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LONDON THEATERS CROWDE1
People ATO Back from the Country an
Becking Amusement at Homo ,
GILBERT'S NEW OPERA AT THE LYRI
Itatativl of it UrinliliiR I.lcrnni ) In tlin r.niin
Mumc Hull I'ncka thnt Homo from
J'loar Ui Hon ( Vigilance Com-
mlttco I Mined ,
( Copy rlsh ltd IW4 by the Associated Prcfcs. )
LONDON , Oct. 27. lAfter a. period
wintry weather London has been enjoying
tew springlike days. This , coupled wl
the fact that people nre nearly all back ( re
the country , hoe served to crowd the lea
Ing theaters. At the Criterion , for I
stanceIt lias been Impossible to buy- sec
except In advance , and the same may
Balil of the Comedy theater , the Court the
tcr , the Adelphl theater nnd a few othe
In fact , in some ol these places of cnterlal
merit It haa been Impossible to buy so ;
a few days ahead.
On the other hand , Iho continued crusa
ngulnst granting a "drinking audltorlui
license to the Empire theater hns served
draw the biggest crowds to that place
entertainment that ever gathered In a th <
tcr. The London county council has si
tallied the licensing committee In Its i
fusal to grant a license , much to the- sat
Faction of the religious bodies , which ho
been holding special prayer meetings on t
The principal dramatic even ol the we
la tonight's premiere of "His Excellenc
at tlio Lyric theater , and It may bo add
that Mr. W. 8. Gilbert has provided pier
of stimulating advertisement lor this con
opera , which , ho has written In conjunct !
with Dr. Osman Carr
The week opened with Mr. Gilbert scmll
to thc'-prena ' a letter stating that a certs
Comtes&e dc Bremont had applied to h
for nn Interview , to be published In St. Pa
Minn. Ho added that ho was unwilling
put himself at the mercy of the good la
and discretion of the lady , who Is knc-
by repute , and replied that "The terms
an interview are 20 guineas. " The Co
leeso d < ? llrcmont. treating this letter as
specimen of Gilbert's humor , replied :
anticipate the pleasure of writing y <
obituary for nothing. " It Is unclersu
that the Comtesse do Dremont halla fr
Cincinnati , O. , nnd she doubtless has g <
Ohio blood In her veins , for aho has pa ! <
Mr. Gilbert's letter In the hands ot 1
Tlio Do Bremont Incident had hardly s
tied before Messrs. Gilbert and Edwai
made an application for an Injunction
restrain Iho Star from continuing to pub !
an account of the plot of "His Cxcellcne ;
had been given to i
which , It appears ,
of the Ly
.newspaper men by an employe
The ground on which this application v
made was that the publication of the opi
would ruin the rights of the play In I
United States. The court of chancery gran
an ad Interim Injunction.
WHAT KAlLUnB MAY MEAN.
The production of "His Excellency" I
been awaited with considerable Interest
the part of those who are desirous of Icnc
Ing how well W. S. Gilbert and Dr. Ci
will -work In double harness. In the ovi
of a failure the production of "Hla Exc
lency" may bo Immediately precedent to
reconciliation between Gilbert and Sulllvi
Below the surface there Is much moving
The action of the story passes at Elslno
Denmark , and deals with a freak ot I
prlnco recent , who passes himself oil ai
strolllnc player , and In that disguise pit
many a prank upon th& people ; over wh
he ruled , naturally In strict accordance w
the lajvs of tbp country , lyjng within
domain of comic opera. The romantic
terest which Is detailed In the satire of
piece Is concerned with the love of a yoi
Eculptor for a ballad singer. Of the scul
or'B handiwork an example will tie t > r
cnted on the stage , which Is said to h :
cost 200 to construct. The opera Is ,
course , In the Ollberttan two-act form ,
scene of the flrst being the market pla
Elslnore , that of the second , the court y ,
ot the castle , of the same Danish town. ]
historical reasons , the period ol the play
fixed In 1607 , and it has been phophes
about L'ondon that the play was to be a gr
n. J. A. Dam's "The Shopgirl" Is In
hearsal at the Gaiety theater. Mr. Dam
scribed It as "a musical comedy , writ
around the army and navy headquarters.
Grace Hawthorne haa gone with a conip ,
to India for a tour which may contl
around the world. She opened In "Fedo
at Calcutta on November 10 , and will fol
the Russian atory with Sardou's later we
The Carl Hosa Opera company proposes
produce at Christmas time Ilutnperd n <
fairy opera , "Hansel Und Qretel , " the C
man "Babes In the Woods , " which
proven such a success In Germany. '
libretto will be put Into English by Const a
TATTI FINDS A PRODIGY.
The next promised musical prodigy Is a
worker , John W. Williams , who has been <
covered by Pattl. and svho will be brou
out by her at the divans November com
In Albert hall. Pattl saya Williams ha
Mr4 Harris reopens tha darrlcfc theater
night with "Money , " and with practlc
the same cast as before , except that M
Millet and Arthur Ilourchler will apt
When the "Queen of the Brilliants" Is i
at Abbey's theater. New York , It will p
tlcnlly be a new p'ece , as far as the llbr
Is concerned , and there will bo some i
numbers by Jakobov-skl. When Mr. At
found , upon presentation oC the piece h
that the book was practically a flat failure
commissioned II. J. Bam to rewrite It.
