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THE OMAHA ST'XDAV BKE: MAY 10. 1000.
TOPICS OF TflE DAY OF REST Bet. Alex Henry, D. D., of Phila ' delphit ia Omiha Sunday.' JUDGE ESTELLE AT THE Y. M. C. A. plrtt.af laloa Is Strongly In 1I t Anoig the'taarehes el ' - Omaha aad Federatloa ; la at Work. quartet la under. the direction of P"r.nk J. - Reaier. Mlecellaaeaae Airfati. 'Osk Street Mission Funday School, 1009 South Twentieth, I p. m., follows by preaching service by Rev. Henderson. People's Church. Charlie W. Savldge, Pastor Morning subject. "Blind Leading the Blind," evening, 'Sutclde. Ita eauae and Cure." - Rethany Branrh. rirst Baptist, . l I.eavnworth Sunday school at p. m.; gospel meeting, conducted By the pastor, Friday at K p. m. First Chrlstlsn. Twenty-sixth and Harney, t. M. Kersey, petor Services at 10 a. m. and i p. m. Bible school at noon. Toting People's meeting at 1. jJ Force'ln-IJfe." Sunday achool at ll'chrla tinn Kndeavor at . Evening worship at S, theme, '-The 3ala of Knduring Character." Special mulc at each eervlce. Orace Lutheran, l?2g South Twenty-sixth, Rev.. M. L. Meilek. Psstor Bervlcea at 10-.l and . Sunday school - at U:l. Luther league at 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday night- . . . Z : . " 'First I'nlted rreebyterlan.' Tw'enty-first and ftmrnet. ReV. l. R. Turnhull, Pastor ri vices 10: a. m. and I p. m. Rlble School, 12 m .Meeting of young people, J p. m.- First Church of Christ. Scientist, Twenty fifth and Farnam Sunday tchool at 9:45 a, nn.: Service at 11 a. m. and p. m., subject of lesson sermon, "Mortals and Im mortals." "Second Church of Christ. Sclent'at; ' Nine teenth and Farnam. I.yrlc TheaterSun day school at :45 a.' m.; service at 11 a. nr, subject of lesson sermon, "Mortals and Immortals. " -, . Church of Jesus Christ of letter Day Saints, Twenty-seventh snd Leavenworth, WHllam : Redd, Presiding ' Elder Sunday school at 10 a. m. Evening service gt-i All are welcome. First T'nttarlan,' Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. Newton M. Mann, Minister Sunday morning at 10:45 Prof. Lawrence Fossler of the University of Nebraska . will de liver the address. ; J St. Mark's English Lutheran, Twentle'h and Burdette. L. Oroh, Pastor At 10:45, "Prayers Hindered.". At . 'Things Move, Ood Rules, Great Joy." Sunday school at noon. Toung People at 7:15. . Central United Presbyterian. Twenty fourth and Dodge. R. B. A. McBrlde, D. D Minister Morning worship at 10:J". Kven Ing worship at g:00. Subject of evening ser mon. The Christian's Inheritance." First : -Presbyterian. Seventeenth and Dodge. Public worship 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Dr. Lowne will- preach In tne morn ing. In the evening a tine stereoptlcon lecture will be given on the ."People of North Slam." St.. Paul's German Lutheran, .Twenty eighth and- Parker, E.' T. Otto. Pastor Confirmation service at 10 o'clock. Even ing sen-Ice nt 7:46. Services In English on the first and fourth Sundays of. the month at 7:45 p m. First Reformed. Twenty-third and Cen tral Boulevard, Rev. F. S. Zaugg, Pastor Sunday school at 9:90 a. m. Preaching Service, at 11:00 a. , m. and 8.00 p. m. Chris tian Kndeavor at 7:00 p. m. Special sermon to- children In the -morning. McCabe Methodist, Farnam -and Fortieth, J. Narver Gortner, Pastor Preaching1' at 11 a. m.' and S p. m. Morning, "The Yoke- of Christ. Hvenlng, "The Reason Many Are Not. Saved. 