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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1915)
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1'l.rtSAST rm., lUmlj park, prlv. hoir,
1 blk. to car; rf. req.dred. Wal. HH.
l.AK'lK front room, elcuant new fur
niture: also I or 3 enanlte; fireplaces,
team heat and largo closets In all rooms.
Jtatcs are renonahlc "Ml Karnam St.
FAKNAM, 2.V7 Modern, eaat and soulli
exposure morn. gentleman.
1 nf nrnlalird HnitseaerpinaT Hiwma,
K. 1STH, UJ7 Three modern housekeeping
rooms, hot water neat; w-ilklrs dislnnce.
Moaat-s mm t atlases.
!1 00 Sfvrn-Mnm, modern, double house.
f.0O Ktve-room, modern, furl furnished,
hone Walnut Ttt.
5K. mod.. : N. ?'th Avf. Wen
I'fRNlSHEIi (-room, modern bungalow,
fall Wch, il,T7 after oYlock.
t-ROOM cottage, ill S. loth St., Hi. Water
10.00 Fine, brand new. t-story dwelling,
I bed rooma and sleeping porch. Fit-Id
club dkdrict; entirely modern, 15
Pacific St.; paved atreet.
IJS.On Oood fi-rm., entirely modern dwell
ing at CT01 N. i2d St., paved street.
Another dandy dwelling, rooma, en
tirely modern, at $440 Franklin St.,
SCOTT AND H'LL CO.,
I'liR RKXT-A amall houae, thoroughly
furnished: Omaha's choicest locality!
until April 1, 1H1H; rent reasonable.
1 mA KCIE S-r. fully modern house; 1st fir.,
oak; 2d floor, enameled muhonany;
built-in furniture; on car line. Tel. D.
m or Wnl 51K.
&-ROOM. modern houae. 1.110 S. KKt h ; iX.
C- H. houae, mod.
lf.17 Hickory. Tyler
UK ST FOR THE MONKY IN TOWN.
Dewey; new. hardwood floora, new
decorations; rooms; mod. Tel. H. tlM.
FOR RKNT Modern, H-room cottnge;
furnace heat, electric liijtit, full Cement
basement. S. 37th St. Aply at
X1 BA LE 6-r. cottage, 2 blocks from
car line; lulce reiiaonuble. I'hono Har.
Tlf.7 S:04 Walnut St
J-r. mod. house. l,ea wiwoiAh. W. Ji.'.1!.
COTTAGE 4 rooms and bath. pun. no
heat: Rood neighborhood. L S. S4th SL
X)iSY cottoce in Benson, fi rooms. $15;
near car Una and school. Tel. Wnl. ai".-
4201 IAFA YETTl- 6 rooms: modem ex
cept heat: handv three car lines; nice
place to live; cheap rent. H. 6390.
Gordon Van Co."j:
9 N. 11th St. Tel D 3!4 or Har. 19.17.
OOOD auto sales room on Karnarn SL
Very reasonable rent. Tel. Pom 40S3,
7an ana Htoraga
Call ua for ea
rns les for mov-
ing, packuiK, snipping.
17 IS Webster SL
FIDELITY &vtk,5 WW
Phone Doiglas 288 for complete list of
vacant houses and apartment;, aiao for
storage, moving. Kth and Jackaon Sta
Stores, moves, packs, ships; S-hurse van
ind Z men, $1.25 per nr.; storage H per
mo. Batlafacilon guar. I. 4:a & Ty. K30.
TTnilflPfl Crelgh Bona A Co., Ilee Tldg.
in all parts or
24'6 Capitol Ave., 7 rooms modern, $i".
lfiOfi N. Wth, 4 rooms. $14.
2W Clark, 4 rooma, $12. M.
109 S. 28th. 4 rooms, $10.
KIN'OWAI.T Rrandrla Theater Rb'g.
H-room modern, park district,
7-room, downtown, $27.50.
WRIGHT & LABBURY. D. 151
'LOSE IN 615 8. 20th; seven rooms; mod
" em; hot mater heat; rent, $zH.60.
Ill 8. 2fith Ave; seven rooms; nearly
new; best of everything; rent, $3.50; save
car rare, i-inrney ox.
7-R. new house and barn, electric
Ighta and furnace, $12.
T-R. house, strictly modem, P0.
-R. apartment, strictly motlern, $
TO LAND A TRUMBULI
14$ Bee Bldf. Uouglan COT.
FEE the Central Furniture Store a t'Hca
I. C: Reed J
Exp. Co., moving.
packing a storage.
12iI Farnam. D. I4.
-K. house, mod, ex. heat. Tel. Web. 1594.
stores and Offices.
iIODERN store, near po"toffloe, low rent
O. P. Stebblna. HIO Chicago St.
A "For Sale" ad will turn eecond-hanJ
nmlture Into cash.
WANTED TO BUY
FF1CK furniture bought and sold.
C. Reed. 12C7 Farnam. Dour. 14tt.
ale buya every t1ng 2nd hand. Web. '904.
HIGHEST prices for old "iotlilrm I 14.
Apartments, flats, houses snd cottages
ran be rented quickly and cheauly by a
See "For Rent." - ,
FARM A RtNCH LANDS FOB SAL D
Jvt oak Colouie, none better. W. T.
ftmlth Co.. illll City NaL kin. D. $81.
