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TIIH IU-:K: OMAHA, nil DAY, PKCEMIiEIl
rsksbJ "A hronil Baser- I h
tlon." you sy; yft I U
, born out by over '
i J a quarter century I
Mark t'rnee. Gloves nie
eiltilly fp;itur tucns tit a
In sizes for men, yoti'ijf men, boys, women, Tnte nd
rItIm of Mil elzea. JlfMt Kill and ftipe. leathern mocha
ami drem finish all liund !pi'eil with ulik. am) all Lon
don mude. They make ltleitl Christmas sifts, too.
t'lir Lined .love,
at... 40o and 60o
at So and S3
Wool Lined Ulovt a
at . . .81.60 and la
SI I K Lined Ulove
at. .$1.7 to $l.ie$
Tot Men, ' Woman
and Child ran. -
KnitUxl Ulov'ea and ' Mittens f0r Children
at 2.1c, '"5c and BOc
yl i. I
.1513-1520 FAKNAM STREET
Says Indians Are
to Get No New Laws
Sub-Committe on Indian Affairi Will
Cat Appropriation Sills to Limit '
r: 'Before Session.
(FfoTsa Staff Correrpondent.)
WASHINGTON,' Doc. 1 .1. (Special Tele
irrnm.) The SAibeornTnlt'ee of Indian af
fairs, consisting of Chairman Burke of
South Dakota, Stephens of Texaa and
Campbell ef Kinias, met this afternoon
to prepare a draft of the annual Indian
appropriation bill. The subcommittee ex
pect to report, to- the full committee Sat
urday inornlnK. and probably the bill will
be whipped Into ahape to present to the
house not later 'than next Tuesday. It la
understood that nearly 'all recommenda
tion of the Indian bureau locking to In
creased appropriation w41l , be disregarded
and the, bill "trammed to the bone."
The bill this. year, .In round figures, will
carry an appropriation of nearly 19.000.000,
which U about the Amount of last year's
bill. ) . .
"We are practically, under instructions
from the president to kp ourappropria-
.tlons far th. Indian aecvlce down to the
lowest limit consistent with good admin
istration f-this departmprt, and many of
tjhe" refommendatlone for Increase made
by tjie momijiIsBlanora-f . Ifldlan affairs
twill tiui, bJncvrpr&tl .l uf btll, aaid
"llepreaentatlve ' Burke, chairman of the
": "No new Indian legislation will even be
'inaugurated by the, house committee at
-HhlarseBBlon," continued 'Mr. Burke. 'While,
of ourse, thrqara qule a number of im
portant special matters relative to the wel
far"of our Indian brethren demanding
" mention. The coming session, necessarily
' brief, will scarcely permit of any legisla
tion . upon i Indian affairs aside from the
enactment', of the annual appropriation
Leonard Underwood, wife and aon, of
.Yankton arrived in Washington today and
have taken an apartment at The Roland.
Mr. Underwood Is clerk to the commission
on enrolled bills f which Wenator Gamble
: Kphrlain 1. Boyer of Yankton, who has
been appointed rienutor Oainble'a steno
grapher on the committee on enrolled bill,
arrived In 'Washington today.
' CongreHsman Q. W. Norrl arrived today,
taking rooms at the Young Men's Christian
' Attorney General Muller, with I. I Al
bert, who with C. O. Whedon, will present
the ouse of Nebraska In the bank guaranty
CHse,1 arrived In Washington today, Mr.
Whedon having . registered at Tha Marl
Victor Itonewater, editor , of The Bee,
iln Wtulilnston for a few daya.
Jin Osborne -
Case Lingers Long
Case t 'Fremont Given to Jury Early
in Day and U.o Agreement Ke
ported by Night.
FREMONT, Neb.. Dec. l.(Seelal.)-The
Caborn psurder case went to the jury at
10 o'clock thlBmnlng and at a late hour
tonight the Jury are atlll out. The defend
ant wss hrotmht lata court by two guurils
"and close watch wa kept on him during
County Attorney Cook's closing argument.
