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, B TIlE O [ AIIA DAILY nEE : . ! SUNDAY , DEOEMflER . 23 , 89.1. .
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; ' ' .our Last Ohanc t Slcno a ( hrhtmMd
. : Gift at Our Great Reduction Sale ,
f' . ANOTIER DEEP CT IN TOYS FOR MONDAY
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Free "Olrllrl nlven with ( lovcl sid Fans
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. ' ' l'tl ' eIln % , 81.00 ( -
-I'rlrltcy's NIII'Clll Q\III- \
fty , NOv ( le-IIRk $ Armlro HUkl ,
. ; 7 Wni 81.l .OY GUc 1lr.I.
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II f ' Tomorrow Is l the last lay of our great dress
It' . . coots anti silk sale. This Is your last chance
to secure 1 handsome Christmas gUt at
, greatly reduced prices.
r BLACK DRESS GOODS.
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, l'rlcstley's $1.2 ; novelties cut 10 89c.
Prtcstlcy'a $1.&O novelties cut 10 .25. .
, Priestley's $ 2.OO novelties cut 10 $1.60.
/ " COLOILU ! ) DtSS GOODS.
CO.Olm
. I . . Arnold's best German henriettns. 4C Inches
V wide In shades , myrtle . helIotrope. olive
eminence Ian and seal brown Goods that
% . , ' sohl at $1.00 ami $ l.1 [ . now go at COo yard.
, : rio of our choicest French paler dresses ,
! , all this season's gocds , anti no two alike.
p Patterns that sold UII to $10.00 , $2.10 and
L Pattern. $1.OO ) , all go In one lot Monday at $ C.7 [ n
. . J SALl O SJ.IS.
You cannot afford .o pass this great silk
L sale of ours. Buy a Christmas gift. I wi
, f , be highly apprerlated.
, . At 79c black armure dlk. We saw I
. " , advertised last week as a bargain at $ $1.00.
. ; . It Is i well worth $ .25 , but wo break alt records -
j. ords . and for Momlay It goes at 79c yard.
.w ; ) At $ 1.29 Lyons black gros gralli . 24 inch
' $1.75. ant black satin duchess , 24 Inch , $ .7 [
; qualIty. Now for a chance to buy that nice
r I , black silk , the one you were waiting for.
_ Now Is your golden 011portunlty. For Ion-
day , $1.29 yard.TOYS.
TOYS. TOYS.
I you lave ; nol yet bough ) your toys
you are In great luck. Here goes another
cut for Monday , and It Is the iat l. as we expect -
pect this one wi wind up the whole busi-
) ness. Tomorrow we wi placl on sale alt
our odds and ends In loys. It lal13 no
. difference what they cost , what they are ,
or what they are' worth , they have got to be
sold Monday all surely this tricc will sell
them. Come one. come all and partake of
t ' this the greatest of all toy ales. Come and
1 , take your choice Monday uf 500 toys at le
f' each.
L . N. D. PALCONEH.
' Jowelry. Jos. P. F'renzor . opp. postoffice.
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t' N. M. Ruddy , leading oplclan , removed
to lC11 St. . next Morse's. . Fyes tested free.
i You can buy a fine upright piano at Wood-
I J bridge Bros. for $145.00 , fuly warranted and
, worth 3 times Ihe amounl. This Is not a
I stenciled piano. I stands to reason they
I can 110 this as they employ no salaried
, clerks , commissioned teachers , and runners , ,
. but beleve In giving the consumer the bene-
fIt of all there II In a deal. Do not fail
r : to see their bargains on holiday goods , 17
So. 171h SI.
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Silverware , Frenzer I , . jeweler , 01)1) postomee .
J Wo arc olerlng ! our entire stoc at a sacri-
S fce until January 1st.
, VAN COTT JEW I.RY CO. ,
, . . 15th and Parnam.
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Save onelhlrd of your money by calling on
. - Van Coi Jewelry Co : , lll and F'arnam . for
your Xmas gifts. . ,
The lllurd 'Hotol
k Is making special rates 10 permanent
boarders. Tab e the best In the cl ) ' .
Nt J. E. MARKEL & SON oprletors.
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Bcde1 Institute of Blair . Neb. , Is i the best
. and only 'guaranteed cure ot the . , liquor. mor
S : phlno hml-'tobacco habit : " " , " p
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New picture tramesal A. 1Iospe' .
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: Terms' $10 and $7 monthly. A. Hospe , jr. ,
- ' 151 , Douglas street.
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. Watches Frenzer Jeweler _ , 151h ant Dodge .
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MOTION ON SCOTT'S ORDERS.
Other Judgel CaUod In to Take B ] aOI-
, eys of the Courts.
' Arguments were made In a case before -
. fore Judge Ferguson yesterday the object -
5- ject ot which was to shoW that Judge
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' v Scott has no authority to pass upon the legal
and judicIal business of the entire district
. The melon grows out or Scols orders In i
the case of the creditors against the Hey
; Photo Supply company. Some time ago the
. place was closed on a mortgage and the :
some of the creditors apple 10 Scott for Ihe
appointment of a receIver. The applcaton
was granted and ex.Depuly Sheriff John
LewIs was placed In charge of the store and
slock. Since that time Scott ha gone on
IssuIng ex.parle orders to the receiver wih-
. out giving notice to any of the creltcrs or
. . other parle ! interested In the case.
S Attorneys for the creditors applied to
Judge Ferguson for an order requlrlug
the receiver 10 report only 10 an equity JUdge
. , and 10 receive orders only from a judge of
the equity courl. The melon recites Ihat
; the matter Is Purely one of equity and that
Scott case. had and has no authority 10 act In the
? I Neither Gets the Child.
; judge Ferguson has decIded the Pogo divorc e
. case. Doth PogO and his wife were after a
decree of sparalon and each wanted the cu 5.
lody of the child , a boy , the result of a most
. , unhappy matrimonial venlure. I was devel-
opell during the trial that the ( marriage was
, consummaled without the formality , a I. I I
cense or a mlnlsler's servIces and that fo'r
yeas both the man and woman have ba tn
trying 10 se which could commit the WiIeSt
breach or the marriage obligations. judge
Ferguson decided lInt ( the union was a marriage -
I riage at common law and that neither of
. tile parties should have a divorce. Ho held
that neither Page nor his wife was f to have
. tbo child and ordered It given into the cus-
: toy or relatives In Iowa
Court Notcl.
