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TITR OMAHA DAILY 1JKE: SUNDAY, XOVEMBKH TO. 1001.
BRIGHT BOY IN HARD LUCK
fid Itorj Told hj t Waif at tli Polio
ARTHUR HUSSIL'S ROUGH EXPERIENCE
arontliful I'nrliirrn In .Mlrry I-'imiiiiI
Siiffcrliiit from I'old it ml Ittiimrr
in it l.nnilirr iiril mill
S ' ;ifii Itellrf.
Arthur llussle of Kurekn Springs, Ark.,
gd 13 years, and Nick Worlds of Wilton,
Kan., aged 11! jcnra, wore picked up by Urn
bolleo about 2 yesterday morning In a lum
lor yard near the west approach of Ihi
Douglas street bridge. Uolh were suffering
from hunger, exposure and homesickness,
nd one was without a coat, having nothing
to protect him from the chill mornliiB air
pave n pair of Jeans trousers and a thlu col
At the slntlon they cro warmed and fed,
and then by demon their story was wrunp
The annals of Nick Worlds arc brief. Ho
rnn away from home ten days ago because
)Ih father wanted him in t to school, and
pined then ban been knocking iioonl the
country In box care. When li li upending
taoney ran out ho pawned hi coat.
im nf I'nor Widow.
The story of Arthur llusslc Is less com
monplace. Ills father Is dead and his
Bother Is a poor widow living at Hureka
tiprlngs, where she supports herself and two
pmall children by taking In VHBhlng. Three
jreari ago Arthur, then a lad of 10, was sent
to work for a fanner named Herman llcr-
Velmoler. five miles hoiiUi of Albion, in
whose employ he remained continuously
until Wednesday of this week. On that day
the farmer drove to Omaha, bringing Ar
thur with him. When It wa time to ro
turn Arthur was nt the appointed place of
meeting, only to learn that his late cm
ployor had gono home without him, nnd then
lie realized that, like Hob Singleton In Ue
Vnn- nnrmtivo. ho wns marooned In a
ntratigc land, penniless, without a "char
.outer" nnd almost without clothes.
Klnce then he haH been looking for work,
subsisting on scraps of food given him by
Jdnd.beartod housewives. Friday, down on
the river front, ho fell In with Nick Worlds.
The iHds compared notes and decided to bo
''partners." When night came on Nick felt
-tho nood of tho coat he had pawned nnu
.Arthur took off his and gave It to his new
When the pollccniAn ran across them nt
P o'clock In tho morning It was Arthur who
vas shivering In bis murtsiecves.
At the station yesterday morning Desk
Bercesnt Ilavey decided to break up the co
partnership. Long practice has given III in
n keen eye for the rending of characters
ml ho decided that Arthur's morals wouiu
not be Improved by association with Nick.
Nick's fnco hod a hardened look, his eyes
were "shifty." and through his close
cropped hair could be seen Innumerable
wears and dents, attesting a pugnnclous
temticrament. So Vntsy gave him n coat
tho aleeves of which had to be turned back
nboilt one-half to enable him to use his
hnnris. nnd sent him bark to Knnsas.
Arthur will be given tho hospitality of the
elation until he can find a Job.
Tho best bargains In the paper are on
tho want ad. pngo. Don't miss them.
Stomachs That Won't Work
iMiint Itctnlii the I'niid nnd Hcfusr to
IIIkpsI II, MnUr tin- lleml Heresy
Hliil Hie .Verve' WenU. Xeril
Mtuurl's n-ioi"lH Tnlilels.
There Is a cure ,for dyspepsia. Sufferers
who bavo tried noxious nostrums will prob
ably bo skeptical, but skepticism vanishes
when Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets nro tried.
Whether tho trouble Is dyspepsia of long
standing, or merely a Nlmplo case of Indi
gestion, relief is prompt and pronounced.
