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TITO OMAHA .SUNDAY BKE. JAVUARY 3, 101.1.
BILLS FOR TIffiLEGISLATURE
Legislative Committee of Federation
of Labor Concludes Work.
MANY NEW LAWS ARE PROPOSED
I'lnn ltiTolTt-rt In Mn)nrlr nenort
r Kmplnrrrn' Mntilllty nnA Work
men's Compensation Commls
Tentative bills to bo Introduced at the
coming session of tbe Nebraska legisla
turn were reviewed, discussed and ap-
proved by the legislative committee of the
' Nebraska Federation of lAbor at Ha
session yesterday. The bills were prac
tically all drawn by F. M. Coffey of Lin
coln, member of the comrriUtee.
The committee endorsed the plan and
principle. Involved In the majority report
of the employers' liability and workmen's
Some Mil Proposed.
Among the proposed bills endorsed are:
A bill to enlarge the powers of the
stato labor commissioner on matter of
factory Inspection In regard to safety
appliances, and authorizing him to em
ploy two factory Inspectors at a salary
of $1,500 per annum each; a bill prohibit
ing the blacklisting of employes; a bill
providing that Injured employes of a
transportation company may suo In any
county through which the transportation
company passes. This is Intended to
prevent the ready removal of cases from
statn to tho federal court, as Is often
done, on the grounds of adverso citizen
ship; a bill prohibiting the transfer of
claims for collection from ono state to
another In ordor to escape the provisions
of the law In the state of Nebraska; a
bill proposing an eight-hour law for fe
male labor, and broadening Its application
so as to take In all establishments In
which women are erhployed.; a mothers'
pension bill, an amendment to tho present
juvenllo court law. The amendment gives
.the court the power to fix tho amount
to bo paid to n parent for tho support of
dependent children, and ordering ,the
county board to mako tho payments; a
bill providing for tho labeling of all
prlsan-mado goods on tho market with the
words: "Convlct-Mado Goods," and pro
viding that the label ahall not be re
moved until tho goods are sold to the
consumer; a bill providing that an em
ployer of labor who seeks to transfer
labor from one locality to the other must
give such employe notice of labor dis
putes that may be In progress at tho lo
cality Into which he seeks to take them;
a bill for the protection of employes In
exercising their social, financial, fraternal
and business rights In connection with
any lawful organization or society; a bill
providing for a state reformatory Into
which the first termer shpuld be placed
In order to segregate him from the hard
ened criminal, and providing for his sal
ary while employed In the reformatory;
n, bill providing for an eight-hour day . In'
all state and' municipal employment, and
In all municipal subdivisions of the state;
an amendmont to the present factory In
spection law. making It apply to all fac
tories employing one or more persons
and broadening Its provisions In regard
to safety appliances; a bill requiring the
wife to Join In the assignment of wages,
which Is designed to protect the wlfo and
family against the 111 management of a
reckless husband who might assign his
yet unearned wages to a loan shark; a
bill providing for the regulation of em
ployment agencies, for placing them un
der the strict supervision of the deputy
Tho committee has finished Its work.
Today the executive board of tho State
Federation of Labor Is to hold a meeting
ut the Her Grand hotel.
Favors Mothers Fenalon.
The commlttco endorsed the tentative
bill for a mothers; pension, drawn by F.
XI. Coffee, one of the committee.
The bill Is simply an amendment to the
present Juvenllo court law. It enlarges
tho scopo of tho Judge In his Jurisdiction
of Juvenile cases and gives him power
to direct the payment of money to par
ents whose children ho shall find to be
In need of such help as la In accordance
with the provisions of the measure. It
gives him the liberty to fix tho amount
to be paid and power to direct the county
commissioners to pay it. The burden of
caring for the dependent children In these
cases would fall entirely upon the county
according to this bll.
There Is a sentiment In the committee
favoring legislation that will make the
state board of agriculture an appointive
board Instead, of one elected by delegates
from the various county fair boards of
the state. Members of the1 committee
maintain that this present system of
choosing tho .state board of agriculture
la a' system of self perpetuation In office.
The proposition that will be brought be.
fore the legislative committee of the
federation will provide for the appoint
ment of tho stato board of agriculture by
the governor, one member to be ap
lwlnted from each congressional district
and oce at large.
