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THE OMAHA Sl'NDAY BEE JULY 12G, 414.
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST!
Rev. Mr. Reisncr to Speak at First'
REV. J. 0. STAPLES TO PREACH
Comernlonr of New Plymouth Con
gregational Chnrch 1VI1I Ilf Jmlrt
tlrr, John K. Stiller to Give
Rev. Christian P. Relsner, New Yor
City, will speak Hunday morning ami
evening at the First Methodist church, (
Twontleth and Davenport streots. ms
morning topto will be, "Can a Moral Man
iKnter Heaven" whlti; -n th ovenlng
he will speak upon "Basa Ball and He.
Rt-v .1 O. Staple, a former pastor ofi
Uiacc Baptist church, now of Webster j
City, la , will preach Hunday at 10 ao '
h at the First Baptist church, liar-,
iicy street nrid Park avonue, Jle wlil,
ccupy the Grace Baptist pulpit. Tenth
and Arbor streets at 8 p. m. While In
Omaha Mr. Staple will be the guest or
Mr. and Mrs. M. Q. Macleod, at their
home, J960 South IServenth street
The cornerstone of the new Plymouth
Congregational ohurch, Eighteenth and
ICmmet streets, will bo laid Sunday after
noon at S:f o'clock.
nev. John F. Millar, pastor of the First
German Presbyterian ohurch. will preach
his farewell sermon Sunday morning,
lie haa accepted a call to become pastor
of the Second German rreabyterlan
church at St. Louis. Hov. Jullua V.
Schwars, district mlsalonary of tho l'nos
byterlan church, haa been appointed to
declare Hov. M. Miller's local pastorate
vacant the first Sunday In August.
Dr. W. O. Henry, who la In tho city
from Doa Angeles, will give an nddrcsa
Sunday morning at tho Third I'resby
OUIIUU-y lllwl lf - - - .
terian church, Twontleth nnd Leaven-
worth street. Dr. Henry was lor sev
eral years the superintendent of Third
church Sunday school and will be warmly
welcomed by former pupils and members
of the school.
Rev. A. F. Krnst. Ph. D., of Grand
Island, will preach at Uw Avenue Pres.
byterlan church Sunday morning, serv
ices beginning at 10:20. Dr. lCrnst Is re
garded a one of the etrongest minister
of this denomination in Nebraska and la
prominent In the synodlcal enterprises of
First, Twenty-ninth and Harney Streets
-Morning wrvlco at 10:30. Preaching by
Ilev. Staples. During tho months of July
and August there will be no ovenlng
aervlcea and Sunday school wg niMt at
D:M a. m. I "ray or raeoting, Wednesday
Rev. Arthur J. Morris. Pastor-Morning
worship at 10:30. topic. K""v.8
Ooodness of Ood." KventnK service at 8
dUJglng tho Old Wells." Bible school
at nooS Baptist Young Peoples union
at 7. Midweek prayer and praise serv
ice on Wednesday evening at a.
Calvary, Hamilton and Twenty-fifth.
Re" JTaI Maxwell. Pator-"Flrst Needs
First." it 10:90. "The Oretast Question
of IJfe." stereopUoon. at 8. Bible school
at noon. Young People's meeting at 7,
led by Miss Bdlth Bhrum. subject. "The
Mltalonary Valuo of a. Christian Col
i7b"" Prayer and conference meeting
of the church Wednesday ovenlng. sub
ject, "Sabbath Desecration.
North Side. Corner Twenty-second and
Lothrop. Ocorgo U Peters. Pator-nibta
school at, 9:90. Morning worship at 10.30.
The evening services will be on the lawn.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening serv
ice at 7: JO. The sermon toplo will be, A
Young Man Whom Jesus Helped.
First Church of- Christ. SclentUt. Bt.
Mary's Avenue and Twenty-fourth Street
-Sunday morning services at 11. Subject.
Truth." Sunday school, two sessions, at
: and 11. Wednesday evening meeting
at 8. Sunday evening services omitted
luring July nnd August.
