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THE OMAHA DAILY I1EE: TIIUHSDAY, DECEMIlEIt IS, W02.
LAWYERS WANT LEGISLATION
One of Their Bills Prorideg for Extension of
Students' Beading Course.
FAVOR A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
Omaha AXnrnrri Will Also Promote
Bill for liprrma Court Commla.
Ion of Ma Mrmbrri I)nr
In Seat Two Tears.
With the near arproach of the conyenlng
f the legislature local attorneys are getting
busy In preparing bills for enactment de
sired by members of the profewion.
There has been prepared already a bill
extending the reading course required for
admission to the bar in this state to three
Instead of two rears, and at last Saturday's
meeting the Omaha Bar association adopted
resolutions Introduced by J. H. Mcintosh
Instructing the association's legislative
committee, composed of Warren Switzler,
Ed P. Smith. C. O. McDonald. M. A. Hall
and O. A. Goss, to ascertain If pome modi
fications and Improvements cannot be made
la the codo of procedure, and, If they so
find, to draft a bill and have It brought
before the next legislature.
Chairman Swltzlcr is about to Issue a
circular letter inviting members of the as
sociation to make suggestions to the com
mittee. Another resolution declared it to
fee the sense of the association that the
legislature should rail a constitutional con
vention. Another resolution favors making
the supreme court commission consist of six
members during the next two years.
The annual raeetlngvf the Omaha asso
ciation Is to be January 10 and probably
the legislative committee's report will then
be discussed at considerable length, after
. the election of the officers of the associa
tion. The meeting of the State Bar asso
ciation is to be In Omaha January 8 and 9,
with the banquet on the latter evening.
, For this reason the local association will
have no banquet of Ha own, but attend in
full strength that of the larger body.
Desire for evr Canst It at Ion.
In speaking of the various resolutions
adopted at Saturday night's meeting a
member of the association said: "The de
sire for a larger supreme court Is not the
only reason for proposing a constitutional
convention. The attorneys generally over
the stato desire to have the constitution
Itself made easier to change. They wish
to provide for carrying amendments to it
by a majority of those who vote on the
amendment Instead of a majority of those
who vote at the election. This latter con
struction was what defeated the amend
ment Itself at the recent election.
"The supreme court commission should
be cut this year to six members. Now
there are nine commissioners, but the work
Is partly caught up, and two years hence
It should be nearly enough back to normal
to make possible a further cut, though
some commissioners will always be neces
sary as long as the supreme Judges are but
three in number."
Over the bill providing for a longer term
of preparation for admission to the bar
there may be considerable controversy, but
In It there la a clause barring attorneys
from other states who have had lees than
the three-year course, so the framers of
the bill contend that it Is fair play for all
Hew Train Service Via Inlun Paclfle.
Effective December 21, the Union Paclfle
will place in aervlce a new train to and
from North Platte, leaving Omaha at 8 a.
m. daily, making
Five passenger trains to North Platte;
Six passenger trains dally to Grand Is
land. Following changes In time of ether Vnion
No. 43, leave 4 p. m.; No. 8, leave 4:20
p. m.; No. 2, arrive 7:D0 p. m.; No. 6, ar
rive 6:60 p. m.
City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam atreet.
Union station. Tenth and Marcy streets.
Holiday Hates Vl Wabus Railroad.
Oa December 18, 19, 20 and 21 the Wabash
will sell round trip tickets from Chicago
to many points In Canada at halt tare.
Tickets good returning January 10, 1903.
Call at Wabash corner 1601 Farnam street,
or eddress Harry K. Moores, G. A. P. D..
. Good Position nnrn.
Oood opening for s newspaper or mags
sine solicitor. Permanent position for s
competent man. Address Twentieth Cen
tury Farmer, Bee Building, Omaha,
Oood breakfast King Colo Whole Wheat
FUNERAL OFJCAJVIPBELL FAIR
ex-vices Will Be Held at Trinity
Cathedral at Five O'clock
The funeral services of the late Dean
Campbell Fair will be held at Trinity ca
thedral at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon In
stead of at 1 o'clock, as first announced.