The less trouble the fewer tnblets need bo
Heaviness after eating, sour stomach, ns
Indicated by belching, fallguo with slight
exertion or ,wlth no exertion nt nil. dis
turbed sleep .nervousness, constipation, de
pression, "blues." their things can com
monly be Ret. down as symptoms .of dyspep-
In. And dyspepsia Is merely Indigestion
ln nn aggravated form.
Hy promoting perfect digestion. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets produces strong nerves,
restful, refreshing sleep, pure blood and
good sound healthy flesh. They mnko thu
kin clear, the eyes brlRht, the mind cheer
Mi. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are n medicine
nnd mora than a medicine. They digest the
I food and make It eusy of assimilation, nnd
.they relieve the Inflamed, diseased condl
jtlon of the membraneous linings nnd tho
glands of the stomach slid bowels. They
'help thn digestive organs over tho hard
places and put them Into a healthy, acttvo
condition. They effect a quick nnd per
manent cure. You don't havo to continue
taking them forever, still It Is well to
have n box handy nnd take one at tho first
(return of tho trouble.
Perfectly well people are made sick by
ating' too much, or unwholesome food, but
sot if they tnke n tablet after entlng,
I Treatment with Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
does not necessitate dieting or any change
of habits. Thoy digest the proper food
Imnd scl upon the other kind In such n wny
s to mnko it pass off (illicitly nnd harm
lessly, You may cnt and drink what you
I like, when you like, and ns much as you
llko If you take a tablet afterwnrds.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets nro sold by
, all druggists nt 50 cents for full size pack
I Send to F. A. Stuart Co,, Marshall, Mich.,
for llttlo book on stomach diseases, mailed
The best cabinet made. The simplest Id
construction and the most convenient to
! Ute, .Call and tbem.
TI1C H. J. PENF0LD CO..
Medical and Surgical Supplies.
Itgj Farsam St.
HER CLOTHING IS HER PYRE
Initio llllllnus llurtis tn Dentil no n
lti--.nK of Sllnlil Al
t' I it en I,
Miss Hattle Hillings, aged 20 years, was
fatally burned yesterday afternoon at 5:15
o'clock nt the home of her employer, V.
A. Raunders, 2005 North Nineteenth street,
while preparing the evening meal.
Tho young woman, who wns alone In the
house at the time of the accident, had
started the lire, preparatory to cooking sup-
per, when a live coal flew out of the stove
and Ignited her clothing. Almost Instantly
sho was ablaze and rushed out of tho
kitchen Into the yard. Four young women
who were passing In a carriage saw her
and Immediately went to her assistance,
tlcfore their arrival, however, tho girl was
completely enveloped In flames, her cloth
ing nnd hair being ono solid blaie. Ono
of the strangers took off her own skirt and
throw It over the burning girl. Mrs. Lutle
Ilrynnl, a neighbor, who was attracted by
tho screaming, throw r blanket over the
girl nnd with the nsslstanco of tho four
young women carried her Into the house,
where she shortly nfterward lost conscious
ness. Dr. Italph was summoned nnd had
the mfortunnto young woman removed to
the Clarkson hospital, where sho died nt
Miss Hillings' clothing was burned from
her body. Her face, limbs nnd body were
ono rnnrs of burns. Miss Hillings emtio
to Omaha from Missouri several yenrs aga.
For tho past year Rho has been omployed
by the family of W. A. Saunders, with
whom sho made her home. Her mother Is
dead nnd her father Is supposed to bo In
Mm. Saunders, mother of W. A. Saunders,
said: "Mr. and Mrs. Baundcrs wore nway
from tho housn when the accident occurred.
I had gono to a neighbor's nnd
bad been absent about ten minutes, when I
heard tho Hcreamlng. When I enmo homo
somo women who were passing In a carriage
nnd some of thn neighbors hnd carried her
Into tho house nnd put out tho lire. 1 have
no Idea how the accident occurred unless
a spnrk flew out of the stove nnd set fire
to her dress. Hattle has been with us
nearly a year and we nil loved her. She
was n good, kind nnd faithful girl, nnd
wo nie deeply distressed nt the sad accident.
