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THJjJ OMAHA SUiNDAY BEE: MJVEALBEK 17, 1D1J.
TOPICS FOR OAY OF REST
dedicate First Presbyterian Church
Building in South Omaha.
PASTOR REALIZES HIS DREAM
John n. Hnramond, I'nrllr Wrkr,
to Sprak In Omnlin Cburchr
Hera Dannii to Addrra
nth and Ohio, Hev. T. J. Collar, Hector J Unlvetw. thMr source and the evolution
Holy communion at 5. nuniiay rchool at
9:45. Morning prayer with sermon liy tha
Her, Robert L. Wheeler will reallie the
dream of mora than a quarter of a oen
t T when ha dedicates the beautiful new
rreabyterlan church at Twenty-third and
J streets. South Omaha, Sunday. The
dedication of tho First Presbyterian
hurch, while marking an epoch of prog
ress and attainment for the connresa
tion, will also prove a personal triumph
fir Dr. Wheeler, who, oomlng to Booth
Omaha twenty-six years ago, began his
work with a congregation of three. At
present the rolls shaw a membership of
t early COO souls and In place of a dllapl
i atcd school house In which the first
services were held In South Omaha a
building whose architecture Is classlo has
been reared at an expense of about 135,000,
Dr. "Wheeler resides with his wife, the
nmpanlon of his llfework, at 600 North
Twenty-third street. Because of Ills
broad mind and tolerant character he Is
popular In South Omaha among all classes
of people, regardless of creed or condition.
Ills sixty-two years of Ufa rest lightly
upon him, notwithstanding his arduous
labors for his flock. Dr. Wheeler was one
of the clergymen of South Omaha who
some years ago did much to ameliorate
the condition of the pocking house strik
ers. At one time ho ran for congross
from the Second congressional district,
lie Is the father of City Clork Terry
Iter. A. D. Marshall, president of Omaha
Theological somlnary, Is to be tl sprokcr
at the Third Presbyterian church tomor
row at both morning and evening serv
ices. C F. Dlckason will sing.
John B. Hammond of Des Moines, pres
ident of the WorhVs Purity federation,
will put In a busy day tomorrow. Mr.
Hammond will address the bualnoss men's
class of the First Congregational church
Sunday school at noon. At 7:D0 In tlui
evening he will speak at the evening serv
ice of the Central United Presbyterian
church, Twenty-fourth and Dodgo streets,
under the auspices of tho Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union. Mr. Hammond at
both meetings will discuss reforms which
aim at minimisation of the social evil
and betterment of conditions surrounding
yount boys and girls.
Iler. C N. Dawson, pastor of the Diets
Memorial church. Tenth and Pierce
streets, will preach a sermon specially for
nurses of the city Sunday evening, No
vember 21. All nurses are Invited.
The last of tho "home coming" meetings
of Trinity Methodist church. Twenty-first
and BInney stroots, will bo held tomorrow.
Home mission week will be observed by
Lowe Avenue Presbyterians with a ser
mon by tho pastor Sunday morning on
the subject, "Are We Fnclng a Famine?"
There will bo a meeting Wednesday night,
conducted by tho women; one Thursday
night, conducted by the Brotherhood, and
a stcrcoptlcon lecturo by Dr. ouy w.
Wftdsworth of Denver.JTrlday nlchU
Home mission week will "4 pbsert
at Calvary Baptist church',' Twenty-fifth
and Hamilton streets, beginning 8unday.
Sunday morning and evening the pastor
will preach on "Saving America for the
Kingdom of Christ. The Baptist Young
People's union service at 0:30 p. m. will
bo on this subject. Wednesday, S p. tn
The Farther Lights, a roclety of young
ladles, will glvo tho result oftho study
of Cuba. Friday, 8 p. m., two classes In
the Bible school composed of young
ladles and young men, will give a mock
trial, "The Indictment of Christian Amer
ica." The large chorus choir of thirty
voices will furnish the music for the serv
Calvary Branch, Thirty-fourth and
Seward-Sunday. :30 p. m.. Bible school,
E. H, Beaton, superintendent.
First, Bt. Mary's Avenue and Twenty
fourth Street Sunday school at 9:(5 and
11. Services at 11 and 8, Subject of les
son sermon, "Mortals and Immortals."
