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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKE: OCTOBER 3. 1900.
Come Look oSpWindows
And Yoa Will See Furniture Triced Lower Than Ever Yoa Coold Believe Possible
iFrom the Chicago Furniture Exposition
yonsisting of Parlor Suites, Dining Tables, Sideboards, China Closets, Buffets, Metal Beds,
ressers, Rockers, Davenports, Couches, Parlor and Library Tables, etc. If you want to
jive, here's your chance. .Never in all your life have you seen good furniture so cheap.
How Do These Look to You?
Genuine Early English Oak Bed Davenport,
covered in Boston leather
VEIIILa! ;,m V.VAJ 'A iff W-all i & u5; , J
I'M ' hmr--l
Genuine Oak Rocker C nr
full size rocker v-t i 3
We have over 750 bargains just as cheap as these shown above, but have not the space
here to show them. Make a list of what you want, you will be sure to find the goods here at
a saving that will make your heart glad.
tW Sammies at I
a - - II
U Z7 LTIC
PRLMNC RMFE AT WORK
Gorernment Expenditures Cat Eight
and Half Millions.
INTERNAL REVENUE GROWING
Caatome Reeelata lor t.mt Three
Moatba Klaeteen Million More
Than (or Same l'erlod
OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Literary Societies Hold Meetings aat
ISew One la Organised by
" . v,- "...
The literary socteljrs of,-they.hjlfth- school;
held meeting Friday ftfneom 1 Hew
anclety has enrolled a . large; femnber ' at.
boys and Is progressing well. Jhe mem
bera met today and decided to nam It the,
Athenian Debating society. .Harry' Fraser
wti made president. Frasei is, a aeolor
nd first lieutenant of Company. A. . The
vice president is John Reel, secretary,
Edward Newman; treasurer,' Joe Burger;
sergeant-at-arms, Lawrence Solomon. . Th
eoolety teachers ate Miss Belle von Mans
felde, Prof. Woolery and Mr. Orchard. The
constitution has been formed . and thla
program was given:
Current events, "Anecdotes from New
York," Herbert Reesej recitation, "Being
Things," Philip Kills; jokes and pyems,
The Hawthorne society gave thla pro
gram: Recitation, Mattie Alperaon; paper,
"Fall Festivities In the Cltlea of the United
States," Flossie Jones; original story. May
Yates; article, ."An Hour In Our Carnival
Grounds," Augusta Mengadoht
"Slighted Treasures." Characters:
Arabella Hopeful Cleo Uarthan
Ahabella Hopeful Sadie Marowitz
Aramlta Nortlgtl.-.w, Marguerite Holt
9osan, mW.v,..'i.-h Alma Jensen
aknawt Wkn'-EfigHsJl-. ariwlng room.
. Io thfliPi'OwWng jdejefy a committee of
girls Nellie JOIguttex, LHira Sass, Alice
Johnston,' Irene Smith led the society In
an lnitation of the new members.
The program of the Llnluger Travel club
was a study of the North pole discovery
as follows: "Arctic ' People and Their Cus
toms." Lilly Rabini 'recitation, "The Water
fowl," Leola Granden; original etory, Hasel
Day; essay, "The Search for the North
Pole,". Edith Anderson; original dialogue,
Flora Goodman and Kthel Albach.
The Elaine gave chiefly a musical pro
gram: Piano aolo, Lulu May Coe; violin
aolo, Marie Book; magician tricks, Mar
garet Birch more and Minnie Johnston;
magic lantern slides; piano solo, Gertrude
Aiken; song, Elisabeth Carr, accompani
ment, Luclle Dennlss.
The Pleiades, girls gave a playette'
"Bridget's Investment." The characters
wpre: Mrs, Morand, Grace Burrlngton;
Bridget, Mildred Mullln; An Agent, Maude
Whltely. - Analogue, the "Pleiades" Star,
was also- given - by Mabel Walworth and
The Francis Wlllard admitted their new
members to the society.
In the Margaret Fuller society the Initi
ation of the new girls was also the prin
cipal feature". Hazel Evans gave some
vocal solos and Clem Dickie a piano solo.
