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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER If). 1911.
TOPICS FOR OA! OF REST
Speaker! for Methodit Men'i Broth
erhood to Occupy Fulpiti.
JUDGE ES TELLE GIVES LECTURE
talrarr Ilaptlst tfcarrh Plaas Ole.
bration or Tweaty-Plf h .inn!-'
rrriir) Presbyterian Men,
Have Annuo! Ilally.
Addresses in the Interests of the Meth
odist lien's brotherhood and the Men
and Rellplon Korward Movement will be
given In all the Important Methodist
churches In Omaha, Unuth Omaha and
Council muffs today. The pulpit assign
ments for the day follow.
rirt rtev. I-'ayettd. Thompson of
New Vork Tit v.
llaascom Park Iter. I". K. Day of St.
Hirst Memorial Rev. Alexander (1. Ben
sett of Y"rk, Ned.
Klrst, South Omaha Mr. Fred Tasker
of New York City.
Prnaivtav, Council IUuffa Rev. II. F.
Rail nf Iienver, Colo.
Fifth Avenue, Council Bluffs Dr. Wll
ford M. W ilson of Ithaon, N. Y.
Trlnltv Rey. K K. Day.
Walnut Hilt fle'v. Alexander O. Ren
Pearl Memorial Rev. !t. F. Rail.
TMetx . Memorial Rev. Fayette 1
Renfon-Or. W'llfnrd M. Wilson.
Kpworth, Council Uluffa-Mr. Fred
f'lans for a celebration' of It twenty
fifth anniversary are being made by the
Calvary Hapllst church. A reunion of
former pastors and members rf 'the
church will be one of the features and
other events will keep the church mem
bers Interested for three days. The cele
bration will begin Sunday, November 28,
and close Tuesday night. The program
In detail will be given out In a few days
' Judge Lee P. Ketelle, presiding Judg
f the district court, will glva his ad
dress, "The Ljuis and the before
the Omaha 'Philosophical society at It
regular weekly meeting In Harlght hnll,
nineteenth and Farnam strets., this
afternoon at.t o'clock. The lecture Is a
study of Juvenile problems and considers
Judge F.stelle's experienres as Judge of
the Juvenile division of the dintriut court
and the lessons they taught.
1 Men of the Caatellaf Street Presby
terian church, Sixteenth and Castellar
streets, will hold their annual rally In
the church next Wednesday night. Ad
dresses by prominent laymen, several
Baptist ministers and visitors will be the
features luid a musical program will add
to the entertainment.
Rev. Frederick T. Rouse, pastor of the
First Congregational church, Nineteenth
and Davenport streets, will begin a aerlea
of' sermons on ''Ureal- Text . of t the
Scriptures" next Sunday evening. ,Ths
first of the series will be "The Great In
vitation .,k '
The obligations of the Church of fhs
- Community." win be tho subject of Dr.
4' lilllefore' address tomorrow morning ' at
'I the First Unitarian church, Seventeenth
Mil Cass streets. This is the third ad
dress In the .strles on 'Religious Uecl-.
? ro;Iti:T , . . . v .. . -
The Iowe Avenua rresbyterlan church
ehojr, by request, will repeit Bunday
evening - the ' fine musical program ' pro
cnted two weeks ago.
Rev. Dr. Frank K. Day, pastor of the
"White Temple.'' St. Joseph, Mo., will
deliver his address, "Behold 1 A Coarse
Voiced Christianity," at Tear! Memorial
Methodist Episcopal ' church. Twenty
fourth street and l.arlmora avenue, at
1:30 o'clock Bunday morning. Prv Day Is
a' member of the executive board of the
Methodist Brotherhood, which U now
holding Its annual meeting In Omaha.
At the evening service at 7:30 o'clock the
Rev. Dr. 1L F. Rail of Denver, also a
prominent Brotherhood worker, will
Cslvary " Rranch. ' Thirty-fourth and
Peward Bible school at 3:30.
Calvary. Twenty-fifth and Hamilton.