St. Mary's Avenue, James Alexander
Jenkins, Minister Morning lervlce at
10:S0, theme, "The Twentieth Century
Missionary Call." Evening service at 7:30,
theme, "England's Debt to Her Men of
Uenlus." Solo in the morning by Miss
First, Twenty-n'.nth Avenuo and Har
ney Street, Hev. W. Junper Howell, Pas
tor Preaonlng at 10:30 by the pastor,
theme, "Conformed or Transformed."
Special music by tho quartet. Sunday
school at 12 Younc people's prayer meet
ing at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:90,
theme of sermon, "What Is Your Life?"
Weekly prayer meeting Wodncsday ut7:S0.
Calvary, Twenty-fifth and Hamilton,
Itev. B. XL Curry. D. D., Pastor Services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m..; sermon
topics, morning, "America The impor
tance of Christianising It;" evening, "The
Foreigner How Shall He Bo Evangel
ised?" Bible school, 12 m.; young peo
ple's service. :S0 p. m.1 Wednesday and
Friday evenings at S, home mission serv
ices continued. Strangers invited.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Twenty-Fourth
Street and St. Mary's Avenue
Services at 11 a. m. and S p. in. Sunday
school sessions at 8:S a. m. and 11 a. in.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o clock.
First, Twenty-sixth and Harney, A. D.
Harmon, Pastor Preaching services 11 a,
m and 7:30 p. m.: morning subject, "The
Efficient Church;" evening subject. "Who
Are the Wiser' Bible school. 3:45 a. m.;
Ductal orchestra numbers: Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor, 7:30
North Side, Twenty-second and Ixth
rop, 11. f. KJrschstetiv Mtnlster Mo riv
ing theme: "The Place of the Church In
ih Plan of Salvation:" evening theme:
'Our Common Task;" Bible school at 9:30
a m.; Christian unaeavor at :u p. in.
The annual business meeting will be hold
Wednesday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock.
Saratoga, Twenty-fifth and Ames Ave-nue-rSunday
school at 1 p. m.; evening
service at 8, with stereoptlcon address by
Ilev. r. w. Msnii
Plymouth, Twentieth and Spencer.
Frederick W. Leavltt, Minister Morning
worship at w;a. witn sermon on
"Greater Progress In Christianising
America;' Eunaay school. Um. young
people's meeting. e:xi p. m.
First. F. T. Rouse. Pastor Morning
worship at 10:30. Observation of homo
missionary week, theme, "Our Country's
Oreatness. peril ana liemeoy." John B.
Hammond of Des Moines .will address the
business men s class at noon. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor at
6-.4S. Laymen's night at 7:45. Timely
St Matthias. Tenth and Worthlnnton,
George 8hepard Southworth, Rector Holy
communion at 8. Sunday school at 10.
Morning prayer with sermon at 11.
All Saints'. Twenty-sixth Street and
Dewey Avenue. T, J, Mackay, Rector
7:30. Mormiir prayer and sermon at 11.
Sunday school at
Cfcutch of thi dood Shepherd, TwenU-
'bishop of the djocere, lit. Rev. Arthur U
Williams, at 11. Evening prayer with
sermon at 7:30.
St. Phllp tho Deacon, Twonly-flrst,
near Paul. Rev. John Albert Williams.
Priest Holy communion at 7;30 a. m.;
8unday rohool and catechism at 9.30;
morning prayer, the sacrament of bap
tism and sormon at 11; evening prayer
and sermon at fi o'clock.
St Paul's, Twenty-eighth and Parker,
Rev. E. T. Otto, Pastor Services at 10.
Evening sormon In English every Sunday
at 7:S. Silnday school at 11:30. Beren
Bible class Tuesday at 7:30.
Grace Evangelical, Twenty-sixth Street,
between Poppleton and Woolworth Ave
nues, Clarence N. Swlhart, Minister
The Mission of the Church" st It "Out
of the Deep" at 8. Sunday school at 10.
Confirmation class Friday at t.
