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    THE OMAHA SUNIMY rlfch: way lo, lyi7.
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Sermons Appropriate To and
Commemorative of Mothers'
Day in Most of the Pro
testant Churches.
"Mothers' Day" will be the topic of
most of the pastors of the Protestant
churches of the city. The services
commemorative of this day will be held
in the morning as a rule and in ad
dition to the sermons there will be
appropriate music.
The white flower has been adopted
as the proper insignia and men espe
cially are requested to wear one in
the buttonhole of the lapel of the
At the First Baptist church Sunday
night the pastor, A. A. DeLarme has
announced aj his topic "The Influ
ence of Mothers in the World's
Wars." There will be extra music by
a large chorus choir, including De
Armond's hymn, "Mother's Prayers
Have Followed Me," sung by Mrs. E.
P. Williams, soprano, of Washington,
D. C. The interior of the church
will be decorated with the national
colors and banners bearing the in-
scription, "Mother and Son." Every
body attending this patriotic and
Mothers' dav ftprvirt has hifn invitpH
to wear a white carnation in mem
ory of the mother dead and a pink
one in honorof the mother living.
i Representative women of the Bap
tist churches of greater Omaha will
unite Sunday evening in giving a mis
sionary pageant in Trinity Baptist
church. Twenty-fifth and F streets.
The program is under the di
rection of Mrs. H. J. Bailey of Cal
vary Baptist church. She reports that
as many women, dressed in appropri
ate costumes, will represent twelve
nationalities seeking missionary in
struction in America and that a dou
ble chorus of young women will fur
nish music appropriate to the occa
sion. In all more than twenty-five
women will appear upon the platform
at one time. The costumes are said
to be beautiful and like Joseph's coat
"of many colors." This pageant will
take the place of the regular Sunday
evening services.
The Women's Missionary society
of the First United Presbyterian
church will hold an all-day meeting
in the church Friday. The day will
be spent in sewing for the Visiting
Nurses. Luncheon will be served at
1 o clock, followed by a short pro
gram. ine sttDtect lor the dav is
"How Porto Rico Became Our Pos
... . . . Johnson
. .... Schubert
' Graham
The organ program at, the Dundee
Presbyterian church Sunday .evening
will be in charee of Miss Adah
Klopp and the following numbers'
win De included:
"Soldiers' Chorutf
"Evensong' ..... .j:
"Moment Musical"
"Air In Ancient Style"
Offertory Matins
Postlude Theme
Quartet Oh. Taste and See
Solo by Mlfli Margery Shackleford.
The program for-the May festival
to be given hy'the Ladies Aid of the
Zion Lutheran church, Thirty-sixth
and Lafayette avenue,. Thursday eve
ning follows:
Pipe organ ioJo, Mrs. E. Miller.
'Cello solo, Mlas Marie Myex.
Vocal soio. r.JoR Sjojln. . .
Address, Rev. C. A, Johnson.
Vocal bGIo Mr. Collins, f
Piano soloi Miss He eft il.'johiwwu
Vocal solo. Miss Rena Walker. ,
Vocal agio, Mrs; A. F. Sodorberg.
Refreshments will be served in the
church parlors.
Grace. South Tenth and Arbor, KB.TatU
Pastor Sunday school", 10. Mother's day; II
"Home Protection;" t, "Wla and F6olth
First, Sixty-first and Main, Benson
Thomas Anderson, Pastor Sunday school
10; at 11, Mother's day program. "Human
Motherhood a Type of the Divine Mother
hood;" young people's meeting at 7: preach
ing, 8,
Olivet.-Thirty-eighth and Grand, Rev- J
A. Jensen", Pastor Bible school, 10; at 11
"The Purpose of a Great Miracle;" young
people's, 7; Rolland Poff, captain of group
In charge; at 8, "Is It Worth While"'
Evangelistic service Wednesday, i. Prayer
and prates meeting.
nit vat drnva Mlialnn IPklhf..l.tb -w jt
Crown Point Bible school, 2 MS.
First, Park Avenue and Harney Streets.
Alonzo Alvln DeLarme, Minister Sunday
school, 3:45; at 11, "The Best Last;" Young
People's meeting, :30; "The Influence of
aioinc.-s m me worms wars," 7:5.
