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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: AUGUST 14, 1910.
FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE
KO acres irrigated land In Han bull
alley, 114, miles north of Alamosa, vv 1,1
t take, good rental propel ly. This land Is
under one. of the best raimls In in valley,
every foot can be Irrigated.
McCague Investment Co., .
1608 Dodge (it.
4. MO ACRfcH dear land at $l par aoi,
want to trad (or Inconie-ueuiing property
and will assume a leasonubl amount.
, NOWATA LAND AND Lul tU,
i K Mew York Life UMf.
jf 'Phone Red 1999.
" VfOR BALE On easy terma, hotel busi
ngs In growing town In northeastern Wyo
ming; will take horaes or rattle in part
payment. A bargain. Sotnara Noonan,
tb New York Life UU
TO EXCHANGE Choico 300-acre Wall Im
proved Howard county, Nebraska, farm,
H ndle It. R. town, inj acre, owner Wants
Into merchandise builnnu. K. llt tea
worth. Cedar Rapids. !-
TO EXCHANGE Prefer itnrk nt nnrfi
Several very choice tracta of farm land
in uncom county, Nebraska, l ull par
ticulars on application. What l.ava you?
R. Bettesworth, Cedar Raplda, U.
FOR SALE Or will trade for Rood farm
land, my residence, beautifully situated in
eight acre of land overlooking a pity of
3.U00, In rtch central Nebraska. Hut wW
near, electric lights, hot and coid water,
bath, etc. Address Dr. Klnyon, Fullerton,
040 ACRES fine, level land, tinder private
uucn, in eastern Colorado, 1j0 par acre,
for ol ty property.
two acres, near Maryvllle, Mo., most nil
fin corn land, 1Z5 per acrtt; owner will
consider $65,000 to eTO.tRMJ stock of general
2.iO-acr9 farm near Overton, Neh., $109
per acre; owner -wilt consider $:o,009 stock
of 'general merchandise.
Flna ViO acre Ih Met-rlck count v. Nnliroilm
$125 per acre; owner will consider $i:o.ii00
iuck oi general m rcnanaise.
60S acrea near Modale, In , $110 par acre;
owner will consider a HO.OiiO atock of mer
chandise. 3.000 acrea, moM all fin rfc land, near
HtutUan, Ark., $40 per acre; owner will
consider $10o,0uii atock of general merchan
dise, hardware or Implements.
O. M. WYCKOFF,
1105 O Ht., Lincoln, Neb.
FOR EXCHANGE Livery business and
residence In a town of 5,000, for wmtern
farm bind well located. Address 62 Little
Bid-., Lincoln, Neb.
WHAT hav you to ofler for 2m0 acres of
good land In Johnson roumy, Ky four
mile of county seat ,two miles of railroad,
where they are mining coal by th carload
from a aeven-foot vein; thla land Is under
laid with coal, the surface good tillable
land, with timber on a part of It. -price
$26 per acre. If you have something tan
gible to offer communicate with us or call
LOCATOR REALTY CO., Kan. City. Mo.
342 Ridge Hldg. Both phones.
330 acres North Dakota land, free of ln
ruimtotance, for good Ontabe property.
Phbi Harney 1336-
GOOD Iowa and Minnesota, land to ex
change for general merchandise and hard
War atocka; many bargains. The Mercan
tile Adjuatment Co., Quthrl Center, la.
We exchange- properties of merit. H. H.
CulTer, H2-813 N. V. Life. . Douglas 7806,
180 ACRES Dundy county,- Neb.; N. B.
1-3-88. Black sandy soil, small Improve
ments. U000. Mortgage ;X). Want automo
bile worth 11,260, balance cash. So 202,
Lincoln, , Neb, v
ON ACCOUNT of other business matters
requiring all my attetntlou will swap my
atock of first claaa. clean, up-to-date Im
plements, automobiles . and building; for
Omaha real estate and pay cash difference.,
or will rent th building; situated In on
of th beat farming communities In south
east Nebraska.. What hav you got? Ad-
areas o-sat car utnina ut.',
TO BXCHANGB-Prefor stock goods,
$00,000 business blocks, Capital City, rente
I7&0 per month; mortgage (40,000. R. Bettea
worth, Cedar Rapids, ,Iowa.
" TRUBTEK'S BALE. ' "
In pursuance to an order made by the
Hon.- Benjamin J. Woodaon, referee in
bankruptcy,'! hereby offer for sale at pub
llo vendue to the highest 'bidder for cash
In hand, the stock ot woods, wares and
fixtures. Including showcases, desks, Iron
safe, counters, cash register, stock of gro
ceries, dry goods and notions, boots and
hoee, bats and caps, .clothing, queensware
fttA miscellaneous merchandise, now con
teamed In the building formerly occupied by
fcfrneat Prang, bankrupt, In the town of
Kkldmore, Nodaway county, Missouri.
Bald sal to be held between th hours
of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. on Monday, the 22d
of August, 1910; aaid sale to be subject to
the approval of the referee In bankruptcy.
Each bidder before makingl his bid will
bo required to deposit with th trustee
certified check or draft In amount of 12M,
which draft will be returned to .ald bidder,
firovlded th property Is not Joiu to him,
n which event It will be credited on th
amount bid therefor. Said deposit to be
forfeited to the estate as liquidated dam
ages in event' of any bidder falling to pay
the amount as bid on the property being
old to hltn by th trustee. Invoice and
appraisal of said stock of merchandise and
fixtures may be seen at my office, No. 605
Corby building,' St . Joseph, Mo. Amount
invoice, il4,5i.U. J. J. GARTH,.
AUd4t Trustee In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORJI BIDS WILL
' received until- 4 o'clock on Thursday,
AFirust IS. mo at the office ot th secretary
CT th Board of RoKertts, Admlnlxtratlon
building, university of Nebraska, Lincoln,
for th construction of a cattl feeding
building, to coat approximately $S,tKXi: to l
built on th University Vnrm, near Lincoln,
according to plans and- npecif icatlons now
on file In th office of the superintendent
of construction, room -Q of the said Ad
ministration building. Bids mux I ba settled,
and marked with the bidder's' name,, and
th words "Bid for Frcdtng Building" writ
ten plainly on the outside. "J. . DALES,
Tm th Public.
I will not be responsible for any debt
contracted by my wife, Nellie Harnett, from
thla day and date. F. K. UAKNKTT.
Omaha, Neb., August 12, 1910.
TQ THE PUBL1C-I will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted . by ' my
wife, Mis. Leo lledtuker, Trom this day and
dute, 11. P. IJedtaker, Oirutlia, Nsl.,
AitKiist 12. ll'lil. ' .
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for August 13. 1910.
' furnished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust - company, bonded nHtractera, 1711
Fainam ht. Tel. Duuir. 2P'i6. ....
J. W. Kingston to l". M. Kingston, lot
61. Clark Place .1 1
W. E. Weekley to J. Mehl. part U-1S-10. 1.700
tame to same part lot 1. block 1. C. K.
