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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1915)
rnr. r.i:i;: umaiia. Monday. ai;i
-kOOM. modem house. 540C Jores. fa
Pr. month. J, I. Kmr. Tot;glas 957.
NFW fir. house, ll nxvl. e -et heat.
4M0 Many St.. Telephone Wi h nxT.
N KW. 7oDKItx'' lil'NW A l,6V.
7 rwmj. o'ik finish. 3 bed rooms. I J.'.
1t-.r 3. .',th St.
-K. cottsse, mod. except heat. 'JWS. Oak
ti.au. Tel. Walnut 21?.
T-ROOM modern house. :il"7 JacKsou St ,
J2.ft . Ayt.lv st Hymn T'.ced
M Inert Inn rows.
BUT a 7-room modern lhn'wi I'ark
home on a rental basis. Tel. I nr. 4.P.
-R. bouse, electric light, cistern, water
In house, ti a month. Mrs. Anderson.
30 llascall St. Tel. Harney l'ji:.
FOR TtENT-Modcin -r. house. 1111 N
22t St. StiTTH OMAHA. Til. So. SI7W.
IKY PAUK Avp.-T-r., strictly mod. H.UJS
mo 8-room house for rent; nn. watt"!'
and bath: t;op, fm Phono Webster JW
yon nKXTritigT.T-ioitp iTor. i. htm.
ONK 4 and one .r-rooni house; good con
dition. Tel. Webster MM.
S AND 7-room housca near high school,
part modern, .. Tel. lienson frw-j.
NEW 6-r.. mod . bun ga low . 127. 1. S037 .
FIDELITY skills FIU:E
tbona Douglas IKS for complete list ot
vacant bouse and apartments: also for
storage, moving lath and Jarkson ata
HIQHF,T prices for old clothing. P 4714.
eftlT the Central furniture riiorea. r HEB
a-R. HOCSK, mod., except electricity : oak
floors, elegant fireplace, good neighbor
hood, reasonable rent to right party. ?14
H. 83d. Phone Douglas 40.
).,,.. Oralch Bona "!o., rl bklg
8 to res. movas, packa ahtpa; t-horse vaa
and I man. II. K per nr.: storage II per
mo. Satisfaction guar. n. 4U A Tr. I
Gordon Van Co.
:!! N. 11th Bt. Tel. D. 394 or liar. lwi".
VVK8T Farnam district, 6-room modern
bungalow, 3 blocks from Karnam car.
Vhone H. WA. Rent, IW month.
One Small Office
Good location Fourth Floor.
Water and Electro Light, Free.
$12.00 Per Month.
The Bee Building
"The building that Is always new."
Office, Room 103.
SIM Farnam, 9 rooma, nnxlcrn, fine con
110 No. 22d, 10 rooms, mod., 2 blithe. 140.
r.i7 I'hlcago, x rooms, modern, 130.
'.4(6 t apllol Ave., 7 rnw.. modern, J6.
ill! t'allfornla, 5 rooms, $12.50.
J.'iio No. anh. 4 rooms, 114.
KINOWAL.T. BRANIK13 T1IFTA. BiMO.
Van and to.a
Co. Call ue for
Jmatca for otov
log, packti.g. ahlpping. nu weDsrar nv
Jf 1 ) J Kp. Co., moving.
I . KPPfl Packing A sioraiia
AVVV-i UtiT Farnam it. u
&-ROOM cotUge, 111 S. th it.. HS.OuO.
MODERN 7-room house, newly decorated.
Stores and Offices.
1 with ontmnce from
'Court of Bee Building.
1000 to 1500 square feet.
Inquire Room 103
R. O. Babcock, Sup't.
DFSIRABLH modern store room. 307 No.
16th St. Ixw rent. Conrad Young, 3'.'2
Jlraiideis Theater.Doug. 1371.
1ES1RABLK store room, steam heat,
suitable for meat market, grocer,
Jilumber. otc. 2622 lavenworth St. Con
rad Yojg, ?aHj;andelsTJa;Doi
fxTlt RENT Small" barber ahop, good lo
cution. Phono Council Bluffs "'1. Mrs.
MODERN store for rent. JXfl lake St.,;
car stops at door; particulant, iOui
W iirf knn aes.
Part or all of one floor In large five
story brick building. Large freight ele
ator. Address J 18, Bee.
