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THE 0MA1TA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER CP, 1003.
T6 SOLVE POND CASE
ji.em of Drainage Will Bs Extended to
rortj-thiri and Iiard.
COUNCL WILL PASS ON ORDINANCE
Or. Mtrrrr Dfrlirrt Bodr t Water
lak Fed ltr prlna; and
Kept Fresh Year
A a result of the sppHrnnre o( Dr. 8. D.
Mfrcer and Attorney J. V. Ptout. represent
ing the Mlnsourl raeirto Rnllroad company.
brore the council committee Monday aft
e.noon to prove the boly of wator at Forty
third and lrard street Is not a nuisance,
X . .. . ...a
iii. n i . rnnni I nrniTpn in nnw m 11 ur-
""iance to create a sewer district In thit
I ghborhood for the purpose of putting In
Kr.n(-r to connect with the Saddle creek
Aver along liard street.
While a number of residents of the nelgh
' irhood were before the committee to tfs
j fy that a eranpool wan drained Into the
i Sr.d and that It van a receptacle for kit
y,n and pupplcn ar.rt dead chickens, and
film tlio smell from It reached. a block
'40 J . , 11 . . 1 1 . - tlBn,' hAtalth
commissioner, said the pond, from a sani
tary tantlrolnt, wrs a nuisance, pr. Mercer
.VHlntalncd that the water In the pond came
from a amine which threw a stream a
Inrr.e as it tnnn't tlilish; that It was well
drained and therefore not a menace to the
health of ths coinniurlly.. He admitted the
cf-snool did empty Into the pond, but
arreed to remove the connection and thus
top that. He mnl'italned the pond was
neated twelve years ago by the city- and
that the city should dre.ln It.
"Twelve years ujjo?" Interrupted Hoye.
"Why, I, nkalH on that pind twenty years
go. My father and f caupht minnows In
JJ'liere so lour niro thai I lust can remember
jjv l. It haH been twenty years since father
iftll thiur!i the ice tliere."
I I "Yon aro .':ilBt;iken," answered the doc
'4nr,' "that ground was In corn less than
twenty years tao."
After a number of such statements nnu
contradictions. Dr. Mercer added:
"I aid willing to do thin. I will give the
ity permission to drain the pond If the city
will pay the co:."
As the best way out of the difficulty, Dr.
i Mercer suggested that a sewer district be
i created, and this suggestion was acted upon
by the council committee.
ivir. DIMUl IISSUI t'U lliv solium IICB tllU.1 IIIU
city had created the pond and should drain
p tl at Its own expense, and his railroad would
U be glad to have. It done.
Protest on (in Tusk!.
Councilman Evans" ordinance to repeal
the nrHlnnnrA m'tilrh frniiri flip ffna rnm-
Jpany, before erecting a gas tank, to secure
l he unanimous consent of resident within
000 feet of the proposed Kite, brought out
(jjibout twenty residents of the vicinity of
lace the gas company proposes to erect
wo more tanks. The prntestants claimed
hat an explosion occurred In the gaa works
very five minutes; that ou one occasion
fccently tho officers In charge of the works
sked all the neighbors to put out their
res and lights to prevent a general ex
plosion or conflagration; that the entire
Hghborhood was In danger of being burned
Hd that a gas tank was a menace to (he
(ifety of the people, and conaequently It
predated the value of their property,
pie committee voted to Indefinitely post
i ma the repealing ordinance and no one
ok In Its favor.
I , ina i jn iier iiotci.
I'eter Her came before the committee and
ked that some action be taken on the
rdinanee to allow him to run water and
fat from his main system to his hotel and
her property, at the same time promising
have. Ms new hotel In course of construe-
An In 1(MK Tlia lt tr illnnan ,
osted to draw a new ordinance granting
mi'. Her the privilege he asked.
c'he ordinance repealing the ordinance cre-
fclng the office of claim agent for the city
lj.is recommended for passage. City At
Buclrney Breen will prepare another ordl-
- f'"c. creating the office of second assistant
pilly attorney, who shall attend to the duties
f the claim agent. The resolution will
EIave to be advertised for three weeks be
fore the ordinance can.be passed.
1 The ordinance creating an alley between
"B'arnam and Pouglas streets and Twen
Artieth anJ Twenty-fourth was reported for
Indefinite postponement because the city
nhas not the money to pay the appraised
In (value of the land to be condemned.
stafORMER 0MAHAN ACCUSED
" 1 . t
ni Charaed with Counterfeit
Inar at Dea Haines.
