Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 07, 1905, Page 12, Image 12

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"Zat; an International Romance," by
nuprt Hushes, In th story of a pianist's
battle for recognition In Isw Tork. Ladl
ilar MonhiiFiko Id young, he la a genius
"thn one man In hi thousand pianists.". He
come s to New York.' unknown, to prove his
powers, which at first only the elect few
reeosnlse. One of these few Is Rose Mar
grave, herself a musician of no mean merit.
At tadlslav's first concert Rose, capitulates.
6he want lessons from Ladlslav, but
her father's ,vealtti will prore a barrier,
no she K"ra to him a a poor girl whose
all la striked upon her musical equipment.
And so the romance of the story begins.
Ldinlav la soon the rage In New York.
nn1 his fan-e grows with everj conceit
to the greedy delight of his gambling father
mid the tender pride of thn gentle mother
whose , devotion for her son la equalled
only by hla rfevotlon to her. Rose's parenta
neve destined her for an English duke; but
I,adtslar'a undlfigulsed Infatuation fires
Rose and ' sweeps away all her prudence.
Kven when Ladlslav saves Rose's life at
Mtter -coat, lier fiitlwr relaxes not at all
Ma determination to wed hla daughter to a
duke And carries her off across the sea,
whlla t,adlsim- finds his growing honors
empty unrt vnln. Rose's flight back to
.America, her m fringe while her father
rages at the door keep the Interest and ex
iltemeflt up to the last page. The book I
from the press of the Century company.
"The Wheat Princess," by Jean Webster,
author of "When J'ntty Went to College.'
shows gratifying growth' of the author In
skill and power. The; wheat princesa,
Marcla Copley, la aa pretty, attractive and
altogether lovable as an American girl can
be. IJfo n the Villa Vlvalantl, where the
family of Marcla'a uncle takes up summer
residence, "begina. very comfortably, grows
picturesque 'ami develops rather thrilling
Incidents, for Marcla's millionaire father In
America has cornered the wheat market
and the Italian peasants, their heavy bur
dens rendered almost unbearable by the
scarcity of bread, grow angry over the lux
urtoua life and careless generosity of inno
cent Marcla and her relatives.
Of course Marcla's lovers have their part
In the plot, and the most Interesting of all
the men we meet In the pages of "The
Wheet Princesa" is an American of strong
Italian sympathies, who. In addition to be
Ing a man well worth the knowing and
well worthy of Marcla'a loving, reveals an
Interesting side of Italy's life and prob
lems. There la no question that "The
Wheat. Princess". la romantic and fasclnat
log reading. Published by the Century
"The Art of Caricature," by Grant
Wright Is a manual designed for the use
of students, but of value to all who are
Interested In the history and development
of the art of caricature. The book con
tains many Illustrations of this work
groat number being reproductions of
famous cartoons, which furnish, a hauls
for the introductions and gives the volume
a historical value. The Baker & Taylor
Co. are the publishers.
"The Making of a Man" by Dr. Orison
Sweet Marden, one of the . few secular
books having accomplished . as much as
the remarkable "Self Help', by Samuel
Smiles, and If any man at the present time
is qualified to continue the subject, that
man la certainly Dr. Marden, who Is so
well Identified with the magazine . "Buc
cess," of which the title and record are
synonymous. The book is a succession of
talks to boys on such subjects as "Self
Honor," "The Price of Success," "Raskin's
Motto," "I Must, Therefore I Can," "Cour
age at the . Sticking Point," "Courtesy,
Tidiness, and Heart Sunshine," and many
others, twenty-one helpful sections of
book that it will please any youth to own
and prise. This will make a splendid gift
lor any boy or young man.
"The Joy of Friendship", is a collection
of quoted passages referring to this noble
theme, which have been compiled by Mary
Allette Ayer. Miss Ayer gained recogni
tion as a compiler of unusual taste and dis
crimination when she produced the "Dally
Cheer Tear Book." She has arranged the
book In sections, respectively, enti
tled "The Love." "The Companionship,
The Bympathy,". "The Influence," and
"The Immortality of Friendship," with a
'losing section entitled "The Divine
rlendshlp." The book has a dainty cover
with a design of forget-me-nots and makes
a very appropriate gift book. Lotbrop,
lvee at Bhepberd Co. are the publishers.