WANTED TO BIT!
OrlnCH furniture bought and sol J. J.
C Reed. 1201 Farnam. Doug. Sl4
WANTED Reliable real estate company
to sell large tract of Texas land, sub
divided Address Box M. Wlnteraet, la.
Ta nuys everything End hand. Web. 4904.
Kllgbtlr useu nlgU grade uuuiw. O. MIT.
WANTED TO RENT
6-ROOM cottage or bungalow, all modern,
Weil loCllU-CI. Del. 1. f '2, Hi.'
WANTEI To rent farm on halves: tools
and horses furnished: stock on halves.
Clarence Adams, Centervllle, la.
FA Rlt HANI II LAM)) FOB IALH
Uve Oak Colonics; none better. W. T.
Smltb Co.. City Nut Ha. D. tUl.
HALF section of land on rural routs. I
miles of Hterling, Colo., (6,000 popu
lation), acroas the road from school.
Level unimproved land, black loam so.l.
excellent cropa joining. Price I17.W per
are. Will sell on contract. 15 per acre
rash, balance CuO an a. re each year for
6 years, per cent interest. Ksstnr than
rent, one crop of wheat will pay for the
land, and It will double In value In two
C M. MORTON.
Want to move to Omaha. Have house,
new In liMt, goud barn, two '.. t urn-da,
brick chicken Uum (will leave the
chicken in It), all thro lots facing
east, good location, two blocks from car,
not too close in to;-., some Improve
ments, will sell cheau for cash, will
mako arrangements for payment if you
have large sum to pay duarn. Address
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR 8 ALE?
Writ a good description pf yoar land
nd aond It to ths bloux City. Is., Juurin l.
'Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dhtaa." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and ovary
Saturday evening and Sunday morulug
tor one month, giving sixteen ads ea
waive different days for $.': or 30 worda
14. or 71 words, ta.
Largest circulation ct any Iswa bsws
paper, SaO.0u0 readers tially n our great
3JO-ACKE dajry tana near town. Just off
Lincoln highway; good water. Price 165
per acre. Can aell 50 acres adjoining this
land, with good buildinys. on easy terms
Jt acres, near town, ret out in fruit. Prl'e
ll.Ouo. on easy tenus. ivy A Hesa Ock. La
Peari St.. ooncil HI'iffs la.
1 ACRES well iinttroved. close to town
and school, fine location, large grove.
J In cultivation. t in restore, balance
alfalfa, grove, orchard: must sell. Ad
Mews owner. Box 3ti Emmet. Neb.
FARM R XI II I. M) ton H4.I.K
14" ACRES. miles from Minneapolla,
j one mile from town: l'-O arrf under
cultivation; Ouiance used for pasture:
c.in practically all W- cultivated, heavy
'i. Uood set buildings, consisting of -room
b"usc. larse Iwrn, granary, corn
lib, windmills, etc.; the land alll pro
liJce V bushels of corn per acre; tele
phone in house: country thickly settled;
iomplrt act of machinery; ITT head of
stock, consisting of 11 cowa. balance 1
and 2-year-olds; six po.nl horse. Jfi lioita.
ichicen, out -hair of thla year's crop and
everything on the farm soes at IM an
aero, half cath. Schwab ltrs.. I Fly
mouth U d., Minnt apolis. MUin
;li: ACltLU high lund. ocrlooklng beau
I f ir ul lake: IS acres cleared: log bulld
I ina;f; 't-inlle to school; on mnln road;
ll.jut. Saw limber: 70 miles to Puluth;
, IN per acre, term, tico. Keedel, Miv
llregor, Aitkin Co., Minn.
KIXH Sao-acre fanns. Improved. In the
heart of Wyoming's grain belt. 116 to l
I per acre: abundant crops and ideal cll
i mate; come and Investigate. "orter
i Moon, tlmgwater. Wvo.
len-ACRE farm, U per acre; 130 rash and
130 per month: no Interest; rich soil;
fine land: pur water, good title. Write
W. T. Toung. Jr.. KSn,ball. Neb.
RRAL ESTATR LOANH
FARM LOANS, ( PER CKNT.
TOLAND TBUMBVLI 44 Bee Bldg.
I)?0 TO HO.ono made promptly. T. IX
Wend. Wend PI "g ISih and Farnam Pta,
CITT and farm loans, t, 5W. per ceat
J. H. Dumont Co.. 411 State Bank.
CITT property. Large loana a specialty.
