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TTTE OMATTA DAILY BEE: PATrWDAY. PEfTamEK ' ft. 1003,
mw nK1T-TORE A D OKI- It F..
At a Bargain
Tli large double store In Bee
, Rulldlng. formerly occupied by
? MacCarthy Tailoring Co. feet
plate glass front, the only one of
Its kind In Omaha. Present
monthly rental, till. Will rent to
ingle tenant for 9133 per month.
Or will remodel Into two atorea
and rent each store for $75.
Kxcellent location for men'a
furnishing More, shoe atore,
! Jeweler, milliner, etc. Kvery
tenant of the Immenae Bee Build-
jj. tn. City Hall, Court Houae and
i New York Lira Building a pos-
I ' 'or further particulars, aea
304-306 So 16th St.
FOR RENT-bulldlng auitabl for whole
sale purposes at Did Farnam, r-xW. four
iuC.7?nH,rr,l"i!K"" Tmented rmsoment.
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of
fi? counter and flxturea. For price and
particular inquire C. C. Knsewater, wo
fulf Be 1,ulldln C'o.. room 100. Boe
FOR RENT, atoreroom and basement in
good location, particularly adapted for a
plumber show room and work room or a
manufacturer with similar re.iulrementa;
power furnished if required. It. Fetera
.Vi?" rental agents. . ground floor. Hoe
building. I M7M
l-BTORY and baaement, 2:xl0(l; ions Farnam
61. Inquire 814 First Nat l Bank Bl.lg.
FOR RENT Peek room In office, with
vault. Apply 616 Bee Bldg. or Tel. Vml.
FOR RENT, three upper atorlea In four
story building a( 16 Farnam St., two
atorlea If preferred. Address C C. Rose
water. Sec'y., Room luo. Bee bldg.
LIQUOR HABIT CURED In 1 days-piy
when cured; no hypodermics. AVrite fur
booklet. Uatllu Institute, 21ti S. 14lh at.
' THIS WEEK'S ISSUES,
Can be obtained at The Bee business office.
'2C TER COPT.
Johnson Inatltute, 615 N. Y. LI fa. bldg. T. 1(04
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague bldg. T.TOi.
Alien & Farwall, Paxton blk.. 604-7. T. 1305.
DR. GRACES DEEOAN, 833 N. T. Life. Tel.
Fayette Cole, Osteopath, 609 Paxton block.
CHAMBERS' New Academy, 2424 Farnam.
Adult beginners, Mondays and Saturdays,
( p. m.; assemblies, Wednesdays. HM p.
ni.; children beginners, -Wednesdays, 4 p.
in., Saturdays, 3 p. mj advanced. Satur
days only, 4 p. m. 'Phone, F-W71; res.,
A-W71. . . .. . 705
L08T Fox terrier, whlta with black mark
on back, black tali, black spot on back
of head, will respond to tha name of Sport.
U Winkler. 6111 N. Mth. Lost-W 4x
LiOST, between 23d and Davenport and 15th
and Dourlua, ladlea' brooch, aet with
- pearls, with diamond In center. Return
to Cashier Calumet restaurant and get
reward. Loat-666 6
LAW AND COLI.KCTIOSS.
BTILLMAN PRICE, 410 lat Nat. bk. bldg.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. lat floor N. Y.
Ufa bldg., attorneys and collectors eery
. where. Ij
Arthur I Warrick, 401 War blk. Tal. 19.1
THUS. J. KELLY, voice. Davtdga block.
LKTOVSKY'S ORCHESTRA. Tel. L-2S4.
BECITOLi'8 union orchestra. 211 S. 13th
i. . MOW Jl
EXPERT piano tuning and action regu-
iBiuia, rruoMwe price; aaiiarai'iion guar
anteed. Collina Piano Co., 113 S. 17th.
Tal. 2334. -9
HES8 8WOBODA. 1415 Farnam. -439
wl HUNDURSON. florist. 1619 Farnam St.
CORK ICE MAKERS AND TINNERS.
SAVAGE. 9829 Farnam, furnace work, cor
nloea, rldgeroll gutters. Skylights. Te'. 211 L
. MSOJ D6
IN famlllea. Mis Sturdy, 909 N. !3d.