Ibis connection Mr. Dam says : "Correc
another's work is a delicate matter an
liaro no desire to make capital out oi It ,
liavc reconstructed the 'Queen of the I
Hants , ' putting In a strong dramatic plot , s
as the spectacle needed , The new number !
elude two sole songs for Miss Russell ,
ot them being a slumber song to which
goes tasleep before the tableaux. Tl
are also two new solos for Hubert Wllko
a duct ( or himself and Miss Ilussell ,
changes have not Interfered with the s
tacular groupings and ensemble movemc
which will be given In New York jutl
they were flrst iecn In London. The. r
looks well in Us present shape , If I may
to , and Miss Kussell and Jakobowskl are
lighted with It. It only needed B
dramatic Interest and sonic comedy , an
has these now , In Its present simp ,
should give New York plenty to talk abe
The action of the London county counc
regard to the Empire theater , and th
ctslon of Manager Edward ] to close that
tabllshment , eclipses all other topics In li
est In London today , even Including the
man crisis and the reports regarding
health of the czar. The newspapers of
city devote pages to the Empire theater ci
tlon , and all ot them liavo editorials upon
At Iho end of the performance at the
plre theater last night there wa * a most
citing scene. The vast audience asscni
continued standing for half an hour , sin
nnd cheering Mr. Edwards and hissing
London county council and lira. Orm
Chant of the Vigilance association.
Sir. Brerbohm Tree's next pioluctloti ai
llaymarket theater will be lUddon CI
bw * new play , which the London press
announced as "Two Mtn and a Womun , "
which Mr. Tree wrjtes the Aistclalod |
will b called , when produced un Novel
6 < y 7.1 "John o' Dreams. " Tlia t' < y "I
particularly strong part. " iaya Mr. '
"for mYte.lt , and an equally good one for
Patrick Campbell , who will , with thl ;
Oucllon , make hqr first appearance ; at
fiayjiiarluit. " If it Is 1 SUCCMS > ou t
know I shall Include It In my Amei
rcnerlolrts , Although I have not dccld
think It not Improbable that .1 snail
With the 'lUltarl Monger' and the
Lamp , ' at played before her maijrsly I
in Iho engagement 1 shall be seen as He
ami FklatHff , as well as In several other i
ftctrr * familiar to London. I am not i
to America simply for dollars. I wai
conquer the good opinion of American
goeri , "
Laugtry a ad her coaipany hit
New York today on board the- American Hi
steamship Paris , Among the members i
this company nreMlsccs Beatrice 8 Iw >
Leclercq and Mrs.V. . T. Lovell , Frank lei
ton , Ivan Wllion , Williamson , Weathrrl
and others ,
During her American tour Mrs. Laiigti
will rely upon society plays at flrst , nr
later upon Shakespearean productions. SI
hopes to open In New York , If It Is possible
get a theater there , but tier program is si
IN OMAHA'S THBATKUS.
What IVoplo Mny Inspect to See Benin
tlio Cnrtnlii lilts Week.
A new play which has already maflo
pronounced hit will be seen at the Do ;
theater Tuesday and Wednesday nigh
when the quaint comedian , Willie Collli
supported by n carefully Delected compan
will present Edward E KUldcr's come
drama , "A Back Number. " As a rule t
public does not care to attend a psrfori
ance ot a new play , but prefers to aw ;
the pruning process. At the close of Is
season The Hess nnd Hess company ga
the play for four weeks , two of which we
In Boston. The reception was so favoral
that Mr. Collier determined this season
put farce comedy behind him and bo sc
In more , legitimate lines , In "A Ha
Number" was found Juet what he desln
Mr. Collier believes in laughter , but In 1
new play no stage device nor ludlcro
make-up Is adopted to provoke mirth. 1
depends alone on his ability as a comeOlt
and Wllllo Collier as Ben and Ike Benin
Is the same Willie Collier one meets un t
street He merely dresses appropriate
for the two parts , nothing more. T
story Is laid In nn Ohio village.
It may bo said that there is no claim ma
by the author ot " 1-11-41" as to plot
was simply constructed to amuse and cnti
tain the public , which enjoys a hearty lauj
High-class singing , clever specialties and t
pert dancing of all descriptions arc on t
piogram. The company which appears
" 4-11-41' has been selected with care , and
expense has been spared by the managcmc
to secure the very beat artists that man
and an active nmbttlon to huvo the bt
This company comes to the Fifteen
Street theater for four nights , beglnnl
with a raatlnce this afternoon.
"Friends , " the charming comedy drama
that brilliant young playwright Edwin M
ton Royle , Is one of the assured success !
theatrical ventures of this season. No pi
of recent years lias met with such unlven
praise as tills delightful production , L-
season It received the unqualified npproi
of tlio press and public of this city as pi
scnted by Messrs. Edwin Milton Iloyle , I
clus Henderson , Harry Allen , E. D Lye
and Selena. Fetter ttoyle. It will be sc
here again Friday , Saturday and Sunday
the Bojd , and Is certain to duplicate
former triumphs. "Friends" Is one of t
few plays that can successfully bear repc
Right or wrong , the tariff bill passed
the last senate and congress has certalr
reduced the price of dry goods. A strlk
example of this Is the advertisement ot HE
den Brothers on the ninth page ; antlclpatl
perhaps possibly the same degree ot protect !
they had enjoyed under the McKlnley b
or a continuance of that protection In c :
of a disagreement amongst the Solans
Washington , the eastern factories contlnt ,
to manufacture and pile up thousands
cases of goods designed for fall trade. T
had been the custom for years , and was
necessary practice , bccausa the Jobbers a
large retailers , like I lay den's , had herctof <
anticipated their wants , and ordered In Jt
what they needed for October trade , I
this year It wasj different , and shrewd mi
chants waited to sec the result of the WIU
bill , wliicli , as Is well known , reduced I
cost ot all woolen dress goods , btankc
hosiery , In fact , all dry goods , 33 to
per cent. Hayden Brothers were strictly
line , and were In n position to take advant !
of the decline by making all their purcha
durlnc the last two weeks at the lou.
prices ever known. While , this applies
all their departments , yet the most marl
reductions and stupendous bargains nre In
dress goods from the- auction ealo of
celebrated Arlington mills , held In New Yi
October 17. Head about them on the nil
page , and visit Haydens' , the universal i
vlders. next week.