Rev, Kdward R. Curry, I'astor Hervlces
by the pastor at 10:30 and 7:30. Chorus
choir at evening service. Rlbla school at
CATARRH OF THE HEAD
RELIEVED BY PERM
Is a Great
MR..K, M. Joffrlou, nr. SeventU
and U Ave., Uogalusa, Lou
lBlaua, writes: "Tills 1 to certify
that tbo latter part of Kwbruary 1
commenced taking Peruua for ca
tarrh othe bead, gai have gained
eleven pounds. J'eruua U a great
medlcuie and a fair trial will con
vince any ooe of It efficacy."
Catarrh for Fuur Vcara.
Mr.' i. O. Bttsfe, n. 1ft 3, Sherman,
Eolith; Dakota, wrltea: j "For four
years I bad been 9 continual aufferer
from that. dreadful disease, chronic
catarrh.' I tried ail kind of so-valltul
catarrh reiuedlea and fouod no relief.
"I a advised by a frteud to write
you about my caae, which 1 did, and
)ou kindly advlhod in to um a course
of 1'trutia aod Lacupla, which 1 rotu-
renn. Voting People s meetlps; at So.
MM-wrek -rtevntlmntl service- Wednewdsy
evening nt s o clock.
First Hnptlrt, Twenty-nlnlh Avenue and
Harney. Rev. John Matthew. I'nator
organ recltsl at 11' .1". 'reaching by the
pastor at 10 . Bible school nt noon,
with speclnl muslo by orchestra, led by
Miss-Allen, firmn reclfnl at J:l. IVencb
ln;r by the pastor at 7:).
Tmmnriucl Twenty-fourth and T'lnkney
Rev. . e. Kbersole, I'astor llible school
at 9 46. Prrvlre at )l and 7 M. Young
Peoples nvellng at H:3 Kvenlnir topic.
"The Womsn With Five H'mhnnd "
I levotlonal ' meeting Wednelny evening
at . Thursday evening orchestra concert
with specialists: Miss Martha Oryn,
soprano, Miss llelle von Manaielrte, eel-,
list; Mr. W. J-l. Itetbetington, violinist.
F'rst, Twenty-sixth and Harney. .7. M.
Kersey, I'estor Presetting services nt
lei : 45 Htid 7 30. Sunday school at noon.
Young People's society st ,.-). -
J"lrt Church of Christ. Scientist. Twn.
ty-Kourth Street anl St. Mury's Avenue
Sunday school nt f:4fj n. in. Hervlces at
11 a. in, and (t p. fn. Subject of leson-
sermcn. soul and Iloriy. Wednesday
evening meeting at 8 o'clock.
Northslde. Twenty-second and Ixithrop.
II. J. Klrschsteln. Minister Bible school.
9:J a. in. Teachers will meet their
classes at the new church building and
then go to the homes assigned' for the
esson study. ro morning nor evening
preaching service. Mid-week meeting on
Wednesday, 8 p. in., at zr. 1 i Kran.tt street.
Parkvale, Thirty-first and (lold Snndav
school nt 10; K. C. Wilbur, suietlntenlent.
Christian Kndeavor at 6:4i. Sermon by
Rev. J. P. Clyde at 7: .
Plymouth. Twentieth and Fpencer. John
P. Clyde, Minister Theme at lo ), "The
internal Ground of I hrlstlnn .Opttinlsm."
Sundsy sOhool at . noun. No evening
Kt. Mary's Avenue, Jnmes Alexander
Jenkins, I). l., Minister Morning wor
ship at 10:30, subject, "The Heavenly
t'ltlxenshlp." People s service at 7 .a J.
(Iosih-I song service led by qilartet, ser
mon py me pustor.
Hillside, Thirtieth and Ohio. Rev. V .M.
namnton, Pastor Hervlces at . 10. 30 "a. tn.
and 7:30 p. "' Sunday school at noon.
Junlon Kndeavor at i p. m. Senior Kn
deavor at fi::30 p. m. Mid-week meeting
Wednesday at 8 p. in.
First. Nineteenth and Pitvenport. Rev.
Frederick - T. Rouse,. Pastor Morning
worship at 10:30; toplo at l'):, "Commun
ity of Interests." Kvemng service at 7 : IS.
