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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1900.
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V. late as may 1 niccsary to wan on the tremendous tide of trade that will naturally center at
'bis store and extra preparations have been made for prompt service of everybody who comes.
All purchases made
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mornins; but oar
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Branch Office, 710 Locust Street, St. Louis, Ho.
Iiv the City.
MRS. COLFIIR OBTAINS LETTnRS
Mary F. Colfcr obtained 1-tters ' i!a-jii-Utratlon
ycstenlav on trio estate of 'Ultimas
F. Coi:tr, which Is valued at J),i'U.
ESCAPHD PRISONHIt CAUOHT-Jamcs
Byrne of No. SSK Eistcn avenue, v-h 3
caped from tha Worknoue October 2J, wlilio
ervlns a term on .1 eliarqe of ii;-turi.ing
the peace, was captured 1 it nUht at Urcni
and Ejiton a enues.
DECLINES TO ACCEPT AVIL,I-Mr.
Marj- Unara, widow of Thomas J I,yxi.im.
has declined to accept the terms of hir I.m
hand's will and has filed with tho l:-e mIt
of Deeds, a renunciation cf the pioWtiona,
clalmlns her legal dower Instead.
CAPITAL STOCK INCREASED Tha
Brown Shoo Company tiled jt.sterday witli
the Recorder of Decl-s nutlce of Incfase of
capital stock from , to Jl.C'0) The
entire J.OO Incrase lo paU In. T'i firm's
asbots are Jl.52b.7t2.3ti; Iiuillti, Z)slM.
INCOUPOnATED-Tho VInonhaler Shoe
Company, capitalized at JliOOv. jeterujy
filed articles of incorporation with th Re
corder of Deed. The stork I- dlUdcrt 'nto
1J9 rharrs cf M each, all paid in. Harry
. lnswnhiler holds sltty hhore-;, li jr. Vln
jwnhaler ten and J. H. Carroll llft.
0liciSERBECK ESTATE INVENTORV-An
brSontcrJ" of ,he i1"" of Ernst Oberbtck.
tKlBk. n probate jesterday, describes sevt-ral
.Ti3 ot rrai esiaie in m. j-oui., a liau
jRh-et in thirtj-two ncres of Ian J In St.
rJls County. Jlissouri. a half interest In
. tract of land In St. Cliarle. Conntv. Mis
souri, and n personal estate of t;i.7W7.
PLEADS SELr - DEFENST William
Bank, the negro who Fhot and killed Artio
Hawkins, another negro, at Twelfth and
Vah Ftreets October C. 1639. was returned
to St, Louis last nicht bv DetectKe Georgu
Badger from Galeburp, III. Banks deel lies
that the killing was done in sclf-defenie.
StTPOSBD SUICIDE GONE An ambu
lance I?st night was called to No ,ZT.
South Seventh btrcet. wheie It was f.iM th it
a man named Joi-eph Jle-lclros had at
tempted to commit ulelde by sn.illonln?
one-half of the contents of .1 tw-o-nunca
IaI of carbolic acid. When tho ambul incu
arrived Jledeiros had cone. Tho pollco of
the Third District are looking fur him.
WORKINGMAN ' DIES S1IDDENLY-A
man how name is bc)leel to be RHoy
was piekod up unconscious by the polic )
Yesterday at (iceor.'l and Walnut strro"s
Ho was taken to the City Hospital, win 10
he died at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. Ho
appeared to bo a worltlngman and worn
Plain but npat rlnthlnn- rrii.. nfima TM!.
Iwas written In fnV nn tht. tnlfn nf Ui
nsckband of his coat,
FELL ITtOM A CAR-Charlcs K Withall
Sexuil debility and private diseases of men havo broken up more homes. ca.ued
more domestic trouble and have been the underlying foundation for more divorces
than all other causes combined. A man who lacks sexual visor and vitality is like a
steam engine without fuel. All men who ara lacking in that most precious of man's
possessions perfect sexual strength and manly vigor can. if they so desire, have
the fire of youth rekindled, and can have their store of -vigor and vitality renewed
nd replenished as readily as an engine can be supplied with fuel.
Tha remedy lies In consulting and treating with Doctor Mllen, the master specinl
ist in-diseases of men. To those especially who have made the weary rounds of
treatment by so-called specialists, medical companies. Institutes, electric belts and
the like, without relief. Doctor Mllen extends a cordial and urgent Invitation to ton-t-ult
him. All who take his treatment artcr having failed to find relief elsewhere
will readily understand WHY HE CURES WHERE OTHERS FAIL. The difference
in appearance and character of the remedies used by him Is apparent with the first
dose, and oh, whit a difference In the effect- Instead of experiencing no relief, as
In other Instances, the speedv, almost magical influence of Doctor SIHen's treatment
l felt at once. You feel and real'ze that the remedies are benefiting )ou riirht from
the start, and in a very short time )ou find )our vigor and vitality restored to that
point where it eeiuals that of the most robust and healthy man in all the land.
DOCTOR MILEN also treats with equal success CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON.
STRICTURE. VARICOCELE PROSTATIC TROUBLES and ALL DISEASES of
tho MALE SEXUAL SYSTEM. His system of treatment for all diseases and the
medicines used are all original with him aid cannot be obtained elsewhere. In every
case he undertakes he will give a legal and binding contract In writing to cure or
refund the fee. Office hours: Dally, S a. m. to 5 p. m. Evenings, 6.20 to 8 p. m.
SUNDAYS. 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Consultation Free.
HOME TREATMENT BY MAIL.
A personal visit at the office Is always to be preferred, but for those who live out
has developed a s)ttcm of homo treatment by mail that is entirely his own. Write him
givo you his opinion by return mail, free of charge.
