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THE OMAHA SCXIUY BEE: FEBRUARY IS, 1912
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
aihingtorii Birthday to Be Ob
served by Hany Local Churcliei.
OCSE 05 CHDTESE REPUBLIC
Basiaess Man Is Tell What Wa.ld
Ppee It Christ Were l Come
Omasa special Mute
Washington's birthdav inniifnarv will
be observed with social affair by many
f The Christian Endeavo
f North Presbyterian chui
i I f
The Christian Endeavor snrielv nf thtf.
North Presbvterian church will hnlH
reception and social Monday evening.
February li. from 8 to 1 o'clock. In the
new building at Twenty-fourth and Wirt
streets. A cordial Invitation Is extended
to all of the young people's societies to
attend. An excellent program has been
The Immanuel Baptist church will hold
Washington's birthday get-together so
cial on Thursday evening. A musical and
tterary program will be given Mrs.
Hatfield's class ot the McCabe Methodist
chorea, will be boat to the church and
friends at a Washington social In the
church Thursday night A colonial social
will be enjoyed by members and friends
ef the Calvary Baptist church Friday
Slgnt February B. Several other churches
re planning similar affairs.
The monthly musical service of the
Westminster Presbyterian church will be
held this evening at t o'clock. The pro
gram will be of special Interest to all
levers of the violin. Will Hetherlngton
will interpret Gounod's "Ave Maria,"
Grieg's "Ass's Death" .and Lemare's
"Aodantlno." The quartette will sing
"Jerusalem.' by Parker-Reee. and
"Sometimes I Catch Sweet Glimpses." by
Gooaod. There will will be solos by Miss
Gwendolla Whits and 8. S. Hamilton.
Those who will appear are: Miss Gwendo
II n White, soprano; Mrs. E. E. Larklns.
contralto; Lawrence Dodds, tenor; 8. a
Hamilton, bass, and Mm, Alio Maxwell,
Prank Mach will assist at Trinity
cathedral In a violin and organ recital
Sunday night at 7:10. An interesting pro.
gram has been prepared. The choir will
sing several chorus numbers.
Rev. T. J. Mackay. pastor of All
Saints' Episcopal church, will preach a
series of sermons on the Ten Command
ments, beginning tomorrow morning. Ash
Wednesday services at this church will
s at 10 In the morning, a In the aft st
ood and 7:K In the evening.
Her. Frederick T. Rous, pastor of the
First Omgregatlonal church, will dis
cuss the new republlo In China, at the
evening service tomorrow. The business
men's Sunday school class will be ad
dressed at noon by Mr. Morrow, whose
subject will be, "If Christ Should Come
The following program will be rendered
at tomorrow evening! service at the St
Marys Avenue Congregational chsxch:
Organ Number Serenade. Schubert
Quartet-Saviour, vVhen Night In
volves the Sky ....Shelley
Scripture and prayer
Offertory Hallelujah Chorus (by re
Hern Solo Ansel- Serenade
Miss Marie Swan son.
Lantore Charles IXckens, Reformer...
On trail to Bolo-Now the Say la Ended
. ......... ......... tferoevi
Harp Solo Sons without Words
Miss Swan son.
Hymn M-Breed of Life -.......
Organ Number-Postlude in F Stern
C. O. Cunningham wig address aa open
meeting of the Hansoom Park brotner
heod to be held tn the church parlors at
the corner ot Twenty-ninth and Wool
worth, Monday evening at l:M o'clock.
He will speak on "Commission Form of
Government and Its Application to the
Needs ot Omaha.' All men are la vlted
and those ot Hanaeatn park district are
especially nrged to attend.
Th vnrth Presbyterian church. Twenty-
fourth and WW streets, will celebrate the
aiasUoe at Its beautiful new church
heme by an organ recital which will be
liven by Prat Whltehoose, dean ot the
Conservatory ot Muato of Washburn ool-
laars. Tones. Kan. The eoacort win os
given Tuesday! evening. February 10, at I
UaiTary tsrancn. iwMvwww"
e.-ZLnihi. .cboaL :. W. H. Oweiis.
