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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY. MAY 15. 1887-TWELVE PAGES.
NEXT WEDNESDAY , MAY 18th
In order to give everyone an opportunity to see the many improve
ments in the suburbs of the city ,
FREE EXCURSION T |
CD r | H
OVER THE BELT LINE CDm
Has been arranged to take place next Wednesday , May i8th. Free Trains will leave the M. P. De
pot , at 15th and Webster streets , promptly at 1:30 : p , m. , and go out on the Missouri Pacific as far x
as West Lawn , the beautiful suburban property on the Pappio Valley , Splendid picnic grounds o
Hotel and all conveniences , If you want to go , secure
FREE TICKETS o >
OF GEORGE N. HICKS , 215 SOUTH 15th STREET. o
OR SEAVER & WHITCOMB , ROOM 25 , PAXTON BUILDING ,
You can't go unless you have a ticket , Everybody cordially invited , TRAIN LEAVES AT 1:30 :
P. M. SHARP.
A BONANZA. BARGAIN
To Parties Who Will Build.
Four elegant cast front lots on North
IGth , each 43x180 feet , for $3,000 apiece.
To parties who will build $3,000 houses
thcso lots will bo sold without any cash
payment , and when house is completed
deed will bo given and mortgage taken
for the purchase price of the ground , to
run live years at 8 per cent. This is a
splendid opportunity to get an elegant
homo at small outlay. Call and investi
gate this , and then ask any well posted
real estate agent if the ground alouo is
not worth $150 per foot.
FLACK & HOMAN.
Fronzcr Block , onp. P. O. ,
A Narrow Kuoapo.
At 3 o'clock this afternoon , while ono
of our most prominent citizens was walk
ing along the railroad track near South
Omaha , on his way to look at some of
these elegant lots of the South Omaha
Land company , and for which the C. E.
Mayno Real Estate and Trust company
are solo agents , ho missed his footing and
slipped , barely escaping the pilot of an
engine on nu incoming train. To these
who may not bo familiar with the fact ,
we wish to say that wo have salesmen
with carnages ready at all times to con
voy parties to these lots , so that the pos
sibilities of such an ucciucut are thus re
Fisk Jubilee Singers , Monday and
Tuesday evenings , May 10 and IT , Expo
Thcso songs rew out of the woo and
misery of the tormented soul ; they are
the passion flowers of the blood of mar
tyrs. From liondago to Freedom.
For a Few DayH Only.
100 acres west of the city , adjoining
the land purchased by the Chicago A :
Northwestern railway company , suitable
for platting , for sale at a price that can
be doubled within six months.
W. G. Auntioiir , 818 S. 15th st.
Residence accommodation in South
Omaha is far from being sullicicnt to
meet the present demands and with the
increased packing house industries
which are yet to come , tie situation is
likely to bccomo worse.
The proposition of the South Omaha
Land Company , to be seen in another
column of this paper , to discount u largo
per cent on the price of lots to anyone
building houses on the same , will strike
the average man as being u remarkably
fair offer and one which should bo ao-
cepteil at once. Choice lots are vet to bo
bad of the C. E. Mayne Real Ebtato &
"Isn't It wonderful ! 1 never heard
anything like it-Hou ! , William E.
A clianoo in a lifetime to hear the
FISK JUBILEE SINtKUS ! , Exposition
uililing , Monday and Tuesday evenings ,
lay 10 and 17.
Cottage colors ready for use in new
and desirable * shades. Alubusllno in
various tints , the original and only per
manent wall linlsh , supersedes calci
mine for boaut.y and durability , and is
easily applied. Paints , window glass ,
brushes , etc. , largest and most complete
took west of Chicago. Cummings &
Nollson , UlBFurnaiuSt.
A Good Trnile.
Ten acres on O street , East Lincoln ,
high , sightly , south frontage , will trade
for Omaha property. Evans & black-
turc , 1510 Dodgo.
I have for sale , City Lot , 06x133 , on
Hurnoy Street , between Ninth and lonth
3treots , south front , price $10,600 ( ? 30fl
per fOOt ) . FllF.ll. U. OlIAXTI.KII ,
r 12 and 13 Puxton Uldg.
Architect * And Superintendents.
" ' nJb Son , 20.iron Hank ; Omaha ,
AlC. RV6. | " "
Strike Ended. Peace for the Afflicted.