At o'clock In the evening the family,
with the remains, will leave on the Bur
lington for Baltimore, where ths Inter
ment Is to be made.
ro Know What
Is going to happen to the little boy who
Is stuffing himself with green apples. A
grown man couldn't be induced to try
that experiment; and vet the grown man
will overload himself with indigestible
food for which he will pay a greater
penalty than colic. It is this careless
and thoughtless eating which is the be
ginning of stomach trouble and all its
painful consequence 9.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures dyspepsia and other forms of
"stomach trouble." It restores the weak
and run-down man or woman to sound
Some time has elapsed since 1 have written
yoa ia regard to the treatment I have txta
taking under vour instructions." says Mr. E. F.
Ctnginsrs,of Minneapulit. Minn. "Whea first
t commenced taking, your remedies 1 was under
trsaimsnt U s welt-known sneciaiiat io this city
(and bad been for four mouths), for catsrro,
and vi-isUy stomach trouble, stid I was
lapldty getting worse. Got so bad that I could
not cat savthlns thst did nut distress ms
terribly ana I was obliged to quit taking ths
doctor's treatment entirely. I was gi tally ro-
ucen in nesn. ju a wk
resort 1 wrote to you
and stated m y esse. and.
after rsceivtna vour in ;
siructloaa I followed
them closely After
taking five bottles of Dr.
Pisces's Golden Msdical
IHacovsry and one vtsl
of his ' Fleaasnt Pellets
t commenced to improve,
and decided to contiuus
ths medicines sad ob
serve your infractions
rsgsrdisg hygienic treat
ment. It is now nearly
Six saoaths since I com
menced your treatment
and I can ssy that I
well and netr felt better
In mv life. Am very
grstcAU to you for what
Jor medianc has done
sl Jin nHJIalHlil ff Pf lf 1 B-J ui -'i' H"HffB1ffl
A $40,000 Cloak Purchase
Drought to Omaha (or a Record Breaking Holiday Sale.
SPLENDID FURS AT FRACTIONAL PRICES
$2.50 Americau Stone Marten Scarfa at $1.50
$7. 50 genuine Mar' n Streamer tail Scarfs $3.98
31. 00 Hare Muffs .... 25c $2. 00 Coney Muffs .... 98c
20 Astrakhan Capes, 30-in. long at. .. $9.75
330 Astrakhan fe Electric Seal Jacket at $15,
$1.50 Eiderdown Dressing Sacques at 73c-Thea are strictly nH wool
eiderdown elaborately ribbed and satin trimmed, appllqued. and silk em
broidered. Pinks, reds, blues, drabs and browns. On sale
main floor OC
Ladles' and misses' tailored blouse
and revere style, worth'
$2.60 black clotb skirts, good lining,
satin stitched trim- O O
mlngs, at 7 OC
Sale Opens J
l- U (J M -crow -svfr2 ' nrlnv
laMW V WWItas? J '
FOR YOUR WIFE
or daughter, or friend a piece of cut glass or sterling
sliver, or an umbrella, or a nice purse, or a pair of opera
glasses, or a ring, or a brooch, would make a nice
Christmas gift. Nobby, taaty styles, very moderate
prices. Spend a few minutes In our store. Look for
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
15 16 Douglas Street.
OPEN EVENINGS. ,
Florida Eirsrtlsn Via "Dlste Flyer"
On Tuesday, January 6th, an excursion
will be run from Nebraska to Florida with
through sleeping cars from Omaha and Lin
coln, via Burlington Route to St. Louis and
the "Dixie Flyer" Route from there to Jack
This excursion will be a personally con
ducted one and will be In charge of Mr.
George W. Bonnell, C. T. A., B. & M. R. R.,
Lincoln, Neb., who Is thoroughly familiar
with the points of Interest enroute and In
the state of Florida.
As you ' pass through Cairo, Martin,
Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta and Macon,
and make a 12-hour stopover at Chatta
nooga, where an' experienced guide will
conduct the party through Chattanooga
Park, pay a visit to Lookout Mountain and
other points of interest; the trip will be
an Interesting and Instructive one.
. An early application for sleeping car
space Is suggested. Ask for copy of illus
trated booklet outlining the trip at 1402
Farnam Bt., or write W. H. BRILL, Dlst.
Pass. Agt., Illinois Central Railroad,
Don't los m Meal
Through dyspepsia and indigestion
Take Electric Bitters. They cure aiomsch
troubles or no pay. Only . EOc. For sale
by Kuhn & Co.
