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OMAHA. "TUESDAY. APRIL U. lUi-.
; New System of
'Church Training j
Plan of !iJtrtlcnoininatiiiiial,
Kiluration for Children
A tyift of mterdenoiiiiiiaiiimul,
lu.ojverwivr Tctli!iu education,
with a community council rrprceiit.
mg all sects. superintendent and a
ifrp of .teachers, for training c-t
Protestant children, was discussed
by Kcv. M. A. Kieth. pastor ol
J'crt. Memorial MethodUt church,
at the monthly meeting of the Oma
ha Ministerial union at the V. M.
f, A. ycrdy.
Tlie methods outlined by Rev. Mr.
Kieth would parallel the present pub
hc school system with a church
school system a a co-ordinating ta
il tttuj ion,
i . Nation-Wide Problem.
"hour-fifth of the membership of
Protestant churches come from Sun.
day schools." Rev. Mr. Kieth said.
"Iiut only about two-fifth of the
membership of Sunday schools even
tually join the church.
"Retinioii education of our Trot
rstant children i a nation-wide prob
lem, requiring the united effort ot
all Protestant churches. We must
put religion into the lives of our
chihlren hi a systematic wav. not
merely bv 20 minutes of Sunday
school a week."
Nominating Body Named.
This committee to nominate of
ficers of the Ministerial union for
ihe cominp year was named by
President C. 1. Cobhey: Rev. Vic
tor West. Walnut 11 ill Methodist
church, chairman; Rev. J, M. Holler,
Grace Baptist church, and Rev. .
M. Jackson. Firr United Presby
terian church. The committee will
report at the next monthly mectini;.
The name of Dr. I. W. G. Fast,
new pastor of the First Methodist
church, was proposed for member
George W. Campbell asked for the
support of ministers and member
ol their churches in the City Con
cert club membership drive which
opens next Monday.
: Boys' Home Held
Man, Accused of Representing
: Self as Father Flanagan's
C. R. Acton was arrested at Nor
folk, Neb., Saturday and brought to
Omaha charged with obtaining
money under false pretenses. It is
charged he represented himself as
a solicitor for Father Flanagan's
Boys' home, securing considerable
Sums of money. ' .''
, "We heard of this, man's .aciiv
lies some weeks ago," said Father
Flanagan, "but it was not until last
Saturday that he was caught.
"I wish to warn the public against
giving donations to anyone without
first making certain that such per-
jon is really representing that in
stitution," continued Father Flan
agan. "This easily can be done by
tejegraphjng to the head of the in
stitutionthe Chamber of Commerce,
. the chief 'of :police or any public of
ficial in the city in which the insti
tution is. located.
"Beware.' of- all persons asking for,
or showing' slightest preference for
cash. An authorized agent always
would prefer to receive a check. And
be sure that such check is made pay
abli to the institution itself, and not
to the solicitor. Never make a check
payable to a solicitor. It is best to
write across back of check, 'for de
posit only.'' 1
27 Boys Here Sign Up
. for Columbus Y Gimp
,' Twenty-seven boys have signed up
for the Omaha Y. M. C. A. Camp
Sheldon encampment , at Columbus
vnder direction of E. E. Mickle-w-right,
boys' work secretary.
" This summer the Omaha. Y. M.
'C. A. will have three periods of 10
days each at the camp, one for
grade school boys, one for younger
high school boys and the third for
older high school leaders. . '
Last year the Omaha camp took
second place in the competition be
tween camps frowi the Missouri
river to the mountains. - r
. The younger high school boys'
period this summer will open June
20, the grade school period July 5,
and the older high school period
August 31. Registrations are limit
ed to 100 boys for each period.
Man Laughs at Rum Fine as
" "Friend's" Car Ordered Sold
. Charles. K.. McCoy, 708 North
Eighteenth street, laughed softly as
he was led out -of police court yes
terday after he had been fined $100
for illegal possession of liquor and
"his motor car had been confiscated"
and ordered sold.
" "It's Slim's ear," McCoy added.
"Look's like he's going to be out a
car. Don't know who Slim is new
friend; I was sitting in the car
waiting for him when up came a
policeman and, finding liquor, took
me and the bus, the one the court's
Koing to sell. If it wasn't such a
blow to Slim I'd get a good laugh
out of it."
