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T1W HKK: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1915.
Syrup of Figs
For Cross, Sick
Look, Mother 1 Is tongue
coated, breath hot and
Harmless "fruit laxative" best
to clean tender liver
OF THE AFTERMATH
Will Allow No Pestimiitio Utter
ancet in Connection with the
MINISTERS PAY THEIR DUES
Omaha ministers are so enthusiastic
and happy over the results and fu-
Mothers can mt easy after Riving "Cal
ifornia gyrup of Figs," because in a few
hours all the elogged-up waste, sour bile
and fermenting food Rentlr moves out of
the bowels, and you have a well, playful
child again. Children simply will not
take the time from play to empty their
bowels, and they become tightly packed,
liver gets sluggish and stomach disor
dered. When cross, feverish, restless, see If
tongue Is coated, then give this delicious
"fruit laxative." Children love It, and
It can not cause Injury. No difference
what ails your little one If full of cold,
or a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomachache,
bad breath, remember, a gentle "Inside
cleansing" should always be the first
treatment given. Full directions for
babies, children of all ages and grown
ups are printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "Cal
ifornia Syrup of Figs," then look care
fully and see that It Is made by the "Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Company." We make
no smaller ' fixe. Hand back with con
tempt any other fig syrup. Advertisement.
Omaha Boy Goes to
Teach in Mission
Schools of Chile
C. A. I'eake. 1M4 South Thirty-sixth
street, has received word from his son
Claude that he has been transferred In
the Methodist mission work from Bo
livia, South America, where he was
originally assigned, to the southern part
of Chile In a town railed Conception.
Young rrake Is teaching In the Metho
dist mlaalon schools under the direction
... , , h ' and management of the foreign Mission
lurt. proapecia vi iu wrui ,, of th, RIethf,dl(lt church.
Sunday campaign that they refuse to The youYg man finished the theologl
be at all DeaslmlsUc or allow anyone i cal course in a college in the east last
to "throw cold water" on the out
look. At a meeting of the Omaha Minis
terial union at the Young Men's
Christian association Incidental re
marks by two ministers, which were
at first misunderstood to be pessimis
tic In nature, were met with a storm
of protest, and several preachers took
the floor at once to explain away the
apparent cloud on the levtval results
Tt started when Rev. A. n. Marshall,
president of the Omaha Presbyterian
Theological seminary, chanced to remark
that "there seems to be a tremendous chlllv w,era of the lake.
spring, married a Boston girl soon after.
came to Omaha for a visit to his rela
tives and then returned east to sail for
Three Are Baptized
in Cold Water at
Carter Lake Sunday
One hundred members of the Latter
Day Saints gathered on the shore of
Cs:ter Lake Sunday afternoon to witnem
the Immersion of a boy, man and woman,
the, ceremonial requiring the trio to be
dipped until completely covered by the
discrepancy between the number of tab
ernacle trail-hitters and the number of
people who have joined the churches since
the revival campaign.
Notes the Dlnerepaney.
"With 13,000 converts claimed at the
tabernacle," Rev. Mr. Marshall said, "and
only 8,900 new members so far Joining the
churches, there seems to be much yet to
be done by the churches. It seems to be
a very poor ehowing from to many pro
Immediately several ministers took up
the challenge. Rev. F. T. Rouse of the
First Congregational church, who was
conducting a discussion at the Ministerial
I i nlon's meeting on "Results of the Cam-
Commissioner Hummel provided a fire
for the tiew communicants after their
cold bath. Miss Nettle Ossman missionary
of Rlgby, Idaho, assisted in the service.
palgn and Conservation Work to Follow."
'Talk about light,
fluffy, tempting; and
wholesome jelly Rolls,
Cakes, Biscuits and other
good things! Myl bat
certainly beat the band
for sure results for
purity, economy and
Tell your mother to try
Calumet Baking Pow
der on the money-back
Receive High Award fj
Hrm Cm! t-i tnr M
V f m tliftn rmmd CU M
IB TT mmmmmi mm li
Offers an exceptional opportu
nity to anyone who wishes to
purchase a used car. We have
marked down the prices on all
of our used cars to make it pos
sible to dispose of them In a
hurry, as we need the space for
new cars. .Our selection of
used cars ranges from Ford and
Dodge to Chalmers and Pierce
Arrow. You can save money by buy
ing one of these cars right now.