Mayne's '.. SOD
M. J. Cooiey and wlfo to C.' 12. Hmlth.
lot 25, block 1, Smith Echanke Place (WO
Reed Pros', to 13. F. Lonan. lot 7, block
2. rrp'at of Durum 1'lace 4-5
J. C. Kelley and wife to L. W. Karn.
lots 406, 407 and 4v Kenwood... V 37j
Reed Bros, to K. Hoot, pnrt 3M3-U.... l.ioo
A. O. Lundell and wife toi W. J.
Grottier and wife, lot 4, block 4.
Spring Lake Park 2.000
U W. Kowrnvxky to. J. Christcnuen,
lot 1 block S. Crelghton's lt 2,900
Jens Chrlstensen to L. J. Kowrovskv,
lot 10 and part of lot 11, block 9,
A. Ky Kenaaii ana nuxnand to K. a.
Hansen, lots 1 and 2, block k. Thoina
son aV Ooos' J
II. K. Moorea and wife to H. H.' Put
nam, lot 14. block 3, A. . Patrick's., J
N. L. Burton et al. to M. Williams,
lot B. block 1. Institute place 250
2. P. Traver to M. M. Klwood. part lot
21, block I, eub. of J. I. Rcdlck 1
Tho Omaha Realty Co. to W. 11. An
derson, lot 9. block 6. Patrick's 2d
E. Robinson to A. Mulm. part lot 23,
block 4 Campbell's i jo
I.avk of Confldruee Well Foaadeil.
Th slmlllar story of the roil man's
strjmg lack of - confidence In th whit
Brf iti'a government Is belnjr effectively em
r lialised In th testimony taken In connec
tion with Senator Gore'a char. It should
now be called "th century of dishonor and
after," In ordr to Includ.j .these later
I'laod f tb a tilt mau a rapacity.
Notes From Fort Crook
Fourth Be jiment Complete! Iti Ion; Hike and Ooei Into Camp at Paw
nee Flat New X-Ray Machine Becerred at Pbit Hospital Baae Ball
Team Wine Two Oamei from the Leonardirille, Kaa., Aggregation.
First Lieutenant Owen C. Flck, medical
oorpn, left Saturday morning for th camp
of Instruction, Pawnee Flata, Fort Riley,
Kan., wher lie will stay until th termina
tion of maneuvers at that place and then
the military tournaments at Da Moines
The soldiers hav finally got rid of th
hoodoo that has been following the ball
team since their start on the hike and
hav started to win gams. Th gam
played at Merysvllle,-Ken.,- with Thomas
and Ungry for th battery, resulted In a
7 to I victory for th soldiers, not an error
being made by the soldier team. Th
double-header at Leonardsvllle, Kan., on
Thursday resulted In a defeat for Leonards
villa by a score of It to I In five Innings.
In . the second-gam th team frern tn
Thirteenth Infantry defeated- the Fourth
Infantry team by a score of to 7 In seven
Innings. The feature of th gam was the
striking out of nine men., by Mulcahey, to
the five-men struck out by Lieutenant Tay
lor of. the Fourth Infantry. . ,
Pursuant to verbal orders from Colonel
Edwin B. Bolton, commanding the troops
In the field, Sergeant Lewis and Private
Irwin of Company 11, who stayed at th
post, were ordered to proceed to'Leonerds
vllls. Kan., and play ball against th strong
Thirteenth Infantry nine, but they were
unaucceesful In their efforts to win the
gam for their side; but at any rate they
gave a good account of themselves, on
Wednesday evening a concert was given
In the opera house by the Thirteenth In
fantry band, and after listening to the
band the townspeople handed the keys of
tli town over to th boys and told them
to have a good time, which they did, ac
cording to all reports.
Th Fourth Infantry hiked eighteen and a
quarter miles Wednosday Instead of fifteen
as th schedule read. They got on th
wrong road and had to march three and
a quarter miles to get on th. right road
Friday morning everyone was up bright
and early waiting for the call that was
sending them on th last twelve miles of
the 230-mile Journey. They arrived In Paw
nee Flata about 10 a. m. and as soon as
their Bioley tents oouid be secured from the
quartermaster everyone was busy getting
streets laid out and tents pitched) For the
next month they will got all they care for
In th way of Instructing the mllltla In th
art of warfare and when September IS
comes no doubt everyone will be glad to
Fack hla blanket roll and board the train
or Des Moines. Every man carried his
blanket roll with everything In It on th
last twelve mile of the journey, making It
the flrat time In fifteen days they hav had
to do It. .
Private Luther R. Lewis. Company H.
Fourth Infantry, thla post, was honorably
discharged from the service of the United
States Tuesday by reason, of expiration of
term of service. Private Lewis was th
crack shortstop of the regimental ball team
and hla absence. wlU b keenly felt. He
went to th recruiting office at Omaha,
Neb., and after .being accepted for ra
enlistment he was sent to Jefferson Bar
racks, Mo., to be examined and enlisted
for another period -of three years. He will
b greatly mlased by all th .boy of Com
pany H and all wish htm success at hla
new station. 1 v'
Private Fred Curtis of Company H, who
Is sick In th hospital. Is convalescing
rapidly and wlbl soon be out for duty again.
first Lieutierianjl. Sylvester Bonnaffan,
now on leave of absence at Philadelphia.
Pa., Is detailed for duty pertaining to me
national match for 1910, He will proceed
Ito Camp perry, O., and report about
August IB,, to Colonel Robert K. Evans,
Twenty-eighth Infantry, executive officer
of the match, for duty, and upon comple
tion of the duty . assigned to him be will
return to th place , of reoelpt by him of
this order ana revert to a status of ab
sent leav. . -
A board of officers I appointed to meet
at such dates and places a may b nec
essary to inaulre Into and report uooh th
availability of aultabl tracta of land In
Nebraska lor use aa a. ririe, rang for th
troop at Fort Crook and Fort Omaha.
The following detail has been ordered:
Colonel Edwin B. Bolton. Fourth Infantry.
.1 Fort Crook, Neb, ; Major William P. Burn
I ham, general staff, headquarters. Depart
ment or th Missouri, ana captain jonn a.
gwttaar, Fourth Infantry, Fort Crook, Nab.
i Sergeant First Clasp Arthur A. Jackson,
hospital corps. Fort Crook. Neb., will be
sent to the General Hospital, Fort Bayard,
N .M., reporting upon arrival to th com
manding officer for duty and relieve Ser
geant First Class Weinberg. Sergeant
RRAWS PECULIAR CONTRAST
Street Hallway Meekoaa f Some Gr
inaa Cities and oi Soma
American CI tie.
A staff correspondent of th Now Yprk
Engineering News expresses Astonishment
at the ease and celerity with which crowds
ar bandied and moved' by the street rail
ways ot German cities,' In contrast with
th confusion, and cruelty observed In
American cities under Ilk clrcuinstaiiceg.
H says, In part:
I hav spent a short tlm In ach of sis
German cities Dueeseldorf, Eesen, Col
ogne, Bonn, Maync anil Strassburg and
hav ridden on th street railways in ach.
What I hav en" la' Only what ' may b
scan by any American! traveling abroad.
I hav not pretended to mak any study
of technical details of operation, and what
I hav seen makes me wonder why the
street railway service In any and all of
thee German .olties.Js so far In advance
of 'what the publlo enjoys (If -enjoys is the
right word) In my own city In America.