W. If Thomss. mate Bank B'.dg.
WANTED Oood farm and. city loana at
PETERS TRUST CO.. lt Farnam.
OMAHA homes. Fast Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha National. Phone' Ivtuglaa ml
MONET on hand for city and farm loana,
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
ftEK us flist for farm loans In e asters
Neb, fnlted States Trust Co.. Omaha.
tier CITY I.OAN". C. O. Carl berg,
riO-1? Brandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED City and farm loana; lowest
rates. W. O. Templetoo. 0J Be T. 300,
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
WANT to exchange a western Nebraaka
Improved farm of 320 acres for an east
ern N'ebrsska or Iowa farm of equal value,
or good income property in Omaha, or
elsewhere. Address y 674. Bee.
QUARTRR fine table land to trade for
six. fifteen r sixteen model automobile:
no Junk wanted. Addreas Box 8, OgaJalla,
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
10 ACRH4 near Council Bluffa, on good
road, 6-room house, fine well, 1 acres
In strawberries, small orchard, nice lay
ing land, fair barn. Price IS.Ortt), on easy
terms. Pav A lleoa Co., 123 Pearl ft..
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
301 Bl'RT STREET.
B BLOCKS FROM FORD FACTORY.
S-room, modern lot 3txl32; all paving
and special taxes paid. There is a mtg.
of 1.2ft0 in B. & L., in payments of 111 20
per month. Thi property is right down
town and a good buy at $2,100.
J. N. 8NITZER. 422 Paxton Blk. D. SIM.
OWNER LEAVING CITY.
Seven rooms modern, hot water heat. I
bedrooms, plenty closets, gan.en, fruit,
half block to car. Onlv 12.860. Verv easy
terms to good party. 4515 N. 7th. W. 61.
FOR 8 A LB Two vacant lots, good neigh
borhood, close In, part cash balance
ensy payments. Owner, Address B 977,
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Big Bargain '
7-R. House, 4 Lots
.St., 6V blocks from car line at Elst and
Center Sts. and near Beala' school: house
is heated by furnace; large barn, brick
cave, cement!; good well and cisU.rn;
four large lots, fruit trees, shade trees,
etc. This Is u good ."lied piece of prop
erty for a little money and can be han-
died on reasonable terms. Take laven
1 worth street csr line, transfer at 4Kth
St. Tenant will show you through.
Fred W. Shotwell
334 Omaha Nst. Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 1229.
i-room houee, nrl modem: large fruit
trees, chicken fence. I1.M0. 3010 H. th Bt.
KuUlTY In nice 5-room bungalow at
:C14 So. 22(1 Ave. Will oonfiider late mod. l
5-pas. auto as pert of equity, liar. &3J0.
1 HAVE a beautiful home In one of the
choicest resident sections. I-room
houxe, garage, eoment driveway: llfr-ft.
front, beautiful hedges, trees and shrub
bery. Want to trade for good, well lo
cated, 6 or 6-room bungalow Vr smaJI
house, clear ol Ineumbrance. Will ar
range to carry dii'ference. L. W7. Bee.
BEALTIFI L S-ROOM HOME
For sale; completely modern, garage, best
location, near Hanscom Park, 1622 Georgia
Ave. OWNER. Phone Harney 416.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
LEAVING city. Bungalow for saJe cheap.
Terms. 3529 No. 4th Bt.
REAL ESTATF SUBURBAN
K0 EQUITY. W.
Tn modern 6-room cottage, 12,030. Phong
Benson 640-J. 2311 N. tlat Ave.
6-ROOM cottage In Florence. 3 blocks
from car; big lot of fruit; chicken house.
11.730. About 1600 cash can handle. Ihoti
REAL ESTATE VACANT
ONE of the best located lots in Morning
aide addition for sate, cheap. Wal. 1143.
REAL ESTATF INVESTMENTS
FOR BALK or rent, trackage building.
Utli and Seward. Apply HM
REAL ESTATE MIHCKLLAXEOUts
1H 8ALlv-Real FIstaie Auction: For
sale at public auction to lilghet bidder
at court house lit Beatrice, on Tuesday,
September 7, 1913, bank block, located at
4th snd Court Sts., Bestrlce. This Is one
of the best built buslnese buildings In
the city, centrally located, four stories
and basement, steam heat, electric ele
vatoi, fine banking room, burglar-pioof
vaults. For terms and further informa
tion write 11 L. Havelone, referee, Bea
REAL ESTATE WANTED
HAVE customera for 6 or 7-room houses,
close In U. P. tteblilns.
