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Tire OMAHA DAILY BEE; TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26. 1005.
CHRISTMAS WITH CATHOLICS
Oreat Feitif 1 Celebrated with Chtrtctcr
iitie fcolemiitj in Omaha chnrchet.
THOUSANDS ATTEND ALL THE MASSES
From Parly Mnrnlna I nttl tilth Un
Unr trmlri of t nlthtnl (in
In Uorihlp Milnf of
Vith all Itio ririlHsnry r.f lirliT. lavish.
fip nf rirrirHtirin npd linpr .lvcn"s "f
rr'mnnlnl for wlilrh th I'lvjri h of Itnm
In rt"t'd Ihronchiiiit tli wcrld. tt Cntlmllf
chiirchs nf OitihIi.i rfnhrstd thr 'lirl.t.
mns fr-stlvnl. Hiirinntn nt T n'rlnck ill
tho motnlnc. and out InuirK until hi alt
noon, tho v.irlou prlti hur-ri s worn
flllrd fi th door itn rvor-rhsntfliK mul
titudes nf til- faithful.
Thfl hlKh mitn of rrjolrlnn ftrurk
from rlioir loft, imlpit nnd nll;ir. Pishop,
priests and flrHrons woto nrnivrd in thlr
bristliest vol innt nnd rritiis of yplondor
to do tlrvoioil honor to tho living Hon of
Ond. f'ontrastr-d u H t wrAth and frs
toons of grfn. wi'lf-prndlnif prrns als
and navs and Iran.-w-pl. wr hissing 1lhts
In myriad prof union. ni'i'tiw, harmony,
yy, hlfth nri'lalm of the Imninrulalrly ron
rrlved ltpi"i-m r p-rniritd all tlm shrln's
whpri"ln th children ' the old rhurrh
irsthered from darkest dawn to sun-brlirht-ned
I'nllhfnl bj HnnoVpds.
TTis faithful nnprnnrlied tho cnmmunton
rails nt the early masses virtually by the
rnr of hundreds. Singly, In twos, by
(Croups, of families, they reverently trod
the broad Hlnle. humbly received tho broad
if llfo and with elnspnd hands and down
cast eyes retired to nilent prayer and med
itatlon on tho Messed slucntflranre of tho
day. Children and iLriults renewed their
early vnwn dovotitly and with edifying
pioty. Mothers nnd daughters, fathers and
sons, stranger and ild parishioner alike,
gladdened tho hearts of pastors and gave
living example of their hearts." convictions.
Tho sight whs beautiful and the atmos
phere of tho whole proceeding frngrant
of th true r Unions spirit.
"Ho was incarnnto, born of tho Virgin
Mary, and was nmdo man."
So rang sweetly and dearly tho key
note from tho glndsnine throats of con
tralto, tenor. Foprano nnd bass, ns tho
rclobrnnts nf tho mass prostrated them
selves In lowly devotion before the Illum
inated and llnwer-hcdnckcd altars. "Venlto
Adornmus," In nil Its beauty of sentiment
and wealth of holy meaning, resounded
with swelling cadence through every
vaulted arch nnd filled listening souls with
tho benlson and living hope from far
across the aces.
Hlalioii anil Parish.
Blxhop In the diocesan cathedral nnd
pastor In parish church took delight In
reciting HKaln the ROsncl lesson of tho
world-stlninif event that transpired In tho
manger of tlie aiable attached to tho Inn
In ancient Juilia when C'at-xar had ordered
tho trreat census.
"Not In tho whole range of tho rospel,"
aald Father HronxKecat at St. John's. "Is
there a more beautiful scene pictured;
none more sublime or filled with a. grander
promise. As the hhepherda kept tho lonely
nlKht watches on tho hills they llttlo.
lrcamed of the wondrous favor they were
to receive. But their hearts were, filled
with peace that a Kood conscience never
falls to bring and In speechles wonder
they received the glad tidings of great
Joy. They heard tho vital, glowing mes
sage, and they lieheld a multitude of the
heavenly host, glory on glory. T(jey heard
a new song sang for tho flrta time on earth
that first Christmas night.
