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TITR OMAHA DAILY HEE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1003.
rounder of Christian Endeavor Movtinent
AdJre ii the Local Eocietiev
ORGANIZE, VITALIZE AND EVANGELIZE
Tfcre Cardinal I'olnta traced
Watch. Word liy Which Work
May lie Saccrasfnljy
The little that Omaha Christian Endeavor
re saw of Rev. Francis E. Clark "father"
of the movement yesterday made them ap
preciate their Ions In the unfortunate cir
cumstance which Kept him from appear
ing at two of the Services planned. The J
First Congregational church was well filled
t 3 o'clock In the afternoon at the union
service for primary. Intermediate and ad
vance branches of the Young People's so
ciety' when President Chase of the Omaha
union offered the service. Vice President
J. L. Ottcrman of South Omaha lead In
"The watchword that I shall leave with
you when I go la said In Junt three words."
began Mr. Clark, "organise, vitalize, evan-v.
gellze! Is not almost everything In ChrH
tlan endeavor summed up In those words,
and If we strive earnestly to carry out
these commands will not the society pro
gress? Some people scoff at the work of
organization; will have nothing of It. But
I believe that the reason so much church
work does not go ahead Is that It U with
out organlxation. The difference between
man and the beasts Is largely In organiza
tion. It in the mark of superiority. I am
glad to hear that the Christian Endeavor
hosts are organized and making the best
use of that work, As a remilt 3.000 new
societies have been added In the United
States and many more In foreign lands.
If by organized effort we- may add 10 per
cent for, a few years we will soon double
our number. I hope we also will be doubled
In spiritual strength. Is It not a worthy
attempt to bring twice as many people to
the work of God? Striving unltoflly with
all the heart Is all organization moans. I
am glad to know that In Nebraska and your
neighboring states you have caught this
thought. With organization comes the go d
word that wo have been spiritually quick
ened. The very fact that we have got out
of the old rut gives ua power.
Vitalise All Societies.
"But how are we to vitalize? To vitalize
means to bring a touch of life Into your
society, no matter how little a society It
I, bring life to It. You first must vitalize
yourself and then bring 11 fo to the doad
members of your committees. Personal
life and personal contact give life.
"Evangelize! Have we thought as much
of that word as we should? Some soctetlei
there are which are content with a pleasant
meeting once a week and a little committee
work. Some boust that they have Ho as
sociate members, but that Is not a thing to
brag of. I am sure when you think of It
you will see It the recruiting ground for
work and If you don't work for It you will
loei tho battleground.
"Decision day has been set for the first
Sunday In February. . What could be bet
ter than to put forth your best efforts
among your friends before that day Jet
them know they should put themselves
right with God? I only want you to put
It before . your friends that they should
make a decision. There are a great many
ways In which you can help your friends.
Have you ever thought of tho many klndj
of societies we might' have? We have a
few conventional societies, but loyalty to
Christ and Ills churoh and devotion speak
for Him anH work for Christian life. In
Boston an office endeavor has bean or
ganized, in New York a hotel society, they
aro forming In prisons, on the rei; the
mothers meet to pray for those In the Junior
branch. You can assist In forming eocletloj
In country sohoolhoures. There is an In
finite number of societies to build up which
may appeal to one or another. They will
all work to the same end the glory of
Rev. Mr, Clark arrived In Omaha In the
morning with his daughter from Boston
and left In the afternoon for San Francisco
to sull for Australia.
flrt to the humble shepherds, and Himself
the child of an unknown maiden, yet who
In the majesty of her Joy exclaimed, 'My
ron doth magnify the Iord." end ro Beth
lehem cf Juden hHS become Immortalized.
A babe In swaddling clothes In Its nvdnt
and "Peace on earth and good will to men'
was flung out to the world from on hlsh
and the seal of divinity fonver on thlt
strange event, and now man Is glorified In
that thnugh Jesus, the Son of God. man
win elevated to be higher than the angels
when His ministry was (Inched and when
His grand career of redemption was so
tgnoinlnlously yet so gloriously ended."
rROMISK OK GOD TO ALL THE AUHfi.
