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TIIK UV.Ki OMAHA. MONDAY. DKCK.MHF.U IS. 1!t
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Omaha Ottml sToepftal. ttong . 59,
Hyptlaa Chooolr tea toe. Myers-Dillon
j Oaa. Ilee. aHaturee, rxaOranaaa
" Stive rUtibf. Om. Ffatlna; Co. 0-J53&
XeejT Tony Von. kid Valaablea In the! j
-Vmericun a ppoMt vaults In the Bfi '
rulldlna. Holes fenl for S3 per year,
roeaaobta ' V Olvs Saace A
card paiiy and ' dunce 'will bo triVVn
by Waneta eoujieir No. S, Daughters of
locihms, at' llartpht's hall "Wednesday
evenine,- PeccmtVr in.
Vsraon in Cirfcleal 'Condition Frank
- ernon of Chirm, pal., the trump who re
Helved a 'broken Wk In ft liimhor rr
when four Union Jcltlc freight Curs were
11 derailed war Lnnri Cut-Off, is still llv?
inn. He l if Pt.'.Toep!s Ixirpltal and It
I reported that lie cnWot five much
lTmew farms eotnpaaar,' 043 ram
ton block, Ihvite thosa Witcare1 Interested
to call at their -office arid' wee 'soma of
the soir products, Irish potatoes, seed of
ahlch was planted October 1. Kweet
potatoes wclahing up to -seven pounds.
Corn, oranges Te'pe-fntittc., all from
Rlverview faring. flortfla. '
ee lasers To JTot ' iMsfc rrera im
here was- no Im sort ant rwminM.H tn
transact the Board 'f Coinity Commis
sioners did not hold '.their reg-ular Sat
urday meeting. " Cbmrnlssioriera Klsasser
and FlokaTd 'are 'In Colorado, trying' to
end the Belays in' snlpmont'of marble ftir
the new 'county ''bulldlhg "The "toaJd
passed the salary sheets Friday, so tile
county employes could sret -their half
month's ay. i
With J. Grant Pegg
Following the- action of John Grant
Tegs:.. city inspector of weights and meas
ures, In asking the council to appoint a,
colored assistant In Ills rflce' ao that
harmony', knight' tie maintained "In : th
wtnk, the Colored" Clttzemr league,' trtlder
tli mprestoiiihae Mr. 'PeiisMs attempt
flnirto draw. theolor line, have- adopted
i ondemnatory' resolutions. : While not obi
Jcctln to white man workrns In Ms oft.
flce.K" Mr." Pegr'a.ys" lie" "betlevwa 'greater
efficiency would be attained by a colored
afWhtant, i1saytng: "I i believe - a whit
1 inn" would not want to 'work tmdtr 'me.!
Following' la a iortton of the reuotuttonil
4adopte oy the Colored clHtens' )eagtie:r
' Be It Resolved. That this league
heartily -denounces his :Mr. Fegg's) ac
Jk I i'on In this matter an '.being an exhibition
I of bad ttidtMnent, andi in the highent de
ft ares prejudicial to' the best' Interests 6f
f the negroes of Omaha,' and elsewhere.
That while the negrties of Omaha have
le'taiidatol ambition te sccure-and fill-po-
'sitlons of honor and 'trust In the Indus
Jr trial and politico! i wbrld commensurate
wiilivhelr numbers ' S)d abilities, they
have not yet reaoho-lfthe untenable and
undignified - position whera' they would
single, out,' any) particular 'position . and
lay claim to. if as twins; an- exclusively
egro position, from' whicu all white -men
st oe exciuoeu.
at as cltlaens of : Omaha, ' seeking
at '91 times to make it greater afid ket
ter, they claim the rfght to tisplre to any
position In the tfiffof the people or their
chosen representatives.- Mid willingly ac
cord the came right' to every ' citizen of
Omaha, regardless of 'color or 'race.
The resolutions are-signed by John H.
BaJlard, pree4dnt; i R. t F.v Bwach, secre
tary; J. ' W. Alexander,: treasurer; Wil-
liam Davis, thairman chanty "committee;
K. W. Phlnney, Chairman Polltleal' com
mittee ; N.' NeafElllngtonVhalrmtn in
formation cmmlttee. ;
aress in; Half Day
The Ufliveratty : of 'WrysmiiiB's exhibit
ef-wool h at - the heep show oontairied
specimens, lof wool ' fronr eWy '" cJvfrfzid
Tvooi.vrnmbir countrv. . allowlnc : grades
Vt and -breeds, also tariff 1 classlfteation.
