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THE OMAHA DAILY IVEEs SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 1001.
IN MEMORY OF REV, M'OUOII)
Tablet to Ee Unrolled in ths Fint Mtth
odi'jt Church Today.
PROGRAM OF APPROPRIATE EXERCISES
llrriiU' A-t if Urin rlfil l'n(tir
Lulled lo Mltiil Hon lie I.rlt
it Slflt lliil lo
Tho tlrao of Christian martyrdom Is sup
posed to be psMctl. Men and women of
toduy arc seldom called upon to forswear
their religion or give tip their Uvea. Hut
occasionally act of Christian heroism nie
brought to tho attention of church-goers of
today which rival the valor displayed by
A little more than two years ago Itcv.
John McQuold. pastor of the l-'lrst Metho
dist church, wbb stricken with a malady
hlch threatened to end his life. Ilo was
ordered by his physicians to undergo nn
operation. Dr. McQuold felt thut ho would
dlo under the surgeon's knife.
Ho desired to prench to his congrcga
tlon onco morn before undergoing thn op
eration. Ills (diyslclniis warned him thai
such action would Imperil his life. In
hplto of their protestH tho minister nroso
from n sickbed and pleached n farewMI
sermon, which will never be forgotten by
the persons who heard him.
Although he did not Intimate that ho
felt that his service as pastor of thu church
fiftfl nt nn end, his listeners felt that they
otild never hear him again. Sickness had
weakened Dr. McQuold and It was with
great effort that ho completed tho uermon.
Ills final words wcro characteristic of tho
broad-minded Christian gentleman.
.Mfft-timr Citrrli'N Purer.
Ilo discussed the unseen power of God
nnd told of how men unconsciously grow
Into Christian llfo and follow in tho foot
fiteps of Iho (ireat Teacher. It was the
Hlmplo direct messngo of Christ crucified
which Dr. McQuold left with his hearers.
Immediately after tho services Dr. Mc
Quold returned to IiIh bed. Ilo was oper
ated on n fow days later. Tho shock wub
too much for him.
This evening a tablet to the noble man
will be unveiled In tho First Methodist
church. The memorial Is of bronze,
mounted on u slab of Tennessee mnrble. It
will have n placu on the east wall of tho
church. Jio'ween the pulpit and the en
trance to tho pastor's study. Tor thre
year Dr. McQuold passed this spot enih
Sunday In entering tho pulpit.
The tablet bears the following Inscription:
ItKV. JOHN M qrOID, D. D.,
Tor Three Years
of This Church,
Who While Serving It
Drpurtt'd This Mfo
March ki, 1SW,
Aged 10 Year.
A Helper of Men.
MiitM-rlly a l liiiriieterlslle.
Tew men have as great power as had Dr.
MfOunfil. Rlnprrllv rnnrbi.il ni-nrvtlilna- lm
did. To. hear Iho man was to believe that,
ho was terribly In earnest. He was n imiti
of strong convictions, Ho did not rely
upon sensational methods to attract crowds.
His forceful presentation of tho gospel
needed uu garnishes. The earnest, logical 1
sermons of Dr. McQuold wcro never del
llvercd lo empty pous, I
The unveiling ceremonies this evening'
will bo In charge of Mr. It. W. nrccKen-
ridge and tho devotional portion of the ex
ercises will bo conducted by Itcv. A. C.
' Hirst, Dr. McQuold's successor. Mr.
j Thomas J. Kelly will conduct tho music.
Tho services will open with an organ
prelude. "Lamentation." Tho Lord's prayer
will ho chanted by the choir. After the
scripture lesson Mlsa Frances Davis will
'sing Mendelssohn's "Hut tho Lord Is Mind
ful of His Own." 'Plcst Arc tho Departed"
will bo sung by tho choir.
Addresses nn Dr. McQuold and his work
In flmnlm will bn ilellvered bv Dr. A. Illlch
Hlpplo and Mr. William I Hurley. After
the unveiling of tho tablet tho choir will
Bins "I'or AH Saints Who From Tholr
THREE SPLENDID BLOCKS
Omiht'j Katail District to Ee Incrstsid
Extensive! at Once.