Judges Ambrose , Ferguson and mime vilI
, Dufo
Th sit en bane on December 31 to hear a branch
I of the litigation growing out of the Polsh
' Catholic church troubles.
Judge Ambrose overruled a motion for a
new trial In the case of Marshal Field & Co.
S agalnbt Morse The jury found 1 verdict
for Mono In the trial , u replevIn action .
The county attorney has appealed the case
of hayes vs Douglas county to the supreme
court This was the case In which Hayes ,
I police ofilcer , brought suit for witness fees
. antI secured jildglllent.
' The jury In the case of John Hahlman
S against the Union Stock Yards company or
: South Omaha rcturncd a verdict for the Illaln-
' tiff for $ . Hallman lost a leg while In the
: employ of the defendant and sued for $10,000
$0,000
damagea. "
. Arguments were heard for a new trial be.
fore Judge Ambrose In the case of Jell
Czaplewski against Martin Ittuer . Tine boy
lall lost a hand while employed In lttnor's
brick yard , and secured a , verdict for dam-
ages In the sum of $5,000
Tine Benedlcts are seeking 10 quash the
r notices or service In the damage suit brought
by the ' 1' I. V Land and Cattle company.
They claim that tine service was void because
the 11allcrs were served ulloU Ihem whIle
they were In Omaha from another state , at.
tending tine trial or a cass In which they
S vera interested . . )
, : Diamonds , Frenzer , . jeweler , opp. pOstoffice.
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'rlval" Hocret"ry Aillret.
S Mr , Benton Muret , who has just been appointed -
. pointed Irlvate secretary to Governor Hol-
.5 . comb , hi u successful ) 'oung business man
V aunt Lee or the hlwdelt poltcluns tn the
IOllu)11 PartY
Mr. Morel inn 26 years of age of French
descent , but born and railell II Minisouri.
Upon graduating from cOlh'fu he entered
the newspaper IIrufe8slon ulini was for Ilx
? 'curs 1I01tcui reJlorter ot the KUnS38 City
I'tmcs. Maret look a prminent van In the
' 'mpulgn which resulted In the election of
S Judge llolconnb . beIng II charge cr the
. ' Omaha work ot the IleOIle's party cum-
mittee. Mr. Maret Is married ned hal one
child. He 1\'cl ot l dllnlle , Neb. , and Is
I \'Ioe presIdent - ot the . . Dank of Fddyvitle.
. rianos to rent A. Jospe , 1513 Douglas
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TWJ NTY I'EU CENT DISCOUNT. I
Our discount sale on black all colored ,
dress gees , which has been an unprect !
dentoll success.
PVINTY ! PEn CENT DISCOUNT.
has Induced us 10 include In thus great
ale Monday ( our entire stock of cloaks and
furs , embracing all the latest novelties In
long l ant short jacket , capes and carriage
wraps
Fur capes , fur muffs , animal head 101-
laretes l and boas , fur trimmings , elc.
Notwithstanding our large sale on holiday
spcialies , our line of umbrellas , handker-
chiefs , mufflers , silk holery.
Icid ! gloves for both street and evening
wear.
wear.Back and party silks , handsome laces ,
lealhor h goods , cellar boxes , lined and un-
lne l kid mittens , lined nHI < unlined
gloves , men's neck dreslnl , fans , of which
wo have a large assortment made tip laces ,
al the new shades In chiffons , handsome
ellerdown wrappers , dressing acques , n
choice selection of night dresses and women's
underclothIng , elegantly trimmed In laces
and ( flee embroideries Of all these anti
many other , Including novel conceptions
In I art department , our stock still contains a
large l variety 10 select froimi
o'clok. Store ope Monday evening until 10
Km.LEY , STIGER & CO. ,
I Cor. I aram ali 151h street
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Wlolclale ! jewelers , itch ann ! Farnnm Rl . .
Announcement : Having soul our entire
stock of musical merchandise 10 Hayden
laydcn
Urea. of this city we wi hereafter confine
our busIness to wholesale jewelry cxcluslvely.
In our present stock are many handsome
articles purchased for the city trade and
unfit for wholesale stock , which will bo sold
this week at retail at less than cosl.
Max Meyer & Co. will continuo the whole-
sale cigar business at 1018 I'arnlm St.
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New scale Kimbal pianos . at A. : Ilospe's
Just received , tine latest designs silver Ink
stands , pens , back combs , side combs , manl-
cure articles , hat pIns , brushes , whisk brooms ,
mirrors , etc.
etc.VAN
VAN COTT JEWELRY CO. ,
151h and Farnam .
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Latest novelties . at Frenzcr's . 15th and Dodgo.
10lhllY Bates Via tin " 11"lngton itotnt.
December 22 , 23 , 24. 2& and 31 and also
on January 1 round trip tickets to points
within 200 miles will b on sale al rate of
fare and a third. Minimum rate , [ 0 cents.
Tickets and information at the union depot
and city ticket office , . 1324 Farnamn street.
Latest Christmas novelties In gold and all-
si-
ver lt bottom prices
VAN COTT JEWELRY CO. ,
. llh and Farnam.
Jewelry. Jos. P. Frenzer opp. postofilce.
LOC1L .
. .IU VT .RS.
A Christmas entertainment will be given lt
St. Mark's Lutheran church Tuesday night
On the evening of December 28 a bal will I
be given at Chambers'
hal under the ausplce3 I
of Mars lodge , Knights of Pylhlas.
Mrs. Jennie Miller was arrested last night
by Detective Hudson . and Special Officer
Keysor for stealing two handkerchiefs rrom
tine Boston slore.
FIve carloads of tin . eighty tons In all , ,
wert received at the Omaha custom house :
yesterday from Wales , consIgned to tIne n
CUdlhys at South Omaha.
'llzpatrlck , the t Morse Bluffs postofce n
robber , was yesterday sentenced by Judge i
Dundy to Imprisonment In the Sioux Falim
Fals
penitentiary for one year and one month.
Rev. ' John F. Baxter ot Afon , la. , 1 gradu-
ato' of IiI Moodr Institute , ChIcago , will
preach at the Park Avenue United , Presby-
lerlan church todaY at 10:30 : a. m. and
a 7:30 : p. m. ; tt
Anna Nedtwlg , a domestic employed 'In the
Tremont house on Sitoenth and Burt streets ,
fed' complaint agdinst the 'proprletor , 11ke ;
Leary , charging him wll assault and I
. battery yesterday.
