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THE OlVfAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 1, 1914.
Two-Wheeled Speed Machines Will
Occupy One Seotion.
CTCLECAR TO BE EXHIBITED
UKit Trpe of Motor Vehicle Will
Be Displayed by Nebraska Cycle
Company n Same Section
NEW PRESIDENT OF 'LOZTER
Tho motorcycle allotment will be very
much In evidence at the Omaha Auto
sobile show thla year. Last year was
the flrat year a motorcycle exhibit waa
shown In Omaha. and the aucceas of that
renture wee ao marked that this year It
waa decided to give more attention to the
two-wheeled machines In order to kc
commodate the desires of the public,
which, aa a whle has as much curiosity
about motorcycles aa about automobiles.
The exhibit this year will be aa It was
Iat year. In the north corridor of the
Auditorium, with entrance from the
stage, tho entlro corridor has been re
served for thla put pose and will bo deco
rated appropriately. Designer Collins
ku devised distinctive decoration for
the section and promises that It will be
rm of the most attractive adjunct to
the big- event.
Aa the motorcycle Industry in Omaha
la la its infancy and the number of deal
era la relatively few, only four flrma
have contracted for apace. They are the
Xebraaka Cycle company. W. K. Dewey,
Victor Boos and the Omaha Bicycle coni
paay. However, each of these firms la
agent for several brands of motorcycles.
ao the sire of their exhibits will bo large
and all brands of machines will be dis
played. The makes of machines which
will be in the exhibit are Indian, llarley-
lDvldson. Heading-Standard, Yale, Thor
Many different types of machlnea will
Manv different types of machlnea will
be shown thla year. The motorcycle In
dustry haa advanced by atrldea during
the laat twelve months, so that there are
Just aa many styles in motorcycles
there are motor cars. Some of tho late
two-wheeled vehicles aro as completely
equipped, even to the electrical devices,
aa an expensive automobile, fcach one
nt h eshlbltora Will also show- a de
livery body attachment for the machlnea.
Thla year the new and much-talked -of
Cyolecar will be displayed. 'Thla la the
flrat vear these peculiar little machlnea
have been shown anywnere'and they are
arousing all' kinds of curiosity at tne
Mtioeal shows which are being held in
Xe'w York and Chicago. The Cyclecar Is
a amall affair, bullti low. to the ground
and holds two passengers. There are
venl in Omaha already and they have
no difficulty In cllmblnjr hiye or making
rmnearauveiy laat ume. i no hum ""-"
in niA in Omaha la the' Imp and la typl
cal of the little cars. . An Imp will be
Ainiavnf In the motorcycle section at
on Twin Motorcycle
clerevrr.an at 'least who
la a firm beljever in the efficiency of
the motorcycle, not perhaps as a "saver
of souls," but as a saver of time., a, saver
of wiener and a' eWver of ministers. "
George W. Phillip, pastor ,ef "First
BapUat church ot Hamilton, O.. la the
minister In question, and after" a year's
use of a Yale Twin be calls his machine
"so vital an adjunct to my proieswon
that I would not bo without it.
Before buying a motorcycle, Mr. PhlMlps
often experienced a tax almost beyond hU
energy. Now ther are few demands that
prove too 'heavy. For Instance, trot lone
ho he handled a full forenoon's work
at Ma office, had dinner In Hamilton,
mounted his machine rode twenty-five
miles to Kentucky, preached a funeral
Mmnn at 2 o'clock. ' and was . back at
Hamilton for his evening's work.
Another day ho tutti -three weddings to
eerform In half an hour, and had ' to
cover wore than two miles to make con
nectlons tho motorcycle made the thing
Auto Show Develops
Ie Huff, manager of the Nebraska
Butck Auto company, haa returned from
the Chicago shew and" he reports .that
while the decorations were very pretty
and the shew la general very successful,
there were no new features of any Im
portance brought out at the show and ,no
freak cars of an; kind displayed, which
shows that the automobile has settled
down to what Is a'flnlshed product.
Lifting of Marion
Receivership is a
tho curves as
to bo Just aa good on
Ueachey'a nonflap plane.
NVnrlv alt the nromlnent automobile
m.e.1 J!l?h "Jrc' Church of the Covenant to Start
Aa a result activities on the row were
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
Two Weeks' Revival.
