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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATUKDAY , JUNE 'i , 1800 ,
ff STARTLING Saturday , at IBfli and Douglas All the 25o Lrullos' and Gent's Pour bnrgr i tables of Misses' ' , Plain white and fancy border , Chiidrun's , j Vllos' ixml Man's hemstitched and pure Irish fast blnck , full fcenmlcss hosiery , , linen handkerchiefs , go at 5c pont flK'i Go nd lOo pulr , worth each , up to 2oo. PROPRIETORS 2ocand COequalIty - 60c nil silk veil- Ity ladies' extra You can buy these Shoes hip In plain not * heavy Jersey MILLINERY BARGAIN nntt fnnuy bar- fillk mitts and doroil , IX'BO ' Kloves , go at At Boston Store. ohenlllo spot , 10c , lOc and 25c 1:0 nt 10 c pair. Startling bargains in stylish , up-to-dato millinery. Saturday you surely can select something ynrd. shoes have national thing to your taste among 1,000 , trimmed hats which we make a final millinery feature of Those thny are a advertised repu in this sale Union ingrain arpo frilled Sofa pillows , every magazine- America they parpot , the worth 7oc , Your choice of Stylish White Hats are the choice of hundreds of thousands ; t. . " > o kind , , yard. each , sands of women and men , who 25c Lovely Leghorn , Very artistically trimmed with know by actual experience yard.19c chilEon , flowers , maline , lace , Hemmed Handsome Tuscans , oto. , with all the style and HOW WELL THESE SHOES WEAR- Homtneil nlllow nnd wash taped rags , dash of a $15.00 HOW PERfECTLY THEY FIT lurgo 8(7.0 ( , worth lOo , cnch , Charming Chips and pattern hat , for HOW COMI ORTABLE THEY ARE cnoti , 2c Fancy Braids. goat Saturday RlCH'SfAMOUS AND THE STYLE THERE ALWAYS IS TO 5c EVERY PAIR. 30-inch long Likely as not you will find 30-liich , percale turkish towels , fine worth 15c , among them the hat you want exceptionally , WE CONTROL THESR wot'tli 20c , each , ed so much hist Imported Leghorn Hats SALE m OMAHA. 1'iiril 6c , 5c week at $7.50 trimmed with go on this sale GUARANTEE EVERY PAIR AND Flno ribbon , chiffon I Rubber fancy qtmlity printed at and flowers , WILL REPLACE ANY I cumin , the 15(3 ( luwns , lOo at PAIR THAT IS NOT RIGHT. leach I kind , , very heavy , grade , ynnl , 400 Ladies' i 2c Thousands of bunches of ex P And We Positively Show Pull size Inco Trimmed Hats quisite Ollll * M i iOt * and Sell pookot curtains as they last , as , long Hough straw braids , in nat Imported Flowers More Shoes , lend jb ] purses mks ) , and , each 25c , ural colors , trimmed with Ladies' ' Untrimmed Hats Violets , pansies , roses , moil- More Slippers , 19c chillon , flowers , Every ono this season's tures and spray sty'c , In two-toned combinations More Oxford Ties etc. , actually , flowers actually 6 ft. curtain binations black and col , ' JAM nil It plain poles worth for Saturday ors , over 50 styles to se 81.50' STORES unM complete with $5 , lect from worth . , THAN ANY OTHER THREE SHOE strtpod ; they were brass fixtures , urday at early In the Benson ? 1.50 , eale at IN OMAHA PUT TOGETHER. ribbon , worth . . on , each , on sale on second lloor. lOir , yard TTr ! / Waist Bargains 500 sample BECAUSE THE SHOES WE SELL ARE THE Jlnen skirts , \Vll\G Illl Bilk Straw A bright handsome lot oC shirt many with BEST ON EARTH FOR THE MONEY ribbon , the mattlnp : , waists made from good percale , embroidered MONEY -AND THE BEST THAT 2ic ) kind worth loc , waists thnt fit , with separate collars , Insertion set , double stitched yokes , made to wear In and put CAN BUY - * i'ft'-d ' , yard , well , nnd laundered , well worth 75c , on In fancy on sale at 29c each , on second floor . apron effects PRICES 5c 9c some HERE ARE THE : A choice lot of chain- Worth up to fine . - $5.00 on sale Ladies' Shoes black tan $3.00 bray waists , best quality percale at Queen Quality , or 12-inch Small slzo Mo- and lawn waists , all of thorn with ' Ladies' Oxfords black ortan---S2.50 wide sash Queen Quality - - - quotto rugs , tucked fronts , on sale at , ribb'in , beautiful patterns ; $3,00 and $3,50 $ worth 7fic , each , Silk Shirt Waists Julia Marlowe Shoes , , 39c silk Exceptional waists , tucked bargain nnd In made blnok In China the Julia Marlowe Oxfords $2,25 and $2,50 $ lOci latest worth style $3.50 , , on with sale selt nt collar , actually Phit Eesi Shoes , for ladies $3,00 $ , carpet All wool , the ingrain $7.50 Silk Waists S3.90 Ladles' choice Linen for Crash Skirts , all sizes , QCn 3u Ladies' ' French Heel Oxford Ties- - . . $2.50 and $3,00 $ , i Hammock OSc kind , A new lot of line quality taffeta and satin ' Ladies' French Heel High Out Shoes $3,50 Sale MO , 59c duchosse silk waists , also plaids , checks Ladles' new crepon skirts , handsomely yard , vnd stripes , many of them with fancy silk llnlshed , lit perfectly 1 . fronts , all of them tucked. This Is over the hips and hangs Ladies' ' Strap Sandals $ l,25-l.50 75c , OSc , 31.25 39c a sampln line , no two alike , gracefully , all of them many of them worth $7.50 flnlshcd In high . class Or , Reed's ' Cushion Shoes for men $4,00 , land $1.50 each. on sale at manner , worth $10.00 , on , CUSHION SHOE. saleo-t $6.93 . FOR CHRISTIAN MORALITY En de a voters of Omaha and South Omaha Meet in Convention. GATHERING OF THIRTEENTH DISTRICT llev. KnvtilKC Kxiionniln the Meaning of ChrlNtlaii Cltl/.eiiHliliiaiiil I'lcailx for Home HHNOIIN Impor tance of Junior Soelvtlen. The thirteenth district of the Nebraska Christian Endeavor union , comprising the Boclotles of Omaha anil South Omaha , liehl its annual convention In St. Mary's Avenue Congregational church last night. An In i teresting program of discussions 011 endeavor ' deavor subjects n'nd reports on the \\ork was followed by a pleasant social hour In the church parlors. After a short devotional and praise serv ice , Rov. A. Christie Brown , president of the district , Introduced Itev. C. \ \ ' . Savldge. Jilr. Savldgo explained the meaning of Chris tian citizenship as tlie making of bad people .into good citizens. Ho urged his hearers to wnko up to the fact that Omaha was ft wicked city , that all largo cities were wicked and thct there was nn Immediate need of an Increase in the number of those doing something to redeem the- morally and spiritually lest. Near the very church whore no many Christians gathered and in fact nil over the city there were those who were. In nceAl of moral guidance and up lifting. The speaker Bought very earnestly to Impress the members of the convention with the great opportunities each of them bad for work in thla Held. The great need HOW IT SPREADS. People Are Talking AH Over Omn- ha This Ueport Comes Troin North 21th Street. How It spreads. Can't keep a good thing dpwn. Ever notice how good things are 1ml- tntcd ? Better the article , more Imitators. Fortunately the people have n safe-guard. 1'ralso can't bo Imitated , And true praise takes root nnd spreads. CInlms Is ono tiling , proof another. Claim is what the manufacturers say. JYoof is whnt the people say. Omuha people say Doan's Kidney Pllla cure sick kidneys , Cure all kidney Ills. Hundreds of citizens testify to this. Hero Is a case In point : Irs , II , P. Dodendorf. 911 North 24th etrcct says : "Rheumatism In the shoulders BO that my left arm was almost helpless , eo that I could not nilso It to my head , swelling of the feet and ankles no pro nounced that the blclii was drawn tight and bhlny , so thnt 1 could not lace my shoes- all of these symptoms pointed directly to disordered kidneys. While visiting In my old home , Wllkeabarro , Pa , , my father ad vised mo to use Dean's Kidney Pills nnd Elated tjiat they were a remedy extensively rccommemld In and mound Wllkcabarre. and I got a box , afterwards procuring two more at Kuhn & Co'a Drug Store , corner 16th and Douglas stfetn. The swelling ill * , appeared , tde rheumatism left my shoulder nnd I stopped the treatment for there was uo use of n contlnuanoe. " Douu'e Kidney Pills for ealo by all deal- erd , price t > 0c. Mailed by Fostcr-Mllburn , Buffalo , N , Y. , bole agents for the U. S. Remember tbo naiuu , Uoau'n , aud take no ubsUUute. of the Endeavor societies all over the state was a grand purpose and the saving of souls was Just such a purpose. It was not true that the people of the slums could not bo reached. