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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBEIt 27, 1009.
A HE aafca m To eEosc2 tEno osiir 1S0 fiSttHiinigjlly2 Sarting on Monday, Dec. 28th, when doors open at 8 o'clock. All that is left in our Cloak and Suit Stock will be placed on sale at ONE-HALF PRICE AND LESS. Not a lot of misfits left-overs, damaged or returned garments, but this season's stylish, man-tailored suits. The Kilpatrick kind evidence enough of dependableness no tail-end manufacturers unsaleables, but garments that are high class in character, excellent in quality, per fection in style and well made in wholesome, sanitary factories and workshops worth something ladies to know this last in these days of microbial agitation and dread. All told, there'll be hundreds of garments to select from. ' . ' x -i tr b' X' it to t n -0. Coats Will Be Priced Something Like This: Coats which were bought this season and sold to $15.00, go Coats which were bought this season and sold to 20.00, go Coats which were Coats which were Coats which were Coats which were Some choice velvet satin and evening coats in blacks and pastel shades cut just as deeply in price. If you get just what suits and we don't want to sell you otherwise, this means a saving opportunity rare indeed! One lot of Jackets and Blouses 26 to 30 inches long, made of German Plush and Caraculs. These sold up to $22.00, on Monday, one price only, ea.$5.00 A lot of coats made from striped and checked,' all wool cloth garments-'which sold up to $22.50, will go with a rush at, each $5.00 Some are semi-fitted Some are loose fitted. Girls' Fine Coats, Ages 6 to 12 Years, Value $12.50, Monday ..,$7.50 About 150 Girls' Coats, Plain Colors, checks and plaids, 6 to 12 year's size, in 2 lots NO 1. Sold up to $10, will go at $3.95 NO. 2. Sold up to $7.50, will go at $1.95 Fur Coats, Muffs and Scarfs desirable and new, will be sold at prices below former prices. Last year many ladies mistook the opening time of sale thought it was 10 a. m. Disappointed on arrival to find scores of good things gone. Don't mistake this . time 8 o'clock Monday morning sale starts. The Infants' department will march to the tune of the grown-ups ages 2, 3 and 4 years. Bearskins and Cloth Coats, sold up to $3.50, will go ' on Monday, at, each.. $1.29 Cloth and Chinchilla Coats in grey, red and brown, which sold up to $6.00, will go Monday, ea. .$2.98 All bordered and elegant side band costume cloths V'2 former prices. Topics of the day of rest Christmas Carols Still Will Be Sung in the- Churches. PB0GBAMS OF SPECIAL MUSIC Sermone on the Old and New Yenra Will Be Preached from Soma of the Local Pulpits. A mimical program will be given by the Quartet at the North lTcsbyterlan church . Sunday evening. The quartet consists of ' Miss Burnett, Mn. Williams. Mr. Ochiltree 3 and Mr. Williams, with J. W. Dampmann, .6 organist, and E. F. Williams, director. Or--ti dor of service : MORNING 10:30." r Organ prelude . Dnvnlnirv Invocation - .Gloria HMDiiniivit readine: No. 40 '' Hymno No. 144 Scripture reading a, Anthem "Sing Allelujah Forth" Buck Prayer Choral response The Lord's Prayer......... liithim-"fin ttathelhm'a Peaceful Hill , Simper Offertory T. Hymn No. 13S Sermon "Love Made Visible" Benediction Poatluda VVTT.VlKJrt 7:30. I Pralude'Tavatlna" Baff I Choral introduction "Ring Bells, Ring Simper . Invocation . Hymn No. 131 Scripture reading Anthem "Sing Allelujah Forth" Buck Prayer ."""L" ', spouse "Now the Day Is Over"..Barnby Anthem "On Bethelehem'a Peaceful Hill Simper Hymn No 1S7... .v'V.V'u" tf Itemarka Rev. M. V. Hlgbee - Ofrertory "Spring Song" Mendelsohn - Anthem "Glory to God In the Highest c- i.... 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We leach you Auctioneering; In luur weeka' time so you can step al onca into una of Uie beat paying occupations tn the laud and that without capital. We only requirt pne-lialf of tuition down, the other aftef you have become a aucceeaful Auctioneer AotaeJ practice given. Blggeat and Beat Catalogue free. Winter turn oners JanJ 4th, WHOUkl AtJCTtOlf BCmOOl. W. M. Carpenter. Pres.. o M. Trenton. Mo. NEW YORK CITY fera Investment of- nt aa HEAL ESTATE ment bonda. Ylclda attractive return and ateadlly Increaaea tn value. The 1U7 panic bad no effect whatever on the kind of property we offer, lnveatmanta from taO.uoO to 1. 