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ST.JOHN THE BAPTIST
f 4Tlli:i)R Al* III.OM ATI D WITH
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Tlir Solemn nail ImprrMUr fterxlee*
WHlrh Hrki*<l !•• Wll. ;
nnaril b n I hroiig of I'roplt—l
ftoltit* Effort l*> Mr. Pnnluv*. Il
(•ratirl %l > !•• I’hair, •
|)*nuli nl (lir lllluni. liar Array •
Prelate# nml < lerg> In tin u dotit*
Vralnirila iMiil llr I mrllnr** l
(lit* iu* \ll 4 ontrllitilrtl (• Mu l.r
Ihr UrrNiloß One In ll* llruirm
Th* r *wr Roman <'ithollr in
nonor ot SI. John the Baptist wa# <1 <l* |
rifl yMtertUy. The dvde ior> r r\l<e|
h roixliirifd with all the <le( l and
owemutdal which mark* • v.nt In,
Ihr CUthollc Chur h nd with *ll i f-u
turv which a*il (o the aitni llvni'i
iioirmnlty ariJ lmpr< • ‘lvor.* *>f lt -
Mr MartlnH.l. Archbishop and pupal
deiegaie to this c.>untrx from l:n
tcndinl by ten bl#hoi>* ; i with mimrio i
prelute* and -rg> and * f .!*• t*
<l*l ti Uielr vestment* mi *1 rol* * of
ufflo#, condurtHl i. • ( l atum The
Archbishop w * uttlrrd lit tht Pinole cut
tael* tul roL MV* of hlst • 111' e .luril H the l* t|
ballon an.l to th .• w<r* later the
mag n ill ent ami .-eti> v'(nevus
the celoblaittiMl of toe auieflin |am It flea I
Over J.OfiO |><opi) th* majority of them
fnefiitm > of th* Gat hoiw fftMh. wline e ;
the kuiemn ' ertmouy. will M l.tsttd u* arl>
three hour>. while hundred* u( others
watched tht- proce*.on to the cathedral,
thl* b**lng In Iteelf one of the m<t in
teresting frature# of the . eremony. The
•anciuary hud been very tnstefudy | o
raid'd for the occasion with palm and
potte<l plant*. rte-e- anl * irywanthemum
b’-tng included In the devolution* on th*
altar The candle* <-n the (• liars w i*
Ughtu). but the chur h wu i*M latk.
ll*tit and the balmy sunlight, to which
Father Far (low alluded liter In hi* **r
mon a* #o appropriate to the day. termed I
to pettn*ate * very tuok miml corner of the I
beautiful building, bringing out In fine ef
fect It* handiomt ur hei and tasteful
The crowd* begun arriving early, a*
there was wtnc fear that there might be
m rush for seats I* fore the opening of the
service#. All comer* were received at th*
main entrunc# by u < ummltree constating
of Aleesr*. M A oTlyrne, I*. F. Gleason
nnd jonn W.Uoid* wno re *• ved the tl kn
holder* and turned them over to the unit
ers. who escorted them to the seats *-
elgned them The usher* were. M sar*.
Arthur J. O'Hara. John Mclaughlln. I*
Brennan. \V J Harty, J J I'ow.r*. Hen
ry Blun. Jr., J W. Heff* man, J F Mc-
Garthy.T H. O'hoooun .1 J. GN*)n and
W. J. Kehoe. Moat of the were oc
cupwd before the beglnn.ng *f the service
though a itiimler of ihe thMet-holders, r
mnin.'d outside in order to get a better
view of the procession In the choir loft,
beside# the iarg . holr. were the Hl*tei>
from tf*' convent, St Joeeph Infirmary,
the girls' orphanage and other I'athoitc
Institutions of the city
'I lie l*rM*e#sion.
The eWk-Hl proewlon moved on time
At 11 o*( lea k the h*ad of th procession
emerged from the basement and tnoved
along Harris street to the front of the |
Cathedral. First came the cr.**bearer.
Hev. John I Carey, ni'i ompnlol by th>
acolytes. Musters hutibl McCarthy and
James Houlihan. N< xt came a number of
altar Istyg. atnnit thirty In all. a tired as
for the altar service Many of them were
very small and the little fellows with their
clasped hand* uplift'd made a pleasing
picture. Following the altar boys wert
th# aurpllced clergy, the majority b* tng
frtm the Savannah dloces* Next am
the ten bishop*. Including !!ihop Keiley
of Havannah who came lasi Fa. ti bishop
was nn ended by two chnplnlns. one or.
the right and tie- other on lh left, and
followed by a train I* irer. Hev Hubert
F. Kennedy, the m *ter of ceremonies
came next, followed by Hev. Father James
J|em>esH4-y. the sub-deacon of be nuts*
The procession being an escort to the
Archblehop. he earn* Inst M<m>signor Mar
tlnelll wa accompanied by hi* deacons of
honor, Hev lr Hratin of N. w York and
Insignia Ih*.irerw with tin 1 (niter, cposler
•ml other lpetvivia atta. hlng to the arch
blstlOf >'(* Olfles. follOWtd.
Few of those in the large crowd sur
roumHiig the cathedral had ever witness
ed a proceflglon of the kind. The efTe. t
was pleasing a* well a* Imprettslve Kn
tering the gate* the procession hl:d at
the middle dix>r of the edlfl •. the bishop*
and the doh*gate standing u|s>n the wieps
with the tl.-rgy remaining u|*>n the awn
The pro<*e*sion was n.a Interfered with
by the large and sorm-what . urtous crowd
which gatlwrad outbid* the gate*, the two
polkem. ii stationed there Keeping tne
crowd out and preserving eicellmt order
With the arrival *f the procession at
the main i ntran. > the eremony of
cttlen tMgan The most reverend drdlet
tor twgan the service, revAtlng tha prayer
commeiK tug Acniom s nostra*. "FHrees
we bewet. h Thee, (► Lord, our actions, by
Thy Ineptratlon ard further inern with
Thy continuai to*lp. that every prayer and
work of our* may always begin with Thee
and by Thee happily ended." Then fol
lowed the antlplton, "Aftpetge* me,** etc.,
i. "Thou vlwlt sprinkle ine, O loot'd,
with hyssop end I anail l>e cleansed: Thou
shall wash me and 1 ahall b* mede whiter
than show." The I'salm .sah. Ml- r-rr,
Mai l>ru." etc , I. t\ "Have mercy upon
me O God. c ordlng to Thy great met >,*•
etc., was then taken up aid r- ta-d *i
leraeiely by the reverend <Aerg>
sprinkled the Walls.
