio
worship, sermon bv Ilev. Luther I'. l.iul- !
i of ii. i western pwifim.v oi , ,v,.,
ft,; nd.y Shotf
t Z:.n r;. i
Cook, superintendent. Every Lutheran of
the community, as well as the general
public, Is invited to be present at this
Initial service of the Trinity Lutheran
Dit Memorial. O. M. Keyes. Pastor
Sundav school at 9:4il. Preaching nt 11 a.
m. and S p. m. Kpworlh loaguo at 7 p. m.
Revival meetings In session.
Free, 1737 South Eleventh. Joseph L.
Riley, Pastor Sunday school st 10 a. in.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and in tho evening.
District quarterly conference services will
he held April 14" to 17, with Elder E. E.
Hatfield in charge.
Norwegian and Danish, Twentv-f ifth and
Decatur Services at II a. m. and 8 p. m.,
with preaching by tho pHutor. Sunday
school at 9:45, under tho new sunerlntend
ent, Mr. Danlclson. Young People's meet
ing at 7 p. m.
Hanscom Park, Twenty-ninth and Wonl
wtirth. Rev. H. Scott Hyde. D. P., Pastor
Preaching by the pastor at l'VW ami 7:3i.
Morning theme. "Christ, the Court of Last
Appeal;" evening, "The Greater Fslth."
Special music at both services. Sunday
school at noon; Bert Wilcox, superintend
ent. Seward t-treel, Twentv-Second and
Sewa.-d. Frank A. High, Pastor Morning
service st 10:30. Sunday school st 11:45. Ep
worth league at 7 p. m. Morning service
will be under the auspices of the Woman's
Home Mliilonary society and Miss Ida B.
Jontz wtll speak, subject, "Woman's Op
portunity." first. Rev. Frank L. Loveland. D. P..
Pastor-Sermon subject at 10:30. "The Spirit
of the Modern Kingdom of tied;" at 7:45,
"The Hymns of the German Kngitsn
Reformation." with choral Illustrations by
tho vested choir. This will be an evening
with the great battle hymns of the church.
Keats in this church are free.
Hirst Memorial, Thirl v-fourth and Larl-
mure. William J. Brient. Pastor Class
meeting at 10:15. led by Rev. T. W. Miller.
Sermon at 11. "The Distinguishing Doctrine
of Methodism." Sunday school at noon; F..
W. Sinnett. superintendent. Epworth league
at 7; E. A. Carey, leader. Evangelistic
sermon at 8. "Put That on Mine Account."
Midweek service Wednesday.
Trinity. Twenty-First and Blnney, G. W.
Abbott. Pastor PrenchlnK at 10:80 a. m. and
8 p. m. ; morning subject, "The God of
Comfort;" evening subject, "The Bonk of
Origins." During the coming spring and
summer the pastor will make fifteen or
twenty trips through the Old Testament.
These discourses will never be over thirty
minutes In length.
McCabe. Fortieth and Farnam, Rev. John
Grant Shlck, Pastor Sunday school nt 10
a. m. Epworth league at 7 p. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning theme,
"The Most Beautiful Thing in the World:"
evening, "God Given Victories." The morn
ing sermon will, be of special lnteret to
children and young people, being the clos
ing one of the series given during last week.
Castellar Street, Sixteenth and Castellar,
Ralpii H. Houseman, Minister At 10:S0,
"The Profit of the Scriptures;" at noon,
Bible school, Henry Kleser, superintendent;
at 7 p. m.. Christian Endeavor; at 8, "De
Clifton Hill, Forty-Fifth and Grant,
Thomas B. Greenlee, Minister Public
worship at 10:30 a. m., Sunday school at
noon. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3:30,
publio worship at 8 p. m., mid-week serv
ice at 8 p, m. Wednesday.
North, Nineteenth and Ohio. M. V. Hig
bee. D. D Pastor Public worship at 10:30
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at
noon; school at 1306 North Twenty-fourth
at noon; Christian Endeavor at 6:30, peo
ple's meeting at 8 Wednesday evening.
Central I'nlted. Twenty-Fourth and
Dodge At 10:30 Marlon Irence, general
secretary International Sunday School as
sociation, will speak; special music. Sab
bath school at noon. No evening service
on account of Meyer-Lawrence meetings.
Lowe Avenue, Corner Fortieth and
Nicholas, Nathaniel MoOlffin Minister
Morning worship at 10:,0; sermon by Rev.
