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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1902)
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IT 15 POIKTTVL
Toi:; r ana F
t l.-eal (rrllrMlnri ! lut
Most renie.ii.., fnr the irea'n-rm rif a 1
Isrrh are In the fo--m or aprava mba'cri
rcmflera. shes or sahrs. 1 purely ).., i-l 1
! I !'i enc u.un of iVgi often Bn-
mpemrr rrlie!. bi ho reason nnrr of'
-rprm n-rr really cure chronic ra arrh y
t-ecaua- .sia:rh - i,c: l -u,.tw an.i '.ier
it itvi.i-i I ( j: t(j tr r 1 ns. te 1 TMiii
lo-ral t5 mi iciat .
moreover. nc n r- m 'ic...s Inrma rf
catarrh, like ra.arrh of tbe nomnfa and '
"aiarrb of tbe liro-.u Viil tubes, cannot . ,
reached at all by local mpll a'inna and the '
fsc-1 that nceW;rt ca-:rrb of lb- head i
Tr;- toon inte-lvr the hromhial lubes.
'oTna-h acd liver, dcn-mcf-irsics tht ihe
-J'sr-are Is i blnnd disorder
malady and nut ai all a lor- I disease
To real'v cure u:arr'j the ttitrn qiiii
(FKOlRLSS of the campaign
" rul i .nc In Thnr Lr.il
CERCLF LiTtRARY RUPIMJ VLP.Y ACTIVE
rf lncfl (laii-nina l.irr
I ft' ilir llallalna of ihr
-"! It la a ririmlda for -na-
thres men mho romptet5 mi'h Merger for
the nomination h! ir to try again. nd
everrne admit tha e.b-r Trs't. Cornish
or Fi'orn rnuld rcrrmand tb full repub
lican vote lhat mould insure an election. C A
Then there is .tohn L. Kennely ard HsTv ' T
Brome, ho mere m the running m-th Pave i ff
once h-fore and should not rave the door'
closed in front of them forever. There are 1 w
throo Jolpra on lh- hn(h mho tnlrht !! ; V
look for promotion to onr! Juflp pnt
trr. .1ud Etol'o and Judef Vinaonl:alr.
If you oul3 ltK.k around amnrt ihr la-
I yrra aororal othrr monld ! found
Tlif it'!iii of Mr. Mcrira
dvHpTiii a-vrral fratu'-n of tho railroad
j alliance hirn if ha kint him with itf
i r hn I ft a.ir-Tw a aiffmntlr r-ativa faaa
a roni;i,U;i,,nal , brn mid, nf' of ,b,
I ttlor raciftr. and thoo bo did licit talk
1.1.. .f M .... ,w .. r. , 1 '. i.r .... Kr
. I'-piip- .i ii uiu in; nrrni -ot"nn oy an
iBiTnal n-mofly mhi'li ai-is t ftfUicly up.n
Ik.. ft.ln. . Ii....
iri- prfiisp !! i oo nwa wbw ibr- hi
hr rlfiion of Yorcr and that tric-y more
a ' oneriotial
! lion, amotiit thrm Ia( E.
John C. Wharton. B;.ron r,
latupann 1 Howard H Buldric. V. J
their tiBinfd.rt" aup'-nor for a demonstra
tion of ranral auaFinn. Tby ire told thtt
The aiic reaa of a ne f at.arrh r-niedy.