"Happy, thrice happy shepherds, to whom
the anpel message was given that after
4.000 yours of waiting a Savior was bom
who would Hweep uwuy the misery and
the wretchedness of si hopeless world: who
would undo the work of the serpent.
"The work of a divine Redeemer Is a liv
ing fact today, for all the people of the
world. Jesus Is the same today, yesterday
and forever; a Savior for those who have
gone before and for those who are to come
Heaven's Must Copious Crares.
"May heaven's most copious graces and
most bounteous blessings come to all with
the advent of this new ChrlHtmas; may
the loving greetings of friends be fulfilled
In most generous measure."
At. St. John's the officiating priests at
the 6 o'clock mass were: Celebrant, Rev.
M. P, Dowling, S. J.; deacon. Rev. M.
Bronsgetst, B. J.; subdeacon, P. Ixmiasnev,
Low masses were celebrated at ti, 7, 8
and 9 o'clock. At the solemn high mass
at 10;JO the officiating clergy were: Cele
brant, Rev. M. Bronsgeest, 8. J.; deacon,
Rev. D. J. Curran, 8. J.; subdeacon, M.
Mllllgan, 8. J. The sermon was preached
by Father Klnsella, 8. J.
Bishop Hcannell sang the pontifical high
mass at 81. I'hllomena's cathedral In honor
of the birthday of the Savior at 6 o'clock.
Tho assistant priest at the bishop s throne
was Very Rev. William Kelly; deacons of
honor, Father M. luersmau. 8. J., and
Father William Kearns; deacon and sub
deacon. Fathers James W. Klcnson and P.
J. Troy, 8. J.
Tho bishop delivered the sermon. Illumi
nating the deep meaning of the holy na
tlvitj, mill nt its close gladdened the hearts
of tho hushed multitude of worshipers with
the papul bli'fcsing. The music consisted
nf the choral mass in C and was superbly
rendered by the Junior choir, the clear
vnt- aerentiis'lng tho tirmonl mnt
4 the Cathedral.
A ' tho solemn high m at 10 t t.
Fhtlonins s Rrv. William Kesrns roe
brant Ho was assisted by Rt. Rv. Mirr.
Colanerl as dosron and Rev. R. T,. Mc
Namara as subdeseon. Father Ptetison was
mastrr of ceremonies and preached an ef.
fortive srmon. of which the keynote ws
optlmlst'o Christianity. The full senior
rhoir added Impressiveness to tho service,
slnglna Mario's Messe Rolenollo. Solemn
benedl'tlon of the blessed sarrament eon
rltided the ceremonies at St. rhltomena's.
A signal orchestra astted at tho hlKh
mass at Ft. Mary Magdalen's In all the
other Catholic churches, both In Omaha
and South Omaha, in Benson and tn Flor
enr. tl.ere were masses almost every hour
from A o'clock o in. 3f. Tho edifices were
taxid to their utmost to nceonimodate the
Very few nf the Jesuit r fathers wro st
home at Crelghton college Christmas day.
Father Copus preached at Boatrlco. Father
O Kelley at Columbus. Father O'Connor at
Unooln. Others sang tho masses at various
local convents, Father Ryan for the poor
Clares. Father Cun-an at the Oood Shep
herd's. Father Luersman at iho Cass Street
Father Strltch officiated st Creston. la
Father McNeivs st Missouri Valley. Father
Whelan at Floux City. Father Conahan at
Council Bluffs and Father Rlggo was at
while Carl Roller will answer to the rail
1T1. a long as both aro in good standing.
