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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 16, 1915.
FIRST DIRIGIBLE FOR
U.S. IS AUTHORIZED
Daniel JLwit&i Contract for Mann
factors of War Balloon to
Hew Hatch Finn.
DEUVEXED II POTTS M03TH3
WA8HINQTON, May 18. Con
struction of the navy's first dirigible
was authorised today by Secretary
Daniels, who awarded a contract for
Its manufacture to the Connecticut
Aero company of New Karen on a
bid of $4 5,6 J . The balloon la to bo
delivered within four months so as
to be in use at the naval aeronautic
station at PensacoU early next au
tumn. It Is designed to carry four
student observers in addition to a
crew of four.
Millie for AerwwtU-a.
It will be TO feet long. flfty-Ove feet
hgh. have km capacity of llO.OOS oubto
ftet and a speed of twenty-five miles an
I-our. Congress appenorlated t,0,004 for
aeronautics in the last naval bUL The
new hydroaeroplanes war received last
vacs: oa orders given twa month ase
and three others are due for delivery
soon. Three additional ones will be bid
far staring the summer. Contract wOl be
awarded within a few da re for a floating
dirigible abed designed to accommodate
The armored cruiser Worth Caroitna,
new to the Mediterranean, Is to be re
lieved ta tea days by the utuissi Dm
Moines and overhauled In the United
States for ewe at Peneaoola as an avhv
tkm ahin. Wltk Its arrival and delivery
of the airships eontraoted for. the Penaa
oela atatioa win begin the training of
ad seen on a larger scale than
EFFECT OF SMOKE ON HEALTH
What Baeaareaeo and laveettga
Homo Have Developed
OffMats of the United States bureau
of wines and of the United States pnbtlo
health avrvtoe are very much Interested
l the aeries of papers on the Influence
of emoks on health, which have Just been
pobtUbed by the Mellon Institute of In
doatrlal Research, which U carried on In
connection with the ecientlfio studies of
the University of FttUborgh. Special In
terest attaches to the amofce studies which
have been conducted by the Institute be
cause the Investigation started at Pttta.
burgh, which Is known generally to the
people of the whole United States as the
smokiest of smoky oltle.
Expert of the bureau of mines are In
tereatcd In the Melloa's Institute's smoke
study because the bureau has attacked
the smoke problem for years on the
theory that smoke represents a waste
of fuel reeources and Is evidence of lm
ptrfeat combustion of ooaL The use of
proper types of furnaces and proper
methods of stoking coal will, of fioiais of
the bureau of mines say, largely do away
with the smoke problem of any indus
trial plant. The lovtnmmt'i MiMln
health officials are giving- careful study
to me report because It may throw light
on many of the health proMeros whloh
the bureau is called upon to study. ,
Practically all of the Investigators who
have been engaged In the amcke study
made by the Mellon Institute are agreed
that smoke In the atmosphere Of a city
had a tremendous Influence tat Increasing
the seventy ot lUneas and the mortality
of acute diseases of sir passages of the
human body. They say that this increase
In susceptibility to disease la in part the
result ot lowering the natural reatstaoos
to disease. Dr. W. C. White says that
(n the study of the erfeeta f
health he finds in simple terms that "the
emoKier tne atmosDheea the mnm nM.
and bronchitis and the more money paid
. t .
In the studies which the experts have
made of the smoke problem In Pitts
burgh aU sides of ths question Mlv
been considered, and the favorable evi
dence toward smoke, as well as the un
favorable, has been considered. Although
the relation of smoks to tuberculosis la
one of greatly divided opinion. Dr. White
points out, that one of the oonspiouous
things to physicians In Pittsburgh, on
whloh there la general agrerasnt, la the
vlruleacy of pneumonia infection. It
varies from yaar to year, but seems to
carry off Its death toll more quickly In
Pittsburgh than In any of the other cities
which the Institute's experts Investigated,
la speaking of this phase of the amoke
problem. Dr. White says:
lt la well to call ths public's "attention
to the fact that pneumonia has la the
main an Increasing death rate la many
dties, and In the country as a whole,
that It tekee its victims from tbe ex
treme ot life, and alao takes off many
of our moat useful middle-aged buslnaea
men. and If it were puestble by municipal
ordinance to control la some way the
producttoa of uaeleas smoke la the cities
much might be done to conserve that on
which the community has sxpended the
moot, and from which It might reason
ably expect returns In place of daatb by
rapid lUlneas." Washington Star.
LOST HER PUPS; ADOPTS PIGS
Bereaves Terrier Pwlla off a Ha 1 4
oa Litter of Savage
So far as known the following authenti
cated bit of unnatural history holds the
belt. It la vouched for by the entire staff
of tbe Big Otto Wild Animal Parm, on
the Parmdale road In Southern California.