Some Figures on the
President Wattles of tho Douglas Hotel
company is of the opinion that the new
1.000,O hostlery In Omaha should have
not less than 330 rooms and not more
than K0. He says, however, that thla Is
something that should be governed to
some extent by the leasee.
Vice President Smith thinks that four
teen stories is high enough for the new
hotel, and that it should be In charge of
a practical - man who Is financially re
sponsible. Messrs. Wattles and Smith will go east
Sunday night, and while away will con
fer with people who have had to do with
the construction and leasing of large
CENTRAL LABOR UNION
DISCUSSES PROPOSED ACT
The first meeting of the Central labor
npton In Its new home In the Barlght
hall was held last night. The work
men's compensation iblll was the principal
topic of discussion, and It seemed to
meet with the favor of all of the labor
leaders. A committee composed of C.
J Bharap, J. J, Kerrigan and C. E.
Parman, waa appointed to study the new
bill and to make a report at the next
sieetlng, which will be January IT.
The committee from the Central Labor
onion that attended the city planning ses
sion In the city hall waa asked for Its
report, but tills too, will be made at
iie next meeting.
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Are Hoping for an
Increase in Salary
Although members of the Nebraska
legislature are assuming nn air of confi
dence that they are to receive a salary
of fWO each for their term of office, In
accordance with the provision of a consti
tutional amendment adopted at the fall
election, It Is said that many of them
are not so sure of this Increased pay an
ther pretend to be.
"Sonio taxpayer will enjoin them, as
sure as fate," said a politician In Omaha
yesterday, "and the amendmVnt will go
to tho supreme court to be Interpreted."
The question, It Is said, all hinges on
the word, "after," In the firm sentence
of the constitutional amendment adopted
laH fall to cover the matter of salaries
of members of the legislature.
Members-elect maintain that the Intent
of tho amendment was that the legisla
ture sitting this winter should be the first
to get the benefit of tho lncreano In
salaries. Others maintain that both the
letter and spirit of the nmendment wns
that members of the legislature elected
two years from now aro to be the. first
that are to enjoy the financial fruits of
Members of the Omaha delegation, who
claim they are entitled to the Incrrared
pay during the coming session, say they
have the opinion of the attomoy general
an their side. Others hold, however,
that these member's were not elected "at
the first election of members of the legist
lature held after the adoption of this
amendment," as provided by the amend
ment, but that they were elected at an
election simultaneous with tho adoption
of the amendment.
Board Will Censor
All Public Dances;
Police to Do Rest
Theatrical managers and directors of
dance halls met with the Social Service
board at tho city hall lost night, pledged
their co-operation In tho reform move
ment and were told what to expect from
the newly created board of censors.
T. F Sturgt-ss. acted as chairman and
read tho provisions of tho new ordinance
and explained what tho members of tho
board would do.
"We have decided to pass on no com
plaint Individually but only as a baud,
a quorum, that Is threo members, being
nocessary to action. We will not be hasty
We want to do what Is right and wo ask
"We believe you know what Is wrong
and what Is right In your business, but
you are likely to be mistaken the same
as anyone else In any other line of busi
ness. We, will prohibit obscene and Bug.
gcstlve parts In all shows. That' Is not
very definite, for we may differ as to
what Is obscene or suggestive, but wo
will give both sides a hearing."
Mr. Sturgess said the board would do
little or no pollco work, simply recom
mending what ought to bo done and leav
ing the rest to the police department.
Without exception tho men present
pledged co-operation. The dance hall pro
prietors were Interviewed by Policewoman
Catherine Drummy. Th6y said they were
not Interested In promoting suggestive
dances and would help the board In elim
DUNDEE CAR CONDUCTOR
ROBBED AT TERMINUS
Two highwaymen, masked and armed,
held up a Dundee car last night at the
Happy Hollow terminus. The conductor,
Ii. O. Nixon, was relieved of between 15
and St, all the money he had In his pos
The street car had Just reached the end
of the line and was turning when the
robbers boarded It. Only the conductor
was searched, although both street car
men were menaced by tho desperudoo.
The placo whore tho holdup oaocured Is
outside tho city limits and Is practically
deserted In the winter.