Ppeclal music. Mr. Rouse will preach
Sunday evenings on some of the great
texta or me scriptures, neginrung with
The Orent Invitation. "
Saratoga. Twenty-fifth and Ames Ave
nue, Rev. t. M. Humphreys, Pnslnr Hun
nay school at 10. Preaching at 11:1ft and
:30. The ordinance nf the l-ord'a suntier
will be observed at the morning service,
when new members will also be received.
Young People's society at 11:30. Mid-week
prayer meeting Thursday evening. The
musla will be In charge of a chorua ehulr.
Balnt Paul's. Thirty-second and Cali
fornia, Rev. W. H. llayley, Rector Hun
day school at 10 a. m., choral euclutrlst
at 11 a. in.
Balnt John's, Twnty-alxth and Frank
lin, Rev, W. 11. Uayley, Rector Holy
communion at 7.30 a. m., Bunday school
at Mr a. rn., choral eucharlst at 11 a. ni..
evening service ut 7:45 o'clock.
Balnt Stephen's Mission. Saratnara Hall.
Twenty-fourth Street and Ames Avenue
Bunday school at 10 a. m., morning
prayer and sermon at 11 a. m., subject,
The Rich Man." All seats froe. books
'Church of the flood Khenherd. Twentieth
and Ohio. Rev. T. J. Collar. Rector Holy
ommunmn at 8. Sunday school at (:4u
Morning prayer with sermon at 11. Even
ing prayer with sermon at 7:30. On
rhsnkeglvlng day holy communion with
sermon at 10 o'clock.
Church of St. Phillo. the Deacon. Twon
tyflrat and Paul. Rev. John Albert Wil
liams, Rector-Holy communion at 7:30.
Morning prayer at 10:30. Holy eucharlst
(chural) snd sermon at 11. Kvenlng prayer
and sermon at 8. Bunday school and
eatechlmn at '12 30.
St. Pdul's, Twenty-eighth'- and "Tarker,
Rev. R T. Otto, Paetur Services at 10
and 7:30. Sunday school' at 11:30. Young
People's Ulbls fctudy club vn Tuesday at
8. Confirmation class ou Mjnuaya. and
Thursdays at 7:S0.
St, Matthew's Kngllah, Nineteenth and
Custellsr, Rev. U. M. Fnyrter. I'aMOr
Services at 10:45 and 7:30. Morning sub
ject, "Can tha Small Arise;" eveuing sub
ject, "A Perilous Condition." bunduy
school at 11 Hong service at 7.16.
St. Mark's F.ngllsh, Twentieth and Rur
dotte, U Uroh, Pastor Services Sunday
at 11, sermon subject. "Rich Poor, Poor
Rich." Kvenlng service at 7:30, sermon
subject, "Remarkable Examples." Sunday
school at 9:i6. Young People's Christian
Kndeavcr at 6:46. Catechism Wednesday
at 7:30; Friday at 4.
araca, 1322 1326 South Twenty-alxth. Rev.
M. L,. Mellck, I'aator Hunday school at
V:4ft a. tn. : church service at 11 a. m., sub
ject of sermon, "Men's Relation to the
Church"; evening service at 7:30 o'clock;
I. other league at 0:30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing on Wednesday night and catechetical
class on Friday at 4 p. m.
Kountse Memorial, Farnam Street and
Twenty-sixth Avenue, Rev. Dr. Oliver D
Jlaltly, Piiktor Sunday school at 10 n
in.; miinilng worship at 11 o'clock, sub
ject, "The Final Judgment; Luther league
F. M. JOFfKION
meuced at once and waa aurprlaed
how It relieved me.
"I am happy to say that I am
well man today. I take pleasure
recoiuiueuuius your grcui rruicuy
ill w uo are amicieu wuu caiarro.
(lironic Nasal Catarrh.
Mr. Cliaa. II. Steven. 123 Sixteenth
St., Detroit, Michlaan. wrltea: "It
afforda ute great pletuure to testify
to tha merit of l'eruua as a remedy
"I suffered for soma time with
chronic nasal catarrh, but after five
months' treatment, during which
time I used seven bottles of Teruna.
I am pleaaed to say that I am en
tirely well, there, not being the
slightest trace of catarrh left.
