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Sunday School Leaders
1510 Douglas St.
1 I want to sell off
I all spring and
I summer woolens
? before invoicing
I offer S25 coat
and pants to order
$17,50? S30 coat
and pants to order
i $22.50 S35 coat
i and pants t order
Perfect fit guar
jLlacCarthy-VfUsoii Tailoring Co
04-8e Bowta SlxwenU St.
Knows Ah of Hat Making,
I Cleaning and Repairing to
I the Minutest Detail.
DRESHER BROS.' IDEA
brought to Omaha and li Piling Ilia
.5 Art io the Window of the Im
i mense Drcsher Cleaning
5 A lot of "hall dead"
traw hats are
in Omaha this
going to coma to we
i,The weather-beaten, dilapidated, and
lime yellowed bate thatyi'va hold ovar
from last summer, need not be cast In
te furnacs, but may now be turned into
tunning creations If left to the hands
c't the German bat expert now employed
at the Dry Cleaning- and Dyeing estab
llihmeat of presher Broa at 2211-2214
Jarnara St. On aha. '
Notice, the window as you pass; ace
the world's waster bat restorer engaged
In his interesting work right In one ot
the show windows In full view of the
audience, as it were.'
jrhls Oerman expert will restore your
old straw hats to almost the same con
dition they were in when originally
ntircliased; ha will clean them to a
glistening, white; he will roblook them
ii necessary and will even retrlm them
If you wish.
Any work he undertakes will b guar
anteed by presher pros, and it must be
borne in mipd that this new hat depart
Went Is not a temporary one, but will
regain a feature of the vast Dresher
Cleaning business in the future also.
Dresher Pros.' Perman expert will do
a magnificent Job of cleaning on a
straw hat for 50c, for Jl he will clean
and black a straw hat, while (1.10 ex
.ponded here meana that your hat will
ba cleaned, blocked and even trtn-tned.
8o you see t pays to put an old straw
hat is condition rather than to buy a
- T wAti mt ia ft Via nrmiA rtnaxikaeu-tr nt m.
valuable Panama hat this is the proper
place 'to bring it for a complete restora
tion; Dresher's expert will clean and
block it for tUO, and guarantee the
j -work absolutely.
, Straw hate may be left at tha plant
of at the Dresher branch agency Jo the
i Pom pc lan room of the Brandeis stores
,o at Dresher The Tailors, 1515 Farnam
'Bf.' Phone Tyler 1398 or Auto A-2225
for more detailed information. Dresher
pays express one way on all out-of-town
shipments amounting to 1 3 or over.
: i ! "RATTLE CAP"
will make Ants disappear
j from any house within
I twentyfour hours .
f;At Grocers and Druggists
3 -y 1
BIG DELEGATIONS COMING
Hundreds of Sunday School Work
ers to Be Here This Week.
OPENS WITH A BIG CONCERT
Convention Will Ba Held In the
Aadltoriam and Prominent
Men Will I-fad la (h U
More than 1,200 Sunday sohool workers,
superintendents and special lecturers will
be In Omaha ths week to attend the
annual convention of the Nebraska Sun
day School Teachers' association.
Arrangements for their eiitertftlnmant
and reservations for them while here
have been made. The Young Men's Chris
tian association has installed a rooming
bureau to secure boarding places for the
delegates. The convention will begin with
a big concert in the Auditorium tomor-
row night, q which a chorus of l.OOO
voices will participate. The convention
sessions will be held In the First Meth
odist church and will last from Tuesday
until Thursday night
The program of the convention follows:
10 Meeting of state executive commit.
TUESDAY AFTERNOONCOUNTY OF-
2 Song and prayer: symooslum on
county rallies; York, Mrs. E. Bradwell,
iora; nammon, r. a. Hurt, Aurora;
Gosper, li. B. Murray, El wood; Cedar,
Rev. H. O. Langley, Laurel.
2:40 County officers at work; Burt,
Rev. R. W. Tavlor. Tekamah: Merrick.
John Skiff, Central City.
uenerai discussion ana business.