First. Corner Nineteenth and Daven
port. Rev. F. J. Rouse, Pastor Sunday
school at 9. Regular service at 11. Ser
mon by Rev. W. W. Bolt of Wichita, Knn.
Saratoga, Comor Ames Avenue and
Twenty-fifth Street-Preaching at 10:30.
This la a work undertaken Independant
of any regular church and Is free to all
who desire to hear tho nospel of God.
It Is therefore unsectarlan.
Church of tho Good Shepherd. Twen
tieth and Ohio, The Rev. Thomas J. Collar,
rector Holy communion at 7:S0. Holy
ommunlon and sermon at 10:30. Services
during August at 10:30 only.
Church of St. Philip the Deacon, Twen
ty -first near Paul, Rev. Jonn Aioeri win
lams. Vicar Seventh Sunday after Trin
ity. Holy communion at 7:30. Morning
urayer at 10:30. Holy communion and
Herman at 11. Sunday school at 12:30.
Evening Drayer and sermon at 7:30. Dally
kcrvlcea: Holy communion at 7, morning
prayer at .
Grace. Knglli.li. ISM South Twenty-
sixth, Clarence N. Swlhart. Minister
Morning worship at II, subject, "Man's
Stanciarn. Hunday scnooi at s.-W).
Kountse Memorial. Corner of Famam
Htreet and Twenty-sixth Avenue Rev
Luther M. Kuhns, Acting Pastor Morn
ing worship at II. subject, "Beating the
Devil." Sunday school at 8:15, Oscur P
fit Matthew's English, Nineteenth and
C'astellar RtreeU. Rev. O. W. Snyder,
Pastor Morning service at 11. Subject:
The Two Gates." No services In the
evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
choir rehearsal on Saturday at 10 a. m.
St, Paul's, Twcnty-flfth and Evans,
nev E. T. Otto, Pastor Services In Ger
man at 10 o'clock Sunday school In the
Kngllsh department at 9:15. Evening ser
mon in English at 8 o'clock Day school
begins September 8, Prof. J. A. Hllgvn
dorf. St. Mark's Rncllah, Twentieth and Bur
dette. Rev. Dr. U. GrohT Pastor Morn
ing worship at 11, subject. "Servants of
Sin. Now Servants of God." No ovenlng
rv!ce. Sunday school at S:C. Younir
Peopl's Society of Christian Endeavor
on Thursday night at 8 o clock.
Zlon. Tlilrty-slxth Street and Lafarette
Avenue. A. T. Lorlmer. Pastor Morning
service nt il. evening service at s. Sun
cay school at 9.45. Midweek servloe on
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir
nrartlco Immediately after. Tho "Willing!
workers," win Jioia a picnia at iianscom
't.rk on Saturday afternoon August 1.
. Walnut nm, Foriy-flrst and Charles.
Oliver Kevc, Minister Sunday school
at 9:30. foltowed by preaching service.
Mpworth league at 7 p. m., evening
breaching? at 8 o'clock
Hvuam Park. Comer. Wool worth Avo-,
presi of new omaha
H, J. JAMISON.
nuo and Twenty-nlnlh Street. C. W. Mc
Casklll, Pastor Preaching services at 11
and 7:, conducted by the pastor. Sun
day school at !:45. Kpworth LeuKuu nt 1.
Prayer aorvlco Wednesday at 8.
First, Twentieth nnd Davonport Morn
ing service nt 11. livening servleo at 8.
Dr. Christian P. Relsner of (Irnco Meth
odist Kplscopal church, Now York City,
will occupy tho pulpit. Morning HUliJcct,
"" tun '
Evening, Baso Hall nnd Hollglon."
van a Aiorni amn lvnior Heaven 7"
Trinity. Twenty-first and Hlnnv.
