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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY '21 1011.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
; Ma Eddy of Omaha it Installed in
V VUIAU ATiUCI VUi VII ICC
EOBEETS REPORTS TRIENNIAL
A Aetlrlttes a
Aetlrlttes t the YirltM t,4(n at
Osaaaa Miir gorlal Fiartloni
Fla4 for This Wtrk'i
Mn. Lillian P. F.ddy of Omaha wu
Installed aa president of the state organ
isation of the. Womm'i Relief corps at
Reamer Friday. Tha Installation exer
ciser were conducted by Mra. Mary R,
Morgan of Alma.
Buelah C. Davis of Omaha was elected
a member of the board of executives.
laflepeadeat Order at Odd Fellows.
Omaha Idge No. J, Iannebrog Ixxlge
No. fit and Dannebrog Lodge No. 301 will
1 have election of officers this week. The
remainder of the Omaha Odd Fellow lodges
will hold elections the following week. ,
Omaha Led re No. 2 will have two can
didates, for the third degree next Friday
Triangle Encampment No. 70 will have a
class Of eight candidates for the Golden
Hula degree next Tuesday night.
Beacon Lodge No. 20 will have six candb
. , dates for the third degree on Tuesday
. The. Odd Fellows of South Dakota dedl-
cated a $75,000 home last Wednesday, free
of debt. The home is located at Dell Rap
Ids, and (.000 Odd Fellows took part in
.. the exercises. The grand lodge and grand
, encampment seselons were held In Sioux
Falls laat week.
South Omaha Lodge No. 14 will finish
'a class of candidates In the third degree
Hesperian Encampment No. 2 la prepar
. tlhg to put on all three of the encampment
degrees for a large class of candidate
during the month of June.
Dannebrog Lodge No. 21 will have work
In the third degree next Friday night
, Mr. Alice McLeland. who waa so badly
burned In the fire that destroyed her home
"" last March Is able to again visit with the
' Benson Lodge No. 221 will confer the
third degree upon a couple of candidates
''- tomorrow night.
"' Ruth Rebekah Lodge No. 1 will have five
candidates for degree work next Saturday
' I night. It will also have election of officers.
' I- V. Cole, secretary of the Odd Fellows
4 General Relief committee, was confined to
his home for several days last week with
- an attack of tonsllitls.
' ' Ruth Rebekah Lodge No. 33 will have de
- -gree work and election of officers next
. Thursday night
Tha third card party and danoe In the
series given by Union lodge. No. U0, will
' be held next Thursday evening at Barlght's
yriill. Nineteenth and Farnam streets. There
1 will half a dozen prizes, some of them of
y hand-painted china, and refreshments will
be eryed:at the close- of the garnos. Dario
". ing will complete the evening's entertain
ment The committee having tha parties
In hand are Mr., and Mrs. fillncerland. Mrs.
'' Mary 3. WaJl nd Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
.Smart. .Tha regular semi-annual election
! of officers for Union lodge will occur one
week "later;, on 'June 1. Refreshments will
be served, that evening also.. .
r Omaha' .lodge. No 1,. will entertain the
Foresters' 'degree team and . Buffalo club
rf the Modern Woodmen of America camp
fNo. t45 on next Tuesday night. May 23. An
. entertaining program Is promised. Mem-
rbers of No. 1 please take notice. Refresh
jitnentna. l' Knights of the Maccabees.
Omaha tent. No. 75, Knights of the Mac
cabees, had another large Attendance at
review last Friday evening. Several appli
cations were read and the degree team ex-
Nejjmpllf1ed the work In an able manner,
when several candidates were shown the
safer route, after which the Lady Macca
, bee of Oate City hive surprised the mem
1 j, berg by serving ice .cream and cake, and to
'"k.y the boys were pleased Is putting It
; mildly, Well, ladles, we are always glad
to have you .visit with us, so come aga n,
and 'don't (ail to attend the dance next
v Friday evening. May 28, mhlch will be
given by the Sir Knights.
Praleraal laloa af America.
'i,-y Banner lodge. No. 11, Fraternal Union of
'V America, will , hold Its memorial services
Thursday evening at Modern Woodmen of
1 n..rli. V. .1 1 lrlftnth mrtA tWiilfflm
Members and their friends, also
vea of the deceased, are requested to
All members of the Fraternal
,X fnion of America are cordially Invited.