Itnnl llrlih'n Annlvi > r iiry.
Nebraska lodge No. 354 , Independent
der of Bnai Brlthnlll celebrate its te
anniversary nt Metropolitan hall this even
by presenting Henry J. Byron's three-
comedy , "Uncle Boodle. " In the cast
Misses Minnie Lobin.in. Hattle Obertel
and Hattle Drelfus and Messrs. Simon Go
Fred S. Bcllgsohn and Edgar Wessel. '
coinmllUes are :
Entertainment Ilabbl Leo M. Frank
Samuel Katz , John Merrltt.
Floor M. n. Trauernian , II. Blath , Ju'
Meyer , William Flatou , Jos Qutman , I. I !
sclbcrg , Sol Frank.
Reception ] . Oberfeldcr , I. Hossellx
Max Meyer , G. Brandies , M. Morris ,
Blotchy , C. Singer.
Wlmt 111 la 1 Melt-in.
WESTERN , Neb. . Oct. 22. To the Ed
of The Dee : Please state In next Sund ,
Bee the full meaning of 1C to 1 , as used
politicians In reference to gold and ci
coin ? SUBSCRIBE !
The legal ratio of silver to gold In
United States la 15.DS to 1. or , as it Is c
monly for convenience stated , 16 to 1. '
means that by law and for purposes
coinage sixteen ounces of silver Is equlva
to one ounce ol gold. Thus , there- are 2
grains of pure gold In the gold dollar
371U cralns or pure silver in the pi
dollar. The present commercial ratio
silver to gold Is about double the coir
, jniKriTiit > .
d | Next Saturday evening Wasa lodge
163 , Independent Order of OM Fellows ,
celebrate Us fourth nnnhersary with an
tertalnmcnt , concert and ball at "Wash !
ton hall. Several well known Odd Fell
will speak , on the occasion , and a good t
On Friday and Saturday the teachers
four counties were assembled at Stanton
three ol the- Omaha teachers addressed tli
Mrs. Remington Not&on spoke on "Lit
ture ( n the InU-rmcdlato Grades , " Miss B
ley on "Physical Culture , " Miss Rettle I
on "Primary Reading "
Dr. Capell removed from Council Bluff
Omaha. Ilooms 1C and 17.Vithnell bl
I.ocul Knlna mid Much Collier Weather
WASHINGTON , Oct. 27. Tlie forecast
Sunday is :
For Nebraska , Kmif.na and South Dal
Locul rains : much colder ; nortrr
For Sllssourl Fair In the morning ;
creasing cloudiness , v > ltli showers In
evening or night ; warmer In the eas
portion ; colder In tin : western portion ; cc
throughout the state oil Monday ,
For Iowa Light r.ilns ; brisk nnd 1
south , shitting1 to uui tli west winds ; n
ut colder In the vvcsuin portion ; colder In
eastern portion Sunday night.
Lorn I Ueronl.
OKFICU OF THK WEATHER BURE
OMAHA , Oct. ST. Omntia iccoul of tern
ature nnil rainfall , compared txlth the
responding day of past four years :
1S3I. 1S'J3. ISM.
> faxlmum temper.iture. . . . 7J 63 C6
Minimum temperature. . . . 4t > 37 40
Average temperature 5D Bl ta
Precipitation (0 T .00
Condition of temperature and i > rcclj > ! U
at Omulia for the day and alnt-6' Mart
let Excess tor the day. . . . . . .
Accumulated excc H since March 1
Normal precipitation OC
nfllrlcnoy for the flay . .W
Total pteilpitallon since March 1 13,89 In
Accumulated deficiency since
March 1 , 15.4 < In
or L , A WELSH , Observ
IN OMAHA'S SA5CTDARIE
Another Statement of Tronbka in Bt. Paul'
Church by a Committee.
CLAIMS TO REPRESENT A
What the 1'nulUl Fntlicm Hnro Accoin
l In Uiunlin In Tire AVcehi Thrnt-
ilculi br Yoiine Wonirn' * Christina
Annotation I'ulplt Announcement * .