'V Sunday school at iO a. m. Epworth League at i p. ra. , Trinity Methodist, Twenty-first and Bln ney,' Dr. John A. Spyker, Pastor Public worship at 10:90 and S. Sabbath school at noon. Junior league at 8. Senior league at 7. Midweek prayer -meeting at. 8 Wednes day.. The pastor will preach both morning and evening. t Church of the Covenant, Twenty-seventh and Pratt, .Rev R. T. Bell, Pastor Serv Icea at 10:90 and 8. Morning theme, "Thou Gavest Me No Kiss;" evening theme, "L'n reenlvedneta."' Sabbath school at noon. Junior' Endeavor at 8:). Young People's society at 7, , . . -.- C-hurch of the 'Good Shepherd, Twentieth ana -Ohio. g a. m.e celebration of the holy communion. U o'clock, morning service and sermon, 8 o'clock, evening service and sermon. The Rev. Wm. Tyner of St., An diew . church will officiate. No service Wednesday evening.. North- lde:Ch!ltlan.' Twenty-second iand Ixjcurt, H. J, Klrschstein, Minister Morn ing worship -at , 10:). "The Personal Ele ment n Soul Winning." Bible school at 11. Chrlstlaji- Endeavor at :6 p. m. Evening service at 7:4 o'clock, subject, "Man's De pravity and Dignity." - F'.rat Baptlat. Twenty-ninth and Harney, Rev.-. J. W. Conley. D. D.. Pnator Services st,10:M) a. m. and 8 p. m.: morning ser mon, "The ' Essential Thing In Religion;" evening top'c, "Suppose the Bible Is Not Tree;'' Sunday school at noon; young peo ple's meeting at T p. m. - , Firat I'nlted Brethren. Nineteenth and Lothrp, M. O. McLaughlin, Pastor Sun day school at 10. Preaching at 11 and M. Morning theme. "Minute Men;" evening theme, "How to Become Ktronr." Class meeting . at it noon. Workers meeting Wednesday ' evening st 8. Lowe Avenue Prebyterlnn, Fortieth and Nicholas. Nathaniel McGlffin. Mlnlrter Morning worship at 10:80. It Is expected that Or. McKean of 81am will speak. At the evening service Dr. Alexander Henry of Philadelphia will lso be heard. Men's Bible clsss at 12 o'clock. ' Clifton Hill Prebyterlari, Tlvmas : B. Greenlee. Minister Ptibllc worship at 10:) a. m. and 8 p. m. Bible school at. noon. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3:30. .Seniors at 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8. Bible class with Mr. Schmidt, Erskinc Judge Lea Estelle will . apeak at th. I ,trt' TUMrt"v evening at 8 o'clock. Touns Men's rhri.ii.. ..., First i-nitea Kvangencai. mnK ti, near ir"n'.,r,UtUn M,"n at 4 Twenty-fourth: Rev..Q. A.. Deck, Pastor, o clock Sunday afternoon upon "Real Jua- -Sunday school. 10:00 a. m.: Holiness meet tice to the Boys of Omaha,' relating his I ' p' l-'hrl"tin Endeavor. 7 p. m. experiences In Juvenile court and alvlna i or?h,n ' m: i "nd ' P- m- Com- hl. ertvii. i M.l ,Uln munion at the morning service. Sermons i0 trraiment ot At the First Methodist church at Twen tieth Vnd Davenport oh Sunday evening at TilS," Dr. Frank L. Loveland will deliver the last of the special series of sermons on "Spiritual Messsges from Poet and Prose 'Writers." -The subject Is ."Sidney Lanier, tha Southern Passion Flower."