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THE OMAHA SIWDAY BKK: FEBRUARY s, 1914.
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
"Go to Church Campaign" is on at
SENATOR BROWN SPEAK
Will Addi-ma Mfn'n Snndnr School
(.'Ins nt Anon on "Tiling at
Washington" Iter. Itome
Spcnkii nt Mxht.
"A so-to-cliurch campaign" Is on at tlie
tTIa . .
onBrejfaiional church It includes
a "ten-tlmcs-tcn" postal campaign an
nouncing that tlio pastor will preach on
Why Go to Churrh? if Vnn rm. Vr.n
Will Know Why You Came." Also there
. a ioBiai campaign for tho children. In
the evening a nrlin t nff.r-.ri tn k
one who will pet 100 signatures to a "go-
m-cnurcu" picdKe tor thb evening sen-.
Ires. Tho evening congregation more
U t . .
man uopiDica last sunqay.
Kx-Senator N'nrrU A . ...in
dresa the men's Sunday school class nt
noon, no win taKc as his topic "Things
new F. T. Rouse will give a lecture on
"Christian Socialism" at 7:45 p. m.
An annual meeting of the members ot
the First Unitarian church will be held
at the University club rooms. Board of
Trade building, Sixteenth and Farnam
treets, Wednesday evening, from I to 8
o'clock. A dinner will be served at 6
o'clock, for which tickets may be ob
tained from M. V. Franks, 1611 Farnam
street, up to Tuesday night. Dr. Arthur
Weatherly, minister of the Unitarian
church at Lincoln, will be the guest of
Dr. A. B. Marshall of the Omaha
Theological seminary preaches every
night save one this week at the Church
of the Covenant, Pratt and Twenty-seventh
streets. This Is the second week of
the meetings and there Is good music
On Thursday evening at Fontenelle hall
In Florence 'Miss' Margaret Ellen Brown,
general secretary of the Nebraska Bun
dajf school Association, will give a report
of thq World's Sunday School convention
hejd last year InZurlch, Switzerland, and
will Illustrate her tour 'around the world.
This will be the first session of the regu
lip annual convention of the Douglas
County punday School associaUon, and
tho Convention will be In session all day
Friday.. " .
"Busyness and Business" will be the
theme 'of the Sunday evening sermon at
the First Presbyterian church. Seven
teenth and Dodge streets. A special cam
paign to Increase the attendance of men
at the evening services has been con
ducted, and, as a result, the church was
packed last Sunday evening, However,
tomorrow evening's sermon will not be
limited in interest to men only, as the
pastor. Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, believes
in preaching sermons of practical appeal
to women and children as well.
Calvary. Twenty-flfth and Hamilton,
J. -A. MttXWell, Pastor "The Bllfivr'
VX?11?'; 10:30. "Backslide"
Grace' Subject, "Growing In
W 'f'' nSfntslth a,nd Franklin. Rev.
V''tT01,18' ras'or Morn ng service at
10:30; Sunday school. 1 p. m.; Baptist
Udfr '&ryic at 7:45; literary every Tues-
fniwJ" S: midweek rayr meet
inglevery Wednesday evening at 7a).
1 r?fr .H0UtJ JTenth.and. Arbor.
..-; . uanuii iouiib 1'eopie a
Y2Vn ?7' . Evening worship at 7:45., Sub
of toa?e nS Optlmlrt Out
&i eSS'P'S.1, ..Mission Sunday school,
2010 South Fourth street, at 3.
Immanuel, North Twenty-fourth and
rinkney-Slegular services at 10:30 and
7:30. Rev. Thomas Anderson will preach
in the morning. Tho evening servlco will
SSfif i55ucfed T,byx,th5 Women's society
lth Mrs. W. P. Harford as the principal
speaker. Bible school at noon. Young
p?PIS."JneJeUn at S:39- Baraca supper
at 6:30 Wednesday evening, followed by
an hour's Bible study, and that followed
at 8 o'clock by the midweek meeting.
EYE GLASSES MUST GO
Say a New -York Phytician
Here Is Hi Free Prescription
Many who wear eye-glasses and those
who navu weuk, waimy, niuaiuea aim
paintui eyes w.U wet'eoinu tue report cu
lUw-el'iVno 'nave reitiluy testea mo tol
lownig lormuiu, inty uro uuanuuoua in
tticir jiruibu or tue liiarveioUa reomia ou
tainta. Tnu aoctor says, many who wear glas-
scb may quicKiy tiUvfutu uh mem ot
ter U reasuhuuie uitu. jiie lUrihtu- tituo
it will;ueuoi.t tue eyes oi o.u uuii young
unu ;uyt uvuouno ount tu oatiie u
eytaj tiint unu luoriiiug tue sunie uo
tnywan uieir ttu, unu tn.ua avola
many- 'ije oibmsch wn.cii Uie now bu
. pre.divnt aiuuut; uil cmubcs.
iyQ.-straiu, tu heueiuiiy understood. Is
. aoou biui.biteu u.iiu tiiu numerous ee
m usees dua ntrca are tnen uuie to per-
iouuincir nunnui iuhcuuum. aiucu tn
Piebc'ripuou is bo cuuy m.eu, everyonu
, unoum tiy it.
