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THH BfcK: OMAHA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1913.
Don t Buy a Pig in a Poke
Every mnn buying life insurance wants to know just
what the policy contract calls for. The popularity
of the 20-Payment Guaranteed Annuity Policy of
this company is duo to the statement in plaiti
figures just what benefits are guaranteed to policy
holders. It will pny you to examine it,
THE BANKERS RESERVE LIFE COMPANY
Bascom H. Roblson, Pres.
lit. L. Roblson, Vice-Pres.
One of 7,800
or ,,000 00. inanity a ince. carried with
your company by my late husband William Roclieroru.
a thl U r full navment of the principal sum. provided in said PollV
for icMmMt&t?ilXhl.W0M accumu ations th.reo". M
provided in me enaorseiucuin m-
t ached to said policy, I reel inai
I can heartily recommend your
company as one which fairly and
fully meets the obligations which
It holds to its policy holders.
It is hardly necessary to add
that this payment is greatly ap
predated by me, as the beneflclars
under this policy, and that It will
be a Brent help to me In my un
fortunate bereavement, Please ac
cept my thanks for the fair and
courteous treatment which you
have Rives me. regarding this
"See Vesy Before You Slip
ACCIDENT INSURANCE TYLER 861
Jay D. Foster
Successors to H. E. PALMER SON & CO.
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE
Losses adjusted by us right here
Brandcis Bldg. Phone Doug. 29
Characteristic Western Service
This Is what you get when tho "Lion" writes your bond. No
delay, no red tape.
No better servlco In tho WORLD on SURETY BONDS and
you can get at our HOME OFFICE hero In OMAHA.
Lion Bonding & Surety Co.
9th Floor W. O. W. Bldg. Phone Douglas 678.
Wc don"t wiint much, just tlio "Lion's Share.'"
KlltK. TOHXADO, AUTOMOIULU, TLATK LAS8. KOILIiR,
IIL'KGT.AHV, HEALTH nnd ACCIDENT. 1
ALFRED C. KENNEDY;
UOO rhft National Dank I'.tilldiiiR. Phono Douglas Tliii.
Luncheon for Guild
George II. Haverstick Rave a luncheon
at the Omaha club at noon yesterday for
J. M. Guild, who leaves tho commlssloner
Mp ot the Omaha Commercial club fpr
Uayton. Those present at tho luncheon
O. R. 1 ost. ,
j. M. Guild, '
T. I Davis.
George H. Kelly,
T. A. Krye.
K. V. Judson.
Vnyiir State .Vormnl School.
The next Issue of the Goldenrod will
be a special foot ball number and will
contain halftones of all the members
of the first team with a brief sketch
of each player.
Dr. House and his class In sociology
will attend In a body the meeting of the
T L.- I .... f,. r- rha4,v and OrtlTM?.
tlon, which meets at Sioux City on Tuos-
i:y, .ovemuer ... ...
3913 foot ball squad was entertained at
a 6 o ciock ainner uy ur, aim ...
T House. Coach C. lr. Kockley and sev
eral members of the team responded to
ti, rim, mmrirr nf the present school
year closed on Friday, Isovember 14. A
report of each student, showing standing
In per cent will bo mailed to parents and
the quarterly report plan will be con
tinued during the year.
V great deal of Interest Is developing
In the newly organized debating society,
which meets on Monday evening of each
- m. n....i.n for HtRfniRjtlan at
ween. i .,. '--jr;
the last meeting was concerning the duty
ot tho United stales in mo eq
Take a Glass of
Advises folks to overcome Kid
ney and Bladder trouble
while it is only trouble.
EaUng meat regularly eventually pro
duces kidney trouble in some .form or
other, says a well-known authority, be
cause the uric acid in meat excites the
kidneys, they become overworked; get
frlugglsh; clog up and caute all sorta of
distress, particularly backache and mls-
. .v.. irMnov roulnn: rheumatic twin-
IJ .It IHB .....- J
hanrinr-hng. acid stomach, con-
atlp'atlon, torpid liver, sleeplessness, blad-l
Jta.- mnA iiHnnrv irritation. I
JThe moment jour bacis hurts or kld-l
R. C. Wagner. Soc'y.
W. O. Preston, Trens.
Accident and Health Claims
Satisfactorily Settled Dy
NATIONAL FIDELITY AND
National Fidelity & Casualty Co.,
Gentlemen: , ,,,, ,.- n.vmrnt in ma
salionai cmciiu vnuui" -
uation. The work Is carried oh Under
tho direction of President Cdnn.
