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Trrrc omaiia suniuy bee: February n, mi3.
with Sermons Touching His Life.
HOWELL ON SABBATHLESS MATT
llj-ilrr on roller Problem nt I'rst
ConRrcBn t lunnl Church Grnnil
Armj- Vnllt nt AVnlnnl
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST WtrW!- Ws1 jSSa-
XU11UU n uni Vl iiliwi l hui. h will preach at night Hlble school
- i At noon. Young people s meeting At 0 JO
i. . t.i- ti i ...,., i Wednesday, 8. midweek devotional service.
dimmers uvc uowu auuivumij ; ra,VR,y r.nc,. Thlrty.fourth and
Heward-undy. 3:30. IMble school.
Thursday, 7:30, midweek service.
North Hide, Twenty-second And tthrop.
II. J. Klrschsteln, Mlnlr ter Morning serv
Ice. 10:30; Mlble school, 1: Christian Hn
deavor, 0:11: evening, '30.
Hrnl, Twenty-sixth and Harney, A. D.
Harmon, Pastor Morning worn hip, 11.
Subject, "The Wounds 111 the Hands. '
Kvenlng. 7:30. Subject, "He Shall He
Called Wonderful." Hlble school, :5
Christian Hndeavor, 6.3).
Saratoga Amos Avenuo and Twenty
fifth, V. W. Isavltt. Minister-Sunday
rcliool at 2 p. m.; service At 3 o'clock,
ulth sermon on "The, American Sub
bath." 8t. Mary's Avenuo, James Alexander,
Jenkins, Pastor Sermon at 10:30 by Ilev,
J. V. O'llreln of Kansas City; men's
forum at noon, speaker, It. C. Craven!
Plymouth, Twentieth and Spencer,
Frederick W. I,eavltt, Minister Sunday
school at noon; preaching service at 10:SOj
aubject, "What's the Uood of Hundny7"
Youiik people h consecration meeting At
6:30; special evening service at 7:30, ad
dressed by Ilov. J. X. O'Brien of Kansas
Klrst, Nineteenth und Dnvenport,
Frederick T. House, Pastor Morning
worship at t0:3a Subject, "The Philosophy
of the Secret IMacu." At noon Commis
sioner Ilyder will nddrcss the business
men m class, Citizens Invited to the west
parlor. In commemoration of the ap
proaching birthday of Abraham Lincoln
an Illustrated lecture with stcreoptlcon
will be given upon the early life of IJii.
coin In the evening at 7:15.
St. Matthias, Tenth and Worthlngton
O. B. ' Southworth, Hector Holy com
munion at 8. Sunday school nt 10. Morn
ing prayer und sermon at 11. Evening
prnyer and sermon nt 7:30.
All Saints. Twenty-sixth and Dewev
Avenue. T. J. Mackay, Hector Services
on Hunihiv. 7:30. U and 7:30. Wednesday
at 4. Fridays at 4 and 7:i. Subject of
morning sermon, "ine uounus of uoa.
Church of St. Philip the Deacon
Twenty-first near Paul, Hev. John Albert
Williams, Priest-Holy communion at 7:30
matins aim minimy scnooi at o:sa; litany.
holy eucharlBt (choral) and sermon at
"Life of Unctrtn" will be the subject of
rernims of several Omaha ministers to
monow. Wqdnftwlay lielng the annlvor
sary of Lincoln birthday. Many other
ministers will draw leeeons from the life
of "Honest Abe" In sermoiw a week from
Dr Frederick W. iavltt of Plymouth
CrTgiigatlonal church Is organising n
partv to tour northern Kurope noxt sum
mer, following the route of his last sum
mer s trip, and planning to reach Zurich,
Switzerland, for the opening of the
world b Sunday school convention In July.
City Commissioner John J Kyder will
address the business men's cIbhs of the
Sunday school of First Congregational
church, .Nineteenth And Davenport streets,
lemurruw noon He will consider the prob
lems a police commissioner Is expected,
to solve. Hev. Frederick T. House, paslor
of the church, will give an Illustrated loc
ture on "The I,Ife of Abraham Uncoln"
at 7. IS In the evening.
Rev W. Jasper Howell, pastor of the
rirst Baptist church. Harney street and
I -ark avenue, Is one of the Omaha mints
tors who will speak for more general
Babbath observance tomorrow. At 10:30 In
the morning he will preach on "Men In
Omaha Who Are Without a Sabbath."