Grace, Tenth ana Aroor; v. o.
esai... " T" Oi.auleu aaHrftl IB BY - fffA
waTlVw"7t.ll..Ae.lrAv fas '.AW sUsldloTa. mftgTr-
Sanger, minister at 11. Toung People s
aaaiiwg at v, i ne rnwiw -Rome-'at
7:46. Monday night Blbls class.
Wednesday night prayer meeting.
Calvary. Twenty-fltth and Hamilton;
Bev E. B. Curry. D. D.. Pastor-eervloes
at M Js and 1-M. conducted by the pas
tor. Evening subject "Money or Charao.
leS-Whlchr Bible school at 11 Toung
People's meeUng t . Wedneidsy at
Cmla-week devoUonsl servtoe. Friday
evening colonial social.
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Plnkney;
Kav. J. S. Ebersole, Pastor Preaching at
1MI and 7: Bible school at noon. Toung
People's meeting at :30. Mid-week meet
(am Wednesday at 1 On Tnursdsr even
ing February B. a Washington birthday
set together social and entertainment In
the church parlors. Full orchestra and
ht.rery program. All the njregaUon
and young people of the vicinity are lu-
First. Twenty-sixth and Harney: J. M.
Kersey Pastor Preaching at i K and
1M. Bible school at 12. Toung Peoples
"North 8ldJ.:aTwenty-thlrd and Lothrop
H i. Klracnstetn. Minlster-Servlcee at
U tl Ta. m. and 7 p. m. Bible school si
lis a. m. Christian Endeavor at :!
m" Christina Beleae.
. r.. . . rk-4at HriMitllL Twen-
ty-Kourth Street and St Mary a Avenue
bervlces at 11 a. m. and p. m. Sunday
school at : a- Wednesday evening
meeting at I o'clock.
St Mary's Avenue, St Mary's Avenue
aad Twenty-seventh; James Alexander
jenkuu, U. D., ilinlster-Morning wor
ship, 1:. subject "o More Sea." Bven
Itg, :J, "Charles Dickens, Kersnner.
Uerman Free Evangelical, Twelfth and
Dorcas Public worship at 1:S) and i v.
addressed by the licentiate. The morn
ir.g sermon will be a meeting of the Con
giegauonai society, the evemns service
Tl o Gospel Im bongs." Sabbath school
First Nineteenth and Davenport; Fred
erick T. Bouse. Pastor Frederic C.
rreemaatel. cool -Inter. Morning worship
at Is. subject "The Spirit of the Mind."
Evening service at 7:45. Illustrated ad
dress upon the "New Republic of Chine.
Views of Old China will be given. Mr.
Morrow will addreas "the bosinees man's
class at noon en "If Christ Came to
Church of St. Philip, the Deacon Twenty-first
near Paul street Rev. John Al
bert Williams, Priest Holy communion
at 7:9s, matins, litany and sermon st 1L
bunday school and catechism at 1:30.
Vespers and sermon at a.
St Stephen's Mission. Saratora Hall.
i wenty-iourtn ana Ames avtou rui,uj
chool at 10. Morning prayer and errm-wi !
t U. subject. "Where Art Ihour' Class
Preparing for confirmation Monday. April
t meets at the home ot the paator every
Church of the Good Shepherd. Twen
tieth and Ohio. Rev. T. J. Collar. Rector
Holy communion at s. Sunday school at
?, Morning prayer with wmun at
u. Evening prayer with sermon at
connrmauon instructions at the home of
tne rector on Wednesday and Sunday aft
ernoons. February a.. Aah. Wednesday,
penitential office and hnly communion at
and w a. m. Kvening praver and
litany at fc.
Grace-Servicea st 11. Preaching by
Kev. j. E, Humraon. Sunday school at ia
St. Paul's, Twenty-nghth snd Parker.
Rev. E. T. Otto. Pastor-Morning serv
Icee st Hi; evening services at lib. Sun
oay school In Knrlish at 11 Touiuc
Peoples Bible stuUi class on Tuesday
St. Mark's English. Tn-?eth and Bur
dette. Im. Groh, I'aator Simiia subject
at II, "Promises to Victors. Pillars In
iod s Temple:" st 7 :. -Lenten Heirin
nlng. Sundav school at 3 Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor
at t CatechisaUon. VVeunela at 7:li
and Fridays at .