M. T. Conklln of Shawnee, Okl.; Men's
Bible class and Sunday school at 12; Chris
tian Endeavor at 6. No evening service be
cause of ihe Meyer-Lawrence meetings.
Third Church, Leavenworth and Twen
tiethPreaching services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. by the Rev. Charles Herron,
D. D. At the morning services installation
and ordination of elders inn deacons. Sab
bath school at 9:30 a. m.; Junior Christian
Endeavor, 3:30 p in.; toung People's So
ciety of Christian Endeavor, G:30.
Westminster, Twenty-Ninth and Mason.
Rev. Thomas H. McConnell, Pastor 10:30
a. m.. service of worship, with sermon on
"The Kind of Church the Master Wants In
Westminster;" Sabbath school and Bible
classes at noun. At 3:30 p. m., Sunday
school at Westminster chapel. At 7:30 p. m.,
service of praise, sacred concert, regular
choir being assNied by Miss White and
others; special violin solo.
I'nity, Seventeenth and Cass. Rev. New
ton Mann, Minister Service at 10:46; ser
mon, "The Light Within;" Sunday school
People's Church, Charles W. Savidge,
Pastor Morning. "Divine (juicUtning;"
evening, "Serving Two Masters." Prof,
Merles has charge of the music. Sunday
scnooi oi noon; i uuu i-oopie a society ot
Christian Endeavor at 7.
First Reformed, Twenty-third and Cen
tral boulevard, Rev. F. S. Caugg. Pastor
hunday scliooi at 9:30 a. in.; preaching
tei vice at II anil S; sermon subject for
looming. "Saint's Voices;" for evening.
"A Sutiielent God;'
Christian Endeavor at
Lyric Theater Sunday services at 3 p.
in., an ad'iress by Franklin tierce Jolly;
theme. "Jolly Side of Life; ' special music;
niict.J suiu by Mallei l.eacnev Lai Kins;
S p. in., an address by I'. P. Joily; theme,
".lolly Good Luck;'' special muvic, "Con
sider and Hear Me," by Alfred Woller;
i ... . . ,,,', "...
mi i i,.uii!t.t , itMiur nolo.
. """ " ",i-i. .Miieieentn and
ioinrop--i.. iiivurtity service at 10:30, even-
ia seivici at i. ciass meeting; at noon.
I Chrlv.lan Kmii-avor at 7:15. workers' meet
ing Wednesday at i p. in., Macedonian busi
nun meetliiK Thursday at 8:30; morning
"A PWeiple's Business:," evenlne.
' iiis I nited Church." M. O. McLaughlin
Church of St. PhlllD the Da....r, v-..rtu
j Twenty-first, near Paul. Rev. John Albert
vv n.:ni. r-riut.i noiy communion at 7 SO
a. in.; matins ut 10:30 a. m.; holy com
munion, choral and Mrmon at 11 a, m
Sunday school and catechism at 12 30
cnoral. eveneoiig and sermon at 6 o'clock'
holy communion dally at 7 a m and
n.atlus daily at 8 o'clock.
WOMAN FALLS FROM CAR
Mrs. Ida Rockwell Injured In Allcat.
Ins from tehlrle Said to Have
Been in Motion.
Mrs. Ida Itoekwel.. culoied. XTZ Patrick
avenue sustained a fractured rib and prob
able internal injuries through falling off a
street car at Twenty-fourth and Ursee
streets lust nirht. It Is stated that the
car, which was north bound, stopped to
let down a psss.nfer snd moved on again
wh.-n the woman who was standing on the
platform attempted to gel off uinl Wlj
thrown to Ihe navemor-'. She was picked
u unconsvluus and carried Into i.... ..
diug store. wlire she was s.-e:i bv i?
iiuiiii- -n.i. cow varra ior L' lr. J. ij
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAIIA
Commission Men Leave Sunday on
SMOKER GIVEN BY STOCKYARDS
Several Athletic Slants Knllven
Good Fellowship Kntertalnmeat
Wahoo Man ealr Swindled
by Old Game.
A company of thirty or more commission
men and officials of the Union stock yards
and the South Omaha packing industry
will leave Sunday on the annual trade
boosting tour of the northwest. The com
pany will be headed by A. F. Stryker,
secretary of the South Omaha Live Stock
exchange. They will travel In a special
car and will visit points In South Dakota
and Montana, Including Rapid City, Belle
Fourche, Dcadwood. Edgemont, Clearmont,
Sheridan. Miles City and Billings. The
party will return by way of St. Paul and
In the several places mentioned the
boosters will visit the cattle breeders' as
sociations which are holding conventions.
