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THE BEE: OMAHA. FKIDAV. DKCEMBEK P. 1m.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
see Boot rrloi IV
. ut.i fcsmps Burtass-Oranaea 3o.
se Tout mutiny to the Tlmea'
aiehart riiotographr. lull KerB.
r. J. Cretdon loai Co.l.
Elfhlanders to Zleot Tti Royal tflgli
.andrr. Kprtirllffn mtle. So. 4d, will hold
'U flivtlon of nfflwrs Friday evening
even per eent on your money guaran-trefl-
i:uo to $2,000. any length of time
from six months up. Hasting! & Hey-d'-n.
114 Harney street.
ealt Khuiil.l h. tand to
provide for olj af: a eavlne account
with the iNch. Pavings & Loan Asan wilt
itsrtyou right. 1605 Karnani . of T. Hhlf.
Employer's Liable for Accidents
Juries alwaya my ao. whether negligent
or not. lt Creigh. r.ahlrtge A 'o. write
your llahillty Insurance. 'I'hone Doug
Two Divorces Granted Pivorrea as fol
lows were granted In the equity division
of the dMrtct rourt Thumday: Uertrude
HcConnell nitalnnt Arthur Met 'onnell,
diaries V. .Shook againat Mary Bhook.
Omaha Bubber Co., H. Sprkgue.
prealdont." I'M Harney street. "Just
around the corner." "Only first quality"
ruhbera retailed at our store. Automobile
acc ssorlea. "Let us equp your auto."
Keep all your life Insuranra policies,
rotr-s, contracts, dede, etc.. In the buKr.'nr
and fireproof vaults of the Omaha Safe
Deposit and Trust Company A private
safe for 13.00 a year. Street entrance 1014
Use mnibrlok is having a holiday sals
of her Chinese embroideries, carved ivory,
beautiful necklaces, mandarin coats. Jade
and cloisonne, porcelain, etc., second
floor, Wead building, 18th and Farnam.
tost Brooch Boon round A. diamond
nd pearl brooch of considerable va'ue lost
In the millinery department of the Brandels
store hy J.;... J. K. Hoquet was restored to
her In less than one hour, when it was
found by O. kunsdell, assistant manager.
Man Badly Cut acd Tin.d Mannla
Moore, badly disfigured with a cut across
the fare, was aentenced to fifteen days and
Kd Black, the man charged with attacking
him, waa discharged in police court Thurs
day morning. Ajcording to ths evidence
Moore had brought about the affray that
anded In his disfigurement at 1110 Daven
port street several days ago.
Ola Club meets Offioers Ths newly
organised Young Men's Christian associa
tion Glee club of twenty selected singers
met In the library of the association build
ing last night and after rehearsal sleeted
oficers. Those chosen are: President, Mr.
Nor all; vice president, Ir. King; secretary,
Mr. Chapman; treasurer. Mr. Evans;
librarian, Mr. Pfelffer; executive commit
tee, Mr. Soule, Mr. Reynolds, Dr. King;
musical director, Dee G. Kratx.
Seventh to the Orient The Seventh cav
alry at Fort Riley, Kan., la to be relieved
from duty under the Department of the
Missouri to report to the commanding gen
eral of the Department of California at
Han Francisco In time to embark on trans
ports February 8. Troops E and F of the
cavalry wilt remain behind until May 6.
This order was given out this week by
Brigadier General Smith under the provi
sions of general orders of the War de
partment. Brown Is Warned Joe Brown, the
youth who was sentenced Wednesday to
thirty daya in jail on the charge of having
assaulted and robbed Jacob Adomovloh last
Thursday, obtained an appeal bond In the
sum of 1100 Thursday morning. Judge
Crawford threatened the' defendant with a
long sentence If he ever was brought
Into court again. Adamovitch suffered se
vere outs about the eyes and face and had
to be taken to St. Joseph's' hospital as
the result ef the aaaault.
PIPES ON THE POULTRY SHOWiClerk Girl Writes
Press Agrmt of Fcathm Exposition
Meets Reporter Crew.
EXUDES OVERHEATED IDEAS
hower f arlnilllatlna; Conceptions
Falls na Varrall e Minds
Dreamer 4s Handed Some
"Wonder you wouldn't print something
about the poultry show for me." com- f
plained the publicity ent of the greatest;
poultry and pet stock show In the country. ;
He sptK to several newspaper men who
were assembled In the reading room of the
Commercial club doing their best to live,
up to the city editor's delusion that they j
spend all their time reading magaitnes.