5s Cloth substitutes, svich as gpeIdy-reund
W, p ' rags- were shown, - also Vtae -Various
L grades of cloth ' and the processes of
The tying of fleece with sisal twine, as
J shown' by the exhibit, leaves fibers of
twine In the ' wool whlchs-cannbt be abstracted-and
Which' are woven dhto' the
rUh, maktpg "fllere" Jn It. v
?' An Itrterestlng part of the exhibit ''was
a -mohair - areas. 1 made Complete "wlVhlh
twelve ' hours after the wool left .the
fi goat'a back, passing through twenty-eight
V mrferenf 'proeesaes. ""The "areas Is .the
1 aroperty of Mrs; J: S.;l Atherlr of Laramie,
IS v yo., for whom It K was , made In U7t
j when she was aflss ' Whitme . of , PIu
V vanna, K.-.T. The style Dfthe drees was
perfect for that Kay, butthe work 'toft
M the- buttonholes and1 aeaana girem evVdemoe
"lef onsldsrable- hurry.
fJGRO HANDBAG ROBBER
riiui inert vit mm
.; t '
The negro who. has been making bis
livelihood 1 by :-earatlng iranien'pedea
trtsotia t frem - tbslr 1 handbags, i .found
another victim at Twenty-fourth and Chi
ctro streets Jaat BlghL Mrs. J. ; Rlagle,
2406 Davaaport street, was walking by
that comer 'when ' the negro Jerked her
handbag from her arm as he-hurriedly
paeaed her. 'Mrs. Rlnaie told the police
Kfrtx la minus a -dollar 'and her' yurse.
:fY 1VER BREWED;
lor the -Family
A. ',1m AM- .
I eryea wiin me
meals it helps the
U nnnntltB tttlfl tlla
M-aieif . oiiiiim, m
fkM Pglas a
ALVYS THE SAME
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
Holiday Season Activities at Various
iest onraiic school methods
peMnie Fiatnple of I. ark of
Kao!-ta- of rabtle Mrs Mttil
l.ecal lllitnry (HbtMted at
St. t.Atili.. t
:.1uralirtil activities at Fremont col
lgfdurlng the last week were msny and
(Itay Mcintosh, a studi'-nt, gave an 11
Ibxtrated lecture inn the 'Yellowstone park
Jji rr1itay night foV the benefit of the
rnlon 'Literary society, lie aMed -ss puldo
a.t "tho pdrk .for sometime and I thor
Ufthly acquainted With It. ltin tcctnre
Ivas ihtersperscd with many little Inter
esting cmlnrldenres whlt-h rsme wlHiln his
iiotlce and made It tTfe more Interesting
to his hprers.
rresldent Clommons .ndUiefeod the Per
Jtlna County Te-.ehrrs' ejwi-iatlon t
prant last Saturday. He, reports that there
waa a splendid attendance and a great
Heal of Interest etrown hy the teachers.
Mrs. Kate Gilbert of the colieve faculty,
.addressed the clthsens of Hooper last Snt
rday at -a rereptlon given the school
oard fey the 'Vt'nmah's Clirtstlan Tfmper
hre onion of that phtce. She also stroke
at Nlckefsoh 'n the "World's Tetnner-
f iK" Sunday and at Porta she la to tre
he first ftf teMes WT twtres arrhf?M
Tor by the sopv-rtn reticent "f schots. 'sub
ject "vVanted." Mrs. Ollbert Is a popular
nnd proficient platform orator.
One of the literary societies Is negotiat
ing with rrof. T bx Ittiumeister of Oinaha
through Prof. Hwihart of the violin de
partmvnt for'a recital In tho near future.
Pfof. Swmart has taken Vork tinder 1ilm
and is anxious tht the collegn peoite
as well as th mfslo lovers ef FVemont
have the privilege of hcarlrig him.
