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fl t i i umes OF THE DA' OF REST 1. M. C. A. Secretaries Will Preach Omaha'i Sunday Sermoni. 1 FIFTEEN OF THE ASSIGNED Protectant Ckareh Coageegatl Will llenr Addresses by ' In Vartoas Pnrts of thr World. Fifty-seven Imported preaher strange cnne:eRaUon In Omaha and th trinity thin morning That number of Y. M. C. A. secretaries In attendance t the conference will fill pulpits In evan gelical churches of th two Omahas and Council Bluffs. Nearly every Protestant church In Omaha except those of the Protestant Epi-copal faith will see a visitor In the pulpit. Of the denomination excepted. Trinity cathedral furnishes an exception to the exception. The list of secretaries and churches to which they are assigned la a followa; Benson Baptist. W. H. Ball, physical director Detroit, Mich. Calvary Baptist. I. E. Brown, recently tate secretary of Illinois. First Baptist, C. A. Barbour. Interna tional secretary religious department. Immamiel Baptist, F. A. Croeby. secre tary International commission boys" de partment. Or ace Baptist. K. C. Browwall, general secretary. Ft. Louis, Mo. Olivet Baptist, P. C. Vlx. Ut aecra tary of Kentucky. First Christian, H. W. Amld, seer lary international commission religious department. ' North Side Christian. O. 8. Bllhelmer, state secretary, Colorado. Cherry Hill Congregational, A. W. Han son, assistant state secretary. Indiana. Flril Congressional. Frank Ober, editor Association Men. Hillside Congregational. R- E Squires, general secretary, Winona, Minn. Plymouth Congregational, F. H. T. mtchle. secretary International com mission. fit. Marys Avenua. William Knowles Cooper, general secretary, Washington, D. C. Saratoga Congregational, E. T. Bailey, religious director, St. Joseph, Mo. Trinity Cathedral, William Jessop, as Istant secretory, Washington, D. C. . Grace English Lutheran, O. A. Toung. former general secretary, South Omaha. Kountae Memorial Lutheran. C. W. Diet rich, general secretary, Brooklyn, Central. St. Marks' Lutheran, Robert Weldensall, senior secretary International "" commls alon. Benson Methodist Episcopal, C. H. Gaf fln. religious work director, Denver, Colo. Wets Memorial, W. W. Dillon, field representative institute and training school. First Methodist Episcopal, R. A. Walte, ft.; secretary religious department Inter ns tlonal committee. Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal, Walter M. Wood, general secretary, Phil adelphia. Hirst Memorial. C. R. Bayer, aeereUry, Winnipeg, Manitoba. McCabe Methodist Episcopal, H. L. Sim mons, general secretary, Brooklyn. Norwegian Danish, Methodist Episcopal, H. L. Markell, general secretary, Aurora, HI. Seward St. Methodist Episcopal, W. E. Fenno, secretary International committee. Trinity Methodist Episcopal, C. L. Oates, ecretary International committee at Kan ' aaa City. Walnut Hill Methodist Episcopal, F. A. Garrison, state secretary, Oklahoma. Caatellar Presbyterian, E. M. Cotton, boys' secretary, Buffalo. Central United Presbyterian, Bruno Hobbs. secretary international committee, New Tork. Church of tha Covenant, A. 8. Allen, general secretary, Seattle, Wash. Clifton Hill Presbyterian, George Mo Dlll. secretary International committee. Dundee Presbyterian, C. H. Robertson, ecretary international committee, Tient sin, China. .' First United Presbyterian, J. A. Hanna, secretary, Galesburg, 111. North Presbyterian, E. T. Colton, foreign work, secretary International committee. Lowe Avenua Presbyterian, C. B. Willis, general secretary, Milwaukee. .. Westminster Presbyterian, F. H. Burt, president Institute and training school. United Brethren, H. W. Stone, general secretary, Portland, Ore. Council Blaffa. Bethany Presbyterian, Paul Super, secre tary, Honolulu, H. L First Baptist, H. D. Dickson, general eoretary. New Tork Twenty-third street Memorial Baptist, J. 8. Moore, secretary stats committee, Louisville, Ky. Tirst Christian, E. W. Pierce, secretary, Keokuk, la. Peoples Congregational, J. 8. KsUon, professor Chicago Training school. First Congregational, C. C. Robinson, state secretary, Watervtlle. Maine. 