Guy L. Smith la the proud possessor of r,v v m RflTTRTl irn T.T'.flTTniE
a photograph of President Wilson apeak- X. 1. HVUOtt XV Jj&UlUiUi
Ing from a Hudson six to e,uw scnooi
Interest locally la being
Htrat Memorial Church Thlrty-
Ponrth and Inrimore, Arranges
Musical Pro a mm for
taken by motor men with regard to the
first automobile show In St. Joseph,
which will be held for four daya aubsc
fiuent to February 4. Most of the local
men arc Interested In: the success of the
snow ana several win auenu. ,Xn, Cnurcn of th Covcna.nt, Presby
George Toorer hopped over to Chicago terjan, Twenty-seventh .and .Pratt, an-
n tun 'itinw thar in ma lust hOWl nounrea a tn irMti rt f tiHval
mSa at ChIcagoleP,aJ ? beginning Monday. These meet-
wl" b0 to the displays at Chicago. be
GREELEY GOT ALL THE GLORY f-J W&Z. a!!'
I T1 A
"Go We( Voting; Man,"-Expression
Attributed to an Inillann
President Marshall, Dr. Fisher and Pas
tor Meek will bo the' speakers and there
will be good music.
Nine 6ut of ten persons If asked to
quote s6nio utterance of Horace ureeiey
would respond with, "Go west, young
I man." Home woum aon -ana stow "h
with the country." The Troy (N. Y.)
Times goes even further. It says that Tenor'Solo The Holy
this was the Invariable reply that the
great editor of ,the Tribune made to
every young -man who sought , hla . ad
vice. Tho advice was ao good that it has
been fixed In the mind of the public and
It Is doubtful whether the. idea that
Greeley: originated the phrase will ever
nam awav. Yet, the circumstances of
the phrase being- attributed to Greeley
in .what waa deemed a harmless piece
of literary foreery have often been net
forth. Mr. Greeley finally aet tho mat
ter right In the columns of tho Tribune
by declaring that' the expreaslon of the
sentiment had been erroneously at
tribute! to hlmnelf. But he added that
Dasiiw4- -P m 4-Vrk Tnnrin io fully did he concur In tho advice it
JUUUOOJLUl UilG liftUD that endorsed It most heartily and
Joined In saying, "Go west, young mans
The article in which the advloe first
npneared was written by John I B.
Boule for the Terrs llauto Express In
1R51. William 8, Walah, who haa run
the hlatory of the matter down to
original sources, says that Mr. Boule and
Richard Thompson, later secretary of
the navy, were talking in Mr. Boule's
sanctum, and Mr. Thompson, who held
his friend's talenta'aa a writer in high
esteem, was urging him to go west and
grow up with tho tountry. By way of
encouragement he told Mr. Boule that
ho could write an article that would be
attributed to Horace Greeley if he tried.
Following Is the -evening program at
the Hirst Memorial Methodist church,
Thirty-fourth and Iarlmore avenue;
Bass Solo-4-Itock of Ages Thompson
' ' H. P. Connver.
Baritone Solo Homeland...
A. T. Alvord.
Chorus singing by tho cbolr.
BeV. F. T. . Bouse' will apeak Sunday-
night on "Ten Signs of the Coming King
dom'! at 7:15 at 'the First Congregational
church, Nineteenth, and.' Davenport.
The Woman's Missionary society of
North Prcsbyterinn church held lta ban-
net- meeting during the week. Attendance,
gifts and Interest were the largest. A
luncheon preceded the session and 230 wo
men sat about the tables. Rev. Mr. Kal-
Una, pastor of the South Omaha Bohe
mian Presbyterian church, made the ad
dress and Dr Charles Herron of the sem
inary gave ap Instructive map talk. Miss
Thelma Ellis sang and Mra. Bryce Craw
ford submitted the financial statement.
The enlarged financial gifts are attrib
uted to the quickened Interest in the mis
sion study classes, which has become a
dominant spirit In the entlro work of this
Rt. Rev. Bishop Bcannell will preach at
the 11 o'clock mass Sunday morning at
St. . Cecelia's procathedral. . ,
It. tt. Homon will addresa the Interna
tional Bible students Bunday at 3 p. m.
In Baright hall, corner Nineteenth and
Farnam streets, on the subject, "The Re
lation of Mind to Matter."
What Is taken In automobile circles to
be a most optimistic sign of trade condi
tions in general and of the automobile
Industry In particular, was th? lifting if
the receivership for tho Marlon Motor
Car company of Indianapolis on January
24. It was shown that tho financial af
fairs of the company have been adjusted
for the continuation of the company's
business on a1 larger scale than ever before.
The Marlon company went Into the
hands of a receiver November 3, last. It
was announced at that time that the ac
tion was a .protective one 'and the com
pany claimed ,to be solvent.
The discharge of the Marion receiver Is
especially noteworthy in view of tho fa:t
that it Is one of the first Instances in
which standing has been restored to an
automobile company whose affairs haa
been under the supervision of the court.
It gives Woat concrete evidence to sus
tain recent declarations and various
statements as to the future bright pros
pects for the trade. The successful end
ing of this receivership la sure to go far
in creating and maintaining confidence
throughout the automobile world.