- The choir of forty pieces, under the direction of Mr. Kelly, will give ipet lnl muMc. It la de sired that the auiience will be In l:s seals by-7:45, avoiding. confusion after the aerv Ica' beglna. Tlia special music at the North Pie Chris tian ehurch Sunday will be as follows: Morning Alto solo ,bv Mrs. T. F.' Wiles. Evening Jackson's "Te Deum Laudamus" by chorus 'choir. Mrs. H. J. Klrschiteln, organist and choir waf tar. At St Mark' Lutheran, Twentieth and Burdetta, the following special music will bs given Sunday: MORNING. "Ood la Lova" .......Harry Rows Shelley Lkdles' Chorus. EVENING.. "Seek Te the Lord' Dr. J. V. Roberts Tenar Soloist,- Mr. Douglas Melcher, ... and Chor jb. . The following music' will be given at the First Christian, Twenty-sixth and Hsrney: . MORNING. . , . Response Hear uur Prayer! Prothero Anthem Praise Ye the rather...... Gounod , EVENING. Anthem Praise the. Lord- 0- Jerusalem '. Maunder With Solo by Mrs. 'R. Z. Wstson. Tenof Solo One Sweetly Solemn Thought Ambrose i . Mr. R. 8. Cutler. . Mrs. Louise Bhadduck-Zabrlskle. organ ist; Walter Graham, musical director. . Rev, P. L. Loveland, D. D., will speak at the Young Women's Christian associa tion meeting, Sunday, May 18, at 4:30 o'clock., The special musical numbers will be a aolo by Miss Hssel Loveland and a duet by Dr. and Miaa Loveland. Followlhg the meeting will be a aoclal hour at 5:30 o'clock. Ad Invitation -4 extended to all woman of the city. t - The. Omaha Ministerial union will hold a regular meeting Monday morning at 10:30 at the assembly room of the Young Wom en's Christian association. The program: 10:80, buatnets, 11, address,' "The Sunday achool and Religious Education," Rev. Alex. Henry, 0. U. -mrniwr of the execu tive committee of the Interdenominational Sunday School association and - secretary of Presbyterian Sunday school work. Rev. Alexander Henry, D. D.,- of -Philadelphia will pass through Omaha on hta way to the Presbyterian general assembly, which meets at Denver on Thursday, May 90. Ha will apend Sunday and Monday in Omaha and will address the Presbyterian ministry, churches ;.and 'Sunday schools according to .the , following program :j Sun day morning at 9:90, the Sunday achool and at.H the congregation of the First TTesby terlan church, Souvfi Omaha. -At IS. the Sabbath achool of ther ' Caatellar Street Presbyterian church.-At. 8 p. m. ha - will address the' Third church, at 4:90 th cftn gregatlon of the Westminster .church and t 8 the Walnut Hill Presbyterian church. On Monday at the Young Men a Christian association he m ill meet the ( Presbyterian ministers at an Informal after-lunch con ' ferenoa at 12 o'clock. Tha spirit of union (a strongly In evi dence among the churchea of 'Omaha. The banquet and business meeting held at tne First Congregational church this week was a notable event along the line of this ec clesiastical co-operation. The occasion brought together , representatives of forty of the. leading churchea of the city. , The official title given this latest and greatest rellgioua movement la "The Omaha Church Federation." When" auch a united force la wielded for moral and spiritual uplift re sulta of no Inconsiderable consequence may be expected. MAKING P ? A TXT TP KJ TTn Cs FOR' SALARIED. PEOFi tha boy who goes wrong. preached by Rev. tngs. Neb. S. B. DUiow of Hast- H The Life Problem clab, which mreta at ' Bt- Marj-'s- Avenue Congregatlonaf,"- St 8 o'clock In the library-room, will b In discussion by Dr. W. o. Henry upon ine suojoci oi - Bex and Religion. Mary'a Avenue nnd Twenty-seventh. ' Rev. Lucius O. Baird, Pustor Morning worship at 10:5O o'clock, sermon by the pastor. Sub ject, "Relaxation and Renewal." Sunday There will be no meeting nf the , t... I school at 12 m. Junior Endeavor and naa In boy psychology Mondsv .v. . Tk. i tor'' :fu" at 4:90 o;dock; Y. P. S..C. E. following! Monday evening, May 14, Mr. Dentaon will discuss "The Home and Its Important Part in the Moral and Religious Training of the Boy." at 1:46 p. m Pearl Memorial . E., Twenty-fourth and Lsrlmore. 