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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FIUDAY, DECEMTtETt 12. IPO".
EVADES CIRCULATION FACTS
Polio Beard Fails to Deny Evtuinr, Bee
Figures in Court.
DECLINES TO MEET THE REAL ISSUE
Member Win Case on Their Affi
davits Declarf na; that They '"
tea to no Xothlna; Prejndl
rial to Amy Paper.
The alacrity, the dexterity and the per
severence with which the attorney for the
defendants and for the rival dailies side
stepped and dodjred the matter of relative
.circulation was the principal and an al
most laughable feature of yesterday1!
proceeding! before Judge Read In the suit
brought by The nee Publishing company
to enjoin Members Rroatch. Wright, Sprat
len and Thomas of the fire and police board
from further prejudicial action In the
matter of liquor license and the publica
tion of notice of applications for them.
The Injunction was denied and the re
straining order Issued a month ago was
Attorney Ourley for the defendants dodged
It In the answer and dodged It In his argu
ment, averring that It had really nothing
to do with the case. In the answer which
ha Bled to the plaintiff's petition he In
corporated the statement that they, the
defendants, r eully don't know enough about
the circulation of any of the papers to
HAYPFV" WILL RE HEADY.
All Prepared to Meet Raatav Claaa
Santa Claus sent Hayden Bros, a telegram
saying he would come here Saturday and
make Hayden Bros, his headquarters. Hay
den Bros, have arranged a grand reception
for him and Saturday he will be seen at
their store surrounded by a grand, complete
and most beautiful display of dolls, toys
and holiday goods on the main floor. The
children are especially Invited to come Sat
urday and meet the only real live Santa
Claus and talk to htm and tell him just
what they want.
The Oorrion-Shay English Opera company .
In Oounod's opera of "Kanst." The rust:
Marguerita Rose Cecelia Shay
Slebol Pauline Johnson I
Martha .'. Lena Winters
Faust Joseph Fredericks
Mephisto John Dunemure
Valentine Achllle Albertl
Wagner George Francis Beard
Signer Nacoclous, musical director.
Gr.-tid op-ra. sung to very good Eng
lish translation, a found in the Schlrmer
edition, was the attraction at the .Boyd j
last night. The company presenting this
short season Is called the Gordon -Shay
, Grand Opera company. The work selected
for the opening night was the .Gounod
masterpiece, "Faust." It Is, as every one
! knows who la at all familiar with musical
works, a difficult opera to sing and a. most
... . . ,., . T., Important member of grand opera repertoire
would not recommend any particular one. l
In law auch failure to deny Is considered ? reviewing such a product!
for the purpose of the case admission of
the truth, so that it goes onto the court
records aa the tacit admission of the de
fendants In this suit that the petitioner's 1
claim of having for The Evening Bee the
greatest circulation of any of the Douglas
county dallies Is the fari.
Attorney McCulloch, who sat at one side
of the room with his client, G. M. Hitch
cock of the World Publishing company,
bopped Into the proceedings at one point and
then hopped out again before anybody had
opportunity to find out what he wished, why
he had spoken or what he had said.
Van Onsen Break In.
Later Attornev Van Dusen, for the
News, arose with great modesty and some
trepidation to Invite the court not to do
anything rash until It heard from him.
Hla honor signified a dealre to know if Mr.
Van Dusen or the News held any cards In
the game then la progress and Mr. Van
on .aa that
which was given last night one must take
Into consideration two Important facts;
first, that much Of the beauty of a work
like "Faust" la lost In the translation, the
English language not lending Itself recdily
to the beautiful legato effect! and vowel
coloring of the Italian or French. In the
second place, one cannot aspect a mammoth
production, with a grand orcheatra and
all-star cast, at the prices which prevail
under the caption of "regular."
