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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 2,' 1917.
FARM LAND FOR RENT
10 ACRES OF FINE LAND. OFF
OF THE WEST CENTER
ROAD; BARN LARGE ENOUGH
FOR 1 TEAM. ANT 2-ROOM
HOUSE. WALNUT 1534-2.
TRUTH AND HONESTY
in our business dealings explain the
remarkable success we have
achieved in Omaha in the last few
We believe in giving our patrons
dollar for dollar value on their used
cars in trade for new ' cars. Our
used car patrons are given just the
same consideration. Just as much
attention and just the same cour-
These are the principles which
perpetuate a successful business,
and we shall strive to merit through
the practice of these principles the
continued good will of our patrons.
No Misrepresentation ,
The following cars are sold for
what they are. You will not regret
buying one of them:
1114 Rtudtbaker Four Touring Car. ..$350
1H Stud-biker Four Tourlnr Car... 371
114 Btudebaker Blx Touring Car.... tot
Btudebaker Big Tourlnr Car.... 471
' lilt Btudebaker HI Tourlnr Car.... 100
Ill Btudebaker Four Tourlnf Car... lot
ttl Btudebaker Four Tourlnr Car... 101
lilt Btudebaker Four Tourlnr Car... 4(
lilt Btudebaker Bis Tourlnr Car.... TOO
11T Studabaker Four Tourlnr Car... (00
11T Btudebaker Four Tourlnr Car... TOO
3117 Btudebakar Bit Tourlnr Car.... 70
1917 Btudebakar fill Tourlnr Car.... 701
1117 Btudebakar Blx Tourlnr Car.... 101
HI I 8tudehaker Four Tourlnf Car... 750
117,, Maxwall Tourlnr Car 4t
3917 Maxwell lloadater 401
HIS Bulck Tourlnr Car... 601
HIS Overland Tourlnr Car S7I
HI7 Btudebaker Landau..... S00
fair - 0
Mulrk Roadster, reflnlshed..., ....... 171
Itudebaker H-ton Truck tit
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
Farnam St. at 25th Ave. Har. 871.
. Bargain . . '
WE HAVE THE CARS AT THE
CARS -FROM $175 TO $550.
H17 Maxwall tourlnr car, Ilk new. 1350 j
HIS Oakland Utht at tourlnr, cheap at J
HIS Brlaco tourlnr. tilt.
Two new Saxon roadsters, 1350.
WE ARE THE USED FORD MEN.
H17 Ford tourlnr car, nearly new winter
Hll Ford tourlnr car, a rood one, I HO.
HIT Ford tourlnr car, cheap at flit.
HIS Ford roadater, taatly worth the
money, 1275. ,
Anti Freeze Radiafor
Only en filling required for the en
tire a 'on. Wa ruarante thl solution
and will repair free of charge any radi
ator which fretxe or la damaged throurh
the ua of thla solution, W keep your
radiator filled all winter for ' the on
FORD SIZE, $3.50. MEDIUM, $4.00.
Radiator repair work oa all make and
ruaranteed. New and uaed radlatora. Second-hand
Ford radlatora from 111.10 and
up. Call and let RADIATOR PAUL re
pair your radiator,
WADSWORTH WINTERv TOPS
FOR FORDS. SOLID GLASS
DOORS, $75.00. .
Your Money Back if Not Satisfied.
iTRAWVER AUTO CO.
HIS Farnam St.
Nearly New Used Cars .
Overhauled and Guaranteed
. HUDSON SUPER SIX
TOURING CAR ..-.....$1,200
PAIGE SIX TOURING
, DRUMMOND " TOURING
CADILLAC SEDAN 750
HUDSON LIGHT SIX
TOURING CAR ....... 750
HUDSON LIMOUSINE M. 1,250
Now is the time to buy nearly
new used cars and an investigation
will prove . !1 that we claim for
them. Other ;used cars at lower
E rices. Our stock is getting low, to
uy now before they are all gone.
GUY L. SMITH
2563 Farnam St. Douglas 1970.
AUTO PARTS CO.
USED CAfc BARGAINS.
Brand new ISIS Light Blx Bulck road
ater. extra tire and rlma, apot Urbt and
bumper. Thla car la new and Carrie a
full factory ruarante ....11.10
HIS Oldamoblla cirht-cyltnder tourlnr
ear, new ,tlra all around.,,, .,...,..(700
HIT Ford Sedan, looka and I a rood
a new............ ,.....,oo
.HIT Ford Tourlnr. In perfect ahap. 110
ISIS Monro roadater, (tarter and lights.
HIT Overland St Tourlnr.' Thl car la
aa rood a new....,.,.. ,..,..1476
Com In and look them over.
It yon ar not, aatlafied you can bring
them back and w will refund your
Fart and aeceaaorle for 100 make ct
car at lOo en the dollar.
1101 Farnam Bt. Dougtaa 4X0.
FORD TRUCK ATTACHMENT.
140 F. O. B. CHICAGO,
The only truck attachment eonvertlnr
the rerular Ford Into a on-ton-truck for
S40. ' I doing the mm thing that other
form-a-truck devlcea ar dolnr for 1150.
Jn dally ua by thouaanda of firm all over
the country. Live proapecta everynhere.
Great money maklnr propoaltlon for re
liable party. Stat fully your qualifica
tion and territory wanted. Rep Hi hold
la atrlct confidence.
MAREMONT MANTJFACTCRINO CO..