The young women who were In the carriage
did not tell me their names, but their ac
tion Is very coinmcndablo nnd wo nppre
CAUSK III' !. I.I.IMi II A I It.
llnnilriifT, Which Is n f.'rriu IIIspiisi
Kill tin- l.'rrin.
Falling hair Is caused by dandruff, which
Is a germ disease. The germ In burrowing
In to the root of the hair, where It destroys
thn vitality of the hair, cnusing tho hair to
fall out, digs up tho cuticle In llttlo scnlcn,
called dandruff or scruf. You enn't stop the
falling hnlr without curing tho dandruff
nnd you can't euro the dandruff without
killing the dandruff germ. "Destroy the
cause, you remove the effect." Nowhro's
Herplclde Is tho only hair preparation that
kills tho dandruff germ. Herplclde Is also
n delightful hair dresslnR.
Don't miss reading the want ad. page.
COUNT OF THE COUNTY. VOTE
Otllclnl ('aiivnss Sees n Utile Unit
Miiuemlered, lint o C'Iiihikc
Tho fourth precinct of the Third ward
wns a bone of discord nt the counting of
tlie ballots Saturday afternoon. The un
official returns tabulated by the county
clerk were admittedly erroneous and were
rot taken Into consideration In estimating
relative majorities, but Just what figures
woro teturned by the election officers were
a point upon which tho representatives of
tho Interested candidates could not agree.
Harry Miller claimed that according to the
count ho had mndc a gain of seventy-four
votes In that product, tho llgures or tho
official count being: Miller 128, Unltt 8t,
Thero wns one precinct of the Fourth
ward which had not been returned un
officially to tho clork. It was counted yes
terday and gnve Unltt thirty-flvo majority.
On checking up In tho other precincts Miller
lost six votes, making his totnl loss forty
one, nnd according to his contention giving
him n net gnjn for the day of thirty-three.
Ho now claims n majority of eighty-six nnd
Is conceded eighty nn tho returns so far
It was tho Fourth precinct of the Third
ward which gave Harry P. Deuel his only
gain yesterday, this being twonty-two over
that shown by tho unofficial returns, In
tho First precinct of tho Fourth ward ho
lost one, making his net gain twenty-one.
A mistake wns discovered In one prerlnct
which reduced tho vote for Ilcrka nnd Con
nolly ten each, the llgures 129 being read
139, The changes In tho other offices were
slight, having no effect upon the general re
are quickly cured by Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, loosens
tho cough, relieves the lungs nnd opens tho
secretions, effecting a permanent cure. It
counteracts nny tendency of a cold to result
In pneumonia. It is pleasant to tnke, both
adults, nnd children like It. For salt by nil
Tho want ad. pago Is tho poor man's mar
ket place. Small prlco and big profits.
MILLARD RIFLES MUSTER IN
rrr Com p nny of (he Vntliinnl (Sunrd
to He Nvrorn Mondny
Monday evening .t tho hall, corner of
Sixteenth streot nnd Capitol avenue, tho
Mlllnrd Rllles, slxty-ono strong, will be
mustered Into tho N.itlonnl guard of the
stnte of Nebrnska wilh tho following com
missioned officers: T. A. Hnughmnn, II
C. Stafford, first licutonants; Roy H
Walker, second lieutenant. Tho mustering
officer will be Colonel Brown of Wake
field, Judgo advocate general of tho guard
It is expected that nt tho services there
will bo present llrlgadlur General L. W.
Colby, RrlRadlcr General P. II. narry,
Colonel William Haywurd of Nebraska City
and Colonel Archer of Heatrlce. Tho
Thurston Rifles and Omaha Guards will he
out In force to welcome the new company
Into the scrvlco of tho state. After tho
muster n dance will follow.