TOR SALE OR LEABE Any part of 4.0U0
acres near Hcsetown, Saakatcbewan. I
raibcd l.Vi.OUO bushels of oats and 30,000
aushels of flax un land this year. Price
!hea( and terms very easy. Frank Ciaw
ord, Omaha, Neb., or Rosetown. Sak.
46-ACRE farm near Council Bluffs, with
fair buildings, for $4.ouO. See Day A
Ileas Company, 123 pearl Bt, Council
Bluffs, la., for payments.
40 ACRES, 46 miles from Minneapolis,
one mile from town; l acres under
cultivation; balance used for pasture;
an practically all be cultivated: heavy
oil; good set buildings, consisting of k
room bouse, large liarn, granary, corn
Cribs, wiud mills, etc.; the land will pro
luce W bushels of corn per acre; tele
phone in house; country thickly settled:
Complete set of machinery; 1 head of
stock, consisting of 11 cows, balance 1
and 2-year-olds; six good horses. & hogs,
chickens; onv-haif of this year crop
and everything ,n the farm goes at i
per acre, half cash. Scfc-ab nros-, 10J$
Plymouth Bide., Mlnneanolts. Minn.
FOR BALKFalrview Farm, the finest
Improved 181 acres In southern Minne
sota; located to miles south of Minne
apolis. As a real farm home It has no
eaual. For full particulars wiite to
owner, Edw. E. Gregor, jr., Route 2,
FOR SALE-SIx highly Improved south
ern Minnesota farina. A Wo unimproved
Minnesota prairie land. Small payment;
easy terms. Jas. A. Larson. Stale Capi
tol, St. Paul, Minn.
BTOP! Listen! 120-acre farm, $1.n0; other
farms. McOrath. Mountain View, Mo
$10 PER ACRE and upwarda. Upland
farms on I ne Illinois Central. Fine
climate, rich soil, alfalfa, corn and cot
ton. Apply O. P. Ptehhina. Omaha
W. J. TEMPLE TON City property.
lands every here, farms, ranches, loans
and Insurance. Aak about hiy orclard
proposition ItM Bee bldg.
FOH SALE By owner, :.M acres well Im
proved farm in central Nebraska. For
price and descrlitlon wrl'e M. T. Kear
ney, Douglas SL, Omaha
K FARM THAT W ILL H -LP oc t.r.T
PART OF THAT FIVE Hl'NLUED
11 acres. $ miles from Prunsore, half
rule from school. Every acre isoou rich
Iny soil, clav subsoil, no waste land; Ul
acres In cultivation. 1i acres al'alra, 30
scree pasture and natural bav. Houae of
6 rooma barn, r om for S hores. ample
mow room; cattle shed, hog house, cluck
i houe coin rr b, ,'iaiiary.. elc. ttjod
cellar and storm cave, well, windmill arid
tank; farm well fenced. Improvements
are all practically new. If sold at once,
price $SS p. r ai re; $4.irt bv Maich 1. your
terms on balance at IS per cent. Whn
vtiu see this. ou uill want to Join thr
army of piosperous ttoone -our.ty fat.n
urs. Aahtrook Ilrua., l'i'Unroa, Nit.
F4NM A HH I.IMI FOR M.i:
tTPKR WISCONSIN beat datrf and
general oi up tnt In the union; settler
anted; lands for sale at low price on
eay terms. Ask for booklet ?4 on W IsCon
In Central land Grant. Kxcellent land
for stork raising. If IntereatrJ In fruit
hinds aak for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Ijnd and Indiiatrtsl Depart eX
line Itsllway. Mlnneaoolla Vina
HAVn TOV A FARM FOtl .AL
Writ a Rood description of your land
ard aend It to th Sl.m City, la.. Journal,
"Iowa's Moat Powerful Want Ad Ma
dlum " Twnty-flv words avary Friday
evening, tnt in dt y rrornlng and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
f ir one tnonth, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different oaya lor I-. or 60 words.
i, or "5 word", 16.
I-rrgest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, u.0uu rentiers daily In lour artai
K ,"Al.K iu acres of land in Loaan
Co.; will trade fur city property or
cash; balance to su;t purchaser; 0 acres
of itood farm lsnd; balance paatute.
Go"rre Mcfarter, ,1lt; Miami. I'hone Wal.
11Tt or call between 7 and P. m.
RFAIi KSTATE IAAN
liint To (l.uou umde promptly. K. D.
Wead, Wewd Rid K . IM h a Farnam Sta.
CITY and farm loans, b, &H. per cent
J H. Duinont A Co. 418 state Hank
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-band
furniture Into cash.
CITl property. Largo loans a specialty.
W. IT. Thomas 22 Stste Bank Bldf.
W A'NTEl Uood laria and city loans at
PF.TKR Tm"1 TO. 1r! Fa mam.
OMAHA h. mta. Kast Nebraaaa farms.
O'KEKFK REAL ESTATE CO,
A1 Omaha Natio-ial. Phone Dottitlas fTIV
MONFY on hand for tltjr and farm loans.
H. W. Hinder. Cttv Vat'onal Hank Rld
MONKY to loan on eastern Nebraska:
farms. Immed ate action. I'nlted States ;
Trust Company, i mnhn. Nch. j
MONEY on hand for cltv and farm loana.
H. W. binder. City National bank Bld
tic', CITY LOANS " C. Cnrlberc, $10
u; 13 Brandala Theater Bldg.
1 1 KATi F.STATK FOH EXCHAXOB
WILL trade Oregon land for Nobrnaka
land or fliet-claaa auto. H 167, Hee.