SIS B. WABASH AVE., CHICAGO,
Boylan Sells Cars Cheap
1 Uaxwell Tourlnr Car. In flna eon '
1 Richmond Tourlnr Car, a a nap.. 1150.00
t Ford Tourlnr Care, en truck.
In rood order .1150 00
1 S-cyllnder Mitchell, electric llfhu
and atarter. In fin runnlnr order. A anap
'for aomeon that want a rood car. Com
down and make ma an offer,
1 Mitchell Truck, run rood.......! 75.00
1 Studabaker Tourlnr Car, a anap. f 200.00
1 Abbott Detroit 1-ton truck. In
rood condition 1115.00
Boylan Auto Parts Co.
Hll Davenport St. P. HI 4.
HIT MODEL K GRANT SIX, been run 1.000
mile, rood tire, fully equipped, electric
atarter and tights, on man top, etc. Car
Hat at $4, Omaha. Will aell cheap.
Guaranteed flret-elaaa condition very
way. Phone Douglaa IPS.
HIS FORO-tourlnr, demountable wheel. I
nw tlrea. perfect condition. IJTS.
HIT Ford roadater. S10S worth ei
ex tree, IUS.
114 . !4h Bt. Douglas 4441
ANTtLf A four-paaeenrer iaitomot)lleT
rnuit be a tat model of rood make In
rood rendition and priced to aell. Tell
everything in flrat letter. -Addrfaa Box I
. fare Omaha Bee,
ALL kind of ear for hire, with or with
out driver, by the mile or by the hour.
, Ford. lo per mil. Dourla Til, fie-
braaka Service Oarar.
EaTTKRIM CHARGED AND REPAIRED.
X Svtrrtady Battery Sutton, IS0S FaxDajn.
X--V -Vf... I..:-,-.--:
FOR SALE A caterpillar tractor enrlne,
40-60 or 10-75, In perfect condition. Jamea
Malone. 3IS-2Z0 Rlcbarda Blk., Lincoln,
QUALITY UBKD CARS.
Btudebaker Wilton, Ino.
We have the beat bargains. Be oa at
once. Harney 171. Farnam at lth Are.
MUST aall mjr nearly new lfll model Ford
tourlnr car. It la In splendid condition
and price la rlrht. Can and sea A. W.
Johnson, 1131 Davenport fit
I OVERLAND tdurlng care, model 11, first
class condition, new tlrea, new paint, 1400
each; real barralna. Andrew Murphy
Son, 14th and Jackson.
FOR BALE Overland model, 76. tourlnr,
beat on markrt for money; muet be aold
on account of draft. Come and aee. Web.
FOR SALE HUDSON SUPER 81JC roadater
almoat new. In first claaa ahape. F. A.
Quggenmos, Dannebrog. Neb.
WTnTETP-FOR SPOT CASH. l6 USED
CARS; quick action; so delay. Auto Ex
change Co., S107 Farnam St Dour. 1011.
OAKLAND sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
J300 Farnam St
BARGAINS In uaed care.
ORR MOTOR SALES CO.,
40th and Farnam. Harney 414.
CAN make Immediate delivery on a new
HIS model Ford tourlnr car. Phone Har
ney st. ' 9
CHTa RANTER TIRE AND VULCANIZING
CO., all klnda of tlra repalrlnr and worle?
guaranteed.- Douglas 7151. 1101 Douglas Bt
BAROXlNH IN USED FORD CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
10th and Howird. Ford Agrnts. Dour. 1500.
USED CAR DEPT.
SMT Farnam St Dour. SSSi-L,
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
. 1206 Harney Bt Dourlaa BIOS.
BERTSCHT "Kan-Fix It." Boutheaat cor
ner SO and and Harney Sta. Dourlaa 1561.
FOR BALK On 1117 Hupmoblle, I90t. Call
Dourlaa 4I7S or 2511 Farnaim
AUTO, experienced man, with liltl money
for part. SH-1S North ISth. -
Auto Livery and Garages.
RENT A FOHD DRIVE IT YOURSELF.
lOo a mile-, !5o per hour, minimum chart.
(Except Sunday and holiday.) , i
FORD LIVERY CO.. '
Dourla 3633. 1314 Howard Bt
SPECIAL FORD SUDAN BODIES.
WM. PFEIFFER AUTO A CARRIAGE) WKS
16th Ave. and Leavenworth St. Tyler 701
Starters and Generators Repaired.
W repair any atorave battery, guaran
teelnr aam for alx month.
O: AHA BATTERY AND SERVICE CO.,
till Harney Bt Tyler 1314.
(AUTO ELECTRIC 8ERVICB CO.
Anything electrical about your auto. '
11 B. 19th St Dourla S4IS.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
LAMF AND WINDSHIELD REPAIRING.
Night and day service. Out-of-town work
riven prompt attention.
BOYLAN AUTO RADIATOR
Dourla SS14. 1(1 Davenport Bt.
HAVE TOUR FORD
overhauled and aave your money. Work
SHERMAN AVE. OARAGE. Web. 711.
EDWARDS, E. 8., S01S N. lth Bt Web-
ter lioi. For beat reault with repair
work conault u
RADIATOR repair work, all work ruaran
teed. Trawver Auto Co., H10 Farnam Bt,
1100 reward for magneto w can't repair.
Coll repaired. Bayadorfar. S10 N. Htb.
Tires and Supplies.
Mad with two old tire. 10x1, 16.40;
lOxSVt, IT.lSl SlxlH, is.ss.
"2-In-l" Vulcanizing Co.,
U1S Da van port St Aieot Wanted.
