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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1915)
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MODERN 7-room house, 1519 Pifk Ave..
Ftr ne Harney lfrT..
627 PARK AVE -room mod home. .;
garage extra, furry Cleaning To. H TT;
ffificiM TOttageTTlTs. 2th Bt., 115. Water
HAROR S-room house, best condition.
modern except beat. $M mo. S 8.
pat t Harney !T'. .
CIOf". In. rieslnble five-room -ot.aiie.
modern except furnace. 628 S. 19th Ave.
Tel. Douglas 41!3.
1SH PARK AVE Brick, modern.
R. cottage; mod.: 10.11 8. Slat. H.
T-r. mod. honsa. WU4 Tarenworth. W. tV,
tf.l JONES FT. S-room niol., l?o. l?5-
11 N. 27th Ave.. It-r. mod. Key lis N. zTth.
-R. modem house, strictly modern, one
bill, west Crelghton col. Tel. H. Kity
M'NDEB 7-room house near car. Tel.
P. 423 or Walnut m.
MODFRN T-room house; barn; rood lo
cation: l. 4348 Franklin Walnut 3043
6-R. MODERN houee. 120 80. Web. Zl.
6-ROOM modern cottage for rent. Phone
Stores, moves, packs, ships; t-fcorse vaa
and t men. 11.36 per nr.; storage K per
mo. Batlalaotton guar. D. SW Ty. 83ft
FOR colored people. 6 and -room cot-
lages, partly mouern. irv-wi .
fit. Call Doug".
BENSON 1113 McKlnley bt.. 6 rooms,
electric light, gas. city water, cistern,
garden, barn. 315. Tel. Walnut gill.
I102T22 Clark, t rooma.
14 Ift No. 20th, 4 rooms, inside toilet.
$15 2tn Seward, 5 rooma. barn.
$1 St. Mary's Ave.. 6 rooma. bath.
$30 tx2 Bo. th. lame rooma, mod.
RINGWAL.T, Brandela Theater Bid.
DVmi, TVkiirlMA MR foe enmnlittl Hat of
vacant houses and apartments;, also for
storage, moving. I'm ana jacason r
Gordon Van Co
sToresl' REAL KSTATK MISCELLANEOUS
C N. 11th Bt. Tel. D 894 or Har. 1M7. "j
GOOD auto sales room on Faraam 8t K- KnOTTl Hi ID PTl IOW
Very reasonable rent. Tel. Doug 40W J XWJJIH XJ UlljtCllVJ VV
a yr 3 J tran and Btorage The owner of a practically new bunga-
IVl 71 CtCfZYl Cl S Co. Call us for e- low will sell It very cheap and on easy
''"ftO tlmstes for mo- terms. All on one floor. Oak finish, built
tng. packing, shipping. 1713 Webster 8t In buffet and bookcases. Large floored
Douglas 149. attic; cement cellar; warranted furnaoe;
- - - ; ISO lighting fixtures; large corner lot;
BEE the Central Furniture Store's FREB rr-d
RENTAL MHT. a CALL COLFAX 1466.
SEVEN and five-room houses; modern;
walking distance. Douglas 469.
Houses ffiffi f S?,' cf. Bld' REAL K8TATK SrBURBAy
- T 1 Exp, Co7 moving. Miscellaneous.
.C.Keea yx-i 21s ACRE suburban
WANTED TO BCT Two blocks from car. nice oottagw, city
OFF1CK furniture bought and sold, i watfr' 4!?ultryVbuLld'nMi1 bl"dnce of
C. Reed, 1W Farnam. Doug. 614. J11- $4C1haPTerm ' ind n th
Btrlctly high grade piano Web. 3728. W. T. ' GRAHAM. BEE BLDQ.
Tale bus everything 3d hand Web. 4904.
WILL buy b. Ford. 514 First Nat l BankT
HIGHEST prlcea for old clothing, p. 4714, REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
vi- -vrv 116 8. 43D ST. 8-r.; all modern, for mod.
WANTED TO RENT 4-room cottage. Tel. Harney 3704.
2 OR 8 rooms with heat, near car line 6-room cottage. Council Bluffs, 80 acres
and In private family of three. Tel. Irrigated Colorado land; for lots or oot
u'oudas 6984. tages In Omaha. Colfax 8.
