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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 23, 1916.
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v Sacred Concert Sunday Morn
ing at Plymouth Congre
j gational Church.
Elaborate card or music
A sacred concert will be given Sun
day morning at 11 at the Plymouth
Congregational church under the di
rection of Miss Mildred Stepp. The
singers and readers are from the Pick
er man School of Voice and Expres
sion. The program follows: ......
iniflt In the Croat of Christ W Glory .
Hul Wilcox, poprane: Karl Cbeyc
Soprano Solo Not a Kparrow Pellets- .Frans
Bats Soto Ablda With. Mf ...... Abbott
Karl Chare Abbott.
Reading with Omnn Accompaniment
lar Lord Forflve '.....Gabriel
Sonrann Bala Mv Atn Oountri. . ;. . .
Son rami Sol Jstatia Lovir at Ur Seal
Mlldrod Htcpp. -Vinlld
nhlta-ala bv Hm1 WIlMZ
Bun Solo Th War of Poo.w... .Lloyd
Karl Chavea Abbott..
Trio -A Prayor BwthoYt
Huel Wilcox, Mildred ewpp ma
, Winifred Bdwarda. -
Miss Kate Nevill of Kansas City
Sunday morning will deliver the last
of series of lectures she started four
weeks aga before the Omaha Unity
society. Meetings of the society are
held regularly Sunday at 11 and 8 and
Wednesday evening on the seventh
floor of The Bee building.'
Olivet Orava ftltMton. Thirty -llftb and
rowa Polnt--fiundav echool and meetlns at
15:45. Good. live rvlce for worahlD and
ueuowanip Tnaaday events it I,
First. Harnav and Park. Aioaaa Alvtn Da
iarua. Miniatar iodio ai 11. -a nan wun
Four Facaa" Onon air meetlnff at 7: It.
(Topic, "Four Mao Under On Hat." Sunday
bchooi at t;th. Midweek gospel servloe
tveanoeaay ac T:a.
Calvarr. Twntrflfth and Hamilton. J. A.
Maxwell. Pastor In tha mornkna Rev. A.
4, Morris will praach In exchanfe with tha
paaior. sveninf topic. "Heaeiung s.ae.
RaDttam. Blbla aehool at Boon: O. W. Nobla.
papartatandant Young peopla'a meeting at 1.
Qraee. Tenth and Arbor.' B. B. TafL Rea
ltor Sunday school at IS. 'Marntni worahlp
fat it. Subject, "A Revival and. a Biol'
naptiat young reopte-e union at t, Miaa
Itakar'B a-rotiD In eharae. Subject at I. "A
Trip to Cataract Canyon." 1 Mlaalea Auaday
acneu at -itue eoutn jrounn at .
Immanual. Twenty fourth and fMnkner.
Arthur J. Morrla. Paitor At 10 :3d Rav. J.
Maiwen win pretext.- t aidi vcnooi at
n: Charlaa W. Simon. uoertntendenL
Youna dmdIi'i maatina at 1. Tha naater
(Will praach on "Tha Ooeftel According to
tou" at a. -rrayar ana pnuee eervioe
Wednesday evening at I.
Olivet. Thlrtr-aiB-hth and1 Grand. Rev. W.
A, Mulfort. Faator Toole at 11. "Bonn la
tha Night" Combined yaung paapla'a and
ohuroh aarvlca at 7:SS. ' Yoong people's
maattng nder d tract Ion group No. 4, 4. C
leanlnge. captain: evangeliitie aarvloa. 0un
Say aohool at IS. Prayer .and fellowship
maatlng Wednesday evening at S. Sunday
ncnooi 'pienio aa Baturaar, - npactat car
aava roruaia ana uranu m i.
" ' - cautettMa, ; :'.4
North Slda. Tvantr-aaoond and Lathron.
fiaarga L. PaUra, Paatar Blbla achool,
t:a; nwrning aorvioa, it:ii nav. r. c.