OMAHA , Oct. 27. To the Editor Of Th
Beer The rumors have been and are cor
stantly spreading about the St. Paul's churc
lawsuit , and people perhaps think that It
the whole congregation that harmonizes wit
the suit. Not o , for there arc only thirl ]
five Ignorant nnd cspcc ally one Ignoramus-
persons who try to get everything their ow
way and the property under their person ;
direction. Wo are and always have been i
about 105 parishioners who have always sir
ported the church , while they who ore tr ;
Ing to run everything consist of about thlrt ;
flve people who never paid anything , ar
not as they quoted on July 25 , 1881 , "Oi
side la composed of about 100 parlshtonci
who have always supported the church , whl
the other aide consltts of about twenty-five ,
\Vo simply throw defiance at them for th
statement. They claim that they have bee
swindled. Who ever respects and hone
that know them ? It Is simply the coi
trary How can nny sensible person b
Have that these thirty-five people nre on tl
right path and the 165 on the wrong ? Thei
thirty-five people managed , when they sa
they could not swindle the congregation ar
more through deceltfulnees , to get rid i
the lawful priests that labored for their hai
plness and welfare , and secured an unknow
man by the name of Stanislaus Kamln , wt
knows nothing about our church matter
to hold services for them , thereby severlr
themselves from the b shop's control nr
calling themselves Independent. They dee
themselves Independent from the pope , t )
bishops and all authorities o the Home
Should we , by far the majority , as sa
before , abandon the church In which y
have worshiped In the faith of our father
Emphatically , no ! Wo shall try to ha-
an Injunction on the church until all the
troubles are settled. Wo give them ccrta
time to remove from the premises , and
not we shall force them by law , If there
nny' law at all. Should tills majority ylc
to thefce thirty-five people ? About July 2
1891 , these thirty-five people stated In tl
World-Herald : "Tho church property w
purchased and the bu'ldlngs erected nnd pa
for by the parishioners before we ever h
a priest. " This , we say , Is untrue , ai
from this one must judge , that everythli
was in readiness , only to secure a prle
and have services held. First of all tlir
lots were purchased , but not entirely pa
for , and as there was no church on the
the congregation rented a vacant hou
from Metz Bros. , and only then secured
priest. This pastor was selected by t :
congregation ns their guardian of nil thins
ami only then the erection of the chun
building was begun. We , the underslgne
uphold all the above statements.
A. J iPOZANOWSKI ,
A. SCEPANICK ,
F. SEEPANIAK ,
A. SUE El 1C ,
S PILLAR ,
Yonnir Women's ( hrlntlun .AgaorlnUnn.
The comedetta. "For Half a Million , " w
staged a the Woman's club rooms last Mo
day evening. The actois , Mrs. J. H. Whie' (
Mlsa Margaret McKell and Mr. Herb ;
Cook , entered Into the splr'ft of the play
a manner that brought out the fun a
fancy of the comedy to the fullest cxtci
The elocutionary recital which was advt
tlsed to be given Sunday evening , Octob
3D , has been postponed , Notice will be glv
later as to tlio time.
Gospel service Sunday afternoon at
o'clock. Subject : "Coming to God. " All you
women of the young people's societies ,
every church ore Invited to come and ta
part In the service.
Monday evening at S o'clock , a ICensIn
ton. All are Invited to come , and bring tin
fancy work , and spend a social evening.
.Mission Hand Talent.
A very enjoyable entertainment was giv
by the Mission band of St. John's church
the assembly rooms of the parochial echo
Twenty-sixth and Franklin streets , Thund
evening. Vocal and Instrumental mus
well selected recitations and callsthenlc c
erclses by the girls , made a very pretty pi
gram , which was keenly appreciated a
liberally applauded by the aud ence.
rpwurth I.eicrcp Otatrlct Convention.
The Epwortli league for the Omaha d
tret will hold a. convention at the Fl
Methodist church. South Omaha , next Tu
day and Wednesday ,
Ill-let L'ulpU l'orecnH. :
Unlversallst Hov. Dr. Leo M. Frank
will preach In the absence of the pastor.
Unitarian Rev. Newton M. Mann , nilnlst
Service at 10:45. : Sermon on'Tlie Probl
of the Uncmployed.'J Sunday school at no
Castellar Street. Presbyterian Subject
morning sermon , "The. Ark of the Cpvcnan
evening , "Jehovah's Love for His Clios
People. " >
Seward Street Methodist W. K. Bea
pastor. Morning subject , "Characterlst
of Methodism ; " evening theme , "BullJi
the Walls , "
Trinity Methodist Rev , P , H. Sanders
D.D. , will preach , morning at 10 30 , si
Jcct , "Fervent Chr'stlanr'evening ; at 7 ;
subject , "One Another , "
Walnut Hill Methodist Subject of mo
Ing sermon : "The Interdependence and Sy
pathy of Church Members. " Evening : ' " ]
ruble a Plain Book to the Masses "
People's Church Sermons at 10.30 n , m i
7:30 : p. m. by the pastor , Charles W. Savld
Subject In the morning , "What Do
Head ? " Subject In the evening , " 1
Ovcrcomers , "
Grace Evangelical Lutheran The pas !
Rev Luther M. Kuhns , will preach at 1
p. m. on "The World Gone Wrong"
tha morning c.t 11 o'clock the festival
reformation , the anniversary ot Luther's
volt against the church of Rome , will'be
First Church of Christ ( Scientist. ) A
U , W. hall , Patterson building. Mrs. A ,
DeLong , paetor. Preaching at 10:45 : a.
Sunday school Immediately following. Re
ing rooms , in eame building , open dur
the week , from 10. a. in. to 5 p. m , All
The following marriage licenses were
tued yesterday :
Name nnd Address , A
John Vnmpolo , Omaha
Antonla Trojan , Oiunna ,
Laclvlk Bvoboda , Omaha
Anna Mertz. Omaha
William M. Dalley , South Omaha
Minnie Samberg , Uellevue. Neb
Cecil It. niumdoll , Abergaveny. Gng- . . , ,
Nellie D. Garner , Omaha
Frank Clonll. Omaha ,
Umma Harrison , Omaha , . . . .
