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THK OMAHA SUNDAY , BEK: NOVEMBER . 14, , 1915.,
DISI.IISS IJ'CALL, '
WHITHAH IS TOLD
Misconduct, Neglect and Inelfl
, cieney Chained Against Com- '
FINDINGS OF IXGISLATIYE BODY
NEW YORK. NW 11. Miscon
duct in office, neglect' of duty and
Inefficiency" are among the reasons
given by the legislative committee
Investigating the Public Service com
mission In a public statement to
night for its recommendation to
Governor Whitman for the dismissal
from office of Edward K. McCall,
.chairman of the Public Service com
mission of this district.
Mr. McCall formerly was a Justice
of the state supreme court, from
which be resigned In 1911 to become
a service commissioner.. In the fall
of that yesr he was an unsuccessful
democratic candidate for mayor of
'New York,-being defeated by John
Purroy.Mltchel, the fusion nominee
j ' Ffadlatrs I'nder Sta Meade.
J In Ita atatement tha legislative Inveatl-
' gating' committee groups Its findings un
der nine heads. Of these four are de-
1 voted to "misconduct In offlca" and five
ara given under "neglect of duty."
. While the committee, headed by Slate
Senator Thompaon. tha chairman, details I
specific chargea. It makes numeroua gen- j Adolphus.".. Sunday evening, song serv
eral accusations. Among theae are that. lea. together 'with several ahort talka by
McCall "haa exercised hla official power . the different pastors: Tha Zlon snd Im-
i and Influence for tha particular sdvsnv
; tage and benefit of certain lntersta.";The
i committee also sccuses him of using
. "lima required In official business In pri
vate law practice for hire" and of fall
' Ing "to give adequate service as a com
. mlwloner In the . supervision and tha
! regulation of corporations.". ' ' ,
r f'e(lem4 rtat-e-f Own Mth'. '
Mr. McCall's own testimony on the'wlt
r.ess stand concerning; the ownership of
7 shsre of stock In tha King's County
Light' and Powes company. Senator
' Thompson said, was .among tha prima
reasons, for recommending McCall a dis
missal. ' ..... ' - -
Horse Show Ends -. . J
At:New;York City; ;.
i Loula' Long Surprise
" ' -w
NFTVv' YORK. Nov. R-The 11S horse
:iow ended tonight with the Jumping
contest for, tTnlted Htates army officer'
horse. The sheence ol foreign exhibitors
.dtrert-ed eonvwhst from -the- show,
but the interest of i Amertcsn , exhibitors
waa aa keen as formerly. . , ,
Miss IOuU long of- Kansas'. City
proved ons of the surprises of the na
tional yHlilblt. 'With twenty-five entries
of ..various, clnswa," she won fifteen ; rib
bons and cups. One of her Isat victories
when- she won the Baudouln oup
for hortds 'driver! to phaetons, ladles drlv.
Atl; She drove rtevlaton in this event!
v John- A; Hertford's Ooaslp was awarded
. the cop n tha champion competition for
. dockcdt saddle, horse .exceeding . fifteen
, hnds and two Inches In height. Tha cup
for', docked idle horses under fifteen
hands two ische .was won by Mlaa Mar
Jorle Ilubb's-Fantasy. W. H. Moors added
to' his string of Victories when Mlas Marl
boro and Fida Fayrc won the cup for
paired harnesa horses.'.'..- .
Tha Iuls Hberry cup for saddle horses,
ona ridden by -a, man and ona by . a
. woman, waa won by Twilight and Moon
I beam, owned by Walter H. ' Handlsy.
, Belle Melbourne and TlsaingtOn Amity
won the cup for pairs of ponies. -They
are owned by the Wllllsbrook farm. 1 .
tjirty Beaton, owned by. W. II.1 Moore,
marla Ita sccra five first prises, by win-
t)4t In the single harness horse champion
ship and a little later with Uord Beaton,
won the championship , cup for pairs ot
tames horaea not exceeding fifteen
..lapis two Inches. .
Dr. Demburg Says
U.S. Means Business
B7RUN' fVla London).-i Nov It Dr.
Kernhard ..tvrnburg. discussing in .the
Tageblatt 4ha American not ' to -Groat
Hritaln, says tha not prepares the. way
for securing the. freedom of tbe seas, and
thereby opens a new era of ,dlouaton
with Great Britain, tha result' of which
will undoubtedly be favorable - to the
right. . . ' -.
Adverting to tha question raised by the
German pre whether the United Blate
Intenda to'aee that its-domande are aatls-
fled. lr. Demburg says thst, the diplo
matic history of the I nlted States give
assurance that t will do so- under ;
ctrcusnstancea. . '" -
hisky is Shipped
Hidden in Coffins
CHATTANOOGA, : Tenn.," Nov. lfu-On
alit-gatlons that they dftaudd the gov.
irr.ment by shipping whisky concealed la
cofflna.t from this city, four Chatanooga
men were' Indicted by. tbe federal CTkad
Jury today. They sre: : ' . ;
T. C. Betterton, . pelioa cofnmlssioner
and' general manager of -the ,Tnoesse
Coffin and Casket , company, .
C.' L.. Mylua. Frank Foa and, A. O.
Smith, employes of the casket compsny.
Tbe exact . charges asralnsi, the men
snt conspiracy to defraud the govern
nicnt aad shipping liquor without proper
branding. " " ' v
"Show Mef 'Visitors
Relieved of Cash
V hll"aee1nc the sight." two country
visitors, both from Mlsouri and anxious
to be shown about.. were relieved of
sis mlal' sums ol -money, which tn thtlr
catU accounts will have to be charged
off to "experience." - ,l
Mason Pierce, from Oreentop, Mo-,' re
ported to tbe police that was' lost
or stolen from him, ehll h waa en his
may to 'the Cnlon depot; Wllllam Harris,
from irj Kr.WL City,, found himself
chort tm while seeing tha bright lights
on Dougtaa street: . . . -
NwVrk ttaa Over "y Million.