Bingo, a black aad tan terrier belonging
to 'Yatty (last name not given), lost her
Utter of four puppies laat weak by the
aack-nd-eioae route. The puppies, though
wonderful In her eyes. wrr nothing hut
mutt in thoee of -Patty," one of the em
Ployea of the wild animal farm. Blogo la
a thoroughbred heraelf. but her chtldrea,
alas, were not. So they ware put aaey.
Binge mourned sinoerely for sis days.
Oa the seventh, aUU grieving, she made
aa exeureloa to the farm of a aetghbor.
There, in a pig sty. she came acroas a
Utter of twelve baby porkera. pink and
ucculent aad a week old each. Ther
were anuggllnc and nuasllng into the
bread bosom of their mamma la a way
that waa very familiar to poor Bingo,
whoee rery paw ached for her loat
How the abducUoa from ths savage old
sow and ever a ata-foot trace wee aeoom
pUehed Is aut known, but "Fatty" fount
Bingo In her eiraw-Uned box exultantly
nursing two tiny pink plea And In the
pea of the neighbor's sow but tea baby
porkers anucgled and auxxled Into the
broad bosom of their tuuama. Le Aa
PRESIDENT OF NEBRASKA STATE
DENT AX SOCIETY.
"MfcJ""T'-fm1siigirirriti mmtrnM liis jjiiMJusMdiMilil
DR. W. A. M'HEXRT.
State Dentists to
Assemble Here for
A convention of the Nebraska
Dental society Is to be held m
the first four days of the coming week.
May II to SX hMluatv, About 09 oale
catas are expected. BeaMes a well
rounded program of papers by local and
state dentists, a series of special lec
tures on soma of the newer experiments
and praotioas of dentistry are to be glrea
oa each day. Pour specialists from Chi
cago and MlnneapoUa are to be here to
deltrer these lectures. Dr. F. H. Skin
ner of Chicago is to bo here with the
latest word om "pyorrhea and prophy
laxis.' Dr. M. H. Caster of Chicago Is
to lecture on the "Conservation of the
Alveolar Process, with Special Reference
to Pyorrhea." iDr. W. H. MacNell of
Minneapolis Is to conduct a ollnlo on
"Conduotsre Anesthesia. Painless Cav
ity Preparation and Pulp Extirpation,"
Dr. P. Swing Stoaoh of Chicago la to
conduct a olmlo on "Crowns. Plxed and
Removable Bridges, Partial Dentures,
Splints and Dental Cosmetica.'
A oompiete program of entertainment
la planned. Including an Informal ball at
the Hotel Pontenelle on the evening of
May 17, aad a banquet at the Pontenelle
on the evening of May IS.
MAKING FARM INTERESTING
mi of OtTiaar Towaawtere
Ownership of Part of
The boy who has won a prise for rais
ing US bushels of corn on an acre will
not leave tbe farm and hunt for a Job
In town. The farm Is too Interesting,
and Ute possible returns are too large,
The buy who. did not win the prise be
cause he only got seventy-five bushels
of corn from aa acre Is not at all likely
to hunt for a Job In a store.
Cora Is being raleed by girls, too. And
they find It Interesting. They are In
cited by competitions to show what thay
caa do la ths raising of flowers, or fruit,
or poultry, all of which have eome ad
vantages for girls over corn culture. All
serve the same purpose of awakening the
Interest to the young in farm life, and
suggesting to thera poastbls rewards, and
teaching thera to put soma science or
book knowledge, and soma skin Into their
work. These things make the work
Boys leave the farm where the father
makes no effort to give them a personal
Interest In the work, and keeps the boys
working every minute for him, and sees
no reason why they should occasionally
have a day for fishing or hunting: These
fathers do not have n.uch science In their
work, and their returns are usually
small, and their sons grow up looking
on farm work aa andless drudgery, with
no peraonal Interest for them, and no
reward for them. Ordinarily farm work,
which makee no appeal to the intellec
tual faculties, which Is hard work and
nothing olse, which gives the boy no
senseof achievement, and no pro pact ot
anything beyond a aubalatence, and
which does -not satisfy the Instinctive
craving to own something. In only drudg
ery, from which the boy looks forward
to the day of escape.
Recently an agricultural lecturer urged
that a pig be given - to each child in a
farm family. Otve each child an animal,
or a hen yard, op half an acre of ground,
to care for oa Its own responsibility, and
the process ton from farm to town will
be checked. Philadelphia Record.
Bee Want Ads Produce Reeulta.
Public Men of Nation Back Up the
President in Demands on Berlin
Oovernor P. U Oola borough of Mary
landIt Is the duty of every American
cltlxea loyally to support the president
In his position and I am sure America a
patriotism will Insure this. Ths principle
of the nonuse of submarines against mer
chantmen la new, but humane, and one
that should be recognised by all natlona.
Governor Prank B. Willis of Ohio
President Wilson's note to the Oerman
government is a considerate expression
of ths firm determination of the United
Mtatea that its rights shall be respected
by belligerents.- The areeident has
sounded a note of decision and deliberate
oonvictloa whloh will be heard , around
the world. The American people, devoted
as they are to paare among nations, will
austain him In his declaloa.
