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THE OMAITA DAILY REE: SUNDAY. NOVEMDUIt 15, 1003.
5 AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA I ' BSa.BSSBJB. Ticn Prapuin( for Eirertt Weak of Slack Bniineta. i SWIFT SENDS BUYING DEPARTMENT EAST Other Arc Layla OsT Help Fendlsg that Tl Wkn the Hmm of Fat Cattle aad Hoes Resasses. Swift and Company are moving their luylng department to Chicago and 3. IL Robertson, head provision man here, haa been ordered to flan Franclaco to take charge of the affair on the Pacific coast. There la a cutting down In expenses In the mechanical department at Swift's for the winter While no change of any Im portance have been announced at any of the other packing houaei. It la understood now, that the heavy runa being- over, men will ba laid oft In all departmenta until the fat cattle commence to come In. It la not expected that the reduction will make any material difference with the laboring men employed, but mostly with those who have charge . of departmenta. There la little foreign trade Just at this time, tha built of that being handled from Chicago. Cudahy aenda great quantltlea of canned meata from South Omaha to .Alaska every year, but ahlpmsnta to thla point are now over for the aeaaon. On thla account there will aoon be a reduc tion, ao it la reported. In the force em ployed at the Cudahy canning plant. The rattle run yesterday waa a little under 2,000 head and the hoga reported In numbered 6,412 head. Aa for aheep, only COOO came In. Totals up to date enow a deficit In hog receipts of 11,518 head, but from present Indications this will be made up before the .end. of the. calendar year. The books ahow that there Is a heavy In crease In both cattle and sheep receipts. Thla , Increase can hardly - be wiped out before the end of tha aeaaon. Louis Peacock Dead. Louis K. Peaoock- died at his home, 2417 O street, yesterday of pneumonia. Funeral services will be held at Brewer'a undertak ing parlors, Twenty-fifth and N street, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. O'Hearn of St. Agnes- church will officiate. After i the services the remains will be forwarded I to Englewood, III., for Interment. The deceased was a well known citiaen of 'South Omaha. He waa 111 only a short time. Wail Night Watchman. . A buslneaa man aald laat night that there la a good chance for a night watchman , to get a job watching atorea and places of bualnesa on N street, Mike Murphy, the watchman who haa been on duty for years, is laid up with a severe attack of rheumatism and there la no telling when he will be able to resume work. The bualnesa men have been in the habit of employing a private watchman for years, -thla precaution being taken in addition to the usual police protection. A good man who haa had any police experience can 'work up a good paying route. Police Keeping Busy. . Since the breaking Into the . Goldstrom ,,aelon at an early hour Friday morning the ' police have been busy rounding up aua- pacta. The reporta of two or three holdxipa ( were sent In, but an Investigation showed that these were fakes. The police are keep ing on the watch for all suspicious charac ters and are arresting everyone who cannot give a good account of themselves. Infor mation haa been received by the chief that a gang of petit larceny thieves Is about ' due here en route from Denver and other wee tern points. While the Ooldatrom rob- ( bery did not amount to much, only 17 In money being taken, the act waa a daring on, ac the glaaa In the front door waa broken and the thief entered through the aperture. Better police protection la to be sulked for the portion of N street weat of . Twenty-sixth street . Aaaaal Meeting; Siaitay, 1 On Sunday at U o'clock the annual meet- ; trig of the First Christian church, will be j held at the church. Twenty-third and K j streets. Reporta from the leadera of each J society will ba read and then will come the election of deaoona. At thla meeting t a jj- 39 out of 40 Get Well Who, Take Dr. Shoop's Restorative A Month at My Risk And that ta Just what ' . " Mot a penny expense to you if ray Restorative falls. v With me. It la simply, how can I get the aick to use Dr. Snoop's Restorative that they may find out for themselves without risk what my prescription can do? If the aick all knew what X know of thla remedy, then no offer Uka thla need be made. But om do not. Some may never have even heard of Dr. Snoop's Restorative, And It la to Just such that I make this appeal. - Z am