J. A. Shoemaker of the Union stock yards
Is to accompany t lie party and will take
with him the moving picture machine with I
the views taken especially at South Omaha
showing all phases of the stock Industry
as It Is Been In the market center. Mr.
Shoemaker will lecture In connection with
the passing of the films to show the ad
vantages of this market.
The purty will be entertained at Clear
mont by Willis Spear, one of the biggest
ranchmen of the west. They will arrive
there at the time of the spring roundup.
This point la looked forward to with great
Schedule of the Triu.
A. F. Stryker Is tcheduld for a speech
before the Montana stock breekers when
the party arrives at Miles City. A new
departure for the boosters is the return
by way of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The
following Is the Itinerary of the party, with
IrstrutUor.s for those wishing to reach the
party by mall:
leave Omaha 3:55 p. m. Sunday, April 10.
Arrive Rapid City 10:19 a. m. Monday,
Leave Rapid City 10:19 a. m. Wednesday.
Arrive Belle Fourche 1:05 p. m. Wednes
day. April 13.
Leave Br.llo Fourcha Thursday, April 14.
Arrivo Deadwood Thursday, April 14.
Leave Deadwood 4:00 p. m. Thursday,
Arrive Edgemont 10:05 p. m. Thursday,
ieave Edgemont 7:50 a. m. Friday,
arrive Clearmont 1.29 p. m. Friday,
l?ave Clearmont 11:03 p. m. Friday,
Arrive Sheridan 12:55 a. m. Saturday,
leave Sheridan 12:35 a. m. Sunday,
Arrive Billings 6:10 a. m. Sunday,
Leave Billings 11:06 p. m. Sunday,
Arrive Miles City 3:40 a. m. Monday,
Leave Miles City 3:20 p. m. Wednesday,
Arrive St. Paul 6:35 p. m. Thursday,
Leave St. Paul 8:05 p. m. Thursday,
Arrive Omaha 7:30 a. m. Friday,
Mall for members of the party should
be addressed to them, care South Omaha
Car. as fallows: Rapid City, 8. D., to
arrive there not letter than Tuesday even
ing the 12th, Belle Fourche, to arrive there
Wednesday the 13th, Deadwood, to arrive
there the 14th, Clearmont, Wyo., to ar
rive there the 18th, Sheridan, Wyo., the
l'ith. Billings. Mont., the 17th. Miles City,
Mont., the 20th. Telegrams for members
of the party cart be sent to the several
towns, at which the stop up to one-half an
hour before scheduled leaving time.
Good Fellowship Smoker.
The Union Stock Yards company gave
a good fellowship smoker last night at
the Exchange dining hall, which was about
the most enjoyable affair of the season.
The Union Stock Yards had the co-operation
of the commission men and the friends
of the big market in making the affair
one to be remembered. The entertainment
was strictly Informal and no speeches were
made. In fact, the entire evening was
spent In watching a number of events
along the line of athletics. A good ring
was fixed up In the center of the dining
hall and It was constructed In the regula
tion else for wrestling, which was the
chief attraction. A preliminary was held
between Tolllver and Ruby and the main
event was between Holden and Solomon.
In the main event Holden won by straight
falls in 18 and 6 minutes, respectively. In
the first fall Solomon showed considerable
talent and strength, but had to succumb
to an arm lock and body hold. He wriggled
out of a number of very dangerous situa
tions and once or twice came near to
scoring a faJl. He lacked something In
weight and strength with Holden. In the
second fall he went to the mat under the
Influence of an arm and toe hold.
Tolliver won the first fall of the pre
liminary in seven minutes and Ruby won
the last two In two minutes and six min
utes, respectively. Ruby was the heavier
of the two.
Jasper Price and one of his understudies.
colored men, put on a two-round exhibition
boxing match. The time was called by
A. F. Stryker by beating on a brass stew
pan in lieu of a gong. Little science was
exhibited and no damage was done.
One of the treats of the evening was a
knockabout act of comedy wrestling by
the Teddy brothers, whose funny stunts on
the mat kept the house ringing with cheers.
In addition to being ludicrous the Teddies
did some of the hardest possible stunts of
Buffet l.anrh Follows.