SNOW SPRINGS SURPRISE
DURING EARLY EVENING
A heavy, wet snow blanketed Omaha
and vicinity early Friday night. Aa early
as s o ciock tno nrst riaxes Degan to fall
and at midnight the drizzle still kent un.
Less than half an Inch fell In this period
but it maue mints uncomfortable in tho
city. Automobiles and other vehicle ,nd
aiuicuity in getting put and theater
crowds Btartlng for homo were surprised
to find the ground covered.
The temperature remained stationary
and warm weather prevailed.
At the Theaters
ATTRACTIONS IN OBI A HA.
BrandelsT Tae'Oalmss or Xormandy."
Qaystyt Jfctra varans.
acatlnsta at all these thsaUrs today.
Promise of the Press Airent.
"Plitm. V i .-.v. ...' .... .... . i
Opera company will close a very success.
fill H ITi .Ain.nt n . V, Y 1 ... . .
v ..... n 1 1 . .i um utiuiaoiB meaier
today, a matinee and an evening per
formanoe to be given. This production
Is the largest ever staged at the Brandeis
theater and the company Is one long to
b remembered by local theatergoers
sjh uuiKjj mo management will offer
for a I (ill r rtava' .it i.. n-.. . i
Harris' big success. "Officer fuj." a
thiMmm ..-lit ! a ttr.j
...... ..... w fti.pu vii runcouay.
The last two performances of Clyde
Fitch's popular comedy, Girls." will be
given at the Boyd theater, when the
Vaughan Ulaier players are to be seen
In this RCrMtnlnr nnmrii V' . i.
Directors Curtis will nlf.r i oh. Jt.Ill.
- w a, w 1 1 1 u a'IIU wUH
of the Boyd "The Great Divide," a play
Kext wytlt M I wn Tils, .... -nri.w i i
- " vii uhM rut;ii ana will
Introduce, a play called "The Countess
Franklyn Ardell. who Is presenting 'THe
flllffrarntt." .1 th. rmhi.. .
" - - . - ..... uicmuiij nil. n.fn.
tioDes to have another act noil v,r Al
though his present vehicle has made a
fcrrai mi over ne urpneum circuit, ha u
not quite satisfied with the part he plays,
lie la now DreDarlna- an act rslliut "Tn
of a Kind," which will give a greater op-
v-unuiuij iu um ms laieni aa a singer
Gua Fay and the "OsvMv niriv will
make merry tor the two last times thla
afternoon and evening, and tomorrow
afternoon the big event of the year, the
home-comlna of OmsJi&'s nrn un
Comedian Ed Lee Wroth, will have begun
Animal acts are always attractive to
Children and ths Illnmvtrnm. thl. .ir
Is offering for the special benefit of the
youngsters Arthur Browning and his dor
"Spot." Btartlng tomorrow, the second
ww j six-aci diiis win do presented,
comprising six exceptionally clever acts.
TOPICS FOR AJ)AY OF REST
Sermon and Song in Observance of
NEW MINISTER TAKES CHARGE
Kervlrea of Kmiiaellxm In Tlilril
Prrsbrlerlnn nntl I'nlrvleir I're
hylerlan Chan-lien Y. .M.
nntl Y. IV. O. A. nlr.
The now year will do the them of min
isters of many Omaha churches to
day. Musical programs spculnlly prepared
will be given by choirs. Most of the
churches hold no New Year's services on
tho first day of the year. Thost Mhlch
did not will observe New Year's tomor
row Hcv. Clarence N. Swihari, new pastor
of a nice English Lutheran church, will
be Installed tomorrow. At 11 o'clock
morning service the charge to tho con
gregation will bo delivered by Itov. I P.
Ludden of IJncoln. At tho evening serv
ice nt 7;30 Ilnv. Luther M. Kuhna will de
liver the charge to tho pastor and the
now minister formally will bo Installed.