6t John's English Lutheran, B. A. Bar low, general secretary. Cedar Rapids, la. Broadway Methodist Episcopal, E. W peck, state secretary, Minnesota. Kpworlh Methodist . Episcopal, W. A. Scott, general secretary, Houston, Teg. Fifth Avenue Methodist Episcopal. F. C. Downs, general secretary, Schenectady, If. T. -Trinity Methodist Episcopal, A. R. Kads. general secretary, Dubuque, la. First Presbyterian. K. A. Shumaker, state secretary of Kansas. Second Presbyterian, I. E. Lute, general secretary, Camden, N. J. South Omaha. First Presbyterian, &. C. Baldwin, sec retary Toung Men'a Institute, New Tork City. n First Baptist, H. A. Wilbur, general sec rets ry. Dayton, O. First Methodist Episcopal, Augustus Nash, reltgioua work director, Cleve land. O. First Christian. II. T. Kallenberg. Train ing school, Chicago, 111. United Presbyterian, O. H. Fonken. gen eral secretary, Sterling. III. , English Lutheran. F. H. West, general secretary, Grand Rapids, Mich. Het letter Par fop Boys. In addition to the assignments of Toung Men's Christian sitsoclation men to church services a list of assignments has been made especially for the boys and at 1.31 p. m. services only for boys over 12 years of age will be held at these churches by these visitors: Olive Baptist, L. L. McDonald, Chicago. Pearl Methodist, W. H. Wones, Milwaukee. Plymouth Congregational, C. C. Robinson, Maine. Seward Street Methodist Episcopal, R. O. Hansen, Chicago. Hillside Congregational, J. O. Arnold, Denver. First Methodist Episcopal, R. A. Winter, Jr.. New York City. Benson Tresbyterian, H. L. Holstngton, Fait Lake City. McCabe Methodist Episcopal, W. K. Deb- enham. Burlington. Dundee Presbyterian, Mr. Strong, Seattle. Third Presbyterian, Harry Ooodrlch, Fargo. First Christian, F. A, Crosby, Chicago. Hanscom Park, Tf II. Rttchee, Toronto, j Park Vale, Leonard Paulson, Iowa. I Caatellar, C. A. McLaughlin, St Louts. The Young Women's Christian Associa tion haa been specially busy during the week on account of the T. M. C. A. con ference In th city. Several of the large meetings have been held In tha building and a large number of lunch parties given. Many of tha wives of the secretaries and directors are her. Mr. L. Wilbur Messer, general secretary of tb Toung Men's Christian Associa tion of Chicago, and on of th most prominent Association workers of the country, will address a mass meeting for women In the Y. W. C. A.' auditorium Sunday afternoon at 4 30 o'clock. There will be special music and a social hour following the meeting., Th wives of the Y. M. C. A. secretaries and directors and other visitors In tha city will be most cordially welcome to this meeting as guests of the women of Omaha. Mr. F. E. A. Smith of the state T. M. . A. of Portland, Oregon, who married the former general secretary of the Omaha association. Miss Dora Cady, Is In th city and will speak at the Sunday afternoon meeting at 4:30 o'clock. i Mrs. Emma F. Byers, general secretary, will give a stereopticon talk on Lake Geneva on Friday evening In th T. W. C. A. auditorium, at 8:16 o'clock. About fifty slides have been secured through the courtesy of the national board showing the specific features round and about this lake. There will also be several other speakers who have enjoyed the summer conference. The board of directors will give a "Get