"We have not had a line since lat
night." romplalned further the press agent.
"Here'a a good one for yihi:
"They're agoing to build the biggest In
ruhator In the world under the staw of the
Audltoilum. all of brick; It will hatch out
20,ivi chb ks In a single night snd
"You can drop In an egg and get a piece
of fried chicken out of this kiln of yours.
I suppose," Suggested one unfeeling news
"Aw. this Is on the level."
Honalrr Rldea on Hampers.
"About as true as that one of yours
last year when you had the rooster riding
In on the bumpers of a freight car to aee
"Or that one recently about the rooster
with brains who operates the feed hopper
himself" this from another reporter.
W. A. Campbell Joined the group. "Here's
a true chicken story you can really use,"
aald he. "I buy a couple of doien eggs
every week guaranteed to be plucked from
the egg tree as soon , as they bud. Now,
last night 1 left a box containing six of
thene In a drawer In my desk; clean forgot
'em. When I entered the office this morn
ing 1 heard a strange, faint noise In the
desk. I opened the drawer and there were
four little white, fluffy chickens which had
Just burst out of the ahell. Don't believe
It? Well, come in and I'll show you the
Inn Mara Quarrel.
The press agent, now In a hurt frame of
mind, arose with an air of disdain. "Here's
the greatest poultry show ever was com
ing off next week and we can't get a line
in, at least not more than a column a day.
Where's your your clvlo pride? Loosen up
and print something tonight. If you won t
stand for the greatest Incubator tn the
world, how about one on the quarrel be
tween the two premier hens because one
had a bigger dressing room I mean hen
coop than the other? Give It a sort of
stage atmosphere like two stars quarreling.
Wont fall for that? Well. then. I thought
of one about the police, hearing of some
aports trying to bring a lot of game cocka
and arranging a main on the side; ex
hibltora at the show doing this of their
own notion, you understand, and not really
hooking up the poultry ahow too thick
with It, but mentioning the show, ot
Field Club Votes
for Higher Dues
Amendment Are Endorsed by Votei
at Annual Election Some
All the proposed amendments to ths con
stitution of the Omaha Field club car
'led at the election held Wednesday. As
a result the membership will be enlarged
and the dues will be raised. -
At the annual meeting held In the even
ing at the Commercial club, a number Of
members came expecting to vote then and
there upon these amendments. They had
thought that the election during the day
was only for new officers. Consequently
-wihen Uiey found they had lost their
chance to vote on the new amendments
they felt aggrieved, and some were dis
posed to criticise the officers, asserting
that the official circular did not make
clear that besides for officers, votes were
to be cast at the Burlington office for or
against the amendments.
The rule of electing officers by the board
of directors does not apply until next
year. The officers chosen Wednesday un
der the old system of general membership
vote were these:
President, Dr. William H. Sherraden; vice
president, L. D. Carrier; treasurer, Phillip
l'otter; secretary, Jack Hughes.
The following were elected trustees:
Pamuel Caldwell, George Haverstlck, J. B.
Undaey and C. A. Goes.
an Appreciation of
Early Shopping Move
Worker Thanks The Bee for Cam
paign in Behalf of Store
Results are eomlng from The ilee's cam
paign for early Christmas shopping. c
cord'ng to statements of department store
proprietors, and the visible evidence of
crowds In the ehopa early In the day. Other
evidence comes In aletter to The Pee from a
clerk expressing on behalf of herself and her
fellow workers appreciation of the efforts
to make shoppers get at It at once. This
letter, which Is written by Miss A. 8. Mlse
ner of the Ilrandels stores. Is as follows:
OMAHA. December 7. 1910 The Omaha
Hee: In behalf of the many clerks who
have profited by The Tree's campaign for
early Christmas shopping and who will
profit even more In the coming weeks, I
wish to write a word of appreciation and of
Already large early morning shoppln
crowds give evidence that the seed sown
by The Hee has bom fruit, and even If
the rush the week before Christmas seems
as great as ever to sou! and bodv
racked tradespeople, yet we shall know
that It would have been much worse If
the newspapers had not urged people to
'buy them early." "
"No one knows so well as we, who have
the stocks under our eyes, how much of
an advantage the early purchaser has over
the dilatory one, and buying "presents now
can be taken as merely enlightened self
interest. It has been said before, but
should be said again and again, that those
who will come In before 10 a. m. ran get
more time and attention from clerks who,
be they ever so willing, cannot devote
great space of time to many people later
In the day.
