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TTIH OMAHA SUNDAY REE: MAY 1. 1D10.
MOLE LAW AGAIN INVOKED
fudRe Estelle Shows Leniency to Joe
Blatt, Conricted as "Fence."
P3IS0N TOE- STATE WITNESSES
lien Mho Plead Guilt? ! Testify
for tke I'rotrratlon Are Given
Two Year Kuril for
Tlo new parole law wai Invoked mic
jj. ffnlly Saturday In district court In' be
half of Job Ratt, a convicted "fence."
J "!'.'" Estell paroled Ratt to I Harris.
lm Is a former partner of M. F. Martin
In the real estate business as conducted In
tl," "burnt d'strlct."
The noteworthy feature of the Itatt caie
Is that this man, convicted after trial of
receiving stolen property goes scot free,
while his partners In the affair are In the
Thene wer Mark F. Ryan and William
Spurrier. After being arrested they were
taken before the grand Jury, where they
confessed the whole plot. The grand Jury
Indicted them and likewise found two In
dictments against Joe Batt.
When Batts trial on the first indictment
came Ryan and Spurrier repeated their
confession from the witness stand. . The
Jury promptly brought In a verdict against
Batt and third the value of the stolen
property as being at least $:5. This sum
Is the amount necessary under the statute
for, Imprisonment, the penalty being one
to seven years.
Two Get Two Years Hrh.
A little later Hyan and Spurrier, ar
raigned, on their own account, pleaded
guilty and Judge EsteMe sent them down
for twp years each.
The marked disparity In the treatment of
Batt, aa compared with Ryan and Spur
rler, excited considerable stir In the court
house Saturday. It Is considered unusual
that men who turned state's evidence
hould be punished, while at the same time
a man pleading not guilty and being con
victed goes free.
County Attorney English was asked If
be will prosecute Batt on the other Indict
ment. "I'll not try him again," was his answer.
Mr. English refused to give an opinion
as to the action of tho court.
"The police did their work," said he. "I
did mine, and what the court does Is his
affair. I have no opinion to express on
and Hired in
Custodian at Court House Has Job
Wavering, but is Saved by Mis
understanding of Vote.
George Strykef lot his Job as superin
tendent of the court house, but he had it
back again sixty seconds later.
A resolution displacing him and putting
John Holt In his place came up before the
Hoard of County Commissioners Saturday
morning and Commissioner Grunt moved
Its adoption. . . .. .
Commissioner Plckard seconded the mo
tion. "Eh. what's that!" cried Fred Brunlng
from the chair.
"Mr. Grant moved the adoption of the
resolution and I seconded It," said Mr.
Brunlng, still In a state of surprise, put
tho motion, which carried, Grant. Plckard
and Trouton voting aye and the chair In
the negative. Commissioner Bedford was
not at the meeting.
"Who is Holt?" said a reporter to Com
mlvHliiner rickard. Mr. rickard jumped to
his feet as though a wasp had stung him.
"Mr. Chairman," said he, "if that last
resolution was about Stryker, I want to
change my vote. I misunderstood the reso
lution and thought it was another."
Commissioner Trouton rose to a point of
order. "Tho action Is taken and must
stand," said he.
"Oh, well," said rickard. If you vant to
be arbitrary, all right. But we'll reinstate
Stryker inside two weeks.
Commissioner Grant then declared that
since he firmly believed Plckard had voted
under a misapprehension, he ought to be
allowed to change his vote.
"Well. I'll change' mine, too," said
"I'll stand on mine," declared Mr. Grant
In wonderment at Trouton's change.
The resolution as matters thus finally
stood, failed to carry, with three votes
against it and one In. Its favor.
Before this matter came up the board
had a little- fight pver the charity store at
South Omaha. A week ago a resolution
passed to discontinue It for the summer.
when there Is no need of two such estab
Commissioner Trouton later offered a
motion "to rescind. Brunlng, who voted for
the original resolution, changed his mind
and stood with Trouton. Commissioner
Plckard made a short address, attacking
Brunlng and Trouton and said they "were
playing politics and not Considering the
county's good." Commissioner Grant voted
with Plckard and the motion to rescind
failed for lack of a majority.
