Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 30, 1887, Page 8, Image 8

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Corner Dodge and 15th Streets.
Cloak Department.
The more than liberal patronage given
our cloak department during the past
weeks , warrant us In saying wo have
the cheapest and best values In plush
eocqucs to bo found in Omaha. Wo ask
you to sco our garments and compare
our 120.00 sacqucs with anything
Offered to the trade for $25.00. Our
126.00 plush sacqucs are daily meeting
with success AS IIKTTKH VAMJK than is
offered by other dealers nt $28 to $33.
Thirty-five ( $3.5) ) dollars buys an English
seal plush sncqtio in our cloak depart
ment , the real value of which is not
duplicated for less than $33.00 to $10.00
elsewhere. Fifty ( $ AO.OO ) dollars is our
price for an English seal jJlush that is
better value than is advertised by other
houses at $0-5.00.
( Vo show an elegant assortment of
genuine Alaska sealskin garments , and
guarantee each and every one of our
seal cloaks to bo the best London dye
they are goods of C. G. .Gunthcr's Sons ,
the oldest and best known furriers in
Now York City and range in price
from $85 , $100 , $175 to $2" > 0 , and up
wards. They are 41 to 40 inches long.
Come and examine the most excellent
values yet shown in Omaha ix SEAL-
BKIN CLOAKS. Wo are daily adding
to our .stock of wraps , and can and do
show the best assorted cloak stock in the
city. Wo have to otter short wraps at
fO.OO , $8.50 , $10.00. $12.00 , $16.00 , $18.00 ,
$19.00 , $22.60 , $2-5.00 , $30.00 , $32.00. and
up to $00.00 , that are equal toif not bet
ter value than is being advertised at 20
per cent more monoy. Wo recognize
the ofTort being put forth in this parti
cular line , and are determined to oiler
CLOAK DKi'AHTiiKNr that can bo given
to the trade.
Corner Dodge and 15th Streets.
Special Sale of Dross Goodt ) for
42-Inch All Wool Serges 1O Cents
1OO More of Those I'erHiim
SlrnwlH for $1.1)8 , AVorth
$5.O-IIuy One.
Thirty-five pieces of 42 inch all wool
serges , 40e per yardworth G5c.
67 pieces 42 and 41 inch drobs goods
in all now and desirable- cloths all at
onoprico , COc per yard. Tiiebo goods
are worth 7oc to $1.25 per yard. Look
at them. They are on btilo Monday
only at 50c per yard.
25 pieces of ! ! S inch fancy mixtures ,
85c per yard , worth oOc.
Monday ICO pair of 10-4 silver grey
blankets , $1.40 per pair , worth $2.50.
Monday 100 pieces Standard prints , 10
yards /or 2oc.
Monday 100 pieces apron check ging
ham , 7cts.
Monday 25 pieces Red Twill all wool
flannels , 2oo per yard , worth 40c.
25 pieces white all wool flannels , 25c ,
85o,40 , COc , best values in Omaha.
Monday CO dozen gents fancy stripe
under shirst and drawers , 8Sc , each
worth $1.25.
60 dozen gouts extra heavy Scotch
Grey under shirts and drawers , ! ) oReaoh
worth $1.10.
100 all-linen table covers 21 yds long ,
fancy red borders , 75c worth $1.50.
60 do/ ladies and mihses toboggans in
.elognnt line of colors on bale Monday at
85o , really worth $ \V \ > .
100 more Persian shawls , the last of
the lot , Monday $1.08 each , worth $5.00.
Monday wo will toll one more case of
white goods , bamu tib last Monday , Slots
yard , worth lOo. And this ib the last
case wo will sell at the price thisbeaton.
On cloaks wo will m ko some special
low prices next wcok to close. Bargains
that will interest all purchasers. Come
iu and look over this absortmont , it will
151'Jjuul ' 1521 Douglas.
Parlor Furniture at Forced Sale.
$5,000 worth Elegant 1'lush Parlor
Suits , Turkish Lounges , Sofas. Chair * ,
etc. All ut lebs than one-third value to
pay storage advanced. Must be bold
Monday. Supcib goods. No reasona
ble Offer refuted. Remember at auction
prices by private sale and on easy pay
ments at that. Cfi.ll for barguids. Muul
b sold Monday. Now York Storage Co.