Itev. Lather M. Kohns Preaches at
The sermon by Rev. Luther M. Kuhna
yesterday at the Kountse Mumorlul churoh
was from Daniel, lx:24. He salt) In part:
. "The promise of God to tho ages was that
which was lost to man should be restored
Into the linage of the Deity whtn the ful
fillment was set up. Sin was to be abro
gated and righteousness Installed. In the
Incarnation of Christ we see the expression
of God'a love to mankind. The message of
the angels told the shepherds that the
great event had occurred that' meant so
much to the world. Man could now be re
stored to favor. Moses had foretold this
when in his great leadership fie had ex
claimed, "One shall arise among you like
unto me.' David and his tuned lyre In
pxalms had sung of the Anointed, and
Isaiah In prophetic vision had seen this
day, Daniel had looked down the ages and
aw the enmjueror In the person of th3
humble Nazarene, and Malachl saw in tho
Setting sun of prophecy thct soon would tha
Bhlloh come, and thus was tho time cf
preparation laid out and in duo time Jesus
canto to earth, and His coming was cele
brated by the angels, who sang of it In
the heaveiiB while His star In the east ltd
the wisest of the wise to lend their tribute
of praise to the mighty Redeemer, revealed
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MYSTERIES OK THE ICAnATIOS.
Immortal Problem Furnishes Test for
Her. II. C. Herring.
"The word was made flesh and dwelt
From this text Itev. Hubert C. Herring,
pantnr of the First Congregational church,
Fpoke to a large congregation 3tinday at
the- morning service. Mr. Herring ex
pounded the mysteries surrounding the In
carnntlon of the Christ, saying In part:
"The text contains the facts out of which
ChrlRtmas spring. Without thnt text
Christmas would he meaningless; but 'the
word was made flesh' Chrlt was born at
Rothlchem and wo have Christmas, the
most sacred, the most important anniver
sary the world celebrates. The mystery of
the birth of Christ has Involved the cca
turies. What do we mean when we say
God was man?
"Humanity has sought to solve the mys
tery through all the, nges since that first
bright Christmas morning, nut the church
was not satisfied and at a worldwide con
ference said: 'Jesus bears upon Him the
mark of dlety," condemned all other the
ories and accepted Him as the Incarnate
God. It did this not to be unreasonable
for who shall say what is unreasonable in
that realm where reason cannot go. It
also said that that 'Incarnation ought to be
true even If It Is not true.'
"Since that first Christmas there have
sprung up many false theories. But Tan
theism and Polytheism were too vague for
a thelst and only In His Incarnation la Ho
the real God the word and the fieh. He
Journeyed from heaven to earth to bring
Its blessings down He Journeyed back from
earth to heaven to take Its sins above.
"The cradle of Bethlehem marks the
parting cf the centuries and we lo well
to reckon our time from this event of all
earthly events, the beginning of the closer
union of God with man."
SIN BRINGS INEVITABLE BESILTS.
Dr. E, Corable Smith Tells of Boom
erang; of Evil.
'The Boomerang of Sin" was the sub
ject chosen by Rev. Dr. E. Comble Smith
for his address at tho Kountze Memorial
church yesterday afternoon, under the
auspices of the, Young Men's Christian association.
"Mankind can sin In two ways," said
Dr. Smith, "first by unbelief, and, second,
by actual transgression. There is a gen
eral disposition on the part' of a certain
element of mankind to make a substitute
for God. They will not permit God to rule
In their lives They permit their souls and
their better .natures to be dwarfed. The
sun Is not more necessary to the rose than
Is God to the soul of mankind. Without
Him we cannot make that progress of
which the soul Is capable, since it Is de
prived of its light and power.
'No man can sin without hurting his
own soul, and he may not deny his God
without suffering the consequences In his
own nature. Ruskln was wont to tell those
with whom ' he conversed and those to
whom he wrote that the Instant an artist
permitted sin to come into his life, that
instant It began to show in his work. In
mates of Jails, with rare exceptions, never
have beautiful countenances. Some of
them appear shrewd enough, but theyjievar
occui lu piiBBess inai man or nigh intelli
gence or that attitude which bespeaks one
who Is right at heart. The reason for this
is to be( found in the fact that there Is no
God in the heart of this class of peoDle.
There Is a God waiting to bless them, as
well as others, but they have given Him
no opportunity to come Into their lives, and
therefore He cannot show Himself through
MISICAL PROUHAM AT CALVARY.
