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THE CONFLICT. Hy David Graham
Phillips. ZM Pp. $1.30. D. Appleton & Co.
A city In tlx middle wept furnishes the
setting for tlx story, the theme of which
involves the rivalries and personalities
of different leaders who are engaged In
furthering political reform. The heroine
Is the daughter of a wealthy "capitalist
boss," She is attracted by the labor
leader, the son of a carpenter, who op
poses her father's political ambitions. C'lr
cumstances bring about a declaration
from her of her love for this man; but
he. although sharing her passion, over
comes tho temptation. expliUns to her
that their missions are too far apart for
them to be happy together, and they
VIROIXTA OP TTIF, KlTOOEPIANS. Hy
Cynthia Stockley. 274 Pp. f 1.25. Dana Estes
The scene of this story Is laid In South
Africa. The heroine is most charming and
alluring, and the book Is clever, yet tho
reader feels none of the lure of the east.
The atmosphere is that described by Kip
ling, when he says that east of Suez
there are no ten commandments.
THE HEART OF A WOMAN. Bv Bar
oness Orczy. 321 Pp. $1.20. Hoddea &
The story of the mystery of a ta!cab,
which goes from one amazing sensation
to another. There are no loose ends in
the narrative, and the Interest Is main
tained throughout the book.
Yankee millionaire vie with each other
for the property. But when success looms
hlg the Irishman must need fail In love
with the cafe man's daughter. And then
troubleand fun begins.
SUCH A WOMAN. By Owen and Lit
Kildare. 814 Pp. S1.35. U. W. Dillingham
The story of how one earnest man
started a mission In the wretchedest Quar
ter of the east side and of tho methods he
took to overcome the Indifference, the
pride, the caste enmity which mot him
wherever he turned. Time, patience, much
hard work and constant, loving thought
were at last successful and his "Wayside
Inn" became all that he had hoped It
would be and bo far broke down the bar
riers of caste that he himself finally
found his helpmeet in one of those he
methods keep her family out of gloom
and the reader In conxlunt amusement.
STROKE OAR. By
2tn Pp. $1.60. Charles
DR. DAVID. By Marjorle Benton
Cooke. ?C3 Pp. A. C. McClurg & Co.,
When the strong personality of 'Dr.
David Porter comes Into the Jndcd so
ciety atmosphere of Nanette Brandon,
wife of Philip Brandon, business m:in,
the render feels, and rightly, that some
thing la going to happen. How tho good
doctor and a good woman, "serenity."
change the whole course of life of this
married couple and others as well, is
skillfully wrought out In Ihe way one
wishes It accomplished.
DIVIDING WATERS. By I. A. R.
iWylle. 3K4 Pp. 11.20. Bobbs-Merrlll com
pany. The story of a young Encllsh plrl mar
ried to a German army officer makos the
book thoroughly lnter?stlng. The char
acters are alive, and beneath the ro
mantic Interest there la constantly pres
ent the author's aim the reconciliation
of English and Germans, to the end that
International peace may be observed.
DESMOND ROT'RKE, IRISHMAN. By
John Hoalctte. 323 Pp. $1.30. D. Apple
ton & Co.
An adventurous Irishman devises a
plan to sell an Imaginary sllwr mine in
Martinique. His scheme Is clever, his
personality baffling; a cafe owner and a
FOUR BOT8 IN TH13 YOSEMITF- By
Everett T, Tomiinson. 405 Pp. $1.60.
Uuthrop Lee & Shepard company.
A story of the experiences of four boys
who are ppending their vacation In the
place called by some travelers the most
Impressive and wonderful In tfle world.
In the story are adventures, mountain
clIlHblng, explorations, coaching, and ex
citing experiences among the tremendous
crags and cliffs.
The historical element Is not lacking.
How the valley was discovered and by
whom, how it was taken from the Yorem
ite Indians, the coming of the 4'Jers,
and much about gold mining, are all
Incorporated in the tale.
