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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 14, 1915.
He. Joieph Newton Telli of At
. tribute! of Great Leader in
Unirertity Club Address.
SO OTHLR HIS EQUAL HERE
, . . , Starting February 17, Ash Wednesdsy,
Rt. Joseph Fort Newton. D.D.,:W, oecw th forly y of unt
I.U.D., or Cdar Rapids, la., delivered
an oration on "Abraham Lincoln"
lest evening at the third annual ban
quet of the University club before an
audience consisting of members and
their women. It waa a striking fart
that the speaker who delivered this
.t - ihuli.M f.lnonln
,..... ua c.i i
is a eon or a confederate soiaier. ne
waa Introduced by F. A. Brogan.
"Tha face of Lincoln rives a glimpse
of what It meana to be a man," aald Ir.
Newton, "tha lines where the smiles fell
asleep when they were tired, tha deep
set eyes that never lied, tha firmness
that never waa hard, the gentleness of a
treat pity. It waa a face not unduly
msscultne nor softly feminine, a fsee that
makes us think of the mother back of tha
'"Tolstoi when he heard of Lincoln's
death, said. "lis was a Christ In minia
ture.' "The church hss Its calendar of saints.
And tha nations, too. Moses, Julius
Caesar, Luther, Masslnl, Toiatol, aU
typify their nations and aces. And
Abraham Uncoln typifies America, com
bining In himself tha attributes of two
antl-thetlcal natures the astute, canny,
practical man who forces ahead, and tha
extremely sensitive nature like John
'Wootmao, that good old Quaker who
couldn't ride In a carriage If tha driver
whipped the horses.
"Rarely do wa find these two In one
man. Before Lincoln and tha civil war
these states were not a nation. A man
was a citizen of Virginia or of Masse
chussetts, but not of the United States.
"Lincoln's great task In grappling with
slavery waa three-fold. , Ife had to thlUk
tha problem out, ha had to convince tha
people that ha was right, and ha had to
lead them In putting his solution Into
effect. . .
"Lincoln's Intellect, his sheer power t
think Is, and always has been underesti
mated. It was obscured by hla rich gift
ef humor. When ha described an argu
ment of Douglass as being 'a thin as
soup made out of tha ahadow of a pigeon
that had starved to death,' ha stmok tha
highest not .of humor. A man with a
rich gift of humor is not easily deceived.
Lincoln thought In continents, he dreamed
"In the business of convincing Lin
coln waa pre-eminent Ha could put mora
flesh on the skeleton of an Idea and Use
less words In doing It than any other man
In our history,
"Hit other leader tha equal of Abraham
Uncoln has ever risen In this country,
for he was both a great state man and a
shrewd politician, a very rare combina
tion. II had been schooled In that great
university of politics. Springfield, III. Ma
was possessed of wonderful executive
ability. If had an almoat uncanny In
sight Into human nature. Ha was a mar
velous strategist In International affairs.
We must Inevitably hav been drawn Into
war with, England during the civil war had
It not been for him. Ha saved tb situa
tion with a story. H waa sven a master
"The shrewdness, the sagaetty, th hu
maneness'; the patience of this marrol
o'is man makes him undoubtedly a pro
vidential character raised up to meet th
problem of his time."
Lusitania and Will
Return on St. Paul
LIVERPOOL (Via London). Fab. lt
Th Cunsrd Una steamer Lua Hants, th
vessel which flew th American flag
across th Irish sea on Us last trip In
ss a measure ef protection against Ger
man submarin. sailed from Liverpool
for New York at Its usual hour today
under the British flag. Whether er not
this emblem will still be flying when
the Lusitania .reaches the Irish Sea was
a question to which the keenly Interested
passengers found it. Impossible to obtain
an answer. j
The Lusltsnla carried a large list ef
passengers. Including many Americana.
Prospective American passengers to the
number cf !08. however, cancelled their
bookings en the Lusitania at the last
moment and took the- American tin
steamer St Paul,-which sailed alao for
New York today. Th St Paul had th
largest pessenger list sines th rush of
American refugees last fall.
Youth of Twelve,
; Son of Official,
Page in Senate
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 11 -Complaint
was made today to State Labor Commis
sion Coffey, by the Uncoln truant offi
cer, that a son of Lieutenant Governor
Pearson, a boy said to be less than It
years old, .was employed by hla father
In the atate senat chamber, contrary to
the Nebraska law en child labor.
