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TITE QMAITA DA1XY BEE: THURSDAY, JfOVEMBETl 27, 1002.
LEGISLATION IN PROSPECT
Senator-Elect Hall Talk? of Bjme of the
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION PROJECT
liprrmr f'onrt ( nnimlolon, Torrf m
Land Title System anil Yotlns;
Ilarhlnra other Pahjerta for
Provision for submitting to the people
the question of whether N'cbrapka should
hold special ronvrntlno to alter the con
tltntlon In one of (hp mntters which Son-ator-eleet
M. A. Hall believes will como
before the next legislation for ronRldera
tlon. Other matters, ho believes, will be
the supremo court rorr.mlsplcner arrange
ment; provision for a system of direct
primaries; the installation of voting ma
chines; the adoption of tho Torrens system
of land transfers; the passage of the
"scavenger" bill to make possible a readier
disposal of "drad" taxes; provision for an
Inheritance tax; and changes In the pres
ent methods of court procedure.
"I mention these," said Senator Hall,
"not as matters which I have planned defi
nitely to brin up myself, nor necessarily
project that I fnvor, but merely as
topics which seem general with members
of the next legislature and which seeru
ripe for consideration.
"The constitutional convention Is of
course the most debatable project. This
Incoming legislature can do nothing more
toward It than make provision for submit
ting to the people the proposition to hold
uch convention. It will devolve upon the
succeeding legislature to arrange the final
details and prepare the way for the people
to elect delegate to such convention,
which, numerically, will be of the strength
of the house of representatives. Nor can
this convention tako final action. It can
only submit proposed changes In the con
stitution to. the pooplo, who must approve
such changes by an affirmative vote of two
thirds the total number of ballots cast at
Will Be Tedious Proceeding.
"This seems a tedious proceeding, but by
their failure to carry the amendment sub
mitted on the ballots of the election of a
month ago the people of Nebraska so tied
their hands that until this proceeding Is
gone through with there can be but three
supreme judges, and we mut continue in
. effect some such expedient as our present
commissioner system. The two-year terms
of the nine commissioners expire In the
prlng, so ihat this next legislature will
have to tako some action, and I think It
wholly probable that provision will bo made
for continuing the commissioner system
until such time as the number of regular
Judges can be sufficiently Increased to en
able the court to keep up with lta work.
"In thin connection another demand
.seems to be for a provision that will place
a substitute on the supreme bench when
one of the regular three Justices giving an
important bearing bas previously been In
terested In the case as a trial lawyer."
"One hundred other matters have been
urged upon me by one hundred different
people In the past two weeks," continued
Mr. Hall, "but I have promised support to
none of them. I will say, however, of the
proposition to Install voting machines that
will, I assume, be represented before the
the more I Investigate them the more 1
value them, and a friend of mine Is now in
correspondence with manufacturers who
"I am giving considerable attention also
to the Torrens system of land transfers,
originated In Australia, but adopted with
satisfactory results In Massachusetts, Illi
nois, California, Minnesota and Canadian
provinces. Under this system title Is prac
tically passed upon and guaranteed by
the state Instead of by an lndllvdual.
After the state's experts examine a title a
certificate is Issued by the state and such
certificate ki absolute, settling tor all time
thereafter the title up to that date, with
reliable registration of every claim against
Facilitate Realty Deals.
"The uss of the land as security is facili
tated under this system, for after title Is
once passed upon one can execute a
mortgage In a few hours Instead o days
or weeks and the mortgagee can be abso
lutely sure of his security. The cost will
reduced to )5 to $25 from $100, which
la a normal cost nowadays when examina
tion of abstract is required. A. W. Crltes
of Chadron, W. L. Hand of Kearney and
F. D. Tipton constitute a committee ap
pointed by the last legislature to Investi
gate the Torrens system. The report Is
now on file at the state house and the
matter will no doubt come up early for
"The 'scavengers' ' bill I referred to la
uch a one aa they have In some other
states, enabling treasurers of cities and
counties to wipe off the books taxes that
are known to be Impossible of collection
and so aave the expense of the clerical
work required in carrying them forward
from year to year. I understand that
the Omaha city treasurer is now burdened
with nearly $1,000,000 of such worthless
accounts upon his books.
