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THE fftlAIIA DAILY "BEE: F1UPAY, MAtlCH rf, iwr..
RAILROADS PLAY FOR DELAY
Tax Injunction Casa Maj Dot Be Tried
Within Present Year.
MEANWHILE TEMPORARY ORDER PREVAILS
m i r ill una v. - . a a. 11
One of the Attorneys on Railroad
Kid Sara Ilia Clients Will Take
Advantage of Every
The ease of thn Union Taclfle arfl Bur
lington railroad against the city of Omaha
to restrain the levy of taxes against them
on the basis of the asfpftsmcnt as made by
the tax ccmmlHBlonrr probably will not be
tried at the May term of the United Stairs
circuit court, and It Is also probable that
It will not come up within the present year.
An attorney connected with the case on
the aide of the railroads made the state
Bient that If the companlfs pursue the policy
thy have outlined they will take advflrftaae
Of every legal formality to which they ar-
entitled, and this will mean that It will bo
impossible to make an Issue In the case be
fore the next November term of court at
The city has not yet filed Its answer to
the complaint of either of the roads. After
the answer Is filed the complainants will
have sixty days In which to file a reply,
and In this reply points can be raised which
will force the city to respond to the reply,
and the complainants may again file tn the
ease, ao thnt, with the necessary time for
the preparation of the pleadings the No
vember term will be called by the time
Issue la joined.
May no to May Term.
According to the practice In the federal
court It 1b not difficult to have the cause
passed over one term after the issue Is
Joined, and if this continuance Is secured
It will be the May term of the court in 1904
before the case will come to trial.
Pending this hearing the temporary In
junction la In force and It may be,' in the
opinion of lawyers Interested In the case,
that the Injunction Issued by Judge Hunger
last month will have considerable effect
upon the levy of taxes for next year as well
as for thla one. The tax commissioner and
the Doerd of Review must meet and decide
upon the assessment for next year before
the November terra of the federal court ad
journs, and the city council must again pass
upon the assessment and make the annual
levy before' the May term of court of next
year, the term at which. In all probability,
the case will be tried.
SPECIAL FEATURES FOR TODAY
In all countries and among all nations
of the globe, cough medicines are used
and .used probably more extensively than
any other one class of medicine. The
simple reason Is, they are required to aave
human life. Every human being Is subject
to throat and lung troubles, which may
terminate his existence. The people of
all nations know the dangerous conse
quences of a neglected cold, for the ma
jority of fatalities have their origin in
and are characterized first by a simple cold.
It is true, also, that many take alight
colds, and are soon rid of them without
noticing any serious results at the time .
and thla fact alone leads many others to
careless habits. Every cold weakens the
system and makes the next one the harder
to cure. The more careful and prudent
persons everywhere do not permit cold
to run Its course, but treat It promptly.
For many years Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has been In use throughout the United
State and many other countries and time
has proved it to be the best adapted of any
remedy yet made for all throat and lung
diseases, and especially coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough.
HELD ON CHARGE OF MURDER
Thoaiaa McGslgan Waive Prelimi
nary Examination and Goes
to District Court,
Thomas McQulgan, charged with the mur
der of Patrick Murphy, near the corner of
Fourteenth and Howard streets, the even
ing of February 2$, was arraigned In the
jollce court yesterday morning. L. J. Plattl
ippcared as his attorney. McGuigan
ihowed but little concern when he was
:aken bolore the magistrate and pleaded not
guilty. He waived examination. In ac
rortlance, with the recommendation of the
;oroner'a Jury he was held to the district
sourt for trial without bonda. He was taken
:o the county Jail yesterday and will,
Deputy County Attorney Burnam expecU,
e arraigned In the district court Saturday
William Shaw, Patrick Slnon, E. O'Don
lell, James Lowe, John Williams and
Thomas Dailey, witnesses for the state,
sere unable to aecure the necessary $300
' onds and were taken to the county Jail
x be detained there until the trial of
Children will take Plao's Cure without
ibjectlon, because Its taste la pleasant. At
3. CAMPBELL MORGAN CANCELS
Ua Voire Falls at Atlanta, Georgia,
and He Calls Omaha, Kn
The Young Men's Christian association
esterday received a telegram from Mr.
foody, manager for Rev. G. Campbell Mor
;an, now at Atlanta, Ga., stating that Rev.
organ's voice had given out from over
rork and that his physician directed that
i week's rest waa imperative, therefore It
rould be necessary to cancel his dates In
Ills city, but he could give Omaha two
seeks In November.