South Side, Twenty-third and I, John 0.
Alber, Fastor--Bible school, 10: 11, "Mother."
Christian Endeavor, 7; at 8, "The Good
North Side, Twenty-second and Lothrop
George L, Peters, Pastor Unified service.
10; 12, "A Mother's Opportunity." Special
aiotner s aay music; .rmeavor, interme
dlate, 5:80; senior, 6:45; at 8, "Jesus
Teaching About Marriage; Or the Making
or. a no Hie.
Christian Science.
Second Church, Dundee Theater, Under
wood Avenue and Fifty-flrat II. "Adam
and alien Man;' Sunday school, 9:46
Wednesday evening meeting. 8.
First Church, St. Mary's and Twenty-
lourin li aua s, Aaam ana fallen Man
Sunday school. 9:45 and 11; Wednesday
evening meeting, a.
Third Church, Druid Hall, 2414 Ames 11.
-Aaam aim ranen Man;'' aunaay school,
9:45 and 11; Wednesday evening meeting, 8.
St. Mary's, Twenty-seventh Street and St.
Mary's Preaching at 10:30; Bible school at
noon; young people's-meeting, 7; midweek
service inursaay, s.
German, Twelfth and. Dorcas, H, Hllker
baumer. Pastor Services at 10, 10:45 and
7:30; Mothers day will be observed in
the evening, program by the young people;
Knnrtnv rhnr. ft-if.
First, Nineteenth and Davenport, Fred J.
Clark. Pastor 10:30. "Etchinas of Mother:"
faunday srnool at noon; o, service in Dundee
hall, Fiftieth and Underwood, "Living in a
Plymouth, Emmet and Eighteenth, Rev. F.
W. Leavltt, Minister Sunday schoolat 10.
At 11, "Words of Comfort for God's People."
Young People's meeting at 7. At 8, "King
David and His Greater Son." t
St. Paul's, Tblrty-Hecond and California,
Arthur H. Marsh, Vicar Holy communion,
7.30; Sunday school, 9:45; morning prayer
p.nd BTinon, "Priesthood," 11; Thursday,
Ascension day, holy communion, 7:30 artd 9.
St. Andrew's, Forty-first and Charles, J.
E. Flockhar", Rector Holy communion, 8;
Riule ichool. 8;45; at 11, "Fear the Great
Gugaboo;"T 7;0 "Why I. Should . Go to
Church." - ;
Lutheran. ,
E'irft, Twentieth aiid Mason, Titua Lang,
Pastor German service, 10; Berea Bible
class, 7:U&, English service, 8, "The Purpose
if tho Law.' Thursday at 10 there will be
German service in memory of our Lord's
ascension inu heaven.
Ludden Memorial, Nineteenth - and Caa
telar, G. W. Snyder, Pastor At 11, "The
Comforter;" Sunday school, 10, "The True
Vine." Ladles" Aid society Thursday aft
ernoon at thd residence of Mrs, Si. C-Nervosa,
2911 South Twentieth.
Grace, English, 1326 South Twenty-sixth.
C. N. Swlhar'., Minister Preaching, 11 and
S; Rev, R. E. Peery, president of Midland
college, will apeak. Sunday school, 1:60;
Luther league. 7.
Grace Branch Sunday School, ' Forty
eighth and Li-aven worth At 2.
pella, Danish. Corby and Thirtieth. H.
Berthlen. Pastor Sunday school at 9:30; ,
preaching, 10:30 and 8. i
St, Mark's, Twentieth and Burdette,
arhnol, 9:45, Charles Puis, superintendent
Thrift tun Endeavor. 7:15, led by a leadwr
from HllUIdd Congregational church.
Pella Annex, Leavenworth and Forty
nlntn Services conducted by Rev, H.
lien he leu at 3.
Trinity. Twenly-flfth and H, South Side,
Rev. Charles F. Holler. Pastor Sunday
school at 9:45. Special program for
Mothers' day. Morning worship at 11, sub
ject, "God's Greatest Gift, a Mother." Jun
ior union at t:J0. Baptist Toung People's
union at i. evening service at s.