"! have heard urged also that there bo
passed a law requiring frequent publica
-fRUlTOf THE LOOM.
Men and women of taste and judptnent
go into ecstacies over the wonderful pat
terns, textures and colors which are "the
fruit of the loom.' But there is one
fruit of the loom
they rarely con
sider, and that is
the frail and faded
woman, old before
her time, because
her to work under
end her more
favored sister to
bed and the doc
which weaken and
may in almost all
cases be cured by
the use of Dr.
Prescription. 1 1
larity, dries weak
ening drains, heals
cure female weak
ness. I had female trouble for eight year, writes
Mrs. L. J. Dennis, of tiH East College buret,
iackaoaville. Ilia. Words cannot einim what
euO'ered. tough t tthtf among ikt mtdicmt
prJtnn mud fvund so- Krtends urged me to
try Dr. Herce's Favorite Prescription. When 1
commenced taking thia meoicme I weighed
ainety-s pounds. Now I weigh one hundred
and efty-au pound more than I ever wetebed
before. I waa ao bad I would lie from day to
day and long for death to come and relieve my
suffering. I had internal inflammation, a dis
agreeable drain, breannc-dowa pain, aud rue a
distress every month, but now f never have a
pain -do all ray owa work and am a atroug and
"Favorite Prtacriptiou " makes weak
women stroug, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be
wed with " Favorite Prescription " whcu
trer a laxative it required.
tion In the dally papers of statements of
the dally Income and expenditures of
cities In order that taxpayers thereof may
be kept Informed of their city business
Just as they are of their own personal i
"Aa our state grows oldnr and the j
number and value of estates Increase there j
has begun to grow a demand for an Inherl-
tance tax. I have been called upon also
In regard to a bill making the premiums
on officeholders' bonds part of the office
expense, so relieving them of the neces- I
sity of paying such premiums out of their I
A reliable tonic, easily retained by the
weakest stomach. Is pleasant to take and
beneficial In results. Made by the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing Ass n.
Announcements of the Theaters.
This afternoon a special Thanksgiving
day matinee will be given by Primrose
ft Dockstader's minstrels. The program
will contain acts especially befitting the
day In addition to the regular program.
The engagement of the company ends to
night. A special Thanksgiving day matinee will
be given at the Orpheum this afternoon,
and again this evening the bill of well
calculated vaudeville diversions will be
held forth for the gala holiday pleasure
seeker. At the matinee seats can be re
served In the parquet and first row of
dress circle, and the gallery will be thrown
Two of the scenes of Ezra Kendall's
new three-act comedy, "The Vinegar
Buyer," which will be the attraction at
the Boyd Friday and Saturday matinee
and nlfc'ht, are at a small Indiana town
called Bascomb's Corners, not very far
from Indianapolis, and the last act oc
curs In Indiana's capita) city. Though they
say out where Joe Miller lives that the
piece Is full of vinegar. It la of that stim
ulating quality which keeps one bland and
mellow as a Roxbury russet. "The Vinegar
Buyer" tells with rollicking rural humor,
as fresh and bllthsome as the breeze
through a blossoming orchard, the life
and adventures of Joe Miller, Jack-of-all-trades
and master of none, except the de
lightful art of fun-making.
The Klobrarn Line Completed.
The Fremont, EIkhorn ft Missouri Val
ley railroad has completed Its Niobrara
line. Trains dally except Sunday between
Omaha and Bonesteel, South Dakota.
Leave Omaha 7:30 a, m. Leave Bonesteel,
eastbound, 1:35 a. m., due Omaha 10:25
The opening of this line enables people
to reach the eastern border of the Rose
Watch next congress and see what Is
done about opening this reesrvat.ion to
settlement and in the meantime examine
the land. Homeaeekers' rates first and
third Tuesdays each month. One fare,
plus $2; minimum, $9; round trip limit, 21
Ask any agent Northwestern line.
14-k gold wedding rings. Edholm, Jeweler.
In connection with
COLORADO BUREAU OF
6:10 p. m.
Round Trip, $16.30.
For full particulars call at City Ticket
Office, 1324 Farnam Street.
Special Low Ratea to Chlcaaro.
November 30, December 1 and 2, $14.75
round trip via "The Northwestern Line."
The ONLY double traok railway from
5 TRAINS DAILY. Routs of the eleotrio
lighted "Overland Limited."