Rum , Romanism and Rebellion is what
many of our readers imagine was meant
by the "Now R. R. R , " others that it
was Rheumatism Radically Routed ,
which is nearer the mark , but as usual ,
in this connection , the three R's has reference
"Rail-Road Remedy " the
ence only to - ,
king of pain exterminators- panacea for
every distressing ailment to which llesh is
heir. All sufferers from Rheumatism and
Neuralgia we most earnestly entreat to try
this Great Discovery. It will cure you as
it has thousands of others. It is also a
positive cure for Colic , Croup , Headache ,
Toothache , Sore Throat , Lumbago , Lame
Rack nnd all wounds , and in less time
than any other medicine on earth re
lieves all pain and soreness as soon as
Sold by all responsible druggists , gen
erally with a guarantee that it will do
just what wo advertise. Abk for Rail Road
Remedy , only 25 and 50 cents a bottle.
Trade supplied by The Richardson Drug
Co. , Omaha , Neb.
The money you pay out for rents will
buy yon a homo of your own in Benson.
O.K. Mayno is agent for tnis property ,
and his accommodating salesmen will
show it to purchasers ut all times.
"It may bo safely asserted that nothing
Jiko the plantation songs of thcso Jubilee
Singers has been before heard in this
country. " London Telearaph.
Fisk Jubilee Singers , Exposition Build
ing , Monday un.l Tuesday evenings , May
10 and 17.
The rails arc all laid and track in
splendid condition on the line to "Bcn-
bon , " and cars will bo running with sur
prising regularity to and from that very
desirable locality just as soon as the mo
tors , which are expected daily , reach
hero.Do not forget that choice lots as well as _
acre property aru still loft in this addi
tion , and the early bird will not vary
from his usual custom of catching the
Carriages , witli gentlemanly salesmen
ready at all times , or by appointment
meet parties and show these lots. Our
goods are placed within easy reach ;
guaranteed to bo as represented , and we
take pleasure in showing them whether
purchase is made or not.
C. E. MAYNI : R. E. & T. Co.
100 acres of choice land near Leaven-
worth street. This property lays beauti
fully and is suitable lor platting , and can
bo bought at a figure which will ensure
purchasers 100 per cent on investment in
a very short timo. For particulars caller
or uudrcss 1U.V & FITCH.
218 S. 15th.
Wo have customers for Hawthorne lots.
Send us your 1M.
EVANS & BLACKBURN , 1510 Dodgo.
Elegant residence lots on St. Mary's
avenue . C. E. MAYNE R. E. & T. Co .
For n Few Days Only.
100 acres west of the city , adjoining
tlio land purchased by the Chicago &
Northwestern railway company , suitable
for platting , for sale at a price that can
bo doubled within six months.
W. G. Ai.nniaiiT , 218 S. 15th st.
Ijaokl Look !
Why pay rent when you can buy : i
good now honso with largo lot on email
cash payments and the balance monthly.
FLACK & HOMAX.
Fronzer block opposite P. O.
For a Few Oays Only.
100 acres west of the city , adjoining
the iaud purchased bv the Chicago > .v
Northwestern rallw.iy conipiinjhintublo
fur platting , for s\lu : at u price that ' can
bo doublet ! within s > ix mouths.
W. G , Auuuqirr , Vtt S.'lOtu st. .
Another Large Display of Satin Re-
Mr. Hospo has just received the finest
assortment of Satin Remarque and Parch
ment Artist Proof Etchings.
They will be on sale this week and all
overs of this now and most fashionable
irt in pictures should not miss this op-
) ortunity. Mr. Hospc will also exhibit
ippropriato patterns of molding espo-
iially adapted to thcso tine works ot art.
Don't fail to call this week and get first
choice. A. Hosi'K's Art Store ,
1513 Douglas Street.
There are only 20 lots in Convent Place
on St. Mary's avenue , and they will bo
ilaccd on the market Tuesday morning
text , 17th inst. Remember that these
ots are right in the center of the city on
n paved and ono of the most prominent
streets in the city. As there are but a
few lots , parties wishing a bargain should
call at our olHco early Tuesday morning.
C. E. MAYNE R. E. &T Co-
We arc prepared to handle sales of Real
Estate , Live Stock , Furniture at residen
ces , Bankrupt Stocks , &c. , at auction , on
reasonable terms. Brown < te Creiahton ,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers , 1523
Sound Co-operative Colony.