NKW YORK. Nov. It -A poHc census
;f Miilatta.n horoush mad public to
ov, snus a jh piumlott of t,z.irt, aa
t-.i ijdrtd lo the rwem state inieus th'pw
ii, i.e population of In is buiougn aa
;,".:. 1 suing, the poll, fisur 'for
Mant.sttan a a basts ir.s l,.ahri 5r-
i irii,ni e'init tit pof"l'l'n of
TOPICS. FOR A DAY OF REST
Omaha Endetrort n Go , to Norfolk
I '.to Attend the Annual 8Ut Con
vention of Organization.
PEOMDTENT PLACES Off PUOOBAM
I .- About forty Omaha Christian .Endesvor-
wrw re vo NorTOi nrT. i wkr io anena in
twenty-ninth annual atat convention ol
th Christian Endeavor.' Th Sunday aft
ernoon meeting will ba 'given over to the
Omaha Christian Endeavor union, with
tha president. H. C. Wlgg, presiding. Tha
feature, will ba "Sundsyitrama"' Ten
members of tha Omaha union vrllt give
details of ths 'Sunday campaign aa fol
"Music." John G. Ounn: "Personal
Work," Earl Reynolds: "Woman 'a llwt
logs," Orac Howell: "Men's Meetings,"
E. Lynee'Kllgore: "Prayer Meetings and
Bibla . Classes." Mr. . Kilgare: ."Sunday
Hchool Boys and G!r!s." D. B. Cleveland;
"High S.-hool and College," Roy Creeling;
"Extension Work,' Kthel K.llnker; ''Busl
nees Girls, Georgia . Relnherdt; 'num
mary." 8. C. Wlgg. ,
An effort will ba made to 'get tha atata
convention for Omaha in 11.'
.' Tha Omaha district' Luther leaf ue met
In annual convention at tha Immanuel
church. Nineteenth and Caaa. commencing
rnuay evening.. Saturday morning there
waa held tha business aeialon and elec
tion of officers. This afternoon tha dela
gstes are riven an automobile outing.
Sunday mornins: service will be (in at 10
O'clock. ' ,
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock a pro
Cram will ba . rendered. There will be
iMverat musical numbers and an eddress !
by Rev. O. O. Berg of Funk. on "Gustavus !
manual choirs, consisting of about 100
voice, will sing.
' Omaha Woman's Christian Temperance
union met In the Toung Men's Ch gstlan
I association -bunding; and a committee
Consisting of MestUmes David Unn. M.
I Stone. B. P.' Sweeley, V. T. Oraham
and Louis . Bprshclm was appointed to
drsw.up suitable resolutions expressing
sympathy for the loss to the temperance
force of the city' and especially to the
union, and the seeming Irreparable loss
of a -lifelong honorary member, a valued
counsel and loyal supporter, John, Dale.
Xs a token of lova,. rewrence-and sorrow
the union sdjoumed to attend In a body
the funeral services, eacH -member ". to
drop a whit rtbbon bow on the casket.
i The following program of sacred music
wilt be given, st All' Saints' Episcopal
church Sunday afternoon, November . 14,
at 4 o'clock by the choir of All Saints'
CtrurcH. J' Tt 'Slmms.dlrect'or.' and the
Choir" Of - St.' Mary's Avenue Congrega
tlnl church ;. Thomas J. Kelly,' director.
Tiiese cbolrsiwlll, unite for this service.
Tha program follows; . y" '
ProcesnlonslT-Onward ' Chrlstl'sn Sol.'
n 'd'ers .- Sullivan
Organ PreliidoAdaalo -from Pith -.
Organ Hymphony. M,artln Buah....-
Pealm J60.... H'lmphrlea
Magnificat Nunc Dlmmlttla tn B fla.t ,
'-' v '. Sta nf ord
Mofeit for Soprano Kolo-and 'Chorus .
' Mear My. Prayer.... Mendelssohn
Benediction .Uyinm-.N'ow the. Day tm .
I Over. Harnby
Recesslonal-Hark, .Hark. My .Soul.. .
' ...i Smart
Orsmn- Postlude Alleluia.... ......... Lret
. .. .. . y ;artui w. bush. t ( (.
A song service tjy the united choirs of
the Immanuel Lutheran church and the
Xlon. buthoran church, in 'conjimctlbn
wjh' the Omaha District Luther League
eonyenUon, wlH be given ' st the "-im
manuel Lutheren church,, Nineteenth and
Cass streets,, Kundsy evening at I p. m..
asaisted by Kenneth Wldenor, organist.
r'.,?'.H',7,,y. SlrMt nd P1-" venue.
H. O. Rowlands. MlnUirPu.kt. -I
10Jr. .Subject of. sermon: "The - Two
8on"- Preaching st T:, SJb.ect..'"The
go-Fttnemhlp." Bible school' at 11
Superintendent George Waterman. Toung
Pople s meeting . at .:, Louis Curt.s.
prealdent. . - . '
Oraeo. South Ten
Taft.. Pastor Min i, prayer .meeting at
r. Sunday school at 10.. Morning wor
hip at H. Subleot. -'Jesus' Temptation
snd Ours.w . itnntlnt Vnn
unloh ht :S. -Evening Worah'p at T)
Sub'ect, "Nobility In Itondage." Uaptlam'
Mission Sunday school, SHO South Fourth
street, at s. -
lvarv,. . Hamilton and Twenty.f fth.
. -A. Maxwell. Piiuin.MMin.
