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TIIK OMAHA DATLT HEEI SATtTTt DAY, D ECEMI1EII 20, 1002.
Kellsy, Stigsr & Go.
Store Op:n Evenings Until Christmas.
Attractive Novelties for Holiday
HOLIDAY HOLIDW GLOVES,
HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK HOilERY,
TOILET AR riCLES.
WRIST BAGS, EMBRODER D
CARD CASES, LI-LE HOSIERY.
PORIE ONNAIES. HOLIDAY
KIMONAS, HOLIDAY LINENS.
WAISTINGS, FRENCH FLANNELS,
LADIES' AND MIOSES' JACKETS,
CAFES. FANS, ETC
We invite inspection.
We urge comparison.
Corner Farnam and 15th Streets.
Juvenile and picture books, bibles, hymnals and prayers, all
the late copyright books, holiday editions, calendars, music rolls,
card cases, bill books, china, lap writing desks, bric-a-brac, can
dlesticks, mirrors, steins, manicure and toilet sets, ping pong
Bets, parchessi, card games, ouija boards.
All fl.00 edition copyrighted ITenty books 60c
30 per cent discount on all standard sets.
Wizard of Oz, only $1.00, Gold Fountain Pens, up from $1.00.
Special sale of Medallion Pictures on Monday.
aOd door west of 16th
MOVE THE GREEK CATHEDRAL
Cleveland Hopes to Be Headquarters
for Chorea In to Vnlted
CLEVELAND, Dee. lg.-rTfcfl Leader,,to.-,
morrow will say: A' movement has been' oa
toot (or some time 'to bring the hcadauar-
ters of the Greek Catholic church In Amer
ica' to Cleveland. The effort seehls about
to be successful, for at the meeting of the
tynod held In New York a few days ago
It was decided to move the cathedral from
San. Francisco, where It has been for years,
to Ither Cleveland or Pittsburg.
Bishop Tlchon. who has' charge in North
America, .favors Cleveland. A point In
Clvvehind's favor. In being chosen as the !
location, for the now headquarters la that
the Greek church in this city has already
purchased ten acres of ground In a com
paratively central location. On the other
band, It will be necessary to raise a large
turn of money and to do this calls will be
made on. wealthy local citizens and on
prominent members of the Greek church
throughout the United States.
FLOODS ENDANGER OHIO CORN
Rivers Rise, Overflow Laada . and
May Sweep Croats
t 'A war.
EVANSVILLE. Ind., Dec' 19. The Ohio
liver at this place Is still rising and will
reach thirty-nine feet by tomorrow morn-lag.-
The water Is over the low landa above
and below the city.
Reports received tonight show much corn
ladangor. - All ths rivers In this section
are bankful and still rising.
STEEL TRUSTJ3R0WS LARGER
Report it Is Aboat to Absorb He
nnnllo Iron and Steel'
- - A
VflllNnaTOWM n fun 1SRnnrta
have been In 'circulation' hers During the
last weak io the, effect that long-pending
negotiations have beery practically con
cluded by which the United Slates Bteel
A Place for Every
thing and Everything
In its Place V :.
.? A tfrandiihr ? phra4 ' - in"
Shakespearean parlance, bur
worthy to b the motti of any .
householV-That ! H tite
G or Ham kCo.'
Silversmiths- ' '
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.ha designed an abso
lutely novel chest. for
. the bestowal of house.
.hold silverware.' Never,
. before - his an' oppor-1!;
. tunify v. been affprded
for packing away 1 so
much household sil
' verware' in so' small a
MEN'S PUR FISHINGS,
DRE SING SACQuES,
corporation will absorb all the fur
naces, mills and steel plants of the Re
public Iron and Steel company, the largest
Independent Iron and steel corporation. The
officials will neither admit, nor deny the
LEGAL,. ADVICE , MISLEADING
Alleged Blarnm'lat ' Claims Lawyer
Told Hint Wedslag Waa
! ' LeltlnaM. ';' ' v.
CHICAGO, Deo. 19. Frank Bernard
Cooper, said to be th,e western agent. for
several large publishing' houses In the east,
was arrested here today on a charge of
bigamy. - - . .