CHtalM Tnhn Whh r rti Q , ,
j .nf.VA.U ."" . . y u j t. l.u V 111IDI1 Ullll'l
thfsecret service, has returned from Des
; Moines, where he was called a week ago to
f.look Into a counterfeiting case devoloping
l there. The accused was Ambrose H. Hunt,
'formerly employed by the Armour Pack
ing company In South Omaha. Hunt was
charged with havlnff in his possession and
' pfifng a number of bogus silver coins of
V thn K-cenc danomlnation. Ha wu arrafH
asweek asT Sunday, Indicted by the federal
f, jui j v " '""ii" . , , i u i , 1 1 iru oav-
Tiraay. ronvicien stinoay oy a special ses
sion of the court, and' will be sentenced
. t. i ail iii ii mrim nii aiv
Saturday UIJm v--UU.U diss
Note These Unheard of Bargains
In this pale are all the finest samples and surplus stock from
a well known New York manufacturer of fine pieces. "We
bought at less than 50c on the dollar. Every fur on Tuesday,
is offered at less money than has been quoted yet this season
411 the Finest Fur Scarfs in
this stock Will be sold at half
their original value.
Those fur piccrs are in the moat popular
and handsome furs of the season new
est shapes all perfect and fashionable furs.
Ladieu' excellent grade of Imitation ermine.
Canadian marten, brook mink
Bcarfs. etc., worth up to
six dollars, at
Ladies' selected fur scarfs, zaza,
Victoria cluster shapes worth
as high as flO, at
Genuine marten, Jap mink, natural
blended squirrel, etc., scarfs that
are worth up to $12.50,
Htiinninu Fur Scarfs of choicest Persian
Mexican beaver, natural and blended
squirrel scarfs, zazas and Vic
torias, worth up to $15, at
Smartest, Highest Class Fur Scarfs in the en
tire stock, the most popular and exclusive
furs all carefully selected and
worth up to twenty dollars
Ladies' Near Seal Jackets Very styl
ish and worth easily as high as
$37.50, at, each
Ladles' Kich Guaranteed Astrakhan
Positively worth as hlh its forty
dollars each- a special offer,
Ludles' Ulentled Squirrel lUouses Beautiful se
lected furs, very fashionable ana
stunning Jacket worth $100,
Today Ai Extra Special
Extraordinary Bargains for One Day Only
Your Choice of n f lhe
Following Articles fof
5 .pairs Stockinrt Dress Shields.
1 card Kptiuine L)e ixing Hump
Hook ami Eye.
6 rolls white Stay Binding.
2 papers Pins, containing 8U0 pins.
1 Kic Seal or Walrus Purse.
3 spools J. O. King Machine Thread.
3 spools 60 yd black Silk Thread.
i yds. rca-ular 16c Garter Elastic.
16 pkgs. Wire Hair Pins.
. 6 papers gold eyed Needles.
1 dozen Captsheaf Safety Pins, all
1 dozen bone or celluloid Collar But
tons. 6 Japanese Ironing Wax.
5 60-lnch Tape Measures.
1 dozen Shoe Laces.
1 dozen Corset Laces.
3 spools Darning Cotton.
1 10c Hairpin Cabinet.
6 spools Basting Thread.
1 Wire Coat Spring.
1 French Plate Mirror.
3 spools luster Crochet Cotton, all
1 10-Inch Hair Rat.
Your Choice for Five Cents
See Our J
Cards at 39c
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FREE Ajfc m Wln Icr . U-U.cii C
TTnder the auBplces of the Omaha, Worn
an's club Jer9me K. Jerome and Charles j
F. Looinis will appear at tno r irsi conarc
gatlonal church Tuesday evening, Decem
ber 26. The proposition of these speakers
was accepted, at 'Monday afternoon's meet-(
lng of the club and further announcement
of their subjects will be made later.
The club Indorsed the petition of the lo
cal school teachers to the board of educa
tion for an Increase lu salary.
As the next open day program of the
club will be presented by the household
economics department and reports of the
recent milk Investigation will be a part of
the program, the club voted to Issue 100
complimentary tickets to the department,
to be distributed among people outside the
club who would like to attend.