- Judge ' Foster, believing ' police
found three gallons of whisky in
the car but not lending 'credence to
"Slim" as an owner, issued the order
for the sale of the machine.
; It has been proposed in New York
city that traffic policemen be.pro
' vided to direct the movements of pe
" cestrains in the same manner as the
movements of automobiles are now
The Dancing Master
By RUBY If. AY RES.
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man. la lo r lha Mil-. Miaabalh Iwa
rh ila larmrr. Ilira paiaa
Madama MtMlt' hama. Wia ha. m lara
orll dlr Hh I'al an 4larara aba la
la ha lih him. .Madama tuauatla ralla
la hnn( lha alrl ham.. Wliaarth iitrhlr
raaaala. ali.r haralh. an altl ll
from lha glrla Iwma lu. lnU Mr a4
uri-a hr Ik ralora lu har bimta la Ull
harr. but alia rafa- rarmjr
Mailama hrnrall' ham .U"hia
.NOW OO ON WITH TUB iTOItt.
ironllBanl frow r.ldar
He wa gone without uivinff Eliz
abeth time to ay another word
She went upstairs .lowly, fche did
not want to go with him; he would
rather have spent the evening alone,
and yet , ,
What was the uc of "hutting
everything out of her heart for the
Mke of one man who cared nothing
for her? II had forgotten even the
little there had been to remember.
Well. hc would try to forget also.
She put on her newest frock: he
dressed her hair in a French fashion
which madamc liked: she even in a
last moment oi recklessntss added a
touch of roue to her pale cheek.
She felt a little bit afraid of her re
flection when she went to the glass
for a final inspection.
"Jt's not nic!" she thought. 1m
glad it's not. 1 wish. I could be some
one different always."
She was ready before Farmer
called for her, and waiting downstairs
in the studio. . ,
She studied her dainty reflection
in one .of the long mirrors and
thought of the unhappy, dowdy little
person; she had. been that night so
long ago it seemed of her first
meeting with Royston.
Now she was entirely different
silk .stockings and dainty shoes, the
latest thing in frpeks, the latest style
in hairdressing and yet the . worst
of it was she knew that-she was still
the same Elizabeth.
She was just as timid, just as un
worldly, just as much out of place in
this new life for which Farmer and
madame were doing their best to
"Where do we meet madame: she
asked anxiously as they drove away
"At dinner. She may be Tate; she
probably will be, judging from my
experience with her; but she will
come. There is to be a dance after
ward." His eyes turned admiringly
to her. "You will like that."
Sh, smiled and nodded.
"Yes; but will madamc . ."
"QUn ,'f T aclr tirr. Now. .have
.jut. ..... -. .
vn, nnitp madp iin rour mind to en
joy yourself tonight?"
He laughed at her dubious tone.
'T tViruicrtit vnii were coiner to re
fuse to-came with me at first," he
His friendliness disarmed ncr; pre
sently she found herself talking away
to him more easily than she had ever
Even when they reached Uclmar
n'tn'e and tnaflnmp did not nut in an
appearance, Elizabeth did not mind;
there was a new recKiessness in ner
hlnnd? she wanted to eniov herself
and he like other people.
Madame is late i Knew . sne
would be," Farmer said calmly. He
For Cold on the Chest
Musterole is easy to apply and it
does not . blister like the old-rasft-
ioned mustard plaster.
Musterole ia a clean, wnite oint
rrtpnt". rna de with oil of mustard.
Simply massage it In grentiy with the
finger tips. ' You will be delighted to
see how quickly it brings relief.
Get Musterole at your drug store.
35c. and 65c, jars and tubes; hospital
BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER
Works for Child
Must Keep Well
Mothers in a Like Situation
Should Read This Letter
from Mrs. Enrico
Chicago, Illinois. "I took Lydia
E. Pinkham'8 Vegetable Compound
ble. I had tried
doctors and all
said the same an
operation. At first
1 only ieis me
pain on my left
side, but later I
seemed to feel it
on both sides. I
am a nower sew
ator ana nave a
little rirl to min-
port. I work in a tailor snop and tnat
fine of work has been very slack this
year and I am home part of the time.