It ne.pa uiseaseu eyes and It keeps
Kuoueym iikutiny; It in utiuoiutely liuun-
les in eeiy wjrj uoeii not tmai-t or
burn, naa a wonueriui e.tfct on brauuui
tea ilus unu ,u uaumi.y rcconuneiiuwa
tor dun, oitury, or g.utby ee. xi nwua
. all tB unu anouiu ba m every num0
lor use in vuieibeucy.
Hero is tnu lieo prescription: Go to
any uru store, get a tuuu of Optonu
. taoietti, aissoive ono in a two ounce ooi
Ua in Puio water and outne iuo uye
two' to 'tour times uuily, tfour eiea
- hhoUia cieur up. preccvuoiy rlnt irom
, th Siuru its-a oaupe norau leiutuy
unu Win bave tne eyts ot many ut vey
little cofct. he i.por m wen da tne r,c
may u4d tuts woiiueitui remtu. it is
v'nn.ii tue icucti ot ail.
Xne ionowiii .oiiratts from the ic
liortbvot iivibuiis .who uatc ixxenuy used
in.s piL'tcuiitiuii wiii conv'iiiut) uu.
I ukta uiuiia oiie week tor cvid In
. my cuo; H' Uia'uie u gieat ucai ot t.uod.
' My. eyi,nUve uevn lul.n.g tor ycuis.
Of lute, ime b.eu buticr.ng itn m
iiumeu uvb .uuo to caiarrn. i am sum
Ui'ioim is .uo.iiti jroy il kooU anu snuii
CUullltU4 ; lib UBc'
uavu. oiuy ixen using Optona but a
shon t.iue. Aiy'eyes uiu inip ixvjn won
utriuliyt" "1 tina Optonu very satisfactory and
recommend u wi.erotcr 1 tmd an opior
tunuy to uo so 1 find It uiy suuuuns"
utiui' Lumg ,n a. room wnere kOauuione
Uust.unu ruoner tumei, uenB.ne, etc..
uru mixed. '
"Ie Leen benefited by Optona and In
tena to ioi.ow iha trcitinenu"
"uavo leen using Ui'toua for about
three nioutua unu it hus creatly lm
proved -my sight."
"My, eyes' tiUye been soro for several
yean; weie red and Inflamed and often
had agatneung on tho eye-iashes. Used
ever tiling anjone recommenaed una
gained iio lenef. I bad my eyes examined
and wore Khttises lor aoout six months.
J read of upioua, and thought 1 would
give it a trial. Am glad to be able to
iate I got satisfactory relief. Have only
used about half a box of uptona and have
not wora ray glasses since, as 1 feel my
eyes do not require them."
Many others nave made similar reports.
It your eyes bother you, have the above
prescription; tilled; It may do wonders
toe, you". Many are hopelessly blind who
felmply netslected their eyes. Do not be
come Victim of neg.ect. You value
your eyes' more than any other organ of
the human body, therefore it is your
Kacred duty to do everything In your
power to save them. Th.a free prescrip
tion has given relief to thousands. Try
it and you will praise It to the skies.
Rev. Arthur J Morris, the nrw rustur.
will preach at both sen ices next sun
flay, February 16.
First. Corner llnrney Street and Twenty-ninth
Avenue, .Rev. W. .tapper Unwell.
Pastor The pastor preaches at each serv
ice; morning worship nt 10:30; Sunday
school, U m., In chnrgo of Rev C. F.
Battershell; evening them, at 7:30, "Can
a Man Use the Highest Christian Ideals
and A et Succeed In Present Day Busi
Olivet Grove, Thirty-sixth and Crown
Tolnt Avenue Sunday KChool nt S:ir.
There will bo special revival mwtlnBs nt
tlio church each evening this week except
Saturday; 8 and nt 7.30 on Sunday even
ing. Rev. Beard of tho Central Pur!:
Congregational church will proa eh onch
evening this week except Wednesday,
when the pastor will speak.
Olivet, Thirty-eighth Stnyt and Granl
Avenue. Frank H. Ward, Pastor-Sunday
school at 10. Preaching at 11 and 7.30.
At 11 o clock the pastor will preach from
the theme. "Whatsoever God Imth Joined
together, let no man put asunder." In
tho evening Rev. Batershell of the First
Baptist Sunday school will preach.
Baptist Young People's Union nt 5:W.
