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TlflO OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DKOHMHKK 17. 1011.
1st. Id M. Tolsl.
Group of Wool Growers at Their Forty-Eighth Annual Convention
WesVeg If7 J 114 6-7
Clark 1PI 12." 1
Zttiman 161 1 H7
BLAKENEY BREAKS RECORD
Metz Flayer Rolls 70G and Cracka
Omaha League Hark.
HE BOLLS 245, 235 AND 226
, i i
Best Iadlvldaal Total that Mas Beea
prl Far norlasr Beasoa
Team Makes Total of ,0J
Blakeney of the Met Bros.' team
made the Individual total record last
night by rolling 245. 236 and 226, or a to
tal pt 70S,. His team responded by mak
ing a total of 2.962 against 2,Tu5 for the
J. S. Cross team.
1st. 2d. Jd. Total.
Neal 182 174 LtH 657
Conrad lxj 23.1 200 Sit
Hartley 174 1W 17 49
Huntington 11 1!:;4 177 614
Blakeney 146 236 Ki 70
Totals 7 1.015 aw Z.K2
j. a cross.
1st. 2d. 2d. Total.
Cain m 1M 1KR 47$
Chrlstesen 1M 000 0n0 1M
Beselin lo 19V 203
Total 816 m 91 t.M
Handicap ......... 7 37. 37 1U
Totals ....& 89J 1,020 S.73J
Bookkeeper Tak Two.
The Bookkeepers of the Omaha Gas
company took two out of three and won
on totals by eighteen pins from the Dis
tribution Office. Hastrr had high gama
ot 221 and high total ot 624 for tha Book
keepers. ' Bechthold had high gam of 190
and high total of 611 for the Distribution
Office. Match game Sunday, $26 a side, at
1:90 p. tn. at Metropolitan alleys, Balser
and McMasten against Zarp and Angels
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
BechtoM 105 1W 130 t.ll
Hasel 101 134 117 K2
Johnson H. A 116 117 145 ' 77K
Johnsen. L. R. l.H JnS 124 ' 4A0
Straw 121 70 9!) 2W
Total Si4 041 75 1,970
1st. Jd. 3d. Total.
McDonald 19 167 112 4S
Berg 124 , M 1-1 - ?41
Snow 121 98 9 ' S7S
Whitney 143 f 126 .147
Haster 100 143 221 624
Total 737 67S 678 1.9SS
The German Home team took two out
of three from tha Etora Bottler last
I boto by Hebard-Fhowers, Omaha. Ds Moines. Lincoln.
KOMK OK TUB WOOL. CJTtOWERB OP
CHRISTMAS INTHE CHURCHES
; Sunday Schools Preparing for An
, nnal Observance.
WILL GIVE SACRED CANTATAS
tt. Mary's Arena Congregational
tartet to Bins Coombs' "First
Plan for Christmas entertainments and
Christmas aervli'M arc Interesting the
churches, the festive day Ulna; but little
mora than a week away. Borne of the
plana already have been announced. The
-Dundee freebyterlan church. Fiftieth
jttreet and Underwood avenue, will have
.. Chrtstmae entertainment of aongji, reci
tation! and other features on Thursday
wenlnB, December 21. The Butiday school
of the MeCr.be Methodist church will have
Ita entertalnmont and Christmas service
on. Sunday, December 24. Tha DrOKram
j Jias not been completely prepared. The
Ctunday achool ot the Immanuel Eiptlst
fburch. Twenty-fourth and PlnKney
streets. Is working on a cantata, "Banta
71aus' Prescription," which will be pre
rented Friday evening, December i2.
Tha quartet of Bt. Mary'a Avenue Con
rregatlonal church, assisted by other
musicians, will give a sacred cantata,
The Flret Christmas." by Whitney
Coombs, on Sunday afternoon, December
W. at 4 o'clock. Those who will appear
re. Miss Martha Qrym and Mine Mary
jMcConnell, sopranos;. Mrs. FTank Welty
and Mrs. Vern Miller, contraltos; John K.