St Matthew s Eng!Uh. Nineteenth and
Castellar, Kev. . w. Snder. I'astor
bervices at W:5 and : 3u. evening service
opening with Bible readme and gospel
song. Morning subject. "A Moot Excel
lent Way;" evening subject. 'Going to
Jerusalem." Sunday school st noon.
tatechetlcAl elas In basement of church
on Wednesday at 4 and Bovs' Athletic
club st 7. Bible study and choir re
hearsal on Thursday evening at the pas
tor's residence, 13 South Fifteenth
Kountse Memorial. Famsm Street and
Twenty-sixth Avenue. Rev. Dr. Oliver
D. Baltsly, Pastor Services for yuin
quaaruina Sunday. Morning worship and
a special pre-l-enten sermon at 11 o clock.
Evening worship st I o'clock. Spurgeon's
subject. 'Turn or Burn." Sunday school
at Mt o'clock. Oscar P. Goodman, super
intendent. Luther kairue at 7 o clock.
Miss Nellie Schonlau. president. Special
servlcea will be held on Wiedneedsy even
ing at I o clock, this being the iirst day
Trinity. Twentv.flrst and Blnney. G. W.
Abbott, Pastor In the morning the Rev.
Dr. Blthell will preach. Patriotic services
In the evening. The pastor will lecture;
subject, "Christopher Columbus."
Norwegian and Danish, North Twenty
fifth and Decatur, It H. Petersen, Pas
tor Services with preaching by the ln
tor at U a. m. and s p. m. Sunday school
at :, led by S. o. Danleisen. Young
people's meeting at 7 p. m.
Oak Street Twentieth and Oak. Rev.
T. C. Webster, Pastor Bible school with
sdult and other claases at 1 p. m. The
pastor will preach at 7 ) p. m. on "Hell."
Midweek meeting Thursday evening at I
o'clock; subject, "Higher Life."
Diets Memorial, comer" Tenth and
Pierce, J. Franklin Haas, Pastor Morn
ing sermon at 10 30; Sunday school st 11
m. Epworth league at e:o p. m. Evening
service of sermon and song at 7:30. Ser
monette for the Sabbath school children
preceding the morning sermon, official
board meets Mondsy morning at 7 115
Walnut Hill. Forty-first and Charles.
William Boyere, Pastor Public worship
and sermon by pernor at 10 and 7:W.
Morning suhject. "The Spirit the Source
of Efficiency;" evening subject. "Christ,
the Vicarious." Sunday school st noon,
George T. Llndley, superintendent- Ep
worth lesgue at 4 30. Homer Paxton,
Hanrom Park Twenty-ninth Street
and woolworth Avenue. Kev. E. B. Craw
ford, Pastor Morning service at 10:39;
sermon. 'The Conflict with Temptstlon."
Evening servtoe st 7:44. sermon, "The
Rnlision of Cheerfulness." Silndsv school
at noon, B. A. Wilcox, superintendent.
Epworth league at e:a lieorge v insiaae,
leader. The monthly meeting of the Han
soom Psrk Brotherhood Monday even
ing at a. -
First I- Milton R. Wllllams
Subjsct Sunday- morning will be.
"Is . the Church Worth While?"
Regular musical program under direction
of Mr. Thomas J. Kelly with Mr. Martin
Bueh at the organ, in the evening ser
mon Dr. Williams will answer the ssvsn
reasons most frequently given for people
not belonging to a church, and Mr.
Kelly with the full vested choir will
furnish interesting music.
Witfiske. Fortlath and Pamam. Rev.
John Grant Uhtck, Pastor Sunday school
at II a. m., superintendent l. u. vurry
In charge. Preaching by the pastor at U
a. m. and 7.30 p. nv. Themes: Morning.
"The Raising of Lasarus:" evening, "Do
It Now." The Epworth league will hold
Its devotional meeting at s:s p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday night at S
o'clock. Mrs. Hatfield's Sunday school
class will hoid a Washington social at the
church on Thursday night. February C
to which all are invited.