Judge Dundy" yesterday dismissed the
federal jury until ' 2 o'cloclt In the afternoor
afernoon
pr' ' January 2. , , Considerable business yet remains -
mains 10 bo cleared up at the present term ,
but none ot It will require a Jury.
In tine midst or the Christnias festivities I I
Is hop that the twelve old' ' lalles feslviles I
In , the , 011 Ladles' Home , 278 Burt street
may not be 'forgotten. Personal gifts or sup
ples for the house , will be Iadly received.
Thompson , time young man , vho burglarized
the Plate Center posfof .r was yesterday
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sentenced by judge Dun to pay a fin a
fne
or $ and costs and 10 a ten of one year
and one month In the SIoux Falls penl-
tenlary at hard labor.
\V. S. Butler , who was rresled on the
charge or assaulting little Nellie Maupin I ,
was arraigned before Judge Berka yesterday :
afternoon and pleaded guilty to assault ant ii
battery. Butler was sentenced to ninety
lays In the county jai , the first and middle
five of each mouth to bo on bread and watom
J , M. Dalan , claim agent of tIne Burhin -
Ion road at Creston , has sent a photographer
or the bank robber who was killed at Dala via I ,
la. , December ! . to Chief Seavey for Idenl-
fication. The criminal Is unknown here I I
II thought that the dead man's pal , who
escaped , Is badly wounded and Is In hiding
somewhere In this vicinity.
A railroad delectvo named Morgan , who
Is employed by the D. & Id. , caught Joe
Ross In tine act of stealing a couple of lumps
of coal from one or the cars yesterday
and arrested him on the charge ot pelt
larceny. The mall said that he was out oC
fuel and wanted .10 secure enougl coal 10 I :
cook his meager breakfast with.
The following named Omaha boys who are
attendIng tine state unIversity ai Lincoln n ,
eamo home Friday , and will spend the :
holidays wih their parents : J. A. Savilit ,
A , Saville , William laney , Louis Savie .
I' . W. Hussel , Jessie Clelland . Charles True ;
rwln It. Davenport , John Iuhns , _
Lehman , V. Z. Cordelyou , - Ilentiricks
The committee on arrangements for the
Prize masquerade bal 10 be given by the
Upholsterers and Mattress Makers Social club
Is II work soliciting tine prizes to bo gIven
away. The prizes wi be selected with great
care timid tine committee states that I will
give away tine finest list or prizes ever given
lt a masquerade bal In this city.
Frank Broghin tine Omaha
Drogln , hair dresser
who last Bummer addressed an obscene hotter
leler
10 his wife , then at Sioux Fails In quest of a
divorce , insisted on a jury trial yesterda
lie acted as his own lawyer anti after
tine case hall beel stated by United ! Stales
Atoruey flush JUdge Dundy instructed tine
jury 10 return a verdict of guilty. Irogln
was then fined $2 [ and costs.
Ella McCanley or Deadwood , S. D. , has
written 10 Chief of Polce Seavey requesting
him to locate a man named Fred Meyer , who
left Deadwood with her watch and has not
since been seen. An officer was detuled to
look up Meyer and dlsco\erell that the felow
hud been arrested In February , 183 , for do-
fraullnl time Delone hotel out of a $32 board
bill and had "ervell a jai sentence for I.
lie then ( left Omaha and I Is Ihought ho Is
now In Des Moines , where he inns 1 wife.
A pair of stockings were set on fro by a
lamp last night ut 7 o'clock lt the residence
of Mrs. Reynolds , Twcnnt.fiftin and Michigan
avem.ue. The department was called , but the
Ire was Ixtnulshed before I arrived An-
oilier smal blaze occurred at 4:30 : o'cloclt
yesterday at 1701 Cumlng street A room In
the bulhlng occupied by P. Ii , 10r had
cauhl lire . but the blaze was soon extimi-
extn-
gnmiahetl The loss 10 tine contents of the
room wus $25. and the building , which Is
owned by Pi MUlen , was damaged to the
same extent
A defective flue In Ito ( frame building at
J223 Chicago street caused a loss of about
$2&0 yesterday The building Is owned
by Mrs. H. II. Lucas anti the front part of
II Is occupied by a grocery Ilore. owned by
hI. Sonnenfeldt Mike Spelman anti family
live In the back roomnis. The fire was con-
finned 10 Ihe roof and attic . but It required
had work for the Spelman fancily 10 save
their keepsakes and personal belongings. Con.
slderable domingo WIS done 10 tine househol
goods by water , but hardy ; anything was
damaged In the grocer The loss Is covered
by Insurance. )
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HAnT-Mrs. Anna beloved wife or Peter
Annal
Hart . ot heart fnl % ure. Funeral from fum-
ily residence 93 North ' '
ly ! Twenty-third .
Monday . December 2f , I a. rn 'lwent-thln.
holy Family church lt 1:3 : a. m.
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Special Ohrstmns Eorviccs t Bo Hold in !
. Most of the Churches Today
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MU31C WILL FORM THE CHIEF PART I
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Annual Business Meeting of Pint Christine
Church Follows is Supl'cr-Culecrt b7
UIISCID 'IClhOIMt Church Choir
-\moli o I I " ' . Chnnirchnt ,
SpecIal Christmas services will bo held In
nlmost all tine . .
11 churches of the city today '
Fine announcements are :
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church has
been undergoing extensive repaIrs , all has
been handsomely decorated for the holiday
season I wi b reopened this morning
with appropriate services , 11ev Br Sander-
son , tine pastor preaching at 10:30 : a. m. , and
1 Sunday school concert program at night as
below :
Merry . Merry Chrlslla ! . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . Concert Scripture Recitation
Prayer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . necltaton . . . . .
Anthcnl . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trinity ) ' Choir
Cornet-Rose : llrle. . . . . . . . . . .lrof. Lolz
Ring Out Merry helms. . . . . . . . . . . . .
\Ioln-Alr on G string..I'rof . AIlllman
" ' ' ( ! oml. . . . . . . . . slrlng..lroC. . . . . . . Hoys
The Christmas Tree Sunday School Boy
Chrstmas
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arthur Jaquih
A Christmas Legend . . . . . . . . Fred SwcellY
An them. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 'rlnly Choir
.Jes' 'I ore C'imristmnns.\lflttie . . Hector
The Last H.mn. . . . . . . . . . . : .Gracl Starks
Solo. . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . .Miss Ruth Weller
:18s HuthVeler
\'iolin-Trnumnerei..Prof. . . . . Adelman
Gather and Sing. . . . . . . . . . .1rof. . . . . . , . . .
