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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1913)
TFTE OMAIH SUNDAY BKR: APRIL 13, 1013.
Attention Must Bo Paid, to tho
Eight Essential of "a
ELECTRO- OXYGEN RESTFUL
It Has the Some Action on the
Body as Fresh Air, Sea
Breezes and Bright Sun
light and Gives Rest
to the Body.
"The reason why our forefathers were
moro healthy and freer from- disease was
bocauvo of their speclnl attention to tlte
necessities, ' says tho famous nerve ex
pert who now has charge of the Klectro-
Oxygeti Company's offices In tho Na
tlonal Fidelity Hldg., Cot. 13th and Fnr-
man Sts, ' "I Will pnumerato ' them as:
One, puce .air; two, .certain conditions of
tempejfttjSrp; th,rce, .sitnllRhf.; , fd'Ur,- suf
ficient; 'ijuK'rttitj of , puro'" .wntVr; -.'five, a
noil free tfr?f)l obnoxious inTIUOnc.es; six,
food chough nnd pf the, right sort; seven.
tho means ot' rendering harmless the
wnsto product of our boOJe?, our,r!ouscs
and our Industrjcsy olgni, nvohifanco ot
all excesses, of any .charncttif" wluitso.
ever $itt' Ja", inUtiral Ifaw tcft electricity
ana jpxygeni.tnrougii; ourjjouies." v-
Whciuthe;-.b6dy, through falllilKMfl: at
tend to'K.ny- pe of tlteaa,.neccst(ttls bC
VS I - - .
ii i c. was urougni apout no-.ocrRiisineiu,
of tho, "riorves -.pr'. blood,' flip wV tqtdb
.taln reflcf ir, t(Jfeo.t3;.afi . up-to-dato' .s-'
' rlallst ho 'luiiy"nt'"his -cd'mmiJliil 'tho
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
Mnny of the Churches Damaged in
Storm Temporarily Repaired.
to' DELIVER LECTURE SERIES
ItfM. M. n. AVIlllnin io Give Seven
Addresses in 'Young I'eonlc on
Sfnjif After Grnduntlon
from School AVOrU.
latestifhd' rrrost modern equipments' for'
combaffhB' ,tUds dlsq'rders, '. , v;
llo wUl lnkthict ydu in ,dpfy,aira hy
Kleno and ''proper breathing' as well as'
eradicate tho present symptoms.
Hlectro.Oxygen has tho samo action on
tho body as pure ulr, sunshine, ocean
breezes and If'moVeover enables the body
to jUlonrtighly eliminate ' the waist pro-
ducts -and builds It up to encounter suc
cessfully external diseases. Beginning
, Monday, April XMK the first One Hun
drod cases will bo treated froeot charge
lo demonstrate tho merjts of this re
markable new discovery Hours 9 to 12,
2 to 4, 7 to 8.
Week of' Monday, April 14th
Bj H ins, HYSTEni6us
H S psnroB or iwdia.
HH ' Wonder Worker -1
HI sfl ' BnPer Human
ALLMAN & NEVINS
The Babe Olrl na the Tenor,
Gormley & Gaffory
Stuart & Hall
the edge U most delicious. If the
pie is made right'. We "nave the
ernst" to tell you, that our pie
crust Is absolutely right, flaky
14th and Farnam Street.
IiCnsio Evenings. Moderate' Prices
Those churches that worp only partly
damuged til the storm liavo been tempo
rarily put in order and services are be
ing held In them. Where the buildings
were completely destroyed services are
being conducted In arranged for chapols.
IJegluiilng next Sunday evening at tho
First Methodist church nev. M. U. Will
iams will give a scries of .Sunday evening
addresses to young people, appropriate to
tho season preceding commencement, on
'Life's Pa i amount Choices." Tho fol
lowing topics will be discussed: "The
Choice of Books and Heading," "Tho
Choice ot Friends and Associates," "The
Choice ot Ideals," "The Cholco of Recrea
tions," "The Cholco of u Llfo Compan
ion," "Tho Choice ot a Life Work" and
"The Choice of God." No pains will be
r pared to make these uddresses of in
terest, especially to pure lit a mid high
school and college students.
Rev. Charles W. Snvldgc, will speak, at
the Oayety theater Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Subject, "Hiding From Evil." In
the evening he will speak at tho Peo
ples' churcih, 51 'North Klghteenth stret,
on "The Hand wilting on the Wall."