C. W. McDonald, manager of the
Marion Auto company of this city. ,ln
speaking of thla. action aald) "This means
that the Marion factory .will go ahead on
t ....- i i I, ' . - : .
orc- .V1- nnr th& article In full and Pastor-Sunday school at
.lna ".MQ wn,cn lM Maom Sal:: Z"V r.. i t. hvoroWp anaUrd 8 st
Olivet. Thirty-eighth and Grant Avenue
Sunday school at 10. Preaching at 11
and 7:30. Baptist Young People's union
Mr. Soule modeatly demurred. Mr,
Thommnn Insisted and offered to bet a
Z ' ' . . ... and 7:30. 'Bap
Darrei oi iiour, u n oouio "( lat 6:30 Midweek
son, that tho feat could be accomplished I evening' at S.
if Mr. Soule tried hla beat. Calvary. Twentv-flfth and Hamilton. J.
Mr. Boula wrote a column editorial for A. Maxwoll, , Pastor "Tho Steadfastness
v.- ,n,.. nnriimliiM. in the M Christ'- communion and reception of
- -rr .. . . members at io:ao. procraaunatoro"
west, beginning with the. words: 'Horace at 7:So. y0ung iwople's meeting at :!.
Greeley could never have given a young I Subject, "Twelve Great Verses." leader,
,.tr ..win. thni that contained Melvern Metcalfe.
in th .mi ' 'Go weat. youns- man ' " Olivet Grove, Thtrty-alxth and Crown
In the words, uo west, young-, man. . . AvenueSunday school at 2:45.
It will be observed that it waa not teen- I lynching service each Thuraday evening
nlcally a forgery, but lta Direct waa tnoiat 8. cottage meeting Tueaaay evening
t. . .... ... I at the homn of Mr. Davla. 6102 North
. I? r A,. V,.rft.tl Tfilrty-seventh. Bpaclal revival meetlnga
of the country to the other, necessitating wUl DCgjn ln tn8' church noxt Sunday.
the correction by Mr. Oreeley in the Rev. Mr. Beard will preach.
Tribune, which waa accomplished by re Grace, Tenth and Arbor, E. B. Taft.
,Xai v,. vu trtir! in full ami I Pastor Sunday school at 10. Morning
i- i ... . . . .... iivornnin ana uord'B RUDDer at 11. auo-
ia.held by dealers and bwnera Is what nan aireaoy neen .tcU .-Tho-Humility of Jesus." , Baptist
fi.ot ,..' !... ii.. t .i. . .i lit IB one oi uio pruiu oi i&ie mm uw i vnunir i'f ome h union at -7. 'juvcnina wor-
naiuraiy , we ,arn weu pleased with the --" "T"T : nrv: school. 2010 South' Fourtn, at-a.
outcome and, we are all hoping that' there Pt at second hand.-Bt. Louis, Globe- .FlM- corner "Harney ' and Twenty.
win, bo! no, more floods In Indianapolis,
for, , as a- matter of fact, tho factory's
temporary embarrassment waa very
largely" due to, the floods of last March.
whlch.rcsultedln not only great financial
I... . , I . .... . . . '
iubo uini ume, dui almost entirely
disabled the manufacturing oraanlna-
ninth Avenue. Rev. W. Jasper HowelL
Pastor Morning worship1 at 10i30. Ob-
CiDTUnillit'C :CUnOk (Q servance of Lord's' supper and reception
Cfn I nUUAlXC .onUUIV Id t,t new mnmbera. Sunday school at noon.
RECORDED AT SEATTLE frTSSJ cSSt
lacter Than Self-lUisPectlng Non-Chrls-
WAaHINGTON. Jan. 31. A pronounceu I tlansT
. ." 1. . - Jl - J I . n v . . LT.U fn..Mt.,.fAti,k Mn
tion right In tho height of the spring sea- ,,-Whlh instruments of Georgetown unl- Plnkney Streets Morning aervlcea at 10:30.
aon and thla naturally made them ov- !!2.r
. .......... .. ------i iiirst , uapusv cnurcn ui iwwum, y.p.
at 10:M and continued until 11:44 o'clock, niblo school at 'noon. Young people's
meeting, at 6:30. Evening service ax i:su,
nAnnuptftfi dv itev.. 'j. nomas auqchuu.
Ttaraea aunDer served by the men at 6:30
Wednesday evening, followed by an hour's
Bible study, prayer meeting at a.
North Side. Twenty-second and Lothrop
Streets, H. Klrechateln, Mlnlater Morn
ing sermon theme, "The Source of Per
sonal insDtratlon." Bible school at noon-
Christian Endeavor at 6115. Evening ser
mon, theme, "The Young People and the
First. Twenty -sixth and Harney-
Charles E. Cobboy, Pastor Morning aerv.