Special Exercises' Precede Sermon by
Rev. Thomas Anderson.
A musical Droeram wn. rAnoro , c.i.
vary Baptist church vcatrHm rnronnn
The Christmas musical program was post
pones Mrs. u. w. Noble and Mrs. Arthur
Sheets rendered solos and Miss Paulson
was at the piano. H. A. Pryor was organ
ic, uunng the choruses Miss Olive Car
penter, Miss Caroline Conklin and Mr. Carl
Faulson played violin accompaniments. The
regular chorus of the church was aug
mented by the addition of Mr. Lansing.
Mr. Robert Lansing, Dr. Cummlngs, Mrs!
Carson and Miss Plcard.
Rev. Thomas Anderson spoke from the
text. "Great is the mystery of Godliness.
God was manifest In the flesh."
"The creation of the world did not lnsplra
such melody as that event which occurred
2.000 years ago." said the minister. "Song
In the truest, ilchest meaning of the term,
ia a child of Christianity. Heathenism has
no music worthy of the name. Among the
ancient Greeks and Romans no such 'thing
as musk as we know It, was known. It
was Christianity which opened to the world
tho floodgates of song. The coming of
Christ to the world filled the earth with
"There Is a manifestation of Qod in the
onward movement of history and there Is
a manifestation of God In man Just be
cause he Is a man. These are not the mani
festations to which our text refers or which
we see as Christiana. Jesus is. heavens
answer for that yearning through the ages
for a God that man could see, and feel, and
touch, and love."
In conclusion Rev. Mr. Anderson related
Tolstoi's beautiful story of "Martin the
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ELEVATOR MAN EXPLAINS SITUATION
Heretofore State Shippers Employed
tirades of Minnesota or Kansas
Which Worked Against
"One of the most Important features of
the proposed Omaha grain market," said
one of the Omaha elevator men yesterday,
"Is the fact that for tne first time in his
tory grain will go from this state under
Nebraska grades. Heretofore, while we
sent considerable wheat and oats to Chi
cago, the name of Nebraska has been iffl
clally unknown to the dealers and we have
been forced to masquerade under the grad-s
established by Minnesota or Kansas,
usually, or those of some other state, less
"Tho Nebraska Grain Dealers' association
took this matter up some time ago, but as
this association does not deal in grain col
lectively It could not make the establish
ment of a Nebrnskn grade a complete suc
cess. After the state Inspection law was
declared Inoperative the people of the state
had nothing to guide them In the way of
regular Inspection, and the result was the
grain raised In Nebraska was r.ever In
spected until It reached either Minneapolis
or Chlcsgo. This worked a hardship in
the country grain dealer, who had to de
pend entirely upon his own Judgment for
Week before he knew whether he was
buying the grade that he believed he was.
At present, after the opening of the buying
sensoA. the dealer will purchase on his
Judgment and us a result prices are not
settled, 3ne deader offering a little more
than another only to find that he had lost
money by the deal. After the first return t
have been received, business settles to a
normal basis with steady prices and little
variation between the dealers as they have
learned the grade of the grain.
Lessens the I'nrertalnty.
"With an Omaha delivery for grain the
dealer In Nebraska will have not more than
a week of uncertainty, as he can thlp to
advantage In smaller lots and get returns
much quicker. As a result the period of
blind speculation will be shortened, and
within a short time a standard tor Ne
braska grades will be established which
will be recognized throughout the grain
The Nebraska association has inspectors
at Lincoln and Rulo who pass upon the
grade of grain. Bold at those points and, If
the Omaha exchange were not to be es
tablished, inspectors probably would be sta
tioned at other points this year. With the
opening of the Omaha exchange, however,
there will be an Omaha Inspection which
will take the place of the local inspection.
It will be under the control of the ex
change and Its success rests with that
MESSIAH AT KOUNTZE CHURCH
Pleasing Musical Program Is Ren
dered to a Large and Respon
While It Is scarcely within the scope of
the critic to act in a professional capacity
at a church service on a Sunday night, yet
the music at the Kountxe Memorial church
last night deserves especial notice at this
time, from a musical standpoint.