The following program was furnished by
the musical department:
Concerto (CI minor) Mendelssohn
Mrs. W. P. Olds, Mrs. C. 8. Rlchardsdn.
is) "The Vainka s hung" vWlilshaw
,h When li v Is lions" Hawley
(c "For you and Me'1... Royal Stone Smith
lUm. 13. 4. oclllirii.
fa) "Masurka Viennos" Orunfeld
lb) "Dance t?reole" Chamlnade
Mr. Van Vechten. As such a woman ahe
will be deeply mourned, not only in Cedar
riapius, uui Dy ine wnole state of Iowa,
The meeting of the household economics
department of the Woman's club will be
held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morntng of
mis week, instead of Kriday, as previously
announced. Owing to Thanksgiving coming
on the regular day the change was necs
The P. E. O. sisterhood realized about
$100 from their presentation of "The Burg'
lar and the Blizzard" Saturday evening
the proceeds to go to furnishing a room in
the new Methodist hospital.
Miss Laura Gregg is not to be returned
to the suffrage work In Nebraska this fall
as had been hoped by many. Instead sin
has been placed In charge of tha head.
quarters In Oregon to ce-operate with Miss
Oatl Laughlin, Miss Anna Shaw and rthr
national workers who will conduct the
field work In the campaign for woman suf
frage In Oregon this winter.
Cycle, "Gypsy Song" lop. S.i) Dvorak
(1) "I Chant My Lay." (2) "Heart How
Mv Triangle' (3 "Silent and Ixne. '
ti "knnira Mv Mother TauKht Me." (o)
Tune Thy Strings O Gypsy. ( "In his
Wld and Ample Airy IJnen Vesture."
Mr. Ira B. Pennlman; Mrs. Pennlman,
The following tribute is paid to Mrs.
Krnma Van Vechten, late treasurer of the
General Federation. of Women's Clubs, by
the official organ of the Iowa Federation,
in which she ever had an active part:
Iowa clubdom has anstalm-d a serious loss
In the death of Mrs. C. D. Van Vechten of
f'edar Hapliis. one "f the most helpf .il and
beloved women In the federation. It may
be said of her that she typlfled the ld":U
club woman. Home and fsmlly were, ever
her first consideration, struggling always
to demonstrate that the best work in the
clubs might be done without sacrificing
the home. In her own quiet, pnti"nl. per
sistent wav she sought to make club work
truly helpful to those who engaged In It,
selling every opportunity to lift It to higher
levels. Her liberality of opinion made all
club monien her friends. Mrs. Van Vech
ten wss one of lhe founders in UTS of the
ladies' Literary dub of C'elHr Rapid and
was its first president. She alno assisted
in organizing lhe Woman's club and was
Its treasurer at the lime of her di-iith. She
h.d a wide eequalntsnce among club wnme-i
of Iowa and last Friday wss to have ad
dressed the Woman's club of Vin'on on the
subject of "Oriental Mugs."
The library movement In Cedar Rapids
was started by Mrs. Van Vechten and other
rlub women whom she enlisted in In
the undertaking. From a small library of
1 irnO volumes she has watched and aided
the growth of the library to Its present
home and magnitude of 12. Ann volumes. The
Carnegie free public library must remain
a monument to her patience and devotion
to the cause. She was president of the
Funeral services for Mrs. Van Vechten
were held last Tuesday in Cedar Rapids
and the following day her body was taken
In a private car to Davenport for crema
tion. The myriad of rosea violets, car na
tions and chrysanthemums sent by friends
and organisations were distributed among
the hospital, the Home for Aged Women,
Carnegie library. Sunshine miction and per
sons all over the city known to be 111. The
set pieces were lakrn to Oak ' Hill and
placed on the graves of dear friends. This
be'jutlful disposition of the Bowers, the
Simula I'nlvrritailMt services are slamflcanf
tit liie uaaelfcL kindly, thoughtful UXe ef
Earlier Heparin re of R)r4lna;osi
Trains I: fieri ire December 3.
Pleaae take notice that train No. i for
Lincoln and the went will leave Omaha at
8:15 a. m.. Instead of 8:50 a. m.
No. I, for Iowa, Illinois and Chicago, will
leave Omaha at 3:20 p. in.. Instead of 4 p. m.
J. B. Reynolds. City Passenger Agent, 1502
Aaavoaaements of the Theaters.
"The School Girl." which Is being en
thusiastically prnlsed by all who have at
tended the Boyd theater this Week, will
he presented at a special matinee this after
noon and will close Its engagement this
evening. On Wednesday afternoon and
evening "Florodora," the one musical piece
that never gets old. will be offered. On
Thursday Mr. Iouls James, one of Amer
ica's famous actors, will be seen In two
of hts best plays. At the matinee he will
present "Ingnmar. the Barbarian." and In
the evening the Sheridan Knowles tragedy
of "Vlrginlus." Mr. James Is supported by
A carefully selected company. His engage
ment Is for tho two performances only.