The labor commissioner said If an In
vestigation he hsd begun satisfied him
the law was being violated he would
tube such actios as wss necessary. Other
alleged violations of the child labor law
by members of th legislator hav been
Getting Ready to
A. special committee of the general
committee having; la charge arrange-
ments for th forthcoming annual meet
ing of th Nebraska Slat Press associa
tion met yesterday afternoon with E. V,
Parrtsb. of tb publicity bureau of tn
Commercial club, sod deckled oa April
1 II as tbs dates. Members of th sps
i il committee are L A, Medlar, J. a
Uuodtsin. C. K- Corey, J. M. Tanner and
H. L. Tostevln,
Visitors wtU be entertained at theater
and U automobiles. Another meeting
wiU be iield a week from today. Tb
si- a Wing program baa not beta
PARIS DEPUTIES PASS '
PARI 8, Feb. 11-Th Chamber of
! !utle today adopted th bill prohibit
tut th ! of absinth.
TOPICS FOR ADAY OF REST
Say it Sunday Before Lent and Spe-
cial Lenten Serricei Will
TO PREACH ON BELLY SUNDAY
Bunds? will be qulnqtisgestma, tha Sun
day before Ient, and In many Omaha
churches apclal service wilt be held.
March . which la Eaater Bunday. Spa
i rial lenton services win b held in sev-
eral churches on Ash Wednesday alio.
If. W. Byere, former attorney gen
i eral of tha atata of Iowa and a Billy
8unday convert in Des Moines, will speak
I at the morning services of tha First
," - """"" til Till.
Dr. Hlllman of Des Moines will speak
on th, work of Buly gunday at tha even
Ing aervlces at th First Christian church.
The congregation ef tha First Bap tint
church will Join In a union service with
the Chrlatlsna on this occasion.
Rer. If. L. Targsr, president of the
Lutheran General Synod of America, wilt
preach at two Lutheran churchea Sunday.
Ha will preach tha sermon at the Grace
English Lutheran church Sunday morn
ing and' at the Kountse Memorial church
tn the evening.
President A. B. Marshall of tha Omaha
Theological semtnsry.l and one of th
ablest evangelists In th country, wilt
hav charge of th Gospel services at
the Covenant. Presbyterian church, Pratt
and Twenty-seventh streets, all nxt
week. Increasing Interest and attend
ance hav marked thia campaign, of
which next week will be th third week.
Services every night except Saturday
from I to , preceded by a flfteen-minut
song service. - e
"Th Aspects of th Divine", will be th
subject of a lecture given Sunday even
ing before tha Olrott lodge by Judge J. J.
Points la Arlington block.
Zlon. 171 North Twenty-sixth, Rev. W.
F. Hotts PsntorMomlng. 10.30 to 11.
devotional; 11 to 12, preaching. , Subject,
'Faith." Evening: 6 30 to 7;30, Baptist
Young People's union;- 7:0 -to-S, de
votional; 8, preaching. Sunday school,
!1:H to : 1:30 to 1:30. paster's Bible clues.
Wednesday night, ml J week prayer serv
ices. Mount Morlsh, Corner Twenty-sixth
and Seward. Rev. W. H. DeClaybrook,
D. D Pastor Preaching at 11 and 7:46.
Hubject In the morning, "The Surrender
of the Heert." In the evening, "Good
Hope, Through Orac." Sunday school
St 1. Midweek meeting Wednesday st
I. Bsptlsing at tha close of the morning
Olivet, Thirty-eighth' Street and Grand
Avenue, William A. Mulford, Pastor
Morning at 11. Kvenlng at 7:30. Sunday
school at 10. Church membership dsy In
Sunday school. . Kvery church member
urged To be present. Other services: Han-
tint Young Peoil a unloa at :.
training class or boys snd girls Wednes-
day at l:M,
Plcnlo lunch at t. Prayer
service at 7:10.
Grace, Corner Tenth and Arbor. K. B.
Taft, Pastor Men's ' prayer meeting at
:. Sunday school at 10. Morning wor
ship at II: subject. "The Art of Being
Kind." Junior meeting at 15. Baptist
Young People's union at 7. Kvenlng wor
ship at T:4S; subject, "Ths Conversion of
Timothy." Mission Sundsy school at s,
2010 South Fourth street
Cslvary. Hamilton and Twenty-fifth,
J. A. Maxwell, Pastor Morning, "The
Believer's Deposit." Evening, "The Life
snd Death of the Soul," sermon by Dr.
