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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: SKPTEMBKK 2, 190fi.
NERVOUS DEBILITY TWO YEARS.
Miss Irene Smith, 10 Minnesota Ave., Handle Highland!, Washington,
D. C, writes:
"Peruna has cured me of catarrh of the head and stomach, and nervous
debility, from which" I Buffered greatly for wo years.
"I most heartily recommend Pt-rnaa to all tattering from these diseases.
j'eruna is me neat medicine I bave
PERUNA Is not a nervine. It does
not benefit nervous debility by stimu
-It removes the cause of many rases of
nervous debility. It assists digestion. In
creases the-.appetite, regulates the circu
lation of the blood and thus gives new
life te nervous Invalids.
Nerve tonics, such
as strychnia, quinine,
and the like often do
more harm than good.
DO NO GOOD
depends 'upon some digestive derangment
or bodily deficiency.'
The rational care for nervousness is
to correct the conditions upon which It
It is because Perupa does this" yerjr
thing that It has become so popular for
diseases of the nerybtis system. ,
Mrs. Alma Cox, trum, 8. C, write: '
. ft have been a great
sufferer from dyspepsia
for five years. How. I
suffered no tongue can
tell. I tried several of
the i best physicians without receiving
much benefit and also tried many medi
cines. But, still I suffered with etck headache,
cold feet and hands, palpitation of the
heart, and a heavy feeling In my stomach
"At times I would be' so nervous I could
net bear to hava anyone around ma.
NO BID FROM GAS MEN YET
Apvlleatiosr for Second Franchise is
, : .Not Before the Council
n). tx. ?lo.'ctT- :'. :
' NO bid' for a second gas franchise re
quiring the product to be sold at $1 or
lees per 1,000 cublo feet has been re
ceived at the olty hall, but a franchise
promoter, who Is In the city, Is having
engineers make a careful estimate of the
cost of putting In a .plant. .This promoter
declares ha would net" try to Interest men
with money In the scheme unless he was
assuVed of a ten-year street-lighting con
tract by the city.-'- "-'.
' "The engineers have not completed their
report,", said, he, "but we .figure that at
the minimum it will cost at least' $1,SQ(,
000 to Install a gas plant and distribution
. system. This would entali about eighty
miles of mains, which ' would not extend
Into the " outlying and' sparsely settled
districts. Mains to. thinly settled dis
tricts would not be'bullt at first. We es
timate that It will cost from flO.000 te
til, 000 a mile to put in the distribution
system. It would not be practical to
try to enlist capital unless we had a long
term street-lighting contract, as without
It there would be nothing definite to war-
,rant the production of gas. Supposing
we should gst a franchise and put in a
plant By the time wa started to deliver
gas the present sompenr wofild probably
meet us on the price. Their customers
would hot care te go to the . trouble . of
Hor to write a
You can't rent a bare, poorly
furnished room as easily as a
cosy, attractive furnished one.
' People wont answer an adver
tisement as readily if you do not
make it inviting if you do not
make them feel that yours is
; just the room they want. '
Etr fa (As kind ef te
TOU RVNT Ooed tarnished reern '
for two gentlemen. 14 Faraam
etraeL . .
JU tuewM U nteee js te real Us roenv
FOR RrNTWleaaeal south front
room, far twa gentiamea-ell "
' ' furnisheebarb oa same floor -4
mlauue walk from eVewa lava, Utt -
. i Tfce firet 4 weak oet ae nteeh. but
It the longer a4 will reat Ue room,
fceoaaee It Is attractive. It's a, good
80,000 Rial Circulation.
i-na Is the Best
"One day a friend sent ma one of tr,
and I decided te write
to him. Hs advised Pe
runa and Manalin and
after taking the medi
cine two weeks 1 felt greatly relieved. My
head did not ache so much and my stom
ach was relieved of Its heavy feeling-
"I am so thankful that I can say that
after taking 'several bottles of Peru n a and
Manalin I am restored to health,
"Before taking your remedies I could not
eat anything. I lived on barley water and
panopeptone tor two years. Now I can
"Everybody Is surprised at my Improve
ment, I would - advise
all suffering women to
take your remedies, as I
' 1 TO
know If It were nor-for
Paruna and .Manalla-1
would have been In tny grave today.