The professional matinee at the Burwood
this afternoon will be of unusual Interest,
owing to the large number of stage people
who are in the city. The Woodward stock
company Is doing the best work It has yet
achieved In "The Banker's Daughter."
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purine the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for orer a quarter of a century.
Convenient for to arista.
OMll WKTIIFB KORK.C"T TsMdsr Fair.
UJ L MM L
Green Trading Stamp Booth, Main Floor
I 1 w
Two TrcmnrloiislT Important'
Facta for Our Customer and the
1. WKDXESOAY IS KED LET
Bring your books and Rot ten
green trading stamps to each book
presented. No Red Letter Day
stamps will be given unless to
Open Wednesday Even
ing 'till 0:00 o'clock.
2. THl ItSDAY I1EIXG THANKS
GIVING WE CLOSE ALL DAY.
Order Early. Order Early.
FYcsh Dressed Extra Fancy Stock.
Geese, Ducks niul Chickens.
Fresh Oysters direct from Haiti
more standard and select.
Everything (or Your Thanksgiving
Prices Guarantod the Ijowcst .
Quality the Host.
GIVE I S YOUR ORDER NOW.
WL CLOSE AT NOON THANKSGIVING.
of the Bust
Will Be Re
v AM WOT
THE R I. LIABLE 8TOKK.
See the Mys
terious Bust In
our 16th Street
2 to 5 P. M.
Bargain Day in Our Cloak Department
Handsome Coats, with snscger or Kmplre i
hacks. In fine fancv mixed fsbrlcs bisnn
fscturer s price I5.co Bn renin U fin
Day price u.VU
Splendid Fur Bargains
t?2 5 Covert and Kersey Costs. In all new
est styles ISO garments to select from
rest snaps at ltnrRntn Dsy C)Q
From Our Greif Utnultcturtr's
LADTFS' SCARFS AND TtOAS Fifty dif
ferent styles to select from great as
sort nient of furs 17.11 values UH
Nobhy Coney Scarfs Tuesday at 50c
Mnv other speclsl rinraiilns Tuesday.
ELKC1ANT SAMTI.E FCR8-A masnlfleent
l'ne fniin the lest msnufnctirers great
larnln at $.", 17 5i, Ui, $12.50, 15, tlt.U
up to iiO.
Thanksgiving China for Everyone
LOOK IT OVER AND NOTE PRICES. TnE FINEST ENGLISH CHINA.
TUESDAY Seven,-plece Cranberry or Berry Sets, large bowl, and
six saucers fine China 1.00 value, a set M t
One set to a customer and no delivery on' this item.
SPECIAL PRICES ON SOME DINNER SETS TO CLOSE OUT. ONLY
ONE 8ET OF A KIND Note Prices.
Charles Field Haviland Set, J29.60 value for $19 0
Theo. Haviland Set. some pieces short, a $27.60 value for '. .'LVOO
White and gold Percelatn Set, one cup short, $10 set for 7 oo
Hia? Vb PePPer,SI;aker8- usual 600 lalr. Tuesday, a pair 33c
. .i mm ume aecoration, Dest or China, gold
traced, $1.2o value for
Bennett's Big Grocery
IN(JR?Cl1VIJiQ OOODS-BE9TON THE MARKET AT MONEY, 8AV-
A CAN' TETLEY'S INDIA AlKYIXNrEA WITH
EVERY POL-XD PACKAGE BENNETT'S CAPITOL, COrFEE.
Thint rZV ?SadJP' tt.anip" w'th. -. can Bennett's Breakfast Coffee 4So
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with pound Tea-all kinds gso
--": . auiii oiouii.a wiin can uiamona m. Kruits
Ten t.reen trading- stamps wltn pint bottle Diamond S. Chill Sauce a
len reen TradlnK Stamps with pint bottle Diamond s. Salad Dresslnn . 2
Ten Orecn trading- Stumps with 1-lb. can Diamond S Kancv R.i sui,.,n
ten ureen trading; Stamps with two cans Buratara Shrimps.
... , BUTTER SECTION.
Bennett s Capitol Creamery the best produced, lb. brick (full weight) 26c
Granulated Sugar twenty-one pound .. , $100
Ten Ureen Trading- Stamps with 3 pounds Burnham s Clam' Chowder..'.!... ' 20c
DOCBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS ON THIS LIST.
Bulk Mince Meat, lb lik.