TOPICS OF DAY OF REST
New Methodist Church to Be Dedi
cated Sunday Miming.
Man in Jail Gets His Ego "Pied" with
Cosmos, Gaining Psychic Mys-
Was It earthquake or tohacco.
Day of doom or might of drink?
Declaring he saw hlmstlf murdered and
burled William Pace, a negro, 71S Leaven
worth street, startled the police Saturday
morning In his plea to be liberated.
"I'm dead, I tell you," he said. . "You
can't arrtst a dead man. Leastways" you
ain't got any right tioln) it"
The negro was picked up Saturday night
by Patrolman Sullivan when the officer
found htm delivering an unusual lecture on
a street corner. While Pace was behind
the burst at the city Jail he developed, a
most extraordinary argument for his In
stant release.. The negro desorlbed having
gone to his home and seen another negro
crush his head In while he lay sleeping In
"I don't know how It could be, but I
guess It's Jus' my soul thut's here," he
declared. "My body sure was killed and
burled. If you want to 'rest It you'll have
to dig It up from the grave."
Pace was sentcuictd to five days In Jail
upon being arraigned.
Detectives Rush to Save Old House
in Which They Were
Fire threatened to destroy the old Lea
mont House, 312 North Tenth street, for
years a landmark in Omaha, Saturday
morning, when the sparks from an engine
Ignited the roof.
By coincidence Sieve Maloney, detective
and Sergeant Samuelson of the police force
were both raised In this old house.
Since that day Omaha has grown and
the progress, of the. commercial and Indus
trial centers of the city have left the Lea-
mont house the only survival of the earlier
period In that locality.
When the alarm was sounded both of the
officers, who had spent their boyhood In
that locality, hastened to the scene of the
fire to see the passing of their old home
The building was saved with but trifling
SUCH SPLENDID CURES GIVE
PE-RU-NA ITS PRESTIGE.
Fremont Tastor Will rreaefc Sermoa
la Momlns and Bishop Sls
Will He Heard la After
noon Other Topics.
.The event of the. week in church circles
will be tho dedication of the Norwegian
Danish Methodist Episcopal church at-the
corner of Twenty-fifth and Decatur streets.
which will take place Sunday morning.
Rev. Robert P. Petersen, the pastor, will
be master of ceremonies and Rev. N. L.
Thorness of Missouri Valley, la., will open
the exercises at 9:30 o'clock with an ad
dress to the members of the Sunday school.
At 10 o'clock there will .be a love feast,
U charge of Rev. E. T. Schollert of Dos
Moines, la., while the morning service at
10:45 will be In charge of .the pastor. The
sermon will be delivered by Rev. Henry
Danlclson of Fremont. The reception serv
ice to new members will be In charge of
District Superintendent P. M. Petersen of
Minneapolis. There will be special music
and a number of solos.
The afternoon service at 8 o'clock will
be In charge of Bishop John L. Nuelsen,
who will deliver an address. The dedica
tion sermon will be preached by Dr. Robert
Forbes of Philadelphia. It Is expected that
a rumber of pastors will be present at the
afternoon service. The closing Bervlce con
nccted with the dedication will be tho
Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock in the
evening, in charge of Rev. A. Chrlstenscn,
which , will be followed by a sermon by
Rev. P. M. Petersen of Minneapolis. Every
evening during tho week exoept Saturday
thero will be gatherings a the church.
There will be discussions and papers on live
topics, interesting to the public as well as
to the church members.
Clement Chaso left Friday evening for
Chicago to' attend tho National Missionary
congress and will be one of the speakers
at the banquet of the Chicago Church club
Saturday evening. Mr. Chase will also
speak Sunday- morning at Grace church
and on Wednesday afternoon will give nn
address on "Some Principles of Business
That Have Application to the Missionary
Enterprise" before the congress at tho
At tho Walnut Hill Methodist church the
morning service will be In charge of .the
Men's club. Rev. W. J. Brlent will preach
on "Men s Work in tho Churcn."