What.. Is the street ..railway' service at
homef Well, I can think ot so many ad
jctlves commonly applied to It by long
suffering passengers that I hesitate which
to choose. Instead of choosing let me state
the facts. a
The town Yn which I live Js a suburban
pity of some 20,000 population. It street
railway lines are part of a great system
covering a large number of oitle and
towns in New Jersey and serving a popula
tion of probably 760,000 people. The oor.
poratlon which operates these lines Is a
branch of a huge cQreje44on. with many
ramifications. This controls, for Instance,
the electrlo lig-ht and gas supply for most
of the district covered by Its street rail
ways. Its finances are a max, pact find
ing out. apd by common report It hag had
and has more Influence In shaping the gov
ernment ..of. the oitles. In:. its domain - and
even of, the etate, -Itself than have all the
rest -or the cltlsens nf that state combined.
The end for which thla corporation pro
fessedly exists Is to furuisn publlo service
to the people over whom If reigns. But
thle Is the kind of street railway service
which It furnishes; Its cars ar dirty
and ovrorowded. They : ar Insufficient
In number to accommodate th traffic,
not only at the rush' hours of th day,-' but
at other times. They are run at aston
ishingly Irregular Intervale. Often on wait
a long time for a car to com along and
then three or four will pass in a bunch.
The conduct of the employes Is a con
stant soorc; of complaint. Th handling
of the controller and jat.the. brakes .Is
such that the cars are generally stopped
with jerk and started with surge
ahead that sends "the whole mass of strap
hangers swaying backward.. -The failure of
motormen to atop when signaled is a con
stant " exasporatlon, "particularly on parts
of the ystm' wljee cars are, run ot Infre
quent Intervals. ...
I might go on" In much greater detail;
but It la not a pleasant task and the whole
situation can best be summed up In on
short, sentence. The street railway passen
gers tn my own city at home are jammed
Into dirty sereet cars like cattle. The good
used upon the street car cattle ar such
verbal ones as--'iep HvIyv and "move
up In front." That's .th chief different.
And there Is a yet' no. human society to
protect street railway passengers from
And now hew la It In Germany? In mV
my etreet railway riding in Germany 1
hav not. xt aren a crowded street railway
car. Only ono have I seen paasengeri
First Class Weinberg will be sent to Fort
Hamilton, N. Y.. for duty upon relief by
Sergeant Flrat Class Jackson.
Pursuant to General Orders No. 52, De
partment of th Missouri, Captain Fred K.
Muchan, Sixth cavalry, la relieved from
duty as judge advocate of this depart
ment and will proceed to Join his regiment.
Captain Buchan will turn over all records
and property pertaining to the office to
First Lieutenant Louis H. Kllbourne, Ninth
cavalry, who In addition to his other du
ties will assum command of the offlo
The orders affecting officers of th
Fourth Infantry this post. Issued from the
War department, read as follows: "Ho
much of orders of July 6, 1910, War de
partment, as relieve Major Amos B. Shat
tuck from duty in the quartermaster's de
partment August 1 Is amended so as to
relieve him from duty in that department
December 1, and Orders of July t, 1910, are
amended so a to direct the quartermaster
of Fort Missoula, In addition to his other
duties, to assume charge of construction
work at Fort Missoula on December 1, In
stead of August 1, 1910.
A large refrigerator was received at th
Post hospital Monday from th Medical
Supply - depot, St. Louis, Mo., and was
placed tn position by the post carpenter,
the old on having become unfit for use.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rushart and a
party of friends, who have been camping
on the banks of the Platte river for the
past few days, returned Monday.
Mrs. Clemens W. McMillan and small
son, Ambrose, together with a party of
friends from Omana, were guesla of Mra.
McMillan's husband, First Lieutenant
Cicmana W. McMillan, Medical Reserve
corps,- V. 8. army, at the Fourth infantry
camp at Marysvllle, Kan., where the troops
i-aiiipeu over Munday.
Pursuant to special orders No. 162, Is
sued from headquarters, Department of the
Missouri, Omaha, Neb., leave fur two
months on surgeon's certificate of dis
ability la hereby granted First Lieutenant
jr. D Camp Hall, Fourth Infantry, Fort
Crook, Neb. Lieutenant Hall has been
In poor health ever since the arrival of lil
rculment from the Philippine Islands In
June and he waa unable to accompany the
troops on the march to Fort Riley, Ivan.
Lieutenant Hall left th post Monday on
the leave granted him, which he will prob
ably spend at his bom on th Atlantic
Th tenta of th enlisted men, together
with a great many of the officers' tents,
were blown down In the big storm which
parsed over the camp ground at Marys
vllle, Kan., Sunday night, making It very
disagreeable for all concerned, as they had
to pitch tents while it rained and all their
blankets and effects "were slightly damp
before they got them up again.
The new X-ray machine which was
received at th post hospital some time
ago frfim th Scheldel-Western X-Ray Coll
Company of Chicago was put In position
Wednesday by Mr. Magnusson, an expert
belonging to that firm. This machine is
one of the latest typo and will be a big
improvement to th hospital, which with
th X-ray machln will make It one of the
best post hospitals in the Department of
the Missouri. Th other X-ray machine
that was her was formerly in us at the
General hospital, Washington, , D. C, but
when that hospital was abandoned for
the new Walter Red General hospital at
Tacoma park they Bent the X-ray then In
use at Washington barracks to this post.
Between Washington and Fort Crook It
had been handled so roughly that what
was not broken' about It was so badly bent
and twisted that it was useless. The
X-ray expert. Christian A. Heckleman of
Fort Riley, was sent to this post and pro-
i4 - i.n.jirvt neahla and reoom-
mended that It be placed before a board
of survey and an Inspector for condemna
tion and as soon aa that was accom
plished th new machine was sent here,
aina Minini to this station in February,
1900. Major Joseph Taylor Clarke of the1
medical corp nas naa ni umnvn.-
mad in th way oi rnaams r.
class hospital In very respect. Th great
eat Improvement he has made so far has
been the now operating pavilion, which
,A.t,ii,. larva mum for x-ray work, on
mum for etherising? and dressing, shower
baths, new operating room, finished In
whit tiling; sterilising room, large, airy
surgical ward and a fin ateam heating
plant, which for th first tlm kept th
hospital warm all through th cold
weathr. Som more Improvements ar
asked for and they , .will, probably be
started later on.
standing Inside-a ar,: and' that wa on an
evening when the fireworks display in honor
ot Zeppelin and the International Corigress
of Metallury occurred at Duesseldorf and
a crowd of many thousands were dispers
ing. Even then the crowd was handled
nromotlv and comfortably and with very
few pasaengers standing In the alalea. The
Germans recognise the necessity ot making
street railway service flexible, to proviae
for variations In travel at different times,
and thev attach trail ears behind the motor
cars. In even such small cities as Heidel
berg, a train consisting of a closed motor
car, hauling an open oar Is regularly run.
American atreet railways have pi-iSvI
for Increased traffic by putting on larger
and heavier cars, butUho Germans have
met the same problem by running trains
of two or three cars. The advantages of
the- German system to the publlo are ex
tremely great and I believe they are almost
as great to the street railway. The floors
of German street oars are low, like the
American street cars ot a dosen years ago.