A meeting of the directors of the Young
ten's Christian association was held yes
erday to discuss the situation and a
rlegraro was sent to Mr. Moody request
ng that Rev. Morgan postpone all his
laies for one week and come to Omaha on
larch 15, as it was Importaut thai be
hould be here. Rev. Morgan was to have
pened a series of meetings at the First
fethodlst church next Saturday evening.
Burklen's Arnica. Kalve.
The best In the world for Cuts, Corns,
Soils, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Sure, l ifers,
lull Rheum. Cures plies or no pay. 25c.
Tor sale by Kuhn A Co.
A popular concert will be glvnn under
he.Ulrcrtion of Mrs. Lena Ellsworth Dale
it Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal
hurch Friday evening. Mendelssohn quar
et. Mrs. Edyth Thomas Wallace of Coun
cil Bluffs, reader, will assitt.
75c Clinllics a 39c Yard
We have bought direct from the manufacturer his entire accumulations of
strictly All Wool Challies, In light and dark grounds and Ihis spring's pat
terns, floral designs, polka dots, also pMIn colors, such as creams, blacks.
greens, Diues, old rose, etc.; earn remnant contains from 2 to 6 yards and
many of the remnants match. They are esneclallv adanted
for house gowns, kimonas, dressing sacriues. children's dresses JL U C
ana waists, every yard guaranteed to be 75c quality on U
sale at per yard J
$2.50 Suitings at 75c Yard
Our entire stock of Casslmeres. Clay Worsteds, Cheviots, Broadcloths, Co
ven mins, in piain gooas, also cnecKS ana plaids. This material Is ap
propriate Tor men s and boys weir, rainy dny skirts, ladles'
tailor made suits, etc.. In all lengths, from 3'4 to 6 yards, and
' all Hi yards wide on sale on bargain squire at per yard....,
$2 Dress floods, dress and skirt lengths, every weave, at 39c
75c and $1 Dress Goods, skirt and waist lengihs, per yard ...25c
$3 quality silk and wool stuffs, importer's samples, per piece 19c
Waistlngs, Batiste, Albatross, etc. , worth 60c to 85c, per yard ..... .25c
50c Serges, Cashmeres, Cheviots, ets., per yard 15a
25c Dress Goods, short lengths, per yard ; 5c
75c Mousseline de Soie at 25c.
All this spring's colorings In silk mousseline de sole, old rose, blues,- black.
greens and creams, suitable for evening gowns and waists.
In lengths from 2 to 5 yards, many pieces to match,
all go at, a yard
Having purchased from one of the
largest silk manufacturers their
short lengths and trial pieces, as
they come from the weave, In
plain colors, brocades, taffetas,
l'ersians, Loulslnes, etc., In
lengths of '4. V4. and 1 yard, go
for entire piece, according; to
25c, 15c, 5c
In lengths from 3 to 5 yards
In the finest qualities Bonnott
and Lyons, go lu three lots,
worth $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
go at '
98c, 69c 49c
Great Basement Remnant Sale
One big lot of light and dark colored mercerized waistlngs, In basket
weaves, and In short mill remnants, worth up to &c, go as long
as they lajit at, a yard
One big counter of best grades of
standard prints in black and white,
blue and white and fancies, a
none better at any price, fcC
, go at, a yard
Fine corded Madras and Per
cales, 36-in. wide, worth
15c, at, yard
One big counter of fine corded ging
hams and all the newest
weaves, worth up to 15c,
go at, a yard
AT 6C YARD White mercerized
waistlngs. In short remnants, worth
up to 36c a yard, go as r
long as they last at OC
75C MERCERIZED WAISTINGS, 39C
One big counter of plain white and
fancy colored mercerized basket
weave and damnsk pattern waist
lngs. In long remnants,
that generally sell for .lUc
75c a yard, go at
AT 10C AND 124C YARD One big
counter of India Itnons, nainsooks,
40-tncn lawns, oimities ana
waistlngs. worth up to Zoc,
go at lUc and
AT T9C YARD One counter of extra
fine French ginghams in fancy
weaves. In long remnants, 4
worth up to 35c, go at, I Uf
Mercerized sateen In double-
folds, black and colors,
worth up to 40c, go at yd..