REAL EXT ATE LOANS
$100 TO $l,0Ui made promptly. 57 REAL K8TATB
Wd B,d' "th Far"am FARM UANC.rLA.ND. FOR .ALK
4.ITY and farm loans. 6, 6H. per oent ----
J. H. Sumont A Co.. 414 State Bank. . -, . ClrorUY M
, ttt-t LIt Oak Colonlee, none better. W. T.
A 'For Sale' ad wUl turn seoond-hand Smith Co.. H13-14 City Nat. Bit. D Wis
furniture Into cash,
VVloAvKrarU arm Md 0lty lo"' FOR SALE OR SAny part of 4,000
PETER. TRTTTT CO.. Far.m. , PJ.TnS
CITV property. Large loans a specialty, bushels of flax on land this year. Price
W. H. Thomas 22K Btate Bank Bldg. cheap and terms very easy. Frank Craw-
OMAHA homes. BmI Nhr... f. ford. Omaha. Neb., or Ro town. Bask.
O'KEKFB REAL ESTATE CO. Iowa.
1014 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 3716. soMK tlM tenn on main traveled
MONET on hand for city and farm loans. road, near school, on R, F. D., 6 miles
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg. north of Council Bluffs. Haa good soil
6ft pttt tn,Hi o n r..iK. JT end water and Is some of the best land
U Branded Ibeata?- Bdi, for lt K",wing or for small farms,
u uranaela re eater Bid. Iric $76 per acre on easy terms. Let us
show this to you.
REAL ESTATB NORTH 8IDH ,DAT HESS COMPANT.
ttS Pearl St.. Council Bluffs, la.
Prettiest Mile I FOR BALE (no trade) 600 acres of Sherl-
T7,t r)1 1 dan Co. land, a portion broken out;
P IfiPnPP iSIVn Rood for farming and stock raising; half
AvyA V-AXVV JL U. cash and balance on good payments.
A High Class er
Y-l . . FOR SALE At a sacrifice, 700acre ranch
lJ1'rrrC:iT'i rry Boyd oounty, Neb.; nearly all fenced;
X 1 VJJUolLlUll two seta of buildings; 200 acres under cul-
That must be snapped up at once. Owner "vation; 80 acres of alfalfa; plenty of
lives In house andUI note W wt"r' ftSL'"1 JrhBn"L" "E1
cold weather sets In. Ail modern 3-roora wT.i r, Ad4rM ,ohn 8tnronsky.
house, oak floors and finish, hot water f
heat, fireplace, beam ceilings, built-in Wlmasu.
features, sun room etc. The lot Is finest CPPER WISCONSIN Beet dairy and
on entire Prettiest Mile. It Is 100 feet general crop state In the union; settlers
wide by 840 feet deep; fine shade, hedge wanted; lands for sals at low prices on
on both aides, all kinds of fruit, berries, easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin. Artesian well, that flows all year sin Central Land Grant. Exoellsntfianda
round. If taken quick this fail, you can for stock raising. If interested In fruit
buy this place for 36,750, on reasonable lands ask for booklet on apple orchard
terms. Next door neighbor wants to buy Address Land and ladustrial Depart,. Sue
10 feet of this at 360 per foot, and you Line Railway. Minneapolis Minn
can make 3600 back right away if ds- m too I la a ease.
Hy.M0", iVZ' Worth. Ier RAVX TOO" A FARM FOR SALE
$6,000, .and house is thrown In at far Wrtu a ,004 description of your land
Le.?f.an rfi1, rJ.h!SS. lY.aCHon "" ' to tb Sioux Citr. U.. Journal,
on this. Call Douglas 8392 Monday for -Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me-
appointment or any further Information, gium." Twenty-five words every Friday
OWNEJR LEAVING CITT. evenmg. Saturday morning and every
Seven rooms and garage.- 1st floor fin- taturday evening and Sunday morning
shed In oak; hot air furnace; laundry, for one month, giving sixteen ads on
Worth 36,000 ; 34,960 buys it this week, twelve different daya for 13; or M words.
Terms If desired. Tel. Owner. Web. 704. 14. or 76 words, $.