, M.U4 IJ1
JOT Tailor School. 209 8. 20th. Tel. Ll'kT"
WILL exchange beautiful upright piano In
good condition fur horse. For particulars
addrata X IS, Bee. it trto
OM. Van Btor. Co., 1611 H Farn. Tela. 1559 -S6i
C. R. HEFLIN. 309 N. lCttf-st. Tel. 2974.
A SNAP Ladlea and young men to take
light, pleasant work at home; 11 to $3 per
day can be n ade; no canvassing: work
Bent by mall; Inclose atampa. fciamlttrd
Manufacturing Co., i Ball at., Koxbury.
Maes. -M7I1 tx
tohould ba read DAILY by all Interested,
as rhaiigas may occur at any lima.)
1-oreign rcalla for the week ending De
cerober 5, 14, will close (PROMPTLY n
Iall eaaea) at tba General Po tortus aa fol
owa; PARCtLS-PObT MAIL close one
lour earlier than closing time shown be
low. Parcels-Post Alalia lor Uerniany close
".'...T. m . Monday, per a. a. Kronprina
Allhelm: Wsdueaday. er a. a. Neikar;
rlday, per a Pretoria.
Regular and aupplementary mails close
at Foreign citation half hour later I linn
cl.Mtug lima shown blow (except that Sup
plementary Moils for Kurope and Central
America, via Colon, cloe uiie hour later at
. Foreign Station).
TURDAY-At 1.30 a. m. lor IRELAND.
Ir a a Etrurla, via gueonato u (nisi!
tor other pari of Eurooa must be di
rected " per a. a. ttrurla i; at a. m. for
Kl'ROPE. per a. a. Philadelphia, via
HouthatuptAii: at T:o a. iu. for ITALY
dlre--t. p-r a. a. lYlna AdelUrt imail must
directed "iT a. a. Prma Adeltit"j:
al 7 ) a lit. for rU!TLAM Jircl. per
s. a Aeion-. (mail nm.-t be dirid 'per
a. . AioTt"J: aL lit t, iu. i titul.
rOSTOFKIC K AOTICK.
OlfM direct, per a. a. Finland (mall must
be directed " per a. a. Finland").
After the clneln of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls named aliove, addi
tional Supplementary Maits are oncned
on the piers of the American. Rngllali,
French and Oerman steamer.", and re
main open until within len Minutea of
tha hour of Bailing of ateamer.
Malta for .oath aad Ceatral America,
West ladlea. F.tc.
SATURDAY At R SO a. m. for BRAZIL,
per a s. Tennyson, via Pernamlmco Ba
hla. Rio Janeiro and Santos mall for
Northern Brazil. Argentine, I riisuay and
Paraguay must be directed "per . a.
Tennyson"); at 9 8 n. m. (supplementary
:3i a. m.) for CURACAO and VENE
ZUELA, per a. s. Maracalho (mall for
Savanllla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per a. s. Muracaibo"): nt 9 a. m.
for PORTO RICO, per a. a. Ponce, via
San Jnanr at : a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JA
MAICA. SA VANILLA. CARTAGENA
' and ORE YTOWN. per a. a. Valencia
(mall for Costa Rica must be directed
"per a. Valencia"); at 9:30 a. m. (sup
plementary 10 30 n. m.) for ST. THOMAS,
ST. CROIX, LEEWARD and WIND
WARD ISLANDS, BRITISH. DUTCH
and FRENCH GUIANA, per a. a. Korona
(mall for Granada and Trinidad must be
directed "per s. a. Korona"); at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for INAGl'A
and HAITI, per s. a. Flandrla (mall for
Port a'.i Prince, Aux Cayes and Jacmel
must be directed "per a. a. Flnndrla");
at 10 a. m. foi CUBA, per a. a. Mexico, rla
Havana: at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per a. a.
Oranje Nassau (mail for Curacao, Vene
auela, Trinidad. RritU"h and Dutch Gulnna
must be directed "per a. a. Ornnje Nas
sau"): at 10 a. m. for ARGENTINE.
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per a. a.
Malta Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
ec pi Transpacific.