Harding will praaohf Endaavor, I and 1:41.
rim. Twnt-mn ana narnay, cnariaa
m, Cobbay, Miniatar Marolng aarvlna, 11,
our ptvina uaipar;" no arantni aarvrca.
Hanlar-and Intarmadiata Totui Paalaa ao.'
lulaty pt Chriatlaa t JEodaavor, t:H; Blbla
' Cfcrlattaa tatoaaa. ,
Third. Druid kail, 1414 Aroaa At 11, ;
Truth:" Sunday rhal. f4i and -11
pvadnaaday ayonlng uaaUng, f, .vVi ,, '.
Flymouih, Bightaanth and Bmmat. Kav. I
PYadartek W. Laavltt, Paitor Blbla, aohool.
Hlllalda. Thlrtlath and Ohio. W. I. Hama-;
on, Paator rmon by tha paatot-i Sunday I
r-booI at noon; Junior Bndaavar at 1;
antor sndaavor at Tj ovaglng aarvleaa 4n,
churrh parlor at I: ahort aong service. fol
lowed by brief aermon. t ,
., Flnit, Nineteenth and Dnvn port Sermon
at 10:80 by Rav. A. M. Pwrr. "Put Your
Idaaa Into Practice." Sunday achool at
boon. Prayer moating Wednesday at 7:10.
folowed by an adjourned bualneaa meeting
. St Mary'e Avenua. St Mary'a Avenue and
Twenty-ecvenih, R. O. A. Hulbert, Mlnlatr
Sunday achool at 10. with kindergarten,
Sunday morning worahlp at 11 In tha Sun
day achool room, fn the absence of Rav.
Mr. Hulbert the pulpit will be supplied. ,
Tha Ooad Shepherd, Twentieth and OhwV.
Rev. Thomas J. Collar, Pastor Holy com
munion, 7; morning prayer and aerrooa, 19.
All Balnte, Twenty-ilith and Dewey
Avenua, T. 1. Mackay, Rector; R. H. Flock
hart. Assistant Services, 7:19, 10 and 11.
Flrnt t'Rlted. 2420 Franklin, Ira MBrlda,
Pastor Preaching, 11 and I; Sunday
achool, IV; Junior league, 3; Sanlaf and In
termediate loafua, 7; prayer meeting,
Grace United, Camden and Twenty-ser
anth. Thomas McKM-an, Pastor Morning.
"Tha Seoret of All True Benevolence:" eve
ning, women 'a home and foreign mission
aerrjea; Sunday school, 10; Keystone League
of Christian Kndeavor,
. . ... Lutheraa.
St. Paul'a, Twenty-fifth and Evans, Rav,
B. T. Otto, Pester Servlcee at 10 and 8,
Sunday achool I,
Kountte Memorial Branch. Rev. C.
Franklin Koch In Charge Sunday achool I,
Ffad JO. Wood, superintendent
. First Twentieth and Maaen, Rav. Tltua
Lang, Paator Preparatory aarvloa at :I0.
German aarvtea with holy communion at 10.
No Englleh service la tha evening. -
St Mark's. Bngllah, Twentieth and Bur
delta, U Oroh, Pastor Servlcea at 11 a. in.;
Rav. J. A, Leavltt will praach; Sunday achool
at t;4t a. m.,; no evening service.
Kountse, Memorial, Farnam Street
and Twenty-eljcth Avenue, Rev. Oliver D.
fialtaly. Pastor; Rev. C Franklin Koch,
Associate Pastor At 11, "At Thy Word."
Sunday achool ;4s, Oscar P. Goodman,
uparln ten dent , ' -
Xbdden Memorial, Nlnauenth and Csstel
lar, Rav. O.- W. Snyder, Pastor Morning
aarvloa at , 11; subject, "All Things Are
Tours." No evening service. Sunday school
at 10. Tha Ladles' Aid society will meat
Thursday afternoon Id Rlvervlew park.