Mclyln K. Trotter, mission superinten
dent of international fame, will speak
throe, times In Omuha Sunday. In tho
luoinjng ho v!l speak ,at the First
Presbyterian church. In tho afternoon ut
4 o'clock he' .will sp'tyik at the Yqungr
lien's Chrlstlun association, and In the
evening there wll bo u union meeting
of tho north Bldo churches' at tho North
Presbyterian churlf; at which tlmo Mr.
Ttottur will iUBo'peuk.
. ... ..
wcalvury urancu, Ttilrty-tourtn ana
iKuwurd Bible school at 3:30. it V.
Immunuul. Twenty-fourth and l'lnkney.
Rev. J. S. Kbersole. Pastor Preaching
ut lO-.M. Dlblo school at noon, voung
people's meeting, at 6:30. At 7:30 tile con
gregation will join with tne union meet
Ins ut the North Presbyterian church.
Calvary. Twenty-fifth and Hamilton.
Rev. 12. R. Curry Pastor Services nt
10.'30 and 7:30 conducted by the Pastor,
Bible school at noon. Young people s
meeting at 6:30. Devotional service of
tho church and congregation Wednesday
evening at .
First. Twenty-ninth and Harney. Rev
W. Jasper Howell. Pastor Morning wur-
snip at 10:30. solo, "The Holy City," b;
Jlrs. wyllo. hermon. "Personal wor
and the Kingdom," first of a sorles of
morning sermons on "Personal work
livening worsnin at 7:su. Two- anthems
by tne quartet, "The Lord Is My Light
and "The Day Thou Gavest." Sermon,
"The Rollglon of Youth.'- Sunday school
First Twentyslxth and llarnev. A. TV
Harmon, .Pastor Both services given to
tho .consideration; of foreign., missions.
ur. tttielton of Tibet speaks ut 11 and
Dr. Carey of China at- 8,. Bible school
at s:f and 'T;
iNorw -siue. xweniy-seeona ana ioth
rop. H. C. KlrSehstetn; .Minister Morning
Batar.-'Tlbet.'wIirieiraJjo'Ut the stranBo
scnooi-At 13 noon: Christian Endeavor at
6:30 ni.:-evenlng-ervleqCiati7:45 p. m.,
Dr. RbyaW.Ji: PyKdJ of Balohge. Africa.
will tell: about the wonderful . church an
Twentt-rqtfrth' ahdt. Mary's Services
at 11 And',8. Subjttet, "Are Sin, Disease
and Death Real?' .Sunday school (two
SaratoKO-'Twentv-flfth' and Amn Avn.
nue, -r. W,. Leavitt, Mlnlstur Sunday
school at 2' p. m.; servloe of worship at
a p. m.
Hillside. Thirtieth and Ohio. W. R
Campton. I'astor PreachlnK servlcu at
iu:ju ana s. sunuay scnooi at noon.
Junior Endeavor at 3. Senior Kndeavor
at 7 Midweek prayer servico Wednes
day evening at 8. '
First. Corner Nineteenth and Davennort.
Rev. F. T. House, Pastor Mornlnit servlcu
ui iu:ou a. in., -wnai uoes to Make up
uimrttuier. ravening, worsnip at 7:u p.
m.. '"-My Life 'Story.' Young Peonies'
Society of Christian Kndeavor at 6:15
St. Marys Avenue. James Alnmnrinr
Jenkins, D. I)., Minister Morning wor
ship at 10:30. Subject. "The Fusion of
me ruur. mens iorum at noon. - Kob
ert Cowe'll. speaker. Subject, "Tho. Need
lor a nuuunut jtenei r una.
Plymouth, F. W. Leavitt, Minister All.
services ai me university of Omaha,
iw-eniy-iourui ana rratt streets. Morn
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nuioiiii. ul iv.ov, uiiuilj ' 8UI1UOI at
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Letters from tho people
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claim. Send me a Manual."
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' Would like to have the Manual."
"Having found 'Seventy-seven'
helpful" In an attack of Grip, would
like to havoyoUr Manual:"
Our mall is full of these requests.
We vyould suggest that you too send
for a eppy of Dr. Humphreys' Man
ual, w.hlch Is sdnt ahsolutojy free,'
and learn about all of the Humph
reys' Remedies.' -
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yilllam S.tfect, .Vew York. Advertlse
nenU ' " '
12 noon: Yountr Poonles' Knplnv r
Christian Endeavor at 6:30-p. m.i sermon
topic: "The Fine Virtue of Loyalty."1
St. Matthias". Tenth and WorthinKton
Rav. George 8. Southworth, Rector Holy
communion- at a. Sunday school at 10.-
Morning prayer and sermon at 11.