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gratton sang a sacred duet which proved very enjoyable. Mrs. Hattlo S. Carruthers of Hastings made a plea for greater and more active interest In the work of the Junior societies , which she declared to be full of the most favorable opportunities for influencing young minds In the right directions. She was firm in the belief that the conversion of chil dren was a perfectly natural and sincere process and should bo extensively followed. The young mind , she said , should be brought under the Influences of Christian morality before everyday association had tainted the perfect purity of chlldhooJ. Miss Ivy Reed gave a sketch of the or ganization of stnto nnd district endeavor work and outlined the history of the thir teenth district and some of the works It had undertaken. Ono of these had been to bring about the closing of the gates of the World's fair on Sundays. The same work had 'oecn taken up In connection with the Transmls- slsslppl nnd Greater America Exposition. In this connection It wns announced Inter In the evening that the city union of En deavor societies had prepared blank peti tions for the closing of the gates on Sun days this summer , which would be distrib uted among the members of each society In the city and also throughout the state , for circulation signatures. President Brown then gave his Impres sions of whnt the Detroit convention waste to bo and described the arrangements which had been made for the reception and entertainment of the delegates by the En- deavorers of Detroit. Ho announced that through a former secretary of the Nebraska state union , who Is now a member of the committee on arrangements , the Nebraska delegation had secured the most favorable locntlon In the city for headquarters and accommodations. living . ! . . l .nrl trt M ft m Inn In nf11 - . _ iu ummui " > A committee nppuimuu cers for the coming year recommended that the ofllcors of the city union be eldoted as . This recommendation the offlcws of the district. mendation was adopted unanimously. The officers thus elected were : Rev. A. Chris tie Brown , president ; Frank Zlmmerlo , vice prwldcnt ; Miss Ivy Heed , recording secretary Ward , corresponding secretary tary ; Miss Agnes retary ; L. M. Talmadge , treasurer ; Miss McVlUlo. superintendent of Junior work ; of Christian Arthur Chase , superintendent citizenship work. SHANNON FRESCOtS FACES Tvm llo > H Meet Their Maleli In a Sa loon IIrnul I'roiirletor < ! eC u l'V\v CiitM Illinxrlf. Another battle , resulting In the battering of three faces until they bore all the colors tf the rainbow , occurred Thursday night in Jack Shannon's saloon. According to the story routed by Shannon a party of four young fellows entered his saloon and seemed Intent upon starting n row. He taya they attacked u man called "Cooney , " nnd when ha tried to stop the trouble ono of them struck him. In de fending hlmt-elf nnd endeavoring to give as good as hfi received his face was brulacd pretty badly , a black mark under hla lefi eye showing how hard the boys could hit. Two of the Invaders , Robert Livingstone and Howard Fisher , look as If they had gone up against n battering ram. Their faces are covered with bruises which will mar their beauty for several days. They aay that Shannon started the racket and they were compelled to defend themselves. They assert that Shannon called them "cheap skates" because ho did not think they wcro spending money enough , and finally threat ened to throw them out. When they worn arraigned they entered a plea of guilty to the charge of fighting , nnd were fined $5 and cottu. Shannon pleaded not guilty uud lili cane was cet tor trial later , POPULAR GIRL VOTE CONTEST Another Turn in the Rank of the Contesting Aspirants for a Pree Tour. TWO LEADERS WIN BACK FORMER POSITION While Other IntercHtlnw Aiijienr In the IteHiilt of the Fifth DIIJ'H Vote All Denoting u Warm Content. The earnestness of the struggle for a place among the first four In The Dee's Popular Girl Vacation Contest was decidedly evinced In yesterday's vote , Misses Gursko and Tal- mage winning back their positions as first and second respectively In the list , after having fallen behind for one day to second end and third places. Miss Eva Phillips of Swift and Company and Miss Myra Austin of the Union Pacific headquarters are both now names in the foremost rank , while Miss Clara Danncr lias kept up with the procession , holding tier own as fifth In rank. The number of votes cast Is also showing a decided Increase , promising soon to run far Into the thousands. The following is the score of those receiving two or more votes : Anna RurxUe , teacher Maxim Nehool . . . . . . l > i'lo Ailn I. . TalnuiKe , M. 10 , .Smith A C 1011 K va riiiniiiN , swift & c sit : Jlyrii AiiHtln , U. 1 * . heailiiiiiirterx. . 