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THE P.EK: OMATTA, FRIP V. .JANTARV 2. 1 !1
CHINA CAMPAIGNERS SPEAK j
Lenders of Presbyterian Missionary
Work Spend Day Here. I
BURDEN UPON UNITED STATES .
'hlnn IVoir Oi'Iiik ntnl Nrnln i
on whu-h the pxiKtlltioti rmc from St.
l'aul. fir luiiRrniii us prcrrtuRivl whs
badly Mmttrml. It Sht rihI UMc
wore met itt the tmln In Coutivll Ul tffsi
and wlil?kl to thr Commercial club In
Omaha by automoMU, wlirro at 1 oVIock
liitu-h or, h piHMl-nlxcil iTowtl annual
ami heard them ranrrlv
t; ttlble hail to tctuin Immediately to
I'oinirll muffs to fill an afternoon en
Haemerit. while at 'M o chirk lr. nci'
spoke Ht the Yomhk Homnn' ('hrlstlmi
ENDORSE LOAN SHARK BILL
Social Service Commission of Epis
copal Church Agrees in Part.
BUSINESS IS TO BE LICENSED
til) liilntlmtt nf I lie llnlex nnd
Iti'Unlnttnn Would lie I'nnUli
nhle li ItexiLltiK f
l.lcenxc, ulth fines.
llrlp of .Ml .Nation Mnprn
dom Iru1t-in M to
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Han6fHsm In all Us I'huscs whs (11?-; W ctlul JDUiM U UllitJo
cugd In rrrb-trrlfui chun-hes unci i n jt i T 1 1.
olMwhcre In OmHh-t yrnl.y nu.l In j MaKG a r reCllCaillGllt
nlsht, thousands of iirr.on. uttoiulhiR the !
meelliiRn a.ranced by the Presbyterian
missionary woikei?. I.ute nrrivnl of the
ttaln beating tho rpmikctv foreed rear
rangement of Plan for some nieetlnRs.
but the workets minimized the difficulty
and seemed not to be troubled.
That tho rnlted Slntej is the nation
with which rets tlie icspouiblllt of
hMiik to China the help It needs In Ha
lt organization of Iti political nnd social
.Mis. J. S. l.ons of 1340 South T only
fifth avenue Is in a pn-illi .lim-nt ami now
cannot tell whether she will have to
Mpend Satuidav nlulit in n hotel because
of water bonul tulos
ho kuvi'S Sunday inoi iiIiik at 9 o'clock
for California on a lx months' nip. ller
house Is lieatod with hot water. The
heatlm; plant will not work with the
water turned off. She has a meter. Tho
iu Omaha Tuesday
life, in estahilshns; a lepubllc, wns urged water company does not know whether
by Itobert K. fpeer and the Key. y. jit can tin u It off SSuiiilay inoniliic In time
Hlhle. two of the fifteen "peaki:rs who j tor her to catch a train oi not. The train
ar making a tour or the central and f will not wait She i.ow lias In decide
southern states in the interest of the . r.hethn she will sttw .it a holol Saturday
China cainpilgii of missionary evangel- night or take haii' os on missing tho
Ism. who spoke at the Commci rial club J tiain waiting foi the Water boa id to
luncheon at noon yesterday. ' t-irn off the watei
Mr. Speer presented In u foiccful man-!
ner the great problem that Is confiuiit-. fi.ri nil nl flnrllT- fn Tn
1IIB the Chinese people today. For ex- ' VJUIUilOl UUUV W JJO
ample, to phoneticising ot the Chinese ,
alphabet, which is necessaiy In order to;
take the clumsiness out of their lltera- '
tuic, he s-ald would throw R,,000 pcophi ' Colonel Codj . who luu been In North
out of employment In China because it J'".att visiting his n.-w giaudson, has
would simplify their printing to snih an ' left there for Denver, wheie he will
extent 1 make further urrunsenionts foi the IiIex
('liniiECi Nocnwrj. i council of Indian chiefs and white scouts
"Kut every Industrial change docs that II. at 1m to be held In IMS. lie w IM hi rive
kind of thine," said Air. Spew. "There jheio about Tuculav anil will lie met by
will be sonic difficult piolilcms whim , I. one Hear, ir., of the Sioux lnillnus.