Subject. "Growing In Grace It Peter.
Ill IS. Leader, Ralph KdinumK Mid
week meeting Wednesday evening at S.
First. Corner Twcnty-flsth and Harney.
Charles K. Cobbey. Minister Mornl'is
worship at 11. Subject, "Paul's Mirror Ad
vice." livening worship nt 7:30. Hubjrct,
"James Mirror Analogy." Young People's
Society Christian Undeavor nt fi 30. "Tho
Safety Psalm." Junior Undeavor ut 4:W
Bible school nt 9:15. '
North Side. Twenty-second nnd Latluop,
H. J. Klrschsteln. Minister Tho sermon
theme at the morning worship will be
"EflHV Mnmlnc- Ust,n.t 1111.1a anVinnl
W m.; Christian Endeavor, :15 p. in.;
y cuius tnuicn Bervico at :, sermon
theme. "The Infallibly Pafo Way;" mid
week meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. in.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, St.
Marys Avenue and Twenty-rourth Street
Services at 11 nnd 8. Subject. "Spirit."
Sunday school (two sessions) 9:15 und 11.
St. Mary's Avenue, Twenty-seventh
Street and St. Mary's Avenue, Rev. G. A.
llulbert, Pastor-Morning servlco ut 10:30,
Wltn nprmm. 1... i.n ...... . .,..
school, 12 m.
iJ?,ymoun,hi r vt' Leavltt. Pastor-Scrv-J
1?:30 ,m tno University chapel,
Twenty.fourth and Prutt, sermon topic,
?.at Dec' ns:" Bible school. 12 m.;
young people's decision meeting, 6:30 p.
Hh: w.edn?sday evening, fellowship mect
Lneint irsl Consrcgutlonal church to
welcome Rev. a. A. Hulbert.
nni'S" L Nineteenth nnd Daveh-
Port. 14 rrtHrlnlr T. t 1 1 ., i i i
UR worship. Subject. '"Why Go to
5rti' w VnII.!ren'8. ""nion on "Tim
m fich Mttn' " - .kindergarten teacher
Will f n k f. nam ,t nll .,n .1.11 i . .
1 , r y. an riii.tii ciniurcii uur-
rlB sermon liour. Parents may there-
ipwu c.u"?,,orn5 tneIr children.
Christian Socialism" will be tho theme
Svc,nK address nt 7:45 by the
pastor. F. T. Rouse.
i,C.fct,re, ?.f. ,lhe Good Shepherd, Twen-
tll.tn of.fl ni.lA n m . . . . '
tii.T "cv. -ji. j. uoiiar, itector
tSZlX O?..mnlunlon, S a. m.i Sunday
fitnSv' J, 'j -rao.r.nln? WW "id
rt-iiv. , . . j evening prayer
with sermon nt 7:30.
nV Jn-tth'a8' nTenth and Worthlngton,
Rev. George S. Southworth, Pastor-1
S?""171Iln,on at S- Sunday school at 10.
song and sermon Friday at 7:30.
PflSiJ!h x-f St- ,?nl!lp th0 Deacon, Twen
VJ t&. Nr''a'. ??!''. Jhn Albert
Tr!.. ' ccuiuttKosima aunany.
Ho y communion nt 7:30. Matins at 10:20.
i, 'or j . wranii wnn sermon at
un,d.aJ. Bchol at 12.15. Kvcnlng
prayer with sermon at 7:30.
o.Ia.ei, neUeb South Twenty-sixth
w.itc ucmecn x-oppieton and Woolworth
itYaSi. 9J.arence N. Swiliart, Min-
5iSTV.T,., C'Tistian Marathon" at 11.
The Value of Friendship" at 7:45. Sun
day school at 8:60, Luther league at 7.
Confirmation class Friday at 4.
St. Paul's, Temporarily' at Thirtv.fourth
ana. Be ward. Rev. 13. T. Otto. Pastor
aervlccs at 10. S.unday school at 11.30.
T- v -nine -a. I l . i i . .
Savior's Lutheran church at Twenty-sixth
r; Vir ..utl win preacn on
the theme,. "Christ's Parable of tho
i. tw x luiuors.
Messiah, Iinglish Lutheran, Magnolia
uii, iiw Ames Avenue, Kev. G. W.
Snyder. Pastor Catechism class at 9:30 a.
iv u. in., HUUJCLI, 1110
Result of Errors Changed:" tho Ladles'
m society win meet Thursday afternoon
III. fnn fManr.A nl t r.
iri iv tun. i: xtouser,
3161 Fowler avenue.
St Matthew's English Luthoran, Nine
teenth and Castellar, Rev. G. W. Snyder.
i-uBior iiiDio scnool at 1:30 p. m., subject
7:30 n m ..ntS"t' i."Ltn-!erv,c? V
- r' iiicii iron, xnoir
Errors;" catechetical class on Friday a
- r . nuireuw unu uuoir renear-
sai 6n Saturday at 9:30 a. m.
n.; . " Memorial. Farnam Street nnd
n.n.r ni" vvenuet- Jlev Oliver 1).
