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THK OttAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER, 9, 1003.
We soil good furniture cheaper than any
other house in Omaha. Let us figure with
you. "We don't charge installment store
Our bew Bugs and Carpets are the best we
have ever shown all the popular grades,
new designs and colors. "We make rugs to
WE SELL ON EASY PAYMENTS
Wc , Furnish 3 Rooms
$25.00 Worth, $1.00 per Week
$100 Worth, $2.00 per Week
Omaha Furniture & Carpet Go.
1109-121 1-1213 mm STREET.
MILLARD IS NONCOMMITTAL
Declines te Bay Emphatloally What He
Will Dt on Railway Legiilatien.
HOPES TOR BILL TO TLEASE PRESIDENT
Austria, flowerer, that Published Bp
port. Ho is Opposed to Roose
velt's Ideas Are Not
Senator Millard was shown a telegram
from Sioux City, printed In a BU Paul
paper, which" draws the conclusion that he
Is opposed to the president's plans for
railway rate legislation, because, he said,
when he was asked if ha would favor a
bill embracing substantially the president's
"I do not want to be Interviewed on the
matter at this time. I am a member of
the Interstate commerce committee of the
The Tax that None
f State taxes may bay
-, iworn off, but the tax
leviei by the railroads on
everything you eat, wear or
use, cannot be dodged, evad-
,ed or e.capji. Sash Is the
power of the railroad rate
makers, aedescribed in Ray
StannardB Iter's firt pa per
of "Railroads on Trial" in
Novemoep . McClure'a.
Ten cents on - all news
, btands. .. .
8. 8. McCLURF, COMPANT
44-60 Rust d Street
senate, which Is called to meet November
21 to consider the question of railway
rates as suggested by the president, and
to try to prepare a bill which we hope
will meet with the approval of President
Roosevelt and of congress. It Is en
tirely out of place for me to say now
what I would do regarding a bill that has
not been prepared nor considered by the
Declines Making: Statement.
The senator read over the statement
that "Senator Millard has long been a
railroad sympathizer, whose utterances
left no room to doubt that he win oppose
the president's plan to the utmost."
"I fen't care to make any statement,"
said he, "except to say that - the state
ment that I am opposed to the president's
ideas is Incorrect. Personally I am hoping
very much that we can frame a bill which
will meet with his entire approval."
In an attempt to poll the senators of
Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska a Sioux
City paper ascertained that Senators Al
lison, Dolllver, Burkctt and Gamble do
not hesitate to place themselves on record
as favorable to the president's promised
legislation, but that Senators Millard and
Klttrcdge decline to express themselves
NEW WAGONS FOR POLICE
Department Standi ia Immediate Need of
"HURRY BUGGIES" H. Vt BOTH WORN OUT
Special Sale of
One Week Only
We are obliged to make
room for our holiday stock
arriving daily, and are com
pelled to sell over one hun
dred instruments regardless
of cost. ,
Price Reductions $50 to 5100
Steinway, Steger, . Emer
son, Hardman, A. B. Chase,
MePhail, Kurtzman, Steck
and twenty other leading
makes to select from.
Heavy Cut Prices on Used Uprights
'Kbony" Upright $65
ohmer, . fine ' CI CI C
"Schiller," nearly '
"Mueller." fine , "
Ko. 1 stands Iselesa In Stable and
No. a Is Almost Ready to Fall to
Pieces as It Rattles Alone
A rumor reached the police station last
night to the effect that an Influence was
to be brought to bear on the Board of Fire
and Police Commissioners against the pur
AFTERMATH OF LOCAL FRA
Various Explanatieni from the Moulin of
the Vanquished. -
CONGRATULATIONS PIUR IN ON VICTORS
Interesting Banc of no. alp tiathered
I p in the Old Gray Dawn
of the Morning
Expressions hy politicians anent the re
sult of the county election all lean to the
view that the republican party Is stronger
in Douglas county than It hss ever been
before. CoUntv Treasurer Fink gsv It as
his opinion that the election of the full
ticket nominated at the primary Indicate,
from this time forward all the republicans
will have to do, sfter strengthening the
prlmsry law In a few spots shown to be
weak, will be to nominate good men,
"The voters are with us even mnro
strongly than the present result Indicates,"
said Mr. Fink, "and when all of the elec
torate becomes familiar with the voting ma
chines I do not believe the opposition will
have any license to win In this county.