The collegw VnurVg WohWh's Christian
association nna the Yftrfng Men's christ
ian asoclntlon are arranging to have
some festivities fr those remaintmt at
chool -over Christmas-. : Tliero will bo
a Vphrf sf mas tree, eames, refreshments
mni all the good cheer tht can e hius
trred for the "occasion. 'This will he on
Christmas night. On 'FHday night pre
dedleg Christmas, the tn1on Wterary so
ciety will have a Christmas tree with
4 Clirlattnas program.
'Dr. overgaard of Fremont addressed
the 'ficlxiol of Pharmacy Thursday night.
His subject Was "Radium" and he made
K a most Interesting one.
AMiss Mildred Svoboda, sclentiflo of
Ijoe. haa been visiting, the college the
laat week. After finishing hr -Work at
the college she went to ChitWgo to our.
ue her atudies In expression. While there
sne was 'a classmate "of Mips Naana
orbeW.Who is bow teacher of expression
In 'the Ftemont college and whose guest
she -was "While here.
"TEST OF WrssOlTU fiCHOOLS.
Kiarktk 61-ade Huplla Make Poor
; &rlneT -o Local inatery.
Stronr aHipoort Is given br 'a test f
etg-ntli. grade puptla in Bt. Louis to the
current criticism of inefficient educational
methods) in the public achfools. The chararn
against the schools In Bt.' IjouIs was that
me pupils on leaving 'school do 'nqj knww
anything about pnulio men or the history
ana 'resources of te!r "own state. 'To
affirm dr refute the charge a number of
qestldns -were propounded by the St.
UcajIs Republic, approved by Superinten
dieat Blweltr and-submitted to pirpils of
four eraSSes In the eighth rade, without
cbachlng. The questions were:
vVTieh waa ' Missouri admitted to the
1 When "was the Louisiana territory pur
'Who dfecovered the Mississippi river?
Name the five largest cities In Mls-
'By What states is Missouri bounded?
3Wat are the two principal industries
jWho Is the governor of Missouri? - (Full
"Who Is the mayor of St Louis?
'Who was Benton? Vest? Doniphan?
Sland? - (Answer two.)
When ' was the Missouri compromise!
The answers as compiled by the Re-
public -revealed -some 'startling facts.
ii was touna mat out oi m eighth-
grade children examined not one knew
anythlngrabout Senator Vest.
,Not one - gave the full name of the
nNtyor of Pt. Louis, and -only one could'
spell his name correctly.
Only one named ail the states bounding
'Only ten ef the 131 knew the governor's
fill name, though most of them knew
the name Hadlay.
Only one succeeded in naming the five
largest towns hi ' Missouri. Out of '1,810
anbVers bearing on ' the subject S39 Were
ATsacenest of Methodist Instlta
'tiow 'ait 'traskiaartoa.
The trustees of the American Univer
sity- of Washington. D. C, have Juat held
their Anaual meeting. There 'Was a largo
attenda-nee and an enthusiastic spirit Re
oorla showed the 'most prosperous condl
Wn In' the history of the University. The
'-onabantly. Increasing 'financial strength
tit the mtitutHHi keeps -pac$ with the
advancing 1 development of the North
western ' Heights of "Washington, Where
M located the university site. Rev. Charles
r Ooodell.-DD.. of New Tork City Was
etectsd a trustee.
The keen and energetic business leader
ship of Wshdp. "'Earl Cranston more and
more is being felt in this enterprise. Some
of the atrengest men of the national capi-
-tal. "representing Various religious de
nominations, -are eo-opera ting sealously
In the present -university plans.
Devrloputeat of the Llbrarg
Full records -of the use of booVs by
readers at the Columbia University li
brary were made for the. first time thin
year, and the first six months, ending
June SO, showed that tati,431 persons visited
the reaiing rooms, these readers uslni'
pa&,U8 volumes, whllo 12,876 Volumes wtrt-
tent for outtlde use, making the great
total bf 5,tlS volumes used In the hal'
yeur. Not ail these readers 'were student.-'
or graduates or Culumbla, for In Jantrar
laat. the trustees of the University. b
resolution, extended to members of' thr
faeulty of the. normal roIUge -ond Ow
principals and heads of departments o'
the New Vork high schools, full itbnr
privileges. These privileges have beer
keenly appreciated by the high sclioe
principals, -one of whom said that th
aotlon was real university extemdon o
the highest k-lnd. There 1s no other II
brary of the afxe In New Tork City whit h
is administered with the same liberality
for not only Is the consultation of books
permitted, but the borrowing of hooks
to toko home.