MARCIA OF THE LITTLE HOME. By
Emily Calvin Blake. $1.2t. V. Appleton
Mart-la, little mother to a large anfl
poverty stricken family, Is a creature to
capture hearts and to hold them. Hei
childish implshness, her cheerv disposi
tion, her lovely manners and original
The stroke of the "varsity" crew shang
haied in the middle of the college year
through an accident, gors through soma
remarkable and highly entertaining ad
ventures on board a filibustering nteamer
nnd a sailing vessel that end with his
rowing In the great boat race at New
London. The hero Is a first rate fellow,
and his mistakes and his triumphs make
a breety mid exeifins story from start
THE WRECKING MASTER. By Ralph
D. Paine. 185 Pp. $1.2i. Charles Hcrlb
The two sons of rival wreckers, who
are In a race to .rescue a big stearnor
which has gone ashore In a peculiar man
ner on a Florida reef, have adventures
as novel as thoy ore exciting. There is
a sharp contest of Hktll, courave, and
stratagems, and thillllns fights with men
nnd with storms.
THE INDIAN BOOK. By Wllllftm
John Hopkins. 23'J Pp. $1.25. Houghton
A collection of Indian stories that will
be a delight to everv healthy minded boy
and girl. Mr. Hopkins has basod his
narrative mainly upon Catlln'a great In
dian book, but hus retold them In his
own charming and magnetic way. The
book as a whole will give children a
complete, picturesque, and at tlx same
time true idea of the manners and cus
toms of the American Indian.
Big Wild-Flower Club and the Little
Wild-Flower Club, and other entertain
ing matters of Interest to youngsters of
THE UNMANNERLY TIGER AND
OTHER KOREAN TALER llv William
Elliott Grlffis. 155 Pp. $1. Thomas Y.
How many of us ever heard before of
Tokgabl, the house brownie, and his
wonderful pranks? Or of tho Impolite
tiger, who gives tils name In the book,
and his dealings with the holy man? Or
of magpies who build bridges, nr of the
rabbit t who outwitted the tiger ami the
terraplnf Tlx tales of these creatures
are curious enough, but even more' inter
esting and amusing are the love affairs
of the earthworm, Mr. Wum. nnd his
brldj Miss Thousand Legs; of Miss Mole,
whom Daddy Mole wishes to mate with
the Sun; and of the frog who married
the most beautiful girl In Korei.
PRUE S PERRY TIMES. By Amy
Brooks. ZZ 1'p. $L Lothrop, Lee & 6hep
This Is the fourth volume of "Prue
books," and In this book Is the center
of a group of very lively children, and
the fun element Is constant, both at home
and on Prue's memorable visit to Boston
with her dear older sister, Randy, the
heroine of Miss Brook's popular "Randy
HAPPY CHILDREN. By
Pratt. 157 Pp. $1. Thomas Y.
Eight little short stories telling of Elsie
and tier "surprise" Christmas, of the
"Doll's Sifter" and the amusing and
amazing things which happened to her,
of Gretchen Hall and how he took a
nestful of bird to church one Sunday,
tf the picnic of the Kit-Cat Class, of the
HELEN GRANT'S HARVFST YEAR.
By Amanda M. Douglas. 412 Pp. $1.25.
Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co.
Ninth volume of "Helen Grant's books."
This volume sees the realisation of
Helen's promised trip abroad, taken tinder
very pleasant circumstances. She returns
to her duties as teacher to reap the rich
results of devoted work for others. With
her usual fitness for a "career" she finds
It a hard problem to surrender to a pos
sibly humble domestic sphere with the
young clergyman, to whom she has
pledged herself, but In the end his manli
ness wins and doubts are forever dispelled.
RAILROADMEN ARE TO
TESTIFY IN CHICAGO
United Ftate Marhal Hayes has' served
a eummons upon every local freight agent
In the employ of railroads In Omaha to
appear before the federal grand Jury In
Chicago or November 18 to testify In re
gard to shipments of meat, produce, etc.,
from Omaha to Chicago. These men are
to bring with them records nnd state
ments showing Just how great the traffic
is between Omapa and Chicago.
The men summoned are; C. r. Hnens,
Burlington; J. C. Chlsan, Oreat Western;
F. A. Nash, Milwaukee: .1. E. Utt, Rock
Island; H. G. Powell. Illinois Central; C.
