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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2., 1002.
MAY BRING ON BIG CONTEST
tumor that Georg J. Gould and E, H. Ear
rim&n Are at Out.
SUPREMACY IN, WEST SOUGHT BY EACH
Pa Story l to the Kffect tbat Gnald
Ilaa riaaaed rampnlaa Reaelr
Ids f! spend 11 lire of Fifty
Tor lomi time It hit been an open secret
tbat George J. Gould and E. H. Harrlman i
were at outa. Now, this Impression aema
to preva'-l generally. Though both men are
dlrctora in the t'nlon Pacific, they have
been known to disagree radically of late
Upon aome of the tnoet Important policies
affecting their mutual Interests, and the
estrangement Is said to have assumed seri
ous aspects, so serious In fact that open
hostilities arc looked for with the advent
of the new year. Already Gould, who seems
to be the aggressor, baa manifested unmla
tatable feelings of animosity In his evident
determination of circumventing the Harrl
man Influence, heretofore a formidable ob
stacle In the perfection of Gould plana.
Gould, during this year, has assumed a
policy of astonishing aggression In the ex
tension of his roads in the east and south
west, and before the close of another year
this policy. It is said, will be carried to
extremes that will have a depressing effect
on the Harrlman opposition.
It la reported that Gould has planned a
campaign of extension that will Involve on
outlay of at least $50,000.000 this in addi
tion to what be has already accomplished
In forcing his way Into Pittsburg, with the
Wabash against the opposition of the Penn
sylvania Interest, and tailing out half a
doien roads In the southwest. It Is said to
be Gould's determination to secure absolute
control of every road or system hereto
fore dominated by Gould money.
Probably the most vigorous efforta will
be exerted In developing the Missouri Pa
cific, for which, despite the1 fact of Mr.
Gould's connection with the Union Pacific,
four outlets to the Pacific are planned. It
J the purpose to make the Missouri Pa
cific a most dangerous rival of the great
Overland Route. Here Is where Oould la
expected to deliver. hta most effective body
blow to the Harrlman Interests.
Goald and Stllwell.
It Is no longer doubted that Gould bas
entered Into a substantial alliance with
President Stllwell of the Orient road, this
of course means that the Missouri Pacific
will bave one outle't to the Pacific over
tbe Orient, but the most valuable connec
tion comes through the Central Pacific and
the Oregon Short Line, which Gould can
reach by means of the Denver A Rio Grande,
which Is under hia control. And here ia
presented a peculiar Incident In this
threatened warfare, that of one combatant
using common property as a means of ac
complishing bis designs against bis as
loclat and foe. It Is not at all unlikely
that Gould will meet with some pretty
strong opposition In the oerfcctlon of this
scheme, if E. II. Harrlman remains where
he Is, In the saddle of the combination that
controls the Union Pacific, Southern Pa
cific, Oregon Short I.lne add Central Pa
cific. In this connection it may be a'ated
tbat tor aome time there bas been current
a rumor that Harrlman'a tenure haa been
gravely menaced, and the rumor has even
gone so far as to say that Harrlman ascen
dency was at an end, and that as a result
af Gould's relentless enmity. But this is
If Gould proceeds with the campaign be
has mapped out, as there Is every indica
tion tbat be will, another very interesting
phase of the war may be developed and
bring into the arena the Moore brothers,
who control the Rock Island and the 'Frisco.
It baa already become evident that both
these systems are reaching out for control
o tbe southwest, and it is apparent tbat
their aggression will complicate the situa
tion seriously, for It will have to be reck
oned with by Gould. President Yoakum of
the 'Frisco Is credited with the avowed
ambition of becoming the head of the .great
est railroad system in the United tJtatee.
. and to realize bia Utopian project he will
be unable to recede from any of tbe glgan
tlo plans he has laid for beating out the
Rock Island in the southwest. The Rock
Island la proceeding like an avalanche on
Its crusade of extension, and while the
'Frisco la, too, there will be no time for
llckerlng with newcomers If the Yoakum
chimera la to become a fact.
A Para, Strenart heulnsr To ale.
Malt-Nutrlne is unlike the many other
.preparations with similar names. It is a
pure, strengthening, palpatable malt tonic,
while others are simply a strong, dark
beer. Prepared only by tbe Anheuser
Busch Brewing Ass'n, St. Louis, V. S. A.