Irn at 11. Toole. Resurrection Lessons,'
EXPLOSION OF FIRE DAMP wJ.?l J?1 WW
A'Atini- PnnlA'a Society of Christian En-
DOKTMTIND. Germany. Jan. 31.J.Twen- M.ivor at 6:30. Tocfc. "Christian En-
nMnna a iraA.. t k.. duvor Proxress." Junior Endeavor at
kliM an -n.. i-i,,,. i . 4:30. Bible school at 9:45.
i jHuauu ui tiro uwiitf in uio Aontnown v. oi (. rrv..n
colliery today. The management' bellevea ty.fourth Street and St. Mary's Avenue-
tae numoer oi aiuea ana injurea tnus BUDject or icason-sermon, -ixjvo. j.ijo
far accounted for, , represents all the church building being ...ueaicatea on inia
late in. finishing their 1913 production nnd
corresponding late In starting deliveries
or their prcaent models."
Nimrod Attempts to
Use His Paige Oar
for His Duck Boat
Hurt i Sit
At Ut the, Paige repreaentatlvea have
been forced to acknowledge that tho
Page la not. infallible.. One thing tho
Paige can not do It can't be used for a
duck boat. ,
T. F. Riley of, Fargo, N. D., seemed to
have, an idea that hla Paige could go any
where, lie la a famous nimrod and uses
his, car for hunting In the mountains and
on the plains, and it haa. nover failed him
but once. He took to duck hunting In hla
Paige', and thla was too much even for
this good-natured, willing car.
Mr, ltllcy tells In hla letter that the
efforts' of tho two-man power kicker be
hind, coupled 'with the thirty-six horse
power tinder tho hood were successful
In pulling him out of the marsh, but
adds," if it had been any other car than
a Paige I would be there yet."
The observers estimate that' the tremors
were about 2,060 miles distant, in a north
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. a. A strong
earthquake waa recorded, today oh tho
seismograph of the Vnlverslty of ' Wash
ington, beginning at 7:59 a. m. and con
tinuing until 8:35 a, m. The needle moyed
two inohea on the record. .Indications are
that the. disturbance waa 4,000 mile south
of Seattle. -
TWENTY-TWO KILLED IN
a matter of .money
aW tCallS ItUI i. hind, coupled wlth the thlrty-slx hom. Heverla of
J Innwnr imi'tr ivia Vmn.t .......... If matrimony la
wiui you. tne oiaer and uglier the man Ya
I the better; for nothing should corns be
tween you and your sdlden calf.
I If a man were not deformed he would
i not need to be reformed.
I The risks are great .enough for. any
woman, even wnen ane marries a man
I who does not need reforming.
if i - . m o txt i i I .Many women are becoming so useful
motor i our oi mnamjr
, . .. I The Bible never said that tt waa not
"Joseph R. Drake, vice president of the 5'l"TTSn'"2 JK "SSSYi
Hudd Motor Car comnany. la moklnar iinnn.
The.' work, worriea and ,woea of adult second tour of the world in a Hupmablle. It you want to pull with your wife don!t
A little. Btwwt'a Dyspepsia Tablet
Will Aid Yewr Kxfca.ttated low.
acli to Uigtat Atty MtI.
t' tt n ral lov to see children eat?
There Is almost a ridiculous 'humor about
It The same Joy that a'chlW feels at
meal time should , be experienced by
"crown upa" and would be if they would
only do aa children ao.
Drake Makes Second
life ekhaust tho digestive 'apparatus and w. VUVJ . 3 " j " "-."T w. rti T Into the household aifalrs.
nature very often Is not allowed time or .r" "'".. ",u "'u""u Once In a while let vour husband have
ofortunity to renew or-repair tho ex- toureu in a uupmobiie three year ago. the last word-Jt will please him and be
auatea organs' ana-oepieea amesuve out is traveling more leisurely and car- no loss to you. Washli
rylng the gospel 'of 'Hupmobllo Into sec
tions not vjslted on, hla previous world
Starting out frbra England, he crossed I
over to France and,' after touring down
riata. thru services will be held, at 11 a.
m., 3 p. m. ana 8 p. m. ounaay scnooi
at 8:45 and 11 a. m.
Flrat Nineteenth and Davenport. F. T.
Rouse, Paetor Morning worahlp at 10:30.
Evening service at 7:43. Subject 'Ten
Signs of the Coming of the Kingdom."
Young People's Bociety of Christian En
deavor at 6:45.
Sf. Mary's Avenue, Twenty-seventh
Street and St Mary's Avenue, nev. o. A.
n.iih.rt Paatnr Mnrnlnir service at 10:3):
sertnon theme, "The Nature and Extent
df.the Kingdom of God." Bunday echool
at noon. Orchestra music. Midweek serv
ice wednesaay evening.