Jt la alleged, that , Qooper. married the
Aece of a Mrs. Yoraton when he was not
entitled "to ' marry; 'owing' to' the! divorce
laws of New York.- Cooper's former wife
obtained a decree of divorce In New York
City In October and under a law which .took
effect last September the defendant In a
divorce suit -Is not allowed to marry again
within three -months, at-the final order Is
not entered until' that time has elapsed.
-Cooper saya he. was married on the ad
vice of his attorneys,' who -told him be
could do so if the oeremony whs performed
outside the Jurisdiction of the New York
courts. 1 c f
SNOW BLOCKS DENVER TRAINS
I'nloa Paelfle aad Rock Island Cars
Stalled fn Itaatera Cot- ' -.
. .rnda.,' .
DENVER. Colo:,- Deb. 19: The bltsiard
which has been raging In Wyoming - for
twenty-four hours reached northern an.l
eastern Colorado tonight,- and all railroads
running Into Denver' are blocked. "
The Incoming Rock' Island train is stuck
In ths snow-at Good land, Kaa., and 'the
train which should have left here tonight
at 8:M over that road waa abandoned.
Ths Union Pacloo Is blocked between here
and Cheyenne. All ths mountain roads are
badly crippled. Snow plowa have been or
dered to the soenes of the blockades. The
weather In Denver In warm. . -..? .
WILL CALL ON MRS.; . M'KINLEY
Generals- Corbln, CnasTeo and YoaasT
Par Rea'yeeta "te" Lata sresKrv
. itat'i Widow. '
CLEVELAND, a.- Dec l.--AJJutant
General. Corbln and Mrs. Corbln, axe here as
the guests of Colope'apd Mra,,.ilyron .T.
Herrlck.,. :., . , v. , ... ,
, Gsqeral Chaffee. Is the guest of. J. H.
Wade. , The two generals will be Joined
at Canton tomorrow by General Young on
a visit to, Mrs, McKlnJey. Tha. party .will
return to. Cleveland in time to attend the
annual dinner of lbs Cleveland Chamber of
Commerce tomorrow night. . .
Well Known Iowa Editor.
ATLANTIC. la.. Dee, 1. (Special.)
Thomas Meredith,, formerly, editor of ths
Farmers' Tribune, published at Dee Moines,
died at his place near bar yesterday. Mr.
Meredith was well known throughout tha
slate. He was an ardent populist and spent
large auma f money en the Tribune aa the
organ of the populist party. He waa gen
eroue and from , a .large accumulation of
property gavo- liberally to-charity. One of
hts last ; charitable acu waa a dooatton of
f 5.000 tor- aUa for Y. M, C A. buildlni
la thla city. -. .-. . -
,. Eadawaacat tor I'alveraltr.
CUMBERLAND "OAP, Tenn.. Deo. M.
PrealiU-nt Lrry of the, Lincoln Memorial
I'nlveralty announced ttxlay that he has me
cured from northern -sourer- sn endow
ment of fc'ALuuo. for thai ,lrttlUitlon and a
number of srholarahti.s. The benefactors
are not-mad knen, The'Llnceln Memorln)
vnlverslty jvaa - found Urasiy - tnrouch
the efforts of General (, O. iiwward J.t. la
tor ths nountaia Dsepla.
RATES AGAIN INCREASED
Eastern Botdi Raise Commodity Ghargsi by
Fire Per Cent.
WESTERN ROADS ALSO MOVE IN MATTER
Deride te Rnltrc aa Sew Year's Da,
Nearly All Tariff Reduced ft I nee
tnjaactlona laaaed 1 nlted
CHICAGO, Dec. 19. After repeated con
ferences traffic officials of lines east of
Chicago bare determined to raise com
modity rates by about 6 per cent.
The new schedules will go Into effect
as aoon as arrangements can be made after
January 1, and by January 15 all changes
will be operative. .' i
The most fadicM action Is to be taken
with reference to cprnmod.lty rates, fully
50 per cent of whlrt are to be taken out,
and the commodities which they affect
placed back In" their respective clauses.
These changes, however," will not affect
B0 per cent of , the volume s'of traffic which
now moves on commodity rates, as the
main commodities, such as grain, are to
be left where recent Increases In their
rates ' placed them. ." .
The traffic men. Justify their action solely
on the 'ground of Increased cost of all ar
ticles entering into railway construction
and use, v ..