Zlon Bngllah, Thirty-sixth and Lafayette,
A. T. Lorlmer, Pastes Bra Nelson, Or
ganist; Constantlna Odea, Choir Director
Sunday school at 0:41. Services at 11 and t.
Tuesday evening tha Men's eoclety will
meet at the home of Mr. and Ms. A. Q.
Swaneon, I48t Camden avenue. Midweek
arvlca Wednesday evening. Thursday eve
ning tha Luther league will meat at the
home of Mlaa Grace .Snygg, Thirty-eighth
and Hamilton, t . ?.
mon, "Water From tha Old Homo Wall,"
11. phtiallau Endeavor society 7.
Central United. Twenty 'fourth and Dodge.
Hugh Spear, Pastor Sabbath achool t:4
Morning worship 11; sermon by tha pastor,
"Tha Master s Hot Weather Philosophy."
f Clifton Hill. Grant and Forty-fifth. B. R.
von dar Llppe. Pastor Sunday school 10,
Dean T. Smith, superintendent Servlcee at
u. Christian Endeavor 7. No otaer eve
First United. Twenty-first and Emmet,
A. C. Douglass, Pastor At 10:S0, "The Con
straining Love of Christ . Bible school at
noon. At 7, outdoor service and preach
ing on church- lawn.
Castellar Street. Sixteenth and Ceetellar,
Rav. C. C. Meek, Pastor Service 11. No
evening service. Sabbath school t:4e. Junior
Christian Endeavor S, Intermediate Chiie
tlan Endeavor 7, Senior Christian En
R. L, Wheeler Memorial, Twenty-third
and J, R, L, Wheeler, Pastor-Blble achool
1:40. At 10:46. "Ye Muat Be Born Again.
North. Twenty-fourth and Wirt, M, V.
Hlgbee, Pes tor Rev. Mr. Foster of Dundee
will breach at 11. Bunday acnooi at :.
T. P. 8. C. E. at 7. Fellowship maatlng
Wednesday at 7:40.
Covenant Pratt and Twenty-seventh,
Charles H. Flaming. Pastor At 10:10.
"God's Provision for a Happy Life." Blbla
school at noon. Junior Endeavor at 1:30.
Senior Endeavor at 7, At 0, "Jeaus, Our
Treasure in Frlendahlb." Bring blue boohs
On Wsdnesday at 0 the book of Second
Corinthians will be begun. The flrttt and
second chapters will bo studied.
' Walnut 'Mill. ' Fartv.flret an rhi
Oliver Keva. Minister Bar vloos at 10:30 and
I. Sunday school at noon.
Swedisht Nineteenth - and 'Buft. Ouklhv
nnoaaon, raewr wunoay senool at 10. Bub
Jeot at 11, "The River of Salvation." Kp
worth leaguO at I, Subject at I,- '.'Paul
in Athens." t
First Twentieth and Davenport,- Tltua
Lowe, Pastor -Bible, class at 0:4ft; T. F.
Sturgese, superintendent! Topic at 11, ."Three
uon-vrpwnw r?iiM. spworin league at 7.
Topie at S "Toe, Foyer, 41 Princely Pur
0' 4 f ... I,
'Pearl Memorlaf, Twenty-fourth and Lart
more, Earl B. Bowen, Pastor Hundsy school
at l:4S. Subject at 11, "The Church." Kit
worth league a-t 7. Evening of music and
short service at l. Fall owi hip hour "Wednes
day aveaiag ai-S, , j
German,' Eleventh ana Center, Rev. 0 J.
Jaleer, Pastor flumtny school at 10. Preach
ing at 11 and I. Morning subject, vAilegt
aace to God Supraaoa." Evening subject
"The All Silfflcient Friend." Bible and
pfayar meting Wednesday evening at I.