The Demosthenlana had a lively debate
on the subject of the carnival. The pro
gram: Current topic, Merrill Rohrbough;
depate, "Resolved, That an Income tax Is
a desirable part of a scheme of taxation;"
affirmative, Stuart Gould and Fred Ryplns;
negative, Paul Hyers and Joe Brodkey.
Debate, "Resolved, That the Ak-Sar-Bon
oarnlvaHs detrimental to Omaha" At.
-flrmatlve, Wilbur Hay-nee; negative, Ches
The girl's tennis tournament is progres
sing rapidly. About thlrtjf-flve girls re
ported ' Friday night and drew lots for
their places and opponents In the tourna
ments. The Field club and Mrs. Ward
Burgess have both offered the use of their
finely equipped courts for the use of the
girl3 playing In the tournament. Miss
Erna Hadra, a member of the senior class,
Is managing the tournament under the di
rection of Miss Schwartz.
It is always our purpose to consider the
requirements of men of ' taste, and this
thought finds expression in the lines of
clothes we are showing.
Every essential of style, fit and service
is harmoniously combined in our offerings
for Autumn The lines at $20, $22.50, $25,
$27.50 and $30 are especiallyattractive.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30
The new Tungsten electric lamps we use
show the fabrics and colors as clearly as sun
light; you don't take any chances about the
colors, when trading with us after dark.
We would like to sell you your clothes
this season; drop in and talk it over.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2. -A cut of practi
cally SS.WO.OTO In excess of ordinary dis
bursements over ordinary receipts so far
this fiscal year as compared with the cor
responding period of last year, $1,000,000 a
month gain in internal revenue, and an In
crease of almost $Ll.ono.OOO In customs for
July, August and September as compared
with the same period a year ago, are
shown In the monthly treasury reports Is
sued today. Treasury officials expressed
gratification at the figures.
The balance In the general fund, or
available cash in the treasury, is $94,206,114.
exclusive of the llo0.XK).000 reserve fund
made up of gold coin and bullion held for
the redemption of S346.ttSl.01S of United
States treasury notes and $4,071,000 of treas
ury notes of 1S90.
The balance in the treasury exclusive of
reserve and trust funds, decreased $3,744,757
during the month.
The public debt grand aggregate I 12.64.
902,845, an increHse of $2.06.23fi for the
month. This Includes $1.353,009.69 on certifi
cates and treasury notes, which are off
set by an equal amount of cash In the
treasury. This leaves the Interest and non
Interest bearing debt of the government,
exclusive of these trust funds, $1,296,42.90,
an increase of only $n7,I36 for the month.
The excess of all disbursements over all
receipts, and this Includes not only ordi
nary Items, but Panama canal and puhlic
debt figures, was $3,744,767 for the month
ajid $32,119,315 for the fiscal year so far. a
period of three months, against the ttig.UV
774 for the corresponding period of last
Panama Canal Finances.
The excess of Panama canal disburse
ments over receipts was $.1,lfW,46 this
month and W.2S2.S07 so far this fiscal year,
against $8,128,721 for the same three months
of last year. Receipts on account of the
public debt exceeded the disbursement on
that account by $64,895 this month, but for
the three month period the disbursements
exceeded the receipts by $2,772,Sfl5, which
stands against $30,371,630 for the same
period last year, when over $42,000,000 of
lawful money was paid for national bank
notes retired under the act of July 14,
Stripped of these Panama and public
debt figures, the ordinary receipts aggre
gated $52.S47,6S9 this month and $161,006,517
for this fiscal year, a decrease of almost
$19,000,000 and disbursements, $52,968,845 this
month and $182,140,629, making the excess
of ordinary disbursements over receipts
$621,186 this month and $21,14,112 for three
months, the last named figure being a de
crease of $S,4M,2S2 from the corresponding
period last year. The receipts for cus
toms for September were 27,334,664, inter
nal revenues $21,876,732 and miscellaneous
receipta $3,136,166. For civil and miscel
laneous purposes the treasury expended
$11,646,623 war, $14,8,544 navy,'. $10.1147,789
Indians,, $1,089,549 pensions, $11,114,508 pos
tal deficiency, $3,001,081 of unexpended bal
ances. There were $91,890,066 national bank notes
received for redemption and $731,301,840
worth of bonds were held In trust for na
tional banks. In national bank deposi
taries -there are $50,004,533; In the treasury
of the Philippine islands $4,800,838, and In
treasury offlcea $27,611,173.