THREE SIMULTANEOUS INSTITUTES
2:40 to 5:15 Eighth annual elementary
division institute, Miss Margaret Ellen
Bivni), aia.ie upnnnisnasni, presiding;
theme, "The -Work and the Worker?'
wxi. m rather workein n tnerto and
I work," John 6:17. The work! "The
Work with Home and Parents." Miss
Anna Leaner, Lincoln; "The Work with
Elementary Offloera and Teachera" Mrs.
C. E. Weidner Carleton; "The Work with
the Whole School," Mrs. P. J. Fink,
Holdrege; "The Work with the Church,"
Miss Harriet Hood. Omaha; "The Work
Between Sundays,' Miss lake E. Kirk
Patrick, Lexington; "The Work with the
Child, "The Head," Miss Mattia AUoe
Hanthorn. Lincoln; "The Hand." Mrs.
Emma S. Edgerly, Omaha; "Tha Heart,"
Miss Rulth Eastarday, Lincoln. The
worker; ''The Worker's preparation, Mrs.
H. O. Langley, Laurel; "The Worker's
Recognition." Miss Nellie Klmberly, Lin
coln; "The Worker's Reward," Miss
Mary Elian Foss, Blair. At 1:15 the an
nual elementary council will be held, Mrs.
C W. Little, Lincoln, presiding.
SECONDARY DIVISION INSTITUTE.
1:40 to 6:15-Mrs. W. E. McCloud, state
2:40-''Our Standard," Mrs. W. E. Mc
Cloud, York. '
8:66 "How to Handle tbs Boy and the
Girl." Mrs. Joel Stahley, Mllford.
4:05-"Oraded Lessons," "Preparation of
Teacher," John L. Alexander, Chicago.
4:25"Actlvlties ot Organized Class,"
Miss Mayme Diener, Syraouse; Mrs. E.
D. Kesler, Clay Center.
4:0-"Records end statistics.
5 Questions and answers, L. C. Ober
ADULT DIVISION INSTITUTE.
1:40 to 6:1SW. H. Klmberly, state su
8:40 "increasing the Membership."
"Making the Class Attractive," "Making
the Class Helpful," "Making It a Soul
Winning Class," "Keeping up a Fra
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1.
President George G. Wallace, presiding.
S Opening chorus. Lee G. Krats,
5:20 Devotional; "The Keynote," George
G. Wallace, Omaha, president Nebraska
State Sunday School association.
8:30-"The Reward of the Teacher,"
Prof. E. L. Rouse. Peru, president Ne
braska Educational association.
ft "Organized Work," J. Shreve, Dur
ham, Chicago, superintendent home and
visitation department, International Sun
day School association.
9:80 Naming of committees.
WEDNESDAY FORENOON. JUNE 11
8-rAdult division conference, W. H.
Klmberly, Lincoln, presiding. Questions
answered by W. C. Pearce, Chicago, In
ternational adult auperlntendent; general
Bible study. W. C. Pearse, Chicago,
associate general secretary, International
9:80-Roll call of counties snd presenta
tion of banners, .
10 "Tha Sunday School the Dynamic o(
Religious Education;" "Education," W.
C. Pearce; music,
ll:30-"A Lesson or a Ufa." Mrs. An
toinette A. Lamoreaux, Chicago.
WEDNESDAY NOON, JUNE It.
Elementary division luncheon, followed
by conference. Miss Brown, presiding.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE &
1:30 Song service.
' 1:40 "The Need," John I Alexander,
ChlcaRO, exnert worker with boys.
2:10 "The Teacher's Relation to the
Community," James E. Delsell, state su
perintendent of public instruction; music.
1 60-" Visitation," J. Shreve Durham.
8:30 Temperance hour. Rev. B. F. Fell
man. Omaha, state auperlntendent tem
perance department, presiding. Lecture,
Miss Marie C. Brehm. Chicago, scientific
temperance lecturer; conference.
4:80 "The Bible in Action," Mr. Pearce.
BETWEEN SESSIONS WEDNESDAY
7:15 Missionary conference, Mies Brown,
state superlntemnt, presiding. Rev. Fred
G- Paton or tne New neonate win speax.