'Pnomss C. Hlnkle, Pastor. The pastor will preach at 10:46 a. m. on "The Application of the Good Ssniarltsn Lesson to Modern Problemsv" Evening theme, "The Glory of Doing One's Best." Sunday school at noon. Clifford P. Daniels, choirmaater North Presbyterian. 19th and Ohio. M. v. Hlgbee, Pastor.-Public worsh'p at 100 a. m. and 8:00 p. ni. Themea. "The TCighth Wonder" and "The Light of the World." Sunday school at 18 m. C. E. at 7:00. Rev. Mr. Salisbury of Plattsmouth, state presi dent of C. E., will give an address at the Wednesday evening meeting. Reorganised Church of Jesus Christ of Itter Dsy Balnta, 1818 North T wenty-f lrat, J. M. "Psker. Pastor Sunday school at 10 a m. Preaching at 11:15 and 8. Young Teople a meeting at 8:90. .Mo-ning ambject, "Future Prospecta." Evening sermon by Hale W. Smith, grandson of Joseph Smith, the martyr. Subject, "Present Revelr.tlo;i." Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal, , Twenty-ninth and Woolworth, R. Scott Hyde. Pastor Preachint by the pastor at 10:90. Theme. "The Lords Prsyer." At 8 Mrs. -Emma -Byera. general secretary of the gi national church will give . ,eered can- hm." Sveclal music at both aen lcea. Sun tala, "The Ancient of Daa." by c; Whit- day achool at IS o'clock. Bert Wilcox, au ney Coombs, at the time of tha usual 1 Trlntendent. morning service Sunday. This work Is bv Seventh Day Adventist, North Twenty a i.nrirrf enmnn.e .r, ..,4i fifth, between ' Cuming snd Indisna fc standard compoaer and contalna many Preaching Sunday at :( p. m. l.y Mra dcbuiwui c. iv. nti received -r.lghly favorable notices by eastern critics and has -never been given In Omaha. Tha 1 Music at Kountse Memorial church Sun cay, will be as follows: MORNINO. Prelude In A Batista JWottsslonsl-A Mighty Stronghold Is Uur God u h-r Solo-lm a Pllrlm JohnsVoi R- J. Spoerrl. Quartet-The King xt Love My Shen. herd Is Sh.iUv Recess onal-Love Divine .'.'."' z jndel PostludeProcesslonsl March tiuliand EVENING. " Prelude Cantlllne Nuptlsle DuRn a Processional-Hark. Hark. My Soul. Anthenvlcome"i'nVo 'Him.'aeJnod-ShHVy Quartet-Jeaus. Lover of My Sul... Park. Miss Grace Shsffer and Male Quartet. Ppetlude In F Toooeien E. A. Van Fleet, director; Cnarfea Colk, jr., organist. . The quartet of St. Mary's Avenue Con- . It's a mistake to try to get along without things you really need in'4 your home you don't have to there isn't the slightest necessity for it. We're encouraging people to live better and we're making it possible for them to do so. Thousands of ambitious families ' in Omaha are made happier and enabled to enjoy life more abundantly because of our helpful credit service. It lifts the burden solves the furniture problem does it most satisfactorily, tod. It provides the means by which any salaried person can acquire a cheerful home an artistic and comfortable home, and that's one of the greatest blessings a man can have on this earth. It is a simple open account plan you buy what you want and pay as you can. No interest no extras no hardships no annoying features whatever. It's thoroughly pleasant, exceedingly generous and wonderfully helpful. And you are welcome to this credit