Entire I lock , corner Capitol avenue ; uul
Fifteenth Bt.
MiiHlo , Miible , Music ,
Alfred Moinborg & Co. , 1C10 Dodge St , .
carry the mobt extensive btoclc in the city.
Honnoy Buggies at Armstrong , ljettis
& Co.'s , 130S Izard Bt.
i Pianos at Wholesale
Pianos at manufacturers prices on casj
payments. Call. Now York Piano Co.
cor. Capitol avenue nnd Fifteenth st
Weber Pianos ,
Alfred MclnbergCo. . , 1510 Dodge .St.
George Biirliiigholis in possetsiori of
bran new boy' , which pulled down the
pcftlusat'ton poimds. . ' . ' , ,
CornerDodfroand IBthStroots.
Cloak Department.3
Wo have just placed on pale an clc-
nstracluin wrapModjcsku pattern ,
landbomo fur trimming and now shoul-
ler capes , sold everywhere at $15 to
$10.50 , OUR I'liicn 19 $12.00. An elegant
astrachan wrap , long tab fronts , hand
some jot nnd fur trimmings , would bo
cheap at 122.50 , OUH 1'UICK is $10.00. A
.ino of plush jackets sold by other deal
ers at $20.00 , wo olfer them at 817.60.
The assortment won't last long. Wo
liavo something now in a black ruglan
worth $2o.00but to keep toour motto wo
will sell It for $22.00. In children's nnd
mlbses' cloaks wo have the leading styles
in all the popular cloths. Misses' New
markets , both checks , stripes and plain
cloths , with coaching capes and monk's
lioods , ranging in price from $1.75 to
Children's cloaks from 4 to 12 years ,
.n so great n variety that to describe
ill would take far more space than is
illotted to us oy the BEE. Therefore ,
to be brief wo have all the leading
styles , including Gretchon skirts with
'iincy belts , hoods and capes , in ajl fifty-
'our distinct and soDarato patterns , in
price ranging from $3.2-5 to $17.50. We
cordially invite the investigation of all
parties interested in cloaks and confi
dently feel wo can make it to your in-
. .orost . to see and examine our cloak de
Corner Dodge and 15th Streets.
Monday , Monday , Dress Gooiln , DTCSH
Goods , Dress GoodH.
40c , WORTH 75c.
4 Cases New Colored All-wool Dress
Serges , all colors at 35c , worth 05c.
4 pieces 42-inch Black All-wool Dress
Serges at 35c , worth COo.
The Greatest Improvement or the Ago
The BEE'S man about town called at
the stove store of Mr. John Hussio , 2407
Cuming street , looking for something
now , and ho found it , in the shape of
ono of the handsomest and best heating
stoves mado. That , said Mr. Hussio , Is
the Acorn Heater. The manufacturers
of that btovo have been for a long period
experimenting on a now principle for
drawing all the air in a room to the
stove to be heated , thus not to rely
only on the radiating power of the
stove , but to bring the entire atmos
pheric contents of a room into contact
with the heated surface of the stove.
It has resulted in success , and the Now
Acorn Art Parlor for 1887 has the
principle in perfect operation. It
equalizes the heat in all parts of a room ;
it increases the heating power of the
stove fully fifty per _ cent. In addition
to this great principle of HOT AIR
the foul air and gases fall to the floor ;
by means of a syphon flue extending below
low the base of the steve they are
drawn up into the steve and consumed
in the fire chamber. Mr. Ilussio's re
marks should be heard , with the splen
did Acorn Heater" before you , to show
you its true merits. It Is truly the
very ideal of a parlor stove , economical ,
healthy and of elegant appearance. Go
to his store at 2407 Cuming street nnd
bee it for yourselves.
at Wholesale Prices
On easy payments. ' Call. Now York
Music Co. , cor. Capitol avenue and Fif
teenth bt. Special rates to dealers.
Kino " \Veddinjt Stationery.
Adams & McBride Co. , 1519 Dodge st.
Architects nnd Superintendents.
Ilodgtou & Son , 20 , Iron Bank.
