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TITE OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: MAY IPO. i CURRENT COUNCIL Mm, IS IwH L MIJfOH MK.TIO. ( Dsvls, drugs. ;' Btorkert sells carpets. , Wedding rings t l.effert'a. Kd Rogers, Tny Paust beer. Stock pastured. Phlnney.- Thone 21 fl I Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Thona 97. I Woodrlng Vndertaklng company. Tel. $39. i UKRMAN PROS..FLORIBTS. 10 PEARL ) BT. 'Phonos: Ind., tfl lllack: Bell. 623. I lawn mofr on sale at Petersen & 1 flehocnlng Co. Prices from $2.28 to 115 1 i:SRfi,l, IN Till: WB8THHN IOWA COLLKGE. A SCHOOL OF INDUSTRY, i The Isrgest stock of wall paper In So. Western Iowa. H. Borwlck, 211 Bo. Main. Wo know we hav the best flour.- Eaoo ' la the name. Bartell & Miller. Phone 3M. Horn, lo Mr. and Mia. Roy O. Kecline, ' TlMi B-i end avenue, yesterday, a daughter. ' IT PAYS Tf ?KB HOSPli UK FORE JJU VINO A riANO. PKARL 8THLKT. ! Choice Missouri wood In all lengths eut I to silt. The Co. B. Coal and Ice Co. ' 'Phones "-. !r. Donald Micrse left last evening for Richmond. Va.. lo attend the National Bur- Fit a I congress. i Rev. ('. V. Smith. pastor of the Melhodlat frhnrrh at Tnhor. la., was In the city yes I terdtiy visiting friends. i A marriage licence was loaned yesterdny lt Chria I.araon and Dora Anderaon, both l hK-l 22 and both of this city. Hoe Hie wonderful demonstration of Chi i Namel at our store this week. P. C. De Vol Hardware Co., 004 Rroadway. Wanted Kxperlcnced man bookkeeper ai d rtrnn.sraplier; reference required. Ad lie!i ,'R," care Omaha Bee, 15 Scott St. Those cHSra of smallpox Were reported rieinu hv City Phjalctan Tuliba: Stanley R-llmnl. irjl Avenue P. and Jesse Davis, o.iit Avenue K. GLASSKS ACCI RAT KLY FITTED AND Al.I.'KVK TROCB1.ES CORRECTED. DR. J. YV. TERRY. SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, AT LKFKKRT'P. No task for us to figure your hill for Jour house. All Wo ask for In return la your business if we are low bidder. C. Hater, both, phones 22. Dr. V. I.. Treynor Is home from Iowa Cllv. whore he hi tended R meeting of the Don id of Regents of the State university of Iowa, of which he Is a member. It Is no use lo hunt any further for a fasoline slaee. We have what you want. )o not lot the price worry' nu. You will be satisfied with that. D. W. Keller, 103 South Miiin. Mrs. 8. A. Herald', aged 4S years, died yes lerdnv Hi her home, MO Harrison street. She Is simlvod bv her husband and five ' children. Deceased was the daughter of the late John Clausen. ' The P. C. PrYol Hardware Co.. are hav ing a demont ration on the new floor finish Chl-Numrl. mid extend a cordial invitation to all the Indies of Council Bluffs to call and see this demonstration, and gel a bntnrle can of Chl-Namel. James Carlin. over whose head a "dlpso'" ntenf was hanging, violated his promise to abstain from Intoxicating- liquor and wan yesterday ordered bv Judge Wheeler sent for two' years to liie Stale Hospital for Chronic' Inebriates at Knoxville. The Alumni association of the Council Bluffs High school will hold a meeting next Tuesday evening at the high school build ing for the election of officers and for mak ing preliminary arrangements for the an nual entertainment of the graduating class. I.Ioe O Rbuke. a lall-bresker 'from Sioux City, was placed In the city Jail for safe keening over Thursday by Deputy Sheriff M Dougxll of Woodbury county. O'Rnurko was captured In St. Louis, lie told the officers that since his escape from Sioux City he had served a tern of sixty days for vagrancy In Terre Haute, Ind. Abe (lillnskl. the second-hand dealer charged with violating the city ordinances bv falling to report to the police the pur chase of a set of harness from Joe Ilen nessy. who confessed to stealing It from bis employer, Miss Minnie Avery, was fined $5 and costs in police court yesterday. Freil E. Anfc-rlls. the drug clerk wJio swal lowed a number or corrosive, subllmste' tablets Thursday evening with suicidal In tel t, was removed enrly yesterday morn ing from police headouarters to St. Ber nards hospital, where last, evening It waa Muted he was lolni nicely.. No charge baa yet been filed .isainst the young man for forging the name of the Bronson Drug company lo two cheeks and It Is likely none will bo. At tho annual meeting of the Woman's auxiliary of St. Pauls Episcopal church yesterday these officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Emmet Tinley; vice president. Mrs. Ed Canning; secretary, Mr. George Alllnghum; treas urer, Mrs. C. F. P. Froom. Mrs. Tinley and Mrs. Mollis were elected delegatea to the diocesan convention at Keokuk, with Mrs. Hnnthorn and Mrs. E. H. Doolittle as alternates. Isaac Caltron. aged 74 years, waa found dead In bed at the home of hla daughter, Mrs. James Ray. .116 Lincoln avenue, yes terday morning. Mr. Cattron retired at the usual hour Thursday night, but when hla daughter went to his room yesterday morn ing to call him tt breakfast she found that lie had been dead probably for several hours. Death resulted from congestion of the brain. Deceased, who had been a resi dent of this city for aeveral years, wn born In Indiana, May a, iwu. "Sandy" Brown, charged with beating ! and robbing an old man in Hamburg, la., wu lodged In the county Jail here yester day b