If you cannot call In person
write for list of cars and prices.
Distributors of Chalmers and
2048-52 Farnam Street .
Pierre-Arrow Motor Oars.
Unl0 you may mHORLIOK'Stm
us ouy got a Substltuia,
made, an explanation in reply to Rev,
1 "At least SO per cent of the trall-hltters
were re-consecratlons," he declared. Then
i Rev. Titus Lowe of the First Methodist
church, who was chairman of the evan
gelistic committee, sought to further ex
plain the situation by saying:
"Many of the trail-hitters went up the
sawdust aisles just in fun. or on a dare,
or for the mere purpose of shaking hands
with Mr. Pur.day. Many also were from
out of the city, and of course would not
Join Omaha churches."
Again Rev. Mr. Rouse took the floor.
evidently not satisfied with Rev. Mr.
Lowe's remark about hitting the trail in
fun or daring, of for the chance of shak
ing hands -with the revivalist.
Want No Pessimistic Talk.
"Let's not have any pessimistic talk
here." Rev. Mr. Rouse aald. "Pessimism
haa no place in the wake of evangelism.
Enthusiasm and gospel work are what
we wane now."
Then Rev. Mr. Marshall and Rev. Mr.
Lowe explained that they were just as
enthusiastic as any other ministers, but
merely wanted to emphasise the fact
that there Is still a wide gap between
the number of trall-hltters and the num
ber of new church members, and that
there is much yet for the churches and
preachers to do.
"This great revival. Instead of ending,
haa just begun," asserted Rev. Mr.
Rouse. "The campaign itself waa fought
out on our knees and was the result of
prayer and a remarkable man. ' The
future results will be far greater than
the results so far.
Seea Results Csmlsg,
"United, co-operation, broader-minded-neas,
brotherly love and mutual helpful
ness among the pastors and all man
kind are following In the wake of the
seven weeks campaign.'
Rev. Charles E. Cobbey of the Flrat
Christian church said that one of the
chief results he noticed in the Ministerial
union, of which he la secretary-treasurer,
la that there is a wonderful revival of
willingness on the part of the ministers
to pay their dues. He waa kept busy
writing receipts, which were unusual, he
In subsequent discussion of the
"Billy" Sunday campaign, which partook
of the nature of a thanksgiving and
praise service, the assembled preachers
told how many new members they had
received and what they had learned or
bow thay bar benefited in the revival
campaign. Following were some of the
Wife Liked Saaday- Better.
Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, First Pres
byterian church "The way to preach
Is to give the people the puie, simple
gospel. My wire liked 'Billy' Sunday's
preaching better than my own, because
it was more straight, simple gospel. The
greatest thing Mr. Sunday did h re wis
to put the liquor question up to the
people of the state. I am In favor of
following up his anti-booce crusade with
all our heart."
Rev. F. W. Leavltt, Plymouth Congre
gational church "It la not necessary to
beat around the bush In personal work
Rev. J. A. Maxwell, Cavalry Bapt at
church "I find that people can go to
church If they want to, even If the
weather la bad, their health poor, the
preacher long-winded or the set nun
militant. One woman told me she didn't
get faint In a big crowd like she did in
a little one."
Rev. A. F. Ernst. Lowe Avenue Pres
byterian church "Men will do church
work, if they are asked."
Rev. E. D. Hull, Hanscom Park
Methodist church "Earnealnese In
preaching gets the results. Mr. Sun
day's earnestness was what drew the b g
crowds and secured the train-hitters."
Rev. H. B. Spear, Central United Pres
byterian church "The future of the work
depends on our hold upon Ood. Future
work will magnify the results."
Rev. J. F. Hawta First Reformed
Church "Parents sometimes stand in the
way of child trall-hltters joining the
Rev. W. R. Hill. South Side Baptist
Church "Christian song is powerful In
gospel work. The future depends upon
our emphasis of the gospel. We must
not become Indifferent."
Rev. A. C. Douglas, First United Pres
byterian Church "People are studying
the Bible more than ever before.".