CUBA Via Florida, closes at this offlca
dally, except Thursday, at b:30 a. m. (the
connecting malls don here on Wednea
days anrt Saturdays via Tampa, and on
Mondays via Miami I.
MEXICO CITY Overland, unless specially
nddi eased for d!spatch by steamer, closea
at this office dally, except Sunday, at 1:30
p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Sundays at 1:00 p.
m. and 11. m p. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND Ity rail to North Syd
ney, and thence by steamer, closea at this
office daily at 8:30 p. m. (connecting mulls
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
by ateamer, closea at thtr. office at 9:30 p.
m. every Tuesday.
By rail to Philadelphia and thence by
steamer cloaes at thla office at 11:30 p. m.
M1QUELON By mil to Boston, and thence
by ateamer, closes at thie office daily at
0:30 p. m.
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and
GUATEMALA By rail to New Orleans,
and thence by steamer, clones at this of
fice dally, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m
and and 11:: p. m., Sundays at 11:00
p. m. and 11:30 p. m. (connecting mall
closes here Mondays at 411:30 p. m ).
COSTA RICA By rail to Now Orleans, nnd
thenca by ateamer, closes at thla office
dallv, except Sunday, at 11:30 p. m. and
111:30 p. m., Sundaya at fl:00 p. m, and
. 111.30 p. m. (connecting mall closes here
Tuesdrivs at 111:30 p. m.).
(REGISTERED MAIL closea at C p. m.
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except
West), NEW CALEDONIA FIJI,
SAMOA and HAWAII, via San Wranclsco,
close here dally at 9:30 p. in. up to De
cember IS, IneliiHlve, for dispatch per a.
a. Ventura. (If '.he Cunard stammer carry
ing the Br. -!sh mal' 'or Mw Zealand
doea not arrive in time .unect with
tills dispatch, extra malls clotting at 6:30
a. m. and 9:M a. m. and 9:30 p. rn.; Bun
days at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
will be made tip and forwarded until tha
arrival of the Cunard steamer.)
AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI 1ST,.
ANUS nr.J NEW CALEDONIA (specially
addressed only), via Vancouver and vic
toria, B. C, close here dally at 6:.V) p. m.
up to December 5, Inclusive, for dispatch
per a. a. Moans.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close her
dally nt 8:30 p m. up to December 5,
Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Hyades.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close her
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December 112,
Inclusive, for dispatch per I. s. Alameda.
HAWAII, JAPAN? CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via, San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December
t7, Inciualve, for dUpatch per b. a. China.
UNA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria. B. C close hare daily at 6:39 p.
m. up to December 122, inclusive for dla
patch per a. a. Fmpresi of India. (Mer
chandise foe United fartates Postal
agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
via Canada.) 1
HAWAII, JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Franclaco,
close here dally at 6:33 p. m up to De
cember 17, inciualve, fur dajpa'ch ;r a.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. 'ip to
December 27, inciualve, for dispatch per
U. S. transport. .
TAHITI anrt MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
San Francisco close nere dally at 6:30 p.
m. uo to- January 1, Inclusive, for
dispatch per- a. 'a. Mariposa.
NOTE Unlesa otherwise addressed. West
Australia Is forwarded via Europe, and
New Zealand and Philippines via San
Francisco the quickest routes. Phlllp
plnea specially addressed "via Canada"
or "via Furope" must be fully prepaid at
tha forelKn rates. Hawaii la forwarded
via San Franclaco exclusively.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port of
Bailing dally and tha schedule of clowlng
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. IRegla
tered mall closes at p. m. previous day
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Post office. New York, N. T., November 27.
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
Omaha, Pieu.. November 16, 1H03. Sealed
prouoaal. In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received here and by the
wuariermaeier. Fort Hill, u, T until iu a.
m., central standard time, December 16.
1H03, for the construction of a frame hay
ahed at Fort Hill. O. T. Full Information
furnlahed on application to thla office,
where plan and sj.eclrlcaUons mav be aeen,
or to the Quartermaster. Fort 8111, O. T.