1 Largest circulation of any Iowa news
GOOD cottage, nice lot. by owner, easy paper, 3W.0U0 readers dally In four great
terms. Tel. Colfax 2448. Sunday or p. m. (tales
Near Bemis Park
Thia Is the last week that we are
authorised to aell this Beautiful bungalow
at the ridiculous price and terms given
below. Think of It: All modern, oak
finish, brand new never occupied, 6
rooms, fireplace, built-in features, extra
large lot, etc. All for 33.3D0, only $30
down and 330 per month. Remember,
this price and these terms are rock bot
tom. House will be open Sunday. Call
and see It, and. if Interested, let us hear
from you Monday.
JEFF W. BEDFORD & SON,
r.'J Stite Pank Blrtg lon. 339'.!.
CHOICE COTTAGE, $2,150.
Near 37th and Ames, 6 rooms, all mod
uli. Must be sold. For terms see
W. T. GRAHAM, BEE BLDG.
Kult SALE Modern 6-room house, with
extra lot; located near 24th and Camden
Ave.; excellent cash bargain. i'hone
owner, Colfax 1350
Rnys this beautiful 6-room, all modern
lio-iae, with sleeping porch; oak finish;
1.11 basement; 2 years old. I-arg lot;
iil i- shade. Located on the boulevard.
No paving or sie lal tax. This placu
ounht to bring $4.0n0, but to get the caah
owner will take $3,3iO; $1,000 cash. bal. to
be arranged. Phone for appointment If
you wish to see It.
W. S. FRANK,
Doug. 3600. 201 Neville Blk.
IXOK AT THEShJ BUNGALOWS.
No. 3018 and 3024 Lafayette Ave., I and
4 rooms, with beamed cellngs, pa m-led
walla, f. replace, bookcases, buffet, china
closet, lighting fixtures, plumbing, heat
ing; yard sodded, south front; oak and
white enamel finish: close In; lust east
of bemis Park, in Montclalr. Call owner
and builder for prices and terms.
A. H. OLMSTEAD.
Phone Web. i20.
LOOK AT THESE
No. toil and -24. Lafayette Ave.. I and
( rooms, with beamed ceilings, paneled
valla, fire place bookcases, buffet, china
rli.aeis. light ins fixtures, plumbing, heat
ing; jard sodded, south front, osk and
whi'e enamel finish close In, Just east
cf Itemia park In Montclalr. Call owner
en ! Iiullder for prices and terms. A. 11.
i ims'esd, Thonn eh 3K20.
lid and Fort, lot, W. Walnut yl.
HEAL KSTATK NOHTII RIIK
iOWNF.R will sacrifice -r.. strictly mod-
rn hoiine, with lares seeping room, oak
"ocra, woodwork nicely decorated. Terms.
i none wecster 11Z7
HEAL ESTATE SOVTH RIPE
Bargain in a Home
Recausa the houae la now too small we
offer for sale one of the nicest, cwzlest
and beat located homes In Omaha. On
easy terms to the right party In order to
make a quick sale.
Houae located at SflOg Marcy, one block
from the Leavenworth line, ten minutes'
ride on street car; one block from drug
emr-e and groceiy more; close to school ;
streets paved and all paid for. In neigh
borhood where lots are advancing In
price. High, dry and airy.
House two-story bungalow, built about
five years: full basement; furnace hc-t,
hot water heater, electric and gas fix
tures; lme li,e jan-; house well decor
ated; living room, 14x24; good dining
room, kitchen and pantry. Second floor
haa 3 large, airy bed rooms, four cloaets
This place la worth looking at and
worth the money. $4,750. !. C. Roberts.
FOR 8AIE Dandy full lot, solid ground,
and cement walks; worth 35cO. Quick
sale. $400. Tel. Tyler 1764-W.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Hp-to-date i-room houae. just about
finished, at a bargain, bv owner and
builder, located at 2W Cass Bt. Tel. II. 143.
WALKING DISTANCE K8 Iodge, 3
room modern house, first-class condi
tion; ready to move Into: key at JR40.
Don't fall to look It through. W. W.
Mitchell, owner. Phone Webster 4875.
Report that Turks
Meet With Defeat
PARIS. Oct. 24. The troops of the en
tente allies Wednesday repulsed strong
Turkish attacks In the Suvla and Krlthla
regions, on the GalMpolt peninsula, ac
cording to a despatch from Mytllene.
The Turks are said to have lost heavily
In artillery action. Two destroyers en
tered the straits and bombarded Taaca
Don't Be Constipated.