Following the athletics a buffet lunch
consisting of sandwiches, cheese, sausages,
pickles and a cold bottle were enjoyed by
about 300 guests. Coffee was served and
this was topped with a free circulation of
cigars. This lunch was about the finest
thing which A. H. Frye, the able and popu
lar dinirg room manager, has yet offered
In the way of good things.
After the lunch the program closed with
a battle royal between five dusky darkles
of South Omaha. The house was in an
uproar from the start to the finish. I;
was explained by Bruce McCulloch, who
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presided over the events and who acted
ss rrferee as well, that the management
had not felt satisfied with the athletic
exhibition which was presented to the
students of the school of agriculture of the
University of Nebraska on the occasion of
Ihelr visit because several of the mat
nrtlsts failed to appear and therefore it Was
planned to give the present exhibition to
show that a good thing could be pulled
off In South Omaha.
Service In the t horches.
Rev. C. B. Cook of Omaha will occupy
the pulpit of the English Lutheran church
Sunday morning at the usual hour. The
Luther league will meet In the evening.
Rev. E. A. Jordan of the First Christian
church will preach from a lesson drawn
from the subject, "Daniel Before Pelshai
ser." "Trlfllnr With Spiritual Duly" will
be the topic of the evening sermon. The
young people will meet at 1:45 p. nv
A scries of revival meetings began Thurs
day evening at the Swedish Baptist church.
They will continue over Sunday and possi
bly several days of the week. Sessions
are held each afternoon and evening. The
visiting ministers are Rev. C. A. Anderson
of Stromsburg, Rev. L. Arlander of Oak
land, Rev. A. A. Holmgren of Minneapolis,
Rev. L. Johnson of Sioux City, Rev. A.
Lagerqulst of Kiron, la., and Prof. C. O.
Larson of Chicago.
Rev. A. G. White of St. Martin's church
will conduct the holy communion service
at 8 a. m. At 11 a. m. he will preside at
morning prayer and deliver a sermon. In
the evening hi? topic Is "The Building of
the Prayer Book." The children's con
firmation class will meet Tuesday at 4
Rev. W. L. Cullen will conduct the serv
ices at Ft. Clement's mission. His topic
Is "The Good Bhpherd.- Sunday school
will convene at St. Edward's mission at
3 p. in.
A baptismal service with the reception
of members will be held at Lefler Memo
rial church Sunday at 11 a. m.
The West Side Methodist church will be
gin special meetings Sunday evening to
continue through the week. The dedica
tion of the new chapel will be hfld April
24 at S p. m. Bishop John L. Nuelson will
conduct the dedication service.
"God's Revival" Is Rev. George Van
Winkle's Sunday morning .'heme at the
Baptist church. An evangelistic service
will be held in the evening.
Dr. R. L. Wheeler will conduct the usual
services of the Presbyterian church at
Rusliing'8 hall Sunday morning and even
ing. J. M. Bothwell announces the usual serv
ices at the Methodist church.
Magic City Gossip.
Rev. E. A. Jordan and wife entertained
the Barraca class Thursday evening.
W. P. Nelson, assistant paymaster for
Cudahy, has been transferred to a similar
position In Chicago.
J. H. Rushing has gone to Wichita to
take chargn of the Dutch Cleanser depart
ment of the Cudahy Packing company.
The funeral of Mrs. Alberta Duhlg will
be held at the residence at 10 a. m. Satur
day. The burial will be at Laurel Hill
The Fraternal OrJer of Eagles gave its
annual dance last night at Rushing'a hall.
A very large attendance and a good time
Mrs. Maude Hoffman died Wednesday at
Santa Fe. She will be brought to South
Omaha for burial, the body arriving Sun
day. She Is a sister of Mrs. P. J. Tralnor.
Jack Fltsgerald and Tommy Bresnahan
are training In South Omaha at present,
but expect to leave for the south in a
short time, where they have some fights
Charles Mazour of Wahoo reported to
the South Omaha police that he had been
Lent n out of S50 cash while on the train
enroute to South Omaha, lie loaned the
money to a stranger wnom no ieu in witn
until they should arrive In South Omaha.
When they arrived at Papllllon a sup
posed sheriff boarded the train, arrested
the stranger and pulled him off Just as
the train got under gooa neaaway, leav
ing Mazour to ride on to the next station.