John K. Stllle , South Omaha
Ellen M. Shepard , South Omaha
Robert C. Vincent , Omaha
Eleanora. C. Clayton , Omaha
Slice lu Ills liurreU
A complaint , charging Thomas' Roth \
being Insane , has been filed with ( ho cl
of the district cmrL. The mother of th <
younc man ver that he devotes a grc&tei
portion ot his time to chasing about thi
liouso after mice , Imagining that ho Is a cat
and has taken a contract to rid the premlKci
of the little animals.
IN THE DISTJilOT COURT.
Cnaes that Are DarnnnalnK the Attention
of Jailitci unit Jurloi.
The case ot WilliamlO. Chute has fount
Its way Into the courjr. where the * plalntlf
Is demanding the sum ol (1,000 from J. II
McDonald , alleging ttint on July 2 , of thi
present year , he waajiieaulted by the dc
fendnnt and seriously injived.
In Judge Ferguson's court a deficiency
judgment was rendered In favor ot Join
A. Harbach and against the Goodrich Hal
Lodge association for the sum of $10,090.13
together with Interest. The suit arose b
reason of the astoclatlon falling to pay som
debts which were against the noodrlch hat
building at Twenty-fourth and Ilamlltoi
Mary Place has asked for a restralnlm
order to prevent her husband , George II
Place , from Interfering with the control an
manacement of the children , the fruits o
nn unsatisfactory union ,
The alleged contempt case against E. Rose
water , editor of The Bee , was called tor trln
yesterday , but owing to the fact that th
attorneys were not ready to proceed , a con
tlnuance was granted until next Thursda
In Judge Blair's court the jury has re
turned a verdict In the will case of the heir
of Frederick Schncll against Robert Prelsi
hold I m : that at the time when Schncll be
queathcd his property to Prelss he was 1
his Tight mind. This reverses the finding
bf the probate court and cuts the chlidre
out of the property.
Judge Baxter 1ms decided the will case In
stltutcd by Mary Shelby , daughter of Joscp
Crelghton. deceased , holding that at th
time of executing the will Crelghton wa
not In his right mind
In the suit of the Omaha National ban
against J. J. and Rosa Bliss , the Kllpatrlck
Koch Dry Goods company has Hied a petl
tlon of Intervention , asking that the mort
gage from Bliss to hie. wife and for $2,00
be set aside. In this petition it is allege
that the mortgage Is fraudulent , wlthou
consideration , and Is made merely for th
purpose of hindering in the collection c
debts clue from Bliss.
Judge Bixter has decided that In the flgli
for the possession of Mamie Gladwln th
father has the prior right to the body of th
little one , a girl 12 years of age.
Last week while the child was attendln
school In the north part ot the city th
mother. Amanda Leacli , took the girl aw a
nnd secreted her for a few days Soon aftc
that the father , James Gladwln , secure
habeas corpus papers , and aided by the sherif
took Mamie oack to his own home. Tc
years ago the father and mother of tli
child were divorced , Mamie being given Inl
the custody of the father , with whom si
has since remained. Both parties have n
married , and since that time this girl IIE
been the bone of contention.
IN LOCAL akR.M.AN CIRCLES.
farewell ltcrclhin to the Secretary of tli
Ignaz Schcdervy , who has been the seer
tary of the bear division of the Omal
turnvercln , and who lias filled this poslttc
In a manner endearing him to all the , men
bers , leaves today for St. Louis , where 1
expects to engage In his trade. A far
well , whjch was JL complete su
prise to him , was tendered him last Wedne
day at the regular meeting of the bear
On this occasion Mr Schedervy was pr
sented with the Insignia , of the society as
token of the high < csteem In which he
held. 'In the course ol the evening mar
speeches complimentary of the servlci
which Mr. Schedervy had rendered wei
made , and general regret at his leaving wi
expressed. It Is Mr. Schedervy's Intentlo
In case he does not find St Louis socle *
congenlali to re-embark for Central Ame
lea , where' he formenly resided for sever
years. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
.Tonight at National hall Bohemian nnuiS
ment lovers will be c-ntertalhed by amatei
theatricals , In which several prominent Boh
rnlnns are to participate. The play Is ent
tied , "Redlna Vojno , " a comedy In three act
Joseph Mlk. R W. Bartos , M. Latovsky , 1
Havelka , Mrs. Bandhaur and others equal
prominent , will take part.
The Omaha riattsduetsche-Vereln is a
ranging to give a ball at Germanla hall <
November 10 , by whlcn time the new badg
ordered by the society are expected to nrrlv
The second theatrical performance at tl
Turn hall , combined with a general entc
ainment , Is to be given on the 4th of Never
Among the local composers , whose conipoi
Ions have attracted attention , Is Prof. Dvo
zack. His "Lincoln Triumphal March" ai
Columbus Overture" delighted a numb
of listeners last Thursday evening.
Wllhelm lodge , No. G , U. O. T B , , Is
provide amusement for Its members and the
'rltnds ' at a ball In Grube's ' hall , Fort Orach
Concordla lodge , Order of the World , h
completed arrangements to give Its first enU
.ainment on the evening of November 3 ,
Prof. Stelnhauser's military band Is to gl
a benefit concert at Germanla hall during '
afternoon and evening of November 2'J. Tl
s to be concluded with a ball.
Tliroo fjint Days.
Rockers , spring seat , silk tapestry seal
$2. Shlverlck's October sale.