enthuslaetlo. My enthusiasm la due to knowledge to actual experlenoe obtained In boa pitala and at bedadea with thla prescription. I must reach thoa a not well. I muat bring to them the help they desire, that they, in turn, may make known to other sufferer what Dr. Bhoop'a Reatoratlve haa done for them. And to do this Quickly and without delay, I give to everybody every -whore, an opportunity to use my remedy a full month on trial. My past records show that I have failed In only one caae out of each 40 where this month test was made. Just think of that. t paid gladly, and the fortieth had no expense. That la a record I am proud of. Those who know about my Re atorative who have used It care nothing about my "month's teat." They keep It In the home constantly, aa a safeguard. Whe n an oft day comes, a few doaea set thtnga right again. To them it la an insurance against serious attacks against continued Illness. How to Secure Trial Treatment Write me and simply ask for ta a book you need. A postal trill do, or sign tha coupon. Then I will arrange with a druggist near you, so that you can secure six bottlea of Dr. Bhoop'a Restorative to make the teat. 6end me no m oney. You deal with your drug gist, remember. TJae the Restora tlve a full month then decide. If It auoceeda the coat to you la 15. 60; If It falls I will have the drug gist bill tha coat to me. Could anything be more fair! To delay means to forget Wrt te now, while you have it In mind. This Is Important. , -DR. SHOOP-8 At the Doctor's Risk Dr. Bhoee . Bo HTt, KscliM. WU. toot M keck N. aa tn m vhM 1 oaa m Mi aocttaa Or. Skaop' kHtuuii aa M a txui. NWB ,,i mwwmiiiiwi City ... Street ....... .- ' ' Write the pastor. Rev. Leander Lane, will deliver a abort address.' There will be no evening service Sunday. Haste City Cassia. M. II. Francis of Foray the, Mont., Is here Veiling a. W. Francis. Mr. Mary Shepherd of Denver la tha guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Fovte. A house to house ranvass Is bring made by a committee soliciting funds tor the r.ew Christian church. Joseph Koutsky took his canvas boat and some decoya yesterday and started down the river on a hunting trip. Frank F. Brauer, Forty-second and S streets, died yesterday. Funeral aervlces mill be held at the family residence on Sunday. Captain Stephen Allle left Inst night for the west. Ji expects to purchase Some property In beattle before returning to hi home In Chicago. The home of Charles Alkofer, Sixteenth and I streets, waa badly damaged by fire yesterday. It Is estimated that the loss will amount to 11,000. A daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Hurry K Carpenter of Lincoln. Mr. Carpenter was for years auditor at the I'nlon stock yards here, but for the last Lenr haa been manager of the yards at Jncoln. A complaint waa filed yesterday In police court against Roland B. Heward. lie Is charged with stealing a horse from Mrs. Oille L. tewey of Albright on last Mon day night. Heward has not been seen since he departed, with the horse. ALLIGATOR COMES TO EARTH Reptile Blxteea Inches Long One of the Strange Freaks of a, Soatn. erst Rainstorm. A live alligator weighing a pound and measuring alxteen and a Quarter Inches, a visitor, It la thought, from the awamps of Arkansas, came down with the rain which fell in sheets over Nashville, Tenn. After surviving Its flight, the descent and a pounding administered by Frank Bterry, the alligator concluded to quit such Inhos pitable surrounding and turned over on ita back and died. Bterry waa driving a delivery wagon. He aaw an object of some alia Just mlsa hi horsa'a head aa It fell In the road. The horse stopped in his tracks, nearly throw ing Bterry from hia aeat. Thinking that a trace had broken Bterry climbed from the wagon to find at hi horse's feet a live alligator. The little reptile waa very much alive. "I thought It waa a water dog or some new kind of snake," eald Bterry, "and hit him with my whip. He tried to bite me and then I hit him with rocks. I didn't kill him though. At last I got his head between two sticks and carried htm on to the store. Everybody said it waa an alli gator, and I put him In a pan of water. Ono fellow offered me GO cents for him be fore he diod, but I wouldn't take it." The alligator died In about two houra, having been -transferred meanwhile to a glass jar and placed on exhibition In a store window. The alligator waa properly marked In ev ery way, though Its akin waa almoat as pliable as a kid glove. Major