With these reflections, therefore, It Is
to be said that the company under discus
sion does some work that is really excel
lent, and a great deal that Is full of sincer
ity and earnest ambition to pleas the audi
ence. That this was appreciated by the
audience was shown by the very spontane
ous outbursts of applause which followed
many bits of the evening's work.
As Marguerita. Miss Rose Cecelia Shay
did some excellent things. Her lower tones
are beautiful, and when she doea not be-
ia Our Bank
Dusen admitted that he didn't, but said j come too strenuous In the attack of her
high tones her singing Is convincing. It Is
easily to be seen that she 1b more adapted
to a role like "Carmen" than that of Mar
guerita. Her grace of pose, her genuine
acting and her Interpretation are each
Of Mr. Albertl, It may be easily and
truthfully stated that he Is an absolute
model of finished acting. In the slightest
makes one sees the
artist, and did he have no musical prowess
to exploit, he would still challenge admira
tion as an actor. But, he has a glorious
voice, which he knows how to use, and an
authority of singing that la a pleasure to
see and a good thing to try to Imitate.
Mr. Fredericks, as Faust, was promising.
He is a young man yet, and time will bring
to him .the fruition of much that Is now In
the bud. Hla voice showed capability of
doing big things, at times, and at other
times be obviously strained utter effects
which were not secured. When he cut
loose some of his tones were beautiful and
that some time he might want to and
meanwhile hoped the court wouldn't preju
dice the public 'against his fledgling by
granting the Injunction sought.
On the whole, It was rather a dull pro
ceeding becauae Attorney Simeral, for The
Bee, had the wholo door, the attorney for
the defendants clinging to their subter
fuge of falling to deny the allegation of
ffreatep rtreillntlon Anil an frtrflnv thA IllitaA .
T . . ... . " " . , ",',' movement the man
id mite me Biaoa mat unucr me pieauings
that queatlon did not form a part of the
controversy. Plaintiff's attorney read the
petition and many affidavits showing the
result of the canvass that had proved the
plaintiff's claims. He also read the ruling
In cases of similar nature. Defendants'
attorney read nothing, but the affidavits
of general denial by the members of the
board, and only pleaded with the court not
to grant the lnjujnctlon asked because the
members aforesaid are all goodly men of
untarnished fame who would suffer severely
by reason of the reflection cast upon their
Today the last
of the year.
Today we will attempt to close out every remnant and piece of
dreas good, silks, velvets, French flannels, etc., at a mere fraction of
their value. Everything must positively be closed out to make more
room for toys and holiday goods.
$1.00 Dress floods at 25c Hundred of short lengths of cashmere, Hen
riettas and albatross In principally light and bright colors, such as pinks,
creams, cardinals, blues and black, especially adaptable for doll dresses,
trimmings, children's dresses and ladies' waist, every yard worth OCJ
up to $1.00, go on bargain square, at, a yard i-C
French Flannels, 5c and 10c a piece All the short lengths of all wool
French flannels that have accumulated from our Immense sales, 5 and 10
pieces to match, all Vi and 4 yards long, In all colors, gq on SZ . 1 f-
, for entire piece . KJ tuv
Silk Velvets $1.00 and 1.53 silk
velvets In lengths from three to ten
yards, In reds, blues, rose, creams
bargain square In two lots,
Imported and Novelty Dress Oooda
thousands of sample piece bought
from the custom house, all of them
nearly a yard long, 4 and 5 pieces to
match, worth up to $2.50 a
CI, UUII VII UOCK-D, WIVW UV: ..-n
3c, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c
yard, on sale at, each ,
Short Lengths Colored Velvets and Silks These remnants are especially
desirable for fancy work, neckwear, doll dresses, also drees trimmings and
millinery purposes, and go
at, for entire remnant
Specials at Sc Piece Samples of dotted Swiss curtains, bobbinet, braided
and hemstitched India llnons. These pieces are nearly -yard In length,
trimmed with ruffles to match materials and would be found serviceable for
doll dresses, tidies, fancy work and many other useful purposes, C
all go on main floor at 6o for an entire piece .