Unlike the production at the First Meth
odist church of the same work, "The Mes
siah," by George Frederick Handel, this
was distinctly a church service. The solo
lsts were not In evening dress, but In the
choir vestments, and there was no apj
plause, because the surroundings suggested
a regular church service.
The choir deserves especial commenda
tion for the quiet, professional manner In
which It entered the choir gallery and plat
fqrm one of those little things which per
hapa the average auditor does not notice
and yet when It Is absent lta absence is
The women of the church were all dressed
In plain but beautiful choir gowns, with
white linen collars, and the men were In
churchly garb, though not gowned.
Mr. Harnlech. at the organ, and Mr. Bofk
at tho piano did some very satisfactory
"team" work, notwithstanding the neces
sary distance from each other.
Readers of The .Bee will doubtless feel In
clined to make some comparison between
what Is said about last night's program,
under Mr. E. D. Keck, and the program
presented Inst week under Mr. Ben Stanley.
But there Is an essential difference. The
former was announced as a presentation of
the oratorio of "The Messiah." soloists out-'
side of the regular choir and engaged spe
cially for the occasion, were heard In the
solo parts, and while the announcement
was made that It was not a concert, but a
church service, and Mr. Stanley waved
down the first applause, yet the facts re
main that Mr. Stanley made his bow In
concert attire, the vestments of the church
choir were not worn apd applause was tol
erated the rest of the evening.
Last night's program was announced as
the regular evening service of rfhe church,
devoted, however, to the -presentation of
"Selections from the Messiah," ond two of
the regulsr soloists of the Kountse Memo
rial church were the only ones who sang
solo parts. As an interesting musical serv
ice In a downtown church this program
must be looked upon, and not as a concert
production of an oratorio.
Miss Edith Foley, who undertook the dif
ficult soprano portions of the work. Is a
young woman who has a very pleasing per
sonality, a pretty voice of good quality and
a bright mind. Her singing of the reclta
five numbers lacks in breadth and
grandeur. without which a recitative
of Handel is not complete, but Miss
Foley Is young and the singing of such Im
portant musl comes with experience and
maturity. Her work In the "Rejoice
Greatly" was more interesting, her execu
tion being rlein. her enunciation distinct,
her creseendo snd forte nase-e being se
rum and sclld for a voice which Is rather
lyric than drnt'e. '
Ml?s Telle Rele the contnlto so'oUt.
hss s vrrv rood volep of real contralto
cualltv, snd e Miss Tteed' wrttM sine
be- eiidlere lreTd of rofpsr hrrsel'
t!re!" to bee coi. s wo'Od be vastl"
"nr Interest'". Ph slnirs lle a Ti-rsn
hn n,t he psrt throuirMv and sb
ss b sHcs: e m rvit n-ntoHo slnrer.
hee sty' btec wH suited to ieh work.
Th rlinn' wo-k well balmred. In
telligently done . and It showed thorough
drilling. The bass section was esieelally
solid and the soprano section wns marked
by a very pleasing quality of tone, though
all the singers did their work well.
Mr. E. D. Keck most assuredly deserves
the praise which the large audience ac
corded him, In the comments heard on
every hand, and had the time and place
been appropriate for applause it would
have been cheerfully yielded by generous
Mr. Keck hn drtrte a gooel work and be
has done It well. His conducting was
marked with Certainty and force, and bis
singers gave him loyal attention. It was a
good thing for the cause cf music gener
ally and to the energetic choirmaster must
be accorded unstinted praise.
DOES NOT LIKE; SUNDAY TRAVEL
Rev. Francis E. t'lark Most Violate
Ills Dm Sernples to C'atchg
"I have a decided sentiment against Sun
day travel," said Rev. Frances E. Clark,
during his short stop in Omaha yesterday,
when he addressed the Endeavor union In
the First Congregational church. "I had
expected to spend the day In your city,
holding three services, but unfortunate cir
cumstances kept my daughter and myself
on the road Hourly all day, so that I
feared we should not arrive at all. We
we-e bound in the snow east of Chicago,
and kept losing time all the way west.
Here we found that a 1 change In tlmo
would make It necessary for us to leave
at 4:20 (he arrived only at 2:40 o'clock), In
order to make connection with our
"We are going to rpend seven months
abrwad going from San Francisco, where
we make the only other stop than Omaha
on our Journey. We will meet with the
Endeavorers of Honolulu, of Samoa and
of New Zealand and Australia. We also
will see again Great Britain and Sweden
before our return.