1). D. Itrnper. Bible school at noon, O.
W. Noble, superintendent. Young peo
ple's meeting at f.30, led by Miss Nell
arpnter. Prayer and conference meet
ing of tha church Wednesday evening;
subject, "The Indwelling ef the Spirit"
Immsnuel Twenty-fourth snd Plnkney,
Arthur J. Morris. Pastor Morning wor-
hln st 10:30. Topic. "Their Rock and
ur Rock." Bible school st noon. Young
people's meeting at :30. Evening service
l 7:w. Htinjec? selected, junior meet-
n on Wednesday nrtemoon at 130.
Men's supper snd Blbls study at ths
htirch on Wednesday evening at a no.
Midweek prayer and praise service at S.
First. Hsmey Street and Park Avenue.
H. O. Rowlands. Minister-Morning. 10:30,
tibject of sermon. "The Strsnge Conduct
f Jothsm. Kvenlng, 7:30. 'The Christian
htirch unites with the Baptist church to
hesr the addreaa by Dr. Hlllman of Des
Moines on the work or ' Hilly ptinflay.
Sunday school at noon, George Water
man, superintendent. At : Mrs Dr.
Foots will give her fourth lecture on the
Ufe of Jesus Christ." ,
North Bids. Twsnty-second snd Lothron,
George I Peters, pastor Bible school at
:jp. Morning service at i:ts. t. t,
Rowlands of Des Moines. la., general
frolsht agent of the Rock Island will
peek o( th ntindsy meeting., t'hrietlan
indeavor at Evening service at
30. Theme: "Th Bible. . Hew -.to
Study It'.' . .
First. Twentr-slxth and : Harrier.
Charlea E. Cobbey, Pastor Morning wor
ship at 11. Fubject' "Chrlat'a Dependence
on Treycr." Evening worship st 7:'5a.
Mnn service with First Rspttet church.
Meeting to be eddreased by Dr. Hlllman
of Dea Moines on the Hilly Sunder mect-
ng. Touna Peon
Toung People s Society of Christian
Endeavor at 4:i&. Junior Endeavor at
Blbls school at :.
' . Christian Selene. '
First Church of Christ. Scientist. St.
Mary's Avenue and Twrnty-foOrth Serv
ice at U and a. Subject "Soul." Sun
day school (two sessions), l:6 and . 11.
Wednesday evening meeting at s.
St. ' Marv'a Avenue. Twenty-seventh
Street and St Mary's Avenue Morning
service at 10 JO. Rev. J. J. Parker wilt
preach. Subjeet, "t-nrletia.n fattenoe."
Kelly chorus choir. Sunday school at 11
First, Nineteenth snd Dsvenport Fred
erick T. Rouee, Pastor Morning at 10
Hon. it w. Hyere or Lea Moines, a Hill
Runriav convert former attorney genera
of Iowa, will apeak at 10 30. Bunday school
st II. No evening service.
Plvmniith iTIahteenth and ITmmet
Frederick W. lravut. Mlnleter bcrmon
theme, "From the Windows of Ply
mouth" 10 i. mnie scnooi at ii. r;ius
W. Cass, superintendent. Young !eih
prsyer meeting, ft. 30. Sermon, ' Hec.slor
and Destiny," 7:30,
HUlaldo. Thirtieth and Ohio. W. S.
Hamilton. I'astor Morning servlc st
10 30. Sermon by pastor. Thernn, "Be
lieve.' Kvenlng service st 7 SO. Sermon
by pastor, "htudies In Mark. Sunday
school at noon, I- Stegrew, aunerlntend-
t. Senior Endcsvor st s:jo. intrr-
medlat todeavor at 4. Junior Endeavor
K Mstthlss . Tomer Wortblnstnn Ave
nue and South Tenth Street Early com
munion at a Runflav scnooi at lu. Morn
ing prayer and sermon at 11. Public In
vited and cordially welcomed. Beats are
free. Rev. Albert K. Wells priest tn
Church of th Good Shepaxd. Twentieth
and Ohio. Rev. Thomas' J. Collar, Rec
tor Uulnquagealma. Holy communion
at t a. ro. hun.lsy achool at I io. Morn
ing prayer, litany and sermon at 11. Spe
cial muittcal servlc at 4. Aah Wednes
day. Kebruary 17th. Holy communion
. a m. and It a. m. t'vening servio at
1M o clock.