There will bo a meeting of the Omaha
Toboggan club Tuesday evening , No
vember 1st , tit 7:30 : p. m. , at the St.
Cloud restaurant. All persons intor-
e.sled in wiirter sports are earnestly in-
vitcil to attend this meeting.
Grand Opening Pianos and Organs
At wholesale prices. Lower than the
lowest price over named by any dealer
or agent. Remember a car load of
Pianos and Organs , wholesale prices on
easy payments. Rare chance to got a
line Piano at your own price. Call Mon
day. New York Piano Co. Entire block.
Cor. Capitol ave and Fifteenth st.
Ceo. L. Fisher , architect. Room 47 ,
Chamber of Commerce building.
The IjiU'Kost Stock ol'.Miihlo
in the city at Mcinborg's music stor.o.
, ' Kino'l'runihiK. . . '
'Adaim , & McBride Co. , JO 1't ) Dodge 6t.
" "
CornorDodffonnd IBthStrooto.
Dress Goods Bargains
Black nml colored velvets $1.2-3 per
yard , worth $2.
Black nnd colored plushes $1.75 per
yard , worth $2.50.
This ie an opportunity not to bo neg
lected , to purchase handsome materials
for skirts and dresses ut much below
regular price , besides the extra quality
makes them u decided bargain.
$1.00 , regular value $1.871.
$1.25 , regular value $1.00.
GRAIN silk at $1.00 , regular value
Do not neglect to look up the above
astonishing values on Monday , as they
are beyond question GllEAT
Stylish for jackets , dresses , misses'
and children's cloaks , etc. , in
brown , drab , gray , mousse , myrtlenavy
blue and white.
sponged , ready for use.
A now line of this elegant cloth , com
plete assortment of shades.
64-inch at $2.00 per yard , other houses
ask $2.60 for same.
60-inch Amazon cloths , $1.25 per
yard , worth $2.00 , ALT , SHADES.
Astrnclmn cloth , for cloaks , jackets
and trimmings , etc.
Gray , black , navy blue , brown , green ,
$1.0.5 , $2.25 , $3.50 , $4.25.
Quilted satin and silk for cloak linings
in desirable shades.
10 pieces , 40-inch black cashmere , ALL
WOOL , nt 60c per yard.
This is a regular 76-cont quality , but
wo oITor the goods at this very low price
as a leader for this department.
25 pieces , 48-inch Scotch Knicker
becker dress goods nt 60c. Thcso
goods wcro sold by us a short
time since at 85 cts. per yard , and wo
now offer them at one-third their
Corner Dodge and 15th Streets.
Special Snlo of Corsets Monday ami
Tuesday Only.
On Monday and Tuesday wo will sell
the celebrated "P. D. " anil"C. P. " cor
sets nt $1.60 , French woven "Yatiso , "
"S. C. , " "Coralino , " "Madam Foy's , "
"Health , " in long and short waists ;
"Good Sense" and all children's waists
and corsets at 25 per cent less than reg
ular price. MRS. J. BENSON ,
Ramgo building , cor. 15th and Harnoy.
A Good Thing.
The United States Mercantile Protec
tive association , of Now York , have
opened nnofllce at the northwest corner
of Sixteenth and Farnam streets , under
the management of C. A. Scoflold.
This association has been in operation
over four years , and have now agencies
in every state in the union.
Its mode of operation is very complete ,
being just and honorable to both debtor
and creditor.
Their records show that about 80 per
cent of old accounts that huyc been con
sidered worthless , and written off into
profit and loss have been collected
through agencies , besides giving mem
bers confidential information respecting
these people who do not pay.
It differs from all other associations
of a similar nature in two respects :
First No commissions ur& charged
for collections , the membership fco
alone being the only outlay , and for
which bi-monthly records and a bound
volume at the end of the year tire given
each member.
Second No attorneys are employed.
The debtor and creditor arc brought
together. The money payed directly tote
to the creditor and not to cither the
company or its agents , thereby saving
delays and oxpenbcs.
AdniiiH & Mcltriilo Co.
Fine job printing , 1619 Dodge st.
They Get There.