Fourth and last lecture at Omaha busi
ness College ( Crounso Hall , Capitol ave.
and IGth St. ) . Sunday , May 15th , at 2:30 :
o'clock. All interested in bettering their
condition invited. Seats free.
The old Convent grounds on St. Mary's
avenue between Twenty-second and
Twenty-fourth streets is platted and will
bo put on the market at U a. in. Tuesday.
Persons wanting lots for tine residences
should call early Tuesday morning and
get their choice of these line lots.
; . E. MAYNE REAL ESTATE &TKUST Co. ,
Solo Agents ,
Cor. Fifteenth and llarney.
Are You HulldlnR a House ?
We have just opened the most com
plete stock ot mechanics tools and build
ers' hardware in Omaha. Every article
is brand new and the Uest of its kind. Wo
make a specialty of builders' hardware
and house furnishing goods , and having
had u long experience wo oiler the buyer
advantages not surpassed and seldom
equalled in the city.
F. V. ATWATEU & Co. ,
1005 Howiud St.
At the Exposition.
Having withdrawn from the firm of
Vandercook & Welshans , retaining the
largo list and having added a great deal ,
1 will invite my friends and strangers
desiring genuine Real Estate bargains ,
to call at Room 2 , Exposition building ,
John \\elshaus. .
Elegant Novelttics in Fancy Work.
Mils. M. C. MITCHELL , 1513 Douglas st.
Chlof of I'ollce.
The people of Omaha are much inter
ested in the question who will DC its chief
of police , but Harney place , La Vcta
place and Hitchcock's addition continue
the cheapest and best lots in the market.
Evans & Ulackburn , Sole Agents , 1510
Flsk Jubilee Singers.
At Exposition next Monday and Tues
day evenings , best troup in the world.
Tickets for sale at tuo Saxe , Kuhii &
Forsyth drug stores.
Entrance to lower floor on west to
Gallery on south side.
The South Omaha Land company have
appointed C. E. Mayne sole agent for the
sale of thcirlota. He will show the prop
erty nnd furnish all desired information
ISijjoed J W. A. FAXTOK , President ,
Still in the Ijcad.
On entering thc handsome parlors and
partaking of a dish of his delicious ice
cream , still in the lead was the first ex
clamation to Mr. Did/oil , the ice cream
manufacturer of 115 N. IGth st. Hand
some brussuls carpet covered the iloor.
i'ho walls were tastefully decorated , and
the furniture was in keeping witli the
room. Ho has now the most spacioui ,
airy and handsome parlors west of Chi
cago. Mr. Dalzcll has sold out his entire
interest in the real estate business , and
will hereafter devote his cntiro energies
to the ice cream business alone. Ho has
put in his basement a new 0 horse power
engine to aid him in keeping up to his
continually growing trade. Double and
treble the amount ho could formerly
make can be turned out easily with the
increased facilities , besides making a
better article. The lovers of first-class
ice cream , prepared from pure ingredi
ents , will Hud Dalzcll's headquarters for
this elegant refreshment , whether bought
by dish , pint or gallon. For the benefit
of strangers the location is given. Dal-
zell's , 115 N. Kith st
Why will you worry about a house to
rent when you can buy your own house
nnd lot in Benson upon smaller monthly
payments than the amounts you are pay
ing in rents ? The motor cars will carry
you right to your front door. Secure
your lots in time from C. E. Mayno and
stop making your landlord richer and
Houses for Sale.
Eight r and G room houses. Price ,
$2,250 to $3,030 each ; on small cash pay
ments , balance on vnry easy terms.
FI.ACK & HUMAN ,
Room 11 , FrciiKcr block , opposite P. O.
Elegant residence lots on Howard
street. C. E. MAYNE R. E. & T. Cu. ,
" " in first addition
Lot 12 block "L" Low9s
tion for $1V ! > 0. Tins is an elegant
south and east front corner.
FLACK & HOMAN ,
Frenzcr Block , Solo Agents.
To Real lOsliito Agcnte.
After this date , May 14th , my house
and lot , llauscom Place , is withdrawn
from marmot. P. R. UULUB.V.
Twenty of the most desirable residence
lots' in tlic city , fronting on St. Mary's
avenue , Twenty-fourth and Howard
streets will be put on the market Tuesday
rnInfc.E. MAYNE R. K. & T. Co.