000. 000. Full information furniahad on request i muUIO a WIIIWO CO. t Eatabllshed I JteeAiaaJt Bt., U. X. City i 17. bought this season and sold to bought this season and sold to bought this season and sold to bought this season and sold to Benediction Postlude "Moderate" .Rinclc Music at First Baptist church: MORNING 10:30. Prelude Gullmant Anthem "Come Near, Ye Natlons"..Watson Response Blackmer Organ offertory Lemmena Solo "A Christmas Song". .Eleanor Smith Mrs. L. E. Baxter. Postlude "Alleluia" Handel-Dubols EVENING 7:30. Organ march "Poo tiflcala". Lemmens Choral invocation ....Handel Invocation Rev. J. W. Conley. D. D. Anthem "And Thero Wera Shepherds .. Uoata Miss Alice Gates and choir. Hymn No. 106 Prayer by pastor Choral response Blackmer Quartet "Hark. What Means Those Holy Voices?" t.. Neidllnger Mra. L. T. Sunderland. Mrs. L. E. iiarUr, Mr. George Edgerly, Mr. W. Y. Nixon. Organ "Impromptu" Hoffman Bolo "The Glorious Mom" Neidllnger Mrs. L. T. Sunderland. Hvmii Vr 107 Oraan of fertory "Bethlehem" Mailing Qaurtet "O. Holy Night" Adam Mrs. L. T. Sunderland, Mra. L. . E. Harter, Mr. R. E. Sunderland, Mr. L. L. Greenfield. r m rn ......................................... Anthem "Corns Near. Ye Natlons".Watson u.nuHli.tlnn Postlude "Allelulla" Handel-Dubols Marget . Boulter Organist and director. The auartet of St. Mary'a Avenue Con eregatlonal church, under the direction of Frank J. Resler and assisted by a chorus choir, will give Dudley Buck's Christmas untn'ii. "The Coming of the King," at the Sunday vesper service at 4:30 p. m. At the morning aervicea at the First Met'.! dlst Episcopal church a memorial will be unveiled with appropriate cere monies, in the evening music appropriate to the closing year will be used, and also. by request of many, some of lha special Christmas music will ba repeated by the vested choir. Mtiblc at Hanscora Park Methodlet Epla iMinfll church: Prtlude Communion In E Mlnor-. .Batista Anthem Willi BWrnilu Diiio uu My Trust is in Tny Mercy... .Hall AllbS naui'nimmi. Offertory Andante Re lgl.so Lemalgre PostlJde Hymn Funtas ......Zadlna Eveninif. spvciai mubiivi i.i Prelude-Holy Nighi. yara Anthem, witn oun i"r ouyiauu Baritone rne rignt duih ut wmio- hem HU'I Dr. Jennie Callfas. Mr. Lang and Choir. Off' rtory Klevatlon Salnt-batlis Anthom, witn uaruone uuiu the Altar Mr. Krats and Choir, Baritone Solo Mortals. Awake ..bnelley . Mr. enures iaus. Hymn, Antliein wrth nolo lur ooprano nd iJiin uuiifcaiu iimu CXines Mannar Mra callfas, Violin. Mr. Steinhauaju aad Choir. Postlude Festival March ,- Bu.ck Mr. Lee O. Krats, cho.rmastari Charles Zadlna, organist. There will be special Christmas music at Third Presbyterian church tomorrow, un der the direction of E. H. Packard, as fol lows: t MORNING. Hoi v. Holv. Holy. Lord God Al mighty Heber Christ is Born Ithamar Conkey Chilsimaa Carrols E. H. Packard Upon the Midnight Clear .. Hark the Angels Joy to the World AT ' NIGHT. ..Willis Oabriel Handel Sun of My Soul Christmas Carrols , On the Listening Ear . Arise. Ye Balms Hail to the Christ ....Peter RJtter .E. H. Packard R. 8. Willis Gabriel ....MsndeUaohn At the request of many. Rev. Edwin Hart Jenka, D. 1-. will repeat his lecture, "On Horseback Through the Holy Land," at the Sunday evening service at T:u. Many of these plcturea wera taken by Dr. Jenka and more have bveu made into lantern at at 25.00, go 30.00, go 37.50, go at at at 40.00, go at Suits bought for this season's trade we sold On main floor at the Dress Goods Section, all the ex elusive Pattern Suits sold from $15.00 to $50.00 piv viously, will go on Monday and while tney last from $25.00 down to, each $7.50. Not a single garment in the entire stock for the little tots up to $15 .each, but will be cut deeply to keep up with the procession. All that is left of neutral tones in Checks and Striped Broadcloth effects, worth up to $2, go at. . . .98c All that is left of neutral tones in Checks and Striped Broadcloth effects, worth up to $2.50, go at . $1.39 All the best Broadcloths, beautiful shades and color ings Chiffon finish, ready for. the needle, formerly $3.00, go at $1.69 Three very special lots of Dress Goods at $1.19, 89c