Blopklna and John McCreary, tenor;
lchard T. Kersey and K.'-N.'' Botrll,
'Mo; Miss Marie Bwansom . haryit:
ana Charles Lee Cook'a, -jr., lorgantsi..
: Tha program will be as follow; . v
i Sirlnss Forth ii. Hud." t. i 1
. Heoitativa and Ann ir 'JVnor "And ilte
! "Kel Clabrtui Was Kent from Ood."
f, . Ouartet "Hall ibu Jlfrnly Favored"
-ontralto Bolo and Doufalo Quartet"!
'Autuuin'f - Totn). Mlsa
Alar Lai BaaLniian.
PART II, .
Recitative for Baritone "And
Double Ouartet "Aluuait n ih. t
Ood of Israel."
k Contralto Holn "As He Bpaka by the
sVfouth of Mis Holr prophele."
uSrUt' ''form tha Mercy Prom
, iJoub'a Quartet-'That Wa, Being De-
I . .,T,nor. Bulo "And Xluu Child? Ehalt Bt
Interluoo "Christmas NlKtt."'t
;. Double Qurtet-"0'r Methlehem'a
.. r'ains." , .......
Recitative and Aria for Soprano with
poubie Quartet ''Fear Not!, .ilabold. 1
bring Tou Olsd TldlnKS .
Boprano Bolo "The biars Bhlije Bright."
a i k.Duet tK,r 'i'f!C"X I'arltone "Bee Vou
' 'isot Xon Radiant (jtarV
' . I'AKT III. ' ' 1
. . IJarttone Solo "Is This the Messiah?"
- . Hwltaclve for Hoprano "Behold My
Servant Whom I Uphold."
poubla Quartrl "Great Is tha Ixrd. and
JlVorthy to Be Vralscd."
i .,;,,I,,r.alttt Bolo "Tha Btara Shine
rTonor Bola "With a Holy Love on Her
3 Miming lace." .
1 Duet for Contralto and Tenor "The
I'atlent Oxen Are lowing There."
! Double Quartet "Oreat la tha Lord."
Joseph E. McAfee of New York, aecre.
Eary of the Board of Horn Missions ot
ha Presbyterian church, will deliver an
address to men at the Toung Men's Chris
llan association at 4 p. in. Sunday on
"Americas Spiritual Heasage' to the
"World." Mr. McAfeee la In the city with
he other members of the horn mission
council,.; jtmpos4 of representative of
itwentyAwb PrvUstant churches, nnged
tin the neglected field ' sun'ey over the
country. . - . i .
1 Rav. Ralph K. Houseman, pastor ot
J fth Cast ell ar Street Xresbyterian church,
will glv the second of his sermons on
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"The Preparation of the World For the
Coming of the Mennlah" tomorrow night.
H.'s subject will be "The Prope ration of
a People." The series Is proving a pop
The evaigellstlo services of the IMets
Memorial Methodist church will close
with a meeting for celebration and re
ception of members tomorrow evening at
7:80 o'clock. Members of the church are
well satisfied with the reeulte, aud say
much good has been accomplished and
many converts scoured.
Rev. J. 8. Kbersole, pastor of tha Im
manuel Baptist church, Twenty-fourth
and Plnkney streets, will give a atortop-
tlcon lecture on "Th Gospel In Burma"
tomorrow night. 1
"Forefathers Day" will be observed at
the First Congregational church tomor
row night with a series ot short addresses
and a stereoptlcon lecture by Rev. David
Wallace Montgomery. Ills subject will
be "Our Forefathers In England, Holland
and America." -
Prof. J, A. Gillespie will preach a sign
language sermon for tha deaf on "Res
titution" at Baright hall, Nineteenth and
Farnam streets, Sunday afternoon at 1:80.
All the deaf are Invited, th sermons are
Branch, Thlrty-fourtn V and
Seward. Sunday school at 3:30.
Orand View, Fourth and Cedar Streets
R. U. El rod. superintendent, Sunday
school meets at I.
