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bo rendered by tho large volunteer chorus,
SPECIAL MUSIC .At CHURCHES
In Song and Story, the' Story of the
Nativity Will Be Told.
ELABORATE PROGRAMS READY
Knrly Mass nt ihr' Catholic Honsea
at Wonhlp and Speolnl Serv
ice at All of the
All Omaha churches today win cele
brate the approach of Christmas with
special neniocs, iiermoriit on the Nativity
and music apropos the Yuletlde (icaoon.
Choirs of many have been rehearsing
Christmas muslo for several weeks and
the programs at many of the 'Churches
are expected to be aa pretentious an at
The majority of ministers, as Is usual
for such a day, will tell the ever new
story of the star of the cast, the shep
herds and the Babe In the manger, with
their Interpretations and the significance
of that portion of Biblical history.
The Catholic churches will have, special
Christmas celebrations and early morn
ins maas. The Episcopal churches will
have special services and extra '.music.
Sunday Christmas program at the. Bt.
Mary's Avenue Congregational church will
bo aa follows: -
10:30 A. M.
Organ Prelude March of the Magi.Dubots
Quartet The Iljrmn of the Angels.. West
Offertory Nocturne (organ and 'cello)
, ,,,,, Ooltermann
FOlcO. Holy Night ('cello obligate)..
Organ Postlude Hallelujah Chorus... ;
, ,, Handel
4:30 P. M. .
Prelude Andante (organ and 'cello)..
Quartet Arise, Shine, for Thy Light
la Come., Clough-Lclghter
Solo-The Virgin's Lullaby (from Tho
Coming of the King) D. Duck
Quartet-O, MtUe Town of Bethlehem. ,
('cello obligate-), ; Neldllnger
Hole Tho People That Walked In
Darknesa (Messiah) Handel
Of fertory Barcarolle , (onran and
'cello)' I. , Offenbach
Quartet Nazareth Oounod
luet O, Holy Light ('cello obllgato)
Miss Schwrfrtz arid Mrs. Miller.
Quartet There Were Shepherds. .Morrison
Postlude Christmas march ......... M erkel
The quartet: Miss Cora Schwartz, so
prano and director: Mm. Verne W. Mil
ler, contralto; J. It. Hopkins, tenor j J,
O. Jamleson, basso; Charles Lee Cocke,
Jr., organist; Miss Belle Von Mansfelde,
The choir of the First Congregational
church, under the djrectlqn of Dr. ,Kred
erio C Preomantel, will give a program
of special Christmas muslo at both morn-'
Ing and renlng services.
Organ Prelude March of the Magi
Anthem The Heavens' Allelulla
............. . Ieoncavello
Organ Offertory The Shepherds In the
Anthem Welcome Happy Morn
Tenor So'loWethUhetn. ,Bontock
Organ Postlude Christmas Morn Best
Organ Prelude Noel do Tocraeb.,..-..
Anthem O Holy Night ...,Adam
Quartet O Llttlo Town of Bethlehem
Anthem Lovely Appear Oounod
Soprano. Solo, Miss 'Dorrett Arndt.
Organ Offertory Pastorale Symplwny
Tenor Soto Sing Ye Heavens.. ..Mathbwa
Anthem Morn of All the HaDDlest....
, - Parker
Organ Postlude Hallelujah Handel
Miss Nancy Cunningham at the organ.
P'rogrow-for Hundoy-nlght ,at4h West
minster Presbyterian church!
Organ Preludc-iNoeX..: .....Merkel
Old Christmas Carol Holy Night
Processional Hymn No. 74 Harkl the
Herald Angels Sing Mendelssohn
Unlaon Song O Little Town of Beth
lehem.. . Bartlett
Anthem There Were Shepherds... .Marks
Choir Response Sanctua Gregorian
Anthem Lift Up Your Head... .Hopkins
Violin Solo Pastorale Schumann
Hymn It Came Upon the Midnight
Clear .' rvvillla
Choir and Congregation.
Anthem 6Ing and' Rejoice
Hymn Joy to the World Handel
Choir and Congregation.
Organ Postlude Festival March
The following Christmas program wilt
be' presented by the chorus choir of
twenty-five voices, at the North-side
Christian church, Twenty-second and
2xtbrop streets, Sunday evening at 7:90
o'clock, under the direction of Mrs. H. J,
JClrschsteln, organist, with Miss Jessie
Cady at the plana:
lTocesilonal, Hymn 772 Hark! the
Herald Angels Sing Mendelssohn
Hymn 108 To Us a Child of Hopo la
Anthem The Christmas Message
Miss Evelyn Hopper, with violin obllgato
and organ accompaniment.