SStS&...?l.,H- " I'astor-Servlces
.at,lmi ounauy: iitorning wor
I'P at 11 subject, "Why the Athleto
Wins and the Christian Falls." lcnlng
inh J Sr Thlr1 Degrees. Guilty
Or Not Gulllv" f.unlv . i. ,7
Th,i!L15ftS,i.,!, ai.7, Confirmation classes
Th-S"S.a7 and F"lday evenings at 7:15
and Friday afternoon at 4 !fi.
Avenue. A. T. Lorimcr, Pastor Sunday
school at 10. Communion services nnd rc-
ui iiuiv lucinuern at it. Hunilav
vV. w o. uuuivb Ala vlll
J?1 Vhf ll0mo .of Mrs- John A. Swall
ow... w aiu uireei, xnursnay after
noon t 2. Kfll1ti.-r.nV mL..",".
evenlni at 7: Hhi- "'
ately "after; The " conf latio'" I.0"':
meets "Wednesday nfternoon at 4:30 and
Saturday morning at 10.
Trlnltv 'KfAltinlaf iri ,
.i'io v w,jii i , l wentv-
first and Blnney. Thomas Blthcll, Pui-tor-Morning
service nt 10:30; Sabbath
school, 12 m.: Epworth league, 6:30 p in
evening service at 7:30. "
Pearl Memorial, Twenty-rourth nnd
Larlmore, Rev. J. Franklin Hans, Mlnls-
d Ti "i V "? ' .l.'on' i "o uiory und
Parll nf Tffnlntlnn ' of 1f.m
- 1 .W.OVf, J.VU1UI1 ccr-
" . .'-.. - oruea uii iiuuyan H
Pilgrims Progress." Official board meet-
ins Monday evening at 8.
Walnut HUI. Forty-first and Charleu,
H.r William Ttnvi. TnnH ... ... . i '
----- ' ' -... -vbie, , oatui WOr
Shlp and sermon by the Rev. Edward
Justus, uuinci aupennienaent, at 10:30
Sunday school at noon. S. J. Woodruff,
superintendent. Epworth league at C.so.
Eventncr wnrahln nnl iAmin .... , v. ..
tor at 7:30. Quarterly conference Monday
rfflx Mamnrlol rr.ntl. .1 ni
Rev. C. N. Dawson, Minister Sunday
school. at 9:30. Dr. J. L. Franz, superin
tendent. Preaching at 10:43. "Stlck-to-lt-Ivcness."
Epworth league at 6:3n, k. h
Good Nnme." Brotherhood Tuesday at
7:30. Rehearsal at S. Wednesday at 7:30,
Sunday sclw.il board. Prayer meeting
at 8. "Old Deestrlct Skule," Thursday
unu j'riuuy, rcoruary id unu ;v, at o.
..Biinvvui Ad.l, V.Ullltir IUUlWliri AVe
nUC and Twenty-ninth Street Preaching
R9i.-i.tvcn mi, il unu i;w uunuucieu uy tne
pastor, C. W. McCuKklll. At tho evening
service the pastor will preach on "Am I
My Brother7" Keener?" A fifteen, mln.
t'tts sone servlc) will lirccrdn the
preaching. Come and Join in the sing
ing. Sunaav rrhonl :it 1-1T. nliuiMoti for
all. Epworth league at 0:30. Mldw'oek
prayer service Wednesday evening at 8.
Ilonann MAlhiMltnt T?rilKi.iinul Klvllalh
nnd Main. Rev, Arthur Ataek. Puator
Morning at 10, graded Sunday school.
crfnatrnl iilinat'lntanHnnt M Plmrln.
Jlaffke; morning at 11, anthem by choir,
sermon by pastor, subject, "The Rea-
"jii. tjiciiiur uv 'i .u, I'ui'umr b;rvii:,
first fifteen inlnuteR, praise service; ser
mon subject, "A Mans Brother and a
Woman's Sister;" music, anthem nnd
cornet solo with violin obllguto.
McCabo Methodist Episcopal, Fortieth
and Farnam, W, H- Underwood, Minister
Sunday school hour is 10 a. m.. Warren
Cllne, superintendent; adult Bible class,
10 a. m., James Trehllrock, teacher, morn
ing worship nt 11, theme, "Keeping the
Faith;" Junior league, 3 p. m., In charge
of Dorothy Shimmer; Epworth league,
6:30 p. m., T. K. Calvert, president, topic,
"John Gentloness with Vehemence;"
evening service at 7:30, subject, "Thought
Church of the Covenant. Pratt and
Twenty-seventh, Rev. Charles II Flem
ing. Pastor Morning worship at 10 30.
