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BALLOON WILL RISE
EACH CARNIVAL DAY
Big Gaa Bag Purchased from War
Department Will Make Daily
DIRIGIBLE AIRSHIP AT GROUNDS
Balloon ascensions and parachute
drops are to bo made every afternoon
a, the Ak-Sar-Ben carnival grounds
ac 4 o'clock. The balloon to be used
was purchased by Gould Dletz and
ILandall Brown at the War depart
ment's recent sale at Fort Omaha.
A dirigible airship will be an
chored on the grounds during the
entire carnival as one of the free at
tractions, and the hot-air balloon
will make daily ascensions. V. L.
Huntley and Waldorf Hall have been
engaged to make the ascensions.
Fifty rooms are already lasted at the
. formation bureau by those who are go
ing to throw their home open to room
era during the carnival rush. The man
agement Is anxious to get aa many aa
80S rooms listed so that they may be as
sured of being able to help all visitors
to sleeping quarters and board.
The Information bureau has teen estab
lished at 44 South Fifteenth street A
girl has been employed to make up the
lists. The telephone number Is Doug
Bishop Bristol Makes Assignment
of Methodist Ministers for Nebraska
Continued from Taac Oiif.)
South Omaha. Hev. J. W. Kirkpatrick.
now pastor of that church, will take up
Hev. Mr. Morris' work aa superintendent
of the Holdrege district.
All the other district superintendents
will remain as at present.
Calvert to Benson. X
Rev. John Calvert, now the Methodist
pastor at Crete, win come to take charge
of the Benson church.
Rev. N. A. Martin, a pastor at Uni
versity Place, will become field agent for
the Nebraska Methodist hospital, with
headquarters In Omaha.
Rev. Titus Lowe, pastor of the First
Methodist church here, and whose congre
gation petitioned to keep him, ia con
tinued In that pulpit by the bishop's as
signment, and ao are the other local
Methodist paatora not mentioned above.
V. Q. BROWN, Superintendent
Arlaona, E. N. LittrelL
Arlington, J. JJ. Hammel.
Jieemer, J. H. Hard.
Benson, John Calvert
Hlair, J. W. Lewis.
Craig and Alder Grove, EL T. Under
wood. l ecatur and Blaok Bird, to be supplied.
Elk City Circuit R. F. Farley.
Fremont F. M. Slaaon.
Gretna and Spring Grove, to be supplied.
Herman, to be supplied.
Hooper and Bethel, W. W. Whitman.
Kennard. J. B. Stoner.
Lyons and Llbeity, C. W. Ray.
Mckerson, to be supplied.
North Bend, A J. Warn.
Oakland, W. N. Wallla. '.
fender and Thurston, Joseph Tuma.
Purple Cane and Maple Grove, E. A.
Rslston and West Side. R. M. Pagan.
Richfield and Union, to be supplied.
Hosalie. H. C. Burrows.
Springfield and Plat ford. H. C Capsey.
Tekamah, D. W. MacOregor.
Valley and La Share, W. C, McCalllster.
WalthUl. H. M. Plnckney.
Wianer, W. H. Bhoaf.
Diets Memorial. C. N, Dawson.
First church, Titua Low.
Grace. J. w. Morris.
Hanscom Park. IS. D. Holt
Hirst Memorial. Thomas Blthell.
Jennings, to be supplied.
Leffler Memorial, Edmund Stlverbran.
.McCabe. W. H. Underwood.
Vlsslon to the Deaf, to be supplied.
North Omaha mission, to be supplied.
( )ak Street T. C. Webster.
Pearl Memorial. E. E. Bowen.
Trinity, J. F. Poucher.
Walnut Hill, O. M, Key.
Assignment of the 4."0 Methodist preach
ers of Nebraska to the pastoral charges
thry are to have for the next year were
made by Bishop Frank M. Bristol Tues
day afternoon at the. annual slate confer
ence. The conference adjourned shortly
The bishop's assignment of pastors to
tho churches was aa follows:
M. R. GILBERT. SUPT.
Alexandria, to be supplied.
Angus. W. W. Hull.
Heatrlrs Centenary, M. F. Galther; La
Salle Street, to be suvnllrd.
Melvloere, to be suppUo.1.
Blue Springs, V. K. .;onnell.
Byron, A. C. Bates.
, Cndams and Oak, to ne supplied.
Carleton. C. C. Culmer.
v nester, v. rt Beehe.