The real estate firm , heretofore known
as B. R. Ball & Co. , composed of Mr.
Ball and W. .A- Spencer , has boon
changed to Ball fc Spencer , with oflico
at 113 North IGth , as formerly. This
firm is making a specialty of exchang
ing various kinds of merchandise for
land and Omaha property , and nearly
always have customers for stocks of goods.
If you want to buy or bell give them a
New England Society in Oinnhn.
All natives of Now England and their
wives nnd husbands nro invited to moot
at the rooms of the board of education ,
Sixteen street and Capitol avenue , on
Tuesday , November 1 , 1SS7 , at 8 p.m. ,
to make preparations for the annual
festival and such other business as May
require attention. EDEN K. LONO ,
Architect ) * and Superintendents.
Hodgson & Son , 20 , Iron Bank.
Twenty-live Years Ago.
Train said Omaha would bo a largo
city. Twenty-live years hence it will
have a half million people , many of
whom will bo living on those ton-dollar
lots now being sold at 310 South 16th st.
's Muslu Store ,
1519 Dodge St. Pianos rented , exchanged -
changed and sold on easy payments.
Fine Vroof Etching * .
Adams & McBride Co. , 1519 Dodge st ,
Arc You a Property Owner ?
If not go at ohca to 5110 South 15th st.
and get : i. warranty deed to a South
Omahil lot for only ton dollars. Only u
few. more left. ' ; . ' . , . . . .
Corner DoclRonnd 15th Streets.
Dress Goods ; and Furs.
Wo have purchased jit a OHEAT LOSS
to the manufacturer ,
250 pieces half wool dross goods in
plaid colors and fancy weaves and will
place them on our counters Monday
morning at the remarkably low prlco of
lOcts per yard. They are the well
known "Jamestown" and are guaran
teed fast colors. They are both double
and single width nnd nro not found on
sale iu this city for less that OOcts per
yard. Come early and get the choice.
Furs !
Furs !
Furs !
Wo call especial attention to our
largo stock of fur trimmings , muffs and
fur bets , comprising all the most desir
able and fashionable furs , selected with
great care from the old established and
most reliable run HOUSES in the coun
try , and wo confidently assort that our
THICKS are the lowest. Inspection nnd
comparison will prove it.
100 black Russian hare muffs ns a
drive at 7oc , actual value ' $1,50.
50 natural Australian oppossum mulTs ,
a great bargain $2.37i , worth $3.50.
50 fine seal plush mulls 2.37i , actual
value $3.50.
Corner Dodge and 16th Streets.
Monday , Monday , lrcs * Goods , Dress
Goods , DrCHH GoodH.
4Cc , WORTH 75c.
4 Cases Now Colored All-wool Dress
Serges , all colors at 35c , worth Goo.
4 pieces 42-inch Black All-wool Dress
Serges at 35c , worth GOc.
More Activity Manifest in the Onmlin
llonl Kstnlo Market.
A careful review of the real estate market
for the week ending Friday , October 28 , de
velops two very satisfactory facts. First is
the Increased activity and secondly the ex
cellent prospects for the future. A largo
number of brokers wcro seen yesterday und
the universal opinion was tlmb "things wcro
doing better. " The sales have been larger
nnd there hns been a lurgely Increased num
ber of inquiries from the cnst. Below is given
u tublo showing the value of warranty deeds
lUcd during the wecltt
Monday , October 24 $ 01,613
Tuesday. October ! 25 05,030
Wednesday , October 20 21,703
Thursday , October 27 1X1,160
Friday , October 2S ; 57,751
Saturday , October 21) ) 43,001
Total SMtt.lO-
It must bo boruu in mind that the ubovu
docs not by any means represent the entire
business of the week. It simply shows the
value of deeds lllcd with the county clerk.