lllisrr VHtlon I'nrlnr Cars lletwren
Oinnlin nnd .Sloni City
Via the Northwestern Line. In addition to
tho Parlor Cnrs and Observation Cafe Cars
which aro run dally between Omaba, Sioux
City and the "Twin Cities" on trains lenv
InR Omaha at 6:55 a. in,, arriving Sioux
City 10;05 n. nii and leaving Sioux City
i lu p, m arriving at Omaha 10:25 p, m,
tho Chicago & Northwestern railway has
placed In service between Omaha and Sioux
City Observation Parlor Cars. leaving Sioux
City 12i50 p. m., dally, arriving at Omaha
3:50 p. m.. and leaving Omaha 7:50 p. in.
arriving Sioux City 11:05 p. m. This lm
provement In the servlco will no doubt still
furthor popularize this already favorite line
The lieo prints moro paid want ads. than
any puier lu Omaha. WhyT Results count
Woman's Work in Club and Charity
Mrs. Carrie Chapman-Catt, president of elimination nnd dlscr mln.iMon, nnd that The Department of Kthles and Philosophy
the National American Woman's Suffrage It wan the part of the woman to emphasize will hold Its regular meeting nt 4 o'clock
association, with Mrs. Frank Young of the reality of tho ll,i''cn and to keep It on Tuesday afternoon.
Hrokcn How, president of tho Stnte Suffrage In prominence. Mrs. Mary Gerard Andrews .
association, arrived In Omaha nt noon yes- spoko of the "Woman in the Professions," The new children's Industrial school
terday, and with the tnembers of tho expressing It ns her opinion that of all the opened In the basement of Trinity Ca-
Omaha Equality club conducted a confer- professions there are thr-n for which thedrut at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning,
ence In the afternoon at tho First Presby- women are especially suited- teaching, tho the classes for the present being under the
terlan church. Mrs. C. W. Damon pre- ministry md medicine, owing to the In- direction of Miss Magec. The cooking
tided. lierent sympathy of her nature. school apparatus from the old Child Pav-
Tho program opened with a umber, A question box followed, the members of ing Instltuto building ban been purchased
"Sweet and Low," by the Ccclllan quartet, the audience writing questions regarding and movedto the now local lou and tho nw
followed by nn Invocation by Dr. Newton M. ruffrnge, which Mrs. Catt answered, this classes will tncludo many of tho children
Mann, and n vocal solo by Mrs. Ilene 11. concluding the program. who formerly attended tho Institute school,
Coc. The address of the afternoon was - There nro to bo classes In sewing nnd
made by Mrs. Frank Young, who spoke on The evening's program opened at S cooking,
tho general woman's suffrage, subject. o'clock with three vocal numbers by Mrs. 1
A symposium followed, Prof. C. O. Pcarso Kcne Hamilton Coc, accompanied by Mr. Miss Magee has announced thnt she will
speaking of the "Twentieth Century Oscar Oarclsscn, followed by a violin solo receive donations of clothing and Thanks
Woman in the School." In his opinion, by Mr. Kduard Onrclsscn. Mrs. C. W. giving offerings for the poor, nt Tenth
this tencher will not bear tho marks of Damon then Introduced Mrs. Catt, who Street City mission, and nttend to Its (Us
her profession, na It Is claimed the teacher spoko on "Kcnl Democracy." She opened trlbutlon among the worthy poor of that
of todny docs, but will lo n winsome crcn- with tho statement that the enfranchise- and other districts of the city,'
turo Just like other women who will "love" ment of tho women of the I'nlted States is 1
pretty gowns, rings nnd social affairs, and Inevitable, and that the only questions In appreciation of tho assistance of the
will take tlmo for them, nnd so be the bet- now nro when nnd where, first. She fot- Needle Work Oulld In furnishing over 1,500
ter fitted to minister to the true necessities lowed tho progress nnd advancement of new garments to tho various charitable In
of the pupils under her care. Dr. Freda women up to their present attainments, ma- stltutlons of tho rlty. theso organizations,
tankton npoke of the "Twentieth Century terlal and Intellectual, and stated the oh- among which nre the Ylsltlng Nurses' ns
Woman In the Home," expressing It as her Jcctlons offered to their enfranchisement soelntlon, Creche, Child Saving Institute,
belief that tho effect of the clubs, business nnd then with statistics nnd logical nrgu- Old Ladles' Homo, Hancrofl Homo, Tenth
life nnd other avenues Into which tho ment showed their Inconsistency and ns- Street City mission and many others, wish
women of the day nro ndvancing will bo to sured her audience thnt women offered the to publicly thank tho members of tho Oulld
rIvo her the better understanding of her very remedies of which society stands In for the aid It has rendered In Its eollco
slsteni and nf tho real struggles of tho need. Hon and distribution of theso garments.