Sheriff Harris of Fremont county on' order from Judge. Green of the district court. Another niHii. charged with com plicity In the assault and robbery, la In the Hamburg Jail, and the authorities desired to keep him and Brown separate until their trial. ThlB could not be done In the Ham burg Jail, so Brown,' who was arrested In Sheridan, Wyo., was lodo.d In the county . Jail hore. Henry J. Stelnberger. whose wife filed ! n suit for divorce Thursday, was before justice Greene yesterday to answer a charge of assault and battery preferred by Mrs. Stelnberger. The charge was dismissed and another and more serious one, that of ' assault with Intent to Inflict great bodily Injury, was preferred. Mrs. Stelnberger aid I-r husband, not satisfied with beat ing her with his fists, had struck her with a pole used aa a prop for the clothes line. Judge Oreene held Stelnberger to the grand Jury and fixed hia bond at VTOil. In default of which Stelnocigcr waa committed to the county jail. Davis, IS; William Cutler. ID; F. R. Hoag land. 20; C. V. Braim. SO; R. 8. Damon, 3); g. K. Coon. 20; Fred Johnson. 21: B. C. floss. 12: K. K. Jackson, 22; K. K. Mart, !.': Waldo Foster, 22; Charles McOlure. 22; Ktnmet Tinley, 23: B. M. Sargent. 23; Frank Binder. '.3: John Wheeler. T; E. I.. KmpKie. tH; Homer Sherman, 24; N. Hi Filbert. 24; R. I Sprague, 24; C. A. Empkie. 'J: Walter Coleman. &: Fred Ryner, -5; J. P. Christen, sen. 26; J. J. Ferguson. 27; W. 1 Douglas. 17; H. II. Van Brunt, 27; C. I Felt. 27. A drop In tne price of olives. We had an opportunity to get a cheap price on a large shipment of bottled olives, put tip In large site bottles. To make lliem move In a hurry we will sell them at fl5c per bottle. Wo have some extra fine cucumbers at 6c each: lorg radishes, three bunches for 10c; new beets, two bunches for" 15o; wax beans, ?0e per lb.; pie plant, three for 10c. Fail ures are unknown in bread baking If you use our celebrated F.aco flour. It is milled from wheat that Is first tested before ground. We make a apeclalty of cheese; we . keep Imported Swiss, limburger, brick and Young Americas. Peanut butter. Bar ic! & Miller. 'Phone 36! Drink Bndwekser. King of all buttled beers. L. Rosenftld Co., distributors. Both 'phones 323. Satnrday Hardware Specials. Gasoline or gas stove oven. Sic; 14-foot fish poles, loc; screen doors. Iftc; adjustable window screens. 19c; screen wire, per fquare foot, ,02c; poultry netting. In full rolls, per 100 aquare feet. 80c; 14-lnch lawn piowtr, $213; lawn rakes, 6c; garden rakes, f A. A. CLARK Ct CO. i nun iinricv nn LUiiU i.lUi.LI Ull HOUaEHOLD FUBNTTTJRE. AXD ANT CHATTEL tUCOCRTTY AT ONjVhALF THE I BCAL RATES. Twenty Yean oX Huooonabl kfuainees. OORKER MACf AND BltOADWAT. OVKR AMERICA EXPRESS. Mo oamieottoa with tb firm aaJJlnc thnmaolwaa The Clark Martgag Co. BOTH TUOSES KIT. JXO. T. XLti.lf, Mgr. NEWS OF IOWA BLUFFS It. Tel. . l!c; steel hoe, 19c; steel spading fork, 4:; shovels and spades. 18c; square western washer, 13.(9; washing machines up to 117.60; willow clothes basket, 7c: 14-quart granite dish pan, 19c; 10-quart seamless granite water pall, 29c; Iron pumps, up from II 9n, etc.. J. Zoller Mercsntlle com pany, inO-102-104-106 Broadway. Phone 20. You can't scratch or mar Chl-Namel; It s the new floor finish. Hot water will not turn It white or make It lose Its gloss. Get a frre sample can at P. C. DeVol Hard ware Co. Rea! Estate Transfers. These transfers were reported to The May 1 by the Pottawattamie County stract company of Council Bluffs: John A. Robinson to Carrie Robinson Keellno, lots 3 and 4. Casady's sub division of original plat: lot W and el7 feet lot K, Elder's add., w. d....$ Niels Paulsen and wife to John H. De Witt, lot 3 In subdivision of or iginal plat lot 45, and nil feet lot 3 in subdivision of original plat lot 44, w. d .. John A. Coppock and wife to John W. Rush. nwVi swV 3S-7B-3. w. d. .. John W. Rush and wife to W. W. Schoonover. nw' sw' 3(-75-3s. w. d. Sarah V. Chllds et al. to J. R. Al hcrtson. parts se'i nwVi and ne'4 sw' 2S-75-43, w. d... George H. Mavne and wife to M. T.,. Marks, lot block (I, McMahon, Cooper Jefferies' add., w. d Estella Randall and husband to Mrs. 8. M. llarwood, lot 5. block 10, Eu bank's 2d add., w. d Benjnmln-Fehr Real Estate company to Minnie M. Whltakcr, lot 14, block 13, Ferry add., w. d Bee Ab- 2,5(10 2.5 2,400 2,400 2.064 2,000 1,160 125 Eight transfers, total. .113,039 On Saturday. May 22. the committees will call the women's driving contest. A band some trophy will be offered for the winner. The qualifying round for the directors' cup tournament will be called on Saturday, May 30. This play will be eighteen holes, medal play, and will be open to all under handi cap. 5 000 FINE DOG COLLARS on sale at Peterson & Schoelng Co. Prices from 15c to $3. F.IUs' Temple Soon Heady. WEBSTER CITY, la.. May 2.