"Peruua la without ft doubt (In my i I0!'1" s Kocinly Chrlst au Kndeavor at
mind) tba greatest remedy kuown'1 "u ,rof' c'r
lo c-UWlk. . , . ... M'Uitia4 Univa-TUs regular wealing
at 7 p. m.; evening worship sf 8 o'clock,
snhjei-t,-'' Knowing How to Pe Abseed."
Inspiring muelo nt both services. Csie.
ch-tlcnl classes Friday afternoons at 4:1."
o'clock and Friday evenings at 7.45
Trinity, Twentyflrst and lllnney Tn
the morning the Rev. I ir. lllilop will
Tarh and administer the sarrsment. In
the evening one of the secretaries of tl.v
Methodist Urotherhood will apeak.
Hirst Memorial, Thirty-fourth snd
l.nrlm"re A venue Hev. Alexsnder Ren
nctt, I. !., of York, Neb, will speak at
the morning service st 11 o'clock. Ser
mon by the pastor at 7:30. Kpworth league
at C.3J. Sunday school at 10.
Walnut Hill, Forty-first anJl Charles,
Rev. William Hovers, J'sstor Publlo wor
ship and sermon by the pastor at M:.10
a. rn., Sunday school at noon. Epworth
league at 8 30 p. m , iiubllo worship at
7:30 p. m. The Rev. A. U. Hennett of
York, Neb., will speak on tho "Hrother
hoisl." Members 'of the Men's club snd
all men of the congregation especially In
vited. Swedish, North NIneteent'.i and Rurt
Oustave Krlcltsen, Pastor Sundnv school
nt 10 a. m., l.,d bv Mr. Frltx K.
Sandwall. T'reachlng at 11; subject. "The
Present Christ." l'nlon young people's
meeting In the Danish Methodist Kplsco
Ph church. Twenty-fifth and Decatur
street. Services nt 7:30 p. m.; address by
lion. C. o. jt)eck, member of United
-Hnnscom Park. Twenty-ninth and
Uoolwnrth. Rev, K. R. Crawford. Pastor
Morning set vice, 10 30. sermon by tho
Rev. Frank- I.. Day. IJ. D of St. Joseph.
Mo. Dr. Dbv wll speak on the work of
the Methodist brotherhood. Kvenlng ser
vice. 7:4fi. at which Madame Mountford of
JerusHem. Palestine, wll give an- Illus
trated lecture on "the King of the Shep
herds, or the Twenty-third Psalm."
The Norwegian snd Danish, Twenty-
fifth nnd Decatur, U. P. Petersen, Pastor
Services, with preaching by the pas
tor, at H a. in. and p. m At 4 p.- m.
thers will be a mass meeting In union
with the Swedish Methodist church, at
which Rev. Erlckson will preach. This Is
the laet of the union services. Btindny
school at V :4ft a. m.. led by S. O. Daniel
sen. Young People's meeting at 7 p. in.
Diets Memorial, Tenth and Pierce. J.
Franklin Haas, I'aator Morning sermon
at 10, subject, "Revival Foregleams."
Sabbath school at 12, A. . Walker, aupre
Intendent. Kpworth league at 6:30, leadei.
Miss Clsra Nordley. Kvenlng services 7:30
o'clock, with an address by Rev. Fayette
I.. Thompson of New York City, geaersl
seoretary of the Men's Urotherhood. A
twenty-minute song service will precede
the evening address.
McCsbe, Fortieth and Fnrham, ' Rev.
John Grant Shlck, I'astor Sunday school
at 10 In charge of Superintendent D. O.
Curry, and preaching by Dr. D. C John
at 11 In the two south rooms of the
church. The entrance to the rear part
of the church, where the services will be
held Is on the east side between, the
church and the Foster flats. No services
at night. The pastor will be absent from
the city over Sunday. Prater meeting at
the home of the pastor. 42.' Douglas
street, on W'cdnesdsy night at 8.
Pearl Memorial, Twenty-fourth Ftreet
Slid I.arlmoro Avenue, Carl l, Bader,
Pastor Sunrise meeting at 6:30 a. to..
address by Dr. Frank K. Day, pastor of
the "White Temple," St. Joseph, Mo. a
rare opportunity. Morning worship at
10:30 o'clock. Rev. J. M. Deldy will
preach. Sunday school at noon, I.. M
Olerde, superlngtendent; Junior leage at
3:80 p. ni.. Miss Ruth Trumble, superin
tendent; Kpworth lesgue at e aj p. ni..