Thcro are many deals made dally the deeds
of which are not Hied for years. Thou thcro
nro many deeds lllcd where the consideration
stilted is only nominal nnd the true amount
paid is only known to the two
parties to the transaction. Then
real estate transfers uro covered
up In papers of various kinds of legal docu
ments and it is an aboluto impossibility testate
state thu exact valuation of ull the business
The frequent Inquiries from outside capi
talists Is a most gratifying feature Of the
present state of thp market. The immense
sums that Omahu has sixint und is now
si > aiidiiig In paving , grading , sewering and
other public improvements has uttracted
marked attention in ull parts of the United
States. It is estimated by u prominent
broker that at least ono hundred "outside"
capitalists were in the city during the week
looking for Investments. In nearly every
case they wore greatly pleased with the fine
condition of the city und several of them
bought property here. Two eastern manu
facturers wcro in the city during the week
looking fur suitable sites for the erection of
buildings for their plants. They are men of
moderate capital , and if > they receive the
proper encouragement will remove to Omahu.
In connection with these manufacturers
ono of the most prominent brokers In the city
said : "Thcso men will comohcro if they uro
cucournsred. Their present plants are too
limited tor their business and if half or even
u third of the Increased stock will bo sub
scribed hero wo can gut thorn. Factories
nnd more wholesale houses uro now what
Omahu most needs and when these men re
turn next week there will bo n determined
effort to sit down upon thuold-fogylsm which
dominates the minds of u number of our cap
italists. "
The larger proportion of the buying at
present is confined to "itibido" property.
This tends to create a good , healthy market
nnd bhows an ubsimso of the purely specula
tive , element. Of the fcir.O.OOt ) worth of pro | > -
crty boUght during Uio past week less than
one-fourth of It 'was residence projtorty.
This , taken in connect Ida with the permits ,
issued for Imildiufc' , showb that the business
Corner Dodge and 15th Streote.
Ladies' Furnishings/
Wo will offer on Monday and all next
week sorao extraordinary bargains.
This is another lot of the same class of
handkerchiefs wo sold so cheap several
weeks ago. This tlmo wo will muko
the ligurcs still lower.
100 dozen ladies' hemstitched sheer
linen lawn and linen cambric handker
chiefs , with printed tucks , in neat
stripes and Persian clTects.
12jc , actual value 20c.
76 dozen ladies hemstitched sheer
linen lawn handkerchiefs , embroidered ,
tueked , lace vcining , etc.
15c , worth 2-5c.
75 dozen ladies' hemstitched sheer
linen lawn handkerchiefs , embroi
dered , veined , blocked , etc. , latest de
signs , 25c , worth up to 40c.
Kid Gloves ,
In our ladies' kid glove department
wo have , just received our second im
portation of ladies' kid gloves that so
many have been waiting for. They are
heavy embroidered with welts to match ,
at $1.15 , regularly sold for $1.50.
Corner Dodge and 15th Streets.
portion of the city is to bo greatly improved
and nddcd to durinfr the coining year. Ueal
e.stuto men do not anticipate any inarvcllon *
activity at present , but ruther a good , sound
aiid healthy growth.
The building permits during the week were
ns follows :
Monday $ 7,700
Tuesday 10,550 ,
Wednesday 24,100
Thursday 18,050
Friday 15,400
Saturday 3,305
Total f 85,105
First Baptist church : Strangers' Sabbath
homo. Corner Fifteenth and Davenport
streets. Rev. A. W. Lainur , pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 : u. in. and 7tO : ! p. m. Young pee
ple's prayer meeting ( i:45 : p.m. Morning ,
sermon by Kov. C. C. Hitting , D. D. , of
Philadelphia , Pa. In the evening , cither Dr.
Bitting or the pastor , will preach.
Subhuth school nt 12 m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:80. : All nro ccor-
dially Invited. Scats free. A full attendance
of the Sunday school is specially requested.
First Presbyterian churchcorncr , Dodge and
Seventeenth streets Rev. W. J. Hnrslm
pastor. Services 10:30 : a. m. nnd 7:45 : p. m. ;
preaching by the pastor. Sunday school at
close of morning worship. Young peoples'
meeting Monday evening at 7 p. m.
German Lutheran church , 1005 South
Twentieth street E. J. Frcse , pustor. Ser
vice every Sunday at 10 a. m. Sunday school
at 2 p. m.