This election, to my mind, presages a clean
sweep In the spring.'.'
"Don't quote me by name and I'll tell
you what did most to do us all up." said
one of the defeated candidates on the
democratic ticket. "It was the complete
throw-down we got from the democrntic
paper here, to which we had a right to
look for whole-hearted support. Mr. Hitch
cock was so set on getting even with Fink
for not giving him that scavenger adver
tising that he would not do a thing except
to hammer Fink and boost Fleming, and
his very apparent personal vlndlctlvencm
hurt Fleming more than It helped him.
Several of us had campaign matter prepared
and asked the World-Herald to print it for
us, but were refused space because Hitch
cock had lines out with some of our repub
lican opponents and really wanted thehi
elected. If the democrats had a newspaper
here in Omaha that would go to the front
for them and take advantage of the ene ny'-s
weak points we would make a good deal
better showing and occasionally come
within sight of the flesh pots."
"The democrats themselves did a good
deal to help along the republican land
chase of two new patrol wagtms. This j glide In this county," said one of the demo
called forth a general discussion of the
needs in that direction. The drivers and
cratlc committeemen. "We made a tactical
blunder in not having men on every point
patrol conductors, and in fact all the offl- of the firing line. We didn't have a nominee
NEW PAST0RIS INSTALLED
Rev.McBrlde Given Formal Charge of
Congregation at I'nlted Pres
Rev. R. B. A. Mc Bride was formally
Installed last night as pastor of the Cen
tral United Presbyterian church. Not
only Mr. MeBrlde's congregation was
present, but many members of other
churches were there.
Rev. C. M. K.tchle of North Bend pre
sided and preuched a brief sermon on
the text, "He that wlnneth souls Is
wise." He propounded the usual formal
questions, by the answers to which the
pastor took his vows. Then the congre
gation took Its vows to support him.
Rev. D. R. Turnbull delivered the charge
to the pastor, taking for . his subject,
"The Pastorate; Its Responsibilities and
Rewards." The charge to the people was
delivered by Rev. . Andrew Renwick of
the United Presbyterian church of South
Omaha. In speaking of "Heavenly Treas
ures in Earthen Vessels," he called at
tention to the fact that the pastor is
only a man and needs all sympathy and
help from his people. After the cere
monies the good hand of fellowship was
extended by the members of the congregation.
clals agreed that to continue using the old
wagons is a very serious matter. The fol
lowing statements are quoted from the re
marks of all:
"Unlike wagons used for any other pur
pose, it will not do to let these run until
they break down. If a dray or an ex
press wagon breaks down. It is seldom
( Imeiy taai mere win ire nu? , n.uo
up for county superintendent, nor any one
nominated for Justice of the peace or con
stable, and we handed the school board over
to the republicans without a contest. We
ought to have made nominations for everv
place on the ticket and' in that way gotten
more people interested. Every candidate
has a few friends he can bring out and they
all help. We started out lame and got left
at the post."
sequences; but It ts anotner matter wnen
a wheel collapses on the police patrol
wagon. These breaks always occur under
a strain while making a hurry call. Dur
ing the heavy storm last summer, when
word was received that the casket factory
had collapsed, a record-breaking run was
made by a patrol wagon carrying twelve
officers. Do you know what the result
would have been If anything had suddenly j too strong to be overcome.
failed? Half of that number would have .
been killed or disabled.