St. Ps.nl's. Twenty-fifth and Evans. Rev,
B. T. Otto. Pastor Servl at 10, in i--Uh
at 7 to. subject. "Scriptural Keasn
hy so Many Ierlve no Ietlng benefit
rroin uis Hriiig or tna won oi uoo.
Sunday school st 11 :M.
Zlon. Tbirty-sUth Street and Ifayette
Avsnus. A. T. I.orlmer. Pastor S uud e y
si'hool at t:. Kervli'c at 11 and t. The
I.uiiier HMistia will invet at ths home o
Kliner snd Jenny FHfn, KJJ Hamilton
street. Tuesdny evening. The conftrms
tien class will meet on Saturday efter-
Urac. KnglUh. 1C South Twenty-eUth
ktreet. tlarrnce N Swihart. Mmister
Sruion by Hev. H. L. Yarger, 11 I)
president of genersl synod at UL '"Th
Mistiest Prrsuual lJrty." at t. tAitli
lesgu at I. Bunday school at I bO.
THREE REPRESENTATIVES OF COLORADO MINERS Left to right: . Frank J.
Ilayea, Edward L. Doyle and Jarces Lord, leading officials, of the forces conducting the
miners' strike in Colorado, who conferred with John D. Rockefeller, jr.
v-4kmik '- fhv :&A '?' J
J. Fred Smith, superintendent. .Confirma
tion cissies Frlitny at t andi7:3". Asn
vveanesday porvlce at s.
St. Mark s Knsllsh. Twentieth and Btir-
dette, F. Oroh,' Pastor It a. m "Charity
llovel as Rule of Life;" 7:S0 p. m., ''Man
and Angels as God's .Creatures:" Fstur
day, 9:45 a. m : Young Psople's Society of
t hrletlsn Endeavor. 8 45 p. m.
St, Matthew's Kngllsh, Nineteenth and
Csjtellar. Ilev. G. -W. Snyder, Pastor
Mornins s.rvlcn at 11 stihlect. Trie
Oreatest of All. Evening service at .SO.
aublert, "Joseph to Monet." aunany
school at 10, subject "Semtiel Made
Prophet. The Ladles' tAUI society will
meit Tliuradsy atternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. John Falconer, 2223 Hewrd
atroot. Catechetical claaa on Friday st
Kountse Memnrlnl. Farnam Street and
Twenty-alxth Avenue, Bev. Oliver' I).
Bsjtny, j h. IJ., l), D Pastor Morning
worship at. 11. sublect. "Crucified Today."
The beautiful Inten program wilt lie dis
tributed at this service. Kvenlng worship
at I o clock. The president of the lu
theran General Synod of America will
preaoh, Sunday school at :45. Oscar P.
Ooodmsn, sliperlntendent. I.uther league
t T. Confirmation classes Thursday snd
Friday evenings at 7:46 and Friday after
noon at 415. Special Lenten service
Wednesday evening at o'clock.
Immantiel. Corner Nineteenth and
Cass, Adnlph Hull, Psetor Bernhard
Johnson, conductor of lmmanuol choir.
yuinqagesime Sunday, Sunday before
Lent. Morning service at 10. Sunday
school at 11:45. Kvensong at t o'clock.
Omaha's largest church chorus sings at
both services. Men's society Tuesday at
home of J. P. Jerne. ltt'J6 Snencer. sub
ject. "How a True Hlble Study can b
Conducted." Wednesday evening Omaha
Istrtst mission meeting. Thursday same
continued with prayer hour at S:S0 and
passion service at S. Visiting pastors and
pastors or ureater Omaha participate in
these services. Choir songs. .
Walnut Hill. Forty-first snd Charles,
Oliver M. Keve, Minister Services at 11
and 7:t0. Sunday school at 10. Epworth
lesgu at 30.
Swedish. Corner Nineteenth and Burt,
Gustav Krlckson, Pastor Hundsy school
st 10. preschlng service at 11. Epworth
league at t:W. Preaching at 7:30.
Pearl Memorial. Twenty-fourth Street
and lrlmoie Avenue, Earl O. Bowen,
'aetoi Morning worship at 10:30. bun
day school st noon. J. V. Msynard, su
perintendent, t nllilren s meeting at s.
Kpworth league at 30. debate sJid spe
cial music. Evening service at 7.JK
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening at 8.
lileti Memorial, Tenth and Pierce, C.
. lawson. I'astor Bunday school at t:4u.
Dr., J, L. Frans. aupntintendent. Preach
ing at 11. sutiject. "Abraham Lincoln."