During the vayttig of rhl* I’nalm the
Archbishop sprinkled witn loly water tia*
founda.il tne and upper walla. rep< atlng
the antiphon "Aspergea me Dominc • He
turning to his push lon before the main
doer of the church, the Archbishop read
the prayer L>eu‘." that is "O
Lord God, Whurn the heavens iviml earth
carw.ot coidaln. but yet to have a
h a bite ’ ion hj m on •ua'th where Thy name
may be perpetually invoked, graciously
hear our prayers and through the inter
ceding merit* of the H'.esscd Mary, ever
virgin, of rtt J hn the lUpdst and of all
the swim*, gran* according to Thy mercy
and clemency to look down favorably ut>on
and d*;grt to \ uilt this pJa e, purify It
from all Sehleviient through a txnjnteous
I>e*rowrwJ of Thy grace and keep It *• an 1
may at Thou, u lr<l. Who didst fulfill the
pious wuh of Thy beloved David In the
temple • t his son S* ion.or. aleo .
to exe- me our wi*a#e> in this building of
<*urs and let *l. spiritual wrick Mines* ot
wile* o f i*stt d<gier( from this place
Trough ur Lrrd," etc.
ii he ending of this prayer the pro
seed up the mtddle aile to the
lugh the chanter* Intoning th* Lit
any of the Batnt*.
The services ware m Latin, but a free
traaalatlon ee quoted, was by
Hev Father Kennedy master of c#re
*>**•• 'MU Agv.hblaJsop read the pray
<ri at the entrance in a very low t n
!*at*r on in <*hsntliig the service, hi* voice
Wfis low but audible and of a very pi* le
\f the lluli % liar.
Arriving at the high *ltr t • l-h p
and .’K-rgy continual rhanll g t • •* Lbaoy
•f flit- Halnta, which isk* <f (kid lht tie
ms: gl' *t rnaj r*et io ad tt * faithful
departed, the Ar.-bhtshop rs* an- wl Ii
niltr*' on and crosier In hand, s-ikl In in
audltde vu|r< **\W beses fi Thee * ' L*fd
u<t Thou hear us and deign to poilfy nd
tb >. th*e chur* h and altur errci*l io Tny
honor and glory and In m* mry (*f Thy
►atm. John th. Haptl*t Anotlor prayer
like the f'.rm* rw r -* tJ* n *l wlier*'Up'l
ihe Ar.bid-imp naif*' He ..bar *nd
yei ufb* ting said "**oine into m. I Ip.
** God, i liOrd make hast* to h* Ip me
Glory lie 'o th* Father anil •< the Hon
m*l to the Holy Ghost * 1* w.ia in •he
.4-k'lnidng. I* iios at *1 evei -hull 0* . world
without end Amen Thl- w.*a follow*.!
!,■. ; ii* pro*' ' ' mn.lpotefi* *1 Mi.-erl. or
lieu th i ’( * Hindi*o(* nt merci
ful God who has* granted to Thy p* le*a
t ■,i woi.detfnl |:..ml** tl**it woutev. r the*
would worthily do lb Th> n *m* Thog
uouids* .j 4 to ratify, w* iek that Thou |
Io Tnv iM-mcnn wouldst erne In aid
!mh* hi temple whl h w.- r* tout to]
. , ,n.I 1 • - ami upnn b**ho dlng our |
humihiv. through tie im rit* of Thy j
itni*. let the demon? <l* part h*n e a id j
In I hsralf! to keep u* la
P • T/.rough our I on] *t Hb ns
u,rd. Huh house, erected to tin In.nor of
Thrr Fs.ilm* of David were then •kl
,ii and wnils they %\.r*- being re. lied the
M r H* v Archbishop went. |r. e<l#* lv !
it,- i ros 1m aret. t-*wn the wide* aisles of 1
•to- chur- J. -P uklln- the wall** with holy .
water, saying ’*riiou shall *prlnkl
in- etc. on r*‘ iing the f the I
liter after the i; -ng of tin* w..e ot
tin* church, lie *.!•! the final prayer “Hsu* 1
<|U l. *t "f> God who ,4HCtlftc*t tho.f*
t|lb ated u Thy name, pour out
• j. v i >ui dailt grit • * r I this bouse of
* i\.-r and may nil tho*e who pray unto
The. here experience Thy Siel(ll*li(
m* rcy. Through Our Ird." etc.
Tlic Pontifical Maas.
Thl* included the reiemony <*f drdl a
iin which Inkted between thirty and
forty minute- Till* wii- fo|low*.l by the
*oh mn |*intlfl< al ma*-. e ndu' ia| by
the riaiat r* v* r* nd didlcator. The ofII-
er* of |h* ma-- I*. Ing already vested in
their handsome r*h* -of ofTI e. pr<**'ceded i
C.I I- .1 \ :iC At' Ii and hp lo rota* for the
-.i< rtfi e In a low mas* or a lush mass 1
< untatai :i- frl* -t who .fTers the ®acr|-I
flee Is a on* and unassisted by any t
-teralant; a solemn h.gh mass Is sung with j
. .bacon and a s*ib-dnaron *s*isting th** !
I*rl i a solemn ponllft* al high mu** Hi
when a bishop or higher ligultnry is th*
officer, and then hi- attend in:* are an a
distant priest. fw ba.*ais of honor, the
deacon and sub-den con of the mass. lie
i.l# s th*o • mevittoi.cd. there are. ns In*
ih*' sobtnti hlgii nni . a master of cer*-
m*M les and nasHtant rmst* r of c. r- ,
monies, a censer hearer, two acolyt*e |
serving muss, five acolytes who carry In- j
i*:i I of the Hlshop. mitre, cro-ler. * t 1
Th** robing of (he Ar.*hldehop for the j
mass proved . very Interesting fiviture 1
for the congreg.itton. thougn as his grace
was surrounded by the ftl •rs of the
ma-** tail little of the o|srailot> coukl b*
perceived. To the handsome vestment*
in which he had entered the eanftuarv.
tiie Archbishop added the more nmgnl;l
.*nt robs and • < • oaorle* worn in con
da ting the |H>nlifi i iugh mas*. The*e
.shale the vestment* id the |ale*t, th-
Hlshop and the Archhi*hop. so that the
* b- r n( rejwi sentn in t* p rsoti, n com
pl*te circle of authority. Among th* gar
ment* HNtimed by His Grace, were the
imlce. uib, cincture, mwnlpie, stole, tunic,
•talmatb and chiciuMc, stt* king* and
sandals, together with the |s toral cross,
ring, mitre and crosier. All the vest
menta were very haiwloome and douhtlesa
The pontlh.nl mae** |* not tinfamillir
to the member* of the *ath-dr.ii emigre
*tloll and di. s rta differ greatly from
the solemn high mas*, rx .pt in being
som %vnat nar.* b-ngthy. The elaborate
tnu-i al programme, rendered with fine
effect bv the hir. also oontrlhuted to
the length of the miw The first part of
the im-r laung completed, the s<-rtnon was
THE HF.IIH ATONY ftF.lt MO ft.