Congressmen Gardner ot Massachusetts
I call the president's note reeolute and
vigorous. I do not see how he oould
have made It stronger without delib
erately offering provocation to Ger
man y. At the eame time . I clearly
recognise the fact that aa Irrevocable atep
of awful solemnity has been taken. As
aa American I take pride la that step
and In the manner la which It haa Keen
Speaker Cbamp Clark Tie American
note ta all human probability will rank
aa a great state paper. While many
of our people are prone to look upon
diplomacy as of little value, aevertheteeo
the fast remains that diplomacy has
hitherto Ironed out several quarrels and
entangelments which seemed te preeage
our entrance Into war. I have ao doubt
that President Wllsoa wilt succeed In this
caae in preerfVUig paace with honor.
Senator Charles H. Thorn i of Colorado
I have every confidence In the wisdom
and ability of the preetdent-thet tt mani
fest by the text of bis note te Germany.
Oovernor James & Ferguson of Texas
TOPICS FOR ADAY OF REST
Anti-Saloon Leagme Lunches Its
Campaign to Kafce Iftbratka
TXETERANCE TAXES SUNDAY
TJtb a view tn puTTinc Nebraska into
fhe trf orilumn of states irt The fall elev
tana is linn, the ana-nlrna aaa-w wtB
arnanth He Hftarrflri eartrpeJa-a ahmdafL. In
rmcnr ad h yieea .Slant onurches et Uia
ftsry a with was "n occupied by
VkTbw nyoBitem. era TaenderitB te
CnnaSm, -rtv- tnrn sal Ja the stoae ni
Hil etStarra. Crrue wafts JOrttraaB.
yawwun nf S he. aarik atdaocattoiK "Saatt
30rraeVa w ware At -ekertSara in
Itoe fan ev 3MI win ta the nsm ad
lavf-ave.. wft eisv vll be rwenas
It k i Mfd r sense f tke aVorrtwa
aigiwiwaiiai awrato tne tvsvx trafBe wffl
ce fbe rrw topic up far daaToesfaai ear
Samday durtos; the neat ighteea jnontha,
THa rvrrtnc snetnea at the Baaacaaa
Park Mrthodlai 4hsrca WTJ1 niqnl C a
nnannsla,. the fafinertn bene ka ase
rr.raaa rwateafla --r--y jlPT
m i iT. . nmm - IPeaariw
We TVi flates ef Pr ..Jaiaui
Wre H aVHasiiisj.
aawaai Wt Taw JWe TojjBss
t a liwsr aad Cteasr-
OrTartiury MeflVy . nTtmaT
mas JLw . ,juw
-Tfce Jtlraatr aad Nine Oamjwen
Mrs. Mr PTewaran
aarfbaoa 1t rV far eopraaa .
Ato-Hark. lfa. T Bool nawBar
Mrs. & U AlhrfeKM. Mrs. Plaxeunjav
Puaifa. Maivai . -"
Miwa ranw peteeaum. orgaaaati In
Phut Method eherrm awadajr, win con
sist of an ' antSMSB ay- imm aaraa uhh
choir. HrntV O Beavena" by SulUvan; a
soprano scto. Utrtee Rsdeaxoer" by
Ocwnod, song by VOm Haaal Silver.
Bvenmc ssrrion, bi glnataaT at 8 o'clock:
Anthem, "Bek Te the Lord" by Rob
erts: ths Lord's Prayer, chanted; a bass
solo. "My Ood:aad. Father WaDe I
Stray" by Marat on. awac by Jaanea Sd
fmwmml I K. ruval cmwotor of
the anosle: Miss Nora Meei, ergaaaw.
The dedicatory serVUs of the Forest
Lawn ehapel will be bald Sunday after
noon at t o'clock, ooduerted by Bev.
PiwJVk T. Rouse. Dean J. A. Taacaoh,
Rev. Bdwte B. Jwks and Rav. H. O.
Rowlanda. Tbe. Trinity Cathedral ehetr.
Ben Stanley. . organist .and cholrmastar,
win furtdsh, ths rnoete.
Bar. U. O. Bmvn.' district superin
tendent of tbe Methodist ahurr-h, will ad
drees the forum of M. Mary's Avenue
Ooeurregstliiaal ehurch Sunday at aooo.
' Mount Morlah. Twentyixth and Sew
ard. W. B. M. Soott. Mlnliar4nhare--Morning
srrlce at 1U subject, "The
ChrlaUaa Welfare." Kvening Servtod at
t, "The Heavenly Country." Sunday
school at t:3u. Baptist Touog PeOpM'a
union at S:W.
Immanual Mornlns; aarvtoe at 10:80.