SENATOR DEITRICH AT HOME
Passes Throaah Omaha and Talks of
Affairs at the National
Senator Charles H. Dietrich spent yes
terday In Omaha on tbe way to his borne In
Hastlpgs. After leaving Washington tbe
senator visited bis daughter at Bryn
Mawr, Pa. The aenator la enjoying the
best of health and reports legislation
effecting Nebraska matters in satisfactory
The matter of an appointment to the
United Statea district attorneyship ia in
statu quo, awaiting the disposition of th
bill pending In the house to divide Ne
braska into two Judicial districts.
Senator Dietrich will see Governor
Mickey and recommend to him tbe estab
llahment of an experimental farm In west
ern Nebraska to be operated in connection
with the agricultural college. The senator
will remain at home during the holidays
Oa Nature's Plaa.
Colds are quickly cured by Chamber-
aln'a Cough Remedy. It acts on nature's
plan, loosena the cough, relieves tbe lungs
and opens tbe aecretlons, effecting a per
manent cure. It counteracts any tendency
of a cold to result In pneumonia. It la
pleasant to take, both adults and children
like It. ' Price 25c; large alee. 60c.
Florida Eicsralon Via "Dixie Flyer"
On Tuesday, January th, an excursion
will be run from Neoraska to Florida with
through sleeping cars from Omaha and Lin
coln, via Burlington Routs to St. Louis and
the "Dixie Flyer" Route from there to Jack
This excursion will be a personally eon-
ducted one and will be In charge of Mr.
George W. Bonnell, C. T. A., B. ft M. R. R.,
Lincoln, Neb., who la thoroughly familiar
with the points of Interest enroute and In
the atate 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 polnta of interest; tbe 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 140S
Farnam St., or write W. H. BRILL, Diet.
Pass. Agt., Illinois Central Railroad,
Call for it once and you will never call
for any other, Cook'a Imperial Extra Dry.
Bas a delicious taste that pleases.
SHIELDS GIVES UP GAME
Eaters Noll Prosequi la Case
Trmaaprd In Asralast Kd
George W. Shields, aa county attorney,
yesterday entered nolle pros equl in the
case against E. Rosewater, charged with
unlawful expenditure of money aa a can
dldate for United Statea senator.
There were also nolled the five cases
against Horace G. Burt, president of the
Union Pacific, and W. Arnett, charged with
false imprisonment of strikers.
Even children drink Grain-O
because the like it and the doc
tort aay it la good for them. Why
not? It contains all of the nourish
tuent of the pur grain and Bon
of the poisons of coffee,
TRY IT TO-DAY.
A) (room avervwherei Ut bb4M, ferneckaf
REALTY MEN GIVE THANKS
Express Gratltade for Coarteslea Re
ceived Darin Repeat State
Yesterday was thanksgiving dsy In the
Real Estate exchange, and on mo
tion of J. W. Robblna votea of thanks
were eitended to Swift and Company
and P. D. Manchee for favora given
at South Omaha Friday, to the Union
Pacific Railroad company for tbe In
vitation to visit the shops, to the Board of
Education for tbe use of the assembly
rooms by the convention, to the Remington
Typewriter company for the use of type
writers and to the street railway company
for the gratultoua use of cars on the trip
to South Omaha. In advance of theso
thanks a letter waa received from James
Conkllng, president of the state associa
tion, thanking the local exchange for its
courtesy In providing for the convention.
After the convention committee bed re
ported the total expenses of the conven
tion $107.60 the committee wss given a
vote of thanka with lta discharge.
W. L. Selby, from the legislative com
mlttee, reported that be had found a law
on the statute books providing that the
county commissioners shall have power to
place a valuation upon property which in
the opinion of the board is not worth the
total amount of taxes assessed against It,
andt the property may be sold for that as
sessed valuation, the proceeds to balance
the tax charges, leaving the property clear.
This was one of the most important lawa
desired by the exchange and the matter waa
referred back to tbe legislative committee
with Instructions to ascertain If the law
is still in force.
Upon motion of F. D. Wead the secretary
waa Instructed to notify thf members of
the Douglas county delegation to the atate
legislature that the, local exchange favors
the enactment Into law St the resolutions
adopted by the state convsntion of real
estate dealers, and upon motion of H. T.
Clarke be was .instructed to secure infor
mation as to the amount of money ex
pended and the plana adopted by statea
west of the Mississippi river to advertlae
the resources of the states.