FOU SALE OR TRADE
441 acres. Lincoln Co. Neb.; fenced,
wlndmll'. ama I buildings. Want ainall
property In Rood school town.
BOX 2u3. SCHUYLER. NEB. '
HAVE H'M eipiity in a line acre lot at
Benson; mortgage $.'Al. Will take clear
vacant lot or equity In cottage. Address)
F b4l, caro lice.
6-ROOM, strictly modern bungalow, north
lit-,.!!. 111.:,., c,,CUt ill .,,i'l. Will 'X-
chanKe $1,,1iX) equity on quarter section
In Klmlall or Banner counties at Its true
value. Address O '42, care Hce. ,
160 ACRES choice wes"ternland. Will ex
chaiiKe tor uotl aut; Am mane it oujeot.
S. 11., lf?2 Chicago St. Phone Web.
or Bed 3311.
;iKA l7 ESTATFACREAGK
FOU KENT OR SALE.
Two or four acres with water; will
rent or sell: for feeding; one mile and
half from stock yards. Phone Bo. 1S81.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
NEW 7-rojm, strictly modern, built by
owner for home. Miller pk. dl't. Open for
Inspection todny. 2417 Crown Point Ave.
NK.W. strl-tly modern. 6-room bungalow.
41" N. 21st. Webster f2M.
6-R. HOUSE: bath; shade; fence; $18;
ti' .r car: 140 N. 41t.
Store, with moms; 1420 N. 17th.
C. I. HUTOHINSOV. 1n Farnam.
DANDY NEW BUNGATOW
6 ROOMS, all modern, full basement,
shade, fruit, fenced; equity $l.uo0; $si0
cash, or trade fur good lot. OWNER,
4."!N N. 3'th Ave Vehater 4134.
HOUSE for Bale; 6 rooms, bath, recep
tion hall and full basement; all modern.
If taken at once can get It from owner.
J'.tOO cash, balance $22 per month. Call
3U07 Fowler Ave.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH 8IDK
6-r. house, full lot; good condition: well,
clntern; elec. Ilghta; paved sidewalks;
close to school and car; $1,100; $3u0 cash,
$12 per mo. 1620 Washington. South 2118.
BEST OFFER TAKES THIS.
Six-room, fully modern, practically
new; 8 rooma downstairs. S rooms and
bath upstairs Near Hanscom park and
within twenty minutes' walk of down
town district. Must be sold by Novem
ber 1. See Owner, Tyler 2227.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT.
1311 8. 3bth St.. $fi.500: 8-rm. modern.
$1,000 cash, bal. $. mo.;, occ. by owner.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
NBW 6-ROOM COTTAOE.
$1,000 takes my equity of $l,SoO; would
conalder auto part payment. Wal. 24M).
Beven rooms 2-story and attic at 114
B. j7Ui St., one and one-half blocks from
Farnam car line.
LIVING ROOM, 15x.
Beamed celling built-in bookcases and
window seats brick fireplace, bums
wood or coal.
Paneled walls. Downstairs finished In
white quarter-sawed oak, except kitchen
Built-in dresser outside opening to re
frigerator. FOUR BEDROOMS,
Finished In white enamel. Two have
two closets each, two have one closet
Tiled f.oor and walls full lenth closet.
Broom, coat and linen closets.
Front and back porch, also dining and
targe attic, full-sized windows heat
Full cemented basement. Good furnace.
Call on Robert Hunter, Bee Business
New 6-r. cottage, sulci I y mod., hot wster
furnace. 2?0'. Wth and Bovd it. W. 47N0.
WALKING distance. 3638 Dodge, It-room
modern houae. first-class condition,
ready to move Into; key at 2640. Don't
fall to look It through. W. W. Mitchell
owner. Phone Webster 4876.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Bee Nethaway for that farm. Florence 228.
REAL ESTATE MtSCKLLAXEOUS
1,200 baskets of grspes off 700 vines;
apples, lums peaches e' errica, curranta.
raspberries, gooseberries. Brand new,
strictly mod. 6-room house Juet being fl
iahed: cemented cave connected wuh full
basement; 2 acrea land, $4,iU). Will take
mall cotUge for part. Owner. Silas
Wright, 62d and Sprague Sts. Telephone
Three full lota, good 7-room "house,
tplendid well good cistern and barn.
Plwnlv nf frlllr mwA . .
blocl s north from krug park on paved
street. Comer of R2d aiuf Pratt streeta in
a dUtrict where property Is very valuable
. ia, uu. -wr particulars see the
owner, Mrs. Selfert. on properly, or
'phone Walnut 7W.
A CANDID FACT
GUARANTEED COAL. NO SOOT.
DIRECT FROM TUB MINE. FOR
$2 $2 60 AND $3 A TON AT THE
LET US SE'D TOU A TRIAL
I. M. COX
NORTH PLATTE. NEB.
S-1'.imiM Iiiiuk.', modern except lieul; loll
of fruit: only $l.tV. Small payment
don. balance 4i per munMi.
MYKTI.i; DLI EL.
LI N. 1-lioiie Web. PX2 after 11 a. in.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Wttdlag attnff Edholm. Jeweler,
X.ladqnlat, Tailor 00 Pa Hon Pik.