;;The lodge held Its regular meeting, with
" a large attendance, and a number of new
applications were read.
Tribe of Ufa Har.
f. Mecca court. No. IS. Tribe of Ben Hur,
had a very interesting meeting Thursday
enlng and initiated a large class of can-'
dldatee. . Twenty new applications were
read. There will be no meeting next
Thursday evening at the hall. Ther will
a lawn social at Pr. Magannll's, Instead
at Twenty-fourrh ' and Harney streets,
for the members and thetr friends.
Madera Woodntea of Amerlrn.
) The drill team- of U lt-A camp No. 4S
--o(t practicing Industriously preparatory to
itstlng part in the competitive drills to be
.,,beld In connection wun tne meeting oi
No youujr woman, In the joy of
coming motherhood, tsuouM neglect
to prepare her gystem for the phys
ical ordeal she- is. to undergo. The
health of both the and her coming
child depends largely ujxm the care
the bestows upon herself hmn? the
waiting months. Mother's -Friend
prepares the expectant mother's sys
tem for the coming event, and its use
makes her comfortable during all the
. term. It works with and for nature,
' and by gradually expanding all tis
sues, muscles and tendons, involved,
.and keeping the breasts in good con
"dition, brings the woman to the crisis
in BDlendid dhvsical condition. The
baby too is more apt to be perfect and
strong where the mother has thus
prepared herself for nature's supreme
function. No better advice could be
' gives a young expectant mother than
. that she use Mother's Friend ; it is a
' medicine that has proven its value ia
' Friend Is sold at Mothers
; Write for free
i ook for expect.
vant mothers which contains much
' valuable information, and many sug-
.uiIaki if a helnful nature.
V . ; juorgLO ucuutqm ca. Ad, c.
PRESIDENT OF STATE WOMAN'S
t .V ':'
MRS. UKOROE B. KDDY.
the head camp at Buffalo, N. Y., the third
week In June. Captain E. B. Ferris Is in
command and the team Is showing a pro
ftclcncy that It-ails the mrmbers of the
camp to hope it will come back from the
hlg national meet with some of the prizes
safely stowed away to its credit.
Clansmen of America.
Lodge No. 1, at Its meeting next Friday
night, will Initiate a class of about sixty.
Sides have been chosen and much activity
la being displayed by the captain of each,
as the defeated side Is to pay the expense
of refreshments to be served after the
Initiation. AJ1 members are requested to
be present, as a social success is assured.
and the degree team will pat on the work
Independent Order of Foresters.
Nathan Roberts reports that the triennial
session of the supreme court. Independent
Order of Foresters, held at Toronto early
in this menth, was more successful thin
any that has preceded it. Mr. Roberts
represented the Nebraska Jurisdiction at
the meeting. In speaking of the order on
his return from Toronto Mr. Robert says:
"Starting In lm under the able leader
ship of Dr. Oronhyatekh, it has steadily
advanced as a fraternal Insurance organiza
tion. The result of the policy adopted at
that time haa been Justified, and today the
Independent Order of Foresters occupies a
position by Itself among the fraternal or
ganizations of the world. While its mem
bership Is not the largest, bglng only 240,
M, Its surplus over 117,000.000. exceeds by
many millions any other order In existence
in the world and is growing by a sum In
excess of !2 ' '.Ono per annum.
"The Orphan a Home .at Oakvllle, On
tario, contains upwards of fifty boys and
girls who are prepared In the most prac
tical manner for the battle of life. Within
the last year they , have turned out five
graduatea who are now earning their own
living. In addition to this the order I
caring for BOO fatherless children under the
care of the mother. In this manner leaving
the family Intact and the home unbroken.
The tuberculosis sanitarium at Rainbow
lake, in the heart ofhe Adirondacks, is
proving a great success, . many patients
have been sent home cured and again able
to take up the support of those dependent
upon them. Tie success of thla feature of
the work is such that other suitable sites
have been purcbaned In different parts of
the country and are aa rapidly as possible
gotten ready for patients who are members
of the order." (
A May party for Thursday evening Is
announced to ha given by Omaha Council
No. .".? of the Knights of Columbua. The
party will be given at Chambers.
rLaurel Hive No. 19 of the Knights of
the Maccabees will give a May ball at
Barlght's hall, Nineteenth and Farnam
streets. May art. A handsome quilt will be
Woodman Circle. Blwood camp No. 85,
Benson, will give a card party Tuesday
afternoon, May 23, In Odd Fellows' hall.
