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Sermon on Cross
' I))' Dr. Fast Ends Theater Services Omaha Will i IMter Place in Whirl, to Live If It It tlirUtian City, Saji Mcthmlint Minuter. Dr. J. W, G, Fa. pastor of Fir.l Mthocjikt t'picnpst church, apeak yrttrrday in Uraiidri theater, I lie law oi a rif o( holy wrrk noon hour smicM, tatel that the iron it the symtxtl of power ami victory "! ia the hallmark of I tinman faith, "We ahowld pause on this Good I'ruJay t think of the no." taid Dr. 1-ai.t. M7he ditilc under. mk4 me nfnitu-aiire of the cron. Jrnia aiil, tine yon take up your cro and follow me.'" "The rro Hiram that your Christianity and my ChriM unity liai domcthmit that ii eternally tian forming the world. ChriMunity haa the powrr to take the ugly and ie .ulsive thine and make them beauti ful and meaningful, to make the ilrtrrt bloaaoni a the roue. Men and women will be more wonderful when they are C'lirijtian. their I euonalitie will be beautified. Oma ha will be a better place in which to live if it ia a Christian city." The speaker inserted that God it love and He o loved the world that II9 save hr only on on the rrois. "It i a tar rrv frrnn lh divt nf Jesus to our day," Dr. I;at added, , "but the cross should mean as much to Christiana today as it meant to the disciple of old." George Campbell led the singing. The parquet of the theater was filled and many stood. Omalians Attack Dandelion Pest in Cleanup Drive Yesterday wa "Dandelion and flower Bed Day" on the calendar of Clean-up week. Citizens had been requested to dig dandelions, exchange plants, plant flower beds and trim shrub bery. Promoters of Cleanup week state that the dandelion pest has decreased perceptibly in the last three years. "Keep tip the fight against the yellow peril," is the battle cry of the forces lined against the dandelion Continental Club Speaker Discusses New Revenue Law The new state tax law was dis cussed yesterday by R. M. Switzler at the regular meeting of the Con tinental club in the Brandeis restau rant. Mr. Switzler, who has given this subject considerable study, asserted that the new law will work several injustices if carried out to the letter, particularly in the matter of taxing credits. J Brief City News IV,' S Spend Day in City H. L. Ste VJS -Bliaiis, city commissioner of Kear- .trj, vvao u. rioiiM, Alt viuaun yesterday. World to Open Vantages vaude ville will feature the program of the new World theater at Us open-' tng at 11 today. . To Plead Own Case-rFor the sec ond time Otto Cole, charged with the murder of Harry Hahn, store- keeper, refused counsel. Ho, will plead his own case. mp. tienrjr ueis iftci no. Blanche Henry was granted divorce nnd alimony from Fra'hk S. Henry in Judge Sears' court yesterday. They are both, musicians. Butler Is Candidate! City Commis sioner Dan Butler announced yes 'Jt terday his decision to Tun for gov ff ernor on the democratic ticket. He ia expected to file at Lincoln tcday. Itanehrr Visits Omaha Col. and Mrs. John B. Henderson of Midway ranch. Coiad, Neb., are spending a ffew days at the Hotel Fontenelle here before returning to their ranch for the summer. Motorist Freed Because no one appeared against him, G. W. Mlckel- aon.. baker, Twenty-fourth and Lake streets, charged with driving a mo tor car while intoxicated, was freed in police court yesterday. Master Lilies Scarce Due to the fact that the crop is small and the demand large, dealers N report an Raster lily shortage here this year. The price is 50 cents a bud or blos som, the same as last year. Hold War Hero James Meldrom. 