S.iirrfa (a-ar:! TJ.J ;a. t tHcanae it
Irloa out of the yarem th-oiijb naMtrtl
rhannrla the ratarrhal poiaon and tbe
mu'-U'iua Hn i nar of th noae. throai and
trabea are freed from the exceaaive nuirua
hi'h f-o'.ler-ta and rtun'ii the havkinr
pit i Ins and raarine. I n ative the eji-r aatto
er;rei,on i not furri'h-d from halihr
e'uart'a fatarrb Tablfta onialn many
of the aain valuable antireptl.-a tined In
apraya and inhalera, but Inaiead of l.ein
applted to the inflamed nicmbran'? of the
roa and throat they are taken Into the
aiomath arid thtia reach ih Mood, tbe real
et and cauae of the diaeare.
i etpwted to be loyal to tb-ir em;iloyera
! Thnjte mho failed to refpond aympa'het
j ii-a'ly to thi pieal mere taken up to
higher h-ada of depanmenta to live more
! trupreaaire forre to !he urmmrrt. Th
i ar.me methods have been employed in out
' rie atablihmenia mhiih enjoy railroad
I favora and nothing Iff undone to i: the
! ahipprra and patrona ln'.o line frr Mercer
; aa the preferred railroad candidate.
! An appeal in clreular form In txhalf of
! Werrer. nisned hy a number of Joblwra and
other business men. for tbe roost part set
I in motion by tailroad favors, la said 10
have beeB prepared to be sprung on the
public mlth vlem- a smayiDg popular
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are large, pleas- seBtiment tomard tbe nonreatdem by the
nt tasting lo.' ihm. composed of Red i meight of tbe name attached. Most of
Gum. Hydrastan. Bloodroot and similar 1 these Jobbers have also subscribed to a
-aiarrh specifics and r.n safe to use that fund in fioo chunks to help Merc-er purify
little children rufTermg from cold take i politics by tbe use of his accumulated eot
tbern mltb same beneficial results as adult ruption fund,
No trace of coteire or opiates, so com- J Another direction In mhiih Mercer hat
mon In catarrh medicines, can be found in been almost as lavish aa mitb his money
f'uart'a Catarrh Tablets.
Charle A. C.oss. 1.
Webster. Charle n.
and James II. Van
R. Andrems. John L,.
Grene. A. W. Jeffries
Iueen. If the onJ
prefer to hare some
one outside of the lam make lama, several
rames mould tw'pft thcms'lvrs. such as
c; W. Wattles, w. L. Sclby. C. P. Haymard.
V.. F Trefi. H. E. Palmer. J. X. Weatbure.
R F. Wilcox and Arthu- Fmlth.
"Of foursc none of these men are oppos
trg Mercer, but fern- of them would shed
any teara if thev beard be mas rx-atcn.
mhile their friends mould immediately oflT
their services to help them get the nomi
nation for T'4. The year ltd, too. It must
b remembered, mill be a presidential year,
mhen the race mill be made on national is
si!' s. and any rood republican may expect
to run siong mitb the national ticket. It
mon't make any difference to the national
administration If they lose Vrrcer this
time. You sam the statement, didn t you.
of Chairman Babcoc k cf the national con
gret.f -iona committee saying the republicans
mere gure of the coming congress by a ma
jority bigger by laenty than the majority
In the present house? l!y the may. horn
many of the men I have mentioned have
you beard out on tbe stump this campaign
appealing for votes for Mercer"
I " ' ' ,, , , , , , , , M II H llltt'. -S ' , - .j.l V '
i A W I
you were cjiirincci that tLiis is tbe bct store iu OiuaLa at wbicb to buy boinriurnisbiiikT!
vu woum sureiv
trade here. e want .net t. rtf your own Vitilanre Co.n n'tlee. 1 o trtVusrat i-.-n i not m i ! at i . n cf t'x.l faith, b it the im-an tnPHOEIT.
llcneMv COLRTS inuuit v. SEEK IT.
Our Big Couch Sale
Exceptional values in couches. Including all kinds and trad". t,f frames stul ut'hclstrrings.
atspiayea on our rrst floor just aa you enter. Prices rmiirg from -' "0 domn to
Kraalrh Rtrh Piaaiwa.
Halle. Jt Dnla Plaaos.
Need ham Plaaoa.
Rich and elegant case designs, perfect
In workmanship, thee- Pianos offer every
possible musical advantage, mhile our prices
jmd terms bring them mlthln the reach
'f a modi-at Income. More than 150 pianos
f'f various makes and atylea on our floor
from mrhlrh to aelect.