Proposala to be marked "Proposals for Hav
Shed." and addresxed to Captain WILLIAM
B. HORTON. Acting Chief Quartermaater.
NOTICE OF THE SALE OF RENEWAL
Proposals will be received by S. C. Shrig
ley, the City Clerk of tha City of liouih
Omaha. Nebraska, until 9 o'clock p. m.,
December 7, l!i3, for the purchase of an
inaue of bunda la the sum of tl.OvO, bonds
to be huMiod In the denomination of tiva
hundred dcllaia (J.")) each, beuring date
November 1, 10, maturing Iu twenty year
after date and bearing Interest at the rate
of Ave (5) per cent per annum, payable
Theee ar.. renewal bond to take up and
pay certain outstanding District Improve
ment bond of the City heretofore laaued
and outstanding; principal and interest of
all bonds payable at the Mate fiscal agency
of Nebrenka In the City of New York,
All bids must be In writing 'and must
be uncoi Ultlonul and accompanied by a
certified check for five hundred dollar
(lfxn.1). payable to the City of South Omaha,
Nebraska, purchaser to accept and pay for
aaid bonds within twenty days from dale
of sale by City.
The right is reserved to reject any or
Dated at South Omaha, Nebraska. De
cember 1. 19u3. Dl drit-ine
) AILHOAD TIME CARD.
VNION STATION lOTII AND MiRCV,
llllaala teat rat.
Chicago Express a 7:50 am
Ht. Pnul Limited a 7:50 pm
Minuet poll Si- Paul
Lx prima b 7:60 am
t'hlcMco A Nprtfcwestera.
"The Northweatern Line.
a 9:06 am
a 7:55 am
a 3:30 am
b 3:45 pm
a 9:15 am
a 3:45 pin
a T:u5 am
a 9:25 am
a 2 40 pm
a 1 am
bl0 S5 am
a 6:10 pm
6 10 pm
Fast Chicago a 3:40 am
Local Sioux City..
...a k:lo pm
...a 7:60 am
Daylight Ht. Paul..
a t.uO am
Faat St. Paul
St. Paul Express...
lH-al Bloux City..
...a M S, pm
...a 6.6o pm
,..a 4.25 pm
...a 9:15 pm
...b 4:00 pm
Norfolk A Bonexteel....a 16 am
l.Wieoln A Long l'ine....b 9:05 am
Dead wood. Hot rjprtnga
and Ltiiroln a 2 M pm
Casper Wyoming Kx..d i:" pin
tiaftings. Buei'tor and
Albion t 9:50 pm
IbI Pari Sc.
1'ita fc't Mil
, . a 9 : a ni
.-a hi aaa
a I:ii5 pin
a i At
pill.WAl TIM B CARD Coallaaed.
irnla Express a 4:20 pm
lat a S:20
Portland - Chicago
a 6 30 pm
a 6:0 pm
a 7:8) am
a 3:4 am
a 3:40 am
. ir.nAaa h 4oft tvt M fl -is nm
Columbus Local b 9.-00 pm b 9:36 am
St. 1-ouls "Cannon Bell" '
Express a i.oo pm a i.su am
St. Louis Local, Coun
cil Bluffs a 1:15 am al0:30 pm
Chicago Great Western Ry. Co.
21 St. Paul A M:nne-
rnui or i . . 1 1 1 1 o - .
r.nll Mmll.il ' 1 I IS in
Kt. Dodge Kxpresa..a 7:so am
L,t. Dodge Expreea..a 3:25 pm
3t. Paul Minne
apolis Llmltej a 7:55 pm
Ft. Dodge Expreaa.. all:
Ft. Dodge Expreaa.. a 6:
Chlcaao, Mllwaakec V St.- Faal.
Chicago Daylight a 7:R5 am all :15 pm
Chicago Fast Exprees..a 6:45 pm a 3:10 pm
Overland Limited a 9:20 pm a 8:00 am
Dea Molnea Express.... a 7:66 am a 3:10 pm
t hleago, Rock Island PaclSe.
Chicago Daylight L't'd..a 8:66 am a l:K0 am
Chicago Daylight Local a 7:00 am a 9:36 pm
Chicago Expreaa bll:15 am a 6:35 pm
Dea Moines Express a 4:30 pm bll:50 am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:30 pm a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain L t d. a 7:30 am a 7:26 am
Lincoln, Colo. Spring,
Denver, Pueblo and
Weat a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Texas, California and
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:1S pro al2:40 pm
Mlaaoarl Pa elite.