All kinds of ailments result from Con
stipation. Dr. King's New Life Pills are
mild and effective, prevent Constipation.
26c. All druggists. Advertisement.
RETURNED TO SAL0NIKI
BERLIN. Oct. 24. By Wireless to Bay
ville.) Five trains, containing Anglo
French troops on their way from Salonlkl
to Serbia, have been called back by order
of the chief commanders and have re
turned to Salonlkl, according to a dis
patch from Greece to the Cologne Gaxette.
The sanitary conditions of the entente
troops In the Balkans, the message adds
are bad. Transports In the harbor of
j Salonlkl. tt Is said, cannot debark their
soldiers because there are no barracks
Rernmmraai rkaainerlaln's Colle,
rhelrra anal Diarrhoea Hesaedr.
"I never hesitate to recommend Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy." writes Sol Williams, merchant.
Jesse, Tenn. "I sell more of It than of
any other preparations of like character.
I have used It myself and found it gave
me more relief than anythlngs else I
hava ever tried for the same purpose."
Obtainable everywhere. All druggist.-Advertisuinent
Tab Last Night
Billy Sunday at the taSernacle
Text, Lxodus v III 10, "And he said
For 4W years the Jews had been In
F-gyptian bondage. They had made brick
without straw and bared their back to
the lash of the taskmasters, and they
hnd been compelled to submit to all the
barbarities and cruelties that a powerful
and a heartless nation could Inflict upon
those who were their vassals and alavea.
God had told Joseph that He would come
and lead them out. Generation aftor
generation had been bom. matured to
manhood and womanhood, developed into
age and decrepitude, and still God hnd
not come, until I have Imagined that the
people had begun to think that God had
forgotten and that He would leave them
forever to be the slaves of their mas
ters, but God never forgets. When God
tells you that He will bless you, and
when Ho tells you He will damn you If
you don't do It, He will damn you.
His judgments may be delayed. He may
keep you waiting until your hair Is gray,
but his Judgments will surely come or
His rewards will follow. And at the ap
pointed time, to the very day that God
said He would come. He appeared under
the leadership of Moses to lead them out.
and old Pharaoh, the king, refused to let
the people go and God w-aa compelled to
Inflict him and the people with plague
after plague, and It was during the prev
alence of one of these that the soliloquy
between Moses and Pharaoh, of which
my text la a fragment, occurred. It was
the plague of frogs. Pharaoh sent for
Moses and Moses said to him, "When
shall I entreat the Iord that He take
away the plague?" And he answered In
words of my text, "And he said tomor
row." I never thought that argued much
for the common sense of rharaoh, be
cause he had sent for Moses ofttmes and
answered his prayer and the plague had
been stayed, and ha knew from experi
ence that there stood the only man In
the nation that held the secret of the
touch with God and that man of all men
could utter the words that God would
hear and God would stay His hand and
remove the plague. And the people were
suffering; they were dying and were cry
ing to God. "And he said tomorrow." I
say It never argued much, in my Judg
ment, for his common sense,
. There are many that are saying. "I
wouldn't have done that." but you have
been flotng tt, many of you, for five yeans,
and some of you for fifty years.
I believe many have come to these
meetings with an honest desire to serve
God, but have put off yielding to Christ,
and even tonight there are scores, yes
hundreds of you without Christ, and if
God's Judgment would fall on you, hell
would be your portion, but I pray God
you may come tonight. End the
Who is the man or woman who can
arise and honestly tell me that "tomor
row" has Interfered with you, or your
life, or your plans. The thing that has
no real existence; the day you will never
see. Tou eay 'tomorrow" you) will begin
some new work. Tou eay, "I will to.
morrow." Tou should give up some as
eoclate or companion and you say, "I
will tomorrow." . Tou should begin to
save money and lay It tiy for the rain
day that will come to everybody and
you say, "I will tomorrow." Tou should
yield yourself to Jesus Christ and turn
from your sins.
Requires H to Say "I Will."
It's no use to spin out words In an
alysis of the thief of time. Take this
for your motto: "I will not think of to
morrow. My possessions are today and
I wilt do alt I can ,toaay. I will not
lull myself to sleep promising myself
about a time that will never come." To
morrow is a soft couch upon which mul
titudes He down and never awaken. It
takes an effort of the brain to say "I
will." It takes an effort of manhood and
womanhood to say, "I will."