Rev. C. W. MoUaektll, pastor of Haasoom
Park , Methodist bplaoopei ohuroh, will
apeak for the Antl-Ha)oon league. Dron
ing servioe at I. The ohotr will give a
eared concert. Bible school at noon.
Baptist Young People's union at 1. Prayer
and praise service Wednesday evening
at t, led by Deacon E.. R. Kellogg.
Oreoe. , South -Tenth and Arbor. It . B.
Taft, Pastca-Men's prayer meeting at
9: ax Hun day school at 10. Morning wor
ship at 11; subject, "MUelonary Mochln
ery," Junior program at 1:46. Haptiet
Toung Paople'e union at 7. KvenlaM
worabln at a Miss Dorcas Whltaker
from India, will epmk. k) Union nunday
aohool at S, at JClo South Pourth street.
Calvary, Hamilton and Twenty-fifth,
J. A. Maxwell. Pastor Morning worship
at 10 JO, a repreevntativs from the Anti
Saloon league will - speak. Secretary
Lines of the Toung Men's Christian as
sociation will spak at the evening nerv
ine at A Toung Peopls's meetine: at T,
Mlae Lrona Meyers,, leader. Mid-week
prayer am-rlce ot the churoh Wednesday
at i. led by Rev. Thomas Anderson.
First Baptist, Harney Street and Park
Avenue, H. O. Rowlands, Mlnlater Morn
ing worship, 10 Rev. Mr. Oravee of
Muscatine, la., will speak on "Antl-Baloon
iMgue Work." Evening worahlp at I,
Hev. Mr. Rowlanda will Dreah: aublect.
"Kadeah Bamea." Toung People's meet
ing at T. led by Ralph , Woods of Im
nianuel Daptlxt ohurrh. Btbla school at
12. noon, auperlntendent, George Water
FlraL KlnetfMinth mnrl TtaVMmri.Mnrfi:
Ing aervlca at 10:80. Superintendent Car-
ann or tne Anti-oaioon league wui speek.
Sunday school at noon.
Plymouth. Eighteenth and Emmet.
Frederick W. Leavltt. Mlnlater Morning
service at W:. Rev. Arthur At ark. will
apeak on "Tho iedy Coming of Prohi
bition." F)venlnir service at I; sermon by
tha naator. "Tti ntvlnltv nf rkri.i
Sunday school at noon. Toung People's
moeunir el I. imona Aaaociailon or I xn
greaatlonal Cnurches convenes Monday
evening at 7:3
Flrat Church of Christ. Scientist. St.
Mary's Avenue and Twenty-fourth Street
Services at 11 and S. Subject. "Mortal
and Immortals." Sunday school at :46
President Wilson's letter to the Oerman
authorities has covered the ground thor
oughly and all loyal Americans in my
opinion will cheerfully support It
Oovernor John B. Kendrick of Wyom
ingThe ftrmnesa which the president
employed in making his demande upon
Germany, Indicating that he Is first for
peace, but not at the price of the national
honor, is also a direct reflection of the
sentiment ot the American people.
Senator James of Kentucky The presi
dent speaks for all dvUlxation and vote as
the sentiment ot all neutral people In
warning Oermaay to cease violating
eetabllshed rights and Imperiling Uvea
Ws will back up tha president's note. It
Is statesmanship, patriotic.
Senator Cummins of Iowa I Uks tbe
tone of the president's note. We ahould
make aa emphatto protest against such
indescribable violation - of International
Senator Seulebury of . Delaware I am
satisfied that PresVlsnt Wilson will pro
vlds the protoctloa due American citt
sens on the high seas and accomplish
the reparation demanded without war.
Senator Overman of North Carolina I
believe the note timely and tha n
emphatically it ta supported the better
it wm do. iz anyone caa steer us safety
through this diplomatic situation I be
lieve It te President Wilson.
Oovsrnor Robert I Williams ef Okla
homaThe rights and Bvee ef American
dllae.ua must be protected aad foreign
natlona must be made' to so uaderstand,
but we moat go about this tn a patient,
yet firm, way. Ws muat have peace. If
It can be had without tbe aeerlflee of our
honor. I endorse the wise, patient and
firm coarse that ta being taken by our
president, and I ' feel sore the great
majority of the patrtotto eltlsens will en
dorse the action ef the president.
and II. WedTHWidav overling rnrcfmg at I.
North Side, Twertv-amond nri Irfth
rop, tte'TKe I I'ntera. Psotor Bit'i
r-hni at tt-nt. Mnrnln eervlna at lU:lu.
Sermon hy Re-v. Mr. I'erry of TTnlon Ooe
rej mlratni. Kvenlns an-vlre at r
mmi hy ft. T. 1 "orln of Inwa. rprae,nl
Iiwt Antt-fteHnn leurim. Intermediate fcn
daavor at i. Hminr Uidertr at at.
' Prrat, Twenty-sltfh and Hiraw. Charlep
E. CfWHTV, J'artnr Mnrnlns pervloe at II.
The puliiif vlU ie rw'iipleil bv (lorfe H.