Upon motion of B. A. Benson $20 waa
voted to the atate preaa bureau, Mr. Ben
son saying that every commercial body In
the state would be asked to contribute
Announcements of the Theaters.
Tbe Orpheum will give a special Christ'
maa matinee thla afternoon and a perform
ance to make merry the happy holiday at
8:15 thla evening, for both of which occa
slons the demand for aeata la brisk and In
dlcates crowded houses. Webb's six edu
cated aeala are a novel and interesting
feature and probably create more talk and
curiosity than any act of the season. Stuart
Barns, tbe sweet singer snd storyteller, it
repeating hia former success, as are also
Harrla and Walter. The other "stunts"
furnlab well-adjusted variety and, aa a
whole, the ahow la an excellent attraction
tor the occasion.
The Christmas attraction at the Boyd
will be "Florodora," which opens this aft
ernoon for an engagement that concludes
with the week. A matinee will be given
Saturday. "Florodora" thla aeaaon la even
better than it waa last season. The com
pany of seventy-five includes clever and
debonnaer Iaadore Ruah, considered the
best-dressed womsn on the Amerlcsn stage;
Corlnne, Alt Wheelan, Grace Hazard, Wll-
lard Curtis, Charlea Dax, Charlea Bowers
and Alfred Cabiell. The chorua la known
aa the beauty chorus, because of the hand
some women it contatna. Corlnne, who en
acts the role of Dolores, is well known
here from the past successes ahe played in
aa a star in seasons past.
TENANT LAW IS DEFECTIVE
So Judge Blabaugh Decides in tbe Presby
terian Hospital Case.
NO REPEALING CLAUSE IN THE NEW ACT
Therefor Court Holds tbat Old Law
la . la Force and Thirty Days'
Notice of EJectroeat Mast
Unusual Interest attachea to tbe decision
for the defendant, given by Judge Slahaugh
In the district court yesterday In the
forcible entry and detainer suit of F. 8.
Pusey, trustee of the owners of the Presby
terian hospital building, against tbe hospltsl
sssoclatloo. The decision attracta atten
tion because In giving It the Judge held
that the amended law in auch caaes Is un
constitutional snd therefore the original
law atlll atands. Tbe difference la tbat
the amended law requirea only three daya'
notice after a failure to meet the rental
obligations of tbe contract, whereas the
old law required first a thirty-day notice
and then a three-day notice. The defect
In the amended law la that It contains no
repealing clause removing the part of tbe
old law sought to be amended.
The association vacated the hospital
building aome months ago, but this suit
had been started- prior to that and so tbe
fight had to be carried through because of
the costs involved.
CITY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Preparation for the glttlna- Will Be
Mad In the Near
Tax Commissioner Fleming expects to
have his assessment totals compiled by the
last of the week and be ready to certify
to tbe council that the assessment Is made.
The council will not be able to alt aa a
board of equalization until aome time
in January, aa . after the, commissioner
certifies, it will be necessary to adopt at
a regular meeting a resolution declaring
for auch sitting and then advertlae six
days before the sitting begins. City Clerk
EUbourn states that all are waiting on Mr.
Fleming now and will be ready to act' as
promptly aa possible after he la heard
What Thff Demand.
Headaches, liver complaints, 'bowel dis
orders demsnd Dr. King's New Life Pllla
They are gentle, but cure or no pay. 2So.
For sale by Kuhn A Co.
On December 24, 25 and SI and January t
the Chicago, Milwaukee sV St. Paul rail
way will aell round trip tickets to . points
within 200 miles at fare and ene-thtrd.
Final limit, January 2.
City Office. 1504 Farnam St.
Publish your legal notloes la The Weekly
Bee. Telephone iZS.
Monroe Coal and Feed Co, 807 N. 18th St.
Tel tTL, .
Through the klndneaa of the Richardson
Drug company, their employea will all eat
turkey for Christmas dinner. The company.
In accordance with lta usual custom, bar
ing presented each employe with a line
Dress Suit Talk.
Every tailor her begins at the
beginning- to do hts best work
on your suit and he keeps light
on doing hia best until the last
stitch Is taken. If he wasn't
that sort of a tailor If he didn't
do his work la that way he
wouldn't be working for os,
that's all there Is to that
Dress suits and Tuxedos '$50
to $75. Overcoats $25 to $65.