Beginning tomorrow at 7:M o'clock n
series of evening meetings will be held In
the Third Presbyterian church, Twentieth
nnd Leavenworth streets, Itov. Goorge
Jack of Glasgow, Scotland, being the
speaker. Tho themes: Sunday. "Ba
laam's Ass;" Monday, "Tho ' Prodigal
Bon;" Tuesday, "Tho Love of God;"
Wedneaday. "Justification by Faith;'
Thursdny, "Conversion;" Friday, "Pray
er." John J. Gunn will sing at morning
and evening services Sunday. There Will
be special music at all the evening meet
ings. Bpedttl services will be hold all next
week at tho German Baptist church
Twenty-fourth and Blnney streets. Itev
O. L. Morgan of Wlndon, Minn.: Itev. H
L. Blake of Ttuthton, Minn., and Itev. II
F. 'Klassen of Winnipeg. Canada, will
spoalt during tho week. Services will
begin promptly nt 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday evening, January 7, will mark
the beginning of n series of evangelistic
services at tho Falrvlew Presbyterian
church, Pratt street and Fortieth ave
nue Karnest sneakers will give the mes
sage each night Good music will bo a
feature. Tho services, will begin at 8.
Tho week of prayer, Jan. 5, 1913. the
week following tho advent of tho New
Year and generally recognlred by the
Evangelical Alliance of Churches, will bu
observed by tho Central United Presby
terian church, 24th and Dodge streets, In
special gospel services. Itov. A. B. Mar
shall D. D., presldont of the Omaha Theo
logical Seminary, will preach oach even
ing at S o'clock.
The Lown Avenue congregation at
Fortieth and Nicholas streets will glvo
a reception nt the church on Monday
evening, January 6, from 8 to 10 o'clock,
In honor of Mr and Mrs. J. IC Fleming,
charter members, who will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary. Not
only the .adult membera of the Lowe
Avenuo congregation, but nny friend
of Mr. and Mrs. Fleming living In Omaha
aro cordially Invited to bo present.
Bishop Scanncll will preach at St. Ce
cilia's pro-cathedral at the 11 o'clock
mass tomorrow morning.
Grand Vlewr Sunday School. Fourth
and Cedar. R. B. Elrod. sunerlntendent.
meets at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
First, Twenty-ninth and Harney, Ilev.
V. Jasper Howell. Pastor Mornlnc ser
mon at 10:30. Sunday school at noon.
Evening worship at 7:30. Wednesday
evening prayer meeting at 7:30.
Calvary Branch. TlUrtv-fourth and Smv.
nrd-Sundiiy, 3:30 p. m., Ulblo Bchool. 12.
M. Kuton, superintendent; gospel meet
ing every ovcnlnir. bcclnnlni; Mnndnv nt
7:30 p. m.: Ilev. Fred Berry of Lincoln
Grace. Tenth and Arbor Morning ser
vice at 11 o'clock; evening service ut TiV
' i.iu.n, ouuuuy Dliuuk UL lli a. m..
Brotherhood Young Peoplo'B union nt 7
p. m. Itov. Mr. Heskett will occupy tho
pulpit both morning and evening. The
Lord's Buppor will bo observed after the
Immanuel. Twentv.fnurth nnrt TMnkn.v
Itev. J. 8. HboVlole. Pastor Prpnrhlnir nt
10:30 and 7:30. Ulblo school at noon. Young
peqpla'B mooting ut 0:30. Morning sermon.
'"Tno Appetlto of the Mind." Evening.
"Tho First Great Cause; Tho Living
God." This Is the first sermon of a series
on "First Things." Midweek devotional
meeting wedncuduy ut 0:30.
Calvary. Twentv.flfih Ami iinmin.,..
Bev. E. It. Curry. Pastor-Servlcca nt
10:30 a. m. and 7:S0 p. m.; New Year's
address to tho church In tho morning,
followed by tho Lord's supper and recep
tion of new membera; evening, "Tho Mod
ern .Man ana ins Tasks; Bible school ut
noon; young people's meeting at 6:30 p.
m; special services ut branch, Thirty
fourth and Howard, every evening ex
First. Twenty-sixth and II lirnev. Tl.iv.
A. U. Harmon. PnNtor Mnrninir u-nr.iiin
at 11, subject. "Tho Test of Christianity. '
evening wurnuip ni i:n. suujcci, "Harden
Not Your Hearts." lllbln school nt
Christian ISndeavor ut 0:30.
North Bide. Twenty-second nnd Ijthrop.