service won't you let it help you have your home furnished better than you have .ever had it furnished before ? Catalog Free To Out of-Town People "Let Hartman Feather Your Nest" Catalog Free To Ouf-of-Towrv People OACgXg - Fttsrsua's Eeaca Ti eatiess tram their bidiat iscet rascbet, w Mm bats aa4 Veelles. Tass est it aad aie. Erea . if tkejr walk .ear it. it kills theai. HBO KKS I rrtanasa's IMissTsty. lastaat ly aaaihiiatas bs4 buxa. First clsas ktals. ' taambeat CMBaoalea, st. alwsya as. it , sura prawsativa. BATfi Patanaaa's Kat-SMass rasd U as abaesloos to rata that they lea, the premises aad 4 as return. NeoHeeweaeus raU daa't die. K. fear sf dead rats lataewsll. ANTS AND FLZASi retaraua'a Aat Feed glees iBuaediats raliet Ketbiag else se sera. Staadard far tt years, bears It's rterssa a WILLIAM rtnikAK INC. KKW TOUL da B'.r.ng. Subject, "Christ aa Priest snd King.' Prayer meeting Wednesday at S:"0 r. m. .Young People's meeting Frldsy at :4i p. m. Services -very Ssbbath (Satur day i. Sabbath srho-1 at 10:10 a. m. Preach ing at 11:00 a. m. All seats free. First Congregational. Nineteenth and Iaenport. Frederick T. Rouse. Pastor Morning worship at 10:80; subject "The Folly of the Wise snd the Wisdom of tne Foolish." Vesper service, addres bv Joiin, Baptists of Turkey on "Personal Experi ences In the Turkish Empire." Young Peoples Society of Christian Kndeavor at S:4S No other evening service. . Trinity Cathedral. Capitol and Eighteenth, The Very Rev. Goorge A. Beecher, Dean Holy communion at, -.- m. Sundav school and Bible class at a. m. Morning prayer and addre.a h- Mr. Haberstrsw. western traveling aecretary for the Brother hood of St. Andrew, at II . m. Evening prayer and sermon by the Rev.-John Jones, of St. Paul's church. . Council Bluffs, la., st s p. m. Or see Bspthrt, Tenth and Arbor, B. T. Fellman, Pastor. 1:6 Wm. ' Ashmore, the Veteran Chinese missionary. . t:00. p. ra . mission study e'ass. conducted by Mr. H. D. Rhoades. 7 ti p. m , gospel service with stereoptlcon. Subject. "The KojrtU I Word From the does." Sunday achool No. I. Tenth and Arbor streets. 12:00 m. Sjn dsy school No. 1 Fourth and Cedar streets, 1 as p..m. I'nton Gospel Mission, 1121 Douglas Sunday morning at Mr. 1.. D. Holmes will spealc at the gospel meeting. At 1 p. an. ' Mr. P. J. Girardet will conduct ire bible study. At I the regular gospel J lar2octn I $,5f 1 0S I kTckeks ' . iH ' ROCKER g B vrv .,,,. )n dmn up. r HTTKN Made with full roll arm and back, holstered throughout in kuutrh- y s V wide, spacious seat,, roomy and . -fj, teed Nantucket leather, sent . a 1 : TtPPCCPTJC! comfortable - Never before have AS. h?8 ,UJL e't of "teel "P1"1"''' . Ua,iaSiti,Q you been offered a I Ass , ei-X Jdge of back and front of seat muwn-Ktrvn O u . , ' value equal to .1 Ult y-V foi'W handsomely ruf- f ff . CHIFFONIEHS These dreesers wrr ,.f expert thu. Special. laOJ stS2V ITL VV fled Large carv- LZ IU . . workmanship and finish, made for... if W llffl . INk . l'lh,P".'