All members and friends Invited. Prizes
will be given and refreshments served free.
Union Pacific coubt-11 No. 119 Royal Ar
canum will glve'a. gJod fellowship smoker
at the Metropolitan club Tuesday evening,
when cards will he played and refresh
ment! will be served.
WHAT A PRINTER'S ERROR COST
Author of a Book of Medicine Al-
lowed a Wrong; Form a la
A cabinetmaker, coming home' drunk and
realizing his own condition, asked hia wife
to send to the neartat di-usglst for tome-
miner io !) r mm. mis wile consulted a
book which she had. the "Medecin du Peu-
ple," and found a formula calling fur 100
grams of water, fifteen grams of pepper
mint water and fifteen grama of ammonia
water, to be taken in two or three doses.
This fhe carefully copied and sent to the
druggist. The cabinetmaker took the
potion and died. The book in question.
written by IJr. Ueorgea Migot, under the
pauudunym of "Ir. Pavauii." was first
published at Ghent and republished at
Parts. In tlie reprint a serious error crept
Into the formula copied by the cabinet
maker's wife. The amount of ammonia
waa given as fifteen grams Instead of fif
teen diops. I'r. MIkoI and the pharmacist
were both prosecuted for manslaughter,
the one for not having verified hia form
ulas and the other for delivering a remudy
ulthout a prescription and without ful
filling the conditions demanded by law.
The cabinetmaker s widow, us civil party
to the tuit, (It man. led for hei self and her
two children Jt tXw Uamus''". Dr. Mluot
was condemned to three munths in prison
and the pharmacist to one month. The
widow waa awarded damages of and
an annual payment of for herself and
1W a year for eurli of her two children
until- they hall be It years old. Two
thirds of this pecuniary recompense ia to
be at the charge of the author of the
book in question and one-third Is to be
charged to the pharmacist. Journal Amer
ican Medical Association.
Ko nu.iiv generous men haven't anything
to fcive away.
-o tnaiiv pevpm comena mat n iney
diftn't t e it fust It Nn t.
One wh to make rili-ii.n lor your enemy
Is " abuse him pet stent'y.
Another ir tn be n go'd neighbor Is
to Invest in a Kepladder and keep your
lawn mower el ap. .
About tl.e oni ihint; to be said In favor
of aibitnai v po u. U that the dear de
parted diiwa t read It.
You can generally tell by the way a man
weai'fc a uniform wlutner lie i used to
tfcat kind of clothes or not.
Count Mc-tlowan ras that crving babies
in a theater are llko :od raoiution -tliey
ahoulil be carried out.
A itarf.il woman has her own way so
n.coh that ahe must have to study occa
sionally to think of aomething to cry
V hile women bae ball pitchers are rare
and don't amount to much, plenty of
women are able to make c u:ea pay.
TOPICS FOR THE DAY OF REST
New Church of St Patrick to Be Dedi
. cated Sunday.
GIDEONS IN INN AND CHURCH
Ora-aalsed Christian Travelers Will
March la Parade, ntstrlaate
Bibles la Hotels and Wor
ship In (hires.
Sunday Is the day set .aside by the Old
eons, the organized Christian traveling
men, all over the country for the distribu
tion of Blblesj In the afternoon they will
distribute In the rooms of the principal
Omaha hotels over 1.400 Bibles.'
It Is planned to have the biggest turnout
of men for Bible parade that any city has
ever had. The march will start from the
Young Men's Christian association building
after a apeclal gospel service.
The handsome new church of St. Patrick
at Fourteenth anil Castellar streets wilt be
dedicated Sunday with appropriate ser
vices. The ceremony of dedication will
commence at 10:90 o'clock In the morning.
Bishop Peannel will ttettrer the address of
Following out the Men's club plan of spe
cial music t the evening services of the,
First Presbyterian church. Seventeenth and
Dodge streets, the following program will
be presented Sunday evening:
Quartet Sweet Is Thy Mercy Barnaby
Mr. Addison' Mould, bass; Mr.
Oeurge Johnston, tenor.
Duet Crlclfix Stalner
Contralto Solo The Pay Is Ended. .Bartlett
Mrs J. W. Gamble.
Duet O Morning Land Fhelps
Miss Gladys Chandler, soprano;
Miss Alice Chandler, alto.