C'latonla. to be supplied.
Crete. H. B. Hess.
Iavenport, W. F. Ha skins.
Imykln K. O. Hlbbena.
I'a Witt. K. F. Soott
filler and Rock Creek. F. A. Carmony.
iHirchester, B. N. Kunkel.
Kdgsr. W. W. Hull.
Kilts, to be supplied.
Fxeter. J. W. Walts
Fnlrbury, R. N. Orrtll.
Fulrinont W. A. Albright.
Friend. H C. 8eldel.
Geneva, W, I,. Austin.
Hardy and Ruskin. W. C. Braynian.
Hebron, M. M. Ixn.
Hnlniesvllle, A. U Pratt
Mublxll, A. L. Kellogg.
Nora. .1. It. Smith.
iell. William Hagerty.
lOilowa, F. C. McVav.
On. J. B. Priest.
Plymouth, to be supplied.
Powell, to be supplied.
Itayuolds, to be supplied.
fhickley, B. B. Maxi-y.
Sieele City and Fndicott, to bo suppllod.
Strang, to be supplied.
SwsiUon, H. F. Bird.
ToIiIhh. to le supplied.
M'est Porrhester. to be supplied.
Western, L. F.. lels.
V'ilher, to tie supplied.
Wyniore, F. O. Winslow.
Zlon, to he supplied.
B W. MARSH. SUrT.
Alvin Chapel, to le supplied.
Aurora. J. 1. M. Buckncr.
Ayr, to be supplied.
Benedict, W. C. Kelly.
Bladen, O. T. Moore.
Blue Hill, to be supplied.
Bostwick, to be supplied.
Bradshaw, Arthur Buckner.
Charleston, to be supplied.
Clay Center W. M. Brooks.
Cowles, Clinton Senneff.
Deweese. to be supplied.
Doniphan, J. F. Hapmmnn.
Kckley. to be supp'led.
Fairfield. H. G. Wilcox.
Glltner, D. C. Winshlp.
Grace Chapel, to be supplied. .
Grafton, to be supplied.
Green's Chapel, J. W. Custer.
Gresham, J. II. Fowler.
Guide Rock, W. B. Alexander.
Hampton, to be supplied.
Harvard, B. F. Eberhart.
Hastings, A. A. Brooks.
Inavale, to be supplied.
Inland, B. B. Eberhart.
Juniata, M. S. Font eh.
Kenesaw, to be supplied.
Lawrence and Mount Clare, E. 8. Burr.
Lushton, Roy Trowhrldne.
Marquette and Hordville, M. C. Smith.
McCool, R. B, K. Hill.
Nelson, J. P, Yost.
North Blue, to te supplied.
Osceola, K. M. Reed.
Pauline, Alfred Chamberluin.
Phillips, El O. Johnson.
Polk. (J. I. WrlKht
Prossor, J. L. Pickett
Red Cloud, C. L. Myers.
Roseland, Roy Trowbridge.
Spring Ranch. Alfred Chamberlain.
Stookham, to be supplied.
Stromsburg. J. W. Custer.
Superior, 11 R. DeWolf.
Sutton. O. B. Warren.
Thayer, H. V. Price.
Trumbull, It. W. Cope.
Vork, W. C. Wasser.
firanal Ulan District.
J. M. nOTHWBLU SUTT.
Albion, G. H. Mstn.
Aids, W. 8. Sanders.
Archer and Fain lew. O. A. Morey
Bartlett and B sedale, to be supplied.
Belgrade and Pinnacle Hill, J. W. Hen
Boone, William Oornall.
Cairo and Boelus. to be supplied.
Cedar Raplda, V. O. Wright.
Central City, Bryant Howe.
Chambers, Basel Truseott
Phinmin Ilrvunt Howe.
Clarka and riorce Chanel, It. W. Wag
Oearwater, W. O. Harrell.
Columbus, H. F. Huntington.
Elgin, K. W. G. Hll er.
lnerlrk. N. M. flommerrille.
Kwlng, A. O. Formsn.
Fullerton and Pleasant Valley, G. W.
Genoa and Pkedee. IT. A. Taylor.
Grand Island. First church. R II.
Thompson- Trinity, J. O. Shlck.
Greeley, W. R, Warren.
Inman, T. f. Watson.
Lindsay, J. R Msrtln.
Iiretto, A. W. Ahrendts.
Marquette circuit, to be supplied.
Monroe, to be supplied.