Cornet-Schubert's SerenUle. . . .Prof. I.olz
Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Sanderson
0 , Worship the l.ord. . . . . . . . . : . . . . . .
On Thursday e\enln ! next tIne annual
ChrIstmas treat will bo given the Sunday
school of this church . a , 'f 'atonre of which wi
bo a stereopticon lecture by Prof. Alexander
P. Irvine . entitled , " 1 ' lash Lights of Child-
hood. "
Dshop Newman speaks In this church on
Sunday morning , Dccember 30.
The following muscal ! program will be ren-
tiered al Iho Hanscol Park Methodist Episcopal -
copal . church today :
MORNING.
Orgon volunlary-Pastorale from Natale
Concerto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Corel
Anthem-Dehohl , I Bring You Good Tidings -
lugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Goss
Ofertory solo-Adoration..Shelley
Miss Grace Crawforth.
Anthem-Sing , 0 Crawforl. . . . . . . . . . TQur :
1ostuleMarch Pontfcale. . . . . . . . . ,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. de Ia Tom1ele
EVENING.
Organ Voluntary-VarIations on Adeste
. ' Volunlary-Yarlatons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hesse
Anthem-Sanctus . . . . . . . . . . .Gounod
Offertory Soho-Pnstorale , front Messiah
Ofertory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Handel . I
Anlhem-Thl Heavens Are Tolling. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . Haydn I
PostudeHalelujah Chdrus. . . . . . . .Handel II I
n. T. Alen , organist and director.
At the First Presbyterian church the
musical program will be :
MORNING.
PreludeThre Movements from Sonata
No.2. . . . . 1ovemenls . . . . . . . . . . .1lendehl ohl I
Anthem-Lif Up Your HeJls. . . . . . .1arslol
Olertory-Adulo. from Concerto. . . .Spohr
Ale Solo-Star ! of Bethiiehiem..Sebneckem
Mrs. George H. 1cLorn.
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Postlude-Gloria , from Twelfth Mass. . .
PostudeGorlu . . . . . . . . . , . 'welCh . . . . . . . . . . . . lIozurt t
EVENING.
I'relude-ThoHoIy Night..fluchi .
Anthem-Blessed Is Ho Who Come
Bringing SalvaUon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fnure
Offertory-iinpromptu . . . . . . . .Sehutert
Anthem-Thl Birthday of a King. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Neidlnger
Anlhem-The Star of flethlehem. . . .Adarnn
Ietlelem..Adams
I'ostlude-Marcht the , from TanrThnthser.Wagnei
Music " at Westminster Presbylorlan
church will be by the Choral union. The
program Is :
- MORNING.
Solo-How" Lovely Are the Messengers. .
. . . ; .7 ; . ' , - , . . . . . . . . , . . . . Mendelssohn .
" Miss Roeder. ,
Glory to God. , .1lss . . . . . . . . ' , . . . . . .Mnrslol
Miss Reeder. "
Glorl . . . . . .From Mozart's Twelfth lass
- EV1NING.
Solo-O , Holy Nlglt. . . . . . . . . . . .Adams
Mrs. George \V. Johnslon.
Noel . . 1r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gounod
Miss Roeder.
Monday evening at this church the Sun
day school , assIsted by the Choral union , wi Ir I
give a cantata by Doane , "A Midwinter :
Nlgbt's Dream. " Orchestra conducted by
Dr. Baetens.
At Immanuel Baptist church Santa Claus : ,
will be present and tile pastor will preach :
a sermon to him. Special seats for the chl-
dren. The pastor will have for his evening
theme : "Lessons from the Huntington Case
Are Indemnity Companies the Best Sort of
Protection ? " Business men for Sunday Qven- -
Ing. Immanuel Christmas enterlalnment
Monday evening.
At Grace Evangelical Lutheran church
nev. Luther M. Kuhns , the pastor , vl con
duct divine services at 1 a. m. anti : conI. I. ,
m. , and preach on "The World's High Noon ,
and on. "The Night Song of the Angels. "
The services will be appropriate to the
ChrIstmas season
Special ChrIstmas services will bo coil
ducted at the FIrst Christian church In the
morning. In the evening the pastor will , tilt 3.
CUSS "rho Jews' Rejection of Their . ' Met : -
slab , wiLls Some oC Their Reasons for It. "
Hev. Newton M. Mann will preach In the
morning on the " 1e3slanlc EXeclalon-A
Sermon of Chrlslmas. "
"Visit of the Magi" wi be the morning
sermon topic at Seward Street Methodlsl
church. Evening : "Lessons from ThOt Slid ) -
herds " "
Dr. Wilson , at the Caslelar Street Iresbi r-
terlan church , wi preach In the morning
on "Israel's Hope. " In the evening on
"His Mission To Sinners. "
Music for time morning service at All Saints :
church will bo : K
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'i'e Deum ( in ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; : rt
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Jubilate . ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ghunt
Anthem-It Is HIgh TIme to Awalte.r.
Anthem-I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . Darnby
EVENING.
. Offertory. ' .
Tenor Solo-Charity . . . . . . . . . . . . : .Faure
Mr. W. $ . Cussel '
. program for the muslcalo In the afler-
neon Is : -
Organ-On the . . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. W. S. Marshall.
Solo for Vlolnc lo. . Marshal. . . . . . . .Selccte(1
Mr. S. U. Letovsicy
Morning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Grelg
Mr. Marshall.
1r. 1urshal.
Soprano Soho-'rhere ts 1 Green 11. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . Gounod
Mrl. Will \Vood.
Swedish Wedding WiVood. . . . . . .Soderman
Mr. I'.tnrshuhi.
Bass Solo-O , Holy Night . . . . . . . . Adamn
Mr. C. iO. Smith .
Triumphal Chorus , . 1. . . . Smih. . . . . . .Oulmant
Mr. Marshall.
The services II Alt Saints on Christmas day
will bo as follows : Early celebration of tine
holy communion at 7:30 : a. m. : morning '
prayer and sermon at 1 a. m. Tine musIcal I
limtgram Is :
IJ'gram I
Processional-Sing , . Sing , this Blessed
lrorn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.utkln
Te Deum ( In 1 ) . . . . . . . . . . . .J . .
Solos by Mrs. G.Vt Johnston , Mr.
Level 1)unn. Mrs. \V. " S. Marshall ,
Mn' , T. g. Whltbread.
Jubilate ( ( n ) ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , \
Communion Service ( r C ) . . . . . . . , j'rOUr !