"Cameron of Lochlel," by Charles O. D.
Roberts, is an interesting and valuahi
romance -which deals with that period of
Canadian history when, the French and
ng!ish were struggling for the possession
or canaoa.
Archie Cameron "of Lochlel." in viu
from his. native land, while at school in
Canada.' forms a strong friendship for a
young French fellow student, ana a deep
aitecnpient ror his friend's sister. Later,
nowever, as a capuan or a company of
Scottish Highlanders, he finds himself an
enemy 10 - nis scnool-day comrade, and
bound te duty, compelled to wage bitter
Jsalsajjk SJfSlfs
Saturday jjU)
UT-TQN-fWC Cards
All PeaLse Bros
Ladies9 Cravervcite Coats
At Exactly
Half Price
The stock of ladies' Crarenette
Rain Coats carried by Pease Bros.
Co. was of the finest grade. Every
coat first class a large stock
of them on sale Thursday In our
Cloak Department. Second flfloor, at
Exactly One-Half Pease Bros.' Prices.
Ladies' Tailored Suits
warfare against him and his people.
5 jf
And a long pull describe the pthw
of a woman afflicted, with female weak
ness unlets she It under the care of a
doctor who hat had successful eiperienoe
In the treatment of tuch cases or else hat
found the right remedy which can be
safely used tnuependently of the doctor.
Forty years ago. Dr. R. V. Pierce found
that women were being grossly mal
treated mainly through Ignorance and
earttlnssneeg, and he determined to devote
himself to study and research till he
found the real cause of their suffering
and a proper remedy for It.
He found it, and dug from Nature's
Laboratory, the earth. Aoture'i remedies
fur woman weaknesses and ailments,
lie found In Lady's Slipper root. Black
Cohosh root. Unicorn root, Blue Cohosh
root and Golden beal root the required
The remedial virtues of these he
trscted, combined and preserved by bit
own peculiar non-alcoholic, glyeerio pro
teases, and the compound Is now known
the world over, as Dr. Pierce's Favorite
"The wearing of cereals too tlrat seemed
So have bruugut on an ebdumlntl pressure,
weakwing the ligament and resulting fa
dUplaoement, which truubled me uotlTTwst
not It to walk, and at time could herdlf
stand." writes Mrs. BeTerty Sltgreavea. of 14
tUuo Iw. Ban Francisco. Cel. "A. neighbor
adviMd ase to try Dr. fterce'a Favorite fre-
n pi loo, Before tbe fret buttle wa naed
lt much better. Improveaeut weal
steadily on. ead within tour months I was
like a new and well woman on re sore. 1
am bow perfectly well and (Iron, end -uwniely
grateful to you for your blessed
remedy a sou to slok women.
A Qreat Doctor Book Free. Send tl one
cent stamps to Dr. R. V. Plflrce, Buffalo.
N. Y., to rover mailing and he will send
tou a free copy of his lOus-page Common
Sense Medical Adviser, pa per -covered.
Cloth-corered 31 t la id pa.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are th
best and safest laxative for the use o
sVeJlcate wais
Worth up
to $25, at
T7A TV T7 T 77 1 M lETTO.
H ' II '
Some of our smartest, most up-to-date
long and short coat suits plain
colors and th fancy novelty mix
tures every one nicely tailored ex
tra special bargains.
Sterling Plate Silverware
Pearl handle Child Set, knife
fork and spoon. In faQ
fancy box, for ... .IO C
Sterling Plate Knives and
Forks, both knife
and fork for
Table Spoons and Dessert Wallace Bros, and W.
Rogers' make, choice, at, each
' W. A. Rogers' Coffee Spoons Six in box,
per set
Ivory Handle Child
Knife, fork and
Spoon, set
Oneida Co. Wild Rose rat
tern, knives, forks and ta
ble Spoons, all go f O '
at, each ..IC
New Handkerchief Dept.