All saints-, Twenty-sixth Street a-id
Dewey Avenue Communion service at
i:ju. ouiiuaj" scnooi ai lu. .MOrnw
prayer and sermon at 11. sermon toplj.
xuu uiiniiunu uuu. x. J. AiaCKSy, reC-
Oraco English, Twenty-sixth Street and
l'oppieion anu wooiworth Avenues, Rev
t.'iareiico js. Hwinart, Minister services at
11 und 8. Morning theme, "Christ imi
Christian." Evening theme, "Tho Forest
wnicitain. sunaay scnooi at iv.
'Aon English, Magnolia Hall, 2M Amen
Avenue, Rev. G, W. Snyder, Pastor-
aervices ai s:au, suDject, "rom sorrow
unto Joy. Munaay scnooi at a:w. T i
Ladles' Pastor's Aid socletv meets Thurs
day afternoon at the residence of Mrs
ueorge owanson, wit r.arimoro avenue.
St. Paul's, Formerly at Twenty-eighth
and Parker, Rev. E. T. Otto, Pastor-
Services at 10 o clock in the chapel on
tne corner or Tnirty-rourtn and Bowiru
Sunday scnooi at 11:30. Kvcnlng seA-'c
in English at 8 In Norwegian Lutheran
church. Twenty-sixth and Hamilton. C"n
tlrmatlon class on Monday at Thirty
St. Mark's English. Twentieth and Bur.
dctte. Rev. L. Uroh, Pastor Servlcea at
11 and 7:30. Morning topic, "Who Are
the Strong?" Evening topic, "The Storm
Showed Difference." Sunduv school il
9:15. YoUng People'B Christian Endenvgr
at 6:43. At v:so seven cnurches unltn
North Presbyterian church,' Twenty
fourth and AVlrt, where Rev. Mel Trotter
St. Matthew's English, Nineteenth :tnd
casteiiar, itev. u. w. Hnydcr.- pastor
Bible school for all nt 10. subject. "Qod
With Jacob is uod with us. Evangn's
tic and- gospel song service at 7:30. sub
Ject, "Oh, That Men Would Praise the
Lord." Choir rehearsal Friday evening
at tne npme oi tne pastor, lius pouin i'en
.Kountze Memorial, Farnajn Street and
Twenty-sixwi Avenue, nev. ur. uilvur D
"Haltzly, Pastor Services for tho third
KiinilKV aftttr Easter. At 11 n'rlork ihn
congregation will participate In a servtca
worth league nt 6.50. Prayer service
ediieedny evening at $. i
Gold Street Chapel. ?outli Thirty-ninth i
and Uold, Rev, It. 1'. Ptuerseii. Pustoi
Sumlay school at a. Preaching at S.
Also Wnlnesday evening ut S. .
Norwegian and Danish. North TwentJ
fth anil Desatur. Rev. R. P. Pcterwn, ,
nstor Services, with preaching by the
pastor, nt It and S. Sunday school nt 9:4j.
oung people's meeting at 7. ,
Tt n IV. Twantv.f rst hint BlnneV. Rev
Thomas Blthell. Pnitor Morning service
10:0. SHbbath school at it noon. Dr
Isloii. district suuerlntendent. will be nt
the morning service and deliver the mes-
sngo of the hour,
First Swedish. Corner of Nineteenth ami
Burt. Oustav Erickson. Minister-Sunday
school at 10 tu in., preadulng at 11 n. m..
subject: "Constraining Ixjve." Epwortn
league service nt 6:30 p. in.; service wltL
lecture on the subject, "The Moral Std
: the Tornado" nt 7:30 p. m.
Pearl Memorial. Twenty-fourth S'rer.
and Larlinore Avenue, Rev. J. Frankli
liana. .Minister Morning sermon at iu.
by the pastor, subject, "The Sifting of a
Man." Evening sermon on "Joseph Hi.
Dreamer." Sunday school at noon, lvp
worth league at 6:30. Junior league ki
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Pierce, Rev.
C. N. Dawson, Pastor Sunday school .1.
:3i). Dr. Frans. superintendent, trench
ing at 10:45. topic, "License to Fish." t.P
worth league at 6:30; Mrs. Dawson, leiide'
'reaching .at 7sw, topic, -rwice u-jh.
