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THK OMAHA SUNDAY HKE: DECEMBER 12. 1915.
KITHEC IT CAIITTI AMI HI I twenty-five celluloid Hints frotrv a set of
ftnmiw ni ovum Uiiimm'htn, h
mnl "Week- f TVatrrr" Will
ROYAL NEIGHBORS' ELECTION
The annual "wnk of prayer" will le
held the first week of the New Tear,
beginning January I, It waa derided at a
meeting of members of the south Omaha
Minlsteral union at Ft. Luke's Lutheran
church at Twentjr-ftfth and 1 K streets
last week. Arrangement were made for
the week of meetings.
The meetings will be held nightly at
the different churches of tha city, ac
cording to the custom. At the meeting
of the union. Rev. 8. H. Terlan. pastor
of ftt Luke's Lutheran church, was
elected president, and Rev. William R.
Hill, pastor of Trinity Baptist church,
Royal Kfelrfcbora Bled.
At a meeting of Clover Leaf lodge. No.
8, Royal Neighbors of America, Thurs
day evening, officers were elected. They
are: Clara Merrlman, oracle; Mary
Bruce, vice oracle; Kittle Bowker, past
oracle; Belle Bailey, chancellor; Mary
Hugenberg, recorder; Sarah Hathaway,
receiver; Anna Flnley, marshal; Alberta
!or. Inner sentinel: Clara White, outer
sentinel; Belle Grottier, Julia Pulllam
and Amelia Green, managers; Prs. Ensor,
Beck, Davis and Smith, physicians.
Dies In California.
News was received from San Plego,
Cal., yesterday, that Mrs. Pierre Bols
eres, aged S4 years, formerly Miss Mary
Guiles of this city, died yesterday at the
home of her husband In California, fhe
Is survived by her husband and four chil
dren. A father, a brother, Robert, and
a sister, Mrs. John O'Keefe, of this city
The body will arrive tomorrow even.
Ing. The funeral will be held Tuesday
morning at o'clock at the residence of
Josephine Guiles, in Sarpy county. In
terraent will be in the St. Mary's cetne
Held for Aseaalt.
Mlka Miller, arrested on a charge of
attempted aaaault on two little gins.
Justl Pakato, 4-year-old daughter of Mrs-
Rose Fakato, and Anna Guilts, -year-
old daughter of Mrs. A. Guilts. Twenty
eighth and T streets, waa bound over
Friday morning In the South Side police
court by Police Judge Reed to the Doug
las county sanity commission. It "was
charred this morning that Miller was
Insane when he attempted criminal acts,
The prisoner was held for Sheriff Felix
McShancwho was to have taken charge
Miller last evening. If he is found
In tha local court on the charges made
by tho police.
Clay Robinson Win
Clay, Robinson took two out of three
aemea from the Sheep' Barn gang, who
appeared for the first time in the Stock
THE SHEEP BARN.
, 1st. Sid.
glng In the Star llvorv stable,
XK North Twenty-fourth street, yesterday
morning, was sentenced to sixty dsys in
the county Jail In court by Police Jud
Reed. Bly returned only a few weeks
ago from Loxan, la., after having served
a thirty-day sentence at thst plare for
steal ng a gold watch from a farmer scu'h
'. Magle ( Mr t.oaalp. '
Mrs. Mary Drlocoll will sine at the
evening service of the West Side Inter
denominational church at Twenty-ninth
and Q streets.
The I.i1 Ion' Aid n,l.lv nf the West
Side tnterdeiinmipatloiuil i-hnx-h will hold
a haxar and luncheon today t tha Church
nan, i ntriy-eigrith and u streets.
Gladva. S-vear-nlri rianahtrr of Mir. and
Mrs. Trvndt, J417 T street, died last even-
ing at the home of her parents sfter a I
short illness with diphtheria. The funeral I
will be held this afternoon at 4 o clo-K
U. S. YARD CO,
749 674 2093
Totals 702 70S 771 2179
r.ppiT WFSTCRV COMMISSION CO,
Siilinsr HZ loz i s-
1- , HI J.Ml sn
elerson im I'S
166 160 1W 7B
Tv'lelaen 187 148 173 608
from the residence. Interment will
made in Oracoland Park cemetery. !