Epworth league at 6: SO, J.- H. Usten,
leader. Preaching at 7:80, subject. "The
Sons of Ham." Brotherhood business
meeting Tuesday at A Prayer meeting
Wednesday at l :w. s
First. Twentieth and Davenport. Rev.
Tttua I.owe, Minister Sunday achool at
t SO, T. F. Hturgeas superintendent.
Morning worship at 10. subject, "A Di
vine and Welcome Proclamation." Ep
worth league at 8:30 a live meeting for
young people. Evening worahlp at 7:80,
aubjeot, "A Man and Hie Faith.'1 At this
service Flrrt church will be host to.
many members of the Masonlo . frater
Benson, A. J. McClung, Pastor Sunday
school at' 10. Morning worahlp at 11, the
sermon subject Is. "Christian Steward
ship?' Junior Christian Endeavor at t.
Christlsa haideavor at 6:30. Dr. Hansen
will address all Young People's societies
st the Methmllat church. Kvenlng wor
ship at 7:1Q. Union service st the Metho
dist church. Dr. Hansen win speak on
A WELCOME RELIEF
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Jo . j
r w fe g m isbi
See that our Privet
Stamp ver th neck of Set
tle) It tinbrolieii.
"Putajo Welfare." " -Prayer . meeting
Wedie-sdgy evee'ng sj 8.
Hanscom Park, Corner Woolworth Ave
nue and Twenty-ninth Ftreet.T". W. Mc
Casklll, Pagtor Pree.ehlng services at 11
and 7 45 conducted by the pastor. Morn
ing theme, "For a Great Door and "Effec
tual Is Opened." Wvenlng theme, ''Adain-T
The First Man Was, he a Hlstorlo
Character?" Sunday school af 11:46. Ep
worth league at :. Brotherhood Mon
day evening, Dr. A. F. Jonas will apeak.
Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at t o'clock. ,
. . - ; Preeby terlan. ,
C as teller, C. C. Meek, Paator Services
st 11 and 8. Sabbath achool at 10. Junior
Christian Endeavor at 3:3. Intermediate
Christian Endeavor at 7. Senior Christian
Endeavor at 7. '
North, Twenty-fourth ana Wirt, M. V.
Illgbee, Pastor Morning st 10:8j; sermon
cn ' l.lto B txjriy Movements. r.venina
at 7:80; sermon, "WalklnB Humbly;" Hun
rtsv school at noon: Young People's 8o-
tlety of thrlstlsn Kndesvor at 6:8.1. Prsyer
meeting Wednesday evening at i o now.
First, Seventeenth and lodge, ' Edwin
Hart Jenks. D. D., Pastor Morning serv
ice at 1:30; subject. "Optlmlem as a
Dynamic." Evening service at 7:80: sub
ject. "One Hundred Ycers of - Peace.'
Sunday school at noon. Endeavor meet
ing at :30.
Parkvale. Thlrty-.flrat and Gold, Rev.
A v. t-hmsnn Minister Morning Bible
school at 10. Morning worship with ser- i
men at 11. Junior- Christian Endeavor i
society at 3:80. Senior Christian Endeavor
society at 7. Kvenlng service oi sermon
and song at 7:45.
Benson Sixtieth and Main, Rev. Arthur
Atsck; Bible school at 10 a. m.; morning
worship st 11: anthem by choir. "The
Heavenly City.1' Marcus Nielsen will sing
"The Publican." The paator will preach
a special sermon. The evening meetings
lll be union and addreased by Rev. 1.
Hansen of Kansas Cltv.
Lowe Avenue, im North Fbrttetn. A. P.
Ernat, Ph. If., PastorThe pastor will
preach at 10:80 and 7:80; morning subject,
"Why Study the Bible;" evening, "Peace.
Sabbath school at noon. Junior Endeavor
and pastor's Instruction class at 8. Senior
Endeavor meeting at t:46.i
Clifton Hill. Grant and Forty-fifth, B.
R. von dor Llppe, Pastor Preaching at
1L reception of new members publicly wel
comed. Christian Endsavor at :80. Ser
mon at :, "A Call to Salvation." Sun
day achool at 10, . H. C. Korgy, superin
tendent. Meeting for men at 2:46.