Thoirm.n Bcthcll, Pastor Morning serv
ice at 10:3. sabbath school nt noon. Voh
pcr service from C:S0 to 7:30. George
Crocker will apeak Sunday morning on
"Tho Program of l.lfo." Miss Ryan,
deaconess, will speak In tho avtinlng.
aorman. Corner Eleventh and Center,
Rev. G, J. Jalscr, Pastor Sunday school
at 10. Augustus Doerlng, superintendent.
Preaching at 11 by tho pastor, subject,
"Our Responsibility of Winning Souls for
Christ" In tho evening at 8 a union
service will be held by Rev. J. P. Muel
ler of tho German Trcebyterlan church.
DleU Memorial. Tenth and PInrco. C.
N. Dawson, Minister Sunday school at
9:45. Dr. J, Ij. Pranr, superintendent
Preaching at 11 second of series on tho
Lord a Prayer, , F.nworth league at 7.
Prouchlng at 8-thlrd of surles on tho
Lord s Prayer. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at K Sunsay school plcnio Satur
day, August 1. Meet ut church at 1.
Lowe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas
Sunday school at 9:80. Rev. A. F. Ernst,
I'll. D., will preach at 10:30. No ovenlng
Clifton Hill. Forty-fifth and Grant
Streets Regular preaching service by the
pustor-elect nt 11. Sunday school at 9:45.
Christian Endeavor at 7. '
Caatellar Street, Sixteenth nnd Castel
lar, Rev. C. C. Meek, Pastor Morning
service at IL Sunduy school nt 10. Junior
Christian Endeavor at 3:30. Intermediate
Christian Endeavor at 0:45. Senior
Christian Endeavor at 0:45. Prayor meet
ing Wednesday nt S.
Fali-vlew; Pratt Streot and Fortieth Avo
nuo. Rev. Charles H. Fleming, Pnator
Bible school at 2. Afternoon worship at 3.
Charles F, Robel of thu Omaha Oenernl
hospital will glvo n gospel mcsaago. Mid
week service Tuesday evening nt 8; Mrs.
Hasten Is tho leader.
Tl)lrd, Rev. Robert Karr Pnstor-Sun-
WE mean the average type of car, the five-passenger automo
bile of 120-inch wheel base. That is the correct length of
car for comfort. Less length is not enough. More is un
necessary. Some disturbed competitors have said that light weight
comes from cheap materials. Not at all. Cheap iron is just as
heavy as good iron.
Chandler has cut out the inn.
Why should you buy pasoline and tires
to carry around a lot ot heavy irbn cast
ings that add weight, but not strength, to
a car ? Well, you shouldn't.
And it's the people who haven't cut
out the Iron that are warning you against
They warn you, but they don't tell you
how much their cara weigh. Why not?
Because they know they're too heavy.
Come See Its Marvelous Motor
W. L. HUFFMAN AUTOMOBILE CO.
1814-16 Farnam St.. Omaha, Neb.
XJHOOI.iT, BXOUX TAXX8, MICHEL I,, SIOUX CITY,
1138 r St. 323 B. Phillips Are. 124 6. Main St. 317-19 Bth St.
firAKDl,lR MOTOR CAR CO. 1'I.UVKL.AN'D. OHIO.
day school at 9.30; classes for all. Pub
lic worship and address by Dr V O.
Henry nt 10-45. Junior Endeavor meeting
at 3. Christian Endeavor prayer meeting
at 7. Evening worship and sermon by
Rev. ('. t Meek at S.
Parkvole, Thirty-first and Gold, Ho.
A, E. Lehman, .Minister Worship
with sermon and Bible school at 10:30.
Hi'iilor Christian Endeavor roclaty ut 7.
Lvrnlng norm service nnd rermon at 7:46.
Mid-wcik prayer meeting, followed by
adult home reheursnl Wednesday even
ing at 7 li.