Company's offices, 1401-1403 Farnam St.
Chlcaaro and Return, S14.T8,
CHICAGO AND RETURN, $14.75
Via Milwaukee Ry.
On sale Nov. 30 and Deo. 1 and 2.
1604 Farnam St.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
King Cole Self-Rising Buckwheat's the
Umbrellas. $5 to $25. Edholm, jeweler.
LOUIS HARRIS WINS CASE
Coart Says Ha Is Entitled to the
Possession of tho Capitol
Judge Vlnsonhaler has ordered judgment
for the plaintiff in the forcible entry and
detainer proceedings of Louis Harris
against Parke Godwin and Charles Brown,
leasees of lots 7 and 8 In block 70, the same
being on the north side of Capitol avenue
between Ninth and Tenth streets. In his
bill of particulars Harris alleged that God
win had leased from Henry D. Estabrook
with the understanding that such lease
should be terminated by any failure to pay
the rent of $100 per month In advance,
that on October 28 laat he bought the prop-
j erty and on November 10 notified Godwin,
who bad failed to pay the rent for Novem
ber, to vacate, but that Godwin had re
fused so to do or to pay the rent. On the
stand Harris testified that ha bought the
premises through the Byron Reed company
for $9,000, paying $1,000 in cash and giving
a mortgage to secure the rest, which be Is
to pay In Installments. It is said, however,
that he assumed with the purchase an im
mense tax indebtedness upon the premises.
VERDICT FOR FIFTY DOLLARS
Harry Crocker Gets Jadajaaeat for
Only mall Part of Amosat
After three days In court, nine days In
a hospital and as many days in Omaha as
he could spare from his large and thriving
business Interests in Randolph, la., Harry
Crocker bas secured from a jury In Judge
Slabaugh's court a judgment against the
city of Omaha for injuries alleged to have
been received June 21, 1901, at a point
between his right groin and ths rough
paving on North Sixteenth street. The
judgment is tor $50, which Is ons one
hundredth of the amount sued fir and
just about enough to pay his court costs
exclusive of the fee of Counsel I. R. An
drews. It waa Crocker who, when on the stsnd,
had such difficulty In designating bis resi
dence and the Jury apparently took some
stock In City Attorney Conuell's open
charges that Crocker was no George
Washington In the matter of veracity.
Deputy County Attorney I. J. Dunn Is now
considering the evidence In the case to de
termlne if it be well to prosecute Crocker
for Illegal registration and voting at the
Known the World Over.
For Its wonderful turn Dr. K-nw-m
Discovery for Conaumntion. ("nuvha an
Colds. It cures or no psy. For sals by
Hunn at to.
The new kind of General Arthur cigars
are new on sate.
M ab d r m mm iw I
Open Until Noon
Today Thanksgiving Day our
store will be closed at noon kindly do your
purchasing before that time.
BANK UNDER QOVERNnENT SUPERVISION
For the accommodation of our
customers and the public
Batik Open Until Noon
If you want checks cashed or need change to
day we will be pleased to accommodate
all until noon.
Open a Bonk Account With Us
4 PerCent Interest Paid on Deposits
"del 6 Sons
' iaut-5AW-.iViarim-. m
We are Pleased
Railroad Checks Cashed.
Chicago & Northwestern.
C. M. & St. P.
C, Bt P., M. X
City, County and
OUTLINES HIS POWER PLAN
City Engineer Bose water Beceives Applause
from Seal Estate Exchange.
EXPLAINS DETAILS OF THE ENTERPRISE
President Harrison Believes Matter
Should Receive Popular Consider
ationVote of Thanks to Mr.
Hosewater by Exchange.
At the meeting of the Real Estate ex
change yesterday Andrew Rosewater spoke
of his plan for canal and electrical power.
He said that he came In response to an
attempt to prejudice his plan before the
people; that the ordinance and plan will
be published and the whole matter will be
presented at a public' meeting to be held
in the council chamber Monday. He said
that cheap power could be supplied here to
support a community of 500,000 people; that
he had examined all plans and saw that
they could not be carried out unless the
company Is given a franchise as good aa
those held by the companies already here;
that for this franchise be purposes to pay
15,000 the Brat year, Increasing by $1,000 a
year until $10,000' is reached, at which It
will remain a while, and then be $15,000 per
year. The rates proposed are one-third of
the existing; rates. The citliens cannot
grant an exclusive franchise and ao ex
clusive franchise la desired.