world and so develop In her a broader sym- .
pnthy that must the better preparo her for After her address MUs Laura A. OreRg "Tho Removal of Hill Hoards" will be the
her office as homemaker.
Dr. H. C. Herring spoko on the "Twcn-
tleth Century Woman In thn Church nnd
Philanthropy." Ho Bald that her prcsenco
thero necessitated two things on her part,
BECAUSE HE TOLD THE TRUTH
loj Will tho Oonfidiic of Jadgo Baker
bj lit Fraaknoii.
HAD SMASHED TUfO SLOT MACHINES
Culprit Tell n Plain Story of Ills
Conduct nnd Jrt n Itcwnrd
He Little Looked
It takes something smoother than a dis
abled slot machine to short-chango 13-ycar-old
Tho boy deposited a penny in a gum ma
chine and the coveted pink packagn of guru
did not drop into his hand. Ho Immediately
smashed tho machlno with n stone and re
covered his penny. Seeking another slot
machine he again deposited his penny nnd
drew n blank. This machine was nlto com
pelled to glvo up the boy's penny.
Patrolmen tcscntcd Leigh's method of
evening up scores with the slot machines
and arrested him. Ho was brought before
Judge linker yesterday morning for trial.
"Did you break a slot machine?" tho Judge
"I broke two of them," the boy replied In
a firm voice.
"Why did you do that?"
"Hecauso I put pennies Into them to get
gum and they wouldn't work," Leigh re
plied with mnnly Independence.
"Did you tnke nnythlng out of the ma
chines besides your penny?"
"No, sir," the boy answered.
"Don't you know that It wasn't right to
break tho machines open?"
"Yes, sir, but It wasn't right for tho ma
chines to have my money either when f
didn't got any gum," was tsio douhle-headed
Judge Baker then asked the little fellow a
few questions about his home and found
that ho Is an orphan who came to Omnha Mr wnreham, to nrrango the material for
from St. Louis a few months ngo nnd makes tll(1 nnnua Register. A prominent feature
bin living by selling papen on the streets. ! of tho (tCrnoon was a comical debate rcu
ilo sleeps at tho Salvation Army home for I (,,rP,i by Messrs, Arnold. Iluck, Clark and
worklngmon when ho has money enough to chrlstlc. Tho society will hold nn open
pay for his lodging. meeting November 19. Messrs. Hicks, Hlg-
"Wlll you behnve yourself If 1 discharge ' n.i rnrvcll w ill take nart In the
you?" JudRe linker asked the llttlo prls-
"Yes, sir," the boy replied with the nlr
of a man who has never dono anytntng
wrong In his llfo. He looked straight Into
the Judge's eyes nnd had nono of the
hang-dog oxpresslon of the crook.
What will you do It I turn you loose:
the Judge continued.
"I'll go down to tho newspnper offices,
get some papers and make money enough
to get back to St. Louis."
"Havo you any money?" Judge IlaKer
"No, sir," was tho prompt reply.
"Then, how will you get papers?"
"Why. they'll trust me," Leigh re
sponded, with the confidence of a man
whoso note is bankable in any quarter or
'I guess I'll discharge you," .lunge
Daker remarked In a confidential tone, ns
he slid n dollnr Into the boy's hand. "Oct
yourBolf n good dinner and leave slot nia
chlnos alono hereafter."
'I'll do that. The gum In tho machines
Isn't" good nny way."
Kindness was something new to the boy.
Coplpy for out stocl bend bngs.
Copley for solid gold knives.
Copley for solid gold elgnr cutters.
Copley for (torhnm solid silver.