Kiti Beet t-rtat it eacon prees
Maida IVaiapa, leo tluriresa-Orenden
'aMtrt OaeaM Vaorte irregraaa"
laaatfled section today, and appear la
Tke Flee CXCLLDI VELY, Find out what
the arteiia movlr tH.-ttiea txea'.ra eff
ImpriTemeBt Clnt to Meet Omaht
View Improvement o.ub wilt hold a nieci
lng at Howard Kennedy School Friday
Dip Gets tarsa Dollar 1 A. Yonker.
2iS Capitol avenue, had his pocket picked
of $7 Friday night while enrutite from
the Sunday Tabernacle to his home.
Clara Willi rlnsd Clara, White, 17
Capitol avenue, arrrsted for keeping an
Ill-governed houae, was fined $j0 and
costs when arraigned In police court.
Clothing la Stolen Thieves broke a
front window of l Rosenbaunt'a cloth
ing, store at 1120 Douglas atreft Friday
night and stole a large quantity of wear
Buys Harvard Kotsl tease Mrs. C,
Phllhln has purchased the business and
lease of the Harvard hotel. Twenty
fourth and Farnam streeta, through J. D.
ijr Safety rirst In Life Insurance
seo W, It. Indue, general agent State
Mutual Llfo Asauranc Co. of Worces
ter, Mass., one of the oldest, years,
and best compan'es on earth.
To Mold Baslaeea Meeting Tlie board
of trustees of the Old People's home will
held Its monthly business meeting Tues
day morning at 10 o'clock at the Young
Women's Christian association.
Loss rifteen Backs William Slirlner,
a South Side farmer stopping at the
Northwestern hotel, let a stranger stay
In his room Friday night. When he awoke
$15 and the stranger were gone.
Xco Bos Flundsrad When Mrs. Adolpil
Brandea, 2m8 Spencer street went to the
Ice box she found that one fresh baked
ham. side of bacon, a bog of sausage and
a dosen packages of cheese had been
Taw Camera Shop The Kamera Shop
Is the name of a new establishment lo
cated at 607 Brandels Theater building,
where will be found a complete line of
1916 Ansco cameras, as well as Kodak
Palmer Talk Today J. P. Palmer
speaks today to the Omaha Philosophical
society on "The Municipal Court for
Omaha." The society meets at S p. m.
every Sunday In Lyric hall. Nineteenth
To Insurance Meeting- A party of tan
or fifteen of the Omana " members of
the Northwestern Underwriters' associa
tion leave for Chicago Sunday night
over the Milwaukee, going to attend the
annual convention ot the association,
which convenes Monday.
Oo to Beces at tSKlng-ton Charles
Crelghton, Omaha; E. D. Gould, Kear
ney; Bud Latta, Tckamah, and Nick
Ronan, Fremont, have gone over the
Milwaukee for Lexington, Ky., where
they will attend the rna-s that start
Monday and continue two weeks.
Fostofflo Beoelpts Receipt at th
Omaha postofflce continue to Increase,
the gain for September over the month
a year ago being 7.3 per cent. Receipts
this September were $122,4.r.9.63. and for
September. 1014. $114,084.74. The Increase
amounts to $f394.79.
OH In Utah Drilling for oil In th
vicinity of Leroy, Utah, In the Spring
valley fields, about 100 miles northeast
ot Ogden along the line of the
Union Pacific, discontinued some years
ago, has been resumed. It Is re
ported that during the mat two months
five companies have entered the field
and have struck oil In three wells that
have tieen plK down. The flow was
struck at ft depth of from 600 to 1,236
WOMEN! HERE'S ONE
Says you savs $5 In an hour tf
dry cleaning everything!
Dry cleaning at home la Jusi aa ri.a
ple as laundering. Any woman can
clean five dollars' worth In fifteen min
utes at little cost by getting from the
drug store two ounces of solvit and put
this In two gallons of gasoline, where
It quickly dissolves. Then Immerse ar
ticles to be cleaned; rub a little and In a
few moments the gasoline evaporates
and the articles look bright and fresh as
You ran dry clean silk waists, dresses,
coats, ribbons, kid gloves, satin shoes.
evening slippers, shawls, belts, yokes,
furs, boas, muffs, neckties, lawns, dim
ity and chiffon dresses, draperies, fine
laces, lace curtains, woolen garments. In
fact, everything that would be ruined by
soap and water as dry cleaning doesn't
fade, shrink or wrinkle, making pressing
Your grocer or any garage will supply
the gasoline and you can obtain two
ounces of solvit at the drug store,
which la simply a gasoline soap. Than
a wash boiler or large dishpan completes
your dry cleaning outfit.-dvertiement.
DLui.eii.4.l 01 liiu owuertiup, Jiuuiaite-
rut nt, tiiculailon, etc.. ot 'iue Oiiiauia
uui.j hva and omana Evening iiee, puu
iinned Uaily at omana, Neu., ruu.uire(l by
the act ot Auauxt M. I-1 Li
LUitor, Victor luuewuur, omana, isco.
Aim. ax inn tunor. T. W. McCullougn.
Lufcineos managers, c. C Itosewater
and N. 1'. Fell, ouwha. Neb.
Publishers. The Bee Publishing com
pany, Omaha, -Neb.
The Bee Publishing company.
Victor lteewater. Omaha. Neb : Charles
C. Hoaewaler, Omaha, Neb.; Estate of
Leah Rose-water, OmahM, Neb.; Victor
Roaewaler, trunlee, Omaha. Neb.; N. P.