Miss Kthel King, leader. Evening wor
ship st 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. Dr. II.- F.
Rail of Denver, prominent Urotherhood
worker, will deedpy the -pulpit.
. ,. Presbyterian.
First. German, Twentieth and Spruce,
Julius F. Bchw&rx. I'astor Uermsn
preaching service at loiso. English preach
ing sermon fc V 7 4", tjub.path school at 8:30.
Central Tljiired, ; ' Twenty-fourth snd
Dodge, JtUBh B. .8'pee(, ;j'aHtor Morning
worship at 1":30; JjabhatbV school at noon,
K. K. McMillan, superintendent: Young
People's meeting at ti M. - evening wor
ship at 7:30.
- North,' Ktheteimth Tirt Ohio,. M. V; Hlg-
bee; D. ; D.,-Paator Public worship at
10:30 and 7:30, Sunday achool at noon
Youna- People's Bolcety of Christian Kn
deavor at 1:30. Prayer meeting at 7:45
Harford Memorial Vnlted Brethren.'
Nineteenth and iitnrop, tai. o. mo
lughlln. Pastor Morning service, kkso,
with address by Mrs. Ia R. Harford;
evening service. 7:30, theme, "Brotherly
L,ove," itlustraien oy motion pictures.
Falrvlew. Forty-first and Pratt, C. II,
Fleming, Pastor Afternoon worship from
m l NubJoot. "ine mew covenant
llible school at 1:46. Service of song at
45. Midweek service Tuesday evening
ut 8. Mrs. McMicnai is tne leader.
Third. -Twentieth and Deavenworth. F.
. Ramsay. Ph. D., Pastor Sunday school
and pastor'a adult class at 0:30. Worship
with sermon, "i nm uionuua t:nnst si
10:45. Worship with sermon, "The Instl
tut on of Heaven,'- at a. prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at .
First. Seventeenth and Dodge. Rev. Ed
win Hart Jenka, D. !.. I'astor-Publlo
worship at 10:48 with sermon by pastor.
Theme, "What One Business Man Ad
vised Another." Kvenlng worship at 7:30.
Theme, "Uke Jahu." Christian Endeavor
at 6:18. Sunday scnooi at noes
First United. Twenty-first and Emmet.
Rev. A. C. Douglass, Pastor Preschlng
at 10:30 a. m . sermon toplo. " Hindrances
to Prayer and j'owei : evening service at
7:M d. m.. subject. "Life's Supreme
(Tholce , Hiuis scnooi cissses ror an ages
at noon: Young peoples society meeting
at 6:30 p. in.
Church of the Covenant, Twenty-seventh
and I'ratt. C. II. Fleming, Pastor Morn
lug worship at 10:46. Subject, "The New
Covenant mois scnooi at noon. j-.n
ricavor society at 6:45. Kvenlng worship
at 7:30. Subject, "What Jesus bwore To."
Midweek service at 7:w Wednesday even
ing. All tha above services, excepting
Kndeavor, are one nour in lengtn.
Wesmlnster, Corner Twenty-ninth and
Mason, Rev. Thomas II, McConnell, ps
tor 10.30 a. m.. service of worship with
sermon on wesminister a Shining
I andelanrum. t-jinain m-noni at noon
Westminister chapel Htinday school at
8:30 P. m ; Westminister Young people's
society at T p. m.; evening service at
p. m.. wttn i ne ci That catches
Men,' as the sermon.
Lowe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas
Rev Nathaniel McUlffln, D. P., Past
Morning service at 10:30, sermon, "Th
Vision and Work of a Man;" Sunday
school at noon; Christian Kndeavor at
tj:30, Mnslcsl service ,and short talk by
pastor In the evening, 7 30. The Wednes
day evening meeting will, be led by A.
M. Tt-iiipany, - Btiiviect, "tiow t an the
Deacon a lioaid be Made Mote Effective."
Custellar .Stinet, Sixteenth and Cas-
tellur, Ralph H. Houseman, Mtrdater--
Publio worship and i-erinon at 10:30, svr
mon sulJe-t, "The Second Advent as a
christian Incentive." Ribie school at 13,
llehi y Orsnrr, superintendent. oui.it
People's meetlrg. with rejiorts of the
state Christian Kndeavor convention, 6 to.