II. C. Bate, section director of the weather bureau, who la a close observer of the meteorological phenomena, whan told of the alligator, aald that there were numerous Instancea on record of frog and fish being precipitated during a shower, but he had never before heard of an alli gator coming down. Frogs, fish and like objecta were car ried upward with maeses of water, by cy clonic and tornadlo disturbances' In the atmosphere to a great height, and If there waa a atrong wind In the upper atmos phere they might be carried by the force of the wind to a great distance before fall ing. He aald he .thought It probable that the alligator had been taken up and brought here In thla manner from aome point In the aouthwest, perhaps Arkansas. He had ob served about the time the alligator fell a remarkable degree of disturbance in the upper region of the air, indicating that the velocity of the wind waa very great, probably not below 100 mile an hour. If the velocity of the wind waa aa great aa he thought, Ita force would have been suf ficient to have kept the alligator1 afloat In midair. The anemometer at the weather atatlon registered a velocity of only thirty miles an hour. It would have been much greater, Major Bate thinks, but for the hills which surround the city. RESTORATIVE Bonk t ea rypr1 book a ik hmh Book I gi iht Kidutr Book 4 tor Wspmi Book I tor Mm imMI book ea k.biwiUia ............ ..... ... . State .... plainly TOPICS FOR A DAY CF REST Sunday will furnish the churches of Omaha and Vicinity In general unusually fine pulpit oratory, for the blshopa and clergymen attending the general mission ary committee meeting will supply the pul pits of all the Methodla Episcopal churchea and also aeveral of other den3mlnatlens. These services will be uniform In nature and time; the morning hour will be 10:110 o'clock and the vlsltore will preach; In the evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, there will be missionary meetings, both home and foreign flelda being presented. There will be a speclat service In the First church at I o'clock In the afternoon, the conse cration of deaconessea, in which Bishop McCahe has charge and Bishop Hamilton gives the address. These services will un doubtedly be the most popular feature of the committee meeting In Omaha. The list of supplies Is appended: First Morning, Bishop C. II. Fowler, evening. Blxhop 8. M. Merrill, A. B. Leon srd, I.I,. D. Hnnscom Park morning, W. F. Olilham, n. D., evening. Anderson Fow ler, N. B. Blmonsen. D. D., F. D. Oame- well. I. D Hirst Memorial morning. Bishop E. O. Andrews, evening. H. C. Jen nings, D. D..' R. H. Robb, D. !.; McCabe morning, Bishop C. C. McCabe, evoning. Rev. O. F. Arms: Seward Street morning, lilnhop C. T. Fobs, evening, R. W. P. Goft. 3. F. Coucher. D. D., W. F. Oldham, t. P.; South Tenth Street morning. Bishop B. M. Merrll evening, Rev. J. C. Arbiickle, Rev. K. M. Taylor. Rev. D. S. Spencer; Snuth west rcornlna-. Rev. A. J. Warne; Trinity morolrK, J. O. Wilson, t. D., evening. J. F. Huellng. W. W. Ogler, l. v., u. jieber Jor.es, rn. u.; walnut mil morn ing. J. B. Trimble. D. D., evening, K. I.. Iobblns. James Rlmestcr, D. D., W. F. Anderson. 1. I Herman morning. Henry 1cnu'ke. D. P., evening, Henry Lemcke, P. P.: Nor wesrlan-Danlsh morning. N. E. Slmonsen, D. P., evening, H. K. Carroll, l.Jj. D.j Swedish morning, F. M. North, P. P., evening, C. B. Bpencer, D. P.; South Omaha First Church morning. Bishop I. W. Joyce, evening, H. J. Coker, t, P., Q. ii. Smyth, L. P., w. M. Mciaon, i-. i-, lrffler Memorial mornlng.Blshop John M. Yl'nirien evpnlnr H. (1 .lackfon. P. P.. (1 H. Hmvth.-JJ. P., W. P. Marsh. P. P.; AlUn morning, W. H. Nelson, P. P.: Ben sonmorning, Bishop J. V. Hamilton, evening, n. A. Monroe, jj. v. Other than Methodist Episcopal pulpits occupied: J Central united Presbyterian church morning, G 1 Heber Jones, Ph. P. J People's morning, lev. J. I. Mclaughlln, evening. A. P. Morrison, P. P.; flvmoutn uongre-rattonalr-mernlng, James Plmester, P. P.; westminstef Presbyterian morning, Q. W. Isham. Ph.JP.i Bt. Mary a Avenue congre gational nJirnlng. W. W. ORler, P. D.l First Presbyterian morning, Rev. C. W. Smith, D. p.: First Baptist morning, John Parsons, If. P. Council I Bluffs Methodist Episcopal: Broadwayy-morning. W. P. Marsh, P. P., evening, f. W. Ogler, D. D, J. O. Wilson, D. P., J. hV. Robinson, D. P.; Fifth Ave nue monflng, H. C. Jennings, P. P., even ing, P. 3.1 Maveety, D. D., J. C. Floyd. D. P., J. B. rrrimble, D. P.; Trinity