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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
THK HKBKU • The few most ttrrtllio* everts le Mi tmj hove reread aa material tor a count kre number of plays; and one of hM rlobeel Holds for draroatlo value—on abounding ta adventmr% battle, Mur breadth escapes, lore, treachery and pa trlotlem—ie that gallant, hnpele# straggle for freedom kaawa te hlstery a tbe "reek HebeMtnn of HOT CaiapwaMre ly few good plays haw been evolved rron tbla rtohstoretioBse of -ahwhrt, bot.*h Beet yet written Is beyond questbm lb Rebel*’, In which the poplar leWb eew Milan Andrew Mock, will an !?T Jefferson, on Th urea ay, Novemner ineo A STKONU STOCK COM PA N Y. The KokfneoD-UaVyne company froa tbe Umpire theatre, Buffalo, New York, will be tbe attraction at the Portland theatre thfs week In an extrnetre re per to Ire of popular and standard _Ple7" Charles rrohinnn' J great play The Pa re! Cart ' will be preeeated tmaocrae night with a strong cast and sptolal soenery. During tbe evening a number of blgb-uhus specialties will be seen COLORKD MlNSTMKLS A colored minstrel shew le about tl* brightest and beet type of the funniest thing In creation An Afro-American Is singularly adapted to run-making am innate Always happy whatwwc hla en vlronmeata may be—brltaful of a nature gift of inltaiory. and with an Inborn lov< of rlob, oheerful melody that Is as stroni within bun as le hie proverbial deslr for chicken and watermelon. Next r ri day and Saturday and grand sacred eon cert Sunday, November W, half a bun dred of these (lusty entertainers appea at the Jefferson under the title of Hueot and Hi Hand’s Original Nashville Stu UWUI-H, nilWU WHU «- —***-~ Carnival,and tb« event will be one of Mm most enjoyable here. In the amassment line, of the season. CULHANK, CBACK * WEBTON’i MINSTRELS. This tamoat organization will rank) their second annual appearonoo at tn Portland theatre Friday and Saturday li tbe first part on which there are groupe upon tiers that constitute the raised stag from the footlights back to the centre o tbe Btage proper, thirty ‘performers. In oiudlng singers, corned Ians. in uslelans am Tccallsts The FaM In which this tab leau Is set Is Ml at tract I Te one and U wel Illuminated, and the sliest It vwy strlk , *»»• THE FARLAND BANJO CONCERT A rich musical treat la listening to Mi Farland on the banjo will be one c* th events In society and will take place at Tuesday evening at Kotzsobmar hall What Mr. Farland can make the faen> accomplish Is wonderful and to bear Bae thoven nod Kehubert composition# too dered on this instrument lo indeed a fea which shows a genius Through the enterprise of Miss Annt ti. Bwasey Mr. Farland has come V Portland The concert merits a ver large audience. FUHTLAND FESTIVAL CHORUS Owing to the fact that the Y. M. C. A hall Is necessarily engaged for the weel of prayer tbe rehearsal of the Festlva Chorus on next Monday evening wll be bold at Preble ohapel, comer Cumber land and Preble streets—entrance ol Cumberland street. There has been suoh a great Increase lr membership and so much enthusiasm a tbe rebzarsils that the change In meetly place will undoubtedly make no dtfler once In attendance, as there Is ample no commodatlon at this pleasant little Min ah. Mr. MoUouldrte has kindly loaned t tine baby grand piano for the evenng ant a large and satisfactory rehearsal is ex peeled THE CADET GIRL. “Tbe Csdet Girl' Is tbe musical coined: produced at the Herald Square theatre New York, last summer, by Mr. A. H Chamberlyn, manager of the Columbia theatre, Boston, and Its trluphant sue cess over every conceivable obstacle tha could be thrown In Its path by rlvalrous New York managers and their syrapa thetlo critics Is nows matter of theatrics history. For seven weeks of the bottos) weather of tbe year It turned away peopli at almost every performance,and the ortt h» were compelled to acknowledge that It was the most magnificent production of a musical comedy, with the handsom est scenery, richest costumes and great est company of star comedians and sing ers yet seen la this country. MBS. CARTER IN ZAZA. Messrs. Cahn and Grant announce tin engagement of the great New York