Men." Brothcrhooil meeting Tuesday
veiling at 7:30.
First. Twentieth and Davenport. Rev.
M. B. Williams, Minister Sunday school
nt 9:1$. Public worship at 11, seimon t.
Hie minister, "Tho uw or. noc.ui
icrvlce." Epworth league at topic,
Tho Coming of tho Comtorter; leader,
D. E. Field and D. R. Powers, pudiic
worship at 7:30, sermon by the minis
ter, Tne Cholco of Books and ncaanm
Music by the chorus choir, led by Thomu.i
Benson. Rev. A. J. McClung. Pastor-
Sunday school nt 10. Morning worship
at 11. Christian Endeavor at 7. Evening
worship at S. Adjourned congregational
meeting Wednesday evening at 8.
First. Seventeenth und Dodge, Rev.
Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D., Pastor PUbUQ
orshlP at 10:30: Mel Trotter, represent
ing Oospel mission, will preach. Lvon
tng worship ut 7:30; the pastor will
preach. Christian Kndeavor meeting ut
:15. Sunday scnooi at
Castellar Street, Rev. C. C. Meek, Min
ister Morning servico at 10:30; tno ijoru o
supper will be observed, Evening sorvlcc
nt 7:43. Sabbath school at ti noon.
Junior Chrlstlnn Endeavor at 3. Chris
tian Endeavor at 6!4f. I'rayer raeeuiis
Wendesday ovenlng ut 7Mj.
North, Twenty-fourth and wirt. Rev.
M. V. HlKbce. Pastor Morning worsnip
nt 10:30; sermon by tho pastor. Sunday
school ut 12. Yqung People's .Society
Christian Endeavor at 6:30, Melvln L.
Trotter of Grand llapms, Jucn., win
spohk' at a union servico In tno evening
(seven churches imltlng). Prayer meeting
Wednesday oyenlng nt 7:30.
Third, Twentieth una .LeaVenwortn,
11 m, (ia inrk. I'nstnt- Miinaav scnooi
at 9:30 a. m.; public worship and sermofi
by Iho pastor nt 10:45 n, in., theme! "The
orent White Throne." Prayer meeting
nf Mm r-iirintinn Endeavor society at d:30;
evening worship ana sermon uy mc
o.,n ni 7-3(1 ii. m.. theme: De.nlel Iti
tho Don of Lions." Music by chorus
Clifton Hill, Vprty-f if th atid Grant. Roy.
Thomas B. Greenlee. Minister i-uuuo
Worship. ' OOll l UOJlQUCUng ni)uM mra
His Banner or Liovc, ju:w. "
u.hii. onrt Thvlp Vkltio." 7:30. Bible
school at noon. Christian Endeavor at
:30: theme, I tJan uo ah r.Hig. v
esday. meeting for prayor and fellowship
at 8. Beginning May 4 tne uiDie sciiuoi
will bo held at puonc worDiiij, a.
Hiirt 8: Christian Endeavor at 7.
Aveniio. Corner Fortieth ana
vinknic trtn Itnv. Nathaniel aic
niffin D. D.. Pastor Morning worship
nt io;ao: Sunday school at 12 noon;
m. n Cduirnr nt 3 and 6:45 P. m.
cvenlnK servloe at 7:45. Prayor meeting
w,i.finv AVnnlns at 8 o'clock, sUDject:
mnmhpp of the church Invited. Morning
sermon bv Rev, Ralph Hall, oducatlona
secretary of young peoples' workt v
pnirvUnr irntt street and JTortlotn Ave
nue. Rev. unarics x-ionium i-i""'-
Blb e school nt 1:45. Afternoon worsnip
a- mihlRct. "Is Christ's coming i're
iim...,ui i flits l thn second sermon
of tho series on' the second coming of
nh.t.1 T-iinra.lnv nvenlnir at 8 the an
nual meeting will bo held Instead of the
midweek service. Reports from all de-
nnrtments of tho work -will be read.
Westminster, Corner Twonty-ninin aoa
Mmnn. HoV. Tnomas lit ji-uiiiic.i,
Tin Minn tj UT-.'l fn nf wnrahlt) with lnstal
latinn of eldrs' and deacons, and com-
i T niinnnr nt 10? 30 n.