Copley for Hawks' celebrated cut. pins?,
Copley for Uncut line KHONY (JOODS.
Copley for candle sticks, cnndclabrns.
Copley for diamond rlnps.
Copley for watchcs-We say again
Copley for Watches
WARES OF GOLD AND SILVER,
15 SOUTH 10TII ST., l'AXTOM 11 LOCK,
Epcltt Wtch r.arolnr n. M. lly.,
ChUf Watch lnipttor O. fl. L. Hy., O.
K. C. A V Ky. nil K. C. & N. It.
$1.00 per Suit to $0.00
Black the $2.50 Hatter
107 S. Kith Street
spoke briefly of the state, campaign of tho
past two weeks, with the result of nddlng
many now members to the Omaha Kquallty
club. The program closed with a number
by tho Ccclllan Ladles' quartet.
Tears shono In his eyes as ho turned to
leavo the court room. As he passed out
tho door several attorneys who heard his
testimony thrust quarters Into his hand nnd
remarked that their faith In street urchins
HlKli School Notes.
A number of the advanced clnsses have
received their second unit enrds.
A number of Plattsmntith High school
teachers visited thu school last week.
Tho C. T. C. have postponed their meet
ing to November lt on account of tho foot
Tho Webster Oratorical society held n
short business meeting Tuesday afternoon.
The purpose of this meeting was similar to
that of the Alice Cary.
The signal corps has ngreed to practice
every Friday evening, but wns unable to
do so last Friday on account of the de
parture of Its director. Mr. Dicks, from
Tickets were Issued Inst week for tho
Omnha High school foot ball gamo to be
played ngalnst Minneapolis High school on
Thanksgiving day. Kvory pupil took nt
lenst one ticket and Home took ns many
as fifty to sell to the different business
houses of the city.
A business meeting was held Friday
afternoon by the Allco Cary society. After
n long discussion It wns decided that thoy
should havo three pages of the annual Reg
ister set aside for them. This society is
nnxlous to have Its part of the Register
difforefit from tho other societies, so de
cided that the president's picture should
be excluded. An Interesting history of the
sorlety will be written by Miss Murdock.
The pupils In the drawing department
will commence on their Christmas posters
next week. Theso posters will be sold tq
tho highest bidder. The money realized
will bo used to furnish tho drawing room
In the new High school with statues, pic
tures, etc. Posters were sold very suc
cessfully last year.
A Inrge number of boys attended the
Deraostbenlnn meeting Tuesday afternoon.
The president appointed n committee, con
sisting of Mr. Stnndeven, Mr. Mooro aud
n 'I'rensurer for I'orto llli-n.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9 Tho president
today appointed William F. Williughby of
the District of Columbia treasurer of the
Island of Porto Rico. Mr. Wllloughby will
succeed Jncob Hollander of Maryland, who
resigned tome time ago.
When Making a Present
of a box of candy be sure that you pet
tho best -An Inferior quality of candy
Is far from acceptable -Our candy is the
best you can pot- It Is made of pure
mateiinls and Is absolutely bnrmless
Delicious confectionery Is tin; kind wo
mulct; and soil Then we have a way of
packing our candles which appeals io
the Judgment of fastidious people Out
boxes look appetizing when they nre
opened-Caieful handling has almost as
much to do with candy goodness as pood
quality and skill In mnklng.
W. S. Balduft
1520 Farnata 3L
We Are Hunting
for an order from you for a hunting sweater
or shooting Jacket, which is In our line of
goods thnt we manufacture. You can pick
your colors and wo will mako It up for you.
Como in and seo our dead grass color for
hunting sweaters that we mako. It's tho
real thing. In thin cold weather you surely
want a pair of golf gloves or woolen mit
tens, Our nssortmeut Is tho largest In town
In this line. We nlways show you bettor
valuo for your money than anywhere else.
If you need yarn of nny description scnl
your mall ordor to us. Wo fill them prompt
ly and tako tho samo pains to match them
for you ns If you would yourself. Ilettor
try ua next time.