BENNETT COMPANY HEADS THE LIST
Will HiMi .imv llulldlne on
Old l.oivo Corner Other
llloek Ai'nm the
IWI.U.Mi II.MIl STOIM'KI).
Diililtii'x Cured liy Mri roy Iiik '
l':i en illc lierin Hull (.'iiiii' II,
Hairiness follows falling hair, falling hair
follows dandruff, and dandruff Is the result
of a germ digging Its way Into the scalp to
the root of tho hair, where It saps tho vi
tality of tho balr. To destroy that germ Is
to prevent as well as to euro ilnndruff,
falling hair, and, lastly, baldness. There Is
only one preparation known to do thnt,
Nowbro's llcrplclde, an entirely new, scien
tific discovery. Wherever It has been tried
it has proven wonderfully successful. It
can't bo otherwise, because It utterly de
stroys tho dandruff germ. "You destroy
the cause, you remove tho effect."
Threo new large business houses will be
erected on Sixteenth street, south of Far
nam, within tho near future,
Tho W. H, ltcnnctt company will occup
tho largest of these nnd will have nn tu 1
dltlonal building on tho corner of Seven
ti.cnth and Howard streets to accommo
date Its out-of-town customers In tho day
time nnd its dell, cry wagons nnd teams at
Two other structures will be erected for
tho purpose of housing retail concerns of
the city that nio now seeking larger and
including tho cost of land nnd building,
$500,000 Is Involved In ths threo transac
tions. The new llcnnett building will bo on what
Is known ns tho l.owc corner, being thn
whole of tho now vacant slto between Six
teenth stj-cct and the lloyd theater. This
will give It an east frontngo of 132 feet on
Sixteenth street nnd n north frontngo of 178
feet on Harney street. Tho exterior will
bo plain nnd substantial nnd tho building
will ho of brick, stono and Iron, four
stories In height, with a basement es
pecially constructed for light and ventila
tion and easy access and exit.
Accoirtmiiititt Iiiiin for Ctiatoiiirra,
In addition to this a large stablo will be
elected on tho northeast corner of Seven
teenth nnd Howard streets, south of th?
thca'.cr, for the special accommodation of
tho farmers nnd other out-of-town custom
ers, to cost In tho neighborhood of $0,000.
Adjrlnlng this building will bo hitching
pests, stnblc8 nnd yard space In abundance.
In tho main building modern conveniences
will bo provided on every Moor, especially
for women. Free telephone exchanges,
cosy corners for writing, luuch rooms, a
postofilce department, a hospital room with
trained nurses in attendance, n reading
room and other accommodations will bo
afforded, Thero will bo nn ample elovator
service and all entrances and exits will bo
McQuoid's Last Easter Sermon
Memorial Tahlet Dedicated Today.
(Iteprlntod from Tho Boo April 1, 18:.)