. unh fhnnl nnrl Rlblft Cl&B8ea at
12 noon; Westminster chapel and Sunday
BChOOl Ut 3!30 p. ID., WesuiWIlBlor linum
peoples' society meeting at 7 p. m.; ser
vice of praise with sermon on "Tha
Secret of Christian Fortitude" at 8 p. m.
The Church ot the Covenant, Pratt .and
Twenty-Beventh, Rev. Charles II. l-lcm-
ni, Tnninr lorninir wuibihu ui xw.w,
i., (pet "Is Chr Bfs coming i-re-
.ni.ioi'" thIm Ih the second ot the
series oi sermons on iiio nevuuu luiwm
of Christ. Bible school at noon. Chris
tian Endeavor at 7. Evening worship at
7:45; subject, "Three MarvclouB Appear
Mir. " atihwpak Hervieu nuu cDun ovcu-
.,, r. utihlect. "Hone." Reception of
members at tne morninu sorviue uu ouu
rntmi: 'TwentV-fourth and Dodgo.'H.
B. Sneer", Pastor Morning Tvorsmp ai
m.ttn Hurtrnmcnt of IMe LiOTO. S OUPPCT.
Sabbath scnooi ni noon. iuun5 pcuvioo
meeting at 7. tivening worsnip ui o.
fit Tiuontv.f Irist nml Emmet. A. C.
Douglass. Pastor Public, worship na,
preaching at 10:30. Topic, ''Characteristics
nt the True Child of God." Bible school
With classes lor an ai nuuu. xuuus vw
r,ia'u mrtinir nt C:30. At 7:30 the congre
tin, win unite with other jtoumze
r. " , i .. . i .. ,. ... . I , . M..,i.
Flace cnurcnes in buiviuo ul nuim
Presbyterian church to hear Mel Trotter,
of thanksgiving to God .for the -preierva
l ot lim anu cnurcn iioni me iorn.li
A thank offering wiir do made. t
j Best Sporting News
ilght In The Bee day by
day. Full box scores 'of
.all big leagues. Sport car
toons thfct hit the bullseye
o'aloak special preparatory service and
holy communion; . new memoers win i
recelvea. At' 8 o'clock the subject will h
Uld' Enemies Pursuing." Sunday sohoo
it o'clock. Luther league' at 7.
McCube, Fortieth and Farnam Morning
servico .nt Jl a. in. ; bunday school ut 10
i, m. Nq evening service,
Itanscom Park. Wooiworth. Avenue and
n,pntv.nlhlh Street. Rev C. W McCas-
i l Piitor -Preaching services nt 10:30
ni 7 t5. conJuct'-d by the pistsr Sun. I
Every suit in this $U").(0 sain
is of a quality ana style for
hioh you would willingly
nay $25.00, $30.00 or $35.00.
An occasion of unusual im
portance to women who do
sire a new suit combining
style, qunlity and economy.
The international Bible Students' asso
ciation will meet at Burlght hall. Nine
toenth mid Farnam streets. Sunday ut
d. m. Subject, flioriamy unu immor
tallty." Speaker, Alfred W. Rlemer.
V. M. C. A. Notes.
There will be a demonstration of
Tho class In gas engineering will go to
OrUin H rot hern on Tuesday evening.
Alirll lb. to run an inuicuior irci ui ineir
J. P. Bailey leaves Saturday for North
Platte to tako charge of the teri-day
enmpaien to raise 40,000 for a Young
Men's Christian association building In
canoeing In the Young Men's Christian
association swimming pool April 21, to
which all canoeists und otners interested
In aquatic sports are Invited, How to
paddle, what to do In case the canoe
turns over and many other features of
Interest to canoeists win De enown.
Melvln E. Trotter, a reseuo mission
sunerlntendent of International fam-5.
will sneak at the Youm: Men's Christian
association at 4 o'clock on Sunday after
noon, special music is aiso inciuaea in
the program. All men of the city are
Invited. Irnmed ately following the
o'clock meeting a luncheon will be served
In the cafe, tne purpose of wnicn is to
give new men a etiance to get acquainted
FRANK TRY0N SUCCUMBS
TO INJURIES IN TORNADO
Frank Tryon. aged 60 years, who was
fatuity Injured In tho tornado-wrecked
Gem restaurant, Twenty-fourth and Lake
streets, died Friday morning at a local
hospital, The body hap been taken
charge by the Bralley Sc Dorrance under
taking establishment and will be held un
til relatives in Missouri are heard from
JAIL BREAK AT FREMONT
LETS LOOSE CLOTH THIEF
A man who gae a phoney address from
Omaha broke Jail last night at Fremont
where he was nrrested carrying a oultcase
tilled with cloth evidently taken from
tailor shop. There Is no record here of
the theft of similar goods.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Jli 1 hool'at 12. classes for ait " 1 Business Success.