Unity church , Seventeenth nnd Cnss
streets Rev. W. E. Copolnnd pastor. Ser
vices at 11 n. in. nnd 7fO : ! p. m. Sunday school
at 12:15. : Subject of sermon to-morrow
morning : "Tho Permanent in Religion. " By
request Mr. Copeland will devote the evening
to a conversation on Theosophy uud Occult
Nortli Omaha Baptist Mission , meeting nt
Cane's now store building on Twenty-fourth
street , north of Lake in Kount/o Place
Rev. P. W. Foster , pastor of missions. Reg
ular Sunday services nt 11 n. in. nnd 7:30 :
p.m. Sundav school at 12:15. : The public cor
dially invited.
Beth-Eden Baptist church Rev. II. L.
House , pastor. Preaching by the pastor nt
4:15 : p. in. nt St. Mary's Avenue Congrega
tional church. Sabbath school nt 3 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening nt7:30. :
Strnngcrs cordially welcome. Scats free.
WcstmlnstcrPresbytorian Church , Troicll's
Hull. 27SO Lcavcnworth street Rov. John
Gordon , pastor. Preaching ut 10:30 : n. in.
Subject : "Can the Lesser Contain the
Greater ? " At 7:30 : p. in. , subject : "Indigna
tion Over Christ's Treatment. " Sunday
school ut 12 in.
The Central United Prcsbyterlnn church
Rov. John Williamson , pastor. Seventeenth
street between Dodge und Capitol avenuo.
Services nt 10:30 : u. m. cam ! 7:30 : p. m.
SabbutU school nt 12 m. Young People's
prayer meeting at 0:45 : on Sabbuth evening.
All are invited.
Welsh Presbyterian : Services held nt the
residence of Mr. R. Humphreys. 054 North
Twenty-eighth street. Sunday sciieol at 2:30 :
p.m. , preaching nt 7:30 : p. in. by the pas
tor , Rev. W. Roland Williams. Subject :
"Love , As Supreme Motive to Obedience. "
Kount/o Memorial Evangelical Lutheran
corner of Sixteenth and Harnoy streets
Rov. J. S. Dotwollcr. pastor. Church ser
vices and preaching by the pastor nt 10:30 :
a. in and 7:30 : p. in. Commemoration of the
reformation. Sunday school ut 12 m.
First United Presbyterian church. Rov.
E. U. Graham , pastor. 012 North Eighteenth
stroot. Public worship nt 10:80 : n. m. und
7:30 : p. in. Sabbath school nt noon.
St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran , corner
North Twenty-first und Burdctto streets , Rev.
George H. Schnur , 'pastor. Reformation
Day. The order of service , Including ro-
gponscs , hymns , nnd chants , with especial
reference to this anniversary , will bo used.
Morning service , 10:30 : ; ovenliiK service , 7:30 : ;
morning subject : "Martin Luther in the Re
formation. " Evening subject : "Tho Church
pf thii Reformation. " Sunday school 2:30 : p.
m. Strangers welcome.
Seward Street M.E. church Rev. Charles
AV. Savldgo will have ns his subject Sunday
morning , "The- Sacrament of the Lord's
. Supper. " The evening hurmon .will be ad
dressed to "ThoMen Who Use Tobacco. "
.All uro iuvitcU. ' .
Corner Dodpro and 15th Streets.
Men's Furnishings.
Mens' ' Mufflers
At Half IPrice , j
100 dozen men's worsted mufllors In
light nnd dark shades , snlo price 25o ,
regular prlco 60c.
76 dozen men's fine light-colored
cnshmoro mufllors , size 32x34 inches.
Wo show this quality in ton different
patterns. Sale price GOc , regular price
200 dozen men's nil silk mufflers , slzo
82x34. Wo show this quality In fifteen
different patterns , in white , cream and
ecru. Sale price $1.25 , regular prlco ,
Men's heavy gray nt 60e , worth 76c.
Men's heavy white at 60c , worth 75c.
Men's fancy stripe at 76e , worth $1.00.
Men's fine scarlet at 85c , worth $1.2o.
Men's camels'-hair at $1.12 , worth
Men's fine old gold at $1.50 , worth
$ O OK . .
< * .J.
Men's cashmere hose at 22jc , worth
Men's Jersey gloves at 50o , worth 75c.
Men's and Doys' knit wool caps 39c.