They are far easier to get In and out ot
than our high-floored American oars, which
are designed to accommodate the car build
ers rather than the convenience ot the
traveling public Then with a train of two
or three cars, V choice of accommodations
between open and closed cars Is given as
just noted. Again, these short, light cars
are very easy on the track compared with
the huge, heavy cars now runMn American
cities. This is one. explanation, I have no
doubt, why the track on these German
street railways is far smoother than the
track on any American street railway i
have ever seen. Still again, it Is easy and
quick to provide for variation in the traf
fic by adding to or dropping off care. This
Is one reason why German street railways
actually do what no American street rail
way ever pretends to do provide a seat for
every pasaenger who want to sit down.
Every German street , oar Is plainly
marktd inside with the number of pas
sengers that may be seatd In it and on
the platforms are marked th number who
mav stand there. And cars enough are run
so that the publlo Is provided for without
having to stand and watt. At least I nave
nevsr yt In Germany attempted to board
a street car and been refused, bcause the
available placea were all. full.
"BTws Barns at Mason' City.
MASON CITY. Aug. .-Speclal Tele
gram.) Fire last night destroyed two
large barns bfclonglng to the Chicago
Northwestern railway. The barns con
tained 7,000 bales of hay, 1.443 bushels of
oats. 100 bushels of barley, 1.400 bushels of
torn, 200 bales of straw, machinery, wag
ons, etc., owned by George Halncs of this
city. The total loss Is $20,000, with Insur
ance of $1,900 In Cerro Gordo Mutual, and a
possible Insurance of $2,200 In Sioux of
Sioux City. Fire started from spontaneous
combuitlon tn hay.
Crabbing th Hide by Fraction.
Manufacturers of a "computing scale"
are circularising retail dealers In meats
with th statement; "If. your business
soiount to $10 a day we can earn you 10
cents .In fractions you don't get now." A
irnmlse which provokes the Springfield
Union to remark that "It la ao easy to
skin th consumer, and In ao many differ
Hit ways., that the .wonder Is that the
I or wretch haa any cuticle left." But of
course the context makes It clear that the
I inalnlng cuticle Is now being removed In
f actional fragments.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads
Major Tucker of Florence Visited In Ben-
Son on last Tuesday.
W. 8. Winters has returned from a trip
to ine south.
Colonel CMather Is spending some time
traveling in the nouth.
Mrs. M. J. Chalupsky spent last 8un
day in Omaha, vl si-ting. -
Miss Mabel Iyslle of Council Bluff spent
last Sunday at the Corbaley home.
A. Seaback haa returned from a few days'
visit in Asnton, Neb.
Mies Mildred Carlson of Fremont spent
last week as a guest of Miss Ella Ci revert.
The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society will
meet at the home of Mra. William Wardlow
next Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh will leave on
Wednesday evening for a trip to Minneap
olis, Minn., going from there for a three
months' stay on the coast
Word has been received frdm Colorado of
the drowning of the S-y ear-old son (Henry)
or Mr. ana Mra mreigni, rormeriy ot n
Frank Under Is recovering from th ef'
fects of poisoning from meat eaten at a
party a week ago in omana.
returned Monday from Ashland, where they
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Grove and daughter
made an automobile trip, visiting wttu
Mr. and Mrs.- Alfred Anderson entertained
a number of relatives at dinner last Sun
day. Covers were laid for seven guests.
Miss Effls McGuIre has returned home
trom a two week's visit with friends In
St. Joseph, Mo.
Mesdames DeEppe and Joseph Mason
have returned homo trom a two months
visit In the west part of the state.
Mr. and Mra. Charles Tracy and aon,
Donald have returned from a ahort visit
Mr. Roshone and daughter, Marie, left
on Monday for St. Paul, Neb., where they
will attend the wedding of Mr. Roshone
Miss Iillxabeth McGuIre of Chicago Is
a guest of Mrs. P. J. Flynn, whom she will
vP.it for two weeks.
Mies Hasr-1 Wilcox returned on Monday
from attending a week-end house party
One ouae ot scarlet fever has been re
ported In Benson, Altona, the six year old
aon of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, is th victim.
Mis. Pete4- Uravert and daughter, Effle,
left last Saturday evening for an extended
vilt in Stt Puul, Minn.
Messrs. Leach . and Martin have re
turned trom a two .weeka' trip through
The baby of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Kennedy
Is now on the road to recovery after a se
The women of the Lutheran church gave
an ico cream lawn aoclal last Tuesday
The B. L. S. club met at the home of
Mrs. Parkins on last Thursday afternoon.
The Busy Bees club will meet at the
home of Mrs. B. F. Kllman en next
Miss Agnes Seaback haa gone for a two
weeks' visit with relatives In Missouri Val
ley. Miss Nell Howard has returned from
South Omaha, where she had been with a
camping party for two weeks.
Rev. and Mrs'. A tack, Messrs. Will and
Ernest Tlndell and Misees Agnes Tlndell
and Madeline Horton were week-end guests
at the Stlger cottage at Carter lake last
A joint Sunday school picnic of the Ben
son and Florence Swedish Lutheran
churches was held last Friday at Millard's
park near Florence.
Last Monday evening the Odd Fellows'
lodge met to adjourn and go in a body to
South Omaha to visit the lodge at- that
H. O. Wulff has returned from Chicago,'
where he attended the Knights Templar
conclave held at that place.
About eight young men of Benson are
camping in the Papplo valley, going aud
coming from work each day.
The Methodist Ladles' Aid society met
at-the home of Mrs. A tack last Wednesday
afternoon. Lunch was served from S to t
The Benson Woman's club held Its an
nual picnic last Thursday, going from here
in the morning and spend the day at Belle
vue, where a ."basket dinner" was enjoyed
at the old Chautauqua grounds.
Mrs. Harrison of Marshall, Minn., ' and
Mrs. tphurchlH and daughter 'of Granite
Falls., Minn., have been guests at the home
of Mrs. E. B. Harrison during tho week..
Mra - Cfarles Robinson entertained at
luncheon last Thursday afternoon . at her
home tn honor ot her mother's birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg entertained at a
family dinner Wednesday evening, th fol
lowing guests. Rev. and Mrs. Atack, Mr.
and Mrs. Whistler and Mrs. Stevens.
Mrs. J. N. Horton entertained at dinner
last Wednesday evening, covers being
laid for Misses Georgia Morton, . Bertha
Wilson and Verdi Pryor, Madeline Horton
Mrs. George Hamilton and Mrs. Clark
Bates of Omaha and Mrs. Benedict, son and
daughter of Uloversvllle, N. Y., were guests
at the William Zimmerman home aurlng
the last week.
Mr. and Mra H. C. Hansen entertained a
fUhlng party at Carter lake last Sunday,
the guests being Mr. and Mrs. Clarke of
Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Olseon.'
The Benson Commercial club met Thurs
day evening at the city hall. A proposition
to establish club rooma was discussed. The
treasurer's report showed reoelpts of $940.30
and expenditures of $923, leaving a balance
of $17.24 In the treasury, besides raining
nearly $300 for the Benson band.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chllds and Mrs.
