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THE OMAHA St'NDAY BEE: MARCH 2,', 1913.
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BEAT IT IT YOU OAK
Every piano guaranteed for
ton yoars. Stool, scarf and de
Good Upright Praotice Piano 45.00
Steinway, in fine condition $ ,98.00
Emerson, ebony case, upright $- 65.00
Kingsbury, mahognny case, upright $ 75.00
Hospe, an excellent bnrgain, upright 85.00
Schubert, .walnut caBo), upright A . . $ 95.00
Sohaeffer, good a8 now, upright $105.00
New Pianos $187
Bo sure and see these before buying any
' . othor piano.
for ih SCaaon & Ham
lin, Xranloh is BacuV
Xrakauar, Kimball, Husn
ft Sana, Oabls - Wslsou
and other leading- makes.
When w say that wo will
fill, crown and extract teotli
without pain, wo tnaan overy
word wo say. We do tho high
est grade of work at moderate
10th and Douglas
Need Any Good Silverware?
Coma to Orkln Uros. and get It at
bait price In the bis Jewelry sale Wed
JLa sxporisnced doctor
lu char? t ramlneand
prescribe for all dis
eases. Pea EOc paid cash
tuadlotna Included. 0 to 8.
Btutd7 1 to 3.
suite 33a b siar.
Jewelry Sale of An Unusual
Orkin Brothers Inaugurate a. great aale
et solid gold jewelry btfinnlng Wednes
day. Having bought part of a wimple
Stock at a very low figure, thty arc
a&le to ofcr It at one-half the original
Treat it the way Nature
intende.cLand you will al-,
ways be well repaid.
Help it when there are signs
of weakness or dtyrcsss,
and you have the secret to
continued good health.
The first real aid to4a weak
It restores the appetite, aids
digestion, keeps the liver
and bowels active and im
proves your general health.
WE URGE A TRIAL TODAY
Here Are the f
, fmr Sale
1513-1515 Douglas Street.
Dr. A, . , ,thrs.
ON YOUR DENTAL WORK
' jOUH MINIMUM PIIICK8
(fold Crown (iZik Rold) S250
Sot of Teeth S5.00
iVseth Kxtrocted IWthout Pftln...50cJ
DR. WITHERS I
1, B tubman moor, H
To get the' beat rcBults, Bend for a
freo copy of Dr. Humphreys" Manual
and read it.
If you will take a doae of "8ov-enty-seven"
at the first feeling of a
Cold; a sneeze, a shiver a sorapy
throat always lassitude, the Coll
will yield quickly
If you wait Ull the Cold gets deep
seated It may take longer to break
It paya to koop "Seventy-seven"
handy, a small, vial of pleasant pel
lets, fits the vest pocket. At your
Druggist, 25c; or mailed.
HurnDhrevs' Hnmv MfUnlnj. rn iici
William 8t. New Vork.-AdvrtIement'
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Churches Commemorate Easter with
Special Song Service.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE HELD UP
Attorney IllnKrr Returns frnni Lin
coln, "Where He linn Unit Charter
to Comnil tr-r.
Easter will lie commemorated In -he
churches Sunday morning and evening
with special Bcrvlce. Hymnn of gladness
will mark the musical adorations, be
fitting the occasion, the happiest In tho t
The services nt tlie First Presbyterian
church, Twenty-third and J streets, will
be as follows:
Responses-Lift Your Olad Voices
E, B. Loreni
Hymn Hark! Ten Thousand Harps
and Voices No. 177
Gloria, Crce'd and Invocation
Scripture Lesson .
Chorus (from the balcony) Christ
Arose j R. Lowry
Junior Chorus and Choir.
Ladles' Quartet Christ Is Risen
7 J. A. Parks
Mcsdames .astern. Rozzell, Brat
ton and Miss Barclay.
Antherri Awake Glad Houl.
,,i Carrie I). Adams
Prayer of Consecration
Distribution of Uread Music Sllram
Distribution , of the Cup music
Response UtP Your Glad Voices
, K. B. Lofenz
Duet and Chorus The Light of Easter
, John I). Creswell
Mrs. Robb, Miss Englo and Choir.
Solo Christ Is Risen Today
, J. V. Ulschoff
Anthem Prolso Our Risen King
Maria M. Hlne
Choir; Solo, Miss Dennett; Duet,
. Misses Dennett and Darclay,
Anthem Nature's Easter.. ..E. S. Lorenz
Choir Solo, MIbs Johnson
Solo Teach Me How to Pray
Solo Obllgato and Men's Chorus
Gethscmane ,. Ira B. Wilson
Louise Bratton and Men's Chorus.
Anthem The Lord Is 'Risen Again....
'. ., Carrie B, Adams
Easter Greetings.... .'