' Orace, Tenth and Arbor, Rev. B. F.
fellman, 1'tor Bunday school at 10 a.
m. Morning sermon at 11.. But1ecti.."The
Hope of the Churflli.'' Tour -nrri.
meeting at 7. iOvenlng sermon at J 46
fubiwetr "Preachrng-JeeuB."- - - . v
Calvary, Twenr y-flftlr and Hamilton,
Wev. B. It, Curry. Past orr-Preaflhln- erv
at ;0 and 7:10. Huu.lay school I
at II. Toung people a meeting at :MK
or. Rev. L. C. Barnes. Ii) IX- ofTfiew
York will preaoh In the evening. Mld
week devotional service Wednesday even-
lim at I. . ..... .. . .....
' litunallnel, Twenty-fourtU and Piftknly:
TteVk J. 8. Kbersole. Pastor Bible achooL
i46. 'Servlcest at 11 and 7:80..- Yountf peo
ple a meeting at 4 0. In th evening the
fMor will glv a stereoptlcon seniton on
''Th Gospel In Burma." The flim..
exercises of th Sunday school ocuur
Friday evening, December 21. A cantata,
"Banta C'laua' Prescription," by Bishop
m..t ... v.
1 1 i , iwh BTvnui nq namey streets,
Rev. John Matthews, Pastor Preaching
service at 10::K and 7:50, Bible school at
u. biiiuii xoung feopie s union at 4:W.
Kev. L. C. Barnes, D. D., of Mew York,
field eerretary of the 'American Baptist
Homo Mission society, will preaoh in the
morning, and Rev. Fred Berry of Lin
coln, Nb., In the evening. Player tne
Ing Wednesday evening at a.
First, Twenty-sixth and llarnev, J. M.
Kersey. Pastor 1'reaclitng- at 10.30 and
7:.10. Bible ecliool at noon. Young peo
ple's meeting at
North Sldo. Twenty-second and Iith
rop, II. J. Klrschstelu, Minister-Bible
school, t:30 a. tn.; morning worship at
10:so, theme. ."Church Kfflolency; Chris
tian lundeavor, 4 15 p. in.; evening axrv
Ice at 7:, sermon theme, "Th Supreme
Question." All regular church snrvloes
will be htd In the basement of th new
building. Th chorus choir of the church
will glv special muslo at both services
and will slug Hhelley'a Christmas can
tata, "Holy Night," next Sunday evening,
December 84. under th direction ot Mra,
First. St. Mary a and Twenty-fourth
Sunday school at :4S. Services at It and
I. Bubject of leeeon-sermon, "Is the Unt
veree. Including Maji, Kvulved by Atomlo
Conareaatlnnal. ' '
St. Mary's Avenue. St. Mary's and
Twenty-seventh, James Alexander Jen
kins. IX D., Mlnlerer Morning, !:,
"Mow spiritual HtrviiRth Bm'ouioe Spirit
usl Hesuty;" . evening,. 7: SO, "Th Dis
First. Nineteenth end Davenport. Fred
erlckr T, KuHe, Pastor idornlng worship
at 1U:J0. Itev. H. c. Herring. D. D., of
4 Christmas Shoppers
W, IL McUUGH AND MKS CLAIRE BAiKU
TUB COUNTRY WHO HAVE BKEX
New York, the former pawtor, will preach
on "Our Father." Evening eer-n at
7:45. There will be a stereoptlcon le ture
on "t)ur Forefathers In England, Holland
end America" l,y Rmv. David Wallace
Montgonii-ry In observance of Foref athers'
day. Young people's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:45.
St, Stephen's Mlsnlon, Saratoga Hall.
Twenty-fourth and Ames eiunduy school
st 10. Morning prayer at 11.
St. John's, Twenty-sixth and Franklin,
Rev. W. H. Bay ley. Hector Holy com
munion at 7:). Sunday arhool and Bible
class at l it. Choral cucharlet at 11.
Evensong at 7:45.
Churoh of 8t. Fhlllp the Deacon, Twen-try-flrst
and Paul, Hev. John Albert Wil
liams, Rector Third Bundav In Advent.
Holy communion at 7:20. Matins at 10 W.
Holy euchariat (choral) ami sermon at 11.
Evening prayer and sermon at S. Sunday
school and catechism at K.W.