Itev. H. J. Klrschsteln. Minister Regular
church worship at 10:15 a. m. and 7:30 p.
mi. Mnilng theme. "A I.ong, March
with Light Baggage"; evening theme.
"Sentiment and Principle." Bible school
at 9:30 a. m.. Christian Endeavor meeting
at 6:16 p. m. Beginning with next Sun
day, January 12. this church will hold a
series of gospel meetings every night ex
cept Saturday, with Rev. B. B. Burton
of Dcs Moines as evangelist.
First, St. Mary'a Avenue and Twonty
fourth Street Sunday school at 3-45
Services at 11 and 8. Subject of leJ.un.
BaratS.K,u.'rw.enty,;ntt U1U Ames av
enue. F. W. Leavltt. Minister Sunday
school at 1 p. m.; service of worship at
8, street car men especially Invited.
Plymouth, Twentieth and Spencer. Frl.
erick W. Leavltt. Mnlater Preaching ser
vice at 10:30 a. m., Hermon topic, "Making
Room for New Business"; Sunday school
at noon; consecration meeting at 6-30
Annual meeting and parish supper
Wednesday, January 8 at 6:10 p. m.
Bt. Mary's Avenue, James Alexander
Jenkins, Minister At 10:30, sermon, com
munion and reception of new members;
subject, "Tho Test of Song." Noon,
Men's Forum: discussion, "One Benefit
of the Social Service Board," Rahbl Cohn
First. Nineteenth and Davenport, Fred
erick T. Rouse. Pastor; F. C. Freeinuntel,
Director Morning worship at 10:30; sub
ject, "Taking Your Moral Inventor'."
Evening worship at 7:; "A Review of
the Events and Progress of the Last
Year." Young People's Society of Chris
tlan Endeavor at 6:15. Business men's
class at noon.
St. Matthlaa'. Tenth and Worthlngton.
Rev. George Shepard Bouthworth. Rector
Holy communion at 8. Sunday school
at 10. Holy communion and sermon at II.
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnney,
Thomas Blthell, Pastor-Morning service,
10:30 a. in.; Sabbath school, 12 m.; Kp
worth league. 6:30 p. m.; evening service.
1; p. m. Rev. G. U Good ell will preach
in the evening.
St. Paul's. Thirty-Second and California,
Rev. John William Jones, A. M . Prteat
Bocond Sunday after Christmas. Sunday
UMmlL, CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP tUl&mllU
Unparalleled Reductions, Supreme Values
Don't confuse this sale with ordinary clearance sales.
We emphasize this fact EVERY SUIT AND OVERCOAT IN THIS $200,000.00 STOCK GOES. None reserved
under any circumstances. Get your share.
John A. Swanson, Pres.
Wm. L. Holzman, Treas.,
school at 9:00 a. m. Holy communion at
11 a. m. Ulshop A. U Williams will of
ficiate and preach at tho U o'clock ser
vice. Church of 8t. Phlllo tho Deacn. Twen
ty-first near Pnul, Uev. John Albert Wil
liams, I'ricBt Holy communion at 7:jo
a. m., tnatlus nnd Sunday school at 9:30
a. m.. holy cucharlst (choral) with ser
mon ai 11 a. m., evening prayer anu ser
mon at C o'clock.
St. Stenhon'H MlHslnntM-Ho9 In the
CongTeftatlonul church. Twnntv.fifth
street and Ames avenue. Holy communion
i a a. m. Sunday school at 1U a. m.
Holy communion at 11 a. in. Bishop A.
!. Williams will nfflnlntn nml nrpjirh nt
tho morning service.
oi. Andrew's. Forty-rirst and Charles,
. D. Tyner, Ilector Services: Celebra
tion of holy communion nt 8 a. in. Run-
day school nt !; u. m. Servlco at It a.
m. processional hymn No. CO. Commun
ion servlco. Woodward, hvmn No. ES.
Anthem. "At inlilnltrlit h. Hii mmnns
Came." Iteccs.iional hymn No. 62. Even
ing prayer ana sermon at 7:30 o'clock.
St. Paul's. Twentv-elKhth and Parker.
Itov. B. T. Otto. Pastor Services at 10.