and 59c. In the $1.19 class goods which Bold formerly up to $2.00. In the 89c lot goods which sold up to $1.50. - In the 59c lot goods which sold up to $1.25. Hundreds of Remnants all colors and weaves at yz price and less. At Silk Section. Every yard of Black Silk will be placed on sale at prices lower than Silks have been offered for 3 years this notwithstanding a marked advance for spring. Ladies, don't overlobk this the counters will he heaped high with fancies of all kinds and, without going into details, we promise you some great surprises. Taffetas, Messallines, Crepes, Velvets, Satins, every single article in stock, except-' ing when we are under contract, will be cut to the quick. The holiday rush was too great to allow, us to go into full details. Those needing silks will be disappointed losers if they fail to attend. slides since last shown, come. The public Is wel Y. W. C. A. Notes. Miss Ethel G. Hendee of the secretarial force spent Christmas day with her par ents in Lincoln. All women are invited to hear Mra. Byers, general secretary, at the gospel meeting next Sunday at ;40 on the sub ject: "Who ia My Neighbor?" Miss Ruth Ganson will render solos. There will be the usual social hour following the meeting with light refreshments. All class work will be resumed In the association beginning January 4, and the educational committee offers the following: tragedies of Shakespeare, chorus, expres sion cr training of the human voice, JCng- lisn grammar, uerman, esperanto, millin ery, sewing, a special dolls dressmaking class, embroidery, popular shirtwaist classes. The Budget, containing a full sy nopsis or worn oriereo, is announced for December 26. and may be had at the office. The house committee has announced the following program for next Thuraday at the noon musical to De given in the assem bly room from 12:16 to 1 o'clock, under the direction or miss ura ugie: Piano solo "I -a Fontaine" Ly sberg Miss ura ogle. Violin solo "Berenade" Drdla Miss Essie Aarons. Vocal aolo "Husheen" Needham Miss Ruth McBride. Recitation Violin solo "Scherzo" D. von Goens Miss Essie Aarons. Vocal solo "Ah, Gather Roses".. Lehmann Miss Ruth McBride. Admission free and all women are wel come. Mtacellaneons Announcements. Bethany Branch First Baptist, 3863 Leavenworth Street Sunday school at 8 p. m. Preaching by pastor on Friday at S p. m. Church of the Good Shepherd, Twentieth and Ohio The Christmas music will be re peated at the service Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Second Church of Christ, Bclcn 1st, Nine teenth and Farnam 8undny seivlces, 11 a. m. Wednesday evening t 8. Sunday acnool at 9:46. Subject, 'Christian Scle..ce." First United Evangelical, Franklin near Twenty-fourth, Rev. Q. A. Deck Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. ro. Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Unity, Seventeenth and Caas. Rev. New ton Mann. Minister At 10:30 a. m., lec ture, "8t. Colomba Setting Out to Con vert a Race of Barbarians ;'r Sunday school at noon. House nf Hone. 9Tv8 North Twenty-seventh Avenue Judge C. T. Dickinson will speak st 4 p. m., subject, "The Power of God to Heal Disesse and to Forgive Sin." Mr. Gardener will sing. People s, Rev. Charles W. Bavidge, . Pas- lor Morning, "Abounding in Hope;' even ing. Mark M. BavUlge will sneax on me moral and spiritual state of Chicago. Prof. Yerles has charge of the mislc. First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty- fifth and Farnam, Chambers' Building Sunday school at 3:46 a- m. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Subject of lesson sermon, "Christian Science." First Presbyterian. Dodge and Seven teenth, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks. D. D.. Pastor Mornlna- service at 10:30; even ing service at 7:30; Sunday achool at noon; Christian Endeavor meeting at :1 p. m. Seward Street Methodist. Twenty-eeeond and Seward At 10:3U a. m. Rev. II. Hirst Millard will deliver the annual educa tional address. At 7:S0 p. m. the pastor will present 'Margins A New Years Sermon." Saratoga Congregational, Ames Avenue and Twenty-fifth. Jease Lee Fisher. Pastor Morning service at 10:30. Subject, 'The Raid Paaalnv Year." SundaV achool at 11:30. Uvenina service at 7:30. Subject. tTlie Ghost of Bethlehem." r-antraJ ITnlied Preabvterlan. Twenty fourth and Dodge, Rev. R. B. A. McBride, n n Paator Mornlna worahtp at 10:10, a sermon for the New Year; evening wor ship at T:0, topic, "Uirerea saercies Sabbath school at noon. Flrat German Evangelical, Twelfth and Dorcas Public worship anu eaooatn vu Arvn..a at .lA'SO a ni and 7:30 V. m. a.tlh ut r ,yi r ) n h V Rev. F. H. W. Bruechert, naator: Bible achool at 2:30 p. m ; New Year's day aervlca at 10:30 a. m. First Conereaatlonal. Nineteenth and Davenport, Frederick T. Rouse, Paster Morning service at 10:30, subject, 'The Christmas Question . evening worship at 7:S. subject. "The Old Year." At uie even log service Fred Butler, the famoua basso, 7.50 9.50 12.50 15.00 17.50 19.50 will sing "Open the Gates of the Temple," by Knapp. and "The Armorer's Song, Robin Hood," with sacred music by De Koven. Plymouth Congregational, Twentieth and Spencer. Rev. John P. Clyde, Minister Morning worship at 10:80, theme, "Guar antee for a Good Year;" Sunday school at 12 m.; Christian Endeavor at 4:30 p. m.; evening worship at 7:30; special music at each service. Trinity Methodist Episcopal, Twenty first and Binney, John A. Spyker, Ph. D., Pastor Sabbath school at noon. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior League at 8 p. m. Senior League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Evening subject, "A Tramp at a Banquet." North Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio, M. V. Hlgbee, Paator Morning worship at 10:30. Sabbath achool at 12. Also at unit hour at 130 North Twenty-fourth; schools at Thirteenth and Lake and East Omaha at 3. Christmas praise service at 7:3). Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesdsy evening. McCabe Methodist Episcopal, Farnam and Fortieth, J. Narver Gortner, Pastor Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. The morning sermon will be a serman appro priate for the last Sunday of the old year. Subject, "A Prayer of Moses, the Man of God." The evening service will be of an evangelistic nature. Firsts Baptist, Twenty-ninth Avenue and Harney, Rev. J. W. Conley, D. D., Pastor Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:39 p. m. Morn ing sermon, "The Supreme Gift " Even ing special musical program. There will also be Chrlatmaa music at morning service. Sunday school at noon. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. St. Mark's English Lutheran, Twentieth and Burdette, Rev. L. Groh, Paator Services at 10:46 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; morning topic, 'Retrospect Favors and Privileges of 1908;" evening topic, "Out look Anticipations and Hopes for 1909 God Rules;'' Sunday school at 12 in.; young people'a meeting at 6:46 p. m. St. Mary'a Avenue Congregational, $t. Mary'a Avenue and Twenty-aeventh, Rev. Lucius O. Baird, Paator Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock, sermon by the pastor. Sub ject, "Christ the Supreme." Sunday school at 13 m. Vesper worship at 4:30 o'clock. The cantata. "The Coming of the Kins-." Junior Endeavor and children's hour at 4:30 o clock. Young People a Society Christian Endeavor at 6 46rp. m. Calvary Baptist, Twenty-fifth . and Hamilton, Rev. E. R. Curry, Pastor Serv ices at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; evening subject. "Patent Religion Versus The Real Thing;'' Bible school at 13 in.; young people's meeting at 6:80 p. m.; Wednes day, 8 p. tn., devotional service. Calvary Baptist Branch, Thirty-fourth and Sew ard Sunday, 3:30 p. nu Bible school; riaay, s p. m., gospel service. Immanuel Baptist, Twenty-fourth and Pinkney, Phllelus H. McDowell, Pastor Services at 10:80 a. m. and 7:30 v. in.; morning theme, "Counted Worthy of the Kingdom ot uoa, evening theme, "A Plea for the Personal Touch:" Blhla school at noon; Baptist Young People's union at e:au p. in.; mia-weea congrega tional meeting at 8 p. m , Wednesday. On New Year's eve a special watch night service will be held, beginning at 9 p. m. Third Presbyterian. ' Rev. William E. Todd, Pastor Sundsy school at 9:30, Bible class in pastors study at W:bO, regular Christmas services, with special music by the choir, at 10.46, Junior Endeavor at 3. Benlor Endeavor at 6.3U, evening song and sermon at' 7:30. The pastor'a topic in the morning will be "The Birth