Mr. Cook soke about ten. minutes review
ing the argument ait suddenly cloaed yes
terday. He said the evidence proved tin
.'defendant to be gu Ity of murder In the
first degree and resonliile for his aoti.
Osborne sat with his hands to hi head
apiwrently taking no Interrat In the pro
The instruct on by Judge llollenberk
covered murder In the first and atcond de
tries and. man.iUushter. He defined the
law in regard to Insanity as a defense at
' considerable length and at the reiuet of
the defence instructed the Jury that If
the confcMion w-is obtained by giving the
defendant Intoxicating iiiur it could not
be considered by thttn. Medical ojiln'on
: differ whether the attack tha defendant
' hail yeateiday waa eiillt-otlc or feJKned.
CHICAGO BANDITS CONFESS
Fuur " l oans; Men, M ho Took Part la
' lluailred Holdups, Are In
CHICAGO, Deo. 1 Four men who have
ln arrested by Chicago police within the
latt two iia confeiBtd they were guilty
f psnU'tpiitton in muie than luO holdups
In tl.'a city In the last four n.ontha. Tl,
Jnen 41 Tony Knoarakie. tl ytirs old, l
lugtd ; h-ader of the band; Tony Itoss. t)
tar alii; William Vlete. il years oUI, und
Ftl:x FeU-rsskl, i3 years old.
51!mVr.' I urmeii) tVorkria Sirl'.r.
M 1 i.W A t ' K K i;. Dev. t-S!x hi n.lr,"! rr-
Irent ivicheis liml .d l.v ,v.-isl M.l-
v ni.be. n .u-n wi-ut out m fctilke to
i!..v. vmir.tU.ij that 1 .11 - s'Alu.t-lw iiwua.-
v.. re eluttfr $fdd to Milwaukee la l.e
lu ihe 1.
full f'ir o n 1,
wnrnl gloves alii
in !M piiil
Htn. ths MrtH
of tha M" of civ
pninr ths hamls,
no irl"ve or rnll-.
t-u yet teen
irodur1 that' wtW
wear hotter, look
iter, it better
Krnwtl) of glove
sellls. In every
of Kurnpe unit America,
hers for Omaha and vicinity,- und we
MISS TAFT MAKES HER DEBUT
(Continued from First Page.)
cupy her days
ind nights for the next
White Home Ball.'
The White House ha been a merry place
the laat three or four daya, with. Miss
Taft'a school friends. It Is understood that
a Christmas party of young people, which
will Include Robert Taft'a college friends,
will also enliven' the laat week of 1910.
Somewhere around that period there I
to be, according to generally accepted re
port, a White House ball, and those who
attended Miss Taft'a holiday dance last
year know that the pleasure of each guest
I a subject whloh their young hostess
never loses sight of for a minute.
Debutante of tat Paat.
The debutante atmosphere at the White
House revives memories of ether White
House debutantea whose happy . career
have at times made the historic mansion
a palace of mirth. Mis Taft makes the
twelfth Whit House debutante. The first
bud of tha White Houce debutante bouquet
waa Mlsa Anne Jefferson ' Randolph,
daughter of President Jefferson' most be
loved ' daughter, Martha' Jefferson Ran
dolph. This -vtvattioua White HoUue belle,
who had been presented at the French
court before her Washington debut, waa
auaceeded by Miss Maria. Monroe,, who be
came the first White House bride. The
next .waa petite Alice Tyler, who also
married and gave up Washington society
for. a. country .homeJVlxglnia,,,.
' .' First l outi MueteiMi.' i . '
To Mary Abigail Fllmore, the succeeding
bud, belonged the distinction of being the
first young hostess the White House ever
had. Then came the world' famous
beauty, who was the hostess of tha late
Edward VII, of England, Harriet Lane,
niece of President Buchanan.
When Mrs. Lincoln came to W ashington
In she was accompanied by her nieces.
