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BEVERIDGE VERSUS CHILD LABOR
INSTITUTE 1334 0
SUCCESSFULLY TREATS DIS
EASES of WOMEN'. NERVOUS
ANI CHRONIC Diseases. Con
Mtipation, Piles, Vnricocele. Ca
tarrh of Stomach, and Bowel
Troubles of nil kind. We make
a thorough and scientific exami
nation of your ailments FREE of
XUtAUGE. We have devoted
many years to the study of this
class of diseases. Can cure yon
if your case is cnralde. Until
Dec. 1, will take cases at $5 per
month, medicine furnished. If
von cannot call, write. Office
iiours to 13. 2 to r; nights, 7 to
8; Sundays. 2 to 4.
We are expert cleaners, dyers m
and finishers of Ladies' and uen- C
tl anion's Clothing of all kinds. H
The.-, finest dresses a. specialty. M
THE NEW FiRlu. E
B rj. C. WOOD & CO.
A FOR PRICELIST.
PHONES: Bell, 147. Auto, 1292.
1320 N St. - - Lincoln, Neb.
1 PRE WITT'S!
3 PHOTO GALLERY
1214 O STREET
When you want a
ci oo i photograph
call and see my
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..ORSON'S SORE THROAT CIRC.
Good for Tonsilitis.
Office of W. M. LINE, M. D.
Germantown, Neb.. Feb. 8, 1904
t have had most excellent results
with Gilson's Sore Throat Cure in dis
eases of the '.hroat and mucous lin
ings. . I find Us application in tonsi
litis and ' cases where a false mem
brane exists in tli - throat, as in
diphtheria, to have an immediate ef
fect, loosening and removing the mem
brane, and thereby at once relieving
this distressing sensation of smother
ing noted in these cases. My clinical
experience with Gilson's Sore Throat
Cure has proved to Its value and 1
au heartily recommend it to all as a
safe and reliable preparation for the
ttisease it is recommended--.
W. M. LfciEY M1. D.
Grad. L.I.-C. '93.
Address all orders to
Afrs. S. J. Oilson, - Aurora, Neb
Through Daily Trains
Is renowned for Us fast trains,
perfect roadbed, and the geueral
superiority of its service and
equipment. It is the direst line
Salt Lake City,
San Francisco, Los Angeles.
Passengers via this line can
reach Western points many
hours quicker than over any
other route, hence there are
. fewer incidental expenf.es on the
A Saving of Time and Money
Be sure your tickets read
" Inquire of
' E. B. SLOSSON,
Indiana Senator Has a Scheme to De
stroy This Great Evil.
Richmond, Ind., Nov. 19. At a
meeting here yesterday of represen
tatives of the Young lien's Christian
associations of Indiana and Ohio, Sen
ator Albert J. Beveririge stated that
the opening day of the coming session
of Congress he intends to Introduce a
bill prohibiting the labor of children
throughout the country and a bill to
make more rigid the inspection law.
He s'lid the child labor bill will pro
vide that no railroad, steamship,
steamboat or other carrier of inter
slate commerce should transport or
accept for transportation the product
of any factory or mine that employed
children under 11 years of age. The
bill, ho said, would provide that every
carrier of interstate commerce should
require an affidavit from every factory
or mine owner shipping its producj
that it did not employ children under
14 years of age, the form of the affi
davit to be prescribed by the depart
ment of commerce and labor or the
interstate commerce commission with
heavy penalties, both civil and crim
inal, for violation of th law.
The bill if it becomes a law, he be
lieves will stop the practice of ruining
future citizenship by working chil
dren of tender ages in mines and fac
tories. There is no other way he said,
to reach this growing evil. A federal
statute cannot be passed directly con
trolling the factories and mines In
the states. That is the province of
the states, but Congress has absolute
power over railroads, boats, ships and
other agencies of interstate commerce,
and unlimited power under the consti
tution to provide that they- shall not
carry the products of factories and
mines that employ children.