Iramanuel, Twenty-fourth and Pinkney,
Rev. Arthur J. Morris, Pastor At 10:80,
sermon by the Rev. Clark H. Bancroft.
Bible school at nnon, rharles W. Simon, su
perintendent. Young People's meeting at 7,
At 8. "The Lhw of the Upward Reach."
Prayer and praise meeting, Wednesday eve
ning at 8,
Kountie Memorial, Farnam Street and
Twenty-sixth Avenue, llev. Oliver D
Baltily, Pastor; Rev. C. Franklin Koch. As
socials Pastor "America's Curse." at 11
"Satan Sifting Simon." at 8. Sunday school
at n:tft. turner league at 7.
Zlon, Thirty-sixth Street and Lafayette
Avenue, llev. A. T. LiOnmar, Pastor Evi
Nelson, organist. Blrger Kduulst, choir dl
rector. Sunday school at 9:45. Services
at 11 and 8. Tho Luther league will meet
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ida
Johnson, 322 4 Myrtle avenue. Wednesday
evening, midweek trvlct. Thursday eve
ning, the Ladles Aid will give Its annual
.May festival in the church parlors. Fri
day evening, eholr rehearsal. Confirmation
class, Tuesday afternoon and Saturday
Church of Our Redeemer, 26AB Amss Ave
nue, Rev. W. T. Kahre, Pastor Sunday
school at v:45. "Knectual rrayer," at 11.
No evening service.
Diets, Tenth and Pierce, Rev. C. N. Daw
son, Pastor Sunday school at 9:45, Dr. J.
L. Fran, superintendent. "Mother," at 11,
Epworth league at 7, Irene Mason, leader.
"Sons and Daughters." at 8. Forrest Painter
will singe, "The Publlcnn," at the 11 o'clock
service. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8.
Method bt.
Walnut Hill, Forty -first and Charles
Mrs. Stuntz, wife of Bishop Stunts, speaks
at 10:30, At 8, Epworth league Methodist
Norwegian and Danish, Twenty-fifth and
Decatur, James Sanaker Pastor Service In
the mother tongue at ll, and in English.
7:45. Sunday school, 10. Service In Gold
street chit pel, Wednesday, 8.
Hirst Memorial, Thirty-fourth and Larl-
more, Joseph Stoplord. Pastor Sunday
hool, 10. At 11, Mothers' day program in
charge of young men's class. Epworth
league, 7. At 8, "The Man Who Sought to
Please All."
First Swedish, Nineteenth and Burt, Gua-
tav Erickson. Minister At 10, Sunday
hool. At 11, Mothers" day service; "The
Christian Home.'' At 7, Epworth league. At
8,' "Fervent Prayer."
First, Twentieth and Davenport, Titus
Lowe, Pastor At 9:45, Bible class; James
Hodtfe. superintendent. At 11, "Th" Place
of the Church in the Life of the i nv." At
7, Epworth It'nKiio. At 8, "What u Man
Owes to His Country and What His Coun
try Owes lo Him."
Hanscnm Park. Wonlworth and Georgia,
Emory D. Hull, Minister At 11, "Mother."
At 7:46, sermon by llev. J. F. Poucher Of
Trinity Methodist.
MeCahe, L. V. Slocumb, Pastor At 10:30,
Mothers' day sermon. At 10:30, primary Sun
day school. At 11:45, adult and Junior Sun
day school. At 7, Epworth league anniver
sary service. At 8, "A Question of the :
Soul's Velfare." I
Trinity. Twentv-flrat and Btnnev. Rev-
John F. Poucher, Pastor Preaching at 1L
"Mother.' At 8, celebration Enworth leacue
anniversary. Musto by choir, E. F. Williams,
chorister: Miss Flora Seers Neison, organ
ist. Sunday school, 9:45; Wlllad Chambers,
superintendent. Epworth league, 7; William
Borchcrding, president.
Oak Street, Twentieth and Oak. H. C.
Buirows, Minister Sundny school, 9:46. At
11, "Mother.' Junior Epworth league, 8;
Epworth league at 7; the twenty-eighth
anniversary of the organisation of the Ep
worth league and the public Installation of
the newly-elected cabinet of the league at 8.