Members of the OrAnd Army of tho He-
public and thfi Woman's Hellef corps are
Invited, to a special Lincoln servlos to be
held at tho Walnut Hill Methodist church,
Forty-first And Charles streets, tomorrow
evening. The story of Lincoln's early life
will be told by storeoptleon and Conrad
Mcintosh will gtvo a fife nolo.
The Baptists over the northern part of
the country will conduct a two days' cam
paign on February 18 and 17, the purpose
of which Is to raise 5,000,000 to bo used
In benevolences and to foster educational
work. The conferences that are to be
held In Omaha on thos days will be
Addressed by Hov. Dr. A. W. Anthony of
the Foreign Missionary society, Ilev.
John M. Dean, pastor of the Second
BAptlst church In Chicago; Hev. C. W.
Hit tings of St. IxjuIs nnd Hev. D. D. Mills
of the state missionaries, Dasldcs these
sneakers thero will bo a number nt
Others nnd tho pastors of all the local
churches will oxchango pulpits.
Hev. C. N. Dawson, pastor of Dloti Me
morial Methodist church, Tenth and
Worthlngton streets, will preach oh "The
Life of Lincoln" tomorrow evening at 7:39.
The seventh of tho series of lectures by
Frederick A. Stuff, associate professor of
English language and HterAture at the
University of Nebraska, at the II rut Uni
tarian church will be given Friday oven.
Ing, February 14. The title of the leoture
Is, "Dl Amlcls-DId Ha Understand the
Boy Problem?" , ,
Rev. (leorgc Jack Is preaching a series
of sermons to young pcoplo on Sunday
evenings At the Third Presbyterian
church, Twentieth ! and Leavenworth
streets'. The theme for tomorrow evening
Is, "The Kind of Girl a Young Man Falls
In Love With."
First. Harney Btrcut and Park Avenue,
Rev. w. Jasper Howell, Pastor Morning
worship at 10:30. Theme, "Men In
Omaha Who Aro Without a Babbath."
.Evening worship nt 7:30. Theme, "The
'Father's lioundUss Iive." Young
people's meeting -at 0:80. Wednesday
night prayer meeting ut 7:4S.
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Pltiknoy,
Rev. J- Bcott K be r sole, Pastor Mervlcof
at 10:30 and 7:30. The pastor will preach
At botlw services. Illblu school ut noon
Ilapttst Young People's union at 6:30. Mid
week meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.
Calvary, Twenty-fifth nnd Hamilton,
Rev, E. R. Curry, fastor Services at
JOHN A. SWANSON,
CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
WE L. HOLZMAN,
TVTaO"3T5r A this great sale starts anew. You must see the values this sale af
i.YJL'L- JLJ 1A JL fords to realize the full force of remodeling sale reductions. Enormous crowds at
tended Saturday, the opening day. We must expedite the work of installing our beautiful new equipment. The
work once started must bo rushed to completion and tho new fixtures will never see a dollar's worth of this
season's stock. The shrewd buyers of this community will see to that. Join tho throngs that will be hero Mon
day. Save more than you have over before saved on fine merchandise.
of men's and young men's suits and over
coats, cravenettes, trousers and full dress
and tuxedo suits! Our high grade Winter
All Men's $10.00 to $35.(W Suits now $5.00 to $17.50
All Men's $12.50 to $50.00 Overcoats . . . .'.$6.25 to $25.00
All $25.00 to $40.00 Full Dress Suits. . . .$12.50 to $20.00
All Boys' $2.95 to $9.95 Knickerbocker Suits $1.48 to $4.98
All Men's $15.00 to $30.00 Cravenettes . . . .$7.50 to $15.00
All $15 to $30 Medium Weight Overcoats $7.50 to $15.00
All $2.50 to $7.50 Trousers, Half Price $1.25 to $3.75
All Boys' $2.95 to $9.45 Overcoats, now at $1.48 to $4.73
Men's Furnishings Sale. Extensive Remodeling Forces Great Reductions
$2.00 Shirts at
FOR men who know an ex
traordinary bargain In
shirts. Amorica's beBt Ex
cello, Faultiest! and Columbia
shirts, up to $2.00 values at
II. evening prayer and sermon
Church of the Good Shepherd, Twen
tieth and Ohio, rtev. T. J, Collar, Hector,
Jioiy cuiiuiiuniuij, o n. in. i ouhuui
school, !:45; morning prayer, litany and
sermon, 11 a. m.j evening prayer with ser
mon, 7:30. Lenten services, Tuesday und
Friday, 1 p. m.i Wednesday, 8 p. m.