Anthem-The Hallowed Pay . . . . . Stainner
. . . . . . . . lulowed . . . . . . . . \ \ ' . N. Cassel
Oftertory-Bneak orth Into Joy..Vlncent
Ofel.tory-Break . . . . . . . . . . . : Nina MarBhal
ilecessionah-ilurk ! the Herld Angola
lecesslonal-lurltl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iendelssohn' '
This morning there will be a choral corn-
lunlon service at the First Methodist church ,
preparatory 10 Christmas. The extent , excellence -
lence and variety or tine repertory ot the
choir Is illustrated 11 by the extensive program
which Mr. Thomas J. Kelly has announced
of the muslo on ChrIstmas day and the Sunday
before and after Chrlslmaa. More elaborate
preparations are beIng made for the chnlldren's
exercises on Christmas eve ( lion ever before.
The superintendent Mr. 'Hila , wih the
e clent aid of Ihe teachers of tine school
and the ladles OtliUo church , Is arranging
I beautiful progrsn. The cantata , "The
Capture of Santa ' : I\e , " will be given on
Christmas eve. Cndy ali presents will be
dlslrlbutell 10 the Illdren al usual. In audil
lon ( t tbs the ellhiren themselves are 10
bring presents , whloh 'will bo distributed on
Ihe following dayto : those children who are
so unfortunate as o. . lack the means of nunkb
Ing l n merry Christnmns. The admission to
Iho entertainment 1'1 Tie 15 ccnls.
A novel fentureitt the music on Christmas
day will be time ' Tower ! Chorus , " a choral
sung by chorus 'coneealcd In the tower
Bishop Newman will preach.
At tine Hanscom Park Methodist church
lhe choir will rdller during tine day the
following noble Crslmas Anthems :
Sing , Oh Hea\ens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tours
Behold , I Bring Yeti Good Tidings. . .Ooos
Sam\lus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , .Oounod
Time leavens are Telling . . . . . . . . Haydn
S The pastor will preach upon Christmas
themes both lornlng ant eventing The
mornIng subject being "Tho Present Day
Christ , " and the theme ot tint evening serb
mon , "Going Home for Christmas. "
Music anti sermons at the ( Kounlzo Memor-
Ial Lutheran church wi fittingly commemorate -
orate time Cinristinastinie . In tine morning an
anthem by the choir "Anti There Were
Shepherds Abiding : " "Glory 10 God , . Steb-
bins , by male chorus : "Gloria In Excelsis. "
lIvening : "Cradled In a Manger , " solo and
nude chorus : 'IUO Cometh , " Millard , see ! ,
Lee O. iCratz
Christmas services will be held al the
neth , den Baptist church. Mrs. H. E. Sun-
derland wIll have charge or the niusic Af-
Icr the evening sermon the ordlnanco oC
baptism wi be administered Time dm11-
chi-
dren or the church will give I Christmas
entertainment Monday might , and those of
branch school No. 1 on Christmas night
( ' omme'rt hy Ito Choir
Prof. R. , T. Allen's pupis anti chorus choir ,
assisted by Miss Stela McCliesney , elocu-
tonlsl , and Mr. J. I. Cook , violinist , gave n
concert In time audllorlum of the Hanscom
Park Jlehodlst ( chlrch last Thursday evening -
lng , which was hIghly appreciated by n good
audience and reflected great credit on all
al
participants. The entire program was reniT
tiered by amateur .
talent. The vIoln solo by
: Ir. J. I. Cook showed decided talent and
careful traIning end would compare favor-
ably wih any amateur work In the city .
Miss Stella McCinesney elocutionist . was unl
fortunately handlcaplled by ha\lng just ra
cowered from a severe illness . She how-
aver , acquitted herself very creditably and
was thoroughly appreciated by the audience.
Al of thc piano numbers were rendered by
pupils of Prof. Allen , some oC the performers
never having played In public before They
Were all good , however , particularly solos by
Miss Nettle W. llaverly Miss Millie DavIs
and Miss Kate Kimball . The vocal solo by
Miss Grace Crawford was received with
much favor. Mr. \V. J. C. Putnam Cramer
In his vocal solo displayed a pure , strong
and sympathetc tenor voice The chorus ,
"ny nabylon's Wave , " was one oC the features -
tures of the e\'enlng. The program was :
Chorus-Let the hills and Vales ne-
sound. . . . . . . . . His . . . . . 11 . . . . . Richards
Chorus Choir
Piano Solo Vulso D f Major..Chopin
SOlo/a / Grand Polka tie Concert. . .
. . . . . . . . Polm . . . . . . . . Il . . . . . . . . . Bartlett
Miss Nettle M. Hlverly. Dartct
Vocal Solo-Intermezzo ( Cavaliera Hus-
Icana ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mascagnm
Accompanlmenl Piano , Organ und Viohln ,
Miss Grace Crawford. Violn
Piano Sol-KamnenoI-Ostrow..Rublnstein
11ss 1:111 1)avis
Double Quartet anti , Solc-We'll Gaily
Sing anti . . . . Solc-\Ve'l . . . . . . . Gaiy
Mrs. : lu'al , Dennis and Clark Miss Ella
Cruwford. Messn. Cramer , Daniels ,
Dale tumid . Chafrce.
Plona Soo-Vahse' ] 'Caprice . . . . . .Rublnsteln
Miss Kate Kimball.
Violin Solo-Scena.tle Ballet. . . Ch. de Derlot
Mr. J. I. Coolt.
Piano Accompaffiment Mr. n. T. Allen.
Vocal Solo-For AU Eternity. . . .Mascheroni
Jl W. J. C. Putnam Cramer.
Piano Solo-Tannhauser. . . . . . . . . . 'Vagncr
,
Miss Edna Jones .
Recitation-The.Cathohio"Psalm . . . . . . . . . . .
Miss Stalks .1IcChesney.
With Solo by ; Uss Dcssle Sedgwick
Piano Duet-Maypole Dance..S. Smith
Mss ( Mayme 10yie anti Mr. Allen.
, Chorus-Dy DabyIon's . ' anl . . . . . .Oounod
S , 'Chflrua"Choir. ' /
. .Ch'/Cholr. , . .
> , Yo 11' C. A. Events .
New Ycrs : day Is to be made a royal
day at thol building , with the customary
open house. A large committee or ladles has
time arrangements In hand I will surpass
anything the association has yet attempted
In the line or receptions.