Subject, 'The I'ptuld Hands" Bible
school at ndon Endeavor at C 45 and
"inliiK womhlp at : Topic, "God's
pfling Kvangellslle services nll week
udili fused by Dr. Marshall, nll savo one.
Meetings close nt V sharp.
Caslellar, Rex. C. c Meek. Pastor
Servlceo nt II and S. Sabbath school at
W. Junior society at J. 30. Christian En
deavor at 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday
First. Seventeenth and Dodge. Rev.
Kdwln Hart Jenks, D. P.. Pastor Morn
ing servlco 10:Sn, "According to Your
1-allh." l,enlng service 7.30. "Busy
iH'Ss and Biislnrss." Christian Undoavor
meeting, 6:li. Sunday school t noon.
Central, Twenty-fourth ami Dodge,
Rev. Hugh H. Spoer. Pastor-Morning
worship nt W:3fl. Sabbatli school nt noon.
Young people's meeting nt 6:30. Evening
worshli nt 7:!. Rev. P. E. Jenkins, P.
D.. will preach nt both morning nnd
North, Corner Twenty-fourth nnd Wlrt.
Rev. M. V. Hlgbee. D. P., Pastor Morn
ing worship at 10:30. Evening nt 7:.
Sunday school at noon. Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
Cottage prayer meetings Wednesday
evening nt 26S Bristol nnd 1S17 Spencer.
Falrvlew, Pratt Street and Fortieth
Avenue. Rev. Chnrlen It. Fleming, Pas
torBible school nt 2. Don't forget the
new Bible class. Afternoon worship nt
3. topi?. "The I'phold Hands." Evening
service at 7:30, led by Charles Robel.
Midweek evangelistic servlco. conducted
by Mr. Robel, Tuesday evening at S.
Lowe Aenuo Fortieth and Nicholas,
Rov. Nathnniel McGlffln, P. D., Pastor
Morning service nt 10:30; Sunday school,
12 m.; Christian Endeavor. 3 nnd 6:45 p.
m.; evening service at 7:45. Rev. R. H.
Houseman, our educational superinten
dent, will preach. Rev. Mr. Houseman
will also speuk Wednesday night nt 8.
Parkvalc, Thirty-first and Gold. Rev.
A. E. lehmnnn, Minister Morning wor
ship nnd Bible school nt 10:30. Junior
Christian Endeavor society nt 3. Senior
Christian Endeavor society nt 7. Even
ing worship, with servlco of song and
sermon by the minister, at 7:45. Junior
intermediate chorus rehearsal Wednes
day at 4. Tcachrrs' training class and
prayer meeting, followed by adult chorus
rehearsal. Wednesday evening at 7:43,
Westminster. Corner of Georgia Ave
nue nnd Mason Street. Rov. James
Franklin Young. Pastor Junior depart
ments of Hlblo school nt 9:30, Morning
worship nt 10:30. Theme, "Christian Edu
cation nnd tho Call of God to Young
People." Bible school at noon. Young
i people a ntt ting nt 6 30 Evening wor
i ship at 7 30. Theme. "The Message of
liosen. Fpeclnl music ny a male uunr
let. Midweek service Wednesday at 7.4i.
Third. Twentieth and Leavenworth.
Rev. Robert Karr, Minister Sunday
school for nil ages at 0:30, A. P. Schcr
merhorn, superintendent. Preaching at
10:45. 8ubjrrt, "Earnestness." Evening
service, nt 7:30, "Decision." Junior En
deavor conducted by Miss Grace Howell
nt 3 o'clock. Devotional servlco at 6:30.
led by Miss Ethel Pepper, president of
thn Endeavor. Teacher training class at
7:K Wednesday, followed by prayer meet
ing at S.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, Twenty-fourlli and
Ohio Preaching nt 11 and S. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at S.
People's. SIS North Eighteenth. Rev.
Charles V. Savldge. Pastor Services at
11 and ? Subject in tho morning, "Tho
Unsolved Problem." Subject In tho
ovcnlng, "The Hull Storm."
Tho International Bible students will
glvo a lecture Sunday at 3 In Bnrlght
hall, corner Ninetcnth nnd Farnatn.
Subject. "Christ's Kingdom Soon to Be
Established." Siunker, Dr. C. W. Far
well. ,,r.l.raLV'1.K.'"ri",Vo "I'lntiinllst. Maokle's
Hall. Utfi Harney, Rov. F. A. Thomas.
D. S. 8., Pastor-Sunday nt S. le-turo ami
message. Subject. "The Teaching of
Spiritualism." Tuesday, message serv
ice at 5i. .