The class of 191t has completed plana
for the Issuance ot an annual. vJlem
bers pt tho senior class met oh Thurs
day evening of last week and elected
the following officers: Kdltor-lh-chlef,
Harold Weber; associate editor, GIWl's
Kline; business manager, Tracy Kqh,'-
Ijist Friday morning the seniors took
charge of the chapel exercises and .car
ried out the regular order of business
by Impersonating tho various nitttlbera
nf thi? fucuitv. The event was cleverly
planned and furnished a great deal of
amusement for those present.
The resolution recently adopted by the
board of education relative to the duties
nf th tirealrlont and rurlstrai- of the nor
mal schools of the stale will require lit
tle. If any, change in the management
of affairs at Wayne. The Intent of this
mntlon was to free the president, as Car
as possible, from minor details ot office
management and to permit him to give
mora time and attention to educational
matters, virtually the policy that has
been pursued at Wayne since the or
ganization of the school.
Donne CollKe .Votes.
Dr. Kxner of New Tork City addressed
the Young Men's Christian association
Funday. November 9. His lecture cen
tered on the problems of young men.
,11c also repeated the lecture to the men
ot thb town at the Congregational church
In the afternoon.
Miss Gall Corell was the guest of Miss
Echo Jlatcllffe Sunday. Miss Corell was
on her way to Franklin where she has
recently been made head of the voice
department of the Frankllh academy
conservatory of music.
The Young Women's Christian associa
tions of Wesleyan and Doane hold an
exchango meeting Sunday afternoon. Four
ntf wnmn frnm Weilevan will be at
Doane and the Doane association I send-
. . . ,. t n U'a.Uv, n
Salts to Flush
if Your Back Hurts
neys aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers you. get about four ounces of
Jad Baits from any good pharmacy; take
a tablespoonfdl In a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
neys will then act fine. This famous salta
Is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthla, and
nan been used tor generations to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them to
normal activity; also to neutralize the
acids in the urine so it no longer Irri
tates, thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salta cannot Injure anyone; makes
a delightful effervescent Itthla-water
drink which millions of men and women
take now and then to keep the kidneys
and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding
serious kidney dleeaee.-vAdvertlsement.
WILL HAVE GET LIGENSB
Bach ii Prediction of Melvin Young
for Future Insurance Man.
SHOULD SELL RIGHT POLICY
Rdnraior nf Ajrrntu Advise Solici
tors to First Find tint Need nf
Clients rUforp Sale la
"Time Is conilnt when a certificate
from the insurance department of tho
stale of Nebraska will be evidence of
Qualification as welt as authority" This
was the statement made Saturday by
Melvin YoUng. founder and president of
(he New York Insurance school, who was
In Omaha for a few hours.
'What I mean by that," said Mr.
Yotmg, referring to the above statement,
"is that within ft few years there will be
a state examination required before any
agent or solicitor will bo allowed to sell
insurance In this state. And why
shouldn't he. Insurance soliciting Is a
jirotesslon. Borne peoplo say Insurance
solicitors are bom. I don't believe this.
Alt men must he born, but no man was
ever born wjth the science nnd art of
writing Ufa insurance as a natural growth
111 his brain. He must acquire that by
experience or Instruction. Some men aro
heller endowed by nature than others
for solicitors, but that is a question of
selection for managers and not a question
of experience or instruction for solicitors.
Pnllcle for All.
"There Is a cerlaln policy for certain
people, attd which are made by all com
pantes to fit tho ago and circumstance nf
Iho prospective. There Is whero the
most mistakes are made by both the
solicitor and the purchaser. A solicitor
hhoilld know Just what kind of a policy
It best adapted to the man he Is trying
to sell. And every purchaser of insur
ance has a right to know just what kind
he' wants. If this were accomplished
there would not be so many lapses as
llere are now." '
Mr. Young, tor twenty-two years, was
ah Insurance solicitor nnd prior to that
was ft reporter on ihb Chattanooga Dally
Mews. He' is ft college graduate. Four
years Ago tie quit selling Insurance and
foiinded tho New York Insurance school.