"The people who have a franchise want
to exclude all others, while I want them
all to come. Within a few years you will
have use for more power than can be cre
ated by the first plant If you but get the
first plant. Electrical power Is cheaper
than steam power because It la shut oft
when machines are not running.
Will Help Heal Estate.
"If this plant Is developed It will advance
the price of real estate materially. Aside
from $15,000 paid to the city the amount
of lights can be doubled with ltttla arlrii.
tlonal cost, to say nothing of the saving on
private lighting. The Commercial club and
other organizations favored paying a bonus
of $1,000,000 for something which will now
be given free. I have worked for ten years
on this matter and have never decried any
scheme while Duahina my own. Th nr.
fact that the Thomson-Huston company Is
ngniing ine plan snows that It fears it. It
the councllmen who oppose my plan are
honest why do not they reduce the present
charges by ordinance?"
Mr. Rosewater's remarks were received
with applause and President Harrison said
that be believed the matter should be sub
mitted to the people, and a vote of thanks
was extended to Mr. Rosewater.
W. H. Oreeu moved that a comlttee be
appointed to represent the exchange before
the legislature in all matters affecting the
city. The committee appointed was: W. H.
Green, V. L. Belby. J. B. Piper. T. A.
Crelgh and J. W. Lytle.
J. T. Hanson of Fremont, secretsry of ths
Nebraska Real Estate association, made a
short address In which he gave a report of
his work with reference to the state con
vention to be held at Omaha December 17
19. The formal call has been Issued. Com
mercial clubs aud business associations
have been Invited to send two delegates,
one to be a real estate dealer. The pro
gram Is almost completed and soon will be
in the bands ot the printers. The stats has
been arbitrarily divided into nlns districts
and reports ot real eltate situations will be
received from each district. President Har
rlson of the Omaha exchange la to report on
Omaha conditions in his address of wel
come. If. H. Wllsoa of Lincoln. Homer
Hanson of Columbus and H. 81ater of Co
lumbus will represent those sections. Irriga
tion will be the theme discussed the second
day, with reports from different parts of
I the state, Cyrus S. Watsoa, sum tabor
r& CO:.3 Windows
Honey Can Be Withdrawn at Any
Time Without Notice.
Every Depositor of$l or More in
Our Bank Receives
A LITTLE HOME
It Is the starting; point
of economy and thrift.
BANK ON BALCONY.-rUJn Floor.
to Cash Checks
Postofflce Money Orders.
Express Money Orders.
Swift & Co. Pay Checks.
Armour & Co. Pay Checks,
Cudahy Pay Checks.
Hammond Pkg. Co. Pay Checks.
Omaha Pkg. Co. Pay Checks.
Telephone Pay Checks.
Postmaster's Pay Checks.
Omaha Water Co. Pay Checks.
Omaha St C. B. Street Railway
Co. Pay Checks.
All Checks on Other Banks.
commissioner; J. Buchanan and- B. A.
Benson will speak ef Immigration. "Organ
lied Effort" will be discussed Thursday aft
ernoon by H..!M:JBushnelI. The experi
ences oi me umsni .exchange will be given
by a 'member. A vJslf to the fTnlnn P.nid.
shops will complete the afternoon session.
in me evening taxation and legislation
will be discussed v J..
others from Omaha and. Lincoln. This In
cludes tenant lawf,. foreclosure procedure
and tax titles. Friday there will be trips
over Omaha and South Omaha, before which
C. S. Smith of Beatrice will speak ot na
tional irrigation. '-
Luncheon at Swift's.
A luncheon will be held sr n.i.
hall and the afternoon session will be held
at mai piace, with short talks by promi
nent members of the society. Peter Jenson
will talk on "Corn," Senator Wilson of
i-naaron win speak of "Live Stock," A. O.
Charleton will talk of "Hogs." This wili
close the meeting In time for the visitors
to lesve on afternoon trains.
H. F. Dally, chairman of the Omaha mm.
mlttee, reported the matter of raising
funds for the convention, and asked that
each member pay six months dues tor the
purpose of entertaining the innniin
The plan was adopted.