Kvenlng publlo wotship at 7 , with
chorus choii' hiumIii, sermon theme, "Ood
and Man in Council." Wednesday evening
t the church a rally of the men ot
International P.lble Students' Associa
tion, Harlght Hall, Nineteenth and Far
nam R. L. Homan will speak on "Proofs
of (Aids Love Toward All Men" at
Omaha Philosophical society wtll meet
Sunday afternoon at 3 In Uaright ball.
Nineteenth and Farnam. to bear Judge
Lee S. Kstelle discuss tba subject, "The
Lass and tha Lad."
First Reformed. Central Uoulevard and
Twenty-third. C. M. Ruhrbaugh, Pastor
Sunday hool at 45, C. W. Thomas,
superintendent: morning worship at 11.
home missionary program; ChrlM'ian Kn
deavor at 7; preaching at 6, with "Ideal
iu Omaha New Thought Fellowsl.If
lar meetings Sunday at 11 and Wednes
day at ti In tits Omaha Hi liuol of Musla
tud'o, WVad bulldlm;. 1 ilu hleentll and
l-'ei'tiani. Hunday'a adtlreis by Jonrph V.
Kokiiy. Tuuli-. 'The L'lvinl'y of
Thouglit." No collection.
Kiist I'nltarlan Oliurch. Seventeenth
an C'akS jCev. Manfred I.llliefjra, 1'h.
li.. M ulster Srrvicas at 10.9). Hubject
ut addi'vas. "The Obligations of th
Church of the Community.'' Third In th
series on "Religious Hu'lproclty." Sun
day srhool at ll.t- 1 iiny htllowihlp at
I'ennle's. Itev. Charles V. Kavldge, as-tin-
Morning topic. "Th tiort ot Man
Cod Approves; evening look'. "What th
lln- t-e.". funday school at noon.
Serv.ces at 11. Hour of Hope, So Norta
Twenl)'-keventh avenu. at i p. 111. oung
For a Regular $18.50
Howard Overdraft Heater
We are sole agenta for this won
derful and phenomenal heater. A
bucket of coal will last twice as long
and (rive you twice the heat of an
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they will burn any thine;, wood, coal,
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11. S3 for a Handsome 520 Set
I of 6 Dining Room, Chairs
A Thanksgiving special. These
chnlrs are strongly and firmly
conat-urted, have genuine leath
er seats, are rubbed
and polished. Actu
ally worth $20. U0;
pedal price for elx;
of the Omaha Ministerial union will be
held at the YounK Men's Christian asso
ciation building Monday, November DO, at
W.Jti. The address if the morning will
be Riven by 11. 1 Kellman on the subject,
"So'lal Service, an Implication of fhrlHt'a
Kedemptlve Work." A. 11. Crawford,
president; John 1'. Clyde, secretary.
V. W. C. A. Xoln.
Sunday At th Junior meeting at S.30.
Mr. J. Kurna will Hive the talk. AH
slrla under 1 years of age are cordially
Invited to this meeting. -
Miss Almee Kagundus. the general seo
relarv of lha association at Council
rtlutfs, will give the address at the
reirular veuner service at 4:i0. The suU-
1ivt will lie "The Vuluj uf I'rayer. Aner
the servlr theie will be an informal
social hour for all young women, and
the building will be open until 7 o clock.
Monday Th first number of th mm
bershlp entertainment coure will be given
on Monday evening at 1:15, when Mr.
KYancIa rotter's mandolin orchestra will
give the proKram. Adnilxslon to. these
entertainments Is free for all members
of the aemx-latlon on presentation of
their membership cards. BeatN may be
reserved by applying at the office.
Wednesduy and Friday An Institute of
association workers will be held tn this
city from the M to the IMlli of this month
On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock ulll
be the membership meeting, which wll
be open to all members of the aisoclatlon,
and will be addressed by Mrs. Myers.
Miss Thomas, national secretary fur
educational work, and Miss Bimiin, na
tional uecietary for extension work.