Since that time he has traveled about
United States, CftnadB. and Great Urltaln
addressing innuranee men and Incidentally
boosting his school. Today the school
litis an enrollmbeht of 30,0"0 Btudents.
LARGE RUN OF CLAIMS
AT FOSTER-BARKER OFFICE
Quite a large number of claims have
been presented and paid at tho Foster
Marker agency within a 6hort space of
time. Among these is tho prompt set
tlement or the J10.CW claim upon the life
Of Fred H. Dlake, who wan found dead
recently In his bathtub. There was no
contest made In this case, although the
circumstances mlBht have afforded
grounds for a dlsptito as to the merltB
of' the accident Insurance claim.
The claim of Homo Miller for J1.000
was paid upon the samo day his ma
chine, upon which the Insurance - waa
earHed, was destroyed by fire. Another
settlement In full was that with Charles
It. liogue, who Also collected fire Insur
ant Upon his auto In the amount of
HJOd, The. Halm or Dr. Elmer II. Por
ter Is still another which has come In
that' office within the same few days.
W, G. CHAMBERS IS DEAD
Passes Away, at Sanitarium at the
Age ot Eighty-Eight.
OLD AGE IS CAUSE OF DEATH
Freighted Avrnaa the Plnlns When
There- Was Ilenl Dnnurr from the
Indians, Who Were Prin
William O. Chambers, aged SS yearn
anjl one ot Omaha's pioneer citizens.
tassed away at 6 o'clock Sunday morning
t the Ilosietl Sanitarium and nest Home,
t&2 Sherman avenUe, of old age. Mr.
Cjlanlbers went to tho sanitarium two
lijonlhH ago when his health began to
frilf rapidly. Tho end came quietly, the
phi gentleman passing away In tho arms
pt attendants. The relatives were not
Present at tho time of death, but arrived
Mh Chambers otvned considerable
Omaha real estate and had long been
one of Omaha's well-known citizens. He
Is survived by his wife, a son and one
daughter. Mrs. Caroline ' J. Chambers
and son. William N. Chambers, a local
attorney and prominent golf player, are
residing at the Wellington hotel. Tne
daughter, Mr. G. I Tarke. lives at De
jlr. Chambers wis a civil war veteran
and served against the Indians In the
early Indian wars. He came to Omaha
for- the first time In 1SCT and waa em
hloyed by the government as a superin
Undent of transportation until the ad
vent ot the railways spoiled that busi
ness. He had not been actively engaged
In business for the hurt thirty-five years.
Bern In Scotland.
Mr- Chambers was bom In Edinburgh,
Scotland. In 1825, and came to America
in 1M7 when he was 21 years old. He en
listed In tHo United Statea army as a
private In 1M, two years later. After
five years of service he was honorably
discharged, after having attained the rank
of sergeant major.
Ha later entered the government serv
ice as a freighter arid worked at that
business tor many years. He had charge
of government six-mule teams with the
Union artny during the civil war. being
present at many of the larger battles,
notably that of Antletant. He saw serv
ice in Indian wars Under Albert 8Idney
Ho worked over the entire country as
a freighter, having his headquarters at
various times at Denver, Cheyenne, 8U
Louis, Leavenworth and Omaha. From
Omaha he traversed the prairies to Den
ver and Salt Lake City In charge of big
Mr. Chambers, wits of the deceased,
mads a memorable trip over the western
prairies In IMC from Fort Leavenworth,
Kan., to Denver, Colo., where she and
Mr. Chambers were married. She was an
English girl and had come to this coun
try with an uncle,
Ths funeral probably will be held at
Trinity cathedral Tuesday afternoon at
j o'clock, although definite arrangements
havo not been made.
the Insurance Field
AK-SAR-BEN LEADER CARRIES
IIIAULBS H. VJCKBNft
Business men who art making the
greatest success In their own businesses
are strong believer In ftdequalo life In
surance protection, They hsfieVt that ft
man's earning capacity Is 'u definite as
set which should b protested as fully
as any physical possession which may be
lost or destroyed. They point, also, to
the numerous other feature which are
valuable to tho owner of a life policy and
look upon that form of lnsuhmco as In
dispensable. Charles II. Hckens, former president
of tho board of Ak-Sar-B6n governors,
general manager of the Paxlon-Qalla-gher
company, and one of the very Prom
inent business men of Omaha, Is a heavy
carrier of Insurance on his life. Mr.