Preached hy Hex. Father O'Brien
It was naturallv expected that a pulp'd
orator of distinguished ability would be
.-•■lei'ted to deliver the sermon on such an
*► a-ion and in this the congregation wa -
not disappointed. In fact, a more able and
a more l<Ktuent sermon ha* rarely beeti
Ip .mi in the Cathedral The Rev O Hrien
I’ardow of W. 4 hmg'on, to nlim this duty
fell. I* noted among the Jesuit fraternity
of this country for hi* eloquence and
iblllty sc well as hi* Beal for the faith
\t the request ot lilsliot> Kelley u week -
ii-treat. during which he will preach tlv*
-nnons daily, (or the t atbollc students
at the Georgetown I’lUverotty, which was
to Itave b• n Ip Id thu* week, was noat
l*om•! until next week In order that he
might deliver tip- pennon at the dedica
IVhen Father I’ardow ascended the |Mil
pit to deliver th* ilmliostury s< rmon a
1 1;rill of Interest spread through the lrn*
iriettse congregation. The r putatlon of th<-
illsiingulslied otutor bad preceded him to
cavaniiali ami b captured from th*- firm,
;uvl held until the etui the full tntereai
nd attention of every one of his audi
It was ad. ctrlnal ki mod, hut so envel
oped was it in human sympathy uml so
clearly 111 uni hutted hy the orator'* fa. lb
*IM-c.h and full understaiutlng of hi*
theme, that there wa* not a single mo
mini when the interest of the audience
flagged rnlvemaily It was pronoimc*‘d
one of the b* *t sermon* b liveted in Hu
\rtnimh for ten year-. Father I’ardow said,
• When, two year* and eight month* *go.
the sad new* w,i* flash.sl through tho
couni r> of the <le*truction by tire of the
grand Cathedral of Havanmih, the news
fell lik* a pall over ail Catholic hearts;
(ha North. Fast and West wept with
tlior suffering sister church, of the South.
"We could only say: 'Thy will lx* done;*
and w v w* re i* mud*d of the w -r is of
tioly writ. ‘My way* ate not y.iur way*,
nor ar# your thought* my ttiotjghis sa.th
i the le-rd Hut to-day, we **<• la>w the
| lo rd know* test The untiring energy of
>our Ht H* v Hlshop. tin* seal of your
i- rgv. the generality of the Catholic peo
i le of Savannah, tne kindiP-** of many
even win. are reft of our faith -all this
tut- worked a miracle, and your magniii
<;~nt cathedral rise# from It* ashe*. more
gi-jrlous than ever
* (>ur hearts are so full of fay to-day
thM we need just such a ceremony * *
this to give It expre**lon. Th* presence
of his excellency, the Apoatdb' <lel**gaie.
the representative of our gloriously ogn
lug l*pe, XIII, the large concourse
of Hlsho|* from iei many dioceses.bwm an
object lesism never to be forgotten. We
need lust such balmy air ami such mag
nificent ski*** ns we ve them to-day; and
they *e* m to ba\e delayed their departure
* xprewdy In ord* r to tak* t*art In thl*.
ideal .-ecantonv. \N • ne**l Just such so<il
lnspiring music t voice our gratitude to
God "Gloria In excei*l* Ico "
Hut alovi 411 thl* is the great lesson
* f to-day. th** ceremony The dedication of
* t'jtho’ic cathedral means two thing-
It means th# teaching of truth and the
teaching of it wtth authority
"We live In time* of great unrest in
th* roltgtou* world outside the Catholic
Church Revision of creed* modification
of belief* Mem to be th* order of th* day.
Pevpb who ttill *ay they believe !r.
Chri*t. y*t reject Hl teaching Th* c*r
emony of to-d*y tails u* that Christ es
tablished an authoritative tribunal to
transmit hi* **chlng to (he end of time
(Continued on Second Page.)
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, OCTOBER 2!, 1900.
SWALLOWED BY THE DEEP.
1 111 ft( WOM Aft OV FR HO A RII FROM
ftT- A MAMII* ft AFOO4 IIEE.
“Mftaa Martin. M a M>*teri*u* \•(
\A iimn I ’ansnirr, Disappeared
Friday Maht on b*- Vo gape from
\rn York t *avaanal Was
Mrlght, Handsome and Attractive.
14|ft i oafllellna ftforlea of Her
l>B4f Life—>Annoanreaicat <f llrr
Intention to Kill Herself Taken *■
u Jrnt—ftald lo lie Mt** J**#*lr Mall
by of t aieipoia, ft**a 4 ork.
I The Amainsti p Nu* oo *h* e. of th* Savan
: nnh line r*arh#d her dock wirly y**iter
■ day morning, la kpig one of the p.issen
ger* with whom eh* had *tarlcd from
New Y<rk, a young woman, who had
given her name as "Mp- Martin," and
who hd attracted con Jerabto attentkm
on the vovag**.
What is known of the affair dor* not
make a full story and mu h must ** left
to tlw* haauird of conjecture What is
known, however. I* sufficiently distress
ing. and the lurml'* * that naturally
arise cannot be productive of anything
less than deep sympathy wtth the ne*‘e**sl
ty, <r the apparent necessity, which
prompted th** r.*h a t of which the. un
fortunate young woman was guilty.
The Naeooehee fr.iiled from New York
on last Thursday afternoon. A ticket
H ivannali had b**en purehas* l for "Miss
Martin." and the passenger who gave this
is her rat me. Insisted that sh* be
n ,gned to ptaleruom <n th*- upper d* k
Hueh preferences on the prt of iMssengera
.(r- not unusual In tie experience of ship
captains ani purser*, and as th*- i *-
*eng*-r list was not a large one the de
clare*! preference of this particular j •**
Monger whs complied with r* udily Hhe
w;u assigned to nn outside stale room.