SL Paul's, Twentv-elghth and Tarker,
Rev. K. T. Otto, i'ustor Hervlces at 10
and 7:4S. Evening subject, "Christmas
Meseagea of the old Testament." Young
Peoples Bible Studv club Tuesday at .
Sunday school at 11.30.,
St. Mark's English, Twentieth and
Burdette, U Oroh, Pastor "Mlnhty Won
ders, t'nlmpoHched FIvidences" at 11.
"Marvels In Many Things, Forward" at
7 So. Sunday school at 11:45. Young Peo-
fle's Society ot Christian Endeavor at
Kountae Memorial. Twentv-elxth and
Farnam. Rev. Oliver D. Baltsly, Pastor
Morning worship at 11; subject. "A Great
Man In a Great Dilemma." Evening wor
ship at ; sthject. "Believing and Yet
Not Saved." Sunday school at 10. I, other
league at 77. Catechetical classes Friday
afternoons at 4:li and Friday evenings
at 7:46. Enrollment open till Friday, De
cember 2U. .
8t. Matthew' English, Corner Nine
teenth and Castellar, Rev. G. W. Snyder,
Pastor Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:0
p. m. Morning subject. "The Evidences."
Evening subject, "The leadings of Truth
and Bight." Sunday school at noon. Bible
reading and gospel eervlie at 7 !. m.
Catechetical class on Tuesday at 4:15 p.
m.. and Bible studv and. rholr rehearsal
On "Wednesday at 7 p. mU A th pastor'
resiauac rjui coutn rir teentn,
Trinltv Twnntv.ffMt tiA4 . tll.n. r ...
(S. W' Abbott, Pastor Preaching morn
Ing ad .evening. Morning subject, "Who
WM-JuWiif Naiaieth? ' Evening sub
ject. "A Needed Cleansing."
Norwegian and Danish, ' Twenty-fifth
nd Decatur, Kev..R. P. Petersen. Pojitor
Sefvleeay Wlth preaching by the pastor,
at Ji-ana a. ttunaay school at :46. led
by a. p. DanHrison. young people's meal
ing at 7i !. ' - -:
Oalc. Street.- Twentieth and Oak. Rev.
T. C. Webster, Pastor Preaching Bunday
evening at 7:10 by Dr. Edward Hlalup, th
district superintendent. Bible school with
adult and other claeaea for all. Quarterly
conference Monday evening. Midweek
meeting Thursday evening at o'clock.
Pearl Memorial. Twanty-fourth and
La ri more Avenue. Rev. Carl G. Bader.
Pastor Morning worship at 10:90. Sunday
acnooi at u; important that all menibeta
be present. Junior league at 1:30. Ey
worth league at 90, Evening worship
at 7. Ml Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at a i
Walnut Hill, Forty-first and Charles.
Rev. William hovers, pastor Publlo
worship at W 30 and 7:30. Bunday school
at 12. Epworth league at Morning
subject, "Th Divine Element In genctl
ricatlon." In the evening Rev. Ward
Plait, I'. D , of the lioam of Horn Mis
sions will speak, ,
First Swedish, Corner Nineteenth and
Burt, Oustav E rick son. Pastor 10 a. m.,
.Sunday achool; 11 a. m., preaching by the
pastor,- subject, 'Th Precious Christ;"
1:30 p. m.. Ep worth league service: 7:30
p. m., preaching by Hev. J. A. Gabrlel
aonj dlstiiot suirlntendent, and com
munion aervlo. Hinging by Mlaa Minnie
Nelson and th church choir.
Hanscom Park, Twnty-nlnth and Wool
worth, Kev. B. B. Crawford. Pastor
Morning service at 10:10 o'clock, sermon
by the Her. Ward D. Piatt. D. D., of
Philadelphia, secretary ot th Board of
Horn Missions. Evening servlc at T:4S
o'clovk, sermon by th pastor, subject,
"Eternal Lite." Th Epworth league, at
1:10 o'clock, will be led by ts Baraca
Bunday school class.
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Pierce, Rev.