Anniversary services will be held at Grace
Lutheran church Sunday to commemorate
the' seventh year of Rev. M. L. Mellck's
service with his congregation. There will
be special music and a sermon on "The
Dr. T. H. Hanna will have charge of the
communion services at the First united
Presbyterian church, Twenty-first and
Emmet streets, Sabbath morning. The
music will be under tho direction of Miss
"The most comprehensive sentence of
literature," Is the way the pastor of the
Castellar Street Presbyterian' church styles
the first verse of the first chapter of
Genesis. On a neatly printed card he an
nounces sermon themes on this text for
the 8undnyevenlngs of May. The themes
are: "The Begmner of Beginnings," "Origi
nals Originating," "The Story of the Skies,"
"Our Wonderful World," "The Creator's
Ail ww jX'im
Kidney and Bladder Trouble
Urm, Jackson Hadley. KsoPus. . "
"It Is with the greatest pleasure 1
Write thui. For years I have suffered
terribly with kidney and Waddsr trouble.
The pain In my back by spells wa so
great I could scarcely stand on my feet,
and such terrible headaches and pain
around my heart, and was so nervous all
the time that life seemed a burden to
'I paid out a great many dollars, both
fcr doctors and patent medicines, and no
benefit only tat the time,
"One day, looking through a Peruna
almanac, I saw how many had been bene
fited by using Peruna. I followed direc
tions and after taking four bottles of Pe
runa can staid on my feet and work all
day with comfort 'The pain in my back
' and head has entirely left me, and I am
not so nervous, and can say I am ooju
ylttcly cared from the kidney trouble."
Jdra. M. F.. Seymour, R. F. D. 2. Bow
man, Georgia, writes:
"I am ready to speak a few words In
favor of Peruna and Mutialln.
'I have tried them far nearly every
Ul of life . for myself and family, and
nllVn be a11 "-tor calms
oatajrta when n.v .1 . . """i
v ' luu" not."
Hsanaeh. aud Weak. Baca
Mrs. Emma Green bit 1
T. lnv.r. cl.. wrVs: """Wn Ruu'
"A friend wh.i ...
t-k,ng Peruna for t," .7
Induced me to try it 1 ... u'8 "nd
. . soom found that
I was being helped and In less than ,
week. X folt Uk. . oiff. ' h",,,ri"
four months , wel,' "
tulnly gave nit strength
consider It aa
Mrs. Augusta Pauline Cons
North English. Jowa, writes
R- F. D. 2,
Calvary Branch, Thirty-Fourth and
Seward Bible school at 3:30.
Grace, Tenth and Arbor, Rev. B. F. Fell
man, Pastor Preaching at 10:45 and 8, Sun
day school at noon and 8:30, young people's
meeting at 7.
Immanuel Baptist, Twenty-Fourth and
Plnkney Hev. F. S. Lyon will preach
morning and evening at 10:30 and 7:30; Sun
day school at noon, Baptist Young People's
union at 6:30 p. m.
Olivet, Grand and Thirty-Eighth, George
MacDougall, Pastor Morning worship at
10:45, theme, "Christian Stewardship;" even
ing service, "Led by the Spirit;" Sunday
school at noon, young people's meeting at 7
First, Harney and Twenty-Ninth Rev.
Walter M. Walker, pastor of Immanuel
Baptist church of Scranton, Pa., will oc
cupy the pulpit at the First Baptist church
both morning and evening. His morning
subject will be "A Little Lower Than the
Angels;" evening subject, "The Office of
the Spirit." Morning service at 10:30, even
ing service at 8.
Calvary, Twenty-Fifth and Hamilton,
Rev. E. R. Curry, Pastor Services at 10:30
and 8; morning subject, "The Church Not
a Failure." The Lord's supper will be ob
served at the close of the morning sermon.