pro nlfloentty balance! cart, headed by that strong emotional scirski, Mra. Leslie Carter. Mrs Carter In Zaza has been booked tor Monday and lueaday, Ue eember 11 and hi. UK. AKCHER’S RECITAL. The recital at the First Unlversallst ohorob, Thursday evening of this week, when Mr. Frederic Archer win play up on tbe new organ recently Installed then, la an event to which lovers ot the noble and Inspiring music ot the organ art leaking forward with pleasure The fol lowing will he the programme: Fantasia on the Tune “Hanover,” hi. U. Leman a Pastorale. J. Jonges b. Scherzo, E. Uigout Fantasia, J. Callaerti Marche Hellgieuse, A. Hoellmann Concert Kendo, A. Hollins Theme an J Variations, Tsohalkowsfcy (“Mozart lan a. “) Poeme bymphonique, iSaln-Paons ‘’Le Kouet d. Omphale." Finale (Ottetto) Mendilesohn a. Berceuse “Quand tu Chantee," Uounod b. CantUene Pastorale, W. Wolstenholme Overture "Tannhauser," Wagner NURSING MOTHERS want Scott’s emulsion ot cod liver oil, almost without ex ception- So before they get to be mothers, eating for two is no small tax, continued for months. The emulsion not only is food itself; it gives strength for digesting usual food. If the milk is scanty or poor, the emulsion increases supply and enriches quality. Well send yes » liulc to try U y«u Bke. •COTT & BOWNlt, 409 1W mew, New York. What Shall W« Han for Dossart ? Title <|wnttrm arises In thefamtly every day. Let us answer It today. Try Jell-o, . a delicous and healthful dessert Pre pared In two minutes. N* betting! no baking! srmptv add bnl ing water and aet to cool, tfleenrs:— l.etnon. Orange* * Raspberry and Strawberry. Uet a peak, ' ape at your grocers todsr. 10 eta lUK UUNOA1UAN BAND. We are pleased to kuow that we will | have an opoortunlty to Helen to another Conorrt by the Hungtrlaa bend, who at ml lovers of innate during the peat sum mer. Let ns hope that a large number of people may taka tbte oeeaelso to welcome Mr. Matas by being per seat at Haeo on Sunday evsnlag. See advertisement among the amniiiimunts MODERNtH 1V A LK Y. Wes taw ashjnl ess Watch afro. War. gtr of nibtoarl SpoAio l<M< Evening. At tbe Second Parish ehuroh last night the speaker was Mrs. Nellie Barger of Missouri. She Is one at the younger V. O. 1. O. leaders who la to make a trip through Melee, speaking particularly on the personal purity plank In the V. C. I T. U. platform, lira Burger la not only i pretty and attractive aa a woman, but sbe is singularly gifted aa a speaker. She bee ! a mualeel rotes which le strong enough - to fill tbe largest auditorium aad her manner t* so pleasing that she hnlae the [ aloeest attention or he* hearer*. Tonight •fee is to deliver another address to the young man and women of Portland at the Friends-' church, and undoubtedly many l of those who hard this bright woman speak last night will avail themselves ot another oppm-tunity to listen to her. , After the opening ezeiolsee, conducted ! by Her. Heflin x. Hack, the pastor of I the ohuroh, Mrs. 1>, M. N. Stevens, the j president of the National W. C. T. U., Introduced Mrs. Burger. Mrs. SSevsas L spoke at earnest workers hi this cause ot - a quarter of a century ago, few of whom 1 are today alive to carry on the great work which this organisation at women hue undertaken. A younger set at workers have use to take the plan ot these who • have laid down the wan pons which they * wielded no well and among them la Mrs Burger. , The speaker of the evening said many pleasing things about Portland and her - welcome here and then plnnged at once i Into her subjsot. She spoke on chivalry , which she said Is no less apparent among i the man of today than it was among the knights of old. The armor of the knight of today Is not of gold, or silver or o( . Iron, but righteousness. Km bio zoned on the shield of the modern knight are the words, "I will endeavor to treat all women with respect and protect them I from degradation. I will treat every I man I mother, wife, sister and daughter as 1 would my own should be trsuted.” She said chivalry was a liod given legacy to every man, bat that It Is oftentimes driven out by false education. The epeak . er made an earnest appeal for the women , and especially the young