Pickens' policies aggregate over $50,000.
Ho believes It good business Judgment
to provide complete protection for his
family In this way. Nearly every busi
ness is more or less speculative, how
ever, a life Insuranco policy In a good
company approaches tho nearest to a
Fire Insurance Men
to Have Festivities
All Day Tuesday
Tuesday will be the biggest day of fes
tivities for field Insurance men In and
around Omaha that they havo had In
quite a while. The meeting will take
place at tho Loyal hotel, and In tho fore
noon tho Nebraska Pond of the Dluo
Goose will hold Its annual meeting, while
In tho afternoon the Nebraska Flro Pre
vention association In to hold a mooting.
A banquet will mark the closing of the
festivities, at which will be present about
seventy Insurance men. Governor More
head. State Auditor Howard, Secretary
of the State Insurance Board Brain,
State Fire Commissioner nidgell, Attor
ney General Martin, ex-United Btates
Senator llrown and President of the
Nebraska Fire Prevention Association
Freeman will be among the speakers of
One of the big features will be to en
courage everything that will prevent the
possibilities of fires.
Religion of Old
Mexico Does Not
Help the People
The religion of Mexico as a factor In
the unfitness of tho Mexican peoplo for
life and government, was comment"-
upon Sunday morning by tho Itev. Ed
win Hart Jenks, D. D.. pasjor of the
First Presbyterian church. He referred
to tho Mexican situation In the course
of his termon on the subject "Progress
"In spite of Paul's statement to tho
Greeks, that God made of one blood all
tho nations of the earth," declared Dr.
Jenks, "It Is said the Mexican race Is
not fit to live or govern themselves.
"And they aro not, becaUso the In
dividual man Is bound down by Ignorf
anco and superstltlon-not the religion of
Jesus Christ, the truth seeker, but the
creed of a temporal Institution, neither
inspirational nor progressive.
"The church In Mexico has mlslnter
nreted its mission on earth. It should
not be authoritative, but inspirational
the holding up of Jesus Christ to man
Tho minister used as his text, "Yo
shall know the truth, and the truth
phall make you free." . !He sold the
hlnVlnc mind today is . for truth, and
that the truth of Christ haa brought In
tellectual freedom and freedom, or soui,
than which there is nothing nigner.
"Nothing hinders humanity from prog
ress except that which lays a blight on
the brains and thoughts of men, con-
rr Jenks. "Release from
slavery of Ignorance and superstition is
the first step of human progrea
.iis. the man. rather than material
mm, or titles, heads the ad
hm.ta of true Christianity. If
the church forgets the call ot men It is
degenerate. There can be no social up-
. ,,,ii iho eolden rule. Inspired
Jesus, becomes the world's doctrine and
Christ's teachings are perw'i
pllfled by mankind.
HUNTERS TREAT FRIENDS
. TO A BIG SQUIRREL FEED
. ..,i-.t and rabbit banquet was
Uvea Jack Williams. James Thompson
and Carl Copeland. popular members of
last week's bill at the Orpheum, last
nlgt in the Carlton hotel cafe. The
S entertainers are well known here.
Thoes present were;
"leyIwl.. M. J. Gib-on.
SSrElWan. Peter, Loch Tom Pn
Nobles Frank Canpell of Council Hluffs.
A U A Sheriff Llndsey of Council
fliuffs. Tom Lee. Claude Bessie, Paul C.
Ilousch. George C. Clark, Harry P"""1'
J. W. McDonald, J. R. McDonald. Vin
cent McDonough. Fred W. Anheuser Jo
seph Ratolo. Ralph Radcllffe. U J""?'