Our Letter Box
Oontrtawtloas on Timely Knsjeets,
sTet Bseaedlnf Two Kaadred Words,
Are Xante from Ou Saaders.
Tin Arbitration for This One.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 29. To the Editor
of The Bee: After reading your editorial
on arbitration I would like to ask you and
the public through your columns If you
are waiting for bloodshed as you speak of.
Can It be possible that after the car com
pany has made such a brave fight and Is
Just getting a start with Us service, be
cause It la Improving and haa been better
today than any day since the strike, 1
say can It be possible that Mayors
Koutsky and Pahlman want to stir up the
lawless public to frensy by allowing public
mass meetlnga and parades such as Is
talked of to take place in South Omaha
and in Omaha.
It almost seems as If Omaha did not
appreciate what the street railway com
pany has done for it In the years of
struggle, which It has had to build up Its
fine systejn, and at the same time to help
build up the business of Omaha and South
Omaha, for where would you be If it were
not for the car service. Your business
would be dead and business la a clty'a
life. This man Pratt, this maker of etriksa
and trouble, who makes a business of
traveling over the country for that pur
pose came to Omaha to make this strike
at this time, thinking to make the strike
a success by Interfering with the car com
pany and crippling them at this time. It
does not speak well for Mr. Pickens, or for
any member of the board of Ak-Sar-Bcn
to take sides with this double dyed villain
who seeks to hide hia rascality behind a
few hot-tempered men. This strike was
unjust in the start, as the men are better
paid than in larger and oldt r citlns. They
have warm comfortable i-ars, and no man
who gets home for two hours during the
day and can make ten hours work at their
piy has such a very hard time.
I think the street railway cun.pauy has
taken the proper stand to ward off trouble
for the tuture. If It should aibitrute with
those i.ien and take them b.i k they would
have trouble aaln in a few months at
some Imaginary grievance of the union,
and there would be another disgraceful
art of violence such as ocouiivd at the
Vinton barns a week ago. The car com
pany will handle the Ak-Kar-Bi-n crowds,
of that I am sure. If they arc not forced
from the streets by pott) u h as there
have been during the last ueek, and I
hope the mayors will not help to incite
trouble by allow ing public meetings and
I have been a subscriber for many years
of The lieu and wuuld like to see that ex
cellent fiapei kpeak a woid for a guod
cauxe and not dig so much on arbitration.
The strikers had the of f r made to them
to return to work don't let any one over
look that fact. They did not choose to
accept at the time specified If they don't
want the work there are many who do,
and excellent men, and the strike a.-i
declared off by the company at nimti yes
terday. Why should Omaha want to force
them to open the trouble again7
AN OLl HLHSCR1BEU.
facie nave Against the I'aloa.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nib., Oct. l To the
Editor of The Bee: I beg the priviliga of
occupying a small space In your valuable
columns to ask in the utmost sincerity in
vrf at spirit of equity' and Justice you or
I. or any Individual, should request the
Omaha Street Railway company to restore
,aU Uicee former employes who voluntarily
that in buying
S Chios Bros. & Co,'s
Clothes you get
than in any clothes
you can purchase.
They are made in a
particular way for
have become known
not only because
their sty le Js
but because they
the Sort of garments
wear and are proud
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CHARACTER in CLOTHES
is what lends CHARACTER TO MEN
Distinction in modelling, refinement in patterning and inte
grity of fabric are the trinity that characterize these clothes.
If. you want .to enjoy Clothes Luxury without extra
cost ask any good Clothier to show you one of the
We will cheerfully send them, no obligation to buy our
pleasure to show you without expense. DON'T ACCEPT
a substitute look for the genuine with this LABEL.