China takes on all the industrial changes b.hI .Major McCnne. The big pipe of
in ten years that have been wrought In Anal peace and good will Is to pass
the west In hundreds of years. H Is to j around and bulletins of old memories
take on the economic changes of CM years will l? exchanged
In a silicic generation."
Mr. Speer said China, the gieatest na
tion In the world, was pneslng tliioush
the greatest crlls. lie explained tlvU
the Chinese nation was the greatest for
three icasons. namely in that it is the
oldest, tho most populous and of the
greatest proved capacity, lie called at
tention to the. things the Chinese had
accomplished. In solving the opium pi oh- i
lem lie said they had already succeeded 1
m uprooting SO per cent of the opium
fields of tho empire and had done awny
with So per cent of the opium traffic.
"A nation that can do tl'.eso things,"
said Mr. Speer. "Is a nation that do- '
serves our sympathy The Chinese do-
mnnd our actual and practical help. We i
arc the only men on earth they can look !
to for this." I
THIRTY-SEVEN FEET COST
JUDGE ALTSTAOT MONEY
The fact that .lustier of the Pence
William Altstadt has his office thirty
seven feet farther fiom Just Ice Claiborne's
office than Justice Hrltt has, Is costing
tho 'Little Hlsniii'ck" Judge some busi
ness. When a defendant makes a request
for a change of vejuie In Justice court
on account of piejudicc. the statute stip
ulates that the case shall be taken to
tho next nearest Justice of the peace.
The nearest tra'-cled route must bo taken
in making tl e measurements. If Justice
Hrltt had remained on the fifth floor of
the r.a'ker hlock, .vhere he used to be.
all would ihave h-en well with Judge
Altstndt Hut Justice Hrltt didn't like
The executive committee of the Social
Service comml'slou of the Kplscopal
chinch met Wi lu sdav In tlie bishop's of
fice. Seventeenth and IVnlne stretls, and
discussed a nuinior of bills proposed In
Nehinska. Ulshoi' A. U Williams pie
sided over the meeting. II. II. Claiborne
was elected permanent socictary-
Tlie loan shaik bill was endorsed in
prllioiplcf hoeer. the committee did not
approve all the minor details of I He bill.
The bill stipulates for tlie relimetmetit
of the present !.w on loans. In genei.tl, j
and provides Hint loans not to exceed $3M
for a tot ni not to exceed one vear. an In
tetest rate not over 3 per out per month
tuny, be charged. Another condition Is
that n man doing a chattel loan business
must proenro a license Issued by the
Mute auditor and that Its cost Is to be
$1(0. lie must also be under a bund In
the sum of J.VX'o. Then, too. the books
of the loan man must lie open to inspec
tion nt any time by the public Inspector
to bo appointed for this work. Hut the
status of tho business is not to be made
pnblle b.v the inspector so long as tho
business is found to be in conformity to
Penalty for violations of the law It !
be a rorfelturo of both tlie Interest and
the principal In the loan hi which tho vio
lation Is practiced, and besides a posinl
fine of from to SI,0C or a Jail Im
prisonment. The committee also endorsed the piln
clplo of the civil service bill known ns
house roll No. 53. and another pioposfi
bill which reiiulie.s that the names of p
pllcauts for man Inge licenses shall no
published for five consecutive days before
a license is Issued. Tlie principle of tin
mothers' pension bill diawn by Simon of
Douglas county was .iNo rrcioVscd.
D, E., Buck is Still iu
D. n. Hiick, 'MX Grand avenue, who
was badly liuit last week h an auto
running Into him, is reported as being
In a serious condition. There Is still
hope of his recovery fiom tho shock.
However. Ids heart shows a very weak
speaker called attention to the , , ' '1 " """" .. ' ' . " "
fact that China had a compass 2.7m ' " ' .,. " " ' .. ' u"
vcars n. C. but that It novrr had a
navy that sailed out of sight of laud;
that It had gunpowder before Christ, but
that China never made use of It In
to the third floor of the building The
county surveyor In order to settle a dis
pute of whether Altstadt or Hrltt were
nearer to Claiborne's court, and for that
reason entitled to tho business comlns
To Dissolve I he l iilon
of stomach, liver and kidney troubles
and cute biliousness and malaria, take
Hlectrlc flitters. Guaranteed. Only 50c.
Kor sale by Kenton Drug Co. Advertisement.