St. Paul's, Twenty-elBhth and I'arker,
Ilev. K. T. Otto, Pastor Service at id.
I!vfttil n tr Tntn unfinn i-i I i TCntrlluti ntid
holy communion at 7M5. Sunday school Central Boulevard, C. M. nohrbausii,
In Ifnsll.h n 11 .in i..t,.rHtin1nv aohnol at 9:(5. DlVlno WOT-
draco Hnnllsh. Twenty-slxth. between "ULSF.nlot? WeacEiE
I'oppleton and Wool worth. Clarence N, h islun .vor at J. W
Twentieth Conturv" ut TM. a. unrvlcn In
souk. Lenten service. Wednesday at 8. UnUrd Presbyterian
Sunday school at 10. irirnt Ttvntv.flrt And Emmet. A. C
m Bt. Mark's Kngllah. Twentieth and Bur- Douglass, Pastor-Publle worship and
dette, Or. L. Oroh. Pastor "Sunday prcachlntr at 11.80 and 7:80. lilble school
T . . . . . .... . . . . . . v. ......... . I . . , I. Vm.n.v hnnnlal' 1m tl .1 (1 infl t.r.
jiivutuvii, uaine ana victory ai 11. ui i.
"Itolnarkuble Providence" at 7i0. Hun- enco meetinB nt bwu.
day school at A:4V Vnuntr Pconls's Chris. UnltArlnn
llan Kndeavor at 0:45. Cateshlsutlon Krl. I Clmt. Hvnntf enth and Cass. Mantrrt.l
day at 4 and 7;80. Ulllefors, Minister Services at 10:45, sub-
Kountse Memorial, Farnam Street and Jcct of sermon. "Trouble In Teriuii . f
Twenty-sixth Avenua." Ilev. Dr. Oliver Ute." Tho.annual banquet has been post
Men's lj(l.SO (Hovcs, Kid and
Capo, silk lined or un- qj;
lined, sale price. ..... 2OC
Men's 81.00 Neckwear, wide
range of fine silks. Re
modeling salo price
Men's $3.00 Hats at $1.85
Clearing the cases. Men's soft
and stiff hats. Our $3.00
values, sale di QC
prico P 1 OO
f?!J.50 and $4 Union Stilts, Su
perior, Muldoon's etc., (t - 95
all go. Salo prico. ... P 1
$1 nnd $1.25 Union Suit. A
startling sale. All
sizes. RcriTodellng sale
Neckwear values that will Ho you t this store. Off
High grade OOc neckwear, choice at mOC
for Men and Women
$3.50 and $4.00
HIOH-erade sweaters, Byron
and Ruff neck collars,
gray, maroon, blue and navy,
83.50 and 84.00 sweaters, sale
Ualtily. Pastor-Mornlnif worshlo at 11. poned until March, put tho annual meei-
subleot. "Tli. TrrUilii Tnmntatlon." Ing Will Ue neia weanesoay oveunitt,
fniiiM .L.vv.ir, o,.t,i,.., Hir.u. I Kubruary 13. as scheduled
You Sinned Hi Hln nt n.sih." Riindnv I MUcellsineons
school at 10. Luther league at 7. Hpeclal International Dlblo Students' ABsocla
Lenten service on Wednesday evenlnK Hon. llarluht hall. Nineteenth and Far
at 8. nam Meeetlng every Sunday afternoon
Methodist. at I o'clock
Pearl. Twenty-fourth and Larlmore, 3. JMUott Holbroo will, give the second
Franklin linn. I'n.tnr Mnrnlnn- n.rninn I nt his series of lectures on the symbolism
at 10:30, subject, "A Great Contradiction." of the Triangle on Sunday ovenlng at 8
evening sermon at 7IW, subject, "quit o clock in room su. uaiange- wena ouna
xou liko aton." ing, TWenUetn ana uarnam,
Oak Street, Twentieth and' Oak, Rev. rtev. Charles W. Savldgo will speak at
T. C. Webster. Pastor The Pastor will h navatv theater Sunday morning: sub
preach at I0:3t, and ItsV, W. F. Kirk- iBOt ixi tho Dead iJver Iteturn .to This
Patrick of Houth Omaha, at 8, Ulble WnrM At 7:80 n. m. Bvansellst Dell
school at 8. Young People's meeting. at 11 snuak at the People's Church, 518
i. iiio revival mcpMnBs are uevciojiina iJorth Eighteenth sUoet.