Miss Kdwarda and Miss Mary Wallace,
who participated In Lincoln' Inaugural
ball. . The war spoiled their . debutante
days In the White House.
"The daughter of the nation," Nellie
O runt, the next bud was called. The
romance of her marriage to Algernon
Bartori was talked of the world around.
The Hayes administration contributed
Mis Piatt, Mrs. Hayea' nleoe,
" Darlagr Roosevelt' Term.
President and Mr. Rooaevelt tO'jk pos
session of the White House in September,
liK.1!, and early In the following ear theli
daughter, Mlus Alice RooaeveK, who .waa
not yet 18, had a coming out ball that
revolutionized the social aspect of the
White House, making It for four years the
center of the smart young cl -c'.e. . In which
the president's daughter wax a leader.
Not quite two year after her. marriage
to Mr. Nicholas Longworth, the president
und Mm, R osevelt introduc vl thMr feuond
daughter. Miss Ethel itoosorilt at an
even earlier age than they had presented
Miss Alice RonfcevelL Her debut season
was the cloblng year of Colonel Iloose
veU'r term in the White Hoi;se and added
another chapter to that brliltent period.
MORE PRIZES TO NEBRASKANsI
DUtrtbattoa of Rewards at rat Stork
fihovr loeladea Kaniber from
CHICAGO, Dec. 1. (Special Telegram.)
At the fat stock ahow McCreary. Cary &
Kellogg of South Omaha won numerous
piiies for feeder, ' especially t-year-old
animals. They also took numerous, prises
for Hereford special In their district.
In carlot cattle W. 1L Butlerfleli! of
Winner. Neb., and H. Williamson Bon
( Beatrice each took third prize on 8-year-old
In their restectlve districts.
In sheep Robert Taylor of Abbott, Neb.,
won a numler of prise in Hampshlrea and
The report of tho committee on phatl
for the Association of City Official for
the standardizing of Paving Specification,
which I being prepared in Omaha under
the direction of City Knsineer Crulg, Is
about ready to ba sect out to other mem
bers of tho ritnimtttie. The asHootatlon is
an organisation In which many of the
most prontlr.n engineer ,ln the country
arc t"U-rtsUd ' and at the last meeting
Ceore W. Craltf of Oiualot wa appointed
chslrn.an of the coinmtl'.c to Inventl jiul
axph.iit under various wather conditions
00 that the assembled exoerts can daclde
en smiio -standard rules by which aii,alt
raving e;ecif:culiutts ran be made. The
Omaha rauiilu!;-! vav'ne; plant Is a lab
.i6tory for experiment, enj Mr. Craig has
been busy 1 summer. Other members
of the eoiiemUee. w ho will be a'aed to i
lock ever the recommendation uT.d add I
tl.clr opinion before It In submitted to the !
KHivet.tfun in January are'W. H. I;enii. i
Phu-.ttleit.hta: 4 l.ai'les I'alK-ock, Buffa.o,
lister Rlrst-I.r.rami. oioal.a. ' and Chicago
anl uf rfd W. Tun.-t.ri. To' to.
DIAZ BGIKSEIGIITII TERM
Inauguration Ceremonies Held at Mex
ican Capital This Morning-.
rUDvCIPAL SPEECH- BY WTLSOS
Ainerlraa Ambamador, as !) of ths
Dlplnmalle (arpi, I'rearats the
t'onarratalatlons of Other
MEXICO CITY, Deo. 1 At the Inaugura
tion ceremonies attending the eighth 'ic
eesslon of President Dial held here today,
the American amhasador, Henry L. Wft
son, acting as dean of the diplomatic corp.
presented the "congratulations of the repre
sentatives from the varlou foreign powers.
Including the United States.
In presenting congratulation as dean of
the diplomatic corps, Ambassador Wilson
It Is my pleasure and duty as represen
tative of the diplomats resident In Mexico,
to express to your excollenov their congrnt-
ulations upon the auspicious events of thl
day, event which ilnnlfy tne approval of
your administration by tha Mexican people
and crown the patriotic labors of more than
a quarter of a century with the respect and
confidence of the world.
The marvelous development of Mexico
during the successive administrations to
which your excellency has been called by
ihe suffrages of your fellow citizens, the
moral anil material progress which he
been achieved, the firm position of the
public credit and the faith felt bv the
nations and the rulers of the world In the
stability and responsibility of this govern
men are matters of common history, which,
however, well known, may be repeated
with profit upon this ocoasion o pro
foundly significant of the future of the
In behalf of my colleague I again offer
to your excellency their sincere fellclta-'
tlons and the expression of their untied
prayer, that you may be spared many
years of usefulness to devote to the prog
ress and happiness of the Mexican people,
whose well being we are assured 1 the
object of all your sscrtflces end patriotic
labors: and we offer to your excellency
and to. the ministers who have so ably
seconded and supported your work In the
regeneration of Mexico and especially to
the d!stlngulshed"mlnister for foreign af
fairs, whose kindness., consideration and
promptitude have made our labor her
easy and a aource of pleasure rather than
of complaint, our sincere homage of respect
Response of President Dlas.
Replying to the congratulatory address
of Ambassador Wilson. General Dial said:
"It Is -with particular satisfaction that
I have listened to the kindly phrases, which
In your own name and that of the honor
able diplomatic! corps, you have Just ad
dressed to me at this moment in which I
Inaugurate a new presidential period.
"I say with satisfaction, because such
words reveal to me that the nation which
you -represent are sincere friends of Mexico
and that fact will necessarily be to me a
great stimulus. The Mexican public con
tinues to honor me with the confidence
with which for mahy years they have
distinguished me and with that - stay I
shall continue to consecrate all my atten
tion and energies to peace and tha cause
of national progress.
"I appreciate greatly the allusion you
make to my worthy co-laborer whose
patriotic service I beyond doubt
"Accept then, representative of the dlplo
matlcmatlc corps, my thank for these
good wishes and for the sentiments con
veyed by this formal act by the govern
ment - and peoples represented by you."
SHARP FIGHT, AT PADEim ALLES
Dettrhmeat of Fedrjrl Troop Kllleel
. or Captared.
EL PASO, Tex.. Deo. 1. The following
dispatch, dated yesterday wa received to
day from the Associated Press staff cor
respondent at Chihuahua Cityv-- .
.'"A, eerloua, -elanlt at .Padernallea, fifty
mjles west of here took plaoe yesterday
between 150 government troops and a some
what larger body of lnsurrectos. The sol
diers are said to have been fired upon from
roofs and windows while marching through
the street of the town.
"Passenger arriving by train tonight de
clare those of the government force who
were not killed or wounded were- taken
prisoner. These rumor are also current
among the soldiers at the barracks. But
General Plata, In command of the military
son, stated that hltf report showed nine
government soldiers killed and that twenty-seven
Insurgents were slain."
Konora, hitherto quiet. Is reported to be
the rendezvous of a number of lnsur
rectos, who are organising in the -mountains.
No move has as yet been made by
Thomas 'Miller, an El Paso mining man,
writes from Bonora that armed bands of
men may be seen In the hill of that state
and It la thought that there Is an organized
movement among the anti-government sym
pathiser In that section.
Many Americana are bringing their
Passengers arriving here today direct
from Madera, Chlhuahva, on the first train
that has coma out of tl.-re since November
23 declare that every town along the line
of the Chihuahua & Pacific railroad be
tween Chihuahua and Madera except one
I held by insurgents and that there has
been considerable fighting In tha mountains
and many wounded federal troops have
been brought Into the towns, fassengers
report that government soldier have taken
Guerrero, Chihuahua, but that another
band of tnsurrectora Is marching a-gainst
GOVERNORS HAYE GOOD TIME
(Continued from Pag One.)
pensatlon act. a resolution tn this connec
tion, Introduced by Governor Hadley of
Mlssoin., was adopted. ' It provides that
commissioners who are Investigating this
matter In several states rend a report of
their findings to all governors.