Henry Thomas wers dinner guests of
frlunds in Omaha on Wednesday.
Miss Clara Paulson has returned to her
home In Chicago, 111., after a two weeks'
visit at the home ot.Mlss Helen Jorgeaon.
Mlas Allc Lancaster of Spokane, Wash.,
Is making a week's visit at the home of her
parents, after which she and her mother
will make a trip to Canada.
'Mra. Henry Thomas has gone to St.
Joseph, Mo., for a short visit before joining;
her husband In' Brookfleld, Mo.
Misses Edna and Carrie Snell left ' on
Wednesday for a two weeks' visit with
relatives in Plattsmouth.
Messrs. Robert Beckmeyer and John Jen
son went to Elkhom to spend a few days In
Miss Nannie Ebner, who has been sick
for about three months, Is able to be out
and .around agin. -
Walter Snell left on Monday tor Rich
wood, W. Va., after spending hla vacation
at the home of his parents.
Mrs. J. M. Connolly and daughter and
Oeorge Bell of Victor, la., and Mr. and Mrs.
Poi st - have been guests at the home of
A reunion of former Benson people was
held recently In Portland, Or. Those pre
sent were' Mr. and Mrs. George Newklrk,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoecker, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Kuerton, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Wyant,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Felsel, Misses Fern and
Opal VVyanlt, Louise Hoctor, Emma and
Etta Kuerton, Messrs. Ernest Hoecker and
Arthur Wyantt and Robert Smiley. .
The meeting of the Benaon Sunshine olub
was held at the home of Miss Gladys
Anderson last Thursday afternoon, the of
ficers are president, Amy Rosander; vice
president, Agnes Llndberg; secretary,
Gladys Anderson; treasurer, May Hansen;
Huslbtant treasurer, Gertrude Gats.
Last Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock
at the Grace Lutheran church of Omaha,
the wedding of two popular young people
of Benson took place. Miss Ella M. Gravert
and Emll Carlson were married In the
presence of the family and relatives, Mrs.
ISertha Gross of Benson and Miss Mildred
-urlu,in ,l.f nr 11 1 lha rmnm ,.r ff.amnnt
ware the attendants, Rev. Mr. Melllck read
the marriage lines. The bride wore a white
satin wedding gown and a large black
picture hat. The wedding supper waa
served at the Henahaw after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson will reside In Benton
on South Weir avenue.
The business meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance union was held at
the home of Mrs. Munsell lest Friday after
noon, when the offlcera of the year were
elected, as follows: President. Mrs. W. K.
He.tch: vice president, Mrs, Stevens; treas
urer Mrs. Fawcett; aeeretary, Mrs. Bailey,
and repreaentatlvea of each church was
Mrs. C. 8. Wlllard and Mrs W. L. Mel
linger, a returned missionary from Mexico,
will be In Irvlngton the 24th of thla month.
Mrs. Melllnger will give a free entertain
ment at the Christian church the evenlna
of the 14th.
The Congregational Hunday school will
have their annual picnic Thursday, Aug
ust It j
The C. E. society of the Christian church
Will give a necktie social at the home of
Mra. B. A. Bates Thursday evening, Aug.
Miss Effle Swartson and -Meters Beatrice
and Oonevtev are sr-endlng a few days
wtin miaa tiara l-eteraon. . . ;
Mies' Maude IMunson and Mis lUscl
Swiuer spent Sunday afternoon with Mlas
Mly Amelia Haeeel spent Sunday with
Mis Mlnnl Dio.
Mr: Pnphtls HeiuMtl. a former resident of
thla place, left for western Nebraska last
A riunrber ot friends and schoolmate sur.
prised -Ralph Hall feuurday evening. '
Mies Clara Hendrlcksnn spent Sunday
afternoon at th Magee house, '
Mies Dollle Mage spent a few days the
paet week with her sister in Omaha.
Mrs. Clarke left laot week to make her
home with her slater In Iowa.
Mr. and Mra. Metslnger and family spent
Hunday with Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Keatx.
iMr. Metslnger spoke at th Christian
church laot Sunday morning.
The Christian Sunday school will give
their annual plcnlo at the home of Mra.
8. A. Bates Wednesday, August 17. .
Mr. and Mrs. Magee spent funday In
Mr. and Mr. D. C. Keats were visitors
at the Cernnhen home Tueedny afternoon.
Mra. Carnahan recently sprained her ankle
and Is scarcely abls to be around.
Henry Anderson, F. 8.' Tucker, Robert
Olmsted and William Buncan took an auto
trio throuKh the western part of the county
Tuesday in the ' interest-of the Douglas
county veterans' encampment wrucn win
be held In Florence next week.
Miss Mary Nlelds and her niece,' Miss
Helen Nields, are spending a oouple ot
weeks In Denver.
Misses Mable and Emma Anderson are
spending two weeks in Fremont, visiting
George Lemiey and George Guthrie were
Florence visitors last Sunday.
Mr. Grlswold of Ax tell. Neb., fathsr ot
Sandy Grlswold ot the World-Herald, spent
aunaay me guest of the rarKsiae. wir.
Uriswold Is years old and as spry as a
kitten and had many Interesting reminis
cences of the early days to tell.
Mrs. R. H. Olmsted and Miss Florence
Olmsted . left Monday evening for a two
weeks stay at Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Whiting and Mr.
Burt Ekllott of Whiting, la., were tne
guests of Mr. X. A. Fuller Tuesday. Mr.
Whiting is tns cashier oi the wanK ot
Whiting, while Mr. Elliott is a prominent
real estate dealer in that town. Iney came
over in their auto, returning the next day.
Mrs. T. W. MoClure was ths guest ot
Mrs. John Battin at the Omaha Field club
T. E. Price has started the erection of a
two-story brick building on Main 'street,
next to the Farmers State bank.
John Brlabln. president of ths Bank of
Florence, has left for an extended trip
through the west, and whUe he is away he
will devote some time to looking over his
extensive holdings ot California lands.
MIss'AUIe Houston was the gueat of Miss
Bondesson at dinner Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Allison are visiting
at Bay Clty Wis.
Miss. Francis Thomson Is ths guest ot
Miss Fern Nlohols at Si loam Springs, Wis.
Mrs. J. Weber. Jr.. Mrs. Victors and
Mrs. Harry Biisbtn and Mrs. F. B. Nich
ols were guests tt Lake Nakoma camp
Mia. W. H. Thomas and son. Leroy.
left last evening for Sioux Falls, S. D.,
where she win visit her sister, Mrs. K. w.
Jtmea Buttle, who haa been spending
his vacation of two weeks In the east.
returned from Chicago Monday.
The city council will hold Its regular
session at the city hall Monday evening
ana on Tuesday win sit as a board ot
equalisation on the assessing of taxes for
paving jaain street.-
Mrs. Carrie Dougherty and MrS.' Harry
Hemplng were married Wednesday even
ing at tne peoples cnurcn. Rev. cnaries
W. tiavldge officiating. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Ida M. Litten and
Mrs. J. P. Brown of Florence and Miss B.
Banghart of , Maquoketa, la. Mr. Hemp
lng recently removed to Florence when
he purchased the Bell drug store.