gieav inieres,, anu w.ii conunu. nexv Tnealer ,n America." will be the
- rrH,...,..rt.. m t ,i. subject for discussion before the. Omaha
mor.: W7 w. 'hitman.-PastorSund'aV rfZrt in bright hST. NlneteenTh
ff!82 . 5r."b ?W'" woffWR t t ?L n 0MghLocherty win V
tain K'r.n.Co7 th-o HaWa Von A&y wi ''v the ares, a which the sub
present tho "Lite of the Late General will be thrown to debate and speaK
llnnft, n.ff.ni... r.r H.iu.ttnn a mu nrn anil eon may takQ the Iioor.
Special music will be rendered by ladles Reorganised Church of Jesus Christ of
u inu outraiion jimr, I Latter uay rainio. ihwiwiuuimi
Trinity, Twenty-flrst and DInney- Ohio The regular , lUttrterly Jntmnw
MlimlriL- inrvlfl. ul UfVl- Klln.lnv .nhlwil llf t llO NorthWCStCm Nebraska dlBIHCl
di 12 in.; upwortn, leagui) a,t
evihing service at 7:80. Mr Joh
irtmrnn i m riAiimir Airitri day school at 9:4 a. m. Public worship
AhTA Al iMJUIH UfflAHA JSpworth. league meeting at 6:30
Hootor Holds Key "to Situation in
K0W RULES AS POLICE BOARD
If He Cnn DHny Appointment of
Member In Place of Those Ousted.
He Will Control issuance of
With Tom Hoctor as autocrat of the
Fire and Police board In South Omaha,
tho question Is' asked, What will be tho
disposition of the gambling houses, big
and little, that have been operating In
South Omaha? In connection with this
point It has been given qut by a promi
nent cltlxen that Hoctor will have to ap
point two men to the places vacated by
Ryan and Plyonka without delay, or he
will find himself la court to show cause
why ho does not. It Is' being , urged by
Hoctor that he will have to gt tho ap
proval of the city council for the new
Republicans of ,tlic city say they would
not have the plnijes under any considera
tion. Dut the objection generally voiced
by republicans and democrats alike Is to
the alleged statement of the mayor that
he will not appoint before election time,
If tho election Is to be in May. It Is re
called that If tho election Is to bo In May
and Hoctor still continues tho Fire and
president Omaha district Upworth
win spfax at
ay sonooi u ... . .. -i - mm iiuuiyr bwii uuimuuea uiu uuu
th leaue day morning, preaching at 11 ft. m.. 2:30 to hold up any licenses until after elec
r..' t. tn. nnd R o. m. IUIlgtO society at 6:80 n ,Kii, .ft-r ,
evening service. Dr. I P- m. and 8 p. m. ,". iu "on, Which occurs somo days after the
thod St I. m. iiino win "o -H" 1 ..i li.v. i i
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Tho Pyramid Drug Co., 471 Pyramid
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In a plain wrapper, a trial package of
M. 11. William, nastor First Methodist 1 P. m. Thero will be
lJplscopal dlilirch, will deliver his cele- are welcome.
urateu illustrated lecture on "Samaria'
next Tuesday evening.
Wnlnnt Mill t.V.r,-ll rh1.a
. ...... .. vn, (ia I iv, vimiiva.
William lluyers. Pastor The castor will
iicnx on - uur interests in ine uouin,"
which Is license day In
first of May,
V. M. C. A. Notes. oouin umana.
T. -vnii Mn'n Christian association Church Services
will hold an open house for the men oi Dr, Wheeler's morning topic, "The
iv, iini, Tionlflo tinflilnuarters Thursday I Church R Witness fnr thn Ulble."