SaTT.ird. sir' HiirHTIntniilmit of the Atrt
talii(iii Irnrue nf Vtnruta'ita ITvenlTiC
rpopM' iirrtiWf nf 1'hr.rt.en Kndeavurl
at R C Jmttnr iinaijviir ax Hiiiutj
sr bran at j
All AUtrrtai., ITwimt-arxth Ptrent and
liownr A"vim" iraii M 7 :i aud il.
Th rrrtin- ID jfr.-!h r.f ttie U o'elnfk
anrVlfv.; HtlVijPitt, fitcutaw In the Ldsht
'f tUr Asrnnaliir.. Aawnelmi 6af.. Thura
dnv. May 13. swVtnna at Iii Si.
Kt. Mtf.llrMl' Wnrthttitrton A-nnii nnd
.fotifh TnnCti rttreat. Allmrt Q. TTrllr,
TTInat in Otmrav floty rnmmunloti cl I.
otuUnr affliml! .rt W. Morning' is-aynr and
wiirmon sal', XilCM hev. Arthur lu. Wt
illama, T. Tl 'nCtuttaflng. Evening Trre.vnr
and ' nertnnn atf. lt dll. all are Wlcomc.
Snata are Jrwi.
Jprene T'ntred, flamaVm Avenun nnd
Nurth Twenty ae wenth ftreet, Ttanmns
M. TIKrama, Pairtor Her. H. Bt Heee will
eunek fur the Antk-Salnrm Tjnngtie at II.
5 he Mlnr' fhetne at k win be "A atoitlnr
Otraai." PittilJ jx lionl je Jit. rvevMnne
nuiattn ;at 5.
St. marfki Uucltifn. Tvrrmtb and Bm
Sette. X,. &nir Kwitef Shmie of fli
Wmf rna Jko OmnrilEted with OneS ,
Intenttbriol" -sr. TBI. "Tlra.va and Faithful
W'm" at I. fiumnay fchoel at A 45. I
Chnaafian Endeavor at 7: 11. I
St. Paud'a, Twenty-fifth and Baana,
Rew. BV V. Otto. PaaUn Haioee at 1U; i
t'wnaw, "Aemtveraary of Churnb Dedl.o- 1
maeming at a, in icraciian. '. m
Ornaxnma aff cJaae of catec.hiuarna, ha
tisna aast reumulon of new tambmim.
aaomy snftaMd at tLsKi
Oraco atarteh. Bcmth Towutf -etTta.
Clarecuso K. iiwlaart. Mlaancr BH-awm
subjoeta, "Down fat the lJeeV at 1L
5Vtvt'a Rrpenlatlrw" at a Iteiatey achool
at Jr-, i. r. awjaxn. swpeiauleaavr. lja
tbar league at 1-
Kauntae MaanorlaJ. Parnaaa Street and
Twtnty-oirth A ratine. He v. Odver IX
Baltalr. Ph. IX. rx 13 lmmtar- Rv. C
FTankUn. Koch. AasDrlata Pastor Morn
tng worahtp at U. Jnatalhulna of aaae
caata pauator. Bvamna worahip at I wtth
tmaal aarraon. Bundav sobeoi at :;
Oaear P. aoodmaaw sapprsntendent. ba
st. Matthew's Xtaertteb, irmateanth aad
Caatellar. Hew. O. W. Snyder, Pastor
M oraia aervlca at. II; subject. "Jeiua
Oamm to Cotne Again.'" SveaUag swrrioa
at 1; eubjort, -The Chare Throuaa
Ivld.- Sunday school at . suhjeot.
"IJartd Sparse Haul." Tha Idiee" Aid
"cBMjr wui meet liunwday artamoca at
Ute .raaliftsatje of Mia M t n.r. . ui
Worn. ThtrtT-alrth street aad Lafayette
Annua, -a. x. lxatmer, rastar Stuvtay
sohoet at HA Snrvteea at 11. Bveoinc
Borvloe at Wsdneeaay evening anoV
woak aarvtDs at 1 Immtdtatalr after tha
serylro a special meetirar ef lite congre
gation will be held to deotde on pavku:
Thirty-etxth street. All vottew members
are requested to be present, tjioir prao
Une ThurwAay evening at 1 Ttie ooa
rLrmaUoa rUae Witt moot Wedneeday eve
ning and Haturday aTtemouo. The Will
ing Workers will meet Saturday after-
The Bwertih. Klneteonth and Hurt,
Quatav. JGrtokeon. Pastor Mundar Kliool
at la Preevchlng by Rev. Leonard Btrom
bqrg, of .Oakland at 11. Kpworth leaaua
service at 1J0. Preechmg and receptioo
of. new members at a,
Ilansnom Park, Woctworth Avenue and
Twenty-ninth Street Preaching - servlona
at 11 and T:eV The evening service will
be a sacred concert by the choir. Ep
wortfa ieaarue-at- ;.- Sunday arhool at
Midweek prayer servioe Wedneeday
' Diets Memorial. Tenth and Fierce Sun
day achool at :. Dr. J. L. Frans. super
intendent. Sermon at 11 by P. W. Lnavltt.
paator of the Plymouth Congregational
thumb. Kpworth lnague at 7. U A. Klgcr.
leader. Sermon by the paator at t. Sub-
lect, "Kxperienoee of a Runaway."
i i i;rr meaung weanesnay at . Kev.