BslttmoregchlOSS FOS. 8C COeNew Yo'
On Sale in
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and abruptly left the service on the order
and . command of two foreign labor agi
tators, and who have used their best ef
forts to Induce the whole body of employes
to Join them In preventing all street car
transportation and paralyzing the business
Interests of 2SO.00O people. The street car
strike in Its Incipient stage was sprung for
the ultimate purpose of forcing the com
pany to recognise the union and employ
none but members of the 'union. This was
the crucial object, although now when pub
lic sentiment Is arraigned against them
they persistently deny It. A young friend
who has filled the position of car con
ductor about three years Informed me a
short time ago that his monthly salary
amounted to feO and S per month. This
included some extra runs he made. Be
for entering the street car service h
never made over $M and 0 per month.
Another young fellow whom I know ob
tained a position with the oompany a
couple years ago and before the strike he
was working swinging runs morning and
evening, receiving about 145 per month, and
attending school almost every day.
Higher wages was not the principal Issue
in this Industrial contest. . It was made
for the purpose of strengthening unionism
and maintaining a position of power and
dictation over the company. All employers
of labor realize this fact, hence their al
most universal sympathy with the car
company. In all the mob riots that have
disgraced South Omaha in the past I never
observed one good citizen engaged In
them. Peaceable, law-abiding citizens
neither eiigHge In riots or In any way en
courage them. It Is only the younK.
thoughtless, vicious chsps who are always
looking for trouble and excitement, and
who are Invariably spurred on and en
couraged to assault, maim and frequently
Suffered Ten Years Relieved in Thru
Months Thanks to PE-KU-NA.
fi $ - -
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C. B.1IZKK, Mt. r3terllng,Ky.,saysi
have Buffered with kidney and
bladder trouble tor ten year pa ft.
"Lat March I commenced using
Parana and continued for three months.
I hare not Used It since, nor hTO I felt
kill those who desire to work for the sup
port of themselves and families, as the re
sult of labor strikes which should never
occur, because all grievances can always
be amicably settled by arbitration if the
proper course Is pursued at the right time.
President Roosevelt and his administra
tion favored and upheld the open shop
Idea and principles in the amicable set
tlement of the great coal strike In Pennsyl
vania and also In the union contention
that prevailed In the government printing
and publishing department at Washington;
besides our great president and able Jurist,
Mr. Taft. in his many decisions while on
the judicial bench In Ohio, always recog
nized the broad, Just and open principle
that every American laborer stood on a
common plane, and had the- right to seek
and obtain employment without being
compelled to Join a union.
Mr. Wattles and the directors are mak
ing prodigious effort against all manner of
unfair opposition to give the public satis
factory service, and is succeeding under
adverse circumstances admirably. Now
let the public, the city officials, the po.ice
department and the police judges of both
cities peifonri" their full duty as the fire
and police board and police ferce of South
Omaha have so far faithfully and valiantly
done, and the street car facilities will In
a very few days be running In Its normal
condition. DAVID ANDKItSON.
He Wmm a Foot Ball.
OMAHA, Sept. 25. To the Editor of The
Bee: In reading your paper this morning
'l read tlie clipping inclosed. Jt Is my re-'
quest that you contradict the same. The
following is the truth: 1 was walking
through Vinton avenue with a special
deputy sheriff when at Klghtoenth street
four men came put of a house and were
talking to each other. We passed them
and the deputy thought he heard them puss
a remark about us. He wen( bi;k to thaw
them that he wus an officer of the luw
and when Uic-y showed fight he ran away,
leaving me with the four men to play foot
ball with, which they did gmd and
plenty. While I lay in the lot at Twen
tieth and Vinton streets a man came out
of a house that wus on the ll and said
that if I did not get off his properly he
would kill me and In regards to my being
drunk it was a lie. Very repL-ctf ully,
T. W. I,.,
Twenty-fourth street and Vinton.
A I'leaaant Surprise
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Ufa Pills, the painless regulators that
strengthen yon. tlnaraut. td. ilic. S11 by
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Nebraska Man lu Marrr.
CJIICAUO, Oct. i t.Spenal Ttl-gi am i
Award Benson of Polk, Neb., was licensed
here to wed Edith Johnson of Chicago.
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