Publish your legal notices In Ths Weekly
Bee. Telephono 23S.
On December 24, 25 and $1 and January 1
the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul rail
way will sell round trip tickets to points
within 200 miles at fare and one-third.
Final limit, January 2.
City Office, 1504 Farnam 8t.
Leave Chleasro fci40 P. M. Arrive St.
Aasrnstlne IOiSS A. M.
Through passenger servioe to Jackson
ville and St. Augustine will be resumed for
the season sbout January 6, 1903, running
over Pennsylvania Short Line from Chi
cago Union Station via Louisville, Atlanta
and Macon to Jacksonville and St. Augua
tine. . For particular Information address
H. R. Derlng, A. O. P. Agt., 248 South
Clark St., Chicago.
LIKES 0MAHAHIGH SCHOOL
Prof. Vlnrent Expresses Admiration
of the Balldlas; aad the
Prof. Vincent, who lectured In this city
Monday evening on the subject of "The
New Social Philosophy," visited the High
school yesterday for a short time before
his departure. He expressed great admira
tion of the building and was much pleased
with the work he aaw In some of tho
classes during his brief stay.
Marrtags llcenes have been Issued to:
Name and Address. Age
Emery Kdwarda. Plattsmouth. Nb 32
Louisa Keegan, Plattsmouth. Neb XI
Henry J. Pchlekan, South Omaha
Cora Shadller, South Omaha Ijj
Samuel E Peahl. Omaha J?
Lora M. Vll.n. Council Bluffs, Ia U
Ouatav Sodertierg. Mad. Neb
tlulda larrlfb. Omaha 32
I-ouis C. Bruns. St. Ixiuls. Mo s
Mlnnis E. Foerster, Niobrara. Neb tl
Paul E. Erlrkson. Newman Orove, la.... SI
Augusta O. Johnson. Valley, Neb 2
Everett Miller. Omaha M
Lola Uplksr, Omaha 14
We have just closed an
immenM purchate of a stock of
cloaks, furs and suits of a high
grade eastern concern. This
huge transaction ranks Jirst in
importance among the cloak
purchases n our entirt history
of successful buying, awl we can
make prices never before heard,
of at this time of the season.
$10 Cloaks on sale, $2.50
$12 50 Cloaks for $5.00
$22.50 Cloaks for $10.00
$30 Monte Carlos $14.85
Children's Fur Trimmed OS-Coats-worth
$2, at ....OdC
Children's Box Back Coats') no
worth Js.SO, at aV.VO
$3.60 golf skirts, wide
Sample silk skirts, drop linings, lace.
Insertions, etc., taffetas f
ft peau de sole, w'th tlS.OeO vF
e- Sale Opens
THURSTON RIFLES REUNION
Members ' and Former Members te
Come Together on Ninth
The Thurston Rifles will hold a reunion
this evening In commemoration of the
ninth anniversary of the admission of tho
company to the state National guard.
There are now about 200 young men living
In Omaha who have at some time in tho
nine years been members of the company
and It Is desired that aa many of them as
possible shall be present at the reunion.
Since its organization the company has
participated In competitive drills In all
parts of the country with varying success
and taken an active part In the Spanish
The Chief or neater.
Old sores, ulcers, piles, fistula and like
stubborn maladies toon yield to Bucklen's
Arnica Salve or no pay. 25o. For sals by
Kuhn & Co.
Announcements of the Theaters.
"The Power Behind the Throne." Theo
dore Kremer's phenomenally successful
romantic drama, will be presented at
the Boyd ' tonight. Miss Katherlne Wll
lard's tour last season was marked by the
most emphatic success. Many return dates
were played, and on each occaalon Miss
Wlllard played to capacity. The production
of "The Power Behind the Throne" Is
costly and elaborate, and It Is promised
that the play will be one of the most sat
isfactory and enjoyable performances ever
seen In this city. Miss Wlllard is one of
the few really great actresses In America.
She haa the physique, training and, above
all, the temperament essential to success.
Hochman, who appears on Friday evening
at the Kountze Memorial church, la one of
the youngest and one of the most gifted of
our young pianists. His remarkable plan
lsttc talent, which Is Imbued with the In
fectious enthusiasm of youth, power, po
etical conception and a wide range of dy
namical effects, are aome of the traits ex
hibited by this brilliant young artist. Seats
now on sale at Mandelberg'a, Sixteenth and
The following births and deaths were
reported at the office of the Board of
Health during the twenty-four hours end
lug at noon Wednesday.
