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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1915)
THE NEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, (KTOUEll 26, 1 0 1 .".
tit i it mn pat t Anr I
TV DP THE REYIYAL
Omaha Erangeliitio Anociation
Meeti to Conserve Work of the
CARDS ARE ROW BEIUG SORTED
A meeting of the xecutlT com
mittee of the Omaha Evangelistic as
noclatlon was held yesterday to dis
cuss plani for conserving the work ac
con'pllnhed during 'Billy" Sunday'!
ramralj atd continue It.
Th.i various ways In which this can e
aoroir.p'.lahs.l wrre discussed. Charles T.
Robsl la g'.vcn charge of the 1S3 Bible
study elassca which have been estab
lished in varloia nttghbirhooda of the
city. Thts wi:i meet regularly once a
was'.;. Mr. jtobcl la also at the head of
the gospel team sthleU will soon re or
ganised. CarCs v.oro sljned ly 2t- men
to encase la this work. None of thee
signers ware trnll hitters and It 1 ex
pected i:-". mery mere will be secured
from tv.e. source. Thesa tan mi will go
cut lo h"s and other place In end
round Hie city and hold religtoue meet
ings frcr.-. lln-.e to time. In other place
mnny eonvcr'.c have been secured by
these teams following the close of Sun
Thre Cons-.-ssational church have def
initely decided to begin evangelistic
services In respective neighbor
hoods within :. . :ck or two. Thes are
the Hillside. Cc:.'.ral Tark and First Con
gregational cl.urchss. Thry will hold
meetings lIx cva::Ir.gs a week to keep
To Instinct Trail Hitters.
Measures also -"ill he derided on for
giving relts'loua instruction to the trail
hittera who will be vec-elved into the
churches next Sunday.
Thi who's sTur.t:-m In etlil In a lenta
tivo muse, cni Ith several thousand
i ctv mcn-.Ltrj rcaJy to besln th Ir Chris
tlan enrrers l.i Lbs various churches the
pmblcrn Is r. Hz or.e. It murt be handl vl
rrerrr'.l:, c.:lc.o:-.tiy and f f r-ctlvcl.v.
' ''Jrvcr ill ba slven next Monday tit
nt tl You:ig Mm s Christian ns
: . ia:l;n lr. , l.it nest of the go?pel
trnin and other f.iloiv-u;i work.
Tho ca:d3 lisnei by irrll hitters are
leine rortod ncco:dlir to don jmlnattons
a-d churches. Tho Flr.'t Methcdiit church
h3 the larscst number, rnd a gr-at grtth
rriiir of a'tr mcmberr. li ex.TC!.ed there
J-arge n'jrr.b-n o-r.e also to the Klrst
( o:-.R:-ccattonal a:it First I'rebytcrlan
Tirol? on -nhlchC-o rlgnera givo their
ch r:h preference a nnljeor.nl were
t-.l:en by Dean Truirock of Trinity calhe.
t.lnl, thoi'Kh th it f'cnoin!natlon has not
been afflllat-d with the campaign.
A ccnMnuatlon committee was ap
Solnte: ns follows: K. K. Thomas, chair
man; Hev. V. T. Rou.io, W. E. Foshler.
I . J. n. I Ichtenwallr.or and F. D. Wead.
This ommlttee will devise ways and
iiiixins of continuing the work of the
Tolerably Good for Tightwads
tXPENStS 27.000.00 ,
5PECIAl COUtCTIONS 3.000.00 tilh
BLLY ( SVri) 20.000.00 (K
I ILY LANGTRY TO APPEAR .
AT THE BRANDEIS THEATER
Arrangements have boon completed for
an American tour for Mra. Langtry, who
In private life Is Lady de Bathe. She
will come to this country late this month
with her entire Iondon company In the
sew play by Sydney Orundy, entitled. I
"Mra. Thompson." Mrs. Lngtry, who
has not been here on the legitimate stage
since 1904. will appear at the Brandels !
theater, being booked by Klaw EV-1
langer. who have always looked after
the booklnr of the Brandels theater.
Victor Klraly and Harry S. Alward are
directing her affairs. After a prelimi
nary tour of the principal cities Mra.
Langtry will be seen in New York. "Mrs.
Thompson" is a modern comedy In four
acts, and In it Mrs. Langtry appears as
a smart, up-to-date business woman.