North, Corner Twenty-fourth and Wirt,
Rev M V. Hlgbee. I). D., Pastor Morn
ing worship at 10:30, sermon by the pastor;
theme, "The Flings of Others." fAmday
school nt 'l m. Voting People's Society
.Christian Endeavor at 7. No evening
(Kcrvli-e Praver meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock
I Benson Hund.iv wliool nt 10. Morning
preaching crlce at 11; Rev. Theodore
K opman will premh: the choir will sing
Hldo Thou Me." by fludda; Miss Kerr
will give "The Good Shopbeid," by Van
do Water. Oirmtlrtn Endeavor meeting
at 7 Tho evening service will be held nt
the Methodist church.
I titled, f'nrnm' Twntitv-thlrd and H.
t'( I'll Omnha. Re. I'url S. Glndfelter.
tusl-ir .HhIiIihiIi Hi'huol nl ! : 4T. MorilltlK
1 v.rsrp ut II. siilijtv t ot sermon. The
" It tr. prince (if I'hrlittlahlty." Y iung ret)
pit h t hrlstlan union meeting at e. Tiie
v.t ligrc. Ktli .: .'.Ill .loin tn tho vesper serv
I i . tthc nlli school lawn at i.
WcstmlnMei, Mason Street and Georgia
lAvcn'ic, Rev J..mes Franklin Young,
Pastor Morning worship nt 10:30; Rev.
Cnnrl. a K llaskcrvllln will preuch. uihle
school at noon. Young people's moetlng
nt i. nj out-of-door service, corner Pa
cific tml Thirty-first streets; Warren
Swltzler will speak. Mltl-wcek prayer
service, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m.
Church of the Covenant. Pratt and
Twenty-sovonth, Rev. Charles H. Flem
ing Pastor Morning worship at 10:30.
Mr. Glradel will give the gospel
mcsKiizc. II lilo Kciiool ai noon. Jn-
dcttvor society at 7.15. Evening worship
nt 8, Charles lr Room win open up me
scriptures und there will he good music.
Midweek sorvlcn Wcdnesduy nt 8; Mr.
Orr Ih tho lender.
First. 220 Franklin, Rev. J. M. Runcle.
Pastor Teachers' meeting at 9:30. Sun
day school nt 10. Preaching at 11. Holi
ness nBsoclatlon nt .1:30. K. L. C. E. 80
rlntv nt 7. Preachlnif at 8. Midweek
prayor service Wednesday at 8. Quarterly
conference Saturday evening at 8. Pro-
siding Elder Maio or Lincoln win proacu.
Tho Omaha Holiness association meets
everv Sunday uflernoon at .1:30 at 3430
Franklin, W. E. Foshler, president.
I'nmtlff's Church. 515 North Eighteenth,
Rev. Charles W. Savldgo, Pastor At the
morning sorvlco Rev. Henry DcLong and
wlto Will spcnli. ravening sermon uy jvoy.
CliiirlcB W. Hnvldgc.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
letter Day Holnts. Twenty-fourth' and
....... T . . V ,. 1 nl... n O
irichfnir nt 11 liv Hlshon Richard
BUllard of Independence, Mo. Rellglo
service nt fi:30. Preaching at .
Rev. A. C. Douglass, pastor of tho First
United Presbyterian church. Is In Tarklo,
Mo., this vveeK attending tne annual mia
lnnnrv conference. His pulpit will be oc
cupled Hunday forenoon by Rev. . C. Wi
Savldgo of tho Peoplea church.
First Progressive Spiritualist, Mncklo's
Hall, 1816 Hnrney. Rev. F. A. Thomas,
Pastor Lccturo at 8 by Dr, Monto, sub
Innt. "Ancient People Ist Atlantis."
followed by messages, Mesaago servloe
Tuesday nt 8. Ixulles im messages
Thursday nt 2:30.
The Church of Life. 815 North Einht-
eeuth, Rev. Visa A. Bell, Pastor Morning
scrvico at ji. topic, tnu ion uommnna
ments." Evening servlco at 8, toplo,
"Without God and Without Hope." Sun
day school at io. voung reopio s unna
tlan Endeavor at 7.
United Brethren, Nineteenth and Lo
throp, Rov. W. O. Jones, Pnator Morning
scrvico oi il, -memo, "vvnai is jesua
Worth to You 7" No ovenlng service. Sun
day school at 10. Fourth ouarterly con
ference Tuesday evening at 8, Superin
tendent J. it -Moner presiding.