Dlsta Memorial. Tenth and PlifM ' m
Dawson, Mlnlster Sunday school at :
Dr. J. L, Frana', superintendent. Topic at
11, "Through Pain to Royalty. ' Kp worth
league at i rfonn craxtan, laaaji
s, a raiai tnoice,
Trialty, f Twenty; flrat anal Blnney Rev.
Oerrlet Janssan, Nebraska oonference "in
galist. will praach at lfl;10 and also at the
vesper servica at 0:10. Music by choir: B
F. Wllltansr ohorlstart Hlsa Flora R.r-.,
8 at) 1st. Sunday school at noon; VV 11 lard
ham bare, superintendent
Prayer meeUng at I
' First. Famra and Thirty .fourth. iiM-tn
Hart Janka, Paator OHrvtca lit Dr. D. B.
Jaaklna will preach. Sunday anhoai a-ia
a, m. Christian Eadaavor maatlng J,
weetminater, oaorgia and Mason Bible
achool at 1:45. Morning worship at.fl; Rev.
Charlea B. BaakerVhle will praach. Chria
tlaa Badeavor at 7,
Lowe Avenue,, lflfl North Fortieth, A. T,
Bmat, Faator Sabbath achool 10. Bar-
AsaoclatecT Bible students meet tn Lyric
building. Nineteenth and Farnam at S. O.
P. Luaa will lecture. "The Parable of tha
Leaven and Three Measures ( Meal."
Union Gospel Mtaslon, 1100 Douglas.
Charlss F. Robel, Superintendent Open atr
service at nail at a. Meeting avery
night during tha week.
NaHnna! Vnntanall Rnlritual. 1414 Cum
ing, Mrs. Ella Cardner, message bearer. Srv
Icea Sunday and Thursday at 1:11.
Spiritual New Thought Society, I41S Cum
ing services at B. sunaay xussoay a
Friday Mrs. Fay speaks on 'The Christ
Consciousness of Right Living Messages.
First RafArmitd. Twentv-thlrd Street and
Deer Park Boulevard, John F. Hawk, Pastor
Sunday achool at 0:46. Prsanhlng at 11,
"Ths Greater Gift." Christian Endeavor at
7. Evening worship at I.
First Progressive Spiritualist, 14ST South
Sixteenth Regular services followed by
Rieaaagea every Sunday at 0 Regular mea
sabe ssrvloes ovary Wednesday and Friday
Reorganised Church of Jesus Christ of
igniter Day natnts. Twenty-iourtn ana unto
Hunaay ecnooi at rreaening ai n
and II Itv Rider J. M Raker. Retlalo at 0:10.
At the Moohs hall. South Bide, Sunday aohool
at 10. Preaching at 11 and 0. .
United Brethren, Nineteenth and Lothrop
At 11. "How to Finance a Church Without
(Giving a Cant." At 0. Mlas Oddte, employment
secretary or tna yaung woman a unriauan
association, will speak. Bible school at-10.
prayer and Bible study Wednesday at Si
Posse on Trail of i
Marshalltown. Ia., July 21. A sher
iff', poise tonight continued to search
(or Bob William, who ia laid to be
the murderer of Mrs. Mary Stewart
at union, last niRht.
The condition of Wendell P. Foot,,
who was ihot three times, waa re
ported aa improved tonight.. It.
now .thought that he will recover..
Greater Omaha Improvers ;
Favor Many Betterments
Widening of Twenty-fourth street.
the installation of a municipal' light
ing plant and the grading and paving
of Pierce street from Twenty-fourth
to Twenty-second street were all fa
vored in speeches made at a meetlns
of the Greater Omaha Improvement
club held last night at Mason school.
The next meeting of the dub will be
held two weeks from last night. The
district covered extends . from St.
Mary a avenue to Castellar street and
from Sixteenth street to Park avenue.
AllMra, July II. (VI, London.) Tha
British aloamohlp Oranronoor, I.1IS ton,
srou, nd ownod by tho Moor Lino of
Now Cullo, hu boon rank by iubmrtno.