A Cirnml Itencllt Hull.
The deaf people of Omaha will give thi
flrst annual ball Thanksgiving evening , N
vember 29at Omaha Guard armory T
proceeds of this ball will be given to the pc
of this unfortunate class of good citizens , a
all who believe In charity should not on ,
buy tickets , but attend the party. T
managers ot the affair nre L. M. Hunt n
William Kline , both well and tavorol '
Auction I'llralture Aui-tlon.
Tuesday , October 30 , 10 a. m , at corn
Twenty-fourth and Douglas streets , contcr
of entire house , folding beds , bed-room suit
carpets , range , book cases , etc On Wedni ?
day at 10 a. in. , sale at 2130 Harney , center
of entire ) house , both of these houses will
sold out ; no reserve , everything goes. Si
at 10 a. m. , sharp. ROBERT W13LLS ,
New Train. Now Houto.
The Burllngldn'a Black Hills , Monta
and Puget Sound pxuress , which lea\
Omaha at 4 CO p. ma ilaly. | Is the fasti :
train , via the shartestnllne , to Helena , But
Spokane , Seattle an fit Tacoma.
Through service of Sleeping and free
cllnlng chair cars.
Tickets and full Information at l :
M. J. DOWLING. . Caty Passenger Agent
Teachers and students , attention ! A
of Encyclopedia uricinnlca. ninth edit !
complete , which I mutt sell , and will t
cheap , Address S. LJDavldson , care Ore
hotel , or call betwcerf 4 * nd 6 p. m.
S ] > ecliil Kx uralon tu Tenn.
On Nov. Cth I wlllirun a special excursl
from Omaha to Houston , Texas , $20,00 I
round trip , to land'iblirers. Call on or i
dress I C. PATTERSON.
llBIRwuge Bldg. , Omaha
The minstrel show at the Boyd Mont
evening should be well attended , both on
count of Its worth and the object. The "ei
will present souvenirs to the audience.
Three I-ust Duj-fc
Rockers , spring scat , silk tapestry net
)2. Shlverlck's October sale.
highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
h 1 ,
Special Reductions Undo Monday in Dress
Goods Blankets Underwear.
, Furs , and .
SEE THOSE BROADCLOTHS AT 75C ,
Aslraclmn Pur Cnp * fur 813.50 , Worth
S18.0U-Mliik llcnil Hcurts for BD.OO ,
Worth SS.OO-Aii All-Wool ( Iruy
lllankct. Worth 83.01) , for S3,51) ,
40-Inch silk and wool mixture , 2Sc , nortt
46-Inch all wool French serge , all shadci
and black , COc , uorth 75c.
Those broadcloths. We now have all thi
colors you would aik for In the finest 1m
ported garment , black , tan , cardinal , sea
brown , gray , etc. ; the goods measure G :
Inches \vlde , and the price , TCc yard ,
We have the largest and most completi
line ot furs In the city , and our prices an
unquestionably the lowest.
The special \alues for Monday are astra
khan capes , 27-Inch length , worth $18.00
Astrakhan capes , 20-Inch length , wortl
$27.00 , for J20.00.
Astrakhan capes , 34-Inch length , wortl
$30.00. for $22.00.
And vc guarantee them to bo made o
Electric seal capes , 27-Inch length , a
S16.GO , worth $24 00.
Mink head scarfs , worth $5.00 , $7 00 am
M.OO will be closed out at $3.00 , $1.00 am
All wool gray blankets for $3.50 , was $500
All wool gray blanket for $4.38 , i\a& $6 50
All wool gray blanket for $4.95. was JS 00
11-1 extra heavy wool blanket for $2.7 $ .
An all wool white blanket , $3,85 , was $6.00
Sec our new sllkalene comfort with ruffles
extra largo size ? , tilled v.lth the finest grad
of cotton batting. It Is i\ell worth $1.00
You can have them for $2.75 each ,
Gents' 65c quality [ night shirts dowi
to 4 ! > c , made of heavy muslin , filled seam
and trimmed with cashes , fast colors trim
Gents' camel's hair shirts and drawers
They are a very warm garment and \er ;
soft , finished with silk binding and rlbbe
skirt. It Is a iood garment for $1 25 , bu
tomorrow we place them on sale at $1.0
PRCU.Ladles' black wool Jersey ribbed pants a
$ l.37V4 pair , reduced from $1.75.
Ladles' pure Egyptian cotton , Jersey rlbbe
fleece lined vests at 37o each , former !
sold at 50c. N. B. FALCONER.
Tlireo I.uU Dnys.
One thousand odd pieces ot furniture a
halt price. Shlverlck's October sale.
Onuilin and Chicago Limited PIftacn-Ilou
Leaves Omaha ot 0:33 : p. m. and nrrlvc
at Chicago 9:40 : a. m. via C. M. & St I
Ry. for Chicago and all points east. Train
made up and started from Omaha , nssurln
passengers clean and well aired cars , Th
only line running solid vesttbulcd elcctrl
lighted train from Omaha direct. No wait
Ing for through trains.
Elegant chair cars , palace sleeping an
dining cars. Ticket office. 1504 Farnam Btrcel
C. S. CARRIER.
All Aboard for the Illuck 1111 U.
Note change of time on Fremont , Elkhor
& Missouri Valley R. R. , taking effect Sun
day , Oct. 28th.