THPOhOPLC Mil Liy M H 80
ilEiVLwlE If 1 1 Um Km IH 9 Ifla Laj
Have been made on such lines Toys, Dells and Holiday Goods
where ve are overloaded. Every dollar's worth of these goods
must becleared out before the store closes Monday night, and
neither cost nor loss shall stand in the way.
We have endeavored to keep the stocks in all lines full
:uid complete up to the last minute so you cau come to
Famous to-morrow with the assurance that whatever you want
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IE WILL BE mm MONDAY NIQHT
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of No CS-) Shaw .ftenue sustilned tetral
liml.se about the fare and head in falling
fiom the rear t latform of h Fourth street
cable car at Grard and Lafajette a enues
early esterdiy morning. In rounding tho
euno he lot his balance and fell to the
street. l' liceman Lttsbr of the Seventh
District ricked him up and agisted him
HIS ARMS KFI.I. OP PLVNDER Wil
liam Sulli.in. 13 oiry old. of No. lCS
lVauklln at'ntn. wa- arie-ted jt-ierdiy
rvenliirf by O.Ilcer I.jueh of the Fourth I)l--trlei,
while running ilo.vn I'rankll.i menu
with an arm full of canned poods i-natchrd
from tl'e how whdow of Sim I.em, nt
No. 1&0 Franklin .ivenu". He is hUJ at tin
Carr atreot hunion on a Charge of petit
IN.IFREI) IN A COLLISION DinM Dcn
1st of No ' South Broadwav was palnful
Iv injured In collision with :i -trtct car c
terdav morning He was lrllni: south on
Broadway, when car .n I'M ran Into tho
re.'r of the wagon, upettlnir it and tliroA
In him Into tlie street. H was bruised
r.ijfii 1 th left hip and left arm. The hor-9
eseapeil Injury, but the wagon was eonHd
crably the wor-s for wear.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT-Emplovf.
of the Whitman Agricultuial Company mt
last night and a lapted reolutiors In re
spect to the intmorj of William II. Gre'ii.
foiemnn of tln m-h5rlcal depTrtment. who
ilpd e.-terday afternoon. Tho deceased
w.11 41 ar! old. and had been foremin of
th fhops for fix ears. A wife and two
cllldnn Minhe him. The funeral wl.l
take plico to-morrow at 1 o'clock, at No.
3J23 South Dakota str"e:.
FALL RESCLTEU IN DEATH-Georgo
KiKfer of No. T01 South Broadway, a
teamster, who was run over by Ills? wagon
n Di-cember 9. died jcstPnlay at the City
HoHjiIral. Kuestr had stepped upim the
singletree to catch a rein, and his hores
bad started suddinly. throw iag him under
tho wagon. He was taken to the City IIo
pltnl. Tho Injuries were not. 111 tho
opinion of tho hospital dlctors. cuch as to
produce death, but blood polsonlns set In
and could not ba combated.
McELROV WAS RELEASED John I.
McElroy. a tailor, employed by ths Schwab
Clothing Comrany. was a defendant In tho
Da ton Stn-et Pobco Court )e-sterday morn
ing, charged with disturbing the peace of
Leon l'.Iumlrg. an auctioneer, empIo)od at
No. 71o Franklin nenue. Blumbtrg testi
fied that McElroy entered his shop and
ejued trouble by declaring that the goodi
In tho store did not bear union labois. Mc
Elroy stated thnt he simply asked if any
good labeled with the trades union label
were for sale. McElroy was released.
IN THE COUNTY.
On :i warrant for assault to kill i3i:rd
by Justice J. Will Barron nf Webster
Grnts .it tho instance of J-ln Broun nf
Webster tJnney, Edward Anderson was nr
restil I ito on Friday night by Mni.-'li.il
Nneo. The mn had troub'o over Brown's
wife, and Anderson Is alleged to have tired
William Clomer. tho vagrant who was
arrested on Friday by Marshal Nace of
Webster Groves for tampering with the
W it 3 if 1
7 hVs IS
Another bin lot of
r.il!w'ivuit h lights, was tried liefore Jus
tice if fffe I'eace J. Will Barron at Webster
vesterdav and senteneed to thirty davs In
Edward Anib'rson of Web-der Groves
vas committed to theCI.i)tn Jail to await
trial on Deeember 1'7 en a charge of as
sault with intent to kill, picfernd b) Jesc
Bronn Both Anderson and Broun ale
W l. Rockwell veste-rdav swore out
two warrants ngaiu-t Louis Saltz one ehar
ging him with sttaling about Jlo vv rth of
vlre f r in the Suburban Railroad Con.piny
and the oth r with carr)Ing -omnled
weapons. Siltz Is now lmked in the CUy
ttui Jail, aw iltlng a preliminary hearing.
Tho Manchester German Evangelical
Lutlur.in church will sivc n ClrNtmis
entf rtainnunt to-morrow eviuing Tnt-riiy
evening there will be one at the Ballwlu
SV E Church, and Thursday evening at
the Manchester M. E. Church. South.
ART, BRILLIANCY AND BEAUTY.
A Ksii'f Colk'i'tion of Diamonds,
.Icwk'iy and Objects of Virtu.
Such a sccre of grandeur, beaut), bril
l!.iue) ami art Is raril) seen as is present d
in the grand holld ly exhibit of the Mcrmod
& Jaccaril Jewelry Company, Broadway and
locust strei t.
To one who. like tlio wilter. ha not in
speete.l the establishment, the collection Is
nothing short of a revc l.ithm. The diamonds
in lln-ir -upoib niountiiics i!rg, brooches,
stud, diadem-, tiara- and necklace" vvliieh
.ne lit to be worn by I 'iincs.es, must en
gage the attention cf even tho most casual
observer, and tlv-y fairly entrance the lover
of diamonds an! beautiful jewelr).