morning, S. O. Beton, D. P., John Parsons, P. P., R. C. Smith. D. P., A. K. Sanford, P. P.; Epworth morning, J. W. Robinson, D. D. Dr. Julius Smith will occupy the pulpit at Blair, morning and evening, Pr. P. J. Maveety preaches at Fremont In the morn ing and Pr. 8. F. TJpham goes to Uni versltyi Place for both services. The (general mlsslonaary committee of the MMhodlat Episcopal church la a busi ness body which meeta yearly for no other purpose than the annual provision of mdneys to carry on the missions home and iireign. The aesslon in Omaha began Wednesday morning and will continue un til tHe evening of Tuesday. After the or ganisation of the committee the treasury reports were reed, ahowlng tha largest amount ever contributed to mission work by tills denomination. Thla waa glad newa to the mission conferences, for under the government of the missionary aoclety the yearly advance approprlationa are ' ruled by the total of contrlbuttona during the foregoing year. Because of the great sum for last year, the home and foreign mis sions will during the next twelve months receive much more liberal apportionments. The moat Important action so far by the . committee Is the setting aside of $75,000 aa. a fund to be used exclusively for the repair and renewal of foreign mission buildings. These have been neglected for ten years, through the pressing needs of other work, and even during thla aesslon the appropriation waa strongly opposed. The foreign buildings are, for thla long neglect, many of them in deplorable con dition. The per cent ratio between home and foreign missions has been maintained aa hefore. Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday morning were given to the home mission conference approprlationa and Friday afternoon and today to ' the foreign field. The evenings have been made Interesting by lectures and mission plat form meetings. """"" The Flrat Presbyterian church presents tha following music tomorrow: MORNING. Prelude Andante in D ...Selvls Anthem Let All Creation Praise the Lord Allen Offertory Serenade Verne Solo Awake Ye Saints of Olory Spence Charles II. Oral ton. Poatlude Triumphal March Oullmant EVENING. Anthem Jesus Meek and Gentle.. Ambrose Choir. Quartet I'm Going Home Krata "T. IL" Quartet. Rev. P. F. Bresee, general superintendent of the Church of the Naxarena of California, will hold a ten days' aeries of meetings In the Church of the Naaarene, Seventeenth and Davenport atreeta, beginning Novem ber 21. Rev. Mr. Bresee waa one of those who organized the church In Doa Angeles eight yeara ago. There are now in the western atatea and In Nebraska, Kansas and Illinois 350 ministers and something over 1,600 members. The Pacific Coaat Bible college haa been established. Mr. Bresee will tell of the scope of this denom ination and Ita purpoaea. In All Saints church Mrs. Bhepard, the organist In Bt. Paul's church. Council Bluffs, Is to play. Blahop II. B. Hartxler of Harrlsburg, Pa., will preach In the First Evangelical church tomorrow and will hold aervlces every evening during the week. He will be as sisted by the ministers of Lincoln district. At the vesper musical service hi All Balnta church Sunday the program will be aa follows: Processional Holy, Holy, Holy Nunc Plinittla. In B flat ,. Stanford Bolo Hymn of Trust Allluen Miss Porterfleld. Organ Solo Nuptial Postlude Oullmant Mrs. Uuy Bhepard. Anthem The Peace of God..,.'. Gounod Duet O Morning Land I'helus Miss Barr and D. H. Wheeler, jr. Anthem Abide With Me Harnbv x. . ..i 1 VJ , , . K TV-- 1 , J Organ Postlude March In F Oullmant I Rer. Newton Mann will commence Sun day morning a aerlea of ten lectures on The Causes of the Modern Transforma tion Of Religious Thought," the first of these causes to be considered being "Knowledge of the Earth Brought to Light Since Columbus." The special musical at. traction will be a violin number by Mra. Hageuow. Ernst's "Eligle." During the morning service Sunday in Calvary Baptist church tha choir will slnj the anthem, "Glorious Things of Thee Arti Spoken" (Shelly), with solo by Mr. Paulsen and duet by Mias Williams and Mr. Joseph. Mra Noble will also sing. In the evening the anthem will be "Banctua," by Groen wold, and the solo, "Flee aa a Bird," (Danua). by Mr. 8 tiles. la Castellar Street Presbyterian church a series of evangeUstlo services wl be begun, Monday evening and will be con tinued nightly at 7 tS o'clock except Satur day evening, when there la no service. Rev. N. U. Burdlck of tha Second church. who waa formerly an