"The crowds this year are as large as
ever before-, larger they seem, though one
cannot judge accurately who stays In one
place In a store, and It Is evident that the
rent of this week and the first few days
of next week are the advantageous times
to shop. Dut In the early morning hours.
"In closing, let me Join others In saying:
flluy them early! Sincerely yours,
If "A. 8. M1SENER." .
ANY TOWN MAY HAVE SEALS
So Inclination to Withhold Seals from
BIO FIRMS OFFER THEIR AID
Services for Late Treasurer of BeeJ
Company at All Saints' Church
, . " -
The funeral of George B. Tsschuck, late
treasurer of The Bee Publishing company.
Is to bs held at All Saints', church Satur
day afternoon at i o'clock. The body will
be placed in a receiving vault at Forest
Dawn cemetery until the return of the
family from Europe.
Mr. Tsschuck, who with her daughter.
Ruth Marie, has been abroad since Sep
tember, was notified of her husTnd's
death here by cable. Mrs. Tsschuck Is n
MIXED UP FAMILY FUSS
SETTLED OUT Of COURT
to Form Association
Preliminary Meeting; is Held and a
General Meeting Called for
A dusen alumni of the University of Ne
braska met at luncheon at the Commercial
club to take preliminary steps toward the
organisation of an active alumni aasocla
' tlon. It was not the purpose to organise
such an association at this meetitng. but
to get a committee working which will call
a big meeting. Organization and election
of officers will be left entirely to the gen
eral meeting. Active spirits In the scheme
are Amos Thomas. Alvln F. Johnson,
Harry A. Tukey and Robert Gant, among
Tlomeraas 1) It ere rases Called
sif All Matters Happily
INSURANCE POLICY IN DANGER
Poor Family Aboat tm I.oee Its Pro
tertloa fur Want ot Oaly
The Associated Chamlea. officers are
a&king aid for a family In the south side
which has been trying for yeare to keep
up a small Insurance policy. The policy
was taken out as a protection for the six
children and the payments amount to only
40 cents a week. They are now S3 50 In
arrears snd t& would cover ths whole
amount until after the first of the year,
when trie father will be able to make up
the difference. The amount la amall. but
the family la In desperate need of money,
and thla amount seems to be more than It
Wednesday was the biggest day Id the
history of the Associated Charities. There
were forty-four caaea cared for by the
Omaha offlca and sixteen by the South
Onaha branch. Five workers were Busy
la the two cttles all day long.
War-betwsen Katherine M. Blackett and
Minnie Watson Blackett over Walter L,.
Blackett waa ended In the district court
Thursday morning when Katherine M.
Blaokett dismissed her 115,000 damage ac
tion against Minnie Matson Blackett for
alienation of her husband's affections. On
the heels of her dismissal she filed a peti
tion for divorce against her husband. Mr.
Blackett will not oontest the action.
The two actions taken by Mrs. Blackett,
who fotthe saks of convenience. Is called
Mrs. Blacket No. 1, mark the end of a long
battle full of legal snarls. 1
In December. IMS. Walter L. Blackett
secured a decree of divorce from Katherine
M. Blackett. In July, almost as soon
as the six months' prohibition of his re
marriage had expired, Mr. Blackett mar
ried Mrs. Blackett No. 2, Minnie MaUon
After Mr. Blackrtt's remarriage, Mrs.
Blackett No. 1 went Into district court and.
on a showiijg that she was not properly
served with notice of Mr. Blackett's di
vorce suit secured from Judge EstelT? ao
order setting aside the decree awarded Mr.
Blackett. The aettlng aside of the decree
rendered Blackett's second marriage In
Mrs. Blackett No. 1 commenced sn ac
tion for damages against Mrs. Blackett No.
1 The case was to have gone to trial in
the district court this week.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Blackett No.