WEDNESDAY EVEN1NU, JUE 1,
S Chorus, Lee Q. Krats, director.
S .WThe Heart of a Girl," Mrs. Lam-
ft "The Boy," Mr. Alexander.
THURSDAY FORENOON. JUNE 20.
s Pastors' and sunorlntendenta' con
ference, Rev. H. G. Langley, Laurel,
I 30 Teacher training conference. Miss
Nellie C. Klmberly, state teacher train
ing superintendent, presiding; general
9 Bible study. Mr. Pearce.
9:30 Presentation of denominational
field men in Nebraska: American Sun-
Ida School union. Rev. J. IX Buckley,
l . V - "
Omaha; Presbyterian, Rev. Ralph H.
Houseman, Omaha; Baptist, Rev. J. D.
Collins, Lincoln; Christian, U C. Oberlles,
Lincoln; congregational, itev. . J. v.
lWFlrat the Blade," Mrs. Lamoreaux.
11:10-" Soul Winning," Mr. Durham.
' THURSDAY NOON, JUNE 90.
Secondary division luncheon, followed
by conference. Mrs. W. E. McCloud,
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 20.
l:40"The Social Service Work of the
Sunday School." L. C. Oberliss. Lincoln.
presiding. Pr. D. E. Jenkins, Omaha: J,
Bhreve Durham, Chicago; muslo. i
a "rrooiems oi Ten jtars, Mrs.
3:30-"A Boy's Religion," Mr. Alexander.
Recreation hour provided by Omaha
THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 20.
8 Chorus, directed by Lee G, Krats.
8:30 "Winning and Holding Boys In the
Sunday School," Mr. Alexander.
9 "rne Adu t Class in service," Mr.
Pearce; closing- words. President Wal
Employed Workers Margaret Ellen
Brown, general secretary; W. H. Klm
berly, financial secretary; Nellie C. Klm
berly, office secretary.
Local Committee Thomas T. Bturaess.
chairman; Stanley P. Bostwlck, Frank
e. Mayer, i, rred omlth, George a. wai-
State Association Officers. 1912 Presi
dent George O. Wallace, Omahai vlee
president, E. j. Wlghtman. York; record
ing secretary, O. C. Westcott, Platts
mouth: treasurer, George E. Tobey, Lin
coln. Executive committee, 8. J. Wight
man, York, chairman; George G. Wallace,
Omaha; C, C. Westcott. Plattsmouth;
John D. Haskel . Wakef e d: Oeorce E.
Tobey, Lincoln; Bert A. Wilcox, Omaha;
L. C. Oberlles, Lincoln) O. O. Snyder,
O'Neill; J. S. Dick, Crete. Board of direc
tors, term expirations, 1912. J. F. McLucas,
rairoury, u. J. on y a or, Lutein; w. K.,
Nichol, Mlnden; J. R, Hanna, Greeley;
L. P, Gage, Fremont) 1913, Rev. H. G.
Langley, Laurel; H. Lomax, Broken
Bow; L. B. North. BrldKCDort: J. F.
Smith, Omaha; F. A. Burt, Aurora; J.
p. pick, Crete; JM4, W. D. Wright,
Columbus: Prof. F. M. Gregg, Peru: J.
V. Haskell, wakoireid; E. C. Babcock,
Lincoln; L. C. Oberlles, Lincoln; B. A.
International Representatives Oeorca
G. Wallace, member international execu
tive committee: L. C. Ober lea. Llnroln.
alt?mate; B. J. Wlghtman, president
math district. Department superintend
ents, elementary, Margaret Ellen Brown,
Lincoln; secondary. Mrs. W. E. Mc
Cloud. Lincoln adult, W. H. Klmberly,
Lincoln; pastors, Rev. p. B. Ralston,
O'Neill (resigned); teacher training. Miss
Nellie C. Klmberly, Lincoln; temperance,
Rev. B. F. Fellman, Omaha; missionary,
Margaret Ellen Brown. Lincoln; home
and visitation, W. H. Klmberly. Lincoln.
raimew, rratt ana Fortieth Avenue.