25, 2013 Harney street, a decorated war hero and bearer of scars from three wounds, was held under $3,000 bond on the charge of forgery in the Central police court yesterday. Wnnts Ptvorec Canceled Miss f elen Krause has started action to net aside tne divorce ner nusoana obtained from her a short time be fore his death, in an effort to share in the estate of the late potash baron. Brazilian Guest Hero Senor Se bastio Sampaio, c3mmercia,l attache and consul premiere classe for Bra- ail, who is touring the United States, will be the guest of the Omaha Chamber of Commerce next Thurs day. Pnts $1,000 In Bonds Seeing an "ad" In The Bee that the govern ment pays 4 1-2 per cent on invest ments, a widow took a check for 11.000 from an insurance company to Postmai.er Black yesterday and asked him to invest the money in, government 'bonds for her. To Try New Surfacing County commissioners are going to try out patented bitulithic paving In Douglas county. Road 38 for two miles be tween West Dodge and Center, and Road 41. tor two miles west of Elm wood park to the intersection of Road 38 are to be surfaced with this new matrlal. Holiday No Exerwc Sam Palley, tailor, 110S North Eighteenth street charged with illegal possession ef liquor, pleaded for leniency in police court yesterday because of Jewish , holiday customs. The court held that a Jewish holiday was no excuse - for having liquor in the cellar and lined Palley 1100. Visits Great-Grandmothers Lit tle Blossom Marguerite Henning, ac companied by her mother. Mrs. O. R. Henning of Thermopolis, Wyo., Is visiting her two great-grand mothers In Omaha. They are Mrs. adelina L. Kauffold. 2513 Spencer 400S Nortli xweniy-mnin street. Hishopa to Convene Here Bishop Ernest W. Shaylev announced yes terday that the annual convention of domestic missionary bishops of the Episcopal church will be held in Omaha. Thursday and Friday. I April 20 and 21. Convention head quarters will be at Hotel r onteneue. Richops from the entire country are expected to gather here. I V Delegates to Kiwarm , Convention Selected Id aid White, prr.ijent ff the Omaha Kmani club. d L U I add, aerretary, have hern named delegates to the international conven r Free Movies for the Kiddies "The Little Reformer" with Bessie Love. ' Saturday, 9 and 10:45 A. M. BtMNa Aiiiwtu riltb fleer Easter Messages May be sent direct from our Ask Mr. Foster office. Especially designed v blanks with Easter lily letterhead add attractiveness to a warm personal greet ing. Sample folders of Easter greeting sug gestions will help you. BurM-Nfc Third Floar . 000 New Hosiery This smartest of hosiery will accompany tne new Easter suit on Easter Sunday morning. An all silk with French clox in gray, white, black, brown and sand; also the hose with the popular Pointex heel. Priced at $3.50 to $5.00 Novelty Hoae in black with orange, canary, sand and green tops and Pointex heels, in exquis ite Jersey Silk. Priced $5.00 To Match the Tweed Suit Is a new one. Of lisle and silk weave in such shades as tan, cordo van, meadow lark, rose, blue and black. Pair, $1.25 Burf t-Nih Mala Floor ooo " Stationery Tuberose and Piccadilly . Linen A new flat sheet cor respondence paper of first quality. 60 sheets in box, $1.00. Envelopes to 'match, pkg., 40c. Easter Cards Attractively designed and thoughtfully writ ten cards that convey appropriate m e ssages are reasonably priced. Wide assortment. Burt-Nh Main Floor : ooo Easter Gifts In Jewelry A thousand articles se lected from our regular stock and marked at 55c each. Included are the fol lowing: Brilliant Bar Pins In several 'designs and lengths. Novelty Bead Neck laces Jade, amber, jet, amethyst, ruby, and sapphire. Earrings Jet, j a d e, x ruby, coral, Sapphire, and amber. Novelty Girdles Com binations of black with blue, black with red and black with jade. And a great many others. Burgwsa'-Nath Maia Floor OOO - Hair Nets Gainsborough Hair Nets, double mesh, cap and fringe, all colors, 2 for 25c. v Carmen Hair Nets with elastic, also knotted . ends, 3 for 25c G a i n b o rough Hair Nets, single mesh, cap and fringe, all-colors, large size, 3 for 25c Human Hair Nets, cap ' shape, dozen, 50c Burrtft-NasK Main Floor lilt; UHE: tion of Kiuii dubs, to t held in Toronto, Canada, June 19 2!, ac cording to announcement made at the club luncheon at Ifotrl Rome ye.trrday. C J. Lyon and J. II. Scharf were chosen alternate dele gates. 