WANTP;iJ to buy I lots. mutecor7
nected, on paved sttct-t. Sia ! )o-..!rjn
SUNDAY BUSY DAY
WITH MEN OF FIFTH
Thousands Visit the Camp of the'
Nebraika National Guard at j
GOVERNOR FOREHEAD PRESENT
CRETE, Neb.. Aug. 22.-nMeclal Tele- I
gram.l The camp of the Fifth regiment,
Nebraska National Ouard, were visited
by thousands of people todsy, and a spec
tacular program waa carried out during
tha afternoon. The day started with
beautiful weather In the morning, but
turned to threatening showers In the
early afternoon, but not sufficiently
strong to keep the big crowd from going
to the camp. The religious services were
well attended In the morning and were I
conducted by Rt. Rev. George A. I
Beecher. IJeutenant Wrtghton of the i
military academy at Madison. Wis., who
is here riving Instructions to the soldiers
In military work, addressed them at the
The aeroplanes appeared to be the great
attraction that drew the crowd from
many miles around Crete. Captain Mc
Millen mad two successful flights this
afternoon, soaring high and then passing
over the camp, so close that his name
on the machine was dlscemnble. His
aaoenaions were faultleee. Oovernor
ilorohead accompanied by his staff and
family autoed out from Lincoln today I
and wan busy looking over the work
In general, as being directed by the of
ficera of the Fifth regiment. He as
serted that the Fifth Is up to the stand
ard and ta doing a great amount of hard
drill work. The governor and party ate
dinner In camp with tha soldiers.
The program of the afternoon so far as
the soldiers were concerned, was spec
tacular drilling, skirmishing ar.d scout
ing. Colonel P. J. Paul hag demon
strated that the enlisted men are not
spending any time in foolishness. While
he attempted to give a milltaf? program
today that would be beneficial to the boya
In the ranks, it also served to ploase the
publlo as an entertaining one. His work
under General P. L. Hall, jr., did not
fall short of expectations. Tomorrow
the program wil start at 6: o'clock and
routine work, field drilling and lectures
by the regular army officer will occupy
Lid Thrown Down
And Many Arrested
Down with a resounding; "bang" came
tha lid on Omaha's nocturnal merriment
last night. Police "moral squads" got Into
action early in the evening, and before
midnight headquarters station was
crowded with women taken from disor
derly resorts, and the property room was
piled high with confiscated refreshments.
As fast aa the women came In, they
were released on bonds for police court
appearanoa Monday morning, providing
they could find bondsmen, and the few
who were unfortunate In this respect,
were kept locked up.
The police allowed all male frequenters
of the places to go free, and took only
DR. HALL DECLARES NEVER
WILL ASK FOR AN OFFICE
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., ug. 23. (Special Tel
egram.) About 190 democrats, many of
them from out tn the state, gathered at a
get-together banquet at the Llndell hotel
thla evening. L. R. Willis of tho atate
auditor's office presided and Introduced
Governor More-head aa toaatmaater.
Or. P. L. Hall, who is being pushed as
a democratic candidate for governor,
merely aald he never had and never
would aak for an office In Nebraska.
INFANT KILLED, TWO BADLY
HURT AS TRAIN HITS CAP
PtTEBLO. ftolo., Aug. 21-Mark Whale y.
Infant sxn of Mra L. E. Whaley of
Bowie, Tex., was killed. Mi. Whaley
and another eon, Elmo, 11. were badly
hurt, and Ruth Whaley, 14, and May and
Mark Anthony of Memphis, Tent., were
lightly Injured today when their auto
mobile wm struck by a Denver A Rio
Grande pa as ringer train near Fountain,
Never take pepsin and preparations
containing pepsin or other digestive fer
ment for Indigestion, aa tho more you
take tho mora you will have to take.
What la needed Is a tonic like Chamber
lain's Tablets that will enable the stom
ach to perform Ita functions naturally.
Obtainable everywhere. All druggists.
