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THE OMATtA' DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2J. 1008.
BIDDERS FOR COUNTY; BONDS
Some Figuring Necessary to Decide
Which it the Beit.
STATE MAKES AN OFFER OF PAR
Others Oiler Prrmlim. but Conditions
la.ae Differ In, t rh
laataarr Award lie
Liacolrt Office Omaha. Bee
518 Little Bvildirfg -
Auto PKtne 7417. Bell A-259S
G. M. Porter, Manager.
day leased the New Burwood hotel, oper
a ted li"re by the Kentner Hotel company
since last April. He will isume charge
nrxt Monday. '
.Five bida for tlif entire laaue and two
blda for a part of llie Iswua of th Sl,0n.(i0
of 4 per cent court house bonds wt-re
opened by the ISoard of County Commis
sioners Isst night and referred to the com
mittee of the whole, for tabulation, the
awarding of the Mils to be maile at W
o'clock this morning, Uids on the Issue
were opened about nipt wecka ago, but the
two recolvid at that time were held until
last night. fwlicn aontei-riiore were received.
The complicated form of contract In
volving the deferred time of IhsuIiik the
bonds and the taking up of them and the
Intcrcat Involved, whether belonging to the
county or lo the purchaser, made It ad
visable to deter the awarding on the bonds
until tne varloua blda could be gone Into
tare.ully. The,, five bids f r llie wholj
Issue are aa fallows: . .,
' Slate of Nebraska, par.
K. M. Kolllne at Bon. Chicago, premium
N. W. Ilalaev. C'IiIchso, premium of $3.9"10.
, McDonald. McCov & Co.. Chicago, par.
Ices attorney'a ftes.
p. J. Bolger; Karaon. Son A lo.. and
American Trust & Savings bank, Chicago,
premium of ia'. , : , .
I hanre for Home Klavnrlnar.
On the face of the bid It would appear
that the Rolling -offer was the beat, but
this may not prove to be the cam; on
account of the nat'lre, tit the bid. Whllo
the' Rollins' firm bid' s!' premium of $7,777,
all. tne bonds must be Iwued at once, and
be' bid being "flat- -IHo company would
get the benefit of. the accrued Interest.
On th .'Blhor- hnd. Uolgcr- and associ
ated firm arnj Halsey, while offering
lowtr premiums, leave It optional with the
county aa to whether all tho bonds shall
be Issued at once , or at 'future dates. As
all the inonev wflT Hot be needed for two
or three years, . the . oounty could iwve
money by Issuing bonds 'from time to time
as needed, clipping Its own coupons and
saving the Interest, which would otherwise
go to the purchaser.
The bid of the state Of Nebraska at par
gives the county the privilege -of Issuing
th bonds when It chooses. : .
The McDonald bid la w,;par proposal, but
this firm wishes to deduct the fees of, Its
attorney for looking up the status of the
county and the legality pf the. bonds. This
proposal Is therefore tha poorest of the
lot. : , '
The partial bids were made by the Wood
men of the World of Omaha and by N. . W.
llaalcy A Co. of Chicago. The Woodmen
o ft he World bid par on an issne-of 10O.0iK),
delivery to be- made March ,1, 1909. , The
Ilaaley bid Is forj 1000,000, present or future
delivery, at a premium of 11,800.
Harry Nott, an Omaha broker, presented
the bid of E. H. Rollins & Son of Chicago;
and Ueorge W. Hoobler. also an Omaha
banker, presented the bid of N. W. Ilaa
ley and Co. Tbls firm was also represented
by R. ; P. Mlnton of Chicago. , Edson S.