1 proposed terms of settlement, which were
accepted by Mrs. Blackett No. I. The re
sult waa the dismissal of the alienation
suit and the commencement of the divorce
action by Mrs. Blackett No. 1. All the par.
ties refuse to say how much Mrs. Blackett
No. I paid Mrs. Blackett No. 1 In settle
ment. All parties, however, appear to be
Brawny Young Man
Can Beg, ''Genius"
Forbids Real Work
Aspiring; Pugilist Atks Charities to
Send His Aged Mother Sup
ply of Fuel.
According to the definition of Bernard
Bhaw. a genius Is a man who will sacrifice
his friends and family and himself to the
cause of art. One of this breed, a real,
life-size one, has been discovered In South
Omaha. The gods smiled upon his youth,
blessed Mm with gifts of divine Inspira
tion, touched his brow with the ambrosial
scent of asphodel, and all that sort of
He appeared In the office of the Asso
ciated Charities In South Omaha a radiant
be'ng, exuding personality.
"I want to see about getting coal from
the charities for my mother," he explained
In a condescending way. "She's pretty
poor, you know, and I think you ought to
be able to do something for her. Living
In a two-room shack with no fuel Is rather
hard on an old woman."
The attendant looked him over. Ills
shoulders were unusually broad and mus
cular, his neck strong and his figure stocky
"You look like a rather good specimen
of manhood," said she, as If changing the
The msn swelled an Inch or two, "I am,"
he said, "that's my business."
"Tou look strong enough to work," con
tinued the attendant, "can't you let me
get you a job shoveling coal?"
The face of the "genius" clouded with
rage and shame.
"Me ahovel coal? Why, madame, I am
built for a prise fighter; look at me, see
thoee shoulders, look at them biceps, look
at 'em. I am ambitious. Some day my
name shall be known everywhere. I have
played ball for money, but never could I
do anything else except my profession.
Shovel coal should say not!"
He stalked out. leaving the charity
worker crushed and crestfallen.
eal Mill Be old In ie Theaters
ne Concern Offers to Hay
apace la the Street (ara to
There Is no town 111 the state of Nebraska
that will not be welcomed Jf Its citlsens
wlnh to Join In the crusade for the anti
tuberculosis society and sell red cross seals.
Home of the smaller towns have been mak
ing inquiries under the Impression that only
certain places are to be designated as de
pots for the seals. Any town ran have
them to sell and any responsible person
anywhere can get all he wants and more to
The management of the Orpheum and
Brandels theat.rs have consented to use
the seals on their, programs for at least
one performance and a booth will be es
tubllshed In the lobby of the Brandels.
The secretary wants a girl who cannot be
realsted to offer herself as sales agent
for this Important post.
The Fred Krug Brewing company has
offered to purchase space In the street cars
for 2fi0 cards which will be displayed until
All the help that can be offered Is still
urgently needed as the orders are not be
ing kept up to dato and there are many
chances to soil the seals that cannot be
taken advantage of because there is no
one to take care of them.
NEW ORCHARD TRACT TO
OPEN IN BIG HORN BASIN
Flynn Answers He
Has No More Money
Tells Commercial Club that Bnsine.'s
Men Should Afk Legislature
The Commercial club has asked tb street
romnVssoner for definite Information as
to the possibility of keeping the streets
cleaned off during the snowy weather.
"The answer Is very simple." snld Mr.
Flynn. "We have only a few hundred dol
lars and we cannot promise snvthlng In
the way of clean streets. The thing to do
Is not to complain now. but to go to the
leg slature before It Is too late and see
that we are glvrn a chance to get more
money. I can't gt It myself, but the
business men could If they would."
Company la Orwanlaed to Develop
l.arae Section ar the
Town of Worland.
WORLAND, Wjo., bee. (Special.)
"fh people of Worland are much elated
over the organisation of the Buffalo Basin
Development company, which filed articles
of Ir.-; -poratlon at Chayenne this week for
a eotrpawy with a capital stock of $3,125,000.
The organisers of this company have hud
engineers surveying this project almost
continuously the last two years, and that
they have found a feasible plan to Irrigate
this very desirable tract adjoining Wor
land on the west Is apparent by the or
ganisation of the pew company. The new
company proposes to Irrigate approxi
mately 150.000 acres of choice bench lands
west of Worland and a large portion of
these lands are considered more valuable
for apple lands than for the growing of
any other crops. All of the territory has
proved to be good alfalfa territory and the
very choicest potato and small grain land.