St. Louis Express alo:oo am a v.za pm
K. C. & St. L. Express. .al0:50 pm a 6:16 am
BTRLINGTON STATION lOth Jt MASON.
Burlington A Mlaaoarl River.
Leave. Arrive. ',
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 3:55 pm
Chicago Veotlbuled Ex.. a 4:00 pm a 7:46 am
Chicago Local a 9:18 am all:00 pm
Chicago Limited a 3:05 am a 7:46 pm
Fast Mail 2:45 pm
, Burlington A Mlaaoarl River.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln ., a 9:50 am bl2:05 pm
Nebraska Express a 2:60 am a 7:45 pm
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 9:46 am
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Express all:W pm a 3:30 pm
Fiver a 8:30 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:57 pnv a 9:08 pm
Fort Crook and Platta- 1
mouth b 8:10 pm bl0:35 am
Bellevua & Pacific Jet.. a 7:i pm a ;27 am
Bellevuo & Fad llo Jet. .a 3:30 am
Kanaaa Cltj, St. Joseph A Coancll
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:15 am a 6:05 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:25 pm all:06 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:45 pm a 9:30 am
WEBSTER DEPOT 15TH A WEBSTER.
Nebraska I,o-al, via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:S5 am
C'hlcevgo, St. Pant, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger.... a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 8:00 pm a 11:20 am
Oakland LocaJ b 6:45 pm b 8:45 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, a Dally except Monday.
CITES BIG FIRMS TO APPEAR
Board of Review gammons Nnanber
of Baalnesa Meat to Com
Be for It.
The Board of Review and City Attorney'
Wright held a long conference yesterday
regarding the perplexities of the new
revenue law and the course ot procedure
that the board should follow along certain
inea In the event of a delayed supreme
court decision. Few conclualpna of a defi
nite character were reached. The attorney
adhere firmly to the opinion that the
Board of Equalisation may do much of the
work ordinarily devolving upon the Board
of Review, provided that the decision makes
changes and corrections of error necessary
In order to escape causing void assess
ments, it was agreed that the labors of
the Board of Review will cease on the
evening of December 14 in order to finish
within the '.Ime epectfled by law, and which
City Attorney Wright says must not be
The board proceeds to check over the
lists of large business houses and corpora
tions and thus far has decided to cite the
following to appear during the first two
days of next week:
V Voluntary Proposed
Adams II Kelly company. ,i 14, Outs
American Hand Sewed Shoe
company . 100,000
American Linseed Oil Co.. 20,045
Baum Iron company 40.0UO
Booth & Co 6.050
J. L. Brandela & Bona llO.mio
Kayden Broa 139,751
Allen Bros, company 143,500
Bvrne-Hammer Dry Goods
company 117,500 300,000
Chase A Co 1.S78 6,000
Aanonaceaacata of tha Theaters.
At the Orpheum matinee and evening per.
formances today will bring the week to a
close. The new bill for the following week
beginning matinee Sunday will be one of
the most varied yet. and embraces estab
lished entertainers, whose reputations make
a relish. Ooleman's dogs and cats will be
one of the salient numbers. Blanko, the
famous collie, la with the troupe. ' Another
out of the ordinary cards will be Max
Waldon, the famous female Impersonator.
Acrobatics and comeJy will be furnished by
the Savans. "The Fashion Plate Duo,"
Kelley and Vlolette, with new songs and
for the women in particular handsome new
creations from Paris will be worn by Miss
Vlolette. Herbert Lloyd will make his first
local appearance in take off a on vaudeville
and quits of his own, assisting hint will
be Lillian IJlyun. Russell, the Yiddish
soubrette, Fred Btuber, banjo virtuoso, and
kinodrome pictures complete the bill.
STAR B0ARDERJ30ES TO JAIL
Coaiteaaea to Abasing His Landlady
and Jadge Berks talekly Dla
poses of Hlaa,
"For six years that man has been hound
ing the life out of me," declared Mrs.
Margaret Frawley In police court. "He
has assaulted me repeatedly, but haa
beggel off and I have never' prosecuted
"What have you to aay to fbia charge?"
said tha judge, addressing himself to
Pete McAvoy, the culprit in the ease.