The Store for women
Monday Second Day Of Our
Great Semi-An nual Sale of High
Grade Tailored Suits
THIS great specialty suit and cloak house has held some extraordinary sales on
high class suits, but never have we witnessed such a remarkable sale as this,
Our store was crowded all day Saturday with
enthusiastic buyers. The great sale will be
continued Monday and all week until every
suit that was specially bought for this great
annual suit bargain event is sold,
If you have not as yet purchased a suit dur
ing this sale-vbe sure to come Monday as we have adv
ded several hundred suits that just arrived, We have
assembled for this event hundreds and hundreds of
beautiful new spring tailored suits for women and
misses, in all the prevailing styles, colors and materials,
actually worth from $25 to S3 5, semi-annual sale price
It will pay you "well to come here first and inspect the values we are offering. We are willing lo let you decido
whother to purchase or not. Our entire second floor, with plenty of extra salespeople iH devoted lo this, great semi-annual
sale of women's $25.00 to $35.00 suits for $15.00.
JULIUS ORKIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Jerry Howard to Entertain His Fol
lowers at Banquet.
BREAD, BUTTER, BUTTERMILK
Defeated Cnndlilnte for Mnyor Will
BInUr n Hpeech Detween Journeys
Alonnr the Ilrcna Mne
Among Ills Friends.
Jerry Howard, .defcnled candidate for
mayor. Is making arrangements to enter
tain hli followers at s. bread, and
butter banouet next' Tuesday evening In
tho old Young Men's Christian associa
tion bulldlnc at. Twenty-third and m.
There will bo no fancy menus and tho
delicacies will not be served on sliver
platters by colored waiters. However,
there will be plenty to eat. Jerry Is go
ing to lay In a large stock of "tho stnff of
life," a goodly quantity of country butter
and many gallons of rich buttermilk.
The banquet Is to be only a two-course
affair. The bread and butter will bo
served first and the buttermilk will rol
low as a dessert.
Tablecloths me grandmother," Jerry
angrily exclaimed when questioned about
the table coverings, "yiiuro and the bare
boards are plenty good enough. This Is
not n millionaire's affair."
A general Invitation will be extended
to Jerry'B supporters. Unch will be given
a place at .tho long tables. A half lonf
of bread nnd a paper cup will bo placed
In front of each. Jerry will pass around
tho buttermilk. A second helping will
not bo refused any guest.
Several prominent MeaKers .will oe
present, to make addresses. Jerry Is en
deavoring' to have Governor Moreheod
a,tid other speakers present.
Jerry is going to make a little speecb
himself and he hns everything down In
black and white that ho Is going to say.
Agricultural experiments nro to be con
ducted by the students of tho Bouth
Omaha High school under the tutorship
of an expert OLgrloulturlet this spring and
summer on vacant lots mljncent to the
The school board is contemplating buy
ing several plots of ground in tho near
vicinity of the schools, which are to be
turned in miniature farm lands for the
experimental work of tho youthful scien
tific tillers of the soil.
At present thero are two agricultural
classes In the school. In both classos
there are some fifty students and all are
enthusiastic over the now project. Grls
are Interested in the work as well as the
boys and there are several In the classes.
Many are mnklng preparatory arrange
ments to take up the new study and dis
cover the secret of raising "painless cu
cumbers" and "odorless onions."
Just what part of the agricultural train
Ing will be taught the girls has not been
arranged. They say, however, they wilt
get out and plow th ground, plant the
seeds and hoe tho weeds the same as the
The experiments will be started as soon
os the board secures tne necessary
ground. The school officials are highly
delighted t the Interest manifested by
the students In tho r.tw study and ex.
pect th classes will bo much larger when
operations have been commenced,
(iyiiiuaatlo Kxhtblt Inn,
Parents of the girls of the' South
Omaha High school attended In large
numbers the gymnastic exhibition by their
daughters, ut the school gymnasium last
night The entertainment was a marked
success and pleasing to the spectators.