. St Matthew's English, Nineteenth and
Castellsr, Rev. O. W. Snyder, Pastor
Communion services at Hi subject, "Sins
Remitted." Silnday school at 10. Ladles'
aid society will meet Thursday afternoon
In tho basement parlor of tho churoh.
Bt Mark's English. Twentieth snd Bur-
dette, Rev. Dr. I Oroh, Pastor "A
ureal Man Falls Is Hucceeded by a
Qreater." at It "Heroic Devotion In Serv
ice," at 7:3a Sunday school at 9:43.
Young people's Christian Endeavor, 6:6.
Cateohlsatlon at 4 and 7:30 on Fridays.
Zlon English. Macnolla hall. 2404 Ames
Avenue, Rev. O. W. Snyder. Pastor
Service at 1:20; subject, "Qod's Pro
tests In the Church." Sundsy school at
2:30. The young people will organ
ise a society Monday evening at the resi
dence of Miss Llla Bullls, 4324 North
Trinity, Thomas Blthell, Pastor-Sabbath
school, 9:90 a. m.j morning service,
10:45 a. m,; Epworth league, 6:30 p. m.;
evening service, 7:30 p. m.
Norwegian and Danish, North Twenty
fifth and Decatur, R. P. Peterson, Pastor
Services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; young people's moot
ing, 7 p. m.
Walnut Hill, Forty-first and Charles,
Rev. William Beyers, Pastor Publlo wor
ship and sermon by the pastor at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 12 m.;
Epworth league, 6:30 p. m.
Pearl Memorial, Twenty-fourth and
Larlmore, J. Franklin Haas, Pastor
Morning service at 10:30: Sabbath school,
12 m.: Junior league, 3:30 p. m.; Epworth
league, 6:30 p. m.; evening ovangellstlo
ssrvlco nt 7:30.
Gold Street Chapel, Thirty-ninth and
Gold Sts., R. P. Peterson, Pastor Rev.
Guttave Erlekson of tho Swedish Meth
odist Episcopal churoh will address the
Sunday school nt 3 p. m. and preach at
4 p. m.; preaching service Wednesday, 8
Oak Street, Twentieth and Oak, Rev.
T. C. Webster, Pastor Preaching at 10:30
and S. Bible school, with adult and
other classes for all at 3. Young people's
meeting at 7. Midweek meetings Thurs
day evening at 7:30.
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Pierce. C. N.
Dawson, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30.
Love feast and sacramental service, 10:15.
Epworth league, 6:30. Sermon, 7:30, "Rich
Fools and Poor Fools." Quarterly con
ference Monday ovcnlng at 8. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30. A service for
the nurses of, tho city Sunday, November
24, at 8 o'clock,
Kountse Memorial, Fornam Street and
Twenty-sixth Avenue, Rov. Dr. Oliver D.
Baltsly, Pastor Morning worship and
special sormon at 11. Evening worship
and sermon on "Tho End of tho World'1
at 8. Sunday school at 10. Luthor league
at 7. Confirmation class Friday afternoon
at 4:15 and Friday evening at 7:45. En
rollment closes Docember 1.
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grant
Thomas 11. Greenlee, Pastor "Our Coun
try's Debt and Christ" at 10:50. Sunday
school at noon. Christian Endeavor at
0:30. Public worship nt 7:30.
Falrvlew. Fbrttoth and Pratt. Charles H.
FlemlnK. Pastor Bible school at 1:45 and
aftornoon worship at 3. Subject "My
Body," a communion servtco. Thursday
evening in mo eignui tcsnon on i.uiio.
Castellur Street. C. C. Meek. Minister
Morning service at 10:30. Evening service
at 7:45. Studies In Matthew. Sabbath
school at noon, Christian Endeavor at
7:45. Prayer-meeting Wedneaauy at 7:45.
First, Sevententh and Dodge, Rev. Ed
win Hart Jenks. D. D.. Pastor Publlo
nut. nil iv.tr. j'jinutiiK nuioiui, i
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:15. Sun
day school ut 9:45. Everyone la Invited, to
Parkvale. Thirty-first and Gold. Rov. A.
E. Lehmann. Minister Blblo school nt la
Christian Endeavor society ut 6:45. Even
ing song ntrvico witu Bermon uy the
minister at 7:30. Junior Intermediate
chorus at 7:30.