Wlllaman of Chicago- repreaented the af
filiated firms of T. J. Bqlgnr, Parson. Bon
& Co., and the American Trust and Sav-
presenting a bid for the bonds. '
rksr la Hotel IHaaagtmest,
B K ATmi$,. N'Art fif' -f,pefla I -Tele-'
gram.l R. T jonVs'of CVittrulla, Kari..'o-
FAI.E ALARM OF BK ROBBERY
Blondhoaada et from l.eilaatoa )
LEXINGTON, Neb., Pec. . tSpecial
Tt-legram.) Chief of Police Malcomb re-
celvi-d a telephone message early this
morrlng from Sheriff Sammons of Buffalo
county, stating that a bank robbery hal
taken place last night at Miller. Neb., and
requesting him to send the Malcomb and
Cole bloodhounds to that place at once.
Malcomb sent the dogs br his son, Clif
ford. These dogs have been called tip on
several times the last few weeks and are
df-lng very efficient work.
MILLER. Neb., Dec. 28.-(Speclal.)-Re-porls
have reached this iown from the
outside that a bank was robbed at this
place last night, but these reports are
wrong. The story Is that E. Moore, resid
ing two rniles south of town, returned
home lata last night and found some ont
In his house. He raised an alarm and the
man Jumped from a window and eacaped
In the darkness. The hounds were ordered
up from Iexlngton, but they have been
unable to run down the intruder. Nothing
was missing from the house.
which doceased waa an honored member.
Mr. Stltts waa a prominent business man
in Superior for many years, first conduct
ing a hotp and later being engaged In the
merchandise business. Some time after
the death of hla first wife he married a
young woman In Superior, but for several
yeara they had not lived together.
NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
OFFER OF NORMAL SCHOOL
(Continued from First Page.)
Mr. and Mrs. Page Oire the Largest
Affair of the Day.
NEW YEAR'S DAY RECEPTIONS
Hoy Hart Uolsg to Fire.
LEXINGTON. Nob., Dec. 2S. CSpeclal
Telegram.) About 3 o'clock this afternoon
the fire department was umrnondi?d to the
residence of Armond Berger In the Second
ward. A gasoline stove explosion caused
the fire. Tho prompt action of tho fire
department prevented any great damage
Th Virma mrt nf the denartjnent was
hitched to Parkhurst's dray hurl ing to tho
scene of the fire and Walter Walbrine. a
boy about 14 years - of age. attempted to
climb on the dray, but missed his footing.
He fell and the hose cart passed over his
body, breaking both legs' above the knee
and otherwise sustaining serious Injuries.
He lives In tills city with his sister and
brother, his father and mother both being
- More Trouble for Lincoln Man.
8TERLING. 111.. Dec. 28. (Special Tele
gram.) Henry M. Cosey, superintendent of
the Nebraska Manufacturing company of
Lincoln, Neb., who flguied in a sensa
tional wife desertion case and later was
divorced from his wife, and then married
tho woman with whom he eloped, was ar
rested hero " today charged with wife de
strtlon by his former wife, who claims
the divorce secured Illegal.
Cosey waa today found guilty on prelimi
nary hearing and bound over to the grand
Jury. Later he made a settlement with
tha first wife, giving her V'OO, which would
have been the maximum fine it found
guilty In circuit court.
Broken Bow Man Attempts Salclde.
BROKEN BOW. Neb., Dec. 28. (Special
Telegram.) Frank R. Huxlable of this
place and well known throughout the coun
try, mado an attempt thla morning to kill
himself by presumably swallowing an over
dose of chloroform or morphine. Drs. Tal
hot and Mulllns, who have been working
over the man all day, had little hopes of
his recovery at a late hour tills afternoon.
Huxtable had been tryitig for a reconcilia
tion with his wife, from whom he waa sep
arated, and It la alleged that a failure to
effect this was the cause of his despondency.
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Mme. Yale says: A llttls
Almond blossom Complexion
Ctsam 'anoula be applied
ry tUsis the face anil
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niul and smudge from tha
lntarsttclvs of tue skin and
makes tha surface smooth
and soft.- ' ' ;
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abroad, a 'treasure when traveling
by land and water. Excellent for
kuaylng abnormal redness of the
lioss or any form of Inflammation;
also costing com surt, fvr ulie
isis ana til liruuou ut th skin,
li git es prompt rvhsf to burns,
take tii firs out Quickly, soouies.
heals and prevents scars aud sup
puration. lndipnattl for us of
lnfauis and avery member of th
household. An sq.ulsti tallst ar
ticle. A grateful application af tar
auavlng. xcllm tor maag
tuipoaty. Urn. Tal s Almond
losaom Complexion Creant Is sold
In to fls- .