Scripture reading and prayer.
Baritone Solo To You the Blessedness
He Bears (Holy Night). Brewer
Air. waiter uaay.
Alto Solo The Virgin's Slumber Sons
(Holy Night) Brewer
irs. -r. t wnes.
Silent Night Old German Melody
Anthem Hark! Hark. My Soul..
.Harry ltowe Shelley
Mr, James Knight and Choir.
Violin Solo Conzona Bohm
josepn wooiery. it.
Offertory Sentence All Things Coma
of Thee O Lord f.
Anthem Shout the Glad Tidings
Mrs. -. a. aiangum ana unoir.
Christmas Message Ilev. H. J. Ktr-
Chorus And the Glory (from Messiah)
llecessionai varoi, iiroiners,- Carol
(Old English Carol)
Mrs C. A. Mangum, with chorus sung by
uuvir iiviu ntuii i iRiinBi
Christmas service, 10:90 a. m., First
Presbyterian church. Seventeenth and
Dodge. Morning music;
Organ Pastoral Symphony (Messiah)
liymn joy to Tneei trie Lara is come.
Uuortet-Kvery Valley Shall Bo Kx-
jiymn Jiartci tne iieram Angeis King,
OrsarWTha Shepherds In the Field....
- Otto Mailing
olo Soprano Bothlehem ,.
' Homer M. Bartlett
Quartet-rP, Little Town of Bethlehem
'a-i.v v. Neldllnger
uran enrutmas rosuuae
William T. Best
Afternoon at .4 p. m. The quartet will
render - the btautlful Christmas cantata,
The Star of Bethlehem," by F. Flaxlng
tort Harker, arranged for solo, quartet
Organ March of the Magi Kings.. Dubol
DfMJV iniroa ucuon uareness ana Ught
Pat 1 1. "Prophecy of the Cominif."
Part t"Th Advent'
Pwr3.' "The Annunciation"
Kart ''Herod and the Magi
Quartet. 3ls Edith Foley, soprano;
3s. George Welty. contralto; George
Melikyre, bass; George Johnston, tenor
lad drct6r; Howard Kennedy, organist
Karfor4 United, Brethren, corner Nine
teenth and Lotlirop. University service
at W. a. tn. Sermon by E. J, Nlckersou,
associate jpastor. Community service at
I ft si "rh'e prince of Peace," A Chrlst
, piaa cantata, py Mrs. E. L. Ashford, will
.ed by .V. W. Bohren.
Full Chorus-Stng O' Heavens .... .
Base Solo The Htavenlv King
H. P. Winter,
Quartet and Chorus And There 8hall
Solo and Chorus-Fear Thou ot
Mrs. Stanley Green, soloist.
Contralto 8olo Hall Bethlehem
Mrs. F. L. Mouer.
Mrs. Dr. n. E. Marble.
Beading by Prof. Ernest Raymond
Mlsner, reader and Impersonator.
Male Chorus-O' Holy Night
Solos, Quartet and
Were Shepherds 5
Harry Matoush and Mrs. Effle B. Mapes,
Dutt Bright Star of Hope
Mrs. II. H. Smith and Mine Erna Norgard,
Male Chorus-March of the Magi, Dubois
Solo O' Blessed Lord
Mrs. H. P. Winter.
Full Chorus Blessed Be The Lord
Mrs. B. F. Bohren, accompanist. M. O.
Christmas musical service this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock by Immanuel Baptist
choir. Twenty-fourth and Plnkney. Bay
W. Ogden, director; Harold H. Thorn.
Organ, "Chanson Trlste"...Tschakowsky
"Praise to tho Lord of Harvest... Gabriel
"Joy to the World ' Adams
"It Came Upon the Midnight Clear"
"The Angel Song" Wilson
Offertory, "Largo" Chopin
"He Hath Dealt Bountifully".. ..Creeweli
"From .Lands Afar" Holton
Hymn, "Herald Angels" Mendelssohn
unoir ana uongregauun.
Sermon talk, "Christmas Blessings"..
"Baby of Bethlehom, Sleep". ......Loreni
Organ postlude, "Creation" Haydn
Bt. John's African Methodist Episcopal
church, Eighteenth and 'Webster streets,
at S i. m.