Plrths Dan Elatrom, 2510 South Twenty
first atreet, girl; Jerry Sullivan. 1712
Clark atreet, boy; Lee O. Lowry, 334 South
Nineteenth street, girl.
Deaths George J. Adams, 41 South
Twentieth street, aged 81 years; Clark
Kemper, 2221 Sprue street, sged 47
THE PURE W
rDHU rnrrrr awr
In comparing Grain-O and coffea
remember that while the taste is
the same Grain-O gives health and
strength whilo coffee shatters tho
nervous system and breeds disease
of the digestive organs. Thinking
people prefer Grain-O and its ben
efits. TRY IT TO-DAY.
At grcrsTy where lc au4 ttc pr packags,
m i I il-' : f'StH 4 SjlbsStll S
- fit ST,
Greatest Values In
Ever Ottered In Omaha
The way the people of Omaha and
vicinity are taking advantage of thn
money-tn-pocket prices now being
made on the world's best plsnos st
this great Christmas Stock Reducing
Sale has exceeded our fondest an
ticipation. SCHMOLIER & MUELLER
never do things by halves, so st this
sale, when we decided to reduce our
stock snd turn several hundred
pianos Into money, we marked prices
Every Instrument was marked
right down to bed rock. They de
termined that If
Quality, Prices and Terms
would be an Inducement to the piano
buying publlo there should be no dis
In Baby Grands. Art Styles, Colonial
Styles, from all the foremost fac
tories of America.
A Distinctly High Grade Piano Sale
Largest stock In the west to select
A variety not exceeded by any
house In America.
Terras Will Suit Your Convenienc
Schmoller ft Mueller's popular easy
payment plan will be In vogue during
this sale. That means you can own
a piano without working a hardship
on yourselr or family, no matter how
limited your salary.
But Don't Delay
Procrastination may rob you of the
best piano opportunity of a life
time. Open Evenings
for the accommodation of our patrons
unable to call during the day.
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail
1313 Farnam St., Omaha.
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
by tfjo Box
Ladles or rentlemen vhn wish tn mt
box of clears for . Chrlxtmas nreunt fur
some friend will do well to come to our
store or consult this list and order from It.
We have cigars in boxes of 12, 25 and 50 all
FRESH and with Jxusi-smashlng prices.
No. la. Box
In Box. Price.
Royal lancer 26 i.2S
Robert Burns (Invincible) 25 2.50
Robert Burns (Club House).. 50 4.00
Tom Moore (Perfectoa) 25 -2.00
Tom Moore (Perfectos) 50 4.00
Tom Moore (Conchas) 25 1.60
Tom Moore (Conchas) 50 3.20
Teller Superba (Conchas) 12 1.10
leiier superoa 25 2. I
TVUer Buperba 60 4.00
Teller Klegantes 12 1.00
Teller Elegantes 25 1.75
Teller Elegantes 50 3.50
Chancellor Knickerbocker .. 50 4.00 I
Chancellor Magnolias 50 8 SO
Kelo 25 2.25
Marguerites 12 1.25
CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS.
Ml Favorlta (Camellaa) 50 S.25
Ml Favorlta (Elegantes) 50 3.25
Ml Favorlta (Appollos) 50 4.00
Btachelberg & Co, Manvlco... 25 8 00
Stachelberg & Co. Bouquet.... 25 2.50
Btachelberg & Co. Gems 25 2.25
Btacheiberg r Co. Majors .... 2o 3.75 1
Ranches & Haya 50 8 50
Sanches tc Haya 50 4 00 !
Oato 50 8.25
Alexis Bouquet 12 .75
Alexin Boquet 50 3.00
1. Capaduro 50 1.85
2. Supreme Justice 25 1.U0
8. The Owl 50 1 S5
4. Henry George 50 1 60 !
Henry George 25 .90 i
6. Fete Dal'.ey 50 1.S5 !
. l.Uilun Russell 50 1.40 I
7. N. B. M 60 2.00
8. Portundo 50 2.00 J
. Manon 50 2 00 i
Manon 25 1.00 1
10. Uttle Tom 60 2.00 I
11. Mexo-Rlco Stogies 100 1.25
12. Cremo 50 1.50 I
14. Tom Keene 25 .90
15. Tom Keene 50 1 5 I
If you wlnh these goods sent by mall add
the following amounts to above prices:
For box of 12, add 10c.
a For box of 25, add Inc.