Kvenlnir sermon In Krir-Huli nt 7'r. Hun.
day Bchool at 11:30. Ucrea Ulblo class on
Tuesday at 7:30.
St. Mark's Enirllnh. TwentlAlh nml
IlUI-dette. Ir. Ij. Oroli. PntnrNw
Year's Bervlce at 11. Subject. "What is
Life? A Charm." Subject 7:30. "Inspiring
Outlook." Sunday school at 9:45. Chris
tian Endeavor ut 6:45.
GmCA Encltfth. TlAtltV.atvth TI.Iu'B.n
Poppleton nnd Woolworth, Clarence N.
Swlliart, Pastor Installation of the pas
tor. Charca to the congregation by Rev.
Ll. P. Ludden. n. T).. nf T.tnnnln Nnh nt
11. Chare to tho pastor by Itov. Luther
M. Ivuhns at 7:30. Formal Installation of
Pearl Memorial. Twentieth and 1-n.rl.
more, J. franklin Haas, Pastor Morning
and evening sermons by tho pastor nt
10:30 and 7:30. Junior league at a:30. Hp.
worth league at 6:30.
Hirst Memorial. Thlrtv.fnurth njid Tjir.
lmore, W, W. Whitman, Pastor Home
coming services will be conducted by tho
pastor at the morning services nt 11.
Evening worship at 7:30. Kpworth league
at 6:30. Sunday school at 10.
First. Twentieth nnd Davenoort. Itev.
M. U. Williams, Pastor Morning services
at 11: subject. "Fire and Sword, tho
Christian Method of Reform." Evening
services at 7:30; subject, "Christ the I.lfe
Qlvor." Epworth leaguo at 6:30. Sabbath
school at 9:45.
Dletx Memorial. Tenth and Pierce. C.
N. Dawson. Pastor Sunday school at
9:30. Preaching at 10:45; subject. "Watch
ruinesB. ' upwnrth league ut 6:z. iTencn
lng at 7:80; subject, "Steadfastness." In
stallation of Brotherhood officers on Jan
uary li at 7:30.
First Swedish, Nineteenth and Burt,
Rev. Guatav Krlckson. Pastor Sunday
school nt 10 a. m.. preaching service nt 11
a. m.. subject. "The Good Shepherd":
ispworth leaguo meeting at 6:so p. m.,
servloo at 7:30 p. m., subject. "The First
Object of Human Pursuit" Servlevs
every night next week except Monday
McCabe. Fortieth nnd Farnani Morn
ing subject, "The Bottomless nt;" Sun
da)' school. 10 a. m., Mr. Charles Chare,
superintendent. A young men s uibie
class Is to be organized with Ed Stlner
as teacher. The Kpworth league subject
Is "The rrnyer ure. or Jesup. president.
E. T. Calvert. The oveulng service at
7:30, subject. "Cleansing vtho' I-per,"
Wnlnut Hill. Forty-flrnt and fharles.
William Hoyens. Pastor At 10:30 the holy
communion will be administered. Sunday
school at noou. Epworth league at 6:30.
Evangelistic erv)c at 7:30. Young peo
ple's Bible study 'class Monday night at
the home of Miss Day, 3S43 Franklin
street. Ihraycr meeting and teacher
training class at the church on Wednes
Benson. A- J. McCiung. Pastor Sabbath
Ki.honl nt 10. Morning worship at 11.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening wor
ship at 7:30. Midweek servlco Wednesday
evening at 8.
liMnit. Seventeenth and Dodge. HCV. M-
win Hart Jenks. Pnstor Publlo worship
at 10:30. Evening worship nt 7:30, Sub
ject, "Renewals." Christian Endeavor at
8:15. Sunday school at noon. Everyone is
Invited to attend.
Parkvalc. Thirty-ninth and Gold, Rev.
A. E, Lehmann, Minister Bible school, 10
a. m.; Christian Endeavor society, 6:45
p. m.; evening song and prteaohlng ser
vIm. T:S0 n. m.. at which tlmo the pustor's
Eermon text will bo Oencsls 4:9.
Falrvlew, Fortieth and Pratt. Charles
H. Fleming. Pastor Bible school at P. 44
Afternoon worship at 5. Subject. "Play
Ball." Thursday evening a symposium
on the Sunday school lesson for the next
Ijord's day led by Mr. Jurgenson at Uui
homo of Mr. Fanning.