Paner UOy ouis
.Recitation Meivln Harrison
Duet Pearl liny ana iretio Newman
Bermonette ....Janies Lewis
Paper Gladys Hall
golo Minnie Wright
Paper .i W. fl. Metcalt
Anthem '...tr..;.....' cnoi.
Muato at Clifton Hill rresbyterlan
Organ Prelu'de.Joy to the World
Anthem Hark, the Herald Angels.,..
Hymn-Joy to the World
Response Christmas - Thanksgiving...
Hymn O Llttlo Town of Bethelahem.
Offertory Ilelolco Ye People ,.
Solo Qlory in the liignesi. uiory...miss
Mrs. lit it. man.
Anthem-My Heart Rejoices Ashford
Hymn O Come Ail Ye People.
Prelude Largo Handel
Itvmii Hark, tho ilcraia Angels bine
Anthem-Hark, the Strains Wilson
Hymn It Came Upon the Midnight
Response Holy Night Lorenio
Anthem Fairest Lord Jesus Ashford
Anthem-Ilcjolce Greatly.... Ashford
Rev. Thomas B. Greenlee, pastor; Mrt.
Will Reynard, organist.
Muslo for Sunday at Central United
Presbyterian church, Walter B. Graham,
HesDOnse Bow Down Thine Ear. .Herbert
Anthem Gloria Coombs
(With solo bv Miss Nevllda Moore.)
Contralto, Solo Hosanna Van, Alstyne
iuiss udi iruua jimui.
Anthem There Wcro Shepherds Gaul
(With solo ty Mr. uranam.)
Anthom Behold. X Bring You Glad
Tidings , .f .-...Barnby
(With nolo by miss uoris Duncan.)
Christmas services of Calvary Baptist
church. Twenty-fifth and Hamilton
10:50 A. M.
Organ Voluntary Sextet from Lucta.
Hymn IBS Joy to the World, the Lord
Anthem Chimes of Christinas Morn..
Offertory-The Birthday of the King
(arranged for organ)....
Solo The Glorious Morn ...Neldllnger
Miss siauoi mnion.
Hymn 1M Hark, the Herald Angels
Sermon The Universal Redeemer
Organ Postlude March Adam
7:S0 P. M. U1UUHTUAS UUNUKKT,
Organ Voluntary Nocturne Stelmmey
itymn iw -onie ah i i'huiuui
Sunday School Hymn 250 Peaceful the
Solo Oh, Holy Night Adolphat Adam
Miss Mabel Fulton.
Anthem Naroroth ..Gounod
Hymn 16 Angola, Irom the Realms
Sunday School Hymn 253 Waking Out
Solo The Virgin's Lullaby.. Dudley Buck
Aiiss l'Qiin nwarcz.
Sunday School Hymn 256 Mighty God
and Prince of Peace... f
Anthem While All Things Were In
Great Silence Thomas Adams
Hhort address by pastor. Lnlr K nr."
Hymn 171 As With Gladness Men of
uia , ,
(C it t rr
At St. Mark's Lutlieran church, Twen
tieth and Buredtte. this morning at 11
the chorus choir will sing "The Christ
mas Message," by Dressier, and "Hark,
Hhrk, My soul," ny Harvey Rowe
Shelly. In the evening at 7:30 the fol
lowing Christmas program will be ren
Only 2 More
Days to Buy
Great lots of women's
silk and chiffon wnlsts
at Just one-half price.
Great lots of women's
long kimonos and
lounging robes at just
Made fresh every day
Special prices on
candy in boxes.
Magnolia leaves In
wreath, potted Poln
BettaB, etc., for Christ
mas decoration Cut
Plan to do
in the Morning
or in the
Evening if You
Let us help you make your gift buying quick, easy and satisfactory.
BMMBH"IKa mmmmmmmmmmm ssmsmshssbwsim mmmmamm
The little time you have left-to buy presents will be ample if you bring your list Monday to
The STORE THAT HAS EVERYTHING
Tte largest stocks, the. most convenient arrangement, the perfect system. Don't try: iowprry out your gift
problems at-home. Cbme here and decide. Spend an hour here and you will find a
... , score of suitable presmts for everybody yoit wish to remember.
MONDAY WE PLACE on BIG BARGAIN SQUARES in TOY LAND
Thousands of Up-to-Date Toys, Dolls and Games
At ONE-THIRD to ONE-HALF REDUCTION
We positively will not carry over any article in our toy department after the holidays. In order
to sell everything in stock quickly we place thousands of children's holiday gifts on big bargain
tables at tremendous reductions. These toys cannot last long at the prices we will sell them Monday.