Special Bargains in Used Pianos
We have a number of Instruments that
are slightly used, others in fair condition,
some shop worn, some secondhand. tiat
m-e win o-l I at rilS. $131. $14'i. 1, 1166. 113,
115. U5. on payments of $1" to tla
dumn, and tT. 6. $7 and t& per month.
Secondhand square pianos at 15. CIS. 14S
and .'. A small payment domn and small
payment monthly buy them.
Used Parlor Organs
tn this lot of instruments we hBve vari
ous makea. such as Wilcox & White. Ptarr
f'rgsn, Needham organ. He rhoven Organ.
Hosne Organ, running from 112, Ilk. til and
JS. on eay installments.
Ve Rent flew Pianos
at $4 Per Month
We repair planoa, we tune pianos, we
1513-1515 Douglas St.
K. N.&F. Overcoat
u ' Ma
YOU can pay an ex
orbitant price for a
uit or overcoat made to
order by a tailor of the
first class, or you can
buy one cf the K.N.& F.
make. The result is the
same. K. N.& F. cloth
ing Is equally satisfactory
in every respect only it
costs about half. Lead
ing dealers everywhere
KUH. NATHAN & FISCHER CO.
pv Mictrarrrs -2 i nslivm
fill N LLS
liias aa .
! . '- .mam m4
laii kalHliun, mm4 laHs
S.f iw rUMi m mm4 i
rWSlfc til. i ill
has been In tbe distribution of promises
of appointments to federal offices. Al
though the senators have tbe decisive voice.
Mercer and hia managera have promised
every federal position in tbe district sev
eral times over. With tbe help of Indian
Supply Agent Jordan they have been carry
ing a few extra men on tbe pay roll at the
Indian supply marehouse temporarily with
promises of permanent employment. Places
in the consular service have, also beeu
freely disposed of in prospect, and there
are three or four Germans, two or three
Pmpdes and half a dosen native born earn
ing lucrative consulships by putting in
their time plugging for Mercer among their
countrymen. Rome of them, homerer. mho
compared notea tbe other day, discovered
bow they mere being buncoed and pulled
"By an Omaha meekly paper," said a
member of tbe Omaha Typographical union.
"I see that Dave Mercer claims he has
been indoraed by the Allied Printing
Trades. Every member of the unions m hicn
compose the Allied Printing Trades will
laugh at this claim, but some people who
know little of the manner io which tbe
unions work may be deceived. In the firat
place, Mercer never aecured auch an in
dorsement because under the plan of or
ganization of the alliance be could not
have done ao. Tbe Allied Printing Trade
councils are purely local affair. Tbey r
organized by delegates from tbe Typo
graphical union, tbe Pressmen' union and
the Bookbinders' union for the purpose f
dealing with local trade conditions. The.
national organlratlon. prevloua to iu disso
lution, waa composed of the tnternatioaal
president and secretaries of the unions al
lied locally, and tbey met to discuss trade
matter only a tbey had international ef
fect. The Omaaa Allied Printing Trades
council never could indorse a candidate,
neiiher could it denounce one. But this
claim of Mercer ia about aa trustm-crtby a
others be has made."
As the most important reason that re
publicans should vote for Mercer to be re
turned to congress given by W. F Gurley
mouth organ for tbe non-resident and non-
speaking congressman, at a meeting held
at the Pchlitx roof garden last night mas
the effect hi election mould have on the
city election next spring. Tbe republican
city administration, he said, mas unfit
be In pomer and republican and democrat
alike should mork for Its overthrow. In
the Bame breath he pleaded for republicans j
not to scratch the nominees of the rcpub- j
lican party, but to vote the ticket straight. !