Lowo Avenue. Corner Fortieth and
Nicholas, Rev. N. McGlffln, Pastor
Morning service nt 10:30, subject, "Are
Wo Facing a Famine?" ovangellstlo serv.
ice in tho evening at 7:45, subject, "Are
Your Thoughts Troubling You?"
Third. Twentieth and Leavontvorth
Sunday ' school at 9:3a Publlo worshln
and sermon by Rov. A. B. Marshall at
10:45. Prayer meeting of the Christian
Endeavor society ut 0:SO. Evening wor
ship and sermon by Rev. A. B. Marshall
North. Twenty-fourth and Wirt. M. V.
and 7:30. Sermons by the pastor. Themes,
"Some Essentials" and "Rough Places."
Sunduy school nt noon, xoung l'ooplo s
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
Prayer meeting nt 7:45 Wednesday even
First. Twnntv-flrst nnd Emmet A. C.
Douglas, Pastor ThU church will ob
serve home mission weok; 10:30 a. m.,
"Our Country's Debt to Christ;" noon,
Blblo school; 6:30, young people's con
ference and prayer corvlco: 7:30,, sormon,
"Making Our Country God's Country."
Church of the Covenant. Twenty-soventh
and l'rntt, diaries II. Fleming. Pastor-
Morning worthll nt 10:45. subject "My
Body," a communion sorvlco. Blbto school
at noon. Endeavor nt S;45. Evening wor
ship nt 7:!0. Subject, "Joy In tho Letter to
mo rniiipiuuns, urn wnru Bermon on tni
subject Bring Bibles, Wednesday at 8
tho eigiun lesson on j.ukc.
Westminster. Twenty-ninth and Mason.
Rev. Thomas II. McConnell, Pastor
Scrvico of worsnip with sermon by Rev,
U D. Young at 10:30. Hubloct. "The
Chrlstlnn Family of CoIossb." Sabbath
school and Bible classes at noon. West
minster chnpel Sunday school at 3:30,
Westminster loung people's socloty
meeting at 7. Sorvlce or praise with ser
mon on "Baying Goodbyo to Ood" at 8.
First. Twenty-third and Central Boule
vard, Rev. C. M. Rohrbaugh, Pastor
Sunday sohool ut 9:45, C. W. Thomas,
superintendent Morning worship at It
Evening service. Christian Endeavor at
7. Preaching at 8.
First, Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. Man
fred Ulllefors, Minister Services at 10:45.
Subject of sermon, "Religion In Terms
of tho Twentieth Century," second In
series on "The Gospel for Our Ago."
Unity fellowship at 7:30.
Oracc, Camden Avenue and North
Twenty-seventh Btroet, Rev. Thomas M.
Evans, Pastor Rev. M. A. Mase, P. E..
of Lincoln will preach at 7:30 and 11.
The pastor will preach at 7:80. Subject
"Tho Crisis Hour."
Central, Thty-fourth and Dodge, Rev.
H. B. Speer, Pastor Morning worsnip at
10:30. Address. "Our Country God's Coun
try." Sunday school at noon. Young
people's meeting at 6:9a Evening serv
ice at 7:30. John B. Hammond of Des
Moines, representing the World's Purity
federation, will give an address. This
meeting Is under the auspices of the
"Women's Christian Temperance union.
International Bible Students' Assocla
tlon, Barlght Hall. Nineteenth and Far-nam-Sunday
nt 8 a discourse will bo
given by W. H. Dtckerson on "The
Insurrection and Its Results."
Rev. J. A. Jenkins, pastor of St Mary's
Avenue Congregational church, will ad
dress tho Omaha Philosophical society
Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock In Bariaht
halt Nineteenth and Farnam streets, on
"The Philosophy of Nietzsche."
The Breath of Drahm" win be the
subject of a lecture by l'rof. J. j, joints
before tne -ineuwpiiiuai society siindav
evenln at the Omaha School of
Eighteenth and rarnam streets, k
o'clock Prof Points will discuss the
evolution of the solar systems of the
of lite and term.
Y, 31. C. A. Xotra.
J. P. Bailey. State Young Men's f'hrl
t nn association secretary, goes to GranJ
island Monday to help In a camustgn
for a new Young Men's Chrlstlnn associa
tion building In that city.
