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SERVICES 111 IRE
One Hundred Confirmed at St.
John's Church and Sixty-three
at the Holy Rosary Church.
mass in St. John's
Catholic church there was an at
tendance of members that filled
the church to its capacity in order
to witness the confirmation of
some one hundred souls by the
bishop, R. Rev. J
Henry Tiehn, I
of Lincoln. The high ma-s was
celebrated by Rev. Father M. A.
Shine, assisted by the splendid
choir of the church and NY. R.
Holly as violinist, and the mass
was most impressive and beauti
ful to the worshippers Fathered
there yesterday morning.
The sermon at the mass was
preached by the bishop, who is
one of the most able orators in
the state, and hi.s eloquent and
powerful dscourse yesterday to
the members of the parish and the
class of con liriii at ion w as one
that they will not soon forget ami
it was delivered in a manner that
impressed its truths on his hear
ers by it clearness and power of
logic. After the clebration of the
high mass the administration of
the sacrament of continuation
was administered to the class by
the bishop, assisted by Rev.
Father Livingston, S. J., of Oma
ha, and Rev. Father John Ylcek of
this city, and following the con
firmation the bishop gave a short
talk to the class, as well as Hie
members of the church present,
on the duties of the i ii 1 1 i 1 u a 1 to
his Cralor, and also to his cliurch,
and his remarks, while brief, were
right to the point.
This class of KM) is (he largest
that has joined the church for
Koine time and speaks well for the
faithful priest and members of St.
John's parish for their untiring
work for the church and ils suc
cess. The church building of
this parish has just recently been
overhauled and placed in first
class shape and presents a most
beautiful appearance on the in
terior, as a new steel ceiling has
been placed on the church and the
whole interior redecorated and it
HOT WEATHER, naturally turns
your thoughts to things that
make you feel cool and comfortable.
Our stocks of hot weather furnishings will help you
celebrate the 4th of July in perfect comfort.
B. V. D. Union Suits $1 and $1.50
Porosknit Union Suits $1.00
Mentor Union Suits $1.25 to $3.50
Soil Shirts 50c to $3.50
Interwoven extra thin sox, 25c, 35c, 50c
Soft Silk Hats ....75c to $2.00
Panama Hats $5to$G.50
Straw Hats 50c to $3.00
Soft light-weight Ties 25c, 35c, 50c
Extra thin muslin Night
shirts $1 and $1.25
Pajamas $1.50 and $1.75
Light weight Madras collars
(Merion) 2 for 25c
Fourth of July
made comfortable and enjoyable by our
Munsingwear perfect fitting $1.25 to $3
Onyx Silk Hose on special sale at . .23c
Silk and Solsette Shirts
Arrow Collars new summer shanes 15c
White Serge Trousers $5.
Panama Suits unlined
C. E. Wescott's Sons
Always the Home of Satisfaction
is now one of the handsomest
churches in the city.
One of the handsome additions
to the church interior is the cost
ly and beautiful altar and railing,
which was presented to the church
by Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Guthman,
land is a very tine piece of work
and of striking beauty. The new
altar cod in the neighborhood of
? 1,200, and is a splendid addition
to the church.
At the Holy Rosary Church.
The bishop in the afternoon
administered the sacrament of
confirmation to a large class of
sixty-three at the Holy Rosary
church in the west part of the
city, beinsr assisted in the service
by Fathers Livingston and Ylcek.
The bishop gave a very impres
sive address to the members ofi
the rlas on their duties to them-I
am . ohurch into which!
they had just entered the mem-'
The Holy Rosary church is one
of the handsomest in this section
of the state, and the priest, Rev.
Father John Ylcek. and the mem
bers of the parish feel a great and
just pri.ie in tneir Deauwiui
church and have kept it up in fine
shape and the bishop was greatly
pleased with the efforts of the
parish' in keeping the church a
well as the splendid class offered
him for confirmation. The bishop ! rrf,p(, II1f.f.nr with a picture hathae made a host of friends dur
spoke in F.riKlish to the members I f ,(llJ an,j wr,. a Corsagbou-! hf'r residence here by her
of the parish, while Rev. Father ,)f ril(., ar)1j pf,as pleasant and genial ways, and Mr.