First United Evangelical. UXi Frank
lin. Rev. J. M. Runcle, Pastor Teachers'
meeting nt 9:30. Sunday school nt 10.
Preaching by presiding elder. M. T. Mnuc.
nt 11. Mission band nt 3. Omnha Holt
ness association at 3:3a Christian En
f.tt,vor rocIty Bt G:30' teaching at 7:S0.
S'i!. Dra'or meeting Wednesday at
7:30. Tuesday evening, Christian En
dcavor at Hope mission, 1316 Dodge.
Y. M. C. A. Nolc.
.i.nev.;.a..A' llull'urt, tne new pastor of
thn St. Mary s Congregational church,
will address tho men meeting Sunday
afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
Tho Stnto Young Men's Christian asso
ciation convention goes to Grand Island
this year. It will occur some time In
April, In conjunction with the dedication
of tho new building there.
Sunday will lie Association day In tho
churches of Blair. Mr, Bailey, state sec
retary, has arranged to have the pulpits
of that city filled by mcmbors of the em
ployed force of Omaha, who will tiso as
themos asioclatlon work
Thursdav In the association gym will
be given a band concert, .lames 15. Car
nal, basso; Mis Martha, (.mil. soprano,
nnd the lmtnanuel chorus of fifty voice
will assist tho Association Mllltnry band
In the rendition of an unusually strong
Monday night the educational commit
tee of tho Young Men s Christian assoela.
tlon will meet to discuss plans for tho
balance of the school year. Wednesday
night there will be a grand rally ot ail
students for the annual bamiurt of the
is Kodak Trophies
I Among the hundred of pictures on ills
jplny at the kodak exhibition, which
.Omaha will see for tho first time Mon
day night, Is a remnrkablo group con
jtrlbutcd by Carl E. Akeley, the famous
jblg game hunter,
I Colonel Roosevelt's trip to Africa at the
1 close of his presidential term was no
! doubt Inspired by Mr. Aktley'i descrip
tion nf hunting In Hint country. At any
rate Akeley was Invited to Join the
colonel's party, nnd whtlo ho was tumble
to accept the Invitation for tho full tlmo,
(the two mighty nlmrods nrranged to meet
In Uganda later and hunted together for
a couplo ot months. It was on this ex
pedition that these pictures were taken,
Shown as enlargements and on tho
screen In ono of the stcrcoptlcon lec
tures, the pictures give, a pretty good
idea of the thrills that must accompany
big game hunting In the jungle. A par
ticularly startling picture Is that ot a
huge rhinoceros silhouetted ngalnst tin
sky. Fortunately for the hunter In this
Instance, rhinos havo .poor eyesight and
their charges are guided largely by tho
sens of smell or hearing. This monster
became aware ot Mr. Akeley's presenco
through one or other of these senses and
charged by within ten yard of him, thi
hunter standing perfectly still. Another
picture in the same group shows sow.
hippopotami in the Tona liver It nns
while Mi Akeley was getting ready t
snap these hippos that tho charge wa
made. He would have Jumped In the
river for safaty If the water beasts had
not looked Just as formidable as th'i
mountain of flesh' descending upon him.
He wns surely between tho devil nnd thn
In this Akeley collection arc also ele
phants taken dead and alive, cnoimous
crocodile basking In the sun and beau
tiful leopards speared by Nniidy hunters.
Tho exhibition will open Monday even.
Ing at 7 nt tho Auditorium nnd will bo
open dally thereafter from ! to 10 o'clock,
with tho lecture and motion picture pro
gram at 3 nnd $. Admission Is by com-
I pllmcntary ticket, obtnlnabto of any ko
Mr, Kimball is to
Repeat Art Lecture
' Mrs. Charles C. Kotintzc h.ii bought
ChsIp Llndo's "Qunlnt Corner of Brit
tany." now nit exhibition nt the publli.
library nnd a movement to buy Walter
Pnlmcr'H "Lingering Onk Ienvcs" !s
Thomas R. Klmbnll lectured nt the nrt
exhibit Friday nfternoon nml will repeat
his talk Sunday nfternoon nt 3 o'clock,
nt tho request of the committee, hocause
on account of bnd weather many were
deterred from attending.
"The puriKise of a good picture is to
glvo the most pleasure," said Mr. Kim
ball, adding that tho hanging ot pictures
amounts to a science. That tho inultl
tudo was often as good n Judge ot a
picture ns nn artist, was the opinion ex
pressed by tho speaker. He emphasized
tho difference between old time paintings
which wero compositions, or picture nnd
tho new ones which are for tho most
I Mr. Kimball quoted from a letter from
William Wendt. painter of Sunnj
Bluivos'' to the effort that only through
tho efforts of women cnuld art bo en
couraged In western cities.