Hlfln Hart Jenks will deliver his lecture
on "Asplratlona of youtu" Friday even
ing May a.
Pearl - Memorial, Twenty-fourth and
Lartmore. Karl E. Bowon, Pastor Morn
ing worahlp st 10 :W. Sunday school at 12.
Children's meeting at S. Kpworth league
at 7. Evening service at A Rev. J. W.
Oravee of Ds Moines will speak In the
Interest . of Anti-Saloon league.. Prayer
meeting Wedneeday at I.
Ftrot.- Twentieth and Davenport, Titus
Lowe. Mlnlater Sumlnv x-hmtl ot 4.Y
T. P. Sturgeas, superintendent. Morning
worship at u. N. TounKdahl of Mln-
aeauulis speaking in Interest of Antl
aleon league, llpworth league at 7. Fine
meeting for all young people. Evening
worahip at A. "Modern Triumphs of the
Jennings, Fifty-first snd Hickory Sun
day achool at 10. Preaching by John Dtile
at 11. Sublect. "i'eraonal Influence."
Kvenlnc: HeV. TT. O. Brawn, district
superintendent, will preach at and bold
quarterly meeting. Rev. Mr. Brown will
alio hold services during ths week. Minn
Bi-ubaker, visiting deaconees, will be In
Orove, Twenty-eeoond and Seward, Rev.
Griffin O. Logan, Minister Morning at 11.
aermoa and the Lord's supper by Rev.
S. A. Stripling, district superintendent,
Topeka district. Evening at 7, Ktiworth
league. Sermon at ft, Rev. D. J. Herben.
Hubject. "The Matchleee Christ ,T Sun
day school at U 30. Bible institute at S.
Revival service during the week.
' MoCabe, Fortieth and Farnam, W. H.
Underwood, Paator Morning service st
11. Sermon by the-paator. Evening at 8.
A sermon for young people, followed by
the Installation of officers of the Epworth
league. Sunday school at l:4&, Mrs.
Oeorge Bntrlkln, superintendent ' Adult
lUhle olaaa at :t6. Dr. John, teacher.
Kpworth league at 7. Anniveraury day
program, Mra. C. B. Tyler, leader. -Preebrterlaa.
North, Twenty-fourth and Wirt, M. V.
Higbee, D. D., Pastor Rev. Mebana Ram
aay . will preach at 10. The. pastor will
preach at 7. Sunday school at noon.
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor at 7. Prayer meeting Wedneaday
evening at A
..Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth
Sunday school at . Publlo worship snd
anrmoa by Rev. A. R. Marshall, at 10:4V
Union meeting of three church Chris
tian Endeavor soatettee at S:aV Evening
worahlp and sermon by Itev. A. B. Mar.
shall. .. .
Clifton Hill. Pratt and Forty-flftn, Rev.
B. R. von der Llppe, Pastor "Tha Per
petual Standard." at 11. Anti-saloon rep
reaentetlve of Chicago speaks st 7.M.
Sunday school at W. Men's meeting for
Hible study at a Christian Endeavor
Lowe Avenue 103 North Fortieth. Rev.
A. F. Emu, Mtnlater--8bbath a-nool at
noun. Junior Endeavor aoct-ly al 1
Senior Endeavor society at 7:1a. Rv. H.
T. Davis ot Iowa will preach at W . The
paator will preach at a. "A Wueetlon of
Profit and Loaa"
First, Seventeenth and Dodge. Rev.
Hart Jeoka. Puator Morning aervlce at
W SJ, Kev. Or. J. Scott Me Bride, secre
tary of Anti-Saloon league of Illlnoia,
will preach. Evening earvtoe al A ear
mon by paator. Sunday achool at noon,
kndeavor meeting at 7.
Caatellar. Sixteenth and Castellar. Rev.
C. C. Meek, Paator Morning at It' Even-
lug at a. ateibane Kameay of rrtnoe-
M I m.111 k iukk.Hi b.w.l
at 10. Junior Clirtxtlan Endeavor at
Intermediate Chrtatlan Kndeavor St T.
Sanior Chrtatlan Kndeavor at I.