Rev. Mr. Douglas told of one woman
of S3 years who professed Christianity
and was baptised as a result of the
Sunday campaign. Rev. Mr. Lowe told
of a convert 71 years old.
Reports of over J. CM) trall-hltters at the
Syracuse revival on Sunday alone were
wildly applauded by the ministers. A
number of pastors were taken Into mem
bership In the Ministerial unlou.
"Win My Chum" Plan
Tried at South Side
Rev. J. Walter Morris. tie new pastor
of Grace Methodist church, Twenty-rflfth
and E streets. South Side, Is pleased
with the results that have followed the
. Sunday Tabernacle, meetings. Since the
'close of these meetings 100 Mrsona have
united with tho church and there are
still more to come.
This week the Epworth league of the
Grace Methodist church is observing the
"Win My Chum" Idea that has been so
successful elsewhere and good results are
anticipated among the young people.
Meetings will be held In the church each
evening during the week. Sunday night
at the regular services Rov. Mr. Morris
commenced a series of evening talks to
young men, to continue each Sunday
evening up to and Including December 5.
He talked on "A Young Man In the
City." The topic next Sunday night will
be "A Young Man and His Tempeta-tlor.a."
Forty-Nine Paitori Report Oaia of
2,695 New Members at Ee
suit of Sunday Campaign.
ALL GAINS NOT TURNED IN
A total of about S.SOO new members
have been gained by the churches of
Greater , Omaha as a result of the
"Billy" Sunday revival, according to
estimates made at this morning's
meeting of the Omaha Ministerial
Forty-nine pastors made reports of
gains in their enrollment. Actual
new members totaling 2,695 were re
ported. Rev. F. T. Houie, presiding,
said that about 25 per cent of the
gains from the revival bad not been
reported, making the grand total
membership gain of the evangelical
churches about S.SOO.
These churches reported the follow
ing accessions of members since the
"Billy" Sunday campaign:
no Swedish 75
IS St. Mark's 14
TERIAN. M First I1
70 central St
20 South Side S3
Two Auto Accidents
Reported to Police
Pat Linahan, an Itinerant, was struck
at Thirteenth and Harney streets at noon
by an automobile piloted by Oeorge B.
Wright, a Council Bluff attorney. He
was bruised up a bit and was taken to
the police station for emergency treat
ment Pete Mancuso. S-year-otd son of N.
Menruao. Twenty-second and Pierce
streets, was standing on the running
board of a Marsh Marsh truck which
had stopped In front of his home and
the driver etsrted Ms rar without notic
ing the youngster. When the truck was
traveling along at a fairly rapid rate,
the tot attempted to Jump off with the
result that he fell and a rear aheel of
tho vehicle passed over one leg. Ills
Injuries are not critical and he was taken
home by the police ambulance.
Berg Smll Mm
MANY NEW MEMBERS FROM
BIG Y. M. C. A. CAMPAIGN
Although 644 members were counted as
additions to the enrollment of the Young
Men's Christian association during last
week's membership campaign, there
really has been a gain of oe members.
Secretary Ralph Yoeman says. The dif
ference of fifty-eight were men wro filed
applications, but did not pay the fees.
nd were therefore not counted in the
contest. The association's total member
ship is now about 2.800. which places
the Omaha association far ahead of other
associations In cities of Omaha's else.
2) Cnstellnr S
Westminster .... W
First W Covenant 40
Central perk.... 40I,owe Avenue.... 47
Hillside M Dundee M
Plymouth 7 Flrat K
METHODI9T. North irt
First 140 Third
Diets Memorial.. 48 Benson 7
Hanamm Park.. 7R Florence 75
MoCabe 42 South Side 100
Pearl Memorial. KM M I St KLL A N KOI J 8.
Hirst Memorial. 77 Reformed H
Trinity ri First United
Jennings .17 Evangelical ... U
Benson M United Brethren 60
South Side inn St. John's
Iiefler Memorial 10 African 10
Swedish 2A Mount Zion
German 12 African IS
Grand Total Reported ;.'96
KICKS ON BIRTH OF NATION
START COUNCIL TO ACTION
The city council committee of the whole
recommended for passage an ordinance
designed to regulate public exhibitions
which have features tending to create
race hatred or riots. The measure w.U
be passed next week. Persons objecting
to scenes In "The Birth of a Nation"
asked for the passage of this ordinance.