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$1.00 'size,-' special ..... 89o
Ask fer a frsa copy of Msdam
Tata's at-pag sounlr book at
our Toilet rtoods Deflmnl. Al
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of towpi Writ, fo a copy.
Yoath Commits Salclde.
H12ATU1CE. Neb.. Dec. 28.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Becom'ng despondent because of 111
health, Arthur Ulocpper, the 20-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kloepper, living two
miles' southwest of Clatonla, committed sui
cide yesterday afternoon by shooting him
self with a revolver. The parents were
away from home when the deed was com
muted and found the body upon their return.
The young man waa born and raised In
this county. The coroner's Jury rendered a
verdict In accordance with the above facts.
Husband Looks for Wife.
BEATRICE. Neb., Dec. 28.-Speclal Tela
gram.) Charles Sama. until recently em
ployed as farmer at the Feeble Minded In
stitute, was In town today looking for his
wife, who has mysteriously disappeared.
The couple had trouble the other day and
when Sams it-turned home from work he
found his wife gone He left town today
in search of lils missing spouse.
tore C'hana-es Owners.
BATTLE CHEEK. Neb., Dec. 2S.-(Spe-clal.)
The large general merchandise store
(f O. II. Mass, at this place. Is closed for
Invoice this morning. It has been sold to
Kmest Hans of this place, who will take
possession as soon as the Invoice la
U aotrrar bzss-jibw itoii .
Nebraska Kens .Notes.
11. ATTSMOITTH Charles D. McDonald
of Omaha, referee tn bankruptcy, will sell
the Plattsmouth Evening News plant In
this city January 5.
PLATT8MOITTH Father Shine con
ducted high muss for James Skoumal In the
Bohemian Catholic church Monday, which
was largely attended. A wife and four chil
dren, aurvive Mm. .
BATTLE CREEK-Prof. N. A. Houarl of
this place has heon appointed county aup
ertiitendeiit here, to succeed F. S. Purdue,
recently appointed deputy state superlntend
cnl. Piot. Ilouscl successor litre -has not
been secured yet.
I II ' M BOLDT Re v. J. E. Buell of the
Methodist church has started a aerlea of
jpt-iiul meeting at the Pleasant View
church north of town, discontinuing even
ing service in the city. Th new church
building of this society Is enclosed and In
iiile work will be pushed as rapidly as pos
sible. PLATTS MOUTH Judge H. D. Travla of
this ciiy has named the following dates for
holding district court In this, the Second
tuiiicUil district, for the ensuing year:
PlattHmnuth, January 18 and 23. May 17
and November 18: In Nebraska Cltv.
March I and 8, June 14 and September 30
H I'M BOLDT Funeral services wers held
at tlie Baptist church Sunday morning over
Hi" Imdv of the late Mrs! Minerva Conner
if Beatrice, whose death occurred at
Omaha on Thursday. The tdeceased was
;lie mother of Mrs. A. L. Drake of tl
ilace, and for many years made her home
iere until 1903. when she moved to Be
atrice with another daughter. Miss Lida
GC1DE r;OCK-William Rabin, a Webster
county pioneer, was bulled today from his
home here. He died Friday night. He had
reached the age of 8'. His son-in-law. It.
3. Pioudlit of Lincoln, who waa called
here hy Mr. Rabin s illness, hss ben obliged
to face another sorrow. Ttstcrday he re
ceived a telegram announcing the death of
ids mother. Mra. Proudfit of Friend. Her
funeral will be held at Lincoln Tuesday.