One" banquet to the membership on Mon day evening, June 14. There will be a banquet in the cafeteria at :30 o'clock, followed by a musical and oratorical pro gram in the auditorium. The regular meeting of the board cf directors will be held Wednesday at 10:,0 o'clock. Jo Barton, director of musto at Lowe Avenue Presbyterian church, Fortieth and Nicholas streets, has prepared a special program for the morning services Sunday, Thia Is the second Sabbath the new pipe organ will have been in us. Mr. Barton has a vested choir of forty voioes. Th program will be this: MORNING WOR8HIP-10:30. Organ Prelude ., Batiste Doxology. invocation and Lord s Prayer. Hymn No. 181 Stand Up and Bless the Lord Rssponalve Reading, Selection 11 (Gene- van Psalter). Anthem The God of Abraham, Praiss ; Buck Scripture Lesson (Samuel tl:lg). Hymn No. 223 When 1 Survey the Won drous Cross Mason Offertory Solo I Heard the Vole of jesus Hay Harris Miss Dora Olsen. Offering, Response and Consecration, Address It Is Well with the Young Man. j. a. vvuiis, (Gen'l Sec'y Milwaukee Y. M - A. Hymn No. 847 Stand Up, Stand Up for jMU Webb Benediction and the Gloria. EVENING WORSHIP 4. Organ Prelude Batiste Chant The Apostles' Creed Getbel Hymn No. 23 Savior, Breath an Even- Ing Blessing Stebblns Scripture Lesson (Psalm 119:1-20). Antnem I Lay My Sins on Jesus. ...Tours Pastoral Fray.- and Response. Hymn No. 530 He Leadeth Me.. .Bradbury Offertory Solo Abide with Me....Aahford Dr. J. H. Wallace. Offering and Consecration. Barmen The Good World. Kev. Charles Klemlnar. Chant The Lord's Prayer Anon nymn ino. va savior, Again to Thy "r nraa HODkina Uim-runU It's Peterman't Rat-Mouse Food Makes ru deathly tick. They leave the' sreasuca st once. Non-poiaoaoua, ne dead' rata in walla. Do not u tai saiaeas or you will have trouble. Other Pctfrman Vermincldea rrrBJUsANa ROACH POOD-Has been foe twenty-three years ike slander aetata at tb houaktsr ssatnat reaches. 17 mwzrWry LET HART MAN FEAT HER YOU R NES Just as nature spreads out her generous tree arms and makes it easy for the birds to build their June Brides and Grooms, making it easy for them to realize men ionaesc areams 01 Home to enter ai once into their own cozy, comfortable "NEST" enthralled by the sweet sentiment of love and marriage. Young couples contemplating marriage will be serving their best interest to see Hartman before selecting the home out fit. We make special inducements to young couples just starting housekeeping. -t iJrifA Furnishing for 13T ROOMS $1 j.00 Cash 1.00 per Month 52 4 iS' ROOMS 00 Cash- $5.00 per Month ROOMS $i S8.00 Cash 56.00 per Month ROOMS S 110.00 Cash- SB. 00 per Month nmniTf g if h ii REFRIGERATORS of new and scientific copstruc Uon, hardwood case, galvan ized iron lined, patent drip cup and other hygienic featurei One of our few specials on sale all week i PRINCESS DRESSER J,f 15 In beautiful golden oak fln- t.n ish. Large French plate, beveled edge mirror, swell e -s iront, roomy arawers, carv- rb.i ed stannaras. f Special at 9.89 Benediction. Organ Postlud .Clemens ...Spinney ...Gounod ...Gounod Read ..RAnnlPar ...Bartlett rrtroujri mscotcbt knuwd . A ainsle aspucatioa laat a yeai. tieitung clae like it. eor Mlebjr SruactMa, srecera aoS Seakera' genera 11. WUUam Feterwaa Ie. Vew Tor Music at the Kountie Memorial church Sunday: MAD VTvn Prelude Berruse Anthem Unfold 'Ye Portals..., fostiude March, In B flat..., EVENING. Prelude Cltfritrv A ei Offertory, 8olo Rook of Ages Solo The Lxjrrt ia Mv T.le-ht Air. namona u. Ward. Postlude March Mllltare Clark E. A. Van Fleet, director: rhrl -nkn organist i ' Music at . First Christian church Sunday will be aa follows: MORNING. Anthem The Sands of Time Ar Sink ing Gounod With solos by Miss