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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1903)
TTTE OMAHA DATLT JiEEt TTTTJ11STAV, JANUAUT 1. 1003.
TO EXCLUDE EASTERN WAIFS
Nebraska Children's Home Sooiaty Will
Hare Bill for Legislature.
DEALS WITH OBNOXIOUS IMMIGRATION
Secretary of fforlrtr Baye Children
Seat lain Nkriaks from Tue.
tit Districts af Bl Cltlaa
Art Hat Wanted.
The official! of the Nebraska Children's
Horn society are preparing a bill to be
presented to the legislature which will have
for tta purpose the suppression of Immigra
tion Into Nebraska of a large number of
waifs from other states, particularly from
New York. C. S. Talne, tha secretary of
the society, said:
"Nebraska is particularly unfortunate tn
this matter. There are societies In New
Tork and other places which have for their
object the removal of children from tha con
gested districts of the citlea to the west.
If they carried out the object of their asso
ciations with care there would be little ob
jection on the part of anyone to their opera
tion, but the trouble Is that the managers
seem to feel thnt as soon as the children are
removed from the city their interest should
"The result is that children are brought
to the western states by car lota, homes are
ostensibly found for them and the society
takes no further interest In their welfare.
No care is taken to aelect good homes for
the children, the New York society appar
ently thinking that anything In the west Is
better than the condition of the children in
that city. Anyone can get one of these New
York waifs to care for. The character of
the children is often bad, and they are
placed in families who cannot or do not
properly care for them. The child soon be
comes a charge upon the state and then the
local societies or the state society Is ex
pected to provide for It.
"The trouble waa for a long time as bad
in Kansas as It is In Nebraska, but by the
enactment of a wise law it is now prac
tically impossible for the New York so
ciety to operate in that state and the aame
condition should exist here.
- aaa a w aa
Have a Care.,
Don't fool with a cold; no one can tell
what the end may be. Pneumonia, catarrh,
chronic bronchitis and consumption Invar
iably result from neglected colds. Nothing
can be compared with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as a quick cure for colds and in
fluenza and by Its use these diseases may
AUTHORIZES NEW BOND ISSUE
Ordinance Passes First and Second
Readings at Special Canncll
At a special meeting of the city council
eld solely foe that purpose a new ordinance
te authorize $200,000 of funding bonds of the
elty was given Its first and second reading
nd referred to the Judiciary committee.
This is the same bond Issue contemplated
In two former ordinances passed and re
pealed. The bonds to bear 3H per cent in
terest were first offered for sale, but found
no market, and even when the rate of In
terest waa Increased to 4 per cent and they
were offered at public sale the highest pre
mium offered was $200, and for that reason
all proposals were rejected by City Treas
urer Hennlngs. Later, Epltier ft Co., bank
are of Toledo, who had been one of the
bidders, made a private offer of $3,000, and
It Is to make that sale possible that the
pending ordinance has been drawn. The
council will hold another special meeting
Friday morning at 11 o'clock for the final
reading and passage of this ordinance. Tbo
bonds, as provided for In the ordinance, will
run thirty years and will bear 4 per cent
Interest. ' They are to be Issued for the
purpose of funding a portion of the present
bonded Indebtedness of the city and will
be designated aa renewal bonds.
Don't Lose m Meal
Through dyspepsia ' and Indigestion.
Take Electrto Bitters. They cure stomach
troubles or no pay. Only 60c. For sals
by Kuhn ft Co.
t "At Cosy Corners," Adelaide Thurston's
aew comedy success, will be tha New
Tear's attraction at the Boyd this after
Boon and tonight. Miss Thurston will be
remembered aa the petite and wlnsomo
young actress who was seen here in "Sweet
Clover" last season. In "At Cozy Cor
ners" Miss Thurston has the best vehicle
ahe ever had for the display of her talenta.
8he Is surrounded by a splendid company,
and the scento environment of the play Is
aald to be excellent. It's a story of a young
elty girl concert violinist, who goes to
Cozy Comers, a quiet hamlet, to rest. Shs
marries the village parson, after much
At the Orpbeum there will be two per'
feraancee of Its hj.ppy New Year bill to
day, a Special matinee at 1:15 and tonight
at 1:15. For the matinee parquet and front
circle seats can be secured. The sale of
aeits in advance has been very large and
Indicates full houses at both performances.