"These hurry calls cannot be avoided, in
fact they occur dally and often many times
dally. All fires In a radius of from ten to
twenty blocks from the police station must
be attended by a patrol. And the patrol
must make the speed required by the fire
department. No one will deny that we
must have good wagons or that the best
of wagons will weur .out.. Patrol wagon
No. 1 has been in use for fully twenty
years. . It was bought, as the records will
show, In 18X6. For the last six months it
has been out of commission.
Covered Wagon of No Service.
"This wagon, is the only covered wagon
we have. It was covered ten years ago in I In the campaign. What can any democrat
response to a sentiment of decency which I expect to do against a republican majority
demanded that drunken and dissolute men of 5,000? I was offered a county commls-
Tax Commissioner William Fleming
snys: "There are no sore spots on me.
"I am thankful for what support I got
and bear no ill-will for what I did not
get. I am as good a man today as I ever
was. The defeat was caused by a sort
of irresistible republican Impulse It was
I know that
many of my republican friends stood by
nie and I must have been knifed liberally
by democrats. I have no fault to find
with those who voted against me, nor any
man for casting bis ballot In accordance
with his convictions and conscience.- My
term as tax commissioner does not end
until next May. Meanwhile I will have
plenty of time to maker'plans for the fu
City Comptroller Ldbetfft shook his head
dubiously when requested to furnish a
clue for the annihilation of the democratic
ticket and prestige In .the court house.
"Can't do It." said he.' "Really I don't
know. I did not take a very active part
Unmatchable Values in Women's
New Coats Thursday r$tj-
These garments are special for Thursday
"Women's new 42-inch Coats, made of an excellent qual
ity of mixtures loose back, velvet collar t1tk75
and patch pockets, new sleeves fi H
special Thursday iLJr
Women's Stylish New Coats In cov
ert, kerseys and swell mixtures, 45 inches long, loose
or half fitted back, well made and lined f! 7 5
coats that sell elsewhere for $20.00- jjaVL
Women's Swell 45-in. Coats at 18.75
Made of fine coverts, cheviots, kerseys and mixtures,
in the new Empire models half or tight fitted backs
verv swell garments, that retail at
twenty-five dollars special
Women's Sample Coats Received to
day for Thursday's selling, 150 sample gar
ments, including the very latest novelties
from high-class makers all of the newest
materials, at prices that will save you , at
least $3 to $10 on every garment Thursday
221, 24LS, 297J, 37L
the office of the county clerk, but by noon
all had been accounted for. A majority of
the country precinct election officers had
not been reported up to noon, but from all
of them the result had been telephoned
Tuesday evening, so the delay did not
County Clerk Drexel Is allowed six days
In which to name two citizens who will
arslst him in canvassing the vote for the
purpose of making official declaration of the
result. As Mr. Drexel himself is at present
laid up at home by reason of a badly
swollen . knee. Deputy Dan Butler will be
very likely boss the Job of canvesslng the
Clontarf, with the same election machin
ery as a city precinct, cast eleven votes.
Five of these were cast by the election
board and two by the party challengers.
Four other men availed tnemselves of the
voting privilege. The Clontarf vote thus
cost the county quite a snug sum, without
much of a record being made.
Z2-K. wedding rings. Edholm, Jeweler.
The following marriage licenses have
Name and residence Age
George II. Slmonds, Kansas City. Mo 30
Ieona A. Smith, Cedar Rapids, Ia 19
Daniel 8. Flnkenstein, Omaha 24
Ruby Splgle, Omaha , 24
Frank L. Madison, South Omaha 21
May DeMory, South Omaha 17
Loren Atkinson, Omaha 34
Maud Hodges, Redtield, Ia.
t William M. Bourn, Omaha
j Nettle M. Steponeck, Niobrara, Neb.
' Otto Raschke, Omaha
1 Louisa Busch, Omaha
Jacob A. Youngkln, Omaha
Urace A. Parman. Omaha.
and women should not be hauled through
the public streets In an open wagon to the
disgust of every one who might see them.