Relatives who are here will go down Mon
day. STELLA While a through freight was
taking the siding this morning at 3 o'clock
to let the passenger through the engineer
Hscobered the boiler room of the electric
Mght plant to be on fire. He gave the alarm
tv a sei-lea of short whistles and soon a
'uckt brigade waa on the ground fighting
the fire, which was extinguished after hard
work. The coal ehed adjoining, with a
siesll amount of coal, waa burned and the
"eiling and door and window casings of
') engine room. The plant waa runn'nt aa
! tonight. It fa the turoperty of Wixon
tr Hrfim-r. mvred by Insurance.
fi.sTTviH'TH- Tnomas Ftitts was
"orn in Bnrlington, Otsego county. Ne
York, on June 2o. H4 and passed awav
In the Nebraska Masonlo home In this city
"y 'lecemlier :ti. I. The body wan t ikon
to Superior where It was burled hv the
members of Superior louse. No. 121, of
This, he ssys, fs a discrimination that In
effect places Florence fifty miles from
B. T. Whfle and C. C. Wright of the
Northwestern road have filed a brief with
the Railroad commission alleging that
under the law the commission has no au
thority to compel the railroad company to
put In a 'phone at a railway station. The
question arose at the town of Oresham
In York county.
Tho Western I'nlon, In an answer filed
with the railway commission, says It Is
under no obligation to maintain a tele
graph service at the station of Mynaid.
Cass count), but that It formerly had an
operator there under contract with the
Objects to Increase.
Tho Nebraska Telephone company has
filetl an objection to that part of the
order of the railway commission requir
ing it to Increase Its toll rates between
Tecuniseh and Sterling. TecuniS'h and
Vesta and Tecuniseh and Crab Orchard
from S to 10 cents to exchange subscribers.
The company alleges that the commission
has no power to require It to increase
rates, that the accent rate Is open to sub
scrlbers and the rate Is therefore not ill'
criminatory against a different toll rate
charged to the, public who are non-sub
scribers. The 6-ient rate Is said not to be
remunerative and will result In the loss of
farm subscribers. The comparty also ob
Jects to that part of the commlsslon'e order
reducing the- rate to nonsubscrlbers frtfn
15 to 10 cents between Tecuniseh and Vesta
and Tecumsch and Crab Orchard. The com
pany asks for a rehearing. It wants per
mission to charge the regular toll of 13
cents between Crab Orchard- and Sterling
to apply to every person except members
of the Crab Orchard and Sterling cx
Merger of Street Itallways.
It Is talked on the streets today that the
general plan of the merger of the Lincoln
Traction company and the Citizens' Street
Railway company had about been agreed
to, though a lot of details had yet to be
worked out. It Is reported that the Traction
company stock will go In at a rate of being
worth four and one-half to one of the
Citizens. More than a year sgo these two
companies began to talk merger, but noth
ing came of It at that time. Since then the
Citizens' company, which seemed to have
the Inside track In getting favorable ac
tion, secured several streets for the use of
Its lines. Now It Is said the merger is
Three Ganrits Disciplined.
Warden Beemer had a case of insubordi
nation af the sate penitentiary this morn
ing and as a result three guards were dis
charged. They were. Thomas Koklcy,
Michael McNeal and Captain Morgan. Ac
cording to Warden Beemer, the three men
concluded the days' of the warden were
numbered down around the Institution and
they Insisted on having their own way
about things In general. So the warden
let them out.
Price Want Recount.
The latest Is a rumor from W. B. Price.
Mr. Prlco was defeated at the late election
for state auditor, since which time, though
attending strictly to business he has been
nursing an Idea. That Idea has finally de
veloped, it Is reported. Into a conclusion to
ask the" legislature to recount the ballots
cast for state officers. Whether he will
get any further than that Mr. Price does
Sllllck Gets st Pardon.
Jesse C. Sllllck of Omaha ts a free man.
Governor Sheldon today Issued a pardon,
gilllck, while a convict In the state prison.
escaped some years ago two months before
the expiration of his time. Since his es
cape he has served several years In the
army and has an honorable discharge. He
was married last September, and Just re
cently he appealed to the governor to par
don him so that the fear of the peniten
tlary would rot be always before him.