-(Special.) The committee having in charge the cere monies of dedication of the fine new Elks' temple In this city has plans under way to make It a most notable event. The date has been fixed as Friday, JunejS. J. V. Samls, former grand exalted ruler, of Cedar Rapids, will deliver the principal address. All of the program except the banquet In the evening will be held at the Elks' hall. The banquet will be served In tho armory. It will be. followed by a grand ball at the club house. Invitations to lodges all over the state are being ser.t out end It Is ex pected that hundreds of visitors will be In the city that day. The new club house, cost 126.000 as It stands and Is claimed to be the finest structure of the kind In a city this size to be found In the Cnited States. The ceremonies of dedication were planned for last November, hut were postponed until spring on account of the financial situation. Saturday watch special at Lefferts. Seventeen-Jewel Elgin, patent regulator. In heavy dust proof nickel ca.se, only $9. See other surprisingly low prices for tho valuo In Leffert's ad on this page. Finish your old floors with Chl-Namel and they will look Just like. new. It'a a new way of finishing floors. See the dem onstration at our store. P. C. Devol Hard ware Co. Baptist Church Annirersary. GRIN NELL, la.. May 2-(Speclal.)-Tlia celebration of tho fiftieth anniversary of tho founding of the First Baptist church of this city took place here today and was led by Mrs. I. B. Brande, the widow or Rev Thomas Brande, the first pastor of tho church. Mr. and Mrs. Brande came here in the summer of 1858, the church having been organized In the spring of that year. Ten- years later Rev. Brande came again and waa the settled pastor for ten years and a supply for two more. Mrs. Brande is now In her seventy-second year. A aup per and a literary and musical program marked thla anniversary and the pastor Rev. J. A. Burley will preach an appropri ate sermon on Sunday next. Choice Missouri wood In all lengths cut to suit. The Co. B. Coal and Ice Co. Phones 72. Saturday Grocery Specials. Waterloo Creamery company's creamery butter, lb., 28c; extra quality June peas, t cans 26c; large fancy prunea, 3 Iba. 25c; Diamond C soap, 10 bars, 29c; Iced ginger cakes. lb., 2c; sapolio, per bar, 7c; grape nuts, pkg., 10c; old Dutch cleanser, car, 10c; yeast foam, pkg., 3c; cucumbers, 6c; new tomatoes, 3 lbs., 26c; onions, T bunches, 10c; radishes, 3 bunches, 10c; spinach, peck, lc; lemons, doz., 20c; oranges, dos., 55 to 46c, etc; J. Zoller Mercantile company, 100-102-104-106 Broadway. 'Phone 320. Perry formal Anniversary. PERRY, la.. May J. (Bpeclal.) Tuesday evening of this week Perry Normal college celebrated Its fifteenth anniversary with an elaborate program. In addition to ad dresses by local speakers, there were appro priate speeches from R. F. Wood of Adel. Dr. Alfred Martin Haggard of Des Moines and Mr. John Horsley of Indianola. The college started with the organization of a small shorthand class fifteen years ago, and the Institution has grown so that hundreds of students are enrolled annually. The school has recently added considerable equipment and there la talk of a new build ing being erected for It. ' Saturday Meat Specials. We cut everything In fresh, smoked and salt meats, nothing loo good for our cus tomers. Rex hams, lb.. 12'jc; Rex bacon, lb., 12c; veal rousts, lb., 10c; chuck roast, lb., loc; corrwd beef, lb., 5c to 8c, etc. J. Zoller Mercantile company, 100-1O2-104-1O6 Broadway. 'Phone 320. A special fine collection of music rolls on hand at Bourlclus' Piano House, 333 Broad way, where the organ stand upon the building. Olive sale on today, only 15c per bottle. Battel . Miller. 'Phone 3T9. Whin you buy a piano at A. Hospe ft Co.'s you know that you get the best for the money paid on the market, protected by the guarantee of ths best reliable music horses, . cattle and house in the west. 29 Tearl, 28 South Main, Council Bluffs, la. t'pholstnng. George W. Klein, 19 Foul It Main street. Both 'phones. Have it dore right. See the new silver photo frames at Alex ander's, 333 Broadway. N. T. Dumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night, LS9S. NEGRO ATTACKS WHITE WOMAN Man Captured Several Hoars Later Is Ideatlaed by the Victim. ( From a Btaff Correspondent.) DES MOINES. May 2.-(Speclal.)-La-mont Frederick, a negro living at 1613 Ohio street, assaulted Mrs. W. H. Rlsser of 172 Arlington avenue last night at 11 o'clock and was not captured till 4 this morning, lie was taken with another negro to the Rlsser home, where Mrs. Rlsser identified him as the man. The police and detective force captured Frederick by a hurried search of the Immediate neighborhood bv a large force of officers. Frederick Is con- iinea in inc city jail, ine maximum pen alty for his crime Is twenty-five years In the penitentiary. The Rlsser family is an old and highly resDected familv of hn Moines and prominent in the city'a affairs. l. J. Meals, secretary of the Bryan Vol unteers of Iowa, lebves the first of newt week for the northern part of Iowa to con tinue tne organization of the Bryan Volun teer movement among the democrats of tho state. Mr. Meals will spend two weeks In nortnern lowa and In that time expects to finish the organization completely. William Ramsey of Alhls nnn n hrid n.i George Crosier of Albla lost one because the two men looked n mnh .vi.. i Miss Lora Craig could not tell them apart. BOC1' "T M ibs Craig danced with Ramsey, thinking it was Crosier. She was supposed to be engaged to Crosier at the time. Her friends Joked her about the mis take and then started a courtship fast and furloua In which Rainsev wa . .,... - " " ' 1 ' M ,11111 Crosier endeavored to retain his position o, ., Bueruons