We have been unable to use this wagon
at all this year. The spokes have worn
through the felloes of the wheels and the
tires are slack enough to allow a person
to look through between them and the
felloes. The body is shaky and the only
thing that holds it together is the iron
plating on the corners. The Joints of the
woodwork have worn and dry-rotted away.
"Patrol wagon No. 2 has been in service
fifteen years and It shows unmistakable
traces of wear. There is a much more
play than safety will admit between the
spindles and skeins in every wheel. This
sloner nomination, with all expenses paid,
but I was wise and declined. There is no
use butting into a stone wall."
BONDS SEEM TO HAVB CARRIED
Improvement Propositions Thought
" to Be Snccessfal.
The city council will meet- Thursday
night to' canvas the returns on the bond
propositions.. Though authoritative figure
had not beon received or complied at me
city hall, the opinion prevailed the engine
house and sewer bonds carried, but the
paving- intersection bonds failed to win
the required two-thirds majority. The
entire. -ote on the bonds was very light.
The failure to vote the Intersection bonds
will mean delays to paving next year, even
should the proposition carry at the spring
In South Omaha the sewer bond Issue
failed t': carry.
BANKRUPT MILLINERY STOCK
Taouiandi ef Dollars' Worth of Laiies'
Stylish Eata aid Trimmings.
REPRESENT ENTIRE MILLINERY STOCK
J. L. Brandela A Sons Bay it All at
Ten Cents on the Dollar On
Sal Saturday, Novem
We bought a great millinery stock x
the most overwhelming sacrifice ever
known. This was the entire millinery stock
of an Omaha department store, sold by or
der of John A. Rlne, referee In bankruptcy
under proceedings pending in the United
States court at Omaha. We secured tlto
stock at an unheard of bargain. All the
model hats, all the trimmed and street hats, i
ostrich plumes, fancy feathers, children's
caps and bonnets, ailk ribbons, veilings,
chiffons, silk velvets and silk plushes at
unheard of bargains.
Bee the window display. Sale begins
Saturday, November 11.
7 J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS.
new chair, "I guess you will have to ex
cuse me; I don't hardly recognize myself
Then followed the election Of officers. It
was moved and carried unanimously to
continue the same officers during the en
suing year. They are: President, George
Cott; vice president, Fred Schamel; treas
urer, Fird Zotzmann; secretary, IS. J. Fen
nan. During the session cigars were passed fre
quently, and they were goad ones. After
the election the formal session adjourned
to participate in a banquet consisting of
sandwiches and plenty of drinkables. Coun
cilman DybaJl presided at this function.
Speechless with Wonder
are the friends of those cured of Stomach,
Liver and Kidney Trouble, by ' Electrlo
Bitters. 60c. Guaranteed.' For aale by
Sherman ft McConell Drug Co.
SOUTHWEST IMPROVERS SMOKE
Social Features Combined with
Annual Election of
ii aa me voting maciunes mat am Fad fof Comptroller.
it. sam liuncing inspector wiinnen, im- The , municipal campaign begins
presslvely. "Many a man wanted to vote the autunlnai county campaign
for Tom Flynn. but was prevented be- ,oaveg off John w Fead bon(J cIerk ,
cause he was afraid to monkey with the.; offloe of tne cHy ,reaKureri Wednesday
liiaviilliv. X uai in wily uui a. .ingle UCUIU-
crat crawled through."
The Southwest Improvement club held Its
seventh annual election at Fred Zotemann'e
hall lust night. A Jolly smoker with musl
accompanied the election. The early part
of the session was given up to a general
discussion of matters of local Interest.
Councilman Huntington talked for some
time on the matter of the recent gas con
tracts before the council, explaining at
length his position and beliefs in that ro-
spect. Music was furnished by the Gate
See our great holiday offer, given this
month only, to avoid the usual holiday
rush. II. Heyn, photographer, west side of
South Fifteenth street. Two story building.