Among tho great truths set forth In tho
now testament thero Is ono that la slnglod
out from all the rest ns possessed of match
less weight and unique Importance. Upon
It war) laid the stress of on extraordinary
emphasis by tho early church. This truth
looms up, separato and apart, from all
other facts In tho gospel, as n lofty moun
tain peak scars Into tho sky abovo all other
snowcapped summits round about It. It
stands by Itself, clad with an Importance,
fraught with a meaning and stamped with
a messngo borne by no other doctrine of tho
holy scriptures. This unl(Uo and matchless
truth Is tho resurrection of our Lord from
tho dead. Strauss has said: "Tho resurrec
tion of Jesus forms tho central point of tho
center, tho very heart of Christianity, and,
thorcforc, It has been nbove all things clso
the mark for tho sharpest nrrnws of her
adversaries." Christianity Btands by tho
empty tomb and challenges tho validity of
any oxplanntlnua, save that of tho historic
credibility of tho resurrection of Jems
Nowhere does Infidelity break down so com
pletely ns at this crlllrnl point. Who today
occeptB tho doctrlno that Kenan pictures
bo beautifully, that Mary Magdalene sup
posed by him to bo a nervous, hysterical,
credulous woman heard the leaves rustlu
In the gaideu, Baw a mist or something In
thu distance., nnd caught nt it with tho
assured conclusion, "I have seen tho Lord,"
and thnt an this ghost story tho fnlth of
tho early church was built, nnd that upon
it stands tho structure of Christian civiliza
tion today? Ho who believes that has
reached tho point where ho Is ready lo
hcllovo that tho unlvcreo is built upon a
soap bubble. Therefore, tho historical
basla of fact, uu which our hopes of tho
future K'3t Is tho ono great, pracilcul lewon
of ICaster We cannot do mad vloleuco
to our own senile nnd bollcvo thnt tho most
heroic lives have been Inspired by a He
or a dream tho ancient world converted,
and Kuropo and America built, in nil that
makes them lofty and manful, valorous and
high-hearted, on a foolish fancy or n child
ish myth. For effects our reason demnnds
ndequato cnuscs. Wo are not credulous to
tho extent required. From the preaching
of thla fact humaulty took on another type.
Its relations wcro revolutionized. Tho tri
umphs of tho gospel through tho long years
of eighteen centuries ore Its witnesses. Can
any ono suggest another basis for the
victories, nnd lenvo men sane and the world
Raster, nlso, is suggcstlvo of Joy. Now
that Christ Is risen, uu tho graves of our
The dnyllght of eternal glory
Illoomu and blushes evermore.
Mark tho first word of Jesus after tho
rcsuncctlnn, "An they went to tell his dis
ciples, behold, Jesus met them, saying, 'All
hnlll' And they came nnd held him by his
feet and worshiped blm. And then (.aid
Jesus, 'He not afraid.' " Jesus came from
death nnd the gravo saying, "All hallL He
not nfrald," nnd now wo know thnt death
Is no gloomy entrance, but rather Milton's
"golden gate on guidon hinges turning."
All In earth nnd ntr and tea
Laugh at my Infirmity.
.leer nt mo for growing old.
Jeer me ns they puss along,
With their mutdc and their song,
into eyes yet untold.
Hilt when enrth forgets to roll.
Then shull answer back my nonl
From beneath life's shading tree,
"Through the portals of tho grave
Hastened I my life to nave,
From the doom that compassed them."
Tho tomb Is not a blind alley; it Is a
thoroughfare. It closes In the twilight to
open with tho dawn. This Is tho brightest
and best of Haster thoughts. Kaster again
brings moral and spiritual reinforcements
to every man struggling for a better life.
Christ Is risen! Do we not conquer the
world in tho power of thnt fact? Do we
not seo that man Is larger than tho earth?
Mightier than time? Sovereign over his
environments? Dollaut of chauce and
change? llecause ho Is here, a scholar In
a temporary school, au apprentice in train
ing, an heir under tutors aud governorsi
becausi to hlai belong tho gray eternities,
the boundless possibility of endless en
deavor, tho measureless spaces and the In
Ilulto climbing; becauso ho Is for a day in
tho shadows, ami forevermore In tho light
that knows no darkness; because ho belongs
to tho changeless things nnd the nblding,
therefore ho should stand upon his high
calling nnd make this life his servant to
help h'm on Its failures nnd successes, Its
Joy and sorrow, Its want and its abundance
nllko to help him on nnd help him up
towurd tho gntes of that high city that is
his home. Kaster gives to this life all its
meaning nnd to human endeavor all its
dignity. What can bo moro unmeaning
than man's llfo If tho llfo of sense, and time
bo all? Truly, It is Ilko "a talc told by
nn Idiot, full of sound nnd fury, signifying
nothing." Tho whlto radiance of eternity
streaming through It from abovo gives all
Its meaning to that "domn of many-colored
glass" which man call life.