Number 24. which sh*- *har*d with no
• Mis* Martin" was a bright, attractive
and g.ind-looking young wom m. of !*•-
tween 3& a rat .V who fell r* adlly into the
g(*sl of some of h* r fellow p
*<engers In h r manner an*l * >ndu< t
wsa no trace *f *le-iond**ncy. hut
on the contrary, -he ••■♦•n.cd to t-e Infer
este*l In life and In reasonably g>o*l spirit*
nil of th*- Urn* Hhe w<ih fido' db *■
Ing the isvlltlral situation, and -II i dl cu*-
It wish the ftl*ers of Ih* N.icoo- h**: and
She told her newly-made acquaintance*,
however, several different stories of her
self and her life. th< db r-t ;i, ** In
which were not discovered until It was
found that she was missing fr<*m the ship
She tobl (Ypt Smith, f r tnstan • that
she was a (school teacher In New Jej ey
but had lost h*r |>*rltloi'. i* on* * f Ine
passenger* she said sic had Ie n living
for some tlnu* in Fast Twenty-third an eel.
To situ another vs*nger. a young wo
man of b** th*n her own g*. she uti
fobVd her Intention. f*ne *bl Urat sh
hal become d**poralent sin< - e she had bee
tier position and (hat she mtetxbl to com
mit suicide. She Slid thl- however, with
so little of the dramatic oir with which
such statements are usually •< ompanie<l.
oral In a manner so quiet and free from
display, that the girl who listened could
not believe ft was tne.int. or .( any r.*
that oulclde was immediately contemplut
*d, and ttaaight It best to |*s* Ihe remark
off with a laugh and a Jest and say noth
ing more atiout It She did follow thi
v’ourse. (o her bltt-r regret afterwards
Hatteras was passed late Friday after
noon or early In the evening, and a bon*
10 o'clock ' Miss Martin" retired Sh.
hr.de her shlpboatd acquaintance* good
night in her usual quiet tone*. This wa*
(he last ever seen of her.
Saturday morning she was missing from
her stateroom and a path tit search failed
to discover her anywhere about (he ship
she had vanished in the the weave
of the deep had swallowed her up and
none knew how, or whence, or when, ah**
had thrown lierself from the side of the
This much of the story comes from th*-
officer* of the Nacoochec and th*- passen
gers Whatever else l* known Is derive!
fr>m an inaiterimn of th*- very small
amount of baggage and personal belong
lug* of ' Mis# Martin." It I* pitifully
A Morning News reporter inspected It
yestetday afternoon. Thor* whs a small
hand satchel and r small iark.ig* In u I
*Utlon. a cheap traveling hut and an um
brella of black silk In the satchel was ,*
Idjrse. and this contained scan.- artlclef
•hat threw some light oh the identity of
the unfortunate young woman, on th;*
handle of the umbrdla also was graven
a tumie. that may or nay not be m clue
The purse contained tio In small l*ll!s
and sixty-four cents In chang**. an un
used return coup* n of a ticket from
tiovla to DeHuyter, la>th small stations on
(he le*hlgh Valley Kailwu%, In N*• tr York
-tale, a number of the 11111#* deecrljftlxe
circulars of point* of interest in Washing*
ton. that lb# tourist Is ban*led by fil
guide, a couis*n for a sat In the Metro
pollian Opera House. In New York, bear*
lug date. I>ec. 2i. and such articles
of apparel s m woman would k**P Ip
satchel such as that beongtng to "Miss
Martiiv" These were neat and dean anil
of good, though not of the best, churn
nr They bore nt one single mark of
Identification, nor was there n the purse
.r the satchel a letter bearing t* nntne
There was <• card. *>n which was written
h. pencil. "7 Howard street " There Is no
nuch number on Howard street. In S.i\*nn
,P j n th# examination of the umbrella, the
repot*er discovered what may la* a clue
On a verv small portion <f the handle,
from which the hark of th.- natural %vod
had been e rnivd. had b*en written a
name and an address. The name ooukl
' tte deciphered "J. L Ma.tby, and. with
(he aid of ft magnifying glass, the a.hire**
resolved itself into "C-ixenovla."
The coincidence of thi- address with the
name of the station from which the ticket
found in "Mies Martin's" puree read. :*
significant. Ho Indeed, is the slight sim
ilarity between tne name* "Martin" and
A telegram from Syracuse, which Is the
nearest city to t'asenovia. states that Miss
i Jessie Msltby. a school teacher of the
Infer place dl*ap|a.red from home some
| ume ago. This lend* confirmation to the
1 theory that the drowned woman bore thl
Caxenovi* is a little town and Is ‘e
i of a seminary and other tnstMutloi
!of learning Th** fact bw!* wllltlonal col
1 or to "Miss Martin e" own statement that
nc w is a school teacher, who had lot
These arv the known fact# Everything
else is a master of- <ft>nj*cture. for which
(be desperate de**d Its* if and th* nimpr
portion of a life’s sad hist or > which i
known here must furnish the point of dc
;*rture Agent TVet*v*nt. .>f th* Ocean
.ftteamahlp Company, is making an *fTort
to learn something of the young woman's
pass history and of h#r friends, aid n.-w
light may he thrown on the tr*t%lc oc
curence by what tranapirea t.v.lM
A ffyracusa dispatch to the Morning
New*, received *t 2 o’clock this mom.ng
xaya "J**si* L Maltby. a young svh>oi
teacher at fftsenovla. Ma lloon county, ills
appeared atmut a y**r ago Hhe drew al.
her money about •*> from a Syracuse
nnk and gave no warning or reason for
* ing awav. Hhe had acted strange y and
it was thought she was dement*! Home
(lire later an uncle name 1 Bsr>>er. of New
York, found her In New Jersey, and
she went to his horn**."
The fact that "Miss Martin' told tom*
of th* p*eser.g*rs on the Nacoocne* that
th* had be*n living in New Jsrs*y and
ttschlng school there and th* r.am*. "J.
L. Maltby*' found on h*r umbr*:ia in con.
rvacUon witn the above dispatch, show
pretty clearly that Ih* jrouug woman was
ft LOT HAr|M> Mt ftT GO.
I lanr# and Mala \%atrr Must lie Pur
chased at the Market Prlrr.