The bill Is an excellent one and haa much
tn It that Is good In the comedy line. Miss
Lydta Barry of Felix and Barry, who are
among the heavy scorers. Is wearing some
stunning gowns, and different ones at nearly
vary performance. Katherlne Osterman, In
"Tomorrow at II," is meeting with even
bigger success than ever before. Fox, the
clown Juggler, and hie clever little dog,
Foxle, are winning the children. '
A special box office has been opened at
tha Boyd theater to accommodate the large
umber of purchasers of "Ben Hur" seats.
The sale of seats for this Important engage
naent, which occupies the Boyd stage all
-next week, opened yesterday morning, and,
wing to the Urge demand, a separate of
fice was opened on the left of the lobby.
This will greatly facilitate matters, as "Ben
Hur" patrons will not have to wait for the
holiday patrons today. The curtain rises
promptly at t o'clock Monday evening.
Store Open Today
to give everybody an oppor
tunity to secure the extra
ordinary bargains we are
offering during our
Cordial wishes for
A Happy and
Prosperous New Year
J. L. Brandeis & Sons, Props. Boston Store
On Friday, January 2
EVER HELD IN OMAHA
Don't fail to avail yourselves of this extraordi
nary opportunity, as it only lasts one day
iiujj.p'MXJU"isiMi..ii.auuiaiii.ui,juiiajjai'ji V""' iwsuiii Lumi.ty
U A ' s
..leu Year's Presents.,
W. Pi. Bennett Go
By E. D. HASTINGS,
The great bankrupt sale
is continued, no such wind
fall ever happened in Piano
buying Every instrument
is DISTINCTLY HIGH
GRADE and every price
15.00 to 9100.00
Cash or Payments
14,000 H words
to Select From
We carry a complete stock of Edison and Columbia
Machines and Records.
Our facilities for showing records and filling mail
orders cannot be equaled in the west.
Call on us or write. Dealers wanted. Free concerts
all day and evening. Also Vehicles, Automobiles and
1 NEW OAK $162
1 LARGE PIANO 135
1 80HJIER (used) 200
1 STARR (used) 245
1350 PIANO 186
$375 PIANO V, 215
$400 PIANO 225
$425 PIANO 250
$450 PIANO M 275
$600 PIANO 826
$475 PIANO S00
$525 PIANO 850
$550 PIANO 875
$600 PIANO 400
All sold on easy payment plan.
Sheet music and musical merchan
dise sold at a treat sacrifice.
All 50o music from. 12c to 21a.
All 40o music from lOo to 18c.
All 10c music from 3c to 8c
All 50c (olio music from 18o to 88c
Guitars, mandolins and ylollns
from $1.00 up.
NOTE! No rented, returned or re
paired pianos -Included In this grand
NEW YEAR'S OPENING SALE.
1SKI Doasla. at.
Your money will do more
for you here than any other,
place you can take it.
Prices quoted hf low cannot be dupli
cated. Yon can get the goods (all you
want of them), at Sherman & MoConnell's
Druic Store all the time at prices given
20c Mennen's Talcum Powder for .... 11c
$3.50 Marvel Whirling Bpray Syringe
$1.00 Swamp-Root (Kilmer's), we eell. 74o
II WH1TU RIBHON LIQUOR CURE 75c
60c Nrale's Catarrh Tablets, we sell.... 40c
$1.00 Newbro's Mcrplclde, we sell 74c
WK GIVE YOU WHAT YOU ASK. FOR.
50c Syrup of Figs genuine we sell...'. 34c
'ihc Mistletoe Cream, we sell 10c
60c Agnew's Catarrh Powder, we sell 4'c
$1.09 Wine Cardui, we sell 6tie
50c Wakelee's Camellne. for 40c
These are Sherman & McConnell'a prices.
Small Gartleld Tea for 10c
loo Pure 2-grain Quinine Fills for 25c
$1.60 Peruna for 62c
Tha above Is tha genuine, bearing top
$1.00 Listcrine (Lambert's) for 6flc
&Oc Stewart's Dyspepsia Tablets for .. 89c
25c Shrader's Fig Powder for 20c
$1.00 Pierce's Medicines for 65c
One Pound Mixed Hird Seed for 4c
26c Grave's Tooth Powder for 12c
60c Mull's Grape Tonic for 10c
$1.00 Coke Dandruff Cure for 40c
25c Kirk's Juvenile Soap for 10c
True Violet Soap, box 3 cakes for .... 26c
25c Brown's Bronchial Troches for .... 19c
50c William's Pink Fills for 39o
25c Oranglne for 19c
Write for our catalogue of Drugs, Per
fumes and Rubber Gooas.