, VI cannot thank' you enough for the
kind advice ' you have given me."
Mra J. C. Jamjeson, el Merchant St.,
Watsonvllle, Cal., writes:
"I was troubled with cramps In the
stomach for sis years. The doctors said
that I had nervous dyspepsia.
. "I procured Peruna. and commenced
taking it. I have taken several bottles
and' am entirely cured.
- "I have gained flesh and strength and
feel like a different person."
having new services and connections
mode and there would be trouble. Buch
considerations as this make a gas venture
In Omaha a matter' to-be gone at cau
'The Omaha Oas company now has a
five-year street-lighting contract with the'
city, the legality of which Is pending In
court ' ' ' , '
HEROINE OF JFR0NTIER DAYS
Mrs. J. W. Baba Vlewa Rlstorle
IMetare la Which Geaeral
v Mra 'X' "W, Bubb, wife of General- Bubb
of St Paul, while In the t-tty Wednesday
called at the Union Paolflo headquarters
and became ' greatly Interested in -the
picture there of Genera! Grant and hla
party, which was taken at Fort Pander
in 18(7 and contained many notables of
the army and railway world. Mrs. Hubb's
Cloture Is in the group, her husband
at ihat time being a lieutenant who was
stationed there. She recalls tho fun gen
eral Grant had In getting roady for the
ptctere and of the flurry of Uie women
and how anxious they were to make a
good appearance, as the picture was
looked upon as historic She recalled the
Stirring times of that period, how eighteen
rustlers were hanged In one day by the
vigilantes and alt the other excitement
of the frontier camp. This picture Is In
great demand and thousands ' of requests
are received from senators, conirfessnmi
and other prominent men tot eopioa.
PROGRAM FOR LABOR DAY
leCfficial Demonstration Will Be Mads
by the Uiioal .
MANY PRIVATE EVENTS SCHEDULED
aslaess aaa (trie laalltatloaa
Largely Will Observe the Itar
hy naslaft Their teers
far a Heat.
Labor dsy will not be observed In Omsha
by any demonstration on Wie part of or
ganised labor and It has been decided to
postpone sll exercises until the labor car
nlvst, which will be held at Knig park
September 10 to 18. Extensive preparations
are being made for this and many noted
speakers have been Invited to address the
laboring men and soma responses have al
ready been received.
Labor day will be observed as a holiday
by most of the larger Institutions, which
will close to give their employes a day of
rest. The railroad headquarters will all
be closed. ' '
The Germans will celebrate with a parade
and a picnic at Krug park. A meeting Is
called for Washington hall for MondSy
morning, when the German verelns will
organise. A parade will be formed and
after marching, around the city the mem
bers will proceed to the Auditorium, where
ten trolley cars will be in waiting to con
vey sll to Krug park. The cars are sched
uled to leave a'te Auditorium at .noon. '
The closing day of the tournament of
the western division of the Bohemian Na
tional Gymnastic association In South
Omaha will be Labor day.
At Jarealle City.
Labor day will be also celebrated at
Juvenile City. A base bsll game will be
played between the North Stars and' the
Juvenile City Juniors at :) a. m. An ath
letic meet will be held at 3 p. m. with these
events: Running high Jump, forty-yaW
daah, shot put, running broad Jump, pole
vault, and one mile relay race, between she
Toung Men's Christian association and the
Juvenile City team. At t p. m. a basket
ball game will be played. Women and
children are all invited tq these events.
The golf match between the Country club
team and the Field club team has been
postponed becsuse of the absence of sev
eral of the Country Club players at St.
Louis. The .Omaha base bsll team will
play two games In Des Moines and Omaha
fans will have to rely on amateur games.
Labor day is the Isst day of the season
for Lake Manawa and after that date the
band will be dismissed and Ifie boats locked
up for the. winter. '
-The 800 local members of 'the Independent
Order of Foresters wilt hold a basket picnic
at Hanscom park In the afternoon. All
Foresters snd their friends have been In
vited to attend.;. ,-. i , t
George Maltland has gone to Denver for
a few days.
Frank 8c h ram of Columbus Is a 'guest
at the Henshaw.
Bruce Inman of St. Louis called on local
grain dealers Saturday.
Postmaster Carl Cramer of Columbua
Is a guest at the Millard.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Smith of Valentine
are guests at the Paxton.