I nnthlehntn Pmsbvlrrinn church. 1E7
at 10:80. Sunday school at noon. Ep. -Vudenti council of tho night school South Twenty-first street, near I street,
YS&I JW: Ll& A at 6 Emanuel J. Kalllna. minister. English
K fcrt" l ,fi "WJ!! i.nJ5 :ii.f'i Vi.n S;Stnt mshl." on Fb- itrvlceJ! Sunday school at I0I45 a. m.
q uranu Army ot ine itenuuna man i is wnrnns uu n . . r.. ... - o.
and .Woman's Relief Corns women to at- "How to Choose a Wife." is the subject fZ 7.
i r rui nr.ninfr nnn mnrnmir ..riMnii. m .1 1 . . . i . .1 n .m . n nr. nrnn nm uiun 1 -
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Plerco. P on Sunday afternoon at 3 o cloca. . w. u.
N. Dawson, PastorHunday school at 9:80. Henry, teacher of tho class, will nave
Mormon at iu:u, subject, "ine Fourth suggestions on mo iruo memo m
Commandment." Epworth league at t:80. rlage.
This will be a service In the interests! n... i r rnn.iiai f th vinit Pres-
of tho, Froodmen's AM society, a meet-I hv(,rinn 'ehurch. will speak at the Sun-
1.1?...w,llu)" 'aner. The pastor wl j' " ;f ..moon meetings. Following his
u-ciure on. Apranam uncoin" ZI, in.h.m ui l served In the
p. tn. Rov. J. W. KlrkDatrlck. nastor.
First Baptist church, Twenty-fifth anil
II streets, Rev. C. T. Ilsley, pastor. Bible
school at Si to a. m. At 11 o'clock the pas
tor will preach his farewell sermon: sub
ject, "Elements of True Manhood."
Young People's meeting nt 0:30 p. m.
Hillsdale Ulble school, Forty-third and
I streets. Sunday school at 2:30 p. tn.
Rev. C. T. Ilsley of the First Baptist
church will preach at 7:30 p. m.i subject,
"iio uelteia a Man."
.Magic City Uowlinic Lcneue.
Name. 1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Vosa 112 173 1S1 446
Kail 189 137 1U 417
Spovcen ....ISO 122 231 DM
Ham 207 17S ISO m
Vollsteadt 184 150 171 603
utlSO. l'riivftr mi.tlnir. wndnrinv iv.n. I
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m.. .i. ii,. i,-.,.n-.i, 1.,... v.i.,. I Th. ! tn riu nnd steam engineering
evening, t'eoruurj it. naa iu unv imiuii uutoj
class will meet Monaay uuu iituucrjui.
I'rcsii) terlan. I .., i,. -,n hnv for In-
..'!1J!,S-S!eB.,f4n.,.h ffi.Jt..w" .trocton. A"a Kotp of the Union Pa-
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In electrical ennineerlnff will
I . n. . I .. . . .1 ml.n4nii aitanlliim
Castellar Street. C. C. Meek, Minister- "leV 'iB "'i , Mi5.v And
Thursday as previously announced.
v.u.ivi(nr u.icvii v.. v. w.cn. ,iiiiuar,i:
Cervices at 10:30 and 7:48. Sabbath schojl
at 12, Junior Kndeavor at 1 Christian
Knacavor at 0:45. Prayer meeting Weunes
Henson. A. J. McClunc. Pastor flnnds
scnooi hi iu. Aiormng worship a
Christian Kndeavor at tr.SO. Evsnlns
shit) at 7.30. Midweek servient V1n.1.iv
at i o'clock. I Some sixty men attended a reception
Central United. Twenty-fourth nnd I nd farewell dinner at the Young Men's
iSttflnW.if.'-.nKrr: V.f,'lf?.l-orS!.n? Christian association last night In honor
cation. Ulble school at noon; young peo- ' Frank M. BTockman, general secretary
inn ii.ruiinu uv u:i p, in.; evening wor- of the Young Men s unnsuan association
Ship at 7:80. I au..1 Xtnm. nf lh.nl w.ra M
at 6:30 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednosday
at 7:so p. m. .
Sunday school at Baptist Brown raric
mission house at 0:45 a. m.
First Presbyterian churoh. Twenty-
third and J streets. Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11. Dr. Wheeler's
subject will be, "The Church a Witness
for the Bible." Young people's meeting
at 0:30 p. m, Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
United Presbyterian church. Twenty-
third and II streets Rev. W. A. Pollock,
pastor. Bible school at 9:46 a. m. PUblto
worship at 11. Subject, "Christian Educa
tion." Young People's Christian union
meets at 6:30 p. m.: Miss Ruby Wright,
leader; subjeat of lesson. "Christian
Zeal." The subject or. tne evening nour
worship. "Ananias and Sapphlra."