Sam'l Burns' annual reduction sale.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1321
. J .v.-. HI h. u -H".
morning n v. -. .. city trio, Messrs. Hughes, Owens and Over-
aiaaie ior me icpuimu.u uii.hu while thl
city comptroller. Mr.
was going on two mem
bers slipped out and brought In a fine tip-
Ff.il has been em
now .coma we me : asKea oecretary . ., .... ,ii -i- ism Prvimia -""-- -
Greevy of the republican county committee. ? L . it. holatered mahogany chair, finished In green
"From personal knowledge of the forty re- first Berved thrp9 ear, in th0 Comp
publlcans we had on the election boards I trollPr ll offlc4! and the went Into the
felt sure there would be excellent work. . ., ,,..r,m., --w. h ha. since
causes the wagon to sway and rock when- I especially in the clerical line, and I was -,-,- H i. the highest salaried clerk
high speed is required. Repairs not disappointed. Then we had for chair- ., hlm .ari. niwnv. have been i
regarded as specially valuable. He is a
have been made several times within the 1 man of our committee a winner in Senator
plush. This was presented with due cere
mony to the treasurer, Fred Zotsmann, as
an expression of appreciation for Ills
services to the club.
Zotzmann said, as he seated himself In his
! Anfred Lunden. West Point, Neb 25
Hedveg Mossberg, West Point, Neb.
"StrgrT A Soaa," n
turned from rent
'Ivera & rond,
$500 Peerless Electrlo piano,
$600 Kranlch & Bach Grand Piano
for one-half cost Weber Pianola
Planoa and Pianolas at Lowest
Out-of-town purchaser! Bhould
write at once for complete lUt of
special reductlona. All pricea
marked in plain figures and no
deviation. Easy terms if desired.
Call or address
Mueller Piano Co.
Piano Maker and Dealers.
Temporary Location. 1407 liar-1
nejr btrert, Omaha.
Sellinj manufacturers, power
plants and those interested in
supplying; high grade coals for
steam and domestic purposes
We Desire to Announce
that we have purchased the fol
lowing coal mines located on the
Southern Railway between East
St. Louis and Centralia, 111.
Avery (1) Maren (6)
Harmony (2) Utile Oak (7)
Oakland (3) Shiloh(8)
Oak Hill (4) New Baden (9)
Clendale (5) Cermantown (10)
This means that we are able
to offer you the very finest coal
for your purpose with an assur
ance of prompt shipment and
Write us your requirement's
and let us show you how well
we can fill them and at what
If you can't wait for corre
spondence call us up over the
longdistance Bell Phone, Main
5115 or Kinloch, D 1107 we pay
charges at this end on all tele
Southern Coal &, Mining Co.,
9 !S Security Bufldinj,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
last three years at an expense- of nearly
1300. Some day there will be a great dis
aster and people will wondor how It hap
pened. There will be no surprises here.
Vsed as Ambulance.
"Often it is necessary to carry people
long distances in the patrol wagon. Peo
ple who are sick or injured must often be
sent to the hospitals. eW know of casea
where the ambulance has been out on such
an errand, and another summons left us
with only the open patrol with which to
respond. This occurrence is by no means
rare. Less than a week ago we were In
Just such a difficulty. This was the case
of Edward Larsen, who had his limbs
crushed on the Missouri Pacific tracks at
Eighteenth and Nicholas streets, last Mon
"What we need is two new wagons, one
covered and one open. They should be of a
more modern pattern and have rubber tires
Rubber tires are most advantageous In re
lieving the strain on the vehicle. We can
buy them at once, according to the last
reports of the city treasurer."
In March of the present year Commis
sioner Broatch and Dr. Miller composed a
committee to make an inspection of these
wogons and they condemned both.
umson. Ana it must oe remembered that j regldcnt ot the Ninth ward.
our treasurer is a lower 01 sirengm as an
adviser, and what he takea hold of goes,
Muxen Out for Council.
Another bit of municipal politics blos-
Thitf JHakei a Good .Ilaul.