Trail Hitters Come
from the Middle
Classes in Omaha
Tlie trntl-hlttcrs of the Sundny cam
raiKn in Omaha have been chiefly of the
great middle class of people, those of
special prominence being few. In other
rltles blgli officials, wealthy men of af
falrn have hit tho trnll. Incidents hnvo
been related of saloon keepers hitting tho
trail and going back to close up their
saloons and get out of the business.
There were no incidents like that In
Omaha. Mayor Dahlman, for whom a
strong and united effort in the way of
prayer and personal work was made, and
not respond. Nor were there any other
Congresman C O. Ixibeck went down
and shook "Billy's" hand. E. A. Benson
and C. C. Shlmer. well known real estate
men, hit the trail. Ellery Westerfleld,
formerly treasurer of Dundee, was an
other well known trail-hitter, as waa alao
K. F. Thomas, former postmaster anl
state senator. F. IX Wead waa another
prominent real estate man who hit tho
trail for reconsecratlon. '
City Council Hears
of Verdict Against
Graham and Ford
Police Judge Foster has officially no
tified the city council of the verdict of
a Jury in police court In connection with i
charges against J. D. Graham and J. T
Ford, 1208 Farnam street, tried for al
leged violation of the liquor laws.
According to law, the council on Tues
day morning will revoke the Graham an.l
Ford license and order the police to
close the saloon. The saloon will re
main closed until hearing of an appeal
In district court, and In the wvent- that
the appeal should result forvorably (or
the saloon men, then the saloon may
Police officials aver It will have what
they call a "salutary effect."
October Sale of Curtain Materials
In this sale are hurt
area's of pieces of
Bungalow Nets, Filet
Nets, Scrims, Marqui
settes, Voiles, Madras,
Duo lit amine, Jobbi
nets, Cretonnes, Colored
Border Scrims. Sunast
Drapery Goods, Alad-
dm CiethM,tlti Cloth, Ortntk
Sunast Miidr,t ami many olhtrs
This year greater than the greatest in which the most
amaaing- bargains in the history of pat sales are being scat
tered to seekers after economics.
100 Pieces of Bungalow
Nets, Filet Nets aud nov
elty nets; all widths up to
50 inches, ivory and ecru.
Values to l..), C1
yard ZDG j
V will bring for
ward many new lots of
Lace Curtains for
Tuesday's selling. Tltcre
will be hundreds of
fairs, at the following
Prices: Each, 69c aud
98c; at pair. $1.90,
$2.89, $3.55. 14.85.
Marquisettes and Scrims
All the MaiTruisctte.
ribbon' edge Ncrim, fine
plain voiles and scrims
and other curtain poods;
dozens of nieces. Values
to f0e yard, at
yard . .
About 75 pieces of plain
and figured Sunfast
Drapery floods, such
Goods and many
Values to $1.75, "
M a 1 1 n
Here is one of tho
best bargains in the sale
just 48 pieces of fine
45 and 50-inch cream
and white Scotch mad
ras; also 25 pieces of
fine Pacific duo cur
tain goods worth
to GOc, yard VC
All the colored mad
ras that looks like $1.25
a yard goods. About
52 pieces of very fine
Etamine with stencil
borders. This is a great
bargain and will not
last long. Your
choice, yard . . . ,
Just four cases of all
grades of Bobbinet. and
Plain Voile. Well worth
three times the price,
White, ecru and ivory.
In our great sale, p
at yard IOC
Remnants So Low Priced They HaveNo Relation WithMakcrs Cost
All the 36-Inch
Full bolts, worth to
All the Rem
nants of Scrim
Values to 35c, at
All the Rem
nants of Fine
Values to 30q, at
All the Rem
nants of Fine
Colored border and
cream, worth to
About 200 Pieces
and Ball Fringes
Worth to 20c, your
choice in this sale,
MANY SEEK HOMESTEADS
ON NORTH DAKOTA LAND
The Missouri Pacific brought In a
party of fifty men from Missouri and
Kansas,- who ito out over the North
western, en route to North Dakota, who
on November 1 will take chances on a
lind drawing at Mlnot, near where
about 1,000,000 acres of Indian reservation
land will become subject to homestead
The Chicago Great Western la taking
out n party of nearly fifty Nebraskana
who are going to be on the ground and
take chances on securing homesteads.
ARRESTED CN CHARGE OF
SELLING LIQUOR SUNDAY
S. n. Peavtr, .who conducts a saloon
at Fifteenth and Chicago streets, was
arrests Sunday by police sergeants and
charged with violation of the Slocunib
law. On-- inmate' wa also taken,
t'taver will bo arraigned Ip police court
MORE LIGHTS FOR CORNER
WHERE SMITH WAS KILLED
The city commissioners have decided to
brighten the corners nt Thirty-first Hnd
Do!gc streets by providing more electric
sttrht. It wus at this corner that W. JI.