or the young woman. Ram soy won out and at tho wedding Crosier no me Dcst man. Jewel Gaa Stoves. These stoves must nni k.. j .... - -. - t, vj viruiuntru null the Detroit Jewel. Our Jewel stove is made 1n Chicago and i - .aa ...... tersen & Schoenlng Co. See it yourself; Its now on exhibition in our store and our window. Chl-Namel make things like new. P. c. DeVol Hard ware Co., o"l Broadway. AM. IRXTRAL, MK ARE OPT Strike of Boilermakers Makes Walk ont on Iowa Road Complete. MARSHA LLTO W N. Ia.. Mv ,s....i Telegram.) - Nineteen boiler makers and helpers In the Iowa Central shops struck mis morning treatise of the reduction In wages. The boilermakers' atriko makes the walkout In all departments of the shops complete. One hundred and sixty men are now out. The company Imported forty more strikebreakers from Chicago today. Special for a Frrr Das Only. .Signet hatpins, 75c and up; coin hatpins, 26c and up; belt pins, Jl and up. o. Mauthe 228 West Broadway. lovra IN e tvs Notes, CRESTON Frfl S. Chesbro. a former county surveyor of Taylor county, entered a plea of guilty to the charge of embezzle ment under which he was held at Bedford, and yesterday Judge Turner fined him lw and costs. CRESTON The hard freeze of Wednes day night practically destroyed the fruit prospects in this vicinity, as well as tender garden truck, so say those in authority, although fruit men am inclined to believe cherries not so badly injured as peaches, plums and apples. The thermometer regis tered 23 degrees. ' BIOCX CITY All members of the Wood bury County Board of Supervisors, except A. B. Erlckson, at the request of Judge D. B. Shorn z of Correction vllle, a tax fer ret, have signed a communication directed to the city council of Sioux City, In which they endorse Judge Shonta s demands that the stock of certain local corporations be assessed. A. B. ErlckHon, who refused to be a party to the action, Is a member of the board from Sioux City. SIOUX CITY-Th "Gift of tongues move ment," which at Its Inception a year ago attracted th attention of religious circles all over the state, has been abandoned. Harry H. Booker, who waa tho leader of the movement, died three months ago and since then his work haa been continued by Mrs. Booker. She haa now announced her retirement as the head of the Open Door mission, and John A. Mllea, who succeeds her, is not a disciple of the new cult. Tr.iNTtrT i ...... . . . " , wuin i j i ii i s were re ported here yesterday. The barn belonging In AnHr.w 1 1 ...... 1 ....... . . ""-"""". in-ar ttoreneck, caught fire from some unknown cause and n ,j .i V S. " r T""' "" u" contents. Besides the building there were four head of horses, six head of cattle, two brood sows. Some harness and machinery The lews will be about 11.500. covered by Insur ance. The coal shed and outbuildings on the George McGee farm In Turkey Grove, occupied by Thomas Smith, Jr., also burned to the ground. , FATHER SPOILS AN ELOPEMENT Kansas Officers Are Notified and the Wedding- Ceremony la topped. BRAVER CITY', Neb., May 2 (Special Telegram. )-Alma Zlme and Guv Wllherser eloped from Beaver City Friday. Miss Zlnie ia the daughter of u wealthy family living in tne country. She has been u Beaver City attending the high ' achoot. She ia reputed to be worth several thousand dollars In her own name, the same being a legacy. Tho elopers started for Norton, Kan., this morning In a carriaga, with tha purpose of being married. Tho father of Miss Zlme came to town, and finding his daughter had eloped. erJlsted the aid of the officers of the law to slop the contemplated proceedings. The shtrtff at Norton was notified by telephone and the couple was apprehended before reaching the town. Mr. pinie and the Furnas county sheriff were soon there. The young man was placed under arrest and the girl returned with her futhw. Sho Is but 16 years of age. The would be groom la of age. He Is a barber and his home Is at Anoka, Neb. He had visited relatives here frequently and had become acquainted with the girl. This morning the girl left the high school grounds about ( o'clock, giving as an excuse 'he unexpected appear ance of her father, which was the cause of tho miscarriage of the plans. Ulen.en Ussr, , ortn PUte NORTH PUATTE. Neb.. May S.-(Speclal Telegram. )The annual May ball given by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers occurred here tonight. The opera house was beautifully decorated for tho occasion with an electric light display containing me uiiiiais or me orocr. The grand march was led by Superintendent and Mrs. W. U Park of Omaha. One- hundred and sixty took part In the grand march. It Is esti mated SoO people were on the dancing floor and more than that many spectators. Dele gations from Cheyenne and other places wrre present for the occasion. It Is the city's leading social event of the year and lamed until the small hours of tl niht. Tno Yellow Peril. Jaundice mah-i la billousncHs, vanishes when Dr. King's New l.lfc Pills are tken. Guuranteed. Sc. For (ale by litalun Diu lit TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST Two Elders Will Be Ordained and In stalled at Tint Prebyterian. LOVELAJfD ON POPULAK THEMES First Methodist Pastor Mill Preaeh Series of Sermons on Great Aathora aa Preachers of Rlshteoasaess. Among the many Interesting