evangelist, will preach. Music at Kountxe Memorial church Sun day follows: ( MORNING. Organ Andante from Fourth Sym phony Mendelssohn Anthem Oh. How Amiable Are Thy Dwellings West Offertory Andante Merhel Solo Come 1'nto Me Cowen Miss Edith Foley. Triumphal March A. Wlegand EVENING. Organ Nocturne Mendelssohn Bolo The lxrd is My Shepherd. ...Llddle Miss Macv Stapenhorst. Offertory Cornet solo. The Palma..Faure Dr. A. D. Ilrd. Chorus How Lovely Are Thy Meesen- : Mendelssohn Postlude Inflammatn Rossini Dr. A. D. Laird. A service for deaf mutes will be held Sunday afternoon at t o'clock In St. An drews' church, Forty-first and Charles streets, by James II. Cloud, church mis sionary to the deaf. The afflicted church membere do not often have an opportunity to see a gifted sign-talker and the church will doubtless be crowded. The Cherry Hill Men's club gave a very Interesting program at the Cherry Hill Congregational church last Sunday evening. These meetings are held every Sabbath evening from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock and the young men hope for a rapid growth In attendance. The music at Trinity cathedral Sunday will consist of anthems, "I Am Alpha and Omega" Stalner) and "While the Earth Remalneth" (Maunder). T. H. Wright will play "Cradle Song" (Lange) and "War March of the Priests" (Mendelssohn). J. W. Lampman will play the servlcea at Holy Trinity Episcopal church, Ltnooln. Right Rev. George Worthlngton, bishop of the diocese, will preach at the morning service tomorrow In Bt. Matthias church. Rev. John E. Tuttle, D. D., pastor of the First Congregational church of Lincoln, conducts the Sunday services In the First Congregational church. Bishop I A. Williams will officiate In the Episcopal cathedral tomorrow. In Immanuel Baptist church there will be a discussion Sunday evening of the Macedonian massacres by E. C. Page, with an application aa to what American philan thropy should do. There will be special music. The musio at Bt. Mary'a Avenue Congre gational church will be as follows: MORNING. Processional When Morning Gilds the Bky Barnby Chant Benedlc, Anlma Mea Monk Gloria Petri. Anthem Seek Ye the Lord Roberts Bolo by Mr. Kelly Response Choral Saviour, When In Dust to Thee Quartet The Lost Chord Sullivan Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Gretser, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Graham. Throughout the Changing Scenes of Life Smart Come Holy Bplrlt, Heavenly Dove.... Dykes VESPER. Processional When Morning Gilds the Bky Barnby Response Choral Now the Day la Over , Barnby O Mother Dear. Jerunalem!. ......... Ward Gloria Patrl. . , . Anthem O Te that Love the Lord ' ..4 Coleridge-Taylor Invocation Choral Nuno Dimlttls ..Wlckea Special Offertory Hymn The Day is Gently Sinking Smart Jesua Calls Us O'er the Tumult Jude Rev. James SImester, missionary from China, will preach at Kountxe Memorial church Sunday morning. . . Beginning on Monday, evening. . Pr- Rey nolda will conduct a aeries of evangelical meetings at the Castellar Presbyterian church. Rev. Newman Hall Burdlck will assist him. r. M. C. A. Rotes. The Sunday afternoon meetings during the month had a total attendanoo of 1.592. Three bible classes were atarted and four begun in November. The enrollment in the educational de partment Is 218; of this number 171 are dif ferent atudenta, and this shows an Increase of twenty-two over the year previous. ,. The current expenses for the month were $1,854.08, a surplus for the month of $670.. The deficit for the period, May to October, was JM7.67, as against 11,251.20 for the year prevloua. In the physical department there was a total attendance of IG6 at the "gym" claases, a gain of 300 over the year previous, with a total number of baths of 4,466, a dally average of lt6, as against 148 for the year previous. Secretary Willis will assist at the Oregon and Idaho convention at Forest Grove, also at the Washington atate convention at Whatcom. He will also be one of the speak ers at the anniversary of the Pocatello Railroad association. The total membership for October Is 1,694. the largest membership in the history of the association. The membership receipts for the month were fl,S28.60; total receipts, (2,424.43, the largest for any month in the history of the association. Thla doea pot Include the lnome from rentals. Great interest is being shown over the men's meeting for Sunday afternoon, at which Dr. Frank D. Gumewell, who has been called the "hero of -Pekln," will apeak on