Evening subject, "Saul, the Persecutor,"
the second In the series of the great Apostle
Paul. Half-hour song service before the
evening sermon; baptism. Bible school at
noon, young people's meeting at 7 p. m.,
regular mid-week devotional service
Wednesday evening at 8.
First, Twenty-sixth and Harney, J. M.
Kersey, Pastor breaching at l:3u and 8.
Bible school a( noon. Young people's meet-
lug at 1. .uiuie class Tuesday evening at 8.
Second, Nineteenth and Farnam, Lyric
1 neater ftunaay scnooi at u:4t. service at
11. bubject lonson-htriuon, "Everlasting
! First, Twenty-fifth and Farnam, Cham
! beiV Building Suaaay school ai 1M5. Sun
day services ul 11 and 8. uuoject of lesson-
viniun, everlasting uniehinent.
Parkvale, Thirty-first and Gold, Rev. E.
W. Biew, I'anior .Momma worsuip at 11.
Evening service at i:J0. Sunday school M
v:4u. Cniistiun Endeavor at t:.
Hillside, Thirtieth and Onlo, W. S. Hamp
ton. Pastor Koguiar services at 10:) and
8. Communion at morning service, riimuay
school ut noon. Junior Cnrislian Endeavor
at i- Young People s Society of Christian
Enaeavor ai V.
Plymouth, Twentieth and Spencer, John
P. Clyde, Minister Morning worsuip at
10:3o; theme, "urothernood." Special mublu. I
bunaay school ai noun. Chrlstlun Endeavor
at tf:4o. Evening woranlp in charge ot the
North Side Christian church at i:45.
St. Mary's Avenue, St. Mary's and Twen-ty-sevtntn
Morning worship at 10:30. Ser
mon by the acting pastor, F. S. Stein of
Lincoln. Subject, "Jiely and Conduct."
Sunday scnool at noon, Stanley 1'. Bost
Kk, superiutenueni. young people's C. S.
C. at 7.
First, Nineteenth and Davenport, Fred
erick T, Rouse, Pastor Morning worship
at 10:30, sermon by Hev. R. Lloyd of Chi
cago; subject, "Seeing 1 God and Being
Happy." in the evening Vt 7:45 the paslur
will apeak on "The Place of Humor in me
Heart of Man."
All Saints', Tweuty-slxth and Dewey, T.
J. Mackay, Rector Holy communion at
7 SO. Young people's church and Sunday
school at 10. Morning prayer and sermon
at 11. Large chorus and solo choir, J, II.
Pilla Danish, Rt v. H. M. Hansen. Pastor
Morning service, with communion, at
lO-au a. in.: sermon preached by Rev. L.
Jensen of Kuskln; Sunday school at 9:30
a. m., J. Hansen, superintendent; a Joint
young people's meeting with Council Bluffs
t 4 n. in. and at 8 p. m. Rev. L. Jensen
of Ruskln and Rev. E. Provensen t)f Coul-
"The Forgotten Dream:" Sunday school t
12:15; Luther leaRtie at 7 p. m.; topic,
"Joshua and the Conquest."
St. 'Paul's German, Twenty-eighth and
Parker, ltev. K. T. Otto, Pastor Services
st 10; evening In English at 7:4ft. "Thy
Kingdom Come;" confirmation of English
class May 8 at 7.30; Sunday school at 11.30.
Wountie Memorial, Twenty-sixth and
Farnam, Rev. John E. Huminon, Pastor
Sermon at 10 30, "Requisite of True
Prayer;" Sunday school at noon, O. P.
Goodman, superintendent; young people's
devotional meeting at 7; subject, "Christ Is
King," leader, Miss Esther Swansnn; even
ing service at 8 o'clock, "19 Suffering
Real?" Song service.
Trinity English, Nineteenth and Cnstel
lar, Rev. G. W. Snyder, Pastor Vespers
at 4:15; Sunday school at 3.