Big Clearing of Mill Remnants
We will close out all the balance of our stock on hand of mill remnants
tomorrow to make room for the toys.
We will sell all the 12V4c imitation
French flannel - 62C
All the double fleeced cotton eider
down flannel that has been I
old tor 25c will go at A. 2C
All the balance of our stock on hand
light and dark and plain colored
outing flannel, that has been sold for
10c, we will close out tomor- C
All the balance of our entire atock
on hand of fine muslins, cambrics,
long cloths, etc., that have C
been 10c all season go at .... S-JC
All the balance ot our entire stock
on hand of One mercerised sateen that
ha been sold for 19c, to close It -out
tomorrow, worth 40c, it goea -4 f
at 10o a yard 1 iiC
And hundreds of other big bargains In the basement tomorrow to
room for Santa Claus and hla toys.
25c Lace Remnants at 2ic and 5c Fine French Valenciennes, point
d'esprlte net top Orientals, mechlines, running from 3 to 5
, yard lengths, over 50 styles, worth up to 25c, at
All the balance of our stock on hand
of Everett classic gingham that has
been sold for 76c, goes
All the balance of our stock on hand
of cotton flannel remnants that were
8c a yard all season, to close C
them out tomorrow they go at. OC
All the balance of our entire stock
on hand of wool blankets that have
been sold all season for C O
6.50 a pair, go at O
Tonr choice of our entire stock of
comforts that were sold np to t3.C0
each, to close them out and make
room for the toys, they go -4 S"ySZ
at each Iji50
to UQUS Windows
STOP THAT COUGH
ANO ASK FOR
In niVIni hlx nillna vent ej-rtn v afternoon full or me true tenor ring.
at 2: SO Judge Read considered that the doc- ! Mr. Dunsmure, as Mephlstopheles, scored
For sale by all drug gists. Price 25c- and- 60c.
torod answer left only the question of
whether the defendant were In certain con
spiracy to injure The Bee and as the evi
dence on that point was not as specific and
strong as a court would require, there be
ing no proof of any overt act, he denied the
Injunction and dissolved the restraining
REJECTS SEWER ASSESSMENTS
Coo net I Board of Equalisation
; Tarn Donn Plan in Two
The city council yesterday afternoon
finished its three-day session as a Board
of Equalization on a number of special as
sessments for local Improvements, as al
ready enumerated, and heard several pro
tests, applying principally to Individual
piece of property. The objection most ex
" tensive in its scope was against the re
vised plan ot assessment in sewer district
No. 273, which embraces Twelfth street,
from Pierce to William street, which, as
formerly presented, bad aroused much an
tagonism among the property owners. As
before, it was urged that much of the
property selected for taxation for this Im
provement lies so low as to derive no ben
efit from the sewer, and after much dis
cussion this second plan of assessment was
In the plan ot assessment for sewer dis
trict 277, near Fourth and Woolworth
streets, It was found that the lots In three
of the blocks Included had already been
assented in another sewer district, and
this plan was rejected for that reason.
Minor corrections were made in some of
great success, his admirable stage pres- 1
ence and fine low tones assisting in a very
satisfactory portrayal of his infernal
The rest of the support was conscientious,
Miss Johnson, as Slebel, showing some ad
mirable high tone. The chorus was in
good condition and the orchestra was fair,
some 'cello solo work being noticeably
This afternoon "II .Trovatore" will be
the bill and tonight the dashing and bril
Mia MnnchhofFa Home Coming.
The coming of Miss Mary Munchhoff to
the Boyd on Tuesday, December 23, bids fair
to become the gala event of the theatrical
season. The advance requests for seats
show intense interest, and that she will be
greeted by a crowded house there is little
doubt. This will be th only opportunity
to hear this talented Omaha girl, for on
.Tannarv SI ah aalla acaln for Eurooe
where she sings in Edinburgh on the sist Insist That They Ears Used No Unlawful
acid In Berlin for the sixth time on rebru
ary 2. From there she will begin her an
nual tour of the continent.