50 dozen men's fine Jersey gloves for
street wear in all desirable shades and
sizes. Sale price 60c , actual value SI.
Corner Dodge and 15th Streets.
Hmibcom Park M. E. church At 10:30 : a.
m. Rev. H. K. Mctcalf , of Dwight , 111. , will
preach. At 7:30 : p. m. a Sunday school con
cert will bo given.
Custellar Street M. E. church Rev. Alfred
H. Henry will preach. Subject nt 11 n. m. :
"Growth ; " und at7:45 : p. m.'Tho Chambers
of Imagery. " Sunday school at 10 a. in. , and
young people's meeting at 7 p. m.
St. Philip's Free church ( colored ) 818
North Nineteenth street. John Williams ,
pastor. Sunday school at 2 p. in. Evening ser
vices nt 8 p. m. A most cordial welcome is
always extended to strangers.
Tubcrnaclo First Congregational church.
1710 Capitol avenue : Services at 10.tOnnd :
7:30 : o'clock. Preaching by Rev. Wilson
Denny , of Clinton , Iowa. Sabbath school
at noon. All are welcome.
Walnut Hill M. E. church , will hold its ser
vice Sunday in their new hall , in Hcrtzman's
block. Mercer avenue. C. H. Savidgc , pas
tor. Services at 10 n. m. und 7 p. in. Sab
bath school nt 10 o'clock.
Park Avenue United Presbyterian church-
Rev. J. A. Henderson , pastor. Corner Park
avenue and Grant street. Preaching in the
morning at 10:30 : a.m. Subject : "Christ's
Manifestation and its Purpose ; " evening ,
"The Conversion of Lydia. " Sabbuth
school at noon. Tcachtfrs meeting fltO : ! ;
young people's meeting Monday evening 7:30. :
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening ut7:30. :
You are invited.
Hillside Congregational church , Omaha
View Kov , H. C. Crane , pustor. Sunday
school changed to 11:45 : u. m. Rev. Dr. H.
A. Schaufllor , who has addressed the stuto
association at Lincoln , will speak at 7:30 : p.
in. The Christian Endeavor will meet at
0:30. : Sunday school at close of morning
services. The building will bo comfortably
North Presbyterian cluireh , Saundcrs
street. Services ut 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m.
Rov. Win. R. Henderson , pastor. Services
nt 10:30 : nnd 7:30 : o'clock. Morning subject :
"Unconscious Excellence ; " evening subject ,
"Tho Second Commandment. " Sabbath
school nt noon. Young people's meeting
at 0:80 : p. m. Strangers made welcome at all
the services.
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational Rov.
II. A. Srhnufllcr of Cleveland , O. , will speak
in the morning on "Hoheinian Work in the
United States. " und Rev M. J. P. Thing will
Corn crPodgo and 1 Gth Streets.
Our stock" in this department is no\r
larger nnd moro complete than over bo
fore , with boots and shoes Irom the
cheapest to the best , made especially for
us by the bcstcnstorn manufacturers. Buy
of us at the prices quoted below ana
save 20 per cent.
Men's seomless congress , lace and but *
ton shoes , $1.V5 ( , worth $2.60.
Men's Fcomless cordovan shoes , con * ,
gross and button , $2.50. worth $3.00.
Men's celebrated "W. L. Douglass' ? , *
calf shoes , all styles , $3.00 ,
Men's fine calf seomloss shoes , alt
styles , only $4.50 , worth $5.60.
Men's line calf Waukonpfust shocsk >
seamless , 85.00 , worth $0.00. , j ) '
Men's genuine kangaroo , hand-sowed' 8 (
shoos at $0.00. worth $7.00. *
Men's line coif hand sowed shoo , COIK * ?
gross , lace and button , $0.60 , wortlV -V
Men'e French calf hand sowed shocsy
all styles , $7.00 , worth $8.60.
Men's French calf hand sewed , cork
solo shoes , $8.00 , worth $9.60. . { ,
Men's calf boots , $ ; i.OO , $4.60 and $5,00 < ,
French hand sowed boots $7.60.