McCabe, Fortieth and Farnam. Rev. John
Grant Shlck, pastor Sunday school at 10.
Epworth league at .7. The pastor will
preach at both services, U and 8. ,
Diets Memorial Sunday school at 9:45.
Preaching st 11 by Rev. O. M. Keys. Ep
worth league at 7. Preaching at 8 by Dr.
Forbes of Philadelphia, secretary of the
Church Extension society.
Walnut Hill, Forty-first and Charles, E.
K. Hosman, Pastor Morning service at
10:30, sermon by Rev. W. J. Brient. Sun
day school at noon. Epworth league at 7.
Evening service at 8, sermon by the pastor.
Trinity, Blnney and Twenty-first, G. W.
Abbott, Pastor Morning subject, "The
Love of the Spirit." Evening subject, "An
Old Man Who Moved to a New Country."
Sunday school at noon, Willard Chambers,
Seward Street, Twenty-second and Sew
ard, Rev. Frank A. High, Pastor-Mornlng
worship at 10:30 T'clock. Sunday school at
11:46 a. m.. Epworth league at 7 p. m., pub
lic service at S p. m. The pastor will
preach both morning and evening.
Hirst Memorial, Thirty-fourth and Larl
more, William J. Brient. Pastor Class
meeting at 10:16, led by Mrs. N. Latham.
Service by Rev. E. E. Hosman at 11. Sun
day school at noon. Epworth league at 7.
Evangelistlo service at 8. Mid-week service
Hanscom Park, Twenty-ninth and Wool
worth, Rev. R. Scott Hyde. D. I).. Pastor
Holy communion at 10:30. with short ser
mon by pastor. Evening preaching service
at 7:46; pastor's theme, "Browning's Andrea
1 'el Sarto. . Sunday school at noon, Bert
First, Rev. F. L. Loveland. D. D-. Pastor
Services at 10:30 and 8. Rev. Robert
Forbes, 1). D.,.-of Philadelphia will speak
at the morning service. Rev. R. R. Lloyd,
Ph. D., of Chicago will speak at the even
ing service, giving his famous sermon
lecture on "The Shepherd Parables of the
Bible." Sunday school at noon. Young
people's meeting at 7.
Church of U13 Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and Pratt, Rev. R. T. Bell, D. D., Pastor
Services at 10:30 and 8.
Lowe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas,
Rev. Nathaniel McUlfftn. D. D., Minister
Morning worship at 10:30; Btlble class and
Sunday school at noon; Christian Endeavor
at 7; evening worship at 8 o'clock.
Dundee, Fiftieth and Underwood, Rev.
Grant E. Fisher, Minister Morning service
at 10:30; subject. "The Power of a Vivid
Consciousness of God;" evening service at
7:30; subject, "The Good Man;" Sabbath
school at noon.
North, Nineteenth and Ohio, Rev. M. V.
Hlgbee, D. D., Pastor Morning worship at
10:30; sermon by the pastor; Sabbath school
at noon; at the evening service at 8 o'clock,
Drs. S. K. Spalding and C. C. Morison will
speak on "Protection Against Tubercu
losis." Central United Presbyterian, Twenty
fourth and Dodge Sermons at 10:30 a, m.
and 8 p. tn. by Prof. D. E. Jenkins of the
Presbyterian Theological seminary. Sab-
Dam scnool at noon, Mr. E. E. McMillan
superintendent. Young people's meeting
til 1 O ClOCK.
Third, Leavenworth and Twentieth At
9:30, Sunday school, with classes for all
ages; 10:45, public worship and sermon by
Rev. Charles Herron, D. D. ; I, Junior
Christian Endeavor meeting; 7, Christian
Endeavor; 8, evening wor thlp and sermon
by Rev. Charles Herron, D. D.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grand, Rev
Thomas B. Greenlee, MlnlBter Public wor
ship at 10:30: theme, "Whatsoever Things
aio ijoveiy; in ine evening at 8 Mrs.