The International Bible School associa
tion will meet Sunduy nt 3 p. m., at
Iibor Tcmplo hall, corner ""Nineteenth,
and Farnnm atreot. Lecture given by Dr,
Furwcll. Topic "Tho tillleB of the iren.
tiles will end with the year 1914."
Omaha real estate la Ihe beat Investment
you could make. Rend Vhd Bee's real
If they are proud of 3700-pound weight
or 4000, or 4500, why don't they say so In
figures. The only cars whose weights
are advertised weigh less than 3000
pounds. Mark that fact. It is vital.
dandier uses fine aluminum castings
and pressed steel, wherever possible, in
stead of iron. That's modern engineer
ing. The Chandler is durable, safe, com
fortable and economical.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Considerable Joy Over Decision in
Back Tax Case.
TAXPAYERS ARE THE WINNERS
Tnrn(r-Onr Tliotmnnd Mollnrn Will
llr SitciI, According to Opin
ion of City Trcnuurrr
Judge ljHllr'B decision of the back tax
nuentlon In district court yelcrday closed
a long find bitterly fought contest. The
decision was hailed on the streets gen
erally as one In which the taxpayers had
been the winners. City Treasurer Martin
and City Attorney Murphy were (ho re
cipients of many cordial congratulations
through the day. Mayor Hoctor. whoar
rived a few minutes nfter tho decision
had bocn handed down, appcr.red to take
tho matter In good pnrt. Assistant City
Attorney Winters asked him If the de
cision settled the question and tho mayor
replied In the affirmative. Mayor Hoctor
has Insisted that he merely wanted a
court decision to settle the case.
City Attorney Murphy was jubilant. "It
was a case of fighting for the taxpayers,"
he said, "and the decision was a good
one. Judge Ieslle In handing down the
decision expressed the opinion that the
WE are pleased to an
nounce to all Omaha
Overland owners the appoints
ment of our new distributer
The OverlandOmaha Comx
pany. J. R Jamison, President
Every Overland distributer
is selected with the utmoct
care, Both the distributer and
his entire organization must
measure up in every parties
lar to the high standard of
merit, integrity, ability and re
liability as required by The
Willys Overland Company,
The Overland-Omaha Com
pany was selected from a very
large list of applications and
does, we believe, measure up
in every single respect to our
idea of what constitutes a reli
able and substantial distribu
This new organization has
the facilities to render excell
You can be assured that at
all times they will carry out
Slsotrlo hsad, aids,
Baxxr ta e cm oatioh a i tau ana iuh upnts,
case had not been well brought In thj.akel to pyt the. Janitors to work August ,
name of the city by the mayor ana cotn- t. There la nald to be plenty of work that
ell. He Bald that the city attorney waa can be done hen and II will mv .l aood 1
the law officer of the city and as such
the city litigation was In his charge. This
means that Special Attorney John Paul
Mreen may find spr.le difficulty In collect
ing his money from the city.'-
City Treasurer Martin said the decision
would save the taxnavers about $11.(100 a
.n n "IV.1 lint, hasn n.i.1IM i.wl ' ' rD . !
tin said, "not only by our Idea of what
the law was, but by the many assurances
of support given us by the taxpayers who
have followed the fight. It Is over and I
am glad of It."
To Join In Ihc I'nrnilr.
More than fifty automobiles will leave
South Omaha thin afternoon to participate
In the Hohcmian parade 1n Omaha 'today.
Tl. nr. f...- .1 -I.,, AI.IB ...Ml I
v,., win uue in
the parade. City Treasurer Martin, City
Attorney Murphy. Assistant City Attor
neys Winters and Leigh. Superintendent!
. . ,, , . , . ...
of Molls Lew Ettor and a host of others ;
will drive their own cars for the accom-1
modatlon of the visitors who will ride In i
the parade. Chief of ' Po.lc John Rrlgg.
will be grand marshal of the day ami
hns ordered that tho South Omaha con-1
tlngont meet shortly after noon at the Bo
hemian National hall In South Omaha.