Castellar Street Rev. F. P. Ramsey
will occupy the pulpit at both services,
ie.Ws.ra. and T.ti p. m. Sunday school
at 13 m.
Faimew. Pratt Street and Fortletn
Avenue; Charles H. Flemtng, Pastor
Bible school st 1:4a. Afternoon worship
st 3. subject. "The Rich Young Ruler."
Tuesday evening the sixth leeson in
First. Seventeenth snd Dodge. Rev. Ed
win Hart Jeuks. D. D.. Pastor Public
worship at le.ta a. m., wtth sermon by
the pastor. Evening worship at 7:1
octock. Chrl't'an Endeavor meeting at
t:U p. in. Sunday school at 12 m. very
one Invited to attend.
Dundee. Fiftieth and Vnderwood. Grant
E. F'rher. Minister Morning service. II;
"Departing From and Returning to God."
EveuniK service, 7:30; "The Mirage of
Life." Christian Endeavor. :; " "So'
and 'Yea': When to Say Them. Pa. tM-17.
Mary Johnson, leader.
First I'nited. Twenty-first and Emmet.
A. C Douglas, Pastor Sermon topic, 10:31)
a. m., "Peace ami Good Cheer in Jeaos
rhrist." Evening sermon at 7:30 by the
Rev. William A. Pollock of South Omaha.
Bible school at 1! m. and Toung People a
Christian union at 6:30.
North. Twenty-fourth and Wirt M. V.
Hlsbee. P. IV. Pastor-Public worship at
r and 7:30; morning sermon by Rev.
W. X. Hslsey; evening Sermon by the
pastor; theme, "Christ's Joy In l's."
Sunday school st It m. Toung People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 0:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:4a.
Westminster, Corner Twentv-ninth and
Mason, Kev. Thomas H. McConnell, Pas
torAt 10 30 a. m, service of worship
with sermon on "A Soul's Vision of God.'
sabbaih school and Bible classes at 11
Westminster chapel, gunday school. 1:30.
Westminster Young People's Society
meetinc: 7 p. nv; service of Praise;
Sacred concert assisted bv violinist.
Clifton Hill. Forty-fifth and Grant,
Thomas B. Greenlee. Psstor Sunday
school, 10 s. m. Public worship. 11 s. m..
"Now We See as Through a Glsss
Darkly, But Then. Face to Face."
7:30 p. m.. "The Victor's Crown of Life."
Wednesday evening at I o clock. "The
Necessity of a New Heart" John lll:5-.
l,owe Avenue, corner Fortieth and
Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel McGlfren, '-
p.. Pastor Morning service at :; sub
ject, "Money and The Kingdom"; Sun
day school and pastor's Bible class at 13.
Christian Endeavor at 30. Evening ser
vice at 7:3u; siibjejct, "How Long Does
It Take to Convert a Man?" Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening, led by Mr.
Church of the Covenant. Pratt and
Twenty-aeventh; Charles H. Fleming,
Pastor Morning worship at 10:45, subject,
"How May I Know that I Am Saved."
Bible school at noon. In the evening
Christian Endeavor at :4S. Church
Service at 7:M. Suhject. "The Rich Young
Ruler." Wednesday evening the sixth les
son on Matthew. The next lesson will be
the eleventh and twelfth chapters.
First. Seventeenth and Cass: Rev. Msn
fred l.llllfors. Ph. P.. Minister Services
at 10 30. Sunday school at 1145. I'nlty
Fellowship at 7 80. The Woman's Alliance
will meet with Mia Uernura next
Wednesday at 1:30.
A lecture lo the deaf In the sign lan
guage, will be given by Prof. J. A. Gilles
pie st Bartght hall. Sunday at 4:30. The
subject will be "Thy Kingdom Come."
International Bible Students' associa
tion. Barlght Hall, Nineteenth and Far
nam Sunday at I p. m.. subject. "The
Manner of Christ's Second Advent;''
spesker, Alfred W. Rlemer.