The fast mall , express and passenger trni
will leave Omaha 2 10 p. m. , Missouri Valle
2.00 p. m , ; arrive Hot Springs S-05 a. m
Deadwood 11 00 a. in. Fastest time eve
made with regular train to the Black Hill :
Inciulfe of ticket agents for details of Im
portant changes in local and through servici
' ' ' ' J/R.'BUOHANAN ,
General Passenger Agent ,
A Xcir Departure.
Pining car service on Northwestern tral
No. C east from Omaha daily at 4 p rr
Meals "a la carte , " This In addition to th
regular dining car service on the Chicago spc
clal at 5:45 : p. in. 1401 Farnam street.
Johnson Bros. , coal , 208 So. ICth , Y. ti
G. A. bldg. Tel. 1821.
Throe Last In.r .
$15.75 buys a solid oak bedroom suit , wit
large glass. Shhcrick's October sale.
"Ceresota" flour sold everywhere.
Pianos to rent. A. Hospe , 1513 Douglaa.
The IturllnRton'n Short Line.
The Burlington Route la a notable exccp
Uon to the general run of wrstern railroads
During : n period when railroad building lr
this country has been almost it a standstill
It tiRi been stomllly puthlng forward ill
north-rest extension and now takes mud
pleasure In announcing Its completion t <
Billings , Mont , SD3 miles from Omaha ,
At Billing * connection Is made with thi
Northern Pacific railroad , and , under a trnflli
igreemenl with that company , business ol
all classes Is exchanged there , or , more prop
erly rpcaklng , routed through that point tl
and from every station on or reached via thi
Northern 1'aclflo and Burlington systems
This New Short Line tor that Is exnctl )
what It Is reduces the distance betweei
Omaha , K nn s.is City , St. Louis and the terrl
lory south and southeast of those cities , ci
thfc one liarul , and Montana , northern Idahi
nnd Puget Sound points , on the other , nl
the way from fifty to 473 miles. H thin
becomes nn Important factor In bringing tin
vast icopo of country served by the North
cm Pacific Into closer relationship with th
Missouri and Mississippi valleys.
Just to Illustrate things the New Shor
294 miles between Omaha nnd Helena.
224 miles between Omaha and Butte.
371 miles between Omaha and Spokane.
54 miles between Omaha nnd Tacomn.
49 miles between Omahn and Seattle.
The New Line has been constructed In i
most substantial manner. Excellently bal
lasted , laid with the heaviest sttcl upai
more than the usiml number of ties. It equal !
the best and oldest portions of the Btirllngtui
People whose opinion Is worth having , pronounce
nounco It superior to any new track ever bull
In the western states.
The tialn sen ice will consist of Pullmai
Pnlnca Sleeping cars , reclining chair can
( scats free ) , and Btamlnrd Burlington Routi
day coaches , Omaha , and Lincoln to Billing !
As a scenic route the New Line takes hlgl
The Tich farms ot pastern nnd centra
Nebraska ; the more sparsely settled countr ;
that l.cs between Ravenna and the boundary
line separating Nebraska and South Dakota
the canons , peaks and spelling meadow
lands of the Black Hills , the -nondcrfu
"Devil's Tower , " the Irrigated districts o
northern Wjomlng , Glister battlefield , th
picturesque windings of the Little Big Horn
the glorious valleys of the great Crow Ind ai
reservation all these nre seen from the ca
Full information relative to the train serv
ice , rates or other features of the New Shor
Line will be gladly furnished upon appllca
tlon to J. Fronls. G. P. A. , Burllngtoi
Route , Omaha , Neb.
TItrrn l.nst Day" ,
Ono thou and odd pieces of furniture a
halt price. Shlverick's October sale.
Dill You Itcnil Ahotit Tt ?
The fast time now made by the F E. t
M. V. R. R. from Missouri river to the Blao
Hills , less than eighteen hours to Hot Spring
and less than twenty-one hours to DcadwooO
Leave Omaha 2:10 p. m.
Supper , Norfolk Junction.
Breakfast at Buffalo Gap , S. D.
See agents for details and linportnn
changes In local schedules.
J. R. BUCHANAN ,
General Passenger Agent.
The Ethiopian songsters will reappear a
Boyd's Monday evening for the benefit of th
Old Ladles' Homo and lodging IIOUEO fa
women. New jokes , new songs and a iici
object are the attractions. Tickets , BOc an
75c. Seats may be reserved Saturday.
To Ilnlnm nn < l ( Iii'to
There's only one ( beat ) route the Burllngtoi
Le-avo here at 4 50 this afternoon and yo
are In Helena or Butte a few minutes aftc
9 00 a. m. , day after tomorrov.
Tickets and full Information at 1324 Fat
M J. DOWLINQ , City Passenger Agent.
Sam'l Burns , 1318 Farnam , hns placed t
front door the latest decoration In En lln
porcelain dinner set In "Peacock blue. " enl
$5.75 ; formerly under old tariff , $12,00.
A few more Havlland dinner Buts at $2 !
formerly $35. Telephone , 12C8.
Ilia lluptlflt Stnto Convention.
Delegations from the Omaha churches letv
Webster street depot , Omaha , at 9.05 n. n :
and 2 p. m. vim F , E. & M. V R. II. . Moil
day , October 29 nnd Tuesday. 30th. Spec t
low rate tickets on sale at 1401 Farnar
street or Webster street depot ,
Tliroo I. mt llujs.
$1575 buys a solid oak bedroom suit , i\It
large glass. Shiverlck's October sale.
The young ladles of the minstrel show ar
preparing to make it even more of a succes
than at the first presentation. Monday even
Ing at the Boyd.