Mr. Kimball has Just returned from
the Chicago loan exhibition nnd declared
that tho paintings In tho Omaha exhibit
were Just na good, nnd somo of them
letter than thoso In thn Chicago exhibit
SOCIALIST LEADER TO
LECTURE HERE TODAY
U E. Kattcrfcld of Chicago U to lec
ture at tho Labor Temple. Nineteenth
and Farnam streets, this afternoon on
"How to Oct What You Want" He 1
manager of tho national lyccum depart
ment ut the socialist party and comes
here under Its auspices,
CAUSE OF III HEALTH
nine Timss Ont or Tn, it's the Kldnsys.
The subtle and delusive character oi
kidney disease often lead people to be
lieve they are suffering from neuralgia,
rheumatism, pleurisy, heart weakness,
and other acute focniH of disease. In re
ality all such trouble sometimes arise
through failure of the kidneys to properly
lerform their function of removing tho
poisonous matter from the blood. Un
mistakable sign of kidney disease are
pains In the head, swelling under the
yes, dry skin, dull complexion, tired feel
ing, loss ot energy, etc. Many physicians
say that Warner's Sato Kidney and Liver
Remedy Is tho only medicine that heal
with certainty the frail tubular structures
constituting these lmpurtnnt organs. It
soothes nnd heals the In
flamed parts and gradu
ally restores them to
their normal condition.
For sale by oil druggists
In SOo nnd $1.(0 bottles.
A sample free It you
write Warner's Snfe
Itemedles Co.. Dept. 332
Rochester, N. Y
ODD LOTS HOSIERY
Women's Wool nnd Fleece
Lined Hoso, odd lots of regular 25c
to 35c lines, to clear "-
away Monday, per li-sf
Including M to 3-yard longths ot
mercerized sateen, spun glass, por
callno, etc., all colors, 3G A
Inches wide, 25c to 35c 14 C
qualities, at, yard
Stindny, Febrtinry 8, 1014.
8TOIIK N13WS FOR MONDAY,
Sixteenth nml Hnrnoy Sts.
TN EVERY SECTION OP THE STORE JUST ONE DAY it is THE day that nil remnants nil odd pieces nll soiled goods-all damaged articles
1 and all surplus lots are price-cut to a point that will make them Bell to tho first person who sees them. For this great remnant day wo havo made
n. price willingly accepted a loss sufficient to make everything sell on sight and that loss settles it. Don't lot anything keep you away from shar
ing in those "Way out of the ordinary values" for this ono day como early, rain or shine, and in going through the store keep a sharp lookout
you'll find the most unusual bargains in the unexpected places.
NOTE No C. O. D., mail or phono orders
will be accepted for remnant saJe items.
NOTE The print in this ad is fine, but it
will pay .to search out oveiy item; como early.
NOTE Goods sold on roniuant day cannot
bo exchanged or credited.
Odd Lots of
pants and union
suits, broken assort
ments of 25c lines, each
Boys' 45c Underwear, 25c
Dr. Wright's fleece lined un
derwear, seconds, for- OC
raerly 45c, each.. .... uOC
Women's $1 Und 'wear 50c
Odd lot or women's under
wear, formerly J1.00, frt
Drugs and Toilets
10c to 20c Tooth llruslies Do
5c to 10c Talcum Powder. . .8c
35c to 50c Hair Brushes. . .10c
Remnants of Wanted SILKS Monday
1 Offered at a Fraction of the Original Price
THE offering" iiioTudes thousands of yards of 1 to 5-yard lengths of such splendid silks
as pjnin messaliies, fancy louisines, flowered messalines, China silks, foulards, taffe
tas, plain and fancy poplins, crepe do chines, silk serges, kimono silks, otc, otc, widths
27 to 3G inches. Practically every wanted shode and pattern, divided into four great lots
for quick disposul Monday.
LOT1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4
Silks formerly Silks formerly Silks formerly Silks formerly
priced at 50c, at, priced 59c and priced 75c and priced $1.00 and
yard 69c, at, yard 85o, at, yard $1.25, at, yard
19c 29c 59c 59c
ODD LOTS OF
INCLUDING stamped linen pll
low tops, ylth back, cantors
and Bcarffl. assorted
designs, with 4 skeins , A
of floss, formerly 25c, Jf C
Velvet Hand Buns, i)p
Dlack, with metal tops, lined
and with floss for em- q
brolderlng, special, each tC
Stamped Towels, Oo
Good quality buck, size 1(5x35,
stamped in new designs, with
floss for embroidering, rv
$3.25 Sharing Stands for. .05o
85c Drinking Cups for. . .i7o
48c Powder Jars for 2c
$3.48 Headed Bags at. ..$1.00
$3.95 to $5.00 WAISTS, $2.19
ABIGr lot, including many styles and
kinds, some hand embroidered
voiles, others with Irish crochet yoke,
while still others havo low neck with frill
of fine lace, the former price
was $3.95 to $5.00, to clear
away Monday, choice
Remnants of Dress Goods
SHORT longths 1 to 4 yards of serges, panamas, mohairs,
honriettas, suitings, Sicilians, batistes, wool taffetas, diag
onals, whipdords, broadcloths, coverts, meltons, bedford cords,
etc. Three lots:
49c to 69c,
75c to 89c,
Odd Lots of CORSETS
ALL well known brands such as "W.