Baptism Worth WhllaT" ITu.ni .'uil..
Most I Do to Be Loatr Bible school at
poos. O. ,W. Nobla, superintendent,
young people's meeting at.:li..lad by
Mrs. J. A. Maxwell. Prayer and sWn t g
anca meeting Wednesday evening. Re-
caption- ror new snembera and all romlnt
Into the church. Tuesday evening. , Tha
offlcera and their wive will represent
the cburcb 4 , .
Immanuel. Twenty-fourth and' Plnkna.
Arthur- J. Morrla, Post or Mornins- worl
ship at 10:110. Topic. "Tha Trwnafnrmorf
TaUat," Bible school al noon. Chariot
W. Simon. superintendent. Ymna
people's meeting ai ;). , Evening arosnel
service followed by tha ordinini-a
tsptlam at 7:. - The' men of tha ohumh
snd congregation will i meet f. th
church. Wdneaxlsy evening at l:S for
suppr- and ' to talk -over the arrnnra
thanta for th weekly Bible study.-Prayer
an prainv srrnc wui tpuow. at t. .
, . i.1 .. t aristlsiai. , . t
Flrot.' Twenty-sixth and ; Harney-Morn-
service at 11.' Subject. "Moaea the Inter
cessor." Fvenlng sarvlo. iluhlect.
VKadeah' Barnaa.' Yeuna Peonle's Sa
ctnty of Christian Endeavor at it. Bible
scnooi ai ..' ,
1 . " . krlallaa Selearr.
First,' Church of Christ.' Scientist, St.
lliiry I Avenue and Twenty-fourth street
Service at 11 and I. Hubleot, "Mortala
and Immortal." Bunday school (two ses
sions).. S et and 11. - -Wdns4y. evening
meculag at, a ';...- i . ,
' Recond Church f ChiisC Scientist Dan
dee Hull.' underwood Avnu and Fif
tieth Htreet Sr1oea at 11. Subject
"Mortals and immortals.' Sunday-school
st 44. , Wednesday evening meeting
at I. , . , '. ,
Hlllsld.' Thirtieth and Ohio. ' W. ' S.
Hanploa, Pastor Morn ng ' aervlce at 11.
Kvenlng -aervtue at-7 S0. .Sunday scheul
at 10. VnUr . Eadeavor at , JO. Intr
oodlate Endeavor at 4.' Junior Kodaavor
at. a, .-. .' ' ..v. , - : . ;. . .
Central :Park,' t Forty-second ' and
Sr.toga. ,J. R. Beard. Pastor Sunday
chooi at -: 10. . .Morning , worship . at - II.
SMtrmon- subjart: ."ObUgstiona aad . Op
portunities. Junior Christian Kndeavor
at. a. Christian Kndeavor at 4.1). Kvn-
lng worship at 7.ai. , Reception of new
members at loth momtng and. evening
services. Prayer' meeting at I Wednesday.,-
' , . . . .. . .
St.-.. Msry' Avenue.' St. ' Mary'
a venu and .. Twenty.eo enth, Rav. .
A. ' ItOipert. . id miner Mornins. 'Strv-
ice at.: :. Sacrament of . the lord's
upper. ,' Reception of 'new, member
freachlng by the pastor. Special music
by tha Kvlly -choir, unday school at 12
wun . sinjoritartcn. MldweeH.. prayer
meeting vveanesday evtnlng at x.
. First. Nineteenth and Davenport. Frd-
encs t. rioue, t'astor. D. E. ('leiclsnd
AastfUnl Murulna worship at 10:; 9 her
non by the iwstor. ubjoct, "Aa Christ
Loted th Church." , bunday ' school at
Boon.- Bac al lnvtt.tla )o!a young men's
nil , sran'i . !. Veuns men
class organising under Mr. t levland
Toung -peoples aoclrlles at 4 4S - Gospel
crrli'S r-'h oholiia , choir st 7 .
"Mother and Bey" will be the a ibject of
Mr. Cleveland addreia fpecssl - Invlta-
tlon to all 1h people ot the downtown
Plymouth. Elehteenth and Emmet.
Frederick W. Iavltt, Minister Morning
service at lftiJft. evangelistic ermon by
Hev. George' W. Knepp of Franklin;
topic "The Love and the Severity of
(tod. Bible school at noon. Young
People's meeting at 41. Evangelistic
Servlr at 7 1, with tabernacle anna:
sermon by th psetor: theme, ""ho Are
too Chosen?" Evangelistic meeting on
Wednesday evening at I. Bible reading,
praise and teatlmony. .
St. Andrews. Fortr-flrst and Charles.
J. E. Florkbart, Vicar Holy Commim- I
Ion at I. Morning service at 11; subject, f
The t hrlstlan In Action. Sunday scnool
at :. Evening service subject, "Afraid
.All Saints.' Twenty-sixth Street' and
Dewey Avenue, T. J. MarkV, Hector
Holy communion at 7;.. Sunday school
at 10. Service and aermon at 11: topic,
"loyalty." The united -chorus of. All
Saints snd St.' Marys' Avenue church
will render a full choral service at 4.
ChOrch of th Good Shepherd. Twen
tieth snd Ohio, Rev. Thomis J. Collar,
Rector Hclv communion at 7:30. Church
school at-:.-' Morning prayer, litany
and aermcn at 11. Evening prayer wltn
Graoa I'nlted. Omrten Avenue and North 1
Twenty-sieventh street. Thomas M. Kv- J
sns, Pastor Sabbath school at 10. Tha i
pastor will b at th state Christian En- !
deavor convention at Norfolk and Mr I
Titus and Mr. -Hay lee will have charge'
r trie service at 11. A gospel team will
have charge of tha 7:) service. Key
stone league at :..