Plymouth. F. W. Leavltt, Minister-
Service at the-University chapel, Twenty-
fourth ana rrau oireeta, ai iv; a- ra.;
tnni. "rhriatlan Endeavor." Sunday
school at noon. Young people's meeting
at 6:S0. Chrlauan Endeavor weea win oe
observed with aome special meeting each
fiarman. Elcrhtcenth and Cumins?. Rer,
v. natortnr. Pastor Sunday school at 10.
Preaching at u ana s. iiev. a. uraucnie
and Ohio. Rev. T. J. Collar, Rector Holy
coumunton at S. 8unday school at 9:4&.
H61y communion with sermon at 1L
Evening prayer with aermon at 7:30.
St Matthias, Tenth and Worthlngton,
Rev. George S. Bouthworth, Pastor
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. Holy
communion at 8. Sunday school at 10.
Holy communion and sermon at 11. Even
song and sermon Friday at 7:30.
Church of St Phlllo the Deacon. Twen
ty-first near Paul, Rev. John Albert Will-
lams, vicar Holy communion at t-.ju.
Matlna at 10:30. Holy eucharlst (choral)
with sermon, "The Church, One, Holy
Cathollo and Apostolic." Sunday school
at 12:45. Evening prayer with sermon
La the rati.
Messiah (formerly Zlon) English, Mag
nolia, Hall, Rev. G. W. Snyder. Pastor
Catechetical class' at" ,9:30. Sunday 'School
at 10. Church services at It Subject,
"Encouragement to the Weak."
St Paul's, Temporarily' at Thirty-fourth
nnd Seward, Rev. E. T. Otto, Pastor
8ei-vlces at 10. Sunday school at 11:30.
Rev. At. Halverson will preach the En-
fllsji evening acrmoa.at T.wenty-slxth and
lamilton at S. The choir meets Wednes
day at 8. '
Grace English, Twenty-sixth Between
Poppleton and .Woolworth, C. N. Swlhart,
Minister -The Greatest Element Which
Works Toward Perfection" at 11. "Thd
Three Lands" at ,7:45- Sunday school .it
6:60. Luther league at 7. Confirmation
class Friday at 4.
St. Mark's English. Twentieth and
Burdette.'Rev. Dr. L. GrOb; Pastor "Tho
Friend of God Prevailing Prayer" at 01.
"Leah, Tender Eyed and Patient" at 7:30.
Sunday chool at 9:46. "Voung People s
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:4o.
Cateohlsatlon Friday at 4:16 and 7:30.
St Matthew's English, Nineteenth wd
Castdlar, Rev. 'G. W. Snyder. Pastor
Bible school at 1:30. Subject "Tho Power
of Asking." Services at 7:30. Subject
Our Debt to the World." catecneucai
class on Friday at 4. Boys' athletics and
cnoir rehearsal at :so. -rne ioi
society will meet Thursday afternoon at
the residence of Mrs Laura R. Sayrs. 1157
Zlon. Thirty-sixth nnd Lafayette Ave
nue. Rev. A. T. Lorlmcr, Pastor-aunaay
school at 10. Service at 11. Song service
at .8. The choir will partaKe. wiui bov-
eral numbers. Thursday evening service
at 7145. Choir practice immeaiaieiy
Sunday, February 8, at 11, communion
and reception of new members. Luther
league will meet on Tuesday evening,
February "3 in the church parlors, with
program and refreshments.
Kountze Memorial, Farnam and Twenty-sixth
Avenue, Rev. Oliver D. Baltxly,
Ph. D., V. D Paator-Services for the
fourth Sunday after Epiphany. Morning
worahlp at u, budjcci. -
Storm." Evening at 8, BUbJcct When
Hnn Ta What It OiiRht to Be." Sun
day "school at-9:45. Luther league at ,.
At the confirmation classes Tnursday
and Friday evenings at 7:4o and Frldaj
afternoon at 4:16 tho subject will be
What Is the Truth ADOUl lvcgentrauuii
mni... m,nv.rlr nnit Ulnnev Streets.
Thomas Blthell, Psjtor-Mornlng service
at 10. Sabbath school at 12. JSpworth
league at 6!30. Evening servlco at 7.30.
Rev. C. r. Bnepnera oi unu
preach' morning and evenings,
itirat Mnmorlal. Corner Thirty-fourth
Street and Larimore Avenue, Rev. H. L.
Hess, Pastor Preaching at It subject,
"The Manliness of Jesus." Solo by Mrs.
Wllllani Claire. Preaching at 7:30. sub
ject "Smith and tho Churchgoer."