It Is thought the action of this company
will materially aid Worland to become a
county-seat town In the near future.
Remember that when your kidneys are
affected your iifo In la Jamcr. I.
Mayer, Rochester, N. Y., says. "My
trouble started with a sharp ahooling
pain over my back which, crew -worse
dully. I felt slugghiti and tired, my
kidney action was Irregular and in
frequent. I, started using Foioy Kidney
Pills. Each dose seemed to pit new life
and strength Into me, and now 1 am
completely cured and feel better and
stronger than for years. Sold by all druggists.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
L,. Jacobs, connected with the Oayety
theater, has been called to Providence,
K. I., by the serious Illness ot his nt?ther.
Don't Rub the Life
Outof Your Clothes
A Life Sentence '
of suffering with lung and throat trouble
Is quickly commuted by Dr. King's New
Discovery. 60c and $1.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
GOULD DIETZ BUYS OLD FARM
renres the Old Joel Griffin Farm
Lying? West nf llanapona
The Joel (Irlftin farm which contains
valuable groves of black walnut, horse
chestnut and other trees, has been bought
by Gould Diets for $10 000. The property
includes thirty acres with the home of the
pioneer who settled upon H In 1S54. The
property starts at Forty-second and Grover
streets. Mr. Diets buys the land as an In
vestment, although he may build himself
a summer home there. He owns an ad
joining etghty-acre tract.
A Simple Safesrnard for Moikere.
Mrs. D. Gllkeaon, $$$ Ingles Ave..
Toungstown. Ohio, gained wladom by ex
perience. "Wy little girl had a severe cold
snd coughed almost continuously. My
sister recommended Foley's Honey and
Tar. The first dose I gave her relieved
the Inflainatlen la her throat and after
using only one bottle her throat and lungs
were entirely free from Inflammation.
Since then I always keep a bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar In the bouse."
Accept no substitutes. Sold by all druggists.
HEALTH OF SOLDIERS
IN PHILIPPINES BETTER
Report Skews that the Death Rate
la Decreasing; at a Rapid
That the health and sanitary conditions
among the soldiers In the Philippines are
Improving at a fast rate la shown by the
annual report sent In recently to the War
department from Major General William
P. Duvall, In command at Manila.
The death rate among the soldiers, ac
cording to a copy of the report received
at the headquarters of the Department of
the Missouri, has decreased in the last
year from S per cent to 4 per oent.
The amelioration of conditions Is ac
counted for by the major general by the
strict enforcement of sanitary rules. The
report contains a tacit appeal for the re
turn of the canteen, the lack of which. It
Is declared, Is responsible for a large ma
jority of v the oourts-martlal, which the
major general declares, are the result, la
most cases, of the soldiers buying highly
intoxicating liquor from the natives. It la
also asserted that these liquors are very
The conditions can still be Improved, the
reports says, by the erection of new build
ings, which has been Impossible because
of political conditions which havo obtained
since the annexation of the Philippine Islands.
Do you eat Cream ot Barley,
nourishing food on earth?
Bigger, Better Busier That Is what
advertising .n The Bee will do for your
We Examine and Correct
All Eye Defects.
Uitesia Optict! Co., '
11 kocta ISth Street.
Sprinkle a little GOLD
DUST in the water, and let
the GOLD DUST Twins
do all the hard part of the
task. GOLD DUST starts
to dissolve and lather the
moment it strikes the water;
it starts to cleanse the
moment it comes in contact
with the garment. It in
stantly softens the hardest
water, saves rubbing, 6aves
wear and tear on clothes, and
does most of the work with
out your assistance.
Use GOLD DUST next
wash day, and have whiter,
6weeter, cleaner clothes, with
half the effort and in half
rwtot cse $on.
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Missouri Pacific Hnllroad company,
Twentieth and l?oyd, frame office, I.
Most people who visit
our store for the first time
are surprised at the mod
erateness of our prices.
The fact is we carry the
best line of low priced
jewelry, silverware and
novelties in America.
We like to have out-of-town
people visit us to
let us show them around
and inspect our various
offerings. When you are
in Chicago come in and
see us. You will be under
no obligations to buy and
we can offer you sugges
tions of unusual value.