of the World's Ruler, Hla Life in Our Life"; at night. "Tina King s Mm ana counsel in AH the W orld s IXilngs." First Mfthodtst. Twentieth and Daven port, Rev. Frank L. Loveland, D. D.. Pas torThe pastor will preach both morning and evening. Morning theme, "Real and Unreal Boundary Lines, evening subject, "Some Lessons from the Closing Year;" Sundew school at noon, T. F. stursess. superintendent: at 6:30 the annual Enworth league and church love feast will be con ducted by the pastor, assisted by the members of the Epworth league cabinet, to which all members of the church are es pecially urged to be present. Caatellar Presbyterian. South Sixteenth and, Caatellar, Rev. Ralph H. Houseman, Minister Morning worship at 10:30: theme, "The Greateat Life In Reproduc tion;" evening at 7:30, theme, "Giving God an Answer;" Bible achool. with spe cial ' features, at 12 m.: young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m.; Wednesday even ing's service, "1908's Impressions On My Religious Nature." Caatellar Presbyterian Chapel, Park Foreat Sunday, t p. m.. Chrlatmaa exercises. Ontario Chape urday evening, Chrlatmaa enterlalnmeuL The influence of a Bee want ad pene trates to unauspected Quarters. And the Suits Will Suits bought for this season's Suits bought for this season's Suits bought for this season's Suits bought for this season's Suits bought for this season's Suits bought for this season's up to $60 Monday $30 AT THE BOOK SECTION If prices on good reading matter will clean the shelves and counters, there will be lively doings. All the library sets all the fiction all the dainty books and booklets all calendars marked without any regard to publisher's prices cost or former figures. "As the days grow longer the cold gets stronger," the old saw runs something after that fashion pretty correct old saw too usually. Our entire stock of. Underwear extensive still because of the mild season will be placed on sale Monday. You can afford to buy whether the cold weather comes or not. Men's heavy Vicuna Wool Shirts and Drawers, sold formerly at $1.00, on Monday, each '.59c Worsted Ribbed, Etc., the $1.00 line, Monday. .79c The finer numbers ribbed and flat natural tan and Vicunaere $1.50 and $2,00 on Monday. . . .$1.29 Union Suits, Natural Wool, ribbed, were $2.00, Mon day $1.59 Those which were $3.00, Monday $2.45 The heavy wool and fine mercerized, formerly $4.00, will go at $3.20 ' All the very fine grades Sterling, Globe, Stratton, Etc., cut deeply. Women's A lot of Wool Vests and Pants, Swiss ribbed and lock stitched, small sizes only, were $1, r on Monday, each 59c Thomas AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Unusual Quiet in City and Holiday Spirit Prevails. MERCY TAKES PLACE OF JUSTICE Police Jndge Releaaea Al the Unfor tanatea In City Jail Fraternal Societies Hold Number of Pleaaant Fnnctlona. Little occurred yesterday to disturb the serenity of the Christmas season in South Omaha. Some of the grocery stores were open during the morning hours and added a few to the list of Christmas dinners In South Omaha homes. All were closed up by 11:80 a. m. and the holiday quiet set tled on the city. In the forenoon several churches held Christmas services. At. the Presbyterian church Dr. R. L. Wheeler preached a short sermon on the significance of the day. After this an ordination service was con ducted, conferring the dignity of "elder ship on John Caughey and Perry McD. Wheeler, the reverend doctor's son. For this reaaon the ceremony was especially affecting. Not since the wedding of his only aon to Miss Florence Campbell six months ago, which ceremony he per formed also, has the doctor been so vis ibly affected tn public. On this occasion the motive of his emotion was much the same. The eldersMp Is for life In the Presbyterian church. The active service, however. Is for three years, unless fur ther authorized by the congregation. The 8outh Omaha mall carriers were swamped with packages and mall yester day. Postal cards with Christmas greet ings by the thousands were distributed. Packages were heaped up on the carriers until they could hardly be seen. They had the appearance of overloaded vans. Every thing suggested of the happiness and pros perity of the season. Judge Callanan awoke with much of the