At the morning service the special music
will consist of a quartet selection, "Still,
Still With Thee." by Foote. and a
contralto solo. "He Was Pesplsed," from
Handel's Messiah, by Mrs. Verne Miller.
So much success from the viewpoint of
attendance has marked the services so far
this month that the Men's club has ar
ranged for another special musical pro
gram to be given next Sunday evening.
May 28. Mr. Leon Weltman, whose violin
and cello selections were a feature of a
former service, haa been secured for that
evening to give a cello solo. Miss Basler
Sending a special train over the Burling
ton to the National Baraca-Phllathea con
vention at Kansas City, June 10-15. Is a
part of the plans being worked out by the
Trt-Clty Baraca union. The special Is to
carry seventy-five or more delegates to the
convention, which promisee to be the
greatest gathering of young men and
women interested in Bible class work ever
Each Baraca and Phllathea class of the
Trl-City Baraca union will send from one
to twelve delegates. The delegates will
leave Omaha on the Baraca special Satur
day morning, June 10, arriving in Kansas
City between t and 6 in the afternoon.
The National Baraca track meet sched
uled for Monday ff'rnon, June 12, will
Include several entiles sent in by local
Baraca athletes who will strive for na
tional honors In the Baraca contests.
A retreat Is being conducted this week
at SL Cecelia's pro-cathedral by Rev..
Thomas Livingstone, S. J., of Detroit. The
retreat is given under theauspices of the
Married Ladles' and Young Ladles' sodal
ities. The crowded church In the early
morning and again In tha evening . suffi
ciently shows the Interest which the women
are taking in the retreat This interest is
not confined to the sodality members. The
other women of the parish are also seising
thla favorable opportunity for spiritual bet
terment and the retreat will no doubt at
tract many of them to enroll themselves'
In the sodalities. They will have an oppor
tunity of doing so on Sunday evening at
tha closing of the retreat. The director
will, on that occasion, receive new mem
bers into both sodalities. At the close, too,
will take place the crowning of the statue
of the Blessed Virgin. This ceremony, ac
companied by the children's procession, will
make the closing of the retreat very im
pressive. In the morning at the Pearl Memorial
church A. R.' Wright of St. Joseph, Mo.,
will speak and Mra. Wright will sing. At
the Trinity Methodist church, also In the
morning, J. C. O'Halr, national aecretary
of the. body, is to deliver an address. In
the evening a mass meeting is called at the
Iramanuel Baptist church.
Rev. Alexander Jenkins, D. D., pastor
of the St. Mary's Avenue Congregational
church will exchange pulpits on Sunday
morning with Rev. E. R. Curry of the
Calvary Baptist' church.
Olivet, Grand Avenue and Thirty-eighth,
Rev. George MacDougall, Pastor Serv
icea at 11 and s. Sunday school at 10.
Olivet Grove Sunday school at a Young
People's meeting at 7. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening; topics for the day,
"I Will Build My Church" and "Be Stead
First Church, Twenty-ninth and Harney,
Rev. John Matthews, Pastor Morning
service at 10:30. Organ recital at 10:15.
Sunday school at noon. Young People's
meeting at 6:50. Evening services at 7:30.
Organ recital at 7:16.
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Pinkney,
Alumni of the
Organizing Old Students
Locating and organizing many
hundreds of widely scattered persons
of all ages into one active and com
pact association la a lengthy and
-difficult undertaking. But such has
been willingly begun and alreadj
partially accomplished by President
Samuel W. Reynolds, "fl. and his
associates of the Omaha High School
Beginning with the class of
which began the reconstruction of
the assoclstlon. renewed Interest In
the affairs of the High achool. both
undergraduate and alumni has been
aroused among the former stu
dent of the school. Where
originally the fact of former attend
ance there was unnoticed and al
most forgotten In the cafces of many
older citizens, It is now made the
cause of congratulation and pride.
Since the old spirit of fellowship has
been aroused among the alumni,
many of the early students, and
graduates of the school have Joined
with the younger alumni to perfect
the reorganization of the associa
tion. .As the result of the efforts of Mr.
Reynolds and Ma ass.Miatea, almost
complete lists of the early classes of the school have been secured and
the active co-operation of formerly disinterested graduate has been enlisted to
complete the reorganization. Records of the association lost In 1SU5 are now be
ing sought and It is expected that Information concerning them will soon be
The annual reunion and business meeting of the aoi-lauon will be held at
the Field club. Monday evening. June 1 Beside President Reynolds, the follow
ing are officers: Miss Gertrude Whi'e. '02. vice president; MifS M.Utle Illlsa,
'06, secretary; Otto J. Bauman. 'o, treasurer.