(Complete program for the Institute la
J-'rlday The Art Btudy club will begin
Its series of five lessons on Friday at
7 15. Any member of the association may
be a member ut this rlub. which Is now,
end will be very Interesting, i duller an
nouncement of the -club is HiKiosrd.)
On Friday the )7th. the association gav
un Informal reception to tne irla of the
en lor ilasa it ike high acuool rrum 3
Y. M. '. A. .Notes.
Ths Sundsy meeting will be addressed
by lr. Henry 8. Curtis, th noted p'.av.
ground expel ; (loin W.wcesier, Mass, his
subject being the moral value of 1'lay
grounds. Th meeting will be at 4
u clock anl because 0( t:iu kenerai In
teresi In the pla-grund aul..iect boih!
men ant wuinen are lavited u. be present.
Glee club will assist with music.
fcim-t ar already Uii receive t'
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Our Great Co-Operative Tag Sale
of filcDougal Kitchen Cabinets
Is now on. Every tag presented to our visitors during the days of this great sale,
when properly signed by you, has a cash value of one dollar. In addition without
your upending a single penny it entitles you to a chance to compete for the National
$.")00.00 Cash Prizo offered by the McDougal Company to the the best answers to a
single question that every woman is vitally interested in. If you are a housekeeper,
come and examine the wonderful McDougal cabinets during this sale.
$500 in CASE-9 FRIZES OFFERED
By the manufacturers of the McDougal Kitchen Cabi
nets. All you have to do is to secure from any one of
our salesmen a blank form and fill it out stating which
of the many different styles of McDougal kitchen cabi
nets is the most popular. Deposit it at our store.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL PRIZE OF $25.00 AS FOLLOWS:
To those women visiting our store who advance the most
logical reasons why any McDougal kitchen cabinet Is more de
sirable in point of utility, convenience, arrangement, etc.
$1.00 CASH and $1.00 PER WEEK
will pay for any McDougal kitchen cabinet that you may
select. Furthermore, you can exchange the tag that you
receive for a McDOUOAL CERTIFICATE worth
$1.C0 which you can apply as FIRST PAYMENT on
your cabinet if you so desire. 1
Mt-Dougal Kitclien Cabinets are Just the thing to prepare
your ThanltHglvlng dinner on.
$7.50 Soft Ccal
S4.75 m TABLE
Cook Your Thanksgiving Din
ner on One of Our Famous
Estate Steel Ranges
1 Cash; $1 a Week
Bscnrss for yon any Bang's In our stock.
sse the special Bang's with nnper warming-
hsavy eaat Iron top. Tlttea with si
elght-inclt lids, large ('ire box with
duplex grates, an actual 933.00
valae, sals price
rnui a u
Physical Plrector Maxwell for the cross
country run to be held in Omaha under
the auspices of the Young Men's Chris
tian association on New -Year's day. It
Is planned that this run will be open to
any man or boy in the city.
Btate Secretary J. P. Bailey leaves
early In the week .for a trip east,-touching
a number of association centers and
returning in about two weeks.
CHARLES LANE FINDS SOME
INTERESTING OLD PAPERS
In moving the effects tt his private
office from the old to the nsw head
quarters building General Freight Agent.
C. J. Lane of the Vnlon Pacific dug from
the bottom 'of an old desk a couple of
documents, musty with age, but which
told some Interesting things In connection
with the past. They are the first through
passenger time table and one ot the first
freight rate tariffs.
The time table bears, date of August S3,
1866, and carries tha 'nume of Bam B.
Iteed, superintendent. The time table
bears the announcement "That on this
date the l'nlon Pacific is opened to pas
senger travel from Omaha to Kearney,
a dimance of li0 miles.''
According to the Urn table the pas
senger service on the Vnlon Pacific then
consisted of two trains each way dally.
No. 1, then as now, was the awell west
bound train, but to make the lift) miles
It required sixteen hours. Eastbound, No.
2. the corresponding train, made the dis
tance In eleven heurs. .
Nos. S and 4. the locals. Were about an
hour slower each way.