What kind of life then should Easter In
spire? A Ufa manful, hopeful, helpful,
cuuragcoiis, prayerful, patient, because we
are In n world redeemed, in a life sanctified
by tho Lord who died for us, and are to uso
it so nnd live it so that when tho hour
comes to leave it wo may find tho curtains
lifted on no darkness, but the road aglow
with tho eternal footsteps of Him who
walked that way beforo us, and who shlV'
ercd nil tho night of death with Hie splen
dor nnd power of His resurrection.
This day wo greet each other with the
old Christian salutation old as tho nrst
Kaster, wldo ns tho world uttered every
Easter morning In nil tho tongues of men
"Christ Is risen!"
I say to thee, do thou repeat
To tho llrst man thou mayest meet
In lane, hlghwuy or open streot,
Christ Is risen!
Thnt doubt nnd trouble, fear nnd pain
And anguish nil uro shadows vain;
That dentil Itself shall not remain;
Christ Is risen!
For von. for me. for nil that slerii:
For hearts thnt slug, for hearts that weep,
Ulllisi l useu.
Circlets, happy girl, surrounded by sister
blossoms: Joyous, euger boy, intent upon
the first fruit of power; ninu bowed In grief
aud woman blind from tears; Christianity
lakes you by tho hand today and repeats
tho blessed, blessed tidings "Christ Is
constructed with a view to convenience. n.
well as to safety In cases of rushes.
The site has been purehnsed by the W.
H. Bennett Hulldlng company, which has
been recently Incorporated, with a capital
stock of $400,000. This company will also
erect the buildings. Work will be com
menced at once ami pushed vigorously, as It
Is the desire of the firm to be In Its new
quarters not later than October 1 next. The
main building, it is estimated, will cost not
less than $100,000 and several thousand
dollars ndrtltlon&l will bo expended on the
stablo In the rear. Tho price of the site, in
cluding the lot cn which the barn wilt be
built, was $150,00')
Tnu Aililltloiuil Driitfc.
Properly on the east side of Sixteenth
street, running from Harney to Howard
-trects, has also been sold, and two large,
lodern business buildings will be erected,
overlng the whole of this ground as soon
,a some necessary preliminaries have beou
Tbo Charles Turner property, being tho
northeast corner of Sixteenth and Howard
streets, has been purchased by n company
which has been organized for tho purpose
and tho title will be held by Frank 11.
Onlncs, trustee for tho purchaser. It Is
the intention of the company to erect a
modern business building cn this corner,
having n west frontngo of 132 feet on Six
teenth Btreet and a south frontngo of 132
feet on Howard street, provided suitable
leases can bo made with responsible busi
ness houses. This proporty will bo In the
bands of the Wyman-Rhrlvcr company and
Georgo &. Co., who will carry on nil ne
gotiations for the leasing and erection of
Ocorgu & Co. and tho Wyman-Shrlver
company have also sold the north corner of
the samo block, being the southeast corner
of Sixteenth and Harney streets. On thU
corner also the purchaser, whose name Is
withheld for tho present, announces his
Intention of erecting a thoroughly modern
brick and stono building, consisting of five
stories nnd basement, ns Boon ns leases can
be made with responsible business houses
for Its occupancy. This building, like tho
ono south of It, will have a west frontage
of 132 feet on Sixteenth street nnd of
OS feet on Harney street. On tho cast it
will ndjoin the Kclchcnberg-Smlth Jewelry
company's building, which, ns alrcudy
announced, Is to bo erected forthwith,
UcimIh Heady fur Iteeorit.
Tho transfers Involved In nil of these Six
teenth street transactions will go on record
vtry shortly. Tho llcnnett Uulldlng com
pany receives lots 1 and 2 and tho east
two-thirds of lot .1, and also lot 5, In block
146 of the city of Omaha. Frank H. Gaines,
trustee, gots the tttlo to lots 5 nnd C, block
147, city, and tho consideration is $75,000.