"It's all true, judge. I was drunk," said
Complaint filed by Mrs. Frawley, who
keeps boarders, alleged that McAvoy as
saulted her November 17, and that when
her little girl, Mamie, 13 years old. inter
fered, he aaaaulted the child. McAvoy was
formerly Mrs. Frsw ley's star boarder, but
has failed to twinkle with any marked de
gree of brilliancy for aeveral months. He
waa fined 936 and costs, in default of which
he was remanded to jail.
A. O. V. W. Fnaeral Hotter.
The members of North Omaha lodge No.
159 are requested to attend the funeral of
Brother Justus T. Petersen, from the resi
dence. 237 Charles street, Sunday at 8 p. m.
Interment I-aurel Hill cemetery. ' Sister
lodges and teama Invited.
D. C CALLAHAN. M. W.
V. M- U'CULLOVaUt XiecorJcr.
Illustrated from Drawings by the Author,
LOVE'S SUBMISSION. POEM . ,
- BOBBY . . ...
Illustrated from Drawings by M. Jean McLane
- THE SA'-ZADA TALES . . . . .
Illustrated from Drawings by Arthur Hemiko.
160 Pag'es 32
THE OLD SPELL. POEM . ft .
CHRISTMAS ON THE STAGE ....
' Illustrated from photographs.
AN EPISODE OF THE PALM ROOM. A STORY
Illustrated from Drawings by C. J. Taylor.
LUELLA'S LOVE STORY . . ....
Illustrated from Drawings by C. D. Hubbard.
THE WOUNDED. POEM ... ...
A PASTORAL PICTURE . . . . . ..
Illustrated from Drawings by Ernest Haskell.
NEW YORK: A CITY OF POWER . . .
HOLOMA. A STORY . . . . v .. . .
Illustrated from Drawings by Rollin Kir by.
Buy tKis superb
SIXTEEN FULL PAGES IN COLOR :
COVER DESIGNED BY. BLENDON
I ' I 11
GETS THE HUMOROUS BURGLAR
Defeetlve Heltfeld ecorea Kor4 oa
RvajalsltloB aaa Starla lar
Word has been received by Captain Dunn
ot the detective force that Detective Helt
feld secured the release of C. II. Ford, the
"humorous burglar," on a requisition from
the authorities at Argentine, Kan., and that
the officer la now In Kanaas City with his
prisoner. Mr. Heltfeld will look? up Ford's
Kansas City record, aald to be a long one,
before returning. He expects, however, to
be in Omaha Saturday night with his man.
GETS HIS WELL-EARNED REST
Hasbeaa Wk. Tklaks Ha Deserves
Vaeatlea Give Tweet y Days
"That woman waa meant for me," 'said
John T. Smith, who waa up before Judge
Berka on the charge of falling to support
Tea." chimed In Mr. Smith, "but that
doesn't mean that I have got to support
you In Idleness.
"I've had to go ont and wash for a liv
ing, judge," continued airs. Bmith, "U11
R. H. RlSSELL.
AS THE SHEPHERDS OF OLD
Reproduced from a Painting by Blendok Campbell.
GOING HOME. A STORY
Illustrated from photographs by the Author and others.
SINT NICLAAS IN HOLLAND. A STORY . .
AN OPTIMIST'S SONG. Charles Battell Loomis
THE YOUTH OF LADY CONSTANTLY
' --: i t r"
iuusr.rar.ca rrom urawings oy i. m. waossr.
A HOSTAGE TO FORTUNE. Arthur Stringer
Illustrated from Drawings by G. A. Shipley. p
THE EXPLOIT-OF PUAA NUL A STORY f u
Ethel Watts Mumford
from Drawings by Jay Hambridob.
THE OLD ATMOSPHERE. A STORY
Frances Newton Symmes
Illustrated from Drawings by Orsok Lowell.
THE GOD OF DOOGAN-DHUGANN.
A STORY Broughton Brandenburg
Illustrated from Drawings by H. WALL.