O. 11. Dickson. Del C Rich. Ren H.
Serkowlch. Carl Copeland. James Thomp
son and Jock Williams-
The Terslstent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising la the Road to
It NT Wood of Omaha, Iowa stale
agent of the North P.rlUsh and Mer
cantile, addressed tho lire Insurance club
of Chliago last week on "Tho Field Man.
Ills Duties. Kxpertcnccs and Point of
View." This Is one of a series of lec
tures Intended to develop the various fac
tors of tho flro Insurance business.
Mr. Wood, who has had nearly thirty
years experience and Is a former presi
dent of the Flro Underwriters' Associa
tion of tho Northwest, noted tho modern
tendency toward specialization in the fire
Insurance business and the changes It
had produced In tho requirements for field
Ho gave as the fundamental and pre
eminent function of tho field man the
appointment and cultivation of agents
and urged that net results rather than
volume be considered. To do this work
properly, he said, a man must know and
understand human nature and should
know Ills business thoroughly In order to
Instruct and help his agents. Inspection
of risks Is also of growing Importance,
and for this a field man must havo a
wide knowledge of processes and hazards.
Wherever possible the Inspection should
be made In company, with the owner ot
Mr. Wood also dealt with collection or
delinquent balance and adjustment of
losses, and In closing showed tho opport
tunllica for usefulness and development
which come to tho field man who lives
up to the possibilities of his work.
nnt Order of Foresters of
Toronto has withdrawn from the states
of Wisconsin and Minnesota because or
stringent laws governing tho writing of
.Insurance Commissioner novollc or
Mlumiri In mirHiinncn of his plan to
push fire precaution, Is arranging lor n
series of meeting In fontuctlon with
commercial clubs nnd business urgnnlni-
tlons. Means llay, cnici tiopmy ui jnv
department, will bo In cliargo or urn
work, which seeks to arouse tho local
business men to tho Importance of re
ducing fire waste.
Movnr Kiel nf St. Lo't Is has ftppolnlou
.firu ut-ouantinn hnnimllton to dralt or
dinances to reduco the flro hntnrd of the
city. This is a pan or mo gi-nerii ni
palgn to bo launched ny tho etato for
the reduction of the flro wasto as a
practical way of getting lower Insurance
rates. Tho committee win omain ino urn
ordinances of other municipalities: and
adapt the best of them to Missouri con
ditions. tn.iiM,nr rvimmlmitimpr Mansfield (II
Connecticut has declined to Interfero with
tho merger of the Connecticut Mro with
tho Phoenix ot Hartford, after hearlrg
from protesting stocKiioincrs 01 no i on
necticut. The overwhelming majority or
the stockholders have already transferred
their stock, and It Is believed that the
litigation begun by tho minority will not
much further dolay the consummation of
TMn .nhuf rllinm to the Michigan state
workmen's Insurance fund, vhlch Is ad
ministered by the insuranco aeparununi,
elected Charles A. Btgelow of liny City
president at their second annual meeting,
It was reponea uini in rminuiuio '"jms
.... in I0fv(9 workmen, havo Joined.
Claims amounting to JI.4tt.Cl wero paid
during the year ana mere was a surplus
of J17.5H. In view of the showing It
was decided to cut down tho assessment
rate one-sixth. The department received
til.t2S.47 and tho expenses of manage
ment were H.770.72. The assots at the
close of tho fiscal year. Heptomber 30,
were JM.S01.M. On November 1 the assets
had Increased to 3,1115 and the surplus
Persistent Advertising is the P.oad to
SUCCESS OF JEWISH PEOPLE
Hugo Sonnensohein of Chicago Tells
of Some Things Accomplished.
POINTS OUT DUTY OF YOUNG
Ohservnnc nt Tt'nal Il'rlth Closes
with ISxrrclsra nt Temple lornel,
Sprrches and Miiulo Heine
on the Provrnni.
"If the Jewish people in America, who
an a class are already conceded 10 nave
made a success In a material way, will
only adhore to the prophetic religion of
their fathers, they will contribute much
that Is uplifting to the moral and social
standards of the country," said Hugo
Bonnscheln, a ChtcaRO attorney, who
last night delivered at Temple Israel
an addresH qri "Jewish Problems In
Yesterday was tho R'nal R'rith day and
a celebration, was conducted undor the
joint auspices of Nebraska and William
McKlnley lodges and the ladies' auxiliary.