Extra Special Purchase of 4,000 Pieces of
Silver Hollow Ware, Silver Tea Sets and Dishes
Sugars and Creamers, Sandwich Plates, Bake Dishes, Casseroles, Bon Bon Dishes, Fruit Bowls, Etc.
Bought From CHARLES WOLFSON, 451 Broadway, New York.
In this immense purchase are all the finest grades of Quadruple Plated Silver Goods such makes as Hermati
Mfg Co.,Reed & Barton, Knickerbocker Silver Co., Etc. Every piece is of high qtiality and fully guaranteed.
On Sale Monday and Tuesday at Less than
This is the opportunity of a lifetime, coming just before Christmas. These handsome silver pieces make the
?nost exquisite gifts imaginable. Never i7i our history have we offered such bargains in silverware. Thousa7ids of
pieces go on big bargain squares and tables at prices that represent just a fraction of tlie actual value of the goods.
In 5 Big CI AA frl QQ AO OQ Aft QA Aft On Our
Bargain Lots $I.UV-$l.30-$.a Main Floor
Choice of Any Silver Plated Toilet Set or Military Set in Our Stock Monday at
Ys Off On All Our Regular Gold Filled Jewelry, Cuff Links, Stick Pins, Bracelets, etc.
yz OFF ON ALL SOLID GOLD JEWELRY.
Kxcciiting Diamond Set iowelrj'.
y4 OFF ON ANY LEATHER BAG IN STOCK OVER $1
y4 OFF ON ALL STERLING TOILET WARE
Toilet Sets and Manicure Sets.
i3 OFF ON FRENCH IVORY TOILET ARTICLES.
And Leather Traveling Rolls, on 'Second Darguin Square.
Beginning at 9 otclock Monday Morning, for Ono Hour, We
Will Sell 800 Pairs of Our Women's Crochet Slippers
Made from fine Zephyr yarns with Lambs' wool soles, roll tops or
collars, with spring heels or uo heels, in all colors or combinations
and all sizes for women, misses and
children positively worth $1.25 and
$1.50 a pair on sale, at the pair
Carol While Shepherds Watched
Their Flocks by Nluht Tansur
Psalm and Gloria Patu.
??!P?.nBlY., p!au?""V.:'Vv: First Lesson
"While Shepherds Watched Their Carol-Songs of Praise the Angels
Flocks" Ilrmular Snntr (with nrinn MVinDhOny)
Hymn 110-Joy to the World Handel ...QeorBe K. Whiting
"it came upon me aiianight Clear".. Second Lwson U!VV. v.
Il&minnn.l Uirnl Crnillpd In a. Manner.. .Old English
ISarltone Solo To Tou the Blessedness Devotional. Carol Holy Night. Peace-
He Bears (Holy Night). Brewer nil Night - Anon
Alto Solo The Virgin's Slumber (Holy Tho feeven-Kold Amen..... W'i1;
Nignu urewer Organ Pastoral Bympnony... ...... ""
March form..' .....Oullmant
Mlsa Carol 'Marhbff, organist and 'direc
Hymn EB-Come Hither, Ye Faithful.
"Silent Night." German melody
Hark, iiaric. My hou .. tiarvey 11. Sliellv
Ut, Miss i(aonei tinuius.
The Sunday school of Plymouth Congre
gational church will give a cantata on
Monday evening and enjoy their Christ
mas tree on that time.
Offertory Anthem Noxareth. . ....... ...
KecesslonaV ' Hymn-Hark 'the Heralil
C1UUHTMA8 UA.L .
First celebration of the holy communion
at 6:30. Second celebration ol me noiy
communion at 8. Morning prayer and
third celebration, with sermon "j-
AUllvuyn. Ufc . . ... -
v. i "... i ii . r OnmA All e
Views, sermon, songs and selections will 1 iJhfuT Heading
be given on Bunday evening at Saratoga The Venito. ??vey
Congregational church. Twenty-fifth and I Gloria Patrt
Aitim avenue. A'e ue ileum in u...