J. Franklin Haas, Pastor Morning ser
mon at 1090 by the pastor. Sabbath
school at 11.4.1. A. 11. Walker, auperln-
tenjent. Epworth league devotional serv
ice at :.. MImi Klger, leader. Evangelis
tic service, with reception of member,
'at 7:30 o'clock. This service will term
inate the special series of meeting.
MEETING IN OMAHA THI3 WEEK.
Happy song service of twenty minutea
preceding the evening sermon.
McCabe, Fortieth and Farnam, Hev.
John Grant Hhlck, Pastor Sunday school
at 10, Superintendent I). O. Curry In
charge, preaching by the pastor at 11,
theme, "A Preacher's Benediction." These
ervlces will be held In the two south
rooms ot the church. No service at
nig. . Prayer mertlng on Wednesday
evening nt I at the pastor's home. The
Hunday school Is prepuring a treat and
short program to be given at th church
Cnrlstmas Sunday, December it.
first German, Twentieth and Spruce,
Julius Ji'. Schwarz, Pastor German
preaching service, 10:30 a. m. English
preaching service, 7.46 p. m. Sabbath
school, K 30 a. m.
Central United, Twenty-fourth and
Dodge, Rev. Hugh B. fpeer, Pastor
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock. Sabbath
school at noon, young peoples' meeting at
&30 p. m., evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.
Falrvlew, Pratt and Forty-first. Charles
II. Fleming, Paator Bible school at 1.46.
Afternoon worship at it; subject. "Jesus
Christ as the New Covenant." Service of
song at 7:40. Midweek tervlce Tuesday
at p. m. The pastor will lead.
North, Nineteenth and Ohio, M. V.
Higher, Pastor Sermons by the pastor a(
W.M a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school
at 12 m. Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing at 7:46 Wednesday evening.
First, Seventeenth and Dodge, rtev. Ed
win Hart Jenks. D. D., Pastor Publlo
worship at 10:30 with sermon by the past
tor. Evening worship at 7:30. Christian
Endeavor meeting at 6. It.. Sunday school
at 12. Everyone Is Invited to attend.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grant,
Thomas B. Greenlee, Pastor Sunday
school, 10 a. m. Public worship. 11 a. m.;
theme, "The Church and lis Service.
Evening theme, 7:30, "Why Unit with the
Church'" Wednesday evening service at
t o'clock. v
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth, F,
P Ramsey, Ph. D., Pastor Sunday school
and pastor's adult class, 8:30 a. m. Wor
ship, with sermon, "A Ruined People,''
10:45 a. rn. Worship, with sermon. "A
Priest on th Throne," 7:30 p. rn. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at a p. m.
Dundee, Fiftieth and Underwood, Grant
E. Fisher, Minister Sunday school at 9:46
a. m. Morning preaching at 11, "Stig
mata." ' Evening preaching, 7:30,
'Myopia.! Christian F.ndeavor at S:0 p.
m.. Mission la th West Indie." Christ,
mas entertainment on Thursday evening,
December tl, at a o'clock.
The Church of th Covenant, Pratt and
Twenty-seventh, Charles H. Fleming,
Pastor Morning worship at 10:46; subject,
"Jesus Christ as tha New Covenant."
Blbla school at noon. Christian Endeavor
at :4S. Uvenlng worship at 7:46; subject,
"What Jesus Swore to and Why." Mid'
week service at 7:30 p. m. on Wednesday.
Low Avenue, Corner Fortieth nnd
Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel, MoGlffln, D. Im
postor Morning service at 10:30 o'clock
sermon by Dr. Marshall, president of
Omaha Theological seminary on "Min
isterial Education"; Bunday school at
noon; Christian Endeavor at 1:30 o'clock;
evening aervlo at 7:30 o'clock, when the
pastor will preach on "The Incarnation
and th Chrlstmaa Splrft."
Westminster, Corner Twenty-ninth and
Mason. Rev. Thomas II. McConnell, Pas
torService of worship, with sermon on
"Our Duty of Confessing Cirist," 10:30
a. in. Sabbath school and Bible classes,
12 iii. Westminster Sunday school, J 30
p. m. Westminster Young People's o
clety meeting, 7 p. m. Service of praise
with sermon on "Th Ark ot Safety" at
Castellar Street, Sixteenth and Cas
tellar, Rev. Ralph H. Houseman, Minis
ter Publlo service and sermon at 10:30.