Pearl Memorial, Twenty-rourtn ana
Larimore, Rev. J. Franklin Haas, Minis
ter Morning worahlp at 10:30. Sacra
ment of tho Lord's aupper. Short aermon
by the pastor, nunaay scnooi nuuu.
Evening sermon by the pastor on "The
Unapproachable Life." Special musio at
THrat. Twentieth and DavenDort IXV.
Titus Lowe, Minister Morning service at
U o'clock, subject "Tho Sane Vlowpolnt
of Religion." Evening service at 7:o0,
subject "The Fool Who Forgot the One
Needful Thing." Music under the direc
tion of Thomas J. Kelly. Sunday school
at-9.45. Epworth league at 6:30.
nlatz Memorial. Tenth and Pierce, C,
N. , Dawson, .Minister Sunday school at
8:30, Dr. ' J. L. Franz, auperlntendent.
Preaching at 10;45 by the paetor. Epworth
ijMruii jkl u:ou. j-lurcxiuB iUUIliUC. IWW.
Prachlnir at 7:30 by the Gideons. Mra.
VIA 'V. Williams will sine. Men have been
appclally Invited to this service. Prayer
meeting wcaneaaay at ,v:aw.
Hnnm-nm Park. Corner Woolworth Ave-
mi and Tw'enty-nlnth Street Prcachins
services at 11 and 7:45. At the morning
aarvlpn ther will be holy communion.
At night the pastor will preach on "Sin's
Waterloo." A special song service will
be held the flrat fifteen minutes. There
will be a nute aolo and otner special
mualc. Come early and enjoy the song
service. Sunday school at 9:45. Epworth
league at 6:30. Midweek prayer service
Wedneaday evening at 8. Second quar
terly conference Monday evening at the
home of the pastor, 2818 Woolworth ave
nue, at 8 o'clock.
McCabe. Fortieth and Farnam. W. H.
Underwood. Minister Sunday hour is 10
o'clock. Warren W. Cllne, superintendent
Adult Bible class at 10, James. TreoiicocK,
teacher. Morning service at u; tneme,
"The Contrary Winds." Mr. Jonathan
Mellon haa charge of the choir and there
will be special mualc. Junior league at
8 o'clock, ln care of Miss Dorothy Shim
mer. Epworth league at 6:30, Thomas
Calvert president Evening" Service at
7:30; subject "Think on These Things."
Prayer meeting weanesaay evening at
7:30, followed by Bible study, Mr. John
Cllftnn Hill Rev. Charles Herron. D. D..
will preach at 11 and 7:30.
Castellar Street, Rev. C. C. Meek, Pas-
torMornlnr worship at 1L Special
Christian Endeavor service, at 8. Sabbath
school at 10. junior Christian isnaeavor
at 3:30. Christian Endeavor at 7. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at s.
Church of the Covenant, Pratt and
Twenty-seventh, Rev. Charles H. Flem
ing, Pastor Morning worship at 10:30.
theme, "At the Door." Bible school at
noon. Endeavor meeting at 6:45. Even
ing worship at 7:30, subject, "The Won
derful Love of God."
Central United, Twenty-fourth and
Dodge, Hugh B. Speer. Pastor Morning
worship at 10:30. subject "Life's Hlehest
Aim." Sabbath school at 12, N. S. Brown.
superintendent Young pcoplo'a meeting
at 6:30. Evening worahlp at 7(30, W. B.
Graham, director of music.
.North, Twenty-fourth and Wirt, M. V.
Htgbee, D. D. Pastor Rov. Jamea A.
Worden, D. D., will preach at 10:30. Sun
day school at 12. Young People's Society
of Christian Endeavor and evening serv
ice will be united, tho pastor preaching a
special sermon to young people,
PalrvlftW. Tmt 'fttrMt an A VHtU
Avenue, Rev. Charles II. Fleming, Pas-
ior-jjiDio scnooi ai z ana afternoon wor
ship and reception of members at 3.
theme. "At tho Door." Rvnnirnllattn
services Sunday evening at 7!30 and Tucs-
nay evening at g. a now Bible class Sun
day at 2 p. m.
First United, Twenty-first land Emmet
Streets, Alonzo C. Douglass. Paetor Pub
lic, worship and preaching services at
30:30:. topic. "Sin and lta Onrai.." At
7:30, "While Men Slept" BIblo school at
i. iouiik i-copio s unrisiian union prayer
and confcrcnco meeting at 6:30. Mtdwck
prayer meeting nt 8 Wednesday.
Westminster, Corner Mason Street and
Georgia Avenue, J. F. Y,oung, D. D., Pas
torJunior department of BIblo school at
9j30. Morning worship at 10:30. It Is
communion day and the reception of new
members will be followed by a short ad
dress by the pastor and the partaking of
the Lord's Supper. BIblo school at 12
Catechetical class at 4. Young people's
meeting at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30.