Suits $25 to $50.
MacCar thy Tailoring Co.
'Phone 1801. 1710-12 Farnam St.
Bee Bldf h
A Beantlfal Calendar.
Tbe Milwaukee Railway haa published
an artlstlo calendar for 1903. Six sheets,
10x15 inchea, of beautiful reproductlona In
colore of paatel drawings by Bryson. Prlco,
25 cents. On sale at City Ticket Office,
1504 Farnam atreet.
A. B. Hubermann, jeweler. 13th and Douj
las. Quality and lowest prices guaranteed.
TUB NORTHWESTERN LINE.
Iowa, Nebraska. Minnesota.
December 24. 25, SI, January L
Very low farea.
1401-1403 Farnam atreet.
Good breakfast King Cole vVbsle Wheat
Have Root print It,
Try the Chicago laundry. 'Phone .
Dr. A. W Nason. dentist. 4 Bee Bldg.
Dr. Qulnby. homeopathlst. 331 Bee Bldg
Dr W. H. I'auchstt, l Be B!2g. Tela
A -424 and 1L
O. R. Kelly, dentist, removed to 344 Be
Ladles' and Misses' suits, skirts, waists,
furs, cloaks, millinery, etc.. cash or credit.
People's Ntore. 16th and Farnam.
Vincent J. Iobrosky es divorce from
LouUla, charging Infidelity. He names
Krark Markvlcka as co-respondent. Plain
tiff and defendant were married at W'ahoo,
Neb., In October, lWl.
Judge Estelle Instructed the jury to find
fur the defendant in Maggie Flunk's suit
agtiliiat the i. II. Evans Steam Laundry
company for I15.U0O. Mla Frank lost her
right hand In a mangle at the laundry out
day last summer while feeding Into It a
torn towel. Her attorneys have Hied a
motion for a new trial. The cane has been
fouKht hard In court for several days.
1,11 lie Donald sues for divorce from David
because of nonaupport and aaka the district
court to reatruln the Farmers' bank of
Lyons. Neb., from paying hlta the fcx he
haa on deposit ana Simon Plnkley from
paying him U per montU wage u&Ul be
Las sivta few aiuaooya ... .
Our delivery business has so increased
the work of our telephone that one 'phone
is no longer sufficient, so that we now have
two 'phones: If you call 747 and central says
"BUSY," tell her to give you the other one
and If that, too, Is busy, we will do our best
to get through as quickly ss possible and
ask you to kindly call again fn a minute.
Kemember we are OPEN ALL NIQHT
and charge nothing extra for delivering
goods IN CITY OK TO DEPOT IF FOR
MAIL OR, EXPRESS ORDERS. Physi
cians will find a complete line of P. D.'s or
Htearn's Antl-Toxlne or Vaccine Virus at
any hour in day or night. With such men
as H. B. CASHMAN. A. C. MACLENNAN,
K. W. SCOTT. GARFIELD HAYHOW, G,
HtTTTON and H. T. YATE8, In our pre
scription and aales departments the publlo
is amply protected against errors being
made and warranted in receiving courteous
and prompt attention. As to prices, all
we ask is a fair comparison.
lei. f 47. . W. Car. aHa Kite) Calean .
Our Elgin 11ns of lamps, candlesticks and
candelabrat make an attractive Xmaa gift
and also see us for gas and slectrlo
F. Me Russell
313 South 1 5th St. TetephoneSOJ
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SALE BEGINS SATURDAY
WE. WILL IJEGIN A GHAND CLEANING SALE OF A
$150,000 STOCK OF
WILL, BE SOLD
Regardless of Cost or Value
THE fMX)ST SENSATIONAL HAHOAINS EVEtt OF
FERED AT A CLEANING SALE IN OMAHA.
Choice of tf
Entire Stock of Men's 4)
$10and$l20vercoatsand Suits at
Choice of (Tt
Our Entire Stock Men's .
$15 and $18 Suits and Overcoats at
Our recent great clothing purchases have left us with
thousands of high grade Overcoats and Suits.
These Must Be Closed Out Quickly
BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC. 27
We will offer these suits at prices that will startle the
Not a Garment will be Spared
Everything will go at a cut price to clear our tables in the
shortest possible time.
NEVER SUCH A CLOTHING
OPPORTUNITY IN OMAHA
Come early on Saturday and get unrestricted choice from
the vast stocks.