Mr. Honnescheln was tho guest.
"Tho theory of our religion la particu
larly applicable to the big, free manner
of living In America," said Mr. Sonnen
sohein. "In fact it has been, and Is be
ing applied here. Our doctrines are of
this world they provide for tho living1
of tills life. We claim that many of
the great thinkers of this country and
the benefactors of the day are beginning
to see the light that Is shown by our
theories, Miss Jane Adams In her
great work Is entljely In accord with
what we have been taught and with what
we.are trying to teach the younger gene
ration of our people.
Ilutr of Yoang People.
"Tho mention of 'younger generation'
suggests a thought: What tlin Jewish
peoplo In America are to accomplish in
the way of making themselves good, tiso
ful citizens of tho country depends upon
the younger people. I am constrained to
admit that they are not as enthusiastic
and zealous In their efforts to live up
to these teachings as might bo wished.
OUr beliefs can bo given Indeed, have
heen given rank In Uie spiritual thought,
of America, Many of us have not yet
come to realize It, but It in so. Many of
ua fall to appreciate the fact that ours
Is the opportunity to gain credit for
things bigger and better) than theso that
may accrue from our financial opera
tions, but such Is tho truth- It Is, In the
venacular of the hour, 'up to us to mako
Mr, Sonnc-acheln t-xplalnod that, al
though his address had been advertised
as dealing with "Jewjsh Problems In
America," lie did not regard the part
that all Hebrews should have In tho
general scheme of American life as In
volving any great problems.
Day of Fratlvltlra,
The day's festivities of the Jewish peo
ple of Omaha were Inaugurated at P
o'clock In the morning, when a commit
tee escorted tho guest of the day, Mr
Sonnescheln, from tho station to the
Loyal hotel, where a reception was held.
.From 10:30 o'clock until noon scores
MANY MEN IN ORDER TO
INCREASE THEIR ESTATES
tTso huh hods nt lcnfit pnrtly speculative Every man
should have a portion of his estate absolutely beyond
any possibility of a loss. A policy in tho National Life
of Vermont provides an estate certain and secure.
Compare tho character of our assets $59,000,000
with those of our competitors. Decido then for yourself.
Our monthly income policy provides a continuous
monthly pension for tho bonoficiary and is the best of
its kind in tho market today. We challonge competi
tion and invito careful comparison.
Live local representatives wanted for open ter
ritory. Call or write
J. V. STARRETT, State Agent,
401-2-3 Paxton Blk. Douglas 126.
THOUSANDS OP DOLLARS
Given to widows and children every month by the IraTelera' Xnsuranos Co.,
Drop me a hint and let mo be of real service to you and yourn.
Tom S. Kelly "Tl" SgSg""-
Guarantee Fund Life Association
Organized January 2, 1002.
Assets, Oct. 1, 1913 W2S!"I?
Reserve Fund, Oct. 1, 1913 985'2S'K
Securities with Stato Department, Oct. 1. . . 583,337.50
Policies provide, doath. disability and old ago benefits, and aro
Incontestable after two years from their dato.
Unselfish men doslro llfo Insurance, for protection for tha
family. That Is tho only kind of a policy we Ibsuo. Men only,
21 to, CO years, aro eligible.
Slnco most mon dcelro llfo Insuranco mainly for protection,
why not buy n policy that win best servo your needs?
Guaranteed rate per $1,000 Insuranco, ago 35 years, $13.30.
Othor ages In camo proportion.
Homo Office :-: :-: Brandeis Bldg.
Phono Douglas 7021.
$5,000 Accident Insurance, or$5 a Yr.
Wheeler & Welpton Co.
1511 DODOB BTBEET.
for LIFE INSURANCE CONSULT
on your insur
ance 'phono D.
1275. and ask
about the new
low oo at, all
cies. all Plans.
dow m onta.
Joint or Part
ration and Monthly Income or Pen-
Th. PrUdintlaJ Xns. Oo. of Am.rlca,
inc. fs a Stock Co.. by New jer8ey.
fTr Nebraska and Bout . i Dakota.