For box of 50, add 2oc.
IX KI.DS OF CIGARETTES.
Sherman & McGoinslI Dru? Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DRUGGISTS
Cor. 16th and Dodge Sta., Omaha.
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER
DR.T. FELIX G01R AID'S ORIENTAL
CREAM. OK MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
fsi1 rir5k s fan. Ptmplaa,
P. Ii-i -V? Irstsiss. slots PatctM.
Kaah and akin bls
ssas, aad sr
blemish on bsautjr
and d.Qaa datactioa
II ass stood IS"! 'est
sf attjr-tw r'.s.
snd II u V "
sur It la prupsnj
siaiIs. Accyt fis
couuUr(.lt of slsi-
nam. Ir. L,
A. Bairr. said Is s
lad at la. Saul-
loo (a sall.otl :
vill jse them. 1 recom
mend MJOURAUDB CREAM' as the least
harmrui or all the sKin preparations. ror
aale by all drusglau and fancy goods deal
ers In the 11. 8 nd Europe.
KURD. I. MorhlM Prts'r,
7 Orear .Tones St.. N. T
Step Into our store and see the display
High Grade Candies
Remember we guarantee every pound Wr
"II, to please or money refunded.
Kuhn' & Co,, Druggists
15th and Douflat Sts.
This Is Going: To Be the Biggest
Throughout the entire four floors of this great store are un
precedented evidences of the thoroughness with which we hare prepared for the .greatest
Christmas business eTer done by this store. Go where you will, when you will, in this
hustling western country and you will not see a better, bigger, brighter collection of wear
ing apparel for youngsters and grown-ups.
We suggest early buying. As Christmas buying grows shorter the busier we will
be. Come to this store today.
Travelers' Leather Goods
Suit Cases Dags. Trunks
There's everything in this assortment of o urs that belongs to
lucres the plain Hand Bag
tions as you wish, but you'll be absolutely safe in the character of
price you pay for it. We've some special Jt-aders where the value is
price, uownuie leather Dress Suit Cases, in both 24 and
with protected corners, brass locks and catches.
It's a standard case, but the price is ?S.50 most
everywhere, (We initial it for you) .
This department contains nearly everything for Christmas giving. The stock has been
so bought that you'll find substantial savings awaiting you when buying. Our special, to
which we call your attention to today is a. a line of Woraen'sWrist Hags, made of real
seal, nzzaru, niorroeco, calf
leatner linings, an witn inside pocket fTr -f
" " v w wn.u ivukiii.il
Suitable for Gift Giving
As appropriate and desirable a gift as can be selected is an article of fur. If you con
template purchasing furs a visit to our fur section will prove not only interesting but prof
itable, for our carefully selected stock of skins and fashionably made articles of furs are
priced so reasonable that no
best value obtainable in this
line of children s and misses'
sale today at
It has attained perfection In
the only way perfection ever
can be attained by the slow
and careful elimination of the
Imperfections found in the
earlier forms. For
EASE OF OPERATION,
CAPACITY FOR MUSICAL
DELICACY OF CONTROL.
ACCURACY OF TECHNIQUE
It stands alone.
It gives separate control of
the bane and treble and Is the
only player capable of the
clastic. human touch ao
Call nt our Parlors.
Hear It play.
Play It yourself.
$25.00 worth of muslo and
$5.00 bench free with each
player until January 1.
Piano Player Co.
. 1RI1-151U DODGE STREET.
Ov.r Morion's Hardwara
and Harilji's M Stores.
With pair of $3.50 or $2.60 "Onl-
mod" Shoes. We have a special
waterproof Shoe for winter wear
made In the latest style and guar
anteed to be the equal of any $4.00
or $5.00 Shoe sold by the ordinary
8boe stores. Remember
We manufacture them.
ihiii i I, i f-r
and the Suit Case. You can
and walrus. Wrist bags in every stylish color, with silk
opcl.itl.l ills m
and Children's Fvirs
matter what your selections may be you will be securing the
tui tjcurt-iivno uinj juu nui uc ecvuiing l lie
75c, 1.45, 1.90
city. A special FJ put
fur sets go on
ALBERT EDHOLM, JEWELER.