Governor Deneen of Illinois reopened the
nubject of conservation by asking Governor
Norrls of Montana and Governor She froth
of Colorado If the western state would be
witling to preserve the forests at ' head-
tGe;o4a.K w. CWA1,j. ciTT KN
waters so as to avert flood each year tn
other state. Governor Norrl replied that
the experience of the western state In the
preservation of forests and reforestation
wa that tha flood situation was not aided.
"We aJI know that conservation I neces
sary,"' said Oovernor Deneen, "but we ap
pear to differ on methods. Wa must not
decide on a plan of action bued on the
ideas of theorists, . but mutt look at the
question from all aides and then dectd
whether the state or the federal govern
ment haU control our natural resources."
Passenger Rate War
from Chicago to New
York City is Averted
Michigan Central and Panhandle
Abandon Differential! Following
Ultimatum from Roads.
CHICAGO.; Dec. 1. Flmt-clas passenger
fare between Chicago and New York over
the Michigan Central and the Panhandle
routes wni he 120 after January It, accord
ing to advices ' received hers late today
subsequent1 to ' ft secret meeting In New
York between representative of the
roads and of tha Erie, Wabash and Grand
Trunk. This lay to rest the specter of a
rata war. " "' '
This action by ihe two routes which here
tofore have enjoyed a differential rate of
119 for' the Michigan Central . and $18 on
the Panhandle followed open threats of
another rate war Instigated by the Erie,
Wabash and Grand Trunk.
An official of one of the roads Involved
"The Michigan Cenrl and Panhandle
were entitled to the privilege of low-er
fares In our opinion so long fta their serv
ice was curtailed by ferries. When their
service was efficient as the roads charging
$20 the three so-called 'Insurgents' claimed
they ought to have the added inducement
of low fare removed. This, our telegram
say, waa agreed to. There will be no
NEW .YORK. Dec. l.-Flnal action on
New York, to Chicago passenger rates was
taken today by the roads Interested at a
conference In th rooms of the Trunk Line
association. The Erie, the Grand Trunk
and the Wabash served notice that unless
the Pennsylvania and the New York Cen
tral abandoned the differential rates which
they have hitherto granted on the Pan
handle and the Michigan Central routes, a
rate war would be declared. The threat
was not only frank but specific, and
presaged a cut mere extreme than outlined
In Chicago dispatches.
IP YOU NEKD ANYTHING FOR your
hair or scalp YOU NEED WAVENLOCK.
Physicians recommend It. Contains no
grease does not . dye. . At druggists and
RATE ORDER IS VACATED
Comsnlsaloa ' Ratoea Bar Against Cer-
- tala Western Commodity
WASHINGTON, Doc. 1 An order was
Issued by the Interstate Commerce com
mission today vacating parts of an order
promulgated on'1 November 7 suspending
tariffs filed by road of the Western Trunk
Line association,.. If developed that In sus
pending ths tariffs as a whole certain
commodity tariffs also were suspended.
These had no relation to the original Burn
ham-Hanna-Mungsr icase and by today's
order all yafesMAOs p0,jhem Is vacated and
they bexun efctivjSHMPday, RtnowaJ.,of
tha hearing af the.ew Burnham-Hanna-Munger
case will .begin .on December. 1?.
THE NEXT BEST THING TO GROWING
new hair is to be able to save the hair you
still have. WAVENLOCK WILL SAVE
IT. At druggists. -
For Nebraska Fair.
For Iowa Fair.
Shippers' Bulletin Prepsur thlrty-slx-hour
shipments north for zero weather,
and forty-elKht-hour shipments. In other
directions from Omaha for temperatures
well below freezing.
. 7 a.