women of ' America to make a stand against Impure language, profanity and ooarse Jest. She ■aid that It laid In the power of the women of today to prevent young men from using impure language and from drinking liquor It they would but assert themselves. She also made an eloquent appeal for one standard of purity for men and women. Today there Is the Bible standard by which women are measured ' and co idemned, and another standard es tablished oy society by which men are meaeored and condoned. She censured those women who turn from their midst the woman who had rallen, bnt give a smiling weloome to the man who was no ' less guilty. “It le an old aaying that boys must sow their wild oats but there is not a crop of wild nata sown by our boys that Is not reepsd with tears by some woman." The speaker moved her hearers ' to tours with her eloquence and carried conviction to their Hearts by her earnest words_ THE Y. M. C. A. Meeting eflhe State AaaoeflaCtou In Till* City SMtarday. A mMilvurnf thfl AiaodaMon of tbe Y. M. U. A. was held at the rooms of tbe Portland Y. U C. A. on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Theodore U. Johnson of this otty was In the chair and the secre tary was Secretary Garland of the Port land Association. Ropreseotattres were In attendance from ttrtaen oat of the six teen associations of the state. Tbe fol lowing state committee waa eleoted for the ensuing year: H. U. Day of Anbom, T. H. Johnson, J. H. True, E. T. Gar land of Portland; K M. Drew of Lewlo ton; J. O. Bloke, H A. Jordan of Ban gor; W. O. b’alljr, Jr., of Kook las d; President Ventres of the Colby Y. M. C. A , President J. Is Wilson of the Bates Y. M. U. A. A re presen tall re from the Bar Harbor association will De chosen to complete the oomialtf.se. A rery complete discussion on the needs In the state was had. It was Urn unanimous opinion that o more oggrea slre work should bo dona and a commit tee of three la to be chosen by the chair man of the stnta committee within the next three days to draw a plan for the ac tios. The committee will st onee meet and organize. The most of the delegatee are remaining In the otty today. MAHRIAGSS. Is Orfcuid. Nor. 1, Albert W. Gott sod Mill Martha Rsleo Gibbs. In Kden. Nay. 3, Murray W. Lurrey and Mies Lula A. Gray. la Lorsll, Oot. 31. Odalbert A Stanley ana Min Ortre A. Stanley. Id East Belfast, Oct 28. Carl J. Grottou and MIm Aloe M Grinded. la Lyman, Nor. 9. Freeman Allen of North Beretioh and Miss Maud Ot a In ItuT.-r, Nor. 1, Barry W. Warren aan Miss Lucinda Foss. In Bangor, Nor. 1, Charles H. Nason end Helen F. Crape. In H Or on. Nor. A Aaron Cast and Miss Ad dle E. Cute man. both Sumner. OLATHA In this city. Nor. 8, Mark Donahue, aged 66 years. funeral Monday morning at 8Jh> o'clock from No. 8 freeman si rest Requiem blob inns* m tbe Cathedsal at She Immaculate Concep Ion al 8 o'clock. In this «Uy. tlio Huh lust, Joseph, youngest sou of Patrick sad Br.i jet Lee.atm* 36. Funeral Monday u.oralng at 8.1u o'clock from No. to sooth street. Requiem Mgu moss a t St. Dominie's church at Os', lock. In C*ntie«le*d l enter. Nor. It, Miss Lattice Lord, aged at years 2 months. Fuueralthls Monday afternoon at 1 .ho o'elk bom tha Chaps! at Picasso! Bill. Faunauth. to Cnuer Mom cldc. Capa Ftad L, Watof hOUiM*. la lieer Isla, Xov. 4. Rerlte I>o-'ga Richards. In Penufeaeet, Heap, ft, MftV.n D. Soper, aged 1 year 6 rr.owiia. Id Oct. *2®, Mist SeUie E. St 1 aeon aged 17 years ft mentis. I Our Rug Sec- 3; tion is replete W. T. I wHh Antique KILBORN | and Modern g weavings from COMPANY. 1 Persia, India and 3j Turkey. 3: I Genuine Persian Rugs 5 are the finest of all * ■ A weaves, and true An- « tiqne Persian Rugs are £ rare. We hare a beau- £ PDPP tiful specimen of eigh- £ i IVLL teenth century weaving, £ that is as soft and glossy £ CTDCCT ah an ancient brocade, £ tJllvCCli with colors aa mellow aa £ an old painting. It is a £ treasure for Rug GoDee- £ i; WHEN YOU BUT | |, why not buy j, J A SMtag Range, | ► with iU many patented Matures; 11 i (I tta heavy canting, of very beat Iron (I f | (Bo "wrap" Iran being unod). and ( ) . | Ml many utbra advantages? It j) . t doesn't coot Ema il more than the . ) ordinary range. . | The Storting Patents add to tha J value, but not to the cost. J | j! 390 Fore St !