Now, you ought to say, "I will" for
several reasons. First, because by so
doing you would he relieved of the bur
den of sin In this life as well as the
dread of the future consequences of sin.
Hear me! Of all the times you ever
had to fit your souls for heaven you
have had It In the days that have come
and gone. God never flashed such light
In your face. Tou never had such an op
portunity before and you never will
Procrastination. Irresolution, tanguld
ness, idleness, weakness of character are
the milestones along the great highway
of life which lead over the preclploe we
call "Failure" and there Is where you
stand. Great opportunities love great
company. They always do. They rarely
travel alone. They are gregarious in
their flocks, travel In herds.
Waiting; Too Lonsr.
Tou are like a man I heard of who
was wrecked near the shore. He and
his wife were oast on a rock. They
threw the lifeline and after nine at
tempts it fell over the rock, they then
drew In. Attached to It was a atrong
rope. He fastened that about his wife
and said: "When the wave breaks off
the rock leap upon Its breast and they
will pull and you will reach the shore."
The wave came in and he said: "Get
ready, hurry, now leap!" But ahe hesi
tated and ching to her husband. Finally
she threw herself Into the sea and a
huge wave caught her and hurled her
fcack. and they dragged and pulled her
on the shore. They threw the life line
again and he fastened It beneath hi
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Ii. T . u u. "P-
mZ.ii 71 ' ... 1 r u waiiea .
'And he said to
Tou ought to say "Today," because
your Influence Is needed. At no time or
in no place have I ever preached where
people hava been more ready to receive
the gospel or have received it with more
respect and attention than In Omaha.
But, from the very first many have hesi
tated and you have kept others out be
cause of your inaction. Tonight finds
not only you, but finds them still outside
the gate of God 'a mercy.
I tell you, there are men In Omaha that
are leading young men to hell as true as
you breathe. By your godless example
you are leading your boys to hell and
breaking the heart of your wife and
"And ha said tomorrow." Tou ought to
do it tonight for the aake of your Influ
ence in this community. And you ought
to do it for another reason. That's this:
Delays are dangerous. Tour heart grows
hard and you will drive the 8i lrlt awav
until He will leave you, sir, and 1 tell
you when the Bplrit leaves a man, how
Indifferent he will become. He may say,
"I'm not afraid to die." He may say he
cares nothing for God. I have seen the
same effect upon people tn whom i
opiate has been fclven, although th y
were on the ve-y er:;e of the grave an 1
I have seen transgressors In th : s in i
Text at the
Was 4 'Tomorrow."
rendition. That Is bccaiiae your heart his
grown hard. Ieca;iec jou have grieved in
spirit. If you keep on. In a d. groe yon
will become hardened like Olbhs, th
pirate of old. When he stood on the scaf
fold ho said
"When 1 started on my mad, wild
career, the thoughts of it troubled me
until I could neither eat nor sleep,
When we went up by the sl.le of the
first vessel and made fast and took
the first life, for days I couldn't eat.:
nights I couldn't sleep. The lace h-umted.
mo until I almost cast myself Into the j
iw-a. I was sv troubled. ;
but I went on. driven by avarice and'
greed, until 1 grew so hnrd that wo could
come up by the side of a ship, tie to It.
rush over the deck and take the children
end women, lift them over the gunwale
and hurl them Into the sea and then
stand and laugh tintll the tears ran down
the cheeks, watching them atrugule and
see the sharks cut them to shreds as
they fed on them. I could take a baby
by the heels and daah Its brains out.
"I got so hard that we could murder
passengers and crew, and with the deck
sllplery with blood, with dead bodies
lying about me, I could take a corps
for a pillow and lie down and sleep for
nine hours and never waken."
Think what a man had to do to get a
heart like that.
Invites A nt l-t'h rlsl Is ti to tin.
Think of the sermons you have had
to resist; the tears and the pleadings
to which you have hnd to say "No.'' It
has taken years to get Into the hardened
condition that many of you here tonisht
are In. listen! If I were you, and hnd
made up my mind that I never would
be a Christian. I would leave the build
ing now. If standing, go; If sitting, arise
and I will wait. Worm and elbow your
way to the door, get ovit and hurry down
the street and get away from the sound
of my voice. If I were you and had made
up my mind I never would be a Christian.