The CaateUar Btreet Presbyterian
church. C. C. Meek, minister, will have Anthem While
its morning service and the Sunday
The Jubilate tn D eu
Hymn-O Uttie Town oi Jcl",v""A't,,e
SheDhe'rds " Watched
TliMr Vlicks bv Night e
school combined and the Sundiiv m-hnni a nVhi'.!ljunV. o Heavens..
nhHilmii nmrrim will h . .,1 IXJUra
The Sunday school will also give a nro- " it:... nf orv... T Bmart
gram Christmas night. December 25. at I
7:5. It is requested that articles of cloth. Musical Drosrani to be given Christmas
Ing, groceries, etc., be brought, so that morning at 10:30 o'clock ar.the church or
others may be remembered at this Christ- the Good Shepherd. Twentieth and Ohio
Christian Endeavor at :tS p. m. and
evening service at 7: p. m., with spe
Processional-"Hark the Herald Angels
Hymn-"it Can'e "upon ' tlie .Midnight
Christmas music at Trinity cathedral Amnom- wnue Bnep""u" .." Bhackley
Bunday afternoon before Christmas will! Sursuml cprdaahd Banctus.
consist of special evensong and Christ-1 Cenedlctus. ' .
mast carol service and sermon by Dean t-ommumon Jiymn ure" v
Tancock. Program; .TTnmNTVLVsti Uoskerck
poSe,;l0.na, Hymn-O Come All Ye Itecesalonal "AngeU from the Itealm
Heading' of Olory" .
Organ Postlude Grand chorus Jn
Lord's Prayer, Creed, etc
A children's' service will be held at St.
Paul's-' Lutheran 'clvuvch, Twenty-Eighth
and Paker;st'reets,''Rev. 13. T. OttoV pas
tor. The program -will , be given 'In both
German and'-Kngllsh By tho children of
the parochial, and Sunday schools and tho
mixed cholri' Some of tho numbers are:
"Come Hither Ye Faithful". .Congregation
"Joy to the World" Children's Chorus
"Unto Us a Child Is Horn".. Mixed Chorus
"Silent Night, Holy Night"
Children and Choir
"O Tannenbaum" Congregation
"Ihr Klnderteln'ICommet"... Children
"Ks 1st Eln Hos Entsprungen"
Angels' Song'"..,;,. .....Organ and Violin
In the morning service December 25, at
10 o'clock, the choir -will sing:
"Uns 1st ElnvKlnd Geboren" ,
Ilanders "HulleluJah" chorus OncHn
Evening service In English- December
Z at 7:45 o'clock. The choir will sing;
"Behold the Messengers, of Glory"..,,
Christmas mush at'"'the North Pre
byterian church today will consist of
the following numbers:
10:30 A. M
rreiuaeuanto iteiigtoso Barnes
Jij'JllIl .-u. ii uuy iu lllQ WOriU
Anthem Festival Te Deum in E flat,
Offertoryp-Violln.'' Deuxlemo Canion.
Ytta O-iolIn).. d'Ambroslo
Athem-'Uehdld, ' I Uring You Good
names .. , Edwin A. Plar.
Postlude Triumphal March Faar
. ' ' - 7:30 P. M.
Prelude Legendo ... .Donner
Hymit No. 74 Hark, the Herald Angels
Anthem Glory to God in'the Highest.
i '. Caleb Simper
Anthem Tlie Ulrthday of a King....
Offertory Uerceuse Mauser
Anthem Nazareth Charles Gounod
Hymn No. 73-Oome. All Ye Faithful.
Postlude In D flat Ceuffens
Stephen Barker, eoprano: Mrs. E. F.
Williams, alto; Carl J. Ochiltree, tenor;
E. F. Williams, bass and director: Miss
Irma Book, organist.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal
church will have the following program:
Prelude Prayer and Cradle Song
Anthom There Were Bhepherds (With
solos, soprano and tenor) Hpence
Miss. Ethel Yost. E. h. Mauer.
Solo Light of the World Adams
Dr. Jennie Collfos.
Offertory Nocturne D Evry
Cjumtet il uma umni i" jhuimsuv.
Miss Ethel Yost, Messrs. Mauer,
Foster Chapman, Kratz.
Anthem-Night Song of Bethlehem
(with solos, poruone ami suynuuj;
br.' Jennie Collfara Charles Lang
Postlude March Merkel
Prelude Question and Answer
Anthem The Night song or uemie-
Dr. Callfaa. Mr, Lang and Choir.
Solo The Babe of Bethlehem. ...Dresaler
Miss Ethel Yost.
Offertory Postoral Symphony,,., .Handel
Duo-The Birthday of a King (Two
Dr. Callfas and Miss Yost
Solo The Glorious Morn Neldllnger
Anthem-O. Holy Night (with soprano
Dr. Callfas and Choir.
Postlude Chorus of Shepherds. Leminens
Miss Florence Peterson, organist; Mr.
Lee G. Kratz, choirmaster.