C. J. Small of Atchison. Kan., waa in
the city on business Saturday.
State Senator Hughes of Platte county
Is in the city, a guest at the Millard.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Plumb of Cedar
Ranlds, la., are visiting . Mr. - and Mra.
Julius Kessler, at the Merrlam.
JE. R. Pearson of Hastings, O. L. Gregory
of Kearney and ' R. F. Johns of Beaver
Crossing are. at the Merchants. ,
M. E. dettlel W.' N. Johnson of Milton.
W. L. GMns , of Shoshone, Idaho, and
Uriah Thlma of Portland are at the Murray.
John G. Hanland of Washington. D. C,
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Samueleon of Hyannls
and F. O, Nelson of Los Angeles are at the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haskell and daugh
ter, Mrs. W. E. Palmatter, returned Satur
day morning from northern Wisconsin and
H. J. Caul field of Sail, la., who formerly
lived in Omaha ana traveled for the Inter
state Rubber company. Is the father of a
Daniel Guggenheimer, a member of the
great smeller firm bearing that name,
passed through Omaha Saturday morning
eoroute east. ,
C. Ray Moore, Mrs. L. C. Oossett. W. E.
Have of Lincoln, William Brexton, Jr.,
of Seattle and M. K. Pollock of Norfolk
are at the Millard.
Miss Grace E. Dietrich of Hastings.
Henry Wolfe of Denver. Mr. snd Mrs. L. C.
Jamison, E, C. Harris of Chadron and J. E.
West. Jr., of Valentine are at the Her
FOUR ATTRACTIVE COLLARS FOR A
No. 62 The pretty lingerie collars which
are so much worn at present are a very
fetching and economical style and every
girl will find them a great convenience',
t our very pretty models arc sketched which
may be worn with any blouse or dress and
serve to dress It up wonderfully. Ths
deep pointed collar goes on over the bead
and Is msde of lace and mull; the second
Is of embroidered linen, or silk, and may
trim any plain waist. The fancy collar
is embroidered and edged with lace, but it
may be made of any material to suit the
wearer. The plain pointed collar may be
cut all In one piece and open at the side
In front. It would make a smart finish
for a linea or cloth dresa The material
required for each collar. In the medium sise
Is H yards of U or 17-Inch material.
40O-8isea, 4 to 16 years.
For the accommodatten of The Omaha
Bee readers theaa pattern, arhlcb usually
retail at from tt to to cents, will be far
aisbed at a aomlral price OS cents;, which
eovsre ail eapensea. In order to gat a pat
tern enclose 10 Santa, glvtng number and
hame of pattera wanted ana bust measure.
As the patterns are maMe4 direct from tbe
publishers Is New York. . It will reuuira
about a week's time to ail ths ordsr. Ad.
areas: Pattern- Departiaeal. Tbe Osaaa.
Bee. Omaha, Nek
TOPICS lt A BAY GF REST.
The feast of St. Phllomena, patroness of
the diocese of Omsha, will be observed Sun.
dsy at ths cathedral on Ninth and Howsrd
streets. Low mssses will be celebrated at
the hours of . 7:M snd o'clock. At W W
o'clock a solemn pontifical mass will be
sung by the Rt. Rev. MonslgnrfV A. M.
Colanerl, V. G. The decon' ef the mass
will be the Very Rev. John Jennette and
the sub-descon will be the Rev. Bernard
Slnne, pastor of St. Mary Magdalen's
church. The Rev. James W. Btensnn a 111
be msster of ceremonies and tbe Rev. P.
C. Gannon, editor' of 'the True Voice, will
deliver the sermon. The senior choir will
render Stehle's Mlssa, "Salve Rrgina," a
sacred composition of exceeding merit, and
In strict harmony with the recent regula
tions of ths , Holy Father concerning sa
During the month of September the pas
tor of ths Central United Presbyterian
church will preach a series of nine sermons
e eighth chapter of Romans, ss fol-
September 1 a. m. No Condemnation..
September X P- m. Spiritual Antipodes.
September I, a. m, Heirs of God.
Beptember . p. m The Great Reckoning.
September 16, a. m. The Great Expecta
tion. September 16, p. m.-The Spirit In Prayer.
September 3, a. m. Divine Plan.
September 2S, p. m. The Supreme Gift.