North, Twonty-fourtli and Wirt, M. V.
The Nebraska Offers-
tho people of this community thousands of dollars in
greater values. The most desirable, fashionable cloth
ing is on sale at the lowest prices ever asked for mer
chandise of the highest quality. Every man who ex
pects to buy a dollar's
should, injustice to himself, grasp this unusual oppor
tunity. This sale is a magnet that is attracting thou
sands of the best informed men to this store. Attend
this greatest of all clothing sales Monday.
Remember That You Have Choice of
Entire Stock of Suits and
Embracing thousands of tin newest
All the Nebraska's Suits
and Overcoats worth up
to $13.50 go
All the Nebraska's Suits
iind' Overcoats worth up
to $22.50 go
Hlgbee, Pastor Communion at 10:SO. Sun
day school at noon. Young Peoplo's So
ciety of Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Even
ing preaching at 7:30. Subject, "Tho Great
Voice of the Ssew Year." Prayer meeting
at 7:30 Wednesday evening.
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth
Sunday school at 9:30. Publlo worship and
sermon by Rev. George Jack. Theme,
"Tho N6w Covenant. ' Prayer meeting
of tho Christian Enueavor society at ti:3u.
Evening worship and sermon by Rev.
George Jack at 7:30. Theme, "Balaam'
Lowe Avenue. Corner Fortieth and
Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel M. McGlffln, D.
D., Pastor Morning worship and com
munion, 10:30; Sunday school, 12 m.;
Christian Endeavor at 3 and 7 p. m.; eve
ning service nt 7:45 with gospel singing.
Prayer service at 8 o'clock Wednesday
Clifton Hill, Forty-fifth and Grant.
Thomas B'. Greenlee, Pastor Publlo wor
ship at 10:30. Subject. "Enrichment ot
Motive." Evening worship at 7:iO. Sub
ject, "The Cup of Salvation." Bible
school at noon. Christian Endeavor at
6:30. Tho sacrament of tho Lord's Sup
per January 12.
Church of tho Covenant. Twenty-seventh
and Pratt. Charles tl. Fleming, Paator
Morning worship at 10:45. Subject, "Play
Ball." Bible school at noon. Christian
Endeavor at 6:45. Evening worship at
7:30. Subject, "On Your Mark." Wednes
day evening a symposium on tho lesson
or the next Lords day led by Mr.
First, Twenty-third and South Central
Boulevard, C. M. Robrbaugh, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship
at 11. Subject, "The Mind of Josus," fol
lowed by tho sacrament of tho Lord's
Supper. Christian Endeavor at 7. Preach
ing at 8. Subject. "Passing Through tho
First, Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. Man
fred LllUefors, Mlnlater Services at 10:43,
subjectof sermon, "The New Unltarlah
lsm Tho Shifting of the Emphasis In Re
ligion." Unity fellowship at 7:30. Address
by Victor Rosewater nt 8, subject, "Tho
orklngmen's Compensation Act."
Contral, Hugh B. Speer, Minister Morn
lng worship with sermon by pastor, 10:80,
topic, "Personal Evangelism"; Sabbath
school, 12 m.i Young Peoplo's meeting,
6:30 p. m.; evening worship, 7:30, with
sermon by Rev. A. B. Marshall, D. D.
First, Twenty-first and Emmet. A. C.
Douglass, Pastor Communion of tho
Lord's Supper at 10:30. Sermon topic at
7:30, "Tho New Year's Campaign." Bible
school at noon. Young People's Christian
union at 6:3a Tho "Week of Prayer" will
be observed with meetings every evening
during tjio week, except Saturday, at 8.
Prof. Henry Olerlch will speak before
the Omaha Philosophical society Sunday
afternoon at 3o'clock in Barlght hall,
Nineteenth and Farnam. Ills subject will
be, "The Strong and the Weak Points In
People's Rev. diaries W. Savldge will
speak at the Gayety theater at 11 n. ni.,
subject. "Tho Greatest Sin. in the World."