subjects dis cussed by Evangelist Burton at the North Side Christian church tho theme 8unday night will be "Impressions at Oberammer gau." Rev. Mr. Burton, was present at the last passion play at Oberammergau and Is well qualified to handle this interesting subject. With Impressive services Jacob Hahn and William J. Sellner will be ordained and Installed aa elders of the First German Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Rev. Joseph J. Umpe, D. D., and Rev. Charles Hcrron, D. D., will be present to partici pate In the ordination. The pastor. Rev. Julius F. Bchwarz. will deliver the sermon, which will be In the Interests of missions, as the offerings of the day are to be de voted to that fund. The morning service will begin at 10:30 and the evening service at 7:45. At the First Methodist Episcopal church the pastor. Dr. Loveland. will preach a series of sermons from the theme "The Gospel In Literature, or Great Authors as Preachers of Righteousness," during the month of May at the evening service. His subject May S will be Browning's "Andrea Del-Sarto;" May 10, Homers "Ulysses;" M,ay 17, Vlclor Hugo's "Jean Val.Iean;" May 24. Dickens' "Sidney Carton;" May 31. Dawson's "John Gaunt. Preacher." Miss Winifred Spauldlng. a returned mis sionary from the Philippine Islands, will deliver an address on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in ths First Methodist church under the auspices of the Woman'a Foreign Missionary society. Music at the North Side Christian church: MORNING. Processional Holy, Holy, Holy Dykes Invocation . Response lord's Pra y er (Chanted and unaccompanied.) Anthem Keek Vn the Ixird Dr. J. V. Roberts Tenor obligate, Mr. James Knight and chorus. In the evening a large chorus will lead in the evangelistic, song service at :4o. The choir will sing Hlmmel's "Father, I Bend to Thee." Baritone solo, Mr. Wslter Cady with chorus. Mrs. H. J. KlrschsVein, organist and director. C. K. Oher of New York, senior field secretary of the International committee of the Young Men's Christian association, will speak at the Y'oung Men's Christian asso ciation at 3:30 Sunday afternoon. Mr. Oher Is spending ten days with State Secretary Bailey In visiting the Y'oung Men's Chris tian associations of Nebraska. The Elks quartet of Council Bluffs will furnish a half hour's program of mjslc. On account of the public Interest In play grounds Superintendent Davidson of the Omaha schools will give an address Sun day night at the First Congregational church on the "Mission of the Playground." This was the leading subject before the national convention of superintendents at Washington recently and Mr. Davidson re turned greatly Impressed with the Im portance of the subject and will give the results of his impressions and observa tion. This gathering will be at 8 o'clock under the auspices of the Men's club. y. W. C. A. Notes. About 200 women took advantage of the opportunity to hear the noon musical given In the assembly room Thursday under di rection of the Effa Ellis illustrated music school. The furnishing committee is meeting with chairmen of committees for the purpose of Derfecting plana for furnishing and equip ping the various departmenta of the new kssoclatlon home, which it is hoped to oc cupy early in the fall. Plans are being made to make the May gospel meetings especially Interesting. Mrs W H Russell will speak Sunday and MlhS Hopper will furnish the music. 1 he hour has been changed to 6 o'clock Instead of i 10 This is to meet a change in the hour of evening church services In the various churches; social hour with refreshments a" 6 o'clock. All women are invited to at tend and bring their friends. -The outdoor summer work under direction of the gymnasium department will beg n about the middle of May. The athletic field f located at the corner of Forty-ninth and California streets. Tennis courts are being nrepared and arrangements are being made tor outdoor basket ball, base ball and vol "y ball Thla department Is also planning for a large lawn fete soon. Miscellaneous Announcements. Dundee Presbyterian, Rev. H. Quicken den Pastor-Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p m Christian Endeavor at 7 p. in. I'nlty, Seventeenth and pass. Rev. New ton Mann Minister-Service at 10:46; ser mon: "More Abounding Life;" Bunday school at noon. Kountie Memorial mission. nmeiCTum c-aatellar. Rev. J- E. Hummon. Pastor -Sunday school at 3 p. m. a. t-ooK, superintendent. Second Presbyterian. Twenty-fourth and Nicholas-Rev. D. K. 1n-V-V preach at 10:30 a. m. and at 3 p. m. Chris tian Endeavor at 7 p in. Westminster Presbyterian, Mason and Twenity-Nlath The pastor. Rev. W. 8. Fulton D D.. will preach at 10:30 a. m. and 3 p. m. Sabbath school and Bible class at noon. tri-.t fhurch of Christ. Scientist, Twenty- m,i, .n4 Farnam Sunday school at :4i . . Monday services at 11 a. m. and 8 ' . '. .uhtect of lesson-sermon, "Everlast lng Punishment First Reformed, Twenty-Third and Cen tral Boulevard. Rev. F. 8. Zaugg, Paator gunday school at 9:30 a. in., preaching serv ices at it a. m. mm y Heavnr at 7 P. in- Church of the Covenant, Twenty-sevepth and PrBtt. Rev. R. T. Pell, Pastor-Serv-. o, nv-ta snd 8: Sabbalh school at noon; i,..rr Kmleavur at u. ni.; Christian VneVsvor at 7 D. m. wun.ee.ru Pavk Methodist Episcopal, Twenty-ninth and Woolwortli Avenue. Rev. R. Scott Hyde, Pastor Preaching at 10:30 a ni and S P. m. rMWt-iai iiiuij m uuui services. Lee G. Krati choirmaster. North Side Christian. Twenty-second and locust II. J. Kirschsteln, Minister Serv- i... .t in so and 7:46. Libia school at noon Christian Endeavor at 6:45. Evangelist Burtuu will speak both morning and even ing. Grace Lutheran. Twenty-sixth Between Poptileton and Woolworlh Avenue. Rev. M 8. Mellck, Pastor Services st 10:45 a. in. and I p. in. Sunday school at 12:16. Luther league at 7 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednes day night. People's Church. 