Jrlrat Metnoaist cnurcn, uaa renows
hall, Twenty-fourth and M streets. SUn-
Totals 602 7S1 907 2,660
Name. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Flltcher 160 189 171 640
Cooley 199 1S6 1S2 067
Martlnovltch 1SH 158 155 4
Kennedy .....244 19J 193 642
LcPlnsKl ..... 172 1DU 179 u4w
Totals 950 Q1S SSO 2,754
JUnKlc Cttjr Gossip.
Mrs. Fred Miller has returned from
Carthage, Mo., where she visited with
Miss Ola Alsworth left Thursday for
Hyanius, Neb., whero ah will visit for
some time with friends and relatives.
Mrs. M. F. Munson entertained a
number of friends at cards Friday after
noon. Decorations were In pink and
white. Seven tables of players were
Tom Larkln, manager of the oleo
margarine department at Cudahy's, fell
and broke his leg yesterday morning
while gottlng oft a street car at Thirty
third and Q streets.
Unola Dave Anderson was reported In
a very weakened condition yesterday.
At times the patient Is said to rally for
a few moments but for the most part he
is In a semi-conscious condition.
All members of Upohurch lodge No. 2
Degree of Honor are requested to meet
at .Brewer's chap"el, Twenty-fourth and
M streets, Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock
sharp to attend the funeral of Bister
Sorenson to be held at Albright Metho
dist church. Bister lodges Invited. Mar
garet Steele, recorder.
The funeral of QeorKo A. Hood, who
was shot and killed a tew days ago while
on duty at the Union "Pnclrlo station at
Miller, Neb., wltl be held this morning at
10 o'clock at Brewer's chapel to Bellevue
cemetery. The dead man is survived oy
his father, A. II. Hood of Bellevue, and
his brother Io Hood ot QUraore.
The Bo u am a minstrels company will
show at the South Omaha High school
auditorium this evening, Paul McCauley
and Uhler jonn tiriggs ana .their news-
hov friends will Ha irueita. SrwArGlirn
Commander 5. C. Root and Colonel B. W.
Jewell or the Woodmen or the World,
ana Mrs, Km ma Manchester and Party
of the Woodmen Circle will also be
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Falrvlew. Prtttt Street and Vnrtleih
Avenue. Charles II. Flemlnr. Pastor
Bible school nt T45 and afternoon wor-
snip at a. guuject. "foundation Stones.'
un Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock fit.
fourth lesson on the Book ot Acta at
tno nomo ot u, r iiaschKe.
North. Twenty-fourth and Wirt M v
Hlgbec. Pustor Public worship at 10. JO
and l.so, themes, "The Perfect Out ot tno
Imperfect, and "A Banner for lounir
People," Sunday school at 11. Young Peo
ples nocieiy i nnauan r.nueavor at :j0.
rrayer mreuau Wednesday evening.
Third. Twentieth and Leavenworth. nv
uuomo jbck. t'asior Hunaav urrmni nt
90. lublte worship and sermon at 10:45,
inemv, x aui n n ori wisn tor ine Tnei
salonlans." Christian Kndeavor at 6:30.
Kvenlng worship and sermon at 7: JO,
theme, "The Kind of Qlrl n Young Man
Falls 111 Love With." Singing by ch-irna
Church of the Covenant. Pratt and
Twenty-seventh. Charles II. Fleming,
Pastor Morning worship at 10:45, suo
Ject, "Foundation Stones." Bible school
at noon. Christian Hndeavor at 6:45.
availing worship at 7:30. topic. "An An
cient Guide Post." On Wednesday evening
at 3 o'clock the fourth lesson on the
Book ot Arts.
Clifton 11111. Forty-fifth and Grant,
Thomas B. Greenlee, Minister Publla
worship at 10:30 subject, "Divine Lovo
and Chastening." Evening service at I.Vi,
sermon subject "All These Tilings Shall
Be Added Unto You." Bible school at 12.
J Christian Endeavor at 8:30, subject. "The
deal Christian. His Zeal. Meeting for
prayer and fellowship Wednetday at
I Lowe Avenue, Corner Fortieth and
monoias. iicv. oainanioi Aicuitrin, o. v.,
' Pastor Morning service at 10i30, subject,
I I'.u.c.ies Call to the Young: ' Sun.
day school at 12. m.; Christian Endeavor
at s anu i p. m.i evening service at 7:45,
! aubject, "The Power of Prayer:" prayei
I meeting Wednesday eevnlng at 8 o clock,
ltd by Mr. Wootan. subject. "Fifty New
. Members on Baster Sunday." Tha old
members should all be there.