The educational classes closed their first
term last evening. The second term begins
January 7. This department oi the asso-
ciaton has as many students as many cal-
leges In this state
Major Halford wilt \ preside at the meeting
Sunday afternoon , and review Ihe work or
Limo , Young Men's Christian association In
foreign lands. 11ev J. A. Hulman , pastor
ot the Swedish Evangelical Mission will
conduct the service of song , and will also
sonS
sing two selections. Franz Adelmann will
play n violin solo and the orchestra render
an overture.
At 3:30 : P m. Mr. S. D. McCormick , the
new pastor of the FIrst Presbyterian church ,
wi melee a brief address appropriate to
ChrIstmas. Secretary Ovcr's bIble class will
hereafter begin at 2:30 : p. ni Last month
the average attendance was forty-nine.
The foot bal men are In daily practice
under tine direction of Mr. C. A. Thomas for
the great Christmas game with the Uni-
varsity or Nebraska. I the weather Is good
Ills game will b3 one of time greatest gales
over played In tine state
Christmas night u banquet Is to be given
college men al the CommercIal club. Major
Redford will presl e.
Christian commercial travelers are to meet
01 Thursday evening to consider ways In
which they may engage In works of
Christian helpfulnecs on the road Sundays ,
and incidentally as opportunity offers .
Thursday the new slate committee meets
to organize its work for the coming year .
and to elect officers
Christmas Uay Serviceg
On Christmas day St. John's Episcopal
church will he handsomely and appropriately
decorated wih evergreens and holy , and
time srvles will be of 1 beautiful and impressive -
presslvo character. There will be a mid-
nlht celebration of the holy comlunlon ,
with full choral service just after 12 o'clock
on the morning of Chrlslmas. The early
celebration usually hehl al 7l5 U. m. will
bo at 7:30 : instead The prIncipal service of
matins and the holy communion will bo at
P:30 : a. m. 11ev Paul Mathews will officiate -
fclale aB ceebrant : anti Hev. C. H. . Young
wi preach.
Mr. T. 1 [ Norris , organist and choir
master , has held special I rehearsals of very
beautiful muslo for this service the lire-
cram being as follows :
Prcessional llynnn-"lInrlc ( hoe Herald
Angels Hymn-"larlt . . . . . . . . . . . . lw . . . . . . . . . . . .
Venltu gxulemus Domino In C. . . . 'urle
Proper Psalms for Christmas ntornhnmg
're Deum Laudumus , In G and G. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anglican Chants
nencdlclu ! In F. . . . . . . . .Anglcal . . . . . . I.lngllon
" . . . . . . . .
Anthem-"Slng and Rejole' . . . .Ulrnby
Jntrolt-"O Come All Yo Faithful" . . .
Kyrlo Elelson-G. M. Garrett . . . . . . . .
Gloria 'rlhl. . . . . . . . . . . Garret. . . . . . . . . .Tours
Nlcene' Crcde-Dr. W B. Gilbert. . . . .
Hymu-"Angels from the Realms or
G Ie ry" . . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . .
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Sursum Corda-"Cantua Solemn us. .
Sllclus Corda-"Cntus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tours
Benetlctus Qui Veni. . . . . . . .G. P. Cobb
Agnus ] . . . . . . . . . . W. H. Woodward
Communion Ilynon..U. . 11. Garrett
Gloria In Excebsls . . . . . . . . . . . . . King huh
Nunc DlmltB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barnby
Heeessionul lIymnn"llarkVitat . lean .
Those Holy \'oices" . . . . . . . . . . .
Closes 1 ' 'rol''rnll'lr. .
This First Christian church held Its annual
business meetng Tuesday evening At 7
o'clock about 300 of the members Eat down
10 an elegant dinner , which had been pre-
pared by the ladles In the church parlor'
Reports were made by the secretaries of the :
Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
DeVa1 Baking
Lv'v Powder
4BSOLLJTELV PWE
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various societies anti missions of the church .
The church clerk's reports sho"l that the
p resent membership Is abut CO and thaI
$ U,28 hall been raised for nil purposes Ilu-
Ing l the yenr. During the present pastorate
of f T. E. Cramblet , continuing through a
perlO of four years [ 0 additions have been
made 10 the churcll , 2Ui by confession anti
baplsm and the remainder by letter . elc.
The net gin In the church's membership ,
as shown by time report , Is 31. : This has
bIen by al odds the most successful ! period
In i the hlory of the church. The congre-
Iaton Is united and hopeful and begins / the
yp ear under the leaderhip of tine present
pastor wlh that faith and enthusiasm that
guaranles succus.
10111 .Ieii'n ; lutlult.
Carroll council of the Young Ien's Insti-
lule has '
moved from SI. Phiomena's hal
10 the seeonll floor or Shecler's block. The
localon l Is most convenIent for the ' purposes
of time organization . Two large rooms mayo
been securell amid tastefully fitted up. One Is
devoled 10 billiards anti pool , the other for
edge l meetings , library all reading room
The change has already sllnulaled the
growth of tine soclely. Wlh n largely Increased -
creased memlJrshll1 It expects 10 realize In
n large measure the social , educational alll
fralernal f objects for which It was organized
At the last meeting of the institute Ihe
f ohiowlmig officers were chosen for the en-
suing year : Chaplain , 11ev S. P. Carrel :
president , T. J. Fizmorris ; first vice presl-
d ent . J. D. Sullivan : second \'Ice president
S . E . Collins : treasurer , P. Ii. Roosters :
fi nancial secretary , T. . L. lcDonald : corre-
spending secretary.V . 11. loran : recording
secrelary , F' . C. Murphy ; marshal , Ii. Hns-
gorsheelt ; ' -sentinel . p. O'Donnel : medical
xaminer Dr. J. E. Riley ; executive com-
mllee , S. C. Sawtel ! George J. Kheffner .
E. A. Smith , F. I Ioeslers , T. I. . Mc-
Donald
Tine Installation wi lake place at the
frst meetng In January.
Yi % V. C. A. : otcs.
Tine regular gcspel service , Sunday arter-
noon , 4 o'clock , subject : "Christmas
Thoughts. " All are invited. There will bo
no enl rlalnment Monday evenIng , ChrIst-
mas eve .
New Year's nIght the association will
Itcep l open house at Ihe ro I S. ,
The Current Topic club wi not meet '
eiher Christmas cr New Year's eve. The
next meeting will be held January 7.
The regular Tuesday evening classes wilt ,
als ! lake a two weeks' vacatlomi.
Local Church Notes.