71(1 ( Clara Domu-r , Kelly , Stiver .t Co. 7(11 ( Maud Her , U. 8. National bank CM Maud 13. Williams , Uuslnests nnd Fra ternal aHtVJcIallou C01 Clara McCann , Thompson. Uelilen & Co. 603 Florence Rodgers , Hlclmrd-on Drug Co. 53D Zdenka Vasak , clerk - 4UU Cnrrlo Austin , U. D. Evans to5 Gertrude Honcc , Fidelity Mutual Life. 31J Nora Halter , People's Furniture & Cur pet company 317 Mamie liurd. F. M. Schndell 225 Uose A. Mullady , Hoston Store 'J17 Dora Wood , Thomas Kllpatrlck & Co. . J60 Addle Palmer , W. H. Bennett Co Ib3 Mary B. Hruner , Dodge Bchool. . . 181 Adallne. . Dohcrly , 13. < t M . headiiuartcrs Ii9 Jennlo Itablnowltz . 11 , Dennett Co. 178 lena Uarnhart , W. U. Tel. Co' . 171 Kate U. Swartzlander , Uoston Store. . . . UD Uertha M , Davis , J. 11. Leaner JGO Anna Donovan , Omhu Kxculslor 15S Carrie Ocumpauyh , Dodge Street Luncheon 119 llnlllo Spera. D.wls & CowBlll Iron works 133 Helen Wlnanti stenoijrapher 120 Ollvo Mnlley , Nebraska Clothtlng Co. . 118 Jennie Furr , Jlayden Hros. . So. Omahu , 10 > Nnnnle Kcnney , Hnslou Store 101 Julia Welnlnnder , Mrs , Mention. . . . . . . . . 100 Huttlo Cronlnnd , Postal Tel , Co ui Mamie Kelly , Nebraska Tel. Co 9 Jennie Gregg , teacher Kelloin tchool. . , 83 Mlllio Hllmer. Kopp Drelbus & Co. . . . 73 Hancliuii Hehfeld , teacher Lake school , 70 KrneH'Ino ' Fulllngton , stenogruplier Her Grand GG Kate Kenny , Boston Store M Maggie Heck , W. U. Tel , Co 37 Margaret Di'imls , Thomas Kllpatrlck ft Co , 20 Alma L'.ndquiEt , M. K. Smith & Co. . . . 20 a race Page , Omaha Printing Co , , , , 20 L'asslo Arnold , tlorlst . , , , 25 Maggie Dally , Stelne Tires 23 Minnie Carey , Telephone Co 22 Uerlha Meyer , Thompyon , lielden & Co , 21 Km ma Quick , Hnrtman Ins. oltlco 21 Uelle II. liruce , Frontier laundry 20 Pearl Price , T. M. Grant Co 19 Hose McCormlck , People's Furniture & Carpet Company 19 Pearl Sunderland , Postal Tel. Co , . 19 Lillian LoftUB , stenographer IS Winifred. Smith. Clement Chase 17 Tilda Curry , Straight & Howe 17 Maud AyerJ , teacher 10 Margaret llurriimm , W ntern Union. . 16 Mr . Harvey U. Morse , U , P. station- cry department 15 Huby D. Forbes , Anthony Loan & , Trust Co 15 Hurgtl llnnnen , Ttemls Uag Co IS L. Penncll. W. , Bennett Co. . , . . 14 Ada Yule. Western Union 14 Helen Crawford , utenographer W. L , Selby 11 Minnie Locsch , ThomnH Kllpatrlck & Co 14 Coll.i AVolcott , Swift and Company. . . , 13 Murlo lUutln , Kelly. Sliger & Co , 12 Agnes Myers , Swlfi and Company 12 Laura M. FUher , cuahter. . . . , . , . . , , , 12 Blanche Campbell. Pacific school U Mabel Hyde , teacher . .T 10 Irene Underwood , teacher 9 Am s , Fannie Miller , U. P. hcadq'rtcrs. 7 M argaret Huton 1 , nurse , G Florence Brown , teacher fi Fannie , Brown , W. R. Bennett Co G Dale Mead , Thompson. Beldcn & Co. , . G Matilda Fried , teacher G Fannie Meyer , teacher Lincoln school. . B Elsie Blake , W. R. llennett Co B Grace Baxter , Norrls' ; 5 C. A. Holmes , Swift nnd Company. . . . 5 Beatrice' Ball , teacher 6 F. Fltzpatrlck , Boston Store 4 Leah Loveiling , stenographer 4 Rose McDermott , Dellono hotel 4 Bessie Dunn , teacher 4 Nora Brlggs , poytolllce 4 LIda Mlkjescll. Thompson , Beldcn & Co. 4 Maud Sargent , lire and police , operator. 3 Nellie Ocandor , Northwall & Co 3 S. McFarland , teacher Child Saving institute 3 Fannie Pratt , stenographer 3 Julia M. Leeder. Boston , Store 3 Kmma Balcke , Swift and. Company. . . . 