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SUNDAY BEE: PKCKMBEH 5, 1003.
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BRITISH CAMPAIGN BEGINS
ijijUi nr r - ' i mm0
OMAHA'S GREATEST SALE of
WUhieiPe to eeiiU
Fight for Control of Next House of
Common! Starts in Many Citiea.
PARLIAMENT IS PROROGUED
Writ Will Rf laaard for rw Elec
tions and Rallela Will
Jannarr 13 and Close
f( Convenient for
. after theater
HIT'S a great convenience for ladles to
have a quiet, refined place like the
Henshaw Cafe where tbey can go for
luncheon while down town shopping.
A dainty, satisfying luncheon, as simple or
as elaborate as you wish, at reasonable
Business men appreciate our facilities also.
We are proud of the fact that our patron
ape Is among the most discriminating class,
and our effort is to unceasingly deserve the
favor of those who appreciate the best,
If the best of French cooking, caTeful, un
obstrutlve service, and a richly varied menu
appeal to you, you will enjoy your luncheon
Corn Show Visitors who desire the best
will find special accomodations here for their
pleasure and convenience.
For New Year's eve reserve your table early
T. J. O'BRIEN, Prop.
'Pacific Coast Crabs
Atlantic Coast Lobsters
1415 Farnam St.
SUDAY TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Celery en Brand,
Fish, 'PC Sherley.
Young Chlrkon or Stuffed Gtblet
Roust Prime Ilib of Beef Aui Jus
Sweet Hrend Cutlets, French Farlsene.
Stringiest Beans. Mashed Potatoes
Raspberry Ice Cream
California Empler Orupes.
"A Square Deal"
An Address by
DR. A. E. TURNER
President of Hastings College
Y. ro. C. A.,
. SUNDAY 4 P. M.
LONDON. Dec. 4. The election campaign
Iready la In full awing and many apeecheH
were delivered tonight in all parts of the
country. Lord Lansdowne. the opposition
leader In the House of Lords, In an ad-
dregs at Plymouth defined the v Isauea aa
tariff reform veraua the extinct budget, and
two house of Parliament versus a single
Winston Spencer Churchill, president of
the Board of Trade, spoke at Preston and
challenged the unionists to show any bene
fit that could come to the cotton trade
from their fiscal policy. He reminded his
audience that "every leader of the con
servative party, from the great William Pitt
to the small Arthur J. Balfour all the
leaders from the sublime to the ridiculous
were agreed that the House of Commons
had control of finance."
The liberal unionists council today, on
Austin Chamberlain's motion, passed a res
olution of unqualified adherence to the pol
icy or tariff refosm.
Recognizing the seriousness of the pres
ent election campaign, and that a victory
of the unionists would put back the clock
on social reforms, the labor parties' execu
tives have agreed to the liberal proposal
to avoid triangular contests by recommend
ing the withdrawal of a score of labor can
didates. The principle to be observed Is
that the laborites will be able only to con
test the seats they held In the expiring
Parliament Is Proroarned.
King Kdward's second Parliament, which
appears destined to become a memorable
one In the country's history, was prorogued
today with the customary formalities. It
will soon be dissolved and writs Issued for
new elections to the House of Commons,
Tho pollings will trpgln January 18, and
will extend through to January 24. The
new Parliament will assemble about the
middle of February.
Although Premier Asqulth has mada no
formal arrangements to meet the sltua
tlon created by the rejection of the budget
by the House of Lords, the commissioners
of customs, acting under Instructions from
the treasury, have Issued a notice that
taxes on teas, tobacco, spirits, etc., will
continue to be collected pending the as
sembling of the new Parliament. The
trades which are affected by this order
all practically agreed to this course being
pursued In ordor to avoid disturbance In
business. Any deficiency In the govern
I meat's service pending the assembling of
I the new Parliament will be met by an issue
of treasury bills.
Ulao; Refers to Badet.
ihe reference to the political crisis in
the speech of prorogation was contained
In the clause, addressed to the House of
Commons, In which the king thanked the
members for the adoption of the provision
for the national expenditures. This con
"I regret that the privilege has proved
On foreign relations the speech said:
Difficulties which unfortunately arose In
southeastern Europe In the autumn a year
ago have resulted, happily, In a ,practl
cal solution for the maintenance of peace,
At a luncheon of the National-Liberal
club Mr. Lloyd-Oeorge delivered a vigorous
speech In which he expressed confidence
that, although the budget had been burled,
it was insurca tne certain nope of an
early resurrection. It was time for the
lords to be handled firmly, tho chancellor
said, and for one he would not remain
a member of the Liberal cabinet for an
hour unless he knew that the cabinet had
power to carry Its bills. He added that th
greatest members of the upper house had
been opposed to the rejection of the budget
bill. Even Lord Lansdowne, he believed
would rather have passed the budget, but
he had been forced Into the position taken
against his better judgment.
.The chancellor concluded:
"With all the lords' cunning, their greed
has overborne their craft, and we hav
got them at iast."
FOR ONE DAY YET
Except Watches, Diamonds and afterllng Silver
lust to hurry Xmai buying, one-h all price
ON ALL BROKEN LINES
T. L. COMBS (EL CO.
THE BUSY JEWELERS
1S20 Douglas Street
Attempt to Steal
Large Bronze Elk
Thieves Try to Carry Away Cemetery
Ornament Weighing Nearly
PATERSON, N. J., Dec. 4.-Thteves en
tered Laurel Grovo cemetery on the out
skirts of this city last night and attempted
to carry away a bronsa elk weighing nearly
a ton, which ornamented Elk's Rest, the
plat of Paterson lodge No. 60 of the Bb
nevolent Protective Order of Elks. The
Btqtue was overturned and one leg sawed
off. Vandals, who hoped to sell the metal,
are suspected. ..
Diamonds depend for their worth and value upon many
factors such as color, brlllancy, shape or make and perfec
tion or degree thereof. We have them from 5.00 t0
$600.00 t such prices that we will refund nine-tenths of
J purchase price at any time within one year, or full price sl
owed at any time in exchange.
Call and let us show you our S150O.00 drop I Vl
llere, consisting of six fancy tinted aud cut diamonds. A
unique and exclusive ornament.
guye Will represent
central labor union
Interest Arerd tor State Federa
tion Gathering t South
Support for th new organization known
as the State Federation of Labor and se
cure legislation favorable to the working
man was the slogan of the Central Labor
union at a meeting last night. The state
federation was organised at a ipeclal meet
ing last summer and the first convention
is to b held In January In South Omaha.
L. V. Guye, a delegate to the Central La
bor union and who won a delegate to the '
Federation of Labor convention h.ld In :
Toronto recently, was elected to represent
the Central Labor union of Omaha at tin !
convention of the new state organization.
He made a partial rtport of the Toronto
'The contractors, the Caldwell Irake com
pany, who are building the new court
house, are charged with discriminating
wgaltisi union labor. A communication
containing the charges was received at the
meeting and it was referred to the com
mittee on arbitration for adjustment.
CAUGHT ON WAY TO COAST
Alleged thloaaro Kubmlir Takea
from Tralu at Crookatou,
CKOOKSTON. Uitn., Die. . Fulla
Younhcart, alleged to have embeizled
$2,000 in Chicago and to be enroute to Van
couver, U. C, waa arreated here yesterday
afternoon and Is being held In the county
Jail, iM-ndlng the arrival of an officer with
extradition papers. lie acknowledged that
he waa the man wanted.
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