Anna Petersen and Mr. W. H. tiraham. EVENING. Anthem The Shadows of the Evening Hours Nevln with solos by Miss Qlenna Blal and Mr. F. L.. Rowley. Violin Solo Andante Reltsloso Thorn Mr. I., s. Zabrlskie. Mrs. Louise Rhaddurk Zabrlakle, organ 1st; Waiter Graham, director of music Music at the First Presbyterian church Sunday will be as follows: MORNING 10:S0 O'clock. Anthem Oh. Savior of the World Goss Duet The Lord la My Shepherd Smart Miss jansen and Mine Moses. EVENING 8 O'clock. Anthem Master. What Shall I Do to Inherit Eternal Life Bowes Anthem The Lord's Prayer Holden CHOIR. Miss Louise Jansen, soprano and director MIks Myrtle Moses, contralto: Mr. II. C Jessen, tenor: Mr. S. Travis, bass; Miss Nancy (.unningnom, organist. The young people of First Methodist church will give a program at their regu lar Epworth league services Sunday even Ing at 6:80. W. E. Hume of New York City, prominent throughout the world as s member of the international committee of the Young, Men's Christian association, will be the principal speaker. There will he special music In addition to the usual song service. ' St. Mark's Lutheran choir will sing "How Iong. Oh Lord," by Carl Pflucger. at the morning services, and in the evening, "It Is Jesus," soprano rolo and chorus. A male quartet will give a special pro gram of music at North Side Christian church Sunday morning. In the evening a full chorus will sing. "(Savior. Breathe an Evening Blessing." The Business Men's Bible class, taught by Rev. E. H. Jenk. P. D., First Prea ALL BRASS BEDS A value that cannot be equalled anywhere. A mas sive bed with large posts, in either bright or satin finish ed, with genuine French lac quer and guaranteed for ten years. We have offered big brass bed values in the past, but never any- f ga tt5i1sng.!!.T.a!..l& 10 TWENTY TWO GREAT STORES. ' ra ' a COLLAPSIBLE GO-CART Opens and closes with one motion, enameled medal frame, large rubber tired wheels, hood and body of English rainproof cloth, strong, durable aaa and light, n.Hl Special .MlUW Oak Chiffonier SOLID OAK DRESSERS Thpse dreser urn nf xpprt v orV manshlp and finish, made nf select ed solid oak. The top drawer hng serpentine front, thu mirrors ere large and have deep beveled edges. Price 5w-e "tl Have you ever seen a value to equal this one? muronier is mane or solid oak, of expert workmanship through out and thoroughly guaranteed. Five large, roomy drawers. Brass drawer pulls, well polish ed and finished. It's a world- beater at the price .'. This HANDSOME IRON K BED of neat design and heavily enameled in any of the pop ular colors deslrfed. You positively never saw its equal. Special, at . . . . . 4.25 . SOLID OAK BOOK CASES Of superior construction and finish, a valua that 1b unraatchable, beautiful carved orna mentation and large French beveled mirror, specially priced this week, at 10.95 J,VJO,'ilU fix? PA UNBEAT ABLE BARGAINS. CHINA CLOSET Made of solid oak, bent end design double strength glass, adjustable shelves grooved for standing plates, profusely carved and well finished. Special, at 12.80 i U it'll BIG VALUE IN A THREE-PIECE PARLOR SUITE Tn mahogan Each arm o and divan have carved claw feet. iy finish, beautiful piano polish. Each piece is extra large, broad and spacious. r eacn piece is adorned with large carved head and the chair Each piece Is fitted with loose cushions upholstered in silk plush. It s a thoroughly high grade parlor suite offer- ea ai an amasingiy small price, oniy.. 18.75 to out-of-town !cs KITCHEN CABINET Made of white maple, beautifully finished and of expert workmanship throughout. Has flour bin, convenient cutlery drawers. Top as shown. Row of large spice drawers. This cabinet is strongly built and thoroughly guaranteed. Special, at 4.95 Rugs of the depend able kind. Ml first quality and thoroughly guaranteed. Laid and Sized Free. S iJ'Msasvajs.!