Tl.e wateh exhibit Is a rurprNe for the
number, variety and beauty of the time
pieces shown. There aro thousands of
walehcs for ladies and gentlemen, ranging
from a liov's watch at $10) to a Uehca'e
ill iniond-studcd ch iflaine for .1 lady at
The blight buniNlitel silverwares and
chaste stimulating eut glass, tho line eut
lery, the beautifully har.u-de-corated cliina
v;ires, dinner, fish and gime s-ti, chop and
course sets, chocolate sts, from world
famous potteries, the JJrdlnleres, the fern
dishes, the umbrella stands of line porcelain
and the mjRiillWiit collection of clocks,
never fill to boll captive the eyes of tha
The art wares, on tbe art balconv. and in
the spe-cial art room In the basement, it It
no exaggeration to sa), form a llr.tr collec
tion than many a pretentious art gallery
contains. Glorious maible and biouzp stat
uary from the most renowned studios of
Paris; ro)al Vienna ami roval Dresden
vases, hanu-decorated by artists of- Inter
national renown; exquisitely beautiful paint
ings on porcelain, inclosed in Florentine
frames; mini itures of famous court beauties
painted on capper all these works of art
and many others combine to form a rarely
beautiful collection which every lover of art
should see and visitors are nlwa)s welcome.
That the pee-ph; of St. Louis appreciate
the merit of thc-se lino wares is abundantly
in evidence by the crowds of wll-drcssed
l.UIes and gentlemen who throng the estab
lishment all day. It Is notb table that tin
ladles ale In the nujorit), all Imjlurr Christ
mas gifts for the loved ones at home and
abroad, and tho thought suggests Itself that
the sterner -ex should set about reciprocat
ing. fanilldsite fur ennte f'liaplnlu.
The Reverend W T Campbe'll. pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Jefferson Clt),
is a candldato for the pcesitlon of chaplain
of tho S'nate. The Reverend Mr. Campbell
arrived In St. Loujs vesterdiy. He spent
sc viral hours In the lobby of tho Lacledd
Hotel looking up his fences. The Reverend
Mr Campbell was burn In Arkansas. H
removed to Greene- Countv In 1SUJ and husi
since been a resident of this state. He has
hllod pulpits in several cities in Missouri
and occupies: a. high po!llou In church
!, natra to Mlnsnnrl River Points
la Mlnsuurl 1'acifli- llnllnny.
Trom St. Louis to Kann.s City. IS 30;
Iyavenworth. $9 23. Atchison. JJM; St.
Joseph. $3 00. Tickets on sale December 22,
".. 24, 25 and 31. 1S). good for return up to
and including January 2, 1001.
: i i'
The only iiperla
Ut In St.
cured men onl)v tt
liu Been M
of the rlty and are unable to call Dr. Mllen
candidly concerning )our troubles and he will
0I1" st s-w-Cor- f Eish,h st-
Dlrtftlr tsiir Pm. Oiii, ST. LOUS, 10.
MILES. M. D.
CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES
IN ST. LOUIS CHURCHES.
Archbishop Kain to Pontificate at First Mass in Old Ca
thedral Carefully Prepared Music to Be Rendered
at All Services in the Cit'.
With solemn wrvlees ami e.irefull) pre
pared music. Christmas lu v. Ill be ob-Merve-d
in ininy St. Louis churches with
spcelal alt. -nil. ill Soire of the churches
will bold tl ir festival cerrsta to-u iv. pro
grammes nf these having l'n published ai
)estircl.i)'.s Republic- Tin nioro tint ibb of
the mtv lees for Christmas Day and other
ilivs of the hedlday week will be found be
low. CATHOLIC CHURCHES
ST. I.Ol IS CATHEBRAI.-Tlie Chil'tmas
service"! at the t '.itheilr.il. In Walnut street
In tn e'en Sec-mid and Third .sheets, will l
mere til m usually el ibontle this )iar The
work of repainting, dee orating and furnljlt
Ing. which lias been going em for several
month'. Is now completed ami 1 much nd
mireel, li. lug eif a cbirieter te height.. n the
e'ffect of gi.ireleur of the massive walls and
pillars. On I'hristmis Day in .s- s will bo
said continuously from 5 to lO.'J) n'clnek At
the first, ma's hit Graee, Andibishup J. .1.
Kai'i, will pniitllliate, and will be assNteil
li) Mgr MuehMepcii, V. G. the Very Rev
e ren I F V Nugent, president of Kenrlek
Si miliary; tliei Reverend J. J. Tannr.ith,
Chancellor of the Archdiocese; tho Rever
end Father Eugene Cojle, pastor of the
Cathedral, thu Reverend Father M. J. Tay
lor, assistant pastor at the Cathedral; s-m-lu
irians from Kenrlek Semliiarv, alcolytes
nnd censor bearer. The papal blessing will
be given after tills miss.
At POi o'clock solemn high mass will 1m
celebrated, with Archbishop J. J. Kain pre
siding. The Revereml Eugene Cole, pastor
of tho Cathedral, will bo celebrunt, assist
ed by Mgr. Muehlslepeii. V. G.. the Rever
end J. J. Tannratli and the Re-vercnd Fa
ther M. J. Taj lor. The Very Reverend F.