Lawrence of Kaitbln, Persia, will sneak:
Sunday school at noon: Junior Endeavor at
a.do; nenior cnristian Endeavor at 7; mld-
service weunotiaay at 8 p. m.
Castellar Street. South Sixteenth nnH
uasteiiar, ttev. naipn a. Houseman, Min
isterAt 10:30, -Visions and the Spiritual
Life;" Bible school at noon, Henry Kieser,
superintendent; 7 p. m., young people's
meeting; 8 p. m., "The Beginner of Be
ginnings," the first of five sermons on
Uencsls 1:1; no midweek service this week
owing to the Theological seminary gradua
Holy Family. Eighteenth and Izard Tiev
John Fitrpatrlck, Pastor Low mass at 8
a. m. ; nign muss at 10 a. m.; beiitdiction
at 7:45 p. m.
St. Philomena's, Tenth and William. Rev.
James W. Stenson, Pastor Low mass at
8 a. in.; high mass at 10:30 a. m .; benedic
tion at 7:45 p. m.
St. Wenceslaus', Bohemian. 1432 South
Fourteenth, Rev. J. Vranek, Pastor Low
mass at 8 a. m.; high mass at 10 a. m. ;
benediction at 7:46 p. m.
St. Mury Magdelene's, Nineteenth anil
Dodge, Rev. Bernard Slnne, Pastor Low
mass at 8 a. m.; high mass at 10:30 a. m. ;
benediction at 7:45 p. m.
Immaculate Conception, Polish, Twenty-
fourth and Bancroft, Rev. Wenceslaus
Krryckl, O. F. M., Pastor Low mass at 8
a. m. ; high mass at J0:o0 a. m. ; benediction
at 7:45 p. m.
Sacred Heart, Twenty-second and Blnney,
Rev. P. J. Judge, B. C. L., Pastor; Rev. T.
J. Manning, Assistant Low mass at 7 and
9 a. m.; high mass at 10:30 a. m.; benedic
tion at 7:45 p. m.
St. Patrick's Fourteenth and Castellar,
Rev. John T: Smith, Pastor; ltev. Patrick
Moynlhan, Assistant Low Mass at 7 and
9 a. m.; high mass at 10:30 a. m.; benedic
tion at 7:4S p. m.
St. John's, Twenty-fifth and California
Rev. Martin M. Bronsgeest, S. J., Pastor;
Rev. Thomas C. McKeough, S. J.; Assistant
Low mass at 6, 7, 9 and 10 a. m. ; high
mass at 11 a. m.; vespers and benediction
at 7:45 p. m.
St. Cecelia's pro-Cathedral, Fortieth and
Webster, Rev, D. P. Harrington, Pastor;
Rev. E. M. Gleason and Rev. J. O'Grady,
Assistants Low mass at 7, 8, 9 and 10 a!
m. : high mass at 11 a. m.; benediction at
7:46 p. m.
St. Ptters, Twenty-eighth and Leaven
worth, Rev. P. A. McGovern, Pastor; Rev.
P. C. Gannon, Assistant Low mass at 7,
8, 9 and 10 a. m.; high mass at It a. m. ;
benediction at 7:46 p. m.
St. Joseph's, German, Sixteenth and Center,
Rev. PaelBlcus Kohnen. O. F. M., Pastor;
Rev. Rembert Sanowski, O. F, M., and
Rev. Gratlanus Gehrig. O. F. M., Assistants
Low mass at 6:30 and 8 a. m.; high mass
at 10:30 a, m.; benediction at 7:45 p. m.
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II. J. Kirschstuln In charge. Special music
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Special preparations are being made for
"Mother's day" observance, wnlch occurs
May 8. There will be an addrens by a
noted speaker, to be announced later, ana
a number of features which add to tne
observance of the day.
The annual athletic public school meet
will be held May 11, 17. 18, 20. The prelim
inaries and the semi-finals will be run ort
in the association gymnasium tho first
three evenings, and the finais the everilntf
of May 20, In the Auditorium.