Western lines also contemplate a ma
terial Increase and It was announced to
day that arrangements had been completed
for a restoration on January I of fully 90
per cent of the reduced tariffs which had
been filed since the United States court
FREIGHT PATES ON IMPORTS
Traffic Manaarer of Baltimore Jt Ohio
Before the Interstate Com
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. The Interstate
Commerce Commission met today to In
vestigate the railroad rates on port traffic.
C. 8. Wight, freight traffic manager i.f
the Baltimore A Ohio railroad, presented
a achedule showing the charges of his
company for transportation of imported
His road had made the rates shown In
the schedule since the beginning of the
year without variation or concession. He
did not believe rates on the ocean steamers
were fixed In New York.
Replying to Commissioner Prouty, Mr.
Wight said the rates charged by bla road
c Imports between New York and Chicago
were IS cents per 100 pounds, whereas like
goods originating In New York paid 65
cents per 100 pounds to Chicago. "There
Is no discrimination. The 18 cents Is the
proportion ws receive on a through rate
from some other place, while the 65 cents
is the total cost of through carriage from
shipping point to destination."
"Your foreign agent works on commis
sion?" Mr. Prouty asked. "You give him
your rate and he charges what he can
get. With the profit he makes and the
com m lei son you allow, he has to protect
"That Is how I understand It." Mr.
All-ert B. Byer, member of the Vulcanite
Cement company, said that the rate
per barrel from Vulcanite, N. J., to Bast
Bt. Louis was 66 1-R cents, while from
Antwerp or Hamburg the through rale waa
only 65 cents.
' rr,artk'Hrrto'tt;illecommts8loHer of the
Import .committee of (the trunk-lines, said
only ' good faith prevented the railroads
from making concessions to shippers. He
promised to prepare a statement showing
that' certain kinds of imports were carried
at smaller rats-than the domestic article.
"What would be the result in the port
of New York if . congress should enact a
law," Commissioner Prouty ' asked, "that
no' railroad might carry imported goods at
a less rate than It cbargea for domestic
"in the long run," Mr. Harriott replied,
"It might be a good thing. Temporarily
It would stop trade. The Improvement
would have to come by the adjustment of
freights by the ateamshlp lines."
Marcellus Berry, manager of the foreign
department of tha American Express com
pany, said his company makes Its charges
for forwarding goods on the basis of ths
steamship charges, plus, the railroad
charges. The company, he said, receives
no concessions below the announced tariff.
Samuel Bettl of the Interna' tonal Navi
gation company said he believed the pub
lished tariffs of ths railroads are abso
lutely maintained. -
"There la no . fixed tariff for ocean
freights," he said. "There are times when
I would not touch cement at any figure
and times when I have paid to secure it.
NOT DUE TO CLIMATE.
Catarrh Is Found Everywhere.
Catarrh Is at horns anywhere and every
where. While more common . in cold,
changeable climates, It la by no means con
fined to them, but is prevalent in every
stats and territory In tha union.
" The 'common definition of catarrh It a
chronic cold in the head, which If long
neglected often destroys the sense of smell
and hearing; but there are many ether
forms-of the disease e van more obstinats
Catarrh of the threat and bronchial tubea,
as well as catarrh- of the stomach and liver,
are almost aa common as nasal catarrh and
generally more difficult to care. '
Catarrh ia undoubtedly a blood disease
and can only be successfully eradicated by
an internal :, treatment. ; Sprays, ' washes
and : powders are useless,' aa far aa reach
ing ths real aeat of tha disease la -concerned.
' - :
"'Dr. Mclverney advises catarrh auffersrs
to use a new preparation, sold by all
druggists, calif d Stuart's Catarrh Tablets,
because actual analysis has shown these
tableta to contain certain antiseptic quali
ties of the highest, value, and being an in
ternal, remedy, pleasant' to the taste, con
venient and harmless, can. be used, as freely
aa leaulred, .as ,eU for children aa for
An attorney and public speaker, who had
been a catarrh sufferer for years, saya:
"Every fall I would catch a cold which
would aettle In my head and throat and
hang on all winter long, and every winter
It sesmed to get a little worse. I waa
continually clearing my throat and my
voice became affected to such an exttnt as
to interfere with my public spsaklng.