Our entire accumulation of table damask remnants running In lengths from
14 yards to 8 yards, In all grades, on sals tomorrow at about half their
NEXT MONDAY GREAT TAPESTRY SALE
$10 Tapestry Portieres will go at, each $1.59
J. L, BRANDEIS 6t SONS.
CPMBjmimi BBBBBBBEMSSBBOBlflW lUi'HHWffiBBBB
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS,
STATEMENT AS TO DEPOSITS.
Close of business Opening Day $ 16,095.68
Close of business Sept. 30, 1 month's business. . 62,763.29
Close of business Oct. 31, 2 month's business. . . 85,137,88
Close of business Nov. 30, 3 month's business. . . 119,275.49
Close of business Dec. 31, 4 month's business. . . 157,208.06
Close of business Jan. 31, 5 month's business. . . 174,170.08
Close of business Feb. 28, 6 month's business- - - 200,762.52
rti r HOWELL'S ANTI-KAVF
For sale at all Drug Stores.
GIGANTIC CLOTHING DEAL.
J. L. Brandela at Boas Boy Entire Line
f Black Clay Worsted Salts
for Great Saturday Sale.
The most attractive clothing offer In
years. We will sell entire stock of $15
black clay worsted suits,, just bought at a
huge sacrifice, on Saturday for $7.60.
Remember the date, Saturday, March 7.
J. L. BRANDEIS ft SONS,
' Boston Store.
( Announcements of tbe Theaters.
"The Moonshiner's Daughter," a melo
drama that appeals to all lovers of that
sort of entertainment, opens tonight at
the Boyd, for an engagement that termi
nates with the week. A matinee will be
given Saturday. As can be seen by the
company's advertising matter, the play Is
crowded with hair raising episodes. A pistol
fight between revenue officers and tbe
moonBhlnera, the blowing up of an illegal
still with dynamite and the struggle for
life on the brink of a cliff are three of
the prominent goose-flesh-producing acts of
the many shown throughout the piece. A
splendid company is said to handle the
piece and the scenic equipment is said to
' We desire to eiprees our gratitude to
our friends and neighbors for their marked
kindness to us during the sickness snd
death of our daughter Mabel. We were
deeply touched by the many beautiful floral
tributes that were sent and especially by
that from Mabel's teacher and classmates
at the Walnut Hill school. We are grate
ful to all.
MR. AND MRS. C. H. WASHINGTON.
Forty-third and Emmet streets.
Publish your ler.l notices lit Tbe Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
CaplUl and Su-piu. $108,000.00. 1
A Strong Savings Bank v
. tk. L A.. - . - - ; 1 i
Is the best place for your savings because your money Is constantly earning mora
money, without hsk of loss, anJ without any bother to you
This bank was established in lbS4, and has always paid depositors In full on
Every dollar placed to your credit will earn 4 per cent. Interest compounded twice
a year. You can bein with any sum from 11 up.
Our Ultl ttaeJ banks help you to uve Ol snd get on. frae.
CITY SAVINGS DANK.
Brown BleoH. StstnW and Douglas. Strwota
Post Graduate. No Students
Old reliable, en pert, 'accurate, painless
dentists to do your work here. Graduate
dentists come here to learn our painless
methods. Expert dentists admitted to
our course for $100. Then "all could have
a big business. Beware of Jealous, Idle,
sore head dentists. They have lost their
fractlce. Poor work ana painful methods
hey have used caused people to come
here. We can make money by teaching
our painless course to expert dentists.
That way we don't have to 'charge auch
high prices. We are always crowded.
DI RIMQ MARCH OXLYt
Set of Teeta, front 3.00 nn
Gold Crowns ap
Bridge Teeth . .I.SS a
Geld Filling TBe ap
FUlla. SKe ap
Teeth Extracted .' Free
Bomethlng new In artificial teeth No
plate, required New patent anchor Mis
fit, loose and broken plates repaired end
made to fit.
OF PAINLESS DEHTISTRV,
1523 Donclas Street. Room 4.
Open dally Nights till I; Sundsys, I to 4.
Deputy sHats Ti
II. L. RAMftCGIQTTI, D. V. S.
i CITT VETEHJNAJUAN.
I p(Boa and Infirmary, Sta and sfaassi
Olnuhu. Ntrb. Ttl phulie 6.