ALBERT EDHOLM, JEWELER.
107 Worthl6th8t Opp. P.O.
Suggestions for Men's Xtnas Gifts.
Diamond- rings, 120.00 to $500.00; Diamond tudn, $15.00 to $500.00; Dia
mond lockets. $10.00 to $75.00; heavy signet rings, IlO.iiO to $32.l; Lighter
ones $5.00. $6.(, $7.00 and $S.00; Link buttons. $2.50 to $25.00; Filled
link buttons, $1.00 to $2.50; Sliver link buttons (artistic fine heavy
ones), $1.50 to $3.00; Gold fobs, $5.00 to $30.00; Cut glass cigar Jars. $5.00 to
t'OOO' B. P. O. E. emblems and charms, $2.00 to $250.00; Dress studs,
.ri mr,A with small diamonds. Der set of three. $15.00 to $24.00: UK.
gold buttons for light vests, $12.00 per set of six: UK nold key rlnss, A
$5 00 Brandy flasks, smoking sets, military and clothes brushes, trinkets Jrk
and novelties In best makes of silver at attractive prices
STRIKERS DENY VIOLENCE
the other plans ot
were then adopted.
assessment and they
How to Avoid the Uaaftri of a Cold,
Everyone must realise the dangers at
tending a sever cold and that it Is always
prudent to remain indoors until the danger
Is passed. Many, however, do not feel able
to lose the time and will be interested In
knowing that a severe cold may be broken
up and all danger avoided by th prompt
use of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. It
. not enly cures, - but cure quickly and
counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia.
with its lovely seaside resorts, orange
groves, beautiful gardens and quaint old
mission towns, is visited every year by
thousands of tourists who travel over the
Union Pacific, because.lt Is the best and
quickest route. Its great California train,
"The Overland Limited," reaching San
Francjsco from Omaha sixteen hours ahead
of all competitors. It Is th only lino run
ning Four Personally Conducted Excursions
to California every week. City ticket office,
1324 Farnam street. 'Phone 316.
Mtani Against Breakers,
TESTIMONY GIVEN IN ' FEDERAL COURT
This Season' Tkroach Service
Florida Mill Leave Chicago
8i40 p. m.,
beginning January 6, 1903, over Pennsyl
vania Short Line vl Louisville. Passengers
may go through to points in Kentucky, Ten
nessee, Georgia and FJorida without chang
ing cars. Sleeping, Dining and Observation
Jndare Monger Listen to Evidence
Given by Men who are Aecnaed
f Beta In Contempt of
Judge Munger decided that the discussion
of the legal phases of the Union Pacific
strikers' contempt case, which took up the
time ot the court yesterday morning, would
not Interfere with the hearing of th tes
timony ot the witnesses for the defense.
and their evidence wa Introduced yester
day afternoon. i
The defense confined Itself entirely to
the examination of th'e men named in the
bill ot complaint Died by the railroad com
pany. William Richelieu was the first wit
ness and testified that as captain ot the
pickets he had never seen an unlawful dem
onstration on the part of the strikers. Ha
explained the system by which the strike
Ion Take ! Rlab
In . using Dr. Kirg's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds.. It cures
all lung troubles or no pay. 50c and fl.
For sal bv Kuhn Co.
Cars to Jacksonville and St. Augustine. In
qulries on the subject will be answered by picket were Issued checks while at work
H. R. Dertns. 248 South Clark St., Chicago, which called for a atrljis Denent lr pre
tlnuil t-oaltion nnpg,
Good opening for s newspaper or mags
sin solicitor. Permanent position for a
competent man. Address Twentieth Cen
tury Fanner, Be Building. Omaha.