Fell, Omaha, Neb.: Stella R. Fell, Omaha,
Neb.; Blanche R. Newman. Omaha, Neb.;
H. A. Haxkell. Omaha. Neb.; F. L. Haller.
Omaha, Neb.; Joix-ph Roaewater, Clevtr-
land, O. ; Ida Rubenwabser, Cleveland, O. ;
Paul Roaenwaaeer, Cleveland, O. ; Herman
B. Roaenwaaaer. Cleveland. O. : Alice K.
Cohn, Cleveland, O. ; S. Meyer Estate,
New York City; Antoinette Oerber,
Omaha, Neb.; Alice Meyer, Omaha. Neb.;
A. L. Meyer, trustee, Omaha. Neb.; Eu
gene L. ticUincr, Cleveland, o.
Known I ondho'ler, m irtgagee and
other security holders, holding 1 per cent
or more of total amount of bonds, murt-
gaues or other securities:
Average number of copies of each Issuo
nf this publ cation, sold or distrlbuto-l
through the mulls or otherwise, to paid
sul'ccrilxTH, during the six month pre-
ceoing me oaie or mis statement:
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I'nnald DnPy Bee, Including em
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turns, etc. ..! 1,838
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ployes, rh'irituble institutions, re
turns, etc 1.071
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Sv,orn to and subscribed bef ire me this
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"all ,M I' Mi'tli. Voiary Pul.M,..
i. My i oiuiui.i.-I'.-j e&pirea July 'iJ, i'-U.f
DR. S. K. SPALDING
LAID AWAY AT REST
Scoret of Friends and Associate! of
Veteran Fbyiicin Crowd Hons
to Attend Funeral,
BURIAL IS IN FOREST LAWN
Funeral services for Dr. S. K. Spald
ing, veteran Omaha physician mho died
In Washington Wednesday while attend
ing the national encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic following a
stroke of apoplexy, were held from the
home, 2fH Charles svreet, yesterday
afternoon at $;) o'clock.
Rev. M. V. Hlsbee. pastor of the Nortli
Presbyterian church, of which Dr. Spald
ing was a prominent mnmlwr, conduoted
th service. Dr. D. E. Jenkins, presi
dent of Omaha university, ot which Dr.
Spalding was a director, delivered the
Th house In which Dr. Spalding had
lived for over a quarter of a century
was crowded with friends and associates
who had known the phys clan during his
long residence In Omaha. Many large
and beautiful floral offerings covered th
Among those from out of the city who
came to attend tho funeral were George
Spalding of Osceola. Nt; Harry Spald
ing of Chicago, Alfred Williams of
Vllllsca. la.; Dr. and Mrs. Frank Will
lams of Vllllsca. Mrs. E. 3. Rnhrbaugh of
Carthage, III.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard T.
Ochltrce of Newark, N. J.; Will Dalsell
i of Pent. Neb., and Mrs. Eastecday of
i Interment was In Forest Lawn ceme
tery In the family lot In the Grand Army
plat, where Dr. Spalding's father an I
mother r lioth burled. The funeral
was an automobile funeral.
The honorary Pallbearers were:
Judge Ie Estelle, John Trench.
Joseph T Heatty, tr. D. C. Rrvgnt,
Wll'lam Balrd. Dr. George Ttiden,
R. 8. Wilcox. A. N. Eaton.
II. J. Hughes. Charles R. Sherman.
The active pullhearers were:
Harry Hereng. Rryce Crawford,
Fd McEachron. Robert Smith.
Earnest lloel. Dr. E. C. Henry,
To th rtitille.
"I feel thntl own the manufacturers of
Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy a word of gratitude,"
writes Mrs. T. N. Wltherall, Oowands,
V. T. "When I began taklmr this inedi
cln I was In great pain and feeling ter
ribly sick, due to an attack of summer
complaint. After taking a dose, of It I
had not long to wait for relief a It
benefited me almost Immediately." Ob
tainable everywhene. All dngglsts. Ad
vertisement. Sunday Preaches
Famous Sermon on
"Booze" to the Men
(Continued From Page Flvo.)
watched his lips become parched and
cracked, and his eyes roll, nd little
Jim gasped and died.
Th father took him In his arms, car
ried him over by the side of the rattler,
cot on his knees and cald: "Oh, Ood, I
would not give little Jim for all the
rattlers that ever crawled over the Rlua
And I would not give one boy for
every dirty dollar you get from the hell-
soaked liquor business or from every
brewery and dlstl lery this side of hell.
Listen! In a northwest city a preacher
sat a't his breakfast table on Sunday
morning. The doorbell rang, he an
swered It, and there stood a little hoy,
12 years of age. He was on crutchem
right leg off at th knee, shivering, and
he said, "Please, sir, will you come up
to the jail and talk and pray with papa?
He murdered mamma. Papa was good
and kind, but whisky did It, and I have
to support my three little elsters. I sell
newspapers and black boots. Will you
go up and talk and pray with papaT
And will you come horn and be with
us when they bring him backT The gov
ernor says wo can have his body after
they hang him."'
The preacher hurried to the jail and
talked and prayed with the man. He
'fiad no knowledge of what he had done,
he said: "I don't blame the law, but It
breaks my heart to think that my 'chil
dren must be left In a cold and heart
less world. Oh, aor, whisky, whisky
Fight the flalooa I'attl th trader.
The preacher was at the little hut
when up drove the undertaker's wagon
and' they carried out the pine coffin.