September to, a.-. No Separation.
Dr. R. J. Janes will assume charge of the
choir of St. Andrew's church. Walnut Hill,
tomorrow. Dr. Jonas has had long expe
rience In choir work in England and
America and baa a thoroughly comprehen
sive knowledge of Anglican music. At the
11 o'clock celebration en Sunday Wood
ward's mass la K will be sung.
Rev. B. R. Curry, pastor of Calvary Bap
tist church, returned from his vacation
Thursday and will conduct services Sunday
morning and evening at his earn church.
The vacation waa spent In Nebraska and
Michigan and while away Mr. Curry
preached in the First Baptist churches of
Lincoln and Fremont, Neb., and . Jackson,
Mich., and gave the commencement ad
dress to the graduates of Fremont college
on August 1.
The cornerstone of the new A'.l Saints
church and Wattles' memorial parish bouse
will be laid Sundsy at 1 p. m. with appro
priate ceremonies. If the weather Is un
pleasant the services wilt be postponed to
a week later. W. F. Ourley -will deliver
,Rev. a F. Fellman, pastor of ' Grace
Baptist church, has returned from his va
cation and will preach Sunday morning
and evening and will also administer the
Lord's supper. . "
The thirty-fourth annual convention of
the Nebraska synod of the Evangelical
Lutheran church Will meet at Grace Luth
eran church September I J to li
Muslo at Kountee Memorial Lutheran
church at 11 a. m. Sunday in the pre
Labor day services:
Organ Prelude in C Schubert
Proceaslonal Holy. Holy Holy Dykes
Gloria Patrl Norrla
Gloria In Excelsls Old Chant
Quintet O Come Let Us Worship
,....Mosart (arr. by Oliver)
Hymn Awake, My Soul Handel
rtnVrtnrv Sentence Tha Sacrifice of
God , , ., Loyrls
Organ Offertory Andante .Mourlar
Recessional Work for. tha .Nlaht Is
. Coming ,. '.. Mason
Organ Prelude Prayer ..Beethoven
PrnoMilnnal fL Mother. Dear. Jerusa
Hymn Beautiful Savior (German Mel-
Solo Home of the Soul Phillips
Organ Offertory Eventide
......William Horatio Clarke
Recessional Lord Dismiss Us Rosseau
As Monday Is Labor day, a number of tha
churqhes have arranged for annual Labor
day services tomorrow. Rev. R. U Furdy
of Clifton Hill Presbyterian church will
preach at 10:30 on ."The Oospel's Messags
to Laboring Men," and. at the sama hour
Rev. A. 8. C. Clarke will preach at Lowe
Avenue Presbyterian church on "Jesus
Christ, a Laboring Man." At Kountse Me
mortal Lutheran church a special effort is
being made to get a large attendance of
laboring men at the 11 o'clock service.
There will be a specially prepared musical
program and Rev. John Hummon will
preach on "Labor Ita Necessity, Utility
Rev. Lucius O. Balrd has returned from
his summer vacation at Beulah, Mich.,
where he and his family have enjoyed a
delightful rest. He will be In the pulpit
at St. Mary a Congregational church again
Sunday and will preach In the morning on
"A Voyage Nowheit." The regular services
will be held with the exception of the
vespers, which will not be resumed Until
October 1. Ths vested choir will be reas
sembled for Sunday. Extensive prep
arations have been made for the year's
w-k and large things are expected..,
Y. M. C. A. Metes.
Some of the leaders ef ths boys' depart
ment gave a pleasant little farewell party
to Presoott Piper Thursday evening. Re.
freshments were served, tossts responded
to by aeveral of the boys and a vary en
joyable evening passed.
John W. Robinson, ths new employment
secretsry, has been spending the last week
getting acquainted and starting In on his
n-w work. Mr. Robinson came here from
Monmouth. 111., where he ' was graduated
from Monmouth college,
Arthur Jorgensen finished up his work
wlo'i the Omaha association with the month
Of August. He leaves Monday for Pender,
where he will spend a couple of wrecks with
his mother before taking up hla studies at
the Nebraska State university.