I do not like to take any chances,
so I consulted my friends, and one
lady said, Take Lydia Pinkham'a
medicine,' so I did. I have felt bet
ter rightalong and am in good enough
health to go to work. .. I recommend
your Vegetable Compound and San
ative Wash to all." Mrs. Mary En
rico. 459 N. Carpenter St., Chicago.
Often the mother is obliged to sup
port her children and good health is
necessary. Lydia E.Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound is just the medi
cine you can depend upon. It is a
medicine for women's ailments and
the relief it brought Mrs. Enrico it
may bring to you.
Fistula-Pay Whm mm&
A mild sytem of treatmmt that ruraj Piles, Fistula and other
Rectal Diseases in a short time, without a severe sunrical op
eratioa. To Chloroform, Ether or other general aneothetie used.
A eot it'-arantrrd " every ease accepted for treatment, and no moncr if to be paid until
eured. Write tor bock on Rectal Diseases, with names and testimonials of more thin
l.0 prominent people who hava been permanently cured.
: RrErRr TARRY Saaatoriaai, Feler-Tru BId. (Bee Bldf.) Oman. Neb.
proceeded to order d.nnr. Ms
the waiter that he wa expecting an
other lady, but when the meal wa
half way throueh madame lad mil
not arrived. , '
"Perhaps he won't cnte at all,
"Uh. ye he will!'' Farmer an
awered. "We'll watt a Uul longer,
at any rate." lie hU uirned in h
chair. "Do you ee that girl over
there? No, to the right the one ill
blitabcth followed the direction of
his tuc and taw llnid Sanger, with
a nuUy partv, dining t a uhle in
an alcove, 'i he color rushed to her
"The one in s'? Ve," he
That' Roy ion's wife," Farmer
Jf he had hoped lo turtle her he
"Ves, I know, I've ocen hrr he
fore," va all Kliabrth aid. "I think
she' pretty, don't you?"
He laughed shortly.
Taste differ. I don't admire her."
He tilled up the Rla which F.liza
heth had only jut tatcd. "There's
dancing ilownsluirs," he said preent
ly. "We'll ro and watch if madame
does not come directly. That is if
yon care to."
" should love it."
Elizabeth tried to fpeak with en
thusiasm; tried not to look in Knid's
direction agan, but, against her will,
her eye went back many time to
that noisy table.
There was a great deal of laugh
ter and chattering and popping of
corks and every one seemed to be
enjoying thcmsclcc tremendously,
she thought, and wondered where
Farmer bcrnicd to read her
thoughts, for he' said suddenly: "It's
quite the modern idea of married life
nowadays for the husband to go one
way and the wife another, isn't it?"
"I I don't know; I suppose it is."
f'Royston and his wife arc never
seen anywhere together, he said. His
cyis met hers haughtily. "That chap"
hates me like the devil, you know."
"Does he? I wonder why." liliza
bcth did not really wonder, she could
understand quite well, but she felt
that she must answer.
"Jealous, perhaps," Fanner said,
casually. "I ran into him last night,
and he asked after you."
'After mc?" She was afraid to
raise her eyes.
"Yes, he took it for granted that I
saw you every day."
Elizabeth could not have answered
had her life depended upon it, and
Farmer went on with studied 'care
lessness: "lie was with that dark-
I.jirr4 gal; grf.it Hi, atttt t the-f
' hi, mt.il AtUrf Mi.eyi
"ilut hrr jumc? I dtd'i't ";
Ji ou ihtuW n'i true that he would
marry her if he f"ull g't r4 of l
"I tjon'i Kno. Fm sine "
Farmer draine4 fii g'4 S"4 'i
"All son 0 tioiir eel aroiinJ
al,.ut people, don't they." he aUi
iuditi err ntty.
"'ti," 1 ht taWca about them
were emptying; whenever the swing
doori of the big room fpeued Eli'
brth caught the strain of tmiie.
if mad4ii:e not coming", don't
yon think we had better go?" he
akrd at U'l. -
He roc t
"ut a you like. ! dare he'
been detained." He took tip Elia
hfth cloak. "Shall we Jut have
one peep at the dancing?"