Flrat Cnlted. MJ0 Franklin. Ira Mo
Brlda. PasUir-Sermno at 11: subject,
"Temperance." Sermon 'at ?:); subject,
"Christianity's Appesl." A temperance
rally will take the Sunday school hour at
10. A. K. L, C. B. temperance rally at
ISO. Mission band, second Sunday of
each month at t m. Praver meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7:.
- St. Matthews' English, Nineteenth and
Castellar, Rev. (i. W. Snyder, pastor
Sundav school rslly at V. - Home mission
st ifl ). Luther league and preaching
et 7:. -
Our Savior's, Danish. Twenty-second
snd Leavenworth. T. B. Ammeratrop,
rsstor Sundsv -school at t.iX Services
at !:! and 1 11. Thursdsy at 1:11, Toung i
People's meeting. Friday .at 1:16, Bible
Clues. . . - ' . - ....
t. Mark'a English, Twentieth and Bur-i
dette. L. Groh. . Pastor Sermon at 11!
theme. "Martin Luthcr'a Birthday: Its
Influence." Recent Inn Of new members.
Evening at 7:), "Song of Triumph." Sun
day school at :4S. Young Pe.jple'a Chris
tian Endeavor at :4S, .Catechlsatlon
Kr daye, 4 to 740. ' , . ,., . ,
Immanuel, Nineteenth' and Cass, Hev.
Adolf Hult. Pastor Luther league con
vention service at 10. Sunday school at
11:4ft. . Toung Men's Blbls.clws. Rev.. A.
Hult, teacher, at a. Convention prorram.'
Closing convention, service at , which
also Is a -sons service. Wednesday even
ing. Men's society i at J. Ifolmgren, 2S23
Csss street. . ' '
St. Paul's, Twenty- fifth and Evans,
Rev.. K.- T Otto, Paetor Morning serv
ices st 10.. Evening. In English, at 7;):
theme. "Do Not Follow the Enemies of
the Cross of Christ". Sunday school at
11:10. New scholars and visitors always
welcome. Confirmation rlaaa on Tues
days at Enrollment stl)J open. Doct
tilnal lectures for the men's clasa, Thurs
days st 1 j .
Orsce English. 1SM South Twenty-sixth.
C. N. Swlhart. Minister Morning theme.
"What to Watch," at ,11. Evening, at ,
"A True Test of Faith." Sunday school
kt 10, ,T.- Fred Smith., superintendent.
Luthee'lrsrue at 7, Alfred Young, leader.
West Ieavenworth and Forty-olshth Bun
day school In hail at J:30. Cntechlsm
claass Thursday evenlns at I: Frtdev m
4:; Tuesday, at the home of Mr. Qroetchel,
un r:rct. . j
Kountae Memorial, Famam and Twenty-sixth.
Rev. Oliver D. Baltsly, Pastor;
Rev. C. Franklin Koch. Associate. Pas
tor Morning worship at J1. them. 'The
Rook of All Books." Evening, at I. "The
Power nf An Ahldlhe- Ham " Bin.a
school "at 1:45; Oscar P. Goodman, super-
inrenaeni. L,uiner league s.t 7. Branch
Sundsy school, Druid Hill, Twenty-fourth
street snd Ames avenue, t o'clock. -
Zlon. Thirty-sixth and Lafayette. A. T.
Ixwlmer, Pastor Bunday aehool at 1:45,
Morning service at 11. There will be no
evening sen-Ice on account of the Luther
league convention being held at the Im
manuel church, commencing Friday even
ing and continuing ihrough Sunday even
ing.1 Our paatm- will take part at the
afternoon aervlce. . , Prayer . meeting
Wednesday evening. Thursday evening,
ehoir practice. -Bible' clasa will meet
Thursday evening. In th church parlors.
Confirmation class meets Saturday after
noon at t o'clock.. i v.
i - - Methodist.
; Hanscom Park Rev. E. D. Hull, Pastor
Services at 11 and 7:4S. Evening sermon
topic; "The Saloonkeeper's Ledger."
! Pearl,' Twenty-fourth .8treet and 1 Lrl
mor Avenue, Pari K. Bowen, Pastor
Sunday school at M. ' Preaching at 11
snd' 7:30. . No ' Kpworth league meeting
owing to union' service at 7:90.- Baotlsm
Snd reception of members at both serv-
H e. uo-to-pmyer-meetlng nlht Wednes
day at 7:J0 Choir vlll meet Friday atfl
' Walnut' Hill.' Forty-first' and . Charles,
Oliver Keve,- M Inlster Services W:M and
7:30; Sunday school. .1); league. :.
Flrirt Swedish. Burt and Nineteenth.
Rev.- Gusts v- Frickson, - Pastor Sunday
Kliool at 10. Preaching servile at ll
Kpworth teagiTn Service at 4:30. Preach
ing servlc at 7:S0. . . ,' .',-
Hirst, Thtrtytfourth Street and Iri
more Avnnuc. Rev. Thomas Blthetl, Pas
torSunday school at 1A- Mernlng service
at a. Kp forth league at 1:10. ISvenlng
service at 7:t0. - '
. Cerman Kleventh and Center, Rev. .O.
i. J steer. Pastor Sunday school at ' 10.
Frank Meyer, aupertniendent. Holy com
munion at 11. 'when Hev. KdwariWiaJlen
bach will stieak. 'BlUy',' Sunday, echo
mee.lng at 7:. 1 I"; , V , .
Oak Street, South Twentieth' and' OaJc.
Rsv. . T. C. Webster. Pastor Sunday
school at l:4S. Sermons by the psstor at
II sen s. junior league at a, tspworth
lea sue at 7.- P raves meetlna . and Bible
study Wednesday evening at
Diets Mstnorlst. Tenth and Pierce. Rev.