AntJ while the boys were, dispensing these
Christmas greetings W. S Falduff sent
them over enough randy to last them far
Into tho night. H was one glorious dsv
for tho newsboys and no one objected
when No. fiS cleared up his platter and
made a fetnt to get away and land on an
other full plate. The boys said ho meant
no discourtesy, rut tt was Just way ho
h.id when hungry.
ai.vannii tRMV FF.rn tiik ronn
rrorlslons Vent Out In Baskets and
hnes (.Iven 4Trn.
Trohably the largest charity of t,ho day
was that of the Salvation Army, which
organisation has the most perfect nrrnnt"
ments of nny charitable worker for reach
ing the deserving poor of the city. Over
20ji postal cards were sent out notifying
families to call nt the barracks -m Seven
BUSINESS RECORDS BROKEN
Tra Largeit in Omaba pfr Kaown by
Bisr Retail MerciUa's.
good The Atkltis orchostrn furnished the
instrumental music and the chorus sing
ing by the Infant classes was exceedingly
I un mo conclusion of the pioatam a real
. live 8nti clans put In an atipearsnce,
) the church was darkened and the Christ.
, mas tree ws brilliantly lighted with the
SUPPLY NtT EQUAL TO THE DEMAND 1 "n' '-mored electric siohes After the
1 song. "natter Atoind tho Christmas
Tree.'' by tl.o school, every child present
was ptesent.d with a box of candy and
numerous presents were distributed by
Santa, Clans from the Christmas tree.
The affair throughout was a brilliant
success and the crrdlt for its achievement
i is duo to S iperliitendent Cirmlchaei and
' Mrs. H. J. KlrschstHn. assisted by Miss
Davis, one of the teachers. These were
1 aided by nil the teachers. In f ict. and
all are entitled to a share of the glory
. for the happy Christmas festival.
Some (ases sales 1 moon
One II a nil red Trr tent Increase
Oter Those of .ast
H was the largest Christmas trade In the
history of Omaha, say dealers tn all lines
of b islness.
They tell one story; the crowds that
swarmed their stores vre so largo that
THKATKI1 I'KIIPM! KN.IOV 4 FK 4 ST
ll was almost Impnssjhic to tiike ciro of
teenth and Davenport streets and ircelve them, and tl.ey bought sucn a .imntlty of
a basket of provisions. In these haskets Konds that stocks were sadly depleted, j len of the 4 nodn a rd stork Company
were provisions for a fajnlly of :1e, con-: Many stores, the n;;, naf rs of which j F.ntertnln Women,
slsting of a chicken or a ham. celery, po-j thought they laid In a generous supply of ! The men of the Woodward Stock com
tatoes. apples, coffee, sugar, half a pound Roods, found ther stocks gone in some pany. playing at the Btirwood theater,
of butter, two loaves of bread nnd two "nP" a rtay pr ,wo before the end of the gave a Christmas dinner to tho women
cans of fruit or vegetables. season. Christmas gooris of all descrlp- of the cimpnny and other guests at the
The hams were tho gift of tho "T. IV ,,on" wrr'" la''K"ely sold out.
A." One hundred loaves of bread were;- The percentage of increase over last
sent by an Invalid woman who has not I '"' business Is variously estimated by
left her home for five years and who also ,h" retailers at :5 to V' The latter est
solicited another 100 loaves by phono. ! """ ' "V Jewelers, who sj.y thoy
Ouv Barton sent T.n and A. Mohler $10 ! nPVr K"w a pcpl" hid so
and many other generous presents were . m'" " mr !'Pr"t Inr "" '"" J''oi.
Henshaw list night nf'er the performance
of "The Christian." The appointments
were tasteful and novel, one of the prll
vato dining rooms being used. A special
men't had been prepared for the occa
sion. Olfts were exchanged between the
players and the affair made Into a most
AiT4 f1.4lS VIMT THF. ICK
f.ood saint Mek Olspels doom of
Christmas services were held Sunday nft
ernoon at Clarksnn hospital. When the
children awoke yesterday morning a beau
tiful tree was lighted and a present for all
was found n have been left by Santa Clnus.