. . . . I ' L'UBUII Ulll
f-lr4ttnv.lnC fill, 'nfl.' nf n rni.nl.n, l.o. I .
r...n;., Altstadt out by thlrty-sevcn feet.
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"The greatest nation on eaith," he slid.
"Is now passing through the most traTW
moral crisis, and Is meeting that crisis
in u way that challenges our admiration. '
Ife said that a nation to survive such a
rJsIa and build up substantial footing
must rest on a firm and sound lcliglouj
devotion, nnd that It rested with America
to 'instil that Into the Chinese peoole.
".Vow that we have that nation In ih?
plastic state," he said. "let vs stamp It
with the die we wish It to bear that v-e
and China may live together In national
IIbto Crrnl A III 1 1 ,
Hov. F. W. Hlblc. following Mr. Sneer.
said that the, Chinese havo the
COLLEGE ALUMNI DINNER
PLANNED FOR NEXT WEEK
A college alumni Informal dinner will be
Riven nt tho t'nlveiMlty club Thursday
evening, January ro. at i:15 o'clock.
The committee in charge cons'sts of K.
U. Graff, chairman: K. A. Benson. Uni
versity of Iowa: Ilr.ia MHUid. Jr., liar
vnd; F. H. Woodward, Cnlverslty of Ne
braska; IS. S.' (rossnian. Cnlverslty of
.Michigan: Harold (:. i;v irts. Yalt; 11. W.
Pleipont, Dartmouth: flecd Peters. Am-
ihersf, .'.. 1 Matton. Oherlln: II. M.
Kogcrs. Princeton: K. T. Manning, Knox:
John W. Towle, Cornell: llarley Moro-
amp head. Columbia: Hairy Montgomery, lint-
ability of the people of iroTthnrn Ku- 1 vrsity of Wisconsin. I . Kdgciiy. Unl-
rope. In proof of this lie pointer! oiitp'crsity of Pcnii'vivanln: It. W. Hllss.
tho gieat Chinese wall hullt thousands ; llllsh -Medical college.
of years ago which Is still tho marvel
of the world; tho great irrigation works
prrfectrd ages ago b.v the Chinese; the
gioat canal systems of the empire; the
great sea walls hullt of cut stone. And,
lastly, he said, "When your ancestors
and mine were bartering with furs in
northern Ihirope the Chinese people i
were tiBing money In trade." j
He reviewed the great natural resources
III A (?hlnfttn mnlfr u n,l tl-i. fnt'tlltti' .f I
.h .nil. lie .nlrt nf .ho ..ipr Io1"1 aicCnrlliy. 1713 Chicago street, re-
would develop there when these resour.'es
BUSY THIEVES STEAL
SEVEN SETS OF HARNESS
Harness thieves worked overtime
Wednesday night living their trade and
man:. Omaha teamsters reached their
barns to discover the loss of much valua
ble harness. Klvc barns were visited and
sfeven sets wereyitolen.
SAYS HE IS HURRYING THE
DEMOLITION OF COURT HOUSE
F. O. Johnson, court house wrecking
contractor, told the county commission
ers that he Is removing the old
building as uipldly as lie can, although
Ills contract should have been completed
January 15. The board Is considering the
advisability of putting men at work to
help Johnson and deducting the wages
paid them from the Jj.OCO Johnson Is to
receive under Ills contract.
begin to be exploited, for he said, "T.je
superstition of the Chlncc religion ,s
I nortcd the loss of ono set of double har
ness, valued at ?i0. The Mycr Krult com
pany's stables at "000 Xorth Twentieth
i street was robbed of three sots vvoith $K.
such that It was more than a man's ',f ,
was worth to attempt to get what hv i ... , ...
, . , ., ... ' ,, ,i. ... .. street, lost a !0 set and J. I,. Gl more
beneath the sod." Ho pred cbd that the ,, , ; . .. ,. , ' ' '
- , , . . . , 'and John Codlns. ii09 Noith U ghtccnth
', " ,'" r;u,",,u ,, "treet, two sets rated as worth ISO.
drawn from the plains of Mongolia. !!.
said the Cliiuojje Vhad u:e.d natural sMs I
S0y years before we discovered It.