The Epworth league will have entire charge
of the evening service. Bible study and
prayer meeting, 7;45, Wednesday.
Hirst Memorial. Thirty-fourth and Larl
more Morning program given by Boys'
club of the church; Bible stcry, by Paul
Newcomer; reading, "My Mother," by John
Reddan and boys; song trio, "Mother's
Hymn to Me," Slkes, Miller, Reddan; re
sponsive reading, led by Harry Burkett;
offertory, instrumental solo, Mlas Mildred
Slnnett; address, "Mother," Alfred Thom
son, Peart, Twenty-fourth and Larlmore 9:45,"
Sunday school: 11. Mothers dav: 1. En.
worth league; 8, pageant by Epworth league;
neunesaay, h, leuowsnip nour.
First, Farnam and Thirty-fourth, Edwin
Hart Jenkr, Pastor At 11, Daep Calling
Unto Deep." At I "Obedience" Sunday
school at noon; Frank E. Clark, superln-
(Of Indiana University)
An alliance with Great Britain
would make much easier the preser
vation ot our liberties ana vital in
terests and the development of our
national policies in America as well
as in Europe and the Far East.
The British empire is largely a con
federacy of free peoples with senti
ments and institutions similar to our
own, and, except in certain matters
of trade, our mutual interests are not
seriously antagonistic.
. Where such interests do conflict, as
perhaps in Latin America, they are
readily capable of compromise or ad
the fundamental mutual interests
of both the British empire and the
United states are those usually de
nominated in our presidential cam
paigns as "peace and prosperity."
In the mam, both peoples are ma
terialistic and utilitarian. In both
countries no slogans appeal with more
force than those of the full dinner
pail" and national security with a view
to the eniovment ot all the comforts
of home."
War is generally regarded bv the
Anglo-Saxon world not merely as a
useless survival of a barbaric past, but
as a rule an unwelcome disturbance of
business, of games, and of all the oth
er peaceful vocations and avocations
in winch our citizens as we I as Brit
ish subjects delight.
Another mutual and perhaps senti
mental (though no less vital) interest
that described bv such terms or
phrases as democracy, the right of
self-government, western liberalism.
the political and economic freedom of
the individual (including the emanci
pation of woman), etc.
It we desire the tnumDh of such
ideals over Prussian militarism, au
tocracy and organization, the best
way would seem to be to form an al
liance with the British empire and
act in conjunction with the newly
awakened democracies cf Kussia and
China, as well as with the older dem
A POWERFUL FIGHTING SHIP The U. S. S. New York i one of the most heavily armed ships in our navy. It is equipped
with ten 14-inch guns, twenty-two 5-inch guns, four three-pounders and four 21-inch torpedo tubes and is a super-dreadnought
of great speed.
i I V Skls mi iml
tendent. Junior Christian Endeavor, 4. Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:46. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday. 7:46.
North, Twenty-fourth and Wirt, M. V.
Hlgbee, Pastor At 11, "The Source of En
couragement," Sabbath school at 1:15.
Preaching at I. Young People s Society of
Christian Endeavor, 7,
Benson. A. J. McClunr. Pastor Sundav
school, 10, At 11, "Our Mothers." Junior
Endeavor, 8. Christian Endeavor, 7. At 1.
"Esther." Prayer meeting Wednesday, I.
Westminster, Twenty-ninth and Mason.
J. Franklin Toung, Pastor Bible school
8:46. At 11. "Abljah, the Mother of Hese
klah." Junior Christian Endeavor. 1:30.
Senior Christian Endeavor. 7. At 8. 'Thv
Gentleness Hath Made Me Great" A recog
nition oi Motners' aay throughout th day.
Covenant, Pratt and Twenty-seventh.
Charles H. Fleming, Pastor At 10:30, "The
Trees of God." Bible school at noon. Junior
Endeavor, 3:30. Senior, 7. At t, "What Hast
Thou to Do With Peacp." Wednesday even
tng tho fifteenth lesson In the gospel (of
Falrvlew, Pratt and Fortieth Bible
school, 11. Endeavor at 7. Preaching at 8
gospel sermon. Wednesday evening, prayer
R. L. Wheeler Memorial, Twenty-third and
J, Rev. R. I Wheeler, Pastor Bible school.