Neliah. N. W. R.e.
Newman Owe, .1. R- Martin.
Oakdale. A. M. Steele.
vK.'Anl n W rirllee.
Palmer and G enwood, W. O. Romlck.
Primrose and rcnncin, to do nnmn.
Richland, to be supplied.
u, ir..rH rt v. Hhacklock.
St! Paul and Warsaw, W. R. Romlnger.
Rootta and Lemerttne, w. . meemjr.
Schuyler. T. H. Truseott.
til..- rruk and Vslrvlew. O. F. Mead
Wnlhnrh and Cushlng. K. P. KiW-
Wood River, to be supplied.
J. W. KIRKPATRICK, Supt
Alma. J. A. Rousey.
Arapahoe, to be surrlted.
Atlanta, E, O. McKaniels.
Axtell, to be supplied.
Bartiey. W. T. laylor.
Beaver City. T.K. Smith.
Benkelman. Richard Gib.
Bertrand. K. H. Clifton.
Bloomlnnton. J. H McDonald.
Boxelder. to be supplied.
Camhr'dan. A. D. Burress.
Culbertson, Alex Rrvans.
Curtis C. M MeCorkle.
Panburv and Marlon, S. J. Wilton.
Flsla Circuit to be supplied.
F.lwood. J, B. Roe.
Famsm, J. W. Pnxtoax
Franklin, I- M. Thompson
Grant and Madrid, A. V Wl'son.
Hairier and Ilrd. It. E. Martin.
I Havnes Center, to be aupplied.
I Htldrtth. O, C. Albln.
Hoi brook, C. E. Ot'ett
Hold'-ege. A. O. H'nson.
I Huntley. J. O. Hurlbut
1 Imrwr al. H. H. Miles.
Indlanola. J. A. Miller,
Loomis. to be supplied.
Lowell and Newark. W. S. Morris.
Maywood. O. A. Wash.
MoCook. Neal Johnson.
Min.len M. B. Carman.
Mount Zon and Highland, to be sup
Orleans, W. S. Porter.
Oxford. J. C Street.
Pairan cWuit. R. E. Pogue.
Reputll"an Cltv. R. S. Trtie.
Rlverton Circuit Amos Fetaer.
SmithHeld. I j. R. Hatisberry.
Stockvllle Circuit, to be supplied.
Strattou, to be sunlled.
Trenton. H. F. Martens,
Vrland and Csmeb-1) C. A. Norlln.
Waureta. J. J. Ohriatner.
Wilcox, A. A. King.
WllBonvllle and Hendley. D. W. Parkee.
O. W. ISHAM. SUPT.
Amherst and Riverdale, to be supplied.
Anselmo. G. B. Mayfield.
Ansley, O. B. Johnson.
Arcadia, C. E. Campbell.
Arnold. W. W. Geltys.
Arthur Circuit, to be supplied.
Iterwyn and Mason City, A. K. Murleas,
Big Springs, L. R. McGaughey.
Brady, E. S. Grimes.
Bniken Bow, A. A. Randall.
Hurwell. E E. Sbafer.
Callaway. H. C. Barrett.
Chappell, E. J. Hayes,
ConiMtock, to be supplied.
Cosad. K. C. Wright.
Elm Creek. F. A. Shawkey
Gandy, to be aupplied.
Oibhon. Nathan English.
Gothenburg, Arthur Ataek.
Haven's Chapel, to be supplied.
Hershey. M 8. Satchel.
Kearnev: First church, K. M. Furman.
Klmhall. P. II Smith.
LexlKKton, K. T. George.
Lexington Circuit, S. T. Walker.
Litchfield, to he suppllod.
Lodae Pole, to be supplied.
I,oup City. L. V. SUciimb.
Merna. J. W. Balr.
North IrfHip. E. C. Mitchell,
North l'latte. H. A. t ram,
Oaallala. to be supplied.
Ord, Allen Chamhei la.n.
trd I ircult. to be supplied.
Overton, to be supplied.
Potter, to bo supplied.
Ravenna. C. O. Gonion.
Rnsevaie, to be supplied.
Sargent E. H. Mavnard.
P he i ton, E. K. Carter.
Sidney. A. J. May.
Sumner. L. W. Gramly. ....
Sutherland and Pax ton, A. It. Brink.
Walnut Grove, to be supplied.
Westervllle. T. B. Cave.
Williamsburg Circuit, to be supplied.