THY NAME AND TIME. POEM
Thomas Woods Stevens
THE QUEEN'S QUAIR. AN HISTORI
CAL NOVEL Maurice Hewlett
Illustrated from a drawing by Harry Townsend
IN MODERN DAYS. Poem A. Porter Rex
THE INTERFERENCE OF PATSY ANN
A STORY Paul Lawrence Dunbar
A PORTFOLIO OF THEATRICAL
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he lay around the house and smoked;
that's what I've had to do."
Smith was visibly shocked that his wife
should brand him as an Idler In open court
and protested that three months ago he
worked hard every day and thought he
had earned a rest. Judge Berka concluded
he had earned a rest of twenty days in
the county jail and sentenced him accord
ingly. WOMAN GETSA HEAVY FINE
Pleads GoUty to Hepreseatlaa; Her.
self as Widow Irrsrc
Mrs. Jane Lattlmer of Beaver Crossing
pleaded guilty to the aecond count In her
indictment In a pension fraud rase and
waa sentenced to pay a fine of $00 and
surfer a nominal Imprisonment for twenty
four hours. She was charged with wrong
fully lmpersonatlng.hertelf to be the widow
of a soldier and applying and securing a
pension thereby. It appear a that she had
been divorced from her husband some ten
years prior to his death, In 1W2 in Iowa,
but that she had lived with him as his
wife for some years prior to hie death,
not knowing that aha had ever been di
vorced from him. Her prosecution seems
to have bee" w aulsruwth of a family
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PUBLISHER, N. Y
INQUEST 0VERF0UR FIREMEN
iBTestlgalloa Will Be llen.au by
Coroner Rest Monday lato
Coroner Bralley announces that lie will
begin an Investigation Into the death of the
four firemen killed in the Allen Bros, fire
Thanksgiving morning, Monday next. Ha
has summoned eighty witnesses and baa
had a Jury impaneled since the morning of
the fire. More than the ordinary Interest,
It is said, will be manifested by the publio
In the conduct of this trhiulsltlon.
Health at feme II Cost.
A few doses of Dr. King's New Life Pills
will cleanse, tone and Invigorate the whole
system. Try them. Only 25c. For Sale by
Kuhn 4k Co.
Railway Notes mn4 Personals.
Oenerul Charlea F. Mandrraon. general
solh ltor for the 1). V M.. has gone to Chi
lli an on a business trip.
William Flslnley, traveling passenger
aa; -nt of the ttuuthern railway, with offices
In Kansas City, Is visaing his friends In
C K. Styles, assistant general paasenger
agent of the Missouri I'uirltlo with ht?ad-iuurtt-rs
In Kajifas City, was a caller at
tlia local ottlcea ot the company.
C. ('. Hushes, general superintendent of
the NehiMHka and Wyoming di talon of
the Norlhwf Ht-rii, will ut move his ol
tKes tu rtviful for tea uujs Jot oil ac
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count of the fittings for his new office
at that point not being In place.
The local offlcles of the Illinois Central
have notice of the appountment of J. Hun
ter Junes to be traveling passenger of that
line at Jackson, Miss: George B Saun
ders, assistant superintendent of hotel and
dining cur service, with headquarters In
ChicHKO, and W. L. Jones, assistant city
pasueiiKcr agent at Chicago.
W. U. Wheeler, who is well known to
almost every passenger man In Omaha hus
been apiiointed western passenger asent
of the I.erilKh Valley with headquarters
at Buffalo. N. Y. Mr. Wheeler was foi
merly northwestern passenger agent of tha
same' line in Chicago. His many Omaha
friends are much pleased to hear of his
Harry K. Moorcs, general local agent of
the passenger department of the Wulwsli,
states that his line has completed ar
rangements to put In alorage trucks Imme
diately at the entrance of the World's fair
grounds in St. I-ouls. These tracks are to
he used during the fair for the storage of
private and special curs, It la helleCeil
that a large number of special parties will
visit the fair who wilt wish to occitpy
their cars during the slay, and It la for
thia purpose that the trucks are being, put
Feel Your. Puls
If It beatg fast then alow skips tgta,
your heart la weak and should be treat
ed at ouce. Dr. Mliea' Ueart Cure Is
the heat end safest remedy. Sold ea guar
ante. Send for hook en the heart.
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