:ib. At 11, "Mother's Pay." Toung People's
Society of Christian Endeavor, 7. At I, "The
Theology of Jeans,''
Clifton Hill. Forty.nfth and Grant, B. R.
Von der Llpue, Pastor Sunday school, 10;
A. D. Barre, superintendent. At 11 "Our
Mothers." Christian Endeavor, 7. Song serv
Ica and message, 8.
Lowe Avenue, Fortieth and Nicholas, A.
r, Ernst, Mlnleter 10;30, "What Is In Your
House?"; Sabbath school at noon. Dr. J. M.
Patton, superintendent; 3, Junior Christian
Endeavor: S. Intermediate Christian Un.
deavor; 7, Senior Christian Mndeavor; I,
sermon. "The Deadly Sin of Avarice;" Moth
ers' day sermon in morning.
Dundee, Fiftieth Street and Underwood
Avenue, Rev. Harry B. Foster, Minister
Sunday school at t :4f. "The Responsibility
of Parents, "at 11. Junior Endeavor at 1:30.
Senior Endeavor at 7, "Some Things the
War Should Secure ftr Us," at 7:46.
Parkvale, Ccrner Thirty-first and Gold, R.
W, Taylor, Pastor Bible school, 10. F. J.
Purchase, superintendent; parents' day serv
ices at 11, subject, "A Parental Duty;"
Christian Endeavor, 7; popular service, 7:46.
subject, "M (unions in South America;"
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:46.
I' nlted Presbyterian.
First, Twenty-first and Emmet. Frank B.
Foster, Pastor At 10:30, "The Influence of
Mothers." At 8, "Conformed against Trans
formed.'1 Bible school at noon. Young Peo
ple's ' meeting, 7:16. Wednesday study class
at I.
Central, Twenty-fourth and Dodge, Hugh
y re at notAt r
B. Spear, Pastor Sunday school, 9:46: at
11, "An Old Prophet's Warning to the
Present Day;" 7. young people's meeting; at
It "The Secret of Moral Progress."
First, Turpin's Hall, Twenty-eighth and
Farnam, Robert French Lea Venn. Minister
Church school, 1:46; at 11 "Communion
With Ood."
tutted Brethren,
Harford Memorial, Lothrop and Nine
teenth, H. L. Reese, pastor Sunday school,
10; at 11, Mother'a day wilt be observed
with appropriate musln and sermon: 7,
Christian Endeavor; It, choir will render a
program of song, with short address by
tho pastor.
Miscellanea its,
Swedish Holiness, 6201 Leavenworth, Rev.
C. O. Btuberg. Pastor Services 11 and 7:80;
young people's meeting, 6.
First Reformed, Twntythlrd and Deer
Park. John F. Hawk, Minister Sunday
school, 0;45; ll, "Mother's ContrlbntJon
(Mothers' dy tervlcf); Christian Endeavor
8;45; 8, "The lulct Hour."
First Progressive Spiritualist Church, 1301
Smith Twenty-fifth. T. II, lagrrU, Pastor
Sermon at 3, followed by memajts. Olhel
message services Wednesday and Friday, 8,
Associated Hlhie Student. Nlnetenth and
Farnam 3, "Resurrect ion, It-'Htltution ; On
ThoutanJ Years Roign of Christ," speaker,
T. H. McNaught.
Chicago Streot Mission, 1116 Chicago, Re
C. O. Stuberg. Superintendent Service!
Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday nlghta,
7:46; holiness mi " ling 3 Sunday,
People's, fit 5 North Eighteenth, Rev.
Charles W. 8;tvUlge. Pastor Morning, 'The
Greatest PonseHclun ;" evening, "poea Jesus
Christ Oet in th- Scales with Us and Thus
Outweigh Our Slna?''
Unity socleiy wilt meet Sundny at 11, 701
Bee building. Subject, "Foi-glvencsa."
Irish KenillncKs,
Pat was walking along the rond readlnf
an Irish comic paper and laughing at the
Jokes, when he was shipped '')' an English
man who wanted to know what hn was
Uughlng at. Pat replied by handing him
the paper, remarking tbat a particular Jokn
to which he pointed would make anybody
Tho Englishman took the paper, read the
Joke, and, hit nd tng it bark to Pat, re
marked: "The man who would laugh at
that would be an awful flat."