Ylcek addressed the members f j Mi-s$ Yesta Iouglass. a sister of j Scarbrough is most fortunate in
the church in the Bohemian i -. ihn i.M.i.,,ai.i n.i ! securing such a worthv hednmate
The choir of the church, under
the direction of Mr. Cyral Janda,
furnihed ome splendid music
for the service, w ith the beautiful
and impressive music of the
Roman church. The bishop de
parted at the close of the sen
ices for his home at Lincoln.
Charles Raker of Portland. Ore.,
arrived yesterday noon and will
visit here with his sister. Mrs. NY.
K. Rosencrans and family, for a
short time. Mr. Raker is a prom
inent dairy man of that section
and this is his first visit here for
some time. He will also visit his
falher and mother at dretna.
Mrs. John Hiber of O'Neill, Ne
braska, came in Saturday evening
on No. 2 for a short visit here
with Mr. Hiber's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hiber, sr.
Have you tried the Forest hose
flour? If not, why not? It is the
best flour on the market and is
sold by all dealers.
$1.25 to $2.50
j mouth's most popular young peo-
Flannels S2.50 up. ipi Mr. Theodore m. scarbrough
' and Mis Mary Nemetz. The wvd-
$8.00.' Cool Straw Hats.' ding was solemnized at 9 o'clock-
j high ina--!. beinr celebrated by
ANOTHER ONE OF
Miss Marie Douglass United in j
Marriage With E. 0. Steihm
At the home of the bride's par- j
ents, Judge and Mrs. J. E. Doug-I
lass, at I o'clock Saturday after-
noon, occurred the marriasre of
their daughter, Miss Marie, to Mr.!
K. O. Steihm of Lincoln. The,
wedding was attended by only the :
... ini:. , . . . e ik
i"uiie.s oi uie com run in- ;
parties and was very ipjjet and
simple in accordance with the j
wishes of the younir people. !
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. M. NY. Lorimer of the 1
First Presbyterian church, the !
i impressive ring service being used
bv the minister. The rooms of i
!lh I)( )Uia.4 ,,., Vere .1. -cr .rat. -d
most tastefully in green and ! dinner was served to the members
white sweet peas and srnilax andj,,f families of the contracting
i . i, .1.;..,. . ik. narties
i inane it nanus! noe nuiik ior iii-jr
j happy event. The bride wore a The bride is one of our most
I handsome traveling dress of blue! highly esteemed young ladies and
HI'. I'il'J', nil."' llir IM I'J' -TIICIIU Ull'l (
; j,, ,,,, Hp'K NYiseonsin. were
L., in... l o, u, ,.,.nv..ni:,n.ai .Ui-l-I
Following the wedding light re
freshments of ices and cakes
were served the wedding parly,
who departed on the 5 o'clock
P.tirlington train for Chicago,
where they will spend a week, Mr.
Steihm being fne of the ollieials
at the Olympian games to be held
in that city, after which they will
leave for Johnson Creek, NYiseon
sin, to spend the summer with the
parents of Mr. Steihm, returning
in October to their home in Lin
coln. The bride is a daughter of
Judge and Mrs. J. E. Douglass
and is one of the most charming
and talented young ladies our city
has produced and her removal will
cause much regret in the social
circles of the city, in which Miss
Houglass has been very promin
ent. The bride has been attend
ing the state university at iLn
coln and is a member of the Aphi
Phi sorority, and the wedding is
the culmination of a romance be
gan at the university, where Mr.
Steihm is the athletic coach.
Mr. Steihm is one of the lead
ing coaches of the country and
has acquired a national promin
ence by his work at the univer
sity. He is a member of Ihe
Alpha Tau Omego fraternity, and
the wedding of these Iwo worthy
young people will be most pleas
ing to their many university
friends, as well as a host of ac
quaintances in this city, and the?
will have the best wishes of all in
their future wedded life. They
will reside in Lincoln, where the
groom has purchased a handsome
bungalow for his future home.
New Daughter at Cloldt Home.
This morning about 11 o'clock
a new daughter made her appear
ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cloidt, on High School
Hill, and will make her residence
with them. The new daughter is
the source nf much rejoicir.g lo
the happy parents, as we'd as the
numerous relatives and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Cloidt, and that she
may live to be a blessing and joy
lo them is the sincere wish of
their many friends.