"The tour Is for evangelization, to visit
the societies already formed and we have
some of the strongest In New Zealand and
Australia and to hold meetings and form
new societies wherever the seed takes root.
I have with me three flags, which I shall
carry wherever we go. First, there is a
little American flag, which I cannot be
without abroad. It ia a poor little flag,
but of interest, for it was the first hoisted
over our Philippine possessions. Qiaplaln
Steele of tho navy gave it to me. A cox
swain Inthe boat which carried the Amer
ican officers to raise the flag, climbed upon
the woll and had the little ensign flying
before the larger banner. Then there Is a
flag from eastern Bengal, given me In the
English Baptist mission there. It Is from
many societies, and Is Inscribed with the
three tablets and Bengali Inscriptions. I
have also a triangular Chinese flag from
the Peking Endeavorers. It has lotus flow
ers In place of the dragon representing
Christianity, which has risen through per
secution like the flower grows on the filth
of the canals. Hundreds of these Chinese
Endeavorers gave their lives in the Boxer,
uprising, and a score at least of American
missionaries. Many people there are who
will not even trouble to go to meetings,
but when they see this flag I think they
will be ashamed to make such paltry excuses."
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FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Promise of Fnlr Mondny and Tues
day in Nebraska and
WASHINGTON Dee. 27.-Forecast:
For Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas,
Oklahoma Fair Monday and Tuesday.
For Iowa Fair Monday, warmer In north
portion; Tuesday, fair.
For Missouri Fair Monday and Tuesday.
For Illinois Fair Monday, colder In south
portion; Tuesday, . fair and warmer; fresh
northwest winds, becoming variable.
For Colorado, Wyoming and Montana
Fair Monday and, Tuesday.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Dec. Ti. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponulng day of the last three
1903. 1S02. ltol. 1900.
Maximum temperature... 44 3) 40 37
Minimum temperature.... 33 6 30 19
Mean temperature 38 1 4 35 I'S
Precipitation 0 .0 .0 T
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day since March 1.
Normal temperature 19
Kxcess for the day 19
Total excess slne-e March 1, 1903 42
jsoi ,nul precipitation 03 inch
Deficiency tor the day .03 inch
Total rainfall since March 1... .33.24 Inches
Ex reus since March 1, 1903 2. IS Inches
Ienclency for cor. period, 1902... .48 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901... 6.00 Inches
Report from Stations at T V. M.
CONDITION OF TUB ' " i I
WEATHER. : 5 : " S"
: 3 : a
: : S :
: ; 3 :
North Platte, clear
Salt Luke City, clear
Rapid City, clear.. 4
Huron, part cloudy
St. Louis, cloudy
St. Paul, clear
Kansas City, clear
Havre, clear... ,
S3 441 .00
3t 44 1 .00
38 6i I .00
34 4JI .00
26 J2 .00
34 4V .ui
241 32 .00
14 34 1 T
42 4N! .00
20 M T
42 60 . 00
40l 413 .)
H 44) .01)
241 tH 00
641 U .00
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
. L, A. WELSH, Forecaster.
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The b:er with an honest bae'einj quality.
. Has no equal in this or any old country'
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SAYS SENATOR HANNA IS IN EARNEST
Former First Assistant Postmaster
tienerat Talks of Postal Depart
ment Complications Norr
Perry 8. Heath was In tho city yesterday
on his way home from Iulsvllle, Ky.,
where the peop'e of Mrs. Heath, who ac
companied him, reside.
In spe iking of affairs In general, Mr.
"I do not Intend to be a very active
factor In the next campaign. It Is my In
tention to attend to my newspaper and In
vestments which I have In Utah.
"I feel somewhat injured by the attempts
made to I lcntlty me with and make me re
sponsible for some of the abuses In the
postal service and also some abuses in
connection with the Spanish-American war.