The bill to amend the meat inspec
tion' law will require putting the date
of inspection on every can of meat
product and the packers to pay the
cost of inspection. These two provi
sions he said, are 'demanded by the
people and agitation for them will not
cease until these provisions become a
part of the law.
LITTLEFIELD A COWARD.
Attacks Gompers But Insists on Ex
cluding the Reporters.
Congressman Charles E. Littleflold
was the chief speaker at the banquet
of the National Founders' Association
in Washington on November IS. This
association is opposed to unions and
favors the 'open shop." Naturally
they asked Littlefield to address them,
knowing that he was of their kidney.
Littlefield started in to "roast" Sam
uel Gompers, whom he denounced as
a "lomenter of disorder. Speaking of
the anti-injunction bill advocated by
Mr. Gompers and now before the house
of representatives, he said it was an
act which sought to give the labor
men "the right to conspire to commit
murder, to . threaten, to intimidate, to
coerce. In other words, to make con
spiracy, thnt seeks the destruction of
property and even of life, not a crime."
At this point the reporters were
asked to leave the room as Mr. Little
field said he was not speaking for pub
lication. He was very much excited
and spoke with much feeling.
But despite hi3 "feeling" Littlefield
remembered enough to ask that the re
porters be excluded. He did not dare
say it openly so Gompers could an
swer. He preferred to snealc behind
closed doors. . That is the measure of
Charles E. ' Littlefield. But when
Samuel Gompers has anything to say
about any man, or any policy, he Is
man enough to say it openly, and don"t
you forget it.
MAY CHANGE DATE.
The cigarmakers'- record for the
ycar-slioWB:' Charters issued. 12; sur
rendered, 10. Number of strikes, 100;
won, 84; compromised, 6; lost, 7; 1
disapproved. Number of persons in
volved, 10,1807,835 union, 2,045 non
union benefitted 10,123, worsted 57.
Offers of reductions in wages have
lieeu successfully resisted. Death ben
efits $162,818.82, sick benefits $165,
f17.80. traveling benefits, $35,293.93.
Strike benefits $9,820;8S.
. LABOR FAIR
See our display of union-made tel?
I hones at the Union Labor Fair. Use
A. F. of L. May Meet in September,
Before the Elections.
That the American Federation of
Labor is in politics to stay antl to play
the game on practical lines is the only
inference to be drawn from the sur
face straws of the convention. There
is already a demand for a more definT
ite plan of political organization and
action. Though the subject may not
be tackled directly in the present con
vention, there is more than a possi
biltty that the time of future conven
tions may be changed from the middle
of November to the middle of Septem
ber, thus bringing conventions of cam
palgn years especially, before the date
of election. The purpose is to bring
the representatives of the national or
ganizations and local bodies from all
parts of the country together before
election, in time to add impetus and
enthusiasm to the political campaign
Galveston plumbers to the number
of seventy-five are out. They want
02 cents per hour and ST1, for help
ers. Three shops have signed up. The
plumbers show gains for the year as
follows: Charters issued 59; surrend
ered 36. Gain in membership 1,133.
Number of strikes 44; won 39, com
promised 3, lost 2. Number of per
sons Involved 1,524. Death benefits
$6,500, sick benefits $29,475. Cost of
THERE'S REAL PLEASURE IN LIVING
When the Thermometer Reaches Zero, and You are
Equipped with a Fur Overcoat and Good Woolens
Without them you look upon cold weather the chill and exposure with dread and discomfort, and in the end
this means poor health. Yon can be absolutely protected inside a STERLING ARCTIC COAT, FUR MITTENS
and WOOLEN UNDERWEAR.
GOOD CLOTHES ARE AN INVESTMENT AND NOT AN EXPENSE
We have them in exceptional values. A glance at them will convince you of their good quality and service.