There ore protmbly a hundred or more
slot machines in Havunnah. the operatsm
*? which will >e interfered with by the
iii'-tnioti of the Supreme Gourt, han*l"i
down Saturday and r-farted In the Morn
ing News yesterday.
The .Supreme (Y.urt d* idea that "A nvr
chant, wlio give* to a •l*--ignated cMw of
customer* an opj-ottunlty to secure hy
lot or •ha nee, any aril-la of value, ad
dl'lonal to that for whl h #u* h customers
have paid, violates the p<ovt#ion of sec
tion 4(/7 of the pens! • !*• wrlcn declares
• ..it no person sh.tll keep, muintuln, cm
pk> r arry on r.y lottery In this state,
or any other scheme or device for hazard
ing m*mey or valuable things."
The and •ml on * h r**ad one, und if the
law |s enforced strictly, its effect will be
(* remov*- from their spneres of mlng.cd
ii * and qmament the various sloi na
-• iiii*t* whl< Savannah tn*r bants use (o
•‘lira* t custom and fa* Dilate tne ml*> *f
th* Ir wiire*. They ail must g* uul* r
JuMlce Gobb's interpretation of the law
of • ours#-, the in * "),n*‘s th4t |erf*rm
a- -ignsird service for a <le?<.
ignntl amount. as, for in
• tunee, those through win*# ln-trum-n
--tuiity it Is p. -aside for the possessor of
••■>*• cent, to "ascertain bin correct
weight." or thos* others which discourse
harmony u|ton tlw- (Hopping In tite skit of
i slightly larger coir, do n*>t corne within
th* pronibltlon of the law
only those at*, aff. t*l which make th*
imount the player re* <|ve* deix tidan*
•and m chance, and this rul* Is not changed
by the fact that th*- piaver is sure to get
-ometlying, th*- only chanr* being that h*
may get more I'n*. rtalnty and the hazard
•*f anything of value combine to consti
tute a device for gatnhllng and the pro
prietor of such a it a bin* Is liable upon
• mviction to punishment as f >r a misde
The machines hy which the player see
wether he g* ts on* rig.tr or a hundred or
na\ the other varhty whi* h t**ll hlni
how many drinks of soda water he may
get at the fr. nt for a single nlckd, the
c*t t the f iint for a single nickel, the
which ul-o means cigars for th** winner,
and the \*ariotis other ingenious little d“-
vires r.f the same character are banished
Applying the rule a little further tha
> hurche- and fraternal organization* that
oc- astonally recuperate their fli ane** t,y
giving fairs will have to slop disposing of
‘k’.ls. and tons of coal, and diamond ring-.
anl oak aideboar*!* ami corner lo’s by
mean* of the fascinating. Hut un ertain
raffle Such a proc,., ding 1- a e* hem* .t
device for the hazarding of money or
And in the prospect, thouvh It miy rob
life of some of Its sweetnese. there 1- not
li king a pleasant feature. The visitor to
the church fair or frateriud Uizmr of the
future will not he sought by sonic demure
little maiden, or rather by r ano dozens of
d* mure little maidens, "to take a cha. ©c
on sn embroidered center idee*/' or any
other pine of f*‘m.';e finery, for which h**
has no earthly use and woul in't kn**w
what to do with, in the improtMfdc event
that he won In the light of this greai re
lief. the ordinary man will probably he
willing to pay for his cigars al th* flat
or market price.
HF.ftF ATII MAM FLOWKKft.
ild> of the l.ntr H. ft. (.nekenheimer
Mt Rest In 1.11 iire| Grutr.
The funeral of the late Moses 8. Guck
enheinv-r took place veftterday afternoon
it in o'dork from the temple Mtekva
Israel. There was o large attendance, the
temple M mg tilled by friends and rela
tives. Many followed the remains to the
Jewish quarter of Laurel Grove ceme
lery. Thi* cortege was long nnd Imposing
The fl**ml Ifibutes were many and beauti
ful. Employes of the decesisi-d each car
-11 1 a design.
Itnpre-.* tv*- services were conducted t
the tempi** utnl the grave by th** minister
of lift congregation. Rev. Dr. I. P.
Mendes. The musb' was sweet and solemn,
and many wef. m*v*l t*> tears by the
sadness of the death of th**lr friend wh* n
he we but upon ih* threshold of his
prime. Tlx* tribute of th*- minister kart
non* of Its warmth and eloquence through
tbe softn*ss of his tones, and many Joined
in the prayer that consigned the body to
the earth and the soul to Rs Maker.
The following gentlemen acted as ush
ot* at the temple, Messrs II Ix> wrenihal.
Louis K. Orauss, W F Kcherff. D. 8.
Rosenheim n*l Arthur W Bobmon. The
pallbearers were Messrs. J. R. Einstein,
Max Alexander, Juban 8 Hester, Adolph
Sun*!heimer, Mord Hyams. Jr.. Jacob Dub.
G. L. Kayton, CVirl J Herman, Edwin
Frank and Alfred Fanil.
HACK FROM TDK HOH4K IHOW.
Atlnntn llnl Hn F.vent That tisTr
The Savannahians who had hors***
entered In the Atlanta horse show have
returned. Mr. Frank M Butner said yes
terday that tho show* was an unqualified
success, both people and Horses being
shown to advantage. As much delight,
apparently, was found in the narrow ln
-pectlon of the faultl*-sly society
that appeared as s|ectators a* in the ot
servation of tho thorough breads that ap
potired In the coliseum in tho various
Ho pleased was Atlanta wrlth the sue
re** of the show- that it la probable the
event will t*e mad** annual. Mr. Butner
**ald the horse show* was a far more ln
teresting ttra> tlon than (ho Interstate
Fair, which, aside from the races, proved
rath*r tame. Mr. A. P. Doyle ami Mr
Fred Kuek had hordes entered in the
rwcea, and Mr Doyle’s showed as win
ters. Mr Arthur R M. Olbbea had hors
*s enter and for the show as did Mr. G. A.
Htufts, wh*se pacer. Bessie Wilke*, won
second money In the speed ring.
REFORM A TIO ft* ft Aft ft IV F.Rft ARV.
ftrrvlce* llrlil at tho l.nthernu
4 hurrh In 4 **m me mors flnn.