I tried trochee and cheap cough cures
and aometlmes got relief,, but only tor a
short time, until this winter when I learned
of the new catarrh curs. Stuart'a Catarrh
Tablets, through a newspaper advertise,
meat. Two fifty-cent boxes which I
bought at my druggist's cleared my head
nd throat in fins shape, and to guard
agalnat a return ef my old trouble I keep a
bog of the tableta oa hand and whenever 1
catch a Utile fold I take ublet or twe
and ward off any serious developments."
. Smart's Catarrh Tableta deserves to head
the Hat aa a household remedy, to check
and break up coughs and eolda, because,
unlike many other catarrh and cough euros,
the tablets contain no opiate, cocaine or
aay fnjnrtoee drug. v.
because getting the weight that way was
cheaper than handling rock fcr ballast."
H. B. Chamberlain, freight manager of
the Erie railroad, declared the tariff aa
published was strictly maintained, while
Nathan Guilford, freight traffic manager of
the New York Central, said the difference
In rates between Imported and domestic
goods wss more apparent than real.
E. D. Caldwell, vice president of the Del
aware, Lackawanna A Western, raid he be
lieved the conditions the commlsilon was
Investigating had no adverse bear.ng on
"Do yeu consider the difference In rates,"
Commissioner Knap asked, "the result of a
commercial or a traffic condition?"
"Largely a trafTlo condition," Mr. Cald
well said. "It came abnut orlg'na ly
thrcugh the necessity of attracting ahlp
ptng to the porta, and the easiest way to
attrwr.t It was to - make cheap through
rates for cargoes."
Vivo Thonsaad Enarlneers nnd Flre
;T. men 'Will Receive Higher Pay
l''.Afte Row Year.
.. CHICAGO. Deej 19 Increase in wages
amounting to sr.0oo a year are to be
granted the locomotive engineers and fire
men employed by the Chicago ft Northwest
ern. Thla raise was agreed upon today be
tween officials of the railroad and commit
tees representing the men. The new scale
will go Into, effect en January t. '
The inetases will approximate 8 per
cent Io, the fay of each man. The engi
neers will deceive :Trom 13.60 to $4.70 for
ch run bt 100 mfiea In the place of ths
$3 70 to $4,110 now paid. ' V
Tba advances made to firemen are not
so large proportionately, but the company
has agreed to excuae the men from clean
ing portions of freight engines, a conces
sion which Is held to be as Important as
the Increase In wages.
Under the new scale firemen are to rn
celved $2 25 to $2.75 for each 100 miles.
The present rate is from $2 20 to $2.60.
Of the men benefited 8,500 are employed
on the Northwestern and 1,600 on the
Omaha and the Elkhorn.
FAVORS LINCOLN PROPOSAL
(Continued from First Tage.)
proved the Drovers' bank of Bedford, la.,
also the Third National bank of St. Louis,
for the First National bank of Lincoln, Neb.
Nebraska poitmastera appointed: Bert
M. Watson, Abbott, Hall county, vice J. B.
Wyatt, resigned; William O. Hellbuech,
Oldenbusch, Platte county, vice F. A. Hell
CANADA L00KST0 AMERICA
Seeks to Learn Fresh Lessons from
Great Repnhlle South of
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. The sixth annual
dinner of the Canadian society of New
York was given at Delmonlco's tonight.
Dr. James Douglas, president of the soci
ety, presided, and among the guests were
Sir Frederick W. Borden, K. C. M. O., min
ister of mllltla and defense of the Domin
ion of Canada; Colgate Hoyt, president of
tho Ohio society; W. A. Hlgglnb-thara,
president of ths Canadian club of Phila
delphia, and Sir Percy Sanderson, British
The first toasts were to ''The President"
and "The King." after which followed
others to "Cap ad a" and the "United
Blr Frederick Borden, in speaking on
' I M In all frankness that we nn there
; in Canada thank the people of the United
States for teaching us self-reliance. We
' also want to always have friendly rivalry.
You hear a great deal said as to what In
to be the final destiny of Canada. - We are
absolutely satisfied with our present posi
tion. We Intend going along on the lines
we have followed for '-me time and we
think the best friend we have to help us Is
I believe In the Monroe doctrine and when
It was promulgated the leading British
statesmen approved It. The Monroe doc
trine is a good thing for our country and is
a ruarantee agolnet coercion and oppres
sion. It Is as much In favor of Canadian
Integrity aa It Is for the protecMon of any
other portion of the American continent.