The women of the Trinity Bant 'at
church mid continue their baaar Saturday
arternoon and evening In the building :
formerly occupied by the Ryan Millinery I
company, opposite the postofflce. '
The Campfira girls of the Central In-
terdenomlnatlonai church will meet Mon
day evening at the church at Twenty- i
fifth and M streets. The Boy Senuts
will meet Thursday evening at the same
Socks, stockings, neckwear, umbrellas.
sweaters, hats, gloves, silk and wool heal
shawls and muiiiers. tie pins, sleeve
buttons, broocht s, hair ornaments,
ureases, suits, coats, hath robes, kimon.ts,
1 lien towels, etc etc., make very accept.
able Christmas girts and you II find a
most interesting supply here at Flynns.
1 March Notes.
Trinity Baptist, Twenty-fifth and It,
Rev. William R. Hall. Pastor Preaching
at 11 and I: Evening subject, "Tim
Ford Peace Ship. Sunday school at 9:45.
Toung People s society at 6:lw. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Central Intcroetiominut onnl, Twenty
fifth and M, Rev. II. K. P. Cornish, Pas
torBible school at 9:4o. Girls' day will
be celebrated. Morning worship at 11,
with sermon by the iiaator. Christian
Kndeavor services will be hold at 6:30. A
praise service w II be held at 7:3. Gospel
sermon at 8; top'c, "Tho Boy Jesus."
West Side Interdenominational, Thirty
eighth and Q, Rev. Shallcross, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:46. Morning worship
at 11. Christian Endeavor at 6:4j. Preach
ing at "7:46. Prayer service and teachers'
meeting Wednesday even'ng at 7:30.
Ladles Aid society Thursday at church.
St. Luke's Lutheran, Twenty-fifth and
K, Rev. S. H. Yerian, Pastor Sunday
school at 1:46. Morning service at 11.
Cat hechet leal class at S In the afternoon.
Luther league at 7 In the evening; leader,
Kiss Josephine Grimm; subject, "The
Student Volunteer Movement."
Grace Method'st. Twenty-fifth and B,
Rev. J. W. Morris, Pastor The pastor
will spesk Sunday morning on the sub
ject, "A lesson In Humanology." and in
the evening at 7:30 on the topic, "The
Second oC'mlng of Christ." Sunday school
at 9:45. Epworth league at 6:3".
Hillsdale Baptist Regular Bible study
at 10. Evening service St 7:30 will be
cenducted by a "Billy" Sunday gospel
team. All are welcome.
St. Martin's Episcopal. Twenty-fourth
and J, Rev. John Wallls Ohl. Rector
Services for third Sunrtav in Advent:
Holy euchartst at 7:30. Sunday school at
:46. Matins at 11. Holy confirmation
at T:80. The bishop of the diocese will
officiate and preach. Instruction to con
firmation class Monday evening at 7:30.
South Side United Presbyterian, Twenty
third and H. Albert N. Porter. Pastor
Preaching at 11 with a sermon for chil
dren at tha opening. Sabbath school at
9:46. Juniors at 3. Christian Endeavor at
:30. Preaching at 7:30. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 8.
Lefler Memorial Methodist. Fifteenth
and Madlaon, Rev. E. Silverbrand, Pas
torSunday school at 10. Preaching at
11. Subject, "A Glorious Church." Ep
worth league at 6:46. Evangelistic serv
ice at 7:30. Subject. "What Satan Found."
A special solo will be sung by Chauncey
Mullen at both services.
First Presbyterian, Twenty-third and J,
Rev. Robert L. Wheeler, Pastor Pastor
W-heeler. who has been 111 at his home,
will resume his work in the pulpit Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock. Elder Henry
F. Kleser1 will conduct the evening eer
vicea at T:30 o'clock. A meeting in the
Interests of the state prohibitory cam
paign will be held at 3 p. m., when Mrs.
William Berry will have chsrre. Babbxth
school at 9:46 a. m. Christian En
deavor at 4 p. m., and Senior Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 o'clock.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"Townsends for Bporilsg Goods."
Wedding; Kings Xflholai, jewels.
Lighting rtsVaree Burgeas-Orandsa.