Tho abstract shows that Charles Turner
bought theso two lots on August 17, 183'J,
from John I. ltcdlck for $750, Indicating
an Increase in value of one hundredfold In
a llttlo over forty years. Tho third trans
ferwhich may not bo recorded for a few
days Involves tho west one-half of lot 3
and tho wbolo of lot 4, block 147, city, and
tho purchase prlco, ns well as tho uamo of
the purchasers, Is being withheld.
It is understood that although several
leading business firms arc considering pro
posals for tho occupancy of portions of one
or tho other of the two large buildings to
be erected on tho cast sldo cf tho street, no
lenses have yet been made. At tho samo
time there Is every reason to bellcvo that
now that tho preliminaries have been settled
thero will bo no delay in securing tho ten.
ants and that work on both of these build
Ings will bo commenced within a very short
by Mr. I'luukett, who Intends to erect nn
opera house on the site and needed Mr,
Fitzgerald's sixty feet to give him sufficient
space for his building.
SOUTH OMAHA MAN INVESTS
I'rnnl; .1. FltzKt-rnlil lluya Corner nt
Sixteenth II ml l.enven
Late yesterday nfternoon It wns announced
that Frank J. Fitzgerald of South Omaha had
purchased the southeast corner of Sixteenth
aud Leavenworth streets, being one quar
ter of a block at the Omaha end of tho
viaduct. Tho deal was negotiated by It. C.
I'etcrs & Co. Tho corner Is 132 feet square
and contains threo stores with flats above
and one dwelling house fronting on Leaven
woith, and two old cottages facing onto
tho viaduct. Tho prlco hu3 not been given
out, but It Is said to be about tho same
figure ns was given n few days ago by A. I'.
Tukey for the opposite corner of Leaven
worth street, which Is Just half the size
of Mr. Fitzgerald's purchase. Tho flguru
of tho Tukey corner was stated to bu
Mr. Fltzgorald recently sold a sixty-foot
lot on Twenty-fourth street, near L street,
In South Omaha, to Ilornco C. l'lunkett
for $0,000. Ho has also Just closed the
salo of 320 acres two miles north of
Dloomflcld, In Knox county, for $10,200. Ho
has been putting his monoy Into farm
lauds, but has como to the conclusion that
now Is tho tlmo to buy city property aud
has nhown his confidence In Omaha by this
purchase on Sixteenth street.
The South Omaha proporty sold by Mr.
Fitzgerald adjoins a lot previously owned
What You Ask For
Ante Room Echoes. B
Preparations for tho annual meeting of
the sovereign grand lodge, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, In Indianapolis on
September 10 ore In progrens nnd the Indi
cations nro that the meeting will be one
of the largest held In the United States.
Tho sovereign grand lodge entertainment
committed has selected the Denlsou hotel
as headquarters for the ofllcers aud supreme
representatives of the national organiza
tion, and theso otllccrs nnd representatives
will be notified nt onco of the location of
the headquarters, that they may make their
Individual arrangements. The Detroit Odd
Fellows have already engaged ono of tho
largo hotels of the city ns headquarters
for their crack canton nnd accompanying
Inquiries received from Odd Fellows In
dividually and In delegations from nil parts
of tho country Indicate that tho attendance
nt tho meeting will bo the largest In the
history of the sovereign grand lodge. Up
to this timo Iloston holds tho record In
point of attendance. The committee on
parade, which will take place Tuesday the
week of the meeting, expects to have 30,000
Odd Fellows In line.
CASCARETS Candy Caihiriic, ihey are itivys put up in
blue metal box, ourtrade-vrked, long-tailed C on the cover
each tablet stamped C. u. C. Never sold in bulkl Imita
tions and substitutes are sometimes offered by dealers lho
" cut prices" and try and palm off fakes hen CASCA
RETS are called for, because the fake pays a little more
profit. Get the genuine CASCARETS and with it satis
faction or money refunded read guarantee below.