FOUR ARE BOUND OVER
TO THE DISTRICT COURT
wr.llnm Owen and Joseph Klnnolt
chanted with the theft of a barrel of
whisky valued at 1 100, were bound over
to the district court, with bonds fixed at
James Hansen and John Olsen. 701
Leavenworth street. who assaulted
James Sullivan of the same address,
putting out his left eye. were bound
over to the district court, with bonds
fixed at $760 each. Sullivan's eye waa
torn clear from his bead and rolled some
feet from the spot where the assault occurred.
A Baby's Birthday.
Baby's coining la anticipated with
great Joy, and it is of the utmost im
portance that great care la taken to
make this important event a happy
Mother's Friend, applied external
ly and to be had of all druggists, is
of the greatest value for it robs child
birth of its agonies and dangers,
make the mother comfortable ana
helps make baby strong, healthy and
vigorous. It is effective and depend
able and has been used successfully
for many years. Definite instructions'
are furnished with each bottle.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
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The right weaves and colorings
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Overcoats of chinchilla,
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Fur collar Overcoats.
Astrakhan collar Overcoats.
Plain black Melton and
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to . i '
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81ft McCagtie llulldlng, lllth aJid Itodjce 8ta Omaha, Nebraaka.
Piano Emily Weeks Deomgoole, Sophie Nostlts-Nalmska.
Violin Luella Anderson.
Pupils may enter at any time. Telephone. Red 4496.
For terms, address, Brownell Hall, Omaha.
CONTRACT FOR NEW COAD
HOTEL IS GIVEN TO BECK
Alex Beck has been awarded the con
tract for the erection of the Coad hotel
building to be built at Seventeenth and
Jackson streets for the Coad Real Estate
and Investment company. The contract
price is 140,000. Three stories and base
ment . are railed for In the plans. The
hotel la to have forty-eight rooms and
four apartments. The building Is to be
60x80 feet In dimensions.
Of Daughter. Redan WhhRash.
Spread More and More. In
flamed. Gould Not Sleep.
A Room for the Roomer, or a Roomer
for the Koom. Bee Want Ada lo tne
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SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My daughter bad her arm covered with
an eruption like erseina. It began with a
rash and spread mure and more, and waa
Inflamed. It Itched
especially when her
clothlnc came in coo
tact with It, and sha
could not sleep. 8ha
siTatched and her arm
was sore for a whole
"I sew Outlcnra
Boap and Ointment
advertised so I snot for a free sample.
Seeing, what good results I received I
purchased a bar of Soap and a box of Oint
ment. Ia a week's Uine her arm waa
healed." (Signed) Mrs. A. Young. R. F. O.
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If advertised goods were not
quality products and would not
please and hold the trial customers
the publicity secures, it would be a
waste of money to advertise.
Omaha manufacturers have no fear
that trial customers will not be
come permanent or that they will not be
able to cash-in on their advertising for
Omaha-Made Goods are Quality Products
In fact, Omaha Manufacturers only ask
that you give their goods a fair trial. If
the articles you buy are not of as good or
better quality or the prices not as low or
lower than you have been in the habit of
paying for goods manufactured elsewhere,
then don't buy Omaha-Made Goods again. Omaha
manufacturers are willing that you test out their
goods on the quality basis. Isn't that fair?
And, in addition to securing quality products, at as
low or lower prices, you help build up Omaha and
The more Omaha-Made Goods you purchase the
greater will be tho wages Omaha manufacturers can
paywages that are spent in Omaha and serve to
build up your business.
that make good
Hie popularity of one of.
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products is nation-wide:
Only the tenderest young
pig and the choicest season
ing are used. Always dejend
upon it the store that dis
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quality store. Ask your
grocer for a list of Armour's
Housewives all over the
country are today specifying
to their grocers:
No cleaner, purer products
are made. Ask for Diamond
"C" Hams, Bacon, Lard and
other choice, appetizing
Cudahy perfections. "The
Taste Tells" a trial will re
veal the reason of their popularity.
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