Sherman &, McConnell Drug Co
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Omaha. Neb.. Cor. 16th and Dodga.
15th and Capitol Avenue.
41 " AUina "il f'lf '"' " 11111111 susiiB. uraafc
jgrwm sa v. THaaj pagB SBffiK
To Cat lea at Maaawa.
Not discouraged by tha put season's sum
mer resort weather. Manager Griffiths Is
making preparations for next summer's
les supply at Lake Manawa, and expects
within a short time to begin to harvest ice.
Tha Manawa Ira houses and Ice were In
spected yesterday and tha Ice was found to
t ten Inches thick and as clear as crystal,
air. Griffiths will fill tha Ice houses to thetr
full capacity In anticipation of a season of
geaulns summer resort weather.
Saarl.e Prayer Meetiag.
Tha First Presbytorlsn church, following
Its annual custom, will begin tha new year
by holding a morning prayer service at S SO
'clock Thursday. The theme for the morn,
tng will be, "Let us not be weary In well
tolng; for In due sa-isoa we shall reap, It
aa faint not."
A Uaailul Caltadar.
Milwaukee Rallwsv has published
an artistic calendar for 1903. 81a sntete,
lOilt Inches, of beautiful reproductions in
t stars of pastel drawings by Bryson. Prlca,
M seaia. Om at Uta Ti.aat
Florida Excorsloa Via "Dixie Flyer"
On Tuesday. January 6th, aa excursion
will be run from Nebraska to Florida with
through aleeping cars from Omaha and Lin
coln, via Burlington Route to 81. Louis and
tha "Dixie Flyer" Routs from there to Jack
sonville. This excursion will ba a personally con
ducted one and will ba in charge of Mr.
George W. Bunnell, C. T. A., B. M. R. R.,
Lincoln, Nel., who ia thoroughly familiar
with the pointa of interest enrouta and la
the state of Florida. ,
Aa you pass through Cairo, Martin,
Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta and Macon,
snd 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 bs
an Interesting and instructive one.
Aa early application for sleeping car
space is suggested. Ask for copy of illus
trated booklet outlining tha trip at 140
Faroam St.. or write W. H. BRILL. Dlst.
Pass. AgL. Illinois Central Railroad,
Notice la hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between Louis
Slsvlu and Fred M. Youngs, under the name
of the "Omaha Plating Company," has been
dissolved by mutual consent, said Louis
Slavln continuing the business of said co
partnership. LOUIS 6 LA VI N',
FRED M. YOUNGS.
Notice is hereby given to tha publto that
If any person or persons that may solicit or
ask for money or anything In the name of
the Volunteers of America with book or
paper that does not bear the name of
Captain F. Rot tel. In charge of North
Omaha, the aame has no right and is falsely
representing themselves as to the right to
solicit In the nam of the Volunteers of
America In the city of North Omaha,
whether In uniform or not.
CAPTAIN F. ROTZEL,
In Charge of North Omaha.
"Th Fratwnltr" will give a grand ball
at Crelghton hall New Year's night, Janu
ary 1, 1S0S. Fifty cents per couple; extra
lady. 26c. Dance until 2 o'clock.
Publish your legal notices in The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
IT'S A FACT
The width of a Beam, the size
of a button or the location of a
pocket may sometime determine
the up-to-dateness of an over
coat The wearer of a "MacCarthy"
overcoat Is a man who Is proud
of his overcoat 'We give the
closest attention to the little
kinks of fashion.
Overcoats that embrace every
virtue of fit of fashion, of
fabric and of finish $30 to
MacCarthy Tailoring Co
1710-12 Farnan ?L
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Begin jight by wearing a genuine
welt soled women's shoe.
Made en th latest of lasts the
high Cuban beej the military heel
vlcl kid uppers the genuine stock
flexible oak tannage sole leather
soles heavy or medium weight
wide or narrow edges broad, com
mon sense round toea.
Did you ever bear of so much that
waa ao good for ao little money, $3.60.
Wa stake our reputation as the
greatest value givers back of this
shoe and if . you are not satisfied
we give you your money back.
DREXEL SHOE CO.
Omaha's Up-to-D&te Shoe House
1419 FARNAM STREET.
Send for new fall catalogue.