George Mitchell , 15iO Douglan.
Gloves in all stvlcs and qualities , SScts
to $5.00. Gloves , dry loaned , 15 cents.
Riding and driving gloves a specialty.
10'iO Doiurlus street.
M. A. BERLIN ,
1520 DOUGLAS STUKKT , WILL OI'KER A
SI'ECIAL SALE OK WltAlTERS AT 05 CENTS ,
CALICO DULSES , $1.25.1 TKIMMEU HAT.S ,
60 CENTS. GlM/B YES IS , 25 CENTS. HobE ,
UEQULAU MADE , 25 CENTS.
Lots will be placed on the market
Tuesday morning next , 17th inst. These
lots are the site of the old convent on
St. Mary's avenue , and as all know right
in the centre of the city. As there are
but twenty altogether , and the first com
ing will be served accordingly , it will bo
necessary for these desirous of obtaining
any of them to call early.
C. E. MVYNE R. E. & T. Co.
South front lot on Charles st. being
lot 11 in block "S" Lowrs first addition
for $1,350. FLACK & HOMAN ,
Frenzor Block ) Solo Agents.
The recent mend reading exhibition at
the Exposition building was the subject
discussed at the Growlers' Club last
evening , and Mr. George Washington
Jones , of Cheyenne , surprised the mem
bers by stating that ho had made the
subject a special study for years and had
acquired considerable proficiency in the
new science. Mr. Jones submitted to a
few practical tests which fully substanti
ated his statement ; being blindfolded anil
a map of the city spread before him , ho
unhesitatingly moved his index finger to
any lot called for.
"Now , I'll fool you. I think"said Dcx-
the Thomas ( turning the map unsido
down ) . "Mr. Jones , can you point to
the addition where I made most
Mr. Jones seemed perplexed and for a
few minutes his linger moved alternately
to Orchard Hill and Uriggs Place , finally
stopping on the latter.
"By Jouel" exclaimed Doxtcr T. ,
"there is something in tins nonsense
after all ; while ho was wandering be
tween these two additions I was figuring
up my profits on them. I nearly doubled
my money on the Hill and just doubled
it on Briggs. In fact , I've about
doubled it on everything I over bought
from Mayne. "
A number of other dqually interesting
tests wcro made , and the club unani
mously requested Mr. Jones to give a
public exhibition of his wonderful power.
Fanmni Street Bargain.
A corner on Farnam St. , 58x125 , with
some improvements , at $250 a front foot.
The cheapest thing on the market. Small
cash payment. Good for a few days only.
BUOWN & CitEUUiroN , 1523 Douglas.
Elegant residence lots on Twenty-fourth
street. C. E. MAINE R. E. As T. Co. ,
Four ono and ono half ( ! } ) story houses
witli six large rooms and good lots , $3,000
each , on very easy terms or monthly pay
ments. Call at once.
FLACK & HOMAN ,
Fren/.er block opposite I' . O.
The Hem iHthe ChenpOHt.
Convent Place lots on St. Mary's avenue -
nuo are unquestionably the best sites in
Omaha for elegant residences. For sale
only by the
C. E. MAYNE R. E. & T. Co. ,
Cor , lot Ink llariioy streets.
Why pay rent when you can buy a
good now house with a largo lot on small
cash payments and the bahmcu monthly.
FI.ACK & HOMAN ,
Freir/c1 * block , opposite P. O.
Corner very choice 2 lots , only $1,000
cash ; * 4,000.
Ha-rnoy street , near 12th , 11x132 , $0,000
cash , bal to suit ; $20.100.
PARKER & UUUK ,
150 ! ) Fainam st.
Take time by the forelock and stufl
your pockets with glittering shekels by
placing a few dollars in Benson. For
full information call at the C. E. Mayno
R. E. & T. Co.
HOIIHCN for Sale.
Eight 5 and G room houses. Price ,
$2,250 to $3,000 eaohj on small cash pay
ments , balance on very easy terms.
FLACK A : 1 1 OMAN ,
Room 11 Frenxer block opposite P.O.
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown , " but the man who buys lots in
Benson will enjoy the sleep of the right
eous. C. E. MAINE , Sole Agent.
Ladies wishing good help can bo sup
plied with good girh by calling al Miss
Kennedy's employment office , 21U N.
joth ot. . . . ' . , . . : ,
I A Card.