When the Postoffice department was called
upon to Improvise nn extensive service
In Torto lllco, Unwell and the Philippines,
for which no provision was made by con
gress, to meet the emergency call for men
und mall facilities, many things had to be
done not strictly 'In conformity with law,
or the rules laid down. One was to dis
tribute among various postofFtces of the
country the burden of carrying the new
contingent on the payrolls, because these
men could not lie charged to .the depart
ment at Washington, which was limited
by act of congress to a specific number of
employes, drawing speclllc salaries. Thus
It came about that Mr. Lewis, the supply
agent, was on the payroll at Kansas City,
although he was actually employed at
Washington. Lewis had been previously
employed In the bureau of printing and en
graving nnd was a man of tried and ap
Kays llnnna Is In Earnest.
"Regarding politics," said Mr. Heath,
"Mr. Ilanna was In earnest when he de
clined to allow his name to be used as a
candidate for the presidency nnd posi
tively refused to become manager for an
other national campaign. Jlr. Hanua is
along In years and fears he could not stand
the strain which would be Imposed upon
him as president, or as presidential candi
date. Neither does he feel physically able
to act as chairman ot 'the national repub
Regarding the Nebraska postal trouble
Mr. Heath said:
"In the multitude of my duties as first
assistant postmaster general my memory
Is not quite clear regarding the details ot
the Hastings postoffice lease, as there Wero
hundreds of other leases over which more
or less contention arose in the depart
ment. I do not, however, believe that any
criminal neglect or recklesB ' expenditure
of the public money will be developed in
the Impending trials."
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Tuesday night and Wednesday matinee nnd
night. This drama has gained a numerous
following in the popular price theaters the
past two season. It contains a strong
and well developed plot, the climaxes are
all striking and cleverly arranged and the
scenic Investiture is unusually elaborate.
Tho characters in the drama require act
ing of high order and the company is said
to be one of unusual strength.
The repertoire of the Grau Opera com
pany for Us engagement at the Krug is as
follows: Thursday night and Friday mat-
Jtiee, "The Wliard of the Nile;" Friday
night and Saturday matinee, "El Capltan;"
Saturday night, "Isle of Champagne."
Seats are now on sale.
RAILROAD HOLIDAY RATES
In all directions via
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE,"
December 24-25-31. Good till January 4.
"Only DouVle-track Line to Chicago."
City Offices, 1401-1403 Farnam Et.
THE DOUGLAS COUNTY RETAIL
DRUGGISTS' ASSOCIATION under the
tender guidance of the National associa
tion, are not satisfied with intimidating the
wholesale druggists into causing them to
refuse to till our - orders for PATENT
MEDICINES, but have since made their
embargo apply to EVERY SINGLE THING
WHICH WE USE TO CONDUCT OVU
KUBINESS. They (the retail druggists and
their Jobber friends! doubtless think they
have us WHERE THEY WANT US, but If
they don't drop this whole light like a hot
potato In less than a week, we will admit
we are LICKED FOR THE FIRST TIME
BY AN OMAHA DRUG TRUST.
Now you out-of-town people, don't waste
your good money bv ordering any thing
from any DRUG CATALOGUE, cause they
are ALL BACK NUMBERS; Just send us a
list of goods wanted and let ns quote yon
OUR prices guaranteed e PER BOTTLE
IXIWEft THAN ANY OTHER DRUG
STORE IN NEBRASKA.
Watch the aght next week more fun!
E. T. YATE3. Proo..
ISth and Chlcigo Sts., Omaha. 'Phonos
T47 and 797. 24th and N Sts.. South Omaha.
'Phone No. 1. Ail goods dfltvered any p'.ac
Charges Less Than all Others
Treats all forms of Diseases of
Twenty-eight years' experience
tighteen C3rs In Oman
The doctor's remarkable success lias
never been equaled. 11 in renujrces und
Uclhtles for treating this cuts ot diseases
are unlimited and every day wrings many
Hattering report of the good be 1 doieijc,
or the relief be has gi"sn.
HOT SPRINGS TREATMENT fOR
All Blood PtJsods. No MIfttiAK10 OUT '
n 1 ha skin or face and all external sigiti
of the dtea disappear at oncw A per- I
manent cure fr life guaranteed.
IfiDirnrfr I F Cures guaranteed la,
InltltUiLU. j.fcjj THAN I DAY.
kJF4f) tf fid A cases cured of Hydrocele,
lLK JU,UUV eineture, Gi,t. Nervous
IebUity, Le cf Strength and Vitality
nd al: farms ol chronic diseasw
Treatment by malL Call or wi.te. Box
let. Olfica OS South ltth St.. Omaha. Neb.
if if IE
THE RELIABLE STORE.