V. Nugent will preach the sermon. Bene
diction of blessed sacrament will follow
The music will be under the direction of
1'iet'essor D. S. D Lisle, the Cathedral or
ganist and choir master. At thu first mass
at 3 o'clock the music will lie rendered by
Mrn. F. A. Tnrrence. toprano, Mis h'.iilio
Collins contralto; Mr. I". A. Torrencc, ten
or; Mr. J. O Bohmer. basso, with organ.
At th.i last mass, lit 10.20. the full choir binl
Instrumentalists will be. Si-pranos. Mrs. F.
A. Torrencc. Mrs. N. Broivn. Miss Mar
garet Wuiker, contraltos, Miss Sadie Col
lins, id 1, .M, Cuitman, Mary Torrencc; ten
ds. Messrs. 1. A. Torrence, Alfred M.
Baker; bassos, Messrs. J. A. Bonnier, L. K
Diic-ttlug. V. 11. Dawlc); Miss Corallo J.
DciLIkU. violinist; Mr. Joseph Colona, vio
linist; Mr. J. 1 Scharr. lluust; Sennr J. R.
Fiueroa. oboe; Mr. W. 11. Reynolds, clar
ionet, .Mr. Dean T. Rogers, cornet; Mr. A.
II. NorrK eornet, Tno programme fol
lows: First mass, at I a. m.:
I'lclU'llum in 1J lUt (for organ).. II..1I'..
L'eeei ac rdos l.lle:n ..l-iai'ls
Soel.lli Hits IUMn
Vent e i.ettir Almnrit
en-rli.ller Adestei KlJ-te rr. Noe!l.
l.e-vetfuieiual in c (fur ordU..............OMrk
Uaii ii!4as at lO.j u. in.:
I'lv.uaiuin lektlval (for or(,an) Thajer
.cci seecerdOd Llc'lasle
"luelftn u Moult
cjn.ltulr-A.K-Me I'td. !c urr. .No.cilo
O haluurls U;n fur la UelaFlei
Mr J U IKit-mcr.
lartum Etko In 1 ..l,amblllcltti
Liu.ute lMjinliium eirrgoruin
beeeesl. r.eel 1 uniuical )larcb.
ST. AGNKS Catnohu church. Sidney and
Sab-ire stree.s, will observe tliu follow intf
piugramme on Chrislnuis Day: 'Hie lust
mass will lie observed ut ii o'clock, being tho
solemn high inns-., the Reverend J. J. 'lann
ruth. eelcorant; tho Reverend J A. Collins,
elcueon, and a Franciscan FatheT as sub
eleaeon. Clmaroa's -fraud military mass
will bo rendered. Then lollow masies at 6,
T, b, S.S0 o'clock, and at ID 15 o'clock there
will be another hlgn muss, when Prince
Ponl.itoii'kr.s great mass Is to bo sung. St.
Agnes's choir Is considered one of the best
In the city and is composed as follows. So
praiius MUs Agne Cowan, Mrs. Henry
hluvcrs, Mrs. J. Nuesen, Misses) Dim Collins,
Nora Collins and Edith Salter. Altos Miss
I -aura Cowan, Mrs. Chantl, Mrs. cluss. Mires
Laura John"on. Bassoa Mever.. Henry Sie
vers, George Schmltz. Ill 7.1ka and Eman
uel Garcia. Tenors Me-s-er. J. J. Hloenker,
Charles E. 11. Bluene und Joseph draper.
Iho benediction of the blessed sacrament
will be given at the cluse of the 10.15 service.
ST. LAWRENCE (J'TOOLE'S Church
will observe Christmas ns follows. First
high mass at IJto a. in., the Reverend Mar
tin O'Brien, celebrant; the Revereml John
Godfrey, deacon, anil u. student of Kenrlek
Seminary, subdeueon. A succession cf low
masses will follow .it C, 7, S and 9.1. o'clock.
Tim bocond solemn high mass will tako
id i-a at 1O.20 a. in, tho Reverend M. S
Brc-nii.in. celebrunt, the Reverend J. J.
Brne. deacon, and a student of the seml
nirv as suheleacon. The Reverend John
Godfrey will preach tha sermon. lh sanc
tuary b0)s. numbering forty, will enter
singing tho beautiful Christmas h) inn,
"Adesto Fidells." The music, under tho
direction of MNs Agnes Klnnerk. organist,
will consist of Clmarosa's military mass; at
offertory, Venlto Ailorcmus, for the choirs,
with organ, violin und flute accompaniment.
on New Year's Eve, solemn hlih mass
wlil be celebrated at midnight, tno Rev
eiend M. S. Brennan, celebrant, tho Rev
erend J. J. Byrne, deacon, and tho Rev
ereml John Godfrey, subdeacou.
VISITATION Immediately preceding the
4 o'clock mass. Miss Nelllo Brown will
sing. "O Holy Night," nfier which hluh
mass will be celebrated, and a full choir
will render Millard's K)rle mid Agnus Del,
Brown's Gloria and Cre-do and Peter's Sane
tus ami Beneellctus. At the offertory, GII
slnn's Venlto Adoremus vvlll be given with
two choirs. Tho children's choir In the dis
tance will be accomi anlccl with mandolins
nnd violin, and In the grand choras both
choirs unite with Instruments.
The soloists will be: Messrs. Artist nnd
Schwcpker, Misses Brown. Cuilcn. Furling.
Shea, Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. McEvoy. The
choir 1h composed of tho following mem
bers: Sopranos, Mlss.-s N. Brown. I Cullen.
L. Furling. N. Sheu. G. O'Malley. M)crs
and Mrs. Kelly; altos. Miss M. Mien and
Mrs. McEvoy: tenors. William MrHcnry
nnd P. Schwepker; bassos. Messrs. M Train
and Artist, mandolins. Misses C. Cudmore,
A. Carroll nnd J. Kern In, Master T. Kenny;
violin. Master T. Biiffuno.