Heavy boots , $2.00 , $2.60 and $3.00i
Walker boots , $3.50. $1.00 and $1.CO. , '
Ladies' genuine kid button shoes , n
and E widths , Opera styles , $1.K" ! , worth ;
$2. GO.
Ladies' genuine goat button shoes , 01
D and E widths , two styles , $2.60 , worth ]
'Ladies' fine bright Dongola shoes , Ci
D and E widths , C. S. and Op. styles.
$3. worth $3.60.
Ladies' line dull Dongola button shocsl
C , D and E widths , C. S. style , $4 , worth !
$4.60. i
Ladies' French Dongola hand turncc
shoes , "French styles , " A to E widths ;
only $5. I
Ladies' warm lined cloth and fell
shoes , $1.25 and $1.35 per pair.
Ladies' felt and clotn slippers , only $ |
and $1.25 per pair.
Ladies' glove kid and goat house slip
pers , turn wiles , $1. ,
Ladies' fine Cuvncoa kid hand turned
slippers , B to E widths. $1.50.
Mibscs' oil and bright grain behoof
shoes with heels , only $1.60. ,
Mibbcs' genuine goiit bchool shoes , Cf
D and E widths , heel and spring , $2.00.
Misses'curacoa kid button shoes , Cj
D and E widths , C. S. heel and springJ
Misses' genuine straight goat buttoi *
shoes , C and D widthsbpring heolsonly
$2.50 , i
Mibscs' calf fo.xcd button shoes , D anil
E widths , spring heels , only S2.50.
Youths' A calf button school shoes , '
sizes 11 to 2 , only $1.76.
Youths' English grain button bchooV
shoes only $2.00 , worth $2.50.
Youths' fine calf button Waukenphasft
shoes , only $2.50.
Corner DoclRonncl 15th Streets.
preach in the evening. Young people's ' cholu
in the evening , singing goopcl hymns. Sun
dny.'school ut noou ; chupel schools ut a o'clock * .
All welcome.
St. John's church Corner Fnwklin nnd
Twenty-sixth streets. Wlllluin Osgood Peiir-
son , rector. Morning prayer , lltuny mill scr-
monout 11 n. in. ; evening prayer mid ser
mon , 7 : % p. m. Sunday school 0-15 : a. in.
Seats free , I
First Methodist Episcopal church , on
Davenport between Seventeenth nnd Eigl
teenth T. M. House , pastor. Preaching nt
10:80 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. Morning topic'
"Faith Cure In Its Relation to Fact , on
Individual Cures. " Sunday school at.
2 : ISO p.m. Young people's meeting at 0:45' :
p. m. Oxford League Monday 7:30 : p. in
Prayer meeting , Wednesday evening. Scuta
free ; nil welcome. |
First Christian church. Twentieth and"
Capitol nventiu : Joseph II. Fey , LL. D..1
pastor. Services to-day at 10-ir : > a. m. undV
7:30 : p. m. Society Christian Endeavor atf
0:45 : p. m. Prayer meeting ou Wednesday
evening. ,
The now building of the Seward strccft
church has boon plastered and will bo comy
fortnble for the services. i
Kcv. W. J. Harsha will speak SabhatH
evening on "Tho Tower of Uiibol" nt thoj
First Presbyterian church , corner Dodge nndP ,
Seventeenth. Young men especially invited/
Dr. Bridge's residence removed to 312J
North Twenty-second fatrcet. Telephoned
515. \
To the voters of Polk county , Iowa : Atfjj
these who go homo and deposit a ballot to relieve -
liovo Iowa from her present condition oO
serfdom arc requested to meet at Mctz' half
on this Sunday afternoon , October 0 , at
o'clock. The necessary arrangements have )
been completed , these that fail to meet us on
Sunday will nnd the secretary at 3'J1 Nortli
Fourteenth street oral Mr. Murray's build-
ing. coiner Fourteenth and Harncy streets ,
II. II. Kicii , Secretary.
For bargains in groceries go to CoovoO , ,
& Watts , N. E. cor. St. Mary's avo. and , ,
19th Bt. See their ad. in another coN
umn. i
liis , October
Grand Production of a Dramatization of
Hugh Cony/ay's / ' Famous Novel ,
5) )
And a Dramatic Company of Excellence ,