Reception of members. Sermon themo,
''Poesessed and Posseaaing." Bible school
at 12, Henry Qraner. superintendent
Young people's meeting at 4.46. Evening
worship at 7:45, led In muslo by a chorus
choir. The second sermon of tha series
preparing for Christmas will b preached.
nit Preparation of a 1'
L'eopl for . tli
coming of tha Messiah.
First, Twenty-first and Emmet. Alonso
C Douglass, Pastor 10:80, reception ot
new members and sacrament of tha Lord's
supper; 7:30, sermon on John 6:21-24,
"Jesus Christ as Llfe-Glver and Judge."
Young People's religious servlc at t.30.
Biol scnooj at noon.
First. SetUen and Cass. Rev. Man
frd Lllllafora Ph. D.. Minister Services
at 10. jU. ltv. Arthur U VVeatherly of
Llcoln, Neb., will preach. Sunday sjUvkjI
at 11.4a, Unity Fellowship at 7.ao.
International Bible Students' Associ
ation Meet at Baright hall. Nineteenth
and Farnam. Sunday at t. Subject. "Ran
som and Restitution." by W. K Stearns.
Th Omaha Philosophical society will
meet Bunday afternoon at 3 o'clock In
Baright hall. Nineteenth and Karnam
streets to hear Thomas 11. Tibbies dis
cuss the subject "Eugenics and Heredity."
Grace United Evangelical. Twenty-seventh
and Fort. Rev. U. P. Netherly, Paa
tor The evening services will be under
the auspices of the Trt-Clty Baraca union.
Mr. J. C. Johnson, th president, will lec
ture on Hi subject, "Is A Young Man
People's. Rev. Charles W. Savage. Pastor
Morning theme, "How Advancement
Cornea"; evening, "Every Man Without
Excuse"; Sunday school at noon; Young
People's Society Christian Endeavor at
7 p. m. Prof Mertes lias charge of the
The New Thought Fellowship will con
duct a special Christmas servlc on the
subject of "Life" at 11 a m. In room 8,
Wvad block, Eighteenth and Farnam
streets. Mr. Oecar A. Albrecht will con
duct the service and deliver an address
V. W. f. A. Notes.
The junior meeting on Sunday after
noon will have a Christmas story.
The Fellowship club will hold lis annual
Christmas party at the home ot MUs
Carrie Nagl on Friday evening.
All clauses and clubs have adjourned
for the holiday vacation, and will nt
meet again until Tuesday,, January 2,
At the 4 30 vesper aervloe there will be
stereoptlcon views Illustrating "Tha Christ
Child In Art." The regular social hour
will follow the service, and a:l young
women ar cordially invited.
Y. M. C. A, Notes.
An especially gcod addreaa will be de
livered at the Toung Men's Christian as
sociation Sui.dsy afternoon uietlng on
De. ember 17. th speaker being Mr. Jo
seph E. McAfte of New York Ctty. Mr.
McAfee I in of Hie younger brother of
ihe famous McAfee family, ad i.f whom
are In positions of prominence. The sub
ject will be. "America's Spiritual Mission
to tl World." Mr. McAfee Is In Omaha
representing the Presbyterian church at
imercuurch oooferanc abtcfe will - plan
mission work of all churches, so as to
avoid duplication of such work. All men
ar Invited to be present at 4 o'clock.
On Monday evening the last meeting of
the Bible classes for this year will be
held. Before taking up the class work
there will be a dlscuseton relative to
changing the Bible study work from Mon
day evening to some other dav of the
week, plans for a Bible study rally will
also be made.
The Young Men's Christian KKnt'tn t Ion
has united with other organizations of
the city In welcoming the Wool Growers'
association. Special complimentary tlrk-
eto were Issued to all members In attend
ance at the meeting. The association has
at various times dona this for convention
meetings and Is glad to co-operate In
making the visitors welcome in Omaha
All the boys of Omaha who are Inter.
ested In aeroplanes are Invited to meet at
the Young Men's Christian Association
building on Monday evening at 7:30 Mr.