The men's meeting Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock will be held in the reading room
Of the temporary quarters at Nineteenth
and Farnam streets. Rev. C. W. Far we 11
will apeak and tie newly organised Young
tern's Christian association male quartet
No. f will sing several numbers. . All men
The following Is an excerpt from a letter
Just received from Fletcher S. Brock man.
the International secretary of the Young
Men's Christian association for China and
Cores. This Information should make In
terestng reading for the friends of ths
Omaha association, as Will W. Ickwood,
who wss formerly here, Is one of tps eecre
tarlea In ahengbal.
"I have Juat returned to Shanghai from a
month's trip to Hongkong. The Chinese
department of the association has again
found It necessary to change its quarters.
1 am thankful to say that It has succeeded
in securing an admlrsble location In ths
heart of the city, a part of the building
formerly used by ths Hongkong club, snd
admirably fitted to our present needs. The
secretarial staff , has been Immeasurably
strengthened by the coming of Mr. Au
Fung Chi. Mr. Au is. with one exception,
the leading Chinese Christian gentleman In
Hongkong. As a young man he spent sev
eral yeara iq Germany and haa been long
prominently connected with the Uritlsh
government servlea. He Is an older man
than usually entera tha secretaryship, but
hs is most popular among the' young men
ef Hongkong. He is so able Chinese
scholar and a splendid speaker. Hs is one
of the best personal workers I know of
His coming on to the secretarial force
will add greatly to the strength and ef.
fectlvsneea of the association."
' Calvary Baptist Branch,' Thirty-fourth
snd tJrwatU bible school at a p. in.
Bethany Sunday school of First Baptist
Church, 1(61 Leavenworth, meets at 1
p. m. j
Trinity Methodist. John Randolph Smith,
pastor. Rev. William Gorst, D. D., pre
siding elder ef the Omeaa . district, will
preach the srmon and administer the
sacrament of the Lord's supper; no even
Ht. Marv's lvnna rAntrm(innil Apr
vices st lii;. The paator has returned
snd will preacri. j
."'mouth Conaregatlonal preaching at
m, hy Fredrick v. Lavllt
of steward. Neb.
Saratoga Congregational, Chaplain Dlf
renharher. Pastor Sunday evening, I
o clock theme. "A Htrange Country.'
a.rltvale Congregational, Thlrty-rtrst snd
Gold. Herbert L. Mills, Psstor-Sunday
school at I p. m.; preaching at 4; Christian
Endeavor st .
Peoples, Charles W. Bsvldge. Pastor
Morning, "The Kighteoua L-ike the Pslm
Tree and the Cedar;" evening, "Beware of
Doctors, Lawyers snd Preachers."
First United Presbyterisn, Twenty-first
snd Kmtnet, Dsvld R. Turnbull, Psstor
Services at 10:46 and ; Bible school at
noon; meeting of young people 7 p. m.
First Church of Christ. Scientist, Twenty-fifth
and Farnam Hunday ectio.,1 a.
V;44. morning services at 11) evening ser
vice at t. fciuDJect of lesson-sermon, bud
stsnee." First Congregational, Nineteenth and
Davenport, Rev. Hubert C. Herring. D. D.,
Pastor Morning service at 10:30; Sermon
topic. 'Tin World s New Birth;" no even
t'hurch of tha Covenant. Twent v-seventh
and Pratt, Rev. R. T. Bell. Psstor Ser
vices at 10:10 and S: Sabbath school at
noon; Junior Dndeavor at !:; Christian
onasavor at I. ,
H'llslda Congregational, Thirtieth and
Ohio, Herbert L.. Mills. Psstor Morning
worship at 10:30; Sundsy school at noon;
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.; evening
preaching at 1
Central Vnltvrt Proshvtorlan. Twenty-
fourth and Dodge, R, B. A. McBrlda, V. D
Pastor- Morning worship at i0:v; even
ing worship at : aahltatn school at noon;
loung people s Christian union at I p. m.
Grace Lutheran, South Twenty-sixth and
Poppleton Avenue, Rev. M. 8. Mellck,
Pastor Church services at 10:44 and at 4;
Sunday school at 12:14; Luther League at
7 p. m.; prayer rreetlng Wednesday night.
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian, Fortieth and i
Nicholas, Rev. A. S. C. Clark, D. I . Pas
torMorning service St 10:30: subject,
"Jesus ChrtaL a Laboring Man:" evening
service at 4; subject, "Summing Up One s
Clifton Hill Prsbyterisn. Forty-fifth and
Grsnt, R. L. Purdy, Paatot Services at
10 30 and I; morning sarmon to laboring
men, "The Gospel s Message o Laboring
Men;" Sunday school 34 noon; Christian
Endeavor at 7.