Benson, Rev. R. J. McClung, Pastor
Sunday siibool at sX Morning worship
at U. eermon aubjert. "Tbe Christian Be
fore the World." Chrtatlan Endeavor at
T. Evening worahlp at a, atruua sub
ject, "laraei-s orwat I-euer. i-rayer
meeting, W edneeday evening at a
First of South Omaha. Twenty-third
and J, Rev. Robert U Wheeler. Pas
tor Bible school tn all departments at
A Morning preaching at 11. eej-rlos
closes ax noon, subject. l ae uionoue
Hope." Bndeavor socirtiee at f Even
ing service at A subject. "Caa God Fot
Ctinroh of the OovenaoL Pratt and
Twetity-anventh, Ct.arles H. ttrmtag.
raator Morning woratup at W:M, IKjing
Exploits." B.Ua school at nooa. ,K.
dnavor meeting at 7:14 Evnnlng woriiuip
at . Kev. H. II. . nieniUi or Iowa
will inaugurate the "iry Netraaka lu
1VI canu-tii, ereakliuf for the AntW
Haloon lcigua. NVedoeeday evening at t
the mid-week service.
Westminster. Curaw Masoa Btraot and
Oewrgia Avonua Hev. Jamas Praaklrn
vung. Pa nor Morning woranlo at rvSA
theme, "A Joyous lay la Old Tasta-
ae al rTwIfory.' rfHie schiwS sf twwtv.
Kvroing Toung Peajiie'a mimt at "i,
topic. '"Why I Beiliva tn Christian Fj.
deavor." Iinln waralilp at 1 theme.
Jeo and the Mi Hrrm HUnd." Mid
week f rarer seTvir, urpffnesday at 7r.
Falr-iew, Pratt Ktreet aad Fnrtirtti
Avenun, afia H. ftemlooi factor
Blblfl arhnol at i Afternoon wnralilp at
1 Rev. Cllntrm Fennian of Rauiton Metb
odlat chiu-oh. vMl InaiivunitA the "Dry
Nehreaka In ppjnpauru, aeklng
for tbe Anti-.calnon leainie. Friday evwih
ine; at at tbe home .f Mm. C H. Boy
(len. (THS Nnrth Fort.lrth are.r'ie, will be
kalfl the O-jmsUub BndPavnr Bible atiidr.
Thtlartan. Korfh FnrOeth 4unde y
apnocl at t. lit. Veaper servlcea at 4 JO.
rondurted hy Arthur 1 Wentherly of
I.lTcolni wrtnrm thrnm. "The Pere
ctited.' Vgi br M .Vlire MackPnxlL
Oactra.' fafti-e. TwrrtT-'aiw-.n enl
IsAe. nas P. Spe-, P."nr At VKf
Arej hy 11r5e Ji. ("halmejia. preel
Vwt et." CVlvi i-M- Jewish ro)v. Xew
Terk. Stowfay trhrol at ncxrn. Pa.3 H.
I"ettet. auyr'jt ttrrr-iL. Teonac Pare'
TUAMja; rt J. 'tijdv-B In Lifa Ckrtv."
Mrs. I Jl. Prte, litadpr. ETWjfag; r
ahra aC t. tuim br the paatir.
Ftre. Tv f-itT-fl'-r' and Krr-ert, A C.
TVurte., Ptatnr PiaMJ- w-i tt W-t.
aiVlrpoa by lie v. A. TL Van Foearn, IX 2X,
ot RpruK-field, i j.. rer-rtwinLbic the
At'-Aalnon leii. TNvmror vrornhtp at
. Rv. T. M.. Ctalwrera ef Bronklyn. N.
V. wm apaak. JlTr arkrav at noon.
Tcennc Peuple' s xcoMxng at Z.
TM Aama-Kted Bible BtDdeata meet In
Urh baftdlog. .N'htetoexitri aad Pamem.
Furniture to Completely Furnish Three Rooms as Pictured below can be purchased
during this Special Home Outfit Week at just $100,009
At tbo Onion OUTFITTING CO., 16th and Jackson Sts.
Y0UK TERMS ARE OUR TERMS.
Just Your Own Torrno Will Placo This
Throo-Room Homo Outfit in Your Homo
The Furnitura is All Frora . Of Course You Cm Add, Subtract Our Credit Relation! Are
Well Known Factories
Every piece was made ac
cording to our specifications.
The factories knew that we
were planning on assembling
a three-room outfit unusually
low in price and credit terms.
They made us special prices on
theee outfits, but the quality
of the furniture was upheld.
Secures a Col-
Baby's health and your
own comfort demand that
you set one of the Union's
go-carts. The one above
quoted has an all steel
handle, all a teal body,
highly enameled and la
upholatered in fabrioold
LARGE WAGON UM
stem- v af M
DIRECT ACTION GAS
combine every good feature of all
other gas ranges and have many
special patented features not
found in others. Ab
Other makes aa low aa. .
at L rr. C. W. Tut wet! wTTl Wture cm
"The Nereeilty of Meatnah's KlnardtTra."
Flrrt 1 TocrTe. SplHtuauid. lot Bar
ney Kveubig at K meaaage ea-vee ead
Ippture by Mm. Wfrmle 'Waneje; subjert.