Rev. 3. P Kbersole. Tastor-Pervlceg at 11
end X. Hihle school st . Young Peo
ple's meeting at 7. Rv. Wilson MHlg.
1. !., will preach In the morning. The
Gideons' association will have charge of
the evening service. All are Invited.
Calvary Church, Twenty-fifth and Ham
ilton. Bev. K. R. Curry, rastor-Services
at 10 30 and 8. The morning service will be
conducted by Hev. Alexander Jenkins,
I. !., rtor of St. Mary's Avenue Con
gregational church, in exchange with the
pastor. In 'the evening the psxtor will
preach on "Building Life With What We
Have." Bible school at 12. Young Peo
ple's meeting at 7.30. Devotional service
Wednesday at 8.
Calvary Branch. Thirty-fourth and
Seward Bible school Sunday at 1.30.
First. Twenty-sixth and Hsrnev. J. M
Kersey, Pastor Pree.rhlng at 10:,1 and 8.
Bible school at noon. Young people's meet
ing at :4o. Piayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 8.
First Church. Twenty-fifth and Farnam,
Chambers building Sunday school at 9:45
Sunday services at 11 and 8. Subject of
lesson-sermon, "Soul and Body."
Second Church, Lyric Theater, Nine
teenth and Farnam Sunday service at 11.
Sunday school at v 45. Subject of lesson
sermon, "Soul and Body."
Parkvale. Thirtieth and Gold Sunday
school at 10; K. C. Wilbur, superintendent.
Christian K.ndeavor at 7. Evening worship
at 8. Special music. Sermon by Kev. J. P.
Hillside, Thirtieth and Ohio. W. 8. Hamp
ton. Pastor Morning worship at Hi:3n;
Theme "Great and Treclous Promises."
Sunday school, li m ; Junior Kndeavor. 3
p. m. Young Peoples' Society Christian
Lndeavor. 7 p. m.; evening service. 8 p. m.
Plymouth. Twentieth and Spencer. John
P. Clyde. Minister Morning worship at
10:30; theme, 'Modern Heroics." Speclai
music hy quartet. Sunday school at noon.
Christian Endeavor at 7. Kvenlng worship,
in charge of North Sise Christian church,
First, Nineteenth and Davenport, Fred
erick T. Rouse, Pastor Morning worship
at 10:30; sublect. "Ye Shall Know the Truth
and the Truth Shall Make You Free."
Kvenlng worship at 8; subject. "Work and
Play." Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor at 7.
St. Mary's Avenue, Twenty-sixth end SL
Mary's avenue, James Alexander Jenkins,
D. D., Pastor Morning worship at 10:30 a.
m. ; sermon by Kev. E, H. Curry, D. I).,
Calvary Baptist church. Evening worship
at 8 o'clock; preaching by the pastor; or
gan recital at 7 o p. m.
All Paints', Twenty-sixth and Dewey,
Rev. T. J. Mackav, Rector Holy com
munion at 7:30. Morning prayer and ser
mon at U. Subject of sermon, "The Pass
ing of the American."
Church of St. Philip the Deacon, Twenty
first and Paul, Rev. John Albert Williams,
Pastor Holy communion, 7:30 a. m. Mat
Ins and sermon, 11 a. m.; Humlny school
and catechism, 12:30; evening and sermon,
St. Btephen's Mission, Twenty-fourth and
Ames avenue. Services held In Saratoga
hall. Rev. W. H. Rayley, Priest In charge,
C. H. Tyner, lAy Reader In charge. Sunday
achool at 10 a. m. , morning prayer at 11.
St. John's Twenty-sixth and Franklin,
Rev. W. H. Bayley, Pastor Holy com
munion, 7:30 a. m. ; Sunday school and
Bible class, 10. a. m ; Matins and sermon,
11 a. m. ; evening and sermon. 7:45 p. m.
Kountze Memorial, Rev. J. E. Hummon,
Pastor Regular services, 11 a. m. 8 p. m.j
Sunday school, S 50 and Young People's
meeting at 7 p. m.
St. Paul's. Twenty-eighth and Parker,
Rev. E T. Otto, Pastor Services at 10 and
7:46. Sunday school In English at 11:30.