St.- Paul'a Episcopal, Thirty-second and
California, Rev. B. G. B. Browne. Priest In
Charge Early celebration ( a. m., Sunday
school at : a. m., second celebration 11
a. m., evening prayer and sermon (Flor
ence) at t p. m. v
Third Presbyterisn, Twentieth and
Leavenworth, Rev. Joseph O. Cherry, Ph.
D. ., Pastor Services at 10:30, riuntlay
school at t; Chrlstisn Endeavor at t; the
Ladles' Missionary society will ooeorve Its
mite box at k p. m
6econd Presbyterian, Twenty-fourth and
Nicholas, Rev. Newman Hall Bui dick.
Pastor Preaching at 10:30 and 8. Morn
ing subject, "The Subtlety of Sin;" even
ing subject, "The Objects of Convo.slon
Kountse Memorial Lutheran, Rev. John
E. Hummon, Pastor Services morning
and evening, at 11 and . guhja i of
morning sermon, "Labor, Its Necessity.
Its Utility ana Its u,rfiiny.' u.cm..
sermon, "The Personal Touch."
First Baptist, Twenty-ninth and Har
ney. Hev. J. W. Conley, Pastor Ssrvicee
at 10:40 and 7:40.- Morning sermon, "The
Higher Life;" evening, "The EsscnUals of
Conversion." Sunday school at noon;
young people's meting at 4:30 p. m.
St. Mark's English Lutheran, Twenty
first snd Burdette, L. Groh. Paator At
10:30 a. m.. "God s Work In tbe Soul; " also
holy communion; at 8 p. m.. "Religion Not
Sentiment, bat a Dfvlne Reign;" Sunday
school at noon; Young People at 7:14 p. m.
Swedish Methodist, Nineteenth and Burt,
Peter Munson, Pastor The Rev. C. J.
Mellberg, presiding elder, will preach at
11 a.; m. and 4 p. m. Communion services
at both meetings. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. and young peoples' meeting at 7 p. m.
Diets Memorial Methodist Episcopal,
Tenth and Pierce, D. W. McOregor. Pas
tor 10:30 a. m.. sermon by Rev. I. 8.
Levlett, D. D.; 12 m., Sunday school; 7 p.
m., Epworth lesgue; 4 p. m., sermon by
the pastor; special muslo. Strangers wel
come. Dundee Presbyterian, Fiftieth and Under
wood Avenue, Thomas K. Hunter, Pss
tor Rev. .Joseph J. Lamps, D. p., will
preach at 10:40 a. m. and 4 p.- m.; Sabbath
school at noon: Endeavor society at 7;
prayer meeting and Bible study Wednes
day at 4 p. m.
Trinity Cathedral, Capitol Avenue and
Eighteenth, the Very Rev. George A.
Beecher, DearvrHoly communion at 4 a. m.j
hospital service at :16 a. m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 4:46 a. m.; holy com
munion and sermon at 11; evening prayer
and sermon at 4.
Parkvale Congregational church will re
sume its services Hundny, undtr the lead
rahin of Rev. Herbert L. Mills, who. be
fore his present pastorate at Uillrlde
church had charge of the work, tinder
the new arrangement coin cnuruuea wui
bave Mr. Mills services as pastor.
Knox Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Ohio,
M. V. Hlgbee, Pastor Morning worship at
10:30, with communion service and reception
r,r nnw members: Sabbath school at noon;
Young People's meeting st 7; evening ser
vice at 4; theme, "The Grace of Good Judg
ment; prayer mecung evwry niw
at 4 p. m.
rinrman Evangelical Lutheran St. Paul's.
Twenty-eighth and Parker, Rev. H. Holle,
Pastor Regular service at iu o cioca a. m.;
tavt. Mars 7:31:87: theme. "The Healing of
the Deaf Mute a Symbol of the Healing of
the Soul"; English services st 7:44 p. m.