4 p. m
5 p. m
T p. m
t p. m
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Deo. 1. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period of the last thre
1H10. 1909. uos. law.
z? la 4
10 iS 10 17
18 45 14 if,
.00 .24 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha sines March L
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature jj
Deficiency for the day 14
Total exeess since March 1 7xg
Normal precipitation , 02 Inch
Deficiency for th day 02 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 IS. (fit Inches
Kxcetis since March 1 14.411 Inches
Excess for cor. period, lfluo I 7 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, n.. t.K Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M,
Station and 8tte ' - Temp. Max. Rain-
of Weather. '. 1 p. m. 'itmn. falL
Des Moines, clear .......
Dodge City, clear
L&mler, put cloudy.....
North Platte, clear
Pueblo, clear ' ,
Salt Lake City, clear .
hanta he, clear
riloux City, clear
4 58 .00
22 US .00
W it .00
4 SO .01)
SO S8 .00
84 btf. .00
24 38 .(
24 27 .00
34 40 .00
44 M .00
.S4 M .00
f 1M .00
DO 24 .00
20 34 .00
J A. . WELSH, Local Forecaster.
month. Frank Fowler of that city 1 pres
ident and Mr. Craig is one of the vice
It was formed for the purpose of bringing
Into some sort of harmony the opinion of
the experts n paving all ovur the country
o that every city could get the benefit of
the experleiire of the other. It has been
found by ilty engineer thet slthough the
conditions In every town are In som ways
unique there are certain rule that can he
laid doan In general for the proper method!,
of laying various kind of paving. Eac.i
committee uf th association 1 expected to
formulate ucli rule and to prepare also '
standards for various modifying conditions.
From trie standard information th Ind!- i
vlJ-al paving engineer can study out hi !
on problem snd modify It according to'
hi own observation.
The cominlttet-a are headed by men of
national reputation in their lines and the
fact that Omaha has two representative
on the a't'lialt committee sieaka well for
Omaha enn Intel . Mr. Craig has had long
eM rience lu dealing with various pave
i,. tuts as a blatant city nlner of Omaha
and aa bead of that departuievlw
IRON WORKERFALLS TO DEATH
rhillip Walters Instantly Killed at
New Car Power Plant.
SEMES OF SERIOUS MISHAPS
Sic tyea Injored Sine ftalldlnsr Began
Tletlm Koiv la Drlna
t'oadllloa, Other Yet
1 la Hospital.
Instant death overtook Phillip Walters,
Iron wrrker. when he fell from the top1 of
the street car power house, under con
struction at Fifth and Jones streets, yes
terday afternoon. The workman struck
the concrete floor at the basement lO feet
below, crushing his skull and breaking all
of the principal bones.
None of ths Iron workers near the place
saw how Walters slipped from th pin
nacle, but many working on the building
at lower points Saw the body drop and
crash on the floor.'
Coroner Crosby took the body and will
hold an inquest Saturday.
Strike Is Threatened.
Following the s-octdent a general strike
was threatened by the employes. Two
men, Morgan O. Jeffrie and Peter Peter
ton, resigned as they stood at th dead
man's side, while several walked away
saying they would quit as soon as-they
could get other work.
The death of Walters Is the third acci
dent at ths new structure this week and
the sixth since th building was started.
Joseph Johnson, who waa brought from
Milwaukee by the Wlsoonsln Bridge and
Iron Construction company, which I build
ing the new power houe, to work upon the
building, fell from the flrt floor to the
basement Monday afternoon. At the same
time Tuesday afternoon A. H. Lenn y0f
Benson fell through a hols in the first
floor to the bksement, breaking his left
leg and receiving a fractura of the skull.
Both men are now In St. Joseph's hos
pital, where Johnson Is tn a serious con
dition and Lenn Is said to be dying.
Men who work on the building divulged
ths Information for ths first time Thurs
day afternoon that there had been three
accidents at the place besides those which
were reported to ths police.
About three week ago a plank falling
from on of the upper floors of the struc
ture crushed th foot of one of the work
ers two floors below.