Thla will be a gospel aong service. Mid
week service at 7145.
o.JT? nVenH5' .'fortieth and Nicholas
Sv1' Nathaniel McGlffln. D. D.,
fhf lTMomln? worship And sermon to
tho young people at 10:80. Sunday school
S.i t Chris"&n Endeavor at 3 and 6:45.
Evening service at 7:45; sermon by Rov.
"obrt Karr. pastor Third Presbyterian
wiPrayer .metlng and Bible study
Wednesday evening at 8.
FuhS? '.ftMh'and Underwood, Grant
k. Fisher, Minister Sunday school at 9:45.
AtiAi;..'? v.V?lp al 11 : A commission
Meditation." The sacrament of thn I.ord'a
aupper will be observed. Youns Peoplaa
Bociety of Christian Endeavor at 7. A
special service. Thla meeting will bo the
only one on the evonlng of Webruary .
-Th Zul Ktii CxhTi.hW Jf
m m m m m m a7a?iaaOBBaaBaaairf
Walter L. Harris
Recently opened for business in
the Kimball Building.
Phone Red 8395
CSnc,ret0 SPA teel building, ab
solutely fireproof throughout.
Equipment equal to. any in the
city. It will pay you to see ma
whenever in need of better service
at .the right price. Storage 85.00
to 820 per month.
No car la going to run
smoothly and glvo contin
ued satisfaction -without
So be sure on your car
that tho parts that need at
tention are easy off access. -
The things that you oan't
get at are the things tnat
may need attention most
One car (name above) -has
won a great reputation
on this point. Adjustments
have been made accessible
and easy. It moans peace of
mind to the owner and a
saving In labor on repair
It's always easier to pre
vent trouble than to cure It.
This la one of a scries of
talks on how to buy an auto
mobile. The complete series
containing a wealth of valuable
information may be- had in
booklet form by asking
Marion Automobile Co.
3101-2103 Farnam Street.
O. W. McDonald, Mgr.
'One way to acquire' a' reputation for
wisdom la to have sense enough, to keep
Occasionally a man ia almost .aa croud I win nncunv tha nulDlt
along the Mediterranean sea passed over Sf. ci'aJnSf?,"cJenc M a womn ' ot morning and yen,n'1 Holy communion
into Egypt and Arab... Making leisurely taCkPa man' with aharo wtt. to auc l atVretTda
ifia way .anions; me aicieni towns ana ceea, uv ovoii ma uuuaru n7 wrv "'ng at 8.
ruina. air. Drake crossed the Arabian WM"'?" iL'. .. EdLcodiiI
sea,-and last January came Into India. themsetvea the manners of soma People AH Salnta. Twenty-sixth and Dewey
A flying trip was made from Bombay are rather cold. 1 I Avenue, T. J. Mackay, Rector sermon
m fatrinia th. n,aA m..i, ..j Many a fellow haa made a man of hlm-ltoplo at u. - vision-Maunxea Men. txaiy
one pf tlie greateat highways tn the world,
and. &. road wh.lch stands aa. a monument
to the construction work ot tho English
In India. This trip covered more than I
1.300 miles, and Mr. IDrake averaged about
.w mnes a aay,
fool of htm. Philadelphia Record,
Sunday school at 10.
Church of the Good Shepard, Twentieth
The Master Carburetor
The Fool Proof Carburetor
There are only three moving parts:
The Rotary Throttle,
The Regulated Air Damper,
The Float Action.
These parts and the unique Fuel Distributer are
ample proof that -tho Master Carburetor is no accident,
but the production of master minds and after many
years of careful work and experience.
No adjustments, no valves, no springs.
More power, mileage, flexibility.
"To Burn Futl Unrefined, The Master Is Besignei."
The carburetors In general use, with all due respect to the
designers and constructors, do not meet the present fuel condi
tions. It can readily be seen by those interested that a carburetor
constructed and marketed to handle the heavier fuels Bold today
and also for even heavier products of the near future Is demanded.
Wo all want motor fuel, therefore ln some way or another
enough fuel must be produced from crude oil to supply the de
mand, and as the demand has Increased, so has the density of tho
product increased. In other- words, the fuels are heavier.
It is the knowledge possessed by the automobile owner and
user that Is creating tho demand for better construction and
It is well said that when Uio Master Carburetor joins your
car, your carburetor troubles leave it.
You owe It to yourself to investigate this wonderful Inven
tion. Agents Wanted for Unoccupied Territory.
Master Carburetor Sales Co.
2512 Farnam St., Omaha. Nab.
MOTOR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Lois of CeaaprettioB
O. There ti i faxxllif Ion of nnpreulsa la my
tttSat, which vtt new Mtli mimb. Tkt rilvti
krt been ant la perfect order d there It no
wucnt letiufe a my eolat. Cta fen mtrex
Ukelr awl I. A. B.