Secretary of State Junkln has received a
letter from the I'nlon Pacific railroad re
gardlng that (50,000 fee supposed to be due
the state from the railroad on account of
the adoption and amendments to the art!
cles of Incorporation of the road, which
under the law must be filed with the sec re
tary. The railroad has the matter under
consideration and Its decision Jn the matter
will be known shortly. ;
The Board of Purchase and Supplies met
today to buy supplies for the state Instl
tut ions for the coming quarter. The meet
ing waa held In advance of the regular
meeting In order to have the use of tho
senate chamber In which to display the
Health Inspector Wilson has filed with
the railway commission his report' of the
Investigation of the depot at Columbus. Dr.
Wilson says the depot Is unsanitary and
uncomfortable and not convenient. The
Union Pacific Is now dickering with the
city council of Columbus for tha use of
streets In caso it builds a new depot, so
the railway commission will likely Issue no
order In the case.
C. W. Baker of 1109 West Tenth street
Des Moines, haa written to Secretary of
State Jutikl i asking for a copy of the rail
road Incorporation laws. Mr. Baker said
he waa Interested In a $1,000,000 proposition
In Nebraska. The laws were sent him by
the first ma)l.
Representative Noyea of Cass county was
in Lincoln today looking for rooms for him
self snd wife for use during the legisla
ture. They expect to keep house. Mr.
Nf.yrs said he expected the Incoming legis
lature to do very little.
The 1 oanger Met Had the Cnlleor
1 oaths Are Still Holding;
the Center of the So
One of the larger social affairs of Monday
was the 7 o clock supper given by Mr.
and Mrs. Walter T. Page nt their home In
honor of their daughter. Miss Nannie Page,
who Is home from school for the holidays.
The guests were seated at small tables,
each having a decoration of red carna
tions and holly, ai 1 red shaded candles
lighted the rooms. Covers were placed
for Miss Alice Csrey McQrew. Miss Bess
Raum, Miss Jean Cudahy, Miss Helen
Cudahy, Miss Margaret Bruce, Miss Gwen
doline White. Miss Frances Nash, Miss
Catherine arable. Miss Dorothy Morgan,
Miss Amy Ollmore, Miss Cathryn Barks
low. Miss Miriam Patterson. Miss Eliza
beth PlckPtis, Miss Jcanlc Aycrigg, Miss
Louise Peck, Miss Marlon Haller, Miss
Nannie Page, Mr. Taylor Belcher, Mr.
Wlllard Butler, Mr. Denlse Barkalow, Mr.
Stanley Incson, Mr. John Madden, Mr.
Denlse Tlllson, Ben Wood, Mr. Ned Lef
ferts. Mr. Jack Baldwin. Mr. Gardener
McWhorter, Mr. Harry Koch, Mr. Ware
Hall, Mr. Richard Baum, Mr. Wilson Aus
tin, Mr. Herbert French, Mr. Cuthbert
Potter, Mr. John Caldwell, Mr. Frederick
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Page.
I.ancheon at Omaha Clan.
Complimentary to Miss Dorothy Morgan.
Mrs. Florence Voss entertained at luncheon
Monday at the Omaha club Decorations
appropriate to the season were used and i
the guests were seated at the large, round ;
table. Those preaent were Miss Dorothy
Morgan, Miss Louise Peck. Miss Esther '
Bryne, Miss Casolyn Harding, Miss Eunice !
Howell, Miss Miriam Patterson, Miss Caro- j
line Congdon, Miss Bess Baum, Miss Caro-
lyn Barkalow, Miss Jean Cudahv, Miss
Helen Cudahy, Miss Alice Carey McQrew,
Miss Louise Lord. Miss Elisabeth Pickens,
Miss Gladys Peters, Miss Jeanle Aycrigg,
Miss Amy Ollmore, Miss Nannie Page,
Miss Tauline Bourke, Mrs. Rebekah Mor
gan and Mrs. Voss.