A. Wager, Missouri Pacific; 8. F. Miller.
Northwestern; E. II. Wood. Union Pa-
clfle, and O. M Entrlkln of the Wabash
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In this lot you will find all the latest styles and finishes in piano manufacture
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it will bo a pleasure for us to show you our most beautiful assortment of high-grade,
We also have on hand a few slightly used Player Pianos that will bo sacrificed in
Mueller $ 98.00
Vose & Sons $120.00
Chick ering $140.00
Camp & Co $120.00
PERCY HAD FONDNESS
FOR ALL COSMETICf
Percy I Oray, a clean looking younp
fellow, who for months 1ms traveled In
good society and paid cxcIuhIvb titten
tlons to one young woman, has confessed
his guilt of larceny on ballen before
Judge liKtclle. Sentence was (luforrcd
a week. Gray said ho did not know
why he committed the crime.
The young man was employed ax "pick
up" order clerk by Allen lVvis. Co.
When customers ordered merchandise
the company did not hove In stock It
was his duty to go out and purchaso It,
having It charged to the company. He
bought JTi6. 60 worth of merchandise and
appropriated It. hiding It In a trunk. Bo
vurled Is the assortment thnt It appears
Gray did not operate with the Intelligence
of a rascal. It Includes Scott's Emulsion,
Cutlcura soap, ax candles, cigars, a
few hairpins and other merchandUe.
The case would have been a simple oni
had the young man secured merchandise
which readily could bo disposed of fo.
cash; but County Attorney English say
Gray is a puzsle. lie never tried to sell
any of the stuff.
Sahlin Perfect Form
and Corset Combined
We Art Gi
$1.50 to $3.00
Mall Order Freasatly rtllesl.
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Swedish Singing Society Commemorates Death of Gustavus II
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A festival In commemoration of the
death of Guttavus Adolphus II ot
Sweden, who fell In the bau! of Lutien.
November 6, 16Si. djrlng the progress of
the thirty years of war with Germany,
u conducted Thursday evening la
Washington hall by the Kordi-n Bluging
society and the Vlklnf Mthtary band.
A fiitur. of the ever.lng' entertain
ment was a series of three tableaux
songs, acted and sung by thirty mem
bers of the society. One tableaux was
a si i ne in a German i:in:;o, where an
evening sentry paced back and forth
before encampment. In another scene
the king uddioses tils soldiers and of
fers a prayer. The last scene was en
titled "The King of Sweden Is Dead."
An address was delivered by Emit
Muerllng, editor of the 1'ustan, on the
life of the Bwedirh king, and a violin
Solo was jlytd by 1'iof. Kisnk Hath
Following the program there was a re
ceptlon. at which coffee was serve J. (
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The Bee Building
On account of changes perfecting tho entrance,
the elevatora, the lighting und interior decora
tions. The outward nppeuranco could not bo
improved, but the location is growing better
and bettor every day. Think of the advantages
of having an offico in a building that is known,
where your clients can easily find you, and
every convenience is at your service, then ask
us to show you tho available epaco. You may
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Light, Janitor service, heat and water aro all included
in the rental price of the office.
Room 440 Ditectly opposite the new Court llouie facing Farnam 8L
Our front offices are much In demand on aivount ut the prominent
location. Tlila room is WHxlS feet In Uo, und la eubdivlaeJ
wltn Hume 4ii.il gluaa lurUHou, glvlug two otflces In ono. Kenta!
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Uccai aao Is a choice corner office having a north and west exposure,
making tills space auiuctive ut any cuou or the tear, on account
or goud liiilit and teiittiuiluu. will urruiige thie space, lkxit,
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tint protection lor wluabt.s.
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r.cciu G40 Is a small well arranged room feeing 17tn street, bavlr.g
spleodld light and veritliaUun. The site wf tuout la kl-a.
I'.ent, per iuoi.iu 91S-0
feoom 418 Has a south and west exposure which makes a well lighted
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for this space which Is Very cheap rout, considering loo lion and
all convenience furuiaaeU by '1 be Uee liuiiding. 1'nce per
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