Confirmation of German and English
classes on May 28 at 10 o'clock.
St. Mark's, Twentieth and Burdette, L.
Groh, Pastor "True Prayer Always An
swered at II. "Do You Want Profit? In
vest In Godliness. "That a Profitable in
All," at 8. Sunday school at :45. Chris
tian Endeavor at 7:15.
Trinity, Corner Nineteenth and Castellar,
Rev. G. W. Snyder, Pastor Services at
10:46 a. m, and 8 p. m. Morning subject,
"Ascended and Satisfied." Evening sub
ject. "The Place for Good Things and the
Convincing Word." Sunday school at 12
m., k. li. Cook, superintendent. young
People's meeting at 7:15 p. m. Subject,
"Helping the Young."
Grace. 1328 South Twenty-sixth. Rev. M.
L. Mellck, Pastor Sunday school at 8:45.
Church services at 11 and 8. Sublect of
morning sermon, "Prayer in the Name of
Jesus.' -in the evening "Gideon day win
be observed with appropriate services at
me cnurcn hour. L,uther league at i; topic,
"How to Help Those Who Are Younger."
Prayer meeting Wednesday night. ClaaS
in Bible .history on Friday at 4.
The North Danish, North Twenty-fifth
and Decatur. R. P. Petersen,- Pastor Sun
day school, :4o a, m., led by S. U. Daniel
sen. Services, 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. Preach
ing by the pastor. Young People's meet
ing, 7 p. m.
Diets Memorial, Tenth and Pierce,
J. Franklin Haas, Pastor Morning sermon,
10:30; theme, "The Chivalrous Jusus." Even
ing sermon at 8; subject. " hy Be a Chris
tlan'" Sunday scnooi Ht 11 Epworth
league at 7 p. m. Speclai music.
Seward Street, Twenty-second and Sew
ard, William Boyera. Pastor Public wor-
"Spiritual Housecleanlng." Sunday school
at 11:46 a. ni. Epworth League at 7 p. m.
Songtlde and sermon at 8 p. ni.; subject,
God s Coaling Stations.
Trinity, Twenty-first and Binney, G.
W. Abbott, Pastor In the morning the
national secretary of the Gideons will
speak. Mr. J. C. O'Halr is an orator of
national reputation. Be sure and hear him.
In the evening the pastor will preach; suo
Ject, "God a Ideal of Character."
HanBeom Park, Twenty-ninth and Wool.
Worth, Rev. E. B. Crawford, Pastor-
Morning service. 10.30. The annual thank
offering service of the Woman's Foreign
Missionary society will be held. The pastor
will give the address. Evening service,
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vvainui urn, rony-urai ana unariea,
E. E. Hosman, Pastor Morning wor
ship at 10:30, theme. "Love the Supreme
Test of Christian Character." Sunday
school at 12. George 1. Lfndley, superln
tendent. Epworth League at 7 p. m., Rob
ert M. Evans, president. Evening wor
ship at 8; theme, "Jonah's Prayer.
First. Twentieth and Davenport. Rev.
Frank Lynch, D. D., Pastor At 11 o'clock
a. in., public worship and sermon; theme
"Inglorious Fate of a Life of Ease." At
7:45 p. ni., the fifth sermon of the series
on Great Reforms will he preached by
the pastor; theme, "Wesley." Speclai music
by the vested choir under direction of Mr,
SAML'EL W. REYNOLDS.
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Thomas J. Kelly. Sunday school at 9:45 a.
m. Epworth L,eague at 0:40 p. m.
Pearl Memorial. Twenty-fourth and Ijirl-
more, Carl G. Bader. Pastor Class meeting
at 10 a. tn. Morning worship at iu:4o. Sun
day school at noon. Epworth League at
7 p. m. Evening worship at 8. Mr. A. R.
Wright, superintendent of the Union Goa
oel Mission of St. Joseph. Mo., will occupy
the pulpit at morning service. Mrs. Wright
will sing. The pastor will preach at the
evening service; topic, laste ana Char
acter." McCabe. Fortieth and Farnam, Rev.
John Grant Shlck, Pastor Sunday school
at 10 a. m.' I). O. Curry, superintend
ent. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. ni.
and 8 p. m. Themes: Morning, "L'nto
Each According to His Measure;" evening.
"Ufe's Noblest Purpose." In connection
with the evening service District President
John Lewis will install the newly elected
officers of the Epworth League. He will
also lead the regular devotional meeting of
the league at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting on
Wednesday night at 8 p. m.