SIX MILLION BOXES
SOLD LAST YEAR
OUR BEST TESTIMONIAL
rm r iTra nth
SA BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER.
CUAKAM'EHH TO OVIXn nil bonrcl trotiblr. apprnritcliU, bllloatnrM,
bud trrulli, bad blood, irluil un tlta alamacli, blamed buwcli. foil I ianll,
liritdartit, llli5Ctlou, almslra, piiluiullrr cntlac, llr lrnblr, allow com
ulexlon unit UlrslnrM. Whou yoar kuwfU tlonri mavc rraularly a nra
Si'KInu lrk. t'wmllpullon ItllU otarn iroiln laua all olhfir dlieuivs tvirtacr.
I It n xlarltr far (lie etironlR nllaieno n4 lanr ri ar nlrrlac taat
onrrwnriM. Sn miller waul nil ynu, lnr (aklax UAaO.VHlCTS tadar. far
van will nrrrr crl rrl nnd bo wrll nil t tlm until yon put yaur ban all
rlaLt. TnlTran'udilc! lurt will. CAKtAUKTU laUu, naaar mm aa.olnta
Stiarautea ta cura or money rcltiaded.
NEVER SOLD IN BULK.
ear na the Brit bax of OAS
n base a rear, (renter tbna any
nbi.laLa apMf nC arent aterlt. tiud
oar brt tratlmanlal. We liue faith, aud trill ell (JAMtlABKTB alitalnlelr
lunrunlnril It, ran ar money refanded. ilo buy ladny. twa Mc bnsri, lira
them a fnlr. hsDCit trial, au enlMDlc dlreetlena. aail tf uu art not ntlfQ.e.4
alter utlna one (lOc hi,. return Ike nnnicrt title bos an Ike empty '
urn by aim
Mcl fur I
of UAMO A I
OrtEANTECO.TO rCItr.l rire ye
t'AHirrs) wna olil. oiv It It over l million
Imtlar airdlrlne ta Ike world. Tkl Ii nt
Locally, the interest of the Odd Fellows
Is centered in tho encampment nnd the
military branches of the order, tho sub
ordinates not having any degreo work dur
ing the month. In tho encninpment n clans
of twnty-flvo candidates arc learning tho
mysteries of Patriarchal Odd Fellowship
and all of them will see tholr llnlsh on Sat
urday evening. April 20. Arrangements
hnvo been perfected by Staff Captain Her
rlod to conunenco tho work nt 0 o'clock.
In tho militant branch tho chevaliers nro
actively engaged in tho preparation for
tho observance of the eighty-second anni
versary mid nothing is being omitted that
will Insure n successful celebration. Tho
program Is not yet complete, but It may be
said now that It will embraco n rendition
of the subordinate degreo by tho several
staffs of Omaha and South Omaha, a com
bination having been effected which will
Insuro n perfect exemplification. Tho work
will be presented In Crelghton hall. (Jrnnd
Mnstcr Johnson will bo present nnd Is
booked for one of his characteristic ad
dresses. Invitations hnvc been extended to
nil members within n radius of 100 miles
nnd It Is expected, Judging from tho nc-
ccptnnces received, that not less than 150
swords will bo leprcsentcd In the parade.
Nebraska Knights Templar will be well
represented nt tho Loulsvlllo encampment
1 1 1. nrAM t f .. i .. .
for what they are worth. Mr. Kennard I
has taken an active interest In the matter
nnd hna sent circulars to every Templar
In tho stato urging him to attend the re
union. As tho grand ofllcers have, for the
llrst tlrao since 1SS3, permitted subordinate
camps to tnko part In compctltlvo drills,
the encampment promises moro attractions
for tho visitors than thoso which have been
held in recent years. Tho location, nt Louis
ville, Is central and will bring mora porsoim
from parts of tho country usually repre
sented by fow persons than Hny other town
which could have been selected.