B., "B. & G., 'Thompson Glove
Fitting, " " Warners, ' ' etc. Good styloty
in batiste, coutil or brocades; 2 group:
Corsets, for- gnnn Corsets for- m nn
merly 15.60 toSHOO $8.00 toll SB
7.60,now...CuiiSi 110.00, now.. 4yHH
MADE up into rugs, ax
minster, velvet and
Brussels; three lots:
Vz to Y2 yards 25c
iy3 to iy2 yards 5"0c
Vz to 14 yards 75o
Hugs made from the miter
saved from tho corners of bor
der carpet, sizo 3 ifeet 9 inches
square, in Brussels, axmlnster,
velvets and Wiltons, each
75c (o $1.75
19c and 35c Scrim, 12c
Remnants of nets, plain and
fancy scrims, former- -t tyj.
ly 1 9c to 3 5c, Monday X g C
Odd and Broken Assortments of
Womes COATS,SUITSand DRESSES
HERE in this great ready to wear section on tho -second floor like all others of tho
store tho price-cutting knife has been working overtime. Here's on idea of what
it means to you Monday:
late styleB, best materi
als, formerly ?1G,
$19.50 and $25, for
Choice ifrom our ,en
tire stock formerly
priced at 15, $19. GO
and $25, for
Our entire stock
formerly priced at $4G
to $95, your choice
Great number of
styles, all late models
formerly $10, $12.50
and $15, for
INCLUDING torchons, Venice,
cluny, val oriontal.f etc;
lengths A to 3 yarda' long;
four lots, the piece
3c,5c, 10c, I5c
Edgings, insertions, head
ings and flounclngs; lengths
to 2 Vt yards; 4 lota, the piece,
3c,5c, 10c, 15c
Remnants, big assortment of
colors; somo long onough tor
hair ribbons and bows; two
lots, the piece,
5C nd IOC
Remnants of veilings, . n
pleatings, etc., at. . . t y TKe
Kimonos, Under Muslins, Petticoats
BROKEN assortments of various llnoa priced so tlioy will sell on
sight. Here's just nn Idea of what we includo in the sale:
Klderilotvn Drehsliiit Marques, formerly $l.t!5 to .S-.-fi, for. . . .7fk:
Voinen'n Until Robes, formerly $3.05 to $4.50, Monday, each $1.H0
Outing Flannel Kimonos, Kmplro style, formerly ijtl.OH, for 7f5c
Jjong Kimonos, silk and cashmere, Monday, choice for $1.05
Hhort Dressing Kacquos, Monday, your choice for ,.,.$1,05
Outing Flannel Sacqiiea, formerly $1.00, Monday for 40c
Wlillo Apronn, round and square, formerly 2J5c, Monday ,10c
Combination (larmenta of nainsook, formerly $1.00, for. ..... ,50c
Flannelette IVMtiroats, fancy strips, formerly 25c, for... 15c
Iiifuntb' AVliito Ronncts, formerly l!5c, Monday, choice for 15c
Children's l)Kc Drives, colored, fl to 11 years, Monday. . . , , t . ,00c
-Burgess-Nash Co. 16th and Harney.-
Broken Lines of
ABOUT 325 pairs left from
our great sale at $1.00
a pair Friday and Saturday.
Broken assortments of our
regular $2.00, $3.00 and $3.50
lines, including sizes 21", 3,
3 VI', 4 and 4 Mi only; to close
Remnants of Table Linens
SHORT lengths of table linens, including Scotch, Gor
man and Irish damask, lengths 1M: to 3M; - y
yards, some soiled and mussed, Monday JlT fl f T
off regular price. Hero's an idea: tj
0c Tallin Damask, less & regular price, Monday, yard 20c
HOc Table Damabk, legn regular price, Monday, yard . , 40c
75c Table Damask, less )(, regular price, Monday, yard 50c
$1.00 Table Damask, less )j regular price, Monday, yard O7o
15c, 19c and 20c White Goods at yd. 8k
Thousands of yards of White Goods, including chock 1
lawns, Swisses, flaxons, dimities, long cloths, nainsooks, fl ft
etc., lengths '.' to 8 yards, formerly priced 15c, 19c and MwH
20c, In the sale Monday at, yard J t3
Burgess-Nash Co. 16th and Harnev.
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