5i North Eighteenth Morning subject. "What God Suys About the Wicked:" evening, "An Institution Most Destructive to tl- Children and the Growth of Omaha." Prof. Mertea haa chargo of the music. First Presbyterian. Dodge and Seven teenth. Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks. D. D., Pas torMorning service at 10:30. subject, "Tne Lamp of Sacrifice." Evening service at 7:Ju. Sunday school ut noon; Christian En deavor meeting at tl 15 p. ni. Caatellar Street Presbyterian. Sixteenth and Caatellar Rev. Mr. Houseman of Lin coln will preach at 10:30 a. in. and 3 p. in. Sunday school at noon. Miss Luella Allen and orchestra will lead In the singing. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. St. Marks English Lutheran. Twentieth and Burdette, L. Groh, Psstor Services Sunday, 10.45 a. m . "The Mighty Angels. Man's Gtiardiana;" I p. m., "Jesus, the Door to the Fold." Burday school at noon; young peoples' meeting at 7:15 p. m. Grace Baptist. Tenth and Arbor, H. y, Fellman, I'astor Sermon. "Conditions of Spiritual Existence After Death," at 10:5; young people's meeting, led by P. J. Rush, lau, at 7 p. ni ; gospel service at 7:45 p. m. Sunday school No. 1, Tenth and Aroor, at nojn. Sunday sclioul No. 2, T went) -fuurlu and Cedsr. at 1.30 r. n. SunHsv school No 3, Thirteenth and William, at 3:S0 p. m. Trinity Cathedral. Capitol Avenue sn Eighteenth, the Verv Rev. George A. Beecher. Dean Holv communion st s a. in., Sunday school and Bible class st 9 15 a. m., holy communion and sermon st 11 a. in., evening prayer and sermon at o'clock. Hillside Congregations!, Thirtieth snd Ohio. Rev. Herbert U Mills. Pastor Preaching at 10:30 nd R p. m.: at the morn ing service there wl'l be reception of mem bers, followed by the lord's supper; Sunday school at noon; Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Cnlon Gospel Mission, 112 South Four teenthAt 3 p. m. Bible study a.nd young ronveits' meeting. At s:1 meeting for young people. At 7:45 Charles V. Robel. superintendent of the mission, will speak. An evsngelistlc meeting every night during the week. Knox rresbyterlan. Nineteenth and Ohio, M. V. Hlgbee, Pastor Morning worship at 10:30. theme. "A Feast for Jesus;" Sabbath school at noon. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3, Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 7: evening gospel service at 8, theme, "A Whole Hand.'' First Congregational, Nineteenth and Davenport, Frederick T. ; Rouse, Pastor Morning subject at 10.30. "Ideals for Middle Aged People." In the evening at 8 o'clock Superintendent W. M. Davidson of the Omaha public schools will speak on, "The Mission of the Playground." Kountse Memorial Lutheran, Twenty sixth and Farnam. Rev. John E. Il"""1,on' Pastor Subject at lu:30 a in.. "Our Re sponsibility:" at 8 p. ni "The New Life." Christian Endeavor st 7 p. in. Sinilny school at noon. O. P. Goodman, superin tendent. Classes for sll ages. Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel MiGlffln, D. D., Minister Morning worship nt 10:30. subject of sermon by pastor, "Witnesses lor Christ;" Sabbath school at noon. ChrDtlan Endeavor at 7 p. m.; evening service at 8 o'clock, subject, "Lest We Forget." First German Free Evangelical, Twelflii and Dorcas Services at 10:;n a. in. and 7. i.0 p. m., with addresses by Rev. F. H. VS. Bruechert, pastor; Bible school and chil dren's rallv at 2:30 p. m.; celebrating school founding anniversary; Bible study snd prayer service Wednesday at 8 p. in. Trinity Methodist Episcopal. Twenty-first and Blnnev, E. T. George,. Pastor-Sunday school at :30 a. ni.; preaching service al 10:46 a. m.. sermon by Rev. A. L. Miikcl; Epworth league al 7 p. m.; preaching serv ice at 8 p. nr. sermon by Rev. S. D. Bartle; prayer meetirjg Wednesday evening at t. Clifton Hill Presbyterian. Forty-fifth and Grant, P.. L. I'urdy, Pastor-Sci vices at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. ni. The pastor will preach both morning and evening. Them -s: Morning, "Remember the Sabbath Day; evening. "Walking with God." Sunday school at noon. Christian Endeavor at i p. m. ' Third Presbyterian, Twentieth and Leav en worth Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Joseph B. Cherry, Ph. D. Subject, 10:45 a. , m., -"The Second Temptation oi . nrmi, subject. 