RELIGION FOR THE INDIANS
Government Isanea Rnlea (or Gold-
nnee ef the Indian
WASHINGTON, Pec 19. A circular con
taining rules having for their object the
settlement of the long-standing religious
controversy concerning the government of
Indian children will be issued by Commis
sioner W, A. Jones of the Indian bureau to
morrow. In effect the circular promulgates
the rules of the Carlisle Indian school and
makes them general throughout the Indian
school system. The Only difference between
the Carlisle rules and the circular Instruc
tions Is that religious instruction is not
made mandatory In governmental schools.
After giving the rules in detail the circular
Yon are urged to co-operate loyally with
tha honest and sincere efforts of religious
authorities to furnish the Indian pupils In
the government schools with religious In
struction of ths faith to which either the
pupils or parents are adherents. On the
otner nami, you will impress on tne enurcn
authorities that proselyting or other con
duct which would -tend to create atrlfe
1 among religious denominations will be
strictly prohibited and any r'tor or priest
who Is nnwlt lnaj to romuly with the reason
able request of thla circular will be de
barred the privileges allowed.
PACKERS GO TO LOUISVILLE
Abattoir Will Be Sltaated In Kea-tncky-
Town aad Dtstrlkatlna- Cen
, ters Tfcrenshent Sonth.
teOUUVILLE, Ky., Deo. II Articles ef
Incorporation wilt be Bled in a feir days
tor the loulsvills Abattoir company, which
will erect packing houses and abattoir in
this eiry. -. Henry Raub, vloe ' president of
the Indianapolis Abattoir company, will be
president, and distributing houses -will be
built In Memphis, Atlanta, Nashville and
New Orleans. ,
PASTOR'S VICTIM IS DEAD
Bnrarlnr Shot by Prencher-Pnstninster
Saecnmbs ta Wounds In
MIDDLEBURO. Pa.. Dec 19. A burglar
shot by Rev. D. V. Bbellenberg-r at Banner
vllls on November SO died tonight at the
county Jail without revealing his name.
Rev. D. V. Shellenberger li poa master
at Bannervllle and shot the burglar while
he was robbing the postofflce.
Williams Retained as Coach.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 1 -The T'niverslty
of Minnesota board of athletic rontrol has
decided ta retain H. L. William aa tout
ball coach f-r another year at W.uOO, an
advance or t.VTO. He will be divested of all
managerial functions. H. J. Luby has been
re-elected bunlness manager.
Sharker Calltr at Manslaaahter.
NEW YORK, Pec. 1 The Jury In the
rase of Thomas I. Sharkey, accused of the
murder ef Nicholas Fish, the banker, re
turned a verdict today of manslaughter In
the second degree and recommendud that
the mercy of the court be exercised.
CUBAN TREATY PUBLISHED
Makei Liberal fceduot on on Many Article)
Manufactured in United States.
SENATE TO PUSH RATIFICATION FORWARD
Hope to Finally Approve Prntoeol
Before End of eit Month So
that It May Operate In
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. The friends of
the reciprocity treaty between the United
States and Cuba have been assured by
members of the senate committee on for
eign relations that the treaty will be
taken up aa soon aa practicable after the
Tho terms of the treaty require that it
halt be ratified before the end of January
and Its supporters appreciate the neces
sity for expedition In getting it out of ths
committee In order to avoid the necessity
of an extension of time.
The treaty make more . liberal provision
for the importation of American articles
Into Cuba than have been-stated hereio
fore, there being provision for reductions
In some cases as much as 40 per cent, in
others of 30 per cent and in still others of
25 per cent. On all American grown or
American made articles, except tobacco.
Imported into Cuba and not otherwise spe
cified there Is to be uniform tariff reduc
tloh of 20 per cent.
America Retarna Compliment. '
In return the United Slates agree to a
uniform reduction of 25 per cent without
exception on all Imports from Cuba.
The products which are to be admitted
into Cuba at a reduction of 25 per cent In
clude pottery, salt fish, copper made ma
chinery, cast and wrought Iron and steel,
glass, cotton and some cotton goods, ships,
boats, whisky and brandy.