WHITE DOVK CURKorvrr -U ivdt-sttrojr crmr
, ihfcf for ttroBic drluk. th fplll for wuict ctutKat
ciisrt (tsr uni thb remtiiv. Olvea In any tluir
with or wilt. )Ut tmiiM of rtiiu: tui;itM; II 9
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MAYHEM'S FRO F1T-5HARINO CARNIVAL.
WW THE RELIABLE
Friday in the Domestic Room.
The finest domestic department west of
Chicago. Every thing in linc-ns, muslins
and sheetings, all kinds of cotton goods at
prices far below anthing shown In this
FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY
This will be the largest line of remnants
ever placed on the squares of this room.
Remnants tif wool dress goods worth up to
$1.60 a yard, all colors, henrtcttas. novel
ties, suitings, etc.. In this sale at 4Sc yard.
Remnants of-wool dress goods worth up
to 39c a yard, on another counter at 10c
Remnants of lace striped wash goods,
worth 2r,c, at 12c a yard.
Remnants of printed Swisses worh 19c,
at lfc a yard.
Rcmnanta of 12Hc and 15c dlmltios, ba
tistes, etc., at 6Vjc a yard.
Closing out waistlngs worth 15c. 19c and
25c, at 10c a yard.
Closing out extra heavy flannelettes,
worth IVtv, at 2c a yard.
Remnants of 10c satlnes, at Be a yard.
Remnants of 36-Inch percales, worth 15c,
at fic a yard.
, 600 remnants of toweling at half price.
500 remnants of tablo linen at half price.
600 remnants of theetlng at half price.
8c quality, extra heavy, yard wide, brown
sheeting, at 4 7-8c a yard.
Remnants of checked and striped nain
sook, lawns and dimities, worth up to 15c
a yard, at "He
Remnants of 40-Inch aprori lawn, worth
up to 25c, at 124c a yard.
40-Inch plain curtain Swiss, worth 124c,
at 74c a yard.
25c quality, 68-Inch bleached unlpn dam
ask, at 124c a yard.
58-Inch turkey red damesk, I5c quality,
at 124c a yard.
$1.00 quality full bleached mercerized
lunch cloths, size 36x3, at 39c.
64c quality heavy bleached twilled
crash, at Ze.
100 dozen gocd quality of frtnged bleached
towels, at 24c each.
60 dozen large fringed napkins, worth
6c. at 14c each.
REMNANTS. OF FLANNEL
Remnants of drapery silkollne. 36 and
40 Inches wide, worth 15c, at 6c a yard.
Remnants of fancy striped and checked
cheviot Rhlrtlng, regular 124c grade, at
64c a yard.
Remnants of all colors of ei.lerdown,
worth up to 75c, at 25c a yard.
Remnants of extra heavy Shaker and cot
ton flannel, worth 84c at 44e a yard.
Remnants of all Wool white flannel and
embroidered flannel at half price.
. G3EAT F.'.USLIH UNDERWEAR SALE.
THE BIO SPOT CASH TURCHASE OF NEWEST AND MOST EXQUISITE
STYLES, ON SALE IM THE NEW, REMODELED MUSLIM UNDERWEAR AND
Ladles One cambric corset covers,
high neck, worth 19c, at 10c.
Ladies' fine lace and embroidery trimmed
corset covers and drawers, handsomely
made up from selected cambrics, worth
75c, on sale at 39c.
Ladies' fine powns and skirts, made of
high grade cambrics, with lawn ruffle, trim
med with embroidery and lace, worth $1,
on sale at 60c.
Children's drawers. In all sizes, full
lies, from 1 to 15 years, on sale at 124c
SPECIAL FROM 3 TO 4 P. M.
For one hour we will place on sale la
dles' fine cambric corset covers, lace and
embroidery trimmed, worth 60c, at '15c
LADIES' 50c VESTS AT 15c.
300 dozen ladles' fine lisle vests. In white
and fancy colors, regular 50c value, at 15o.
Steak, 10c and.
MEAT AND FISH SALE FRIDAY
Qn Round qr. Holland
W Steak 3 pounds for....iUC Herring ,
.. Uv Steak 4 pounds for.