The thr*e hundred nnd eighty-third an
niversary of t e Hefoimition was ob
served yesterday in the services held t
the Lutheran Church of th* Aseensl t>
Appropriate were preached hy
the pastor. Hev. Dr. W. C. 8- hacff, r. in
. ommemorstlon of (he great event Fading
up to the Reformation, the r.aiilng of the
the<*w by Martin Luther to th* door of
Ih# cathedral in Wittenberg.
lmy to-morrowr will be the anni
versary of th* event, and special service***
will I•* h*kl that night *t the Church of
be Ascension, under the direction of the
Luthe- league. A phasing programme
ha* been arranged, and 1t is expected I bat
all who attend will enfoy the extreme*.
The German \ limsera will ar|enl in
uniform and In a body.
IVII.L KI.KI T tftiITMIJH.
Rutledge ftiiya Hi* Faotlon Will ( on.
tlnnr Its Work.
H N. Rut edge, who undertook to organ
iz# anew Republican party machine for
th# county one night last week, announces
that the decimation of Capt M J Doyle
to *ct as chairman of th* organization
wili not deter him and his associates from
continuing their efforts in this direction
Another meeting will b* h#ld shortly,
when anew chairman will b* elected
probably Rut edge himself, and tht report
of th* committee appointed to wait upon
Mr Lsaken and Inquire ht* meaning m
th* u** of th* phrase "negro domination,"
wUI b* i aoaived.
BUILT THEIR OWN CHURCH.
11411% OI TllftllF. 4 Oftl.llFb ATIOft
i:iik( ti:d \ hoi %k of ivoiimiip.
liiformnl Oprninu leitrrda) After
noon In An* llulltllntf at Ilnrnßrd
nnd llrsh ftlrrets—The liny Wa*
llie ft ** oii*l %nn I % *-r*a r> nf the 4lr
aaii|sntln of tlie ftoulhslde llap
llst Gharrh—The Pastor. Hev. If. ft.
b'lrntlrM, t.nxe n llr*lrw of the
lllslor? of the 4 hurrh—Two Weeks
of Hesltnl Services.
No church In buvar.nah l>enr so unique
a hlM*ry as that which is n<j\v netting
completion at hainud aru Hrady street*.
Incpe.j. though more Imposing in stz and
archil* lure than the <rdtnary • ounir>
church, the bui.dlng yet has a sugg*--silon
of the rural house of worship, in that it
has been raised by the labor of th* male
munb* n of its congregation, under the
a hie and energetic bad of their pastor
By the toll of their hands and the sweat
of their brows have the men of the Bouth
side Baptist Church erected tt.e:r hou>e
of worship. Though none •an say a word
in <lisjrMg**m*-nt of those who give their
worldly substance In rai.di.g temple.-* to
the L>rd. yet tne labor of the members
of tiouthGde Church, in a day and gener
ation, i*aru uUrly in a city, given almost
exclusively t< ,m> Ing for such woik rather
than doing it. **em* to challenge tha ad
miration nml evoke the * otnnumbit ion of
Not all the male members of ihe church
wrought with their own hands, for the
business of some would not permit th4Ur
devotion of their time ami the physical
Infirmities of **b*rs made It impossible
for them to engage in the labor, but tho-a
who served not with their hands gave of
their substam*-. and u >stitut<‘ workmen
w*re hired or mate rail was purchased Ail
worked together under the mmc*ration
of the pastor, Rev I> 8 Kdenfleld, who
ha* been the life and sou. of (lie enter
prise. folding out the erwourag* nient and
prom!.-• of sustaining words and the a|e
proval of the Master.
Yesterday afternoon the informal ox*en
ing of th*- chur* h wa* h* Id, and many of
the mem iter* and their friend* and r**lu
lives Wert* present. At 3o\ |> V tlie ]#•-
tor recounted th** hi*tor> of the church
aid reviewed the # fforts that have r*-
sulte*l in its growth from such Mender
proportion* to th. very substantial ami
• ncouraging basis upon which it Ugln*
it* life in Ms new edifice The day wa
•he (Meotul anniversary of that on which
the pastor gathered a small hand about
him for worship In a small loom at the
corner of Whitaker and 8* com I iwreeis.
ftunday after .Sunday wrview wer* hekl
in that room, but no organization of the
hur. h wa# eff.-,for six month* The
pastor wav working to tlmt end. however,
nnd eventually he w.is enaide*! to w|t
n**** th** fruition of hi* In Ivor* and hope#
and the banding together of twenty-six
members for the advancement of lit
• au*e. the Church thus formes! ixdng
km.vn h- th** SouthMde Baptist.
During the next U w montho the grow h
wa# alow, hut steady. For a long while
n wa# seen that mor* xaiDfactory q ar
ter# for worship were needed, and th
slowly increasing m*mleiß i#-f ( m,
tumty un Improve*] for the furtherance of
a plan devl##d by the pistor a;.d hi-; io
m This •. for ihr purch M - of ih
.t tho corn-r of H.rn.rvl fln-i Rr.idv
not fr •lirt.ot from thr par.- of
th * < - hurch' nrKinizotton. and ilte -re -
Don of a rommodlou* btilldlnif
A. nUjrht hove tapMtal, tho.o
drt'Rn tOK-thor by tho fMi*t.,r *or no
Mo.iithy. TtiotiKh not b.o.rod wph po
ftiHlon of ih. a,„i- of ,hi worn ~I Py
hil ‘l 'h- Krarr of <brl In the.r ~t,|
ih.- -Ji*ritfor th* t-pt-a.l ~f || lx IclnK-kwn
To Ih.- i-t Mot n KUKK-'MIon itiot thry bnlkl
Ihrlr own hotiat- of Wur.htp thry r-*-
-pon.lod - irly Adaptlinr om.- know
of ur-hit.-, lur.- .-nd
n-ol of the ocraalon. tho pu-tor .Irow ho
idfiho f-rr ih- bulM.n* an-l und.rtook to
su|h rinti-ral it# construction.