Mrs. Bratton, director; Mrs. Eads,
lit. Martin's, SoutlvOninha.
St. Martin's church. Rev. Harold Lln
wood Bowen, Rector Easter Sunday 8 a.
m.. Holy Communion: 9:30 a. m.. chil
dren's eucharlst; 11 a. m., Holy eucharlst
(choral) and sermon; 7:80 p. mi, evensong
The music at tho 11 o'clock eucharlst
will be at follows:
Organ prelude, "Largo" Handel
Processional. "Welcome. Happy Morn
"Nine-fold Kvrlo "... Hal
"Sequence Ailelulo" Palestrlna
"Gloria Tlbl, Gratlaa Tlbl, Credo"....
Hymn, "Come Ye Faithful, Raise the
Offertory anthem, "Christ, Our Pass
Gursom cordo, prefaoe, sanctus, Bene
Agnus Del v ...ftouriod
Communion hymn, "At tho Lamb's
High Foast" Salxbure
Gloria In Excelsls ,., Gilbert.
post communion, "Jesus Lives '
Recessional, "Jesus Christ Is RlBen
Poatludo, "Hallelujah Chorus from
In Other Churches.
Morning services at Swedish Baptist
church will be In charge of Sunday school,
who will' render an Eastr nrograrr. at
10:30. Youns People's meeting at S n. m
Regular church services at 7:30.
The Christian church, Twenty-third
and J istreets, W. J. Hastle, pastor. Bible
school at 10 a. m. Communion and ser
mon at 11 a. m. Subject of sermon. "The
Resurrection of Christ, the World's
Hope." Song service and preaching In
the evening nt 7:30 o'clock. The text will
bo "Tho Resurrection from the Dead." .
Methodist Episcopal worship at the
Odd Fellows' hall. Sermon at 11 o'clock
by the pastor. Row J. W. Klrjtpatrlck.
Subject. "The Resurrection of Jesus."
Music by tho choir.
Tho United Presbyterian church,
Twenty-third and H streets. Rev. Wil
liam A. Pollock, pastor. Bible scbool nt
8;D a. in. Publlo worship and sermon
at It o'clock. Young People's Christian
Union society meets at .: p. m. Sermon
at 7 p ,m. tv Rev. II. n. Hpeer?
Bethlehem Presbyterian church. 167
South Twenty-first street. Rev. Rmanutl
Kalltnu. nastor. Kr.ullsh srvlr n,i
Sunday school at 10: n. m. Bohemian.
v. i.t-a niju stimuli ni .wv it ill. anu n;jv
?. m. Sermon nt 7 p. m. Subject. "The
oy of Easter Morning." Prayer meet
ings Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
There will be special Easter music at
the Swedish Lutheran church. Twenty
third and K stre.ets, Sunday morning at
10; o'clock. The choir will sing "Cal
vary" In. chorus, and there will be so
prano solos by Mimes Jeanette Decker
and Florence Bloomqulst The music will
be under the direction of E. D. Chal
llnor. IUnsrer Ilnck Home.
Attorney Dean Rtngfr returned yester
day from Lincoln, where he has been
looking after pending legislation affect
ing South Omaha. He Is much Interested
In a bill re-enacting the Gibson law,
which provide for tho appointment of
three men as fire and police commis
sioners of South Omaha, and making the
nuyor ex-offlcto cnatrman of tho board
without a vote. The bill has been recom-mjru-d
by the senate Judiciary committee
The charter amendments submitted by
the South Omaha cltlxons' committee
through Attorney Ringer have been
recommended for passage by the cities
nnrt towns committee of the"'towr house!
The amendments submitted' by Mayor
lloctoi'n charter committee, which were
killed a week ago In the lower Homo
have been brought back to life. It will
bo possible to i?o ahead with public iim
prov.ments in Unuth Omaha If tho amend
ments to the charter pass with the labor
Clause itrltken out.
V tad net Wurli to llcKln.
Work on the erection of the viaduct
' noross the railroad, tracks at F street will
1 bo begun at once. The excavation work
is almost (Completed and a lot of the steel
and other material Is on the ground. The
Union Pacific officials promise to have
the viaduct con-pie ted In sixty days.
The viaduct win be made of steel and
concrete und will be l.MO feet Sn length.
The structure will be twjnty-slx feet
wide. Including six feet for sidewalk.
The approaches will have a 5 per cent
atiialo City Gossip.
.T,.? AJf,pi1,9? c,ub wU Blvt a recital
at the Frst Baptist church nm Friday
Charles Scurr Is maktns preparations for
nvvii to ins minting tonga at the mouth
ot tho I'lntto jivt'i.
R. K. UoltTtson of Fremont, a former
busj:ts man uf South Omaha, visited
friends In the city yef.terday.