We wish to express our thanks to the
Brotherhood ot Locomotive Engineer, th
ladle ot the First Methodist Episcopal
church, the social friend of Dunsany flat
and all who so kindly ministered to us in
our bereavement. MRS. O. W. MYERS.
WILL C. MTERS.
Last season's toys will be closed out
Saturday at half price. Orchard WU-
sented at labor headquarter the morning
following the Issue.. By this means he
stated he was able to determine If the men
were aober and otherwise In condition for
picket duty. In addition, to this dally In
pectlon, he stated that ha had made it a
point to be present each day where the
strikers were doing picket duty, and under
these conditions he felt that it there had
been any unlawful acta on the part of the
strikers be would have known It. Rich
elieu also denied that he bad used threaten
ing language towards Firth, one of the
strike breakers, who testified to that effect
Wedneaday. On the contrary, Richelieu al
leged that Firth did all the talking, and
that the substance of hie remarks was that
be (Firth) would succeed In putting Rich
elieu in jail before the year was out.
The remainder ot the defendants testified
separately that to their knowledge the
striker had at no time since the injunc
tion used any threats or abusive language
towards the strike breakers. They stated
that the Instructions given 'he pickets was
to avoid any harsh measures or profane
language, or anything that might In any
way be construed as a violation of the
order cf the court. These instruction,
thev said, had been carried out to the let-
BIU tui m fKIWbS Ur ter.
rin pMimt an nraffifneDt of Attornev
rilll IlllUrV't: rl flAItJ Balowln to appear before the Board of
WllllwaJIVlwll J WLtUilYaJp Review on behalf of the Union Pacific this
1 .1 nnmlM thit ease was adjourned until Sat
tu.au ioaia reuucea vo .u urdav mornlns.
10.75 Oats reduced to..... 7,87
8.5D Goals reduced to j ,. 5.87 publish your legal notices Is Tn Weekly
A.50 Coats reduced to .... 3.87 I Be. Telepbono 23.
2.60 Coats reduced to 2.23
.WCosU reduced to 1.87 I Kin Col Pancake fit Us mouth.
...MRS. J. BENSON...
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN "
Don't fall to eea our etock before you buy;
All lengtbBof Scarfs and Boas in the
popular r urs.
The Bi? Xmas Stock Reducing;
Piano Sale at Schmolier &
Miller's, 1313 Far
nam St., a Huge
In the Home, On the Streets, In the
Shop, It Is a Common Topic of
Many of Omaha's best Citizens
Have Taken Advantage of
Our Better Tnan
A Sale ot Artistic Pianos, Not Commer
We Ship Pianos Anywhere Within 500
fllles of Omaha, on Our Popular
Easy Payment Plan. Store
No matter how critical your piano tastes
are we can satisfy them at this sale.
This Is not n Bale of piano riffraff at
little or nothing prices, but the world's
best at the least money.
On our floors you will find the largest
variety of strictly artistic piano to be
found In the west.
Pianos of world-wide reputation and
standing are rapidly going at pricea and
even less than ycu have been asked to pay
for pianos of unknown value and doubtful
We offer six elegant miniature grand
pianos at a very slender margin over east
ern factory cost. An ideal Christmas gift.
Several beautiful George Steck pianos In
latest designed cases will be closed out at
greatly reduced prices.
A number of art cases from such re
nowned factories as Hardman of New York,
Emer3on of Boston, Vose & Sons of Boston,
Colonial styles from celebrated makers
as Steger & Sons, Vose & Sons, A. B. Chase,
Parlor styles from over thirty different
factories, all at prices never before quoted
in the west.
Brand new upright pianos in all the va
rious cases, regular prices $300, $325, $350,
$.175, $400 to $500, are going rapidly at such
ridiculously low prices as $172, $187, $198,
$218, $237, $250, $262, $280 to $298.