the siege of that city during the Boxer uprising. Pr. Gamewell had the high honor to be selected by the British and American ministers as commander-in-chief In charge of the fortification. Mlacellaneooa Announcement. Knox Presbyterian; M. DeWitt Long, D. D., Pastor The pastor will preach morning and evening. Unity, Seventeenth and Caaa, Rev. New. ton Mann, . minister Service at 10:80; lec ture; Sunday school at noon. First Church of Christ (ScIentlst)-Sun-day school at :45 a. m.j morning service at 11. Lesson topic: "Soul and Bod v." Castellar Street Presbyterian, Sixteenth AN UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE. Has It ever been your unhappy lot to be told by your physician that you must go to a hospital and aubmlt to an operation? If so, you remember with what dread and shrinking you awaited the day when you must endure the knife. The present day surgeon appears to be possessed by a mania for operating, es pecially In caaes of hemorrhoids or piles and while the greater number of the pro fession do not recommend this "last resort' unless they honestly believe It necessary, the fact remalna that much needless oper ating Is "done, and the patient put to much expense and suffering, for what? To obtain a possible temporary relief; these worda are used advisedly, because in nine eases out of ten the affliction returrs snd the patient Is Just where be -rt- from. Oftentimes he could be cured much more simply and easily by the use of such a remedy aa the Pyramid Pile Cure; thla has come to be recognised aa the best rem edy on the market for the painful disease) named, and the druggists now sell more of It than all other pile remedies combined. The writer personally knows people who were afflicted with the worst form of bleed ing and protruding pllea and who were per manently cured by the uae of Pyramid Pile Cure. In v.ry one of these cases the at tending phyiiclan had assured the sufferer that only by an operation could he rid him cv.lf of the disease; so much for tha lnfalll liilty i'f the doctors. This remedy, which Is sold by all drug gists at the low price of 50 cents. Is In suppository form, is applied directly to the parts affected and performs Its work quietly and painlessly. The Pyramid Drug Co., Marshall. Mich., will mall free to an addreaa a book telling all about pllea o hemorrhoids, their cause and cure. A suggestion is offered, that If the read la afflicted, or knows anyone who Is, thl book be sent for, aa it will be found inva' uabla and Castellar; Welter H. Reynolds, Psstnr (Yeechlng at 10:30 a. m. and i JM p. m. ty the pastor. First Congregational. Nineteenth and Davenport; Rev. Hubert C. Herring. D. P. Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7;t) p. m. Independent Holiness. 17M Leavenworth, Evangelist F. 8. Martin Bible school, 10 a. m.; preaching aervlces, 2:80 p. m. and 7 p. m. Covenant, Twenty-seventh and Pratt, Rev. R. T. Bell, minister Morning service, 10:45; Sabbath school at noon; evening service, 7:30. Grace Baptist, Tenth and Arbor, B. F. Fellman, Pastor Preaching at 10:4 a. m. and 7:4a p. m.; Bible school at noon; young people'a prayer meeting at 7 p. m. First United Evangelical, Twenty-fourth and Franklin: 8. B. Pillow, Pa-tor Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:3V p. m. ; Sun day school at 10 a. m.i K. U C. E. at 1:30 p. m. St. Mark's English Lutheran. Twenty- first and Btirdette. L. Groh. Pastor Serv ices t 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday school at 11 ra. : young people's meeting at :4& . m. Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and Nicholas; Rev. A. S. C. Clarke, Pastor Mornlnr service at 10:30: evening service at 7:30; Sunday school at noon; Christian En deavor at 8:30. First Christian. Meeta in Arcanum Hall. Sixteenth and Harney 8trets Rev. W. A. Baldwin of Lincoln will preach at 10:30 and 7:30; Bible school at noon; young people's meeting at p. m. Trinity Cathedral, Capitol Avenue and Eighteenth Street Holy communion at I a. m. ; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock; evening service at 7:30 o'clock. St. Matthias. Tenth and Worthlnrton: Rev. Philip Pandren, Rector Holy com munion at 7:30 a. m. ; morning prayer at 11 o'clock; evening prayer at 7:30 o'clock; dally morning prayer at, 8:65 o'clock. Good Shepherd, Twentieth and Ohio streets. Rev. Robert B. H. Bell, rector Holy communion, ft a. m. ; morning prayer and sermon, 11; evening prayer and ser mon, 7:30.; Sunday school, 1:46 a. m. J -', V j 1. 