I First, Twenty-third Street and South
friends or co-workers ot Mr. Urockman's
when he was second assistant to Genorat
Secretary F. I Willis In Omaha and vthe
occasion was marked by the spirit ot a
Mr, Brockman, who left Omaha nine
years ago, has spent the last seven at
the head of u growing association work
In Seoul ,to which, after a year's fur
lough, he Is returned, accompanied by
his bride, who waa a former Omaha girl.
being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, F
L. Willis. They left Omaha for San
Francisco last night.
George Gllmore, president of the local
association, presented Mr. Brockman after
dinner and he gave a very Interesting
account of the work In Korea, where he
When cross, sick, feverish,
tongue conted or bilious
givo delicious "Syrup
Motherl look at the tongue! see It It is
coated. It your child Is listless, drooping,
isn't sleeping well, Is restless, doesn't eat
heartily or Is cross, Irritable, out of sorts
with everybody, stomach sour, feverish.
breath bad; has stomach-ache, diarrhoea,
sore throat, or Is full ot cold, It means
the little one's stomach, liver and 30 feet
of bowels are filled with poisons and clog
ged up waste and need a gentle, thorough
cleaning at once.
Qlve a teaspoonful ot Syrup ot Figs,
and In a few hours the foul, decaying
Say Good-Bye to
George W. Oraig
Employes of the city engineering de
partment, prominent engineers of the city
nnd personal friends of George V. Craig,
resigned city engineer, gathered at the
Paxton hotel last night ahd with a pro
fusion of best wishes bado him good-by
nnd wished him all sorts of success In the
position he takes as city engineer of Cal
gary, Alberta, Canada.
Thirty men were present at the Informal
luncheon, and all personally expressed to
Mr, Craig the hope that lie would meet
with success. Scott King, tho director
of ceremonies, said ho knew Craig would
make good, for ho had lots of ability, and
thero was unanimous assent.
"I want you to understand, however."
said Craig, "that Omaha is my home and
I expect to come back sometime. I have
many good friends hero and I sincerely
appreciate what they have done for me."
He then paid a trlbuto to Andrew Rose
water, foimer city engineer, under whom
he worked, saying he had Inspired him
to make good. He spoke with enthusiasm
of tho big work ahead at Calgary.
At the conclusion of the speech-making
George L. Campen, Craig's assistant In
the engineering department, presented
him as a gift from his friends a beautiful
set of diamond cuff links, tlo clasp and
stickpin. A resolution was adopted as
Whereas, Clrcumstunces have arisen
which prompt our able and efficient city
engineer, George W. Craig, to resign his
position; and, '
Whereas, Iio has accepted the position
of city engineer ot Calgary, Alberta, Can
ada, which presents a wider range and
broader Held ror his professional ability;
and, while we sincerely regret to lose his
companionship, professional services and
mlvlna In thn Mtv of Omaha, wh eiuinnt
help but rejoice over the recognition he
has received, ana uaigary is to De con
gratulated in securing his services; there
fore, bo it
Resolved, That we, his personal friends
and co-workers, recognizing the Irrepara
ble loss to Omaha In his departure, ex
tend to htm our hearty good will and best
wishes for the success so Justly due him
In his chosen field of labor.
AT ANNUAL MEETING
Seven new directors were elected oy
the Omaha Manufacturers' association at
the annual meeting held last night,, at
the Commercial olub. They were: F. hi,
Sanborn. G. H. Kelly, F. & Knapp, A. C
Scott. T. B. Coleman, W, J. Monaghan
and A. W. Gordon. The former six were
elected to serve two-year terms. Gordon
will serve one year, the unexpired portion
of the term of David Cole, who resigned
from the presidency of the association.
F, H Sanborn talked on "Nebraska
Made Goods." Other speeches were by
John VT. Stelnert of Nebraska City, and
F. I. Ringer of Lincoln, commissioner ot
tha Nebraska Manufacturers' association
Stelnert told of the needs of the small
manufacturer and said It was the duty
of every community to protect the Infant
Industries. Ringer talked on co-operation.