Wo have on the way , and will be opened
next week , the finest line of Ladies'
White Lawn Suits at prices ranging from
$3.00 to $10.50 , ever shown in Omaha.
The styles are entirely new , and as this
department is a now feature witn us we
have no old goods to show.
Also a line of Misses' White Suits , ages
from G to 10 , from OOc to 110.00. We will
show a complete assortment in both ono
and two piece suits in these goods.
We show a line of Ladies' Dressing
Sacqucs from $1.50 to $5.00.
N. B. * ALCONER.
Every Ii y.
"Hello , central , 557 with 271. quick. "
"Hollo ! Is that 271 ; is the doctor in ? "
No , this is 021 ; no doctor hero ; we
"Blank , blank that blank at the cen
tral ollice. Hello , central , I want 271 ,
not 021 ; if you don't hurry up the man
will die and - "
O ! Thought you called for 621 ; every
body else is after those Syndicate lots.
You know the price is to bo advanced
soon , and unless you - "
- that central follow. " ( Rings
up. ) "Hello , who is that ? "
" 271 I ; the i doctor is here now. "
"Hang the doctor ! Hello central ! Give
mo G31 again , quick. "
N.B. The patient dies , but Bred se
cures u bargain in South Omaha.
The First Stone Ofllco Building.
The United States National bank build
ing , which was originally to be of pressed
brick , will now bo entirely of stone from
ground line to roof. The bank pcopla
gave Hodc.sou , the architect , the privi
lege of using stone , provided ho could
build as cheaply as of pressed brick. Ho
lias complied and will lisa the best sand
stone that can bo bought. Ho agrees to
have the building completed and ready
for occupancy by the 1st of November of
this year , thus saving the bank people a
great loss of routs. The building will be
six stories high , 06x133 , and although
costing less than § 100,000 , it will bo as
substantial us any building in the city
and far more ornamental than the great
majority of them. Hodgson's connection
with the work is a sufUuient guarantee of
In another column of this paper will
bo found a copy of the resolution recent
ly passed by the South Omaha Laud com-
punv. It is teeming with interest to ev
ery man who desires to bo the happy po-
ttcssor of his own homo and should bo
read with careful attention.
Hennoy Buggies at Arinstiong , Pettis
& Co.'s liiOS l/.ard st.
The Tyrolian Arbor Concert Company ,
nineteen in number , will appear at Mrt/
Summer Garden , commencing May S2nd ,
for ono week. This Company is a novel
ty in this country. They play on wooden
instruments. They receive 12,000 for the
week's engagement. _
The first annual ball of The Omaha
Wood Machinist and Helpers Union , \\ill
bo given at Cuiiiiningliam Hall , on
Wediii'-iday evening , May 18th. Tickets
of invitation are out and a good time is
anticipated by all. This being the first
ball everything will bo done to make It a
social succe-is. Hollnian's orclu-stra has
beou secured to furnish the miiblo.
It may lie now to many that the word
"sarcophagus" means literally flesh-
cater , anil WHS applied to collins from the
peculiar kind of stone of winch the an
cient Roman collins were made. This
stone is btippobcd to have been a species
of limestone , and is claimed had the
property necessary entirely to consume a
body , wllh the exception of the tenth , In
forty dujB1 , hcnco the uaino. . .
To-day's Services at the Different
Churches Throughout the City.
Presbyterian Church Corner Dodzo nnd
Seventeenth streets. Services at 10iOa. : : in.
1'reachlnc by Rev. J. N. Bov < l. Sunday
school at noon. Young people's meeting at
7:15 : p. in. No evening service.
United Presbyterian , corner Park avenue
and Crant street 1'reachlng in the mornlne
at lUXniiI : ! ) ( In the evening at 8 o'clock by
the pastor , Kov. J. A. Henderson. Hncre-
iucnt of the hunt's simper In morning ser
vice. Communicant's prayer meet Ing 10 in
the morning , b.tbbath soliool at 13. 1'rayor
meeting \Vcdnesdav evening at b. You are
Invited to all these mcctliiiM.
First United Presbyterian Klghtennth
nnd California streets. K v. K. 11. ( iralmin ,
pastor. Public worship at 11 a. in. and Hp.
in. The ordination of the elders elect will
take place during the morning .service. Sab
bath school at 12:30. :
The riesbytfirlan congregation will
woishlp In Trolcl's hnll , near tli
corner of Lcavcnworth and 1'nll Sheri
dan streets at 10,0 : n. in nnd at U
p.m. Sunday school at noon. Service's con-
mtotedby the llev. John Gordon , pastor o
the conirro/ntion. The gieen line ears pats
the door. AII arc cordially Invited.