The residence of Herbert M. Neale. M0
South Twenty-ninth street. Was' entered by
a lone burglar yesterday afternoon and a
number of valuables were taken. The man
gained admittance by unlocking the back
door. The family was away during the
afternoon. Thirty dollars In cash, as well
as four rings, of which one was a diamond,
a woman's watch, two neck chains and
two pins of value were taken. Two sets
of silver spoons and a gold filled man's
watch with chain were, later discovered to
be missing. The value of all these articles
Is close to The police think, they have
a good line on the thief and hope to land
him in Jail before long.
The following births and deaths. have been
reported during the twenty-four hours end
ing at noon Wednesday:
Births Frank Stuchurskl. ?T?3 Bmtth
Twenty-third, girl; John Kinpkey, Fifty
fourth and Jones, boy; Waldemar Michael
sen, 23 South Thirty-fifth avenue, boy;
James Maynard, 20)8. North Eighteenth,
boy; Clarence Sweet, 816 South Twenty
second twin girls.
Deaths Maria A. Armstrong, 1107' North
FARNSLET Jackson B., born Decembet
2S. 1S3S. died November 8, IS".
Funeral from residence, Templeton
street, Friday, November 10, at 2 O'clock.
All of the successful candidates are free 1 somed out Wednesday in the announce
In their expressions of approval of the good ment by 5tate Representative Mathew K.
work done by Mr. Greevy as secretary. Muxen that he would be a candidate for
But Greevy himself lays his success to his the republican nomination for council
training. "What I know of politics I ' man from the Sixth ward. To get the
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MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL LOST
Application In Damage Salt' In Fed
eral Court Overruled by
Judge Munger has overrated the motion
for a new trial in the case of Cornelius
Bullivan against the Missouri Pacific,
wherein Sullivan sues for t2S,wK for in
juries receivsd by belug ruu down by a
yard engine of the defendant road at the
Nicholas street crossing In December, 1903.
Sullivan lost both feet by the accident.
The tint trial of the case resulted in a
disagreement by the Jury and a seoond
trial ended by the court directing the Jury
to bring in a wrdlcl for the railway com
pany. It Is ugalnst this last trial and
verdict the n otlun for a new trial was
made. The notion was overruled because
of the decision of the United States cir
cuit court ot appeals against the Injured
party In an almost identical case.
Williag to Servo Out Ttmo,
Frank White went to the city Jail at I SO
last night and gave hlineelf up. He said
imu viumieu nn parcie grantee, by the
authorilles at Joliet. III., where he had
served a year on a larceny charge. "Since
turn i nave oeen aoaging tne omoers." he
said, "but I'm tired of It. If they want
me I will go back to Joliet and serve mil
my sentence. I can't stand this idea of
iwmg ronunuuiiy nunieo." Ispt.ln Mostyn
sa that he don't th.nk the nitn ia wanted
in Joliet. iut tne authorities there will be
t UUUIllCU luu. t .
learned from Mr. Edward Rosewater," he
says, "and my services are always at the
command ot the republican party In any
place 1 can serve it to advantage."
Friends of Sheriff Power were quietly
remarking, "I told you so," as they dis
cussed the defeat of Tom Flynn.
"His vote proves that Power and his
friends played fair," said a warm friend
honor he will have to down Councilman E.
D. Evans, who has no Intention of sur
rendering his Job unless he has to.
Announcements of the Theaters.
In "The Heir to the Hoorah," which fol
lows Richard Mansfield at the Boyd. Paul
Armstrong has seized his opportunity to
present certain of our sectional foibles In
Juxtaposition, and derive from the resultant
of the sheriff, but an analysis also shows confusion a great deal of fun. Part of his
Flynn was weak when our man would have
been strong 1 and would have helped the
Congratulatory sessions have been the
order of the day about the county building.
Treasurer Fink held a levee that continued
all morning, his callers including many
democrats as well as republicans. County
Judge-Elect Ij lle also was the recipient
of ths congratulations of many callers.