Charles H. Fleming. Pastor Bible school
at 1:45; aternoon "Worship at 8, subject,
"Some Bible Prayers." On Thursday
evening the subject will be "gome of the
e-vus or our t,uy ana mow to correct
Chureh of the Covenant. Pratt and
Twenty-seventh. Charles H. Felmlng,
Pastor Mernlna worshls at 10:45. sub.
Ject, "Some Bible Prayers." Bible sohool
at noon. In the evening at 7 tha En
deavor society, and at 7:45 the annual
Children s day exercises. Wednesday
evening the subject (s, "Answer to
FORMER KANSAS DEPUTY
SHERIFF ADMITS CRIME
CRESTON, Is,, June UW(SpeclaJ.)-Giv
Ing himself up as a fugitive from Justice
Harry George, former deputy sheriff nf
Wellington, Kan., Is being held here, wait
Ing for the sheriff from Wellington,
where (is Is wanted en a charge of em
benlement. George walked up to Chief
of Police Exllne here last night In a
restaurant and told him his story and
asked to be taken Into custody. He says
his action Is the result et a letter from
his wfe at Manhattan, Kan, asking him
to do this, serve his time and then come
home to her and their child.
George stated be had been engaged In
the lnsnraee business at Wellington
after the expiration of Ms term as deputy
sheriff and had collected many notes
from farmers about there (n payment
of their premiums. These be bad made
out to him personally, which he later
cashed at one of the banks and then left
the town. He says he came hero about
April 1 and secured employment as a
laborer on the paving contract, but quit
the work aoon and went to work on a
farm near the city. He says he came
here several times with tha expressed
determination of giving himself up to
the offcers, but his nerve failed until last
night Tne Kansas sheriff is expected here
this morning for the man.
Kay. taj the BltutKj.Bee Advertising.
Monday Will Be the Biggest and Best Day of
OUR TREMENDOUS SALE
The enormous business we have done since the opening Of this sale is
convincing proof that no July clearance was ever distinguished by more
or greater bargains. We are determined to close out every gar
ment in our store, no matter how great the loss may be.
Now is your
Misees Tailor-made Suits, Coats and
Dresses at half and less. If you have
not as yet attended this great sale,
you will do justice to yourself by com
ing to this store MONDA Y
1510 Douglas St. ORKIN'S 1510
STATE'S ENDEAVORERS MEET
District No. listens to Addms by
Jtev John H. Andress.
FINDS THAT MEMBERS ARE LAX
Gives Fire Reasons Why They
Should Make mmi Keep Pledae -Committees
(or Session Are
The second annual convention of Dis
trict No. 3 of the Nebraska Christian En
deavor union began last night at the
North Presbyterian church. Twenty-fourth
and Wirt streets.
The delegates were given Inspiration for
a good gtgrt In the work of the conven
tion by a sernson by Rev. John H. Andress
of Weeping Water.
Rev. Mr Andress delivered an Interest.
ing and inspiring address from the topic,
"I Promise Him," giving and elaborating
on five reasons why Christian Endeavor
ers should keep the pledge of their or
"In going about from place to place
and working with Christian Endeavorers,"
he began, "t have found alaxness among
some In their regard for the importance of
the pledge. I always have admired tha
greatness ot the founder of the Christian
Endeavor movement, rtpt only because of
the great work which he inaugurated, but
because he was inspired by a pledge to
God, a pledge of which he felt tha neces
sity when be made it compulsory for all
who would belong to the society.
"As thki discussion is rather iq the
nature of a sermon, I shall take as my
text, Jeremiah 1:6, 'They shall ask their
way to Zion, with their faces thitherward,
saying, come, and let us Join ourselves to
the Lord In a perpetual covenant that
shall not be forgotten.'
'There are five reasons why we should
make a pledge, an iron-Clad pledge. The
first one Is that there can bo no develop
ment of character without a sense of ob
ligation. We must be held in restraint,
must be driven along given path, must
come under discipline before our char
acters can be developed."