Church of the Covenant.. Pratt and
Twenty-seventh. Charles H. Fleming,
Paetor-Mornlng worship at 10:80, "Re
cruiting the King's Army." Bible school
st noon. Endeavor at :45. Evening wor
ahlp at 7:80. "Your Favorite- Goapel
Hymn." Gospel services all week under
the direction-of, Dr. A. . u. marsnau ui
Wsstmtnster; Corner Mason Street and
Georgia Avenue. Jamea Franklin Young,
Paator Morning worship at 10:30. Bible
achool at noon. Young People's meeting
at 30; topic. "The Solid Foundations of
Life." I Cor.' 8 8-16. Evening worship at
7 80; themtf, "The Unending Soveretunty
of Christ." ' 7 Midweek prayer' service
Wednesday evening at 7:45.. .
Falrvlew. Pratt Street and fortieth
Avenue, Charles 1. Fleming. Pastor
Bible school at I. Afternoon worship at 8.
"Light On Hell From the European War.
The evening service at 7:80 will be In
charge of tne young minister from the
seminary. Tuesday evening th midweek
service will be at the home of Mr, Mo
Mlchal. led by Mr. ,Bartlett.
Third. Twentieth and Leavenworth,
Robert Karr. Pastor Sunday school with
adult and young men's Bible classes at
30. Sermon to young people, "Ths
Value of Self-control," at 10:48. Inter
from that awful
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the assistance of
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mediate and Junior Endeavor meetings
at 3. Christian Endeavor prayer meeting
at 6:80, "Decision Day" services. Even
ing worship and sermon, "Why Halt Ye
Between Two Opinions." at 7:46. Church
prayer meeting Wednesday evening at I.
" t'alteel Presbyterian. .
Cenltal, Twenty-fourth and . Dodge,
Hugh B.' Speer, Minister Morning wor
ship, st . 10:30; theme,- "Christ's Call to
Separatlon.'" Evening "worship at 7:80;'
theme, "Jesus of Naxareih Passeth By."
Sabbath' school at noon. -Young psople's
meeting at. 6:30. . . - i
First, Twenty-first 'and Grh met,' A. ; C."
Douglaes, Psstor Morning worship at
10:80; theme, "The Great Gospel Invite-'
tlon." Evening worship at 7:80;" theme,',
"Wronglns One's Own Soul." Hlble school
at noon. Young peoprc prayer and Bible
study meeting at 6:80. . ' , '...-
I nltarlaaj. ' '
Services at the parish house. 428" North'
Fortieth, Sunday afternoon at 4:30.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints. Twenty-fourth and
Ohio Sunday school offlcsrs" and teach
ers' normal at t. Sunday achool at B:4S.
Preaching at 11. Prayer service at 1
Rellglo at 6:30. Preaching at 8. , Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 8.
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Medill McCormick Aitertg Propes
livei Won't Fail Republican
if Latter Reciprocate. .
QUIXCT, 111., Feb. 13. Pledging
that the progresBlvea would not fail
the republican party In 1916, If the
republicans did not fall the progres
sives. Medill McCormick. former head
of the progressive party tn Illinois,
delivered the annual Lincoln day ad
dress to the KIckspoo club here to-
He declared the republican party
held out the greatest hope of the
progressives, but Insisted that It must
be the party of progress and added
that If the republicans failed demp
crats would wla the greater portion
of the 2,000,000 progressive votes
cast in 1912. , x
He ' declared that the republican
party must Insure the following legis
lation: National child labor laws.
.Regulation of tne nation's
A fair and universal tariff.
Discussing the administration's
foreign policy, Mr. McCormick ex
pressed the belief that the country
would be better off If Eilhu Root in
stead of Mr. Bryan were secretary of
state. , '
Chairmen of the standing committees
for the Omaha Manufacturers' associa
tion for the ensuing year were appointed
at the meeting Friday at the Commercial j
club as follows:
Membership James-Allen, r .
. Kntortalnment R. W. Besley. . ,
Interurban W. F. Burgess. '
Advertislng-W. H. Clarke. ''
Insurances and Tnxes R. A. Hlggtns..
, Home Patronage F. S. Knapp.- - , .
v Trade Extension R. A. ' Leussler.' .
(Iegislat1on W.' J.-Monashan.
; Transportation Paul Skinner. '
The manufacturers went on - record In
favor' of the-road tax and the highways
commission ' bills, H R, Nos. 261 and 263.
respectively. They opposed 8. F. No. 189,
concerning stock food shipments,' which
they held, would Injure certain well-established
manufacturing Industries 1 In
Omaha. They opposed H. R. No. 288,
which provides for a change In the lien
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