3 Minerva III Icy , nurse 3 Kate McIIugn , teacher 3 Bessie Sedgwlck , Benson's 3 A. Gavin. Boston Store 3 Frances M. Pratt , Woolworth , Mcllueh & Carroll 3 Jenet Stevenson , government meat Inspector specter j Francen F. Coggeshall , stenographer Aetna Insurance company 2 Frances T. Uuckholz , Carter White Lead works' . o Rosnnna Dacey , teacher 2 Ivn. llullllmn. R. James j > Laura Clover , U. P. Iii3-idriuarter3 ° " Ada King , A. I. Root , . . . Lillian Bamford , Deaf nnd Dumb Inst. . 2 Delia Kdholm , American Hand-Sewed Shoe Co igi j Jennie Richards , stenographer 2 Maud J. AVnllace , Ringwalt Bros 2 COMING EVENTS OF Y. M. C. A. Opening tit the Athletic I'nrlt TlilM Afternoon < vlth nil Attractive 1'rouram , The opening of the Athletic park , to which n great many have been looking with Interest , will take place today , beginning at 2:30 : p. in. A great .program will be run off on this occasion , including bicycle races and athletic events. * The opening of this park means much for clean athletic 'sport , as well as being a great help toward the real 'beginning ' of amateur athletic spirit In Omaha. From the Interest manifested a great crowd Is lookcnl for. Refreshments will bo served by the women of the First BaptlHt church. Ono of the ninny ways in which the Ath letic park will bo helpful Is In the social work. A series of lawn socials are being planned for , the first of which will be given Monday evening by the January club. The program , which will begin at 7:30 : o'clock , will Include music by the High School band , games , tal.ta nnd refreshments. A' flno time Is asBurod. The president of the club will celebrate his birthday on the eamo occasion , "On Track nnd Field" is the title of an attractive pamphlet , Just published , describ ing the good times that may bo looked for during the summer. The cuts of J , F. Craw ford , Frank Hnakell , C. E , Morgan , J , J. Byrne nnd others add to the Interest. Copies may bo bad upon application at the asso ciation. Your summer vacation nt Lake Geneva or elsewhere will bo discussed at the Men's meeting Sunday at 4 p. m. , by Ploe'lcal Director Barnes , P. 0. McLarln of Chicago and Secretary Willis. There will bo good singing and A good time. Mr , D , O. McLarln , a student at the Chicago cage Young Men's Christian Association Training school , will spend several days In Omaha studying the workings of the local association as well as enjoying a brief vaca tion. Mr. McLarln Is an old acquaintance of Secretary WH1I , On account of the reception the Bible class session will bo omitted Monday even ing , lluuUlln'a Arr. cn rjrrie. THE DEBT SALVE in tb world for Cute , nrulsee. Sores , Ulcers , Salt Rheum , Fever Sorss , Tetjer , Chapped Hands , Chilblain * , , Conn and nil Skin Eruption ? , and positively cures Piles , or no pay required. U le guar anteed to give perfect eatUfuctlon or money lefunJed , Prlco 25 cents per box. For sala by KuUn & Co , SOUTH OMAHA NEWS. | fc c& _ < J > i > > < > * > 4) * S > < S > & & > < &r Architect L. A. Davis has completed thf detailed drawings for the new St. Martin's Episcopal church which is to be crtcted < it the northeast corner of Twenty-fourth and J streets. The church is to be erected entirely of stone , with a slate roof , and the plans follow the Gothic style of architect ure. When completed this church will be the handsomest In the city. The structure is to be eighty-four feet In length with a width of fifty-eight feet. A tower twelve feet square and fifty feet In height will rise from the southwest corner of the edi fice. The ground lloor of the tower will form a vestibule , having entrances on the Twenty-fourth street side nnd also on the J street side. These entrances will be con nected with a circular stone terrace which will add greatly to the artistic appearance of the structure. A largo stained glass window Is to bo placed in the front , midway between the tower and the north wall. The sanctuary Is located in the east end , and a largo pipe organ is to too placed Just north of the chancel. A seating capacity of 350 is to pro vided for. The celling will bo of yellow pine with oil finish , and the roof will bo supported with fancy exposed trusses. The west end of the basement , which Is to be well lighted nnd ventilated , will bo used us a choir room. This choir room will bo reached from the first floor by a flight o steps placed In a half-circular bay. Steam will bo used