The girls havo been trained In gym
nastics by a special teacher fur soma
months. The demonstration last night
fully showed the parents the great ad
vantage the athletic exercises have been
Vi their daughters. The students huve
not only become more healthy, but have
also shown higher efficiency In the class
Joy Ittde lu I'ollce Unu.
' When the pollca department Captain
"Hank" Elsfelder and Detective Llpen
sky called at the garage for the emer.
gency vehicle last night to make a call
they discovered someone else had been
there first and secured the police bus.
Bome hours later & patrolman saw the
carrlag taking the West Q street hill
on high speed, Ho reported tho matter
to police headquarters und the police de
partment stnrted out in Jursult.
At Forty-fifth and Q streets, they came
across tho police rig stalled and the
occupants sitting In tho front seat
asleep. Tlie police department took the
wagon lu charge and drove tt to the
pollca station,' and severely lectured tho
)oy riders,' Jim hrbwn,- u lodger at tho
Jail, nnd d friend. Tho two men were
tinder tho Influence of liquor.
Tho horse and buggy was taken to thp
garage nnd given a comploto overhauling.
No damage couid bo found, however.
Two I'ncUera Do Not Act.
While It Is rumored that tho packing
Interests uro taking steps tofprcstatl any
movement by the working' men, Mny "l,
for, a revised scale of wages, and cer
tain concessions, the Armour, nnd Cudahy
houses have taken no stops' In this di
rection yet, according to high officials.
General Manager Howe of tho Armour
company sold the company had mudo no
Increase In tho wages of Its employes and
did not Intend to do so. The Cudahy
plant hns not raised tho employes' wages.
There Is an agitation on foot among
the working class for a demnnd for
John rtahn, who has beep attending a
school of building construction In Ger
many for Bomo months, returned home
this week. He contemplates returning
to finish his studies later.
Tho United Presbytorlan church, Twenty-third
nnd II streets, llov. W. A. Pol
lock, pastor. Blblo school ut 0:C, a. ni.
Public worship nt U a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sermons by the pastor, Young Poople'n
Christian union ut 0:30 p. m. Consecra
Klrnt Christian church. Twenty-third
and I streets, Itev, W, i, Hastle, pastor.
Bible study at 10 a. in. Communion nnd
sermon nt 11 a, m. Christian Kndeavor
at 7:00 p. m. At 8 o'clock Dr. Hhelton of
Thibet will give his experiences In that
far-away land. A cordial Invitation Is
extended to the public to uttend this serv
llethlehem Presbyterian church, Twenty-first
and Q streets. Itev. B. J, Knlllno,
pastor. Knglisli services: Sunday school
ut 10:45 a. m. Preaching ut 7M5 a. mj
subject, "Naamah. the I,epcr."- Bohemian
service: Preaching at V:30 a. in and 6:30
p. m. Sunday school at 10:45 a. m.
MnKlu City (ioRilp.
It. K. Baughman of Fremont Was In the
city yesterday visiting old acquaintances.
The Young Men's Democratic club will
meet this evening at Twenty-fifth and N
The Tobln pharmacy at Twenty-fourth
and N streets Is being remodeled nnd
inada Intd an up-to-date drug store.
The funeral of Mrs. Henrietta Fred
erlckson will be held tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock from Brewer's chapel. Burial
will be made In Uraceland cemetery.
Acres for sale In tracts from one to five
acres on easy payments- high and
sightly; adjoining South Omuha city
limits. Only a few left. Call us up about
this. N. P. Dodge & Co.. Fifteenth and
Harney streets. Phono Douglas 823.
(Funeral mrvlcea for Mrs. Greer will
be held at Brewer's chapel tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Interment will
be mado In Graceland cemetery.
8t. Hilda's guild of St. Martin's
church will give a dancing party this
evening ut the Ancient Order of I'nlted
Workmen temple. The patronesses will
be Mesdamea George Davis. A. U Uran
stad. George Francis. J. M. Abbott. J
E. Curtl. A. W. Tagg. It. P. Faulknor,
V. Ames, A. Panroast. J. M. Caugliey.
iiny iiernani, a. 'J'. rcvorcit, t.'. Maca
dam. F. Getty, J. K. Northnip nnd E,
"Died of Pneumonia"
Is never written of those who cure coughs
and colds with Dr. King's New Discovery
Guaranteed. 0o and tl.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Civic League Elects
Officers for Year
The first annual meotlng or the Omata
Civic lenguo drew u good-sized gather
ing nt the city council chambers - )mt
night. Tho first order of business Was
tho eloctlon ot officers. All i were in.