Save Snot rriat ft Now Beacon Press
S3.T50 buys x75 rlose In and near
'rarkace; s houses, rent per mo. J.
H. Dumont. Keellne Bldg.
Snbber Salesmen tJ Detrol Fifteen
salesmen of the Vntted Mates Rubber
j eorr.pn.ny will go to Petrolt over the
' Northwestern road Sunday.
! Today's Jtovte Program" easslflea
sect Ion today. It appears In The Bee
EXCLl'SIVELT. Find out what the va
rious moving picture theaters offer.
Tor Safety Pint In Life Insurance aee
W. II. Indoe. general agent. State Mutual
Life Assurance Co., of Worcester, Mass.,
one of the oldest (71 years) and best
companies on earth.
I t'nion Pacific building. Is defendant In a i CARVER AND THREE OF
t divorce suit filed In district court by Mrs. I HCaTU
i Jessie A. Mtllencr. Cruelty is alleged as UHlLUHtN BUHN IU UtAIH
grounds In her petition.
XlUott Rolbrook to Lecture' The PI F.N TT, Pssk., IVc. ll.-C. V.
Hierarchy that Governs Humsnlty," will Mitchell, aged 48, and three of his chll-
Sr. Klllener Bned fot XMvoroe Dr.
Frederick H. Mlllener. custodian of the
he the ub)ert of a lecture by Elliott
Holbrook at Theoaophlcal hall, aulte TU1.
Bee building, Sunday avenlng at t o'clock.
The lecture la free to the publlo.
Xaa State Weak at Omaha, corner Sit
teenth and Harney. Pays FuUK per cant
va time .epoiits and THREE per cent
vn savings accounts. All deposits In thli
usok are protected by the depositors
guarantee fund of the state cf Nebraska,
ingly light penalty.
TEXAS CHIEF ADVOCATES
NR WYOHK, Dec. 11. Governor James
E. Ferguson of Texas, addressing the
Association of Life Insurance Presidents
today, aald one kind of preparedness this
country needed -e '- which could be
wrought by the plowshare
dren, Lenora. 16; Lucy, 4, and Lloyd, 8,
ere burned to death today In their farm
Mitchell waa In a barn when his wife
discovered the fire and called. He ran
Into the burning house and succeeded In
saving two of his sons. In attempting
further rescues he fell and waa burned
with the three children.
BY AUSTRIAN EMPEROR
BERLIN, Dec. ll.-(Vla Wireless to
Payvllle.) Field Marshal von Mackvnxen,
commarider-ln-fhlef of the Teutonic forces
In the Serbaln campaign, hse been re
ceived 1y Emperor Francis Joreph of
Austra-llungary, who accorded the dis
tinguished soldier special audience, a
Vienna dispatch states.
TWO MILLION ACRES
IN SOUTH DAKOTA OPEN
WASHINGTON. Deo. ll.-Openlng to
settlement of J,000,(M acres of nonlrrt
gsbla land In Pennington, Custer and Fall
River counties, South Dakota, was an
nounced today by the Department of the
Interior. The land will be available for
entry January 10, next.
Marssret Moiling and Maria Ilnlllater
have been 111 the last week.
Mrs Henry Illchel of Omaha visited
hep father, A. H. Hansen, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J, N. W'vstt were Omaha
vlHltots Wednesdsv. They moved Into
their new home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pay. Mrs. John
Sclmldt and Miss F.lla Chuwu did their
Christmas shopping In Omsha.
Mrs. P. G. Hofeldt and daughters, the
Misses Amanda and Dorothy, aro con
fined to the house with the grip.
Mr. end Mrs. Julius Schuldt entertained
tho committee and speakers of the
Fstmers' Institute st a 6 o'clock dinner
Miss Dora Bull, who hss been 111 the
last week with dlntherla. Is Improving.
The Millard school was closed several
days on account of the disease.
At the meeting of tha village bosrd
on Thursday evening, a remonstrance,
signed by about twenty cltlaens. wss
presented, protesting the action of the
Central Station Knglneerlng eompsnv,
which has the franchise for furnishing
the electricity for the village. In chars
Inn a meter rent or service chsrge In
addition to a minimum rate of II per
month, or if! cents per kilowatt. It wss
generally understood that the only cost
wss to be for the amount of rurrent
used, with a minimum of fl per month.