Wishes all h.a friends a rerjr merry
merry Cbrlstmaa, and he don't want
you to forget that the "Drexel
Special" ia the best $3.60 shoe ever
put on a man'a foot.
After you'70 had your Christmas
dinner, looked at the presents, had a
good nlght'a sleep, come down and
let .ua show you thla shoe.
Box calf, vjcl kid and patent leather
in all the new lasts.
DREXEL SHOE CO.
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoe Home
1419 FARNAYl STREET.
dpi ins Au thc Year
LlV-J VJaZ5 Through Always
AT CUT PRICES.
Write for our Catalogue of Drugs, Per
fumes and Rubber Goods.
25c Brandreth's Fills or 19c
2oc Orangelne for I'M
ifia "Williams' Pink Pills for 3;
25c Brown's Bronchial Troches l!c
True Violet Soap, box i cakes, for 25c
25c Llsterlne, we sell 19c
2oo Kirk s Juvenile Soap for luu
25c Kramer's Headache Capsules for.. 2ic
6uc Coke's Dandruff Cure for 4ic
$1.00 Coke's Dandruff Cure for 75c
tl.OO HoHtetter's Hitters for 74c
bxi Mull s Grape Tonic for 4c
2So Graves' 'Tooth Powder for lUc
One pound Mixed Bird Seed for 4c
11.00 Pierce's Medicines for ftc
26c Shrader's Fig Powder for 2"c
6io Stuart's Dysuepsla Tablets for 39c
Wc Colgate's Pansy Blossom Perfume.
$1.00 Llsterlne (Lambert's) for 6le
$100 Peruna for &c
The above is the genuine, bearing top
$1.00 pure t-graln Quinine Pills for 25o
Garfield Tea for , , l"c
Theee Are Sherman McConnell a Prices.
60c Wakelee's Camellne for 4"c
$1.00 Wine Cardul, we sell frk:
bc Agnew"s Catarrh Powder for 4"c
35c Mistletoe Cream, we sell loo
6oc Svrup of Figs, genuine, we sell.... Uc
WE G1VK YOU WHAT YOU ASK. FOK.
tl.uO Newbro's HerplcUle, we sell 74c
0c Neale's Catarrh Tablets, we sell.. 4c
$1.(0 White Ribbon Liquor Cure, we ell io.:
(Special prices in full dozen quantities on
$100 8wamp-Hxt (Kilmer s), we sell.. 74c
$3 60 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe
$5c Mennen'a Talcum Powder for lie
SHERMAN & M'CONNELL DRUG CO.
Wholesale and Retail Druguist.
Cor. X6lh and Dodge. Omuha. Neb.
Have our store open till noon
Lo ok for the name
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
Let Us Stock You Up
With some of our Select Whiskies, Scotch
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Prepared Cock
tails, Prepared Punches, etc.
We carry the famoua
Wilson Rye, Hunter Rye
and Baltimore Rye. In
fact, we have a complete
line and can satisfy In
quality and price.
We have the following
Walker'a Canadian Club,
Segram'a Canadian Whisky
and Gooderham & Wort's.
DON'T FORGET OUR
OWN BRAND THE CEL
EBRATED JACK DAW
12-year-old Maryland Rye.
John Dewar, Andrew Usher Co, House
of Commons (Black snd White), Encore,
Don Murdock, King William (V. O. P.),
Roderick Dhu, the best of them all, for
which we are western distributors.
Jata.ee Henneay ft Co. (Three Stars), E.
Rcmy, Martin ft Co., Plnet Casttllon ft Co.,
Cognac (Imported), Repsold's Cognac,
George . Saunter, Cusenler's Apricot (Im
ported), California Apricot, California
Peach and Apple.
Club Cocktails (Heubletn ft Bros.), Saxe
rao (Handy ft Co.), Eagle Cocktalla.
VIRGINIA DARE and ESCAPERNONG,
(native wines of North Carolina.)
REPSOLD'S TABLE WINES
Clareta, Rctsllngs and Sauternes.
DEL-PR ADO 8WEET WINES
Porta, Sherries, Muscatels and Angelicas.
Cohassett Punch and Cardinal Punch.
These are prepared and all ready for
WK HAVE THE FINEST AND MOST
COMPLETE STOCK OP WINES AND
L1QI OHS IN THE WEST.
Opposite Postofflee. Telephone 1148.