I IU III VUIIIU1 J upuuiuio
In order to rvduro our slock before taking inventory we will
offer extraordinary bargains from nearly every department. lo
not fail to take advantage of these, sales, for the Having possibili
ties are exceptional.
Coupons Free With Every Purehaae
21 rounds Pure Cane Granulated Sug.r.$1.00
10 bars best Laundry Soap White Kus
!hii, Diamond C. Ucat 'Em All,
Swift's Prldo or Armour s for 2jC
White or Yellow Cornmeal, large sacks. lL'V
10-pound sacks Pure Uruhain Flour....
10-pound sacks Pure Kuckwheat hiloiir ;tftc
6 pounds hand Picked Navy He-ana for 19c
t pounds good japan Hioe liir
6 pounds Tapioca, Harley, Sago or
I arlna l!c
7 pounds Uroukfont Rolled Oats l!c
Force, Vigor, Vim. Malta-Vita, Egg-
O-See, etc., per package fic
1-pound package Self-ltuiRing Pun
cake Flour 7Vc
Fruit I'uddlne, Jellycon. Jcll-O or
.iiifi,iK-,i,ll, i IUCKilgC DC
Quart cans Table Syrup "Kc
1 snllxn ........ a .'T-
wmr. lauitr Dyruii ioe
1- pound package Imported Macaroni... TV.c
2- pound cuns Early June Peas "c
OH or Mustard 8ardones, per can.... 4c
1-pound can Fancy Aliinka Salmon.... Bel-pound
package Corn Starch '4c
lltlll.1 It l.1 1. .B.w...J
Large Italian Prunes, per pound Be
Fancy French Hluck Prunes, per pound 7c
Choke California Peaches, per pound.. 7',c
hHiicy Mulr Peaches. er pound e,c
Moor Park Apricots, pe-r pound pic
rniie-jr new 1 OIK ApplCH, pT pOUIld... C
fhnirA 1'luDtiu.f , ..-...,... . j ,
fancy ostiza Cleaned Currants, per
IJ.HNU , t OC
Fancy Seeded KalHln?, per package.!!. He
FIIKMI 1K11T SPECIALS.
Fancy Sweet Oranges, each lc
v.,iiuornia j-ioney, per ruck 12'4c
Large, Juicy Lemons, each lc
Jrexli Koamed Peunuts, per measure.. 3c
rsew lilee Popcorn, per pound SUc
TEAS AU COFFEES.
New lmntrl:il Ton h-i..i. .
buc llHHket Fired Jupan Teas ssc
New Tea SlitiiiKs. emly '. iHj.,.
Ceylon, Juva and Mocha Coffee, pound.l7v.c
. ........ ",,u iwena, per pouua. .Z.VaO
Good Drink Cortee j3c
Received yesterday, a shipment of China
Novelties they ought to have been here
a month ago-regular 60c, 75c and m
11.00 values your choice each IUC
MVB4 R, O Taawa auiec.r cai.
F,a CTO M N:rV-.-lir '! ret.ltili ui ""
W V J tm, uiiliuu, aril. mw t.
iMaf A IB Married uir-n ia Diru lulftnaiiiM
tu nr-y uu,l ivn boi; ftMouiMiiug r-uiu;
ioi.U iMk i.'Mi niij k - wvar icnuat. SUtual
aertuaii McCoonUt Vrat Co., Omaha.
Commencing Mondny morning we Inaugu
rate the gveiiti-xt clearing sole of Silks tin
city has ever known. Space forbid men
tion of tlie thousand and ono bargains. A
75c nnd 60c Fancy Silks 1C
rx)c and 03c Plain Silks nr.
$1.00 Fancy Waint Silk Oft.