A resolution was. adopted trst If the
company continues to make this charge
that the v'.llnae hoard take steps to can
cel the franchise.
;reat oal Breaker riorned.
RCRANTON, Pa., Dec. 11. The Dolph
company's anthracite breaker at Jessun
burned lodny, causing a loss of llM.nno
snd throwing 800 men and boyg out of
A Room for the Roomer, or Roomer
for the Room, Bea Want Ada Do the
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K Li: MV
Wolf son Is Named
Instructor in Hebrew
Lewis Wolfson, a freshman at the Uni
versity of Omaha, has been appointed
instructor of Hebrew and sacred litera
ture at the Price Hill Hebrew school In
Cincinnati. Wolfson plans to leave Im
mediately to take up his new duties.
Since coming to Omaha several years
ago Mr. Wolfson has been prominent In
local Jewish circles. Although only 20
years old he has been conducting a
school in Hebrew In one of the local
During his spare time Mr. Wolfson
plans to work for his degree in the Uni
versity of Cincinnati.
Cold and almost frosen, Henry Mann
221S U street, Pouth Side, was found at
7:46 o'clock this morning by Chief of
Police O'Hara of the Cudahy Packing
plant, at Thirty-third and N streets,
wandering about the plant hatless and
costless in a demented condition. He Is
he same man who was arrested laat Sat
urday at Twenty-eighth and Q strets by
Officer Ballew. At that time ha was
hooked as drunk and disorderly.
Officers Grace and Baughman brought
the man to the police station In the
ratrol. where he was revived. He will be
held awaiting Investigation as to his
Fred Bly. Twenty-eighth and J streets,
wha was arrested on a charge of stealing
A Room for the Roomer, or a Roomer
for the Room. Bee Want Ads Do the
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GUARANTEED J-INCH POST BRASS BED OUTFIT
Bed has ten fillers and finished eatln. Springs art
angle Iron, woven wire top, supported In the center.
Mattress Is of sanitary fibre, with (MO
soft top, heavy ticking. Entire three f e)
pieces at only
1.1S Cask gl.O a .
K VERY LARGE SIZE IW
COLONIAL ROCKER Seat
X and back upholstered in
guaranteed imitation leather.
Has extra massive frame,
splendidly finished in gold
en. Has high back and
roomy seat, steel
M A $17 value nr
at only. ...$oiu
W I 1 wcat I PI I
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II a - " Urge slse stove. In plain co-i--5 X$W
r . ; V i J a A7 lon"l design. Body of best Wells- i,l
I ' f Q fv vllle poilsheJ steel. Elaborately
f V- D nickel trimmed. Guar- fe - e ft 5lVv
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BEAUTIFCL NEW DESIGN CHARLES THE II. PERIOD DININO ROOM 8UITE
Elegantly proportioned and exceptionally well constructed. Correctly finished
fumed. Genuine quarter-sawed oak throughout 48-lnch top table, with 3Vi
diameter twist roped legs. toot extension. Five high buck full box
seat chairs, upholstered In the best grade GENUINE SPA
leather. One arm chair to match. Specially priced for entire set, only. .
$0 Cash 4.00 a Month.
Here Should Be Music
In Every Home on Christmas Day
This Is Mads Possible by the Wonderful
ELE1ANT NAPOLEON DESIGN KOTAL IMITA-
TtrM piDmaatiu tirAT vi'T tittt-v
In gppoarancc, with full roll bead tft r f?p H
acd foot board. Matches dresser
below, A remarkable value at, only..
Sl.tVO Cash S1.2H a Meath.
a rOVaL IM1T1T10M Vf
fc CIRCASSIAN WAli- 55
NUT PRINCESS DRESS- fQ
ER Has heary pln top, 5
full swelled base, consist- iQ
Ing of two large and two Vw
mail drawers. French Jfil
beveled plate mirror meas-
ures 18x30 Inches. Matches SjJ
bed pictured above. Ex-
tremely beautifully finish- vvj
d and strongly con-
structed. Our price only
A SPLENDID VALUE IN
A ROYAL IMITATION
INO TABLE Matches bed and
dresser, shown to right. Beau
tifully grained French bevel
plate mirror, measures 20x22
Inches. Eaual to anv dressing 9
table worth up
$22.00. Our price
cash St month ',
Prices hirst ''1
W offsr complst . showing of
the world famous Musical Instru
ments in every six and style and
ranginf in price from $15.00 to $350.