BEE WANT ADS
THE BEST HELP IN TOWN
one of the mo.-t important features neces
sary in carrying on a successful business
t the employes, une great union racino
railroad, WHKN THEY HAD THEIR
KKOULAIl M f.N liN I JlJii BllUfH, Was a
model enterprise trains were on time,
engines ull in good ehape and everything
ruiminir smoothly. One thing we claim to
huve HETTEK THAN ANY OTHKR DKCU
tiTORK IN Tlilfl WtSTEMM COUNTRY
IS OUK JlKkl. me loiiowing registered
men have charge of our prescription and
eales departments: H. J. CASHMAN,
x r Mini.k'A'NiN n W Kt 'flTT
UARFIKLD HAYHOW, Q. HUTTON and"
E. T. YATES, we also nave three de
livery bos with bicycles, which fairly
burn the pavement in their eagerness to
promptly deliver an oraera. i wo TELE
PHUNKB, os. ii ana A-tia. make up
the balance or me equipment 01 mis great
"Emporium oi orug neeiia. as to auull
rating prices where else can you buy
Il.ou v isuii ror ,&o
1.00 Zy-mo for 7sQ
JlGO imperial Hair Regenerator for. ...$1.20
tic Poizoni race i-uwurr lor 0
2."e Graves Tooth fowaer lor ioo
l.uO Peruna lor i0
$1 00 I'lerce's mediclnea for 64c
Hon l ouy urug m-rua I rum L ATA.
I.ofH'KS. but send us your list for
OPEN ALL. NIGHT.
S. XV. Car. 4ta sit Calaaaa,
Hallroad Mulitf Krilaisi,
BRADFORD, Pa , Dec. r John C. Mc
Kiiira. for twenty-one years general man
utr of tha Kmdiord. Ikirdell A Kinau
railroad, has resigned, to take effect Jan
la SUM Cols 8aU-naU4 BuakwaSaai
Your Income larger when you have part
Any amount seems small when you spend
It all for pleasure.
Don't wait to make a New Year's reso
lution, but make up your mind to save
money now not tomorrow, but today. To
day Is your day.
Bring In $1.00 If that Is all you can spare.
It will open a bank account for you.
Get one of our small steel banks, free, it
will assist you to save.
The part of your Income that's In this
bank will Increase at the rate of 4 per cent
per annum. V
CITY SAYINGS BAKK,
C. W. LYMAN, President.
JOHN F. KLACK, Vice-President.
CUAL C. 8ATC9, Traaaurer.
I .... 1
If you are thinking
of fitting your home cut with
new fixtures- gas or electric
come In and look over our ele
gant line. We can pleaae you.
F. M. Russell
13 South 11th St. Telephone S03
7 Open Till loon Thursday
44 U ... VamI n ... ILa lit a etern
lit 3 V nc is i cai uf me m&
LL3aiiiU will close as usual at noon.
SPECIAL THUH-DAf MORNING SALES IN ALL DEPTS.
THURSDAY CORNING Iff THE BARGAIN ROOM
The great clearing out tale will continue in tbo Hargain
Koom and the prices will si ill be cut lower. Thousands upon
thousands of yards of merchandise, ladies' and cents' Furnish
ing Goods, Linens, Muslins and in fact everything will go noth
inij in. reserve in this sale. No peddlers, dealers or manufac
turers are sold to.
WOOL DRESS GOODS
Extra heavy Wool Skirling for raiuy-day skirts, goods
woith DOc a yard, will go in this sale at, a yard.
50-inch Brilliantine and Mohair, regular price ?l.-5, will lO.
co in this sale at. a vnrd nfUw
7 - ay
AM our Fancy Dress Goods we sold at 39c will go in
this sale at, a yard
Plain Black Solid, regular 49c goods, you can buy at OK a
a yard . . . . IbiWU
32-inch Scotch Plaids, made to sell for 15c, just the thing for
children's school dresses, as long as they last you Ql n
can have them at, yard U 2li
75c Imported French Flannel, in Persian, in stripes, in figures.
strictly all wool, brought in from the High Grade OIa
DresB Goods Dept.. to close at, a yard saallU
Strictly all wool Challis, in silk stripes, regular 75c
goods, at, a yard
' COTTON DRESS GOODS
Regular 15o snd 19c flannelettes, 36-Inch j5c i9o Bna 25c walstinKs. handsome
wide una i line or colors. In order to close ,fr ,nd , or(Jer
quick, will ro at, , . .