I wouldn't wait. If ever a man spoke to
me of Jesus Christ I would run from he
presence, and If I heard a church bell
toll a funeral I would stop my ears, and
If ever I saw crepe hanging from the
door-knob or a hearse going nown the
street I would shut my eyes, and I never
would darken a church door. I wouldn't
go within sound of the voice of a preacher,
It I had made up my mind that I never
would be a Christian. I would get out
of here now, for every minute of added
light makes added guilt to your poor
I had a friend In Peoria, William
Reynolds, who used to be a member of
the International Sunday School com
mittee. Reynolds was very tired and
was going into the country to take a
vacation on the farm of a very rich man.
down In the famous corn belt and the last
thing before he left, some of his friends
said, "William, don't say a word to Doo
about religion. He Is a fellow who doesn't
go to church, but don't say anything to
him. If you go to talking religion, your
stay will be unpleasant, but If you keep
still, he will do anything for you."
Reynolds had been there for a day and
Doc said to him, "Say, William, come
with me," and he took him on top of
the house, an old-fashioned house with a
cupola. He took him In the cupola and
aid: "I want you to see what I have."
"Look away off over te the north, see
that?" "Tea." "See that town? That's
on the north boundary of my land. I own
the three largest buildings there." 'Look
away off yonder to the east. See It?"
"Tes." "That's mine." "See away off
yonder to the south where the sky and
the air seem to meet. That's mine. Sea
away off yonder to the west, that's the
Illinois river. I own down to that."
My friend said: "Tou ara very rich."
He aald: "Tea, I came hero without a
cent and I have 3,800 acres all paid for,
well stocked, don't owe a dollar."
Reynolds put his hand on Doc's shoulder
and said: "How much have you got up
He said: "I haven't thought ef that; I
guess nothing. I've been so busy piling
It up here I haven't thought of over
Three months later they laid his body
beneath the sod of Illinois and his heirs
are still fighting over those 3.800 acres.
Laying I'p Treasnres.
Rich here nothing yonder. Tou ought
to choose tonight, because by so choos
ing you begin to lay up treasures In
heaven, where thieves do not break
through nor steal.
Throe great men all died on the same
day. I am not going to tell you this story
to suggest anything to you relative to
their characters, but simply to tell you
that when death came they had to go.
One was the king of Spain, another Han
nibal Hamlin and the other William K.
Out in front of Vandcrbllt'a brown stone
mansion In Fifth - avenue. New York
City, assembled 6,000 people on the day
of the funeral. A reporter of the New
Tork Sun stood near the group of work
ing men and one fellow was heard to
make this remark: "Well, well, well, so
that's Vanderbllt In that coffin that
they're carrying down the steps. Is It?"
as the pallbearers came down with his
body.. "That's Vanderbllt in that coffin
that they're carrying down the steps?"
Tes. "Well' he said. "Boys I've stood
Just about here many a time and have
watched Vanderbllt walk down thesn
steps with his body guard, enter his car
ttage and drive away to Wall street,
and his name Is worth hundreds of mil
uons ana I didn t have a cent In my
Pket Today If. ch.nged. He 1. coming
lions and I didn't have a cent In
down the steps without a cent In his
pocket and I have $2.
When Charlemagne died they carried
him Into his sepulcher; they seated him
on a throns of ivory Inlaid with gold and
set with precious Jewels; they clothed
him In purple robes of royalty; on his
head they put a Jeweled crown, on hi
THIRTY FOURTH STREET
AT PARK AVENUE
conveniently situate J hotel
in New York
Thlrty-thlrJ Street Subway
WALTON H. MARSHALL
finger a sltrnet ring, In Ms hand t
scepter, symbolic of his power; on M
lap a scroll chronicling Ms deeds and
recording his victories on the battlefield.
And they scaled the tomb of Chsrleinanne.
ARea and ages after they broke the
fcnl of the tomb. Time had eaten and
gnawed the flesh from his bones, and
there on the Ivory throne Inlaid with
gold and set with precious stones sat a
i skeleton. At his fort was lying a hean
of dust which Bt one time had been his
flea), anri robes. Ills crown had dropixd
down onto tils bony shoulders; his rln
had slipped from his flnser. Time, like
a rat, knnw.-d the hand that hnd
grasped the scepter, and scepter and nit
were Ivlng on the floor, and as they fell
the scroll unrolled and his hand hnd'
fallen upon It and vvna pointing to the
words, and strange as It mav aeem, his-1
toty tells us the index finger
j Ing to Huso words:
"What will It profit a man If he gain
i t!e xverld tnd lose his own soul."