To make all shoppers quickly familiar with our great
new handkerchief department we offer extra specials. '
Ladles' plain hemstitched, fine sheer quality
handkerchiefs, Mexican drawn work and em
. broldered edge also men's large size fine
all linen handkerchiefs regular 25c "
quality, at, each liCjC
Box Handkerchiefs Ladles and men's Initial -frvX. "
Initials six in a fancy box, at, . PA VV
' ,,,,. w W
Ladles' Hosiery Imported French lisle thread
full regular made blacks and fancies m
50c quality, at 0C
Christmas .Presents.
Buy early and avoid the rush. Our line Is complete. . '
The Moy er Stationery Co,
220 South Sixteenth Street.
hardship of this position can readily be
understood, and the trying circumstances
in which the young man finds himself can
not fail to win the sympathies of all; but
the author's denoument is most logical
and reasonable and puts to shame those
historical novels which sacrifice reason to
The story has great merits of sincerity.
simplicity and originality. It ' abounds in
the riches of Canadian tradition, folk-lore,
and perished customs, and depicts a beau
tiful and gracious life, a life of family de
votion, and chivalry and courage. ' Pub
lished by I C. Page oV Co.
There will be one of Myra Kelly's stories
of East Side child life in the Christmas
Century. "Star of Bethlehem." the tale of
a little Jew's last Christmas; with illus
trationsone in tint by Jay llambiidge.
A book of travel which has recently been
published 'by Dodd. Mead tc Co., la "The
Silken East, a Record of Life and Travel
in Burma," by V. C. Boott O'Connor,
comptroller of Aasam. ' The volume sums
up the results of the author's observations
during a great many years of active
service there.. The book is at the same
time scientific and popular. It is both an
exhaustive and authoritative work on the
natural features of the country and the con
dition of the people, and also, by reason of
its excellent description and lively nar
ratlve a book of Interest' to the general
reader! The book Is fully Illustrated.
A new kind of tribute to a book has
recently been paid by a New . Torker to
Booth Tarklngton's "The Beautiful Lady."
McClure-PhlUlps were called upon for a
apare cover of that , volume In order that
the red and gold title might be attached
to the applicant's motor car. Here Is a
new consideration for authora In naming
their stories: Will the title fit an auto
mobile? ;
"Where the Sporttnan Loves to Linger."
is one of the late publications of the J. S.
Ogllvle Publishing company. The book
describee the three moat popular canoe
trips In Maine, the Allagash.. the East and
west Branches of the Penobscot. It will
be illustrated with seventy-six pictures
taken along the route. The author is O.
Smith Stanton of . New York, a son of
Elisabeth Cady Bunton. The narrative.
which is an Intereatlng and amusing- one,
begins In New Tork and brings the trav
eler back to New Tork again. ,
The Menace of Prlvileae: X Sturtv rt
the Dangers of the Republic from the Ex
istence 01 a ravored uiaas." la the full
title of Henry George, ir.'u, new book.
puouanea OV the alacmlllan Co. The
volume ia a brief, nlaln. direct'
tlon of the great problems, aimple and
i-ompiex, mat are lining In' the United
States and omnloualy Dreaelna- for solution
In particular Mr. George takea up such
suojecis aa the cause of the .rtr.,...
dlnary Inequality In the distribution of
weaun. me rise of class feelina. the
growth of the aristocratic Idea, the rise
ui a militant trade unionism and the
deepening corruption' of politics.
Above booka at lowest retail nria
Matthews. 123 South Fifteenth street.
M'atcUes-Krenxer. laiti and IXxJg.
l SXSSMg-jJ.fc ". mi '""jii niM 111 'J'i'nlfl'ii
The Stylish Street or Dress Shoe for
Young- Men's Wear this season la the
Button made of Patent Colt. Gun
Metal Calf and Wax Calf-Potay and
Drop Toe Military Heel Single or
Double Sole.
OUR PRICE $3.50.
The Young- Man who Is particular
about his Footwear will appreciate
these Shoes.