A splendid Christmas dinner was served at
12:30. with pHm pudding and all of tho
delicacies whi he patients were permit
ted to enjoy.
Santa Cla.is was most generous at tho
Methodist Kpiscopa! hospital. Ho remem
bered all of the nurses and tho nice things
which were sent In by loving friends of the
Institution were more than double In
amount any previous year. AH former
nurses of the Institution were Invited in
snd a general Jollification was hold. The
tree was lighted at 6:S0 and presents were
fourd for nil.
Tho Presbyterian hospital receives . pri
vate patients, and Miss Graham, tho head
nurse, suid Santa Claus never did remem
ber them as well as ho did the hospitals j
which were doing charity work. The
nurses, however, and the patients all re
ceived some nice presents and a Christmas
dinner was enjoyed by all. The Swedish
hospital reported nothing special was done
for Christmas. At the Central hospital the
nurses and all the patients were remem
bered, a tree was loaded with presents and
a Christmas dinner was served to patients
At the Wise Memorlul hospital dinner
was served and an effort made to make the
patients feel the Joy of the season as much
as possible. Nothing especial was done at
the other hospitals except that a good din
ner was served and those away from home
were made to feel the Christmas spirit.
St. Joseph's hospital hiut midnight serv
ices at which Right Rev. John Jennettn
was celebrant. At 5 and tt o'clock there
was morning services for those unable to
be at the midnight service. Vespers were
read at 4 p. in. Santa Claus was good and
nt the Christmas tree, which was lighted
at 8 o'clock Frank Dunlop acting as Santa j
Claus all putioiits who were able to come
out were permitted to see the tree, pa
tients were given slips with numbers on.
and as their numbers were called received
a present. The sisters said Santa was good
to the Internes and sisters.
ygj 1 tii v-i.is- 01 c."i HUM i t-n u m. iiiiiiiiirr j nwppy ruiniiiiitiiiMi in v uncMnmn. Among
Two trees were lighted at tho Armoriy ' of 'oft-'" dealers would make tho general the guests rr Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bur-
last nlKht at It o'clock, when 2W pairs of """"" I"r ' fess. who were oui 01 me city una nur-
shoes were given to girls of the city, to.
gether with candy, nuts, an orange, an
apple and a toy to all children who at
tended. Today clothes will be given to
many, Including warm, new ,'loaks for
girls and new underwear for boys.
A large share of the money for theso
gifts were raised on tho streets, although
considerable was contributed by generous
people of the city. Major Galley and
Corp Officer Adjutant Johnson wish to
thank tho public for the Interest it has
taken In the work of the Salvation Army.
A feature generally noted s that a better rled homo to Omaha especially to be pres-
grndo of gooda has been sold than usual, j ent at the dinner.
Many merchants credit tho largest part
of the Increase In their business tn tho
salo of high class articles.
J. E. Paum of the Bennett Company
There Is only ono way to describe the busl-
Itemembers the Xennlpoi .
H. li. Peters, landlord of the Merchants
hotel, did a graceful thing Christmas day
by presenting to every newsboy caller a
AT PF.OPl.E'S BAR
Mu ss: Wo were simply swamped. Our j 2C-rpnt piece. The "newsies soon caught
i Christmas stock was all cleaned up. I ' n to Landlord Peters' liberality and they
' estimate tho Increase over last year at , brought their brothers and cousins. The
; about M per cent. One thing that struck . result was that upward of JJ") In quarters
mo was that tho people bought more high : 'a distributed before the youngsters would
grade goods than ever before.
Business Is Doubled.