'B1LT-NU" Tlrea, ruaranteed 1.(00 mile,
av money. Vuloanlilnr and retreading.
Auto and radiator repalrlnr.
OMAHA RADIATOR, TIRE AND AUTO
works, mii-ii cumlnr Bt Tyler 117.
"ilHbJS AT HALF PRICE. ALL 8IZK&
New soil Flreatone. 17.00; Ford tube. II.
New lOxlH nonakld Flreatone, $11.00.
KA IMAN'fl TIRE) SHOP. 1711 CUMING.
"TIRE prl: wrecker. Thl I no I In 1 tire
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY
ilOlH Jackaon. Art, wanted. Omaha, Nen.
SAVE SO PER CENT ON YOUR TUUCsT"
O. A O. Tiro and Vulcanising Co., 1411
Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W,
BUT Lee Puncture-proof Pneumatic Tire
and eliminate your tire trouble. Powell
n-JjiiEEiL r" m,!lw,l5'""m, i m.nm mileiiei
Motorcycles and Bicyclea
U A RLE Y DAVIDSON MOTORCVCLE8.
Barralna In uaed Machine. Victor H.
. Boo. The Motorcycle Man. 17th and
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WE WANT you to our new, up-to-date
poultry houat, yard and fin chicken.
Com down and hav a talk with Mr,
Ufford, manager of our Poultry Extenalon
Department ' Ton can bay from ua our
Red Feathef poultry feed, ' alfalfa meal,
alfalfa flour, corn feed meal, tacked oaU,
corn chops, bun, short, oil meal, etc., and
apeclal teeda for owa, hor cattle, iheep,
iprae and muje ; W make city da
llverlea. Country buyer drop ua a line tor
price, aamplea, 1 bookleta. M. C Peter
Mill Co.. 11th and B St., South Side,
Omaha, Neb. Phon. Tyler I0S.
BKAUTIFUL exhibition type whit colli
pupple by "Queen Paradlae," air "Whit
Cloud Majeaty;" beat atock In America;
finer Chrtatma rift. U. S. Oahlmo, 111
south nth st
BOSTON Terrlere t atud. Tuffa' Punch
and Tuffa Booby. Reglatared and prlae
. wlnnera. 1S24 8. 17th. Phone H 443(1.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Floyd H. lllxh and wife to M. A. Peaae,
Florence boulevard, 110 feet aouth of
Florenc boulevard, wat ilde, 44x
John B. Watklna and wife to William
Paraona, Twenty-alshth atreet, (0 .
feet north of O atreet, eaat aide,
Artemaa L. Ireland and wife to Erneat
L. Inland, Twenty-ninth atreet. ISO
feet aouth of Orover avenue, weat
Omaha Manufacturing Co. to Oeorge
W. Plainer,' Twenty-fourth atreet,
ST H feet aouth of Boyd atjeet, weat
XV n, IT Un.1 anrf if I. Arthur
R, Roberta, northweet corner Fifty. )
flrat and Ntcholaa atreeta, 100x155.. 1.550
Martha Ablon and husband to George
7. Dlohl, Twenty-econd (treet 111 '
feet north of Pratt atreet, eaat aide,
15x114 '. ... 1,100
H. M. Nestor and wife to Calvin C. .
Neff, Underwood avenue, 1(0 feet
-vest of Forty-eighth street, brth
side, 50x111 ,.. t
U..ude High end huaband to Hattle O.
Hunter, Sprlnr atreet 4S feet weat '.
of . Seventeenth street., north side,
: si l-ixisi 1.600
Norrle 4 Norrls to Lula N. Jere -le.
Twenty-fourth atreet, HO fvet aouth
of Florenc boulevard, eaat aide, 44x
146 v 1
Harry A. Johnaon and wife to Mugh
M. Harper, Spencer street, SO feet
eaat of Thtrty-etxth avenue, north
Orae Orant to Frieda L. Hobeon,
Forty-firat (treet 150 feet north of
California atreet weat aide, SOxllS,,
Frieda L. Hobeon to Orace Orant
Boyd (treat T7 Vfc feet west of Twen-
ty-rourth street, north aide, iox7i..
Byron . R. Haatlnga, truatee, to Elale
Mae King, Fifty-fourth atreet, 150
feet aouth of Pratt atreet, weet aide ,
George C. Eaelln to Sarch Elisabeth.
Munson et al,, aouthwest corner
Thlrty-tlrat and Ohio atresia, SOx
Guy O. Elite et al. executors, to Madecla
Hoeher- Thirty-second avenue, 44.7
feet aouth of Martha street west
side. 50x140 S.tOO
. idy Schaefer and wife to V. J. Nepo
del et at Corby atreet 100 feet eaat
of Fifty-eighth atreet, north aide,
mi A. Larson and wife to Rurl T.
Penn and wife, Manderson atreet, i
130 fret eaat of Thirty-first avenue, .
aouth side. SOxllS. 1,000
Ji :m F. Dale and wife to Arthur R.
Roberta, Twenty-ninth street 150
, feet north of Hickory street west
side. 50x150 1,000
Jennie Hera and huaband to William
L. Car7. southweet corner Thirty
second s venue and Lincoln avenue.
10x150 ............ .......11,000
That the NORTH SIDE of Omaha is rapid
ly becoming its fine residence section.
That more new homes are built out there
every year than the south and west side com
bined. ' '
That the prettiest spot in Omaha is the Mil-,
ler Park District with its perfect contour, its
river view, its fine paved streets.