The 30 per cent reduction Includes cut
lery, shoes, plated ware, drawlrgs, photo
graphs, engravings, materials used In
making labels and hands for tobacco, com
mon soaps, preserved vegetables, butter,
drugs, bottled beer, mineral waters and ar
ticles msde of hemp and kindred fibers,
musical instruments and writing and print
ing papers. Forty per cent reduction Is
made on watches, umbrellas, knit cottons,
preserved fruits, perfumery and woolen and
There Is a specific declaration that the
rates for each country shall be preferen
tial as against all other countries and a
provision against discrimination. In case
either country changes its tariff so aa to
doprlve the other of the advantages
granted tho other Is to have the privilege
of abroga'lng the treaty.
The president has concluded that It will
not be necessary to send the treaty to the
It la aaid that the house may satisfy
Itself by passing upon the reciprocity
proposition Incidental to the consideration
cf some legislation which will be necessary
to give effect to the treaty, though that
document will be ratified. If at all, solely
by the senate.
HAVANA, Dec. 19. Pi a Ident Palma sent
the Cuban-American treaty to the senate
today with a message urging that early
action be taken.
A Aaaranteed (nr. fur Plies.
Itching, blind, bleeding and protruding
pile. No cure, no pay. All druggists are
authorized by the manufacturers of Paso
Ointment to refund the money where It
falls to cure any case of plies, no matter of
how long standing. Cures ordinary cases in
tlx days; worst cases In fourteen days. One
application gives ease And rest. Relieves
itching Instantly. This la a new discovery
and it is the only pile remedy sold on a pos
itive guarantee, no cure, no pay. Pride 60c.
, HYMENEAL. , j
TTNDALL, 8. D.. Deo. 19 (Special.)
W. Fred Wells and Miss Margaret U Mc
intosh, prominent young people of 6on
Homme precinct, were married at the home
of the bride's father, R. L. Mcintosh,
county commissioner and extensive cattln.
, ueaier. The ceremony was performed bv
Rev. J. H. Olmstead. The groom was for
This signature is on every box of the genuli s
the remedv that rnres a cold In one day.
Double Track Ry,
BETWEEN THE MISS URI RIVER
"V ...Beginning Dec. 22d, leaves
i w Omaha Union Station at
6:50 p. m. instead of 4:33 p. in. ; ' arriv
ing at Chicago 7:15 a. m. , eame aa
formerly. ' . '
" Tiio Host of nvorythlnr."
several yearn a student at the college at
Mitchell, where he waa a member of the
foot ball team. The bride received her ed
ucation at th Ftate Normal school at
Springfield. They will make their home cn
the farm formerly occupied by the fHlher
of the groom. Fred Wells.
Chanted with Taking; Urines.
NEW YORK Dec. 19.-Former police
Captain Moynsnnn. who wns illsmlss-'il l'y
t'ommhslnrft I'urtrMtf". ws place.) fin
trial todsy. charged with accepting btlln-s.
In return for which It Is allrsril he ro
frnlned from enforcing tin- law hr ilnst dis
orderly houses in his precinct.
Uttle Liver Pills.
Must Bear 8lgnatur of
See Fac-Simlle Wrapper Below.
Tory aaaall aad as oasy
v take as sagas.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIR.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
ti "fiSn I mrely YeretaMev
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Is the watchword for health and vigor, com
fort and beauty. Mankind la learning; not
only the necessity but the luxury of clean
liness. SAPOLIu, which hat wrought
such changes in the home, announces bar
FOR TOILET AND BATH
A special soap which energizes the whole
body, starts the circulation and leaves an
hilaratintr rlcv. ft "mo t ''prists.
Chicago a nd bt, Loula
" Atlanta, Birmingham
' Mobile, New Orleans
,. Florida and
; Gulf Coast Points
Through Sleeping Cars and Chair Cars
An Unexcelled Dining Car Service
LOW RATE EXCURSIONS
First nnd Third Tuesday each Month
For rates, maps, folders and time
C. L STONE, Geo. Pan. Aft.,
mat rtioQtliiy .egu-
iur; aironffeii, in$n-
eafpftt icnntaln ErroL
TtMv. Peunvnivfti : not itiatifi failure! loiiafest. inoat
obailiute cams relieved lu a few daya, S2UU at
Sherman te McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
Hospe's ExtraorJnary "End
of the Year Sale" Good
fll Ff.GTOaY PRICES AND U8
Magnificent Stock- to S :
From and Prices Cu n
Two on Wan .