The remainder of hi long address was a
play to the galleries, in which he brought
forth all the powers of a practiced atto
ney in a denouncement of The Bee and
I The meeting bad been announced as a re- j
publican rally, at which tbe republican ran- )
dldates and Mr. Mercer were to speak, j
Feveral candidates were present, but the j
I only recognition they got from the chair
' man of tbe meeting and Mr. Gurley wa
j mben they were invited in a body to oc
cupy seats upon the platform. Three ac
cepted the invitation and had tbe honor
of sitting betmeen Mr. Gurley and Chair
man Burbank during the entire evening,
and that wa all they did get.
Big rocker sale on for
patterns in solid oak.
finished in golden as mell
as other finishes, highly
polished In nice, new de
signs m orth $4
on sale tumor
rom, choice ..
one lot of bed runrn
suits on sale tonior-rom-,
Ril Hlike. cr.lri-
n oak. we finished
French beveled mir
tomorrow J 1 -
i ' i
Pami9L! - aai aa . I
; o j
j -e - t. !
This is ,i
to morrow Frame
thrve-t uned vc-lmir
sale couches that me offer
of g"ldn cuik. rnvi rinc of
Hard Coal at $10.00
Vitb every Pecinstilai- B.ehiirtipr Mild we provide
yen with two tons of herd coal at $10. Wc have a
large line of Peninsular Ftaaeburnc rs. includ'ns the Pi.n-
burst. Regal. Brilliant, Art. Palace
stoe in from three to five
aires. All these stoves mill
be quoted at lomrst prices
in order to unlosd. Be sur -and
take advantage of this
m-orih fir. (m on sale
875 Big Steel Range
The poaier B'a;e of the Mercer campaign
haa been inaugurated. The nonresident con
gressman ia to make an appeal to prejudice
In that city mhile appealing to voter on
another score in other part of the district,
in Bout h Omaha there will be presented what
mill purport to be fac-simille reproduction
of the World-Herald containing matter de
nouncing the Roman Catholic and Irish
and it will be urged that tbe candidate for
congress opposing the nonresident I op
posed to people of that religion and race.
At the aame time Mr. Mercer will point to
hi record on certain question in congress
to sbow the voter mbo are not Roman
Catholic or Irish that be i the kind of
man they need in congees to carry out
their deairea. In other parta of the city
the posters will contain a pictorial atate
ment of the claim that Mercer Is opposed
to the gambler and the immoral element
of tbe community. In thi connec
tion I 1 knomn that Mercer and
hi champions on the Board of Fire and
rolice Commissioners have already made a
tld for the support of the gambler of
Omaha and that through other channels
the 'candidate for congres ha attempted
to aerure tbe upport of the South Omaha
gambler. An attorney for the 8outh Omaha
gambler la on tbe Mercer ticket for county
attorney and the weight of that office, in
case be is elected, is threatened against the
South Omaha gamblers not in line for
Mercer. In Omaha asuranrea have also
been made that tbe policy mheel may mhir
and tbe game run without hindrance if
the gambler will only throw their support
to tbe candidate of the railroads and the
Said a member of the Commercial club:
"What mould any employer think of an em
ploye mho habitually drew money from the
company's treasury to which he mas not en
titled? Thi Is mhat Mercer is doing every
year that he is In congress. Tbe commit
tee clerk act as hi private secretary and
the congressman dram the salary mhich
the law Beta aside for a secretary whom he
i supposed to employ.
"Not even Mr. Burt himself mould em
ploy a man who as the head of a depart
ment would make false returns of tbe ex
penditure in that department. Yet thia is
mhat every voter in the Second district
knom-s Merer has done mhen he took oath
tht but $335 mas spent to carry the prl
marlec for him. Everyone who knows ny
thlng know that it cost him more than
that for work in one precinct. It simply
(.horns the extent to mhich men mill go mben
fired mith partisan zeal. Not one business
man of the community mould employ as a
clerk persons mho have made under oath
returns like those Merrer has certified to.
and yet some of them mill seriously support
a candidate for public office mbo is not fit
to hold a minor position in a mercantile
OCTOBER WEATHER IS VARIED
Mvalbly Sammary Maaws It ta Have
Been l(rilhr of til Sea
aoas af Year.