That MINNE LUSA is the finest place', for
ypu to make your future home, where
.ground value is still low, where you can
quickly and easiry sell your home If your
plans should be changed
That we are building 25 MORE of these
beautiful homes, new designs, every mod
ern convenience, shingle, siding and stucco
exteriors, on fine large lots, with . every
street improvement already in, with orna
mental .treet light that add greatly to its
That we sell those homes on EASY TERMS.
RENTS ARE HIGH
but why PAY RENT? Come in and let U3
show you. '
We have 500 satisfied clients to refer you to
CPARLES W. MARTIN &-C0.
Sundays call: IV-
F. L. Gallup, Colfax 12f), or JE. A. Hoising
ton, Colfax 2202. ' - ' '
$200 DOWN AND $25 A MONTH
6-room, strictly modern house, located near Kountze Place,
newly painted and decorated; east front; paved street; large lot.
, Priced at f2,400. f '
; -'( ' ACREAGE BARGAIN
i IVt acres near 48th and Brown, just over the city limits, but
near city conveniences; lies high and level; 2 acres of good fruit;
balance under cultivation ; 7 -room house, barn and chicken house,
partly fenced, chicken tight. Owner will consider a five or six
i room house in good locality, nearly new. Priced at $7,500; a
genuine snap. Can be handled on $2,500 cash or equity in house.
Don't fail to see this.
ACREAGE StfAP WHY PAY RENT?
. $500 DOWN AND $25 PER MONTH
: 6-room house, modern except heat; 1 acres of ground, near"
26th and Curtis, paving on boulevard; barn, chicken house, and
other necessary buildings; close to school; not far from car line.
Priced at $4,000, what the improvements are worth. - (
.:$; OWNER WANTS CITY PROPERTY ';
We have a client that owns 80 acres in Custer County, Neb.,
1 miles from Lomax. This land lies smooth to gently rolling;
house 24x24; barn 20x24; granary 12x14; shed, well and wind
mill; good soil. Owner would consider a good residence property
3 or i years old. Priced at $75 per acre.
OWNER WANTS OMAHA RESIDENCE
' We have a client that owns 160 acres in Holt County, Neb.,
10 miles northeast of O'Neill; 65 acres tinder cultivation; 22
acres in pasture; 70 acres in hay; good house, small barn. Owner
will consider a 4,000 to $5,000 residence in good neighborhood,
nearly new; land priced at $60 per acre.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY -.
: V 537 Omaha National Bank Building.' D. 1781.
Where Do the Tons
Of OnerCent Pieces Go?
What becomes of all the pins? That
is an old, old question which has
never been answered satisfactorily. We
can imagine, however, how easily a
pin, being small and smooth and of
no value, can slip away and be lost.
But who can tell what becomes of all
the pennies? v '
Every years about 80,000,000 pennies
are manufactured and put into circu
lation, and though maay come back
to the treasury for redemption, yet
the majority of them are never seen
again. They are not particularly
smooth or slippery and their slight
value should gain them more care
than, an ordinary pin, but in spite of
this they disappear and are lost. This
in part can be explained by the fact
that they change hands oftener than
other coins and hence are subject to
more accidents, and being of small
value they are carelessly treated.
The first American cent was coined
and circulated in 1793, and was very
similar in appearance, to the cent of
later dates. - 1 N
The rarest cent is that of the series
of -1799.. It is said that the scarcity
of this issue is due to the fact that a
firm in Salem, Mass., which was then
engaged in the slave trade, procured
a large quantity of them from the
mint, and after drilling a hole in each
one shipped them to Africa, where
they were given as ornaments to the
chiefs in exchange for slaves. The
veracity of this story cannot be
vouched for, but if it is true coin col
lectors are much more likely to find
specimens of this issue in Africa than
in the United States. ;
The cent is a barometer of business,
and it is an interestng fact that dur
iinjr periods of commercial depression
pennies accumulate in the subtreas
uries. Even a big storm or a spell of
very cold weath.r will make a notice
able difference in the demand for
them, as the penny-spending public is
detained at home. It is a sign of
prosperous times when pennies are in
In 1902 a remarkable hoax ..is per
petrated in connection with pennies.
A rumor was started that in coining
the cents of 3902 a large quantity of
gold accidentally had been spilled into
the molten copper and that the gov
ernment was anxious to recall the
issue. While this rumor was in cir
culation an enterprising clothing store
in Washington advertised that it
would pay 18 cents for 1902 pennies.
The result was a mad scramble for
the pennies and speculators virtually
cleaned out some sections of North
and South Carolina. The prices
ranged from 3 cents to 5 cents apiece
and later it was claimed even rose to
12 cents. When the pennies finally
were delivered In large quantities at
the dry goods store the exposure was
made. The ,- firm declared that it
merely has offered 18 cents for 1,902
pennies, regardless of their date. The
victims of the joke had no redress,
but the store had much advertisement,,
New York Stock Exchange '
Cuts Down Christmas Gifts
New York, Dec. l.-Employes of
the stock exchange who in past years
have been the recipients of generous
Christmas gratuities from floor mem
bers, this year will receive only their
share of the regular fund from which
it has been the custom to make an
nual yuletide distributions. : .
The action of the exchange is he
lieved to be a forerunner of similar
announcements by banks and brokers
in the financial district
Old People and Children Are
Guests of Muse Manager
The aged and the children from the
various homes and charitable organ
izations in Omaha' were the guests of
Robert Shirley, manager of the Muse
theater, at a special preformance of
"Jack and the Beanstalk" Friday. The
invitations came through the better
films committee of the Omaha
Women's, club. Automobiles brought
the old oeoole to the theater,
Layman to -Occupy Pulpit of
First Methodist Church;
Letter From Rev. Titus .