Just then the Kngltxlimnn slipped on ft
bit of orange peel and fell to the ground,
wherupon Pat remarked: "The man who
wouldn't laugh at that Is flatter," Pitts
burgh Chronlcle-TeleKrapli.
(letting Even.
"Now, what do you want?" asked the
sharp-tempered woman.
"I called to see If I could sell you some
bakln' powder, ma'am." said the seedy
gentleman with the staggering whiskers.
"Well, you can't sell no bakln' powder
here and 1 ain't got no time to wast
on peddlers, anyway."
"Como to think of It, ma'am." aald the
seedy gentleman, as he fastened his bag,
'I wouldn't care to sell you any powder.
This poky tittle kitchen of yours Is ao low
In the retltn' that the bread wouldn't have
no chanoe to rise." Chicago Post,
The Berg Clothing Co.'s
1415 Farnam Street
Julius (Man
1508-1510 Douglas St
$6.50 to $8.75 Silk & Wool
125 new model skirts of Ameri
can Poplin, Taffetas, Silk Faille,
Serges; mostly navy and black
splendid styles; all sizes.
Reducing spring stocks to normal size
In an all-important six-day
Starting Monday morning we launch a sale event that usual
ly holds our attention about July 1st. A two-fold purpose
prompts this action first, a stock decidedly heavier than should be in May;
second, the early arrival of immense shipments of mid-summer wearables
calls for quick action in reducing all spring stocks.
Taffetas, Crepe de Chines,
Pongee, Nets and Georgette
Combinations; all the want
ed colors; dozens of smart
becoming . styles. Starting
Suits that comprise our regular select stock Garments that express the new
est style thoughts that introduce the richest fabrics and most wanted colors.
These are the suits that we've sacrificed to rock-bottom to effect a quick, positive
Copen, Navy, Sand, Mus
tard, Cold, Apple Green,
Black, Receda and Tan.
Belter, pleated backs;
large collars, tailored collars,
collars and cuffs of contrast
ing colors.
Poplins, Serge, P o 1 r e t
Twills, Gabardines, Velours,
Tricotines, plain and fancy
UP TO $35.00
UP TO $45.00
UP TO $55.00
n in
The extensiveness of our Coat stocks, the choiceness of styles and wonderful
buying opportunities made possible by this sale, will prove the most powerful bar-'
gain event in Omaha apparel circles. Come early Monday share in the savings.
$15 to $18.50
Coats r?
Crepe de Chines, .
Taffetas, G e o r g- '
e 1 1 e s, Afternoon
and Sport Blouses
every popular
color; wonderful
variety of styles. .
Beautiful Ge o r g-
$22.50 to
Coats 1 6
J' fflfrl folf IN THE GREATEST lVri
if I 3 5 i Pff SALE 0F THE SEAS0N V M Ite 1
I fctt I!!? STARTS MONDAY, 8:30 A. M. aE
Green: dozenn of
a 1 1 r active styles.
Beaded and embroidered effects.
Dainty Beaded and .
Embroidered '
Georgette Blouses i
in every color that
one might wish.
Beautiful styles,
broad assortment
for choosing
As a headline attraction during this unusu
al Apparel Clearance, we have included about
5,000 Silk and Cotton Blouses at prices which
will crowd our immense Blouse Section to
This store's well-earned slogan, "Famous
for Blouses," will be made doubly conspicu
ous in the eyes of Omaha shoppers, because
of the extreme values offered starting Mon
day morning.
rtroh, Paatoi Services at 11 and a; Sonduy ocractCS of France and Italy. I'
Voiles. Rntl'ufn
Organdie and
Madras; white
and several col
ors; endless va
riety of smart
styles; Targe
collars; excess
Fine Voiles and k"
Organdies; large
collars, frills and
embroidered crea
tions; white and
colors; 25 distinct
styles; extra sizes
50 beautiful styles i
in Voiles, Organ-
dies, Batistes, Ma- X
dras; sport styles
and dainty dressy
creations; white
and all the new