LA 12 Credit
Big cut Iu the prices of Iron beds,
all grades, sizes, colors and finishes.
Bed, on sale tomorrow
See our south 16th street
witidew for furniture bargains
AS YOU WISH.
All Woo Ingrain In manv new pat- 4 y
trns. cm sale tomorrow, at
brusiM'ls l'nr;iets in manv nem- patterns,
including om. new frria!s fCr
on sale tomorrow, at UVt
A hie line of Moquette, Axmlnters an'i
velvets, morth regularly (1 : to f
Jl.ii" on sale tomorrow I. vl
!xll Itrussels Kiie in a new line of color
ings and patterns on sale f 1 "71"
tomorrow, at I l.O
Oil Cloth in many nem patterns juft re.
reived worth iV'-on sale Ol
2."' jards Chirm Matting go on f T
sale tomorrow Ib
2W Comforts, well quilted and well fiH-d.
morth t- 5" on Bait tomorrow. j 23
pairs Blanket, full str.i in white Cfkr.
and tan. cm ale tomorrow at OVL
A big line of m-ool Blankets 11-4 worth
from 14. (o to Sfi.iH' on sale en
One big lot of Pillows, worth Tl CQr
per pair on Kale tomnrrom' Oyt
O'l Kale tomorrow V' Coral
c,is. a high grade soft coa!
hn;tlnr Hove aaaf Efl
morth fU . 7 iJ
cm sale tu-
We place on Mile tomi t
row a four bole isteel r-ciigc
m lth high closet, at J:'4 '..
Guaranteed tbe finest Mcei
range on tbe market, made
oi heavy Heel plates, lined
mlth asbestos, all parts
closely riveted. This range
miil be sold on a payment
of $."..; down and your
promise to pay
$1.00 Per Week
No. S Cook
16IU & fAONAM STPEETS. OMAHA.
'TBI PEOPM'i rCHKITCRI A 14 1) Ca RPET f".)
and Radiant, each A Jk
. i m-T- "' m
lMi us i m m vt
v n? uvr-
... i.; .! :. jlly -tiflaijM'j fa
People's Store Cloak & Suit Dept. 4
"It i generally believed." ald voter
of the Fourth mard yesterdty. that a
man join a aociety for benevolent or aocial
purpoaea, and not for personal aggrandize
ment, but Mr. Mercer evidently believe in
Joining tbera only for the gjod they mill
do him -politically and not for tbe mututl
benefit of all member. He ha caused to
be printed a statement of thu societies of
mhich be is a member. In the list are the
Maaoos. tbe Nobles of tbe Mystic Shrine,
tbe Knight of Pythias, tbe Elka. the Wood
men of tbe World. Modern Woodmen of
America and tbe Royal Achate. The list j
faila to Include tbe Knights of the Macca-
bees, mhich he Joined since hi return o
the city on hi present visit, and the Eagla.
I mhich be joined about tbe aatxie time. Tbi
appeal to secret societies i about the
weakest thing that he haa done, for mhllo
tbe member may feel a kindly interest in
those mbo Joined them without ulterior mo
tires, tbey become indignant mben one tr s
to mork the ecret aociety racket' on
Though a a mbole a most delightful
month, October is shorn n by the monthly
roeteologiral summary of the meather bu
reau to have permitted all the seasons of
tbe year to bare a showing mlthin its lim
it. For instance, the temperature on the
22 d ma 2 above, mhich i very acceptable
a aummer heat, and on the 2Mb it mas
only 32 above, or freezing. In single
day, the 14ih. there ma a ran-- of 30 de
gree in tbe f hosing. The mean tempera
ture for the entire month is IP, mhich i
4 degree higher than the mean temper
ature of October for the past thirty-tmo
With no snow as yet. tbe month made a
shorn ing of 2.13 inc hes in precipitation,
which is 0.2? of an inch less than the av
erage precipitation for this month in
ihlrty-tmo years past. There mere fourteen
clear daya. eight -partly cloudy days and
nine cloudy day. Kroat maa provided,
light touch's on the 1st and 5th. heavy on
tbe 14th and killing on ihe 2Mh. Sand
wiched betmeen these m-ere the thunder
storms of the 11th. 23d and iT.t h.