31 n l.arge fancy Bloater
Da Best Imported
, No. 1 Irish
Fresh fish every day fresh and salt water.,
OCr Small Fnmily
a. WW MacKerei
A( it Fancy Kngllsh
fUC Bloater 2 for
aVUW White Fish ...
ttr N- 1 White
I An Office With a Vault I
We can .how you an offlc. right next to th.
elevator the moat desirable location in the
building. The room i. 14x18, and al.o has a
large burglar proof vault. Everyone .ay that
our Janitor and elevator service is the beat in
town. It ia also a big advantage to you to be
able to tell people your address, because the beat
known building in Omaha is
The Bee Building.
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Bee BISg. 2;
Yovx will be'of f muchV&lue'to olhettf,
ftjyou fccvve beenioyourj-etT if you atdvaje ihemio
USE 511 EKIDAN. COAL
Worhj perfectly inbajeburner, D&.ndy forcookin4
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Mast AirU.ll.r.l Aaak.lv.
At BENNETT'S At BENNETT'S
For Friday and Saturday Our Dry Goods
and Women's Wear Pricss Are Out Wide
Avail Yourself of These Real Bargain Offers.
New Goods, New Patterns an 1 Colors, tioaaht under coat of pro
dnrtton, yours at same, plus frrlicht charters Friday,
FANCY AND STAPLE CALICOES All nice patterns, light sod dark Ql
and guaranteed fast colors, only, ysrd Sj2w
GINGHAMS New line of best patterns and colors, In stripes, a closely woven
cloth that will wear, warranted to wash, very nice (or children's dresses,
waists and men's shirts, regular 9e grade, ft
at yard ; )Q
New Twine Etamines, Reps and Tub Cloth
A swell line of mixtures, all the very newest effects, 29 Inches r)A.
Vide, at ysrd tCGC
LARGE SIZE TURKISH BATH TOWELS size 22x44. unblesched. made of
the best absorbent cotton, worth 14c,
A large showing of pretty plaid snd check dresse for children, all nicely
trimmed, some with braids and guimps and buttons; sizes, 4 to 14; all pretty
colors, for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY'S QUICK SELLING
Your choice worth $200, at
100 Ladies' Sample Suits
All colors, all sizei, some with capes, all blouse effects, plain snd pleated
skirls, blouse all lined with nice quality satin lining. This grand sssort
ment takes in sll the late new material; the values In this big bargain
run as high as twenty-five dollars on sale Friday and Saturday 0 00
at $13.90, $12.90, $11. UO, $10.90 and l.tjU
A big clean-up In LADIES' WASH WAISTS end PRESSING SACQUES OOf
at each 0JC
100 dozen very pretty WASH WAISTS, almost every material, all sizes, lights
and darks, worth at least 69c, Friday and
Saturday, each ,
100 dozen LADIES' FAST BLACK COTTON HOSE, all sizes,
worth 15c, at pslr ....
100 dos. Ladles' Spring Weight Under Vests, high neck and long
sleeves, silk tsped, worth 30c, at each
PILLOW CORDS AND TASSELS, all new colors snd shadings iEs
worth 40c, at each.
mm FLOOR, BENNETT'S
1 Rk SSn tx jj
spect our li
Today we open our en
tire new line of
Top coats 'and cravenette
coats. Our showing is a
wonderfully complete one,
and the values that we are
offering, from five to twenty
dollars, cannot be dupli
cated anywhere. We are
showing all the new shades,
including the new tans.
We request the presence
of every man who has a
buying a spring coat to in-ne.
tm-uf i mil f i ii i. in' i IIM. mm w i m V
Clothing tips to put you
cn the inside.
A top-coat requires pecu
liar tailoring talent and
particular tailoring. The
collar must hang Just so,
and it won't do that if the
tailoring of that collar isn't
true, isn't painstaking, isn't
made with upwards of a
thousand thrusts of the
needle. The 1903 back is
full very full. Our New
York cutter tells us that the
Fifth -Avenue swells are ac
centuating the full back
by creasing both sides of
back making it hang lux
uriously ' loose. Sturdy
Coverts In the old-tlme
popular tans with just a
mixture of green In It are
"it" In fabrics tn 1903.
We're the necessary tailor
ing talent garment workers
who make top-coats a spe
cialty a New York cutter
who knows top-coat cutting
from A to Z. .
Top Coats $25 to $50.
1710-12 Farnam St. '
Pbane ISOS. Bee Building
Court House Is opposite.
Should be judged by the qual
ity and style and NOT by the
price asked, as
Sortsis Are $3.50 Always
Their equal la always $3.00.