M. B. WILLIAMS, Superintendent
Beaver Crosa.HK, U. A. t-M.ire.
.vriiminriu ii tt m SUl'lilted.
Bellwood and Haniian, C. it. Newklrk.
Brainaid, to be supt neu.
Cedar Bl'ifia, Chaiies rturns.
Cereaco Clicult. n. N. Throckmorton.
Croui.se, to le supplied.
lavey, to be auppi.ed.
lavld City. J. F. itaaa.
lnnton and Wesley. J. V. Das.
Emerald, to b. supplied.
Garrison and MlUoi ti n. F. H V rwln
tloehner and Ruby, to be supilicd
Haveiock, J It Wilcox.
Hickman, 1 U Galther.
Ithaca, A. C. Ke'low.
Jamaica, to be supplied.
Lincoln: Elm Phik, L. L. Hanthotn;
Emmanuel. 8. H. Williams; Epwurth, J.
W . Crist; Grace, J. F. Bocye.
Lincoln HeiKlits. 1C. V. Prbe; Saint
Jamea, to be aupplied; Saint Paul, T. W.
Jetfrey; Trinity, K. N. Tompkins.
Malcolm, to be suppllod.
Martell, F. C. Mills.
Memphis, to be supplied.
Mllford, F E. I'louts.
Morse Bluff and Spring Crook. U. M.
Normal, Ralph Miller.
Pleasant Dale, to bn supplied.
Princeton, to be supplied.
Raymond. Ieandcr Morrison.
Rising City, W. L. Elliott
Roca. to be supplied.
Seward, B. L. Story.
Sharon an.1 Prairie Home, J. G. Munsell.
Shelby and Wesley, H. H. CatT.
Sprague, K. E. Pcngelly.
Surprise and QreenUaf, William A'an
Tamora, to be aupplied.
Ulysses and Pleasant Lawn, O. E. Mc
Clure. University Place: First Cht:rch. C. W.
McCasklll: Warren, G. H. rhlilips.
tTtlca. J. O. Stannrd.
Valparatso-Mt Zlon. to be supplied.
Waco. A. A. Kerber.
Wahoo and Weston, W. 1 Barch.
Walton, to be supplied.
TJ. E. HOPMAN, SUPT.
Allen, William Kllburn.
Hattlo Creek, to be aupplied.
Belden. W. H. Mi ls.
Bloomfleld, Lawrence Yost.
Brlstow, to bo aup'lled.
Brealau, to be supplied.
Brnimwlck, It A. Richmond,
Carroll K. J. McKenxle.
tVntral circuit, J. J. Burke.
Coleridge, B. T. Antrim.
Creighton. Joseph Stopford.
Creston, W. H. Gartlner.
Dakota City, F. J. Aucock.
Dixon, P. D. Cox.
Hartlngton, to be supplied.
Homer and Hubbard. L. R. Ksckksr.
Laurel, B. F. Hutchtna
Lynch. A. J. Hoiderman.
Madison, W. C. Harper.
Maskell, S. A. Drals.
Meadow Grove, Charles Ford.
Niobrara and Mouowl, T. C. Priestly.
N'f.rfolk, H. It. Millard. I
Nrrfolk circuit. H. II. Millard !
Osnond, U. M. King.
Paire, J. H. Hounds. .
Pl r-e, Henry Zltinecker.
Hier. J. L. Phillips.
Plalnvlew, W H. Jackson.
Plalnvlew clrrtilt. F. E. Sala.
Pcnca, A. II. Egaleslnn.
Randolph. C. t Trump,
ltcval, Frank Williams.
8Mith Sioux ",llv, B H. Marten,
r-ltencer, J. W. Williams.
Stanton, J. F. Poucher.
Tlhlen, C. P.
Venus circuit, to l supplied.
Wakefield, J. B. Wylbv
Walerbury, to be supplied.
Wausa and Msne. J. A. Martin.
'Wayne. A. S. Ruell.
Wlnnetoon, tl. A Bilsa
Winslde, J. T. Rowsn.
Wjnot, K. O. lYsrscn.
.?. W. FMBKFE. SUPT.
AdHius. Richard Pearson.
Alvo. M. A. Keith.
Ashland. II. P. Young,
uliir" ' l onnely; Auburn av.
nue, A. B. Whltmer.
Hennet. S L. 'laft.
Bookwalter and Armour, to be sup
piled. Brook, W. L. Hadsell.
Brownvllle, M. W. Plckerall.