Mrs. W. A. Yoder entertained . Tuesday
In honor of her mother, Mrs. Sldner, who
is ner guest,. ror a lew oays. . .
Mark Savtdge, son of ' Rev. Charles W..
Savldge, will fill the pulpR of the Ponca
church ror tne balance or August ana part
of September. Mr. Savldge is a student at
the University of Chicago. His sermon last
Sunday was on- "Justice and Mercy."
Miss Winnie Connolly . of Tllden. ' Neb.'.'
arrived Saturday, to be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Thornton for some time.
In order to get the old Mormon cemetery
In a presentable condition for the visitors
to the encampment of. the veterans next
week a committee -consisting of F. 8.
Tucker, T. E. Price, Frank O. Caaeldy and
J. P. Brown circulated a petition and se
cured enough money to have the . work
properly done. The committee met with
such success that It Is thinking ot putting
an iron fence around the historic spot and
erecting a monument telling of its early
Emll Weber of Wayne. Neb., haa been In
Florence thla week, called by the Illness ot
his mother, Mrs. Jacob Weber.
William Hlmebaiurh of Council Bluffs
visited with Florence friends Wednesday.
Misses Esther and May Dugher, who tor
the. past two weeks have been visiting at
tneir oia noma in wiauer, no., reiucuea
Sunday evening. , ...
Mrs. Harlan of Beaver Crossing, Neb... Is
th guest of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Burton.
Mrs. Harlan will leave for Sulphur Springs
as soon as hef son, who Is now In the hos
pital. Is abls to Stand the trip.
Wlllam MoCune, J. P. Orubb and C. W.
Child of Benson visited with Florence
Mrs. E. L. Plats and sons, John and Ellis,
spent the' week In Lincoln, the guest of Mr.
Platx' mother, Mrs. J. H. Plats. They ar
expected home this evening.
J. J. Smith celebrated hi birthday Tues
day. Mr. Smith was born at Centervllle,
la., August 10, 1865.
Mrs, Armstrong and Miss Armstrong were
gueats of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Houston Sun
day. F. B. Nichols was the, gueat of his brother,
A. O. Nlohols, In Omaha Sunday.
Mr. David Andrews, who has been visit
ing his son at Des Moines for the last two
months, returned Sunday.
W. H. Thomas and son Roger have re
turned from a trip to Chicago and across
John Simpson visited In South Omaha
Newell Burton and Hugh Suttls were
Benson visitors Friday.
The Christian Endeavor society of Ponca
objure h will give a social at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Johanson Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps and family and Mr.
Floodman of Omaha were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Adams Sunday.
James 8nodderly left this week for a
short business trip to Iowa.
Mrs. Marl Anderson of Hanna, Wyo., la
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frits Keopke.
Mlas Maggie McLeod and her brother are
the guests ot Mr. and Mrs, T. J.. Adams.
A new gams of. hold up has been re
ported this week In Florence. North of
Florence the river road la In pretty Hood
shape for travel and many automobiles
travel it. About a mile north the road Is
very narrow, In fact It is almost Impnssl
ble for two teams to pass. Along this
stretch a couple of- young men have been
In the habit of driving about the time an
automobile came along and then refustog
to dsck up or get out or tne wav unless
they were paid a half dollar. Sevcial auto
drivers have been caught and dug up the
The Benson drill team and officers of She
Eagles cams over from Censon Wednesday
evening and put on the work for the local
order. It brought two big wagon loads
or paraphernalia and Introduced many new
stuns which were much appreciated.
J. J. Cole gave another of hla series of
boxing matches Saturday evening at the
The ladles' aid aoclety and the mission
ary society held a joint meeting at the
home of Mrs. Carl Feldhusen Wednesday.
A box social was given Saturday evening
st th residence of B. M. Coiner In honor
of A. B. Moor, national president of ths
M. B. "Potter Is painting his house.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wood ere,happy over
the arrival of a nine and one-half pound
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester 8. Dower are
going to spend tkelr honeymoon In Italy
and France. They expect to be back about
Mr. and Mra C. B. Chrlstenson were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Dlnkln Sun
Messrs. Albert and Oliver Falrboas Jo
Hipp and William Bena went up th river
about fourteen mile after flab last Sun
day and returned With fli pounds ot
Dr. Olfrord and family of Omaha were
the a-ueeta ot Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Adams
Mis Kattverlne Kaer and Mr. Cheater
Kaer were guests at the A I book horn
Mia Edith Hotmqulet entertained ft few
of her friends Friday evening.
Mr. John Dlnkena and Mr. William
Paulson were guexts of Misses Carrie and
Chrsuna Chrleteneon Sunday.
The committee havlig In charge th vet
erana' encampment In Florence the coming
week have let all the concessions to the
Brown Amusement company, who will put
on a street fair at the same time, owing to
i nirtietn street belns In the hands of th
paving contractors those driving out will
oe compelled to come oy the way or Twenty-fourth
atreet. The atreet car company
haa promised to put on a srylne that will
rare for all who doalre to attend from
Omaha. One of the side eventa that la
being advertised Is the pictures of ths
Jeffries-Johnson prlss fight.
Miss Bernloe Parks, Miss Laura Holtaman
and Mlas Olive Tracy were the guests of
Misses Alice and Elisabeth Plata, Friday.
John Lubold, T. W. McClurs and R. A.
Golding went to Tekamah the first of th
week In the Interest of th encampment ot
Charles Cathlll left Wednesday for Den
ver, to be gone a week or ten days.
Mrs. 1). Shandy waa the guest of her old
friend, Mra Sergeant. South Tenth street
on Thursday, who has been an invalid since
Miss Minnie Pratt waa the guest of her
grandparents. Rev. and Mra. R. M. Hen
derson, from Sunday until Monday.
Henry C. Powers of Florence, who was
the guest of his old friond, J. E. Tughe
lent week, was seriously' Injured, when his
horse rati away on hla way home, break
ing one of hla ribs and severely bruised
tils face and head. i -
Mr. and Mrs. John Blake war tha aiiMta
of their daughter, Mrs. B. Barnes and hus
band, at their home In Walnut Hill for
dinner on Friday evening.
Miss Marie Carsen of St. J often h arrived
on Sunday evening to spc-nd the reat of
August with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ola
Careen and other relatives.
Mrs. L. Ormshv and aon. Clvda Turner of
West Hide, were dinner auaata of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Stults on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Thed Smith are contem
plating allxlt to their old home in Indiana,
wnere a reunion or the ramlly and ail rela
tives Is to be held.
The Misses Lydla and Carrie Wilson are
spending their August vacation with rela
tives in south Dakota, and ar expected
Mrs. J. L. Arnold gave a most enjoyable
afternoon parly to a number of high school
girls at her home on South Forty-eighth
street last week.
Clem Campbell, vouneer brother of B. C.
Campbell, Is seriously 111 at his home In
North Oman with typhoid fever.
Mr. Jorgensen is building a fine new
home opposite Mr. Mock's, on South Fifty
fourth street. , .. .
Mlas Maude Craig has been the week's
end guest of her high school chum, Miss
Marguerite Weyerman South Twenty-sixth
Miss Jessie Hefler entertained her cousin.