1 , ' " "illlT Ii i ... .HV, . I a III II ton, Thomas Anderson, Pastor Service at 10:30; Bible school at noon; young people'a meeting at (:46 p.m.; evening service at 7:45 p. m. The pastor will preach at both service. . First Prebyterlan, Seventeenth and Dodge; Edwin Hart Jenks, D. P., Pastor Unminv lArul. d . 11 9li - . 1 1 K "Chrlnl'. Conception of the Kingdom o( OaA." Even ing service at 7:30: subject. "The Citlxen of the Kingdom." Immanuel Baptist. Twenrv-fourth and Blnney, Pr. R. Kerr Eccles, Pastor Morn ing service st 10:30: tonic "The Treasures of the Snow;" Sunday school at noon; Junior at 8:30 p. m.; Seniors at :15 p. m.i evening aervlce at 7:30. Beoond Preabvterlan. Rev. Newman Hall Burdlck. Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; morning theme, "The Availing Prayer of a Rlshteous Man:" Sunday school at 12 m. and Christian En deavor at 6:30 p. m. The public is invited to worship here. First Baptist. Park avenue and I.Mven- worth, Rev. J. W. Conley, P. P., pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 n. m Sun day school at noon; young people'a meeting at :46 p. m. Pastor preaches In the evening on "ins ftequesc to Jie Cixcusea." First Pentecostal. ReventMnth anit Davenport Class meeting, 8.30 a. m.; preichlng, 11 a. m.: Sunday school. 2:30 ti. m.; holiness class, 3:30 p. m.; praise service, 7:30 p. m.; preaching, 8 p. m. Services Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8 p. m. ' ' St. John's Episcopal, Twenty-sixth and Franklin, Rev. Lucius D. Hopkins, Rector Early celebration Holy communion at 7:30 a. m.i Sunday school and Blhla clasnes at 8:46 a. m.; high celebration holy communion ana sermon at u a. m.; evensong and ser mon at 7:45 p. m. Clifton Hill Presbyterian. Forty-fifth and Grant. R. M. Dillon. Minister Preachlna; at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.j morning theme, "Going Into Temptation;'1 evening, "Not Far From the Kingdom;" Sunday school at noon; Endeavor 6:30 p. m.; prayer meet ing Wednesday evening. - Central United Presbyterian. Dodge and Trwnty-fourth, Rev. John M. Ross, Pastor Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. O. H. Jones of the Methodist General mlsalonary committee. Servlcea at 7:80 p. m., con ducted by the pastor; Sunday school at noon; young people's meeting at 8:30 p. m. SOME MARRIAGE PENALTIES Punishment Inflicted i Addition to that Alleged Imposed at Home. Matrimony la considered a punishable offense In some communities. These circles of aoclety are email, but their edlcta are atrong. The larger community, If It takes cognizance of a man's aingle atate, usually imposes a fine for not getting married, as In Argentina, where bachelorhood requlrea the payment of an Increasing tax to the government. But In certain circles marriage Is re garded aa an offense. At Oxford university, ror Instance, a fellow f All Soul's college forfeits his fellowship If he takea to him self a wife while he Is supposed to be studying the classics. He not only must pay a penalty, but ha muat present his , college a memorial In the shape of a ailver cup, on which la In scribed the words: "Descendlt In matri monlum" "He backslid Into matrimony." The aristocratic Bachelors' club of Pic cadilly, London, uetraclaea members who forget themselves so far as to marry. In stant expulsion Is tha punishment for this offense. The backsliders must leave the company of the bachelors forever. As an get of grace they may pay a fine of 1100 and become honorary members of the club, but that la their only salvation. Not only England has these antl-matrl- mony clubs. , Their formation In Chicago nas. been treated aa a joke, aa It has In other American cities. Bachelors In other countrlea have lent an air of seriousness to their endeavors.. It is serious for a member of a certain Junggesellen club In Germany to lapse Into matrimony. As aoon aa his Intention becomes known he is tried in the club court, with the president ss Judge, when he Is allowed to plead in extenuation of hs offensa On the skill of his pleading and hla excuses depends his fine, from 1100 to $260. This fine Is devoted to a dinner, at which all members appear In mourning garb. At Ita conclusion the president reed the sentence of expulsion, and the delin quent Is kd from the premlaea to an ac companiment of groans and lamentatlona Only last winter a recreant waa con. demned to swim twice across the Seine at midnight, with the result that a severe attack of rheumatic fever nearly robbed him of the bride he had paid tha heavy