"And he said tomorrow."
I tell you, the brevity of life Is another
reason, u !a too easy for the heart to
stop; It la too easy for the lungs to con
test; It Is too easy for a Mood clot to
form; It Is too easy for a stroke of
apoplexy to knock you down.
Tomorrow! The doctor may shako his
Tomorrow th church bell may toll.
Tomorrow your name may appear In
the obituary notice of the. newsi-aper.
Tomorrow crepe may flutter from the
When death calls you must go. million
aire or hobo. When death c.im.-s inn
must no and nothing can hold you back.
!od pity you. If you have simply lived In
Ieih ann tomes.
Supposing I would come back to Omaha
five years from tonight. How many of
yon would respond and take your placn
where you are? If I would come back
ten years from tonight, how many of you
would come and stand or sit about where
you are tonight? If 1 would como back
fifty years from tonight It would seem
liko a sepulcher. You, and you, and you,
and you. would be In the graveyard, and
the llttlo ones would be old and decrepit.
If I would come back seventy-five years
from tonight, those who are babes In
arms tonight would then hobble down
here gray-haired and with wrinkled brow.
You have gone, and still you say "No"
It Is not necessary to commit some
great sin to be lost, Jwt neglect It. Let
the merchant neglect his business and he
Is a bnnkrupt. It the one who Is sick
neglect to send for a physician and he
will die. Let the man coming to the falls
neglect to use tho oars and row back and
he will be lost.
Moody once cronsod Ike Michigan and
went to a dying man's home, and as ho
entered the bed room the man turned his
fare to the wall and said: "I didn't send
for you; -you are too late," but Moodv
said to him, "Tou know, the thief on tho
cross was saved In the eleventh hour."
Tho fellow said, "This Is the twelfth hour
w-lth me and the clock has begun to
strike. The thief of the cross. The thief
of the cross accepted Jesus Christ the
first chance he had. That was the first
opportunity he ever had and he embraced
the first chance. I've heard of Jis'is
Christ ever sln-v I can remember. His
rase and mine ire not analogous. I only
wish I had as much manhood as the thief,
for he took the first Invitation Christ
gave him. I have had monoy, and I have
said. 'Nol No! No!" Moody talked with
him and got down and prayed for the
man, and when he arose he saw the fel
low was trying to speak, and he bent over
to listen, and the man was saying: "The
harvest Is past, the summer la ended, and
I'm not saved,"
Moody said: "We wrapped his Christ
less body In a Christlees shroud, we put
him In a Chrlstless coffin, put him in a
Christies grave and ho went to a Christ
leas eternity, for he said, 'Tomorrow, to
Last Service of Camnalsjn.
When I think that this Is the last serv
ice of this great effort on the part of
God and the Holy Spirit to bring you
men and women to repentance, I tell you
my heart nearly breaks. Listen) Tou must
listen. Think of the sermons you have
heard since you were old enough to start
to Sunday school until you sit there to
night. Think of the songs you have
heard! Think of the prayers that have
been offered for you! Think of the tears
that some mother, or wife, or friend has
shed over you, or your children have
shed. Think of it! Think of the ministers.
think of the evangelists that have petted
and fondled and pleaded and begged of
you to be a Christian, and still thero you
sit, written on your poor soul In great,
black letters, "Lost, lost." I say to you,
list n I
Born In another man's stable.
Hurled In mother man's tomb.
Ills first companions cattle in the
Ills last companions thieves on the
His first resting place another's
His last resting place another's crons
And there you sit, without His salva
tion. Tou don't care for Him. Some of
you like a dog or a horse better than
you do Jesus. Tou have treated Him like
a brute. Tou giggle In His presence, sn i
some wicked thought Is flashing through
your mind now, and you can hardly wait
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until I finish so that you can creep away
and propagate your Inl.-ulty and you have
damnation written In your soul ns you
alt there and wait. The time Is p.is.inR
"Tomorrow" where Is your authority for
It? "Toniorrnw"th.t'e the ghost that
lll never come. Some of you are wear
ing mournlnr. That tolls me that you
have been to the graveyard. That tells
mo that you have left somebody out
there that you wish was by jour side
now. Some of you are wearlnir inoiirn-
' ,n"' Thn' te"" ",c ,nat 'n', li"rsn has
been down to where you live and st-pix-J
In front of your house. listen! some dm
there will he another funeral and It will
be In your street, and the hearse w.ll
stop In front of your house. Some day
the pallbearers will come to cany i u: an
other body and you will be In the coffin
nnd your namo will , on the coffin
plate and your name will be on the
tombstone, and still there you alt. riay.