C: N. Dawaon. Pastor Sunday achuol at
l:5. Preaching at 11, sermon to old folks.
Epwor'h league at 4:W. Preaching at 7. SO.
evangeliatlo aervloM. Dr. E. A. Van Fleet
win sing at tha old folks' service at IL
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at i.
' MoCabe, Fortieth and'Farnsm. Rev. W.
H. Underwood, Pastor Morning servlc
at 11, sermon by tti . pastor. Evening
Servlc at 7 SO. Sunday school at 1:4a,
Mra. Cntrlkln, superintendent. .Adult Bl-
Pi Class at :b, John Lwls, teacher.
Epaorth leagu at !:. Mrs fc-tnel Thorpe,
president. Kesular meettns of tha Blhle
clsss at James Trlbilcock's home, 4h'JI
California street, Tuaeday venlng at 7;X
Flrat, Twentieth and Davenport, Rev.
Titua Ixwe, Minister Sundsy school -at
4& graded Bible classes for all ages.
T. F. Uturgess, auperintendent. Morning
worship . at, U.. theme, "Tha American
Vsuiptre." Kpworth league at 4:i, meet
ing for all young people. Evening wor
ship at I:V- tlveme, Th Thing Christ
Could Not Do." Kvsngellstlo aervlce In
th evening. Opportiiiilty to unite with
the church at both service.
Clifton Hill. Grant and Forty-fifth.
Rev. B. R. Yonder Llup. Paktor Sunday
oheol at M, At 11. "liungar After Right-
eounea.- . cnnatian - .naever , at so.
At 7 regular preaching aervlce by tha
pastor. ' - ...
First. I' at Toung Men' a Christian .As
sociation, Hv. ifwln Hart Jonhs. D. IX,
Pastor Morning servlc at W.ax Even
ing servlc at 7:iX bndeavor society
meets at paator i house at IS. Sunday
School follow log morning servlc. . .
Fatrvlew. - Pratt and - Fortieth BIW
school at I. - Afternoon worhlp at a
Kev. Court of the Preabytsnan seminary
will piwach. Midweek eervice. Wednes
day at th church. tideavcr. Friday at
th horn of Mr. Harvey. Forty-fourth
and Pratt. . '
' First, Twenty-first and Fjnmet. Ray.
A. C Douglass, Pastor Morning worship
at JO 'SO, "How W Know th Bible I
the Word of God." Kvenlng worship at
7 . "liyes That See Not; Krs Tbat
Hear Not," Bibl school ai nooev Toung
People' nveatmc at Sw. , ,
Central. Twenty-fourth and Dodg, Rev.
Hugh B, Speer, Pastor Miming worship
t lv SO. srrmos bv pastor, "How te Com
o thr't." Sabbath school at noon.
Toung People's Hireling at 4:sU Rven.
In orshlp at 7 SO, gospel team. Fl E.
Thomsa, U. W. Vawtsn Mr. Ida Waltera
- Low Avenue, loa North Fnrtlth, Rav.
A. K. Krnsu Minllr Kwilon meeting
to receive meiul-er at 10. Prenrhlns: i
l'i. "An Fssmtile to the Flock." Sab-
rath school st 12. Juit or r.ndeavor
Clety at 1 , SeoloY Kndravor society a
( So. Preaching st ":?0, "Psrdon Offered."
' Dundee. Flfleth snd t'ndcrwr.nJ. Rv.
Ilsrry B. Foster, Pastor Sunday school
at :4S. Men's Bible clas at 10. Chris
flan Endeavor , at :4i. , Public worahlp
at 11. -rmon therhe: "The Bull With
the Horns." Bvenlng at T .- Subject,
-Putting First Things First."
North, Twenyt-fourth and Wirt. . Rev.
M. V. H'sbee, pastor Morning worship
St 11. communion snd reception of mem
bers. Sahbsth school st 45. Junior En
deavor at 4. Young People S Society f
Christian F.ndeavor at S:0. Evening
preaching service at ":?. Fellowship
meeting. Wednesday evening t 7:46.
Chtirrh of the Covenant, Pratt and
Twenry-sevenf h. -Charles H. Flemlns;.
pastor Morning worship at 10:!), "An
T'nhresksble Chsin." Bible school at
noon. Kndeavor st Ii4f. Evening wor
ship at 7 SO. "The Glorloua Gospel "
Gospel services, Wednesday evening st
7 .10. Recentlon of members at all these
servlcea ladles' Aid. Frlds,v afternoon
at the church.
Castellar Street, Sixteenth and rteU
lar. Rev. C. C. feek. Pastor Services
at 11 and a Sshbsth school ,t Jun
ior Christian Endeavor st :''. Intermed
Inte Christian Endeavor st 1:30. P !,
Chrlstl) Endeavor ot 7. Prayer meting,
Wedneaday at 7;Jo. Preparalory service,
Friday 'evening. November ID. at 7 10,
Rev. H. B. Speer. pastor of Central
Cnlted Presbyter. an -church -will preavh.
Flrst. Benson. Rev. At .T. Mcflnng, Pas
tor1 Similar school st 10. Morning wOr
shift st 11, communion aervlce. Junior
Christian Fnrteavor at S, Christian En
deavor at S-o. Evening worshln at 7:is.
subject. "How Enter 'the Kingdom?"
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening st
. The brotherhood meets Thurs jay even
ing at ,:3o, for fellowship "dinner and- to
begin a course In Bible sudy. .K ,
'Westminster. Mason and Twenty-ninth,
Rev. James Franklin Young. pastor
Morning worshln at lO:0. tlieme ."OHeA.
lance to th Heavnl. Vision.", Bible
sohool . at noon. Evening Toung Peo
ples' meeting at :f0. topic, -"How -th
Denomination May l , l.-nlte-T for. Srv
Ice." Turning " worship s t 'T:). them'.