? !!ndt,"T?a' WilU In handsome golden . oak finish, of of American osk, The top . ssaasaaaaaaaaa t II fe&J f 3 l nu2J2mLmmmm new . and , Very . handsome design. V'OOB ''StS.'' 12 "I W th Everything Just as I SET ',7 fi . I Decorated -nel Iron Beds i 0x12 BRUSSELS RUGS . B , H 9x12 WILTON VFT VPT PTipcj These are rugs of exceottonal quality priced at an amaringly i Made Of heaVV tubing With there broad Steel I txjw V i-i A low figure. They are made of best all worsted material". i i haail ami fnnt . D ' f 1 7n "eave and most durable quality. Has high pile nnd made without miter seams and thor- III f ! P"clS ttt mm iWl M are of the season's newest patterns. J'hcy are lows - XX ' J lU.ub 1 adorned with handsome r J ra I SrSd-nn "yoS Tqu''v'alr.e'a 'jO 7R beautiful. Special this week ; j floral deCOl'attOUS. Any j 1)1 lf tfbM.VTh" lOilU W aSfc&fyr&l vCTrvv ' B color of :enarael desired, t jL I ..-g 1 - ? ' Wmim lri i an v. width. An exceed- Xr tf)n II I 'Mi raw! Iffil Iftiiiiiill m&mk wn Cat? . SrtX,JD OAK BOOK CASES Of superior construction and finish, oval bent glass in hook t-ase door, beautiful carved or namentations and large French beeln minor. Specially priced this week, at CHINA CLOSETS Hr)?n r rrnrn 11.28 Mado of solid golden oak, beautifully polished, of the handsome bent end design, has larae French neei mn rr in top. extra well made through out. Sale price SOLID OAK DAVENPORT SOFA BEDS in urn i i in 14.69 Positively the best davenport sofa bed In Omaha for the money. The frame is made of solid oak and la beauti fully carved. Seat and hack are set with best oil tenip- ''i eiefi springs inn neepiy Turien. I lie eoge or Dotn seat and hack Is handsome ly ruffled. ' The ualiolsterlng throughout In guaranteed Nantucket leather. Special. FOLDING GO-CART The )!l,loyd go- wlth i nrm on leuip- 22.95 one-motion all-steel cart 'folda un very compactly one motion. Ktrong and durable yet very light. Haa runner tires and leatherette hood In black or colors. Special this wek 8.75 REFRIGERATORS Absolutely the best frlgerator for the nionoy to be found anywhere. Scientifically constructed and . thoroughly guaran teed. The" above U one of our many special val ues. On sale all week at 6.95 141446-18 Douglas Street 1414-16-18 Douglas Street in MllmSll 44 service will be held. Mr. Chorle K. Rohel will sprau. MIm Frances Mi-tllffert will sink-. Noonday piayer meeting will be held each day iluvlng the week from 12:U to 1 o'clock.. Walnut Hill Methodist. Forty-firat and riiarleN. K K Hommn. Pallor I'll rllo services at 10:30 . ni. and 8 p. m. Both aemlces will have a;e'iMl reference to Knworthlana. Morning. "The Maintenance of Moral and Religlou-i Ktgnlty; " even ing, "The Investment of Our Live bun day school at 12 noon, lieoige 1.. l.luuies superintendent. Kpwonli league at I p m , Mies planter leader. Calvarv BuptletY Twenty-fifth and llsmll trn. Rev. K. R. t urry. Pastor-At "The Observance of the V rd's V-tv- At I. Beg nnlr.g L. fe With a Handicap, il iuelrated tiv lbs 'IV of a K'at living per snnsllty. Bible school st nv.n. Young Peo ple's meeting at 7. Wcdneslsy evening le voUonal service jut I. Branch Blnle a liix'l at Thirty-fourth and Sew-ird at i p. m. Prayer service Thursday evening at . . Seward Street Methodlat. Twnty-econd and 8eward, Lotan R. IeWo!f. Pastor The auditorium whltli has hvn closed the last month for repair and decoration will lie reopened to the public for the morning service at 10:30 o'clock, with a sermon by Dr. William Unrst. 