Bun-hard and Vlolett. A. C, Spencer.
Burr, to be supplied.
Cook, E, Ruch.
Crah Orchard and Trinity, B. W,
lonr'BS, R. M. Daugherty.
Iu Bols, C. B. Infest
Kngle, to be supplied.
Flk teek. G. R Pesse.
F.linwond, Teter Van Heet
Fall City, William Boyers.
Fllley. B. W. Salmon.
Greenwood. Elmer Wilton.
Humboldt and Pleasant Vlewt O. W.
Johnson and Graf, IT. I Powers.
I,ewtston and Mayberry. S. W. Long
acre. Irfiulavllle, to be supplied.
Murdock and South Bend, to le sup
plied. Mynsrd and Elght-Mllo Grove, to be
Nebraska City, A, U Umpleby.
Nehawka, J. W, irrsley.
Nemaha and Shubcrt, i. 8. Almond.
Palmyra, to be supplied.
1-awnee City, J. H. Stilt
Pertt, G. W. Hlyton.
Ilsttsmouth, F. M. Drutlner.
Rockford, C. K. Schofleld.
Rulrt, Harvey Anderson.
Salem, to be supplied.
Stella, to be supplied.
Sterling and Plum Grove, to bs sup
piled. Syracuse, W. H. Wright.
Table Rock. A. K. Chadwlck.
Talmage, R. O. Smith.
Tecumseh, C. C. Wilson.
Unadllla. to be supplied.
Union and Lewiaton. G. A. Randall.
Veta and Bethel, to be aupplied.
Wabash, to be aupplied.
Waverly, to be supp'led.
Weeping Water. O. M. Rummel.
N. A. Martin, corresponding secretary
of the Ncnrseka Methodist hospital.
verslty of Nobraska, member of St Paul s
Lincoln vuarieriy conierence.
A. W. Partch. professor In Claflln uni
versity, Orangeburg, S. C, member of
Centenary, Beatrice, Quarterly confer
C. E. Austin, professor In Baxter semi
nary, member of First church, diversity
IMhca UiiHrterlv conference.
F. A. Hluh. Omaha, superintendent of
Nebraska Anti-Saloon league, member of
Hanscom Park, Omaha, Quarterly con
B. F. Summers, missionary In rlew
Mexico KnullHh mission.
I. L. Uiwe, vice president of Arkansas
Conference college, member of Ixiulavllle
K, S. Brlghtman, professor In Wesleyan
university, Middletown. Conn.
1. B. Schreekengaat, vice chancellor of
Nebraska Wesleyan university, member
of First church, University Place, Quar
K. A. Rayner. proteseor In Nebraska
Wesleyan university, member First
church, University Place, quarterly con
ference. William Esplln, superintendent of Crow-
ell Memorial home, member of Blair
quarterly conference. j
C. m. Shepherd, financial secretsrv of
conference Claimants Endowment fund,
memher of Grace, Uncoln, quarterly con
ference. K. J Sladek and Frank Sedv. mission
aries to the Bohemians, members of Crete
Gerrlet Jsnssrn. conference evangelist.
memtcr of Trinity. Omaha. Quarterly
Raymond Rush, conference evangelist
member of First church, Kearney, quar
C. F. Lns hor, conference evsngellg
South Shoix Cltv quarterly conference
J. B. Gettys, uontorem.e cvanxellat Lni
B. T. Flsk .mlsslonsrv In Utah.
.1. B. Brox. J. W. Moore. W. C. Fawel,
Paul Petersen. A. V. Huntr. M. F For.
ter. C. F. Stelner, W. C. Priestley, ef
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of our schools.
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. San Francisco and the Exposition are at
You are going west sometime go now, when
you can see the Great West plus the great
fair. Also go via
I UNION PACIFIC I
the route which takes you through the most
interesting and beautiful part of the country,
and which is the shortest, quickest, smoothest
Get the inspiration of these scenes: Rocky
Mountains of Colorado; Scenic Wyoming; the
beautiful canyons of the Echo, Weber, Truckee
and American Rivers; Great Salt Lake, over
which you ride on the famous Lucin Cut-Off;
and San Francisco Day, which you will skirt for
30 miles. Stopover (without extra transporta
tion charge) in Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver,
$E?r00 From Omaha and Return
3 J m to Both Expositions
The cost of a western trip is lower than for
years past It may never be so low again. You
are going sometime go now. The coupon
will Dring you full information.
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