Senator Norrls Brown spoke at the
Foung Men's Christian association Tues
day night. At the conoluslon of his ad
dress he presented the commercial law
class the book he used while at Wash
ington on "Rules and Manual of the
United States Senate."
Rsv. J. It Heard, nulnr nt llio Cen
tral Park Conarrentionn ohurch. will
speak at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation Sunday afternoon at 4 o'olook.
Following this meeting there will be u
lellowshlp luncheon In the spa.
Last week was observed bv tha Young
Men's Christian assoolatlons throughout
the world as the woek of nravar. In tha
Omaha Young Men's Christian associa
tion prayer meetings were held before
all gym classes, In a number of rooms
of the dormitory each day and raoh noon
for men who carod to drop In fur a few
Wednesday evenlnc a aunoer wu riven
for Arthur Rugh, a returned Young
Men's Christian association secretary
from China. Following his talk plans
were made to rase money the Omaha
association contributes overy year to tho
support of W. W. Lock wood, the secre
tary of the Shanghai Young Mon's Chris
tian association. The committed Intends
to increase this years contribution over
last year and to send 11,000 for the sup
port of the work.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
On 1 nrA it tr ...nlnff Unu.mti.. IS nt ft
the Business Girls' club will give a con
cert In the assoclat on auditorium. There
win uo mus lo by the Cox Violin auartot:
songs by Lillian Rylen, soprano, and
uosea Jonnson, tenor; piano solo oy Miss
Slgne Chrlstensen and readings by Miss
Jennie Gordon. Tickets are 25 cents. The
excellence of tho program deserves tne
hoarty support of all the friends of tho
club and of the association.
At the aftornoon vesper service Sunday
at 4:30. M-ss Florence Slmms of Now
York City will make the address. M as
Slmms Is one of the Industrial secretaries
of Uie national board and one of tho most
experienced and entertaining .speakers.
Her subject "Tho Yountr Woman In In
dustry," should be of Interest to every
young woman in tho association, mere
will be special mus c, and tho social hour
following, to which all young women are
Invited, will be made somewhnt In the
nature of & reception to permit ovcryono
to meet Miss Slmms.
AFFAIRS ATS0UTH OMAHA
Councilman Hartnett Working f3!
Improvements in Seventh Ward.
HAS GAINED MUCH ALREADY
fllmkmrn I,eTe In Private Cr for
Annnnl Visit to State l'nrm nt
Lincoln nnd to flee Foot
Hammond Says All
"Vice commissions appointed In the
various large cities of the United States,
although they have been appointed to
mako Investigations "that should provo
favorable to vlco segregation, have In
variably, after careful Investigation, re
ported against the plan of maintaining
segregated districts," wns a statement
made by John B. Hammond of Des
Moines, special agent of the World's
Purity federation, speaking to tho Central
Labor union last night at the Labor
templo. He said that such commissions
had been appointed In Kansas City, Chi
cago, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
and other large cities of the United States
with the some results. In each case, he
said, those who appointed tho commission
favored the plan of segregation and hoped
for a report favorable to segregation, but
recelvod the opposite as a result of a
thorough Investigation of all tho wretch
edness that existed under tho, systems of
Ho produced a ledger sheet taken from
a ledger kept by Johnnie Terrcro In Chi
cogo when his famous brothel was raided.
The lodger, In which he kept the accounts
of tho various girls, the lnmatos of his
resort was seised by the authorities us
evidence against him. The leaf of this
book now in the possession of Mr. Ham
mond revealed some startling facts. It
showed that all the girls were In debt to
tho house, and Mr. Hammond said the
entlro ledger showed tho, same thing In
regard to practically all the girls. Tho
namo of each Inmate was given and an
accurate account was kept of her Itemized
earnings, as well as of what tho house
churged against her, which always ex
Mr. Hammond contended that such con
dltlons of whlto slavery were not possible,
or at least not as likely to occur, whore
no segregated district was maintained.
Councilman Henry Hartnett of tho
Seventh ward Is winning commendation
of hln constituents by the penevering
manner of his fight for Improved streets
and publlo utilities' In his section of tho
city. Only a few" weeks ago Hartnett
fought for and obtained a much needed
water supply In his eectlon of the city.