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CHURCHES ASK ABOLITION OF
THE "RED LIGHT" DISTRICT
Omaha Federation Adopts a. Report
and Resolutions Dealing with
the Question. I
At the quarterly meeting of the Omaha
Federation of Churches held at the Klrst
Baptist church Monday evening, March 14,
the report of the social purity committee
was presented, which contained the follow
ing considerations with reference to the
"red light district" and which contain the
resolutions which follow, which resolutions
were adopted by a unanimous vote of the
representatives of the church of Omaha. It
was also voted by the federation that this
portion of the report be presented to the
dally press with the request that the same
should be published. The following state
ments represent the Judgment of the
churches of this city
The segregation of houses of 111 fame In
the section of the city known as the "red
light district" In our Judgment should be
condemned and should be legally abolished
1. It Is a compromise with evil and we be
lieve It Is Just as wrong for a city to com
promise with evil as for an Individual.
2. It is a constant source of temptation to
S. It promotes crime and constitutes a hid
ing place for the vilest criminals.
4 It promotes the business of running
.houses of prostitution and Is a means of
promoting the white slave trade.
5 It Is a whirlpool of iniquity into which
innocent boys and girls are drawn and also
Inexperienced country people as well as the
loose in morals are allured to destruction.
b It is a great injustice to poor people
who are compelled to live near and have
their children witness the debauchery, de
gradation and Infamy of the business.
7. It is a hot bed of spreading disease.
Physicians testify that no amount of in
spection can protect against the spread of
the awful and loathsome diseases which are
8. It does not protect the resident portions
of the city agaluai Immoral people com
ing into their district as is claimed.
In view of the above considerations and
because Ihe social evil as It is restricted to
the district In our city known as the "red
light district," is a menace to our civili
zation and a disgrace to our city and a
source of ruin of the youth of our city
and vicinity and Is an unmitigated evil
therefore, we make the following recom
mendations to the federation: Be It
Resolved by the federation of churches of
Omaha, That we implore our city govern
ment to abolish this district for Its present
uses, and to stamp out this great evil. Be
Resolved. That wo appeal to the press of
our city, to the churches, and to all good
people of Omaha to en-operate In sn
earnest effort to get rid of tins terrible,
millstone which is hindering the advance- j
ment of our city In every worthy enter
ptlse, and be It further ,
Resolved. Thst we appeal to the police '
force to use their best efforts to prevent I
the establishment of houses of III fame In
any section of the city, and to prevent the I
creation and operation of methods which!
are designed to allure the Innocent vouth
to ruin. All of which Is respectfully' sub
mitted. A. W. CLARK, !
Chairman Social Purity Committee. !
F. T. HOUSE, President. :
Mancy Mills to
Rebuild at Once
Plant Worth $150,000 Will Take
Place of Burned Structure Oper
ations Begin August 1.
The Maney Milling company is to replace
the plant at Twenty-eighth and Oak
streets, destroyed by the big elevator fire,
with a largo structure and equipment lo
cost 1150,000. Work will begin shortly and
operation of tho new mill and elevator will
probably begin by August 1.
"We havo been positively assured ample
water for fire protection," said J. W.
Maney of Oklahoma City, head of the com
pany, In making the announcement. "A
committee from the Commercial club has
declared that the club will mako every
effort possible to Improve conditions in
the water service of that district."
T. F. Bluke, manager of the company's
Interests In Omaha, left early today for
the east, where ho will buy machinery
for the new plant.
The mill is to bo rebuilt on the same site
occupied by the old establishment. Salvage
from the burned building will amount to
nothing, unless some few bits of the re
mainder of the power house prove useful.
Twenty-five per cent of the grain In the
burned buildings will be saved. This, how
ever, Is an asjset for the insurance company
and signifies nothing to the owners of the
plant. Tho burned building, valued ai
1140,000, will bring tho milling company b5
per cent In fire Indemnity.
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DEATH OF MRS. E. B. HAYNES
Pioneer Woman of Omaha. Expiree at
Home of Son in
Word has been received of the death of
Mrs. E. B. Haynes, a pioneer of Omaha,
at the home of her son, George B. Haynes
of Chicago, Friday.
Mrs. Haynes was "3 years of age. and had
lived in thin city since 1873. She was the
widow of the late Rev. James Haynes.
Besides her son, George, she leaves four
others, they being D. W. Haynes of New
York, C. M. Haynes of Newark, N. J.; J.
B. Haynes and Fred C. Haynes of this
The funeral services will be held In
Omaha, Sunday, the time and place to be
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