elected: , t
George T. Morton, president; Thomas
II. Kimball, vice president; Henry
Doorly, secretary; It. c. Pctors, traai
urer. For directors William A. DeBord nnd
Charles A. Alden wore re-elected, wullj
Harlny Moorhead, C. J. Ernst nnd oy
Towlo jre among the ncwVmemuor of
Thomus tt. Klmbull addressed the
tenguo upon ways and means ot ..raising
money to finance the wdrlf 'the . leajryo
Is designed to do. He outlined, a .plan
whereby each member was to pay y
fee and 'every organization represcntu
within the leaguo ask each ot Its num.
bers to contribute to the funds. In this
way several thousand dollars, could fee
gathered and with $1,000, which .will be
asked for from the city government.
would go a good ways towards putting
the league on Its feet.
It. C. Peters suggested a plan of In.
ores ting people In tha bcautlflcatlon of
Omuha nnd proposed a system of prlxe
to be awarded to those that excelled In
making their particular lawns or yards
attractive. A block system of award
was nleo suggested nnd the details are
still to be worked out.
An amendment was made to tho eon-
stltutlon In that each of tho county com
mlssluners arc to become members of, tha
leuguo and that there are also to bo
honorary members elected by a unan
imous vote ot the board of directors.
being severely burned as he was In the
basemont, where tho explosion took placa
and had Just moved to the opposite- wall
when the bottle burst.
DRUG CLERK NARROWLY
ESCAPES FROM FIRE
A flro wnlch orglnnted from tho ex
plosion of a bottle of aold, caused n
loss of about JM0 to tho B)ake-Bradlsli
drug store nt Sixteenth and Locust
streets, Friday nfternoon, Frank
Mlslndn, clerk, hud a narrow escape from
Farmers Feed Forty
Caught in Snow
Forty-throo passengers on Northwest
ern train No. 11, stalled lu a snow Irtft
fifteen feet high four miles fom
Hosklps, Neb., from 11 o'clock Thursday
urftll 11 o'clock Fr(day morning were, f ?d
by the farmers n tho vicinity. Tho
supply of food on the train being sn
exhausted. Conductor Howard Kennedy,
Ih charge of the train 'and for forty -t.vo
years In the service, saw that his ,ns
scngers suffered na little us possible.
Flvo engines were roqulrod to pull tho
train out of tha snow drift.
LOST MARRIAGE LICENSE
FOUND BY THE TORNADO
The recent tornado hunted up and
brought, back the marriage certificate
Issued to Georgo E. Ritchie and Anna M.
Smith of Kansas City, November 16, 1807,
Yhon they were united In marrjagq In
this city by Ilev. Charles W, Savldgo on
that date. Where that particular certi
ficate has been hiding during the last
flvo years, no one seems able to say,
but It has been found.
Shortly after their marriage Mr. and
Mrs. Itltchle wrote to Rov, Mr. Savldge
that they had lost tholr certificate and
requested' a duplicate. This was mado out
and sent to the bride and groom and
nothing more was thought ot tho matter
until Friday, when Mrs. W. N. Dorward.
1804 Jllnney called on Rev. Mr. Savlflgoand
handed to him tho original certlficat.e of
marriage Issued to Ititchle and Miss
Smith. She Informed him that a day or
so After the tornado she found the
document In, her back yard mixed In
with a lot ot debris blown there by the
Culls from the Wires
The Joplln Morning Tribune, estab
lished In October, 1911, bus susputi'len
' Thomas W. Johnston, associate editor
of the KunBas City Star, with which he
has been connected for twenty-six ycirs,
resigned, owing to ill health,
Vegetables at cost direct from the
farmer to the consumer will be available
In Chicago after April 36, according to u
plan by Texas farmers to demonstrate
the possibility of economy In distribu
tion of farm products. Thirty Texa
farmers have formed an association to
Vaclav Buresh. editor of the Pokrok
Zaiadu, has returned from a trip to
twenty eastern cities. He reached Chi
cago tho morning after the tornado here
and said that one had to go through a
foot ball rush at the news stands to get
a oanv of The Bee for days afterward.
fit's a Joy
to be able lo eat your
meals knowing the appe
tite is keen, the digestion
god and the liver and
but how different
when the "inner man" is
weak and everything you
eat causes distress. Try
at once. It Is for
INDIGESTION ' .
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