Albert Edholm Our business was double
what It was last year. Tills is not a guess,
but our books show It: It was impossible
for us to care for all the trade, and many
persons went away without having been
Nearly every bit of stock
Christmas comes but once a year at
the people's bar, the same as it comes 1 waited upon
at other places, though not quite In the we bought especially for Christmas has
same manner. Nevertheless the spirit of ' been disposed of. I never saw anything
HAPPY D.AV FOR TIIK XKWSBOYM
Grand Feast, (iood Words and Theater
Party Cheer Them.
Nowhere did the real Christmas spirit
prevail yesterday more than at the news
boys' dinner given at the Chesapeake res
tautant on Howard street, at which covers
were laid for LVi of the little fellows.
Good cheer ran riot and from the time
Mogy gathered the little ones off the
streets and marshalled them Into the home
on Farnam street until the curtain rang
down on the last act at the Orpheuin It
was ono grund, hilarious time. The dinner
which was sandwiched in between a sere
nade given Home Miller and the theater
party tendered the boys by Carl Hotter,
consisted of those things that little fellows
"like so well and so seldom get."
To show that they were not a haughty
set just because there was enough money
In the association treasury to give the
dinner the chaps marched in a body to the
Iler Grand hotel and by making noises
peculiar to newsboys succeeded in diverting
Rome Miller from hts dinner table, and
he came forth and made them a talk.
But Mr. Miller was not satisfied with that.
He followed the boys back to the restau
rant, und when one little urchin said "let's
give some presents." and the little fel
lows began to chip In their pennies, a
great big tear dropped down tho big man's
check and he remembered that he, loo.
was once a newsboy. Then he told the
boys he was never so happy In ull his
The presents consisted of boxes of candy
and they were sent with the compliments
of the boys to Mrs. Draper Smith, Mrs.
Rome Miller and Mrs. W. J. Rroatch. But
that was not all the Joy theso coming
magnates dispensed. They elected W. J.
Burgess and Carl Relter honorary members
of the club and presented each with a
badge which entitles lii'11 tn sell papers
on the streets. Mr. Burgess will hero
Rftcr bo known to the boys as No. loj,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not a simple
cough syrup. It is a strong medi
cine, a doctor's medicine. It cures
hard cases, severe and desperate
cases. Especially good in bronchitis,
pleurisy, consumption. Ask your own
doctor all about it. v
We have no secrets! We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
1 hr t. . Oa.. Wvatk Mass.
im i KAIC TIOOK-Far tfta hair. ATU'I Flli for soMtipatlaa.
aTU'aAAAPAULlA-Vgttkio. AlSJt't 0B CVft- auiana
"Peace on earth and good will toward
all men" found Its way Monday morn
ing into the police court room and had a
softening influence on the hearts of those
who from day to day throughout the year
have come in close touch with the sordid
side of life.
Police Magistrate Berka was rather late
getting to court Christmas morning, but
when ho did arrive his sunny presence
permeated the court room. The Judge
walked from his home to court, meditat
ing along tho way on lh Jys of living
and of the present prosperity ot the com
monwealth. The Judge is an optimist
through and through. He believes In
looking at the good as well as the
bad side of a man.
The morning's session of court lasted
just two minutes and forty-five seconds,
during which tlmo thirty-six offenders
were discharged and tuld to sin ;io more.
The bunch was lined up before the Judge,
who, with a wave of his official arm, pro
nounced the discharge and offered a Yule-
tido blessing to all. Many offered, "Thank!
Only those who were charged with seri
ous offenses were retained in the city Jail
for hearing in police court Tuesday morning-
Hugo Brandcls Our store had more peo
ple in it and sold more goods than ever
before In its history. We will havo to
carry over scarcely a single Christmas ar
ticle. Every toy we had in stock was
Mr. Brandt of Orchard & Wilhelm We
had a bigger Christmas stock than ever
before and after the Christmas trade was
over it was lower than wver before at this
time of year. The sale In regular lines
has been enormous. 1 should say the In
crease In business was 50 per cent.