Clan Gordon No. 63, Order of Scottish
Clans, held an important meeting Wednes
day to givo tho glnd hand to their royal
chief, who happened to be in the city. Ar
rnngoments have been mado with tho Scot
tish Concert and Klnematograph companj
to give ono of their high-class entertain
ments In Crelghton hall Friday evening,
April 10, and a great Scotch time Is e.x-.
UPPER CLASSMEN FEAST
Jolly Time for CrrlKlitiin Metllrul
('iilli'Bliiiin nt Aimunl
Upper classmen of Crelghton Medical col
lege had a Jolly tlmo Saturday night at tho
annual banquot of the "D. O." society at
the Her Grand hotel. Membership In this
society Is confined to the members of the
senior, Junior nnd sophomore classes. The
organization has been In existence some
years and Is primarily doslgncd for social
The banquet was a most enjoyablo affair.
It was Informal throughout. Tbo dinner
was tempting and tho banqueters lingered
long nt the tables. Following tbo menu
there was speechmaklug. It was entirely
Impromptu, no program having been pre
viously arranged. Dr. W. M. Green pre
sided nnd called on members of the society
for responses to toasts which he nfeslgncd
them, The extemporaneous lesponses pro
voked a preat deal of merriment nnd good
humor. Among tho specchmakors were
Drs. J. Arthur Cummlngs, O. L. l'lckett,
W. II. Walker and N. F. Stelnner of Omaha ,
And Dr. F. Earl Ilelllngcr of Council Illuffs.
Drs. St-jlnncr nnd Helllnger, graduate
members of tho I). G. society, and A. II.
I'cckhnm were guests of honor. Thoso who
participated In tho banquet were: Drs.
W. M. Green, Frank II Drown, D. T. Mar-
tyn, Wieder Anders, F. Fouls, P. II. Mc-
. i . . I ... T , tl Tl.l ..
(Jartny. jonn i uougneny, ncury ii. num,
J, J. Wnrtn, O. F. SImanek, C. II. Mowcry,
M. .lames Scott, J. Arthur Cummlngs,
L. Sturk, Jr., O. II, Hrlttaln, T. J. Dwyer,
T. J. nilllon, A. .1. Ames, W. II. Walker,
C. L. l'lckett, Rex V. Henry, J. II. Lock
wood, J L. Urnnnen, J. II. Urown, Charles
S. Kennedy, M. H. Smith, J. Albert Jellnek.
D. Harner Westfall, M. M. Sullivan, Guy
Ij. Dodgo, F. J. II. Kalal, I L. Gillespie,
M. looro and John Ilellvlck.
CREIGHT0N LITERARY SOCIETY
ColerlttKr'x ltliyme of the Aneleiit
Mariner In Conjunction ttlth
What promises to bo a novel and Interest
ing entertainment will bo the presentation
of Coleridge's "Uhynie of tho Ancient Mar
iner." by tho Crolghton Literary socloty
of Crelghton university, tomorrow evening
at S o'clock In the university nudltorlutn.
Invitations hao been Issued during tho
last week, with an accompanying program
that recommends Itself at first sight. Tho
chief featuro of tho evening will bo the
"Ancient Mariner," presented In npproprl-
nto costume with artistic stcreoptlcou
views. Thwe vlows have been faithfully
reproduced from tho paintings of Gustavo
Dore, tho French scenic artist, whoso il
lustrations of Dnnto's "Dlvlna Commedla"
nnd Milton's "Pnradlso Lost" have won for
him world-wide renown.
A carefully prepared musical program
will precede tho "Ancient Mariner," nnd
tho numbers Include selections by tho popu
lar 'varsity mandolin sextette, tho double
quartette and a solo by tho talented young
violinist, Joseph Dorghoff. William A,
Schall, whoso volco aud bearing are peculi
arly suited to the character, will Imper
sonate tho old mariner. Charles S, Ilurke
h to ho tho wedding guest, whom the mar
iner, with his strange power of speech,
holds to hear his weird and wonderful tnlo.
Masters O. Vaughn Caughlan nnd Mark T.