Rev. Mr. Erck from Florence will deliver
Calvary Baptist, Twenty-fifth and Ham
ilton, Rev. tL R. Curry, Pastor bervio s
at 10:40 and 8; the Lord'e supper wi 1 be
observed st ths morning servlco nn.l the
hand of fellowship given to now members;
Bible fchool at noon; men'a Baraca class
at noon; young people's sei-vicm a, 7;
Wednesday, 8 p. m., mid-week prayei and
praise service. '
Immanuel Baptist. Twenty-fourth and
Btnney. P. H. McDowell, Pastor At l...ae
a. m., Tne can io uo rorwaro. rn
Lord's supper will be observed with hand
of fellowship to the new members. At S
p. m., "Two Current Courts Against bal
vation;" Bible school at noog; Baptist
young people's meeting at 7: prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at I.
last Haaseosa rsrk Coaeert.
George Green and his band will close
tha season at Haneoom park Sunday after
noon, September 2. The program for th's
occasion Includes George Green, Jr., with
his xvloDhone and Master C. W. Berryman.
tha high school boy, directing his own,
Compuaiuuua. yuvwini oil yiuiram 1 U
MarchManhattan Beach Bousa
Intermezso Iola Johnson
Medley Selection The Governor's Son..
Town Talk (characteristic) ....... ....Delbey
Bacied Potpourri Klohr
Medley Selection of Plantation Melo
dies (arranged) Conterno
Pickaninny Capers Daloey
You're An Indian Branen and Lloyd
Xylophone Solo American Patrol (ar
ranged) 8. B. Ietovsky
George Green. Jr. (by request).
March King of Ak-Sar-Ben (directed
and composed by Master C. W. Ber
ryman, a liigli school ooy).
Medley Ovtrture Mills Merry Melodies
(introducing ths latest popular songs)
arranged by William Schuls
Waltses Leva's Garden :...Frsntsen-Morse
Mlndv of Iiva JKantaala). bv reauest..
j t Kngelmann
March King Cotton Sousa
National Aiia (arranged) Welgand
The following marriage licenses have been
Name and Address. - Age.
John C. Reynolds, Nebraska City 3d
Ullsa K. Beckner, Nebrsska City at
ghaman B. Dletrlck. Omaha M
Ann C. Johnson, Omaha 31
leRoy H. Curtis, Omaha 31
Henrietta M. Doescber, Omaha XI
Adolph Bratke, Omaha 24
Anna M. Jung. Omaha a
George W. Cunningham, South Omaha... tl
Emma Seafus, South Omaha 33
Jacob A- Grose, Omaha n
MoUie Musk in. Omaha , 21
Quy G. Tomllnaon, Omaha 24
Lillian Moxham, Omaha 23
William Jespersen. Omaha 24
Anna Nlcolajsea. Omaha If
Pilgrims, (eats atl.aat. '
John Early and Harry Early were lata la
getting to Omana, but their reception was
not t lie leas marked. For several days the
police allowed them to U.af around in the
lower part of ttn waiting for one or both
to show a disposition to work. When the
disposition waa not forthcoming they war
gathered In and Saturday morning Acting
Police Judge Cuckrsll gave cadi Uirty dais
at the Price
of Old Ones
Notwithstanding the unusual
demand for pianos this summer
and fall, our buyer, with the cash,
secured four carloads In the east,
that for Quality, atyle and price,
stand without parallel In the face
of an advancing market, , They are
new, bright and each one pretty
as a picture, fully guaranteed, and
to turn our money quick we place
them on sale this week at prices
fully $100 below all competition.
Three groups take your choice
Croup 1 All the $300 sty tee
Croap 2 All tho $323 styles
Group 8 AU the $330 stjlee
On ttt-ms of S10.OO down and
$5.00 monthly, including a term
of music leseona free with any of
the above instruments.
Visit our store, gee the new
styles from Stelnway A Sons, Sta
ger & Bona, Emerson, A. B. Chase,
MrPhail, Karttmsn, etc., at prices
guaranteed below any store In
New York or Boston, tor the same
We ship pianos everywhere
on payments If desired with the
understanding that the money will
be refunded If not found strictly
as represented. Write today for
catalogue and bottom, prices.
:H.AH0 CO !