'A i Soul'a Decision." Midweek praver
servlo. Wednesday at 7:48.. . i . ,
M'eeellnwreiwei t ' -
- Swedish- Hoflneas. ; Flft V-sscond anA
leaven worth, Rey, C.. O. Suberg. Pastor
Hey. Aiwust N ' Nllson.' Portland Ore .
will preach in the morning at 11. and
evening at 7:4. Sundsv school at 10.
Toung people's meeting at 4:30.
Chicago Street Mission. 11 Chicago,
Rev. C. G. Stuherg.. Superintendent Rev.
Atlrust N. K-ltaon evaneellat PnHlanl
Ore , will conduct services -every-evening
In the mission at I. ' ,
Dr. T. Wilklns. Assemhlr Hall, City Ns
tlonal Bank Building - Sixteenth end Har
ney Subject, "The Religion . of . the. Fu,
ture." Sunday evening at 7:45.
Harford Memorial- United Brethren,
NlneteenOl and Lothrnp, W. O. Jones,
Minister Sermon by the. pastor at 11. Re
ception of members. ' Evangelistic service
at 7 SO. Recentlon of member.- Bible
school at 10. Christian Endeavor at :).
Prayer meeting Wednesday, evening at L
Unlon Gospel Mission, 1305 Douglas;
Telephone Douglas ifcrb ; A: M. Perry.
Superintendent; D. E.. .Cleveland. Busi
ness Manager Regular rescue mission
services every night with special preach
ing service Sunday at I and 7. Com
and help with testimony.. music. or talk.-
Peoples, IIS North Eighteenth, Rev.
Chsrles- W. Savidge, Pator Morning,
rS"1" from on HTgh." Evening, "The
431ft of God." Gospel meeting Thursday
evening. . Bible study Friday evening.
Sunday school at noon.
Omaha Holiness Assorts now "W. .' E.
Foshler. President Services at 8:S0 at
Fh-sr United Evangelical, yTwenty-fourth
and Franklin.- '
National Fontenelle. M14 Cuming, Mrs.
Ella Gardiner, Message Bearer rfervlce
Sunday and Thursday evenings- at t:U.
J: W. Woodrough speaks to tha Omaha
Philosophical aoclety at I Sunday aiter
poon on the aubloct "Tariff Barrfsrs and
war. The society meets In hall No. J,
Le-bor tempi. : -.-
i Htinday afternoon at I there will be a
lobby meeting for young men with Dr.
WO. Henry, as th apeaker. Subject,
True Ideals ot .Business, and 'Profes
sional Honor." At 4 men's meeting. Rev.
ft. -L. Wheeler,- speaker. Subject. '"The
Transformed Life1' ' - " '
First Reformed, Twenty-third ; Street
and Deer Park Boulevard. John F. Hawk,
Pastor Sunday school at :48; Dr. H.
Busman, Superintendent. Morning Wor
f!,lP at 11. Theme. "The Victory --of
Fa(th." Mission band at a Christian En
deavor at 7. Evening worship at a
Thems, "Th Ckl of Oraos." '
The Associated Bible Students will
meet In the Lyric bulldlrur, Nineteenth
and Famam, Sunday at t. R. L Homan
will lecture. Additional meeting: Mon.
day night at 7:a; topic. "Oaly On Tru
Gosper ' Tuesdsy night at 7:30, "In the
New Dispensation Perfect Men to Rule"
by C A. Wl, Brooklyn, N. T.
Reorganised Chorch of Jesus Christ of
ifftr Dv Saints, Twenty-fourth and
Ohio Sunday sohool norms! clasa at .
Sunday school at ;46. Preaching at 11.
Religio service at :9. Preacnlng ny
Paul N: Craig at a At the Moose hall,
South Omaha. Sunday school at 11 and
preaching- atV . 1
SURE THING BET COSTS
RANCHER FORTY THOUSAND
j ' - - r- " ' 1
CHICAGO,"-Nov.' 11. Dudley Whlta, a
rancher of Limestone, Mont., sought ths
aldi Of the DOlIC tOdar In recovering
I10.aoo he had, bet on .a horse race with
rour men he had met In St. Paul. Minn.,
October 17. ' - v
White aald he had won a few 15 beta
In St. ' Paul and then came . te 'Chicago
with them to make .a. big, clean-up on a
aura thing. He bet 110,001) at: four t one,
he said, and hla horse won. He waited
unt'l he got tired In a downtown hotel for
the kind friends to' nrlng him the 140,000
today and then wnt'to the police..' ,.
DRS. swanSon and pinTo -
; UPON THE PENSION BOARD
(From . a Staff Oorreapondent ) '
" WASHINGTON. .Nov. U-rtSpeclftl Tel
egram.) On- the recommendation of Con
gressman Lobeck, Drs.c. L. F. Swan son
and A. S. Pinto have . .been ' appointed
members of the pension examining sur
geon board at Omaha. - . ,
I : - - 'i
Parpl Cashier . Goae. i
CHICAGO,- Now. ll-Frankiln K. Jack
son, bookkeeper ana cashier for North
weatem - university, hss boon ' mlssmg
since Monday, it was announced tonight.
Hla acoounta were certified July 1, 13li,
ann were rounq in perrect conoitton.
A Simple Horns Treatment TW Haa
: Sroaght Joy to Thouaiuls Is '
: the Famous Prramid ' '
" Pile Treatment
How badly de you want rellefT Ho
?ou want It enough to go to th small
roubl of m ail Ing th below cour-oa
for a free trial of tae pyramid t'iim
TV ryraaaU Saall fraaa a Umgl
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-Thousands bsv rpertd ta u thatr
srra Joy at having bn 14 to try
this great treatment and. at th re
markable rwsult it produced In their
eaaea B fair to yourself. . Olv
Tourself th to get walL.Mall
h coupon -r go t any drug
stor and purchase a aOe bo or Pyra
mid Pile Trtoint.