Chailcs Cllnchard and V. V. Foltlk re-
MEN'S and WOMEN'S CLOTHING ON CREDIT
$l.oo A WEEK WILL DRESS YOU WELL
THIS FABRIGOID LEATHER
Terms: $2.50 Cash, $2,00 Monthly
f ASA P
'' & " ' tSiSlasfeJ'ULL SIZE 1
"r;':: ' y" '
1b a new bed davenport-A braqd new inven
tion that has just been pub on thd market. It
is made to take tho place oftho old style bed
davenport. Combines a davenport and divan
in one piece.
It has one big advantage in that it takes up
only one-half, tho space that the old style
davenport Uooh yet It can bo made into' a full
Bize bed and it is ho easily operated that a
child can open and close it.
50 for this $22.50
It is exactly like illustratidn
atid is a positive superior
value. Has large circular
top, heavy pedestal, resting
on a Colonial base.
turned Thursday from Stiver Creek, Neb.,
when they had somo excellent duck
William Ilawley hus returned from
Denver, where he went as a delegate to
the convention ot the Fraternal Union
The mothers' department of the Cen
tury Literary clul Ta? entertained yes
terday afternoon ut the home ot Mrs.
Chief of Police John Krlggs Is In Lin
coln looking after tho bill that Is to re
imburse him for the expense occasioned
by his trial for manslaughter In connec
tion with the kllllnj; of Roy Blunt a year
Mr. and Mrs Frank White, 1125 South
Thirty-sixth street, are thu first South
Omaha parents to numora child after
President Wilson. A son was born u few
days ago and has been chribtened Wood
The funeral of tho 11-month-old child
of Mr. und Mrs. Emll Casart, 4028 W
strnst. who died Thursday afternoon, will
be held this morning at 10 o'clock from
the renlduncc. Burial will be made In St,
The Centurion club will give a minstrel
show and vautlvllli entertainment at the
Orpueum theater Monday night. There
Mill be no reserved scats. Price ot ad
mission will Ik- CO ctntx for adults and
25 cents for cMlurn.
Mniflo City Ilotvlluur Leujrnc.
1st 2d 3d Total.
Horn 223 171 167 5S1
Voss .b..... ISO 190 ISt 661
Vollsteadt ISO ISO ISO sts
Pporveen US 161 159 401
Ohnesborg 1W 159 J!4 576
Totals " "m "m sieie!
1st 24 3d Total.
Ctssna 1 131 140 4li
Koaner IK IIS 161 457
Warts 15S 155 165 4Sa
Mullen H 143 176 481
Stops Tobacco Habit in
Snnitnrium Publishes Free 4 look
Showing llotv Tobacco Habit Can .
He llmilslied in From Ono
to Flyo Days at Home.
The Elders Sanitarium, located at 109(
Main SU at. Joseph, mo., has puDiisnea
a free hook showing the deadly effect of
the tobacco habit, and how It can bo
banished In from One to five days ul
Men who have used tobacco for more
than fifty years have tried this method
and say it Is entirely successful, and In
addition to banishing the desire for to
bacco has improved their health won
derfully. This method banishes the de
sire for tobacco, no matter whether It
is smoking, chewing, .cigarettes or snuff
As the book Is being distributed free
anyone wanting a .opy should send their
name and address at once. Advertisement.
A Full Size Ped.
By a simple operation it is opened into a full
size bod with a separate set of springs that
are entirely separate from the seat, and are
as comfortable as any box spring made.
The Frame and UphoTstering.
The frame Is mado of solid oak, " finished in
golden, highly polished. The seat and back
are upholstered In fabrlcoid leather. The seat
has a complete set of tempered coll springs.
Three Rooms Furnished
Terms $0.50 Cash,
.COR - ieO
THE PEOPLES STORE
(TK33 PSOPXiSB rURHXTUBE & CaTtPST CO.)
Howe 1S4 152 149 4S
Totals 803 719 774
Handicap 40 40 40
Totals 843 769
Ham 190 100
Voss 214 179
Vollsteadt 169 1C0
Sporveen 17S 146
Ohnesorg 145 1$2
Totals 896 827
' 1st 2d
731 - S42
Totals 756 b67 91
MEN WHO STOLE BULLION
HAVE CONFESSED THEFTS
George Stevens, and Lee Carlisle, who
were arrested lasr evening by Policemen
Shletds. Scanlan and Mornn, while cart
ing bullion bars away from a car on
the tracks near the American Smelting
and Refining company, Signed a confes
sion on Friday afternoon before Chief of
notoctlves Moloney and other witnesses.