Lowe to Be Bead.
Marvin C. Campbell, .banker, manu
facturer and statesman of Indiana,
will speak at the First Methodist
church Sunday morning on behalf of
the "Conference Claimants' Endow
ment Fund." District Superintendent
U. G. Brown will take part in tne
service. Bishop William A. Quayle
will preach in the evening.
A letter from Kev. litus Lowe.
who is now doing Young Men's Chris
tian association work "Somewhere in
France," will be read at the Sunday
Rabbi Frederick Cohn of Temple
Israel will speak from the pulpit of
Plymouth Congregational church
Sunday night. The offering will be
for the .destitute in Bible lands.
Evangelist W. M. Cobley has ac
cepted the pastorate of the Twenty-
seventh Street Memorial Seventh
Day Adventist church and is con
ducting a series of Sunday night, lec
tures on "The Bible Current Events
in the Light of Prophecy."
The annual Thanksgiving morning
sunrise prayer meeting of the Omaha
Christian Endeavor union was held
at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation and was led by former Pres
ident Rev. T. W. Leavitt. Mr. Dean
Davidson, the acting president, has
enrolled in the balloon school at Fort
Kountze Place ehurches gave to the
Armenian famine sufferings their ot
tering oi $JU, made at the union
The evangelistic services at the
Benson Christian church will con
tinue through the week except Mon
day .night. Many persons are uniting
with the church. The choir is doing
excellent work, and this week a junior
choir of 30 or 40 children will begin
training for service. They will prob
ably, sing the next Sunday.
Oraca, South Tenth and Arbor, E. B. Tatt,
Paator 11, "The Savior In Samaria"; 7:30,
The Excuse ''I Can't Have Any Fun If I
Become a Christian."
Immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Plnkney,
Arthur J. Morris, Pastor At 10:30, "The
Desired Haven"; Bible school at"noon,
Cbarlea W. Simon, superintendent; young
people' ' meeting 0:30; preaching 7:30;
prayer and praise service Wednesday eve
ning at I. ,
Olivet; Thlrty-etghth and Grand. J. A.
Jensen. Pastor 10. Bible school: 11, "Our
God''; communion service; 6:30, Baptist
Toung People' union, "Self-Control"; 7:30,
The . Hidden Treasure" ; Wednesday, J.
prayer and fellowship meeting; S, servlcs
oonducted by the pastor at House of Hope,
f lorence oouievard.
Olivet OroveV Mission, Thirty-sixth and
Crown Point Bible school, 2:45.
Calvary, Twenty-fifth and Hamilton. Bev.
W. O. Anderson, Pastor Communion, 10:30:
Baptist Toung People's union, 6:30; at 7:30,
ains wotted Out"; special music.
First, Alvtn DeLarme. Minister Sunday.
1:45, Sabbath school; 11, sermon, "The
Lord's Supper and Reception of New Mem
bers,;" ..3:30, Junior Baptist Young Peo
ple's union; 6:46 Baptist Toung People's
union; 7:45, sermon, "The Success of Real
Christianity and the Failure of the Travesty
or it." , .
Central, Twenty-seventh and St.' Marv's.
O. A.- Hulbert, Minister Preaching, 10:30;
Bible school at noon; Toung PeoMe'a so
ciety, 7; regular mid-week prayer service
Thursday at 8 o'clock. - , t
Tlrst, Nineteenth and Davenport, Fred J,
Clark, Pastor "F glveness oi filns," 10:30;
communion service, noon; church school,
Wednesday, 7:45 at Toung Women's Chris
tian association school of religion.
Plymouth, Eighteenth and Emmet, T. W.
Tavltt. Minister Church school, 10 at 11.
"Self Control:" at 7:30, lectue by Rabbi
Frederick Cohn on "Results of thB; Re
formation." Annual church business meet
ing Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. .
Central Park, Forty-second and Saratoga,
Rev. Denton E. Cleveland, Pastor--Blble
school, 16; morning worship. 11; sermon
by pastor; theme, "Prophecies Literally
Fulfilled In Christ's First Coming;" Junior
Christian Endeavor, 3; Intermediate Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:30; Senior Christian En
deavor, 6:30; evening worship, 7:30.
Florence, Twenty-ninth and Wlllett, R.
C. Harding, Superintendent of Missions,
Pastor Bible school and worship, 10; ser
mon by W. H. Thompson; 6:30 Toung Peo
ple's Society. Christian Endeavor; 7:30, ser
mon by W. H. Thompson.
Miller Park Mission, 8031 ' Arcadia, R. C.
Harding, Superintendent ot Missions, Pas
torBible school and sermon, "The Bible,
Its Compilation, Translations and Authen
ticity." . Benson, 2018 North Fifty-ninth., R. C.
Harding, Superintendent of Missions, - Pas
torUnified program Blbl school and
preaching, 10; sermon, "What Is a Chris
tian?" 6:45, Christian' Endeavor; 1 7:45,
Evangelistic, service, ''The Glory of God."
First,- Twenty-sixth and Harney, Charles
E. Cobbey, Pastor Bible school, 10, J. R,
Cain, Jr., superintendent; at 11, "The Un
known Ally,"' communion; fifty men of the
church will spend the afternoon In the year
ly member canvass; Endeavor, 6:45; 7r4S.