mildness of the season In his heart and hurried down to the city Jail to make nl: young men happy again by forgiving their efforts to soak up all the fluid refreshment In the city. Some of the young fellows had seen better days,. Judging from their fea tures, which bore evidence of the fist un gloved. This made no difference to the Judge, who treated them all alike and con sidered that if they had been in for a round or two they hsd by that also received punishment enough. So the men, having regained their sober minds, hurried away home. Pete Johnson, who hss an alias or two, was released early In the forenoon also. He waa In on ausplcion of having held up an Austrian several days since. During the evening hours of Christmas the Jail again began to fill up with the un fortunates whose desire outstripped their capacity. Judge Callanan will again be called upon to be merciful this morning in ten or morj cases., The Fraternal Order of Eaglea held their annual ball laat evening at Rushing's hall. It wsa one of the beat patronised balls of the year, conducted strictly within the or der and for the frienda of the order. Good mualo, refreahmenta and a general good time characterised the function. At (ba Ancient Order of United Work men's Temple amateur night was cele brated and rellahed by an enormoua crowd. The youngsters of South Omaha tracked Jokes and sang songs, more or less on the key. Interspersing the ditties with soma at tempt at vaudeville. Three cash prises wera awarded and no one had to ba dragged off the ataga. Every oca of the moving picture ahowa be Marked After This Fashion: . trade, we sold up to $25, Monday 12.50 trade, we sold up to $30, Monday 15.00 trade, we sold up to $37i, Monday 17.50 trade, we sold up to $40, Monday 19.50 trade, we sold up to $50, Monday 25.00 trade, we sold up to $60, Monday 27.50 Heavy Weight Egyptian and Fleeced, were $1.00, Monday .69c Australian Wool Vests and Pants, beautiful in qual ity bought by us much under value, will go at, each 98c Kayser and Melrode makes in wool, silk and wool and Vega silk, formerly up to $1.75, Monday, ea.$1.29 Merode and Stratton Suits, wool, white or grey, everywhere $1.50, Monday $1.29 Sterling Mentor and all the best makes which sold up to $5.00, will go Monday, at $2.95 Black Cashmere Tights, sold up to $3.00, at. .$1.48 Children's Fleeced Vests and Pants, sizes up to 24, at, each 19c Sizes from 26 up to 34, at. . . .25c. These have sold up to 40c. Fine white wool, all sizes, which sold up to 65c, on Monday 39c Small sizes Black Wool Pants and Tights, sold up to 80c, Monday 29c Union Suits, Egyptian and fine worsted, sold up to $2.00, on Monday $1.29 Boys' Shirts and Drawers, fine wool Rib, have been 75c, Monday 59c There will be thousands of other items in our Great Dry Goods Stock marked at prices which can not fail to interest those who know values of good merchandise. Set the alarm won't pay to oversleep Monday. Sale starts 8 A. M. prompt. Kilpatrick did a thriving buslnesa until a late hour. The fraternal orders In numerous cases gave balls. Every dancing hall In the city waa pressed Into service for one or the other of these celebrations. Bpokea Recoven Consciousness. Thomas Spokes woke up at the South Omaha hospital after lying there all night with his skull fractured In three places from the blows of would-be 'hold-up men, as la believed, and said, "Merry Christmas, nurse. I'm not anywhere near dead yet." All day he seemed to Improve and grow clearer In mind. There Is a possibility that brain fever or other complication may de velope but. If not, It Is likely that Spokes will be out In a week. The police have P. J. McMahon, Dave Berry, John Lawler, John Berry and Thomas Klernan In Jail for examination, being suspected of this assault. Man Shot Three Ttmea. Otto Blevenlch, Thirteenth and J streets, was brought to the police station shortly before midnight suffering from three slight bullet wounds. He said he was returning to his home after attending a Polish Christ mas celebration when he was attacked by several Greeks. One shot clipped his ear, another struck a finger and he has a flesh wound in his side. None of the wounds are serious. Blevenlch says he was unable to recognize any of his asallanta. Magic City Goaalp, Thomas Wheaton of