203 South 15th St.
Frank Wilcox, Manager.
GORDON MALT WHISKEY
1 a brand of Canadian goods which we
sell for strictly high grade family ut and
guarantee every ounce of It to be tri per
rent proof, which Is much superior to
many ADVERTISED nail whlnkle. The
retiuUr price of this malt is tl.Ou per bottle,
but the quantity in which we are buying
It enables us to retail ai 75c per bottle, or
$8.W per dosen by the doxen cime. Kvery
bottle guaranteed, mind you. and MONKY,
NOT ritOMlSES, refunded If not uuiia
factory. WK HAVE TIIK LARGEST MAIL.
OR I) EH HI8IES OK AW
1)111 li STORE 1 EHHSKA!
Our prices must be right, 'cauxe we ad
vise any one to (JET THEM AND COM
I'AKK WITH ANYUODY'B CATALOG HK
KOKK OBDERINU AND -WK GET THE
ORDER! If you live out of town see our.
ad In the Council liluffH Daily Nonpareil,
Western Prew. Danlwh I'loneer, Dally
News. Dally World-Herald and Dally Hee
of Omaha, and If you don't tlnd what you
war.t write us for prlres. REMEMBER
Sohaefer's sell It for lens."
Tri 'Phones 141 nnd TWT.
, W. for. Ittth aad Chicago Bta.
Are becoming scarce. Join my Homestead
Club and liicreoite your opporiuultlt-8 of
obtaining one by being kept poated. I have
sjmething good In view. Bend for my
pamphlet of homestead lnstrutloiiM and
treatise on public land surveys. I'rtce
cents KlHer and stamp.
C. J. CO.VMCK, ISUo Uwwar SU, Omaha.
A'i-t t '
Quality the Finest.
Price the Lowest.
Terras the Easiest. '
March Sale Now Going On
Note our Incomparable line: Knabe,
Kranlch & Bach, Kimball, Hallet & Davis,
I.indeman & Hon, Sterling, Mathuahek,
Adam Schaaf, Hoape, Burton, Krell, Schu
mann, Bweetland and various other makes.
Just Sis of Onr Many Ilararalus for
Bargain No. 1 Upright Piano CTO
Eastern make used 4i O
Bargain No. 2 Miller Piano re- ' Cfftft
finished good as new iplWV
Bargain No. 3 Illnze Piano up- CURL
right used I t-J
Bargain No. 4 Hallet & Davis' (os
large size used ipl0
Bargain No. 6 Kimball Upright Cif
rosewood uaed kPItVI
Bargain No. 6 Schumann Piano case
slightly marred returned from $200
New Pianos Eastern make C1"7
mahogany caise iItJ
$3.00 flonthly Payment.
Note Our Special Offer on a
500 Piano and Player,
complete with stool, ecarf
and bench and 12 rollg of
music, $275. j
Terms, $25 cssh, $8 per month. Bee
sample in our east window.
A. IIOSPE CO.
1513 and 1515 Douglas Street
Cecilian Piano Player Rectial
BY riR. PHILIP OAHM.
ttatarday Brenlnar, March 7th, C. M. B,
A. Hall, Same Floor as Piano IMay
t'o. Parlors, Arlington Block, 1S11
1513 Uoilf Street.
1 Le Tourblllon Valse de Concert..
2 Mississippi Ride Btep Berliner
8 Iove's Old Sweet Bong Molloy
4 Invitation to the Dance Weber
6 When You and I Were Young..
J. W. Hisehoff
6 Thousand and One Nights Walts
7 In the Good Old Bummer Time...
5 IV Inquietude Dreyschoclt
lioh.mlun Girl Then You'll He
member Me Ralfs
10 Reels Hughes
U Melody In F Rubinstein
i Htars and Stripes Forever Mousa
Our object In giving these weekly re
citals Is to show the great superiority of
the Cecilian over all other Players; easy
to pedal; control simple and perfect; the
touch soft or powerful, as th aa-erator
All music lovers are cordially invited.
Beats are plenty and free.
Has It ever occurred to yon that the
Cecilian Club pl'Ui enables you to secure a
Cerlllan Piano Player or a Piano for less
per week payments than you could rent
either for? Well, It Is a fact, and when
the opportunity passes you will be sorry
yon did not take advantage of it.
Come and see us.
PIANO PLAYER CO.,
Arlington Blk. 1511-1313 DodgaSt.
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