Some months ago ho obtained a resolu
tion from the city council authorising the
purchase of a few carloads of cinders to
sorve on Uie worst streets where tempo
rary sidewalks of permanent material
would be a useless expense upon the prop
erty holders by reason of the lack of
street grading. Tho resolution passed the
council, but Immediately that body found
that cinders could not be obtained and
Hartnett had to tell his constituents that
cinder-sidewalks as temporary makeshifts
could not bo had.
Now on attempt Is being made to have
the property owners in the west section
of the city put in temporary sidewalks of
permanent material. Hartnett and many
of the people of his ward say that at
least In some cases It will be money
wasted. But they say some rHef must
be had for the people living In that sec
tion of tho city. In tho vicinity of Thirty-
sixth and T, Thirty-sixth and U and
Thirty-sixth and V the streets are well
nigh Impassable during wet weather or
during tho winter. Deep hollows fill up
with water and make miniature lakes.
The sidewalks are so steep and Bllppery
in Bomo cases that they ore dangerous to
life and limb. Added to this, the filth and
mud of tho Btreets and sidewalks make
living In that section of the city very dis
agreeable. Sold Hartnett yesterday: "I
want tho council to give my section of
tho town a little consideration. It Is
true tho people out here are not wealthy
and many of thorn aro of foreign birth,
but they are good citizens and thrifty.
You can't expect them to continue so
when they aro left to live In a section of
the city that has neither passable streets
nor sidewalks. Theao children out here
must attend school and they havo no
street cars running to and from the
school. At least the city council should
see to It that the stroets and the side
walks aro passable. I mean to fight for
the peoplo among whom I live and whom
I represent, no matter who Is opposed to
Stookmrn to Lincoln.
Headed by officials of tho stock yards
and Ltvo Btock exchange, more than 200
members of the Live Stock exchange will
leave over the Burlington this morning
for the annual trip to the state farm and
big foot bait game. Tho company trav
els In a prtvato car, in which overy
care has been made for the material and
mental welfare of tho travelers. Tho re
turn trip will be made tonight .
Mnirlo City IIoytIIiik Leagae,
J. Usher .....137 156
J. Clssna 160 154
W. Usher 162 158
Mullet) 153 145
Howe 175 143
Grace Rustin Wins
Her Insurance Suit
Mrs. Graco H. Rustln, widow of Dr.
Frederick Rustln, yesterday won her
fight to colloct from tho Aetna Life In
suranco company on a 210,000 policy Is
sued to her husband.
In dlstrlot court Judge A. L. Sutton dl
rooted a verdict for Mrs. Rustln. Tho
verdict calls for payment of $10,000 plus
Interest from tho time of tho doctor's
death, less 1210 and Interest, which the
doctor borrowed from the company. The
company contended the doctor's borrow
tng invalidated tho onttro face of the
policy. Tho company may appoal.
PRAIRIE PARKERS ENJOY
THIRD ANNUAL RANOUET
The third annual banquet of tho Prairie
Park community club was held last even
ing at the now club house at Twenty
sixth street and Ames avenue, A sump
tuous repast was enjoyed by the hundred
or more members and their guests who
attended, and the affair was by far the
most successful from every standpoint of
the three- Tho table was decorated beau
tifully with cut flowers nnd ferns.
C. T. Walker presided as toastmastcr,
calling upon the following for a word;
Frank Ransom, Judge A. L. Sutton, L. J,
Qulnby, John J. Ryder. W. F, Gurley,
John Latenser, W. I. Klerstead and Rome
wng worfhn nt 11 'Our Count-j -G. d's
' oi'nt! Is the tubject tf the tcttnon. I
uonrirmation cjb's at I p. m. The Sun
day sohool will give a Home Mlmlon
ally service at 7:30 o'clock. F. H. Voa.
rrk will give an address on "Home Mis
sions" ut this service.
MnKlc City Cluli.
Mrs. N. D. Mead has gone out Into the
state on a visit to her daughters.