L. T. Crossman addressed the College
club Kridny evening at the association
building, upon 'Northwestern University.
The next meeting of the College club will
be addressed by Thomas Kicnardson of
the Richardson Drug company, upon "Cor
Rev. Thomas II. McConnell, recently
recently elected pastor of Westminster
Presbyterian church, will address the meet
inn ha o uu, w-i h 1 1, in tmilriiiiii SuikIhv aft
ernoon. The address will be, "A Plea for
Htrongor Chrlstlun Manhood," and there
will be good singing and special music.
Men are cordially Invited.
The secretaries and committees of tho
boys' department are busy making prepara
tions for the boys' camp, which Is to bo
conducted June 21 to July 1. Any boy or
parent dfstrlng Information about the camp
should confer with Mr. Donlson. An ath
letic carnival Is being arranged for the
ear.y part of May, the proceeds of w-hlch
are to go to defraying the expenses of the
Tuesday evening, May 3, at 8 o'clock, the
members or the young Men's unnsuan a
soclatlon will hold a membership social,
which Is expected to be the first of a series
of such affairs., A good program Is being
prepared, after which the members will en
Joy a social time. Refreshments will be
served. Although a membership affair, the
frlpnds of the members of the association
will be welcome. These socials are a part
of the membership privilege, no admission
A farewell banquet was tendered Mrs.
Ci. T. Lowe and Iipt daughter. Miss
Ulanche, Friday evening, by the office and
secretarial staff and their wives. Mr.
Wade acted as toast master, and a number
of the secretaries responded to toasts,
speaking of Mrs. Lowe's genial and effi
cient' management of the cafe during the
last three years. Mrs. Lowe and her
daughter depart the first of the week to
take charge of the housekeeping arrange
ments of the Yonnir Mn Christian asso
ciation at South Rend, Ind.
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! Puff and
! Grecian Braid
f S '.''V ,4.iiv iMk tfl
' V""I HI
suffered Iron, systemic wUl V "T"".'- ... M
M.. AiarK S CIIBIIMII, 1 nrmiriii wnu cur'
palna In my right ldo so I could hardiy
do my housework.
"I am (ill years old, and urn now doing
all my housework. I am In the bast oi
haaltn and cannot thank l)r. llnriuian
enough for his good advice and medi-clna."
dette. Rev. L. Groh, Pastor At 10:4. a. tn.
I.i.es Uod Answer I'tayerT llowT' 8 p.
m., "Blessed Are Those Who Io His Com-
maiidinents:" Sunday school at noon
Young People's Christian tndeavor at ";lj
Grace. 132a Soutn Twenty-sixth, Rev. M
I,. Mel.ck. Pastor Anniversary s-rvices at
10.45 a. in.; evening services at s; subject.
I'nity, Seventeenth and Cass., Rev. New
ton Mann. Minister Service at r.V a. m.,
sermon, "The Name Above Every Name."
Sunday school at noon.
Oak Street Mission Mihle School, anon
South Twentieth Sunday at 3 p. m.. adult
Bible class. A cnnstening service will he
performed by Dr. Abbott of Trinity church.
Midweek meeting Thursday evening at 8
Reorganized Church of Latter Dav Saints.
1S18 North Twenty-first, Klder J. M. linker,
Pastor Sunday scnool at :46 a. m., sacra
mental service at 11 a.m., young DeoDle's
at 6:30. preaching at 8 p. in., prayer niect-
ng Wednesday at 9 p. ni.
New Thought Fellowship Meets Lyric
theater at S p. m., address, "Forgiveness,
Agreement and Prayer." Kvenlng, 8:30
o'clock, address, "The Kingdom Within."
At both meetings a special saered mucical
program by Wllburn Concert orchestra.