The Journal for Calling Card.
wa handsomely gowned in light his married liTe. Mr. scar
blue silk. The groom and the bn.ugh is a young man of most
best man. Mr. NY. H. Steihm of sterling character and his friends
Miss Mary Nemetz and T. M. Scar
brough Happily United in Holy
Bonds of Wedlock.
This morning at the Hly
ary Catholic cliurch occurred
j the tvedding of two of Piatt--
j Rev. Father Ylcek, while the mar-
riage ceremony was performed by
! Rev . Father M. A. Shine of St.
j John's church. The wedding
i march was played by Mi Clara
i Janda. a- the wedding party, pre
ceded by little Miss Marie N'e-
metz, with the rinsr concealed in
a lily, entered the church and
! took their station before the altar.
where the beautiful and impres
sive service of the church as pro
nounced by the priest, united their
j lives for all time.
i The altar and church w-re
I flowers and
v erv '
handsome appearance for tiiej
1.calin. After the wediir.c tV
i high iua was celebrated, ar.d
(Father Ylcek delivered a vryl
J powerful and impressive sermon!
to the newly wedded coMfle and
paid a well deserved tribute of j
love and esteem to the bride. .
Mr. Charles Sarbr. u-h. of NNa:-j
son. Missouri, attended his broth-j
er as best man. while Mis Rose;
Barres of Omaha, acted as brides-
maid at the weddir.jr. The bride:
was most charming in an elabor-j
t . . i ..... - r -K ; . . o t r., !
cite ioiui!ie mine 'u. nun-
me. i with lace, and carried a
shower bouquet of bride r-es and
daisies, while the bridesmaid
w"r' a costume of pink silk and
carried pink roses and daisies.
Following the wedding the party
.returneij to tne nome oi trie Drme s
brother. J'-nn emetz. on Niutn
mh street, where an elegant
(are legion throughout the city,
where he has resided for a mini-
ber of years. He is employed in
the Hurlington plaining mill at
the shops and possesses the high
est esteem of all who know him,
and to him and his charming wife
the well wishes of the entire com
munity goes out on this, their
wedding day, and may Ihe sun
set of their life be jut as bright
and happy as the day they plight
ed their troth before the altar.
The newly weds will depart to
morrow afternoon for a honey
moon trip to the Pacific coast and
will be at home after August 1 in
this city, where the groom has a
cozy home prepared for his bride
on North Third street. The out-of-town
guests at the wedding
were: Mrs. NY. A. Scarbrough,
mother of the groom, of NYatson,
Missouri; Messrs. Charles and
Homer Scarbrough ' and Misses
Ethel and Golda Scarbrough,
brothers and sisters of the groom,
of NYatson, Missouri; Misses Rose
and Josephine Harres of Omaha,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nemetz
Hawaiian Singers Very Poor.
Mr. Howard of the Grand thea
ter is very much displeased with
the show given by the Hawaiian
singers at his theater Saturday
night. Mr. Howard'says he does
not blame the public for their
criticism of the attraction, as the
members of the aggregation re
fused to appear on the stage be
hind the footlights and wore their
street clothes in place of the
native costumes which they were
supposed to wear, and stood down
in front of the stage and were
most unsatisfactory to both the
manager and the patrons of the
theater, and Mr. Howard says they
were not worth half the price the?
V ,(T,.r ()n UumlnMj DolUrt Reward fi my
raw of atarrb (tut cuut b currj t7 Illll
Jittrrto 1 urr.
V. J. CUESEt k CO.. ToUslo, O.
W. Ib nmlvrlrol, known F. J.
fhi-mr f. lb lat 13 yrnn. nJ b.llT blm
r-rfii-lljr h monliie In ll bulnM trnctlmi
nil BtinlII.T able to tarry out toy olllalk'D
j1 hy bla firm.
.NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE.
ntlfi Catarrh Cur la UUo lnti-mallr. artlnar
d!rs-tly npjo th bll and mut-oua aurfarva of
tli aratrm. TVatlmoolala M frs. Irksj 7
cnt. (-r buttle. iS'ld hi all Imumiata.
Tat Uall'a Family Villa fur coutUxtltaV
A to Lino of Furniture
and Household Goods
and it will pay you to call and see what we are now
carrying before you buy. Our prices are always right.