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock the
Omaha Philosophical society will meet In
rt.riuM hall. Elshteenth aad Pernam
streets, to hear E. V. Oepeon discuss the
subject, "Law, Justice, and the Child."
People's Church. IIS North Eighteenth
Rev. Chsrles W. Ssvldge. Pastor Subject
at 11, "What One Man Can Do." Evening
ssrmon 7:45. subject "Should a Christian
Laugh?" Prof. Neater has charge of the
Y. W. C. A. Hetee.
Sunday At the vesper service at 4 30
p. m., Miss Strong will speak on the sub
ject, "What Lack 1 Yet?" and muslo will
be furnished by Mrs. Fred Kills.
Thursday the noon musical will bo In
charge of Walter Graham.
New classes were organised In all de-
Tpavtments last week. The change In
prices in the domestic science department
has made the department so popular that
more registered for the Thursday evening
cooking c;ass than the kitchen can ac
commodate. A new ciase In course I has
accordingly been formed to meet on Mon
day evenings at 410, and this class st not
Thursday the Hruby brothers quintet
of Cleveland. O.. gave two concerts la
the association auditorium under the aus
pices of the educauoual department. The
audiences were small, but the entertain
ment was one of the best that has ever
been given tn the association.
The D. A. B.'s gsve a leap year valen
tine party Wednesday evening, at which
some young men from ths Young Men s
Christian association were the invited
guests. About !') attended the valentine
party for the whole association Monday,
when Miss Odlorne. the secretary ot the
employment department, was hostess.
Miss Eva Morris, the secretary for uni
versities In the north central territory,
has been spending a few days In Omaha
and Bellevue. Her visit to the Omaha
association was in the Interest of the
It aim rig center students.
Y. M. r. A. Xetea.
On Thursday and Friday evenings of
nest week the members of the boys' de
partment ot the Young Men's Christian
sssoclatlon will give two performances of
their annual burlesque circus. The circus
grounds will be located in the main gym
taslum and the side shows In the auxil
iary gymnasium. The boys have gotten
together a mammoth menagerie and a
large number of up-to-date feature acta
One of these shows. T. Rusy Vsldt In
Darkest Africa." The performances begin
at 3 30. an opportunity, however, being
given to see the side show and menagerie
before the big tent Is opened.
A special feature has been s ranged for
ths Sunday afternoon men's meeting at
4 o'clock. T. B. Turner ot Corning, la.,
will present a gospel chalk talk. His sub
ject will be "The Bible Athlete." Mr. Tut
ner's talk is Illustrated throughout with
pictures that flash forth upon the canvas
as if by msgic from the point of a piece
of ordinary crayon. The meeting la open
to men. At 3 o'clock preceding the 4
o'clock meeting Dr. W. O. Henry con
ducts a rlaas In life problems tor men. A
great deal of interest has ben shown tn
Dr. Henry's -Isss. Seventy-five to 1IN
men are usually In attendance.
Wednesday evening, February 28, the
hoys' cabinet will hold Its annual dinner.
The cabinet Is composed of the members
of the bovs' department who are serving
on committees and wno are leaaers m
the various activities or that department.
Man With Prize Gall
Returns to Victim
Robert C. Prucsedow says ha has seen
some noted examples ot gall in his day,
but Friday he witnessed aa exhibition ot
that quality so supreme that he had to
call someone 'to fan him to keep him
"I was once Interested with some
Omaha and Council Bluffa people several
years ago In a Wyoming mine." aald
Mr. Druesedow. An employe ran off with
our payrool of I1.&10 cash.
"The fellow dropped out of sight and
I have not seen blm since until Friday,
when he dropped Into my office as though
nothing had happened and tried to get
me Interested In making an investment
" "Do you remember that ll.OOO?" I
" 'Oh, that's all right,' he said. 'A mere
trifle. Forget It. 1 assure you it had
quite passed out ot my mind.'
"I told him ths next train would leave
town In two hours and he had better
'git' He 'got' after vainly trying to
soothe my dssed faculties.
"I wouldn't believe a man with gall
IJke that, not If he were on hla.deethbed
and knew that he could live year by
telling the truth."
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