Cozad la visiting- In South Omaha. C. E. Campbell and wife spent Christmas at Valley, Neb. Dr. Leo De Lanney Is spending his Christmas vacation In Omaha. Patrick Brennen of O'Neil Is the guest of nis son, Micnaei urennen oi tnis city. Miss Julia Smith, Twenty-fifth and M streets, was married Thursday morning. MIbs Lottie Schroeder has been entertain ing Mrs. Stern and daughter of Beatrice. The treasurer of the Eagles, Jay N. Will iams, announced that members may receive the benefits of the order only pay ing In advance. Frank Scott, Jr. of Sioux City, snn of the secretary of the Sioux City Live Stork ex change was visiting friends In South Omaha yesterday. The en.ployees of Hlnchey's laundry were endangered by a broken steam nlpe Thurs day afternoon in the basement of the laun dry. No one was seriously burned. The rollce are Indignant over the case of two Donahue boys who were forced, it is said, to drink whisky enough Thursday niht to make them unconscious. They laid In Jail all night. They said Friday morning they did not know who the men were that forced them to drink, but thev were men at Twenty-seventh and M streta. The youngest boy was 7 years old. Prescription Compounding Important We are ever mindful of the Importance of compounding pre. script Ions and to this end. olthouKh our store have boen thronged with ChrlHtntaa ahoppera tlie work in our IT-escrljHJon Department has gone on without change, either in olnt of accuracy or dinjuth. Only Graduate and Registered I'harmacistg do this work and their whole time la given to Compounding. Every prescription re checked before sending out. Substitution is not never has been or ever will be permitted In our 1'rescxlpUon Department or any other department. It ia easy for us to compound prescriptions for New Chemicals or Pharmaceuticals for we have the goods generally a little In ad vance of the demand. Our price are always moderate, considering the coat of Ingred ients and, time spent in compounding while we render m skilled and technical service we exact no professional fee for this. SHERMAN & McCOIIELL DRUG CO. Corner 16th and Dodge fttrreU. , OWL DRUG CO. Corner 19th and Harney Strseta. ,., . , (L Co. Z3 Z YALE MEN HEARD AT LYRIC Glee, Mandolin and Banjo t'lnbs Appear Before Large and Elab orately Dreased Audience. 'Yale pien, Ysle girls and Yale sympa thizers had an evening ot tinulloyed pleas ure at the Lyric theater Ian evening, the glee, mandolin and banjo clubs of the New Haven university holding forth in con cert. An audience, to which the unhal lowed would give the adjective "classy," sat In the auditorium and applauded so hard that the damage to tight-fitting kid gloves waa tremendous. Anlde from Iho musical nature of the evening, a promi nent feature was the attire of the femi nine portion of the audience, for tlia patronesses of the concert and the young women who were to dance with the sons of Ell later were arrayed in their lu vil est. Following the example of glee clubs since glee clubs were, the Yale singers first delivered their most serious ofler Ing, which was a musical apostrophe to Yale, entitled, "Mother of Men." Ballad aild ditties of a less weighty nature fol. lowed with the stringed Instrument pit y era contributing their fair share. In nolo work the basHes outshone the tenors, the songa by Messrs, Becbe, Lohmann and Hewes all being pitched In the lower cltf. The ensemble numbers showed more care ful rehearsal than Is generally the case with glee clubs. Arrangements were conducted locally for the concert by Denlse Barkalow nrd wera quite satisfactory. QUARREL ENDS IN SHOOTING Victim Has Ilia Would Dreaaed and Then Leaves the Hospital. Tom McGulgan, a white man who works for the city asphalt plant, waa shot In the back laat night about 6:15 o'clock by "Sing" Hughes, a colored man. The trouble between the two men oc curred in Burk's saloon. Tenth and Daven port streets, but It Is said that the . shoot ing oocurred on the sidewalk In front of the place. Hughes waa arrested and asserts that McGulgan was attempting to cut hint with a knife when he shot. McGulgan was taken to the hospital and the bullet wss ex tracted from his back, where It had lodged. After this waa accomplished he made hla escape from the hospital and has not since been seen.