At 10 -30 o'clock solemn high mass will be
celebrate el. at which the same music will be
ST. MALACHY'S-At the 4 o'clock mass
the music vvlll be fuml-hed by the Yo'ins
ladies' Sodality. At the 10 20 nriss the ren
elltlon will be bv the following singers, fco
pianos, Msse Helen Elmer. Agnes Conuell.
Marin Dulm. Susie Harnett. Rosa Connor
and Mrs. ov L. Erlckson; altos. Mrs. T. M.
Grant and Misses Genevieve Deffry. '"tin
l-lagg and Katie Scnulan: tenors, C. J. Mul
ligan. A. E. Stoll and William A. Goldber?;
bassos. T M Grant. Conrad Roeder. Jamej
O'Neill anil II. c. Co. orFanlst. .1. P. Grant.
The responses will be sung by the choir nf
sr. FRANCIS XA VI KitThe Chrlstmui
programme Is as follows. Four o'clock u. m .
solemn high mass; "Pilgrim's Choirs "
Wagner; march from Lrnore fcjmphoi.y. J.
Raff; "SaenM Heart Mass." Gounod: of
fertory. "Adesto Fblell"," Novello; pnatlude:
Tempo Dl Mlnuitto," Gullmant. At 100
a. m. solemn high mass; organ pielude;
march. Lachmer; K)rle. Gloria and Credo,
Guilman. sermon, the Reverend Father Ot
tlng. S. J.; offertory. "Adeste Fidells," No
vello; "Grand Choeur," Gullmant. Alex,
llennemaii. director; A. A. Welsenfleld, or
ganist. fcT TERESA'S will have the following rr
der of services Christmas da : Before mass
children's voices, sinrlng "Adste Fidelia" ;
fi a. m. the grand Italian mass will be ren
dered bv a full choir, with the following
solLsts: Sopranos. Mrs. P. T. McCJi.vnn.
Misses Etta Moloney. Mary Devoy. Gene
vieve Fitzgerald. Ittle Lester. Rose Dana
her. Mnrv livton and Katie Walsh: altos.
Katie Smith. Llllie Fitzgerald. Angela De
voy and Mls Bergin: tennis. .Messrs. P. T.
McGljnn. J. McCarthy and Harry Codv;
ba'so.s. J. Schulte. F. Dougherty. At of
fertory, "Venlte Adoramus" by the three
ST. LEO'S Solemn liluh mass will be
celebrated at 4:20 a. m. The church will be
beautifully decorat-d anil l') sanctuary chil
dren will march In the procession. The
sermon will be preicheel by Father Harty,
and tho choir, under the direction of Organ
ist Joseph Goepfert, will sng Wlegand'3
mass, composed in honor of St. Patrick.
The memtiers of the choir are: Sopranos.
Mrs. w. W. Depp. Mrs. M. Lehramm. Miss
A. Hartenbach, Miss Josephine Dusard and
Miss C. Guide: altos Misses K. Dusard. A.
Wcedman. M. Guide. M. Dusard and
Blanche. Jenks; tenors, Messrs. E. M. J.
Hartmann, c. Rimer and II. Guide: bassos.
Messrs. j. p Hcllrung and John Bls-hoff.
The same choir will sing Haydn's Sixteenth
Ma's at 10:30 h. m.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY ANGELS The
Reverend Father Brown, S. J., will prenih
the sermon at tho principal service. 10 a.
in., and the choir, under the direction of
Professor A. C. Elmer, will render Mozart's
Twelfth Mass: offertory. "Adeste Fidells,"
Novello; lienedlctlon. "Tantum Ergo," Lam
billotte: "Magnificat," Mozart.
s?. ViNCIiNT'S Th yrctramme for
Clnlstmas Day Is as follows: 4 4 a. in.,
'Stilie N.-.clit. Heilige Naght." by saretn
ar) bnvs' e hnir; I..Vi a. m., .Mez.irt' "Gloria
In Exe e bis I. n '; .". a. m , "Imp. rial M es."
bv llii)du, sermon by e.ne nf tie missionary
fathers, offe rtnry, "Aeleste I lib I s," No
vell... s ,ti a. m, "Grand MIlit erv Mis,"
Cimrrnsa, s riiiini In German, inls;.!.iti.iry
father, nrferlory; masses even- half hour
Ui to 1120 a. in.; at 2.10 i. in., vesper,
Elmer's King D.ivll. Ineluuing the M ignill
eat. "Alma Kedcmplnils" In Gregorian, by
Kain. "o Silutaris." by Parapon ejun et;
"Tantum Ergo." Goeb.
HOLY NAME CHURCH will be derointed
with imttrn plantH anl palm' Solemn hlh
mass will 1m ee'ebr.itei! at Z ei'cleiek Chri-t-mas
morning, followed by two low masses
in suene-sslnn. At S rind ' n'el.i k the other
low masse.s will be offered, and :.t 10 e'cliH.k
a second olemn high mas.s. ,t the first
nia.s Father Tallim will preach on "The
Nativity of Our Bless, , Lord." The choir
at this mass will be asiste. h) Profe-.ssnr
and Mr. t ym ohm. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Bnllmiii. Mrs. llemy Iturg. Joseph Saler
anl Fieel J. Doerr. and will slug Glorza's
Mass. Gilstnn's "Venlte Ailcrenius" aid tho
traditional "Adeste Fidells." At thelOo'cIo'k
mass M.crzu's FlrM Mass vvlll be renilered.