First Reformed, Twenty-third and Central
Roulevard. Rev. F. S. Zaugg, Pastor Sun
day school at :30 a. m., pi caching service
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni. Sermon subject for
morning A Jew r.arin, ror evening
"Wasting Bread; Christian Endeavor at 7
Peoples Church. Charles W. Savldge,
Pastor Morning, "Directions for Winning
the Christian Race; evening, "Greater
Works Than Jesus." Young people's So
ciety Christian Kndeavor at 7; Sunday
school at 12. Prof. Meltes has charge of
United Brethren, Nineteenth and Lothrop
University service at 10:80 a. in., theme,
"How to Keep the Sabbath"; evening ser
vice at 8 p. m.. theme. "The Mestage of
tho Ksrly Church to the Church of the
Twentieth Century"; workers meeting
Weclnssoay at s p. in.
The North Side Christian meets at the
Plvmouth Congregational, Twentieth and
SMncer streets. Bible school at SO a. 111.
Morning service at 10:30. Rev Clyde In
chaise; Union Christian Endeavrir meeting
at f :30 p. m ; veiling worship at 7 ti, Hev.
"Deaf Mute" is
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Cluster Puffs 93.00, and a Grecian .
Braid 93.00, together worth $8.00, Uj
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ale Tills WeeM
Our stock Is so varied in its nsnortniPnt that we can intercut all (lasses
of buyers. We liuve toilet articles for milady niedi. ines from the ends of tho
earth for the ailing and the everyday household articles bought by every
body AVe also have thousands of articles not readily obtained elsewhere.
Rexall Iyspepsin Tablets SSc, 6o, 89
60c Mi-O-Na for '. 45i
Herplcldu (Newbro's) for .. 4So and 89i
Punderlno 880, 45o and 89
1. Off Wine of Cardul for 89o
llyomel 40o and 89c
deb . .
TOOTH PASTE or
in-SCTBiLAISrEOUS TOII.ET AMD
Simulation by John Klein Fails to
Work Police and He Makes
. iv.lrt Cream. 8SO, 40c
jersey 1 "
DOc Malvlna Cream for
1 lb. Rexall Cold Cream for....
$1.00 Oriental Cream, this week
Stuart's IyspepHla Tableta.
40o ana B9i
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VEIiTET CASDT, lOo Blz for. ,
Whll It Lasts.
"john"Klcln is"aprisoner In the city Jail
who Impersonated a deaf mute before Iiesk
Sergeant Uilfbn Friday night and two min
utes later was caught swearing like a
pirate Just outside tho door of the building.
Sergeant Dillon was at considerable loss to
decide what charge should be placed
agalist the man and finally booked Klein
"It's really circular Insanity, 1 guess,"
The result of Klein's experience with the
police was a sentence of five days In Jail
from Judge Crawford Saturday morning.
The man strolled Into the station Friday
evening and approached the sfrgeant with
an elaborate performance of pantomime.
Ulllon handed his visitor a piece of paper
and pencil and let him write what he had
on his mind. Tha writing was Illegible to
everyone In the station. Sergeant Dillon
using pantomime, ordered the visitor out
of the station.
In a few moments Detective Hell rushed
outside upon the sound of a shouting voice
ami caught tho "deaf mute" assailing sev
eral pedestrians with a tirado of epithet.
11.11 dragged the mar tnitlde and lodged
him In Jail. From that moment Klein t
xitej In assuming (he role of deaf muu.
Java Rice Powder . . .
60, lOo and ISo
GOODS SAX.B AXIi THIS
$1.00 Cooper's Medicine B9o
60c Cooper's Medicine 45o
$1.00 linkham Compound 890
Rexall Mucatone.... 450 and 890
$1.00 Peruna 89c
UiMterlnn 18o, 350, 45o and 89o
Rexall Shaving Ixitlun S5o and 4 60
$1.00 Gray's Glycerine Tonic 89o
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Packer's Tar Soap, 8 cakes for ...... 35f
Palm-Ollvo Soap, all this week It
Klderdown Powder, this week 7i
&0c Pozzonnl's Powder, our price.,.. 98a
Woodbury's Facial Soap , . 180
American Castile Soup, 10 bars for., 3S
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