Miss Cora Ream of Eckerman, at her home
here this week.
Mrs. Heater and children. Alta and Rex.
were the dinner gueats . of 'her slater on
Rees street on Friday. .
Mrs. Marshall of West Leavenworth
street, who accidentally Injured her foot by
stepping on a pitchfork. Is slowly recov
ering from her serious Injury.
Mrs. J. L. Arnold "and 'young niece.
Florence, left on Saturday for a ten days'
inp in tne east.
Charles J. Roberts, who left the first of
week ' .to attend the Notional Esperanto
convention at .Washington, D. C.,- expects
to be gone about ten days.
The social and reception tendered the
pastor, Rev. Ransom and wife at South
West church Friday night, was a most en
joyable affair and netted the pastor IL5
and many pound of groceries. - Besides
lemonade and cake was served by, the
Holy Family Low masses at $ to 10:30
m.t evening devotlona at 7:4k: confea
slons on Saturday from 4 to and from 7:U
St. Mary Magdalene's. Nlnsteenttt and
Dodge. Rev. , Bernard Sinn. Pastor Low
mass at Land 10:30; confeasions Saturday
: irom I to s ana irom 7 ta 111.
' St Fhllomena's, Tenth and William, Rev,
James W. Stenson, Pastor Low mass at $;
high mass at 10:30; benediction at 7:4;
confessions Saturday from 4 to and from
1:30 to 9:30. -
St. Wanceslaus' Bohemian, 1433 South
Fourteenth, Rev. J. Vranek, Pastor Low
mass at 3: high mass at 10: benediction
at 1:30; confessions Saturday from 4 to t
nauoig i:u:w, r ...
BL Patrick's, Fourteenth and Castellar,
Rev. John T. Smith. Pastor: Rev. Patrick
Moynlhan, Assistant Low mass at 7, and
iu:ou; Deneuiouon at :; concessions Satur
day from 4 to I and trom 1 to 9:30.
Immaculate Conception. Polish. Twenty
fourth and Bancroft. Rev. Wenoeslaua
Krxyckt, O. F. M., Pastor Low mass at
ana w.w; Deneaiction - alter last maas;
confessions Saturday from 3 to f and from
6:30 to 10. . . .
- Sacred Heart, Twenty-second and Bin
ney. Rev. P J. Judge, B. C. L., Pastor;
Rev, T. J. Manning, Assistant Low mass
at 7. 9 and 10:30; benedlotlon after last mass;
confessions Saturday from 3 to and from
7:30 to 9:30.
Bt Cecelia's Pro-Cathedral, Fortieth .and
Webster, Rev. D. P. Harrington, Pastor:
Rev. E. M. Glseson and Rev. J. O'Grady,
Assistants Low mass at 7, S, 9, 10 ana 11;
confeasions Saturday from 1:30 to t:30 and
trom 7 to 9:30.
St. Peters. Twenty-eight" and Leavsn
worth. Kv. P. A. MoGo-m. Pastors Her.
Stephen L. Dowd and Rev. P. V. Gannon,
Assistants Low mass at 1. . . 10 and U;
bsnsdictlon at 7:46; confessions Saturday
from 1 to 4 and from 7:90 to 9.
8U John's, Tuenty-flfth and California,
Rev. Martin M. firoi.sgeest, 8. J Pastor;
Rsv. Thomas C. MsKeough, S. J., Assist
ant Low mass at - 7- 9, 10 and 11; benedlo
tlon at 7:46; confessions Saturday from 3 to
t aud from 7 at to la
St. Joseph's German, Sixteenth and Cen
ter. Rev. Paclfloua Kohnen, O. W. M., .pas
tor! Rev.' Rembert Bandowskl, O, F. M.,
and Rev. Gratlanus Gehrig, O. F. M., As
sistantsLow mass at 6:30, I and 10:30;
benediction at 7:46; confessions Saturday
from to and from f:30 to In
Church of St Matthias, Tenth and Worth
ington. Rev. James Noble, Rector Services
on Sunday . until further notice at 7 30
and 10 .. m.
t. Andrew's, Forty-first, and Charles.
Rev. F. D. Tyner. Rector Hoiy commun
ion at t a. m.; Sunday school at :4i a. ra
holy communion and sermon at 11 a. m.
vening .prayer and. sermon at- 7:30. '
Trinity Cathedral, Eighteenth and Capitol
Avenue, Very Rev. G. A.-Beecher, Dean
Holy communion at I a. m.; Sunday school
at 9:46 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon
at U; venlng prayer and sermon at a
All Saints', Twenty-sixth and Dewey
Avenue, 'I'. J. Mackay, Rector Holy coin-n-union
at 7:4d a. in.; morning prayer and
sermon at 11 a. m.: ssrvloes will be brief
during warm weather. Sunday school at 9 46
Church of St. Philip the Deacon, North
Twenty-first near Paul, Rev. John Albert
Williams, Prlet-Mas, 7:30 a. m.j matins
10:30 a. m.; choial mass and sermon, u a!
m.; Sunday school and catechism, U o
choral eveusone- and sermon, 7:30 n. m'
Trinity. Corner Twenty-first and Blnney
f-reacniiig m moriiing Dy uie pastor.
Union meeting In the evening at United
Seward Street Church, Corner Twenty
second and Seward Streets, Frank A- High
Pastor Morning worahip at 10:30. The pas
tor will preach. Sunday school at 11:46. No
Oak Street Mission church and Bible
school at 3009 South Twentieth street Sun
day at J. Preaching at $ by Rev. T C
Webster. Midweek meeting Thursday'
evening at 8. at which further organisation
will be effected.
Walnut Hill, Forty-first and Charles Rev
E. E. Hosman, Paator Morning service at
10:30. Sermon by th pastor. Hunday school
at 12. Epworth league at 7. Evening serv
ice at , Sermon by Rev, William Gorst
district superintendent. ,
Hirst . Memorial, Thirty-fourth and
t.arttnore, Rev. William J. Brient, Pastor
Morning -service at 11. Sermon by the
pastor, "God's Method of Material Supply.''
Sunday school at noon. Epworth league at
T. Miss Nina Brady, Leader. Evening
service st 8. Sermon. "God's Challenge."
McCabe, Fortieth and Farnam, Rev. John
Grant hhlck, Pastor Sunday school at 10
Preaching by the pastor at 11. Combination
service at 3. Theme, "Ths Signs ot ths
Gospel Day." Rev. F. A. High of the
Seward Sueet church will b th principal
TOPICS UF THE DAY OF REST
Dr. Locke of Lot Angeles to Preach
at First Methodiit.
TENT MEETINGS A SUCCESS
thareli Organisation Will Reanll
from Work at Twentieth aa
Kim terete Rev. H. II.
Carry at Home.
Th rirst Methodist church will bave an
other noted clergyman Sunday for morning
and evening services. This will be Dr.
Charles Edward Locke, paator of the First
Methodist church of Los Angeles, said to
hav the largeat regular attendance of any
Protestant church In America.