Send today for Pea
cock's free Shopping
Guide. Especially if you
do not intend to come to
Chicago, for we can show
you the advantages of ordering;
from us by mail. This is an
exquisite book, specially pub
lished for our out-of-town trade.
Peacock' koril silver Pollah It lor nle
la row dly 2 Sc. 50c u4 1 Sc paclure
C. D. Peacock
Importers, Diamond Merchants, Jeweler,
Stat at Adams St,
Will Santa Claus bring your
boy nothing but toys and candy or
will he brine something prac
tical and useful T A Hoys' Suit or
Ovr-rcoM makes a lsatlng gift and an ac
ceptable one provided, of ronrso, that it's,
a stylish, handsome and comfortable "Ne
braska" boy's garment. ask you to ik
our splendid line of new grays, browns and
dark mixtures; In suits for boys of 5 to 17
years. Overcoats for boys of 3 to 12 years.
We consider these
Exceptional Values in
Xmas Suits and Over
coats at $2.95
For a little more we are
offcriup; a line of Boys' Suits and
Overcoats In stylish, up-to-date shades and
patterns, of splendid fabrics and superior
making. Suits are new modfls, elies, S to IT
yeare. The Ovexcoats are In "Military," Con
vertible" and Regular models; sixes, 8 to i
Extra Special Boys'
Suits and Overcoats
ytfgT.iiniiM 1 1 ,Aini.ii.ii.i.'. r-"
"THK HOUSE OK HIGH MEH1T"
F II F 5 d a
Through Sleeping Car leaves Chicago at 9:05 P. M.
Arrives Jacksonville early second morning, via
Choice of many routes going and returning.
Dining Car for all meals.
Tlokvt and full Information on application to your
Local Agent or to
j. a. wn.i.EBaA.jrDS,
aa3-4-o city nan ank & .il-f5t Warran J. Lynch
Oen. Isee. Agent
Most women who Unit
or crochet use the Fleisher
All of these women, at one time, had
to TRY the Fleisher Yarns had to believe
what we said about them had to take a
little "risk." But every time they have used
yarnc since, they have been rewarded. They
have saved time, skill and money. They
have obtained more beautiful and longer
If you are one of the few who do riot
use the Fleisher Yarns TRY them NOW.
Then you will know how well your gar
ments CAN be made.
THE LATEST STYLES IN
KNITTING AND CROCIIETIYG
k IsnasanM sid laexpeasive Satae.
nre Is one of the most han&soma
of the season's new models in bubiea'
sacquea, and ponneitses the additional
merit of being one of the most easily
When you need yarns buy FLEISHER'S there's a
yarn for every use. You can do so with absolute confi
dence, for they are guaranteed. Every skein bears the
trade-mark ticket. Look for it. If it isn't there hand
back the yarn and insist on a skein properly ticketed.
C Mail this Coupon to S. B. B. W. FLEISHER, Philadelphia 9
And ws will send you PREB
a sample card of the Flcitber
Yars and alia tell jrea how
to obtaia a copy at
FWIebef's SI sitting' and
The heavy effect of tha trimming
gives au unusual richness and is
produced by merely carrying a doubla
thread; one of color and one of white.
It is made of Fleinher's Shetlund
Zephyr a yarn particularly suited
this class of work light.dainty, strong.
Full directions for making this anil
many other aevr and staple artic les
may be fouiid in the new (eighth)editioa
of Htink4r' Knitting and Crocheting
Manual, an invaluable handbook for
beginner and expert. Contains a com
plete course of instruction in the vari
ous stitches and is the only authorita
tive guide to fashion is articles mada
of yarns. 1
f tV ifVZk
to all the boys and girls and the
older ones, too, is the dearest wish
of tririr frifnrl .nntn filmic tJz
Saturday I open Toy and
Fairyland in Hay dens big south
room and want to meet all mv
friends, big and little. I've a nice gift ready for ever tot who comes with mamma,
papa or any grown person and lts f pleasant surprises fr the big folks. Come early,
prepared for a fine time among the toys and dolls the biggest and best stock in Omaha.
Meet me at Haydcn's Saturday. SANTA CLAUS.
Hayden Bros, join in this special invitation. Every effort has been expended to make our opening
day display the most complete, the most beautiful, mot desirable and, withall, mont moderately priced of
any we've ever made. Bring the children early and avoid the cruh incident to later hours of the day and
evening. 1IAYDKX BROS.
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