PTBAMIO DRCO COMPACT.'
aal Pyramid Kid.. MarshalU Mloa.
Klndlr send ta a Pre sample of
rtieli isS.ln piata wrsyiper.
city.. :..r Stat.'.......'.
: GIVE UP APE-MAH
fcity and Conntr Officeri of Kanus
' . Town Willing; to Let Hanier
Be Tried ia Omaha.
QUESTION NOW UP TO T0PEKA
. WICHITA, Kan., Nov. II. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Uw enforcement
officers' of Wichita and 8edgwick
county have failed to agree jet on
what disposition will be made of Art
Haugef. A meeting was held Fri
day ' afternoon, but no action was
taken. ' Hanser ls being held in the
county Jail on a .warrant charging
the .theft . of diamonds and has not
been arraigned before the city court.
This wilt not be dons until it is de
cided .whether to keep' him here or
Boti- ' : V' ' ' '--"-
.Moat 'of .th '..Wichita offlcera ex
press themselves willing to, let him
be taken to Omaha. It ia the con
eensug of 'opinion that this will be
don, if Topeka, which also wants
Hanger, relinquishes all Ita claims.
Wichita will reserve the right to get
Hauser back If Omaha falls to con
vict him for the murder ot Smith." '
Hauser was identified here Friday
by .Mrs. J. C. Wheeler as the man
who entered her home, robbed her
of several hundred dollars worth of
diamonds, and then forced her to
ride about the city with him in a
Melissa Woodford. 16 years old,
also Identified' Hauser as the man
who took her from a party'of friends
on. September 19 and walked her for
one and one-half hours about the
city. - He also tried to attack her.
Hauser was told Friday by a fel
low prisoner In the county jail that
he, waa going to be sent to Omaha.
He said that he did not want to go
to Omaha and wanted to be tried In
Wichita for his crimes.
Hangr a Itegr.
ABERDEEN. Miss.. Nov. I. John Tay
lor, a negro, charged; with having fired
at a deputy, sheriff, who was attempt
ing o arrest anomer negro, was taken
from Jail here last nlcht bv a mob of
masked men' and bis body was found to
day, swinging from a bridge.
. fottoat Merrkast Dies.'
LIVERPOOL., Nov. 11 Robert Wool.
fnden, head of Woolfenden, Thompson
w .u uuii';u uirnuiinia, qifq npra today,-
Mr. . Woolfenden was formerly in
tn oouon Business in Memphis, Ualven
ton and New Tork. i .
i I . . . i . ; '. r
i , Iowa "Jews Jfo tee.
DENlSONVTh treasurer Is retfuatrur to
psy county warrants on' account of lack
of funds.- He Is stamplnsr the warrants
present, ."No Funda," and from that data
('per cnt Interest attaches. The banks
are discounting tn warrants at rates
wh'eh will give them ( per cent Interest.
This condition of affairs may last until
next March. ' ''..
6AC CITT Invitation have been issued
to the marriage on November H of Miss
Clare. Persons, for the last two years a
teacher tn the Sac City public schools,
to C. M. Mohler, who is at the. head of
the Lake View Ice and Supply company
at IJt View. The ceremony ta to take
puva In Sac City at th ome of Mr. and
Mr.. J.. M. .Persons, parents of tha bride-to-be.
DKNISON) The . Denlsoo Commercial
cluh and many othera are taking actlv
mean to raise the funda to secur from
the Lincoln Highway asaoolatlon free
cement, f on building two miles of paved
Tad In Crawford county. Mr. Cornwall,
president of the Crawford County bank,
has donated tl.000 toward the fund. There
Is .a good prospect that the paving can
be secured. Already cement culverts on
offla'al grades have been placed on the
Lincoln nigh way. '
RA'C CTTT Hooper, Kimball and Will
iams. Doston Investors, have purchased
the light and power- plant of the So o
City. Electric company, and have taken
Immediate possession. The plant will be
operated under the name of ,C. H. Utter,
agent, until, the formation of a ' cor
poration Is completed by the purchasers.
M. . w; . Delnlnger. for many years the
manager of the local plant, has-been
engaged as manager for ths new com
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The Wheat Market is np and there' ia every indication for High- Prices on Floor. Monday we will uU
the beet high grade Diamond H. Flour, made from the beat selected wheat, nothing finer 21 - OP
for bread, plea, cakea or biscuits, put up In 48-LH. iACKS a?loD
every aaca guaranieea to give
IT- lb, ibeat pure (granulated Sugar
10 bar Beat 'Bm All. 'Diamond C. or
, Laundry Queen Whit Laundry
: Soap for ." S3
I' lb. bt Whit or . Tellow Con-
- meal for- i ' . . . .IV
1 Fba. best Rolled Whit Breakfast
Oatmeal for S3
T . beat bulk Laundry Starch. .81
4'hara Ivory Boap ......'.. IS
4 lbs. beat Pearl Twntoca. Lima Uee
or fancy Japan Rice for SSe
Th best domestic Macaroni, Vermi
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Ko. ; cne Waa,. String' or Oreon.
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. Gallon can Goldn Table Syrup. .38
Gallon can Can or Maple Pyrup. 8Bo
Gallon cans Tomatoes or Puntpklns
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Gallon -cane Peaches . or Pears 33
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ARE THOjGHT SAFE
Official Communication Seti at Eeit
Feari that Forces Had Been
. Cut Off.