Jewelry. Jos. P. Frenzer , opp. postofltcc.
JPiVe 8G 8
O9 clock Tea I
The five o'clock teakettle is now looked f
upon as one of the indispensable articles
in a well regulated household.
o- Aside from the elegant and palatable *
he beverages which can be made by the use *
nd of boiling water , "a cup of teals the syinj j !
he bol of hospitality. " Happy Is the possessor
'ly of a leu kottlc and stand , for she can be
"on hospitable thoughts intent" without
inconvenience to herself or other members
its bers of her house hold.
belie The 99 Cent Store , j
res st JT. Hardy & Co
in ell , OH MY HOW SWEET !
Were the words nt ter.-d by one of our
lady visitors and buyers yesterday ,
the Nothing but praise could be heard on
all sides. They Were speaking
about the L idles' Prettiest Luce Hoot
ac " that ever was brought to Omahti
it's our $4 boot , Wo in tde a special
its. sale on them yes terduy at $3.00.
Many could not buy until Monday ,
In order to accom mod.ite them wu
will continue the sale Monday nnd
Tuesday. The cut hare .shown do
scribes the shor perfectly.
Drexel & Rosenzweig Shoe Co. ,
1410 FARNAM STREET.
Yea MiouM llrnd thin II You Kvor Trntrel
Tnklntc effect Sunday. October 28. tlio P.
K. & M V , H. H. will irmlca an Important
chance of time.
Past Mall ,
Express nnd Local
Uv Omaha . 2:10 : p. m. ,9'OS a ( <
Lv Prcmont . 3:50 : " 10:30 : 4
Ar Norfolk Junction
( supper ) . 6:35 : " 1:40 : p , ra.
Lv Norfolk Junction CG5 : "
Ar Chadron . C:05 : a , m ,
Ar Buffalo Gap
( breakfast ) . C55 ; "
Ar Hot Springs , S.
U . 8:05 : "
Ar r-adwood . 11:00 : "
Connections At Fremont with fast mall
and express dally , except Sunday , to Lincoln ,
Superior and Hastings lines.
Connections with Nebraska local nt Fremont -
mont for Lincoln , and nt Scrlbncr and Nor
folk Junction for branch lines.
Inciulro of agents for details of this Im
portant change. J. . BUCHANAN.
( Jen. Pass. Agent.
Largo square extension tobies , ? 5. Shir-
crick's October enle.
( Inn ( inrtliin No. 03 U. N. C.
All members of the above order nro re
quested to attend the funeral of our Into
brother clansman. 1'lpe-XIoJor David McKen-
zle , this afternoon , at 1 o'clock p. nu
Funeral from late residence , Sixteenth and ,
Missouri avenue , South Omaha , Interment
at Forest Lnwn cemetery ,
Clansmen arc requested to wear regalia ,
members taking street car will ; et off nt
Twenty-fourth and b streets , Out of re
spect to our deceased brother , the proposed
Il.illoncon social hns been abandoned , Yours
fraternally , WILLiAM HOSS , Secretary.
Are you going to Texas ? If to , call on or
address n L. 1'almor , P. A. Santa Fo route *
room 1.First National Hank building , Omaha *
Ho will save you money.
Mfrrcr Hotel II. Slltiivvny , Munnior.
Hates reduced ; $2.00 to $3.00 $ per day. .
"Oresota" Hour , best on earth.
Thrpo I.IIHI liiijR.
Largo squnro extension tables , $5. Shlv-
erlck's ' October sale.
Dancing hulls for rent , D. C. I'attereon.
Htwo you Examined our four hole
With water front nnd Jiiph shelf , tlia j ,
w.o are soiling'at 25.OO ?
Have you seen our
Model Steel Range
Striotly high grade , six holes , waterfront -
front , mul highaholf , nt $37.OO ?
This range is equal to any > % mig-o solct
in Omulni ut fifty dollars.
Don't forgot the Acorn Base BurnorSy
Acorn Oak nnd Acorn Air Tight Radia
tor when you want heating stoves.
\Vo are leaders in low prices.
24O7 Cuming St.
At BENSON ,
Thursday Afternoon , . >
. . , and Evening1 *
November 1 , 1894.
Commencing at One O' Clock , and : V
There will bo roasted on the grounds two *
hc'tic'3 , ten sheep and two calves , the gift
ot the different South Omaha packing com
i panles. nverybody Invited to come , Irre
spective of past political adulations.
A good time assured , as there will bf
several bands to discourse music throughout
the afternoon , and tents , arid other con
veniences for the accommodation of all.
All ot the republican nominees on tha ,
state , county and city tickets will bo present , .
together with several ether noted personal
from adjoining states. Short addresses will
be delivered by some of threading oratorat
of the day Omaha leailg , 'n all things.
Come ono and ail and make this one of thai
largest and greatest political gatherings over *
held In the weat.
Ladles cordially Invited. And wo cam
assure them that every arrangement will be
completed for their accommodation. Taka-
the Walnut Hill street car and transfer to.
Full Set Teeth $5
Dr , WITHERS ,
( Hi Floor , Drown block , 10th nnd DouiUn ,
Tolephon 177B , Omahft ,
rifly styles of Baby CarriaEci muni be cloit&
out. The prlcm put on them In our October 8al * >
la what , will ill ) 1U IhU one wu ) ! 5.CO , U nOlfc
112 U > .
Shlverick's Oclabir Sal *
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