- Operating; five big stores and a I
1311-13 Farnam Street,
WE'VE TAUGHT ALL
of the world that when it comes down
to men's clothing of modern swing
and dash, they've got to come here,
y The fact that ws get weekly fash
ion reports from New Tork and Lon
donthe fact that our cutters make
yearly j trips to New Tork In order,
to get styls pointers and tha fact that
we enjoy the advantage of having a
special fabric buyer In New York City
who sends us the pick of the fabrics
that New Tork tailors favor, enables
us to please the fastidious dressers
of Omaha better than they have aver
been pleased before.
ASK THE BEST DRESSED MEN
Suits to Measure $25 to $45.
. TAILORING CO.
Where Good Clothes Come From.
Phone, Doug. 180. - a- Bo. leth St.
Next door to Wabash Ticket OfMce.
Hot Springs. 80. Dak.
Beautifully situated la ths vale of Mln
The bsaltb and pleasure resort of ths
northwest. Only a night's rids from Omaha.
Oolf, tennis, swimming, coaching, horse
back and burro ridaa and other amuse
bients. Excellent orchestra In attendance.
Visit wonderful wind save.
Exceptionally low rat.a on both CAN.
W. and Burlington.
For rates aad Information, addresat
ItOY I. hCOTT. Maaacer.
By rounds,1 of the great finish fight
NELSON AND OAX8,
Monday Afternoon. September 3rd
Itecetved by direct wire from rings taa
lit South 14th Street.
Or. LEWIS' TABLETS
OalOISAL ANU HARMLESS
I JiLa41' mril scrtisiiUra. Qaly
t V.4 s.mis riBnt: nllst la ho.J (
J r SMS. Sll flH rl). llMrl h
,1 J! !. fnHllMl.a Tries
I t J i cs or nail. Is. Lawis t aaatrii
Co., 17 . tsarsoia St., Chicsao, 1U.
List of News
IN URT.E CITltS. WHERE
IS FOR SALE OS
Buffalo, N. Y.
Samuel Cohn. 118 EUlcott 8t
Auditorium News Stand.
Joseph Heron, 414 8. California Are.
Great Northern Hotel.
Post Office News Stand. 171
B ri4 Hduee. 118 Randolph 8t
O. B. Barrett, S17 Dearborn Bt.
.'. Colo, Spring, Colo.
H. H. Bell sY Co.
Julius Black. Cor. 16th and Curtis.
Kendrlck Book and Stationery 0o
It 17th St .,
The Brown Palace Hotel. .
Kdmondton, Alta, Canada
Choas News Co.
Fred Daly. .
Excelsior Springs, Mo. ,
Slsk A Clevehger.
Hot Springs, Ark.
Cooper ft Wyatt. 620 Central Ave.
C. H. Weaver Co.
Hot Springs, S. D.
Kansas, City, Mo.
Butcher News Co.
Rlcktecker Cigar Co.. ' lth a&4
Walnut. -, .i .-v-. j
The Toma News Co., fOTand Mala.
' Jenkins Cigar Co.. ith aad Walnut,
Raid's News Agency, SIS Wall St.
Los Angeles, Gal ; ;
B. E. Amos. ' '
Abe Berl News Co.
Frank Mulkern, Grand Ate. and
M. J. Kavanaugh. 8 8. Ird Bt
Hotel Opera, SSI 1st At. 8. .
Century News Co., 6 8. Srd. 8t
'' New York City
' Astof House.
N. J. Wheatley News Co.
O. L. Boyle, llo 8 6th Bt
Lowe Bros., Depot News Stand.
Goddard A Petty, S66 SSth Bt
i F. Hornung Newt Depot.
H. A. Schafer News Co.. 107 Srd
Oarl Jones. 175 Washington St
J. Bader A Co.
Oregon News Co., 147 6th St
St. Joseph, Mo.
7. Berger, 618 Edmund St
Brandowa News Stand. 711 Bs
St. Louis, Mo.
News Bt James HoteL -
E. T. Jett N
ct. Paul, Minn.
O. U Miller.
N. St Marie, 66 B. 6th. 8t
Salt Lake City, UW
Mrs. L. Levin. 84 ChurrV gt.
xroe., w. awi. be.
Salt Lake News Co..
B. E. Amos. '
- Hotel Seattle.
International Newa Co.
Frank B. Wilson. 807 Pike St.
J. R. Justice. 810. Columbia aH. )
John W, Orabatn.
Acme News Co.
Washingt.n,' D. 0.
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