price to wed. While the bachelor sometimes has to pay dearly for a wife, In at least on country It scarcely paya to remain celibate. In Argentina the man who prefers aingle to duplicated bliss haa to pay a sub stantial and progressive tax. If he haa not taken a wife by the time he haa reached hla twenty-fifth birthday he must rav a fine of IS a month to the exchequer. Chi cago Record-Herald. . , A Hero Trifle. "Will you star in the same play, next .carT" asked the Interviewer. "No," replied the society actress. "My resent play haa proved an excellent vehicle or my talents, but there la a limit, and I eel that the public la 'entitled to something tow. In fact, my preparations srs already om plated, with the exception of one little 'etnil." . "It "411 be an entirely new creation, I pre sume" "Oh, aeveral of them." "Surely you can't expert to create more than one part In the aeaaon?" "Who's talking about parts?" she de manded. "I'm talking about gowns. A part Isn't a creation, but a gown la; and I am actually so far advanced with my next sea son's plans that the gowna are ready and all that remains Is the mere trifle of get ting a play to carry them. Brooklyn Eagle. Becretary Frank Arnold Hcslaras. PEORIA. 111.. Nov. K-Frank W. Arnold. "or eleven vtars grand secretary-treasurer f the Krotherhood of Ioomotlve Firemen nd previous to that time grand nuxtr, as tendered hla reelmatlon. the same ef- ertlve January 1. He goes to Clii. ago to engage in commercial Business. 5 Sets We hare just received the largest and most complete stock of ' ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS Ever shown in Omaha, which we will place on sale Mon day, Kot. 16th, and continue until Dec. 1st. This stock comprises many rare carpets and rugs from every province of Turkey, Tersia and India. In the meantime, such prices as these are worthy of your careful attention : Anatolian Mats .. ........ . $2.50 Ilamadan rugs, size about 3x 4, from ......... .$6.75 to $7.75 Beloochistan rugs, size about 3x5, from... $14.00 to $16.00 Carabach rugs, size about 3-6x5, from.. ..$14.75 to $17.00 Kazack rugs, size about 3x5-6, from. ...... .$16.00 to $19.00 Kazack rugs, size about 4x8, from.. $22.00 to $28.00 Shirvan rugs, sizes about 3-6x6, from.. ...$18.00 to $22.00 And many other kinds at same proportion. To give you some idea riental We quote the following: Size about 6-6x9 . .....r. ..... M . $46.00 Size about C-C.9-G. .... a.... $49.50 Size about 7x9-6... .$51.50 Size about 8x13.... $72.00 Size about 8-6x13. ............ w........- .$76.75 Also a large stock of many other sizes at same propor tion. Every rug marked in plain figures. Every one treated with the same courtesy whether you buy or not. Don't miss this sale. Be sure and bring the measure of your room so you can know the size rug you wish. 1 1515 Dodgo Street $500.00 The above reward will be paid will lead to the 'arrest and conviction ductor and Motorman on one of Thla Martha streets on the evening of Saturday, OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY CO. We have convinced people in other cities, and we shall con vince you too, that our $3.50 pants and f 17.50 suits are positively as good as any $25.00 suits or $7.00 pants which other tailors are charging, in fit, workmanship and quality, and as we have now engaged one of the best tailors for the trade, and have made a contract with three of the largest woolen houses to take their ends we can furnish you the best goods for the lowest prices. If you will not let the price prejudice you, you can save money; they are doing it in other cities and why not do it, here. mm mm m., 205 North Sixteenth Street. PAINLESS EXTRACTION. Lady Attendant. JTTrjV DOT more satisfaction out of an 1 than any otner kiihj, ana mm wn; j.- " holds It old friends. Ouce you try It, tha other hinds are not good enough. Order a case from JETTER BREWING CO. r HUGO P. IILZ, HU Daurlai Street, Omaha. Ttlephoaa IHJ or LEE AICHELL, Wboletale Dealer. Council Bluff. T.I. 19 k wr3 n a ejaeigas ad 4 Wbeatoo. makathefHctumT"yoAiCaULfn Om NaugM ftvAj B Buiunns;. of the price of our Carpets Ha REWARD to any one furnishing Information which of the parties guilty of robbing the Con Company'a cars at Thirty-second and November th. jaH'iima'jj- i . ... Dr. Bradbury, ...ueintis r... Telephone) 173. ISO Parnam St Fllllnts 80c up dold Crown $5 00 Plates.... $5.(0 .' .ST rtr . ra T i ' JtJ m n fle: -n-- deer I IM m M 1 -Jr. 3 absolutely pure, well made bevera '-5Ta I Ml Vr'la anovsaoo. at