Ho h-i-l no warelty of labor. Tho mom
-1.. th iauht tho infection >■( hi- own In
• kanltablo aplr.l and •OKorly aon<ht th.
work It was on Juno I ih.,t tho kp.uii-i
■mih l-rokon for tho bulldln*. and it ma>
bo soon frotn this that t)- ~f k has no,
lagged. Kvsr> lay thrro have t,oon m ,,,
busily engragud bulMlrig tho house m
which thoy thrmsolvos woro to worship
Th- i-nst-r hlm—lf. in nil tho tin
work has torn g -lng on. has m 1,.. -1 hut
four da>- from It, his abs-nr- havlii K
then boon domain). .I by a nil to proa It m
Altout tho middle of August tho build
ing had advanced sufficiently to admit of
services Itoing hold In a hail at th. roar
:hat has since l*.-n divided Into rooms
These rooms and others above form th.
parsonage t-'r.an th- Irs-ntton at Whttak-r
and 5..-. Kid str-n-ts. th- congregation
moved to tho iwrsottago. but already Ih
lahors of the craftsmen ha I b. gun to tu;
fruit, and in th#* sltort wte-ks sine#* the
parsonage was llrst us-d for services tho
congregation* steadily grow until they !>•
■ ante too targe to b- accomnwHlalod In the
hall- It was then decided
to hasten work on the au#li
torium of the ehureh, nnl It ts tho readi
ness of this for worship that was made
the o# t-oslon for the informal opening
A gri'.it .leal of work yet remains lo be
■ lone on the Interior and exterior, but
the congregations can gather In the nu
dl oruim for services whlls the rtnishlng
Is in progress. It Is expected that a few
weeks will see the w.-rk complete.
Revival sorv|e.-s will mark the beginning
of worship In Ihe m w building They
will be conducted hy Rev. \V I> King
retumcsl missionary to China, and the
pastor. Rev. Mr King preached yester
day morning. 8-rvleos will he bed every
afternoon and ev. ry r.lght for two week
lltn THE ktNK ■*lll-:At milts.
Sersloos at tho l-lrst and rho Puffy
Street llaptlet Ckarehea.
Tho First Rapt Ist and the Puffy Street
HniMlrt Churches had the same ministers
yesterday. In Ihe morning, at tho First
Church, the sermon was preached by Rev.
Dr. James B. Taylor of At
lanta, ao#-retary of the Koptis,
Orphans' Home. and at night
hy Hev. Pr 8. Y Jam# son of Atlanta,
roc rotary of the Raptlat Ssate Mission
Hoard. In the morning Dr. Jameson
|>res< hed at the Puffy Bireet ('hiireh atal
at night Rev Pr. Tavkir preached there
<MIWI.II lls SttSKIOM.
Dr. Jameson f*rraohod lleforo tho
New Ranbary Association.
The thlrty-ftflh annual session of the
New Suntoury Baptist Assoelatlon was
concluded yesterday morning at the Puffy
Street Baptist Church by the missionary
sermon by Rev. pr. 8. Y Jameson of At
lanta, secretary of the Baptist State Mis
sion Hoard The congregation w>a large
anti Ute serrtton greatly enjoyed.
Most of the attending delegates, lay anal
clerical, of whom there were s -me fifty In
attendance upon the association m-nllng.
have returned to their homes They >r ■
representing most of the tn.-nty Batkist
c'.urches tn Mclntosh Llherty, Bryan nl
v'hathsm counties that comprise the as.
hst been consumed by the American pub
lic to tho extent of over halt a billion
bottles. More than any other boti.ed
beer In the world. Made exclusively by
she Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass n.
11l aXi: IN unu-i BANE.
I ttsrsil Srhwsri' Grocery and Itsr
The grocery and bar owned by Conrad
8 hware on I.overs' lane, just east of the
ITant System track, was destroyed by Are
this morning a few minutes before l
NECK llltoKEh IIV A El CHET.
Henry \A rlatit. Color#!, Killed Y#-
trrrix) In Ihr Wlnlfrld*# Hold.
M#nry Wrlxht, coiorr*! wax kill#*l on th#
HrKi*h ship Winifred yrotrrAay morntng
at 1# W o’rkjrk. wnil at work discharging
*• cargo of kalnit.
The ship I* lying at th# Savannah. Flor
ida und W**t#m wharves. Wright wu
forking in the hold irva-iing the loickct*
at wnich the atuff wa# b*lng <!!■•• .urgfl
on th# wharf by mean-* of pulleys worked
witn th# aid of a donkey engine *tati*vi*s|
on tn# wimrf. He had Just loaded on#
of ih*#!# bucket* which was b#ing drawn
up. w hen the engineer. nii*undcrtat)ding
the *igual of otu of the deck hand*, low
ered the bucket *u<Menly, and It cam**
*kwn with cru*htng force on \% f riglu‘*
he.id, breaking hi* neck
Coroner 4)o#Uf wa immediately sum
monl and maJe u examination. Th*
twdy of the man wa* taken in charge by
relative*, who will ship It to flay to Ora
hamviii# Wright # home, where he ha* a
wlf* ard # vernl children.
W'Dt** a number of the hand# employed
In work *mliar t* that Wright had tx*en
doing attributing Ida death to the fact
mat they were working on Hunday. re
fused t> f'ontinue their iahor. ond tho4gh
#*me of them were later Induced to con-
Hnue, a large number of them persisted
In their ref 11*4! anl quit for the day.
lIEftRl ft I ELI. J Eft HE AD.
The Lnd t ame Ut ftlght After an
■ line** of Five Week*.
Mr. Henry Hteilje* dkd at 9 o’clock last
night at hi* home. No. 3*3 Oglethorie
avenue, west, after an IHne** of five
wek*. the Immediate cau*e of his death
l ing typhoid fever.
.Mr. Bt**llje* wa* quit# a young man and
wa# unusually |>opu)Hr among a Urge cir
cle of frit-iMl*. bedde* l>#lng quit# provnl
nent In fraternal organization* He wa*
a member of Teutonia Ffttge. No 7.
Knight* of Pythias, and captain of T*u
tonia Gompany. No. 3. f the uniform rank,
K of P lie wan also a member of Live
(ak I*ndj;*‘ of (>hl F**Uow’*. and of Ocean
(Tty l>x)g* of the Knight* of the Royal
Mr Btellje* wa* bom near Bremen. Ger
many. Feb 5. IfTTI. rul came to this city
it 188T*. Since 1833 he has l>een in the gr>-
ery busines*. He leave* a wife, but no
•TOR H Pltnß A 111.1 GOftß.
fto Report of It Received Hy the
Weather llnrrnu lai*t ftlght.
The rtagn and th# land rn denoting the
approach of .1 *r.<rm that have been
on the Postofllce buibling elnce 9.46 o’clock
Saturday night, were taken down last
night It 1* evident that the storm that
wa# * x|#-oted from the i-uibaman coast ha#
• Ither petered out or gone off in a dlrec*
•lon contrary from that It was moving
in when the advices were received at the
bureau Saturday, as in the Washington
dispatches last night no mention of it waa
The temperature yesterday was. maxi
mum 79 degrees, and minimum 41, giving
mean of 70. which exceed* by 7 degree*
ae normal, and give* to the month an
*c cumulated excess of heat of 112 degrees,
md to the venr. 146 degree*
The forecast f*r to day and to-morrow
t# for fair weather except tain along the
,-oast Fresh northeast winds may be ex
Ilronuft llol> i'uuml.