TROOPS OCCUPY . DEFENSES
TARIS. Nov. 13. The' Serbian
legation io Paris today made public
the following official communication
from. the Serbian government, dated
November 10: '
. ' The Serbian troops have occu
pied in good order defenses to the
south and eat of Krallevo and east
of Ivagnitza. and also east of the left
bank of tbe Morava river and south
ward, where there . waa desperate
fighting throughout the day on the
10th. Engagements continue east
of.Onilan upon the river Leskovltza,
upon the DInatckka and at Katcha
ilk." '.; . .
; The Serbian official communication, the
first received since last Monday,- shows
that the Serbians on ' the 10th had not
been cut off between Krallevo and Nlsh.
An Italian newspaper dispatch sstd there
were grounds for fesr that such was the
case. .,...' .
Good Horses Are
Scarce in Panama
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
. PANAMA. Oct. K Much difficulty Is
being .experienced by the Cnlted Ststee
troops In obtaining good horses for the
various branches of the service In the
canal zone. Very few of the animals
raised In Panama sre either high or
heavy enough for the requirements of
Recently lieutenant Joseph A, . Mar
mon, side de csmp to Brigadier General
Clarence R, Edwards, - commanding the
Panama canal troops, trade a trip . to
the province of Chlrlqul bo obtain horses.
Out of more than 200 examined only
eleven came anywhere near the army
specifications. All of them were under
fourteen bands high.
' Oeneral Edwards made a trip to Cbata
Rica, where he purchased a few animals,
but they also are not quite up to the
army specifications. - Army officers be
lieve it will be necessary to obtain re
mounts from either Chile or Jamaica,
but the latter market, because of tha
wsr. Is now temporarily closed.
FOOD PRICES IN LONDON .
. SHOW ONE-THIRD ADVANCE
(Correspondenc of the Associated Press.)
LONDON, Oct. Z2. London food .prices
have to date shown a general Increase of
per cent since the begnning of the
wr. " ...
, Except for a panle rise at the very be
ginning of the war. prices have mounted
with a disquieting and unrelaxlng steadi
ness) at the rate of a little more than 1
per cent a month since ths war begn.
Tbe largest r'se . tojk p ac list May,
mainly on account of a sudden Jump In
the price of meat It Is thought that the
new taxea -on Imported articles will raise
this percentage - of increase. Present
prices have never been equalled In Eng
land with the exception- of th .peitid
from 1871 to 19TT, which waa a time .of
peace and prosperity. There was at that
time no Interference with trade, and the
high prices which extended to all com
modities were due not to a short supply,
but to extraordinary demand.
: Most luxa-ies are comparatively cheap.
The price : caviar Is the same as It was
two years ago. Grouse can be bought at
76 cents a brace, hares at ST cents, large
pineapples at , IT cents, and ' hothouse
grpes at 18 cents a pound. '
City of Seattle A arrow nd.
' SEATTLE. Wash., Nov. IS. Th steam
ship City of Seattle ran aground In Gran
ville channel. R. C, early today, but was
floated this- afternoon and proceeded to
Prince, Rupert. B, C, under Ita own
steam, convoyed by the steamer Princess
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DODGE4 DOUQLAS STREETS
Gallon can Blackberries B5e
Hershey' Breakfast Cocoa, lb. . .BOO
MacLaren'a Peanut Butter, lb..l3Ha
K. C. Corn Flake, pk. ...fto
-Gran Nuts, pkg too
'The best Soda or. Oyster Crackers,
per lb. .T
cans Oil Sardine ISO
Th best Tea Sifting.; lb. 18H
Choice uncolored Japan, English
- Breakfast or gunpowder Tea, per
Golden Santo Coffee, a fin drink.
' per lb. Oo
'Msricaibo Blnd. coffe of qualltv.
. fti aroma. pr lb ..8So
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Tlrst Quality, lrht Ooods aad
. Lovsn Frioes.
Th heat Creamery . Butter, carton,
per lb. 30
Th beat Creamery Butter, bulk, per
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery- B'lt-
ter. per lb .....87
Fancy Pairy Tab) Butter, lh.... .33
URGE U.S. MAKE BOOZE
AND SELL ITAT COST
WACO. Te.. Nov. It -Social tats of
Texss, In session here today, adopted a
platform which contains the recommend
ation that the manufacture or sale of
liquor In' TeTtas be msde a felony.
The federal government waa urged to
manufacture liquor to be sold to th con
sumer at cost.
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After Meals and Kat Mid Drink
Anything Yon Feci Like. .
tend for JTBXB Trial Paokara.'
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i ' t
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So much . depends on the propei
nee ot a remedy, that we never tlra
of reminding our customers that
To jet tbe beat result. take
"Seventy-Seven" at the very begin
ning of a Cold.
If you wait until -you - begin' ta
cough and sneese, it may take longer.
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: A . small - rial of pleasant pellets,
fits the vest pocket. '
tte and - $1.00 at all droggtatav er
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' The beat, strictly fresh Eggs, nor
Th beat No. 1 Storasw Egr', dos. 39
Th bt Full Crcsm N. Y. Whits,
Wisconsin Cream or Young; Amer
ica Cheese, per lb an
t lba. good Buttorlne for. I ." Ba
I lba. good Table Butterlne for... 30
raney Table Butterlne, equal to
creamery butter, lb. .88
1918 BTw Ot-op Bagllsh Wain,
Monday, per lb. 17H
Tokay Grapea. baakot.. So
II lb. Beat Red River Ohio Pota
toes for !
11 1. good Cooking Apple 1
11 lb. Jonathan Kattng Apple... 16
Fancy Wisconsin . Cabbag. lb 1
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bundle fresh Radishes So
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Fancy Head Lettuce BcTK
t stalks freah Celery... 6
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4 bunch freeh Beets, Carrot or
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