Harford Memorial, Nineteenth' and Lo
throp. M. O. McLaughlin, Pastorl0:30 a.
m., "World Peace;' 8 p. m., "World Free
dom." First United, Twenty-first and Emmet,
A. C. Douglass. Pastor 10:30 a. m. topic,
"Men and the Church;" 8 p. m., "Without
Excuse." Sabbath school at noon. Young
people's meeting at 7 p. m.
First, Seventeenth and Dodge, Edwin
Hart Jenks, D. D., Pastor Morning serv
ice, 10:30. Evening service, subject, "God's
Pleasure With the World.'' Sunday school
at noon. Endeavor meeting, 6:46 p. m.
Lowe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas.
Rev. Nathaniel McGlffln. D. D., Pastor
Morning service at 10:30. Sermon tn parents
and children. Sabbath school at 12. Chris
tian Endeavor at 7. Evening service at 8
o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grant.
Thomas B. Greenlee, Pastor Publlo wor
ship, 10:30 a. m. Theme: "Training In
Self -Control." Sunday school, 12 m. Chris
tian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Public worship,
8 p. in. Midweek service .Wednesday,
8 p. m.
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth, F. P.
Ramsay, Pastor 9:30 a. m.. Sunday school
and pastor's arts It class; 10:45 a. m., wor
ship with sermon, "The Parable of the
Tower:" 8 u. m.. worship with sermon.
"The Sixth Commandment. " Seats free. All
Dundee, Fiftieth and I'nderwood, Grant
E. Fisher, Minister Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. Morning service, 11 a. m., "The
Great Calm." Evening service. 7:30 p. m.,
"How We Got the Authorized Version of
the English Bible." Christian Endeavor
at 6:30 p. m.
North, Ninteenth and Ohio, M.V. Hig
bee, D. D., Pastor Public worship at 10:30
and 8. Themes, "Seeing Greater Things
and Suffering Loss, But Being Saved." Sab
bath school at 12 m. Christian Endeavor
at 8. Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wednes
Castellar Street, Sixteenth and Castellar.
Rev. Ralph H. Houseman. Minister Public
service st 10:30 a. m., topic, "New Nature;
New Life." At 13 o'clock noon, bible
school; 6:45 'p. m.. young people's meeting;
7:45 p. m., "Religious Compromises"; Thurs
day afternoon, women's missionary so
ciety, with Mrs. C. L. Leypoldt, l!Xnl Elm
Westminster, Twenty-ninth and Mason,
Rev. Thomas H. McConnell, Pastor At
10:30 a. ni., service of worship with sermon
on "Some Essentials to Making Good In
ihe Life of Today"; 12 noon. -Mubhath
school and Bible classes; 3:30 p. m . West
minster chapel Sunday school; 7.30 p. m.,
Bervlce and praise sermon on "Refreshing
Fountains." Speclnl song service.
Central L'nited. Twenty-fourth and Dodge.
Rev. Hugh B. Speer, Pastor 10:30 a. ni.,
worship and sermon. "Our Watchword.'
Sabbath school at R. Prof. K. K. McTrul
lan. superintendent. Subject. "The Hong
of the Vineyard." Young Peoples' fievo
tlonal service at 7 p. m. Subject. "Growing
Into a Larger Work." Leader, Miss Bessie
McDonald. Evening worship at 8. Address,
"The GoBpel Preucher."
M lacella neons.
International Bible Students' Association,
Barlght Hall, Nineteenth and Farnam
Sunday at S o'clock. Subject: "The Three
Ways." Speaker, Alfred Riemer.
Oak Street Chapel, Twentieth and Oak
Bible school at 3 o'clock; adult clasFes and
other classes for "all. Preaching In the
evening at 8 p. in -"Midweek meeting
Thursday evening at 8 p. m.