The body of Tom Brown, the colored
.vok w lio was lrowne*l from the dredge
four miles below the city Friday, w 1#
found yesterday, near Venus’ Point. Cor
oner Goette wns notlffe*l nml will go
lor the body to-day.
** * 1
1 our ll*** 1 Work
Cannot be done unless you have good
health. You cannot have good health
without pure blood. You may have pure
hood by taking Hood’# Kirsapardki now.
You > annot realize th- good it will do you
until you try If Begin taking it to-day
and see how quickly it will give you an
ippetlte. strength un<l vigor and cure
your rheumstiem, (aturrh or scrofula.
Ail liver life are cured by HooTs Pills.
Tlie l.nt-Mt Idea*.
The successful bidder wins n bargain.
Two beautiful new Singer pianos, latest,
styles, mahogany cases, upright, will he
sold at Domett’s at 11 o’clock. Novem
ber the Rth. to the highest bidder. These
pianos are sold regular in music stores
Hingcr piano* are guaranteed by the
manufacturers for the same length of
time that all ff?>t-rl.'iss piano* are. Call
and examine these le.utiful pianos and
bring your expert Judge with you. and
you will I>e delighted with their tone.guar
antee and their style.
They will be sold at Dorsett’a. Congee#*
street, near Whitaker, to the highest bid
der. at 11 o'clock. November the sth. ami
you will not have a chance in a
day to get as good bargains as you will
at that auction.
Th* celebrated Knabe. makers of the
first gra 1# of p:anoa extant, buy and sell
the H uger pianos, and so with the leading
manufacturers of the T’ntted At ate*.—at!.
r. P. P.. a wonderful medicine; It give*
an appetite It Invigorates and strength
en* P. P. P. cure* rheumatism and a 1
pains in the sale, ba<*k ard shoulders,
knee*, hip*, wrl*t* and Joint* P. P. p.
cures syphilis in all Its various stag*#,
old ulcer*. *ore* nd kidney complaint P
P P. cure* eatarrah. eczema, erysipelas
all skin dlseas#* and m#r urDI roinnomng
P P P. cures dynpepela. chromic female
complaints and bn>k#n-down ''on*tltutlo:
and loss of manhood. P. P P. the best
Hood purifier of the g\ ha* nvadc m re
I* rmanent cure* than J 1 othar b;*ol r m
c*ile. Llppman Bros., *oi* proprietor*.
Savannah. Ga. —atl.
I'n 111*11 i*h * rippln Cider.
Tht* celebrated pure, apple Juice cider,
made in Long Island can be had in pint
or q*eirt bottles d#r* t from the manufac
turers, with their own -tamp, at Llipman
Bros..* Druggist, ftavannah, Ga-iad,
Far Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Window * Soothing Syrup ho# been
used for children teething It soothes the
child, softens the gum*, allay* all pa n
cure* wind colic, and Is the be*t remedy
for Dlarrhora. Twenty-five cents a bottle
—■ ■ T
Jus! rwlvl a U.-* and asxorlsd sui
ply ot school bars and school •upplten,
,11 ai cut ratsa: (rom 10 cants up; siso,
US'ISI large •lock of all th* school books,
now ussd in Chatham county, si Esilils
Nsws Dspot, <5 Bull strsst. Savannah.
A Hl*rh-Orad Institution for Ladlss—
Shortsr Colic*,. Roms. Os. Writs for
Burwell Bearings give it easy-running qualities. No
wheel has greater durability; WM. & H. H.
no wheel a prettier finish. LATTIMORE
have been laid In many of
the comfortable home* In
New York, Boston and
other cities. More cleanly
end economical than < ur
pets. Plain and fancy
floors In id and polished
complete over old floor*,
making a solid and beau
tiful Improvement. Cat
alogue on request Es
timates sent on receipt
of measures of room
Having ** number of floors
to lay In Savannah thl*
month we can quote close
J M ADAMS.
227 N. Gharle** Street.
The rom|)|p|piif of the foor de-
Ie rf mentd mentioned helot* coiii|irla
! m. trillion I not degree of ejtoitMni.
to •*> that Ihe I r etjiial In not to lie
found In *ntfinnnli. n* In P*t>le, I'er
feetion of Filliaih, or na to le%*
I'rlrp#. An Inspection trill eowtlnee
)on tliaat this la no Idle hot**t.
111. 4\ K F.T* AM) nniKORTA.
A l.ir;?e shipment Just receive.l i •
many and with un.ott 1. Come tu.d
cure lh* m at your own price.
A few more fine soiled lilankets ai a
poKTiKfioi aivd TIHI.B rou:n
in Tipcstry and Chenille. Kxqulsfte In de
sign and quality. A look at the*** will In
sure a sale. Our $1 75 and To Porter'*
are creating something of a siir. Cal: id
JACK RTS, CAPRA AAD FIR.*.
The highest possible novelties in t? *
department. Our Furs are the pick cf cfta
market, ranging In price from $1 lo
fcjnOft n will pay you to look at this be
CIHrETH, WATTIWng AW rut.*
l\*e are the acknowledged |e iders It l' '*
line Our Art Rquares and Hmyrna I >■''*
are tieaiilies, at prices that suit the tint •
I>on'f forget the fact thnf we are
allll on top In unr Dress tiod n' l
llotinS Fnrnlthlng |)p|arimrnl.
Ur ritrnd n eoriilal Inrltntlon to
( oorleona frrslnisnt to sll.
The corner Broughton and BirinrJ ,l *-
TO-MORROW MAT INKB ANP NIGHT
Uebler * Co.‘ Initten..- prt .Auction l
Hall Calne a Powerful Play.
Tho end of the Century'" mo*t remarka
hl drnm..tlf triumph.
To be presented here nlth the nii
eomplete a. enlc equipment end pe lai '
feel* employed during IU tnemor.lue en
gagement laet aeaaon
Night Prlcea—<l SD 11 M. 7Sc. Me and3.
Matinee Prleae—’..oo. 71c, 80c and
Seat* now on eale. ,
1 r TOC want good material
and work, order your lithographed •*
printed etatlonery and blank book. fro—
Now*, Savannah, On.