Martin will take the parls of thn spirit
voiced heard In the tropical neas, The nar
rative portions will be Interpreted by Wil
liam F. Callahan,
Illur I'rli'i for n Sent,
NEW YOHK, April 13.-Tho sale is re
ported of ii seat on the Now York exchnngo
for 159,000. Tho previous record price was
16X13 & FARNAM STREETS. OMAHA.
IMil klimlj and
after year day
after day has
eminence as Omaha'B largest and most liboral ho me fur
nishing store. Tomorrow' trade offerings will eclipse
anything over offered by any house furnishing establish
ment iu Omaha. It will pay you to trade at The Peoples' Store
Sale of Parlor Furniture
Thousands of odd pieces in Parlor Furnituro upholster
ed In all grades and shades of materials frames of oak and mahogany somo
inlaid Including many new nrrlvols.
Klvc-pleco Parlor Suit choice of quar
tered golden onk or mahogany finished
frames upholstered In damask orien
tal patterns worth
cash uu i iti:i)i
Divan mahogany finished
frame upholstered In choice
patterns of silk damask and
solid colors velvet velours
frame highly polished
a big bargain
Throo-pleco Parlor Suits mahogany fin
ished frames highly polished new up-to-dnto
designs cholco of coverings-
Morris Chair rovorslblo cushions cholco
of coverings and frames
worth $14.00 tomor
Itococo Couch oak or ma
hognny finished frame deep
tufts four-toned velours nnd
Bed golden oak
only has patent
ported spring 40
other styles to
on sale worth
cash oh c iu:niT.
Dig salo on Metal
Hods, Iron Hods
with brass trim
mings nny size
worth t tomor'w
Choice of an assortment of
cobbler and wood sent
rockers, high nnd low
backs golden oak nnd
mahogany finishes, worth
up to $3, cholco tomor'w
Center Tables cholco uf
finishes nnd designs
assorted eIzo tops
worth up to $2.60
Wood sunt tllnliiu
room clinlr full hIzo
sent nnd back
highly polished mill
finished in golden
worth f 1.10-tomorrow
cash oh cHi:nrr.
CASH flit CltniHT.
Hod Iloom Hct Golden finish
l!().-'4 hovel mirror plivto threo
pieces highly polished
and worth J24 7 O 7 rt
toinorruw -M-m d. tf
Heywood and Wakedeld Hecllnlng Oo-Carts
green enamel gear, rubber tires, uphol-
Btcrcd and equipped with
large milled parasol-
worth $14 tomorrow.
Dangler and Quick Meal Gasolluo Stoves
in nil sizes and prlcos on salo 200 two-
burner Duuglcr Gasolino
worth $4, tomorrow.
Gurney Refrigerator 7 walls of asbestos,
charcoal, etc., air-tight doors remov
able Ico chamber-
Carpets and Draperies
otc these exceptional prices:
GOo Oil Cloths-
"5c nil wool Inurnlnw
$1.23 Velvets nnd Monuetlcs-O WQ
$t.M Nottlnghnm I.aco
uuriains, per pair. ... .
J2.00 Iiufflcd Curtntns
53.W Hope l'ortlcrcs- Z8&
$1.00 Tnpestry Curtains f OO
per pair -
Wo Window Shades fi-
Suits and Millinery
Surprises await yon
tho nowost Htyloa
tho hlfjhcat quality
and tho lowont prlco
aro combined hero and
await your verdiot.
a00 hats equal to what
would cost you olso
whoro about 510.00 all
the very newest uioa
tl.ms on T f
t-alo to. T
100 tallor-mado Buitu
meltons, korsoys, vonotlann. etc. X g Q
nil slzew-jackots ull bilk lined 4JL -worth
up to $15.00 tomorrow
250 hats costing elsowtiorn $7.00 f
In all styles of trlmmlni; Jr
on bo to tomorrow '
100 talTotu silk HklrtH with or without rutHln?
in Mrious stylos new arrivals g (kf
-worth mi to 420.00- j CSKJ
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