Officers and teachers oC the South Tenth
Street MethodIst church Sunday school will
be elected next Friday evening.
A special meeting of the official board of
Ito South Tenth Street Methodist church
will bC held Wednesday evening.
Bishop Newman will ) eclurl at the Young
Ien's ChristIan assocaton hal on the 28th
Episcopal for the benefit church. of Ianscom Park Methodist
At the earnest request of the presiding
elder , Castelar Street Methodist Episcopal
church will become 1 missIon to the FIrst
Methodist. EPiscopal church on the first Sun- .
day In January.
" 50511 , Soup'ane Ssivntion . "
Star Captain Blanche Cox of the Salvation
army arrived In the city last nigh and will
remain for several . '
\ Ilays. During her iIa )
sine " 1 hold several services at the barracks
on Davenport street This morning nnd
evening she will lead the regular er\lrN.
Tomorrow evening the subject of her sits-
eoule will be. "Soap , Soup anti Salvation. "
At 1 o'cloek Tuesday morning she will talk
on "hlirthilay Gifts for thin Christ , " while
Tuesday Iho subject for Ilecusslon will be
"No Hem for tine Chris . "
I.oclt 1'111,11 itorecnsts.
First Congregational-S. Wrlghl 1uIer ,
D. n. I , wi Ireach In the morning 10:30. :
Sunday school at noon. No evening erviee
Trinity Calhedral-8 n. I. , holy coin-
lunlon ; 10 a. m. , bible class ; 1 a. m. morn-
Ing prayer anti sermon ; 3 p. iii. , Sunday
school : 7:30 : I' . 1. , evcnlng service
Si John's-Twenh'.slxlh anti Frankilni
rankln
slltets. 7:30 : a. I. , early celehrn\on of the
holy conminmnniomi . 1 a. m. . ordination
of Iwo candidates 10 the Ilrl.slhoOI by
lilsimoliVorthmington : holy comniunmion 7:30 :
P. m. , evensong.
Grnt Street Chrlstan-Iorlng anti enn-
Ing sermon topics respectively : "l armlu "
and "The Young People's Society or Christan ,
Endeavor Plellge. " Rally liar for the Suu-
day school , wlh full orchestra , unller the
leadership of Prof. Varreni
St. Ihllll the Deacon-He\ . John Albert
W'iiiiammts , rector. Holy conmmnnumulomn 7:30 : a.
I. : morIng prayer , litany anti sermon , 1
a. m. : choral evensong antI sermon br
Very 11ev Dealt Oardner al 4 p. m , . sermon
1011le , "The Judgment " The rector vltl
preach In the morning No evening wil .
First Church or Christ ( Sclentist-An- )
dent Order or United Workmen hall . Patterson .
son block . Irs. A. F. BeLong , pastor.
Preaching at 10:45 : a. m. . Sunda school
immediately following. Publc cordially In-
viteil . Heading rooms , same building open
during the week from 10 a. m. 10 [ p. in. .
to ' which all arc welcome.
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Clocks , Frenzer , jeweler , 15th ant Dodge.
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TUB 11tl C' SOUTllmN HOUTC
via tile Hock Ihnsnitt-4inortest Limo nUll
Fastest Tunic.
To all points In Kansas , Oklahoma , Indian
Terriory , Texas and al ! ! points In soulhern
CalifornIa . Only one n"ht : ! out to all points
In Texas The "Texas Llmltell" heaves Omaba
at 6:15 : a. m. daily eXrept Sunday , lallnH
passengers at all points In Texas 12 hours In
advance or all other lines. Through tourist
cars via Ft. Worth all El I Paso to Los An-
geles. For full particulars , maps folders ,
etc ; , cal at or address Hock Island ticket
office , 1602 I aram SI.
CIIAS . KENNEDY S , G. N.V. . P. A.
Sterling silver goods . , Fenzer , opp. P. O.
Ctirttnoius . anti New Years Ixctirs1ons .
Everywhere on the Northwestern lines
within 200 mIles for one and one-thlrll ture.
00 Dec. 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 , 31. Jan. 1. Come back
any time up to Jan 2.
City office 101 Farnam at .
Mrs.J. 1 BENSON
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Yes , we can surely suit you
with an Xmas Present if you
\ S : . - . ' i : , wi come in , I you wish
' , something useful and beauti-
' . . . ' , ' / , ful to wear or to ornament
, with , we have the latest , best ,
prettiest and cheapst . See
the beautiful , fine handker-
chiefs and initials of all kinds ; feather boas , neckwear , aprons ,
gloves , mittens , laces , silk hosiery and underwear , drapes ,
table scars , etc. , etc.
Elegant erbroideredpieces , , doyles and centers.
Mexican drawn work. Shell combs in every style and
price. Jewelry , novelties , lace and ice wool shawls.
Novelties in tie , handkerchief ( and , glove cases ; scrap
nd work baskets of . all - kinds . , etc. , etc
DOLLS OF ALL KINDS.
26 per cent of DUCHESS AND POINT LACE.
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Tomorrow and tomorrow night wa expect to sell every pair
of Gentlemen's Slippers in our store We have out the prca
nearly i half many of them are now being sold 50 per cent less
than what they cost us.
SOUVENIRS FREE
With every sale from 5c up. We give a coupon-when you have
coupons to the amount of $10.00 , bring them to us , get your
selections ot some of our baautiul presents.
Drexel } R08BnXWBio Shoe Go1
I 1419 Iarnam Street. " I
CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS SELLING AT LESS THANHALF PRICE. ,
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= OUR STOCK GIVES
iW5 YOU NEW IDEAS
ITISEASSYTO - -
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NO USE TO
_ LOOK ELSEWHERE '
WE HAVE EXACTLY
WAAT YOU WANT
; . OUR PRICES
I ARE ALL RIGHT S
OUR STOCK
IS LARGE - .
THE BARGAINS
ARE MANY AND GOOD
W-
THE QUALITY IS OF
THE HIGHEST GRADE ,
L The 99-Cent Store 1319 [ Farnam.
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l'hrlsmll ) 'resents uf Wearing ApparI.
Are certainly very useful and when you
consider that you can buy men's anti boys'
clothing for less Ihan 50 cents on tine dollar .
) 'ou should COIl early tomorrow 10 15 S.