P. B. Myers, President of the Myers
Dillon Drug Coiniwny Saturday was the
second largest day in the history of our
store, the largest being one day of the
previous week. The business of the whole
season was enormous.
Hayden Bros., Brownlng-Klng. Berg
Swanson, the Nebraska Clothing company,
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. and other large
stores declared the Christmas business was
the best they had ever had.
pastor n win: rkmbmbkhki
Hot. and .Mrs. K. omMc Smith Re
At tho conclusion of the Christmas ex
ercises held In the parlors of the First
Methodist church Saturday night the Rev.
K. Comblo Smith was presented with an
elegant gold watch, suitably engraved,
anil Mrs. Smith, his wile, was presented
with a beautiful case of silver, presenta
tion speeches being made by T. H.
Welrich, superintendent of the Sunday
This surprise to Dr. and Mrs. Smith
came nt the close of a very successful
program Riven by the members of the
Sunday school, under the direction of V.
W. Conkllng, chorister and assistant super
intendent. It was a "giving" Christmas
service, and as each class was given an
opportunity It responded with such gifts
as the members brought with them, the
total being measured by the wagon loud.
On Christmas day these gifts were dis
tributed among the needy people of the
DOIIM.I: 1 KI.KIIR TlO. OF THF. DAY
IKFOHTl V4TF. ARK RENUMBERED
spirit of the Times Penetrates City
and C'onntjr Jalla.
Because a man Is In Jail it is not be
lieved by the authorities that he should
not partake of the holiday spirit, at least
to some extent. So far as the amenities
of the law will permit all prisoners at the
city nnd county Jails shared in the en
joyment that was so general on the other
side of the prison bars.
Chicken, turkey, roast pork, cold slaw,
mnshed potatoes, toffee, pie and fruit
comprised the menu offered at the city
Jail to about forty prisoners. The dinner
was served at about 3 p. ni.
At the county jail Jailor Roach had 115
on his Christmas guest list, to whom ho
fed turkey, cranberry sauce, celery, fruit,
rider and cigars. Tlie post prandial ex
ercises were entirely in the hands of tho
North Side Christians Have Concert
and Christmas Tree.
The North Side Christian church at
Giant und Twenty-sixth streets gave two
Christmas entertainments, the first being
a Christmas concert by the choir Sunday
evening which was very largely attended
and well rendered, with Mw, C. A. Man
gum and Mr. II. C. Johnson as soloists, as
sisted by a choir of sixteen voices. The
chorus work was of 'an exceptionally high
order. The rccessibnul, "Jerusalem the
Golden," with Mrs. Robert E. Brader, vio
lin; Miss Edith Ewer's, pluno; Mr. Robert
K. Brader, bass viol, ami Mrs. 11. J.
Kirschstcln us organist and dirrvtor, was
an exceptionally fine number.
The" second entertainment was the Christ
mas tree festlvul given for the children of
the Sunday school Christmas night. . The
church was very prettily decorated with
evergreen wreulhs, holly and festoons of
colored paper chains, with Christmas bells
and mottoes appropiluto to the Christmas
occasion. The clilcf feature of the decora
tions was a large Christmas tree beauti
fully decorated and lighted by small col
ored Incandescent lamps. The program
was of a musical and literary character,
the participants being members of the Sun
day school. Some of the youngsters were
overcome with timidity und forgot their
pieces, but that gave est to the enter
tainment. Most of them were well given
and the musical numbers were especially
Ul baaa usd by Wiltons
WBOlr for dlsrrtiisa.
TWKMTT.riTE CCNTa A JIOTTLC
It oor.hs ths eaild, softou die
tola for 1
Birtna f-Tl A fry n
all p&la. our wtcd eollo, and Is tu b-a I
ms, snarl 1
The newest and most popular
shoe for woruen'B wear this winter
Is the GIX METAL CALF. It's a
dull finish calf leather, made lu
button and Blucher cut; new drop
toe, full extension sole, extra or
medium military heel.
llnn't lvnv vonr winter shoes
H till you see it.