for heating purposes and the building will bo modern In every respect. It Is estimated that when completed the church will cost JS.OOO. A quantity of stone is now on the ground and It Is expected that building operations will commence be fore long. The committee having In charge the raising of the amount needed expect to have the $8,000 aubscrlbed In a few- days. Over $0,000 has already been pledged and the balance , will , it is thought , bo raised within the next few days. Urv. Irving Johnson , the rector of St. Martin's church , is of the opinion that the new church will bo ready for dedication about Christmas. _ lliilterllelil'N HciiialiiH Taken Home. .The remains of Charles Buttcrfield , who was accidentally killed at Twenty-fourth nnd F streets Thursday night , were removed to the Buttcrfleld homo nenr Fort Crook yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will bo hold In the Union church near the Bailey cemetery at 2:30 : o'clock this after noon , The deceased had been employed by the Munshaw Lumber company for some months , nnd was well liked by those who know him. Just now the accident bap- ponded Is not known , but it ia thought that the horse young nutterfleld was driving became frightened and started to run away nnd when the buggy capsized nutterfleld was thrown out nnd struck on his head with force enougu to cause concussion of the brain , : M u I ! ( > > ' * MlHtaUe. While working t Armour's some months ago Patrick Mulroy met with an accident which caused the loss of his left hand anil a portion of tno arm. At the time of the accident Mulroy was feeding a hashing ma chine nnd in a moment of absentmindedness ness turned his Jiend to look at something and thrust his band into the grinders , After the wound had lioaled the Armour company offered Mulroy $760 In cash and a Job , but acting upon the advice of an nt- torney Mulroy refueed tills offer and brought suit for $25,000. The ease was tried in the district court yesterday and the court held that the nccldcnt was caused by Mulroy's own carelessness and consequently decided In favor of the defendants. lloiiml-l l > of Two typical tramps who gave the namco of William McCuno nnd Joe Illcker are locked up In tbo city Jail charged with begging on the streets , OOlccr Joliet happened across the L street viaduct nnd cnught the r > alr in the act of soliciting alms. He placed them both under arreat and started for the Jail. After going n short distance Rlcker broke loose and ran through an alloy to ward N street , where he was "nailed" by Ofllcer Johnson. Rlcker resisted arrest , but was quickly subdued. For several days a gang of toughs has been begging on the streets and the police have been kept busy arresting all suspicious looking characters. Nine vagrants wcro found sleeping In the hay barns at the stock yards Friday mornIng - Ing and they were arrested by the stock yards police force and turned over to the city police. .MnBlo City ttoNNin. A. T. Lowry has returned from n western trip. Harry Bogg of Chicago visited the Armour plant here yesterday. Balthas Jetter went to Louisville yester day to look after some business matters. John N. Thornton of DCS Molnes was In the city yesterday visiting C. A. Melcber. D. J. Simpson , purchasing agent for Armour & Co. spent yesterday In the city. Preaching services will be held at the Al bright Methodist Episcopal church at 11 a. m , and 8 p. m. on Sunday. Sabbath school at 10 a. in. Burglars tried to break Into A. L. Cole- man's house , Twenty-third and G streets , Thursday night , but were frightened away when Coleman turned , his gatllng gun loose. A tower for cooling water for vacuum pans is to bo erected on the top of ono of the big buildings at Armour's plant , This tower will bo eighty feet long , thirty feet wide nnd between thirty and forty feet in height. Bee Hive lodge , No. 184 , Ancient , Free nnd Accepted Masons , elected the following olll- cers on Thursday night : B. B. Wllcox , worthy master ; F. V. McKlnstry , senior warden ; J. C. Buchanan , Junior warden ; Eps Cory , treasurer ; E. W. Chandler , secre tary. MAGMKlCK.Vr TRAINS. Omaha to Chlonco. The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way