Gus Baysdorter, who hoa assisted In
building a very successful type of aero
plane, will talk to the boys and give
them pointers on the construction of
models. All who have model aeroplanea.
whether finished or In course of construe.
tion, are asked to bring them to th build
ing that evening.
Each Saturday night about fortv bova
who carry Sunday morning papers are
provided sleeping quarters In the Young
Men's Christian Association building.
Theso boys live on the outskirts, of the
city and would be compelled to walk a
great distance in order to ge their papers
Under the direction of Mr. Turner of
the boys' department, a boys' club has
been organised at the Park Wild Home,
with a charter membership of eighteen.
These boys are unable to attend the
Young Men's Christian association, but
will do what they can for themselves
along gynawlum lines and Blbla study.
State Sescretary Ballsy left on Saturday
for Chicago, where he was asked to at
tend a conference of tha International
Railroad and Field .Secretaries of th
Young Men's Christian , association. Mr.
Bailey's assistant. Mr. Turner. Is at
present t the University of Illinois w,
Mr. John R. Mott. who Is directing a
Young Men's Christian association cam
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American mov't; hunting ..$8.50
Gustafson & Henrickson
Corner 16th and Capitol Avenue
Hotel Loyal Building
Send for Oar
Maytham 135 21 2-'4 62S
Johnson 175 1M 1 Ml
Oschran 170 1H W 6K6
Yousen 1W 189 tfl
, Totals 822 3g Wo 2,76a
1st. 2d. 2d. Total.
MrCague 14 190 404
Tracy 1M 147 305 M
Ojerde 1 1: 203 fctil
Zimmermen IK) 173 1H 6.12
Goff 22S IHt 1!W 602
Straw ..22S 191 193 602
Totals 946 924 K5 2,816
Handicap 17 17 31
Totals 946 841 972 2,849
O'BRIEN'S KANDY KIDS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hay 170 170 170 610
Rice 224 1!)7 1S4 D65
Toman 248 14 1M 682
Wartchow, lid 208 170 67
Stun .... l&l 189 200 661
Handicap , 3
Totals 993 90S 8t)7 2,768
BERG CLOTHING CO.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
McMartln ..171 205 v 182 M8
Balser 147 148 178 473
Lamb !91 170 14i ' 607
Francisco 166 151 163 470
Reynolds 243 183 VM 680
Totals BOB 857 825 2.683
Phones, D 3867; A 3867.
309 South Seventeenth Street, Omaha
The most complete line of Howard
Watches, from ..$35.00 to $250.00
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY
Gold Cuff Buttons, from $1.75 to $10
Gold Cuff Pins, pair, from $1 to $6
Gold Bar Pins, from ....$2 to $8
Gold Bracelets, from . .$4.50 to $35
Gold La Vallieres, from $3.50 to $25
Gold Thimbles, from.. $2.50 to $5
Manicure Pieces, large line, choice,
Fine heavy made hat pins, each,
at 25c to $1
Two, 3 and 4-blade Pocket Knives,
each 50c to $L50
Thimbles, all sizes, from 15c to $1.50
Three-piece Silver Plated Toilet
Sets, finest made by International
Silver Co., open stock for filllng
ln, up to 28 pieces from $1 to $33
All Engraving Free.
GERMAN HOME. .
1st. 2d. 8d. Total.
Hanson 159 193 178 63a
J. Landwehrkamp .. 1 188 143 . 4k
JX Land wehrkamp.. 128 148 1H7 ' 473
Total 4V 631 616 1,602
1st. 2d. - 3d. Total.
Blerman 1S7 152 ... :m
Gllham 16 157 178 4KI
Hatch 152 ..- 175 . IC7
Kchoenman , ltw 117 262
Totals 4liS 474 470 1,409
SINGS IN CHURCH TODAY
Mr. Beatrlco Hubbell Plummer, so
prano, who has been on a concert tour
of the cant, is a guest at the horn ot
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Black, enrouto
to her home In Pasedena, Calif. Mrs.
Plummer will sing at the morning services
in th First Presbyterian church. Seven
teenth and Dodgo street.
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