Smith waa recently murdered.
THIEVES TAKE JEWELRY
FROM C0LPETZER HOME
i Hi' fc.-irre of Frank Cilpetier, 113 South
i'wtnty-fl'th ntreet. was entered by
I ui-phirs Sunday nlsht, who stole Jewelry
lu tho vali'.c of Jl'JO.
IXra ntstlirrin Mtulh Side by Omaha
O.'Hcinl blue prints showing correct
numtiers for renumbering the houses and
business places in South Omaha have
Iweti turned over to the Omaha Directory I
Tho bmaha Directory Co. will gather
the ni.in.s for the new directory when
they aro cIvmiu the house numbers out.
This will Insure the new and correct
numbers appearing In the next issue ol
the city directory. The entire matter ot
renumbering has been placed In the
hands of the Directory Co. with certifi
cate of numbers bearing the signature
of John ' .' Brucs. the city engineer.
Mr. W. S. aJrdlne. superintendent of
public- Improvements, plaoed the matter
tn the. handa of the Omaha Directory
Co. feeling that . they were the moat
competent people to handle a situation of
this kind. -
Any' householders wishing to purchase
number from the representatives of tha
Directory Co. may do so at the same
price charge by aay hardware mer
chant.' and. moreover. . the Omaha Direc
tory Co. will not charge anything for
putting the numbers up. Advertisement
I lililSlll iSiSiiIMIHSjIjS IUIS"ilBMiieBapS JtMBMMMaaaM;
When Health is Wrong
The Pay is Short
Getting ahead in this world calls for mental and
physical forces kept upbuilt and in trim.
Often the food one eats "makes" or "breaks" it
depends upon the kind of food. In many cases the
daily dietary lacks certain essential elements for keep
ing brain and body at their beet.
Over 18 years ago a food was perfected to offset
and it has stood the test of the years.
Made of whole wheat and malted barley this fam
ous pure food supplies all the nutriment of the grains
including their mineral salts Phosphate of Potash,
etc. necessary for building brain, nerve and muscle.
Grape-Nuts has a delicious nut-like flavour; is al
ways ready to eat fresh, and crisp from the package;
so thoroughly baked it is partially predigested.
Thousands "on the job" every day know
"There's a Reason" for
sold by Grocers everywhere.
THIS SALE BEGINS AT 8:30 TUESDAY MORNING ON THIRD FLOOR
A Room for
for the Room
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8 Full Quarts
4 Full Ossrie
Kerr tlsaoorgm JQ
Il Tjti ;e i
iinru..! alo.a ami f. ' .' L -
screw wilhevery order
ers h.t proven this i
whlfitetf ht everrii.- !
tilled. For omnoth.
nets and mellnwr.eo
cf llavor it runnot bo
equaled. Scud remit
tance with order.
Money refunded if not
i. sticofst co,
waMaaa city, no.
II THS BK1KT Of TBI CHI"
17 POWtLL ST. AT MARKET
CVCRY CONVCNtCNCC NO COMrOSJT
tUPjOPCAN PLAN. CI .60 AND UPWtSO
rwf C AJo Bit Mees Trsin snj Simmtrl
Th Ball Tsltphons building in Nsw York Is
th lutara terminal of tbe Trn ontlnrnlsl
Among1 the many wonderful
things worth seeing at the Panama
Pacific Exposition, which President
HadJey of Yale has described as
"the most beautiful and inspiring'
exposition the world has ever seen,"
is the transcontinental telephone
demonstration of the Bell System,
which has been awarded the Grand
Prize of Electrical Means of Communication.
The Palace of Liberal Arts at the Fanema-Pnclfln Epo
slilnn contains the ohllilt of thn llfll H:-leni and Is the
wastsrn terminal of the Transcontinental line.
For the first time, perhaps, thou
sands who have visited the Bell
Telephone Exhibit at the Exposi
tion have realized what the wonder
ful long distance service of the Bell
System means to them personally;
how it links them to their homes
and business interests, no matter
where they are, regardless of time
Space has been eliminated by the long distance lines of the Bell
Telephone System, which reaches in all 70,000 American cities, towns
and villages, or 12,000 more places than have postofflces.
When you use your Bell Telephone, you
demonstrate the efficiency of a system
that makes a neighborhood of a nation.
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