Iu orew woo lo.nd.od. ..
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HIDES MOTIVE FOR
Alpine (Tex.) Han Shooting
Wife and Colonel Will Not
Tell Why He Did It.
IN CAR WITH THE TWO
Alpine, Tex., July 22. Mystery sur
rounds the motive of Harry J. Span
nell, manager of a loc.-.l hotel, for
shooting and killing his wife, and
Lieutenant Colonel M. C. Butltr of
the Sixth United States cavalry while
the three were motoring Wednesday
according to an announcement from
the county attorney tonight. Span
nell, who surrendered himself immedi
ately after the shooting, refused to
discuss his case and a thorough in
vestigation disclosed no apparent rea
son for the killing. .
Spannell, who was held over night
in the county jail, was taken today to
another town, the name of which was
not revealed, for safe-keeping.
An investigation by local authorities
disclosed that Spannell was driving
his wife and Colonel Butler in his ca
along the main residence street of the
town when suddenly he stopped his
engine, turned in his seat, drew' an
automatic pistol and a revolver and
with the one began shooting Colonel
Butler and with the other his wife.
He calmly emptied both firearms
into the bodies of the victims. Appar-1
entiy colonel Butler was shot first
and killed instantly for persons nearby
heard the woman cry out after the
shooting had begun, "Harry, don't kill
me' while the officer made no outcry.
Previous, to the shooting, Spannell
chatted gaily with persons in the
lobby of the Holland hotel, of which
he was manager.
- Had Been Friendly with Butltr.
It is recalled today that he was ex
tremely cordial toward Colonel Butler,
with whom l.e had been very friendly,
as he ushered his wife and the officer
into the car for the fatal drive. Be
cause of this, local authorities did not
believe the killings were premeditated.
Colonel . Butler, only recently -,s
promoted from the rank of major and"
had been. stationed here in command
of the garrison for about two months.
He lived at the Holland hotel, and he
and his wife and 11-year son were on
intimate terms socially with Mr. and
Mrs. Spannell and their 5-year-old
Before being taken away from the
local jail Spannell broke down com
pletely and sobbed bitterly for hours,
bemoaning what he termed his "mad
ness." He persisted, however, in his refusal
to discuss his reasons for the shoot
ing or to say what transpired in the
car immediately preceding the kill
ings. A graduate of musical conserva
tories in this country and abroad, he.
was an instructor in music in Baylor
university at Waco. Tex., when . he
met the daughter of John R. Holland,
cattle man and banker of Alpine,
whom he later married. Mrs. Span
nell was then a student in the univer
sity. Nc.-.iinee for President of the
United States Under Arrest
Butte, Mont., July 22. Arthur E.
Reimer of Boston, socialist labor
party candidate for president of the
United States, waa fined $10 in the
municipal court here today for violat
ing the city ordinance by speaking
in a downtown street The fine was
suspended by the magistrate.
MOBILIZE MEN FOR
Military .' Commander Orders
Massing of Civilians for
Work in Fields.
ALL WILL MUST LABOR
The Hague (Via London), July 22.
The commander of the 'Twentieth
German corps has ordered the mobili
zation of all civilians to aid in har
vesting the crops.
They will be paid for their work
at the local rates of hire. Exemption
from work will only be granted on a
doctor's certificate. Persons refusing
to comply with the mobilization
order are punishable with a maxi
mum sentence of a year's imprison
ment and a fine of 1,500 marks.
Harvest Hand Meets
Death in Battle With
Members of I, WiW.
Beaver City, Neb., July 22. A harl
vest hand was killed yesterday twelve
miles south of here, just across the
Nebraska line in Kansas, by men with
whom he had been tramping and beat
incr his wav on trains.1 His slavers
claimed to be members of the Indus-!
trial workers of the World, and the
killing was the result of fight be
cause he refused to join the order.
No further details have been re
ceived, and it is not known whether
there have been any arrests.
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