"The turnout will be one of the biggest
things of Its kind ever held In this city,"
Rrlggs stated last night.
According to many of the school Jani
tors, the Board of Education may be
Overland Omaha Company
J, R. JAMISON, President.
2101-3 Farnam Street
as the new Omaha Overland distributer
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
acaaofaetursra of th ramoba Orarlana SsUrsry Wagons, Osrtord and Willys Utility Trucks, rail lafornatlon oi rioMk
33 X 4 Q. D. tUts
deal of rush about the time of the open
ing of school. Many of the men have
families and those who have not have to
support themselves, anyway, In Omaha
the Janitors work tho year around it Is
said. The clrll sertlcA rule Is now In
vogue here. The .members , of theV board
and President Richardson are lnclned to
do everything they!. 'can to please the
workmen for ,th district.
. single cify CJrts.lp, i
G. u gpahn of tCulberson, Neb,.,
in tho city bh a business 'trip yesterday
morning. (- y
Ixio Cahll and James Sullivnn are put
ting out a one edition J5aper, In South
Omaha. ."Who's AVh6 and WhJ"'lii tho
nnme. a ne eauion )& cxpoeiqa toicomo
out 'some time next jnonth. '
j ne local aerie or Kneias .wm eiv a
dhnce .at tho-'Eogle -hall( Twenty'rthlrd
anJ streets, this evening;
J. n?aJ,LSortlV'li' 'ia"?" 1 l,'S
stock yards with a carlo.ad of hogs yes
terduy. Ho will remain In the city a
short time . . , "
The Ladles' Alj' society of the. Hills-
j afWXSn & "?o,
third alid I ptreets, thlb cwnlnj;.
Mrs. W. J. Kifelb letunicd home Mon
day evening after two weolts at St. Jo
seph's hospital, where she underwent an
operation. She Is slowly Imnrovlng.
The congregatt6ns o' the Protestant'
churches of th city will meet In Union
vesper services on tho high school lawn
tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock. Rev.John
Alber of ths Church of Disciples Is an
nounced as the speaker.
the broad factory policy in a
mosriiberal manner. v
They will have an ample
repair stock on hand for all
Overland models, so that all
Overland owners will receive
equal and immediate service
They will .maintain a 'thor
oughly equipped repair shop,
well manned with factory
Step in today and get ac
quainted with our new distri
buter. This progressive or
ganization is well worth know
See the full line of Over
Let them give you a deiri
onstration in the famous 79 T.
It's a beauty. If you have not
purchased one, it!s high time
you vdid. You surely need one
Summer das are, Over
land days.: . .x
We can insjire' .prompt de
Mohsfr top curtains
o, b. ToUdo
With lectrio startr
J. R. Jamison Gets
for All Nebraska
The Omaha agency for the Willys
Overland machines has been transferred
to the Omaha Orerland company, of
which J R. Jamison Is president. The,
new Overland company has moved Into
new quarters nt 2101 Farnam street.
Where the salesrooms have been remod
eled, and rearranged.
Previously the Overland has been
handled through the Vn Brunt Auto
company of Council Bluffs, but It was
decided to change this apency to Omaha,
proper. The result was that scores of
prominent automobile men submitted re
quests for the.agenoy. After due deliber
ation', It Was announced that Mr. Jami
son had been appointed to the new
agency. As soon as he received the news
or his success, 'Mr. Jamison organised
the Omaha Overland company, secured
Bpaelous quarters and Is busily selling
Ynnkn AVaitt Dartmouth T.nrf.
Clarence. L, Wanarnaker, Dartmouth,
15, of Melrose, Mass., has received an
offer from the New York club. Wana
rnaker for the last two seasons has been
flrst-etrtng catcher for the Green and
this year has, been at his best. He has
another year In college and It Is doubtful
If he will accept the offer.
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