They led th little boy up to the coffin,
he leaned over and kissed his father
and sobbed, arid he said to his sisters:
"Coma on, sisters, kiss papa's cheeks
before they grow cold." And the little
hungry, ragged, 'whlskv orphans hur
ried to the coffin shrieking In agony.
Police, whose hearts were adamant,
burled their faces in .their hands and
rushed from the house, and the preacher
fell on his knees and lifted his clenched
fist and tear-stained face and took an
oath before Ood, and before th whisky
orphans, that he would fight the. cussed
business Until the undertaker carried
him out In his coffin.
Tou men now have a chance to show
your manhood. Then In the name of
your pure mother, in the name of your
manhood. In the name of your wife and
the pure. Innocent children that climb
up in your lap and put their arms around
your neck, In the mme of all that Is
good and noble, fight the curse. Shall
you men, who hold In your hands the
ballot, and In that ballot hold the d s
tlny of womanhood and children and
manhood, shall you. the sovereign power,
refuse to rally in the name of defense
less men end women and native land No!
I want every man to say: "Ood, you
can count on me to protect my wife, my
home, my mother and my children snd
the manhood of America."
By the mercy of God. which has given
to you the unshaken and unshakable
confidence of her love. I beseech you
make a fight for the women who wait
tonlxht until the saloons spew out their
husbands and their sons, snd send them
home maudlin, brutish, devilish, vomit
ing, stinking, blear-eyed, Moatedfaoed
(Copyright, W. A. Sunday.)
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Sunday Says Atonement h
Cause ot Religious Arguments
Rev, W. A, "uiiilay preached last night
on "The Atonement." lie said:
"For If th blood of bulls and goats
and the nshea of a heller sprinkling the
unclean, sanetlfieth to th putltylng of
the flesh" tPnul argued In hla letter to
the llrhiews) "how much mor shall the
blood of Chi 1st. who, through the Eternal
Spirit ofiered Himself without spot to
Oml, purge your conscience from dead
oiks to serve Ood?"
This Is a lr.on instead of a text. My
sermon tonight la topical, not textlcal.
The subject of It la "The Atoning Blood I
of Jrsus 1 hrlst," the thing about which'
all elso centers. 1 believe that more log-1
leal. Illogical, Miotic, religious and Irrc-1
Unions arguments have been fought over
this than all others. Now and then when
n man gets a new Idea of It, he goes and
starts a new denomination. Ho has a
perfect right to do this under tho thir
teenth amendment, but he doesn't stop
here. He makes war on all of th other
denominations that do not interpret as he
does. Our demmtlnatlona have multiplied
by this menthod until It would give on
brain fever to try to count them all, hut I
can name on the fingers of my hands all
of the denominations that believe In the
atoning power of the blood ot Jesus i
Chrlat as the only means of salvation,'
so at one sweep ot the sword of the
spirit. I have decapitated 90 per cent of
the others and swept them on the Junk
heap where they belong.
Ood never Intended to give you a pic
ture of the world In one panoramic view.
From the time of Adam and Eve down to
the time Jesus Christ hung on the cross
Ho was unfolding His views. When I
sen Moses leading the pcoplo out of
bondage where they for years had bared
their backs to the taskmasters lash.
when I see the lowing herds and the high ;
priest standing before tho altar severing
the Jugular vein of tho rams and the bul
locks until Christ cried out from the
cross, "It is fin shed," Uo was prepar
ing the picture for the consummation of
It In the atoning blood of Jesus Christ.
A slnnor has no standing with Clod.
Ood became reconciled with the world
only through Jesus Christ. If th sinner
comes through Jesus Christ, he can shake
hands with God under the cross. Ood
and the sinner must meet through Christ
or not at all.
I have sometimes tWught that Adam
and Five didn't understand as fully as
we do when the Lord said: "Eat and
you mirety shall die. They had never
seen anyone die. They might have
thought it simply meant a separation
from Ood. But no sooner had they
eaten and seen their nakedness than
they sought to cover themselves, and
It Is th same today. When man sees
himself In his sins, uncovered, he tries
to cover himself In philosophy, phil
anthropy or culture. Uit Ood looked
through the fig leaves and the foliage
and Ood walked out Into the field and
slew the beasts and took their skins
and wrapped them around Adam and
Eve, and from that day i tonight when
a man has been a sinner and has cov
ered himself it ha been by and through
faith Int he shod blood ot Jesus Christ.
Abel Offered Choice of Flocks.
Every Jew covered his sins and re
ceived pardon through the blood of the
rams and bullocks and the ' doves. The
reason Ood accepted Abel's sacrifice and
rejected Cain's was because Abel offered
the choice of hi flocks, rilled with the
blond of life, while Cain gave only crops
from tho field. And from then on through
blood Is the only way He will deal with
sinner. An old Infidel said to ma once,
"Rut I don't believe in atonement by
blood. It doesn't com up to my ideas
of what is right." I said, "To perdition
with you and your Ideas of what la tight.
Do you think Ood Is coming down here
and consult you with your great Intel
lect and wonderful brain, and find out
what you think Is right before He
Ho said, "But I ean'f believe that the
- . -... ..- .w- -
Innocent must suffer with ths guilty;
It isn't Justice." Great Ood, man! We're
not looking for Justice; It's mercy we're
crying for. , If we'd had Justice, we
would have all been In hell long ago.
As for your opinion, what does it
amount to in the sight of Ood? Your
opinion doesn't count anything with the
laws of Nebraska. They're supreme.