I'restiytorlau Chinch , South Omaha Ser
vice every S&bbath at U a. in. Kov. U. M.
Lodge , pastor.
Ambler 1'laco Presbyterian Church Ser
vice every Sahbnth at ! l p. m. Sunday school
at 4 p. m. Kov. ( i. M. Lodge , pastoi.
Hetli-Edcn linntlit Church Services nt
4 : l.r > p.m. nt St. Mary's avenue Congregational
church. 1'ronchliK ! hv the pastor. Kov. 11 , L.
Houso. Sunday school nilp. ! in. I'rayei meet
ing Thursday e\enlng nt S o'clock. All
Calvin v Haptist Church , Siumlcis street
Kuv. A. W. Clark , pastor. Set vices at 10:1)0 : )
n. m. nnd 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school nt 11:45. :
Trenching at Central park mission nt . * > p. m.
Kcgulni prayer meeting on Wednesday e.von-
Inc nt 7:45. : Subject for uvonlne service ,
"Tho UiiKoUly. " All are cordially invited
to the .sen Ices of this church.
Kliht Hnptlst Chinch Strangei's Sabbath
Homy Corner Klttc'onth and Davenport
streets. Kov. A.V. . Lauiur , pastoi. I'lt-ach-
Ingntl0u : : > n. m. nnd 8 p. m. Mornlnc
theme , "Lemons troni Paul's Coiuerslon , "
tor nu'rvbody. Kveulng theme , "A Supreme
Miracle ; " an appeal to men who love their
eity. Sabbath school at 12 m. l'i.i > er meeting
U odnesday eveulmc nt B. All aio cordially
United , boats lice.
roXOIIKOA.TIO.NAI , .
First Congregational Church , Canltol ave
nue , near Kl.'hteunth Sei vices at 10:1(0 : ( n. m.
nnd 8 p.m. Services led and preaching by
the pastor , Kov. A. F. Slierrlll. JSven-
Inir , a short cosnel service. Sabbath school
at noon. All nro welcome.
Third Congregational Church - North
Omaha. Alfoid JJ. rcnnliiian , puttor. acr-
vices ! ( ) : : . in. anil 7:30 : p. m. Sunday
school at noon. A cordial Greeting for
oven-one .Kov. . ) . T. Otis , of Kiting , will
preach in the moinlng. Special children's
exercises In the evening.
The Hillside Congregational church ,
Omaha View , begins evangelistic services
to day at 11 n. m. anil 8 p. m. under the lend
ot llev. W. M. Wcllmnn , ol Kansas City.
S . Mary's Avmino Kov. Wlllard Scott
will pleach Ixith morning and evening at
10 3 J nnd 8 o'clock. Sunday school at noon.
Gospel .sen Ice In the ovcnincr. All welcome.
Herman Lutheran Church-lOOi h. Twen
tieth street. Services every Sunday at 10 a.
m. hunclay school at a p. m. h.J. rrese ,
' and Clark
Saints' Chapel Twenty-lirst
streets. 1'roachlng at U a. m. ami 7IS : p. in.
Sunday bdiool at l'Jao. : Kvorybody wel
Unity Church Corner of Seventeenth nnd
Cass streets. Services nt 11 n. m. Sunday
.school nl 12:15. : Kev. W. K. Copoland. nas-
toi. Subject of sermon this morning , "Child
Saint Uarnabas Church-Nineteenth nnd
California streets. Flllh Similar attcr
Kaster. Sunday school nt ' .CM n. m. , Holy
communion nnd sermon at 11 a. in. Kven-
song and address at 7 : : p. in. ' 1 ho Kov.
Dr. Doheily will officiate.
First Christian Church Twentieth and
Cnpltol avenue. Kav. Joseph 11. Fey , LL. D ,
. . _ . . _ . .
* i ? .i > t.tfc at 1030 ; . and
pastor. Services to-ddy n. m o
n. in. .Morning theme , The Fftlth-Cnro
System ; is It ScilptnrnlV" Kveulng theme ,
"Woman's Sphere. " Scats lice , welcome
to all. ,