"Hoipe. Faith and Love." Krecmg, tent
Reorganises Chttrcb of Jewns Qirtat of
T jLtter lJav Painta. Twanty-nnrth arid
Ohio Punday achool at a. raw larcnl
prrion at 11. ReJlcIo atu 1ie at '4n.
Preaching at t. PtvaclJrkg at North
Twentieth. Soafh Cuiaba. at K.
Permle's tn Krrtlh ' PkTibnilifh.- Ttr.
Charlea W. "svidge. Paator-Momina.
"The Greatert Bletelng that Can Come
tr, the Chrietiaik ta this Ufa; evntn.
Rev. J. F Hawk w-tQ apeak at I rle3k.
Sunday schoel at xaaon. Ooapet meettrg.
Chorch of lAie Oei itoee at n an t
Ronday art-enl at 10 Teung PksW'
rVrjet.r ef (tlirintlan Kadearwr si t, Mks
Rdlth Vernon, leedn-. At f e'dort 'M
phurrh OTiartr -wfll aVir "Tha Antwy e!
Jte B"tr.t " a thicx wtn lie given ty tia
two Mm. Boasryn. .
new awl Prjaiarw. SpfritnalWt.
tiaTewm-ortii Bev. J". A. Tfeemaa, tL S
Si. Pastor Serravea at Tt. t eTit K
LMfture aad iMaamaa, Mia iitea subteP
taken frem tbe endtaaea. Kvaaahvg ah
ect, "Why Every One ffawoM AM
te cemmaaioau wwa
evening at A uwwjojss
day, t-A UdW Akl
Flint Reformed. Twenty-third and Deer
Park Bouleverd. John F. Hawk. Pastor
Rilnd ay a h wl at l et. Dr. H. Bosnian.
mipertnterHtent. Morning worahtp at II:
theme, "Chooidne; tha 'eoofuJ. Oh-ls
dar wTO. be ooserved ha cormantleai wltis
both racrnlng servteea, with a sprcla)
or Substitute Certain Pieces '
We allow , you to esarclee
your own taste by providing
several other styles at propor
tionately low prices on the fur
niture Illustrated. If you want
to subtract a piece, or two you
can do ao, and it wilt be de
ducted from the bill, or if you
want to add or substitute a
piece o( furniture - you can
FOR THIS BIG FOJR PAS
SENGER LAWN SWING.
Just as illustrated above, has heavy hardwood
frame painted red and strongly bolted. The seats
are finished in the natural. Grown ups and
young ones will enjoy one.
Goods sold out of town
on easy payments. . Writy
us for full particulars.
Freight paid 200 miles. No
freight allowed on specials
010 m For an Elegant $18.50
uILsUU PEDESTAL TABLE.
Built of selected hardwood and fin
ished in a pretty American quartered
oak; large circular top fitted with ft.
slides; heavy round pedestal.
rnn i-tm-. swtswa.
J.L.VsVrt.lO (rJMUfOUN D I
prograrn. Chrttlan Endeavor at 7. Pe
nlng worahlp at A A repreeenteilve of the)
Ahtl-Raloon league will occupy the pulpit
In tbe evening.
Huntley Has High
General Average at
' Para Huntley. Omttin crack trap)
nhooter, has again copped some ftrot
money. This time It Is at the annnal
Southern handicap whloh was held at
Memphis, Tenn. Huntley was tied with)
A. B. Richardson of Wilmington, Dei
fne Mh renaral avnraae on three days
I shooting. 9SS targets. Huntley broke Hi
aut of the posaible lb. . ...
Banrialnn Into ho FTaaJe.
RANDOIjPH. Keb,. May IS. fWpecfat
Telegram.) Randolph won the semi-finals
from Plainvlew High BPhoot In the nortlw
oast Kebraaka base ball ohampionahlp to
day. The final eame will be played with
Wakefield in Hartlngton, May C. at the
annual field meet.
Williams for Randolph was InvtncfNe
throughout. The lad has not been enored
upon this season. His teammates pounded
three onoalng Vltchers off the mound.
Ratterlee: Pnilnvlew. Hecht, Johnson.
Rlane and Ny; Randolph. WiHame andl
DeKay. Home runs: Aegertcr, Heed, De
Kay. Three-base hits. DeKay (Ti,
Aegarter, Wllllama Two-base hlta: Hurt.
Warner. Hammond. Struck out: By
lama. : or Herwt. A
' Our credit department is la
charge of a few trusted om
pioyes who know their posi
tions depend on their absolute .
secreey in connection with our
charge account. Your account
Is treated confidential and
when ill or out of employ
ment the "Union" skips the
payments. . .
Every refrigerator sold by
the Union bears a positive
guarantee of satisfaction.
Thay are built of selected
hard wooV havs patented
cold air circulation and
are galvanised iron lined.
justable to your
men ta. Get
for it as it
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