George Rose of Wcyne, Neb., Is visiting
at the home of hla uncle, D. G, Langfelt,
Mrs. Griffin of Hebron. Neb., Is visit
Ins her sister, Mrs. W. M. Doty, for a
few days. '
Mrs. I L. Van Snt, KOI E street, en
tertained the Eastern Star kenilnston
Mr. and Mra. L. V. Stafford report the
birth of a daughter at their home, 617
North Twenty-fifth street
The P- E. O, society will be entertained
this afternoon by Mrs. L. B. Mathews
and Miss Jessie Stitt at Uie home of Mrs.
F. A. Cressey.
Lost-A lady's purse containing a gold
watch. Finder please return to Dr. V. O.
Beck, 425 N. 34th, and receive reward
Advertisement L. J. McCarthy of St Louis, Mo., spent
a few hours In South Omaha Friday
afternoon, while enroute to Denver and
other western points.
A bargain for sale, 9-room house, with
automobile garage and stable; lot 60x130;
large shade trees; 2 blocks from car line.
Small payment required; balance terms.
Phone South 1981. Advertisement
Card of Thanks We wish to thank our
friends and neighbors; also F. O. E. No.
154 f r their klndnem, sympathy and floral
offerings during the loss and bereave
ment of our beloved wife and mother.
Joseph N. Holman, Thomas E. Holman,
Joe Holman, John Holman.
Mrs. Mary Keefe, wife of M. J. Keefe
died this morning of "heart failure, at
her late residence in Pleasant Hill. She
was 62 years of age. Mrs. Keefe Is sur
vived by her husband and four daughters
Funeral services will be held from St
funeral services will be held from Ht
; Agnes' . church at 9 o'clock Sunday
morning, uunai ai au Mary s cemetery.
HOLDS CHURCH BANQUET
The Brotherhood of Trinity Methodist
churoh, Twenty-first and BInney streets.
about seventy strong, enjoyed a three
1 course banquot at the church last evening
) propared for them by the Ladles' Aid
society. Frank E. Coatsworth served as
toastmaster and his call was responded
to by toasts from Frank II. Woodland,
C. W. Do Lamatre and Rev. Thomas
OMAHA REE 11-17-11.
THE REAL TEST
of u laundry's work is the num
ber of washings your collars,
cuffs and shirts will stand.
f you are not satisfied with
your laundry it will pay you
The "Washword" of the Home.
PHONE DOUGLAS 919.
Albert E. Bihler, mc.
Telephone Douglas 8395. 1907 DOUGLAS STREET.
New repair shop two floors 5,000
feet of space. The finest and most
complete repair shop in Nebraska.
We Have a Proposition to Save You Exactly
25 on Your Repair Bills. Ask for Details
TO THE CALL OF DEBATE
At the first call for debating; candi
dates at the Omaha High school about
twenty-five lads were present to try out
for the debating team. Debating will be
pushed this year.
Three letters will be given to the three
best men on the team, which will be
composed of twelve, men, making four
teams. These four teams will represent
the Omaha High sohool In debates
against Bouth Omaha, Lincoln, West Der
Moines and Council Bluffs.
Totals i 71)2 761 793 2,1147
Handicap 23 29 29 ST
Totals 821 790 822 Tm
12 3 Tot.
Ham 145 102 1C8 .15
Spoveven 173 185 199 667
Volstadt 137 10 123 430
Voss 171 175 193 639
Ohncsorg 163 148 130 441
Totals 7S9 S80 813 2,483
United Presbyterian church, Twenty
third and L stroets, Rev. William A.
Pollock, pastor. Blblo school at 9:45 a.
m. Publlo worship at 11 a. m. The sub
ject Is, "A Study of Achan'a Sin." Young
Peoplo's Chrlstlnn union meets at 6:30
p. m. Howard Voro will load. The con
gregation will unlto with the First Pres.
oyterlan ohurch at tho dedication serv
ices In the evening.
Epworth league meets at Brass' chapel
at 6:30 p. in. sharp. Rev. Mr. Klrkpatrlck
will lead tho meeting and his subject w)l)
be "Convincing in Conservation."