A nice cold bottle and a small tint y,a-
and let the "bot" be one of Cook's Tmn.,i.i
Extra Dry Champagne.
Speelal Low Hares to Cnleasro
November 80. December 1 and I til m
round trip via "The Northwestern Line."
The ONLY double track railway from
6 TRAINS DAILT. Route of the electric
lighted "Overland Limited."
Company's offices, H01-140S Farnam St,
Good foalttoa Open.
Good opening for a newsDaoer or nin.
line solicitor.. Permanent position for
competent man. Address Twentieth Cen
tury Farmer, Bee Building, Omaha.
Beautiful pearl and diamond brooches.
$5.00 to $300.00. Edholm, Jeweler.
Hawks cut glass. Edholm, Jeweler.
FARNAM STREET LAND SALE
Prlee la Lew on Aeeount of tho Con
ditions of the Transfer and
Yesterday a tract of ground, ninety
feet front on Farnam street by 13S feet on
Nineteenth street, on the southwest corner,
was sold at 'partition sale for the sum ot
$17,900. The land was owned by Dr. Aub of
Cincinnati and on it Is a two-story brick
house. It is below the grade ot the street
and the Improvements are old. Taking the
character of the land and the nature of the
Improvements Into consideration, real es
tate dealers say that, at forced sale, the
consideration waa satisfactory, but that aa
a general proposition $300 a front foot on
Farnam street in that neighborhood would
be very low. Mrs. Aub was offered $16,000
for the land a few weeks ago. but refused
to entertain the offer and It la understood
that she will hold it as an Investment.
If you use Graln-0 in place of
coffee you will enjoy it just as
much for it tastes the same; yet, it
is like a food to the system, dis
tributing the full substance of tho
pure grain with every drop.
THY IT TO-DAY.
At gteosts evarywksce. IK. a4 se. par psiaat
7. R. DEIHIETT GO.
Pianos and Organs
For the next ten days, to make
room for the Immense stock of
pianos purchased for our holiday
trade. Below you will find a de
scription of a few of the many
makes we handle.
It is with pardonable pride that we
refer to the unanimity with which the
greatest ortlstH, brightest critics and
ix-st musicians have accepted the
KvcrcMt I'lano as the new artistic
standard of the world.
IVERS & POND PIANO
Flryl-clnss In every particular; when
we gay lirst-class we mean all that
It Implies, that no piano Is made bet
ter, that throughout, the best mate
rials are used, the best skilled labor
employed, the best trained talent given
to desipnlnir the scale and cases of
this wonderful piano.
Noted for perfection. In tone, touch,
durability and beautiful case designs.
In the selection of a piano the domi
nating object should be to get one
whlrh In pleftrfng In the sympathetic
character of its tone and of a make
whlrh enjoys the reputation of being
durably constructed. These qualities
you will find in the many beautifully
designed cases of the HARVARD.
SniTH & BARNES PIANO
is well known In this section and Is
unexcelled In touch, tone and dura
bility. Nearly 45,000 in use.
Solid hardwood frame, continuous
hinge, full iron plate, nickel-plated
hammer rail, over strung- base and
three pedals. Tone and cajie designs
superb. AND many others we have
not space to describe.
A few of our bargains for the next
One new upright piano, sample ..$127.00
One new upright piano, walnut
One new upright plarvo, standard
make 228 00
One new upright piano 248.00
One square piano 22.00
ne square piano 2$ 00
One square piano 32.00
One square piano 46.00
One low top walnut organ $.00
One medium high top walaut
One Kimball organ, 3 mirrors .... 28.00
One Kstey organ, with mirror .... 32.00
One high top Cottage organ 40.00
New organs, $45, $i3, 168, X5 and.. 90.00
Second hand pianos and organs taken
In exchange for new pianos.
AH goods sold guaranteed to be as
We cannot sell to all the people, but
would like an opportunity to explain
to all the people our easy payment
plan. New pianos sold on $3.00. 16.00
$i.0i), $8.00 and $10.00 per month. Ail
second hand goods sold on terms to
suit the purchasers.
Pianos tuned, moved and repaired.
full line of small instruments, mu
sical merchandise and sheet music sold
at greatly reduced price.
You will save money by getting our
terms and prices before purchasing.