Here are a few of the Coats we carry and the prices:
Rocky Mountain Sheep Skin . .$16.50
Black Dog Skin . ... . ... . 16.50
Russian Calf Skin '. . . .$22.50, $25 and $27.50
Galoway Calf Skin .: , $25 and $27.50
Wambat Skin : $25 and $27.50
Cloth Fur-Lined Coats $30 to $50
A splendid stock of Sheep-Lined Duck Coats.
EVERYTHING TO WEAR IN
MEN'S and BOYS'
That Cold Weather Suggests
And at Moderate Prices
"A Good Place to Buy Good Clothes"
- a At this time of prosperity and good-cheer Thanksgiving means happi-
r 1 1 Z3k 1 f t I I im C X ' nes3. To more fully appreciate the spicy dinners and the ' relaxation
M. M. M a. m. 1 H M 1 and rest of the da v," your home should -be brightened with some new
m.wo ,.e fnrifnro Vpti,liv l-itfTion slinrilrl lu aa waII nTiiTmfl as nosKiljle. tor no Dlace oroauces more inanKssnvinsr cneer man tne Kitcnen, m
nrrW tr frti-niah vnnr Iciti-Vipn ninrlf-rnlv and in t.hfi Vmst. manner. VOll should DUt in a HOOSI E F? KITCHEN CABINET. This
net is without, an equal on the market. It has special features found on no other Kitchen Cabinet. We want to demonstrate this Cabinet to you.
is the time to buy. A new shipment just received. In the medium priced Kitchen Cabinets we have the National.
80 6 33 llgpj
A High Grade
This Cabinet is nude
in the best workman
like manner of white
maple, with leaded
glass doors; smooth
wood top. A Large
swinging flour bin,
and plenty of room
for kettles and dishes.
complete . -
Another Attractive Value
In our new Bargain
Basement we are dis
playing many new
designs in Queens
ware and Cooking
Utensils. This ele
with green and white
decorations, we offer
you for this J &f
week at 1 SJU
Look at This
We are Closing out one line of
good Cooking Stoves At Cost.
Come and see. Buy today.
THE A. D. BEN WAY COMPANY
1112 O STREET. - ; -
flake fine Xmas presents. Pick
out one we'll save it for you.
As an extra inducement, notice
7 Jewel, 35-year filled case . .$14.00
15 .Towel, 33-year filled case. .16.50
17 Jewel, 25-year rilled case. . 21.50
Examine our line of Solid-Gold Gent's
Chas. W. Fleming
1311 O Street
Patronize Home Industry
AND USE 1
A VERY HIGH PATENT
ammmmm m mmmm'
A STANDARD FLOUR
THAT WE GUARANTEE
Tliese Flours are made from the finest Nebraska
Hard Winter WHeat. . Remember that every sack
of Flour milled in Lincoln has our name on it.
The Laboring Man
SHOULD ENJOY EVEN BETTER (
COMFORTS THAN THE MAN
OF MEANS AND LEISURE
an the home is one of the most appreciated comforts one can
possess. It drives .away dull care, enlivens the weary, and
brings joy to the sorrowing.
Considering the benefits, it is the least expensive necessity
you can get.
The laboring man can buy a Piano of us at such terms
that he will never miss the amount paid.
Come in and see our fine line of high-grade Pianos and
learn our plan of selling and how we save you $50.00 on a
AND Ft 13 F AIRING
r U IN I IN Ci
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
135 SOUTH 11th STREET LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
OTHER STORES AT
OMAHA SOUIX CITY COUNCIL BLUFFS SOUTH OMAHA
The best Coal in the city
for Heater. Kange or
iurnace; per ton
) A splendid Coal for the
Coarse JNUt ) Nut. per ton
A FULL LINE OF COAL, COKE, WOOD AND MATERIAL.
Lump and )
Washed Egg j
BELLIr Whitebreast Coal & Lumber Co., 1106 O
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