Comparison to Flowers.
To illustrate bis point tha minister com
pared . the wild prairie rose wiy? scat
tered leaves and broker) stalk to the
American Pcauty, which by restraint and
disciplining care had been evolved Into
the magrllflcent flower.
"The second reason why we should keep
the pledge," said he, "Is this: Every
blessing we ' have, all the blessings of
God, are based on promises made to Him.
The Lord is not going to pour Into your
life the spirit of the grsces until you are
willing to give something to Him.
"The third reason is that God wants to
know upon whom He can definitely
count He wants to carry en a successful
conquest until every knee shall bow and
every tongue confess, It is to serve His
purpose better to have His soldiers
banded together In allegiance to Him in
this great army, the greatest of all
"The fourth rason: After all, we all
belong to Christ. And the fifth reason Is
that the pledge Is made on the condition
that He will give you strength to fulfill
At the first session of the convention
last night G. M. South mayd conducted
vesper services. The address was made
by Herman Ohlswager, president of the
Omaha Endeavor union, to which response
was made by C. W. Anderson of Irving,
Willard Slabaugh offered a beautiful
solo The wonderful acoustics of the North
Presbyterian church lent splendor to the
song. i '
The meeting elosed with the appoint
meat of committees.
IOWA FARMERS INSIST
17-YEAR LOCUSTS HERE
CRESTON. la., June . -(Special.)-Mrs.
Fred Edwards of this city returned
yesterday from Woodhurn, where she
visited and brought back with her speck
mens of seventeen-year locusts. Mrs. Ed
wards says they have not attacked the
corn in that vicinity yet, but the trees
are full of them and when they are
Shaken the locusts swarm from them in
great clouds. Each Insect brought here
Shows a distinct "W" on each wing
which the superstitious, claims means
war. A farmer living north of this place
says he saw locusts by the thousands a
few days ago as he was coming from
his home to this city.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
Movements of Oeeaa Steamers.
Port. AfrlwS. al!4.
KBW YORK LuilUaia .rliUit,
BOULOQMC Fated ue.
ST. M1CHA8LS. .. Canoefe ,
NEWPORT NEWS StralUurt.
LIVER POOL, Adriatic
TRIRSTA M. Waahtnitoa..
GENOA Duca tfAoeU.
1 ROTTER PA M.j.. V1MJ,, Campaaello.
chance to buy
The exact weight, guessed by Mr. GL Woos, 836 $outIi 19th Street, won the
Columbian Brand DeLuxe Tuftless Felt Mattross
Exhibited in the window of Rubel Furniture Co.
Columbia Brand Felt
mattress perfection. Doctors endorse them and Omaha's leading hospitals give them
preference over all others. They cost you $2.00 to $7.00 less than others, J
Nr. Henry Lauer
Wins the Imported Vase
Offered, to the closest- guesser to the number of perforations In
the square of tin-shown in the window of W. R. Mathews" book
Actual Number of Holes. .29,156
Air. Lauer's Guess 20,000
The Carter Sheet Metal Works
Metal Cornices, SkJ Lights, Ventilators, Steel Ceilings, Fire
IP INTERESTED N OMAHA MADE GQOPS
See our cornice and sheet metal work on the Byrne-Hammer Bldg.,
the New Court House and the Hoagland Bldg., at 16th and Howard.
Our Telephone Number, D. 002. 110-12 South 10th St.
MR. R. C. NICHOLS
f 3320 N. 24th St.
Wins the $35 Brick Mantel
OFFERED AS THE CLOSEST GUESS
TO THE NUMBER OF BRICK CHIPS
SHOWN IN THE WINDOW OF BARKER
BROS. PAINT STORE, 1609 FARNAM
Actual Number of Chips - - 642
Mr. Nichols Guess was - - 639
HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK CO,
FACE BRICK SPECIALISTS
330-2 Bee Bldg. Plant, Avery, Neb.