Call or write. Goods shipped to any
part of the tate on approval.
Call and examine our Chase and
Baker piano player the best In the
market. Sold on easy monthly pay-
R AibSlC DEPT. SECOND PTrirvn
J. S. Cameron, Mgr.
17. R. DENNETT GO.
F. M. Russell
Heading Lamps, Electric
Oil and Gas.
Electric & Gas Fixtures.
3IJ S. 15th St. Telephone 50J
Ib ail DleitAaEii
12 year mt nm
ceasful practlae la
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DR. SEARLES & SEARLES
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
West Aarleniinrat Week!-.
JH IWJ IWJIn IB
THERE isn't apl ace in America vvher c
6uits nutl overcoats for young men, 14 to 20, nro
sold ns we sell thorn lim Not a plaeo where the
Block is so large, the variety so preat, the prices so pleasing
to the buyer. We take a spetial pride in the fact that
young men from every walk of life come here preferably
for their clothes, and of tlie thousands that come, not one
but goes away satisfied pleased, determined to come
again. Commencing at $1.00 for good substantial suits
and overcoats to $18 for the very best that's made, every
material that's good, every pattern that's stylish, every de
tail that will add to wear, will be found in our assortment,
and we will see to it that the fit and finish are in keeping
with the general goodness. If there are any young men in
Omaha who are not familiar with our youth's department,
we have some surprises in store for them.
14k gold, long, short and Dlcken'e Chains from $10.00
iu aio.w. oame in goia nnea
good value. We have them
patterns, from $4 to $6. We
Kuuas. ppena a rew minutes at our store.
LOOK FOR THE NAME.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1016 Douglas Street.
that cGuaEsEYsE0Y HOWELL'S ANTI'KAVF
For sale by all drug
From Grand Island
Mr. J. M. Bower of Grand Island, Neb.,
has a child who had the croup; he wanted
a bottle of Roache's Embrocation and could
not get it in that town, so he 'PHONED
US ABOUT t O'CLOCK THIS MORNING
(we are always open you know) and the
8:40 B. & M. train took the goods to him.
Is there any other store in the state of
Nebraska on which he could have de
pended to get this article to htm In the
same length of time? We think not.
Promptness Is our LONG SUIT and BE
ING HERE WHEN our patrons want any
thing Is OUR MOTTO. This Grand Ieland
man cot a 11.50 article for S1.2S too. even If
the N. A. H. D. don't like It! We have 3
messenger ooys now 10 denver gooos, ana
we charge nothing for delivering IN THE
CITY or to the depot if for out of town.
'lei. 147. . W. Cor. tta sal Cklaasu,
LEST YOU REGRET
WE SAY IT YET
The 13.60 and $2.60 Onlmod Shoes
equal any $5.00 and 16.00 shoes sold
by ordinary shoe stores.
There Is but one Regent Shoe Store
In Omaha we are It. and we sell
men's sheos exclusively.
You have probably seen
205 South 15th St.
WHEN YOU BUY A
You are not payimc lurCUKUMOs; .-Cllt.l t . kULE DEALS, ETC, hut
for FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO. EQUAL to IMPOK TED ClUAIUs.
r. B. KICJB UXACANTLUt CXOAH CO. MaolV. k UrniM. Vuloa Ma4a
1323 Farnam Street
and Union Station
cnains, fcj.uu to .).a(), are
In finer grades, handsome
carry a good line of these
gists. Price 25o and 50o.
That after waiting for over eight
weeks we can tell our frlnds that we
again have all the slzea In our special
anti-wet feet shoes, for policemen,
mailmen, motormen or others who
must be on their feet all day and out
In all kinds of weather.
Three t-oles to heel sail cloth lined.
The best evidence of the merit In
these shres Is the fact that those who
have worn them have walterl all '.his
time fur their lse, rather than ta1--some
other hoe they had never tried.
These at S3. 50 are as mar to a wal. r
proof soled shoe hi can be made hii1
every pair have our, "your money
back" guarantee with them.
DREXEL SHOE GO.
Catalogue Free for the Asking.
Omaha's Do-to-Date Shot. House,
1419 FARNAM STREET.
Is found to
cure sweaty, olaniy
hands and feet.
A. MAI KM,
61S Bes Bids.. Omaha, Neb.
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