The names, of those ccmimsing the regular
choir urn ns follows: Soprano". Misses
Margaret Rherldnn. EIizabth McCarthy.
i:ugenlii Chevrelot. Rose Illbrlght. Gene
vieve Corry. Mnthlldi Malum. Margar t
Conely. Kate Wall. Jenrle L)ng, Kate Mc
Gllllgan. Ire-no Brown. Stella O'llrlen, Stella
Ahearn: altos. Ml'ses Ida do Narcy; Katie
Malu-r. Ellso Chevrelot, Gene vleve Ge-aghan.
Lisle Shea: tenors. Messrs. Charles F. Heer,
Anthony Heckenkamp. William Spain. Mi
chael Clocmey; bassos. Messrs. John J.
Morun. John F. Martlneau. Edward A.
Clooiian, Joseidi Ing. Robert Rlgley, Wil
liam Patterson; Miss Bridget I'. Cloonan.
ST. BRIDGETS The choir will render
farts of Gouno'l s "Cimarosa" and grand
talinu mass nt the Christmas morning
service. At the offertory the sanctuary
boys will sing "Glory to God." by Ko-l.
At communion, a chorus of thirty voices
will slug "Venite Adoremus." The choir
Is composed of Mrs. Mjmle Dunn Hiinini
way. orgnnlst; Misses Flahcrt). Conway,
GIenn ami Kenne, sopranos; Misses Ryan,
O'Fallon und Dunn, alios; Joseph Flynu and
J Br) an. fnors, and William Nash, J. Mc
Dcunugh and J. Hogan. basso".
ST. ALPHONSUS'S-IJefoic: the 5 o'clock,
and alse the 10JO o'clock, mass Chrlstm is
mcrnlrg. the Ikivs' :.ane tuiery choir will sing
"Adeste Fleleles" and nthe r Christmas car
ols. Mercadante's eelebrated mass In B
flat will bi rendered with the nrchestr.il ac
cnmpanlment. At the offertory Gilsinn's
"Venlte Adoremus." for three choirs, choir
of angels, children's choir and choir proper,
will Is rinderesl under the direction of tho
organist, Ixiuts J. Dubuque.
Many of the Episcopal churches of the
city will have Fpec-lal service on Christmas
day. among which are the following:
EMMANUEIy-Old Orchard has arranged
for the following special holiday services:
Midnight service. December 21. William M.'
Jenkins, organist: processional; kvrie.
Gained: Gloila Tlbi, e.ouiiod; lijinn; offer
tory. "Naztretb." Gounod; "Sanctus,"
tenor solo ard chorus. Gouncd; "Renedlc
tus." soprano solo and chorus. Gounod;
"Gloria In BxccMs." Hunt: "Nunc Dlmlt
tis." Stalner: recessional hjmn.
Chrlstman Day, 11 h. m.: Proer.ssbnal;
"Venlte," Webb; "Gloria." Webb: "Te
Deum," Buck; hymn: offertory. "Sing. O
Heavens." Tours; recessional lijmn. It Ins
also been decided to hold the second month
ly evcn-soi.g January . and an elaborate
piogramme has been arranged for tho occa-
ElCHURCH OF THE REDEEMER-Tho
following music will be rendered on Christ
C.Iorla Patrt Warren
Te Deum-Fl-stlval HufK
.tubllats in I major Wajre-i
Gloria Tlht .....Jacobs
Alienee Kli3ele IortcMlIi
shout lh GUd TlJInRs Avium
Holy Night Adams
ellorla In Eicelnlj A-ti'tcn
ST. MARK'S The Christmas Day pro
gramme Includes: Postlude. "Hallelujah
Chorus." Handel; processional, "Hark, tho
Herald Angels Sing"; anthem. "Sing. O lo
Hesvens." Tours: Te Deum In F. Tours;
Jubilate in D.. Wagner; offertory. "Holy
Night." Adams; recessional. "Ancels From
Realms of Glory." Tim mu"!c vvlll bo ren
dered bv a vested choir of thirty voices.
The Stindav school of St. Mark's will have
a Christmas entertainment Friday. De
cember 2X. at T:W P. m.. In the hunda)
Fel ool room. U ndeiltlon to a spec! ii rro
cramme. Santa Claus will arrive with present-,
candy and good things for nil.
TRINITY The choir will render the fol
lowing programme at midnight. Christmas
Eve. and 11 a. m. Christmas Day:
i'hrl-tus Xatus Iln-'Ie , ,,.
lrtmtt-film Mil. O Ionl. Our Governor.
Kv-rle Agutt'r's r-.Ice. IS flat.
Kcrle s-hort form.
Alleliili s'equenee Hymn tl. Tli Slrain
Cf.ral ef Jov and rralse.
e:tocm TIM- Glerv tl to Tliee. O Inl...Altltter
efotia.--Vr.lse i?e ,n Thee. O CJirlu 'sutler
livmn CV-Al-Efls ITom tie K.-alrns of
Otri.rtorl7rn-Antl.eni f-tni?. o Heavens Gaul
Mirium Corila snd I'reface IMiln souir.
s..ni-tu ar.l Heneellctus iE ,.I-
AKniii Del AsMwr
e". riniuii. n hmn. 2'
Nun.. Dlmlttls-rialn sonir.
Ilceile-nxl-Hntk. th- He-nil -kneels Slrg.
s;t PHILIP'S The choir will give the
following proKr.ii.itn" on e'hristmns Day:
t 10 20 a. m.: iTOcrssmnal, "Arise. Shine,
for Thy Llcht Is Come." Buck: Venlte:
Psalter and Gloria Tlbl. Bacon: Te Deum
Festival In E fiat. Buck; Jubilate Deo in
E flat. Harnett: Kyne Elelson. Hodges;
Glorl i Tlbl. Paxton: sermon: Gloria P.itrl,
Crotch: offertory. "O Holy Night." Adams
Buck: Sanctus. Cnrridge: Gloria In Excel
ss; Xnno Dimlttis. chant: recession it.