Men go to th penitentiary sometimes
because of their opinion.
I have read a great deal-not every
thing, mind you, for a man -would go
"buchous" if he tried to read very-thing-but
I hav read a good deal that
has been written against the atonement
from th Infidel standpoint Voltaire,
Huxley, 8poncr, Dldersau, Volney,
Bradlaugh, Paine, on down to Bub In-
gersoll and I have never found an argu
ment that would stand the teat of oomt
monsenso and common reasoning. And
if any on tells me he has tossed on th
scrapheap the plan of atonement by
blood, I say. "What have you to offer
that la better?" And until they can show
me something that Is better I'll nsll my
hopes to th cross. Tou say you don't
helirve In the Innocent suffering for th
Tullty. Then I ssy tn you, you haven't
leen Ufa as I have seen It up and down
the country. Th Innocent suffer with
the guilty, by the guilty and for the
guilty. Look at that old mother watting
with trembling heart for the son has
brought Into th world And see him
como reeling and staggering to bed, while
his mother prays apd weeps and soaks
the pillow with her tears over her god
loaa boy Who suffers most?
Walts for Man Sh tavri,
Look at that young wife, watting for
the man whose name she bears, and
whose face la woven In the fiber of her
heart. The man she loves, and waits
fur him in fright, and when he comes,
recking from th stench of the breaking
f his marriage vows- from the arms of
Infamy, who suffers most?
Who suffers most, thst woman man
icuring her nails over a washboard to
keep the little brood together, or that
drunken bum in llrldewell getting hi
"uat deserts from his acts? You have
only to be th wife of a man like that
t know whether or not the Innocent
suffer with th guilty.
So when you don't ilk the plan of re
demption becniise the Innocent suffer" with
th guilty, I say you don't know what
Ito p6Dp tor
is going on. Il l the plan of life every
where. JesiMi gave His life on the cms for any
who will Islleve, We re n it redeemed hy
silver or gold. Jesus pad fur it with M s
Mood. A good deal of hmnoliuy ami
sn-iiilled theology preaches shout, tho
clarifying Mood. I d n t lirllcve In that.
I think that the blon.1 from the wounds
would ataln your clothes or mine If It
would touch Ihem.
W hen sotue one tells you that your
Union la a bloody religion and the Bible
la a bloody book, toil them es, Chris- I
tlinily Is a bloody religion, the C.nspel
la a bloody (loapel, the Bible la a bloVly
bock, the plan of redemption la bloody.
It la. You lake th blood of Jesus Christ
out ot Christianity and that book Isn't
worth the paper It Is written on. It
would be worth no more than your body
with th blood taken out. Take the
blood of Jeans Christ out and It would be'
Jargon and Jumble of
Only One Way Open tn Slaner.
If It weren't for the atoning blood you
might as well rip th roofs off the
churches and bvrn them down. They
aren't worth an thing. Rut as tons as
the blood la on the mercy scat, the
alnner can return, and by n- other way.
There la nothing else. It stands for tho
redemption. You are not redeemed by
silver or gold, but by the blood of Jeaus
Christ. When a man aaya to read good
books, do good deeds, live a good llfo
and you'll be saved, you II "lie damned.
All the books In the world Won't keep
you out of hell without the atoning blood
of Jesua Christ. It's Jesus Christ or
nothing for every sinner on Ood's earth.
Without It, not a sinner In Omaha ever
will be saved. Jesus has paid for your
sins with his blood. The doctrine of
universal salvation la a lie. I wish every
one would be saved, but they won't. Yrt'J
will never be saved If you relect the
You can't argue against sin. It's here.
You can be as black as the blackest of
anything, and yet Jesus Christ can make
you as white as snow. Though your
sins be a scarlet, they shall be as white
Perished Without Merry.
And Ood say everyone who Is not un
der th blood is a sinner, and if you're
not undr the blood. Out pity you. And
what ar you going to do, you that du
spls tho plan of redemption? He that
despised Moses' law died Without mercy
under two or three witnesses. How much
sooner, then, ahai you die If you reject
the blood of Jnsus Christ? If the Jews
were killed under two or three witnesses
for treading under foot Moses' law, how
much sooner, then, shall we be for tread
ing under fool the blood of Jesus Christ?
There Is no other way. Ood ran t save
you If you reject the blood of Jesus
Nineteen hundred years ago thla old
world aprung a leak. Ood naked for
volunteera to stop It, and all of the
angels and seraphim stood back. Noah,
Abraham, Elijah, Isaiah, David. Jere
miah, Solomon, none would go, ami then
forth stepped Ills son and said: "Father,
I'll ru," and descended and died on the
cross, hut up from the grave He arose,
with a mighty triumph o'er His foes. Ho
arose a victor from the dark domain, and
He Uvea forever with His saints to reign.
iianeiujah, Christ srose! He burst the
lands of death and the gates of hell and
flew through the antes of heaven wi.n
the angels sang and would crown Him.
jib said it wasn't time to crown llim yet.
"Let Mo stand between Ood and tho
people." and there He aunds- today, the
mediator, with salvation, full, free per-
feet and eternal In one hand and the
sword or Inriexlhl.. Justice In the other.
The time, wl I come when He'll como
with His atiKcIs; ortie day l will with
draw Ills offor of salvation. Then Ood
pity you I
its up to you-nnd you, ami yuu. and
'7Z "nu ",(,r lbs
i ualence). W hat are you solmr to .in
Vlll flMlntlr. I... . a
.l.... .,- , , . I " " u, luiicnui pnnci
aooui lt7 As for me and my house, we ! pally from nervousness, stomach trouble
will serve the Lord. .... i. i . .