Jos. F. Bilz
Tho most completo yarn store in ths west.
Tel, 1993. 322 So. 16th St,
Mall orders promptly filled.
Tl- ..i ... . , . . .... .
mat are maun mi toniiori ana
particular all made of standard leathers in tho latest and most approved fashions
by experts whoso work cannot bo questioned or criticised. Just such Shoes as
women of good sense and refined taste! demand and such as our enviable reputation
has built for us. MONDAY you can chooio from this .NKW LOT of Ilox Calf, Wax
Calf, Enamel Leather. Patent Leathers
J1.00 and $5.00; 20 new styles. Trice, $3.60 and $3.00. All widths and sizes.
The Rochester Shoe Co,,
1515 Douglas Street.
subject on Monday nfternoon's meeting of
the Political nnd Social Science depart-
ment of the "Woman's club, Mrs. Ocorgn
Thompson to read a paper on what has been
accomplished In Omnha nnd other places.
SUGAR CUT HELPS CONSUMERS
Itelnllern Clvr Their Customers
lie n ell of (he Iteilnoltiiu
According to tho statements of Harry
Fischer, secretary of tho Omaha Itctnll
Grocers' nssociatlon, tho retail dealers are
giving tho consumers tho bencllt of tho re
duction In tho wholeBalo price of sugar.
Tho wholesale price was 15.41 per hun
dredweight nnd tho reduction of $1.HS per
hundredweight brought It to $1.23, making
It possible for retailers to receive nlmost
their usual profit nnd Bell nt C cents a
There Is some difference of opinion ns to
tho result of this cut somo of the Jobbers
contending thnt tho reduction will continue
until It becomes tho established price,
whllo others maintain that It will follow
the 3-eont price mado in ccrtnln localities
by the American Sugar nellnlng company
a few weeks ngo.
Representatives of tho American Hoot
Sugar company still mnlntaln that $4.25 Is
not "tho market prico" contemplated In
their contracts, nnd that upon dcliery
they will bo warranted In collecting n price
10 per cent below $5.41. which they contend
Is still tho market price. Tho beet sugar
people hnvo mado no deliveries elnco tho
reduction In prlco mado by tho refining
From Coopcravllle. Mich., comes word of
a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting
liquid that when used beforo retiring by nny
ono troubled with a bad cough nlwnys en
sures n good night's rest. "It will soon
euro tho cough, too." writes Sirs. S. Hlmol-
uurger. ror mreo generations our
family hns used Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption and never found Its equal
for Coughs nnd Colds." It's an unrlvnled
llfo snver when used for desperato lung
diseases. Guaranteed bottles, 5uo nnd $1 at
Kubn & Co.'s. Trial bottles free.
Don't miss reading tho want ad. page.
Fall Negligee Shirts
Thoy aro tho best and most stylish
In Uncle Sam's broad domain and
here Is the modest price $1.00.
Ther Kelley & Iieydcn,
Make Shirts 10th & chicaga
set vice, i neso ar rename snnes in every
and Kid Vlcl, No bolter sold elsewhero at
.New Catalogue Now Ready.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
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Do You Have Rheumatism? Have You Bladder
or Uric Acid Trouble?
To Prove thnt SWAMP-ROOT, the Great Kidney ntick
Bladder Remedy, will do for YOU, all our Readers
may have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail.
rnln or dull ncho In tho back la unmis
takable evidence of kidney trouble. It Is
Nnturo's timely wnrnlng to how you that
tho track of health is not clear.
It tlieso danger signals aro unheeded,
moro serious icsults aro suro to follow;
Drlght's disease, which is tho worst form
of kidney trouble, may steal upon you.
Tho mild nnd the oxtrnordluary effect nf
tho world famoiM kidney aud bladder rem
edy, Swnmp-Koot, Is soon realized. It
stnnds tho highest for Its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases. A trial will
convlnco anyone and you may linvn n snni-
plo bottle for tho asking.