"Is the Church Vital to Our Civilisation t"
Subject of the lesson-sermon In all Chris
tian Science churches, "Ancient and Mod
ern Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism and
First, Twenty-fourth and St. Mary's. Ser
vices 11 and S. 8unday school, t:46 and 11.
Second Church, 6016 Unflerwood. Ser
vices 11; Sunday school, 1:45. i
Third Church, Druid Hall, 8414 Ames.
Services 11. 8unday school, 1:44 and 11.
1 Episcopal. x
St. Barnabas, Fortieth and Davenport,
Rev. Lloyd B. Holsapple, Rector Matins.
7:10; holy communion, 7:30; chlldrens' eu
chsrist followed by the church school, 1:30;
litany, choral and eucharlst and sermon,
10:45; chor. l evensong and sermon, 7:30.'
Orace.'Englisb, 1326 South Twenty-sixth,
C. N. Sylhart, Pastor At -11, celebration
of holy eommunlon; 7:45. "The Third De
gree Christian;" Sunday school. 1:46; Luth
er league, .6:45. .
Graoa Branch Sunday School Hall, Forty-eighth
and Leavenworth-g-At 2.
St Paul's. Twenty-fifth and Evans, T. T.
Otto; Pastor Services in German, 10:30;
English. Thanksgiving sermon. 7:30: Sunday
sthool, V80; confirmation class Tuesdays
and Fridays at 4:80. f
Our Savior's Norwegian-Danish, Hamilton
and Twenty-aixth, Rev. M. W. Halverson,
Pastor NorweglanrDanish service at 11;
English at 8; Sunday school at 10; Toung
People's society Thursday evening.
Ludden Memorial, Nineteenth and Cas
telar, U. W. Snydar, Pastor At 11, "God's
Goodness;' . Sunday school, 10, "The Walls
Rebuilt;" Ladies' Aid society meets Thurs
day from 10 to 8 at the residence ot Mrs..
N. C. Nernesa, 2811 South Twentieth.
First, Twentieth and Mason,. Titus Lang,
Pastor German service, 10,. with holy
communion; preparatory service, t:S0; Eng
lish aervlce, , "The Names of Our Re
deemer;" LkdieaV Aid society meets Wed
nesday at 8; Toung People's society, Wed
nesday at 8. , i f
St Mark's, S. De Freese. Pastor Sunday
school, 6:46; preaching. 11 and 8; Toung
People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 7;
First, Twentieth and Davenport At 10:30
Marvin C. Campbell will preach and Bishop
Quayle In the evening.
Oak Street, Twentieth and Oak, Russell
E. Waitt, Pastor Sunday school. 7:45; at
11, "The Converting Power of Personal
ity;" Junior league, 2; no evening services
because ot uniting with First church, where
Bishop Quay Is wlllespeak; Wednesday eve
ing.! 7:45, J. W. Mesklmea will lead the
Bible atudy and prayer meeting.
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Pierce. H. P.
(Hunter, Pastor Sunday school, t:45; ser
mon by C E. Hodder, 11; Epworth league,
7; sermon by Dr. C H. Kamphoefner, 8;
prayer services. Wednesday, 8.
McCabe Forty-first - and "Farnam, J.
Henry Stltt Pastor At 1:45, Sunday school,
J. L. Ibsoa, superintendent; at 11. "The
Atmosphere ot Life's Greatest Glory i 8.
TO TALK AT THE FIRST
.7. i --y
Junior league; 4:45, special Bible class for
men and women, led by Prof. Eaton; 6:30,
Epworth league; 7:30, a layman from the
team now visiting the city, will gpeak on
the endowment campaign.
Hirst Memorial, Thirty-fourth and Larl
more, Joseph Stopford, Pastor Sunday
school, 10; preaching, 11, O. It. Oaten will
speak; Epworth league, C:?0; 7:30, a ape
clal speaker from,. Fort Omaha.,
Hanscom- Park, William H. Spur.ce, Pas
tor At 8:45, Bible school; 11, sermon by
Rev. H. E. Hutchinson of Siouxlty; 6:40,
Epworth league, led by Miss Alta Davis of
Grace Methodist church; 7:45, sermon by
Bishop Homer C, Stunts. -
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnney, H.' G.
Langley, Pastor Preaching, 11 and 7:30;
morning, "Conference Claimants' Obliga
tion," by Rev. Claudius B. Spencer; evening,
"Conference Claimants,'' by Rev. M. T.
McDonald, Storm Lake, la.; Sunday school,
8:45, R. M. Tyson, superintendent; Ep
worth league, 6:30, Robert . Carley, presi
dent. At 11 and 7:30 music by -choir; E.
F. Williams, chorister and Mrs. Flora Sears
Presbyterian. .. .
R.L. Wheeler Memorial, Twenty-third
and J, Rev. R. L. Wheeler, Pastor Bible
school at 8:45;' .holy communion and flag
dedicated at 10:56; Christian Endeavor at
6:30; preaching at 7:30.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grant, B. R.
Vanderllppe, Pastor Sunday school at 10,
K. S. Finlayson, superintendent; preaching
at 11 and 7:30; young people's meeting at
Dundee, Fiftieth Street and Underwood
Avenue, Harry B. Foster At 11, "The Sac
rlftdal Life" (communion); musical service
at 7:30. :
Falrview, Fortieth and Pratt, Pjul G.
Luce, Pastor Sunday school at 11; Junior
Endeavor at 7; preaching at 8.