We have a number of genuine bargains
In what we term our "special bargains:" 1
Knabe. $288; 1 Knabe, $262; 1 Knabe, $247;
1 Emerson, $287; 1 Emerson, $280; 1 Emer
son, $242; 1 Steger, $266; 1 Ivers ft Pond,
$289; 1 Chickerlng, $148; 1 Smith & Barnes,
$118; 1 Everett, $174; 1 Jewett, $197; 1
Erbe, $142; 1 Hardman, $298.
All will be sold on our popular easy
payment plan $1, $1.60, $2 to $3 weekly
We ship pianos anywhere within 500
miles of Omaha. If after careful examina
tion instrument is unsatisfactory we agree
to pay freight both ways and refund all
money. Will this create sufficient confi
dence in you to allow us to make your
selection. Write us how much you wish
to invest. . We will do the rest.
Immediate action will secure your choice.
Store open evenings.
SCHMOLLER ft MUELLER.
coats at $10
This has licn a great work In our Men's Overcoat tie
part ment. Those Men's Overcoat's that we have been sell
ing at f 10 made it so.
Today's express brings us more Overcoats we have
added these to our ?10 line, which makes the assortment
more complete than ever. The assortment at this price is
the greatest that we have ever offered and the values give
you an opportunity to save a five dollar
bill. These coats are '
113.00 values for
We carry the largest assortment of Men's Fur Coats
to be found anywhere in the land. Our prices arc absolute
ly the most reasouable. We have all grades and styles of
furs suitable for people in all walks in life. For doctor's
driving coat we have elegant cloth outside and lined with
all suitable styles of furs. For motormen, teamsters, cat
tlemen we have the proper coats with the lowest guaran
teed prices. We are showing a variety of furs that will
$1.00 size, 60o
PI RE GLYCERIXE
35c a pint.
10c a pint
$1.60 kind, $1.00 a pint
EXTRA FIB W1SKS
O: P. C. BAVDAGE
. $1.00 kind, 60o
O. P. C. BAXDAGE
$1.60 kind, 75c
75c kind. 450
$1.00 kind, 60c
$1.25 kind, 75c
$1.50 kind, $1.00
SELL-OUT SALE OP DRUGS
Fuller Drug & Paint Go
114 S. 14th Street.
We still sell paint
a-ood for a pair of Sorosl Shoe
at this or any other Sorosls Store
in the United States may be pur
chased at this etore
It is a convenient way to give
shoes for Christmas.
Then the recipient selects any
kind he wishes.
The certificate is a prepaid order
for a pair of Sorosls equal to a
y Bank Draft
201 S. 15th St.
Frank Wilcox, Mgr.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
We are COMMANDED to turn $400,000 worth Of new, clean, up-to-the-hour
merchandise into money, and to do it at once. ,
GET READY for securing the GRANDEST SNAPS EVER OFFERED
IN THE TRANSMISSISSIPPI COUNTRY. This most gigantic sale will be
begun IMMEDIATELY THE INVENTORY IS COMPLETE.
Watch for the LAUNCHING OK THIS TREMENDOUS MONEY-SAVING
3FFORT and GET READY FOR SECURING THE GRANDEST SNAPS
you ever heard of.
HUNDREDS OF EXTRA SALESPEOPLE will be employed for thl
glvlng-away event. GET READY.
W. R.BENNETT CO
E. E. HASTINGS, RECEIVER.
Our stock of Diamonds Is large and the quality unsurpaased
by anything found elsewhpre in Omaha. The most of our Dia
monds are absolutely perfect in cut and color, free from Im
perfections. W'e s?U them at a lower figure than Is often paid
for an inferior article. Every article sold Is backed by our
SOLITAIRE DIAMOM) RINGS 9ft AND VP
DIAMOND RROOCHE9 SO AND I'P
DIAMOND SLEEVE RITTON9 B AND IV
DIAMOND LOCKETS f20 AND UP
Come and see the pretty goods for lft and favors, or write for cata
MAWHINNEY & RYAN COMPANY,
Jewelers and Art Stationer. Open Evening i. 15th and Douglas, Ofl AHA
Shradcr's Laxative Fig Powder
Removes Alvitie Poison, the cause of all ills sold in lOo
and 25c boxes by druggista Manufactured by
W. J. SHRADER MED. CO., Omaha and New York
Assorted Flavors. Llcht Colored
Coating. "The kind that is preferred
by some people."