(Copyrluht, William A. Sunday.)
Heard at the Tab
Emily rtergmlat and Jennie Murray ef
Atlanta, Neb., and Nedora Bergoulat and
Hoy ltergiUlst of Holdrege, Neb., at
tended the meeting last evening.
Congressman Lobeck and M. K. Funk
houser were on the platform at tho Sat
urday evening meeting.
On of th trall-hltters laat evening wua
a man who gave to Secretary Jones the
nam of James OTirien. Mr. O'Hrlen
said he had Just come In from Chlcaao
and when asked for his address h i 1,1 ),
did not know where he would stop. He
alao aald he was from Ttpiierary. Ireland
and had been In thla country only uiiee
"Ma's" thought fulness at the "Tab" ia
ever active. When "PPly" placed his
coat over the back of a chair laat evening
he unwitt ngly covered some class colors
of one of the high schools represented.
"Ma" quickly discovered the eggregiuus
action and saved th day by taking thu
coat unto herself.
Two ushers started to carry a fainting '
wuman iroin a row near tne front to .he
rear of the "Tab," whereupon Mr. Hun
day stoped his sermon and told the
ushers to take her out tho short way.
which they did.
A man with a megaphone and a strong
pair of lunga helped to "brighten thw
coiner" wherein the University of Omahn
delegation reposed laat evening.
To the tune of "Tlpperary." bovs and
girls of the high school and Twentieth
Avenue school of Council Jlluffs sail t
"It's a liong Way to Prohibition." The
paraphraae read as follows.
It's a lung wav to prohibition
Hut It's the right way to go
It's a long way to prohibition
To the fairest land we know
Put It's good bye to old bote Joints
The saloons will have to go
It'a been a long long way to prohibition
But we're almost there.
Yea we ar nearly to prohibition
In our good state I-o-wa
Put we'll not cry when Iowa goes dry
Put we'll cheer the livelong day
So come ahuig sister Omaha
Drive your saloons away
It's been a long long way to prohibition
liut w are getting there.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottagts
can be rented quickly and cheauly by a
Bee "For Rent."
No One Yet Knows
Who Is Gainer by
Jobs Handed Out
AlilioiiKh s ven land uf fh e appointment .1
have JuM lueii Jnrnd loose from Om
federal plum tree, f Iks may have to
wall for the big fight to find out whether
thcHc fnvorcd democrats lino tip with
lirvan or Hitchcock, snd whether the
senator or ex-secretary of state has
goltcn the better of the break. None
aeema to know for certain whether the
new land office receivers and registrars
as Hitchcock men
Bran men Accord hk to Information
whh h cornea from the senator's office, he
claims all but one of them by say ins"
that he had recommended them, and
therefore they must have been innde up
on his recommendation. The exception
which he concedes Is the apolnlinent oi
llosa .1. Moore to tie reglHtrnr at the
Broken Row office, lie was avowedly a
Bryan man and an antl-Hltchcock man
Whether Mr. Bryan claims to have put
over others besides Moore Is not dis
closed, the presumption being that some
of them may have had endorsements
from both sides.
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Mrs. J. A. Savage entertained Infor
malty on Saturday afternoon for her
sister-in-law, Mrs. V. J. Oorst of Min
neapolis, at a kenslngton. I to In the
afternoon a three-course luncheon was
served. Decorations consisted of fall
flowers In lavender and white. Mr. am
Mrs. Savage have Just recently mover
Into their own new horn near Mllloi
park. Those present were Madamei
Dlshong, Krepps, Isnkson, Nelson.
Spencer, Qulaenberry, Tcbblns, Oorst and
Savage, and the Misses Oorst and Isak
Master Medicine Is Accom
plishing Good In Many
People Everywhere State That
Preparation Is Some
Prominent among people who have re
cently indorsed Tunlac. the remarkabl
hew medicine that la being Introduced In
omahn, are a number of Kentucky's best
known bualneas nmn. In that state alone,
a quarter of a million of Its residents Br
ink ng Tanlac today and expressing an
nbiiling faith In it as a medicine of tin
tiMUnl iKiwers. Many prominent peoph
from other states, too, have praised tli:
J. II. lllghtmeyer, rrcneral manager un I
chief enstneer nf th Kentucky and In
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W,"'n 1 b'"n Ukln thU Preparation,
T".? "U' wlth T,an1,a0 "v been highly
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William Martin of 8?d and Onter, Den
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"Tho human system reminds me con
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til you locate th cause.
I was all run down, sufferlnr nrlncl-
something, but whnt to take was the
question. My neighbor recommended
Tanlac, and I thought I might a Wa l
try that a anything alas, so bought a
bottle, and It seemed like this medlcln
had been, mad up particularly for m
caae. "My. stomach la now in fin condition,
and I ant not troubled with my nerves
a before. My head Is s clear as a bU. ,
and all symptoms of catarrh have dis
appeared." II. V. Colin, vice president of the
l.oitlv!l'e Ar.selger Co. (publishers of
I the largest snd, moat Influential Oer
! nuin newspaper In the south), aaya: "It
gives me great pleasure to recommend
Tajilac. I have taken same . th past
two weeks anl have found a wonderful
Improvement In my health."
Tar.lac. the ".Master MerMclne." refer
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