Send for catalogue.
DrexelShoe Co.
1419 Faruam Si.
f. TWM If3
M I " VA
U 1L
Only 15 Shopping Days 'till Christmas .
A Handsome Mid-Winter Showing of Attractive &nd Us-to-D&te
Hats. Priced About
Hats that are f rush and full of style strictly to the
minute tor street and evening wear. 2nd Floor.
Dry Goods Section Thursday
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fl.OO All SIlKCrrpf di Chine, the beautiful, soft, clinging Quality that
makes up so prettily for evening dresses, waists and neck scarfs
24 Inches wide. In a full range of light and dark shades CO
Thursday ssle a yard DJC
25 pieces of dainty light Silk. In all new pompadour and printed warp
novelties, for evening waists and fancy work Silk In this lot 7 r
worth up tp $1.50 yard Thursday sale a yard 3C
The Best Black Bilk Bargains Ever Offered In Omaha 10 pieces 27
inch Black, Taffeta, for waists, dresses, petticoats, linings or trim
mings this Is one of the best $1.26 Black Taffetas In the market
every yard guaranteed. ., We will sell ten pieces only Tours- Qfl
dsy at a yard k ... . OtC
...Pi6068 '16-lncn Black Peau de Sole, for waists and dresses. This
wik nas tne much sought for BOft chiffon finish full 36
Inches wide and sold everywhere at $2 yard Thursday sale
Guarantor! Black Taffeta 36 Inches wide
$1.25 grade at a yard '.91.00
$1.50 grade at a yard .$1.19
$2.25 grade at a yard .f 1.50
Umbrellas A Useful Christmas Gift Handsome pearl handle Um
brellas, sterling silver and gold trimmings. ' sterling silver tipped,
natural wood handles, all silk and silk and linen covers ? aa
styles to suit all prices $10.00 down to J.UU
Handsome Hair Ornaments Shell and Amber Side and Back Combs
and Back and Side Comb Sets gold band and brilliant stone 1 A A
settings, huge variety of styles prices from $6 down to I.UU
Christmas Hosiery Beautiful silk embroidered All Silk Hose 1 f
for.ladles price, per pair, from $5.00 down to. , . . .,,, J
Christmas Handkerchief OfTers Ladies' Handkerchiefs, pure linen
hand embroidered initial, hemstitched, embroidered and embroidery
borders and fine lace Insertion trimmed Handkerchiefs. is
worth from $5c to 75c each all go Thursday each. ! WC
A Useful Gift to Children Plain hemsitched Linen Handker- 1 f?
chiefs, colored borders, put up 3 to a box special a box I JC
Odd Pieces of Linens Tray Cloths and Carving Cloths at 60c made
of fine satin damask and hemstitched all around, and of Xin
I1?611 wlth three r0W8 of drawnwork regular price CA
65c and 75c each at only , ..... . . 50c
Lunch Cloths and Sideboard Scarfs Made of fine satin damask and
i1,08 do"bl hemstlch all around regular f A A
price $1.60 and $1,75 each only T . . . . ... LOO
China. Section
Good, Sensible Christum Pres
ents from Onr Larse Assortment.
Prices Rla-hti 7'
DINNER ShiT-Whether Havlland
, China. .English or American Por-
relain-snrlr-wi lowest ever quoted.
MO-piece SKIS AS Jc ra
LOW AJB.C4J.. 0.98
And up to ao,v Fine line ttn
from 18) down to....:,.. 3IU
f Jpm.nt 4U8t. arrlved-pretty, hand-
Hon Dishes, Bowls, Comports, etc.
Prices ,98c. . U.25, $1.60, $1.76, 11.90 up
o handsomelarce pieces Q qq
late Set, alz cups and saucers 1 fit
Jug- to match, full eet for.... leOS
Only twelve of .these,
rEPPERS-Pretty red decorations,
nave aold all season at two e
for 26c; Thursday, two for IOC
Only two sets to a customer.
variety at the riht prices- 00
up from yOC
Ine article, pretty decorations Cups
and Saucers. Plutes. Trays, etc.. etc.
our 10c. ?5c. J0c and 75c Tablea. They
are wonderful bargains. Many pieoes
worth double. .