Payments So Easy, Prices So
Low, That A 1 Can Buy.
$1.00 Per WeskUp
Open EY3r.h7s, 1515 Douglas
From the balance of unsold planns In
thla 'T.nd of the Year Sale" we take aeven
lnstrumenta and feature them as Illustra
tions of ths great bargains to be had at this
One "Richmond" upright piano, Ineipen
slve dark cane, trlpple strung, full metal
I plate, three pedals; wss $150, now 76;
caab or payments, 4 monthly.
Large cabinet grand "Hoftinann' piano,
four feet, ten Inches high. In genuine mo
hogany veneered case, rolling fall board,
patent duet rest, three pedals and soft
stop; It Is low in the regular retail way
at $226, now only $135. Another Booth
Bros, for $146) cash or payments, $6
"Hallet Davis" upright grand( you need
not be told that H. A U. Is one of the best
pianos in this country, for sixty-five years
It has been ths Boston favorite), a thor
oughly artistic piano in every manner; waa
$375, now $241. Terms cash or payments $t
or $10 monthly.
Oreatly reduced prices are offered en very
fine art styles of cabinet grand upright
"Ksabe," "Hallet Davis," "Kimball,
"Krantch sV Bach" and other planoa in tha
latest colonial and other styles. Bee them.
Special reduced prices on pi ace-players,
the only makes really worth considering.
Here is something that will drive away
dull care and cause you to wonder why you
have lived without one so long. A fin"
Christmas gift. Payments to suit.
An organ, In good playing condition, onl ;
! $11: $2 monthly.
An organ, splendid shape, only $17: n
other, $19; and still another, $21; $3 ...
$2 50 monthly.
An organ as good as new, $22; nncitur
for $26, and still another for $27: $3 to $1
' cash, $1 monthly.
A new organ, shopworn, wcr;li $70, only
$32; another. Oner case, onh $?7, and still
another for $43; $5 cash, V- o $4 monthly.
Fine, new $76, $90 and $12ii organs for $47,
$6$ to $67; 5 cash. $4 monthly. Piano caasd
organa reduced to half price.
Good square pianos for $20, $23. $32, $47 te
$80; terms. $5 to $7r cash, $3 to $5 monthly.
It will pay you to attend th't sale early to
secure good choloe. It only Lists six days
longer. '' ' ' '
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A Perfect Beer
Blue Ribbon Beer Is never
young, but Is perfectly and
naturally aged In our atoraae
mHile from pure artesian well,
water, and tha, highest grad
of barley, malt ana hops.
"Blue Ribbon" Deer Is nn
Ideal drink and is better
for you and, your family s
health than any other drink. j
Blue Ribbon" gently stimu
lates and aids nature. Tou feel
better and are better after using
. Blue Klbtiun." .
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TKIS AFr", lOOJI-TbsifJHt.
In hlx !utct and bast muslfftl comedy,
Prlcp. Mat.. 260 to $1.00; Night, Xo to $1.60,
SUNDAY MATINKK. NIOUT AND
MOMMY. ... .
The Thrillrnij M-lo-prams, .
A Convict's Daughter"
Prices Mat., c, Um. Night 20c, GOo, 7to.
Matlnses, fljnday, Wednesday, Saturday,
1:16; Every Night, :15.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
Valerie Bergers tc Co., Three Navaros,
Mehan's Dogs, Josenhlne Babel, Miles Biav
ordale Quintette, Dillon iirus. and tho Kin
odrume. Prices Wc, $6o We. t .
In concert at
BOYD'S, DEC. 23d
Prices 25c, Kc, 75c, 11.08, 11 59.
Beats how on sale at the bog ptftce.
Tk. Illl I innla aad I
I n mILLAllLI omaha. ht.u
Omana a Utad!n Hotel
"K, 11, Hdl Ml.. ' '
LUNCH KOM, FIFTY CENTS I
Vl.M te 11 p. m.-
BUNDAY. & .80 p. m. DINNER, he
Steadily Increasing business baa ntrssal
taled an enlargrment of tha cafe, doubling
Its lurnier taui-ity.
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