has Just placed In service two magnifi cent electric righted trains between Omaha and Chicago , leaving Omaha dally at CMS p. m. , arriving at Chicago nt 8:25 : n. m. , nnd leaving Chicago at C15 ; p , in , nnd arriving nt Omaha nt 8:20 : a m. Each train is lighted thoroughly by electricity , hns buffet smoking cars , drawing room Bleeping cars , dining cars and reclining chair cnrs nnd runs over the shortest line nnd smoothest roadbed be tween the two cities , Ticket office , 1504 Farnam street , and nt Union depot. lleeovereil HlH Home. E , L. Robertson , the Leavonworth street liveryman , returned Friday from Norton- vllle , Kan , , with the horse and buggy stolen by Cyrus Hunter Boyer. now In Jail in Kan sas City. Boyer rented the outfit nn March 26 , He drove through to Nortonvllle , where ho disposed of It to a saloon keeper for $50 , Mr. RobertBon learned also that Boyer had gold the same man a horse which he rented of N. E. Dlllrance July 20 , 1898. He got $30 at that time. Mr , nlllranco effected a settle ment with the purchaser of the outfit. Boyer says when he gets out of the Missouri peni tentiary he proposes to turn evangelist , ns he betleves himself fitted for that field. K Itluht to The woman who Is lovely In face , form and temper will always have friends , but ono who would be attractive must keep her health. If she Is weak , sickly and all run down she will bo nervous and Irritable. If she has constipation or kidney trouble her Impure blood will cause pimples , blotches , skin eruptions and n wrelched complexion , Electric Bitters Is the best medicine In tbo world to regulate stomach , liver and kldnevs and to purify the blood. It ghes strong nerves , bright eyes , smooth , velvety skin , rich complexion. It will make a good-look ing , charming woman of a run-down Invalid , Only 50 cents at Kuhn & Co.'s drug store. Elinor I'ollee Mailer * . Albert Patterson was 'nrrested for abusing his family , the cbmplnlnt being made by his wife. Patterson lives at 1021 Si nth Twenty- second street. H Is claimed that his treat ment of his family hns been unbearable. John Clay and William Hcnden-on , Wlnnc- bngo and I'oncn Indians , were charged with drunkenness. They were turned over to the United States authorities ns witnesses ngalnst a colored fellow who purchased the liquor for them. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Phil S. Easterday of Tecumseb Is at the Murray. J. A. Perkins hns returned from a trip to Chicago. George W. Falk of Des Molnes. Is a guest nt the Her Grand. J. G. Corcoran of Wall Laico , la , , la a guest at the Her Grand , Harry D. Clark , manager of the Evnns hotel nt Hot Springs , S. D. , is In the city. D. J. Simpson of Chlcngo , purchasing agent for Armour , la registered nt the MII- lard. lard.T. T. 8 , Rattle , assistant general freight agent of the Northwestern , with headquar ters In Chicago , is at the Mlllnrd , W. S. Haseltlno nnd son of Rome , Italy , are guestu of ono of the leading hotels. They are making a tour of the country , vis iting those points in which they expect to find the most Interest , LOCAL BREVITIES. The following building permits have been Issued by the city building inspector : J. Trawltzko , South Twenty-fifth stieet , frnmo dwelling , $100 ; 0. H. Partridge , 110 North Thirty-first street , frame d\\ oiling , $2,000 ; 0. H. Partridge , name , barn , $200 , The custodian of the new government building la preparing n register that will show 'tho ' location of every room In the struc. ture , together with the names of the occu pants. Thla register will bo issued In card form nnd win be for free distribution. County Commissioner Hocior was on duty for a short time and expects to bo nblo tu attend the meeting of the board next Sat urday. It Is not decided whether the rec.int resolutions , which contemplate the orgnnUn- tlon of n new auditing department , which shall bo strictly under the control of the fusion majority , will coino up at this meet ing or not. As a Table Water , its delightful flavor and absolute purity have made the " favorite " everywhere. Solil Itv Sherman & McCoiitiell Dru f Co. , Omaha , I'uxton , Uulluifher < fe Co. , DUtrlba tori , Omaha.