1 1419 Faruara Si.
Of us on Furniture. Pianos, and
other chattels, or on your salary
without mortgage if you are per
manently employed. we can
give you the money on the
shortest possible notice and let
you return It to us In weekly
or monthly payments to
suit your convenience. Tou
will find us consistent in
all our dexflngs.
SOS So. ih Street.
' 1517 Douglas St.
JIXOTTA OBSERVED BY SWEDE
Early Morning gervleo Held at
dwedlah Methodist Church.
A Christmas service, dear to the hearts
of Swedes everywhere, because It takes
them hark in memory to their youth and
their native land, is the service called
"Julotta." It was observed Christmaa
morning at 8 80 at tho Swedish Methodist
church. The Swedish people, Methodists
and all other denominations, rsme from
al parts of the city and the little church
was full. It was the first Christmas cel
ebration In the new church, which has
but recently been completed. The most
beautiful part of the service was the sing
ing of tho Christmas hymn of the poet
Wallln, so common in Sweden that it
might well be known as the national
Christmas hymn. Rev. Peter Munson
preached a short sermon.
PRACTICAL SORT OF SAXT.l CI.AIS
Good Maa fleana and Clothes Little
One urchin from the Third ward la a
happy child this ChristmasUde.
Plrty-faced and ragged he was led into
the Young Men's Christian association
building by a big. kindly-looking man.
''I'd like very much to give Toung Amer
ica a bath," aald the big escort.
He was told that It would be no trouble
at all. The young man who gave htm a
towel and showed htm the way to the bath
wondered what waa In the big bundle the
man carried under his arm.
In about fifteen minutes the boy waa lad
down stairs with shining face and clean
hands, and rigged out In a bran new auit,
shoes, stockings and all. The unconven
tional Bants Claus was too modest ta let
his Identity fee known.
Thai Man' Trua Specialist
Doctors for Men !
If we could but see and treat all men
when the first symptoms show them
selves there would soon be little need
(or so-called specialists In chronic dla
eases, ana tuere wuuid be few men
seeking a rejuvenating til their phy
siuai. uienUU uuu seauoi powers, and
mere would be none marked with the
indelible stamp of constitutional
hypnilis, and the sufferers from
VAh:oCELE. GLEET, TRICTURE.
Klai.v and UuuUler JjUeaaea would be
reuueed to a uummuin. Hut aa lung
as MEN continue to disregurd the
golden adage, "A stitch lu time saves
nine," and continue to neglect thein
sutvea or to exercise lnditfcience or
poor judgment in securing tbe right
treatment at tbe outset. Just so long
will there be multitudes of chrome
Ma siaks mm BaialcatliaaT statements nnamsiaessiiae proposi
tion to the amjoted, neither da wa promise to ear them la m te
daya. nor offer cheap, worthless treatment ta order to aeenre their
patronage. Hoaeat doctors ot recognised ability do sol resort to
saeh methods. Wm gmarantee a perfect, aafo mm lasting; en re la tbe
nteaest popselblo tlmo, wit heat leaving iajnrloos after aCeete la
the system, aad at tho lowest east possible for hoaest, skill fal
and aneeeaefnl treatment.
rprr Consultation I If you cannot call write for symptom bjanh.
TILL mam Ksamlnalloa I Office Hours a. m. to p.m. Sundays. IV to 1 only.
1808 Farnam Street, Between lSUi and 14th ritreeta, Omaha, Neb.
I m potency.
KIDNEY and URJNART Disease
and all Diseases and WeaJuieasea of
MEN due to evil habits of youth,
abuses, excesses or the result of neg
lected, unskilled or Improper treatment
of spnclnc or private oli
A WttK OF
TUB RELIABLE! ITORK.
Great Annual After Christmas Half
Price Sale of Women's Garments
Beginning nt P n. m. Tuesday re will
offer our entire stock of Ladies' Coat a
and Suits at just half their regular price.