Corn, two-pound can 5c Horsurudish, bottle
StiltiK Beans, two-pound can Sc J? 'Yr ,M,ulR
1,11 oaucr, uuilie....
iix Beans, two-pound can he
Peas, ' two-pound can 7c
Baked Beans, one-pound can 4c
Catsup, bottle 8c
Pepper Sauce, bottle 7c
Picklea, assorted, bottle 9j
rrencn or Herman Mustard, Jar... We
New California Raisins, lb 10c
New Cleaned Currants, lb I0c
New Seed-d Raisins, pkg. ..10c
New California Prunes, lb ,4c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with 8-lh. can Webster's Apple Suuce ioc
BENNETT'S CANDY SECTION
Thanksgiving Novelties from 5c Iirge Turkeys with feathers, each r.c
Roast JTurkeys, each. . . ............. 6c01aB8Lantert.S Killed with Candy "'lite
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with pound box delicious Cream" Bon'flons
decorated with fruits and nuts '
Five Green Trading Stamps with packaae Butterscotch
several nunarea pounds old-fashion Mixed Candy, pound
FROM 3:30 TO k:30 P. M.
We will sell fine white Mercerlted Walstlngs, winter weight, regular 26c,
,19c and 4!c goods, at, a yard
We will also sell 600 ladles' embroidered Skirt Patterns, regular 49c goods-,
' made of best outinas, at. each v v.
SEVERAL OTHER SALES 1)1" RING THE DAY.
Speca Notion Sate Tuesday
The greatest cut price notion sale
the city, staple notions will go at one
5c best quality Gold Eys Needles
100 yards Spool Cotton at per
Good quality Pearl Buttons per
Sllko Crochet Thread odds and ends
Embroidery Silk all colors at per
Lare spools Basting Cotton at per
Shoe Strings at
Hump Hooks and
Cotton Tape all slies
of the season greatest bargains to he found In
-half to one-fifth regular prices.
MANY OTHER FIVE-CENT ARTICLES
AT ONE CENT.
lr.c Metal Back
2Tic Needle Books
15c Corset Steels
10c Featherstitch Braid
lOcHairpin Cabinets 4JC
Hundreds of other 10c to 25c articles In
this great sale at, choice, 44c. ...
Good Things to Eat for Thanksgiving
Hayden's, the Home of Pure Food Products
l-lb. pkg. Condensed Mince Meat.Ti.c
Jellycon, Jell-o or Advo Jell, pkg. 7 He
1- lb. Jar Pure Fruit Preserves. . .7Hc
New Muscatel Raisins, lb 9c
New Cleaned Currants, lb.. .9c
Seeded Raisins, pkg 9c
Seedless Raisins, lb 9c
New California Peaches, lb 12ic
New California Apricots, lb.... 12 He
New California Prunes ftc
Lemon, Orange and Citron Peel,
per lb 25c
Large bottles Fancy Assorted
Pickles 8 1-Sc
Fancy Queen Olives, per quart... 33c
4 8-lb. sacks Fancy High Patent
Minnesota Flour 91. 2-5
The best Soda or Oyster Crack
ers, lb fic
2- lb. can Sugar Corn, extra fancy. .5c
2-lb. can Wax or String Beans. . . .5c
Fruits and Nuts for ThanksirivinK.
Fancy Hallowe'en Dates, lb 7 He
A GOLD VEST CHAIN
On 14k. good style link, would make a handsome Christ
mas Rift for a gentleman, or perhaps he would prefer
a gold fob. We are showing these goods In new designs
and up-to-date styles. Look them over before purchasing
vour vnriini dhu a t-w minutes in our store
Look tor the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER,
1516 Douglas St.
1414 FARNAM ST.
That is what you want
and what we have. Right
now we have a plentiful
supply' of high grades in
stock and more arriving
every day. We have
COAL , "SPADIA" AN
CITY" COAL and a host
of cheaper grades.
Place your orders now
before steady rold
weather sets in.
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aimriin n i i,wm 11, I
1414 PAR NAM ST.
To accommodate holiday
travelers a rate of one fare
and one-third for the round
, trip to points In Nebraska
and Kansas within 200 miles
of Omaha, has been placed in
effect by the
Union ' Pacific
Dates of Sale, Nov. 29th
and 30th, with final return
limit Dec. 4th.
City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam St.
Gun Metal Calf
The popular leathers for women's
shoes calfskin with a dull finish
is called gun metal calf.
The popular fall shoe. Button
or Bluchers new drop toe full
extension soles extreme or me
dium military heels.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Si.