8 p. m., "Wells of Salvation." Sun day school at 9:30 a. in.; Junior Christian Endeavor at 3 p. m.; Senior Christian En deavor at 7 p. m. Immanuel Baptist, Twenty-Fourth and Blnney, Philetns H. McDowell, Pastor -10:30 a. m.. subject, "To Whom Jomis Man ifested Himself." The Lord's supper will be observed. Subject at 8 p. m., "Paying the Fare." Bible school at noon, Baptist Young People's union at 7 p. m., prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 8. Central T'nlted Presbyterian, Twenty- Fourth and Dodge, R. B. A. McBrlde, D. D.. Pastor Morning worship at 10:30. ser mon by the pastor. "Lessons from the Life of Moses;" evening worship at 8, sermon by tho pastor. "Two Estimates of the Sam Character;" Sabbath school at noon; young people's meeting and teachers' meeting at 7. p. m. St. Mary's Avenue Congregational. St. Mary's Avenue and Twenty-Seventh Morning worship at 10:30 o clock, annivers ary sermon by the pastor. Rev. L. O. Balrd, subject, "Enjojlng the Labors of Others." Sunday school at noon, choral .vespers at 4:30 p. m.. subject. "Home Religion;' Young Peoples Society of Christian En deavor at 6 p. m. Saratoga and Parkvale Congregational. J. B. Iosev, Pastor Parkvale Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Edward Wilbur, superintendent: preaching bv pastor af 11 end Christian Endeavor at 12 m.; Saratoga Sunday school at 11 a. m.: preaching st 8 p. m.: topic, "The Cse of Music In Worship;" Mrs. J. M. Plnkertnn will render instrumental and vocal selections at the evening service. First Methodist Episcopal. Twentieth and Davenport, Rev. Frank L. Loveland, Pastor Preaching st 10:3o a. in. and 8 p. m. by tho pastor. .Morning tneme, -noma "ay aide Pools." At night will be the first of the series of sermon on. "The Gospel In Literature." being Brownings "Andrea Del Sarto." Al 3 oelock In the afternoon Mifcs Winifred Snauldlng. a returned missionary from tha Philippine islands, will speak. First BaDtlst. Twenty-ninth Avenue and Harney, Rev. J. W. Conley, D. D.. Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morn ing. "Union Between Haptlsts and Dis ciples;" evening, "The Gospel In Symbol, or the Meaning ot napnsm. nunnay scuooi at noon, young people s meeting at t p. m. Bethany Branch First Baptist. 38H3 Leaven worth Sunday school at 3 p. m., gospel meeting Thursday at 8 p. in., industrial school Saturday at 3 p. ni. Calvary Baptist, Twenty-fifth and Ham ilton, Rev. K. R. Curry, Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.. The Lord's sup per will be observed at morning service and hand of fellowship given new members; evening subject. "The Man Who WanUd to Get Rich Quick;" believes baptism at close of sermon; Bible school 12 :n.; younj people's meeting at 7 p. m.; Wednesday, 8 p. in., midweek devotional service. Calvary m., midweek devotional service. Calvary' Baptist Branch, Thirty-fourth and Reward, Sunday, 3:30 p. m.; Bible school; 7:30 p. m., gospel service; Friday, 8 p. m., devotional service. WOMEN'S CLUBS iM THE SIXTH Large Attendance and Interesting Protrssi at the Convention la Sidney. SIDNEY'. Neb., May 2. (Special Tele gram.) The first annual session of tho Western Sixth District Federation of Women's cluba opened here Friday under most favorable auspices with a very large attendance of delegatea from all over the Big Sixth. Mrs. Max Hostetler, dis trict vice president, opened the proceed ings In a neat speech. She was followed by Mrs. Lincoln G. Simon, president ot the Belle Stroughtonborough club, whose charming address won the plaudits of tho crowd. James L. Mcintosh on behalf of the citixena extended tha keys of tho mu nicipality and bid the women thrice wel come. Mrs. Mark Shanogle of Bridge port responded In behalf of the federa tion. The afternoon was spent In receiving reports of the work of the organization, Interspersed with vocal and Instrumental selections. Tonight the auditorium of the Methodist Episcopal church was packed and the pro gram was listened to with much Interest. The first number waa the dub song, ren dered by the Alliance quartet. J. 11. Kleeshie gave a fine reading, followed by Miss Clara Belle Oberfclder, who ren dered one of her charming solos. Mrs. H. L. Keefe of Walthlll, state president, spoke for half an hour upon the social and educational features of the clubs and many bright thoughts were brought out. The local club' vocal quartet and vocal duet by Mra. Morris and Miss ilictt cloacd the evening's entertainment. Tomorrow promises an active and buy session and many subjects of Interest will be discussed. There are about 100 dele gatea registered and the city has ex tended its best spirit of hospitality. The weather is Ideal. WlO TEDDY BEAR FOR MAYOR JIM Brain Refnses lo Com Into Camp for tha Psrpoi of klauHhter. SHERIDAN. Wyp.. May 2. (Special Tele gramsMayor James Dahlman arjd parly, who have been In the hills hunting bear for the lact ten days, returned to Hherldan this evening and will leave for Omaha In the morning. Although bruin ia numerous In the country visited, the" hunters returned without a slrle pelt. The camp cook as serts the reason the Omaha hunters failed to bag any game was because the beur absolutely refused to come into camp and be killxd Py using the various departments of The Bee Want Ad Pages you get quick returns al a small expeusa. Wo Have Always FMe Good OAS R1KOIII Everything xhout Gar and tlivs Ranges Is first-class, the best that money can buy. Do not In any km- u flu. flu, lire until vmi llttTP examined the Garland, our 5125 m-li'ii ah1i or t-rcilit olfc.iw mm V W OUR TERMS SUIT THE PEOPLE -rrrrr- t. f 'tl P rnr FREE A $10.00 Mortis Cnuir with every purchase of VSO.OO or more. ft XBOBT BEDS Ton cannot