161h. where they are selling out the stock
of Iho former Globe Clothing cOmllan
January 19 , , whatever Is left or this stock
will have to be aucton1 oft 10 the highest
bidder anti evr ) ' one knows emi n forced
sale In n bulk in audi ( hues as these , you can
hardly realize 25c ou the dollar . therefore
wo offer 8uch innimncenments. \\'C still have
on hand flee mien's anti bo's' chotuning. It
has all got to go ali you might as wel have
tine benefit. There Is also n big lot oC extra
inn go stilts . o\ercoall anti linda In this stock
to fit fat men , which are orercll for lie
price of the butons anll the linIng. hays'
antI children's caps , worth tip 10 'l.G take
yotir luck emi lol1lar for 25c. I you have
got n boy hint can ISO an overcoat bring him
arol11 1olHla ) ' , mitch If wo can fit him antI
stilt you II color nld style It will slr1rlso
yeti how cheap the Price will be SIlk
nntmfllers , hnnmtiikercliiefs , gloves , etc. . for imoll-
day presents . for less Ihan one.hal or any
one iilses liricts . Itcineitubor . II Is the money
wo are after ali ns wo ha\o 10 earthly
, use for tIne goods after January 1 ! , Ihercforo
I this slnughler receivers sale
U [ S. IGlh street p , near Douglas.
Auction-Be sure anti attend ' tine sale ot
nie horses , draft . drivers aunt chunks , Well-
flestiny , Decemhr 211. nt I p. 1. sharp . 01 the
Union South Omaha. stock ) 'anl horse IHI mulc larkel ,
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WITHOUT SIGNIFICANCE HER1.
I"c" Inn lhlnlm Hlncr to ha . \ fclcll b ,
Aitti-Secret Sociot' huieyt'iit'muI .
II sealdng yesterday oC tIne paal dccreo
against secret societies HePather
Colanerl said that It was 10 sur-
Ilrlso 10 mutt I hall long been au-
tclpaled , and so Car as tine diocese of Omaha ,
wns concerned , It would have bil little sig-
tmiflcance . Whie Ill Catholics hind not been
IJrEVlolsl } ' Interllclell from Joining these so-
eietie . I was 111 ullleBtoo < that such 1
course was Iqt aI111'0\'c < br tIne church , and
flw If any good Catholics had
al , Calholcs over con-
fleetest themselvcs with any of the socie-
ties. Among the G.OOO Catholics In this
dloceso . HeCulanerl believed that less titan
Ir ) were Ilmbes of any of the societies.
The chef objeclol 10 ho I societies was on
account oC time rlualst6 services , which hml
always been obnoxious 10 tine heads of the
clinmrcim But the decree was not 10 be In-
terlrcte < as antngonlstc : 10 these societies.
I ' \ 'ISerr < llerlnt Iro\n \ the oppositIon or
tine church to the Masons ali WIS simply a
conllal\l 10 the church to leI thcm alone
In his opinIon ( there WIS no doubt but that
the order wouhl he Implcily obeyed AlY
member of the church who refused 10 separate -
rate hImself flom any of the objectIonable
societies of which he was a member would
be denied the sacrament , but he would bo
readmltcll 10 the church at any tIme ohnems
lie tiecitieti to obey thtc decree.
The decree is imoos' In tine luommtis of tine
bishops , but. tine clergy have liati no omclal
notice of its arrival. 'V'ithtinu a reasonable , , ,
time it will be read frame all the altars amid
itni vrovisionis wIlt berigidly _ enforced.
Artists' sinppnles , A. ilospe , 1513 Douglas.
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THIS WEEKI
Everything in Trimmed Hate
Must go at any price
tlis week.
WE WILL KEEP OPEN
EVENINGS.
: ; ; ; who have cut hair to sell phrase bring
It in at once.
MRSIIRUH.DAVIES
15 2 D Douglas St.
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This is a tuisco of expert exciusivemess ,
it is not a toilet glass or a nlreasitng caso.
It is meant for ShAVING , amid every detail
inn conipiete to this orit' end ,
Tine mirror is anljumttiniule , anti a fine piece
of beveled plate ; thin. ' ntraweru are large , anti
one is hinted throughout with plush ; there is a
brass loovel-racl on ( ito side ; ( lie 'cnnplionrnl is
for shaving cups , straps , amid toilet articles ;
thu drawers tire dsigmmeni ; for amid are just
tine right size for gentlemen's wearing ap-
march ,
We hiave tineso Cabinets in tue first selec-
( Ion of wimito oak , witin antitiue finish ; also
In tmird'nn-cye mntplo , curly hmlrcin antI solid
mahogany. They are a special production for
the holidays , amid as snmcin they sell at a
trilho under ( lie regular price ,
\Vitat better oltitortumnity to get a inandsonie
Cimristmnttnni gift for youm gentleman friend ?
Charles Shivorick & Co.
FURNITURE of Every Ooaoriptbi
Teninporary Iou muon ,
J.Jfi , UII J.004 ) ( , 11.H Hti3O ,
MILLARD HOTEL BLOCK.
OUR s'roruiVIId 1ui Ol'EN EVEItT
EVENING UN'i'lL CliliH'J'IttAU ( ,
flisiuti.ni NoSier ,
Notice inn hiemeby gloemi that I ) . L. 5.
Maclumen of line him ( if IJumneanu , linjilisiger
& Co. will. on the 1st tiny of Janmnmnnry , hWJ5.
retire trtmn any annul itli cjinnt'ctlomnun with
muinItl firm , tine nttnii Itrmmo retaining mdl assets
anti asaunmminmg all thie iitnhiiithns thereof ,
IS ) 23 2 27 Morn
* I tick In oh tlviio' 1i ( 'C I I ii g.
Office of Lee.Clailee.Amotln'eesen I lurtlware
Co. ' Onniohnu , Nd' . , lee , 7 , 3S9i.-NolIco its
iier'bey given to tine stocklmoidems of tine i.ee-
Ciarke.Annlrecst'n , Hardware conmnpanny lust
tine unitual meetinig of ( lit , ittockinoitlers of
ihno comuIlmuny ovili ho held Ut tine oliicemn of
thu said comnputny , 1219 , 1241 amid I2J hlarnuey
street , iii tii" city of Olititina , Inn the slitte of
Nebraska , on Tuesday , Jiumnuary S. A. I ) .
istis. at 3 o'clock i' . iii. , for tue punrpcnte of
electing a board of niirvctuns for titu coin.
puny to serve dunimmg tIme emun'nninmic year , amid
10 trainmiact such oilier husinvss us may b
utrebented at such rneetlmng. . '
Attest ; 11. J , LEE , l'resldent.
\v. M. 0144U313 , Secretary.
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