They confessed to breaking open the door
nf thn car. extracting fifteen bars and
hauling them to a Junk Sealer situated
at Eighteenth and Cuming streets, where
ihv received 26 for the whole. On the
second trip as they wero returning to
tho Junk shop with twelve bars on tne
wagon, they were nrres'ted by tho officers.
Each bar Is. .worth' considerably over ja.
R. Flnkelstein. 1722 Cuming street, was
arrested yesterday afternoon by Detec
tives Ring and Van Deusen charged with
rorolvlnir tho stolen property. The mer
chant denied thatj he had bought the
metal from the men. Flnkelstein was
released last night on bonds In tgu sum
ot 1 1.100. .
r Culls from the Wires
Currency reform advocates In congress
are atlll uncertain whether financial leg
islation can bo gotten under way in the
coming extra session.' This view also
reflects the president's,
Rear Admiral waiter c. Cowles. on
duty as commandant of the naval station
ut Honolulu, today was directed to Pro
ceed to San Francisco to await further
orders for duty in command or the Pa'
Prof. Henry nirchard Fine has had tin?
aer conaiuerniiun lur murq man a wrvK
an offer to be ambassador, to Germany.
Prof. Fine, who Is now abroad, lias tmtn
cabled by cl6se friends of President Wil
son urging that ue accept the post.
Four .Rooms Furnished
Terms $10.00 Cosh; $5.00
BRIEt CITY NEWS
Htad-ralconer Co., Undertakers.
U Riley, tha Dentin, City Nat'l. D. 2561
Fidelity Storage ft Van Oo. Doug. 1516.
Xilj'htlnff fixtures, Burgess-Granden Co.
Have Boot Print Jt Now Beacon
O. S. Elguttsr Law offices removed, to
843-845 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. D317.
Tlrst National Bans df Heniingford,
Neb., paya. 6 per cent on time Certifi
cates, also have few mortgage farm loans
to place at 7. per cent, $300 to 11,000. Cal
vin J. Wlldy, president.
The Stats Bank. or Omaha, paya 4 pf
cent on time deposits, 3 per cent on sav
ing accounts. The only bank In Omaha1
whose depositors are protected by the
depositors' guarantee fund of the state
vf Nebraska. 17th and Harney streets.
Otto Xnns Seriously 111 Otto Kunz,
6323 Emmet street, and connected with
the Omaha Water company. Is reported
as being seriously ill. He Is suffering
with an attack of pneumonia.
Signs the Fledge After an extended
period of Intoxication, Claud Rose, 4120
Cass street, climaxed the siege with
tight. In court he signed a pledge to
bo a "teetoler" In the future, after
which his case was dtsmlssedby Judge
Prof. Pllng to b Honor Qnest Prof.
Fred Morrow Fling of the University of
Nebraska will be guest ot honor at a
dinner given by the Paltmpset club next
Saturday evening. He will address the
assembly, taking as his topic "The Writ
ing of History Apropos ot the French
BOYS FIND THAT CORN
IN WRECK NOT THEIRS
Joseph. Willie and Arthur McBreen,
aged 9, IS and JO years, respectively, hav
n Uuvy of pigeons at their home, 3804
South' Sixteenth street, which Is the envy
of every boy In the neighborhood. Th4
problem of feeding these birds Is one ot
muah concern to the three brothers, but
when two cars loaded with corn crashed1
Into each other at Fourteenth and Locust'
streets yesterday afternoon the boys
thought the problem had been solved and
armed with bags went to the spot and
loaded these sacks.
But Jukt at the xenlth of their happiness
a large railroad detective stepped In on
the scene and arrested the three brothers
and two others who were there. They
were turned over to the detention home,
where the little fellows spent last night,
wondering who would feed their pets this
The f ow Prjre.
Our great buying power enables ua to offer
you the Duofold at a very low price. We
have contracted for a largo number of these
convenient Duofolds, and now yon can sharo
$2.50 is all you need to pay to havS the Duo
fold delivered to your house at once. And
then, after that, only $2.00 every month,
which gives you a year's time to pay for your
50 for this $35.00
tfhe very best moderate
priced steel range obtainable,
conies complete as illustrated
above with high wanning
They arc charged with lncor
CANTATA "REBEKAH" TO BE
GIVEN AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
On the evening of March 28 at Temple
Israel. Mr. Vernon Bennett will gtve the
cantata. "Rebekah." a beautiful Bcrlp
tural Idyll, by Joseph Barnby, Tho quar
tet. which consists of Mrs. Walter
Dale. Mrs. Frank Welty, W. S. McCune
and E. E. Gray, will be assisted by the
following solo voices: "Mrs. Hary Paul,
Mrs. Verne Miller, Lloyd Thompson and
Harry Drisbow. This will be given In
connection with the regular Friday even
ing service and will be free to the public.
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