Bushel boxes of Fancy Wlnesap or
California Bellfiower Apples, .f 1.7.1
Fancy Large Navel Oranges, doz..S.1c
Fancy Large, Juicy Lemons, doz..l.V,
Now Honey, per rack 1 fic
Cape Cod Cranberriesquart. . . .12 He
Fancy Malaga Grapes, lb lftc
Large Klpe Bananas, doz 1:2 He
Fancy New Figs, lb IBe
Butter and Cheese for Thanksgiving.
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb. . . . IKc
Choice Creamery Butter, lb..... ,21c
Fancy Separator Creamery But
ter, lb 2So
Fancy Brick CheeHe. lb '. ...ISc
Fancy Llmberger Cheese, lb Ltoi
Fancy N. Y. White Cheese, lb 15o '
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese, lb.lfta
Fancy Wisconsin Swiss Cheese,
Neufchatel Cheese, each..
Appetitost Cheese, each tic
Hand Cheese, two for 5
THE BIO MEAT SECTION for your
Thanksgiving Dinner. Oysters from Balti
more. Thousands of pounds of Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks
Corner Room With a. Vault
There is just one large room in The Bee Building,
which is vacant at the present time. This happens to be
a particularly choice one, the corner room on the second
floor of .
The Bee Building.
This has a beautiful hard wood floor and is finished
throughout in oak, electric light, heat; water and janitor
service are included in the rental price of the room,
which is $40 per month.
R. C. PETERS & CO., Rental Agents,
Ground Floor Bee Building.
New fall and winter catalogue now
G. A. L1NDQUEST CO.
MAKE BEST CLOTHES.
FALL SELECTIONS NOW IN.
- Pasta Block. 'Pksss 1881.
lxucats and fira&iB 6U.
Good Land Cheap!
For Homeseekers and Investors
In the Great SOUTHWEST
W own, control n! offer for sale in
large and small tractn 187,Ki scrps of Hie
I Iwm farming, fruit, mineral, timber and
I crraslng land in Missouri. Arkansas f jkla
I boma. Indian Territory and Texas, on and
I adjacent to the Krlwo railroad
Prices range f rom fc! .fin to $jo no per acre
... ..'....,,,, .niiM,e irurn rail
rond, improvements, etc.
If you are linking for a home or an in
vestment that will net you 10 per cent and
over, write us for prices, descriptions and
printed matter, furnixhed free of charge
If you want to buy a farm on easy terms!
crop or cash payments, write uh before
bnyln. We m'lll save you monev.
Titles gusranteed. bet met 'furnished
free of charge. Money loaned at low ratea
and long time.
Books, maps and other descriptive litera
ture mailed on request.
Write us for full Information regarding
FREE RAILROAD TICKETS
furnished Deoember 6th and th.
CUNNINGHAM & CUNNINGHAM
LAND AND IMMIGRATION AGENTS.
t. I-la A lea Fraaelsco Railroad.
Booms SB-! New York l.lfe building,
Trunks, Traveling Bags and Suit Cases
We have Just received a large shipment for the holi
day trade which we are gelling at way-down prices; also '
a lot of robes, horse blankets-and all winter goods.
Harness, Saddles and Fancy Horse Goods.
Alfred Cornish & Co.
1210 Farnam 8trt
Ws manufacture our own trunk, traveling bags and sull
ws. We make them of the beet material. Our workman
ship is unexcelled. Ws sell thsm for less than Inferior
gradt; would cost you elsewhere. If you buy of us you
will get the best you will save tnoney you will be better
satlafled. Leather Bound Matting Suit Cases, H.M, tin and
J U0. We do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY.
1220 Farnam MtfU
WHEN IN NEED
of a Sewihg Machine of any kind, or when your old one needs repairs or attach
ments, please bear in mind that we always have a full and complete line of
these goods and will treat you right. This wf-ek we will offer several shop
worn machines at about half the regular price. Old machines at your own
fures P. E. FLODMAN & CO.
Telephone 1574. 1614 Capitol Avenue.
No Headache, Nervousness or Insomnia
WrlBN YOU MOKC
Because You Are Smoking A Fine Selected Havana Tobaeee
and Which Has Been Carefuliy and Properly Treated.
RICE MERCANTILE CIGArt CO. UT. LOUIS
n Coal - Man
HERE SINCE 1883
Called for filled accurately
nma delivered promptly.
H. S. KING
Saccntar ts I. B. Crskaai, j
24th and Farnam St a.
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