Additions to the library during the year
were ss.f.nt volumes and ninety-six tnnnu
scrlpts, prints and maps.
PI'lU (IHM 11, OTK.
Pamnlna PNrnt fernyea o Fire
Vlre nrlsing from an unknown cause
destroyed the pumping plant of the Hfate
Normal Inst Wrdnesdny morning early.
The hiss fa about '.1,". Temporary ar
rangements have bot-n made with (he
local elevator company to o the pump
ing for the school.
The chapel hour was given over on
Tuesday morning to the reproduction of
a scene from Clyde Fitch's "I'arb-rte
KHtrhle," by the members of tho de
partment of expression. Oh Thursday
mtrnlKR Prof. Nrks imv ah exhibition
bf tho work of 1oy sconts. The Varloim
stOnts performed by Hie hoys were n
rcvetnth-h to the adlenre of the pbsltl
virtues of the hoy scout movement.
twenty-two members of the. Auburn
High aehool senior class accompanied by
iTincipHl Hare spent last Tuesday In
the Normal library reading up on the
State Pebattng league's question for this
Prof. Duncanson gave an Illustrated
lecture on biology at Schubert Wodnes
day evening. Prof. Hayes gave an ad
dress Friday before tho Nemaha County
Teaohers' association Vneetlng In Auburn
oh "ISdncatimral Reforms and neformem."
The ntvembt-r Nortnallte wa mailed
Thursday. 'Its twehry-four pages of live
reading matter. Its reformed spelling and
Its reflection, of tho whole life of the
school mark It as a progresnlve school
Journal. Its editorial on simplified spell
ing Is quoted hi the Simplified Spelling
Bulletin for December, which Journal also
-annomceto that ex-Suporlntendent J. W.
Crawtree has hen elected to the advisory
bdard of the organisation for promoting
the - state examining hoard, consisting
of Superintendent Podwell of Ileatriee
and Waterhonse of Fremont ere in
Peru Thursday cnecktng up the senior
The neru male quartet, left Friday
morning to fill an engagemeat at Klue
The opening game of basket all for
the season was pulled off In a contest
last evening between the Peru boye" team
and a team from ' the Syracuse High
Prof. C. B. Hendricks, secretary of the
Peru Alumni -association, was called to
Auburn today to aasist In the organisation
of a Nemaha County Peru club. This is
the third club of this kind to be organ
ised, anil others are In process of for
mation. The big annual banquet waa to be given
Saturday evening In honor of the foot
ball men Of the season. Peru -Will lose
some of Its star players this year, but
theYe hi good list of tmn from Whom
to 'select a -strong team for another year.
The advanced courses ' leading to a
bachelor's -degree that have been In op
eration in Peru for the last three years
serves to give a longer echool tenure to
an Increasing number of Students, fnetad
lng some -of the strongest young men.
CJIAPRO WORM A L NOTES,
Dean aad Mm, Btoekdale Eatertaln
1teainra of Faealty.
'The ehapel has just beetr reseated and
had its rotrum enlarged.
The model t'sohoots re --busy preparing
Christmas programs. ,
The Miasea Klllott and Pollock and Prof.
White of the faculty, gave great and
highly appreciated assistance to the Con
gregational dhutch it their musical, Bun
The women of the faculty will give a
social to the -stadents tonight at , the
Dean Btockdale attended the meeting
of the executive committee 'of the State
Teachers' association 'at Lincoln. This
meeting closed the work of the associ
ation for Its most aucoessful "year, via.
1B1L The dean reporta that Miss Uathrop
has mode an Ideal executive officer, -and.
set a high 'standard for PrenJde'nt-eleM
Rouse and his associates for 1912. He Will
need the help of Omaha to make it
Dean - and Mrs. Btockdale entertained
the faculty on Tuesday evening t the
regular monthly frieelhlg for the discus
sion of matters that pertain to the profes
sional work of tho aehool. President
fpdrks gave a. paper, discussing the sub-
Ject, "Normal 'School Relationships" In
a ftempreherfBive and thoroughly practi
cal manner. Some Ideas presented for
consideration -were the 'mutual relations of
principal and faeulty, of faeulty and
students, of the entire school to the com
munity .and especially churches with
Which students have "been 'previously af
BEIW.BVIT3 COLLEGE ?TOTES.