It was suggested at the meeting that
manufacturers should oppose minimum
wage scale for women and the pure goods
constituted matter, undigested food and
and three other Americans with eighty iOUr bile will gently move on and out of
native Koreans constitute the starr. The Ua little bowels without nausea, griping
Japanese government, he said, as well as or weakness, and you will surely have a
their people and the Koreans generally,
are cordial friends ot the association.
enough so to help out financially.
BUFFALO COUNTY CLERK
TO CARRY OUT BALL'S IDEA
t..... ir r. ,.,' ,i, .... . Figs handy. It Is the only stomach, liver
Jesse H. Dean, county clerk at Kearney, howe, ' M .nd ru,utator nt.ita
r.as announced to the Commercial dub
well and smiting child shortly,
With Syrup of Figs you are not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, stnna and aromatlcs
It cannot be harmful, besides they dearly
love its delicious taste.
Mothers should always keep Syrup ot
that he will endeavor to organize the
eounty clerks of Nebraska and work ort
the plans of agricultural development p it
forth In the speech made beforo the club
by Bert Ball of -Cnlcago, secretary of thi
Improvement committee of the National
Council of Grain Exchanges. He will
and bowel cleansed and regulator needed
a little given today will save a slek
Full directions for children of alt ages
and for grown-ups plainly printed on the
Ask your druggist for the full name,
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir ot Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co.
take this means of getting the work b. I This Is the delicious tasting, genuine old
fore the farmers of the state and wut reliable. Refuse anything else offered.
co-operate with Secretary Ball. I Advertisement.
CENTRAL LABOR UNION
PICKS CHARTER .WRITERS
C L. Bhamp, T. P. Reynolds and J. 11.
MUrphy were endorsed by the Central
Labor union for the charter commission
at the meeting ot the central "body last
night at Barlght'a hall. The committee
appointed to look after the bills pending
before the legislature In regard to labir
affairs made a brief report-
The body voted against the exemption
law now before the legislature. Routine
business and reports of committees took
up nearly the entire evening.
James W- Munn, for years a resident
ot Omaha, but now assistant general pas.
senger agent of the Northwestern in
Chicago, u here caning on ixjenaa.
Founder day at Crelghton university
was commemorated yesterday with .i
solemn mass of requiem nt St. John'.
Catholic church, Twenty-fifth and Call
fornla streets. Rev. A. R. Wise. S. J., Jl
Crelghton was the celebrant. He was
assisted by Rev. P. A. Flanagan of Holv
Angel parish as deacon and Rev. S. A
Dowd of Holy Family parish as sub
deacon. Rev. James W. Steneon wus
master ot ceremonies.
Several members of the Crelghton
family and numerous relatives wero
present, while tho students ot tho Arts
department attended In a body. Several
members of the clergy and the faculty if
fhe university were seated In tho
Special muslo was furnished by the
student choir under tho direction of Rev.
Tho Persistent and Juaiclous Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Stops Tobacco Habit in
Sanitarium Publishes Free IJook
Showing How Tobacco Habit Can
Ho Rnnlshcd In From One to
Five Days nt Home.
The Elders Sanitarium, located at IKK
Main St., at. Joseph", Mo., has published
a free book showing the deadly effect of
the tobacco habit, and 1 cw It can be ban
ished In trom one to five days at homo.
Men Who have used tobacco for more
than fifty years have tried this method
and say It Is entirely svecssfui, nnd In
addition to banishing the desire for to
bacco has Improved tltlr health won
derfully. This method banishes the de
sire for tobacco, no natter whether It
In smoking, chewing, cigarettes or snuff
Ah the Ixxik Is being distributed free
anyone wanting a copy should sent their
name and address at once. Advertisement.
Made to measure garments are making friends in Omaha
every day, and we hope these frionds will help us make
more friends. We want you to feel that when you como
hero, that our aim is to satisfy you heyoud any question,
that is our "way of doing things.
We havo learned early in our business career that
nothing but honest values, count. Ym will find them iu
abundance hero. See our beautiful line of all wool fab
rics, staples and novelties for early spring wear.
Glad to show them to you if you will call. We will
not argue with you, nor urge you to buy.
Suits and Overcoats to Measure
$15.00, $18.00, $20.00
TROUSERS TO MEASURE ft Q 3 fk WORTH
OP MILL OR PIECE ENDS 4O.OU DOUBLE
OVER A HUNDRED TO CHOOSE FROM
In City Nat'l Bank
411 South 16th St.
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