Lame back Is only ono symptom of kidney
trouble ono of many. Othur symptom
showing that you need Swamp-ltoot are,
obliged to pass water often during tho day
nnd to get up many times nt night, inability
to hold your urine, smarting or Irritation In
passing, brick dust or sediment in tho 1
urine, catarrh of the bladder, uric acid,
constant headache, dizziness, sleeplessness,
nervousness, Irregular heart-beating, rheu
matism, bloating, Irritability, worn-out
feeling, lack nf ambition, loss of flesh, sal
If your water when allowed to rcmnln
undisturbed In a glass or hottlo for twenty-four
hours, forms a sediment or settling
1h n woman's shoe at $:i.50 In tlie ex
troinn Htylea wide extennlon edge sole
rope studied styles that cannot lie
found iinywhoro else lu Omaliti In a
$:i.!0 shoe just such a shoe as you
would have to pny for We linvn
theso lu all the sizes and widths and
leathers Ilox calf viol kid enamel and
pateut leather Wo know this shoe will
please you In style, comfort, wear and
price When you are shopplne; Monday
Just drop In and let us show you this
new ?:i.f0 speclnl If you decide, to buy
you izet your money back If you are not
Drexel Shoe Co,,
Krrr Fall Cntnlnunn Kovr Ilendr.
Omaha's I'-t-date Mine House.
14111 KARNAM NTHKI3T.
Echoes from New York
"Whllo It Is true that the full product
of tho Knabo factory Is sold for several
months to como, Knabo dealers say that
Knabo customers aro willing to wait a
little rather than forego thq lifelong
pleasure and satisfaction of owning this
Incomparable piano." Music Trado Re
view, Nov. 2, 1001.
Fortunately wo liavo a flue stock of
theso renowned pianos for our holiday
trade but an early selection Is advis
able We nlways take pride In showing
theso celebrated Instruments.
Muslt and Art. 1513-1515 DiukIm.
Warm Up How?
Tho best and tho cheapest way to do It
Is to leavo It to us Wo'll put ono of our
Favorite Huso Burners In your homo that
will keep you warm nnd U won't cost a
fortune to run It cither No other stovo
mado glvos tho samo satisfaction and
fills tho bouse with tho sumo amount nf
hent from nn equal amount of coal Wo
sell theso wonderful heaters from (20 up
Then w havo tho Kavorltn Steel range
tho best ran go known And wo nro tho
agents for tho Majestln Stcol range tho
greatest range mado We'd llko to havo
live minutes of your tlmo to talk stovu
tulk to you.
A. C. Raymer
Uulldcrs' Hardware mid Tools.
1514 Farnam St.
or has a cloudy nppenrnnce, It Is evtdonen
thnt your kidneys nnd bladder need Im
mediate, at tent Inn.
In taking Swnmp-Koot you afford natural
help to Nature, for Swatnp-Iloot Is thn
most perfect heuler nnd gentle alii to tho
kidneys that Is known to medical sclonce.
Swump-ltoot Is tho great discovery of
Dr. Kilmer, tho eminent kidney nnd bladder
specialist. Hospitals uso it with womlurful
Huccoss In both slight nnd aovcro cases.
Dostors recommend It to their patients nnd
uao It lu tholr own families, beemtso they
recognize In Swnmp-Hoot tho greatest and
most nucressful remedy.
If you havo tho slightest symptom of kid
ney or bladder trouble, or If thero Is a traco
of It In your family history, nend nt once
to Or. Kilmer & Co., Illngliamlon, N. Y.,
who will gladly send you freo by mall. Im
mediately, without cost to you, n snmplc
hottlo of Swunip-Koot nnd u book of won
derful Hwamp-Hoot testimonials. Ho sure,
to say that you read this generous offer In
Tho Omuba Sunday live.
If you aro already convinced that Swnmp
Koot Is what you need, you can purchnss
the regular fifty-cent nnd nno-dollnr sizo
bottled nt drug stores. Don't mako nny
mistake, but remember tho namo, Swnmp
Koot, Dr. Kllmor's Swamp-Itoot, and tho
address, Illnghamton, N. Y.
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