Dr, atookar Awards B' to EIla-IMe
Members of Kwot 'klall Bqaad.
Mrs. J. H. Folk 'of Niobrara, Neb., has
moved to Bellevue Jand will live -with
her sister, Miss Lucy Dundaa, secretary
of Bellevue college. Miss Dundaa will
leave Lowrie hall and reside 1n the vil
lage. Prof. W. E. Nlcholl has left for Hum
boldt, la., to spend the holidays at the
home -of his sister.
Mrs. J. N. Huberle of Nebraska Clly, is
visiting her daughtera, Elsa and Claire
at , Fontanclle. - She will 'accompany them
home for the holidays. '
The artesian wells of the waterworks
are finished. They are located at Mission
street, from where the water will be
pumped to the btg reservoir -online hill
back of the village.
Mrs. Charles K. Patrick entertained
welve members of the foot ball aquud
Thursday evening at a sumptuous three
Dr. Stookey awarded the foot ball "B"
lo the twelve eligible men Thursday
morning at the chapel service, with ap
propriate remarks. The men who received
lie coveted letter were Paulsen. Bonder
ion. B. Jones, O. Webb, W. Webb, Cur
Iss. Haldermaa. Moose, Htookey, Fowler,
Clsbuugh and Ohman.
DO AM) COLI.P.OE SOTKS,
tev. Mr. Clark Is Km ployed as Trav--ellng
Rev. Mr. ClWIk, formerly pastor of the
Congregational church at Ashland, has
resigned his pastorate and will take up
the work of traveling Student secretary
'or Deans the flrtv-of the year. Hli
vurk will be to more widely advertise the
'olloee and secure new students.
The annual color scrap between the
'reyhmen and sophomores was pulled oft
liiinif this laat week. The frekhmcn ap
peared hi chapel with their colors, and
vter chapel services a Hvely scrap eti
oied between (he boys of the two classes.
The sophomores tnam.ged to get all the
the colors off of the freshmen, along with
a considerable part of their clothes as
Interest In debnte Hi IVnno seems to le
growing. ArrsngehH-nts hava been fnsde
Tor a series of i-ln-s debates on the rerall
of Judges and the class In debating work
under Prof. Taylor has laercaetd to twenty-five.
The Poane debaters art making
strenuous preparations for the winning of
Uif Trlntitflr tli's ear, In which twtrvut,
t'otner and lone del-ate. '
A fine iwnommlc view of the lUmpns,
students and -huilUltigs was taken re'
cenilv y Mr. Hyerly cr Lincoln.
School clnsos for the Chrlstnm Holidays
'li IVccmber i at 11 ;:W a. hi. Tlisi- will
be a vacation f two Wreks. schohl begin
ning agnln on Tuesday, Jamini-y t, 1!1.
The girls of tlnylord hall held thHIr nn-
nunl Christinas bnitar and enndy sale Ih
ayloirl hnll arldr Pstilrdny, lMmber
1. and a large crowd attended.
t'OHoh Johnson hns Flsrtcil 1he gym-na-sluni
classes and also some preliminary
practice In basket ball. Four of last
year's tcani arw In school this yr-ar.
MlMHtHi t WKM.R1.W NtlTKfl.
Wire lab Will Make Two Weeks
tour lllrlna 'Holidays.
v nance 1 1 or tuncrnus lluntliigton was
unable to ftieet his ellipses tn first of
the week because of a slight Illness. He
had recovered by Wednesday enough so
that he could be present at olfapel. His
nppeurance at the rxercises was gYeettd
with cheers by the students.
On Monday night the band will give its
opening concert of the sesson. P'of. Eu
gwne, Knox, reader, and Miss Siula Mar
shall, soprano, will assist In the program.
The Hie club has been hard at work
for three 'months under the direction of
Prof. H. Aden Enyart and is . about
ready lo make Its Initial appearance
of the year. The club win tnuke a two
tveeka' trip during the holidays as usual.