Big Grocery ;
Green Trading Stampa with thirst
TIU?neCapeeaVt.U:.Dter 25c
Tfor Cn" ennasee 'Tomatoes" 25g
for C nn'B8ea Wa Bejins 1 2
'?!if. i4; i2c
ThTty 2reen Trading- Stamps r
with 20 lbs. Granulated sSgar $l
Forty Green Trading Stamps "with
f."0" f " Bennett s CpT- t
tol Maple Syrup v I.OO
Twe.1ty ,?rn Trading SUmpe with
Mrrru".08!!:' 75 c
T?, ?reen Trading Stamps with
Thodsanda of NovelUea, each. . e
up from OC
Twenty Green Trading Stampa" "with
arge fancy box Marahmal- im
lows, vanilla flavored ........I3C
Flv; Green Trading Stamps with
glass Suit Case filled fi '
with candy lUC
A gas hiantle that instantly
lights by mere turning on of
gas A marvel . in the science
of illumination, 35c.
Crockery, 2d floor.
Toy B&.zaar,
in full twin
ort 2d Hoof.
Bring the
Little Folks.
. Stock of
in the West
VeT sm.. AA. H 4sM lA SBaMT.
AS. fV SW BH -
aa-i ifTssresnt iMirtlsssi It mLsrht
and then pay ua a small weekly or
mommy payment uum jw
out of debt. We loan en furni
ture. Pianos and other Chattels,
and we loan to aaiariea peopia
upon their own agreement to
J t r,,l..r
JMJ. uur crviua w .
and we always iry o pimmm.
aos a. itn st.
'Pbene OS.
iin iu uiiiuriuu
and Return via
Dec. 16th to 19th Inclusive
Pv t a pt'Q DENTAL
L. lAri Brooms,
My 1517 Douglas St
LcavcG; Omaha 6:00 P.
Arrives Chicago 7:30 A.
Dining Car Cervlc ,
(P) ' r A Mirror, Brush and Comb -'(f?)
'i In sterling silver would make a handsome gift for ' J t
, ady. ..We have some beautiful pieces in iSeite gonds. We" j
f yiT-rW also have them Id ebony and quadruple fJlate. Our store f v A
f 1 Is full of Christmas auggeaUona. Yeu could sneud a few if " X
1 I flf J minutes profitably In our store. Ixxik for the nam A f
- i8l Douglas St ' VJX
Great December Reduction
Sale 'n 0ur gty. Ctoak Department
Never before have we shown such an array of
handsome,, high tirade garments In our Annual Re
duction Ssle. Never before have we shown sueh
enticing values. ' . .
Handsome Suits, In, long Chesterfield, short jacket
and Eton styles, In great variety of line plain
and fancy mixed fabrics, worth tip to QQ
1 18. B0 December Sale price... 0JO
Women's Cravenettes, In the newest styles and col
ors, worth up to $15.00 Reduction - no
Sale price. . 0.1 O
New Swagger Costs,' from thfeo-qiiarter to stven
elghth length made of handsome fancy mixed
materials regular $12. SO values Q A A
Sale price ' O.U
925.00 Tailor Suits, in the new Eton and blouse ef
fects, come In plum, greens, cardinals, navy blue,
browns or black very special bar- f Q mt
gains at Reduction Sale price 10. J U
$50 Krimmer Coats 930.00
$35 Astrakhan Coats $24 0O
Women's 72-tnch Coney Scarfs, worth $5, at! .f2.98
$45 Near Seal Coats, with mink collar, cuffs and
revers at ... .f,S0.oo
Genuine Marten Scarfs worth SS at svi ou
Manufacturer's Stock of Silk Underskirts
Mx donarsndat"klrt CO'r" black-worth regularly up to y QQ
2 QH I " w""'8 Bklrts In newest A DQ
I stylefi. at 4,ytJ
I5.W Bilk Wtlstn, all colors.