> I\ novl2 dlw j | I THOR. OlIGHLf GOOD COTTOY • CO* FORTS Buying cotton comforts is risky business. Its very easy to make a mistake and get the cheap, no-account, shoddy filled • apologies for bed clothing which soon wear in holes and become “bunchy.” But we sell the “Snow Rake and “Olympia” Cotton comforts, which are made by the largest and best known manufacturers of this class of goods. The filling is one whole piece of a waddinp- nut in evenlv and smoothly and so fastened that it will stay that way during the life of the covering. And the coverings 1 Yoa never saw such a host of unique and attractive patterns in every con ceivable color, combination and effect. Prices? Well they’re very modest These prices will give you an idea of the entire stock. *1-29, 1.42, 1 50, 1 75, 1.89, Z25.Z75, >Jt5. BLANKETS. We have a complete line of blankets from 48c to $10,00 in all sues, particular attention is called to our different lines we are selling at 48c 55c 58c, 75c,' 85c, 98c, JUS in white and col ored; also to the large white fluffy blanket at $5.00 which is acknowledged to be an unusually good blanket for that money. Eastman Bros. & Bancroft. in Wtbbt Mills, Oct. 30, George li. Winslow, | aged m> yearn.* In tilcfclleid, Aiuaziafc K. Geogins, aged 71 veues. In Kant TlutriultJce. Mmr. 4. Mrs, It. M. Bo* ml. lit West Gamine., Nwnl *. Htweoea A. Spear, Mil 71 vewrn. $ fn B ingor. Mov. 1, Chariot IC. Sea laud, «£Od 00 vears. fuSutt lt Parts. Nov. 3, Mrs. I.trzte S. Koiun sua. aged 01 years. I f, I For roen who like a dasb of color agd snap in tbekr appearance, we have a new lir>a of waistcoats, that will fill tbe bill. And suits with a dash of greeo, or tiQge of red which pre vent the popular greyish suits from being grey. Fancy waistcoats as low as $1.98. as bteb as $3.38. Military style; sack cut, to $15; one pattern as higl) as $18—but It bas a $40 air. FRANK M. LOW & CO, flea’s WalMten. HOMU1MT MQKAKE. HOT 1 St ait Executrix’* Notice. The subscriber hereby gives notice that she has been duty appointed Executrix of the last Will and Testament of WILLIAM C. NEtSOT*. late of Tortland. in the Comity of riuaberteod, decease 1. All persons taaviug demand* attains C the «-state of said deceased are desired to pre sent the same lor settlement, and all indebted thereto are requested Bo make pay meat inane (tetoly. MARGARET R. NELSON. Portland, November 7, UK*). nevfttf mrjwM* TTTTVw »▼▼▼▼ - - 11 V * • •“ ▼ TTT ^TT j Our jewelry Store • is packed with everything new in • 2 tl» Je-elry Liu*. We have the 2 T iwoet complete stock in the eity. 9 • t ome to our stove we eaa show e 2 you everything omrally found In 2 • a first clean jewairy eetebinb- * e mrnt * \ McKenney, : THE JEWELEit, | Monument Square. 2 i Jlyjodtmhorttnp + .OWEN, MOORE CO. 7 rrrs#fr rostiv « ftta* ftvfer /Wr Mud, N«f. R l*>l FORTY more great Bargains for to day’s Special Sale. Every item in the fol lowing list is worthy of careful perusal. Corsets Counter. One lot of the famous *‘P. N." Corsets, block, white and drab, at $1.25, marked down from 2.00. At same counter, a lot of linen Corset Lacing, five yards long, at 5c. Underwear Counter, Afnslm. One lot of women’s fancy flannelette Night gowns, at 75c, marked, down from $1.00. Hosiery, Women’s. One lot of fine ribbed cashmere Hosiery, at three purs for $1.00, regularly sold at 50c a pair. Childrens Hosiery Counter. One lot of heavy all wool Hosiery, merino heels and toes, double knees, at 19c, marked down from 25c. Skirts Counter. One lot of silk finish ed satteen Skirts, with - deep ten inch accordion plaited ruffle, edged flounce, at $1.00, marked down from 1.50. Also a lot of Jersey ribbed Underskirts, at 27 c, marked from 38c. Underwear Counter, Knitted. Another lot of Oneita Combination Suits, sil ver grey and white, at 98c—these are subject to slight imperfections, 1 otherwise would be worth $1.50. Childrens Underwear. A lot of Jersey ribbed natural mixed Under vests, at 19c, marked from 25c. A lot of Jouvin four button and four clasp Kid Gloves, suede finish, tans, inodes and grey, at $1.25, marked from L50. At same counter, a lot of boys’ heavy worsted Mittens, at 25c, regularly sold at 38c. Notions Counter. A Jot of Bartlett’s English Needles, at two papers for 5c, this is half price. Also a lot of good quality common Pins, (four hundred to paper) at two papers for 5c. — Linings Counter. One lot of French Hair-cloth, grey only, at 18c a yard, been 25c and 38c. Also a lot of 36 inch taffeta Cambric, at 8e a yard, marked from 12 l-2c L mitrellas Counter A lot of fine twilled Gloria Umbrellas, well made, steel rod, paragon frames, natural wood OWEN, MOOKE & CO. handles, at 59e, marked down from 75e—sizes right for men or women. Trimmings Counter. A lot of colored jet and spangled Trimming, at 18c a yard, marked down from 25c. Also a lot of fancy metal spikes for trimming the ends of ribbon, at 4c. Mens Underwear Counter. A lot of best quality flannelette Night Shirts, long and full, at 75e, marked down from $1.00. Also an odd lot of large size, grey wool Undershirts, at 37 l-2c, been 75c and $1.00. At same counter, a tot of Norfolk and New Bruns wick Shetland mixed _ P _ uuui* auu M-f lawcia iwi boys, at 69c, been 90c to $1.25. Mari s Hosiery Counter. A tot of fast black fleece lined Cotton Hos iery, at 19c, marked down from 25c. Also a lot of men’s heavy rub ber coats, at $1.62, been $2.25. Also a small tot of Police Coats, at $3.98, marked from $5.00. Infants' Outfits Counter. A lot of nainsook Dresses for small chil dren, at $1.08 each, been $1.50. One lot of fnm French Flannel, at 58c a yard, marked from 75e. Also a lot of Infants’ Moccasins, at 18e, been 25c. In same section, a lot of pink and striped Outing Flannels at 6c a yard. In same section, lot of women’s fancy striped Elder Down Dressing Sacques, at $L12, marked from $1.48. Neckwear Counter ( Women's). One tot of silk Wind sor Ties, slightly imper fect, at 25c, marked from 50c. Embroideries Counter A big box full of rem nants of Insertions and Edges, at half price to day. Laces Counter. An assorted lot of White and Cream Orien tal Laces, been 20 and 25c a yard, to go at half price today. Linens Counter. An assorted lot of 8x10 pure linen damask Cloths, at $1 .75, regular price $2.50. One lot of 8x12 pure linen Damask Cloths, at $3.13, marked from $4.25. Twenty odd dozen of fine dinner Napkins, which have been $3.00 to $13.20 the dozen, to go at one-third off—great bargain. Ribbons Counter. An assorted lot. of polka spotted satin Rib bons, at 29c a yard, been 39c. Draperies Room Sixty-seven pairs of OWEN, MOORE & CO. Irish Point Duchess, Swiss and Bmssells Lace Curtains, two, three and fonr pair lots, which have been $5.50 to $8.00, to be sold at twenty-five per cent dis count today—these are all very desirable cur tains. Silks Counter. An assorted lot of Florentine printed Silts, been 50c and 58e, to go today at 35c per yard. Needlework Counter. One lot of pasteboard Photograph Frames, to be covered, which have been 17 and 25c, to go today at 10c. One lot of embroidered and jew eled Linen Collar and fluff R« Vf»U rilnro onrl Necktie Cases, etc., which have been $2.00, 2.25 and 3.50, all at $1.00 today. Leather Goods Counter. One lot of beaded Elastic Belts, with jet buckles, been from 25c to $175, to go at half price today. Handkerchiefs Counter. An assorted lot of ladies’ linen Handker chiefs, with hemstitched, scalloped and embroid ered borders, some having mourning edges, at 10c, been 25c. Jewelry Counter. One lot of Sterling silver Manicure Tools, at 58c, been 75c and 88c. Stationery Counter *■» One lot of Keith’s best quality "Writing Pa per, at 25c a pouivd, regu lar price 60c. One lot of Dennison’s Crepe Pa per, at 10c a roll instead of 19c. Toilet Goods Counter. One lot of large pack ages of powdered Borax, at 9c, regular price 15c. One lot of “Sorosis” loilet soap at lUc a box, three cakes. One lot of Clothes Brushes at 10c. Haberdashery. One lot of fancy iann dered Shirts, colored, percale, at 69c, been $1.00. Basement. One lot of imitation Wedge wood Ice Water and Milk Jugs, at 45c, been 69c. One lot of Match Holders at 5c, were 10c. One lot of Brush and Comb Bas kets, at 20c, instead of 36c. One lot of Japan ese SerTing Trays, at 25c, marked from 36c. OWEN, MOORE & CO. cancerShS SiSTUMOR •epu&f&FU