Tho dates are not all Tilted as yet. but
the trip will roVor some l.roo hilleH ond
Include tho following cities: Kexlhglon,
llothrnburc;, Alliance, North Loup, tier
ing, Scott's Tlliiff, Oordon and O'Neill.
The closing of thn foot bull station was
celebrated at the fourth Annunl root bell
banquet held at the Llndetl hotel Wednes
day night. Tho varsity aa r beared alid
tasted with great enthusiasm for bring
ing the state intercollegiate champion
thlp to Wesleyah.
Chancellor Fulmer was toastmaater and
It wax due to his ability as a. speaker
and Wit that the banquet was so suc
cessful. H. R. Esterbronk, 'to. he
first student to register at Weslnyan,
responded tor an extemporaneous' 'toast.
The toast list was hs follows: "Foot Bil
and the Man," Captain Tluyle; ''Foot Hall
and the Ybung Men's Christian Asxocta
tlon," Deaft MuProud; "Foot Ball and the
Roosters," Dr. Vhn Riper; ''Foot Ball
and Our Reserves," Robert Handall. Re-,
sponse, Harold Cosier; summary, Prof.
Kline; speech, by Ceptaln-elect -ft. B.
Seven Babies for
Seven live Christmas presents- at the
Child ' Saving Institute are vready to give
themselves to foster fathers and mothers
who are looking for Christmas presents
to brighten and cheer their homes. They
are Hugh, aged 10 years; Thomas and
Clarence, 11; Frederick, ; Berinie and
Glenn, '7, and Harvey, .
Those in oharge of the Institute say
that 'as Christmas present these little
fellows surpass anything "offered by any
of Omaha's stores and there ta the addi
tional advantage that they are given
away free. All you have to Be to secu're
one Is to show that you ara willing to
provide a "fair home and give them the
love of father and mother. They are
bright, healthy fellows and want to find
good homes. Farm homes are preferred,
but city 'folks who are looking Jor chfr-l
dren are not barred.
The Institute Is located at Fdrtyifjecond
and Jackson Streets. The tetophone hum-
Mr Is Harney 4511.
Go to Kansas City
-Several Omaha surgeons are making
arrangements to attend the annual meet
ing of the Western Surgical association
In Kansas City tomorrow morning. Four
addresses will be made by Omaha
doctors. Byron B. Davis of this city
will apeak on "The Knd Result In Gall
Bladder Surgery." In the afternoon ses
sion the famous Dr. Charles Mayo of
Rochester, Minn., will addrens the meet
ing on - '"Anomalies In the Rotation of
the Colon." Dr. John P. Lord will also
make an -address In the -afternoon oh 'The
Choice of Technic In Untertfstdmjr In
cident ro Operations -for Intestinal Ob
struction." Tuesday afternoon Dr. Arthur
C. Stokes Of Omaha will read a paper.
A Xlfe Prowrem ftolrea
by that wreat health tonle, Electric Bit
ters, is,. item enrichment of poor, thin
blood, ami strengthening the weak OOc.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
GORDON MAKES APPEAL
Alone, without relative or friend and
crippled almost beyond comprehension,
John Gordon, the "magaslne man" of
Omaha, Is making an appeal for help
during the Tuletlde season.
For eleven years this man, paralysed
from the waist down, has supported him
self, but Is 'now facing a crisis and asks
people to help him by subscribing to his
magazines. Persona from all corners of
the country have heard of him and have
added to the few Joys of his life by giv
ing words of cheer and financial assist
ance. Informatloa Will be furnished If
Inquiry is addressed (o John Oordon, the
magaslne man, Omaha, or by telephone,
Mr. Gordon la attempting to secure 1,600
subscriptions this month, In order to be
come the benefactor of the interest from
a fund of I5.0U0 given by the publishers,
the principal to revert at his death to
Following is a list of the magazines
handled by Mr. Oordon: Adventure,
Amulet's, American Boy, American Mag
azine, Atlantic Monthly, Century, Cos
mopolitan, Country Uentleman, , Country
Iifo, Current Literature, Delineator, De
signer, Ktude tvmisle), Hverybody's, Oood
Housekeeping, Harper's, Housekeeper,
Ludles' Home Journal, Llppincott's, Little
Folks, .MeClure's. Modern Priscllla, 'Out
ing, Pacific Monthly, Pearson's, Pictorial
Review, Review Of Reviews, Aatarday
Kvenln'g Post, Bcrlbner'i, Bt Nicholas.