Coroner Crosby has subpoenaed several
of the iron workers to testify at ths
Walters was 82 years old. Us has a wife
and family living In Milwaukee. They were
notified of hla death. H roomed at 1918
REVISE BALLING ER REP0TR
Republican embers of Committee at
Work on Final Draft of Ma
WASHINGTON, Deo. I. The members of
the Balllnger-Plnchot Investigating commit
tee assembled in Washington today to
begin the final revision Of tb majority
report on the Ballinger Inquiry. All re
publican members of the committee, with
tho exception of Rrprentatlve Denby
of Michigan, were closeted tn the office
of Senator Nelson, chalrmart of the Joint
committee, throughout the afternoon.
Something strange that the value of
Cream of Barley as an alt-powerful health
food was not known until this past year.
BRITT.' WILL SUCCEED LAWSHE
North Carolina Man Is Appointed
Third Assistant Postmaster
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Announcement
was mads by Postmaster General Hitch
cook today of the appointment of James J.
Britt of North Carolina to be third assist
ant postmaster general, vice A. L. Lawsha,
who- resigned that offloe some time ago.
Mr. Brltt is law officer of the department
and ranking official of ths third assistant'
Piles Cared la 6 to 14 Days.
You druggist will refund money If Paxo
Ointment fulls to cure any case of Itch ng.
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6
to 14 days. 60c.
MOTCKIVTI OS1 OOfAJT TSAMSHXTS,
Port ArrlTSd. Blld. .
PLYMOt'TH Oo. Washlntton.
HAMUCRO...... Blueoher, .."
Housework 13 hard
GOLD DUST cuts house
work in half. It does all the
hard part cf tho work with
out your assistance.
GOLD DUST cleans
everything cleanable in the
home clothes, dishes, pots,
pans, floors, doors, wood
work, refrigerators,' bath
rooms, sinks, pipes, etc. It
will do better work it will
do more kinds of work than
6oap, or any other cleaner.
If you are trying to run
your home without GOLD
DUST, you are not doing
your work in the shortest,
easiest and most economical
coin nrsT t
s'H in go '?e
Snrl iarpe pact
Sjre. The large 1
prk pe otter
"Ut Ik COLD DUST TWINS do rr arerj."
Arcerican Sale Dr pes t Vb'U
r. o. stakis, risidat.
BOXII Kant for tM.oo a Tar, Or 91
t uj VbrM Mootha
1 Bonta ITth B'.re.t BCB BLI3
$50 Suits and Omcoats to Order, $25
$35 Suits and Overcoats to Order, $20
High Gral All Wool Goods -Costing up
to four dollars per yard. .
High Grade Linings and Trimming In
, eluding the bent hair cloth and canvas.
High Urnd Workmanship Every garment
will be carefully tailored to order.
Perfect Kit Guaranteed Every coat will be
carefully tried on In the bastings.
On Sale One Day Only, Saturday, Dec. 3d
IlacCarthy-Vilsoa Tailoring Co.
804-300 Houth letli SL, Near Farnam St.
CD To) TT
In contest being conducted on the streets of Omaha to
prove which is cheaper to use an auto or a horse ,
and buggy. Operating expense for 4 days' run.
' Brush Runabout -
S4S4-10 ivitlco for G1.31 3-8
Horse, and Buggy f
72 9-10 IVIlleo for
W ATCH ITFE
The Brush Sells for $405 :
We can prove to you that the total operating expense, in
cluding depreciation, is less than 2c per passenger
mile. Your business demands the purchase of a Brush
The T. G. lorthwall C&
TELS. DOUG. 1707; A-1707. 912 JONES ST.
The more you know
ibout tobacco and the
ess you care about ap-
ri -)earance ti10 tnoto you
iviu like Cobs.
Cobs come in green
9 for 15 c
"VEST POCKET EDITION "
So for packet of 9
I LEWIS CIGAR MFG. CO.. M Newark, N. J.