1 he Pes Moines club Is going after the international convention for that BDBGESSri HJipgeinit Taffeta Frocks for Girls Priced $10 fx Two Art Illustrated ' Bureau-Null Juaior ooo Costume or Sport Blouses Priced $5.00 A special offering in time for Easter. Over-the-skirt models of georgette in attractive colors to match suit or hat. Jade Tomato Rose , Flesh Navy White Blouses that are elaborately beaded, braided and embroidered in self color or in contrasting tone. Burgtn-Naih BIoum Shop Third Floor , o o o Newest In Pumps For the Easter Promenade ' Priced $11.00 New gore style pump of soft patent made with short vamp, round toe and flat covered heel. The series of in step straps gives the effect of a high French heel, with none of its dis comfort." . Burieai-Naah Shoo Shop Maia Floor OOO t Sporting Goods Golf Hose, $1.85 An all wool hose made in' Scotland. The colors are gray and black only. There are all sizes. Golf Balls Beacon golf balls; new, fresh stock, ex tra quality, dimple marking. Special Each, 45c Golf Bags Sunday golf bass, in tan or white, with ball pockets attach ed to side. Each, $1.50 Golf Clubs, $2.45 An exceptionally good club, made by a re putable firm and sold under our own trade mark. You really must see-them to appre ciate this wonderful value. Boys' Finger Mit Boys' fielding glove made of genuine leath er. A real value at $1.00. Burf.aa-Naah Fourth Floor OMAHA. SA'llKDAV. APKIL 15. mi. city for PJ4, according i a letter almc the u pert of the Omaha del egation, Dn A. Zttava, conceit pianist, ap pearing this week at the Orplieum, who it an honorary member of the (Uirfalo Kiwanis itb, was a gue.t at yesterday's luncheon, After he had favored the cluj with samples of hit an at a punitt, he was unaui mou.ly elected to hoiitirary member thin in the Omaha club. Neat week's luncheon will he in charge of the "Muni" committee, it wat announced. For tip-t'vdate snort new a read The Pee. You will find it very in-tereting. "EYERYBODYfe STORE Mws I M -for Equal to this Easter occa sion and many other "dress up" times to come are the charming little frocks in this, specially priced group. Perky frills, ruffles and sashes adorn these otherwise sknple styles for growing girls. They are made of an exceptionally nice qual ity taffeta in brown, navy, copen or black. Sizes 6 to 14. Shop Third Floor In Time for Easter Sale of Novelty Silk Gloves I n Two Groups $ 1 .79 : $2.49 Amazing values. Hundreds of pairs of gloves from a famous maker. All are gloves of first quality every pair perfect ; every pair priced much less than wholesale. 12-Button 12-button and gauntlet length, heavy Milanese silk gloves, tucked tops and heavy embroidered backs. In gray, white, brown, beaver and navy. Pair, $1.79 Burgau-Naab Clova Lovely Easter Hats $g00 $y50 $075 Beautiful selections from Fashion's choicest creations. Smart Tailored Models Clever Sports Types Wide Brimmed Dress Hats , Straw fabric effects of intricate design, trimmed with gay flowers, soft feathers, shining ribbons and ornaments. Juvenile Millinery "Madge Evans" and "Little Miss Gage" tailored and dress-up hats for little girls are sold exclusively in Omaha by the Burgess-Nash company. Moderately priced at $1.95 to $7.50 Burrna-Naah Hat Shop Third Floor Rialto Man Fmri April Shower; GtU Insurance Insurance againat ram next Sunday ia the gamble Juliui K. John.ou. manager of the Rialto theater, hat taken. He hat paid f.M to a local insurance man. The policy it (or J.'