None will bo sold before ! o'clock.
2,500 Handsome Coats-700 Stylish Suits
Tho largvst stork of women's outer
garments ever shown at this season of
the year, nearly all absolutely new good
received within the last 10 days.
Tlie greatest sale Omaha has ercr
known. $1.00 will do the work of $2.00.
All font that sold up to rifht dollars f C
(to at, cholrp
$11.00 ConL Inhandsoine fancy mixed materials
with loose back ami vel vet collar, all 4 5 C Zfl
Inch length. 100 Karnients to select from . V
$11.00 Coat In hamlsomo fancy mixed materials
fancy mixed fabrics and newest styles O C A
175 garments to select from, at, choice. V
Twenty Dollar Alice Iloosrvelt Touts Clrt
verv handsome garments, at W1U
TOO Stylish Coats In plain kerseys, broadcloth and fancy J "J C A (T C
mixed materials, regular $25 and $:10 values, at kmm,0l'm9
no Opera Coats and Wraps ro at just half price. All Suits at Half.
$12.50 Suits now $0.25 $25.00 Suits now $12.50
$18.00 Sutis now $0.00 $30.00 Bulta now SIS.on
Extraordinary Specials for Tuesday
100 Silk Suits that sold up to eighteen dollars
will be Bold at, choice
175 Silk I'ndersklrts In all colors, left over from last week's
sale, $5.00 and $6.00 values, at, choice
,$4.(0, $5.00 and $6.00 Walking Skirts 300 garmeuts to select from
the greatest lot ever shown in Omaha special Tues
day, at, choice
Special SMes on Children's Coats, Ladies' Furs, Waists, etc., will be an
nounced later. Watch daily papers.
DRY GOODS SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY
150 pieces of new style 36 Inch Flannelette, the regular 16c grade, will
go on sale at, a yard OC
Velvet finish cotton Velour, extra heavy for kimonos, wrappers, etc., T'r
the 19c grade, will go in this sale, at i 2
Closing out all broken lots of Linen Table Covers, Napkins, Dollies,
Bureau Scarfs, etc., at very low prices.
50 pieces of white walstlngs. ranging In price from 25e to 59o, will be placed
on sale at 2 p. m. For the remainder of the day will r
go at, per yard XUC
WOOL DRESS GOODS
In order to make room for Spring Wash Goods we will close out all of Cffin
our 4 9c and 59c Wool Dress Goods In this department, at. per yard. . OCi
25 pieces of Priestley's Black English Dress Goods, ranging In price from $1.00
to $3.00 a yard, will go on sale at 3 p. m. and will be sold for P0
the remainder of the day al. per yard OJL
Fifty Extra Specials In the Domestic Room.
Be sure and attend these sales.
SUGAR. SUGAR. SUGAR. .
TCKSDAV VK WILL SELL 22 POUNDS PUKE CANE GRANULATED Q 1
SI' GAR FOR Ol
We have made arrangements with the Louisiana Sugar Refining Co., the
largest In the world, to sell their sugar for them In Omaha. This is absolutely
pure cane sugar. Remember Hayden's always save you nionoy. 1
will mako life worth living
at your house. He will look
after the furnace,
carry out the ahes,
shovel the walks, do
all the things you
dislike doing you-self.
"Oh, if I only could fin
young man like that," y
say. Nothing easier. P
a want ad In The Bee
one. There are lots
young fellows looking for
chance to work for a llttl
extra out of hours, or
m,000 Real Circulat
of Iv LnrfTKxLri
The National Highway
Is Tla "THE OVERLAND ROITE." If you
contemplate a trip to this pleasure seeker's para
dise, this route offers you the highest degree
of comfort and luxury with no additional cost and
a great saving of time and expense.
Be sure your ticket reads over the
Two meals quicker to San Francisco than via any other rout
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