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Noted Y. M. C. A. Worker Coming to
There has been no event for a long
time which has so aroused the Interest
of all Interested In the welfare of the
younp men of this city as the antici
pated coming next week, of Fred B.
Smith, of New York City, under the
auspices of the "Young Men's Christian
About a year ago the board of di-
dier lads toward higher standards of
living, was a great surprise to even
his best friends. It Is safe to say that
no other man of the many who gave
time and effort toward brightening the
lives of the men who went to the front
attained such success as Mr. Smith.
In many a home in the north, south
and west his name Is reverenced.
Since the close of the war, his time
has been given up to the work among
young men of the larger cities. Since
Dwight L.. Moody, no one has ap
proached Mr. Smith's record in this
especial field. In a recent meeting at
Boston, Mass., he addressed an audi
ence of five thousand young men. At
the close three hundred signified their
intention of leading a better life.
His success is not alone confined to
young men who have neglected all
their opportunities, but Is especially
marked in the Increased strength given
to the young men of the universities,
churches and christian associations.
It is to be regretted that his stay
in Lincoln is to be so brief, but the
three days that he will spend here be
tween Denver and Omaha will be
packed full of action.
FEED B. SMITH, OF NEW YOEK CITY
rectors of the association began to cor
respond with him In the endeavor to se
cure his presence, but there was such
demand for his services that it was
Impossible to secure him before. His
fame and power have since grown to
such an extent that those having the
matter In charge are now heartily con
gratulating themselves upon securing
him at all.
Mr. Smith first acquired national at
tention during the Spanish war,
through his work in the large army
His success in influencing the sol-
Monday evening next, Mr. Smith will
meet at a banquet at the Llndell, the
pastors of the city and the boards of
directors of the various university and
city Y. II. C. A-s. On Tuesday even
ing he will meet the members of the
various associations In a big member
ship rally at the First Presbyterian
church. On "Wednesday evening in the
auditorium at a mass meeting for men,
Mr. Smith will give his wonderful ad
dress, "A Strong Man." The great in
terest already evinced In his coming
assures a large attendance at all of
Her liny Off.
Mistress I saw you yesterday down
town: you probably didn't see me, or
you would have spoken.
Maid It was my day off, marm, if you'll
mind. I wasn't obliged to recognize you,
you know. Boston Transcript.
Love nnd Literature.
"How do you know he loves you?" sall
"He writes me such beautiful letters."
"Humph! That isn't love. That's lit
erature." "Washington Star.
WctrkiiiK HIm Affection.
Tess If you don't love him, why don't
you let him know It?
Jess Well, he sends me flowers and
takes me to the theatre, you know, and
Tess But, gracious! I don't see how
ou can play with his affections that
Play? I call that "working" the...
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