Oil Cookers and the Famous Buck
Ranges are Now in Our Line
New Rockers, New Dining Chairs, Tables and Cabi
nets. Sanitary Couches and all Furnishing Goods.
1st Door East of Court House Plattsmouth
a Plattsmouth Household!
Will Find them So. !
To hie the pains and aches of
a bad back r-!!'ved to be entire
ly free fror anuojui. dangeruu
urr.uiry disorders, is enough to
make anv kidnev sutTerer grate
ful. The foiii.wing adi of one
who has sU tie id will prove coin
forting words to hundreds of
Mrs. Ray Smith. 1o" R..ck St..
Plattsmouth. Neb., ays: "T know
that 1 loan's Ki.lney Pills, are a
g I kidney medicine. 1 have
eell them U'd ill 111 V own fani-
ily and they have always giseu re -
lief. A member of iiiv household
suffering intensely from
lameness acros ..
the back and
could get no rest at night. See
ing I loan's Kidney Pills adver
tised, we got. a supply and their
use brought relief. Ye always
get Iioan's Kidney pills at (iering
Si Co.'s drug store. I recommend
For salt; by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo. New York, sole agents for
the United Slates.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
From Friday' Daily.
Mayor Fred (iorder of NYeeping
NYater came up yesterday after
noon. NY. (I. Boedeker and wife were
in Ihe city last evening for a few
hours, having motored up from
their home near Murray. ,
George M. Hild of Mynard came
up this morning from his home
and was a passenger on the early
Burlington train for Omaha.
Dr. B. F. Brendel of Murray
was in the city today for a few
hours en route home from Oma
ha, where he was called on pro
Mrs. Fred Gorder of NYiping
NYater was a passenger this
morning for Omaha, where she
will look after some funeral ar
rangements for the late August
Dr. G. H. Gilmore of Murray,
accompanied by NY. A. Brown,
came up this morning and they
were passengers on No. 15 for
Omaha, where they looked after
some matters of business.
Mrs. A. NY. Horn and two chil
dren of Fresno, California, are
visiting at the home of their
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Mark NYhite,
south of this city. The Horn fam
ily arrived Sunday and will make
an extended visit at the beautiful
home of Mr. and Mrs. NYhite.
We Offer a line of Also a nice line of A nice line
Brocaded Flowered Habati 27-in
Dress Silks Voils Silks
that formerly g(Hsat t
sold at 50c per yd
now rr yard lH r yard
39c 39c 35c
,1 FUNERAL OF IRE
Last Sad Rites Over Remains of
One of Plattsmouth's Most
Suostantial Business Men.
The funeral of the late August
ciorder was held Saturday after
noon from the late home on Lin
coln avenue and was attended by
a large number of the friends of
the departed citizen, who gathered
1,0 Pa" th'r. !a1 tributes of re
speet to him whom
known so well in life.
i ofTerin's VVt'r,J ,n0--1 parofuse, in
cluding a large pillow from the
business men of the city and sev
eral large floral designs from the
different wholesale houses of
which Mr. Gorder had been the
representative here, among them
the International Harvester com
pany and the John Deere Plow
company, both of whose designs
were most beautiful.
The services were conducted by
Rev. M. NY. Lorimer of the First
Presbyterian church, who paid a
brief tribute to the deceased and
spoke words of comfort (A the
sorrowing' family. Messrs Smith
and Gilmore sang Iwo numbers, "I
Know" and "The Lord Knows,"
during the services at the house
and the casket was conveyed to
Oak Hill cemetery, where th- lov
ing hands of old friends and
neighbors laid the body to its lat
earthly resting place.
The death of Mr. Gorder will
leave a place hard to fill, as he
has been one. of our most prom
inent business men for years and
his advice had been sought on
numerous occasions by the farm
ers, and it never failed to result
in their gain, and in his death
they have lost a kind friend and
adviser and to the sorrowing fam
ily the deepest sympathy of the
entire community goes out.
Miss Josie Ruehland. who has
been very sick with rheumatism
for several months, has so far re
covered as to be able to be up and
around on crutches and her
friends are delighted with her re
covery and trust in a short time
she will be completely restored
to the use of her limbs.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind YcaHaie Always Ecught
Signature of I
LATE AUGUST GORDER
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