Y. M. . . Notes.
Beginning next week the secretaries of
the boys' department start inspecting the
gardens of the boys enlisted In the Garden
Tho special summer memberships which
were recently authorized are proving very
attractive. In connection with these sum
mer membership, a special effort ia being
made to enlarge the membership of the
association, ami all men who are not
acquainted with the association and the
inviting features offered are asked to come
in and try them free of rhai ge. The asso
ciation wants every man in Omaha to feel
at home and welcome at the association
The work and fun at the Young Men's
Christian usKociatlon will be carried on
much more actively during tne summer
months this year than during any previous
year Special summer gymnasium classes
will be commenced very soon, and elates
for instruction in swimming will be or
Kani:V The shower baths and swimming
Ix.iil at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation hake begun to be very popular since
the warm weather set in. and a great
many men are beginning to come during
the heat of the day to enjoy the above
Mondav evening the salesmanship class j
of the Young Men's Clirixtian association (
will celebrate the closing of Ihe olus
work by a banquet which will be served
at the association building This class
had an enrollment of over 100 and It Is 1
expected that lh greater part of these j
will be present on Monday evening The
organization of a slctnianship club Is
li oki t.-mng very well, and constitution
I nod bx - aws will be pres. rued for adoption j
and the first officers will be elected fol-
lowing the bamiuet
Su inlay. Slav 21. will be observed In
Onmha as National Gideon da. The
Gideons assoclat.on of Christian traveling
I men will hold U.KUlU Hi 1 OXu-'t-k In
the auditorium of the Young Men's Chris
tian association. The speakers at this
meeting will be J. C. O'Halr, a prominent
business man of St. Joseph, Mo., and A.
R. Wright, who Is Buperltnendent of the
I'ninn Gospel mission at St. Joseph. Mrs.
Wright will assist in the singing, as will
also the Young Men's Christian associa
tion Glee club, under the direction of Mr.
Lee G. Krats. While this meeting Is for
the Gideons, all men are Invited to be
present and take part in the service with
V. W: C. A. Motes.
Sunday the regular vesper service at
4:30 will be In charge of the educational
department. The address will be given by
Rt. Rev. J. A. Tancock and the music, will
be furnished by a double quartet from
Monday at 7 o'clock there will be a
banquet, to which all who have been mem
bers of Bible classes at any time during
the year are invited. There will be a
short program and Mrs, Byers will be one
of the speakers.
Thursday there will be a noon musical
at 12:15. The following program will be
given, under the . direction of Mrs. Olive
Orton Anderson, reader, and Miss Jo Ly
Solo, "Movln' in de Bes' Soci'ty"
Carrie Jacobs Rond
Reading, a) "The Master's Coming;"
tb) "Oh, Sir!"
Solo. "Supposln" " Tregalsa
Reading, "The Debating Society"
Solo, "Rapture" ' Cowdell
Reading, selected ........ : ...:....
Solo, (as "No Use Klckin" "; (b) "Try
Smiling" Grace WaUoh
Mayor Gaynor Has Second
Elopement in the Family
WILMINGTON, Del., May 20.-Misa Ger
trude Gaynor, 22 years old, daughter of
Mayor Gaynor of New York, and William
Seward Webb, jr.
son of the New York
eloped here today and were
r married In-the First Presbyterian church
by Rev. J. R. Stoneclfer. They were ac
companied by Harry K. Vlngut and his
wife, Edith Gaynor Vlngut. both of New
York, who eloped here on June 22 of last
year and were married by Rev. Dr. George
L. Wolf. The Vlnguta were the witnesses
at today's ceremony.'
The bridal couple departed for Los An
geles, Cal., where they will reside. The
bride Is a year older than her sister,
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President is Not
Worrying Over the
Date of Adjournment
White House Refrigerating Plant is
Beneath His Desk and Fan Forces
Cool Air Into His Office.
WASHINGTON, May 20. -Congressmen
who get Into see President Taft these days
are not surprised to learn that he Is not
worrying about the date of adjournment.
While all Washington Is sizzling with tha
thermomenter around the hundred mark,
the president's offices show a temperature
of about SO. The president sits over a ton
of Ice each day, for tho While Mouse re
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The cooled air Is forced Into the room by
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The utmost secrecy was observed re
garding the affair. Rev. Mr. stoneclfer re
fusing to give out any details.
NEW YORK. May 19. -Major J. Crelgh
ton Webb, an uncle of William Seward
Webb, Jr., 'tonight confirmed the report
of the marriage of young Webb and
Mayor Gaynor's daughter, Gertrude, at
Wilmington, but said It could not be re
garded aa an elopement because there was
no known objection by either family.
Young Webb is now a clerk with J. F.
Morgan A Co.
Major Webb said the father was In the
west and lie doubted whether he had heard
of the marriage. Mayor Gaynor wts at hi
country home on Long Island tonight and
could not be reached. i
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