Vw walking Skirts. latest ntyles, O OR Nw Clrcnlar Bklrtw. at $15.66; 7 en
n Omr JAlkAla rtstrles unl aaila tfblwvr ..... ........
stocks, worth un to tt.nn. t . ... . I.UU
Children Hear Skin Coats.
15.01) values, at fc-VCJ
Great Underwear
Every day has seen Increase of Interest
cannot afford to mles these special sales.
Ladles' All Wool Underwear In scarlet
all slaes. regular $1.60 values. e.
only, at, garment iut
Ladles' All Wool Union Butts Double
across chest, all sices, natural gray
only worth regularly $1.75 and no.
$2.o6-eale Price ..VOC
. $1.50 values, at
Women s Waists, worth regularly TOr
cnoice w
Flannelette Dressing Sacqucs
. worth 75c, at
Bargains Thursday v
in our December sale of Underwear.' Ton,
Ladles' Fleece Lined Union Butts Fine
ribbed, tailor cut. In tan or pure Crt-,
white, worth $1 and $1.60, at 76c, ft OUC
Ladles' Vesta and rants Ribbed, fleece
lined In gray, cream or black
special values, at $50c, 39c and.."''
11 slies, natural color regular 75c
Great December Grocery Sale :
The highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices Is always the word
at Hayden's. Save holiday money by buying your supplies here.
48-lb sacks fancy high patent Mlnne
sota Flour, nothing finer for family
use $1.25
10 bars best brand Laundry Soap. .25c
10 lbs. best granulated Cornmeal. .15c
6 lbs. best hand picked Navy Beans 25c
6 lbs. best Pearl Sago, Barley Farina
or Hominy 25c
6 lbs. choice Japan Rice 25c
Choice Cleaned Currants, per lb...0c
Fancy Muscatel Raisins, per lb.... 9c
Fancy Mulr Peaches, per lb. .. .12 He
Fancy Moor Park Apricots, lb 12 He
Choice California Prunes, per lb... 4c
The best Lemon, Orange or Citron
Peel, per lb 125
Fancy Full Cream Cheese. !b.,12H
Young American Cheese, per lb. 12 He
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers,. .Oc
Fancy sweet, Juicy Navel Oranges, per
dozen 12c
Fancy large, ripe Bananas, dos. .12 He
3 measures Fresh Roasted Peanuts 10c
New Colorado Honey, per rack. . . 10c
Bushel boxes of fancy Colorado Wine
Sap Apples 1.73
Fancy new Imp. Figs, per lb..... 13c
There is one office building in Omaha; that is
always warm in winter and cool in summer. There are
not very many offices vacant at the present time in
The Bee Biiilditiff
Among them, however, are some very choice small
offices,; which rent from $10 to '$18.; This price in
cludes electric light, heat, water and janitor service
and the advantage of being in an absolutely fire proof
building. If you want a comfortable office, see ui
before they, are all gone.
Re G. PETERS CO- , Rental Afeats.
' Ground Floor, Bee Building. . .
' . During the Holiday Season Tickets at one-",
and one-third fare for the round trip will' be 9
sold between points on the '
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Dates of sale are December 22, 23, 24, 25,
. ,. - 30and 31, 1905, and January 1, 1906. Return
1 limit January 4.
", These low. rates apply to all stations on the
4 'St. Paul Road" regardless of distance limit.
- ' Ask the ticket agent about rates and train serv-
ice, or write to
F. A. HASH, General Western Agent, :
... 1524 Farnara Street, Omaha, Neb.
Trunks, Traveling Bags, and Suit Cases
We have Jnst received a large shipment fer the noli
day trade which we are selling at way-down prices; alse
a lot of robes, horse blsakeU and all winter good.
, Harness. Saddles and Fancy Horn Goods.
Alfred Cornish & Co.
Fhone314 ' ; ' ItiO rotmom mtrt
No Headache, Nervousness or Insomnia
Cy3eira nWe Sgars
eeause Veu Are SmoklnjA Fine Selected Havana Tobee
and Which Haa Bcn Carefully an Profsrly Treated.