listen! If God would Just pull the cur
tain back and let some of you men ami
women see how close you are to the cof
fin you would turn pale,. Some of you
are so close to the hearse that If Clod
would pull back the curtain you Could
reach out and touch It tonight. And
there you sit without Jesus Christ a
your Saviour. "And he said tomorrow."
llow swiftly the years of our pilgrimage
As the days, weeks and months move
quickly and s len'ly bv.
Our days are soon numbered, 41 rath
sounds our knell,
We scarce know our friends till wo bid
Farewell, fellow ( hrlitlnna
To you, f.-llow Christians, I turn with
The ne cannot harm you. your future
He faithful, he earnest, temptations repel
And vou II soon bid this world a smiling
Farewell, fellow sinners, Tm free from
My imasnges re all delivered. I leave
you with God,
I've pleaded I've entreated, but I could
And until the ,1'id-ri.ient day hreaketh I
bid you farewell.
"And he said tomorrow." God pity you.
In hell some of you will say. "My, how
near I was to going forward. I stood In
the street and listened. I was so near
but I fought It off." G0,i pity yOU! ood
pity you! "And he said tomorrow."
Don't you. Don't you.
(Copyright. W. A. Sunday.)
SILKS AND SUITS
Telia women how to dry clean
everything with gasoline
and save $5.00.
It is very easy and Inexpensive to dry
clean and brighten all the ribbons, laces,
yokes, neckties, silks, net work, satins,
ohlrtwalsts, kid gloves and shoes, fur,
children's clothes, suits, caps, woolen
garments, fancy vests, Swiss, lawn,
organdie and, chiffon dresses, draperies,
rugs, in fact, any and everything tiia:
would be ruined with soap and wate-'
Get two ounces of solvite at anv
druggist 'and put it In two gallons of
gaHollne, where It Immediately dissolves.
Then Immerse the goods to be cleaned;
rub a little and out they com looking
bright and fresh as new. Tou will find
nothing fades, shrinks or wrinkles, re
quiring no pressing.
These few moments' work saves any
household five to ten dollars. Try it
and you will find dry cleaning Just as
easy as laundering. Tour grocer or anv
garage will supply the gasoline and the
drug store will furnish the solvite,
which Is slrrvT'ly a gasoline soap. Then
a wash holler or large dlshpan com
pletes your home dry cleaning outfit,
"Hew To Start Inrrstlni." a timely anlcl
fnr the email tnvier In the current .aue ot
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I,y John Mulr A '- II on a r. Sena to.
temple ronlte. at HrmiT New York City
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NEW YORK HAS A
NEW SONG GRAZE
Odd Ballad Said to Contain
I TvTq n tt Pr-rttrr Stroma
Among the latest ropnlar songs In New
York.,s a peculiar affair, tailed "A Girl
In Your Arms Is Worth Two In Tour
Dreams." which In quite a erase with
the fair sex.
The music, written In only one octave.
has various odd hnrmonles which form a
rather pretty effect when Minn. Follow
ing la a part of tin rh tub clipped from
a copy Just received:
A Girl In Your Arms Is ,
Worth Two In Your Dreams
J V... - !. I. .P..l..anhlaMllHMM.r
For a till In tout artni In worth two In your
' dmmi. You'r hn-1- tat Ing, And 1 r been
' wait-iiif Ki-r a lone, long time, it ieem
- ' I .11. ... m
Cud-die up to me and I'll bt Is clo-ver
Cmilt lm FM. lea,
The chief cause of the song's popu
larity Is that Its text, while rather ro
mantic In Idea, contains no suggestive
thoupht, but a sort of refined thomo
that appeals to women.
Advnnce copies of the song have
been received in some of the Omaha 10
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briim tt hero and open a
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Investment for a large num.
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as little as $1.00 or as much
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