At 7:30 p. ra. sermon at the church, Il
lustrated by pictures. Prof. Mertea will
have change of the music
Grace United Evangelical, Camden Ave
nue and North Twenty-soventh Street,
Rev. Thomas M. Evans. Pastor Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Sunday
school at 10 a. m., IC L. C E. at 6:45 p
m. Morning thome, "A New Start";
evening theme, "God's Call to You."
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints. Twenty-fourth and
Ohio, Elder M. A. Peterson. Local Presi
dent. 1S17 North Twentieth Street-Sunuay
school at 9:45. Sacramental service at 11.
Zlon's Rellglo society at 6:30. Preaching
at 8, Next Wednesday evening, January
S, regular local business meeting. An
nual election of branch officers.
Y. AV. C. A. Notes.
All classes and clubs begin regular
work again Monday. January 6.
The association will entertain several
territorial und national secretaries this
month at the time of the finance cam
paign. They will arrive this week and
will be hero for the rest of the January
The Sunday afternoon Vesper service at
4:30 will be u special meeting for the new
year. The uddress will be made by Miss
Strong, the general secretary of tho ds
aoclatlon. and there will be violin and
vocal music. All secretaries who have
been away for vacations will be back, and
the nuw assistant secretary. Miss Hagler,
will be glad to meet new friends. A very
cordial Invitation Is extended to all young
women to be present at this Bervlce and
at the soalul hour which- follows at &.30.
Y. 31. C. A. Xutrc.
The class In "Life Problems" will begin
Its metlngs Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Bible classes reopen on Monday night
at :1S with clasats for all young men of
the city who care to attend.
There will be a oneday campaign for
worth of clothing this winter,
All the Nebraska's Suits
nnd Overcoats worth up
to $16.50 go
All the Nebraska's Suits
und Overcoats worth up
to $35.00 go
at . . . .
subscribers to Association Men the last
part of tho month of January.
The Young Men's Christian association
wishes to thank the public for interest
and co-operation In making this New
Year's reception the best .one ever held.
The night school will reopen January 6,
after a two weeks' vacation. New stu
dents may enroll for the remaining half
of tho school year.
Dr. Charles Fordyce of tho University
of Nebraska, will give the first one of
a series of lectures on tho "Psychology
of Advertising" on Friday evening, Jan
uary 10, at 8 o'clock.
Dean Chares Fordyce of the University
of Nebraska will give a lecture at the
Young Men's Christian association Sun
day afternoon" at 4 o'clock on "Sex Hy
giene. This meeting la for men1 only.
Tho Greek boys of, the city will bo given
a Christmas entertainment at the Young
Men's Christian association Tuesday,
evening, January 7, the time of their
Christmas, according to the Greek calen
dar. Persistent Adveertlslng Is the Road to
Only One Way
To Stomach Health
ICnt Three Meals a Day and Let
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Digest
Them. Tlio Stomach Soon He
covers Ater This Brief Rest.
Tho very worst thing you can do Is to
starve yourself to overcome stomach mis
ery. Make your meals Just as compre
hensive as possible. Ubo Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets freely for awhile and all
trace of stomach trouble will be gone.
Dieting la a fallacy. Tho Intensive farm
ing nnd gardening of tho present day
forces such quick results that our dietary
Is lacking In tho quantity of flesh-forming
elements of former days. Thus we get it
Ton Can Maks Evsry Msal Peel Snug;.
surplus of it arch; meats are often de
spoiled of much of their nutritive quality;
the soil Is depleted of the amount ot vege
table salts it ought to have. Wo do not
obtain the natural ripened fruits and
vegetables hence tho stomach requires
assistance to digest an overabundance of
flbrc-us material and tako care of fruit
acids that Nature had no chance to con
vert Into grap sugar. So we need more
pepsin than tho system can supply, more
diastaso, more of qie natural tonic and
preservative properties which ripened
vegetation should glvo us. This defici
ency is made up In Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets and la the only way to have stomach-health
under modern conditions.
Just try ono box and you will never
want to bo without his wonderful rem
edy for stomach troubles. Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets contain nn Ingredient, one
grain of which will digest 3,000 grains of
food. They are so entirely harmless be
cause they have absolutely no effect on
the system ono way or another except to
do just tho ono thing digest food.
Every drug store sells and recommends
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. The price is
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