V-lb. and 1-lb. packages.
KUHN & CO., DRUGGISTS,
ISth and Doaglat Ma.
QUAIL PERISH IN THE SNOW
Report from Interior of State
Bird Are Dying; by the
Report received from the Interior of the
state by commission men are to the effpet
that quatl are dying by thousands on ac
count of the snow. It is said that whole
Docks have been.' caught In the snow and
are found frozen by hunters.
Speaking ot this condition, one commis
sion man said that were the atate to repeal
the law prohibiting the killing of quail at
least 100.000 of these bird might be sold
during the year. Under existing conditions
th bird are allowed to perish In the snow,
hut may not t killed lor foud.
Saturday, Dec. 13th
la Vi a navt A.innrrTinlt V vmi will ha v tf
getting our KUYPTIAN LOTUS CREAM
AT 6(J PER BOTTLE, and we reserve the J
right to limit the number to two (2) bottles !
to a euxtome:. Save our cash register
tickets; they are worth 6 per cent, and '
where 19 a bank wnicn win pay you, 6 per
cent for the ue of your money?
Ladies' or genus' Chamois Vests $2.00
C'hrHi Protectors from 5oc. to t3M
Hot Water Page, guaranteed, up from.. 4Sj
Jtubber Uloves, guaranteed, pair $l.ut)
Rest Chocolates you ever ate, pound.. 40c
Colgate's 50c Perfumes, per ounce 25o
$1.00 Iler's Malt Whiskey :'o
$1.00 Canadian Malt Whiskey, best 75c
Vl.UO Rherwln & Williams' Hath Enamel 75c
60c Sherwln Williams' Hath enamel too
fiic Pozzoni Kace Powder 22a
2oc Orave Tooth Powder 10o
3Jc Genuine Caetorta 24o
$1.00 Butler's Female Remedy (guar
$2oo Chester's Pennyroyal Pills (genu
Tel. T IT. a. W. Cor. IHite and Chleecu,
Lap Robes and
We carry more blankets and Lip
Robes, with a greater variety of styles
and at lower prices, than any firm
Andersen, Millard Go.
IS 16-18 Capitol Ave.
$35 t us and we'll fork over
to you one of tlione hantlnonie
heavy Coronation Mixture suit
you nee so many men wearlnjf
'round town a suit that liears
the eunnarks of Fifth Avenue.
N. V.. fashionable tailoring that
will be out by a cutter who
knows style and sewn and fln
iwhed by Omaha's finest tailors.
We're making It worth folks'
while to come "up the hill."
MacCarthy Tailoring Co.
Phone 1808. ' 1710-12 Farnam St.
Bee Bldf., Omaha.
Deputy Stat VeUrtuartu
H. L. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S.
Pfflo aad loArmaJT. Uth and Maaoa St.
Omaha. Nsb. Telephone US.
It ha attained perfection In
the only way perfection ever
can be attained by the Blow
and careful elimination of th
Imperfection found in th
earlier forms. For
EASE Of OPERATION,
CAPACITY KOK MUSICAL
DKMMr Y OF" CONTROL,
ACCURACY OF TECHNIQUE
It stands alone.
It gives separate control of
the bane and treble and is th
only player capable of th
clastic, human touch so
Call at our Parlora,
Hear it play.
PIhv It vnurftAlf
to.uo worth of muslo
15.UO bench free with
player until January 1.
isu.isis Donne street.
ana tUiay- kfc
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