Examine our beautiful window dls
Dlav of men'a shoes. If ther striken
your fancy and you ara not too proud j
to weai a $3.50 or $2.60 pair of shoes,
come In. t
We have only $3.60 and $2.50 shoes
and you cannot pay more if you
We aell shoes from our factory to
the wearer and divide the profit with
Shoes Give Satisfaction.
20S So. 131
11 Br 1 H Vicp v
Close Christmas as Usual
Hayden Bros., the &g: Store; will close as usual, all cUy
Christmas to give all a chance to enjoy the day fully- We
extend to our employes, friends ani custom:rs the compli
ments of the season. HAYDEN BROS.
THE TIME HAS C0F.1E AT LAST
Now the slaughter begins. he wise economical woman who
waited will now realize that she can buy $1.00 worth of goods for
too. Now the clean-up bcglna on winter goods FURS, SKIRTS.
SUITS and CHILDREN'S JACKETS. From now until January 1st
It Is not a question of price It la a qucatlon of sell. IT
MEAN'S FORCED SELLING. As Is our custom every season, we
clean up every garment. Not oue carried over, no matter what
the price on these garmenta; no matter what they bring they
must be aold. Sale begins Friday morning.
1000 WOMEN'S JACKETS i
half tight fitting, 22-Inch and LONG CLOAKS,
closing out at less than the price of the
SO doten women'a flannel walsta In plain and
trimmed styles the $2.50 quality, at
All our dreaslng sacques, worth up to $2.00
All our ladlea muffs that sold up to $3.00
400 women's skirts In heavy cloths, that
sold up aa high as $4.00, I MO
Women's silk skirts at lesa than
half price $10.00, $8.00 and ..,
Women's wool astrakhan capea
100 women's suits worth $12.50,
100 women'a suits that sold up to $40. 0v,
$50.00 and $60.00, on
WOMEN'S FUR SCARFS AT YOUR OWN
Boys' Clothing Sals
BOYS' SUITS In double-breasted styles;
made to wear, correct In atyle, casstmerea
and cheviots, gray and brown mixtures;
regular $2.50 values FORCED I Ef
BALK PRICE IsUU
865 BOYS' SUITS In dressy black and
blue Oxford graya and browns. In checks
and Scotch mixtures, strongly and stylishly
made up; the greatest variety and valuo In
boys' suits ever put on sale 2 50
974 BOYS' VERY FINEST SUITS In
Irish and Scotch cheviots, casslmeres and
worsteds and aerges. In plain blacks and
blues, Oxford graya and all the popular
shades and stripes, checks and mixtures;
handsomely made up, worth up
to $6.00 SALE) PRICE
CHILDREN'S NOVELTY SUITS In Rus
sian blouses, sailors, manly and the popu
lar two-button double-breasted styles, with
vest and every new fashion for boya, all
shades, best selected fabrics, artistically
tailored, the climax of style and Q JA
quality, ages S to 8 years at..... QiUU
A GREAT VARIETY OF PRETTY NOV
ELTIES to choose from in Overcoats for
the little fellows, worth up to ft OP
$10, on sale at $o. $4 and WlsCU
127 REEFERS In good all ' wool Irish
frlese, worth up to $5.00 O QC
on sale at falUU
175 REEFERS Made of fine gray Chin
chilla and friezes, storm collar, casslmere
linings, worth $2.60 salo I OK
price - lifcU
Furniture at Our Own Prices
Shiverick Furnitur Co.,
"You can have goods at your
offer you pay freight."
The above telegram refers to a consignment of Fur
niture ablpped to one of the largeat houses In the city
and greatly over-atocka ua at thla season of the year
which must be reduced a we have not the room and
shall make, commencing Friday, some ridiculously low
prices on Furniture.
HOW IS THE TIME
In the early years of life Is the time to
learn to save.
It's easier to learn then than after habits
of extravagance are formed. The boy who
spends his pennies foolishly, will spend his
dollars foolishly If he ever has any. Buy
the boy a bank and teach him to s.ive
something. ' He'll be glad of It when he Is
older ani wants to go Into business for
Pennies make dollars and dollars make a
man independent. ,
CITY SAVINGS BANK,
0. W. LYMAN, PlwalA.nt.
JOHN r, FLACK, Vlc.-PrnM.nt.
CliAS. gt. DATES, Trraaurar.
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