First, Thirty-fourth and Farnam, Edwin
Hart Jenka, Pastor At 10:30, "The Light
of the World;" preaching at 7:30;' Sunday
school at noon, ' Frank E. Clark superin
tendent; Junior Endeavor at 4: Senior at
6; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45.
Covenant, Twenty-seventh and Pratt,
Charles H. Fleming, PasW At 10:30, "The
Greater Reason;" Bible school at noon; Jun
ior' Endeavor at 8 and Senior at 6:30; at
7:30, "The Mount of Ascent;" Wednesday'
evening the sixth lesson In the teacher
training course, the pastor leading; Thurs
day the .all-day meeting of the women' of
the church and congregation and - friends
of the work, the missionary program at
11, Mrs. Bexten presenting the topic, and
luncheon at 1, followed by the 'Aid, Mes
dames Williams and Fleming being host
esses. r '
Benson, Sixtieth Street and Military Ave
nue, A. J. McClung, Pastor Sunday school
at 10; at 11. "Are Tou a Slacker?" Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:30; preaching at 7;30:
prayer meeting Wednesday at 8.
Westminster. Twenty-ninth and Mason, J.
Franklin Toung, Pastor Preaching and reg-
uiar bi-monthly communion at 10:30;i Jun
ior Endeavor at 3:30; Senior at 6:30; serv
ice of song and praise at 7:30, the tholr
singing several special selections.
Parkvale, Corner - Thirty-first and Gold
Street, R. W. Taylor. Minister Sunday
school; 10; S. J. Purchase,-superintendent.
Morntny worship, 11, subject, ."The Salt
of. the Covenent" Christian Endeavor,
6:45; evening worship,' 7:45, subject, "All
Under Sin." Prayer meeting Wednesday,
7:45; teacher training, Monday, 6:45.
North, Twenty-fourth and Wirt Morning,
preaching service, 11, Dr. D. E. Jenkins; in
the evening the choir, will give a sacred
concert, beginning at 7:30; Junior Christian
Endeavor, 6:30; Senior Christian Endeavor,
6:30; weekly prayer meeting, Wednesday
at 7:45. .
1 Third Church, Twentieth and Leavenworth
Streets, Rev. Raymond J. Rutt, Pastor
Sunday school, 8:45; sermon by pastor, 11;
Christian Endeavor, 6:30; evening worship
and sermon by pastor, 7:45.
, United Preabyterlan.
Central, Twenty-fourth and Dodge Bible
school at 8:45: at 11, annual thanks offering
service under the direction of the Woman's
Missionary. society. Rev. J. A. Greer giving
the principal address; young people's meet
ing at 6:80; services at 7:30 In charge of
Rev. Frank B. Foster of First United
First, Twenty-first and Emmet, Frank B.
Foster, Pastor Preaching services at 10:30
and 7:30; Bible school at noon; young peo
ples meeting at 6:45.
First . Turpln's Hall, Twenty-eighth and
Farnam A( 8:45,' church school; at 11,
"The Word Became Flesh. H -MlsceUaneous.
Mount Hope Spiritualist 2319 South Thir
teenth, Rev. Ella D. Smith, Pastor Serv
ices Sunday 2 and 8; Tuesday 8..
First Progressive' Spiritualist,' 1309 South
Twenty-fifth, Dr. T. Z. Magavell, Pastor
Sunaay service, 8; mid-week, Wednesday
and Friday, 8.
Associated "Bible Students, Lyric Build
ing, Nineteenth and Farnam 3 Dr. C. W.
Farwell will lecture on "Good Tidings of
Great Joy to All People."
Spiritual Church, of Christ, 628 South
Twenty-eighth, - Mrs. Zoeller, Pastor
Preaching Sunday and Wednesday at 8.
. National spiritual meetings 3414 Cuming
every Thursday and Sunday; evenings, 8:16;
message bearer, Mrs. Ella Gardiner.
People's. Charles . V. Savldge, Pastor
Morning and evening. "The Heart of Man,
Purified and Clef need"; Sunday school at
noon; Toung People's society Christian En-
Ueavor at 6:30. ','.-..'
gjearl," Twenty-fourth, and Larlmore, Earl
E. Bowen, Pastor At 8:45, Sunday school:
11, Rev. U. Q. Brown, district superinten
dent will preach: 6:30, Epworth league;
7:30, Rev. Claudius B. Spencer, Kansas
City, Mo.,- editor the Christian Advocate,
will preach; Wednesday, 7:30, , fellowship
hour. , .
Omaha Philosophical society Will meet
Sunday at 3, Lyric building. Nineteenth and
Farnam. Judge J. W. Woodrough will speak
on "Premier Lloyd George An Apprecia
Son of Bishop Stuntz
Sails for the War Zone
Bishop Stuntz , received a message
that his son, Rev. Hugh ; C. Stuntz,
saild Friday from New York City to
take up Young Men's Christian asso
ciation 'work in Italy. . W. W. Geth-
mann of Reinbeck, la., who has had";
charge of association work at Camp
Grant, Rockford, HI., selected Rev.
LMr. Stantz as his assistant in the
forthcoming work abroad. Lighteen
other associa jon 'Men were in thz
party which sailed. The bishop's son
was ordained in Omaha two weeks
ago. "- ' ' . . ; ..