.,. . m w.n Bank Bldg., Omana
Ol9- w- -
"State Mutual Lite"
OF WORCESTER, MASS.
0KE0FTHE otBEST 59 YEARS
nnil llcst Companies on
W. H. INDOE
(IBS Bco DldK. OMAHA.
Joined In an automobile nao u 'i. "
clty. In the afternoon at 3 o clock there
... ... .t .nt. (ha
was a Joint meeting oi mc v
Contlmvital hall. Twelve new member,
wero Initiated. Mr. Honnenscheln making
a short talk. At 6:30 o'clock
banquet at tho Loyal hotel, attended b
about 160 persons. Arthur .darowlU.
president of the William McKlnley lodgo.
Itabbl Vicderlok Colin presided at the
evening exerclres at Temple Israel and
delivered an address of welcome. Miss
Bather Kpsteln, president of tho ladles
auxiliary, ulso spoke. A piano solo by
Harold Hosenbaum, and a violin solo by
Miss Helen Homer was given. Bamuel
J Leon Introduced Mr. Sonnensohein.
Henry Monsky was chairman of tho
committee on arrangements for ll'nal
of Imperial Patterns
In this age of progress thore Is always
something Iwitter being produced cvery
day. Tho old style patterns for em
broidery wero very good until an Im
proved process for transferring them was
Invented which goes linnd-ln-hand with
the Imperial Pattern Outfit, and entirely
eliminates tho time and trouble of the
hot Iron method.
Tho Uee Is distributing these outfits,
each of which contains over 10 different
embroidery designs, a booklet of Instruc
Hons and an all metal spring hoop. The
way to obtain them Is to bring or send
six coupons and 68 cents for oaoh outfit
wanted, or 7 cents extra If packet Is to
A HhootliiK Hcrupe
with both parties wounded, demands
llucklen's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds
sores, burns, bolls, cuts or piles. Only Sc.
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Mrs, Charles H. Loldngler of Manila is
the guest ot Mrs. C. C. iielden during her
stay in Ojuaha.
raoxa DOtra. im.
INSURANCE IN FORCE
December 31, 1906 t 669,000
Docombor 31, 1908 1,463,318
December 31, 1910 2,641,084
Docombor 31, 1912...... 4,806,602
Octobor 31, 1913 6,687,330
LOCAIi AGENT8 WANTED
In ovory county In the state. THB
MIDWEST LIFE la a live, up-tc-dato
company and pays liberal Initial and
ronewal commlsalons. Its growth has
been steady and persistent. The year
1914 will soon be hero and It is none
too early to mako your plans. Call or
The Midwest Life
N. Z. BNELL, Prebidxnt
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United States the
Battle Ground for
War Against Sin
"The United 8tates la the stratecto
point In tho battle between Christian
religion and the unconverted." said the
Ilov, D. D. Proper, secretary of the Ne
braska State Missionary sootety, apeak.
Ing at the First Baptist church Sunday
morning. "I believe God hid this count
try from discovery until he had pre
pared a people who would evangelise
tho woild," he added.
The Itev. Mr. Proper said that this coun
try has been dedicated to the Protestant
religion, and that "America is verily
The speaker dwelt at some length on
tho geographical position of America in
the work of the evangelization and de- .
clarcd that "every country looks to
America as the golden hope ot the world
tor the United States Is the only coun
try In the world to give free religious
liberty to its people."
The United States Is already exerting
a remarkable Influence in the conversion
of other countries, according to Rev.
Mr, Proper, and many thousands of con
verts aro being made In foreign coun
tries by Immigrants who return to their
native lands from the United Btates. He
believes tho recent revolution in China
and the subsequent establishment of tha
republican government la due to the
influence of the 'Chinese who have coma
to this country, been educated In the
Christian religion and returned to evan
gelize their people.
The speaker sounded a warning .to th
Baptists and the Protestantism In gen
eral, when he declared they were losing
ground In the United States. The num
ber ot Protestants in 1910. he said, Is
smaller than In 1S90, and the proportion
of Baptists in the cities now la only
half what It was twenty years ao.
The great work of the church today,
in the belief of Kev. Mr. Proper, Is the
conversion of the aliens who are coming
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