"e'.lorv to Gol in the Highest." Cooke. The
eboir"wlll Iw composed nf Ml-se II irrlct
Himilton, J. Winkle Woodruff. Mallei
Hamilton, Mar) Noble. Messrs. Clifford
Harwoo.1 Sam Mowrev. Edwin lTeepnnl.
Wllllim Massoi. under direction of F.
Green, nrc-inlst r.n.l chi"riter.
sT. AUGUSTINE'S The following music
will be rendered Christmas morning:
erern veitunl irv.
Io-esf tonal- llvrk' The llcral I AnrM
Mntf .. . - - .....Menills"ein
Verllus nxultimos IJomln" Onmlsm
Te Ileum IMi.iaraeis Warre-1
Iiilllete IV. . VViern n
Ilrnn e i ome. All r Fattliful. .Iteeitlig
Kvrie !ei.on .. ... ... Tmrs
tl "U Tlbl Vlee.fl
l'Tie liarl. Wlial Mem Tl ce Ilolj
el"cs" . ... Geer
Vntliem mere Vers jhe; lterd l'fteuer
Ofle-tory ... Alien
CorhHrlieUe H'-in Itread of the World In
Mercv HrTTcen Hn.tes
Gloria In Hieefs's Did i'' ant
Nune IHmittls Tonus Ueglus
Iteee 0onal Hvmn edm mi the Ian'mm:
Car nf N'uht Dtke
enarlel ehelr Orranleit. Mls I'lv eiel.rane.
ST. GEORGE'S Organist Paul Mori an
nounces the following muic for the special
services Christmas morning:
eirg.in Pre luile Clirl-tmas Paul Mori
lrise.ilejnul llcrm 4J Adete ri 1 Us
Venlle- CI art Anthem Uel.'e
Tte IKuialVetlcal in Kb s-c,nrrL.(r
Jul.llt- l-e-tlvnt In ! llelil
fntroit Hmn st alenilsotiii
Kvrle In U Tours
Gloria TIM VVoudwant
Gratlus Till Woodnard
Hcr.m en Mnirt
UiTertor) Hulr Nixht AiUirr-ltu.k
Mr. Georae Havold and che.lr.
Acmi" Del Gunod
Giciia In Kvcrlt's Ellwanxer
Nunc lunilllis .Turle
ffecemiunal Hmn VVUMs
l'ostluae iTirlstmas Marcl Mirk-l
ST. PAUL'S. South, will have Its Stin
d.iy.school Christmas entertainment on
Christmas nlf,lit. when tliA following pro
grirminc will be given:
ei:an Voluntiry Miss Delia Klentz
Inc. cation Tho Reverend M. T. liaev
l'relulc and Owning Croius
..........Miss Lether Matthews. a'com'ianlt
Rcvltatlon Telling the thrlatmas Htorles..
Miss Jessie Uartraw
Seng Mlra Mvrtle Wenne-ker and Cherus
Molin holu Mr. Chart's VVhartrn
SVIectlon Primary Ipartni;iit
ViKalS-.l Mr. Al llreltt
Rrcltitlon Mr. Walter tied
ejoaitei s-hlne On. l'ethlehcni's star e-hlr
L.tlle Mcrs Items' CThorus
ltrlt.elli.ii Miss Alma Hec-k-r
s"on: Primary Dejartinent
e lo ire Song Chores
Distribution of iT-esciitf.
COOK AVENUE. SOUTH-The afternoon
Sunday school, of which Mr. R'ehard D.
Scruggs Is superintendent, will have Us
Christmas services in the church audito
rium on the evening of the Thursday fol
lowing Christmas, Decemler 27. Special
preparations have been made for the festi
val this )car. In addl'lon to the services
of the school there will to special mus.'c
Ly the regular church choir.
On Frldav evening the morning Sunday
school. William II. Harriotl superintend
ent, will have its Christmas services In tho
auditorium. Tho Epworth League expects
to havo Christmas services tola vventag ax
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ice will bu held on the cvcninc of Christ
mas Day. The programme will be ns fol
lows: Won-'erfcl Counselor.
loung People's Choir.
Merry Christmas I'ay.
Roly City Vdams
U. Ooerner. Miss 1- Ufe-n. II. F. l"fn. A.
MI-3 Ella Rail.
s,olo Xisht en the Plain"
Miss Rdna Ciinn!rgem.
Fhlne On. IVtaifhem's star.
loan,; lee l's Choir.
Cloister Hells Read
Man lolln Quartet.
Duet hIe"T. Little One Sleep Lnrtnz
eunie Itau, Florence Martin.
Ml-s Joer,hlne IJJemska.
Fust ejlirlstmas tonKp
"Vocng People's Choir
Songs After bllence.
LydK Lyman and Girls Cfcolr.
O Shlnlrg Light Vlaius
Angels' Sweet Itefratn Meredith
NEWS OF THE CITY CHURCHES.
Sjicfial Cliristnias Services to I!e
Pilgrim Congregatbnial Sunday school
will hold its Christmas entertainment Fri
day evening, Decemler tS. A Cbristm is,
cantata "All Hall to Santa Claus." will bo
given by the children.
Compton Heights Christian Church Sun
elay school will render a cantata. 'Tho
Story of the Star." to-morrow evening. All
nations will be represented in rostume. and
the entertainmei.t Is designed to be both
patriotic and inlsstoinry.