Leflcr Memorial church. Fifteenth and
Madison streets, Rov, T. A. Bagshaw
pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. The
pastor will spoak on "A Man's Dobt to
Clod" at 11 o'clock. Ira O. Hopkins will
be the leader for tho Kpworth league
meeting nt 7 p. m. Tho subject for the
evening sermon Is "A Quitter."
First Christian ichurch, Twenty-third
nnd I otreots, Rov. W. Hastlo, pastor
Blblo school at 10 a. m Communion and
sermon at 11. The subject Is "Fervent
In Spirit. Serving tho Lord." Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Thero will bo no
First Methodist church. Odd Fellows'
hall. Twenty-fourth and M streets, Rov
J. W. Klrkpatrlck, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:45. Subject for tho morning dls
eoursc. "Maintaining tho Sacred Fire '
Epworth league at 6:30 p. m.
St. Luke's Lutheran church, Twenty
fifth nnd K streets, Rov. 8. H. Yerion,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a, m. Morn-
SOCIALIST P0LIDE JUDGE
WILL SPEAK HERE SUNDAY
Fred J. Warren, socialist police Judge of
North Platte, will speak at the regular
Sunday afternoon meeting at the Lyric
theater, Nineteenth and Farnam streets.
Judge Warren, who is a former minister
put through a very vigorous nampejgn
for congress In the Sixth district and
polled an unusually largo vote, in his
own city of North Platte he was beaten
by Congressman Klnkald by twenty-four
Tha soctaltst orchestra will render spe
clai muslo and there will be do charge
Get Rid of
Piles at Home
Try This Homo Treatment
No matter how long you've been Buf
fering or how bad you think your case
is, send at onco for a freo trial of the
wonderful Pyramid Pile Remedy. Thou
sands afflicted as badly or worse than
you trace their quick recovery to the
day they began using this marveloualy
Pyramid Pile Remedy gives Instant,
blessed relief. Pain disappears. Inflam
mation and swelling subside, and you
are able to work again as comfortably
as though you had never been afflicted
at all. It may save the expense and
danger of a surgical operation.
Just send in the coupon below with
your name and address on a slip of
paper, to the Pyramid Drug Co., 420 Pyra
mid Bldg., Marshall, Mich,, and a sample
will be sent you FRED. It will show you
conclusively what Pyramid Pile Remedy
will do. Then you can get the regular
package for M cents at any drug store.
Don't suffer another needlees minute.
It's a Pleasure to Own I
and Drive a White Truck i
They ride like a touring car and give less trouble
than any other truck or touring car on the market
and you will find the best made motor, tho simplest clutch and
a more efficient transmission in a White than in any other car.
You will find tbe "White truck is ball bearing from motor
to rear axle.
You will find the frame and chassis throughout especially
designed and built to carry its load.
You will also find the motor H. P. and the carrying ca
An Investigation and Demonstration Will Prove Every Claim and More.
H. PEL TON
314 South Eighteenth Street
Lincoln Representative, rvipcKett Auto Co.
Used on 250,000 Cars
The final verdict on tires is told by the
fact that Goodyears outsell all others.
In three years the sales have doubled six
times. And we are doubling our output to
meet next year's demand. We judge that
these tires are used today on 250,000 cars.
ThAt'a because motorists aro now making comparisons.
Most cars now have odometers.
Men see what it means to have tires that can't rim-cut
They see what our oversize means.
The mileage figures show that in 13 yean wo have best
solved the whole tire problem. We've cut tire bills in two.
You can see the reason by one glance at thess tires.
And men who have tried them men who know now buy
on the average 100,000 per month. Come see the tires
see why tnea prefer them.
Tne Goontyear Tiro Book free on application.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO., Akron, Ohio
TbU Company b paf--rtnuhntfT'r with ni'rothor
2212 Farnam Street Telephone Douglas 4190.
Treads With a
Hero Is tho very last word la &
winter tread. It solves tho skidding
question as was never done before.
It is an extra tread, made of very
tongh rubber, vulcantred on to the
regular. Thus it gives you a double
The blocks aro deep-cut, so they
last for thousands of miles. They
present to the road surfaco countless
edges and angles.
Each block widens out at tho base,
so tho strain is distributed. Without
this, a non-skid proves very short
lived. You can see in a moment that this
tread meets nil your Ideals in non-skids.
With or Without