equal these Iron Beds anywhere else at our rrlce, exactly llki cut and come In all colon. of enamel. Cash or Credit $4.95 GO-CART Thl- (Jo-Cart I Is the collapsi ble g o - c a r 1 1 where the nat ural sitting and reclining posi tions obtained In full sized go- c a r ts and i-a r r lages, up from $1.98 n am asna Bk i n SOME OF THE.SUMMER STUFFS Dotted Swisses and Fine I.lnens Will Have Great Vogue This Year. Some smart colored effects are achieved in the dotted Swisses, end particularly pretty frocks of this material have been seen In medium dark shades, thickly sprin kled with very fine dots of self color, white PLAIN AND STRU'KD rULh. or black. Inset with cluny insertion match ing the dut and worn over flips of self color or white. The straw colorings, pon tee shades and other light yellow or brown tones are especially popular in all of the thin' cotton stuffs and are uKvays cod looking In combination and white. A straw color swlas d.dud at rather wide intervals with water dots of white, trinu'nej In cluny, and relieved by a knut or scarf girdle of black liberty and a tiny cravat bow of the Fame bluik, was one of the at tractive frocks turned out by a fashionable uptown dressmaker recently. Another de llclouhly cool biok'.ng summer frock seen In the same establishment was a very sheer silKy tissue, which seemed to be uie of the more cxptnsivc mercerised cnttuns though the dressmaker ulhidcd to li a a Silk batiste. It was a cream striped in flee lines of lettuce and was made over white. Very nanow hems of plain lettuce green in silky tUsiie similar lo tha dress material In texture Ordered all the edges, and the bodice was almost wholly uf an rximitely tptt Tho Inilloa i'o rvrr wnK'hfiil for Mori inn value. Xrvrr Iimvp wo linpiinletl, nrvor Imve we mlreproentol. Our "als" tell the truth, we hitve the ttinfltlenee uf I lie people. ItrliiK thl "ml" with ytui. Anythfid line will lw rlir-el'fiilly sold nl H It e In (liciiletl on payments or for h. A SOI AKK I'KAL IS Ot U .MOTTO. UsUEFtVL TJEKiVIS -it. n 9 la: Iffci;! 1 i-" CKI1TA CLOSET This t Inn Closet is of ho bended end design and set with double . strength glass. Shelves are groved for stand ing I'bites. m r pries without mirror $13.50 4- SIDEBOARD This beautiful solid oak Sldeluiard Is fitted with u largo French bevel plat. mirror, lined drawer for silverware and large linen drawer. tCI O QO KxccptlnnHl value COUCH Tills Couch offer outdoes prev ious effort. Consider the price and bear In mind It Is a niH-Kle couch main with n Kolid null frame upholstered In chase leHther and stt el Ci11 OR construction P "WW r"wsi i III l 1 1 n I II I ilB r f lite openwork embroidery on white ba tlnte, combined with Valenciennes, the, striped niaterlul being used only us a sort of scurf drapery, bordered' by tho narrow' green hems and ornamcnt'ed on Its ends by inset motifs of open work embroidery and lace. The scarf ran from the short waistline to the shoulders In the back, forming a V, was draped low on tho shoulders and then brought down each side of the front, to pass under the empire girdle and fall In two long scarf ends almost to the bottom of the skirt on each side of tho front. A summer food, Johnson's ljranu Biscuit, made of bran and wheat. At the big stores. NEBRASKANS SEE LOS ANGELES Governor and Parly Cilven an Auto mobile Hide, Followed by II replion at Night. LOS ANGKl.t'S, Cal.. May 2-(5peclaI Telegram.) The Nebraskans wero up and doing nM tonn an the sun rose this morn ing. Governor nnd Mm. Sheldon, who stopped at the Col ton to upend the night with old friends from Nebraska, came In hy automobile early, and all were ready when a lino of automobiles drew up in f I out of tho AiiKehis hotel to take, tho patty on a ridj through the city and suburban towns nn a slfcht-scclng trip a. guests of the Chamber of Commerce. There were 1J5 ill tho party. Including fifty women and children, and the auto mobile procession contained twenty-two touring cars. Pusiideim.. Hollywood nn.t tho other beautiful cities and villages nearby, us well as the various sections of Los Angeles, were in t lie Itinerary. Home of the Neluaska politicians In the purty started talking politics as soon as they readied the lobby of the hotel before breakfast this morning. The prln dpal topic wax the booming of Governor Sheldon for second place on the national ticket lth Secretary Taft. The Ne hraskans lake to polities as a duck doon to water and tlnir arguments woa favor dire, tly. This evenlns. after a ret from the auto, molilie ride, the xlsltora v, ere entertained at a reieptlou by the. Chamber of Coin n.eiic. president W. D. Stevens and Sec retary Prank WltKins received them and mad., addresses of welcome. Governor Sheldon responded In behalf of tho purty Many society vnplu of Lo.s Angeles an K nrai ticullv 1:11 tile reiiresentatlej. h,,.jL ncm men of the city ulter.ded the recep tion. The proniaiii lor ilio real of tha !it Is uk lollov.s: Saturday, plciilu of Niluaska uraleiy at Long Reach; buu da, l-:itl"g filend: Monday. Uahlng trip t' Catblin.i liuid; Tuesday, da paitu:e lor .San 1 ran Wcu. Must Wonderful Healing. After luffering many Vf-i rs Willi a so I Amos King. Port Hyron, N. V.. was ci'rVi by liuckleii'a Arnica fialvp. 2'ic. j."or a:e by Beaton Di in? Co. I'se IJce want ads to boost your business.