Deputy County Auditor Solomon, one of the
new commissioners, was early at his desk
and found a crowd waiting to shake his
hand, the line of callers being continually
augmented by people from the country as
well as the city.
Praise for the voting machines is heard
on all sides. The rapidity with which the
vote can be cast and the absolute correct
ness and quickness of returns seems to
have appealed with force to all classes.
Three of the city precincts were slow In
returning the boxes and tally sheets to
type of euro
olive oil r.
TT ' in ynur'west umd.
AT ALL OttOCEBS,
comedy is hilarious and part of it is satiri
ml. and all ot it is good, he play dealt
with western and eastern types, both of
the extreme, and the fun grows out of
their efforts to got used to each other.
Some of the plav Is almost farcical, but It
is carried off so well that the auditor fnr
fr;ts ull this in his desire to laugh. It
has some scenic effects, too, that are artis
tic In the extreme. Mr. Post is supported
by the same company that made the play
a success last season on Broadway.
"Incog." which Is now being offered at
the Burwood, mill be the bill until after
Saturday, with matinees this afternoon and
on Saturday. It will be succeeded by Nat
O. Goodwin and Maxlne Elliott's New York
success, "When We Were Twenty-one."
The bill on at the Orpheum embraces a
variety of acts that are calculated to please
the women who attend the popular price
matinee this afternoon. Among the features
that will appeal to the gentle sex strongly
Is "A Timely Awakening," a sketch writ
ten by Clny Clement and presented by
Macy and Hall; dashing Dave Genaro and
Ray Bailey, a pair of attractive mirth
makers with lively heels; Frederick Voel
ker, the eminent violin virtuoso, whose
beautiful wife is his accompanist, and. ns
is the custom at these Thursday matinees,
some amateur acts will be introduced.
MME. EMMA EAMES
The Greatest American Prima Donna
shows her appreciation of Lablache America' most perfect Face
Powder. An exemplification of what science and skill can produce aa a
complexion beaut ifier and a toilet necessity to women of refinement.
Mr. Ben. Levy, Bottom:
I find your Lablarmt Fact
Powittr vry nf raking mud
EMMA EAMES STORY.
We have thousands of letters
from all parts of the world tes
tifying to the wonderful quail
tics and purity of
LABLACHE FACE POWDER
Insist on having the genuine.
Substitutes are not only unsat.
Isfactory, but frequently dan
gerous, on account of being com
pounded of poisonous drugs.
temr "Sir,A I havi utrJ yur Fmet
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eanvinctd that it kai not iU tautlin ttit
or tkioli country.
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ZELIE DE L US SAN.
It is our aim to use only the highest-priced, purest and most efficient In
gredients known to science in the manufacture of Lablache Face Pow
der, believing It better to give our patrons full value for their money than
to expend it in large, illustrated and extravagsnt advertisements, as
Lablache Face Powder sells en its own merits.
Fifth. White, Pink or Cream, jo cent s hex.
Sold evtrywhett or by mail, bend 10 cnt ior ample.
BEN. LEVY & CO., French Perfumers,
128 KINGSTON STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
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Last Supreme rtfort.
In a last supreme effort to cure Constipa
tion, biliousness, etc., take Dr. Klng'a New
Life Pills, 'mo. For sale by Sherman As
McConell Drug Co.
Ttte city has issued permits to the
Wrlrfht-Wilhelmy company for Its new six
story brick warehouse building at Tenth
and JaekHnn streets, which Is estimated to
cost $ujo; T. Oreeling, tao II (Viu frame
dwellings at Tarentx -f.fth and Valley
streets, and to H. Pinkerton for a i.i00
frame dwelling at S"'-'l Pratt street.
INORTM STAR BRAND
When you buy a fur coat, buy a good
one one that is made right and guaranteed
by a responsible house.
We make a large variety of fur coat
and fur lined coats and in 29 years of
manufacturing have won a reputation we are
proud of. "Lanpher" meant alufacUoa in
Lanpher, Skinner & Co.
St. Paul, Minnesota
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