After all these erratic maneuver Octo
ber ment out peaceably and pleasantly,
leaving November the unenviable distinc
tion of beginning mith a uight rain.
is offering tomorrow exceptionally grand vaiues in suits, cloaks, millinery, waists, skirts. y
Ib I aHioc' 4 1 Lr S M UllWc 4lio nn.-4 .4 4 1 n 2 X.
v-i- auui-w " uiniii-f, UMlin iht iuum, a J. J II t) tru IMyit! Ill PDOWIia
iwo-ioneti zHMiiiif. xoi'ii i wee-us. i'tc. j-ulicts ni;,lo ill bkmst- with
jMiKtiUion h;uks. wiU- puff sleeves, lined with
taffeta or heavy satin. The skirts are strapjM'd
seamed or kilted, faultlessly tailored in brown.
i.i.w. ...! ...i.:... i.i i i .. '
iu.it iv aim jiiic. ojtie ami wnife. rreeii.
ill fat all the leadiii". colors shoAvn ihis season suits sold evervwhere elst-
for ."yJ.'.OO ami up our price HU0.
Monte Carlo Coats Just unpacked, a grand line of Monte Carlo
Loatfc' in all colors splendid tjnality of kerey,
with heavy satin lining coats that retail for 17. 50
and 20.00 our price only $',U8.
We are offering all our 3
and 4 velvet hate, beauti-
toi -71 in.n uair-, ucauu- ;74i flannels. We arry a a. rong line In m hitc. m hi.
fllllV trilllllltHl With fallCV or ostrich 1 f Q Vi-y-V1 ll thi aeasnn-n mell s colors-ln all sizci
feat'hers. buckles and velvet, for onlv . . 1 . 4 O (7 i'V lT'
e - i - ........ FM Wi' f u rs i f u rs : .5-1 n. Jong Fa ble
-111 III lllir It'H 1 1 1 -1 1 1-1 i'il I 11 I 11 I ll'll. r y IT. mitn fsn hBi-v K..L1... ...il.. .1
- ""tl 1 ., i'-k"- VVtA , ' """" " uu via ma me place on
WOItli from -.MUo JM.OO. for '' l"'ial ofter-rrtb tl8...0. for
All our 1ailorel hats at n--half i-eyular
Ladies Waists Our se-
lection of maistt, have been com
mended upon for excluBivrneHs of ma
terial as wMl as style me are sbom
Ing constantly nem- things daily in
bedford cord, heavy madras, crrpons,
mashable silk, as mell as French
hlch are so fashion-
from "2 10 4
A Special Offer on Silk Petticoats
MRS. BRYAN ASKS DAMAGES
1 "ii aea fan .
n ra i
"Aa Boon as Mercer ia beaten." declared
a republic mho keep abreast of local
politics, "you will see tbe campaign trt
for tbe nomination for rongreas ia 1M4
Tbe republican mbo are oppoaing Mercer
are not opposed to hia bec-ese he I
republican, but because tbey are tired of a
naareaident congressman mho does not
know shea he has bad enough. If be ahould
get a elitb term he would mant a seventh
and aa eighth, and would inuat on atayiug
I in ecu gre. until hr saw fit o let go. Ou
! the oihrr hand, if be ia bea(n. the may
; mill l-e onened for a mbole lot of aspiring
i republiiau mbo have congressional timber
' "Aa a matter of fart, me have an un
usually Urge number of active republican
mbo have been morking in the ranka for
ears m hose friends sou'd I k to e them
ia lotgresa. It 1 natural la eipect tb
Kara la Krrmrr far lajary ta Ulr.
laaersklrt. HeaHa ! Peaee
Cbarlea A. Emeet is tbe defendant in a
suit for damagea for JIM, brought by Mrs.