-'2C W8W,u'el,at- 0n-71c
12V4c, 13c and 19o percales, tn both light "
Prints, worth Be, 614c snd 7tye, J 1
aJC all in one lot at, a yard sCiC
and dark colors, for, to close
them quick, at, a yard
Ladles' anion suits, worth
Ladles' underwear, worth $1.00,
will go at
Children's union suits, worth
EOc, will go at
All our 49c, E9c and 75o underwear will
go In one lot, on ona
large square, at
Ladles' kid fleece-lined gloves,
worth COc, will go at
Children's kid fleece-lined l
gloves, worth 23c, for lUC
GREAT CAP SALE
26c and COo men's and boys' caps te close at.
A BIG FORCED SALE OF SHOES
Bur your shoes Thursday morning and save from 75a to one dollar a pair.
Men's Sample shoes, worth up I AO
to 3.S0 IsUU
Women's Sample shoes worth up
to $3.60 ,
Misses' Sample shoes worth up
to $2.00 ,
Brooks Bros.' Patent Calf lace.
worth up to $4.60
Women's Patent Calf Vlcl, lace, from a
well known, Lynn factory, rag- aj ,
ular price, $3.60
Women's Storm Sandals,
Sole agenta In Omaha for tha celebrated
Stetson and Crossett 8hoes for men and
the Brooka Bros.' Ultra and Orover Ehoea
of ebony goods Steins, Austrian gold decorated glass, Austrian fra villa flaaa,
hand-painted china; vaaea made in !ussnu pua uapaJSg 'Jjqujspo PtraitikX
statuary, pedestals, masks, etc. A fine large electrto bronaa figure with pedestal
(or $76.00. Former price, $120.00.
Jewelers and Art Stationers, i
& RYAN CO.,
15th and Douglas Streets, Omaha.
will ba closed all day New Tear's Day. We wish yon a
Happy New Year and all tha year. Look for tha name
and trade with.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1516 Douglas Street.
For a Cold in the Head,
Thoat or Lungs, take
Ask your druggist or send 26 o to Howell Drug Co., Omaha.
This is a copy of the Label
puico on cacn piece oi iuc
aa a guarantee oi HDS01UI8 rUIUf.
LA BEL I Sustained by VA Circuit Court
NAME OP UTENSIL.
Pea 1. ISO.
Mil Mkw Tou. TaA. T. lfBC
have bum a earvful elimination of a
note of AsM NlekaJ Staal War " noalrwl
Ttta ftpamal ooaana a comogmmmm, area
KitofciMaa, an invuc punir. ...
aiuircJv Int from erMMo, Haa ana araa,
BTILLWELL i GLADDIHO,
a to tes Mow York Produce Exohaaga.
often found In i
aiana,r bwia,nix i.is,na
AaaJrsla Ne. M.tnX hmw Voii, Mar a. iavl.
aULAKCaafaaOUBAN Mirii. CO,
6aflTnauir As roquoetro. bf you, we putt
ekat4 in tka opao mar tat a auapla of " Art
K'lokal Btoel War ana bare made a careful
eavateallUBljraaof laoeumal ourarlucef tue
w Sad tbaansaal a ataohaVIv pars sad
frtm aramic iaoww, Iao1 and x W uo-
auMtou n'4rtou to ktU li. W hi itbarafuta
li rnr ail culinary aoa i m . r.q
rgo"nma4 it fnr
CaaaUstS to ia at. T. afatal Siiaaaga,
IvnxsA Hsuii Csttefl ui LSti&j fin
Baa Brer Been Poaod la the Enamel at
Agate Nickcl-Stecl Ware.
SI4 h Finl fUlt Drfarfmtnt amJ Hfut.
La lance & Orosjean Mfg. Co.,
nw toss so. tow CMicaaeJ
May Dama Fortune smile her sweet
est smile for you and yours during
every day of 1903. May happiness and
success form tha team which draws
you ta the next milestone. ,
Thanking you who hare been our
patrona In tha past and trusting that
those who have not ao favored us will
aee "our light," wa are.
T. L. Combs & Co.,
1520 Douglas Street
TEN DAYS TRIAL.
AMI tMiaNI. IsBsKS
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P(fM Vaaavaa. lvtor wttlrari
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mrm4 M aUaaaal. Mer r
lirMl r aaUl4 Va bavs) sVsaa.
km aii er ni tot akaM. awlMAiA.
R. P. Kmmt. Good blk. Denver. Col
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Oaly Oaa Dallar Year.
WHEN YOU BUY A
. i... iiuiiuil i n t n i. . i. t. l- iku' t a PTf". Vil
yOU Are DOI pay IU4 IW . w v. . . a r m- . w
lor FINE QUALITY II AVAN A TOBACCO. FQUALto IMI'OKTEDClUABJs.
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