Dixon Athletes to
Give an Exhibition
The Dixon Athletic school, which was
organised a short while ago by Tommy
IXxon. will hold its first athletic enter
tainment Wedneadsy evening at the
Armory, Twentieth and Harney street a
Students in the. school will give several
Tommy Dixon, the head instructor, will
with alorrle Klynn of Kansas City, give
an exhibition of boxing, ghnlby Foe, the
champion of the school at 130 pounds, will
meet Carl Martin of Council muffs sut
Jack Tolllver and Fred Mlnden will scrap
for the school wrestling championship.
eaerllaa Throws I krlitn.ea,
WAI-'fA, Neb., Ai'g. L.!. - riuerlsl. i - In
one of the cloest slid lest wrestling
matches ever staged In KlooiiK'leld, Arvld
Hoderlind. the local wretliiiK champion,
defeated Andy Clirls enen of Hioomlleld
in stmipht falls last night, ll firM. fail
came after 44 minutes of fast woik, lac
trick being turned with a body scissors
and half-nelson. The second fail came In I
with tba same combination of !
Idge Trims Vork.
)OHk. VeV. ug. -fr. al Tel '
gram.) Joe Bt. -her -uid bis IK I js team,
defeated York lickupa this r rnou'i, 5
to 0. bteclmr s exhibit! in wt editing with
bis brother Anton, was wlrneaaed I ' a
crowd. Joe put tha acissors grin on his
brother to snow the ujleti-.c how It wss
Helps Weak Ktda aad Lautbaao.
Oat a oc bottle of bloan's liniment,
apply on bac.W and take six drops four
tunes g day. AU druggists. Advertise-meatv
LUTHERAN FAITH OUTLINED
Retiring- Preiident of Nebraska Dis
trict Delivers Address at Fes
tival at. T)p.hlpr
CREED IS BROAD AS THE BIBLE
lKSIU.r.lt, Nob.. Auk. -v:.-tSt.vll.l
Rev. v. II. Becker, president of the Luth
cran Male convention or the Missouri
synod ha declined rcnomlnatlon for re
election. Mr. Heikrr has been president
of the district and head of the Homo
Mission hoard for fifteen years. HI
rapidly growing church at Seward Joined
In his request for release, which the
synod had to concede was well merited.
In this connection the president gave
out tho following summary of the his
tory, alms and trend of tha church. Tills
statement la a synopsis of address made
at the mission festival 8umlay In leshler
at the Thayer county fair grounds today:
"The Lutheran church Is the mother
church of Protestantism. Originally the
terms 'Lutheran and 'Protestant' were
synonymous. Those men who at the Plet
of Hplres made the famous protest against j
religious Inequality and civil disabilities
on account of religion were co-workers
and followers of laither. And It was
after that protest that they were called
Lutherans by their opponents.
"Protestantism as an organized ecclesi
astical movement dates Its origin from
publication of the Augsburg confession,
June 25, 15.W. And this Augsburg con
fession laid the doctrinal foundation of
all the later Protestant churches.
"Pr. Philip EVhaff, a greet scholar and
historian, though not a Lutheran, wrote;
'Martin Luther made the Lutheran church
the mother church of the reformation, the
mother of Protestantism, the leader of
nations, the pioneer of foreign missions,
and the most conservative and the most
substantial denomination in the world."
Ilronri aa the Bible.
"The Lutheran church Is sometimes hy
its critics called nsrrow. Hut the Luth
erans claim it Is only as narrcw as the
Bible and on tho other hand Just as broad
as tho Hlble, as liberal as the spirit of
the living God. They put down as their
first principle neither to 'add unto,' nor
take away from' tRev. 12:U, 19) the
teachings of the Bible, They make no
apology for conservatism, and claim that
the truth once revealed by God In His
book cannot be subject to the varying
opinions of various ages, but Is always
the same, eternal. The loyalty of the
sveiagc Let hern n to his church Is very
marked, as he is persuaded that no
church tn faith, worship and order Is in
such accord with the church framed by
BETWEEN and Me
Members of the Fourth Regiment engaged in one at Fremont the other day, and
the interesting pictures which our cameraman obtained may be seen by you at
your favorite theatre in No. 3 of the
You can also see workmen preparing Billy Sunday's Tabernacle for his coming
campaign, and you can see the following events of national importance:
These are only
number of the
I j Nebraska
Christ and Ills apostles aa the Lutheran
church. The catechism complied by
Luther la 1M la to this day used with
out change aa the basis for religious In
struction. The stranger amontr the Luth
erans may find customs and ceremonies
which lie never heard of before. Put
,ticn be gets to know t lint the Lothcrnn
have a fine senso of proportion, dis
tinguishing carofullv between human cus
toms and commands of tiod lie brains to
respect them for not llght'y throwing
away what has bevn found useful In the
experience of many centuries while at
the same' time grsnlln full liberty In
these matters to other Lutherans
First Missionaries to ladlana.