--'-. Jt-it-.Wist mm LARGE FAMILY RANGE Made with extra heavy castings, have large square ovens, most durable fire boxes und beautiful nickel trimmings. A superior range. Price this week, only 26.75 r" 9x12 SEAMLESS BRUSSELS RUGS 9x12 ROYAL AXMINSTER Thee are mga of oxccptionsl ijuil itv, priced at an amazingly low fig ure. They are made of best ull worsted materials, made without seams and thoroughly guaranteed. The colorings are most rturnble and are umst ' beautiful. Special for this week ' guumniepa. (4.25 Of firm weave and most durable qual ity. Has high pile and ar of the season's newest patterns. They ar rugs of exceptional character thor oughly high grade. You can't equal these values any where in Omaha It's utterly Impossible. Special, st 24.50 No charge for sew ing, laying or lining carpets. A Bissellcar- 'pet sweeper free with every car pet purchase of $25 or over. 11414-16-18 Douglas Street 1414-16-18 Douglas Street byterlan church, from U to 12:30 esch Sun day, is so full of Interest that It will be continued to the middle of July beforo taking aummer reiess. The teachings cf Paul are the lessona, ' P.ev. JuMur 8. Schwarts of th Grmn Presbyteiian church his returned fiotu Riley, Kan., where he has been tov the la.it week assisting In the dedication pt the new Oerman Presbyterian church there und its bell. Incidentally, M. Srhwarls calli-d attention tc . ' fart that he was building a new church In Omaha while there and succeeds In rls.n- a furd of J200 with but Utile effort for the Omaha church. ThU church I being built at Twentieth anil Willis streets. Omaha. The Friends' meeting wilj be held at r.arignl's hall. Nineteenth and Farnam, .Sunday at 11 a. m. O. M Kraxer will hav charge. - . Mlsrellaacoas AaaoaacemeBte. .'i,ietec,rith and P.ouse, Pastor- First (onicretatlonal 1'avfiiport, Frederick T. Morning worship with communion at 10:10. Y. P. S. C. t at 6 i. No other evening service. Bethany Branch First Baptist, 'Af4 Leav enworth Sunday school at J Gospel meet ing Friday at t. Fust t'hrlHtian, Twenty-sixth and Har ney. J. M. Kersey, Pastor Preaching at 1 10.W and s. Hible school at noon. Young people s meeting at 7. I Church of the Good Shepherd, Twentieth 'and Ohio Trinity Sunday, celebration of I lioly communion at 7:30 and II. Kvening : prayer, sermon at . Wednexday at 1 I Calurv Kaptist Branch, Thirty-fourth and 6e ward Sunday at 130 p. in., Bible school. Thursday at t p. m., prayer serv ice. Second Church of Christ. Scientist Nin. teenth and Fainam i Lyric Theateri Sun day achool, :46; r.ervlce, 11 a. m.; subject letaon sermon, "Ood, th Oniy Cause and Creator." Church of the Covenant. Twenty-eevenl'i 1 and Pratt. Rev. R. T. Uell, Pastor Serv : Ires at 10:91) and 8. Sabbath school at noon Junior Kndeavor at 8. Young People's so ciety at I '- j Trinity Cathedral. Capitol Avenue and I KiKhteenth, Very Rev. tleorge A. Beecher, liean Holy communion at s a. m ; Sunday I school and Bible class at 45 a. m ; holy commuulon and sermon at Us, to-, con- m.; eveninj flrmation claVs at 6 SO praytr and rermon at Pearl Me-norlal MelhodiM, , Twenty, fourth end I.cn nioie. Rev Tnomes o lllnkl. las or 10 4, a. m., serrnot, "Ca eb ii M email e to the Modern World;" $ i. m , "The .'omiucrer." Pejple'B. Churles V. favldr, Paktor Morntnk, "Are V'ou Ready for Tour Op portunity." Kvening. "Sliall 1 tJivr Ah KlHt:ime to Men snd Women to Knter Hi Mairlafte Relation?" Plmt Presbyterian, Iode and Seven teenth. Rev. Kdwln Hart Jenks, T). D,. Pastor Morning service at 10 30; evening at : Sunday school at noon; Christian En deavor meeting ll 1 n.