Mr. Royal Comstock will be host at the
next meeting of the Melody club, Tuesday
evening, January 12.
Mrs. Constantino J. Smyth will enter
tain at liitiDhnnn Tim.ilav Inmifirv R mm.
pumeniary to miss Mary nayncn, wno win
be one of the brides of the month.
A class reunion of '03 of the Omaha High
school will be held Wednesday evening
at the home of Miss Ingrid Peterson.
Miss Elizabeth McConncll entertained at
bridge Monday afternoon at her home on
Park avenue In honor of Mrs. Edward
Holyoke of Madrid. Neb., and Mrs. Edwin
Morrison of Kansas City, Mo., who are
spending the holidays In Omaha. Christ
mas decorations prevailed and those pres
ent were Mrs. Morrison. Mrs. Holyoke,
Mrs. Lydla Morrison, Miss Ethel ,Tukey,
Miss Susan Holdrege, Miss Marie Mc
Shane, Miss Iirralne Comstock, Miss Lee
Comstock, Miss Hortense Clarke, Miss
Bertha White, Miss Katherlne Moorhead,
Miss Bess Moorhead Miss Louise McPher
son. Miss Martha Dale, Miss Laura Dale,
Miss Pauline Schenk, Mrs. Arthur D.
Smith, Mrs. Paul Hoagland. Mrs. Ward
Clarke of Chicago, Mrs. Will Colling and
Miss McConncll. , . , . ,
Come ss .. Gossip.
Miss Henrietta Roes will leave Tuesday
for an extended visit in California.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess, who spent
Christmas with Mrs. Burgess' parents In
Pont lac. 111., ara expected home this week.
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Sumney will leave
the first of the year for a trip abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling H. McCaw are
spending a few days visiting relatives In
Captain and Mrs. Wlldman of Fort
Leavenworth, who are spending the holi
days with Mrs. Wlldman's mother. Mrs.
Stewsrt of Council Bluffs, spent flundsy
as the guests of Csptsin and Mrs. W. II.
Oury of Fort Omaha. Captain Wlldmnn
was formerly stationed at Fort Omaha.
Miss Nell Carpenter, i.S Iaifayette ave
nue, will be hostess Monday evening at
tho first alumni reunion of the class of
lW of the Omaha High school. An Inter
esting progrsm will be given and an elec
tion of officers held. The rooms will be
decorated In the claas colors, maroon and
white, and the following program will be
given: Piano solo, Miss Mary Meek; orig
inal poem by Miss Ruth Byers; violin solo.
Miss Grace McBride, and a short address
by the class teacher. Miss Kate McIIugh,
About 100 guests will be present.
Mrs.' Belle I C. Houston of Bemls park
entertained at dinner Sundny In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Redmon of Movllle,
la. The other guests were Mrs. John Cox,
Mr. and Mrs. James M. fltoney. Mr. and
Mrs. George J. Stoney, Mrs. Wertz and
Mr. George F. Stoney.
FROCKS FOR LITTLE GIRLS
Grown Folks Hare Hs Monopoly on
Attractive Costumes This
The grownups have no monopoly of at
tractive frocks this season. Clothes for
children, big and little, and for those girls
In their teens who already resent being
ranked with children, though their debut
ante days still He years ahead of them, are
more than usually charming this winter.
Many of the Ideas modish for the elders
fit Into rhlldish requirements very ef
fectively and the beauty of the materials
and colorings benefits the maker of chll-
dren's clothes, although, of course,-many of
the loveliest stuffs are totally Inappro
priate for child use.
American children are on ythe whole well
dressed nowadays. There was a time when
they were almost universally overdreased.
but there has been an encouraging devel
opment of good sense or good taste or a
something which combines both, and
thohgh money may be spent lavishly upon
the small children of the rich and those
same small children may be pampered and
Indulged to a degree Justifying much of
the foreign criticism, the fact remains that
the children are as a rule dressed more
attractively than English children and In
better taste than the children of the
French, who, despite their traditional in
stinct for tasteful dress, seldom succeed
in dressing their children childishly on fes
When You Think
MERGER OF TEXAS RANCHES
Corporation Barked hy Hill Interests
Will Pnrchaae Seven Million
Aeres of erasing; Land.