The other document, the freight tariff
sheet, bear date of June 1, .1870, and
went into effect shortly after the road
reached Ogden. Snippers who now think
rates ar high should glance over the
old document. At that time the rate to
Ogden waa 1.1. (4 per luo pounds on first.
on second anq I-' iQ on thlrxl-cla
: freight, whereas now the rates are II. M.
l.U and tl.ct, respectively, on the clashes
$1 to $189
ftr'JHfttrirpv 10-75 for This Handsome
Tou will' Certain! n1oy
your Thanksg-lvliiK dinner
to a greater extent If you
rat tt off one of our hand
some tables. These excel
lent tables have larire cir
ular tops, and heavy ped
estal. Ask to
DIES ON WAYJO HOSPITAL
Northwestern Train Strikes David
Kelley at Florence.
BODY THROWN INTO THE AIE
Ills Death la Eighth that Has Deea
Caused by Unnatural Agencies
In Omaha Darlaa; Pres
David Kelley, aged years, of Flor
ence, waa struck by a north-bound North
western passenger train at Twenty-fourth
and Spring streets at 6:i3 yesterday
morning and died of his Injuries In an
ambulance while he was curried to the
Wise Memorial hospital. Ills body was
taken In charge by Coroner Crosby, who
will hold an Inquest Monday morning.
Kelley was employed under Superin
tendent J. J. Jahnecke tor the Omaha
3ns company at Florence. He was going
to work and had to cross the Northwest
ern tracks. Evidently be did not bear
the train coming or was looking In the
opposite direction 'and failed to .- It.
He was just about to step across the
tracks when he waa e'.rurk by the faat
moving pttssenger ' train and hurled fifty
feet In the air, alighting on his head
Snd ahouldets. He sustained a concus
sion of tha brain and several broken
bones. He waa tuketi to the home of his
employer,' Mr. Jahnecke, to await the ar
rival of the ambulance which had been
Mr. Kelley was a widower and Is sur
vived only by a daughter. Mattij.
The key to success in business Is the
Juiiclous and persistent use ot newt paper
Pitrle Pros., TA-enty-sixth and Cans
Sts .. alterations und repairs to dwelling.
-So; J. T. Kelley. 710 South Thirty-sixth
street, frsme dwelling. IJ CuO; A. Fore'nuii,
Hi Corby -aimt, frame-axelllhc, l-'.ooo.'i
M a" f I
For a Handsome $42.50
Cold Coin Base Burner.
We are sole agents for this remarkable
base burner. They are the most powerful
heaters conntructed. Have extra large
heat radiating surface, have patent venti
duct flues, havo patent automatic feed
magazines, and awing cover and are richly
trimmed in silver Nickel plate of a durable
quality. . s
RUGS From the AUCTION SALE
97.50 Art Xeverslble Kugs, can be used
on either side, sale CO OR
915.00 Tiger Brussels Bugs, sUe 8-3x104..
good -wearing quality, sale
918.50 Axmlnster Bugs, size fix!) feet,'
pretty patterns, rich f I i Cfl
Yates Attaches to
Protect His Interests
I To safeguard his Interests In connection
with his lli.OOo' personal Injury d&mnge
suit against the Omaha Water company
Alexander Yates secured an order of at
tachment and garnishment against any
pf the company's property In the. hands
of the city of Omaha. The order was
served on Mayor Dahlman by gherlff
Yates, a skilled mechanic, started his
suit In March, 19ll. He asks damage for
Injuries sustained when he fell In an
alleged defective meter well on Vtntorifc..
street. ' ,
Wyhier Dressier, attorney for Xates,
said the garnishment was Issued ut this
time because of the fear that the, water
company might dispose of Its properly
and leave the city and make worth lets
any judgment Yates might tecure.
riow To Stretch Out
Your Wrinkle 3
(From Iieauty Culture )
An old-time wrinkle remedy that Is
wonderfully effective, and yet sof harm
less it can be put on the face of a baby
without any bad result, is made by dis
solving an ounce of aaxollte in a, half
pint of witch hazel, llathing tha fare
In this solution neck and hands, too,
if needed at once affecta every line,
wrinkle and furrow. The effect Is to
tighten the sUn and underlying tissue,
which virtually stretches out the
It Is apparent that the same effect
means the "drawing In" of folds and
bagglnesa about the rheeka. neck, chin
or hands. Ask the atugglst for th
powdered eaxollte, which forut as easily
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