$:.0iBnd $1.50 Fancy Silk 78C
$1.50 nnd $1.S Llaek Taffeta "f
27-Inch f 5C
$.'.00 yard wide IJlack I ffl
$1.50. 11.26, $1.00 Fancy ilfl
Velvet 4U C
$3 60 Piano Scarfs t If
Mr , 1.75
$'J.0O Silk Sofa Pillow f frt
50c Laundry Bags IE
I0c All Silk Ribbons
15c All Silk Ribbons H.
for I 4C
7c All Silk Ribbons Q i
9c All Silk Ribbons j i
Cloaks and Furs
The time hr.s arrived when Clunks, Suits,
1'iirs, Murtu ana wiuats are rnid nt li:ii
price or less. The KW-ontnC rerl.ictioTi'
we ure making In the-HO lines .f hoods
te a surprise to all. Our stock l Immenau
ond we must reduce before our Inventory,
so will sacrifice the poods In order to at
taiin this end. I)o not fall to come In ami
examine our offerings. This is the chance
of a lifetime.
DO YOU NEED HELP?
The time to secure the services of a doctor Is when you realise you
violated nature's law and that your health Is worth a hoorlc effort to re
uon i wait until you are forced to pay
the penalty. Neglect on your part sim
ply entices complications and permits
the disease to become more, deeply
seated, necessitating a more expensive
course ef treatment. Why JmpoiUiru
your future health und happiness by
deferring treatment and neglecting a
duty you owe to yourself, and especi
ally to the future generations?
If you are ailing, come to our office
and consult me prtvutely. We have
cured quickly, safely and thoroughly
hundreds of cases which have been
abandoned by other physlcluns and so
called experts: cases which have been
aggravated and made wewse by EX
PERIMENTAL TREATMENT and
QUICK CURE SCHEMES. We cure
these difficulties after all others have
failed, because we know exactly how
to go about It, and what Is required
to do the work In each Individual
case, hence we are not obliged to re
sort to experiments.
Years of practical experience, thou
sands of dollars spent In reuearches
and an Immense lira ct Ice have en
abed us io evolve a system of treat
ment that has revolutionised the medi
cal world In the treatment and euro of
Stricture, Varicocele, Nervo-Sexual Debility, Emissions,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal, Kidney
and Urinary Diseases, ; ,
and all diseases and weaknesses dua to evil habits, excesses or the result of
Our object Is not so much to do the work thnt other doctors can do. but
rnther to do that which they cannot accomplish. The greatest difficulty we ex-
fierlence Is In treating patients who have been lmprtiperly treated before) coni
ng to us.
fflNSI'l TATIflN FDFP If yu innot call, write for symptom blank. O.Tlca
WUllUfulHIIUll rKLl. Hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundnys, 10 to 1 only.
I WILL CURE YOU
I JOS Parnam St ,
Bet. I Sch anel 14th Sts.
The Bee Bui
U conducted for the well boins nud com
fort of its tenant. . It is constantly un
der the watchful care of ail ublo super
intendent. If you waut nn olllce in u
building where tilings ore done before
it is necessary to complain one that U
kept constantly in repnlr-you Uuow
where to move.
SUITE iJJ This sulla of cfllces conslits
of a waning room and a luge piivuto
office. It laces the broad corridor uround
tlie beautiful court of the bulletin and lias
a north light, which is so munlu aft.r by
denUtfls and phymciuns. Hie pilvule olllc
m k n, i i,l,..l if dttlrcd. to arci ra dit
two profeBsioiiul men, initeail of n-- t
llentai pi ice per niomo 7-..
ROOM 300 Thl oflice Is Immediately la I
from cf Hie elevator a id in fen linmedl- f
Btely on steppli'g oui en nm vwi.
It Is a large, liumlsome olliee, faces Hie
south und ia considered one of Uio most
eie.li able offlcea in tlie oullding. A private
oflice will be partitioned to tult ton te:i
ant if desired. '1 his ollloe will be vacme-d
fir x.-cupancy January 1st. J'rlce per
4L1TR 306 This Is the nly lorgn suite
In the builillng vacant. It lares 1- arm. in
etrett and Is an hands me a hu! e as t e
Is In ttia building. The sulio con-lm of
a waiting room and two private office,
fo tiiat it would bu admirably tu t d ' ,r
two profersional men There in a lari;
burglur-prouf va ill. This is a mon l.- r
able cult of eflio s in every retp.ct. Henti!
i.Us per month $!O.H )
t. C. PETER! A CO., Mental Asent.
Tb Bee H.illdlPlt
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