DENVER, Dec. 28. The Post today says:
According to private dispatches received
In this city this morning a merger of Texas
ranches in the territory penetrated by the
Colorado A Southern Is being formed and
will comprise 7.000.000 acres of land, worth
175,000.000. James J. Hill, who secured con
trol of the Colorado St Southern. Is named
a sthe Interest behind the move."
Q. W. Holdrege, general manager of the
Burlington road, accompanied by Mr.
Maders, an eastern attorney, arrived In
Denver today to inspaft the terminals of
the Colorado V Southern and Investigate
operating conditions of the road.
Damnllnsa that Always Are Light.
When making chicgen and dumplings In
stead of boiling the dumplings take a, part
of the gravy, put In a bake pan, then put
In the dumplings, cover, and bake In the
oven until don. To make the dumplings
for a small family take two teaVupe of
flour, one-half teaspoonful salt, one-half
teaspoonful soda, and three-fourths cup of
buttermilk; dissolve soda In buttermilk. Or
sweet milk and one tsaapoonful of baking;
powder can be used Instead. These dump
lings are also nice with any kind of roast
CM the pain which many women experience with every
month it makes the gentleness end kindness always associ
ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle.
While in general no woman rebels against what she re
gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would
not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain.
- Dr. Pierce' Fmvorlta Premcrlrtlon make
wtak women afrond amd mlek mrmen
' well, mad tfree them freedom from pain.
It eatabllakem regularity, mabduem Intlanr
matlon, hernia ulceration mad curea te
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,
frit. All correspondence strictly private and sacredly
confidential. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
'if you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure
them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to psy cost of mailing
nlf, and he will send you a frtt copy of his great thousand-page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.
In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps.
HALF-MINUTE STORK TALK
We've heard many comments on the way we handled the Holiday
trade. We were busy, very busy, but our customers auffsred none of
the Inconveniences so common to Christmas shopping. A simple calcula
tion reveals the reason. A spacious, convenient store, well stocked with
seasonable merchandise, efficient and painstaking st ore-service pleas
THE NEW STORE
THE STORE OF" QUALITY CLOTHES
Time to think of
AFTERNOON a.nd EVENING
Every man who expects to attend Some New Year's function should
have clothes to suit the occasion. You can get them here, ready for
Immediate wearing. They will he as perfect In fit and style as the
most exclusive tailor could produce If he worked a couple weeks on
them, and the price Is decidedly lower than his.
Full Drest Suits .$35 and $40
Tuxedos $23 ftid $25
Prince Alberts $25
Silk Lined Opera Coats $30
Silk and Opera Hats $6
And all the little things, shirts, collars, neckwear, Jewelry, gloves,
shoes, etc.. In great variety.
THE NEW MODELS lO and 11
constitute an epoch-making advance In the s
progressive development of the typewriter.
These new models combine all the famous Remington qualities with new
improvements which are a revelation In time and labor saving. They do more
than supply every demand; they anticipate every demand of every uaer of the
SOME OF THE NEW FEATURES
New Single Dog Escapement New Back Ppace Key
New Column Selector (Model 101 New Variable Line Spacing Lock
New Built-in Decimal Tabulator Kode! li: Nw Shift Lock
New Carriage Governor New Paper Feed
Remington Typewriter Company
, sw Tork and Trywhr
rarnam Btrt. Omaha. Vefc.
10 Skilled Piano Polishers
REPORT FOR WORK 8 P. M.
TUESDAY MORNING SHARP.
SGHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO GO.
1311-1313 FARNAM ST.
The Old Overland Trail of '49
Is the present route of
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Sent free on receipt of 12 cents postage.
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CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM STREET
'Phone Bell Doucrlas 1828 and Inrl. A.3231 r
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