8ici:tl musii" by the choir, rlubhath si-honl at noon. At S o'clock In the evening the congregation will unite with the Kpworth leugue In its twentieth anniversary service. t'astellar Street Presbyterian. Sixteenth and CastollHr. Ralph H. liuuaeman, Minis terAt l:3a, "W'htu ChileiUnlty Is Prac ticed." BIMe sclioul at noon, untario and Park Forest chapel Bible schools st L ('hi:stlsn Kndeuvor at 7. At . "A tireat ulf Kixeii." Dr. Alex Henry of Philadel phia w ill address tlve Blblv sclio. I at 12:30. Midweek service Wtdnesday evening at 7:45. Suhjetl. "The Tabernacle In Symbol and Type." Normal training class follows. Third Preahvtrrian, 20th "and Iaven worth, Rrv. William E. . Tudd. Pstor. Sunday school at 3" a. in Sermon at k):46. The R-v. Dr. Alexander Henry of the AsHembly Sjlulay sihojl board will add thus a Joint m ting of the Junior t'hiia tian Kndeuvi r and the Sunday school at I p. m. Senior Chrlsttiin Kndeavor at 7 clock. Evening song and sermon atS:' The pan tor s morning topic will be, "Tha Irreslstlbls Fascination and I'nfatling Powers of the Way of tbc World'a Redemption." At night, "A Bold Renunciation of Montrnus Vi ron as In Omaha." Special music slid singing at each of these services. All are welcome. v First Presbyterian, Seventeenth and Podge. Rev. Kdwln Hart Jenks, D. D.. Pastor Morning service at 10:Si. Anthem, "The Pillars of the F.arth Are the lord's (Tours)." Solo, "Voices of the Angels ll.ane-Wilsnni," Mr. Jessen. Kvening serv ice at a. Anthem, "Praised Be the Lord Daily (Calkin)." Anthem. "We Stand In Deep Repentance (Mendelssnhn-Snelley)," choir. Miss Louise Janren, soprano and director: Miss Myrtle Moses, contralto; Mr. H. I". Jessen, tenor: Mr. T. Travis, ba'su; Miss Mamy t'unnlnglism, organist. First Methodist FHiscnpaI. Twentieth and Iiavenport. Rev. Frank I Ixivelund, D. D.. Mlnis'ee Morning service at 10 :. subject. "The 'rytal Christ." The evening aervlca at 7:4s will be the lart of the series ot special sermons on "Spiritual Messages from Poet anl Prose Writers." Subject, "Sidney Lanier," "The Southern Passion Flower." Th music will be under the di rection nf Mr. Kelly. Sunday school at 12:15. Mr. T. f. Sturgess. suiieiintendent. '(lis Cpworth League meets at ( 46. TRUANCY DAY IN THE COURT Little Folks Who Woa't (io to School Heajalarly Are Before the Jasgr. ' Truancy cases formed the bulk of the business before Judge Estelle of the Juve nile court Saturday morning, but they were all disposed- of -with dispatch, all the chil dren promising the Judge to go to school In the future and to report to him weekly. They will bring tha Judge reports . from their teachers to show that they have been to ac-hnal. One little girl Genevieve Stuhbs. 19 Chi cago sirfjvi .-ad.-d nn unlucky star as the cause for her delinquency from school. Genevieve Is IS years old. She was horn on November 13. underwent an operation at a local hospital on December II and was apprehended by Tiuant Off i. r Ji-psen on May IX Genevieve gave the Judge an "honest Injun" promise Unit she would go to school In the future. LAWYERS NAMEDF0R ZIEBELL Mmm Held for Murder t.rts Ton Busy Hiring toaaael and Court Has ta Take Hand. Albert 8. Ritchie and Jlcnry Myers were duly declsred attorneys for August Ziehen Saturday morning. Zlebell haabeii en gaging lawyera with same facility alnce lie waa arrested for the murder of his son. First he took Myers, then John M, Mac farland, and P.ltchle last of all. None of tha three at the time of retention knew of the others having been engaged. Judge Sutton heard of Ziebell'a course and, summoning him and the three law yera to court Saturday, ordered Zlebell to aettle definitely and for all time a ho rep resented him. Zlebell hesitated and finally made the cholcj Indicated