"Tho first Protestsnt miaalonarlea sent
Into foreign fields In India In the east,
snd Ireland and Greenland in the west,
were Lutherans. Hefore even John KHot,
sometimes called the 'Apostle to the In
dians." set foot on American soil and
beforo the coming of William Ponn, the
Lutheran Swedes in Pelaware were
preaching the gospel to the Indians. And
the first book printed for the Kol Men
was the Luthersn Catechism, translated
by a Lutheran pastor Into their language,
long before the 101 lot Indian Klhle.
"Tho many charitable Institutions of
the Lutheran church over all the country,
orphanages, home finding societies, oht
folks' homes, hospitals and asylums for
the denf-niutea and feeble-minded, give,
evidence of the provalnnit' of the same
spirit whl.'h Impelled the Lutheran pas
tor, August Herman Pranrke, to found
i WE WILL DEUVER IT LATER WHEN
r . iX
Aeroplane Breaks World's Altitude Record.
Oryan Drives Tractor at Fremont Tractor cel.
(nights of Columbus Hold Convention.
Harry .Thaw Spends Day Here on I'Jay to Goast.
a few of the many interesting subjects which you can see in this
RELEASED MONDAY, AUGUST 23.
the first and greatest orphan asylum In
llnlle, Germany for .! children.
"Tha . Lutheran church la an educa
tional church. The church maintains a
complete and hartnonioua system of
Christian eduritlon, from parish school
to college and seminary. In the one
synod alono colloquially railed Missouri
synod, there are over I.OKo parish schools
In session five d.ivs of the week. A dis
tinctive feature la that prepondoratlngly
I he ti'ncheis nro men They are trained
in the fine normal schools st Chicago,
and Seward. Neb. For the training of
Its pHstors and for advanced education
ol Its young people this synod has rol
louts m ii, I seminar en from New York
to San I'rnnclsco and Iroin ,t. Psnl to
New Orleans. Us iVncotillit seminary of
St. Louis, Mo., n the distinction of
leing one of the laigest If not the larg
est divinity school of the entire country
and of nil denominations.
. "Conservative Lutherans are not
friendly to fads and fancies, speculations
and shifting opinions. They preach eln
and grace, repentance and salvation
through Jesus Christ, the old unadulter
rVrarh the Old tinapel.
"When ihallcnged as to their Lutheran
adherence they are likely to answer In
the words of the hero of the Reformation
period, the Margrave of Hrnridrnborg.
'I was not baptised In the name of
Luther; he Is not my Saviour; I do not
rest my faith In him; and therefore, 1 lit
this sense I am no Lutheran. Hut If
1 be asked whether with my heart and
lips I profess tho doe ti hies which God
restored to light by the Instrumentality
of His blessed servant, Luther. I neither
IP) in a ujajl
r. ,"-siHW ,,-"",- " - v"-5!"-
, hesitate tior am ashamed r call mysrlf
s Lutheran. In this snse I am. and, as
long as I live, will remain a Lutheran.' ''
Caddies at Field
Club to Hold Big
Field Day Event
l addies of tha Field club will enjoy
a field day Wedneadnv. A caddies' field
day was held at the Country cluh lat
week and proved a great success.
The lads who shoulder the heavy golf
bass will piny a round of golf them,
selves, and then take part In tho various
kinds of athletic competitions and ince
Following the big doings a feed will be
spread and the caddies will Iw guests
of the Field club at dinner.
George Mogridge Is
A Cop in the Winter
George MocrhUe, star lnirlet of Hie
.Western loop has been discovered. A
curious lies Moines newspsper man Je
elded that he would like to know Ju.i
what each player on the Ilooster squad
did during the winter months, and lie
learned that Mogridge carries a club and
patrols thrt streets of ftoi besler. N. V
In other words. Oeorse Is a harness bull,
- - - 1
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