Second liaptlst Church will have a
Christsnris carol service at lleaumont nnd
Locust streets this morning, anl a service
of Christmas ,t,nss to-night In Temple
Shaare Emeth. at Linden and V.indeventer
avenues. Following are the programmes:
Otnlnc lrals 1e Ilieot
escrol In the Fiel.'s . Farmer
Card Hard, tie lterall Anel Slnckley
e'erol Tho Joyful M n Ilopkliu
earol It ram Upon 'be lll-hilflit C!e.ir..Icke3
UiTcrtcry Carol culm on the far of NUIU.. Wlllli
Choir anl eTiortis.
Address bj- IKx-tor Heed The Xraas i-tory.
e'atol ilie cllaelsome TUlit,s...... fchackley
HroI Angels Frcm Oleirj Smart
Prelude. . . . l:i.lv
eei-eninr Itreftk Forth iferrUls
Tenia llien C. Coine. c Faithful IleaJln
Anthem- In tl.e liacs of Herod, the Kiig.. Salter
Christmas sorgpu Victory Neidlincer
llass Holo But Who M.e Ablrtee te Dar
of His Conun? tTlje jiesaUhi llani'I
Ileffvonse Gloria in Kie-elis.... .R V. Mc-lnlyre
Cfirlstrras Hjmn Jrj to the Worll llsnd'l
tifferton O er Ihe 111,1s of llethlehem ...b'-clK'r
Adilre'ss t.v Docler flvijel Th Ohrle-tmas
l'ewt Antheuie!. Omc. Keelefnier of Man-
lVntluil ... M. Infjre
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cTunninKham. soprt.ro. Mr Osear II Itoilnin.
eviitralto: cbarl s Humi-rirev. tencr. William M.
Porteur, lias, and 1. V". )lelntyre. organist.
Christmas will le celebrated nt Webster
Oroves CongrPBatlonal Church in two ser
vices to-day. The following singer: compose
the choir: Mmes. Koenoke. Iewls. Hart;
Mls Hury: Mcts-rs. Collins. Jaeger. Hutch
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Cl.orws Ureal. Fenh Into Jo ineenr.
bo.o Tru c.mit cniU CoombM
idr. CTiarles A. LeuL.
Qcartft There- Wwe eruhtrls VMUlan.
Organ Xreluae Orana larch From Leo-
Organ --herzo Gigout
Clan us "Its the lllrthday cf Our tfaivor.A ln.nt
Quartet There Were depherlj i-shnecleer
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Cirrus (tiith otllgato O Rely Nirht Adam
trolo Hail., tbe lierill Ani,eis blcg ILiwley
Mr. F. X. Koenek.
Quartet- Calm on the Limecmg Ear of
ejturua cirlstma3 Anthem Shelter
Central Presb)terlan Church will have tha
follov-ing special :naIe to-day: Morning,
cirartet. "Arte, Shine," Maker; duet,
'Christmas: emirtet, "Rethlehem." Bart
lett. In the evening, qmrtet. "Tha Birth
day of a. King"; solo. ' Cantlejue de Noel,"
llrank. The quartet Is compo-ed of Miss
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alto; Charles Uralnenl. tenor; Rockwell
Rrar.k. bass, and Miss Mabel Ross, or
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"WsshlnRton. Dec. ri. Forecast for Sunday an.1 '
iiea.tiiji. much crolder Sunday, vlth rain, prob
ably tuniirg Izto mow In northern pcrttn: Mon
ilav. fair. Meh soutf-erlr vlnii. shifting t
Iowa, collier Sunuav. with fair in western and
rn - In ca.tcra portion; alonday fair; northerly
. aurl. collier Funday. with fair In western
ard rain or snow in es:em portion; Monday,
fair: winds, becoming nurtheily.
Nebraska ecd Kaasas. fair bunday and Moo
daj . northerlv veladd.
Arkonaas. fatr and colder Sunda): Monday,
fair. northMterI) winds.
OkI-ih-ma and Indian Territory, fair Sunday
find Monday; northerl wind".
Ft. Louis. Saturday. Dec. r. 1.
bea m o.pin.
Ilironeter. inchej r.4S -9 jj
Thermemeier. dcBrees 44 53
Humidity Tie 7".
Mrectlon of winJ I3 S
Velocity of wind 17 II
W either at 8.ZJ a. li . eloodv; at ft 59 p. m..
cloudy. Mastcum temjierilure. :6; minimum ttm
Ieraiure. 43. Illver. 4 fet.
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Vlckheirg S -3 M m 72 .f floudy
Utile Iti.k SVV : ZZ W a .ISllear
)Iemfhls 2Z s) C4 .IS Jtaln
Xaslivllln S 3.;o J 6 elear
ni.ittanee.Ka . . ...K S.: M ix cloudy
lyitiisvll'e SK e hH S4 6n T.ear
Indlanaills SK :i Be lz r 1nu.ty
eln. l-irli -B . IZ M Clear
I'ltttburir SB r.'4 4 ta e'toudy
Parkfrbarg SK Zl 32 41 e .... near
C.ran.l Rvvcn si; ta.-j u, , .... noudy
Chlc-aKO SK ri..") tl Rain
Dubuque sc r.K R r; Rain
Havenport SK r XI Ut tz .... etonly
IV, Mnlies X SJ.S; M K Hatn
ii)nni:teiii. in 4 s n yt h .eti Rain
bt. Ixuls S ZM K &s .12 noudr
ealm Sll re V. f.) 63 .04 rloudT
Hirfm-nel I. JIo. . N'R 23.41 42 el .evi eioudy
Kansas City JCVV .4 51 54 .04 Rain
eimaha MV 23 . 2 4f .! fcnow
I!aplil Cltv 2.12 3? 3s
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