"I should hke to."
It was not true; her one desire
was ta go home, but she was in ter
ror lest Farmer should guess how
hi careless word about Pat Royi
ton had hurt her.
They went downstair to the ball
room together. It wa not very
crowded at yet, and the floor looked
"Hest floor in London,' Farmer
said. He found an easy chair for
Elizabeth and stood beside her,
"There Royston' wife, dancing."
he said suddenly. "That chap ihc'l
with i arstou Lord tiarstou, you
know. He's a silly ass of a fellow.
She's got him in tow; spends all his
money for him."
"Yes," said Elizabeth.
(Continued In Tha B-a Tomonow
Wife Takes Blame for
Still, but Mate Held
j . T mm
! it i i. - ri it. j.iii
urn . jiii MiMvi, -
Ohio street, ppc4ird at Central po.
lice sutioii hdtiirdy night cr ff.
liter i uidVd her wue 4 found
still, he protested tht he mad
quo ia get money to feed hrr ehil
dien and that tier huban4 had no
knowledge of the lact,
JSut both huban4 ami wiie now
are in jail.
Drown was arreifd yr.ietdy
afternoon by Sgt. Frank William
at the wrder oi the county atiorney,
thu dtclared the man, a Nad ef j
il l iaueho'4. must Hand I'UI I
ti e liquor (Large,
tin!- a dv'af, d'Miib and bh4 man
rou'4 ise failed to know of the t'!
in their Wiicltr.' sad Willum
Jit(i tnn and wiie wi! tare lle
police judge trfday.
llirniiiighain. A'a. Aptd I The
IJirmiueham .tec corporation were
0ld in I'uited State bankruptcy
eomt here fa the VigiuU Uridge Con
sir(ut...ii company of Roanoke for
i araaurns ' uipocI U tk4 bu4"
Osw IMKAmm IW
Don't let contlpatKM polaoa your blood
na curtail your mciwT, as
If rour liver and bowels S A.
i-AKirn i iniTTLt.
trouble will- 'f
twt relieved. For diuineam.
appetite, headache and blotchy
try them, rurejy vegeuwe.
Smtii Pdl Small Dom Small Price
ma. u. a. rar. a
Have you seen it?
One oE our famous regular 10c egg
sandwiches. With each sandwich
we give you FREE this week your
choice of either a cup ot our de
licious coffee or a bottle of Alamito
Special Pasteurized Milk. You
v know our regular egg sandwich
those fresh eggs direct from our
Cherrycroft and nearby farms.
' Practically a meal for a dime. This
offer includes any of our six res
taurants, and is good.
for One Week Only
April 17 "to 22"
J I Tijoyment is adJe(l to every meal Btj
. , Bread ' "
The Store of Specially Shops
ROSEMARY creations in cotton represent
the highest ideal in dress designing -every
recent Parisian style suggestion
hiii been employed to accentuate tho charm
of Springtime' offering" of new material
Pictured are three of the several styles now
on display anil likeable as they are in picture
form they are simply irrcsUtiblo in the
I lha anly tiara in
Omaha privlltd la
display anil aell Rosa
No. 244 Dotted twist formt
this fetching frock, ith a
panel vestee of turked or
jsandie and lace. All dsinty
colors are included.
No. 245 Imported organdie
veils a foundation of tricolor
batiste in this youthful aft
ernoon frock. Embellished
with garlanda of ortcandie
flowers. Many colors from
which to select.
No. 243 Imported voile, in
an all purpose dress: ornate
embroidery. Rosette flow
ers of white silk floss trim
the skirt; dainty collars and
TP G'Jpf I
All the New Hupps you
see on the streets were
not sold because the local
; ; .. , ;'J ...
dealer has curly blond
hair and blue eyes.
They Were Sold Because
The buyers were convinced
that the Hupmobile best
answers the question which
is asked about every motor
Is It Worth What It Costs?
It is almost impossible to
wear out the Hupmobile.
The first Hupmobiles built
13 years ago are in use to
day all over the world.
Prices F. O. B. Factory
STEWART MOTOR CO.
2523 Farnam St.
OMAHA Phone Douglas 8433