Brotherhoods' Make Formal
N Demands for More Pay
Cleveland, O, Dec 1. Practically
every railroad ' in the United States
was today-presented with a request
from the; Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmeji .and the Order of Railway
Conductors for increased wages ap
proximating 4Q per cent. The gen
eral chairmen of both labor organiza
tions were to present the , wage
schedule to the general managers of
the roads throughout the country to
day; t , - i" .' 't '
M.E. CHURCH BEGINS
, CAMPAIGN SUNDAY
Prominent Men of the Church
""to Speak Here for Endow- ,
meet for Aged
Beginning Sunday the Methodists
of the state of Xcbraska will assume
the biggest undertaking ever under
taken' by that body in the history of
the denomination, when a campaign
will be, launched to raise $500,000
as an endowment for the support of
the wornout preachers. Of that sum
the Methodists of Omaha are ex
pected to contribute $50,000. To as
sist in the undertaking a number of
strong church V leaders will occupy
local pulpits. f '
At the morning services the follow
ing visitors -will be heard: First
Methodist church, Marvin Campbell,
South Bend, Ind.; Hanscom Park,
Dr. H. E. Hutchinson, pastor of First
church, Sioux City, la.; Grace church,
Dr. John Thompson, superintendent"
of the city missions, Chicago; Trin
ity church, Di. Claudius B. Spencer,
editor of the Central Christian Advo
cate, Kansas City; Walnut Hill
church, Dr. Gettys, Lincoln, Neb.;
Hirst Memorial, Dr. O. R. Oaten,
Chicago; Benson church, Rev. C. H.
Kamphoefner, superintendent of the
Ida Grove district, Iowa, At the eve
ning services Bishop William A.
Quayle will speak in First church,
Bishop Homer C. Stuntz at Hanscom:
Park, Dr. W. T. Macdonald, Storm
Lake, la., -at Trinity church; Dr.
Hutchinson at McCabe church, Dr.
Spencer at Pearl Memorial and Rev.
C. H. Kamnhoefner at Dietz Me
morial. District Superintendent
Brown will speak at Pearl Memorial
in the morning and Mr. L. C. Sholes
Mr. Marvin Campbell is one of the
most prominent laymen in the de
nomination. He is president ofthe
South Bend National bank and presi
dent of the Campbell Paper Box com
pany. He was a member tf the gen
eral conferences of 1904,- 1908, 1912
and 1916. He was a member of the
general conference commission which
formulated the present law relating
to the support of conference claim
ants. He was treasurer of the gen
eral board of conference claimants
from 1908 to 1917. He was a member
of the senate of the state of Indiana
The present campaign is part of a
church-wide campaign to raise an en
dowment of $10,000,000 for the sup
port of conference claimants, an
other name for retired preachers.
Bakers Scon Will Have .5
To Standardize Loaf
Omaha may expect to get bread for
6 or 7 cents a pound after a while, if
Tiave done in some cities throughout
the country. Information contained
in a government chart on wneat,
flour and bread prices of the country
chnwa that although -millers of Min
neapolis are now getting $10.50 a bar
rel tor Hour, bakers in some sections
who are selling for .cash and make no
rlplivprie. ar able to tint Ont a full
pound loaf for from 6 to 7 cents. '
Ihese are the bakers who have
standardized their loaf.
On TWpmhpr 10 all bakers
throughout the country are required
to standardize their loaf, as this is
one of the requirements under the
baker's license. Under this require
ment bakers must after . that date
make loaves of 16 ounces, 24 ounces
or multiples thereof. .
Sioux City Butchers' Union
Will Take Strike Vote Tuesday
Sioux City, la., Dec. 1. The Jour
nal publishes the following today:
"Sioux City unions of the Amalga
mated Meat" Cutters ; and Butcher
Workmen, which have a membership
of 1,500 in the Sioux City packing
plants, will take a strike vote Tuesday
night in accordance with telegraphic
instructions received from the inter
national union in Chicago. A similar
vote in nine other packing centers,
involving approximately 100,000 em
ployes, will be taken."
Christmas Packages for
, Soldiers Should be Sent Now
Norfolk, ,Va., DecVL Christmas
packages foi1 soldiers in training
camps in the "southeastern states
should be sent at once to make cer
tain they will, reach their destination
in time. W. J. Harahah, chairman
of the southwestern department of
the railway war board, after pointing
out the tremendous "task" confronting
the railroads in meeting transporta
tion problems resulting from the war.
warned the public of the approach of
the holiday season.
War Tax on Unused Land to. m
Be Proposed at Coming Session
Washington, Dec. 1. Heavy taxes
for -every acre of arable land not put
to the production of food will be pro
posed to -onsress at the coming ses
sion in a bill prepared by Representa
tive Randall of California. Mr. Ran
dall proposes to tax every acre of un
titled land $5 and every unplanted
city lot $1, the taxes to go to the sup
port of the war. The government
would gain revenue and increase the
food supply, he thinks.
Muny Xmas Tree, Workers
Arranging Annual Fete
City hall -workers are arranging de
tails of 'the annual Muny Christmas
tree entertainment to be held in the
Auditorium on Christmas eve. Trim
ble Brothers have-, donated a large"
tree. Two thousand sacks of candy,
nuts and fruit will be distributed to
Handsel, Celebrated Racer,
Dead at Ashdale Farm, Ky.
Lcxingtqp, Ky., Dec. 1. Handsel,
famous thoroughbred racing sire, died,
at the Ashdale farm of Thomas B.
Jones, here today.; Handsel was 22
years old and sired many famed
Creighton Medical Student
Held Up and Robbed Near Home
Frank Corrigan. 502 North Twenty
first street. Creighton medical stu-
dent, Was held up and robbed near his
home late Friday night, he reported to
the police. -Two men did the job.
Corrigan said he lost $17 and a silver
cigar case. - - .
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