.txitt and guarantee auanut more Hash t New Frocks for Easter $25 BuTfM 1 16-Button 16-button heavy Milan ese silk with fancy tucked top, self and contrasting silk embroidered backs in white, gray, navy, brown, beaver and pongee. Pair, $2.49 Sbop--Maia Floor than one tenili t( an inch of fain front J o'clock to 10 o'clock thai ni.ht. It ia helieved l IN li.l tune audi a ky hat heen niinen in Umaha. Mr, Johnson rtplaiued that he houuhi the .tolicy on the strength of lharlea Ouplm kui at the Kialto theater in ln new comedy, "fay lav.H r SatMirdlay and $35 re This is the story of Easter preparedness and supreme value in j a a a aresses ioia ac me mo- ment when your urgecn for new spring clothes is at its height. Canton Crepe Crepe Knit Crepe de Chine Simplicity, the charm of springtime, is char acteristic of each model. Some are heavily beaded in jet or colors ; others trimmed only with roses of self material. w - Nash Third Floor OOO New' Little Capes For Tiny Tots v Two Stylet Aro llluatratod Priced $7.50 .Cunning .little capes ior chilly mornings and evenings. They are made just like mother's new one with a full flare from the shoulder. A lovely little baby collar or a tiny fringed scarf are their only vanity, for these capes are very practical little affairs of soft woolens'. Burgaaa-Naah Infant Shop Third Floor OOO Optical Specials To i n tro duce our t A f new opti cal depart ment, we offer two s p e c i als in reading spectacles. . Heavy s k ull grip zylo frames glazed with deep curved reading lenses. Gold -filled frame with zy lonite rim and full covered zylo temple. Priced $500 $750 Burgeaa-Naah Optical Shop Meizanina Floor OOO Red Arrow Booth Petticoats and Pettibockers $198 1 500 garments of fine quality jersey silk. Exceptional values doubly ap preciated, because they come in time for Easter wearing. Every garment perfect each a correct style. Petti coats made with flounces, pettibock ers with fitted cuffs. . Sizes 30, 32, 36. No C. O. D.'a No Phone Order No Mail Order BurfoM-Naah Dowastair Stor. Hoy Hfkt tifil IVititi rr. tfifuc, cH, Apnl cial 'I'clriiiam )-I Werner fK4 4 lH il-dd I'OV namrd Tut tie f t ilioiini2 hIhk the cli'l-l Mas found lull toum In enrf t the cud cf a lat in the lihie ncr, The toy at tken home and udl trfocer. Flowers for Easter Cut flowers and blooming plant; daintiest ef corsauen, irraeeful baskctji and potted plant, moderately priced. urtwNMk rte Sh MMain lUar .J Easter Candy Bitter Sweets For the lover of de lectable sweets, the Old Fashioned llitterswect Chocolate that is a bit larger than ordinary creams, makes a de lightful Easter gift. Our Dream package. Per lb., 52c It ta0 only a cotton bunny 1 tfid a chocolate egg to delight a child on Easter morning. Bird Nest Basket and eggs, 10c. Easter Basket s Large assortment priced at 10c and 25c. Eggs Of marshmal Iqw and jelly, various sizes and colors. Other novelties loo numerous to mention. New and lovely. Huyler's Gifts BasketsFilled with assorted nuts, hard candies and jars of jam. $5.00 and $6.00. Easter Lily C a n d y plant 8 inches high; pot filled with candy. Each, $1.00. Orange Blossom Six inches high. Blossoms filled with assorted candies. Priced $1. Miniature Plants iz inches high. Choco late pots, 25c. : Burftti-Naah Mazzanino Floor OOO Drug Specials Dr. Miles' Tonic, 89c. Dr. Miles Blood Turifier, 89c. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, 19c. Dr. King's New Discovery, 94c. Hagee's Cod Liver Oil, $1.29. Power's Asthma Relief, 39c. 2-qt. Red Rubber Fountain Syringe, 98c. Mecca Compound, large size, 98c. Haywood's Antiseptic Tile Ointment, 39c. , Tiz for sore; feet, 29c. Burfcai-Naah Main Floor OOO A New Book for Easter The Ideal Gift 'in the Favor of the King" is a book just out, by Hawthorne Daniel, former Omaha man. It is a story of' Coronado with , all the glamor and romance of that charming historical tale. BurgMt-Nath Main Floor "OOO Soap Specials Classic Soap, 5 bars, 23c With each five bars, one can of "Sunbrite" Cleanser FREE. Satur day only. 'No phone orders, no de- liveries, no mail orders. Burf eti-Nath Downataira Storo OOO Haif Bobbing Bring trie kiddies to Barber Bill's shop, where they may have their hair cut before they know it, and ride a horse at the same time. Every young man, no matter how young, and every little ''maid, will want to look his and her best on Easter Sunday.