Dora Bryan, as tbe result of a bonfire
started by Elizabeth Fmeet. daughter of
Charles Fmeet. In tbe bill of particulars
Mrs. Bryan recites that she mas malting
along 8l. Mary s avenue, and in passing
In front of the borne of the Smeets. near
Tmentieth street, her skirt caught fire
from some leaves mhich Elizabeth ser;
maa burning. Mrs. Bryan alleges that she
eitinguiahed this fire, but that before she
got to tbe busiress part of town her dresu
again began to vurn. Afier she got down
in tomn tbe blaze broke out afreth an!
deatroyed ber akin, burned ber and caused
her to suffer mucb m-Drry and uneasiness.
The amount she prays Jus' ice Foster to
grant her is divided as folio s: Skirt. 16.;
underskirt. $0. physician's fees. SH1; dam-
Marten Sen rf llmwirwi-i of nnii- T
- - . .,-... v c ii uiiiv juat
ten fccarfs. mith duster of lona tfails monh n -.n a -v
i3 our special price 4 .AJrS
T.5'J Petticciat at $4.98 made of splendid cjualiiv laffeta. deen n,w .in, ......
a no - . . . . . i ' J rn c-ui runie
JuaozpnKnittf.il Morninc Jackets in blue
black and changeable ctilor S4.98.
i-fd. lavender, navy, t-tc worth 1 special fr thi-, week. 593.
Follow the Flag.
PL LIS $2.00.1
ONE WAY OR ROUND TRIP.
The Wabash R. R.
age far nervous shoe k. fl0
mill be tried next Tburaday.
Ktassrllit anaall's Mark. I
Kangelist Jatnes Small enntinnes lc j
m-liiige at the North nie I'hristlan I
c-burch. l-riila rning ibr- iu:ip e.t-ile
mere luinifi-d Ad'litpiodl chair have lieen
placed in the church to ac-ninmo'liite the
tar-.- a inii'-iic.'S f jtiM-i -i tSunda c. H- Sir.
Ir.ii, all am) Mrs rriines l.- ra ilurii.g ihe
m.-ek held niec'l'i-. at the fattiry of M K
r'mith a.- ci an.i at ihe Yi.m.a A Oman s
i')ritian assM-iat inn room... Mis l.-.n-r
sings mn at rm h wri li and n.
orcanttir.g a c. hoi us choir to aaisi in the
WILL SELL. TICKETS TO MANV
POINTS IN THE SOITH AND
SOlHEAT at above rate on the 1st and 3d Tutadays of each month. Tic kets
aold daily to all tbe minter resorts of the wiuib at greatly reduced raies.
For rate and descriptive matter call at WABASH CORNER, ld'l Karnam
street, cr address
HARRY E. MOORES. -'- .. xn..
SOME OTHER TIME
ISN'T ANY TIME AT ALL
You will not more theu. If vou don't roue rourslf
now vou will j.robablv oonlinuo to put up with tlif ssnne
inconveniences for the next six years.
lo they keep your office clean? Your window? The
halls? The elevator? Is the building a fire trap? Have
they an elevator that runs once an hour on Meek days and
not at all nights or on Sundays? Is your oftice hot in i-uin-iLer
and cold iu winter? Auy other troubles?
The cure for all these ills is an ofhee in
The Bee Building.
R. C. PETERS & CO., Rental Agents.
SHRIDER'S LAXATIVE FIG POVDER cures consiipatitn. bilious
ness. preterits headache and remes altine poistn.
acid Uk loc as Ut bvxea. Manj!actui t by Ehrader Mee. C . N. T. asd On.aba.
Hnlrl Prnnncifinn 1
WWIU I I WJWBflllUII iM.eitivelr cure etmcha ei.l
cii eale si all Urns store at r.C AND .C PEII IiOTTI.ll
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