Th Lac 9 at Joaspnint
Civar K&ctory la th world
Allon DroQ. Co
Good Automobile Tires
at Reasonable Prices
floe, dtirshl ttrea, Diida by tn indrpes
deut rubber compKuy. itlve exeellttDt service
ud sir fta about AO per cent of tire emt. t
Notice tb tullnwlnf low prtcei: MtS $12.to,i
BOX 1J H. Vb234 IlO.im, SOtIA fIT.IMI,
;i3H tis.vo. ttii4 iw no, luui -i to,
1(1 14 $27 7U. S24 12l0, S:il4 -' 75, 8l4
.' o, an it $ m So, 84i4S 31. 7o, 8i4V,
Ui 2u, .Sili4 4.10 40. llunlop IS pr cent
six). then price. Fine Inuer tubes 13 pr
eeitt leM ttisa regular standard Hat. Uxls
r-ut atirwuare C. O. D., slluwtng examina
tion, iirt per cent dlacuuut If caah accum
patiles order, leleyrapb order pron.ptly
dllrd. State defiultely etrle bead dealred.
tAonrf refiiDded If onaatlafactory, Glv tiieia
B trial aud Juu'U Older mure.
The Ceyer Sales Company
tl Elmm Building, Dayton, Ohio.
Do you have to brush your :
shoulders . after combing your
t Uaodruif iteuiuvr I
liegular treatment every week
or two by your barber will keep
your head clean.
gusrts. 40c- Pint', 'ilc. If delivertJ.
60c- mil 3uc We Imvs IiI so nmny tuin
lur our own ti.uk of Hirlilly 1 ule Ici--(.icllAM,
Um ejuii'ieU our-olvii to
fuinls'i ss at'u.e like hnii'X u roll
IUi ym Yoti m 111 fliul tt 'teil'-ioj.
Mtrss-sar-ov baua to.,
iolu sua lamau ti.eet.
-i . vol
- Y Co TUT
AT tms SraM or tn Rt Aanew"
Oppaeata ths Post Offics
Room wituout Bath, 41.0S aa UM
With Bath tl.M saet up. .. ...
1518 Douglas St.
Candy Special lor Satiirdsy
Chocolate Creams,- regular 25o
kind, jr pound : ' . . 18c
AUCIENEitfl, .,, .
mbtY ; -1 --
Tonlfht and Bat. 500 Bat at S1.00
BX. slat, at Popular Vrloss
EESSY WOODBVrr XV IHB BOKCI
comfdt tub owira
Baa. BatU Wa. kUUait Wdaay
A.XEI.AIIa THTJBSTOIf in
"Miaat AMAKIAB" .
Tuesday, Deo. 0th, at 4 p. I
MM B. Z.IBA
Mat. Svsry Day, HIS. Bvsry MUrht, Sill
Top O" Th' World lancers. Bird Mill
man and Her Wlr Artists. Covington
at Wilbur, liowiuan liroa, Irsns lluw
ley, Kraiis Trio, Lem I'ut, Klnodrom;
Orpheuin Cot.oert Orchestra
rrlcss Matin 10 and ilia
ijut ..... 10c fie and boo .
aapportsd t)T aa Iitaiiant Company,
tLooity toudy, LiDt rauitetLiC
'tiill' -Wt.JL.lt. '-A-atB fc'jUTrf to A el.
Trices ISO, Sic, SOS rw at T6s
Toaifht 8 (IS. Matiass Bataraay
THREE VEEK3 -
uvxuax vum tour aits. 11.
Oilll ! TVm CTittB" '
41. Bttirri AMO SIS EAUTT BFOW
IXlV4fU-A D VAi;Oli'Vli.i,t
Andy texrls ar d a Baby bull Uaonn.
jLnui.a' u.ui Matiuee every Win ia
Kst. Siiibt Ileo. a, Oulr, aidlta wer.et
htoch Co. ia till Oirl r :uu but Yuuder.
t-un. W. itobi ' KiilcBerbovkei.'
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