We Illustrate here our "LEADER." A
marvelous Instrument In every way.
Drop in and hear it Beautiful mahog
any, satin walnut or quartered oak case,
in golden, fumed or early English fin
ishes. All exposed metal parts heavily
nickel plated. Non-vibrant motor plays
four records with one winding t case
I I a . a a a w.'
noias a records; tone con
trol; 300 assorted needles
4 needle cups, etc. Price,
You pay nothing on the Grn'onola;
simply pay cash for one dozen records
Columbia double disc records, turn se
lections on each-6 -'c apiece.
Before Buy- nciire(eirsuMtrMMTi
ino Home- l. tiiit'M HXZ4lh.-
ms A SPLENDID VALUE IN A HIGH GRADE AUTOMATIC
t BED DAVENPORT Solid oak frame, finished golden,
f! Back and seat deeply tufted and upholstered fllr) nr
In guaranteed imitation leather. One-motion J) I I rttl
converts it into a full sized bed, only v " v v
1.7B Cash IJ a Maath.
A Genuine Va'ue
m a 9x1 1 Foot
MR. BUSINESSMAN ! a
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f - Has heavy alat back, TH BLv N I " T , 4
I-- broad roomy seat, up- 1 tV I l'Ir?" 1 I lX
J holstered In Spanish :; k V1 lifWT? -r . I
. A Imitation leather. 1 (E , ' I XI
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I f and a rare value at I r-Saafr H Kl Vt
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i-l '! i T-lJfcBrrii fumed. Rltra well braced and iirn.l. IW
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T r a "-""-a openisn imiisiion leainer Taoie measures fsl
FOR THIS WEEK WE ARK OFFERING A VERY SPE
CIAL VALUE IN A Salt FT. VELVET RUO. The pat-
erns axe of the newest design arid made of th
oolen yarn. Meauiirui color comhini
Ions. Larae assortment to aelect from.
Our low price only
10x41 Inches, ritted with masjaKlne raolts and slailonery drswer.
iuiiv, vxBciijr pii-iurwa ana priced at only ,
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'N.S.YAFFE, Rush Printer
512 South 16th Street Call Douglas 770
10 Far 100 Beaatlfull? Baabja ta Xarse Colore, laelaalas; aavelope.
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WONDERFUL JUMPINO DOO A
marvelous mechanical toy, which
when wound-up, makes complete
somersaults. Exceedingly amus
ing. While they Otn
last at, only i-Jl,
SaViiSU.t'' u. aJb
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A OREAT SPECIAL JN A LARGE
PIZKI) FlLAi'K HO A HI). Blends
IS Inches hlh, II Inches wide.
Htoutly made wood frame. 4 A.
Can be used on either side.
tl cent vslue, only
structed. Complete set. consisting of rocker, set- M
tee and arm chair. All upholstered C tl ZtA tX
In Spanish Imitation leather. While N A li'l
thsy isst. at. enly VeVe xt
i,i LIBRA RT TABLE VALUE, .ade of se
lected hard wood, finished In American quarter
sawed Imitation oak. X4x41-lnch top, secret
drawer, strongly constructed and O OA
muruusnir wen oracea. Very Till o
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NEW MODEL II
T SECTION ADJUBTABLB
PRESS IrORM. The only dress
form on the market that will
positively reproduee any form
reiraraieas or aoiormltlee
rial price for
AKEBJCA'S GREATEST HOME fTBJISHERS.
INO STAND Made of
solid oak, brass ash tray with
glass Inset, convenient drawer
for pipe or cigars, finished
golJen or turned; stands 27
Inches hlgn, 12-lnch top. A
.are bargain in a complete
smokers' table At A f"
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TAiJLM. Can bs had In
mahogany, solden or
fumsd oak finishes. In
either arreen felt or Imi
tation leather top. Svjl
BO inches. Mlrkel oor
11 W3 ft J 8
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