Success, Technical World, Woman's
Home Companion, World Today, World's
Renewals will help and are solicited.
If you are troubled with chronic con
stipation, the mild and gentle effect of
Chamberlain's Tablets makes them es
pecially suited to your case. For sale by
AMERICA'S WORLD MISSION j
It Mast Bring- Kate rial and Spiritual
Forces Into Unity.
M'AFEE OF NEW YORK SPEAKS
Dwells on Importehce of rln
Arlaat 11en n'W Come , Oar'
l.aad ad RMnri Hitnte with
"Hod Almighty never created a chasm
between the material ahd spiritual forces
bf this World; what Chasm exist be
tween them Whs created by men," said
Joseph !:. McAfee- of New Tork at the
Voxmg Men's Chiistinn asl.w-lutlon yes
terday afternoon In the' coilrxe of a pro
found hddrpHs' to men mi "Amerka's
NplrltOal Mission to tne WorVl." It was
en address with tli genius of rare
thought clothed In trnfque diction, whoso
force Wna lhvarlahl' driven' home with
clinching effect. j
Mr. McAfee said "America Is destined
for mission, it has a mot-sage to the
world, something to give the world, which
the world needs." 1
Ha spoke- bf the great "unofficial for
eign missions" f this eeuntry, on which
"some duy some man will write a book
and when that piet-e of llteratirre comes
before tie It will grip our sense ef otir
responsibility and opportunity by holding
before t)s the powerful agencies' of thee
rica for Working- Vnlty.
He pleaded for a working unity of the
material and spiritual forces before ever
this laud of d.nnfrat1o' Institutions, the
rtly land never ruled by despotism, could
hope for the full performunco of Its
greatest function of teaching Christian
AVmoeriipy to' this world. He: spoke of
the millions ef aliens who come to dwell
artiong us, Mibitg. their Ideas' of us ami
ottr Christian civilisation and then return
tu' their nutlve lands.
F.t-err oa"' Nltshissrr,
' Mvei-y one o tlienl l a n(lanlonry,"
he said, eloquently. "And what IN it
they have learned and carried bwelt with
tiu-ni? Ah, there la one of tho vital
Irment of this great, far-reaching un
official foreign misslun of this land. We
f-Ave a few thmlsand persona engaged In
official foreign missions, millions in tin
unofficial. We have not, In reckoning
our InlsHlonsry resources, taken cog
nlrahdd of thht. Tlies aliens have
come here with the purpose of self
Improvement. They form their idens of
nUr democracy. I Re careful what It Is
they see and lenrn."
Ton of Address Optimistic,
The tone of the address wits of opti
mistic statesmanship, but doubly sort- l
mis In laying atretw on America's do
mestic problems, the solution of which
Was essential to rho performance of Its
mission to the World.
Mr. McAfee la secretary of the Board
of Home Missions of the Pretihytrrtan
church and a member of the Home Mis
sions council, composed of twenty-two
lToteetaht churches, and ha la brought
to' Omaha at thls time with four other
secretaries of that council on a "neg
lected field survey" of the West. Tills
trove! lng body holds conferences at the
Young Men's 1 Christian association at
:tw a. tn. and S p m. today and somo
of the secretaries will speak at a popular
ronss meeting! for men and women to
nlgnt at the Young Women's Christian
Wool Men Peeved
Oveij Official Delay
Homebody 1$ Washington "slipped on
over" the National Wool Growers' as
sociation, wlioM met here laat week.
WhMher It taa President Taft or one
of his lieutenants officers of the associa
tion decline ta say, but they declare they
Tli Ay say laat they set the dates for
the convention at December 14-1H only
after they had received absolute assur
race that President Taft would send the
rtfitort of the tariff board to congress by
December tS. They wanted to knflW Whft'
Whs In that taVlff board's report, either
to ttidorse It Or to tear it to pieces.
Itilt the convention haa oonie and gone
and the report of the tariff board Is not
yet. , The convention made a hi if nolw
about ttin tariff, but didn't have as much
ammunition aa it had expected to shoot.
And 'what peeves the offioera bt the as
sociation Is that they could just aa well
have) called the meeting' for this week
or next or the Week after next.
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