The Christmas .services at theTThurch
of St.. Philip the Deacon will be the mid
night mas at 12 o'clock-Tuesday night;
holy communion at 7 i..m.; full morning
service with sermon. at 10:30 a. in.; even
ing prayer at 6 o'clock,
T. J. Collar, rector of the Good Shep
herd, on "The Incarnation."
The closing sermon of the series of spe
cial advent sermons at the Church of
The services ut the Third Presbyterian
church, Twentieth and Leavenworth, will
be of unusual Interest tomorrow. Rev.
A. B. Marshall, D. D., will preach an
appropriate Christmas theme. Muslo will
be rendered by Miss Hazel Evans and a
young people's choir.
V. W. C. A. Notes.
The Bunday afternoon vesper service
will be held at 4:30 o'clock Inl the audi
torium. There will be special Christmas
music and, Instead of the usual address,
a vlctrola concert. Following the ser
vice there will be a social hour with re
freshments. All vounc women are cor
dially Invited. Strangers In the city arc
urged to come and spend their Sunday-
arternoons with us and learn to know our
Owing to the holidays there will be a
vacation in the educational, gymnasium
and domestic science departments until
January 6. The bulldlnic will be closed
all day Christmas.
V. 31. C. A. o(r.
O. B. Towne, secretary of the Commer
cial club of Council Bluffs and formerly
editor of the Nonpareil, will speak at the
Young Men's Christian association on
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
theme of his address will - be "Boy's
Work." Christmas music will be fur
nished by Master Henry Slivers, the well
known boy soloist.
The Public Speaking club will meet
Thursday evening, December 25, at S
o'clock. The subject for discussion will
be "The Past and the Future," or the
work of 1912 and prospects for 191S. The
speakers for the evening will be Albert
C. Itothery and L. C. 8hoels.
Classes in the night school had their
last meeting on Friday jilght for two
weeks, No classes will meet until Jan
uary 6, except the class In salesmanship,
which will meet on December 30.
annual apw icari revepuun m me
Young Men's Christian association. Tflt-
usual feature of basket ball, boxing.
Philip the Deacon will be delivered wr.t"n5' .'"' Jd...BIranTastl.,.Y,n
ostiuae in u nat Ceuffens : . " , , . . be put on In the gymnasium. In addition
Those comprising the choir are Mrs. i Sunday afternoon at 5 o clock by Hev, to tnese tne Te, Jed gkoj of tht,
Bohemian Turners will give an exhibi
tion of their work. Exhibitions will also
be put on In the swimming pool and the
game room. The dormitories will be opon
for Inspection and visiting; the educa
tional class rooms will have demonstra
tions of work done In the night school
and an entertainment will be staged In
the assembly hall. In the cafe there will
be an exhibition of office appliances
similar to the one of last year that was
so popular. The whole building will be
open on New Year's night and all people
of the city are Invited to come.
The Bible classes will meet as usual on
December 2", but will not meet on the
following Monday night.
The boys' gymnasium classes will meet
In the morning during1 the two holiday
weeks instead of tn the afternonn.
Dr. F. P. Ramsay will speak on "The
Philosophy of Uergson" before the
Omaha Philosophical society Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock In Barlght hull,
Nineteenth and Farnam streets.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ,
Twenty-fourth and Ohio, Elder Paul N
Craig, Pastor Sunday school. 9:43 a. m :
preaching. 11 a. m.; CUon's Rellglo and
Literary society, 6:30 p. in.; Sunday school
Christmas entertainment, 8 p. m.
First Reformed, Twenty-third and
South Central Boulevard. C. M. Rohr
bough, Pastor Sunday school. 9:13 a. m.j.
divine worship, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.:
"Christmas Messages" will be subjects
of sermons. Christmas exercises by the
Sunday school will be held on Wednesday
evening, S p. m.
People's. Charles W. Savldge, Pastor
Services in the morning at the Gaiety
theater at 11. subject, "Tho Modem
Christmas;" evening, services at the Peo
ple's church, sermon Illustrated by mov
ing pictures; Sunday school at noon:
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor at 7 p. m. Prof. Mertes has charge
of the mutlc.
Grace United Evangelical, Corner Cam
dn Avenue and North Twenty-seventh,
Thomas M. Evans, Pastor Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
? aiJP':, Young People's Society of Chris
tIanbndeavor, 6:15 p. m.; morning theme,
'"The Anthem of the Skies;'' evening
theme, "A Christlets Christmas. The 8un
"Ji001 w' Elve the beautiful cantata.
"The Story of the Star."
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