"With the coming of tho new life la
China," he sad, "will come social pioli-
MARBLE COMPANY PLANS
TO DOUBLE ITS CAPACITY
lems within ten years that will make ih?
slums of New York look like model let-
The Omaha Marblo and Tile company
is planning to double Its capacity at the
tlements. It Is for us to tnke hold and ' factory, I10-11J North Fourteenth street.
help make and model this nation into . the hurinoss of the late I'-. ,M Humbug
what It Is to be." j having ben taken over by W. C. It. Noll-
Owlnp to tho late arrival of the tlnln . man and .Albert Kruse. The new com-
; nany Is capitalized for 1:5,000. The Jl.OOa
I investment of the coinpan.v will lie dou
bled and the number of employes will
No Indigestion, Heartburn or
Dyspepsia Five ."Minutes After
Taking "Pupe'n JJiapepsin."
, he increascil from twelve to twenty.
i DR. JENKINS TO OCCUPY
' TEMPLE ISRAEL PULPIT
Every year regularly more than a mil
lion atomach Sufferers In the United
sitatts, England and Canada take Hapu's
Dlapepsln, and realize not only Imme
diate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will digest
anything you oat and overcome a sour.
gassy or out-of-order stomach five mln- i
utes afterwards. 'i
if your meals don t fit comfo.tably, or BURGLAR STEALS OVERCOAT
what you cat lies like a lump of lead In s
your stomach, or If you have hoartburn, i
that is a sign of Ind.giBtlon. J burglar with no mean sense of humor
T'l"lTerca the room of I.roy Wade. 171"
Ilev Dr. J. A. Jenkins, pastor of St.
Marj'a Avenue Congregational church,
will occupy the Temple Israel pulpit
Friday evening. II- will take as his subT
Ject, "Prophetlsm, Old and New." There
will also be a special musical piogrum,
Mr. Harry Dlsbrow, baritone, will assist
the regular quartet. He will also slug a
olo, "Arm, Arm, Vo Hravc," from Man
dcl's "Judas Muccibeas.'-
OF LARGEST POLICEMAN
For Every Baking
Best because it's the
purest. Best because
it never fails. Best
because it makes every
baking light, fluffy and
evenly raised. Best
because it is moder
ate in cost highest in
At your grocers.
Just as soon as you can. There will ht
no sour risings, no beichinc of undi
gested food mixed with acid, no stomach
eua or heartburn, fullness or heavy feel
ing in the stomach, nausea, debllltatlnc
headaches, dizziness or Intestinal grip
ing. This will all go, and,' besides, there
will be no sour food left over in the stom
ach tc poison your breath with nauseous
Tape's Dlapepfcin Iu a certain euie for
out-of-arder ntuniaclis, ttuuusc It takos
t hletKu 'ti'O'.t. Wednesday and stole ,-i
new overcoat and a suit of clothing.
Wade Is one of the largest policemen on
the local department.
Mrthodtat Minister Ttrcommendn
Chninbrrlnln'a CoqkIi lleinedy.
Rev. James A. Lewis, Mllaca, Minn.,
writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Itomedy
Iws been a needed and welcome guest In
our honje for a number of years, I highly
World's Pur Food Ex
tltioo, CUc&co, III
Paris ExpoMtioa. Franca,
reoominend It to my follows as being
hold of your food und digests It just the ' B niedlulnr wortliy of trial In eassa of
same aa It our slomadi wasn't there. colds, roughs and croup, Olve Chamber
XUUof In five mlnuteu fiom ull stomaeh i ,al' Cough Iteinedy a trial and we are
mltery is wultlnif foi you auuny drui; ; confident '" will find It veiy effectual
vtore, und continue to use. It as occasion re-
Thece large fifty-cent cages contain pu'res for yeara to come, an many other j
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost any case of dyspepsia, Indigestion
or any Oth' stomueJi disorder 4ver.
have dono. J'or sale by all dealers.
Peidlbtent Advertising is the Road to
BEGINNING NEXT SATURDAY
We Will Offer , '
Choice of Any Women's or Misses' f
IN THE HOUSE
Values to $32.50
Values to $85.00
It's the ono big. event of the season, so do not let anything keep you away.
OXKZK BROS SECOND n.OOR.
00 I' M Om tf At Sfwdm tf Twtntf-far ffJiitt Mtttr Truth OwsW iy Armtur and Cuafoany, j "i: j -t 'I ,
1"! M T ' Chirmf, nd Opmnd ijr $ktm in thtjjriririfiat Cunt tfjhtJJmttd Statu y Si j cC I
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