Dr. Locke's early ministry waa spent In
th Weatern Reserve of Ohio and his first
ohurch waa In Pittsburg, at th Rmlthftslil
Street Methodist Episcopal churoh. In 139$
h became the pastor of th Flrat (Taylor
Street) Methodist ' Episcopal church ot
Portland. Or. Her he remained tor five,
year, and then followed pastorates In the
Csntral church, 8an Francisco; th Dela
ware Avenue churoh, Buffalo, and the
Hanson Place churoh In Brooklyn, N. T.
In th fall of 1908 he became the paator
of the Flrat Methodist Episcopal church
of Los Angeles, succeeding Bishop Mo
(ntlre. Dr. Locke has traveled extenalvely
and la the author of several books. His
book entitled "Freedom's Next War for
Humanity" is now In Its third edition.
Dr. Locke, - when pastor In Buffalo, con-.
ducted the funeral of th lat President
MoKlnley, the only service which Mrs.
McKlnley was able to attend.
On th first anniversary of the death of
Mr. McKlnley Dr. Lock was requested by
ths cltlsens of Buffalo to pronounce an
oration on McKlnley, which he did to the
thousands of people In the largest ball Inn
Rsv. EX E. Hosman of tha Walnut HIM
Methodist Episcopal church will speak
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock on "Th
Church and Men" at-th Young Man's
Th tent meetings at Twentieth and Elm
streets have been discontinued, but churoh
services will be held Sunday evening at
Oak Street Mission hall. The tent meet
ings have been so successful that a church
organisation Is being perfected. Preaching
service at 8; mid-week meeting Thursday
evening. Rev. T. C. Webster will preach.
Sunday school at a
Rev. E. R. Ourry, pastor of the Calvary
Baptat church, has returned home after a
vacation trip to Canada and Michigan
and occupy, his pulpit Sunday morning
Swedish Evangellstlo tent meetings.
Thirty-third and California, subjects as fol
lows: Sunday evening. Aug. 14, "The second
angel's ..message; Babylon (churches) is
fallen. Is fallen." Tuesday evening, "The
third angel's message. The last great
warning to the world against the worship
of -the beast and receiving his mark th
the forehead or In ths hand." Here Is the'
patience of the saints, here are they that
keep the commandments of God and the
faith ot Jesus." ' Wednesday evening,
"Take up thy cross and follow me."
Thursday evening, "Life only In Christ."
Friday evening, "The New Testament doc
trine concerning baptism by water." Fred
Johnson, evangelist. '
Rev. Wilson Mills, state secretary ot the
Home Missionary society, . will occupy the.
pulpit at the First Baptist ohurch, Twenty '
ninth avenue and Harney streets. ' Serviced '
at 10:30 a.' m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Prayer and business meeting Wednesday
8:00 p. ra. Delegates , will be elected to at
tend tha Omaha Baptist association at
Blair, Neb., Auguat 10-September L i
Calvary .- Branch, Thirty-fourth and
Seward Sunday school at 8:30.
Benaon At U a. m. Mr: Byron K. Eaton
will speak on "Christian Opportunity."
German, Twenty-fourth and Blnney
Preaching by Rev. A. . Janxen at 11 and
7:45. Subjects, "Tha Human Heart" and
"The Great Invitation."
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Pinkney, i
Rev. J. Soott Ebersole; Pastor During the
heated aeaaon the Sunday school meets at
9:46. Sermon theme at 11, ''What Is Sun- '
day For7" at 7 p. in., "Why I Believe tho
Calvary, Twenty-fifth and Hamilton,
Rev. E. R. Curry, Pastor Sermon theme si
10.30, "Beggars Dependents-," at 8 p. m-,
"The Worth of a Man." Bible school at
noon. Young People's service at T. Mid
week devotional service Wednesday at 8.
First, Twenty-sixth and Harney, Rev.
J. N. Kensey, Pastor Sunday school at
9:30. Christian service at 10:30; young peo
ple's meeting at 7. Thomas. M. Matters,
speaker of the morning.
North Side, Rev. H J. Kirschsteln, Min
isterMeets In Plymouth Congregational;.
Twentieth and Spenoer. Bible - school at
9:30: morning- worship and 'communion at -10:30;
Christian Endeavor at 1:46; evening
service at 8.
First, Twenty-fifth and Farnam, Cham
bera Building Sunday school at 9:46; Bun-
day services at 11. Subject of lesson ear- . -mqn,
Second, Nineteenth and Farnam, Lyrlo
Theater Sunday school at 9:46; servtoa U
Ui subject lesson sermon, "Soul." .
First, Nineteenth ' and Davenport, Rev.
Frederick T. Rouse. Pastor Sermon atl0:.J
by Rev. Jacob Flook. Christian Endeavor '
at 7, when Miss Nellie Magee, city mis- '"
slonary, will speak. , ...
Lnthernn. " " '"
St. Mark's English, Twentieth and Bur
dette, L. Groh, Pastor Theme at 10 46
"Conscience Convicts of Sin to- Condemn
The Holy Ghost to Salvation;" at 8 p. m
"An Old Testament Character." Sunday
school at noon. '
.G,l:f'im-lI2 Houth Twenty-sixth, M. L.'' J'
Mellck, Pastor Rev. Luther M. Kuhns will '
preaoh at 10:16. Sunday school at 12 16.
Player meeting Wednesday night.
Churoh of th Covenant, Twenty-seven!i ' :
and Pratt. Rev. R. T. Belt V. D.. Pnetor
Services at 10:30 and 8.
First, Seventeenth and Dodge Morning
service, 10:30. Preaching by Rev. Frank ll
Johnson-of Kansas City. Mo.
Central United. Twenty-fourth and Dodge'
Morning service, 10:0. Rev. W. M. Jack--son
will preach. Sunday school at noon.
No evening service.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grand.''
Thomas B. Greenlee, Mlnlater Sunday .
school at 9:4S. Ths sacrament of ths Lord
supper at 11. Christian Endeavor at 7. Mid
week service, Wednesday at 6.
Lowe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas, Rev. ,
Nathaniel Glffln, D. D pastor. Rev J. -M.
Leldy will preach at 11. No evening serv
Ice. Sunday school at 10. Y. P. S. C. B. at
:46. Wednesday evening meeting at $.
Castellar Street, Sixteenth and Castullar,
Ralph H. Housnian, nilnlHter. 10:30, morn
ing worship and sermon. Rev. C. A- Arneld
of Kansas City preaching; 13 noon, Bible,
school, Henry Klesar. superintendent; 7,
young people's meeting; Wednesday, 7:46,
Third Church, Twentieth and Leaven-worth-9:S0
a. m.. Sabbath school w1til;
classes for all ages. 10:46, publlo worship
and sermon by S. W. Stookey LL. D., pres
ident of Hellwvue college. 8 P. m., evening'
worahip and address by E, F. Dsn nlaon -of t
the Y. M. C. A. Theme, "The Churoh'g
Responsibility to the Community."
People's. 616 North Eighteenth. Rev. 1
Charles W. Savldge, Paator Morning, ,
"Going Down to Egypt for Help; evening,'
"Taking What Ood Has Promised." ) '
First Reformed. South Twenty-third and
Central Boulevard Rev. F. 8. Zaugg, pastor, .
resumes charge of the services after a long .
vacation In tha east. Sunday school at 9 uZ ..
Preaching services at U and a Christian
Endeavor at f.
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