107 North 16th 8t- Opp. P.O.
C IIHISTM AS HUTS
Umbrellas, srold and silver mounted handles, $3.80 to $36: Lemalre
Opera Glasses, $4.50 to $25; Pearl I'aved Diamond Center Heart Iiorkets
and Pendants, $30 to $i0; Silver Belt Pins, French gray flnlfh, $1 to $li;
Alternate Turquoise and Pearl Bib Pins for baby, $5; Link Buttons, in
Roman, blight, rose, antique green; 14 k Gold Beads, $3.50 to $14; Ebony
Military Brushes, $2 to $5 a pair: Silver Shaving Cups. $4 to $10; Plain
Roman Gold Ixekets, $5 to $20; Filled Gold Lockets. $2 50 to $6: a hand
some quadruple silver plate Comb, -Brush and Mirror Set, $B; Turquoise
(December birth atone) Rings, $2 to $75; Cut Glass Loving Cups, Cigar
Jars. Punch Cups, Jewel' Boxes, Rose and Violet Bowls, Marmalade and
Whipped Cream Seta, Sugar and Cream Sets More suggestions to-morrow.
flakes You Feel
Better After the
25c per box at Howell Drg Co., 16th and
THE NEW SIZE
Many of our patrons who are using our
Egyptian Lotus Cream ask this queatlon,
"WHY DON'T YOU PUT THIS UP IN A
LARGER SIZE?" We have always
shown these inquirers that the bottle we
sell at 10c la the SAME SIZE A3 THE
PATENT AND OTHER LOCAL PREPARA- !
TIONS FOR LIKE USE WHICH SELL AT
25C. But as there has been a 20 per cent j
advance in the price of bottles, we have
decided to PUT UP A NEW SIZE OF
EGYPTIAN LOTUS CREAM WHICH
HOLDS FOUR TIMES AS MUCH AS ALL
OTHER 25-CENT PREPARATIONS FOR
CHAPPED HANDS, ETC.. and sell the ,
new size (holds 8 ounces) at 26c. Don't
forget we are selling:
Two Chllds Cigars for
Two Lillian Russell Cigars for
Two New Cuba Cigars for
Two Cremo Cigars for ,
$1.00 Peruna, genuine, at...
$1.00 Temptation Tonlo for
All the output of the Madison Specialty j
Co. and the Temptation Tonic Co. Is now
controlled by us. MAIL ORDERS
FILLED. OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Tel. 747. S. W. ( nr. iNlk sal Chleasju.
We have a beautiful line of Reading Gas
or Electric Lamps suitable for the parlor,
den or boudulr. They make useful Christ
F, M. Russell
3 1 3 South 1 5th St. Telephone 803.
WHEN YOU BUY A
You are not payion lor CHKO.MO-.
! for FINE QUALITY HAVANATOBACCO. EQUAL to IMPOKTEDCIGARaV
I r. SL illCS MRCANTlLja C1UAA CO, Ms nt, HL Leul Vnlou MsuW
nrwniTM wrniffTTiiT i' 1 i hi mil' mm
i f i vuniuu'i
be as ela
borate in vour sclec-
your selection and the
extraordinarv for the
made over steel frame
47C -v )qa
9 X 9 9
TELL SANTA CLAUS
To stop at Drexel'a and get you
pair of men' patent leathers
one particular shoe we wsnt to men.
Hon Is "alt patent. Blutcher cut,
military heel and narrow pick last"
this la the swellest shoe ever sold
for the money $5.00 We have the
patent leathers from $3.50 up with
twenty different styles to select from
Nothing will please a man more
than a pair of patent leathers.
You can have your purchase fit
to his feet after Christmas If you
don't get It right when you pur
chase. It's the same with our Christmas
Uppers we've ao many there will
be no trouble In exchanging them
DREXEL SHOE GO.
Omaha's Ito-to-Date Shoe Home
MIV rAKil ATl bTREET.
U1 do It
618 Bee Bid.
.cilfcMt t'UtE DEALS. ETC Kwt
St (n m!f4
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