A. Examine your pitton rings. Most fre
quently faulty pitton ring are at the bottom
of lost of compression. The old-ttyle, one
piece rings are bound to leak gas through
their openings and, due to their construc
tion, at they get older their bearing on cylin
der wall i faulty, allowing a further escape
of gat. We strongly advise you to install
tt(oe Piston Rings. Being 2-piece
rings each section seals the opening in the
other, alio wins- no eseine of nt. Thev are
concentric and interlocking thus obtaining ! J
equal tention on the cylinder wall. They
keep this tention for they retain their elas
ticity. You can get them any size at all garages
and repair shops they are eaaily adjustable.
The f ollomng supply houses are distributors.
Omaha. The Baum Iron Co., 13th and
Harney Sts., Powell Supply Co., 2119
Farnam St., Western Auto Supply Co.,
1920 Farnam St.
Hew to 5W a Reugh,
Chapped or Blotchy Skin
(From "Beauty's Mirror,
rhia la what you ahould do to ahed a
bad complexion. Spread evenly over the
I ... AuHn vrv inch of akin, a thin
Prealdent XI. I McClaren ot tha layer of ordinary merwii,w";
MltehelMwla .company predlcta that thla atay onpver ' ""',Vl
lH will be a banner year in tha auto- w inornma. " r '"..i.-fTr,
JK Sraa'aTouna- alrTa" ThU r-Mu Tineyita-
ble. no matter how aolled or wunereu uia
data tMlnt concluclvely to fulfilment of I an a young- ST" J
II. Q. Stretcht of thla city and K. J
Mlchen of Platte Center purchased Hud-
aona rrom uuy timiui last weex
'WM Wkata- T TJtlak e a Mr
JL Btuart'a tablet soea Into the atomach
lib. .A 1. An nl In. nnlWln. 1.11, .
tural diEtatlve elementa and wnen all . . .."" "!"." i'
wont in a weaa aiomacn u aiaa ma
womiuL .aaatrlo- aland. aUDDllea tha
riicht mixture of etomaci) Jujces and under
ui acuon or tne aiomacn 11 morougniy
pwrmaatea- all the food. Thua when the
stomacFi worK la done me meal aoea into
tM amall Inteatlnea in better ahape to b
asaiBrt'.ated by tne aystem.
One alement or Muart'a uyaoepaia Tab-l ri.. .u ...tt,r nf h. in h...
lata la a atrorw and efficient, that one .neourairod motorlHir In Omaha outta ox-
awain or it will oieeit cralna oi 1 . n.r.tl. . .m. rvm.h. k
Mmm fooa aucn as mean, vegetable, n housed for the winter aa a result of
awt, I me lempiingr cumauo conaiuona.
TIM' atnipia nauti. ui cauna a ciuarvai
pyaaaaaia yataet alter each jmeal will, re-1 Harney . Oldfleld once more took
rvui taajkativM a., vav tarv a uun i . a anaiiar MAffinnMV in
o w your: aruaaanBBa otnaHi aDoxi Baraey FlreMohe aonakld itlrca proved) na: taa wjw )
The Mltehell'Lewla car la announced
aa one of 'trie tnojr ooouiar American
jcara in Auatratla, where tt haa a larco
I TpiloTiinE of enmuiiaauc boostera.
complexion. The wax literally aoaoroa
tne iiuny auriaco wun, "
...m akin Itrnnath. Tha nrOCCaa
la entirely harmleaa. ao little of the old
.kin t-nmlnir off at a time Mercollaed
wax la obtainable at any drug atore; one
ounce usually suffices It's 1 a veritable
wonder-worker tor rough, chopped, red
dened, blotchy, pimpled, rrecajea or bbi
Pure powdered saxollte la excellent for
a wrinkled akin. An ounce pf It dissolved
In, a hair.pint wiicntnaxei mssea a ro
rraahiaa? wash lotion. Thla renders the
akin quite firm and'amootht indefcd, the
very mat application erases the finer
SOME people expect a years
results from a month's ad
vertising. The last hour of
your eighteen-hour journey to
Chicago is only rendered possi
ble 'by the seventeen that have
When the rail is wet or
covered with oil, ice and sleet, a
little sand on the track gives the
wheel the necessary action.
That's how Diamond
Squeegee Treads work they provide '
the traction that prevents the skid
This extra safety advantage costs
you nothing. The increased wear and
mileage received from a Diamond
Squeegee Tread Tire ia so apparent
that many motorists use them all the
year around from the viewpoint of
Vour dalr cn supply you.
todair: eeaia, 1 veruaesBcnu
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