Each Other and
Both May Die
HAMBURG, la., June 15.-(Speclal Tel
egram) John and James Hunter, broth,
ers, each shot the other, probably fatally,
hers yesterday as the result of an altar
cation tha cause of which they have not
John Hunter, 43 years of age, and
James, ten years his junior, each in
herited considerable property from their
father and John took better care of his
share, engaging In the livery business
here. James has been working for John,
but was discharged this morning. As
the result ot threats made, John Immedi
ately had his will made and attested
and bought a revolver.
The two brothers were found shortly
after neon la a shed an the barn prem
ises engaged In a pistol duel by Millard
Coolidge, proprietor of the Millard hotel,
and by a commercial traveling man.
When the battle ended James was shot
once through the abdomen and John
through the lower breast, ranging down
ward, and In an arm and leg.
Both are married, John having a wife
living here and James a wife and one
child. After the battle eaeh man began
calling for his brother. Money matters,
it is aald, formed the principal topic dis
sussed during frequent altercations.
Prssnlt Wrek Balldlaara
as completely as coughs and colds wreck
lunge. Cure them quick with Dr. Ring's
New Discovery. 60o and LOO. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
class Womens' and
Mattresses, 4 ' made, in Omaha, ' ' represent the highest degree of
LET US DO YOUR
Put the steaming, perspiring and back-breaking
drudgery of th dreaded washday up to us. When you
consider the MONEY, cost of soap, starch, bluing and
coal or gas to say nothing of the labor and the time
of standing on your feet all day ,
It will be more satisfactory and cheaper to send us
your household washing, such as 1
Bed Linen, Table Linen, Towelo
Wearing Apparel, Etc.
6c a pound-weigh up your next lot and see what
we can sav you. ,
aUa UbTRF. RT.ITP VACANC
Aitmha fJ sk. 6
THE CROWN PIPE WFC. CO.
The disnlay of the Crown Pipe Wg.
Co. during the Manufacturers' display
week, occupying the corner window of
the fry Shoo Co., corner loth and Doug
las streets, waa one of tha prettiest of
all, and attracted , greaj; deal of at
tention. The guessing contest was very inter
esting and several thousand guesses
wore made; four contestants were tie on
the nearest number ot pipes In the dis
play, but as all tickets were numbered,
the two first being declared the Win
ners: Mr. W. M. Rhyn, Uity Lake St..
first,- and Marshall Jameson, 1321 South
31st St., second. Mrs. L. Barnes, 1508
North 16th St. and A J. Petersen, ISiO
North 3 2d St., were the other close
guessers and the grown Pipe Mfg. Co.
will make them a present of a Crown
Pipe if they will call at the office, lit
South 16th gt
KX9TOXT OP TVS CXOWV PtPZ
The Crown Pipe is an Oir.aha inven
tion which has met with a wpodertui
suecess all through the United States
and Canada. The company -was organ
ised in 190. The output of Crown
pjpcs during i9U was nearly ioo,uoo.oo
and this year will nearly double the out
put. The reason of this phenomenal suc
cess is that the Crown Pipe Is built on
scientific principles whereby all tha
nicotine and gallva Is collected in an
aluminum chamber or receptacle whlon
prevents it from coming in contact With,
the briar wood, ot which material all
Crown pipes are made."' A line of Meer
schaum pipes will be added In the sear
Thousands of men who have been con
firmed cigar and cigarette smokers lii
the belief that they could not get a pip
which would not burn the tongue, have
been converted to the Crown Pipe by on
trial The Crown pipe can not burn tha
tongue; can always be kept clean and
has no offensive odor, no complicated;
parts, no wads, ns cotton to absorb the
nicotine.. The simplicity of the combi
nation of fresh briar, aluminum and
solid hard rubber or amber prevents tha
pipe from being saturated with nipotine
The Crown Pipe is sold In all cigar i
stores at the popular price of SOo for
the standard line; fancy pipes up to
If your favorite cigar dealer does net
handle the Crown pipe do not allow htm
to sell you another pipe made in an east
ern sweat shop, but demand an Omatia
made Crown pipe, or call at the Crowa
Pipe office, 115 South lth Street, sec
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